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T. H, 8ATURDAY, 8EPT. 16, 1911. rVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
"If you go from San Francisco to Manila, from Vancouver to Australia or New South Wales, from Panama to Yokohama, or from South America to Honn Kong, you must of ne
cessity go by way of Honolulu, Honolulu the Crossroads of the Pacific." -
N E W NAME
THE CROSSROADS BOOKSHOP, Ltd.,
We will remain at the old stand in the Young Building, about one-half a block Mauka
rom King Street: It will be, our business to supply your every want in the way of books.
ui lour pollcy to oxtcnd t0 yu everv co"rtesy and attention possible.
We, have remodeled our store, have fitted up a reading and rest room, have put in a tel
ephone in a scclusive and comfortable place ,have done and are doing everything possible
to make our store pleasant and attractive for our customers. In doing this, however, we
Successors to BROWN & LYON COMPANY, Ltd. . ;':;';.gto;
have not overlooked the most important feature of any Book Shop; namely, the careful scl-" ' "
eclion of books which we leci are just what you want. ,
CHRISTMAS is but a trifle over three months away, and we wish to 'announce now that
we are bringing to the Islands a larger, finer and more beaut ful collection of special holiday,
books than have ever been here before. If you desire anything special we will be-very glad '
to order it for you.
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THE CROSSROADS BOOKSHOP, Ltd.,
Ihr (lie pant llirco tnontlm anil w.mtwo montlm' slay In Honolulu. She
not only cntcrtnlnuil liy the San Krjti- Ih planning a two years trip around
cIbco ioile, Iml the service folk ns lm world. All the pniicliu. niiun of
I well. She wan the guest or honor Australia will m visited utiu Ioiik
nt pcvcral dlnncm and luncheons on motor crl'm , I ci teen planned
hoard the South Dakota and was tho through New Zealand. Tho autumn
Inccntlvo for sundry dinner.! that of IUI2 will lie sKnt In Julian, China
wore Kien at Mare Islnud. and thu IMllIpiiinus, and several
months will hu xnent In tho South
Dr. Augwln will ho cxlonslvoly en- Sens, If Mrs. MeVey's present Itln-
tcitaliH'd alter tho Paclrio fleet ur- erary U rniilil out, Him will not
rlv. This iopiil.ir yonn. ollLvr It roach tho Kuropeau continent nut It
fm iimf fi,.nrnciiiii i.ii ,... rnr...,t. ! 11 1 n
IllrschliiKOr left Tlinrsilay mornlnpou Hull.uiod on the U. S. 8. Tennessee
f.!r"' ,eU!V'.,KhYl"ty;. V'n. ,,.",B" CALIFORNIA GIRL
I'" i"-n.H IIIV -f. I . VIIISIII'H piUCH,
which Is sUuuted on the slope of
Ilaloaukalua, at an altitude of Coui)
ftut. It Is elKht miles to tie summit
of the crater. Shortly utter Airs.
Peck and Mrs, licke arilvu a
COMES TO TEACH
MONItOVIA, Cat Am?. II. Ml-t
AIiIk.HI Clark, momlnent In iliurrh
eamp l,i.a ..it.i m....-...i.... ... ..
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COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
Journey to OlonBai". ,!' I., where her
IiiihIuuiI, ho.ls u t;nitaln In the V.
8. Marino Corpi, Is' stationed.
Miss Huldah Negley and Miss II.
Kitcr, who have lieen spcudlui; the
fcuuimor with tho B. Morrlclt llrowm.
returned on the steamor Sierra, to
their home on the mainland.
I. lout. Commander Cnplu.i llirnei I
. . Miss Katherluo Stephens loft this
Tho Army and Navy Journal mh- ni'irnliiB .fur l.olleliu.i, where alio will
HbIioiI the stntement thai Cartilu l'oi"l the oid-ond llh l.leienant
Ktank Iloliiii)i of the U. S. Marino '"", Jl11'- ""'I1'' I'aiKef of thu -'lflli
corps had hecn nsslRncil duty In An-
will tide to tho summit, whole they
will spend the iiIkM. Tl.et rip Is to
he mado In order to nee Hie sun rro
ahove tills Miialiiinolh crulor, which,
hy the way, Is Hut latgcKt In. the
do on tho "(lOUTiior" (or Han Fran
elsco, where she will lnnt, tlie'slo.iui-
ihlp "Sierra" for Hawaii. lls.i Clark
gois lo Hawaii to heroine a le.icier
lu the Ki.h.il.i (llrls iichojl kltujlej
on the Island or Ilawiil, The iciioll
icntilus ft run ".r, to lul native Irl
Mrs. .Ionian and Miss (Jueonle Jor- "I''1 Ib "Hxrli;d hy tl.e icllglou.1 ife
nap'dls. Two weeks ago liU orders
were chaiiKed and ho was ordered to
fcea on the Now Jersey on tho Hist
ruist. Mrs. Itohards and sou, lllllv,
will Unit rolathes In Pensicol'i, Kin
rldj. Tor two years Ciplnln ltoli-
Colonel Dickens or tho U. S. Mar
ine Corps, wnj a passenger on tho
trauspoit 'LoR'an, and enjoyed meellni;
old friends In Honolulu. Tho Col
onel has liecn In command nt Marc
Island, and la on his way to tho Phil
Mrs. 'Churchill of Walalua, Ins boon
tho guest" of Mrs. Kdgjr Wood for
thiee or four days. Mrj. Chuichlll
returned to her home Wednesday aft
ernoon, 'after a delightful visit in
Colonel and Mrs." I.nnl of tho U,
S. Ainiy, meet uncxpectoJIy several
old friends lu Honolulu, which lent an
nildlticnal cliarin to their sojourn In
this city, while the transport Logan
wai In port. Tho most of the day
was spent motoiliiK with their frlcnls,
tslts wero made to tho Pall, Mo.ina
lui. around niamond Head and sev
eral calls were paid at Kort Shatter.
Colonel and Mis. Lord have boon sta
tioned at Omaha, Nebraska, ami aro
now on their way to tho Philippines
New Orleans and Captain Turner bo
Ioiirs to tho tl. 9. Marino Corps.
uoionci and Mrs. ltuumlnujth rnmo
lu town Wednesday from l-clkliuu.
to meet fi lends on the tiunsiort.
"Miss IlallRou, an nttractlvo and
be'iutlfiil youns fill I from San Tran
ilsco Is the Kiiest of Mlsa tlrnco ItoU
cr son. Miss Hall on Is tho Incentive
for numerous social entertainments.
i Mr. and Mrs Sutton nnl Mr. Get
! rlt Wilder who have been vlsltlnr;
Senator and Mis. ICrlc Kiiii.Ispii u(
their mountain home "Haleinauu," on
Kauai, are expected to return to Ho
nolulu on the Klnau, Sunday.
Llcut.-Commander Chester Wells of
the U. S.t S. cnitscr South Dakota,
will bo fiivcn a royal welcome on tho
arrival of tho Pacific licet. It Is hop
ed that Mrs. Chester Wells will Join
her husband lu Honolulu. Two years
aen, the UleuL-commandcr niM his
wlfo had apartments at tho Pleasau
Tho Colonel Is an army paymaster, ton Hotel, when tho fleet wns In port.
k w jr ii iiey were uui oniy cxicimiveiy en-
Mrs. Hendry's select school on Ien.! .' "..' . ". .' . ""-'
. . .. . .. .. . . I'.IIICOll
Eiicuiu sueui, aiasier uui ll.lllil is
MIfs tlraco Hohertson
Mr. niu Mrs. Henry llrown aro re
iIiIIur at Waimoa, Kauai. Mr. and
Mis. llrown have many fi lends in Ho
nolulu who will be dollghted to leam
tint Mrs. llrown has recovered her
health, and la now acting as assist
ant pilnclpal at the Walmea school,
where her husband has been ap
pointed ns the principal.
' Mis. Turner mid her niece, Miss
Iluth Illiskell, ,wero paeaeugois' n
tho Iogan, en route for tho Philip
pine Islands, where they will visit
Mrs. .Turner's two sons, who aro nt
ft'ongapo. Dr. Turner Is in tho u. S. of their house guest at their home until the first of thn year. Miss Itib- left this
Navy, and Is stationed on the U. S. S nt 731 Spencer Btroet. Mrs. II, J.ler.soii Was In u whirl of gaiety dur-uMralla.
tci tallied by the Honolulu town foU
but were host nn.l hostess at innum
erable dinners and luncheons that wero
planned and executed on an elabor
ate scale, Mrs. Chester Wells Is the
only daughter of tho "Tobacco King"
of Australia, who Is a multi-million-aire.
Mrs. II .J. Hlrschlngor and yau-g'her return on the Sierra.
has hco visiting friends' and rein- "" was stationed nt Camp Very. H-
ttes In Oklahoma, but will Join his,""1"1"'
ship bcrnro tho Pacific licet sails fur
Honolulu. Llout.-Coiunnnder Darnel S,ls- " "orl'l, "rnw' ""d llttlo
Is chief onelneer of the West Vlpjlnln t"H' Until llrown, - returned to Ho
llo has been In Honolulu n iiiinihar n"ln1"- TuesJay. on tho Claudlno, alt
of times and has many friends In
Miss Lewis will be the house guest
of I lie K. Horrlck Drowns for the coin
ing week. Miss Lewis Is a charming
girl fii'in SeiTlo, Washington and
will milto her humc for tho cinlm?
year with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Drown
on Kirhard street.
i er a very pleainnt weeks visit with
I Ma nil. I lrn r f tttt,linltiir nl ll'.il
lukii. Mr. Drown had been on n busi
ness dip on Kauai,' hut went up to
Malil on tho Manna Kea and return
ed wftli them.
llercut letters lnvo been received
by Il't.Tiliilu friends i' nm CiVs:'.n
mid Mrs. Kamsoy of the II. 8. Mar-
Iro Corps. They nrol'dollghlcd with
. Ensign ,KIeran, who ma lo surli nn ,H,,,r nPW lllU"n -sifc-Jtlio Portsmouth
ileal host' when ho was on tho U. 8.; NavJ' Ynri1- '
3 rln,.n1 i ...ttl ...I..-.. ... ,, i.i.. I
S. Cleveland, will relnrn to Honululu
next month on tho V. 8. 8. California.
Miss Florence Ourrcy '!s mnkln
Miss KlUaboth Itumbough, tho at
tractive young daughter of Colonel
mill Mrs. Itiunboug'i, Ima recently en-
(liilto a name for herself ns nn artist i"reu i-unanoii uoucge. aiiss Hum
Jn local circles. Next year Mrs. A. Ii.
Ouriey Is planning tn spend a year
In Ileston, where Miss tlurrey will
continue her studies.
Mrs. Daniel Whllldln Hand and two
children aro hoarding at tho Fred
Whltneys place at lann King street.
Little Miss Agues Hand will enter
bough will spend the week-end with
her parents at Heimlich! DarrarkB.
Mr. Harry Cnylord, tho brother nf
Mrs. Walter Francis Dillingham, Is
convalescing at thn (Jiieen'ii Ilos
Lieutenant nnd Mrs. (loss Kings
cnv.ury. Tlie Parkins were gie.it
mends of Captain nnd Mis. Arthur
Mailx mid Miss n.cplious when they
wore all stationed lu Cuba.
Miss Helen Tillman of SVattlo,
Wu'ih., Is expected to arilvo lu Ho
nolulu during the next fortnight to
lslt Mr. and Mrs. II. (. Pluuimer
nnd Miss Plummcr. Miss Tillman is
not only an attractive young girl, hut
Is a gifted lollnlst. Her visit Is be
ing anticipated by her friends.
Captain Jinimlo Heidi, .vho wns
stationed tit Camp MrKlnlcy hCvorul
years ago wl.li tho Tenth Infantry,
was busy greeting old friends Tues
day mill Wednesday while the trans
port was in .port. "Captain Jlmmln"
Is considered one nf the handsomest
oftlrors In tho United States riny.
Ho lias temporary duty as V. 8. Quar
termaster mi the lignn.
(Mlss Helen .Klinhill eanio up Til
day for Hegattn D:-y, nnd will spend
the week-end with Mrs. Thomas
I After 'i delightful visit with Judge
nnd Mrs. Klngsburv on Maul, Mrs.
Waller Cow'e.i nnd Miss Kdltli Cuwles
returned Inline Friday Pluming on the
llghthouce tender Kukul.
Tho numoinus friends of Mr. nnd
Mrs. William Williamson are re
fjolelng with them over tho arrival
jof a baby girl. Tho little one was
oorn on ine morning oi Bcptomuer
pie end the ehuii'lies it the Jsljul.
The Jouiuey tn the school It iiulnuo'
ami iletimiiiii'. After si ending fjuj
days lu Honolulu ,kh (;ljrk williako '
iliiut for a twi'iit.y hours' nail ulong
Hie Hhore; niter leivliig Hie b.nl IlleM
nre ten miles to he traversed across
the country, which Is located only
thioo miles from the unit tn Hie
opposite side or the Istiud. Ml3S
Cl irk will ho areomp.inli'd hy Mlsa
Allni ol Si ulli P.isaileun, who Ib n re
gular Ic.iilier lu the schiKil it Is veif
giallfying t-i lln ltny.il Daugh'eri
mlhslon e'lelo lhat Hie first mission"
lo.irher tu leave from Ihe Presbylo'.
rlan ihu ch Is a member of their or.
dat urilvcd on the Marama, Wednes
day, nrier a delightful lalt In tho
Northwest. I'urt of the lime was
hpuit In Vlctuiia, Vancouver, and In
Seattle. While lu thu latter i l.y Mrs.
and Miss Jordan woie the guests of
Mrs. and Miss Shelton. I
Among tho noliihle on the trans
port Uigau were Major and Mis.
Tiauli. While the ttaiifcpoit wits in
pou the Major mid hla wife visited
Major oil'! Mrs. Woolen at their home
at Fort I )o Hussy.
Mrs. Itldley of the If. S Engineer
Corps was Hie homo guest of Lieu
tenant and Mm. Wutklus while the
i.ogan was in port. Mrs. 1 1 id ley was
popular when tier husband was nin
th, lied Inn.. There was a stream of II I Vflll Wt5 FI Hi A
ealleis ntt he Walkius hoiiiu at Fort ILL IUU IlLI U 10 ft
lie Hussy Tuesday evening and
Mr. and Mrs. C.eorge Pecaley have
taken upaitlueuts utt ho Colonial
Mrs. Harold Hayseldeii and young
son, Donald, urrlved on the Marama . uvi
T..nni..v ,.n.. i r..i .i. inrii Hie rascals oui-tiio hra.la.ho,
.. .' ,. . .. I the lilllniilni.KS the InMlt-pnttiiti
momus- visit in niitisii uoiumnia. , -... - ...- iIV
i it it ii mck, sour siuiuacii auu nun g.iuu-i , :
A large number of tourists wore lm Hm f nt tonlglit nij kui llieni ',J,
nt lluli'lwn on Sunday, and nil wero out wl.h Ciifccarets. ., lky
dellglit'ed with Its charm. J A. Ken- Millions of men and whiiiui (jhe a ,,u
nedy had Congressman Knhn mid bis Cnscaiet now nnl then and never
ki ow the inlseiy caused tiy a I izy. ,-i
liver, clugged ImihcIs or an upset -
No Sick lie iili'.cl.e, Itlllmn Sliimarli,
Coaled 'Tongue' r ('iinvllp.ilcd
, lliiwels hj niiiriilug.
I io. .it
13th. Since Wednesday the popular
aro leaving today for the young mother has boon tho leclnlent
limif.ll wliurn llinv tvlll u,...ti,l .. f.ivt- ..r ....in.. Ar .......... I. .ln.. .....I
lilll'llioil lrmiirn!iirv . .- ' -i-v.... .. ,..- u, .i.u.ij t, . ..uKi .,iui..uii.i u.i.i
i tin iiiiiii i reparniorj , i,t . .i, v,. iin' ii . .. ..,, , ,
I Mrs. Otto. Dlcrbach, who has been
Mfllni- nn.l tu U'lioDlnl Onnlnln III n. Iw. M. .... II. .u. .!..! r.. .1...
, , , , , .. ...... ,., , o. ,.nt-, ,, .. ,, ,T iv will, (in , JDi,l(l , .llfi
oynl welcomo hy her largo ,, .. m..i, r ..i '...... ... ..' ...
I . - ..!, , I ,1 l ",,o. .iu,,j,, wuimill Mill. DUO. !." It'll itl.O, Mill II , U11U illUIIKU
..... .. ........,-, U'.U i,V.,.n o,,,t.u ,, I,M lfnl.,1. t .U
family us guests. Fkcd Hush had Hie
Tllden party and tho musical auto
mobile. H. II. Hart of San Frauclsro
entertained a party, Chus. Keeler
Don't put In another day of distress.
Let Casraretj plenum) and regulaio
. .- --. . i.ii. iipnitnl .'nil Miinriiinii nnii i.mn.
daughter,, were the guests of Ciptaln! ertson givo her family a pie-want tenant Ouekenicver cuinn ln from
and Mrs. flnor of the U, 8. Navy.' purprlsij for they did not expect her. ai,nnPi,i
while the trausiort Logan was In iiart. Miss Oiar-o and Miss' Sybil will sail mett rrends on the transport Uigan,
Tuesday evening, Captain and Mrs. for Han Francisco the latter part of, -
fluyler enlertnliied at dinner In honor i Octrhrr and aro plr.nn'm to bo nwayi MrB. MeVry of Ynuugstown, Ohio,
Friday nnd will be itblo sliorlly to
leave for her homo on, King street.
Mrs, lllorbiteh has received numer
ous lluiul gifts since J.er Illness.
Mrs. U Tonncy Peek and her
mother, Mrs. A. Newton Iicke, will
on the Marama for leave on the Lurllno. for Maul, whore
McVey enjoyed hor they will bo tho guests of Judge mid
being among the number. Mr. nnd
tl-.. ... .. t...1.1 .. ..I xt f
...... ..-... . I,.-.. i-, b...u i. ....-. yi)r btl,.ll:icl; romoo tho four, mid!-
fni-elgh. Miss Allen Macfiirlane en-, tCl, ,, fcnn , fl , ., i:ll
er .lined n party or fourteen. Ihe ln!,;u,y.lmik1.B K!i: ,ake lh8 .'xe,M .o
Ilaloiwa singing boys sang Hnwallaii .... , ,. , ,rrv. ,.. ,,
the tyteui nil the decomposed waste ,'i
matter an I ixilson In the Intestlni-V
and bowels. Then you will feel r . .
moles during dinner.
Mrs. A. Itmieberg, Miss Milts, Mr.
mid Mrs. Harry Gray are continuing i
' A Cascarct fnluht will i., n '
straighten you out' by nioin'ng..Thn-i "h
wutk while jou sleep. A lb-rent, hat-
from mi drug n ore inca'iit a rle.ir.
head nnl rheerf illness for lii-itl'H. .
Chlldien love In take C.vcirrls b'S '
sclio.il friends 'on. Ill" cause they t.isto E'"d nover gr'p' "
or rlrSon'. " 'i
their sojourn n llaltlwa.
Jllsa Itoliprts sister f Mrt.'tn. -lor,
wlfo ofCipta'n Ou.vler of H19 U.
8. Navy '-t v's'tlng Mlt-s. M-irgiret
Scott In Hlh. Mlss,nberls andtMIss
Srnt t u'Iiia arlui ii frleilila ' nn " .
MONEY-SAVING - SPECIALS - AT - SACHS'
THKFOUR SPECIALS for Monday, TuVs- Tapestry ,. Tapestry Child ion's - Children's
d;.y and Wednesday are all good values, Couch Covers Table Covers Hose Dresses
. ', , . , . ... FLORAL AND 3AGDAD DESIGN FLORAL DESIGNS of , ,;, WASHABLE CING-
and represent a substantial saving which M.7B qualily r9dueed t0 ,3.50 i nHty. r.d-e.n t.. . .. ...ms Tho famout Quy braiMl, , Li. ham. ti, irm.m.d. .i, a i. u,
Careflll IlOUSekeeperS Ctin't afford tO Overlook. 3-73 " ' " 2-75 5.50'- ' " '.. 4.25 JnJ Cotton, nil eclori and slos, at a droin ?1.J5 to J3.;0, at a discount of
1 3.0U " " " 2.00 73" ". " " ...6.00 Pifclrl Oi'count of 12"i . 11 .
l?very department ol our large store :s rapidly being filled up with careful ly.: elected merchandise, shipments of new goods arriving by every steamer, ;1 direct
from the New York market. New arrivals are to be huind in the following departments:
Laces and Trinaming's
Many now and Inleienting novtllbj trc now btlng thown in tills do
VALENCIENNES from ., '.35 to T 1.25 per don yards
TORCHON from i. .'.., .13 lo ,7& por yard
ME8HLINS from ,?0 lo .50 "' "
MCAL IRinH CnOCHET from 1.00 to J3.75 " "
MCAL HUSH MEDALLIONS from - , 2 to 4
PERSIAN URAID3, ALLOVCnS, EMDR0IDEI1CD DUTCH COLLARS,
AUTO and ETnEET VCIL0 and VEILINQG, Including tin now "HAI1EM"
Wo aro now tho Sole Aqents for tho famous KNOX STRAW HATS, t.nd
hive Juct opened a large sample line, which will bo shown (or tlie.dr.t time
on MONDAY, 0F.PTEMDER IB.
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The orilcra which have poured Inti oi.r Milliner Department during the
Intt woi-U have 'milv bean enormous find vru most m.ilKylii'j, at )l shows
the Jntlii of Honolulu appreciate our efforts and recounjse the benefit uf Imv
Inp their hats detlgned by, and made under tho direct supervision of, a high'
Silks and, Dress Grooms
0ILK and WOOL CREPES, In Cr y, Chainiiafinc, UrOMii, Green, While
and Tawn, cuitable for party and even ng gowns, -H Inchon wtdv, at $L25.
New line of FRENCH CHALLICS at 63, C5 and 7S
NOVELTV SUITINC3 in shadow or Invisible ttripei ami In twa-tone
MESSALINC SILKS, plain and lancy, In all tin new shades.
Full line of CHINESE I'ONQEE, d.rcct (rum Cliefoo, from fl to MM
N.S.SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.