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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1911.
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Dedication of Wllrelmlna Rise.
Tlinfsilat I'Vi'illiil!. Mio Kalnnul
Lnmt C. Mil ilollc.ilcd Wtlliulinliiii
Mint at S nVtorli. ' Mls Wlllicliiilua
Tenne bioko I fie Initio of cliatnnaKnu
over the Mime poit tieailni; (lie nani"
Ml. Htmittiti luiiilo a fuw rcinnrkt
ill. out Wlltieliillnn Itiso ntiil lliwor'
that VIII be iloiie on I ho Hploiiithl
drlvewliv ilurliiB Ilie next year. ,llu
rallcil. atlciitlmi to the fact that n
f C0,o6r imhllc school will hit elected
at tho entrance of tho drlto ti ml how
the company expects to ornament the
OilvoWjiv with tieen. etc After the
cereimiiiloB wore over at Kalnmkl,
tho jinrty motoicil to the Ciiuntry
Chili, where the rnnipnny enlerliiln
rd In honor of Miss Wllholinlna Ten
ney hy u ilniico nml Biippor.
Anions IIiuhc iiU'sent tteio: flov.
mill Mrs. Kienr, Mr. and Mrs B 1)
Tenney,. Mr. nnd MrH. Chns. Klslon
Mr. and Mrs. Kohl. Hoik, Mr. anJ
Mro. K. A. It. Hoss, Mr. and Mrn
tint Hthnefci', Mr. and Mm. Nelson
l.:iI.Rliir. Mr. and Mm. V. U Steele,
Mrs, Helen Noonnn, MrH. 1i cil Mnc
fnrlniic Mrs Andrew Fuller, Mint
Wllhelnilna TPimey. MIhs Minim Her-
p,er, MIbh Tllh Neumann. Miss Vio
let Mnkee, Miss Marlon I'hlnney, Mlm
Alice Itoth, Mr Ouy Mncfarlano. Mr.
RuniRo Fuller, Mr. Chns. A. Stanton,
Mr. Ilert Clnrlt, Mr. II. It. Hohlnson
Mr. Vernon Tcniicy,. Mr. 1M. llede-
iiinmi, Mi. Will Holh, Mr. DIck
Wrlulil. Mr llnli MrCorrlslon, Mr. F.
F. ThoiniiKon, Dr. 0. II. IIIrIi.
HeeiPiid and Mrs. Wiidnian anil
Mlm Daisy Wiidmnii will lento in
.lime for a three months' trip to thu
mainland. They will bii lllrectly to
their old homo In lloston, Mass. On
their way homo they will visit Mr
and Mrs. .lopepli Kllol Austin, wiio
are living In (lljn, Michigan. Mr.
Austin has accepted n lesimuslhlc po
silltni and they will probably take up
n permanent leshlence In tho North
cm part r jllrlifciui Mr. Austin win
rorme'rly mi otllcer In tho It S. Navy,
on account of lielniS a midshipman and
marrying without nsMiiK Hrmlsslon
or the authorities of Washington, I).
C; ho lost his conmilsslon he was n
ualliiut 'olllcer and held a splendid
leeord much riltlciViii was expressed
at the time over the decision at Wash
ington. Mr. Austin Is a nephew of
fleneral Charles King If. S. A., Mr.
ami Mrn. Joseph Flint Austin United
(ieneral ami Mrs. King for some tlmo
at their beautiful homo In Milwaukee.
Tim young peoplo tvoio the Inceutlte
for uiimeious rochil functions.
Iist Sunday llalelwn tvnn tho mee
rn for many uutomohlllstH, also for
those who went don u, by tho "Mm
lied" train. The golf links presented
en animated scene, nml tho bathing
bench had Its devotees nil' day. Many
of tho olllcers mid ludles from the
barracks at Udleluiu going down for
the bathing, which they consider par
oxiellonce. Among those lit the hotel
were the llnlsteads, Dr. Tucker Smith,
Captain and Mrs. Ortou, Mr and Mrs.
.1 II Itlchardsnn, Misses Hartuell
and Cm tor, Judge L-jmer Messrs.
Whitney mid Iirscli, tile Misses
I.ucas 12), and Davis, C'apt: and Mrs.
llalght. Limit. Warieii, Llout. 1'ay
tou, t'apt. mid Mrs Faulkner, Lieut.
Itoducy, Uout. I'felle, Mr. Hamilton
and Miss Nnin Fariisworth, the A. W.
this world -
T Ilottomlcys wlt,h Messrs. Jmiitcson
und Jordan, Col. Munslleld and Miss
Munalleld and party.
Owing to lack of accommodations
on tho Mongolia, Mr. and Mrs. Fieil
erlck Jeivett I.owrey have been com
pelled to change their plans, and will
not t-nll on the tucutlUli, but hnte,
booked on the steamer Wllhelmlnn
that sails Wednesday May tho twenty-fourth.
Mr. mid Mrs. Mitvicy have
planned a trip to Fmnpe. ami will
he gono tlx mouths. Much of their
traveling will he done by motor on
the Ihiropcnti continent.
Tho Iiraluard Smith's will not snll
on tho Mongolia, n was their original
Intention, but will leave Honolulu on
tho Wllhelmlnn on the 21th or this
month. The will go dlree'lt Fnt,
and v.lll summer In .MiUKurhusoliiM.
In n iiunlnt little town sixty miles from
lloston, at the old homestead where
Mr. Ilralnnrd Smith was horn. The,.
will letuni to Honolulu after the
Mr. IJpplncott, n rUIng young ar
chitect of Chicago, III., after n plea
sant visit In Honolulu nud thu. other
Islands was a departing passenger on
the llouMiilau for his home. Mr Lip
ptncolt Is -a cousin of Mr. and Mm
Mr. Oeorgo Castlo left Friday for
the Coast, en route for San Francisco,
whuro he will meet his family. Al
though tho Castles hate not made any
definite plans, they will In alt prob
ability spend tho summer In Califor
nia. Mr. nml Mrs. Walter Francis DH
llnghnri nro occupying the KchnacK
bungalow at Walklkl mid will spend
the summer months theic. This ar
tistic home was formerly owned by
Juilgo nnd Mrs. A. A. Wilder.
neverend nnd Mrs. Frdmnn Vvln
hato been living at the I'enlnsula
for some time moved Into .town the
111 st of the month, and nro now oc
cupying Colonel Jones homo on Ke
ttalii Street, near Wilder Avenue.
Mr. nnd Mrs, it. W. Vlnneilgo of
Seattle mo at llalelwa for a fuw
weeks, enjoying the golf nml sen
biithing, which Is especially good at
Mr. and Mrs J. Million Itlggs left
Tuesday for mi outing on Hawaii. Part
f the vacation will bo spent at the
Mr. and Mrs. Fredciick Klamp nud
Miss tilrnrd left town Wednesday for
lliulr suburban homo at Kabul i
w'luro they will probably spend Hi"
Captain and Mrs. Putnam wero the
guests of Major ami Mrs. llolbwvd.o
nt their rliarmliig homo at I.elleliua,
oter Thursday and Friday.
Mr, and Mrs. Harold Dillingham's
Mr. mid Mrs. Harold Dillingham
hato Issued Imitations for a dlnnc
that will bo given nt their artistic
bungalow on llcretmiln street, Mon
day evening,- of this coming week
Tho guests hato been bidden for a
seven o'clock lepast.
U. S. S. Thetis Departt for Hawaii,
The U. S. S. Thetis departed todav
for llawnll and will icturii to Hono
lulu, Friday. Mrs. Cochrnii, wdfe of
tho Cntpnin, and tho wife of I. lent
Every season a number of
Many of these are "freak"
ated features, without any fashion-authority back of them.
The one sure way to get correct shoe styles is to come to us
for a pair .of
in our store we have all the latest
famous footwear, and these Regal
all accurate reproductions of the most exclusive custom
shoes designed for this season.
Let us fit you to a pair of smart Rcgals. Then
how much better they look, fit and
BAOO SA50 $C00
Cor. King and
Wilcox will accompany their hus
bands on the trip. A visit to tho vol
cano of Klhi'iea will he made
Mrs. Frank Richardson's Cfrd Party.
Mis. Frank IMchnidsim was to hato
been one of this week's hostess nt
card "Friday afternoon was the aft
ernoon chosen for tho nffnlr. hut the
entertainment has been postponed un
til Tuesilny of next week.
Mrs. John McCandlets' Luncheon,
Mir. John McCamlless' cnlcrtnlncil
a half a dozen Of her friends Infor
mally at luncheon, Thursday after
noon, at her home on Dates stieet
Jewelry will be sold far below par
nil next week. The stole of the A
M. Diet Jewelry Co. on Hotel stlect,
Just around tho corner from Fort, Is
closing out and retiring from busi
ness. The whole Block will bo Closed
out fnr below cost as tho store must
be tacated by the end of this month
The Diet: store has been doing u
tery excellent business lit Its present
stnud for some yearn. However, when
the Woman's Kxchangc, which shared
thu store with the Dletz Co., decided
to go out of business, tho latter de
cided to take the same step mid retire
from active business.
The Dlctz company has a tery tine
stock of popular priced articles mid
has decided to slash prices right and
left so us to close out tho stock as
soon as possible. Watches mid Jew
elry, table silver and novelties will be
sold at astounding reductions, consid
ering that many of tho articles are of
solid gold or sterling silver.
An advertisement Is published else
where In this puper giving n list of
some of the Tjlirgnlns, hut n complete
list Is Impossible owing to the great
variety of tho goods In stock.
It will pay you to visit this store.
It will oven pay you to make pur
chases and save them until next
Sllva's Toggery has the luigest and
most coufplelu stock of the popular
Hart, Schutincr & Marx clothing It
has over carried These suits are ift
slgncd especially for spring and sum
mer wear and the materials arc chos
en with a taste that cannot fall to he
pleasing to the most exacting of fas
Ono of the most satisfactory feat
ures of Hart, SchafTncr & Marx
clothes Is the lines. No cont or trous
ers can possibly look well unless cut
on correct lines. It Is just heru that
the jllsUngulsliIng feature comes In1
between mi ordinary tailor mid all
artist tailor. I-ailles know this dlfTer
enco and rccogulzo that a maker of
gowns is very different from u senm
stress. Discriminating men nlso
know tho difference. But, the nver
ago man pays too little attenthm to
his clothes. Hart, Schaffner & Marx
till In this dellciency. They employ
the most expert cutters to bo found
and their clothes nro designed hy the
Drop In nt thu Toggery anil sen the
The Netherlands Fast Indies Itnil
vvay Co. has Issued Instructions for
survctlug opeiatlons In connection
with the constiuctlon of a tramway
from Uab.it via Prnmbon to Tocban
with a branch line to Ilodjoncboio.
new shoe styles appear.
styles, having exagger
.-j J A Smart
If You Are SicKIy
Just let Hostclter's Stomach
Bitters build up and renew
the entire system, make the
stomach strong and healthy
and keep the bowels free from
constipation. It has done so
in hundreds of cases in the
past 57 years and most cer
tainly will not fail you. Try
- it to-day for Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Costivencss, Bilious
ness, Headache and Malaria,
Fever and Aetie. Ask for
For sale by Benson, bralth & Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd,:
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
$3 up to $12
Coyne Furniture Co.
Youn cntrlnfs good
Rugs & Draperies
J. liopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
l O Ilox 840 I'lione '1093
KodaKs & Cameras
Flttod with x
High Grade Lenses
Wo lmve n l.irco Btoek nml
novi ml tn.ilu'H to chouse from.
Axl. im tu exiil.iln the Kreut ml
tiuituK ii f tliexu lilHlruineiitH.
Photo Supply Co.
PLACE CARD3 AND FAVORS
Novel (linlu-ns nml urtlftlu cnnciItH
faithfully exeeuteil Tlio prk'iia uro
imlounillllKlj low '
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Dullding
' BISHOP STREET
IN COI'LEY rniNis
PACIFIC PIOTUHE FltAMINQ CO.
XOno Nuimnn Strrnt
biimiiicr I Jay. .uul
Pau Ka liana
i s whim pim- "-virrr
I ,Hte, '!t''l HM7 t.
I f rt '""'"' VinJ
(HrWtill MMIH4fc W
ID MMII tMmillHl (WttKM
!f Mt)r rmtqrWHPtHiHMM
Bo Yon Know
that the films shown at the INDEPEN
DENT THEATER COMPANY'S houses are
thousands of people swear by every night.
Ever gince the Asahi Theater was opened
it has been doing rush business. If you
want to see
go there and listen to the Russell's comedy
sketches. They get the glad hand every
time. Do you know what good films
Visit the Independent Theater on Hotel
Street where you can take the family for
two bits. See the Asahi on Maunakea,
between Hotel and Beretania Streets.
The Manlln 'nlileiietn - American
ilntH tin rultuuliiK
Ki lili n V Tajlnr. who Ii.ih lieenen
KuKtil In pimiirlnn' Klllpimi InliorelH
fur Hid lliiuullun HiiKar l.inlntlons,
will U.itu fur H.ikiiIk Mmijlay to cenfir
with iimninr-(!i in nil Purlieu on mut
ter relative to the enirtntlon of na
tive InliorerH to lluvvall. Mr. Tnlor
ncelveil a leleKratii from the (invrrn-
or-Clcncral yrxlenlny Invltliie him to
When iinlxil.hy n CnhleiievvH-Anierl-tun
npreuitntlve reKanlhiK tho nutiire
of the iiiteitlonii to ho ilUciiHMeil, Mr.
Tut lor wihl that he hail not tho least
lilen of the ritiHiniH for the confirenee
Mr Tiijlor anil MrH. Taylor p.ihl n
IkU to their Him, Mr. lteynohlx. nml
lilH family nt IIiikhIo IiiHt week, nml It
Ih not nnllkelv that thin tlnt Iiiih been
In Home twiy eonnecteil with u rnmoreil
inlintlon on the part of Mr. Taylor to.
mc cure iKorutH for lahor pinpimeH
IlliMio ifciuiifiin ii, linn eni-,-i Hiii'
i urr.'iit lii Hamlin nt the tlmo of Mr.
'llllol H IHll IIIHI tveli. lllll lie lienieil
hatini; hml nny Hiieh IntentloiiH win n
tohl iihont the rumor hy u C'nlili nevvH
representative eHti rilay.
Mr Tu) lor will he neeonipnnlul hy
two prominent lepreio.Mit.itvi In of the
llavviili mm'ir ptople, nim of whom Ih
Ml I. I' l'liiMiam, who are expulHil
to nrrlvi on the MiiiikoIIii Salur.l.iy
Wlllluin rrniielx, u nuni nct'liseil of
iiiiiulerlnit Mary Heiiderum nt Cnl
iiiiiIiiih, Mil, Mm 1 l!"il, Ik reinrleil
under intent at Din liuiii, N (' A re
nalil ot $.. iUU tviiK nffered fur III ' (ti
ttue nenily ten yearn iik
' pHtCRTAr UlNJAMIN COM?0IIMij
Bherbalo ,Mi I
H Curos Omullnallon, lMmf
MA.i.N.M.Kiib $3m .
B IllObll, aWfSb I
I Miiniailiiii,her flVdiiiiW. I
I UutnlaCir flP B
I liiurnk tho Ki'lmm VlT I
i limy w i
Independence. Don't be
HOW'S YOUR STOMACH?
If not in trim, perhapt you are not
getting your meals from us. We are
selling a very fine quality, and some of
It should yo Into your home.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILURON & LOUIS, Proprietors
HAVi: IXU'HMMl Till: AMfH'NT HI" I.IU11T OltTAlN'Alll.n
loll A t'lIUTAIN HUM AMI I.Ml'llOt UI Till: UIAI.ITV HI-'
Everyone can afford Electric Light
1IY I'HINO MAZDA LAMPS ISHTIWIl ur Till: (II.U tvim:
('AUIii)N LAM I'M
Electric Co., Ltd,