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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1009.
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oweeDine rteauctions in wasn
Beginning Monday, May 3rd
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1 N order to make room for jout NEW SPRING GOODS, tf c have decided to clear out certain lines of WASH GOODS, regardless of
Cost or Values, the one, object in view is the quickest possible clearance. Many of the bargains cannot be mentioned in
this announcement because oUtie limited quantities, but they are here. Come, and you Will be repaid with the biggest and best
bargains ever offered in WASH GOODS. SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY.
S ond 10( yd. 15c quality
70 yd. 8 l-3c qualil
Figured Dotted Swiss
16 2-3 cent quality at S ond 100 yd. 15c quality, 8 yd.
8 l-3c quality, 0 yd.
lflljc quihty. 70 yd.
10 2-3c qualiy, 10 yd.
iped and Figured Voiles
23c quality, ln.yd.,..
Printed Swisses and Organdies
20c quality, 12 l-2c a yard
Opp. Fire Station
35o quality, 200. yd.
Solid Color Dress Voiles
25c quality, 12i20 yd.
Solid Color Etamines
20c quality, 12JiO. yd.
Soie du Monde
30c quality, 200- yd.
Printed Chiffon Mull
40c quality, 250 yd.
T YN'imiiU S Ciilhedial was Dm
Ml Mr of .til 1I.1IIM1L.1I l llll'tty
v.iiljing uu 'lliurmln owning
whfii Mlbs Itt.-f IIIMa Rotut-
&Jt mu :uiil Mi Wlllliim S. mil-!
llnwi,il.i ma iiiiIUmI l llu) !
. Rev. Mr Sun, mem In llu- holy lunula
of nun. Ii'iiiuy bi loin a Iiiiru mill
fmhloiiiililo Kill hoi Ihk of Xi lends anil
el'itlvta. Ii , 1 1 1 I at 8 o'tloek tho
In-lit il i .i i .iriiwil niiil. u the sweet
Bti.lns of Uu' Wi'.MIr;; Mauli finiii
l.iiheii".i In t'.ili'il foiili, the tubers,
Me"Hih Uoliertn, Clurli j CbilllnK
woit! l)..vld Slu.1 v, .kiiI. lliadfortl
Huiiiuc. mill Paul Schmidt, wnll.ed
down tli i-riitiiil ulale followed by
tad ,iic'lj liowi-r kIiU, Misses Irma
Woclohmr'ti mnl t'hai lotto Dow-sett.
who won' lit in- fill, voile princess
Bowns ninl bl.ie veils uniRlit with for-get-ino
iiii'ik Tho uinM-of-linnor,
Mlb Mildred (li.ice. ciimc ixxt bc.iu
tlfully Uiiwm'iI In blue rill; Mill over
blue .iln. and her bluo tulle oil
wan vers iiciotnlug; Bin- carried u
houqun of pink rtihea. Then rame
tho liuuiilful In Mi- on Ilici iirm of lwi
fathii, the Hon. James ltoliort.son,
Kntl Ihi'y v.vie liict at the chancel
JUepH by l!.c Rev. Mr. Hl'iiirtiin, the
ffioom r.nil hi i bent man, Mr. Unbolt
Chlllinvvoi tu. Kiion thp uliurt hut
l...r. t..-iM ci-i-rninny wus over anil
while, the in nle v.uii tlRtiliu: tho ick
Istor llu- i:hl ficin he I'llorv c.niK
Bvcrl h pin, in i sweetly. When
the In il ninl i' oni i i iiiiie down the
alule i jnlmdi iiuiii-il to look, ninl
a veiv il iIt'iiUIhmI j , i t i thev made.
A ii-M-p I ii iv f. I', hi at the Roliprt
ton i' il' n in . ii inn iiM'ime fium
Out of the
House to Die
if an:' Roac
Is surs dealh lo rats, rales, roaches, elc.
2 oz. box 25c; 16 os. boa $1.00.
fflp Sold every where or scnt express I
Hhj rrcpa'il on receipt of price.
KV, CTCAHNa'ELCCTniC PASTC CO., Chlcgo,llt
Wmt - J
X:.!ll milll 10, -mil tho honnc hail
liei-n imiile a jierfcct bower of lovpll
ui'i'.i. In the ilrinvliiK-roiini, where
Mr. ami Mm. ChlllliiKwortli received,
was a lanopy of line innldenhair
ferns, tied with broad white satin lib
boa and whlto m.inrucrltes, cnll.i ill
IIib. iispiir.ii.'iiM feniH, nnil unrigs of
liahim made the looms beautiful. A
1-.inl.iiiK o'f lilies on tho lilantienlcco
wan n rentnie of thU room1. In tho
dlniniMoom, wheic the mipiier was
heived, tho ba-wlndov 'wnh trnim
furmeil Into a conservator' 'mid rare
feint-, loses, whlto and 'lllnit', played
a must important p:irt iii'tlic decor
ntlvc Mhenie. Thero wofti"ali!o a
Iiiiru wcdilliiK-caltO and n'bVide-calc,
ninl wlillu HiIh wax lieliiK I'tlt ono got
a rlimice to look at tho lirlrto's drcKS.
It was made a In piltlce'bf lino
wlillo silk net oer wlilto mitln, elab
orately trimmed with red'iVlsli laco;
bIio wore a white cll bifntllied with
ointiKO blossoms, and carried fn bIiow
cr liotuiuet of bridal rorfc&'&lio look
ed very lovely In her bridal Vobo and
leeelved tho coiiKratiilatloHir of hor
friends with a most hccontlnfc blush.
The IliidliiK of tho traiflitontil llilm-hle-munej-
and buttons l-r'tdted great
men-luient among tho Jonng peoplo
ami Mies Dlneit caught the1 bride's
boinuet. Mrs. James ItoiiblUon, n
hnndfomo woman, looked llaftlruliir
ly well In n rich blade tblletto and
she wore a Inlgo hat coWVeil with
plumes. A sprig of iifaiivj' orchids
completed a striking tbtTcAle, Tho
iliunli was daintily decnfrlted anil
many pots of (alia lilies peeked ovor
the lulls of tho chancel) hhiikcil by
huge pots of maidenhair Mfha, and
llinrKiierites were also "HHlstlcally
phued, wlillo sprigs of shUfnx wro
woven about tho post,' Unking n
very artistic effect. Thtf'prcsctits
nceuiled one Inrgo room, 'hfl numer
ous wero thoy. Ten t.e'rvlfc'es, fish
lets, birnkfast mid luncn''shts, Jow-
li-i . die lis, dinner Bervlb'efl, dozens
1 1 -ller dishes, and lint' BllVer, carv
ing m'Ih. pictures, nnd hhhdreds of
hni'illir articles wero given 'the pop
ul. ii young couilc, as n'ell1 as an
i'il iliiK tct wltli illiiiiloiflla gl.cn
ti (l.ivernnr CluRhorn, 'nlcK'usod to
I i-'ung to Kaliilnnl, whhsc"fcoil-chtlil
Hi.- bride was, nnd A tililistnnlliil
i heck. Tho ring will lid Itlfchly priz
ed as a souvenir of tho mucH-kuncnt-ed
Among tho guests pieseht were
(loVoinnr t'leghorn. Mi1, "alirl Mrs.
Bclinefer, lllsliop nnd MfJlftestailck,
M.r. nnd Mis, Quarlcu, Bister AlLier-
tlna, Mrs. ,1'rcclh, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Campbell, jjr. nnd Mrs, jnmes Dough
eity, Jlr. nnd Mrs. Garden, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. II. lto'b
crtson, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. U. Castld,
Miss Ada llhodcs, Mr. Clarence Wn
terhouse, dnpt. nnd Mrs. Purkdr,
Judgo npd Mrs. Dole, Mr. nntl Mrs.
McCorrlston ami family, Mr. .and Mrs.
Kerr, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H.. Jones, Mrs.
C. Chllllngworth, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. K.
Chllllngworth, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert
Shingle, Mr, nnd Mrs. Kbcn Low,
Mr. nnd Mrs, A. Klchnrdson, Mrs. II.
M. U. Hose, Mr. and MrB. LcbIIo,
Mrs. C. A. Drown, Miss Turner; Mrs.
Dwlghtj Mr. and Mrs. O. V, Smith,
Mrs. 0g. Mr. J. II. Paris, Mr.
I. Ir lit foot nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs.
V. (irccn, Mrs. J. J. Llshmnn, Mr.
nnd Mrs. lYed. Whitney, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Qcorge llecklcy, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. lloyd, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. I'ratt,
Mr. unit Mrs. It. Illud, Mr. R. U.
King, Mr. nnd Mrs Frank Ringer,
Mr. George Drake, Mr. Krank Andra
do, Miss Lndd, MIbs Sarnh Lucas, Mi'.
V. Wlchman, Mr. Knlpo Anea, Miss
Kmmn Drcler, Cnpt. nnd Mrs. Simor
son, Mr. Alex. May, Mr. P. O. Skin
ner, Mr. S. Mnuclonn, Mr. and Mrs.
A. 0. M. Robertson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. WntBon, Mr. and Mrs, Ilooth, Mr.
Clcorge Clark, Mr. Loyd Chllds, Miss
Allco Oreen, Dr. Rogers, Mr. Wi Sun
bom, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kamnknloole,
Mr, nnd Mrs. A. M. Ilrown, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Httchcdck of
Juilil strcdt gnvo nh "al h6nto" to
about dlglity gubsts on Thursday oven
lug. A musical progrnni of great 111
tercst was rendered, tho artists In
cluding Mrs.' Mackall, Mrs. Von Holt,
MrB. Weight, Mrs. TCrncst Ross, Miss
Wiirthnimslliir, Mr. Arthur VnIl, Mr.
Wlckman. Sirs, Hitchcock accmnpn
nieil sovorat of tho numbers on tho
piano. Tho guests were Bcalcd oh the
circular lanal and tho long French
windows opening Into tho rontn gave
everybody nn opportunlly 6f hearlilg
nil tho nuuihers, with unushal com
fort. Light icfrcshmonlfl wero cdrle.l,
and a ileljKhttui oVenlng pissed.
Among IIio4j present wero Mr. nnd
Mrs, Tenny Pt'Ck, Judgo nnd Mrs.
Llnilsuy. Dr. and Mrs. Krnest Wate
house, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. 0. Wilder, for
mer Governor ami Mrs, Georgo Carter,
Dr. nnd Mrs. James Judd, Mr. ami M".
Krlc Kuudaen, Mrs. d'Orango, Mrs.
Laura Wight, Miss Lesllo SVlghf, Dr.
and Mrs, Moqic, Dr, and Mrs, i'ratt,
Miss Ilonieh, Mr. and Mis. Arthur
Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Hnval Mead. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Krcd Wntcrhonse. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Alolub Gnrtley, Mr and Mrs. tier
rlt Wilder, Miss Alton, Mrs. Sorenson.
Mr. iiilibMrn. ICrnei.t Iloss, Mr. nnd
Mrs. James Wilder, Miss Nina Adams,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, p. Gllmnn, Mr. nnd
Mm. Montnglto Cooke nnd many oth
Judgo and Mrs. Sidney Ilnllou wero
tho host and hostess ot a delightful
dinner on Thursday cwnlug In honor
of former Vice-President Fairbanks,
Mrs. Fairbanks nnd Mrs. TlmmoiiH.
Yellow nasturtiums and maidenhair
In a lnrgo silver visa wero artistically
arranged and broad -jellow satin rib
bons and candles shaded In yellow
mndo thn table n dream of henuty. Tho
Knnl orchestra played during dinner
nnd throughout tho evening, nnd tho
guests of honor wero charmed Willi
tho weird Hawaiian melodies. Coffee
dnd lliiucnrH wero served on tho latinl
nnd tho evening was spent listening to
tho music, with Interludes of Interest
ing conversation. Other guests In
cluded Governor nnd Mrs. Frear, MIbs
Clara Cm pouter, Col. Schuyler and
Mr. A. L. C. Atkinson.
Grcnt sprays of yellow orchids most
exquisitely adorned tho dinner tnblc
of Mr. and Mrs. I-Mward Tenney on
Thursday evening, nnd maidenhair
ferns nlso milled to tho artistic effect
Tho Tenneys entertained In honor of
Mrs. Ashe, Miss lleadeo and Miss Hor
tono ami among thosa asked to meet
them wero Mrs. Noonan, Mr. Arm
strong, Mr. II. Walker nnd Mr. Will
A pretty little dinner was given by
Mr. nnd Mrs. B, 0. Wilder on Wednes
day evening, tho guests Including Dr.
nnd Mrs. Jnmes Judd, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Lnnghoruc, Mr. nnd Mrs. Krlc Knud
seiii Crimson carnations mado a bril
liant centerpiece. Mrs. Wilder favored
her guests with music during the
Miss Marion Scott ontertnlncd nt
dinner on Tliurwlny evening for Mr.
nnd Mrs. James Wilder nnd Mr. and
MIbs Mary Johnson arrived in tho
Alnmoda looking well after her vaca
tion. Sho will resumo chargo of hor
A big sal6 ot Iteiminlitfl nnd Odd
hients will start on Monday, May. 3rd,
nt fc. W. Jordan's store. Tills Is n
clcan-up sale and all articles Will bo
marked way down, as they iuust bo
DR. T. FELIX QOURADD'S ORIENTAL
tddiu ad uifirni nDiimciRi)
viwiin vi niAwvni vbAuiiiiu
ii bJ "jiw. Riumu Tab. rimplit,
3. a (SB- M (z3MBMt7, 4Ji-
M . Hit nH iii Jmni. jt
t?i3 ft' rTF UM 5fclMLHttoi
iO!j i . J ftF It it kirulm mi i
-5 vn s, fB luiiiwiUMtij '
' a-j " "Ti'. ft.' ram. Dr. It. A.
tin, in. l
Un (ft ynt'Mi)'
tVt lei A barranil TiIiU
kin tirnrIIana " V n Bkla
UaUM 1ft tbt UtUtJ BUlii, CftQkuft ftsd Kuro,
fERD-T.rlDPtlM frcp, 3) (hut Jcnei Sheet, Inhl
brewer, recently offered a prize for the
best letter on the subject of Temper
perance or Brolii bitibn, specifying
that the letter was to be in answer to
the articles published in the COSMO
POLITAN MAGAZINE written by
himself and the Rev. Alexander Alison;
and that the prize would be awarded
for the best brief, logical statement,
whether it sustained the side of Mr.
Pabst or the Rev. Dr. Alison.
The prize-winning letter, selected
from among thousands by a committee
consisting of Messrs. Nathan Straus and
Arthur Brisbane, was written by the
mother of five boys and sustained Mr.
Pabst's arguments in favor of temper
ance and against prohibition.
Thatthe youth of the land should be trained to
rely upon their strength of character and not. be put
into a straight-jacket to make up for their lack of
character was the substance of her argument.
The moderate drinking of good beer is good
for the weak and the well.
In Honolulu its important that you drink
tfhe 3eersThat's jfrewed