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EVENING BUtLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUnDAY, APR. 13, 1012.
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QUEEN LILIUOKALANI LAYS STONE
OE SCHOOL NAMED IN HER HONOR
Hvon chnnre visitors nt Knlmiikl
ypstenlay afternoon werp deeply ntul
some of them sadly Impressed with
Hip ceremony of InyltiK tlio corner
Mono of thn now $00,000 Knlmiikl
fcliool, for Queen I.llluoknlaul It wnR1
who handled the silver trowel, mill the
appearance of tho former Queen of
Hawaii held something almost trnglc
for those who saw her.
(Jupon Ulluokalnnl In cillen'b more
fi pblo thnn on her last public appear-
nun, mill loaf i.r,ln' wna naulatnil vnfi
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carefully by ntlemlnntH from her mo-
tnr-cnr to her chnlr and during the)
ceremony nnlcly was shown lest tho
strain prove loo great for hrfr.
Queen I.llliioknliuil'H pnrtlrlpntlon
was without doubt tho featnrn of the
coincrslniic-lnliig, and as tho school
Is tunned after her. It was natnrnllyl
so. Another frnmro was the partici
pation of Federal .ludKo Dole, who re
ferred to the former monarch during
his h perch as now a "willing and public-spirited
participator In tho life of
llnw all's new nation." i
After tho ceremony the Queen'
shook hands with scores of peoplo at
nn Impromptu rccoptlon.
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A Clear
Complexion
may be gained and skin
troubles overcome antl
prevented, by th6 use of
Glenn's
Sulphur Soap
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Tho program consisted of music hy
tho hand, an Invocation, speeches hy
Judge Dole and tho Hon. Kd Towse,
wlio represpnted tho citizens at tho
cornerstonp-lnylng, anil the simple cer
emony of putting tho stone In place.
Mr. Towso was Inrgely Instrumental
In getting the f 00.000 appropriation for
the school through the legislature.
The Uov. V .1. William nfferol l
Aora'lon, after which Judge Dole
gpoko. lie said In part: ,
"It Is a happy and appropriate feat
ure of this occasion that tho formon
Queen of Ilnwall, whoso name Is given'
to tho school that Is to ho pstabllshpd
In Oils now building, has consented to
tny its cornerstone, thus giving the
school an Incident that will go down
the years In its annals, and will he
treasured ns one of Its choicest tradi
tions. Queen Mlhiokalanl has been'
closely In touch with tho past eventful
history of these Islands, and Is today
a willing and public-spirited participa
tor In the life of Hawaii's new status.
"With tho meeting of races In Ha
wull the coming here of tho repre
sentatives of divergent nations. In bus
iness enterprises, tho social life of tho
plate. In education. In politics with
tho American polio' of making Oaliu
a great strategic outiist of tho I'nll
ed Slates Involving oxtenslvo for 1 1 Idea
tions and an armv of defenders and nil
the things that go with such occupa
tion, nnd with tho nnnuallv Increasing
number of visitors to our shores, It Is
clear that we ore at tho beginning of
a now epoch. With tho passing of Ha
waiian Independence, tho curtain was
rung down on a romantic and pictur
esque past, rich with heroic and pa
thetic memories. Tho pressing condi
tions of the prcxoilt outline a futuro
full of dilllcultv and yet full of oppor
tunity. I
"The stato may not teach the dog
mas of religion, but tho things that go
to tho formation of gooJ il Izenshlp,
she must Inculcate in her schools. Vlr
too, Industry honor, patriotism those
are necessary " !
Mr. Towso said In purt "Tho peo
plo of this district propone to uso this
piece of public property. Wo proposo
to make It our neighborhood center, to
tho ends that wo mav become hotter
ucqualntpd, that recreation mav ho
provided, that community sentiment
mav bo focused upon community In
terest nnd that mature public opinion
and popular government mav become
more effecthp. And wo shall ptidenv
or to show our lovaltv In this school
and all Us slgulMcant purpose-).
"The greatest thing under our l'lat
Is the public school. It Is our ha--ot
Investment and our chief prl c
Kducntlon Is our biggest Indus'rv and
Hip free school our most cherished In
stitution."
Moving pictures of tho event wcro
taken, with tho Queen as one of the
central figures. The program commit
tee prepared and distributed printed
programs as well as souvenirs that
were eagerly welcomed, tho souvenirs
being ribbons appropriately Inscribed
nnd hearing a picture of the Queen.
Among those to whom special Invi
tations wprp Issued wero'
Win. II, Castle, W. I). Alpxonder, A.
P. (Jrimths, Porloy I.. Home, W. V.
Prear, K. A. Mott-Smlth, Alex. I).
Lindsay, Jr., Wm. U Whitney, John T.
I)e Holt, Norman Watklns, Wnp Wil
liamson, C. P. Chllllngworth, John K.
Kamanoulu, Andrew Adams, I. M.
Cox, A. (1. M. Hobertson, .Mnrston
Campbell, Dr. Victor 8, Clark, .lames
A. Hath, tleo. II. Carter, Wm. O.
Smith. A. 8. Hnrtwell. W. It. Parrlng
ton, II. O. Mnthcson, Hov. l-'nther
Valentin, Illshop of Zeugma, L. Ten
ney Peck, C. G. Itnllcntyne, Prof. M.
M. Scott, Kdgqr Wood, Mayor Joseph
.1. Pern, S. Shcba. Chu 0pm. ltev. Dr.
Scudder, Hj. K. Murray, P. J. Krugcr.
M. C. Amana, ('. N. Arnold. Samuel
IJwight, Eben P. Low, Wm. McClel
Ian, Chas, Iluslace. Jr., A. I. (' Atkin
son, Prank K. Thompson, C. II. Dick
ey, U. W. Hrcckons, Wm. C. Achl, K.
A. 0. Long, L. A. Thurston.
MAY DAY PAGEANT AI P0NAH00
WILL CELEBRATE FOUNDING
For news mid (he truth about It all
people li ii Hie II u 1 1 1 1 1 n.
Cr.l.KltltATINU the thirtieth eni
of Puliation, the students of tho
Prppnratoiy Hchool will give an
historical pageant on Mav day.
As this is tho tit Kt time Hint anything
of tho sort wns over uttempted here.
Interest Is geueral
The school was founlnl on th Arm
ptiong lot on Itere'nnbi stre-t lead
of H'clwU, In nvt I- ' a i u i'- I
Charles K. Illshop hull on f'nh'i ' '
lege Campus for ten years and tills Is
Hie Initial year of the primary depart
ment In the new nnncx opened In Jan
nary. The pageant Is hasp) on tho hlstoiy
course of tho school and preparations
for Hip iinnlvptsary pageant limp
innilc history and correlate I subj-ots
tho object of Intensive study. I-Ivory
boy nnd girl in tho school has a pnit
cither in preparation or pvpciitlou and
the 4."0 pupils will, ns far ns Is pos
sible within tho limited abilities of
students of their ngo, give presenta
tions of civilization of nil ages.
Wherever It (an be done, the cot
tunics will he of the periods repre
sented and parents and tiarhers have
dono inarvolously well lu this direc
tion, Tho students lu many cases
have been able to uial.e their own hel
mets, shields and armor nnd Knmn-i
wnrrlors and crusading knights nro
busy studying up th latest styles of
Home and tho Middle Ages
Tho beautiful Oahu College Cam
pus will stage thn affair, which will bo
held In front of Charles It Illshop
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quintno
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box
PARIS MEDICINB CO.. ft. Luvui. OH
Hall on Hip morning of .May Day, be
ginning ar nine-thirty.
Tho program will begin with a re
presentation of primitive civilization
by Hip little peoplp of the llrst grade,
who will lie tree clwpllers, cave dwell
rs and llsklmos. Thoy will tell about,
how flrp wns secured, how the llrst
clan wns formed, whv food was eaten,
ran ill.'' mn'iv other lnl resting fuels'
about prluilli.e peoples. ,
Then tho second grade, which every
year studies "Hiawatha" as a part ol
Its reading course, will become Indian
brnves and squaws, animals and birds,
and will present selections from Ilia
wathii.
(Ireek hlstorv is studied hv tho
third glade and they will tell tho well
known storv of Theseus nnd Hip slay
lug of the Minotaur In the Cretan
labyrinth
Next Montana with sword nnd shield
will present for tho fourth grade the
play "Tho Upturn of Cortotanus," nnd
Human soldiers will drill as they heal
Hip commands In Latin from tho lips
of Coilolanus.
One of the most Interesting and pic
turesque of tho many eenls during
Hip Mlddlp Agps Is the Crusnders
movement. This tho fifth grade will
tukp up lu tableau and with a Cm
sailers' procession that will Include
King Hlchard. tho Mun-l leaned, ami
his mounted knights and followers.
Peter, tho Hermit, will nrouso the peo
ple nnd Hip monks and nuns will bless
the Crusaders ns they go on their
w ay.
Prom the Middle Ages, coming down
to more modern times. I.'ngland will
lip the next scene of action and merry
makers of tho sixth grade wll crown
the Mav Oiieen and dance iti-unml il,,,
May Polo and enjoy the other May I
way resiuiiies.
Two tableaux, one represr ntlng the
lauding uf Columbus lu America and
Closing-Out
Sale
Four Hundred Hals at
Closing-Out Salo Prices
Hat t)ln for both L - ic ard ChdcVen. Alto HIDOONS,
rLOWEHS, BRAIDS, etc.
Don't mitt thlt alter-Eatter opportunity to not low-prictd
mlllinory.
SALC NOW ON AT
Fernandez Hal Shop,
NUUANU, ABOVE HOTEL
NEAR PAUAHI STREET
tho other his reception at Hip court ol
tho King and Queen or 8pnln, will
open the part of tho seuuult grade,
which takes up tho enrry history of
Amerlin. Illp Van Winkle also will
glp a bit or tho life or the early Col
otiles and with Dame Van Winkle and
other villagers will glo a short plav
in three hcphps.
(leorgp and Mnrtha Washington
will inltp to a Colonial tea a group
of their friends who will Inter ilaneo
a Colonlul minuet and an old-rushloiicd
cuprite.
Plnnlly Miss Colombia or the Pull
ed Ktntes of America will gmher
around her nil her states and lerrl
lories nnd as Ihev IuIiil- elfls wlil.li
represent the power nnd wealth of
modern civilization, they will show
their aloha lor her Then all nations
will assemble with Ameilca in n II mil
tableau nnd chorus.
gennl procession that will Im hide nil
I tie hois nnd girls In Hie school '1 ho
procession will begin Willi the tieo
duellers nnd np dwellers mid will
then ippipsenl 'he civilizations or .ill
rig' down lo 'lie present
I uf men ' c killed near Plletts
vl b- l"d wh a train struck a sn,
rc il . i were rletng in
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