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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY mil. 22, 1910.
Honolulu's Greatest Attraction
Tonight i ' ' .-.".
Alexander Young Hotel Roof Garden
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Carnival Ball Tonight
''The Family Scrap"
"The Court gf Injustice"
"Look, Sec and Devour"
"The Nickle Dance Hall"
ftfent or Western men. In tlio foro
Lrnund Mas n grnvo fit Wauko trees
ftiom whlcli t!io lapa wrs mule. An-
sitiovv l'oo POo wns seen buslng hlm-
"'holt with hta stnnta atizo nnd another
l)oy held n bnnillo of W.uiko l)rancliea
from which ho wan neon peeling off
tlio bark, v,lth a shell 1 nlfc,
( Lis o hrfpu and Marl! lMilclnlll Un ho wUl R flao brag8 bin(, Ths
jmunded tho st-nm or iiioparedrY,, ,i,n i. f ,.,.i. i,,
, branches or thenc trees with ho hois,
-JKIora Kaal was busy pilnting tho tain
l-wlth n bamboo brnt.li, whllu Jessie
LXnitiammuu was seen coloring tho
cloth fiom pigment In n l.irso cnla-
Sliash. Mary Perry ami Ellen Too Too
Hicld nloft c-ilalnshes filled with wnter
fun(i muclhgo to moisten tho tni.i in
it was bum; be.itui
Whllo thuio Il-ivvullrns weio busy
making cloth, Kalllhouu was mending
5 nnd making flrhlng not., ot primitive,
r'twlne. Around tho houso woro nii-int-
iJtles nt rocks, conn coveted with wu-
Csvicd nnd others with moos, which
p lia.l been uf-tl.illj pictured fi- the
5 ooc aslon.
This float represented the primitive
llmlustrles pt Hiwnll and v.is greatly
Lnpureciatcd bj thu hundicds of Mill
flilnls who had never seen .Midi vor'c
performed. Around the doonvaj of
!tho grass hut nnd the rldgcpolo woro
Bamlshlngs of enppi r icil UK
Tlio girls wcro dressed In lain pi pis
Pnml tho bojs In maloj. Around the
, Hcclc of each girl was entwined a
malic wreath which lent nn added
charm to their bright nnd cigcr lltllo
faces. On their heads wero feather
' lels. Tlio driver was attlrsd In n slimt
capo nnd n nuilo, TIUb wns 0110 of tho
jiiott intcrostlng of tho floats seen In
tho pniadu anil ilohurviH giuit tredlt
for tho tlmo and 1.110 bestov.od upon
'.Harvard Club was n poifcct bsuit
Ihetng n mtlidy In ted nnd giccu On
ithu front of tho tnr wns'n laio shield
Swlth tho motto VpiHhh wiltton upo.i
fiftln tho car s ie Mrs. Haiold 1)11
DinRham, Mlgs Beatrice Castlo MIs
ra Damon, MIsx Al'co Itolh
HOMES OF LEARNING
,Ynlo wno well lepuftiitml by .1 do
Jgii depicting tho finding of Olico'iln 1
Mr. II, 11. Judd roprei-eiitcl I'rof I.I
ilrvWcllH Whlto, w ho found Ob mkliili
llujtho j ear 1SQ3. John K. ItlchardEon
til h'i, lvHk
took tho pnrt of Obooklah. Bitting on
tho steps of Vale collego was Judd
with one hand ic3tlng on tho shoulder
of Obooklah. On tho back of tho car
v. as written: "Obooklah on tho steps
ot Yale Collego Library 1809.
St. Louis Band.
St, lnils College had a decorated
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Thu Normal dchotd vnn represented
ly a cluirlut decorate 1 In white and
jellow, nnd drawn bj two cream col
ctcd hoi scs. This entry icprasented
"Knowledge." Tho car was driven by
Paul do Ilrcttevllle whllo Ml, l'aul
iIo'I!rettellle took tho part of Knowl
edge. Princeton College.
I'rlnccton College had n mott elab
oratoly decorated tar. Thocoloi scheme
being tiger lilies and black cropc. On
tho front of the car v;as n largo tlileld
1 earing thaso woids: 'Vet Nov Tes
Tarn Ha 'lvm ' In lha car wcro Jacob
Tanres, ilrn. I. V. tlutton, SIr3. J.
Urdmnn, Jlha ixOirU Sturgeon, Miss
Mmgarct Wnlcihoiu'' Miss Margirot
l'ettrson, Mrs. Will Wliltney.
St .ouls College .u iiuo repro
tentCil bj a bountifully t'ecoratod cai
In the form ot a. clutter of giant
American lleautj Uoces. Tho color
rehemo was asparagus fern over which
quantities of I.a Tranco roses woro
Intertwined, Tho effect was very
pleating. In tho car "mo Mr. Jamss
I, McLean, Mies Cjnlc McLean, Miss
Helen McLean Master Cu.ths Atvat
cr, Matter llo'iutr Atwater.
i IolanI Col'e?o hid a decoratod car
rntltlod r.ougalinlllla. In thiu were
1 1: Cuntnilngo, 'Ihcmas Moiso and nob
Olive Ua'.Ies" automObllo wra
'much admired. It was a btudj In
blue nnd whlto. Clusters of wlii
tnrla woro diooncil over tho canopy,
and with ical mullo nnd ktrenmers
tho color effc:t was moJt pleaRliu
In tho car were Mr, and Mrs. Cllvo
Daus, Miss Muriel Davle3, Mlst
(iwuidoleu l);nlca, Jlls3 Loina 'Jn-
"Sununoi In Hawaii" was tho ti
tle of tho tnr ontoied by Miss An
nie C. Ilu3(ac Tho colors woro
green and white. In tho car frojOfihii Oolleec.
Miss Annlo C. Hustace, Miss Cun-
nlughnm, Miss Woodford, Miss Dow
1 -nd Miss Grace Stephens. This lat
ter young lady held ulott n banner
on which woie painted thoso words;
"It's Alwajs Suuunci In Hawaii."
Tho giado public schools of this
city wero well lepresented by a
most goigeous float lllustinttve of
education and Industry leading Ha
waii. Each Island of tho gioup wns
leprcsonted by a lovely gill decked
out in nil manner ot pretty dresses
nnd vvearlng leis and flowers emble
matical ot eich Island. Industry
was represented by K. S Walter,
Udurntlon by Miss M, Sullivan, Mo
lol nl by Miss C. Usui. Maul by Miss
1C Ilobtns, Nllhnu by Miss May
Utowort, Kauul by Miss K, Allwelns,
O1I111 by Mls Huso Thomas, Hawaii
by MIbh Mai Ian Defrlea, Lanal by
Miss Siifenn Kealolm, Knhoolnwo by!
Miss Myrtle Hush, Tho decoiatlous
weio whlto und green
See the World's Wonders
on the famous
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The Kalmukl Improvement Club
hnd one of the most unique nnd up-to-date
floats In the pnrade. This
represented the capture of Halle) 's
comet bj the world renowned
astronomers Kd- Towse nnd J. W.
I'mtt. These two personages wcro
dressed In falry-tnlo astronomers'
costumes, with the uKull and cross-
bones embellishing tho whole get
up. In the car as bright stars ot
the first mngnltudo wero Miss Fran
ces Clark, Miss Adelaide Pratt, Ml fas
Dorothy Ashlej, Miss Ilonnle Towse.
Thcso joung ladles wero attired In
pretty White dresses nnd wore gold
stars on their forehtids Tho ladles
of tho Kalmukl Impiovement Club
decorated this car nnd scenid much
pleased when tho nst crowds cheer
ed this entry. Tho body of the car
was draped In blue, on whli h were
depleted tha principal constella
tions. University Club.
The University Club was n study
In Dink and grey. In .the cir wcro
W. I. Hoth, MI83 Alice Mncfarlane,
Miss Sadie Mncfarlane, Mrs. C. It.
High. The wheels were covered
wlth pink roses, and tho whole car
wa3 daintily dccoiutcd in pink rosci
on a background of grey,
M. C. King had a car represent-
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lug "Liberty Hell." This was most'ular und IniposliiB floats of tho diy.
nppropilate, 11s It Is Washington's music und thobcntlng of diiims, nn
lllithday, and It was fitting that a Immense dragon vent through all
liberty bell should be In theparade. I '
In tho car were Mr. and Mrs. M.
C. Jvlng, who wero sui rounde by a
ve.i tiv. of led geraniums on a back
ground of crcen niallo and aspara
Cahu ColleEe wao a study in blue
nnd jollow, nnd must have taken a
great amount ot time and patience
to decorate this entiy, as hundreds
of yellow ioscj simply mothered the
car, lllue and jellow streamers
wero ued to great advantage nnd
Tent an added charm to the decora
tions. In this car were ,11. Kerr,
Miss Myrtle Schuman, Miss Caroline
Low, MUs - Martha Tulloch, Miss
The dujuneio Merchants' AbsocI
ntlon wns wo'l lepresented by a doc
orated automobile depleting the
Northern Hemisphere. In this car
wete Cllffoid Kimball u'ud Miss BUI
zlo Okuto. The color scheme was
crepe, over which all the colors of
the rainbow wero entwined and In-
koimlngled with vail-colorcd How-
cis. On tho top of the hemisphere
was an American Eagle keeping n
dote watch ovei this particular por
tlon of the globe. The committee
who woro responsible' for this entry
nro W. Moto3hlge, Y. Takaltuwa, K.
Ills excellency the Chinese Con-
stil is to be congratulated unon his
unique and Inughtcr-maklng float.
This was ono of the finest floats of
the parndp, nnd was heartily np-
plnuded all along tho route. Drawn
by two handsome horses and n rctl
uuo ot ChinPoe tctalncrs nnd with
hugo bunneiH waving In tlio wind.
this formed 0110 ot tho moat spoctac
MIGD ROSE DAVISON.
manner of blood-cuidllug nntlca.
To tho accompaniment of weird
music from drums nnd cymbals
With 0)03 bopping out of his bond
und with snapping Jaw's, this fear-
somo monster danced und jumped
in a manner that was positively
cents; Children, 25 cents
-ta u, '-
thrilling. Tho trappings woro of Hula-Hula Float,
gold and slhcr thread upon a jol-l On tho hula-hula float wcro H. D
low and red background. j Murray, J. Ljnch, C. Hall. Tlio Ka-
Defvinu Fele IibIuKii twins were also present close-
Tlio Tenliorlal tlait was one of ly guarded by three leadors of the ant
the wondeis of tho'narade and was 1 red herd. In nddltlon thoro wore
drawn by four sturdy horses. it also four hula hula gli Is an 1 threo mu
represented ICnplolanl defying lele. slclans, garbed in characteristic hula
This fioit was designed und gotten dress.
up by the Ulumahlehlo Society, who Tho Elks feature was, ono of tho
deserve tho highest praise for thulr-sreat attractions of the parade It
worldiinnshlp. In the foro part of wns expected that at leaBt sixty
the float was a llfellko reprcscntn- S"'1 I-ako clly Ellla would bo ln
tlon of Kllauen In action. On tlio "no. but only some ten mainland
bnclc of tho float, on a raised plat- members of the nntlered herd nr
form made to resemble a mountain- rived by the Alameda. This delegn
slde, were grouped a number of fig- tlon Included members from Idaho
ures in Dplcal Hawullan costumo ot nnl Novnda.
tho early days. Tho figures and Following Is n partial Hit of thosu
wlmt they leprescntcd are as fol- who havo come from mainland towns
lows: MIsb LUIkalanl, the PilnieB to tako part In the festivities: Dr. H.
Knnlolanl! Mis. KnlelLnu. n ohlef. . Mitchell, Canton Lodgo No. C8:
C33! Miss Pauahl. the PrlcstfRu nt
Pelefrs.Knalhue. a princess; Mrs.
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Pill, u lady In waiting; Mrs Punua,
a lady In waiting; Mrs. Klnl, a prin
ce js; Mr. Kalelkau. Chief Nulhe, the
huiband of. Kaplulnnl; Mr. Kahoo
haluhala, 11 chief; S. Pill, a Uilet;
S. Kcalohn, a chief; David Wutin, ii
chief; David Mnhuahua, a chief, and
Mr. Kanuku, a priest.
n. H. TRENT.
J, A. Oilman's decorated nutoino
bllo was tho cynosure of nil ejei.,
ns It whs n most pleasing 1'oinl ef
fect and a perfect blend ot colo.lng.
It resembled n sweet pea tiellls. In
the car "wcro Mtsa Maljorlo Oilman
nnd Mils Cordelia Oilman.
The fumualurs ot tho tarado was
the Elks' Cmilval ccctlnn, which was
lefioto wlti clov.ns, Weary Willies,
I ol y Hrppj Hooligan, Huh Hula
tlilu hu. '.vgurdy layers, led by n
brass bind, 'lha reai tml of this so3
linn was brought up by a float deplet
ing a vyttt.it wagon, on which various
bulbous nosed members of the nntlerod
herd sit unhide Trom tholr general
make up It would bo hard to reallio
' lhnt thn- lind nvnr tniirhp,! n rlrnn rt
water in tholr Uvea, or oven know
what drinking water lookod like. On
this water wagon, garbed In nil man
ner of costumes, wcro J, W. Doyle, T.
O'Brien, J. O'Connor H. A, Pearce
H. VIerra, O. O'Neill, Capt. Parker, W.
McCoy, J. Dougherty, V. Html, O. Ash
Tho wngon representing Tolly wat
occupied by Mojsis Mclntovh nnrtl
Waterman, whllo the hu-dygurdy play
tr was N. B. Lansing Tlie car ro
presenting a pnuco Hall, wns occuplol
by tho elite of Klkdom, nnd Included
tho following: 0. Martin, C. D.
Wright, J. Qulnlun, C, Ljiich, II. C.
Uaston. llioro wero two outrldoia,
"Murray's Classic Hula"
Yc Old Curiosity Shop"
"H,ave Your Tin-Type Took" '
"Joel Cohen and His Vaudeville Artists"
ncidiora, waiia waua ioago
! r ana M . ,. nayes
Jessie Hayes, Pocatello, Idaho; Mrs
David Kay, Miss Juanlta ICay, Og
don, Utah; John Crawley, Idaho
Palls; Joseph Young, Miss Clara
Young, Mlss-L. Young, John McTor-
U., silica ir irTn.lnir ttfa Hf .1
11:, i.n .. i..Ul.,, .., .... .
McQIll, Miss Grace Drybrcad, Mis
Backmati, Mrs. A. C. Boblnson
and son, A. E. Walther. A. H. Kellcy
Jr., all ot Salt Lake City; A. K.
Wakolev. Ely. Nevada: Mr. and Mrs.
James Metcnlf Jr. I
.The Elks Club ot this city was vvoll
icpiesented by a. life-sized K1U, bUndi
Ing at bay bn a grnsiy mound.
Fort Shatter cnteicd a decoratod
maxim gun, guarded by member:) of
tho force. This was on apprnprlato
entry nnd lent nn added Interest to
the'inllltary section of-tho parade.
The Inter Island Prlnsoascs lookod
stunning Im their bright colored nnn
ties. and. long pa-u habits, rollovvcd
by a bovy ot young people splendidly
mounted on high stepping steeds, this
nettlon of the parade was tho wonder
ot tho hundreds of mallhtnlg projent.
Both Kailal and Oalni received much
applause. Miss Rose Davison, ridmg
by tho side of L. S. Connoas, led this
rcctlon'of tha parade. Mrs. Poter Mo
lina, fepresontlng Kauai and mounted
en Mokohana, one of tho famous
korsea of tho Terrltoiy, lootipd stun
ning. Miss Wllhelmlntu Weight, of
Papalkou, representing Hawaii, looked
very Imposing on hor handsome mount,
which Is owned by-Hack. Inspector
Scully. MIsB-Mury iKaoo represented
Molokat and looked charming as she
rat her. stoed well nnd seemed tojake1
a grcar pride In having boon choien
to represent! this- Island. Mls4 K a jo's
mountilsiownediby Mr, 0' Pt Cooko,
and Is 'ono of tho finest horses In thu
Territory, MUs Wattle Holt received
vociferous cheers' ag sho rodu past His 1
Cnpltol, and made ( a fitting reiirosenla
live of Oahu. Mlsa Holt ti one at. the
mokt beautiful women In the Tefil
toiy, and, mounted uponvtho hand
pomo bay bolonglng to Ofllcer bright,
rlie was received with chcbiu all along
The twenty-fqur pa-u ildors and
their oscorti fonncd a group that
would bo hard to boat for plcturoaque
iicss, , The Indies who took pait In
this Eoctlou were somo of the finest
equestriennes ln tho Territory. Each
wore tho old style pa-u sklit andiwoto
adorned with mallo Ids,
Tho blcycloi division was for and
away ahead of that of any previous
venr. It was handled systematically
by Mr. M. F, Poter. Tho best ropre
icntatlon in this section was th3 bl
cj lo float ot J. RodrlguPs and C, G
Iiland, which represented tho yacht
Hawaii. Following ore some of the
bicycle entries: Prank Menwar, Ej
L. Hutchinson, II. Chilton, John
Moses, A. sKcono, K". Sato, Ogata,
Yoshlgawa, M. Takahashl.
other cntrlea, honor
able mention must bo made ot tho
decorated car of Mrs. J. M. DnvFct:,
that of Ml V, Prosscr, tho Pnclllc
Club, tho Portuguese residents.
These wcro very effcctlvo and :o
celvcd much favorable comment by
the thousands who lined either sldo
of the, route.
'the Kedeinl foal wns most Im
posing and was drawn by four hand
some horses. This was entitled,
"Pntrla," and represented every
branch ot tho servlie. Standing on
either sldo were beautiful joung
women dressed In white who repto
sented agriculture, tho varied Indus
tries, commeico, and law. In front,
und on the rlght-hnnd side ot tho
float, stood a soldier In full uni
form, while on the left was a sail
or, also in uniform.
Ilie Outilggcr Club was .repre
sented by one floit. This depleted
, Pt.ll . MJ WIIV IIU til U1Q UVIUIilVII
nn outrgger c(noe upo tho,cregt
ot a breaking wave, whllo that
of tho Hawaiian Athletic Club
a number of Hawallans In canoeing
costume; With paddles ready to
guide and propel their crntt, thin
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tho greatest praise, which speaks
woll for all those.who hnvo Interest
ed themselves to make this entry
! worthy of the club it represented.
BRITISH FLOAT 'WAS
A THING OF BEAUTY
The Brltlshil'loat as anticipated was
magnificent nnd greatly admired by
the thousands who lined both siiioj
of tho routo nf mirch. It was emble
matical of Great Britain and the Col
rnlos, Tho center figure lepiesonted
Biltannln In hor characteristic garb
and holding n tiidcnt and testing up
on a shield. At her feet sat a Hun,
denoting strength of 'the L'raplic. But
annla was rorropentod by Mtsa Kath
leen Walkor, who looked regil and
pUye l her part' well.
Grouped around Britannia wcro tov
en pretty girls lepiesoiitlng tho Col-
onlec. Theso wcro ns fillowa: Dor
othy Winter, tho East Indlo ; Gladys
Trout, Now Zoahnd; Dorothy Walltc.',
Australia; Mary Walkei, Canada; An
nlo Sschs, IiUla; riorenca IJavls.
West Indies; Jeannttto McLnln, Soatfi
Groat Britain was ropiosented as
follows: R, J. Buthly, Kngland; Scot
laud Bob Andorson: Ii eland. Kntii.
rj Icen McTlghe; Wales, nion Williams.
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of Johnny Bull well and wna applaud
ed nt all tho vantago points It would
bo Imposslblo to say which of tho girls
looked tho best or acted her rart most
fittingly. A1J looked radiant and nil
wcro pretty representatives of tho
dear old homeland,
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