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George Webb Presents His Players All-Star Company in
ED Blondell & Co. - A Real Orphcum Act
Attorney-General Must Decide Picturesque Career of Kama-
ROBERT EDESOK in
Which fund WillPay for
aina, 94 Years Old,
Brought to Close
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."'Gripping Western Comedy-Drama in Four Keels Featur
ing CliarJ (lebhardt-auil .Jennie IcPljorpon
The Oiitlav Reform
LITTLE MARY PICKFORD
a - r in two different reels ; v
AN ARCADIA MAID IN THE SEASON OF BUDS
' KEYSTONE COMEDY THE CHAMPION DRIVER
V-v : TWO SHOWSr 7:15 and 8:45 P.M."
Prices: 10, 20 and 30 Cents. Reserved Seats, 50 Cents
uTHtzATtf Hi I
THE HOUSE OF
tt FOR THE LOVE OF A MAN V
Two-Reel Reliance i feature Story of a , Woman Who Gave
Up All for the Man She -Loved
Thfe'IIaYriage lafataha (Indian Dratna) . ... . jMaJestic
Under Desperation's Spur ratna): v -Kalwn
The Chicken Inspector (Comedy) ... . V : . Vitagraph
In a review of the Kewalo reclama-1 John K. Snmher, bom 94 rears ago
tlon project and the egal technical!- in, Hawaii, the son of one of the first
ties wnicn nave ansen to cnecK ine wnne TmniiRmnis 10 ine isianas. as
improvement work temporarily Super- found dead in hl9 bed Saturday. Death
" intendent Charles R. Forbes estimates was due to eld age. Funeral services
i that the entire improvement should be were conducted Saturday from the
j completed in six months' thr.e. 'residence of R. W. Davis, a nephew,
The amonnt of nil by property-own- and interment was in i rrivate plot' at
'era remaining to be made, he esti- Mokapu.
'mates, amonnts to 124.398 cubic yards. I Mr. Sumner's death occurred in the
The amount already filled by the con- residence of his nephey. R. Davis,
tractor and property-owners is 284.933 at Mokapu. where he had resided for
cubic yards. many years Mr. Sumner was the son
J Another lexal question has come up of Capt. William Sumner, who camo
'which the attorney-general will be to the island of Kauai as a cabfn boy.
asked to answer respecting 'the fund He deserted the ship and was adopted
from which money shall be taken for later by the king of that island. Cap
' the filling of the streets fn the Ke- tain Sumner married a member of the
'.walo district It is held that the ter- Hawaiian royal househoud.
J ritory must stand this expense, but A biography written some years ago
' Superintendent . Forbes is in doubt of Mr. Sumner gives the following
whether the law which created the re- account:
volvlng fund gives authority to expend John K. Sumner was born Septem
from that for streets, -s the property- ber 16. 1820. Then followed his only
owners will not be required, under sister, Maria S. Davis, born January
the -attorney-fcenerars opinion, to re- 16. 1825. There was also a brother,
fmbnrse the territory Tor the improve- William. The Ellises, known as tTu'
menf of the thoroughfares. If the re- Sumner heirs were William Sumner'3
! volvlng tmL cannot be used to pay for grandchildren. R. W. Davis, better
' these fills Superintendent Forbes known as Wallie Davis, only son of
wants to know wha fund or appropria- Maria Davis, was born some 38 years
tlen is;avaflabie bt Iti l.J
advantage of that re
markable offer of Ye
give a 10$ Discqunt oil
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proving a great
advantage of it
ago and he has figured in this case in
protecting his uncle's Interests.
His father's partner, John K. Sum
ner, Was the second son. When he
had grown to be a boy his father took
hlm'to sea on the brig Waverly, trad
ing and filr hunting along the Cali
I6rnla coast. Then Captain Sumner
took up land at Molanalua, taking his
sons, "Willfam and John K. In as part
ners,Vand at imes hal several thou
sand head of cattle. In 1847, Captain
William "Sumner died, and in 1849.
I when the gold fever broke out In Cali
I fornla, William. Jr., went and returned
I home. Then-John K. Sumner went
Dr. Dorenws Scudder, pastor or cen- the following year, 1850. and returned
tral Union church, last evening told a aftr crtnKider&Me
. large congregation the story or ms re- nard i-citt to Honolulu
t t-ent Tlsit to the. mainland in the m- it was then he met his future wife
.lerests of the Campaign Of "good wHl. hl brother WflHnraVi hnna h
He laid special stress on the endeay6r being a Tahitlari . princess named Ni-
: which , was made to perpetuate me nho, Vho was married to him by a
. friendship now existing between Ja-. Protestant missionary named Arm
, pan .and the United States and intl- gtrong. his spdnsor being Governor
mated that the campaign was success- Kekuanaoa. father of Kamehameha
-ful In large measure. i V.iHls wife Vame on the French man
j, ;Dr. Scudder related briefly the in- of-war from Tahiti In 1849, which de-
augurauon oi me campaign ana uivmanded' Justice on behalf of some
appointment, by the Federal Council t French priests "whb'had been ill-treat-
; or me v;nurcnea or nnsi oi Amenc m , 'r
of two Committees, one to Vork ajnong t prom the 1 ntatrfeire came no off"
the churchmen and th 5 ether to Inter- gnHng. thns leavlns: his sister'. MaHa
.Tlew legislators and businessmen to s. Davis, 'next; then her son, Wrallie
turn-ptiblic opinion against the Intro- Davis ; , then Ihe fnilses, the Jatter be
ductlon In the California leglslatnre ; ing gfand nephews and niece.
W anti-alien legislation. ' ; y On Sumtter'a arrival at Tahiti he
U Dr, Scndders work kepf him In the went Into the raising of sea-island cot
Masx me greater part me nme, ton, which at that time was In de-
j rrmgnrg nim jinio con? act witn sen-; mand In Europe and America. After
: hiutb, reyreacniM.ue auu iwum5 uuy tnree and a half years he gave up the
i measiuen aau vaurcu wumcrs. no cotton Industry and Went Into the cat
had a "brief interview with President tta.
t Wilson Tegafdlng American-Japanese the Nihtto and with yotrag Wallie Da-
umunB, um uo wu ue h.uui i Tis as Doatswain, made a' number Of
liberty to make nubile the details of successful trips froni Hawiii to Tahiti,
jthls conference. - " "Ibnylngall his cattle from John Park-
It is. hot known as yet. said "Dr. r nncle of the weU-known Sam Park-
, Scaidder, whether the program cutlln er. '
led by Dr. Sidney L. Gullck to handle J At ' last success fallod him in . his
T matters pertaining to Japanese legis- trflTisnni-tjStiAn hv sen hnvimr rnnrio a
iiauon win ue aaopiea in us enureiy.i60 days' "voyage from here to Tahiti,
I68lflg the great majority of his cattle.
In 1897, John K. Sumner catoe back
from Tahiti and shortly, after his wife
'died, on, July 29, 1898. . He remained
I It is up to the Amerlcaj public to de
, ride, he 'added.. In an addfess neit
ounaay evenmg ur. ocuaaer win leu
of ; the snggestlons which have been
presented by the mainland campaign
pertahtag to Hawaii's part in the pro- Ua Tahtt on April 1. 1901. he resldmg
there until 1902. arriving in Honolulu
joh August fco. that year, on the steam
er Sierra and falling into the clutches
BleVen years ago, John K. Sumner
was the center of a legal battle in
which he strove, to regain possession
of such of his fortune as remained In
gram.. Of .Apierlca'8 relations with Ja
pan ana me unenu , '
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MOTHER! THE CHILD
I v ' IS COSTIVE, vfiiLi0U
Dent htwtlhiie! A' larallre fs neccs-
i sary If tongue is coated, breath
. . , . , . bad '.or stomach sour. ..f
. Give "California Synrp xat TIs" at
onoea teaspdbhful today often saves
a sick child tomorrow." .-; ''
If your little, one Is'dut-of-sbrts, half
sick. Isn't resting, eating and acting
naturally look, Mother! see' If tongue
is boated. This Is a sure sign that Its
little : stomach, 'lifer, and bowels are
clogged with waste. When cross, irri
table, feverish, stomach sour, breath
bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea,
s-re throat, full of cold, give a tea
spoonful of "California Syrup of Figs,"
and, In a few hours all the consti
pated poison, indigested food and
sour bile gently moves out of its
little , bowels, without griping., and you
n'ateawell,playful child again.
"r Mothers can rest easy after giving
this harmless "fruit laxative," because
it never falls H to cleanse the little
one's liver, and bowels, and sweeten
the stomach, and they dearly love its
pleasant taste. Ful directions for ta
bles, children of all ages and for
grown-ups printed on each bottle.
; Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Aik your 'drnggist for a 50-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs," and then
see that it is made by the "California
r igByrup Company." Don't be fooled!
The regular annual meeting of the
Catholic LadiesVAId Society will be
held at the residence of Mrs. John
Bowler. 3111 Diamond Head road. Fri
day, January 13. at 2 p m. Officers
will be elected at this meeting and it
Is earnestly requested that all mem
bers will atend. Adv.
The French steamer Puehesse de
CJuIche foundered in the Havre road
stead during a gale, cloven ier$ons
EASTERN STAR CHAPTER
Xewly elected officers of Lei Alcha
Chapter No. 3. Order of Eastern Star,
were installed into office Saturday
night Past Worthy .Matron .Mrs.
Henry H. Williams had charge of the
' .The officers installed arc as follows:
V6rjhy matron, Mrs. Harry T. Holl-
mann; worthy patron, Lyman I.
George; associate matron, Mrs.
Creighton; treasurer, Mrs. Eleanor S.
Barry; secretary. Miss M. E. Lishman;
marshal, ifrs. Alice Stephenson; cjiap-
lain, Mark "P. Robinson; conductress.
'Mrs. Dodge; associate conductress,
Mrs. Jacobsori; Adah, Mrs. Wright;
lluth. Mrs, Burrell; Esther, Mrs. Belle
Lowry; .Martha. Mrs. George; Electa.
Mrs. Sutherland; warder, Mrs. Co-
VeHs; Sentinel, Edgar, S. Barry, and
organist Margaret McAllister.
A banquet followed the installation
ceremonies in the Chapter s hall at
tfie Masonic Temple. . t
OLIVE BRANCH LODGE
Impressive ceremonies marked the
installation cf new officers of Olive.
Branch Rebekah lodge No. 2. Indepen
dent Order cf Odd Fellows, in Odd
Fellows' hall. Fort and King streets.
The installation was conducted by
Mrs. Jennie Jaccbson. vP. X. G and
assistants. Following are the new of
ficers: Mary Cross, noble grand; Myrtle
Martin, vice grand; Susan l.ando. sec
retary; Rose l.nndo. 1. . f;., trens
nrer; Helen Armstronc. v.nr.lrn- iipn.
rietta HicIow, renductor: 7elirn Wil
liams, F, X. G., chaplain: Jacob Landn.
THE RINK, FORT STREET
COME ENJOY YOURSELF
Evening. . .
....7 to 10 P. M.
P. C, R. S. N. G. ; ITmma Mc Keague, t ai l "with Ijewejs vahied at $."titjto Vancouver. D. C. where he will
L. S. X. (I.; Aime Bieknell. V. S, G., was captured -i nunutes later through cross to Japan. . T'
R. S. V. G.; Alice' Samson. P. N. ('... a d;c rjntfon given by Mrs. IJaker.
L. S. V. G.; Jean Schwar2lerg, inside r
guardian, and J. Williams. P. G., out-' Charles C. Witmar. an American av
side guardian. j iator. notified relatives Decatur,' 111.,
o of hi apimintitent to th Uusrsiaa air-
A daylight burglar who entered the ship. corps vith headquarters at Se
home 'of -Mayor Baker of Cleveland and bastopol. He is already on his waf
One of the palaces at Messina.-Italy,
damaged by the earthquake in 1308.
owing to bad weather suddenly cot
lapsed, burying three families in the
ruins. Six persons are said to bo
still under the ruins.
written is now at everyone V finger tips
And EVERYONE can phy it with such perfection of technique as has
been excelled by no living pianist, and also with feeling and expression
that is wonderful and masterful. The marvelous expression devices,
found only on the genuine "Pianola," "enable a mere novice to
produce music that surpasses the hand-playing of pianists who have
spent years in study and practice. The ftenuine "Pianola gives you
both music and the fascination of producing it yourself. The purchase
of a genuine "Pianola" means immediate music in your home.
There is but 0JV,
It is Standard of the
World, and is made
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