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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, DEC. 29, 1911.
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At Manufacturers' Prices
See Our Window Display
L.B. Kerr & Co.
$1.00 FOR BOX
KAM CHONG CO.
FORT AND DZRCTANIA 8TREET8 HARRISON BLOCK
MAY BE SLASHED
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iiilttco and $250 of the $750 which wo
..fro turning over ejqh month to tlio
lit. JPark commission, " ileclaies Dwlglit,
I'ili&f "If we arc so short handed ns In
filUO UpiUIUU U l(JllIJeiB Ul I1IU WMJd Ulllll llTU IIUV1VD II IlllllUIIIII IIUIll uiiu
ffpnt menus citnnilttee, then I would ono lu which payment might be held
"jfor ono be In faior cf a general and up by tho uudltor for failure to com
.iTwrepIng reduction In all salirics paid ply with the luw.
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njnty, '"' lu "'"""i"" Kiii-.
'fif'iV-Tlie elty father met nt noon to-
p winy, ai which umv u new uiuu u
.aIiii municipal hudROI for the next six
i - Ai'""'tllfi WBS 'rtniKlit ui for consldora-
itfun' n laaKo (o llrst reading and lo
ILow Standi Firm Against Auto Trucks
.r Chairman Low talsos n firm stund
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sjiKiiniai uiu iiinuiiiun ui ,,,..vv, iui 0 u0 (am olll ot (no genenii jicrmu
LUjnr addltlimal nulo trucks. Ho ills- Pnt Improvement and school funds
Jijiits uu tho Item iik In his opinion far gniarCs and othor expenses.
.no nouuves nun u win i'iipiu mo
Tniad deniiitment. He lucdlcts tllltl
lth Iho aiiiiiuiiilullnn of tills Bum tar,
F; jdillllonal llro npruralus, much road
win nnve 10 no ciiininiiieii. no hi-
JJats that tho money to bo spent "r(
tlio nro truc'u cannot bo taken from
the specified sum of $l25.imo fur wr-
,,iii.metit Iniprineiiient. as In Iho op-
I11U111 of as high en authority as Qv -
jcfnnr Pienr Hie nnln triicks caniint
I 0 legully classed us 11 permanent Im
!&. Tho board spent the better pirt of
two bourn lust ewuiliig in 11 desultory" $25; engineer's ofllco, $790; fill) do
'.'lllieussloii of iho various provisions narliuont. $3,905: Hawaiian baud. $1.-
S11 Din nppioiilatlon bill. It roni!ilii -
t,l for JH'imly City nnd County At -
irney .Mllerl'ii lu enter Iho hroicli
Mill lull the assembled incinborH that
nu'iiHuro vilili'li limy nail iirniied
nml wero nliout In puss, wuh tin lllo-
Hiit ilix'iiiuimt In Hint II did not com-
Ipiy Willi Din iirmlsliiiis uf thosii lann
Jpaunod by the hint li'Kl'lujtire
75 CENTS A PAIR
35c a pair
OF 3 PAIRS
Bard Worked Overtime.
Upon MIUcrton'R advice, the meet
ing ennio to nu abrupt lermlnulion
ami the supervisors got busy tills
learning In un attempt to frnino up
tlio budget In a nuinner which would
bring about a separation of tlio sev
eral IteniB of expense under their
pioper classification. Mllverton also
took tlio stand that In his opinion,
permanent Improvetiientti shotiM lm-
ply such matters as the widening of
Hotel street, new roads, bridges or
school houses. Ho considered the'
j low and Dwlont continue to Distent.
Th0 appropriation bill to become a
)aw wlIJ lmvo Ul0 B1,pj0rt of Jle-
eiellun. Murray, Krugcr, Amnna and
Arnold, Dwlglit and l,ow havo al-
H.a,iy Kono 0 record as against the
I funis, which the majority taction In-
stst m8t E0 Into tho bill. Tho total
umotint for Iho six months Is $t23.130,
now tiie Money Goes,
An nvn, iiw.i.unn.i .iMinrj ta n..,.,.,.
,,rated for advertising for the six
,.,,,1,11,8. Monthly nppi-oprlatlons In-
cj0 Associated Charities $100; at-
,,.,, B ,6putlea and ofllco employ,
CcB C90; auditor's otllce, $400; Imlht
,-,B nn,i plumbing inspectm's ofllce,
150; cty and county physicians,
.igr.; city clerk's ofllce. $520: colloc-
jt0u of gaihago $1,830; district court
rmplnyocs, $130; Hawaii Promotion
Committee, $250; maintenance. Knplo
jnn jrtrK-, $700; donation I.cahl Homo
j835; iiiulntenaiico Jails, $1,055; isillos
.tlepuitiuciit ninliitonniirci saluiiCB, $8,-
tin: eli'ctilo llghl Bsslem, $825i main-
louiuiro of prlBiineiH, $700; Muii
I'iiiii'k liichleulnU, $75; ImalilcH nu
cnli'Miilunioni fund 'f $50ii fur sh
iiiontlis; Biitiltury liisperluis, $030,
Tho list also Includes 11 I.iiko iiiiiii
lor of uppiiipilallouu for tliu kx
ELKS WILL BE
Honolulu Klks will be tlie hosts lo
nlfilit lit one of the blgKunt smokers
lu hi for n 1onu time, wild the ttlks of
tiro l'uclllc crutwr Meet na kuckU. A
Hue concert bus been prtpurcd under
tliu illieetlon of William Duuthltt, nnd
iniiiiy ltK.nl vnudeWlle nets lire prom
ised, Tlio iirogrnin will Include sev
ernl member of the Htmlies Murdcnl
I'uiniily Company under the direction
of V. It. Hughes. The two comedians,
Mr. l.ydMon nnd Minn Cliiy, will be In
on tills portion of the entertainment.
The Mimes Early nnd Tltcli hnve nlso
(oiiKrnted to slnK two or three num
ber. The ftlnr piano player In the
fleet, II. II. Mnclt, will be present.
The "Imperial Dovch" will rIvo five
hula dances. Thexo will he the bent In
the Ioiik series of Hawaiian dances,
unil they nre Mire to make n lilt. The
KlkH unnt the lleet men to nee the real
hula nnd purpose giving It to them.
Krnest Kiinl' glee club Is down for
a few numbers, wlillo C. Hprlng and V.
I.. rriincl will present the "Texan
Tommy" ilume. Htrgennt Clin. Walil,
the "apotllKht comedian," will give a
monoloKne, nnd Dr. Ilnrly, the
"l'xclilc MyMery," will mystify Jhe
audience. Jnmex Dougherty, the Klk
tenor, will kIp n foy songs, nnd Cieo.
Dyson, also a tenor, will be heard.
"Iloli" While of the California, H
II. O'llrlen nnd Mr. McKenzle will bo
In the receiving line nt the club, nnd
U A. Douthltl will preside na master
of ceremonies. A stnge I being built
III the lodge hall nnd equipped with nit
Progress linKii't spoiled the Ilnwnl
laiiM, I'rlnce Kulilo told a newspaper
reporter In Chicago. The Kxamlncr of
that city tuiyM.'
Jonnh Kuhlo Knhinlanaole, prlnca of
the royal blood of Hawaii, chosen by
bin pioplo to represent them as Ter
rltorhl DeUgatu to Congress nnd bet
ter known to his friend as "Prince
Cupid." paid ii flying visit to Chicago
yesterday on Ills way to Washington
with IiIh wife, tlio princess. They ar
rived nt 11:20 a. m. and left last night.
l'rlnco .Cupid Is noted for his affa
blllty, He beamed when n reporter
for the i:x:unlncr addressed him byhU
name, which he seldom hears pro
nounced twice In the sumo way.
"Alolm," said the prince, that being
tlio Hawaiian form of greeting.
"Alolm oe," answered lh reporter.
Hint being correct Kanaka for "hello
"Lei's talk English, tlio same kind
they wero teaching In the Huwnllan
public schools for nliout ten years be
fore the Islands wero annexed," sug
gested the prince, who then discoursed
upon the remarkable strides that prog
ress Is making In the Islands,
"Hut tie progress hasn't spoiled
them one bit," he asserted. "They still
shoot tin) breakers' at Wnlklkl and the
people nro happy.
SHOW MOVING PICTURES
OF M0L0KAI SETLEMENT
Thq first of a series of moving pic
ture shows arranged for by tho
Health Hoard was given nt the Kallhl
receiving station during this week by
It. K. Ilonlne. He showed pictures
of the' islands and had two reels de
picting life at the leper settlement on
The people at the receiving station
were very much Interested lu the two
lust as most of them expect to go
there at one time or another and
while the pictures were running thoy
also saw many or their friends und
relatives shown on the screen.
Tho pictures nre- ulso to be shown
nt the Kuplolunl Olrls' Home and the
Kallhl Hoys' home.
8PECIAL EDITION NOTICE.
Notts far sketches, and, views or
photographs, promised for the Even
ing Bulletin's 1912 epeelal edition,
should be sent in at onoe, as the edi
tion le being printed and gotten reedy
lor distribution on Floral Tarade Dy,
The edition will be an Amerloan-Ha-wall
edition containing a description
of every sugar property In the Islands.
Much epace will be devoted to de
scriptive and statistical information
regarding minor Island Industries.
1 There are epeelal eectlons regarding
plantation peoole and general Ameri
can builneia Institution!.
8tnd In your picture! and copy notes
at once, Addrett, Special Edition, Bul
letin Publishing Co., Honolulu.
I'nrgrt (lie huimiia.tm's mid re.
meiiilMT the Flurul l'uruilr.
months not prn-rutcd such us burial
of Indigent dead $900, court expenses
ilrst circuit coin 1, $7250; hospital ex.
pense, $9,000; registration lexpcnsoi
$1,000; iiiiiliilenatiro schools, $8,750,
and lllidni liet'imiiiftlit IniiirnvumAiit
Mich Hems ns lintel street widening
V.'uloilnwii load mill luniiiiBu of nlec
tile lllilitliii; lilitlit PKKU'h'atlliK 0S
AT CITY HALL
Old Santa Clnus Missed through the
,corrhlors of "city hall" the oilier day
.and left substantial remembrances In
Hie varlgated hosiery of some favor
ed and loyal Republican workers In
tlio municipal vineyard.
Despite all the hue and cry of fast
depleting treasury, and the warning
sounded by Supervisor Dwlglit, that
the City and County of Honolulu will
register warrants within the next six
months, the city fathers In carving
Ihe three-quarter of n million melon,
nt their disposal In tlio framing of an
appropriation bill, remembered ev-
( rnl of the faithful party workers by
tubstnutlal talses in monthly salaries.
Among those noted are: ,
James W. l.loyd, in Iho auditor's
offlco, Is raised from $150 to $173,
A, S. Kalclopu, olllco of the build
ing and plumblnfe' Inspector, $80 to
Miss K. Arnold, ofllco of the city
ph)s!clnn, $75 to $90.
Chan. Coster, head of -the girlngo
department. $100 to $125; A. St. C
l'llanaln, clerk, $S0 to $85.
Chris. J. Winis, engineer's ofllco
$1G5 to $175.
Julius Ascli, Jailer, $150 to $ 1 CO.
S. C. Stlbbard, electric light do
partment, $125 to $135; flejirga Ma
lic, $85 to $90; Claudo Iluupll. $8. to
$J0; John Spencer, $75 to $80.
Charles lleeves, In charge of tiro
and ikiIIco alarm ostein, $135 to
,$U0; Charles I'umokti, $75 to $80.
Chris J. Holt und James Boyd, meat
nnd food Inspectors, $100 to $110.
Ono relief driver, fire department.
$70 to $85.
Three additional foot police, $70
cich per month; ttlx mounted patrol
men additional, $95i four Bieclal offi
cers, $85, a total or $1120 per month
additional for the police department
Plans have now been put out by
."Superintendent of Public Works Mars
ton Campbell In connection with the
owornge s stems for the Kapalamu
district. The proposed pumping sta
tion has been dono nway with and
I The ninltcr'iwas.ilirouKht up at the
meeting or tlio bo.inl of health yes
terday and declared Impractlblo by
Professor Keller or the Collcgo or Ha
waii. The plans cull for a drop of
five feet In tlio mile and although
I this might bo all .right when every
thing U perfect, Keller states that il
does not work out under ordinary con-
Campbell stated later that (hero
' had been a misunderstanding by the
.members of the board nnd Hint the
I drop or flvo feet in tlio mile only ap
plies as a minimum n-nl to the lower
jpart of tlio sewer. The ntlier part
has o, greater fall and the added Iiiit
pulso of this will help out In tho
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
The Christmas Chimney, with the
personification of Satitn Clans at the
Christian chinch on Alukoa street lust
evening, was 11 most entertaining pro
gram. The seats or the church would
not ucconimodnto the lurge number
or people, that came, und seemed to
enjoy It all as well as did the little
With Mrs. Harriet Evans at the pi
ano, tliu young people who hud tlio
program In charge did their parts In
n most entertaining way. Old Bantu
handed out presents to nil the chil
dren und there was a box ot candy
for everybody In the room.
Tho church was quite prettily dec
orated for the occasion, and when the
"nice old follow" was about to u
pear the mystery was added to through
having the lights turned down.
BANANA CASE TO GO
TO SUPREME COURT
Tho writ of error filed by the at
torney general's department In con
nection with tho judgment handed
down by JuiIko Cooper In tho circuit
court lu the case of tho Territory vh
fleoigo Lucas, churned with havliiK
bunanus on his land, will now como
up before the supreme court,
It Is thought that two of the circuit
court Judges will be culled In to Kit
on the ensi) witli Justlco Do Holt, Tho
chief Justice Is dlsqtliillllod owing lo
relationship while Justlco l'urry Is uli
sent fiom town,
In all iiiobablllty the lioarlug on
tho amended complaint will bo con
tinued over until tlio supiume court
elves Its decision on tho writ.
kit H 1 1 HI nor var.
BHtlmrMBtl ft vl
i ! aamttw. mmmmnmtm
mhB haw ouinil
them to be itivii-l
Mttbte for cltarA
"The Flying Dutchman"
Featuring tho Famous
LEETLE GERMAN BAND
By Comedians Stanhope and Le Blanco
SATURDAY MATINEE and NIGHT
U8UAL PRICES USUAL FUN
Monday Wednesday Friday
California! Song Bird in Selected
Frances and Bence
Singers and Impersonators
FINE DOUBLE BILL
There is but one abso
lutely scratchlete caster
These casters and tip,
because of their Feltoid
construction) do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves it.
For eale by
J. Hopp & Co,
OAHU FURNITURE QQ.
King Street, appeelU Young Hotel
P. O. Boa U0 Pbonu 10(1
Maunakea, One Block From Hotel St.
Trained Monkeys j
Positively the Best and ,
Higheit-8alarled Act Ever I
8een in a Local Theater
Odell and Hart
America's Greatest Eccentrio Comedy
Singing, Dancing and
ALL NEW PICTURES
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Whitney & Marsh,
French and "Home-Made"
will begin on
Box Lounges, with Head, to $15.75
, Box Lounges, plain, - - $13.50
Always Low Pr led Goods, all
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KING AND ALAKEA STREETS
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" 47 ? SSSsirififll
1 1 aan
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& 1 H lSBBt JP
Tai LOy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Emkroilery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanv Sts.
THE MODERN SUBSTITUTE
FOR THE HOT WATER. BOTTLE
A flexible pad heated by electricity. Requires no
mora current thana 16-c.p. lamp. Attachable to
any lamp eocket.
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If It's Paint
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- 83.60 uuwards I
the year round the same, at
Porcelain lined, with every
compartment In one piece.
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FORT AND QUEEN STREETS
Electric Co., Ltd.