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J THE PACIFIC COMMEECIAL ADVEETISEE, HONOLULU, FEIDAY, DECEMBEE 16, 1910. H 1 .1 if n i 'n rf Ui Fraternal Meetings POLYNESIAN ENCAMPMENT NO. 1, I. O. O. F. Meet every first and third Friday of the month, at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fel lows' Hall, Fort Street. Visiting broth era eordiallv invited to attend. J. A. LYLE, C. P. L. L. LA P1EHEE, Scribe. EXCELSIOB LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30, in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street. Visit ing brothers eordiallv invited to attend. K. C. HOPPER. N. G. L. L. LA P1EERE, See'y. HAEMONY LODGE NO. 3, L O. O. F. Meets every Monday evening, at 7:30, in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street. Viaiting brothers eordially invited to attend. HUOH E. MeCOY, N. G. E. E. HENDRY, See'y. PACIFIC EEBEKAH LODGE NO. 1, L O. O. F. Meets every seeond and fourth Thurs day, at 7:30 p. m., Odd Fellows' Hall. Visiting Rebekahs are cordially invited to attend. MARION FAUTH, N. G. ALICE NICHOLSON, See'y. OLIVE BRANCH RE BEE AH LODGE NO. 2, I. O. O. F. Meets every first and third Thursday, at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Hall. Visiting Kebekahs are cordially invited to attend. MARGARET SIMONTON, N. G. 8ALLIE L. WILLIAMS, See'y. OCEANIC LODGE NO. S71, F. & A. M. Meets on the last Monday of each month, at Masonie Temple, at 7:30 p. xu Visiting brethren are cordially in vited at attend. J. A. PALMER W. M. W. H. GOETZ, See'y. TiFAHT CHAPTER NO. 2, O. E. 8. Meets every third Monday of eaeh month, at 7:30 p. to., in the Masonic Temple. Visiting sisters and brothers are cordially invited at attend. NELLIE J. STEPHENS, W. M. ADELAIDE M. WEBSTER, See'y. LEI ALOHA CHAPTER NO. S, O. E. S. Meets at the Masonie Temple every eeond 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. COURT CAMOES NO. 8110, A. O. F. Meets every seeond and fourth Tues day of eaeh month, at 7:30 p. m., in San Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visit ing brothers tordially invited at attend. N. K. HOOPH, C. B. H. PEBEIBA, F. 8. CAMOES CIRCLE NO. 240, O. O. F. Meets every seeond and fourth Thurs day of eaeh month, at 7:30 p. m., in San Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visiting companions are eordially invited to at tend. MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS, C. C. LOUIS A. PERSY, F. S. COURT LUNALTLO NO. 6800. A. O. F. Meets every first and third Wednes day evenings of eaeh month, at 7:30 p. m., in Pythias Hall, corner Fort and Beretania streets. Visiting brothers eordially invited. F. J. ROBELLO, C. R. JAS. K. KAULIA, P. C., F. S. HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O. E. , and fourth Wednesday evening of each month at 7:30 o'eloek, 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. OAHU LODGE NO. 1. K. of P. Meets every irst and third Friday at 7:30 o'eloek, Pythian Hall, corner Bere tania and Fort streets. Visiting broth er eordially invited to attend. WM. JONES. C. C. O. HEINE, K. of E. k S. William Mckinley lodge no. 8, E. of P. Meets every iMond and fourth Satur. lay evening at 7:30 o'clock, in Pythian Ball, corner Beretania and Fort streets. Visiting brothers eordially invited to attend. H. A. TAYLOR. C. C. E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S. HONOLULU HARBOR NO. 54, A. A. Of M. M. & P. t-p Meets on the first Sun- I i' evening of each yj month, at 7 o'clock, at j Odd Fellows' Hall. All rejourning brethren are cordially invited to attend. By order Worthv President, WM. E. YOUNG. FRANK C. POOR, Secy. THEODORE ROOSEVELT CAMP NO. 1, S. W. V. Meets every second and fourth Saturday of each month in Waverley Hall, corner Bethel and Hotel streets, at 7:30 p. m. By order of the Camp Com mander, J. K. BROWN, Adjutant. HONOLULU SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB. Meets every second and fourth Fri days in the month at 8 o'clock, in Rooms 11 and 12, Alexander Young Building. JAS. H. FTDDES, Chief. JAS. C. MrOTLL. Secy. KAMIEN COUNCIL NO. 563, T. M. I. Meets every seeond and fourth Wed a&sdty it 7:30 o'eloek p. m., in St. Louis College Alumni llall (Dreierj Hall), Union street. Visiting members j kre alwavs welcome. F.'D. CREEDOX. President. H. P. O 'SULLIVAN, Secretary. THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The Honolulu branch c. this society eets in the Kilotna Art League building on Miller street, gTound. floor. very Wednedv evening at 7:30 Visitors are cordially welcomed. EDMUNDS ACT itf INTERVENE ! Pawnbroker Carlo Arouses Ire of Judge Girls Tell of Ruin. One of the most unusual proceedings ever brought into the local courts was furnished yesterday morning by J. Carlo, the pawnbroker, when he was haled before Judge Cooper on a bench warrant, charging him with making a statement in the hearing of court, offi cers and jury which reflected upon the issue of a case being tried, and ad judged in contempt of court and lined $100, being given until three o'eloek in the afternoon to pay it. He paid the amount at. noon, aud the ease went on with new sensations unfolding at every stage. Carlo explains that no contempt was intended, his remark and the ap pearance of Judge Cooper coming to gether as a strange coincidence. The case in question was the action of the .Territory versus Evans and oth ers, charged with committing an assault upon girls, the allegation being that the girls were forcibly dragged into a rear portion of the Art Theater and as saulted. The court and jury wished to view the scene of the alleged assault and went in a body to see the premises. While passing J. Carlo's plaee of busi ness on Fort street, Carlo said within the hearing of judge and jury: "Aw, they ought to let those fellows go and send the girls to the reform school." The remark was taken as a caustic comment on the proceeding of the case and a beneh warrant was issued by the judge upon bis return to the courtroom. When questioned as to why he made the statement Mr. Carlo had no ready an swer. He begged the court 's pardon and asked him to let him off, but the judge felt that the matter justified him in imposing a heavy fine. Then, when Mary Miller, a fifteen-year-old girl, who is alleged to have been assaulted by Evans, a part negro, was on the stand, she made several statements whieh may cause United States District Attorney Preekons to "take a hand and bring the Edmunds Act to bear upon the girl and Will Pres tidge, who is connected with the stage department of one of the theaters. The girl said she had been living, since the assault in the house of the latter man, had occupied the same room and told the judge and jury several things about herself and the man. The testimony was vile and showed that not only this girl, but her companion, two years younger, had become the victims of men older than themselves, and they were being carried down the road to ruin at a rapid rate. Lucas Defendants Demur. Defendants in the action brought by Lydia Liieas against Charles Lucas, John Lucas and Marv N. Lucas, ves terday filed a demurrer to the rather sensational suit brought against them with reference to the alleged interest of Lydia Lucas in the Lucas brothers holdings. The defendants set forth that Lydia Lucas has not set forth neeesHarv parties as plaintiffs in her suit, ami they claim that her right to sue has been barred by the statute of iiir.itatious. Cleghorn Administrators. Letters of administration were issued by Judge Robinson yesterdav to A. G. M. Robertson and James Jaeger in the estate of A. S. Cleghorn. deceased. They are to file an inventoiy within sixty days. She Was Never Married. Etta Hilbus was presented with a decree yesterday by Judge Robinson which set her free from any relation ship whatever with Charles Kekoa, who is now serving a term in Oahu prison for bigamy. She set forth in her re quest for annulment of marriage that she mirried Kekoa in October, 1909, and that she did not know then that he had a wife living and undivorced, hi3 wife being known as Minnie Per kins Upapa, alias Kekoa. Three weeks after her marriage she learned this. Kekoa was arrested and convicted on a bigamy charge. A HERO. Kicker "My great grandfather car ried that drum all through the Revolu tion." Snicker "And whenever he sighted the enemy he beat it, I suppose." Brooklyn Life. HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21, F. & A. M, TIIKRB "WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, K. & A. M., at its lodge room, Masonic Temple, corner of Hotel and Alaken streets, THIS (Fridav) EVENING, December 16. 1910, at 7:30 o'clock. WORK IX THIRD DEGREE. Members of Honolulu Lodge, Oceanic Lodgo and all visiting brethren are fra ternally invited to attend. L'v order of the W. M. K. R. G. WALLACE, Seeretarv. HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1. I. O. E. M. Meets every first and third Thursday of each ! X.-ir.. Imonth. in K. of P. Hall. orrpr Fort srifl Rerpfnnia I streets. uitme brothers ! eordiallv invited to attend, i E. V. TODD. C. of R. i 1 A. L. EAKIX, Saehem. HONOLULU LODGE 616. B. P. O. E. jT Km- street, near Fort. every tri.jsy evening. Visiting brothers are cordially invited to at tend. JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R. GFO. T. KLUEGEL, Sey. I 1 Fraternal Meetings j 1 J ill REALTY' AUCTION CO., LTD. Auctioneers of Real Estate 916 Fort Street. When in San Francisco do your shopping at Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of Ladies', Children's and Infants' Wear. SPECIALS IN OUR INFANTS' WEAR DEPARTMENT: INFANTS' SLIPS, tucked and embroidered yoke $ .50 INFANTS' SLIPS, hand-stitched and tucks $ .90 INFANTS' SKIRTS, tucked bottom $ .50 INFANTS ' FLANNEL SKIRTS, hand-stitched hem 1.00 INFANTS' FLANNEL PINNING BLANKETS .50 INFANTS' GOWNS, domet flannel, ribbon trimmed $ .50 HAND-CROCHET BOOTEES $ .15 HAND-CROCHET SACQUES $ .25 All packa ses to the " Islands" will be sent free of charge Grant Avenue and Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal. II O )'o O "'.. O ,... O - -, . O ' 1 ! Children's Toys ! j Made of Heavy Tin and Japanned in 1 r GREEN, BLUE OR RED U n S TOY DISH PANS f U 1 0c. n TOY COAL HODS AND SHOVELS ? 15c. O TOY WASH TUBS AND WASH BOARDS O 0 o 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.f O Household Dept. Take Elevator ! Q o nr er f -i PUBLIC STRUCTURES ARE DELAPIDATED Appropriations for the repair and renovation of the Capitol may be asked at the coming session of the legislature, in addition to the necessarily large ap propriations for the reconstruction of the Judiciarv building. ! Both government structures are in a sad state of repair and the Governor : hopes that the legislature wi 1 recognize i'.""" F'vyci mC "otj-- ul me Vi r'. . i. aiic viutnuut un-icit pomis out inrougu nis rear omee window to show wnere piaster is tailing irom the ceil- inn of the porch, while much of the . plaster is discolored. There is a gen- oral air of decay throughout the (.W loi, aud tin? exterior is commencing to i show dilapidation. The roof needs re- ! pairs, the former iron railings about ' the flagstaff cupola are gone, and only' woodeu railings, some broken, grace the ' summit. The Governor does not know just what will be done with the Judiciary ; building. The floors are weak, the ceil ing plaster is failing, the roof leaks, and it has. fallen into decay which is making the building dangerous for oc cupancy. KAM ALUMNI DIRECTORS HOLD MEETING TONIGHT The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Kamehameha Ahimui Association will be held at the el u ise this evening at h&lf-tast seven ) 'clock, and it is imperative th: --; -'i moi iil Oil Id he present. XL meeting is to . consulor matters ot im- i .rtaucc. I ne iinaneial situation of jtb i ' ex as-oc-ia ion. and particularly, the ihiquent roll, will be dis latter is a sensitive q-.ies-is hop. d, that a satisfac or, wi'i be reacheil. ive -nss.-d. The ti.'ii. b-r ir torv concilia T'ue b'f.r.l. as well as the association. re-r--r the los of its treasurer. Thomas Tr adway. who hs tendered Lis resig ns ion. and stipulated that it take t-sfect January 1, It'll. During his con nection as treasurer of the association for eleven years, he rendered excellent i anl valuable services. By severing his j connection as treasurer the association realizes the loss a great one, and the gap to ue niiod, deep. I jii me mean time, tne alumni have ; been speculating as to probable candi dates to nil the vacancy, and their choices have narrowed down to two strong "standbies'- David Desha and Joseph Ordenstein vice president and corresponding secretary of the associa tion respectively. Other names were suggested, bur the two named seem to be the undisputed favorites. Both men are excellent candidates for the office, and both rMeivfi1 Vioii. l 1'unahou after completing their cmire Ka.nehaineha. There is no question as to their qualifications to assume the mines ot a treasurer. The former is rieKer, aont tor th O R T, Co., ana tlie Jatfer is entry clerk in the i m ted States e ustomhouse. It is hard to j.redi t who will win, as both candi- dates ar eequally popular. OAHU YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION CONVENTION TONIGHT The regulsr quarter! the Oahu Young iVopk .' convention of 's ion will be heid this evening at Manna Valiev. the t Milis Institute, in pic ft discussion bei n i oung People Work." ,n uc anowea tnree min ute. The program is as follows: How to make the praver meeting most effective. Mr. Cross. " What the social department ought to accomplish. Miss Mover. What a Young People's Soci-tv ought to be to a church. Kev. 11. E. Smith.' How can the Young People's societies 1 .1.. V H . " , . ueip luc j. . -u. i . .. l'aui si:ig:ng. Sujrer. How can the V lung Peojde's so,-ietie help the Y. Y. C. A. H .v ...... th.; Yon -Mi-s Ob-son. i- Pci. tics hv!p th i".i;g ii'isine-s TVC!,T. 11: w can ; t' " can Ye::::.- I its. Mr. Fit :ir; .1. ( A SWEET TOOTH. First Ciub-iian ' Can I 1,0; ' 'iub:n!! What Vt.il. ' 'l 've have von st ?onie iat rot: " niv u-ft'a toao-- V: r-t Chibmnri Tf.iT-e! W Second 'lubman ' 4 Ves. but ire in it." London Tatler. Jas.F. Morgan N ESTATE REALTY AUCTIONEER No. 857 Kaahumanu St, Three Auction Sales or Real Estate 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 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. JAS. F. MORGAN GOOD PRESENT for CHRISTMAS Only $6.25, in Wicker $5.50 and low as $3.00. See our window display ! j ne Furniture Co., JOHN NEILL ENGINEER. 133 Merchant Street. Machinery Repaired. Ship and General Blacksmithin. Gasoline Engines. FRESH FLOWERS ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Lowest prices. Wagon, Fort and Hot.i ttrects. Visitors welcome to garden Kauhi, next to Thomas Pineapple Com pauy. Okubo Garden, telephone 2790 OLD KONA COFFEE McCHESNEY COFFEE CO, 16 Merchant St STOCKS BONDS AND REAL ' i "I !iuuui if mi uno ! ! ! Jas. W. Pratt real mi mm 10118 NEGOTUi City Auction Co 125 Merchant St. THIS DAY AT AUCTION A f: ntiT c'll.ithrt,.., in- - r - . ,.f j0 .Merchant tf rnlUAY, DEC. 16, 1910 At 10 o'eloek a. m. Household Furniture DRY GOODS Books, Rubber Balls Window Display Also MUSCOVY DUCKS BLACK MINORCA CHICKENS BUFF COCHIN CHICKENS JAS. W. PRATT, AUCTIONisEI, For Rent To a responsible tenant, a eompl furmBhed honse of parlor, dining-ro kitchen, large veranda, four bedrooi and bath on second floor; electrie lih! etc ' gr0unds" 8ervant8' qnartei PBATT, THE LAND MAtf. For Rent A new, mosquito-proof eottaw. J ear line at TT;mr.v;. i .1 - "-.iiuuai - iarire vara ir Dr month Tn.D-;l -?.'7 ' 1 voocoaiuu tiveu not For a few days only, I ofiFer a Great Bargain at KaimuL1 30 000 sq. ft., surrounded by a substai tial stone wall- n Emiii Tj other improvements; on macadamiJ mad Tinn. i: -i , . iiuk. verveneap, if quickly. Part cash and part time. PRATT THE LAND MAN. Co., Ltd! Renear ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS rhe Star Dyeing and Cieanin 221 Beretania Avenue near Alakea. Telephone 11S2. MAKAI SIDE OF STREET No connection with the place across tt street. THE EAGLE TELEPHONE 2575. CLEANING, DYEING and PRESSING WOEK FORT AND KUKUI STREETS. -ft TOYS ! TOYS 1 Games, Puzzles, Books and a hU vocjc or loys, now on sale. WALL, NICHOLS CO. LTD. LOTS AT A. B LO M DRY GOODS Fort SLOpposite Catholic Churtx AUTO-LIVERY phone 1326 ANCHOR SALOON PUREST AND BEST LIQUORS Corner Nuuanu and King Street! F. E. Davis & Co . MERCHANDISE BROKERS Nuuanu and Merchant Streets FOR CHILDREN N-rx, Attractive BOOKS AND PUZZLES BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.