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evening nui.urriN, Honolulu, t. h . Saturday, April- 27, 1907.
(Additional Social News on Page G)
Mrs. Grato Wing Crockett announces
llii! ngiigeiiicnttr her sister, Mrs.
.Mabel Wing Cnstlo( or Kiiweklii, Col
lege Hills, to .Mr. Waller (ilrfonl Hmllli
Mrs. Castle la called east by tlio IIIiichs
or her motlicr, uml will rail on the
China with her daughter, Elinor, to be
absent about n eur.
Ono or the most chat mini; affairs or
the season wus the buffet luncheon
Riven by MrB. (Icorgc Carter on Krl
dijy. Mrs. Carter iccolved her guests
most Informally nail mailo cvet)body
perfectly at east b) her cKirinliiK anil
hospitable manner, She was dressed
In 11 1 reatlou or hand-embroidery anil
lace composed or lino linen, and In her
hair worj.wliltc carnatlona. She loolto.
er) handsome. Uosos and Moiela
were ever)vvhore In tho most lavish
nhiiiidunio and in the hall a largo ImwI
or nasturtiums were much admired.
Tho various (IImIivh were handed around
and tho liunchbowl wos presided over
by .Mra. du ltol This delightful way
or having ono'a liiueh was much en
Jovtd uml conversation waxed fast und
furious ror oer an hour. CulTcc was
solved In the sitting-mom und .Mra,
Waller lit Incite! hut attended to It,
.Many of Iho guests tncd on In tho
arternoou Tor bridge. Mr. Ilrnwl Kanl'H
oichcstrn furnished tho music. Thuso
present and Invited wtro Princess Ka
wmiiihtikon, 1'rluiess Kaluuhiuaole,
Mrs. Smiford 11 Dole, Mra. Atidicw
Miller, Mra. Jordan, .Mlsa Helen .ludd,
Mra. II. Marx, Mia. C. M. Coolte, Mra.
miii llutnui, Mra. Harry Lewis, Mlsa
Katydid Jones, Mra. Mutkall, Mrs.
Loon lAtvr, .Mra. Charlea Wilder, Mia.
Mary (limn, Mra. Ilosmer, Mra. Unnucy
Scott, Mra. Menry Miicfurlnne, Mra.
Harry Miicfnrlauo, Mrs. 11. Isenbcrg,
Mra. Kuudseii, Mra. Augustus Kuudseii,
Mia. Eric Kuudseii, Miss Winston, Mra.
l'raiuls Clay, Mra. Walter Ilrliickerhor,
Miss Jessie Kaufman, Mra. Castle. Mra.
Cninpbell-1'urkcr, Mia. A. J. Campbell,
Mra. Dillingham, Mra. Krcur, Mra. Kid
man, Mra. J. M. Dow sett, Mra. Laii7,
Mra. Whitney, .Mra. lyera, Mra. Illark
man, MUs Hopper, Mlaa McKlulcy,
.Mra. (1. I' Wilder, MrB. Arthur Wall,
.Mra. Lovvcra, Mrs. Wltherlee, Mra. Ten
nev rik. Mia. Ilroilcfchl. Mia. Kle
b.ihn.Mia. C A. Ulco. Mra. T J. Klii
Mra. flurvcy Murr.i), Mra Helen Noo
nan, Mra. Tonne), Mra. MtStnckcr, Mra.
rredcrle Klamp, .Mrs. Wood, Mra. Clin
ton llnllcnt)ne, Mra. Cnstje, Mra. II c
(frevv, Mlsa Wltherlee, Mia. James Wil
der, Mra. I'red MaLf aria ne, Mra. on
.Holt, Misses Mnrgarct, Curdle, and
Agnes Walker, Mra. lllshop, Mra.
Hltcluock, Mra Dala, Mra. McCnnd
less, Mra. II. Icke, Mrs. Spencer, Mra
llorrmaun, Mlsa Adams, Mra. Schacfcr,
Mra. (lalt, Mra. C. Wight, Mra. Hollo
wu), Mra. A. W. Carter, Mlssc-a du Hot,
Mra. Cockbuiu, Mia. George Potter,
Mra. C. II. Cooper, Mra. (Inodale, Mra.
Hush, Mra. llurke, Mra. J. Coolie and
Mra. A, (1. Hawcs, Jr.
Dr and Mra. Wilkinson's dinner
guests on Sunday evening incldcd Mr.
uml Mra. 0. like, Mlsa Nniinlo Winston,
Mr. Guy Haukln, a brother or tho host
ea. Mr. Hart, and Mr. Waltera or Ha
waii. The pretty llttlo luncheon which Mra.
Harry l.ewla gave nt the. Young Hold
on Ihui-aday waa u very en Jo) able af-
lair. Among tho guests weio I'llncess
Kawauaiiakoa, Mia. C. W. Case Deoi
Ing and Mia. Hawcs, Jr.
Mr and Mra. A. G. Hawca, Jr., gave
an infoi null dinner on Monday even
ing In honor or Mr. and Mra. .lames
Emit. Hed, green nud white weio uO
table decorations. Tho K'leata went
on to tho hop at tho Seaside.
Mtas Jesslo Kaufman was the host
ess of a jolly bathing party at Sana
Soucl on Tuesday evening. Among
thine, pieseut weio Mlsa Nnniilo Win
ston, Mlsa Mailou Siott. Mr. und Mra.
Itlcharil Ivera, Mcsaia. Hkhaid Wright,
Maeeouu, l.leut. Epplcy, U. S. A., Dr.
Sheldon, Mr. Howell, ami Many othcia.
llcuullful and el.iboiato waa tho din
ner at which tlio gueUa of Mr. and
Mra. James Wilder wero bidden on
Wednesday evening In honor or Mr.
"v i r ' a s''t12 xe xo)Mt r a
and Mra. Prederlc Klamp. Fourteen
coers were laid at a. large round table
with centcrn eco and decorations ol
Jacqueniont rosea, and at each plato
Uml u was a coinage or rosea nwnuiug
ownership, llxijiilidlo silver and glass,
as well ns the perfect menu, made the
llnticr not onl) a gastronoinlcal sue-1
tcss but mi urtlstlc one. Tho guests
Included Major and Mrs. Van Vllct,
Mr and Mrs ilan Macfarlane, Jr.,
Mra. Chnrlea Wilder, Miss Louise Gei
aril. Miss Irene Dickson, Mr. Kurtz '
Hppley, u. S. A., Mr. Sidney liallou,
Ilrui e Cnrtw tight Jr., and tho guests
of honor, Mr. ami Mra,
Major and Mia
Hussell arc to octu-
pv tho chalet belonging to Mia. Mabel
Wing Castle roi Tour mouths.
An engagement which will grently
Interest Honolulu will bo announced
in u day or two.
The Misses 1'anny nnd Violet Shnii
at rived In the Siberia from the Orient
end will miike ipilto a visit In Hono
lulu as tho guest of their brother, who
lesldca In College Hills. 1 lie Into
lleorgu Blimp, Dsc , a noted lawyer III
California, wna the father of the cuni;
A liirgB and fashionable nitillencoUt, Krt.!lt neclnm.itlon and well she
greeted tho rising or tho eiiitnln at the might be, ror aaldo from the hnid nolle
Opera Houso on Thursdny owiilnK,(,r the eai,8 cIjrm, she taken a pcraonal
when Mm. Mary Guim's pupils gave as' ,iteiest In each pupil, and If thev show
clever an exhibition or ratio claming
iih one could ever hope lo see. Tho
vast nudleiico pouring Into tho Opera;
Mouse wero greeiecl uitiio cioor ny iiiej,,,,,! l)r(,.r, and the exhibition cm
InsUtent llttlo voices of Janus Wilder .Thursdav night Is proof of what she
Junior, und Donald U-wls, who ills-,,.,,,, illa,ni i,, n coiup-millvely ahoit
trlbuted progrnina right mid left nnd time.
gnve theli friends u special greetlng. The program w us ns rollow a:
All the boxes were filled and the logeu Mnrc-li Kill- Ilros.' Glee Club
ns welt. Her Majesty tlio (ueeu and j
tho I'rluicss Knlatilauaolo und suite oc
cupied what is known us the "Wilder
box" and Judge mid Mrs, Arthur Wil
der' with their dinner guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. Unb
elt Atkinson, wero In tho stage hov.
Governor and Mrs. Carter, Mr. and .Mia.
Swanzy, Mr. unci Mrs. Cock burn, Mr.
Jack Atkinson and part) had both
logos, unci Mr. and Mis. Geoigo l'alr
child had one of tho upper boxes, their
guests being Mr. and Mra. Turner, Mhia
Itldgwu, Mlssea Helen, lonely mid Alice
Macfarlane, Captain Humphrey mid
Captain lleldt. I'. S A. Mr. mid Mta.
l'led Mntfnilaiii) weio In the upper
stage box with' Mr. ami Mis. Hariy
Macfarlane, mid there was not n vacant
heat In tho house. Chalia and standing
loom also being at u premium. Tho
Lllls quintet club turiilshcd tho music
nd Mra. Alice 111 own was the accom
panist, u Mute uilo by Mr. Kahva, bo
lug ii pleasing 'iddillou. The graceful
May role dance, the opening number,
waa greeted with applause, mid thu
pietty girls In their dainty frocks mak
ing such lovely plctuics, will long bu
remembered. 1'lquuiit Miss Thclmu
Murphy danced mid tang with great
cleverness and tho chorus, "Tho Glillu
With tho Dig Toy Llcar," fairly brought
down thu house, for each girl wna
diessed like a bcir and can led Iho
''Teddy Dears" In a most affectionate
manner the acting being naturally ami
perfectly done. The Indian number,
''laiuglilng Water," was quite novol
rud tho costumes were very becoming
to tho dimming glila. Miss Hazel
lluekland's sun danco was exquisitely
done nud the whole number gave great
imiM Mxe eauiu i ne ftcusnus, ,
with handsome llttlo Klnau Wlldt-i im
"Cupid." Never could one sec a mora
periect specimen or lull) loveliness
than tlila little tot, who looked thnpait
to iiei feet Ion, even to the shy llttlo uirl
with which hIio bowed to the audleiuo.l"
The houso fairly nicked with apprecia
tion, mid us Spilng, Summer, Autumn
and Winter succeeded each other, each
lovelier than tho preceding season, mi
encore was InslUcd upon, but not ro
(.poncled to. Miss Helen Center and
Uc)iiold McGrew gave a song ami
Jance, "Hack, Uack to Daltlmore," with
lunch st)le, their gestures and danc
ing being pel feet. Miss Hazel Dock
land then gavo a graceful Ficnch daiien
in her bewitching manner, which was
followed by the Witches chorus mid
ilanii', "Islo of Splco," with Vernon
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TOSSH.- SKlPOOl V Ul V a5-" -Book. CAtUiP Mf rfk. "Z I
Tennov na the soloist. 'Iho pi ell) fun 1
peeping f om the hood wcro very nt
tractive nnd Vernon Tenney quite sur
prised himself In his delightful ten
dering or the song. Ills perrcct com
posuie and freccloni (roni consciousness
were ravorably commented upon, and
lie plaed tho part to perfection, his
pleasing voice making Itself heard all
over the house without any apparent
effort. Tho ballet des I "nines wna home
thing entirety new to Honolulu an I
the girls dressed like cigars, were en
thusiastically leeched. Their song and
ilante wna very graceful und full or nc
lion Mlssea Mnrjorte nnd Dorothy
Hooga gave a eplrltod dance called
"Armv and Navj " Each curried an
r.pproprlnle ifag and were much ap
plauded for their skill. Mlsn Margaret
C'etiter's Sianlsh danco wna eiy pleas-
ntg nmi most gracefully danced and
Miss Helen Center, who danced "Dixie
"as In neat form nnd spirits. She
danced like a professional uml did
man. unusual turns not. seen at an
amateur performance as a general rule,
and Inst camo the cotillion, cleverly led
by Hutli Sopcr mid Hcynold McGrcw.
This was particularly good and showed
off the class to perfection The l'resl
dent'a March concluded the delightful
evening, mid In this all tho pupils came
down the center In twoa, bowing in
the partners and the audience, llttlo
Klnaii Wllclei coming last, with Mra.
Mary Giinn, who received a pcrrert ova
tion as she bowed to the audience, tit
tie Klnau doing her part with much
baby giaco. Mi's. Claim wna received
unusual talents does all In her power
vnesiurage it She la not only n
beautiful und graceful dancer, but a
Dorthy Hooga, Stiphaulo Willi
mail. IMith Ktbllug, .Mai gait t Mc
Carthy, Allecnc Dnwsett, Glnd)S
Aueili.ich, Adelaide Pratt, Alllc
Gates, Kulanianu MeWa) nc.Laiira
Low, (linens Kiuger, India vn
noil, Minnie Iiigliuin, lleitha l.'inz,
Helen Center, lt.iw.ona Morgan,
Thelmn l.lndley, Vern Duvo.
2 Song and Dance, "Tim Llttlo
House Tint Iivo llullt"
(a) Chorus "The Girlie With thu
lllg To) Hem"
Alma IVrgexm, Until So) boll,
llesslo So) boll, James White
Campbell, Martha Gales, Huilan!
Llo)d, lleltne Morgnii.
3 The Indians "Laughing Water" ..
Lily Watson, Charlotte Aliolo,
i:il7abetb Mahouey. Kdlth Annliu,
Annie .Mnku, Mary .Mitchell, Klnl
l)kn, Uebeeea Klul, Mm) Ami
(a) Sun Damo
Orchestia March, Ulght Tnekln
i The Seasons
Klnau Wilder, Cupid.
(a) Spi lug Helen Center, Ktlltli
Klbllug, Maiger) Hooga, Kula
miiuu McWa)iie, Helen Ingham,
(b( Siimnier Hva l)ckr, Itjmoiia
.Moigaii, Dorothy I longs, L auia
Low, .Mnijtiiiet McCurth), Mlimle
(c) Autumn Helen Spalding, Kn
eha Ingham, Maig.uet Center, Ul
Han MlCIicshc), Violet Lucas,
(d) Winter Virginia MiCaith), Kin
Iso Wlehmmi, Hazel Ilucklmid,
Tlielnm .Murphy, l'earl McCarthy,
IMean Winter, Alice Hastings.
r Song and Dance "Hack, D.iek to
(u) "Dixie' r
I Helen Center
Tlio Witches Chorus mid Dance
lslo or Spku
Soloist Vernon Tenney.
Helen Wilder. Alice Hustings,
Carol Uiw, Helen Spalding, Kuc
ha Ingham, llertha Iaiuz, Mar
gaiet Center, Alleeno , Dowsett,
Violet Liuaa, Dlolso Wielinian,
Glad) a Kriiger, Dvn Kocke.
Orchestra Sorcnnchi Sorella
S llallct des I'umees
Hem I Smith, Martha MtChesney,
Vivien lluikland, Louise McCai-
th). Until I.ludly, Muiy Lucas,
TELEOBAM (NEW YORK bERALD (Jllj
Alice Green. Until Mit'liesue),
Myrtle Schuiuuii, Itosle Hctbcrt,
Mildred Dow, Mnrjoile Chnpln,
Ablile Lucas, I.vdla Wagner.
Army nnd Navy
Marjorle Hooga, Doroth) Hooga.
Led by Until Super and He
Girls Helen Spnldlng, Thelnia Mur
phy, Martha MeChesney, Until
MtChesney, Virginia MeCattliy,
l'earl MeCarth), IMean Winter.
Itosle Herbert, Myrtle Schuiuan,
Vivien Duckland, Allecnc Dow
sett, llertha Uinz. Kulanianu Me
Wn)ne, Helen Wilder, Violet
Lucas, Helen Center, Kathleen
Kutman, Adelaide Pratt, Lllllnn
McChesuc), Kucha lugham, Min
nie Ingham. Helen Ingham, Ablile
Lucas, Lucille Lucas, India Way
son, Dorothy I longs, Marjorle
Hooga, Miirgnret Center, Klnau
Wilder, Aim) 1'erguson, Desslo
Se)ho1t, Until SVbo!t, Glnd)S
Kruger, Htejiliante Wlchman, IJIo
Ise Wlchiunn, Dva I'oLke, Hats
I'ocke, Uiiira Ijivv ('anil l.uw,
llelcne Morgan, Alice Hastings,
Mai gal ct MeCarth), Thelnia Lliul
ly, L)dl.i Wiignu, Mlldied Dow,
Itamoua Morgan, Hazel liueklatid,
lamlso MeCarth), Muiy Lueua.
Hoys Donald lewls. Willie .Mot gun,
tllnkcly .MeStocker. Vernon Ten
ney, Uradley ralrehlld, Clarence
MeWa)iie, Unndolpli Scott, (lor
don Stott, Maimlon Mngoon, Keir
lieth Wallace, William Itoehe,
I'rankhn Hleliardson, Willie
Oiiderklrk. James While Camp
hell, James Wlldir.
The l'resldi ill's Marel ,
Mrs. Georgo Carter will be at home
on Wednesday, Ma) 1st, ror the last
time until next Oetobei Governor and
Mrs. Carter expect to spend the sum
mer ul Del Monte.
Captain and Mra. Il.isl! Combe gave
a dame on the ltestuier Inst Saturday
night In honor or J'ldge and Mrs. Stan
ley Aa usual the hop was a ver gay
nffulra, Infoimallt) lelgnln:; and good
cheer abounding. Judge Stanley sailed
ror Huropo this week to be gone ror
teveral mouths, and Mrs Simile) and
the children are at Koua for the sun;
mei. Among those piesent at the hop
wero Mr. and Mia. l'orater. Dr. and
Mrs. Wilkinson, Mr. mid Mis. jmt,
Mlsa Danford, Mr and Mra Huzillliie,
Dr, Sheldon, Mr. Unwell, Mr and .Ml 3.
Lalgloti und many others
The Mny Da) festival Is being cag
ert) looked forwaid lo and old engrav
ings uml head dresses are studied,
ror till tho old nilzabeth costumes ato
to be revived and one may expect to
see something unusually Interesting
Tho College Club part) the nlkht be
fore will only add to the znst ot Mny
Day. Kver)body Is on tho qui vlvj
ot expectation, and us the good weather
has come, nil will surely bo ns fair as
Mnv mlifbt lo be. Mtys Justine Mc-
Icinualian, who will be queen, and her
maids or honor mid chinclng girls me
having such pretty costumes, mid the
patient ox is being especially fattened
for thu occasion,
Mr. Augustus Kuudseii gave a veiv
Interesting leettnu at tho Alexuuder
Young hotel last evening to u:i nudl
eiico who literally hung upon his
Mr. Gei i It Wlldei's Issik Is attract
ing great attention nud will bo a valu
able addition to an library.
The Hcv Mr. Usbourne an ' Mrs. lls
hoitino expect to sail next week for
thejr defend! trip to the Colonics unci
l.uiope. They have been lit 'Iho
Cliffs" for n month past as Um Cock-
burns havo "The Hector)" ilurlag tin Ir
Mr. Waltera, who sailed fo- Hawaii
this week, gave u charming lunch on
Thursday ut the Alexander Young
hotel. The .vellow toicojisls In the
center or the table was artistically :u
ranged mid among .Mr. Walters' guests
were Miss Mabel Una, Mis' i.ev) mid
There wero n number of suppcis on
Thursday evening after Mrs. Dunn's
exhibition. Mrs. Swanzy had quite a
largo out) und Miss Nannie Winston,
who gavo mi operu party, alsu Intel
about lifted! to supper nftcrwnicl He
ItuestB Included Mrs. C. W Cei'u Deer-
WMM' ' ) I.pm .. m wmmf
YOUR ORDER WILL BE
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
Golden State Greamery Butter 40c a lb.
PHONE MAIN 149.
liig, Mr. mid Mra. James Scott, Miss
Jessie Kaufman, Miss Irene Dickson,
l'llueu and I'llncess Kuwanau.il.oii, Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. (!. Hawcs Jr., Mr Hubert
Shingle, Dr. Sheldon, Lici.t. Dpidey,
If. S. A., Dr. rit7gernld nnd M'- Mae
eouu. Mis, Webster of old Wall Ikl Hoad,
gave u pretty bridge tea on 1'rlday
Mrs. Derby won the first prize, a f nicy
Mr. and Mra. D) nm llilrd aie ex
pected to sin he In llllo this week from
the Coast, where Mrs. Hal id has b"cu
visiting relatives. Mr. llalrd leecntly
to.ik a trip to the Slntes In older to
leturn with his wife.
Mr. l'oiter llo)d Is to bo a through
passcuget this coming week ell route
lor China. Ho lias been, spending some
time In Kansas with his relatives mid
vlsltid Ills wire and child, who ure ut
l-os Angeles lor a few mouths.
Mra. llusk, the beautiful wife of
Commander Husk, was a prominent
figure at the Carter luiitli jesterday.
Aa ahe wna boiu heie grent Interest Is
nln)s exhibited by her In the Iilnnds.
She Is visiting friends In Niinann Val
ley. Last Sunday, April 21, was another
automobile day at llalelwu Among
Umbo who made tho trip from Ilono
lulu In their cars and enjoyed the hos
pitnllty or Manager Uldgood, vvera
Supcrvlsorti Charles Hustace, Jr., S.
D. Dvvlght and County Engineer (1. II.
Cere, who were on a road inspection
tour, Messrs. D. 1. mid W. II. ratten,
who went mound the Island In theli
ear, Messrs. John Watt, C. C, Kennedy,
James A. Kenned), J, Dervvent Ken
ned), Uriico C. Kennedy uml Stanley
C. Kennedy, Messrs. It. A. Jordan, A.
i:. Jordan, S)duey It. Jordan nud Miss
Maud Jordan, mid Ueprescutntlve
Charles A. Ulcc and Senator Drlc A.
Knudscn of Knual.
Ch.ules A. Va)iie, the eminent lec
turer, wus a guest at llalelwu hue
week, Mr, Ii)ne secured u number ot
photogiuphs ot the hotel and vicinity,
which he will use In his illustrated
lecture on Hawaii.
Mr. and Mrs. V. T. I'. Wnterliouso
and children hnva returned fiom a so
Juuru of several du)s at llalelwu.
Mr. II. W. Snow, of the Scientific
Amcilcan, spent last Thursday at Hale
luu. Mr, 0, M Washington, of New Yoi'f
Is reglstcted ut the Hnlelwa hotel.
Mis A. 1'. Judd mid Mls Ilernbo
Hmtwell nro guests at Halelwa.
Monday night the Ulks gave the
Shrluers a send-olt which proved to
bu one of tho most delightful loclgo uf
ralia which has been held III Honolulu
for fcoino lime. 1'ranlc Thompson act
ed us tlio piesldlng olllccr mid with
lilm oii the platform wero seated C. I?
Wells oi Wallukit, Dr. C. 11. Cooper, I
D l'liikhum, Jack Atkinson and I'al
The evening was spent'
MOST DELICIOUS BUTTER MADE.
LARGE ATICHOKES ASPARAGUS
FANCY OREGON BURBANK POTA'IOES
COMPRESSED YEAST CAKES APPLES
LEMONS SARATOOA CHIPS
NATIONAL BUISCUIT CO.'S CRACKERS
RONCOVIERI'S HIGH ORADE CHOCOLATES and
SCOTCH TOFFEE CAULIFLOWER
LEVY & CO.
WAITY BLOCK NEXT THE
In stor) telling with musical numbeia
llitersliersed mid everjone had a good
time. It wus the occasion ot the fir t
entertainment, given by the Ulks ut
their new- dub looms and tho lodgo
hull was admired till thu members of
the lodge were fully satisfied.
Miss Sehiicfer gave a delightful
hwliiimliiK party at the Hotel Hatha
)esteiday alternooti. About thirty
jotiiig ladles entered the water and
many spectators tat and w niched thr
an burners do all sorts of clever nets
from thu spilug board, dives unci chute.
The following la tho program to bo
given b) the members of tho Hv m
phoii) Society to members ami friends,
assisted by Mrs. C. II, Coopet, Mra.
Driiesl ltosa and Mlsa Violet Damon,
in the llllis hall, King street, which has
been placed at their disposal by tho
kindness of tho Hlks lodge, on Sunday
afternoon ul II o'clock:
(. Allegio cm brio
Andante can moto..S) phony No. f
2. Song Honor and Aims . ...Handel
Mr. FreJerlcli Hastings.
.'.. Quartet Allegro lnodetata
Op 18, No. 4 lleethoreti
Messrs W. A I.ove, Dr. 0 i: Wall,
II. L. Marx, I). C, Itainoi.
1. Violin Solo I'llze song from tho V
Melstcrsiugers . . Wugticr-WlllicwJ
Mr. W. A Ijivc
S. Wedding Mart h ....
C. Andante conmoto ,
Con lnoto mudoruto
7, Suite i:g)ptlen ,,
Conductor Mr. It. Uudhilid Hocl..
HUPP S tfl. MAKES ITS
IIopp & Co., besides being tho old
est furniture company In the Islands,
has u staff mado up ot tho greatest
bustlers. Only a row days ago tlio
announcement was made that tho
company was to movo to tho Lowers
& Cooko building. Monday morning
tho new stoio will bo ready and cv
ciy thing In shape for business. They
wore working a good part of last
night moving tho goods. Ilopp & Co.
moves fast it It has to work overtime.
Now goods are on tho way. Iluyers
of household furnlturo of nil grades
thould not miss a call at tho new
iloie opened on Monday.
THE SALVATION ARMY
Meetings eveiy evening, except
Wcdnesdu), in the hall, corner ot
King street and Nuiiauu avenue,
commencing at o'clock.
Sunday services Kueo drill at
" a. m, Holliieza meeting at 1 1 a. in.
Junior meeting at 12.30 p. in. Young
l'eoile's Legion meeting at fi p. m
rud Salvation meeting at S p. m.
Meetlnga In the penitentiary and
Count) Jail at 12:311 p. m.
Meetings ut the J.ipnneso Outpost,
'"8 N. Ileietanla nvenue, every Tues-
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
HIS TONGUE DID
NOT LASH, SAYS
Commander Moorej who Is on his
way to Samoa, called at tho Ilulletli
nlllce this morning and stated that
ship gossip of the Alameda had given
lilm a notoriety ho hardly deserved,
"I didn't givo nn)one a tongue-lash-lug,
on tho way down, for Insulting
the flag," said the Commander. "I
'.uess.)oiir reporter got hold of Roms
cno who exaggerated things. I never
hesitate to defend the ting, but I did
not hear an) one aboard the Alameda
Speaking or the work to which ho
I'- returning, tho Commander said It
v.us very Interesting The Comman
der Is n little king In his way. "Uiit
we give over) body American Justice."
uild he. In talking or life In the south
cm Island. "So person Is punished
without a trial, and the people like
uir government" It was suggested
that the best comment on the cxcel
bnce of the government Is tho fuct
Hint very llttlo la heard or Pagopago.
The Commander assented that this
.night bo so. Asked how many white
people there are on Ills Island, tho
Commander began counting on the
fingers of ono hand, nnd ilnally de
rided that there are nbout fifteen out-
lido the complement ot tho govern
ment. Tlicro nro nbout 6000 natives.
Commander Moore leaves horc In the
k. BAND CONCERT M
Following is the program for Snn
tia)'s mntlneo band concert at Makea
Island, Walklkl, commenced at 3
"The Old Hundred."
Overture "The Nordstnr". . Meyerbeer
Ilallad "Everlasting Day" ....Devon
Intermezzo "Gulden Hod" . .McKlnley
Selection "The Lombat illana". . .Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. nr. by Ucrgcr
BHieciion "U -Kureo" Apolloiil
Kuutnsla "In Switzerland" .... Hume
rinnle "II Tiovatoro" Verdi '
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Dlank books ot ull sorts, ledger,
etc. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
day, Wednesday, Thursdny ond Sat
urda), commenting nt 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school und lllblo class nt
'J 30 a. in.
Meetings ut tho Korean Outpoit,
190 Kuknl street, every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at C p. m.
Sunday school nt :30 n. in. Salva
tion meeting ut 3 p. in.
Sunday school on School Btreet.
near Llllliu Btreet, nt 2:30 p. in.
Everybody is totdlally Invited to
attend tlieso meetings, and to scui
the chlldien to tho Sunday schools.
Adjutant and Mrs, Ilamherry In
charge, assisted by Captain Arm
strong and Llculs, Long and Su)eoka.