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ftlllN'O MJLtifeTlN, HONOLtJUJ, T. H.FIUDAY, DEC.,2. 1909.
(Continued from Face I.)
Tepreswited'-Mary, Hhe'mother -wf
Jesus. That'uho-looVM beantlfnltnd
made a fitting representation of the"
Madonna goes without saying. The.
Dhepherda were Ruth Farrlngton, Bv
erett. Drown, Roy Bush, Wlllard -Ablet
nnd .Reynold 'Mcdrew. Tho players
wern Instructed by J. A. 'Wilder arfd
the result was a tribute to his artistic j
temperament and Iho'hnrd work that In auUcfpa'tlon of the crowning' event'
helhsjTput InMoTnake this carol tri ' of tomorrow. ThVbOya from theKa
success tjiat It was. I lllii'HOTrifllllfbe'brougbt'Jntoltnwn In
The orchestra, '"wnleh 'had 'been es- j a most 'luxurious .style, Mr. J. 1 Lewis
peclaliyswlled for the 'occasion 'ly UiAVing agreed to .carry Hie hAys In
'the addition of tho best' talent from his tatlyho, This will be a treat, In
the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra, Itself as many of the hoys hate never
was under the able direction of F. vl. 'been In an auto before. , '
Vlerra. This was. a musical treat In 'The Rev. C. H. Mln and his .'assist
Itself and clearly shows that our local 'mnts have arranged a program , for to
talent la the equal, if not, the master, njgbt at the Korean church. The ex
of, any on' the mainland. In tall there rclees1wlll commence' it j7:J0 ji'cfock
were twen'tyvflve pieces, nnd these re- and should prove An. unusually; unique
spasded ta'ihe'excellent leadership, of 'and laterestlM'.entertalnment! Ko'fo
Mr. Vlerra In a manner that'was posl- an customs and rnapnerltms will bo
lively thrilling. Samuel Peek played vividly portrayed and should prove In
theilther with great delicacy of touch tercsttng to strangora who have hover
and one could almost feel .himself r'een1 these people lithelr native "slat,
tranuported to Austria, amidst the The McKcnile Mission, under "tho dl
green, woods and pleasant valleys In rcctlon of', Mr, and - Mrs. . MeKentle,
th'o neighborhood of Vienna. ' held Its' exercises last Tuesday eveW
At 'St. Andrew's, In tbo.Dovles 'Me- ling. "TheoventinaKed tbe close of a
morlapllall, the children'? the-parish ' ruccessfal year as typtfled'by the largo
gayc.atul received presents.-'in front -attendance; in tho varloua,clae
of the, Christmas tree stood a repre- ,Tt.o'T3unbean)Cls of Uhe Central
sentatlon of the. manger. Before the Union Church,-organised by Mrs., Roy.'
close -of Mhe evening "this 'had .Ween nl,D. .Mead, saypVtts' Christmas lexer
fllled'to oversowing with ftlfts'forlho elaes Majt 'Tuesday. 'Many ,, attended
orphansand poor children of Kakaako. and ipesita pbst enjoyable evening.
There wa,no program but refresh- 'Tohlitt'js CilflibiasiBve, and the
meets ,were served to all, ' one- night in the yey ThuB Hooohi!
fbo Entertainment by the .children 'lins de'llghtto'g1ye-'tbeJmelvpi.dver
of the Susannah Wesley Home on to riotous conduct. "Pal years 'have
King, street was also much appreclat- clearly shown that, the. throwing ot
.ed, tend Uheway, tho young -people rwUer,yMs'iethTjobJtlonahle,
drilled nnd went through thelrvartous matter, '(pgethr wili" the selling 6ft
exercises clearly shows with what oare of bombs n'nd firecrackers. Is' now, no
they'4iad been coached I by Mrs. O. H. longer looked. Upon' In the' light of true
ViMker of (the'Palauia school, .M Us canilval spirit "Urnf-an Intolerable nuls
Saunders and Miss Edith Mack. The nce. Sheriff Jartattl baa .Issued ex-
Christmas 'tree,' which was tho gift of.iPllclt.lustfuotlans'fo'his meat that, any
Mr. Ludwlgscn of tho Palm restaurant,
was literally1 loaded with presents and'
profusely Tlecorated. 'The members ,ot
tho Koresn church donated the candy,
and oranges, so that tho .hearts of all.
1 were ijnado glad and" a iklndly spirit
prevailed-throughout the whole -even-ing.
Songs, recitations,' drills, etc., were
;gien as only, children can, when they
.have Ihelr 'hearts iu'what'thoy arc
doing. .Rev.-C.iM.' Pond,' W. A.iUow.
en' and .Rov. A. Jones were present
and lalde'd in the various (entertain
ments. JMany.of the' chlldren'who' par
ticipated at this home 'last tevenlng
wHl 'take, part In the exercises -to tie
given tonight at tho Korean Methodist
It is not only In tho churches ahd
private homes that Christmas U to be
celebrated, but In the prisons as well.
Through the clemency of 'Acting Gov
ernor Mott-Smlth pardons will be
granted to some of'theprlsojuyrs, who
will thus bo enabled to spend their
Chrlstmastldo In (he bosom of .their
family. Presents are being received
at' the goal for convicts sorvlng a life
sentence, and with an elaborate menu
that Is being prepared, these poorun
forlunatos will be'made tp realise that
there are some warm-hearted people
still left In this old world of ours.
who caro for tho welfare of even con
Tho big Ma'llhlul .Christmas tree, of
which tho .papers have 'been giving.
full' details lately, will be. seen 'In ull
Its '.glory tomorrow. morning at '10
o'clock. Mrs, A. , E. Murphy .and
corpr.of helpers will start-to decorate
the' tree this 'Afternoon. By '-the-time
tomorrow's aun Is well overhead a
staff of bepera undor', tho .direction of
Mrs. .Church will. have artangej jmd
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I For Sale Everywhere j
sorted the thousands of packages ,and
gifts of all kinds that are now avail
ing, distribution In the rooms of the
Hawaii Ifootnblfon Committee.
were Issued to the poorest children of
Honolulu, .there .are many more wAlt
In to bflimade happy by having Vi
ticket given 'jo them. 'the supply of
dolls has long slnc'o been exhausted?
6iif 'toys' gilo're Have 'been requisitioned,
and the children are at. a fever heat
one found thrqwlng' things .about" the
public streets orvjutnqylug .the .public
In any.' way, "yttti ," otlt ,ltli "tna
vey,summary,ihanner. Heedless driv
er's of vehlales.aiwl juitlinintilUa win
bo followed, and rfestd'nd1tho)piiU-
ilc will be protected In.imch a way as
to insure' perfect-safety to pedestrians.
'Frank 'tiajnon' Rooked" rl'iii'ntly
happy last' evening when seen "sur
rounded by a sutg(ng mass.of eager
and excited Mlttle Chinese 'bn anil
girls' at fhe Chinese Mission on .Fort'
street, where . Christmas .was .being
celebrated. Helping 'him "were A.
M. Merrill and.MUs lAwrcnce and a
host of other-kind-hearted people,"
wno one and all gave, themselves' up
fo making some S00 little Oriental
lots hqppy'and contented. f
It was, a wonderful sight and one
never to te forgotten. Just think
of It! Elgin, hundred Chinese chil
dren, .all speaking perfeet.-Engllsh,
assembled tohondr'lhe birth; of our.
blessed Savior. "Eight (hundred eager
little mites with hjuids firmly clasp
ed, wal ting vfor 'Santa Claus tonnage
his appearance. Yes! Chrlstmn. Is
celebrated In Houolulu. and .In w
..... .unv nuuiu in kCuusiuerei
vvsnmore tbeautiful than In Ofr-'
manyor England, Where that es
peclal 'feast day Is '.kept as only
tiorth country folk know how. ' '
Most of the children .era belns-
f'dueated at government schools.
They all .looked clein -and he.ithV
The ChlneKeonsdl'ahddils private
""( were, -present imoa aat
the seat .of honor facing the ,lm-
mens Christmas tree. tiolrTtdolc
mtlch Interest In all that wns golpg
After an excellent program had
been rendered,-.the. great .event ot
the evening 'was th'eni ushered in.
Tb'lB took the form ot it, procession,
headed by a life-site camel ''The
Wise m n of the Bast had coMe'from
distant Arabia to bring glftsvof In
cense andi myrrh itb the ,Chrlst
Child that was born In n manger In
Bethlehem.". The costumes worn
by these Magt were exact-copies' of
those worn In the old blbllcaldays,
nnd to some extent .worn vby bedouin
tripes' even to this day. Twice they
circled around the church (before
t.roceedlng to he platform, much to,
the delight ot the Immense congre
gation The tiny little chlldrenjhad
never seen a camel bsfore, and It
was niueen a . rcrcianan 10 uncni.
With eyes almost 'popping out, of,
their heads and .'with mouths wide;
open, they watched 'the .procession,
k'rid kept as quiet as' mice during"
the singing of the carol' that fol
lowed. . i
'When the -wise. men, had departed'
Alice wonr, uan a in -ana Yun yuk
r.- ... '. ... ...
were, appointed a committee -"ot
three to wake ,'Santa iCmus up, who
seemed -most reluctant to. leave his
warm bed ion -such a cold night.
After his attendants 'had (tried 'In
Vain to send these (three -little glrW
oway empty 'handed, 'Santa 'Claus
was forced to.appearwhlch he did
by way of 'the proverbial -chimney.'
Uaaket loads of 'toys, candy, 'boo-
corn1 and alt wanner of good 'ibtngs;
to dear to the hearts 6f. young, peo-
iiv wvre luvisaiy aispensea. 9Q
catefiil were the ushers ,to tjiee Ihi
io',chlld 'was overlooked that. every
one 'was made .the-reclplt'nt. of some
The 'part taken bv Santa
was worthy of the '.highest 'praise,'
and.ieonslderlnglthat Ah 'Hen "LI 'ill.
bufnlltlle boy, 'he kspt'hlsnudl
tnce In roars of 'laughter the whole
time uy ni excellent acting. Helf-i
., ... . ,... T .. . LT '.-.
tt.Ma3.t ' Bn .At ta l4.&4lbM. lh7
conscious, he acte'd his part- wlth,sa
Vim and a naturalness '4 that Is too
often. lacking in some' iprofesslonals
rt I.a .1... n...k. i ' ..L:r
Ml Kliv aiusv. tiuil Iia WUS UIO
Queen of the Fairies and .looked
daintily 'pretty iin, her snow 'white
drfss,andi,gausy wings. rOne'fit'the'
he had filled Qeorge Waxhlston's
ttosklngs when.he .was-ilittle bp).
uu iaai neiaui.noi.xtave'io.cumu
Into' a cherry-tree to do lt,elthr. -J
Special ntltes we're i'lven tn Lhe
following inaued pupils In'recognl-!
AH - .L.l I . . . J
nun ui.tuvir turning DeentprBseni bi
every l('Bunday school class during
tha.nast year:. Ruth .Ho. l"-nn Vln
Yap, Ah Hen, '.Moo Jen "Kong; Ltf
Duck .LI,, Ah ,'Yu Kong, 'Ah Leoor
Kong. All Ho, Charlie Ho, .Ah Tal
Moo, 'Willie Ho. Chun'Lum, NrfHen
Kong, Yuen Nyuk, Len 8an LI and I
Following is a detailed -copy .or
l.r Song "Hark the. Herald An
gels. Sing" School, No. 67
2. Scripture Selection '71.
Prayer .Ho JCwal Tuck!
3. 8ong-i"0 Little 'Town of
-Detblehem" .....'School No. 75
4. 'Recitations .....,
.'Miss 'Peabody's Class
'6.' Song "Uttle People of the
Snow".... 'Miss 'Annie Ooo Kim
0, Recitation "In Santa .Claus
Land" Miss -Yap's -Class
7. Song -Choir, Intermediate -Department
8. Recitations "Tidings ot
Oreat Joy" . . , . T Mr. .Firrer
9. Christmas Carol ... ". .
..Misses Yap and Lee's Classes
10. Drill and Recitation
Mrs. Dickey's Class
11. Song.. Intermediate Department,
a., necuaiion "unristmaa". . .
, ' Jimmy W
13. Song Girls ,. n0. 81
14. Recitation and Song
nrs. L.ee nong fees uiass
15. Recitation "Why Did He
Comet". , , .Mrs. Parsons' (Class
16. Song "Three Wise Men"...-
Mills Institute Olee Club
17. Drill and Song '...
Mrs. Mackenxle's Class
18. Song "Christmas Dells" ...
Miss Wolf's Class
19. .Dialogue Santa --Claus
, Mjss Ooo .Kim's .Class
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'The churohes will all observe
Christmas Day. The services tomor
row .will be as follows;
(Cathedral First mass at -4:30 ft.
m'. and every half hour until 9:30;
10:30, high pontincal mass and
sermon; singing of the mass'by the
choir and orchestra; 3 p, m., confir
mation; 7-p,-m., sermon .am-'benediction
of' the blessed sacrament.
, 'St. Augustine, Walklkl Friday
eve, 12 midnight: Solemn mass
with slnglug and holy lommuniou.
Cars leave if 01 towu utter the hour,
of the service; 9, a. iuv,secouU mass.
oacreu Jieart, .I'uuuhou 8:30,.
mass with .slnglug uind holy com-'
Bt. John the Uaptlst. Kallhl Frl-
r, day eve, 12 midnight: Solemn high
mass; 'Srao a. m., 'second "miss and
Our Lady of the '.Mount, Kallhl
uka Midnight mans and sermon;
0 a, m,, second' Jnais.
St. Joseph, ..Moauslua Solemu
mass at C u. in., with uoy tommu
nlon aud sermon.
The First, Methodist Episcopal
church, ieorusrMleretunia avenue and
(Miller street. John T. .tones, pai
tor: F. L. Lee. assistant
iBqndey -Bthool, 10 a. m. Mr, nM
Arthur "Rohblns, c'uperlntendont.
Moraine worshln. It 'O'clock. (
Christmas -sermon tby the pastor;
subject, 'YTheJItltth ami Mission ot
Christ" Onlatlans 4:4-5. A special
pfJHfratn of Chi IstmnH, music will be
rendered by the choir, under lhe ill-
.?. ' . .. .' 1 t ...... -
lection 01 Mr. iec. a soio win ue
sung' by 'Miss Ethel Moyer.
.Ehworth League, 6:30 p. m. .
Bdbject. The JCortlng of 'the Re
deemer." Mrs. M. 8. Mack, leader.
Evening worship, 7:30. Sermon
by. the nastor: subject. "Tho Value
of a Good hiame." Mr. Lee will sing.
Tourists, strangers, soldiers mid
sailors, are most cordially Invited
tonattehdtthe'servlcesot this church.
At 8t.Uhdrew's Cathedral the fol
lowing 'Christmas-Day Services' have
brant: Rev.. Canon Blmpson,
i a. m. noiy communion,
brant: Rev. A. L. Hal).
, 8' a. m.. Holy Communion.
brant: Rev, F. 8. Baylor.
9 a. m. Choral 'Communion In
Hawaiian. Celebrant and Preacher:
Rev. Canon Simpson.
lt-. m.-C(ioral Mnllns nnd Com
munion, ''CeKflirant ,md Preacher:
Rpv. W. H. llliss.
The music at the 11 n. m. service
T Dtu'm rToursln F.
Anthem There were Shpherds..
. , .'Dudley 'Iluck
Communion Service Eyres In' E flat.
ChrlsllinCharcJi A...C. McKeevcr
mlhlkier. 9:45.tBlble.Schnol:.6:20. Y.
P..B.' C.'E.;U1. a.. u).,.normoo, 'subject
vrtow -wken Jesus 'Was Horn."; 7:30
p.;"in.lemon, Tii'itict vchrlst Our ,
lExpt.",)'All 191 01 welcome. 1
, ',Osrnwnf'L'nheran Church, pastor
Felmy. "Sesmakesd. ilen '25 ten De-
kesjtber, Itl lUUr: )Festgottesdlenst.
Benn tog, noes 'Jten Dexember, 11
fUbr: Ootteiidlenst, C Uhr: needier-
ung i,er.;nonniagsstnueieT. iKreitng,
den Slsten'fbetember. 7.HDbr:,Syl-
TtergotUMinstr.ti1TJhr: 'Helchte A
.. .UJn.W iflnli. ' .fll..
U. 'UPlMllllWIIIi .CTVWIUIA, HU irtlCU
Jannar,' 9;4t' TJhr:, .'Sopntagschule;
hi :TJhr: ,'Neujmhrs IFestgottekdlenst;
12 Uhr: IBMehte u. Akemhnahh 3
Uhr;','JugeBdbund. Mlttwoch, den
lSteo Janmr, TVs Uhr: ' Qemelnde-
.-The following 'Christmas .services
will-beheld Sntfdayat'Ccntral nnlon:'1
Thn usual ordsr of services 'will td?
followed: Bible1 school' at 9:10; books '
will be handed out tothe' scholars for
the New Year's 'work, (it Is Important''
.U1 ill t... n..H. HK- V B
.m i. un ,i 17ev.1t, p.i-11 II lA'UKW
Blble-Class at-9:S0;a part of the hoi:'
wBl'bo.i given' to last Bunday'g subject'1
asd'thenthelclasswlll take up "Mini
8opremet;Duty."VAt the morning ji
VtoeUtll o'clock th'e'cJiorus choir
wilNrentfer recitatives arid chorus
from 'the Messiah and Mrs. Welaht'
will king "TholmlnVIJulmby." Tho,
sermoV foplc will' bo.?W(y.Response."i
At the evening service at 7:30 there
will be 'more ujioclal music by 'tlu'i.al
cnoir.' selections from Dudley Buck's
Cantata "The.Comlngof tbe King."
onda solo by Mlas Helen lAihrop,
My iieaeemer i.ivein. xne minister
will. give. a. short address-on "levels
Japanese and Santa.
The Nuuauu street Japanese Sun
day (whoolvgav au -entertainment nt
the Japanese Independence Church
en Kukul street last evening which
was a huge success.
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.-- .. .- . ,,,. . HUI. ...n.a.u, u'ouwtuo uy iwo japan uu present, ana ns tne jnanasome smooth .seas, tho .American" oil steam
dense.crowds surged around the en-.eee boys, which was exceedingly ' gifts were being dispensed exclama- er Iloiecrans. was reported by .wireless
Kance..so eager 'werenhey to pro-.pleaslng, a aolo by Miss McCormlck tlons ot approval 'could be heard n last night 'as Mt miles off the iort.
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Giv;e Mim a Pair .f Resals for Christmas
.Jr' Thert'i juit one beit Chriitmu present you can gite any man, .and thata a,pair of our
u " 'hindm'TiewholUayodliintSafal,.hc. JW-haveaKcUl Holiday itocW Eeg18floei,
Slippers, Pumpi. and Joot wear of avary Variety agd-thontandi of people re buying these itnii.
Me, tenieeabreTrlita in ipreteeeto'rtWei "which are merely ornamental.
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Would :spend just & few moments with :US:and hear
what we have to 'say. This is hot ! a 'sermon nor is it a
treatise; merely an appeal to reason.
We 'are using 'our very best judgment in . selecting
'differferit makes of Automobiles to sell, in order that we
rhy cohsciehciously back up the judgment with our
very best selling efforts.
In selecting the "various cars we now handle the
following joints, which nine years close association
with thfc Automobile "has shown .are of paramount
importance, have been the deciding ones. . .
FiisJ: unquestionably comes day in and day out ser
vice withfe'mihimumbf expense and trouble. .Second,
the ability of 'a car to stand aip to its work and -after a
year's'sen-ice run as quietly as when new. Third, its
1 riding qualities
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iruiii me expense ana .iruuuie;. jpuuruiriia aumiy tu
bTing-atgoodprice at second-hand, which also depends
TOi ithe first three points.
. Such a car is the Premier, which will shortly
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be, on exhibition.
The ASSOCIATED GARAGE. Ltd
cure .sitting accommodation. The and n speech by S. Baruhnihl.
chairman for the evening was I. The most noticeable feature of
Llmurn, the chief address being' de- the evening was the large attend
llvered by the Rev. T. Ilorl. Tbero ranee of Japanese mothers. -who oue'
wero sonaa In Jananese. recitations unit nit hnd ttinlr m-ma full nf ninhm
In English by members of the Jup-
nnese Bunday school classes, a tab-
leuu In which girls and .boys par-
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In order to make Christmas buying easy at our store,
the, recipient ! ay pairlof ahoes can chaae themafUr
Chrirtmai should the liae of .the shoes received be incor
Don't forget' that YOy heed a new pair of Begah for
.OhrUtmas. At this .time of -year you should (look -your
smartest' and that meant you mutt have a brand new
pair ot stylish tboet.
Our newrBegaU nproduee the latest 'custom styles
'from New Yotk and London and'Befal QUABTEB SIZES
insure custom It and comfort.
1 Come inland 'look 'over these "smart ihoet "at your,
$3.50 $4.00 anil $5.00
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REGAL SHOE STORE,
(which are co-related with freedom
1 3 x :-li- ,W-:..-in: :x, -V-M-'i t-
, 'Li., J'. . ;
little pieces of humanity. . -Wiien
! Banta Claus was ushered In then
was a murmer of excitement from
for men and -women
' . . ',' is
I'll side's. It takes a ChrlMlan'of tho
Anglo-Saxon or Caucasian races t
see with what -sincere enjoyment
converted 'Orientals have accepted
the custom of Chrlitmastlde nnd the
good old fsshloned Bantu Claus.
-81EAMINO In fine weather and
King and Bethel
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