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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1910.
CLOSING PLAY IS LOCAL BREVITIES. Is r, , it all lot, 1 UK crank. 3Ti .LIB- s )0K LTD- II! Holiday Footwear ia great variety of all the latent fashions. VELVET, SATIN SUEDE in BFTTOX BOOTS PUMPS and STRAP PUMPS. $4.00 to $7.50 jiese are absolutely new and cor rect in style. Our Shoe Certificates , 1 are good presents. Honolulu Lodge Xo. (JIG. B. P. O. E.. will meet in Elks' Hall. King street, at half-past seven this evening. Polynesia Encampment Xo. 1, I. 0. O. V., will meet in Odd Fellows' Hall at half-past seven this evening. Oahu Lodge Xo. 1, K. of P., will meet in K. P. Hall tonight at half-past seven for the election of officers and work in first rank. There will he a special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge Xo. 21, F. and A. M., in Masonic Temple at half -past seven this evening. The Hawaiian Women's Club will meet at the Kamehameha Preparatory School this evening at seven-thirtv o'clock. All members are requested to i i BEST OF SEASON attend. Elaborate preparations are being Open Saturday Evenings. Mntis' sue Co H i " - UUIUI Limited 1051 Fort St. " . - J . . ... ...v, "V.u made by the Moana Hotel management for a New Year's ball, for which the invitations will soon be issued. Mrs. Church, the social manager of the hotel, has the affair in ctiarge and is working to make it one of the notable functions of the season. A cordial invitation is extended by the vestry of St. Clement's Church to all interested in the welfare of the i parish to a reception to be held this j evening in the parish house, beginning 1 at eight o'clock. Strangers in the town1 will be most welcome, and an exceed ingly pleasant evening is promised. The Hawaiian . Dredging Company's new dredge Turbine went to work on Tuesday, and not Wednesday, as an afternoon paper reported. The machine was working all day Tuesday, at which time President Dillingham of the Ha waiian Dredging Company and Presi dent n indes of thp Snti TYflneiseft Bridge Company were aboard, watching the dredge gorge out a big coral bank. The dredge Las proven a success so far. M. S. GRINBAUM PASSES AWAY IN GERMANY The regret Houolulans generally will have in the departure next week of George B. Howard and his talented players, who are concluding a ten weeks' engagement at the Xew Or pheum, is increased in attending their closing production, "Tennessee's Part ner," put on for the first time last night. This breezy western drama proves to be the best thins the com- liflrv hns sriven itst rtjitrrms. heincr so! L v. r a - - j pronounced by a good house. The play, I : t . l ; ' i . i i .... - I line wesrern in pioi ana selling, is iree irom gunplays ana explosions try- I ing to nervous people, while the assign- i ment of the various parts gives suitable I characters to the different members to I deniet. ! The main honors of the piece go to Robert Mi-Kim. who held cases and dealt square. Miss Jonson had the part of the sweet southern girl, the character and lines suiting her. perhaps, better than anv thing she has yet appeared in here, while Miss Dunn, as a virago, was equally at home as when playing the high society lady. Mr. Howard was "the greatest liar in camp," and was the cause for the most of the comedy. The other members of the company are well cast, and each does a full share in making the closing play a decided suc cess. f BIG APPLE SALE JUMPED FROM GAR AND WAS NJURED CHOICE OREGON APPLES 1 From Rogue River Valley w; ftvered Direct to You for Their Actual Cost ion-Pacific Transfer Co. Opposite Lewers & Cooke it Sucking Pigs Ready to Cook for Christmas. As sweet as sweet ORDER AT OINCE Telephone 1881, Waialae Ranch. A cablegram announcing the death of M. S. Grinbaum was received in town I yesterday morning. The message, which had been sent from Berlin, was signed by the deceased's widow and gave no particulars as to the cause of death. Mr. Grinbaum, who was between seventy and eighty years of age, was well known in Honolulu, having been identified with its commercial life for many years. For nearly half a century he was head of the firm of Grinbaum & Co., plantation agents and importers of general merchandise. The firm was originally started by an uncle of Mr. Griiibaum in 1S65, and then, about ten years afterwards, the business was "taken over by M. Louisson and the deceased, who afterwards became the head of the company, the business of which was wound up in 1908. Both he and his wife traveled a great deal, and the family at no time ever re sided here except "for the purpose of spending the winter months. (VQ0D PROGRAM AT SAVOY THEATER ath Rob THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN HONO LULU. MADE OF SOFT TURKISH MATERIAL AND FIN ISHED BY HAND. We have different patterns and a wide range of sizes and fashions. This is a garment more serviceable than its name implies. It is cheap at whatever price you are charged for one. For Christmas MACHINE SHOP HAS NEW AND COMPLETE EQUIPMENT. Try us our work is the best and oar charges reasonable. he i mi I OliSCO SMOKE General Arthur CIGARS. Silva's Toggery, KING NEAR FORT STREET FOR GOOD INVESTMENTS in REAL ESTATE apply MAG00N BROS. Room 1 Magoon Building. FURNITURE AND RUGS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS J. HOPP fit CO., LTD. Exquisite Articles: TOOLED LEATHER CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Arts and Crafts shop Young Building. Last night at seven o'clock a phone message reached the police station for the ambulance. The police patrol went out to Lunalilo street, and there found ! a Portuguese, named Sebastian Agusto, ) lying at the side of the car track. The man was picked up and taken to the Queen's Hospital, where he was ad mitted for treatment. The ininries sustained bv the man are nor verv serious, and the police officer's report read as follows: "Went in patrol wagon to corner of Kinau and Lunalilo streets, and there found man named Se bastian Acmsto. There were a few holes into his forehead, and his ankle was sprained below the knee." It appears that the injured man innino, nft' ear Xo. S while it was mov ing at a good rate of speed. He fell to the ground ana ronea oer secin times. Eyewitnesses state that Agusto did not ring the bell for the car to stop, and that he simply jumped off while the conductor was busy at the other end of the er. . - HALF CENTURY HERE; KAMAAINA PASSES AWAY PAU KA HANA And the dirt moved. Get it from your grocer. READ THE ADVERTISER, WORLD'S NEWS DAILT GIFTS FOR Christmas STATIONERY IN FANCY BOXES, CALENDARS, FOUNTAIN PENS. Hawaiian News Co. Young Building The new program, presented last night at the Savoy Theater, was well rendered throughout, films and' vaude ville players vying in popularity. The Malan-Magrath company's new farce comely sketch, "The Substitute," while an old pli't. was worked out in a humor ous way. with Magrath, as a darky, taking f.rr-t honors. George Stanley's new fa.'.ads. with pictured accompani ment, were good. Wida. the German comedian, showed considerable talent as a cello aTtist, and Dot Raymond gave two sinking selections which were in line wirn her previous successes. tk, r-.,iiA films were of a high stand ard. The bat-hunting film, showing! re', r to:;e pictures of a novel hunt in I Sumatra, was educational and full or intere-t. The bats are shown hanging iv tN'r claws to the limbs of a tree. . . . . . i ... ( i: e. which was s'.iown ny me uumcj and'h:s litt.e native servant, had wide-'M.rt-a-iirnr wings, and the body looked i ke thru ot an enlarged mongoose. "P.ettv as an Errand Girl" was one of the PatLe comedies. John L. Allen, a well known kama aina, died yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Le Clair, 1411 Bere ft; svpniip. The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. II. H. Parker at ten o'clock this morning from the home, and the interment will be in Nuuanu John Allen was born in Bristol, Khode Island, and arrived in Honolulu ; ii He has been an active man during the most of his residence in the Islands, having been connected -with the 7.;,-.;,m1 hotels dnrincr much of his life- tine. He has always taken a deep in terest in . church work and has been a faithful member of the Christian church for many years. Apptropr5ai(t2rQ2s THAT'S A LONG WORD TO START OFF WITH BUT IT EXPRESSES THE QUALITY OF A PAIR OF MEN'S SLIPPERS FOR CHRISTMAS." NEXT TO A SMOKER'S JACKET THERE IS NOTHING THAT FILLS THE BILL AT THIS SEASON. WE HAVE THEM IN Chrome Kid Morocco Alligator SKin Seal They sell at prices from $2.00 upwards clnerny's Shoe Store Fort above King Street BUSINESS LOCALS. MEAT FAMINE. . become of your zoological rht meat was too &a caudv ; fresh and tine. Benson, iitk i- Cn T t.1 ir,.tpl !n,I Fort. 3tler your Christmas trees at the '?opohtan Market, King street. Nichols Co., Ltd., the big toy will be open everv evening until Eseilarmon. the best car ever made, 'kbe seen at the agency. Royal Ha- ijn r,A "; !t)t,1 a St.. of these beautiful willow plume 'isHnct ;....r tliinir far t'hrisT- I them at Miss Power's, Boston , t ort stu-et. ...... PTUGUESE SOCIETY FILES INCORPORATION PAPERS 1 new t!vt-. : !...-.-tit cocietv among r Portng-.ie.e has been formed and r-es of :i"( iatiin filed with Tern irl Tiy-iw ..- i ....vr.tMr Tt is called I" Assni.-i.-.i i d- Soecorros Mutuos l ratriH." fi.e in. on-t.rators 'are I C. Sousa. A;!"-.:tine P. C. Correa. "What ha ear leul ' ' valuable 'to have it loafing around in .;ag.-s to' look at." Meggendorfer Bmetter. ' Ipfor lr;,r -ess ii:1 ! .It-e Kc: Buy Your Xmas Gift at SACHS Saturday, Dec. 1 7, Souvenir Day HAND - PAINTED WATER - COLOR iivM.-iation, so the T-.fii. It- ri-'t for pront. - ,!. It is orgnn i i . tit, education and . r- i f the Port'.;guee :m i.f Portuguese m a na.i.-ig irrict cue day for Parj,. u-.'jiruistc-ring coi-firnw- 0'l a.;ei i.'.e nervous I.ttie gin ? ttatrhi...!.-.- i-. It is a state of .."'' tor-!!-! w:ti-h tboKe who enter omt.!t...i ... .r.,,i for a time to L?e the.-., ;v,r a :.,r'-'ht( r and better she v. i ' v,, ti.i " remon- that t k3"n ami t i- Journ.:". 1911 CALENDAR hat i-n't matri- b-fin:'n of purgn- r alone." srvd the vi-,.. sbe's right. What v about it f '' Ladies' or a bock by a standard author GIVEN AWAY with every pur chase cf S2.50 or over. THE. GRANDEST CHRISTMAS DISPLAY j THE LOWEST PRICES Sachs Dry Goods Co. STORE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS SAY Amateur Night Tonight. With no signs of falling off in at tendance and another packed house to of bill last night, the new Bijou continues to maintain, r.r in.TPiise. its ooinilaritv with local .... The bill last evening. . Itcrt n i i;w . -t. . - - , proved the sensation of the season, and! , .m.,i tVvinns on the ! tnere were iuuu suuJ ' program that it was hard to pick out a particular feature. AH of the vaude ville numbers went well, and the second half of "Slatterv's Boardmghouse got laugh after laugh. Hughes' orches tra plavede a complete new muscail pro gram, "and it was heartily received. Tonight's program will " introduce something in ttie way ui a. "-'y The regular program of vaudevme, i " ,..,.,i.. m,i motion nietures musical uuiuc-ij l . will be augmented by the addition of several aspiring perionueio, uu face the footlights for the first time The occasion will inaugurate what will be known in the future as "amateur night." and the new departure will give novices a chance to show their rea worth and talents. It is a fact that lented performers in lUCIC j - - Honolulu who have neever had a chance n q professional stacre, and ;is a result likelv material has been kept in the background for the want of op-. Th- manai'cment of the P.iiou will obviate this by setting aside one night each week for "tryouts,' and those who make good will be given places on the regular bill. This inno vation promises encouragement from all ..i,lo from the patrons of the theater, as well as a-pirants for professional honors. , , . -w.,r....-r,.- tr.il.ev has been looking over some ot the' applicants, and finds that there are quite a few who should make their wav to the regular list it given a chance. Of the hundred or more amateurs who are willing to be tried out before a critical audience, at least a score of them size up as likely material, of the-e at least six will be put on tonight, another set the follow ing I'ri.iav niirh. and so on. Of course, in"the meantime more will come to the - 1 1 1 ii "- i r i WHY NOT SPEND CHRISTMAS OUT OF TOWN AND GET A DINNER THAT WILL BE REMEMBERED AS ONE OF THE BEST IN HISTORY. THERE WILL BE GOLF AND TENNIS AND A VAST AMOUNT OF GOOD CHRISTMAS CHEER. TRY THE WEEK-END AND ENJOY YOURSELF. HOTEL STEWART SAN FRANCISCO Geary Street, aboTe Union Squat e Jut oppoate Hotel St francia Eoroeean Plan $1.50 a day tip American Plan $3.00 a day up Steel and brick structure, furnish ings cost $200,000. High class hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus meets all trains and steamers Hotel Stewart now recognized as Hawaiian Island headquarters. Cable address, "Trawets" A. B. C Code. Reservations made through Trent Trust Co., Fort Street. . Honolulu. Holiday Suggestions FOR MENS GIFTS i Selecting appropriate gifts for men is usually a most difficult taak: an- j ticipating this we herewith suggest aticles that will, by thetr character and quality, positively please. Apartments, Cuisine and Service IligllCSl jioiiuoiu PLEASANTON HOTEL Wilder Ave. and Pnnahou. R. Rubber Coodb GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. y PEASE President 573 573 577-oTy Market Street, San Francisco. Cai., U. S. A. jJt j f !1J, front ten of tt an.', in a short time the "ama- niaht " e-.crfment will become one fei-.tures of the weekly prornm Owin to the lenuth of t he program ; isht ! t.. jiromj.f iy. T,ert'orn;ar.-'e will start ! i ... . i it siv-thirtv o clock, an.i on a. oo'nt'of there heinfi three shows at- urdav evening the same time is set io. ti e oi.ep.iMj of the theater. HIS WHIM. K'-i-Iisii Waiter "Whieh side of the 'ii.!eie i-ou wish to sit on. sirl" n,er:e":.n Ouet "I prefer to sit on a chair' Tit Bits. Extension Bookracks 3.00. 4.00, 5.00. Desk Sets 7.50. S.50. 1U.UU, io.uu. havir"cr Mugs .75. 1.00. 2.00. 3.00, o.OO. Mustache Cups 1.00. 2.50. 4.50 shaving Mirrors 2.75. 3.75. 5.00, , .oQ. Cigar and Tobacco Jars 1.00, 2.50, 3.50, "5 00. steins .75. .fi.". 1.00. 1.50. 2.00. up. Smoking Sets 4.50. 5.00. 6.50, 7.a0. Pocket F!asks-4..-0, o.OO, 6.00. Thermos Sundries 2.00. 3.00. 3.. t. cp. Plotters 1.00. 1.25. 1.50. Pen Travs l.OO. 1.50. 1.75. Paper Knives .SO. .75. 1.00, 2.00. TnlUtand-l'0, 1-25. 2.00, 2.50. Heading Lamps 3.25. 4.50, 7.50. Letter Holders 2.0O, 2.75, 3.50. CUtht Lighters 1.75. 2.25, 3.00. Tantalus Sets 32.50. etc P.r:dge Pads 1.25. 1.75, 20. r-,T Whisker Set 20.''"'. 2".oo. C,it Highhall Set-2.-.-'. "5.-o. ,h Trav .25. .5. .75. !.'". 2.0O. Corkscrews-2.0O. 2.25. 3.00 4.0f. ; Pottle Openers-1.75 2.00, 2...0. : Toast Flacqnes 1 ; Mateh Stands .75. .5. 1.00. 1 .Cocktail Shaker 1.50. 2.50, 3..-.0. , :,,. T'.i i o:). 5 .00. : Pen Piacqi-e 2.25. 3. Cut Wine S l-V '. Mr. and Mrs. Hashimoto MASSEURS Rheumatism, Bruises, and other Ailments Quickly Relieved. Telephone 2637 17 BKLTANIA AVE. NEAP. EMMA -o. 10.00. o "'o.OO. (4 Yamatoya 5 W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd. 53-57 King Street, Honolulu. ALL KI-NT'S r.F SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS MAPF. TO ORDER 125" Fort Stre-t. just above Orpbeum n