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s' TI0N0LULT7 STAH BULLETIN, SATODAT. .TAX. 17. 101 . rtvn STANDING COMMITTEES OF VAIALAE, illld ID PALOLO IMPROVERS ey a Lot lira If E 4mafear Night TONIGHT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Armon & m Armon Refined Comedy Instrumentalists -SOME FAST PLAYING" The Afkigue Sisters In New Songs and Dances. Follow ing ii the lis' of standing committee of Walalae. Kaimuki and I'alolo Improvement Club apiointed by the president and directors, at the last meeting of the club: Roads and Transportation A. V. ( lark, chairman; T. M. Church. W. R. Foster. F. II. Kilbey, W. E. Shaw. Water and Lights Vv H. Bromley, chairman; E. A. Berndt, E. R. Dath, J. F. CbJM. E. O. Farm. Sidewalks and Curbing Ben Hoi linger, chairman; F. C. Betters, A. A. Dunn. JameB Guild. G. C. Hofgaard. Parks and Scenic Improvements G. H. Tuttle, chairman; L. G. Black- man, C. 3. Crane, Hon. Chas. F. Clem ons. Hen. J. T. de Bolt. Sanitation Ed Towse. chairman; W. K. Maepherson, S. S. Peck. E. W. Quinn. Alex. May. Publicity E. A. Berndt. chairman; Ed Towse. C. F. Merrill. Territorial and County Legislation T. M. Church. chairman; E. A Douthitr. J. J. Fern. Dan Iogan. Ed Towse. Zeno K. Myers, Clem K. Quiim. Membership and Boosting Harry T. Mills, chairman. A. A. Aalberg. E. H. Boyen. James L. Friel. M. K. Hulu, Clia. N. Marquez. Carl Nieper, A. F Thayer. E. J. Morgan. Auditing. Jag. R. M. Maclean, chair man; H. C. Hapai. Ralph S. John stone. Entertainment H G. Davis, chair man Capt. Henry Berger. A. F Cooke. Geo. W. R. King, Ray B. Rie- tok. Jack Milton. H. A. Schraeder. Police V. R. Foster, chairman; M. H.'Sanders. Fred Weed. Tmstees T. M. Church, chairman; E. A. Berndt, Dan Logan. Delegates to Central Improvement Committee E. A. Berndt. A. F. Clark. C. S. Crane. T. M. Church. W. R. Fos ter, G. H. Tuttle. Father Valentin. DE HOME COMPLIMENTED BYTHE CRITICS VMM Special Feature TWICE DAILY 2:15 and 7 P. M. -Rose Beads" ? In All Colors; i HAWAII A SOUTH '-;. EAS CUR,0 CO. ; . Young Building - m TKe Gigantic ; Slaughter Sale" Ii BtfiVcxf if ltS Hotel"tfeet - m. r.: B .E N.N V. ' ? " 4 y 6 v -x- V-v. Morning Music Club Recital One of the most delightful affairs of the week was the monthly recital given by the Morning Music Club on Wednesday at the studio of Miss Mar garet Clark. Punahou. Although It was a closed meeting. the attendance was large, everyone thoroughly appre ciating the unusually fine program rendered. A quartet composed of Miss Alice Hoppev cello; Mrs. A. B. Ingalls. violin; Miss Elizabeth Hop per, violin, and Mrs. E. A. Ross, vio lin, opened with the first number. A piano solo by Miss Margaret Clark followed, after which came a violin solo by Mrs. EL A. Ross accompanied by Miss Gatfield, a four-har..'ed piano selection rendered 'by Miss Gatfield, Mrs Frank Atberton, Mrs. W. Ket chum and Ms. Kenneth Barnes, a song by Mrs. Theodore Richards, a song by Miss Lucy Ward and a musi cal recitation by Mrs. Hubbard, ac companied by Mrs. Will Whitney. 6 Miss Atherton's Bridge. Miss Marenerite McClelland of Ha waii was the guest of honor at a very delightful evening bridge party on Monday given by Miss Violet Ather toil at her home on King street In teresting rubbers or auction were played, books being finally awarded as prizes to Mrs. Frank Hoogs and Mr. 'Stanley McKenzie. Among those ' ' i 1 I ..the. "regal ima ; rine ewgine : - The Fisherman V-?vFavorltev,; I HENRY E. WALKER, r Ter 1681- Bex 33 . : Kawaiahao Street fflCroCCAPTIEJf Yvonne d TreTillc. prima donna, who will he beard In concerts In Ho j present were Miss Marguerite McClel nolnln Jan. 31 and Feb. 5. land, Miss Marjory Gilman, Miss Alice 1 ... ; ."" Hoogs, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoogs, A Yvonne de' Treville, " who 4 arrives Mr. and Mrs. John Guard,' Mr. Stan- here January .27 and wlir give two lev McKenzie. Mr. Piercy Nottage.i iCoacjytaintiiywaJJ&n Opera-Mr. Ned'looflits.atld' Mr. Percy Dev iicyae. cas .beeni jnore than usually erill. favored by the critical European w. $ 4 4 sic, lovers. It is considered an yn-' , . . foinysr aimhiu nfMT.t. Mrs. Bartietts uuncneon. , . r- m Vm. th to rtf ha .n. A very charming luncheon was giv- ental criUcs and Miss de Treville re- en by Mrs. Charles Bartiett on Wed- Inesdav at her home at Kahala. A ure; ' -r ; 1 ' j pink color scheme was effectively car- Dr. Wilhelm KlenzeU a noted com- rled out wIta huge pink carnations noser and critic, said the'followine of and tulle. After luncheon bridge oc-i the, American singer: tlYvonne de cupied the time, a lovely basket of Treville is a prima donna, of the high- terns going to miss Harriet tJaiiance est rank: In her vocal .art, which re- as a prize. Among those present were, calls the test epoch of the Italian Mrs. D. Appell. Mrs. Sarah Newcomb, virtuoso, everything is at the highest Miss Harriet Ballance, Mrs. William point of perfection.; Add to this per- MacDonald, Mrs. George Jemerson, fect taste,. a f lovely t warmth of inter- Mrs. Tower, Mrs. G. F. Humbert and pretaUOn'thaf; IsTrkreliMnet with In the hostess. a Coloratura smger. .' 0 , AUDIT COMPANY OF 124 BETHEL STREET, P.7tX Bof 44t , ! Telephone 2035 M- Busgestlont olven for elmpllfylng or systematizing of flea work. AH business confidential. Conducts all classes of Audits and , Investigations, and furnishes Reportr en alt kinds of flnanctalVork. t CHILDREN ARE UNABLE TO RESCUE MOTHER From' the Fremdenblatt, published in , Austria, Vienna, - where Miss de The chaperones for the HufAu Kal Treville made ; a notable appearance, daDce t0 be eiven next Saturday are the press wrote of her in the follow- Princess Kaianianaoie, Mrs. Lben ine comnlimentarv forms iLow, Mrs. J. D. Stacker, Mrs. Pierre "Yvonne de Treville's voice shines Jojies and Mrs. A. E. Murphy. The af- In youthful splendor. Her art has 'air will be held at the Outrigger attained its zenith. She is an artiste Club and promises to be well attend In; full possession o her powers, ed- x knowJerge; youth f and i temperament, ' aosoiuieiy natural ana aDsoiuteiyf Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. LOwrey spontaieous. She has 'been equally entertained at dinner on Friday night Biftedth all nature's charms. in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Her voice. is of refreshing quality Snowden of Portland. The affair was in all registers,. full and flexible; the entirely informal, other guests being umbre permits of the fullest crescen- Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Lowrey, Mr. do and melting pianissimo; the into- Frederick D. Lowrey, Miss Beatrice nation is faultlessly pure, and the 2 Castle and Mr. Alan Lnwrev. octave scales compel our admiration 4 4 4 by helrevenness, : And, as de Tre- Mr unH mc Tn xim nr Pa. vitte adds ;td i these great gifts a mar- paaloa announce the engagement of velous facility of execution, she is a H,ffhf, MtD r vji, Tn M. 01U6",Mr. John W. Waters, also of Papaaloa. o a. v u tiuiv i m The dates for the finncertu hiive been arraneed for Saturday Jannnrv ' Mrs- oam Jonnson ot Fanoa, Hawaii, 31, and Thursday, February 5. PEOPLE IN HONOLULU . ARE AMAZED r - - - I No medicine has ever caused such amazement in Honolulu as the simple j mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc. known as Adler-l-ka. This rem- is spending a few days in town as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Douth-Itt. THE PARABLES ,edy drains such surprising amounts of r , , , I ftul matter from the body that it is i ij .ii .w.ij known as the most thorough bowel DAWSON (Y. T.) On Christmas cleanser sold. Adler-i-ka acts on eve at Coal creek, about SO miles BOTH the upper and lower bowel and north rt Ta tt'tnn l rn Itannn van JTTST ON'K DOSK rplieves rnnafina. homot tn Hoath in ur hcKnH tion and eas on the sfnmarh niTTinct theological hellers may was absent at the time. Two small IMMEDIATELY. The Hollister Drug children, with their mother, were in Company. advertisement. the vbin. The children awoke and escaped In their night clothes. They . The officials of the Kakaako Mis were unable to arouse their mother. Bjon yesterday caused the removal to OF JESUS Perhaps the nude truth is a statement of facts. , the Queen's hospital of Ah Fong. a bare 3cung Chinese boy suffering from ty phoid fever. r SCATTtLtr m&s. LESS FLOUR JSSq Jesus was a master leachrr. Every-1 . 1 A. 1 1 1 A. 4. . ' f)ne acinus mis, 11 manor w uai mis; he or iiow j much or how little f Deity he asenhos to Jesus. And in ro part of His teaching does He sh'.v. such a mas terful insight into hum; r. life , His parables. The Sundav morning Bible class , conducted by the associate minister j of Central Union church. Rev. A. A. j Ebersole? in the Kilohana building, corner of Beretania and Miller strets, is making a study of this interesting body of teachings. It will be well worth the extra effort to get out an i hour earlier to attend this class. j Already 60 have enrolled, about an equal number of young men and y ung women. There is room for 100. The class is especially for young ', men and young women. All who feel i that thev can properly be called voting ' are invited. No hard and fast ago lines are drawn. Tome Sunday morning. The class meets at 10 o'clock. 1 Ml 3 MYIncrny Park offers a loull invoHtnu-nt. IIoiv is a tbaneo to hh uiv ji hnmcsite or make a lih of money. Or lo as many people artMioinj tcxlay : ImiM a homo in Melnorny Park, Hvp I here and watch your holding inenase in value. Nowhere in Honolulu is there the same chance offered the small investor. The price of the land is low within the reach of-everyone. $350 buys a lofi 50 .by 100 feet. Anil the ! pav -mrnts are so easy 1.10 down and $10 a month with interest at 0 per cent. . : i-- ; " -. r Mill ''' V - V When' the Pearl Harbor Xaval Station is opened .a vast army, of cjVi) mployea .will 'k:.Homev-.' in Honhlulu. Each will want a location near his work. . . - f ' " ' Mcliierny Park is locatnl at the desired point, on the town side of the Bishop Museum find nearer the mountains. It w ill be the place where most of these people will locate. ' t Apart from this fact the natural growth of Honolulu is in this direction. The tendency of the- age is toward homes in the hills within convenient distance of the city. 4 . ' A tic '- - ... ' OX THE SLOPES OF PAL A MA HILL, overlooking the city, the bay ami. the far:away Waianae lountains., is an idea 1 place for a home. Cool breezes blow gently throughout the day, niaking the air bracing and comfortable. Above the tract is the Palatini reservoir, filled with an abundant supply of pure artesian wa ter. Pelow, w ithin six minute s' walk, is the King street line of the Honolulu. Rapid Transit Company. Convenient to the city, McTnerny Park possesses all the delightful freshness of a suburban site. For the children there are the schools of Kaiulani, Kamehameha and Ivalihiwacna within easy walking distance. The land is gently sloping. Nat ural drainage insures jH'ifect sanitation. An Expert Says: The Best Real Estate Bay In Honolulu $350 per Lot; $50 down and $10 per month So D n Call or Phone. Make an appointment or visit our agent on the tract. 1L i-( sir. I ' TV- ' 'i. V I . ' i i r.r ; 1 rs.. ! 1 ' M .a VP l 'i. 3 " -;