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EVEN1N0 DULLBTIN. HONOLULU. T. It., BATUItDAY, JAN. 13, lSOfl.
TIib Utile Ads Willi the Big Results
l9oo Phko Mi r"j3W TO-DAY, for Now Ads.
Hj 7nung man from Const, in years'
experience Keneral dry goods, men's
tsrnUL-ing and shoes, position as
jalnruan; lit references Address
W, UulUttn. 3277-lw
TiOVSS On Vineyard St,
U003E O Beach at Walklkl.
OTTICIS In Walty Ilulldlng.
TTATJBUOCaES On Queen Street.
Hcn Is all rarts of the City.
1)I3!!0I & CO.,
Turnlahcd room, good lo allty. suitable
Xor houtekeritlnK or 2 gentlemen. At
7M Heretanla St. 3270-lw
fctftaires la Cnrlttly Lane. Apply
"Wotx Kiril, Smith St., mauka Hotel
Cnotpeit, coolest furnished rooms In
rity. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
tarnly t nnlLed mosquito proof rooms,
Ai S4 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
COralsbs-d roorao at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. MeConnell. Vita
On Itsplrt Transit car between Wal-,
tfU Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha!
Ttapl ft. Kinder return to this
rtllte for reward. 3271 If
9'emale white fox terrier, long tall. Itc-J
torn D. II. Kelllaa, Kort St. opp, old'
Kc.Tnol School. 3273-2W
0or $65 White
r marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand S feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
-with ralstd letters. Endorsed
by "Tht Scientific American"
as mots-proof and strictly
Sale Agent for Islands. Box 184.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
flUEEN ST. opp. INT.-I6L. WHARF.
Hill give you the bett price possible
for bottles and all kinds of Old Metal.
He can also furnish Monuments, Iron
Fencing far Private Grounds and Cem
etery Plots. Cement and Stone Cop
ing Furnished and Laid. P. O. box 152.
A Postal Brings An Answer
The WUy Edition of the Evening
BaflrUa Kites a complete summary of
the Dtrx of thn dav
.Hawaiian Oallattlng Company.
Rest black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to instance hauled. Corn!
rocks for stable, roads and Bldo
wallui; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St ; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 39C.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
mUbts employees. 020 King St,
T. Hiyathl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Dcrctanla St.
For fiouso-help, phone White 2891, Ma
kiM. Gencrnl Employment Office,
tr. Fcssacola and Deretanla.
arnbrefTat rtoalred and brass polish
Ice. Tolftta, 1284 Fort St.
'Bixnlt Twoka of all sorts, ledgers,
ic, Buranfactnred by the Dalletln Pub
Brtrng Coropsuiy. ,
.Fine Job Printing at The Dulletln
Deof cattle for salo at Ka-
m hukti llanch. Kau. Ha
The finest assortment, (In the Islands;
of smokers' articles, Imported from
England; Including a largo stock of
three 11 goods In fancy cases. Also
nil the leading brands of Clear ll.i-
vana and Domestic cigars and Egyp
tian and Turkish cigarettes at the
lowest prices. Ladles or others do
string to make Holiday gifts to smok
ers, are Invited to call and Inspect
the stock before buying elsewhere,
Myrtle Cigar Store, Fort Street
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address 1L F, this office.
Second-band Smith Premier typewrit
er. In good condition. Inquire Sing
ur Sewing Machine Store, Alakca St,
tn quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
ono to two years old. Apply II. O.,
Box 4", Llbuo. Kauai. 32GG-lm
Chenp Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address It. S. K.. Dullctln.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8
777 KINO ST. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Headquarters for automobiles with
splendidly equipped fireproof garage,
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd
i uivrn.nATK mtncpn?
j. m.. levy & CO.
PHONE MAIN II9
TAKE YOUR CLOTHE3 TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed,
FORT :: STREET.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
tc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub-
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano wnrerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly uttendod to.
8ee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Grill.
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nuu
nnu betw. Merchant and King Sts.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
pnlntlng. AH work guaranteed.
Enos II roe. Union above Ilotol SL
ror nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Hbnn. mi Fort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry ana merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn 3r Ilotol and Union,
lrLJt'iJm I '10WIHIII.WT
In February the University Cinb
ngnln open Its hospitable- doors and
welcome their friends the entertain-
welcome tncir iricnu. me tnicriam
meiit this time will be, so I am old a
ball, which may become nn annua at-,
i" LL71 " iW'l'fn"1, "lW?ei' r r
Th.llrPctoraareIwstlrTnittliensilvcs l"" ,r .., , ""I"""" "' mother of n little son. She Is at El
mo directors are uvsiinng inimnim ,.... .- nf f.i,,...!, ,.niiliin to tonciat- ...,. v- v...i. , .... ,..
to make the nffalr a brilliant success
and with so many agreeable men In
the club that would seem n foregone
onclusloti. The Club Is mutt artis
tically located and presents n veiy
pleasing front. That the University
men know how to entertain we are nil
aware for the memory of the "at home"
given by them In honor of Mr. Illtih
cock's pictures, has lingered long In
the minds of all.
An effort Is being made to get Mine.
Emma Calve and her nsslstlng artists
out here. Including a tenor, a baritone,
n pianist, a vlollnest and a flutist. She
will have to ge guaranteed JT-.W" ami
several prominent cltliens have been JIr T Moran. the celebrated land
asked to contribute $5Ul) a piece for this .,, ,)aIllcri wltll ns wlfe an,i daugh
purpose. Two Calve concerts would er CXI,cct ,0 v,lt thc I(nml ln a ,cW
certainly be delightful, but whether monillgi Mri Moran was induced to
our prominent citizena wouui come io
put their hands In their pockets to the
tuno ot so many dollars is a tiuesiiou.
It would all depend upon their ear for
muskone might Inquire.
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A charming lit le dinner was given
uy i;r. nnu .Mrs. iiumpnri. ui uie i.-
ana hotel on Sundny evening In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. It. Marpolo of Van
couver. I'lnk carnations and maiden
hair formed the centerpiece Among
he guess were. Mr. and Mrs. A. (I.
nvx;s Miss Kathcrlne Cartwrlght and
Mr. and Mrs. It. Marpolc, who have
been guests at tho Monna hotel for the
past month, nailed for San Francisco
this week. They bnve been grently en
tertained by the Alexander Youngs, tho
A. M. Drowns and tho Humphrls, Their
prlvato car, which Is awaiting them In ,
San Francisco, will carry them to Van-'
... i inin tiiii-uuj ciiuut.il iij raiinij i:iv uill-
Mr. and Mr. Raymond de U. l.ayard,,,lllon of Bny nwly 8w lrl
were tho host and hostess of a delight-1 , ,, , , ..,"., , .,
ful dinner on Monday evening In honor Tllp Ewa la!lal ?f the, Hawaiian hotel
nf tin in-bitn..inn in.. iwi,iini,,n prcfcnted n pleasing picture on Thurs-
unil Miss Hargrcavc's, who bnve lately
rplnrtiPil frnm n Inn vpuru' via n In.'1'"""" h-'- "' iiuiiuni llllliri lilvil.
dla. The table was beautifully decor-1 A canopy of pepper vine nnd bougnln
atcd with roses, nnd the other dinner !.v'll,n over the table vvat most effee
guests were Dr. nnd Mrs. F. II. Hum- llmo- nml tlle !:0',e f maidenhair nnd
phrls. Judge and Mrs. Stanley, Miss
Margaret Hlgford, Dr. Edward Arm
ltage, Captain Sagclay, M. J. Cockburn
and Mr. Shellleld Grace. After dlnnc
tho guests played bridge. The l'ock-
llngtons nnd Miss Murgrcavcs have
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to return next Tuesday. .Mrs. I.uyurd
also gav- ii Informal tea for them on
Siiuilny afternoon at which about ten
it i, i,
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. N. Pnton were or-
rlvnlu nn tho Mnntin Tliov nrn utntk.
ping at the Moan a hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Harper from
Hock Island, III., arc guests nt tho
Miss Ella Wight has gone to Knlluu
for a few weeks.
On Sunday afternoon Mr. nnd Mrs.
A, M. llrown gave a bathing nnd ca
noeing party for Mr. and Mrs. Marpole.
During tho afternoon Mr. Hobert At
kinson met with a ecvero accident
which confined him to his homo for a
few days. He Is out and rapidly recov
ering from what might havo been a
The Alumni members of thc Sigma of San Francisco had uttered a wish
Alpha Epsllon fraternity gavo a very .that they should be nble to see a Un
agreeable dinner In the private dining vallan llla" before they left the- la
room of iliu Hnwulaii hotel on Satin- InndH, they set to work nnd arranged
day evening Inst. Tho fraternity col-,
ors were well displayed In the decoru-
tions of the table for tho purpiifo nnd
goiu made a bravo showing. Purple, mo music cnarming. Alter the Ha
gauzo niOiit urtlntlcully decorated tho , wallun feast wns over. Mrs. Palmer hnd
table nnd on this were sprayed yellow i
lorcopkis In great profusion. Incnn-
descent lights softly shaded In yellow
added to tho charming effect. On both'
Bidet! of the room wns a drapery of
purplo gauze, the (lieck letters of the
fraternity being brilliantly outlined In
Illma lols. Hand painted place cards
in purple ami gold with an appropriate
skull In tho center were made quite a
Hit. Tliese were the work of Mr. Mill
more. Tho decorations were personal
ly attended to by Mrs. IS, M. lloyd and
showod her artistic handiwork. The
evening was very pleasantly passed In
reminiscences of college days. Among
vnoBo present were Messrs. II. K. lJalrd.i0" tne om waiKlKl road,
J. II, Howland, S. K. Fulmore, A. U.
Hnwes, Jr., and Dr. II. II, James.
Mrs. Ilasll Combo has cards out for
nn "at homo" next Tuesday from 1 uu
Tho carnival on Washington's birth
day Is being much anticipated and there
will bo many new features Introduced
which will he of great Interest to the
tourist. The horseback riders will
wear tho plcturcsuuo pa-u. Many
young women are having most gor
geous ones nmdo especially for tho
Captain and Mrs. William OIhsou
gave a delightful dinner at their rest-
denco on Vineyard Btrcct on Monday
evening In i honor of Captain Evans, of ,
t10. unrl Olympic who cclebra.cd his
t y.sccoml u rthday. The many ,
f f Jd fa , him beau-!
,, ftg nn(,hc k e,lt ,, nouie llur.j
'?. t" "". ""rl" tho evening the
: ;-, - -" : ".
ulate him. Captnln Kvnns Is very pop-,
ular and one of the bett known amonj
Captain Saycc, of the Hawaiian An-
ticx, gnvc a small Informal bridge party
on Thursday evening.
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...rn. AUK'". "i " ' s. -"
a "Mothers' luncheon on Wednesday.
A most delightful nfternoon was
Mr. V. O. Smith tailed on the Sierra
for the Coast. He will proceed direct
ly to Washington.
rome out llcro 1)y Mr Charles Cooke,
w10 n0W8 i,In wcj.
Am tho (nnc of th(1 wfck wa,
jn clnrmng one evcn uy tle Ucv. Jonn
Usborne and Mrs. Usborne at the Uec-
t on Tllcg(lay ovcntng. Ten COVCr
cnclr(.Ic(1 ,ho round taulei whlch wail
nr,i.,7,.ii i,,.i..,i ,i,i, n,..r. ,..i
artistically bedecked wltb flowers and
maidenhair ferns. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Francis swanzy, Mr. and Mrs.
cvo Uavl Captan aml jri!. A1jcrt
Nluac)c Mr.'ani, Mr8, Uaymond de U.
,,, Mgg j,arBarc, ul.foril all(,
Dr. Edward Armltage. After dinner
tho guests played bridge.
Miss Tilly Neumann Is the guest of
thc Hazcns at the Peninsula for two
weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hazens expect to
spend a month at their delightful villa.
Miss Alice Jones Is conttantly receiv
ing engagement cups and plates. She
I ,,n' ovcnlnu. feu- the .Merchants' Asso-
luuue u iiieusint; iicsigu uu
the table. Silver candlesticks, Kiflly
shaded, made an attractive light and
the lanal was lighted by red, white and
blue electric lights. Informal spccdics
and toasts formed one of the featuio
'of tho delicious dinner, which was per-
fi1'11' f "''' T1,R' Ulnnjr.fn,,cd nbo,'t
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st souvenirs of thc Association. Uotli
ijianngcr news nnu it ,vi. noyii per-
sonally supcrlntendeil the nffnlr, which
rollofte.l greul credit upon the manage-
Mrs. (Icorge Dnvles has cards out for
a dance on the lSth. Mr. and Mr.
Davles expect to go to England via the
Orient In March.
Mr. C. F. Eckart ot the Experiment
Station, who Is now In California with
Mrs. Eckart enjoying a much needed
vacation, has received the degree of
Master of Science from tho University
ti tt a
I.lhiie, Kauai, Jan. 8. The expres
sion of a wish Is the sign for Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Palmer to do their utmost
to see that (heir guests have their
desires gratified. Thereforo when
they heard that Mr. and Mrs. Youn
ono for their benefit. In spite of the
bliort notice the affair was a great suc
". tho various dlshe? excellent nnd
the dining room cleared and soon tho
guests were Homing on wnves of iiiukIi
In tho well-regulated fashion of tho
mainland. Participating In the Im-
provlscd feast were Mr. and Mrs. A.
I Young, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Hlce. Mr.
and Mrs. J. 11. Coney. Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
' HoLertson, Miss Juliet Qnlnn, Mlas
1.01110 Jordan, .Mr .Marston Campbell,
Mr. A. Oartlcy. Mr. E. P. Chnnln. Mr,
J. I). Wlllard, Mr, O. Omsted and host
Illshop and Mrs. Hamilton, the Misses
Hamilton and MIbs Uartels are guests
nt Mrs. MacDonald's attractive place
Miss Shea and her mother are at tbo
Mrs. Walter Weedon returned on
the bark Curtis on Sunday. Mr. Weed
on met with a severe accident while
riding out to see the arrival of the Cur-
lis. He Is rapidly recovering.
Tho Impressive services on Sunday
conducted at Kawalnhao church over
tho remains of the late W. N. Arm
strong, Esq.. will linger long In the
memory of his friends and relatives. It
wus a beautiful memorial.
Mr. Hertsche, the popular manager
of the Moana hotel, gave a dinner on
Monday evening In honor of Mr. Orny
of the Young, Messrs. Hows and lloyd
of the Hawaiian, St. Clair llldgood of
Halelwa, and Mr. F. C. Smith.
Miss Tracy p.avc a delightful bath
ing party at Mrs. Mac-Donald's on Mon
day evening. It wns a perfect moon
light night and the guests thoroughly
enjoyed the hospitality of Miss Tiucy.
Mrs. MncDonnld Is making a success of
fie Lowers place, which she took over
tome time ago. Tli'e lanals and bath
houses arc very desirable and the beau
tifully kept grounds are a pleasure to
On Monday evening Jtr. and Mrs,
It. Mnrpolo entertained nt dinner nt
the Monna hotel. Among the guests
were Mr. and Mrs. A. M. llrown, Mr.
Ualrd and Mr. A. M, Hums.
The private dining room of the Ha
waiian hotel was the scene on Monday
i. ruing of a dinner given by Mr, S. I
IVVitlrr t linnns nf ftllaa Vanm A t nil et
H10 Among the other guests were
Mrg u K Kcntwell, Miss Edna Akau
nn(, Mr Gcorgc Kcntwe. Tllc Knwnl.
i..,. jtinlor Club furnished Hip excel
f t n,rnl8,lc'1 tno Mct!
Mr9. . ,.. v ,,, 1)C(.omc tllt
iitii.i, .e iuii uilil lilt- llllii, ncB
ttas a,moum.0j t)y cab0 t0 Mri Vau
jjne on .Monday,
if -k -k
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Lowls were tho re-
..(pip,,,,, of a surprlso party In honor
thclr E0Ili nellryi 0I, Momlay nftcr.
noon, nl t10r residence on Lunalllo
street. A Jolly afternoon, was spent
and a delicious repast enjoyed.
l.lhue. Kauai, Jan. 8. New Ycnr's
eve saw ono ot tho most charming en
tertainments that hnvo taken place In
this district for years. Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. P. Faye had Invited a number of
friends to take tho last meal in 1905 In
their company, and It goes without say
ing that none missed thc opportunity
to enjoy such well known hospitality.
Present were Mr and Mrs. Lindsay, Dr.
and Mrs. Sandow, Mr. and Mrs. Arendt,
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Omsted, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mahlum, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen, Mlos
E. Faye, Miss Abbott. Mr. Illtnc, Mr.
Ilrodle, Mr. Oerner, Mr. Kutz, Mr. Fries
nnd host and hostess.
Dr. II. II. James and Mrs. James wcro
passengers on thc Sierra for San
Dr. Homer Illngham nml his daugh
ter, Mrs. Putnam, who arc guests nt
the Alexander Young, are delighted
with Honolulu. They say thc climate
Ik thc best they have ever encountered
and they hnvo been great travelers.
Mr. and Mrs. (lerrlt Wilder, who al
ways entertain so delightfully at their
beautiful bungalow on Hastings street,
gave a dinner on Wednesday evening
tor Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Suauzy. Among
the other guests wcro Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Mncfnrlane, Mr, nnd Mrs. Ueorge
Davics, Mr. and Mrs. Hlchard Ivers,
Miss Nelson Whlto und Mr. Wnltcr Dil
lingham. The tablo looked cool nnd
Inviting with Its decorations of green
New York, Dec. 27. Hubert Vos,
the portrait painter, who bus Just re
turned from China, where ho went at
the summons nf thc empress dowager,
to palm her portrait, has not only re
ceived $100,000 for the masterly pnlnt
lng, but was also made a knight com
mander of tho Double Dragon and a
mandarin of tho empire of tho second
class. Ho wns nlso nppotnted roval
painter of the Chinese court nnd, as
a special mnrk of favor was given per
mission to paint for himself a picture
of her majesty, which she had framed
for him. While painting tho picture
of the empress dowager hlio had hung
In front of his studio In Peking twelve
beautiful Chinese lanterns, on one side
uf which wus written tho artist's name,
on tno otlier The ureat Painter Irom
the East, Who Has Come to Point tho
Empress Dowager's Portrait." The In-
kcrlptlous were In Chinese characters.
The lanterns wero presented to tho
Mrs. Harry Couzeus entertained most
charmingly at a "Kaffeo Klatch" ou
Friday afternoon. The three tables at
which the guests wero seated wero dec
orated Willi hnud-palnted china to
match the place cards nnd (lowers. Mrs.
Couzens presided nt the green, white
and gold tnblo, and tho place. card3
were daintily painted In those colors.
cMrs. Charles Wight's tablo was the pea
cock feather ono nnd tho China and
place cards were ornamented with this
device. Ilranches of the red pepper
plnnt gave a brilliant touch to tho
third tablo nnd tho china glnss nnd
plnco cards were exquisitely decorated. I
The guests passed n delightful hour
discussing the delicious refreshments, I
Afterward they wcro conducted by tho
hostess to n huge pie made, of tlasue
paper, souvenirs of tho afternoon be
ing attached to gayly colored ribbons,
which wero pulled simultaneously, (ho
result being some charming hit of the
hostess handiwork. Mr, Couzeus has
made her homo artistic In every re
spect, nnd It Is to bo regretted that the
place has been told, for Mr. and Mrs.
Couzens are looking for another resi
dence and expect to leavo ahuiii Feb
ruary 1st, Miss Margaret Waterhouso
assisted In receiving for Mrs. Couzens.
Among thoso present were Princess Ka
wananakoa, Mrs. George Carter, Mrs.
J. O. Carter, Mrs. It. Chamberlain, Mrs.
Waterhouso (2), Mrs. von Holt, Mrs.
Thayer, Mrs. Day, Mrs. Mallng, Mia.
McCundless, Mrs. Kenton, Mrs. Bishop,
Mrs. Hannebcrg, Mrs. E. M. Doyd, Mrs.
Dowsett, Mrs. II. A. Jordan. Mrb,
Cooke, Mrs. Macfarlane, Mrs. llrown,
Mrs. 1 1 awes and Miss Robertson.
Major and Mrs. Fuller entertained
the Junior Navy Drldgo Club on Thura-
Mrs, Frcar, the wife of Judge Frear,
gavo a pretty luncheon on Wednesday
In honor of Mrs, Augustus Knudscn
nnd Mrs, Erie Knudsen. Tho round
tablo wns artistically decorated with
the red leaves of a (lowering shrub.
Among thoso present besides tho cuests
of honor wero Mrs. Oeorgo Carter, Mrs.
uaymonu ue u. myard, Mrs, Francis
Por eating, drinking, nnd cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
RiaiiTiniD u. . P4T. omos
DreiWut Cocot, I 2 lb. tin
Dtkn't Chocolite(uniwMtcndj, 12 Ib.olei
Cermtn Swtet Qiocolite, 1.4 lb, clei
Por Sale by Loading Grocers
WALTER BAKER & GO. Lid
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
45 HIGHEST AWARDS IN LUROPE
I Gay, Mrs, Ilcniy Lyon, Miss Nellto
White and Miss Helen Kimball.
Tho tally-ho nnd riding party partic
ipated in by several guests at tho Mo
nna hotel was much enjoyed. Tantalus
wns the objectlvo point and tho lunch
was served at tho Camphcll-Pnrkcr
bungalow. In the tally-ho wcro Mr. and
Mrs. Omstead, Mr, and Mrs. Long, Miss
Long, Mrs. Webb, Miss Shea, Lieut, lip
id y and Mr. Gelbcl. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Church, Mrs. Humphreys nnd Judge
Klnsbury drove In a surrey, nnd the
riders were Mr. nnd MrH. Chnplnly,
Mrs. liiKiMham, Miss Wood and Mr,
Jeffrey. The beautiful drive was thor
oughly appreciated by the visiting
ttrnnger". and they returned to thc Mo
ana tired, but enthusiastic.
Congressman and Mrs. Hepburn nnd
Col. A. U. Hnves wcro among the
Christmas dinner guests ot Mr. and
Mrs. Hatch tu Washington.
Prince and Prlureis Knwnnanakoa
and the Campbell-Parkers are spending
a mouth at their Diamond Head resi
dence. Tho many friends of Mrs. Edward
Tommy are rejoicing to hear of her
Improvement In health.
Mr. and Mrs, Twlch are guests at tin
Alexander Young hotel.
Mrs. F. A. Schaefcr gnvo a tea on
Friday In honor of Mrs, W. Pfotenhnu
cr, who leaves on tho Mongolia for the
coast. Thc tablo was prettily decorat
td with pink carnations und at eaih
placo was a ccrsago of pink carnation
tied with pink ribbon. Among those
present besides the guest of honor,
were Mrs. Day, Mrs. II, Focko, Mia
ricorge Rodelk, Mrs. Henry I.yon, Mrs.
E. F. Illnbop, .Mrs. F. Klamp. .Mrs. du
I hoi. Mrs. it. ue li. J.ayard, Miss nrau,
l MIhb Sihaefer poured tea and coffee, ns
lted by Miss a. Neumann nnd .Mist
I Elsa S haefer.
i .virs. waiter iiounian gnve a ciinrm
i ,,., . i ,., .. ,,,ii...
ih tea m ncr lesiuencu uu luiu
titreet on Friday.
A congenial llttlo party ot friends,
consisting ot Mrs. Itobson, Mrs, Mai
tomb Henry, Miss Florence Ives, Mis
Heleno Itobson, Mr. Clcro of Los An
gcles and Colonel Jocelyn, U. S. A.,
who nave been spending tho Christmas
holidays at Paso Iloblcs, returned la
the city on Tuesday evening, after a
very delightful trip. Mrs. Henry waa
the guest ot Daron and Uaroncss von
Schroeder also, at their ranch In Sau
Lulu Obispo county, for a day or two
during her ubst-nce. Chronicle.
Mls1 Mania Warren entertained very
informally on Christmas ovenlng nt
her home on California etroet, among
tnose present being Miss Mary Mar
liner, Miss Katherina Strlcklcr, MIsj
Iliicliol Wunen, Frnnk Torney. Edward
Torney, Charles Warren nnd Lieut
Allen, U. S. N.
Miss Ellznlth Asho will lenvo todny
for Now York, and will sail from there
January Pth for Naples. Sho will Join
her sister. Mrj. Harold Bewail, In Eu
rope, and will travel on tho Continent
and In England for about six months
A dollgbtful surprlso party was glv
en Mr. and Mm. M. II. Webb on Thurs
day afternoon at their residence on
Annpunl street. Among tho guests
wero Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Fcnnoll, Mr
nnd Mrs. Sllllman, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam
Johnson. Misses Lucy Lloyd, Athnlle
1-ovoy, Mary Crowes, Nellie Mcl-can,
Uernlco Dwlght, Messrs, J H. Howland,
Joseph Ale, I), H. Clark, J II. Clark,
H. F. Howland. S. F. Chllllngworth, J.
Ycnhulzen. James Crews, J. Allen nnd
Georgo Desha, Jr.
Tllf. Q Q t)naAAMA- I.....I
... . .,. (vuoutiuim urrixiii iiuuii
Monterey tills tnnmlnc wilt, tl.n aMi, '
Marlon Chllcott In tow. Eleven day
wero required In making the trip. No
vcssols were sighted. Tho two nro dis
charging oil at the railroad wharf nnd
expect to sail Monday for the Coast,
The Icoiecrnns brought. 22,000 barrel
of oil and the Chllcott 17,000 barrels.
Tho bark Emily Whltnoy, loading
sugar at Makawoll, has aboard 11,000
(Continued from Paae 3.)
with tho latter institution was lost.
Tho school participated in tho track
events and relay races held at Phila
delphia, with credit. It was thero
that Frank Mcl'leasant, the wonderful
I quarter back of this year's Indian foot
ball eleven, made a running broad
Jump of 23 feet 9 Inches, to the dls
comflturo of all concerned,
! Everybody Is familiar with the clean
record made by the redskins In foot
ball and the local management feels
glad that thc example offered to tho
, football players of tho country by their
rcdsklnncd charges, was something for
.them to bo proud of, Tho Indiana
who play football, during tho prcllml
'nary stages of their training work, and
lor four or flvo weeks after they aro
placed at tho training table, suffer
greatly from bolls, which aro In somo
cases numerous and extremely painful.
The school physician this year. Dr.
Shoemaker, has been ablo to relievo
I tho pigskin chasers from any serious
I handicaps this year from these, afflic
Tho greatest slugging feat In tho
history of tho game was that of Ed.
Delchanty, off Adonis Terry, on tho
west side, grounds tn Chicago. Tho feat
Is historic, but there nro so many In
quiries concerning It that It'ls worth
wlcjlo giving tho fncts.
It was a gamo between Philadelphia
and Chicago ono afternoon In 1836.
Terry was pitching In rare form and,
In the language of tho gamo, ho "had
everything." Tho first time up Dele
lianty crnckod tho ball high over tho
right field fence, not far inside tho
foul line perhaps nbout forty feet.
The second tlmo up he drovo a liner
over short. Dahlcn got his hands on
tuc ball, but It toro through tbcm and
rolled clear out to left field. Tho third
tlmo up he lifted tho ball over tho
right field fenco again, this tlmo far
down In right center. The next tlmo
he drovo tho ball out to tho club
houses In center for his third homo
run. In tho ninth Inning he enmo up
again, I.ango played back between
the two club houses and thc other
outfielders retreated to the fences. De
lchanty hit tho ball straight to center.
It struck the top of ono club house,
bounded to the top of the other, nnd
rolled back up the field, and tho big
fellow mado tho circuit .gain.
Yet Philadelphia got only eight hits
off Terry In tho game, counting Dcl's
five, and was beaten eight to six.
:: u tt v
JUMP ON HTZ
Hobert Fltzslmmons, the onco great
lighting machine, Is now a wanderer
on thc face of tho earth. It would bo
folly to wish the ossified frankfurter
a happy Now Year.
In tho first place, tho recent tragedy
enncted at Mechanics' Pavilion, In
which Fltz and O'llrlcn woro tho prin
cipal nctors, followed so closely by
the get-away epilogue In which Mrs,
Fltz had tho principal speaking part,
havo been the projectiles that havo
knocked Fltz off the lofty pinnacle of
fame into the pile ot pugilistic debris
that has been accumulating ever slnco
I Cnln put Abel down for tho full count.
And, to make the old man's exit as
jfcpectncular as possible everybody Is
taking ono last fall out of him as ha
j gradually disappears from ,vlcw.
Mention Fltz to ono ot his favorite,
admirers, and you will havo to call for
a suit of wallop pross armor. They will
tell you that they always bad a hunch
that the freckled one was a tenth-rater.
Tho columns of tho newspapers
Jwhcro onco appeared a conglomeration
of glowing tributes to tho Cornish
man's undeniable ability, are now fill
ed with cholco bits ot literary gems
about old speckled broad-shouldered
actor, who Is now scanning tho horizon
lor a meal ticket. All his marvelous
feats In tho ring are left unchronlclcd.
And tho cartoonist! Well, ho will
swear off and will not havo tho pleas
ure of handing It to tho old gent who
has been tho Inspiration for many a
Mrs. Fltz' lawyers are getting busy
with their legal buzz-saw and Mr. Fltz
Is constantly In hot water.
WILL EFFECT OTHER TRADE.
Shipping men nro greatly Interested
In tho contract which has recently
been entered Into by tho Amcrlcnn-Hn.
wnllan Steamship Company with tho
.Tohuantcpec Itnllroad to carry sugar
j from this city to New York In twenty
eight days, says tho San Francisco Hul
I Tho contract was mado bo that tho
tarrying of sugar by this routo would
.commence during the present year and
Ins three months havo nlrcady passed
thcru is considerable speculation when
tho contract will go Into effect.
This contract will have considerable
effect on tho sea going trade to Now
York from this coast and from Now
York to San Francisco,
Per atmr. Klnau, flora Hllo and way
ports, Jan, 13. Lady Lawson, W. C. II.
Cave, Owen Iladdeley, A. W. Parkyns,
T. J. King, Miss Ivy Illchardson, Geo.
J, Illchardson, C. Elschnor, A. II.
Loebenstcln, Mrs. Davis Uuthcrforci,
Mrs. II. It. Martin and child, S. Pel
ser, Mrs. Win. Weight, Miss Yoshl
Nomura, Mrs. W, Fcrnandcs and child
Miss Q, Fernandos, Mrs. W. Conradt,
a, W. Walker, A. II. Fair, Geo. H.
Hobertson, Dr. V. II. Scboenlng, E. M.
Thompson, Oeorgo I.ycurgus, K, Aokl,
lames Guild, Mrs, II. II. ltenton, Jas.
Harrington, H. F. Wehsolan, Dr. V.
A. Norgaard, E. P, Low, Capt, John
Itoss, F. J, Cross, A, D, Lindsay, A,
Nakamura, Mrs. Hind, Miss Hind, I),
11. Case, Mrs, D, II. Case, Miss A. Caso,
Miss J, Hansen, Ucv, Aral Keayu, J.
I). Tucker, E. C, Urown.