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HOUSEWIVES 0 N
In all parts of the United, States
there is a fight being carried on to
make the people live more economic
ally. It is said that the American
woman is most extravagant and that
she often pnds and wastes more?
when she thinks that the is saving.
A gie.at man) ol the housewives
watch the bargains and pay small
prices for articles that should be ex
pensive. Woollen goods for instance
never should tt bought at a bargain
counter for the many processes that
the pure wool is put through before
il is rtady for the market make it ex
pensive and it is only the imitation
that can be purchased for a small
price. It is much better to pay a
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- r HOUSE OF HONOLULU.
: Quality, value and proper and courteous treatment have been the
- factors which have made us "The Dinnerware House of Honolulu."
The enreful selection of patterns and shapes of our open-stock
- yinnerware tias' added materially to the' success of our China Depart
ment. Herewith few exceptional values:
'Sr . $?-50 '
n for a' 50 piece set, American semi-porcelain, white with gold spray
for a SO-plece set English semi-porcelain, famous Clue Willow design.
for a , 100-plece set,' German China,
W. W. DIHONO & CO., LTD.,
-. 53-57 KNG STREET
"The Ideal ShorteIling,,
. Ute CALIFENE in making
Fancv Cakes Pastries
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For Sale By
larger , rice for Household goods
a.;l hae them lam a reasonable
length of time than to have to re
plenish the supply several times a
ytar. It has been found that the
Arnerican housewife in her mania for
cnap articles needs a larger pocket
Look than she would if she were will
ing to pay a greater price in the be
Opportunities are offered the women
in Honolulu as well as in other parts
cf t!e United States to study house
hold economics in order that they
may have an irita of real economy.
Anyone who has studied the fibers
and the procesres they have to go
through will readily understand the
advantage this knowledge gives them.
I ii- the colleges students are shown
l.f.w practi'-al tests of samples may
l.e made at nome. So many women
ignorant of this subject enter a store
and depend upon th? knowledge of the
clvfc who has perhaps no more knowl
edge than tluy have. A clerk may
think herrelf tT.at an article is all
wool or all fills, whichever it is sup
posed to re. In the course in the Col
lege cf Hawaii tests are made of every
material that is put on the market and
tne students are shown how to desig
nate between the real and the sham.
Another way in which the American
housewives are (aid to be extrava
gant, is that they do not always desig
nate between luxuries and necessi
ties, in- America there are many
people who up to a few years ago did
not know what a banana was like,
'now 'statitticB show that nearly fif
teen million dollars a year are spent
in taking the tropical fruit to Ameri
ca. To Jlonolu'ans the banana is
neither p. r.eci fFity nor a luxury, but
to these who have not lived in the
tropics it is placed in the formet
class. A great deal more money is
cnsuimd in food now than in former
In wearing apparel, too. the Ameri
can woman is very extravagant Some
time ago only the wives of the
wealthy men were able to afford silk
ilressfs nnd silk underwear while now
nearly every working girl possesses at
'east che silk petticcat and many of
them wear vilk hosiery all of the
time. In fact the wearing of silk
pink spray decoration with gold
Cost of your
and all general cooking
C A I lEENE " made of fat ol
VilLiriLlli tained from peciaUy
selected cattle and absolutely
pure, refined vegetable oiL
There is no purer, more whole
some food substance. Made
under the watchful eyes of U.S.
government inspectors by the
Western Meat Co
SAN FRANCISCO, U. S. A.
hosiery Las become so common that
I some of the most snobbish of the
.society women will not wear anything
lut the lyie threau because they wish
to be different from the girls who
have to earn their own living.
Our grandmotners and mothers
looked upon music as a much-desired
luxury' and only the wealthiest girls
were able to afford piano lessons.
Now nearly every small girl takes les
sons. Perhaps the parents deny
themselves necessities so thar the
daughters may have music, for It is
thought now that without some
knowledge of music a girl is almost
m m As a result of his experience the win-
AYESHA AND NOTED MODEL !S5VSS.rS.le u Z
ARE ONE AND THE SAME ab,e to retain his swimmin pw.
. I "Kahanamoku, known as the "duke
"Ayesba," said to be the greatest of Walkiki." a resort near Honolulu,
hypnotist in the world, and Lenore lias been Practicing hard for partici
White, the greatest model the world aton jn tne Australian champion
ever knew, are the same; This fact sniP8 40(1 with several companions
alone should create a sensation In Ho- was 6inK through the daiiy exercise
nolulu, fcr there are hundreds here ln tne wafr when today's misfortune
who have teen this remarkable woman came.
depicted on canvas in America and ' "Kahanamoku's friends in the water
Europe and in the frescoing of the fa- were paddling about in ail directions
mous Diamond Palace in San Francis- ana" dil1 nt notice his disappearance
co. It was Edward Tojetti, the cele- beneath the surface until cries from
brated Italian artist, who discovered fehe aroused them. Then they
her when she was yet a school-girl searched the surface with eager gaze
and since then she has posed in the for hundreds of yards about and socp
at teller of Jerome in Paris and was were diving in desperate efforts to
the subject of several of Sir Philip locate the champion.
Burne-Jones pictures. It was not for' "After the "duke" had been under
her figure alone though considered fu,lv two minutes his companions
symmetrically perfect but for her noticed a furious churning of th va
splendid intellect, her knowledge of ter lifty yards from them, where the
art and her histrionic ability, that aid- depth Is at least ten feet Suddenly
ed her greatly in giving expression to one of the swimmer's legs shot up
the character to be portrayed in the from below and was kicked about in
picture. Among the masterpieces for the air, indicating that the youth wa3
which Ayesha posed are Henri's "Cleo- struggling desperately to release him
patra", Moretti's "Autumn Leaves", self.
Solomon's "Spirit of the Wave" andi "While the other swimmers were
"The Temptress", all pictures of great dashing towards the spot with power
reputation. Ayesha's career is a re- ful overhand strokes, the leg, after a
markable one and her experiences are final kick, was dragged clear beneath
thrilling to the extreme. While in Mo- the surface again, and the churning
rocco she so influenced the youthful of the water continued,
sovereign Azez that he adopted many Chokes Eel to Death,
western ways. "Just as the swimmers reached the
Ayesha's performances are excep- ' scene Kahanamoku came to the sur
tionally clever. She not only handles lace, gasped for breath and then sank
her subjects in a scientific way but is again. His friends dived, brought
never at a loss in the most extreme him up and dashed for shore, where
emergency. She is constantly on the ne was revived. One of the party got
alert and proves herself mistress of the body of the eel, which the 'duke
her art. We. know the power. to hyp-" had choked to death. , It was the larg
notize exists and we know that Ayesha ' est ever seen in these, waters.
I3 the greatest hypnotist before the) "Kahanamoku was in a very weak
public and the Empire should be condition tonight. It was not known
crowded to the doors qn Monday night
A (3 RAVE OFFENSE.
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 prep&ra
tions which can be instrumental
health and happiness or detrimental le'ris la a regular concert! though many
antl injurious, and ft is a depjorabte pi -Uiem. have ( peeped agtf'th''ra
fact thatpeotT"at sdmetifcfes per dbVc at the Young: ant listened to the
suaded to accept a substitute for sweet strains waftefl YhVoueh' 'the
i Scott's Emulsionwnen taose recom
menaing sucn suDStuuies Know the those who had the price. Ernest Js
difference, but for their mercenary ncw playing the part of philanthropist
profit, disregard or ignore the conse- tud is gojng to give the voungstrs a
quences of their act , 1 ctance to hear him and his company
The popularity of the curative ben- of exCeIlent ministrel sogers In, con
efits of Scott s Emulsion has Inspired cert at m 0Pera house tomorrow aft
many imitations, most of which con- ernoon t two o'clock.' without money
fain alcohol, wines or opiates to please or rf ,t is t'0 be & conc'ert ag
the palate and stimulate the spirits, faT as tne newBboy8 are " concern!,
but physicians everywhere Insist on MO1 ,.tt,a mor,hQn rovfnv a tiat
the purity and wholesomeness of
Scott's Emulsion, knowing that It
contains only pure wholesome cod liv
er oil, made palatable and predigested
by-sclentlfic process in sunlit, sanitary
Benefit of the
Army Relief Society
FEBRUARY 19, 1913
from 2 to 6 o'clock.
Under the Patronage of the Ladies of
the Coast Artillery Corps.
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE
J. C. Axtcll,
Anton Stange & Bro.,
German eohfecionery and fancy bakery
Pound, citkon, currant, coffee, sponge
and fruitXcakes, home-made choc
olate candies and German
1183 Alakea, nr. Beretania. Phone 3793
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
nia and New York: NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Draw
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.,
HONOLULU, Phone 1846.
I'Duke Kahanamoku, World
Champ on Swimmer, Grazes
Death Says Headline in New
: Orleans Picayune
j I'nder a special dispatch line the
New Orleans Picayune, of Jan. 1:$.
prints the following highly artistic
"In a desperate battle with a giant
eel ten feet below the surface of the
ccean "Duke" Kahanamoku. world's
champion swimmer at short distances,
had a narrow escape from death at
his practice grounds near here today.
He killed the eel, and in doing so lost
, the index finger from his right hand.
whether he will be able to compete in
any of the spring or sufpner matches.
NEWSBOYS wIlL BE
GUESTS OF KAAI
Several hundred neVsboys In Hono-
lulu have never heard the Kaai sing-
cloors as they were opined 'tb admit
at the office of the Star-Bulletin and It
is intended that only a newsboy will be
permitted to enter on that ticket; no
shenanigan or doubling up so that any
one not entitled will have a chance at
There will be a regular concert and
hula by the Kaai'c Saturday evening
beginning at eight o'clock. The pro
gram of music will ba entirely differ
ent from that presented on Wednesday
night. As usual the place should be
crowded; the company never appears
to empty seats because the public en
joys hearing Hawaiian music as it is
rendered by the troubadours. Tne
hula will, of course be an attractioa
that none can well withstand. It was
p. feature at the entertainment on
VVednetday and will ba tomorrow night
Tickets are obtainable at the rooms of
the Promotion Committee in the
At the Promotion Committee rooms
for the musical comedy. "The Tour
ist," which will be at the opera house
the 19th, 20th and 21st of the month.
Telephone 2345. advertisement.
Six persons were killed and five
fatally wounded on the Brisbane Ex
press which crashed into the wreck of
a cattle train near Murphy's Creek.
Experienced night watchman wants
position. Best references. Address
"C. L.." this office. .,470-lm.
College .Hills home ol John W. Gil
irore, contains 4 bedrooms and bath
upstairs; and the usual apartments,
including study, downstairs. Beauti
ful view cf the mountains. Serv
ants' quarters, garage and poultry
yard-complete. The house is open
for inspection and further informa
tion may be obtained on the prem
ises. 2290 Kamehameha Ave.
bedroom furnished bungalow, rent
540. Applv l."34 Magazine .t.
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Delivers any part city. k-5357-ly
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14
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Orig'nat Lecture illustrated
with up-to-date colored s.lldes
and motion pictures. v
Box plan at
Reserved. Seats . .75c and $1.00 '
Troubadours an d
Children ........ V: 2ac
No Hufa at Matinee.
Night ..r0c, 75c, U.00
Seats at Promotion Committee Rooms
, Young Building '
Teal's Company Plays It at the
'GET THE HAPPY HABIT
AND GO TONIGHT'
10, 20 and 20 Cents.
Chorus Girls' Contest
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thieatened to arrest ail charlatans at
such functions an,l lenand pajment
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tend meetlnr of local todxsa. .
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meets la their ball oa '
Kiax Bt, bw Fort.
tTery Friday re&lx.
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Beneficial ! At cordially la--Association
fr'Tlted to attend. - ' '
If mis attTT 2ad and 4th Catsr
fTTday tenlni at 7:53 o'docl la
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attend. ' '.
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The cows . that furnish oar
milk are. regularly inspected by
the Territorial Veterinarian 'and
not allowed to remain In our
producing dairies unless In per
fect physical condition. If yoa
could" see one oC our milch
herds at pasture: If yon could
witness the care obserred at
milking time to preserve perfect'
cleanliness, you would realize
that the milk we deliver Is cloaa
milk from healthy cows.
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