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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOMKiU. T.H., JATUnDAV, APItlli 10, 1909
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A MOST Interesting event of tho
week was tlio rcceiitlon on
Thursday nrtornoon im buanl
' tho flagship Abo, nt which
hundreds uf guests wcro tires
ent to pay their respects to
Admiral IJIchl. The wharf between
tho two ships wna converted Into u
protnonndo, and tlic Aso, artistically
decorated with grncofifl branches of
w ttei la, chrysanthemums In many
colors, nnd grasses, presented n pic
tutesQue appearance rniely equalled.
Tho flagship band played delfghtfully
throughout the afternoon, nnd ery po
Illo oincers view with each other In
taking the fair visitors about the ship.
Tho program' of spuria amused every
body, and they took place on the wlmrf.
In full view. Nearly everybody had a
iront scat, so well w.ii tho nffalr ar
ranged. Tho fancy dance nnd chair
laco was tho funniest performance of
nil. Dressed to represent nil nationali
ties, an American admiral, American
girl, English girl, and ma.iy varieties of
'girls, tho sailors danced nnd romped
to tho nlr of "What's at tho Steer Kim
mcr?" In great stylo nnd screams of
laughter greeted thtlr efforts. Don't
tell mo the Japanese canon t dunca Kng
llsli fashion aftcr'thal' Other nam
bcrs on the program wcro skillful and
Fclcntldc In tho extreme, nn.l tho re
past set out In llio ward-room was elab
orate nnd delirium. Punch, cham-
pnlgno, nnd lemonado flowed like wat
er, nnd speeches and toasts mado n
plenslng Inlcrludo. Mru. Parks, wife
of Civil Engineer Parks, tnaile n (1U
Hurt Impression ugion tho office, for
nho never forgot a name, nnd was pen
lactly familiar with their country, am'
tlio was surrounded all tho afternoon
The Ilnynl Uawatlnn band played on
tho Soya and that ship was also en
tertaining, and g.iyly decked out In
flags, hunting and (lowers l.lc-t
Isoyo nnnounccd the uumbeis of thr
program In rcmnikahly good English
through u megaphono. Many of tho
guests wcro presented with flowers
mado by the sailors, and tho Admiral
hail n kindly word of greeting for nl
Ills guestH. The program In full wat
Sword Display Seamen
l-'ancy Daneo Seamen
Chair Itace Seamen
Mr. Otto Wlx, tho artist, may re
turn tu Honolulu In the near future,
his heiltli bring very much Improved
by a iiijotirn In Germany.
Mr3. Coolley, ro well Known hero,
nnd domiciled nt tho I'lcasnnton llo
'tel, lins been renewing her many n
'iuntutnuccs this week.
Mr. Ocorgo V. Ilcnshnll of tho
Star expects his father to visit him
hoon tho Itov. John Henshnll of KI
1'iofessor Van Dine and family
will tnl.o up their rosldenco In the
United States after having been here
Mr. W. W. Dinner has ticon n
guest at tho Alexander Young, Hotel.
Ho sailed In the Mauna Eoa.
Dr. and Mis. Ilaldwln went to
Maul on Friday for u few weeks'
I.leut. Ilogers sallod In the Sheri
dan for a trip to tho Const.
Ever) body ato hot cioss buns for
breakfast on Filday.
Additional Social News on Page 14
ELIEFORDS IN "PALS"
Tho new members of the Ellefoid
Company mo thoroughly enjoying'
poor fido, his tees are
UP WITH ME,
BY WHICH MAvf
"xT if s
5. & V--j
themselves during their two dnys of
rest betoro beginning their engage
ment on Monday night. , Lnwrcnco
Underwood, tho Btage director of the
company, was In tho lobby of 'he
Orphcum this afternoon and ho Was
expressing himself In no uncertain
term's In legard. to our beauties.
'Why, I wouldn't hnvo missed llili
trip for nnythlng. I nlwn)s Imag-
Ined that Honolulu was n place of I 10:00 Men's Lcnguo lllblo clns".
heat nnd discomforts and find that It Four Great Wonders Wrought by
Is the most beautiful spot I have ev- Jesus (Mark 35:5-13).
cr visited In my twenty years' trav-1 11:00 Easter Service. Sermon
els In tho theatrical business. I have by the Minister, "Jesus, Lives." Spc
been In ovory Stnto In the Union clal Easter music. Organ prelude,
nnd In Cuba nnd In their most fn-j "Grand Offertory No.' 3" (8t. Ccei
mous beauty spots, and thero Is noth- lla), llatlste; nntheni, "Ilchold tho
J Angel of tho Lord," Tours; offertory
SCENE PROM "PALS"
ng that I hnve over seen prettier-
than this tioplcal town with tho pic
turesque mountains as n back
ground, nnd Its magnificent bench
mil harbor, nnd tho climate well,
.f today Is n sample, tho name 'Par
idlxe of the Pacific' Is no misnomer.
I fell that wo uro going to hnvo a
pleasant engagement and, with our
plcndld icji-i tohe of tho latent
,ilnyn, that Honolulu theatergoers
v 1 1 1 htvo a henson of plc.isuio."' All
ho old members of tho company ra.
icing entertained by fi'lend3, who
iro going to turn out en mnsso to
jrect them nt their opening nt'lho
Oiphcuni on Monday night, when tho
jfforlng 1? fio (harming comedy
linnin, "Pals." Tho strong play and
tho clever vnudovlllo offerings of
the popular Osboru Children will
male a big double bill that will de
light nil clnssc3. Sents nro now on
-ale at tho box office far the first
week. "Pnls" will bo tho' bill for
Monday nnd Tuesday, and tho offer
ing for Wednesday nnd Thuisday Is
the pretty American story, "Tho
Amerlcnn Gill," featuring tho Os
born Children ns "Prlnco Hoy," nnd
"The I.lttlo Lady." Tor Frldny nnd
Satin day Is Joseph It. Gristlier'
great Western story, "Deacon
RED CROS MEETING.
There will bo a special meeting of
the Hawaiian Ilranch National lied
Cross Society, on Wednesday after
noon, April 14, nt 4 o'clock, nt Judge
Dole's thambsrn. Tho purpose of this
nice tins Is to Hear and net upon tho re
port of tho co.nmttteo on tuberculosis,
and a full, representative attendance
Is (k'Ehe.l t ocQii.'li'.er this Important
DT.D In Moro City. April 9. 1909,
sudden'y or hont filluro. Lllllo Leo
nora, :i" 54 Mi'l-ivrd wlfo of Hubert
J.lpclimiid l il jounsoEt daughter
of thu lato j'lul and Elslo Neunnnn,
and bclov.-d Bl3lw of Eva Fowler,
Ynr Stac'tnDls, Aula 1 ocKu nnd
Illaii: bonks m nil sorts, ledgers
tt p.. iiinnu'iciti'i-l by Mm Iliillotlti
.: .: cujT k'czp
COPTfliCHT, 1WC Cf TliE KO.l YCa.',
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH d
9: .10 Union Easter service of tho
Central Union Hlble School and tlio
Mission Sunday Schools; In tho
bolo, "Yo Hells of Raster Day" (Drcs
ler), Mr. II. F. Wlehman, violin obli
gate Mrs. A. II lngalls; organ post-
lude,- "Easter March" (Mcrkol),
G:30 Christian Endeavor. "Itlsen
With Christ," (Cor. 3:1-1); lender.
Miss Frances Illndt.
7.30 Evening Service. Sermon
by tho nsslstnnt minister, "Tho Eus-
ter Fact nnd tho Easter Faith." Spe
cial music, prelude, "Ilcrrcuso" (nr
I ranged for organ by A. I). lngalls),
Ludwlg Schytte; violin boIii, "Abend
lied" (Schumann), Mrs. A. II. ln
galls; double malo quartet, "O S'iv-
Ing Victim" (Gounod).
FIRST M. E. CHURCH
Sunday services nt the Flrjt Meth
odist Episcopal Church, cornor llere
tanla avenue nnd Milter street, John
T. Jones pastor. Sunday school, 10
a. m.; Mr. Arthur Hobblns, superin
tendent. A" special Easter program
will bo rendered by tho school, hi
cliurgo of Miss C. Jloyer. Mornlnt;
worship, 11 o'clock; sermon by tho
Itov. John W. Wftdmnn. I). I). Holy
lonmitinlnn servlco will be conduct
ed Immediately nflcr the sermon.
levelling worship, 7:30 o'clock; ser
mon by tho pastor; subject, "In Minn
Heart Hlght?" This servlco will bo
evangelistic In character. Special
music nt both services In charge of
Prof. N. M. Lewis, lllble class, Mon
day evening. Prujcr meeting, Wed
All tourists, hlrnngcrs, soldiers,
sallois, and filcmU mo Invited to
attend tlie services of this church.
Tho sorvlces tomorrow nt St. An-
diow's Cathedral will bo as follows:
Celebrations of the Holy Commun
ion will he held nt C rnd 7 n. m. nnd
nt 9 n. m. In Hawaiian. At 11 n. in.
tho servlco will be sung to tho set
ting by Eyre In E-llat. Tho nuthem
will be: "As It Ilegnn to Dawn." by
Styles II. Fo3tcr. Choral Evensong
will bo held nt 7:30. Tho offerings
during the day will be for a illshop's
lesldenco after provision has been
mado for n parochial deficit.
Tho gathering of tho Sunday
schools for the presentation of .thcli
i.entcn oticrlng will be held the Sun
day aftor Easter.
Masses nt C, 7, 9, and 10 a. m.;
confirmation, 3 p. m.; Portuguese ser
mon nnd benediction, 7 p. in.
Tho choir and orchestra of S.
Louis Collcgo will render tho follow
ing program In tho Cathedral at llio
9 o'clock mass on ICastor morning:
Prelude, "Pralfo tho Loid" (Horn
berg); "Who Is tho King of Glory"
(I.csllo); Easter nnthem, "Christ,
Our Passover" (Danks); Alleluia An
them (Dunham); "Strlko tho Harp"
(Cull); Pojtludc, "Murche ltomnlii"
(Gounod). Tho songs will bo nn
compnnled by tho orchestra.
Colonel French, Territorial cecre-
tary for tho Salvation Army forces llcadlcy Gordon Gale, n University
west of Chicago, Is nt pre.cnt visit-'of Chicago scientist, tamo In con
ing tho Islanda on business specially tact with llvo vvlies nnd was hurled
relating- to tno new ltcscuo Homo,
HO'J'EVEP., I MUST DEVISE OME PLAN-
rLM.'iJ lJ:R.M.t Wll UM HC1UL0 COA
I'o will conduct 'tho Easier services
tomorrow at the Army Hall, King
nnd Nutianii streets, at tho hour of
11 n. m. nnd 3 p. m nnd on Tuci-
day evening April lr.th, ho will give
an nddreia In the parish house of the
Centrnl, Union Church, tho sublet
being "Tho Life of General llootli,"
whoso eightieth anniversary Is Jus'
being celebrated by Salvationists all
aiuund tho globe. Mr. John G.
Woolley will ptoaldo nt this meet
ing, Colonel French Is not n stran
ger here, having been sovcral times
on the Islands In his lata capacity
of Provincial Officer for thp Armv In
tho Western Stales, nnd many will
warmly welcome him back again.
EASTER AT WAILOIO
(Special to tho U u 1 lc-1 1 id
Wallukil, Muul, AUrtl J- i lie .Val
luku churches will-cvle i.ti Un....4
Day with lull choutl terlc- ai tli
church of the tood Slu-itie-', Iw,
Canou Win. Ault will hold Communion
Services at 7 o cluck and also at 11
u'cliick In tho morning, and matins ni
10 a. in., with sermon. Special an
thems will bo miug,nt all these ser
vices. Kaahumanu and Wallukil Union
churches will ulso commemorate East
er with choral EcrVicos, I'lio Human
Catholic Church will also have excel
lent choral services while the Moral
decorations will bo quite up to tlio
regular standard 'for tich un occanlon
The diess rehearsal that. tho Pol
lards put on last Thursday night was
biiniclcnt.tii convhicu tho local critics
and theso can bo loveio vvhuii'tlu)
want to Hint tho "Charity Hall" will
be a hit tonight. Tho new Poll.ud
company, collected together and ic-
hearsed in Honolulu, will make their
debut In legitimate work and they are
Just how good they aro It Is up to
thu local theater-goers to say. Hut.
leaving nsldu all consideration of their
)outh mill receut graduation from th
tanks of tho Lilliputians, thoso who
hnvo the good fortunu to have seats
for tonight, will sou n llnlrliud per
lurmanco of one of tho greatest New
Thcru will bo" nuny disappointed
would-bd spectators "(if "this' play bin
they may nil tuko heart ofgr.tco bo-
causo tho "Charity Hall" will bo re
peated twlco im Monday nnd twice on
Wednesday. A matliieo and mi even
ing performance In each case.
Dainty Eva .Moore, svelto and grace
ful In tho charming gowns she weais
In tho play, will take tho part of Anno
aruger, tho heroine. Sho is wonder
fully taking In tho part and, when shu
clngs "Ma Cherio," tho lullaby In the
first act. It Is Impossible for nnyhndy
not to admlio and appreciate thu great
Tho clergyman hero Is playod by
Alf Colliding nnd ho Is very good.
Wllllo Pollaul takes tho heavy part or
llio lialf-vlllaln brother and shows that
ho has a natural foito for this kind of
At tlio end of tho third net Wllllo
Pollard has u great scene. As a mil
ler of fact, all ho han tu do Is to take
Eva Pollard to his lieait and say that
ho still loves horo; ami nobidy would
find that very dlfflcult. Hut Im has
been llio real villain nnd there is n
bomt thing of genuine pathos nnd real
ity about this ecouo that Is good. Only
on actor and n well-trained actor could
hopo to play It.
Willie worl.lnc in tlio C.irnecln to.
lar observatory In Pasadena. Oil.. Dr.
to the floor and scvorely burned.
m 1 0
On Monday, April 12th, at 8 a.m
We will bs Ready to Receive You
NEVER have greater preparations been
made for any sale in this city. A
large fores has bssn working day and
night, and for the past three days our
Store has been closed. Not a single item
has been overlooked. Every line marked
in plain figures.
Tlio character of tho Merchandise is much
above tho ordinary.
Bargains win ho Astoidsiiing;
THIS IS -NOT A RETIRING
SALE. We will be in business bigger
and better than ever when our new stock
Thousands of dollars worth of Merchan
dise is only recently to hand,but eve
i!em goes in this Sale. Our object is
A Clean Sweep
Pi8!!8 to Reconstruction
L, n JlfiUlClli & AFj
JAPANESE JCHOOL BAY
My Undo Nlchl, stravv-aeed fnriuc
rf Veddo, uriivo to iuo with following
great poct!c!.al thought, which I hopo
U not ton largo to go Into your print-lug-press:
THi: IHfl PINK nUOTIIEU AND THH
MTTI.K 1IIIOWN MAN.
HhvthmtcUal I.nmcn,tutln Wioto by n
Japanese Schoolboy, ngo 40 jonrs 0
months, Hlaiidlng Outuldo of 2nd
tirade Arlthmatlok School Deslflngi
to Oct In. hut Can't Do
Sure nt Klbows.
"Tho I.lttlo nmvvnlbh Ilrothor very
muchly feel u Injury,
Many bilckhack thrown to him, O
mercy Kikes for me! "
Uply rlKo Novada-ninn a-lalMng very
Call us Yellow Peril Iloya why for
wo no can eeel
Uply rho tho Hoard of Behnol3, he-say
wo no can go to It;
Uply rlBo tho I.eglblalo, ho say, "Go
back off wayl"
Uply then iIbo Uoostfelt-man & ragely
holler, "Who.il" to It '
ThankH ro many, Mr. Sir, for maybo
wo can slay!
"Illg Pink Ilrothor of tho I.lttlo llrown
Why for, what fur
Mnko you get wi hot for?
Hoon-away wo pack-nway go back Jn
nan Thun you must bo loncsomo for the
I.lttlo llrown Man.
"Tho I.lttlo Ilrownleh Drntlirr vory
. . i
muchly lovo geography,
Muchly fond of gramnior-bool: ni
loam-how can talk nlco;
lie wish learn Ilelldgcou, loo, and
Shot (hand & Stenography
You will not bB disap
pointed. Plenty of help
engaged to take care of
So ho IHg lluslnesa Man baclc In
the hand of Hlce.
Why-Mi then )uu poko ua out becnuso
' wo nro loo old for It:
Jnpan-boy nged fiO ears for
l.nimlcdgo nlso yearn
When a (Jrnndpn go to kchool ho
shouldn't get n ccold for It;
Shnkeaiicaro oay, 'It nover nlit'l too
late for folks to learn.' .
"Illg Pink Ilrothor of tho I.lttlo
lly that Holy Snioklo,
Why you visit Toklo,
Thea'foiolI,ovliig-cup bubblo-vIno & all po-
llto na ran borers. Hven If American wantel
Then lomo hun-.e mnko kick-step to ,cr lalmrern wo blinuM have to 'e
thla I.lttlo llrown Man? I fll8o for our own protection.
"Kingdom of tho Illto-up Sun It vory
full of popultrj,
Kingdom of tho U. 8. A. It very
muchly bald In apota;
Jap-boyu tripping over hero
ciowdy In inctiopolua-
They piefcrs go b.ick-wnoda plnro
& stake out building lot Is.
Therefore, Mr. Undo Sam, If Japs la
horned ton nunieruB,
Help ua, plcnao to scatter out & do
what best wo can.
When wo (onto for Immlgrnto & nee
jour (ounlry humnrua,
Pleaifo don't let our Uaglo blto
tho Stork of poor Japan!
"Illg Pink lliother of tho I.lttlo
If wo should amalgamate
With that Eastern Sjmllcalo,
Then tho Yellow Porll would get yd-
I low as It can
Please to bo nuuo grntlu for thla I.lt
I llo llrown Man."
I Thirty-four Soldiers Killed Tabrli,
March 23. An imtpost cf 10 troupw
was Burprlccd today by iDtlonillsU,
who killed 111 of thu soldtera mid cap-
turod tho other tlx.
jujw YOItK, N. Y., April 2. T.
Saltal, ono of tho Imperial conimli-
slonern cnt lo tho United States to
cnnVey to IhU country the thanks of
Jnpin for npproprlutlritf $1,500.09')
(nwnrd tho Toklo Exposition of 1&IT,
(cctiEed In un Interview" hero today
the recent antl-Japnncao trouble on
tho I'.iclllc Const. -
"It ia Impossible," ho snld, "tint
this nucEtlou cnu become scrlcma.
jup;,n ina need of all her native 1 1-
I ".Inpnn Ib n neighbor of tho United
Htatcs In n closer boubo than of any
European Power. Par from thfire
,enK any leapoirfor trouble", thero
la every reason against It."
To Show Apples In London. San
Jofe. April 2. Tho applo growers of
I tlio Pajnro valley held n meeting In
WnUnuvH'o today to nrrnngo for n:i
i exhibit of their producta nt tho lSirl
court exposition In Uiudon this coming
tmnnier. According lo tho plana foi-
mutated nt tho meotlng $1000 will lu
expended by the growers on this ex-
I Uurno Herself lo Death. i:i P.iso
Tex., April 2. Nesarln Maz, u Moxl-
ran woman, IS years old, living In Ju-
'mcz, Mex.. tonlRht saturntod her cloth.
Ing with kerobeno nnd npplled a match.
Then cho milled Into the stree.
rcrcamlng. A crowd .gathered nnd
tried to smother tho blatlng clothing,
hut tho woman died from her bums.
Austria and Turkey to Form Alll.
ancc. Purls, Art 11 2.
no(dn corruspondynt of tho Kclm do
p.uls says that nn Austro-TiirkUli nl-
llnnco under (ietmany's direction Is
l being considered,