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"SHIRLEY PRESIDENT" SUSPENDERS
arc Ihs only su pcmlcra made with the sliding cord in the back,
winch install' ly r :ond3 o every
ni3vcnientof.'i:b'J-' .:Jr cvei-ill
strain on tl j shri.dcn tad trouscr
buttom. This nukes " Shirley Pres
ident" Susiisnders not or'y the most
comfortable, bat thsno.t durable.
Ask your dealer tor the "Ghirlcy
PresiJent" Sjspender the Rnuine
has"Shirley Presid:nt"on the buckle.
T!e C. A. Edoarton Manufacturinrj Co.
SHtRLCV, MASS..U.S A.
fHFRS l. . i
- Every pair J- I
I ' I
UP Avoid U I
A Inlcrlor A I
W Imitations W
SELECT, ATTRACT VE CHINESE EJIEROIDERED PAT
TER1JS have been iccivetl j.tst in time to put on display
fcr tlie holiday trade. 7c lel.evc you will agree with our
buer that these are the mest attractive goods ever shown
here. The GRASS IINEN and SILK EMBROIDERED
GOODS arc DRESS SUITS end SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS,
and TABLE COVERS and CENTER PIECES.
In the SILK O00DS rsiticulnily arc DOYLIES, FANS,
:id HANDBAOS cspe a'ly ajipromiatc for Christmas re-memhraiucs.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Conei Kinc and Bolliel Streets,
GIFTED ARTIST (RECITAL PROVES
BACK IN HAWAII TO BE BRILLIANT
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1. l'a, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
A KKMOVAIIU: POWHlt PLANT; Hardened Steel 11USI1IN03 In
every working part, HMttltnF.NCY CONDENSING ClIAMItKIt; POSI
TIVK MECHANICAL Oiling Ssteni
HONOLULU POWER WAOON CO., Agents W M MINTON. Mrt.
Phone 21GG 875 South S.reet. Near King
TAKE TIME TO SEE
OU.l LINE OF
Toys, Toilet Sets, and
CHOICE STOJK OF HATS AND SHOES '
WAH YING CHONG CO,
King Strc-t, Next to Fhhmarkct
ART GLASS DOMES
Specially Selected for the Holiday Trade
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Theodore Wores Here Alter
Absence of Years Will
Theodore Wines, nr'.lRt, 'ellor of
tn'os thiougli Hip power unci delicacy
of his girted brush, Id back In ll.iw.ill.
Eight j oui h Him Mr Win pi came to
the Islands 111 Ills never-ending quest
nt Ilin linu flin lilctlll (tlllln. till, r. Hie
ing ! U mill color anil beauty. A
1'lvsros III tli lU'lil of art, lie litis l
u utt.li.rf ! fii.ir tlin vwirld. H.plntr with
thu eyes or a painter subjects anil ob
Jttts Hint would esiupo niijoiiu else.
I 'i 1)111 till) IlKIVWI III ll-lllllkl'IH of Sll-
fill... ,11 fill. I.fl i ll.ll IlKI it tliu lulrtili.
..... ... ....j r.....i. . .. ... ... ,-...,... j
grapo 111 nnilolit Spain, lie has taken'
tjpci ami tiaiiHlprii'il tlicm to cim-
, ti , ultli i, ill Inn. ithv unit n tnnhtilp.it
pcifoctiuu that has wu.i him rocognl
tlun all out the world Mr Woros
In iu iiiih li fit lintiln In l.ri,iilMti nu It,
Npw Virk, or In New .nrk as In his
iitknotvledgi'd liotuc, San I'luncisco.
Now afliT eight )c.irs of nbsoncp '
from Hip islands, liu Is back Tor n '
vblt TIiIh lime lie brings a brlilp j
Tht were innrrUtl tlnpo wevKs ano
In Kan rr.mclsio, ami Mr. Worcs'
lnoiixht lid Iii'ic In kpu the kcciips
ami ppoplp lio fiscd to paint. I
Klnci h let t livrp, thu artlHl linn'
Kpi'iit n laruu part nt IiIh IIiiiu In the
United Hates, iIioiikIi with his usual
thliht lor MimlcrlnK, he luniln a trip
In Spain nnil palntfil mhiip of thu
Hpleiullil Hipi.pi tit (ticliaila lie has
Ipii ilrali of thp liiHtlliitp or Alls In
San rraiuhico fur llirco pais. Tlin
luutltuiu is ullllialt'il with thu I'r.hcrj
Itj of California
An pxhlhltliiii or Mr Wor-n' uplcli
illtl paintings will lit, kImmi at tho
oiiiik Molt'l lieKlnnliiK next Tupsibiy.
Fori cniiMiFUH will hu Iuiiik. a Ktimp
til pin Hulls, u Kioup of Spanish
kcciips ami a Kioup of Soiilh Spa
hcoiips ami tjpes On Monday nlslit,
lipforr tic fiirmal iiponlliK, thp p.ui
afa will lip mi prlialp k t In
iltpil Riipsts TIip phlliltlon Is tn con
tinue fur two works ami In under the
niifpltps at the KILjluuuj.J.'rr Iubuo.
Ml. Worcs Is peihaps host known as
a painter ol the Japanosu ami or Jap
iiiiP8e Ilfp Ills excellence In this Is
icriiKiilzetl unheisally Mo Is a Rlrtocl
writer as wl ns painter ami his
Kkolthes or tlio people he has lsllecl
haiu appoarcil in keieral of ilio most
iiiilhnrltalhti Aniorlcau tniiKiirlnvii.
WHAT CRESSY SAYS
ABOUT THIS CITY
Noted "Vaudevillian" Pays
Glowing Tribute to Pleas
ures of Life Hero,
ill M c'ipk-k), one of tho IHglitpRt
if tin hi,- O pheiiin oh mil's viuiilt
Ulle Flars, wIipio ho "works In
ilouhlp" with 1 1 In ii be l)ne, has writ
leu to a friend In Honolulu a letter
that contains a tribute In Honolulu
woith iPiiioinberllii?. Cri'Rsy was
bore a jpai ami ami never forgot bis
lclt lln f;i)
Honolulu ctlll lemaliis Ilio one
i-'I'iil on earth that Is loiitlnually
(allliiR ns back, wo art) nouiadt,
w.imlerlliK about mer the f.uo of
the eaith, eier rettlprs, ever wlllliiR
ami anxious to moc on; o are al
ways glad to get lo pla os ami Just
as Khul In leave them. Hut the out)
ami onlj spot wo want lo ko back to
Is that Cod lile.-FOd little wart of
t oral of joins, htleklliK up mi pertly
nut of the sea. And wo mo contlu
uallj planning, .weeks, uiouths and
jpiis ahead, to fo arraiiKn our trnv
pIIiir that wo can "innio back." Wo
don't Just Miow how-, nor from which
direction, wo hliall come to joii, hut J
within Hip next two or tlileo jears
ive shall come.
as Rood as was ever made on a farm better than the aver
npe sold heie.
ASK FOR THE AUSTRALIAN.
We have some fresh fish. Ask for it.
SOLE, SALMON, TOM COD, ROCK COD, HADDOCK.
The Hawaiian hand will play this
PM'iiliiK at Aula I'ark at t:'M o'clock
March The Pico I.auco Sousa
Oieuilie The Monk's llrpain.Safioul
rimilo -Tho IIiiKueuotH Mejcrhoor
Knhukii and Wnlniea llerRor
Vocal- Hawaiian holies ar by IleiKor
lnleinipo The (IIkkIpis IIiiIiips
llallad Kiiiilolnnl . Scott-N'iau
Mai eh -The Spiilt of l.lljeily Sousa
Tho Star Spangled Manner
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Pioprietors
IS THE ONLY EMULSION
If thoro was any other
Emulsion as good as SCOTT'S,
SCOTT'S would not be the
only ono Imitated.
Fop thlrty-flvo years It has
boon tho standard remedy for
Cough-t, Colds, L.oss of
Flesh, Anemia, UronchllU
Do aur. to gel SCOTT'Si T.rr
bottle of It la guaranttcd and backed by
a worU'wId reputation.
Violinist and Sinrjer Appear
A lnlliilst tn splendid nblllty and
u Linger with n Miloo of rate beauty
tomblucd last -ilfiht to liial.o the re
turn ol Mrs Aithur DuideltP IhkiiIIs
from tier studior abioad imp of tho
iniMt notable mid ploiirnnt musical
events of the par After months of
work In Kiiropo Mrs. Inalls camo
back to bIvp the tcprescnlatlvo nudl
piipo that coinfoitiibly llllod tho Ha
waiian Opel a lloiiso piobably tho best
loll n pciloiinatico lliiit Honolulu lias
lipard. Ii was a return that amply
Justified all that had boon said of her
locally and on the mainland and tn
plow) tho wisdom of her choice of
teachers while away
Mrs lillt) Harris Allen, coloratura
soptiimi, and Mlts Hlsc Wcrthmiillcr,
accompanist, assisting Mrs. Ingalls,
scored a triumph r.t her debut locally,
and Miss ;1ko Wertlitnuller, accom
panist, went through a remarkably
tr)ing progiam nbl
Mrs. Ingalls Is a consiiinmnio mis
tress of that Jealous Instrument, tho
violin. HeV jieifoi malice Is at olico
Ktnttllug mid reassuring I'aultless
of technique, with a Hashing bril
liance, like ii diamond in execution,
Mho can cell) gain the admiration of
her audience Ij sheer power over thu
delicate strings She hud few man
nerisms whoa she went away and she
lias not pltkod up any. Few violinists
take the work as coolly as Mrs. In
galls, hut It docs not follow that she
loses unythlng Her bowing Is excel
lent, and the program sho gave last
night was varied enough to bilng out
any technical ll.iws If sho has them
but nppurenti) sho has not.
Mrs. Ingalls offered to tho nmllenco
things that would sttlke. tho most
critical fanc, from thu Involved con
certo to the dainty, simple Handel pre
lude, tho tquder "llorcouso Slave," by
Xurilda, and a broadly Jovial Dutch
danco by Dlttersdorf, with its clack
ing of wooden shoes woven Into tint
tliemo. As might have boon expected,
the nioro popular pieces woro given
tho most piolonged applause, but vlo-llu-lovcrs
appreciated best those
which called roith nil her powers.
The vocal part of the concert was
a delightful surprise to the audience,
liitrodurliifi Mrs. Hlley Harris Allen,
a newcomer who niado her Initial
bow to the music-loving public. She
pt.FsesBps a contralto soprano vol e
of much fiweelliess and power, ami
her selections last evening woie ones
that cllsi'aod very beautiful vu al
qualities. .Mrs. Allen handled tho
tliflltult tilngs vvitli perfect east, and
In the simpler pongs, that formed tho
first part of (he piogram, the purity
or hoi upper register was pDltlcular
ly noticeable. Tills girted artlpt ap
pealed tour times In n piogiam of
nine numbers, and responded to the
on.nies that wore onlliuslastlcnlly
acci rdoil her. In splto of thu uu
utual demands made nu her vocal
poweiF, her singing In the l.isl num
ber, Mo7.irt'H "Aria from the Magic
Flute," was the illmax of her ef
forts, and thu unusual freshness and
range of her volo was maivoloiis.
Theie has never been an aitJht that
lias boon received more pntliuilnstlc
allj In Honolulu and she Is a dlfllirt
addition to tho musical cnltmy.
Tho program was as follows:
Sonala (known us tho 'DovII'h
Trill") Tartlnl (1713) Andantu
TciiipO Uiistn I-irgo I'lna'e.
(u) "Song of May"
Margaret Itutlivoii Umg
(b) "June" Mrs. 11. II. A Hunch
CducciIo In I) Minor llrucli
(a) "rourquol?" (Why?) ..Chiiiiilnauo
(Ii) "I've Seen the Swallows I'ass'.
(a) I'reludo Handel
(Ii) "Ilorceuso Slnvo" Noiiida
(c) Iliimiirosquo (by request). Dvoiak
(tl) "Swan" Salnt-Saens
(d) "Dmitscher Tanz" ... .Dlltersdoif
"Queen of tho Night," from "Tho
Maglo Pluto" Mozart tlTSO)
Hondo Caprlccloso Saint Sams
Association Meeting Is Very
Profitable and Outsiders
irliM-euil Hut lei I n IVrnspoiiibiKP.)
WAH.UKU, Maul, Nov. 2(J. 'Ilio
annual meeting in the Maul Teach
o i' Association wn.t hi hi at tho Will
III ill I'libllc hcoliol )uslviil,ty. Thou
were Ihli j-llvo leaohuis picsunl. Ow
ing to (ho bieakdovvu of l'liuclpal
Macdonald's machine, tho l.nhalna
tcnthtrs woro not present. The moot
ing Is dcehned to bo one of tho must
successful over given by Ilio Maul
leacheis In Ilio Interest of education.
Many vlsl'ois wuio alfo piesent who
took groat Intercut In what thoy saw,
and wpio iiiade heller Judges of tho
excellent work now being can led on
In this ciiiiity by Ilio Icachcrs for tho
benefit of tho ihlldien. Thoro woro
dcmons'iallvc class work In phonic
reading and story lolling. 'Ilio fol
lowing program was carried out vt ry
Roll Call. '
Singing Aiiipi lea Teachers
Addicss Tho nillcioncy of tho I
Schools Mr. Copuliud
Class Doinonstratloii--Slory Woik In
nindes III ami IV Mrs. Austin
Class Demonstration Oral Number
Work, (Irndos III and IV I
Miss Ci Ideal d
Class DomonMrnllnii Heading, I
Crudes III and IV Mrs. Wells'
Claps noiutinHti.it inn Phonics,
(Undo II Miss Hclmltz
Hiiiiie Oeography .Miss I'lcmliig
Island (icfigraphy .Miss Crozler
Map Modeling Mr, Iliowu
The olHoprs for tho ensuing )oar
aio ns follows: i
I'loshlPiit, Mrs, I'iiirn Saboyj Vice
Prcsldon, Mr. P. W. Ilaidy; Socio-'
tnry and Tionsuior, Mr. M. Drown.
During the sesslnn soino of tho (pa
oliprs wpio In favor of discontinuing
tho teachers' convention liecnuso they
aio not allowed to hold the snmo on
school days, but belter Judgment pre
vailed whrn tho bollltig ones wero ro '
minded Hint Ilio teachers wero tho
only ones In Ilio employ of the gov
ernment given seven weeks vacation1
every par IipsMps the Saturdays all
tn themselves throughout the year.
Whitney & Ma
1 1 1 if ii1 in iMUii Mmm
Are Now on Display
Just in from Paris,
A Handsome Assortment
CHILD IS URGED
Grand Jury of Hawaii Would
IIII.O, .Nov. 2S.--Thu giand Jurj
tunpletotl Its w oik latt week, after
having worked from Monday until
Satiuday morning. On Tuesday a
p.utlal repoit was filed, and on Sat i
unlay morning the dual leport was
made and the giand Jurors tllscharg
Tho partial report was ns fol
"We. tlio grand Jurors, beg leavo
to report that wo havo Investigated
exhaustively tho circumstances sur.
rounding one of tho (uses committed
to us and wo find that that portion
of the chargo made to us by Your
lienor coveilng Juvcnllo cases Is
"Wo thcreforo rorommend that tho
Legislature of the Territory of Ha
waii he requested to enact laws cov
eilng the following:
"That vvliero tho parents of a de
pendent or delinquent child aio nt
r ml t and such child Is placed in
tlio custody of nnnther, that said
parents ho made to pay for the caro
of said child and further, that said
parents ho punished by lino or Imprisonment."
FOR THIS MAN
Wa'illanl, n Hawaiian, was ai
ralgned l.ei'oie Judge l.ymer tbU
liioiulng Uioi i cjiuign of dliinkeu
lies, i Without consulting tho fain
oi's "filing casp," contnllilng thu lee-
ords of Honolulu ex- anks, which had!
been Installed by his prodeepisor, '
Judge Andiude, tho court Impost d a !
lino of five dollais and costs I
An Inspection ol tho caul that hole I
thu name of Wahllanl showed that ho
had bn 'ii bofoie thu Pollen t'ouit on
an oven dozen previous occasions and
arialgned upon tho same old charge,
lildge I.ymcr then I cupelled the ciisu,
losclnded his loimel' tit liufnn ami
sentenced Wiihllani to sixty days at
the city ami county basilic,
WILL BE INSPECTED
(Hptfl.il Ilullotln CcTiosiioniUiicc.)
HI 1.0, Nov. 1!S Caplaln KoLer of
the local coiup.ui) of thu National
Ctiard, has been notified that Lieu
tenant Pardee, U. S. A., Is coming
fitim Honolulu next week tn Inspect
tho lumpuuy and award piles Tho
Inspection will take place on Thurs
day, December Sf,
Tho local company went through n
regular Inspection last Pchrunry, but
tlio renin t or tho Inspecting olllcor wan
not at copied by tho authorities, and
for this rea on no pilzos worn itvvnid
ed. Tho Inspection nu December R
will lake the place of tho ono which
went for nothing, and Lieutenant
I'm den Is taking tho prl?os vvitli bliu,
so the gallant dcfcntlern of llllo will
he sine of lauding them this lime
itch iii:mi:u:i at o.n:.
That teirlhlo llth disappears, with
tlin PlltST DHOPS of I). D. 1). Pro
hcilptlon. It kills all skin disease
genus lustuntly A soothing, healing
Inllon, used nxtoimitly only. Hono
lulu Drug Co.
Our TOYS have arrived and
will be included in our Retir
We also include Mirrors,
Show-Cases, Fixtures, Forms,
etc.; Toilet Sbaps, Powder,
Sheets, Pillow Cases, Corsets,
Ladies' Underwear, Shirt
Waists, Skirts, Rain Coats,
Towels, Blankets, Comforters,
Dress Goods, Table Covers,
Kimonas, Children's Dresses,
Ladies' Dresses, Ribbons,
Laces, Embroideries, Hand
Bags, Veils, Veiling, Combs,
Pins, Millinery, Ornaments,
THEY MUST BE SOLD
Wednesday, Nov. 23
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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