Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1911.
W , Apple Cider !l
fcv2 IN YOUR THANKSGIVING PIES tRlMi
ml Benson, Smith & Co., Ud., M
&& FORT AND HOTEL 3TREET3 b
Reduces 25 to 35 lbs. a month
with only 1-2 hour exercise a
day. Adapted to men and women.
Pilvuln Irralnutit and tins-. liiditirlinii tit II.iwull.iu 1 1ntel
fur u few wicks only, Telephone 5:!7.
NOTE. Young men who with lo join Boxing CI.133 will
make application at onco.
Mrs, Klngibury Entertains.
The 'riilliHil.iy l.imcl.coii Chili was
ciitorlilned thin week liy Mrs. Hois I
UliiRHhmy. The full rmniiUtncnt "I;
iii'miiIi'th wat tint present for Mr3.
l!o 1'r.inrln Smith f Iho Navy Is on
Hawaii Cncis were lalil for eight
lit nti attracllxo luncliion tnhlo lie-1
ilcil.cil with white nml ccrlre tnloreiti
lalnrH. The Hewers were nrrnngedj
111 11 colli basket, nml nltractlvo iilnco-j
cards poitra,lng i-cikm In tho Orient (
were used. Among tlnwo who cnjciy-j
til tho ho.ipttallty of Mm. Klnslmiy
were. Mtsdnmos I'rnlt, Taylor, thoj
Misses IMIth Cowles, MrStochor (2),
Htfphetu uiiil Mice Co.ipcr. I
The Honorable Geo. Carter Entertains
The Honorable (leu It. Caller, cn
Irilnlm'il Mr. nml Mm. II. W. Hal
cocl, Saturday. Tho pirty uiotorcil
to llulcln.i for itlnncr. sp-emlly 01
Jciod lcimst was scrvi'il at 11 table
prornsely ileriuateil with red enrtm-
l..i... ...! .,.,(, In li.ili fnrna frllii-l
h'iiii mix, itn..... 11 iiiiii .... . v.....
urn loin of carnation wore found at
u rh plalc The ten cream was scrv
ul In whole pineapples, which was nil
iniioratloii to Ihc gnosis fiom tho
pialiil.inil. During Hi" I'lmier the ll.i
lelwn singing l).VH snnK lil native
ulrs. It li needless to say. that tho
lsllors wore more than channoil
vllh their host's hospitality.
Dr unit Mrs. McCoy aro guests nt
Would You Enjoy
Vigorous Old Age?
Then use Duffy's Pure Malt Whis
key. It brings health ami ntrciiRtli
to eery one nlong life's pathway
Mr. A. II. .Ionian, of rutin. N Y.
IF. H. A has llvnl n stronuiuis life,
but ho Is strong, vigorous mill lie
tho nt SI years of ngc Hocentlj
lie wrote; "I use DuuVii Pure Mall
Whl'key rrRiilnrly, ntnl thllil: thcie
the genuine; substitutes nml linltii
in their declining age few
months ngn Ihuio was published 11
llttlo history of my early life 113 the
olilest man now living In tho town
of Cuba, N. Y." ,
It Is it womlcrfiil leiunily In the
treatment unit cure of consumption,
pncuinonln, toughs, colds, malaria',
low fccrs, sloinaeh troubles mid all
wasting nml weakening coiiilltlons,
If taken as illreeteil
Sold Morywheio IN SKAl.HI)
IIOTTI.KS ONLY He mire you gel
Is no better medh I ne for old people
tlotiB nro InJuiloiiH Wrlto for free
inedleal booklet nml doctor's mhlco
The llntf Mall hlke) Co.,
linchotir, .. Y., I'. S. A.
And Six Months Hence
Have Your Hat
vi: auk nxi'titu's on fi.uANixa hats, oimi mi:tiioh
ta i:."rim:i,Y ni:v ani itmi:d kxumtsiyki.y iiy us 'si:ni
HH AN OM HAT Foil TlilAI. IT Wll.l. LOOK I.IKII Ni:V
WHION UKTUHNIUI TO YOU.
y ', v
122 BERETANIA STRECT
NEAR FIRE STATION
"ICnli.illi.t" (.doubtful) was the word
iikimI Hits iiioniliiK In pollen court by
'judge Mnus.irrut 111 handing down Ids
lilocMon in favor of Sam lcl,nn,charK
el with trpsiHiisInK nt night "11 thn
premises of another. l.orrln Andrews,
appeal lug as special roiinsd for tho
pioseeutlon, iiuiilo 11 strong and force
ful prostitution of tlic case In his clos
ing argument, but although It appar
ently left a convincing Impression upon
the 111I111I of the mart. Judge Monsar-
lal, who liHteni'd to the arguments of
both side, decided In faor of the de
fendant nod discharged I1I111.
i' I' rhllllngwnrth, who appeared
for the defend. ml, Interpose,! objections
durlin? Andrew' argument, but after
looking ovir tlie mliiules of the court
he v. if.hdiow them,
A few days ago Judge Monsnrrnt. ac
companied by Andrews nml Chllllng
n 01 tli, viewed Ibn pr'emli-M 111 (ues
tlon, hi order to familiarize thcmiclvoH
'with the locality wluio thu defendant
Is alb'ged to have liien seen ly the
wltnessei for tlc prosecution.
Giorffe l'i ledenberg, nrioiiteil for as
rauH ami lutleiy, w-as tlli"cl J IS and
eols nt eiuirt The il feiulant Is well
known In lln police, having been a
'iciiurnler of the pollen court.
Tho trlnl of I.. Kiiin.iKa nml A. Kn
iniikM, 'on assault ami Intlrry, was
agiiin postpimoil thin morning. The
complaining witnesses Is idlll In tho
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Mrs. Antonio do Nimirro, who wur
Mary Anderson on Iho American (ttage
lieforo her mairlago In ISS9, arrived
In New York on tho steamshln llaltlo.
Picosiiio of other matlers heforo
louusel for (lie defeiisn Is likely to
postpone tho trials or Indicted olllcers
ol tho susnr trust until Jaiiiiniy.
1'HKIl O'HHir.N or Kohatn has conic
to Honolulu to servo on tho l'cdenil
S, U 8YKK3, of Pittsburg, bns re
tunied to the Coast alter siwiidlng n
-pleasant vacation in Jlonoliilu.
MAnAM KIMIlU.I,, arrived rrom
llalclwn today to spend 11 fortnight
as tho .quest of Mrs .I0I111 Mct'iuii
I.KYI C. I.YMAN, prlnclp-il of Hilo
P.nardliig School, was re-elerted pre
sident tit the Hilo Teachers' Union
JOHN M. JAMKH of Sioux KjIIh.
S. I)., may enlei the local coiitniellug
business, lie was heie 011 a trip about
it year ago,
C. I). CLAWSON. a well known Yo.
koluimn morehant Is a through pas
senger In thu Korea eu route lo the
pirrnit daniki.s, sou or .1. u ixm-
iols, Is 111 chnrpu of the Kona Tobacco
plantation during his father's nbiinco
on the mainland,
V. A. WILSON, a lea merchant of
tho eastern slates Is leliiiulng as .1
passengor In the Wnicu from a buy
ing tour of Japan and Koruios.i.
It. O. HAMMANSON of Taeoinn.
Wash., ictiirncil to his linmo elly re-
cenlly after 11 pleasant Irip In the Ori
ent, including a slop In Hawaii.
I.. V. PYi: Is a Kobe, Japan lea
merchnnt who Is making 11 business
tllp to tho Hulled Stales as a thioiigh
llasseugor In thu Puclllo Mall liner
SYDNKY COIIKN, n well known
silk buyer representing a chain of
Kaslern liiiimrtlnK linnui'S, Is 11 ,
throuRb iuidi btiRer 111 Iho Koien to
AUTIlim C. II t'ASSON nml Mm
Ciimoii nro U1111I011, Kiigland, resi
dents who urn returning from 11 round
tho world tour nml nro through pas
heiigers In Iho Puclllo Mall liner Ko
ien. SA51UUI. McCUI.I.OCII, nil exlen
hlo laud owner of New South Wales
Is u through passenger In tho P.iclllc
Mull liner Korea, making a trip to
Kiiglaiid by tho way of tho t'nlled
MKSSItS. II. (lltlCIJ.V AND R II
WAI.TKII, two pioiulnent llrltish
iiiiimifiK tuiorn, nro returning as pns
Fengera In tho Korea, to Iho home
land after completing 11 business lour
of tho K.ist
1HE average man buys two
suits per year, but the
average clothier doesn't know
how the suit he sells will look
six months hence. Very often
if he did he wouldn't tell. How
the suit looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure? Iftyou
want wearing; lasting good
ness insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
fe)i 1 . :mw
Special Thanksgiving Sale
Week Commencing- November 20th
Half Bleached 25c., 35c, 65c, 75c, 95c. yard
Mercerized Bleached Damask . 40c, 50c, 60c yard
66-inch Linen Damask 6Gc yard
72-in. Linen Damask $1, $1.25, $1.35, $1.50, $1.75 yd.
90-inch Linen Damask $1.75 yard
22x22 " ...
22x22 " ...
25x25 " ...
25x25 I' ...
25x25 " ...
Hand Made Cluney Doylies,
50c, 75c. $1.25. $2.00 each.
Sets Cloths and Napkins
Round or Square
108x108 Cloths and 1 doz. 25x25 Napkins. .$22.50 set
108x108 Cloths and 1 doz. 27x27 Napkins.. $25.00 set
108x108 Cloths and 1 doz. 27x27 Napkins$28.00 set
These aro the very best Irish manufacture.
18x27 Special at.. 50c each
19x20 " 50c. each
Tea Cloths and Napkins
Special. $8.50, $9.50, $13.50,
$17.50 and $19.50 set.
Small Table Cloths
36 in. sq.. $1.50, $2.00, $2.25
45 in. sq..$ 1.75, $2.25, $2.50
54 in. st..$2.50, $2.75, $3.00
Sideboard Scarfs, Squares and Runners
In Bin Varieties from $1.00 to $12.50
roMTi: ti in: (iai.i:miii:iit. who
for tho past thirty-three years has
been Ideiitllied with Tim Imperial
Chinese customs service, In many im
pel taut capacities Is returning to l'.u-
rope, whero hu will retire from olll-
KIXSMITII, the iiulliortoil physical
I miner of tho army, will glto n lee
I ill o at Hie Itoyal Hawaiian Hotel at
"-.SO o'clock Monday afternoon. Ills
"object will bo "Ph steal Culture and
'Is PurHie." Ktorono Including thol
ladles if the ritv Ih invited. I
MISS HI'DY COM, lint anil Miss
Ivy Collier, two pretty nnd Uvatlous
vaudeville singers and dancers who
have won much fnmo and favor.iblo
notlco throughout the l''nr Hastern
theatrical circles, havn accepted con
tracts with a local theater Tho teiim
nrrlxcil In the Korea this morning
nftcr having closed n successful sea
son nt Shanghai nnd Hongkong.
Tho Maul News, speaking nt tho
first daiico held under tho auspices
of Court Valley Island. Order of I-'or-
ectcrs, says It was u huge success.
The daiico was laid In tho lowii hall
Tim fiiuitli fiiiini.il nrfiiiiiit of .1 1'.
Souiu, guaidlan of Murla do Jesus et
al, minors, was approved josterduy In
the circuit court. Tho guardian charg
ed himself wllh Kinfl.ft'i but did not
nsk for nny allowances.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
According to rexrts Karly nn
Filch, nml tho dancing team, Odcl
niiii Hart aro making good on MtcjV
The moving pictures tint aro beluR
nhown nro llnt class,
Kuni Sing from whom Annie Florcs
Kum Sing Is seeking n dlvorco was
yesterday ordered to pay S. V, Chll-J
iiugworiii f.io ami 10 pay iiiiii couri'
(l.t on account of his wlfo'a coits.f
The publlr scho.ils of V.illiiku3
Muni, fittingly obsened Arbor Day
Theio woro no trees, planted as thai
ichool grounds Imvo plenty, hut (hero
were other exercises that wcro plens-
lug. . '
NEW SEASON'S PACK
Blue Label Brand
LINEN TOWELS Huck and Satin Damask Towels, all Sizes from a-small Guest Towel 13x19 to extra larrjc,
24x42 $1.50 to $18.00 per dozen.
It's Really Delicious.
Ask your Grocer for it.
iL&Lj fflfaaiftiftifriteii ww wh -