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Alakea Streets, Honolula.
Benjamin, F.U Pitman, Whose
'Blood is That of Chiefs arid
Uonarch tor Ueet Retnainr
jyinj.RelativesHe Uayf Find
tein Islands'1 ii d
i8eeinir Horiolnlu again for the first
time fn almost 50 years, Benjamin F.
PitzoaiC descendant of the mosf not
able and powerful of ancient liawal
ian chleftalna, arrtred oh the Uatsoo
liner Matsonla today with airs,'. Pit
man and a party of friends. They
were welcomed at Pier 15 when the
liner docked by Mrs. George C. Reck
ley, Mrs,.C. S. Hollo way and other
"We will be here about a month."
said Mrs. Pitman later today at the
Alexander. - Young Hotel, where the
party is staying; Ve left Boston
January 14. stopped in New Orleans,
Pasadena and Santa Barbara. On our
return trip we will vtelt again In Cali
fornia, returning . to Boston again
about ApriL r We are pleased to be in
the Islands and Mr. Pitman finds Ho
nolulu greatly changed from the city
De left, so many years ago. we re
gret we cannot stay longer." - 'i
in tne Pitman party are Mr. and
Mrs. Pitman, Mrs. J. Converse Gray.
Mrs. H. C. Brewster of Rochester, N.
Mrs. E. Stewart aark of Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elliott and Miss
Georgia Elliott of St, Louis, Mo. and
Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Parker of Man
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Descendant-of Noted Chiefs
Benjamin F, Pitman, vho for half a
century has lived in Boston, thousands
of miles distant from .his birthplace
in Hawaii, is a descendant from the
noblest, most notable and powerful of
the' chiefs and monarchs of ancient
Hawaii. Hia Hawaiian name is Keola-
aka-lani, which.' Interpreted, means
The 14fe of Heaven' His' father
was Benjamin F. Pitman, who. with
his family, came to Hawaii from Kev
England, they beina; among the early
arrivals from. - the Atlantic seaboard,
.Mr. .Pitman a " father married the
Chief esa,. Kiaoole-o-UMha. aC feudal
chief ess. whose land and .power ex
tended all over Ola and the district
surrounding Hilo.r Her father was the
High Chief- Hoolelu, who. In turn. was
the son of the warrior - twin Prince
Kameeiamoku whose effigy appears
on the coatof-arms of the old mon-
trchjr.rtbe: same effigy .seeaMu all
the : souyeiiir. rejrficaa ,of the, coat-of-
arms.-,':'v"iv5? --v .-: -yw-? y.H-
His Blood Relatives Hiri In -Hiatory :
Hoolulu's mother: raa the High
aiiefess KaUolanlkahikoloa. Mr. Pit
man's, grandfather, ,HooIul, was the
noble, chief to whose. lot It felMo con
ceal the bones of Ikamebamoha the
Great s Hoolulu., with hi' brother;
Prince, Hooplll Iv are credited with
the plaqiomoTe ;be.bqnfigjitKaTne
bameha) fronr the midst of men, con-
two chiefs approached the place where
the bonea of s Kamehampha, hail been
held In, atate f qt some time J Hoopili
remained. In a canoe near the shore,
while HooJulu watched for an oppor
tunity to seize the. bones while tho
attending chiefs had. their attention
distracted elsewhere.; ' At a far irable
moment the bone were taken up and.
wrapped, in a, feather cloak.:. lioolulir
sped - along the 'beach, his V brother,
according' to tradition, following on
a parallel course In his canoe. One man
was mut by.Hooiubi,?who wM struck
down, - and apparently.. left for. dead.,
The man, however, recovered and. told
the story of., how he had met Hoo
lulu .running alonff the beach carry
lng; a. bundle, and 'which - the people
immediately- surmised, to Vhave con
tained the bones of. the monarch. The
bones were concealed somewhere
( long the coast, Hoolulu; according to
tradluon having; dived at one spot,
swimming through a narrow entrance
end entering a Vca vet, He returned
safely, I met his brother and .-returned
among his peopled .:. The secret, of the
burial place of . Kamehameha's - bones
has never been, revealed.! 1
L a The two warrior princes- men Uoned,
one of whom. Kameeiamoku,. was the
ancestor of Mr. Pitman, were the ones
who taught' Kamehameha the arts xt
war nd were, ever near his person.
and, to fact, were his confidential, gen
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foe superior ;
Interesting is the line of -descent
of ' Mr. Pitman. . Kameeiamoku was
the son; ' of Keawepoepoo k) - and
Kasoena'(w). Keawepoepoe was the
son : of Lbnoikahaupo - from whom
sprang Kamehamehah I. Pitman is
also a lineal descendant, of Uloa, ac
cording: to the authentic geneology
possessed, by Hawaiian families, the
first King of Hawaii; also of Kala
makua. King of Oahu; Piilamai, King
of Maul, and Manokalanipd, King of
Kauai, who all were monarchs during
the reign of Uloa. - -
The Chlefess Kinoole's father. Hoo-
Iain, had control of vast areas of land
In the vicinity of Kilo and Olaa. At
the time of her marriage with Pitman,
Kamehameha HI gave her the use
of the ahupuaa of Hilo, thereby mak
ing her almost a feudal lord. It is a
known fact that when the first lehuas
were in blossom no native could pick
and wear them for the first of the
blossoms had . to be strung into leis
for the Chlefess Kinoole. These were
called the lehuas of- Panaewa.
Had Home at Alakea and BereUnla
The chlefess' husband was engaged
in business In. Hilo and in Honolulu
became a banker and capitalist. He
built a beautiful two-story home at the
corner of Alakea snd Beretania
streets, now the site of the Honolulu
Gas ; Company's . office. The walks
around it were paved with tile and
the premises surrounded by an Iron
fence, and the home was given the
name of "Waialeale" or "Rippling Wa
ter." The chlefess died soon after en
tering' hex new. home. Her body was
taken to Hilo find a large number of
relatives accompanied the remains
on the vessel. On arrival at Hilo, Ha
waiians In great numbers swam out
to the boat and bore the casket on
their shoulders, to, the shore, and even
carried young Pitman then a small
boy, on their shoulders. '
Brother a Unit 4 Soldier '
Mr. Pitman was a brother of the late
Mary pitman,' Allan, who was a brides
maid of Queen Emma, who married
Kamehameha IV ' In her young days
she was known as the "Belle of Hilo
Bay." His brother, Henry Hoouilu
Pitman, served during the Civil War
as a soldier in the Union army, was
taken prisoner, held, at Libby prison,
and died from, the effects of his im
prisonment -1 '
- Soon after the death of Kinoole, Mr.
Pitman took hib. family to Boston,
where the Children were schooled.
Young Pi tma? entered the firm of U
P. Hollanden and-is now one of the
partners of the, firm. He married Miss
Hollander. Mrs. Pitman accompanies
her husband, pn his visit to Honolulu.
Will Find Few.Relatlves
Mr. Pltmahi;ia looking forward with
deep interest to , his visit to Hilo and
on Hawaii, but lie will find very few
descendants of the families who were
e'fosgir'afidcTXUM "Wlttf TTtatbT his
jffiotheijjndirgcaAdath .they have
scattered -wiaeiy amocg: me isianus.
Acquaintancea cf Mr. Pitman, how
ever, have already gone to Hilo to pre
pare, for hia. coming over, there, and
everything that is possible to be done
will be arranged 'for the grandson of
the great ihiell'HooIulu and have a
home-oonjingiich will serve to con
necL; him Cwith -Aha days of old and
span' tae halt-century of time that he
haa been away from the Islands of his
birth. ' .. -;: - -
Mrs. Mary Beckley Is giving a luau
today , for k the ... entire Pitman "party,
numbering 11, at her residence on Dla
mqnd. Head roau. , ' '., . , 7
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-1 ioinr FEia iSGHt
tayr s!ftsa; of f fcot ? Wstar with'
phosphate, before beealcfaat t
;' '" --. vraanM 'OUt pelaensv -. '
If you.wake. up with a bad taste, bad
breath , 'and;' tongue is coated ; if your
head Is dull or aching; It what you eat
sours and forms gas and acid in stom
achy or : ypUi are. bilious constipated,
nervous. sallow and cant get. reeling
Just, right, begin inside bathing? Drink
bef ort' t'reaif ast, a glass, of real hot
waterwithy teaspoonful of limestone
rphosphaten it. vThla -will flush the
polsdrishhl Toxins from stqmach,
ilver; kidneys and bowels and cleanse,
sweetetf and purffy the entire alimen
tary tract ' Dai your : inside bathing
immediately: apon arising v In ; the
morning: to wash out of the system all
the, previous .day's poisonous -waste,
gases Vnd .tour bUe before putting
morefobdintc? the' stomach. ; .' ?
-T9 feel Jik$ young folks, feeli like
you felt before 'your blood, nerves and
muscles became loaded with body im
purities,, get ' from your, pharmacista
quftrter pound' bf limestone phosphate
Which Is inexpensive and almost taste?
less, t' except ,for.: a sourish twinge
which Is'not unpleasant. ' i' ?
- Justis v soap; and hot water hct : on
I the ;.skin, cleansing, sweetening and
freshening, so hot water and? lime
stone phosphata act on the stomach,
liver, kidneys, and bowels.' Men and
women who "are , usually constipated,
bilious, headachy or have any stom
ach disorder should begin this inside
bathing, before .breakfast. They are
assured thgy; will become real -cranks
on the.suhAcLishortly. Adr. :'t.
Since : the 'passage : in ' 1912 of the
act providing funds lor land classifi
cation, and as a direct result of the
classification work, a toUl of 13,477
781 acres s has been eliminated from
the national forests. This Includes an
elimination of approximately 5,800,005
acres of land from .the Chugach Na
tional .Forest In Alaska, which em
braced lands of low value for -any
other Duroose than mining. '. : 1
CmmUM KrellAe. Wree
kkAma bv cxtnanre to 8nn.Diwt adWin4
aatcUrfrHer-d by Mnr Kre KrruAly. N
usrttnc. last Kje CumluiVAt xoe prtegv
JCre free. Mk KaHce Kf Kencdj Co, Chie
The cast for the drama, "Umi-ar
liloa,' ArhichOs to be given at the
Opera House Thursday evening. Is a
long; one. Including. - with . princlpala
and the less Important members, at
least 60 people.: All those who take
part are of Hawalain blood, which in
sures a performance truly representa
tive of the Hawaiian spirit
A number of Hawaiiana of an older
generation have been prevailed upon
to take part In the court scene, as
they alone could speak' with authority
of the olden time. . Most of them do
not understand . English and it has
been found rather a puzzle to make
them know just the right moment to
start the chants, dances or dirges.
This difficulty has. been overcome by
stationing a prompter in the wings
who gives the cue in Hawaiian at the
Among the oldest players is Peleue,
who will sing the mele of Umi in the
first act of the playv This mele was
sung during the lifetime of Umt In
the ' seventeenth century. It was
never written, as the Hawaiiana had
no written language so far in the past.
When the members of the Royal Dra
matic Society were seeking someone
who could give the mele of Umi they
found this old. man. in whose memory
the chant still lived, as It had
been taught him by his father after
having been passed down the genera
A number of young men from St.
Louie College are numbered , in the
warriors : and court attendants and a
group of girls from the Kalulani Home
will lend grace to the scenes of the
play. Tickets are now on sale at the
Territorial Messenger Service for the
drama. . , " ' " ' . -. . '. . , .
Word received in the last mail by
Sailie Hume Douglas, the well-known
song : writer of ;thla city, from the
music publishing house of Joseph W.
Stern & Co, New York, Is that Mrs.
Douglaa' ' recent ; song, "Her Pink
Mumu," La to be bandied by the phono
graph companies and records made
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Mrs. Douglaa said today that Sher
man. Clay & Co. of San Francisco re
port excellent sales of her earlier
song, ''In the Garden of Paradise." ;
Another song dealing with , Hawaii
is now being completed by. Mrs. Doug
las, v It- will be in hula time and is
said f by .. those : who . .have heard, her
play it to be one of the catchiest bits
of mbdern, Hawaiian , music ever writ-
ten! in Honolulu- i v ;:.
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; stately, spacious Rose Room where danrina a ' en
. joyed every evening the ' Italian Room, walled and '',
ceiled with beautifully carved hazel wood and famed for
its portal of gleaming twisted pillars surmounted by a
; golden image ; the Colonial Room, in which the fashion v
able world products original plays in a completely
' ecipped theitte- ccdmgmal ardstk &tai ;
(suck as Arthur Putnam's puma motive V in its many
public rooms with such unique and exclusive service :
, as the Turkish and, Rosnan badu for ladles (nth oor)
and for gentlemen (izth floor), supplied with salt water
pumped diredly fromv the ocean; the EleSrie GrO, .
where table d'hote meals are served at moderate prices-- :
Jrfw Hotel St. Francis is one of the most iattrestin?
show places in San Francisco, and a place at which;
. . interesting people mvariably gather, v - :v ; y " v; ;
THE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS the largest hotel ia
Western America (over one thousand rcomsj, faces'an
' entire side of Union Square, - the center of the cry V
. life and color," where Se activity ofall famous' casiivalo J
like the Portola, Native Sons: nests, tnci JNoOeaf .
. celebrations are focused, and where military displxyt on
such occasions as the visia to the St. Francis of President ;
'Roosevelt, President Taft, Prince Fushimt of Japan, 4
Prince Tsai Hsunof China, Admiral vans in coamand
- of the battleship fleet, and other diutaries, hve pro
vided histork spectacles. .).pf ;-y-; y,i :-' ;'
; " NOTB-iWhue the Hotel Sc. Francis wut nevtt tower hs rates
,; ' ; beneath the point et which it is pontble to provide a service at Y ;
:i leastequal to that of the best metropolitan hotela in the world. It . -
respedfuDy invites comperuori between its charges and the taril'
i otablihed ry any odier hotel of the first razJu ."
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anons by 'Albert Herter in the cafe, '
symbolixing the gifts of the OUWorU -to
America; the Lounge, inspired by '
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