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EVENING BULLETIN. IIONOLULT). T. II.. SATURDAY,
APHHa 4, 1008.
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Queen at Hilo
Not for many ycais have natlvo
llawiillun people In llllo experienced
so Important mi on-lit an Unit of thq
reception Riven liy Her Majesty
(Jticon I.tlluoKiilnul on Thurhdny last,
say the. Jlllo 'Tribune. TIio tjiie-ji
hnw, of course. Iieen In llllo tdnco tlio
chiingo III the political fortunes of
Hawaii, hut she. lias luviitinlily de
nied herself any public reception,
muili to tho regret of a very largo
number of her former subjects In fact
and who plainly icinalu her subjects
In heart still. Her Majesty herself Is
an American citizen and sho lias
plainly slated her wish to "let by
gones be bjgoncs," but tho devotion
shown her while here In llllo could
not Tall to cause comment.
The ()uecn arrived by tho now
steamer Mniinu Kca on Wednesday,
urcompaulcd by Mrs. 10. A, Nuwahl,
Mrs. Aea, and hcvoral ictalncrs,
Other pahbengers held bade while
tho royal lady, leaning on tho arm
of Col. John llaKcr, (lovcrnor of tho
Island of Hawaii in tho old days,
walked down the gang plank. HIio
was tho first to land in llllo from
tho now llngshlp.
Willi her cntuuroKo Her Majesty
went lo Homulaul, tho llllo resilience
of Mrs. Naw.ihl and there, on Thurs
day at 1 1 o'clock, she hold a recep
tion which practically lafcted nil day.
The occasion was naturally mado
much of 'by tho dllTcicnt Hawaiian
ladles' hocletles. Tho local branch
of the Kaulkeaoull Society bears tho
name of Lllluokalant and it was tho
privilege of tho members to propaia'
nnil servo tho Queen's luncheon,
which was borved at I o'clock. Those
who sat ut tho tablo with her in
cluded Mrtf. IJ. A. Nawnhl, Mrs. Aea,
Mis. M. Slilpniau, Mrs, Hnpal, Mrs,
V. Nalllina, Mrs. J. A. Aliiina, Mrs.
Conrad, Mrs. J. T. Drown, Mrs, S. K.
run, Mrs, (1. Dcsh.i, Mrs, C. K. Mn
gulio, Mrs. Springor, Mrs. a. Knlhe
mil, Mrs. Knonnhl, (lovcrnor linker,
Itov. S. L. Desha, W. Purdy and No,i
Meanwhile during tho wholo pa
ilwl of tho entertainment there wcro
liunilieds of Hnwallans wh arrived
to pay their respects and the ancient
custom of chanting inelea was ob
served tliiotiglioiil. The number of
cnllorsauniboted nearly four bun
dled, and In accord with usago of the
old ilayi gifts of vnrlous sorts were
brought, to bo graciously rcrelvrd
by tho Queon. I'lgs, chickens, taro,
liol, lels, opihls and every detail of
Hawaiian luxury came In profusion.
The Queen, who appeared In ex
cellent health, stood the ordeal or thu
continuous reception very well In-
Every lady wants a New Hat
or something- new for Easter
Newest Style Hats
From $2.50 to $12.00
iVvl I AlUre
deed, though she wnH naturally tired
after It.. Sho left with her retainers
uguln on Friday for Ilouolulu, taking
with tier nn lmmeuso assortment of
prcsciUs mnilo lier liy the ladles of
the Ivunhiinianu Society. Her MnJ
etity'8 stay In llllo wart a very distinct
lllf which was enjojed by n"l
j classes of the community Irrcspcct
Ivo of race.
Duke of Abruzzi
It Is Interesting lo know that Mr.
(leoigo Davis, tic 1 .v.ycr, Is second
imirln to Miss Kntheilno Klklns, who,
tlioy suy, will wed thu Pilnzl I.ugl. Tho
following clipping from tho Washing
ton Post will bo icad Willi great Inter
et, as tho I'rlnco mado such u good
Impression while hero not bo very
"Washington may expect within n
few days the announcement of thu en
gagement of Miss Katherluo Klklns,
daughter, of Senator Stephen 11. Kl
klns, mid Mrs. Klklns or West Viigln
ia, to I'rlnco l.ugl Anieadco (liuseppo
Maria Fcrdlnntulo Francubco, tho Duko
of thu Abruzzi.
"Mrs. Klklns and Miss Klklns will
return to Washington today fioni u
fortnight's visit to Kloiida. Tho Duko
of tho AhriiZ7l, who sailed finiu Ku
I ojio on tho last day of Kobruary, en
teilng the United States from Havana,
uftur u few days in Florida, will also
arrlvo at Washington today. It Is bo
Moved by tho fi lends of Senator und
Mrs. Klklns that thu umioimceniont of
tho engagement will bo mado almost
Immediately after tho arrival of Mrs
Klklns and Miss Klklns. So emphatic
a aulotus wns put upon a hint or tho
engagement at Ita Inception last sum
mer by tho family of Miss Klklns that
It has never slncu gained either cur
leucy or ciedcnco.
"Apart from tho prestige of' his
closo relationship to tho king of Italy,
tho marriage would bo a brilliant onu
from many standpoints. Tho Duko of
Abruzzi Is n man of distinguished
achievement In tho world ot science.
As an arctic oxploior ho bus penutrat
ed further north than any ono except
I'eary. Ho met Miss Klklns lit tho
time of his visit to thla country last
maimer, when ho eunio In command
of the Italian ships which participated
In the celebration at Jamestown.
"Tho only daughter and youngest
child, Miss Klklns has been a Idol
with several older hi others, with
whom bho has led n wholesome, nut
door life. Sho Is an excellent sports
woman, n daring 'and fearless rldor,
nnd withal u womtm of ftno polso,
much sweetness and dovold of that
self consciousness which so ofton innrs
tho chaim or a beautiful and othoivvlso
uttrucllvu woman. Her beauty la of
13 l-2o, 15c, 20c yard
20c, 25c, 27 l-2o 30c yard
- 25c, 30c yard
- - - - 37 1-2cyard
- - 22 1-2c, 25c, 40o
tho olimlvo, haunting type, such ns
Itomucy fovcil to duplet.
"lloth from her father und from her
mother Miss Klklns will Inherit
wealth. Her mother Is a daughter of
Henry Ousbnwny Davis, former Unit-'
ed State Senator frnm Wnit Vln-lnln I
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and candidal!) for tho vlco-prcsldcncy
oil the Democratic ticket at tho last
national election. With her mother
bho (spent part of last Hummer In
Kurope. Tho Duko of the Abruzzi wua!
thlrly-llvo years old In January.
"Iloth Mies Klklns nnd (ho Duko of
tho Abruzzi nro well, known In Rich
mond. Miss Klklns attended tho
horso show hero In l'JOi! and mado a
gteat number of friends during her
stay. Tho duko wna at thu exposition
In June of last year, whero many Hlch
inonil people hud tho pleasure of meet
Thu reception which wns given Jlr.
Carrio Jacobs-llond by the ladles ol
thu Kunalu Ilovvlng Club at tho Myrtlo
boat house on Saturday afternoon from
Ihiee-thlrty until six was a very do
llglitful affair. Tho celling of tho boat
liouso was hung with tho urllstlu
branches of the popper treu ami mado
a llnu showing. Tho brass bowls of
nasturtiums on tho tea tables were
very much admired. Miss Myra An
gus, tho president of tho club, received
tho gnoses, assisted by sovornl others,
and Mrs. Iloml wus on her right hand.
Sho woio n smart black laco frock
and lllma Ids were around lior neck.
Sho conversed In an Interesting man
ner with tho guests and charmed all
who met her. Miss Angus looked ex
tremely well und mado u charming
hostess. Tho Kiiiuchumchu quintet
club played and sang thioiighout thu
afternoon. A delicious tea was served.
Among thoso who wore there to meet
.Mrs. llnnil woro Mrs. Walter Fionr(
Mrs. K. M. Hvvnnzy, Mrs. S. M. Angus,
Mrs. I.aurn Wight, Mrs. K. I. Spalding,
Mrs. W. W. Hull, Mrs. F. Mako, "Mrs.
Miller, Mis. Caspancel, Mrs. W, G.
Kay, Miss Schaefer, Miss Webster,
.Mrs. F. II, Angus nnd many others.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Green of Lob An
geles, aunounco tho engagement of
their daughtor Jeanclto, to Mr. Wil
liam I.nwionco Warren of Honolulu.
Tho young people met In college six
years ago, Miss Green being a Sorority
girl und Mr. Wurrcn n frntciplty bo.
Mrs. Frcar's At-Home
Airs. Waller Fre.ir, tho wlfo of tho
Governor, will not receive on Monday,
April sixth. Her nex,t recopjlon day
la on Kaster Mnndny, April 20tl, when
Mrs. Harold Dillingham nnd a num
ber of other brides Imvo promised to
assist lior. Mrs. Fruar has had n num
ber of small luncheons and breakfast
parties of n very Informal nature re
cently. Sho Iiqh also had afternoons
for receiving callers by special ap
pointment, strangers belug particular
1 'u -
ly unxloim to meet hor. Governor and
Mrs. Frcar aro alwajs glad to wel
come strangers who express n wish to
cull. It Is well perhaps that stramrors
should know that this homo has tho
Manoa Ficnlo Party
A most cnjnynbiu picnic-swimming
party was given on Wednesday at the
McClannhaii plnco by tho Misses Vio
let nnd Vera Damon. Tho pool, on
closed by vines and shrubs, Is ono of
tho most artistic places In Honolulu.
It Is (lied and mado beautiful by na
turo niuf the hand of man. Tho day
was perfect nnd thoroughly enjoyed
by all tho guests. Tlioy Included Mrs.
fllchard Cooke, Mrs. . Krncst Iloss,
Mrs. Krdman, Misses Jooslo Kennedy
Grnco Webster, a guest of tho Ken
ncdys, Ireno Fisher, Allco Hcdumnnn,
Carmen Clowo, Mnrgrfrot and lleatrlcu
Castle, tho Misses Watorhouso.
Visit to Kerr's
A visit to Kerr's department stoie
en Alnkea atreet Is ono of the right
things for tho frugal housewife thcsij
dajs. Korr always has bargains In
overy line. In his millinery depart
ment a very attractive display la be
ing made of (ho latest stylo Kaster
hats at tho very lowest prices. A
special feature Is also being mndu this
week of a nlco lino of lawns. Kerr
carries tho Sornsls snoo bo that tho'
lady who duals there Is Biiro to bo woll
dressed and comfortable fiom top to
That bright llttlo opera "Tho MaB
cot," Is getting on well. Tho chorus
Is In very good form and tho principals
Jiavo .entered Into their Bovurnl parts
with enthusiasm. Thu dates fixed for
tho production aro tho 23rd and 25th.
Tho cnBt Includes:
Plppo, a shepherd... Mr. Hugo Hcrzcr
Fdcrerlck, I'rlnco of l'lsn
Mr. Jns. D Dougherty
Lorenzo XVII, i'rlnco of I'loniblro .
Mr, M. II. Webb
flocco, n Janitor A. It. Cuuhu
I'nrarnnto, sergeant ....Chris Jenkins
Miitheo, Innkeeper ........ Win. Kerr
l'ranclsca P. G, Cox
Dr. Kllldcdu Arthur Mackintosh
Angelo, pngo . .Master Vernon Tciinoy
Marco, page. Master Iloynohl McOrciw'
Flunctta, daughter of Lorenzo XVII
Mrs. Huffy Horzer
Mn Cherle ...Mrs, Walter Macfarlniin
Ucttlnu, the Mascot.. Mrs. L. Tt. CrooH
Mrs. K, C. Damon, Mrs. MacKinnon
and Mr. Jnck McKlnnon oxpect, to
spend soveral weeks at tho Damon
placo n't old Wnlklkl. They tnko pos
bcssIou ot tho bungalow Thursday
next. Mrs. MacKinnon gavo a delight
ful llttlo ten lust week nt thu esl
deiicu of her daughter. Sho Is ulwns
u most charming and agrccablo host
ess. It Is Quito the usual thing for
strangers to wish to sco Alimlinu anil
on Tuesday ot this week, notwith
standing the Illness of Governor Cleg
Horn, Mrs. Cleghorn, his niece, was
kept very busy entertaining nearly
tony callers. Tho visitors were
chat mod with the beautiful estate,
and ten, served o utho Inual, was an
Interesting feature. Governor Clei!
horn linn been confined to his loom
with a violent cold throughout tho
week, but Im feeling much more com
fortable today. Among tho callers
wero Mrs. Wilder and Miss llerndou,
The I'lennantoii In having lln full
complement or guests, nnd Hie popular
mnii'vlou Is a delightful place to spend
(he summer with Its swimming khI,
cool mid green lawn, shudu (roes, and
breezes dliect fiom Manoa. Among
the arrivals ilurlng tho week wcro
llrlgadler General It. II. Pratt and
Mrs I'rntt. of Denver, Coin.; Mr. S. A.
Duko, or llaxtur. Ark., und his grand
daughter. Miss .Marguerite Duke, or
Montlcollo, Ark.; Dr. II. IluiHMiinn nnd
wlfo of Mllidcn, Neb.; Mr- and Mn.
WIHIam Nlcoll Monro, of ltcdl.inds,
Cilir. ; Mr. Alexander l.nglo nnd Miss
I. I.oglu of San I'ranclsco; Mr. l-oglo
Is lepreseiitlag lllrd & Co. of Calcutta;
ami Mr. Kobeit I. John.
Miss Allco lledcmnnn wan thu host
ess of n pretty Kaster luncheon on
Thursday In honor or her guest, Mis
Carmen Clowe, of Woodlnvvn, Cnllfor
uln. Tho tnblu set on tho circular
lanal overlooking the sen was a mass
of green fern1!. Yellow und white rib
bons Indicating the places of the
guests, on the ends of which wcro tied
K'llow ducklings, thu cauls with each
name ulsn having a hnnd-palnted duck
ling. Tho guests Included Misses Vlo
let nnd Vera Damon, Ilentrlcu Castle,
Irene Klsher, Mailgo McCundleas, Alfce
Cooke, Grace Webster, Dorothy Hart
well, Mrs. Itlclinrd Cooke.
The pretty bungalow of Mm. Albert
Judd was thu accuo on Friday of n
reception given In honor of Mrs.
James Judd, whoso marriage to Dr.
Judd occurred a short tlmo ngo. The
houso was fragrant with flowers, ferns
nnd shrubs, nnd the hostess received
with her mother, Mrs. A. Francis
Judd, the hrldu being Introduced by
Mrs. Albert Judd, She In n most at
tractive girl, mid looked charming,
dressed In u becoming bluo frock.
Thero wero many oung married pco
The hop at (ho Moana Hot -1 on
Thursday evening wns well attended
and -their wero many strnngers, who
r.eemed to enjoy tho quintet club
which played for (ho dnncers In (ho
drawing-room. Thcro wero several'
llttlo dinners preceding the event, and
over seventy-live guesta lu the dining
loom. Tio I'rlnco nnd PrlnccsH Kuvvaua
nnkoa return to their residence In
Scurvy, Malaria and Improverished Blood
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ominend It to any ono who has a rundown constltutlon."
Avo Drooklyn, N, Y.
Duffy's Pure Malt
Is nn absolutely puro distillation of nitilled main, groat rnro being used
to have every kernel thoroughly mailed, thus destroying the germ and pro
ducing n preillgestcd liquid food In llio form of a malt essence, which Is
(ho most effective tonlo stimulant und luvlgorutor known to sclcuco; wiff.
ened by warmth and moisture, Its palntabllKy nnd freedom from Injurious
substances render it Fothnt it can bo retained by tho most sensltivu stomach.
It cures nervousness, typhoid, malaria, overy form of stomach troublo,
diseases of tho throat and lungs, nnd nil ruti-down and weakened condi
tions of tho body, brain and nerves, it Is prescribed by doctors, and Is
recognized as a family medicine everywhere,
CAUTION When you ask your diuoglst, grocer or dealer for Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey be iure you get the genuine. It Is the only abiolutelv
pure medicinal malt whiskey and Is sold In sealed bottles only; never In
bulk. Price 51.C0. Look for the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label,
and make sure the seal over the cork is unbroken. .Write Dr. R. Curran,
consulting physician, for free Illustrated medical booklet and free advice.
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y.
l'eiisacola sttcct after spending many
months with Col. nnd Mrs. S. Parker
nt tho Diamond Head villa. Tho
Pnrkers aro also reluming (o their
town houso on Kmmii street next
week nnd will go to tho Tantalus
bungalow for a few weeks before Ball
ing for the Coast. Tho Misses Muriel
nnd lleatrlcu Campbell will meet their
parents und In the nudimti enter the
convent school which tho Princess
wns graduated from Notro Dame,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. ABhford. of Her
etnnlii avenue were tho host and host
csm ot n charming dinner on Wednes
day ovenlng In honor or Dr. and Mrs.
F, II. Ilumphrls. Dr. und Mrs. Mack
all, Mr. nnd Mrs. Uuchlcy, Mrs. Gard
ner Wilder nnd Captain Carter, U. S.
N. Hoses artistically arranged formed
tho center piece In conjunction with
mnldcu-lialr ferns. After dinner, Mrs.
tlriice Mackall favored tho guests
with several of her songs most beau
Dr. and Mrs. Ilnldwln entertained
it dinner In honor of Dr. and Mrs
James Judd last evening. These will
bo much entertaining after Kaster for
the many charming young brides In
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Frauds (lay W9rc seen
about town (hit week busily greeting
their friends after a delightful main
land trip. The sailed for Kauai this
Dr. und Mrs. Judd, who arc being so
cntUuslastlcnlly entertained, were1 the
gueHts of honor nt a dinner given by
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcrrlt Wilder on Tues-
Mrs. Hnwes, Sr., gavo nn Informal
luncheon on Wednesday In.lionor of
Mrs. 0. Hedemann, Mrs. M. M. Scott
and her sister, who Is her guest.
Tho "Far Knstern Question'; club,
under thu ausptcoH of tho College
Club, held n class meeting with Mrs.
Whitney this morning.
Sheriff and Mrs. laukea returned on
Friday nfter n very pleasant Outing
Dr. Clark-accompanied Mrs? Ilhldlng
to llllo and will spend Buteral weeks
Pnymnstcr and Mrs. Ilrooko hnvc
taken the Queen Kmma cottngo vacat
ed by Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Hawcs, Jr.
Mr, Kdward Hedemann will spend
tho summer vacation In Honolulu.
Tho King of Italy has conferred up
on Mr. I.nnz tho decoration ot tho
Chevalier of (ho Order of (ho Sons of
Muurtlus nnd Lazarus because of his
kindness to I'rlnco Ferdlnnndo. who
wns hero with tho cruiser Calabria.
Prince Ferdlnando was a charming
young man and won goldon opinions
throughout the tour.
MrB, Frcar may nccompany the Gov
ernor on his Intended Washington trip.
Dr. Fitzgerald arrived from Hawaii
Sacramento Reports a
A nip cxmnpl1 of n recovf-rr In n roso
of klrilif-y Olsons" (hat wns nuppoit?l to
bo incurable I triiorled from HJcnimpn
tu. Mr I. T (llljson of 021 Ninth slrct,
Kicnunciito, was In October ins! In n. lo
cal linstilliil In the Capital City, swollen
wild tin- drupiy tint often attorn the -rinus
unit KU)iovil Incurable forms. An
Is ukuiiI In tli- cui"i tho hospital treat
ment got no rr-iullF. wticn tie wns ntfvtgo.!
lo try Fulton's llinnl Compound by a
friend iChnrles A. Newton, the ynrdmns
ter of the S. I'. It. 1L Co , at Hucrnmento,
who had himself been curea by tlio Irent
meiit ) l)rory txgnn to nuli-tide nnfl tlio
remit Inflammation Krnduntly nbitted And
(llbson H now buek. to his employment
with Hie K It It Co. lifter recovering
trotn n dlsenm- that H rated us tncurabto
tho world over.
In n Inter he hai Just written, Im
states, ,I believe It has saved my life.
It Is tho greiitfrtt rimedy for kidney dls
vane on earlti."
No mailer whether rnllill "kidney
trouble," "Neplirim," or "llrlKlit'n nn
Vne." the rilil dimculty In INFLAMMA
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U ti.il Comotinil Is the first tinotllent for
Inllnmed kidneys Unit I lie world has ever
sui. S'iid for lllernture
JOHN J. 1TLTON CO.
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort HL, nre our
xole local nKenln. Auk rur ntmontlity
lltilletla.of J.itc recovcrlc". SJ
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HAWAII MAY HAVE TWO
UNITED STATES JUDGES
Washington D. C, April 3.
To United States Attorney, Honolulu.
Consult District Judge and wire
briefly and Immediately his views ami
yours relative to the necessity for
additional District Judgo for Hawaii.
Tho above cablegram was received
yesterday by If- S. District Attdrnoy
jlrcck'ons from the United States At
torney General, It Indicates that
thero Is a strong chance that Hawaii
may get the additional Federal Judgo
which It has been recently stated Is
mush needed In the Torrltnry on Ac
count of tho lurge nmount of work
that now fulls upon Judgo Dole.
J.'Ogden Armour lind several con
ferences In New York with interests
Identified with the Chicago nutomatlc
telephone systems throughout tho
country. The object of the confer
ences. It Is said, was to bring about
n combination of tho nutomatlc tele
phone systems of the country.
The publlc-Bcrvlce commission ot
Now York reports 3,901 railroad ac
cidents with twenty-six persons kill
ed ilurlng tho month of February?
A matt marvellous cure was ef
fected in the case of Mr. John D.
Predericks, Brooklyn, N. Y., who con
tracted scurvy and malaria, and
whose blood became impoverished
from four years' service in the Civil
Mr. Fredericks, who is 63 yean of
age, had a running; abscess on his
face which was caused by a gun
shot. He also contracted scurvy and
malaria, for which he had been treat
ed for several years without any good
His vitality wasted away and he
became a feeble old man. As a last
resort Mr. Fredericks took Duffy's'
Pure Malt Whiskey as prescribed. It
drove out' the scurvy and malaria','
built up the tissues and enriched his
blood so- that he was restored to
health and vigor, and is now a well
This Is to certify that I served four
years In tho Civil War, whero I re
ceived u gunshot wound lu the fact ,
which resulted In a running abscess.
I also contracted ccurvy In Its worst
form, I then rerved 23 years on the
pollco forco of Now York City, wherp
I contracted mnlarla nnd rheumatism,
I doctored for ysnrs until I was com
pletely run down and very feeble.
About six years ago I was told lo try
Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey which, rl
must say, has restored mo to health
nnd strength, I mn Btlir using It, nnd
would not be without it. 1 wish to
thank you, nnd I ean cheerfully roc-
KIUCKS, Jan. 20, 1907, 9205 Klatlaud