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nvn .r f. " r ; .GEinmiE iceusoia fGSIGG nOXOLniiU STAR BULIiOTINTUEPAyi pqT- 21, 1913. IIISHIACCOW wEDiioiBi ATiUiFI ilDAffCAlSi: ISiSfili s? , w . bp w m . Maii-:.rMWWIWi I ; Ivss "f-3 lay - V 7 i V ; Their duratStyrtylc; mod- -4 crate price tod guaranteed set-;, vice have made vl :' : ' Men Wear Them ' The ' patented. slidms-cord , back ; adjust than instantly, to '. every posrtioncnioban, aisunng freedom of action end .;" : ; - Absolute Comfort Look out for imitation! There arc many of them, all inferior; ; Make' ure that the woedt, ; "SHIRLEY PRESIDENT : appear on the buckles, i In this ''. ? way you Will obtain the genuine ' article, made and guaranteed by " TfccCA. Edrton Hf.Co. ' For Salt Etetywhett . ', . . Removed tp 1125 Port St Silva's.'Tocry, LhalUd r iiU W "Sf ' IN. I7ie ' ? .' t' ' . ' soid rfen Crlsco is nentlrely DIFFERENT ceokinj. fat. You never have used any thing like Critco for frying, for shortening "or for cake' making because the ;; Crlsco Process of treating vegetable oil. Is new.; And only this .process can ' make the Crlsco, or cream, from the Oil. , . ;' -v- .'f "V. '. V-:-v Cream represents the righes'or BEST, of the milkf Crlsco represents the ;; rlchestyet most DIG ESTIBLE. form tf .fqod .Jt '.v Crlsco Is different also In this respect: It remains sweet and pure indefinite- ,y. For the properties of the 'til which causeMt to. turn.' rancld are elim- Inated by the' Crlsco Process.: , rf : . ,., , X Do not confuse Crlsco with other cocking fats. . Crlsco possesses advan ytages which none other has. i. ; . ' , ? . v v" 'y None is of the hfgh quality of Crlsco; no more than milk i of tho quality of cream.'; .. ; :- ' I ;,.;:..: Try Crlsco yourself, for frying, for hot biscuits and for cake. You'will be 5 delighted. with It. You will see, WHY. It is so different And then you will ; Insist, that your cook use Crlsco. L - 4- HMr.lAnd.Mra. H. W. 11. Mitt were tnionK the- arrivala In lionolulo .on the Mauna Iveai this morning, lie couple havlnff take nthe boat at. La j liafna last night; following their mar i tiage, which took place. at 7:S0 p. m. , at the home of ' Mr. and Urt. Ben : Williams cf Puunene. ' Miss Marguerlt a Isabel MacGoun acd Herbert W. M.. Mist were united ' tn, marriage by Rev J. Knox Bodel cl Lahalna, the Williams; residence be- " Ing beautifully decorated for -the cc ; ':. raslon. . The bride was ulven awarbj K Louis von .Tembaky, while the matron i "of honor was Mrs. Ben William a, and Den Williams was the best man. -Mist,, uho Is the auditor ofr.Theo. ; II. Da vies A- Company, together with his bride, will spend a. short honey moon at the P. A. Schaefer residence cn Tantalas. -: ;', ;r x ;jc V --f Pi The young couple wer showered with numerous and beautiful wedding gifts, each ' having ; a large circle of friends throughout the islands. 1 Kcne but members of, the'Tamttles of the bride and bridegroom was pres- ; ent. at the wedding, - the gues fir In cluding the mother and sister of the bridegroom,' Mrs. 1. M. DowelK - Alet McKlbbon,' Mrs., Randall .'voa, Tempf- . sky,,' Miss vonvTempsky,". Robert Von : Tempsky, ; Louis von Temps kjr, Miss von - Tempsky, Misses G wen . and Launa von Tempsky, Errof von Temp sky, - Miss Hays, . Miss Williams of Victoria, J. N. 8. W'iUIains and'Mas- ter Wentworth Mist. , f ;:VVvv ; . mm jw T i- : Nhcroes In Romeo:' III J" attacked the Jail and liberated a ncgre'ss arresteVi 1 " for drunkenness. A" race rtotstol - lowed In which the negro leader was : killed, v The woman was'terarf este'd i and put under a -special gtraTtfr --,f-; : " t mm a 'i '" "" ' ' jn " V Cardinal Gregory Maria Agufrro y Garcia, primate of Spain and .arch bishop of Toledo, died In? Toledo, ; Spain at ' the age of 78. v-y.:.' A Clin cf Ceauty la a Jr Fcrtvr. DR. T. Fllx'Gourud, Orlntsl -- Crm erMsgloal L-utJfler. rrvcUM, Xotk' rcM, 1. bMutf, and f) Am dArtio. . It a 01 6S fMrt, Ml ,te to tintlut ' UaUlttoNmrtlt ' ! proMrry Bd. Aeofpl oo couoif. fH Of. BlBlUf bom. Dr. L. A. BTD : of. the knt. torn ( yUt) t A 7M MM wlii . w tbr. I crtum4 ALL ; '.'At Reduced Price - ' ' '...-.;a..ir' : 1 ' -1 C. : ;v srr The rainy, season Is attian twhen oti will want to spend tha Jong even ings indoors, perhaps reading ortwejt ing. ; No matter what you wish ttdo. you will appreciate the bright .light of "one of: our .Electric Lamp8,,r.all ,of which are greatly -reduced tb)$ week, fee cur window. display; is THIS LAMP $26. V: 17. W. Dimond Limited.- V 63-57 King SL :rr- cream of You can ffj onions, fish, and pota,, '"; -ties In the same Crisco merely b'jr-i-'straining out food particles afterdnch . trying. . . fx .-h. : . - -: .: f ' . Crisco cakes have butter richness v without butter expense. Add salt to Crisco when using in placs of butter, Crisco Is-a rich butter fat that di- gests readily and. perfectly. v - " 7 Crisco bread and cake keep-fresh, ' moist and sweet longer. ,.. " EconojnizcsBultcr,; Flour, Eggs; rnolces tlie food more cppcllilno wholcscnic The only, Daltlna Powder nede frora Doyal Grcpe Crccia ol Tcrtor - 4 Comedv of Teeth: Is a F ne l1 ? ,,: Laugn-GeUerr; Abounding rpersons , : v in Topical Hits K M JOT OIIIOSK A -X vr ' a I Mt lAo I W. ' ' v ' a-Billy Hargrate, a football hero - X f . .-. John G Wrav 2 ihH.VgVkVVw. father a vapiaiu 01 uo. 0.0. iuuu. fk'5 1 r": Ferdinand MUBler M a aiowsru oi uiu .0.0. nauua ic - .... ...... . , . .- , Urn J Stewardess of 'lie aS"' lJaun 5 .:..;r -,1. 'ir.onT rv,x Vjf Billy's fister Alice is sent alone with "f"- ueo.. a, urown anu Arjnurr 1 niri mi til 1 lit: n.i3L.mauud ica J i iUrryrritX ate brother. Td the-consternatiqa of rXhorua.n-r which the -barltona solo K SaSo? oY the S S MaK? 1 -Billy; he ( meets 'hislieattdesire be r01 Sford Beatrice Sloaun, heard the riana:; " The recital takes place at 8 .o'clock. 5 MTn' ' ;'M-rJ?SIt vSh 5 Ho Beatrice Blllr fevbamped by "6ae teeth being auctioned V are ,he .ones S 5Ki 5 cf'tne members of thd ship's crew and losfby Mrs.- Sloan, and Sara Eustace S Mri;; biPISJ rts to locate thenil -proveVldlev andothcrf the "only girl ;trles to bid S M wi!5 Billy calls npon, his sister W getHhe in the teeth-t Billy: is too much for 1'ceAa?2T-JS"' ?S 2 "extra? set which mammal has to him and. purchases Ms'fowV. lost, mo 5.ar S, K X K . ; A.sstructed1 her to take-' 'along In r case-lers a t a high figure.; Billy reinstalls ;'''AfcrBiUy'4&rBllly7 teethvand presenteMhose 'belong- night scored 4 ono-of tire (biggest hitsi of tm World's' Pafr Stock Company's a regrettable fact that "Billy", wllh bxj making it impossible for hlmto pro: namet. .-The final ,.c,urtala; finds, Beat among us for but two nights. Aboyndncunce-! the Animer Beatrice f When rice and, Billy; In one another's arms. ng la good, clean, comedy" scenes and," Billy' lotes' his teeth' the fun 'becomes : As'BHly. John Wray la exceptional events locali2edv "Billy'? proved as. -fast arid ',f urldusV each 'member .-of theHy, good, while Miss Brissac makes a fine a laugh producer ; as :; anything At A Iff PliCnminC 4"nnlPt mUlU rUUUllUUJ LaUlClO t ;r1 :r:' ;;;v .f :u. No w(k: luausuuiuu purchase an . anusepuc ( .or germicide, - in' tablet, , liquid or powder . f o r(m : whichj contains any poisons, ronow your physician's advice and specify Tyree's Antiseptic Powder, because -It is abso lutely harmless and positive in its re sults.. ::-- . -.r --. ; Tyree's Antiseptic Powder heals dl s eased tissues, prevents 'Infection; un excelled as a douche and is highly ef ficacious; as a general antiseptic - for the household. ' One 25-cent package makes two gallons standard solution. Sold by druggists every whera :, Send for booklet and free sample. "5 . : J. S. Tjree, Chemist, HashJngtoB, B.a Crisco do?s not smoke at frying tem perature; your parlor does not kniw what happens in your kitchen. Needs no refrigerator. Stays fresh and pure in ordinary room tempera ture. Crisco is cheaper than pail lard and costs one-half to one-third a3 much as butter. Crisco is sold at net weight, in three sizes, and under the Pure Food Laws. ;;) FEE00 'Sfiiii , miiiii i "" " ' V il'V"'" ooT ugh - masse w co,jph w .uwi .u Billy, hero of ,tM fPunahou, football i) teum, is injured in a gameand lo6esv;1:r."7 four of his favorite .teeth they being gXQuwilli&wo the ones most prominent in his upper' v Jrr , a. M aanetwiu sing to . 1 ..n, .1. -,.1 .: mixed nnarfpt rnmnnspd f Mm inp 10 , iuio uuur; ue f wcquiva bwub- , totnea w using iae jiniuitionjnoier9..v;;-"i '- ..., . !!lPOl 5Hly Losec; H lsT(W li' r - extra set and as a conseqnence : Bflly - is up against. It, tho kbseHotMeeth cast contributing td the , excitement and mirth. BHly and Alice act as nat unil as 'the- best- behaved brother and sister possibly could-they fight llkd and a;dogjAllce contributing, in' sisterly 'fashlontorthe misery of - her hrnthpr- ' i : , .lti.t . . ; Billy spends a sleepless nlght, -vain-, ly searching the dec' for the lost PPih whfrh havo twrtn fmmi) bv the boatswain and a sailor-of the Mauna Kb - .'. l . A Towarrla the morninz hours r the searcher afier, the, lost teeth discov-: ers the window lot aicabln- openT-the cabin being occupied; by 'Mrs. Sloan I and reposing in a glass he, finds a set. of falee teeth almosWa counterpart i of ' his lost ivories which he imme diately purloins. , .' .;. More trouble ensues: .when Beat rice's mother misses her aids to dl- ' ferTJon and a hue and cry of "stpp . ater pleased . twD crowded houses, thier is raised Billy in the mean- lxzy's Vacation: is the title and It time." having; the lady'a teeth In his served 1 to show all the members of possession. . t. i the companjr off to , splendid advan- Billy's 'teeth next are, put up to. be tage. The audience was ' taken Eold at auction, for tho benefit of the through three scenes of mirth and mu sailor and boatswain off 4ha goodshilp uic. The complicated, situations which il Sale of seat for .the recital by Ma came Carusi. Jhe eminent, harpist; at the Alexander Young Hotel hall this evening 'under the auspices of the Morning Music Club indicates a crowd ed house, backed by much enthus- fftm . ThftVXfnrnlnf Must rinh 'f (making the occasion a special tribute to Madame Carusl, nof only as a harp 1 1st, but also' as - a' woman ' composer, and has been correspondingly . active ' in seeing that a representative Hono . lulu audience is -present. " 1 ; It is announced that the program . will include some of Mamade Carusl'a biggest harp numbers, and. In addi tlon, some of4be unique, Gaelic, num- H bers in which Madame Carusl sings and accompanies herself on the harp. Also, it is said ' that there .will be some surprises for . th'o audience in the songs and Instrumental selec- ; lions from Madame Carusl Vown coin liositlons, which - are to be rendered by members of the . Morning Music . Club and other artists who have vol unteered for the occasion. ' in rehearsals, r Mrs. Chas. Hall has Jieen creating quite a sensation with 'The Falconer" song. ' which is re ported to ' be i a. song i of exceptional dramatic force.- Mrs. Ingalls is also expected to make ' an unusual ImDres- t sion vrRh :her two numbers, the "Ave t Maria" aria by Bach Gounod in which tn the harp uct0 "J1 Ksrhehameha , College. - i.ht,ll,oali t fft .i,.,, ,1,. ,-,,.1 Ha . . - - v . ; r: ,, . ZZ, Z . : Mauna Kea.' Everyone excepUng Billy .Utg' to, ilra Sloan' 46 -tha .lad"i A TW ' result Is that. Billy- can say Beajttlc$ j ' charming ' though , scrappy , sister. Harry Garrity as the; boatswain': and ' Ray Hanford 'as the: sailor, do some ; exceptionally fine comedy work,- each having been just a trifle better ; In . every unaertaKing; during ,znp season. I GamtV sines a Bone dp-aline with thn trip- of the stock company, across the f actflc and scores a .hit , ;, ; ..; . . : The Drosram Rtatpa that thp onm. pany, which closes Its present season tonieht. will return with a nnmnlota new repertoire." It is to hei honod tlu-t' more offerings on the order of , Billy" will be Included. : w; w. BIJOU 1THEATER The new . show that " Monte Carter presented last'night at the Bljbu the- Izzy gets into while on his vacation furnish fruit for; much laughter and genuine amusement v Geo. Weiss, as the country; constable, gave a good Impersonation of the character, while Harry Hallen as a tough did well. Miss Dee 'Loretta was charming as Miss Virginia Ham, a retired actress, and Miss Del. Estes enacted the role of her daughter. The role" of Fritzy Fluffs, a country girl, was ably hand led by Blanche Gilmore. . The role of i Max, lazy's son, was played by .Frank Harrington. . ; r ; 1 -;'. A pleasant feature of the show was the musical, numbers as they abound ed In clever and odd novelties. "Peg o My Heart" as sung by Miss Dee Loretta was very pleasing. Geo. Arch- j cr sang "My-Gal Sal," a touching and j sympathetic ballad "Pinkerton De tective Moon? was offered by Frank Harrington, assisted by the Dancing . Chicks in a surprising novelty. "Ala . bam" was rendered by Miss Estes and "Good-bye Boys" by Harry Hallen. The duet between Miss Estes and Harrington was favorably received. JOHN EILLS IN JAIL IN JAPANESE CITY 1. y Latest Mail TOKIO. John Eills. the business manager of the Japanese Advertiser, wanted in Boston for the abduction of bis daughter and for contempt of court, was arrested today on an am bassadorial requisition on a charge of perjury, as abduction is not extradit able in Japan. Eills was formerly a clergyman, a telegrapher and a broker. He is wanted by the Boston authorities for jthe abduction of his daughter, who (was awarded by th,e courts to his wife after their separation. Mrs. Ellis re sorted to moving pictures to trace the couple and by this means they were located. ' Gtoarno' Eloctrlc l?Ot 22 RbQCh PCGtO THS ft ATI ORAL RAT KILLCH '.' Beady . for; 09eu Better than traps,: ' 5mU by Drafxtas,2ScsjMl $1X0 -or Bent direct, clurtn prepald.oa reodptof pries. ' : : . , , MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS - , Stsanu' ElMtrie Pasta Co., Chicago, tX THE DATE :IS 'H'rM p'iir OCTOBER 21st. AT THE ';'fi Alexander Young Hotel ':-:j8 P. M.-;xi ; .:';;-v , ' V ' ;;-"!.i . ,:..;; J And Her Own Compositions. - ;Under' ; -" the auspices .of the Morning" H$ M isic Club; andr ' ' i :.----J'r vJ Assisted by: J. : ;' MRS. CHAS HALLv Soprano. ; H MR3A Bl:riNCALLS,Vion f : 1 MRsJeLSIE CROSS rIOWARbr Con-" MR.. ARTHUR. F.. VYAllC Tenor. MR CEO.'a;' BROWN. Baritone v;';:-: THE AD CLUO-QUARTETTv ' -T" ?Yon Jhave never- heard,' the r harp until you have heard Carusl" is, the verdict of the musicians of Europe and America. 4 ::i iUi v ?; :;;r; ; AD MISS 10 N. . ; 1 ONE DO LL A R The Gigantic Slaxighter Sale : ' Is Still on at 152 Hotel Street ' Mi y R. i B E N N Successor to -J. Lando .- 1;. Decoratic' Papers arid Favors for ' HALIOTTE'EW , , at A R LEIGH'S, on Hotel Street Me v for fa. Square Meal and CKop Suey dinner at No. 10 N. Hotel Sti nr. Nuuanu: V S.i KelHnol, Mgr.; Tel 4795. PtlOTOCCAPttW Wall & Dougherty MfATCH REPAIRING Alexander Young Building !0RE BREADTr--- Ms 1 ' SEATTltttij ;;::,iiiiai!:&. r Usual Price, $3.00 . '... Selling for I 'MHE STYtE CENTER Fort and Merchiat ' f- V :. . .... , : , t . 1 KOXDATi ' " Leah! - Chapter, No. 2, E,' S., '7:30 p. m. , : ; " Honolulu No. . 403, ; Special, f 7;S0 p. mi. Second Decree. TfF.DXrSDAYi V - ;,; Hawaiian No. 21, Special. 7: CO p. m.i Second Degree, j V1 '. Honolulu Chapter, No.'l, Spe - cial, 7;S0 p. m : - wAHi visiting xnemiers' cf tia order are cordially invited to ct ;' tend 'meetings of local lo3. -. U050LULD xcrcr, c:V r. c. p ::s, a.-p.---o. l. , A l::;U la tt:Ir tall. c. ) Klzs EL, rear Tcrt, I ' A Kery Fri iay CTt 1 ,1 :-.f? V. ;' corr. n. n. ;:v,: T,v :-, -;. ; JL pu:;:.:ir. r " ' - 24 - 4ia 'ivllca ; ( r'.'-'d ft y 'ci tsci . ;Conth. at IL P. rt ' 'IlalL 7:C3. p. n. . ' "Jt'."rzleTt cf cti Cirls Lr .'.-.f.-rsy 0 rAr-:c:!'Jnr.j . "7 .Ecr..c.'.;l 1 art- cc;J!:I!y io . AisstlaL's " -W fite4 to attest , Meets every 1st tzi 2i Tuc day evenings at 7:23 o'cloci la K. kof: P. Jlall.. cor. Fort tzi Beretanla. Visiting broken cordlall' lavlted to attend. . A; IL AHIIEN3, C C. ; , :, ; ; - . I; B. RESVE3, K. IL 0. L', i ,L. O. O. . " . will meet at their home, corner .Fort and Beretanla '.Streets, every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brothers; cordially invited to attend;- H ':"' -S: ,;- CLEM K. QUTNN, DlcUtor. v ' JAMES W, LLOYD, Secty. X i J r Men's Collars last longer when V- ;!"'( - sent, to the r- -FRENCH LAUNDRY v 4 Wear-and-Tear kept down to the ' '. ;; minimum. 1 : . J. Abadie, Prop. - Phone H3t QUINN'3 NUBUCK DRESSING , V For" Nubuck Shoes - ' ' s . Mcl N E R N Y SH 0 E STORE. . Fort Above King. ; . L A D l E S I S .H O E S . ' ' - , " '." All LeathersS3 and S5.5S; h..;:a-fo;.n;g;;;c :(;:;; ; Hotel and :Bethei Streets :1 - 3 : JTrAtt-BULtETlXGnrE3 TOD TODAY'S 5 ETTS TODAY r .Ol - - i ' .-. ,- ... , -? .