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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG! 8, 1911.
CAMPBELL - BECKLEY MARRIAGE
IN SAN FRANCISCO WAS BRILLIANT
San Francisco newspapers pay gen-, of Hcrkclcy ninl .Miss Mary Osborn of
'nun 1 1 n.i I lti t.. t li n mnrrlnirn nf ' L'mibiiii .. ...... ftal.. ....a .... ..
uiibiiuuii m ,..., tHw 'i ivdiiu, nuiu i uiih uimiin. wiu ui rusn
pink satin mill tho other of a pastel
ulinde of blue made with coats, ami
with hats to match the costumes.
Mis. ltohcrt Shingle of Honolulu,
Miss 'tleatrlco Camplicll and Ooorgo
lleckley In tho Golden Gate city on
August 1, The Chioulrlc publishes
tho following, together with photo
graphs of the bride, ami her attend
ants: I Tho wedding of Miss lleatrlcn
Campbell and fleoigo lleckley of Ho
nolulu took placo yesterday afternoon
nt St. Mary's Cathedral, on Van Nous
avenue. The guests numbered nhout
200, and of these nearly half wuro
Honolulu friends of tho young couple.
Tho church was elaborately decorat
ed with masses of Kastcr lilies that
wera tied In hunches nt the entrance
to the pews ami filled the chnncel.
Hev Father Hamilgnn read the mar
The bride, who Is a sister or Prin
cess David Kawanannko.i and step
daughter of Colonel Sam Parker of
Honolulu, wna handsome In her wed
dliifc gown of whlto crepe do chine
made with n trailing skirt mid grace
lul coat effect, that was brought from
Paris. Her hat was of heavy white
lace trimmed with bird of pirndlso
plumes, and sho carried n bjitqucl of
The bridesmaids, Miss Miriam Pond
Long Ago Tutor and Student
Talk Over Old Times
ttrrillprlllinM i"lf Din filil ilnt-u nt Vn-
who came from the Islands to be hermtmllR.m v,.ro brought t memory
sister's matron of honor, wore a cos- jenterday, whin It. H. TouiiMuid, once
tiime of cream cropo metier made In Ce-irliiulil of the KiitiiflmiiHh.il
a nualnt, old-fashioned mode. Tlio HcIioo fnp Hoy. nn.l Albrrt II MIIcIipII.'
waist was edged wllh.n pleated frill
of Spanish laco, and' there was n full
orersklit, beneath which were decp
plcatcd flounces of old Spanish lace.
Her luco hut was trimmed with or
chids. Hint Nixon was best man, nnd the
ushers were Hubert and Fred Shingle
Following tho ceremony thoro was
a dinner at tho St. Francis for soventy
guests, and later tho youljK couple de
parted on n short honeymoon trip to
Del Monte. They will return to make
their homo temporarily at the St.
KruncK Among tho dinner guests
were: Mr. nnd Mrs. It. P. Schwcrln,
Mrs. W. D. Tcnny, .Miss Wllhclmlna
Tenny, Admiral and Mrs. Whiting,
Mrs. Kate Voorhlcs Henry, Mrs. Nno
nan. Colonel Snm Parker, Judge (led.
Davis, Krnest Parker and Kdwnrd
n ciiKtoms Inspector, who was n Mil-I
dent nt Kninphaiiiehn, renewed their!
iieiiuolntnncc nt the wharf shortly nft-j
er the arrival of the Pnltcd Htnte.s army ,
BOX IS RAIDED
A raid has been made on tho great
Ico boxes connected with tho refri
gerating plant In the Pnclllc Mall
liner Manchuria, and as n result there
was some weeping, walling us well ns'
gnashing 'of "teeth from among ili
staff of ollicers In that palatial ship
because of tho Inviislon liy Federal
ofllcers and tho confiscation of nearly,
n ton of delectablo Hawaiian fruits
and vegetables. I
Tho luscious nlllgalor pear, which
a prime favorite licie In Honolulu Is
doubly sought after on tho coast ap
leors to bo tho bono of contention
: anil iiaiigiuer; w. II. liuuil, n coin
mcrclal man who Is maklmr his twnn.
ty-sccoiid tilp ncioss tho Pnclllc: Dr
C. K. Norrls of tho Manila board of
health; Frank nrnnntgan, n member
of tho Philippine commission, and
II. V. Dutton, accompanied by his
wife nnd Mrs. Woithliigton Ames, who
left the vessel nt Honolulu.
For this voyage U MncPherson
formerly purser of tho City of Pnra
on the Panama run, has taken tho
placo of Purser .1. P. Ilouruc. S. I.lnda
Is acting as chief engineer In placo
of Chief Engineer V. I.. Hunker, who
Is on leave of absence, and Dr. H. T
Ficeman will tcrvo ns ship's surgeon
Instead of Dr. Conrad Von lllchter
who Is also taking a vacation.
YOUNG FRENCH SCION
' TRAVELS ON MONGOLIA
On tho Mongolia, passing through
1 Intuitu I it In.lnK la. TVniiut Uln.tftitn.l fi
between the otherwise genial force of nistlngiilsliVd young 'Frenchman, trav-
cling In America to make n study of
American securities mid to continue his
llnnm-lnl Investigations In tho Orient.
Iln has Just come from Washington,
where he was In conniltntlon with
fifucers with tho.Mauchiirln nnd the
Federal authorities up'in whoso bIioiiI
.ders now fnlls tho unpleasant duty of
chasing tho Iniquitous fruit tty to Its
Tho charge .Is mado that the Mat-
fou Navigation uiidjlceanlc omcliiV ,.,., , r.mrtli memher Of his family
tuny om. uiu iciier m ino new res-,,,, vMt Snn Ylmclco and tho second
ttlctlon and assist tho horticultural,, ,ralho lh(, nciualntanco of tho Pres
Inspectors In ridding their ships of, ,ient of the United States,
the fruit whllo on the other hand the Siegfried's father Is Senntor Jules
Pacific Mall takes n contrary stand siegfrleil. n prominent ijiembcr of tho
In the matter. French Chnmher of Deputies nnd one
mo commission sent communlca- f the foremost promote of Franco
tlons to tho various lines 0cratliig American relations In tho Paris gov
lu the transpacific, 'tiade, asking (haL eminent. The' elder Siegfried came to
instruct ino oincerB nnd crews America first In 1 SCI as n cotton huver.
of their flteamcis not to bring In nfll-vvhen he was on Intimate terms with
gator pears, papains or other tropic il, President Lincoln. Foreseeing that the.
fruit that might contain tho dreaded! war of the rebellion, nhout to break
liucc.t which has accomplished sojout. would ho of long duration, ho
much Injury elsewhere. turned his nttcnilon to the cotton
The Mnnchurln was the mecca forj markets of India, nnd there laid tho
r.uiidry Oriental vegetable vendors nr foundations of his largn fortune, in
their representatives this morning 1!0l he met Prcsl lent McKlnley nt tho
whcio largo quantities of tempting White House, nnd now, ten years Inter,
Hawaiian fruits and vegetables were his t.on has been the guest nf President
disposed of nt good figures. The Pii-'Tnft. All four of his -ons have visited
clllc Mall liner was an early arrival San Francisco, the eldest having been
fiom San Francisco with 54 cabin and held up by n highwayman there In H93,
4 second class passengers. The'though that experience has not illmln
thioiigll list Includes 85 cililn, G rcc- Ishcd the family enthusiasm for Ainer-
iimi coins ami idi ahiiuich among ipe icn or tor I'niirorniit.
inner aio n ilozen ticporteos.
Among the passengers uro: Dr. R
P. Stone, newly appointed medical In
Bt motor In the naval hospital nt Ca-I
ia i.t .,,lr , 1.1.. ... ki 1 !
"-, inn nut, .uiu inn nun, mi.'piien
O. Stone, A. M. Ardcry, vice president
and general manager of tho Virginia
and Truckeo Itallrnnd, who Is nccnin-l-anlcil
as far us Honolulu by his wlfo
transport I In ford from Manila. The
meeting of the former Knim linnielm
tearhir nnd pupil was most conllnl,
Inspector Mitchell, who was' on guard
nt the foot of the gangplank, espied
Mr. Townsend standing on tho deel'-.
Mitchell nppronched Townsend nnd re
minded bhn that he was once a student
nt Kamehamebn. Townsend asked
Mitchell's name, nnd on being Inform
ed readily remembered him.
It was nbout twenty-four yenrs ago
that Mr. Tmwisuiri tnuglit nt Kninclm
meha. P.ev W. It. Oleson was princi
pal of the M'Jiool ot that time. Mr.
Tow list ml nked nhout the other teach
ers nnd stmUiitH who were nt Knmeha
mehn during his day.
Many features connected with the
Knmehameha Schools In tfic dim past
iwero hiought up and dlsciifcsed by tho
Mr. Townsend, who Is well known
her.', was nt one lime superintendent
of public Instruction. Ho held several
other Important positions under the de
partment, being principal of the Ln
li.ilnalntm Seminary nnd Illlo Hoard
ing School for n number of ymrs. Aft
er leaving the Illlo school he taught
at Kauiebamehn under Principal W. II.
Mr, Tn nsend, who Is proceeding to
tue States to take up 11 special cour.e
In psychology nt Harvard, went to the
Philippines with pome of the first
teachers sent out by the Federal gov
ernment In tench In various provinces.
He has he n superintendent of schools;
on the Island of Snmar, nnd for the
past three years has been acting In like
capacity In Tnyuhas, In southern I.117011.
Mr. Townsend will spend nbout nine
months In the Stntes, having been
granted lenvo of absence for that time.
It Is expected that he will pass through
here ngaln In February on bis return
trip to tho Philippines.
In bidding farewell nlnhn to Inspector
Mitchell yesterday, Mr, Townsend ask
ed hhn tn remember hhn through tho
press to somii of the old pupils nt Kn
lnclutmehn S. W. Spencer, Jnines H.
Pnkele, Ainu I-nwcbiwo, H.1111 Kniihane,
Xo:i Kaulinne, Isaac llarbottle, Wm. M.
Keolaniil, .Tames Conk. Win. O. Crowell,
Win. Itnthhiirn, Itohert K. Pahail, Sam
Malinku Spencer. Moses Kiiuwe, Solo
mon Hanohano, riins. Itlake, Henry
Illnke, John II. Wise, Solomon Miihe
Inna, Thomns Treadwuy, Solomon, Toyo
Fukiimiini nnd several other.
IIIO VAI.TIF.S 1
BROWN LINENQ. LINEN PONGEE
and DROWN HOLLAND
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Augutt 7, 1911.
From"10i30 a. m. to 430 p. m.
S Aokl to Kiinn Development Co
Wnlliiku Sugar Co to A A Cloveln
Walhiku Sugar " to I, Ilia Kelllplo
and lisl, et nl Dxrh I)
Snn Ant Port Socv of II to Henry
L Kmuick Par Ilol
Henry I. Knnnck and wf to Henry
Ileiuy Clumpher mid wf to Henry
I. Kiin.ick M
An In Kwnl to Hit 111 Cornn I'M
T Toda to II T0111111 , I1H
Entered for Record Auguit 8, 1911,
From 8i30 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
Klgbt thousand delegates 11 re ex
pected to nttvinftlie World Alliance of
llaptlsts, which has opened In Grncol
lluptlst temple, Plilhidelphlu.
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Everything Photographic" Fort below Hotel
:M)f.i r-M l$IiJ$l mm 11'. S.
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We say "Sensible Clothes,"
because this store does not
carry " Freak Styles " the
kind that appeals to the wearer
but a few days. We sell the
a line with a "gilt-edge" reputation.
When a suit leaves our store bearing
their label we are satisfied that we
have made a permanent customer.
Drop into the Store, and let us show
you what is proper this season in
TO BE RUSHED
Repairs on tho I'. R cr iis-rj if Iho
Paclllc nra belilR ni-died and theie
aro hopes that mmio of them limy ho
flnlRliPd In tlinu for dlHputrli In Il'i
nnliilit. Tho fiilliiuliiK dlnpulch Is of
VAI.I.IMO, AiiRiiPt 1. AccorlliiRtn
oidorn locelvcd nl Mnro Irhuid to lay
the work 1111 tho rrulsoM OullrnrnUi
nnd Maryland must bo ciinplo'eci by
Si-ptomhtr liit and tho iop.iliK on tint'
Smith Dakota 1111 later than October.
1 nt. Thin ineaiir that extra shlftii will
have to ho railed, nnd to meet thin
demand lor men. ineelianlrH will Imui
to be drawn from San I'r.inclnco nnd
tho liny olll.-K. iih tho IoimI list Iscnni
pletely exluiutted In many depart
ments. Chief Carpenter Wlfllatu O'Nell.-nt
preient nttiirlird to tho el older Colo
1 ado nt Hi emei ton, linn been ordered
to Mnro IkIuihI to micrcod J. J. Mur
phy In the hull depailnicnt. Carpenter
O'Nell n rrKiinlfil as 11 desirable m 111
at this time, as ho had oxcrloneo In
tho construction of Iho Prometheus.
Chjr August Sale of Furniture
Oilers you many rare values in HIiDROOM FURNITURE
you will be in need of any house furnishingc in the next few
it w-.ill well repay you to make your purchase now.
, anil if
NG MON WAR DROPS IN
Mon War has i turned tn Ihnso Isl
ands after an aboi of six or snven
years which have been rpviiI In China.
Mon War Is 0110 Chinos.1 lcnldcm out
ofthousniidH II1I111; hero Hint tonic an
active part In lolHIcs, made speechoi
from bnxiH on Urn rininrH of the
ttrcetB attemled all of the m?etlni;s
and was nthcrnlro a limited power In
the laud where Chinese weio concerned.
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED BRASS
BEDS AUGUST CLEAnANCE
t Oii.lnl reduivil t $r00
IVOUll reilllenl In... K0 Oil
HUH) mliieed to US 00
2S.O0 ri-ilu"ed to ;ouo
HIGH-GRADE METAL BEDS,
J 10.00 lllillhlM lied 23 00
tlO.fO Dciilhlu lied 18 00
:o.oo Diiuhiii lied lo.r.o
.U00 lliiilhtK lied 17.00
2X0(1 Pniiliti! Hid IS no
SOliO Pniihjn lied 14.00
II SO PiuiMe lied .- n.nn
1:100 Double. Hod 10 00
ll.f'O Dniihle lied....,..., .75
9 00 Double lied 7.00
CliO Double lied 3."5
4.00 Double lied 11.00
SAMPLE LINE SINGLE METAL
BEDS CLOSING OUT AT
((OT AKin 1 rree
He Is hnuiiil Tue Ihn ni'iliihitiil niul
. t .. l.. 1... . .. ".r'" reduced to
j bus btopped off lieio Jui-t to Kieet a
few old Trlciids. There Iris nlways
been Just n lltilo of .the myHlerloiis
, pbout tho inovemetils of Nr Mnn War
J but It Is well known that ho Is deeply
) liiteiculed In inimical mntters and
I tho height of hit. iiinbltlnv Is to he
1 come n full fledged politician, and It
1 Is Kisslhln that ho Is on lis way to
tho niiKtein KtatcH for tho purpoo of
Inklni; notes of tho heavy
that lino In Iho Kad.
12.00 1 educed
moo 1 educed
IS 00 reduced
SCHMIDT To Mr. mid Mrs. Paul O
Kchiulill, 11 il.iurJiler, Alli:ul Kill, lit
AUGUST CLCARANCE OF DOUDLE
men iiIoiik 65.0fl Ciibuilir MnhoBiiny $10.00
48im f!nlden Oak, sllnhtly ilam-
10.00 lllr.lce ,,.,. 2H.00
27.C.N0 Oolden Oak 28.00
12 00 MahoKiiny 00
11-I'd lliidseye, plliihlly damaueil Gnu
10.10 i:m ly Kiiullsli '.. 7.00
r 'l'l pf S . r? . 7 " c Jf liJ Hm V fc
fcWW I ai 1 -T"sy
" v-,r III
110.00 Col. 1. 11 Oil., sllxhlly 1I.1111-
iikciI KT. (.0
.'IC.OO Uobleii 0.1I:, HllKhlly ihiin-
10.00 iih dnyo .Mupio .oo
S0CO llrdM.M .M'tplii ' 24.00
18.00 Maple, -llnlilly ibiu.aKid.. 12.1-0
32.011 Miihii;iiuy sj.ou
H3.r.ll lllrdseyu ,.J2I.00
01.00 lllrdM)n 40.00
74 00 lllrilneyo 40.00
SO CO .M.ihosany S2.nu
SSOO Miihojauy 22.00
2." 00 M.lhuxuiiy IK.00
.111.00 fluldim oal, so.on
2 00 Oolden Oak 25 00
27.00 (loldeil Kim 18.00
118.00 Mllhofillliy $9,011
IS 00 Miihii'diny s.oo
IS 00 M.ihiHtuiiy . 7 r0
lllnlM'j 0 , , r.S.oo
o.0') .Miihowny , r.1.00
(l'00 M.iImmiiii) C2.0)
f.C00 Al ihuniiy ,., 44.7.'i
:1C00 .Maboii.iuy , 2S0a
0S.cn Oolden (Mk ,.i ...1. 45.01
r.0.00 oo-iiin oak ; .is (hi
37 00 Oolden ).lk 2R Oil ,
27.10 Oolden Oak 21.60
UI'll Ooldell O.lk ., 12.SII
II CO (loldeil Oak .' 11.00
470ii ruined Oak ,... 37.Rn
20.00 Weatbeil Oak 20.7.1
ISB.C.0 Miihomuiy $1800,
10 00 Illnlxrjii 32.00
2100 Illnlseji lii.on
IS.oO While Dnimel . .... 10 00
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