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Tills week has been filled with excur
sions (o tlio icenc of the disaster to
the Manchiirln, ami. over the I'all run it
has been seen vehicles of nil Minis, In
tituling many horseback riders, Thoao
beautiful moonlight, nights have been
most templing nnil many n tete.u-teto
drive) has been enjoyed, mid subject?
foreign to the Manchuria possibly mny
liava been discussed and matters of
elate were for thu time being most
probably laid nsldc. A p.irly of tweii.
ty started out nllnntly last Monday
on horseback, taking their lunch, und
planning for n long, delightful day
lint sad to relate, the horses gave out
In fact, fell down, poor tilings, nnil'Mnlt relatives
I, a a,it m1n ...In. .In.ln.l ,i,,f e. I f..t ......
tut.- ui,it .t-uiiu niiu nitii ii-ii iifc ""(limit,
radiantly In the morning returned to
their homes much bedraggled, their Prince nnd Prlucris Knwannnakna
horses nearly dead from fatigue nnd 'have returned from Tnntnliis and lire
with more oxperlencu than pleasure at thc l'ensacoln residence.
lidded to their llu-s. However, most
of them turned up serenely nt the bath
ing party gltcii by Ferdinand und IM
niund lledeinniiii at the lledemnnu
bungalow nt Walklkl, whero u dip In
the scurf, a dlvo from the pier nt Hjiis
Soucl nnd canoeing formed part of the
Joys of the evening. A delicious sup
per was sered on the Inuul uud u de
lightful evening enjoyed. Mr. Ferdi
nand lledeumiin will return soon to
his medical collcgo nnd Kdwiinl Heelc
inanii goes to his school In California,
after a Jolly vacation. Among thus"
present and Invited on Monday night
were Misses Klsa uud l.liutn Schaefer,
Virginia MiicKlnnoy, Mary nnd Alice
Mucfarlam, Justine MiClannbaii, Kiln
Wight, Hint well (2). Alice lledemaiin.
Messrs. l.owrey (3), James, (lustnv
Schaefer, (leorgo Drown, Ilerbeit Dow
tett, (luy Mnefarlune, Dement Ken
nedy, Zi'vnllo (2), Charles llnrtwell,
Carl and Krllg lledemanii.
On Tuesday evening nil enteituln
ineut of ii literary and musical nature
was gUeu by Mr. and Mrs. McCmidlcss
lit Walklkl In honor of Miss Thomas,
li guest visiting In the house. Miss
Thomas, who was the bright partic
ular star of tlio evening, recited In a
llnlshcd manner from Dickens. Hho
Is a perfect mistress of the Art und
her audience was held spellbound from
the beginning to tlio end. Mrs. Hudoi;
Hluttery sang In her usual pleasing
stylo und lefreshmeuls were passed
after Ihu iirogiam was finished. Miss
Madge McCniidless, who has Just re-
lui lied from boarding school In asli-'jM
lugtoii, Is much admired. Among thu
guests were captain und .Mrs. Andrew
Fuller, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Hcdeinuiiii, tr t rlji uud there with many gay do
Mi. nnd .Mrs. tlrlllllhs. Prof. M. M. ,KH on board, among others the right
Scott, Mrs. Athertou, Mrs. hanford II. ti.fore lauding some of the passengers
Dole, Mrs. Kllen Weaver nnd daugh- ., rl,n,. BaU'. The llrst prlie. a
ler. Mrs. Hluttery, Mrs. Ilrisik. wife of beautiful gold and Jado bran-let. was
the new paymaster. Miss fliuvcs, Miss won ,y sir Von Haium. und Miss N'cu
Uerner nnd .Mr. Wells Peterson. hnnnii won u crepe silk embroidered
iwulst. There wus music nnd light re-
Tho chowder smoker which the ti c-1iiiciiIh ns well. Mrs. Itodlek will
Kagles gave on Wedne.idny cenlng s to llaltimoio later,
was a most enjoyable affair. There
were uver u bundled present und tlio' 0n Tuesday eenlng Mrs. (laitley, of
members wero particularly enlhuslas- collego Hills guvu u dinner for Major
tic In their greetings. Past President ,) .Mrg duller. Miss IMwurds of Hal
Morris Itosenberg presided, nsslsled by ilnioro nnd several stranded Mnnchur-
H. .icKeague. wniiny rriMiueni neu
Kech, T. A. Simpson, H. I). (I. P., Wil
liam McCoy, nnd Hobcit Hoss. Thu
following piogruiii wus ery much en
joyed, all the members calling forth
much npplniisu: Piano solo, Mr. Htcw
urt; Instrumental selections, Messrs.
ltosen and Urune: ritltntlnn, Mr. Chnl-
merr; plnuo solo, Mr. Iliirns; hong, Mr.
Adams; xylophone solo, Mr. (Irtiiiej
musical selections, Mr. Mciioniini; uu-
dress, Charley llnrtwell of Alnsko;
violin solo, llerr Hosenj song. Mr. Jen-
Hen; "Jnp 'Iioubles." .Mr. Toomey; ice-
Itallon, "Little Nell," Itoliert Itoss;
piano solo, IMiiiuud Norrle. '
The chowder was served nbout 11:31) i
nud until then curds wero pUycd. I
Ist Saturday eenlng .Miss Jiistlno
McClanahaii gave nil old-fiishloned
tuudy pull and New Hngliiud supper
ut (bo (iiclty bungalow of her pnieuts
in Munoa valley. Many of tlio guests
nunc In old-fntdiloncd continues uud
Have tbo trim old-time touch to the
uffulr, which was carried out by Mrs.
McClaimhnn In her iisuul perfeit milli
ner. There Is not u mom nitlsUv
woman In town than Mrs. .MiClunulmu,
and, given a freo rein, she ran ulwnya
make uu artistic success. Miss Mc
Clannhan's guests ueie the Missis
Damon (2), Kchaefrr (2), Virginia M
Klnney, Allen lledemaiin, Messrs,
l.owiey (3), Jnmes, Dillingham, Curt
wrlght, Kennedy, Jordan.
Mr, John II. llllss entertained last
Sunday evening for Miss Jessie Kuut
mini, who Is a guest of Mrs. A. (J,
On Tuesday evening Miss Helen
North was the hostess of a very enjoy
able pedro party for Miss Post. Tha
prlio was won by Mies Violet Athertou,
The latest news In regard to tbo
movements of Mr. und Mrs. William
ii. ii win uud Miss lleiono Irwin is thut
they will return heru front Kurope In
the fall, reaching San Frunclsco curly
In October, us they had originally
planned, They were nil III Kuropo ut
the lliuo of tlio lire and Mr, Irwin u
tinned ut once to California, golnj
fiom bcirt to Honolulu for u brief trip.
He left heie about tlio llrst of July for
Now Yoik and went fiom there dliect-
ly abroad to Join Mrs. Irwin and Ml.
Helcni. They are nil traveling on I he
Continent now and Mr Irwin will cer
tainly come back III October, and prob
ably the rem of the family will nr
company him. This would be Indeed
n welcome Mute of affairs, as Mrs, ll
win Is one of those who will be great
ly missed should she not return, ami
Miss lleleno would In- one of the moU
popular debutantes of the season.
Mrs, Porter Hoyd nnd ton nre guests
of Mrs. Harry Mncfarlatie nt Ahul
inanii for a month. Mrs. Hoyel miy
In Kngl.tud In the near
Dr. and Mrs, llrlnkerhof have ro-
turned from ljln nnd nre nt ox-tlnv
cruor Cleghorn's huiignlow.
Dr. Wood rnd dnughler hnvo gone
to Kauai for n few weeks. Mrs. Wesd
vnd son nre lpendlng a few days wllh
the Harry lewises on Tuntnliis. Tlio
Parkers, Davles nnd Coopers are still
enjoying Tantalus Heights. There an
several new houses being built mid In
the near fiitmc Tantalus will be u
iKipuliir place in which to spend lh
Mr. nnd Mrs C. W. C. Deerlng spend
n few days on Tantalus this week. Tun
of their thoroughbred Japanese pugs
will bo entered In the coming dot
khuvv, so I um told. There Is consid
erable Interest in the dog show ami It
Mrs. Harry Clifford Cornells, of Ho.
nolulu. Is In the city lulling her rls
ler, Mrs. Friendly l.uins. Mrs. Coiizcu
h the wife of one of our well known
Amcrlcoii'nrtlKis, aud-ls herself n min
iature painter of reputation. Mis
l.ucns and Mrs Coiizciik nre eu route
for Kurope, us both ladles have been
In ill health for some time. N. Y. Her
ald. Mrs. Hohdy. wife of tlio well known
Dr. Ilobd), lute of this pint. Is I lie
mother of a little daughter, born re
oorso Ilodlek nnd Miss Tlllle
Kimiiiiuiiii urn nt tlio Manhattan Hold
ju j;ew York. They bad n Hue slenm
Miss. Alexander and .Miss Cordle
Wnlker nre gliug u picnic lunch ou
TuntulUH Hundny. Among those In
vited nre Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Klamp, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Wilder and Mr. Will Mc
Inertly. Mrs, Henry I.yon Is spending the
bummer at their lieaiilllul counlry
,,a,.0 iinrHi Maine. Mrs. Lyon's
mmi,,.,. ), ,uh fr south America
September, has been with her. llulli
t,0 Ailmliiil uud Mrs. l.vnti are lm
mensely popular at Maro lslund.
Miss Hnrey. tlio slUer.ln-law of
.Mrs. Smllli. wife of Dr. .Smith. Is roil'
tlilereil uuit of the most graceful swim
iners mcr seen nt Walklkl.
Thu Iiouuols sulleil from Midway on
Mr. Wm. Taylor planned to sail on
the Sherldiiu villi MuJ. nud Mrs. Fuller
tor Hie Coast, Major ami Mrs. Fuller
expect lo go to Wushlngloii. They will
be greatly inlshcd, for they were both
ilcser filly iHjpular.
Lieut, uud Mis. Sluuley are. coming
from Riiiiuu very soon und they will
spend the day with I.teul. nnd Mrs.
Mrs. Dora "on Tempsky Is spemllnc
u lew days with Mrs. J, Dowseit. Mrs,
Cushmaii has ulso been u guest nt thU
Mr. und Mrs. C. W. C. Deerlng en
tertained nt dinner on Friday evening
for .Major ami Mrs. Fuller.
A most enjoyable clock golf paity
I was given at the Moanu Hotel by Miss
Jessie Foreman on Thursday afternoon
In honor of Mr, uud Mrs. Hamilton
SATURDAY, SEPT. 1st, 1908,
lolanl College Grounds, BereU.
nla St., oppotlta Central Union
Church, Opena 12 m., close 10
Pnrrl8h. Tea was served on the lawn
with Romcthliig sliongcr for the men
If required. There was much merit
incut oer the scores nnd the beat
ones were those of Mr. C. W. C. Deer
lng nnd Mr. A. (I. Ilnwes, Jr. Mis,
Alexander Hcolt led the women with
Mrs. C. W. C. Deerlng and Miss Jessie
Kaufman following closely. The llrst
nud second prlres for the women weie
handsome lioxcs of paper and envel
opes, and n golf stick pin or sliver.
lor Mr. Deerlng nnd Mr, Hawes: a box
of cards and a mlnlntiiie sller cup on
teak wood xtniul Mr. Parrlsh umpired
tlio contest. The scenes were ns fol
dipt. Ileldt, .10; Mr. Deerlng, (1st)
21; Mrs. Panlsh, 3D: Miss Kaufman,
2N; Mrs. Ilnwes. 31; Mis. Deerlng. 2S;
Mrs. Hiimphris, 37; Mrs. Ilenson, 31;
Mrs. Scott lift), 2; Mr. Hawes, 21;
Mr. Strecter, 2!i; Miss Formnii (SI. 23.
Among the guests who did not play
were Mr. John II. llllss and cx-(loer-imr
Cards have been iccelwd ns fol
lows; Mr. and Mrs. John F. Young
request the honor of your presence nt
the marriage of their daughter, Fanny
UiuIhc, to Mr. Alexander Lindsay. Jr.,
on Thursday, the thlrieeuth of Septem
ber, nineteen hundred ami six ut live
o'clock. First Congregation Church,
Vlcksbiirg, Michigan. .Small curds nro
enclosed saying "At home after thn llf
teenth of October, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Mrs. Uiura Wight, .Mr. and Mrs. ri.
(1. Wilder nnd .Miss Leslie Wight um
traveling In Switzerland for u intuitu.
Mrs. Wilder has entirely recovered
from iter late Illness.
Miss (lercta Van Vlht, thn populnr
daughter of Major nnd Mrs. Vim Vllet,
guvo u pretty pedro party at Camp Mc
Klnley on Thursday for the Mimes Wil
liams nud Linus. There were six
tables, uud 'ufler the games delleloiM
refieshmeiits were suned. Among the
guests were Misses Claire ami Kdlth
Williams, Kiiulco Pratt, Doru Lucas,
Million (irreu, Alice and Kthel Spald
ing, Ada Mulch, Irmn mid DihII H.iI
Imtyiic. Josephine Pratt. Alice Ilcde
inanii, Messrs. Units Itentou, Kdmunil
lledeinuun. IM Denim, Hurry Lucas,
Chailes Lucas "Sonny" Mucf.irluue,
Lieut. Wrlls, Jack uud (leorge Desha.
Miss Claim Williams won the llrst
prize for girls i.nil Charlie Lucas won
the llrst boys' prize.
One of tlio delightful events of the
week was the pedio parly glwn by the
Mlssc.4 Kennedy ut the beautiful resi
lience of their pureuts. Them weie
eight tables In ull, uud among Hie
guestK were Mlnl-ei McCatldless, Ash
ley, Alice H'Mlemanii, Irene elslicr.
Alice Macfarlane, Alice Hoik, Chnilolle
Dodge, Heiiny Cation, Kdlth Spuldliig,
Kiln Wight, Constnuce ltesturlck, Kil
monds, llelle McCorrlston, Jessie Ken
iii-ily. May Klugel, Messrs, Lowrey U),
llruco Cartwilght, Jr., Hob McConls
ton. Krllg iledeiiiniiu, tieorge llrowu.
(lustnv Sihaefer. James Peterson, Hnr-
ly Horfiuun, U K. M)ers nnd Keiinelli
Mrs. Alexander Sen It was the hoat
ess of a small bridge pally on Friday
ultcrnoou. After the game the busies;)
sened coffee under the tnsM willed
shade the lawn. Mrs. Kudolf Slallcry
won thn llrst pilze.
Mr, Albert Jiidd Is expected lo ar
rive In Honolulu next week,
Of interest Is thn following front a
Hau Fruuclsco paper, fur both girls are
well known In tint social set oi Hono
lulu: Miss Knlherlno Wright, who Is to
arrive here this iiiitumii as the guest oi
Mrs. Atfied Hunter Visjrhles, Is noted
us one of the iiliioiivelitlouiil girls oi
society. Her fathers position us uiii-
liuKs.uior to Japan bungs her Inlo cou-
luct with many furelgn oillcerH nud
diplomats, mid I heur that they huu
been cpille slincked ut some of Iter in
nocent escupades, A coiiespoudeut
tells me of a shipboard Incident Hint
Indicates her cxubuiuiice, of splilts. Ou
u trip fiom tills purl to Japan she hud
been up to many pranks, with nun cu
be cr of the Ccimun iirmy an especial
victim. One day she asked bliu to
bring hi'r u glass of water, uud ho. lo
get rovengu for practical Jokes played
on himself, stiougly llavond ,the
wuler with salt. Miss Wilght did not
swallow tint mess. Instead, she discov
ered ut thu II i'U mouthful the trick
that had been played cm her, uud slut
eudeavoied lo transfer the salt water
fiom her mouth to the ollliur'K spick
nml spun uniform. Theici wus u luce
ull out the deck, bill thu olllcer llliul
Iv escancd, being lli'et of fcol und not
sutllclcuily gallant to glo tint young
ludy her deslied liivengu.
The same correipondent tells m
that sailing thn seus under the Union
Jack Is a naval olllcer who Is trying to
lililn his soi row ncr the engagement
of Miss Anna Ido to W. llourko Coch
i un. Them was iulle a romuntli! nt
tiichuient between tint olllcer uliel the
daughter of the governor of tlio Phil
ippines, and a wedding might lutva in-
sulleil, It Is said, hud thn ollUct'H ruuk
been higher uud his pay proportion-
utely larger for ns Miss idu was reuicd
HONOUJt.U. r H. SATiniDAV. SBIT. 1. 1900.
In lilxiny perhnps the id, a eif subsist
ing on a llcillennlit's iniMger pn did
not nttrnct her. It win. uu i a ear iigo
that Cochran's devotion u her wus
llrst noted, becoming tlie subject of
gosalp among the passeiig-rs on n bonl
on which the two weie fellow travel
ers ncross the Pacific Mr Cochran
was teased nbout the mailer, hut de
clared that his friendship was only i.
ordinary one. Time lm. ,, veloped it
into somctlilng more unii'iu
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Parrlsh, who
sailed ou the Hongkong Marti estcr
day, havo been much entertained dur
ing their stay nt the Moana hold. The)
were literally burled in Id mid Mis.
Panlsh carried a boiuiuei of pale pluk
carnntlons. She Is a biMiitiful woman,
nnd was n popular hol'c of the so
called smart cet In New York nnd
Newpoit. Mr. and Mr" Parrlsh will
go around thu world, ami they expect
to tpetid next spring In Loudon.
The Chinese Fair nt lolanl College,
which Is ou this afternoon, will nt
trnct n Imge number for there will bn
many very notal booths Chinese em
broideries nud bric-n-brac. as well as
dainty Chinese maidens make the
grounds plcttncsiiue. A iral Chlneee
wedding Is to bo solcmtilrcd. nnd theie
will be nil the Joys of the usual fair.
The charming lutuheon given by
Miss Ada Mutch, in honor of the
Misres Ctnlie unit Kdlth Williams nil
Wednesday wns n very dainty nltnlr.
The table looked Invitingly cool, elnh
ointely dccoralcd with maidenhair
ferns. The other Biicsta were Misses
Alice Heilem.inii, Dora Lucas, 1 1nitio
Lucas, Kutilce Pratt, llelle McCorrls
tou, Muriel Campbell mid .Marlon
A large nnd enjoyable dance was
given lust evening by Mr. Ilerbeit
Dowsett nt the residence of Mr. und
Mrs. J. Dowsett nt Puti.ihoii. Mr. Dow
sett expects to fall for liurenreillu
next week, where ho will attend school.
There wns a delicious supper and Hie
)outig pesiple thoroiighl nmuse.l them
selves. Among the guesis were the
Mimes Mnry, Alice nnd Helen Macfur
Inne. Klsa uud Linda Sihaefer, Vir
ginia MacKlnuey, Justine MeClnun
hau, Alice' Ilcdcmunn, Muriel Camp
bell, lllaucbc Super, Constance lies
tarlck, Kilmuuds, Kdlth Spalding, Kiln
Wight, Me-ssrs. (lusl'if Sihaefer, (luy
Macfarlane, George Hi own, Lowrey
(2), llruce Cnitvvrlghl. Jr.. Kdmunil
lledeinuun, Harold (llfTord. John Soper,
Huiold Dillingham, Allium Jonliiii
and many others.
Mr. (Icsirge lleermaiin. n prominent
Herman, arrived on the Hongkong
Marii and Is u guest ut the Miuiiit
hotel. Ho brought letters to John II.
llllss, Ksip, hud Mr. uud Mrs. (lerrll
Wilder. Messrs. II. I). Smith nud II. It.
Wilson me iitsn at Hie Moin.i mid will
sail for Hut Orient ou the next rt inner.
The three young mcli are making a
tour of the world.
List Sunday evening was n busy
night for Hut Moanu, for then- weie
many dinners nud well known laid
were seen nt every table. Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. W. C, Deerlng hud a dinner for six
The musical kIukIiii: of the native bnv.i'ilav evenliiLv
Is a strong drawing eaid. so much not
that tbo Imys were eseelally eiigagesl
ny I no Mliliehlirlaiis- for .Mondays
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Mr. Victor Marsh mid Mr. K. C. Ljon
I'litci tallied their friends ut u Joll
dinner the same evening, us did Mr.
ami Mrs. .1. (l. Mossln, who nlsn gave
n tiictty little dinner later In the week
ns well. On Wednesday evening Mr.
nnd Mis. llnmllon P.urlsh entertained
nt bridge and In the evening the Deer-
Ings gave n farewell dinner for Major
nnd Mrs. Fuller, who expected to sail'
on the Sheridan
on Thursday cveu'isciitcd l Major und Mrs. Vnn llcti
I'. II. Htimphrls gave nud olIlier Ilie moonlight was Hior-i
lug Dr. mid Mrs
a farewell dinner for Mr. and Mrs
Hamilton Parrlsh and thu guesis
il.i)eel bridge afterwards.
Mr. Henry Crocker was n through
passenger on Monday from the Orient
for San l'ranclco.
Mr. Francis Svvnuzv was n rciuminc
I pasn'iiger on 'hi' Ventura. Among Hie
other reluming lloiioluliians weie .Miss I
Margaret I'rcelh. who has bis-u all
school in California. Mr. T. C. Davlen.
Alideisou and Miss I. M. Pope.
One hundred of the iCustcrn Stars sat
ilown nt S ei'iloi'k ut the) Moana hotel
Inn evening lo n most enjoyable illn-i
ner. the menu nnd seivlce being nil
that could be de-slied. The chic little
lurmis were done In lomnU led nml
read ns follows.
tli.ipe- Fruit nu Mndere
Cotisommc i'il l.isse
Ilaked .Striped Mass. Itatlciinc
Ciicumliers Ponnnes Veil Pre
StulTeit Hawaiian Sipiab mi Crcsson
Petit Pols Itoast Pointoes
Alligator Pear Sal.nl
Cnket Nuts ' Fruits
ovr.it tiu: coi.'fki:
Welcome Thn Worthy Matron
Some ltetnarks....The Woithy Pntruii
Oil the either slel: "Ud Alolin Chap
ter Number Ihlic oruer Kaslcru Star
Obyervuuce of lllilhday of Hubert .Mor
ris, Founder of the Order. '
Olllrers l.i I Alolin Chapter No. S
Worthy .Minion, Murg.irct llmvnrd;
Woithy Patloii. IM Towse; At-iuN-lnte
Million, Mniguerlto Misire; Secielmy,
Margaret K. Llshmnn; TTe.isurer, An
nie Cuyni". Conductress, llelle llell
Innn; Associate Coudiictress, .Minnie
Frazee; Adah. Frances 1 II licit ; itiilli,
Hn;el Heilbiuii; Kstbi'r, Kntet Camp-
bell; Mailh.1, Kdlth l.yle; Klertu.
Alice I'liitl; Mnrshnl, Nellie May llolf
maun. p. W M.; Orguulsi. Agues
llalchelur: Chaplain. Mark I1. Itnldu-
son; Warder. Margaiet Lvle; Henlhi'T.
Lee II. Wolf.
Dancing followed nnd was kept up
until u late hour in the drawlng-iisim
of the Moanu. The ladle's weie partli'
ulmly well ilroieil nml many of the
tiniisporl passengers mingled In the
dance'. Nearly evi'ry table on the lu
nal wns tilled mid It was a pretty sight
nnd unit that the Mo ma Is gelling ipiHc
There was u pretty christening cere
mony on Sunday, August tilth, win it
the Infant mn of Mr. uud Mrs. Archie
Young was baptized at St. Andrew's
Cathedral by Hlslum ItcMarlck. lie
was mimed NeIou (llllet Young.
Mrs. (leorge Potter was the hostese
of u prelly dinner for eight cm Thuis-
The Seaside Hotel gave n prelly hop
In honor of Malor nnil Mm. Fuller nu
I'rhlay night and it wua we'll nllended.
TO REALIZE THE WHOLESOME, HEALTHFUL SATISFACTION OF
YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY ORDER A PACKAGE AND TRY IT
It it an Incomparable beverage that refreshes and dellghta every con
lolsseur. The leaves are specially (elected by experts from the best grown
on tlm mountain estates In Ceylon. Every package la carefully packed
with lead In order to preserve the exquisite aroma peculiar to Nirvana and
to keep It freth for the consumer.
This care In selecting and packing the leaves makes Nirvana tea de
ceiving of nil tea-drinkers' attention.
ASK your cireoGure lOU
ABSOLUTELY A FOE TO NERVOUSNESS!
DELIGHTFUL! INVICORATINGI STRENGTHCNINGI
TRY IT ONCE AND YOU'LL USE IT FOR ALL TIME.
H. Davies &
DISTRIBUTORS TOR HAWAII.
Mr nnd Mrs Archie Young mm ill
tilt ir beach residence and tliej wm
leniulu a month. Mr. and Mrs. Alex
ander Young end .Miss llerthu Young
mi- expected In the Korea to Spend the
The oRlrcrs and llicdr rehtlvcs from
the transport Sheridan were much in
evidence, und there went many towns'
people Cam,) McKlnley was ifprt-i
ouglily eiiju)ed and the native on hen
tiu was u panlculaily good one i
Mr. ricorgo llllss Is expected to ar
rive from the Volcano today.
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Murray are at
their Pensacola reside nti'. I lie health
of Mis. Muiiuy being almost eslah-1
Kimball nnd Mrs. Fouler nre
Day cottage In Nuiianu vnlle) '
for u month.
Purls Is a
guest nt the
This evening the Puliation Rtudenis
nre giving ii farewell to those leaving
on tin. .miicila.
Mrs. Claire Williams mid family will
tall In the Siberia nu Tuesday. The
Misses Wlllloms have been much en
tertalnesl and will ue greatly missed
Horn the younger nnl.il hi I. Miss Ag
ues Smith will ae company Ibeiii, and
Miss Dora Lucas will nlxo be one of
tin- p.irly Miss Smith will study m
New York und Miss Lucas will take
music in Huston.
Mr. Kdmuiiil lledemaiin sailed the
first of Hie week for Woodland. Cut.
where he cxpests to be graduated thin
year. Mr. tlcorgc llrnwii uud lluy
Macrnrlani' will nlsn sail Tueselny ou
t lie Ir way to school at l.uuicnicvllli'.
Mrs. Whllelioilre expects to fall III
the Siberia on her way lo Davenport
lo visit I datives.
P. C Jones of this city raided today
from Iloeion uuniiunclug the death In
Ibul city of his hmther, William Park
er Jones. William I'ail.er Jones vis
ited Honolulu nu two elllfereiit occa
sions, having i-tieul H'Vcrnl weeks here,
und hud u wide aceiiuilntaliie with Is
The beautiful dis orations nt the
church mid IMiiset of the Hrlukerheif
Whlti' weddliii; wero done under Hie
ellii'itloii of Mrs. K. M. Tnjlor.
Additional Social Newt on Psa 3.
PREPARE FOR EDITORS
The special committee In ehnrse of
thu entertainment of tlio California
editors nml their wives met ) I'Slereluy
nfti'ruooii In tlio I'lomotloti Commit
tee looms, wllli Chairman Mc fund
less preslillui;. As nil the ineiubees
wen not present it wus Impossible to
neeiire leporls ou nil tlio details. In
connection with the lunch nt the Mo
lina tin1 day of tint arrival of the par
ty, the wlvi's of tbo Promotion Com
mittee and of newspaper people wcr'
added, to assist at llie lunch nud also
nt the) let option nt the Hawaiian Ho-
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For cntln$, drinking, nnd cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
MtOltllfttD U. . PAT. OMlOef
BffaVfatl Cocoa, t-2 lb. lint
BVrti Chof olitf (uniwcrtenrd), I 2 lb. cakei
Ctrnun Scrt QiocoUlf, 14 lb. cVci
I or Stic Us 1 (Mtttnft Grocer
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
15 HIGHEST AWAHDS IN LL'KOI't
THROUGH THE BULLETIN
Hears Of Family
When the Hulletln reporter boarded
i lie Sheridan jeslerdny inomlnK ho
lonvcjed to Cnptaln I'eiibnily tbo first
news he hud of bis wife ami ilaiiKhter
I since IcavliiK Nar.axakl. Tlio reporter
Informed the commander of thn trans
port ot 1110 kooiI health of his family,
UvliiK nt thu Hawaiian Hotel. The
Captain expressed himself ns most
plensi'il to hear from his folks, hut
showed Hint be re'Kretted the) worry
which they must have been experienc
ing at this time.
Tlio Hulletln reporter wns the flrst
to tnhi' dellnlte news of tlm Captain
nud the. ship to bis family In town.
Willi? "Was lm bom (treat, or 'lid
he nchlevi' cieatiiess?" Wniifi "I
lather think he thrust himself upon
II."- I'hllnelelpl.la Uivurel
11 )t K X it V inutKXXXXXXlf
tel In till' nvenliiB.
MmiiiKer Chine h of tbo Pcnsldo Ho
ld conveyed to tint rommltti'n nn In
vllntlon for iliu pdltors to mnho use
of his canoes nml bnthlui; facilities.
'1 lit) Invitation was accepted with
thanks 011 behnlf of the lsltors.