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EVENING DULIETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT, SATmiUY. NOV. 2S, 1909." ' , r-, 3- )
What Place Has
Music in Your
IT IS A DULL HOME that does not contain WITHIN ITSELF re
sources for amusement iwd entertainment. Is there any more '
pleasant and profitable way ot spending the long winter evening
than -in making excursions into the delightful world of music J
There arc hundreds and thousands of delightful compositions which you
would enjoy knowing, if you had some way of bringing them directly
and easily into the home.
If you have a Pianola Piano you can
na. v e ct uauy concert in y uur nunie
As the success of the PIANOLA or PIANOLA PIANO induces more
and more imitation, it becomes increasingly important to distinguish be
tween the different instruments of this type. BACK OF THE PIANOLA
PIANO ARE 31G BASIC PATENTS. They insure points of musical and
mechanical superiority which imitators cannot overcome.
For example, the THEMODIST (bringing out the melody above the
accompaniment) and the METROSTYLE (showing the novice how to
play with expression) are features exclusive with the PIANOLA PIANO.
For many years there have been instruments that would play the
piano in a more or less mechanical way. But it is because the Pianola
approaches so MARVELOUSLY CLOSE TO THE EFFECT OF THE
THAWED HUMAN FINOERS that the musical world has given-ifrnmre-served
recognition. The great musicians who commend the Pianola so
highly have repeatedly refused to express any interest in the many other
instruments that approach the Pianola's effects only partially and im
perfectly. Bergstrom Music Co.
Odd Fellows Building.
Opposed To Exchange
Willi but "" r '" 'licentliiR
voices, tho Mel chants' Assoc l.itlon lit
It crowded inietlng estonbiv nflcr
noon, ornlly put llselr mi icrord as be
ing heartily opposed to Hie exchange
of the Mnluika foi Hie Palate Htiaio
idle for tlio Federal building M.uij'
of tluw present nt the nm ilnv tn,il
Hint their personal gun nimbi nunniii
Wlnllii i told me tliat the l)e,n imm
liml litter In en In fnvor of tin- Mulm
l.n c mdcinnatlnn piocicdlngs We
thin looked ii) and found that t" it
hal hull mi binding ngiciniiit mad
to ueet'ii building on tin Malmk
rite. A inietlng wah pirniir.' I villi
Mi', liwln and Hicict-ii (' ir1 I
asked mi- how I was pn,'i li I'
negotiations fur the trausfci 'li Me
,1 .imilii In. nuiimtntiil If the 1'ileral c'lclhin. 1 think, c.illi.l on Mi (li
building were conitlruiH'il mi tin- I'.it-! field, and pinlostcd ng'ilnst the thin,;
aco Situate site, mid u tminliei stati'd In site, 'lite pinpofiilou v.i tl i
that they had nlwnjs hien In f.iMir up and submitted to .Mr li v. hi ml
of the I'nlaco Square Kite .islho lili.il Hwietnrj ll'irflcH"
nlace fur tho Keder.il liulldliiK hut all l'lesldtnt dnillh t.l.i. 1 Hi it il.
were united In dtnountlng the ullcM'd ; main lirltr.lhiu was nioill) cms d lit
highhanded, secret m.imiir In which) Hie lericc) usel III thu witter
tho tiaiisnctlons of the oxcliniiK"! "I don't think this wni t iken Inti
wete carried on. livery member of thu coiisldiintlon, ' raid Judge Coapei
Merchants' Association present wasl'Tho pnllej nil (Her la to place l'n
called upon for an expression of tipln- government buildings together, uti
Ion, anil In sotno instances tlic ilii-ius-, the ileMituieut has full nulhoiltj Ac
slou of the manner In which the ex- lar as the legal side Is concerti'M Con
change was effecteil hernme healed, giess ran. of cntiiso. do lis It liken
and II was suggOBlid hy some that n .Mi C.itton e.illed attention to tin
Mrcnuous ileliiiutlatlnn he lactilUd In fart that $2HHlc) had heeu snbscilbed
the proposed resolution bv the tneiilianlH, ,lu Ice Cooper said
Then It was that I' W Dohrinann, that this was not enlled for l the
I'losldent of the .MeirhantH' Ahkik.I:i- federal ttoverumiul lie nlxo Hnlil
Hint of Kan I'rnndxfo, and "rather of that he did not know whether the
llio MeiilinntH' AKhotlallon of Ileum '(ioveriiuieut tvould h.te taken Hie
lulu," roEH mill asked perinlm'loli of ' rhuiiRi' ipieKtliui Into eo'mliler It lull li I
tho (hfllrniaii to xn u few wiirda Iii'Iibh Mi Irwin hml nrnh- ttollcll.itlonx
li ipilet, kCUHlhlu talk. Ml Dohiin inn i.Mr. Conper Insisted Hint he would nut
toon showed those in i sent how iiiuchJKo Into the merits of the ease and raid
THE WISE ONES arc getting their
hands in now. so that they can make
really attractive and artistic pres
ents at little expense for Christmas.
It't, easy to leant, nml fun tn 'In Com" and see the
irany aitistic pattern i we have, stamped on glove and
iuindkcrchief boxes, n:cktic racks, desks, fancy tables,
waste baskets, and 101 other niticlM,
Pyrography Outfits, $2 to $7.50
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
" Everything Photographic "
hotter It would he to assume thai the
parties taklliK tho opposite, stand were
doing It in kooiI taiin
"If ou iiBsmne that the hellino
they aru In the rlKht," he said, "and
Instead of hccotnlliK aiiKry. ask them
for delay and leronMilerntlnu, I do
not fur ono minute hellew Hi it the
will full ou, Wo iiiiist assume that
tho authorities tit Washington hcllewi
tlieuisehes lo ho III the iIkIi) Ask
for more time, netid them lesidullous
I ..I I.... .1... .I..n. Cwill.tir lt I ntl. ei...-
MlUniHIi W llt-.- IIIIIIIIH J, "III
tliat lie had tiothliiK to keep hat'k le
carding his ronutrtlon with the 1 ise
Ho had licen In favor of the l'alace
hltu for the past tin ears. Ho gae
tho approxlmato mens of tho two
tltes .Ml Cooper declined to stati
whether or not theiu was any other
consideration In the exchange.
Judge Cooper then left
I'. I.. Waldiou stated that he thought
thu secret negotiations should he de
nounced III the lesoliitlons He also
used the word "lontempt" in cxpi ."
resentath" hodles hue, hut. If mi ling his feelings lunccrnlug tho , trail
v.lsh to ho heard and wish to coutiot
tho situation, do not condemn them
harshly. I hne alnas found out that
If I assume that in) opponent Is net
i:. II Paris said that It was nil ile
liloinhle, and quitted n local lYdcriil
ofllrlal In the nutter of getting rid
I i tinniiiiit; iiiui "i ..i'i."..... .0 n.i . .. .... ... .... .... ... n -.. n ..1.
tiiK tu !()' I faith, I can Ret moio lli.m I f the .Mnluika fdtt H' wmh heartily.
II I. -..- I il.nl l.J . n.. ......1.,..l t It! f.tl fl ilT l.ll . .....tltll.w.t.
II I IlnnlllllL'U IIIUI ill' mih nirvc'i i . hi iiimm i tiiv? uniMiitiiuin
All new patterns, heavy quality, Af
dnnH fnr thp rnlH upnthpr npr varri lUV
3" ""''" iihiiiii,vi J"""
li. AllOy, Nuuauu below Hotel
In Glass Jars
You have heard about them why
haven't you tried them? -
Don't say you know , what a Dill
Pickle is unless you have tasted the
Heinz Dill' Pickle.
There are no others like them.
Your grocer has them.
Insist upon getting HEINZ. -
offer this merely us a suggisllou take
a lit t lo time, stiulv out thu pioisl
Hon, and then ask the Department for
delay and n riconaldctatloii."
.Hr Pohrmanu rt heartily npplnuil
rd, and reveriil memheis leaped lo
their feet to thank lilni for his wonts
ofinihlre. (!co. W Smith had the let
ter of George. II. McClcllau real .'
follow a: I
"Tho Treasury Department sajs t!i it
It has heeu representid to them llu.t
I hero Is u cnnslderahlo tentlmcut Pi
Honolulu faoiing Mich a change, and
I may add that oiiu of thu Treasury
officials Inclines to thu panic opinion
"In !ew ot this Immediate possum
Ity of huUng HiQ site; question lcopon
ed, I would ho glad to ho advised of
tho present attitude? of jonr organlz'i
Hon oil the question; In lew of the
claim mado hero that rnusldcrahto puh
lie sentiment fuwus chnngo of loca
tion, I would suggest that M" )our hody
desires to stand hy Its pretlous action,
It wouVl he nihlsahlti to circulate n
new petition asking that tho appropri
ation already madv he promptly ex
pended on the slto already ncuulred liv
thu government, nnd,hao this etltlon
generally Rlgned hy huslncHs houses
mid prominent citizens.
"It seems certain that unless a
piompt show of sentiment Is mado
against leopenlng tho slto question
the agitation will nt least tend to de
lay work 011 any hulldtng whatever; It
has no douht been n, factor already tu
delnjlng the actual preparation of
plans for tho Honolulu IVdei.il hiilld
Tho detailed story of the meeting
Thu minutes of tho previous meet
Ing weiu read hy Secretary K. II
Mr. I'nrls was first called upon h
President Smith to rend the letter
r -ll II - 'J
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NEW ASSORTMENT OF
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PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
1050 Nuuanu, .. . .
from Geo. II. McClellan In thu matter
of tho oxchnnge of the Maliuka site.
President Smith then referred to n
press clipping In which tho Federal
architect called a meeting of business
men at which thu selection of thu Mn
luika slto was unanimously approwd
Mr. Cation was called upon to ex
press an opinion
I ha nlwnss been In favor of tho
I'alncu Squaiu slto," ha said, "though
I fear I urn In the minority,'
Mr Heitsche, Mr. Wurien nml oth
ers, however, were dethlajlly III fuor
of tho Muliuka site.
- "I, like Mr Cutton, lmvo nlways
heeu In favor of thu I'alaeu slto," said
Mr. Wicluimn, "hu( I drui't hellevo this
Is n time for personal feelings. It Is
n matter ns to whether (ho Merchants'
Association will stand for tho Kudeial
oinclau to overrun ptibllc opinio,) heio
M withdraw all my objections, utid I'.In
with all In fnvor of thu Muliiiku situ."
"It Is very unfali," said Mr. Stelnor.
"If three or four or flvo men can
control and stultify tho U S. Govern
incut, ( believe It Is tlmo for us to do
something It Is an outrage.
"It Is a breach of faith," said Mr.
Rit Rol, "It Is wiong for tho -govern
ment to throw down tho merchants
who have put up J20.000, Wo should
take some emphatic notion "
Mr. Eakln, and Mr. Ilelllm favored
thu Mnluika site Mr. Wiitcihnuso
protested against tho sectecy of tho
tiansactlon, and also though soiuo ac
tion should ho taken.
1'rosldent Smith then asked tho sec
retin y to lead tho propoced le, olu
tlons. Judge Coer cnteied liuiueil
lutely after the lesoliitlons wcro rend
"I will slinplj relate what has
transplicd." stated Judgo Cooper,
"When It nppean.il the Department
was bound to cam out thu contract I
full thcio was no mud of making fur
ther piotest Ileforu going to Wash
ington, I consulted Governor 1'iear
and hu told me that he had nlwnys
been In favor of tho Palace site lu
wrote lo Washington ami the lettei
luaclii'il tliviv k'foro inu. Bcctotury
Mr. Dohiman asked fur permission
It seems to me that possession is
nine points of the law," he said, "and
I believe that the Depirtment cnuuot
lunke thu exchange without tho sanc
tion of Congress, I don't think the
caso stands as those who advocate the
iliango s,i. 1 suggest that. In taking
any action, ou assiimo the position
that those negotiating tho exchange
aie doing what they think Is tight, If
.von want to keep tho Mnhiikn site, ask
for delay and n hearing respectfully
If on want to denounce the manner
of tho negotiations, in ike thu )itilii
Hon as strong ns porslble. Hut I rec
oiumcml that you appoint n commit'
tio ns tho Chamber of Commerce has
done, to deal with the peoplo who have
brougiit Hie exchange 111 sight, and to
deal with Congress, ns well, If Jim
cannot get a healing. You can get
thu cooperation of tho Chamber ot
Commerce and Mcichants' Association
on the Coast A good cool, dellbeinte
stand taken upon facts, will, I believe,
prevent the exchange. I make this as
a suggestion and assume that tho oth
er parties feel and believe they are
In the right, and I believe n right con
elusion can thus be reached " Ap
I" I.. Waldion moved that an Inde
pendent committee of flvo bo nppolnt-
id to net not later than Monday mom
Ing nt 10 a ill He thanked Mr Dohi.
man for his good words of advice.'
"Tho rutin r of tho Merc hunts' As
soi I'U Ion of Honolulu" Is whnt Presl
dent Gio W. St.ilth called Mr. Dolu
tiinu In thanking for his good words of
Presint at tho meeting wcro Geo
W. Smith, K. II Paris. Ch.is. Cinne, T
K. lousing, C. Du Itol, M Ilrnsch. It.
Catton. II. C. Iluchluy, C O. llartlett
W C Pcicoclt. V M. Wakefield. I' T
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sigh
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop.
134 King St.
ploushtp of tho Atkinson League
with n grand lii.ut jesterdnv noon
Mnluika, captain, of the Unlubovv,
picsenti'd the cup to 1'ied Cockett.
captain of the Ala Moanas, the latter
delving the cup with n suitable
speech. Charles Miil.niiul ncted 'is
toastmaster of tho day.
Miss In.i Kclilan filled the silver
tiip and Trcd Cotkctl passed It llret
to tho pi i vers and then to thu niidl-
ence. The man was iiprcau on tuiee
long tables In the club house on
Kerr's Store, Alakea Street, Tonight,
November 28, 7:30.
Caught With Ills Mollier-ln-I-avv.
NelghboiB Who llorrovv.
Her l'rlend Hie Hneniy.
Tree! Tiee Hveohody Invited.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnn
Bulletin Qlves a complete summary of
tne newt ct tho day.
P. Wuteihousp, M Gonsalves, Mr.
Ilrny of Hupp & Co, Mr. Warren.
Oscar White, J T. Snider, C. 8. Ilil
llua, I.leut Covno, Mr lllggs. Mi.
Heitsche, Mr. Von Hniiim.
WANT MORE SEA WRENS
Local Yachtsmen Working To Make
Up Order for More of the
An effort Is now being inadu to
maku up another older for ten Set
Wicns. Tho first consignment of the
trim little sailing craft Is expected
to at rive hcio thu eaily p.ut of next
Juiiuaiy, mid Kay Hletovv, who U
pushing tho project along, believes
that there might Just as well bo
twenty here as ten.
Hletovv expresses himself as thor
oughly satisfied that the Sen Wicns
will piovu to hu thu soit ot Liiift
wanted for pleasuro cruising In theso
vvuteis and, with tho view to pi moot
ing thu spoit, ho Is now- vv diking to
scLiiio ten mora orituis. Ho believes
that tho catboats cm bo completed,
Including uinwis, for something un
der SUTi, Tho tost of thu frame
work, freight, and so foith, Is some
thing less than $,10, so a good 1ml
unco Is left to cover the other ox
peiiics. Thu specimen boat which arrived
some weeks ago, has not )et been
put together, How en being determin
ed to maku some small changes In the
hull plan. Where tho mauls will ho
suied, and what material will hu
used In their construction,, has not
) et been del Ided
n n k
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VICTORY WITH A LUAU
We have received our
OF ALL. KINDS.
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FORT ST. TELEPHONE 10.
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Our Sodas 30c per doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
. PHONE 270
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajanas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
Only $4 each'
Coyne Furniture Co.
Tho Ala Mo.nia baseball leant lei
chinted tho winning ot thu iliaui-
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order,
30 KINO ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBINQ and FAINTING. '
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King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
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Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
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Meals at Reasonable Prices.
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You Want Electrio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
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CD Beretania St. Phone 315.
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Bulletin alves a complete summary of
the news of the day, .
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