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HONOLULU STAB-BIJtXETIN, Mi X DAY, 1 AXUAUY-1 U 1913.
i KEVALO FILUNfi iJOIUILWJ! TONIGHT TUESDAY Wednesday 4 - Tonight and Tomorrow Night Only TO BE RESUMED v : T a . t' ! I matmee uaiiy George Webb Presents His Players All-Star Company in MOKAPU HOME ED Blondeli & Co. - A Real Orpheum Act WITH, AttoraeyrGeneral Must. Decide Picturesque Career of Kama- ROBERT EDESON in Which Fund Will Pay for aina, 94 Years Old, Is Reclamation Project Brought to Close 1111! OIDDEIIN IN SIX MONTHS. LA w K Mi. MAW TO Old-Fashioned Comedy ami Both Country PRICES: 25, 50 and 75 Cents. i nursday . . Gripping Western Comedy-Drama in Four Reels Featur ing Charles Gcbhardi and Jeannio McPherson The Outlaw Reforms! , . ' Also 4 : LITTLE MARY PI CKFORD ' "! J,J: in two different reels' ; " AN ARCADIA MAIDIN THE SEASON OP BUDS KEYSTONE COMEDY THE CHAMPION DRIVER : TWO SHOWS: 7:15 and 8:45 P. M. Prices; 10, 20 and 30 Cents. Reserved Seats, 50 Cents ! - v FOR THE LOVE OF A MAN Two-Reel Reliance Feature Story of a Woman Who Gave nn All for the Man She Loved The Marriage of Matana (Indian Drama) . . . . V;$ujestic Under Desperation's Spur ( Drama) . . . , iKalem The Chicken Inspector (Comedy) . . . . . . . Vitagraph fclatin.ee: 1:30 o'clock. Two Shows Nightly: 6:45,-8:15 t you, advantage of markable offer of Regal Boo.t. , Shop n whp ftlMb.M11 there this month. . : The discount is proving a great attraction: take advantage of it - 4 , B yourself COUPON STAR-BULLETIN WAR MAP OF EUROPE Send three of these coupons and Fifteen Cents to the Star-Bulletin and receive the new and np-to-date map of Europe. mmf Love Story Portrayed in and Citv TELEPHONE 3937. THE HOUSE OP FEATURE FILMS TONIGHT THE HOUSE OF SILENT DRAMA t00i u re- takin that Ye In a review of the Kewalo reclama - tlon project and the Vgal technical!- ties which have arisen to check the improvement work temporarily Super- ' intendent Charles It. Forbes estimates t that the entire improvement should be completed in six months' tia.e. The amount of fill by property-own- ere remaining to oe maae, ne esu - mates, amounts to 124.396 cubic yards. .The amount already filled by the con- i tractor and property-owners is 284,933 'cubic yards. Another legal question has come up of Capt. William bumner, who came which the attorney-general will be to the island of Kauai as a cabin 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 hi the Ke- tain Sumner married a member of the walo district It is held that the ter- Hawaiian royal housel.oud. 1 ritory must stand this expense, but : Superintendent Forbes is in doubt t whether the law which created the re volving fund gives authority to xpend from that for streets, s the property- I U4V W J V l V X V VMM owners will not be required, under the attorney-general's opinion, to re- imburse the territory for the improve- ment of the thoroughfares. If the re- ! volving fund cannot be used to pay for these fills Superintendent Forbes wants to know what fund or appropria- Dr. pdremus Scudder, pastor of cen- tral Union church, last evening torn a large congregation the story of his re- cent visit to the mainland m the in-, terests of the, campaign of "good will. t H6 laid ipeclai stress on tne enaeavor : which was made to perpetuate ine friendship now existing between -J a RFV. SIMFR , m a mji i v' v bm m- m -' i ' - t t S :- s ? ; SB! pan; and tne " United States and lnu- strong, his sponsor being Governor mated that the 'campaign was success- Kekuanaoa, father of Kameaajnba ful In a large measure. v. His wife came on the Frencb man- I Dr. Scudder related briefly the in- 6f-war from Tahiti in 1849, whieb' de ' auguration of the campaign and the manded justice on bthalf' of some appointment oy me peaerai council French priests who had been ill-treat-of the Churches of Christ of America ed. ...... ; of two committees, one to work among , prom th marrijLee Am nn off. the chtirchmen and th s ether to Inter- Tlew -legislators and btisinessmen to turn public opinion against the Intro- auctiott. in. ine -vuiornra legislature 4 Oi anti-aiien legislation. s . j J ' Dr. Scuddefs work kept him In the. J East the greater part . of the time, rnnging nun jnio conract vnm sen- , ators, representAtives ana leading pus- , messmen ana cnurqn . worsera. tie ' had brier mternew with resident tie business. He bought a brig called 'Wilson .regarding American-Japanese f the Jinlto and with young Wallie Da l matters, but'. he said he was not.at: Vis:.as boatswain, made a, nutaber of liberty to make public the details of j 8UCcesful trips from Hawaii to Tahiti, j this conference ' (buying all his cattle from, John Park- J It is not; known, aa . yet said Dr.' er, uncle of the well-known Sam Park- ocuaaer,,,wnether tne program outiin . ed by..rr. Sitoej L. Gulick.to haiidlej matters Pertaining to Japanese leeis-' Jetton will be adopted In Its entirety. it i up to tne American puDiic to ae- cide. he added. In an address next Sradayf evening Dr. "Scudder will tell J of the suggestions which have been- presentea Dy tne mamiana campaign pertainfng to HaWairs part in the pro gram of America relations with Ja pan and the Orient, tth ' MOTHER! THE CHILD 1 : - IS COSTIVE; BILIOUS db7X nesitaxe: A laxative is neccs- ' i aary If tongue is coated breath : ... . ' A bad r atomaca aoar, Give "Caiiifbrnia Syrup-of at once a teaspoonful today often, saves a sick child tomorrow. If your little one Is out-of-sorts, half sick. Isn't resting, eating and acting naturally look. Mother! see If tongue la coated. This is a sure sign that Its little etomach, liver and bowels are Clogged with waste. When cross, irri table, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, i re throat full of cold, give a tea spoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few . hours all the consti pated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of Its little bowels, without griping, and you nave a welUplayful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," because It "never fails to cleanse the little one's liver and , bowels, and sweeten the stomach; and they dearly love its pleasant taste. Ful directions for ba bies, children of all ages and for grown-ups printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. A,k your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figr." and then see that it is made, by the "California r'ig Syrup Company. Don't be fooled! advertisement MEETING NOTICE. The regulaf animal, meeting of the Catholic Ladies' Aid Sotiety will be held at the rrsidence of Mrs. John Rowler. 3111 JManiond Head road. Fri day, January 15. at 2 p m. Officers will be elected at this meeting and it is earnestly requested that all mem bers will atend. Adv. The Frrnrh ctoamr Inichop.r tie Quiche foundcre! ia the Havre ioal stead during a gale, eleven . persons drowning. I John K. Sumner,, bom 94 years ago in Hawaii, the son of one of the first white Immigrants to tbe islands, was found dead in his bed Saturday. Death was due to old age. Fi.neral services were conducted Saturday from the residence of K. W. l)avi. a nephew. and interment was in a private plot at . jioKapu. Mr. Sumner's death occurred in the residence of his nephey. R. V. Davis, t Mokapu. where he had resided for many years Mr. Sumner was the son A biography written some years ago of Mr. Sumner gives the following account: John K Sumner was born Septem ber 16. 1820. Then followed his only alster, Maria S. Davis, born January 16. 182.. There was also a brother, William. The Fllises, known as tho Sumner heirs Were William Sumner's grandchildren. R. W. Davis, better known as Wallie Davis, only son of Maria Davis, was born some 38 years 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 soif. When he had grown to be a boy his father took him to sea on the brig Waverly, trad Ing and fur hunting along the Call fornJa coast Then Captain Sumner took up land at Molanalua, taking his sons, William and John K. in as part ners, and at times hal several thou sand head of cattle. In 1847, Captain William Sumner died, and in 1849, when the gold fever broke out in Cali fornia, William. Jr., went and returned home. Then John K Sumner wpnt the following year, 1850. and returned after considerable experiences and hard luck, to Honolulu. jt was then he met his future wife at hig brother William's house, she being a Tahitlan princess named Nl nito, who was married to him by a Protestant missionary named ' Arm- spring, thus leaving his sister, Maria s. Davis, next: then her son. Wallie Davis: then the Ellises, the latter be- ing only grand nephews ftd niece On Sumner's arrival at Tahiti he went Into the raisin of sea-Island cot- ton. which at that time ,was in de- mand in Europe and America. After three and a half years he gave-up the cotton Industry and went into the cat er A lagt success faUed him in his 60 day; voyage from here to Tahiti, losing the great majority of his cattle, jn 1897 John K. Sumner came back from TahiU and shortly after his wife died; on July 20, 1898. "He remained nere untii 1901. when he went back to Tahiti on April 1, 1901. he residing there until 1902. arriving in Honolulu on August 20, that year, on the steam er Sierra and falling into tbe clutches of lawyers. , Eleven 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 tact i ' v . . . 1 . e EASTERN STAR CHAPTER INSTALLS OFFICERS . Newly elected officers of Lef 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 ceremonies. The officers installed are as follows: Worthy matron, Mrs. Harry T. Holl mann; worthy patron, Lyman V. George; associate matron, Mrs. Creighton; treasurer, Mrs. Eleanor S. Barry; secretary, Miss M. E. Lishman; marshal.' Mrs, Alice Stephenson; chap lain, Mark P. Robinson; conductress. Mrs. Dodge; associate conductress, Mrs. Jacobson; Adah, Mrs. W right; Ruth, Mrs. Burrell; Esther, Mrs. Belle Lowry; Martha, Mrs. George; Electa, Mrs." Sutherland; warder, Mrs. Co vells; sentinel, Edgar S. Barry, and organist, Margaret McAllister. A banquet followed the installation ceremonies in the Chapter's hall at the Mason!c Temple. OLIVE BRANCH LODGE INSTALLS OFFICERS Impressive ceremonies marked the installation cf new officers of Olive Branch' Reheknh lodge No. 2. Indepen dent Order cf Odd Fellows, in Od.l Fellows' hall. Fort and King streets. The installation was conducted by Mrs. Jennie Jacobson. P. G., and assistants. Following are the new of ficers: , Marj- Cross, noble grand; Myrtle Martin, vice grand; Susan luindo. sec-rotary;- Rose l.an.lo. P. . O.. 'treas urer; Helen Armr.tranjr, warden; Hen rietta Rigelrw, conductor: Zeliea Wil liams, I . r, , chaplain- Jacob Lando. COMING WEDNESDAY Williams THE RINK, FORT SKATING P. (5., R. S. X. (J.; Emma McKeasue. escaped with iftvls valued at $"0 L. S. X. G.; Ainie Dicknell. P. X. CI., was captured -0 minutes later through R. S. V. G. ; AliCf Sanson. P. X. 5.. a description given by Mrs. Baker. L. S. Vr. G.; Jean SchwarzberK, inside , guardian, and J. Williams, P. G., out- Charles C. Witmar. an American av side guardian. iator. notified relatives at Decatur, 111., - of hia appointment-to the-Rusman aif- A daylight burelar who entered the ship corps with headquarters at Se- home of Mayor Baker of Cleveland and written is There, is 1 1 'w III it is Standard of the World, only by The Aeolian BERGSTOM MUSIC GO. Odd Fellows' Building HI1 1 THEBILLION-BUBBLf mMm . THE CALL OF THE PATHE WEEKLY Malcomb IN COME ENJOY YOURSELF '. Afternoon. ..... .2 to 5 P. M. Evening. . . .7 to 10 P. M. bastopol. He is already on hia way The .finest now at everyone s And EVERYONE can play 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 orf the genuine "Pianola,' enable mere novice to produce music that surpasses the. hand-playing of pianists who have spent years in study and practice. The genuine "Pianola gives you both music and the fascination of producing it yourself. The purchase of a genuine "Pianola" means immediate music in your home. but ONE Genuine a v ? Exclusive Agents for Hawaii 0RTH" STREET Admission 10c 25C Skating to Vancouver, R C, where he will cross to Japan. , j One of the palaces at Messina, Italy, daniagvd by the earthquako in 1908, f 2 . I I . h lapsed, burying three families In th ruins. Six nersons are said to be 'Still under the ruin9. music ever finger bps s and is Co . Honolulu 'if-' Pianola, made LTD