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EVENING RULLETIN, HONOLULU,' T. IL, SATUttDAY, AUO. 15, 1008.
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CHARM OF MANNER
BY ELBERT HUBBARD -
Here's a pointer for you.
If you are Hunting for Health drink a
glass of Primo Beer with your meals.
It aids digestion, induces sound,
healthful sleep, and quiets, tired, worn
The 2 1-2 per cent, of alcohol is too
slight to be considered, except as it
assists the digestive functions and gives
a slight stimulation.
One of the best things it does is to
flush the system. Water does not taste
good enough we don't drink enough
of it: that's where one of the virtues of
Primo Beer comes in.
Ask Your Physician About It.
of the Family
THAT is what the Edison Phonograph
will be in your home.
It is nev2r tired of amusing the rest, and it is just a jolly
good friend of everybody.
It reproduces vocal and instrumental music with all the
dash, swing, and resonance of the human voice, the brass
band, the perfect orchestra.
You never get tired of hearing it.
Call at our store and hear some of -the new records.
We also carry VICTOR TALKING MACHINES.
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, LTD.,
Alexander Young Building
Ford Island Picnic (straight black Inlr levelling to her
Mrs. C. Hollowny gave a must en j ankles nnd of wonderful thickness,
joynnie picnic nt ori island on Wed- ami n tall, gr.ic!oii3 figure. Although
ncsdny In honor of Messrs. Kramer f.o young, iho Is liullt on the grann
mill Hegg3, friends of her ton, Georgo scale. Her picture, taken liv Dtvpv
Urown. Swimming, launching and iiicre.ited n icnsallon In nrt circles of
delicious luncheon, served In the open, j the i:ast. Hho has hetn Urguu to be
mad( the hours fly. Among the guests j come a model, hut absolutely refines,
were Misses Vera Damon, Alice llcde- J preferring honiu and friends to the
matin, Ella Wight, W. Lnnz, Iieno popularity and notoriety of the ilmo
Fisher, Achilles, Jessie Kennedy, light,
Sara I.ucas, Alice Itotli, Genovlevoj
Langton, Robertson (2), Messrs. D. j Wu are cettalnly getting up-to-date
Kennedy, Lowroy (2), Erllg Hede- innl moro like fashlonahlo places
man, llngnct, W. Ilvcioft, Georgo across tho water. That a "society
ltcntnn, Louis Reliton, Achilles, Shaf- manager" Is an absoluto necessity to
cr (2), Georgo Fuller, K. Walker, Quy every well-regulated hotel In tho
Macfarlanc. Tho chnperones Included States has been a long recognized
MrB. Georgo Carter, Mrs. Helen Non-
nan, .Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mrs. Achil
Mrs. Brooke Departs
.Mrs. n. iinycs lirooKe was n passen
ger In tho Manchuria, her small
daughter Maria accompanying her.
Sho had quite a reception on board,
many friends coining with leis and
flfiu'nra In wfuli Imr "linn vnvnt.ii "
Mrs. llninkn looked exceeding- i.rnl.. whlcI' cal1 "lwnvs he found In
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ract, Mrs. Church will certainly fill
this Important position with tact and
skill, and may success attend her.
Thero Is qulto a colony on Tantalus,
tho Harrisons, General Davis nnd
family, Mrs. Ilarudoii, the James V)
ders nnd family, MrH. Walhrldgc, Miss
Annlo I'nrk, Mr. and Mrs. Swanzy and
tamlly, the Castles, Wntcrhouscs and
many others enjoying tho cool breezes
ty and seemed to regret leaving HO'
nolulu, whero sho Is very much liked
Doth sho and Paymaster Brooke, who
railed In tho Kansas with tho Fleet,
were very popular hero ami their de
parture Is greatly regretted. Mrs.
liiooko will spend the autumn with
her mother In Now York mid Philadel
phia, rejoining Mr, Ilrooko In tho Med
iterranean In the early spring. Mr.
Ilrooko Is closely' related to tho Ellsha
Dyers, of New York's m called four
Among thoso who have attended
Miss Staccy's Interesting lectures are
Mrs. Georgo Cnrtcr, Mrs Gait, Mrs.
Achilles, Mrs. von Holt, Mrs. Goodalc,
.Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mrs. W. M.
Grnluim, Mrs. Klucgel, Mrs. Winnc
Miss Illgncll, Mrs. George Castle, Miss
Margaret Castle, Mrs, Agustus Knud
ten, Miss Anna I'ttrls, Mrs. Cnstlc
Colemau, Mrs. Mollis. Mrs. lllckuell,
Mrs. G.errlt Wilder, Mrs. Ilees, Mrs.
Muther, Mrs, Schacfor, Miss Schnfcr.
The subjects hiivo been as follows:
1. Descent of Spirit into Matter.
Tho beginning of Sacrlllce. As It was
in tho beginning so It Is now.
Tho Evening ami tho Morning
wns tho first day. Evolution of Adam.
llirlli of Eo and Immaculalu Conception.
3. Cain nnd Abel icprescntlng
Head ami Heart. Protection of Cain.
The meaning of the Flood. Fall of
Sodom and Gomorrah.
4. Abraham's Sacrifice, History of
Jacob nnd his Sons. Joseph the only
llogottcn. Meaning of his Coat of
G. Moses. The Plagues of Egypt
Tho Wilderness. Forming of thu first
(!. The lifting up of tho Drnzcn Ser
pent. Tho lied Sea and Jordan. Tho
Evolution of the Prophets. Trials of
Daniel and Elijah. Fall of Nebuchad
rezzar. 7. Tho Prophecies of Tho Christ,
Illrth of Tho Christ, Ills Mission, what
Ho exactly taught. Our perfect ex
ample. Tho Ulblo our 'absolute guide;
bow to read it.
The Harvest Homo ball at Puuncno
was tho unqualified success which tho
managers always can bo depended up
on to effect. Tho mill was artistical
ly decorated with greens, lanterns,
Mid In every Instnnco wholo trees of
blooming shrubbery, and presented a
gorgeous appearance. Tho dresses
worn by tho fair guests wore very
handsome, nnd tho number of pretty
women present was most noticeable
Tho grand march was led by Mrs.
William Scarby and Mr. 11. P. Bald
win. Tho brilliant music being sup
plied by tho Ernest Kaal orchestra,
which went over for tho ball, Tho
ball lasted Into tho smalt hours of tho
night and was u grand and unqualified
success'. Tho affair was augmented
by many from Honolulu, A luau was
held on Thtirsduy evening at thu club
house, after which u largo party made
n moonlight trip to Halenknla, spend
ing tho night on tho sldo of tho crater.
It has been ono constant round of
pleasure from tho time tho visitors ar
rived nnd they returned this morning
with kindly thoughts for their hos
pitable hosts nnd hostesses. Tho
Uuldwlns always entertain on n grand
scale nnd certainly everything that
could bo done for tho comfort and
amusement of thu guests was provid
ed. Wnikikl beach has been wclj pat
ronized during tho past week and tho
number of pretty bathers hnvo been
much commented upon. Alexander
Hume Ford, In writing up tho ncquat
1c sports, has done much to enthuse
everybody with a desire to try thein,
bo naturally tho bench Is crowded, und
everybody HockH to sco what is going
Mrs. Arnold, who really has ehargo
of tho Seaside Hotel, s it wonderful
story teller, und can speak with au
thority of Hawaii as sho was attached
to Queen Emma for years. Her
daughter, Mrs. Guest, or "Polly Peck"
as she Is much better known, Is prob-
ibly ono of tho handsomest girls In
Among tho navy women who sailed
yesterday for tho Orient wcro Mrs. O.
P. Jackson and Mrs. A. II. Cook, who
hnvo made many friends here since
thoy arrived two months ago. They
will make a short visit In Honolulu,
Joining their husbands In Japan In
Tho Charles Jossclyns have reopen
ed their country home nt Woodsldc,
where they will spend tho rest of the
bcason. They wcro recently Joined
thero by Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerald Ilath
bone, who returned last week from
their honeymoon trip to the southern
part of tho State. Call.
Mis. Macaulcy (Frauds Little) the
authoress of "The l.ndy of tho Decora
tion," nnd Mrs. Allco Hegan Itlce, her
aunt, who wrote "Tho Cnbbago Patch,"
expect to iirrlvo in tho Siberia for tho
day en route for thu Orient. They
will ho entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Tho Augustus Knudsens aro mak
ing u motor trip around tho Island
of Kauai. Tho Eric .Knudsens are
expected to return soon, Mrs. Eric
Knud sen's sister coming out from tho
old country nnd Joining tlicm In New
York, Shu will spend n year here,
GuU at tho 'Moann Hotel who
sailed In tho Manchuria were Mrt.
Aikcnbiirg of New York; Mr. Perry
of New York; Mr. Samuel McCall
of Fulton, Ky.; Mrs. F. S. Johnson,
fcon und two daughters and Miss
Glbbs of San Francisco.
Among those who hnvo departed
for u visit to tho Volcano, ale. Mrs.
F. Klamp, Mlt.s Margaret Walker, Dr.
and Mrs. Murray, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rich
ardson, who havo been spending
sumo time In town, also sailed for
llllo on Tuesday.
Mrs. John Erdmnn has cards out for
a tea to bo given at her mother's res
idence, "Woodlawn," in honor of her
cousin, Mrs. Frank T. Dillingham, on
trlday next. Mr. Georgo McClellan,
by the way, Is a guest of Governor and
Mrs. F. U. MofTnt nnd Mis. Hugh
Price, guests of the Moans Hotel,
left for their homo In Denver In the
Manchuria. Mr, Moffat Is the west
ern railroad magnate, who is now
building to the Coast.
Mr. Gustav Tnussaint of Ilerlln ar
rived In tho America Maru and will
spend some time at tho Moann Hotel.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Emory of Chicago
are also domiciled there.
Mrs. O. S. Sperry, wlfo of Admiral
Spcrry, left last week for Washing
ton, where tho Sporrj's havo n beau
tiful homo and whero they will re
main for the winter,
Dr. Joso Pinto was last heard from
In Paris, whero ho was Been nt n little
round table on tho Iloulcvard with
Senor Vlzznvona exchanging Ideas
concerning Hawnll nel,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Hedemann and
Miss Hedemnnu oxpect to sail In the
next Alameda for n trip to New York.
Thoy will piobably return In thrco
Mrs.-It. II, Robertson will nrrlvo In
tho Siberia. Her husband Is Lt. Com
mander of tho U. S. S. Tennessee Sho
litis engnged rooms nt tho Moana Ho
tel. Mr. Alan Wlilto will soon sail for
tho Coast, his objective point being
Wlchendon, Muss. Tho Whites will
remain hero for tho autumn and win
Miss Josephine I.ocko anticipates
ictiiriiing to Honolulu In thu autumn
nnd sho will resumo hor art lectures.
Mrs. Harry Lewis and son sailed for
Honolulu, possessing regular features, San .Francisco this week, Mr. Lewis'
NCE in tramping along a country lane in
England, I stopped to admire some very
vonderful roses that grew in clusters
over the iloor of a little stone cottaee. f"
As ! stood there a woman, came out of the cottage
carrying a baby, nnd there were two other babies
tugging at her dms. And this woman said to me
in the sweetest and gentlest manner, "Would jou
mind if I should give you one of the roscsi" and she
clipped oil cue with her scissors and handed it to
The action of the woman was so gentle, generous
and gracious that I was surprised, and when I tried
to express mj thanks I only stammered and said it
va3 a fine day and looked like rain
Then I bethought me I was in the land of tips and
I felt in my pocket for silver - Bui the woman
stopped me end said, "Oh. I would never take money
for a ros: but you are an American and my broth
er lives in America and perhaps you will sec him
and tell him that you saw me and the children."
Then she gave me her name and her brother's name,
but he lived in Illinois or Colorado, she could not
say which it was surely one of these
I promised to hunt up her brother. Then we shook
hands and I patted her three babies on the head and
I've forgotten the woman's name and the name of
her brother, but the incident of meeting her and the
big red rose with the mornin; dew upon it I will
never forget. Why? because she had Charm of
Manner, and that is the rarest and finest thing in
To have Charm of Manner, you do not have to be
rich, educated nor handsome for certainly this
woman I have just mentioned wns neither. But
she was just honest, gracious and considerate and
so natural in her actions that she was impressive.
Once in Wanamaker's I wished to buy a cake of
soap. The saleswoman showed me n kind at fifteen
cents a cake, that I rather liked. She told me the
price and then said, "But here is a kind that we can
sell two cakes for n quarter you see it is a little
larger cake, and while not certain, I believe you
will like it better or just as well I am sure that
you want the best."
'Give me four cakes of tint last." I said, and
slapped down a lialf dollar.
I really only wanted one cake of soap, because I had
forgotten to put a cake in my valise, nnd I would be
back home in two days anyway, but that girl's
Charm of Manner caught me
She was so gracious, so kindly and so interested in
pleasing me and worked in such a delicate little
compliment that, in some way, I felt as though she
had taken her scissors and snipped off a bij red
rose, the dew still on it, and handed it to me.
Not all the people in Wanamaker's have Cliarm of
Manner this charm that is born of concentration
To have Charm of Manner you must have both
respect for yourself and for the other,p:rson. Had
tliat Wanamnkcr girl been in the slightest degree
bold, it would have dissipated her cliarm she was
simply natural, earnest, easy, smiling, kindly.
At another time in Wanamaker's I was waited on
by a young man who was chewiny gum and talking
with a girl across the aisle about where he had been
the night before, and how he had had such, a lovely
time. He looked it.
The secret of successful salesmanship lies in Charm
of Manner. The person who has it is in possession
of a key that will unlock all hearts and pocket
books. If you have Cliarm of Manner you can't ke:p it se
cret yoii will not have to ask for a "raise" it will
gravitate to yon'every little while. -
Copyright 190S, by Elbert Hubbard
business will probably take him
San Francisco In tho near future.
Mrs. Fred Mucfarlano was tho host
ess of a charming lunchtuii on Thurt
day In honor of Airs. Achilles, Mm.
Georgo Carter's sister.
Mrs. Corborly of Kuhulut. Mnnl.
to i Even t.bc friend hiwivn linve not
jb'Pn ulilf In-lO)- it- r.-.ralli Ihefi ii:
; Mies in u-ii u" mum Hi,. iirtMlpt ini
was. Arcorrtiug d. il,. i. nibfrs of.
Iho Inner circle of the' rJutlioresj c
Mualiitanccblilp, the singe has not been
lobbed during iho searo tho hectic
haired writer has restrained hor libs
ah mo gusli and renllmcnt. tho
lias returned to her honm after n' drlbMlnt? nw-n n, .vi,.,. '-...i ,i, 'i..
pleasant visit with Mrs. L. M, Gray'31" hilling nnd eOcln; of the 'novel
of King street. I ,iavO been Intensified and enlarged on
k i, " Int through fo'fr JooAdy construct.
Miss Jesslo Kanfmann's new novel.; Tho famous tlterslla rue furnish
Tho Jewel of tho Sea." has been at- tho piece- d 1 rl'flslaneo of ?Ki,
trading much attention from tho E.iBt.
wiuiiK. unii most or mo, action of tlm
(day takes place Wlthtli tho bound
aries of tho rue. Ifiihitcnllnnntrv Mm
Till Mrintni-nn r-,,L-.,u ...... ..n...i,.. Gll'll fill IlIullO,! ,-nHP MiVrnhl,, flitnnlv
u few days with the c. M. Cookes nt1 ' '', ''," M:'"?,1.,!n' nui' l't,"!':jr(,'l "
I uiikatni i ,'"J rn,, t,f ' ""I, thu tips und downs of
i.uiinuuu. I v.. , I. .,... .11.... i ...-:
1.. ... 'ii.io.iii,m ivu'iuik man aro mero
trltli'H. .Mrs. Olyn hellovos tho pro-
. v. hau u inn-linn win crciio a rens.it on In
II proliably will.
Mr. and Mrs. Tenney
motor luncheon nt llalelwa on
Miss Carmen Clnwo Vailed In tho
Manchuria for Woodlawn.
Mr. and Mrs, Cllvo Davlos will re
main In Europe ono year.
Dr. Collins Is domiciled nt tho
London, July 21. Compared to tho
drnmntUed version of "Threo Weeks,"
with tho nuthorcss, Eleanor Glyn, in
tho leading title of tho Queen, given
n private production hero jOHlerday,
such dramatic efloits of the past as
"Sappho," "Znza," "Tho Turtle" nnd u
few others havo no claim for iccognl
"Thrco Weoks" fairly slzlcn. and If
Now York Mauds for moro than ono
production of It thcrp thould ho nn
Investigation of Its pollco department,
say thoso who witnessed II. Yester
day's production was for tho nxcluslvo
edification of her own clrelo of frlumls,
but tho dotntls nro leaking out today.
llzak WawyuiPts foiesworo nlleg
lance to the Emperor of Austria on
Tuesday and became nn American cit
izen, lie Is n resident of Mountain
View hut, under tho plexenu Inw ho
will bo unablo to votu lit llio coming
election as ho was npt naturalized
thrco mouths before November 3. In
cldentnlly, the new citizen changed
his nanio to Wawj enetz, I.Izalc, which
will make It easier tcv Ulin to sign
chacks as W. i.lz"lk rather than as
L. Wnwyenetz Hawaii Herald.
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Probably tho greatest society gevent
of this your will take place on Satur-d.n-
evening, August 29, for that Is tho
dato upon which tho llllo Hums Club
has decided to gho n danco at Sprock
et Hull. Several hundred Invitations
will ho Issued ami tho wall known
hospitality of tho members of tho
Hums Club Is promise enough of thu
best of terpsclhorcun enjoyment for
everybody. Hawaii Herald. ,
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