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nvnNiNTi nuu.uTiN. Honolulu, t. ii., satuuday, rim. Ifi. 1007
If you have bonn very III, and are not
recovering at fast as you enpecled,
Ayer's Sarapanlla will make your Wood
puro and will glyo you strength and
Mrs. H. Meghan', Hotart, sends this let
ter, with her photngr.-iplit
"Afler recovering from n long attack of
typhoid feterl sulTered fron a poor app
tito and grenf dopretitlon, and was ao w eak
I could hardly walk. Havinc teen
dverllseil as ncli a gno'l Mood purifier
and central tunic, I tliousht I would try It.
I did ao,' and soon my old strength came
Kick, my nppctito returned, and before I
had finished Iho rcconl liottln t could do
all my work Just as well as More."
There aro many Imitation
Bo sure you get 'J AYER'S."
Arsn-a rii.Li,ihobrtfuiiir Uniir.
Want your clothes made
to your measure by n tal
lor, If you could get them
for the same price as you
pay for ready-to-weara (or
We make (jarments that
have Individual distinction
and give the wearer a
(jrace and style not ac
quired In rcady-to-wcars.
( In other word, they fit
and rjlve satisfaction for
the cam price.
Geo. Ai ft&artin.
. HOTEL STREET.
0 Cottages and Leasehold Interest at
Cunha's Lane, These houses arc con
nected with sewer and bring- a month
ly rental of $72.50,
C. F. GUIiland,
923 FORT STREET.
Men Who Build
wagons and carriages are certainly
,ul)lc to ropair thcin, That h the rea
son vhy the workmen in our Repair
Department do the highest-class
work in the Territory. A Special Is
Made of Painting,
SOWN CARRIAGE GO,.
Queen St., bet. Fort and Alakca,
LEADING W CLEANERS.
Good workmanship guaranteed or
money refunded. Felt, Btraw and
Panama hats cleaned satisfactorily,
Felix Turro, our cleaner, did the ex
' rcllent work for the Expert Hat
Cleaners, up to Feb. 3, 1907.
1 Hats called for and delivered,
1104 Fort St. opp. Convent.
Phone Main 493.
Telix Turro, Prop. Alf. Gumbs, Mgr.
3UPPLIE8 ''LANTATION8, FAMI
LIES. SHIPPERS AND STORE'
A Christian Japaucsc, first-class cook,
desires position ; good references.
All kinds of contract work done at
rrnsonablc prices, ,
Phone Whito 2076. River nr, Hotel St
Special Attention Given to
J. M, LEVY & CO.,
(Continued from l'nee 0)
gloves, libel; hIIioih and n satchel
filled with small editions of the Even
ing Ilitltctln attached by n white satin
ribbon with "Kxtra" "Spcclnl" In red
upon its surface, was slung across
bcr shoulder. She carried n pine ncz
mi 'I wren she saw n striking costiimo
tool: out ftoni the satchel n note-hoolc
mid Jolted down descriptions, etc.
She rnilrntutcd the newsboys and
Hiontud "L'xtru llullclln."
The supper was served In tha dining-room
and along the Idimls. Dane
lug continued until n Into hour and
reluctant good-byes were exchanged
nnd the Mardi (Irns wus voted a
To Mrs. Helen Noonnn, Miss Noltu
nnd Mr. .1 limes McUrcw credit Is duo
to the making nnd decoration of the
throne, and the boxes, nnd tho Iannis
and hnll-rooni were the handiwork of
I no rest of tho committee. In charge.
Tlio success of tho undertaking was
due to the untiring ctivtgy of tho
Vice President of thd League,, Mrs.
W. M. (iraliam, ably nxililr-il liy tho
Piosldcnt. .Mr. 1). Howard Hitchcock.
The dlffcrcnl cimiiifttccs worked like
liojiius nnd thn costiiino committee
for du)n met at Mrs. A.- Wlltler's to
design the Court dresses' nnd Iho
Kverythlng seemed to go smoothly
nnd tho various committee's worked
like one small body. Mr. Uurrcy's
unique little souvenir of the occasion
has been much admired, Tho supper
was under tho dlrcctlou of Mrs. Har
ry Lewis, assisted by Miss "Winston,
nod It was voted good. Mr. Kills' or
chestra and Mr. Merger's band played
unceasingly nnd delighted tho many
strangcis. Mr. llertscho did all lu
Ills power to make tho evening pleas
ant, and the League won apprecia
tion. Tho list of patronesses Is as fol
lows: Princess Kawnnnmiko.i, Mrs,
Clarence 11. Cooke, Mrs. J. S. Mo
ll row, Mrs. II. I). Tenney, Mrs. C. du
Hoi, Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. Mnnnlo
Phillips, Mrs. A. Fuller, Mrs. T.
I. King. Mrs. C. M. V. Forstcr, Mrs.
W. W. llnll. Mrs. W. Pfotcnhiiucr,
Mrs. It. do II. Luynrd, Mrs, (Icorga
Itodlck, Mis. Henry Mnrfnrluue, Mrs.
P. Klnmp, Mrs. It. I'. Lnnge, Mrs.
William l.auz. Mm. A. O. Hnwes Jr.,
Mrs. John S. Walker, Mrs. L. L. Mc
Cnudlcss, Mrs. A. Constable, Mrs. K.
W. Macfnrlano, Mrs. J. A. McCand
less, Mis. 11. V. Murray, Mrs. Ilruco
MoV. Macknll, Mrs. F. II. Hiiniyhrls,
Mrs. W. Horfmiinn, Mrs. J. M. Dow
tctt, Mrs. Ilrnincrd Smith, Mrs. M.
M Scott. Mrs. Hlclinrd Ivcrs, Mrs. J.
U. (Inlt, Mrs. W. A. Kinney, Mrs. .
Anderson, Mis. A. T. Hrock, Mrs. T.
W. Hnbron, Mm. C. 0. Ilallcntyne,
Mrs. T. (I. Thrum, Mrs. George Hon
ton, Mm. Hill II Waterman, Mrs. Wolls
Petoison, Mrs. W. M. (Jlffnrd, Mrs,
A. II. In Kails, Mrs. A. (itirtenherg,
Mrs. K S, Ciinhn. Mrs. O. W. A. King,
Miss Ida I'opc, Mrs. Robert More, Miss
Alice M. rolkor. Miss A. McCarthy.
Mrs. O. Augur, Mrs. Deroto, Mis, W.
A. Loe, Mrs. Albert .lucid. Mrs. Camp
bell-Parker, Mis. II. L. Marx, Mrs.
!'. J, Lowicy, Mrs. (',. Montague
Cooke, Jr.. Mrs. 1!. 10. l'.ixlon, Mrs.
Overheard at the Mardi Gras
Little Jteil Hiding Hood tn un
masked spectator: "Oh, yes; don't
fear; no plllkla!" upon' being asked
"Do I know you unmasked?"
Illg Clown (to fair unknown): "Do
you know who 1 am?" "Oh, yes: I
know you wcro a fool!" said thn fair
Two little led dovlls who arrived
with tliolr respective spouses In oven
lug dress, upon leaching tho dressing
loom put on their dominoes, going
Immediately to thn ball-room, leaving
tho two "hubbies" cooling their heads
for three-quarters of an hour waiting
lor tho two naughty wives. It finally
dawned upon Mr. W . who s.ild: "I
believe these girls aro fooling us."
Mr S also still holding the, orchid
bouquet, rushed to tho ball-room In
search of his wife. .
There were many amusing little In
cidents at tile Mardi Unit!. Wives
wcro torn from their husbands and
forced to listen to very up-to-dato
lonvcrsathiiiH regular Mardi (Iras
A certain smart dame of high de
gree found heiself talking to an
t'liiuslng clown whom she thought to
ho her next-door neighbor, and It
proved embarrassing. It was u tor
lllile moment for the exclusive mem
ber of Honolulu's " 'Igh society."
On tho lawn at the tear o( tho ho-
Aol u crowd of nearly thrcn hundred
had gathered to seo as much ns could
he seen without tho aid of the mystic
yellow ticket. s
An excellent view of the maskers
wns had from this point of vantage
ns they passed along the lanal to the
liall-iooni. Tho lawn settees, niiido
to neconimoduto four persons com
lortnbly, weio required to do duty
for slxt No sooner hud the bund left
tho summer-houso on tho lawn to
take up its position on the lanal, than
Hie t-eats were gobbled up In a man
ner that icmlnded one of apple-steal-Sue
exploits ot boyhood d.iyB,
One young, lady had perched her-
self on tho top rail of n kotlao, whllo
her companions, three In number, oc
rupled the remainder of tho scat In
nn orthodox manner. At the appear
nnce of tho "rooster" tho companions
of the hlgh-porchcu young lady
sprang to their feet, the better to see
all that was going on, nnd If It had
not been for n gentleman singling
just behind the high-perched young
lady it Is feared there would Iuio
been exhibited a costume not down
on tho books.
Intcr;nn during the eentng qultn
n number or "foi tunnies" mingled
with "iinfortunntcs" on the lawn. It
wits an unusual sight to see one of
the "satanlc Imps" standing at tho
water's edge listening lo the music ol
the waves ns they splashed on tin'
A little gill was heard to Interro
gate her mother: "Mamma, what do
those people put on them funny
things for?" To which the mother
leplled, "llcrimsc they have got moro
than two iIoII.iih and a half, I ex
Sum .lohtn on left the scene of fes
tivities early. l wore the costume
ot ii Japanese wan lor of the six
teenth century and as it weighed scv-intry-llvo
pounds lie found it rather
warm. Sam stated that when ho left
tho ball It really only weighed sixty
five pounds, as he hail lost ten pounds
of flesh himself so had that much less
to carry nioiind.
Hx-County tturiuy Kdillo Douth
Itt wore u dnmlnoc half black '.mil
half white, which caused many to ask
.If he woro masquerading as a fnwir
ite brand of Scotch.
When (Jcoige Davis came out-nftrr
unmasking, lomeone unkindly asked
him whether hu went as a student or
a butler, which caused a tart rejoind
er from tho attorney, who wns attir
ed In thn costume of Queen's counsel
or, which ho has every right to wear
There wns one rather stout lady
on tho floor who, while still masked,
asked Walter Doylo If ho know who
the wns. Tho latter. In nno of his fits
of gallantry, replied: "Oh, yes; you
nia O O- -" (mentioning a -very
trim llttlo lady who weighs about 100
pounds), Ho receives u cold nod, now
ns they pass by.
One member of tho legal piofesslon
risked tho other for u rpiggostlon for
his costume and wns advised to go
disguised as an attorney. This hap
Ilicned In tha Attorney (leticral's De
partment. Another distinguished le
giil ltghlwns advised to chalk his
head and go as u billiard cue.
A charming lea was glvonjiy Mrs.
(Jeorgo Potter lit her villa In Nuunnu
Valley on Monday afternoon In hon
or of Mrs. Francis P. Ilurkc.of New
York, who Is a guest with her son nt
tho Moan a Hotel.
Mrs, Potter presented tho guests to
Mrs. Ilurkc, who was daintily dicsed
In white nud carried n bouquet of vio
lets, Mis. lluiko bus a Icnely face
nnd charmed o or body by her sweet
manner. Mrs. Potter looked very
pretty in a whlto-embroldcred frock,
and tho rooms weio fragrant with
roses, which were hcattcrcd about In
S.rcat abundance Lu France, Cordon
Dennetts and the jtiuerUnii llcniitics
made u lino showing, Iloforc the
doors and windows ropes of delicate
vines made fragrant portieres. At
the entrance a large bciwl of milk
I'oweis, with their wiixey leaves, was
much iiclmlied, and lu .the dining
loom a tall Jar of orimpiental vines
looked most artistic. Itoscs adorned
tho little tahles placed In tlto llbriuy
'inn dining-rooms, and tho tea-cloths
were also emljicilileied in roses. Miss
Lady Mnrfnrluna presided over tho
punch-howl and pictty gills, among
whom wero Misses Marlon Srntt, Lor
n a laiikea, Trevotlyn, Kthel Monsur
: nt. Klsa Schaofer, Holen Aloxnndor,
Helen nnd Alice Macfarlann, Corde
lia Walker, passed tho delicious re
freshments. Among the guests wore
Mis. James II, C.istlo, Mrs. Francis
M. Sweiuy, Mrs. Honry Mncfarliinc,
Mrs. Fred. Maefai lane, Mrs, Hurry
Macfarluno Jr., Mis. A. (inrtloy, Mis.
Charles Wlldor, Mrs. (lullck, Mrs.
Spalding, Miss Spalding, Mrs. Itlcb
aril I vers, MrH, John llussell, Mrs. S.
M. Damon, Mis, J. S. Walker, Mrs.
F. II, Hiimphrls, Mm. Alexander, Mm.
Afong, Mrs. Alexander Llndroy, Mi si
Francis Ony, Mrs, Herman Focko,
Mm. (leorgo Itodlok, Mrs. A. Fuller,
MIsh Walker, Mis. M. Phillips, Miss
lesslo Kaufman, Miss Waterman, Mrs,
llialpcrd Smith, Mis, Hindi, Mrs, von
Holt, nud Mis. A. (I. Hnwes Jr.
Tho Tilttlo-Monsarrat wedding on
Monday evening at S(, Androw's C'u
tiled) ul was tolcbiatcd bofoie n large
number of rolatlvcs and friends. The
Lolouin service of tho Kplscopnl
Cnurch was used and the Itev. Canon
Mackintosh pel formed tho Imprcsnivo
service. Pieclsely at 8 o'clock the
wedding party walked iitlie aisle
to the chancel steps. Miss Tuttle, n
beautiful girl, on tho nun of Mr. Alun
K. Douglas, was met at tho altar by
Iho groom, who was supported by Mr,
J. O. Curler Jr Tho bridesmaid, Mlesi
Marie Douglas, preceded tho bride, to
tho altar. When tho newly married
couple walkod down the nlsle the
gloilous stuilns of tho "Wedding
Mnich," magnificently plujcd by Mr.
l?ode, pealed forth.
Tho hi Ido woro an exquisite frnek
of real lnco over clillfou nud taflla,
en Princess, and this was trimmed
with chiffon roses She wore n veil
which wns held In place by ornngo
blossoms, nnd she carried n shower
bouquet of bride's roses. The cos
tume enhanced tho beauty of the
hrldc, nnd sho wns shoiveicd with
compliments by everybody. Tho
bridesmaid looked very sweet in blue
silk luce over taffeta of the same hue.
1 Ills was further embellished with
blue satin ribbon, on which were np
pllqucd forget-me-nots nnd leaves
embossed With gold Tho shower
bouquet wns nlso of forget-me-nots.
Mis. Monsurrnt, the mother of tho
groom, looked very handsome in a
lingnillrcnt toilette. Tho chancel
wus exquisitely decorated lu whllo
llllles, whiU- chrysanthemums and
green, and at the fool of the altar
wcro bamboo palms and greens. Aft-
Lcr the ceremony Air. and Mrs. Mnn-
i.trrnt were given n reception liy Mr.
and Mrs. Douglas, and many Intlmato
friends nnd relnthes greeted them on
their arrival. Mrs. Douglas was at
tired lu white silk plim over while
taffeta, and this wns uppllqucd with
blue and pink silk. Sho also woro
diamond ornaments, lloantlfnl pres
ents were on view ami .they are still
flic faiewell banquet which was giv
en by the Japanese inert limits nt the
Rhtn Itlu Id hotel rrhln night in hon
or of A. K. Oznwn.who leaves for Japan
on tho America Mnru, duo hero on
the 20th, wns typically a Japanese nf-
mil. The Herniation-, were tho na-
Promlc,,rUmonK thosAvho attended
wcro Consul Cciicrnl Halto and his sec-
letnrics. Manager Altai of'the Yoltoha-
ma Specio Dank, Drs. Kohayashl, Hal-
da, Mltamura. Kntslokl mid Katsunu-t
ma, liitrxprateis Ceo. Yamnda of tho
Circuit Court. K. Ono, Tashlro, Nakn-
miirn. meinbera of the merchant, hotel
and 'link unions, pastors of different
lellgloiis denominations nnd reprcsen
tat'ves of practlcoH) eicry walk of
life. The tables lu the mnln dining
hall wcro arranged In shoo form nnd
wero loaded vlth all the delicacies of
tho land of the chrysanthemum. Oza
wa, tho guest of honor sat on tho inn
kal end, whllo Consul Halto sat on his
right and Mr. A kal on his left. The
lest of tho guests weio "Ivcli seats ac-l
cording to number, und the hosts, whci
nlso nrted as unhers, contented them
. i .,i. - .,,.., ... i
ri;itin in lyiiiiiiuc uiiMiiK iiium. iieioru
tho feasting (wlri commenced, Itev.
Oktimurn cnllcil on Consul Snlto for n
speech. Tlio Consul said that wjille,
ho felt sorry"rdr tfi departure nfi O&i
wii from IheTlslumK he was not at all
rurprlsed to know that he with nil tho
inospcious prospects for his future,
would enter tho mainland law colleges
with determination to be somcttmo lu
tho future a rull-lledged lawyer. He
hoped that alter, Ozauu had romnlet-
id his studies,, tin .would return to Ha
waii ncl to lender his borvlccs. Oza-w-.i
had been a valuable clllr.en nnd
would ba nil tho moro valuable after
his graduation. He was but thlrti-
two years old and It would only lie a
matter of four years absence before he
would he back Consul Snlto empha
sized the fact that It would be u credit
to Japan to- hao from among her
sons In Hawaii nel uueh' joimg men ns
Oznwn. who was Just beginning to
prove himself worthy of the consider
ation of the whole community. At
tho close of his speech Consul Salto
called for huuznls and proposed that
an snouiii stand and drink the health
und futiira success of their friend Oea
wii. In tho absence of Dr. Kiitsununia.
K. Hagn, manager of tho Kuljo hotel,
acted as toastmnster. During tho din
ner, speeches wcro made by Mniiancr
Aka! of the Yokohama Specie ll.ink,
. Knwamiru, Kawasaki, Itev. Ito,
S. Kolluia, (leo Ynmadii of tho Circuit
Court nud I. Ishlmiira. Tlio Inst
mimed,- though a Japanese, who has
lived In the islands for tho lust eigh
teen years, sooko In Hawaiian and had
Ills icmnrks Interpreted Into Jnpiiuce
The geisha girls, who wcro iiiotllly
dressed, whlled nwny the lime in n
mosi entertaining manner. Ilcfnro tho
guests left tho hall, Ozawu was called
upon for a sjioich. Ho thanked thu
guests for iesnidlng to the invita
tions extended them by the committee
and commented feelingly ii-kiii thu
kindness which he received nt their
hands. Tho famous parting Hawaiian
song "Aloha no" was sung and all tho
guests Joined In tho chorus.
Last Filclay eenlug at the Moanu
llotol Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Cuso Deci
ing wero tho host and hostess of a
beautiful dinner. Tlio lingo rustle
In miniature which adorned the i ou
ter of the tulile, was a masterpiece of
artistic skill. Ited lights Illumined
the Interior In a realistic manner,
and thu castle was placed In a garden
of maidenhair. Iland-palnted sum
pans wero the odd piacc-cards, and
lllver candlesticks with red shades
enhanced a charming effect. Among
tho guests weio Mr. and Mis. It, N,
Pntou, Mr and Mrs. jlitycH-llrnoko,
Mr. und Mis Clifford Kimhiill und
Mr, and Mrs, Honry Miicfnrlniin. Tho
whole party went on to the Univer
Cards have been received ns follows:
"Tho Coi'imlllal Scnlco will bo held In
tho Mortuary ('Impel of Fiiirmountl looking halo and hearty, iiotwltlistiitid
teuiuleiy wlteji tho remains of Kdwan( Ing his terrlhlo ruithquako experiences,
Oeorge Slolher will bo reunited to the'
Maiuoleum. Wednesday morning, Feb- Ml. and Mrs. George Ileyuolds leave
rmiry Iho sixth, at eleven o'clock. No
llowerH." Mis. Sloiher has been III
Denver fur man) months attending
to the hiiihlliiK or tho marble mnuso-
loiim for tho lemalus of her husband
Now that this Is completed sho will,
lake a trip to tho Orient ln Honolulu,
Miss Inez MacKinnon, who enmo from
Hnelnnil In vIhIi tier In Jnilllnri. will
ncronipuny Mis Slolher In-her traveUi. VllBtnii entertained nt dinner on Frl
.Miss MacKinnon, l the way, Is en-1 day Inst for Prlnrp and Princess Ka
gaf,eil to 'main u ilellshlfnl F.hbIWIi- wtiuanal.n.1 and Mr. and Mrs. A. (I.
man, Mr Harrtecamle, who bao a placo Hftwea Jr nt the Moana Hotel.
In CliPBuhlre, She met him In.Bcntlnnil
while visiting her upcle, Mi. Thciiiiun (Adilitioiml Social News on, Page 3)
MacKinnon. .Miss MncKlniioii will not
bo innrrleci for a year. Meanwhile .we
tuny have tno plcnsure of greeting
Mrs. Ororgs Cook pf Marinette, Wis.,
who is nt the Hawaiian Hotel, has
Lent word lo the Chicago nud .Mari
nette papers to iiniioiinco the engage
ment of her daughter Sunniine lo Mr.
W. D. Adams of this city.
Tho parade on Washington's lllith
day Is (he next thing to amuse the
public. Mr Walter Dillingham Is
iNorklng hard to get everything lu
icndlncss and tho various lommlttees
have bron chosen. The five Prlntcsscs
of Hie different Islands will properly
rttrnct great attention. They are well
ibosen, for cory ono is n good horse
woman, and the animals which they'
will ride nic all beauties. There are
icvernl limit lunches being given on
that day and oerj thing Is being done
to make the parade a success.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Atkinson are
being wnnnly welcomed to- Honolulu.
They are the jtursts at iiresent of Mr.
l.ml .Mrs. S.-t). Wilder in Nuunnu Val
ley. Mrs. Atkinson, neo Kitchen, Is
one of tho most xpular girls here. She
Is a beautiful denture and nt tho
Miuili (lias the other evening in her
cxqulslto toilette of white lxlsli hue,
tulle unci satin, was much admired
There nic many dinners and luncbei
being planned in honor of tho bride
Mrs. Arnold Pike ns the Ficnch
' "' a decided Lit at the Mardi
a",s " riiesdny. Her friends did not
know her niuljdic followed tlio Itoosler
with lira In her eye, and acted tho patt
The nillllniv lion at the Seaside on
Wednesday evening was well attended
by tho Aimy and Navy rontlngcnc)
Most of tho local beaux nnd belles wero
loo (lied to show cneigy nud only rel
mnlnecl for n little while. Tho clon
ing wns delightfully spent nnd every
body seemed to have u good time. Tho
ladles and gentlemen of tho transport
l.ogorrwero much lu evidence. Tlio
music was good ami the Hour perfect.
Lieut, unci Mrs. Wesley Hamilton,
who arc nt Fort Flagler, Washington,
are quite enjoying the life. Mrs. Ham
ilton lias entirely rermoicd from he
seieie Illness and Is herself onco mor.
As Lillian II.Kou'r.bci wns one ot the
most popular girls here. Captain nnd
Mrs. Newton are stationed nt Wonleu,
which forms a trhinglo with Flagler
end Coscy, Lieut, and Mrs. Newton
rave an chiboruto dinner In honor of
Mr. unci Mrs. Patterson (neo Stella
I-o've) who live In Seattle, quite re
ccntly. They My Mrs. Patterson Is
looking very pretty, and Is happy In
her 'new abode. ,
The Valentine d.inco given by tho
Sophomores of tlio'Htg'.i School at tho
Conimercl.ll Hall lust night was a
very brilliant affair.
Hon ii 1 1 ft I decorations made a per
fect hriiuty bower of tho ol'd hall. The
edit for tho skillful iiiiitiagcmonl
of things Is to be given to Misses
I'loicncn Towso, IMIth Smith, Dan
King and Harold Johnslonn.
Hearts of all sizes popped out from
most unuxperted places and thn beau
tifying throughout was very appro
prlutu to the occasion.
With Scott Pratt ns postmaster ev
erybody got a valentine,
Thn punchbowl was presided mer
by Miss Kthel Carter.
A reception wns given on Wednes
day in liorJiiVitf Chinese New Year h)
Consul nud MrH., Hilling Tho Fan at
the Consulate. -The receiving url),
besides the. popular Consul ni-d his
dimming wife, wero Princess Theresa
Wilcox and Miss Chun Ainoy. The
rich Oriental costumcs'iyf tho Comu!
and his wilo wero much admired. Their
daughter was dressed .simply in whllo
and looked very tweet and girlish. Thu
several moms at thn Consulate wero
benutirully decorated and Chinese
sweetmeats and punch wcro generally
scried. Tho Hawaiian lluuil, stationed
In the grounds, discoursed sweet mucin
llllOllglloill mn.rrccpiiuil. liivm nan
i', continual lino of callers.
Mossi s. W. S. Fnizer and II. W. llnr-
den have departed for (Ilium to take
up their duties at the cable station
Dr. Clifford High's jirotty bungalow
on Llllha stieet Is being nuicli ailiuircii,
The proximity to tho club house Is a
grcnt fciituio for those purchasing
property In that part ot town.
Among those who arrived in tho
Korea weio Mr. mid 'Mrs. David lllc.e,
prominent iiosion pronto wno are in
lug at tho Moana holed, Mrs. like
(neo llrower) Is u cousin of Juilgo
Hatch. Col. A. (1. lluwcs, of Sail Finn
cisui was nlso un arrhal and will visit
nt Suns Sour! for six months. Ho Is
today for a trip to the Sandwich l-
hinds They will tall from San Fran
! Cisco January IT. The trip Is being
tnken with a view to the Improvement
i()l .Mr. Reynolds' health, which bus
been fulling Of lAto. Bait I-tko Hopub-
Mr. John II. IHIss and Miss Nannie
902-9 M Nuuanu Street.
Importers and Dealers in
Fruity Rhymes .
Oh! let them conic, tho 'Puro food raid,"
Como and seo iv Chutnoy made,
flood, clean and hoi, pungent and snappy,
Why, tho pure food men will go nwny happy!
Invites .ill visitors to Honolulu to call and taste her Island preserves
181 HOTEL STREET.
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The Harrison Mutual Burial Ass'n
Messrs. Harrison Mutual liurlul Abso
ficntlcnien: Your Association not
only assures evciy member of a plop
or and decent burial at a ery small
cost, hill rcllewH others of it responsi
bility they aro not nlwayn picparcd
FATIimt H. VALHNTIN.
Messrs. llnriiscin Mutual lluilal Asso
Gentlemen: I have carefully lines-
limited tho plans nf your Association
and um heaillly in fainr with the
idea. You may put mo on your list as
a member, nnd I recommend overyono
to Join whether lliey think they will
need tho beiiedt or not. '
WM. W. HALL.
I value highly my own membership
In tho Harrison Mutual Ilurlal Asso
ciation und recommend oicry man,
woman and child In Honolulu lo join
p. o. joni:s.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Cash on hund and In hanks. 87,0 IK a
llnnils 5,600 01)
Stockn and other ,lncst-
lortgngos beciirod by teal
Loans, demand ami tlmo,, uii:,7rS.8t
Furniture and fixtures ... D, 151.07
Accrued Intorest rccelv.
Assets other Ihnii thoso
specified nliovu H, 131.70
150,t90.3tl . tr,190.31
Teriltmy nf Hawaii, County of,Oahu.
I, A. N. Campbell, Treasurer of .tho Henry Wntorhoiiso Trust Co, Ltd,
do Milomnly swear that tho abovo stulei'icnt Ib truo to tho lest of my
mow ledge anil belief.
A. N. CAMPHIXL.
Subscribed and sworn to boforo ire this 1st day of January, "iDii".
Notury;PubHc.' First Judicial 'Circuit:" ;
'Phone Main 308
Fine Wines and Liquors.
(icntlcmen. I cheerfully glvn mv
Indorsement to tho Harrison Mutual
Ilurlal plan nnd bcllovo It a great bcu
Lilt to Iho community.
Very truly yours.
II. II. PAIlKCIt.
Harrison Mutual liurlul Association:
(icntlcmen: Kiery man ought to
carry sumo kind of Insurance. It soonis
to mo that this should como first, and
I lmo yet to find a plan which scorns
more practical or iiicuo reasonnblo .
than youis. Am glaci I l(nio been u
member fmm the start .
Very truly yours,
HIINIIY C .HROWN.
Mr, W. W. Hall:
I became a member of thn nssocla-.
tlou or which j cm aro tho probblcnt, a
litll'j after Its start, und am satlstlcil,
wilh what It has fulfilled. Thb'deccus
cd mombora have rccchcd burial re
spectably, and had It, not keen for
your association their Ihlng onus
would iindouhtudly feel the; funeral ex
pense considerably I recommend ov
oiy mini and woman and rhlld to Join
In. DA'MD L. AI.
Subscribed . ..J200.000.00
Id p o r ceiil.- , .
paid lu 80,000.00
nhlllty l'JO.OOO.OO ,
Undivided profits 31,7K.II
Trust and agency accounts .1u,3la.00
Accrued' Intorest payable,' U19..18
Llu'bllllles other thin thoso
ipcclflod above s 3,788. 5H
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