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KVttXlKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATt'UDAV, OCT 30, 1900,
On Monday Morning, Nov. ist, at 8 o'clock
We begin Our Ten Days'
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This is no monthly event No waste of printer's ink.
No attempt all misleading.
Rut a Genuine Salc,vith Big Reduction in every line in stock, excepting only ''Madame Irene Corsets" and Spool Thread. Six months ago
we proved to the good people of Honolulu wc meant business when we announced a rale. We cleaned all our old stock. Our i o days
Sale, beginning on Monday, is an offering of Brand New Merchandise, selected carefully by people who know how.
Waists and Rea'dy-to-Wear Apparel for Women andChildren will be offered upstairs during the Sale.
Every item on offer bears our guarantee-
Money Cheerfully Refunded On All Goods That May Not Be To The Entire Satisfaction Of
The Customer. It Will Pay Well To Attend This Sale.
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Mrs. Samuel Wilder's Luncheon. I Olson wbb nslBtcd In ciilertalulng t(io
TI10 bcnutliul luiiiio of Mrs. Sam- little guests l)y licV lister. Miss Wlqk
110! Wilder was tho scone of n cry ; ttrum nml Mm. Hubdy. Among the
pmtry gathering, when this society guests present wire tho Mlssos lllon
lii'.liou entertained n tlunchcon Wed-, nor lllhsel, Kllzaheth lli'hly. Until an I
nctulay In honor of Mrs. Hcrniiia Kleanor Uartlcy, Winifred Drown
IVclcp, who has recently returned I.oulso i:iniu;er. I.milsu Gin In. Katlo
fi 0111 lliu ope. Tho tnblo was a mass ( Slnslehurht. Dorothy Potorton. Mlr
of Bwcct scented cut flowcis; many , li'"i Peterson, liornlco llnlstcad, Mil
elabornto frocks wero worn, and n , ,lu"l Chapin, (llalys II.iUte,d. Ollvo
nunilicr of hnndsomo women wcro , Iay. Katherl.w Atliley. Janett 8hari),
present; nmong thooo who enjoyed Margaret Tliurslo.i, Ramona Morgin
this charming hostesses' hospitality Knllic-rlno Wnk", Hanmona Marks
weio Mis. Herman Pocko, Mrs. Ar- Hcitiuiin lllito, Allcu Hoogs, II. llur
thur lliown, Miss Muigarct Walker. , notto an I Clnrlolto lll.iko.
Mrs. Kleb.ihn, Mis. Stiickablo, Mrs.
Charles Wight ami Mrs. AtldiiKJii.
The Arthur Wall's Dinner.
Mr. and .Mis. Arthur Wall ecle
Inatcd their mnrrlago anniversary
Thursday evening, liy inviting a few
iutlmatu friends to dinner at their
home, "Haleola" which means whcio n ilcllclnua supper was served.
"Houso of heath." Tho table was nr- Thitu prcsfiit werti Dr. and Mrs.
tlbtlrally done In pink, after dlnnpr Kieur, Mls 0!e:i 1. Miss Pony. .Miss
urn uvuiung was utuimi 10 euros. i.irsons. M'm jaig"r jwh 1 Igloy,
Juc"o Pcrr'j Rldlnfl Party.
".Judge Perry jjivu n very plcabanl
moonlight tiding pnity Tuesday uven
li.g to ii numlnr of filends. Tho par
ti lodo to ValklHI, and fiom thoio to
Mo.imlin. On thel- return they woio
Invited to stop at tho Jjdgo's houso
Thuto piesent were Mr. mid Mrs.
Hubert l.ewers, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Wall, Mr. and Mrs. James Dougherty
mid Mr. and Mis. Charles Weight.
Tho HcHlnirnl ! dinner, K ven HI-
JudBO Pcrr), Dr. Cuso, Mr. Kdu'.inls
end Mr. P.oblnnri.
f.!rt. Frederick Klamp's luncheon.
Mis, l'mUrlK klamp gavo an In
lurinal linclwoa 1'rld.iy. Tho tnlil-j
was CMpilsllel) decorated In yellow
day uenlng at ScliofloM lliu racks, plumed cliryeaatlvtimnis. After lunch
was most biiccefesrul. TIicro functlon.i ron tho :i.isn:bln:? gsiuo of brldgo was
nro given ouco I novory thrca inoiiths. enjoyed. Thoto pre-Bcnt wcru Jlrs.
They aro distinctly stag affairs. aid Klamp, Mm. Charles Iliyant Cooper,
nro presided nwr by Col. Hehuyler. Mis, Dralneid i Smith, Mis. Holin
During tho dinner Krltay, the oiches- Noonan, Mrs. IMdy Jones, Mrs. Iix.
tra, belonging to tho Glh Caalry Ion and Mrj. Ilobly.
plajed. Muny brilliant liersoui' waroj
liosent mid the toasts, sonss and con-1 fJoiernar nnd Mrs. Hoar will hold
M'mitlon ero lUtened to wttli iiiiipIi tliclr muil monthly reception at their
enthusiasm. Captain Corwln Rees, homo "Aicadla," noxt Monday after
commandant of tho Naval Station, was "nnn fiom 1 to 0, when they will Im
onu of tho guests of honor. Kind to mm both residents and Strang-
crs. M,lss lllaneliurd will receive with
Thursday nrtornoon Mrs. C. II. 01- Mrs. Krear Mrs. C. n. Cooper and
con entortalned at n swimming parly Mis, IT, K. Wlnslow will presldo In
In honor of llttlo Miss nieannr Illsspl, tho tea loom. OtlierB asshtlng Mri
who leacs for tho mainland on tho ''rear will ho Dr. and Mrs. Wndhams
Mnnchiirla About twenty-flvo guests (Mr. and Mrs. Theodoio Ilichnrds, Mr
wero piobent. After n ileasant Bwlm
in tho pool, refie8liiiients wero served
In tho prUato dining mom at tho
ricasanton, Thq original plan, was to
lmvo had tho llttlo onos served on tho
lawn, but owing to tho Inclement
voather this was Impossible. How.
eor tho table waa beautiful In cut
flowers nml a merry tlmo was enJoynl
and Mrs. Charles Atherton, Mrs. l'hll
lp Tiear, MUs May rriwor, Miss Char
lotto Dodgp, Miss Alice Cooper mil
Mr. C. II, Mcltrlde.
Last Friday ovcnlng tho Klks hohl
imothor of their pleasant "pmokers".
These "lflo Jink-." nro heil onco a
iKuuiii, gciieinuy raimi
a hook to eulargo tho library; month section of be'iu'l'u! homej, nnd tho
l.cforo that each i:i!c brous'ht n tteln l'rlnicss pl.ina to intcrtalu ns hos-
consequently the I.odgo boasts of u pltnbly hc.u this winter as the docs
fluo collection, and this mouth every In her Honolulu humu ami us idio
ono brought n mil of r.i.islc fur tho has honlifu.-o In Washington and
new 7."D Cecellan iil.tnn. This piano New Yo.l. wlioio o'io has often
Is Indeed nil nuiuh'ltloii to (lie moms
'or in passing oao can nearly ii1v.ib
heir tho music, which shows tint tho
Investment Is being .ipprtclaud. Mr.
James Dougherty ban rolo ch.irga of
tho entortiiliiment rommtteer oveiy
ono knows this jouiig nian'si ablllty
for planning Komctlilii'; new mil tirl-; Captain- Korcuben, V S A., m
Inal, and cnnsequenlly tho invmlior.i oncl Sa inl'.uKcr. I'Mimlner.
spout the be.i.iou. Among hor
gutsts were Mr. Mid Mrs. Ilnrry
Ciuy, Mr. and Mik. Chirlcj CIbiou,
Mr. and Mr i. Allan Dunn, Miss
Helen Grey. Mlm Ceill Cowles, Wnl
tur CitlTord Smith, lulin I.nsou,
cxpict cntortalnmeulK of tho bcrt, nni
get them, l'rldiy night's iirteitntu
incut surpassed all other efforts. Ilo
iiluo was them with his moving pic
lures, which wero exceptionally g'jjj.
Armstrong mid Veino weio teen In
"uptodalb" audovlllo, .whllo f'Si-y-moro
Doodllltle, hi ought down tho
liouro with lib Jugglln,; and elcver
Irleks. It was Indeed an ovenlng to
bo riinembcrcl with gre-it enjoymcut
Wednesday .Mis. McUullum, wife of
Dr. MeC.illiim of Scholleld Uai racks,
enlei tallied Informally ut luncheon.
Tho gnosis wero Mrs. (leitrudu Wll
dor, JIls.i Ilarnes, Dr. I'niil Adams r.u 1
Mr. 1.. Hamiiedlm,
Tho wcihlln;? day of Miss Vlole.
Damon has been rut for November
tho twcuty-lhlid. On that day i-ho
will becomo tho brldo of I)r. Putiiain
of Knual. Tlio wedding will bo a largo
one .which will tnVo placo In Control
Union Chirrh, Miss Damon Is n
l-o.iullful lilnndo, nud Is n gru.it snrHI
favoiltc In Honolulu, This jouiig girl
Is a gifted musician, having spent
many years stuiljlng tho violin.
Halelvvu was un Army loidquaitcis
last Haturdaj and Sunday. With tho
20th Infantry In camp on tho golf
Mlis Maud lleifi'ii has lcliirucd
from a v (alt to Siutn ll.irb.ini and
will spend tho winter with hor fatli
cr. Major Ilenson, at tho Key Kcuto
Mr. A. U. (luriev. Hr., la expecte t
biu It frcjiu Hawaii this uCl..
Mr. aid Mrs. Alan I'ottoniley en
tcrtaliiud at dinner in luriop of, t) i
and Mrs. C. M. I.lnJcay Vati,on. IVI
day ovenlng, at their li:,vilf)ll h.mi
in Mtino.1 valley, The tabu :w ily.
orated with cut How i ,. A uuribur t.
guests were pre'iit nail :. Ieli3Ii..'u
evening was spont,
The Joseph Cooke's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Josiph Couko kv;u u
ery elabui.ito ilium r IVIdiy ulglu.
Tho tablp waa iirr.iiiged for twelve find'
was pyouIsIIo In long stetnihcd uitev.
Tho dinner guem.i wne Mr. and M,r
Smnuel Wilder, Judsc an I Mia. Trjii
rls Hatch, Hon. mil in, (leprga Car
tor, Dr. uni .Mrs. Ilobdy and Mr. tin I
Mrs. Ilralncid Smith.
Mr3. Thonna CIiiikIi culm tnlnii I at
u chlldivn 's iurl IMIay from I to
f o'clock In honor of liei two ehlldron,
Hole:! mil Hlblrcn, Tuny miebts ,oro
bidden to tho nITalr. All tho decora-
links It was natural that tho ii!lleora Dons euirled out the Hallowoeu Id
mndo Ilalclwa tholr roudezvoua and
tiey ndded to the gaiety.
Now hero elso on tlio Islands do toil en's names
muny niitomoblles gather on Sundays
Delicious rcfiushmenis weio hcriud in
tl'o'llttlo vlbltors. Tl.o mill').- p-irt of
tlio nlleruoou was devoted to child.
.ib nt Ilalclwa. It Is n nice rim from
town nnd one Is always sure of o
go.,.1 lunch (hero. Thoso inoloilng
down Inst Sunday weio A. II, Afong
1'innk Thompson, M. J. Ulssell nnd
larty, 8. M. Ilallou nud paity, (lus
lav Schaufjrs, and I. lent. Morrlfon,
Cth Cavalry, Tlio Ilalclwa Limited
took ipilto n ciowd down.
Princess David KnwiinniiaKna was
hostess nt u reception nn Wednesday
Today Mr. Homy Wlchmai Is giving
ii chlldien's purl) ut MimiuIiii In
honor of his llttlo dJinshtor Stnph
nnlo'R elghllt blrthd.iv. Tho joung
people will motor to this bountiful
place. About thirty chlldien havo
Mr and Mis. S M. Damon Imvu ro
turned fiom an enjjj.iblo week ut
Ihlolwa il'ould hi a iriy nlapp to
ovenlnc at the home on Prosldlo Ter
on tlio last racp v.hlch shu has talten for. 'tho iii"!iit in "i fi.H it,i iIvkv v.ili bt
Tho latter portion of tho nflcnimin I iMa' or tho mouth. Last month winter. It Is tho Morrill house, ono iii and "maii l.avo ga.iu down from
,ns dootcd to children's faniCB. Mrs, cacu member waa rcaucatcd to bring at tUo haudsoucst Jiouses iu that town lor It, nud to tako lu ulsy tbo
golf tournament on the Halelwa links
touioriuvv, 'Hicmj t till;uooii laucus
niu now n popular featuru nt the lltil.
hotel over on the "win In aril sldO."
Mr. nud Mrs. Alexander Van
Rcns.iluer of Philadelphia, who aru
at tho Kuliiiiout sin e their luturu
from lb '.lulu, and who will re
main In Sa'i l'r.iiirlscu dining tha
I'm tola festival, are being exlciiblve
I) cntuitului"), ami dining the week
several linndrninn nffulrs have been
given l-i their honor. They wero
hosts nt a pait) tea In the I.atiiel
ccurt on Tuesday, ut which they en
tertained Mr. mid .Mrs. Worthliigton
Allies, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cyrus PIcree,
Mr", and Mrs. Henry 1 Dutton, Mis.
Wlllard Drown. Mrs. Clc.tnnr Mar
tin, Mrs. rietchcr Itjcr, Mis. I.lly
O'tVonuor, Dr. Hairy Tevls mid J.
Downey Ilurtcy. Hxiimlncr.
Tho pretty wedding m C. II. Med
calf' and Miss ItclmUelii, which teok
place fatuiday at tho Y. W. C. A.
Homo, waa followed by uu enj'ijnble
wi'ddili; supper, which v.'as given ut
tho Alexander Young JioteJ. The talili
was piuf ibdy decorateil In ciruitlo.ia
With placo e-.ir.ls to match, niurtcen
phtC3 vero laid, mil .-. .1-UsioJa sup
per was Lcred.
I JIIsb Keleno I.-wlu rctiirueil fropi
the en?t with frlcuds ri few day ago
nnd Is in tho Irwin homo with her
t father and licr .irjudJinthcr, Jlrs.
I Ivors, who i-iiue up from Honolulu
, on Wednesday. Mib Irwin la yyend
, lug u few vveaka liiiir.cr In Nuw York,
huf 1 oxpc.-led lmj.ii beforo tho cud
of tho mouth. Uxainlncr.
(Additional Eocinl on pp. 11. 12, 13)
1WT" hl'l-t ItTIN .us PAV -XJ1
'One man is femte' St slLh
wear cru.chcs. This is practically the argument the
prohibition people mr.kc in regard to the liquor ques
tion. Hcciuse two or three men use liquor to evcess
prohibition would compel a hundred temperate men
to follow the rule of total abstinence". The fox that
lost his tpil and tried to induce his fellows to discard
theirs was much nivire fair-minded than this. He, at
least, used persuasion ratherthan force, for he argued
that jt was much more comfortable to be without a
tail than with one.
That there is much good in beer all thinking
people must admit. "The food value of the barley
malt is certain; so are the tonic properties of hops;
and all authorities agree that the small amount ot
alcohol found in Beer Jess than 3 per cent in PRIMO
BEER- is mildly stimulating and beneficial.
If nil c-od people will (lri,nk beer they will lonscr retain the bloom
of you!i upon their checks and preswe their bodilv vigor.
The beer to drink in Hawaii is
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m5' tt ff ixAiiYrj
ThewBeer That's rewed
$n&u ToVjuif The CHnierfc
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