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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOCULU, T. H, TUESDAY, DEC. 2t, 1911.
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j I'repn'rntlons for tlio sailors' ball,
Unit will lie Riven by the Merchants'
Association for the men of the fleet
lu-xt Krlilny night nt the Young Hotel,
, are coins forward, anil the affair prom-
I Ises to be ono of the events of the
liulldny season. Members of the Mer
I chants' Association are tnklnR much
Interest In the bnll, mul nothing will
be left undone to Insure the men of the
lleet tho heartiest of welcomes.
The Riand march' will begin nt 8
o'clock,, anil hundreds of dancers will
soon be upon tho lloor. llnwnilan
lultitet clubs will furnish the music
and decorntlons will be elaborate.
The various committee membership
nru beliiR made up now. Among tho
association olllcers, committee mem
bers and those who have been nsked
to assist In making the ball n success
nro l'resldent Oscar White of the as
nidation, O. C. Swain, James Mc
Inerny, A. J. Olgnoux, II. M. Hepburn,
I!. M. 'Cheatham, Kd. Thompson, Wal
ter Coombs, Daniel Logan, Kd. Towse,
Charles Crane, A. C. Mayer, Melvlll
Moucrlef. K. A. Hermit, It. O. Mnthe.
son. T. A. Hwlft. K. J. Morgnn. Kd.
tiekum. l'ercy Ueverlll. W. I. Schmidt,
W. It, Karrlngton, Walter Klein, fleorge
Kluegcl, niley Allen, (leorge II. Angus,
A, I'. Taylor, Wnlter Kendall, K. R.
Hodge, 0. 1). Wright, Conrad von
Ilamm, U D. Tlmtnoiis, W. A. Clark
MEDCALF BABY BURNED
ABOUT FACE AND HANDS
Kvrtyn Mcdcalf, tho tight months
old llttlo daughter of Clinton II. Meil-v-nlf,
whn n few weeks ngo resigned
Ills position ai) secretary to the Gov
ernor, has been soverely burned, no
cording to coast flics.
Mrs. Mcdcalf was staying at Ala
meda, Cal., and put tho little girl to
led one night leaving a lighted can
dle on the table nearby, Tho baby
crawled over to tho candle nnd pulled
n onto the bed setting lire, to her
nlght-shlrt. The mother camo In Just
In tltne to wrnp n blanket round, the
child but not before the little facn
and hands were severely burnt.
A negro dance nt tho Coka Ovens
district of Sydney, C. H, broke up In
a fight, In which one man 'was killed.
Klve negroes were nrrested.
A Sure Cure
&r Catarrh. Hsr Fever, CtM In the Head
Contains iMthlng: harmful.
C i iWr Is ess sli.. Pries SOc
Bro. hiliili Cmmum Htrhtla
Stonich.Llvrf, KlJn.y anj Blai4r ktmsoy,
BlooJ Punfl.r. ACirMtMtdlclM.
llMiko Hit Cures.
met, 11.00 otr tHiiut, j lor s.jo, e tor j.oe
Honolulu Drug Co.
Maunakta, On Block From Hotel 8L
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THE LATEST IDEA8 IN
Fort Street Upstairs, In Boston Block
LYL13 A. DICKEY was numbered
among 'the returning passengers In
the Matson Navigation stonmer Wll
helmlna thla morning.
J. A. HATH, of Palnmn Settlement
work, Is back from an extended trip
to the mainland. He returned this
morning in the Wllhelmlna.
TSOK KAI T8B, secretary to the
Chinese legation nt San Francisco, Is
returning to China ns a passenger In
the I'acinc Mall liner Siberia.
KHKD W, WICIIMAN was among
tho passengers who returned from the
mainland In the Matson Navigation
steamer Wllhelmlna this morning.
DR. AND MHS. A. O. 110UQ1N3
ore bnck from u pleasant tour of the
malnlnnd and the coast, arriving yes
terday as passengers n the Siberia.
ATTORNEY li A. DOUTHITT wns
an arrival from tho coast yesterday
In the Pacific Mall liner Siberia after
an extended business trip on tho
W. WOLTERS, n well known cap
italist of this city, ban returned from
a business trip to the mainland. He
arrived as a passenger In the I'acinc
Mall liner Siberia.
JAMES T. LYNN nnd John It. Mice,
two well known Detroit business men,
passed through the city yesterday1 as
orient-bound passengers In tho Pa
cific Mall liner Siberia.
II. A. WBINLANU, who has been
sent down from California to assist In
tho campaign of extermination of the
fruit fly, was an arrival this morning
In the Wllhelmlna. He Is accompanied
by Mrs. Wclnland.
DAVID L. W1TIIINOTON, who mndo
a speedy trip to the mainland to wit
ness a series of football matches
played at, eastern college meets, was a
returning passenger In the Matson
Navigation steamer Wllhelmlna.
J. L. STACK, one of the prominent
advertising men of the country with
headquarters at Chicago, who pur
chased a beautiful bench property
here, arrived In the Siberia yesterday.
He will apend a portion of the winter
In the Islands.
MRS. CHARLES DREW, wife of
' iirscr Drew of the Matson Naviga
tion steamer Wllhelmlna, accompanied
her husband on the last voyage of that
liner to Honolulu. Mrs. Drew will
be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John
Drew or this city.
J. A. ami), son of Manager Qlbb of
Honolulu Plantation, was an arrival
from the coast In tho Matson steamer
Wllhelmlna' this morning. At the
Christmas celebration held on board
that vessel Mr. Qlbb very admirably
took the part of Santa Claus.
' GEOUCJE P. DENISON, superinten
dent of the Ouhu 'Railroad, has re
turned from a trip which combined
business and pleasure. He visited the
springs at Paso Roblos, California,
while away. Mr. Danlson returned In
tho Siberia yesterday much im
proved In health. I
ALFRED U DIACK, former mayor
of the city of Uclllngbam, Wash., ac
companied by Mm, Dlack ami son,
Francis, were arrivals this morning In
the Matson Navigation steamer Wll
helmlna. Mrs. Hlack is prominently
Identified with society circles In the
Pacific Northwest city.
CHARLES M. SWIFT, at the head
ofa large syndicate1 of capitalists who
are putting through an extended sys
tem of railroads throughout the Phil
ippine Islands, arrived In tlie.l'uclllc
Mall steamer Siberia yesterday. He
will remain over here for a short time
beforo resuming the journey to Ma
nila. ALFRED W. CARTER, who has
been making an extended business
tour of the mainland In the Interests
of the Purker Ranch, was an arrival
yesterday In the Siberia: White away
ha purchased some high grade cattle.
Mrs. Carter and Miss Juliet Carter ac
companied hi in on a portion of tho
KD. PECK, a section overseer In
(he employ of the Maul Agricultural
Company, at Pala', will enter the hos
pital today to bo operated on for ap;
jieiidicltis. He had a sudden attack
on Maul laBt week and was rushed to
Honolulu on the Lurllno but Improved
somewhat so It was decided to not op
erate until after tho Christmas holi
day. CAPTAIN MARK SCOTT, of Manila.
Philippine Islands, who represented
tho Philippine Carnival Association. on
a tour of the mainland In quest of
attractions for the big show to bo
Elvfn during February, passed
througli Honolulu yesterday as a pas
senger In the Pacific Mall liner Si
beria. Captain Scott has secured a
line line of spectacular attractions for
WATER MEN PREPARE
FOR ANNUAL REPORT
J. n. Stewart of .the water research
department Is up .from Maul going
oved all the details of the forthcom
ing report with Water Chief W. F.
Mnrlln. He leaves again tonight and
will stay another fortnight before
coming Into the offlco to commence
steady work on the compilation of the
During the fortnight he will be In
Maul he will circle the Island and
:ook up a numbor of little points that
need checking before they can be put
In the report. Stewart has Just finish
ed a' detailed survey of the ditch trail
llatrlct and has some Interesting flg-
vres to write up about that part of
Wanted! Fifty wore decorated
nutos (or the Floral Parade, (let lu
line (or the biggest carnival o( all.
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J Fast, Furious and Funny,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27
Big Show by
HUGHES MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
Given' under Auspices of Loyal Order
of Moose tor tho benefit of the
Ilulldlng Fund of King's
TWO SHOWS 7:30 p. m., 9:30 p. m.
Monday Wednesday Friday
FOR ONE WEEK
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FINE DOUBLE BILL
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These oaetere and tip,
because of their Feltoid
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stain. A test proves It.
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Dining Tables, - $3.60 upwards
Box .Lounges, with Head, to $15.75
Box Lounges, plain, - - 913.50
FINK8T WHITE MATTING PATENT HINOE8
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Orange Blossom Candies
The most popular candfn on the Coast Order now for tho
Holidays. Wo will keep It fresh until you want it.
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