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' EVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T JL. SATURDAY. JAN. 20, 1900.
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SPECIAL ISOTICI3. ,
IIOUBE On Vineyard St.
HOUSE On Bench at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Watty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street,
and Unimproved Proper-
Houses In all rnrts of the City.
BISHOP & CO,
112 story rrll nee 1213 Mntloih nte.
1 bdr, clec wire, one lilnik from 2
car lines good lorallt , J20 p tn.
P. i: It 8trauih. Waltv llldg "I 3
Rooms, furnished and unfurnished;
light hoiiickceplng allowed, special
rates tor board and lodging. Hotel
Lauhala, opp Y M. C A.
Furnlshod room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen Al
783 Ileretanla St 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KtrrJ, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city, Helen's Court, Adams lano.
T-Iy furnished mosquito proof rooms
At 84 Vineyard St, 72 tf
Garnished rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs. McConnoll. 2S03
On Rapid Transit enr between Wal
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office for reward 3271 tf
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Hawaiian Dallasting Company,
Best black sand from S2 to $3 a load
according to dlstnucc hauled Coral
rocks for stable roads and side
walks, (lrcwood Third door below
King, Maunaltea St , I O box S20.
Telephone Main 30G
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Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes, repairs blcjcleg and fur
nishes employees, 520 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed 537 Ileretanla St.
For house-help, phone White 2391, Ma
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PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON.
EDWARD ARMITAQE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURQEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TOM1
A. M.J 3 TO 5 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
INO; SUNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERDY, D. D. Q.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D.
777 KING ST TEL.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Mrs. Hodgson. Tocher of Piano, or-
gnn nutohnrp and singing. Over 20
yenra experience In England, Now
zcaiand ana HJl quick progress
with thorough training. Well mark
ed time, correct fingering nnd sym
pathetic expression, carefully taught.
Resldenco with Mrs. Ganzel, corner
Fort and Vineyard streets.
Mr. Jas Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has movod to tho piano wnrerootn.
of I.. H. Thajcr & Co, 158 Hotel St.
npposlto Young Hotel. All order
for tuning promptly attended to.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear union drill.
Co and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nun-
ami bctw Merchant and King Sts.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting All work guaranteed
linos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St
or nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Fort BL
The beautiful residence of Mr nnd
Mrs. V J 1-owrcy wns thrown open
lo the public on Tuesday evening, tho
entertainment being n concert In nld
of the Ladles Society of Centrn! I'll
on Church It wns dietlncti) a social,
nrtlstlc and financial success
The music room, whore the conceit
wns given has a seating capacity of
150 nnd the acoustics nn- particularly
good Iho concert was thoioughly cm-
jo).ible and the following artists par
i. lain Mrs c 11. uooticr. .Mrs.
W I.. Whitney, Miss Wertlimiicllcr,
Mrs Tenncy l'eck Mr Arthur Wall
iHslrtoil b) Mrs Otis, Miss A. Judd,
Miss C Hall. Ml C Hall, Miss l.lsli-
tnan nnd Miss llvlngton, Messrs.
Uuch. Marx. Mold and l)r Ramus
were the string nuartet nnd Mr F.d
iniinds of i:a gave n solo nnd nUo
sane n duct with Mr Matchers Thn
(oncort lusted otilv nn hour nnd each
number was excellent.
Tin- Chronlclo has the following par
agraph about n singer well known to
Jcrslc Maclachlan, svv pet v oleed
Senttlsh singer, and John Mcl.luden,
the talented Scottish 'cellist, made
their reappearnncc In San Francisco
Inst evening after a long nbsence,
pent In a triumphal tour of Austra
lasia The concert, given at the Na
tive Sons' Hall under the auspices of
CUn Frascr, No. 78, of the Order ot
Scottish Clans, wns n delightful one,
nnd will be followed with a second to
morrow evening. With the "March!
March' March'" of "Illuo Bonnets,
nnd "Impudent Barney O'ilca," a de
lightful bit rendered ns nn encore to
Ivlllnrncy," Miss Maclachlan com
pletely won the hearts of her auditors
Her other solectKns wero all redolent
3f tho Highlands, and all wero well
rendered. Mr McLlnden, with a mag
ulflcent Antonio Strndlvarltis 'cello of
tho vintage of 1725, presented to him
liy nn Australasian admirer, bore Im
portant nnd pleasing pnrt In tho enter
tnlnment. Tho accompanist was Rob
Among the dinners of last week was
-. most agreeable one given by Captain
and Mrs Henry Loti. Among tho
gu8ta were Lieut, nnd Mrs. Ctishmnn,
Captain nnd Mrs. Graham and Mr. and
Mrs Rnnnlo Scott.
Mr Sheffield Grace, who has been a
guest at the Hawaiian Hotel for tho
pnkt three monUis, sailed for I IIlo on
Tuesday for n short visit with hit
i rothor. l)r Grace, whose engagement
to Miss Greenfield has Just been an
nounced. Mr. Grace expects to return
o Honolulu In a few weeks.
A delightful little tea wns given nt
tlit Monnn Hotel on Sunday afternoon
by Captain Snco for Captain nnd Mrs
Stuart and Miss Mnddern, who nro
siwndliiR tho winter In Honolulu. Cap
aln mid Mrs Httiart nro from Perth
shire Scotland. Among thu guests
nore Major nnd Mrs. Hiller, Ur nnd
Mrs V II llumphrls, Mr nnd Mrs.
Ilavvos and I)r IMvvard Amltnge Ten
nan served on the lanal.
Miss Glndys Graham will spend tho
school term in Honolulu, the guest of
the Dlckc)s on Nuunnii avenue.
Mrs. Clifford Wood nnd two children
aro expected In April. The Hcde-
manns, who havo been occupying the
Wood house, havo leased the Mtlnerny
placu at Walklkl for n year.
Mrs. Basil Combo of College street
was hostess of n charming tea on
Tuenlny afternoon. Tho delicious re
freshments wero served from little tn
hies on the lanal, and the guests much
admired tho rorlralt of tho beautiful
llttls daughter of tho hostess which
hos Just been painted by Mateo San
donn. It Is full length and tho little
ono looks as If alio would stop out
from tho framo, It Is so lifelike Af
ter ten iclolirltles" was plajeil, each
gitost submitting with good graco to
having thi nanip nf some famous per
son pinned upon her buck. Tho ques
linns, whjch wero nnswe-red b yes br
no, gnvo zi'st to tho performnnco mid
thu one who guessed tho greatest
number of names wng given n prlzo.
This wns won by Miss H. Cameron
nnd It proved to bo a lovely Bohemian
bon-bon dish In gold embossed flow
ers Tho booby prlzo w,ns given Miss
O'Mcnrn and It cortalnly consoled thu
reel lent, being a Japanese puzzle box
of carved wood Among those pres
ent wero Mrs. Ushorne, Mrs, F. II.
llumphrls, .Mrs. Stanley. Mrs. Langc,
Mrs. Nlblack, Mrs. I. C. Jones, .Mrs
Dlmond, Mrs. Hawes, Misses O'Meara,
Onys, Jones and Cameron,
On Sunday n Jolly limit was given
by Mr Charles R. Shaw In honor of
his birthday, at tho Harbottlo resi
dence. Among those present wero:
Mlbs Uremia Fowler, Miss Tess Whar
ton, MIbs Mabel Kinney, Miss Kvn
Kinney Miss Kealoha Hookano, Miss
Keikllanl Hookano. Miss Mnrla I'll-
koi, .miss i:sthcr Kanaie, miss Atinlo
aiuxmnan, .miss i.ouibo .Mossman, juiks ion um not turn out happy. After
Victoria Ahunn, Miss Annlo Aklna,'sp( ndlng a jear or two In the EnBt
Miss Mary I.cgros, Miss Lily Hussey, 'and In Kuropo, MrB, Bird return to San
Mrs Nellie Brown, Mrs, Christina jl'ruuclscci, where sho sued for a dl
Brown, Mrs Harry Stein, Mrs. Isaac voree a year ago Sho attactetl con
Hnrbottlo, Ms I.lzzlo Hookano, Frncst (dilorablo attention when tho directors
Wilkes, Charles l'laco, Henry Auor- of Mink Hopkins Institute refused
bach, Harry Far), Rupert Drum, Har- komo of her choicest paintings for
ty Stein, Charles K, Stlllman Jr., Al- their exhibition. Sho was highly in-
bert McDougall, Walter McDouiiall
Paul Jarret, Willie Stono, Fred Weed,
l.ull'i-r Evans, Jack Deshn, James Al
oy, Inane llarhottlc.
Tantalus Is nlnnjn a delightful place
for n picnic, nnd on Sunday notwtth
standing the- rain, a vcr) delightful plr
tile wb given by Mrs. do In Nux In
honor of Mrs. Rooney of San I'nn
tlsco. Lunch wns served nnd n jolly
and friendly time- spent discussing the
ilcilclnus Wands Among those pies
cnt wore Mrs Heavy, the guest of
honor. Mrs Ormand, Misses Marlon
Wright, Clrnro O'Brien, Eva Craig So
phlo do In Nux, Sallle Trcndwn) Mcs
srs. II. Giles, F i: linos, O. i: Winn
n it. n..i t ti -.. T II
j . linillJl, J. II i.ullK, '
O'llrlcn. I) II Itlntoul. O. Snrliic i:
Todd, J. MncSwanson, Masters Stan
ley w right nnd Bertie tie la Nux.
Ur nnd Mrs F. 11. Humpbrls gave
a illnner at tho Moana lintel on Sun
day evening In honor ol Mr, and Mrs
R. N. l'ntiin The table was charm
Ingly decorated with pink roses nnd
maiurnnnir rerns ami tin- place cams
with dainty bits of brlcahrac attach
ed were much admired Among the
other giie'sts wero Mr. and Mrs. C W.
C. Deorlng. Mrs; Edward Damon, Miss
O'Mcnrn, a sister of Mrs. Lew ton
Brain, lately arrived from India, Ex
Governor Clegliorn, Mr. John II Illlis
and Mr. MacKinnon.
Of much Interest to Honolulu Is tho
following paragraph about tho South
ard lloffmans, who are very well
known here. Mrs. Hoffman and her
daughter Alleo spent about n )ear
hero and young Hoffman was one of
the most popular young men In llono
The Southard lloffmans belong tn
tho old Southern aristocracy and to
the. best set In Snu Francisco socle t).
Mrs Ilolfmnn Is still n. beautiful wo
man, and her dignity and repose of
manner are- as unusual as she Is at
tractive. She Is a great favorite with
the dowagers, as well ns with general
noddy. Judge Hoffman was one of
Cnllfornla'H best-known Jurists. Tho
tamlly consists of three sons and two
daughters! The sons, Ogden, South
nrd nnd .lack, are nil great society
men, nnd popular bachelors. There
waH a tltuo when It was said no girl
rould be a success In society till she
had been "nulicd" by Southard Uoff
man, and hu Is a perfect dancer nnd
accomplished dirt. Ills brothers do
not enjoy quite! as great popularity as
Southard. May and Alice Hoffman
wero two ns beautiful girls as eer
made llielr bow to San Franciscan so
rlety Mny Hoffman was a superior
belle-, nnd was a favorite with old nud
jniiiig No cotillion could bo danced
lit the- Fortnightly or Oreenwaj s did
May Hoffman not have a hand In its
leailirKhlp She was courted by the
men and adored by the girls Small
wonder then that nil society was
aghtist when she left to take n course
or training at Bellvvuc Hospital, New
York It was there that the tragedy
In her life began. Sho met the Rev
i rend Johnston, society man, chaplain
and Idol of tho New- York Fire De
partment, settlement worker, and
gooilnc-HS knows what else but mar
ried' He- and Miss Hoffman eloped,
and their sensational lllght to I'uropo
Is not yet forgotten. Some time later
his wife, a wealthy New York society
womuti, obtained a divorce, and ho
nnd his beautiful companion were mar-
iled. They nro now In New York,
when) hn is said to be d) lug of can
kMmptlon Alice Hoffman, the joungcr sister,
Ik n stunning athletic girl, who took
an active part In society until her sis
ter's uuhulft occutred Since then
tdio has lived In San Rafael or at Doll
linn, nt both r which places she has
mtriictlvci homes. The Hoffman girls
inch lecelvvd a fortune fioni ' old
Mr. nnd Mrs C. Hcdemnnn gavo a
niniiir on Sunday evening In honor of
,Mr. nnd Mrs A. Hnnncbcig. Mr, nnd
Mth u Rol and Mr. and Mrs. F.
Klamp Yellow cosmos In green Bo
liuinluii glasH bowls formed tho artis
tic tablo decoration,
On Monday night .Mr. and Mrs. Geo
Davies cntertnlned nt dinner for Ml
and Mrs. N I'aton, Miss O'Meara, Miss
A Ban Francisco paper has the fol
lowing about Mrs. May Mott Smith
'Mrs. Mny Mott-Smlth Bird, the
beautiful artist who became so very
quietly MrB, Cunningham last week. Is
n member of tho well-known Mott
Smlth family of Honolulu, nnd where
sho Is Intel ested In nn estate which
brings her a good little Income. Sho
and her sUtcrs are well known in Ha
waiian society. Mrs. May'H marriage
with tho distinguished looking Mr Bird
or Boston was quite an event, and
caused a great stir In the Island can-
ltal. In spite of tho fact that it was
consliiete-d u real love match, the tin
Tor cntlng, drinking, oncl cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
DreaVfut Cocoa, 1 .2 lb. tint
German Sweet Chocolate, 1.4 lb. calca
lor Sola by Lrmlinfc Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U. S. A.
15 IIIGMLST AW ADDS IN EUROPE
dlgnnnt for the declared that these
same pictures had been exhibited In
Paris and In other art centers. I)ur
ing her stay In San Francisco, Mrs,
Bird mado an enviable reputation fot
Iicriclf ns a designer of Jewelry."
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond de B. Lay
ard gave a delightful dinner on Tucs
day evening nt the Consulate. Among
those present were Governor nnd Mrs
Carter, Mr and Mrs. Georgo Davies,
Mrs. Pockllngton. Miss Violet Har-
neavcs, Miss Pockllngton, Miss
O'Meara, Miss Margaret Illgford, Mr
Bruce Cartw right. Count de Sousa Ca
navarro. and Mr. David Anderson At
ter dinner the guests were entertained
Messrs. A C. McClurg & Co, of Chi
cago, have In preparation for public n
tlon In tho spring n volume that should
be of especial Interest to people repl
dent in the Islands. The work Is en
titled "Hawaiian Yesterdajs," and Is
written by Dr Henry M I jmnn, n dls
tlugulshcd surgeon of Chicago, whoso
lather, David I). Lyman, was a well
Known missionary In the Islands In the
early thirties. The book Is a straight
forward account of what a boy saw ot
life here In these early days, and gives
much Interesting material about prom
Inent personages ho came in contact
with The book will be crown octavo In
sle, nnd will be profusely Illustrated
n ;: tt
One of the most "delightful dances
of tho season was given on Thursday
evening by Mrs. Georgo Davies nt 'Tho
Dingle." the charming residence of tho
)avios on Green street.
Myriads of electric lights brllllnntl)
Illuminated the grounds, outlining the
drlvcwn and lending nn enchanting
effect to tho scene liter thing was
done for the comfort of tho guests,
ivcn to tho enrpet which covered the
board-walk to tho house, and then ex
tended to the dancing pnvllllon which
bad been especially erected for the oc
cnslon. This was a most claborato nf
lair, the outside being artistically dec
orated with palm branches, while In
sldo flags of all nations made a most
brilliant background for tho beautiful
tortlltes, which wero much remarked
upon on Thursday evening. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Davies received their guests at
the entrance of tho patllllon. Tho Fi
lls Quintet Club furnished tho perfect
music, tho floor was good, mid tho
dancing began sharp at 9 o'clock. At
4 quarter to eloven tho lower end of
tho patllllon was thrown open, reveal
ing dozens of daintily arranged llttlo
tables at which the guests thoroughly
enjojed the delicious supper spread
before them. Another effect which
wnB as sudden us It was novel, gnvo
zest to the nffalr. for tho rnln do
eeended and tho wind blowing 40 miles
nn hour drovo tho guests to seek shel
ter In the house nnd gnvo them n wel
comed nppnrtiinltt of hearing tho tivn
tlous music of tho recent club Jlnku
which wns most loaiisticnlly rendered
by tho Dllllnghnms, Ocorge Davies and
Clifford Kimball, amidst wild cheers
nd much enthusiasm,
Btldgc was, of course, most popular,
tnd dancing continued after supper, In
eluding n set of lancers, until a late
The evening wns enjoyable, from bo
ginning to end nnd tho guestg bade
their adleux with much regret that all
good things must hate an ending.
The Davies expect to sail for Eng
ine! tin tho Orient In February,
Miss McGllvay was tho hostess of n
small Informal lunch at tho Aloxander
Young Hotel, Among thoso present
wero Mrs. Brock, Mrs, Mabel Wing
Cnatlo and MIbs Kathleen Cartwrlght.
Previous to the Davies danco on
Thursday evening, Mr, and Mrs. Rich
ard Ivors entertaining at dinner. Miss
es Nelllo White, Marlon Scott, Marlon
McGllvay, Margaret Castle, Messrs
Derby, Wright, Harold and Walter Dil
lingham were tho guests.
An enjoynblo lunch was given at tho
Aloxnnder Young Hotel on Frlda by
Mrs. Robert Graham. Tho eentcrplcco
or reu carnations and maidenhair In
an artistic basket with clematis sprnj-. would In Newport, A local society
cd about tho tablo, was much admired leader thought him ticketed for Napa
Tho hand painted placo cards depicting when he called around tho morning nf
Hawaiian bcenery was tho handiwork ter a function and gravely offered to
of Miss Gladys Graham, Among those'
present were Mrs. Henry Lyon, Mrs, 1
Oilman, Mrs J A. Oilman, Mrs. Ath-l
erton, Mrs F Klamp, Mrs. Slattery,
Mrs Thurston, Ms Rudolf Slattory,
Mrs Fitch, Mrs. Hawes and Miss Car-,
Mrs Shea was the hostess of n
lunch nt tho .Moana Hotel on Wednes
day Amonff tho euests worn Mm
Pockllngton, Miss O'Meara, Miss Vlo-!
let Hargrenves, Miss Pockllngton,
Mlsi French, Miss Shea, Archdeacon
IclltejB and Dr. Kdward Armltage,'
Tho news of Miss Lurllno 8preck
els' engagement creates Interest In the
smart sets of many largo cities where
the charming flancco Is an Important
member of society. The United
States may continue to claim Miss
Spreckels ns a citizen, as bIio has
plighted her troth to an American and
one of whom the nation may bo proud
by rcaton of his position nnd achieve
ments, spencer P. liddy, secretary of
1110 American Legation at Bt. peters
burg Miss Spreckels Is the daughter
of Mr nnd Mrs Augustus Spreckels,
and went with her mother to Paris
some months ago, where sho has been
.among tho favored of tho elite. Call,
Spencer F Eddy, who Is very vvoll
Known, is from Chicago, He was
'graduated from the Harvard class of
,D5 In 1897 was mado under secretary
ot Legation at St, James. In 1900 was
tllist se-crotarv of Legation nt Constnn
tionple and was charge d affaires when
Miss Stone was rescued from bandits.
He l now nt St. Petersburg nnd has
been charge d'affaires during all tho
late troubles, acquitting lilmBclf with
groat credit and distinction.
Dr Yost, U, S. N was a classmate
of Spencer liddy at Harvard College,
and Is a very Intimate friend.
Jilss Lucy Fern, n tery pretty girl.
and Mr Georgo Wright wero united In
tho holy bonds of matrimony on Mon
day evening at Mrs. Fern's house in
Kallhl. The bride wore an exquisite
white silk mullc nnd carried bride's
roses. A reception was held nt tho
bride's home nnd delicious refresh
ments were served. Miss Tcrlo Dick
son was bridesmaid. The Rev. Mr.
Parker performed tho ceremony. Tho
Jiappy couple are spending their lion
cyraoon In the mountains of Kallhl.
Tho "Mothers' " lunch given by Mrs.
Tenney Pock on Thursday In honor
of Mrs A IS. Locke, was a distinct
success The place cards twro en
scribed with the names of tho mothers
preiont. their daughters' names and
thelt plnces of residence In Inflnltcsl
mnl writing They wero of bamboo
and Hawaii painting made them sou
vonlrs of Interest to the guests
Thom present besides tho guest of
honor were Mrs S. T. Alexander. Mrs.
Margaret Marx. Mrs. Jos. A Richards,
Mrs Carahe, Mrs Robt. C. Ray, Mrs.
Jno. A Sinttcry. Mrs. .McNeill, Mrs.
Goo V. Kimball. Mrs. Lotilso Simp
son. Mrs. Alible S. Bo)d and Mrs. W.
Mr and Mrs. Trltch, who nre guests
nt tho Alexander Young Hotel, expect
to lour the world on tho return trip
if the Mongolia.
Among tho departures on tho Mon
golla were .Mrs. Pockllngton, Miss
Pockllngton, Miss Hnrgrcnvos, who
hnvo been globetrotting for thu past
two yeuri. en route for England; Mr
Owon Uaddelev nnd .Mr. W. C. B. Cone.
prominent Englishmen, who havo been
irat oiling in the orient; Dr. L .Ii. Co
lor, who goei to San Frnnclsco to
loin Mrs. Coier: Mr. O A. Perkins, n
.well known lallroad man, Mr, and
Mrs B F Dillingham, Miss Grnco
Power Mrs. W. Pfotenhauer, who will
visit In German), Mr nnd Mrs. D11
Rol. who will make an extended trip;
and Messrs. W O. Smith, Ii A. Me
Inerny. Mark P Robinson, George W.
Smith, J. R, Gait, A. B. Loebcnstcln
of Hllo and I). Case of Maul.
Mrs Wlchmau has been very III. It
Is expected that sho will bo taken to
Colorado In search of health at nn
Tho following officers havo been
elected for tho Free Kindergarten:
Mrs Ii, n. Waterhouso, president;
Mrs S B. Dole, tlco president; Mrs.
F. J. Lovtrey, second vice president;
Mrs. Theodore Richards, third vlco
president,. Miss Elizabeth M. Water
houso, recording secretary; Miss Map
garot Hopper and Mrs. W. F. Frear,
financial secretaries; Mrs. F. M, Swan
zy, treasurer; W L. Howard, auditor,
Di O'Neill has given up his posl
tlon with the Pacific Mall lino and ox
peets to go to Maul.
Mr. and Mis A Gordon havo taken
a house on Vine) mil street for a few
months. They nro tourists from Port
land, Ore. who nro so delighted with
Honolulu that they wish to see mote
Tho hall on February 2nd will bo nn
event The University Clubmen never
do things by halves and a good tlmo
Is an asstned fact -
The following about Addle Mlzner
Is of, Interest here:
Possibly the moat positive proof
that tho provincial spirit still exists
hero Is the "follow ottr lender" way
that tho game of society Is plajed.
People me nrrald to depart a quarter
of an huh from conventionality. Now
and then an original spirit liko Ethyl
Eager gives society a Jolt, but prank
ish people ato not encouraged horc, us
they are In Now York society, and
thej soon readjust themselves to tho
conventional attitude Even "Addle"
Mizner at limes acted liko other peo
ple when his address was San Fran
cIbco, but in New York ho Is trying to
outdo Hairy Lehr, and Is making head
way The San I mnclsco hostess did
not appreciate the v. It of co)ly dls
Ida) lug haro feet In patent leather
pumps and tho socklcss stunt did not
tiring Addison great repute, as It
Health Thus Lost la Restored by Lydli
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
How many women do you know who
nro perfectly well and strong? We
hear every day the same story over and
over agala. " I do notfeel well 1 I an)
so tired all the tlmol"
More than likely you sncalc the sama
words yourself, nnd no doubt you feel
far from well. Thecnuse may be easily
traced to some derangement of the fe
male organs which manifests Itself in
depression of spirit), reluctance to go
anywhere or do anything, backache,
hearing-down pains, flatulency, nerv
ousness, sleeplessness, lciicorrhcea.
Theso symptoms ore but warnings
that there Is danger ahead, nnd unless
heeded n llfo of sulTcrtng or n serious
operation Is the Inevitable result
The never-falling remedy for all then
symptoms Is Lydla E. I'lnkham's Veg
Miss Kate MaDonald, ot Woodbrldge,
K J., vv rites :
" I think that n woman naturally d'allkn to
make her trouble known to tho public, but
rmtoml health bin mount no mveh to mo that
I cannot help from tolling mino for the sales
ot other suffering women.
" For a long tlmo I suffered untold agony
will) a utirino trouble and Irregularities,
w hlcb miuto mo a physical wreck, nnd no on
thought I would recover, but Lydla E link,
ham a Vegetnbio Compound has entirely
cured mo. and made mo well ami atrcng, and
I feel Itmyduty totWlotfieraiilTerlngw-omea
what a splendid medicine It la "
If you aro 111, don't hesitate to get at
bottle of Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegeta
ble Compound at once, and write to
Mm Plnkham, Lynn. Mass , for special
advice It Is free and alvvajs helpful.
buy up the empty bottles. "Are )oit
really going Into the 'rags, bottles,
sacks' business?" sho asked when her
breath came fluttering back. "I don t
favvney tho rags and sacks end of It,"
responded Addle, "but the bottle ap
peals to me, don't you know. What'
the difference between denting In full
bottles of champagno and empty
ones?" But the bottle business dldn t
catch on, and so It was with any num
ber of brllllant(T) stunts that would
have given Newport the merry giggles
nnd Mlzner obeyed the Inner voice,
which said, "Young man, go East." But
after all, a certain amount of conven
tional restraint spells "balance," so
wo need not feel so very bad about
Teasing up to provinciality, News
Letter. Mr. I'rederlck Hasklns, tho corre
spondent has Just been married to hU
The organization ot a kennel club
has been rcictved with enthusiasm. As
a result wo shall probably sec dogs ot
better breed In Hawaii.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V. C. Abel pleasant,
ly celebrated their tenth wedding an
niversary by giving a tally-ho drive,
and picnic at Nlu ranch.
Mr. Babbitt, Superintendent ot Pub
lic Instruction, has gono to tho other
Islands on an Inspection tour.
Mrs, Pockllngton cntertalued at the
Alexander Young Hotel last evening In
honor ot Dr. and Mrs. I'll llumphrls.
Tho marriage ot Miss Mary Nott,
daughter of tho well known Mr. Johu
Nott, and Mr. Louis Brown occurred
at 1ho Nott residence on Lunalllo
street on Wednesday etcnlng. Tho
Rev. Canon Mackintosh performed
the Interesting ceremony and tho
brtdo was given away by her father.
Many of tho custom house officers
wero present and a largo check was
given by them to tho brldo and
The Nott resldenco was charmingly
decoiatcd with flags nnd bunting ami
tho Intet lor was made very attractive
with flowers and ferus.
Mis Selnm Kinney, nt whoso resi
dence the College Club met on Tuej.
dn), wnn assisted In receiving by Mrs.
A. W. Ciockett, Mrs. Walter Ft ear
and .Mis. Richard Ivors. The refresh
ments wee served nt once In order thai
tho Inner man might bo fortified ti
listen to the Intellectual tieat which
was of nn unusually I1I5I1 order Mrs.
Dillingham poured tea and .Mrs Henry
Castlo presided nt the colfee urn. Af
ter Hint Mrs, Frear presided at the
business, meeting The new officers
for the noxt year wero elected as fol
lows: Mrs Fienr, president; Mrs.
Day, tlco president; .Mrs, Will Whit
ney, trensuier; Mrs. Frear 'old about
tho club and Its alms In nn Interesting
manner Thcjn enmo the program for
tho afternoon. It consisted of two
piano solos by Miss Kinney, beautiful
ly rendered and the charmlnir read of
nn unpublished Hawaiian story by Mrs.
way .tinoug thoso present besides
the tegiilnr members wero Airs. aIp.
under Scott aid Mrs. Ushorne, Invited
guests Among tho members were:
Mis llobtly, Misses Mary and Agnes
Aloxander, Mrs, Alexander, Mrs Frank
Atherton, Mrs. Westervelt. Mrs. Hen
ry Castlo, Mrs. Walter Clark. Mrs. F.
11. Day, Mrs. Wallace Fnrrlngton.
Misses Oilman, Hall, Hoffman, Hop
per, Huntington, Alleo Jones, Smith,
Mrs Iv'ers, Mrs Livingston. Mrs.
Turner, Mrs, Ocorge Wnterhouse, Mrs.
Whitney, Mrs. Will Whitney, and many
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