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R ft EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, DEC. 9, 1911.
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Now for the Christmas Dinner!
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A LA GELEE ROAST CHICKEN IN JELLY; WHOLE FRENCH QUAILS, TRUFFLED AND
STUFFED WITH FOIE GRAS; LOUIS BRAND PATI DE FOIE GRAS IN JARS. BRANDIED
FRUITS, SWEET PICKLED FRUITS. STUFFED DATES AND FIGS IN JARS.
CURTICE BROTHERS CO.'S "PLEASANT DREAMS"
WOMAN TELLS OF
Mir llrockmun, who (his spent the
past six years In llio Tar K.isl nm!
whose sous air nt the lii-ail of tho
Young Men's Christian Association
work In China and Korcn, spuku In
lotostlngly of tho missionary woil:
among tho Korr.in and Chlneso
women tit tho meeting nl the Woimiu'H
Hoard or Missions of tliu Central
iriiloti church jcatcrilay afternoon.
Mm. llinckuinu Is enroiilo to tho
Stales for a visit anil wlll-ln all prob
ability rejoin her scum In tho Knr
i:.'ist nt tho end of a few months. She
declared that Korea offers n wonder-
ill liolil fur missionary I'lulravor and
Hint Christianity is making inplil
strides, particularly among tho wu
incn. Knce arriving In Honolulu him
haa tii.iih- It a point In visit tho Kc
tcan rihools mid she Rtutod that sho
wns giutlfled to llnd that many of tho
Kirl stJidenlu mo planning to return
to tln'lr native land nftor finishing
Knur hours after Henry Clay Ileal-'
lie, Jr., tlio ouug Vlrglnh wllo niur
deter, wan electrocuted for s'liylng
Ms wife, tho following confession by
him to Ms spiritual udvlseri .S'lvcui
bor !), wrts made public:
"I, Jlcliry Clay Deattlc, Ir. desir
ous of nfindl.ig right bofuro (in J mid
man, do, on thin, tho 23d diiv of ,'o
'vefubeY, IU1I, confess my guilt of
1I10 crime ehargod iiKnlnst mo. M licit
ihal vao iiiihlUlied roncoru'nK tho
."etalls was not (rue. but tho nwful
fact, without tho harrowing rlrcuin
stantes, icmalns. Knr this action I-
A (ciimnl campnlKti to ralto funds
for tho eoustiuclloii of n Y, M. C. A.
I'muiing at biiperlor. Wis., will ho bo-
gun Jjy 11 ooiiimlttco headod by I.lout. lug pr.icllcally nil the rlco It con
Unnvln W. Scooh of tho pollcp do- suincs, according to luports by tlio
25c MEN'S SOCKS 25c.
FOR SENSIBLE PRESENT
IAM CHONG CO.
Fort and Beretania St,s
OUR shelves are filled with the most delicious eatables from America
Europe, and a visit to our store will be of great assistance in planning
dinner for Christmas. ' S - ,
We have a great variety of FRUITS and -VEGETABLES of the highest quality, in glass
tins; also many imported delicacies which will add to the attractiveness of the menu.
following are a few of the many articles we have in stock.
& CO.'s ENGLISH SNAPPING CRACKERS, df which we have a large assortment, are
FANCY CLUSTER. RAISINS LUSCIOUS
HENRI M1Y &
CALIFORNIA FRUITS and VEGETABLES in season.
Illiclr odiiuntlon hero.
In (lit) absence of Mrs. Theodore
Hicluiids, Miss rinilar conducted tho
Alexander, tho first vli'o president,
was In the chair.
Minutes of tho last meeting were
rend by Miss Sheoloy, the aecrotiiry.
Tho icpurt of Mrs. II, 1 Dillingham,
the trciismor, fidVwod letters fimu
foreign missionaries wore 'rend by
Mm. Dillingham and Mrs. Hollo .lones,
following which .Miss Clara Zlcglor
mad an Interesting anil Illuminating
paper relative to women's work for
women in K.ihtcru lands. Miss Zlcg
ler roered many essential points, but
her review vv.is by no means bare of
The loc.il society iceclved a high
! compliment al tho liandH of .Mrs.
llro(l:muii, who iIpcIiiiimI that It was
the best It had over been her pleasure
ED, BUT SECRETLY
11m truly sniry, and, bellcin.$ that I
nm at peneo with find and nm soon
to pubs Into Ills picscuco, this ctato
incut Is imii',0."
Ucattlo's coufcsslon was fjllowcd
by the follow Iiir statement of tho nt'
"This statement was signed In thu
presence of tho two. attending intn-
ihtors and Is tho only statement frit
ran and will bo made public by them.
"Ileattlo desired to thank tho nnuy
friends for kind letters and tho ex
pression of Infcrost ntld tho piibllo
for whatever ymp:itby was felt nr
Cultivation of'tlco In tho United
Stutes has Increased mi rapidly In ru-
rent eur tint this country Is grow
deiMitmout of agilculturo.
A MINCE MEAT OF SUPERIOR
INTO U. S. BY TONS
Count do Galenbcrt Asserts
Mexican Border Is Gate
way for Contraband,
Count a. do (ialenbirt of tlm linpe
rlul Chlneso eiistoms service, who ar
rived hero yesterday on tlio liner Ko
rea, brought pome Information re
garding the opium trallle tb.it should
bo IntcrcMlliB to tho ITnlteil Stale
Ireasmy ill p.iltmeiil, says the Hull
Oo (Inleubert b.is been stalloned lit
Macao, where most of Uio opium Is
luauiifactiired. for Ilia List two eiirs.
Ho snys Hint veij little of the opium
Hint eomes to the United Slates Is
slilpiied III by way of Han Kr.mcli-co j
"Knr evu-y till Hint It smuggled In'
fli...n.'1 U... I.'rjti.ilu.'n " H'llil llll!
fount, "bnir. a ton Is put Into your
eoniitr) over the Mexican border. Mont
of It Is hblpp'-il In trump i.leamers tb.it
lire specially engaged for tills work.
IN Kill. ir bhliimcnts are madu In thW
nay from Jlueuo to Mexico.
"Some of thco shipments run as
high as lllly tons, ami I am sntlslled
that the bull: of It lluds Its nay Into
tlio United States. In fuel, ut Mueao
thl.i Is nil accepted fact. If the Unit
ed Stnteti would Mop tbo opium tralle
It iuut wuleli the Mexican border and
ships coming from tho uniilicrn re
public." Tlm count saw nothing but tbo
brewing of tbo present disturbance in
China, but from hfs knowledge of Chl
neso affairs ho declares that this rev
olution is different from anything that
has ever swept Cbliin.
Tor Hie Hist tlmo In their history,"
he said, "tbo Chlneso people uro unit
ed. Tho Mnnchu dynasty Is doomed,
Tbo only iucstlou now Is the form ot)
government to bo adopted. Tbo wisest
11 ml most couscrwitlvo of tho revolu
tionists want to liavn a republic of
united stutes. Others In tbo rebel
councils would have each stnto mi In
tic pendent republic, t the latter pre
vail, tbo partition of China wrfl follow
"Tho' Chlnco nro n wonderful .peo
ple. They lmvo Mmo great faults and
many great, good cpialltles. YuuiiHhlli
Kal will be 11 big mull If be goes 'over
to the side u tbo revolutionists. If ho
stays much longer with the Imperial
government ho will fall with tho Man
cliui." Henry S, Graves,, head of tho Unit
ed States forest fcorvlco, linn written
to illstrlqt. foi esters throughout tho
coun.try commending thciu unit their
men on their success during thu seu
vm In hceplng finest fires down to n
minimum of deatriictlvoncss.
John W, flarrnll, mlulfiter to Vcno
ziielu, hat boon nppolntcd minister tu
Aigentlna and has been accjploil- b
.too ArBCii(liiB t'ovcrunicnt.
FOR LOTUS FANS
No 11101c can tlio dieaiuy lutus, cat
ers roiuptaln Mint tho supply of iho
ti'.cculent lllly lins been cut off from
ll'cm and that in fuluio they will liavo
In 'becoino members of tho mill
tinhopc club llirough sheer fmco of
t'licuiustnnceH. Lund Coiiimlsslouei'
Charles S. .lipid and Iho iHiard of ugri
culliiio and forestry hitvo taken plly
tiii tho itie.im cateis. '
Itulo nine. Hint awfiil bugbear that
has hllherlo provented the Juicy tarn
toot, Iho lotus lllly and uvou tho bum
Mo jiuliilo from being sent from ono
Island to the olhcr has now been to
vKc.l. at Ie11.1l tentatively, and at the
nmcetliig or tlio board Monday no.t
tho matlil will In all probability bo
Under tho now form- all louts and
tubers may bo shipped to any put
of the Territory providing that first
of nil the culolnologlsl lias n look nt
I hem and has them fumigated or slur
III7P1I according to liow ho sees lit.
This will menu a tovlval of tho trade
'hat was dnno In tho various loots
and tubois beforo tho pnssago of rulu
nine and will bring .,. o iho hcarlii
uf tho lotus faiil) on tlio other Islands.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, Dec. 8, 1911.
Leung Sun to 'i.cnng Keo Slu.,..IA
I'lunsulck-llulko-Cnllciidof Co tu It
.folin Knea .Ir and wlfo t" John A
K Tokmuoto to Hawaii I,reservlngK
Co I.td CM
I.ydy Ii I.itcas and hsb to City and"
County of Honolulu .' ,U
Dank of Honolulu I.td to Sarsh I.
Doxtor .'... , I'ar ltd
Hniah It Doxtor to Joseph Y T Xano.D
Joseph Y T Znno iiiid'wf to Illshop
Trust Co I.td SI
Entered for Record, Dec. 9, 1911.
S K Kaalnonl, to V Ilecis. .. .CM
Ah Klmslng to Alt Choy ot al....l)
II M Mondlncn to Mlnda I,
John Kanlliuo o. al by Judgo to Ka-
. lei Joaquin Caul)
John I, Knulukoii to Henry t Ka-
wewehl ..,1." , V
Danlol K Jtoakuluna and vvf 9t. ul '
to 'I'K l.alakoii .., , bj
Sam K I'liukohola ct ul to T K I.a-
Hubert Kalolklnl and wt to Kuw'al-
loa Laud Co LUl ,..!)
Kavvalloa hand Co I.td to Robert
nKlolklm , ' l)
NnnV AI11II to n W A Kalelhn-iu.ltul
S V A Kalelho-a uMi vvf to Noa
w Aiuii .r. ; d
GOOD NEWS NOW
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AND PECANS. ASSORTED NUTS. FANCY LAYER FIGS. PLUM PUDDING. CRAN
BERRY SAUCE. , ARTICHOKE HEARTS. , sCEPES IN OIL. PUREE OF SPINACH, ,
Lehnhardt's Delicious Candies .
IN BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY' BOXES OF ONE-HALF TO SIX POUNDS.
not only highly decorative,
RED OREGON APPLES
CALIFORNIA COCKTAIL and EASTERN OYSTERS
Mr. Chnilcs Bheppard, who to ac
ceiituato thu 10I0 of Kvaiigollno Or
pholla W'llbei force, tlio dashing young
plnlntirf In the bleach or prnmUo suit
against Jobnnlo Mart.lu, essajod tho
use of feminine girh with such ui
ensorles as nits, penciled qyo-brows
bin) enr-ili'gs, en captivated tho Jury,
iincral members of whlc'j vvcro utloii
niovoii to tears, th.it ,lt Is gcucrall)
imdcrstiKjil that, tho easo has Jiecii lost
to tlio defendant although, no decision
lias been leached.
Tlio trial, which was a mock nff-ilr
given by tbo Mou'h IliWo class of thr
Melhodlst Kpisiopal, took pint 0 In tho
social parlurB of tho church on Thurs
day evening, and tlioso who allondod
prnununco It u screnni from sturt to
Although previous court recoids
against Martin, vvcro decidedly agnlnst
hint lit this case, ho was ably tcptt
renlcd by II. It. Ticnt and A. K. Hob
bins. ThoUlqv. n. Hlmer Sinlth acted
i.s the attorney for tlio piosecutlon.
Tho trial lusted for two solid hours,
at tho end of which (lino tho lavvyors
wcio foiecd to rest lliolr caso owing
to tho great mental strain under which
iliey wore laboring. Although no wit
pcsscs other than the plaintiff vvcro
put on tho stand, many dark mj stor
ies concerning previous flirtations
'.voro hinted at. Dressed In tho height
if fashion, tho plaintiff had gtcit diffi
culty In prcborvlng tbo plipuincy ol
manner wJilch characterized her en
hance Into thu emit 100111. This wan
duo In a memuro to tho groat efforts
1 ho was called upon to inako In keep
Jug her continue Intact. Sbo mado 1111
excellent Impression upon tho Jury,
r.nd while, .us beforo slated, no deci
sion was readied, tho evidence points
rtrougly to tho conviction of Martiu.
Vlio raso will bo continued at tho noxt
boclul mooting of thu club.
Detroit police bcllc,vo llvo Italian
murders, many explosions, both suc
cessful and unsuccessful, and a groat
number of bloody lights 4mvo tome
niyblerlous connections. O110 thcoty
Is thuj two rival "gangs" of Italians
Iinvn becomo blttery opposed to oacb
other, probably' nvor somo mlsunder
standing connected with campaigns uf
'.i.vtortlon or iiibhciy,
Qlcarliig tho New Yoik slreols ol
tlio musses of refuso whlrh llediip
during the tttlko (if girluge catt men,
now admittedly brakon, Is prnroodliij;
rapidly, vvlh more than a normal
'complement of caits In the prliiclnil
but contribute hugely to the
(Kpicl.it hut let In Correspondence.)
WAll.UKU. Dec. 8. Tho main
event of tomorrow evening will bo the
water e.irnlval at l'uimcue, Camp 3,'
in which many of tho lending aipiatlc
i.lhleles or central Maul will taKo
lart. Tlioro will huMivIng ami swim
ming coulestu in tlio rapacious I'ltu
Dancing at tho club house will con
"lildo the ovening's ontertulumcut.
The committee In eliurgo luvo sold a
large number or tickets tilieady. m.O
'bey iirnmlso 11 great evening or aiin
tic st.oits, I). Kahiinanioku's ircord
ef Im 4-5 i'ciiiiiI for Iho 100 yuids and
famous old I'olchu'n record or over .1
minutes under tho water will leiuilu
I'liulleied as no ono wlshos to lower
these lsiiuil amateur records. A Ha
waiian diver from liana who (s uowj
an nsplrant for bowling honors has ;'
diving record or over 2 mlnules, hut)
bo will not Join Iho sports tomoirovv
-BULLETIN ADS PAY-Q
Wikl- Hollo Mn (I tr ir
NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED-AN APPROPRIATE XMA3
GIFT FOR THE MEN FOLKS
Old Hats Cleaned
LOOK LIKE NEW HAVE YOUR OLD HAT CLEANED UP
122 riCRETANIA QTIUXT
After liiivlug been skk Tor ti long
lime, Samuel Andrew's, one ot the well
kliiivvn resbkiits of II01111I11I11, died at
bis Inline on I.IIII1.1 street yesterd.iy
uft(riiiim nt the ago or 73 years. Jin
Is survived by bis brothers, II V. An
drews ot Honolulu unit Wllllupi An
drews of New Yoik; Mrs Mary )"..
Nott and Mrs, Alexander, sl'tcrs, nmt
several children. I. A,- Thurston mid
l.orrln Andrews arc bis nephews.
The deceased was n fon of the lain
Justice Andrews. 11 member of the Su
preme Court or Hawaii during thed.ivs
or King Knineli.iinHiu the Koiirtb. Jus
tice Andrews was founder of 111" l'i
baliialiina Seminary nu Maul, the old
est liiitltulion In the Island'). He will
11 good Hawaiian hebohir.
Mr. Andrews was born In the Is
lands mid livid utmost continuously nt
Malum, Wajinca and Kancobe, where
bo had ranches. It was only recently
Hint Hiic or his I, mils vvcro sold to
l.lulc I.. MiCamllciiS, '
Tho funeral services will lie held at
S o'clock toinoirow morning ul Iho
undertaking pallors ot 11. II. Wil
liams on Koit street.
. . NLAR-PIRC-OTATION