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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY, XOVEMliEK 15, lOlG;
It Does Not Take
FOR FIRST TIME
li have n j n iiy drawn AYill pn-pan-d, hut
the iiifuciic' of Mich a Will often rovers many
Do not run the risk of on.lanrin the com
fort and happiness of those U ieiilent upon you
by nelcetintf the important duty of niakin.u' a
Will mid appointing this, the oldest nd largest
Trust Company in Hawaii, as Kxecutnr.
A consultation with our (MTirers concerning
this important matter will place you under no
ohli-ation and it will undouhtedly prove of
"enuine value and assistance to you.
CAPITAL SUPPLUS(w)4 400,00002.
The Final Touch
iies all in the perfume! We
are now displaying our holiday
arrivals in the finest products
of foreign and domestic perfumes. Every line is com
plete. The woman of delicate discrimination will find
here just the dainty .perfume she desires.
SEE OUR WINDOW AND INSIDE DISPLAYS
C-i Agent3 for Eastman Kodak
Fort, near Hotel Street
Spend the Week-End at the
LEAVE HONOLULU SATURDAY . . . . . 3 P. M.
RETURN TUESDAY . . ....... , . ... . . ,!. . . . .7 A. M.
All expenses, $30.00
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
?hone 4941 Queen Street
is simply delicious when made with
JM Baking Powder
Pure Healthful Economical
The highest grade of baking powder pos
sible to buy and your money refunded
if it fails to satisfy. Ask your dealer,
Jaques Mfg. Co Chicago
: : t PHONE 2295 REACHES
Huotace-Peck Co., Ltd.
., , KlNCt OF ROCK AND 8AND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
AUt FIR2W00D And coal
13 QUEEN STREET . :- V ;
P. O. BOX 212
j Morning Reception, Appearance
of Pa-u Riders and Dance at
Night Make Up Program ,
In honor of the Kalakaua dynasty
which rulfd over the Hawaiian Isl
and for 22 years, Honolulu .will, cele
brate :ir.orrow, and the day will be
fillerl with many pleasant features.
Th big affair of the d;y will iK-cur
in the evening when the reception and
ball at the armory will be held. De
rtr.se of the illness of Queen l.iliuo
kaianl. she Will not be able to attend,
lut ia her place Prince and I'rincess
Kalanianaole sind' Princess Kawanana
koa will receive the guests. After
the recertlcn three orchestras will
furnish rmisie for the dancing ;ind a
Kala time i Is anticipated. A large
number of invitations have been Is
sued and tj be sure that n one was
overlcoked Princess Kawananakoa.
chairman 01 the invitation committee,
wishes all who have not received invi-.
tat ion s to go to the Promotion Com
mittee rooms on Bishop streets
The festivities of the day will be
gin in the morning when 21 pa-u
riders will eait.er at the Princess Auto
i Ftand on Kine street nnd from there.
, headed by Princess Theresa Wilcox,
"president and wife of the first dele
gate to congress, and Mrs. J. Fern,
vlccresldent, will march up : King
street to Aahi park. From there the
march will return on King and up Fort
to Hotel, then Pishop, King and up
Richards in Ihd midtneo nf Onoon
i Liliuokalani, tere a short call will
he maae. hrom the queen s residence
the riders will follow Heretania street
to Pensacola street to the home of
Princess Kawananakoa, where a recep
tion will be held from 9 to 12 in the
morning. Here a short sneech will he
,made by a member of the riders. In
,the evening the pa-u riders will1, at
i tend the ball in full costume of royal
: purple w ith leis around their necks
land a golden band on which is the
word Kaohelelani." the name of a des
cendant of the royal house of Keoua,
the father of the Kamehamehas.
The reception of Princess Kawana
nakoa is for HawaiiHns only and there
fore no one else will be permitted in
side the grounds unless they have a
special Invitation. -
Brig.-Gen. Frederick S, Strong, new
commander of the Hawaiian Depart
ment, U. S. Jarray, was elected presi
dent of the Aero Club of Hawaii at a
meeting of the board of governors at
army headquarters yesterday.
The retirement or Gen. Robert K.
Evans, one of the founders of the
young organization and its president,
necessitated the election of a succes
sor and Gen. Strong was the unani
mous choice of the governors. He had
been elected to the board of govern
ors a short time ago. . ;
Vice-President Forbes presided at
the meeting of the governors yester
day. Gen. Strong proved himself just
as enthusiastic a supporter of avia
tion in Haw ail and of the club's activi
ties as Gen. Evans, when, in a brief,
emphatic talk after his election, he
declared himself In hearty sympathy
with the past acticn and plans for the
future of the aero club. Another new
governor. Capt. Georce n cinru Pftm.
mandant at the Naval Station. Pearl
Harbor, was also present and marie a
iaiK snowing his Interest and enthu
siasm. ' v .
Foe the special entertainment of the
passengers and officers of the Great
Northern there will be an added mus:
cal feature this evening at Heinle's
Tavern, "on the beach at WaikikJ "
"Dude" Miller's Hui Nalu Glee
Club, the local boys who recently set
Ilroadwty raving about their Hawaiian
music In the big musical comedy hit
of the season, "Stop, Look and Listen,
wHl also furnish dancing music with
the regular orchestra this evening.
This will be quite a treat for, every
body and their appearance here
should make a bigger hit than it did
in "little old New York." Miss Jew :
Estes will also star as usual with her
delightful songs and ballads. '
An exceptionally fine menu will be
served ands'reservaUon should be mafie
early. Local society and army anl
navy folk are also most cordially In
vited to attend and bring their friends.
Pvt. James S.
from that iwst,
Since January 1 there were 1ST
homicides in New York.
ber 2. Masters
Mo., and is
has light brown'
Take a lrivate -
Lesson and learn your faults from
Madame Lester, I. O. O. P., Hall,
phone 1162, or The Romagoy, 3673.
Office hours: 9 a. m. to 6. p. m.,
I. O. O. F. Hall.
Children's class commencing Satur
day, Nov. ISth, 10 a, m.
GEN, STRONG TO
HEAD !A ERO CLUB,
THANKSGIVING DAY, whether it be one with
simple or elaborate plenty crovvned, is about the
oldest of the purely American Holidays.
As a fiesta day of patriotic importance, it is regarded as
a time when a bounteous plenty shall signalize the
dinner as one long to be remembered.
Ami that you have no scarcity of these things
whicli you may find in our stock. ;
Tlicrc is much more.
Roast Capon in jelly
Roast Chicken in jelly
Goose breasts, wings and joints
Pate de Foie Gras, in jars ;
Stuffed mushrooms ;
Cepes in oil -Puree
Petite Pois t:;';:;-'-':."-..
Choice Green Olives (stuffed or plain)
Ripe Olives -v: ..:;.
Assorted Fruits in tins
Plum Pudding Sauce
Fruit Cake: "; ;
Marrons in syrup
Marrons in Brandy
Sweet Cider . ' .
Caley & Co.'s
You will ' find it a reat help to
-heck the items in the above list
that you are likely to want, and to
order them early in order not to he
in doubt up to the last
minute as to what you
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PRIVATE DESERTS hair and ruddy complexion. He
J weighs 140 pounds and ig about : six
Masters, 1st Company,
is listed as a deserter
feet in height
having left on Xovem- EDWARD M. WATSON, associate
was born in SL Louis, iustice of the supreme court, and Mrs.
about 22 years of age. He Watson have returned to Honolulu
eyes, dark brown from a tour of the mainland,
agigagmDii3 Furniture and Piano KvDim
HONOLULU CONSTRUCT! ON & DRAYING CO., LTD.
PHONE 4 9-8-1
Kpicu rean we i ml 1 i sh this list 1 icl ov, all of
Lehnhardt's Chocolates, Sweets, Lowney 's
After Dinner Mints
Salted Almonds, Filberts and Pecans
Fancy Table Raisins
Figs in packages
Stuffed Dates and Figs in glass
Fresh California. Fruits and Vegetables
Cresca Anchovies in Sutter
Purity Plus Chicken, a la King, creamed
Cresca whole French Quails truffled and
stuffed with Foie Gras in tins
Cresca French Goose Liver Foie Gras
in tins : ;.;.'.
Cresca Glace Marrons in tins
Whole grilled Mushrooms in butter
Truffles Brossees in tins
Cresca Anchovies bottled and tinned
Golden Pheasant Scotch Toffee
Golden Pheasant small blacks v
Lyons Glace Assorted Fruits
Loju Loganberry Juice
Welch's and S. & W. Grape Juice
little disc to
English Snapping Crackers
BEAUTIFUL ORIENTAL GOODS
FONG INN & CO.
Nuuanu St., near Pauahi St.
J. J. BELSER, Manager
STORAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST.