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When Sarah Bernhardt Came
Dressing Room Interview With
Great TragedienneHow She
Ily (1rnr Hnrtcuto Tower
XTlllllT. A stauo nil illin with ll-
l llchl iluibliees. below. :i sot or
upturned fates stretching iittuyficsriitnth" or the llnny tribe liml been, murep he knows Letter than any olio
lulu the illkliimv, u lithe Hint kIiiiioim tempted hy her lionl; t.ie hail known elo Jut Iho wny ho wishes eaih cliai
ionn nit U'lled In mjslei) nml nliml- the M of ilropplni; her line Into the uctrr porirnynl."
"ws; u woman's long white arms lllleil tumliUiiR green water, hail felt the "Tlicti ciii like li play Ailrii line, rnr
with pale lilies nml blouil leil hmci; n tlirlll that kiirses up one ypln.il ml- HHlnuce. yon feel lmiiuo It la Joiiih
iniii'innr, nml then u Voice speaking "mn no she ftoM iho iuk at the nlher 01' i,u ' " strutigtr nml more pur
IhroiiRli tho KllJInem. n Volic that hrhl mil, nml tea'lzeil the Bntlsfarllon orifert IntcrpirtJtlnnl"
those who heaiil It In the aliuugo spell drawing her line up with nimelhliiK oii "Oli. ussuitNlly," l.'crnliardt all
ot Its magic power; a Voice whom It nltil that umnll wilggllng, ellppery "weieil.
limbic uinl wluMe'uuleiiies. whoso Hue ' meant more-1" her than the blggett "Supposing." 1 miggostril, "yon ih)
ami whoso tempting toiihl mmr be foi-'Jellowtail that eer llniiiiilereil, ot feel up to it certilti pall, do ou
Kultiu. It was tliu Hist none of "l.tl It was a very illllcient llcrnh.ii tit . "( Und It illlllciilt to play tho piece?"
Sortlorc" ami nhvaily the tcuucius whu helil out her while lunula tu me, "If I l ot leel up to a patt 1 will
li.nl tl.iluie.l tis for her own. j Uium long slim lunula Hushing with "t I'lay," ho misweieil cniplintlrall)
-Morning. A long wharf Jutting mil 'Jewels l.tte that afleriiouii when tlicl "Ye, slio would rather disappoint 1 1;
Into Hie blue sea; a pilnlo car ilr.iwn m wai dipping In the nest ami ll.ub-' uiullonio than ilo an Injustice to her
up upon the tilling; little hunts of ieo-1 lug a last goodnight lo the whllecappcill hc" W dolm; Inferior woik In a pari,
pie walling as for one cxpcili-il. A tall
large woman In fawn eolor with a Into iciue In width .Mnrgucjlte (latiller bins
euggwtlug the mukc-up room, framed I or last faiewfll to Arinniid, and her
In a fluff of jcllow h.ilr; piiulled et-j dieaslng ico.n showeil tue artistic clls
brows, rouged lip, paluled theihs, uncriler of a hurtled p.uklug. Stuttered
air of arllllclalit). ovrr the dressing lable were tho ptop-
Hiuh weiu Iho two pictures of Sarah
llernharill tho actress and Harah lien
liardt thuomuu as I aw bet llrst. 1
iihall not loon forget either, for In Iho
strangeness of paradox the mtlllcl.tl
was so real and the real to art I IK la i.
When Sarah Ilernhardl went to Ven
ice all Southern California went loo
The Venice In iiueetlou Is not the Ven-'
Ice of historic and old world fame. hut'''l packing the cn.tumes worn In the
a promising joung seaside lesort on
tho Southern California const, and Hie'
leauon of the dlxliie Sainh's going theie!
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was the same that eaured her to play In
tents on the greater part of her Amcr-
lean tour for Saiah's will U not kejeil
lu harmony wllh that of the theatrical
trim mid she was not allowed to ap
pear lu uny of tho theatiei controlled
by the truM. So Sarah went to Venice
mid there gau her three Callioinl.i'
performance") "Ii Soreleie," "Camllle. I
and "l.a Tosia" In an utan .iudlioili.m
built at tho end of a long inula Jtitilni:
out In to tho blue) sea. There were no Lad not long ago aeiiulled perfect eum
backs and tho greatest tiegedleuuo of mum! of Iho Kiigllsh language,
her time walked from her ear lo tue The great tragedienne bailo mo bit
Ship Hotel, where she took her lucaH, ' bcsblo her and In her Impulslie Kreneli
nnd from the Ship Hotel luross tue way took ni) hand In hem and held It
wharf lo her dieting room. as we talked, lleriihurdt Is oer sixty.
Supiiorted on one side by her phytl- Ott the stage sho looks fort, pcrluiN
elan, who always tr.ncls with her, aud'a little older; on tho bt'igo scanely
on Iho other by onu of tliu promliie'ut thllty. llut though her form has Itbt
men of her company and surrounded much uf Its berpentlnu graeo and Icon
by at era I women, bho deaeended tho' Im- suiiplencsa her ilrui white uims and
Heps of her car mid went on her nioni- well formed hands mo b' ill tliofu of n
lag walk. Sho was atllred In a morn- girl, and -her ejevj mid her Mike ic
ing gown of fawu-eolored stile with u main, 'lhuse long, hlanllng Ilernhmdt
lung travelling cloak of the mine mn-j ojes rcmluil one of oblong diamonds bo
lerial mailo with trlplo capes, and n bright mid shining nro fiey so dazzling
wide pleliiro hat of mulberry ted laden In the power of luelr glance. And the
with ostrich plumes. Sho appeared to1 oIce. That Is the most wonderful
lie a much larger woman mid of much
moie matronly roim than she whom i
had been the night befoie lu jpangled,
g.iuzo and llllei; and I had a illsilmt!
IccIIiib of dlsiipiiolulinent lu tho dlsll-'
luslLiimeiit. llut this was no time lor'
i.lsappolntmciilh so I put mine lu my hinting and pulsating there. I'.ii,8ou.
pocket and approached tho Utile gioup.j hale. linger. Iho freiuy of despair me
which had already attracted tho alien- theio. In tho tuiture of tho luipiMllun
lion of a number of people upon tho scene In "l.i Soieleio" It seemed like
wliarf. Iho snarl of a wild animal ami I have
Mlgh I Lu accorded the honor of an blnte wondeied If she did not bluily
Inter lew wllh Madame? I.cr olco work with bouiu of the un
certainly I might, but not then, not Imnls of her menagerie, lu order to de
till after the afleiuoou performance of elup borne of Ihusu wonderful loues.
Camllle. Then If I wuuld eouio 1 would Hera Is the must wonderful olce 1
llnd Madame lu her dressing room l;ao eer heard. Tlicro Is acting lu It
awaiting mo, and with u pleataut uud' and if tho sllisc wero us daik us night
mid smile she continued un her way. I one could imderxlaiid her actlun Jujl
V To mo It was highly aiuulng, to her from the expression of Iho olce.
It must hae been Inllnllely disgustlnc, "What Is the cecrct of your jouth?"
lo eco Iho lengths which iho crowd's I asked as wo sat In her tiny ocean
curiosity leached. No boonor wus It' dressing loom which swnjed gently
nuhed abroad that Sarah Ilernhardl batk and fuith with tho motion of the
was on tho whaif than liundiedsof peo. waler below bwlshlng on tho piles,
plo gathered and attached IhcmseUc-i "Oh, Jo gods, Jo gods," she said wllh
to her ictluue. It wus a tnio of on exiuealsve thrim of her shouldori
"Wliereur thou goest I will go," and'
go they did. Her llrst visit was made
to tho largo .lapaueso idiop, where sho)
pitrchtibcd bournl haudbomu silken!
roues, -mi old print or two and veverai;
necklaces of amber uud Jadu and tur-j
quoUc. At every counter where shu'
flopped tho eruwil stopjicd loo und ejes,
iesrcil at her, through tho glass uf Iho.
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...... ih nvti.o m-tu ciiiiie-u imui iiiapiiragm aim an me nuuuniinai
toes stepped on. I'p mid down Iho uiukIcu have been liulneil to do their
alslis they went homo nheiid of her' work uud no lonflnlng elulhlng is nl
nnd Foino behind, eager lo hear eterj, lowed to Interleie. Sho alTects long
word, watch every gesliuo of the gieat; sinuous linos, and most ot her flocks
ncticss. She must huvo been minojed,' on or ort the stugo aio loujc about tha
but to her eiedlt bo It said sho did not' waist uud me conllncd by snsh dinp
slgnlfy by bo niiieh us a ipilver of uu cries far below tho waist, much after
eyelid that she noticed Ihls curiosity- the fashion of Kioncli dicss for clill
inad company of followers. I dien. The great endurance- of tho Arl-
Across tlio pier fiom the big Jupancto zona ludlans, und their ability tu inn
btoro Is tho Cabrlllo, tho hotel built In t fifty and elxty nillas a day when they
,fac slmlllo of u ship and it was herojmo seventy yeuts old is due to this
mat mo aciicss was served lo break-,
fait, the crowd folluwlng ueu Inlo tho
enfo. Hut u prlvalu( dining mlooii for
tunately opcuod Its dooru to her patty
and tho guplng crowd wero left to
li m lire thenibulves outside. Hand dubs,
uhrlmps, veal cutlets mid champagne,
comprised the menu oiileitid by tho
Ilernhnrdt physician, nnd at Its end.
Tlornhnrilt raiight her first fish in thn
I'aclfle, her linn being dipped through
the port hole of her dining nnaitmeut.
"Not ninth lurk, 'the fishes they not
como," sho bald to mo In biokcn Kng
llbh us wu laughed tugclhcr later uter
her attempt, llut ut least her wish
Looked On And Off The Stage
ihilil been Klallllcil. She hiul lonficil to.
Hah In the Kitlllc unci this Mio IiiiiI
ilone.ilul llmucli but one nnoi llltlc reii -
.mm. She still wore the clinging white
ertles of the maki up touge puis, eje-
brow pm lis, a big ponder box of lo
poiisse flhi'i- a few fading Illinois mid
the comix. Inlrplrs. rings and neck-
laces of other scenes. In tho ccrnei
on the lloor lav tho pile of kolt bllkcii
Huffs whkh she had purchatcd at i he
Japanese slioii lu iho morulrg, dellialu
crepe of mume and pink and blue mm
ellow. and hei maid was already bus-!
oailier aei.. of Camllle rejily for the ile-
parlure that night for Salt Lake Uty. I
M lleruh.ud't lett win onu of her little1
J, ...III...,., I ILhl Nl3 UI1V Ul II tl lltlll'
mascots, a small fox tcriler who raised I
appro Ins and affectionate ,ecs to his!
mlsttess us she btroked his smoota
Tho Intcrpicler stool by uud traiiH-
lated for mo the micrlluus 1 deal led to;
ask ami gue b'ick lu me her answer.
Oieailonully wu liiado each other
uiHlersiaud without his uld. but It Is
still a surprUo tu me Ihat a woman ot
lleinhardt's talents and uttaitinieuls
thins uboiit her. It Is n joung oicc
mid Its power is bejoiul words. There
Is lure and lull and caiuss in it and It
holde you fascinated In Us magnetic
l brail. It Is a tolce with heart mid I
t-uul In It and all thu emotions of life
as sho raited her eyes to the celling In
llut thu gods don't do It ull. It Is
her method of breathinir which mob-
ably does more toward keeping her
vclco nnd her body and above all her
vitality, voiinc. She liieailu-s finm the
abdomen and her wonderful video itm-l
Irol finds much of Its berret theie. 'Iho
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uamu system of iibdoinliinl breathlni:.
"I)u you feel all t! t jou portray on
thu ttago?" I asked,
"Yib, all.'.' sho answered, cliisplng her
white- Jeweled hands to her breast.
"Vcs, when tlicro Is loo I love; wheij
there la hato 1 halo. That Is why I am
not well row," uud nho brushed the
lliifT of tnwny hnlr from her blow with
i half Hied, half pelulnnl Kosliue. HIip
looked nlmo't III nnd fatigue ami pain
were written Inige upon her pale fare.
The spirit ot thn dying Marguprllo milt
hold Iter uud sho v.-as still surierlug
with Iho unhappy hcioluo of that gieat
diaiiiu of the euiutlomi.
"Wlmt h jnur inelliciil of fliulyliiK a
new plero'" I nsKcd nml throtmh her
Interpreter flio icnllecl:
"I llrst lend It through. 1 then linuw
Iniitalitl) w lirllicr It la n play I wlsli tn
luKo tip iir imt. Then 1 si inly my own
I nit mill Kit Ilio Iccllui; of the cliur
atler." "What Id your opinion of an actor's
I'IiijIiik Ills own pleio, v.uulil ou ntl
Isp It?" I lmuilieil.
"Oh, yee, If he inn write, hla own
hlk Is Jircfcrnhl
for him. I'ur ot
jaililiil ncr Inlerjuiler.
"Hut improving It v.ero In tho mlddlo
of a pl.iy and )ou did not feel keen oi
n eertnln ncno?" I perrlslid.
"Then 1 would uol play that fctenu,
sho answered mulling with a ilellan.
lining of her chin.
llornliaidt told pio (hat she makei nil
her own deilgns for (O'lumea and
scenery. She- is a writer of ability and
c "culplor as well as the must wond-i-
' ful liitcrprcter of tragedy Iho world ol
women has ever known.
"'' "i' wiIUiir do o.i have certain
! '! hmiw foi work or niiirt jou be
under Insplnllon before jou :.n
work?" I asked feeling that 1 alrcaoj
"new what she would ant.wer. for
Rttn of her emollonal mtUlli' Iciu-J
l'frament cannot as a rule be bound by
"I must 1)0 In the mtod for It, then I
"Is this tho llrst tlmo jou hac eer
appeared In u theatro built liter the
sea?" I asked mid sho lopllod iimlllug.
"Vm UN, and It Is a erj enjoyable e
"Ilaxe you a f.norllu nilc?" I aiin-fd,
Dellghtlully Informal was tho
ccpllon given Thursday evening
the Methodist parsouige by Iho mem
beis ol the (huieli lu lionor of ihu nt
rival of Mrs. Wndmaii, wife of tho
pastor, I!ev. J. I). Wnilitinu, who ru
(cntly eMiiu down from the States
with her hushatiil. The popular pas
tor was called . thu Hiatus to olll
elate at tho marriage of Ills elder
daughter, who inmrled u jniins Vir
ginian, mul when ho iclWncd brouiVt
back .Ml 8. Waduiau mid their younger
Thu unrsuuugc on Iteietaiiln slice t
was preltlly detornted lor Iho aHalr
with gloisy leaved mullo which was
leslooned gracefully oer ho door
was uud about the plettuu iiiouhlliigs,
while Inline he-H of glowing pomegrau
Hen were Iiiiiib effecllvely fioui tho
Assisting Itev mid Mrs. Wudmati lu
teeeUlng weio: I'our other guests of
eompllmeiit, Mrs. .Mail;, superintend
ent or the Siisauuu Wesley Homo;
Miss Jloyer, general sieielaiy of Iho
Y. W. C. A. and her assistant, Miss
S'.uhr; and Miss Wadinmi. Unbon
netted women ubslsllug about Ihu
looms were Mrs. V.. I.yle, Miss Kyle,
nnd Mrs. Shepliiud.
Jlr. l'eler Touch ir.ado thu addiess
of welt ome, bespeaking fur tho church
lis pleasure In greeting thu wife of ltj
luslor ami extending tu her tho wel
(oiiio uud ulhna thu Ihu people of
Honolulu know so well how to give.
Miss Walker. whoUs among those
Utrmidcd passeugeiH of thu Maurhiirla
who has (linsuu to stay in or mid vl-tt
tho Ibliinds, delighted her hearers
with bcvcrul guitar ielectlous; Mrs.
Hwlng rendered piano numbers, Miss
Wnddlnglon sang, while Jlis. Soper
I"cd " violin eoio,
tin I Int. fli., ni-r-nl
Dining the evening light ruficsh-
mollis wero served by a hovy of joung
Blrls, who weio Misses Chiiplu, Mur
garot Wadmuii uud MeAlllster.
A large number of people called dur
ing the hours of leceptlon,
Among tho ilcllglilful'cvcntH of the
week was the supper given by l'rlnco
and l'rlneesa Kawnnnnnkoa at their
resilience on l'ensacola street. Tho
guests weio sealed at llflo tables on
tho hum! ami thu electric lights wero
t-hadcil lu pink. Thu silver bcivlcu
uf King Kalakuua, which was Inherit
ed by l'rluto David, was uboJ, and
tho tall vascu were lllltd wllh lobe
eaiuatloiiB mid iirjl'lcuhnlr fetus. Tall
bamboo shoots mid a prolusion of
gicens, thu huge liiunl Into n boA'er.
.Mr. nuiest Knal and Ills talented mn
nlelans played brllllanlly Ihinughout
the whole evening. The I'rlnresa
wore a very beautiful pink dinner
frock In tho Umpire stjlo, a dm her
shndo of plul: being used wllh good
effect. Alter dinner Ihu guesls played
bridge. Among thu guests weio Mr.
uud Mrs. C. W. Cusu Uccilug, Judge
, v.,, .
EVKNINO nUt.LETlK, HONOUIM). T. I!., SATURDAY, OCT. 13. 1008. V '7"
tagcrly womlerlug which of all tho wo
men she porlrnyH Hho best loves to be.
"Noji, lion, I must have no Mnrlle.
It would not do," gho answered shak
ing her head with lis mass of Unity
hair. "If 1 raid I like best this elm
nter,' then the other writers would nil
ho Jealous, so t can have no fa vol lie.
"Yes, but In your heart, Is theio not
otio jon love moru llum all tho rest7" J
"Oh, pei Imp1), in my hrarl," sho to
piled with a fmawny look In her ulilu
Ing ojes. "In my heart theio Is," mid
she ngnlu elatped her while hands to
her hi east In the vehement way ihai
nitetUtlo of her.
Ileriihntilt lias mi itlmti't harlurle
loudiieis for qititlnt rlnm and neck-l-iins
and many of thn former blio wore
wcij of tiinpioke setting leiielillu; lo
the second Joint of her lung slim tin
ROM. As 1 IU030 to go I ni'ii'il If I might
purchase a plctme of bur to use, wllh
the Inlmlcw slciy. ".Von, lion, dnrl
lnt,', oit shall not pay," nml Hpeaklti:; u
few hasty wonls In riemli In her maid
idio naclicd lo tho lable for pen and
Ink. Aa tho maid handed her the liho-
tograph, a new ouo taken In the ball
gown sho weirs In the ilcntinclnlluii
scene In Canilllo' or "Ii Dame Aax
Cunllllab" as llernharill llkci bejl lo
tall it, the wrote, uriojs the picture u
little personal message lo mo and
flgned her name with t lie dale below,
then gavo It lo me wlt'i a charming
cmlle and a tqutcjie of my hand
As u woman Ucriilriull U uol one we
11 nt Iho nillttc In the
wondeifut being whose
woman Is a
work wo ran udmlieatul jiiiiIho. wIiomi
powers of endurance, whoie resourte
fulness ami energy are the marvel ot
all. Whether she idecps tu her casket
or tu mi ordinary bed- whether tn enU
her salad before her roait or after It;
wiitthvr rlio f;es the tolor of her hair
liom the drug storu i.r the sunshine.
are lnalteis of little- liupu-taiue as lung
replied iulekly.'as kho can i;lu us her wonderful lu-
terpiet'illons of llfc Aa for the other
side ot whleJi we do not like to think.
we can only feci u keen pain and regret
that it woman bo great lu miiuo w.ijx,
blionld not lmo been gie.it In tho-e
xllal ways of life ami thinking which
uflcr nil, uro u woman'u de.irot iot-
Kiul Mis. dear, ills. Hhtif Low. Mis.
McClniialmn, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Mur
ry, Mr. mid Mis. Alexander (lllelulM
Havc's, .Mlu'i Irunu Dickson, Mr. To
tcrson, Mi. (Iuuiku Illlsa and Dr. Kl g
gcrald. Now that tho Leauon is on we all
hae u ehaiiL-o tj obsoitc ttio new
flocks which nra Icing worn by the
fortunate .ii"j who eati send away for
their witrdudica. With bo many brldca.
lid I can think uf tlx light away In
low n the teaa mid dinners fairly tcruain
with now uppuii'l buch pielt frockn.
tto. Onu chaimlug lIiI was tho ad
mired of the admlicd tho other day at
the Chailei Wllder's at home, lu a de
licious confection of old blues ami uld
pinks with a liaco of yellow ami black
11 was uittl) becoming to this bpurlal
gill, who It, of a tall and willowy llg-
me, but iiuiiy would look llku frlghls
lu Mich lombluatloiia uf eolor. There
Li u decided eh.arugo In he.idge.ir this
teaton, mid uu Importation of "liagu
l.aU mini lnv I lie ciiish uf tho breaking
out of our ptcttlcbt liiuldb mid mattuus
lu felts of delleulu tunes of pink
niauvu and bluu. Mrs. Harry Macfar
tauu huu been wearing a beautiful hat
composed of feathers, tulle mid How
cis. It has tho sauciest lilt at the tide
mci'jt uccumlii.tr to tho pietty face bo-
lieuth but, ug.ilji, no ouo eltu could
carry It off like this young matron.
With the passing of October como
thoughts ol Hallowe'en and the young
ptoplo,of town nro busy planning va
rious tonus of festivity for (his merrl-nieut-piotoklug
festlvnl. Among the
(lilt of the hostcsbou of tho younger
set to plan an aHalr wllh Hallow oVu
us Its mo If a I"' .Miss Knlburlnu Hop
per and Miss b'toreni u Huffman, who
will eiileilaln on tho evening of Octo
ber 27 wllh u progressive Hallowe'en
party, a poitlou of tho alTalr being
bciil ut thu homo of each hobtcbs.
Many unique features will bo luilii.leil
and an evening of Jollity mid fun Is
Miss Jebsle roimnn expects to bail
for tho Orient lu two weeks.
Ncwbro'c Hcrplclde Destroys tho Dan
druff Oerm ?nd Prevents Baldness.
tliilullio nml turn mid a whole lut uf
uther Ihln'Es, nro pleasant to rub on
Ihu bealp ufler washing It free uf iluu
ilrufl, but nut ouo preparation of thu
genual mn cures dandruff uud falling
hair, It Is iii'iTHKiiry lo kill Unit ::eriu,
to be iiermanrutly cured of dandrulf
ami to stop fnlllng hull-. Nowhio's
Herplelde will pnsltlvely destroy Hint
genu, ro Ilia' lheinan ho no mcue
chuiliuir ami po that the hair will
Brow liiMiilunily. "Dep.trciy. the cauw
and jou will remnvo the ellect." Hold
by leading drugglsta. Semi 10c. In
Mumps for Kiimplu lo Tho Hcrpicldo
Co., Delroll, .Mich, Holllaler Ulllg
Co., bpuelal agents.
- T-atagggCTWttMWWwuiLii. I
That Tired Feeling
Which la so
Ing 1 3 of ton
Ing in dofi-
Thn blood ncudn
to Lo enriched
and for this tluro Is no intdlelito lo
tho world equal lo
Tho curc It ban wotl.ed, Iho men.
women, nml children It Lax intend
to health, mo euuntlcs lu number.
One such vxpurlc ucu 1 1 as folio m
"I lmo cucl Ayir'.i ratsicrtl!a In my
family for roarr, and wnul I r.ut Ln .ltli.ut
It. I tuud to suirer villi Nils nrd tkls
emptlonj, attoniJed with ctrat lapriludo
nnd oxhiusti'ia. In fuel, I mim ill that
I rnuld not nltond to my Lt'slrrrs. I'iIpr
advised to try ijrot'j faits) arilla, 1 diil re,
ami I an hapiy to mv that II.' r.cdiclno
restored rot to perfect I.Mllh. lto rirro
mod AyeVj Sirsaparilla fr my elulilrrn. In
Tarlouacomphlnts, nml It hasalirars rnivcd
effective. I can sifolr rrT(inmiind it lo juf
ferjrs tu a truo Hood iitl.'.er."
Thoro aro manv Imitation
Bo suro'you Rot "AYCR'S."
Prrari4 k; Df. J. C. t U, ml, Jtaa., U. S. A.
JlTimi riLU, l'o bf . rurallj l.i.llr-..
NOTICE TO CHGDITORS.
The unde'iTlvned, Alice- Melrnlf, hav
ing been iippoluled eecutri of Iho
will of i:iunia Metcalf Ikalka, late or
Kulaiipap'i. Molokal, deceased, here
by gives iioilco lo 'all rredltora of Ilio
tab! ICmii'.n Med alt Ikalka, In present
their rlnlnin, duly iiuthcntliutcit, Pd
wllh pi-oper Miuehers, If nny oxbd,
eeii If the claim Is secured by limit
Mtge upon real estate In the said exe
(UlrW at Iho nPlee of Tliomphoii &.
demons, (MO Campbell llloek, Hono
lulu, Oahu, wl hilt six uioutlu of tho
ilatc of tho llrst publlialloii of Hi hi
notice or they will be forever baned.
Dated Honolulu, September Tlh,
Hxccutrlx, Will of Kmiiin Metcalf
3J00- Slept. 20; Oct. C, 13. 20, 2".
Notice To Candidates
For Election to the
Notice Is hereby given thai, where
an II lu requited hy law that Caudl
dati'h for election In tho Legislature
on the Island or Oahu, shall deposit
their nominations with tho Secretary
l" thu Terillory not less than Ten
Days befoio the Day of u licncial
Kk'ctlon, II will bo necessary that
iiucli nominations be llled In thls-ot-llee
not later than 12 o'clock, mid
nlghl, on I'rlday, Ihu 2tith day of Oc
Ill older to bo eligible to .election
as n Senator tt person shall bo a male
clllzeii of Ihu Hulled States; have at
Inlned tho ago of thlily years; huvo
resided In the Territory or Hawaii
not less than three year mid bo qual
llled (o voto for Senators lu thu Dis
trict fiom which ho is elected,
In order to bo eligible to clceMou
as a member of tho IIoiiso of llepie
scntatlves a person shall, at tho tlmu
ot election, have attained tho ugu of
twenty-live juars; be a mule citizen
of tho llnl'ed Status; havo resided In
the Territory of Hawaii not less than
lliree years; and shall ho ipinlllled to
Mito for ltepiet-etitntlvea In tho Ills
ti let from which he Is elected.
Hath nomination must ho accompa
nied by ii deposit ot Twenty-llvo nul
lum lu eiinli, and be signed hy not
lexs than Twenty-llvo duly qualified
doctors of tho District for which
such elec lion Is to bo held.
The name or names of the candi
date or candidates uhall bo printed
with 'he Hawaiian or Knglish equlvn
lent, If tilth (here he, If tho randhlalo
shall hi request thu Seerolaiy of the
Terrltoty lu willing ut thu tlmo hli
nomination is filed.
A. I.. C. ATKINSON.
Suerelury of Hawaii.
USOC-Oct. , IP, III, 17, 21), 21.
Mrs. Doris E. Paris
lias returned from San Franclcco and
wishes to announce) that on Monday,
October 15th, she will open an CQCncy
for Dr. E. E. McLaln's celebrated lulr
tonics, crcamo, etc., at 1150 FOIIT
Ohn will be prepared to (jive spe
cial Kcnlp treatment; alco Facial Mas.
sarje and Expert ManlcuJncj,
. J7T 7K
7 AF i VA
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Hawaiian Tropic Preserves
Case of Mts. Kearns delicious
Jams, Jellies and
makes a nice souvenir otPtho Islands. Tlics
Gosds arc carried by the leading wholesale
and retail houses and arc supplied (o (he
Pacific Miil, Oceanic and i. K. K. line of
MRjS. ANNIE KEARNS, .
FACTORY, HOTEL ST, HONOLULU, T.H
What A Burial Contract
Will Do For You
; Every man and woman In the Territory, whether rich or poor, should
become a member of tho Harrison Mutual Durlal Atsoclallon.
A proper burial Is aioured every member.
In case of death, whether from accident or natural causes, a $100 fu
neral la given to Class A members, and a $50 funeral to Class D members.
Funeral services may be held from the heme, or from the Association
Poomt, as relatives or friends may wish. Members become fully protected
for oil benefits from the moment they receive their membership certificate.
Any person in rjood health, from 1 to 70 years of age, is eligible for
After payment of membership tec, there Is no further cost than an oc
casional small assessment to pay the share In the funeral expenses of a
It Is the cheapest and most Important beneficiary ever offered to the
Ass n Undertakers
SECnUTAIIY'S OFFICE, ALAKEA ST. near KINO ST. Phone Main 411.
Trt'y Chemical Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs: About twp years an.o a very fine, well brtd mars I own
got whet seemed to be a Bad sprain of the off foro fetlooh, which mad her
very lame; I bllctered her and let nor run out for about four months, wtien
I took her up she was better but still lame and got worse whan worked. I
then tried another kind of blister with about the same results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of your Oave-the-Horso from your agent
In this city. After treating the maro with this for about two weeks I
nave her some clow driving; she improved very much, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I was able to drive her twenty or thirty mltoo with
out any apparent bad effects. She now goes sound; I also with tho same
bottle removed Kvo wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will be of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARFtTIN DURNELL, 401 California St.
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, ningbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken' down, bowed or strained tendon srr
any cace of lameness. Hnrxo ran bo
no Harm will result from sunldlni; of
tr rn Pr ,l0ttl0' with wrltton
'tho bent legal talent could
TROY CHEMICAL CO.,
TRADE SUPPLIED DY HOLLI3TER DRUG CO.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
C. B. REYNOLDS,
J. 757 ALAKEA OTRCCT NEXT
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR I3AGGAGB
Wc pack, haul And ship yout
jrcods and iac von money.
DmIch in STOVE WOOD, COAL jnd KINDLINGS.
Storage In BiJck Witehausc, 126 King St. Phone Main 58
aynny. 'vm. -
wnrhril iih usual ami with boots, ns
limb or destruction of hair.
Riiarnntcc, as binding to protect you la
Binghamton N. Y.
Tro N. V.
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