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EVCNINCl BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1912.
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A Wonderful Sanitary
. . Refrigerator
Most sanitary because nowhere
In the entire lining or fnml compart
ment In there H single groove, crack
fir crevlco xxlicre n germ can clnrt.To
(lie cleaning clolli, nnd there cim nev
er be nny miici hiding places, bccnne,
unlike nil cither so-called stone, sl.ilo
or tlle-Ilneil refrigerators, Xynn stone
can nexcr chip, craik or dlxcolnr. Cnr
Hern rounileilj shelves, Ice tank, every
thing slides out rrem front, then a
glistening, linked snow-white llnlnr
of XYNO stone, as durable hk nickel
Kteol, beautiful mm uiarlile, ami ns
caiilly clcancil as glass.
The Ithlnrl.indcr Is most eio
tioinknl Plrst HecatiKe of prli e
lower tlmn nny other refrigerator ilnr
big to npproaeh the Khlnelamlcr In
elllclencj. tfecond. Itccauno of mini
niiini Ice requirements. Tho casing I
innMructcit of eight separate nnililli
tlmt xxnlls of cusluir, sheathing and
mulchings, Including n mineral wont
lining mul the XVNO stone lining It
keeps out the heat; keeps In tho coM
Furthermore, the Ithlnelatuler linn a
drainage njstctn anil a system of cir
culation that guarantees throughout
tire entire refrigerator absolute tlrx
air The Ice chamber Is mnilo of rust
proof gaUnnlzeil Iron, xxltli b.u U
"hinting Hoor to Insure proper ttrslii
agc Ciililnetk of liiiutlfiilly-nnlslird.
nlr-ilrleil o.ik. nnconilltlonally giinrnti
teeil against warping or falling apart
llcaiy uliktl trimmings.
Come in and let us show you this wonderful Refrigerator, also
our twenty different styles and varieties of Rhinelander
FROM $16.00 AND UP.
See our Window
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Ask Your Grocer For lb
Are ths choice of the exclusive man for ummer wear. Dig stock of varied
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
61 KINO 8TREET NEXT TO ADVERTISER OFFICE
Bargains in Veranda Rockers
llOUIII.i: HATTAX SKATS AM) HACKS
Priced from $1.60 to $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid.
WHAT LOS ANGELES PAPERS SAY
ABOUT ALOTO BIG RECEPTION
I.OS ANOIOI.KS, Cat.. May ".Lank- Aloha Templo lias mado It nn annual
rrnhlm Hotel held tho largest crowil ciiHtnnt to glvo n reception anil ills.
In Its history lust night, when Aloha ponso refreshments and tho visiting
anrine, iionoium, onioriainoti ino pun- .-venues xvoro unanimous In voting them
lie ami spoolnlly Invited guests with Ideal hosts,
Hawaiian nitixle and Rifts of native itcprcscntntivo McCandless, speak
fruits and flowers. Consorvntlxo estl- lug for Aloha, said: "Wo consider
mates upon the number In attemlauco that l-os Angeles is Inking earn of us
wero between 12,00 and in.oou. It mngnlflccntly and for our part wc
was not until midnight that tho store should like to mako tho Journey bote
of rocoanuts and pineapples and lcls every year. Wo think wo hao a pret
were exhausted. Kvon then tho rucsIs ty lino country of our own. lint we are
lingered, waiting, npiiarently, for more greatly Impressed with tho beauties
miiHle from the Hawaiian singers, of Iok Angeles and moro especially
ArrnngemontB for tho reception with tho resources of tho city In tho
wore mado by Jim McCamlless, candl- way of hospitality and entertainment
date fur Outer (luard, and Col. I.. C - Los Angeles Times.
VI'II '"A '"IS JiiiH i,l()?i8 II8I -i'"l.l
ojbo in im (In opis iiBu s )
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oi) Aq popuci
s ojtiijujnj jiioA; uoiM jriq iicG(Jc si prj s:ii
Aides. In tho receiving linn with the
P.iirol members wero Mrs. Itnliert
Lowers, Mrs. II. II. Williams, Miss
Williams, Mrs. U. A. Kerr and Mrs.
I'. T. Cleghorn. At tho cocoauut booth
precldcd Princess Wllhclmlna WolRht,
who is the Pan ildcr anil starter for
ino ratrot team. I li mere ne no evasion we mean
The reception was originally plaun Curonlf' nnrt supposed Incurable eases
ed for Hie Shrlno (piartcrs on tlio sec- '"vnlvlnn dropsy, albumen and castb
ond floor of the hotel. Hut (lvo mln TJioy are curable In many cases,
utes after the guests began lu nrrlvo' let us cite n typical ease that of
last night It was seen that It would bo Mr. It. I'. Mtscke, of 12(fi Spalght
necessary In uso Iho lobby of tho ho- street, Madison, WK Tlicro haft been
tel, and a half-hour later tho basement eight physicians on Ibis casu and It
was turned over to Aloha Shrlncrs, Rnt so extreme Hint ho finally had
anil even then there wasn't mom. Sov- nun of tho Inst symptoms; namely,
trill times during tho evening the failure of eyesight. In January, 11107,
croud became so Intcnso that women tho doctors admit lotDHiat nothing fur
fainted. They wero quickly roxlxod. thor could bo done, nnd they 3eul lilm
Many who attended tho leceptiou to Kurckii Springs, Arknusas. Ho
given by Islam Shrine ratno to Alnhn continued to got worso, tho ilrnpsy
iieuiiipiiiriers. minimi uu who wem ui iiiinuy reacniug ino Slnmnclt, hem t
tho l,atikcrshlm Hotel also went to tho and lungs. Ho stated Hint at nun'
Alexandria, where California wines limn tho tests showed albumen as
and rnlslus wero being given nway as high ns 75 per eiit.
souxonlrs. All .luring ho even iiir the Ho learned of Kullim'H Itennl Com
crowd was mnx ng and had Iho ap-' ,,,, lln, ,,,, , tnko ,t , , ., ,
pearanco or an Inoxhausllb e and end ,r(,1)8y lPKm H,nwly , ,, J ,
less chaln.-Ii Angeles l.xamlner. ,ho ui)llInolI ,rppCd to forty, then to
In Line Two Hours. twenty, then to ten.
I.OS AN(HXi:S, Cnl., Mny 7. Half llo had returned to his employment
n hundred lomplcs, represented by at last adxlccs.
limy .null) jsoiiies ntiil their wivcs.i rulton's Itennl Cniiipnunil can be
partook or tho generous hospitality of had In your city al tliu Honolulu Drug
Aloha Templo of Honolulu nt tho Company, Port street.
I.nukcrshlm last night. Tho Aloha del- Send inr freo pamphlet and wrlio
egatlnu, tho largest over sent from us If not Improving by tlilrtl week
that templo to this country, stood In .Ino. J. Fulton Co., (115 lluttory Kl ,
lino moro than two hours greeting San Francisco, ,
their visitors nnd dispensing with lav-' . m .
l!.oi?"hl,oi.nd.P' f th0 "r""c"' VHE INDIAN MEDICINE MAN
Thu tuneful Hawaiian quartet which
was brought oxer with Iho delegation, was choBen by his tribe in pioneer
delighted tho Immonso crowd which days because of his expert knowledge
lucked tho lobby to oxorflowlng, with in combining medicine from roots and
nallxo songs and Instrumental Bolec herbs to cure disease. Thoy could
tlous. llolow in n largo basement nennquor dlsuasos.that today balTIo the
room Potcntato Hodglns and ids bro- most skilled physicians who haxo
thor Noblos mado the visitors wolcomo spout jcars In tho study of drugs,
xvhllo Kona eoffce, sliced pineapple,; From the loots mid horbs or tho
liliii-applo Julco. cocoanuts and other, Hold hydlu 13. Plukhain nearly roily
Hawaiian products wero sorxed. Tho jears ago gavo to tho women of tho
visiting ladles xvero tho recipients of world n remedy for female Ills deemed
nntlvo llhna lcls or floral wreaths,' more potent and elllcaclous than any
soxeral hundreds of which had been combination or driiRs. Today I,dia
martn for the occasion. ) n. pinkham's Vegctablo Compound Is
On tho second floor, where are lo- recognized tho world over as the
caled tho headquarters of Aloha dele- standard remedy for female ills
ration, tho members of Aloha patrol,
twenty-six in number, did tho honors.! Bi Drill Waut Ads will flud It,
Beautifully Decorated Booths
Take In Many Dollars.
Tim consensus of opinion Is that tho
Tlioina Square Festival xvas the gran
dest nffnlr of Its kind ox'er hold In this
Tenltory, and also that tho financial!
end of It Is Just ns satisfactory.
Saturday's Mullet In gaxo an ac-
count of tho crowds that were on hand
at tho opening of the fair, nnd ul-j
though they tilled all tho booths Ui:
ovcrfloowlng the ex'cnlng crowds w-ere
larger by far. Hxery booth was lllleil
and kept filled during tho whole exen-!
lng and did a most fallsfadory busi
ness In tho xvay of sales. I
The delicatessen booth xxas cspe
clilly successful, more than $3(10 be
ing turned in by It. The raffle booth,'
us well ii3 Mrs. Harris nox-elty booth,
also deserve honorable mention.
It Is n fact that at some of the'
booths the crowds had to be drlxen'
away so that they could bo closed at
or near 10 o'clock Saturday night.
One very noticeable features of tho,
fete at Thomas Square xxas the mil-'
forms. Fort Shatter xxas represented
nt tho gathering by Major Wbolley
and Mrs. Wholley as xx-ell as a niiiii-'
lier of commissioned olllcers nnd a
detail of half u dozen men under com
maud of Sergeant O'Kecfc, who put
In n busy afternoon disposing of tick-'
ets. lu less than two hours tho sot ,
dlers had sold two thousand tickets
at 10 cents each.
Tho Foreign I.unch xxas ono of the!
arfalrs of the Fair. It was ono of the1
most attract ho In tho decorations.,
The latticed walls were bcautlfullyj
decorated, one-half In bamboo, ribbon,
grass and malle, from which liutigi
large l.a Franco roses, xvhllo tho otli-j
er half xxas malle and ribbon grass
with trailing lavender clematis. The
attrncllx'o place xxas In charge of Mrs.
Frederick Mnefnrlane and Mrs. Armlu
Haiieberg as chairmen, assisted by'
Mrs Andrexv Fuller, Mrs. Thos, King,1
Mrs .1 M. Doxvsett. Mrs. A. Falke,
Mrs K. Macfarlano, Mrs. K, llrune,
Mis, W I.anz. Mrs. Albert Horner,!
Mrs llehrens, Miss Cordelia Walker,'
Miss Helen Alexander, Miss Helen,
Itockwell. Miss Ileatrlco Holdsworth,
Miss It llnlslead, Mrs, 0. Halstead.
Miss Lillian McChesuey, Miss Carol
Heed, Miss IMIth Coxvlcs, Miss Oeral-
dine Neumann, Miss I.ydla McStnckcr.l
Miss Julio McStocker, Miss Koollug,
Misses Ingles, Misses Mcl-enn (2),'
Miss Florence Hoffman, Miss F Cnus
ens, Miss Dorothy Wood. Miss llhilr.
Miss burns. Miss Margaret Water
house. Miss Irma llallentyne. Miss
Winston, Miss Laura Nott, Miss F.dlth
Williams, Miss Iruchannn, Miss Nora
Sturgeon, Miss Alice Cornet, Miss I
Purvis, Miss II. Jones.
Ice Cream Oooth.
Near tho center of the square the
Ico cream booth presented n most In
viting appearance. In the center a
large fountain of blocks of lie, bank
ed In xxhltc asters nnd maidenhair
ferns. Tho young women hcrxlng
xxore white lingerie gowns, with large
pale-Rreen hats, faced Willi white,
wllb a huge butterfly in white innllne
mounted at tho back. Mrs. Alexander
J. M. ltoberlson xxns In charge, assist
ed by Mcsilnmes Cbas Hall. Willie
Campbell. Misses Ixamakln Magoon,
draco Itnberlsou, Irene Until. Ilium;
Holt. Mae Carilen, Malle Cowan, Sybil'
Winter. Henrietta Smlihb. MlldredJ
Chnpln. 'llleanor Holt, Rosalie Holt,'
(iertrude Holt, Hthel Whiting, Virgin
la McCarthy. Margaret McCarthy, I
Kathcrlnc lllake, Wllbelmlna StrnuchJ
Alice Slrauch. Sybil Itohortson. Iliilb
Johnstone. Cerlruile McCnrrlston, Hs-I
ther MrCorrlslon, ICmallne Mngoon,1
nnd Ilernlce Cool,e. I
Pink roses and masses nf xlolets
formed the deeorallnns. Here nnel
rnuld Iniv babies' IIiIiibk, towels, fancy
xxork, dinner favors, plnre cards,!
aprons nnd laics at remarkably rea-j
scumble prices. The xoung ladles as
sisting xvore xxhlte dresses and prett
hats. Mrs. W. W. Harris, chairman;!
assistants, Misses Mrt!o St human,!
Mnrtha McCbesney, Thelnin Murpliv,
Dorothy Wood, Violet Sloexer. Hlolse
Wlrhmnn, Albertn Wholley wero In
Mrs Waller Macfarlane, assisted by
Mrs. Shingle, did the honors at the
Lemonade and Yellow.
Ijirge .xelloxv ehryR.iiiilieniumn fall
ing from pepper brandies were tho
decorations of the lemonade boolh.
Lnrge v.nies of coreopsis adorned rath
end of the center.
The Delbatessen booth wllb lis
store of hams, pickles. alined fruits.
m,-, mrvn dim if, 1- iitiilli li'M. WIIN,
xx'eli patronized during the afterimoii.'
Palms and liniiglug peppers wen- the
cITectlx-e tlecorntliins I'niter the II-,
reetlon of Mrs. Arlbur Wall ami Mis.
In Itol and a corps of tnmpctcut ns-j
slstnnts, business at I Ills booth boom-,
The Cnuilv booth wus nearl as
well patronised as nny booth on Ibn
grounds, nnd the home-made caml)
brought lu mnuy tlollars.
The booths were nil ns ailraetlxe as
could bo nnd the attendants xxcio
From !i to 10 o'cloik In the ex'enlni;
nearly exerv prison who boarded nn
outbound car xxns loaded down xxith
snfn pllloxvs or other packages.
Mrs. (Ins Murph), who, xxlth the aid
of n corps of able assistants, managed
and arranged the IntrUnto doings of
this grand fair, sinled today that she I
had not jet lecelxed the leturns fioin
all the booths but thai the total n
celpts would easily run oxer $3000 I
Hasn't Rccc'vcd Another Let
ter From Delegate Rum
or of Bolt Absurd.
Hex-. Stephen L Desha of Illlo. In
volxetl by tho morning paper In a
slory that he had n letter from tho
Dclogfilo nnd that Ixuhlo Is preparing
If bolt to Hoosexcll In Hie Chicago
(onxeutlon, tnkes very strong extep
foil to tho newspaper report
"KITorts mado by the Adxertlscr to
lli.d Mr. Desha j'csterdny failed," says
the story this morning, but the fncH
tire, snjs Desha, that ho happened to
meet the edllor of the Adx'ertlser him
sell jesterday ami they talked frcelj.
So when be snxv this morning the re
port that be couldn't be found, ho waj
naturally much surprised.
Mr Dosha this morning denied em
phatically thai he oxer recelxcd a let
ter nf any kind from the Prlnco stneo
be left the Territory last tlmo. Ho
xxns surprised to read in tho morning
piper lotlav that Iho Delegate had
threatened to come out In support of
Mr. Iloosexelt at the coming conx.cu
Hon In Chicago.
"I am surprised to rend in tho Ad
vertiser Hint there Is another letter
from Hie Prince addressed to me so
sensational In eliarnctor," snld Desha
this morning, when seen.
"I met Mntheson yeslcrdax on tho
street-ear but at no time did xxo talk
about the attitude of the Prlnco at tho
mining convention in Chicago. Mr.
Mntheson did not nsk me whether 1
received any letter from the Prlnco
since he left here for Washington last
and I xxns surprised to read this morn
ing Hint I hax-e another letter from
"It seems lo mc Hint Hie Adxcrtlscr
did not mako special eflorls lo find
me yesterday with reference to tho
letter xvhlcb It Is alleged 1 received
from the Prince Had the reporters
of the Atlx-ertlser tried to find out tho
fncts tliej certainly could hnxo found
me. Hut. nl any rale. I hax-e noxer
discussed the position of tho Print o
with Mr. Mntheson. nnd It Is ridicu
lous that be, as edllor of llio Adxer
User, should permit such n slory to
Knee out In print this morning.
"II seems to me that this Is only
another attempt of tho Adxertloer to
discredit tho Delegate."
Hill lei In Want Ads vt III llml If.
Ilin Wong, a Chinese student al Co
lumbia 1'nlverslty al Noxv York and a
grailunto of Iho school of Journalism
or tho 1'iilverslty ot Missouri will
leaxe tho Culled Slates shorllj to
Join Dr Sun Yat Sen as a special
agent In tho Chlncso reformers' plans
for tho Industrial development of
Soul hern China
Comedy presented in tabloid form a lot though
May Nannery comply
Four clever people in breezy sketches that are all new.
Comedy pathos anil thrills but, ofcour.se, mostly fun.
This company has "made good." You'll like its work.
Another new act that arrived on the Sierra is also on;
Ryan and Bryan
A singing and dancing team introducing new features
Only a few more times may you see the five Orientals
The Yokohama Troupe
in their peerless balancing feats. The kids go some.
Last Time to Hear
Ricci's Saxophone Quartet
The Charming Italian Musical Act.
Motion Pictures Are Worth Two Visits
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