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ttAW STAK, jATUHDAV, JUNE a
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Tit am v m1 or Mr iilul Mm Clmiltxt
Tampleton Crocker from Honolulu on
Die Mongolia yentprdH.v followed th
arrival on Sunday or MIum Jennie
Orwoker from New York lo perfec t nv
mnpemetit for one or the most inter
"Mn mll vMt M the -hmwi
Ikm innirtnf la Mftketm Whltmmr'on
Hi hom pomlmt of tto Crwkm
it. d muck intmvtt mmamn th mm
ikmh or th pgctattva mi In ten Finn
i 1k o and tb fHMitttmia.
Knl .owing htr Afrtvftl oh thr Over
la ml on 8timtty, Mit Ctwfw wettt to
Nairn lo visit .Mr. ami Mra. Waller
Martin. The Martini anil their auwt
ffitnt In ate ynteroay Rflsrnoon from
t hoi i- rountrv home Ht Nann and went
to I he lloti-l St KfiHiflK, ttllfio they
art to rvmala for avnil taps,
M vtt Ohumi,
Aim. Martin and MIm Crorkvr haw
alwaya nvn vntM huma, and Mm.
Martin la In It rimanllmt In all of tli
ntn of inn lllllahtiruMili lielrwm for
lk wpddlttn Mm. Miutln la lo be
maid of honor Ht the wmldltm, anil her
tlitunhter, llUlu MIm Mary Martin, will
1h one of tho llowor alrln.
Mr. nml .Mm. Charles Tomit'clon
Croekr w.uro greeted li.v many Month
hen Ihoy Htepped off the liner Mon
moIIh yoHlunltty. Thoy loft Sun I'rnn-
5 ii a f
r-tarw ievral wwhn turn far a lirMf
wtay in the talamtn
The trli wta dannel lmil ma a
um titer nntlnt. During their exmr
tiHi Mr. and Mm. CriH'ker vlalletl near
ly every point ttflnlereat in Hamuli.
Iiiflmllna tltH voltwiiti of Kllaueii.
They antd Hint the moat Intem-tllus
fwttttrw of t Italr trip wbb their atny nt
tin- Mtthmt llotol on WnlklUI IIohcIi,
where thoy wore the riiohIh or the
Out l ienor Cluli nml txtile the nut f Itt
entitle r.ntl on bom-tls.
Is Expert In the Surf.
Mtrt. Urutthur, nftor whom one or the
fttntoMt ytu!ht, or the, Island wntern Js
named, la an expert In the surr and
had little tilllleulty in Initiating her
lim hand in the somowhnt dlfllcult feat
of "holm;" out throtiRh the IiIr comb-er.-s
nml riding hark on the crest of the
rollers, standing erect on the surf
!;rho Oulrlgfiwn Club, the Myrtlb'
Htiwlng Club nnd the Yacht Club out
did themselves In offering hospitality
to the Crockers. ''
' Ueforo leaving the islands the Crock
era were entertained at n dinner n la
Japanesque, at the Mojizuko Club,
where all the guests donned kimonos,
voro obis nnd gctas and sat nsmiat on
the floor In the customary Nipponese
Among the delicnciiw served at this
Japanese dinner were tiny silver llsli
which squirmed nllvo in wooden bowls.
The guests of the West politely passed
up ths exotic dish, but the Japanese
epicures ate the animated slivers of
silver with gusto.
Hurrah ! for the
GOING TO CELEBRATE THE FOURTH OF JULY? OF COURSE II
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3 Drawers, size of Base
18x36, Bevel Plate Mir
ror 12x20, Golden Oak
Finish; an exceptional
tion Price $9.00
of good proportions. It
stands 4 ft. high, is 33
in. wide, and 19 in. deep;
has five Drawers, with
Celebration Price $9.00
in 30, 36, and 46
sizes; Height of Head,
44 in.; Height of Foot,
352 in.; Pillar, in.
TO ABOLISH SLANG AT
WELLESLEY BY FINES
- WKIiTiRSLBY. -M.i.is Juno 18.--Slang
bas mado'sueh inroads into the
English of the college girl that dras
tic measures to prevent its employ-'
ment are to be inaugurated at Wel-(
lesley College. ' !
A nominal lino is to bo levied 011 ali
Wellesloy girls who tiro caught using
slang, tho sum thus obtained to go to
the student government building
"My dear" is slang at Wellesloy.
Then there are "celebs,' "dewbabs,"
"piffle," "bats," "straight credit,"
cuts the chunks." "neauut," "crush
"Celebs" means a person you ad
mire for her achievement. "Dowdabs"
is another word for masculine kisses.
A "crush" is u person a girl may fall
back iipun when her ' genLeman
friend'' is out of 'town. A "pill" and
a "peanut" have the same meaning, a
person who is not on tho square. A
"scream" stands for anything that is
size 36x72, in Oriental,
Floral and Conventional
Designs; large assortment
to select from
Celebration Price $3.50
Solid Oak Ex
Golden Finish, top 33x
42, extends to 5 ft. 2Vi
in. ; Fluted Legs
Price $5. to
- Dining Chair
Golden Oak, has long
Back Posts and Brace
Arms, Turned Spindle
and Embossed Slats in
tion Price. . . . . pl00
farcical. One is
she is dressed or '
"lab dl dab" when streets, Lincoln, Neb., has just recelv
do'.led" up. I ed a patent for a device which be calls
" ' baseball curver." This consists of
PATENT CURVER FOR la vacuum cup held in position by a
BASEBALL PITCHERS, band to tit the finger, or in a size to lit
It. W. Jones of Fourteenth ana' P two more Angers in order that it may'
STEARNS & FOS
tie shifted or adjusted to any position
in relation to the lingers. The pitch
er may adjust it va be likes in order
to impart a whirling motion to tho
baseball, which he can regulate as he
pleases with a very litt'e practice,
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