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to thu opening on Moiuluv. All the new fiisliiom will lo on
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The two most popular and nwelleit wnisN made. They nro
the New York favorites.
A new assortment jut opened, prettily liaud-emhroidcrcd and
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The KXICKKRHOCKKR TAII.0RK1) WAISTS, alio in
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OTWITHSTANUINO the Lenten,,
season there are many gnyctlcs I
and Society In general Is
amusing itself by quiet teas,
dinners, nnd, of course, tho omnI-.
present "Ilrldge." Speaking of
"Bridge," 1 road a poem in a popular
English magazine which seemed to
1110 rather cxpressUe. It Is 'wiled
Hie OUIIK Ul XJimtiC, UUU 13 UB lur
in-l-- rt n.i.n. ,, ...! I.. nn 1 '
THU SONG OF IIRIDGB
With eyelids heavy and red,
With cheeks that flush' and burn,
A woman sits In her gladdest rags,
Playing her cards In turn.
Ilrldge, bridge, bridge!
Da) time and night the samo;
And still with voice at excitement's
She- Blngs tho "'Song of the Game!"
"I'lay, play, play!
The whole of tho evening through;
l'lay, play, play!
Till the milkman's almost duo.
Morning nnd noon and night,
Tho same thing every day
What Is It, then, that men call work
If this bo only play?
"I'lay, play, play!
Tor we must be In tho swim!
I'lay, play, play!
Till tlfo cards glow blurred and
Diamonds, hearts, nnd clubs,
All in a mist they seem,
Till whon I am Dummy I fall asjecp
( And still play on In a dream!
"O but for ono short hour
To feel as I used to feel,
When I plajed my lound of golf a
And longed for a hearty meal!
A day on tho links I would dearly
Hut at home I needs must stay,
For they must have another hand,
So I play, play, play!.
"O men with sweethearts dear!
0 men with sisters nnd wives!
It's not tho rubber you're playing
Hut foolish women's lives!
Nervous, tired, nnd worn,
Excited, (lushed, nnd rash,
Paying nt unco a double price
' In health as well as In cash!"
With eyelids heavy and red,
With cheeks that Hush and burn,
A woman bits in her gladdest rags.
Playing her cards in turn.
Ilrldge, bridge, bridgo!
Winter and Bummer tho Bame,
Till tho breakdown comes, as como It
She will make nnd doublo and play,
Will slug this "Song of the
At the Moana
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hutchlns are
sojourning at the Moana Hotel. They
expect to spend tho summer nt the
popular hotel by tho sea. Mr, and
Sirs. .William Mooro are also guests
nt the Moann and they aro charmed
iiifSh""ini'r-ii fwnr r'k- -i.tJ.M.jfai- tytii r - nJ--rtriithif atfjim, - m,ti .1 vi MtAxfk-A mm iir"--"
with Honolulu generally. Among
the arrivals this week nro Mr. and
Mrs. Newall. Mrs. I'hll Winston, Mr. I
nnd Mrs. Plllsbury, Mrs. Duvnll, and
the Misses Winston. They have tak'
en tho big cottage overlooking the
rea, tholr kinswoman. Miss Nannie
Winston, only retaining her room In
Wednesday's Bridge Party
Mr. and Mrs. Left ton-Brain, of Col
lege Hills gavo a most enjojable
bridgo evening on Wednesday. Both
1 ho prizes wero won by Judgo and
Mrs. William Stanley, tho latter bolng
Chen a cup and saucer. A delicious
supper ended tho evening. Among
llioso present wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Eck
hart, Mr. and Mrs. Blackmail, Mr. and
Mrs. Kalph Korster, Mr. and Mrs.
Berg, Mrs. Vincent Kitcat, Mr, and
Mrs. James Cockburn, Miss Bulleu
nnd Miss Holmes of Victoria, Mr. Jam
Ie8nn, Mr. David Anderson.
Mrs. Afong's Poi Supper
Mr. and Mrs, Henry Afong gavo a
charming pot supper nt their resilience
in Ucrctnnla avenue on Tuesday even
ing, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Pills
bury, Mr. and Mrs. Newell, and tho
Misses I.elel and Dolly Winston, Tho
table, was artistically covered with
ferns and flowers, a huge centerpiece
of luscious Hawaiian fruits attracting
all eyes. I.els were given each guest
and a quintet club played throughout
thu supper and for dancing during thu
cAclilug. Toasts, spet"ties and amus
ing stoilos niado tho suppci a memor
able one. Among thoso present. In
eluding tho guests of honor, wero
Princess Kawauauakoa, Mrs. Camp-
bull Parker, Mr. and Mrs, Oalneu, Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. Albort Taylor, Messrs. Walker,
Shingle, Iloblnson, Dowsett aur many
Mrs. Paul Isenbcrg was the hostess
on Saturday last of a pol luncheon In
honor of her mother, Mrs. Mcllrydc,
ut the beautiful country place at
Walalao. A tallyho convoyed ths
guests to their destination and -a
Hawaiian quintet club played nnl
fang throughout the day. Two long
tables were set In the drawing-room
nnd sitting-loom, which wero artisti
cally decorated with pink and red
carnation lets. Each guest found u
let on the back of the chair, and
much gayety obtained nt tho table,
everybody contributing by anecdoto
lunch tho quintet club played
t-omo specially tine selections and tho
older guests dunccd with tho younger
ines. Sir. Paul Isenbcrg sang beau
tifully during the latter part of tho
afternoon and the tallyho took the
whole party home, Tho guests in
cluded Mrs. Mcllrydc, tho guest-of-honor;
Mrs. McQrow, Mrs. Androw
Puller, Mrs. Grlnbnum, Mrs. Kopke,
Mrs. Waterhouse, Mrs, Ernest Ifoss,
Mrs. King, Mrs. Soper, Mrs. Foster,
Mrs. W. A. Kinney, Mrs. M. M. Scott,
Miss Scott, Mrs. J. 0. Carter, Miss
Carter, Mrs. Leopold niackman, Mri.
F. H. Humphrls, Miss Nannlo Wins
ton, Miss Margaret Walker, JIIrs
Cordelia Walker, Miss Lorna Iaukoa.
Tho death of Mrs. Clarke has cast
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CHATTER see HOME TALK
n gloom over many homes. She was
a cultivated and delightful woman
who had hosts of friends both here
nnd abroad. Her Interest In life
never flagged and she had a special
sympathy with young peoplo for
whom bho was a charming compan
ion. Naturally of n social tempera
ment, sho was popular In all society
events, nnd contributed by her sprlte
Hucs3 and versatility to tho happi
ness of everybody. Good, kind asd
philanthropic,' many quiet deeds of
kindness wero done by her. The
greatest sympathy is extended to tho
Alnahau, tho historical homo of
former Governor Cleghorn, wns the
scone of a tea on Tuesday In honor of
tho girls of the Lilliputians. Mrs.
Chester, of I course, accompanied
them, nnd ninny of Governor Cleg
horn's friends were asked to meet
them. It was a charming sight to
see these protty girls, so talented
nnd clover, romping and acting like
tho children they really are. They
have the most attractive manners
and cntor Into everything with all
the vivacity nnd enthusiasm of youttw
Ice cream, lemonade, cakes, tea and
sandwiches formed a delectable feast
and tho nftornoon passed nil too
quickly, for the young peoplo had to
be away before C in order to pro
pnro for tho evening. Honolulu lina
n wnim spot In her hospitable hcnit
for the Lilliputians, nnd when they
return two jeurs hence thoy will not
ho foi gotten.
And M Honolulu is not hospitably
Inclined toward strangers! Well!
Well! That Is nowg Indeed. Of ull
the places so everybody says undor
Iho sun whore strangers aro petted,
coddled and spoiled it is hero In our
beautiful Hawaiian Islands. The most
unattractlxu stranger on tho street
has but to ask for information of tho
first passur-by, and ho not only gets
what ho wauls, but Is in many cuscs
made a friend of on tho spot. We go
to extremes In that very particular,
and and aro often laughed at by tho
tourists for our zeal. Inhospltablo In
deed! Tho ono who thinks so must bo
ho of thu soar smllo and dlsagrccablo
manner. This la also the least snob
bish placo In tho world. There Is
money of course, but cultuio, birth
and breeding as well, In tho most ex
clusive houses In this Bame Honolulu
wo can And, ns honored guosta, tho
millionaire, the gjil who works for
her bread, and tho' man whoso occu
pation Is almost menial. Thoy nro
gentlewomen and gentlemen, nnd aro
tieated as bucIi regardless of their occupations.
placo at the homo of Dr. W. I). Deas,
government physician nt liana, Maul,
on tho evening of tho 17th, tho occa
sion being the marriage of Miss Irono
Gladys Lewis, a sister of Mrs. Deas
to Karl W. II. Roemlahl, manager of
Uana slnro. The cci oniony wjis per
lormed by Itev. Canon Ault, of Wnl
luku. J. C Austin, manager of thu
Hawaiian American Rubber Co., act
ed as best man, and Miss Ruth Mil
ward Deas was maid of honor. After
(10 ceremony, which waB performed
A most enjoyable gathering tooktt",'K the "enchanted Isles.'
according to tho rites of tho Eplscop '
al church, a reception wns held during
which the cake was cut by tho brldu
and toasts! wero drunk to tho young
couple, the hosts and others. The
joung couplo wero tho recipients of
many beautiful and useful gifts. Dur
ing tho reception the brdo and groom
slipped Into a waiting rairlago nnd
worn niilckh' liiwml out to tho Rtenm-
or Claudlne, op which they departed
for Honolulu on their honeymoon,
Mr. and Mrs. William Irwin nnd
Miss Uelene Irwin lenvo San Fran
cisco on April 2d to visit New York
and Philadelphia, nfter which they
intend to travel In Europo for tho
lcmnlndor of the year. Mrs. Irwin
hns given some beautiful entertain
ments during tho past season, and
has quito kept up her reputation not
only as a beauty but ns an Indefati
gable hostess. Miss Helene Irwin Is
one of the most popular girls In the
Mr. nnd Mrs. F, M. Hutch, who aro
entertaining extensively, gavo a
hrlgo tea recently at her apartment,
Stonelclgh Court, Washington, in
honor of Miss Cannon, daughter of
Speaker Cannon. Among thoso pres
ent were Miss Cannon, Mrs. Fassett.
of New York; Mrs. Weeks, wlfo of
Representative Weeks; Mrs. Knnpp,
Mrs. David Illco, Mrs. Cogswell and
Miss Illnnca CogBwell. These Indies
nro all expert bridge players.
Another agreeable event of tho
week wns tho bridgo toa given on
Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Eck
hnrt In honor of her mother, Mrs.
Clay. Mrs. Arthur Ilcrg and Mm. Vin
cent Kitcat carried off tho prizes. The
guests Included Mrs. Jordan, Iho
Mlsbos Jordan, Mrs. Vincent Kllcnt,
Mrs. Archlo Young, Mrs. Prdsser, Mrs.
William Stanley, Mrs. Berg, Mrs. Low-ton-Drain,
Visitors From Rcdlands
Tho Uedlands Dally Facts of March
14 bays; Tho Hawaiian Islands nro
springing Into great popularity as
spring nnd summer icsorls for the
people of this section. Their beauties
attractions have long bcon geneially
known, but It Is only within tho last
year or two that It has becomo "tho
thing" to mako a trip to Honolulu.
This spirit of unrest seems to como on
thq people of this section about this
timo of tho year or n little later, u
chango of Econo seems positively nec
essary. Tho northern nnd eastorn
points of lutorost liavo bcon visited
time and again and M tho Hawaiian
Islands scorn to offer Just tho thing)
desired, a couplo of days trip by rail,
a few days' sea oyago and tlion 11
happy vacation and relaxation time
Miss Ruth Lyon will leave tomorrow
for San Francisco and on Tuesday sho
will Ball aboard tho China for tho Is
lands, Sho will be accompanied by
Miss Marlon Kinney of Clnrcmont and
together thoy will spend a couplo of
months on ono of tho smaller islands
as guests of a former Weltestoy col
lego friend. They do not expect to
return until tho middle of May, Miss
' Kinney returned from n trip aroutnl
tho world less 1 than a f 01 might ago
"ffe-A ' J- f-ttttir 'iif irf
nnd her trip to Japan was made)
aboard tho China, hence her selection
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Mooro set sail
last wcok for Honolulu, wheru they
will spend several months touring tho
Miss Allco Denlson left ten days ago
for tho Hawaiian Islands, the South
Sea Islands and other islands In thnt
section. Sho goes with eastern rela
tives and expects her trip to extend
ocr at least four months nnd to in
clude many delightful and curious
Doctor and Mrs. Jnmcs Judd ar-1
rived In the China and wero greeted '
nt tho dock by many friends and rel
atives. His wife, a charming girl,
has made a very good impression.
Sho is from Chicago. Mrs. James
Judd will bo at home after April
Mr. Walter Dillingham, who went
to San Francisco to attend the wed
ding of his brother, has been quite
qulto HI and has gono to Los An
geles to recuperate and watch the
polo games in which ho always takes
a great Interest.
Judgo nnd Mrs. Hart, who have re
cently returned from a visit to the
Coast, are delighted to bo In their
comfortable bungalow again at Wai
kikl. Mr. pud Mrs. Elston aro very
pleasantly situated at Uedlands, Cal
ifornia. Mrs. J. S. Bailey and Miss AIco
Bailey sailed In tho Claudlne for La
haltia on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Drown and Miss Gertrude Drown, aro
also making a trip to I-ahalna.-'
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gay, who
liavo been touring Moxlco and Call
fomln for the past live months, are
expected to arrlvo in the Mongolia
either Sunday or Monday
Mr. Hrnco Cartwrlght, Jr.,' has left
tho Forestry Department and Is
Uniting his sister, Mrs. Fergus Allan,
In Mexico. Ho will return to Hono
lulu In tho near future
Mr. James Wilder, brown and hear
ty, and his guest, Dr. Clark, returned
to Honolulu In tho Claudino nfter n
most agreeable trip, to tho Volcano
' Tho Easter cards at tho Kllohana
Art League, as well as thoso at tho
Hawaiian News Company, aro vory
Tho Kaptolanl Maternity Homo will
have a luau this afternoon, at which
thero will bo a foreign tablo as well.
Fortunes nro to bo told by a wandor
IntT Oypsy, autograph ribbons wth tho
Queen's namo will ho sold, hula.danc
ingHho Royal Hawaiian Band, home
mado pol, a delicatessen table, flow
ers, candy, lemonade nnd many other
attractions will certainly draw out a
large attendance, Tickets can ho ob
tallied at tho door. Thoso In charge
aro as follows;
Luau TableB Mrs. Robert) Parkor
Walpa, Mrs. John Cummins, Mrs, W.
l. Bowers and Mrs. Manuol'llols,
ANOTHER SIIiniEXT OF NEW GOODS
HANDSOME TWO-PIECE SUITS
Coat mid Skirt Hindu of linen, linmlwnucly triiniiinl with
Imby Irish Ineo iiiuliiisoitioii, in White, Pink, nml Light Uluc.
NEW PRINCESS GOWNS
mnilo of soft mulls mid sheer white ninteritile. Trimmed with
pretty Viileneiuiines Lnce.
for afternoon nml evening wear. New styles mid new effects.
Mudo of Pongiv, llnjuli, nml Chiffon Prond Cloth, in Whito
mid Clinnipngim; liitudsqinely triiiiined. Only ono of n kind.
by the ynrd, for Dreswrs or Tnlile-Kuiiiiers, new; at '0 yard.
2V2 yards wide, extra heavy and fino; $1.75 quality,
W SPECIAL AT ?1.'15 A YD.
FANCY CREAM SCRIM
!)S inches wide, at 12y2 u yard.
Sizes in x .18; 20e quality; SPECIAL AT ?1.75 per Dor..
Foreign Lunch Tabic; Mrs. A. Fill
ler, nssisted by Miss Margaret Walker
ana Airs. 11. i-ocko.
Coffee Mrs. J. H. Soper.
lemonade and Flowers Mrs. A. J.
Campbell and Mrs. W. Lnnz.
Candy Mrs. Chas. Booth,
Autograph Ribbon Table Queen
Lllluokalaul nnd Mrs. Cnmpbcll-Par-
Ico Cream Mrs. S. M. Angus and
her corps of ablo assistants.
Dr. Drlnckcrhoff's lecturo nt Cen
tral Union parlors wns certainly most
Interesting and Instructive.
Mrs. Harvey Murray hag qulto ro
covered from her sevcro illness. It
Is pleasant to sco her about again.
Mr. and Mrs. Olmstcad, MIsb 01m
Btcad nnd Miss Jordan Jwlll sail in tho
Mongolia, for Newport, nhddo Island.
They havo been several months at
the Soaslde hotel occupying tho Long
worth cottago, as It Is now called. '
Mrs. McStockor gavo a delightful
sowing tea in honor of Mrs. Saunders
i'lid Miss Saunders, on Friday after
noon. There was much chatting and
little sewing, but ovorybody had a
Miss Margaret Walker was tho host
ess of an Informal bridgo tea this
week at tho Walklkl cottago of tho
Mr. and Mrs. Weedon, guests of tho
Alexander Young hotel, uio from
Louisville, Kentucky, and aro on their
way around tho world. They nro
friends of Mrs. Duke, of Kentucky.
Mrs. Walter llrlnckorhof, who has
been ill for several weeks, Is rapidly
Mr. and Mrs. Grlnbaum, guests nt
thu Young Hotel, aro soon leaving for
tho Coast. They generally spond tho
winters In Honolulu uud mo devoted
(o tho islands.
Among tho arrivals In tho Mongolia
wero Mr. and Mrs. F. T. P. Wnter
house, Mr. II. Rouges, who, with his
charming wife, wns n resident hero
for years, Mr, Chalmers Graham.
Tho hop at tho Scasldo on Thursday
ovenlng was a very gay affair, Tho
Royal Hawaiian Band played delight
fully tho first half or the ovenlng, and
Knal's orchestra was. in good form foi
Box F at tho Oiphoum has been tak
en for tho season by Princess Kawa
nanakoa, Dr. Humphrls and Mr. C. W.
Evorybody is sorry tho Restorer Is
not coming hack to Honolulu.
Mrs. Carilo Jacobs-Bond recital at
the Moana hotel last evening brought
out a large and fashionable audience
who listened to tho unique entertain
ment with great Interest. Mrs. Bond
possosscs a' magnetic personality, and
smiles and tears aro novor. far apart
In tho charming llttlo bits which sho
sings nnd recites bo bow I tellingly. She
tins temperament, nnd whether lu
LXtkut 11M11 1 j-iin jjfe.i,ji. m
gladness or soriow her voice vibrates
with great fooling. Her sunny smllo
nnd graceful movements nro charm
ing. Mr. W. R. Castle introduced
Mrs. Bond last evening with a few
amusing remarks, and the piano tolo
ended a delightful ovenlng. Mrs.
Bond Is being given n rccoptlon at tho
Myitlo Boat House on Monday after
noon by tho Kunalu Rowing Club. Thu
program last evening of original
tongs and stories, was as follows:
Songs From "Book of Threo
Songs,"- "Book of Seven Songs."
Songs From "Book of Nino Songs,"
"Book of Eleven Songs."
Songs From "Rock of Ten Songn",
"Book of Twelve Soib."
Songs of P'llLbiiphy.
Songs of Color
Among thoso departing In tho Mon
golia Is Mr. Nowall, who has been lu
Honolulu for sovcral weeks. Mrs.
Newnll and tho Mtssos Winston mo
to remain longer. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dllllnghnm ox'
pect to remove to their now bungalow
In a week's time. They aro at pres
ent staying with tho B. F. Billing
hams. Fato, In the shape of rain, seems to
zo against Mrs. Walter Macfarlano's
Walklkl outing for tho 'Lilliputians.
Sho expected to glvo them a glorious
good tlmo today, hut tho torrents of
rain liavo decided otherwise. Tho
Walter Macfarlanos, by tho hyo, aro
not going to tour tho States until
Prlnco David Kawanauakoa is ex
pected today from tho other Islands,
whcio ho has been enjoying llfo on tho
Parker ranch. Col. I'nrkej, will also
Tho new French Consul nnd fnmlly
have taken n house In Borotnnla ave
nue. Can't Empty The
Andrew Iirsen of fiorrnscn 4 Ijirsen
men-limit trillom of Bait Lnko City va
po low with kidney illnecidn Hint liu wuh
in bed nnd death wns looked for ulinofet
' Tho treatment was ctinngeci. I to Im
sun to mind. HIh partner plioned tlio
doctor he was slightly littler. Tlio doe
tor replied. "It makes no dlff mice. It
Ik ns iiripoRHlblo for him to recover as It
r to empty thu ocean."
Tlio progress was so slow that tho pa
tient would Kit discouraged and rend uur
book fur 11 bracer. He says ho thinks lio
read It n hundred times. Uut tho day
he llnlahed tlio third dozen lie wus back
to liuslneHH. Wonder what his physician
thinks about emptliiK thu ocean.
Physicians call kidney trouble Neph
ritis. This means liillammatlon of tho
Tho old diuretics (kidney medicines)
aro kidney cxcltams. No wonder the kid
ney deaths haw doublod.
Fulton's Ilenal Compound Is the first
successful kidney emollient thus reduc
ing kidney Intlamnmtlon and controlling
kidney troubles that havo realsted all
known treatment us In tho above Salt
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