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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, U SATt 110AY. OCT 20, 1'jo7
Honolulu Business Alphabet
Stands for AHOY,
A square-dealing Chinee;
Whose goods you will buy
If you'll just come and see,
Dry goods in fashion,
Right up to date.
He lias plenty of clciks
You won't have to wall.
Stands for OLOBE,
A store on Hotel
Where they fit you 'out
With clothes that are
The mothers of schoolboys
Always buy school-suits
The leason is obvious
They don't rip or tear.
Stands for McINERNY,
The house that deals in
High-cut shoes, low-cut
Shoes for every weather.
They've got a shoe for
Of nunlity world renown.
It's price you pay for poor
It's called the "Buster
Stands for BLOM,
Who sells dry goods galore.
His windows show samples
Of goods in the store.
On Shirt-waists and col
lars Your attention he'll court.
Remember the number
Stands for HALL & SON,
Tools of all description,
Scissors, knives and shears,
Sporting goods galore,
For ceiling, roof and floor.
Stands for HAWAIIAN
(Under the Young Hotel),
Everything in music line
They have in stock to sell.
In writing materials
They have the "proper ca
per." A full supply on hand
Of bags and wrupping paper.
Stands for CRITERION,
Where all is good cheer
And you clear your drto
With Filsener beer.
The lunch you get there
At the hour of noon
Makes you wish the day
And tomorrow come soon.
Stands for Insurance,
The best in the land.
To pay losses by Are
They've the money on
No squibble, no sqaubble,
For long, weary days.
You can re-build at once:
The BISHOP AGENCY
Stands for Office
That must be replete
With latest devices
For work, quick and neat.
The OFFICE SPECIALTY
Can fit you out swell,
With "Paragon" Paper
Typewriters as well.
Stands for Deposit
And means a strong box
Where papers and jewels
Are kept under locks.
No thief can break in,
No fire can scar.
From $4. a year,
Stands for JORDAN;
Yes, JORDAN is the man.
He's showing waists and
Beat them if you can.
In even price or quality
He can skin them all.
In fashions, Ne Plus Ultra
From Patterns by McCall.
Stands for EHLERS',
The store without peer,
Whose goods are first-class
And the price is not dear.
Silks, satins and laces
For waist and frock
Between Hotel and King
Near tenter of block.
Stands for FASHION,
A saloon of renown,
Where it's said you can get
The best lunch in town.
The liquors they sell
Are the nurest of pure,
From good Pnmo lager
To old Jesse Moore.
Stands for KERR'S,
The Palace of Trade,
Where hundreds of pur
chases Daily are made.
Fiom hat down to shoes
They will fit you out swell.
It's on Alakea,
'Tween King and Hotel.
Stands for LEVY,
The grocery-store man.
His goods are the finest,
Either fresh or in can.
All goods guaranteed,
From apples to pickles.
On King, Ewa Fort,
Opposite Wall, Nichols'.
Stands for PERKINS.
A habit he has got
Of making you look pleas
ant Whether you will or not.
His business taking pho
tos. Is he always busyt Sure!
If not working on a sub
ject He's helping the amateur.
Stands for JIM QUINN.
With his automobile
Takes you for a spin
At a price you don't feel.
Of seeing the town
Just call up QUINN
He'll show you around.
Stands for RAINIER,
Full glass little froth,
Sharp, cool, like its name
sake Mt. Rainier, in the North.
Regardless the number
Of glasses you take,
There's never a sign
Of a single headache.
Stands for SACHS,
A dry goods firm complete,
That has full stock for la
dies From top of head to feet.
Millinery of the latest,
Lingerie of every sort,
Ribbons, laces, corsets,
Bcretania, comer Fort.
Stands for TAYLOR
(A Mrs. by the way),
Who deals in choice flow
ers From plants to nosegay.
For floral decorations
She's surely hard to beat.
Under Young Hotel
On Bishop Sticet.
Stands for UYEDA,
A builder of hats,
From finest of straw
And smoothest of plats.
Hats cleaned and blocked.
Hats made like new
Between Hotel and King
Stands for VIENNA,
A neat baker shop,
Where cakes, pies and
Arc always tip-top.
Their crisp ginger-snaps
You surely will enjoy
They're just the same kind
You stole when a boy.
Stands for WAIKIKI,
An inn at the beach.
All cars pass the door.
It's easy to reach.
"Fred." knows what
So just take a chance,
Oo out to the SEASIDE
When he's giving a dance
Stands for YEE HOP,
Who sells best of meat
At his large clean shop
On north King street.
Sweet Violet butter
Of him vou can get.
Just give him a trial,
You'll never regret.
If you want a thing
Insert a little want ad
it only costs a trifle
Give it to the Bulletin
you want it quick;
see it do the trick,
does its work up slick ;
never have a kick.
Stands for anything
That's extra fine.
The HAWAII POULTRY
Is right in line.
Their farm's worth a visit.
(It's at Kaimuki)
At end of jcar-linc
Where the Zoo used to be.
Stands for ZIEOLER,
A maker of carts,
Also buggies and surries,
And furnishes parts
For a carriage first-class;
Any kind of a rig.
His price is not high,
You won't have to dig.
Mr. George Foster Collins, of
Lincoln, Neb., who is 73 years
old, a member of the Presby
terian Church, prominent in
politics, a life long and stren
uous advocate of temperance,
has been greatly benefited by
the use of Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey and conscientiously
recommends it as the best
tonic stimulant for the old.
"I am 73 years old. Was born in
Wayne County, N. Y., on March 21,
1834. Our family moved to Michigan
shortly after this. I grew up on the
farm, then studied law, was admitted to
the bar, was County Clerk of St. Clair
County, Mich., which office I held four
years. Then was for a time Secretary
of the Midland Railway of Michigan.
I moved with my family to a farm in
Gage County, Nebraska, in 1874; was
a member of the County Hoard -eight
years. In 1890 was elected State Sen
ator. Foster, my middle name, has been
transmitted in the family for over 100
years from father to son. Mrs. Collins
, and myself are members of the Presby
terian Church of Lincoln, where we
have lived -for the last four years. We
celebrated the fifty-third anniversary of
our marriage on March 23d, 1007.
" From early youth have been a stren
uous advocutc of temperance principles
and strongly opposed to the use of liquor
in any form? Over a year ago I began to feel a gradual decline of the vital forces. I had read and heard much
about the benefits to be derived from the use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey by those in my condition, and was
advised by an old friend and temperance worker who had received much benefit from its use to overcome my
prejudices against liquor and try it. I took his advice and have been greatly benefited by it, and can conscien
tiously recommend all those passing into the "sear and yellow leaf" of life to take Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey." GEORGE FOSTER COLLINS, 2509 P Street, Lincoln, Neb., May 15th, 1907.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is an absolutely pure distillation of malted grain; great care being used to hive every kernel thoroughly malted,
thus destroj ing the germ of the seed and producing a predigestcd liquid food in the form of a pale malt, which
is the most effective tonic stimulant and Invigorator known to science; softened bywarnitliandmoisturcitspal
atability and freedom from injurious substances renders it so that it can be retained by the most sensitive stomach.
It is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic, buildsupthcncrvctissucs.tonesupthc
heart, gives power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the blood. It brings
into action all the vital force..; it makes digestion perfect, and enables you tc get from the food you eat all the
nourishment it contains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It
strengthens and sustains rhe system; is a promoter of health and longevity; makes the old young and keeps
the young strong.
CAU riON-When you oik your druseUt. grocer or dealer lor Dully' Pure Melt Whlikey be euro ycu set the genuine. II li the
only ubtolutely pure medicinal mult whlkcy and laeold In sealed buttle only! neverln bulk. I'rU.StllO. Look for the trademark
the " Old ChemlM, " on the jbe . und make euro the seal imr the curk ll unbroken. Illiutrutcd wsditSl bouklet und doctor' udvlce
tree. Dully Malt Whltkey Co., UocheJtcr, N. Y,
MR. CCORCB POSTER COLLINS.
1 SOCIAL NOTES
Mine and remarks UM'il to be made up-,
t ii Ms attentions to tho interesting,
Tho Captain, commandant, ami of
ficer of tlio French cruiser Catlnat
have been mtlfh ontprtnlneil ittirlnc
Charming Tea !J,r " Humptiris, J. r., oi urovo ,helr rt.3I)t0 lerp ast Sunday lint-
St Clement's Hcctory was the set-1 Mount, whilst nt Whitby last week. '8!, Consul and Mrs. Forster gave them
ting on Tlimsday of u charming toil' Walking on the cliff, Mr. Humphrls i picnic at Moanaiua, and they were
qlvon by Mrs James Cockburn. The ' stepped on an Irregularity In tho Invited for tenuis at Mr. and Mis.
hostess, looking extremely pretty in 'ground, with the result that u turn (.corse Dnvlcs'. and there have been a
.hlle, received her guests most tn-cf the ankle brought him heavily to "'""""' """";' " "".. '"",'.. ."i
es were set on tho the giound with the left leg buckled """,,,,"";"' ',' ,' ,,. 7 ., V" '
lormully The tables
lannl and in tho two card rooms, the under him. The mimeles of the knee nl) KlV(,n ',y fcCveral of the otllcers
largo tnblo In the dining-room lie-j were severely strulned. Tho services ur Mr un,j Mrs c w (,aso )cerng
of Or Ferguson 'were requisitioned. nnd Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Humphrls
and nfter examination at tho Vlcto-
i la Hotel Mr. Humphrls was driven Country Club Party
buck to tliu tower and attended by A Joliy party motored to the Country
L'r. .Mitchell. A return wus mado to Club on Monday evening, where u dim
Oakley on Monday, n consultutlon '' was given by Miss Hcatrlco xzxzxz
., l.n.tAH .. Minn T itpiitnii UnvAlieilll
with Dr Moynlhau, Leeds, being t:i
ken en route. Under the care of Dr
iletles of sandwiches, most enticing- Milne. Mr. Humphrls Is now progres- miK,y cnjuyftl themselves, 'i'ho guests
ly concocted, wcro something new King tuvnrnuiy, ami a quicker recov- included Misses Violet nnd Vera Dam
for Honolulu, and cakes nnd lies try than Is usual In such caseK muy ,n, mri) Irene Fisher, .Miss Hurtwoll,
ompletcd a "dnllcious tea. Tliu he expected, aided by tho good health Miss Alice Cooke, .Miss Hopper,
quests wero seated at tho tables, , and spirits of the patient,
which wero most favorably nrrunged
ior conversation, und that pleasant Wilder Luncheon
Ing presided over by Mrs. Ilottom
ley, who poured ten, and Mrs. Kors
ter nt the coffee urn. Tho decora
tions wero Mexican creepers anil
Lhrysanthemuuis artistically arrang
ed. The drawing-room nnd hull
looked nttructtvo with cut Mowers
and greens. Tho suvon different va
u honor of Miss Dagmar sorciison
ml Mr Richard Cooke, it was 11 per
fect night and tho young people thor-
hour so dear to nil of us.
There wero somo very pretty toi
lettes noticed, and among those pres
ent wero Mrs. llowen, Mrs. Walter
h'rear. Mrs, M. M. Scott, Miss Scott,
Mrs, C W. C Deerlng, Mrs. F. II.
Humphrls, Mrs. .Ionian, Misses Jor
'an, Mrs. Iliichly, Mrs. It. Illicitly,
.Miss lluelily. Mm. leacock, Miss
Daisy peacock, Mrs. demons, Mrs.
Wuterhouse. Mrs. Fred. Wuterhouse,
Mis. Kmorjv Mrs. l.owton-llrnln. Mrs.
King, Mis. Caltoti, Mrs. Spaldlug,
Misses Spalding. Mrs, Ralph Forstor,
Miss Ucmglo Spelker. Mrs. Soper,
Misses Soper, Mrs. lhisll Combo, Mrs.
Clinton llallentyue, Mis. von Holt,
Mrs. K. M. Wutkou, Mrs, Ccorgo Da
vies, Mrs, W I. Stanley, Mis. Go.
Blnltlilcs, Miss Conslaueo Hestnrlck,
Mrs. Mitirow. Miss Hsirdaway, Mrs.
Mist, Miss Mist. .Mrs. Arthur llerg.
.Mrs. S. (I Wilder, Min. Alox. Lind
say, Mis Simpson, Mis. Hycroft,
Miss itycroft. Miss ItohcrtMiu, Miss
Schai'fei, Mis Leopold lllackinnn,
Mis, Atherton, Mrs. Oilman, Mrs.
Davis, Mis. II lloiilsnn, Mrs. M.
Cooko, Mis. A. ! llnwes, Jr.
Much I egret Is being
Hint the handsome father
Humphrls Is not coming
this winter. He hns alwajs been
Neiy popular In social circles, and
no dinner or tea was consldoied coiu
pleto without his delightful society,
fho Oakloy Free Press hns tho fol
lowing account of his late accident:
A very unpleasant accident bofell
Messrs. Frederic and Sherwood Low-
re, P. Damon, Untold Castle, Georgo
Fuller and man others.
Mrs. George Castlo and daughter!
uro expected next wiek after a trip
to Europe and A met kit. Mr. and Mrs.
Allan White and family uro also ex
pected In Honolulu for tho winter.
Mis Gardner Wilder was tho bos
less of a beautiful luncheon on l'rl
day lit the Seaside Hotel. Tho plr
ttircsquo surroundings and tho artls'
tlcally ilcioratcd table mado tho iln
Melons luncheon all tho more enioy.
i.ble. Yellow wu't tho motif of the Mis. Allan While will bo reiucmucreii
color Bcluine, and tliosanthemiiuis, " "1"' of t,lu Bloiloiis voice." Mr
mi popular this week, weio luvlsHly Allan Vhltot a well known artls it.
,, , , -,, , , , , mill they wll be warmly welcomed tu
displayed The place-cards ram Ja- ' , h a , crc,e of admrng
tun wero much admired. Mrs. Wll- frt.,uia
tier always wears ditc toilettes nnd '
on Friday she wus particularly well tyjjj Tjepart Soon
diessed. The guests Included Mis. Mrs. II. Alexander Isenberg und Mis
(leoign Potter. Mrs. Arthur Wilder, McGanley may go to Knunl for u weel.
Mrs. F. II. Humphrls, Mrs. Hobert or ten days
Atkinson, Miss Cordelia Walker,
Miss Helen Alexander, Miss Helen Oayetles at tho country place of ex
Mucfurluni) .Governor nnd Mrs. (leoigo Carter hnvo
l ' , I In en proverbial this season und no-
1 shcic can one hne a better time. Mrs.
Ihursdav Naval Dinner Gcoree Caitcr was tho hostess on Wed-
The pretls little dinners at tho Nav- i.isduy of n luncheon given in honor
m station are most attractive, und tf Mrs. Henry I4011, und the guest of
Captain Hiiinphre, V. S. N., gave a honor, looking very handsome, much
icry Hiieiefsfnl omi on Thursday even- oiJiel tho nfleruoou. Tho guests ln
Ing for Mr ami Mis Henry Diitton, eluded Mrs. Geoigo Potter, Mrs. Alex
Mi anil .Mis. Hany Macfurlaiie, Jr. t'luler Isenbrrg. Mrs. McGanley, Mrs.
Mlsfccs Helen and Alice Mncfarlnnc, Henry Dntton, Mrs, Harry rncfurlane.
Messrs. Hairy Cobb und Will Kotli. Mis. Richard Ivers
The Duttous ami Mrs. Harry Mncfnr-I
lane hae gone to Kuual to visit tho' Governor nnd Mrs. Kroar gave a din
rah chllds for a few weeks, and they pet on Tuesday In honor of Dr. Idd,
I ave their big motor cur along. The t)cr guest, who has Just begun u sec
ralrchllds tntertalu in a princely nnd course of lectures, und which are
out hero imanenr un I a delightful outing may be attended not only by the pupils and
reasonably looked forward to. , teachers but by a large orray of par-
'cuts and friends who ore deeply luter-
Engagement No Surprise lested Dr IjuM has a clear and de-
'I lie iiimoi of Canon Mackintosh's, culvo manner of speaking and has
engagement did not come us a cora.,len greut katUfactlou by Ills courfo
luoto biirpilke to many of his friends, of lectures. Those asked to meet him
Jilts Wltheibce, n well-lioiii Kngllsh on Tuesday night wore Professor and
woman, llcd at Wnlklki for soma Mrs Alexander, Dr. und Mrs, Whitney,
Dr Ilrlgham and Mrs, Coan, The
I rears, as jet are In such confusion
that they will on.y entertain most In
formally There have been a number
of small dlnncis and lunches which
vcre really far more enjoyable than
larger ones Mrs. Frear, who Is a mon
unusiinl chnractor. Is always much ad
rilreil by all her guests. Sho possesses
a distinctly poetical nature; allied to
II true womanly heart, which per
vades the atmosphere In all her sur
louudlngs nnd cue Is tho better for
tontact with this .'arc spirit.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rawlins are at
the Seaside for the Wlntei nnd often
amuse themte'ves -n t' e i'a wil.
is so shade 1 froi 1 .c a 1 --
Ing the afternoc .
There Is a regular coion) of tea
drinkers und Ave o'clock Is the usual
time of tho afternoon. Kven the
friendly dogs along the beach know
this convhlal hour and Join the rev
ellers In tie hope of n biscuit, and
liiadly do I say tncy are never disap
Saturday evening there was a dancA
at tho Seaside hotel for the captain,
nfTiciTS and ladles of the transport
Jluford, Tonight there will be a gay
dance for the French officers, and as
there uro many dinners on probably
tho ranks will bo augmented from
their lists. Tho hop will also bo for
the Albatross captain and officers. All
Navy, Army and local society aro In
vited. Mr. James Cattle, who Is out again
rfler an Illness, expects to go to New
ork In the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Humburg are dom
iciled In tho Rodiek bouse In Nuuanu
Mrs. Inez Hnrson expects to sail
for England the first of November.
A Chinese, sneak-thlef by the
ramo of Tal Wan Tung was detect
ed In the act of making oft with a
I undlo of clothing from the hounu
of another Chinese named Lum Yun
at Mollllll last night nboiifS o'clock.
A general outcry wus raised and the
thief took to tho rice fields nearby,
whom ho was surrounded nnd cap
tured I.11111 Yun obtained the Berv
lees of Officer Asho at Pawna Junc
tion und the thief was taken to the
I ollce stntlon. Tal Wun Tuug turns
out to bo tho same man who was re
cently caught at the same offense In
Pnuoa a short time ngo and was
given a ducking in the taro ditches
by his captors.
Governor Glllett ousts Elwood Coop
er as horticultural commissioner and
ll'DOtnts J. W. Jeffrey of Ijis Anr-le
to tho vacancy thus created.
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