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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 25, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 9ATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1911.
FETE PLANS ARE
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is a day l family reunions. Willi a fat turkey as a piece
le resistance the family gathers 'round the table and in
dulges unreservedly in comradeship and the bounteous
This stor is prepared to provide nil the dainties
and delicacies that assure an ample, successful and
glorious least. NOTIi TIIIJSK ITKMS :
(Curtice Bros. "Pleasant Dreams" brand in glass jars.)
Plum Pudding Stuffed Mushrooms
Sweet Pickled Fruits Stuffed Dates
S;ilted Almonds Table Raisins
Brandied Fruits Lenhardt's Candies
California Fruits and Vegetables in season
Caley's Art Decoration Crackers or Bon Bons
Oysters Eastern or California Cocktail
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Tlio grounds of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral wilt present an animate,! scene,
next Wednesday, November 23 when
from 2 until 5 o'clock, tlio various
guilds will glvw a banket fete to wlilcli
their fi lends .tnd the general public
Tlieie will be music throughout the
ntternooii, the .Mux or having given tho
The grounds will lie decorated with
flairs of nil nniluns. Those attending
will enter through an avenue of flag.
Kach booth has been worked out an a
St, Andrew's aic to have n hie
overland lunch basket ioni the half-
raised llil one ma b" able to see that
the Inside of the bn-ket will tin tilled
with the choicest foods that the best
cooks In Honolulu can prepare. I
There will be Jellies, nlckles. mayon
naise, salted almonds, neat's, frnlis
and everything i.ilatali!e to be pro
cured In the markets, all put up u
dainty packnees. The delecatessen1
booth wl'l bo much sought alter. .Mrfl
ithur Wall Is chairman of thin
Knliibanv flnlld a I Knlmiikl lim
been busy for months getting pretty
IhlngB ready for a baby basket. Rv
ery aitlclo Is made perfectly and from
the bands of the best seamstresses.
In addition tri elntlitiif. for lttHniu.,,.
pie, tlieie will be all sortH of rlngH,
t till tut flt-t InlllU (111.1 llinrt tllllln llnn.ti. t
'vi. ill iiiho nil v:ni,t llllll lit ("111".
lor a baby's out lit. This booth Is It.
chnige of Mrs. Will . King.
Ht. Clement's tlulld are dressing
hundreds of the ptetllest dolls ever
brought to Itonotidu. The clothing Is
nil hand-made and can bo taken on
.'ml on Just as every little girl wishes
to do. There arc crmi.leto outfits tat'
dollies, so that one may find Just what
fcltu wants. Mrs. Win Thomson lina
charge of this booth.
St. Kllzabcth's at Palatini nrnwnrlt.
Ing out it tea basket. It will contain
I ico cakes, tea, Oriental things and
nlco a choice lot of paper floweis.
Mrs. K. II. Cousin mid Miss Mills are
superintending this booth.
St. I'ctor'8 ami Moilllli r)on-cl,r.
have united In a general basket, from
which food, toys, dolls, etc.,, may bo
lintl. Mrs. P. J. Kong has charge of
Threo guilds front outside Island
nro contributing Kona, llllo and I.a
linlnn. Tho articles contrlbuteil by
those guilds arihed by tho Mauna
rijou iHEATERll Whitney & Marsh,
DON'T MI83 TONIGHT'S
HUGHES MUSICAL COMEDY CO,
CIRI.'ATKST MUSICAL SUlVIISH Ol
Melody, Catchy, Songt and Dances,
Rollicking Humor and Fun from
Start to Finish
NEW SONQS NEW COSTUMES
Night Prices 15, 20 and 30 Cents
Saturday Matinee ... .15 and 20 Cents
It Pays to Be
IPA; these days, but you k
mmfJmW' must Have dressy
ml m Jlfv1 shoes. 24 new speci-
I WW ALL AMERICAS ted styles II
I " AD AIW-ATIOKTHEIEET" J
v Manufacturers' Shoe m
TA1 LOY COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS OF CHINESE JADE JEWELRY OOLD ArfD
OOltNKIt Nl'l'ANl! AND IIOTHI, . . PHONE 35(!2
PROGRAM FOR BIG INDIAN DURBAR
Tl.u program for the great Indian
I miliar has been given out, together
with that for the tour of the King
11ml Queen of (ile.it 111 Ituln. The
iluUpnl dates ale as follows:
I .'ii'iuher -.
Ijind at the Apollo llunder, being
Received theio by the Governor of
lliuuhay. I 'rem nl. 1 1 Ion of municipal
nddiesH, I'toci'sslon through the fort
and native city, with school children
mussed at vnrloita points, followed
bj visit to (iuveruiiient House. The
l.tiiets dceorated anil Illuminated at
ItecciuliiT I mid .".
Ilemaln In llumbay and visit the
Inhibition oT Old Bombay. AirUul
tub) of the (ioveruor-Cemiral mid
Lady llardlnge at Delhi.
Hepaituie for Delhi.
I!et ember 7.
l'ubllc holiday tlunuubout India
((lovernmunt olllces closed as far ua
practicable from 7th tu 12th Decem
Arrlwi! at Sollnigiiih Ilastlon Klu
(Ion in the I'oit; reception by thu
(lovcrnor-dcuerul and other high olll
clals. I'leseiitallon of ruling chletB,
about ir,u In number, In adjacent pie
llkin. I'loecsslon through principal
stieets of Delhi to the llldge, where
topresentntlves or Ilrltlsh India will
he assembled In a special pavilion;
address fiom them to be presented
by Vlce-I'iesldent of Viceregal I.cgls
Mui nlng Further visits from ruling
chiefs, Afternoon Ills Majesty las
memoilal stone of All-lndU King
IMward Memorial (cipicstrinn statue),
Mottling Kuither IsIIh from rul
Attend dlvlliu tteivlce.
The Klng-Kmperor presents colors
to tluee Ilrltlsh ami two Indian tegl
uieuts. Afternoon Final of polo
llcceiiilier 1'.' Die liar liar.
The Durbar, In an aieiin composed
of two amphitheaters, witnessed by
liio.iitio persons, After rerelvlng
hnui.iKo within Inner iimphltheater,
their Majesties wilt appear at royul
pavilion In center of arena, where
loyal proclamation will be read be
fore whole assemblage.
Aflei noon Final of hockey
lament for Indian Army.
i:enllig-Ktiile bamiuet in
Kmpcior'H camp, followed by recep
l'ubllc holiday throughout
Itoyal proclamation read In
town and village. Portrait of King
Kluperor exhibited on all (inwinmciit
and public buildings, which will be
Illuminated In the evening, llovul
vitiates fired tit all military stations.
Morning Itcceptloit of volunteer
(illlcers and native olllcers or the In
Afternoon (iaideii party In the
Kurt. Oreiit full- for tho people below
thu Poit walls, from which their
TMnJeatles will show themselves to
thu multitude. Historical exhibition
In the Miliutaz Mahal. Keedlng the
KvenliiB Illumination of the Kort
u nil pyrotechnic display on thu I'eln.
(Iraud review of the troops (up
wauls of r.O.tiou), occupying two and
n half hours.
Military tournament and point-to-point
Ilt'teiuhcr 17 mnl Snbxeqiiriit l)s.
Tim KOig-Kmpeior will shoot In
tho Nepul Tcrul (shooting boxes ttt
lilkinil Thorl und NargatugunJ): the
ljueen remains at jgrn.
I'Ir-t Week In .laniniry.
A levee will be held at dm eminent
House, 9:30 p. in,
(treat historical pageant to be wit
nessed by their Majesties.
Kiulurk for KnglniiU, landing at
0l)rnltiir on return Journey,
Arrival at Southampton.
WA1MJKU. Nov. 24. I.'11-t Sunday
thu Ihihi-IiiiII games were at Kaliiilul,1
the Kabululs winning fmm the Wnl
IiiKiis by a score of IB to 14, the win-1
neis Morlim ten In the last half or
the ninth Inning. The game lulween
the IMIns and Morning Stars Mood li
to I! In ravor of the former team, but
the lattir team has protested on tie-,
count of the I'.ilas playing AiiBiist Jo-
Isepli, a late Importation from Hono
lulu who hadn't been li resilient rnr tliu
thirty days miulred by tlio rules f
the Maul Atliletlc l.iugue. I
Monday Wedneiday Friday
NKW ACT.Il'ST FROM TIIH OUIIINT
Singing and Dancing Team
KXC'KPTIO.VAI.I.Y Cl.nVKU DUO OK
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Alleging extrinne cruelty Jnnqulim
Itndricues some time iilm aonllp.l rir
li tlhorce from C Itodrlgties. The de
cree was granted this morning.
S. Onoto has applied for a divorce
from V Onolo on the erniimlu if ,1...
scrtlon. Akl Oda on slmllnr grounds
has also applied for a ilhorce from
On the uroiinds of criieltv llnrv
Arnold Vasconselles has nppllcd for
divorce rrom John Vasconselles. The
papers wero tiled In the Circuit Court
The estate of tho late Clifford B.
I.hlngstoii has been sit In order by
Chester K. Livingston mid the papers
filed in tlio Circuit Court. The ad
ministrator charges himself with
$-rCS 2 1 and asks to bo allowed ?S(l..r,0.
tolden-Throated Singer, Whose Vote
Has Rare Quality and Quantity
Clair and Clinton
Englitli Singers, Monologuitti and
Just to hand, per Knterprse, a few
.in Ginghams, Zephyr, and Lawns,
There is just one ol each
(!i:OHGK DAVIKS returned on tho
Mauna Kea this morning from llllo.
II V. CAItllODV, of I'elsstocken,
Mass., has returned to his homo after
a long vacation trip.
i:.'fll.'KI0R JOHOKNSON of the
Hawaii Irrigation Company, is here
mi n trip from llllo.
CAPTAIN S. S. HOIIIBON of the
cruiser Cincinnati, that arrived hero
this morning on her way to China,
called on the (nvoriior this morning.
The call Is tu be returned Monday
IIOIIK WALKKIt, or the Hawaiian
Trust Company, will return from an
extended mainland tour next Tuesday
on the Wilholmluti. It Is denied that
be wedded while away,
I.. S CONNKSS, editor or the llllo
Herald, arrived on tho Mauna Ken
this morning. lie said the date of
his departure for Washington to take
up the llllo Btreet railway scheme bo
fore Congress Is uncertain.
FOR RALE OR FOR RENT.
SIx-ioiiiu house, I'linchlnml slope. Cool,
loiiveuleiit. well-planned; on carllue,
Ili'inlln after 4 p. Ill lit l.'IS? IVn-ui-cola
Honolulu's public markets must bo'
brought to a higher state of saulta-l
Hon and cleanliness, so say the mem
bcis or the health commllteu of tho1
board of city anil county supervisors i
With this object In view, Chalimju
Krugor and Member Amana, together'
with Inspectors Iloyd and Holt will
make a close and careful Investiga
tion of several alleged nuisancer at
the local markets this afternoon. It
Is claimed that several Asiatic fiult,
dealers who hold stalls at tho nrirkct
aio In line, for the Imposition or a
Mia fine If they continue to dlste-i
gard the existing ordinances.
The statement is made that souin.
of tho fruit dealets cast aside the
spoiled and ilec.idenl fruit III boxes or
on tho floor of tho market, theio to
remain a menace to health and cIcjii
ilness, Tho ordinance) which If enforced
compels these dcaleis to provides
tliems-ehcn with metal containers
which can bo closed nn.l prevent the
gathering of Mies and otfier Insect
City and County Physician Waysou
lias also called attention or the sup
ervisors to the Inclination among
biiiuc of tho stall keepers to dlsrcKan!.
Die more lmKirtant provisions of tho
pure food ordinances. In his tepoil
Dr. Waysou recommends the lulllc-
lion of flues or such magnitude that
tho erring vendors will be brought to
it realization of Hie enormity of their
The finest lines of New and TJp-to-
Date Goods offered at the Lowest
.Prices you have ever seen.
ItKCISTJt.UIO.NS AT S.V.tll.'S I'.W'I!
Tho enrollment of Miters on the
pages of thy (Irent Register couliiilie
to come Ino the coiinly clerks olllie at
htiall'B paeo, and the olllel.ils In
charge ate seriously considering a
proposition of ottering n reward or
Inducement to spur the laggaid cit
izen to speedier action. The record
shows I7.ri2 leglstratlous at the noon
hour today. As the (Ireat Register
has been opened to slgnaturo for ii
ftw over ouo bundled days, tho aver
ugo of but ten per day Is hardly one
that can be pointed out with pardon
TAFT'S COMING RECOMMENDATIONS
HOT SI'ltlNflS, Vii., Nov 3. l'res
blent Tuft has outlined these points
for his annual message to Congress:
1 Reduction of the tariff on wool,
cotton, steel and possibly one or two
othtr schi dales.
2 Adoption or u general parcels
8 Regulation of Issues of stocks anil
4 I'Vdirul Incorporation act, on tlio
line of hl.s previous messages,
5 CniiKei vutlon
li liiire.ised salary for the Judiciary.
7 Change In the regulation of second-class
S Reorganization of the imvy us out
lined nnd attempted by Seirctnry
.Meyer, Including Urn nholltlnii of obso
! .Maintenance or the two battle
ships a sciir building program.
10 No i Image In the Sherman Anti
11 Adoption of a new system of
inanagenieiit for tuiist of the executive
1J lleiuioiny In appropriations
13 A permanent luihT IamiiI.
JJJG.OO--ALL SUITS FORMERLY $10.00 AND $12.00.
7.00 ALL SU'TS FORMERLY $13.00 AND $14.00.
8.00 ALL SUITS FORMERLY $15.00 AND $16.00.
9.00 ALL SUITS FORMERLY $17.00 AND $18.00.
10.00 ALL SUITS FORMERLY $19.00 AND $20.00.
50 Pairs of 54x72 COTTON BLANKETS $.00 Pairl
50 Pain of 61x76 COTTON BLANKETS 1.20 Pair!
30 Pair, of 60x80 WOOL BLANKETS S.25 par
20 Pair, of 70x80 WOOL BLANKET8 6.00 Pair
JU-incn UUCKWOBP BROWN SHEETING 30e Yardl
?z-,nc" " " " 25c Yard
63-neh " " " 20o Yard
nch " " " 15o Yard
90-lnch PEQUOT BLEACHED " 32c Yard
,Mng" " " 30c Yard
'? nc' " " " 27sc Yard
ne' " " " W20 Yard
"eh " " 15c Yard
36-lnch PARAGON " ,,.;, . 10c Yard
3S.nch POLAND " !!!.'. ...'.'isyio Yard
ou-.ncn usnuin CAMBRIC 10c Yard
42x36 PEQUOT HEMMED PILLOW CASES $ .20 Each
72x90 " SHEETS 85 Each
BUXJU " " " 1.00 Each
Agents for tho
L. B. KERR (& Co., Ltd.