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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 16, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY. MIR. 16. 1910.
Mid March Bargains
A PRICE SALE OK LADIES' PETTICOATS AND CORSET
COVERS WILL BE THE STORE ATTRACTION HERE FOR A
$ .75 Petticoats now. .$ .60
1.00 " " .. .75
1.25 " " .. 1.00
1.80 " " .. 1.25
2.00 " " .. 1.50
S .25 Corset Covers now 15c.
,40 " " " 25c.
.50 " " " 40o.
:75 " " " 50c.
1.00 " " " 75c.
These prices will only be continued for a few days, and e
advise you to not postpone t visit to our store.
Send Us Your Order for
Phone 5C5 Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fish Market v
THE BEST EVER
HAAS CANDIES RECEIVED BY THE ALAMEDA. WE l
TT.,r tT, -pitt- .TTvrmr, tt d Muntm M
A STOCK AS IS CARRIED IN SAN TRANCISCO.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
TO THE BRYANS
First Anniversary Of
Wedding Day Is
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A, I'aliicr tendered
nn elaborate banquet to l'rof. and
Mrs. William Alanson Ttr an last otn
lnvon the occasion of tho first mi
ni ersary of their wedding day.
The liamn counlo weic in.Trlcd Just
cue year ao M St. Paul's Cathedral,
Iluflalo, N. Y. and It was indeed lll
tlnt; that tho first anniversary cf this
mis) k'lmm t'M'iit should ha.e oil
ciffbiated in Honolulu ' Mml.tc. I -ie
boaiitlful surroundings which a boun
tiful tiaune liaa fco UtL-t.jy uentowuJ
III on theta ktin-klsscd Isles, lnmud of
In the cold, bleak climate ol the Km
pile State nt this season of the yu.ir.
Di ojted m the oxqulaitu wedding
ennn which alio woru qno year ngo.
Mrs Ilrjun looked radiantly happy,
nnj, as she entered the reception room
leaning upon the arm of her husband,
the, couple recehed the congratula
tions of tin guests asscmbloj In their
'the tabic was spread on tho lanal,
which ha'd been screened with flagi
and bunting. Hanks of ferns and put
ted plants were artUtlcally an aimed
and lent an added charm to the table
decorations. Words aro Indeed wnnt
In,; to desailo adequately the beauty
of these decorations which consisted
or winio mntgucruos and pinK carna
tions. Down tho confer of tho long tablo
writ flvo bhnllow icceptacea filled
with white marguerites and shaped to
spell the letters ALOll A. At each
pbee wns a dainty faor tied with
pink ribbon, containing a photograph
ot tho honored guests. K.ich guest
was also tho recipient of n large pink
lcl adorned with long pink stro liners.
Tlie'brldo s cako wns alto lettered with
I he word "Aloha" and viib an aitlstlc
piece of work from a culinary point of
Tho ha'lnay was profusely decorated
with ferns and bowls of roses and hot
houso flowers, gifts to Prof, nnd Mrs.
llij'nli. In addition Mrs. Ho an waa
tho recipient of many hindBOine pros
otitis, wlilch Ineliulfd gold hroothoj
nnd various articles sultab'o to the oc
Jurlnc tho binquet some cry np
prODrlatp.'fcliechos were made, but
the climax' was not reached until J. A
Palmer, after a itijpteilonn abence,'
leturncd lioariiis n'tny nn which wis
Ulsplajed a ery handsome loving cup,
filled with nrctnr. Aftencongr.itulnt
)ng the happy r conplo on co'cbratlng
this their first wedding anniversary,
,the speaker in a few humorous re-
. ' i)
'Wilf U Continued tor One
100 FELT HATS, formerly $2.00.
' ' $2.50, and $3,00 each, now
. $1.00 each.
200-STRAW HATS, formerly $1.75,
$2.00, and $2.50 each, now'
100 DERBY JHATS, all shapes, for
merly $3, $3.50, and $4,
. now $1.50, $1.75, and $2.00.
GENUINE PANAMA HATS, all shapes,
formerly $10' and $12, now
$5 and $6.
PORTO RICAN STRAW HATS, latest
shapes, formerly $1.50, now
' 75c each.
CRAVENETTE a..d LEATHER AUTO
; GAPS, formerly $3, now $1.50
tANVAS HATS and CAPS, fprmerly
25c to $1.50, now 15c to 75c
See Our Window Display
L. B. KERR & CO.,
ALAKEA street .
'A A S. . k, l . . wl. . I
was k :&& m . &
'mnrka riaitiln.l tlm f-itii nn tiobnlf
of his wtfo and tho guests of tho
After Prof. Bryan Ind acknowledged
the gift nnd the kindly feeling which
had prompted the guctts to remem
ber him and his wife the cup was
passed round and each In turn drank
to the health, leng life nnd prosperity
of tho happy pair.
Towards the close of tho evening
the guests penned their signatures in
the guest book and to the tooting of
automobile horns and merry laughter,
reluctantly took their leave.
Among those present wcro: Dr. nnd
Mrs. P. F. Frcar, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Burntngham, Mr. and Mrs. J, Moore,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Knrwell, Mrs. Bruce
McV Mnckall, Mrs. Alice Brown, Mn.
nnn Plotner Miss Mnrgarot fllddlngi
Miss Mary Hoaddcn Miss Julia I.flgh
Mr. Hooifer Plotner, I.lout U S. Wil
lis. I.lcut C. Blnlr. Uont. Ancruni,
M. D. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pal
Say IMs In Violation
The local Oriental liquor dealers,
especially the Japanese, are, inclin
ed to think that the nloptlon of
prohibition In Hawaii would const!-1
tute a violation of' their treaty.
frights. , ;
They !airguel that it wliuld be
equally wrong for the Jnpaneso gov-i
eminent to make biicIi a law, which
would deprlvo the Americans resid
ing In Japan from earning their
livelihood in the llnuor business, i
"Supposing .the Americans' resid
ing In Japan wero ordered to shut
up their liquor business, by means
of such a prohibition, would they
not raise Objection, or lodge a pro
test with tho Japanese govern-
MUSCLES ARE NOW
"Brittle Man " Unable To
Sit, Is Becoming
mont?" asked doe of the Jnpantio
CASTOR I A
For Infants nnd Cbilurou.
Hib Kind You llajo Always Bought
An honored guest At most of the
London hospitals is a tall, slim man,
with a thin face, who has to inovo
about with extreme care bocauo II he
happened to fall down he might break
In several places.
Ilo Is literally n fragile, man. who
has to walk with something of tho
stlnness of "La Poupeo." A violent
fall would be disastrous to htm. He is
suffering from a rare and painless
dlleabo which, In tho words of one
of tho doctors who has seen him,
turns him into "a porcelain man."
Unable to Sit.
Alban tlushbrook, aged thirty-five
has for sovrn years been suffering
from mjosltls usclflcans; his mu-cei
aru turning Into bone. Ho can walk,
but he cannot sit in a chair, and it
Is difficult for him to turn his heal
far to tho right or left. Fortunately
he takes his condition very philoso
phically and thoroughly enjoys his
pipe. As a rate specimen ho Is well
known In tho I-ondon hospitals, and
ho has been many times examined by
the Conjoint Board of tho Royal Col
leges of Surgeons and Plryslclans. tic
has been to tho Mldd'cscx Hospital,
King's Collegu Hospital, fit '1 bonus'
Hospital and St. Ocorga's Hospital.
The muscles of his diet, luck, and
thighs are all turning tif bone. Ho
lies flat In bed. When ho desires to
rise ho Is shifted to tho edge of tho
bed. and his rigid body Is tipped up
till his feet touch tho floor. A stick
is placed in his hand and ho can
then mal:o his way in a btratght line
"Orcat1 caro has to bo obrcrved "
said n doctor yesterday. "Thd man
might break nno of bis ofslfled mus
cles Ju t ns ho m'cht -r orllnirv
lono. His body Is becoming, more' or
less 'locked.' "
' NEW FED'OFFiCERS
Bulletin Bntinen Office Phone 258
1 -IMiw TMHnrinl Tlnmi Phone 1H5
:S President J. A. Clllmoro of Ihu St
V. Col, ego of Hawaii Is the new pre- tt
U sldcnt of tho Civic Fedeiatlon nnd tt
tt Hilgtr Wood, principal of tho it
K Norrnul SthnolJs tho new secro- tt
It taiy of that oiganlzatlon. This tt
tt change in tho offlcers of tho Fed- tt
tt crntlon wan made nt a incoming tt
tt held last week. . t!
tt , !:
it tt tt t tt tt tt tt tt a tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
says " Drink
beer" to the
weak and convalescent. To those who
need strehth---needa; food and a; tonic.
', ' , Many people need a tonic, who do not
consult a doctor. There is a noticeable lack
of energy in these people; a disinclination
to make any unusual effort. Your friend's
answer to your morning greeting is not a
complaint; but there is no CHEERY return.
LACK OF ENERGY. THAT'S ALL.
Now that friend needs a tonic, and if he
will drink pure beer he will have the bene
fit of the barley a food, and the hops a
tonic. The trifle of alcohol is an aid to
The proper drinking of beer is the
solution to "lack of energy." A pure beer
and the beer to drink in Hawaii is
j? a Y - ifGL-s.'-5ga
I I I , limm
The. Beer Th&t's'.Brewed
. To guit The CUniole
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
, Now Showing, a Few Popular-Priced
In Chiffon Broadcloth, in Desirable Evening Shades,
Ranging from $13.50 up
Handsome Display of
Black Spangled Gowns,
Black Silk Dress Nets
MANY BEAUTIFUL ACCESSORIES FOR BLACK GOWNS
Ask Your Grocer for
NICELLE OLIVE OIL
The best and most delicious live oil, in the market.
Bottled, at Nice, Franre. Made from absolutely sound,
perfect olives. Pure aid unadulterated. Guaiantecd under
Food and Drugs Act, June, 100G. It has a unique and'de
licious flavor of its own.
In 14, y2 and 1-Oalloa Tins Each With Patent Spout
' . We have the refutation of selling
Call and see us at 93-95 King St.
I American Brokerage Co.
Telephone 291 Dally Delivery
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
102b Nuuanu St.
Modern Ideas of Comfort i
in the office and in th o home demand a circulation of the
. tfhe New .
8-Inch Electric Fan
will insure a circulation of the air with absolute noise-,
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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