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R. Kipling. Manager
The Queen's Reception.
OM and iww. residents of Honolulu
and tourists almost by the liundn-'is
visited Washington IMnrf on Mond.'iv
In pay ll.Hr respects to Her Majesty
Queen Lilinok.'tlani who on that day
eelebrated ber seventy -fourth anniver
sary. Her Majesty j a f in the rnidt of a
lxwer of palms and tropica 1 f!ov. e s
and worn a hari'lsome gown of p
lavender Kilk and a cretuent of dia
monds in h'-r' hair.
Standing benide Hr Majesty wore
Prinze and Prim-ess KalanianaoJp and
the Prim-ess Kawananikoa. Tho
Kiiesfs were presented before the die
notaries by Mr. John Aimoku Domlnis.
rf the Queen's household.
To the older residents of Honolulu
who have not onlv attended these
yearly functions Riven by the Queen
I'lif have alho been guests at the eour
functions' of former days J.he recep
tion on Monday seemed quie like old
tln;eg for even the royal kahili benr
trp were on duty.
Amone the ' manv v-ho tled ff
Washington Plar'e were Governor and
'rn. Walter F-e?ir. Mr. and Mrs. B. F
Dillingham. .ludpe Sanford , H. Dole.
Ai'mlral Hops. Ton ul A. V Soii7? "on
avarro. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ilrvan,
Judge J. M. Monirr3t, Mr. and Mrs.
II. H. Pratt. Miss Helen Roekwel.
M!ss Kllnor CaKtle. Mrsj Riley If. Al
len. Mips Warriner, Miss Blnlr Ms.
Hmrv Ginne. Mrs A. R. Gurrev. Tr..
MiR8 Divls of Oakland Mrs. GeorrefI.
Guild Mrn Jolin Gamble. Miss Gam
ble Mis. S. n. P-rnR. Mr. aDd Mrs.
FeldR. MIbr Taylor. M. R. O Mathe
Fon. Mrs. MTrarkrn, Miss Glenna Me
Cracken, Allen Herbert. Mrs )r"is"b
nd Mrs. Bllr of Tos Angeles. Isaac
Harbottle. Mr. and .Mrs J. S. Rah,
Mrs. Hosmer,. Ralph S. Hosmer. Mr.
md Mrp. W. A. Rowen. Mrs. Montano.
Mrs. A. P. Taylor, Mis Ro DavlsnY
Mr. and Mrs. H. v. AVirhnmn Mss
Mary Low. C D Wrieht. T. R. Robin
son. Dr. N. R. merpon Mrs. R O.
Xi?the-on Mrs. Rodanet. Mr. and Mrs.
Jcbn F. Bowler. John 0. Lnne. .
P.'bnn?. Joel C Cohen. Mr a"d Mrr.
V. D. Tenney' Dr. A. R. ClrV. Dr. anI
Mrs Smith, PhlladelnV: M- Hanv.
(T. S. A. Enelnprr: J. K. Ka-ro"'".
Mrr- T.rC. G'ullV snd two Tanirnl'
dren Damon: Moehoum Thampson
ppH Kahlwfl Nnnualil ThomDPon, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Arhman Beaver. T,. Ten
ney Pek. Rlcha''' Wdon Wf"i"'a
r. FflrrTon. Mrs. Victoria Ward.
Mrs. F.tM. Swanzv Mr.n Mrs
smh S.iEmerron, 'hprlew A. CttriP.
Y.r. and Mrs. A. n.1.mr r r.
pftrFn. Coenhaeent Oabrlelle Rou-
( !1 Pnrls: Mrs. v. H. rdy. Mr . tt.
N. coc, Kunlee MacTjfrn. M. Gf
mtnt K Psrker "Wa'pa Atry K. Har
bott'e. HattlA Parke Walm M.
1.. Doyle, John F. N'ion. Tweljnd
Gnlorado; Glenn W. Mi". O'ordo
Srrincs, Colorado: Chester Cotter..
Rowlev. Mr..: FM7?beH J .ona,
Plymouth. J'enn.: Vqrret Mvnech.
Txif Anreles: Geo. 'W. Carr. Wasbine
ton. D. C. Robert eal and n-fo Tp
na. Florida- Mtf rank F. Laird. TTi-
' na. N. Y.; Mrs rtto Arnold.
Txis Aneelep; yr. Vloren" Kc
lurd, Portland. Oregon: Ab'ce A.
Grmm. Grind Rnldp. Mich.: Mr and
Mr. Henrv Fredbon. Grace redhoff.
San Franc'so: lara T. arnter.
Redlfndp, Gal.: Glenn Tons. Oklaho
ma C,,,r. O1'.: -T D GonfioM. 'Vil
t oma Cltv k S W. Sarie riev
lnpd. O.: W J. '"ion Char'ott l
Turner. WPnkn: Mrs. W. L. F-ee.
Tjrna K. IuVr. Boston an H"io
Juln: Mrr Nell fanvs Mr. riPTen
JnckSOn. Mrc, TlpnnV, T?o". Vm A 'd-
rih. Rtrs. c F. Wod Mtoq n-ohv
"V'ood. f's Ntl Wood. New vorv
riaynn W. Couns. TTM"-. v v.:
W. ' Ge". Jns l.: Mp'ii' "
Peltr. Ftta F T.a. MakeM. Ka"i:
Mor Tnbn H. Wholle" TT S. A.. Mrr.
J II. Wholley Miss, Who'ev. Mst"
An Old and Well Tried Remedy
MRS. WIXSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
ha brrn card by milium of mother (or their children
vKilr trrthmg, with perfect lucma. It softens the Gurm.
Hayi pain, cum vincI eolte, and it the bcrt resnedy lor
durrhea. Sold by DrufBiHs. lit se and ask for
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sjxup
Used lor more than three generations.
Open Stock Dinnerware Patterns
MAKE THE PURCHASE
Buy a few articles today, add a few more tomorrow or next month, and
before you know you have a complete service.
Thi is the elastic plan not that the articles are made of rubber, for
thy are made of clay, but because the idea admits of extension.
We have 37 OPEN-STOCK PATTERNS. The most fastidious can be
BLUE WILLOW WHITE AND GOLD H AVI LAND SPRAY
50-Pc. Set, $10.50 50-Pc. Set, $25.00 50-Pc. Set, $22.50
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
W W. DIMOND & Co., Ltd., 53-57 King Street
Mondays Punahou, Collfffe
, ilunoa. Makiki
Tuesdays Waikiki. Kapiolani
Park. Kaimuki. Palolo. First
Tusilay. I'ort Hurt.
Wednesdays - Nuuanu, Puunui. i
Pacilie Uf ifitH First and third
Wednesilay.". alove Nuuanu
bridge; second and fourth Wed-
ni-pdays, blow bridge; fourth V
Wednesday. Pacific Heights; first
and third Wednesdays, Alewa '
Thursdays The Plains.
'V Fridays Hotels and town.
Fourth Fiday. Fort Shafter;
Saturdays Kalihl. Third and
fourth Saturdays, Kamehameha ?
Society Editor 'telephone
(S , c$-, S Ss Q g $; . g J ,
Wholle-. Miss Gillet. Dertoit. Mich.:
Captain Clyffard Game. U. S. A.; Capt.
D. C. .McDougal. V. S. M. ( .; c. W.
Ashford, K. K. Lilikalani.
Reception For Miss Klumpke.
Miss Anna Klumpke who arrived i
Honolulu yesterday in the Wilhelmina
and who is well known in Europe and
America an having been closely as
sociated with the famous artist Rcku
Poiihuer and who is herself vnlely
ard well known as a portrait painter
o. no mean ability will be the guest
of honor at a large reception tomor
row at (the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur B. Ingalls in Kalmuki. Miss
Klumpke and Mrs. Earbour will re
ceive with Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls.
Punch will be served by Mrs. A. R.
Gurrey, Jr., Miss Margaret Clark and
Miss Cornet while other refreshments
will be served by Mrs. Ernest Stur
Mrs. Arthur r'rear. Miss Elnora stur
geon, Miss Juliet Cooke, Miss Miriam
Stacker, Miss Florence Gurrey. Miss
Jpne Winne, Miss Maude Jone. ?nl
Mrs. Ingalls and society will tal e ad
vantage of the opportunity to nuvt
this world famous, artist.
Mrs. Cummins Entertained.
Mrs. J. A. Cummins entertained at
a prettily appointed poi luncheon on
Saturday in compliment to Mrs. S. G.
O. King who w$s formerly MM .Maria
Cummins 'of Honolulu.
. The color scheme for the .decora
tions was yellow and was carried out
with golden lillies and satin ribbon.
The center piece was a block of i. e
aost covered with lillies and fevns
F..ich of the guest was presented with
a yellow ilima lei. Covers were laid
for Mrs. S. G.r O. King, Princess Kala
n:.naole. Princess Kawananakoa, .Trs.
D.irgie, Mrs. George Robertson, Mia.
Doris Hopkins. Mrs. Booth, Mrs. Da
r.'on, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Hose and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gurrey. Jr., have
as their Louse guest Mrs. Fredricka
Davis of Oakland, California.
PLANNING TO CONTINUE
BIJOU THEATER MEETINGS
The Christian Extension Committee
met at noon today to discuss, the
j question of continuing the meetings
which have been so successfully held
from time to time in the Bijou The-
J The first experiment along this line
j was tried in connection with the Y.
; Al. C. A. last spring, when for two
successive nights over one thousand
two hundred people came each night.
Five meetings have been held during
the summer, at which, in spite of the
warm weather, from eight hundred to
one thousand people have attended
each night. Now a movement is on
foot to hold similar meetings ence a
month, at which pastors from the
various churches will speak.
It is in diseases like whooping cough
J that the good qualities of Chanilr:-
lain's Cough Hemedy are most appre
ciated. It liquifies the tough mucus
rrd aids expectoration. It also
er. the fits of coughing Uss fre,;
j and less severe depriving the di.
J .if all dangerous consequen . For sa:e
by all deilers. Benson, Sml:. (L C'.,
agents for Hawaii.
OF A SET EASY
Th- eniMirenienr of Mips Atrres Ar
mour to Mark A. Robinson La.- been
announced tiirouu.'i Mr and .Wrs. Rob
err Shinglf and will prove of iri
rTr to mm ii-ty circb-s l:-re as well
as on the mainland.
Mr. Rob in -on is a son of Mark P.
Robinson, vicn president ot'vthe Firt
National Rank of Hawaii, and is as
sistant manager of Libby. McNeill A:
Libby's groat pineapple cannery near
Miss Armour was forinoi:jy (f Rod
ding, i'a . but has 1 -on a rosfUt-m here
for two vr-.ns and is prominent social
ly. (W. DUISENBERG'S EYE i
SAVED BY OPERATION I
Good news as to Walter Duisen- !
berg's condition was received today j
by his relatives here, following his ,
arria! in San Francisco in what was)
thought to be almost a hopeless at
ti mpT to saw his eye. A cablegram
today say: "Eyv sale. Walter feels
tine and will be out of hospital in two
; days. (J lass found in eye by X-ray.'
I uiifenberg's eye was injured by a
fixing piece of glass from a broken
bottle. He was hurried to the Coast
for tr aHnent.
Ceneral Homer Lea. the military
adviser to tho new Chinese govern
ment, who has been regaining his.
hrali ii near Los Angeles, is soon lo
return to China and resume his
Tho only baking powdor
made from Royal Crapo
9 Orcam of Tartar
do Alum, 11 0 lime Phosphafo
We are now making extensive alterations in our Ready-to-Wear De
partment, and in order to make room for our New Fall Merchandise
we will offer for one week,
Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 3rd
In Serges. Panamas. Alpacas and Fancy Weaves, in Black and Colors,
all at cost. Prices.... $5 to $12
In Cravenettes, Serges, Alapacas and Linens, all colors and excellent
values. Prices From $6 up
Tailored and Lingeries; a few broken lots at a big reduction.
TAILOR-MADE SUITS AT 20 ' REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK
DE LEON WAS A STUTTERER
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Ferris Hartman in "Fa"ry
Tales" at Opera House
Ferris Hartman. w'noso popularity
with Honolulu folk is increasing
daily, tells an interest m?; story of
the manner in which Va.:'Mf Do
became a member of the Ferris
man Opera Company.
"I was busy with
lects." said Hartman,
the stage hands one fog
in San Fianirisco when a
fellow with iiis trousers turned lia!f
way up to his knees and a regular
'iah-rah" liar peiche.l on one ear
tarre through the sta?edoor entrance.
Or' course. I had him spotted for a
college kid right away and said to
myself, "Goodnight; here's another
bonehead bitten with!, the footlight
bug.' and 1 had aIso.a4ded to my
self, 'nothing doing.' He picked me
out of the bunch with a glance aiid
came up with all the confidence in
" 'Mum-mum-munMister Hartman,
he finally got it out. 'I wa-wa-wa-wanl
"'Well, my good fellow,' I said, 'we
have all the stage hands we can use.
"'I wa-wa-wa-waut to a: r.' said
"It was unkind of mo to laugh, bui
I coulc'n't help it, "Act,' I said. why.
boy. you can't even talk, bow do you
expect to act?'.
" 'Tut-tut-try me.' he stammered, 'i
UT HE TALKED WITH HIS FEET
t - x -v.
(an su su-su-sing, and I can ta-ta-lalk
with niy fe-fefcet.'
"I thought it wouldn't do any harm
: try him out so 1 sat down at the
piano and tore off a rag or two, and,
say. that kid got more kinks in hia
spinal column to the tune of the
'Grizzly Dear' than there is in the
best corkscrew ever made.
'Right on the spot I said 'You're
hired; report for rehearsal this after
noon, and he's been with me ever
Now the remarkable thing is that
Walter never stutters cn the stage;
he has some lengthy speaking parts,
but he never hesitates nor stammers
during the longest one and Ferris
Hartman looks on his 'find,' as he
calls him with pride. Both Hartman
and De Leon take leading parts in
"Fair Tales," which will be the
change of progiam for tonight and to
TEALS LAST NIGHT
AT YE LIBERTY
The last of the Teals at the Liberty
tonight and the performance promises
to be a novelty. The girls are to do
stunts apart from the musical comedy,
and the one receiving the greatest
amount of applause is to receive a
prize personally donated by Mr. Teal.
The greatest of all motion pictures
will be shown for the first time in
Honolulu, the management of the the
ater having gone to great expense to
secure the film which shows Sarah
Bernhardt in the entire play of Ca
mille. The company, scenery and cos
tuming are said to be marvelously
Tonight's change of progTam at the
Hawaii Theater promises a very
strong bill. Four of New York's first
run pictures, which arrived on" the
Wilbelmina yesterday, will be shown.
"For His Pal," "Tangled Lines," "The
Thief" and "Troubles of the X. L. Out
fit" comprise a program that is as
interesting as it is instructive. The
Hawaii is noted for the clearnesp of
its pictures as well as courteous treat
ment its patrons receive,, which ac
count for the crowded houses nightly.
Hawaiian Opera House
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT
In the Musical Comedy
FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS
and SATURDAY MATINEE
By Special Request
Seats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Committee rooms. Young building, to
dav at a. m. I'hone 2?A'j.
PRICES: $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c and 25c
i made on the latest London. Paris
Uid New York Custom Lasts.
I QUARTER SIZES
REGAL SHOE STORE
Xing and Bethel Streata
sww. fit-.-. -Jit..-.
THE TWO FRANKLINS
Knockabout and Acrobatic Artists
I MORENI and LYNDON
1 A Real Comedy Team
WARD and MANNING
The Dance Kings
SPECIAL MOTION PICTURES
Peerless Bijou Orchestra
ROBINSON BROS. A. WILSON
Frisco'si Greatest Entertainers
The Classiest Juggling Act in the
A COMEDY SKETCH
Two Performances Nightly 715, 8:45
PRICES 10c, 20c, 30c
R. Kipling. Manager
CHANGED MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
Our Photo-l'lay Matinees are popu
lar. There's a reason Cood films.
PRICES: 10c and 15c
T H EA,TER
Honolulu's Cleanest and Coolest
Wednesday and Thursday:
"FOR HIS PAL"
"TROUBLES OF THE X. L. OUTFIT"
It EM EMBER: You have only two
nights in which to see the Hawaii's
first-run films. The complete change
is made on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. No worn-out films; no "sec
onds"; no "repeats," and none that
you have seen here previously. "
ADMISSION 10c and 15c
Admission, 10c and I5c
FRED NOYES, Manager
They Just Keep On
Going to the
To Laugh at
And pee the very latest and up-to-date
PHOTO PLAYS. BetteMhan the
so-called first-run pictures.
NEWER THAN' THE NEWEST IN
Prices, 10c and 15e
Two Performances 7:30 and 9
Management of Hen Wise
MILK and CREAM
F. H. Kilby, Prop.
We deliver fresh Milk and Cream
twice daily to all parts of the city.
Phone 3738 P. O. Box 220
"THE STORE FOR GOOD
Elks' Building King Street
A Screaming Comedy
DONT MISS IT 4
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SARAH. BERNHARDT In Pictures of
.a .if .
SEPTEMBER 1 i
J. A. C. vt. P. A. C. V ?
HA WANS- vs. ASAHJS '
First Game, 1:30 Second Game, 3:30
Chorus Girls' Contest
Reserved Seats for center of 'rrand
atand and wlns can be booked at E. -O.
Hall & Son's Sporting Department ' I
(entrance Kina; street) up to 1 p. m.; .. ;i'
after 1 p. m., at M. A. Gunftt &. Co, "
King and ForL . ' , . ?
! ' 1 MO-FORT STREET 4
On her return from New York on tne
S. S. Wilhelmlna on September 3, Mrs.
P. S. Zeave will reopen her parlors at
66, 67 and 68 Young Hotel, with, an'
entirely' new line of the latest Eastern
styles. T ; j -r.
Fort Street, Near Ceretanla
Has an entire new line of Hats' and
Trimmings just from the Eastern mar
keta. Drop in and see them. .. .
Beautiful Carved lvary
and Sandalwood Fans. ' '
HAWAII oV SOUTH 3EAS
Only establishment on ' th Island
equipped to do Dry Cleaning. . ..
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