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'l. " ' 12 " EVENING IlULUrrtN', H0N0MJM7.T. I!., WEDNESDAY, DnC. 21. 101O
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EVENING IlULI.CTIN, IIONOMJM'.T. H., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21. 1010
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Chinese Grass Rugs
Chinese and Japanese Matting
Special Discounts !
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177 S. King Street LEWERS & COOKE, LTD., 177 S. King Street
FAIR VISITOR A
So the San Francisco Exam
". iner Says of Society Girl
Nnw In Honolulu.
,' Honolulu lias In lis midst n San
j rranclKa fcoelety girl hailed In tha
, U 'tiolden (late city ns a Rroatcr dancer
3f Jhan tlio supposedly peerless Pav-
'lowa, the sens.itli n il Husslan terpsl-
cliorcan enchaiitrcs. The San Frnn-
'cIsco Blrl Is Miss Enid OrcgBi who
f Is a guest o( Major and Mrs. Dunning
fof Iirt Shatter.
, Here la what the San Francisco
, Jlxnmlner said of Miss Gregg a few
' Mis Enid Gregg Is more beautiful
t nnd moro graceful thnn Pavlowa."
' 'So declares Dr. Arnold Gcntho.
" It was only last Sunday that tiro
t hrongs stood In line awaiting a
chance to get Into the Valencia The
- ftftMcr for a farewell glimpse of tho rtL
K vine Husslan. And then came the
Wi people of society, who harked hack
i to the KIrmess and recalled the dash-
flP ng daliclng nnd poses of Emll Kehr-
leln nnd Miss Enid Gregg.
'On that occasion Miss Gregg np
peared as a ballet dancer, and she.
tlnated nbout na light as thistle down,
rivaling Ilurke's famous description
nT'Marlo Antoinette In that her feet
Bcarcely seemed to touch tho earth.
"-Every eye followed her during tho
, time she was on the stage; every
lTnnd applauded, and cen the gener-
' ally envious women were enraptured.
The plqunnte, daring. Incomparable
oung girl was the talk and success
Of tho occasion, nnd It was recalled
(tlCat Larry Harris, the famous wit,
SmYd said, In seeing her on another
arWtThon. when the KIrmess chat was
tat, Its freshest, along came Pavlowa.
Rhn rntinht the fnnrv of corv one.
filio" held her audiences rapt, spell
"bound. When she sulked, all sulked.
.When Bhe took up the turkoy-trot It
........ ...nm n ..Innn I. n nanrn ilnnnA
lIUM llillll .. IMlltV fil . .,.(,. M ....bw
I hall to a position unilcr tho urouueBi
t slippers In tho proudest homes.
Naturally, men nnd women picked
kup the question:
"Is our glorious amateur as beau
tiful and graceful as the most famous
Kpf all the professionals?"
Up nnd down back and forth, wont
it he debnto. It was tho topic of tea
'tables and dinners and ballrooms.
nk n.l I.An n A irtlil Hantlin nal.'(fl
Miss Gegg to go through her danca
nnd her poses before his camera. It
was after he had snapped her both
alone nnd with Kchrlcin, her partner
nt tlti. lvlrmnaa Hint lin pnvn nnt lilfl
... ..... ............. ...... .... o "-
"Miss Gregg Is n more graceful
and more beautiful dancer thnn l'av
lown. She has the advantage fiitl.
and chic. I conrldcr her n marvel of
liRhtsot.'Hcss, and her natural grncu
Is such that were she to go on tho
ttage sho would create n world furor.
Even the nmatcur opportunities of
tho KIrmess gave n gllmpso of what
sho would bo amid the perfected
lighting nnd musical accessories of n
professional debut, lleally. my nil
mlrntlon for her charm Is beyond my
power of description."
And now Miss Gregg has gono
away to Honolulu, nnd has laughing,
ly told her girl friends that sho will
perfect herself In tho hula for their
particular amusement when the en
vious men aro far awny.
DR. COOK'S STORY
NO GREAT BAIT
NEW YORK, Dec. 1. Dr. Fred-1
erlck A. Cook, who now confesses
that he loes not khow whether ho
reached the North l'ole or not, had
no easy task In disposing of what
he des-rlbcs as "The Story of Cook's
Trip to tho North Pole," according
to reports reaching New York from
London. Tho Urnoklyn explorer. It
la stated, Is living In seclusion In nn
obscure hoardlng.house In Illooms
bury, n London suburb, nnd there
wrote tho story which ho hopes will
restore him to n degrco of favor In
It appears that for weeks Dr.
Cook, eager to return to his homo III
Urnoklyn, sought through n literary
bureau to Bell his latest Btory to Lou
don magazine publishers. One thou.
Band dollars. It was Bald, was asked
for the story, which tho London edit
ors declined to accept.
It was learned todav that Dr.
Cook was In the United States toarly
In November, nnd came here to con
clude tho arrangements with n nag
nlno for tho publication of his story.
Ho canio by way of Canada, and met
tho publishers nt Troy, N. Y. Aftet
concluding tho arrangements for tha
publishing of his confession, Dr.
Cook returned to Europe,
The publisher said Dr. Cook was
In nnd around Troy nnd roughkeop
sle for approximately two weeks, Ha
took automobile rides every day and
never wore any disguise or made nnj
effort to hldo his Identity other than
to use an assumed name.
Get Ready for the
by having your
Rugs and Window
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Special Attention Given to this Class'of Work
Construction of Dreadnought
New York Stopped Be
cause of Expense.
NEW YOltK, Dec 12. It looks ns
If the Empire stnto will havo to wait
many years fur Its Dreadnought
At tho Now York navy yard, wboro
I tho Greater Now York was to hao
been built, orders hnvo been received
to discontinue work until congress
nnd the nnvy department consider
tho grave complications which hnvo
urlsen In regard to tho construction
of tho battleship.
It Is found that owing to tho high
cost of labor In this vicinity nnd to
the restrictions or tho eight hour law,
which nppllcs to government nnvy
yaids, the vessel, which wns appor
tioned to tho New York yard, can not
bo built for less than $7,r,00,u00, or
$l,r00,000 moro than tho authorized
Inter-Island and 0. It. & L Shipping
brn-ks for salo it the Bulletin
ifflee, SOo each
Laundry Work in All Its Branches
Done in the very best manner. Every piece ster
ilized and inspected before it leaves the laundry
FAMILY WASHING AT SPECIAL RATES
Sanitary Steam Laundry
WHAT A BABY IS
Stato of California Has Esti
mated Money Value of
SACUAMENTO, Dec. 12. Tho
(omiuerclnl wiluu or babies Is mndo
the topic of nn nrtlrlo In tho bulletin
or the Stato board or health Issued to.
day. An cstimato shows tho a crape,
cost or tho upbringing or a baby
fiom birth to 20 je.ua Is $lli0, and
his nvorngo commercial value nt that
tlmo Is $4000. Theso figures nro
hated on tho net earning capacity of
the nvorngo citizen,
It Is estimated tho nvorngo man at
30 Is wmth $10,000 $4000 vnluo
plus $12,000 gross earnings nnd has
cos,t $10,150 Tor growth and mainte
nance, or n net gnln or $5850' In 30
.eara. Tho labor clement in the
I Stnto roprohonts $0,895,000,000, or
I approximately twlco tho total valuo
or all other sources or our wealth.
The Stato Is losing through pre
! vcntnble nnd postponnb'o deaths cx
I pomllturos for Illness nnd tho'liko
Maunakea Street, lletwccti Hotel anil
" I'aunhl Streets
8:15 P. M. Sharp
JOE McOUnN vs. JIM H0A0
Of San Francisco Of Honolulu
bauehsocks vs. , fink
or Lvllchun Of Camp Very
young: gans vs. sarcone
Of Honolulu Of Camp Very
General Admission, 50o; Re:ervcd
Seats. $1: Rine.Side, $2.
Scats on Salo nt Kltzpatrlck Ilros.,
Hotel and Union Streets.
(Management J. T. Scully)
Instant Success of New Playhouse!
CUOWDS TUHNED AWAY
Same Performances Again Tonight
Harmony Singers nnd Fancy Dancers,
featuring their own original Acro
batic Dances which took tho house by
2185 ciIUorI.il rooms 22.1G
business nfllrc. These nro the tele
illume numbers of th II n I lot In.
THE GREAT SNOOK
(Formerly of Kolb nnd Dill)
Assisted bv CLEOPATRA DUNN
Presenting tho llurlcsiiuo Spiritualis
tic Scanco Entitled
"A TRIP TO SP00KVILLE"
During his engngemont tho (Ireat
Snook will duplicate Iloudlnt's Act
Escaping from IlnndculTs, Straight
Jackets nnd will Impersonate Har
Operatic Mczzo-Soprano In High Clann
1 Snccial Display of New
Movine Pictures ,
The Emplro Is ontlrely rcmndcleil
stngo enlarged; lilted with opera
New Orchestra under the direction of
P0PULARr PRICES. . ..10c,15c, 25o
To Those Who Give Christmas Presents
covered with Holly and Christ
mas Berry designs and lined
with watered paper.
All sizes and shapes.
Ready to put the present in.
Paper & Envelopes
of different grades and sizes
in exquisite loxcs.
many different grades but
each an acceptable present.
FESTOONS and CHRISTMAS
BELLS, HOLLY and MIS
DECORATIONS for the
HOUSE and TABLE for the
and Christmas Cards in won
GIFTS for your men friends.
We have any number of art
icles that will please the men.
PICTURES for the Den, the
Boudoir and College Room.
to secure the Christmas pack
age. Santa Claus and Holly
for tying packages.
HAWAIIAN - NEWS - COMPANY, - LIMITED.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
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