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Regardless othe ict&anlhir(s
,cre a great miy rach more Interested
.. In political affairs that eoclal function
. cn Monday tte reception at ihe toire
'of Governof" and 1.1 rs. Frcar as- well
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; Mrf Walter Co wles received wIQx
those who agisted daring the afternoon
were Admiral Cow ler.I.rr andi : llrs.
Arthur G. Calth,Mr.:ar.d Irs. ArtStir
Alexander. ; nerresacicata were served
lv-Mr II .f Vnn ITftH .1r Jnhn
v Watcrroure, Mrs. John Erdman, Miss
I:- ?!av KIuc-rL T'i3 Ionian Wlrhman.
MIkp Violet Etoercrand Miss Mar
' , taret Jones, j ';,''''.:-V''vvf:;
' ;fkrae amors' those . present-'' rwere,
! ! r. ad Mrs. Arthur : Alexander,- Mr.
ar.d Airs. Jobn Vrirrin, Mr. and Mrs.
jy.F., Dill;-?! -::. lira. Janes Cock
: W. T. DottcrIey, Mr. cd Mrs. J. P.
Cocke, Mr. tr.J I.Irs. Ha ry,', Mr. and
Prt. Jcbn McCandlersl' Adniral and
Mrs. Cowlcs, Ilrs. L. Tenney Peck,
Miss Jane' V.'lnse, -Miss Crcshy,.MIss
. 'May Klutrcl. JTr. end-Mrs. Theodore
. IV.chards, r.l z LI:: 3 Wichr.aa, !liss
Vlct Ct- vcr.-Ml5i Marcaret Jo7:C3,
' .vMrs. 'II. Vcn . K-lt,. Dr.. and .J.Irs.
' MjbJy and others. "Y ''"A . -.V
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"It. Jacl: C-'.t entertained at an In
fc ;rr.al r'l turrcr last evening at the
l.";c cf M3 rrcnts crfLHiha ttreet
Ti e ic; 13 v cro frIc'r.-3 cf the young
l.:::t ttj f r'.r'Tcrs cn tie
For tliD ncrit
STARTLETG VALUES WILL BE ON OFFER
Includir every color in Ilcecaline, Taffeta, and! Fancy Silk
Drc:::3. Tho Sale
On; account. of! the
StlH' Left a Ftwl
Lj: r 1 Ti i) n ri m n-
earner" enroute to' .lloholula e. few
weeks aso. The table ; "Wasprcttlly
decorated. With ferns and flowers ifai
each cf the 'gncrts swas rlvfa 'a red
carnation lcir Th3 g""sts included Mr.
and Mrs1 C: -Llss, IIL -.Ghcrcvlclli,
Mr. and Mrs.' Verrcn Smith nd; 5Ir.
Heed.' '-. - ' ', v.. :f
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.Mrs.yMlwcn 'Murny. ;ari;MlE4
adle Murray Who. tae -hicS the
Moana Hotel, for a short time were
departing passengers In the AVUheJ
tnina this morning. During their stay
In the klands they were .the guests
of Miss VVilhelmina Tenney at the Vol
ctno; House, ? - Wv
f V i. .y.ii : ; -A r i & ? :t'i; '':'f;?;v.-f t;
'Captain and Mrs. Edward Carpenter
will arrive at Fort-Itugar this week;
Mi Carpenter was formerly Miss Lee
of St. Louis: During the time that she
and Captain Carpenter have .ben in
Washington she Las been prominent in
the social circles there. ' -
The Ladies of Manca have. changed
their cslllrirday freni Monday tu r'rl
day end will reserve as their days at
home the f.rtt and third Fridays" or
oery month. : .,;; k
V'Mrs. 'Louis 'EchuLcrVvrf-'o has tccn
visiting her.alcicr. drs.i'A:.B.-lnsalls
for several weeks-waa, a departing
rsscner In 'the' Makura." yesterday
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ict (Iya v;e will Lj-j. c
Fnce3 will be from : :
Every Dress Different
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. WATCH OUR WBJDOWS this month
: V for these WOIJDERFDL . BARGAINS
' HONOLULU nTAU-IJOLLETIN, ;Wn.DXESD.VYf
Mrs. Walter C. Cowles and ! Miss
Edith Cowles ' left fjor the mainland
yesterday and will make a short vrsit
there before returning to the islands.
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' Mrs. Case wife of Captain Case and
Miss Betty Case b.ave invitations out
lot . a card party on. Friday ,- at. the J
Courtland. . -
:! M ra. "John. Stuart Johnson of fort
Ituger will entertain the Fort Ruger
Bridge Clut on Saturday evening..-.
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vMre. Albert Horner is entertaining
at luncheon at the Country Club next
Tuesday ,for Mrs. ILJC. Bishop V"
'The Misses Kathleen and Sophie
Ytralker were departing passengci-s In
Wilhelmina this morning.
Mr.' an! MrsH. K. Bishop, recent
arrivals in 'Honolulu,' are guests at The
Young -Hotet ' hyU k P i p--i
Mrs. Homer L. Preston of Fort Sbar
ter Is entertaining at Bridge tomorrow
afternoon, "j ,;T?-v-;;r,s-
-The Cricket Uub is entertaining at
a dinner this evening at the Country
,t takes cine tailors to finish a self
made man. t
w Ii u - lief fcr cougha,
TC Z w . n 1 i I b r o a i ;troxl.!r3:
:. . ., ' , Aflordirt rcst
. TfCt'.Cjf' rcJ"f in brcnchW
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we charge time on
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Our Stock -' df
The Woman's' Board of 'Missions of
Central Union Church Held Ita regular
monthly ; meeting 'yesterday arternoon
at the Church parlors, The" President
Mrs.: Theodore Richards opened the
meeting with a' few -words ; on ;the
unrest that is In the world today. She
mentioned - the,fiuropeanya',T''Ule
Turk ; trouble, the labor trouble of
Ireland,- the political unrest in Ameri
ca the resentment of - the Christians
because' of the v encroachment .6f
Catholicism and ! the unrest .In China.
Shesaid,' Ht : is a great . comfort that
we may turn - to ; our - bible and find
such chapters as 5 1 ahair.read today.'
She ' then read from the. ; twentynBlxth
chapterVof Isaiah .and 'the twenty-fourth
Psalm waa read 1a. unison.. Prayer
was then offered by MrV(EItnps6n and
The secretary and treasurer's report
: Mrs. 'Richards then j spoke of the
trained ' mission worker , It has 1 been
the desire of the Board to secure the
services bit a.' trained .mission- worker.
After, much corresponding, however,
It was found :that;such $ wo'mah could
not be obtained for the work this year.
Therefore the mission ;Et,udy has been
postponed and will take place Muring
the lenten seasons TherfWiU be interr
church classes S or it is xpected ;that
the different n churches, the, city
probably, be held.oni ttsiiiftkof -February.'
The first subject takea uphill
be Hinduisms DrScudder will deliver
the lecture. The following' week f Bud
hisra will be taken up and the-lecture
will be delivered, by Mr.' Wadman,
The sameweek the Reverandliloto
kawa will talk on Shlntoism; The fol
lowing Vweek:AnamIsm,XTowlsm rand
Confusianisni .will be lecturedcaf by
Mr. Peters and the - Chinese : minis
ter: of the Methodist ; Episcopal chur
ch. Mr.; Williams ol Sti-Clements nvill
tell of MohamadanlsmThe Opinion of
Asia on Christianity ' will' be) lold 'by
Mr. Erdman;- Bishop Restarlck wllJ de
liver a lecture on Christ:the' Light of
the World. These lectures- wilL pot
take;, the place of the: regular : board
meeting but wlll.be heldonce-evry
week ; during; the- slrt weeks-iatn the
Lenten Season. . M-fw,"1 i
: Mrs. McKenzId he f mission" worker
among .the Chinese -spoke briefly von
the work' accomplished U among - the
Chinese. The young men are now.' able
to conduct , a , literary ;club Lbyt yJthem
sel ves and are ; anxlousto tla all in
their power towards the advancement
of the. work. An able Interpreter has
been secured and . nowi those, whtt have
not a' thorough knowledge of the Eng
lish language are ableC to .understand.
The morning i school .for, Chinese . wo
mei is- how I well. : attended v both vby
women viand young glrlst. The newB
which Mrs. McKenzie considered ' e
best she kept; until the" ;tast The pre
sent mission building on 11 Beretania
street .Is now to be remodeled and 'en
larged so that- larger classes may De
held.' The Hawaiian' Board has bought
the Jease ahd as soon asthe renova
tion la., completed there 'will be i an
open -door" for the boys on the street
The literary r program was In the
hands, of M rs.-John I Ed rman. - Miss
Snow read a mbst Interesting paper
on the .Leaders of the World 'a Great
Religions, which will be, published in
this: paper tomorrow, f
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Yon never - heard of .anyone who
used Chamberlain's -Cough- Remedy
having pneumonia and millions -' of
bottles otl that remedy are sold every
year. 5 Pneumonia Is undoubtedly t a
germ, disease,; and this ..remedy cleans
out. the culture beds .that "form in the
throat and. bronchial tubes and devel
op tho germ; of that disease, For:sale
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J-K..'Harrbpa .an : enlisted man; with.
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ed'-o Queen's HocpItaT escaped' trom
that institution during tne heat of elec
tion day 'excitement and return ca to
H post rather thati overstay his leave
from Fort Shafter. Harrison, is alleged,
to have fallen frpm an. electric tar. s"
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