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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, November 06, 1912, 3:30 Edition, Image 5',
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?Regardleis' of' the fact .that Ibere'
- Tvere a great madmen more interested
Jn political affairs that social function
cn Monday he receptlon.at .the, home
rot Governor and Mm. Frear was well
" AlnsJ .Walter Cdwles received with
the Governor and wife. ; Among
those who aalsted during the afternoon
:, were Admiral Cowlet, Mr., andMrs:
Arthur G. Smith, Mr. and "Mrs.-Arthur
Alexander. Refreshments were served
by, Mrs, H. M. Von Holt, Mrs. John
Waterrour e, Mrs. John Erdman, Mtss
May Kluegel, Miss Elolse AVlchman,
Miss Violet Stoever, and Miss Mar
'.; caret Jones.-.; ,.' i
Some among tho:e present? were.
T Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 'Alexander, Mr.
i ve.nd Mrs. John Erdman, Mr. and Mrs.
P. P. Dillingham, Mrs. James Cock-
burn, Mrs." John Water-house, Mrs.', A.
; W. T. Dottomley, Mr. and Mrs; J.' P.
Cooke, Mr; and Mrs. Rary,Mr. and
J'te. John MoCacdlessl Admiral and
' Mrs. Cowlcs. M rs. U Tenney V Peck,
- VIlss Jane Wlnne, riisa-Crosby, Miss
: . May Kluc-el, Mr. cr.d Mrs..Tteoiore
V.v Richards," Miss Elclse Wlchcan, Miss
.' VIclet Stoever, "Miss Margaret Jones,
IJrs. IL M. ' Vca licit, ,Dr.and; Mrs.
-Hobdy ani otters.."' :
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Mr. JaO: Gslt entertained iat an in-
formal r -I curper last evening at the
1 erne cf rarcnis cn Llliha itreet.
The r-" were fronds cf the ycung
. l-ost wt ere tCr ; p :-ers ca lie
' For' tlio neifet
Including every color in Mescaline, Taffeta, and Fancy Silk
' Drc::c3. The Sale
On account of
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Still Left a Few
Tailored Suits ;
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steamer enroute to Honolulu a few
weeks . ago,.- The tabla .was prettily
decorated with ferns "and flowers irfrd
each of the guests was given a red
carnation let The guests Included Mr.
and Mrs." Cushing; Miss": Gheredelli,'
Mr. and Mrs. -Vernon Smith, and Mt.
iMrsMaxweilv J wfoiriyf and " Miss
jBadie .Murray i who 'have : been at ,tne
M oana Hotel . for a short time were
departing ; passengers In the - Wilhek
mlna this morning During their tay
in the itiands they were the guests
of Miss Wilhelmlna Tenney at the Vol-,
ctno House. ' 1 , ' f - ?
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Captain and Mr&T Edward Carpenter
will arrive at Fort Rugar. this week;
Mi ; Carpenter was formerly Miss Lee
of Et. Louis. . During the time that she
and Captain Carpenter nave bpn in
Washington she Las been prominent In
tbe. social circles there. '
A, " '
.The Ladles of -'Manoa have "changed
thefr, calllrs tlay, frc ::i Monday.' to 4',rf
day and will reserve as their . days at
home the first and third Fridays of
every, month. X; ;f
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Mr8.'Ij0uis Schubert who has been
visiting her. sisler Mjs ?A tJlngalls
for several v weeks was. a departing
passenger in the Makura ; yesterday
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fevz days we will hold a
VALUES J WILL : ; BE
Prices will be from ...
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. for these WONDERFUL BARGAINS
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Mrs.' Walter C. Cowles'and .Miss
Edlth-' Cowles left ; for the ; rnalnUcnd
yesterday , and will make a short visit
there before returning to the'islands -
Mrs. Case wife of Captain Case and
Miss Betty. Case . have. inyitations out
foi a- card party on Friday at the
CourUand. 4 , , . 7 r'
Mrs. John Stuart; Johnson .pf Fort
Rnger will ? entertain the Port Ruger
Bridge Club on Saturday 'evening. -.
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, 'Mrs. ' Albert" Horner is entertaining
e t luncheon at the Country Club next
Tuesday for, Mrs.; H. K. Bishop. J -
The. Misses . Kathleen and Sophie
Walker were departing passengers 4n
Wilbelmlna this morning. - . ;. v -
-Mr. and Mrs,-IL K, Bishop,, recent
arrivals In Honolulu, are guests at the
Young-HoteL ;'-.ti. - -j i'V
Mrs. Homer JL. Preston ot Ton Shaf-
ter la pntettflininff At Rridsrn tomnrrota
arternooiL -hJ .v:: v
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d't-i HA v-. jav.k' 1 7 v
The Cricket Ciub is entertaining at
a' dinner this evening at the- Country
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.; It takes cine tailors to finish a self-
made man. ! , , , i ' . ; -
r.r ' on Jninediaia ro--br0fll
lief for coughs.
""-I -'-J', h o a r o iv ej 5 s ,l
UrC2CLl3f v t h r o a t trembles
; . " Af fordirvg great
Tfr"LMv relief la brenchii
tu end csthnva.
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clearance of '
. OK OFFER
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The 'Whole of
Our Stock of
Out. J: :
; Yoiing iHqtellBuili
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The "Woman's Board: of Missions of
Central Union Churchheld its regular
monthly - meeting, yesterday afternoon
at the Church parlora.The , President
Mrs.iTtyeodore Richards opened the
ngeung vwita, lew-worasron..me
unrest- that is in the world today She
Tnrk trouble; - the labor ; trouble of
ireiana,. tne political unrest m Ameri
ca, the. resentment ;Ofth Christians
because i- Of !-lhe encxoqtchnfejit )f
Catholicism,-and the unrest-in China;
She sald3t jsa;
we may IntrL to our Mbte i and find
jsncn cnapiers as snaii reaa toaay."
sne tnen reaa ironv ine Tweniy-8ixiav.r- ' t 7 -
cnapter or isaian ana me iweniy-iour
th Psalm was read in unisons Prayer
was then offered by Mrs; Eimpeon and
Mrs. .Robert Halsey - i J - n
The secretary and treasurer's report
was then read, - ':" '-v- "s.
i Mrs. Richards then-, spoke i of the
trained mission worker. asUeea
the desire of the Board to .secure the
services of a trained-mission worker.
After 4 much "z corresponding,- (;h9Fever,
it was found that suclr a woman could
not be obtained for the Work this year.
Therefore the, tnlssion fetudy. has been
postponed and will: take placi during
the lenten seaionTherW will be inter
church classes for it l?expected that
the 41fferentnchurcherf the? city
will- .'co-bperate. vThe' first ; 'class -will
probably be held' on ithe' fifth- of Feb
ruary.: The first' snbjef $ taketf np-will
be HlnduismDHiScutidervwili deliver
the! lectue. The : following week Bud
hism will be' taken up and the. lecture
will be e.llver btttf'Vl&iiaxT
- The same week : the Reverand Moto
kawa. will talk oh5 Shlntofsin; ;The fol-
lowing : week Anamism;. Towlsm and
Confusianism will be lectured on' by
Mr.5 Peters and the ; Chinese ' minis
ter of the Methodist 1 Episcopal" chur
ch Mr? Williams' of St? Qlement wl II
tell of Mohamadnism. The Opinion of
Asia on Christianity ' win be:;to!d by
MrErdman.' Bishop Iie'starlck Iwill de
liver a lecture on . Christ the tight of
the World. These lectures- ,will i not
take - the place; of the regular . board
meeting : but will be held; once every
week during c the ': six weeks jof the
Mrs.' iMcKenfcle the jnisslon worker
among the' Chinese Vspoke briefly, on
the .'work accomplished r among : the
Chinese. .The young inen are. how able
to conduct ; aj literary: club ' by T them
selves and : are - anxious 'todo all : In
their power tbwards-' the advancement
of the: work. An able interpreter, has
been secured and now tkose who have
not a thorough knowledge of the. Eng
lish language af e able ' to 'understand.
The r morning school for -Chinese wo
men is now-; well ' attended ' both by
women and 'young :: girls.'- The news
which Mrs:; McKenzie ' considered ue
best she kept until the Tait. The; pre
sent (mission building : on Beretania
street is now to be remodeled and en
larged so that larger classes may : be
held.; The Hawaiian . Board has bought
the lease" and as soon ,as ; the renova
tion .Is completed there wili be an
open door for the boys on the atreet.
xne ; literary- program was in the
hands of . Mrs. 1ohn iEdrman Miss!
Snow ; read ; a most interesting -paper i
on tne Laders of the World s. Great
Religions, which will .be. published In
this paper tomorrow ;
You never r heard of anyone ' ?who
used Chamberlain' L Coueh"? Remifv
j having pneumonia and ' millions -of
wiues n. mai ieuieu-re eoiu every
year;. Pneumonia is undoubtedly' a
germ disease, 4nd. this:wmedy"creaiis4:
out tne culture beds that jrornrih the
throat and bronchial tube3rand!jevel
op the, gerra of. that :disease.',FjDr sale
by all dealers.? Benson; fmltti Co.,
Ltd agents tobHijrj.::-:,
J. HOPE &
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. See our new stock of SHOES. BONNIE LASSIE LADIES and CHIL
DREN'S1 SHOES. LONDON BOOT-SHOP GENTLEMEN'S SHOES.
CANTON DRY GOODS COHPLlrir,
HOTEL STREET :, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER '
C; j.t;:3 7c;:
' Suffering injuries to a leg and hip.
J.- H. Harrison an enlisted man with
theSecond Infantry who was convey
ed ito Queen'a Hot pital escaped, trom
that institution during tne heat of elec
tion day excitement: and returned; to
H post rather than overstay. his leave
from Fort Shafter. Harrison is alleged
lo have fallen from an electric car..,l
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V vOT : ABSOIUTE 3TUSICAL ;
In Her .Tentrfloqnil
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iNlJIlt: NURSEMAID AXD THE
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for One Year ';''
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i-t j borrow t!:e IS cert? frcn
v,tl;e Mlr.nrr an I ccr:? tj
; :. .'see the LuIIy till lsr!-'-t. 1 '
;4 The fllr.u. ccr.:c cn
" llonolr.!jn, ko t:.rjrc not
" ' effected by t!;e clpcll.;a.
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Philms Phor Pnortunates or Phor
- ' !' - Phailures 1 - . " '
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Du:I)-II. fcr Sunday
1:30 W M-P. A. C. vs. ASAHf.
,3:30 i M-HAWAII ,v. STAR.
Reserved. Seats for center of grand
stand and wings can be booked at H
Hall; & Bon's ;Sportlng" Department
(entrance King street) up .to 1 p. m.;
after 1 p. m, at' U. Ju. Gunt & Co
Klnar and Flprt
1 1218 Fort St; abOTe Beretahla
' Telephone 2238. P. 0. Bot 793
Tor Infants and Ciildrcx ..
Sikture of cU
Crepe; Goads and
. Nothing adds ; more to th d.tm c!
'the living or dir.in; rcca t-;aa -a ar
tistic electric lamp.; - y- r ' ,
t' . Our pres?nt.' display cf l?:fr!;
lamps eTceed3 In beauty cr.3 .vr.rl ty
anything lo which we havi c.-JI: 1 ; c r
attention..: ; The most excluruva r re
ductions of the Vorli are ac:cn:i: 1
, here. ..". ;.. ;
A Few .iSstslhu rr!'fi
r. on rr "w '
A srrnL TAi: ::. i. :
hlsh, eld Ixzzz tlr.:; art x - ..
el shada in green and yellow, ;
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Larjeit Pacific Ccuver.Ii
Store In ths VorW ' .
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HAWAII & COUTH .
SEAS CURIO CO.
Exclusive, Vet Inexpensive Heii;:xr
: K MRS; BLACKSHEAR , y
Harrison Blki,' Fortv Sti nr. CcrtUnJa "
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