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HONOLULU STAR-BUUiETIN, WEDXKSnAY, OCT. 9, 1012.
NOTED CONTRALTO WHO SINGS HERE
In order to make room for new goods.
Everything must be sold below cost
For Two V eeks Only,
Beginning October 1st
Nnuanu Street, near Hotel
LIOKED me COD
MULLET, RED SNAPPER
' THIS WEEK
. Metropolitan Meat Market
f' V1- V--lti,
- HfelLBRON C. LOUIS
r Give Your Grocer An: Order Today for
:H Ukt mora than lh suggestion to keep cool that days. It
raally can ba dona only with an ,
Just attach it to tha chandelier in Jplaca of a lamp. It uaaa
lass current than a 16-candlepower lamp.
Ws hava them complete from
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Nct;oiiati(n.-i xnding for the pur
chase of ihe home of the late James
F. M or pan, since long before his
death ,for the Episcopal church in
Hawaii have been concluded. A do
nation of $16,000 by the lale George
B. Cluett, a manufacturer of Troy, N.
Y provided the means. The prem
ises will be used for the establish
ment of the "George B. Cluett Home,"
as an addition to the already impos
ing group of church buildings includ
ing and adjacent to St. Andrew's
cathedral. H will be the home , of
the elder Priory girls. Possession
will be given to the church when
Mrs. Morgan's new dwelling on Liliha
street is completed.'
It is hoped by the church authori
ties that all the remaining property
required to square . up the church's
area In that vicinity will in time be
acquired, vhen a magnificent view of
the grounds will be completed at
Beretanla and Emma Streets. Bishop
Restarick, in nine years past, has
succeeded in having land and build
ings, of the value of $274,000 added
to the . holdings of the church.
Wa know everybody and understand
tha businsss. ' ; .
MR. AND MRS.. SMART
ARRIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO
Of the arrival in San Francisco ol
Mr. and, Mrs.. Henry G. Smart, the
San i Francisco Bulletin of October 1
Henry G. Smart, graduate of Vir
ginia and Vanderbilt Colleges, ac
'compauied -byv his bride of two
months, who was formerly Thelma
Parker, niece of Colonel Samuel
Parker and the wealthiest belle In
the Hawaiian Islands, arrived in San
Francisco this iriorning on the Pacific
Mail steamer Korea, on their honey
moon journey to Norfolk, Va., where
the Smart home Is located.
i The k groom; ; Is just 21, the bride
only, 18, yet the two, were the most
self-pofisessed passengers on i the
liner, The5 wedding, which ; waa cele
brated on the Parker plantation near
Honolulu, was , the most pretentious
feast of Its kind: In the Island city's
history; and - lasted for several days.
The decorations were m.ost elaborate
and 'native dances and singing -- were
given for the benefit of the assemb
led guests.- v.$ I -:f' '
"We h8d- Intended leaving Hono
UUu shortly ? after the wedding," said
Mr.- Smart, "but certain things pre
vented"! and this Is really our honey
moon., We will stay a day or twq in
San Francisco, where Mrs; Smart has
a: large . number of friends', and will
then proceed to Norfolk; Va.. where
my father and brothers reside." ;
Mrs. Smart .was ; clad . in a. gown ; of
dark material, with a fancy, lace neck
pieced a coat of white chinchilla : clot h
and 'a French' hat of velvet and
feathers., " She demurred at the re
quest for photographs,' but later com
promised, posing s with : a, group of
friends on the topmost deck of the
Korea. '';,' ;; ; : ' v''-
She has, a charming 4 manner "and
.shows unusually good taste In v. her
dress. . Although " reputed ; : to have
much ;r more : wealth v than V Jennie
Crocker, who married Malcolm, Whit
ney at San Mateo shortly before the
Smart-Parker wedding, Mrs: Smart
does not exhibit any affectation. Very
little Jewelry was worn during her
trip "acrpsa the Pacific, and she was
as much a part of the round of social
gaieties on the Korea as , any of the
other women passengers.
: On its last previous trip the Korea
was ! the r Bcene . of .a little misunder
standing between the skipper and the'
passengers Insofar; as "ragging" was
concerned." Once, when some of the
more daring spirits attempted to in
troduce the 'Texas Tommy,v j word
reached them that the captain .did
not approve and the "ragging" , ceas
ed. It remained for a little Hawaiian
belle. Emily Magoon, to defy the skip
per's x wishes and "ragging' was re
sumed in the face , of the captain's
This voyage the Korea's presiding
officer let it be known that the ban
had; been lifted. Rumor had It that
the concession had been raade because
of the presence on board of the
Smarts. No matter what the reason,
"ragging" was approved, and at a
hop given between Honolulu and this
port, Mr.' and Mrs. Smart Tagged"
to their hearts' content.
The romance between Miss Parker
and v Mr. Smart sprang up following
the arrival of the young man in Ho
nolulu last December. He was intro
duced in social circles in the islands
and three months ago word of their
eneaeement reached the mainland.
The wedding followed and the young
people settled ; down on one of the
Parker estates. They will spend only
a few short weeks at the Smart home.
Then they will make a. tour of the
Eastern cities and will return, to take
up their permanent residence in the
"Pearl of the Pacific."
GIVE INFORMAL DANCE
The nurses of the Queen's hospital
were hostesses at a deligthful inform
al dance Monday evening at their cosy
home on Beretania and Punchbowl
The rooms were decorated for the
occasion with palms, ferns and pink
carnations, while Japanese lanterns
here and there threw a sou ngni on
the whole scene, and a bowl of fruit
punch, embedded in a mass of ferns
in a corner of the dining-room was
served with cake and sandwiches
throughout the evening. Music was
furnished by the Hawaiian quartet.
The - guests included the Misses
Thnmncnn firant Kiihlman. Xichols.
A UUU1 - ' ' i
Whipple, Riley, De Lackner, Sewall,-
Ollinger, Wiley, Donner, PoliocK, Mac.
Laren, Arnold, and Messrs. Jackson,
Thomas. Rothrock. Keelor. Griffiths.
MacLaren, Simpson, Lowe, t Barton,
Meyore, Forrest and Drake.
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rrtITTKSS FLEOXOR A'DE TISNEROS r
tCrand opera contralto, who atrlf ed' yesterday and will ghe two con
eerts, ou next rridar ana Jionaajr evenings , iiie iueuay roucm uus
been ntored one day forward because the Countess ..will sail on Tuesday for
the Coast. - , -
ANOTHER GREAT PURCHASE
Ex Hdnolulan Today
We received a special purchase that will
be if anything; better values than those ;
goffered at our Big Sale two months ago. '
This lot comprises Embroideries in
Linen andlCottbn Tordions
Calais Shadow Lace
Venice and Macrame Bands
Ratine Bands and Edges
Watch Our Windows
For This Big Display
The whole purchase will be placed
on sale on
Monday Morning, Oct. 21st
Black Velvet, Black Satin, Patent, -Dull
Calf, Tan Calf -' 03.50 a Pcir
Retain the Natural Juices.
- of the Cooked food.
Per Package with
Recipe Book ; i
ajBo iiiM dn apis iqBu si . :
Phone 2295 Eeaohea
ALL KINDS OF BOCK AKD SAAD FOB COCBTE VTOBX
F1BEVT00D AND COAL. - '
(3 QUEEX STBEET. F. O. BOX 111
Established 1890 1
A specialty made of the cleaning of WOMEN'S GOWNS and
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