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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN,. FRIDAY, OCT. IS, 1912.
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SUFFRAGISTS HOLD SPECIAL
MEETING; PLANS FOR FUTURE
Under Leadership of Mrs. J. M.
Dowsett Interest Is Rapid
A Kioial mfetinK of th- women
who are intore.stfd in woman's suf
fraRf in Honolulu was called at rh
home of Mrs. J. M. Dowsett yesterday
afternoon. The urjKse of this meet
ing was to adopt a constitution and
The meeting '.vas opened by the
president, Mrs. .1 M Dowsett. and
prayer was offered by Mr.-. Sarah Ka
li, (he vice president. Though there
are but few foreign-born women here
who are as yet actively interested in
this cause, the constitution and by
laws were read both in English and
in Hawaiian. ,
The first article the constitution
Kays that the suffrage organization
here shall be called the National Wo
men's Equal Suffrage Association of
Hawaii. The Hawaiian women are
anxious to vote and they are ready to
do all they can to gain equal suffrage.
One of the members said yesterday
that up to the present time the native
women haVe not known just what
steps to take and therefore have made
no progress but she said that with
Mrs. Dowsett as the president they
feel that the cause will surely ad
vance. All of the members are anx
ious to be active and want to arouse
Interest among all of the women in
the city irrespective of nationality.
The National Womans' Equal Suf
frage Association of Hawaii is to have
eight officers the president, two
vice presidents, a recording secretary,
a corresponding secretary, a translat-
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i ing secretary, a treasurer and an edi
1 tor of the official organ. The con.sti-
I tution is complete and prepares for
I the years To come. It is well drafted
jand the women themselves are satis
fied with it.
One of the first seps the suffragists
are to take is the house-to. house can
ivassing in the different precincts.
This will be done so that some inter
lest may be awakened in the Hawaiian
J women who have up to this time
j shown little interest in suffrage. Also
ja committee is soon to go around the
I island of Oahu with the purpose of in-
tf resting the women in the Koolau
! The women in Honolulu are sure to
I vote some time, and they hope that
that sometime will not be very far off.
I They are earnest, active suffragists,
inot suffragettes. There is a vast dif
ference in the meaning of these two
words, and they are often confused by
the people. The Pankhursts, who
have jecn in the limelight for some
time and are known as window
smashers, and who do not hesitate to
assault men, are suffragettes. They
believe in the militant suffrage. This
sort of thing does not awaken sym
pathy but, on the contrary, arouses
antagonism, regardless of the fact that
every great political reform has been
brought about by militant means. The
women of America and the women of
Hawaii are suffragists. They want to
vote because they feel that it is their
right but they have no desire what
ever to destroy property or people.,
The women are not working for suf
frage through any selfish motive, but
for the upliftment of the people and
for a better and greater Hawaii.
Nothing adds more to the charm of
the living of dining room than an ar
tistic electric, lamp. V
Our present display of electric
lalnps exceeds in beauty and variety
anything to which we have called your
attention. The . most exclusive pro
ductions of3 the world are assembled
here. . ,;. ... . , c-., A.
A Few SDestire Trices
'Va: SPECIAL VALUEi 19 Inches
high, old brass finish,., art glass pan
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Satin, Patent, Dull
- $3.50 a Pair
DESCENDANT OF OLD SPAIN
COMES TO HONOLULU
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Sept. 30. Mrs.
Rudecinda F. S. de Dodson, who, with
her son, Carlos, sailed Wednesday on
the Matson liner Wilhelmina for Ho
nolulu, is a member of one of the old
est Spanish families of the coast a
family which has jossessed consider
able property in this section since ear
Mrs. Dodson now contemplates pur.
chasing a portion of the beautiful es
tate formerly owned by the late Ad-
miral Ceckley. at Waikiki beach, and
; negotiations are already under way.
A mansion home is to be built on
the property, and Mrs. Dodson will re
side there during the winters. Her
son expects to finish his education in
the islands, and goes now to enter the
College of Hawaii.
Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence J
WAILUKU. Oct. 15. The Baldwin
House kindergarten at Lahaina has
opened most successfully this .fall.
Over SO children of all ages have been
enrolled. This is a large number for
the kindergarten. It receives most
hearty support from all the parents of
Lahaina. The larger proportion this
year is, as usual, from the Japanese.
H. B. Penhallow, Geo. P. Cooke and
some others nominated at the recent
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as a young girl's after a Danderine
hair cleanse. Just try this moisten
a cloth with a little Danderine and
carefully draw it through your hair,
taking one - small strand at a time.
This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt
or excessive oil and in just a few mo
ments you have doubled the beauty of
your hair. ' -
A delightful , surprise awaitsr partic
ularly those who, have- beet careless
Retain the Natural Juices
of the Cooked food.
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We have on display the most complete stock of the popular and beautiful
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Sets $2.50 to $40.00
Single pieces sold to match sets. Your inspection cordially invited.
Republican convention held at Wailu
kii spent a day or two on the Lahaina
Fide of Maui in the campaign. They
leave on Wednesday this week in
company with still more of the politi
cians' for Hana and vicinity. The trip
will take at least seven days.
Hugh Howell escorted the Maui
Loan Commission through the Olinda
Kula pipe-line region last Sunday. It
was an all-day ride. The party re-j
lunieu iu a.iiui.u id"- in ine evening.
Mrs. James C. Foss. Jr., left on Sat
urday's Lurline for an extended vaca
tion on the coast.
Mrs. George P. Cooke. with her
j three children is visiting her brother's
family, Rev. and Mrs. Henry P. Judd,
PONY ACT IS
"Dat lil pony" as John Hedges
colored gentleman, called it. was the
star of the show at the Liberty theat
Ci last night, when Leon Marris
wrestling ponies were featured on a
bill full ot cood things.
Three si t lands, handsome animals,
too, Mr. !. i Morris and the aforesaid
John Hedges, make up the pony act,
which is one of the bet animal turns
ever seen here. The ponies are finely
trained, and they seem to enjoy the
performance just as much as the peo
ple in the house.
Mistah Hedges is the gentleman
who undertakes to throw the ponies,
whose hair has been neglected or is
! scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin.
Lesider beautifying the hair, Dander
ine dissolves every particle of dand
riff; cleanses, purifies and invigor
ates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and . falling hair, but what will
please you most, will be after a few
weeks use of Danderine, when you
will actually see new hair fine and
downy. at first yes but N really new
hair growing all over, the scalps If
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Cream of Tprtsr
catch-as-catch can, and he has his
hands full. While he is tackling the
bigger equine, the "L'lfeller" comes
around and bites him, butts him,
lucks him and otherwise maltreats
him. .The comedy is fast and furious.
The best thing about this act is that
P. has a human flavor even to what
the ponies do. It is a big winner with
Toe La Boheme frio. the Lancaster
Opera Company and tte Patterson art
models round out a generous bill.
At a meeting of the Associated
Physicians of Song Island, 200 prom
inent doctors of Brooklyn and Long
Island voluntarily pledged their
bodies after death to the dissecting
It is difficult to convince a self-
made man that he has cheated him
self. ,.;,. , .. ..
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COMEDY, PATHOS, 7
A3T ABSOLUTELY FOUM
OF ; EXTEBTAIJfMOT
Mr. Samuels,' Lectures , are en. f
dorsed by Clergy, Police and
every organization, working for
THE GOOD OF HUMANITY ,
f H E A t E R
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Alkali Ike did and it caused SOME
fun. 'Course you remember Ike
BEING single is not always fun,
Lut it's funny.
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"Alkali Ike Plays the
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3:30 P. M. J. A. C. vs. ASAHI.
Reserved Seats for center of errand'
stand and wings can be booked at EI
O. Hall & Son's Sporting Department
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