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TEB PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD VEST! SEX, HONOLULU, TUESDAY, KOVEMBES 16
Mince Pie Jj
'3 Time is Here ! jf
In thousands of homes at the dinner
hour, young and old hurry to get the climax
erf the feast, a slice of good, old fashioned
You can have the most delicious mince pies with the
least work by getting
the most appetizing combination
together. Delicious, whole
some and good; every ingre
dient carefully inspected and
prepared in kitchens of spotless
Tea Garden Mince Meat is
put up only in glass jars with
glass covers; no metal to cor
rode and thereby spoil the
Insist on Tea G arden Mince
Meat; it costs no more than
ordinary kinds, but oh! how
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Pacific Coast Syrup Co.
Los Angeles Portland Seattle
Packers of Tea Garden
Preserves and Syrups.
for mince pie ever put
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We have just received another
carload of these famous Stoves
and Ranges from $ 1 0.00 up
wards. CASH OR INSTALLMENTS.
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Read the "Advertiser " World's News Bally
Matron of Susannah Wesley
Home Telis of Her
The following interview with Mrs.
Mack, niatroa of the local Susannah
Wesley Home, appeared in the Denver
Post of October 27, ia connection with
the story of. Prince Ito's assassina
tion: "Friendly feeling is never maintain
ed between the Japanese and the Ko
reans unless something very strong is
brought to bear." is the statement of
Mrs. Metta F. Mack, who for four
years has been at the head of the Su
sannah Wesley Home and Training
bcliool in Honolulu and who stopped
over in Denver for a short time, at
the deaconess' home, to present be
fore the Methodist board of missions
here her need for a larger appropria
tion in her work. She left Denver for
Minneapolis this noon.
"The first year I was sent to the
home," declares Mrs. Mack, "was one
of the hardest that I have ever ex
perienced. Our home is for Japanese
and Korean women and children. It
was the first time in the history of
the island that the two nationalities
had ever been brought together, and
the enmity between the two peoples
was something that taxed my utmost
energy to overcome.
' ' We succeeded in our work and a
Japanese woman will now care for a
Korean baby with almost tenderness,
where before she would see one die
without the raising of a hand to help
During the earthquake Mrs. Mack
was in San Francisco, where she had
been doing missionarv work for sev
eral years among the Japanese and Ko
reans there. She is making a tour of
the country, visiting the large cities
and endeavoring to explain the need
that the work there has for a larger
support from the Methodists of the
Most of the Korean women of the
nstitution where Mrs. Mack has her
headquarters are women who have do
mestic troubles. It is the custom of
the Korean man, when he finds that
his wife is unfaithful to him, to muti
late her in a terrible manner. Some
of the women who seek refuge in the
I'.ntn n Qra rlrnca ttKam fnnaa ii i x -n Kaan !
scarred for life by their husbands, and
who fly to the home in order to es
cape death at the hands of their
The trials that the missionary in the
foreign field must endure are of the
greatest, and when sufficient support is
lacking it is the hardest imaginable
kind of a life. Mrs. Maek's support
has been unusually meager, and the
fact that the work of the school has
doubled since its beginning has not
brought any increase in the appropri
ation from the board of missions.
The last vear it has been necessary
for Mrs. Mack to keep an American
boarding house in Honolulu in order
to make her expenses. She has been
in missionarv work for ten vears.
"The Japanese and the Koreans will
probably be affected in their spirit to
ward each other by the lto killing,"
said Mrs. Mack, "for their hatred to
ward each other is of the deepest dye.
"Something greater than an ordi
nary,, force will have to be brought to j
bear in order to overcome this reel
ing, which increases with the years
rather than decreases."
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DR. HOBDY RESIGNS AS
HEAD OF THE SERVICE
Step Taken to Allow Him to Take Up
Private Practice Here.
The United States Marine Hospital
Service at Honolulu is to lose its head.
It is not often that the marine ser
vice loses its head, but under the pres
ent circumstances it is excusable. Dr.
W. C. Hobdy has written out his resig
nation, and although it has probably
not yet reached Washington, "it's on
its way," and will doubtless be ac
cepted when received.
Doctor Hobdy intends to take up a
private practise in this city, and as
he has a host of friends, his decision
wiTl be warmly welcomed. He has been
in the service of Uncle Sam for twelve
years and has been at the head of the
San Francisco, as well as Honolulu,
Doctor Hobdy is not orily known
here as one of the best doctors in the
city, but also as one of the few sur
geons in the Territory, and is admitted
by many of his fellow practitioners as
the best. He has lately performed sev
eral operations at the Queen's Hospi
tal which have resulted more favorably
than could have been expected.
Xot a minute should be lost when a
child shows symptoms of croup. Cham
berlain's Cough Kemedy given as soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or ever,
after the croupy cough appears, will
prevent the attack. For sale by aii
dealers. Benson. Smith & Co., "Ltd.,
agents for Hawaii.
The child who defined a mountain
range as "a large-sized cook-stove"
had imagination, if not accurate in
formation. On a test paper at the
Sheffield Scientific School, an older
student made a much wors-e blunder.
The question read, "What is the office
of the gastric juice?" The answer, s)
doubt struck off in the heat and hurry
of the examination, was "The stom
ach. ' " Everybody 's Magazine.
is an important
thing for people to remember who drink beer in the
tropics! Primo contains less than three per cent,
alcohol and is really a temperance beverage. It con
tains no preservatives and is guaranteed absolutely
If you are one of those who look upon beer as
an intoxicating beverage, and don't drink it for that
reason, you are simply denying yourself one of the
most healthful of all drinks. It will make you strong
In ordering beer always be sure to specify
The Jeer That's JDrewed
locuit The Climoie
leaer.er was teamg her class little;
stories in natural history, and she a-ke-t
if any one eoald tell her what a ground- j
h.- was. Cn went a little hand, wav- !
me frantically. "Well, Carl, you may j
tell us what a ground-Log is." 44 Plea? e. i
ma'am, it's sausaae. " ' Everybody's I
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