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THE ARMYAND NAVY
The Nnvy Man's Toast:
"llcrc'i) In, our whej and' o.tr
May tlicy never mcc'tt" ,
Tho Array Mun'o Toast to the Ladles:
"Our arms, (tliclr ijcfonsci
Their aims, our recompense;
The Wrdo Depart
, Among tho passengers on the Ven
tura Thursday were Oeorgc llray Ward
Ucc president nnd hcncral manager or
the two Brent cablo compinlcs, Mrs.
Ward, nnd their ilitightcr, Mrs. Hough
Alt Here laden with M and the ladltM
of tho party carried armfuh o( ruses
and violets. ,
"Horry lb Ioavo7 Inilrsil wo are,'
cnlhuilnstlcnlly responded Mr. Ward
"we wish wc might havo staid longer
It has been delightful."
"Oh. it lias all hcen charming," said
Mrs. Ward, "Our friends liae itonn bo
much for us nnd every minute has hcen
plear-ant. Wo arc t'orry wo did not
know the huat would bo two dnjs late
lor no lould liivo dono no much In
those two days. Wo did not ilaro makn
any plins fur fear thn boat would
come. Hut II has all been delightful."
Tha Ward party has been the recip
ient of much pleasant nodal attention
i Into arriving her nnd Mends linvtt
rivalled iino another iu cntcitalitliig for
them nnd making plans for their pleas
ure. Several army nnd navy pcoplo nnd
other friends worn nt tho boat Thurs
day to bid them Ikiii voyage, and they
nrn lenv lug with the most happy recol
lections of llonoliitu and her people.
It 'o nn III reef thai blows no paracii
fr good. If the Mongolia had not met
with mishap Honolulu nnd Ha chnrnii
would thno been denied Mils tilp o."
Quite the largest and most notable
rffalr of tho neck was tho bridge party
El.ven by Mr. nnd Mr.i. James Wilder
i,i honor of Mr, nnd Mrs. Henry Pulton
t San I'rnnciscn on Ihurcday evening
'I Mrtecn tables occupied Iho large l.mnl
end living room and there was n poker
Isblc at one ilde. for the nnn-brldgo
"plijers. Mis. Jnmei Wilder was n
c harming ho J tern and loolicd exceeding
ly pretty In a chic whlto evening fro l
r. Jiii'Qj Wilder, who was one of tho
moit nutrd'of the old llnrvard ncl In
his colics" 'l.i)o, nan fluting ever) whern
nnd kept everytody In Ihc heat of hum
or by big willy layings. Hvcrybody re
marked upon Mrs. Dutton's appearance
end nho was very landsnnto In hef
tniirl Princes frock, Cut flowers
ndorncd the tabid and low idiclves,
and tho lam extending to tho rcn nt
traded mony for a tctc-a-tcto. Chalra
unci settees wcr moil Invitingly
placed under tho trees and ono instinct
lively gravllaleJ In that direction noon
cr or later. After tho game, ralaUs,
Kandwlchcs nnd coffee occupied the nl
tcntlon of the guests for a pleasant
hilf hour, and the prises were nwnrdid
as follovvu! I.ndlci first prlzo, sandal
wood fan nnd Venetian heart ihalu,
Mrs. Trrdcric Kl.imp; consolation
prlzo, Venetian hat pins and veil pint,
Mrs. Oeorgc Carter. Men's first prize,
n sliver ko pick, Mr. Winifred llabbltt;
tonsolallon prize, n set of pencils with
Vienna points tct In brass, Judge Ar
thur Wilder. Among llioso Invited
wcro Mr. an I'd Mrs. Harry Marfarlune,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. 0. 1 Wilder, Oovci
nor and Mrs. Ucorgo Carter, Mr, and
Mrs. 1'. M. Swanry, Mr. and Mrs. J. It
(Inlt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgc Potter, Mr
and Mrs. Itnnniy Scott, Mr, and Mm
i;. D. Tenncy, Mr. ami Mrs. Milliard
Ivcrs, Dr. nnd Mrs. Walter llrlnkcrhor
Dr. and Mrs. C. HM Cooper, Major mid
Mrs. Itussel, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Kim
hall, Mr', nnd Mrs. A. A. Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. C. K Wilder. Mr. nnd Mrs. .
J, Campbell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederic
Klamp. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I Walker, Mr,
and Mrs. It. do II. Laard, Captiln and
Mrs. Ilcldt, Dr. and Mrs. Ucorgo Her
bcrl, Mi, und Mrs. I'ercy llcnson. Judge
nnd Mrs. A. Lindsay, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Oeorgc Ilodlck, Mr. and Mrs. K. A
Schacfcr, Mr. and Mrs. Cushmaii, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Cllvo Davlcs, Mr. nnd Mrs.
James Castle, Dr. nnd Mrs. K. II. Hum
phries, Major and Mr a. Van Vllet, Mr
nnd Mrs. Urooke, Mr. und Mrs. (Icorgu
P. Cooke, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. llabbltt, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. lirown, Mr. and Mra
I'rcd Mntfarlane, Mr. nnd Mm. Alex.
Scott, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. von Holt, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Alonzo Oartlcy, Mr, nnd Mro.
Albert Judd, Mr. and Mrs. Faxon nish
op, Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgo 1'alrchlld. Mrs.
Ivrlcr ltoyd, Mrs. Mary Ounu, Mis. J
C, Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander (I.
Ilawes. Jr., MI'S Marlon Heolt. Mcctra
It. K. Wright. . II, Derby, ls-llc Scott
Itobblns Andertmn,-. i)ald W. Andrr
ton. William Ilolli.'S. M. Ilallou, Harold
Dillingham, Urtico Cnrlwrlght, Arthur
Marlntoih, Ocorgo Puller, llobcrt At-kliiho-t,
Wnllcr Dul ic'nbcrg. IMward
llulscnbcrg. Dr. Kllzgcinld, Dr. Jamca
Judd, Captain Jnmei I'. Cnitcr and
Captain James Ilcldt.
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tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt nit tt tt tt tt tt tt tt it it tt tt it it tt it tt tttt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt u it
ti' f THE CLOTHES ONE TRAVELS IN H
tttt Some women make n gicat mistake In llielr travelling cluthuj, and hoird up nil of the otd(,r it it
tt tt and mint unbecoming sulti ami shlitivaht'i for boat or ti.ilu Now when cm iiimr to Ihtiil: of It that ti it
ti it Isn't fnlr cither lo thcnihelvci oi (o the pcoplo wlo m obliged lo ttnvcl with them, really ll isti I ti tl
it tt There Is Just ns much reason why a womnil shoilld be nltricllvcly M'wncd and well gloomed when it It
ti tt she travels as when she Is nl homo or visiting, mill Ihc sensible wimiu inn. illy recognizes this fact, ii it
ti ti' and that Is why one noes uIvviivb some all I act he looking women on tho train All tho othcru litlglil it 11
it tl be, perhaps,, If they hnd sfop'pid to think the matter out. tt tt
tt it ll.no )ou ever been lo tho dock or rlallon to meet n nnc-t who was coining from n distance, nnd it ti
tt tt felt n certain prldo In her trig tailored milt, her n.illj little hat, fresh ell nnd well filling gloua, ti it
tt felt bini).uicy and frcnhuesii nl-out her Hut nude jou gl.ul thai tho had come, glad tlml jour otlur tttt
tt tt friends at the duck could wo tfal she was your friend: tt ii
i tt Or wis Ihc guest jcu met at the station the other I.I ml. the kind whoso rumpled tlilrt waist and ti it
ti it ragging skltt, wboc half worn rhoen nnd dlicournrfcd loot lug rimes, whom ilnM) hat nnd ironed cli tt tt
ti it mnilc J cm feel Hied und dusty nnd dlseouinued lf)o. made )ou wln.'i. r.liniHI, that idic bad (otno at nUhl it it
tt it so your other friends would not sec her till she bad been ficvbrtiM up a bit. it it
tt tt When bound nn n long en ei land Journey isn't ll natural lo glamo al each section n-i the poit-r it it
tt tt takes jou to jour fcit, and In about Iho minutes h.io oil not m ulcj ii your mind what people ou care ii ii
it it to know and tlio-c jou jiro not going to tnro about? I iiIwiih do mid ll very urldoi.i fallb to be n rulu it ii
it ti that works. We nil know tint outward appearance do not mom ccr)ihlng, but llicro Is n wn of it ii
it It weiring ccn the blinjlc.a itothe.i Hut telU tho clunc c Iraullcr olurirs Si ii
It ti I know a woman nlm always makes It n point lo k.ne ,i ptuc and to nrrho at tier deatlnat'ou In ii ii
ii tt her Mry best sull when Hut suit Is n good tr.i.-clllng color "ou l.uow I ut Imiiri'SsloiiK und first lm- it ii
ii it picislons nlnajs mem the moil " ihc sas snillliig, "and I want my friends lo iciiiemlier me looking ii ii
it ti my bC3t ro Hint they will long for my return. 'I hen 1 waul people at tho other mil of the lino to be it ii
it tt glad, lo tee me, especially If they are pcoplo who do hot kucm mo nod have only outward appear- it it
ti ti nnres In Judge, by." ti tt
tt ti Into this womnu's Mill enro rone a big black Bilk log Jint big enough lo bold her coat nnd scxin ii ii
tt ii after getting on the train tho coat with its fresh Hlk lining b is the tops of It i idcctci Mulled with tlrnun it ii
tttt paper nnd Is wrapped c.ircfully nvny from dust and cinders When the wotuiii rclties nt nlgbl her ii ii
tl tt skirt, well brushed nud ucatl) tolded, goes Into u blnill.ir bag and her bat and tell arc nltcady bsnglng it ti
ti tt In a silk or linen big whore they will remain till uhe reaches her dc-illinllou. In Iit cult i.irc ball tl ii
it tt he?n plarrd n short uktrt ami ficsh idilrt walstt and these die weirs on Hie train She nlso takrn tt tl
tt tt enough fresh collars ro that cho c an hac two n da) If ucod be On I ho list da) of l.er trip the suit In ti tt
il'Jt which sbo left bnnio Is taken out nnd ngnlti assiimid, the fieih Mil aitd travelling hrt repine the it tt
tt tt Jaunty tap whlcli hAs lieeu nil suniclent for slitlnu lilopi and xbc is reidy to greet her friends. It ii ii
ii it h isn't inict any more to be becomingly frocked nud jet what u dllTerinic ll ban mule. tt tt
ti ti I know n girl who cwiltcd u rather good rehenic for keeping her fcblrt w.ilst clean when travelling is it
it ti nnd ll Is ro tdmplo that most uuy woman who travels cm cndl) lino one, 'I hit girl was travelling from it ii
it it St. Louis lo I'iltsburg In tho cummer, and any unCjWlio has ever dono that will lied no finther loin- ii Si
tttt ment on Ihc girl's appearance. Holt ion I dust had combined with mil' dust nnd Iho result was terrify- ti ii
it ti Ing. Across the nlslo from tho girl rat a mother with her bib) nnd the little lot woro n black hIIIc blip ii ii
it ti over lis white frock which protected it effectually from grlino and dun. When the gill made Die re- tt ii
it it turn trip two months I iter 'the tail thing sha Flipped Ii In her suit i.ivo was u thort kimono of bl.iclc ii it
tt Si India silk, with loohC blecvca con lined at tho wrist In a shirtwaist hind 'I hi i slipped on over n ilenn it tt
tt tt white shirt wnlst. kept the dint nay to Hint when she Miughl the diner for Iter minis she did not feci Si it
tt ti ns if she had been doing n sloKcr's duly, utul thn other piitrngcru wrru nlieihol by the nlghl of the ii it
it ti ipollcs'i wnlst. People do owe something to the other people who hive to look nt llicin and they ought ii ti
tt tt t- remember that' ll h their duly aj human bclng-i Iu the ic t oi tho rncc to look .13 well nu liny on- ti ii
ii it ulbly can under thcclrcumstincia. tttt
It ti . r it it
ts tt tt it it it ti it tt it it st it tt ti ii it tttt ti it tt it it st if tt tt st ti ti it si tt tt :;:t 1: ;t tt st it tt it tt tt tt tt it tt ti tt ti tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt n tt tt tt tt tt tt it ttts st it tt y tt ti it tt tt it t: tt tt ts tt ts ;ut tt ;t tt tt t: tt it it ts tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
Ktlffncsa and Jcrklnea.i of their motions
gradtnlly giving way lo thn childish
giacc of loll girls and Ihis and soon
n merr) flock of chlhlrcti group them
cclvis upon tiic- rt.igc, I lie little wood
in doll, itom the Niiih's Ark of which
Caplalii Wiodcnhend Is thn leader, sue
among Ho iiuainl a' When given In
Koiitbcin Californlt 1110 of the hwcoi
cjt scml-profi-siloiial singers of the
toiithland took tho pirt of the gall-nil
joung laptnln nnd In her trie; uniform1
and wilh her delightful singing do-
lighted all who Mtcudt-d Then llicro
lire the tin bOldlirs, nud tho uuarebUt
dolls, who nro imperbonaleil by llttlo
boa and mo very clever. Ono of lh
most fetching eharactcra Is that of the
I'lcnrh doll which, when taken b) n
prellj nnd graceful girl who rati dunce
and pcuu well, ns well as sing, iniikni
0110 of the bits of I lie pic c e. 'I he shot I
'link silk princess rube vvllli Us Hilled
Itktrl and frou frou of riinlcs, tho pink
poke bonnet and delicate hoe.ind slip-
'pirs made the bnndromc young cou-
tralto brum tic who t ok tha part on
'bcveril occasions In California, bo I
witching Ono of tho sweetest hits 01
I Ihc- little pleco la the rung b the Child
who slurs "I lMa My Old Doll Heel'
nud eoinec In with her nrms around n
liny waif In pitched and lorn ilrthca
After alt tho dolls Imvo dHidajed then,
chirms the Child dcldci (hint her old
'doll 1 1 tj le ipicen nnd when this part
1I3 will Inkou by n till) maid of Iho It
Is IrrealFtll le An morning tomci on
, Iho hours, one b 0110 1 nop Into Ihc big
1 lock, the Int ono vanishing Just ns
1 the old toj-umker icluriis Ho ills'
Jim clcchlc thrill in the ntmo'phcrc nnd
Lieut. Comimndcr Wrllj of lb" Wis
consin Is n cousin of Cnrtiln J, It OI.il
lory. Tho HlatterjH rnlcrt lined thn
J.leuteniint Co.utnnnder nl dinner on
Hnturday evening. On Welnrsdnj Cip
tain and Mrb.fa'lattery gavn a dliinri
for Mrs. Smith, nunt of Mrs ncderiu
Klunp. The liblo wai hrllllintly Il
luminated by n larro limp with an
opalescent shnde, the tlcclrlclly pre
venting Iho heit from ccciiplng. It
made a unique nnd prctl) cifc-et
Among the other guest, were lira
I'rcJerlc Klamp. Admlial Very and
Captnln James Carter
The "Toy ChopY,
Iho "Toy Shop" whbh will bo prc
tcntcd In Honolulu this winter by MUs
Margaret Martini tho vc-ib.itllc joung
wo nan who drilled tho clilldieii 0,1 11
preiloin occasion fr.r 1 lie- lluiiso that
Jack Dullt." In a mifclT ntore- cliinnlni;
llttlo operetta tbun was the former one
.ml those v.-lio euro for amateur won;
of (tits kind will have a treat In store.
Tho idol of tho piece Is a very Rlcnder
cm. Juit enough of warp lo hold liin
blight woof tbreid if rung .mil d.mrc
cud merry dlalorue. An eld loy-mnk-rr,
tiled with thn day's v:h, pyts iiv
Ills' testis for the night, locks up tho
- iiitiinlnlnp Iho slow dollu, whim
arc in reality charming little in.ibbl
. .. Iciruiiig out the lights, ccrks bis
irst. Al the etioke of twilvo there Ii
Is .1 clringc arllvlly ninoiig Iho Colin
und graduilly they ionic to 1Kb, the
ii'.iuic-a cuac loaiciiung Kiniigo nnu
1 new bu taken Jil.ice during his lib-tenci
'I he piece glvea oiportuulty for many
1 harming rougs and plitiirccque io:
lunies mid Is one of the prettiest of the
children's operas put on.
Mnndn-. evening nt thn llrlllnh Con
tulato Mr. nnd MrR. Ilijmond do It.
I.ajar'd rntrrlnlned nt dinner for Mr.
rnd Mrs. tlrorge (iray Ward nnd .Mrs.
Mouth. Among Ihoio nrknl lo meet
I hem were lord and l-idy I'll fair.
Mr. nnd Mid, Alex Bcott, Mr und
Mrs, Cllvo Dnlen end Admiral Vor).
r.rrc-s In luge .mil smill v.icck In eon-
jjiinitloti wlfli matde.ihilr formed thoi
'c'cllia e-and beautlliil t iblc ileeoiaHmi.
I Mr ...! Cl.n ...... ..... f 1
.... 111111 ...,.,. iiviii),j 111.1 it.irti
ttira. Theio was n large gatlierlngtat
Iho wharf to bid them "lion vojagc"
nnd thej woie covered with lcls. Tliclr
short vlult In Honolulu has benr'n
kticntions one, lor nearly ciery dny
they vere- entertained nt srveral
hnuies durliig the lime. Mrs. II -irIi,
ns well as Mr. and Mrs. Ward was
r.rmlly liked nnd lhc mndo many '
warm Irlcnda during their brief vlult.
Ihej will proceed direct to Now Yorki
The dinner which (Invernor nnd'
Jlrs Ooorgu Carter gave lor Mr. nn It
Mr j Do llol on Wcdncbtlny ovcnlii,:'
was n gn-nt surcesn, and, like nil tho
Carter dinners, every detail wnn
thoroughl) tarried out In every re
npect lc Pranco roues In lavlahT
profusion formed the central decora
lion for tho table, and mido n ob.irm-;,
Ing spot for Iho cjes lo feast upon.
Among Iho other gucpts were Mr. 1111114
Mrs. (Iiorgu itodlck, Mr nnd Mrs.
l'folcnhnuer, Judgo and Mrs. Aloxiu-1
.Int I Iml.nt n,wl it. M...I Ctrn fllllf
... ...iK.ni.j, ...... .,. Ul.ll ....... VI..i
Crlmron Dinner , ,
A pretty dinner was given nt Camp
McKlnloy b) Major and Mis. Vnir
Vllcl on Saturili) evening for Mnii
Smith, mint of Mr Prrderlc Klamp.
Major and Mrs. Hu-kcII, Mr nnd Mm,
Iliemke. Mrs Klamp. Mr. nod Mrs 'triw
ury I'cck "lid Mr. Ilpply. II H A t'rlin
ton raruatlonv In low silver bowla ninlJ
11 hrllllitil itecorillou In tonjuiiclloii'
with till tllvrr c-andle sticks ec-ftly.
sbadcil In the E.11110 tlrn color. Alter,
dinner Mrs, 'Icnticy Peck delighted th
gi.o.to with her sweet singing.
Irforrral At Home 't t
Judge nud Mrr Arthur Wilder wim
nt homo on Thursday nlternoon yn
nbout fort) of their Irlends, nnd "ni
very agreeable altcinoon wno pnaod;
and Mra. Hough depirlcd cm the Vcn-
nt llio hospitable homo of Iho hoxtj
and hont"i,B. 'I hero worn reilly morej
men than women present, which i a
novel Idghl nt n ten In Honolulu and!
greatly nppreela'cd from tho (i-tnlnWitu
point or lcvv. r
The Ku-ialu llnat Club gave n imill
nnd lntcrm.il reception last I'ftturd.iy
nftormon I rum 3 to S nt Iho homonr
Mils llnzc-l Hoffmnn, Iho captain Nil?
ono id its irewt, a low ol Iho fr!o..'il'i
of the 1 lull being naked Iu for llic-t
nllernoo-i. Al'er (ho completion .of
Ihi' ne boat bouse larger nffnlrH will
bo given et which the memben will
be aldo lo filter hospitality to moic of
their Irlcndt. than la loiind poaalhlo at
the homes nl lln members. ,
Home Of Good Things
CONSTRUCTING A COLOSSAL STRUCTURE.
People who are the most famll lar with the PALM REGTAURANT
form the framework upon which thl a establishment's growing reputation
for supremacy and leadership Is beln fl built. It Is hoped, with strict at
tention to even the small details of service and the careful purchasing and
cooking of the eatables, like that of tho patt few months, to construct this
reputation Into a truthful built, well-merited, colossal structure that will
It Is possible to get a meal here, morning, noon, or evening, equal to
that of the best served In the town and get It for almost half what others
charge. A popular feature of our restaurant Is the excellent turkey dinner
One of our noteworthy offcrlncjs Is BUTTCriflllT DREAD, made only
by 110 In Honolulu. We have it always ficsh frcm the oven and It is the
most nutritious bread made. Although made In the same sizo loal and
sells for tho same price as ordinary bread, It Is far superior to tho ordi
nary kind. TRY A' LOAF; JBT" IT WILL PROVE THIO STAjrEiViENT!
Wo have a big fresh stock of CUNTHER'8 World Famous Candles.
P A I All CB Crsan Par,ors My Fctory'
I HLIII Bakery and Lunch Room
116 HOTEL NEAR FORT 8T.
Ludwigsen & Juneclaus,
V l (A.
116 HOTEL '
near FORT. .
Miss Ilrooko Hose, who came down
from San, l'l amine 0 Iho weeks ago 01.
mo uorca, una is icjciuiiii.uti 1110 lion
Iiifoii plantation on Kauai, Is Hpcndlim
a few days with her sUtcr, Mhs Anita
Hose, who e-amo on tho fast Siberia,
nnd expects to make- Honolulu her
homo for somn lime; ''flio arrival In
the Islands of the neioiul skier was n
complete surprise- lo the llrtt nnd n
very pleasant llttlo reunion has been
The con'rlhutorii lo Judge Dole's
portrait, palnti'd b Sandnna, nnd
Foon to bo c-xblliltid in tho I'roino.
Ion HooniH, wero Messrs, Clnrles
t:ooke. I. 0, Jimos, II. llaldwln, H. M
Damon, Iho two Wlleox brothers of
Kauai, 1'rnneln ()a, Charles 11. lllsh
op. W. It. Caslliv nii'l James Casllo.
Thu rontrlhiitorn for Iho frame wilt
bu announecd later.
Among Mr. .Sidney ,Ilnllou's dinner
giieuts nn Sunday evening, asked In
meet Mr. nnd Mra. (leorgc dri'j
Ward and Mrs. Hough, wcro ex Pros
Ident and Mrs. Kanford II. Dole and
Judgo and Mrs. freer. Aflcr dinner
tho guests were, taken for a motor
spin In "Tho Silver Spoon."
Mis. J. O. Carter gave a prejty ten
for Mm. Ward ami Mrs. Hough on
Tuesday ntlorr.oon, anil there, woro
nbout llltccn present.1' TI10 delicious
lifreshmcnls which wc nhvajH get nt
Xlis. Carter's weru niiuh enjojed.
Mrs. Mary ('.linn hail beep spending
Iho piiHt week with bo Knxon llluliopa.
Her dancing class will begin next
v.eek and she has many new dancer,
which nro all tho rsgo In Now York
and abroad lo teach her pupils.
Miss Allco Cooper has Issued Invi
tations for n poverty party lo bo given
ut her homo al Munon a week from
tonight, and thoso who'hsvo hoc 11 ask
ed nro anticipating n most delightful
and merry ovcnlng.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex.' Bcott aro domi
ciled at tho Alexander Young (or two
weeks. Thoy then expeck to go In
Maul, returning to Honolulu nnd
thenco to Mexico.
Captain nud Mrs. Armlstpad, neo
Tutt, woll known In Honolulu, aio
pnshongcrs In tho Ventura. Tho Ar
misleads were mnrrli'd In Mnulea.
Mi. and Mrs, IMward Walton and
family nio spending a fow dajs at
Doctors Recommend It For
Borden's Eagle Brand
Saler.th.in ordinary cow's milk because It Is absolutely sterilized.
It Is simply rich, pure, selected cow's milk with sugar added, thick
ened by evaporation to about one fourth Its bulk.
Best for all household purposes and perfectly reliable as an Infants'
Every can bears the signature of Gall Dorden.
Represents the highest degreo of excellence. Condensed from only
the very best selected, pure, rich milk (unsweetened), and sterilized. Ex
cedent tor Ice cream, coffee and all cooking purposes.
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
THEO. H. DAVIES & COMPANY, LIMITED,
i-aSc. -j:b2.dJJji,. uto . JLvaJt'k.ikJktA.Jf. &,