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nVENINO fUJM.KTIN. IIONOMJIAI. T. If.. MONDAY. DKC. 6, 1909.
AT OIERA HOUSE
Iloll-Cnll of Departed Brothers
nlo ucr llilfiM-il lit In IIk'hii lalninlit
Vnci'il M'lci lions, by well Ifiimwi
'I liu Hit if ili'irli'il lirolluTB, In
iiiciiiiiiy ( w limit llio cM.-ielioH wmu
lielil. Ik 11a follmvti. Clnm. A. 8. VI Inn
luumlpr r i!n milor, filed Miiich 2U
IKSii; Junius M. Slum. July 2.'.. 1!H2:
.Limp A. l.yvi', Ocltilwr , 1902;
(IciirK" lliinn t'oliinury 11, 1W3; (ill
Ijcrl II. IJinkaw Ai'rll, 190.1; Oconto
A Ciiolie, .luly 7. 1903; Jncoli Hour
Milrt .Uuu.li. 1901; CIk-h. II. Itiimsey,
Dccpinlior 1C, 1903; William Unuliur,
Eulouies. Addnsscs and Music ! m.ucIi 20. ltioo: William 11. Tiislor.
With SlnRc Airnnscmcnt nost
TI10 111rn10rl.il-Rorv Ices liulil yestei
il'ij nrieriioon In llio Opera Ilmiro by
Hie lonil tinier of 1211m, were liolli lll
pierxlu. and Kriinil. The nrrniiKontpnt
or llio atasu wim a feature Ioiir to Ijo
tcniemlieieil by thoso pien'iit. A
mkliiK of tree, completely encircled
llio rtujto, IcnilliiK all Inipresalve rnvel
to the hcuiic.
The silt elialiM from tlie loilro room
I'iiil been traiiHlrnol lo Hie Oikm 1
lloiiso for (bo ocriiBlnn. '
Tliu kpchu nl tho li.ick of the i'tw
tt.iH iiimlu in ieireint 11 burial yl.tco
ii nibslonen rl"liiK hero ami tliere with
1 hi. lulus of'iin obi rliureh at 0110 hIiIo,
K.iu 11 most realistic offect, which
uiih eiilmuceil by i.nft IIkIiIh casting n
leellow Blow ntit the whole
'flio lliiniiliilii Concert Orchestra,
nailer tl'e illrerloiUilp nf I .1. Vlrrfl.'
playnl Keliiili'.Tt'u imMnlhlied h.vin .
piHMI.V ill UIO 1M'IUI1K 01 lL I'WUlbl'n
Tlil orchestra played, not only thla
tlllllftilt inaftorplcco, but MiwiikiiI'b
Intermezzo ami nmilzptU'a lex'et from
"l.uela do I.aniiuermoor" In a vtiy Hint I
wan extieniely Inipri'wme. All were
liulKlied preentat!onu or illfilcult 01
('beHtr.illons, and ledomidcd to tho
(roillt of both loader and plajern. fill
ImvliiK the Hint Belectlim. tho olf.ceri"
of the IoiIbh went 'upon' tho KtiiKo mill
took their proper Htallon, vhllo the
Dead M.Trih III Saul van nlayed. Tho
usual iltml w'iib oliBprveil. mid the!
roll call of "Our Abn-nt llrolliew" was
iiHked for by the llxulled Huler.
Tho Btnito wix dnrkineil and the
ncielnry called the roll. As e.icli of.
llio elKiiteeii iiaiues in 1110 iiioiuers 01
tho IimIko wlurhao died, slueo IIh or
Ciinl..illii, mis ei'lled. 11 bell tolled
'ind upon the reeiio In tho h'ic!i;rotind
a Htar appeared. Slowly tho hints
Hashed iihiii llio nky Keeiio. nut 11 a
-'i r ( eiiisii IiI.ii"mI. It was the call
li.K of llio biotlii'iM, mid tlio i'i.! wiiH
Hyuibolle of their pio.'cnoe duilug tho
I'oIIowIiik llio ilivdcitliiu by llov.
Mr. K10II of I..1I111I1111, 11 doiiblo male
ipi.nlet Hiunt Main's "Tho Dcp'titeil"
iiud till: was followed by llrotbcr
I'laull IX Theiiipbou, who K.ue the ora
tion. Miss' Helen Wood l.allnoi followed
wllb iv Bopriiuo nolo -Dudley Unci, '11
"My ItodoonW'r ami My Lord." Shu
was accompanied bj Mra. (. Tciiuo)
The eulosy wiri itlvon b llio, .1. I,
C.'oko and as one of lb.- m-wi liniui""
July an, IflOC; Chr.8. II. lllKhop, Auk
list 10. lliiiii; Albeit J. l.on, October
19. lliijr.j OeniKo I). Hear, May 12.
1907; Harry J. Johnston, December
28. 1907; .lames A. Low, Jitnunry 5.
1908: John II. Mclliinntmh, AiiKiist 28.
ItiS; Jaiiios H. O'Neill, Jnniiary 22
1909; Chan. I.. ScrJniRiier, March 7.
1909; I'cu-r if. l.ucan. Maicli 7, 1909.
IATEST PORTRAIT OF LEADER
III EDDY CHURCH WAR
I r tPanBti( I
4 ."$ f?i t
Mrs. AtiBUHlii I!. Stetion. tho
leader ovei whom the Klrst ChrlB
tlan Science church, New Yoik, Is
In 1111 upheaval, was Biimmotieil to
Huston lo face a livnrltift before tho
dlreitoru of tho mother church and
later excommunicated by tho lHisloli
lommlttee. She has twice iccently
been ndmonlBlicd by tho directors,
bill hoi- ItocK stands by her firmly,
and Bite inutilities to defend tho due-
tine thai the Huston dlieclors de
cline aio not In Keeping with the
tenets of Clulstlau Science.
W. II. Smith of lllto and J. Castle
HldKway. foiiucily or llllo, bao been
nilndtted to practice befoio llio Su
piemo Colli I of (lie United States. Mr.
Hlditwiiy practiced law In llllo for 11
number of je.irs ami iiIho did Mime
wink on the llllo Tribune, of w.hlcli
Mr. Smllli was funnel ly llio editor.
The iialtlou for their adiiilsslou to
piactleK befoio llio court was tnado by
rolleltor t!eurr.il llowers of llio Do
p.ulinent of Justice
SCENERY IS ADMIRED
BY MISS RAYMOND
Atmospheric Etfccts Are Cause of
Much Favorable Comment
Art League to View Exhibit.
"Tho Rcncral nnpcarniico of Oahtt
mid neighboring Islands as otic up
pioaihes from tho ocean lends a
cluirni uf color ami a fvelhiR of rcst
fulneas iiiieiiiallcil by any other
inlil-l'ni-lfir Island." Such were
the words of MWs Julie i:. Ilnyiuond
ot llrnokln, N. V., when Inter
viewed liv a member of the II 11 1 I 0
lln start In her cottiiRC studio nt
1491 l.'in'nia street. Comparatively
few visitors know what the word
Honolulu lenlly means. Mtcrally
kpcaklntt It Is "A Haven ot Peace."
To one fresh fiom a Ioiir sea voy
iiro, the beauty and (trandeur of the
mountain", with their Varying tints
ot tropical foliage, adds not a lit
tle to the chat m of this "I'aradlcc
of the 1'ae.llle."
Thin eabterii artist is here to
study the wondeifiil rloud ctfects so
Peculiar to these Islands and to re
pioduce 'mi catunss the scenic ef
fects of both sea and mountain bo
much en Jo eil by tourists uiid resi
dents. Miss Raymond Is making
nrrirtenients with the KJIoliaua
Art League to exhibit sketches of
Northern and Southern California,
particularly tho Lake Tahoc region.
Miss Ha.Miiolid does not feel that she
Is a stranger to Honolulu, as she
leais letters of introduction to some
of the most prominent people here.
Her specialty Is water-colors,
which she pteffrs to oils on account
tr the delicate coloring and over
changing hues. In Hollands, San
Diego, Deer 1'niU Springs and tho
Lake Tahoc district her work has
t'cen especially pleiiBtng. It was
Ihiough tho Instrumentality of Mrs.
Clinton .1. Iliitililngs anil Miss
Needliani, both or this city, ninl Dr.
Krames Wctmore of llllo that Miss
Itiiymoud left her classes In lted
lantls to visit theso beautiful Is
lauds. Having studied under 1'iof. J. II.
Wbltlnl.er or Adelphl College.
Hiouklyn, N. Y and also 'at tho
1'ialt InstJlutloii, she took a special
Mil-door imirso under I,. I. Latimer
or San Kianclsco. Her work has a
very pleasing quiillly. It Is broad,
or good comtiosltliiu, with purity or
icilnr and slnipllclty of handling.
Her atiuosihcrlc effects arc of un
usual excellence, and tho illnphane
ous grayish purplo haze bo peculiar
o our mountains nro positively
Rsclnatlng. Although Miss llay-
n.oiiil has been hero only one week,
Furniture for Christmas Gifts
We are showing the largest line of FURNITURE and FURNITURE
' ' NOVELTIES ever brought to Honolulu for a Christmas season. ""
Make your Christmas (jift to friends or relatives somcthinp; which will combine both beauty and utility. This result
can be nttaincd b7 purchasing furniture.
Every item in a furniture store would make a (jood Christmas gift.
We show the largest and best line of goods in, the islands.
J. Hopp & Co., 185 King Street
Uy tho comblniitlon of rare artistic , lug feature or her work Is "I'alntcd
talent and n charming personality, jl-acc." This will be particularly
iilicndy has made for herself n place entrancing to the feminine onloolt
tn our little city. ler, being a beautiful and mBtcrlous
Honolulu and neighborhood af-,way of tieatlng lace applique and
ford an excellent field for her work. ( which has been "patented" by Mlvi
A novel and at the same tltuo pleas-illaymoml.
WHO SAID KAIMUKI ROCK, und who is denying itt Because
Nature has been good enough to provide rock for building
purposes is that any reascn why anyone should object to
some lock in KAIMUKI, the most beautiful district in the.
city? We admit a few lots in the KAIMUKI district have
rock, but this condition of affairs exists all over the city, as
il is a well-known fact that every residential district has its proportion
tf lock. To those who are laboring under the erroneous impression
that we arc offering ledges of rock instead of desirable residential
projxuty, might ns well give us proper consideration by coming out and
taking a look at the property we aie offering.
The NEW OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT has practically no rock and
the rock on the few lots will be removed by this Company at the request
of the purchaser. Thi3 Company is now clearing un the NEW O0EAN
VIEW DISTRICT of both rock and brush, and will deliver lots in first
class shape ready for building. Plenty rock for building purposes will be
furnished free; however, where the rock has been removed by this Com
pany, it must be hauled back at 'the expense of the purchaser. FOR
BUILDING PURPOSES. THERE IS NOTHING BETTER THAN KAI
MUKI ROCK. IT SAVES 23" IN THE COST OF BUILDING MATERIAL
AND ADDS 103' TO THE BEAUTY OF YOUR HOME. Its rough and
rustic surface and brownish color in the building of foundations, col
umns, sidewalks and fences, gives bungalows and cottages a beautiful
niul artistic npucarance. The value otthis rock in some of the mainland
cities would be more than polished granite, while at Kaimuki, it costs
ZELAYA WILL WAIT
REPORT BY COMMISSION
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Dec. 4. --President Zolnyn, nlnrnied at tho
gathering foices of the United States anil leallilng that his period tor
blustering has passed, has asked that the American government send a
commission to Nicaragua to Investigate conditions here, In the mean
while withholding the dogs of war. , "'
WASHINGTON NOT ADVISED
WASHINGTON, Dpc. I. The leport iccclved hero from Mcnrngua
to the effect that Zclajn has applied for a commission lo be sent there,
Is not continued ntjhe statu department here, the oulcluls dens lug liny
knowledge or any such request.
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HOLD-UP ENDS IN MURDER , ,
SAN KUANCISCO, Dec. 4. An unknown man held up and robbed
two all-night drug stoics tonight, a bout midnight, foiclng tho night
clerks to glvn him access to tho tills and holding them at liny In both
instances until ho could Biiecesshi llyy cscupo with his plunder.
After Iciivlng tho second stor 0 ho made an attempt to rob tho
Hamiuan llaths. His atlciijpt to h old up tho place wns opposed by W
II, Schneider, tho bookkeeper. Th e robber ordered Schneider lo
throw up lils;hands, and when his 11 tilers were not promptly obeyed ho
idiot the lioufikccjipr down, killing him Instantly.
In splfu of tho alarm raised by Hie uols'o of tho shooting, ho ran
out Into tho street and escaped with cut being Identified.
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MORE FIGHTERS' READY
l'lIlLADI'ILPHIA, Dee. B. Tho ntw battletjilps Michigan anil
Idaho liiivo boon ordered prepared f or sen duty, although no destina
tion has been given out. It Is sur mlsed,. however, that they will bo
bent to Nicaragua. Tho Michigan was recently added to tho navy, her
trial trip showing her to bu possessed ot lino speed.
MAY NOT ACCEPT CHINA POST
CHICAGO, Dec. ft, V. J. Calhoun, the Chicago lawyer who was
offered the post of United States minister to China, Is announced to
have at first refused to accept tho post, but Is reported to hnvo been
persuaded to reconsider his ncllon, awaiting n formal tender of tho
m 1 1 m
ZELAYA READY TO SKIP
NHW Oltl.KANS, Dec. ft. It I h reported that IMesjdent Zelaya of
Nicaragua and family aro propared to sail on tho first steamer nvnllable.
The government forces havo Jiecn p uslied back Btcadlly by tho revolu
tionists', and Zelaya Is in fear of capture, If not his life.
WASHINGTON, Dee. ft. Tho slxty-tlrst congress opens Tuesday.
I'lesldent T.ift has conferred with Secretary of Stale Knox nnd It Is re
ported that a special message on the Nlcaiaguaii affair will bo pre
tented to Congress.
PUKING, Dec. ft. Tho govern meiit of China has ' formally pro
tested to the Poweis against Russia's claims to administration of tho
Mnnchurlan railway zone.
No one doubts the fact that the man who walks about in the Kai
muki red dirt with white pants and "white Uoes will get them soiled.
But the question arises will that man's 'Vhite pants and white shoes
Gt- any cleaner when he walks aboJo iip otoootio 'jjjp giq ui n
any other kind of dirt? Besausc the soil is) red does not affect its
quality, or give cause for any obejetion. l v V P
THE RED SOIL IS MORE OF AN ADVANTAGE ' THAN A DISAD
VANTAGE. Not because it blends with the beautiful golden sunsets and
lunriscs over Koko Head, visible from any prt oihe district, but on
account of its splendid depth, its rich and feitileqnality. The red toil
is what produces the beautiful lawns, iron-wbd trees, and palms""that
ox find so plentiful among the many Kaimuki attractive homes. While
the r.aved stieets, improvements, vegetation, trees and flowers in the
NEW OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT will cover the rich red,Wl. it ncverthc
Irs",, must be admitted that the rich led soil is what will help beautify
the district. '
Our prices, $500 for the corner lots and $400 for jnside lots, sizes
75 feet by 150 feet, together with liberal installment te,rms, gives ev
eryone an opportunity to make a good investment and secure a beauti
ful ocean view homesitc. '
KAIMUKI LAND COy, LTD.
Room 3fl Young Building. - Honolulu, T. 11.
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MACEY SECTIONAL BOOK CASES Complete line at
1 ' H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.. Hackfcld Bldg., Fort & Queen.
Of Ready to Wear Apparel
Presents ' !
Has kept us busy as Hccs in this c-f
partment. Such value sas we are offering
in fashionable Garments has never
occurred in this city before.
New styles in Rain Coats
$5.00 to $18.50
Princess Dresses $2.95 to $20.00
Waists 25c to $20.00
Silk Petticoats $3.50 to $10.00
Children's Coats $2.50 to $5.00
New Military Capes
$10.00 to $2000
The whole stock must be cleared' &
quickly to permit of alterations and
r r.. .1.!. J .
new fixtures tor mis uc)uiuihjih. jg
The Market Home -
Of Christmas Gifts;
, A selection of choice article's for CHRISTMAS OIFTS
have been secured here in expectation of the Holiday dc-J
TOILET ARTICLES priced to suit the purse. o( everv
buyer are the finest gifts offered, as they are put 'up 'in'
cases made especially for the occasion. ' , '
The TOYS take Time to see, but. you will find moret
novelties in our stock than anywhere tn.iown,
SHOES make a sensible gift for a member of your,
tamiiy, ana you win nna our quaiuies ana siyics equal 10
the demands ot every buyer. Visit this store before you
complete your ouying.
WA YING CH0NG CO.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
Can only be done properly where there are facilities
fnr tlio work. If vou have anything of value that you
want dyed, let us send it to the F. Thomas Dyeing Works,
THE ritr.NCH LAUNDRY, J. Alinilir, Trop, rhone HOI
jLuuisrxju jnj.jjjLxxvrixcjc mj
Reduction Sale Begins Wednesday, December First, ':
102(1 Nmiauu St. i