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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1912.
MRS. WEAVER RESIGNS WORK AT "J. H. SCHNACK IS
We Ask yst-Av
L1ALIL0 HOME; 10 LEAVE SOON
may be overcome
by a warm bath
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HJl'i Ht'.r .a WUWt by.,
bbtk f , SOc.
deary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Nrw steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address Trawets"AllC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
THE COLONIAL HOTEL,
an Emma Street, above
Vineyard, Is managed on
the defects of other hotels.
The result is very satisfac
tory to the guests.
Emma St., above Vineyard
REST FROM LABOR- The biwy rnnn
wIm. would haw- refr-liin.-iit after the
1 1 1-"!- it th." close of a lniry yc.ir may
,; t uhiit lu w.uitK when lie wunt It at
Train to the door
Rooms and Board
W. C. Dergin, Prop.
Bread Baked Daily
You can have ysur ordsr changed
daily and b supplied with any of
th.e varieties from
PHONE 1131 1134 NUUANU ST.
Ins tlie best IIome-Made
Bread, German I'ref.els and
Coffee Cake. He sure and
ring up 21 24.
1129 FOET STREST
Hotel Street, Near Fort
ilip L. Weaver,
H! ATTORNEY AT LAW
jjBaj"''. 512 Stangenwald Dullding Honolulu
m W. C. Achi "
mk-l ATTORNEY AT LAW
K, V Kaplotanl Oulldlno Honolulu, r. H.
HKf r". U. OOX bUO 10
Will Visit Hampton Institute,
Founded By Her Distin
Ait.r tin yearn of roiitlnumn ncr-
I. . us iiiiimiwr of U"' I.unallUi Hoin
m. until I liiwalliilK. Mr. I:lh-n Arm
trnir Wmvi-r H 50(111 to roullzo n
.nK-i'lurMiPil ilri-nin In 11 visit to
ll.nnptiin Institute, foumliil ly her
(IlKtlnuiiUlK-d hrntluT, (lim-ml S. t
ArniHtrtiiiK. Jim. Wcnvi-r pre-H-ntf-d
tier ri'KlRiintloii to the hoard of trus-tfi-n
ami will luxv fur the liiit on one
nf tin. fnnmlliin-Atirtriilliin (dcmm-rn
tin- liiltt-r nrt iif April ur the ilrat of,
.Mm Hit mlimlun will lie- InreiTulil
llrxt. ti c-nti-h tlie thrill nf the worl!
ivlu-n- ln-r lirothir'M ln'iirt was Mi-
xlirllii'il: second, to take Iiit Krnmlaon
to Iht il.uiKhter. Mm MorRim II. JoneH,'
nt HiiiImiii. N. V. ntnl. thlnl, to tnlto
a nitiih-nei-dfd ret Shi- will aurnd
mum- time wltli tier iliiUKMer aim wi 1
later m mi to Hamilton.
The I.111111I.I11 Home, which WH
foitiiileil liy Klnir I.11111IH0 an an Insti
tution for aReil, Infirm nnd needy Hn-
.iil.in. haw ever h.ul an Us IiIrIi mls-.thf
-lull to Kiilde the tottering Ktepn of old liroailmliideil rellKiinii li-wn. her eH-111:1-
and ileerepltude, care for the sick thetlo tiixtt-n. her mental attainment!!,
nn.l ilvlmr. f.-fil nml clothe the lillml limplrlni! peraonulltj and iletotlon lu
.mil needy and uplift the fallen. That
tills ulin hint heen ahuudantly realized
ilitrliiK Mm. Weaxir'K ri-Klint' H 11 fact
patent to all.
TIiihi' ulin linvo openly marveled
that 11 unman of Mm. Yai-r'x cul
ture nnd . Intellectual iittalnmentH
Hlioiild he willing to throw heart nml only It" hackhone for ten yearn, hut
nml Into a work of till character, :thi' Inspiration for Hh happy ami huc
niaklng her home mining the Inmatct'cewfiil development The hoard of ill
and gllng almost her entire time to a rectum l lit 11 h'-H to know how to
lank where her nlmndant talent were even lnadeiiiately 1111 her place, hut In
miperlluoiiH. have heen silenced hy the the renllnitlnii that 11 respite from the.
quiet dignity of her manner nnd the HtreinmiiM ilntlcH of ten yearn haH heen
el.tciit earnetne!iH which InnplreH her well eiuniil. they have accepted her
'.ire I.Ike Rent-nil Armstrong, Mm. resignation In the hope that she will
Weaver It heait mid mini fur lifting up return Invigorated, ready to pick up the
the opprcHed, and linn left no reason threads win-re she left on",
for doubt that the contact with re-1
lliiement and culture has been 11 po- KANSAS SUES TO
tent factor In the hucccsh of her work. 0jST GAS COMPANY
.Mrs. Weaver speaks the Hawaiian Inn-
iiiage lliuntly, mid has so Htudled'tho
primitive characteristics of the people
that she not only understandH them
perfectly, hut In master of every Hltiin-
Hon without the forfeiture of either
illgnlty or the esthetic shk- of her na
lure. While busily engaged In her
work mid allowing no opportunity for
service to pass, she inalntaliiH nil ex
ulted, though somewhnt Inactive, po
sition In society mid I n leading fuc
tor lu the educational mid religious
life of the city.
The daughter of pioneer mission
aries the Itev. ltli'haril Armstrong and
Mrs Clarissa Armstioag, whose mime
are Inseparably connected with thej
wyly life of Hawaii .Mm. Weaver In-1
lierltH their lofty nsplratlon-i mm capn-1
Hllltlen. Tliese traits, together with!
of travel, combine
lu producing rare elllclency.
When the ltev. William nichnrd.i, an
other of the esteemed early mission
aries, died, Mm. Weaver's father waH
called from the pastorate of tho Kn
waluhao church to take his place as
minister nf public Instruction, serving
faithfully lu this capacity until bis
death. Her mother Is said hy those
who have vivid recollections of her
wonderful Inllnence In tho early day
to have hi-hc 11 woman of Intellectual
ity and furce. The family was largo,
and each child wiih blessed with mark
ed Individuality. Mrs. Weaver, as a
young woman, lived In n world of ro
mance, her alms und views of llfo
helnx far In advance of those of most
girls of 11 similar ate. A certain plc
1 1 nancy of maniur Is retained to this
day. the stranger meeting her for tho
llrst time gaining tin Impression of tho
charm of an effervescent, hopeful na
ture combined with the mature judg
ment of later yearn.
Mrs. Weuver'8 early education was
acquired at Oahu College, where she
wiih easily one of the foremost In'tho
various departments of the school lite
of old I'un.ilioti. She Is considered an
authority 011 matters relative to facta
ami traditions of the early days. She
later became n Hiiccessful teacher, and
several of the older residents of Ha
waii, among whom line Hev, Frank
Damon Is 11 notable example, nre liv
ing testimonials of her elllclency. They
love In recall thu ilayH when sho was
the leaillng guide and Inspiration of
their young lives.
WI1II0 still 11 very young woman sho
went to the Stati-H for pleasure and
eiliicalliinal purposes, later marrying 11
man of wealth and culture. A period
devoteil to foreign travel followed. The
iiiupli- visited the chief places of his
toric Interest III the old world, ami us
this wiih considered Mimewhut remark
able In those ilayH, Mrs. Weaver wuh
liiilueeil to lecture upon her return to
California. She assumed the duties of
woman of wealth nnd.
.11.. 1 ... .1...!
leisure, and easily became one of tho
hailing educational forces lu Califor
nia's early history.
Yearn Liter, when reverses of for
tune weie met, she occupied n unique
position as superintendent of the coun
ty nnd city almsbouso In San I-'ran-clsi-o.
her husband assuming tho mnn-
Ijiter Mr mid Mm. Weaver returned
iiuuoiuiu, wnere air. Weaver Uleii.
r m 1
Mrs. Ellen Armstrong Weaver
Mix Wt-nvi-rs wonderful iimlKht Into
plilliwtiphlt-H of life, her xereiie and
her work are ipialitlea which make her
worthy of the close Hen which hound
her durliiK her hinther'K life to 11 man
who Iiiih heen culled the greatest Amer
ican nlnce Lincoln.
Her place lu the l.unalllo Home will
never I m tilled, an Hlio Iiiih lieell not
TOPKKA. Kan . Dec. 12. The State
t'tllllles I'ommlssion tmlay brought
milt In the Supreme Court to oust the
Kmi-aH Natural (Ian Company nnd to
,,.,., ul,f ( ln(n llo r) ,n ,,.
nltli-H for violating the anti-trust law.
Hllii VI bwr rn
Nl.at BlrI fl,r K,.m,ri 1(lllw Wlt ir,13
Maklkl St. ril27--t
Young white girl for cashier. Must
he accurate and of neat appearance.
Apply Young Cafe. 5127-31
New furnished cottage; all complete.
Addri-HH J. Hock, tltli Ave und l'alolo.
Bargains In Ocean View lots. Address
Jan. Itock, iith Ave. and l'alolo.
Mrs. M. Ferreira
ST., NEAR CONVENT
with Miss W'oodard
IN TI1K CIHCIHT COL'KT, TIUST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
bate. At ChambcrH, No. 4204. In tho
mutter of the Kstuto of John Kinme
liith, deceased. On reading und tiling
the Petition ami accountH of John II.
Wilson, Administrator of the Kstale
of John Kmnuhith, deceased, wherein
petitioner uhIih to be allowed 1C.S:!5 02,
und charged with t20,l27.20, und asks
that the name be examined and approv
ed, and that a II mi I order he made of
Distribution of the remaining property
to the persons thereto entitled mid dis
charging petitioner- mid sureties from
all further responsibility herein: It Is
Ordered, that Monday, tho 12th day of
lV-hruury, A. D. 1U12, at 10 o'clock 11,
in. before the Judge presiding at Cliuin-
bers of said Court at his courtroom lu
the Judiciary llulhllug, lu Honolulu,
County of Honolulu, he and the smno
hereby Is appointed the time and place
fr hearing said Petition and Accounts,
. . . .
11 nil mat an persons iniercHieu may
then mid there appear und show cause,
If any they have, why tho same should
not ho granted, und may present evi
dence na to who are entitled to the
said property. Dated the Cth day of
January, litis. Ily tho Court: (Seal)
M. T. SIMONTON, Cleik of the Cir
cuit Court of the I'lrst Circuit. W. S.
t l-MlngH, attorney for adinlnlstratur.
B127 Jan. C, 13, 20, 27,
J II. Nchnack went to Delhi, hul he
illdn't xtny fur the Darhar, one of the
cveiilH of the century
Mr. Hchnack arrived today on the
Mmmnlla, rumliiR hack to Honolulu hy
way of HhiKapore mid China, and upon
arrival he told why he didn't Ktny for
"There wan room for only 30,000 pen
pie under the coi'iinntlim tent," he Hale!,
"and my chance of helm; otie of thoso
CO.miO wai practically nothhiR. Not
0110 per cent of thoe who went from
America to Hie the Darhar xaw It. Ah
to the prucciHlon, there wnnii't any
I'hauce to Heo that In comfort. I had
heen Delhi make all the preparation-!,
nnd that wiih KorKinti enoiiKli for any
hoily. 1 illncnvcrct! how little chancu
there tun to nee the coronation, and
iihont two week heforc the date net, I
left I'm Klad of It."
He how a little of revolutionary
t'hlnn, nnlliiK linw fact the foreigner
lire Kettlng out of the trnuhloui illn
trlctH, nml nfier his hIx iihihIIih' trip,
Including rails and India, he In hack
and glad of that. too.
New Shriner Officers to Be
Inducted Tonight Talk
Aloha Temple or the Mystic Shrlnu
will tonight Install Its olllcers for thu
ensuing year. Those who will be In
I'otentate. Dr. Arthur (!. Hodglns;
chief ruhban. Charles (1. llartlett; us
slstant mhhan, Prcd C. Smith; high
priest und prophet, William II. Goetz:
Oriental guide, (leorge H. Angun;
treasurer, Harry II Webster; recorder,
Harry C. lliuns; llrst ccreinonlal iiuih-
ter, ThomaH II. Wall; second cerinu
nlal master, Frank II. Illchardson; di
rector, Lester IVtrle; marshal, Harry
tlrny; captain of the guard, Dr. Alfred
C. Willi! outer guard, Joshua D. Tuck
er; representative to Imperial council,
Jnmea H. McCaiidlcsa.
The past year, under the leadership
of Mr MeCiiiidless us Imperial poten
tate, has seen great things accomplish
ed hy the lo.nl temple, chief allium!
which wiih the tiitertnlhliig of the big
Shriner parly last I'ebruary on Its pll
gi Image here.
I'lalis will he talked over tonight for
sending the Shriner patrol to the next
meeting 01 the Imperial council, nt Los
Angeles, lu the spring.
DARR0W GIVEN $170,000
FROM McNAMARA FUND
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 8. lluiltig to
dispel doubt and ctith critlclm nf
Methods used 111 obtalimg nnd distri
buting the McNauiaru defense fund
j repoit of nil money collected and
distributed up to October 25th was
made public tonight with tho consetit
of I-'rnnk A. .Morrison, secretary or thu
American federation of Labor, who
Is custodian of tho fund.
The total amount received up to
that time was $19), 012. M, and the to
till expenditures wero $184,850.93. No
accounting Is nuido of the sums re
ceived mid spent since that time.
Claicnce Duirow, chief council for
the .McNuiiianiH, had, heen paid $170
000. It was said that narrow was to
pay his assistants from this amount.
In this connection, local International
uniun olllclals stated that It Is under
stood Harrow will not continue his
cilice lu Chicago.
Local attorneys who have li?en
looking after the Indianapolis end of
I ho case havo heen paid $11,000. I .en
M, Hnppapoit, counsel fur thu Iron
Workers' Union, lias reccHed, accmd
lug to report, $8500, and Henry Zel-
Frank I,. Mulliolland, an attorney
of Toledo, Ohio, wnn paid $ZUu for
legal services a,lvei lu that city.
Oilier Herns of expense are ll.s'cd
McNnmiira buttons, which were sold
in nil parta of Iho country, $1,120;
McNnimiru Hlainps, $108.U8; represen
tatives' expenses for addressing meet
ings, $5111; printing nnd mailing Amn
lean Federation of I.ihor Weekly
.Nows-I.etter, $1,113.15; postage, $380;
1 mid Incidentals In connection with
McNaium-a moving pictures films,
German Windjammer Smashed Rec
Afler a passage of 25 ihiys, tho Her
man Hailing vessel Htolnbek Cantnln
i ... -. . ... ...
; 'iien, reacueit mo uoiuinuia river rroiu
ISanla llosalla, smashing Iho rcconl
of the season for sK-edy sailing up
tlio coast. It is n passage that usually
has taken anywhere fiom 35 to '.)()
Wih lo complete. Tito Slelnhek came
lu ballast, and sho Is under chatter
to Iho I'oitl.ind Flouring Mills Com
pany In load whtat tor the United
Q. What Is good for my cough?
A. Aycr's Clicrry Pectoral.
Q. How long lias it bir.ii uscil?
A. Seventy years.
Q. Do doctors endorse It?
A. If not.wc would not r.:tke it.
Q. Do you publish the f.iniula?
A. Yes." On every bottle.
Q. Any alcohol in It?
A. Not a single drop.
Q. I low may I learn more of this?
A. Ask your doctor. He knows.
Ayer's Cherry fatal
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2.30 PJW. 2.30
HUCIILO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
Fill the House for tho Very Last Show
Tlll-1 IUHIHI-: CI1-' TIII-1 HURT
Moving Pictures will be
Better and More
Numerous than for
FRANCES and BENCE
Singer, and Character Sketch Artiste
There Is but one abso
lutely scratchless caster
" Feltoid "
These casters and tip,
because of their Feltoid
constructioni do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves it.
For sale by
J. liopp & Co.
OAHU FURNITURE X.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P O. Hoi til) Ptiorw 1011
Public ilrllt-il iiii-ii nml nnmi'ii lire
planning In ili-riimlii iinliiiiiiihlli-s fur
(he liurul I'nradr, Art) )uu unit uf
Whitney & Marsh,
We are now showing
Just received from New York
Diniiig Tables, - $3.60 upwards
Box .Lounges, -with Head, to $15.75
Box Lounges, plain, - - $13.50
FINEST WHITE MATTING PATENT HINdES
Always Low-Prlced Goodi, all the year round the tame, at
KING AND ALAKEA STREETS HONOLULU
hTo beit and most delicious Olive Oil on tho market. Dottled In
Nice, France, and guaranteed under tho Food and Drurjs Act of
IN I'a, Vz AND 1 GALLON TINS, WITH PATENT SPOUT
YOUR GROCER SELLS NICELLE
Art Loom Rugs
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of the old type Tungsten lamp has been entirely
overcome in this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for tho WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN.
AMD SOU WAKT A GOOD
Electric Co., Ltd.
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AM IEEN EVERY WHERE
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