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EVENINQ nm.LETIN. lIONOMJIiTT, T. It., MONDAY, ,TUt,Y 12, 1009.
A Few of the Many
Ladies' Black Voile Skirts
With silk drop skirt. A variety of styles; each one embodying a
distinct fcatmc; all prettily trimmid.
Ladies' Wash Skirts
White, Bordeaux Linen, Rep and Linen, All new styles. ,
Ladies' Silk Rain Coats
In plain and stripes, black, navy, brown, grey and tan very
In a large assortment. Collars' in lace and embroidered. Dainty
embroidered bows. Lace and embroidered Jabots and the new Chcmcs
cttcs so much in vogue.
Fine material and dainty patterns, 27 inches wide for children's
dresses, 45 inches wide for ladies' gowns.
. ' White and Blue by the yard.
Our new veils are prettier than ever, and the latest style is a much
larger veil than heretofore. CHIFFON VEILS in all of the latest colors
with broad white borders.
CHIFFON VEILS in all of the newest colors, with wide hem and
Persian border. Very swell.
We have some very nobby and exclusive styles in ladies Felt Hats,
New York style. Ask our Milliner to show you one of the Van Ness,
Rosalinda Fritzy or Vernon's. They are all new and up to date.
VALENCIENNCES LACES, TORCHON, CLUNY, BABY IRISH, in
edgings and insertions.
N. S. Sachs' Dry
Cor. Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Automobile and Carriage
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
Schuman Carriage C.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
HAVE -YOU EVER
The HYLO Lamp?
Union Elootrio Co.,
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Goods Co., Ltd.
Onij. Fire Station.
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions build up terraces.
P. M. POND
On Display at our Garage
100D MODEL "0" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAB.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
AND ' CHALMERS-DETROIT.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
man Coach Stallion,
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
"For 8ale" cardi at Bulletin.
Mrs. Wlllliim Whltlcmuic Low en
tertnlnod must delightfully nl tea
l-'ilday afternoon, for her lnotlicr,
.Mra. Parmoloe. Tlio house wan frag
rant wltli beautiful Itoucrs, masses of
goldenshower wcro eveiy whole, ami
llic (lining tnliln was especially beautl
fi'.'i Vlth n largo van- of ceiulslte !.i
Franco rei3es. Mr. Wlnslow, In an nl
tractive liiiHcrlo frock, cmbioidcrod
with lilun ribbons, iKiiiicil ton, while
Mrs. Moses Bcrwil Ices, Mrs. Moses"
gown of hiocndtd (Ink silk, trliuniecl
with beautiful lace, was especially nl-
tractive ami becoming. Mrs Low was
charming In .1 lovely ecru I. ice gown,
made Dlrectolro with Dresden panels
ntnl ribbons. Her motlier wuh becom
ingly dressed In n handsome black
lace gown. The ladles of tliu Marine
Corps assisted in looking after tlio
wclfaru of tliu guests. Thoso present
were: Mis. I'rour, Mrs, Mi-diew, Mr.
Dillingham, Mrs. Sehacfer, Mrs. Toeke,
Mrs. Tenney Peck, Mrs. (leiilt Wilder.
Mrs, Dunning, Mrs. IU-es, Mrs. Charlie
Wilder, Mrs. Arthur Hoik. Mis. Arch
ill jil A. Young, Mrs. (IcorKu D.ivles,
.Miss Illrney, Mrs. Church, Mrs. l-'ors-
ler, Mrs, King, Mrs. Sopor. Miss Sop.
er, Mrs. O.it, Mrs. Ushuiirno, Mrs. A.
.1. Campbell, .Mrs.. William Whitney,
Mrs. (loorgu Meade and Ihieu guests,
Mrs. C. W. Cure- Deerlng. .Mrs. Wat
son, Mrs. Krnest Wutorhousc, Mrs.
Dougherty, Mrs. McStocker. Miss
Sehacfer, nnd others.
Mrs, Francis (lay of Kauai, Issued
Invitations to n (taiden Party tit the
homo of Judge Hart tit Walklkl, Thurs
day nlternoou, In honor of her sister,
Mrs, Charles Klstun. On lug lo the In
clement weather the guests woro en
tertained In the houro and the idea of
n lawn party was abandoned. The
many beautiful p.ilulings of Hawaiian
scenes on this and the other Inlands
In Judge Hail's drnwlng-rooni, ns well
us an excellent portrait of the hostess,
Mrs. (lay, were, noted nnd admired by
the guests. The gay trvno In the
drawlngroom had u most attractive
background 111 11 lovely low of the
sliluiincring I1I110 tea, at tliu tear,
glimpses of which delighted the c)e,
us viewed through 11 mass of palm
leaves nnd hanging baskets arranged
on thu makal. launl. Hefreshtneiits
were boned, Mrs. Ernest lloss pouring
coffcu at 11 sen lug table which was
attractUcly set out. The Hawaiian
singing boys ndded to thu entertain
ment of tho guests, among whom wcro
noticed: Governor unit Mrs. I'rear and
their three guests (the Misses Murln,
Hauling nnd Dewey), Captain ami
Mrs. Ilees, Captain and Mis, Moseyi,
Mrs. Mcdrow, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Ton-noy-Pcck.
Mrs. Oarlley, Mr. Aitliur
Mackintosh, Mr. and .Mrs. A. Lewis,
Jr.. Mrs. Montague Cooke. Mies JJLila
Ithodes, Mrs. (ii-orgo Davles. Mis. Al
bert Waterhouse. tho Misses Kopke.
Mis. Hany von Holt, Mr. mid Mrs.
Chas. Wilder, Mrs. Mott-Smlth. Mrs,
Chas. WelRhl, .Miss Paly and Mrs, Fax
llx-Cov. Cleghorn entertained at
I Iieon .Satuiilay tho 3nl at "Alua-
hau" for Captain (Heaves of the
cruiser St. Louis. Tho beautiful
home of former (lowrnor Clcghorn
Is always attractive, hut the grounds
aro especially beautiful Just now
when so many IiIosmhus arc shed
ding thole fragrance everywhere. A
ollghtful time was eiijojeil by thu
illowlng guests: Captain (Heaves.
Mr. Itouahl Pnlou, Mr. C. W. Case
Deerlng, Col, Hawes and Capt.
Mrs, (Jreen, wife of Dr. (Ireen, the
eminent lecturer of Chicago, who has
been confined to Hie hospital since her
roiious utiiomobllo accident 011 the
llaekfelil wiiarf, Joined her husband
at tho Young Hotel during last week.
Dr. nnd Mis. (Ireeu resumed (heir
Journey liomuwanl by tliu Tenyu Maru
Miss Jro10 Fisher gavp n dainty
luncheon 011 .Thursday for the
) oiingcr hot of glriB, hovcrnl of
whom hnvo only recently leturned to
Honolulu. Those present wcro tho
Misses Allen Cook, Harriot Hatch,
Beatrice Castle, Vera Damon, Alice
lledt'inau, Dorothy Wooster and
Tlio marriage of Miss Wnluihnuso.
daughter of Mrs. 12. Tl. Watei house, to
Mr. Charles Wilcox of Kauai, was
very quietly celebrated at tho Water
house, reslilcnco on Vlllu btieel on
Monday ovonlng. Tho houo waa beau
llfully decoiated for the occasion, and
tho wedding was 0110 of the pi'cltlust
of thu season. Tim iillrarflvn" I11I1I1
was gowned In n lovely white satin
dress. She was nlteiided by her sis
ler, Ml-u Klennnr Wnterhiiuso, ah
brlderniald. Four protty llttlo Hotter
gills, and three little pages, nieces and
nephews of tlio hrldo, mnde u chaini
lug addition to the bridal parly. After
tlie eciemony a small locoptlon wns
held for the Immediate, relatives nnd
Intimate friends of the hrldo ami
gloom. Air. nnd .Mrs. Wilcox aro en
joying a delightful honeymoon on the
slopes of Tantalus
Mrs. Cllflord Kimball mid Mrs. It. (I.
K. Korstor. wife of the Ilrlllsh Consul, f Unwallau nobility, died nt the Sana
left In the Kln-iii Tuesday for a visit lo'torluni last evening, her case proving
Mrs. Kimball's sister, Mrs. Charles more serious than was anticipated
Hire, on Knual. Mrs. Kimball wMrs. Kahea was a survivor of a line
spend n month on Harden Isle.i"' r"Jnl acesl,,r -"cU"l with lie
,, .,. ,, , , , 1 story of the Ktuiie nunc in ilynast
Mrs l-ors.er teturi.lag to Honolulu In , w llaUR,lU.r ot ,lgh Chief
a fortnlglit. , KaMml,
I' The deceased was n sister of I Inn
Covernor and Mis. Freir hae been Fred K. Heckle), who was the inonar-
entertaining as Ihelr house guests dur- ihlal governor or Hie Island of Kauai
lug the week thu Misses Moiln, Hard- l""lcr KlnK ':il"!i" ''. lllc,l!1"1l1 "'
fi mil Chicago, who accompanied Mrs.
flenrgo It. Meade to the Islands for n
An nppierl.itlve trudlenre. repro
hotitatlvo of Honolulu Kii-lety, gnth
( rod in the ball room of the Alcxun-
x... 11. t 1 ..., . t
ler Voung Hotel Ihnrsday evening
(11 hear Mr. .Marshall Darrarh's ren
dltlon of "The Moirhaui of Vonlie."
On Monday evening Consul nnd
Sits. Foster entertained at tho Ilrll
lsh Consulate on King street. Tho
guests were Mnd.uno Filgiie, Mrs.
Clifford Kimball, Mile. C.ras, ex-(lov.
Clcghoin, and Mr. David Anderson.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Tenney-Peck enter
tained for Professor nnd Mrs Moado
and Ihelr guests, the Misses Mai In,
Harding nnd Duwey, at a delightful pie
nle. last Monday, at the Peninsula.
Mrs. Paunelee, of New Haven, Conn.,
arrived in town on tliu Manchuria,
to visit her daughter, Mrs. William W.
Low, wlfo of Captain Low of thu Ma
llrlgadlcr (icucrnl Murray, with
l.ls wife nnd two daughters, arrived
In the Mongolia from the Philippines
and arc guests at thp.Monna Hotel..
Judge and Mrs. Sidney Halloa en
tertained nt dinner on Monday eve
njiig for Miss Carpenter, Sir. W. (I,
Irwin and Mr. J.analng Wlzner..
Miss Alice Hedemnn gave nu at
tractive afternoon tea Friday for
tho younger tot, of whom there were
thirty-six girls present.
Miss Klsa Sehacfer returned from
tho Orient on Tuesday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. It. Castle and Miss Iloatrlco.
Mr. nnd Mis. Fnxon lllshop have
returned from Wallflki to their Nu
u a mi Valley residence.
Kx (Jovernor (ieorgo It, Carter gavo
a pol supper Friday In honor of
Dr. (Iieen of Chicago.
MOLQKAI PEOPLE ARE
INNEED OF AID
The people who were on (he Ill-fated
Italiibtw ociirslou aio destitute.
Among these aro tho seventeen who
swum llirtu miles to tliu shore. Hov.
II. P. .ludd has written lo Honolulu
mid Hov, Mr. Oleson lias, sent out the
Later Information which has been
recclu-d Irom Molokal confirms the
urgent need of tho stifTorcrs by the le
cent wreck of the llii'uliow. Tliu forty-eight
survlvois lost nil rttolr best
clothing and over three hundred dol
lars In money, and aro In exliemo need
of Immediate aid. It Is hoped thai a
gcneious contribution of clothing may
ho sent to Molokal by touioi row's
stemjicr. Hut generous gifts of money
md clothing will need to ho made to
day In order In nccotnplltdi llils. Fur
ther Information In detail will be glad
ly furnished by rnlllng up 'telephone
1110; ami contributions or money and
of clotlilnx may bo left wltli mo at tho
corner of Alakea and Merchant streets.
Piompt response to (Ills appeal will
tellevo homo very iiiifoituimto hut wor
MORE PINES TO SEATTLE.
Visitors nt thu Sealllo Kxposlllon
aio so faeluated wltli the Hawaiian
pines that five hundred ensea of canned
pineapples v.-eie loaded Into the Mat
on liner II) idea by tlio Hnwnll Pro
motion Committee .before she hailed
for the mainland. This shipment Is
Intended in supply tho meat iiounnd
ol visitor., on the imiosIIIoii grounds
snd particularly In the Hawaii build
Ilesldes Ihe pines, several olbei Mil
inble articles weio forwarded by tlio
committee A fllto exhibit of walking
canes, main of koa and inllo. were
- nlso sent to (ho Seattle 1'alr,
Maria Beckley Kahea
Of Royal Hawaiian
Family No More
Hii-ildo lo survive the shock of ope
ration for cancer of the stomach. Mrs
Unrh lli.rklxv Kahea a doscelidotit
HIS lieillll. IIIS h'MI in I it'll . in,n
ley, 0110 tlmo speaker of the House ol
Ilepresent.itlves and at present Hawa
Man Interpreter In the Clienlt Court.
Another brother Is (leorge C. Hockley,
capitalist and for years the purser of
thu Inter-lsluud steamer Kluau. Mrs.
Iviitn!i Iiau for severnl nrs been the
'keeper of the lloyal Mautolenin and
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IKIWIIIKIS III .tllll.lllll lilllt-J. 1111- H-
'.i0 r , r ,i, i.-.i,.i,.,
dynasty repose theie in n toinh, nnd
thorc of tho Kalakau.i djn-isty In tlio
Imposing luaiiMilciiin stru-iatc. Her
name. Kuhaawelanl slgnllles "carry
lug the liiavcnly one." Iiccanso of the
fact that her grandfather carried Kn
niehatneli.i's bones to their secret rest
ing plnco. Phe was one of tho ladies
of Queen Kuplolanl's court.
Surviving Mrs. Kahea, who was
aboiil sixty-four years of nge, are her
husband ami five living children, who
Include Mrs. Carl Mncrtcus and Leon
Idas Hockley, and her brother, George
The funeral will lake plnco nt I
o'clock this nftornooii fioiu iln liumnii
Catholic cathedral, the Interiii -ai to be
In thu Nuuaiiii cemcter).
DOWN TO NATURE.
The management of the Park Theat
er, 1 ort Ik low lleiotaiila avonue. has
gone down to natme and seemed olio
of ttho most sensational pletuios eer
shonn hero and without a trace of tin
turn faking. Tho feature picture will
show Jack Abernathy and ex-llandlt
J linings cnlchliig wolves allv'o and
tlelng thein. Old lobii Is one of the
fleicest of animals on the pl-)lni ami
to take him by thrusting 11 hamLJujo
thu mouth of tho animal nnd pinning
him so be cannot blto Is nu extraordin
ary feat, So perfect Is tho act that
when Hoofcvelt was President ho had
Abernathy rail at thu White llouso and
give an exhibition. So pleased wns
he with wiiat ho saw that tho treat
was glen the following night with
ladles of the cabinet present. Aber
nathy Is 11 Hulled States 111.1rsh.1l In
Oklauiolia and Jennings, who unco
amused himself holding up I rains, Is 11
deputy, both of tho men having been
iippolnlod by lloosevelt Thuru will bo
a number of other good views tonight
nnd 11 lino musical piogram. Thu Mel-
noileo sisters will sing "(Ice, what a
Public band concert Ihlswivcnlng al
I an 0VI11.-K at Ihnma Square, l-'olltiw
lug Is the program:
Maieh- The Muii ffeiiliid the (Inn i.
Overture Tho North Star. Meyerbeer
Itallad i:cilmtlng Day Ilevan
Itcmliilsccnccs of Meyerbeer.. Hodfre)
Selection Tlio Messenger Hoy ....
liilerniuwii Aiulnii MiikuJ
Waltb Tho Merry Widow .... Leliar
Pilule-The Merry Widow .. . U-har
Tho Star Spangled llaniier.
PIG WITH EYE DISEASE CAUGHT.
A drop of witness upon a virtuous.
I dry Sabbath day was tho cause of
Sam Homaiio ruiinlin; uruiil of .euglo
eed Liquor luscrtor l-'eijiiell yester
day. Sam, who furthermore pays no
license, habitually runs ii pig with bad
eveslght la the Ash Ilstilct ami
saw no reason for closing up on Hun
day moro than any other day. Vn-
nH Inspector, therefore), was iblo to
purchase about llireo Jags, bottled.
nnd wns slmmlng one and holding tho
oilier two miller his nrm when Keiiuell
slum oil up on tho spot nnd Investi
Bulletin Bunincss Office Phone 250
bulletin Editorial Room PhoniV 185.
I am offering you a new large
house with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing, and lot
4080 sq. feet- right iu town, for only
$1,100. Vcrv cheap. Raic bargain,
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chance.
P. E. K Strauch
Wnity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
Sixty, wars ngo physicians first
used Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral, anil
ever sinco ll.en it has been tho
standard cough remedy all over tho
world. Thousands of .families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, nnd America,
keep a bottlo of it in tho housts
ready for an emergency.
controls tho spasmodic efforts of
coughin&rclievcs the congestion in
tho throat, quiets tho inflammation
in tho bronchial tubes, nnd prevents
tho lungs from becoming involved.
There aro many substitutes and
imitations. l!o suro you gel Aycr's
Cherry I'ectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poison of any hind.
Put up in largo nnd small bottles.
rnsinJ k, Dr. 1, C.T,ir I C.,"l.. Mm , U S A.
TO TM NEW JOB
Many ftlends of Charles II Kluegel
will regrel to hear lint he Is to leave
the Deinr.tne.it of Public WoiUr. He
was In charge of the department dur
ing tile absence of Siieiliiletident
Campbell, nnd' bus piowd himself a
very capable eetutle Ml Kluegel
has accepted a position ns engineer ill
charge of the new extension of the
llllo railroad to llak.ilau.
Considerable surprise has been ex
piessed iplatlve to Mi. Kluegel leav
ing tho department. Tor it wns thought
he would take charge or the construe
Hon of the Kula pipe line after the or
galilzntlou of the Dep.ntmint of Public
Works, the Surviv and Land Hepiri
incuts. Mr. Kluegel will assume bi
llow position at once, lie v.is forne r
1) emplo)eil b thu Oahii Hnllna) and
Land Company, also the llllo Hall
way Company, and him had wide ex
perience In Hut class of ork he will
take Hp with the railroad compati)
A POST OFFICE
I'or the second time In n enr nnd a
half, tho Wnhlawu postotllce suffeud
lobbery Friday, tho robber csojplnc
this time, whereas last time he had hi--caieer
cut short with :i bullet upon
emerging. The robber took the con
teals of tho cash drawer after prying
open the window with a "Jimmy." but
i corned tho stamps us things liable to
gel him into trouble. The robbery was
ilbcovorod lij Knrsteli Client, the clerk,
the next morning, who reported It to
Ihistuiastei 1 (I. Kellogg
Nearl (1000 bags of drove Harm an 1
rnnainaiilii sugar were brought In )es
tjnlay on the steamtr W. (5. Hall
llirsor Clriiiey reports rough vw-alicr
on the homeward trip.
The Tonic that Builds
& Co., Ltd.
notel and Fort Streets.
Hour 5 Minutes
Cost for Fuel
With n gas stove in tlie
kitchen the following was
cooked for ten cents and
cooked with a flavor that ex
eels. For four persons
Five-pound Lcc of Lamb,
One Tin Stewed Corn,
One Fan Biscuits.
All ACTUAL TEST MADE
BY A HONOLULU LADY.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BDDO.
Miss May Johnson
has acquired the city agency of the
Citizen Labor Sanitary
which she will conduct nt her Curio
Store on Hotel ttrect, near Union
street, in Honolulu. Phone 169,
Prices reasonable. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Work left before 8:30
a. m. can be returned same day by
New stock just in.
OAT & M0SSMAN,
view. 200 sub.
j e c t s. Tapas
M at s , Fens
Skirts, Fibres for Weaving. Hawa
iian & South Seas Curio Co. Young
Building. (Bishop St., under Elec
Bcston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead
2S loaves of bread for $1.00.
1120 Fort St. Phone 197.
.. Golf at
If Morris were on this sphere he
would confirm the statement tliat
links at Halciwa offer greatest pleas
ures. CLIFFORD K. KIMBALL,
Tei ritorial Board of
Office 403 Stancewald Bldg.
For vacation reading.
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
arc the shoes that prove.
REGAL SHOE STORE.
King & Bethel.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 160 Bere-
I Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
p.m.. 7:30 to 8:30 n. m.
Telephone Office 24 ; Residence 14G0
FOUR AND A HALF PER CENT
inteiest paid on
BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
Surplus and Capital . . .$1,000,000.
JJjr DULLCTIN ADS PAY 'm
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