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FOUT SHAFTER. March 17. Mai ;
and Mrs. J!. J. Lenihan were hot. at ;
an enjoyable "tea" last Sur.day efter-1
noorx, when they entertaino-l Inform.!- j
ly for MaJ. and Mrs. Russell, Mrs. -:
Ienihan waa assisted in w.f !vmg. u'y j
Mrs. B. V. Atkinson, wh- pcunv! ta, J
Mra. George II. Jamerson. who -rrvv-J i
falad, and Mrs. Charts' If. L!;!cii.i
Mrs, Douglass T. Greene, Ml. Dvro--thy
Harker and Miss Cjthw.i; 'e:iV
lian. Among MaJ. and Mr. Lonibina ;
roiest were LIeut.--ol, aid Mrs. Houe-
ton, MaJ. . and Hrs. Busse!, Mrs.
Dwyer, Lleut,-coI. and Mra. !.' t
klnscn. Col. Howell, Mr-:. KamloiVi,
Mr. Bayard Randolph. M;if. Rd:'i-
ton, N. G. H.; MaJ. T)e l.aney. Col.
and Mrs. Jf'harles it. l:icnn. Lu-uL
end Mra. Clyde . IL Abr:.a;:?. Mr.
Newcome. . Lieut, and Mn. '.X T.
Greene, Miss Newcora. J'apt. ;md Vjrs.
George Hr Jnier:n. C2pt. a:tt Mrs.
Paul B. Maloue, Lieut, and Mf. F. F.
B!ack Mra, William II. Cochrc.-, Vnj.t.
an d , M rs. J ack 11 a y cs an d M i . V it
tclL '. J.
One of Hie largest as wrll as" oa?.
of the wont attractivp .affairn of the
last week, was the luncheon rivrn by
Mrs. Wllllara.Ti. Ctochran at the Coim:
try Club cn Ft'duy In honor of Mrs.
Dwyer cl Boston, Mass., sister cf Cel.
llcuston. Mrs. Cochran took advant
F.ee of St.' Patrick's lay,in uiiirg its
b; proi:riate sj'rjbois In her dfora
tioas. A largo basket of white thrys
cutliemuraa an rnaidenhaJr feru dec
crated the center of the table and cor
tase bouquets cf white rcees and ferns
cs well as dainty St. Patrick i lace
cards marked each place of the most
attractively decorated table which was
I laced on the lanal of the Country
Club, which is always a charminar et
t;'ns for an, affair of this kind. Anions
those 'nvited to meet Mrs. Dwyer were
Mrs. Fauntleroy, Mrs. Houston, Mrs.
II. C. Coleman, Mrs. Westervclt, Mrs.
Cooper, Mrs. Houston, Miss.V.'il, Mrs.
B. V Atkinson, Mrs. M. .T,l.enDian.
Mrs. Paul B. Malone, Mrs. 'George H."
Halloran, 'Mrs; Georg? H. Jamrrson,
Mrs. T. J. Harkcr, Mrs. Iow of Wash
ington, D. C.. Mra. Parrott, San. Fran
cisco; Mrs! McConaas, San Francisco;
Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs." Clemdns."
Mrs. Griffiths, Mis. Russell aud Miss
limine Cross. 4
On Wt dneaday af iernbri'Srf s."-Hyde
:i. Abraham ' acaln tntcmincd ttRIx
c r.e cf fcer en'oyslle br! tra.s VfeJ
1 rrtty hct-e in Ccintomnent. iuree
tables of t ridge were played and. Mrs.
Jack Ilayrs liavins the high est score
wen the ;(!nst prize,, leather. casa
containing n rack cf !carJf.' H?e sec
c:id rr'.ro-Vas wco-v jff4fbarles
;j. Llrcy-d, sn atirdetivw Ctrnton Jar.
Mrs. Abraham vsed.ptnk and green
her coicr schene'tnd a large bowl
-f pink snapdragons formed an attrac-.
t:ve centerpiece for the rrettily an
I ujitcd table. Mrs. F. F. Black assist
ed Mrs. Abraham in pouring tea.v
Among Mhose pUiyUig cards were
?'?auie Randolph, Mrs. B. W. Atkin--.n.
Mrs. M. J. Lenihan Mrs. William
15. Ccchran, Mr6. George H. Jamerson,
:ir .' Jack Hayes, Mrs. Chas. H. Lin
coln, M! s:Thomas J. Camp. Mrs. Al
fred Rockwood, Mrs. Aldcn
ivDOwIes, tMiss Chase and Mrs. F. F.
niack, while thoso cpmins In la.fr
fcr tea were Mrs. Metier, Mrs,'B. Ale
t'lellan. Miss Rosenbaum "a ad" i, Mrs,,
Ilemecke. . .
Mrs. Abraham was bbstess at a
very enjoyable bridge tea. .last5" Wed
nesday, in her pretty home In the can
tonment ' Both 500 and bridge were
1 layed and Mrs. Martin won the "Jrst
, r: -.. :1 . . ;P ii m. Malon..JLe sefcn,dY
! :- . ChatCeld won the Ave hun
. : Among Mrs. Abraham's
o re Mrs. WiUell, Mrs. Ray
i v;i.eeler, Mrs. Ralph Holliday,
Cl.ri-e, Mrs. Martin, Miss Kills
. Mrs. Killsbury, 'Mrs. Paul B.
e, Mrs. Walter Chatfield, Mrs.
il. iancheterr Miss Catherine
v:an. Miss Deede Rosenbaum. Mrs.
V7VY1 i i - I'M f5 - rVi I f TV iV 1
FT. SHAFTER SOCIETY M f r
For PURE DELICIOUSNESS
and REAL CONVENIENCE
no other dish compares wall
Try it in one or more of
Papaia ; ; v - ; ?
Vanilla 1 ; v -
Telephone Orders close at
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Mrs. Jack Kayes, who was iiote33
Riblft ryonrMisa'Htll, Mrs. WoodSa
Parktr, Miss Boniiie Scott. Mi33 El-
oenor ScctL-.. . :
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cue wes glad ti ;T.c.1comej
Carti- s&J llfsV Jomes Bcll - lack to
-'cTt ShafttT.lfor .thav- have :b?n
irtstJi m'spod vti lie away cu leave.-
vt; t. -'arn :trs. teit arrivcu -ou u-.v
ira nscr t . ' Tu ?sday. morning. .,IJrut;
Hose was. aho a passenger oh- the
same beat, returning to- Fort Shafter
after u year's absence In San Fran
cisco, w litre be was on special duty
in connection with the exposition.
- Lieut, and Mrs. Cutrare were the,!
house-suests of Lieut, und Mrs. F. F
Black while tbe tran?icrt was in port,
and Miss Fithian, sister of Mrs. Cu
trare, was the house-guest or ueut.
and Mrs. Robert Lyon. Lieut, and
Mrs, Robeit Lyon entertained them at
a delightfully informal luncheon in the
quarters 4u Hhb cantonment on, Tues
day. '-" .. ';' . "v.
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Mrs. Alfred L. Rockwoofi '"'was host
ess on tte last ladies' night at thel
L'd Infantry , Club. . onty .two tables
of bridge were ayed, the Smallest
number f taWe for a .long time, but
CrtwKhstPniins'the scarcity of- num
bers, a Jolly time , , whs had.: ; X-ieuL
Clyde R. Abra!am vrn the prize, a
most attractive pottery vase. w
i-Lut. and Mrs, Frank Anderson
Khan entertained at diuner on Tiles
day evenmg In their home', in the can
tecmcnt for Lieut, and .Mrs. Cutrer.
Pp. ri, v. : rack. Miss Fit
the following flavors: -
Tutti-Frutti ; , ;v
: Strawberry . , .
10 a. m. for Lunch, at 3 p. m.
at a charming bridge this week in
zz. -v -,.
tis a-, Lieu t'"-A-nr Br Lyman; : Lletit
t errt rasst-cgcTS cn" the trahspott en
rente to-.the .Philiipim?s-." i r
; Bilty; f cott.xic.tj''-':: cif''Chapltifct'aiid
Mrsl' vriU!am;,Itees Scctt :.;bo has
been jll 'in ;Tth'e Depjirtinent bcipital
for 'the pafit: .week with a severe; at:
tax f lcnBUHi8;Vna'tff1?ie4iti(r
coVerwI t y Je iabla.' fct ra: . to ; Y e turn' td
his heme arid in a ft' !3:'s will tnc
mere be able1 to be out "With -'tifa little
friends.- . --'. - :l '-- . -
. C& pt. and Mrs. pe Court 'and twe
small daughters were the house guests
of Capt. and Mrs. Edwin Peck whilt
the transport remained in Honolulu.
Capt; .De Court is an officer of fhe
Philip fine Scout.8, and is returning
with his family to the islands after a
lengthy leave spent on the mainland.
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Capt. ,and Mrs. Kdwin Hartshorn
have canceled all of tlieir social en
gagemerits for; the present owinjr-to
the. act that Capt Hartshorn received
a wireless Thursday containing news
of the death of his. father. Everyone
deeply "sympatliizes with; Capt : Hart
sham.-'. :..:i ' :
yA -': :. ' .. , ;;,--.:-;:' -: : -';
' .V.adaime Mattis, Mr. end Mrs.
George ;R. Mattia and little Molly Mat
tis, who h aye been the house-guests
of Ltent.. and Mrs. Camp in the can
tonnieut. were passetitjers on the Lur
line Tuesday when it. sailed loj the
mainland. v -'
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CoL and Mrs. I). J. flowell and .Mrs.
' Howell Clinton have arrived at Fort
Shatter from Schofielu Barracks, and
have moved into their quarters ia the
Mn-. Alfred Kol:wwd is speudinP
the ten days that the troops expect to
be in the field '.us the guest of her sis
ter. Mis. Greaceu of Schofieid Bar
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Lieut. JoiiU Sullivan was the din
ner guest of Lieut, sxrd .Mrs. Ralph
Holliday hi'st Srj relay in their quarters
iz the tantenrnnt.
ar.d Mrs. f'vi.jurr.in V. Atkin
son entertained fat dinner on T-hurs
day evening in houvr of Vv. niid Mrs.
DanicJ Howell. .
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! : Jlfrs. 'Wood fin' G. loir-s is the houe
i gyest of Mrs.;. Willia::i B. Cochran
I while the' .-regiment is away frCm the
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Maj. and. Mrs: Will 'd. ;j:.?I:ieM
' fitcrta'ned hifonnally i luncheon
l;;tt .Tuestiity icr Mrs. ti:Vw.
' The Tuesday ..a'ftefnooh sewing club
met at tne hoc'ie of Mrs. William R.
Dasaiell this week, v
1! SCH0FIELD SOCIETY I
! fSpsrll Star-Bnlltin Correspon'lenc
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, March 17.
r-The following named officers whose
names were on the transport list to
arrive on the Sherman March 14 for
station at Schoeld Barracks were
i not on this transport and will arrive .at
i some later date: Captain H. D. Hal-
1 t.ad ?. r the 1st Infantry; -'Ca.pt. H E
Fa: us aad.Utjut C- B. Glover for the
' - -'
Tbf -'Wist i ven guk-t with a large
i proportion of the troops out in th
field fcatttrfd all over Oahu, marine
maps and studies of the terraine. Some
cf the troops are cit by orj;anuaiioris
and some have been formed into de-
' tarh::it nts.- The Quarts rmastr !W
partment at SchoficM has found a tuiv
; prcblm ia supplyinq theA various
i 0 tichmtnts. The fou r Wh ite trucks
.'.'that"'. recently; arrived from the coast
have teen of great as.dstar.ee in this
w-rk. ' There trucks - hive bfn
equipped with ' srort waj,on In-dios'
?s i1. v cirry J 00 pounds. 'Sorn f
tht- :'d'"taehocnts .' are Wins. supii:t-d
bv r:? ;,road. :
'.V. '.(Hie b';ndr?t and. ri-?Vv rf , ui'
g H i r"f 'r''stk ".'"men' arriv t-i ci r-ie
tt ir.-'M"-t Sh-?ra"ian for U:t.on at ch'
f -M Barracks. .;'",', One hundred tliir-y
jfri ascrved 10 the 1st lnfsntrv and
'!'.? rertdts have Keen p'aced under
J-t T icut, Klvld Hunt for "intorisivp"
'faih'n?,'-" Fcrtv-four we-o a-sa'i o
Urf9 of: the. -.1 st Fie!tl Artillery,
i Two ' renlited nrn jr.ined thf 4th
f: -Cavalry. Two sergeants fl"?t c'-rs
-n.-T t-'o sergeants reported to the
.'-.Pes .HTP'fal Thfrr n ;o i-.
crnits Tor the 25th In fan vv.
( 'bapjdin' Fealy has .postponed his
i Vi i r or ivV,iKitii f Vnt u'uu' tn !i i v o :
If en stcped fit the .baseball prrk thii
r.ftf rn"on. It v TiS n-cs3ary te pest J
prne the affair on arccunt of th
Ffnre of so rniTty troops in the tu-ld J
Word l.a be-en; rt'cpivrd that a urt at
card lias bfn prep;iTd f.r toinyrrow
nit-ht at the .V:rtional Gariid armory I
in .Ifcuoln.ln..'--:;T!e-.uiaMt''eveat-:win be
rt',ven;Pa:fu3 Williams of t'.e 25th 1
! Infantry) and Joe Potts 'cf the Sig-!
nal Corjis, Fort SMItetv-'-
" V'v.": i . : .;; -';' ' ;
: ('apt. lAusruttiiie, Mc!nvrp has be-en
as.siprd' to th -ryta rters.. formerly-. oc '
f crpird by Capt ; A. F. Cas'rls. and ;
t will tske command of Battery A, 1st1
J Fifld Artillery. -MrF. Melntyre and
her father. Colonel Swigert. ab-(i" ar-
ti'ed on the Sherrian, Colonel Svi-;
frt is at present at the Haleiwa ho-1
tel. :: .v :- "-; ". . i
1st Lieut. R. R. Ixive, Signal Cornf
(.Cavalry), having i: been assigned to
the 4th Cavalry for duty, has been
attached to Troop ' U of that regimen t. !
Lieut, and Mrs. Ixjve and Mrs. Law- i
rence have taken the quarters mxt to
the Mounted Reprice mean recently
vacated by Lieut. Hall. -..-.
r . ftiajor. cnan.es. ; ia. .. layman. , im in
fantry, has been reUvec from duty
as summary, courttofficer. Capt. Har
ry K. If night 1st Infantry, has been
appointed summary court for the part
of the 'regiment remaining at iScho
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Capt.'r and Mrs, R. S. Pratt have
Uken CapL Mudd's quarters ih the
upper .artillery: cantonment Capt
Mudd Uas moved. Into quarters 902.
tapu iTatt win take command of Bat
tery D, 1st Field Artillery- " ::'VT
only officer to join the 2Jth Infantry,
Ijia been assigned to M I'ompajiy. of
inav rtftiment ana win tiemporaniy
Share quarters ith : Llett '.Sawkins.
1 Lieut: and' Mrs. .Chester P. Barnett,
4th Cavalry, '.' lef t for tie mainland
on the Great Northern lsst flight Duo
to Inheriting . a ; large 'gJtattf ".'Lieut
Barnett has resigned frotn" the army.
1st Lieut John W. Simons, Jr., bat
talion adjutant; of the 3rd Battalion,
1st Infantry, has been transferred with
Jst Lieut. Walter S.Greacen. battalion
adjutant of the 2nd Battalion.
':'".-'', J . A
Capt C. F, Leonard, another arri
val cn the Sherman, will have command-
of Company F, 1st Infantry. He
and his family have been assigned to
quarters No. 305.
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Capt. H. D. Blasland has been as
signed to the command of K Com
pany, 1st Infantry. He and his family
have been assigned to quarters No:
, :--:.y ;; ' .:
L'nd Lieut Daniel II Murphy has
been assigned to Troop I. 4th Cavalry;
end will occupy the bachelor quarters
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at the 4th Cavalry Post, Castner.
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. -V baseball game will ube played at
post baseball park Sunday afternoon
between the 25th Infantry and the St
Umis team from Honolulu.
: Vet C. H. Jewell, 4th Cavalry, and
his family have been assigned to quar
tcrs 104 at Castner.
Easy Matter to Exterminate These
Kven a feebl imagination can think
of the germ the cockroach must bring
as it craw's around the kitchen and
pantry, contaminating and spoiling
food Now is the time to kill off the
cockroaches and free your home from
the repulsive Insects. A dozen cock
roaches killed now ia better than kill
ing hundreds later. :
A two-ounce box of Stearns Electric
Paste, which you can get for 25 cents
from, any druggist Till rid your home
of cockroaches or water bugs. It is
much better than powders, as it can
not blow away and get into the food
Easy to use and an absolute extermi
nator. Directions in 15 languages in
every package. Adv.
Prince Alice of Bourbon hs been
indicted at Florence. Italy, for spread
Ing peace propaganda among wounded
soldiers there. .
awaits those who insj.ect onr. wonderful stock of Indian, Chinese and rhilippine emhroid-'
cries, Silks and Carved Ivory in Honolulu reflects
inore truthfully the artistic beauty and excellence of Asiatic productions than. the com-,.
llete displays We are now exhibiting." Tour-ists should not neglect to visit us. .
According to the state board of j
prison directors; only 3 1-2 per cent.;
paroled from California's pealten-j
tiaries have, returned to a life of j
When Yonr Eyes Need Ccn
i Try Elorice Eye Dcncdy
Articles in Sterling
and Gold for
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NOTHING too lino, nothing too pretty for
tlie IJaliy'.s tirst use. llt'iv are many
uitirU'w in storlin gohh er.nutfl, -nml I motlier-
of-rarl ;ill useful pfts for Haly.
Teething Kin of inotlier-of-wai
l iw.d sterling or sojiil (iohl.
Bi! holders, 1 in tc a lelieate .
ehain With a elasp on either fiul. ,
Hahy Pint sterlinir, p)lI, etc.
Spoons and food pnsliers, with c
Alother (J oose designs in enamel
and ctehini? on handles. ......
Knife, Fork -ami Spoon Sets to
match the family pattern. .
Bracelets, Rings. . ;
F. Wichman &
Jewelers and Platinumsmiths
A .splend id Ftoek of the finest Ja i )an ese rot I uc t ion sr. .
' ' fcv.-,.:.'.,.;v,...;;v: : ,. i ....
Silk Mandarin Coats, Curios and Xo vol tics of every
kin(. See them today at
Into; the Artistic Eas
the store of
. 1150 Fort Street