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RVnSMNO nUU.ETIN', HOKOMJIX, T. II.. MONDAY, JAN. 21, 1910 .
For Lovers o Beautiful Goods
jEntire Stock of Mrs! J. Rosenberg
Consisting of HAND-MADE EMBRO!DEKIES,.SHIRT
WAISTS ond NOVELTIES ,of all kinds will be sold at a
great sacrifice. Prices absolutely slashed right and left, and
the bargains are the biggest ever offered in Honolulu.
Sale now going on, find continues only until
Saturday, January 29.
MRS. J. ROSENBERG,
Iooms 9 and 10 - - Alexander Young Bid.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS ON S.S. CLEVELAND
200 rooms reserved at Hotel Manx, San Fran
cisco. Conveyances and baggage wagons at
br US U. -LAJttm, .manager
On Tlimmlay njght nt 0 K Clill
llngworth's olllce llio in it lor of tha
llnlilwa Murnttum rnu will be ills
i listed, iiiul a start niado cm thu prep
millions for tlio gnat iinnii il ment.
(J I' Chllllnjjwoitli Ik iliilriuin of
tho comniltUe which has bem ai
liilnlcil to look after tlio race and lie
Is ncHlstt.il b) A K Vlcria, who will
net ii8 secretary Mgel Jackson, tlio
hero of time Marathons, in lining t
mill he ntul his colleagues will hustlo
for ull I lie) tiro worth to m ilu the
iwo n success
llio i nco In sihgduled to (omb off
on Vnrcli 20. iiiul It will lis parol) in
nniutoiir affair Suitable prizes will
1m given .mil nlri'ml) Mn)or 1'ern his
i oino tliroiiKh with n trophy tint will
ho well worth winning
Ml Ihnso Intel tkti'il In I ho ricu
should nttiml the meeting on ThurB-
itii) night. Tlio ill3CiU8ion win no open
to oM'rjInnlf mill suggestions will be
Arc )uu Interested In thcuo nvla-
Intensely. I watched one this
luoinlng who was an mlept Ho iokc,
illppeil, ilnleil, tiirnoil icirneis ami
lighted without troulilo iiiul without
n mishap." '
"Woi'l, well He must lime heen
a Mid." .
"He was; of the spariow vailety.
Alinut 20,000 of the 100,000 auto
mobiles In the United States are
ilrlM'ii hy elcitrlclt)
Thcio Ih on)) evil In tlio goodness
that makes other mil.
llalle's comet was pi ilnly lslblo
from Walklkl and many other parts
of the clt) List nlKlit. Tlio comet n
pears to ho straight out from the en
ti'auio to Honolulu hirbor, In the ill
Mellon of Rauil. It was first oli
sorvul at nhoiit 7 o'cloc last night,
ami for almost nil hour thousands of
pioplo watched tlio stratiKo visitor.
I The tall shows plain!) and Is nf con-
! Biddable length, llio comet Is almost
In n Hue with the owning star ami ill-
j though not Mi) hlt.li above the hoi
lzon can bo seen distinctly with tlio
'naked o)i' Tlio Cleveland tourists
who weio miendlng tlio oM'nliig nt tlio
Moan i hotel all ciowded out on llio
Iannis to watch tlio womleifiil sight.
One way to defend the rlfiht Is to
attack all wrcnig vigorously.
Dr. Isaac William Brewer, the
great American authority on tropical medicine,
has the following to say in his new book,
" Personal Hygiene In Tropical and Semi
Tropical Countries," regarding ,the use - of
"The use and nWsc of alcohol in the tropics has been discussed with
a jjreat deal of feeling. The total abstainers and many others maintain
that it is a deadly poison in the tropics, while others argue that it is
an absolute necessity,
"The truth lies between these extremes. t " '
"There is no doubt that a little alcohol in the shape of a light
wine taken with meals is beneficial to those who suffer from loss of ap
petite or inability to digest food. Park put the daily amount of alcohol
that may be consumed by a healthy man at from one to one and one
half ounces, or an equivalent of two ounces of brandy, five ounces of
sherry, ten ounces of lighter wines, and twenty ounces of beer. Women
should take smaller quantities." ' 4
Just what we have been preaching all aong, and
we are not surprised to see our views confirmed
by such an eminent authority as Dr. Brevycr.
The J3eer That's JLfrewed
tmitj.',iij'i"ii ' r '
WILL By. SUCCESS
At noon today several members of
the cxecuthc commlttpe of tlio
riorn) Parade will take lunch with
members of the Chinese Promotion
Committee nt the Chinese club on
King street, to discuss the form of
exhibit which the Chinese merchants
of Honolulu will lime as their entry
In tlio parade
Three jcars ago the Chinese put
In a float representing a dniKon as
their entry. This took llio first
prlzo nnd was one of the most elab
orate and tinlnAii' cars eer seen In
his clt)-. Tlio Chinese this )car
will In all probability put ln some
thliiR even more startling.
A meeting was held last Saturday
of the editors of the three Ameilcan
newspapers of Honolulu with a view
of having a puss 'Moat for the com
ing parade. This is the II rat tlnio
In the hlstor) of Honolulu that the
editors of these three papers linvo
mini) togctliir. A plan of action was
drawn up, but nothing definite was
decided upon. Tills matter will be
fully discussed at a meeting to be
held shortl). f 4
The IIor.il committee have re
(ehed iiumeioiis leplles from own
ers of prUnte cars, stating that they
will be In the parade. Theie will be
twice as mnffy'rniH In this )cnr's
riornl I'.iriido as In preWous )eirs.
-so that Honolulu will hne need to
,be proud of those citizens who are
doing all the) can to make, the 1910
paiade n suicess.
I In addition to the Promotion Com-
'mllteo's entr), vnilnus ilubs and or-
1 ganlrntlons will put In Units for tlio
paiade. The following luivo nlrendy
been hcaul fiom: The Kiilniukl Im-
piocment Club, whlili will In till
ptoliablllty have a model of the oli-
tcrxator); the Unlverslt) Club, tlio
Commenlal Club, tlio I'alamn Settle-
j The floral committee have ro-
tclvcd i number of samples of Imi
tation piper (lowers manufactured
locally. These are such good Imita
tions of the real thing that If the
weio perfumed they could ca3ll) bo
passed off as ical flowers.
POLICE COURT NOTES
Chief JfcDiifllo loped In a bunch of
gamblers )cstciday and tlio whole lot
of.lliein wcro In court this morning
C. P, Chllllngwnrth appealed for tlio
defendants, but tho evidence wns too
htrong ami Judge Aiylrado round the
bunch guilt). One Celestial wns glr-(
en n suspended sentence of thirteen'
mouths, and tlio remaining twclvo
were fined 17 nnd costs.
Chllllugwnrtli then asked tho court
lo bo meiclful and nrtcr lie had talked
for a while, tho Judgo roiluced tho flno
to $r, and costs.
J. J. Ilelscr, who is charged with
nutn speeding, was on tho calcmlni
for trial but tho rase was put over till
Wednesda) next. 'Three nllcged
gtmblors named .Abraham Krleua,
Ifeknpa and. Anton Gomes, wero sent
ovci for trial till January 25.
Tied I.. Wnldion has withdrawn his
appeal against Judge Anilrndo's deci
sion that he, pliould pay a fine of (25
ptU costs 'for nuto speeding. C. II
llrown, ho'ovor. hns perfected his ap
peal and will fight to tho list ditch.
Captain James It. t'otirle, command
ing the One llundrid and I Ifth Coast
Artillery, J at limed at Kort Ituger, Ha
waiian Territory, has been ordered to
tho Arm) (3cijor.il Hospital. Captain
i'ourlo was stationed at tho I'rcsldlc
for several )ears, where he was one
of llio mobt popular officers and a
nreat social favorite. He was then
ordered to Honolulu, where he uttd
hit charming wife have made hosts
of, fill mis In the short time the) j
have been here, lecelvlfig and dispens
ing much hnspltallt) quite an acquisi
tion to the social life In Honolulu
ihi'lr ileparturo will make a void In
tho clnlo In which Ihey wero alnu)s
It Is regretted that Mr, McDcrmntt
and Mrs McDormotl of Seattle return
ed to thi'li homo on tho Manchuila
after a sojourn nt tho Moniin Hotel
for rome time. The) arc prominent
In social clrclci ami etijo) their beau
tiful home In ono of tho most pictur
esque spots of tho grand I'uget Sound
clt). Tho McDermotts liavo vlsltill
the volcano, nnd liavo such an alalia
for the islands that they may return
for a longer stay.
Mr. llenson of Portland, Oregon,
and his daughter. Miss llenson, after
n most pleasurable trip to Honolulu,
tho volcano, and around t'H Island
(cue shortly for their homo In Putt
land The time the) have spent hire
has been a series of entertainments
for them, and In return for tho hos
pitality they ni'clM'd Iheli largo toiu
car was euJo)cd b tin I- friend nnd
acquaintances, who weio ahvajs wM
coined to n Feat.
Mr. and Mis, Hcffcren arc guests at
the Moann Hotel. Mr IlelTeren is a
millionaire lumberman from Seattle,
the homo of millionaires, where tin
mint., fortunes arc made from tho tlm
her which the forests of tho Stnto
of Washington produce. Iloth Mr.
and Mrs llefli len linvo enjojed the
trips they h.io taken In their flnn
touring car, and they express a de
sire to return next winter.
Tho )onng bichclors of Honolulu
gnn n dmce nt tlio Young Hotel last
Saturday evening. January 22nd. It
wns a social success, as all of the
entertainments given by theso popu
lar ) filing men nro, and this ono Ir
IMilIcubr, which was under, tho aus
pice? of Mr. Ailhur Mcintosh, whoso
able management Is welt known, wns
a most pleasurable ovent.
Miss Grace llobcrtson who has been
visiting hir sister, .Mrs. James Daugh
orty, for somo tlnio and who Is n very
nttractho )oung girl, has been tho
rpco lent of u great ileal of attention
In the a of inti'rtiilnmcnts. Sho re
turns ti San lVanclsco to Join her
inn'hir who will spend sumo tlnio In
tho Ila) Clt).
.Mrs. Cliarlo) Athertnii, In tho early
pnit of tho week, hail tho misfortune
of receiving nn Injury to her knee. It
Is hnj.i'1 tho Injur) is not ut nil
serious. She Is leported ns resting
easier, which Is most comforting to
her fi lends, who regret that oven n
Blight accident should befall her.
Mrs. McDonald Is a guest nt- tho
Moan a Hot-d, from Vuncomcr. Mrs.
McDonald Is an old f-lciid of tho
Harry Lewis family, who are noted for
their hospitality and beautiful enter
tainments nml who aro in a jiosltlon
to glo Mrs. McDonald a delightful
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1028 Nuuanu St.
Tho first visitation of tho gontr)
stownwa)s eniountercd bj tho Ham
bing America lino Clovcland came In
tho form of two discharged American
toldlers who sucecded In hiding with
in tho bnwelry of tho palatini llnor
mid wero not dragged forth fiom their
nlwurltv u(II tho vessel had gotten
well out fiiini" Yokohama
Ono Jtiwiiprn '"Isfi boa-dil the vr.
Pil at Kolio and ho Is confined to tho
ostoB lulg. These men will bo tak
en through to K-' I'lancltco ko.ii .,
c)pn roiiflnniiifiif n"d letupicd to
" ' ii"-1 of Hinbarkntlon by the
Clovolpud which Is to sail from tho
California port on nnnllicr ciulso tho
urn pan or rouruiiy.
Mrs James A. Hopper held a recep
tion Frlda) uflernoon, January 21st, to
Introduce Mrs. Rosa Iloppor-Plotncr
tho talented mlnlatureTartlst of San
Francisco, to llio ladles of Honolulu,
who aro Interested In this work.
Mrs. Wllllun. C. L)on lias been cill
cd to San franclsco Jj) the Illness
of her mother, and Is nccomi nnled b)
her littio son
Itcv. Wstervelt Is booked to leave
on the Alameda for the coast,
About 10 o clock this morning
Mounted Police Officer Tilpp noticed
a man standing at tho cornor of Hotel
and Nuuanu street, The man seemed
to bo In trouble, and was shaking and
shlNorlng. Trlpn ut onco Jumped off
his horse and rushed toward tlio man
who showed slgiu of falling to tho
Defifro tho oflicer could reach the
unfortunate man he had fallen heav
Hy to tho sidewalk. Tripp picked tho
man up and nt onco noticed the blood
pouring from a wound In tho buck of
tlio head. Tho patrol wagon was tel
ephoned for and the man wns con
ve)od to the Queen's Hospital, where
It "was discovered that his nanio wns
I-owls. and thut lie had nt ono tlnio
been u purser on tho stoamer Mnul.
Tho mm Is badly lnjurt.fl nnd his
Bkull nppenis to bo fructiuod. Ho
fell heull) when tho fit uttacked him
flit! tho curb Rtimu nilim mil .1, ...a,.
(Into his bead.
Tom 1st I wonder notour nllowlng
people to mount that ruin N'ntlvo
It's qulto snfo sir. It was onlyHuillt
lust join. lion Vlvant.
Closing Out Some of Our Lines
Worth of Merchandise to be Slaughtered
Regardless of Cost
The Greatest Sale of DRY
GOODS, MILLINERY," CLOTH
v ING, "FURNISHING GOODS,
SHOES, etc., ever held in Hono
lulu. 15 Cases of Goods
received per s.s. "Korea"-will be
included in the sale.
Don't fail to follow the crowd.
For. further particulars see our
L B, KERR & CO., Ltd.,
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