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HVENINO T1UU.ETIN. HONOLULU. T. Jt.. SATURDAY. SEPT. 17. 1510
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Why Have Your
gees and Flannels
Tlio San I'ranclseo Tost of Septem.
lor G gives the following Interview
with Princess Knwannnakoa:
I'rlncosti Abigail Wnhlkanhuula
Kawaunnnltoa, widely known In two
lontlni'iitB as ono of tlio most beau
tiful women which the world lms
)et produced nnd widow of the latu
nilllionnlro Prince David of Hono-!
lulu and San r'rniiclsco, Is preparing'
for a round of gaiety hero hcfoio'
Inllltie her brother. 'Trlnco Cupld,"
in Washington. Her ilrut morning'
ill home In her mansion at lfj Pre-'
iddlo place, since her return Sunday
night from Honolulu, where she wns
tlio finest or the government nt the
dedicatory exorcises nttoml'int upon
the uiiiclllng of the $30,0H0 mntiBO
1 ruin of Hawaiian royalty, was n
eticnuous one and her hour of aris
ing was Eel forward by nn Inter
viewer. She's a "Good Fellow."
Tlio woman who Is credited with
being one of tlio most beautiful In
(lie world is nlbo one of the ipost
genial. To use n colloquialism which
Che has adopted, she wants to bo "a
good fellow." Her local citadel was
enshrouded In dampness and n chill
lug fog hung around the house when
bIid was awakened to be told that
lomcoue wanted her to tall; about
"Ha, ha, you can't make me mad,"
raino a voice from behind a bedroom
door; "I guess reporters know that
most 'women are willing to talk
about themselves. 'Tell him I'll be
1 1 13 lit downstair:)."
The ilchly l docointad -reception
room w.ib lighted up and eijlored
ny one oi me iiousuiiiums won e.u cu
ed carefully until she came to a lux
urlous dlvnu from iiuilor which two
Utile gray suede' high-topped hoots
poked their tips, ,Tho pending foot
gear wns,wrsic,eu aw;ay nna mo vis
itor wuii7 left with " the Impression
that Bouietchttd had left tlio little
hoots there until the Princess nl
peaied ii few minutes laterv
QicetcdAby Vision of Hed.
A vision of red, J wearing a red
mottling gown, little red silk Mil
pers, and with her hnlr knotted Into
n wealth of way black, she tripped
down the stairs and lield out a hand
nn she ejaculnted with gltllsh good
liiimnr. "Can Mill beat it?" She
pointed to a chair, curled herself up
in another near by and began.
"It Is queer that people tako an
Interest In me, but It Is nice to hne
them do bo It one's behavior Is good
nnd thoro Is no scandal. ' I don't
mind talking to the newspaper men
here -men do treat mo very Hire.
You see this Is til) home, my favorite
city I como hcio to buy m clothes,
New Phone, 1557
revel in the delights of the round
of gaiety which Is always to bo found
here and to benefit my health by the
climate which is good not that my
health needs any benefiting," she
"Klrst let mo tell J on that 1 mil
concealing a romance, or was until
1 decided to tell It. I have with me
Miss Ada Hhodes, one of the wealth
iest nnd best-known society leaders
of Honolulu. She Is pretty nnd ever
to nice, but she is In love, . Yes, sho
is engaged to marry u handsome
Englishman, Mr. Williamson, presi
dent of the Honolulu Stock Hx
ihniige, mid a 'big hug' In 1 don't
know how inntiy other things. Miss
Hhodes Is here to put chase her
trousseau, and to get nil tlio nlco
things which girls about to get unir
"More) I Mil) lie 1 have mado
trouble, for when the tradesmen rend
that a wealthy girl Is here going to
by something I will wahe up, as early
as when )ou came, nnd And n long
line of men standing In front of
the house waiting to show samples
or offer bargain pamphlets. Talking
a lot, ono is npt to be Indiscreet,
"Now, Miss Hhodes Is worth while
and would be Interesting. I will in
vade the sleeping beauty's, bedroom
and borrow hor picture It will he
fun to see It In u newspaper. Peo
ple In love nre very nice and all the
world likes to hear about them, but
they do act so funny and serious. I
know, because I was married when I
was seventeen, Just nine )cars ago,
and 1 am ti mother now with three
rhlldicii. It won't he eo terribly
long befoio they get It the love
sickness and they should be lucky,
the dears; they are so pretty,"
A glance at MaBter Kaplolani Kn
watinuakon, aged 8, nnd a sight of
little Mtluoknlanl, G ears old, who
Is named after tlio former queen of
Hawaii, whoso niece Is their mother,
tlio pilucess, cunvlnced the observer
Hint mother line had not prompted
her to ovei estimate the children's
Cupid a "Hulking Brute."
"if )ou will be so good nn to run
upstairs with me and help undo my
big trunk I will try to find mine
clippings f i inn Hawaiian papers
which will glvo jou the mimes
printed out. Our names aie so hard
I do not want )ou to waste )our time
making me a spelling teacher," sug
gested tlio princess.
When her wish wns bolng carrleil
out she hopped up the stairs nnd
chatted gayly about Honolulu, San
rrauclsco, Washington ami her
"hulking In tile" of n biother,
"You should seo my brother
really a brother-in-law 'Cupid,'
who is In Washington. Ills name Is
so hard that the people still call him
by the nlckilnuio which ho wns given
when he wns a baby and did look
like it little bronze god of love. Ills'
real name Is J. K. Kalaiilanaole anil
ho Is n delegate to Congress from
Hawaii The funii) congressmen
like to cnl him 'Cupid.' nnd do so.
It Is indeed amusing when they call
for 'Cupid 16 take the lloor. The
great big hulking hruto does not
look like. u cuphl now. lln, ha, be
lstoo fut, buCoh so-o-o Jilce.
Likes a Day, Life. ,
"You seem to want mo to talk
about, things which interest me, so
t will tell )ou. I like a gny life.
Il.ibchall I am devoted to It; polo,
1 wufch with enthusiasm; golf, ten
uis all the sports. 1 watch them
and some of them I play myself. I
like to bo where I can start some
thing. Nolso nnd excitement keep
one young and gay. When I nin In
Honolulu 1 have a continuous round
of pleacure gay times, 1 tell ou.
"If ou are not married )ou would
like to go to Honolulu. It is a guv
place. Next to Honolulu. San Fran
cisco Ib the best and liveliest city;
but If this is 'The Paris of Ameilcn'
and it should be what Is Hono
lulu As I befuie said, If )ou are
not married, ou should visit mv na
tlo city; there they keep things
humming. There Is n cosmopolitan
crowd, and they can 'innko a pace.
I can not begin to tell you all of
the gaiety that Is there for one who
knows how to get acquainted. There
Is often troublo getting Introduced
Into society, unless )ou aro very well
known; but, without trjlng to break,
Into social functions, there Is )ct
excitement where ono has money nnd
Dashing Americans in Islands.
"It teems strange that an English
game, polo, has such a hold as It has
In Honolulu. When I was over there
during three months, there was
hnrdl) a day but what n could get
out to a fast hj!o game. Well
matched teams, line horses and hand
some men to bo seen In abundance.
I huvo noticed re.-ently that Hono
lulu Js becoming mnro of n military
tenter filled with dashing American
officers, who do everything well.
' Although I hnvo been away from
San Franc I mo for only n few mouths,
1 am startled to seo how fast they
nto building up the city. Hiding
through the sliects, ono can a in use
ciuo'B-scIt counting the now buildings
put up within a few months. They
could not bo counted on the lingers
and toes not that ono wants to
count on their toes horc
' A morning talk does one good. I
con go lniLk to bed. luue my meal
with more appetite, take n little
Big - Ditch Root Beer
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Without Injury to the Garment
Women's Evening and Street
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more sleep let us hope t bat it Is n
beauty nap and then another dip.
One, should be what J on nil 'a good
Surrounded by "Good Fellows."
llesldes Miss Hhodes, her guest.
the princess carries i retinue of
helpers and Is constantly attended
by a comely companion who has 11
fund of jokes and Is familiar with
life In many countries, Irs. Hit.
channn, of n formerly prosperous Ho
nolulu family, seems to bo a highly
entertaining companion nnd shows u
unlquo .way of making suggestions.
The princess will make her home
in San rrauclsco during u part of
the coming winter, hut she gays that
she Is constantly obsessed by the
"wanderlust" and finds travel the
best way to avoid ennui. Her son
Kalakaua, a tied 7 yeais, Is visiting
ox-Quqen Mllunknlniil and Is In
charge of an uncle In Honolulu.
where he Is lo bo educated. When
tlio Princess Knwaiiiinakoa goes to
Washington, via Now York City,
she will send her children who have
been with her here, back to Hawaii,
whom sho belleies they should ho
educated among the people who care
most for their welfare nnd whero
the climate is mild.
Sought in Marriage by Many.
It Is understood that many men
havo sought lo marry the beautiful
Beg. V. S. Fat. Offioo
their pristine freshness
high standard is
Department that prevails in the Laundry
princess, and she has been urged on
all sides to forego widowhood.
Although her face has a delicate
hrouie tinge nnd her hnlr Is wuvy
Jet black, the Princess had an I'ng-
Itsh father. She Is the daughter of
James Campbell, n uilllloiiulie sugar
planter of the Islands, who acquired
mi Immense fortune In Hawaii, mar
ried 11 woman from the native no
bility there, nnd brought his family
to this country. His daughters were
educated at tlio convent of Notre
Dame while he had a homo for them
In San Jose.
t'pon his death tlio Princess In
herited n part of his fortune. Her
mother later married tlio celebrated
Hawaiian capitalist nnd social light.
Colonel Sam Parker.
1'poii her marriage to Prlnco Da
vid In ISO1! sho herntne widely
known In many of the capitals nt
Kuropo mill especially well known
hero where her husband took t
home. Since his death in 1908 In
tills city sho has been In retirement
nnd has devoted her attention to her
children. Sho Is of roynl status
, through t.er husband, the Prince.
and through her mother's rank, nnd
Is a nlero of former Queen I.llluokn
lnul and the lute King Kalakaua.
Miss I.nrllno Mntson. whoso picture
also appears today. Is one of the de
butantes of last winter. Sho Is thu
Gowns and Wraps restored to . -;
maintained in the
only daughter of Captain ami Mrs.'
William Matsou, nnd with her parents
leceutly made a visit to Honolulu.
Since her leturn from the Islands
rlie has presided nt a series of lun
cheon mid thcatie parties In compli
ment to Miss Wllheluilnii Tenney of
Honolulu. Miss Mntson has more ac
complishments than the usual society
tllrl. Slid Iii'kMph nn ItitoH'allnp ibAr.
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somillty. Her dancing In the Husslan
group of hist 'winter's "Professor Na
poleon" marked her ns especially
cleur and graceful. S. I. I'xamliier.
Mr. nnd Mrs. flurold Castle are oc
cupying the Alexander Oltchrlnt
Hawes Jr. bungalow In Mauoa Val
ley. This homo Is ono of the most
artistic In town, It fs also bealitlfullx
situated, commanding a suiierb view
of the Manna Hldge of Mountains and
also 11 mnrlno view.
Mrs. Wnlcult. wfe of Captain Wnl
cntt of the Fifth Cavalry, spenf sev
eral dn)s In town ns the guest of
Captain and Mrs. Frank ltobards at
their bungalow at Walklkl. Mrs Wal-
cutt Is a social fnvorlto wherever sho
goes, when In town sho Is the motif
for much entertaining,
Miss Moyer of tlio Y W C A. Is
spending her vacation nt llnlelwu
Miss Wurts entertained some of her
friends last Wednesday evening with
Distilled Water and Syphons
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n motor party to Hnlflwa and a dell-..;
clous dinner which was served onlhe "
priinlo lanal of that liopular betch..
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win nrn i.nliiliii- thi, nulet nt trnln. .
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.Mirny nro planning to spend Re- -gat
In Day and Sunday nt llalelwa.
Thero Is n dance there tonight. .IK,
Captain and Mrs. Arthur Marlx nf t
the V S, Marine Corps nre visiting i"
with Army friends at i.ellehua, ( LP
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