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Mrs. Erdman Entertains
"Woodlnwn," tho residence of tlio
B. F. DllllnghmnB, wag thc scene of h
garden pnrty on Friday, tho hostess
being Mrs. J. 1. Erdmnn, who enter
tallied In honor of her cousin, Mrs. F.
I). Dillingham. The hostess mid guest
uf honor received under tho shadow
of the many flowering trees which dot
the lawn In such nbiuulanco. Mrs.
Krdliinu woro n liretty tol1cttc.of whlto
mult nnd lacu mid Mis. Dillingham, a
linntlBotno young woman, was daintily
dressed In whlto silk and imdordross
of blue. Tho bccno was most attrac
tive At tho punchbowl Mrs.Dralnurd
""'" ',.',' a 7 ,1' , "'..Mrs. P. II. Humphrls. Mrs. J.
dcr and Mrs. J. S Walker dispelled M c ' c M
Inn In fi tunat linu ullnliln iiiiiunni Tim . '
tea in u most hospltablo manner. Tho
guests strolled about the beautiful
grounds, chatting and listening to tho
sweet music of Kaal's orchestra. The
afternoon was Ideal, not a cloud
marred tho afternoon's pleasure.
Among thoso present were Mrs. Wal
ter Prenr, Mis. Philip Frcor, Mrs. Krn
est Watcrhouso, Mis. Waterhouso, tho
Misses WaterhoiiHo, Mrs. P. II. Hum
plirls, Mrs, Moore, Mrs. Rycroft, Mrs.
Itoticrt Lowers, Mrs. A, Lewis, Mrs.
McOrew, Mrs. C. Cooper, Miss Hard
away, Mrs. Kllen Weaver, Mrs. Slier
mau Iioedcfcld, Mrs. Fred Hush, Mrs.
aiguoux, Mrs. S. O. Wilder, MIsscb
Itoth, Mrs. Hawes, Jr.
Miss Ecstarick's Tea
A pretty ten was given on Tuesday
afternoon by Miss Constanco Rcstar
ick In honor of Misses Julio Damon
and Margery Peterson. They wero
assisted In receiving by Miss Edith
Spalding. Tho oung girls looked
sweet ntul pretty niid their dainty
dresses wore most becoming. Miss
Rcstnrlck was In whlto relieved with
touches of pink; Miss Damon In whlto
and black and Miss l'ctcrson In white.
Miss Spalding woro n lovely whlto
frock, Tho guests wero seated at lit
tle tables plentifully bedecked "with
flowers, mid Wero served by Miss Mur
garet Hestarlck mid the Mlssos Horry.
Among thoso present wero Misses
Spalding (3), Dilnion, Nora Swanzy,
Alice Cooper, Kathurlno Smith, Dodge,
Make, Hotli (2), Cnrdcn, Morgan, An
gits. Hopper, McCorrlston, Dauby,
Fisher, Mrs. Sailor,
Jolly Surfing Party
Tho Scmddo Hotel was the sccno rif
a, brilliant and gay affair on Thursday,
tho occasion being tho surfing party,
supper and danco which Miss Allco
Itoth gave Sho was assisted In re-
cciving by Mrs. Moth uud Mis. Clifford
High. Miss Allco Itoth has recently
ly turned from college and u trip
abroad. Sho looked particularly well
on Thursday evening In n pink em
broidered frock mid Is a great favor
ite socially, Tho affair began by surf
ing at six and, unllko muuy older par
ties, everybody went Into tho water
and hud n gloilous good t lino. Supper
was berved at seven on tho lnnat under
'tho ban tico, and It was n cheering
sight to seo bo muuy jouiig people
happy and so thoroughly enjoying
themselves. Kual's quintet club
played throughout supper and for tho
dancing. Tliero woio ubout fifty pre
cut. Including MIshch Macfarlano (3),
Hobertson, Damon, Aligns, Water
houso, Green, McConlston, Allco He-
demnnn, Ciittou, Tenney, Glrvln, Mar
lon Roth, Langton, Cooper, Wagner,
Winter, Messrs. CiibUo, DulEcnberg,
Fuller, Iscnbcrg, Kennedy, Mitchell,
Ronton, Rycroft, Schaofer, Whitney,
Walker, Mackintosh, Mncfarlaue, fllf
find, Ilrnwn Hoggs, Kramer, Cobb,
Jordan, Paris, Hcdemuun (2), Cation,
Thompson, Itoth, Dr. High.
Mattfim Al-l-al Will Rinfv
Madame Blanche Arral has consent
ed to fling at thn Opera House on Sat
urday evening, tho 2Uth, for tho bono
tit of tho fund for the leper settlement
so 41m t they can piucliuho u moving
plcturo machine. Mrs. Charles Coop
er will play a violin obllgato mid Mrs.
Sidney Ilallou will alho accompany.
Mndams Arral has a grand olco of
tho highest cultivation, mid her last
appearance will bo a gain event, All
Honolulu will turn out net only to
hear tho great uttlste but for tho godjl
cause to which Honolulu always has n
kindly feeling. Tho list of patiou
UFSes up to ditto Is as follows: Mrs.
W, F. Frcar. Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs.
Ralph O. E.Vorstcr, Mrs. F. M. Swan
zy, Mrs. Sam P.irkcr, Mis. J. R. flail,
Mrs. F. A. Schaefer, Mrs. II." Focko,
Mrs. B. I). Tenney, Mrs. S. M. Ilallou,
s. A. Jj.
Campbell, Mrs. A. A, Young, Mrs. (5.
P. Wilder, Mrs. (leo. Castle, ,Mrs. J.
M. Dowsett, Mrs. A. 0. Hawes. Jr.,
Mrs. It. P. Lange. Mis. A. 'Wall mul
Splendid Orphemn Season
Tho Orpheum has been a Joy for
ypung and old allko during the en
gagement of tho present company. It
Is a really good show and has been a
decided treat. Tho ""equilibrist won
der, Adonis, Is marvclously dexter
ous, and ns graceful as ho la v lltlio.
"Lottie, tho dog wjth tlio human
brain," Is a perfect specimen of tho
fox terrier thoioughbred; nervous, ac
the and (lover, sho Is always ad
mired nd applauded vigorously. Her
pretty llttlo head has a most Intelli
gent cock and her ojes aro beautiful.
Dog and master nro well matched and
havo called forth thunderous applause
nightly, Tho violin simply talked
when Rlnaldo plued last evening. Ho
can do what he pleases and his magic
extended its Inllucnco over tho audi
ence, making them snd or gay at will.
The comedy skit of Hullcu and Fuller
was amusing and railed forth gooil
acting. Of courso tho dlrcctoiro gown
eamo In for u full share of attention.
Miss Agnes A, Miles sang clover serlb
comic bongs and lundo a distinct ht.
Henri French absorbed everybody by
Jils net, ami the quick changes wero
quite magical. Ho has only Just re
covered from a severe IIIucsh and
looked iialo. Ho possesses magnetism
and provod his claim of being a great
Impersonator of famous characters.
Tho banjo was played by n master
of that Instrument and guo great
pleasure. Wilson, tho spinning cycl
ist, did everything that a wheel could
bo forced to do. Ho 1h truly-a wonder,
and absolutely first class in every re
spect. How ho was able to retain his
equilibrium was a constant sourco of
amazement. His fonts alone woro
worth moro than tho prlco of admis
sion. Tho company certainly desorvo
tho week s vacation uud luayUittln bo
allowed to run about ami disport her
self llko a regular liouso dog, mid
may she live long mid ulwnys'bo hap
py with her devoted master.
Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Oiossman re
turned last Monday after a nlno wooks
visit to tho Eastern' States, also visit'
lug St. Paul and Minneapolis during
tho Shiluors' convention.
On Friday afternoon tho library of
tho Art Lcnguo was the bceno of n
most novel little tea. Miss Ilrucc, the
retiring chairman of tho Dramatic
Circle, wns given a little farewell and
Miss Nelko, who Is passing thinugh
Honolulu, a welcome, As both Miss
Ilruco nnd Mlts Nelko nro going to
Journey to Sun Kianelsco on tho Ala
meila tho meeting of two ladles so
well known uud qualified in the art
of teaching the drama In Its many
branches, presented nn opportunity
for tho dramatic circle to gathor ovor
the tea cups. Nor wns this tho only
plcusiuo In btoro for tho limited num
ber of guests, which constltuto the
pcrsoncl of the Dramatic Circle Miss
Nelko 1 celled two selections chosen
to cicato mirth nnd won her hearers
That Miss Nelko Is an artist of the
first water was assured beond nil
doubt mid her nppcaranco In public nn
Monday evening Is n raro opportunity
extended to nil, Tho following ladles
havo consented to bo the patronesses:
Mrs. Oeorgo Carter, Mrs. F. M. Swan-
zy, Mrs. Gait, Miss Ilrucc, Miss Anulo
Pnrko, Miss draco Robertson, Mrs. P,
A. Sclinefcr, Mrs. Walbrldgo, Mrs.
(loodalo, Mrs. 0. P. Wilder, Mrs.iD,
11. Hitchcock, Mrs. Hutnphrls, Mrs.
linwes, Mrs. Graham.
Miss Miriam Nelko, who will give a
recital at the Art'Lcagdo Hall on next
Monday evening, is a New York, girl
who received her general education
and elocutionary training In that city.
Her talents havo received recognition
In tho United States nnd sho has hold
positions at tho. head of the Depart
ment of Expression In several leading
colleges. She has been successively
n director, secretary and vice president
of tho National Speech Arts Associa
tion'. Miss Nelko has a magnetic per
It may surprise those
who have always thought of the German
people as "heavy drinkers" .to learn
that competent authorities have attri
buted their success as a nation chiefly
to their temperance:
The secret is that, though they drink
a great deal, they drink Beer only,
while other nations have their wines,
whiskies, and vodkas containing a large
percentage of alcohol.
Those who drink beer as a beverage arc always
the most temperate. In Honolulu you should drink
the beer, that is brewed to suit the climate-
PRIMO BEER. This soft, mild beer contains less
than three per cent, of alcohol.
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JtONOLUML.T. ,H SATURDAY, AUG.
We Trill begin to display some of
recently bought by our
Mr; Brasch in
We will then show the Latest in
snnnllty nnd Is possessed of gicat vor-
satlllly, being equally at homo In thu
tendering of comedy nnd tragedy. Her
program Monday evening will ho n
miscellaneous one, the numbers being
varied nnd of grcnt interest,
Miss Esther McCall, daughter of
Mr. und Mrs'J. Q. McCall, sailed yes
cnjay oh the transport Sheridan for
il onoluHi, whero alio will bo tho guest
of her sister, Mrs. Hornhcrger, wlfo of
Paymaster John R. Hornliergcr, Unit
ed States Navy. A group of friends will say goodby to tho charming wire
gathered at tho dock to wish Miss Mc- of Admlrnl Swinburne, who plans to
Call "bon voyage," to snowor her with rail for Honolulu-, where sho will Join
tho attentions dear to Iho heart of tho admiral, who is In command of tho
the departing traveler and express 'the equadron. Mrs, Swlnburno has spent
hopo that her visit to Hawaii would most of her tlmo elnco tho fleet's de
bo a delightful one Chronicle. , parturo nt Del Monte, whero Bhe found
it the life nnd climate delightful; but
Dr. mid Mrs. Ernest Waterhouso' f was recently the guest of tho City
entertained at dinner un Wednesday lur Lcc8 m town llcru " ' !"'
nvonlnff 111 linnnr nf Dr nil,) Mrs - few Other VlcltS before leaving for
Jnmes Judd, Mrs. Sherman lioedefeld
nnd Mr, Tarn McGrew. A grouping of,
orchids made tho centerpiece n dreotu
Miss 'MargaYet Nichols, tho youngest
. .,, The,
Silks, Belts, and
daughtor of Dlplinp niid Mrs. William
Nichols, will not return to Bantu Hat- the Dnvles. Mr. and Mrs. Dnvlcs will
bnra for tho next school term, liutiho greatly missed, for they aro very
will spend tho winter with her family i prominent In both social and charlt-
here. Tlio Nichols will again be In
their own homo this wliiter.-Cnll.
Miss Margaret. Nichols bids fair to
bo a very pretty "glr). and quite unllko
her sister, Mrs, Philip Lansdiilc, emes
f,,r society, which alio is so filled to
Within .a few days San Franciscans
wnat nm' ,)C several months,
Among tho passengers In Ilia Ma-
i.nuka wero Mr. and Mrs. T C. Dnvtca
nndfamlly, who will spend a year In
England. Miss McClellan wns also a
pasfenger, going to England In care of
able work. There was a largo num
ber of friends to wlsl'them "bon vo
Miss Constanco Itestnrlck will bo tlio'"01""8 "cloro "a"",B 'ur """""'
l. nn; OMiiiuiiiH uvi lit mwnirt
mnld-oMionor. Tho Misses Ethel and
Allco Spalding acting ns bridesmaids.
Tho youngest Spalding girl and Vern
on Tenney will bo flower girl and pige. '
lllshop Itestnrlck will perform the
ceremony. Tho wedding frock of
Diichcssc satin nnd old rose point l.icc
Is n beautiful affair, and the lingerie
tirUSEi'H IIS I1IIU UH lUUntUB Hlltl ,111
handmade. Miss Spalding will make ,
" "u, ur,,u' . .
Miss Harriet Hatch, accompanied
the Honorable Harold Sewiill.and Mrs.
Sewnll to Quebec for the Quebec Ter-1
centenary celebration, nnd the party
had a glorious tlmo. letters to Vice -
President Fairbanks giving them tho
entro to the Inner circle. Th Sewalls
tool: their big motor along ilnd enjojetl .
ninny u spin around Quebec, tho roads
being perfect, ,
Miss Irene Dickson, her father, Mr.
Cecil Drown, mid cousin MIbs Ada
Rhodes, sailed In the Manuka for a
journey around tho world. Miss Dick
con took F.onie stuunlng frocks with
her, a confection of mauve embroid
ered and Inlet with laco bel'ig panic
ulaily nttractho. Miss Dickson bus
a lino figure nnd her frocks nil seem
to bo becoming
. P. Dillingham, tho railroad mag- jJudgi- and Mrs. Philip Weaver, In Ma
unto of Haw-ail, and his wife, enter- noa vulley,
tallied a party of six nt dinner nl thoj w .
Hotel del Coronado last night. In I r Corer who has b-en enjoying nn .
eluded In tho party wero Miss Flor-i'K ,lt tl, 1)Cach- Iias retnrnp.l o
enco Hill, of Hawaii: Mrs. Restlno of.Hr Hcrbeit's.
fndnr llnntiln Inwn. nlnl Mr. nlltl Mrs. !
10 M. Whitney nnd Mr. and Mrs. C I There will bo mi entertainment ,-r
,'w. McKeo, of this clty.-San Dlegi'tho Kllohana Art League on Monday
Ir. and Mrs. I. Riihencteln, who ro-1 Count R. von Domtkowlci. or Un
turned to Honolulu this week after wall, Is In Honolulu for n few weeks.
several months absence In New York,
nro occupylifg their pretty now res
idence In Mnklkl street. They rented
Governor Cleghorn's place at Walklkl
for two years prolous to their depart
ure for Now York.
Among the festivities of tho wools
wns tlio luncheon given by Mrs. Mor-'
gan foi her daughter Adele, on Thurs-'
day. Pink roses nnd greens exquisite
ly ndorned tho tnblo. Among thobo
present wero Mlsbes Cordlo Cnrdcn,'
Crnlg (2), Constanco Restntlck, Uello
.McCorrlston, Ethel Spalding, Allco
Cooper, Lctltln Mm gnu.
Mr. W. O. Smith gave n stag dinner
nt his rcsldenco In Niiuauu valley on
Tuesday evening. A graceful profu-i
slon of maidenhair ndorned tho tablo.
Tho guests wero Hon S. M. Damon,'
Governor Cleghorn. Hon. Alexunder
Young, Italian Consul Sclinefcr, Col.
A, (1. Hawes. I
Miss Williams culci tallied n Tew
friends at a swimming party nt tho
Plousutitnn Thursday evening. Among,
(hosu present wero Mr, nnd Mm. V.
11. Damon, Miss Julio Damon, Mr.
(lenrgo Puller, Refreshments wero i
borved on tho lunnl aftorwards. I
Mr. nnd Mrs. Prancls Swnnzy and
family, who havo been spending m COIHCS pOlSOUCll. Jt 13 HI1
pleasatit two weeks on Tantalus, novo I possible to throw Oil that
tetumed to their town nousc. niej
win i-o in i w.li- rnncli nt Kooloa for a
fow weeks' outing next "Monday.
Mr. und Mrs. Eric Knudscn. Who,
wero "'. i,n";';i
from u trip to the Stutes, havo gnuo to
their homo on Kauai. Mrs Knudscn s
bister, a charming ouug girl, will bo
their guest for a year.
Mrs, William E. Tnylor Is fast re
covering fmm her lecent Illness Sho
Is In San Prmiclsco with her paronts.
Mrs. II. C. Dryaut of Indianapolis,!
who nnhed Monday on tho steamer
Siberia, experts to spend several
months In the islands, visiting her
I cousin, Mrs. M. E. Grossman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Sherman, who
hnvo been for many years prominent
in Honolulu society, nro In Palo Alto,
whero they will remain for bcveral
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Mrs. Vincent Kltcat, who has been
cpcndlng a most ngreoablo thre'
weeks on Kauai, will return net ek
und be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Herbert t
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gay gave a
J,' ba), on , twonty.Pixli
occasions aro always notable ones as
tho Gays always entertain In a prince-
Mr mi(, Mrl) c Hodcniann and their
llnnKmori jitss Hedcminn t.nll for
New yrk , ,10 Alamo la. -nd 'hey
cxncct t0 rciurn In thrco mnMi
Mrs. Olffard nnd her daughter
Arthur Wilder nro halng
plpiisant oullng In California Thev
will icturn In two months time
Mr and Mrs. l'rod Damon Miss
Julie Damon and Mr. Unroll Glffarl
expect to spend two weeks it tho Glf
fnrd residence on Tnntalu "
Mrs. Alan Whlto in I her two dau?h
te: and Mr James Cistlo will go to
the Volcano on Sunday for a two
Mrs. Sherman Rnodefcld will rpen I
next week with her brother and slste-
' A warrant was issued for the arrest
or II, W. Gn7o!l Eocioury tronsurer of
tho ParmerB nnd Mrr.'liaiits' Unnlciti':
company of Cleveland O. Otuell be
ing charged with tee rnibczilement of
you easily tired?
kTs yi'ir work a
In i 1. 1 Do you
oli i. ' "l weak
i ml lniut? Is
yoiu' appot ito poor?
ro j on easily dis
couraged? I so, your
norvous system is weak
ened, your blood is impure,
alm BCl-iou3 illllCSS 13 not far
was made for just such cases,
When tho blood is impuro
tho whole nervous system bo-
torriblo feeling of depression,
I ... n .... '
and there is no ambition to
work. Aver'a Sarsanarillti
...:il ,,rifv- vifnliL mul on.
rich your blood, and lifo will
a.uu du vvuiui living.
A now mmlr, AycrU fiitrsii
jxtrllln contain no ttlvoliol.
There aro many imit.ition
Bo ouro you rjot "Ayor's."
tnftrti I, Di. 1, C. Aif i Ce , ttttlt, Uui., U. S.K.