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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1012.
iMf im tun mum m i mum -rMfcn n a hm M (
LEI ALOHA, 0. E. S., TO HOLD
Tbr iiHiiilMih of Aloha Chap
ter No O 11. S. ;irt' bupy making
doll clothes for l he -tloll fair which
they art- to hold In the latter part of
November. Tin; dollies ar- to repre
hnt many iat kiih. and they will le
HI sizes. Baby dolls, beautiful dolls,
and all horts of dolls are beiiiK d rega
rd for the Kale.
Ah yef the exact date ha not been
but a most suitable location, the
Mrs. Robert Lishman, has
been nelecied for the fair. Though
the dolls will be the most prominent
part of the entertainment, there will
also be a grab bag, a rlsh pond, as
well as refreshments.
The proceeds of the fair will go to
wards the charity fund and will help
with the other demands that are made
upon the chapter.
Smith Paintings on Exhibit.
Honolalans are to have another op
portunity of seeing the Hawaiian
paintings of Mr. Duncan Smith at the
Kllohana An league this evening. The
pictures have been on exhibition all
w eek, and the rooms will be kept open
until Saturday, but this is probably
the last night that Mr. Smith will be
present to answer questions concern
ing them. It is well worth the while
of anyone to see the paintings, wheth
er with a desire to purchase or not,
for, as has been said before, no artist
has ever visited the Islands and in
such a short period been able to mas
ter the wonderful effects of the Ha
waiian coloring as has Mr. Smith.
There is hardly a doubt that the ma
jority of . the canvases will.be pur
chased before the artist leaves Hono
lulu, for he has depicted many scenes
that other artists . have slighted, as
well as those that are popular with
College Club. .
The College Club will hold the first
of Its yearly-meetings tomorrow aft
ernoon at -4' o'clock at the Colonial
Hotel. " These meetings are held the
second Tuesday of each montn - and
are for the -members only. The meet
ing tomorrow wlll be a - social affair,
and it- is hoped that all of the mem
bers will be present
' The College Club tends to bring to
gether those hb are'lnterested In ed-
ucatlon Andlt fclso does some chari
table work, by means of helping young
girls through, college. : ..- .
I fi -rV.;--- - ' - V
Can you' Imagine a more practical article than a Toaster, a Per
colator, a Chafing Dish r-an. Iron T No. flame, no combustion, no
vitiation of air, yet absolutely reliable, saying nothing of the conve
nience and satisfaction they bring you. ,
irons . ..?t:j; 5.00
CURLING TONGS 3.50
I Dl SC STOVES .' 1 . 4.50
And others too numerous to mention.
f 5357 KING 8TREET
We are determined to
maintain the high stand
ard of our milk, and at
great expense we have
renewed much "of our
handling machinery and
installed a refrigerating
plant of the most modern
pattern. Although the
cost of feed has advanced
greatly, we will continue
to use only the best. Milk
12 cents per quart
FAIR IN NOVEMBER
Morning Music Club to Meet on Wed
nesday. With the month of October comes
the opening of the clubs that have
been closed during the summer. The
College Club holds its first monthly
meeting tomorrow afternoon, and on
Wednesday morning at half past ten
the Morning Music Club will hold th
first of its meetings at the home of
Mrs.. L. T. Peck. This will be for
members only and the program will
be an interesting one. Miss Edith
Rossyln Collais is the chairman of the
program committee this year and she
lias selected Mrs. Kenneth Rarnes as
her assistant for the first meeting.
The program will be as follows:
Arranged for Piano by Mr. Sherwood
Tolly Willrs He Arne
Songs in a May Night (Nocturne)..
Melody in K Rachmaninoff
Phyllis Hae Such Charming Graces
Leezie Lindsay Malcolm Lawson
Oriental Melody Stozowski
Idyl in A MacDowell
Vergessenheit (Modern Greek Bal
lad); Madchen Lieder. . .von Flelitz
Concerto in E Minor Mendelssohn
Romance . . Moskowski
- : Mrs.. Tenney Peck
Ladies' Night will prevail next Fri
day evening at the,Y. M. C. A. when
the building, will be thrown open to
both' men and women in the first an
nual celebration of the opening of the
new building on Hotel and Alakea
are'; positively efficient
and guaranteed in every
. way. "
CHAFERS V. 10.00
TRAVELING SETS 6.00
WATER HEATERS ..... 6.00
" - HONOLULU
2464 Phone 2464
OFFICE and WAREHOUSE:
NUUANU AND QUEEN STS.
STORAGE AND AUTO TRUCK
A. T. "Wisdom, "secretary of social
privilege of the association, is mak
ing preparation to tntertain at leajt
two thousand men and women of th?
, city. Special mnsie in the lobby,
games in the gymnasium, a ladies'
Ijowiing tournament, and a concert in
the games hall will oe among the spe
cial features of the evening. Miss
Collaib a;id Mrs. Tackabury will sin?
c: the concert and I'rof. de Grata wili
render several instrumental selec
tions. Other musicians will In- secur
ed in order that ihe association may
entertain its guests with a good con
cert of at least an hour's duration.
The president of the association,
R. H. Trent, will speak upon "The
Association's Work in the New Bui'.d-
I ing" and the services of some othei
well known business man will be se-
cured to speak upon "The Association
from the Standpoint of the Business
man." The, billiard rooms will be turned
over to the exclusive use of the la
dies who wish to match their skill
against that of their escorts. A bowl
ing match between two teams com
posed of ladies will be played. The
whole building will be open for in
spection to all. Refreshments will be
served by the social committee dur
ing the evening and an orchestra will
furnish music. All those desiring in
vitations for the social may obtain
them at the desk in the lobby of the
WOMA'N'S BOARD OF
AT. CENTRAL UNION
The Woman's Board of Missions
will meet in the Central Union church
tomorrow afternoon at 2:80, ,and the
literary topic. "The World's Bible or
Sacred 'Books," will be the subject of
discussion and will be in charge of
Mrs. W. . Whitney. A report of the
Portuguese department of the work
will be presented, and the members
of the Aurora society will render a
The yearly epecial collection for the
Armenian Orphans' Relief Rund will
be taken, and ' it Is expected that let
ters from the little Armenian proteges
will be read by Mrs. Coan, with whom
Mrs. Dean Rockwell Wickes, one of
Central Union's missionaries to China,
en route to her new home, will be in
attendance, and a social hour after the
session will give all present an oppor
tunity to meet her.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all ladies interested in the work,
whether or not they are connected
with Oentral Union hurch. -
CHANGE OF BILL AT
' EMPIRE TONIGHT
Both acts, that comprise the jmpire
Theater vaudeville, are billed tor
: changes tonight, while five new pic-
tures w ill be shown that are claimed
ty the management to be of the best
that has ever been shown at Hono-
luiu's pioneer picture house, a parti
cular feature of the picture program
. being another new Pathe's Weekly,
showing, among other subjects, the
rrislng of the ill-fated Battleship
Maine, and a graphic picture of the
haroc wrought by the recent cyclone
in and around Janesville, Wisconsin.
As is usual on the Empire program,
ct-medy pictures, of the laugh provok
ing kind, will predominate, and with
a good selection of moving pictures,
and vaudeville that is entertaining.
the empire bill for tonight makts a
bid for patronage that is the most
e&tnest this theater has made in many
LAST WEEK OF LANCASTERS
AT YE LIBERTY THEATER
While Patterson's Art Studies con
tinues to be the headline act at the
Liberty Theater, tonight's offering OT
the Lancaster ODera oomuany will
doilbtless give the Art Studies a close
run for first honors, as their selections
tonight will be Neapolitan Folk songs,
a sample of which these clever sing-
: en? Introduced in their initial pro-
1 gram. This is the last week of the
Lsncasters and their departure will be
: w'th regreat from hundreds of music
Vlovlng theater goers.
Xett on the program in point of in
terest will be four "released" animat
ed pictures, all of a character that is
believed will prove a strong attraction
a'ongside the artistic "living models"
anti the excellent singing of the Lan
FOUR FIRST-RUN PICTURES
ARE ON HAWAII'S BILL
Four first run pictures each In a dif-
ferentvein is the Hawaii Theater's
offering for tonight and tomorrow
night. On Wednesday evening a two
reel film entitled "Tragedy of the De
sert" will be the big offering. This
i feature ranks with Homer's Oddeisev
nd will no doubt crowd the cozy let
. t!e theater during its run.
i Tonight's picture includes '"Lrrtie
, Keeper of the Light" an emotional
picture "The Sheriff s Prisoner'' an
, other one of those exciting western
; pictures. "A Stern Papa" a comedy of
, the first water and "A Woman's W ay"
a true to life picture of nio:t every
, c"av life.
"Young man." said the father of ;t
bright boy. "iiiis school report ot
yours is very unsatistacfory. I don i
! like it."
i "I told ic;u li r I didn'i ihink y.ni
would,' I. 'plied l!n litilf fellow, "lull
she was too contrary to change it."
,t y .......
SHE HAS BEAUTY
Probably one of the greatest assets
.Madame Kb'anora !e Cisueros jius
as an operatic singer is her dramatic t
r personality. There art- singers and I
j singers who.se voices have been Uie
j marvels of the aire but they have"
lacked plivsical beauty, which mate
rially affected their suecfss. One un
consciously associates wiih the stage
the idea that every professional.
whether actress or singer, is possess- '
ed of great beauty, and when a con
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COUXTESS ELEA0KA DE
Who will sins here.
cert singer makes her appearance and
does not fulfil this idea, there is an
immediate pang of disappointment and
the voice is not so keenly appreci
ated. Madame de Cisneros has called forth
columns of praise, not only for her
voice, but for her magnificent per
sonal appearance, for the exquisite
taste of her gowns. The Philadelphia
Press had this to say about her:
'The Branghaene of Eleanora de
Cisneros was a wonderful piece of 1
work. Here was finished vocalism of
a very superior' kind added to a per
sonal' presence and charm of appear
ance which were notable. Mme. de
Cisneros was the most regally ; beau ti
ful Brangaene we have ever had, her
choice' of costumes going far to aid
her in presenting some of the most
beautiful pictures which it is our good
fortune to have seen upon the stage.
Certainly the lyric stage has never
offered anything more pleasing to the
eye than she was last night, and her
finished art went far to make the
performance as important as it was."
Madame de Cisneros will give two
concerts at the Royal Hawaiian Opera
House--Friday, October 11, and Tues
day, October 15.
The sale of seats began today at the
Promotion Committee's room.
For dptts and the truth about It, sti
people buy UieSLir-BnlletJu.
In order to make
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For Two Weeks Only,
Beginning October 1st
Nuuanu Street, near Hotel
m- m m -f f " as
Tho only baking powzc
, mxdo from Royal Crcpo
Oroam of Tartsrp1
IIoAIum, IIoLlmo Phosphafo
Hawaiian Opera House
I FRIDAY EVENING -
TUESDAY EVENING -
Elenora de Cisneros
GRAND OPERA CONTRALTO "
Sale of seats beginning Monday
morning at, the Promotion Committee
Orchestra, ?2.50; Dress Circle, $2;
Last Two Rows, Dress Circle, $1.50;
Balcony, First Row, $1.50; Balcony,
SI; Gallery, 5Vc.
Teacher WTiat can you say of the
Medes and the Persians?
Young America I never keep track
of those minor league teams.1 Harp
er's Weekly. ,
; . T. 1 - 1
. j -,' . j ,
room for new goods.
be sold below cost
( ii Hit i! n ' Hi ft
nVR MR. BRASCH having jast relum
M ed from the fashion centers' of,
New York, London, and Paris, we beg to
announce that , "
Our First Displays Are Now
Ready for Your Viewing.
BIG ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT
9 Clever Comedy
Martyn & Florence
' Refined Duo"
Doyle & White
Great Picture Program
', . ;
Pathe "Weekly Showing the Raising
- of the
"A PERILOUS RIDE"
- - ' Good Comedy
' ; f ' ':" ' "' Picturesque
PRICES: 10c and 15c
MONDAY and TUESDAY
We like these films ourselves, and
if we like them after being more
or less case-hardened from seeing o
many it's long odds on their pleasing
"LITTLE KEEPER OF THE LIGHT"
'A WOMAN'S WAY"
'A STERN PAPA'
(Something's on for Wednesday)
10c and 15c
Baseball for Sunday
1:30 STARS vs. J. A. C.
3:30 P. A. C. vs. HAWAIIS
, Reserved Seats for center of grand
, .stni and wins can be booked at E.
o. Hall & Son's Sporting Department
I (entrance Kin? .street) up to 1 p. m.;
! after 1 p. m.. at M. A. Gunst & Co..
Krg and Fort.
Star-Bulletin Ads. are Best Business
Mi AW A
by as embody alt
the latest artist
hc touches of
canned by the
Jlew York manu
gown js unique.;
NUUANU, BELOW BERETANIA
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Prices - 10c, 20c, 30c
fmporter Fort St
-THE STOrtE FOH GOOD
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