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HQ50LULUBTAIHJULLETlKr TUSILVYr EEIM 1913.
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lA4UJ4oal drinking rap arc reconimrndrd '
, tr 4ho Ucard of Health for school children. r
MefiflSafe Plan for
j W hair (hp (dpi np, mad? of doralnum collapsible, light weight
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"Benson, Smith iScdo.,
Fori and Hotel.
Enccrcs wrre the rule at the Ye
Liberty theater last night when the
house, after being dark for a week
as far as vaudeville attractions went,
reverted to Its vaudeville policy.
Each and every act was so different
from the reft and so good in Its own
firmament that it would be hard to
pick cot the winner.
' Hamlin and Mack, ringing and
dancing, opened the bill with a vim
that took the audience from the start.
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'Eroiggjd' Dress Patterns
Largeety Jnsh Rochet
-The 3ICey To sPover Economy
Wherever electricity eupersedet eteam.or aaaoiine engine drive
there Is effected a fl.reat tvin ofnoney. H ,.T
MOST CONVENIENT, SAWTARY
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: W. Jor.the nttanatipn.'of mdtora for industrial, application.'
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Quick Results and Profits.
gCHARLESfA. STANTON & XO., Inc.;
First ratlonal Bank Building ; jtenfranclivCallojrpla
Br MARY PAKv'ER PCANE
Esmeralda, - Xylophone players who
scored eavity-at"he Liberty
They are clever dancers, melodioiis
sineers. hard workers, and good
dressers,- which make- a. very strong
combination. Their .portrayal- tasi
night of southern character songs and
dancers were' rich in the extremes
Their jokes and pratter got .over Jn
one, two, three xrder. -'They are ; a
trulrr meritorious team . and ; will j go
strong the rest of the engagemenL
vrXyloDhone-player3 come and. go but
the reception . given Esmeralda. . the
dark haired musician, at u ner .jniuai
appearance Jast night would lead one
to believe .that she win always keep
on .'going. 1 Prom classis to popular
or rather from tjScntipert; to Johnson
she had 'the large; audience, a going
with! her exquisite playing.11 Encore
after encore followed in . rapid . suc
cession" until she was almost ex
Vira.iCaBjp and his pig ."Ltxzle,"
the "nrosram read, but before. the. man
with ; the Teutonic nanie -got through
with . his jeho w; it . was a : case of van
Camp and his barn yard, as . pigs,
chickens, rabbits, canaries; c were
extracted from epace to the surprise
and amusement of the audience--Van
Camp is a pleasing prestidigitator
Who extracts a laugh from; the audi
ence . every time he speaks. His aide
talk is a show in itself. His trained
Dia "Lizzie." is a wonderfully , well
trained Vpcrker, and has the audience
laughing at . her tricks . and the way
she stuck to the baby's milk bottle:
The pictures . Were all .interestlri and
the .urogram as a whole was . without
a flaw and the large audience and the
liberal applause that emanated from
the said audience was evidence
enough that vaudeville is still the
popular attractions here, t l ,
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CH0IC2 LOCATION AT KAIMUKI. LOT 225x200 FEET, HIGHLY IM
PROVED. WE HAVE THE PLA NS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR A
3 cottages in Cottage Walk, ConTenifntIy,TentraIlT located, for sale.
Lot 12, nik. 17, Kaimukl, KiHK) sq. ft
Lots 9, 11, 18, 14, Blk. S2,iKajImukL 50,000 sq. ft. . . .I,6(!0
Lots 9, 10, 11 12. Blk 55, KalmukL 60,0( 0 ft
Groands chared, bonse douMe boarded, cement eel-
lar, modem planibin tSJM)
M res Imp. property, LlUha JSL , .SfCOO
'Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 923 FottSt
Two men and "tv women, paisen
gers in Automobile. Number 520, driv
en, by Jno. Frauzuer, are , declared by
police officers to have had a narro
eFape from receiving serious injuries
as a result of a collision "that took
:lace on Nuuanu avenue yesterday
afternoon, In which a Rapid Tran
street car figured as second .host.
The auto was proceedinc toward
town wjhen it came into, con' act. with
electric car number 22. over whicli
presided C. S;trom at the motor.
The motorman is said to have done
til in his power to avert a collision.
The result of the mixup was th?
general smashing of the auto, the left
tide of the machine, including door
and fender being stove in.
The front end of the electric car
and a stri; of the running board was
There were no passengers in the
electric car. Save a few minor bruisei
and a thorough scaring, the travelers
in .the auto were lucky in their escape
from serious mishap.
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES.
St. Clement's Church. Punahou, Rev.
unon Usborne, Rec'or. Holy Com-
; reunion, 7 a. m.; Morning rrayer,
K'.30; Evensong, 7.:J0.
BEST LAUXDRT 1T0BK ASD DRY CLEAMXG
Edward C. Treadwell, son of the
millionaire California mining man,
was killed in Northern California by
an ayalanche of snow that swept down
upon the mining camp where he was
"Nearly $2,000,000 has been raised
to build the second highest structure
in the world, in this case a tower,
at San Antonio. Texas, on the spot
where the famous Alamo stands, made
famous by the battle in which 183
Americans were killed fighting for
While a Mexican of Dixon, Cal.. was
at work, a "friend" of his came alons.
gathered up some of his possessions,
and then eloped with the wife and
il r Plum was a pessimist, bis wife
an jjrtinilst. Many were the argnh
BitMihi they had over souMfhln- Mr I
i'ltini averred would h.ipien fuinu day
w otbT to llfl tuem out of poverty, en
able em to live more comfortably,
do . the children hette and make
I Lett, generally haipy.
-In th first plKce, Maria," Mr. Hum
won! J say. "tiothlvj ever conies from
rainbow rliaslng. la the second pla-e.
If a hundred it -usand dollars were
tuddeoly dumiM-A, Ipon us we wouldn't 1
be any happier U & we are now. J
" Wouldn't we? I'd Just like to try It
- "Vou con bet your bottom dollar that
onleRs I work hard aod -you nin us
;liiply we won't eveu keep up to what
we're doing now,-let alone putting oo
- "Do you mean to tell me there's noth
ing In luck T"
"Mighty little. At any rate, uo jj-eat
piece of luck like sit inexectetl wind
fall will ever bappva to mare than one
person in a million."
"But haven't we got Jnst as good a
chance to be that one person as all the
Uan num. shrugged bis shoulders,
but did not reply to this argument lie
weut, to bis vork erery day. as usual,
and his wlfv pinched and saved. One
day, when be came home lu the even
ingbe found ber in a wild state of op
Umism. she cried, -did you ever
bare a graudmober by the name of fl
nt I rt mr tnowledre.' trn the iuv
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tA arlilal PAnl TTll T An rAil aaltV "I
uecause mere wns a man uere una
morning wbvased me If you ,tw.aV ,
nWba t djd jpu tell . blmr
tThat I dldu't know."
"Did be nay why be wibed to
know?" - i i
. To. but) Vn;syre ypur. grandmother
Is dead aud.has left us a lot of money."
"Oh. llar&v yoti make me tired! I
couldn't bavVa grandmother much less
than n hundred years old. and women 1
of that age'dou t often hare fortulies:
tf they bate tbcfc, desreudants are
spread out like a fan'and pyue of em
gits more than a few dollars.4 T
"I do't Wn lbellere we are on
the Verge of some gTat )lessing.M
Til tell ypiKWhat I'll do. Marie. I'll
make a bargain .with you. Whatever
this blessiog'Ja; I'll turn It all over to
you on eoJCidWori ihtl you never ay
the word wiodfatr;!fo me a gain. M
-Done.-v -I7-. v
"Remembei t 1 v ypti a U t.hat coroes
lOsf b4M easc.cd If iipjblug .-onea jou
are: still Jra,nd j3yf,your side of the
They ' wd M?ir(fly , ftrurk this bar
galnvwbeo. there was, airing at. ;tjb.e
beU. ( kJs.B.lum;went. tQ the .door sod
ushered a. man inid, the sitting, room. ,
rThis Is . the imlem-wbo . called
thls-mornlng." said lira. Blum.
WVour wife." said tb -risdter
routdn't answer the quest Inn t asked
her. so I concluded to Hme rwick when
yju were at borne. Iid, you have tf
pra ndmother najaed. Prendega st V
"Not tbatl know of" .Acd I didn't
have a crandmoiber by the nam of
Foot or Sjedmau or 'Williams or lluu
"Uid voo ever hear, of -.any ..of y.our,
proKenitors nametl McJDertnot"
ifMcDermot? Why. yes! My grand
mother on my father's side w nntued;
Her name, was Sarah She mnrJ
ried Enoch ,irPllega st. Tbe.r h.mI
one dauKbter rh married Tliwin!-i
Folia nsbee. and they had a 'daughter
who married if a9iel Sjiotmer IMam ."
Mr. Plum's eyes were, growing .la r
"I've got this by searching the rec
ords of some property owned by a
Mrs Prendegast. who bd meiHty
died in the John Hrowu bosptlal. aged
ninety-two ye:irs. I ilgure It that aha
was your grandmother."
"If I've h id a grandmother living I
didn't know it."
Nor Kbe. She came to the hospital
before yon were lorn to lie treated for
some disease. When she got well her
.memory Imd left her. She didn't know
who she was or w'.iere be came from!
Sbe was allowed to stay there and
lived more than fifty years there and
in that condition Jt lefore she died
her raeni'-M-y came hack to ber. She
said she was Sarah MoDermot Pren
degast Deeds to probity were found
where she had kept them In a trunk
The hospital put them into the hands
of a lawyer, who says they came down
to Dan'el Plum through Ellen Fol
lansbee and Julia Plum."
'Haw .much is' it?" gasped Mrs
"It's a lse and lot that fifty yars
ago was on the outskirts of tbe town
It is .nrw.on the biggest shopping
street " worth a mil"
"You. DUt," cried Mrs. PInm-"you
make a deed of that property to meT
And within six months he did Bt
be says they must have dreamed it nil
Thus far the optimist has the better
of tbe arguroenL A. hundred thousand
dollars was dumped down upon the
couple, but it remained to be seen bow
much happiness was to be added to
the Plum family.
Mrs. Plum had always deaired to as
sume some social position. She had
nome friends wboe Ineotnes werelhuu
sands to ber hundreds. Tbey took her
up aud introduced her. It was tbe old
story of the earthen and iron pot in a
stream. T,hL' Plums were soon bank
rupt. "1 told you so." said the pessimist.
:We distributed hundreds oi little bottles of MARY GAR
DEN PERfUME Saturday, and fee) sure you were delighted
with it you ladies who attended our opening.
Here's what Miss Garden Wiote to V. Rigaud, the famous
Paris perfumers, when ey requested permission to ca!) the
new Combination by her name:
.jf fete it
This is the only shop:m4he citvL where this ddiptfuffccr
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Jumejs sold. Why not; have a . bottle orv your dresser? -Pjce
$5.00 the bottle.
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The :'UaUed:fiUtes: supreme 'court
has r clipped the ; wings of the Inter
state Qommerce , Commission In cur
tailing Its power '"to. make railroad
i-ates without obtaining auhtenJtial ev
idence that, uch .reductions are nec
opposed ito passage,, saytug it, waao-. i.nf psold the young barglar.wfco c3
iedyai vm.?s, .leaped from jEan Queaun,,was seen i:
There has. been! such a, oemand- from j of a car inspector.
inz backward to med
Hcodluma! Jn JBan . 'f'raAcJsco, pulled
the trolley -.'pn a midnight trolley
from the ' wire "and Assarted . a' fight
with twenty United Railroads officials
which resulted, to the, serious jajury
Los ' Angeles citizens to , abolislf the
"MurjpalKewj.? the. . papet-sup-pdrted
,by -the. -s. taxpayer, -that the
couacll la to let the tityyote on the
question f vlts7abJoUshme5t,
; One, of thetater senators from San
FVancJsco Introduced Va ! bill in the
legislature f or a? whTpb&ig'bost v I6v
wife "teaters. Women- immediately to alight safely.
v;oodrow Wilson Yas'i, governor of
New Jersey has eansed- bUla to jtrin
traduced in ' the legislature .looking
toward , the .'restraint, of big ;business
corporations. saU'; ' r.'
Bernettai Miller, an-- avlatrlx; hile
sailing over Long Island, waa blinded
by an Oil cup explosion,- but managed
Oakland In, a high-powered auto, bu:
cscapedfrom the pumin police.
1 Inaugural plans in Wa-silngton aro
chaotic ?Thera ,will be. no grand, ball,
fi yerjr acall parade, and Wilson says
be and' bis family wUl not attend tha
juibllc .receptloa. s ' ' -v - --6tala.lineralcitormf,'who
ensed Governor Johnson of petty poll
tlcs,. wtlMJsbt hi removal from of
eaa Jbe ercsred Ircn tie Lzllzi.-i
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