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EVBM1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, pg.
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',, ,thl,Chpter Initiation.
'gtf ' TUBHDAY
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fit a . 1 . . .
c;," Hawaiian Firti Qegree.
' H6nolulu Chapter 5 p. m.
fcnAII Jliltln membera of th
i Mar ar cordially Invited to at
Mad meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODQB, No. I, I. O. 0. F.
''it v .v
tMMta stsry Monday evening at 7:10
I; O. O. r. Hall. Kort atrsst
K. K. IIKNDRY. Secretary,
it C. O. 1IOTTKL. N. 0,
tM visiting brothers very cordially
sivtTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
i MU Tcry Tuesday evening at
?!M .o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, King
Stmt VUltlng brothers cordially la
titat to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, 0.0.
V, WALDRON, K.R.B.
AHU LODO.E, No. 1, K. of P.
MMta svery Friday evenlrg at
K.P. Hall. Klne street, at 7:30. Mem'
!( of llyatlo Lodge, No. 2. Wm. Mc
Ktaky Lodge, No. 8, and vlsltlng
fetataars cordially Invited,
T A. D. BOND, 0. O.
' A. 8. KKNWAT, KJLI,
HtfOLULU LODQE eia, . P. O. E.
'Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P..O. B.,
trial asset th their balL -m
M Bsrstanta streets, every
...By order of the . R.
1T HARRY. H. SIMPSON,
T t Secretary.
. . MURRAY, R.R.
Bfsi M'KINLIY LODQE No. , K.slP.
Most sTsry Saturday svenlm at
CM o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
gttssL Visiting brothers cordially Id
tUt to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, CO.
!.,' B. A. JACOBBON, K.R.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
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tssta on the 2nd and 4th WKDNllS
BAY .svsnlngs ot each month at 7:30
lalock In K. ot P. Hair, King stre-t
'Visiting Kaglej are Invited tr at-
AM MCKEAOUE, W.P.
' H. T. MOORE. W. Bscy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OP
, !i ''- KAMEHAMEHA.
..Mssta svsry flrtlar.l ttlrd THURfl
DJkY ot each Month In Fraternity Hall,
044 Fallows' Building, Fort atrset, at
f ISO o'clock p. a. A full attendance
1st 4alrsd at erery meeting.
Transaction of Business.
f i KnaabatL
.HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, IO. R. M.
1 MesU srsry second and fswth
; rUDAY of each month In I. O. C. F.
yialUng brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKB. Sschem.
' A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
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" For .urthsr psrtl.-t-.lsrs Inquire t
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M Automobll Lsmps and all sltss
Utf grades of Oas Msntlss and Oas
Washington Light Co.
''..0. W. MACFARLANe. Manager.
MtifhcAt Main 145. 14S Marehsnt SL
.Ti-fcy See f
. -AnoVJutj th intsrlor of your stors
by. ths axtsrlor of your delivery wagon.
Buflnet"1 men; If 'that wagon of
yaura'lsnot'Wll painted and In first-
vlaas repair. It Is driving business
,.. Was' from your sstabllshment.
Ityjutt th oppoalt when you have
ui put It In first-class condition.
' PRICES' ARE RIGHT.
, rrtwalian Carriage
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C.'W. XEIQLER Manager
The Old Blend
f Ihi CvatUng Dayi,
fir Jjojtjri, j
IN THt MUIUT.
1NIIIT OH CITTIta
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Icing a hlfh trlr4 Whlil; many dort't p II
If th ea toll anotbor brand.
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Socrates Lived in a Tub
It was hit own. He understood the
pleasure, of ownership.
He Owned His Home
Many unthinkingly pay rent year after
year. Let us sell you a home or a lot,
to that you may
Own a Home Yourself
and not pay tribute to a landlord. If
one can build a house and afford to
rent It to you It certainly looks at tho'
It were cheaper to build or buy and
pay rent to yourtelf.
RENT and COMPANY
938 FORT 8T.
on your meals, by purchasing one ,of
our $5.00 commutation! liirich ticket
for $4.W. "' '
STAR OYSTER' HOUSE.
FORT, STREET NEAR ,HOTEL.
Better Than Ever
PHONE BLUE 1411. ,
OF BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIQHT.
T. Oda, Manager
PHONE MAIN 469.
"""jama m A
cf Evtrj. Day
Wear for both
Boys and 'Girls
come as near be
ing perfect gar
ments as could
Little Tudor Sleepers
Are Ideal Night Garments for
the little ones and never fail
Little Tudor Rompers
give a pleasing variety to
wearers of the Play Suits.
Wc have just received a new
shipment of all three.
AGES: 1 fo 8 years.
PRICE: 65 cents each,
Mr-'Tor Rent" card on Sals at
ths Bulletin offlca,
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X EDITORS TO EDITORS
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X JO
Walter 0. Smith, editor ot the Ad
"Hawaii hopes that the visit of the
Southern California editors will pre
mote good feeling between the Ufcljeu
State and this Territory and lead to
belter acquaintance on both side. On
our pait we know NorthernCalifornia
well and Southern California but lit
tie; nml wc realize ihit, la many resi
dents of the ureal western State, "the
Sandwich islands" are still n poetical
abstraction; while others look upon
them as a region of volcanic fury, ot
deadly diseases and enervating heat.
All wc ask of tho visiting editors Is
to tell the truth nbout us. It they have
found the Island civilized, healthful,
safe and congenial we want them to
say so to their thousands of readers
mid to have a club ready for tne pa
crs that try to do us up. If they get
u chance, without hurting the Interests
of their own State or section, to say
that Hawaii Is u good place to see or
io live In, we hope they won't let It
pass, and wc will say as much for Odl-
Morula without stretching the truth
"Kltially, Hawaii would bo grateful
to the visiting editors It they would do
what they can for any legitimate pvo-
ject to connect Honolulu and San
I'oOro by n steamship line and build
"That Is nbout all we want, I believe,
except a conviction on the part of Ilia
editors that we did not nsk them here
simply to get something out of them.
We are. glad to have good people here
on general principles."
"The real and Important benefit
llbm the visit here, of tho Southern
California Editorial Association," said
Charles L. Rhodes; city editor of the
Hawaiian Star, "Is better acquaint
ance; and that, like the benefits of
trade, are mutual.
"Hawaii will be benefited because
by this visit a large number of tho
nctual newspaper workers of South
ern California will know our people
and our Territory as It is only ponsl
ble 'to know a people and n country
l.y visiting them. Krom now on, Ha
waii will be something more to them
than n mere geographical name, or a
leoplc about whom there In such a
clamour of romance and hazy uncer
tainty that any weird or ImposBiblo
tule may pass for truth because thcro
i.re no criteria by which to test It.
I'rom now on matters relating to Ha
waii will appeal moro strongly to our
.visitor In their newspaper avocation,'
na well as In their personal thought.
Hence they will hear mbre; or rather
note more, about Hawaii than ever
tefore. They will havo definite. Infor
mation about us by which to test and
correct what they hear, and thus bo
nijo to present It to their readers and
bearers, moro Justly, more accurately.
In this way the process of educating
(ho American people to tho 'truth
about Hawaii' will make definite and
"And It Is tho truth about Hawaii
that Hawaii wnntfl disseminated. It
wo could once reach tho point whero
the American people, as a people,
knew the truth about Hawaii, all our
efforts to secure Congressional action,
Administrative consideration, and to
i' fleet and work through public opln
Irn would bo vastly easier.
"If the American peoplo could onco
be thoroughly Informed as to tho
truth about Hawaii, our Promotion
Commlttco would find It comparative
y easy to show them where thac
truth led In Its relation to their work
nml efforts; our Chamber of Com
merce and our Merchants' Association
vou1d find It easy to show where that
tiuth leads In relation to public and
riiiasl-publlc affairs; our philanthrop
ic, missionary,, and benevolent organ
izations would bo thejnoro easily able
to show where that truth leads as In
the Interests they represent.
"When the American people know
the tiuth we can easily uhow them
where that truth points.
"Culllornla and Hawaii have many
Identical Interests and problems. It
cannot fall to greatly benefit Califor
nia that such a representative delega
tion of Its agencies of publicity and
l.iogress know Hawaii at first hand."
"The sincere cordiality with which
you editors have been greeted by all
our people culls to mind the radical
change of opinion that has taken place
lu the minds of some ot our citlxens, '
said Wallace R. Farrlngton, usually
editor of the Unllettn.
"The former secretary of tho Pro
motion Committee once proposed invit
ing u few of tho leading writers of the
country to a rpcclal trip through Ha
waii. Ills official head was Immed
iately endangered. A few of our good
citizens seemed to have an Idea that
editors from abroad were wild beasts
Hint should not bo allowed to roam at
large In Hawaii.
'"You cau see for yourself what the
Intervening years of education have
done. Men representing all interests
are only too glad to have newspaper
and magazine writers come here and
having looked It all over tell the truth
to all whom -'it may concern.
"Southern Callfornlans aro all right.
You liavo convinced our people that
their doubt as to the pacific nature of
mainland newspapermen Is III found
ed'.' Whitney & Marsh call 'your special
attention to their large ad In today's
Issue,- Thoy aie still unpacking their
new goods Just In from New York.
Do I Need
II No, don't nd 'm,
'causa I, can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sura, I'd go' to
A. N. Sanford,
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One of the most pretentious of tho
early fall weddings was celebrated
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock it
ttie home of He v. ami Mrs. J. W. Wad'
man'onNorth Liberty street, when
their eldest daiiKhter. Miss Ktora. w.u
h... i. ..,', ' i. ... ,.! ..... n..i...t.
umieu in iiiurriuKi- lu mr. i.nuj uanri
of Wheeling' W. Va.
Tho ceremony was performed by tho
bruin's lather,. Rev.' 'Mr, Wndmnli', of
Honolulu, assisted by 'itev. J. II. Kltz-
water and Rev. C.'W. lihrnes, tho beau
tlful- Methodist Episcopal service be
ing used. The wedding' march was ar
tistically played by l'rof. 13.' Y. Mason
Ilrooks Oalleher wns best man, while
Dernald ClliiKnn ncted as first grooms
man. .Tho MIpbcs Maymo and (lemma
wuuman, hIhiith of the bride, were the
bridesmaids. The bride was charming
In n gown of white rrepe-de-chene,
trimmed In Duchess lace. She carried
bride's roses. Tho bridesmaids were
dressed' In point-de-esprlt over green.
The spacious Wadman home was
tastefully decorated for the occasion,
the entire house being converted lulu
ono bower of beauty. Cut llowers and
potted plants In profusion were used
most effectively. The color scheme
throughout was, green and white.
Tho brldo Is ono ot Delaware's most
popular young Indies, while tho groom
Is u prominent young mini of Wheeling.
Mr. linker Is a graduate of St. John's
College, at Annapolis, anil at present
holds n position In tho, Wheeling post-
At the conclusion of the wedding
ceremony, an elegant wedding dinner
will be hcrved to about llfty guests
and Mr. nml Mrs. linker will leave
early In the evening op a xovcrul
weeks' wedding trip before returning
to Wheeling, whero they will make
Mrs. K. A. 1'amsny of Ronton and
Miss Dauvers of l'lttsburi; were out-of-town
Mrs. Harry IIcr and Mrs. 0. liny
Hoiton were the only women ot the
Kllauca party of editors who walked
to the crater and back to the Volcano'
House. Immediately afterwards they
walked out Lo Kflnuca I let nml hack,
Mrs. lies set the paco for the (utter
- r it
The feature of tho Angus wedding,
which took place' at St. Andrew's Ca
thedral tho other evening, wns the
mngntllcent wedding cake cut by the
chnrmliig brldo at tho Imnquot that
followed, which camo all tint way from
Nova Scotia, the homo ot tho bride
Mr. und Mr 3. Jack Stocksdale of Los
Angeles have been visitors hern the
past month and .say It Is the greatest
trip of their lives. Mr. Stockdnle Is a
member of the real estate firm of It.
A, Rowan & Co., of Los Angeles.
Secretary II. ,P. Wood will leave
Octolnnv, :i on tho steamship Alameda
for San Francisco, Los Angeles ami
other California cities on business lor
tho Promotion Committee. He may
arraugo for a permanent exhibit at the
committee agency lu Los Angeles,
10. R Amerige of tho Santa Ana
Blade, has been III several days. He
Is at the Koynl Hawaiian hotel.
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wouldn't you Ilk to corns down to
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I It' Just as Interesting to look back
sevtral thousand years and sss th
ancient civilization of the Egyptians
to learn of lost art and note how
.many recent scientific dlteovtrlet
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