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Young Erin Society
HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN; TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1014.
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The green-and-gold flag of Ould Ireland over Ye. Liberty Theater proudly waves in the breeze,, for to
day is St. Patrick's Day and tonight, at 7:45, every loyal son and daughter of Erin, and their many
friends, will foregather for a long evening's entertainment in honor of the Patron Saint of Ireland. "Erin
Go Bragh". So put on your festival smile and your holiday manner, leave your troubles and cares at
home, and come and enjoy yourself. ' '
ja Spaulding Musical Comedy g
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- GEORGE SPAULDiNG. ;
Who, with the entire Spaulding Mu
sical Comedy Company, will render
. a fine vaudeville program.
T. F. SEDGWICK-
Whose fine voice ' will be herd in
"The Irish Immigrant.-
Ticltets 25c, 50c -and 75c. On Sale during day at
Bijou box office ! .
. W. H. HUTTO
The inimita"j;e singer of Irish songs
and teller of IrisU talesi. -
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Bids will be opened atVlhe public
w orks office at noon : tomorrow Tor
the contract to furnish materials for
the Maklki sloped road.' " - "
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Honolulu Dry Goods
GRAND TWO WEEKS' SALE NOW
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27 Hotel St. OPP- Bijou Theater
GOOD IRISH 1 1 TRliE MEET AT I , SUPERVISORS ARE
Wall & Dougherty
RARE JEWELS, SILVER AND
Alexander Young Building.
Ancient Orders of ; Hibernians
and Guests Toast Emerald
. Isle and Its Traditions : : ;
St. Patrick and the never-dying spir
it ct Ireland were toasted and praised
last night at a very enjoyable banquet
given in the top-floor dining room
of the Alexander Young hotel by Di
vision No. 1 Ancient Order of Hiber
nians... More than half a hundred
Irishmen and ladles and their invited
guests met around the banquet-board,
and In spite of inclement weather,
the occasion was marked by much in
formal fun and jollity and plenty of
serious appreciation of the event and
the elements that have gone toward
the making : of Irish character and
The green of the ould sod was re
flected in the decorations of the table,
little green baskets ; with the tradi
tional harp being given as dinner fa
vors. James J. Sullivan, toastmaster,
Rev. Father Valentin and F. D. Cree
don. cne of the veterans of the A. O.
H; In Hawaii, received the guests in
the mauka pavilion of the hotel pre
vious to the dinner. Governor Pink
ham was an invited guest and after
the dinner stood at the head of an
informal reception line and met these
present ; The governor was seated at
the left of the toastmaster during the
banquet with the Rt Rev. Bishop
Libert on the right
'4 Much informality marked the pro
gram, which was also largely im
promptu. The responses to toasts
were brief and - there were no; set
speeches. ,Tcasts were drunk to the
president and to the governor. Jack
Lucas proposing the latter, after a
talk in ; which he praised Governor
Pinkham and urged that the people of
Hawaii give the, executive stanch sup
port. .. y . . .
A letter was received from Brother
Dutton of MolokaL conveying his best
wishes on the occasion and for the
Euccess of the order
. Governor Pinkham, who spoke brief
ly on the tcast "The President, talk
?d somewhat - about national . adminis
tration affairs, dwelling on the grave
problems that confront President Wil
son and declaring that all good citi-l
zens should help hold up the presi
dent's hands and give him stanch
backing. He also speke of Joseuh P.
Tumulty, the good Irishman who Is
the. resident's secretary. I
Other; talks were made by F. D. J
Creedcn. Dr. Jmes J. Carev. Jack
l.ucas. phrstr Dcylc Father A'alent'n. i
H. E. Henderson, Father Maximin.j
Jack D. Clearv. Dr. J. H. Farrell. Rilev
H. Allen. John James Armstrong, t
Jlm l ' Drury, with tho ciiiiiuwrs. '
Fort Shafter, and flishop Libert. Con 1
F. Dempsey recited a humorous poem
entitled "An Irishman Dream," and
. Father Valentin sang 'a ; song, "My
Dear Old , Irish Mother" that was
heartily ' cheered- Kaai's orchestra
furnished' the music for. the evening.
One of the features was an earnest
talk given by Toastmaster Sullijra'n in
which -he emphasized .the fact that
the A. O.'H. Btands for spiritual as
well as - civil strength, usefulness and
It might be added that Jack Lucas
also gave a St Patrick's day toast
in Hawaiian and Chester Doyle obliged
with a rendition of "The Wearing of
the Green" sung in , Japanese with a
G reek accent imported from his usual
cafe haunt . -1
, Ampng those present were : ;
Governor Pinkham, Rt Rev. Bishop
Libert Father Maximin, Father Valen
tin, Mrs. E. M. Wood. H. F. Davidson,
Miss Estelle Healy. Miss Jane White,
Miss Elizabeth . McMentnin, Gladys
Thomas, W. E. Greene. Amy O'Con
nor,, Samuel F. Chillingworth; Jr.,
James J. Carey, E. W. Burgess. C F.
Dempsey. Mrs. M. r Cleary. Jack D.
Cleary. Elizabeth Gosling, Mary Gou
vela. James J. Cashman. Jeremiah
0Sulli-an. M is J. O'SulHvan, Alfred
J. Thevenin, James Armstrong, Frank
G. v J. Murray. John F. Bowes: John
D. Drury. John Sheehan. Chester A.
Doyle. Rilev H. Allen. W. C. Bergin.
Mrs. J. J. Sullivan. A, T. Henderson,
Mrs. E. J. Lord, Mr. and Mrs. F, . D.
Creedcn, J. Lucas, Mrs. Jchn Dusran.
Mrs. Cerves, Dr. J. F. ; Farrell, John
H. Farrell, UUian H. Ranien, Clara
A Rhodes. William C, McCoy. Mr,
and Mrs. T. J. Fltznatrick, J. Macau
lay. Mr. and Mrs. J. Maxam and E.
M. Wcod. i
GRAVES OF HAWAIIAN
CHIEFS ROBBED IS
CHARGE MADE TO POLICE
Vandals, are charged with desecrat
ing the final resting places of several
early Hawaiian chiefs and nctables.
v. hose remains have fcr years jecn
beld in sac-red caves at the upper end
of Palolo valley.
The-police department today has a
list of names of. a number of enlisted
men and civWans. who are chareed
with "having .visited these graves with
in the past week, rifling the tombs
and reiroving. articles cf value.
The" matter was broueht to the at
tention of Sheritf Jarrett. who has de-J
tailed an officer to make an investi
itation. Testimony adduced from a
number cf persons residing .n the im
mediate neighborhood implicates sev
eral who are to become subjects for
;. oC.'trelnns invest iilion. A liiii' tf
not less thau $R0 or imprisonment of
Frcm now until the w ater and sewer
systems are actually transferred from
the territory to the city and county,
the board of supervisors will spend a
good part of its time In planning for
the acquisition. ; ; .
To bring both systems up to a pay
ing basis, to arrange some scheme for
the discharge of the bonded and cur
rent indebtednesses of the systems,
and also a scale of rates to be
charged for the service, are the in
tentions of the board. " ' - ; "
A special committee of the board is
studying thejproblems Involved in the
transfer. Supervisor Petrie, a mem
ber of this committee, has reported
that , the suuexintendent of public
works has all the figures and general
information germain to the transfer,
ready, which he will turn over to the
board at any time desired. Special
meetings of the committee will be
held scon to work on this data and
outline the ordinances necessary to
pass to take the place of the terri
torial statutes relating to the water
and sewer systems which go cut of
effect with the transfer.
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Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluf
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after a "Danderine hair cleanse." Just
try this moisten a cloth with a little
Danderine ' and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time This will cleanse
the hair of dust, dirt and excessive
oil and in just a few moments you
have doubled the beauty of your hair.
Besides beautifying the hair at
once, Danderine dissolves every par
ticle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies
and invigorates the scalp, forever
stopping itching and falling hair.
But what will please you most will
be after a few weeks' use when you
will actually see new hair fine and
downy at first yes but really new
hair growing all over the scalp. If
you care for pretty, soft hair and lots
of it surely get a 25-cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine from any d mg
gist or toilet counter, and just try it
You iiiive to come to iown for every little erraud iustead of ,
eonifortablv ringiii up the luerdtant and ordering tliiu;s de-
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You have to so ierhai)S loiijr, tiresome distanees ;to make a
call instead of comfortably linking Hp your, friend and
having a idee, gossipy chat without discomfort to eitjier of
You, as a "Wife, can't 1h eajjily not if ied if Husband decides
to stay in town for dinner. With a phone you may know al
most ;us oou as he does, and perhaps save yourself. -consider
able work and-bother. i
not less than two ypars are the pen
alties resi l IIhhI Ii.v a lor tin- in'
Ilusliand can't 'quickly inform you that he has uncxiK'etetlly
sifii red gocd seats for ojxra, Willi a phoiitr in the house
you could know this fact early enough to get a particular
gmvu perhaps alteretl, etc., without fus-or hurry. .
TIhtp a iv a few ivaons wJiy you should have a phone. We can give many
other ivaso'ns. Ask us about the icw cost of being in consUmt ccmimunica-
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