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' ' , EVENLS'CI nUM.RTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, OCT. 9. 1009
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f :- SOCIAL NOTES
Mrs. Herril'i Tea.
1'ilday nfternbmi Mrs, Merrll, nnd
licr mother Mrs. Dlrkcy weio host
esses nt ii tea from 3.30 to G o'clock
nt the former's homo In Chaplain
l.niio. In honor of Mrs. .Merrll's coin
In, Mis. I'nrwcll The house wns
n bower of gieen, with Its decora
tions of palms and choke hanging
baskets of malileii hair tern, ocr
nlxt guests were picsent, mill the
.afternoon wr.s pleasantly spent In
Mis .John Harwell, Mrs. A. C Al
exander, Mis. S A. ll.ildwln, Miss
Agnes Alexander, Miss Helen Alex
ander, Mlts I'loia Cannon, Mrs. El
len Waer, Mis lloilcfeld. Sire. Ito
bei Lowers, .Mis. Arthur Willi, Sirs.
II. (1. Alexander, Sirs. S T Alexan
der, Sirs. Erdman ll.ildwln, Mr,s.
(.'has. llaldwln. Sirs. W. O. Smith,
' Miss Muther, Sirs Doremus Scuddor,'
Sirs. S II Dole, Sirs. J I). Dole, Sirs.
E. II Wnterhouo, Sirs. Ernest Wa
tcrhouse. Sirs II II, Mariner, Sirs.
'ianktln Hurt, Sirs, Locks, Misses
Eleanor nnd SInrgarct Wulerhouse,
Sits, (leo Wntcrhouse, Sirs, (loo.
Carter, Sirs Unit, Silts Dm bank,
Sirs. Baylor, Sirs W W. Hall. SIlss
Charlotte Hall, Sits. Malcolm Slcln
tie, SIIsb Slclntjre, Sirs, Andrew
1'uller, Mrs. Alonzo Oattley, Sirs.
W. 1). llaldwln, Mrs. I'. SI. Swnn
zey. Sirs. II. r. Dillingham, Slis. W.
I". l'rcar, Sirs. John 1". Erdman, Slis.
Will Whitney, Sirs. Wm. Wclnilch,
Slis Anna Tucker, SIlss Tucker, Sirs.
Lawrence. Miss fiances Lnwrenco,
Slis William C Purer, Sirs. James
llicknell, Miss Grace Cooke, SIlss
Swnrtz, Sirs. .1 W. Wadiuan, SIlss
i's Wadninn, Sirs I'nul Super, Sirs.
E. SlacKeuzle, Sirs. Auger, Sirs.
Winnie, Sirs. SIcOrew, Sirs C. II.
Cooper, Slis. Z. K. Sljers, SIiS. P.
W. Damon, Misses Violet and Vera
Damon, Sirs, V, C, Jones, Slis. O.
II. (lullck. Mrs. Thos. Oullck, Sirs.
John (lullck. Miss Julia Oullck. Sirs.
V. SI Sihnefcr, Silases Schaefer, SIlss
Stabcl E. Ilosher, SIlss Ada 3,1. Steph
ens, SIlss Esther Hamilton, ' Ml3
Jesslo SlcCornilcli, Silts Beatrice Kar
naugh, SIlss Lucy1 Tappan, Sllsses
' Miss Parsons, who has mac-a sPecial-
, study of the millinery art
in Eastern fashion .centers, has "taken charge" of the
Trimmed Hat Department of this shop, and will place
at the disposal of the ladids of Honolulu her wealth
of ideas pertaining to this important branch of ladies'
Ladies shoujd'not miss the opportunity of getting
immediately in touch with Miss Parsons and receive
tj the benefit of her careful training. ,
, ?& l
tluLs- J- ' '-
Lena nnd Slay Wnrthlhgton, SIlss
Sin) Worthlngton, SIUs Slnry P.
Kinney, Sirs Pmnk Athcrton, Sirs.
Ileinlce lto. Sirs. Albert Wotei
liotike. Sirs. Win. Love, Sits. 1", L.
Home. Sirs. Slunlcy t.hlngston,
Slis., Ulilch Thompson, SIlss Alice
Thompson, Sirs. Center, SIlss Center,
Sirs. I.eW Tenny I'eck, Mia. tocke,
Sirs. I). Howuid Hitchcock, Sirs.
W W. Thajer, Sirs. Oieen, Sirs.
Cllffoid Livingston, Mrs. Chtstcr
LUIngaton, Sirs. Itoheit Andrews,
Mis Lauiciue Jndd, SIlss Agnes
Judd, Slis. Alfred Castle, Mia. Jor
dan, Sirs. Lees, SIlss Knte Athertoti,
Slis Then Ulchaidif, Slis. E Klax
iiinn, Slis, J 0 Pratt, Sllsses Slnrthn
and Alllene Hitchcock, i
Admiral Sebree's Luncheon. .
Saturday, Admiral Seliree enter-'
tallied at luncheon on board the U. S.'
8. Ten-iumc In honorvif Captain n'ml
Sirs .Kccs, and Ooiernor and Mis.
Prear. The decorations ami npiolnt
ments of the tnblu wore all to ho de
sired. The lollowlng guests enjojed
tlui Admiral's hospitality. Cnptnln
nnd Mrs. Hies, (oernor nnd Slis.
Prear. Sir nnd Sits. P SI. Hntch, Sir.
nnd Sirs. Alexander Van Heussclaer,
Oencral uhd Mr3. SIcCIolnn. Slis Ho
Lieo, Sirs. Tanner, Col. Hawes. Dr.
Ratcwcnil, Admiral Danj, Cipt. Ilog
ers. Captain Ilens,oii. ,
Governor and Mrs. Frear's Reception.
Oovernor nnd Sirs. Krear cro At
Homo Sltnday aftcrroon fiiiin four
until six o'clock. Arcadia, the homo of
the Oinemor necr looked nioro beau
tlfu than on this occasion, Sirs. Sc
brce, vslfo of Admiral Source, uicehod
with Sirs. Prenr, and won eery ono
with her cordial manner Slip, llces,
wife of th6 commandant of tho Nayy
Yard, and Sirs. Slntt-Smlth, wf or tho
Secretary of tho Territory, rcrved ten, I
and iKiurcvl coffeo In tho beautiful din
ing room of the Kreara, Sirs. Uiw,
Sirs. Hornbergor, Sirs. James Wilder
Ensign nnd Sirs. Olassford, Sir. nnd
Sirs, Oartley, Sirs. Parks, Sir. and Sirs,
W. I. Whitney, SIlss Jones. SIlss Laura
Athcrton, SIIbs Cordelia Oilman. Sir.
Corner Fort and Beretania
We have secured the exclusive Honolulu Agency for
Works of San Francisco. '
We will now undertake to clean or dye the most delicate textile fabrics,
at Coast prices, and will guarantee all work. .
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco .by every steamer and be back by
tlauhltt nnd Sir. Slcllilde assisted In
ho entertainment of tho guests,
SIlss Parsons of Stockton, Califor
nia, nrflU'd by the Lurllre and his de
cided to remain In Honolulu Indefinite
ly, Miss Parsons has had -special
training In the millinery art, having
rpent some time In the East stud) lug
this p.irllciihr brunch nnd she has
U'iy bock! Ideas which she will put at
tho disposal of the- ladles of Honolulu.
SIlss l'arwjiis Is residing at the. Wlllard
Drowns. She can bo found during tho
day-time nt Dunn's Hat Shop, where
tho has, taken charge of the trimmed
Sirs. William C. Lyon, who has been
rpendlng tho past week or ten days nt
Halelwn, Is expected to return to Ho
nolulu tomorrow evening.
Sir. and Slis. Uoyal D. Slead hae io
turned fiom a week at Halelwn.
BIO WAREHOUSES MAY BE
BUILT IN HONOLULU.
'Continued from Pitt 1)
The government has felt Its way
slowly In the matter, as It Is under
stood that the pi oposl tlon was put
up to the shipping Interests") build
their own warehouses. In view of tho
nllurlug possibilities, but to offset
this, experts have figured out a sus
taining' s)stcm of revenue by which
it appears now that the fcdcrnl nu
thoiltles feel It would bo sate to pro
ceed with the matter.
- The building of such warehouses
would mean the expenditure of prob
ably a million dollars or more, con
siderable of whloli Hawaii would
derive the benefit of. Survc)s have
been made of the waterfront with n
view of driving piles on which to
eiect -the warehouses, nnd It would
menji extensive (hedging. More de
tails will be ghen as soon as the
matter is finally decided on at Wash
Hnrwood "But If jou hnto tho chap
that won your old girl, why did you
send htm an oxponslvo wedding pres
ent?" Cogger "Hist! I sent him my old
mitomnbtla for rovengo. It breaks
down eery fow miles and costs a
rich man's Income to keop In repair."
BY WAGON WHEEL
Lad Fallt From Scat and Lands Be
neath Vehicle. Has Narrow
Ea:ape From Death Unortu
nate Incident on Street Today,
About 11 o'clock this morning a'
nasty accident occurred at the corner
of Port and Allen streets, whereby a
Portuguese boy named Tung Hobcllo
was badly Injured.
It appears that tho boy, In compiny
with a couple of other )Oiiths, was
haxtng a ride on one of Ilustacc,
Peek's wagons, nnd Hint In sonic way
tho boy lost Ills seat and fell beneath
the wheels of tho chicle.
His left heel was crushed to pulp
Mid his hip badly bruised. He received
other minor Injuiles besides. Officer
Parish was quickly on tho scene 'and
called lip the pattol wagon, which con
eyed the hoy to the Queen's Hospital
v.hcro his injuries wero' attended to.
At a Into hour the lad was reported
Io be doing as wefl as could he ex
pected. While tho'patrol wagon wrtu hurry
ing to the l)0 'h assistance ono of tho
horses drawing It fell nnd cut its knees
A STUDY RECORD
Superintendent of Public Instiuc
tloit Ilabhltt has prepared a study
rrecord card which will show the
relative standing and progress of n
pupil from the first grade to tho
eighth. At present there Is no meth
od to nttaln the object which Is
aimed for .In the plan as outlined,
and it Is proposed to adopt It In all
ttfo schools of tho Territory. It Is
believed 'that it will stimulate the
Interest of pupils and their parents.
Superintendent Ilabhltt Is also pre
paring n record that will show tho
nationally nnd grading nnd ago of
all pupils In the public schools, the
object being to ascertain why there
nro so ninny pupils ocr the, usual
ago In tho lower grades.
ASKS THE REMOVAL OF
. COLBURN 'AS EXECUTOR
(Continned from Pace 11
Attached to the petition in' a letter
from Colbiiin to Din Is reading as fol
lows: . '
Honpliu T, II., Sept. 22. 1909.
"Sir. George Davis, Attorney for Frank
"Dear Slrj-Answorlng your most
uncalled-for note of this day lnforniln'
mo that 'if I do nut p.iy tho' amount of
the execution, issued against Dald Ka
wanannko.i and myself us executor of
the Kstato of David Knwanannkna, do
ceased, I Ijeg to say, 'that lipon tho re:
eclpt of saldjnoto I referred it to Sir.
Watson andfhe advised .mo that the
position that I take In this nutter or
refusing nnd declining to pny )our
claim. Is a sound one. It Is true that
I have sufficient funds in my hnnds to
pay and dlschaigo the claim of jour
client If the same was a preferred ono
but It being uon a par with tho num
erous other creditors of tho Estate of
tho lata Prince David I must adhero to
my position' of declining to pay any
nnd all of said claims until I hao fin
ished tho litigation that I nm now in
volved in, tending towards tho ultimate
end which 1 trust will enable mo to
pny nil claims in full.
I therefore again uTcllne to com pi.
with your demand nnd If )ou think It
will bn to the best interests of tour
client to proceed agiltibt mo' In the
manner that )ou threaten, please )our
"JOHN P. COLBURN."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 856.
H'llWin Fditnniil Room Phon IBS
For etlng, drinking and cooking
Pure, Dllclous, Nutritious
KMn4 v. I. r.ii or..
iirenkfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakM
German SwMt Choaalate,
( 1-4 1st. cakM '
Fr 31 j Lm4U 6rtMt 1 Htsalulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DOKCHBATBR, MASS, U.S.A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
MAYOR TO FIGHT;
MUTUAL TO PROCEED
Fern Has pig Stick For
Tho agreement reached by tho
Supervisors nnd Mutual Telephone
people Is not by any means a cer
tainty. Ma) or Fern Is still swing
ing his ax to split up tho proposition
ko'thnt tho Hoard will hold tho
trump hand. The Mayor Is out with
blood In his eye, and lutends to tnke
off Ills con t and setup to the finish
every member on thl) Hoard who
votes favorably to waiving the fee
attached to tho permit provided for
In the "street-hole" ordinance re
cently passed by the city fathers. '
lie looks upon tho agreement as n
practical throw-down of tho regula
tions nnd n complete surrender of
the Supervisors. He maintains soma
sort of a fca should have been men
tioned, bu as to give the city a legal
hlngo to hang on; otherwise, there
wnB no compromise, that tho Hoard
Was simply giving in to the tele
Treasurer Carter of the Mutual
said this morning that even though
tho Supervisors retracted and went
buck qn their ngiecment, that they
have decided upon legal advlco to
pioceed and let tho Hoard tako tho
matter Into court If they pleased.
Whllo It might delay tho Installation
of the new automatic sysem to a cer
tain extent, Mr. Carter said the Mu
tual had decided to go ahead with
At Its annual meeting, held yester
day, tho Kllohana Art League elected
tho following officers: Richard Cooko
was unanimously elected to fill tho
vacancy caused by tho death of tho
late C. M. Cooke, whllo the ncanclcs
caused by the resignation of A. Mc
intosh and Frank Athcrton wero tilled
by tho election of C II. Athcfton nnd
Cnrl Du Hoi.
the famous F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
We cordially invite you to attend
Monday, Oct. Ilth
You will be both surprised and delighted at the elc
Ranee and exclusiveness'of the
: , Jilks, Spangled Robes,
Garnitures, Scarves, Trimmings
Which'will then be on exhibition.
AUTO MAN IS.
That B. II, Lowlg will bo made to
pay the police for the contompUfor
them that he has shown seems very
probable. LowIb has been tunning six
automobiles and has Ignored repeated
warnings on tho part of the authori
ties to tako out tho required legal lie.
enses. Ho wns notified by letter and
Ly word of mouth and Sheriff Jnriutt
also personally requosted him to com
ply with the law, but what Lowls said
In nnswer was more exmesslve than
pollto If what tho police say Is truo.
His cars nro Nos. 40, Frankln; 47,
same; 48, same; 49, Studcbaker; E0,
Hulcknnd 10S, Klsccl. Ills case has
been sot over mull tho 13th of this
month, In tho District Court. '
FOR A JAPANESE.
(Continned from Pm 1)
rcrnnmtezi Jo)co declared that hq
did not doslro counsel. Upon tho Bug
la'stlon of City nnd County Attorney
Cathcart sentence was positioned un
til next Saturday morning. During
tho Interval an Investigation will be
mado by Cathcart with a view, of advis
ing tho couff'ln connection wltlr'llio
Hamon Lopez, indicted for nn attack
with n razor 'upon a man named Ortes,
whom ho Is accused of having cut with
a razor, pleaded not guilty and his
enso was placed on tho calendar.
Knplko and his two compatrlotH, In
dicted for burglary and robbery, plead
ed not guilty. Josa Fernandez, from
tho District Court for mitigation of
tentence, on a charge of battery, hnd
Ms senttneo suspended for thirteen
monttiB, City and County Attorney
Knuhakti, tho man v ho wns arrested
for IntorlcrliiKJVltlif Chief of Dotectlves
Leal, alsp received a suspension of
eentenco, as did Tatako, n Japanese
charged with conducting n hotel with
out a license.
THE! MATSON Navigation steamer
Hllonlan wns reported by her wlroless
lust night an CIS miles off tho port
liioamlng through light winds and
heavy head seas.
ostrich feathers, etc.,
STANTON TALKS ON
(Continued from Pace 1)
"I Immediately began investlcnt-
Ing )our rtfldcnti.il districts, and I
assure ou It did not tnko-ine long
to discover that our best residential
piopcrty was neglectcirinnd practi
cally wlthBeld fiom tho market.
Knlniukl, wltli Its high elevation,
ocean breezes, dry, cool ntmosphcro
-nnd beautiful location appealed to
mo as tho best nnd most dcslrnblo In
)nur city, nnd ns soon ns I found
that the Gear Lrfnslng & Co. estate
owned 1,209 lo,ts of this magnificent
residential property, I was very
much surprised. Without sa)lng n
word to anyone,, I set to work to seo
If I could get control of this prop
erty In some way, nnd tvtth the uhlo
assistance of some of )ourbcst rep
resentative cltliens, It has Jakcn'mo "
Just seven long months to accomp
lish my purpose, I could never
have dono It alone. f
"It certainly takes some diploma
cy nnd time ns well as money to gc't
control of your Valuable property.
I am thoroughly convinced thnt our
largest real estate wners nro not
In nny rush to bcII. ' They evidently
appreciate Honolulu's limited area
nnd I'nniima advantages. '
"Tho Knlniukl Land Co., Ltd., 'Is
a local forporatlon and haB conttnl
of nil of the property formerly own
I d by the Gear Lansing & Co. estate,
comprising 1,239 lots loented on
both tho Wnlklkl and Wnlalao side
of Katutukl, nnd my business in this
oinco Is to assist (he company In sell
ing some of thoso lots at prices thnt
will be tempting to those who want
to build u beautiful homo nnd In
viting to those who want to mako a
good Investment. Just what tho
company contemplates doing with nll
thls property I cannot say; however,
I do know thnt'u few of tho lotB will
bo placed upon the market nt once,
and that )ou aio going to find mo
among the list of puichasers. Tho
more I go to Knlmukl nnd the mnro
I 'study Honolulu's promising futuro"
with her enormous wealth and mili
tary possibilities, the moro I nm
convinced thnt Honolulu piopcrty,
and In particular Knlniukl, is tho
Bulletin Baiineit Office Phone 256,
nullfflrf Editorial Room Phone 185,
J. ABADIE, Prop.