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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THTKSnAY. DEC. 12. 1012.
WORK OF 'BIG SISTERS' IS
Filler il;c v il Firal iult rest tt.;t'
v.; is ;;,-ii!:'nl la' 1 v.'ei-k 'sli-n I!h- Kiio
h.Ti.i 'l::!i a!i(i a ineet.hk for t li
iirpM' tti th- auvi-abilit
it having a "Hi.
is v. all i lit? or Pie
laiiiiini;. looi" i th-
men's tini' f';r the
score nrfn; at th
wci-f hardly a
i-.u- lii u esMer-
The r'pr s :Lti!i ion was. Iiowcvi'r,
f Honolulu's thinking wunwTi anf
-.it li and every o?i there was en-thusiaj-tic
about tin- iiiovcniviit.
.Mrs. . F K. Steele, wim is at the
lx ad of tin- movciiifiii, pre, hied at t!i
meeting. In lie r little talk slip-told
of tin many tilings along the line of
investigation in the matters that have
outraged Honolulu- that Have been oc
cupying her time during the pas
week. She not only visited the Circuit
.Court Lut also made two trips to the
Juvenile Court, where a number of
icases regarding little children were
The real purpose of the meeting
was to discuss the advisability of
bavins the Big Sister movement here
associated with the Associated Chari
ties or with the Kilohana Club. There
was Komo feeling expressed as to
having it associated with the Kilo
liana Club and many of the women
thought it best to have it an auxiliary
of the Associated Charities. It was
finally decided that they would bo
' n circle within themselves and elect
a president, -secretary ' and treasurer.
AMU SEMEN T S j
HUGHES CO. FAREWELL TONIGHT
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HUGHES COMPANY WHICH WILL BID HONOLULU PLAYGOERS
"ALOHA" TONIGHT IN BIG SPECIALTY SHOW AT THE LIBERTY
There was only one happy pair "be-1 quest, each member of the company
Mud the rag" after the show at the! win Present new specialties, and the
Liberty last night, and those were the Texas Tommy winner. Miss Phillips,
will give a solo dancing nun. lo
AviMKor of the Texas Tommy con-j nighCs show will be the last Hono
test. All the other competitors reck-, lulu will see of this talenteii aggrega
ted it was a skin game, especially j lion for two years, as their tour in
the Hebrew omedian. who, after re- eludes the Orient, Australia, and pos
lioarsing at the theatre at !:. a. m.
with his partner and spending much
time, temper and inspiration, no; to
mention his laundry bill, surely pick-
cu nmic:i as t ne winner, tie even
went ko tar as to buy a new $,"
Drownie camera, in advance with his
prize money, and today he is a sad -
icr. but wiser man.
Tonight, in addition to
Aiv" llaces," produced by
"A Day at
BENEFIT DANCE FOR
NEW CATHOLIC CHAPEL
The dance given in aid of 'funds .for
lb' new Catholic chapei i ti rtmaliou
next Saturday at ihe Outrigger Club
promises to bo a verv succ essful af-
lair, judging from the report of the
ladies in charge of it. who. under the
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ioi:ks . .
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
ORGANIZED; CIRCLE STA RTED ! MORNING MUSIC
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mi the "iuhth oi Jaii'iary.
General Meeting in January
On the fourth of Januarv there
l i' a irjeetiim of all of the
she philanthropic socie; ion
Tlioiii-'h the meeting will not be held
until utter the first of the year many
of the ladies have already gone to
work for some of th littl" girls who
are sadly in need of big sisters.
At the opening of yesterday's meet
ing Mrs. Steere told of a few cases
where big sisters could be helpful and
just Lefore the meeting adjourned
Miss .Maynord gave a list of forty-two
girls some ot them juveniles and
some of them past the juvenile age
who have or need big sisters.
A number of the little yirls she
told of had been disobedient, some of
them were just wilful and others had
gone so far that either a big sister
will have to get right in and lend a
guiding hand or their cases will go
so far that the inevitable will hap
pen and they will be called into court.
At the close of the meeting several
of the ladies took the names of those
girls from Miss Maynord and then
and there took up the work of a
sibly South Africa. The iioyai Ha
waiian Band will give them a fare
well concert tomorrow afternoon on
board fhe Nippon Mam, which is ad
vertised to leave at p
i vert lseu to leave at p. in.
j Manager Levey and his partner.;
'Dob Hughes, have now four big shows
1 on the read, and they hope to book
their farcical cornedv
hhrouRh the Orient in about
j months, en route for Australia.
t guidance of Mrs. Heapy. are
J nothing undone to insure a ei
'ant time for all who attend.
! ():ie of the best quintet club
1 Islands has been engaged
evening and will play from s
j until midnight. A number of
s in the
cars have been chartered
evening. so there will lie no
of necks to cat eh the last car.
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Why Not Silver
FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT? No house
keeper can have too much of h. Even a small gift of
is sure to give p?easure. The new "Flowor-de-Luce
pattern has a dignity and beauty heretofore found only
in the best Sterling. C Every piece of Community Sil
ver is plated heavier than triple and will wear a lifetime.
for !he daucf are ."." and cat) he had
r.i thv Outrigger pate Saturday cvt-i.-
AN ACTIVE YEAR
Yesterday morning the Morning Mu
sic Club met with Mrs. YV. I). West or -velt
at Waikiki and the following pro
gram was. rendered. All of the mem
bers are accomplished musicians and
each one acquitted herself creditably.
Two movements from "Aus dem
Bohmer Walde Dvorak
a. In den Spinnstuben
b. YValpurgisnaekt '
Mrs. Kenneth Barnes
Mrs. Frank, Atherton
You an.! I Lisa Lehmann
Heading Program Music
The Hour of the Whippoorwill . . , .
Harry "Worthington Loomis
Enoch Arden Tennyson
(Accompanied, by Miss Clarke)
a. Concert Study in C. . .Rubinstein
b. . Liebestraume Nocturne No. ?,..
Mrs. .Elsa Cross Howard-
Trench Songs, ISth Century...
Moonlight Nicht. ..Hans Hernann
Miss Mariojti Hayiland
Lullaby . : .'.Gertrude Borman
During the year 1913 the following
program will be carried out by the
members of the Morning Music Club.
Each month one of the members ar
ranges the program to be rendered
and the selection of the participants
is left to her discretion. An effort is
usually made to have each of the
members take some part in the work
during the year.
January Arabesques, Impromptus,
Etudes; Grand Opera Arias.'
February Sonatas, Symphonies;
Light Opera Arias. .
March Concertos, Fantasias; Folk
April Spring Songs for voice or in
strument. May Dance Forms, Fairy Tales;
Song Cycles. ,
TO PAY TAXES
Taxation- Without Representa
tion is Tyranny for Women
As Well as Men
CHICAGO, Nov. 15, Miss Belle
Squire, president of the No Vote, No
i lax league of Illinois, whose motto
is, "Tax-rtion without representation
is tyranny for women as well as men,"
outlined her objections to paying
taxes in a letter addressed to County
Collector O'Connell last night. It is
in reply to one from the collector
tberatening suitior non-payment of
In the communication she asks if.it
is' not illogical to try to collect taxes
on her little furniture, while millions
cf dollars worth of mcome-bearing
stocks awl bonds lie in vaults over
looked, and adds.
"As for 'delinquency,' it has no ter
rors for me. I much prefer it to meek
submission to an intolerable indignity.
Nor do I fear unpleasant notoriety. I
am inured to unpleasant notoriety, for
T was. born a woman, which is still
thought to be sufficient reason to keep
the creature so born meek and uim
t;e" REDLANDS PfllEST
SPEAKS MIND AT
'Stay Home and There Will Be
No Need for Juvenile.
SAN 15 ERNAKDINO. ChL Nov.,
Rev. Father F. J. Fitzgerald of Red
lands caused a sensation at todav's
sesiion of the woman's- clubs of this
(cunty, called to organize a Juvenile
l'rotective association, by declaring
that women's ciubs in a great measure
vfie responsible' for the very thing
they had gathered to discuss.
Father Fitzgerald made it plain to
the women that he believed mo:hci
v. ould accomplish tar more by uivin
treir attention to their homes instead
o1 clubs, and delared it they did '-is
I I I Ik lii nmmimii
iCHILDRENNEED "CASCARETS" WHEN
LRUSS. FEVERISH OR CONSTiPATEl
A;iv ( hii.l will gladly take "Casca-
, n ts Camly Cathartic" which a t gent-
..- never gripe or produce the slight-
st uneasiness though cleanses the
rule one's Constipated Rowels, sweet-
ens the stomach and puts the liver in
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.'
Tho only baking powder
mudo from Royal Crapo
Dream of Tartar
there would be no need for juvenile
Mrs. EUa S. YVestland. president of
the Federated Women's clubs for the
southern district, replied to Father
I itzgerald's rebuke. She said women's
ciibs had done more than anything
else to improve home conditions and
MAUIITES TO SEE
The play 'The Revolving Wedge''
given by tho, students of the College
of Hawaii at Thanksgiving is such a
success that the members of the cast
have decided to take the play to Maui
where it will be presented during the
Xmas holidays. This plan was sug
gested by a member of the cast and
met with unanimous approval. The
management corresponded with H. P.
Weller, manager of the Maui theaters,
for information as to all particulars
and the answer being extremely sat
isfactory full plans for the trip were
The cfist and coaches are to leave
Honolulu on the Claudine. Friday,
December 27, for Kahu'.ui December
28 the first presentation of the play
is to be given at Paia. The follow
ing Monday, December SO, the sec
ond performance will be given at Ka
hului. The third and last perform
ance is to be given at Wailuku, Wed
nesday, January. 1. The cast will
then return to Honolulu to resume
school the nevt week.
Considering the success of tho play
as given at Thanksgiving there is no
doubt but that it will be a still great
er success on this Maui tour. The
play, as previously mentioned, is a
football romance iai one act dealing
with tjhe old aw the new ideas of the
proper . observance of Thanksgiving
day. The leading
part, Mr. Martin,
hit at the recent
play. The Irish
is to be taken by
who made such a
production of the
maid. Nora, taken
Foster, is another
by Miss Shirley
part which made
a great hit. I h
many amusing in-
cidents which she create:; succeeds
in bringing down the house every
time. The other p'irts will bo tak
en by the samp persons as before
with the exception of Dob Leslie
Clark, who was so successful in that
part at Thanksgiving, will be unable
to accompany the cast to Maui but
his place is to be taken by Chase Fos
ter. The cast will then be as fol
lows: Mr. Martin, Clayton Cousens;
Nora, the Irish maid. Miss Shirley
Foster: Nell. Miss Dernice Smith;
Hob, (.'base Foster; Captain Dolan,
Scott tratt; .Mrs. Martin. Miss Lilian
Boyd: Dr. Drown. Harold Starratt:
Ned Diddle. Ted Tracy.
All money, over expenses, derived
from this trip is to be used at the
College for the construction and sup
port of a tennis court which the stud
ents have long been trying to pro
cure. DR. O'CONNOR TO
The regular meeting of tb Ha
waiian Engineering Association will
be held at McKinley High School at
S p. in. tonight.
Dr. J. M. O'Connor wiil address the
Association on 'chemical Methods of
Concrete Analysis." Dr. O'Connor h;i
made a very exhaustive study of this
subject aim his Uilk wiil T r -;i t of the
new petrographic methods of analys
A large attendance of niembers is
Importer Fort St
a health-.- f'tr1. ;;
' Full i;v : '::
g: r-s n-': j s n, ca
Mothers a:: ;'-'
'this genric. t ho; ci - :i
Never gripe or alckeiu
It was Louis XL as far back as 1245, who began the presentation
of new cloaks to members of his court. Men no longer wear them,
and suits of Stein-Bloch have taken their place. We have the size to
fit any member of your family, or the friend to whom you would
from 50 cents to $3.00.
are here in richest shade? j
We are showing the finest lines of Pajamas from Del Park
and Bathrobes from New York and London.
Prices suit you.
made of fine leather and
filled with articles of
finest quality and workmanship.
THIS IS A MAN'S STORE AND WE SELL EVERYTHING A MAN WANTS. THE LINE OF
SUITABLE FOR CH RISTM AS "SEASON IS BETTER THAN WE HAVE EVER OFFERED.
THING IS REASONABLE IN PRICE AND OF M'INERNY QUALITY.
Barrel of Fun
THE EVENT OF THE YEAR
; 5 Rounds
150 Pounds Ringside
KIBBEV vs. DON A VAN
Fifth Cavalry Srcond Irfar.try
ALLEN vs. WILLIS
Field Artiiiery Fifth Cavalry
BLONDY FlOSS vs
YOUNG JACK JOHNSON
Heserved Seats: t i .00 and
Stage. $2.00; Gallery. 50c.
at $6.00. mad of pure
silk that will shed water.
FOR.T and MERCHANT STREETS
"THE STYLE CENTER"
(Formerly the Orphcum)
Hotel St. next to Xoung Hotel.
NEW PROGRAM TONIGHT
First Run Pictures
Special Attention Given to Ladies
and Children. f
Adults ..20c, 15c
Children 10c '
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY
We will sell at public ;utcliii the
property known its
of the late
December 21, 19I2
j Thr sale is to be held on the premises
Tlii.i pr.-,j : ;y iias a lr;;i!ae ;;i
'm!' l-'i.'if:;i a'nl l'u;;( h!n. I 1 r-t ? :
.ilid ("n:a:;i.- tti area ir ;n ; ..
Ar t'.c a:nc . inic a:nl pI.T c aiII i"l
! - I I a lui ni va!iiai(U' Pimm1 ure c m !
jsisiii-. t( ! 1 1 j t i.ia!c, ,i'ia!iO,iny . i
! Irak, A.-iirii,i and 'ak I n mm . ;i ; . i;ii;
i-ii':-. drori.i- a' u-s. ar:ii n i : . i ' ;
; i r ;' aii:a-'!f jait.t ins.
F"!' f'i!"i,r nv' i m .a . s ;i'i'i 'u
Jas. F. Morgan Co ,
FrirTlhlnir In tnc Drlnfln? Ilti-. :it
Slar-Hulhlln, lak:i sir !; hfuiub,
in the mittr.al that
means comfort. From JI2
in cambric and linen,
single or in sets with tic
and hose to match.
How pathetically unreal
ecems the life of children
in a great city I how far
removed from , "real
childhood! It will do you
good to .see XhUdren
who Labor" one of the
' " ; truest; rntense-est Tieart
throbbing films we've
screened. (Three other
interesting subjects, too)
THE A TEL
Baseball for Sunday
3 P. M. J. A. C vs. P. A. C.
. . ...
.- - .:
Hcrved Scats for crntcr of sranl
KtHnd and wings can h booked at 11
O. Hall & lion's Sporting Department
(entrance Kin;? fctreet) up to 1 p. m.;
after 1 p. m., at M. A. Quoxt St Co
Klnc and. Fort ' :
Exclusive Yet Inexpensive Headgear
MRS. BLACKSHEAR ,
Harrison Blk, Fort SL.nr, Berttanfa
IN-al Ilalc, I.oau, luirslmrnt?, -Ilrntals
Cl'MIA UIJjG., MKliCIIANT ST. .
tr md on latest London, ParJS
arul New York Custom Lasts.
RCGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bthl Straata
riito.r?r:n Intr f ih!iet rr3I
ran Im Mnri-1 Irom the Mar-ltallt Ma
nHt-Kni;r;nlr.ir I'liVUL ' ::
a Lime uiuu
Shall Lead Then
TUT A W A f