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HONOLULU BTAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY. FEB: ."5, 10 in.
Miss Ynez Grace Davis to Become the
Bride of Mr. Guilford Whitney in
Miss Ynez Grace Davis, who has
visited Honolulu srvcial timos aiv'
whoso engagement to Mr. Guilford
Whitney was announced last spring,
will be married in the early part of
March at her home in Moties.o, Cat.-,
lonna. Miss Davis s slsier. Mrs
Thomas Wa", will leave Honolulu this
week to be i.Tsent at the wedding an I
v,ill remain with her motiier ror sev
eral weeks. Miss Davis is one of the
most popular girls who has ever visit-
ed Honolulu and her friends here are;n
delighted that she will make: htr home
in the islands.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilhoit
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilhoit, who
are stopping at the Moano Hotel, en
tertained at a prettily appointed din
ner on Sunday evening for a number
of Honolulu society folk. The center
piece of the table was of yellow chrys- tert aired at their home on Nowehi;
antheroums and maiden hair ferns and i wehl street. The table was prettily,
the cards that marked the place of j decorated with ferns and the center
each guest were -ornamented with Ha-1 piece was a calabash filled with yel
walian flowtrs. Covers were laid for j iow chrysanthemums,
ten, including Mr. and Mrs. A. J. j
Campbell. Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Cooper.. Entertain at Informal Luncheon.
Mrs. Wilhoit of Stockton. Miss Wil-I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sawyer, who are
hoit, Mr. William Mclnerny, Mr. James
Mclnerny and the host and hostess.
Entertainment at the Country
. The members of the Oahu Country
Club are anticipating with Pleasure
Ue entertainment they are to have
4u rnaay evening wnen niaiini. lue
prestidigitator, will perform for them.
The club members are privileged to
invite a certain number of guests and
in al probability this will be the
largest of the week's affairs. The
entertainment will be followed by an
informal dance and refreshments will
be served. It is said that the club
will be quite as well fijled for this
entertainment as It was for the sup
per dance last month.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooke Entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Alexander
were the complimented guests at an I
informal poi supper last evening t ;
HOUSE OF HONOLULU.
Quality, value and; proper and courteous treatment , have been the
factor which have made us "The Oinnerware House of Honolulu."
The careful selection of patterns and shapes of our open-stock
dinnerware has added materially to the success of our China Depart
ment. Herewith few exceptional values:
for a SO-piece set, American semi-porcelain, white with gold spray
and edging. t
for a 50-piece set English semi-porcelain, famous Blue Willow design.
for a 100-piece set, German China, pink spray decoration with gold
W. W. DIEIOND & CO., LTD.,
53-57 KING STREET
While the Stock
is at its best
We have never
Fort & Hotel Sts.
8 CALLING DATS 8
!8 FOR HONOLULU 8
8 Monday Punahou, Makikl. 8
8 TncudayH Waikiki. Kapiolani 8
!8 Park. Kaimuki, Palolo. First 8
8 Tuesday . Fori R tiger.
8 Wednesday Nuunnu, Fuunui,
8 Pacific Heights. First and third
8 Wednesdays. above Nuuanu
8 bridze: second and fourth Wed-
8 resdaya, below bridge; fourth
8 Wednesday. Pacific Heights; first
8 and third Wednesdays, Alewa
8 Thurndnj' The Plains.
8 Frld.iT Hotels and town.
'n Fourth Friday. Fort Shatter:
8 Manoa. College Hills. First and 8
8 third Friday.
8 Saturdays Kalihi. Third and 8
8 fourth Saturdays, Kamehameha 8
8 Schools. 8
8 Society Editor Telephone 8
8 2799 8
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which Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooke en-
visiting in Honolulu, erlertained at an
Informal luncheon at tue Moana hotel
cn Monday in honor of Dr. and Mrs.
Wood of Denver. The color scheme
for lhe decorations was yellow and
was carried out with yellow chrysanthe
mums. Covers were laid for Dr. and
Mrs. Wood, Dr. and Mrs. Foster, Mr.
James Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs.
Former Honolulans Visiting
Mr. William Haywood and Misa
Doris Haywood formerly of Honolulu
are visiting at the Moana Hotel. Mrs.
Haywood is the wife of Mr. William
Haywood, who was formerly connected
with the American legation in Hono
lulu. Mrs. Haywood, and Miss ftny
wood are prominent in Bocial circles
Mrs. J. M. Riggs Entertains
Mr 3. J. M. Riggs entertained at an
informal luncheon at the Country
Club today. An attractive arrange
ment of violets formed the center
piece for the table. Covers were laid
for four, includirg Mrs. J. F. C. Ha
gens, .Mrs. William Williamson. ?.Irs.
James D. Dougherty and the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. $mith
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Smith enter
tained at dinner last evening for Mrs.
William Haywood and Miss Doris
Haywood, who are stopping at the
Or. Tucker Smith to Entertain
Dr. Tucker Smith is entertaining
at dinner at the Oahu Country Club
Mr. and Mrs. George Wiihoit. Mrs.
Wilhoit and Miss Wilhoit and Mrs.
Barker left for Hilo in the Mauna Kea
this morning. They will spend the
coming week at the Volcano house.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Alexander and
Mrs. Barker, who have been visiting in
Honolulu for some time, will leave for
California on the twenty-fifth of Feb
ruary. Mrs. Thomas E. Wall and her daugh
ter, Roselia will leave for California
on Saturday and will spend the coming
six months visiting Mrs. Waii's mother
in Modesto, California.
The young son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Campbell was christened on
Sunday and given the name of hi
uncle, George Freeth.
Mrs. A. Lewis, Jr., was .hostess at
an informal luncheon yesterday at
her home in College Hills.
Dr. and Mrs. E. K. Wadelstardt '
St. Paul, Minnesota, are spend in?1 th
winter at the Moana Hotel.
An unusually interesting meeting
of the Woman's Board of Missions of
Central Union church was held yes
terday afternoon and the members
not only had lie opportunity of bear
ing reports from its various branches
but also welcomed two visitors to the
city. Mrs. Davis from Japan and Mrs.
Blodget of New Hampshire. They
also welcomed Mrs. McCully-Higgins
who has been on the mainland for
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
Theodore Richards who read a short
scriptural passage from the thirteenth
chapter of Matthews. Reports were
read from the recording secretary,
and the treasurer. The board also
heard from the Aurora band, which
is composed of Portuguese girls.
Their number is constantly increas
ing and the girls are doing some
very good work. Another auxiliary
heard from was the Lima Kokua.
This organization is composed of girls
in the Kawaiahao Seminary. Miss
Uulick gave a report of the Japanese
department. The literary portion of
the program was a paper prepared
by Mrs. John W. Gilmore and read by
Mrs. Arthur L. Andrews. Mrs. Gil
more is out of the city at present
but sent her paper to the program
committee. The subject treated upon
was "Social Institution of the World's
Great Religions not including Christ
ianity." Mrs. Davis gave a short talk upon
her work in Japan. The 'wife of a Y.
M. C. A. secretary she meets many
Japanase young men and has devoted
a great deal of her time to their
education. She has had to spend
hours of her time talking English to
her callers, when sometimes they
were not able to speak more than
one work in English in five minutes.
She told of the opening of the large
Y. M. C. A. building in Nagasaki, and
of the struggles that came before the
work waj at all gratifying. The
Japanese, she says, are very fond of
foreign food so when the Bible classes
decided to have a social she had to
make doughnuts and other edibles to
Mrs. McCully-Higgins said a few
words of welcome to the younger wo
men who have taken prominent offi
ces in the board since her departure.
Governor Frear yesterday an
nounced the reappointment of K. N.
Holmes and A. B. Lindsay, of Hilo.
as members of the prison inspection
commission of the fourth judicial cir
cuit, which includes Hawaii. There i
is no salary attached to the position.
The term of the appointees is for
An Old and Well Tried Remedy
MRS. WKSLOWS SOOTHING SY BUPw
t txea tnrd by aulkoos of mother for their chiUrea
while Irethms. with perfect foccem. It nfteos the yum,
lkyi pam, cure wind coke, and the be remedy iot
diarrhea. Sold by DrufsnU. He sit f and ask or
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
L'ncd lor more than three fr Titrations .
nxida from Royal Grcpo
dream of Tartar
In conjunction with the big laugh
ing success, "Tom and Jerry." at the
Popular theater tonight, the Raymond
Teal Musical Comedy Company will
present an amateur night. Mr. Teal
with the Raymond Teal company
has spared'no time or money to pro
cure the best amateur talent available
"Tom and Jerry," which is the Teal
company's offering, has more than
made good, as is evidenced by the ca
pacity bouses that have patronized the
Popular theater for the past two
Tonight, owing to the length of the
program, the show will start at 7
o'clock sharp, and the second show
will start at 9 o'clock sharp. The
prices are 10 cents, 20 cents and 30
cents, so do not miss the big double
SAFE nirJH MEDICINE.
Mothers everywhere object to giving
their children medicines that contain
opiates and for this reason Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy has become a
geueral favorite. This remedy con
tains absolutely nothing injurious and
for the prompt re lief of coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough, it has no
equal. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son. Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for Ha
Palm Beach is now seeing the new
eminine bathing suit, a bloomer af
fair, that stops fbove the knee. about
Roosevelt after investigating the
strike of the garmentworkers in New
York has asked for a state investiga
tion. Democrats indicate that meat and
cattle will go on the free list despite
violent objections in some quarters.
Beautifully Jlustrated in Nat
ural Colors and Motion Pictures
SATURDAY. FEB. 8.
"Indians of the Painted Desert"
TUESDAY. FEB. 11
"Yellowstone Pork and the
FRIDAY. FEB 14.
"Panama and the Canal."
IMX 'LAN AT
Reserved Seats. 75c and $1.00
Investments for Income
In our list of Sales, closed during January, are included Twenty
one chcice building lots as fellows:
January Sales of Building Lots:
Sold 10th Ave., Kaimuki, 2 Lots, Blk. 39, 22,500 sq. ft Sold
Sold 20th Ave., Kcimvtki, 2 Lots, Blk. 10S, 22,500 tq. ft... Sold
Sold 9th Ave., Kaimuki, 2 Lots, Blk. 37, 30,000 sq. ft... Sold
Sold: 19th Ave., Kaimuki, 2 Lots, Blk. 106, 22,500 sq. ft.... Sold
Sold. . . Waialae Read, Kaimuki, 6 Lots, Blk. 106, 67,500 sq. ft Sold
Sold Metcalf Ave., Punahou, 1 Lot 3,628 sq. ft Sold
Sold 19th Ave., Kaimuki, 4 Lots, Blk 110, 45,000 sq. ft... .Sold
Sold Dole St., Punahou, 2 Lots 8,581 sq. ft.. .Sold
It took over FIVE ACRES of the choicest
land out of doors to make up these 21 lots
Remember that every lot sold is withdrawn from the market, or
its price boosted 25 to 50.
While we are selling lots at a five acre clip every month, what
iire YOU doing toward securing that lot you intended buying some
If you think there is plenty of time, just investigate a little. Our
time against yours, any time any day.
While prices are stiffening all along the line, we still have a
choice list of bargains to select from, in all parts of the City:
Alewa Heights, Beretania Si.. Punahou,
College Hills, Kaimuki, and Palolo Hill
Our terms are so ridiculously easy that we are ashamed to adver.
tise them. Let us whisper them to you.
NEW HOUSE, Lot 40x118, close to car, high elevation, fine view,
Kaimuki, renting now for $30 per month $2,500
BUNGALOW, high lot, 2 bedrooms, well kept grounds, close to
ARTISTIC HOUSE, 5 rooms and sleeping porch, lot 75x1372-.$4,000
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, big lot, close to car .$2,800
NEW HOUSE, entrancing view, 5
garage, Wilhelmina Rise
HOUSE and CORNER LOT, 100x100. 5 rooms, Kaimuki $2,250
HANDSOME RESIDENCE, Reservoir Ave., 3 bedrooms, unex
celled view of Koko Head, Diamond Head and ocean $7,000
HOUSE and LOT, 60x120, 3 bedrooms, cement sidewalk, modern,
good neighborhood, Makiki district $3,600
Choice Manoa home, 20,000 ft. lot $7,000
NEW HOUSE on School St, 3 bedrooms $2,700
2 Lots, 18th Ave., Kamuki, 75x300 $ 950
4 Lots, 19th Ave., Kaimuki, each .'..$ 450
1 Corner Lot, 19th Ave., Kaimuki $ 500
1 Lot, 20th Ave., 75x1C0 $ 500
2 Lots, 13th Ave., close to Waialae Road, each $ 500
3 Lets on 22nd Ave., $350 each, with acreage attached 2c per
1 Let, 112x200, 10th Ave., Ka muki $1,250
1 Lot, 100x150, 12th Ave., Kaimuki $ 350
1 Lot, Cor. Palolo t 18th Ave., Kaimuki $ 65C
1 Lot, 13th Ave., close to cars, 50x75 $ 400
Cor. Lot 13th Ave., 50x75. Park Ave $ 500
1 Lot, 2th Ave., 75x200, 2 blocks from car $ 550
1 Lot 18th Ave., Block 100 $ 500
1 Cor. Lot, 11th Ave., 75x200 $ 750
Lots on Wilder Ave., Dole St.. and Metcalf St $850 to $1,500
Lots on Alewa Heights $ 450
2 Choice Lots in Manoa. 30 000 square feet $3,150
1 Cor. Lot, Wilhelmina Rise and Mongolia Ave., 20,000 sq. ft $ 850
Lots in Palolo Hill Tract, from $ 350
1 Let. Hi Acres, on auto road, Alewa Heights $1,050
1 Let, Beretania St.. 50x52 $1,000
We have an investmert property
Call on us.
WE ARE THE MEDIUM THROUGH WHICH BUYER AND
SELLER MEET TO THEIR MUTUAL ADVANTAGE.
CORNER HOTEL AND UNION STS.
rooms, servants' room and
showing conservatively 16 ; net.
Ocfanlc first Drgrrrf.
Lt! Mlm Chapter, 0. E.
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11 YUdtiBS member of t&
ordr are cordially Invited to at
tend meetlBga of local lodfety.
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Honolulu Lodxo No
61$, & P. Q.2kAYr
meets In ttelr ball, oi
fUnx. tit, near Fort,
every Friday Ttanx
Vlalilnf Brothers aro
cordially lnrltod to at
tend; - - -
A. E. MURPHY. E. R.
H. DUNSHES. $eo.
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. Meet oa tie lad
. - and 4th lion-
dan of eacH
month atK.; P.
Hall, 7:30 p. nv
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' Beneficial aro cordially ta
AesoclaUbn YlUd to attend.
WO. BeXHlET LODGE. NO. 8
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Meets tTezy Sad and 4th Catar
day renin at 7:10 o'clock la
K ct P. Hall. cor. Port b4
Beretania. Viiitlni brothars
esrilally farmed to attend.
i , A. H. AHRENS, (X C. :
L. B. REEVES, K. R.B. , :
B050LULC LODGX HO. 851, 1
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HI r meet la Odd Feiiowr Bouaias,
rort street, near Klnt Tory Friday
. Vlaitlng brothen .cordially tarltsd
ii attend.' - ':
JAMXS W. LLOTD. Secretary. (
fry K Oaxn Lodze. u u.
roof rardeiu Odd Fi
"f Iotts Bld. first aad
if, WiXQ mnaMj mi, amir
. past terea p. m.
GEO. W. PATY. Chlf Temnlar. f
The cows that furnish our
milk are regularly inspected by
the Territorial Veterinarian and
not allowed to remain in our
producing dairies unless in per
fect physical condition. If you
could see ono of our milch
herds at pasture: if you couW
witness the care observed at
milking time to preserve perfect
cleanliness, you would realize
that the milk we deliver Is clean
milk from healthy cows.
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