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BRAVE, MY, AND
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KINQ Or ALL OAHU
Was Husband of Four Wives,
Yet Ruled Kingdom Liber-
. ally in Days of Old
Ac the romance of Lonoikamakahiki
and KaikllanV Ms queenis the motif
for tfi Haiailan pageant tomorrow,
CarniTal g6rs will And It of Interest
to reaH the following account of Kaku
Mhewa, moi or king of Oahu, at whose
court the reconciliation of the king
and queen of Hawaii takes place.
v Fornander says of him, Kakuhihewa
was not only one of the great kings of
Oahu. b;Ut was also celebrated through
out the.island group for all the prince
ly qualities that formed the beau ideal
of a. hisht born chief in those days.
He was born at Kukaniloko, the
place consecrated by the tabu of Li
loe. Forty-eight chiefs of highest rank
were present at the birth of the new
born chief, and the two. sacred drums
"Opuka" and "Hawea" announced the
august event ta the multitude.
' During his youth Kakuhihewa was
instructed in alt the sciences and ac
complishments known to his people,
and such' as were becoming to a chief
tain of his Yank and expectations.
Waa Taught by Masters.
. Spear exereises of various kinds,
j single-stick, stone throwing, the use
Oi the sling ana javeun, anu tne
knowledge of martial tactics were
taught to him by a number of masters
who skill is said to have been so great
that they could hit the smallest bird
or Insect at long distances.
'i. When Kakuhihewa succeeded his
father as king, of Oahu, his first care
was to reunite the divided empire of
the island. . ,
The, legends speak in glowing terms
of the prosperity, the splendor and
the glory of Kakuhihewa's reign. Mild,
1 After George A. (Bert) Bower had
returned to the territorial prison yes
terdav afternoon under the influence
;of liqnor, the executive committee of
prisoners, organned under Hign
Sheriff Jarretfs administration and
ith liis encouragement, held a meet
ing and of Its own initiative ejected
Bower from the committee. He had
been a member for some time.
"'"This is the action of the prisoners
to show their resentment of the fact
that Bower and another prisoner, a
man named McGowan, aner oeing ai
towea tHe freedom of the city on tem
porary parole yesterday, broke iaitn
With the high sheriff.
Thirty nrlsoners . all of whom had
on places aa 'trustles.eTe -yestetf
day allowed to come uptown to see
the military and auto parades': All
except two". Bower and McGowatf, re
turned to jail promptly and none. tooK
a drink, the ' high sheriff "reports.
Bower and McGowan came back about
1 o'clock. Bower plainly had been
f Tn "addition to beine dismissed from
the prison executive committee, cow
er will be disciplined X? the" jail offi
cials; 4 Sheriff Jarrett has" instituted
an honor "system with much success.
and the large majority of prisoners
are just as anxloOB as Jail officials to
have all the men keep faith. i
BoWer has. f haired In a number of
cases as a notorious character.
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IS iw. CENT
j et efflcient lB his government, he saw
peace prevail, over his island, while
agriculture and fishing furnished his
people food in great abundance. Pop
nlatioo and wealth increased amazing
ly, and the cheerful, liberal and pleasure-loving
Kakuhihewa attracted to
his court the bravest and wisest, as
well as the most brilliant and frivolous
among the aristocracy of the other
Versed In Ancient Lore.
Brave, gay and luxurious, versed in
all the lore of the ancients of his land,
a practical statesman, yet passionate
ly fond of the pleasures of the day,
wealthy and honored, Kakuhihewa
made his court the Paris of the group,
and the noblest epitaph to his mem
ory is the sobriquet bestowed on this
island by the common and spontan
eous consensus of posterity Oahu-a-Kakuhihewa."
Kakuhihewa had Tour wives, ivaea-a-ka-lana,
Koaekea, Kahamaluihi, and
Kaea-a-ka-Iana was queen of the
northwestern part of Oahu. and by her
he had two sons and a daughter.
Koaekea. high chief ess of Puna, bore
him one son.
Kahamaluihi was a princess royal or
Kauai. It is said that the sands be
tween Waimea and Makawell were
tabu to all but. her, and that she was
Instrumental inV establishing the "Ka-pu-moe,"
which . compelled all persons
on penalty of death to prostrate them
selves before a high chief when he
Kaakaulanl, princess of Maui, bore
the king one. son. "Poohoolewa 1 ka
la" was her tabu, which means that
no ray of the sun was ever allowed to
shine upon her head, and whenever
she went out by day, attendants car
ried palm leaves to shield her from
Don't miss it! Visit the magnificently, situarted, strictly up-to-date
It fa thought that at the next ses
aion 6t Congress there will be another
citation for a 1-cent letter rate. In
the meantime you may enjoy some of
that delicious orange -Blossom
Panoche, Chocolates and Bonbons that
arrived by the good ship Manoa.
Honolulu. Drug Co.. Odd Fellows
Buildine. Fort street. "The Store
with the Yellow Front Adv.
HARK! THE DIPS ARE
HERE; ONE IS IN JAIL;
M'DUFFIE URGES CARE
Keep your "hand on your pocket
Look! The dips are here.
Honolulu itself without pride boasts
some'of the best there are, several lo
cal Filipinos being capable of feats
that would shame Fagatfs school. But
ctlfers who live by picking pockets
have come from the mainland for the
Carnival and among them are men be
lieved to rank even higher in their
profession than our local celebrities.
' Monday night deteetives took one
p'tnan', a Filipino, named C. K. Abria, as
he was trying to remove a wallet from
a man's pocket in Aala Park. Abria is
now m Jail, pending trial.
r OKiof Arthur MrFhiffip has a eniwlsii
Let&tt of detectives on duty watching
for pickpockets. The. detectives are.
In fact, on duty nearly all the time
mow But the dips work : so quickly,
and always in a crowd, that it is not
easy to round them all up in a day or
two. ? The best protectioa is to can
fully watch yout1 own valuables.
EACH LEADER TO
HAVE CHARGE OF
trrtv. Af tho ftvft bandmasters whose
musicians take part in the massed con
cert of the 1st, 2nd and 25th Infan
tries, the 4th Cavalry, and the 1st
Field ArtiHery bands at Moiliili Field
will lead a numDer loniguu
iiKf Toinhonn ohpf musician Of
the 2nd Infantry, will have the distinc
tion of conducting one of his own se
lections in the first number, "The
Soldier Man." Tne secona numuer,
"Atlantis " is the composition of Band-
c.rMnoir nnast Artillery,
Whose evening. cocjerts atthe capitoi
grounds are attracting so much atten
tion among Carnival goers, y
Bandmaster jaapr uuuiwi6,
who leads the second number. Is from
the 4th Cavalry; J. Feltrinelli is rrom
Tni(w t; fClnz is the 2oth
Infantry leader, and John Brinley 13
the leader of tne ist fieiu Anu.cj
Band. The program follows:
MarchThe Soldier Man ...Jacobson
overture Hungarian Comedy ... . . ,
- v ..Keler Bela
y ill. ToKnhonn rhndUCting)
nil . v v nww -
Suite Atlantis, the Lost Continent -
(i) Noctifrne' and Morning Hymn of
Praise. ( 2 A Court Function. .
Love Thee" (The Prince and Aana).
(4) The Destruction oi Auanus.
v (Mr. Grilnberger conducting)
Selection Macbeth . -V. . . ......Verdi
v ' Mr. r eitrmein conuutuu6;
Fantasia Creme de la Qreme. .Tobani
o Mr. King conducting)
American Patrol .... ..Meacham
(Mt. unniey conaucuug;
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k ffAni' Washlneton says that
President Wilson Will urge Secretary
ci Labor .Wilson to run ior u. o. ocu
ator" to succeed ' Senator - Oliver. '
by taking that picturesque two hour ride through the cane fields and
pineapple plantations on the - ..
j Oil-burning locomotives, comfortable coaches. Beach and bathing
at Haleiwa, finest game fishing, efficient cuisine, finest accommoda
tions, magnificent scenery. v . 1.
This is a trip you'll remember don't miss it!
Oahii Railway (Lrid Go. Phone 1450
Our Tire and Accessory
Departments will be
open during Carnival
week until 10 p. m.
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MUNICIPAL JUDGE QUITS JOB
BECAUSE HIS HEART IS SOFT
PORTLAND, Ore. Municipal Judge
John H. Stevenson has resigned his
office because he could no longer bear,
he said, to see misery which he. was
unable to alleviate. The position pays
a salary of I33001 a year. "If I could
help the people who come before me
I ' might remain," said Judge Steven
son. "But I cannot help them and I
am constantly called upon to penalize
now for more than Jwo years and I
cannot longer continue."
The body of Fritz. Norden, a Bel
gian, suspected for being a spy in the
employ of 'the Germans has been
I have been doing this dally found in Ixelles Lake near Brussels.
and Chinese Embroideries
The most beautiful
Ancient Chinese Works
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We take pleasure in calling your
attention to our complete stock of
Silk and Cotton Kimonos, Mandarin Coats, Dressing Sacques, Children's Wash
ahle Dresses, Lacquer and Wood Works, Japanese Stationery, Place Cards, and
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