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nVENINO BUI.LETIN, HONOLULU, T, II., MONDAY, AIIOH 1G, 1908.
Air Cooled Facts
If a furnace required a high decree of heat to accomplish a giroti
lesult, would you put a water-jacket around the furnace to cool it?
Ihen why do it in an automobile!
A gasoline engine makes power by turning gasoline into heat. The
hotter you can run it without igniting your lubricant, the greater effi
ciency you get out of your fuel.
The Franklin air-cooled motor normally runs at about 350 degrees,
hot enough to get high efficiency out of the gasoline but cool enough to
be well below the burning point of oil.
A water-cooled motor does not ncrmally get hotter than 212 degrees ;
at that tcmpeiature the water boih away and there is trouble. Hence
all Avater-cooled motors are under a heavy handicap, because they work
at about 138 degrees below the point of maximum efficiency.
The Franklin motor car gets more aatual going-power out of a gal
lon of gasoline than any other auto.nobile. That means low running ex
pense. Franklin light-weight means the-cconomy. Franklin construction
laminated wood frame ond nickel steel parts means repair-economy.
Combine all these advantages and you have the motor car that you can
afford to own.
Franklin Air-Cooled cars arc run with the greatest of success for
months in Summer in New York, Chicago and other places where the
thermometer goc3 higher than it ever does in these Islands, and they
have proved the right car for the hottest as well as th? coldest localities.
Ask the Honolulu users of Air-Cooled Franklins whether they keep
cool on the hottest days or not. Thcv will tell vou.
E. O. HALL & 'SON, Ltd,
that Mr Osboiirne and I lived with
licr that .Mr. Osliournc himself sue
Rested that I lono for my own good,
Abandoned Her Husband.
"During the four jcara that wo lived
In ltah I recoiled nil allowance rec-
-uiariy mid .Mr usiiournu and i cui
legal separation between her son and
his wife, according to Mrs. Osboiirne.
Ily using her control of the Stolen
roil estate the mother won Osbourne
to her side, the wife declares, and
both huvo used every effort to bring
about a dhorce, among cither things
offering her a large amount of mon
ey If she would Institute, charges,
Mrs. Osbourno udded.
Finally Mrs. Osboiirne says Bho
heard that Mrs. Stevenson was try
ing to kidnap one of her sons (o use
r.s a club lu bringing about n dhorce.
Himtln"a nf .Mm mnvonunn. nhn
f FT&J sa8' witched her San Tr.inclsco
4r Jr bouse, and eo she rent Allan, her
Wt 0 J Jmm elder ton, to 1 'or tin. id tcvcral weolcs
fL W f yyl ago Mi a O-buitrnf and her young-
jr, f&rJty Invo been In Now
---r Yoil. nnd nrrlwil In I'ortlnnd vph-
teid.y lind went to tho Uuscli rcid
deuce at IIIIlHdnlc.
Hiding From Mother-in-law
I caino to lllilidale lioplug to
hide from Mis. StcVenton," bald Mis.
Osboiirne. "I hae feared that sho
would attempt to kidnap tho chil
dren from our San 1'ranclsco 'home.
If Mrs. Steicnson could gain posses
sion of ono of the boy a she knows
flic could compel mo to teek a dlunco
I ruin my husband as the prko of re
"Mr Oiliouruc I at mo-ent In
New Yo: k, and wis are good fi lends.
As ci fi lends Know, the only thing
i thai has come between Mr Osboiirne
nnd inj self h.is been Mrs. Stevenson.
Aiways an eccentric woman, slio be
came apparently Insanely Jealous of
mo. Mrs. Stevenson has complete
tonirol of tho Osbour.ie 'ta'u during
her lifetime. Sho Is very wealthy and
used this wealth as a means to rule
n.,- inno is i i . . uyctiuuo .niraai ner nno niniio Hie
uur 1U08 Models are always ready for inspection at our show b0 miserable for me during tho tlmo
M Id aFRAID
POHTI.ANU, Ore., March 9. De
ilnilng that Mrs. Itobcrt Louis Stov
rnion, her mother-in-law, Is endeav
oring to Induce her to seel: divorce,
from her husband nnd that alio rears
Mrs. Stevenson will kidnap her clill
dicn, Mrs. Llojd Osboiirne, wlfo of
the author, has left her San I'ru'ncts
lu homo and, with her sons, Is stay
ing at tho residence of Colonel II. K. ,Thoy very recently niniio tnu an of-
Oosch, near Portland. Mrs. Osbourne for of n ur largo sum, of money if
leluctantly told her entire story to- 1 Would but bring charges against him.
day and severely censured Mrs. Stev- h.nve J I1'"c' "JX-1 tor both m
ejison as thb cause of all her domes- """J ior "l,erl ,'m,lB Stevenson a
tic dimcultlcs. Allowing Cut Off.
Ior several yeara Mrs. Stvcnenn "When she found that rbo could not
has done her utmost to bring about a buy mu Into tecurlng a divorce, sho
responded Ills mother Rave him Ills
choice of living wjlh her and having
his tegular nllownnce or of remaining
with mo nnd lining cut off. Mr. Os
bourno Is clever nnd a nlco fellow,
but was nut nblu to stand by his own
fnmlly against his mother and her
"Slnco then both Mrs. Stevenson
nnd Mr. Osbourne havo tried repeated
ly to forco ine Into securing a divorce
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attempted to slarvo me Into It. Sho
Instructed the New York attornoy
through whnnt my allow anco came,
upt to pay me any money. Ho with
held each month's remittance as it
was sent him b) Mr Osbourne. This
I discovered ulillo In New York, and
I will Bay thut Mr. Osbourno knew
nothing of li
1 "Mis. StiveiiKon Is now stajlng In
Santa llarbir.i At last her iitlltudo
became biicIi that I no longer dared
stay In Sail rianclrcu. I feared that
any minute sho or her ugonta might
kldnnu'anc of the boys. Men wero
Matching the house and I decided to
coniu to the Dosch place at llllldalo,
wliero 1 believed no one would know
whero or who wo wcio."
is. win mi
( Continued from Pare U
and Natures Cod." "So do I," uld
'The Man "
Then wn hcird the congregation
leaving the chiirih and Knew tho
service wus over. I am suro the
rrajer of gnilllude from our hearts
wa3 as slut ei o as mi pnocr that
went up to heaven thnt morning.
or we lould worship ngalii
through the h.ipp bounds of singing
birds nnd riutllng leaves. A little
later a band of Hawaiian singers
broke forth In toiig. There was tho
joy of life, ..the ring of joilth, the
JiTrob of llope, the thrill of patslou
lu thofrvuires. The' echoes took up
the strain and repeated It the
world Bcemed brighter, nnd life mole,
vital ns they sang. The sun was In
their song; and there was tho scent
of flowers, and the Joy of Nature In
"I would rather be welcomed In
heaVen byT music like that," I to Id,
'."than by those orthodox hymns."
I And "The' Man" nodded approval.
"Hive me liny kind of a heaven or
no heaven at all," he said, "rathir
than a place that tendinis mo of my
Coming across, the Pacific to Ho
nolulu the passenger list of 200 peo
ple contained forty-one missionaries,
en route to foreign lands. One Sun
day morning n little child of three
come laughing gnyly into tho ship's
writing loom. Her volco sounded
like a trill of a happy bird and 1
tinned to look at the child, Just as
her father, a joung missionary, call
ed to her' sternly, "Hush don't ou
know that thfs Is Sunday You must
not laugh like that."
It was not my business, of course,
but I could not remain silent.
' Please let lour baby laugh on Sun
day," I said. '"Surely God cannot be
displeased. And do not let her grow
up wltn n dread of Sunday as a day
"I do not' wlsli my child to con
sider Sundaya holiday," tho young
mlsslonar) replied, boldly. "Hut," I
r-lended, "you give her a wrong Im
pression of Ood. The best man I
know n man of a real lcllglous na
ture had to battle with himself for
jears to ovcrcomo n dread of tho life
after death, Just because ho feared
heaven would be like tho Sunday of
his New Kiiglnnd childhood. He
really felt hell lire would be more
"Clod's day Is dear to thoso who
love Him," said the missionary, and
he turned his back upon me.
The laughing baby tiptoed out of
tho loom, with trouble. in her .oung
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Special Sale of
Children's Colored. K,
Monday, March 16
Well made and of good washable materials. Sizes from
4 to 14 years. PRICE3 FBOM 50 CENTS UP.
. NEW LINE OF
FROM 05o A PAIR.
The Siberia brought down nmmu-1
uitlon nnd rillca In her hold when
flic nri.v'ei. here this morning.
It Is said that the master of the
Astral wll ma'ko an attempt to sail
r.wuy with Japanese sailors Instead
of American seamen. If It will bo
possible for htm to land them when
he arrives on tho Atlantic coast.
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i Indigo, by many said to he tho
fastest hnrsit in the Islands, won
easily from l'olu Mallet at Kaplolanl
Park Saturday. The distance was
three-eighths, of u mile, and Indigo
walked awny from the polo pony af
ter a good start on the stralght-avvay
rtrctch was reached. The mono)' on
the horses was about even, and
there was considerable of It up. '
Kxchange Five' again showed 'what
a real false alarm the Portuguese
horse Is. There was nothing to It
nl all. Angus McVJiee was starter,
nnd got tho ponies off well. Next
Saturday Indigo and Defender nro
matched for their .first race, and
Mallet and Candy Hoy will run off
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
will be offered at prices ranginf? from 25 Per Cent, to 50 Per Cent.
Reduction from regular price i, as follows:
MEN'S COL. and BLK. FELT HATS, formerly 1.C0, S1.7C,
2.oo, 12.50, S3.00, ?3.5oj NOW $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, 2.25,
A New Stock of DERBYS, formerly J3.00, J3.00; NOW $2.25,
MEN'S STRAW HATS, 33c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00. $2.50: WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY.
MEN'S MANILA HATS,$1.50, $2.00; A Very Close Imitation
of a Fine Panama Hat
MEN'S CAPS, 35c, 5Cc. 85c, $1.00, $1.50, $3.00. Here wc
have the New AUTOMOBILE CAP.
BOYS' STRAW HATS, 25e. 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25;
WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY!
BOYS' FELT HATS, $2.00; -Induced Krom 3.00.
CAPS, 25c. 35c, 75c. $1.00.
PANAMA HATS, 10.00, 1.00 and JlG.oo quality ALL
REDUCED TO $7.50. '
This includes the 1908 Styles.
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