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COMMERCIAL ADV ERTTSER, HONOLULU JANUARY 11, 1962.
JOY OVER NEWS
C TUC lAJCnr!lVTn Albert Kaas returned yesterday from
Ur IIIL- 1 i-UUll'WJ a busin
Friends of Prince David AVake
Merry Over His Happiness.
ess trip to San Francisco.
Oac.ir Twis. the shinnintr master, re
turned yesterday from a trip to the
Sir. and Sirs. Carl Hollow ay and fam
ily returned yesterday from San Fran
cisco. The board of officers of the National
Guard will meet tomorrow morning at
There was unrestrained Joy in the; , . tv
VVill Slmerson, purser of th&sIauna
office of the Kapiolanl Estate Co., Ltd.. lorles ,n tne Daternai ttti,of
yesterday afternoon, when tbejnews of j"pa," since Thursday evening. '
the imminent marriage of Prince DavM col. and Mrs. George TV. Macfarlane
to Hiss Abbie Campbell was receive J returned from the Mainland yesterday
beyond question. There was a quiet "r ln absence from the Islands,
word sent around, and very booh thj JJejgJ AUorney Geuerg utMtt
private office of the estate was fi.ieu (rom a honeymoon spent In California,
with friends of the young people. j Kennedy, manager of the Ho-
Tbere waa a case of champagne add- nolulu Iron Works, was a returning
ed to the equipment of the office, and passenger yesterday from San Francis
very soon toasts to the health of th-.co' . .
vi ,,i. , r Col. C. J. McCarthy returnedXto Ho-
Prince and his fiance, the prosperity of nolulu yesterday from San FraVlsco.
the estate company and the Improve- j having spent the holidays there vith
TKar. woo a it.imiA nt Imnrnmn. I Rnnrm rhsnmlnr Pplhpm pavevi
tu In the affair which made It oil tha 'lecture on Pythian principles last night
lu , , , ... after the Installation of officers of Oahu
more pleasing, in that the sentiment Lodge, K. of P.
were genuine. By a misprint William Savidge was
John F. Colburn acted as toast- J credited in yesterday's paper with be
master, calling upon every one of the Ing a new-fledged and happy father,
number present to respond. - He-him-! The lucky man was some one else,
.elf talked of the Prince as an aen, l t"ff SoS'Sl
r( Drosoeritr. Jesse Makalnal spoke of y,0oo-. an rnriuotrini Srhoni Aaaoria.-
tbe good fellowship and loveablenesa tlon. the greater part being set over
cf the young roan and the young worn- for three weeks. -an-
Kaulukou, who was Introduced as Arthur Bozlo, son of O. Lu Bozidv of
,.,,, , t?otmiVii San Francisco, arrived yesterday Vp
a backslider, in that he waa a Republi- Alameda to 8pend a rew week3
can, talked of the young Prince as he here. He Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
had watched his early life, and many A. A. Montano.
others discussed what had been and A dance will be given at the Hawaii-
what will be. There was a general air Hotel this evening by Manager and
. - t. - Mrs. Lake, commencing at 8:30 o clock.
of renewed prosperity around the or- Tfae E,ns nawailan Quintet Club will
flees. I furnish the music.
While this was going . on there was ( xhe Hawaiian Historical Society will
a move for a luau at the Walklkl resl- meet at Young Men's Christian Asso-
. . . . ,. !, cm elation hall this evening at 7:30. An
dence of the princes for last night. Sup- adlres9 wm be made hyj s Emerson.
plies were ordered renewed, and some-' public are invited,
thing like twenty invitations sent out. General WarfleldJ proprietor of the
These were all honored and from early California Hotel. San Francisco. Is
In the evening until early in the morn- making a visit to?
, - yesterday on the Alameda. He Is reg-
ing the fun. was kept up fast and utered at the Hawaiian.
furious. When the Orpheum was out J A meeting ef the Honolulu branch of
some twenty of the players went out the Territorial Teachers' Association
- . 1 S il. T T t C
by the seaside and Joined in the mem
ment of the evening.
The proper ehoe for island wear. Combines with ease
and comfort the prettiest styles, and they are good wearers.
We gire special attention to perfect fitting and take
pleasure in Ehowing our stock.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
1057 FORT ST1IEET.
The care of the teeth is of the utmost
Importance. The man or woman with
poor teeth is handicapped both in ap
pearance and health. Impaired diges
tion and lack of nourishment follow
in the wake of neglected teeth. This
not only applies to you, but to the chil-
will be held in the High School on Mon- dren as well. See to It that the new j
A ir Avanlnir Tinliarv 13 U'flPn a. DrO- ' j n nnvA nrltVi ths
f . i yea unua jrvia vwtx yicyoicu nim w.v.
THEO.H. DAVIES &C0.,Lt
ole Agents for
Alsen Portland Cement,
Sterling Lubricating Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime.
Dick's Balata Belting,
cram of exercises covering nature
study will be given
Bishop Willis, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
DTiii tipv .Tnhn TIsborne had a confer-
'ence yesterday morning with Governor
j Dole relating to the amended charter
:of tne Anglican tjnurcn, wnicn was re
cently placed in tne nanas or uTeasur-
ALOHA TOOTH POWDER
ALOHA TOOTH WASH
unless you prefer a tooth paste,
which case you can get a tube of
ALOHA TOOTH PASTE.
ine ep,aem,c 01 'f c. S. Desky is authority" for the
Thomas Square has resulted in an at- t t ement tnat tne pacific Heights
tomnt tn furnish more orotection for vioftrf TtaUmaA will not be extended
the lives and property of Honolulu clt-, to Mount Tantalus for the present.
i Xwbrwvi ?unerln- When the time comes, J50.000 of the
izens in that neighborhood. Superln- j treagury stock will be use1 to make
tendent Boyd stated yesterday that two the extensIon.
lights wiii be installed in the square Tne subjects for the services at the
next week, one at the mauka end and Methodist Episcopal Church tomorrow
the other makal. and la force of men 'arenas U -feS
will cut away the thkc overhanging 6;30 "Entering the Kingdom;"
tree trancnes.. in oruer mai me nsn 7:3o p. m.. a. woaei nepeniance. perfect
may ud.ve w r;- -; --. . care of the teeth. Get the right equip-
Romp distance into the parK. xur. lioya' . . Kei"6". -" bi'-
IZ JtlTL nrlncioal difflculty Is ,ent of the Mutual Telephone CompanJ ment. and you can easily epare the few
- i arrivea yesieraay on me fliamcu minutes necessary morning ana even-
the small capacity -of i the PVthe CKr.h. for the care Cf your teeth. Our
as It IS now up io n iun iuitc. ior me nunuiuiu j
ever, lights will be removed from oth- ' coran. who recently resigned
:. Mutual to accept a flattering position
er parts of the city to Thomas Square. wUh an- electrlc company In Chicago.
where the neexl is greater. E p Reynolds, the well known
High Sheriff Brown stated last even- united tsates Court stenographer, wel
lnjf that an officer has been placed on corned his family yesterday, which ar
. . Jt rivpd on the Alameda, and all are stop-
duty in moraas square, ana me ----- - . ...' Hotel Ior the
trict has been carefully patrolled since present. His family consists of Mrs.
Monday, w hen the attempt at the Paris Reynolds. Miss E. M. Reynolds, Miss
home was made. He said the burglar's B. M. Reynolds and Miss Gladys Rey
crusade appeared to be in the vicinity , Banham of cloverdale,
of Beretanla and Alakea streets, and Canfornia arrIved on the Alameda yes
several extra men had now been de- terday to engage In church work In
tailed to keep a strict watch In that the Islands. The dispatches have
' stated that Mr. Banham was to take
a,sir,cl- l0 . I charge of a Congregational Church,
, but none of the members of Central
BUSINESS LOCALS. I Union have knowledge of the minister.
UUJ" or of what pulpit he Is to fill. It Is
'generally believed, however, that Rev.
Horses, hay and bran to be sold to- Mr. Banham will go to Walmea, Kauai,
day at Morgan's salesroom. . to fill the pulpit left vacant by Rev.
Stockholders' meeting of the Terrl-;Mr. Massle.
tory Stables Co., Ltd., on Saturday,
January 25th. Special Music.
Mr. M. Brasch has been confined, to . - . ,
the house for the past few days on The service of the Second Congrega
account of an attack of grippe. , tlon of St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday
The books of First National Bank of morning will be at 9:45 o'clock, as
Hawaii will be closed for the transfer U3Ua. The choir will render Te Deum
of stock from January 11th to January p fcy Holden. Jubliate In D, by
15th" t ,a t nrl1Pr'Warren; anthem. "It Came Upon the
When your typewriter Is out of oraer .
send it to the Remington Typewriter Midnight Clear." by Stainer. All seats
Office. Hotel street. They do expert are free, with ushers In attendance.
A genueman a.nu nc (
proper materials for the care of the
eeih. Go at once to headquarters, or
be more explicit, to the Hobron
rug Co., Ltd., Fort and King streets,
d get a supply of TOOTH BRUSH-
S, with a bottle of
lng for the care of your teeth. Our
r.i-PTiflr.tlnn for the "teeth are free
from injurious substances and keep the
teoth white and the gums healthy and
firm. Try the ALOHA preparations.
You will then use no other.
KING AND FORT.
Begins on Monday
next, 13th inst. . .
in all styles. ....
Til. BRASCH & CO..
fnrriciiui rnnm or suite of rooms
Hvp twst of references. See ad
r 1 n I . Tnii!irv 13th. JaTOPS F,
Jll iiUliiij . w j .
Morgan will sell a number of rare and (
costly books, in me &iangeuiua .
lng, ground floor. j f
A five-room house, very centrally lo
cated; also, all Improvements, are of
fered for sale. For particulars, see
classified ads on next page.
The leasehold of the premises. 23
North King street. Just north of Nuu
anu. formerly occupied by C. R. Collins,
will be sotd at public auction by will
E. Fisher to the highest bidder, Sat
urday, January 18th.
The Kona Orphanage CofToe Store,
. . . i wtsYtn.. .nil 1 a r ST
wun ineir new nwuit (
roaster, heated by a Blue Flame fire, ;
is now prepared to roat. grind and de-
liver the choicest corfee. 165 -ln i
street, opposite Young diock. x none
Francis Murphy Club.
A splendid program is promised for
thi vonlnc at Francis Murphy Hall.
including the club talent. A number !
of volunteers have been secured. The .
program will consist of the following: .
Illustrated lecture on "Hats and Ar- f
cnneciure. uy - -
Song, -Ragtime Millionaire, 'A. Wil
liams. I ,
Song. "Give Me Chicken." Joe Eck-
room. Ilerr. S. Swinton.
Jic Dar.ciny. Joe Eckles.
Sortr. "Livinix Easy." Jos. Everlett.
"How Sandy Have Hissef." M. Rob
bins. Mnrdolin Seitction, Miss Amelia
Everybody is cordially invited.
Sunday evening me ivev. . - j
terve'.t will give an Illustrated temper- ;
tr.ee sermon, whlcn win De very i
Mructing ar.d beneficial.
Inspector of Licenses Batcheler will
make an official tour on Maul next
wfek. His office Is now in the Treasury
Bt-partmcnt in the Capitol.
r Extra values offered on remnants
which have accumulated during
the holidav peaton. "We want to
dispose of these before stock tak
ing as all odds and ends are better
turned into cash, at a preat deal
less than their value, than to be
included in the stock tHkinj? and
occupying room on onr shelves.
THE GOODS OFFERED
are from the different departments
and are too numerous to mention
in detail here.
AVe invite you down to the store
and bv marking all goods in pain
figures trnst to your intelligence
and good judgment a to recogniz
ing the strength of the bargains
While down town shopping it is
to your interest to remember the
N.S. SCHS' DRY GOODS CO.
RSRDH & SO. 28 HOTEL STREET.
Have just opened a new and fine line cf
Consisting of EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, INDIA LINEN
VICTORIA LAWNS, HEAVY PONGEE SILK for Men's Suits; EMBROID
ERED SILK PIANO COVERS.
The above goods haveT just Ibeen opened and axe of
the latest patterns.
WE HAVE NOW REMOVED
TO OUR NEW QUARTERS
ON THE CORNER OF HOTEL
AND UNION STREETS....
Pearson & Potter Co.,
TELEPHONE - MAIN - 317.
WHIP INL . J I
mum ,.? tirtrtu
Double Ve I
ODDS AND ENDS
In Ladies1 Muslin Underwear also reduced very low.
Come and see our new stock of
BATHIKG SUITS AND TRIMMINGS
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
-w-w r urn iiu re
f"lil:! f i
II tlfawW" . i I- ' i I T .
Prices of some com
plete bed-room sets
for ealeatour 6tore.
Pine Bedroom Set, 7 piece?, consisting of
Double Bed, Dreeser. Wash Stand, Table,
Rocker, Two Chairs; our price $22.50
Elm Set of 7 pieces 32 50
Ash Set, 7 pieces handsomely finished. . . . 35.00
White Maple, 7 pieces at 35 CO
Oak Bedroom Set, beautifully finished con
sisting of 7 pieces, Dresser with Oval
Mirror; only 4000
Bird '4 Eye Maple, set of 4 pieces 60 00
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
, Honolulu, H. T.