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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUHDAY, AUO. 21, 1009.
BIO REDUCTION SALE OF
QN MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23rd, we sljall begin a Special Millinery Sale. ALL TRIMMED
HATS will be sold at SWEEPING REDUCTIONS none reserved. . This is to make room for
our FALL MILLINERY line now on the way.
Sale Lasts Only a. Pew Days
N. S. SACHS
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
GOODS CO., LTD.
Opposite Fire Station
and cntcrtnlned by rest-, heir to four mllll6ns. When ho pot
4- H 4. 4.
Somo roota of tnro, ground In olden style,
Some leaf-wrapped viands to hot enrth awhllo
Entrusted by the Mayor's master hand
Ah luau! Thou couldst lure me many a mile!
Oh Automobile wo have feared so long!
Oft nipping us without a warning gong;
An ordlnanco doth sternly now declare
Joy rides and carelessness a grcvlous wrong.
Said T. n. "Nature fakirs I shuli make
Heform their ways, or ero I wll 1 forsako
The hunt for birds and beasts In natlvo wilds.
There'll be but little nature le ft to fake.
Tariff revision, sought by many folk,
ltecelvcd In Congress Buch a skyward poke,
. The smaH consumer can but sit and think,
And wonder why on earth ho ever spo'ko.
Society, I fain would thee forswear,
Since Sunday's paper states that I did wear,
"A Paris gown of (0$H'(!' '!'' G!H(C0?
With ('!).' XZ.' CCCG'tlllff In her hair."
ELIENK KINI.BY THAYER.
DKUQIITPUL series of enter- Institutions, military nnxta ntv rrn
talnmcnls Is being planned for ceptlon at Governor's In afternnon.-
thC Congressional PnrtV Ihn Ilnml rnnrcr, nn.l i1nnA !,..... 1.
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program being now fully com- evening.
pieieu. '1 he Congressmen and Wednesday, September 1. Visit
their wives are duo to arrlvo Pearl Harbor, Lellehun camp and pine-
Monday August 30th and will depart upplo plantations'. Lunch, rovlew und
Friday, September 17th on tho Mon- polo game at Lcllehua.
golla. Tho plans for their entertain- Thursday. September 2. Automo-
ment Include n trip to Kauai, with bile rlclo around Island via Pall and
automobile rides to tho nrlneln.il Hnlelwa. Rnnd eonrert nmt ,i ...-.. n.
SI points of Interest on tho Island, a Jour, Seaside.
A ney 10 me volcano anu mo scenic Friday, September 3. Luau given
ff places on Hawaii, and a trio to Maul bv .Mnvnr tvm vi.it m.h ...-
has also been arranged. Tho Itinerary eum.
on pahu Includes balls nt tho Young.) Saturday, September 4. Band, con
aionna ami boasldo hotels, a reception cort and danco Aloxnnder Young ho-
by Governor Frcar, a dinner at tho
Ynnne Ilntd Rnntnnilwp iKth l... it...
IF Chamber of Commereo, and a garden
iiunjr mr mo congressmen anu 1110
officers of tho Pacific fleet by Captain
Tfnna Fit Ihn NT turn 1 Ctnllnn . Un. ....
.i.bu w. ..au tiuiui UIUIIU14 Ui OUJHtTIll
m uur itui. uuBiacs ineso entertain-' inose wno cicjlre to bco llio wlntl'vuril
P' HlOntS. thG rnmilllttPn will nunnrt Mini frfrln nt Ihn luTnti.l l... .. in. .
VlRlffim (O thn TllcTinn Mllonntn nn.l I Tfntlfllnf iIiam . ..... .. .
.. .f. ihn Amm vliim nt .1 nn.fn..l,k.ll.. il 1 nmt ( t Tt..l.i 11 ...
. iMuiiuiU uiim umiuuuit-'ui uiiyniivi, i, nuuuici inn party wiv nroaK
i UrtM ha flrlvan In Ihn Dnll n .t ... .... . i tnat nl.nn it. i-
Sunday, September 5. Sail
Kntial on Mauna Kca In evening.
Monday, September C. Arrlvo v.
wlllwlll at daybreak Kauai reception
comniltteo meet steamer und ei-cort
those who dealro to see tho wind'vunl
will be driven to Iho Pall, to vlow one
of the most magnificent panoramas in
tho wholo Hawaiian group. Tho com-
nletn nrnfrrnm fnllnwn
Monday, August 30 Party arrives
from San Francisco. Surf riding In
- afternoon. Committeemen and band
on steamer to meet party.
Tuesday, August 31. Vlolt public
I Skin of Beauty is a Jay Forevet
Jt. T. FELIX OOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
-' MEjH OX MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
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inl tttrr bttmUa
fltfe detKllon. It
but uumI lb ten
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u bo hurrxltm hi
lst It u bfiurt I
Is proixrly ntil
frit or .lo.lm
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Sarrt m:4 to t
Uuff of tot but
ton ( ttlfuti:
MAi rou U4l.
Will (! II
' 1 x Ftoumnifoo
'flnm'i Cr'M ! !; bwmftil of oil U.
llaiwuilaM.A KnrHbTUdrtlt ijil Koxcr
OeZit Dniut In tb Dslitd BIMm, CwiuU ud Banpt
rQM.T.IWUIS, tttt V ftal i:m I'M lor TV
fast aboard tho steamer. Th'nco by
tvaincr to waimea. Land ami lunch
at Mr, day's. From Walmca to l.llmo
Ly automobile. Supper and reception
at Llhue. Sail for Honolulu f'oni Na
wlllwlll. Tuesday, September 7. Salt by
Mauna Kea at 12 noon for Hawaii.
Wednesday, September 8..rrlvo In
Hllo In morning, Thoso whu desire.
loavo steamer at Mahukona aid tako
automobiles through Kohala to Wal
mca. Start early Thursday foi Kit
kulhaelo and vlow Wnlplo val'ey and
Hamakua ditch, then through to Hllo
Thursday evening. This will gVo
those who aro Interested or conrerncrl
with reclamation a good opportunity
to Beo what wo aro doing, and alao to
seo tho Kohala, Ahuloa and Wnlinca
liomestcnds., A sub-eonimltteo Ik now
seeing If It 1m posslblo to mtludo a
visit to Kona In Itinerary.
Thursday. September ft. Vlnlr vol
enno, otc. This would not npply to
tlioso landing at Mahukona, who would
probably visit tho Volcano on Friday
September 10. '
rnnay, September 10 noli. i
Hllo. itecoptlon In evening. Party
Saturday, September 11. Inspect
breakwater. Excursion to Puna.
Auto rides, etc. 11 ,, in., sail for
Sunday, September 12. Arrlvo nt
liana at daybreak. Entire party land
and go to Anderson's nt Nahlku and
return to liana If necessary, but If
possible steamer to tako ail on to Na
hlku. Thoso who deslro to rldo may
return along tho Koolnu ditch to Ma
kawao to sec tho ditch country, tho
others to go on to Kahulul to be dis
tributed and entertained by the resi
dents of Puuncno, Pala, lnmaku.ipoko
Monday, September 13. Such as de
slro to visit Hnlcakala, othciH go to
Iao Valley Itecoptlon at V.'alluku at
4 p. m., then takq automobiles for La
halna and steamer for Honolulu.
Tuesday, September 14. Arrlvo at
Honolulu. Rest. Surfrldlng In after
noon. Wednesday, September 15. Visit
(chools. Reception and danco nt
Young Hotel In evening.
Thursday, September 1C Farowcll
reception by Delegate Kalantanaolo.
Friday September 17. Sail on Mon
golia for San Francisco.
"Tho sea," said Clydo Fitch, "hns
an Intoxicating effect on tho hoar:.
Lovo nffulrs conducted on shipboard
or on tho beach aro not to bo very
passionate, also very transitory.
"Hcnco, whether at sea or nt tho
ehoro, when I hear of somo engage
ment that seems ill-advised, I con
solo myself with tho story of Charllo
and his aunt.
"Charllo was a dashing collego boy.
He had threo motors, and ho was
engaged nt Ilnyhenil to a penniless
urtlst's daughter, his aunt was very
" 'Charllo,' she said, 'I can't pretend
to bo pleased with your engagement.
Quito tho contrary, In fact. I'm sure
tdio wouldq'tMiiakc n guod wife.'
"'Oh; I'm 'euro sho wouldn't, too,'
Charllo heartily agreed. 'Hut yon'vo
no Idea, n,unt, how perfectly dctlcluus
rho Is asa flnncee.' ""Detroit Frco
On Wednesday afternoon, August 11.
a very pretty wedding took plaro nt
tho .Koniudls. Mrs. Dora von Temp
sky's MatfctVso rtstduuee, when Mr.
Henry E. Savago wns married to Miss
W. M.TSiitlon.'' Thobrldo was given
away by M. Aloxnnder McKlbblu and
wns nttended by Miss Alcxa von Temp
sky as bridesmaid, with two tweet lit
tle girls, the Misses Aiken and While.
Tho groom was supported by Mr.
Steele of Hnmakuapoko. 'Among ikoso
present wcro tho Hon. and Mrs. H P.
llaldwln, Mrs. Dowsett. Mr. A. McKIIh
bln, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Baldwin, Mrs.
L. von Tompsky, Miss Arniln von
Tcmpsky. Miss Alcxa von Tompsky.
Miss Helen Spautiling, Mr. Henry
I'oguc, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Thomson,
Mr. and Mrs. White, Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. Aiken, Miss Woods. Miss Ander
fcon. Miss Hi'iisncr, Miss Loy, Mr.
Stcelo, Mr. II. von Tompsky. Maul
An engagement that has been rum
ored for many weeks, after tho usual
in n im er of engagements, was an
nounced yesterday, and tho friends of
Theodora Worcs, the well known nil
1st, had an opportunity of cnngratulnt
Ing him upon his betrothnl to Miss
Cnrrio Iluuer. Worcs Is a member of
tho nohcmliin club and has n wide ac
quaintance hero and abroad, iih much
of his time has been parsed In Europo
umililR reputation as nn artist exlcnd.i '
to the art centers nhrnad. He Is fam-j
oiio for his fine Japanese pictures nnd
hns traveled a great deal In tho Orient.
Miss Iluuer Is the daughter of Mrs.1
Caroline Ilnuer mid n sister of Chris
llauer alul Captain Oeorgo Hauer, nav-
al mllltla. She has many friends hero
who will bo Interested In.tho npprotch
ing wedding, but the '.date for that
event Is- not yet nnn'ou'nced. Call.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo A. Pope have
Insucd luvltutltina for n young pcop'o'tt
dance, which they will give In honor'
of MIhh Ethel Crackpl- oq'.tho evening
of August 17th In ICdgecourJ, their
Durllugnmo homo. Tho guests will In
clude tho dancing set which had such
n good time nt tho Eyre danco. This
samo group of friends will bo enter
tained at a dancing party on flic even
ing of tho Uth by Mrs. .1. A. Folgcr
and again by Mrs. Arthur Pago, whoso
daughter, Miss Dorothy, will Hoon'bo
a debutante. Mrs. William II. Crock
er will follow on tho list of hostesses,
when her dance comes off for her
daughter, Miss Ethel Crocker, In tho
very near future. Examiner.
Civil Engineer Parks. U. S. N., nnd
Mrs. Parks entcrfalnpd nt dinner Frl
day evening of last week, in honor of
Miss Dorothy Smnllwood, of Washing
ton, D. C, a guest of Mrs. Win. Hop
per, who camo hero to bo bridesmaid
nt tho recent mnrrlngu of Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Livingstone. Tho dining tubln
was made nftrnctlve' with masses of
American lleauty roseB and tho guests
found their places at tho table by
.means of dainty curds rcprcBenllng Ha
waiian M-cnuii. lie Ides tho guowt of
honor, there won- present: Miss Hoso
McClcllau, .Miss Jo'cphlnc Meridian.
Miss Frear, l.ieut. Qiu'krnleyer . S.
A., and Atslslnnt Civil Euslnt-er. Uur
roll, U. S. N. ! .
Even If onn tloon ti'it ciro for sei
bathing, It Is Interesting to sltln ii
Fhndy corner neir the beach ' and
watch tho ninny Inthors nt they frolic
In the surf these warm nfteriinims.
The bath huuri's tit nil the hotels .on
tho bench aro well tutronlrcd nnd tho
private residence:! have merry llttlu
--ii nimct dnllv who aro luvitoil
for a dip In tho surf, and a cup of te-i
nftcUvnnlx. Tito tide pins high In tli
!ifl','iiiooiii und inai v of tie iiin'lhliilH
nro becoming qulto e.vpcr' w,..' tho
turf board and scores tif Ih m may
b3 teen dally tiding tho waves almost
as e.inlly ns a naliVc and npp-it'outly
rmllng tho sKirt ns ovhlljratlng an
tho Ilawnllnha do.
Dr. lieujiuiln P. Ilrodlc u iir"uliiviit
I liysk'l:iu iiii.I surgeiui of Mlt-hlgan,
extensively enlortalni'd during IiIh
brief vlH'.t In Honolulu. Ilu took n
ilepp Interest In modlcal clrcbs. ns
well iih soen end enliiyed very much
a visit to the hospital nt Fort Shufter
on Weilnudny, Mujor Wadhams act
ing ns escort.
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THE PANAMA CANAL
By Vaughan Cornish
Member Royal Geographical and Chemical Societies,
i London '
A compact, comprehensive, and im
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Alexander Young- Bid p.
Mrs; Schne'drr, Who Undertakes .
1,200 Miles Walk In 45 Days
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Mrs, H, c Schneider, a pretty young woman residing In St. I.011IH.
has iinnoiinccd Hint she will attempt to win some of the laurels of Ktl
ward Pnyson Weston by walking from St. I.ouls to lloston. Mrs. Schnei
der has n local reputation ns n pedestrian, but has never attempted so
long a walk before. Sho hopes to make the Journey In forty-flvo dalys.
As the dlstnnro Is somothng innro than 1,200 miles, sho will huvo to
rover moro than twonty-flvo miles audi day to ncrnmpllxh tho feat. Mrs.
Schneider started on her long walk nn July 28. Sho hnd been In train
ing for severn weeks nnd derlnres that sho will be nblo to rompleto tho
task IiikIiIii of the irheiluln she has laid down.
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