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M, HONOLULU, T. It , FRIDAY, DEC. 1
You can do better
Santa Claus Every Evening
Kaai's Quintette Club
FOR THE CHRISTMAS TABLE
(JUST ARRIVED EX COLUMBIAN)
EUCHERED FIGS; PRESERVED CHERRIES;
INDIA RELISH; APPLE BUTTER
and MINCE MEAT (in Crocks) ;
DUCHESS QUEEN OLIVES, HEINZ MALT CIDER nnd
AND ALL OTHER 57 VARIETIES.
(No Benzoate of SjJa or other preservative used in
Sold by all Grocers
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 881. P. 0. BOX 191
Fart. St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & r Ltd.
( We da a'l kindi of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White an
Black Sand. Broken Cond. Gardes Soil. Etc SAFE MOVING k 8W
ST LOUfS COLLEGE
Christmas Celebrated By
Pupils With Music
Ilrlght anil well-trained pupils ot
St Louis College appeared on tho I
Mage this morning In the liall of tlio '
1 College mill sing to guests nnd
frleiuls who had gal lie red there to
witness the Chilstnins cnteltntnment
(lil(li was gotten up by tho tcadicis
of the College. The hnll was lltttng-
l decorated. . I
Promptly at U:30o-clock the Col
lege orchestra under tho direction ot
HrothCr I'ranclti opened tho exercise.
This was followed by the singing of
a Christmas anthem by the Collcgo
choius. The Kinging was exception
ally sweet and musical and tho au
dience npplaudcd with enthusiasm.
One of the most striking numbers
was "A Grain of Salt," a musical
corned In two scenes. The perform
ers were at their best nnd the par
ents who were present were gicatly
llrothcr Henry, tho pilnctpal ot the
College, and his assistants wcro the
icclplcuts of congratulations from
the pa lotus, visitors, and the old stu
dents of the college. Among those
present wcie Hlshop Libert nnd the
r.ithetH of the Catholic Mission.
I'ollowlng wns the program:
I Overtuie, Popular Medic) ....
2. Chorus, Christinas Anthem . ,
3. Triple Time, Noel Itlplcy
S. 1, C. Hand.
4. Christmas Class Hecltatlon..
No. 4 S F. S.
. The Iloj's Complaint, i filia
tion Nil. I S. P. S.
SchottUche, HiiIIiIujk ...Ilennet
The I'll st Christmas Night,
recitation No. 2 S. F. Hi
Horntlus nt the llridge, rccl-
tntlon No. 1 S F. S.
Waltr, lieautlful Coin. .llrotheis
S. 1. C. Hand.
10. The School Clock, 'recitation
Santa Claus and the Mouse. . .
, II Primary
Violin kolo. Holy Nlcht ..
"A Gialn of Salt ' (Musical
Comedy In two scenes )
Cast of Chnrnctcru Dr. Curem,
I). Mossiunn; Jeremiah, P. D. Ha
ill; Ztngeniltl. Tli. Lincoln; llufus
Smiley, J. Xuvtei; Prof. Sanltas,
Alex. Asam; Jim Lear, James Kl
pl; Officer Drown. Th. Cockett;
I'rllr Ulnkelsplel, h. Fernandez;
Hans, I'. Pooi; JnKe, It. Fernan
dez: Willie J. McLcod; MIUIc, J.
JltOorrlgKn; Frltzlc, V. Scott..
It. Duo, Sleep, Holy llabe. . .Schick
li. l.lttle l.ord and the Farmer..
, l II Intermediate
1(1. Violin Solo. Folic Songs.. Kcllcy
IT, Somcbodj's Mother . . . . i . . .
' -'Cv ) "'' l intermediate
IS. Hawallail Song, The Ofd Plan
tation v . ... Napo
Solo, Chorus, nnd Orchestra.
19. Willie's Question. ,. II Grammar
20. Violin Solo, Home Sweet Homo
, T ... Farmer
21. March, Naval Officers. . .Dennct
22. "Tho Photographer" (Farce In
Characters Smith (photogrn
phcr), II, Ahong; Courtney, Ie-
roy (Smith's friends), J. Qunl, A.
Thercnln; Wnxall (shoemaker), A.
Christian; Nutmeg (grocer), T. Fc
dro; Orlddle (restaurant keeper),
T. Alonn; Grlddlo's bojs: Narcis
sus, H, ltclbiiBh; Nicholas, C. Mc
delros; Timoth, J. Ilettencourt;
Philip, D. Ciouder.
23. Chorus, March Onward. .Gelbel
Chorus and Orchestra.
24. Mifrch, Aloha Oe Francis
S. t,. C Hand.
25. Star Spangled llanner. .. .Hand
TO BE COMPLETED
Cost Will Be $30,000
A conference wns held In Marston
Campbell's offlcX' jesterday afternoon
l.etween several Kauai men and the
Superintendent and It wns then decid
ed that tho department would go ahead
with tho uxtmslon ot the Walme.i
breakwnter, notwithstanding the
smallness.of. tbetnunrunrlatlon.-i The
last Migisiajurp appropnaieu fiz.uuu
for tho VPufmciT broakwntor1 ork,
while Campbell estimates Hint Jt will
take fully 3n,ooo to complete the
Marston Campbell tins collected a
voluminous roport on btrildln'g laws
Irom many of the largo cities In the
United States, and from this ho wjll
ottotuu,t ,t6" comply ja' now law that
will work gatlsfScforlly In Honolulu.
No Ja ljas,'net been drafted, but
Campbell Is forking on It at the pros'
I e,nt time. .
, 'I '
San Francisco Harbor Cohimlsslon
ers open bids' for construction of Il
linois street whnrf.
Forum club entertains 300 guests nt
Lrllllnnt reception at St. Francis hotel.
Roll top, Flat top, and Book:
keeper's DESKS. Large
new Stocks just arrived.
Roll top Desks up to six feet
in length. Prices the lowest
tewers & Cooke. Building,
OPEN EVENINGS UNTJL CHRISTMAS
One-Half Acre of Floor Spaoe Devoted to Furniture
Says He Wanted To Call
And Struck Wrong
In Kcahokll, a patient of tho Queen'.-,
Hospital, one of tho bold, bid burglar
who1 have been terrorizing tho city ot
late, or did ho merely rrtako a mistake
when he tried to call on V lady1 friend
last night nnd got Into the wrong
house? This question Js nt present
being puzzled out bj thu detective de
partment, nnd In the meantime Kea
bokli Is behind the bars for Investiga
tion. The complnlnlng witness agnlnst
Kcahokll is Thomas Ilu'rch, who lives
on Punchbowl Btreot a llttlu above
King. Last night nt about 9 o'clock,
after the entire Hurch family had re
tired for tho night, Mrs. Hurch wan
awakened by n iioIbo, caused It) soma
one attempting to raise ono of tho win
Oow I ntho front of tllo house. Ovv
lug to u catch the window could only
be raised about half nn inch, nnd the
Intruder soon gave up tho attempt,
Mrs. Dureh peered out of the window
and was able to see a liinu in light
clothing leaving tho houso.
The woman awakened her husband,
who ran outside In tlmo to see the
stranger disappearing up tho street.
Hurch gave the nlnrm nnd with some
lielghbors ho started In pursuit. A
pnsslng hack was chartered and In this
Hurch continued tho chase. At the
comer of Hotel street Detcctivo Mahoo
was found and he also joined the pur
suit. ' Tho quarry dived Into the
grounds ot tho Queen's Hospital, with
his pursuers nt his heels. Hu was
caught In ono of the hospital buildings,
mid placed under arrest. '
The main evidence agnlnst Kcaho
kll is based on his attempt to raise
the window, nnd also on the fact that
u small hatchet, which, the Hurch
family says, Is always kept at the back
of tho house, was found on tho front
stop. Furthermore, the Hurch house
Is located within a few feet of the
Johnson bonrdlnir houce. where n thief
entered Mrs. Tlmmons' room a few
nights ago. .
Kcahokll, on the other hand, has a
fairly plauslblo explanation. Ho Is
rcconynlesclng and Is cinployed by tho
hospital as a waiter. In, this capac
ity he mado the acquaintance of a wo
man who does washing nt thq ItiBtltu
tlon. Yesterday, it appears, he bought
n'gallon of wine, with which tho two
mado merry during thq day! and l&Bt
night, so Kcahokll says', hu had a
date to call on the lady,- who lives
close tp tho Hurch place. Hurch claims
that ho called at tho wrong house, hav
ing never visited tho lady before, bjit
why ho elected, to go through tho win
dow Instead of entering in a more
conventional way, ho has Btlllto ex
plain. Ills lady friends does not deny
tho honor of Kcahokll'8 acquaintance,
but sho insists that sho had not asked
him to call.
Sheriff Inukea stated this morning
that a serious charge would bo brought
cgalnst tho defendant, but tho exact
naturo thereof lias not as ot beeu
PICTURES OF ROYAL
FAMILY TO SEATTLE
At (ho request of tho Smithsonian
Institute, Special Agent I.loydg Chtlds
bus collected an excellent aggregation
of photographs of members of the old
Hawaiian royalty. Thcso photographs
,wprn mmlu nmn nf them fmm nnlnl.
lugs by J, J. Williams, nnd are of such !
historical value that Mr. Williams re
fuses to sel Itheni.
Ho has, howover presentod a largo
number to Mr. Child to bo sent to the
Smithsonian Institute, and tho latter
Institution will Include them In Its
exhibit at tho Alaska-Yukon Pacific
Exposition. Among the pictures, be
tides those ot Queen I.llluokalanl,
King Kalakaun. nnd other famous
members of tho Hawaiian nobility,
nro Included tho photographs of ex
Oovernnr George R. Carter, Judge
Dole, nnd CvJJ, Bishop,
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
OUR DISPLAY OF USEFUL and therefore ACCEPTABLE
I NOW COMPLETE.
GET YOUR COUPONS FOR THE
DOLL .HOUSE CONTEST
STORE OPEN EVENINOS BEGINNING SATURDAY
SECOND COUNT IN DOLL'S HOUSE CONTEST:
Marjorie Guild 1738
Lilio Xawananakoa 1212
Betty Stcere 1192
Ehie Auld . .-.
Katherine Benner ,.
L Kulumana McWayne 139 f
Hulda Guild 137
- 8 Other Under 100. v
Elegant Christmas Presents
Out choice line of leather goods is full of suggestions
for handsome and useful Gifts.
PURSES for Ladlis and Gentlemen; - -
CARD CASES; MUSIC ROLLS;
Ladies' CHATTELAINE BAGS. ETC.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
This is a big bright busy store never sleeping but always for
ward marching. -Never
before have we made such a handsome display of
Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT,
Every one is far removed from the commonplace. The
designs are different; the values are different, and our service is
different thaif you will find in the ordinary store.
To show you how different and better our values are, we ask
that you take note of the following prices:
It has large pillars, bent top tubes, brass spindles and both
bent and straight filling rods. The height of head is 6ft. 2m.; and
t is enameled in white, blue, or green. ,
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
Final soundings aro now being mado
by the authoiftles to dotermine.wheth
cr or not tho terms or thq contract
have been complied with lu' the dredg
lug of Honolulu Harbori The con
tractors have completed their work
uud are ready to turn It over to the
government Just as soon as It will ac
The United Stuteb engineer wns In
tinned. . stir Jay that all was coin-
plcted and that the woik was read;'
for liispcc'itm. As soon ns the iiccls
hbo soundings have been male, the
formallt) of acceptance will be gona
tljrougluvvtth, or course providing It
Is found that (hu contract has bee i
lulfllled, ami tho final Installment ot
tho contract price will bo paid.
If u mining proposition Is a success
the profits aro usually enormous Huv
"Mav flower" stock! Iluj It now!
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