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(Additional Social News on Page C)
Mr. C. .J. Iliitclilns wns tho charm
ing hostess of ii particularly enjoy
nlilu bridge-tc.i yestotdny nftcrnoon tit
her lenldonco on Thurston nvcnito. (
Tin) drat prize, n miniature frunio of
dirvcil lwiry, wns won by Mrs. Dyer!
mill lo Jim. lVedcrlc Kliimp wns glv-
on mi cmbioldeiod linen centerpiece
fur a tniisolnllon prlrc. There wufti
miu table of "tlvn liiimlrril" nnil tlin
brst prize whh won by Jim. Iwln. u
Hlk-elubloldored fun with curved lv-1
nry ptli-kB. Tliu delicious lofiosh-1
liionts passed n happy liimr befom the'
departure of tlio guests.
A beautiful dinner was given at
Cialgsldo last evening liy Mr. Hint .Mm.
Cllvc D.tvlos In lionor of tliu Acting
llrlllsh C'oiihiiI. .Mr. Hinder, nnil Jim.
Komler. I'lnlc insert nnil inalileiilialr
wcie lavishly iihoiI III tho tnlilo decor
iiIIhiih In conjunction Willi pink-shaded
;i lulled The guests Included Mr. win '
Mm. Augustus Kiiiiilxen. Mr. unit Mm.
Mnutnguu Conko, Jr., Jllsx Harding,
Miss JIoiizIom, Cnptiiln Jlotcnlf nnil .Mr. ,
8. M. Il.illoii. i
Auto Party i
Mr. II. V. Snow, -!if Ih n kiiobI lit
(he Young, gavo II delightful '""
party In llnlolwn this wok. Dinner
wan served In n niiwl ngrccablo fashion
nnil 'mine host" llldgood, illil hllilfloK
promt. .Mr. Snow repicHenlH tho Hel-,
enlille American. I
Mm. .MrClniialinn gave n dinner taut
Sntmduy evening nt tlie Alexander
YoiiiiK .Hotel In liTuior of lier daughter
Justine's eighteenth blrlhduy. Tliero
weio many of the lounger net present.
n:nl the table was decorated with the, i
charming liuto for whlcli Mrs. Jtc
Clamihau Is Justly noted.
The rcalUence of Dr. mid Mm. John
SlrniT Mcdrew wan the scene of nil
"at home" last mt'iilnir, which puived
to he u very enjoyable ninsleal een
iiiK. Dr. mill Mm Mcdiew received
' their KnetM In the diunlni; loom, aa
xlKleil hy Mrs. C'oojier ami Miss Haul
away. .Mrs. MrdiHW, who has onl
jtist rcnuercil from a neveru lllnesu,
lool.til very nniidnonio anil dlntln-
Kiilthid In n white toilette iclluved by I
loiiuuea of mauve, nnil her ornamentx
were dlamomls. Mra. Cooper wiih In
yellow brouuled Kilin trimmed with
point hue. 'I .io Doctor llttted alKint
Willi his well Iviimvn hospitality mid
-polio Jo eveiybody. The rooms weie
Irarant with cut llowcrs, and on tho
piano wnd iilared a largu Jar of white
llllles. A delicious nml siibstanlhil
Biipper waH heived after the miislral
part of tlio proKram was finished.
Those who asclsted in nialilnt; tho
fveiiliiR so fiijoynlile were Mm. Ten
ney I'eck, who not only ai'i-ompanled
niany of the ai lists, but uinc liemclf
In u lili;hly llulahed manner. MU
Irni(:ard Schuefer, who baiiu eiy
Mweetly. Mm. Kraiicls Gay was Ulnd
'.noiicli not to dlsapiKilnc tier hostess,
iiHIiourIi, sho said r.ho was BUfferlUK
trout n bad cold. Her tones were true
mid clear, however, and her song much
enjoyed. Mrs. Charles Cooper ulto
cviiiiK dellshtfully. Mrs. OeurRf Mac
farlane's line volto was heard to ad
vantage and fur uu encore she Rave
"Tho 1-ist Hose of Summer" In her
best luauuer. Miss Drinlllu Marx hung
nmwilllcently mid for mi encoiu rc
KimiidPd by clmiliiK In KiikIIsIi, tho Orst
niimhar bdup In Italian. Mm. Lewis,
of lllli). plned heveial numbers in
Kood Etle, mid Mr. Clifford Kimball
WILL LEAD SHRINERS
JtHftf CUT DOWN
JKHP' ICE BILLS
TO PRESERVE YOUR FOOD PROPERLY AT THE LEAST COST use the
Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator
It saves ice bills by its fine construction and insulation and allows free circulation of cold air inside the refrigerator. Has eight
thick walls filled with the best non-conductors of heat known to science. The door locks absolutely air-tight. Keeps cold air in and
warm air out.
If you arc not perfectly satisfied with .this refrigerator wc return your money.
H, HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
THE ''I AM" OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
MARK TWAIN'S BOOKS REVIEWED BY SYDNEY G. P. CORYN
IN THE ARGONAUT
DR. CHAS. B. COOPER
Dr. Cooper is Delegate to the Imperial Council of the Mystic Shrine
sitting nt Los Angeles. He will represent Aloha Tcmole of Honolulu and
head. the Arab Patrol, which leaves fcr Los Angeles Tuesday.
pleased everybody by his charming i James Spencer, Mr. nnil Mrs. Denleon,
miiik. Mr. Arthur Wall wns la excel-,. Mr. ami Mm. Jllat. Mr. ami Mm. 11.
'int voice uud lib bright lltllu Kienel i.Mnrx, Dr. mid Mm. Walter Ililncker
'iiik was iiiueli applauded. Mr. James hof, Mr. and Mrs. AiiRiistiiH Kniidseu,
Douiiheily's sweet olie ;uvn ureal Mr. nml Mrs. Krle Kniidhcu, Mrs.
plensii.-j ati.il tho violin obllwilo of Mm. , ICiindsen, JuiIko mid Mm. Hail, Mr.
Cooper, with Jim. Lewis nt the piano, , mid Mm. McCaudless. JuiIko uud Mrs.
was ipille u feature of tho ovcnlnK'n '.Indsey. Mr. ami .Mm. James Wilder,
cnteitnlniiKnt. Mr. Stockman a I ho,. Mr and Mrs. KniuK Cooke, Mr. mid
Kuut; most umrlnhly mid the musical Mm. Ulrfnrd, Mr uud Mm. Wlthlmttou,
piojrnm wns voted it great succes. by ' M and Mm. Ilriilon. Mr. mid Mm.
cvciInii1. AimiiiH uiiMB inviii'ii aim """ "ll11""' "' """ ""
piei.eiit were I'liiu'e and Princess Kn- Chniles Wilder, Mr. mid Mm. K
wannniikna, Mr. and Mis. Schuefer, Klawp. r. and Mm. Mooie, Mr. mid
Mr. and Mm. Swnnzy. .Mr. and .Mrs. Mia von Ilainin, Dr. mid Mrs. Mon
Ilottoiuley, Jlr. and Mrs. Scott, Mr. MtrM. Mr. arteuwell, Mr. and Mm.
nml Mrs. V. n. Hmltli. Rnvernor and HnUtcail, Mrs. Uicklaud. Major and
"Clulstlan Stleuce," by Mink
Twain, Is a book with a purpose, a
book that renders a kervlce to tho
the could not come, but she Kent a
message begging tho Htilforer tii
innko himself comfortable and to "re
public, nnd a book that could huo member that there was nothing tliu
Mark ttsks the
Mm. (leorgo Carter, Mr. and Mm. C.
M. Cooke, Mr. mid .Mrs. W. Castle, Mr.
mid Mm. ljiwiey, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Yoftng. .Mr. and .Mm. Matt-Smith, Mr.
mid Mm, II. V. Dillingham, Judge mid
Mir. Kiem, Hev. and Mm. ITHlmiune,
Mr. nnil Mm. rodmoie, Mr. and Mrs.
Holmes,' Mr. uud Mm. Lewis, Mr, mid
Jim. A. Wall, Mr. and Mm. Henry
Cooper, Judge and Jim. SmiTou! 1).
Dole, Mr. mid Mm. Hurilsoii, Mr.
Ooigo Davis, Mrs. Lewis, Jlru. Jlar
p.uret Mmx, Miss Marx, Mr. nnd Jim.
James Dougherty, .MI sit Sehacfer, Dr.
mid Mrs. Horfiumiu, Jlr uud Mrs. Ten
ney l'cclc, Jlr. and Jlrs. Cllvo Davlcs,
Jim. Illehnids. JII.S3 JI. Hopper, Judgo
Mrs. Rancid Ray, Col. and .Mrs.
(leorgo .Macfarlnne, Jlr. and .Mm. Cllf
foid Kimball, .Mr. uud Mm. W. JI. (Ira
hnm, Mr, nnd Jim, Hedemaiiu, Mr. mid
Mm. .lames Jlnu..irr.il, Jlr uud .Mm.
Joidmi, Jim. Kliini" , Mis, A. Kiancls
Juilil. Jllss Nellie Judd, Mr uud Jim,
Mm. Van Vllct, Hev. Jlr. Mackintosh,
Miss von Holt. Jlr. nnd Mm. J. 1
lliowu, JIIss Ill-own, Mr. nnd Jim. At
kinson, .Mr. Atkliifnn, Jlr. mid Mm.
.Mr. nnd Jlrs. Wallaco Kurrliigton,
. J. Cnmiibell, Jim. KlmbnlrT .Mm.
lilckerton, Jlr. lllckerlon, Judgo Hart
well and daughters, Jlr. mid Jim. l'rcil
Jlaeruilnuc. .Mr. Ilruco Cnrtwrlght, Jlr.
and .Mrs. Spalding JIIss l)Cke. Mr.
and Jlru. Hoilpe, Jlr, nnd Jim. I'rlme,
Mr and Mrs. r. C. Jones, Jlr. and Mm.
J. O. Curler, Jim. i:ileu Weaver and
daughter, (lot oritur Clcgliorn. Jlr. and
.Mrs. Kiixon lllsho;), Jlrp. W. C. Wil
der, .Mr, nnd Mm. IMuard Tciiney, Jlrs.
h. Allen, tjautnln mid .Mrs. A. ruller.
been written so eulclently by no oth
er man. It may bo unfortunate that
we need ho thick a coating of sugar
lo our loclal pills, that wo will ac
cept no serious jnewugo unless It
umii8u iim well as instruct, uud that
laughter nnd self-reproach must go
hand In hand, but so long n Hint Is
fo wo nro lucky to linvo Mull ti ineii-i
tor us Mark Twain, whoso slightest
messugo finds an open door nnd a I
hoaity welcome to every Hngllsh-
speaking home In this world of num. Iioiinied yet nguln?"
M.,1? 1'..,il,i linu u!,miri in iin. . 1 LS.
"" " """ "
and to many of us for tho first time'
what Christian Science, actually la
as a philosophy und lis un organiza
tion. It Is with tlio organization Hint
wo are chlelly concerned. Of philos
ophies, America Is strnngelv tolerant.
Her bioad catholicity nllowu every
mini lo make u fool of himself In tho
way that best pleases him, und wo
"Did you toll her I walked oft a
cliff Beenty-tlvo feel high?"
"And struck a boulder nt the bot
tom und bounced?"
"And Mruik another one nnd
"And Htiuck another out) and
Ms 1'nii Isciillr Mr ill'11'' Mr ","1 Mrs- HCIannlinn. Judge
jus. mm iteniierg. .mi. nun ..,. Mu ... i,i,ic,, ,,i t.
The Wants of Women.
"Man wants but littls here below,"
So Poet Goldtmlth used to say!
Out that was many yean rco.
And man, he wants a lot today
A lal of tlilnflt, a house and lot
And woman also wants cotnc ttuff
To put within tho houso bIic's jiotj
Cl.o never ccerno to beve cnotich,
Tho Moral. If you vant to csll
A llttlo WANT AD. mlflht bo well.
mid Mm. V Hoblnsou, Judgo Kings
bury, Jlr. II. '. Wlcliiuan, JIf. and
.Mrs. A. 0. Dawes, Jr.. W. O. Smith.
A delightful diuiitr of the week wns
tho ono given on Thursday by Mr. nnd
Mm. Tenney Tick. A Jirofuslon of
Icholco violets and maidenhair, made
j tho tublo lotely to IihiU iijioii. Among
those pieacut were .Mr. and Jtis. Au
nusius Kuiidsen. -Jml;;o uud Mrs. I.lnd
sa, Jlr, and Mm. Illelniid Iseubcrg,
JIU..I Kntydld Junus, Citptaln Metcalr,
Jlr. Krnest Kual's piognun for this
cvenlng'H eutertiiinmeut In tho Alex
ander Young roof garden, Is uu fol
lows: I'AIIT I
Ovoittno: "I'not unil I'ensnnt" ...
' 1 von Suppo
Knal Jlandollii Oichestra.
Duet: "Soineono Thinks of Some
one" it, by IJ. Kim I
Maigaiet and Helen Center.
Jlandollii kolo: "Hearts and I'low-
Jlusler Kolvln Keecli,
Soprano solo: "Message of thn Violet"
Miss Cllziihoth Knal.
U.mjo duet: "Homo Sweet Homo",
nr. by 15. Kual
Margaret Center uud Hubert
.Medley: "Hawaiian Airs"
arc. by 15. Knal
Cliil'lieu'H Mandolin Club.
Mandolin ipiarlet: "Suwnneo Hlv-
er" air. by (Iiitniau
Until CJuliin, Kelvin Keerh, JI, Cen
ter, Jlr. Krneat Knal,
Selection: "Dieainlng, Love, of
"And broku tho boulders?"
"That accounts for It; she Is think
lug of tho boulders. Why didn't oti
tell her I got hml. too?"
"I did. 1 told her what you told
me: that you worn now but an Inco
herent series of compound fractures
extending from your Kculp.lock to
hnrilly allow omselvu oven to BiuHa Jmir heels, und Hint thn conuulnuted
contemptuously at tlio crudest eiiltll-. projections called joti to look like -i
lies of fnlth and creed, lint towuril ;l.ntrncl.."
dangerous organizations our nltltuiloj "And It wns nflor this that slin
hhoulil bo different. Credulity litis a wished mo lo remember that thori
right to piotertkm against Itself, cv-Jwas nothing tho matter with me?"
en us we protect children and Idiots, "Those wcro her words."
nnd religious despotisms, llko tlio 1 After u night of nngiitsh at lc:nt
commercial vniletlcr. may easily be-'lt Keomed to be anguish, for It bad
tome dangers to the State. Wo may i nil tho signs of It the Christian
allow ourselves tho luxury of itnri-1 Scientist put In an appearance, untl
strained laughter nt Christina Scl-t tho author received his Initiation la
ttice philosophy, but Mark Twain , lo tliu Hosieries. Ho Bhciwed his
himself hits fchown us that Christian tongue, nnd wns nsked to "return It
Science organization Is a thing nt i it In its receptacle. Wo deul with
which wo can not very well nltord to 'the mind only, not with Its dumb ser
laugh. Uniiti," Ho wished to offer his pulso
Hut lot us begin at tlio beginning ''ill could not, "becnuso tlio coniiec
rml allow tho uiithor to tell his own , Hon was brokiin":
Mory. Hu siijb that whllo In Austria! "Just nt that point tho Btubeatnnd
fcomo time ngo he "fell over a cliff In 'ebon Hod on thn cal'H lull, nnd tho
tlio twilight nml bioko somo arms , ml let lly n frenzy of cia profanity,
and legs nnd ono thing or another, I "In a cat's opinion tihout pain vnl
nnd by good luck wns found by some uabla?
peasants who had lost an ass, and "A cut hns no opinion; opinions
they carried mo to the nearest habl- proceed from mind only; tho lower
tutlon." There wns no doctor, but iuiIiiiiIh, being eternally porlslmlilc,
ns luck would have It a Christian ' luivo not been granted mind; with
ficlenco lady practitioner who "could cut mind, opinion Is Impossible.
,i,r nnviiilnir" was In the iiRlubbiir- "Sho merely Imagined sho felt n
hood, und it messago wns sent to her iialn the cat?
to ask for her uld. It wns night nml "Shu can not Imagine a pain, for
Imagining Is mi effect of mind; with- tuiull measure of rational well-being
out mind, there Is no Imagination. A
cut has no Imagination.
"Then she had a real pain?
"I have told ou already that them
lr no Kuril thing ns pain.
"It Is strange and Interesting. 1
do wonder what was tliu matter with
tliu cut. lleenuse, tlicip being no such
thing as real pnln, und she not being
being ublo to Imagine un Imaginary
one. It would seem that Cod, In Ills
pity, has compensated tho cat with
Mime kind of it mysterious emotion
iikjIiIu when her lull Is trodden upon.
which, for the moment. Joins eat and
Christian In ouu common brother
hood of "
Hut mark was not allowed to pin-
Irrelevant, iih the lawyers say; lit
fact, profanntlou nnd blasphemy uud
liable to do an Injury. And so tho
tic'ntmcnt proceeds. Tho fundamen
tal propositions of Christian Sclclico
rro explained. They nro under four
heads: (1) Cod Is all In all; C)
Rod Is good. (looil Is mind; (3) Cod,
cplrlt, being all, nothing Is matter;
of tho physical kind. Wo have all
been laughing with .Mark Twain
these many yearn and have fattened
thereon. Tho author sees nnd ap
plauds what is good In Christian Scl
rnce, nnd lie Is willing enough to tip
tho Kcnlos In its favor whenever he
cnu properly do so. Ho tolls us u
fctory of un old Civil Wnr veteran
nnd ho seems to bellcvo It, too, who
buffered from well-ulglt all the Ills
that llesh Is heir to for twenty yenrs.
Then ho went to a Christian Scien
tist and got well nt once, really and
permanently well, und ho Ih now
' contented nnd happy." "That,"
injs tliu author, "Is a Christian Sci
ence monopoly." With thirty yearn
" " '"" ........ ,1... ,.!. ...II... .I I. !..! .....
Such talk was Itumaterlal and -" "" '.".u '' """""",1 ? "
uccii nolo co iiuii.u miiu oiu Homier
"contented nnd happy."
(Continued on Monday)
THE .SALVATION ARMY
Tho Salvation Army. Meetings In
tho hall, corner of King street nnd
Niltianu avenue, every evening, ex-
God omnipotent good, do-jopt Wednesday, commencing at 8
ny death, evil, sin, disease, "Thero o'clock. Sunday services: Knee-drill
now you see." There wns a charm U " n. m. Holiness meeting at 11 a,
in these foimuliis which would euro, in. Junior mooting nt 12:30 p. m.
r.ll maladies. Thoy could bo road. Young People's Legion meeting at
backward, or forward, nr perpondlcu- C p. in., nnd Salvation meeting at 8
!arly, or nt any given angle, nnd , p, m. Meetings In the Oahti ponlten-
they would always bo found to agree, tlary and County jail, at 12:30 p.m.
Mark Is cured of his comminuted Meetings at tho Japanese Outpost, 158
fractures nnd Mio hatrack projections' ;. Iloretanla avonun, every Tuesday,
gradually unliable with dull clicks
and sounds of gritting, nnd grinding,
nnd rasping. Ho has a cold In tho
head and pain In tho stomach also,
nnd for these ho summons a homo
doctor, who cluingcH Hiem Into botti
uud blind-staggers In order to get on
to his own beat.
Thero Is a reality about Christian
Wednehdny, Thursday and Saturday
evenings, commencing at 7:30, and
Sunday school at 9:30 n. in. Meet
ings ut tho Korean Outpost, 190 Ku
kill street, every Tuesday, Thursday
i.nd Saturday evenings, commencing
nt C o'clock, Sunday school nt 9:30
n. ui. and Salvation meeting nt 3 p.
in., every Sunday. Sunday school on
The nuthor has no doubt I School btreel, near Llllha street, cv-
Tho man who can be.ier- cry Sunday nt 2:30 o'clock, Kvery-
Minded to change nil his habits nt . body Is cordially Invited to nttencl
thought, to think cheerfully Instead theso meetings, nnd to send the chil
li f despairingly, to bco mm nnd blue dren to the Sunday schools. Adjutant
sky overhead all the time instead of
clouds nnd fog, must necessarily lin
I rove In health nnd perhaps In for
tune. No ono sees this moro clearly
than Mark Twain, who must there
fore lie himself responsible for no
nnd Mm. Ilamberry In chnrge, assist
ed by Captain Armstrong and Lieu
tenants lying and Suycokn.
W 'TOR RENT"
at the Bulletin office.
cards on tala
High School .Mandolin Club.
CJultnr nolo: "II Trovutoru"
air, by K. Kual
Mr. Hmest Kual.
Violin quintet: 'llohcmlan lllrl"..
arr. by K. Knal
K. Knal. Int violin;
Klein, 2d violin;
S. Maun, 3d violin.
W. Heakb.me, 'cello;
W. llolokahlkl, buss viol.
Jlitlo (lice Club.
Klnaln: "llnwnll I'linol" .. Kiilnkau.i
.Mis. I5iIc Kninhen has been conllned
lo her rooms ul thn Jlounu lintel by
an attack of Ihn dengue cluco Sunday.
Shu Is on tho toad to iccovery.
the residence of Judgo Stanley during lather III June.
tho iibkiMice of tho family. Jlrs. Very
Is expected to urrlvo from Huston very Mr. nnd Jim. Win,
.Mr. nnd Jim. larmier aio guests at
Jim. JlucDouuld'tt nt I'unuhoii, Jlr.
Ijiriuler has taken Jlr. llailiestou'S
duties on tho llcstorer.
Miss Jessie roiemau's mnrrtiigo to
Jlr, (lilggs Holt has pleased all their
many friends, which nro legion. Jlr.
mid Mru. Holt were married last Thurs
day ut Shanghai, where .Mr. Holt holds
uu tinpoitiiut position
Jlr. J. JI. (Hamuli; or Chicago, n
prominent Shrluer, who bus been a
guest at thn Young Hotel, iircompunles
llio local Shi litem to Uis Angeles.
Mrs. JlrCnnnell, a daughter of Mr.
A man often hns to call on a cop to
direct him to other places, but ho can
" Admiral und Mm. Very will occupy John '! HUss, la expected to Ult hcr'taku ouo ot his Hying trip to Sau usually Uud a baloou alone.
Ifcnhcrg and Jim. Christ nro arrivals
at tho Young Hotel. '
A pretty llttlo lea wns given at
tho Hawaiian Hotel jeslerdny by
Tho members of tho University
Club nro giving u plc-ulc on Sunday
ut llnlelwa, which is expected to bo
I very agreeable affair.
Jim. Harry Jliicfurlano Jr. expects
fooii to nuikn a visit to tho Coast,
where she will bo Joined by hor fa
ther, Jlr, Dunn.
Col. (leorgo Mnefurlnno will soon
Mrs. Harry Lewis Is giving a blrth
ilay party today at the Seaside lin
tel In honor of her son Donald.
Mrs. (leorgo Carter has cards out
for a buffet luncheon on Trlduy.
Mm, Margaret Marx nnd Miss Dru
Mlla Marx expect soon to sail for the
Tonight la ladles' night at tho
Hotel UutliB, A very Interesting pro
eram of aquatic sports hns been ar
ranged In which the very best young
lady swimmers will participate.
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