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beauty and comfort to the home.
GRASS LINEN SQUARES and CENTERS
Fine assortment In various sizes, embroidered In dragons, but
terflies and floral designs.
GRASS LINEN TABLE COVERS
All handsomely embroidered, with napkins to match, In
squares, round and oblong.
ENBR01DERED GRASS LINEN DOYLIES
7 and 10 Inch In dragon designs.
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EMBROIDERED QRA8S LINEN TRAY COVERS and SCARFS.
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RADIUM RAT PANIC
Hats nre not fond of radium. They
arc Inclined to be rather supersti
tious about tho wonderful mineral. At
least that would bo a fnlr Inference
from a little experiment that Messrs,
Drown & Cohen, the radium experts,
whose danco Is to nppear at the Or
pheum Theatre this week, Tho base
ment of the Orpheum has been a favor
Ite tryst I iik place for the rodents and
they hao fairly overrun it. When H.
L. Cohen heard of this he asked Man
ager Cohen of the Orpheum for perm Is-
slon to try nn experiment, which was
readily accorded. So Messrs. Drown
and Cohen set a trap and caught a
huge grandfather rat. Then they
imeared It with the strange white com
pound which is used In tho radium
This Is an ordinary-looking powd
ery substance, but It has peculiar prop
erties. It absorbs light and theniglves
It off again. So Mr. Rat, well coated
with white, was placed In the rays of
A mtmntr IItia lint,, n m Mma nl .Uah
vve .i.iiu l.ftl.l IWI U IMUC UUU ini-ti .
liberated In tho cellar. In the gloom'
or the rat inreatcd place he gave off n
ghostly light that seemed very strange
lo his comrades. They didn't know
him and Immediately thought that
some deceased rodent was ghost-walking.
They fled In terror from the
place and have not been seen since.
Even the radium rat, panic-stricken,
and afraid of himself. Is running yet.
Tho radium dance will bo produced In
Its' entirety tho whole of this week
In connection with tho Stock Company
which plays Cnmlllo Monday, Tuesday
Walluku, Mnul, Feb. 9. Dy the
steamer on Monday night Dlsbop Ham
ilton, Mrs, Hamilton and Dr. Wadman
arrlied In Walluku. On Tuesday night
the Dlshop delivered an address at the
Union Church to a largo and appre
ciative audience. The text from which
be spoko wns "I hae a message from
God tor three. The speaker stated that
this 'wan tho text that was used by
the first missionary who visited Hawaii
and addressod Kamehameha II. His
subject wns divided into three topics:
first, Whut God would have us do; sec
ond. What Ho Is doing for us: and
third. Our -ability to do It. During tho
entire sermon the audience paid
marked attention, many expressing
thcmsolvcs as being more than pleased
with tho tervlces of the evening. On
the following day the visitors mada a
trip up Iao Valley and to Puuneno
plantation, afterwards leaving Wal
luku overlalid for Lahalna. The pur
pose of their visit was to establish mis
sion work among tho Koreans, which
Mill be placed In tho hands of Mr.
A charming musical program and u
delightful danco were given by tho
Kamehameha Alumni Association At
Progress Hall on Saturday evening.
Miss Lei Urown's singing was greatly
appreciated. Krncst Dlschof pleased
with a zither solo and Master Lo Tan
entertained with a hary-zlther solo
The Kaal Oleo Club played and sang".
Mr. Kaal and Mr. Holokahakl wer
the accompanists. The committee ot
arrangements Included Messrs. II. J.
Auld, A. "a. Kaulukou, Officers ot the
association are: H, J. Auld, president;
J, L-. Hop wood, vice president; Tbomnt
Treaduay, treasurer; D. S. K. I'ahu,
tecretary; Sam Kaaloa, corresponding
secretary; A. A. Dunne, auditor.
fSptclal to Tht UultrUn)
Walluku, Maul, Keb. 9. During tho
present week Walluku has experienced
an unusual spell of wnrm weather dur
ing tho day, with quite the mersc
nights and mornings. On seernl
mornlngu at 7 o'clock the thermometer
registered as low ns CO degrees with
cloudless skies during the entire da)
Tho new firm of physicians, Drs.
Weddlck and Dlnegar, nre making
great Improvements on tho premises
of Dr. Weddlck, Tho office occupied
by Dr. Weddlck has been removed id
the rear of the grounds and In front a
large building Is In course of erection
to bs used as an operating room, which
will be fitted up with till the latest scl.
cntlflc ImproemenU for both medical
and surglcnl treatment. Dr. Dlnegar
will remove to Walluku In the near fu
ture and It is reported that a rcsldenco
will be built for him by W T Robin
son. N. W. Alull, Deputy County Attor
ney ot Haw-all. spent seternl du)s It)
Walluku this week. Ho-came over on
business for the purpose of collecting
evidence In a muna-r cusp which ii
now pending In tho Circuit Court of
Cards of Invitation are out to tho
marriage of Mr. Antonio J l'ernandes
to Miss Isabella Ilorba, which will take
place on the 21th of February, at Ht.
Anthony Church. A reception will bo
held at tho residence of the brides
father, Mr A. Ilorba, Walluku
M. L. Decker, former bartender at
tho Maul Hotel, has been very 111 for
the past few days.
Walluku, Maul, Keb. 9. The Wal
luku Improvement Association held its
monthly meeting on Thursday evening
at the Walluku Courthouse, The usual
number of members were present and
tho business for the evening consisted
In bearing the report of the committee
on side-walks, which had been appoint
ed for the purpose of conferring wttb
the Hoard of Supervisors. The Hoard
of Supervisors answered the Commit
tee through their Itoad Supervisors,
Mr, Hugh Howell, and authorized him
to stats to tho Association that the
Hoard was willing to contribute oho
half of the expenses of new sidewalks
for the streets ot Walluku If tho res
idents and property owners would pay
tho other bait ot tho expenses towards
this object. The members of the Asso.
elation expressed themselves as belli;?
much encouraged by the offer mado by
the Hoard ot Supervisors, and feel con
fident that within the next few months
Walluku will have new sidewalks on
all of Its principal streets. After con
siderable discussion by different mem
bers the meeting adjourned,
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The concert of the Hawaiian Wo
men's Club this evening nt the Kame
hameha School for Girls commences at
"allowing Is the progTam:
Piapo Duet "Churgo of the Uhlans"
Misses Kinney and Ayau.
"Thoughts" Chas. Grant
Krnest Kaal's' Mandolin Trio.
Vocal Sol '
Miss A. Drown.
Kamehameha Mandolin Club.
Chorus Keahlnullapalapa .. .
. . Mrs. J. W. Yarndicy,
K, G. S. Alumnao.
Hnlmveh (Longing for Home)
Urn est Kaal's Mandolin Club.
Thomas Nahlwa. James Awal, S.
Miss H. Kinney.
Kamehameha Gleo Club.
Piano Duct '.
Misses Aholo and Sadler
Chorus Pauahl Lnnl
K. Q. 8. Alumnae.
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ALL SCHOOLS AND
There Is really but one way to keep rooms unspotted from the
world, to make every dusky dusty corner wholesome, fresh and at
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With electric bulbs In badly lighted halls and Inner rooms, no ml
:roby particle of dust can escape, and th death knell of moths, ant
and roaches la sounded.
To clean home by electric light Is like working In sunlight, and
it Is no greater drain on the oxygen of the room than a sunbeam Is.
And a bright light lessens the work of cleaning.
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CZAh'S FAMILY OUT FUR AN AIRING.
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1906 EXCLUSIVE 8UITINQS
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At the recent meeting of the Honrd
of Education Commissioner Knrrlng-
ton made Inquiry regarding tho patriot
Ic program for the use In tho public
schools, for which a number of pluns
wero receded In competition for tho
McCandlcss J0 prize. Superintendent
ot Public Instruction Habbltt answered
at the tlmo that he was preparing a
program using that of Miss Lyons,
which won ths McCandlcss prize as a
basis, but adding to It the best features
of other plans which had been sub
mitted In the contest. '
The program which Babbitt Is get
ting together will thus contain ull tho
host features of tile plans and will
embody many good Ideas. While It
will bo too long to be uved by nny
school In Its entirety. It is so modeled
that selections from It can bo used to
suit different places, circumstances and
occasions. Thus schools situated In
districts when rainy weather prevails
will generally hae to uso a program
suitable for indoors, whllo those who
have good grounds, and where good
weather prevails can have open air ex
ercises, with rallying around tho Hag
nmbermore. It Is not Intended that
any ono school shall uso tho samo
program ecry day of the year. Selec
tions can bo made from the gcnoral
plan so as to mako the program each
day suitable to the Individual occa
sion, which may present Itself. Thus,
on tho bltthday ot famous men seluC'
tlons from their works or speeches
should be read, or a history ot their
lives and deeds given by the teacher.
The songs and prayers used can also
be greatly vurled. Thus, for Instance,
a llttlo poem written by Philip 11.
Dodgo, and which Is much liked by tho
governor, will ho Included In tho gen
eral program and recommended for use.
It runs as follows:
Hawaii land Is fair,
Hlch are tho gifts wo sharo.
This Is our common prayer,
O land of light,
We may Join heart and hand
That as u noblo band
Till all Hawaii's land
Stands for the right.
Habbltt Intends to have tho Droeram
printed In pamphlet form for distribu
tion among tho teachers. Ho hopes Ihi
I will have It ready to submit to tho next
mcetlne of the Hoard.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
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