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EVENING, BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T.. i., sLvTtmTUY. AUO. C. 1910.
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GUARANTEED UNDER NATIONAL PURE FOOD ACT.
mericAs Finest Production
X.ovejoy fc Co., Sole Agents
Mr. utii Mm. J. iMoitun' IUrks cele
brated their llth woddln anniversary
on Mohdny ovenlnj; In uu enjoyable
manner. TIiIh e'clcbr.itlou wns In the
form of ii dinner Tim attractive ltn
ner table was ui tlstlcntly decorated Ii
red and green, tbo Conner color hclnc
a favorite with tho hoitcsK. Among
Mr.nnd Mrs. .1 Morton Klggs' guests
were Mr nnd Mrs. James Dougherty,
Sir. Krnnk Thompson Mr. Charles I).
Wright nnd Mr. Humphreys.
Dr. Mitchell and Mrs. Josephine
Cornwoll wpii quietly married ut the
(lernian I.nthi ran Church last I'rlilny
nt high noon. After the ceremony n
wedding breakfast wns served nt the
home of Mrs. Lucas, who Is u, slstoi
of tho Doctor. Jjito In tlin nfternoon
thn conplo motored to llulehwi., where
tho hoiicymn&i Is being Rpont.
Ten nt Ciniiitri ( lull.
Miss Kerrlor, who Is visiting MUi
Vera Damon, wns the motif for n te.i
which wns given Tuesday nt tho Coun
try Club by Miss Han let Young. Ten
wns torved on the liinat overlooking
the ecu. The small tables were. dec
iruleil wit It roscu nnd muldeuhalr
em. Among the gnosis were MIhii
errlcr, Miss Vera D.uuon, Mis. Sp.ild
.ng, Mrs! Uenrgo Cle-veliinc! Ilmveii.
.Miss Wlckstrum, nml ot'iers.
Llent. iillirnro's Dinner.
Lieut. Kllgore of. the II. It, Marino
Cnrps inmlo n dollslftrul host when he
untertnlned nt dinner Krldny evening
,u. on In this delightful sport dellc-( nrn, .UhfordN Ten.
i i rciresniiieniB were serveu uiiuuri jir(, cj, y. ,sinorci emorinin in
, ban tree nt tbo Moana. Among jj, Krldny afternoon In honor of .Mrs.
tlmao present wero I.leut. and Mm.', Mary (lunn nnd Mrs. Melville Wnke
Si.ilth, Captain nnd Mrs. (iun-),, t0a. Thle wni one of tho most en
ilhn Vein Damon, nml others Joynblo luni'tlons of Ihe week. The
hours wcrelrom 4 In H. This enter-
Mrs. II. S. Afong of Honolulu, who talhment wns In tl.e nature of n fnre
canio to lslt her son-in-law and well ns Mrs. llunn leaves Sunday on
duuehter. Admiral Whiting and Mrs. tliu Korea. She will resldo In New
Whiting, who have made their homo
In Uerkelcy since tbo retirement or
Admiral Whiting has taken u bouse on
Pacific nvenue. Tho Afoiigs lire one
of tho first families of Hawaii, and
their history toads like a loinnnce of
the South Sen?. Tho founder of tho
family wns n Chlno3e merchant of con
siderable scholarship, while Mrs
Afong, In her belle days was one of
York nnd will bo gono from tho Is
lands for a iar, much to tho regret
of her numerous friends. Mrs. v'
loid, Mrs. Wakefield nnd Mrs. (lunn
received In th drawing room oi tnc
Ashford limne on Ilorctnnln avenue
The drnvvlngroom was converted Into
n floral bower, by means of the gold
enshower. Airs. Gardner Wilder, Miss
Mclntyre and Miss Ashford, n dniigh
tho benutlo3 of tbo Island. All of the tor of. tbo hom?e, assisted In tlio'onter-
glrls mnrrled splendidly, nnd a few
years ago their homo was one of con
nt the Seaside Hole.!. .The table was tlnunl hospitality, a fact pleasantly ro
niasril with pmple violets u:id maid- membcrcd by ninny Cullfornlaus who
iilihiilr' I'nrn. Among those who nar- have visited there. 8. K. Chronicle.
tooK of I.leut Mlgow'H hosiiltulllv
'v'ere Cuptnlll atld Alrn. Ki ederlck
Itimisey, Miss Vc.rn Il.miuri, Meat.
Hid Mik Kmltli, Mr. I'ulk, uin oili-
I.leut Ki?nio ad Mr Tn'li of
Jolse, Idaho, n.ado delightful hosts I
t a sailing parti vvolcii vvos given
,ut tho Monna I loud After mil I Id-
Miss N'lua Jones, a picture of whom
appears Unlay, will probably spend ns
much of thn next gcasou In San I-"ran-clsco
ns she did last winter. Slut has
just returned from a visit to Portland
to her homo In Santa llailmrn, nnd has
planned n number of pretty affairs for
the San Francisco girls spending tho
summer theio. Sho Is a very attract
ive girl, nnd a great Tavorlto In San
Francisco society. Miss Jones spent
Inst summer In Honolulu.
Dr. mid Jlrs. WnllN Clinmlcr.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Ormond Wall wero
I host and hosto3S at a chowder vvlilrh
was given Thursday ovenlng nt tbo
Outilgger Club. The affair Was an en
joyable one. About, forty guests wero
present. Tho chowder wns iscrvod
bhortly alter seven o'clock and the
attractive club house was appropri
ately decorated fop tho occalon.
The Misses lliihertsoii Kntcrlnln.
The Misses Itobcitson cntertulned
Informally at brldgo Tuesday after
noon. Tbo tables vvcin arranged on
tho largo lanat Kurroundlng tho Itnb
ertson's houio on Illnghnni street.
j Tho guests pieseut wero Miss l.llllan
1 Robertson, Miss Grace Kobcrtson,
! Miss I.ydln McStoclor, MIsj N. Cen
ter, Miss Ada Rhodes, Miss Ilentrlre
Campbell, Mrs. James Dougljcrty nnd
Mrs, Frederick Dniuon.
Mrs. Wood's Utilise I'arly.
.Monday Mrs. C. 11. Wood entertain
ed at bridge at her homo on Thurston
i avenue. The houo wns decorated
tlnoughout with Duchess roses. Short
ly leforo five o'clock delicious rofre.m-
Smcnts wore served. Among the guests
were Princess Knvvtinumikn.i, Mrs.
CltlTord Kimball. Mrs. Aithur Di)vl-
' ton, Mrs. Frcderlck'Dnmon, Miss Ada
r.nodos, Mrs. Jiiiuqj Dougherly, -Mrs.
Arthur Mailx, Mrs. Funk Itlchnrd
con, nnd others.'
'Consul mid Mrs. It. I'eiMcr'h I'leule.
' Consul nnd Mrs. Ralph
'have Issuoj Imitations for a picnic
which will be given toinoriovv at Dr.
imd Mrs. Chnrloj lliyant
mountain homo on Mt. Tantalus. A
, number of tho guests will rldo on
ihortobiick (aj motoring is prohibit
ed), und the remainder of tho party
will drlvo up tho mountain sldo, nr
rivlng In tlino for luncheon, which
will bo served picnic fashion under
neath the trees.
ClINs Mnry Low's Dinner.
Miss Mary I.ow entertained at din
ner Tuesday evening at the McDon
ald in honor or tbo Princess Ku
vvunanakoa Red carnntlons inado ii
pretty and cffectlv'o decoration. Among
tnlnmcnt of tho gucts. Refreshments
wero served In tho dlulngroom nnd
on tho lanal nt small tablet that were
decorated with pink rnrnatlons nnd
maidenhair fern. The Innnls wore en
closed with American and Hawaiian
flags. On this occasion numerous
pretty gowns wpro worn, nnd the
gunstH looked extremely we'll In their
d.tlnty summer frocks nnd pjeture
lints. This entertainment was to havd
been a garden party butovlngto the
inclement wo.ither this U.is ubind
oned. Mr. und Mrs. J. Mnrtvn Haenke,
prominent society folk, are sojourning
nt tho M6nna hotel. The fid low Rig I)
a clipping rrom' the Sau 1'rauclscii
Call: f, V-ft
Miss Mario Churchill U-cjimo the
h'rldo of J. Martyn Haenke nt ooo of
tho prettiest weddings of the wool,
ccUbruted at tho home of tho bride's
parents, Mr. und Mrs. S. .1 Churchill,
in San Mateo. Tho houso was decor
ated with pink rotes und tho effective
color scheme wui Introduced In tho
gowns worn by tho girls of the bridal
party. The brldo Is nn unusually at
tractive girl of the brunette type, and
her gown of vtulto satin and lace was
extremely effective. Hm v.-oie tho con
ventional satin embellished with lace
nnd embroidered chlffou and tho gown
was finished with n court train The
bridal costumo was finished with u
long tulle veil that fell to the hem of
tbo gown nnd was caught In tbo
bride's hair with a wreath of orangu
blossoms. Tho maid of honor vvus
Miss Angela Coyle, and tier Gown wiu
whlto tulle, delicately embmhlcrod and
draped over satin. There were two
bridesmaids, Miss Clraco Ilromtlold
and Miss Neva Salisbury, both of
whom woio gnwmi of pink iiinrkul-'
rctto ami currl-il rnser Plllj (Jrlng
ucted as best man. Tho "brldo had
been feted beforo l.er wedding at rev
oral of thu recent nrfnlra In to'vu nncf
in lJurllnguu:" Ilaenko Is n momher
of tbo Uurllbgnmo country cub nnd
vvnsvbost at ono of tbo largest of the
recent dinners given nt tho club for
the members ol tho bridal party. Miss
Cay In entertained nt n recent lunch
eon given nt tbo Pnlaco for tho brldo
und lor weeks before the wniMInc tlmi
lorsier Rirja or tho bridal part had u gay
round of leas and dlnneri. Thoy are
golnc east on their hnnpvmnnn nml
Cooper'H uro probably r.olng abroad. They ex
pect to travel during tho summer and
will return lo resldo nt San Mutoo.
Princess In Shy I,ongcr.
Tho numerous friends of tho Prin
cess Kuwnnnnikoa nro rejoicing ovor
her decision to remain in the Islands
until tho Inttor part of August, In
btond of sailing on tho Siena on tbo
10th of this month. Tho Princess has
been the motif for much entertain
mont slnca her arrival; In tact-rlio
hns been entertained morning, noon
und evening by her legion of friends.
Iho largest entertainment of this
(Continued" irsm P.i?c G)
the la t tsvent. f.ve vc.irs, nml h.ire
dcrc m.v 3l,ai.' in n.Mslllift him in
pre (rlilllin file public Willi belle,
freighting nnd pjssenger facilities, n
orca-don requlrecl, nnd I It list thnt
von vlll feo lh.it our reasonable re
quest for n proper approach will lie
Included In tills franchise. I remain, i
jourr. very truly,
(Signed) JOHN A. SCOTT."
(Spcclnl n ii 1 1 r 1 1 n enrreipcn.lencp.)
llll.O. ltaff.UI, Ail; 5.
Itnnnliilu, T. II.
Wh.irf propnslllnn nnl OImmiis-iI.
Wlnilow jiublle moeiliig. Hold llcemo
until lino iiusinesH luterculH have n
he.irliii; Public moellng will li' call
oil Aimnsl fi.
President, llllo Hoard of Tr.i 1"
The nliove Is the l("cl of n niieli-sn
liiesraap sent by K. IC'ltlchardi In the
Governor. Il shows In n veiy concise
maunrr JnM what Is I he p.-c;cni mil
Imlo of tho ciimmunlly here on the
As n nriller of fnet, I.. A. Thurs
ton has since ho i denied to llllo In
iho .Manna Km lanl Wednesday, be'ii
very Riicceisful In securing slgnulures
to n petition for the wharf, sdmll.ir In
lex' to tho one which was circulated
In Honolulu. 11i9 low Is cpilto com
moil Hint If tho firms which ship the
bulk of the frclRht urn satisfied, tho
proposition must be alright. There
aid on Iho oilier hand many who
want Ii hi shown, nnd It U for their
buioilt that a public meeting has been
called ;hlih will Like place M Fire
men'rt Hall Saturday uflcinnoii.
The statement made by the Gov
ernor and tho superintend, nt of pub
lie works to tho effect that the enllrii
mnttcr was "aired In llllo and fully
discussed" at the time if 111 meeting
called by Major Wlnilow to discuss
bailor lines, Is regarded in a J, veins
0Ht, to use n mild term. The only
the account ther.of piihlbhcd nt the
meeting was, ns may be fce:n from
tell account thereof published nl the
time by the Bulletin, that a wharf
might bo built by tho railroad com
ian.v. but it was not "fully discussed'
by any tmnns, nnd for Iho very reason
that thu subject wns introduced on its
faco nn n i-ldo Issue, and u discussion
thereof, beyond Iho In let remaiks by
1 )iursten. would have been (IiIIip1
foreign lo the mailer under consider
ation nt thu lime.
It Is coilulu Hint not ono word v.'.is
said about the terms of tho Hcmse1,
and these were absolute nows In tho
general public of this city until news
was received of the meeting held in
Honolulu. It Is thought quite po.-cplble
tjmt tho subject of tbo wharf wai
Introduced nt the Wlnslovv mooting In
order Hint It mlgjit later on be safcl
that tbo public of llllo bud b en noti
fied. If this Is the ciise it appears to
nuinv hero In have been n very .adroit
manner, though the i canon why tho
-,i,i rlnteudent of public woiki should
bo gunl-shocliii? hero for the be.iellt
of prlvnto tnlerosis does not ns yet
fcppenr qulto plain.
LAST WEEK of our
During tint week our great sMe proved so successful that we have
decided to ontinue .t for another v cck. The householdeu of Honolulu
took advantage of our generous ofiei m allowing them Roods at leduc
tlcns taiyinj: fiom 20': to 00'- off ordinaty i ales, and as we still have a
number of baipains left In all lines, we wcild aivtse tlijte who will be in
need of household fuinituie within the next lew.Tnonths to avail them
teles of this opportunity.
Metal & B a;s Beds!
Fotmcr Sale ,
Jricc. Price. !
$ 5.00 Metal . .$ 3.50 1
17.50 " . ... . 11.75;
21.00 " 14.00 1
23.00 " 15,00
28.00 ' 19.00
32.00 " 20.00!
40.00 " 25.00
38.50 Brass 28.00
60.00 " 40.00
100.00 " 60,00
Fuce. ' Price.
$14.00 OV.Jen Oak $10.50
21.00 " " 15.50
25.00 " " 17.00
30,00 " " 24.00.
08 CO " " 43.00
32.00 Mahogany 21.00
35.00 Bird's.E;c 23.00
43.00 " 30.00,
$22.00 Golden Oak $10.50
40.00 " " 30.00
75.00 ' " 50.00
80.00' " " 58.00
28,00 Weathered Oak 10.00
30.00 ," " 20.00
32.00 " " 21.00
Our regular stock of Nottinghams,
Cables, Irish Points and Brussels, in
white nnd Arabian, at
25 per cent discount
Odd Pairs Half Price
'$11.00 Golden Oak.
27.00 " " .
5G.00 Mahogany. . .
, .$ 7.75
, . 23.00
$1000 worth of FRAMED PIC
TUBES, in Prints, Etchings, Pastels
and Oils, ranging in price .from 50c
to $20, all go at 50'"- DISCOUNT.
J. HOPP & CO., LTD.
The House of Quality -----185 King Street
As fur ns can bo uJk?c1 at present point on whlcJIThere Is criticism la
there will bo no cry great oupo3itlou
lo tho KranllnB of th-IlceniioIat tho'
public meeting. The pelltlonsclrcii
lalcd by Thurston have beclCS'ilto
Koncrally slitncd, tbo CDinmon .theory
belm; nppiienlly thnt if the' bin ship
liers nro s.illslled the smaller ones
should hno nothln!; n fitir. -rhO'emefLloko. 4.
bass.l jnulho .usjial stunt of tho nil
mTiihVtniitmt ttrjwork Its schemes
throush vxUlioiurtaklni; tho public inln
IJff- conlhrMoWid the statement by
tlia officials, that llllo bad boon fully
informed Tvhout'iFIio matter Is regarded
not to be llooscve'lllan, ns a Imeo
3IISS ADA 1I1I()I)I.S, WII0SK K.GAfiKMK,T JO WILLIAM WILLIAM
MIX HA.h'iIL'U.V A'X(HT.('i:if.
ll'liolo by I'erlilus,)
thobO pronent Vvoro tho 1'rllicess Kit. week was irlven In lior lmn,.r . fi
waniinkon, Miss Mary Low, Miss Maud Sam Parker at hU homo at Walklkl!'
.,uu. ..... uuuvn nan;, ir. vvaio and this was in the naluui of n luaii, nml
IMr Jamison over 250 p.-oplo wero present. Ini-,
1 , ., ... mcdlatoly alter dinner nt the linkers-
ilUt ( roltrbtmi's 'Jen. y CU1), the I'll.ieers with seven nth. I
MUs Crolghton entertained at lea u'8 motored in tho hum. Tho plcturo
, I'riduy nlternoon, most of tho Ruesls of tho I'rinces'i which uppears In tbli1
being youne t'liis of tbo jouimer set. lssuo was tal en In Now York; nl-!
' A1?!." J9r'y. youngpeqpje were present tliough It Is btnmlful It does not do
nml Iho'hoiirs wore from 4 to 0. her Justice. '.'.' ' -1
Barley and Hops-
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 wopld drink the most of it. ,
But it is gooda'dyiceto say uDon't drink
the wrong beer." Some beer causes bilious
ness. Primo does not.
Primo is both good and good for you.
Nine people in ten would be better for
drinking it. . '
Primo is the home bccr? because ot its purity,
properly agcd; filtered' and sterilized. '
Keep a case in your home.'
Be sure it is
mi iwm ridP'
C, ,A Atp.
rhc.b.ecr That's J3rev;cd
To cluit The Chmeie