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HOHOETJUJ STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JAN. 2$, 1013.
4' m - fl, -v 3 h .. .. t. -') POPULAR THEATRE TONIGHT Repeating ust Nici'c Success My Friend from Australia" NATIONALGUARD (Continued from Page 1) paay w hich, maintains during the tour ist seaon a service of about two voy ages per week with Miami, i ll Tbcj- Ward Line, which ordinarily opeiates powder company, wliich give the de- a fortnightly service between New ; iail3 of the gift as follows: j York and Nassau, increases the frc- Conditions. quency of its service daring ihe m- ' Competition open to all companies, ter months. Occasionally exe'ron tn.ops, lotteries, signal companies or1 boats from New York, touring ihe ' engineer companies of the National ! vi.sf Indies. Central America and i Guard uf Hawaii: I Mexico during the winter, slop at" I No unit to be considerr-d as a prize; Nassau. ; winner which laa not shot the minl-l Ships drawing more than 16 feet :niim number of i.ien prescribed by the!an not enter the harbor, a tender be-j (iivteion of ini!i;;a affairs. ing necessr.ry to bring p.i3sensr:s and! J The unit qualifying the greatest ' cargo ashore. There is rrueh interes number of marksnru-n or better will be j at present in the deepen; of tho' awarded the trophy. j harbor, and any American companies , Qualifications must be made under! which would be able to perform iiii.-j Special Course '("' or the course ap-' ork at a cost low enougn to seem 1 proved by the division cf militia af-1 reasonable might find it worth while wun ei mncn VHIII ill II I I II 1 1 ItU VUI1 I 1JJ THI8 HOT III TOTf'TISl? Duke and, a 'Man-Eating Eel' Do Battle in Print Quxk, Officer, the Padded Cell HOI LULU HI ISTAVQREDBY iairs. All quaiifirations must be made i rior to November 1st of each year. The. letter says: to get in touch with the. IJah.vna gov-! COAST BEAUTY SAN FRANCISCO. Oil.. Jan. .18. Beaming with Jot over the success of her trip to Honolulu, but still glad to get back to San Francisco. Stisa Mae Josephine Bennett, winner of the Call's girl wage earner beauty contest, returned home on the steamship Sier ra. ' .: Duke Kahanamoku's terrific battle I with a high-powered, man-eating eel. work would necessitate not onlv uredginp, but considerable blasting of K. I. du I'ont de Nemours Powder Co., j rock, and would probably cost over Wilmington, Delaware, December I $2.MHt.0';u. WU. I he tcurist season at Nassau nrac-',, , k I Duke Kahanamoku. chamnlnn awlm. tepen- ctrirtnr omhmi a enhWt tnr morning paper, is branded by Duke i er are ne names of the rour men himself as untrue and a fake. (whom she promptly denied having be- t That story of a fight for life ten ; 0011101 engaged to while away: feet beneath the water, cl hiB choking p Schoen. wealthy young drug- the sea-monster to death and thus.S131 of Honolulu. From Manager, Rifle Smokeless Di-ilically starts January vision; to the Adjutant General of Ha-j ing .f tho large hotel, ahhouga many van. suoject: -National Defense pcoj.e see accoramoaauon aere in Dv the Trophy. ' Your request of November 19th for u National I defense Trophy has been received, and we are forwarding you, J by freight, the trophy to which you i .Me entitled. Keys for this trophy are enclosed herewith. - Attention is drawn to the conditions November and December. On account of the balmy, climate ami j ure atmo sphere, which are very favorably af fected by the trade winds, the inlands An - M A. 1 strictor embrace is a subject for ulcr UI luc laughter today and for anger on the I ' Dr M- Schutz, the Sierra's physi- Raymond Teal 'Musical Comedy Co. Wiih interpolations of merry wit and fancy by the inimit , able comedian, "Massa" Teal, and by the ducklings. First show' at 7; Second at 9. At the TeaK prices : tQc, 20c, 30c. E N T I R E C H A N G E YH U R S b A Y "Who's Who" aturing the Bunch (Pick the winner yourself) Popular Theatre nart ff manv nponlp u-hn der-lar that . the yarn hurts Waikiki beach and its CfPUin H. C. Houdlette of the liner, reputation as an unusually safe bath-! N?'mst decidedly, I am, not en-ing-place. j gaged, she announced before the SL- erra arrived at the dock. They were Jt1; tr,ortrZ M a fin, time, fulness, especially in winter. i(1If tn hp romnarativplv slieht but I didn t promise to marry anyone. Hold to Dak nair. I Dr. Schutz and Schoen were some what in the lead of the others, accord ing to admissions she made. The duke was all, right until I annpnl I I4rinn f nV.t.f 1 t il.i I..., r .1.- . OICTIVH i.'iis ui-t'ii iiiauu ioi me eieeuoii or 2. to be a comparatively slight on the index finger of his right hand, whose only seriousness lies in the fact that it was not im- of the competition for the trophy, a wireless station at Nassau, to have a' copy oi which is attached, and re- radius cf communication ci not lesi .j(.(., raataA r-t l ,,,. .-! ! Iknn J Oil mlla Ar. A , " ' " -V4 (juti in uiiiuc mat juu niu scuu iu man tf iiuira uj uaj . f vciic) aj. IUI i rr the uihrtlA story briefly. this diviison, as Pooa as possible, the I the ereciton of this static h.'f been nnV; " hTa -. ,X' ' went surf-riding with him at Waiktkl units eligible for the trophy, together 1 awarded to the Anglo-French Wire- f" ct2 hVc ; I Zlir beach, and then he let me. fall off the with the strength of the same and the! less Co., of London. Thi3 wi?l be th- tu tv. ;. . outrigger. I grabbed. hU hair.and held facilities the different units have for j first wireless station in ,he Bahama r? Vn ..VU lOn tlll he yelled practice. A blank is attached which. i if filled out and Bent to me, will give; tion much easier with me ihe above information, i I hr,je that the trophy will arrive ' safely and accomplish the desired end. J. G. EWING, ; Manager. Islands and should make communica-, ? "X 7ra ,,TTC "Captain Houdlette was also atten- American' ,.bc, m.4ve. said Miss Bennett. for mercy." coast and contribute to the safety of P"rc,?5J e, but I never could find out vnc-v V. uo o : rhthr lift vns mnrrlpn " ' 1? 'He was was bandaged, but it didn't seem Nassau for 20 years has had a cable jDterfere mucn in the exercise ati ulc ilu JUiinei. ria. a it.iisl n ...iu ..ti.i. u ... ur ---. ..v..., n useful feature of this cable service ha wiu J!" .::,IUU6 "ke to say. Mr. Schoen Js a great bi . i wneuier ne .was iuurneo. mv "Which was the favorite. Mr. Schoen or tne or Dr gchuy well. I would hardly BAHAMAS PLAYING i TOURIST GAME i I With a;.tegate comrcc of less ! t.rn ihree m:;lion do :ar the i-a-l.smas are sIk-a: .r riiierpiMo In 1.tumotins to ;iM,r ini.-inesp i j r 1 . i'-ing. acaju-t i- by Cansul llciny D. Taker: The last winter season at Nassau demenstrcted the usual popularity of this island among American tourists, i n m n on nt mvctorintio ffcrii roa weather forecasts which arej ..'J think , 8aw tne eel.,hut I'm not been the received of hurricanes, Nassau ordinarily 24 hours' notice from Washington atuc fjcbr HlillL HLliL j ' rr plan and very, handsome and he took i m nrniinn nvprv nnv in nnnn n m i lr certain," he said, "it was perhaps two Srhllt, V(irv .nl t. --. 1 ts .feet long. I was bitten by something, j looking, too." .1 learned that when I felt a tug at; W5th 'that ' h, PfliaH matna th the finger and on examining it found matter further, exeept to aay that Dr;j la little piece or skin.naa neen cut schutz took-the position of ship's tioc-i off. as witn a Rnire. tor only temporarily, and might live In I "I was just playing around the ratV San Francisco from nowpn, and. to jiis -uwu c uuiwm u .-- aaa inai xar. ecnoen was coming up ning .my hands around . among the from, the islands in May for a trip. rocks, when something nipped the rame JPreeedes "Her. " ' ' ' ; finger. I came up at once and ex-r j didn't' --know a soul on board at amiaed it. There was a little blood, ? first " said . Miss. Bennett, "hnt eoon- ,and as I glanced down . I thought I Very one got acquainted, and we had III -rr irirnr- flOIlOlTLMli S We handle nothing but the STAN DARD of fine furnishings for men, in exclusive designs and finest materials. Our Spring stock is now complete. - It m comprises . everything worn , by men. young men, and boys. r-i Garments for business, dress, college. school, motor, travel and storm "service. Our SILK HOSE and NECKTIE selections are the handsomest , ever brougHt to Honolulu. The one large hotel operated by an Burned out hoiler . plates caused saw an eel -wriggling off through the water. a jolly time every minute. Eater Mr. Schoen, the,;next suitor. when the . Sierra arrived at Honolulu. Benson Smith, -his employers.' are a CL ARIO T ' American .company; aim man) uoaia- j capiam ti. i ransen, master or tne Ing houses Were crpwdcx with guests. C'trman tramp steamer .Kathe, ' to di Numerous private residencs have , vert his course in order that he coui J also In , recent years been vented or ! complete repairs at Honolulu, purchased by well-to-do 'American for- En rout from Hongkong, to Mexican use ia the winter. The demand for jd Central American .por's the hmiacT rvlth riodpm sfln.tar arraneo-! monfa la tino frrcntor fh'.M tflA KlllinlV l a k i UUCatlOll, ft&Q DO a BUCCeSB UA. . 4-7 A&W.V Ml V l -- V mr J m I1JI IIII1. ".111 II : I J I II in" .IjI II II M . . i: i i. i, l-ax xnnn . . , , , . . . ' must. aDOve ail imnKS. ue uuse3eu Mias Konnnita mma ti nrModmi , aim ii ia vvTiu- iii. W7 n: i.uia a locai iroa woras visuea me , a , , 0i irr n !v 1 . : , t - jwith this demand there will have to 8tip at anchorage jmd it is .expected Xf dd: Omor-- onp TSrSt -SSd Bishop "chaplrthis morninOefore(therouUn liMErl compieiea 10 permit ine .vessel resum- ,,, f.-!t nf thfi' k t.i tofc- the voyage to the. west coast . vi t "ZlVZIVL T "l - VL-. 1,1) l PRPn R SMITH T41KR TO KAMEHAMEHA STUDENTS -SJttS35Stt i her gold,. He was. , It. was ererr A&tl IJ any student would acquire a good that Mr. Schoen appeared to take her ss in life, he arouni in' an automobile. ' ' ' ' f 777 Kin? Street; J. ABADIE, Prep. -ri- t be considerable building within the near future. There 13 also great need for ; mere hotels, especially such as would, accommodate people of moder slcterable encouragement to the tour ist .traffic, by.-granting a subsidy of 135.000 per (year to a steamship com- America tomorrow afternoon. The. Kathe, is bearing . 552 Chinese steerage passengers to.. Mexico Mr. Smith's i address was brief as the occjaslon aom,. envious erson.deClar-P rpTa ' greater part of the hour was taken up ed. that ahewas. really not so pretty as FFF F F M'ittUlh,iU:il,l!r,l!!l! .:.v ' : ? - - , Uar Dcc!rcdxin natoJIcoand Roaches ' I I r-'-r I 2SWS il I tsa :5-S tsar It ha bacn aciBl-Sey demooBtrated that rata ara directly responaibla (or the apraad of BobonU PUca aod eth.r Araadfal Hta.tn. and it ia tba imperative duty of vryooa to cxtanninaM these peata by ving Stearns! Electric ; Rat and Roach Paste - Uaed ancoaasrally during the past SS yean thronshont the entire civilised world. !It ia ready for use. better than traps, and caaoot blow into food like extermina tor ia powder fonn. - t " , Gorer-neat Dep-rtae-ta . aad Bearda of FeLlie ' HHk rcpt tkoir niM far 1nui1i el boxes. ' Moewy back if it feSe. BeaoretotetlkeBemiiiM. 2oz.box2Sc I6x2. boxSf.OO. v3U by dr-4a eTerywbere. rrcms' nxcTiua paste co, cmoago, ic-uu. ' ToccaI ia nnt ocvami AnarQ fen hv 1 I A;,: ' :1 v ' Ition Quartet and the students of tHevhearir:or..fUaiui..Mld:' ! tyr'rliiZS1 mwvi ' eool. The quartet sang three times ..sajd .that I. was. I i4tt't.Baake the,-- jtween the coast of, Asia and . Mexico . . ... riiiMt'nf'Mr. Smith the award , and and Central and .South American-; . . ' . aah, Hwai .Ponni- .nrf, n,,t f nmirb. f tht. vin, th.taka the 'nZV! i "A16ha. Oev Pollowing thl:Mri .Smith ,.ers she j:ot.as..niucIi. enjojrment .Aa.any f 5 uavucivis iu iiuiiuiuiu nui uu I I Cascaret make you feel bully; they, "Well, i ,riever Immediately cleanse and sweeten the bcu, remove iuw sour, uuuigeuieu fermenting food and four gases; excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste, nutter and poison from the towels, j . . J . '' A; Cascaret tpn!?ht wilt ttra yon out by morning-- 10-eer.: from any , druggist - will keep stomach regulate. Head clear Liver and Lowell In a splendid t tion for t months. Don't . fcrgct cb4idren--advertJsement athe jailed ,m gonglgns I in& Eut , am" sure tba? ! never-shall, Jecfed 1 : "luer lfiau 10 "rfor this is the first time that I have (monopolizing all my time. I had three strenuously -Mr.Schoen's The Kathe . 7 . ? , X,wi c r lhad the opportunity to come into per-1 positions as stenographer ofrered to the Immigrants, ..captain Franksen de- . gona, with yQU and to knoW yome, .and to cap . the 'climax the. Japan- Clded not to Come into, the harbor, L. t In lolnnda'pap hnv whn tnnV nro nf mv rnnm in uut remain oLiue. fwere wore oi , , id vigft to Kame. repa ring ; the machinery - will be ne. ! ye at that time I had no H. Hackfeld & Co. are the agents for,.' rMt--n-vwhih 1 hpine ... . , ,,NEW; ABflIVAZS " woolen' shirts,- pajamas and sweater coats. 'CAKTON-' HOTEL' ST. - v GOODS CO., OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE It's queer what funny things some men can see when they are blind drunk. Ever notice how willing people are to assist you when you don't need help? Better laugh at people's jokes; you may have occasion to spring one your self some day. We cant help feeling sorry for a millionaire with indigestion. carried on here every day. and' I want to compliment you on your work and ' . . . a ' A. the cnoice wnicn you maae wmcn put you in the institution where you are now. "I have had many experiences with the young men in all parts of the United States, and I have found on many occasions that the wanderlust in many of them are strong. Those in the north want to be in the south and those in th eeast want to be in the west. Now I want to impress up on you all that the man who succeeds f iSomimdl ; .1 -3 SATURDAY, February 1 st lO sa.-m. to. l O p.m. A Trial Bottle of the Celebrated ' ' " 1 '"r7r 11 t ""'"-"i"" '- . WILLi BE GIVEN JTO EACH LADY CUSTOMER v Each lady presenting cash register check dated Saturday, Feb ruary 1, with any serial number ending with "9," will receive a 50-cent vial: all others will receive 25c vials. Positively only one bottle to each customer. Mary Garden Perfume, manufactured by V. Rigaud, Paris, is one of the most delightful and most popular odors ever made. It will prove a charming gift. : ioilisfcer Drag Co the hotel wanted' my picture when I departed." ' -: A final inadvertent remark by .Mies Bennett may be the clew to the real favorite. "The .parting in Honolulu was' much more sad than that on the steamer," she said. ' OPPOSES RECALL (Continued from Page t) 10 CCIl!?e 1 ; riew or sickcxb 'CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEE T3" whole board "of supervisors. We would have , the county in a constant tur-i is the man who stays wrere he is and; moil with. the political pot forever on sticks to that thine which he has the boil. 'chosen as his life work. Today there) "The recall proviso shows the.com-' are 300 licensed' aviators in the munlty to have no confidence in its United States. There aro about ninety- elected representatives. ' it reminds ' three millions of people in America, ' me xt a certain governor who put men today, and out of this number three in office wjth one hand, and with the hundred have chosen to fly, as it otber, it is said, demanded their un were. A few have automobiles, but, .dated resignations, the rest prefer to walk. Life is made! "In Galveston, where there Is no re by walking and not by flying. Stay at call, men of such sterling worth were home; your life is in the place where persuaded to run for office. that four you are and not until you have made of the commissioners have held that good in the presenf"place should you position for ten years, being re-elected attempt to look for other fields. leach term. If. however, you must "Now there are some of you young ; have the recall, make it at least forty fellows who 'are going to make a per cent of the vote for delegate in the roaring failure of life. When I say st Preceding two years, .and not op this I do not mean any one person Inierac for two ye3;. . . . particular. And I will nnake it plain! more thought. that Is given to that any one of you young men whose; JIS Phae of commission government morals are not clean will be a failure, the more one is persuaded that it I do not mean the fellow who is slow not to be made too . easy. On y in his work, or the fellow who has a those who voted for an official should, poor personality, but the young man have any voice ,n his recall. Why who is going to tail is the one who , f ho"ld, a man 8 opponents who did all is letting hi. i.e niaj lb -thiH ' who vote for a motion may move to re- o rhe may lead all others .l consider. Unless this view is sustain- .bhUt . v Ln l u LZ ihiSi wS ed -vou could have the spectacle Of a the breakdown will come hicn win .,,. w w mean h,s utter defeat. your morals SrVu are going to the dog, then you are a J concerned. doomed man. and you will never make For heaven's sake let us devise a place for yourself in the world, n some 8cheme c the world today t is the man Jth I politics!" tad morals who is being dismissed; L this is even true with regard to poll-'by which ycu can make good in life,1 tics and athletics. Just as there is a and it is up to you." ( place in the world fcr the Japanese.' j and the Americans which co'ulu never Ven the man who wants the earth fce filled ty any other race, so there doesn't care to have it thrown at him is a place In the world for the Ha- in the form or mud. i uaiians which can be filled only by When his satanic majesty hasn't the Hawaiians, and it is up to you. anything else to do, he teaches a wo-: young men and young ladles. In the ruan 10 f-icoke cigarettes. t Hawaiian Islands today good men are The man who marries an angel in being sought after in political and disguise is apt to find the disgufse civil life. In this great institution, both perfect and lasting. you are surrounded with every pos- if ignoranoo is bliss, this ought to sille method of preliminary training le a happy old world. A hydro-aeroplane .was used in the hunt for the "perfumed burglar who escaped 'from! San.Quentin.and Is at large .In JUarln county. The search,' though thorough, has as yet been fu tile. . Donald .Jadwin, who was married six 'months ago to Minna Jad win. a San Francisco society girl, evi: in a fit of; insanity shot and I. his wife at a. dinner party, then t. ed a pistol on hiOKci; and comm; suicide. 1 ' '. ''- We have often wondered if s men. don't get married for the pur; of haying some, cneto drive ther drink. . . - -, , ; ; i- .j I S -Breezy 4 l lp These Loose Fitting Coat n3:!(iJ ' ' Y.' i,;!:7 Undershirts and Knee J jji .20 j ";. . S iipll Length .Drawers are fore- A : ' most in comfort and W'V 1 j iTL II most in quality. They coo! . !! utTTSCS ;i your body and calm your i TA iti'ji mind. i V U JLJHJi If ' - 8- rttiW&& I'll! .......... t "JOq 75c, $1.00, 1.50 a garment. ' - I i'il ThJ Red Woven Label ' : ' j ,. . f MADE FOR THE . - KTndi Uvh tot.tfs.POf.edPanit Oa-rtrte.) fr ''th sewtd oowmry B.V. D. Underjannoit. Ti-.0 oaderganneBt WM&m IV, 0M ? (1! V ml m a- .,i :n ?:.1:1S!!: .':( ii,," : " : TherB. V. D. Company; NerYork'- !'t;ii';; ''!!;