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f'" ' - EVENINQ DULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1911. " "' " ' " 13
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GARDEN ISLE GAY
they will lio greatly missed by tiielr
.Honolulu friends. Tills charming
Icnuple will return to Honolulu for
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vrlght-Wllltums wc-ilrtlnn on 11. i first
I of June. Uti this occasion Senator
Kmidgcii will met tut one of the' uali-
aociciy women 01 tauai nosi esses ai Large uancing rariy cra
Saturday Evening Notes of Local Happenings.
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IpSlBNlSH YOUR HPMA:
UK laillcH of tlio "Mokilinna business men of this city. Ilotli the
TClub" of Llliuo, Kauai, enter
tained at a verf delightful
ilnnce on Saturday ovuuliig,
May IheMlilrtcenth. Aliout
two hundred or Kauai's no
ddy people wcio presen. Tlio iluiic
Ini; liall una most artistically decor
ateil wltli pnlnm unil Iltiih anil hang
ing baskets, tlio only Mowers, used
wtto nasturtiums, mill tliey wero used
In ureal profusion, banks of tln trail
ing vines with their brilliant ll owe in
making n Milking contrast ngilnn
the i It'll green of the palms.
Among thono especially noticed
woio Mrs. Clonics Itlce, president of
tlio Club, who was much udmlrcd In a
hanilsuiiio touriiolse blue satin guwu
with Kohl net overdress, tiny crlin
loii roi oa k!Iiir mi aillallc Mulshing
touch to this cliariulnj; costume. A
youiiK iieopln are exceedingly popular
.Marshall lliirrach In I'ni'llaiiil.
Miirshall Darraeh, the great 'hake
speuru impersonator, who uuido suoli
a hit In Honolulu Is being gic.itly en
tertained on tlio coast. An exchange
Bays: ltobeit l-owlsi hi cntertiilnlng
Marshull Darraeh of New Vmk at the
Arlington Club during his stay In
I'oitlnnd. Kred Greenwood, who Is
also visiting In Portland, was host at
a large dinner on Thursday evening,
at which Darraeh was the guei.t of
honor. A number of Han Fraiiclscnun
who have been north for the Klruiess
wcru I in: lulled uiiiong the guestn.
.(iltulml mid Mrs. Conies' Dinner.
Admiral and Mrs. Cowles enter
tained delightfully at dinner Tucsduy
Oreelan band of blue and gold wasVenlng. Pink usters mid lace mald
worn about her head. Mrs. Mans e m,. ,.oluced an cffectlvu decora
lhonltcrg was legally handsinno liii Hon. with iicc-Asorles of pink shaded
black satin aud ehirton. Mis. Haylord candelubr.V Covers wero laid for
Wilcox was becomingly i-.ttlrud In! eight,
blue crc o do chine and Spanish lace.l
nuyiu lueiueiiiy iiuiiuie. sirs, ruur.iiii i i.nm I lilirnaiunil ill t olllltry null,
Tlio players were finite zealous at
the Indies' gulf tournament that took
place oil Thursday, May 18th at the
Oulm Country Club. The links wero
in tine shape, mid the players In
woie yellow satin veiled, with chif
fon v.-llli ttlmmlngi of Maiab.m. Mrs
A. K. Wilcox worn a li:tudsiium gown
of black Jetted chiffon over white sat
in, airs. i.. ii. iiaiiiwiu was very prci- in nno Biuipe, nun inu players In ox
ty lu pink. Mrs. Robertson wore ajcellent form. Miss Wilheliulna Teii
most ecomlng gown of yellow sat- ney won the handsome silver loving
in ami ciunon wun a yei:ow nami tiiicup.
her dark hair. Mrs. Ilalph Wilcox
wore nn elaborate gown of soft blue .Major and Jin, Hiirnham's llliincr.
silk with coral Irlniinlugs. Mrs. Win. Wednesday evening Major and Mrs.
Uanford was very pretty In pale pink. Huriihuin entertained Informally ut
with silver trimmings. Mrs. J. II
Coney wore a handsome gown of pile
blue satin with an overdress of heavy
gold laou. Mrs. W. II. Hlce, Jr.. was
must attractlvo In while silk with sil
ver tilnimlngs. Mrs. Ilroadhent was
very pretty In pink Biitln and whlto
lace. Mrs. S. W. Wilcox lookod very
dainty In grey crepe, du chlno with
rich laco mid crystal trimmings. Mim
II. 1), Wlilianl was handsomely gown
ed In Mack. MrB. II. Ilohrlg woro mi
lmioited gownof uhllu satin w'llh
heavy band tilinmlniw of silver u sin
gle ialo pink rose was woin with this
elegant costume. '
Dancing waB enjoyed till a luto hour
' after which a. delicious supper was
The engagement of Miss Kathryn
Wulsh to Mr. Henry Cuahinun Curler
lim been iimiounced. Miss Walsh vis
ited the Islands for several mouths
last winter, whtn she met Iter fate.
This handsome young girl comes from
a prominent and wealthy family In
dinner. Covers were urranged for six.
Among those present were Major mid
Mrs. Kennedy utid Mrs. A. T. llald
wln. Djiicp til Outrigger Club.
A dunce Is being given this evening
at the Outrigger Club.
A pleasant Rirprlse was given Mi
ll. Howard Hitchcock, when his wife
duvlled several Intimate friends to
dinner Monday ovcnlnu. Tlio enter
tiilnineut wns In celeb -aliou of Mr
Hitchcock's birthday. , (ireeu and
wldto was I ho clioen color cclicim1.
Tim iilace cards were tirllst'c, Insarlb-J
oil wi'h suitable ami Instructive uiio
tatlous by the faviprlto autliory of the
guest of honor. Tliuso prejent bc
bl,le Mr. nml MrB. I). Unwind Hitch
cock were Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph l.
Cooke, Mr. ami Mrs. tJerrlt Wilder
Mr. and Mrs. C. Monlagiio Cooke aud
Dr. Tucker Smith of tlio United Htnten
Tuesday, Senator mid Mrs. Krlc Al-
Davcnport, Iowa. Mr. Cushinim Car-fred Knuduen departed for their boniu
ter Is well known In Honolulu both on Kauai. A large contingent of
in business and social circles, lie friends were ut the wharf to bid them
1b a prominent stock broker and Is 'good-bye. Senator mid Mrs, Knud
conuidured among the rising young sen mo great social favorites mid
Bridge rWi at Hotel Courtland.
Tin- 1" ..(nightly Urhlge Club met,
Wediitc.'av evening at tlio Hotel
Courtland. Tho guest of this charni
liiie private hotel take a keen Interest
In the club and the meetings result
In a pleasant pastime for the guests.
At this week's meeting .Mrs. Johnsjii
won the firs! prize, n"palr of beautiful
silk hosiery. Dr. Philip Frvnr iioiseu
ed Hid highest men's score, an I wu
awarded a pair of hand embroidered
silk suspenders. Sixteen guestB par
ticipated In the contest.
Morning Music Club. ..
Next Wednesday tlio Morning Mu
sic Club will hold their last meeting
until niter the summer inuutlis. So
tunny of (lio member me planning
trips nwny for the summer that it
was decided to illscoiillmio the meet
ings this Is not a nl'iv li.partnre tin
the club, for it hap never been omi
tomarV for this organisation tn meet
thiougli the warm wcaihci.
Kx-flnveriior mid Mrs. Oeorgo It.
Carter MN. Harry Macfnrlaue, nr.d
Mrr. Adams (Mrs. Waller Dilling
ham's mother), returned on Sun lay
front KiiiiiI, where they have been the
guests of Senator fleorge II. r.ili
chlld for the past two weeks.
During their visit they look in all
places of Interest Im the islunl, mo
toring about over the Bplendld Kauai
roads from daylight till dark. Tint
"burking sands" ut Maaa were visited
with Mrs. Kuulseii mil the wonderful
cares at Haenu, ut the other cxtrsinc
end of the Island were visited during
a visit of a few days at llanalel wheio
Mr. mid Mir. A. S. Wilcox entertain
ed the parly.
Mr. oiul Mra. K.uiicls Day, Hon. urn!
Mrs Charles lllco uud Dr. and Mrs
Piiluam were among tlio other Kauai
people who entert'ilncd these distlu
Mrs. Adams Is most enthusiastic
over the (iurilt n Island and hopes In
the near futuie to own a summer
home In beautiful llanalel.
.Miss Kuydu Kubrlskt, who visited
with her mother ut the Momm hotel
In 1UI0 and who Is now Mra. Frank
lluck, wus very liopular In Honolulu's
smart cot. The following item will
be of lutuiest to her numerous
friend: The color scheme chosen ut
the wedding of Miss Zayda Zabrlskl
mid Frank Uuck has been the sub
ject of comment In New Yurk, .where
the wedding look place ut the Church
of the Truiisllgtirutlon. The bride
woro u whltc'sutlti gown draped with
chiffon embroidered in ceed peal Is,
unil tier attendants wer In gold col
ored m'lu veiled with lose colored
nun qulKi'tto unil woro gold laco theat
er caps with narrow band frills
trimmed with tiny pink roses. The
wedding vus one of the prettiest In
color ijlTeets of tlio season. Mr. mid
Mrs. lluck will return to this city for
Quality Brass and
If )oil desire hli:ii-i lass lied, you
can not do liettir tli.nl examine tlil
exiiil?lto line. Twelve Ktyles of brum
bettH mid home 110-odd Iron beds ot
A limidMiiiin hrus bed, neat plain
lines. 2-Inch poM. heavy tillers, either
polished or satin HoIhIi, at the low price
ol Slt.V Others up to ill".
Iron beds, 111 plain mid scroll effects,
In white, cream, grii n, unit Vernlu Mar
tin finish, priced n low iu I.1.T& and
lip to ttS.
Extra Special for Thli Week Chil
less mc-tal bed, lt-1ii tontlnuoiis pil
lars, seven lieavy hltir. Ivory or Vr
iiIk Martin tlnhOi. It e.u'.ir prlc, J13.-,0;
thli week only, $10.
Comfortable Springs and
' UltlXCi ItKST TO A Tllt: IIODV
The inattrese.' IhteiL lielow are made
III our own shop and every one I of
tin' lilK.Vt poisllile uoallly at tbeprlcu
given, mitt lira mi guaranteed from the
cheapest to the nni.it epenMe. Nice
linn of Tlcklutf to M-liit num.
t:eelNlor iiiuttreKX J .Wi
t'otliiii-top malt-ens '.... ri.llll
Mo;.m mattress to.fln
I''Io:h muttres 1'J.UD
(rey hair niuttre' 75c a pound
While hair lu.itli eKxe: Jl a pound
Woven wire, with wood frames...
J.r,u to J7 00
CIijIii wire uprlni;: , mi tal frame..
.f,0 to J'J.OO
Genuine Live Geese
Down & Feather Pillows
You need a pair or two of good pil
low.', pillows n-'mt are Illicit Willi pure,
ileal,, odorles.s feathers: pillows that
mi KiiuriintciH-l or money refunded. We
have them In u stock size, In number
of grades to select I mm.
I'Valher plllowi $175 each and up
Hici- pillows $1.00 mid up
Ilvtru sele, t live gv. . m'IIhtn and
lowti In bulk made up any Mje pillows
you may desire
Go-Carts and Baby
rT 7" K just w-Jiit you to give us an opportunity
VV of .showing you through the store, to
introduce you to the quality anil style
of our goods. An acquaintance with the
prices will result greatly to your benefit.
Then we want to tell you of our little pay
ment plan it will prove a great aid to yuu.
Won't you favor us with a call?
. Beautiful New Rugs
and all manner of
. New Floor Coverings
When you commence renovating, you .ire mre to llnd that
route of vttur llonr covering Pave outgiuwn their iiefuliiti and
will iimhI ripliiflnir.
Winn you think of tlione now llo'or coverings, wo want your
thoushtd to be of tills Moi. Thn newest mid bent thing from
the foremo'.t In the land Will be found lure priced to save you
These Special Prices for This Week
Regular CO, 0x12 l!nl.i,.n tiig. in oriental mid tloral pat
tone . I tils week at ?1C.
AXM1NSTER RUGS '
Itegiilnr 30. xl2 Axtnlnter Hugs, many beautiful ' ileflgm
Mid colorings, this week at $25.
Itegul'ir ST,, 3hx'i: Axurn,.tcr Hugs. Large assortment to se
lect from; all this season's pattern" Special thl wink, V4.
America's foremost Wilton Hug. In pleasing I'erslnn, Orfeiitul
mid small all-over lutterm. hi the softest of coloring; u rug
Unit will lust u lifetime. Curried In till slzei. from a 27x51 to
J 10. !lx12, special tills Week. $45.
$0. -JixM Wllloti Itiigs itiirlug this week lit tile special price
COCOA DOOFt MATS-SIx l.es: pilcii 1 to 15 60.
Superb Furniture for live
Vi o en n satisfy both vour iuno and
tait b jmri busing bedriKini furniture
hero V tiave lovely tuMlioom 'foriil
tiir.. In golden ik. fumeil o.ik, wal
nut, blrdseye maple, mid mahogany, In
Litest ib'sli'.us, w,ll built and llulslied.
(lolilen oak dresseri, ,. . .$1S to J7U
lllrdseyo dressers ,..35 to $'J3
Mahogany dressers S3? to Ui
tit golden llr dressers, good-nix
lias.-. ICxSt l'reiicli bevl mirror, this
wieL only, $10.75.
In all the dlffeient finishes, with nml
without mirrors, from a plain oak 24
inctiei, wide up to the large storage
chest. 4ii Inches wide. I'rloe, 1 10 to
We liave u few odd mid discontinued
patterns In mahogany and hlrilscyc that
we in,, offering ut the following reduc
tions: lllrdseyo maple, "it.", now 132.00
llldseye maple. $43, now 30 00
Maliogiiny. fr,(i, now 40.01)
Miibogany. JM. now 2'J.00
.Mnbo;:imy, $15 w 27.00
Dressing tables are almost n neces
sity 111 a well-iippiiluted bedroom. They
ndd so much comfort to a holy In mak
ing her toilet Xuinernuf. Ilnlshes and
Mahogany 2C to $40
lllrd-eye $1 In $40
riolden oak $2t to' $30
Largest mid Host Assortment lu
city. $.' to $:;s.
t'hevnl mirrors, In oak and mahog
any $48 to $70
Threo grades, six colors, any
size up to 120 inches, (let our
residence after a brief wedding Jour
ney 111 the east.
Two prominent society women ol
Han I'rauclsco, Mis. 11. Mnri."iu ami
Mrs. llley arrived on the Mongolia
ami wero Hit guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Davidson. The day spent "n
Honolulu was devoted mainly to
slglit-seolng. Motor trips were taken
to tlio rail', Mnaualuu and the Coun
try Club. Mrs. Biey and Mrs. .Morgan
were so infatuated with tlio beauties
of Hawaii Ncl Unit they are planning
to spend several of tlio winter nioiUhs
of 1912 In the Islands. They enjoyeu
the round trip on the Mongolia to
.Inpan, lliidlug the sea trip extiemol)
Mrs. Call Hiding and her noil, Mr.
Carl Holing, ure thoroughly enjoying
Honolulu afier mi nlnence of fourteen
yoars spent mostly In (lermuiiy where,
Mr Ilollnf has been a student. Mrs
llotlng and her son plan u remain
lu Honolulu until tlio Clirlstiu-M ''.oil
days. Mrs. llotlng Is visiting with
her two Bisters, the. Misses Wicl-o
The John Francis Howler will oc
cupy their charming Valklkl homo
after llio III t of Jiiiib, Ilia .ludgo de
mons who have been occupying the
Howler place moves to Kalmukl this
mouth. Mr. and Mrs. Howler will bo
at homo to their numerous frleu U
after .lime first ut Wulklkl, at proa''
cm thev aro at the Macdouuld,
Mrs. Alice Hastings and her beauti
ful daughter, Alice, start for' u tour
of Kurnpe. In the fall. Mrs. Hasting'
health Is greatly Improved, uud Alice
has developed Into a very beautiful
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