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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, 8EPT. 2J, 1911,
MRS. WILSON IS CHARMINJi WOMAN
Wife of Assistant Secretary of. State Devoted to Husband Is
1 Rising Into Unusual Social, Prominence Society' at .the
n.nnitnl. -.. v - v.'
' BY C. S. ALBERT.
(f Inl I1 11 11 tin CiirriHiiiilon-n.)
VtAHIIlNilTilN. 1 V. Si it 8
"lm Hiiiimur IInstt-Mi." ii title bi'stnw
til iipoii Mr lliinlliitoii, Vllj"i,Jl,tli
l(iil otniK lff of till- Assistant He c
ritury uf Hlntr. Mils fiilr tn cllnis to
tlmt niltnlrcil mnl tinusuiil iiiiUkoh ns
I&hk ns lie ritn.iliiM In Wnshfnlttnn.
Jjis. W'IImiii In 11 iiriiinliuiit llisiiru In
nudity nt tiny n-nmin, Imt tho jiuiimrr
4J Ins maile iiri'tinlnoiitly hw own
i in- inriu siiiiiiuirs wsi, iinniciiiiiny
ri'innrl.nlilo knonlcilsi' nf llin Japan
mil InimiNiu" niul riislnms, Ailinlml
Tukii lliinirril, lUllulitdl, wlillo Mm.
Wilson r vn I I'O iin- pi uMirt-M of Iiit
r fl1-fif. In Ti)kio win n liir liiislinml
uri nil littnclii.' nf the nibassy there.
Mrs llnn bus on extemkil nc
lyiiliiinma In nil tliu sets uhlili make
hfi WtishlnKtim society. Oinclnltloni sho
hmms tliiirmiKliI)'. Tlio nrmy ami nny
men nrv nr ileoteil nillierents. Anil
ns Tnr tlio illiilomatn thfy onii niul nil
o:ir liy Mrs VIIi)ii To Iut bos
ton IiI ones, tnii, .Mrs Wilson hanll'Hal'K "JK,P ,ll"Jr I'"0" ' " Hummer
io Miimnii'ilc-1 I'M lifiifc.
Ill inasriillnlty n orltnlilc IMi
JjWli.it tliu rresklmt nnil 111
fiiinllj of cabinet ministers
liie..uil It In mi otherwise
?Tli'il t'niiltnl niul mailu of It' for lone-
lr. inusriilliilty n erltnlilc IMin
tlie mail fur their Hiiniinrr" trnuls,
IHlntlntrtoil W'llfttill. nnililtliiiia !Ii-mI nlilti
rilHeui'liliy Knux, In tin' rnnkliiB olll
rlal In Oil ell) Ami lilt wlfo lii-coineii
the Hrst I.inly In the I.11111I sn fnr nn
the District nf Columbia Is com-t rncil.
Devotion to Husband.
jJU'lMy ileMillou prompt Mrs WIN
f on to n main here during the mi in
sure, that nlthoimli etcry oth-
ii iloor In the cnpltnl may hu boanleil
up, there) ulll liu a welcome where the
'Hummer Hostess" reigns.
Rlto Hn Bun Rapid.
Thn rise to social prominence, of the
asslstniit secretary of state mnl blsulfe
has hem it matter of frequent com
mint Jure, In the three seasons Vim
lini mailc Washington her home, Mrs.
W1lo, one of the youiigml women In
ullli'lal life, has stcnillly pniRresseil III
ui nie, .lluntltiRtou Wilson Is Ken-
ciully ereillleil tilth cnhltiet or nmbns-
irn-r. Without lur liiisbnnil n Jaunt Knjliirti iimbltlons, mnl this fact Is
ltis no allurelnent for her. Her nt-neWj;iieiitlone.l In ntllcl.il circles wlth
liithnuiit to the Interests or the able onUrtilileJ., comment as to Mrs. WIN
.joiing nsnlstnnt sieretary Is such that U,,irf imtlsiial illness for such n posl
nhe has learned to he content ttliercwr, tlnri."Aii an oillcl.il hostess she has
liutiinii calls him., ihcenrn conspliuous success, nnd ilur-'
1'ileiuls say tb.it should the Rotern- Iin?" lier husband's diplomatic sertlrn'
mint dtelde toinnirim to si nil Mr Wll shon.tmiKcil In make herself Immense,
sou to the PfHiit ot Sahara or the.ly popular wherever she happened to
North I'olCj Mrs. Wilson would tilth-lb'1 siniloned. 'Her cordial manners nnil
mil nilllnir down mis nialedktlons on ndoiiUlblllty.ltlcrensed the fnwirnhle
Uncle S.un, decide tmlle cliierfully to finpn-sslon'maile liy her beauty
ticdiinpany him .In the shortest pos-1 ,
Bible time she would mniiUKi' to p.icUj Tlio Japanese ambassador and liar
the Kre.ilest niimbtr of inanrlonsly omss Ucblda hui come tn WnsliliiK
inodlsli frni kK nnd hats and set oft tun from ,the Hummer heailiiunrters of
We like toSell
There's moretreal ssitisfaetion to us
in selling a high grade article than in
making a big quick profit because it
means a steady future customer.
Whtn we sdl Kodk goods we know that
our customers will be so well satisfied that we
will hold his trade. That is why we handle
the Kodak line exclusively not merely Kodak
cameras, but the simple little Brownie cameras
and the Premo cameras for use with glass plates
and the daylight loading Premo Film Packs
and the Graiiex cameras, with their marvelous,
focal plane shutters so fast .that they will
catch a humming bird on the wing. We have
too the Hawk-Eye cameras with special features
of their own and the Kodak' films and plates
and papers- all goods which' are made byvafi
ous divisions of the Kodak Company goods
that are right because made by a concern that
can't afford to sell goods of any other kind.
Let us show you ,the new goods from the
Kodak City. '
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic". Fort below Hotel
JUST TRY A TEN GENT
BOX OF MSGARERS
Insures joii for inonllis niriilnst n Sick
lli'iiriiiclir, HlllnusnrsK, Coiistlui.
lion iir ii Hint Stomach.
happlh on the first train out They
fin tiler add that as soon as she ar
rived at lur destination she would
I'ejlln makliiR friends aiiionR the iibor
thn embassy1 nt llueiin Vista, to make
preparations for their departure, the
last of the month The nmbassuilor
haw Just been appointed minister of
limit and New Hampshire They flt
pect to lslt Mr, nnd Mrs. Wllllanv'j,
lloarilmnu, on the north shore, uiid1 re
turn to Dalotn, Mnss. .
.llllnes mid In tint spneo of three daH,forelKii nffalrs In the cabinet of the
vjould have licuint' social IcivdjrjiC llii Ji(paneso empire, u'nd 'they, wlll.leate
plan-. .They point to Mrs. "wiSoiVh, tor .liip.in "within a few weeks. Ilaron
prestlRii In WnshlliRtou n smnellilnR IMilda's sin lessor iih nmb.iss.idor nt
liiilte extraordinary for the wife of nn U'ashliiKlon has not et been named.
oltlilnl who Is below- cabinet rank Of
nil the olllclal mntroiiH to uboui ills-j The seen Inry of state and Mrs. Hill
tljieulshiil forelKiiera nro prcscntiil, nude C. Knox, wjiu Iiumi been nt their
Mis Wilson seems to remain lump-it country pi t nt Valley Toree, l'a., for
lli their recollictlons. , lihe urwltr '-V- of the Hiimmir, will
She entertained Tono. Icojto the Itretlon Woods tomorrow- to
Kbe It wns who entirtulned Admiral spend the month nt tlio Mt, WushliiR
Tc?" when tlio "(Irnnil Old Man of ton.
Japan" paid his recent visit to thin!
('liy Chnrmnl with lur statrHiiie Senator and Mrs. W Murrny Crnno
bciuty. her Kraclniis iniinnirn nnd lur are on nu nilloinvblle trip through Ver-
Miss Ruth Celeste llalley, daughter
or Hen.itor mid Mrs. Joseph W. llalley
of Texas, was married on Wednesday
evinlni!, HiptemUr 0, to Audley Calvin
KIiik ot Lou AliKeles, Cnl. The wi
iljnt," occlirred In Ijiurterdnle courfly,'
Miss., nhhouiTli tlii' nnnouncement Vhs
made nnd the Invitations Issued here.
The I'l'iemony wns performed nt the old
1 In II i v homestead, whom this family of
nolo had Its orlKln. Mr. King; Is n Cal
Ifonilan of prominence, mid the cards
stnte that the jouiik couple will beTlit
Inline at 989 West fith street, I.os An-
1,'elvs, after October 31. I
WLD DEER KNOCKS
NHW YOTIK. N. V.
Thompson, n farmer Using near Cald
well, X. J., was knocked down by a
wild deer nnd wus rendered uncon
scious for several minutes. lis had
a cash In his face from the animal's
hoofs whiih required several stitches
to close, Ai'i'ordlns to Alexander
Thompson, the" farmer's, son, lie, unci
his father visited u buy barracks In
the re'ai1 of tllV barn to get hay tor tlio
cattle. J nn
His father 'reached the place first
and started to pull down the bay. Ah
ho did so n. large full-grown deer,
which had been feeding nt the other
side of the barrack, became frightened
and bolted. In Us haste, to get nway
it struck the farmer with great orce,
knockliiK him down, and "as It con
tinued Its tllKlit It stepped on tha. fal-.
leu man. ,
218S rdltorlnl roomi 2256
business oftlee; TheBe are Uic tele-
Kept. 2. John iphon. nomberi of the BilletlB.
'r -: ' mimmmtmmmmmmimmmKm
It is the ideal refrigera
tor in food -preserving
qualities, ecoqomy of ice,
"ease in which it can be
cleanel, appeafrfnce, etc,
l'ul aside Just once tlio Sallt.,
C.illinrtlc l'llls, Castor Oil or piiru
llvc waters which inorely force a
pilHKUReway tluoiiRli the IhiwoIs, hut
do not thoruuRhly cleanse, freshen
nnd purify these draliinKo 'or alimen
tary Organs, and Imvo no elTcct what
ever upon the liver nnd stomach.
Keep oiir IiibIiIo oruans pure nnd
Iresli with Cnscnrets, which thorutmli
ly ctennsc Iho stomacl!. remove tlio
nnillRestcil, soul and fermcntltiK food
Mid foul HUM), take tlio excess lillo
fiom the liver nnd carrj1 out of 'the
sjstein all tlio ilcconi)Oscd waste mat
ter and pulsuna In. thu lutcsiluoa nnd
A Cn3carot tonlelit will mnKc you
feel Kroat by inoinlns. They work
wlillo you Bleep never Krluc, Hick
en mnl cost only 10 cents n box frJUl
your driiRKlst. Millions of men nnd
women take n Cascnret now and then
mid never liavo Hendaclio IUIIoiib-
noss, coated tongue, Indigestion, Sour
Stomach or Constipated bowels. Can
carets belonR In every limiseliold.
Children just lino to take them.
' ' Nil nivisniN
An reported briefly in tho second
edition of tho B u 1 1 o 1 1 n yesterday
afternoou the Supremo Court lias
bunded down a decision In favor tlf
the trustees against Mrs. OeorKo Heck
ley, nee Mary Beatrice Campbell. This
was a friendly suit brought to deter
mine the right of Mrn, Campbell to
claim distribution of her sliuro of the
estate. Tlio trustees took tlio stnnd
that sho was not Jetof ago nnd that
they could not therefore accede to her
In tliolr pica for abatement, which
the Circuit Judge sent-.to tho Supreme
Court for decision, they alleged that
the plaintiff "Is not yet eighteen years
of ago nnd will only attain tho ago of
seventeen' years on tho 12th day ot
October 1911," and Innsmucli ns the
proceedings were not brought on be
half of the plultnlft by a next friend
or other representative legally en
titled to act -on her behalf they pray
Judgment of tlio writ nnd bill, and
that, same may bo quashed. In, other
words, was the plaintiff's disability of
minority removed by her marriage?
In the decision the Supremo Court
stated, "if the disability of 'minority
continues as to n femnlo until sho'nt
talns tho ago of eighteen years, not
withstanding her marriage before sho
arrives at that age, and ye are clear
ly of the opinion, that such disability
docs so continue, It follows necessar
ily that tlio plaintiff did not possess
thn necessary legal capacity to insti
tute this suit and she cannot maintain
Further. "Wlillo it Is truo that scr
tlon 2322 It. K, provides that 'tho
marriage of any female who Is under
the guardianship as a minor, 'shall op
crate as a legnl, discharge, to her
guardian.' (Hx parte Prank l'ahla, 1 r.
Haw. u7!), it by no means follows that
such discharge of guardlunshlp oper
ates as a removal of tlio disability of
"The plea In abatement, in our opin
ion, Is good In law and and should bo
sustained. The question reserved
therefore, is nnswered in tho alllrm
iitlv'e." lu summing up the whole of the
ense the matter Is laid In tho follow
ing 'manner: "lnfunta feinulo In
fant inurrluge of disability. Not
withstanding the marriage of n fe
male Infant her disability continues
Until bKo uttuins the ago of eighteen
, Moderately Priced
Full' hinerof Sizes
Theo.'H Davies & Co;, Ltd.,
HE IS NOT INSANE
J'lTTSIHIRO. Sept. 4. Aii answor
was filed today by Harry K. Thaw,
Uirougli his attorney, former Govern
or Wllllum A. Stono, to tlio, petition
of his wife, Evelyn Ncsblt thaw. In
which Judgo I.. 1.. Davis was asked to
appoint a lunacy commission' to take
charge of tlio income of Thaw in thin
stato and piovldo for tho ttupiiort of
tho wlfo. Thaw's Income is said to
uo IGO.OOO a year.
Thaw claims that tho verdict of
tho jury lu Now York statq of finding
that he was Insane ami twit Iho de
cree, confining him In MatteAwati was
statutory and not a proceeding as to
tlio lunacy of Thaw. Ho claims that
tho fact that he is still confined at
Mntthcawan docs, not Judicially or In
any way establish bis present Insan
ity. Tho answer alleges that tho pe
tlUon asks tha court to do what It
has no authority to do.
In tho second part of tho answor
Thaw stotes: "Your affiant Is not at
present Insane Ho Is quite cnpahlo
of attending to his own affairs, and
(Iocs attend to his own affairs. If
Ihoin was over any derangement men
tally, the nllUnt had eullioly recov
ered fiim It and Is now lu tha pos
Bofslon of all his menial facnltloa."
fievi.n vlitlms of the train wreck ut
Manchester, N. Y., were burled from!
tbelr hoiiies In towns udjuient to 1'Itts
THE STEARNS & FOSTER
(AHMCofievcm' gcnunc Mr tress) l
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Stearns & Foiler name. A moil Comfortable and Econbmical Mattress
to buy. - ,
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and Walked About
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season. No smarter footwear has
ever been seen in this town. And
their ttim custom styles are not
tneir only exclusive ieature.
give you the same petfect fit arid comfort as made-to-measure
shoes because they are made in quarter-ska just
double the number of fittings found in other shoes.
We have a wide variety of styles in these new Regal
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