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.EVENINQ DULLETIN..HONOLULU, ,T.H , SATURDAY, JULY 11. 1908.
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Is Now a Part of This Store
Your old shoes will be repaired and made strong and
serviceable again in a jiffy.
All you have to do is to bring, them to us, take a walk
to the Postomcc for your mail, and stop in for them on the
way home. ' """ ,
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING, TOO; all done by macM
ncry; and the prices are lower than those you'll have to pay
for the old hand-work.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
MoCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KINO and BETHEL STS.
Hoanalua Mountain House
rorlurratc Indeed aro the fmored
few who have cer been nuked to
spend tlio day at "Ka Ncoku,'' Dour-
Ins Damon's mountain house far up
M. E. SILVA
of the .
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
imbalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call and his work will
speak for itself.
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 179;
Night Call, 1014.
that the conlents of the new Heinz SANITARY
TIN wilLhave the slightest contamination from acid ac
tion or fermentation that is made impossible by the spe
cial construction of the canand your
is just as delicious and wholesome at your table as it was
when taken out of the kettle.
THERE'S NOTHING THAT GOES QUITE SO WELL
AS HEINZ Apple 'Butter. Always Fresh
in Small Tins.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
4 When you need them, where you want them, by using
Attachable to any electric light socket. Better than a
vacation. Costs very little.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. P. 0. BOX 141
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.,
PARROTT &VCQ7, San Francisco.
linn also kept up her nrt study, In
which sho promises some day to dis
tinguish herself. 'Miss Haens wont
toHonolulu i with friends several
ears ago, and tins also made several
the beautiful valley of Moanniua."Ka trips cast during the pnst few tears.
Ncoku" was but nfew jjmrs ago a
ltttlo wooden Blihck, built to shelter
the cattlemen during the rain, but tho
"magic wand" of Moanalua that hai
changed the barren flclds and ruggod
mountain sides to scenes of Joy nnd
beauty rested thcro for a brief mo
ment and presto! Change! Tho ltt
tlo .shack blossomed Into a dear little
green cottngo parti)' hidden from low
by the kukul and ohla trees. I. until,
llvtngroom, bedroom and kitchen
ocr) thing comfortable. In tho bed'
Tho goodbyB1 nnd good wishes with
which Miss Edith Jones was started
on her trip t6 Honolulu last week were
a llttla more serious than they usually
nfo when a girl goes on for n lslt, for
It is pretty well understood that her
marriage to tho oung llrltlsh diplo
mat will itakc place In her sister's
homo In Hawaii, and so it may be sov;
oral 'years before her old friends here
see her agAln. Miss Jones; engage
ment was announced a fuw necks ago
l after bIio returned from a visit to old
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-. n....nlinn i,n,l inm. ......i, 'irienus in main, nni'iu rno raei ner
room a Hawaiian hlke--largo enough flanc(,; ,The.fortllllnt0 mnn acrg0
iu aceuiHuiuuiuo ven; mo living rouni cooper, Is connected with the BrltHh
With rltH.. WallS Of CrCCn bUrlat). nnil.nuMv nt Olom nn.l ..111, ,.,,,, l. II.
couches, choleo pictures and brlc a-' etlll quite young, hns already made n
brae, its 'tea tablo and Itusslan brass 'name for Ktmself In diplomatic circles,
ten serlce, all adding to tho charm.
The kitchen, which, after all, is per
haps the most Important part of a
country place, furnished with
thing, complete. Tho low" from tho
Innal is one never to bo
Across tho valley on tho
1 Mra .Tntina .later' Mra rtnlinrl 1nn'
ton Hinds (who was Miss Eleanor" Es
till Jones before her nmrrlago last
ttnniinrtfl liflii n Imnlitlfiit lwimn In fin-
'nnltiln ftnil tlin rnrnmnnv illl fnlrn
tilarn tliprn In thn full tf flliolt- nrA.nnl
forgotten. j,nn8 nr0 carried out. Another sister,
mountain Glarivi-. who has et to mnkn Iht iln.
ldo is a forest of kukul trees, tl)e but, posed ns the Indian girl In last
brilliant groen icliovfxl hero nnd there November's tableaux at tho Chutes,
by nn ohln trees, ut tills season full of and Is ono or tho prettiest of the com
. . ... .. fnrr itnlitltft.tfACt Tl.n fill
iiiosboms. is mere anyiiiing moro
beautiful than a grove of ohln trees in
Lloom? Each blossom, so dcllcato In
texture, so brilliant in color and so
cxqulslto In fragrance! The luncheon
cnJoHll nnd appreciated by nil for
tho rldo and tho mountain air has,
vhnrpencd tho appetite. In tho after
noon a walk rartner up tlio valley ror
about n mile, to sec another cottage,
larger and moro cltlzod, belonging to
Miss May Damon. Roses climb every
where, waiting to welcome her homo.
A gamo of brldgo then nt four, coffee,
and In tho cool of tho evening wo
drhc down tho valley, with many good
wishes for our oung host, and "Mo
analua" Miss Ocrtrudo Josseljn. mentioned
beluw. Is n sister of Miss Mamie
JonHcbn.who visited Mrs. Hatch a few
cars ago. Gertrude Jossclyn Is alto
well known here:
Every day this week has had some
sort of affair for Miss Oertrudo Jos
sclyn, whose wedding day Is rapidly
Ing debutantes Tho Call,
Tho beautiful reshlenco of the
James Kennedys was ablaze, with
lights on Monday earning, tho occa
sion being n supper given In honor of
MIrs Green by tho hostess, Miss Jes
sic Kennedy., Pink roses and maiden
hair ferns made the table lovely to
look upon, nnd 'ho prctt) faces around
Inc nospltnule board wero quite le
markable. Miss Green wore a lovely
i-arisian irocx anu iookcu ery pretty,
Miss Jessie Kennedy, n snect Ope of
girlhood, was daintily dressed In soft
mull. Tho guests Included Misses
Alice Hcdcmanu, Carmen Clowe, Ella
Wight, F. niand. Ircno fisher, Alice
Cooke, C. Dland, Nora Sturgeon, I-or
na laukcn, Messrs. Derwenl Kennedy,
Uustaf Scbacfer, Rdniund llcdomann,
A41an Lowrey,, llnrplil Castle, Arthur
Macintosh. Crllng Hedcmann, Slier
wood Lowrcv, Stanhy Kenned j, 0.
Whitney, Will Wnrrtn.
Miss Ircno fisher's brldgo evening,
nimroaclilnir. nnd who la certainly .wnicn occurred last wcuncsuny, was
ffno of tho most feted of thn brides !n ni09t cnioablo arfalr, thcoung pco
to be. Thcro have been four lunch
cons, several Informal teas and threo
or four dinners in her honor this
week, nnd I bellevo that she and Mr.
Rathhone have bad to decllno ns
many moro for Bliccr lack of time.
There are alwajs sq many last things
to do just before the great day!
Tho wedding takes pjace tomor
row, and It will bo a house "affair,
nnd nn extremely protty one. The
Jossclyns had tho Nichols' house In
llroadwny for tho winter, nnd hnvo
had somo dollghtful times (hero. All
tho sisters arc uttrnctivo nnd of qulto
distinct ho tpc of beauty, so that
It Is easy to pick out a Josseljn
wherever jou see her. They all have
fnlr hair, ranging from lightest
brown to n wonderful pnlo gold, and
plo entering Into tho, spirit of tho. nf-
lair with much energy ana good win
A delicious supper was served at the
conclusion of tho gapio. Tho guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooke,
Misses Catherine Smith, Powell, Per
rlnp. Carmen Clowo, Towle, Alice
Cooko, Alice Hedcmann, Nora Stur
geon, Margaret Castle, Messrs. G.
Whitney, Stanlo Kennedy, W. I,. Cas
tle. Walter Rycroft, lHarold- Castle,
Derwcnt Kennedy, Alexander Walker,
Mitchell. Livingston, Edmund Hcde
mann, Erllg lledcmann, Alan Lowrcy
Miss Laura Wight has as her guests
at Wulklkl llttlo Jimmy and Klnnu
Wilder until they join their parents
at their new rcsldcnco on Tantalus.
Indeed Mrs. Wight's homo 1b full of
there is a family resemblance In their children, for Peggy Wilder. Helcnand
L'nitinialnn unn Ilnll ritiil T ne Un'np.
Clean Milk .
Our equiument for producing it includes Steam at all hours, White
Suits for Milkers, Covered Buckets with Absorbent Cotton, Tail Hooks for
Cows' Tails, Thorough Washing of Udder, and Constant Skilled Supervi
sion. It costs, but is worth it.
Tel. 890 Th Pond Dairy
.. . ,n
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
Miss Linda Cadwaladcr, who Is to
spend the season with her bi other,
George, and bis wife (who was CUnr-
lotto Wilson), will bo tho Jossclyns
house guest for tho wedding, later
making a country visit or two before
settling down for the season. Origi
nally Miss Cadwalader planned a trip
abroad with Mrs. Wilson and Miss
Emily Wilson, who left n month ago,
but sho eli ii n Bed her mind the last
The II. McDonald Spencers will
nlso make the Josscln home their
headquarters for tho next few days.
They nre spending tho summer down
near San Mateo or lluitlngame. Mrs,
Spencer was Miss florcnco Josseljn.
She took nn Important part In "Trc-
Inwnoy of the Wells ' when It was
given by tho stago club last winter,
proving herself a most delightful llt
Mr. Riithbono nnd his brldo will
Icavo tomorrow night for tbolr honey
moon, nnd It Is probable that Mr. nnd
Mrs. Josselyn, with Miss Mary, jvllss
Mnrjorio, nnd Miss Mjrn, will spend
tho latter part,of the summer In Eu
rope after jill. Miss Mjni came up,
from tlfc Santa Rarbarn Bchool only
a few das ugo, nnd will go back tor
tho coming term.
Mlbs Marietta Havens was tho pret
ty girl who visited Miss U, Ruth
Young not long slnco nnd tho follow
ing concerning her wedding Is an
Tho marrlago of Miss Marietta Ha
vens nnd Paul Dlnsmorc, which took
place In St. Paul's Church In Oak
land last week, was Interesting to so
ciety on both sides of tho bay, for
tho brldo, who Is tho daughter of tho
Albert W. Havens, has attended
dances nnd dinners In this city for
tho past half-dozon scnKons, and has
ninny frlonds here. She is n small,
graceful girl, with the unusual com
bination (if dark ees und fnli hair
.mil nn uiiusunlly lovely complexion.
Since her debut she has been In de
mand for all tho good times of Oik
land's most exclusive -social set, and
Kathorlnc von Holt, and Leo Water
houso nro there most of tho timp. Re
Ing next door to tho Outrigger Club
there is much to Interest them, for It's
"busy dajs thcro and Alexander
Humo ford Is a groat faorlto with
all children. He Is never too busy to
stop and help a child In trouble or to
answer tbclr questions, and his watch
fulness of tho little ones Is appreciat
ed by all their mothers.
Governor Cleghorn gavo ono of his
Informal little leas at Alnahau on
Wednesday in honor of MIbs Allan, nnd
Miss Greenhorno newcomers with
letters of introduction from Mr. and
Mrs. R. Paton from Scotland. Tho
two guests of honor nro great travel
ers and nro alwaja on tho wing see
ing new countries Among those pres
ent wero Mrs. f. M. Swanty, Mrs. f.
It. Humphrls, Mrs. Southcrland, tho
Misses Southerland, Mrs. Howes, Jr.
It was a very pleasant experience for
tho strangers, who wero charmed
with Governor Clcghorn's hospitality.
, It Is a groat pity tho board walk .be
tween tho two big Watkikl hotels can
I'ot remain. Thcro was a constant
stream of people nl day Saturday and
Sunday, and tho Wnlklkl children hnvo
had a glorious time riding their little
"Irish Malls", and dragging tholr llt
Mr. Douglas Damon Is visiting nt
Olaa. Ills many friends aro so glad
ho Is not going nwny to "St. Luko's"
this j ear, und that ho will (Inlfch nt
Dance at the Coopers
Tho dance which Judge and Mrs.
Henry Cooper gavo last evpnlrig In
i .i.-iJ' nr.il.. (...i....
llUIKJr Ul liltlll BUII HUIIIILD, WI1U II"
turned th s week fiom college, wns
pno of tho prettiest nnd most impor
tant ovents of'a remarkably gay sea
son, from tho celling of tho court
and drawing-rooms w,ero suspended
sprajs of mauve wisteria and aspara
gus ferns, while nt intorvals were
delicate greens which much enhanc
ed tho exqulBlte decorations, The
court was surrounded by Immenso
palms nnd baskets of maidenhair
ferns nt lircgulnr Intervals were seen
In luxurious profusion P.oies, pink
carnations, nnd Shasta daisies gave
the desirable touch of color and con
trasted well with tho delicate greens.
H was an unusually prctt dance, for
youth and beauty wero out In full
fort-o with all the uxuhernnco of spir
it which accompanies that delightful
rgc. Kanis orchestra plajcd two
Btcps and w allies uptll midnight, n
delicious Bitppcr being partaken of nt
11 o'clock, 'lwo large punchbowls
were constantly refilled with cooling
lemonade for the joung people and
they wero nlways Keen about that
pleasant beverage. Miss Alice Coop
er, assisted her mother In receiving
the guests nnd presented her mother
to ever. bod) She was very much
admired in a dainty white' dress.
Among (nose present were .Misses
Spalding (2), Miss Lucas, Miss Mc-
Corriston, Miss Langton, Misses Cat
ton (2), Miss Swanzy, Miss Glrdler,
Misses Winter (2), Mini Townuen'd,
Mlss( Curden, Miss Prutt, Miss Da
mon, Miss Hopper, Miss Itcstarick,
Miss Girvlh, Miss Wnterhouse, Miss
t'lsher. Misses' Wadman, Miss Hedc
mann. Misses . Illand (2). Missel
Craig, Miss Kennedy, Miss Wlghti
Miss Morgan, Miss Davis, Miss Jones,
Miss Hcusncr, Miss lloth: Messrs.
Young, Lowrey, Kenton (2), McCor
riston (2), Warren (2), Mitchell,
Rycroft, Cnrden, Jordan, Jlcdcmann
(2), Kennedy (2), W. L. Castle, Whit
noy, Orecnwell, Thompson, lllckcr
Ion, Jenkins", White, Lucas, Iscnbcrg,
I'lemlng, Smith, Townscnd, Clark,
Catton, Ulackman, II. Castle, Macfar
lane, Chalmers, Wight, Schnack.
Tho Dramatic Ctrclo of the Art
League will glvo two plajs at the
Opera House on the evenings of July
21st und 25th, "Lad). Fortune" nnd
'Serond Thought"." In 'Lndyjj'or
tune" tho characters are to be taken
by Doctor nnd Mrs. Humphrls, Mrs.
Fred. Waterhousc, Miss Ella Wight,
Mr, James Wilder, arid Mr. Warren,
all clever and talepted. "Second
Thoughts" Includes, Miss Bruce, Miss
Adelo do l'Artlguc, Mr, Arnold. This
is a roaring farce and will certainly
bring, dqvvn the house.
The members of tho Art Lcaguo
ought to take a certain number of
tickets to sell, for they nil huvo one
1 u r pose, and Mrs. Graham can sup
ply (hem at the Art League with ns
many as desired. Everybody ought
to help tho Art League, for their nn
tcrtnlnmcuU are first-class I nevery
respect and they need tho assistance
of the public.
After a ear's travel In Euro'po Mr.
and Mrs. Klebahn have returned to
Honolulu. They were most cordially,
greeted. Mrs. II. focko gavo, a pol
luncheon on Thursday In 'honor of
Mrs. Klebahn, which was a pronounc
ed success. There wero red carnation
fels for eich guest, and the) Included
Mis. Hollovvay, Mrs. Lanz, Mrs. A.
Fuller, Mrs. C. R. Cooper, Mrs. Ton
ne), Mrs. Noonan, Mrs. Widcinnnn,
Misses Margaret and Cordelia Walk
er and Miss Hen Taylor.
Mrs. John Murtagh has arrived In
San Francisco from the Philippines
and is stajlng with her mother, Mrs.
J. de llarth Shorb. In tho Shorb
home In Van Ness avenue. Mrs. Mur
tagh Is tho wife of Dr. Murtagh, U.
S. A , and has a charming homo at
Fort McKlnley, in Manila. It was at
her home that the marriage of her
sister, -Mrs. Yynez Shorb White, took
placo a few months ago. Tlio Call.
Mrs George Carter gave a beauti
ful luupheon at the residence In Judd
street on Thursday, the guests In
cluding Mrs F. M. Swanzy, Mrs.
Wodebouse, Mrs. Achilles, Mrs. Rocs,
Mrs. Dunning, Mrs. Everett, Miss
Goodwyu, a guest of Mrs. Wodchousc.
The Misses Elsa and Linda Schacf
er wcie arrivals In the Korea. Miss
Linda Schaefcr has boen at college
and her engagement to Mr. Alfred
Castle has been announced, o large
dinner being given at Rosebank in
honor of tho engaged couple.
Mrs. Hanncberg, who nlwajs en
tertains well, wan tho hostess of a
d.ilnt tea at the Hawaiian Hotel on
Thursday. Corsages of la franco
loses tied with pink tulle wero given
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilcnjainln Marx sail
ed In tho Korea for a -two eais' trip
abroad. They expect to join their
relatives, tho Williams and Castles,
In Switzerland this summer.
,Mlss Grace Hortenso Tower of Pas
ndena arrived by tho Alameda .with
two society girls of her homo clt)
They will bo widely entertained.
Mrs. Fred. Waterhnuso has cards
nut for a tea to bo given In honor of
hoi; nieces, Miss Harriet Younf- vand
Mrs. Ed Tow so, who Is visiting rtl
atlv'cs at Cliejenne, W)n, Is qut 111,
having entered tho hospital thcro, on
the Oth just.
Tho frank Damons with their
guests, MIescs Towlo ami Perrlnc,
havo gone to tholr Island homo at
Doctor Cofer, so popular both pro
fessionally and socially, Is domiciled
at Old Watkikl for tho summer.
Mr. Richard Buhier
And The Incomparable
$10 00 RLWAK1)
i e o evv .id will be paid fur
n.e re l n 1 n i t " oi an one
sto-illng ng oi decoiations of itj
chara lei from public buildings or
bultdlng-l owned b) private Individ-'uals
Dy order of
Atlantic Fleet Entertainment
THURSDAY EVENINO, JULY OTH, ' ,
Ti. O'l - 1 ' $500REWARD.
(JIG dllVBI Mllii
MONDAY, JULY 13.
"WHY SMIIH LEFT HOME"
By special arrangement with Har
old Bassett, Mme.
the Prima Donna of four continents,
will annear in operatic selections dur
ing the evenings of
FRIDAY, JULY 10, and
TUESDAY, JULY 14.
Prices for these two evenincs : Or
chestra Stalls. C1.00- Dress Circle;
for th return nf n ChltelMnH
H-rofb I'ln, loit nn a V m ri't 3lft
t iir or gt-ttlne i n o ' ff mrn ft o
joiit June .stii the d-. or PMni-M
I M nous,
l Care Honolulu Iron Works Co. Ltd.
Grand Minstrel and
To Be Given By The
St. Louis College
'POPULAR LOCAL AMATEURS
Under The Direction Of
Mr. Sunny' Ma
Hawaiian 0pera House
JULY OTH AND 11TH.
During my absence from Honolulu
Dr A. It. Rownt will take rharge of
DR XV. T. MOXSAltRAT
Some People .
Believe in lucky Humben,
Poumlax Prices. SOo:, 75c, $1:
Naturally! We Wow m'ore about
PAINT thai anything rele. Tb!
PAINT we use n rela PAINT aai pat
on u Paint should be. We can'vrhk
pride point out' to you the houses
painted by us.
IS KINO ST,
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs
ALAKEA ST. anrLRICHARDS ST.
Half Block From Naval Dock.
A challentre is offered to the mem
bers of the Fleet in any of the above
"TAHITIAN DANCES, and.
SOUTH SEA ISLAND DANCES.
THE HTDWAY,is. OPEN
uax Anu muiir.
Ov-e'r ISO nitltrtnt Tcunnts fro.n
jculur ilollar-and-a-haU Novels,
All the latest popular books. Now
.s the 'time to tet books yon have
'.v anted at half-price.
SATURDAY, .JULY 1
KAMS Vs. IaNTA CLARA
PUNS v. KEI0
..lie 4 ; mJii
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c;extia
The Popular Beverage. Bottled by
of Economy inPainting what is it T
Is it economical to buy jt-paiat that
is from 10 to 80; per cent, cheaper
than the best -paint
but cannot give that smooth, glossy
finish, and does not wear half so
long! , ,
Use only Pure Prepared Paint, if
you're looking for satisfaction.
177 S. KING ST. PHONE 775.
HOTEL 8TREET ... . . NEAR FORT
LUNCHES" and t Rtlr'k 8
The most popular
it r place in town. , -
The Fashion Saloon,
Hntel 9t. near Tort. ' -'
lack Bcully, , Jack Robert.
it making the Beit Home-Bade lrMi
in town. Be sure and try it Tlw
wagon will 'deliver at'ytrar floe.'
CALL UP 1B7.
hj 1 k ,. W ... ..
EDGEWOlftTH and,o!8oti) Ttiucot
The only two good, smoking
Tobaccos in the Market '
FITZf ATR10K BROS. !
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE. -
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