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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 12, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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i:vi;nino iutllktin. hokou'mi, t. h., Saturday, junh 12, 1909.
Wealth of New Goods
Plentiful Assortments To Make Shopping a Pleasure
Have You Seen the New
Wc have them in all the new shades; Champagne
Grey, Old Rose, Lip,ht Blue and Lavendar, 27 inches wide,
:()k a yard.
New Cotton Foulards
They look just like silk; Tan, Copenhagen Blue, Navy
Blue and Black. 20C a yard.
The Latest Novelties in
And they are re linlv bcintirs Colo;s: Navy and Gold,
Orcy and Gold Green and Gull Brown and Gold- Light
Blue and GV 1.
New Oriental Laces
Edui.iRs and Insertions to match, very dainty patterns.
White and Cream.
SPECIALS for MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
with colored designs, 27 in. wide, very pretty for cos
tjmes. Regular price 25c a yd. Sale price 18c yd
PLAIN COLORED BURLAPS
36 in. wide. Regular price 20c a yd. Sale price, 8 yds.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Sts.
Opposite Fire !r.tion.
New Couch Covers
In Oriental stripes, very handsome: large size, ij1.00,
$1.50, $i;75, $2.50, $3.25 and $3.50 each.
An immense shipment of Bed Spreads in Marsaillcs and
Honey Comb, plain and fringed, from $1.00 to $7.50-
(SEE BERETANIA STREET WINDOW.)
We Carry a Good Assort
ment of Men's Socks
The very latest- plain- striped aud fancy, 3 pairs for
Fine Assortment of Combs
Slide and Back Combi, Barrcttes, plain and fancy.
SOCIAL CHATTER ihe HOME TALK .
An Appreciation from Kauai.
n S5.ii ii din cloning the r.ilieblld
1 ipi in Kcnlln was on frtii In ciiii -
I. in 1'n'li distinguished s !nllr. A.
Tl'umon. daughter of cv-Vln-fl'i'slilout
Knliluink". Kvcrythln ;
itiusplroil to make the function II'
h milium nml Jolllckl cut hold i,.i
UiIm side of Iho Islaiiil. Tlio night
x.-im one ot Nature's lovllest. A rull
nioiin Hlionp nut from n cloudless sky,
bulbing the landscape with licr calm,
illici IlKht. and throwing Into liold
nllof the frowning peaks of Walulo
iile. Arrtvlng at the I'nlrclilld lioinu,
lliii scene which met our gaze was
oho of rare heuuti. Here tho niai
m Hiiiih Inginiilti of our host on in'
the art of Hum! decoration had
ln'iiii given free n'lRn, nml the result
w.ih an exceedingly beautiful pie.
s'-niatltin. mull u would have de
lighted thi' heart of Alice In Won
rliini, nail which ntsuredl) drew
Imih the unstinted nrtmlriitlon of
I hone who were privileged to look
thereon. Worthy of special remark
was the lavish decoration of the
upper room. In one corner stood a
papain tiee, Juh na ir It Brew thore,
spreading Hi creep lenves and dis
placing Its ripened fruit with a por-fi-it
nntiiraJni-sK, while alone the
walls uml ovei the celling were scat
tered wllli an atilHtli hmnl branches
of ornngo and lemon trees. Inter
mingled with clusters or Juicy crapes,
the golden and purple fiulls untying
a ilellBhtrul blending or color. In
the midst of this fall v grotto a mer
ly party of ladles mid gentlemen snt
down to partake .if ,i iiinipiiKiits
lepust, served In tho daintiest stylo.
A pictty feature of this torvlro wns
the troop of little maids of Japan,
who waited at talilo attired In their
putl-coloied kimonos. Sevoinl
loiiKtr, were given during tho eve
ning, mining others, "The Health of
Mis Tlninions, tho (luost of Honor,"
mid "Our Host mid Hostess," liolli of
whli h eio pledged with the utmost
i iiihuslasni After supper the guests
win- Iniltcd to a ganio ot lirlilgo, or,
It l"iiv piefeiied, to trip tile light
fiiut.istli toe to the bPductlvo
Mi Huh ol an Hawaiian iiilntet The
i ai 'l nMiin w ii -. ,i most attractive ror
'i ' mii In in Hull duippd w Ith
linn lo'i'iii. nml uoopuig fioiu
the lenter of mi arch, ft constolla-to meet them helng Mr. and Mrs. J. T. '
tlon of clcitrlc lights, draped In tho Warren, Miss Yarrow, MIes Oss, Miss
most delltate set green, mid shed-.Oullek, Mr. C'l.toi Tracy. Mr. Scud-
ulng a subdued light oier nil, while dcr.
In and out ftom u forest of green
peeped a thousand miniature lights) Miss Constance Ui-stu-lch, daughter
of Milled enlor, maKIng of tills place of Ilishoii and Mrs Hest.itlclc, ivhihas
a delightful fnlrj laiul'. On tho ' been listing friends In Sim Diego, loft
stioUe of uildnlght, the giiesls, with recently fur Uoslim for a inonlhs' slay
evident roluctnnie, donned their, with her brother, who recently under-
traveling costumes and wended their went iu oiieriitlnn. aud though slid
several wa homcivatit, earning will not be able to bo In Ban Diego
It.it', .ire a menace to
health and property. At
the lirot tisn of a rat, use
Hal and Roach
It M tho only guaranteed ex
terminator for rats, mli'o,
cockroaches and other ver
min. Dealers ri'fuinl money if it fails.
Bold for .'!() years, with increasing sales,
a positive proof of merit. Itats and mice
cat it and run out, of doors ty die.
2oz hot Yo: Ifloz. box $1.00. ulilerer where
ur idut vxprcts prepaid on receipt of priue.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chlcsgo.lll.
with them the conviction that they
had spent one of Iho happiest eve
nings within recollection. Just as
the last carriage reached Its destina
tion the dear old moon crept down to
tho edge or the mount..:ns with a
.luminous look In her ee which
teemed to say "Rood nfRht; I kept
awake to see ou home." then pass
ed Into dienmland.
l.leui Ciiinni ri lor Tlmm-ia Drayton
l'ntker or the IT si S. Ilu.fiilii, mlllng
lor tlio Philippines ThniFiby, was tho
guest of honor at an Informal little
dinner given Wednesday olenitis by
Mr. and .Mrs. .lack Wariin covers bo
Inn laid lor seven. Those asked to
meet tile iru null were Mr. and Mrs.
Clan nee II. Olson nml Mr. and Mrs
Flunk l.elgliloii (llhson. The mar,-
rlage of I lent. Commander Parker
and Miss Florence lll'ind or I'asadeua
took place last month In Ilelvcdcie
aud there Is n possibility that Mis.
I'm Iter will come to Honolulu on a
tiausHiit In August to meet Mr. I'ar
ker on his leturn voyago from Manila.
Mis I'arker will bo warmly welcomed
by her many friends In Honolulu
should sip' decide to make the voyago.
Laden wlth'lels and pleasantly liuril
find nlth boxes of Island fruits, John
lliii toughs, Dr. Clara, Darns and Mrs.
Ashley left on the Miiiichurla Tues
day fur the coast alter a delightful
sta) of soieral necks at Iho I'leasau
ton. Ml are enthusiastic oier tho now
expeilenees they hnio enjojed here,
and Hawaii has won three more
Haunch friends -who will oier ho her
loyal allies In ndvlslng their friends
to make tho voyage. Tho party have
bein much entei tallied dm lug their
stay and shouoied with many pleas
ant courtesies, and all oxpiessed a
wish to leturn. A largo number of
their ncw-mndo fi lends assembled at
tin dock to bid them Aloha and bon
linage, among lliem being (ioiciuor
nml Mrs. Frear. Boveral of Mr. llur
itiirilib' filendi received liom him at
purling some exceptionally lino uml
artistically imscd photographs taken
1 Ciieeu of I'aKndena, uml In these
pictures tho n i Iter's great rcsomli
lanco to tho poet Longfellow Is most
I)i and Mrs. Albert Ilaker of Hawaii
me the house guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Doiemtis Scudder 4 their homo on
Prospect itreet Mis. Ilakct has sum
elrntly tecoieieil fioni her recent Ill
ness lo mako It postllile for her to
meet her iilends nml she la being en
tirialned In mini) pleasant a b.i her
old filuiida Among llip lereni plean
ant nffalr? u"i-t an Informal dlnnei
qlvon by Dr and Jlrs. Scudder In linn
or ot Dr, and Mrs. Unkur.tliuse nBked
for the wedding of Cora IMmunds. at
which she was to have been a brides
maid, the cvrcctH to return theio lat
er before coming home.
Tho commencement exerclsos of St.
Andrew's I'rlory School will bo held on
Thursday oienlng next nt S o'Olock In
Davles Memorial Hull. Tho class of
1!)0& consists of: Hannah Knmecua
lant Cummlngs, Alice Kalnnlmnkakau-
'dlin Hoaplll. Libido rvanmkapunnnoula-
okulanl Meek, Kanillo Mill'iulnnl Knlel
kon, ICIeanor Kawalklkllaul Wilcox.
Dr linker left Friday for homo on
tho Milium Ken, but Mrs. lijkcr will
remain some time longer.
On Wednesday, Juno in, at .1.30 p.
in., tho iiuurlorly meeting of tho Wo
man's National Itlvcrs mid Harbois
CoiigiesK will ho held at (ho Hotel
Ploasnnton. Tho meeting will be ad
dressed by Mrs. C.crrltt Wilder, Mis.
Stanford Moses and Mis. J. M. Dow-
sett. All members arc urged to bo
Mr. Clins. A (llbsnn nml son were
nrilvnls In the Alameda. They are
the guests of Mr. and Mis. Ueorgo
I toss of Honolulu plantation. Mrs.
Gibson Is lonsldercd to lie one ot
San Franelsio's most attractive wo
men and Is well known In sotlal cir
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott and
Miss Cielghton were entertained at
.luncheon on Thtusdny by Mr, nnd
Jlrs. (ieorgc Itoss of Honolulu plan
Dr Cooper entertained Inst Satur-
!lay owning for tho Dm roughs party
lit his beach house, beyond Diamond
I Head, near the lighthouse
t The guests went out from town In
! nutomoblles and carriages, and all bad
'a delightful drive homo by moonlight.
A delicious chowder supper was serv
ed, and artcrwnrds tho guests spent
the cloning sitting out on tho bench.
The following guests wcro present;
(loieriior nnd Mrs. Frear, Mr. llur
roughs and Ills daughter, Mrs. Ash
Icy, Dr. Clara Hams, Major and Mrs.
W'lnslmv, ('apt. nnd Mrs. Moses, Judgo
and Mrs. Lindsay, MIsh Johnson, Miss
Kllabrtli llnrdaway, Mr. John (llllet,
ami Mr. and Mrs. IHUhcock.
Mr and Mrs. Hudolph Clear Leeds
ur Kii'hmond Indiana departed last
Tuesday on the Manchuria after a de
lightful visit of two months at tho Mo
nnn Hotel. They wcro both very pop
ular here, and n host of friends dec
orated them with ninny beautiful lels
Ion their departure.
Mrs. Wenicr gave a farewell lunch
con on Monday In honor of tho Hur
.roughs party. Nntlic dishes wcro n
. fcaturo of tho luncheon, nnd they
proied most appetizing to tho mall
1 1) In I guests.
. Mrs. V. T. Illckerton nnd Mr. Spen
cor Blckcrton wcro outgoing passen
gers on the Mniichurla, going to Cali
fornia and to llrltlsh Columbia for
I the summer.
Tho concert glien last Saturday
evening for tho benefit of tho Knllhl
Monnnliia Church nt tlio Hawaiian
Opora Ilnuso was enjoyed by nn un
usually large audience, and was n
great success, both from n flnnnclal
point of view and otherwise. A cntchy
little lluto solo was pleasingly ren
dered by Mr, D. Knlivl nnd a duct,
Bung by Miss Emily Wntson and Mr.
Henry 1'. Judd, was loudly applauded.
The Kalllmal, Kaal, and Wnllua Ulco
Clubs gavo some excellent selections
of Hawaiian music In nn Interesting
manner. Tho concert wns especially
unlipio in that tho songs wcro nil Bung,
In Hawaiian, with one exception.
Mrs. W. W. InII gaio n delightful
afternoon ten on Tuesday, from 4 to
ii, to meet her guest, Mrs. W. II. Hon
ham of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Hall
woro a becoming gown of palo laven
der, whllo her daughter. Miss Char
lotte, who assisted jn receiving, woro
a dainty blue lingerie frock. Mrs.
llenham's gown wns of soft grey silk
with pearl ornaments. 11 wns most
becoming. Mrs. Hall was assisted by
Miss Lily Paty, Miss Norn Sturgeon,
Miss Agnes Judd, nnd the Misses Mc
Chesncy. The guests numbered about
Those present ivcro Mrs. Frear, Mrs.
Dillingham. Mrs. Mcfiroiv, Mrs. W. ().
Smith, Mrs. Tuniiey Peck, Mrs. Ou
llek, Mrs. O Uullck, Miss Uullck, Mrs.
Ilobdy, Mis. Thurston, Mrs. Plcrson,
Mrs. Henry Wnterhouso, Mrs. P. C.
Jones, Mrs. Stubbs, Irs. Wntcrhoiiie,
Mrs. K. w. .icrdan, Jlrs. wrlghtsou,
Mrs. Philip Wilghtson, Miss Hard-
anay, Mrs. IJtlwIu llnll, .Mrs. Archlo
Young, Mrs, Arthur lleig, Miss Fran
ces (llllet, Mrs. Mosca, Miss Campbell,
ami in tiers.
quarters, Pearl Harbor, by U. S. Na
lal Inspector Fenolon 13. Dowllng. Tlio
guests of honor wero Princess Knivn
nnunkon, Mrs. Tlninions, nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Leeds. Tho party enjoyed n de
lightful ride by moonlight, returning
to town In nutomoblles. Others pren
ent wcro Mr. Jack Atkinson. Mr. (loo.
Warren, .Mr. Matthew Uentoii, nnd Mr.
llrucu Cartwrlght, Jr.
Tho guests went up In carriages
and automobiles, nnd n icry pleasant
day wns spent nt tho Cllvo Dalles'
place. Those, present besides tho
guests ot honor wcro: Cnpt. nnd Mrs.
flees, Lieut, and Mrs. Sturgcs, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jnmlo Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Mnr
eel B. Corf. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrllo Wil
der. Miss Marlon Scott, Mrs. Lansing
Mlzuer, and .Mr. and Mrs. Hlchard
Mr nnd Mrs. S. A. Ilaldwin naio
Mr. and Mrs. II. Crlggs Holt are Int'okon ' cottage nt present ""iipled
is brewed to suit
the climate. That
is an important
thing for people lo remember uMio drink beer in the
tropics. Primo contains less than three per cent,
alcohol and is really a temperance beverage. It con
tains no preservatives and is guaranteed absolutely
If you are one of those who look upon beer as
an intoxicating beverage, and don't jlrink it for that
reason, you are simply denying yourself one of the
most healthful of all drinks. It will make you strong
In ordering beer always be sure to specify
a st ML IT Mi'hUi
JHw MM m W "tjr J tmiSi
TheJecr Thai's J3rewcd
lo ouit lnc C liniBje
S!Sg'giyl'?J:l7H1" J "
town, having arrlicd Tuesdny on tho
Manchuria from Yokohama,
Mr. W. II. Mclncrny will return to
Honolulu the first week In July.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcel IZ. Cerf woro
outgoing passengers on the Manchuria
returning to their homo in San Fran
cisco. Mrs. McCnllum, wlfo of Dr. McCnl
lum of Lcllehua, entertained most
charmingly at luncheon on Tuesday
In honor of Mrs. Wrlghtsou. Tho ta
bles woro very prettily decorated with
I flowers nnd foniB, nnd n, delicious re
past wns served, which was enjoyod
lur tiiinniv.fAiin itiinaia nil 111 Hint ffnm
UJ IIILIIlJ-iUlJI r),'V-DIDl H'Ull-D "llllll
tho camp at Lcllehua.
General nnd Mrs. Davis and family
aro moving from town this week to
their attractive summer homo up Tantalus.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hobliisnu nnd
two children arrived Monday on tho
Klnau from Kauai and departed for
San Francisco on tho Manchuria to
spend tho summer In the Knst with
their two sons.
Mr. Ernest Parker left Tuesday on
tho iMnnchurln for an Eastern trip.
Lieut, nnd Mrs. Philip (. Wrlghtson
have returned from their honeymoon
up Tantnlus, nnd aro tho guests of Dr.
nnd Mrs. Mcdrow.
Mr. Oliver 0. Lansing, who has
been visiting his parents, Mr. nml
MrB. Then. F. Lansing, departed on
Tuesday for San Francisco,
Cnmdr. Wm. II. Dunning. IT. 8. N
wife and daughter departed on tho
Manchuria after n brief but delightful
i Ml with Major nnd Mrs. Dunning at
Senator and Mrs. Falrchlld of Lthuo
will leavo In July for n Kuropenn trip.
They will tnko their llttlo daughter to
(iermany for tho best medical tront
inent. Mr. Falrchlld will return In No
vember, whllo Mrs. Falrchlld will re
main abroad with tho children Indefi
nitely, Limit, nnd Mrs. Philip 0. Wright
son and Mrs. Wrlghtson leant Mon
day on tho transport Logan for Lieut.
Wrlghlson's now posit of duty nt Fort
Last week 'Wednesday a delightful
J supper was gfu'ii at tho Naval head-
by Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Luwls up Nuuntiu
inllcy. and will occupy It on their re
turn from their wedding ttlp, which
they nro spending at Lnko 'Inlioo. .Mr.
and Mrs. livls" now homo up Jlanon
valley will soon bo ready ror occupancy.
An enjoyablo ilanco was given at
tho Moann Hotel Monday oienlng lu
honor of Iho officers (if tho U. S. S.
lluffnlo. The Itnynl Hawaiian Quin
tet (!lul furnished music for tho danc
ing, which was enjoyed by n largo
mimber'of tho Army and Navy people
stationed here, us well ns by tho hon
Mr. nml Mrs. Francis (lay of Kauai
camo down Sunday on tho Klnau to
see Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey llnbtnson off
for San Francisco. They nro Waiting
Judgo and Mrs., Hart ut Walklkl for
n few days.
Mr. (lustavo Schaefer has leased
MrB. Wood's cottage on Thurston me
miu nnd will occupy It with his bride,
when Mr. and .Mrs. Alfred Cnsllo movo
Into their new homo up Nituunu val
ley, Mr. Schaofer-und Miss filbbons
will bo mnrrlcd in tho early autumn.
Major and Mrs, Dunning gave n de
lightful picnic up Tantalus on Sun
day In honor of Comdr. unci Mrs. Wm.
1). Dunning, who departed on thu
Manchuria on Tuesday,
Judgo nnd Mrs. Lindsay haio taken
n houso on Prospect street, nnd ex
pect to occupy It nhout tlio 1st of July,
Mr. J. F. Hackfeld Is leaving today
on tho Chlyu Mnrit for n ttlp to -his
old homo In (lerinuny.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
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