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' HONOLULU STAR' BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. H, 1012.
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Ybiih Hotel Building
. were a great may.men more interested
in political affair that fcoclal function
' cn Monday the reception at .the. home
of Governor end Mrs. Frear -was well
" , attended,- ? r r' i : ; 'C:' ;
Mrsj Walter Co wles "received with
-the Governor and 'tis wife. Araohg
those who ailsted during the afternoon
V were Admiral Cowlef, Mr;' and ' '.ilra,
y Arthur G. Smith, Mr,' and Mnfj "Arthur
; ' Alexander. Refreshments were served
by 'Mrs.' n.: M..Von Holt, -Mrs. ; John
-iVaterrouse, Mrs. John Erdman, Miss
May -Kluegcl, Miss " Oolse Wichman,
, Miss Violet Etoeyer, and ; Miss Mar-
caret Jones. '-,',-. J.
v Kome among those' present "' were-,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Alexander, fM.
and Mrs. John Krdmn, Mr. and .Mrs.
P. F. Dilllnsham. Mrs.' James Cock
. burn, Mrs Jcha Watcrhouse, Mr8.i A.
W.fT. Dottomley, Mr. and JUrs.1 J. P.
Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Itary, Mr. and
' , J'rs. John McCandlessi Admiral and
Mrs. Cowles. Mrs. Ii'Tenney, . Peck,
; Mls Jane Y'inne-, Miss Crosby,; Mis
Mav KlucrcU' Hr. and Mrs. Theodore
Richards, Mi?s Eloe Wichman, "Miss
Vickt CtccUr, Miss Tlargaret JcEes,
Mrs, II. .M. A'ca licit. Dr.. and 'Mrv
XX;'- Hobdy and others. . . '
.'-'. t : -ft -ft 'ft ''''-."; ..':'';
. Mr. Jack Gait enUrtsJned at an"!n
formal pel tzwcvAizt evening at the
heme cf his .parents on JUliha itreet.
The r;uc:;s verc frier, f 3 cf the young
. host who wcr3 fe'ow x'.izr..Tt cn lie
steamer' "enrotite to Vllonolalaf k'r t e w
weeks ago. The table .was! prettily
dtcorated with ferns and flowers and
each ofl.Jhe guests was ".given a red
carnation lei. The guests included Mr.
'and Mrs. Cushlng, Miss Gheredeni,
Mr.' and Mrs. Vernon Smith; and ?Mr.
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Mrs;: Maxwell -v Murray andirMiB
Sadie : Murray who .have 1 been" at the
Moana Hotel ; for a short time were
dcparUhgiraEsengert ini the;yilhel
miifa this morning .During their stay
In the itlacds they iwere theguests
of Miss Wilhelmlna Tenney at the Vol
et. no House.- -'i'-i': -pzf.
Captain' and Mrs. Edward Carpenter
will arrive at , Fort Rugar this Week,
Mi . Carpenter was formerly Miss Lee
of St Louis. During the time thaf she
and Captain Carpenter have be?n In
Washington she has been prominent in
the social circles there;.. Y j t V
V::i -? v i:ri?
The Ladies of Manoa have changed
their calling day- from Monday to Fri
day and will reserve as their days at
home the first4 and ; third Fridays; of
every month. ;r :"-r'C? f .K'
'V - f y! i & i; v-' i's'
; Mrs. ' Louis Schtjbert who, has-been
visiting . her sister MraLXL' Ingalls
for several weeks wa -a departing
passenger In the Makura- yesterday
afternocn.- '. X? :X' ; yrX
? Mrs. . Walter C. Cowles and - Miss
Edith Cowles left:; for the mainland
yesterday and will make a short visit
there before returning o the islands.
.Mrs. Case wife oftCapta!n Case and
Miss Betty tse have Invitations ont
foi a . card, party., on Friday , at the
Ckurtland.v;..7':;!; ," '?
Mrs. John Stuart Johnson of FblrJ
Ruger wjll entertain; the ? Fori Ruger
Bridge . Club onr Saturday - evening. Wi
Mrs. Alberti Horner I3 ' ei;tertalnl?:g
at luncheon at the Country Club next
Tuesday for Mrs. H K. Bishop.
'' .The Misses ;r Kathleen, and A Sophie
Walker Were departing passengers in
rWilhelmlna jthis morning. ' ,
Mr, and t. II K. Bishop recent
arrivals in Honolulu, are guests at the
Young Hotel. Z'i::, XX
Mrs.JIomer L. Preston of Fort Shaf?
ter is entertaining at Bridge tomorrow
af t ernoon. f C:rS -kX.
OTM S BfllDs
The Cricket Ciub l& entertaining at
a dinner this evening at the Country
Club, Zi-X: X:ij- y-H X
l,lt takes cine taiors to finish a self-'
made' man-v;' ' XX X xxx-''y.
'UrOiia S Hel for coughA,
----i'. f KbarseneasV
CrCnCLial ! Ihroat trovifcleau
.. i , . , ' Affording great
TrCw! "2 i"ellef ia bronchi'
' tli cad citKraar
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; For tlio nerd: f c7 days. Tre will hold' a clearance 'of
STARTLING VALUES WILL BE ON OFFER
Including every color in Ilessaline, Taffeta, and Fancy Silk
Dresses The Sale Prices will be frbnr ; ' . ? , ; :
' . -- .. Every. Dress Different'.
TRULY AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTONITY
? The Wotpan'S' Board .of. Missions "of
Central union Churcti peid Jts reguiar
monthly m'eetinK tvefc'terday afternoon
at the Church parlors. he, Presideni;
M rs, Theodore Richards opened: .the
meeting with ; av few; wprdjaop.thp
unrest that Is In the' world today. She
mentioned the European .Wat the
Turk trouble,;, the "labor: trouble of
Ireland, the poimcaruresnr Anert-T
ca. : the resentment of. the, Christians
because of the enprdaipS5eti( jpf,
catnoiicism, ana tne unrest in umna,
She said, fit Is a grea'TTOmfqrt'that
we may turn to; ourj blbei and find
sucn cnapiers as 1 snaii reaa ioaay.
She: then , read from the-tvrenty-slxth
chapter of Isaiah and the twenty-four-,
th; PsalmwaSi read, in jQison." Prayer
was men orterea Dy.Mrsannpson:,ana
-M rs. no.oen jiaisey.,,. Tti -..nu r
I The secretary and.treasurer's report
' was'. then Te''ft?i
Mrs.; V Rjcharfs:thejal sppkeOiof the
trained mission' rworker, It ha,s been
the desfre' of - the Board to secure the
services of a trained;mIssion;worken
After much corresponding, however,
it was found that such, cyoman vcould
not be1 obtained for the work this year.
Therefore the mission sttdy hasheen
postponed' and' : Will takeplaise during
the lenten season.-There: will be inter
church.-classes foir It'sjtttpetedthat
the different churches ir the city
will co-operate. Theflrat'i'classVwill
probably be held on'thelfifth' of 'Feb
ruary. The first subject taken up will
be, Hinduism. Dr Scuddeir twill deliver
the , lecture. The followingiWeelciBud
blsm will be takeh up and the lecture
will be delivered by Mr. - Wadman; kf
The same Week' the! ReVerand iMbtd
ka'wa will talk'dri Shlntoishir The'sfol
lowlng week, Anami8mr"TowIsm and
Confusianism ? will - be lectured on by
Mr.,1 Peters; and the Chinese minis
ter of the? Methodist Episcopal ' Chur
ch. Jfr Winiams'cf St-ClemenU will
tell of Mohamadanism; The' Opinion' of
Asia oh j Christianity will : be told -by
Mr. Erdman;. Bishop Restarick will' de
liver a lecture onrChrist the Light of
the World; These lectures will :f hot
take '' the V place - of. the - regular board
meeting buCwill ?. be held once every
week during-: the . six v weeks ' of the
Lenten; Seison",..' --'j-
i Mrsr.; MtKenxIe ; the 'fission worker
among the Chinese? spokeibrieflyfonl
the .work . accomplished " among K;the
Chinese.. The young men are now able
to conduct "a literary club -by them
selves, and are anxious - to do all in
their power towards the advancement
of the .workl An. able .Interpreter has
been secured and now, those who have
not a thorough knowledge , of the Eng
lish; language are able tor understand.'
The .morning ' school ' for Chinese Wo
men, is now f well; attended both X by
women i and i young " girls. vThe nws
whiclt Mrs. TMcKehzIe considered k ie
best she kept until the last The pre1
sent mission, building on Beretknia
street ia now to be remodeled and'en
larged so that larger ..classes ma V "be
held. -The Hawaiian Board has.' bought
the lease and as soon as the ' renova
tion is completed there will v bel an
open door; for the boys t. on the street
Th' lltprarv nroeram : wa '' Int Vho
hands of Mrs. John Edfinanl .iliss f '
onow reaa a most mteresunev naner
J on. the Leaders of the' World' . Great
Religions, which will be published in
this; paper . tomorrow, i
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Sufferlnglnjurles ' to b. leg and :nip,"
J; K. Harrison an. enlisted .maxj with'
the Second Infantry who was convey-
ed ito Queen's 7 Hoi pltit escaped ' irora
that institution during tne heat of elec
tion day excitement and returned to
M post rather, than overstay his leave
fvom Fort Shatter. Harrison. Is alleged
to have fallen .fr,om.jLn electrlcfvcarH.!nr
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GAS- - OIL ILL
Nothlajf adds more to the charm -cf
the, living or dining rocm than an ar
tistic electric lamp. '
Our pres?nt di.-;:. cf f'- r!:
Iamp3 excced3 ia Lr:j;ty .i- 1 ..: '.;
anything to which, we have call 1 j :r
attention. The r.::: ' :
ductioss cf tho wcrl I r
hero.- ' t ,
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having : pneumonia and .mllliona of
bottles of that remedy aresold every
year. - Pneumonia is undoubtedly; a.
genn nisease.i and this remedy . cleans
out the culture; beds that form in the
throat and bronchial , tubes andc dey.el
op the gem ot that disease. For sale
by . alf dealers. - Benson, S<h &Co.,
Ltdi agents for Hawaii ,
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- the 'winner aud fti:ie to ?
nee the bully Mil tos.rfcL
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Reserved Scats for, center of grand
stand and wlm?s can be booked at &
Ca flail Sc. Ron's Sporting Department
(entrance King street) up to I m.;
after ,1, p." m, at If. 'iu Gunxt U Cow
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