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nvnsiNa nuu.nTiN, Honolulu, t. ii., Saturday one. a, 1010.
Big Redactions la Ail
For Orie Week Only
Original ccst and present value entirely disregarded,
are a few bf 'the many bargains: '
LADIES' CRAVENETIE COATS
Former l'rlcca, , ..$15.00 $17.50 $18.50 $20.00 $25.00
Reduced to'. 9.00 11.50 12.50 13.50 15.00
LADIES RUBBERIZED COATS
Formor Prices, v $12.50 $15.00 $17.50 $16.50
Reduced to 7.60 0.00 10.50 10.00
' LADIES' PONGEE AND CLOTH COATS
Former Prices $10.50 $18.00
Reduced id 0.00 11.00
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
1'ormor Prices;. $5.00 $0.50 $7.60 $9.00 $10.50 $12.50
Reduced to.... 3.75 4.90 5.75 G.50 7.75 9.25
LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES
Former Prices.. $5.00 G.50 $8.00 $!t.CO $12.50 $14.00
Reduced to;. . . . 3.50 5.00 C.C0 50' 7.50 8.50
LADIES' MESSALINE DRESSES
l'ormcr Prices $25.00 $10.00
Ecduced to 18.00 21.00
Piirmor Prices $1.75 $2.00 $2i25 $2.50 $3.00
Reduced to 1.23 1.50 1.75 1.00 2.25
GIRLS' DRESSES, Wliitc and Colored BIG REDUCTION
FORT STREET. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Miulo from whole Ila-
w.'ilian Pineapples and
tho best refined cano
At all Soda Fountains
Arctic Scda Water
Pinectar Sales Co., Ltd,
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ABE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1G97 EIITE BUILDING
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., Sataf Francisco'
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co;
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QUINNELL AUTOMATIC SFIUNICiEK)
rfeuiriari Clock C6.
Royal Standard. Typewriter
An oil en & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
HE HAWAIIAN FISHERY has control of the fisheries at
Haia and Kalao and will prosecute all persons found
fishing in these reserves. .
riiuuit 2m, 4
,..' HAWAIIAN' FISHERY, LTD.
) j& Kino Street Market.
(Continued from Pace 1)
i. Solo, "Tho Virgin Lullaby"
Mrs. C. 8. Weight
S. Anlhcm, "TherO Wero Shep-
Ileitis" ciias. Vincent
"Tho Story." Tills Will bo Inter
spersed In tho mtiMcal program and
will Includo tho following:
1. Tho Promise.
2. Tho announcement.
3. Tho Illrlh of tho Kins.
4. Tho Shepherds'.
Mr. lngall Introduces tho ovcnlng
iirum-ani wmi a prelutlo on Christmas
memos by Morkel.
Tho Central Union Church choir.
who present nn elaborate musical pro
gram at ucntrnl Union Church tomor
row evening under tho general title.
ine mrtit or Jesus In Song and
Story," Is n's follows:
Mr. Stanley Livingston, director;
Mr. Arthur Durdctto Ingalls; organ-
Mrs. niley Harris Allen.
Miss Bertha Komp.
Clins. S. Weight.
Mrs. Chester J. Hunn.
Philip C. Hall.
Mr. Arthur V. Hall.
Mr. Oco. A. nrown:
Mr. Chester1 Livingston.
Christian Church, Alakea and King
oiuiiiur nunc scnooi, y.MS n. m.
v. ii. Hall, superintendent. Quarter
ly review; "Decision day."
Morning service, 11:00 a. m.
Pleaching by W. D. Wostcrvolt, "Tho
Sloan Chapel, Kownlo, 3:00 p. m
niblo school; i:iy Snyder, suporlri
(eiidcnt. International lesson rovlow.
Christmas exercises 7:00 p .m. Mon
Kvcntng services Y. P. 8. C. E.,
0:30 p. nt. Leaders, Mr, McNamar'ra
and Mis Evelyn Mahoo. Tho young
Iicopio win iiavo chargo and special
sort Ices for tho evening.
uirlslmas exercises for tho Illblo
school will ho held on Thursday 6t.
cnlng. December 29th.
Btrnngers and visitors In' tho city
nro cormaily Invited to theso meet
M. Andrew's Cathedral will be
beautifully decorated In groon and
red, polnscttlds b6lug used.
Tho services will bo as follows:
Sunday At COO a. m. Celebration
or tho Holy Communion. The Ilev.
Frank A. Sailor will bo tho celebrant
assisted by tho rtov. Leopold Kroll,
At 7:00 n. m., tho" Rov. Canoli An)',
will ofriclnto at a second celebration
or (ho Holy EitCharlsr.
At 9:15 n. m., tho service will bo
In Hawaiian. Sicclal music has been
prcpaicd and this will bo ono of the
best nrranged Hawaiian services ever
hold In tho Cathedral. Tho rtov. I.oo.
pold Kroll will officiate and preach.
Tho Sunday School will moot at
10:00 a. m.
At 11:00 a. m., choral matins nnd a
celebration or tho Holy Communion
will bo tho services hold. Tho music
will be under tho direction or Hugo
Herzer; tho lltshop will bo the
In tho ovcuhiff tho services will ho
wholly choral nnd It Is expected that
tho Rov. Dr. Snlvcly, or Chicago, will
bo tho preacher.
At St. Peter's Church, tlio rtov. Dr.
Trow Will omelato at 7:00 tC rii. and
tho llev. A. U Hall at 11:00 a. m,
Dcglnnlng at 10 o'clock In tho
morning, special Sunday School quar
terly review will bo hold In this
church. Tlio various Sunday Schools
will bo In attendance. Tho services
will be taken up by classes, which
havo special features. A good musi
cal program has been arranged by
Mrs, Lillian Marshall will address
tho nuJIcnco. Miss Florence Yallow,
tho musical director, has prepared
special Christmas songs.
In tho evening tho tegular CIirl
tlnn Kndeavnr meeting will bo held.
Tliero will ho a celebration ot tho
Holy Communion In', St. Clement's
(liuri'h tomorrow at 7 a. m. and
again at tho 11 o'clock service.
The church has been beautifully
ilocoratod with lorig festoons of vlVI
jolo, potted plants nnd n profusion
of whlto and scarlet (lowers. Tho
rich whlto hangings nnd gleaming
bnir.sea of Iho chancel go to make
a truly oxqulsltn nnd churchly Inte
rior. Very flno music has been pre
pared for tho Christinas services. Tho
cololt.tR nro Minn Ward, Mrs. Winch
erloy, Miss Detro nnd Ciirznu Us
borne, Willi a choir of men, women
Kporth I.Cnr.iio, 0 30 p. in Mrr
II. H Smith, Lender.
Preaching service, 7,30 p. ni. llov,
II i:, Smith.
Hundny morning service will bo o'
' Christmas cliarnctcr. Pastor 11. K
Smith, preaching. Special iimihIc by
tho choir, with solo by Miss Kthcl
At tho evening service tho pastor
will preach nn Xmas sennon on the
"Utimanltlng Influences of Christ
Tho pastor and family are now re
siding In tho new parsonage, 1020 lie
rctanla avenuo on'poclto McKlnloy
Hl'yh School. Telephone No. 2033.
Upon' (lib Invention of the official
board or tho First M, K. Church' the
Chrlrftmiis oxcrclso of the Koicnn
Sunday school ,-ind ir.ivvorth League
will be held In their church (old)
corner tt Miller street nnd Hcrdtn-
nla avenno. this qvcnlng beginning n.
seven-. TIii'b bntlilln? Is to be pre
lerit'iM to tlfo Korean Methodists nn.l
removed to' their compound. Punch.
bcwl street liilhi'odlately after the de
dication of the new church, opposite
the High' School, Janinry 22'. Thd
public Is cordially Invited to iho
latter day saints, rcorgan
On Klgn street, near Knplnlanl.
At n:4.i n. m.. Sunday school- lesson
quarterly rovlow; 11 a. m.. morning
worship; C p. ni , Zlon's Hellglo Liter
nry Society lesson nn Parliamentary
t ractlsc, also musical and literary
program; 7:30 p. m evening wor
Phlp. Monday evening 7:30 p. m..
Chrlstnins entertainment to which all
Sunday school scholars and parents
and friends nro invited. Stranger
AT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Tho girls' In tho Industrial School
wero tho happy recipients of mariy
presents nnd several hours of pleas
ant Christmas entertainment Inst
night at Iho school In Palama. Tho
evening's entertainment consisted of
song's, recitations nnd a cantata,
Chrlstnins Orecn." Tlio girls mado n
very pretty presentation or greeni
and hotly In tho cantata.
The ten-year-old son or Mrs. dor
trudo Damon acted tho part of Santa
Clans and distributed tho gifts from
the Christmas Treo pent In by friends
of the girls. A present that was: much
nppicclated was a phonograph gtveh
as a' goncral' gift to all tho girls by
somA well wisher.
Following tho exercises W. T. Pope,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
addressed tho girls for a few mom
ents. Miss Stcrrllt. matron, or tho school
says that evening was ono or tho
most pleasant In tho history or tho
school, alio was greatly assisted In
arranging tttG program arid tho look
ing after other details by Mrs.
Schmidt tho teacher at tho Industrial
SPIRIT OF SEASON
Popular Price Suits
FIRST M. E. CHURCH.
Comer of Miller street and Hero
Inula incnuo, rtov. It. Klmcr Smith
Hundny school, 9:-l5 u. m. II, II,
PrnnrliliiK sorvleo, it: 00 n. in, It'jv.
II, I!. Hiullli.
(Continued front Pace 1)
7:30 o'clock to which all tho seamen
are cordially InVltc'd. On tho follow
ing day, vailous games and tourna
ments will bo enjoyed.
On December 31, at 8 p. m, thoro
will bo n social supper at 10 o'clock,
and a watch meeting service nt 11
On Now Year's Day. thoro being no
other arrangements mado for tho day.
tho directors will servo tea at B:30
and nt 7.30 o'clock In tho ovcnlng,
after the services.
At Kamehameha School.
At Kamehameha Itcv. Wm. n. Ole-
son will deliver tho Christmas Day
sermon In tho Kamehameha Chapel
tomorrow morning. In tho ovcnlng.
the time, will bo devoted' to listening
to Christmas stories. The program,
bdth niorrilng and ovcrilni& will bo
novel. During tho story tailing In tho
ovcnlng. Btcrcoptlcon lantern bIUIos
will bo bhown.
At Lunalllo Home.
Tho Inmates will he given a Christ
mas dinner on Sunday. No special
program has been arranged, and thtou
will bo no Hawaiian luau prepared
At tho Castle Home.
On Sunday, tho children wilt spend
their tlmo quietly at homo. Christ
nias stories will bo read to them by
tli6 teachers. On Monday oven I rig,
tho children will bo given n Christ
At Leahl Home,
t Clirstmas Day will bo qulotly ob
served. Tho nick will havo a Bpcclal
At Mid-Pacific Institute.
The students will hnvo special
Christmas Day exercises, Ttoth In tho
morning and ovcnlng services, tlio
llov. Frank Damon will speak.
At Kallhl Boyt' Home,
Chrlstnins Day will bo observed
hero quietly. In tho ovonlng n Christ
rims treo will bo tho mnln feature.
Presents nnd refreshments will bo
tho order of the day,
At the Japanese Christian Boarding
llov, K, Okiimurn, tho superintend
tni of tho school, Is making prcpara
tlous for tho entertainment of tho
boys on Christ inns Day, Tho usual
Sunday servlrcs will bo observed. On
Monday night, n special Christ miiH
program will bo' given In tho school
chapel. All pastors of other JnpanoMO
churches aro cordially Invited.
At Oahu Prison.
IIIkIi Sheriff Henry has arranged n
program and dinner,
IHESE StJITS are without
doubt one of our great
est bargains. We have been
building up a reputation on
therri, and wish emphatically
to state that the same pains
taking care, the same high
grade workmanship, and the
satisfaction to you that char
acterize our higher priced
suits will be incorporated in
the garments' at
av P FT B
In tho morning nt 10 o'clock, sjib
clnl services will bo hold, imdur tho
dlicctlou of Mr. John Martin nnd
Other rollgloun workers. Tho O. 1
uieo uinii will sing Christmas songs.
especially arranged for Iho occasion
In tho nftcrnoon. Father Valentin
vylll conduct tho services. Ho nls'j
At the Reform School.
Tho boys Will enjoy their Christ
mas Day with a feast and athletic
sports. They will havo dinner on
Sunday, nnd In tho evening, special
services will bo held In tho chapel'.
At Palama Settlement'.
Tonight, beginning nt 7 o'clock, tho
big Christmas treo will be brilliantly
lit, and tho children will bo welcomed
at tho door by Superintendent Roth
of tho Mission,. Mr. and Mrs. J, It.
Rath havo arranged everything for
tho comfort or tho youngsters. On
Sunday, tho children will nssemblo nt
tho settlement, whenco they will go
to attend tho services nt Central Un
ion Church, under tho caro or their
Sunday School teachers.
At Elizabeth's Mission.
On Sundny, Bpcclal Christmas ser
vices will be hold both In tho morn
ing and ovcnlng.
At Kaulkeolanl Children's Home,
This" aftornoon nt 2 o'cl6ck tlio Cd speaker's.
Christmas treo exercises wero held
In tho largo hull or tho hospital Pres
ents and gifts wcro given
tho children. Special Invitations havo
been Issued to' those children who
hnvA formerly been' In' tho hospital
After tho exercises, refreshments villi
bo served t lib' child rt.i and tho guests,
There nro about tw'enty.flv6 children
In the Homo now.
At Queen's Hospital.
On Monday night tho Christmas
tree, which will be loaded down with
good thlngi will bo lit, and the In
mates given presents. In tho morn
ing, n Hawaiian luau will bo served
tho aged patients. The nurses of tho
hospital will havo a special ChrUtmaS
danco some time next week.
At the Japanese Hospital.
Although attempts wore mad6 to
have n Christmas treo In this Institu
tion, tho management, nt tho last
moment decided to' suspend trie cele
bration or Christmas Day. until soniw.
time In tho rilture. It Is not custom-1
nry for tho Japaneso Hoinltnl to cc16
brato Christmas Day,
Tlio Salvation Army will celebrate
Christmas with a program tomorrow
night, when tho Christmas treo will
ho lit, presents distributed to tho
guest's, nnd addresses mado' hy Invll-
Chrlctmas nrCftontN thnt ran nnt .
bo bought wefd given out by Gov- J
"ul trl HMD IllUllllllfi, IU0 CllltJI
executive signing a number of pa-
froles and commutations-of sentence. '-"!
Kasnl Toyokl, serving a ten-year
Fontouco ror manslaughter, had his'
sentence reduced to nlno years. ' - V
V. Klehkano, serving a life son--R
Ltence, had his sentence commuted to
twenty years. i -i
Simon Kama, who ha served tho
minimum period ot six months 'of
nn itndctermlnnto sentence, la pa-J"1
K. Hatsugorn, who has served tho
minimum period or eighteen months
or an undctormlnato sontence (or as
sault and battery. Is paroled. "''
I. Mlltrukli-lil linn hl nonfAtiM rn. "
duced from nlno to five years for f 1
. - .R.' 1
I.eo YoU's sentence for robbery In
tho first degree la reduced to fifteen
years. ' "
CANDY NOVELTIES for CHRISTMAS
We offer a stock of elegant
Others filled with delicious, CANDY and GlNTfiER'S FRMT GLACE. M
SUPERIOR PASTRY for CHRISTMAS. M
GERMAN. HONEY CAKE, PEPPERNUTS, MATZPAN, PlEi) and CAKESj
TREE ORNAMENTS, TINSEL AND BON BONS FROM PARIS.
Churches and Sunday Schools Supplies at wholesale prices.
One Vote Coupon for the big doll given with every 25-cent
cake1 or candy.
Remember tho Palm Test is "Tho Best,"
h A J:tiM