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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, DEC. -15, 1911.
LOCAL OiRLS TO
A young Rlrl In Turkey, left an
'orphan hh the result of tliu recent
massacres there, Is In lie supported
illul eilmuteil by I lie Cleaners, mi u'r
Buiilziillun of girls In (lie Central
Union chinch, lunging from ten to
ThliD-sovoli dollars ninl fitly cents
iff Hie Hum roipilred to fecil, clolhe
ninl eiliieuto tint (iiiiii; refugee for nn
entire jenr. The amount necessary
for this purpose was previously live
tloll.it h loin, anil the udvunco Is (ak
in I'D an luilkallnii of the "high cost
of living" In Turkey us elsewhere.
The glils are tiemendously Inter
. osfed In their new charge, anil ul
though as yet they ilo not know her
ago, or oven her tutinc, Information Is
' mill lo lie forthcoming by the next
niiill, Advices nie to the effect that
her iitcturo has also been forwarded
It It the pin n of the Cleaners In
eilucuto the young Toil; with a view
to Making u missionary of her. She
lias been recommended by one of the
American missionaries anil Is report
ed In bo fhltstlng for knowledge.
The (lle.mers previously supported
a uung hoy, but he completed his
course last je.ir ami Is lion self-sup-porting.
They evince n livelier In
terest ill the girl, however. As one
(lleaner trllel) put It, "If we saviii
boy we save a man, but If we s.ic a
i;lrl wo biitii a family."
The Cleaners met on Wednesday nf
teriiouu at the home of their leader,
Mrs. i: 11. Waterhouse, on Wylllo
Btteet. Their missionary subject Is
India thin )enr and they took up (be
study lemon on (bis occasion. Kol
low Inn n ielcw of the subject
they cnJo)cd n mclal hour with re
freshments. The net nicellng of the Cleaners
Is-to tuko )iluie at the home of Mrs,
It Is expected that full details of
(ho young Klrl In far mvny Turkey
who Ib dependent upon them for aid,
will ho available, by (bo dale of the
WELL DECIDE ON
Humors for tho past three months
of "something doing" In Hawaiian
Pineapple CouipaU) slock aro crystal
lizing Into tho practical assurance
Unit there will he a stock dividend,
although this has not jet been de
cided upon. A meeting next week Is
expected to Kettle the iiiestlnn
1 Pineapple stock Is bo'imlng, and the
r.alo or li shares at $13 today shows
tt.o strength of the maiket. The
I ' f Ilnancllig of the recent land purchases
on the wliidwanl side are assured and
next season's pack should break all
Tim general Block market today
, was (pilot, with O.iliu Sugar suffering
a slight slump. Ilvo shares selling on
fi .tho board Unlay at :iis.',i. I Kino-
5! lulu Ihoweiy sold at $2il.2."i during the
session, (be only other sale being
twenty-lit o shares of Illlo Common
lit $S 2.I.
llennv and comiiany, llinlled, this
, morning filed n petition In tho clr-
fct cult couit asking that tho Oceanic
i steamship enmpnii) ho ordered lo pio-
ftduec Hie oilglual bill of lading In con-
t uertlon with a shipment of bananas
that woro sent lo San Pianclsco.
A deinand for a Jury trial has been
"i filed In tho clicull rnurt by the So-
r'cleilailo I.usllann llcncnclenle dc Ill-
wall In roiiupttlnii with the p.n.0
bioiight against It by Caroline I'ln
A vM i
OPEN tVENINGS Saturday, Dee.
16 j Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Deo. 21, 22 and 23.
Honolulu Mormons find with nil In
teasing mciubcrshlp, that another
religious eillllce Is n necessity.
Tho Church of Jesus Christ of Lit
ter Day B.ilnts has rontrneted for the
erection of a new church to be locat
ed on a lot near the corner of King
.'ml Aitcsliin streets.
The building will cost in I lie iiclgh
boihood of $250(1 it ml the "ink will
he done by Contractor Do Tries.
Tho advance uf Hie rainy Reason
eppcars to have n visible effect on tho
l'umber of npidlintloiis fm building
penults at the nflleo of Iliilldlug ami
I'lntnlilng Inspector Mlchlslelii,
Tho total anionnt lnuihed In per
mits granted (his month for new
tdriictuics Is behoved will fall con
siderably short f the value of new (
work for Hie mouth of November.
Wllhln the past week the majority
of applications for building penults
have come from those who propose
lo elect new dwellings of moderate
I'crmlls Issued Include the following-
Carlos A. Long, Knpiilniua tract,
duelling, $3.-00. M. K. Colo, hullilor
l'rcd llsrilson. King street, Collins'
Hluck, i epalrs, $fl00. Fred Harrison,
C. I.chinann, Kipalama, duelling,
$750. M. K. (loto. builder.
V.. S. Scott (lullck avenue, dwel
ling, $1200. T. Tnnato, Imtlder,
II, Duiikln, I'alolo avenue, dwell
ing, $730. J. Usui, builder.
Church of Jesus Christ of Ivtlcr
lay Saints, King and Artesian streets,
thurcli, $'!30n. De Krlos, builder.
Castle Home, Mn una ltoad, dwell
ing, $105(1. Kroltas and Fernandez,
Dr. II. p. IlnlliiKinn, Kevvalu street,
Iwelllug, $211110. II. U Knaack, build
II C. Coleman, lkitcl street duell
ing, $1012.70. C. A. I.' Ni'vvciiinli,
Preliminary notes me now being
Made In connection with tho con
struction of another leservotr along
I lie lino of tho Kula dllcli, according
to the icporls received by Superin
tendent of l'ubllc Works Marslon
'Iiuuplicll. Tho ditch Is now running
In full swing mill over) body along
the lino Is getting water.
Speaking of tho matter this morn
ing .Mr. Campbell stated that tho
ditch Is one of the cheapest that Ipib
ever been constiticted. It has a length
of Just on thirty miles and cost only
$3333 a mile which Includes tho pipe,
ininsKrtutlon, lnjlng and nil (ho
work In connection with It. Tho reu
lon for tho work being done so cheap
ly Is that tho pipe was bought when
1 rices were very low, the present
price of the pipe along being about
$"(iOO n mile.
Reservoirs are now being estab
lished along the whole lino of tho
pipe so that (hcie will never ho mi)
chance of tho water supply failing.
Tilts Is a matter of necessity when
such n long lino of small pipe is run,
as It Is otherwise very hard lo keop
up u uulfnim How tlnoiighoiit It.
Anulo Keith Uobliibon Long has p
lltloned (ho circuit couit Hint her
marriage with Long be annulled. Ho
'ailed to make any appenranco when
tho mutter camn up for tilnl. Urn;
was sentenced tome tlmo ngo to two
years' Imprlsonnient for bigamy.
On the gi omuls of the (Ibcllee hnv
lug .committed n stntuatory crlmo V.
Yninamolo was (Ills morning granted
a dlvorco from Asn Ynmamoto.
With appropriate Obrllinns exer
ilsps, the public grammar schools, the
High .School, the .Normal and (Mini
College ilnsiil today for the holiday
vacation Willi the exception of Oiihu
College, which u 111 enjoy u llilcv weeks'
dismissal, the mess will cmitlmni two
The College of llawnll will not dis
miss until next Prldny, two days he
Ton Christmas, the vacation lasting
but one uetk Mills Institute will
clni on the suine day and will reupi n
Janunr) 2. No hollda) recess Is on tliu
rnleiidar for the Killni luuialm Schools
except In the iiuiiwul lUpnrtmi lit,
vvhiro recltntlon discontinues tnmor
low. Tho piepuratory boys will bo
given u titcntlnii late In January, but
the girls will lontlntie their .work with
out recess until June.
All of tlic schools nru reported In a
nourishing condition. At the Normal
the enrollment Is ISO, the largest In Its
history. In the senior ilass (hero are
thirty-nine students. Twenty-nine of
(he number have tukin the four-) ear
course at the Normal School, flnlit are
graduates of tho Honolulu High School,
one Is n graduate of Oahil 1'ollegn and
one tomes from the llllo High School
The following program was given by
the Normal School this morning:
Chorus ) Como All Ye Kalthfnl...
, . . , Ha) dn
Heading The 111." lory of tho Carol..
, ltcbcccu CopP
The Pffst Nowell Traditional
Hood King Wemesaiis..Uld Kngllsh
Holy Night I'rom tho Clerman
Thrte Kings of Orient.... Atoirlean
Canllipie dc Noel
IMwIn IJinlniniika and Chorus
tJunrtct-Sliep, Holy llabe"
I'horus Carol for Christmas Day...
The gradts of the primary and gram
mar schools hai1 their usual Christmas
exercises, consisting of Illustrated
Christmas stories mid the distribution
of candy made In the domestic science
Wm. T. Itnwllus, who recently re
signed the ixisltlou of United Slates
deputy district attorney owing to HI
health, made Ills appearance In the
Federal court again this morning,
showing the effects of his slxly-elglit
days spent In bed. He Is Improving
veiy rapidly and his health Is expect-.
til to be much better hereafter. I
Ho has taken nn ofllce In tho Juild
building and will prncllco law. The
four )ears prnctlco that ho had In the
Federal court has given him nn in
sight to tho law business In this city
and ho knows most of the ropes that
arc to he known. This combined with
Ms knowledge of the law should as
sure him of success In private prac
tice. It was through his woik that tho
last hunch of opium smugglers woio
gathered Into the fold, snmo of whom
n,re now waiting for Ihelr cases to
como up and others being out on hill."
H I I
III the ease of. the Lnnal company,
llnilfcdj vs. Hnrry S. Iiandls, the de
fendant bus (lied n deulnl or tho al
legations and also a demand for n
Fredeilck II. Jolinsou this morning
took his. oath as guiidlau 4if Charles
and .John Johnson, Illinois. Tho 'docu
ment was filed In the circuit .court.
. . iVfct.ri.
Cross Roads Watch
These fobs are beautifully enameled in goldoid'andsilveroid'finishes mounted on a black leather strap with a
buckle to match. They are made from Secretary Wood's famous "Crossroads" man, showing Hawaii in the center of
the Pacific, equidistant from the various American and Oriental ports. '
B. F. EHLERS CO.
WE have received today, ex Lurline, an express ship
ment of the very latest styles, all being new styles "
for Spring 1912. Every Dress is entirely different. The ..'
sizes range from 16 to size 46.
White predominates, but we have also Pink, Tan, White ;
and Lavender, Blue, White and Blue, Copenhagen, etc. the
.prices are $25, $27.50, $30, $132.50, $35, $40 and $50, .S
We Are First
Inspection Respectfully invited
(Continued from Fag 1)
department has made all arrangements
for the reception of the new pieces of
llr-llghtlng Apparatus, They will he
stutloned where" they will be the most
effrttuuf factor In an emergency.
Midclt and Meddiett of Days.
Today has been one of tho maddest
nnd merriest of dm a In city and, county
circles. In tlu.it It Is pa) day, and Audi
tor tllcknell ninl Ids staff have been
bus) handing out warrants fur n halt-
mouth salary to oillcers and employes
of the police, fire, road and other de
partment. Tlu mld-montli distribu
tion nf tbe needful coin will assist In
the proper celebration of Christmas by
A big sum of money will change
hnnds and iicelvu u beneficial distri
bution as a result of the payment of
Registrations Are Distressingly Slow.
who nine voter roirml ins way to Ilia
upper Hour of tlu elty hall today and
was Invited to enroll his name on tho'
pages of (he (Irent Hglster. Thereg-j
Istriitlon nf voters for toth the Fourth
nn I Fifth districts Is declared by Clerk
Kiilauokiihinl nnd his staff of assist
ants lo be distressingly slow. I
If one-half nf the number of nun
who uigerly swk the auditor's olllce (or
their salary warrants were ns anxious
MAKE DANDY PRESENTS
Spring Styles 1912
i I 1 Pi. ''
that their nnmus Ihi found on tbe pages
of tbe registers, the big books would
soon be tilled with the mimes of tho
true nnd tried voters.
To date nineteen hundred nnd flvo
names have been added to the lint of
both districts. Some of the precincts
make a remarkably poor showing ns
Outer Districts Must Wait.
The downtown streets are at present
In line for some attention ut the hands
of the road department. tib work of
macadamizing the mnukn side of Hotel
street between Nuuaiiu mid 1'ort Is lie
Ing hurried nlong. Tho bed of broken
rock bus liccn laud and rolled Fori
sticet nlong tbe Kivu side uf the Rapid
Transit tr icks Is being similarly treat
id, When this Job Is completed, which
should be within u few days. It Is pre
dicted Hint a good driving surfiuu will'
In the me. ultimo the prevailing wet
vvcnthir has bad much to do with the
stoppage of work on upper Nuuaiiu
in (hue.' A new appropriation fur this
Improvement will bo forthcoming with
the llrst of thn year, llnln has also put
it stop to Manoa Valley' street wmk.
Caucus on Appropriations.
The elty fathers have been holding
nightly sc-sslnns In u caucus on the new
appropriation bill which must go Into
olTcit with the llrst of the new )ear,
The budget calls for n lot of cure fid
consideration, and It Is said that a
number of departments mny expcct it
substantial paring down of sums for
merly allotted to llicni.
Time Is ii possibility of more money
going to thn police department to In
sure bettir protection for downtown
f t. r. 1
5y V Ut
There will be a regular inciting of
the Isinrd net Tuesday evening, at
whli h tlmo the completed iipp'.oprlatlnn
bill covering municipal expenses for
tbe llrst half of l'.H2 will be presented
for llrst rending and lo print.
Supervisor Hben Low has been iUllo
III nt his home for the past week, but
Is expected to be sultlclently recovered
In health to participate In the dual
consideration of the budget nnd assume
his duties ns chairman of the ways and
Under n chargo of selling general
iiierchundlso without (list obtaining a1
license, Quou lice, a Chinese, faced
I'ollce .ludgo Monsairnl this morning
nnd staled that lie vvns simply run
ning a Btnro for another Chluaman,
who Is now on tho Island of Maul.
Tho defendant asked the Indulgence
tof tho couit lo poslpono tho trial for
H vveeK, so mat tiio owner of the sloto
rontd bn neilt riip In rntitrti tri llnnn.
County Attornoy Cathcnrt objected
to tho contlniiance, emphasizing Ihe
fact (hat the defendant was lesponsl-
. Iila for not obtaining n license, be
I cause ho has been jviuncil repealed-
iv ny i.iquor inspector Androw Cine
Tho matter was finally set for trial
i.ext TucBilay morning. I
Vlcante Cruz, arrested for assault
and battery with a deadly weapon,
had his ease postponed until next
week. Cathcnrt Btated to the couit
that the witness for the prosecution
had disappeared from the Queen's
Hospital where ho had been treutel
rlnce lie was cut iTp by Ihe defendant
in a fight on Nuuaiiu street. In tho
meantime, Chief of I)electlveMcf)ur
fle will endeavor to locale the man
nnd bring him before the court.
Eleven prominent Chluese(hulclieui
whose trial wnri set for tills morning
once more r,- a continuance at (ho
icqucst of A. 3. ltuniliroyH,"iliclr at
torney. The trial will como up net
MILLION WOMEN TO
VOTE FOR PRESIDENT
NHW YOKK, November 27. It will
bo the part of wisdom for next ) ear's
presidential candidates to do every
thing in their power to please the la
dles, fur almost n million of the fair
rex will be eligible to vnto for piesl
dent In 1912. Moro than bnlr nf II, n
total or 928,000 are In California,
granted cquaUsurfiiige this fall. Tho
remainder of the falr.oleis uio divid
ed between five other western 'Stales,
Colorado, lfiO.OOO: Washington. 120,
000; Utah, CG.OOO; Idaho, sS.OIMi, and
With nearly a million ballots nt
their .disposal, the women may bo a
very considerable factor In deciding
whether Taft nhallroinaln III Wash
Ington, or his place he taken by u
democrat, say leaders of tho suffrage
-BULLETIN ADfc PAY-
On Monday, Tueiday and Wednes
day, Dec. 18, 19 and 20, we will keep
"open ONE HOUR LATER, or till 6 p.m.
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