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'- r W. B. OLESON IS ! Fair Mont""' Maiis ani Chaperone Here on Flying Visit f New Spring Straws and Panamas CALLED BY DEATH ON HEALTH TRIP ETGTfT (font irnifij from pace Mie libs !:, i:. ''..i r;i.t in 1 1 f n i i 1 1 ' 1 1 Mrs OI-s(..'i !.i s t.h&f iiain ) i:i fVs'i iind K'ilr.1 on th- t'an lr:. i 1 t f.iiVd ;.ftr pHi cj! ( n t'u- tram. Tfif Uk)v mis mb.iini' i n fl;iff. Ar;'vn:i . Int train topped Ht dv hu-.i k. f r v. l:iYh Mrs. Ol'-w n jirr k- '- !. (I to LorniiCnl t' meet I t ( sn:i r f Wort-ester, da iK'l.t-r f rt tn W'fi it I "! i:i I.omli;irfl. led ls:le Ms onlv her Mcii, Kdv. .Mass . .ind a Plains. N -v Tti' fiiru-i a! v us where h- u us liu: brt liter. Had Long and Useful Life. Hey. Mr. oleum had U-d .1 Ion? an1 tU8ffiil life, n ik h of it devoted to the upbuilding of rrHgu n iind education In Hawaii. ' He wa lf;rn In Portland. Maine. fJejitemlier n. ifc.'i. and prepared for college t Portland high school. He entered the I nKerRity of Maine in the rlasR of 172 hut left after 'two years. From X7r to 1872 he was .in newspaper work and the wholesale Krccery business, leavltlg'that to teach in Illinois from 1872 to' 1874. He waB In Oberlin Theological seminary from i 1874 to 1877. taking the bachelor of divinity degree, and then for a year .waa iwfitor of the Congregational church at Gambler. Ohio, being com". . jelled to give up his pastorate after ix months on account of nervous prostration. He then came to Hawaii and was principal of the Hilo boarding school from September 1, 1878, to July 1, 1S8, when he became principal of Kamehameha, schools, which position lie held until July 1,. 1893. In that year he was In newspaper work and book publishing and lecturing in the Slates, in 1894 be went to Belmont Congregational church, Worcester, Mass., as pastor, remaining there un til 1898, when he accepted a call to Warren. Mass., holding this pulpit un til 1905. In 1906 and 1907 he preached In Ware. Mass., and Holoke, Mass.. respectively. In 1908 he became sec retary of the Hawaiian Board of Mis. alons, which office lie had held up to the present ., . . Rev.iMr. Qleuon took a lively inter est ia' contemporary affairs being a strong advocate of good government movements. In :18S8 -he wa -offered the post' of ra!n later of foreign affairs in King Kalakatia's cabinet but de- BUTTE'S BEAUTIES HERE 21 FAIR, AND ALREADY THEV WANT TD STAY Montana Girls Cable to Ar range to Spend Four More Days In Honolulu "M-O-N-T-A-N-A. Mcntana I love you" was tne loyal nnisn 10 me ireasure state song sung by 21 fair tourists from Montana as the Mongolia neared the dock this morning. Montana was soon changed to Aloha when Dr. Coop er, Mayor Lane and Ben Hollinger wel comed the traveling guests of the Butte Miner and the girls were whisk ed away through the tropical scenes of Hawaii by the Paradise Tours. "Such a place to live," exchimed the maidens from the cold climes of the North. "To think of swimming in March!" The charm of Hawaii got into the blood of the travelers after a ride to the Seaside hotel -preliminary to the Hround-Che-island trip today and when the party assembled at the cable office to send a message home a strike was declared. Evett Montana records for riots were broken. the party, snys she has quite a time trying to curl) the enthusiasm of the mountain girls for everything on the trip. Whenever things would get j rocky on the ship some lightsome maid 1 would start: Who are, who are? Who are we? Don't you see? We don't quarrel. We don't fight We're from Montana. We're all right." Today the party is being conducted around the island by the Pandise Tours under l P. Warner. P. C. Hall, T. W. Taylor and Secretary Taylor of the Promotion Committee. They will lunch at Haleiwa hotel and be back about 5 o'clock this afternoon. A dance will be given for them at the Seaside tonight and tomorrow the boys of the Outrigger Club will t'ke them out surf riding. Monday there will be a tea for them at the home of Dr. Cooper. The extended stay will prob ably change the program. : Thus far none of the travelers has chaperone. Futte; Miss Marie Mulhol land. Butte; Miss Sallie Pierce, Mea cierville. Mrs. Nellie Sullivan. Meader v.ile; Miss Mae Pagan, Lima; Miss Margaret Mitchell. her Lodge; Miss! Kthyl .Icnes. Twin Bridges; Miss Olive' Wilkins. Whitehall; Miss Marie Muss ler. Three Forks; Miss Kdith Cook,1 Roundup; Miss Mamie Burke. Helena; I Miss Rose Shaw. Livingston; M saj Grace Dillon, Big 'limber; Mrs. Daisy) Sorenson, Thompson Falls; Miss Bon nfe Anderson. Billing; Miss Nellie La velle. Columbus; Miss Mae Grant. Ka lispell; Miss Nellie McCarthy, White Sulphur Spr ngs; Miss Pearl Royce. Lewistown; Miss Bernice Kempton. Glendive; Miss Florence Crane. Fort Benton; Miss Sallie Mellen. Maxville. i . . : i ... 8 ! declared the sightseers in unison. L9r of:. the school committee tf Wor, nVA w,rp nromlRftd a Blx weeka. trlD i r nd we want to spend most of It in cester In 1 837 but declined the post tion. n , . - -- - - , 1 I III II I , TFIITTiinT nl 1 HT llflfrl t UN i a nu WILL PICK SITE, ' SAY WISE ONES Hawaii to learn how to ride the surf COUSINS WILL SOON GATDER IN ANIALf EETMl Just in from the centers of Men's Fashions The new Straw Hats are most in teresting in their departures from last spring's styles although there are no "extremes" in their designs. Straws: $2.50, $3, $3.50 In new Panamas we have some models ou should see immediately. "Better than ever. Silva's Toggery, Ltd. "The Home of Good Clothes" Elks1 Bldg. King Street ways a notable event, productive of reminiscences of the past and of old Hawaii. The Ccusins' Society will hold its znnual meeting on April 24. 1915, at the old mission home; Members and - 'That -Byron R. . Newton; assistant ecretarr of the treasury, will have-a rood deal to say, about where the mH lion, dollar federal building- shall go ia.' the belief of those who were close ly in touch with E. C. Rueh8am when the BpeclaL agent was in Honolulu. v: Aaalatant Secretary Newton will be a member of the congressloaal party coming here ahd as the selection of. a site has been left entirely in the treas ury" department's' hands it is under etoodsthat he will devote a good deal of hia time to considering the question. Ruebsam took a lot of data back with him when be Bailed this week, but he rare little Indication of his senti ments as between the Irwin and the. Spreckels sites. - Assistant Secretary Newton is re rarded as one of the .brainiest men in the departmental affairs or the. nation al capital.;-- - -;' He was born - at Wirt, Allighauy county, New York August A, 1861; kon of Laurens C-and Irene (Scott) Newton; attended f Oberlin ' college, 1 SS2-4 ; married Winifred t Cattle of Seward, Neb, October 3, 1900. He be pan in newspaper work in Buffalo, N. in 1887; legislative correspondent,! Albany, .1892-1900; war correspondent! In Cuba for Associated Press, April- September, 1898; 'political and descrip-. tlve writer. New York Herald. 1902- 10; appointed private- secretary to secretary of the treasury March 5 1918; assistant secretary of the treas ury since October, 1918. He is a mem ber 5f a number of societies and clubs. i i ; boards. J i ' - ' ' ' ' A vote was taken and another cable will be sent asking the Butte Miner to extend the stay in Honolulu from four to eight days. "A. P. Taylor of the Promotion Com mittee and a representative from the Star-Bulletin went out to the Mon golia as it lay off harbor this mom- ins and decorated the party with leis . , buu piuueu uuituua ucauug uic ajniiuui "Cross-roads of the Pacific" upon them. The girls were "very happy to be here at last after a rough trip rnd all ex pressed regret at the shortness of their stay. The following clipping from the Butte Miner explains the nature of their tri!. Twenty-one of Montana's fairest daughters are touring California, the two expositions and Hawaii as guests of the Butte Miner, the Treasure state's morning daily. They are the selections of a popularity contest, con ducted last winter and brought to a conclusion on January 20. In this con test the entire state, participated and members of the party represent every section of ;the great commonwealth-. Mrs. Charles Wilson, a well-known Butte society woman, accompanies the party as chaperon. "The party left Butte on the after noon of March 18 in their own- pri vate Pullman car for Salt Lake City." The party, visited the expositions at San Diego and San Francisco but ex pect to have the .best time of the -trip In Hawaii. "Can we have- a moonlight swim? Will 3'ou show us how to ride a surf board?" and many other enthusiastic questions were literally thrown at Mayor Lane and Dr. Cooper as they attempted to paint in part Hawaii's beauty snd hospitality. The girls were the ship cut-ups, say the officers, and managed to keep the Mongolia lively until its arrival. When asked if the voyage agreed with them they replied that riding the waves was different from riding a Montana cayuse but it was just as much fn. Mrs. Chrles Wilson, chaperone of heen homesick. A picture of the airls . with the Hawaii building at the fair ! friends are invited to come, for many was one of the features of their stay ! bo are absent in body have sent there. their photographs and promise to "be "People go wild to see Hawaii Rfter present in spirit' cn that occasion, a visit to your exhibit," said one girl. There are more tSUn a thousand " The personnel of the party is as fol- metubra on the rolts' of the Cousins' lows: Mrs. Charles Wilson of Butte,' Society and the annual meeting is al- SAY DACIA SEIZURE Iigerents and not fl. case of "capture on slght"as was at first supposed, was the opinion expressed by the 33 offi cers and men of the vessel who re turned to New. York on board the PREARRANGED BY ALLIES Rochambeau cl the French line. I The crew cf the little cotton vessel. That . the seizure of the American which has become such a famous craft registered '-steamsftipv 'Dacia jby a -by reason of her adventure, say they French Jnstead cf an English or Rus- sighted severaT Bf!tishwar -ships ta sian war ship," was the result of an the way over but were not. molested "understanding among the allied bel- until they met the, French Auxiliary cruiser Europe on February 28. M'osfof the sailors of the delegation say that they went on the trip purely in a spirit of adventure, and that they are very well satisfied with the out come of theii experiences. A majority of tnem set out from the pier to look for new Jobs. 3- By a .vote of 145? to 42, the voters of Shreverort; La:r decided to return to licensed salooi "to licensed saloons.. E HEADACHY, DIZZY, BILIOUS? i v V. ' CLEAN YQUIt LIVER! A DIME A BOX V, . Sick headaches! Always trace tncai to laxy liver, delayed, fermenting food In the bowels of a sick stomach. Poi sonous, constipated matter, ascs and Xile-generated in the bowels, instead of beiat carried out of the system. Is -reabsorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tis sue it causes congestion and that dulL sickeninaT heforh. i Cascarets will remove the cause by stimulating the liver, making the bile and constipation poison move on and out of the bowels. One taken tonight straightens you out by morning a 10-cent box will keep your head clear, stomach sweet, liver and bowels regu lar and make you feel bright and cheerful for months. Children need Cascarets, too. CANDY CATHARTIC TO WE EXPRESS OUR HEART FELT SYMPATHY IN CON NECTION -WITH THE LOSS OF THE F-4. . n (0)n JU S)00c, Lull 1 o i ; ? 4 ; i : 'Time to Re-Tire' (Buy Fisk) Fisk Tires are the lowest-priced of any high grade tire Come in and . ask for the new prices. "Red-Top" guaranteed Tires are for 4000 miles and adjust ments are made by us. The Mongolia brought more, new I n d i a n Motocycles Drop in and see them. Notice their mechan ical superiority. Now is the time to buy if you are at all interested. - ... .. . .t ,Mi , ::!rstu'm,,if"1 Semi-Porcelain Dinnerware 50-piece Sets. Lotus Pattern. $(5.75. .lilin' u'illrw Pnt 1 o-lii, $S.l.") I I..4 0 Willi, ill I ( ' I II, sfc; Mi Plain Wiiito. $').)() X,). S.VJ1 1- IJonlor Pattern, $!.;") (ii styles too sms ro inn una or fun mt tamt km this nun-utu 4 10 CENT BOXES -ANY DRUG STORE 'I .r ' i '; ;? ' .'r Medium-priced ware for everyday us: 1