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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY. MAnCII 10, 1906.
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
Boo Pik S, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ads.
HOUSE On Klnau Street.
OFFICES In Walty Building.
WAIIKHOUSKS On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Houses In all parts of the City.
Hoof cattlo for sale at Kn
huku llanch, Kail, Ha
waii. 3212 U
deal country home at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river: good bathing;
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, rosea, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Uargaln. Apply
in I'. K. Jl. Strauch. It col Estnle. 74
8. Klnc St.. Walty Bldg. 329G-tf
Wur.dcnbcrg residence Ileretnnla St.
Nine rooms completely furnished.
Four to six months Addres C II F
this office 33::: tr
Four rooms completely lurnlshod
stove, pantry, washroom moreroora,
I'lrrtrlc light. 523 Hotel St
A two story bouse. No li1 (Ireeu
"street Furnished or unfurnished
Apply C U Hcjnolds 3317 If
Flno corner lot in llaklki. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and alt Improvement. Two mln'
utes1 walk from cara and Punahou
College. Address 1L F.. tola office,
Mrs wood from the Kahaulkl camp,
Apply at the Moana Express, and!
shooting gnlicry. l Hotel near nuu
nnu St. Phone Ulue 511.
Pure Pl mouth Hock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Appiy
Farm Cortin, King and McCulIy
Vni i in settings. Puro bred Plymouth
Hocks, barred or wlilto. Teiepnone
White SSI. 3S19-tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address It. S. K.. Bulletin.
The cozy little thimble parties which school tnka hold of the chain nnd dance
ore all the rage now nttrnct many on the green around the graduating
workers, nnd, nlthough the tongues clnss amidst much laughter It Is a
sometimes ply faster than the needle, pretty sight, for the girls In the while
much Is accomplished, not I fear, fori frocks look the embodiment of youth
Ihc missions, but for oneself The nnd Joy.
ilnlnle iimlnrllnen which la ttimcd OUt I
i n morsel, nnd the hand-made blouto Hear Admlrnl Ljon, who has been
are exquisite. It Is an x-ducatlon to nt-. M much feted of late, was given nn
tend these leas, for the Honolulu maids c-,abomt0 dlnnpr nt Ul0 CXander
L"lm'&J hotel by the omccr. of the Ho-
-iVi.i. i i. ...,i,ii .vonln ihi.n'no'flu Nnval Station, with whom lie Is
n great fanrlte. A handsome sulto of
rooms on the fifth floor was reserved
1 wo story house at Walalae nnd Cth
Ae Imiulrc on premises 3324-lm
POOM AND BOARD
Cottage of 3 bedrooms
St. Apply S S Peck.
Two gentlemen can find room and
hoard will private family. Maklkl,
hall block to i arK Address J llul
I Ktlti olllce J327-1W
kctuges In Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wont Kwal, Smith St, mauka Hotel
2 nice large front rooms Unfurnished
Reasonable. Apply 2S0 Ucretanla St
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court. Adams lano.
Flvoroom furnished cottage at Cot
tago Grove. Inquire No. S 3322 tf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms
at 81 Vineyard St 2728-tf
'loom and board for
ll!0 kiuk St
Hawaiian aud. Oriental stamps, post
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
exchange Address Randolph Stu
art, Greenwood, British Columbia.
Ji.rnne.ie girl for light housework and
liok after little girl. 41-42 Young
l Pldg. 332C-1W
LOS' I .
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fet. Finder return to this
office for reward 3271 tf
Purse containing coin between Wal
klkl and Kallhl Reward at tins of
flee. 3323 lw
Cottage at Walklkl Beach; furnished
or unfurnished. Address L., Bulle
t A storeroom man at 140 per month and
found. Address 11., this OQlce.
A )jM ndrlft Owner maj obtain
same from Jno Blood, at Jno Ka
jiakus block Kukaako. 3325-2W
fcWM. M.WWWM mwi
SI wSS IllKrL I IlkY
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to 13 a load
according to dlstunce hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood Third door below
King, Mnunakoa St . 1 0. box S20.
Telepbone Main 380.
Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1281 Fort St,
MONEY TO LEND.
in Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn '.V Hotel and Union.
ror a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, nil Fort SI i
PYEING AND CLEANING.
llemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur--jilftbes
employees. 520 King St.
r. Havoihl Clothes cleaned, repaired
nnd dyed. 537 Berctanln St.
'or house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Oenernl Employment Office,
, cor. Pensacola and Hcretaula.
"or Japanese laborer and nid bus
Call at Hotel Chlkushl. or Telephone
Main 456. 3317 lm
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
! painting. All work guaranteed
I Knos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys Music Boxes, Sharpening ol
Fine Cutlery. Hear Union Grill.
1r. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St..
onDOslte Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
"For Rent" cards on sale at COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
he Bulletin office.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. I Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, J7.50 PER CORD.
General Employment Office, cor.
mm a and Deretanla ate. Japanese
nd Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
fact Work of Every Kind Undertak
n. Telephone Blue 2181.
F. D. WICKE,
ICONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
flfc and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
log and Polishing; Calabasn Turn
Inn: Repairing and Qeneral Jobbing
182 ALAKEA ST- rear Y. M. C. V
A. C. IKONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 152. TEL
YARD, corner QUEEN A
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and da
crlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for trrlgttlon
purooses a soeclalty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
jxecHtW t shortest notice.
which Is much appreciated cvenln thtso
The following article which Is taken
from n Washington paper, shows to
a hat an extent n fad may become the
Washington. Feb. 19 Among the
few wedding presents which Mrs Nich
olas Longworth took with her to
Friendship the country seat of the Mc
Leans, was the prize Boston terrier.
Along with the animal came a com
plete wardrobe, comprising everything
from powder puff to silken shawls.
Most costly than ballooning or nu
lomohlllng Is the latest fad started bv
imnrt toclcty that of buying and
keen stocked the mnrvclously ilaliuy
wardrobe of the aristocratic dog.
Hiiro Is a list of what each thorougn
ored puppy requires nowadajs. In
fact, tho following Is a modest table,
ind far higher prices are known to
hate been paid.
Jewel studded collar, with lead.
Jewel studded whip. $75.
HIlcr manicure set, J30.
Fur lined co-it. 30.
Dog house with lllng and sleeping
Tea gow n, opera cloak, J8.
Hoots for wet nnd dry weather, $3.
Vlllllng cards. S3.
Embroidered linen handkerchiefs.
Silk cushions, S2.50.
Medicine chest. J 12.
Services of a veterinary surgeon,
Bllvor set of dishes for food, $100.
It Is n custom which society plays ns
1 rastlme. this caring for Its dog as In
ts childhood days It dressed tts doll.
It li n fad that requires money, for the
fashions. even In the wardrobe of a
log, change continually.
The latest noelty Is the automobile
.ell. which ts wrapped mercilessly
iround tho dog's head whenever he Ij
.ikon for u spin by his mistress.
In New York society Mrs. Fann
Burke Roche 1 rrhnps leads In the mat
er of devotion to her dog That little
KiM cits out of silver dishes
A pretty little podrei party was given
by Mrs Clinton Hutchlns last Friday
i.uiIiik In honor of Miss Alice Hcde
minn. whose .teparluio from the Wood
hoiiso to Walklkl Is bo much regretted
by ull her Thurston nvenue friends
Ml Hedemunn won tho first prize, two
-rt pictures The llrsl man's prize
was awarded to Harry White, nnd
Ijitlirop Wlthlngtnn got the consoln
tlui prize After the game a delicious
-.upper wus enjojed. Among those pres
nt who, besides the guest of honor,
Mlix tJi'demtuui. Mlu.iu Irmu Ballcn
iue, llndlu Ballcntyno. Doris Hutcli
U.8. Louie Schweitzer. Alice Cooper,
Dorothy True, Hiinlct Young, Mes3rs.
Urorgo Hcntoii, Erllns Hcdcmann.
!.. wis Iteiiton. Harry White. Teddy
Cooler, Wallaco Cooper. I.athrope
Slilnl y Ballou. Esq . has rented Sans
'oui 1 for ii term of months.
A (harming dinner was given nt the
M anu hotel on Monday evening uy
i' itnln Ssyoc Twelve covers cn-
i In ltd the cvnl tallies, and n huge
ii tMiilfie of man -colored pink e.ir-
m.ilona In their bed of muldeiihalr
ii-ins made a pielty plctmes bottly
.h id-d candles c.ut -i bcductlvc light,
nl the pio'ty vomen weie much ncl
ei'iod. Amons those present were Mr.
.mil Mrs Hnymond Do B Luyard, Dr.
and Mrs. Hutnphrls, Mrs, Dodge i,f
New York, Miss Kuthleen Cartw right.
Miss Barnes, Mr. Howard Bowen, I)i.
Armitage and Mr A. O Havves. Jr.
Cuptaln Sayce Is a new comer, ery
much liked, and he hns cntertnlne'l
qullo a bit durlrg his sojourn here Ho
lias a cottage nt the Hawaiian AnnuA,
whlrli U quite popular with the linen-l-Ioib
ns well as the matrons and maids.
Ills lirldge parties are amusing as well
as Interesting. Uaptnin tsayce oxpecis
his nephnw on the 14th, from England.
Another dinner nt the Moana hotel
on Monday evening was given by Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chapln. Pink chrysanthe
mums formed the motif of the tablu
decoration and the guests were Ad
mlrnl and Mrs. Lon, Mr. and Mis
Olmstcad und ex-Governor Cleghorn.
Mrs, de Witt, who has been vIsltlr.R
her father, Mr John H. Bliss at the
Moana hotel, was a passenger on the
Alameda for the coast Her daughter,
Miss Ellen de Wilt, who visited here
two years ago. will bo graduated from
The Castl," Miss Masons famous
school In New Jersey for girls. Tho
class (lower Is the daisy, nnd they have
n very pretty custom on the day of
graduation. Each girl has previously
made yards of daisies and, as tho clas-i
receive the diplomas every girl In tho
for the dloner. Covers were laid for
ten around the circular table. Tho
walls were hung with Hags, nnd, of
course, tho Admiral's flag had tho po
sition of honor. A llngstaff In minia
ture was In the center of the tabic with
halyards, and nt the end hung the Ad
nilrnl's pennant. At tho base of tho
slnff were hundreds of violets, and on
the outer edge of this artistic banking
were thli teen miniature cannon nlmo'l
directly at the guests. The cloth was
further ornamented with broad bluo
ribbons outlined with liny gold stars
In the form of n star with five points
The guests were seated according to
their knowledge of naval lure, rcpie
scntcd by nn epnulct nt each plate
There was music throughout the dinner
nnd quaint souvenirs were at cac-h
pinto. The guest of honor received n
tin war ship In miniature cverv detail
being complete. Those present besides
the guest of honor were Dr William
E Til) lor. Captain Albert P Nlblnck
Major I'llller. U. S. M. C; Lieut Harl-
lee. U. S. M C; Lieut. Illgler I' S M.
C : Dr. Itosslter. U. S. N ; Lieut Carter.
U S. X.; Lieut. Cushman. V S N .
nnd Paymnstcr Hagner. There wcro
manv unliable toasts and brilliant)
Mrs. Ned Adams gave a delightful
lea In honor of Mrs. S. O. Wilder on
Inblo was exquisitely ornnmented with
the pnlo salmon-pink hyblscus. Among
the other guests were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Swnnzy. Mlsi Parke, Mr. Severance of
Illlo nnd Mr. Sarkn and .Mr. Sidney
Walking picnics are nil the rage nnd
Bcvernt enterprising women made the
Journey to Moatinlua nnd return Inst
SiiDdny. Substantial lunch baskets
tv ere taken nlong and n general good
Miss Knthleen Cartw right, who Is
Lelug much entertained, was tho guest
of honor nt a bridge whist parly given
by Mrs. F. M. Snanzy on Friday nf
tcrnoon nt her beautiful villa In Ma
Among the gueslB at the Hnwnllnn
Hotel nro Mr. nnd Mrs. C M. Russell,
Mies Russell, Mr. and Mrs. F U Bald
win, Mrs, C. J, Brown nnd Mr, nnd
Mrs Perry, who went to tho Volcano
Bishop Alfred Willis, who hns been
In Tonga for several years, Is expected
to pass through Honolulu on his way
to Unglnnd, Mrs. Willis Is already In
Mrs A. M. Dodge and Miss Barnes,
who railed on tho Alameda for the
coast, were covered with lets. Mrs.
Dodge and Miss Barnes carried bou
quets or violets. They have been much
entertained here and will be warmly
welcomed when they return again next
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Bates, who have
been guests at the Alexander Young
hotrt for Bcveral weeks, departed on
the Alameda for their homo In Srn
I'rnnclsco. Mrs Bates, although she
looks so young, Is the proud mother
pf two boys.
Mrs. W. M. Klncald and daughter
were nmong the passengers on th-)
Mr. nnd Mrs C. Hcdcmann are doin. wee
IM! In tlm Mi-tnnrtii v llln nl U'lilltlhll
for h J car.
Mrs. Frank Hoogs gave n blrthdny
Por catlnfc, drlnklna. nnd cooklna
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Brolfut Cocoi, 1.2 lb. tiiu
UArt'i Chocoltte(uiiwMttnJ), 1-2 lb. old
Cc-rman Swrct Chocolate, 1-4 lb. calti
lor Sle by Lomllng Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
41 II1C1IC5T AWARDS IN LX'KOPE.
retained to Moinalua this
man, Mrs. Schmltt, Mr, Peterson, Mrs.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, Miss
Dantord, Miss Cameron, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hnysclden, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrwood, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Lnngc, Miss O'Meara, Miss
Oyns, Mr and Mrs. Pierre Jones, Miss
Jones, Miss Maude Jones, Mrs. Dlmond,
Mr. Jack Atkinson, Miss Marlon
Scott, Miss Nclllo White, Mr. and Mrs.
Scott, Mr. Cockburn, Mr. Anderson,
Dr. nnd Mrs. Cofcr, Mr. and Mrs. Hal
lentyne, Mr. and Mrs. Decrlng, Miss
Ncuman, Mr. and Mrs. Kodlck, Dr. and
Mrs. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Stackable,
Mr. and Mrs. Ocrrlt Wilder, Mr, nnd
Mrs. A. O. Hnnes, Miss Barraclough,
(lovernor Cleghorn, Capt. Roberta and
officers of U. S. S. Manning, Mr. and
Mrs. Holmes, Miss E. Heine, Mr. C.
Heine, Miss Hlgford, Mr. and Mrs.
Svvanzy, Mr. Jnmtcson, Mr. MonsarraL
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan, the Misses Jbr-
uan, Mr. and Mrs. Bottomlcy, Mr.
I Grace, Dr. Armitage, Mr. nnd Mrs.
lluhler, Mr. and Mrs. Lewton Brain,
Mr. and Mrs. II. Lewis, Miss Winston,
Dr. Ramus, Miss Hayward, Mr. F.
(Angus, Mr. H. Wilder, Miss Nellla
j Kitchen, Mr Bowen, Miss K. Cnrt
I vvrlght, Dr. Yost, Copt, and Mrs. Hum
, phrcy, Miss Humphrey, Mr. nnd Mrs.
E. Paris, Mr and Mrs. Harvey, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hcllburn. Miss Hcllburn, Ml.
and Mrs. Jacobs, Miss Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. Lucas, Miss Lucas, Miss Douglas,
! Mr. and Mrs. alien, Mr. and Mrs.
Brown, Mr. nnd MrM. James Wilder,
Miss Vancouver, Miss Whltford, Dr.
Irwin, Miss oblnson, Mr. Ocrratt,
..Mrs On ens, Miss McLean.
i Mrs. Alexander Scott was the hostess
of a charming ten In honor of Miss
Kathleen Cartw right, who sails for
Australia nnd New Zealand on an ex
tensive trip, next week Wednesday.
Mrs, Scott's apiuttncnt at the Alex.
nndcr Young hotel Is hung with her
talented husband's landscapes and they
Always ,tive irrcnt pleasure. Among
those present on Thursday wero Mrs.
Raymond De B La) aril, Mrs. F. II.
! Iliimplirlf. Mrs. C. W. C Deerlngs.
Mrs. Clinton Il.illcntyne, Mrs Edward
Watson, Mrs. Walbrldge, Mrs Lena
Slnttcry. Mrs. Rudolf Slattcry, Mrs.
, ,, ., . ,,,,. ,, ., i Stnnley, Princess Kawanaunkoa, Mrs
.-... .i. .w.c ... jcClllllian Mrs. w. E Tnjlor. Miss
gall otrlre this evening, for the onicors Jcgse iv,remnn, Miss N.u.il Winston,
aie elvlnji a dunce In honoi of Mrs. ami Miss Marion SC..
party for her youngest daughter on,.,-,,,. n, i,,,,um vife of the ean-1
mpiay nnernoon ni ner preiiy vina
In Maklkl on Hastings street
,...i ,i. ...ii-... ii. .,.. .i.i.. Tin. i Aamirni ami .Mrs. I. Kievens. whn
I. .. ' I'-ill l' mi? hiiiaiit nine nine. i imhs. . .. . - ":
. .. .' iii"h " " ""D iHintiriK and ialm are to turn the l,am inniugi Honolulu n Tl i rsday
iMMor' Tk?rnt5aof tea. f Mcach f th. O it were cn.rrta.ned at
tho flutter of little ones on tho lawn ,.. ... . ,' ., ,, i-nrheon by Mi John il. LI, of Hm
i'iii mil ni.- u iiiiii.- 'will "i iiiiiin iiiki .. . -, - --
was n pretty sight. Children's panic
are alvvng nmuslng but this one was
liartlculurl) delightful Refreshments
clcnr to the children were served after
an afternoon of romping.
Governor Carter Is slowly recover
ing at Pasadena from his recent III-
Mr. and Mrs Lew ton-Drain hnve n
Thursday nfternoon. Mrs. Wilder will Utile son. born Friday night
sail for England very shortly nnd
(here are many festivities being given
In her honor.
Walbrldge was the hostess of
a. dinner on Tuesday evening for Cap
In the nmnMni; mum r.in! tables and
over thing to delight the Inner man
will bo found. The quintet club will Not only did the oT.rrrs of the Ho-fur-hti
music, nnd Japanese lanlcrni nolulu naval outlon onji) themselves
lira o enhance the beauty of the Scene on Wednesday evening but their
Tli hrgp dining room will bo convert- wives ns wc'l were entertained at din
ed Into a "lounge" and everything U ncr by .Mrs William E. Taylor at the
beta done for the comfort of tho Alexander Young hotel. Tho tablo
KUPjts It is not the first dnnco tho looked most attractive with Its yellow
cible men have ensajcd. and. ns they decorations, the rnndles with yellow
nlwn,vs entertain In the most lavish sbndes adding a dainty touch. Mrs.
lnanne.. Ih'Ir guests can bo suro of Taylor's guests were Mrs. Henry Lyon,
hnvlna a dellirhtful lime. Tho list o." Mrs. Roisltcr. Mrs. Cushman. Mrs. Viit.
The death of Mrs. Hobron hns sad- invlled Kiiciits is as follows: Admiral ler and Mrs. Hngner.
densd many homes. nnd Mm. Lyon. Captain and Mrs. NI-' i
I black. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gaines, Prlnco nnd Dr. and Mrs. Mays entertained in
Mrs. Edw-nrd Damon and Mr. McKin- l'rlncess Knwananakoa. Mr. nnd Mrs. honor of Mr. and Mrs. N. It. Patou ua
nan. her urother. who nave been at bayard Dr. nnd Mrs. Huniplirls. Capu Tuesday evening,
tain and Mrs. Albert P. Nlblnck. Tha Walklkl for a few weeks at the Damon nnd Mrs Combe Miss Rlx. Miss For- Additional Social News on Ps-e 3.
1906 Touring Car, 16h. p., 1600 pounds, 90-inch wheel base, 5 passengers, side door
detachable tonneau. Speed 35 miles per hour, $1400
The name REO stands for the Initials of R. E, OLDS, president of the Reo Motor Co., who has been making motors for 30 years.
No Cars EverScorsd more telllnR and remarkable series of real victo
ries than were won in their first short season by REO CARS
In less than a year F";OS hnv become recognized as in the front rank of loading cars. This Is purely on account of what they have done.
And what a motor car does Is proof o what It Is.
Almost any car can win a sing contest, as any general may win a tattle, but only the great win a cam algn, REO cars won their campaign.
In their first season they took prize In nearly every contest In which thuy entered. Prizes for racing, hill limbing, tourln" economy, and every
form of motoring ability,
In all these contests REO cars showed first In their class; and mo e than that, the y demonstrated a v st fund of reserve nower which rfeft.
ed many costlier and n.ore pretentl:us cars.
They proved that a stylish, speedy, powerful car a prize-winner at every point of the motoring game- can be built without the expense of
mistaken experiments, and sold for about half what the public has been led to believe was necessary to seeuie the same ability.
YON HAMM-Y0UNG CO., LTD.
Garage, Alakea street. Telephone, Alexander Young Hotel, Private Exchange.