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TIONOLULU 8TAp.BI7M.BTlN, MONDAY DKC. .0, 1912.
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For the New Year festivities
receive considerable attention.
your table arrangements will
The Dinner Table reflects your
good taste and judgment, therefore let it be just; so. Ve have
"everything in china, gla& -and silver to make the affair the"
W. W. DIM0ND & GO.
The Harriman estate, supposed to
. . . . - A
oe enormous, nas oeen lounox auer a
thorough , investigation to have
shrunk to a paltry 170,000,000.
i i n . iini
Cook plans to tour the Northwest
after leaving San Francisco, and go
to Washington to lay his claim before
the navy department.
Tho only ' baking powtlc
outdo from Royal Gpcpo
' ' xtrcam ol ' Tartar '
Change of Bill Tonight
World's fair Stock Company
John Vray & Virginia Brissac
TrcM-iilIng a peanonable .Sucre s, -CLYDE
H'Tl'IPS JIEST COMEDY
EV rUTI'IiKS am vaudeville
E ( J A E 31 E N T E XT KA 0 R I) 1 X ANY
AYJZAKU OF THE VIOLIX VXD HOW
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A SITE KB CAST. AX INTELLIGENT STOKY.
Although (Ijdo Fitch lias (lie distinction of Ixlnp author of
more comedy successes than anyone, the BLUE MOUSE" Js
unquestionably his host efforts-New York Herald. .
FOR THREE PERF0MANCES ONLY, C0MMENC-
, ING TONIGHT f. : ' . r
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moxE 3337 ron KESEKVED SEATS.
Prices: 25c, 50c and 75c
KETUKX OF THE
JOUKDAXE OFEKATIC (H'ARTET
'Vaudeville's Most 1M easing Singers.
LAST TWO DAYS -
K0NA GLEE CLUB
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?oap AVoelc begins Januarr 1. Iy Soap AVeok -we mean an entire week set aside
to FH.iulizq on the various. liura.of toilet and bath soaps earned in our immense stock.
AVe have just m-eived from Armour & Co., Chieapif, the, largest single order of assorted
Heap ever shipped to Hawaii, -over 15,000 eakes. fi
Kvery article made by Armour is manufactured from only the puw?st hnw'iuatr-
rial; and, whether you buy White Floating IJath Soapat (J0e a dozen, or Luxor Satin
Wrapped Toilet Soap at 1.00 a cake, we guaranteti absolute satisfaction. Look up your
soap wants and take advantage of the .'introductory prices during Soap Week.
A FEW OF THE LEADING KINDS A1SE JJSTED BELOW:
With each Soap purchase dur
ing the week we wll give free
a trial size cake of one of
JSr'r..1; odoJ: Armour's Toilet Soaps.
Sandalwood.- Lilac, Violet
And Heliotrope. ;
A liitrlily perfumed Toilet
oap In a handsome pack.
A custom jetul!ar to the club wo ''
j.jen of Honolulu is the retention of
the sarre officers ye ar after year. .
In rcarly all of the cases th? wo-!
men who have served on the board of ;
directors would like to have some i
i liangc made s that each micht be i
come, for a ytar or t. at least, one;
of the lay women. i
As the population in this city in-j
creases new members are fioefcinc: toj
each of the woman's organisations. '
Some of the new members are former
club women and have held offices in
other cities, still at the elections
their names are not proposed for of
fice. As the January meetings approach
more or less, thought is given to Uie
annual election, as many of the clubs
hold (heir elections at the beginning
of the new year.
In many cf the clubs a nominating
'committee is a'MKvnled by the presi-
. uy:n. .uni.eiiu;es uus comUtcP con
j&istfc of cue member and sometimes
j there are two or three members
j Earned. As a ru'a this -committee
j nominates the officers an 1 they are
accept cd. tirten the same officers
who are in office are renamed and
again serve on the board of directors.
In some of the clubs I he officers
arc not - allowed to serve more than
two consecutive years. This is not a
written by-law, but when, the clubs
were formed it was understood that
buch should be the case.
As a rule it is extremely difficult
to find a competent treasurer and sec-i
ret ary. These two offices entail a
good deal of work and very few wo
men lik6 to occupy either place,- A
secretary must of necessity be accur
ate, as must a treasurer. In organi-,
i zations where donations are asked of
a community the business raen like to
know that the treasurer is able and
fitted for the position she occupies
before giving large sums of money.
f Two of the best women secretaries
and treasurers in the woman's clubs
1 in Honolulu are in the Woman's Board
cf Missions. These two ladies. Mrs.
; B. F. Dillingham and Miss Sheely.
have eerved for a "number of years
and probably no one In th organiza
tion would be satisfied '-with new of-
ficers so long as these "ladles will
serve. ' "-i
With few exceptions 4 the women
j who hold the presidency, in the local
' clubs would like to see new presidents
i elected at least every five years. Nat-
j urally, it; takes mord? tjiad ' one -year
.for an officer , to become thoroughly
f itted for the work aad; ta feel compe
tent to carry on the wceeutive work.
. Jt is, well fer an officer t serve two
'brs three consecutive cartiifttf; when
desired 1 both" by: t hi? WieeT1 attd the
inembers of the club.tlVe years,' and
then she should 1e given a rest.
j Some of the presidents have gone
so far as to say that new "ideas al
ways are sure to come from the new
officers and that new women should
be given an opportunity to show their
ability. There are always as many
women in the laiety who are as com-
, petent as those who have been" in of-
flee, and if given ait .opportunity they
might bring aout scur.e excellent
changes in soma of the organizations.
In the Morning Musio- Club no pres
ident has served more u.an two con
secutive years and the board of di
rectors is usually changed every year.
In an organization of this kind the of
ficers may be changed so often but in
clubs where a great deal of money is
handled, such as the Free Kindergar
ten Association and the Woman's
Beard of Missions, 'it is th secretary
and treasurer who should Berve as
long as- they arc willing. Other of
ficers miht be, say those interested,
allowed to be active officers for cither
turee or live consecutive years.
Having bought liberally
for others why not buy a
SUIT or OVERCOAT for
yourself. We can fit you;
"THE STYLE CENTER" "
FORT and MERCHANT STREETS
Concert and Dance
K. of P. Hally
December 30, 1912.
Fine" Vocal and Instrumental Music.
The! best club that has come to
1 :: .Honolulu
Your Credit Is Good
MONDAY EVE .-.Dec -33
Box and Loge Seats .... $3,50
Orchestra . . ; v ...... 3.00 "
Dress Circl e . . . . . . .'. . , . . . 2.50
Last Two Rows, Dress -
Circle .. 2.00
First Row Balcony . ...... 1.50
Gallery ? ; ; , . . . . . . . . . . . , . - JO
Seats on Sale at Hawaii Pro
motion Rooms, Young Builds
ing, tomorrow morning, at 9
o'clock. " Phone 2345.
Ir8tt Psclf.o euvenir
Stort In th World
HAWAII A vUTH '
SEAS CURIO CO.
.- ; i Young Culldlnj
aro mad on tie latest London. ParU
and New Tork Custom Lt. .
REQAL 9HOE STOHf.
U AW LETS v. CAFETL'llI A
FORT, ST. NR. BERET AN I A. ;
lice Cream, Fresh Esrss, Raftsell Fresi
nottpr, JHIi and rream. .
WHOLESAI AND RETAIL.
. - ' iGIVE U3 A TRIAL.
! I s PHOXJK 4225. J
" "f NOW IM :::.- ::
Excfuslvt Yst tnexpentlvs Heai;sxr
MRS, BLACKSHEAR V
Haflson Bllc Fort 8U nr. Crtjn!a
I 1 1 m -
;t- t-f i-
(i odors 10c rake;
Supertar Soap,1 Ideal for Shampoo,
inp, rake 20rj box 50c.
" Tntnsparetit Violet (Jlyceritie Soap,
rake JOc; box Sic.
White Floating Soap, 6-ounre rake,
Certified ( ouiplcxlou Soap, uit;iiu.
Inr Witch llazel, cake, 20c; box of
four rakes T5r.
Fairkln Soap, four kinds: Oatmeal,
Honey, Clyeerine and ( u umber and
Ituttermilk, cake 10c: lux 2.c.
AHMOUirS TOILKT SOAP is sold oul.v at our stoiv.' W'v
soap at all i)rictM, ami variety suffk-ieiit to satisfy any demand.
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will have 011 display
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"Pape's Diapepsin" Ends Indi-
! gestion, Gas, Sourness in
j Five Minutes .
"Really does" put bad stomachs in
order "really does" ' overcome indi
gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn 'and
icurne8s in five minutes that just
tnat makes Pape's Diapepsin the
largest selling stomach regulator in
the world. If what you eat ferments
into stubborn lumps, you belch gas
rnd eructate sour, undigested food and
gcid; head is dizzy and aches; breath
foul; tongue coated; your insides fill
ed with bile and indigeiAible waste, re
member the moment DLapepun comes
in. contact with tht? stomach all such
distress vanishes. It's truly astonish
ing almost marvelous, and the jy is
its harmlessness. ,t -. ,V
A large fifty-cent cate of;Pape's;,Iia
pepsin will give you a hundred dollars
worth of satisfaction or your druggist
hands you your money back.
MILLINERY STOCK-TAKING SALE
Winter Millinery at Greatly reduced
1112 Fort St.
Only 'tablishmnt n th
quipped to do Dry Cloaninf.
Motorcycle and Bicycle
Also Tube Repairing
180 Merchant, nr. Alakea
S. SAIKI, Mgr.
ARTISTIC BUNG ILOW
over two days more and
come In and see the new
pictures ' which Santa
Claus brought on the Wil
helmina. Old Santa was
in good humor when he
brought them, too. Some
of them are too good to be
talked about now come
. see for yourself!
WILL OO IT
Wall :& Dougherty
WATCH REPAIRING -Alexander
It's worth its weight in gold to men J2 bedrooms and completely furnished
and women who can't get their stom
achs regulated. It belongs in your
home should always be kept handy
in case of a si'-k, sour, upset stomach
during the day or night. It's fhe
quickest, surest and most harmless
stomach doctor in the world. advertisement.
for housekeeping, close to car in
Kaimuki. Price $2."500. Terms.
Hotel & Union
the jlandard remedy
for coiK, hoarse
ness and throat af
fections, giving much
relief in the diseases
of the fungs, bronchi
tis and a.Mhm.i.
8END FOR FREE BOOKLETS
If you have overlooked any person
at Christmas give them a
WATCH us onow
L ' I I I I II II W.
They tell about the Trus-Cbn IlAe ;
of technical finishes and enamels for
all kinds cf painting, damp drooflng
and water proofing.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
SLnMtoIletln Ads are Best iJasInrW
Real Estate, Loans Iarestments,
ciTxiiA nr.nr.., merchant st.
MANU FACTU RER S S H O E CO."
i 1051 Fort St.
rt::-' Limiutf . ; ;"v
THE STORE FOR GOOD ;
Elk BuIWino K1nfl SteW
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
Anywhere at Any Time Call on "or
e. c. dakes advertising r
124 Sansome Street San Francisco
: Former Chief Justice Curry of the ;
California Supreme court haa Just
('.led on hia son's ranch near Dixon,' '
Cat, at the age of ninety-nine.