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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1910.
Fraternal MeetingsjDIVORGE WILL KEEP
t fit
2
I-r,LYNE3IAN ENCAMPMENT NO. 1.
I. O. O. F.
M ever-.- fir: ai hir.i Friday of
: " ,T 7 '?:- r. !!.. ill Odd Fei-
Fort ,Tfft
i!v rivite.l t" attend,
j. A. IYl.E. ". P.
L L. I. A. PIF.PRK. Serin
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EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F.
MCE MM HUGE !
Missouri Professor's Statistics
Show Practise !s Ever on
the Increase.
REALTY' AUCTION CO.. LTD.
Auctioneers of Real Estate
916 Fort Street.
JsSi F
If-ef everv Tuesisv evening at
:3.
i id I'YHew' Hail, tort M reet. i-u-t
r.i- Lt-r-s forj-aMv inviwi to attend. i
K. c. IIOPPFP. X. o. !
L. L. LA PIKRRE, Soc'y. I
Par, ,
a' Mi
HAEMONT LODGE NO. 3, I. O. O. F. j
Meets every Momlsv evening, at 7:30, j
in Old Fellows' Hall. Fort Street. j
Vi'.ticK brothers cordially invited to j
attend.
HUGH F. MeCOY, N. G.
E. R. HENDRY. Sec'y.
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REALTY AUCTIONEER
Jas. W. Pratt
EAL ESTATE,
W NEGOTIATED
ltV AUCtinn A.
meicnaoi St.
? ACIHC EEBEKAH LODGE NO. 1,
I. O. O. F.
Meets everv seroiid and fourth Tburs- !
3v, at 7:30 "p. in.. Odd Fellows' Hall, j
Visit Intf Rebekahs are cordially invited j
i-o atteiid. i
MARION FAFTH. N. G. j
ALICE NICHOLSON, See V.
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WHiLE THINKING OF WHAT YOU ARE TO BUY FOR
CHRISTMAS SUPPOSE YOU THINK IT OVER AT HALEIWA.
NO BETTER HOTEL NO BETTER SURROUNDINGS AND
NO BETTER PLACE FOR AN INSPIRATION. TRAINS TAKE
YOU TO THE DOOR
THI5DAY
o. 857 Kaahumanu SI. A'I' AUCTION
i
Three Auction Sales
OF
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OLIVE BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE
NO. 2, I. O. O. F. j
Meets everv flrst and third Thursday, j """r 7
t 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows" Hall, j llT''"
T 1, ,Ar mra .nr.l ! all C inTltpd ! ttif Still
io attend.
MARGARET SIMONTON, N. G.
SALLIE L. WILLIAMS, Sec'y.
OCEANIC LODGE NO. S71, F. & A. M.
Meets on th last Monday of each
MOEth, at Masonie Temple, at 7:30 p.
. Visiting brethren are cordially in
cited at attend.
J. A. PALMER W. M.
W. H. GOETZ, See'y.
:: IE1B GANG
HERS FINED
1
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LEAHI CHAPTEB NO. 2, O. E. 8.
Meets every third Monday of each
month, at 7:30 p. m., in the Masonic
Temple. Visiting listers and brothers
are eordially invited at attend.
NELLIE J. STEPHENS, W. M.
ADELAIDE M. WEBSTER, Sec'y.
LEI ALOHA CHAPTEB NO. 3, O. E. S.
Meets at the Masonie Temple every
aeeond Saturday of each month, at 7:30
p. m. Visiting sisters and brothers are
cordially invited to attend.
CORA A. BLAISDELL. W. M.
MARGARET HOWARD, Secy.
COUHT CAMOE8 NO. 8110, A. O. F.
Meeta every second and fourth Tues
day of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in San
Antonio Hall, Vineyard street-. Visit
lug brothers eordially invited at attend.
N. K. HOOPIT, C. R.
H. PEREIRA, F. S.
CAMOES CIRCLE NO. 240, C. O. F.
Meets every second and fourth Thurs
day of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in San
Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visiting
companions are cordially invited to at
tend. MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS, C. C.
LOUIS A. PERRY, F. S.
in K.is;'!:i!id .! to i Vi i v ii"i.
HSIIi. li'-i'l'l'li i '! i' t" tin- J'l'O-
. I a r ! : i- . oiif di " n-e is
-! v eii-ht iu:t rr i:i :;.'. 1 n
oi' Vi';i-h i n u;i mi 'iii'i'i' is "in-
m t'Vr in 11 i iaiii.i'.. - 11
(',,!,..-:,, In Mini M.Hitanii the rati.) i-
,,,,. r,, ti-.e. and in 'lYxn., Oklahoiiin tfr.lny had ai
and Indiana it is one to six. ! in! ,-1 m
P;-..fc-i.r Klhvood j.r..;diesies a tre- j
something is dune to i-reserve tho advisedly n-i.Trrd to N-f iday by
t'a'nilv tics. ''Free divevee,' ' lie says, ; 1 'ruse .-nt r. Attorney lifown as that
"is ,)ast tne same as ii.-e imr. i . m.-vard street an ot tnul.
just a sva-!'iiig ot JamilK
tree love auvi)cate
J'idu'e '
Jioiee IIlTC:
I i
: ri yes.
i--i.ua i'y
,f that
sj.ints
I lid the.
re tnvieh more
dangerous to society than are an
arelnsts." He is not without hope, however.
In an address he said:
"1 believe the family is in a period
of transition in America. 1 believe we
are passing from t ho old to a new
and higher type of family a faniily
in which there won't be coercion, or
authority, or consideration of property, 1
in inarrvinLT. A plane will Vie reached
where love will govern nil. The family
will be ethical, will be democratic. The
equai rights of every member will be
regarded and preserved.
"And in this the child will be taken
more into consideration than it is now.
The family of the future must rest on
the ri"hrs of the child.
These were Kakae and ll.i.ikano who
appeared on separate a j. peals from ih'
lower court, their cases ending yester-:
day with another new departure made
by Judge Cooper in tiie manner of dis
posing of criminal cases.
This was the sentencing of Kakae,
who was strongly pleaded for by.
JJrown, to pay a tine of .?."( and ot lloo-;
kano. whom Hrown asked to be heavier
punished, to a line of ..). Hrown was,
taking into consideration the character;
of the two men and the punishment'
imposed bv Judge Cooper took into con-:
sideration only the extent of the of-;
tense.
Thesv two men viciously and out of
pure mischief attacked a snldivr who.
accomnanied bv a woman. was s,t-
i X , 1. . . ..'r li.' t 1 '1 I V" I l - '
J livorce seems m in-, ina n. ..,. , j . , ... 1 ... ... i.., .!,,
i 1 II 1 nil . I mJ "i in. .inn x .1 1 i
several months ago. The' Vineyard
gang was just 'hen wandering around
looking for some amusement and niie
of its members crept up behind the
but materially, an American institution.
More native' born Americans get di
vorces than there are foreigners or inter
national "oupb-s; more Protestants than
atho!ics or Jews, more childless fam-
ili..u .-.iitnin them than families where 1
re children and more city than "'-"in
Willi iiior.- sliaKes ami ecrs ami wneii
lie attemjited to retaliate Hookano
knoekt'd him down. A police ofiicr ar
rived and l'.iuti.l Kakae kieliii g him
bench and shook it. The soldier's de-
"nere
Tural residents.
"The cause for this, 1 believe, is that
people are growing to look at marriage
as a per-ona! convenience. Industrial
conditions and city lit, are mu.-h to
blame, also. Formerly, before there
COURT LUNAULO NO. 6600, A. O. F.
m., in Pythias Hall, corner Fort and
Beretania streets. Visiting brother
tordiallv invited.
F. J. ROBELLO. C. R.
JS. K. KAULIA, P. C. F. S.
brutally about the face and both of
the men 0'e arre-tc.l.
,i- r - ... 4. , . i vwii.iii... -it. -i.-i" . . 1 '. . , 1 11. j r ix:i
i!i Midi a inmg a a laciory an un- 1 ' '
work was ibme at Imtne. The f.amily kae had a wite and tann.y an, l lia.t a
was kept together. There was no 11, ed j fauifhss reputation before he got drunk,
for s-pa rat ion dim n g t he da v. Ion the night in iplestioii. lie lias a
t - :i, .,... ,,, , 1, t'-, .. t , ,1-1 ..s i -t 1 1 v inl, :i nil is niniiii'' thi'ee dollars
1- M 1. a WnJnaa. ! ""It , ,11.,.,.. .1
.Tieeis every nrsiauu ii " ,,omiir streams of smoke on everv a da v. II -..-.no is the ie:..-r of t l:e
day evenings of each month, at f.iO p. r , , , -,,rking one tdace. ! -ai;g. n. v.-r rk- an 1 lias ! arrest-
; PvtMii TTntl ffimsr Fort and . . , '
. t in- sn another, the .laughter stui j el 1 " '" 1 tnei a 1 ne limes i t rs,- ! r. i
larailh.-r. and .rha;,- 'lie mother inja habitual gambb'r and ha- oih'T
) ti,, -r. -iie family i- ..s; track of. I t I i dom i -in--.
I 1 !ii!!!-'ss nianiages are another ; Howv-r. as '!! lattT ha-1 only
I , an-.- Tim number of childless mar- ;-tnn--, . lie blow he received ti,c . -snr
i.e. llnlh n:v!i !i;ivr been coii-m,tted
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E. I t"7, '.;,. ,., t the beginning of i nM ,!;, ti.. a-e -.aid.
i 1 iag-e , 1, as niciva-e.t t rom
1 to - ' V i..-v ci at. si"ce t he i
Meets on second ,ih, nin(-tnentii i-."t!nry."
.and fourth Wednesday j
evening of each month
at 7:30 o'clock, in Pythian Hall, corner
Beretania and Fort streets. Visiting
brothers are invited to attend.
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. M'COY, See'y.
WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS SAY
-----
-iioiiid we ma)
i Tw,
The Park Theater
n I -!e t 'i rus and 01
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Friday at
7:30 o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Bere
tscis and Fort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited to attend.
WM. JONES. C. C.
O. HEINE, K. of R. Sc S.
william Mckinley lodge no. 8,
K. of P.
Mvets every eoid and fourth Sniur
lay p vetting at 7:30 o'clock, in Pythian
Had. i .'trner Bere tarda and Fort streets
Visitir.g brothers fordia'iv invited to
1.
II. A. TAYLOR. C. r.
K. A. JA'-Ol'.si.iN, K. It. S.
si 1
evilie a'tr.-o
t . - n l one
ti in
s a t
fompvted tin' va
the Park las; ni
was a decided novel'y. Miss Sand art
entertains the audience fur iii'teen min
utes mai.ing lectures with co'oied sand
aud it is dttliciiit at time- to bel'e-.e
,j,e lines n-e .!,.! ik, so .jnickly d)"
1;,-- ini'id t'oiai the pictures and s,
rapM'v does t! -ami How. Her act is
a tji.yeltw . an-i her diawitig. ctisiderMin
the hied iht -lie !i-e-. VlTV good. 'I lit'
Med.,
V, i
! : I
Mother- Whv -Iioiiid we null :e YY
a doctor when there are sn many new
tloctnrs every year' Fat her - Hut think
,-!' ali the new ailment.-! Meggeiidorfer
lliaetter.
j WHAT IT WILL DO. t
A wotiuin 1'uys a si-wiiifr ma
cliine fid- wliat it will do; not as
an art it'll' of 1'urnit.tir A man
carrifs a watch to tell Lim the
time; tint a an investment of
siiriilus capital. The same prin
I'iiii,' wlit-n t-r.e is ill. i: wati'
til,. Jl'e ' :i i:.o or file t I'fitll t:.
w' ;-, ;.'M i )''.. -v.- an.! lu-". 'l -j':-;.-.,,
! jt. ta-t-i! ta-i -t he a i'n, . 'i
t, .... ' ...,.' '.in - t.c s, ,.!,. .iTv.
e
a 1'eil'i!
1 in
1
HONOLULU HARBOR NO. 54, A. A.
of M. M. & P.
knr9: Meet" on the first Sun-
sf.Tf. 'lay evening of each
P4-"- ;,,.!,, a 7 o clock, at
j did Fe'h.w--' Ha'i. All
'!-:i,i;-'ia; brethren are
t(ird'.!y invited to "e':d.
Bv- order Worthy I'r. ;.ient.
WM. E. YOCNO.
FRANK C. I'tiOR, Secy.
ha v.
's Fi:v Orteiatig.
iiie 1-,
a-
W e , ; i
..,ri !
THEODORE ROOSEVELT CAMP
NO. 1, S. W. V.
Meets every f. cord and
fou"h Sur 5 ay of each tnnnth
v a er ,t v 1 ia U, corner
heti.el and II nd streets, at
7:30 P. m.
By order of the Camp Com
mander, J K. BROW X.
A i nit -nit .
1
1 in
n- nave
re-i ing.
ii -
, ' a - - 1 ia:r prt.v.'.-' it- ne : a
bia-atisf H las : sia ii a la-cor. t ii.;'
W AAII'OLL'S VR12 V A A TIO N
i- Icug'i; am' "'-'.''I wit 'lont; In i
: :.,u ,,r ilma Its (,,,,,1 ;a. :
! .1 1 ;s f,,r the faah
(;:: tan in l! ; aial ii L''
lias to bvi cariicil hv g.t (1
a taa
; tiiaif
i 'h-i-'i-. It. dots what you have .i
t r'giit to expect it to io. Ir U
! pnlaiah't' as imm-y and contaiaa
i all the . t i ra t ivfp roper; i.'s of j-inet
! e'od la-, t-r Chi, eomhined with t he
I ( ,.tniMiatH
HONOLULU SCOTTISH THISTLE
Meets ey?ry S u i f ti En Fraternal Meetings
Shvs in the niotitn a: v- n ,k. in .... . .
Ah
R;-:ms 11 and
Builihag.
JAS. H FlPf'FS. Chief.
JASa r.. VfGlLL. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1. I. O. R. M.
.Meets every first ami
) ., ,.f .- H
I f, fSi i ii i i i mi ' M , '
t ' ytci-:-.- V:e,i:th. it K of P. IP
- i SM"
- , v ii.f,' -trt-.-i. iitirig araaer-
Meets every fecond and four-h V.'. ; --aa .M' i.n'dy invited oi attend.
;'v t 7:30 o cit.etf in m.. in st. i y - Tono. O of K.
UAM1EN COUNCIL
I'.'.'j
Lo-un College Aiurr.ri Hall (D
Hsa), T'nion street. V!ri::g me::
are alwavs we!com-.
F. P. CRFEPON. !'re'. d-nt.
II. P. O'SULLIY N, Sc,--, -a
A. L. EAKIN.
-!',
i HONOLULU LODGE 616. B. P. O. E.
cent in tb--.r !ia!a
TITEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.
Tie Honolulu branch r th.is society p
B fe't" in the Kilohana Art Leng'te i
b-ii'-erig on Miller Street, groun 1 flaor.
tvr rv Wednesday evnin at 7:30 ,
Vlsi'.ors are cordially welcon.ed. 1
y$$3T
r ev,-v Frt :av even ' --
V-'-'iror broth-r, am
d
.! S. T). DOT'C II EKTY,
E. It.
GFO T. KLUEOFL. S--cy.
1 Svrap of 11 vp.itihcs-
phitcs an-i the iixtrrie- ,,f Ma''
and Wild Cherry. In Sct-afuia,
A ie-mia, Nervous anl C in r..!
li.-hs.rv, h.fht-nza- atid Wastit..'
', atapht n:t it is t , i 1 a r horou g! : ;
rt it.nl up.otu P. ;.,. .'. I.. '
r .-k -.iv -: ' I ha vo Jani rem a : -
aia.' - ni'i'e-s wi' !l it ii: iie ! I a-; f.
i - a t of I Am - a in pt h n , Cliroe
p.-. .nehiri--, Catarrh ami .a'..J' -'
,-;s A'tie-' ,,!;-. I' is ,,f sp. . a!
ti, j "a'.a d r,.i;r;t !!!; it tuati!ai. -ia.-
aop. -'tie at d ta,- u:g, -'h -.
! a-aa,-- ;i--;?iii;at i.-t,, ami .go- '
, i : i'ct-t j v int . t In- ifi'Si la: ion w ; it
il..- f.io"!. I eoti-i.h-r it a marve'
(am sm t i'yi in meiiicine." .livery
d'.sa !?( etive. It (aiTiliot iii--appoint
you." !Sold by chemii-'s
Bromide
Enlargements
of vour phi.itographs make very
acceptaide 'i.ris :aas presents,
especially when framed.
Our Sepia effect is very at
t met i e.
Consult us about the framing.
We have a large stock of beau
tiful frames and moulding.
Honolulu Pnolo Sin Co
' ' Everything ' Photographic ' '
Fort, below Hotel.
tceai tsiate
to be held at our salesroom dur
ing the month of December.
Full particulars at our office.
A 90-ACRE PINEAPPLE RANCH
AT PUPUKEA
FOR SALE CHEAP. -
A NICE HOME AT THE
PENINSULA
AT A BARGIN
u 1'-' o'clock a. m.
Household Furniture
Dry Goods Men's Suits
i i:n,'K'-:i:Y. GLASSWABE
Tu ps. ruOKIXG UTE.XSILS
MAd riNt,. j:tc, etc. '
JAS. W. PRATT,
Auctioneer,
At Auction"
MONDAY, DECEMBER ft19J
at iu o clock a. ni
goo
Ik'
fie
poi
ISC
ly1
ds adioininT m,n. , .PX
office, notei Kt.rppt c rrjv. r
-y K-O. yi TR Ml.Ji
GOLD COIN
FOR
Christmas Shopping
The woman who opened a Sav
ings Account and deposited reg
ularly each month a small sum
now has
Plenty of Money
for Holiday Gifts
A BARGAIN IN
PUUNUI PROPERTY
$1500.00.
$2000.00
will buy you a good 2-bedroom
house near
PAWAA JUNCTION.
CAN ARRANGE EASY TERMS.
REAL ESTATE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
at groun
sell on ahnvo ilato ,i ..Li-
2 mules. " aa
2 boilers (tin), 7 covers (agM)
34 flies (assorted). 8 '
- P. S. harness, surrev.
2o0 feet hose (rubber!.
26 padlocks, 2 ranees (armv)
2 tents (storage), 5 tents A,
1 tent (wall), "2 tent flies (stoiL
6 tent flies (hospital) W
I tent fly (wall).
1 wagon (escort).
Cos
tsob
o
tils
pi
JAS. W. PRATT,
AUCTIOXEEl
For Rent
To a responsible tenant, a complsWy
furnished house of parlor, diniig-nn,
kitchen, large veranda, four bedroai
and bath on second floor; electritliti,
etc.; large grounds; servants' qurfq
etc.
PRATT, THE LAND MAX
i
JAS. F. MORGAN
Victor Records for
NOVEMBER
6ergstrom Music Co.,
Limited.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd
Capital and Surplus, Si. 000,000
OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLt
TOYS ! TOYS t
Games, Puzzles, Books and a tresi
atock of Tovs. now on sale
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
A'av
Outw arfl.
For Vvaianae, Waialaa, Rahuku n.
tions y:15 a. m.. 3:20 r.. u-
rur 1'earl (.tty, L wa Mill nal A a
-stations 7:30 a. in., !':15 t. ta
11:30 a. iii., 2:lo p. m., 3:20 p. m,
5:15 p. tn..;S':30 p. m., tlltla p. m. j
For Wahiawa aud Leilehua "10:20 I
it., a:15 p. ni., j!o.3'a i,. ni., 11:15 f . I
Icward. j
Arrive Honobjlu fnnn Kahuku, Wait j
aaa and Waianae .":,'i0 a. m 5:J, j
a. tut j
rive Hyrtoiti!',! from Ewa Mill aaj j
i'eari t tty t7:-Ja a. w., a. to j
Pa - a iv... "I :4U p. tia, "4:25 p. m.
" . ' a. f. .. 7:3i! p. no
Arrive II iinohisu fron Wahiaw arit
i Peilebiai :: la m., 1 1 : 40 Ii, in., fi:i
;. na. Jl'PlO p. in.
The !1 'eiwa Liiaite.i, a two fcoL
' a n '(,'! , t'-sta-iass tickets honored)
a;:w- H-Ti-'iihi otry Sun. lay t h:S(
a. r.-turtiiiu:, arrive ,n Honolal;
' r, Pf:P- a. aa The Limited Oopi onh
. '' P'tiri ' iiy arid Wninnae out ws'
r ,i Wtaanae. Waipahu and Pearl Ci
inward.
! lai!v tKycept SurdaT jSraidav OlIi
: P DKMSON, F. C. SM 1TI1
G. P A
801 II 6HS
For Rent
A new, mosquito-proof tottifi,!;
ear line at Kaimuki; large yarijlt.
per month. Possession nvn l
i
i
1
Send us i
I'ostal and
we will givf
you prif
on window
cleaning anc
janitor work
Snaerinten.dent.
HONOLULU
Expert Window Gleaning Go.
Petwe. n Prewcrv ani Lnmfet Yard,
tl. V'.'een Street.
K00LAU RAILWAY TIME TABLi
DAILY, FXCKPT SATFRPAY
SUNDAY AND HOLIDAY
Leave Kahana for Punaiuu,
Hauula. Laie. Kahukn and
Way Stations at , .... 12:00 M
; rr:ve Kahuku at 1:00 P.fc 1
i i'et urn tnji : j
; Peave Kanukii for Taie, Han- j
, tila. pi.nalmi, Kahana and i
' Way Station? at 1:45 P !t j
l rrive Kahana at 2:45 p !
!s,TFRDAY, SUNDAY
AM) ncLlT)JiYi ;
I Arrive Kahuku at 11:58 A. V '
! Leave Kahuna for Punali:n,
iiaaa'a. Laie, Kahuku and
Way Sr,,t'.',', at II -pe v '.
a 1 i ' a
l:3ul'.y
Leave K-,: V - far Ta, . , Hau
ai a. i'iiaataa Kah.r a And
Way Sfit,on at ':.; p w '
FOR CHiLDREN
New, Attractive
BOOKS AND PUZZLES
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
DOLlTaiiilmELT
--I-ot;
CHRISTMAS GIVING
-AT-
EHLERS.
QUICK, REPAIRS
Proken lenses replaced quid oi!
accurate work.
Sj.ecial lenses ground to order.
Broken frames repaired promptly.
A, N. Sanford
Optician.
Roston Ruildinar - Fort 8ttk
Over May & Co,
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