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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 20, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 14, Image 14',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., SATURDAV, MAY 20, 1911:
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&RING a photo of your father, mother, baby, or
friend, your, favorite horse, cat, dog or auto, a
bathing scene, or picnic party or any phoo you may
have and we reproduce from it a beautiful, life-like
picture on a sateen pillow top.
Guarantee given that
ofa Pillow Tops
can be washed and ironed, and will not fade. Try an
order and see how well pleased you will be.
Ino Mappon. Mr. Valentine .Macallliic,. Miss Helen Achillea wllj. leave llo-
MIsb Ilertha Mnrshall, Mm. J. S I noliilu for her homo some time In Oc-
Mclanphy. Mr. William Mclnecke.! tobor. Miss Achilles Ik nil ncconi-
lllss Agnes Melnlyrc, Mrs. William I pllshed gill with n charming person-
MniiBurrnt, Mr. J Mntt. Mrs. Si- nllty.
rail Newcomb, Mr. J. Ono, Mr. David
INinluhl. Mrs. T. II. l'etrle, Mlsij Tlio I'nnahou Dramatic Club will
Alice I'ortcr, Mr. J. S. Pratt, Mrs. C. present "Captain I.ettablulr" ono of
II. Haven, Miss Annie Held, Mrs. .. jlnrguurllH .Morringiun b suou "
HAWAIIAN VIEWS of the Pali, Diamond Head,
- Volcano of Kilauea, Wai-
kiki Beach, Coat of Arms, and others in stock.
Price only $1.00
Miss Kate Woodard
CJrtwrlght.WIIII.imi' 'Nuptials. ,
The uppiujolilng nuptials of Miss
Claim Wllllnuis and Mr Hruco t'urt
wrlahl, Jr., Is furnishing Kocli'ty inifeli
ii:il in plonsnut in tiilli 'about I'or
Oils wedding, followed by a large re
ception pioinlces In pe ono of Ihu
most iniiKnlflrent ainl beautiful affair;
over glun In Honolulu The decora-,
lions will lie pink and Mint, this color!
linn lecvlilly been ndopti'd In I'arlB
urn! Is M-iy K)pnlar In I'rnnco. Mini
Williams Is n cry oiigiual girl nnd
pol-esscH gionl artistic alilllly, some
of the planH for tho wedding aro be
lug kepi ipilet so t li c will come as
a distinct pleasure and surprlso In
iho guests. Mrs. Arthur Smith, a
friend of (he family has charge nf tlio
decorations for tlie church, and will
he assisted bv a bevy of oung so
ciety Rills. Mrs. Ailluir Smith wns
responsible for the ili'coiatlons of SI
Aifdiew's Cathedral on faster Sun
dii), her aitlstlo eapahllltles and skill
to achieve results aro universally
known. AlthoiiKh the colors of pink
and blue wilt he the fundamental note,
white ami Kiccu vtllt be used exclu
sively on the altnr ami chancel rail.
IJiihler lllllcs, white orchids maiden
hulr fetni ami palms n 111 combine In
yield a handsome decoration. Ten
ushers have been asked to officiate,
they will he Senator Kile A. Knildseil,
Mr (leorge Fnllur, Mr. B. Dnlhcnliorg,
Mr. II II Walknr, Mr. (lerrit I'. Wil
der, Mr. James Wilder. Mr. IM. He
demaii Dr. .lames Judd. Mr. (lustsv
Sclmufer and Mr. Harold Castle. I)r
Ferdinand Hedeman, will act as best
man, ami Mr. Dcnjamln I.. Marx, will
Klve Iho bride into the kcepliiR of
her futiiic hiielmml Mlts Williams
In choosliiR her mahls of honor, and
vouthfiil bililesmalds, hits displayed
liiueh Judgment, for the participants
aro all exceptionally pit'ttjr and wilt
add Krentl to Iho (harm of Iho af
fair Tim "tOO" of Honolulu hnvo ro
ci'lwd the fullowliiK Invitation:
Mrs. Clulro niolse Williams
reiilieslB tho honor or your presence
at the inarrtaKo of her daughter
Mr Ilruce Cnilwrlglit. Jr.
on Thursday ovonlne, June the (list
nineteen bundled and oleen
at eight o'clock
I St. Andrew's Cathedral
Iteceplloii at the resldenco of
Mr ami Mrs. II. 1. Marx
Klnau and Victoria Streets
at half after eight o'clock
Professor and Mrs. Gllmore's Recep.
faculty ami students of the Col
lege of Hawaii, tho board of regents
ami their wives were entertained at
an elaborate reception Tuesday after
noon tiom 4 to C. This beautiful re
ception was given at the nilmore's
It. lteldfonl. Miss I Itlpley. Miss
Alice nice, Mrs. T. 8. ltohluson, Miss
II. llitello Hoe, Miss ltohccca John
son, Mr. Paul t,eiicko. Miss Ktlini
Lindsay, Miss Carrol liw, Mrs. Klor
enco llodgc, Miss Helen Ilrown, Mrs.
Sarah LVcoto. Mrs, N. U. Emerson,
Mrs, V. It Haley, Mrs. Hermann
,...'. " .. " ..,,.. ,. , Hugo, Mrs. Hello Klehalm. Mlsi
liuinu 111 .llilliu.l (lliuy. i liu iiuiiiu Hiin . t.i... , i L.
r ranees iawreucu. ui, jumi likih
foot, Mrs. Krcd Lyman, Miss Vera
Damon. Miss Vera MacCalluin, Miss
detoratcd with the College col
ors of white and giccn. Wlilto roses,
carnations mid daisies plned,i con
spicuous pint In tho decorating
Mi'cCraeken, Mrs. W. A. Martin
Kcheme. Tropical palms, smllax amli""" "' ",,,.., ,; , ,,
i .....i' ' ..' i.. ....i Mrs. Manuel Phillips, Mrs. J.
7 ::.:. . .";:". nellly. Mrs. Lily lloblnsoii, Miss
...,w,.,. I...O v w. . .w.... , .
sor nnd Mrs. Ilalluu, 1'nifcssor and
Mrs. Keller and Piofessor and Mrs,
llrynn usslstcd the host and hostess
In receiving. Over one hundred guests
i Charles T. Wilder, Mrs, McDoiigal,
Mr. 0. tlnardmnn, Mrs. Crank O,
Mrs, l.iiclna Buckley, Mrs
Carl Iltiddo, Mr. ITdward Garden, Mr.
M nil ';8lle Clnrk' Ml"s Mnrlon Clark, Miss
."'mi I AUco Cooper. Mrs. J. J. Dowllng,
ani1, ' . I MIhs. Ida Blsworth. Mr. J. 8. Km-
puld their resjiocts and enjoyed tho
linspltatlty of 1'iofessor and
moie. Mrs. Arthur Andrews an
tl...l.. 11. !..... . .. ......
,i,u,u, ,ca ""' V"" Icrson, Miss llhmche Kcrgu-on. Mr.
co ate in tho din ng :room. Miss U-o , , J()8 , u ,.
Miss si rlam Clark. Ms. Che.lcr , h , Mnrio 0)Son Mr.
Hunt.. Ms. Mar In and Miss Blsworth j,Jtln;w nrannnl MlM cir(lela oil
assisted In passing the Ices and cako. , ,.,,, s aiIWt M,BH KIor.
Mrs. iTederlck kriiuss served fruit i p)re Hlrrcy MrBi u. u HnlBPJ.t M,BI1
punch on the lannl, that had. been rc !,, MrB, W. llarllim
.w.K,.. ...c, u.,wur JIrg IInrm011 Hcndrlck, Mrs. J. II.
Among tha guests were:
Hngncy, Miss Bthel Harrison, Miss
Professor and Mrs. John M. Yonnr, Mrla' Hitchcock, Miss Huth K.
Professor and Mrs. P. Donagliho, Pro.
fessor nnd Mrs. P. T. Dllllnghum,
ProfusMir and Mrs. It. A. Keller, Pro
fessor nndMrs. A. U Andrews, Pro
fessor and Mrs. II. M. Ilnlloii, Pm
fehsor ami Mrs. B. II. Porter, Profes
sor and Mrs, V
Hopper, MrB. E. C. Ilarton, Miss Mur
iel Howntt. Miss Ida Ingalls. Mis. .1.
I.. Johnson and Miss Huth Johnstone.
Mrs. Edawrd Sturges, wife of Cap-
I tain Sturges of tho Fifth Cavalry, nr-
MncCnnghcy, Hov-' ,.,,, i.,,,..- ,, ti.e tran8rt shcrl
eieml nnd Mrs. W. Pelmy. Dr. Pierre ,, nfu,r n llPuKhtful visit In Call
Cersole. Prufessor II. II. Severn, forn, Mrg gturKes Is ono of the
... . . r u . ' ' "' ura,lss' most attractle and popular young
MsiTM. M. odcr. Miss T. M. Lee. ,imtr(mB nl sdioflol. Harracks, and
.miss u. i. ureen, rroiossor and Mis. ,, ,)ecn accor(ie, warm welcome
W. fl. llrynn. Judgo und Mrs. Henry .. ncr ,.. frc,B, The following
It. trooper Mrs. iiosmer. Mr. Hnlph i r0,,C(1 frutn tle s, v, chronicle:
S. Iiosmer, .Mr. and Mrs. Alonznl , i,-.i.r,i u,i, ,.,. utimi t.vt,tnv
(.artley, Mr. and Mrs. C. MonUguo 0) ,no tranaiwrt Sheridan for Mono-
Cooke. Mr. ami, Aire. Charles 1L Hem- )llIll( nftcr vt of lw rannths with
enwny. Mr. A. T. Akow, Miss Agnes n,.r n)0l,rr MrB. Montgomery. A
Alexander, Miss Jlargucrlto Ashford. grmll, ,)f frcmig wore at the dock to
Miss Jullotto Atherton, Senator. w8j, 10r )0n VOJBOl
David Hakcr, Mr. W. O. Haruhariit,i
Mr. Nathaniel lllart, .Mrs. P. P. Scdg- After a delightful trip to tho coast,
wick, Aim. William H. Soper, Allss r. and Airs. Arthur Hlce rotiirned on
Miriam Stacker, Airs. Ulrlch Thomp- (ho steamer Wlthelmlna,
ron. Air. Edward Tracey, Airs. Yont? Mr. and Airs, Percy Pond are ro-
Tong, Alt. A. H. Tnlloch, AIiV. A. Jolclng over the arrival of a s. n ami
Waldenhaur Allss Agnes E. Walker, aro receiving tho congnU'ilatlins of
Airs. Giisslo Weston, Miss Dorothy their ninny friends.
Wood. .Miss Alay Worthlnglon, Allfl.l
W. S. Wltte, Air. Pook On Wat, Air ' Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Wntklns aio
Yogi, Airs. William II. Illcc Airs, visiting Captain and Airs. Putnam at
Halph Lynn, Airs. John D, Kelley, Air their home at port linger They will
I). 11, Kuhns, Air Jay Kulins, Air. ho tho guests of tho Putnums for an-
Alarurlchl Kunumoto, Allss Cather- other wcok.
an. In Clmrletf H. lllshup Hall this
cvonng. eoinmcnclng at 8 o'clock.
Excellent nmnteur talent tins uecn
Airs. Arthur Smith will spend tho
week-end with (Icnetal and A1rs.
Davis. Air. Arthur Smith has been
gone on a business trip to Hawaii and
will not return until Tuesday.
Airs. Chapman, wlfo of Captain
Chapman of Port Shafler, will enter
tain the Wednesday llrldge Club
week after next nt her charming
homo at Port Sluifter.
Airs. Clifford Kimball of llalelwa
and two children, will IkII her mo
ther and faher. Air. and Mrs. Thomas
King for several weeks In June.
Air. and Airs. Harold Dillingham
and young sou left Priday for Alouiit
Taiitiilus, where thev will nistlcato
for a week or ten ilavs.
Allss I. ola Cratg will spend th'J
week-end ns the guest of Air. and Airs.
-U Teniiey Peck.
Airs. Halph Iiosmer has been tho
guest of Airs. Arthur Smith 'or the
past week at the hitter's homo on
Allss Atargaret Llslimau Is In Ha
waii visiting the John Hoss's she has
also been the guest of Alls. W. II.
Air. A. E. Ilowlftnd who has been so
111 for the past week Is slowly con
vaJeBclng. Allss Cirnce Carrol left Tuesday for
a two weeks' visit at tho Volcano
CLIPPED OUT PICTURES TO
SHOW STYLE WANTED
Since the starting of tho great
clearanco shou sale at Kerr's Inst Sat
urday mall orders hava been coining
In from all over tho Islands. In Home
Instances the people sending In the
orders have clipped out tho pictures
or the shoes printed In tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
nnd sent tho clippings ulpng to show
what kind of style they wanted. Ow
ing to the demand for shoes at bar
gain 'prices several extra lots of tho
shoes have been placed with tho sale
goods and It Is still possible to get a
pair of good shoes at a price that Is a
a r gains in New and Used
We have taken in exchange
on sales of Steinway Grands
and other new pianos some
good used pianos, which our
tuner, Mr- Giesecke, has thoroughly overhauled,
and renewed, and rebushed the worn parts.
SIAIHt HAI.i lilltM)
KTAttll PIANO, STYMI fl.
These we are offering from
which is two-thirds less than
real value. We have Steinway Grands and Up
rights, which we sell at San Francisco prices.
' fill lssl tf
STKIXWAV JIlMATIlHi: (JKA.Nll
We have Seven Starr Pianos, Four Packard Pianos, One Kranich & Bach Piano, Fiye
Richmond Pianos, One Regent Piano, Two Gecilian Player Pianos,
One Regent Player Piano
All of these 21 Pianos are guaranteed absolutely new and first class. Our store is over-stocked and we have more pianos on the way
BETWEEN NOW AND JUNE 10th
We will sell any of the above Pianos, excepting the Steinways, at from seven to twelve per cent discount from our regular marked
price, which can always be found on any piano in our store. Terms cash or on easy installments.
We do everything in the way of tuning and repairing, and guarantee our work to be first class.
Thayer Piano Company, Hotel Street