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Friday, July 24
Upon Arrival S. S. Marama
MONSTER STREET PARADE
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
7HICSS ?2.00, $1.50, $1
Tlio Orpheum was ' crowded last
night, nml no wonder. Nowhere In
any part of tho States ran you soo n
play like "Arizona" presented with
as capable u tonipany, nor such at
tractions as were offered between
acts, as In Honolulu's popular the
ater. The play "Arizona" took well
with tho nudlonce, among which wna
n great number of moii-of-warsmcn
who were most generous In their ap
plause. Miss lllancho Arm I gnvo
four selections, which wero iccclvcd
with unstinted applause. Tho artlsto
more than duplicated her former trl-
"Arizona" will bo given at tho
matinee today nml tonight for tho
last time. Monilny evening tho com
pany will bo Been In Geo. Ado's com
edy "The College Widow," tho fun
niest comedy of several seasons, n
play that never fails to establish n
now record. The cast Is a long (mo
and will require tho full acting com
pany; now specialties nnd pictures
A soldlor was taken to tho Queen's
'Tnopltal on Thursday with n badly
gashed face, having evidently been
Uun-k Willi a fkittlo. llu was taken
to tho Port Shatter hospital ycstcrd'iy
May's Old Kona Coffee
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And OLD KONA COFFEE is easily the
BEST HAWAIIAN COFFEE. So, in May's Old
Kona Coffee you have the finest coffee bean in
the world, fully aged in a scientific coffee ware
house, roasted by the latest improved gas pro
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Tor hours before tho Armada was
sighted thous.inds of enthusiastic
sightseers pennded Diamond Head,
Punchbowl, and the lighthouse hill,
where tho grandest lcws could bo
obtained. It was a glorious (i.igeant,
nnd wild cheers rent the nlr as tho
Connecticut, Admiral Spcrry's fam
ous warship, lottudod Kol.o Head,
closely followed by other ships of tho
great white Fleet It wns n sight
never to he forgotten, and tin. won
derful setting of azure sky nnd sun
lit waters nnd, above' nil, Diamond
Head.wlth the rellertlon of the sun
upon Its glorious sides, all added to
the superb spectacle "Pence- with
Honor" whnt a glorious thought I
Jinny hcaitH'wero thrilled with pa
triotism nnd cen tho most conscr
vntlvo proved themselves loynl to
America In their cffoits to show their
appreciation of the majestic pageant.
I'liigi mid bunting everywhere. Not
an American house without its ling
proudly floating In the breeze. After
tho Bhlps reached the harbor mouth
launches began to carry tho officers
ashore. It was very gay In the har
bor nnd on tho Yankton and other
supply boats there were several lun
cheon parties. The Yankton enter
tained Jlrs. Southeilnnil, tho Misses
Harriet nnd JInry Southerland, Dr.
and Jlrs. Iltimphils, P.ij master nnd
Jlrs. Ilrooke, Jlrs. Hawes, Dr. Collins,
and tho usual complement of o Ulcers
not to mention "Deans," Jlr. JInyer's
lloston bull terrier. Tor luncheon
wero Jlr. nnd Mis. Oco. Kalrchlld,
the JIacfarlanes, and several othcra.
The. harbor wns alive with small
craft of nil kinds and how wildly
they cheered the grand battleships!
Thursday evening tho streets -were
crowded until long past midnight,
nnd the billllnnt clertilcal effects on
nil tho principal buildings converted
tho town Into a "Palace of Light."
Gayety everywhere, and amusements
galore. It has been a constant feto
with too many dinners and lunches
to even attempt to describe. Jinny
of tlio omcer3 are well known hero
and lmvo many friends who nro
charmed to entertain them, it's a re-
mnrknble fact, for once, men enough
to go round, but so few girls! What
a pity! The joung married women
certainly have It all their own way
In Honolulu.', Perhaps they aro tho
least bit si-ollpd, but who can blame
them with so, much attention?
Tho following account of .Miss Jos
fcolyn's wedding Is most interesting
"Jllss Gertrude Josselyn had a perfect
summer day for her wedding, buu
J skies and siinshlno adding tho last
possiuio touch or beauty and brllllanco
to tho great event. Tito Josselyn
home, wherotho wedding took place,
at noon, was., tilled' with exquisite
flowers for tho affair palest roses,
masses of feathery asparagus fern,
and the dainty pink and bluo hydran
gea were banked in tho drawing rooniB
nnd hull, and made a pietty setting
for the bright frocks nnd big hats of
tho women guests. Tho gowns worn
at this wedding wero handsomer than
have been eIiohh nt uny day time
event litis jeur. and tho ensemble of
pile greens and ehnnipagno color,
pinks and lemon yellows wns qulto
dazzling. Tlio bridesmaids, seven, in
all, woro llngerlo frocks, with palo
pink sashes, nnd wldo bats trimmed
with roses. Tho hrldo'o own drops
was of creamy chiffon satin, trimmed
with Ventlan lace. Sho can led lilies
of tho calley. After tho ceremony tho
usual ronfii8lon of wishes and con
gratulations, laughter ilnd chatter, oc
cluded nn hour or more, nnd then the
guests were scaled nt llttlo tables In
the dining room for a delicious wed
ding breakfast. Lato In tho afternoon,
Mr. ltathboiic nnd his brldo left for
the south, where they will spend their
honeymoon, returning to take posses
sion of their Hroadway apartment
next mouth. Jlcniitlmu Jlr. nnd Jlrs.
Josselyn nnd their three unmarried
daughters wilt leave for New York,
railing thence for Europe to spend the
summer ns usual on tho continent.
Dox parties wero alt tho rage nt
the ".Man of the Hour" on Thursday
cxenlng. Tho lower right hand box
was occupied by Secretary of Torrl-
'tory Ernest Jlott-Siulth nnd Jlrs.
j JlottSmllh, Miss Lilly Paty, Jllss Cor
delia Walker, Dr. Cofer. Paymaster
and Jlrs. 11 rook d gavo a box party
land their guests wero Jlr. and Jlrs.
Itobcrt Atkinson, Jlrs. Schultzo of
Now York, nnd Boveral offlccis. Tlio
lower stage box was occupied by n
distinguished group of ofllcers. The
dull red background of the boxes mado
tho young women look particularly ef
fective. Everybody woro a black
spangled net In tho llrooko box, and
In tho lower box the ladles woro white.
.Mrs. Gardner Wilder gavo a largo
party, nnd thero was a fnlr sprinkling
of well known faces nil over tho
house. Jlr. Vlcrra's orchestra fur
nished the excellent music and tho full
cast wns ns follows:
Alwyn Dennett W. D. Adnms
Charles Wnlnright ....W. I Emory
Scott It. Olbbs K. K. Arnold
Illchnrd Horrlgan A. E. Murphy
James Phelan G. C. Potter
Perry Carter Wnlnright. W. L. Warren
Judgo Newman J. A. Wilder
Henry Tompson M. II. Webb
William Ingram I.. S. Cornices
Illchnrds P. Roberts ,.,....W. E. Kerr
Henry Williams O. E. Schaofcr
Arthur Payne . . US. Conncss
Mills S. Wight
Dailns Wnlnright.. Jllss Nellie JIcLnln
Cynthia Garrison .. Jlrs. JI. H. Webb
Jlrs. Ilcnnctt Jlrs. McLennan
Act 1 A room In tho homo of
Charles Walnrlght. . Wnlnright and
1 Horrlgan select tho proper man for
, Act II Tho JIayor's office seven
months later. Horrlgan finds bo's up
against tho real thing.
I Act HI Reception room In tho
i Charlton Hotel on tho samo floor ns
tho ball room. A fow days later.
Act IV Two committee, rooms In
tho city hall. Ono week later than
Tho stngo under the direction of
W. D. Adams. Orchestra under the
direction of F. J. Vlcrra.
' it '
Among thoro who nro hero for
Fleet week nro Jllss Low, Jlr. nnd
Jlrs. Druner, Jtr. nnd Jlrs. lo Quald,
Jlr. Carl Woltcrs, Jlr. and Jlrs. Tom
'C. White, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Caspar, Jlrs.
I Carrie Robinson, Misses Lily and
i lletsy Ackcrman. Jlrs. J. D. Paris,
Jllss Amy Giccnwcll, Jlr. Arthur
Grecnwcll, and many others.
Pol luncheons are nlways dollght-
fill affairs when well managed mid
tho ono given by Jlrs. J. O. Carter
last Friday was a decided success In
every senso of the word. Jlr. nnd
Jlrs. Carter sailed In tho Alameda for
a trip to California.
Doctor Cofer was the host of a dln-
jn'or at the Young Hotel on Jlonduy
evening In lionor of Jlr. and Jlrs.
Robert Atklnbon nnd Jlrs. Schultz
of New York. Tho table looked very
pretty with Us candles, flowers, and
Jlr. and Jlrs. II. JIacfnrlane, Mrs.
Jordan, the Jllsses Jordan, Jlrs. Clif
ford Kimball, Captain and Jlrs.
The Chief Quartermaster on
the battleship Kentucky called
at the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n office yes-
tcrdny and In the course of
conversation stilted that the
men on Jioard bis ship have
already Bent over four bun-
dred copies of the Hullo-
tin's Fleet edition lo their
homes In tho States.
This was the result of the
first day In port, nnd more
wero still .going out. Reports
from other ships are of tho
same order. The II u 1 1 e
tin's Fleet edition Is thus
piovlng one of the best "boos-
ter" publications Honolulu
hns ever hnd.
Southerland, tho Jllsses Southerland,
JIib. Spalding, the Jlls&es Spalding
(3), Canon nnd Jlrs. Usbourne, Jlr.
Curzon Usbourno, Jlrs. Wnltcr Drlnc-
kcrhof, Jllss Anna Paris, Jlrs. Hawes
Junior, Jlrs. JIcGrcw, Jllss Hnrda-
wny, Jlrs. Ernest wntcrnouso, mo
Misses Wntcrhousc, Jlrs. Henry Wn
tcrhoiiso, Jllss Krout, Mrs. Laura
Wight, Jllss Margaret Castle, and
Jlrs. Hermann Focke gnvo a lunch-
con on Monday In honor of Jlrs.
Harold Rice, who, with her husband,
the crnc'k polo-player, will icmaln
in Honolulu for some time.
Jlrs. Fred. Waterhouso gavo n Jol
ly bathing party at Pacific Heights
on Monday night In lionor of her
niece, Jllss Harriet Young.
Jlrs. Anderson wns nil out-going
passenger In tho Alameda for a visit
of several weeks with her relatives.
Jlrs. Fred. Carter's llttlo tea on
Saturday nftcrnoon last wns a most
Jlrs. George Perkins, wife of Sen-
ntor Perkins, is domlclllcd nt the
Jlr. Georgo 11. JlcCleltan will nr-
rlvo from Washington tho end of this
Mrs. Francis M. Swanzy's dance
for tho younger set occurs this oven
lug. Mr. Harold Gordon Spencer hns
been admitted to tho bar.
JIih. A !(iii7.(i Gartley will spend" a
few weeks on Kauai.
About a year nKO n. A. Sodorercn." n
druKRlst. wrolo ua from Cullnwny, Ne
limnkn, that ho had a serious enso of
ltidncv (llftrn-ia and that bla physician did
not offer him much encouragement. He
denlrcd to put Fulton's Hciml Compound
In stock for his own cue and if he KPt
l csult ho would sell It to others. Ho
wroto se.ornl times for advlc. showing a
ery obstinate caoe. Ho now writes: "It
li now ten month slnca I began using
the compound, nnd although my case has
been very obatlnute. It neem to have An-
idly yltlded to the trcntment. I havo no
doubt rcxults would have been obtained
ooner had I not kept nt work."
(Duo to tho results obtained In this
case our agencies wero promptly accepted
in uuiiiwny ami tao aujommg lown.j
Hlmply unother cane of Kidney troublo
In which tho Inflamed kidneys refused to
respond to tho futile old-time kidney ex
citants and that nfter all else hail rolled.
yielded to Fulton's Hcnal Compound, tho
first und.onty emollient for Inflamed kid
neys. Inflammation of tho kidneys. e.ven
in Its advanced rorms. Is now curaule.
Send for literature.
JOHN J. FULTON CO..
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort Street, nro our
f-olo local ngents. Ask for IJl-Monthly
Uulletln of Into recoveries. 81
Lightning struck nn nutomobllo In
which Governor Hughes of Now York
was riding at Albany, shattering tho
glass, front nnd steering gear and
slightly Injuring Wilfred Plain, Jr.,
(Additional Social Notes on Page 12)
IN THE HEINZ
There you have it! The best relish made, in the only
perfectly sanitary can on the market.
This Superior Apple Butter is made in the HEINZ
WAY boiled down m good cider with pure spices from
fine, tart apples.
The HEINZ people wouldn't put such a superior article
in a can that might taint it; so they got up the Sanitary
Can, which absolutely precludes ell possibility of contami
nation. Ask Your Grocer for HEINZ APPLE BUTTER.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
Our equitwMt for producing it includes Steam at all kouri, Wkite
Suits for Milkers, Covert Bnekets wttk Absorbtnt Oot, Tail look for
Cows' Tails, Thorough Washing of U dder, aid Oonitait Skilled Suierrf
s(on. It costs, but is worth it.
MCPHEE IS THE BEST
OF WILD WEST ROPERS
Out In Ebcn Low's new arena In,"
Knplolanl Park the old wild and wool
ley West wns for a while translated
again to earth, nnd tho crowd which
filled blecchcrs nnd lined the fonco
saw cowboys nnd fantastic Indians
perform as In days of yore and gore.
Angus JlcPhee amply proved his
abilities ns a horse- and ropc-naudler.
Ho won tho preliminary roping and
tlelng contest In 1:10, which was far
'and away the best time.
I Tho Bteers were particularly lively,
and played skip the rope and per
formed ballet-dancing stunts to their
own complete satisfaction, It not to
that of some of tho men who had to
j As one of tho features of tho after-
noon yesterday the stago hold-up act
from Iluffnlo Hill's Bhow was tlupll-
cnted. The stngo drove out, was pur-
sued bv tho bloodthirsty Anncbcs. cud
turcd. nnd then rescued by U. S. env-
,y, which arrived ,Jn the nick ot
The officials wero ns folows:
Judges Louis Warren, Geo, Camp,
Flagman Lester Pctrlc.
Timers John Walker, J. L. Lem
on, F. Hnlstcad.
Announcer J. Doyle.
Summary of events:
Potato race Sonny Gay and John
Wild steer riding W. Jlelekule,
Nigel Jackson, J. Jlallnn.
Droncho busting Tom Lopez.
Wild steer roping contest Angui
JlcPhee. 1:10; J. Jlallnn, 1123; W.
P. Aknu. 1M0.
Tug of war Lcllebua ranch de
feated Kualoa ranch.
Mnvcrlck branding Tom Lopez,
J. Jack. W. P. Akau.
Wild borsQ roping A. Jones nnd
John Fernandez, 0:17; Jack Low
nnd Jt. Kclllllkc, 0:14; C. 11. Judd
nnd Jlnknonl, 0:30; Angus Jlcl'hco
and E. Lindsay, 0:3C.
Ono mile cowboy rolay race C.
II. Judd, J. Jlallnu.
Tho show continues from 1 to 5
p. m. today. Entries clpso thirty
mlnltcs beforo the events.
Tlio second series Bchedulo ot the
Scisl(l0 "ascbnll Leaguo follows:
juiy i cinrugniB vs. sweet vio-
July 19 Okuwns vs. Stnrllncs.
July 20 PucIIIcb vb. Okuwns.
July 20 Sweet VIoletB vs. Star
Hues. Aug. 2 Starllncs vs., Pacifies.;
Aug. 2-i-Ok'uwns vs. Starlights.
Aug. 9 Pacifies vb. Sweet Violets.
Aug. 1C Okuwns vs. Sweet Vio
lets. Aug. 16 Starlights vs. Pacifies.
Aug. 23 Starllno vb. Okuwns.
Aug. 23 Starllnes va. Okuwns
-Sweet Violets vs. Star-
30 Pacifies vs. Okuwns.
6 Okuwns vs.Starllghts.
C Starllnes vs. Pacifies.
13 Pacifies vs. Sweet lVo-
Sept. 13 Starlights .vs. Starllnes.
Sept. 20 Starlights vs. Pacifies.
Sopt. 20 Okuwns vs. Sweet Vio
lets. Tomorrow's baseball Is St. Loula
vs. Santa Clara nnd Diamond Heals
TUB ASSOCIATED Oil steamer
Rosecrans, with tho bargo Monterey
In tow, arrived from Jlontcrcy Thurs
day afternoon and went to the
Railroad wharf. The Rosecrans has
24 000 barrels of oil and tho Monterey
20,000 barrels of nil. They will get
away for tbo CoaBt nbount Sunday.
Captain Gus Holmes of the Rosecrans
reportB a very smooth voyifgo. H
wns In company with tho fleet for two
days and then lost Bight ot them.
Wednesday night ho was closo enough
to tho warships again to seo tho re
flection of their searchlights.
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