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FINE VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
SELECTIO.NS BY BEST
Miss Campbell is the
Bride of Prince David
Meters of Art League to Enjoy
Musical Evening at Beautiful Val
ley Reslder.ce Extra Electric
Cars Will Take Visitors Up Hill
Where Guides Will Show Way.
Th MaOcl circl" of tie Kilofeaaa
Art Leaga tffl gfre a jattslcele on
Monday eveoiag, January 20. at S
o'clock at lie home of Mrs. S. N. Cas
tJ. Pmiokoraa, la Atanoa valley. The
iroll5.s:ars from Pttoahon are to run
p ih vtHey at ten minutes Inter
Tale between 7:15 a ad 7:55 in the
evening. At Hilieide avenue Japan
te gvfifes and an occasional lantern
win direct toe guides up Castle Hill.
Toe following, program will be giv
en: OanrKcJa. (two ptanos) GarUtt
Mfes Etener and Miss Castle.
Toe Dream, rtolln obUgato)
Annls Montague Tomer.
Mrs. W. L. Whitney.
Mr Memodes paolo Tosti
Mr. H. F. Wfchman.
Anuks ItlontagHe Turner.
Sonat, on. IS (piano anJ o!la)
Mr. J. A. Am me and Miss Castle.
This mufileale is sore to he one of
Jlie most delightful events of the
reason. Those who have had an op
maturity to enjoy Ml Castla's
"monthly "Bachelor's Concert" know
the charms of a musical at that place
and these who have not previously
enjoyed sttch au opportunity can look
forward to a most delightful evening.
The music room In the Castle resi
dent; has been fitted out with much
kill and care with the result that
not ev-n the slightest touch of music
stayed escapes the listener who is
sew ted in one of the large adjoining
rooms from the windows of which
the most splendid views cf the val-
,tejr. the plains and far In the back
ground the blue Pacific, can be had.
A Monday evening will he a moon-
l!ght one the weather Is fair, the
views of the scenery will be more
-beautiful than over and those who
attend the concert will be able to en
Joy the doubled delight for the ear
snd for the ee
SAX FRANCISCO. Jan. 5. Pnac
tsetty at noon today Archbishop Rior
dnn. who was assisted by Father
Raraat of the Cathedral, united in
matrimony Miss Abigail Campbell of
San Jose and Prince David Kawa-
nanakoa of Honolulu. The ceremony
was performed under a canopy of
ferns and white roses in- the main
parlor of the Occidental HoteL Only
a few relatives and guests of the
bride and groom were present, al
though there was a large gathering
in the corridors of the uninvited,
most of them residents of the hotel,
who viewed the wedding procession
and stole a peep at the ceremony.
It was five minutes before noon
when the decorators withdrew from
the parlor and the servants finished
corted the bride, who is a tall and
comely Hawaiian girt, and who was
attired In a beastifsl gown of wfcite
lace and wore a large 'vhite hat with
a feather. Behind the bride walked
Colonel Sam Parkerand his bride,
who fe the mother of Prince Davids
ine ceremony in the parlor was
Tory "simple. There was no mnsic
Prince David and 3'iss Campbell
stood before the Archbishop. On the
right of the Prince was Earnest Par
ker and on the left of the bride 3Iiss ,
Anita Chrystal of Honolulu, her most
intimate girl friend. Judge J. C B.
Hebbard of this city. Judge George,
Gear and Judge Davis of Honolulu,'
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B. F. Dillingham of Honolulu and the
younger members of the Parker andi
Campbell families stood about the
sweeping and dusting. Prince David ( bridal pair. Xot more than fifteen
and his attendants had one room
and the bride and her attendants an
other; the guests had several rooms,
and an apartment was reserved for
the Archbishop and Father Rama.
As the noon hour struck Major
Hooper sent word that all was ready.
The bridal procession formed quick
ly. Earnest Parker, son of Colonel
Sam Parker, led the way with Prinze
David. Mr. Ryland of San Jose s-
others were .in the parlor.
After the ceremony all the rela
tives kissed the bride and congratu
lated the groom. There was a wed
ding breakfast before which forty
persons sat down.
The two bridal pairs. Colonel Sam
Parker and his wife, and Prince
David and his wife, accompanied
Judge Davis, will depart tomorrow
the Santa Fe for Washington, D. C
ffie BEsr Klfines
distilled from the choicest
yields of field and vineyard,
bottled with the utmost care
.and skill, and delivered at your
door the finest tonics and in
vigorants ycu car. get-
WHAT SHALL WE SEND YOU?
Come in and make a selection;
we guarantee the quality.
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the Pioneer Wine and Liquor House.
No. 25 King St.. near 3etheL
Wc nt Eyeglasses and Spectacles J
and fit tliera Rizfri fust Rihi. We i
fit glasses to old eyes to give better
vision and to preserve eyesight. We
fit glasses to young eyes for the re
moval of eye-strain and attendant
Frames Right, Lenses Right,
Treatment Right, Prices Rightx
RIGHT OUR WAY, pfease.
Facton ou the premises.
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Boston Building, Port street.
The Tri -Weekly Leading Mewspaper.
Best Job Printing at Lowest Prices.
Second Great Clearance Sale
This week we shall throw onr entire stock of.
LADIES WASHASLE SKIRTS
on ocr counters, to be sold at cost or less. We do not beite that
any lady who visited our Muslin Underwear Sale last weak: was dis
appointed, la the bargains offered, or can say that the Sale did not
carry out the promises made In oar advertisements. We give yoa oar
word that the values offered this week will be equally as sreat, and
that this is an opportunity not to be passed, by.
These Skirts are cat by skilled men tailors aa wtll mad and
trimmed. They are of Crash. Khaki. Denim, Duck. Unea aad Pfqae.
and are both white and colored. They are soM so cheaply that w
cannot afford to make alterations oa S"tirts bought darin? this. Sale
but there Is a great variety of sizes and lengths, and almost every
one can be fitted.
Prices begin at 25 cents and go to 3360, with all prices between;
the greatest bargains, however, bein? between 51.00 and ?2.ifll
We shall put in with this Sale-a few beautiful Pure Slk Colored
Petticoats, which we have marked at exact cost. There are only a
limited number of them and they will probably all be sold on the
first Jay of the Sale hence better be quick.
WHITNEY & MARSH; LTD.
IMPRESSIVE RITES MARK .SCHLEY APPEALS TO
GILFILLAN OBSEQUIES j THE PRESIDENT
NOTABLE HAWAIIANS ATTEND.
George Davis Pays Tribute Funeral
in Charge of Prominent Masons
and Held in San Francisco on
Jan. 6 Blue Lodge Ceremonies.
WASHINGTON. Jan.. 7. The ob
ject of Admiral Schley's visit to the
' White House yesterday was to re
, quest the President to consider an
t appeal forthe reversal of the action
of Secretary Long and the disap
j proval of the majority judgment of
the court of inquiry. The interview
Is well done. It is the repairing of
And the making of . . . . . . .
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
I was satisfactory, the President grant-
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. C Mafeons in5 the Admiral's request. Admiral
of San Francisco consigned to a!Sch,e-v was ivea aa opportunity to.
grave in Laurel Hill Cemetery Tes. rresent the case from Ws standpoint
, , ,, . . ...,,! ,. and acquaint the President with
terday the body of Archibald F. GH-; many detaUs wltfc wWch the ,aUerj
fillan. a resident of Honolulu, who could have no knowledge. !
met his death through an accident, Rayner aml T6ague counse, for,
in Philadelphia ten days ago. With , Bead Admiral Schley, came over from I
all the impressive ceremonial of the) Baltimore today and were closeted
THE MOTOR CARRIAGE AHD
Phone White Oil
MRS. MORGAN GIVES
IN HONOR OF DEPARTING LAD'lES
VDafnty Luncheon For Party of Six
Table Prettily Decorated with
Maile, Flowers and Ribbons in
. Yellow Color Scheme.
Blue Lodge, the brethren of the dead
man honored his memory, and told
of his good works in life. Relatives;
or Gilfillan who live in San Francis
co, were present at the Masonic Tom- J
pie, and conspicuous among the Ha-'
waiian Masons attending were: Sam-j
uel Parker, Prince David Kawanana-j
koa. Judge G. D. Gear, George Davis 1
for several hours with their client.
While it is not definitely known how
much tim was afforded in which tr
prepare the appeal, it is understood
to be the wish of President Roose order
velt that the matter be presented as
tarly as possible.
The following statement was given i
out by Admiral Schley's counsel at .
the conclusion of the conference:
For Some GENUINE HIKE'S
BOOT BEER or GINGER ALE
Editor, - .
River Street near Beretanla Bridge.
P. O. Box 842. TeL White 54L
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. - H.T
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
A boy once wrote: "I luv a
rooster fer tew things one lz the
krow that is in him, and the other
is the spurs that air on him to
bak up- his crow with."
We admit having crowed often
and loud, but we hav the "spurs
to back up the krow."
All kindd of drinks delivered to all
parts of the city upon the receipt oi
Rothwell. all Knights "Admiral Schley has concluded, af-
and John G
Templar and members of Honolulu
Acting Master Henry M. Owens of
California Lodge. No. 1. conducted
the funeral service, and read the
beautiful and comforting" ritual of
Soda Water Works
A Charming nasturtium luncheon
wfts given by Mrs. J. F. Morgan yes
venlny afiernoju at her home on Em
aa street, just mauka of the square.
Ttte luncheon was tven In honor of
r .Miss S. Levingstoii. About four
.months ago Mies Leviugston. Miss
Bessie Church, Miss Mabef Jones.
Miss Eva Dennis and Mrs. J. F. Mor
gan made the trin.fram the Coast to
tfit city together In tl.e Ventura, and
as the young Indies are to depart for
the Coast on the Sierra on January
JM Uie luncheon was sort of a far.
The lunch table which was set icr
six, was very prettily decorated :n
jtow wlta ferns and flower ujutur
Uttius prevailing. . From the chande
' Her whtch had been decorated with
sweat smelling maile and Chinese
Braages, yellow ribbons were arrang
1 mi as streamers down to the table.
The dining room had been decorat
ed as well with greens and flowers,
a UMmber of wooden plaques with
j yrographically engraved moitoes
chlatly from Omar Khayam being es
. .gclally noticeable. These were the
lvtfrk of Miss Levlngstoa. At each
- caver was placed a tiny basket
with bon bons intended as a souvenir
of the occasion.
The followinp ladies w'ere present:
Mls S. Levingston. Miss Bessie
Cfeierch. Miss Mabel Jones. Miss Eva
Jones. Mrs. W. H. Hoogs and Mrs. J.
the Blue Lodge. The Knickerbocker
Quartet sang four hymns .during the
reading, and George Davis of Hono-i
lulu delivered a eulogy. Davis said
flm hi hnrf L-nnivn ntlfillnTi ie- mnn
and Mason for many years, and knew I
him to be possessed of the highest
moral qualities. Gilfillan was to have
been initiated into the Scottish Rite
on his return to Honolulu from Louis
ville. Ky., whither he went some
months ago to represent Hawaii at;
Davis deplored the sad fate of G;l-
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ier mature anu -carerui ueiiuraiion j
to appeal frcm the majority decision
of the court of inquiry to the Presi-1
dent of the United States as Com
mander in Chief of the Army anG
Navy. The action having been deter
mined upon. , nothing more can be
divulged at this time, the regulations
of the Navy being such that the na-
t ture of the proposed appeal cannot
be revealed except by the President
after the formal documents have been
filed with him .
127 Miller Street
SIBYL SANDERSON TO
BE MARRIED AGAIN!
ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
1186" Union Street
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lon
NEW YORK American Exchange
CHICAGO Merchants National
PARIS Credit Lyonnais.
BERLIN Dresden Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRA
LIA Bank of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
Bank of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Ex
change Boucht and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
V-T1 rf-.rT - a -v n
i in. r. v iiikk inn j tne f o nirtr.
of Knights Templar. . elniw ' , a ' . . ,
..... 4..f.w., .jiv-. uuimt.uu A-i-
eluded Franklin H. Day, secretary of
California Lodge, No. 1, uttered an ,
impresshe farewell to his dead broth-1
er. Then the friends of the deceased
viewed the body and the funeral cor
tagp departed for the cemetery.
Archibald Gilfillan was a menib-er
of the Hawaiian Legislature, and pro
minent in business circles in Hono
lulu. He was a Scotchman by birth
and formerly resided in San Francis
co, where he had an extensive acquaintance.
BISHOP & COMPANY
Ss"fea."blish.& la 1S58,
Transact business in all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit issued on The Bank of Calif-1
ornia. and N. M. Rothchild & Sons,
cf February. The prima donna would j Correspondents: TJjeBank of Calif or-
was a passenger on the fast liner
fillan who was killed by being thrqwn Kronprinz Wilhelm. which sailed for
from a trolley car In Philadelphia on Europe today. A large number of
December, 23d, After Davis had con- friends were at the dock to bid her i
goodby, and a number of beautiful
floral pieces were presented to the
lady just before the vessel sailed.
Count Fitzjames was also a passengsr
and confirmed the report that he and
the songstress were to marry, and
said that the wedding would take
plac in Paris during the latter part
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pure and wholesome
H. MAT & CO., Ltd.
BostonJBloe.k. Fort Street.
Telephones, 22, 24, 92. P. 6. Box: 336.
YOU EN JOT IT;
TOU MEED IT, TOO.
lias all the wonderful tonic properties of
pure hops and malt. ,
Absolutely pure and properly aged.
Order a trial case from the Brewery.
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DELIVERED FREE IN CITY.
not talk about her engagement to the
count, except to say that she had
wished the ceremony to be performed
in this country, but was going to
J Taris la order that her mother might
JUDGE ARTHUR NOYES
nia; Commercial TJanking Co. of
Sydney. Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia &
be present. "I expect to return to . China.
th Cnited States next winter. she Interest allowed on term deposits at
sniil "ntiii win nrnhnhltr numinr ! ' the followine rates ner ce.nt ner an-
IS DANGEROUSLY ILL GASMAN GETS DAMAGES
"Pullman Will Admitted fc Probate.
REDWOOD CITY. Jan. 6. Mrs,
Gtorge M. Pnllman appeared, in coutt
this morning to give testimony on
"he probate of her husband's will.
The matter has been pending for a
'uonth or more, owing to her illness.
There was no opposition to the pro
'lincs this morning. Th estate
of Pullman was x-alued at 5300,000.
ut the evidence shows it to be worth
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 6. Judge.
Arthur H. Noyes. of the United Sfxtes (
District Court of Alaska, is critically , NEW YORK. Jan. 7
ill at his anartments at the St. Nieho- 'isle. ex-Secrtary of
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cenL
Three' months, at.3 per cenL
Six months, at 3 "A per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cenL
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
John G. Car- Collect rents and dividends. Valuable
tht Treasury, papers. Wills. Binds, etc received for
a suit befsre Jus- safe keeping.
lac Hntel nnrt tiosrlr nil last a.-V wac u-uu.W m
. , , . ticc O'Dwyer in th Cltv Conn, todav.
the physicians attending him despair-. 8n . v,ph Ktnhnr,, P , -t0 M,,,n
ed of his life. On Monday evening recovered $1,000 dtmages for false ar-" Auditors for Corporations and Prl
last he was suddenly taken with a sc- i r. anj imprlJ-onmenL The suit te Firms. -Hooks examined and re-
' rwn.i? rl Cttomento falic a
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Delivered twice daily to any part
c" the town.
When ordering ring up BLUE 3171.
A. B. DOAK, - Manager
City office, phone Main 391, P. O.
The Drawing Boom
Of one's house betrays whatever refinement and good taste
there is in its adornment to the casual visitor.
A VISIT to our store will'convince any one of the excellence
of our stock and the reasonableness of our prices.
1148 FORT STREET.
Oil RAILWAY m UNO GO
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vere hemorrhage of the lungs wnii? grew out of the arrest of Leake on
chatting with friends, and for the rrst a charge of making away with apeal .
of the night his death was momen ;kin cap belonging to Mrs. Carlisle'
tartly expected. For most of the week oa the night of Dec-mber 13tU.l
he was in a comatose condition but
yesterday his physicians reported a
slight improvement, and said they ex
pected, if the improvement continues,
he should be able to leave his bed in
the next week or ten days. "
Judce Noyes is in the city as the
defendant In sensational contempt j pri'sonment.
pared. Trustees on Bankrupt or In
Office, S24 B3thel Street.
Deposits received and interest al-
was arrested and hrld by the. grand ilowed at 4 per cent per annum, in
Jurv. Whsn the ra?e cr.me up for (accordance with Rules and Regnla
trial Leake was dlcaars2l. - Ho then Uon5- P5 .f bich may be obtain
sned Carlisle for false arrest and Im-00 fiPP'on.
A3 soon as the cape was missed Car
lisle reported the loss to p-lice head
quarters, and several, days later L?ake
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5I.WK). The horses and vehicles are j proceedings that have been pending:
Carl isla-deuird. that-h had caused , io nr- tn M.-rin i : a-i-
rovered by a chattel monsage. AlUin the Circuit Court since, September ihe arresrof Leak-. 'Hpscld the po-,dent and Emoloyersl Liability Insur-
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v.amoring for their wages.
pecteU now almost any- day.
in making J the; arrest.
Insurance Office, 921 Bethel Street
From and After January 1, 1901
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Lariies'UnderwearlWM. 6. IRWIN
"Wm. G. Irwin.. President & jranager
Claus Spreckels.. First Vice Pesldent
W. M. Giffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr...Trca3. and Sec"y
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