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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1911
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At the BIJOU TONIGHT
Originated on the Bowery
Tried on by Society
' The most sensational dance ever :
placed on the vaudeville stage
There is nothing suggestive about the dance. All can see.it.
The "Texas Tommy" Dance is a feature number of
the musical comedy '
"White Horse Inn"
SEE IT AND LAUGH '"
Tai LOy GO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Cablese EmbroMery
Cor. Hotel ami Nuuanit.Sts.
UNCLE SAID'S TARS MAKE MERRY
AT FIERY BRINK OF KILAliEA
Undo Sam's tars nro making merry of tlio noot mul tho rim to Olenwood
at tile brink of the far-famed volcano was mule In quick time. Here tho
uf Kiluica theso da) a. Volcano Stnlilei had thirty nutomo-
""'On Saturdaj evening, one hunilrcil biles In waiting ami the tew miles
mind lift) bluo-Jnckots sat ilowti to u over one of tho most plcturesquo and
- Sumptuous spread piepured hy Mluo delightful roailH In tho tenltnry was
v'JIoH Demosthenes l)curgus In the covered In amnio time to afford a fluo
S spacious dining hall at tho Volcano da) light view of the pit at molten
5(rllnut.o, and thereby rounded out a day lava.
.Bf pleasure. Tho Volcano House, itch In romln-
j) . Illlii has nuilo elaborate prepara- iscences and associations was tho
a lion for the reception of tho olllceni scene of a lhely gathering on Satur-
jand men of tho United States cruiser day evening. Tho Bailors woro clolh-
, fleet. e in bluo uniforms. And It was well
Tho Maryland was tho first to arrlvo that they foisook the wlilto for the
it. In llilo Hay, From this essel which heavier clothing as the thermometer
. rodo at anchor a mil from shoro, hovered betweon fifty-four nud uixi
came one bundled and fUty men dally, degrees during the latter part of the
fitli delegation was In charge of n aftoruoon and the evening. A heavy
, jiumber of officers. The lllltf railroad fog followed by a drizzling ruin pre-
placed a speulai train at the dlnxsul vailed una made the iiig roaring nro-
places with the burning togs a most
Crater It the Mecca for All.
Knell day ut least ouo hundred and
fifty men fiom tho fleet will find their
way up tho (hlrt)-ouo miles of moun
tain slope to the "Shrine of Pole."
Tho transportation arrangements for
Handling this largo number of trav
elers leaves llltlo to bo desired. Tho
Volcano Stables has a largo flying
squadron of motor cars at tholr com
mand and with tlls rush of travel
mountalnwnrd, docs not In the least
affect tho many regular auto stage
routes which arc covered on schedule
Sailors View Awe-inspiring Bight.
After a flno lunch served at tho
Volcano House, the walling nutos
loaded to tho gual ds tinned Into tho
crater road and a seven mllo Journey
brought the paity to tho er Jaws of
the flory pit. Tho sea of lava Is nuv.
less than two' hundred feet below tho
edge of tho crater and a pit, at least
a thonsind feel In diameter Ih filled
vllh a mass of molten lava that as
sumed never ending and fantastic
forms as tho mass bolls and spouts
fiom the manv little vents and iools.
Tho Maryland men lined tho edit
or the cinler at n sheltered sK)t not
u great ilistauco from the observatory
erected by Professor Pcrret. An hour
or more was ppent In watching the
wrath of Madame Tela and thn lake
nf fire covering any whoro between
fifteen and twenty nrres In extent
pioved n never ending sourco of won-
The return In Dm Volcano House
gave opiKirtunlty for many to walk
over to Kllaitea-lkl a mile and a hall
from the hotel. The treo moulds, the
sulphur beds and steam ind heat crc
vIcch also proved an Interesting sight
for tho sailors ns well as tho officers
Jack ashoio vvnn'ns much at homo
in the fust fleeing nuto ns he Wis on
tho hurricane deck of the horse which
were also used In making the cratei
Tho snapping cold at the exhilarat
ing elevation of four thousand feet,
created appetites which while taking
tho efforts of l.ycuigus to the utmost.
vievcrtliclm wero satisfactorily "!
peased as thn plentiful array of sub
atantlnls and delicacies wero sent to
The United States cruiser Colorado
was also a visitor at Hilo mi Sunday.
Throughout ihe day tho Mar) land nn.l
Colorado rodo at anchor In tho bj
whllo the shore was lined with tho
curious and Interested towufolk' of
HMo and also thoso who camo in from
tho suriomiijing country und tho plan
There will bo n regular exodus of
Rallormcii each day trom llllo to .the
volcano as Ihe program now calls for
the visit of the Dakota on December
13th, then tho' California on Decem
ber ICth and tho West Virginia on
Hllo Turns Out En Masse.
llllo turned out en masse yeRtor-
Barley aM $pps-L.od ltd
of alcoiol-an aid to digestion THATSBEER.:' ft
you get a pure beer, welT aged, nothing is1 petted Tot you.
; It is not good advice to say "Don't drink beer.'
There are many who need it. ,
Your doctor advises beer. . The healthiest peoples
of the world drink the mos't of it. l
But it is good advice to say "pon't drink he wrong
beer." Some beer causes 'biliousness.' Pjrimo does' hot.
Primo is both good and good for you.
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Nine people in ten would be better for drinking it.
Primo is the home beer, because of its purity. It
is properly aged", nlteredJand sterilized. 1n r
Keep a case in your home.
Be sure it is
The Jeer That's rewed
iocT5Uii i lie v imioje
day afternoon during tho bisebali
game between a picked nlno fnini tho
Mar) land and tho jouth and lloncr of
tho HalnyClty. .
Mooheau Park was lined with con-
vejiiuccs of every description. A
nnapp)vgamo was In progress nt the
lime tho Intor-lsltnd steamer Kllau
ca departed for Honolulu. Tlio grand
stands wore filled to oerflowliig with
A big social Affair U planned on
Friday evening when n dnuce will b?
given uuder the uuspiccs of the Hilo
Hoard of Trade. The various Interests
of tho town'nro lclng In their efforts
toward tho entertainment of the men
fiom tho fieot.
Throughout Saturday and Sunday,
many Maryland men took shorter ex
cursions Into the niljjcciit country,
Every naltable means of conveyance
from tho aristocratic ntfo to tho pie-
blan blcyclo was pressed Into service,
Thoro was nothln to mar tho Jo)-
ousness of the occasion. Hllo is glad
of tho opportunity to greet tho fieot
and teh ho)B nro having tho tlmo of
their lUes, so they ny. t
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ho sure to visit tha great snlo of
Chinese and Japaneso rugs nt Iwcrn
. Cooke's. Twenty per tent discount
on Chinese grass rugs und Jnpntieso
bluo and white cotton rugs ut half
Tomorrow thn James (lulld Com
pany, locating In the Collins' building
on King street near Kjrt, will be
open with n vary full line of house,
furnishing goods In cut glass, china
ware, etc. It la it chaiico to get .soma
most desirable gifts for tho holidays,
as tho stock In now and fresh, with
the latest designs.
avRUU-rriN ads. "y-mm
FOR P1AH01) '
I'lans for n big historical pageant,
to be staged by the entire Punabou
preparatory school, have been submit
ted to tho trustees of OhIiu, Colli ge
und the school by Prlnclual l'lttx, and
will bo dlsriiwil nt n, meeting of the
truster to lie held next Friday.
Prlncl(il FIIIb suggests the pageant
ns n fitting full on' to celebrate the
tinth )wir of the pnpiratory school In
Charlet It. Itlxliop Hull ns well ns the
(oniplttlon of the new Charles R.
Ilishop nnnex, which Is to bo ready for
ptcupaiuy by tlio opening of next
Ill bis communication to tho trus
ties, lie outlines the plan for the
pigeant to be given by arlous grades
Thus ho suggests that thn first to
fourth grades. .gle tableaux repre
senting primitive civilization, the II fill
and sixth grades lubUaux showing
PIi-ibps of medieval and tarly modern
civilization, while the seventh and
eighth grades rcpresint modern civ
ilization, particularly features In Unit
ed RtatiH history.
Kojdntc has nccn set, but May Diy
mny be chosen, and the pageant will
be given out of doors, under the big
trees on the campus, and will make
a gorgeous and attractive effect.
The trustees were HtheiUilcd to meet
next Thursday, but the Pearl Harbor
celebration caused a postponement for
wh'T tHull n ar
In order to further promoto the edit- ,
cntloii.il work of the Jnpanese Central
lnxtltule on Nuuami street, ubove
Vlnejnrd, nn 'entertalnmint nnd ba
xanr will In- given on I lie grounds (it
the school on Saturday, December 1C,
from o'clock In the evening on.
The most Interesting feature of the
entartalnment will bo Japanese theat
rical performances, music. Juggling,
fencing, Jlu-Jltsu nnd other sports. On
Friday, the ICtli. nnd Saturday tbu
Imuiur will be open to publlu Inspte
tlou No charge will be made to tho
U. Mntsumoto of the Japanese Cen
tral Instltutf. this morning called nl tile
Ilul let In oilier nnd stated tbnt the
entertainment will be most enjoyable
to the visitors.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon the hand
work of the girls of the Institution
will be placed no exhibition at'x tho
school This consists of baskets, pho
tograph stands. Japanese artificial
Hovvers, pillow cones, hand-ciishlnns,
necktks nnd numerous other articles
suitable for sale. Tho number of the
prow.-J. Including the Jnpanexe, i:ngtlsli,
Hawaiian nnd Chinese editors, have
been Invited l( attend
HUCKWOUTH At Alea, Oahu, Dec.
10, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs Cluy L
Uuckwnith, n daughter.
I The Matson Navigation steamer
Enterprise, with a quantity of sugar
gathered at Hllo wis reported to have
nrihed at San Francisco on Saturday.
SMs - , i ( i, w vwvjw. - rf. - . 4 -., m- r--
Great Bargains in
20 per cent Discount on Chinese Grass Rugs Japanese Cotton Rugs at lalf-Price
, These Rugs are on sale in the large room on King Street adjoining our Main Office
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177 South King Street
LEWERS fc COOKE, LTD. m 80 King at