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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1011.
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une or I ho most .ittrnctliu oung
glila that tins oxer vlsllod In lloiu
lulu Ih Miss Helen Tllliiinn fit Se.it-
iio, wnshiiigmn. Miss Tillmnn nr-
cujn)nhlu iniitnr pirty around (lip H
Mini or (Jalm on I Yin i). Tin re were
dx In llio pirty, nhd tliry stopped nt
llalelwn, whero'n delicious liintlicon
j. a. -i.
ruul on llio M.ikur.i Tim h.Ih iTiui Ij , ,. , . ... ,. ...
(he gueit of Mr. ami Mrs. Henry tl "".'" ," "Z t .?'"
iner. Mis Tillman Is n incmlier of,
llio t'hl Omega Sorority of the Unl-
uisll) nr Wiuhlngtnit.
.Mr nn.1 Mrs. Lewis, Orcgg Riio an rnle alll l)cnf, hclng t,rtcd out
In tlio trailing hoiignlmlllc.i lnc, and
roainns In the snmo shade. During
the afternoon delicious nnd dainty rc-(
freshments were scricit. Among
tluiRc who participated In the delight
Inl nfTnlr were Mrs. K. C. Drown, Mrs.
John Drew, Mrs. Harry Welistcr, Mrs
Henry Cooper, Minium Derby, Mm.
fouls J. Warren, Mih. (Icorgo fliilld.
Ciiplaln Carter nnd Mr. Wall left
for ii hunting irlp to Mulokil. Thpy
will ho roiio for n week. b'jth'of thorn
He n.ick shols anil arc mire to ic
turn to Honolulu with plentiful imp
ply of same There welc scieinl oth
ers In the party.
Mr. 13. A, P. New n nili mill his sis
Icr, Mrs. S.irnh Now comb are spend
ing llio week-end at the Jlalclwn
steamer WIIIh Imltm Tor their future
lioiuii In Oillfornla. They wiro both
'completely covered with lei", nnd tho
IwniNomi'. Iirldo was not only hidden
with Ilowr, hut stonim r iglfts, con
sisting of hooks, randy nnd other' nie
Mrs. W, II, oticls, Mrs. W. W. North,
Mm. I- C. Aides, Mrs. Itnymoud
Drown, Mrs Frank Illnke, Mrs; Charles
Lucas, Mrs. P. McStockcr, Mrs. V. K.
Strero, Mrs. Marston Campbell, Mrs,
J. K. Ilr'own nnd others.
tnentoei-tlmt p.. toward promoting tlio. , ',zfA w. ('i,llll..A1l.V 111..
pleasure of a long sea oy,igc. The
Si'img loiiple did not hoard the stenm
rr until 11 few infinites In fore thcllucr
pulled, for the) were buy ruling gnny.
hn to (he nunicriui. friends wlio were
it the wh.irf to uMi tlum lion vnjnge.
As th) went up the gangplank they
were enveloped In a shower of rlee,
and the Hojol Hiiwntlan Hand plned
1 olicngrln' wedding march
Sunday evening, Fonntor fnnd .Mrs.
Charles Chllllngwnrtli wcrc'host nnd
hostess at one of tho mnstbcautlful
dinners of tho season. The decora
tions wero earrled out In vyhlto and
green, which were ory npjiTOHriato,
as thn function was givcu'ln honor
of Captain mid Mrs. Krnrst Anderson,
w " w 1 olicngrln's weddlmr march Mrs. An- whoso iiinrrlnen linil Inken nlneo dnr.
Thcro wcro thlrtjrorp. West Point drrson was horn and rnlsed Ih'the. Is- Ing the prcccdlns week. Senntor and
Kraduatcs on IhjAtTirtsporl SliefiilJu lands nnd was a reat fiuorlto with Mrs. ChllllnRWorlli and tholr elcht
en routo to tho Phll'piilnca whom eer one. fur she couldn't help posxe.
uiey 1111c noen aasiRiici to illlTcrent lm; leRlons of friends, for her i.wt
dNpiwItlon nnd kindness of henrt wero
appreciated hy nil,
Dance at Colonial Hotel.
Captain and Mrs. Krncht Anderson
were tendcied nn enjuynhlo ilniiclup
party that wns rIoii Tuo'day even
ing hy their brother. Air. Hclnrlch
leglmcuts of tho U. S. Army.
Mr. and Mrs. Stone are building
he.iuilful bungalow on ttist .Mano.i
road, which they will occupy beforo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy Duncan Chrlstlo
imu niurneu irom ineir noneyinoon, n08C Tho event took placo tho oxen
hat was spent at Ilalclwii. and hnxo Kl,eroro this pipuUr muB couplo
mX; jjii, d b"n5nlow - Hllod for their homo In California,
niukl. where ther are ww resldH.R. TIu,ro .atont ,, ,luIliwl .
M.i i-iii.t , .1 xt . . fln' bum' i')d tlio beautiful Colonlrl
bee ;. r. , 1 C.y,wWl,,o8 ,Iolc1' l'lch was the1 scene of the
."..U:" lB.,Cn"0ln ".' M"' alb: Wlotr handsomely deeoratod In
m ; .Zi,, r B;r:.1' ;inj,r.nn: . nn ,!., .., rose,
" " ..yJywi'V' ' "'."'i..h.)t
neiioutni iinrracxs nao given n num
her of cntortalnmcntH In honor of
their dlrtlugiilshe, visitor.
Mr and Mrs Arthur like aro the
pi oud parents of 11 baby boy that
was born on Monday, October 9th.
Mr. I'rnnk Athcrton has rcrentl)
purchased tho "Shaws" Feasldo homo
nt Knhala This suburban district is
growing moro and mora popular
nd asters." Tho"bojt and ""hi" two
gucfts of honor ntid Mrs, Wclvht nnl
MifH Weight cf Ilrwill, lcecUcil In
llio rcecpllou leom, which ha 1 bimi
ronvertcil Int 0.1 troi'cal bower. Mis.
1,'rncst Aiidcrsmi looked stunning In
j blue meteor satin, male In n pincl
tffect, heavily embroidered in pink
nnd gold. Tho corsago win cut In 11
V effect, and told fringe was an cf
fectlto accessory to tho row 11." Mrs
Weight was clad In a tollotlo of real
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Are You Planning
On A Home of Your Own?
TF so, drop in and let us help you.' Our many years in the house-furnishing business. enable:; us to
offer you many suggestions that will be of real help. . Our store is filled to overflowing with the
newest and best furnishings for the home. If you do not wish to pay all cash, your promise to pay is
good; but come in and talk it over. It's never any trouble to .show goods. It's a pleasure. .
-Most of tho property In this district luco over palo hlno. satin. MI'S
'u been purchased with tho view of Weight wore a hle froo or pih p ik
llio uwiieiB erecting nltractjvo homes u'cssnlluo with tilnihiliuj nt real Ilea
which will be occupied'-its -slimmer nnd pink rose buds. Dining p-o n
incidences. reptlou tlicj precede I tl.e ball Knal's
Metllng of Hu.n.ne Society. Hawaiian .p.lntct Huh dacd and
One of the most Interesting hicil- "' melo lliwtlita orehestr
l.ns of the Ilonoluld UWno Solely nirtilHicI music for tho dinong.
look plain Wrdnemlay nft.rnoon mtlio Al 'ovcno clock a buffet nipper was
Alexander Young .lounge room Tho -""" '" " """" ",u """ "
ting was enlled to'ofdir promptly """" """ '"" l'- ,w terv
vii uj v.fijii .ji wiii'iiuu nurvauin
n( .1 o'rlock hy tho Mist v Ice-prihhUnt,
ills, I'nincls Mills Hwnny. A 'mini
lier of Intrrestlng topics uro brought
up roiuernlng the humane work, and
.evrral mIii ilile sugRiidlons were
nfide, which mi) he vottd upon lit
next im cling The iiuiiual inert
ino ponih v omnia. tiic .centum?
vorn wore bcnutlfiil tuid effec'llve, but
too n;imcroiis for n lcnglhy descrip
tion. Mis. (icorgo, Ilcekley , lookcil
peifcctly Htiiiining In n Paris 'lohu of
eorlso chlfTon over satin, tho onls
hihl In tho Alexander J,vvcls w,,rn wnl, " PC"1'""" ' Pearls.
ho next im
ni; u 111 lm
.Vpung lounge room at Id n'clmk W.d- MiB Whlllng was a plrturo In bluo
nesday morning, O.tohir 2B. It Is "P ,l0 chlnc '"' H"ver '"'' PO"!
Y.otu.i Hint ihn .nrr..rpnt iiiniiii.ii. uiii trimmings. A golH ImikI wis worn In
niike nn' efToi l u, ho present, for thero ''cr colffuro and a largo bouquet of
NvJll be no .lection of o-ncirs for tho yinM 'n " "'rsaRO. Mrs. Charles
"' . . r?lllllllll,Uirf li u nu .nffnl I ti ,. I.l,.l
ciiiiiing ji.ir, aim Bcurni imporiiim " " "" - " "ii-
inutterH im to ho voted noon, it was chiffon over satin senulmied with Jet
decided at this last meeting that nil Mrs- "n""'o JIVO looked liandsomo
'the members of the society who aro " "n ombroldcrod whlto not ovo-
folding hnilgis and aro serving In tho ,,!:" sn'1". trimmed In King's hue
capacity of special olllcers ho asked to ""' Wack satin bands, tho costnmo
attend tho meeting nnd bring a report co"'d easily" bo recognized as1 n Now
of tho work that they havo ilono for Y,,rk creation. Miss Mary Johnson
Jhn past year. WIIH c,al '" n beautiful rosttimo of
i, ir 1 whlto not, Hcniilnncd in silver nvor
guests wero seated nt an otnl tabic,
through tho center of tho tabic was
n bed of 8hnita daisies and maiden
hair fern. The Improvised garden ex
tended from nno end of tho bonrd to
tho other, thn flowers and ferns being
to cleverly arranged that they looked
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as 11 nicy wuru luwuif;. kiukm ui
knota of whlln tullo worn placed hero
and there, carrjlng out tho "nuptial"
Idea. Tho cbandollers wore entwined
with mallo and tulle, with tho Etrrs,m-,
crs reaching jo tho corners of the
table. The plnce cards wcro liand
pahted nnd garlanded wltli while
iiiargucrltes. Tho dinner favors wero
miniature fancv baskets, filled with
whlto nnd green bonbons; the bandies
of the baskets wore, concealed by sml
Isx nnoorniimenteil-wlll',ins9 ry'-'
of white daisies. A pretty Idea car
ried out In the ornamentation of tho
l.ililo wan the placing of 11 mlnlalitrnj
bilde, dressed ln Howlng salins.-nnu
with tlio conventional tullo wedding
veil caught with natural orongo blos
soms, at Mrs. AndorBon's placeIt Is
needless to state that she was delight
ed with tho souvcnlor. Captain An
derson's trophy was n dlmlnutlvo
trunk, ndorncd with white satin ribbons.
MIGHT WORK WELL
IN THIS Cm
JHKrnitRON CITY. Mil, Sept. 37,
Unvernor Iladlcy 'juslcjilny aililresseuj
p.-ttira lo (ho niujors or prnuiiniciin 1
In tlio Htato asking their eooperuium
In 11 plan to ohiervo October 9 as "lire
retention ilnr." mil1 snlfciho will this
week Issuo n proclamation naming tho
illon.to tlio necessity of tliorougb ln-
FiKctlun of public and private btil'd-
Iiirh much will be s.ivul froiii nre
(lovrriior llsdley estliunto that Mis
souri iniiiuiilly loxen -ljlit million dol
lars hy llres. The loss In the Uplted
KtntcH, he at. Is 1 i 61 for every man,
woman hud child each year. In Eng
land, vvliiro thcro nro general In'pec
Huns, tho loss Is less than It per
EXTRAORDINARY SHOWING OF
' Bedroom Furniture
INSUITES AND ODD PIECES, tti GOLDEN OAK. MAHOQ.
'i AJNY, CIRCASSIAN WALNUT. DIRD8EYE ND WHITE EN
AMEL. ' 1 ,
ORE8SERS, $12.50 to $95,
DRE88INQ TABLES, $17 to
CHIFFONIERS, $10 to (SS.
CHEVAL MIRRORS, 48 to
duartensawed Onk, Golden finhli, dull or pollhtd bait
20x42x2, small drawsrt, wd knobs, lYoncli plati" mlrrow 22x28.
Rtgular pries, $27 SPECIAL. $23.
WOOD BED8 are coming In favor again. Wo have them In
II tho finithes. $4 50 to $30.
BRAS8 BEDS, 15 ptt:rns to select from, in the very litett
deslgnr. $2&0 to $70.
TWIN BUNGALOW BCD3 aro considerably in demand. Wo
htve taveral dctlgnt In Iron, and bran, from $20 to $50.
BRASS BED SPECIAL
j-Two-lnch continuous pillar brass bed, with 9a'nch filler rods)
heinht of head, 60 Indian height of foot, 40 Inchest satin brats
finish, either three-quarter or double size. $27. ,'
' IRON BEDS In olaln and scroll effects. In white, blue, .areen.
dVcrnU.Mrtlnfiohhi pltln or decorated. $4 to $33.
IR,ON BED SPECIAL
, Two-Inch continuous pillar bod, 9slnch filler rods) height of
head,. 56 inches) height of foot, 40 Inches) whjte enamel finish.
Faiclnsllng In'lhe extreme arp the new
Never lieve-'we shown such a large and diversified stock., Thero
are Wlltont, Axirtinttors. Body Brussels, Tapestries, Rag and
Qrsit Rugs, ih ill -theistsne-rd ilits.
WILTON8, $4.76 to $50.
AXMINSTER8, $U0' to
BODY BRU88ELS, $13.50
RAO RUGS, $1 to $35.
GRA8S RUQ8, 6O0 to $1Z
Tapestry Brussels ,
In Tapestry, Camp Cloth, and Leather
$3.50 to $15 a pair.
LEATHER PORTIERES', In
green, red, tan or brown, to fit
openings up to 8 feet. $7.50
COUCH COVERS, $3.50 to
$10 each, ,
COCOA, DOOR MATS, $1.50
to $5 each.
RUBBER DOOR MATS,
MATTING by the yard, 25c ,
" Mission Furniture . ,
'in the popular FUMED QK FINISH, suitable for living room,
den;dlnliigroOm',-r.htl.' V ' t W'bduxMiNltivi'oVrtt
MISSION ROCKERS, $7.50
MISSION SETTEES, $10 to
MISSION ARM CHAIRS, $8
MISSION MORRIS CHAIRS,
$16 to $40.
MISSION LIBRARY TA
BLES, $15 to $40.
MI88ION LIVING -.ROOM
TABLES, $2.50 to $25.
MISSION DESK $12 t'o $26.
' ($10 to $18
Zino or Enamel Lined
$14 50 to $55
' xMy. W. W. North's Bridge.
, ,Mrs. W. W. North will entertain lit
'hreo tables of hrldgo next Tuesday
i afternoon, In honor of Mrs II C.
llrown. All of tho Invitations hno not
iM'n Issued, but the Invited guests will
'In'cliiilo only Intimate friends of tho
tficit of honor,
Masquerade Ball, ,
'Tho 'Chiefs of Ilauall" uro plan-
ping n mnsfiuerado hall that is to ho kojnnto of thn entertainment was In
felvcn nt tho Colonial Hotel. formality, the decorations wero clali
l : :
black satin. Mrs. I.lndsny of Hawaii
woro 11 palo marquisette over satin of
llio same shade.
.11 rs. It. II. Iteldford's Ilerrptli
Mrs'. It, H. I)elilfprd entertained ut
n small and Informal (en Friday aft
tcrnnon that was given In honor of
Mrs. 13. C. llrown. Only Intlmato
friends of tho guest of honor woro
bidden to thn uffnlr. Although tho
ROOTING BY GIRLS
PUTUNDER A BAN
President of Old Willamette
Also Prohibits Smoking
On Campus .
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK
$1.50 MANILA HATS 75c
I 1lJFORT STREET.
LiTTKIt WAY SAI.NTM, IliiirRiiiilitl.
.Church on King strcot, ncur Kaplo
lanf. 9:4n n. 'm., Sunday school;
classes In both Hawaiian and 'English,
lesson topic. "Seek Wisdom from
God." 11,8. in, morning worship;!
preaching' in both Hawaiian unit ting-1
llsli. C p. in, ZIoii'k Itcllglo L'ltnrniy
Society; topic, Losson Two, Chlirch
History; Musical and t Literary I'ro
griim. 7:3U p. m, evening worship,
131der Waller, sneukor. Mission Sor-
lcon: U a. in., preaching at 1231
KAI.I3M, Ore, Kept. 8D President
I'lelchcr 1 Ionian, of Wlllnmitte Uni
versity, in his annual niulrli illation
address put a ban on o-eds' routing ut
ball games or other athletic contests,
forbidding tho girls taking part In
marches downtown, fjfnoklng mi tlio I'ensacoln strcot; 7130 p. in, nrcHrb
eainpus, 'card phiyWior. ntlii shnllnr jnH in aosi'iel tent, near Japaneso
giipics H nUrillftidr,tlio bovs This ,,1,, wulklkl." Houost investigation
iiinndntu gles a check to Jolly-ups 8 invited. Strangers will rccclvo u
nnd rooting, as the girls wero iiulto. l0rillal weicomo nt all meetings,
prominent nnd enthusiastic In helping1 i '
nrouso eollego "spirit." WaoklT It u 1 1 1 1 tl per ir
Skilled, and, Careful Laundresses handle the
apparel received Jy us, and the sheerest
garment is not injured.
i tTH' yy iV l lui
Dry Cleaning by Abadibs French Process
Mr, hMVVVfc q' . ji- i fc ifK fylti iff
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