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EVENING BULLETIN,' ItONOUILtr, T. H MONDAY, DEC. 7, 1908.
light - soled shoes
nre for fair weather,
and it's damaging to
them and to their own
ers to wear them in
Get yourself a pair
of WET WEATHER
SHOES. We have the
celebrated HAN AN
SHOE and other makes
in DOUBLE SOLES,
made to withstand the
wet and mud.
Our wide range of
styles and prices in
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORfr STBEET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.-.
A Copley Print
Is the proper
thins for a wed
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THE FOOD SPECIALISTS.
Impressive Services At
The Opera House:
D0UTIUTS ADIIESS WAS
MOST IMPIESSIVE OVATION
HONOLULU STOCK FXGHANGE
"HONOLULp. Dtc. 7,1908
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Large Number of Elks With Their
Friends Fill the Opera House,
Interesting and Appro
Mcautlful and Impressive througliout
wcro tho suggestive Memorial services
ot tho Honolulu Lodge No. 610, D. P.
O. B., at tho Hawaiian Opera Houbo
yesterday afternoon. Tho services at
tho Opera House wcro largely attend
ed, and. bcautltul music and harmon
ious stage effects, combined with tho
general excellent program rendered
tho showing of regard for thoso who
failed to answer when the roll was fin
ally called, especially touching.
The stage setting was that ot a for
cBt, and a green color scheme was
worked out. At the back of the stage
was tho diss occupied by tho Exalted'
Ruler and the officers of tho lodge.
Two green mounds, emblematic ot tho
departed brother, wcro placed on eith
er sldo ot the altar.
After tho ritualistic services, con
ducted by Exalted Htilor V. It. Mc
Incrny, Secretary Henry Kaston called
tho roll of "Our Absent nrothcrs." This
was probably tho most Impressive
featuro of the services. Tho stage was
almost In darkness during the reading
of the fifteen names.
A double quurtct sang the Elks Ode.
to tho air ot "Auld I-nng Sync," and
this was followed by tho splondld ora
tion by the Honorable E. A. DoutliltU
I). P. n. Iscnbcrg sang a portion of the
Avo Maria, accompanied by It. Hud
land node. Mr. Rudolf nuchly's violin
solo was ono ot tho most beautiful.
numbers on tho program. Tho officers
In chargo of tho ceremony wcro as follows:
W. H. Mclncrny, Exaltetd Ruler: O.
I.. Sorenson, Esteemed IOadlng
Knight; Jas. D. Dougherty. Esteemed
Loyal Knight; S. A. Walker, Estocmcd
Lecturing Knight; II. (J. Kaeton, Sec
retary; M. H. Drummond, Treasurer;
Oco. O'Neill, Tyler; C. a. Dockus, Ks
quire; Louis Underwood, Inner Guard;
Ceo. II. Angus, II. E. Murray and E.
II. Paris, Trustees; 'J. M. Oat, Chap
lain; and W. O. Ashley, organist.
Memorial Committee V. H. Mc
lncrny, chairman; S. A. Walker, II. C.
Easton, A. R. Cunlia and O. R. Sorcn
von, Ushers Charles R. Crazier, chair
man; A. L. C. Atkinson, Arthur Horg,
Clifford B. High, Geo. T. KJuegel, R. C.
Lydecker, R. R. Rcidford. W. J. Rob
inson. R. W. Shingle, R. II. Smith HTld
"ALOHA NUI 0E"
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Xmas Gifts that Please
most arc those that give the most lasting Comfort and
Satisfaction. COMFORT! That's the thing! You'll
find it in the things that you use and wear Every Day or
Every Night. Our
Of Silk and Meroerized. Materials
have nothing Flaihy about them as a Christmas Present, but a man will get more COM
FORT out ot them than lots of other things and he will always think pleasant things
of the donor. Sec them on display, ,
C'l.-, T,,y King St., near Fort St.
bilva s 1 oggery, Phone 65j
Sales Between Hoards! 1000 Oahu
Sug. Co., '127.75. Session; 6 Paau-
hau, 119.50; 10 Oahu Sug. Co., I27.7J.-I
Litest sugar quotation 3.82 csnts.
Suear 3.92 Gents
Beets, JOs, 3-4d
HiRry WatirhousB Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaitmenl
STUFFED FIGS and DATES; OLACE FRUITS; STUFFED PRUNES;
MARR0KS GLACE; CRYSTALLIZED GINGER; SALTED ALMONDS and
PECANS; NUT MEATS; MALAGA RAISINS; JORDAN, and VALENCIA
ALMONDS; SMYRNA FIGS; BON BONS; GREEN XMAS TREES and
Honolulu. Construction and Graying Co.,
, ' ' GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
, PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 184.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3. Irwin & P Ltd..
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE H0YIVO A QPJT
Everything that can be bought in & French establishment
can be bought in our department, handling imported and
domestio cheese, anchovies, sardines, pickles, fish, butter,
Metropolitan Meat Co.. Ltd.
(ContinMd ton Vrsm 1)
clal Agent Chllds, Maraton Campbell,
O. L. Sorenson, and Mr, Uabbltt were
Paintings of Hawaii's Scenery
"Walmca Canyon," tho excellent
and striking painting from the brush
of D. Hownrd Hitchcock, will be so
cured for exhibition purposes by the
Fair Commission, It possible. This
painting, along with others by Otto
Wlx, Jos. Whittle, and the nienibera
of Hawaii's artist colony, will effect
ually show the nature of the rugged
and beautiful scenery to be found In
tho various Islands of the group.
Outrigger Canoes on Lake '
Special Agent Chllds has taken
up tho matter ot having Hawaiian
outrigger canoes at the Alaska-Yukon
Exposition with tho Fair man
agement, letters concerning this go
ing north on the Makuro, Guy Roth
wcll made tho suggestion to tho Com
mission and It may bo that bo will
take a concession to operate canoes
on Lake Washington during tho Fair.
It'ls stated that Or. Wall's fine koa
wood canoo could bo secured.
Hawaii Venus Alaska
Alaska secured nn appropriation of
$100,000 for her exhibit at the Sent
tie Falr.vhllo Hawaii was given but
tho approximate sum of $25,000 to
Bhow off tho best that Is In tho Para-
diso of tho Pacific. To counteract
this. It is planned to mako tho
Island exhlbit'ono that will bo strik
ing In every particular, ono that will
stand out In the memory of every ono
of tho millions ot visitors, and one.
that will always bring to their mlndi
vision ot perpetual sunshine, con
tradlsilnctlvo to Alaska, tho Land pt
Tho catch-word, "Aloha nul oe,"
which will be on everyone's lips, will
bo the password for all mallhlnis up
well as knniaulnas at Seattle during
Honolulu Stock and
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manlier,
FORT AND MERCHANT 6T8.
TIL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
FOR ANOTHER YEAR
Has Rooms Engaged
The annual election of olTlrcrs to
corvo Alohu Temple, A. A. O. N. M.
S., for the car 1905, was held jJatur-
cray night In Musonlc Templo with
the. follow InK EcsutUt Illustrious Po
tentate, C. O. Dockus; Chief Rabban,
R. W. llrvckons; Avslstunt Rabiap, J.
S. McCandlccs; High Priest and
Prophet, A. O. Hodglns; O'rlcntul
Guldo, C. O. Bartlott; Troasurcr, II.
E, Webster; Recorder, C. F. Murray;
Representative to Imperial Council, J.
S. McC.tndlcss; First Ceremonial Mas
ter, Fred C. Smith; Second Ceremon
ial , Master, W. II. Oouti; Director,
Geo. Angus; Marshal, F. E. Richard
ton: Captain ot Guard. T. E. Wall;
Outer Quard, J. I). Tucker; Captain
Arab Patrol, II. E. Murray; Trustees,
C. O. UocktiH, It. W. Brcckons, J. D.
At the conclusion of the election, the
now officers wcro at bnco Installed by
Past Potentate E. C. Drown.' Tho first
Potcntato of Aloha Templo, Dr. C. II.
Wood, then presented tho retlrlngHp
tcntats, E. C. Drown, with a beautiful
silver servlco as a token of apprecia
tion for tho splendid work ho has clonu
for tho Templo during tho past ycai.
Representative McCandless has nl-
roady Rcctircd a sulto ot rooms and u
booth In tho Imperial headquartcrx at
Louisvlllo, In roudlnesH 'for tho meet
lug of tho Imperial r Council "Juno 8,
lwj; tins has neon done early In ord'
cr to Bvcuro tho bust accommodations
for tho entertainment, of tho friends of
Hawaii and tho proper distribution of
a now and attractive souvenir to bo
given away In tho samo manner lis tho
eight hundrcdcocoanut heads at St
Paul this year.
"I had a halr-RilsIng experience
this morning," said the doctor."Wlsh
I could bump up against something
llko that," said the bald-headed drug
1 1 til so, lmfTKJ (Hid Imi'noi"..
(loo, Adann, Ewa,
I.udeVt heavily with lumber con
clgned to Allen & Robinson of thin
city, the American four-masted schoon
or Phlllpplno arrived hero IIiIh mnrn
ing, twenty days out from Fort llragg.
Tho odlrerH of ttio schooner report
beautiful weather throughout tho en
tire trip, though light winds made
progress of necessity slow, Tho
schooner Is tied up alongside tho cus
toms houso wharf.
The Promotion Committee, Is prepar
ing to send homo splondld enlarged
photographs of Hawaiian scenes to va
rious points In the Orient, w liens tliey
will undoubtedly pioio lliom-ehoji tti
bo n sploiiddl nilierllslug medium.
Local and ikneial
to sell it for yon, throw it away!
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono 6V
Meals served a. all houm. at tho
Now England Bakery. Hotel street.
Tike your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
-A. II. Rice como to town from Kauai
to meet Mrs. Rico who recently re
turned from n trip to tho States.
Tho Kllohana Art league exhibition
1b to close In a few da)s. Open every
day from 9 to 6 and evening from 7:30
1Uy Tour tvoewrlters and machines
repaired at Wall. Nlohols Co., Ltd..
Fort and Jiercnani streets. eio-
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be lurnrlsed at It cooling
and preservative" properties California
Food Co.. agents.
Tho beautiful Illuminated church
scene, rccn In the Elks Memorial ser
viced wan designed and painted by
Tom Sharp, tho local artist.
On lnstallmeats of 3.ptr monui you
can purchase. a.Whlio Family Rotary
sewing machine. Benny ft uo., l.iu.,
agnta. 1260 Fort St. Phon 48S.
At Nawlllwlll on Thursday morning
the 3rd'to tho wlfo of Mr. Wm Ellis, n
nine pound boy wns born.- Both the
mother ami child ore doing nicely.
Try a Royal Annas oyster loaf.
Head that Christinas list with a
kodak for tho children and a framed
picture Tor tho grown-ups. Both to be
had at Gtirrey'B. 932-938 Fort street.
Mombera of the Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay tbelr dues to
the financial secretary at livening
Bulletin any day between 12 and 1.
Thcro will bo a regular meeting of
Hawaiian I.ocIro, No. 21, F. aial A M.,
this ovcnlng at 7:30, for tho tuiiiwc
tlon of business and election ot offi
cers. It Is reported that Chaa. Wilcox has
accepted the management of Kolo.t"
plantation from the tlmo that Mr.
Wilnihclmcr retlros. 'April 1, noxt
Harmony Lodge. No, 3, I. o. O. P..
will meet In Odd Fellows' hall at T 3C,
this c cuing for work In the In.rd de
gree. All members are roqucntci! Id
For tho finest dellcacleB for tho hol
iday scasOn.'rluR up J. M. Levy & Co.,
I ho family grocers. Prompt delivery,
espcctfiil service, reasonable prlccB.
Don't forget your dates or go homy
In tho mud when ou can get rich
useful and ornamental calendars and
canoes at tho Woman's Exchange,
Hotel near Fort.
Havo vou seen the animal show at
tho Aloxander Young CafoT Animals,'
comical toys that will -delight children,
anu uon pons soiling ru zu per cum on
tho marked prices. .
Edward Dekum writes com vwes
badon that ho will spond tho wlmer ul
this famous resort, and In t'ie sprint;
will continue, his 'Journey thrai'gli
Italy, Switzerland and France
Nothing gives more lasting pleasure
than music, nnd nothing is moro appro
priate for Christmas. gilts. Wo havo
music end musical Instrhmcntspf all
kinds. Borgstrom Music Co, Ltd.
In jotting down your cnntcmpl.iWt!
purchases for Christmas do not ovii.
look soda water. If you will tcli.pl'.'nio
to tho Consolidated, No, 71, you mny
liavo It flavored to suit your Individual
Where is the Royal Annex Sign?
What IS nicer for u sultablo Christ
mas present for husband, fathor, or
brother than a pair of our "cozy", soft,
and easy slippers! Sco them In our
windows. Manufacturers' Shoo Co.,
Some very decided and striking
styles In tho latest fall and winter
millinery may be seen at SacliH'. Ask
to seo Buffalo Bill hats. Watch for
the'illsplay of Holiday goods tills coin
In I! week.
Tho Territorial Mcssunger Soivlco
will tuko churgo ot jour Christmas
goods and deliver them at tho hour
you may request. This will bo mi ac
commodation to the public. c!c
The second annual meeting of tho
Hawaiian Ilcc-Kccpers' Association
will be held In Honolulu on Wednct
day afternoon, December 9, 1908, at 2
o'clock, In Iho rooms of tho Merchants'
Association, McCandless block. Tho
order of business will bo reports of of
ficers for tho pnst year and tho elec
tion of nfllcorH for the i-usulni; jonr.
.McinhrTn oflbn nrjoelallnn nro urged
Quantity and Quality of
Three times the quantity and a light of better quality
secured by the use of the new
WITHOUT ANY INCREASE IN THE COST.
Hawaiian Electric Company. Ltd.
PUT A CASE OR TWO OF
ON YOUR LIST FOR CHRISTMAS PURCHASES AND SPEC
1FY OURS, BECAUSE IT WILL -BE FLAVORED TO YOUR
TASTE AND TO YOUR ORDER. ,
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. PHONE 71.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL ft
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
CO., Bath, Maine;
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon b on. Yon should hare your munis
filled in before the winter rain net in. We hare earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 890
P iYL Pond. Contractor
TUESDAY, THE OPENING DAY OF OUR
brought out an immense crowd, and everybody was explain
ing at the Wonderful Bargains. The Sale will continue
the balance of this week, and there are many bargains left
for the lucky buyer. Per Friday's Alameda we shall receive
many beautiful CHRISTMAS GOODS, which will be on dis
play next week.
ASK TO SEE THE REAL S
Rose Hat Pins
1 They are wonderful works of art, and make a very
IMPORTED DIRECT FROM EUROPE BY US.
They are wonderful works ot art, and make a
choice and beautiful gift.