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iniNui.ri.r stai: im i.i.ktin. F,mi.Y. n:i:. n.
Fights Giant Eel
In Ocean Depths
I" I-::!:- of Hie l'':itd Stat"s
thr- :s a f:pht 'i:.r. ( nri.'.l on ?"
make the people live niore ee. ;on:ie-a"-
U is $a id that the Amerea'i
v.c isiiiii is pi's; extravagant ami tra'
he of'trr. ;-nd and wastes nr re
when ?ho thinks that ! i-
A r'at Many ot r n I;'; iscv. iv s
wai'-h fh- bargain-, and pay miail
prices for article: that s-houH ! c.
iM iisivo. Woollen fcoods for in ;;;iic -ii-vct
plvMild b bony hi a' a Lai-aiu
counter for the many pror.ss.s taat
the pure wool is put t! i-.jiiu!) lu f ov
it is ready lor the ;ii:n'v i make it .
pei.Mw and it jp only ihc imitation
that can be purchased for a n:all
price, it is much better to pay a
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D INN ER W AR E
, HOUSE OF HONOLULU.
Quality, value and proper and courteous treatment have been the
factor which have made ut "The Dinnerware House of Honolulu."
The cireful selection of "patterns and shapes of our open-stock
dinnerware has added materially to the success of our China Depart
ment. Herewith few exceptional values:
for a SO piece set, American semi-porcelain, white with gold spray
and edging. v .
for a 50 pices set English semi-porcelain, famous Blue Willow design.
for 100-piece set, German China, pink spray decoration with gold
W. W. DIMOND & CO., LTD.,
53-57 KING STREET
"The Ideal Shortening,,
For Sale By
:( for Household yoods
t ': m iaM a r a.- .liable
lii'i- than to have to re
;i supply several time a
lias been found that the
housewife in her mania lor
i)ai) articles needs a larger poeket
look t;,ar: she would if the wore wili
ii.i. to pay a srea'cr price in the be-j-'.'inins.
r or: iiiii;
: i '). !u !l
i. s are offered the women
as '.. !l as in ot h-r parts
i ''' s f '. si Kfly house
: .( i'i ( nl'T t hat t hey
n id a f t r a! eonomy.
ay hi ,
; v mi- w 'i. i
!' hfid.'-i! th-- fibers
ami tin- pror sj-tn. ft.-y have to go
I , M
'.sill I'a'iilv iiuflerstand the
::(. lno l. ('m- yis ihem.
t!i" collryeji itiileiits ar" Fhown
v pra M'a.l t!i (f aiir,ils may
tiiiM'e at t:f ine. So manv women
i:-iiorant f rii.s nibjf;t enter a store
a;'d depend up":i th knowledge of the
c ' 1 1 tv has ;,erha)s no more knowl-e..L-e
i'k-m tln !.a.--. A rlerk may
iai.il, hi"it ."at ai article is all
v. ? ! or ail !!.. vv!;jf h v-r it is spp
Ikmi! io 1 e. iii 'he c urKo in the Col
li ye of Hawaii tests are made of every
mierial that is rut on the market and
tne students ae : hcvn how to desig
nate between the real and the shain.
Anoth( r way w whicii t!'e American
ii iusewives are raid to be extrava
f;:itii, i- that the)" d; net sjways desig
nale I'ftveiri luxuries and necessi
ties. Amnka there are many
pt ople v. ho i.D to a fr -,v years ago did
n know vhat a baraaa was like,
n v. i tati; tir rh'-w that nearly fif
Ueii million dollars a year are spent
ir takii.g th- tropical fruit to Ameri
a. To Ueuoitilaus tne banana is
Mther a ii.e::fiy nor a luxury, but
to thepp h;io ':ave not livd in the
trrrpui, it i:; plac(d in the formci
!ars. A .'.'reaf dca! more money is
e-'i.M:raed i:i foi-d now thaa in former
In wiarini; apparel, Im, (he Ameri
can woman i:; vet y e.tra agant. Some
time aso only the wives of the
wealthy men wore al IS to afford silk
drcFt cs and t iik underwear While now
nearly every working girl possesses at
cast one uilk petticoat ?.r.d many of
them wear rilk hosiery all of the
time. In fact the wearing of silk
larger , ,
:."d t a .
plelli. il !
Am i aan
Cost of your
by the use of
Use CALIFENE in making
Fancy Cakes Pastries
and all general cooking
ViLirilli tained from specially
selected cattle and absolutely
pure, refined vegetable oil
There is no purer, more whole
some food substance. Made
under the watchful eyts of U.S.
government inspectors by the
Western Meat Co
SAN FRANCISCO, U. S. A.
h' ':; I:a.. I.e. .tie so eo::in:0i that
so:n,' jt rhe most snobbish (i tl.e
society w.'T!.. ii r,t i wtar t I:i.l'
l.i:t Cie i;- tl.reau i((;-.':-e llie w,;t
to be liiif. r't. from "ie yirls. w lio
h-;e to ea-;: 'i:--ir o.' i; !i iiip.
Our yra:alir.ot.i rs and moth rf
looked up. n mus.ic aa a much-dsired
luxury and only, the wealthiest yirls
re a! to afionl piano lemons.
Now nearly every r.tnall tirl tak' s les
sons IVvhaps the parftrs deny
theinsel'.-es necessities so Tlia: the
daughtiis may have music, for it is
tiiouyht row that without some
knowledge of music a girl is. almost
AYESHA AND "NOTED MODEL
ARE ONE ANDTHE SAME
"Ayesha," said to be the greatest
hypnotist m the world, and Ignore
White, the greatest model the world
e.r knew, are tin same. This fact
alone should c reate a sensation in Ho
nolulu, f,,.- t.. v. an hi,: deeds here
who have this remai-k::'.le woman
depicted on canvas in America and
Europe- and in the frescoing of the fa
mous Diamond Palace in San Francis
co. It , was Edward Tojetti, the cele
brated Italian artist, who discovered
her when she was yt a sciioobgirl
and since then she has jio'-ed in the
attelier of Jerome in Paris and was
the subject of several of Sir Philip
IJiirne-Jones' pictures. It was not for
her rigtire a:i.n -- though considered
symmcttically perfect but for her
splendid intellect, her knowledge of
art and hoi- histrionic ability, that aid
ed her great l in giving expression io
the character to be portrayed in the
picture. Among --the masterpieces for
which Ayesha posed arc Henri's "Cleo
patra', Morettis "Autumn Leaves".
Solomon's "Spirit of the Wave" and
"The Temptress", all pictures of great
reputation. Ayesha's career is a re
markable one and her experiences are
thrilling to the extreme. While in Mo
rocco she so influenced the youthful
sovereign Azez that he adopted many
Ayesha's performances are excep
tionally clever. She not only handles
her subjects in a scientific way but is
never at a loss in the most extreme
emergency. She is constantly on the
alert aud proves herself mistress of
her art. We know tfie power to hyp
notize exists and we know that Ayesha
is the greatest hypnotist before the
public and the Empire should be
crowded to the doors on Monday night.
A (J HAVE 0FFEXSE.
If there is anything in the world
that should be made of the choicest
ingredients and with the utmost scien
tific skill, it is our medicinal prepara-
tions which can be instrumental for
health and happiness or detrimental
and injurious and it is a deplorable
fact that people i-ar .oinetfme -' p$r-'
suaded to accept a substitute for
1 Scott's Emulsion when those recom
mending such substitutes know the
difference, but for their mercenary
profit, disregard or ignore the conse
quences of their act. j
The popularity of the curative ben
efits of Scott's Emulsion has inspired
maby imitations, most of which con
tain alcohol, wines or opiates to please
the palate and stimulate the spirits,
but physicians everywhere insist on
the purity and wholesomeness of
Scott's Emulsion, knowing that it
contains only pure wholesome cod liv
er oil. made palatable and predigested
by scientific process in sunlit, sanitary
Benefit of the
Army Relief Society
FEBRUARY 19, 1913
from 2 to 6 o'clock.
I'mlcr the Patronage of the Ladies of
the Coast Artillery Corps.
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE
J. C. Axtell,
Anton Stange & Bro.,
German confectionery and fancy bakery
Pound, citron, currant, coffee, sponge
and fruit cakes, home-made choc
olate candies and German
rv e bread
1183 Alakea, nr. Beretania. Phcne 3793
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
nia and New York: NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses, Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
leases. Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.,
HONOLULU, Phone 1846.
'Duke Kahanarnoku. Wcrki;
Champ on Swimmer. Grazes
Death,' Says Headline in New
Orleans Picayune i
Pr.der ; i.d d. .;..!, ; ,.
-New Ore-,, us i n avtii .. ,, .;,, 'v
pr;,4i ttu I'liKd a iuii hiiiiy aitis!..
"1:1 !.-jiera 1 . ; t ' t v 1 1 1 1 a u:a:H
e'el 1 1 ii t beb-.v. 'lie v.irlace- ei the
e i an 'liiki- ' Kal.ana ''lok;;. ;,'.
hampien s a iaime r a;
; o ; t i . i ' a ; . i
i:ad a narrow est a;o 1:0:11 dea'lt a.
his. or;-' tice roni:ils near h. re t.-tia;. .
lie killed the e. 1. and in doi,u s lo-:
the index tinuer from 1 is rii,' hanu.
As a reslill of Ills eXp-TieHee ii.e win
ner ot chief atiia;ie Honors at :iie
Olympic games 'a.-i ar may be mi
able to re tain l:s sw rvPM'ig .h) :
"Kahuuatrok'i, known a? ihe M tXc
f Waikiki." a resort near i!omo!i;i-i.
;ias le 11 nr;,( t i ing haul fr part.ei
;a' te.11 m the Australian eiiar:iuon
ships, and with several -m:anic-ns
was goiii-; tbre.u!;!; ;! dai.v ejX'r i.-e
in the waier wh ii loday's mi-;i'ot'Ju:ie
"Kaliam'.'t'okw's mb. 1:1 the- wa'er
were paltiiiii:: aho.ii ::i ail iii.ieimr.s
and d' i not notice Io--; di ap.ie.u an e
beneath the si.rlae e- nniii ei i-s fmr.'
shore arei.s;l ii. :,'. lie.", !,ey
stale iieti 1 he surlae- 1 ' i 1 eater ga.e
fer Inu.el 1 e'os di iiiriis aooui and soon
were diving in desperate eilo.is 10
locale the champion.
"Alter the "duke'' had been i,-;-
fully two mim:t;'S bis eoa'panion
i.oMeed a furious ( hiunin-; cl 1.: .. ,i
Icr tifty yards tn-m them, where i,:"
depth is at least ten bet. Sud d"i 1
one of tiu swimtuer's lens slue tip.
lrom below and was kicked about fci
the air, indicating that the youth was
struggling desperately to release him
self. "While the other swimmers .were
dashing towards the spoi wit!, power
ful overhand strokes, the leg, alier a
final kick, was dragge'd clear beneath
the surface again, and the churning
cf the water continued.
Chokes Eel to Death.
"Just as the swimmers reacheel the
scene Kahanarnoku came to the sur
lace. gasped for breath and th-n sank
again. His friends dived, brought
him up and dashed for shore, where
he was revived. One of the party got
the body of the eel,, which the 'duke;'
had choked to death. It was the larg
est ever seen in these waters.
"Kahanarnoku was in a very weak
condition tonight. It was not known
Whether he will be able to compete in
any of the spring or summer matches.
NEWSBOYS WILL BE
GUESTS OF KAAI
S2veral hundred newsboys in Hono
lulu have never heard tne Kaai sing
era In a regular concert though many
c4 them havepeepeil rpy!eb.tb 3, .win,-.
aowi ai me loung anutn.sieneu to me
sv,eet strains wafted through the
tloors as they were opened, to admit
those who had the price. Ernest is
new playing the par? of philanthropist;
r lid is going to give the youngste.o a
c ranee to hear him and hi? company
of excellent mihistrel singers in con
cert at the opera house tomorrow aft
ernoon at two o'clock, .yvilhout money
or pric. It is to be a free concert as
f;.! as the newsboys are concernr!.
each little merchant receiving a ticke
at the office of th? St .r-Pulletin and it
is intended that only a newsboy will be
permitted to enter on that ticket; no
shenanigan or doubling ;ip so that an- -one
not entitled will have a chance at
There will be 'l.jvsular ( oii' ri t an I
hula by the Kaai"; -Sat ..rday evenin;
beginning at eight o ' look. The juo-gri-m
of music will 0? entirely differ
ent from that presented on YYedne: driy
night. As usual the place should 1k
crowded; the eompnuV never appears
ro empty seats b?eause the ptiblie m
joys hearing Hawaiian music is it is
rendered by the inv.ibadovi T.i"
l.ula will, of course be an att : f.et io.i
tint none can well withstand. !t w o;
; featur-" at the entertainment on
Wed ne: day and will b tomorrow nif;!.
Tickets are obtainable at the room.- or
tbf Promotion Commit ee i;i t:i'.
At the Promotion Committee r-mtns
for the musical comedy. "The Tour
ist." which, will be at the opera houe
the l!th, L'Oth and -'1st ot th" month.
Telephone L':j .--advertisement.
Six persons were kill"'! and five
fatallv woumit'd j'i th F.risban t;
it ss which cn-slied inlo 'he vvi--k o:
a "attle train near .Murphv's ('; c;
:peiien-d niah.t v.awtiman wani-.!
jiosi'ion. P.est f"fer"nc. Addfc?a
"C. L ." thi of: ice. .'ITo-lm.
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trorc. -.r.'a;i: -l urootr.- aii'i I'.i'h J
iucliuiii.t: s'inl. :! ii-'a' ' . f.-'.i;: .-j
Ii,! i w of :"io':i!aii;s. S. rv-,
an's' quart, rs. u a race and poultry
van! ooriipl.-t.-. T'i- lious.- i-- "p.'U
f.ir ii.sp.'i n au'i r'urtlior ii.i'ormr
tioii obtain. (i 011 'l.o pro.::-:
isps. 22'.'" Knao hainrha Ar. ;
"tre rr k TfTl a
be.irooin !'u: liish.l lniNsaloiv, r.?'
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-4 7 ' -1 f .
S. Ilarada. Paunhi and Fort; Tel. 302.
Drlivors any part tit y. k-fi:?57-ly
Tho only baking powtlc
nwdoircm Royal Crapo
Cream of Tartar
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY '4
Original Lecture illustrated
with up-to-date colored siide
and motion pictures. f
Box p'an at
Reserved Seats... 75c end $1.00
Hawaiian Opera House
Matinee and Night
Troubadours an d
No Hula at tylatinee.
Night "''(. T.".e. $1,110
Seats at Pro-no-ion Committee Rooms
Teal's Ccirpany Pij3 It at the
"GET THE HAPPY HABIT
AND CO TONIGHT"
10. 20 r.r.d ?Q Cents.
Chorus Girls' Contest
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver u right the
ttomacb and boweU are right.
gently but firm 'y cora-j
pel a lazy hver to
do its duty.
Headache, aad Distress after Eating.
Small Pill. Small Dote. Small Pries
Genu 1116 must bear IKlt 11 !'6
r nil ku
M M I fc " w a
a.r : a. i ii - i
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there is nothing to be gained
by experimenting with a substi
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Almost any color to
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tume. Black, White, Gold,
Pink and Blue Satin, with
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$6.00 & $6.50
Come and see these.
Some of them will fasci
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word for :t, but investi
gate for yourself."
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1051 Fort St., Phone 1782
Only tabliahmant mn th lla
quipped to do Dry Cleaning.
CHEMICAL ENCINES AND
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trrrrtinz will fx appn-clatpd.
Mi's-a-.N-s ir clHin-rj la hip at sea
nc-j'hod ii to -! tn oYlork wr)
nitrlil. Rinir 1"7I and )ur me
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"Everything in Books"
So'i'f v is ; n oii.-f - fc )t . vrystal
tiii" i:i !..?: io'i 'aa? '! f;re ,nv
i i '.itc:; -I ' a. sr ..II . hariat .ns at
, i 'i i . , i ; .ii - .1 m I ; i . .'...-n '
of. a ' i ' i n ' :. ' ; i ' ' " s.
IIoroIqIh romnuwderj ; In-
la II:: Hub.
ILiriuony ( liNpttr Ne. I, i). E.
AM .vlsitl&g mmbffi of th
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetloita of local lodTs.
HCXOLULC LOD(JK, 111, B. P. Ik E.
.lioaohilu txxlgt). No.
,516, a P. o. Elka,
mets in t&eir ball, on
King St.. near Fort.
, eery Friday venln.
Visiting Brothers .aro
rordl&liy tarUm! to at
tend. A. R M UK PUT. II B.
. IL DUNSIICG. Sec
Meet oa lh 2nd
and 4tn 'Mock
month fat Kl'P
' HU. 7:30 p. m.
Members of th
alar!A! EnalneafV r . ... 'AssocUtlont,
Beneficial are cordially ln
Aaaoclatlon Tiled td attend. '
WMl MeKllfLEY LODGE. 0. 8,
' ' ;" ' K. ef V. : '
Meets ereiy 2nd and 4th Bator
day evening at 7:30 o'clock la
X. Of P- Hall, cor. Fort -and
Beretania, -.". Visltlna , brothers
ordfally Invited to attend
: A. IL AHREN3, a C
L. B. REEVES, K. IL 3,
10K0LLTU LODGE HO. 8f, v
L 0. 0. 2L
111 noeet la Odd Fellows' , hnCdlot.
rort street, near King, tvsry rriday
renlng at 7:30 o'cJoct. ; " ' s
VlsiUcf brothers odrdially . larlted
'AMBItOSR J. WlRTZ,"DlcUtor. .
, JAMES W. Ll-OTD. Secretarj.
MEETING . NOTICE."
OahU LOCLS9, l. XK
i OYT, rwUS meet la the
roof erarden. Odd Fel
lows- Bldg.. first and
third Tuesday at nait
oast seven o. m. 'V-'
GEO. W, PATY. Chlt Temnlar.
The rov3 tha furniKh our
milk are regularly inspected by
the Territorial Veterinarian and
not allowed to remain in our
produc inK dairies unless In per
feci .physical condition. If you
could ?ee one of o.ir milch
herrta at pasture: if you could
witness the care observed at
milkitiK time to reserve perfect
cbatiliru'ss. you would realize
that tho milk we deliver ts clean
milk' from healthy cows.