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tVE;trja,mit,LF.Tltf. HONOLULU. T.. i d.vffaRnAY, AUO. 0, 1910.
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Mr. and Mrs. .1. Mm tun Wggs cele
brated their 11th w'oddlng anniversary
on Monthly evening In mi enjoyable
manner. Tills celebration was In the
form of ii diutii-r Tim ultrurtlvn din
ner talilc was artistically decorated Ii
red and green, tlio foimer color being
a favorite wldi tt.o hoste3s. Among
Mr.nnd Mrs. .1 Morton UIggs' guests
were Mr and Mrs. James Dougherty,
Mr. Krnnk Thompson Mr. Charles I).
Wright unci Mr Humphreys,
Dr. Mitchell mid Mrs. Josephine
Cornwall wore quietly married lit tlic
(lermun l.utlii run C'huieli last Prldiiy
nt lilgli noon After the ceremony n
wedding breakfast win served nt the
home of Mr I.ucus, who is a, slstoi
of the Doetor. l-uto In tlin afternoon
thn couplo mutprcd to llulclwa., where
the houoyiuacTu Is being spent
Ten ill Cniinlri ( lull.
Miss Kcrrlor, who In vlHltluir Mlsi
Vera Damon, was tlio motif for n te.iiit
WmOmSm i ' ' w iWti
Warn :hu wmm
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3IISS ADA IllIOlll.'.S, WHflSK EJftJAOKJIEJiT.Tp WILLIAM W1UJA.U.
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GUARANTEED UNDER NATIONAL PURE FOOD ACT.
ericas Finest Production
iLovejoy fc Co., Sole Agents
which wni given Tiicsduy nt tlio Coun
try Club by Miss Harriet Young. Tea
was lervccl on thu Innnl overlooking
the sen. The small tallies were, dec -irated
with lose. and maidenhair
era. Among the guests ver Misn
errler, Ml Vera Damon, Mlsi Sp.ild
.ng, Mrs! Ucnrgo Cleveland llowen.
Miss Wlckstrum, anil ot'iers.
Mctit. iv" 1 1 core's Dinner.
Lieut. Kllgore of, thu H. H. Marino
rOnrps inudo adullglitful host when ho
entertained nt dinner Friday evening years ago their Homo was on of cou
nt the Seaside llcitt. .The table wns tlnual hospitality, a fact pleasantly ru
niuised with piuple violet mil maid- membercd by many Californium) who
ouhiili fern. Among thono who pur- ''uvo vlsltod thorn 3. V. Chronicle,
took of Lieut Itllgom'H iMripltiillly,
ere Captain and Mwt. 1'ie.lerleU Miss Nina Jones, a picture of whom
Itumsey, Miss Vera l).uiinn, Meat, appears today, will probably spend as
md Mrn tiiullli, Mr Kalk, ami nlli-' much of thn next reason In San I'ran-
irn. . - r-
I.lent Kllgnie n il Mr " TaMf of
Jolse, Idaho, n.udo ilellghtful hosts
t a sailing nnr( wolcii wns cir.n
tlio Moana Hotel After partlcl
r.lu.on In this delightful sport dellcl-. Up,. Aslifiird'4 Tea.
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c i rcircsiiiiiuuiH weiu runcu itniu-i i Mrs. vj. W. .vsiiiorti ciueriuineu t
, hail tree at Ilia Moanii. Among, (pa Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs
tlmao present w'ero IJcut. and Mrn. ', Mary (innn and Mrs Molvllo Wnko
Si.ilth, Captain and Mrs. (iiiiih'. . Hold Tlili was one of tlio most en
Minx Yetn Damon, and other joyubte lunctlons of the week. The
hours wero'lrom I tn fi. This intor-
Mrs. II. R. Afong of Honolulu, who lalhment was In tl.o nuttiro of n furc-
cunio to lslt her son-in-law nnil
daughter, Admiral Whiting and Mrs.
Whiting, who liuvo made their home
In Hcrkeloy since the retirement of
Admiral Whiting has taken a house on
Pacific nvenue. The Afongs are one
of thn Itrst families of Hawaii, anil
their history tends like a roiWime of
the South Seas. The founder of thu
family was a Clilnc3e merchant of con
siderable scholarship, while Mrs
Afong, In her telle days was one Of
the beauties of tlio Island, All of the
Klrls Innrrled splendidly, and n few
rlsco as she did last winter. 8he has
Just returned from n visit to Portland
to hor homo In Santa Dm burn, and has
planned a manlier of pictty affairs for
the San Krunclsco girls spending tlio
summer there. 8I10 Is a very attract
ive girl, and a great fuvorlto In San
Francisco society Mius Jones spent
Inst summer In Honolulu.
Ir. nnd JIr. WnllN Cliomlrr.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Ormond Wall were
i host nud hostoss at a cljov.'dur which
I was given Thursday evening nt the
Outilggnr Club. The affair vvus mi en
joyable one. About forty guests waro
present Tho chowder wns served
bliortly alter seven o'clock and the
' attractive club houso was appropri
ately decorated for tho occasion.
The .Misses lliihertsim Dnterlaln.
Tho Misses llobertson entertained
Informally at hrldgo Tuesday ufter-
noon Thn tnblea were arranged 011
thn largo lanai surrounding tho Rob
ertson's homo on lllngham street.
Tho guests present were Miss Lillian
Robertson, Miss draco llobertson,
Miss I.ydln McStocUcr, Miss K. Cen
ter, MI3S Ada Rhodes, Miss lleatrlee
Campbell, Mrs. James Dough,erty nnd
Mrs. Frederick Dnmon.
.Mrs. Wood's Ilrldge Parly.
Monday Mrs. C. II. Wood entertain
ed at bridge at her hoiuu'uii Thurston
. avenue. The hoiuo was decorated
throughout with Duchess roses. Short
ly toforo llvo o'clock delicious refrcih
Iments worn served. Among tho gii'.-xts
were PrlnLct.i Kuwanunakn.i, Mrs.
. Clifford Kimball. Mrs. Aithur Ihtvl
I son, Mrs, Kmlorlck'Datnpn, Miss Ada
1 r.nodos, Mrs. Jamu3 Doiifjlicrly, -Mrs.
Arthur Mailx, Mrs. Piii'ik Itlchurd
con, mid others.'
j Consul 11ml Mr. It. I'iiiIit's Pleiile.
1 Consul mid Mrs. Ralph Forstor
lunn UsueJ Invitations for a pleiile
which will bo i;lven tomnriow at Dr.
nnd .Mrs Charlo.s llrjatlt Cooper'H
mountain homo up Jit. Tantalus. A
, number of tho guests will rldo on
Horseback uj mutating Is prohibit
ed), and the remainder of tho party
,wlll drho up tho inoiintaln side, nr
rivlng In time for luncheon, which
will bo sorved picnic fashion under
neath thu trees,
flIlssMary Low's Dinner.
Miss Mary I.ow entertained nt din-
Iner Tuesduy evening at tho Mellon-
am in notior of the Princess Ku
wununukoa Red carnations mndo n
liiuujr uuu eneciivo uocor.itlon. Among
"""" iiuiii woro 1110 rrinccss Kn-
tlPn t cki lrxi Itl,... tl . .. .
wununkou, Alias Mary how. Miss Maud
Wood, Mr Hubert Hare, Mr Wulo und
! Mr Jamison
Jllsi Crelghtou's Ten.
Jins urcighton entertained at lea
j I'rlduy afternoon, most ot tho guests
Lplng joung girls of the )oungor set.
I AJioutJorty, ; young uopnje vvere uresent
nnd " "oiira wore frtitiH to 0. '
well us Mrs. uimn leave Hiinuay on
tho Korea. She will reside In New
York nnd will bo gono from tho Is
lands for a ar, much to the regret
At her numerous friends. Mrs. v,
loul, Mrs. Wakefield and Mrs. fliinn
received In th- drawing room 01 the
Asmord homo on Ilnrctnnin avenue.
The druwlngrooin was converted Into
a floral bow or. by means of the gold
enshower. Airs. Gardner Wilder, Miss
Mctntyro nnd Miss Ashford, n daugh
tor of. the house, assisted In the' enter
tiilnmcnt of tho guests. Refreshments
were served In tho dlnlngroom and
on tho lanal at small table:) that were
decorated with pink carnations nnd
riuildcnhnlr fern. Tho Iannis wcro en
closed with American and Hawaiian
nags. On this occasion numerous
lirctty gowns were worn, nnd tlio
guests looked extremely well In their
dainty summer frocks and picture
lints. This entertainment was to have
been n garden party bufowlngito tho
inclement weather this Vv.is nbind
Mr. und Mis. J. Mnrtyn Hnenkc,
prominent society folk, lire sojourning
at the Moana hotel. Tho following Is
a clipping from the ban 1 rout re co
Call: jf V-4C
Miss Mario Churchill becama 'the
brldo of J. Mnrtyn Haonko nt oso of
tho prettiest weddings of the wool,
celebrated at tho home of tho bride's
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. .1 Churchill,
In Sun Mateo. Tho houso was decor
ated with pink roics mid the effective
color scheme wai introduced in the
gowns worn by tho girls of the bridal
party. Tho brldo Is an unusually at
tractive girl of tlio brunette type, and
her gown of w hlte satin and lace was
extremely effective. She v.oie tho con
ventional satin embellished with luco
and embroidered chiffon and the gown
was finished with a court train The
bridal costumo was finished with 11
long tulle veil that fell to the hem of
the gown mid was caught In tho
bride's hnlr with n wrejtli of oranga
blossoms. Tho maid of honor was
Miss Angela Coyle, and hor gown wiu
white lullu, delicately cmbioldcrcJ and
draped over Putin. There were two
bridesmaids. Miss Graco Ilroinllcld
and .Miss Nova Salisbury, both ot
whom woio gowns of pink m.irl;:il
cclto und curried roses. P-Dlj Grlng
acted as best man. Tho "brldo hud
been feled before l.r weddlnr at sev
eral of tho reient nffulra In to'vo. iim(
In Rurllngainr ILienko Is a member
of tho lltirlltignmo country cub and
wasvhost nt 0110 of tlio largest of tho
recent dlnnnis given nt tho club for
the members of tho bridal party. Miss
Coylo entertained at n recent lunch
eon given nt tho Pnlaco for tlio brldu
and lor weeks beforn the wedding tho'
girls of tho bridal party had 11 guy
round pf leas mid dinners. They nro
going east on their honeymoon and
are probably going abroad. They ex
pect to travel during thn summer and
will return to roslde nt San Muteo
Princess lo St'iy Longer.
Tho numerous friends of tho Prin
cess ICnwnnan ikoa nro rejoicing over
her decision to remain in the Islands
until tho Inttor part of August, in
stead of sailing on tho Hlcria on tho
10th of this month. Tho Princess has
been the motif for much entertulu
,iuont slnco her arrival; In Tact she,
hns bcon entertained morning, noon
and ovonltig by hur legion of friends.
Tho largest entertainment of this
week wus given In hor honor by Col
Sum I'nrker at Ms home nt Wulklkl.'
This wus In the nuluro of n lunu, und '
over 250 pjoplu woio pidEent. Im-i
mediately atior dinner at the Univers
ity Club, tho I'llueecs with tovet oth-l
is motored tn thn Imiu. Tho nleiurn
of t"o I'rlnccj-i which appears In thU '
lssuo was tu) pn In Now York: al-!
tll0."Bt IUs beautiful H does not do1
, hor Juatlco. '.w1' '"" '.' !'
(Continucl (ten Page fi)
the la.t twenn f.ve vents, and hnve
doi.e tin shfiie in usictlng him In
pri vldlnc Hie public with belle,
frclglitlng and p.issenger facilities. a
occn-lnn required, nnd I tins! that
von will wo lh.it our reasonable re
quest for n proper approach will he
included In this franchise. I remain,.
niirr. very truly.
"(Signed) JOHN A. SCOTT."
(Special D 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 Cnricrpcn.lenre.)
IIII.O. Hawaii. An; 5.
Honolulu, T. II.
Wh.irf prn)osltion not dl'.euss-il.
Wlnslnw jnibllc nieellng. Hold llcenso
until Kilo business Interests have a
hearing Public meellng will li? call.
ed August fi.
President. Illlo Hoard of Tra I"
Tho above Is Hie text of a wiielesn
niosrnitp sent by K. K, Richards lo the
Governor. II shows In n very concise
nianiKr Just whal Is the present atti
tude of tho community hero on the
As 11 nritler of fact, L. A. Thurs
ton has since he icturned tn Illlo In
tho Manila Kea last Wcdnetday. bo'll
very successful In securing signatures
to n petition for tho wharf, similar In
lex tn tho one which was circulated
In Honolulu. Tho vlow Is qtilto com
mon that If tho firms which ship the
bulk of Hie H-clght urn satlsflo.l, thn
proposition must he nlrlght. There
aio on tho other hand many who
wnnt t.i I12 shown, and It Is for their
binelU that n public meeting tins been
called vjlileli will tike place nl Fiio
me ii'ii Hnll Saturday afternoon.
The statement mado by the Gov
ernor nnd tho Hitperliitendnit of pub
He works to the effect that tlio cntlrn
mutter was "aired In Illlo and fully
discussed" at the time of lh meeting
called by Major Wlnslnw to discuss
harbor lines, is tegnrded as a j, vous
Jos!, to use a mild term. The only
the account .thor. of pulillihcd nt tho
meeting was. as may ho ho: 11 from
ten nccount thereof published al the
time by the P. ill lot In, that a wharf
might bo built by the railroad com
oany. but It was not "fully discussed"
by any ntfnns, nnd for tho very reason
that the subject was Introduced on Its
fnco nn n sldo Issue, and a discussion
thereof, beyond tho Inlet remarks by
Thurston, would liavo boon tnthel
foreign to tlio matter under consider
ation at tho time.
It Is certain Hint not one word was
said about the terms of tho llciiise.
and theso wero ubsoluto news to tho
general r-uhllc of this city until news
was received of the meeting- held In
Honolulu. It Is thought nullo possible
that tho subject of tho wharf was
Introduced nt tho Wlnslnw meeting In
order that It might later on be sanl
that the public of Illlo hud b en noti
fied. If Ihls Is the case It appears to
niuny hero lo have been n very .admit
manner, though tho toasoii why tho
- i;i rlntcudenl of public woiks should
bo gum-shoeing' here Tor the lie.iellt
or prlvnto Interests does not ns yet
appear nulto plain."
tonic. A trifle of alcohol an aid to digestion.
THAT'S' BEER. If you get a pure beer,
well aged, nothing is better for you.
It is not good advice to say "Don't drink
beer." " There are many who need it.
Y'our doctor advises beer. The healthiest
peoples of the world drink the most of it. ,
But it is goodVdvice'to say
wrone: beer." Some beer
Primo is bath good and good for you.
Nine people in ten would be better for
Primo is the home bcer? because ot
properly agcd filtered' and sterilized.
Jvecp a case
Be sure it is
LAST WEEK of our
Dur.'nf; this week our great sile proved so successful that we have
decided to continue .t for another v eek. The householder! of Honolulu
took advantage of our generous oflet in allowing- them goods at tedue
ticus aiying- ftcm 20rf to 50' off ordinary 1 ales, nnd as we still have n
number of baitiains left In nil lines, we would nivise'tlHle who will be in
need of household fuinituie wilh.n the next few.Tnonjhs to avail them
tehes of this opportunity.
Metal & B a;s Beds!
$ 5.00 Metal . . .
, 17.50 "
. 14 00
38.50 Brass 28.00
60.00 ' 40.00
100.00' " G0.00
" " 68.00
Wcatheicd Oak 19.00
Our regular stock of Nottingham,
Cables, Irish Points nnd Brussels, in
white and Arabian, at
25 per cent discount
Odd Pairs Half Price
J. HOPP &
The House of Quality
As far ns can bo JuJgsd at present
there will ho no very great. uuitosltlon
to tho granting of Iho.-llcchso.at tho
public meeting. Tho pelltlonSjclrcu
latccl by Thurston have bcep5iulto
generally signed, tlio common.' .theory
being nppaiently that If tlio' Mg ship
pers are satliilled tho smaller ones
should havo nothing (o ftur. Tho'emo
and Hops ;'n'
in your Home.
he J3ecr That's jBroycd
To Suii Tlie Climeie-
32.00 Mahogany 21.00
35.00 BirJVEyc 23.00
$11.00 Golden Oak.
14.50 " " .
35.00 " " .
56.00 Mahogany. . .
$1000 worth of FHAMED PIC
TUEES, in Prints, Etch'ings, Pastels
and Oils, Tanging in price .from 50o
to $20, all go at 50"- .DISCOUNT.
--l85 King Street
point on wlilch "there Is criticism la
buftfiil jnv.U'o jisjial stunt of tlio nd
mlriTfctniiEit tcrSwork Us schemes
through xxUJintu.-laklng tho public Into
IS" ronllilgsro'nirt the statement by
tlio omclads. that Illlo had boon fully
InrorniedTinou'tio matter Is regarded
not to ho lloosevt-lltan, ns n hugo
JokaAr:;. ,?. .