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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU.-T. H SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1911.
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A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
' American Plan Room with Hath nnd
Hoard rrom H.00 u It.iy
Eurcptan Plan ttoom with Ilalli from
, 12.00 n, tiy
Spooial Monthly Ratea
A IiIrIi-cIhsi Family nml Tourlat Hotel.
Itnir llick from Cnhinihlii Theater,
mil on .tlio ciIro of tlio Itcltill Shop
ping District. Kvory room with Prl
valo Until. Positively Flrrproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
If possible, n little better than
The Sa Special
In which are Incorporated
certain refinement! that will ap
ueai to thote who want the best.
Regularly fitted with tho Zeiss
Kodak anastigmat lens f. 6.3 and
Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT ST. BELOW HOTEL
PLACE CARDS AND FAVORS
Novel designs mid nrllstla conceit
Jthfiilly executed. Tbo prices arn
lotindlncly law. ; ,i ', -rts
& Crafts Shop
( Alexander Young Building
'.. , m copiey Pinrn '
BACOIO PICTURE FHAMIHO CO.
1050 Kauaaa -Street -
ii i lit
lfl ' NEVER-LEAK
III. 4.1 -' i d l . i
Cheapest and best.
Will not taint water.
Waterproof and time-defying.
Requires no cyating for many
Can be used on flat or steep
Lewers & Cooke.
177 8. KING STREET
Regal Shoe Store,
Beretanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
"Tlio Pioneer Plumber"
132 Merchant 8treet Phone 1931
. Honolulu Monument
WorRs, Ltd. .
Successors to 8haw & Seville
KING STREET. NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3085 P. O. Box 481
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COW
8tom.lf.ti and Liver
Cures tlio Kldne) 8.
"THE TAYLOR NURSERY" was de
cigned for the purpose of covering the
needs of the sleeping, resting baby
from birth to three years and over, and
aids the mother In Innumerable ways
(o preserve baby's health as well as her
own. It Is the only baby bed that helps
care for the baby, night nnd day.
THE SAFETY HOOD absolutely pro
vante hahv falllnn out or elimhina out.
and is also a perfect device for holding'
up n mosquito netting off of baby, out
of doors or in... Spiders and mosquitoes
can not then reach the baby, who Ilea
safely within. The hood is also splendid
to hold a comforter if you want to dark
en the bed for baby's steep, or to pre
vent draughts of cold air.
Notice that "THE TAYLOR NUR-
SERY" Is high. It goes over the
(Mother's bed, and the frame slides un
derneath, taking ip no room.
THERE'S A SANITARY NIGHT
BOX at one side of the bed in which
to keep clean napkins, powder, and oth-
r baby toilet articles. The Night Box
has a .lid, so that aoiled napkins oan
be) closed in tightly, thus avoiding
odors and the necessity of mother get
ting out of bed after she has retired.
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J: Hopp & Co.Ltdr w
T 7 a . k .. . m. 1
OAHU FURNITURE -CO."
King 8tret, opposite Young Hoteli
P. O. Box S40 Phono SMI
port 8treet Near Beretanla
DRY GOOD8 FOR ECONOMICAL
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla 8traets
FINE LINE OF DBY GOODS i
WAH YING CHONG
' ' ' CO;, " ' ,
Xing Street, Ewa Fithmvket
Wing Chong Co.
MHtf BTm hear bethjsl
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc. etc. All kind of KOA tnd HI
8I0N FUEN1IUEE made to order.
And Cloth of. Al duality Cn k
SANG CHAN 1
P, 0. Box 961 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL Q00D8
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Nuuanu, near King Street
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street
Mrj nnd Mrs. C. M. V. Fnrster will
leave today for llalelvn, the foimer.
will return to town.Mnndav, but Mrs.
Fnrster rill remain at the "hot.ioj
beautiful" for n week. J
Mm. T. Rnln Walker nnd Mlss
Itcatrlco Walker of England arc cozlly'!'
domiciled nt the. lintel Plcnsantnn. I
Mrs. T. Cllvc Dnvles and children
aro HoJoiirnlnR at the Davlca' iiiuiin
inln home on Tantnlni. MIsh llentrko.
Walker will drive up today nnd 8hmmI
a week with Mrs. Davles.
Mr. and Mr. Olson nrc occupying
their bungalow In Mnnoa Vnllcy. Mrr.
Oluon Is looklnR the picture of health
ulnce her trip around tlio world.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Theocloro Lansing and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Nelson Raker I-imsliiK.
aro spendlnB roycrnl weeks at Ka-
neohe. Tno men folk motor to town
each morning;. The cool cllmAto on
the north aide of the Island Is very
Mr. nnd Mrs. AiiruMus Murphy and
MIhb Thelma, will spend tho month of
AiiRiist nt tho W. W. Hall's, nt tho
Captain. and Mrs. Dan Hand, arriv
ed Thursday on tho transport Slier
man. Captain Hand belongs to tho
Field Artillery and went Immediate'
ly to Lcllehun: Mrs. Hand and tho
children hnvo been the eucsts of Cap'
tain and Mr. Arthur Marlx. Captain
nnd Mrs. Hand nre very popular and
will boa grcnt axjnnlslllon to tho ser
vice folk, stationed at I-ollehnn. It
is to be rofrrotled'that they nre to bo
stationed so far from town.
Mlsfl Donhani, who has been tho
Kiiest of Ment. and Mrs. Honhani. loft
on tho China, for her homo In York,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick DwlRht Low
rey, Mr. and Mrs. Orlfllths and Mr.
Sherwood I.owrcy aro spending a por
tion of tho slimmer, months 'at "Nl
nlko," tho mountain home of tho !ow
reys. If they entertain they will all
bo of nn Informal nature.
Major and Mrs. T)nvld Porter, nro
en rontfl to the Plilllpplno Ixlnnds, and
were most enthusiastic over the nrau
ties of Honolulu, and expressed them
selves as delighted over tho excellent
roads that this city affords for motor
Ins. Major Davis holongs to the U.
8. Marino Corps, nnd wna n passen
ger on tho Sherman. His wlfo wns a
Washington, D. C girl nnd was one
of tho reigning beauties of that city.
Major and Mrs. Carson nnd two
children enjoyed their hrlof stay In
Honolulu, while the transport Sher
man was In port. A number of their
friends -belonging to the service woro
nt tho wharf to greet them.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Watson and their
llttlo girl, Virginia, and Dr and Mrs,
William Mnoro and their throe chil
dren, nrc loavlng today for HnuuU
where they will spend several weeks
at tho HnuuU Hotel. Tho men folk
will only spend the week-end at. this
nttractlvo spot, liolm; compelled to
return to town on account of business.
Mrs. Chnrles Wilder nnd young son,
nro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis (lay on Kauai, Mrs, Wilder sallo.l
Tuesday on tho Klnaii.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edward Thorn p
son have taken beautiful apartments
at mo Aicxuimvr xuung jiuiui,
Miss Peurn and Miss Fitzgerald of
California, who hnvo been visiting
Miss Mlna rtorgcr, are tho houso
guests of Miss Allco Mncfarlane, nl
her rcsldonco nt Walklkl.
Miss Annie Park and Miss Edith
Mist aro spending several wocks at
their brothor'a bungalow attKaalawal
Dr. and Mrs. J. If. Ilnymoml have
icnted thd Drelcr'g beautiful homo on
1538 Tlcrctanla avenue, and hnvo tak
en up their residence This house In
next door to the Mncfarlane home,
where the Raymonds have been resid
ing. Mrs. Raymond's daughter, Miss
Violet Mckce, Is on Maul, visiting at
the Raymonds ranch. Mrs. Raymond
will leave Tuesday for Maul.
It Is rumored that Cnptaln Clif
ford Ilabcock, U. S. A. who was quar
termaster captain of tho transport
Sherman, will soon servo In that capa
city on the transport Logan; It Is to
bo hoped that this report Is true, for
Captain Dalicock Is exceedingly po
pular n Honolulu, and thoy nil ro
eroded when ho went back to tils ru
glmont, Captain and Mrs. Hopkins of tho
Field Artillery, arrived on the trans
port Sherman, the Captain Is Adjutant
of tho now battery that will bo sta
tioned at Schofleld Darracks.
Mrs. Swift and tho Misses Swlrt,
wlro and the two dnughlers of Colonel
Swift, U. S. A., were through passen
gers mi the lrniisort Sherman for
tho Philippines, where they will Join
thi Colonel. Tho Mlspes Swift aro
beautiful girls, ot a blonde typo.
General Sumner, V 8. A.( wn ex
tensively entertained while ho was In
Honolulu, while the It. S. transport
Sherman wna In port.
Mr. T, Cllvc Davlcn enteHnlncd In
formally nt tea at (ho Country Club
In honor nf Mrs. T, Italn Wnlk'r nnJ
Miss Beatrice Walker, Tuesday after
noon. Miss Josephine has been lesuscltat
Ing nt Hnlclwa for the pnst week.
Chaplain and Mrs. Hell and Miss
Hell arc stationed at l.clbhim, arriv
ing on tho transport Hlioruinu. Miss
Hell Is tcry nttrnctlvc nnd athletic,
being especially partial to mi out-of-door
MIbs Dwlnoll, who has been jlsltlns
Dr. nnd Mrs. .tames .ludd left on the
Wllhelmlnu to visit tho olcano of Kl
laucn. On her way hack to Honolulu,
Miss Dwliull will visit fur a few dayo
with ftlein's on Mnul, returning to
Honolulu Wednesday on tho steamer
Mlaa Armour, n coukIii of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Robert Shingle, Ik stopping at tho
Cnptnlii and Mrs. Frank Robards nre
In Han Dltgo, Cat. Captain Rolmrdx la
temporarily stationed In tho smith, hnv
Inv charge of n number of marines. Re
cently fho captain nnd lilt wlfo and a
number of others, while motoring, were
In n bod automobile accident. Nonoof
tho party wero killed, but In the auto
mobile In front of the Rnb.irds, 'one of
tho women belonging to the servlco had
a limb broken.
Mrs. William Dnldlng of Hlln Is vl-
Itlnw her father.. Dr. Clark, at tho Co
lonial. .Mrs. Raiding Is very popular In
lfonolulu and has been the Incentive
for many social affairs.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Philip Frcnr rn enjoy
ing the' cool breezes of Mount Tantalus,
where they will reside for tho next
Mr. J. Howard Kills of the First Nn-
ttonal Bunk received u cable last Sun
day announcing the dralh of his fa
ther. Mr. Kills nailed Wednesday on
tho Sierra for his home In Chicago. HI
where hq will remain for two months.
Mr. Kills' friends' k)niatlilzo with him
over his grrut bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. IRnly, u prominent so
ciety couple of. San Francisco, arrived
recently from ,the mainland and nrn
domiciled nt tho Hotel Colonial, where
they are planning to remain ,for two
months. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcnly are great
friends of Dr. ami Mrs. Johnstona of
The manager of tbo Hotel Courtland
Is building- n new tennis court. Tho
court when computed will bu one of
the best In the city. This Is being (in
structed so that the guestf. of this pop
ular enrnviiiiHiiry will hnvo additional
amusement, The court Is llng built
on the lot that adjoins tho present, site
of the lintel, and extends from Here
lanln nvenuo to Young street. Ono of
the feature will le tenuis tournaments
and tennis tens that will bo given on
completion of tho lourt.
Miss Kva Shatter from Farming
ton, Connecticut, will arrlvo on the
next I.urllno to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. C
Mrs. Rernlco Wnlbrfdge leaves to
day for Halelwa, where she will ro
main for a week. Mrs. Wnlbrldgo Is
an enthusiastic golfer'and will spend u
great deal of her time on tho Halelwa
Mont, and Mrs. Rnswoll, tho form
or- Is aldo to General Pershing, wero
busy greeting old friends In Honolulu,
while the transport Shormmr was In
Captain Utelle, quartermaster gen
era! of the.Phlllpplno Islands, was tho
motif for a number of entertainments
whTio tho transport Sherman was In
port. Yesterday ho was tho honored
guest at luncheon that wna given at
the Aloxander Young Hotel. Thls.waa
a stag affair for eight.
Mrs. Sarah T. New comb ontortnln
ed Informally at two tables of bridge
at her apartments at tho Royal Ha
wallnn Hotel, Friday afternoon.
Miss Katherlno Stcphenh Is spond
Ing the wcol-ond with IJeut. and Mrs.
Cunningham, at I.cllchua.
Tho Lnrrln Thurstons nro occupying
a cottiigo neur the Volcuno of Klluucu,
on Huwnll, for tho summer.
Mrs. Clcorgo Wallace of Hnnokaa ar
rived In town Saturday and If. visiting
her mother and father, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Oeorge 'Robertson, on Alexander nnd
Rlnghiim streets. Mrs. Wallace will bo
In Honolulu for several months. Mr.
Wallace Is planning to coino down to
Honolulu either the last of August or
tlrst of September.
Captain and .Mrs Hettlewnrtli nf !,e.
lehiin have hecn'spi'iidiiiKse'veral days
.... . .- ii-.".:.r ..' .1
at the Hotel Colonial.
Major nnd Mrs. Woolen arrived on
tlio trnii'poil Thursday. The former
will be In command uf I'ort Do Russ),
Mr. nml Mrs. Jolinulo lliiuiluirg, who
l:nc been occupying the "1'urdy" cot
l.iga nt the ScisMo Hotel for tbo past
four months, will leave for their home
In New York shoilly.
Mrs. George Kliiibull bus been the
guest of Mrs. Andrew Fuller during the
lust week. Mrs. Kliulmlt left on tbo
Ulnau Tuesday for Kninl. nrc-onipniili-d
by her son, Mr. Clifford Kimball. On
the Garden Iflc they will be the guests
of the Aubiey Robinsons for two
weeks. In n fortnight Mr. Kimball will
irtiirn to Itulelnn. Madam Kimball will
Nlslt the Honorable and Mrs. Charles
Rico nt their iH-aullful homo at l.lliue,
letiirnlng to town the llrst week In Au
gust. The Honorable and Mrs. Charles Rico
of Knuill lire expected to nrrle, with
their two children, on August ti. The
former will take part In the polo tour
laments Roth are very popular, nnd
their numerous friends In Honolulu nro
always delighted when they llt In this
city. They will be the guests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. T. J. King.
Mr. Moses T. Clegg, tho bactciloto
gist of tho Leprosy Investigation Sta
tion left on the Sierra Wednesday lor
Arkansas. It Is rumored that on his
arrival ho will become n .benedict,
and will return with his wlfo, thu
first part uf September to tnko up n
permanent residence In Hnwall net.
Major and Mrs. Neville, Miss Kdltb
Cowles ami Miss Sahm nnd Lieut.
Sahm arrived Monday from their
cruise among tho other Islands. They
visited Hawaii, Maul nnd Moloknl, and
wero most enthusiastic over their
Journey to tho volcano of Klhueu,
finding tho crater very active. While
on Maui they were dinner guests of
Judge and Mrs. Scldcn Kingsbury.
On their return home they brought
Mrs. Frederick Klamp with them.
Mrs. Klamp and her sister, Miss (llr
ard. have been visiting tho Kings
bury's on Mnul. The Klngsburys nnd
their guests recently took n trip to
Htilcakaln. Thu outing was ton
strenuous for Mrs. Klamp, nnd on ac
count of III health sho was com
pelled to curtail her visit on Maul.
Mrs. Klamp is taking a rest euro at
Miss Kosher, the principal of Kawn
laliiio Semlnnry, and Miss Kinney left
TucmIuj- for Maul, whrro they will
spend two weeks on the slopes of Ha-
leakulu, at the James II. Castles' home.
Tho crater of Haleaknla Is tho largest
volcano In the world. Mlm llonhcr and
her party, with the help of guides, will
take a number of excursions In the In
terior of this wonderful crntrr. Tho
llrst of August Miss Kinney and Miss
Hostier will visit Kauai, where they will
rental nuntll September. They will
make their headquarters ut l.lliue.
Miss Ornco Robertson left Wednesday
on the Sierra for a three-month visit
In Han Francisco, where sho will visit
n number of friends. During the re
mainder of July alio will visit Miss
Wormcrs In H.m Francisco.
Mr. ami Mrs. Wllllsm Campbell am
receiving the congratulation,, of, their
many friends over tho arrival of u
Mr. St. C Kayres returned Sunday
from a. business trip to Kauai.
Monday afternoon, the lintel Colo
nial was tho sccno of much gaiety
when tho United Servlco llrldgo Club
held their llrst meeting, sluco thoy do
elded, to discontinue their moctlngs
nt tho ladles' annex nt tho University
Club. At tho'end of tho playing It
wns universally conceded by the mem
bers of tho club, Hint the chnngo had
been an advlsablo ono, for tho
Colonial affords mnrh privacy nnd Is
very cool and delightful In every way.
The lcfrcshmonts wero delicious and
dainty, and thcro wns a universal feel
ing of satisfaction when tho members
dispersed. Mrs. Clifton Carter was
tho recipient of tho first bridge, prize,
n tea pot of Canton China enclosed in
a tea cozy, with, two ten cups of tho
sumo ware; Miss Kathorlno Stophcns
won tho second plrzc, an Oriental hat
pin. Mrs. Waller Cowles wns present
ed with "honrt" prlzo, A Hawaiian
lol girl, framod In u liandvoino knit
Mrs. Rnnncy Scott entortnlned In
formally at tea Friday afternoon In
honor of Mrs. Holmes of Herkeley,.
About two dozen friends woro In
cluded on her Invitational list, the In
vitations being Issued by telephone.
Mrs. Scott's handsome now homo In
College Hills was appropriately dec
orated for tho occasion. Among
those Invited to meet Mrs. Holmes
woro Mrs. Oeorgn Potter, Mrs. Rich
ard Ivors, Mrs. J. 8. Wnlkcr, Mrs.
James Judd, Miss Marlon Sratt, Mrs.
Arthur Wilder, Mrs., Gerrlt Wilder,
Mrs. William Whitney, Miss Clnro
Kelly, Miss Hartwelli nnd others
(Contlnufd on Po 16)
FLORAL PARADE POSTER
Tho Hawaii Promotion Committee
Is prepared to pity $100.00 for tho
1IM2 Floral Parade Poster.
Your deslifn must be siihiiillled he-
fro Auuust 14th, I'll I.
ROSA J CO;
Bottled in Bond
JULES PURCHAHD3 A FIL3'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
Wa Oolivcr to Any Part of lbs City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike and Queen Streeti
rOK BALE AT ALL XAJli
Cream Pure Rye
L 0 V E J 0 Y AND CO.
Tonll And they're all rood fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D: R. DavJei. Froi
1 acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
..For tha DCST ItENT CAR3 In lha
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 40J
RUNftjLT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. CM
C. H. BEHN
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Business
Agsnta fur such well-known cara
sa Packard. Pope-Hartford, Stovens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
lluick, Ororlnnd, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
6CHUMAN CARRIAQE CO.
ALQAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND -HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 18 H. P.
1494 EMMA 8TREET T.l.phona 2415
ELECTRIC CABINET BATH8 WITH
A natural method of reeovsry from
bodily dUorden ladles and gorttUmen.
BARON SCHOOL OP PHYSICAL
Phon. 2467 or call at 176 S. King St.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort Sti, HONOLULU
Hardware. Palntr and Oils. 8hln.
chandlery, Stoves, Crockery, Gtastwar.
and Kitchen Utensils) Sporting Goods,
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Wo deliver to any part of (he
Phono 2026. P. 0. Box 488
HOTEL A I
Geary Street, above Union Squate
Juit ojrontt II gift ft. ftincu
European Plan SI. DO n dy up
American Plan 3.00 a day up
Strcl and hrirk structure, furnish-
fnRS lost SJOO.OW. II it'll class
hotel nt moderate rates. Omnibus
meets nil trainn ami steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Tra wets" A. II. C
Coilo. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Kott Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Frandico
Under the MniiiiRewcnt of
FAC1M1 the lu-itfillnl park
Ir. the heart nf the rllj,
which Ii the llualro ot
lltn piinrlpnl runts of
the famous festhals of Man
Kranclxii, this liiilrf, In en
viron in e nt nnd ntnintplicn, ct.
proves most ili'iiiinllj the
ranidirtablu spirit of ulil Cat
Ifarula. The riyltj and nnhillly in
the Old World uud tin; Far
Kut and llm lain of hlirb
arhletrmcnt In Aimrlrii wbu
asseinlilo here runlrlliuto l the
rusniiipnlltau ntniniplirre of nn
liisllliillou which rrprcM-nU
the liospllnlllj nnd Inilltlduul
Ify nf S.ui Frnnrlsru to llm
Tlio liullillni;, nhlrh murks
tho farllust udrnnce of sclruro
In srnlrr, has noir lu larceit
riipurllr of nuj hotel alrurtiiro
In llm U'cst, and upnn raiiiplr
lion of the Post slrcrl iiniic)
will he Hie InrKrsI riirainuicr;
In (ho world.
IVIIILi: TI(K SKItVK'i: IH VS.
USUAI, JIIK ritlCI.S AKK
' . European Plan from $2.00 Up
KPUNM YOtJIt VACATION 'IIKHK
VOU 11AV1J tlOOD SUA WATUIl
THU JlL'AtlTlt'tJL HAI.l'.lWA ft
WA K K INN i
Rooms and Board
W. C. Beroln, Prop.
FINE LOT OF CHICKENS AND'
The BICYCLE DEALEB and BE
PAIBEB, htu moved to
180 KINO SUBSET
New location Bed front, ntu .,
Young Building. Telephone Zolb.
Hulleflu IMIIiirhl llomn Phono
21S5. It ii Mel In llusltieos Dilice
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