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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1913.
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HAHUr,IAY PARADE FEB. 22KD
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awaits you if you decide
The new models are com
fortable without the' sacri
fice of style, 1 and stylish
" sacrifice of
At a recent meeting of the members
of the Palama Settlement Improve
ment Club, an organization which was
perfected several months ago. It was
decided to call a mass meeting on
February 13 of all the residents of the
Palama community, at which Dr. J. S.
E. Pratt, president of the board of
bealth, will present his plans for the
Opening of the congested portions of
the district. -
'The Question of the crowded condi
tion of Palama Is one which has long
confronted the community, and the
matter has been taken up by the im
provement club with a view to rid
ding the district of this condition. Br.
Pratt, was called into consultation by
the members of the club, and the
plans which he has formulated . have
Undertaking an elaborate garden
fete during Carnival Week for the ben
efit of the Army Relief fund, ladies of
Fort Ruger have, added another fea
ture to the official program of Floral
Parade features. -The fete .will prob
ably be held at Xapiolani park, and the
date has been set for Wednesday, Feb
ruary 19. .
With a number of women of the
Coast Artillery who are active and ef
fective in affairs of this kind, the suc
cess of the fee is assured.' Mrs. Ed
ward J. Timberlake has charge of the
fete and will be assisted by other la
dies of the fort "
The, Army Relief fund is devoted tc
caring for destitute widows and or
phans. A call from Mrs. Burbank,
who is at the head of the organization
Fort St, near BeraUnla v.
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been Adopted by the club. According in New York, has reached the womeaJ
to Dr. Pratt, the one way in which the or the artillery of this elty, and they
overcrowded condition may be over-j nave immediately set Jo work to raise
come Is by opening up cross streets ! funds to send east v .
through the blocks which are crowded) ; The pa will be ropd off and ad
wlth tenements and where the exits . mission will be charged to all-who go
and entrances to these tenements are 'te- of the attractive fea-;
by narrow lanes. It Is thought that - tares will be the Japanese: tea garden,
by the opening of these cross streets where Mrs. Humbert will preside. She
that, in case of fire, the department wilt weat a Japanese costnme and will
would be given afar better chance r to f "9!s4 by, eeveralIittle aapanese
get to hWr wrkr-A ft now, - 1 ; J 4,J; ur
should a tire break out In the middle Many of the ladies -of tae.postbavc
of cntf tJf a blocks where th4re ate - been,amnse recently bj ' iertuaeelh
no entrances other than small . lanes, a f ' 6? f?
It makes U impossible for the ? fire Jon as the Beautlfur rene JShe
w.rtnWtrt''tei- : - Y Iwus consented .lo-f give no exhibition
PrnSun wUl .be held In ?ft
order to put tbese plans before Jbe fStwT
-5,r ttiTlI?iiSlI?tnyi!i --tlss.:okFrldMUI other amuse
will mean that iiew. streets will -be-, km-w.v,,..
made tnore- accesslblfev; ; . , epalat -and Mrsi; Aimletottan4iMts;
costomes'f ':": :. ' '.'
:-Mrs. iSdward' Carpenter, assisted by
a bevy ct society maids .wfll .hare
the' teis and cut flowersv
The tee crtam ' and cake i and mother
delicacies will be in the Jiands of Mrs.
Joiinstone' and ' Mrsl 1 Clarke. Punen
lemonade ami itltaer' soft drinks 'will!
Dias--troted of to a furniture storee setVed' . -y? vu.- '-M ''
and iiowte tittle orn.vllthe .little '"wWaerftne cause tor.iwticli thisfete
room tapposed to iba dominated by the is considered ; there . will ptobably be
impdsins .personality ot Catn-art ,tsv hundreds of people at the park to con-
i.r' hfhrr Twilihl'ibt) f .which -Mr. v . v -ikb W,., ,.nni;-
thas can see'lils smilliigivlsage "ro , Aomanedlct troiibWs telephone'
XConUniied from Paj U ;
Jlected;: whenever ,5ne ' t finds : time t
pause In the rush of his important
tlatles lor Ithe foutslde, dislncts.'
gtrla .to mtfrry antlt they are 28, and
in the f mure' marriexi women will not
Ke admitted to'tte service and a; vow
Incidently the desk cost ?75and theif ;t oiaiacy will t)e required bf 'the
bill has not yet gone to the auditor
for payment. y-yi
j Irglie fcnes.' The ,!ealct .ts' meeting
When Brigadier General .Macomb,
who sailed for hqme yesterday on the
transport Sherman, arrives in Honolulu
and has a chance to tackle the mass
of business that awaits his attention,
it will be definitely known what will
be the extent of the military parade
on Washington's Birthday. It is up
to the department commander to say
whether the entire command of Oahu
Is to be turned out, or .whether only
the mounted regiments will make the
long march from SchoOeld JJarracks
to participate in the review. ;
Adjutant General Campbell wait
ing for a conference with General Ma
comb before issuing the order for the"
movement of troops, but it'ts believed
that the latter will decide to gtre 4io-
nolulu aight of the foil anneo
strength of the department; in .wnlch
case the 'parade wilt: be farrbeyonu
any-former army 'turn-out On Hawaii.
.wiinouc souot tne two mountea reg-imentft-at
Soho field,-the FburthJ Caval
ry and Pirst ' Field Artillery will par
ticipate, as will the Second Infantry
stationed at Shatter, and the toast ar
tillery companies adjacent to the city.
If the--First and -Twentylfth are also-
ottered to- the city k the column would
consist f a full brigade of Infantry,
with a foil regiment of auxillarr -caval-
tr and; a battalion .of tf leld artllleryf a
company of engineers, hospital corps
detachment, and five companies tf
coast artillery. Besides .the regulars
there will be in the parade the First
Infantry, N. G. H.and the Kameha-
meha schrool cadet Jtattalion. CfclM
or two companies of marines may also
participate. . : - -t,
The regular troops In Hawaii at the
present time number 5130, so that al
lowing for absentees and Including
the militia and cadets, there will e
about 6000 rifles and sabres in the
parade, If General, Macomh decides to
turn out the eh tire 'command. If, how
ever, be decides that it is too much
qf an .undertaking to . march .the . foot
soldiers down from Leilehua, the First
and Twenty-Uft,h Infantry will not qxo
tlplpatet v-fv-There .are fiye .regimental
bands available, so there will be plen
Or; of: martial .raualcxto Jeitd inspira
tion ,tp the sight -t-y-i ;w
,; The line- of march and final ttetails
of the narade -have not been decided
as ..yet, but it is ; about , decided that
the column will -move front Palace
Square- at 1ft a. m., the same jIaceand
time designated . for last year's mili
tary pageant. f-
i -ast .year j the -.lue Jacket i brigade
and .marine battallqn com .the. Pacific
fleet took part in the parade, and their
absence this year -W.UI be regretfully
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WASHABIlTIES TO 1VIATCH
The above is -one of our many sprin -offerings
that are in keeping with zl.
of our IHiniishingsr-up-tOrclatc
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Suit Department is now ;
ready for thcr itop ecri of
those who . would be 1? well
aressed. . -
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VonV Hamnr toung
i Honolulu,' T. H.
New IdeailQ b$autul al.entnes -'
A,. B. A RL E I G H 4 CO.
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Importer 'Forjt St
Vaudeville's Beat.Of feting
'fc"titiMiii '"fiY i
In social parlance Governor -dfrear
will be hot at home to all -callers
ti the Chief Executive's office for tjiej
next wee, Deginmng tomorrow morn
hie: ''This" ral ' will be: adhered to
.throughout the entire day; and he an-:
ncunces that' eYen his most -intlmate-tritnds,
or departmental heads on nj
ent business bent "will be nnaole - to
tee him unless summbned or announc
ed byerritdrteT Secretary -A itott-
tPor the time Mr. Mott-Smith again
becomes the - acting rgovernor, ;an
n traced Governor Frear Jtoday, .an
set' with' 'the Executive must see.hm.:
Only In cases -wherfe : toy signature "is,
necessary to doenments wilt I be seen.
s vSolnanjf affatrrreqniring attention:.
rtw. Jast-.tfrtor to ;tae" assembling 'of
toe legislature, i have .piled .toe . work!
cf oh tae nnUITcair ste mf.xtf clear
only by :gTvfijg,an entire .week to them,
without interTuptloni My presence and
advice Is sought upon to many-matters'
ot. ; varying importance f that 1 hav.
scarcely 4Ui hour in the office for study
or. preparation onlegisiatife subjec.ts.
I no more get started on one of tnese
than J am interrupted. -This is con
naal .and the result Is ;that I spent
my spare time in .making false starts
and eettine nowhere. V ' ?j
When Malini --war. th :."Lndon . he ap
peared before V the KlhgJajtitiQnea
mben n vWashJtngQn he delighted .Ex-,
President BooseveH . at 'the- VVhite
House and .where ever hergoes he
pleases his audiences. He fsiiUiettaUL
of each town' he. visits and never1 falls
tojmxstJfy; Whiles in Honolulu, he nas
aDDeared'only at private ?eatrtain-
Hienits. ami as many-tourists and resi
dents' of tne city nave sot neen - guesta
at ithete functions MaTihi has tonSeatK
ed to give a performance at the Young
i-otei' this -evening-. He Is -known aa
the greatest '!Mpre8tidfgitateitr'in-thei
world and though he visits' towhs un-
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neraiaea ii aoes not iajteTuim wng w
create a sensation. There'has alreay.
heen a tig demand for seats "Uk ;the en-'
terteinment this evening andr-tnere is
no fear that he will "have to ( play to
ci-jpty chairs.' Tickets may be had at
the office of.jthe Young Hotel. -
Tomorrow night Malinl "will be the
big attraction at the Country Cln'o
Jtf rs. Patrick Campbell, . the- actregc.
I? suffering from nts ot despond
ency as a result- ot 'her illness. For
si months - she suffered from blood
poisoning afcd has jutt undergone "a
Guests at Alpine hotels in Switzer
land have objected to the turkey-trot
and its variations which are being im-
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ported from America, ana many ot ue
hotels are forbidding "ragging" of all
Robbers looted the state bank of
Mounds, Okla., of 13500. They locked
tiie cashier in, the vault where he was
found two hours later.
All the" raw, blazing color Df -the
ireat birat out ranges of the Arizona
iesert. nuch-ot the. vvld -life that
abbs out of and fl6wsIntd the fringe
Vcitf Uzatto& that surrounds V that
chaos of bleaki sun.7bllsUred -country
ue toube shown .by the picture cast
upon i the screen-it the lectare to: be
given by Mr. : and Mrs,. Edward II.
Kemp, In- the - opera house Saturday
evening, tickets for which are now oa
sale t sthe i promotion -committee
rooms. The: slides made and colored
by Jlr.Kerap himself are feal master
peces : qf .snch rrwqrk, . the cratsman
having put his ; ver soni In his task
of reproducing as closely, as IpossIUe
the Ravage .tints kjoX JMt dread . land.
Some' Idea of the lecture and , the ple
t qres.whlch last lpclode the . moving
pictures of thd . snake.. dancer- can ,be
gained from ,the fdllowihg aynopsls of
..Hqme of othe .Cliff Pwellers. A
Mighty ; Chasmv Vermillion i Bluff si
lTossUiglhe Pesert NavaiQ8 Even
ing; in Camp.' .Clouda.and., atorn. .The
Phinted TJesert Kocks j find : Erosion.
The Prismatic Butte. Cities of i the
Sky. Primitive Sheep.HerjUng: Jflouae
hold Duties. Climbing ithe Mesa.
The. Sentinel. iUage tLlte. ;WaichJng
the .Snake'.Dance.' .The r Rattlesnake
Dance. Sunset on the; Desert.' Around
the Camp Fire,,
Effects produced as follows; p
ratnic-Snewstorm In $ the Canyon.'
Evening in Canip. Clouds and rStorn.
The fPrismatic iButte. Sunset on :the
Desert. , -Panorama Hoiae of the CHff
Dwellers. Crossing the ,Desert Hopi
Village. Village :Ute. Animated The
Rattlesnake - Dance ef- the - Hdpl
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"While up Pauoa valley yesterday
I picked some very .fine guavas," said
William Brash this morning, "and
they did hot show a sign of having
been stung by the "Mediterranean
fruit fly. Last .year one could not
find a guava up there Which was not
Spoiled f by the fly. -f Those Igot ye
terday wercyery large, some of .them
Ss big as-an orangr.' '
As the existence of the . fruit - fly
among the wild guava Jungles was re
garded as one- of.; the most hopeless
conditions against effective control
when the campaign was started , last
year, the fact that the guavas this
year Indicate that. they have somehow
or another rid themselves of the past
Is ground for encouragement -that the
thing .may be , prevented -, from Jiavln?
the calamitous consequences feared!
Possibly there is a parasite in attend
ance on the fly which has not .yet
been discovered, or it may be that the
drought oi .last year may have had
something to do with, its reduction in
:the guava Jungles.
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ONLY A FEW LEFT REMINCTAN' tIJSrnPffWOrto. RflVAL l.
A large stock of Men's and Women's Suits have
just been unpac&ed.v Also a nice lot of Chil
dren's One-Piece Suits, Bathing Shoes, Hose,
and Rubber Caps.
First Showing of
The advance shipments of 'Spring Millinery are
now being shown. iThestyles have all been
personally selected by onr Miss Spencer, who is .
now hi the Eastern market.
The new patterns for 1913 are arriving" oil
every, steamer. A handsoinellot ,qf inadcup
ouiubi uuKTAiiio nave oeen put into biocic
Corner Fort and Beretania
Central Fbo r5?