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wlio brought the news to your liouso
tlint Aycr's SamparllU make tlio
Mooil "ilcli ntul red." This moaUi
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carry tho glad message to a friend or
l'erhain you suffer from the effect!
of n warm rllinatc. Prolonged warm
weather seriously lmialr tho strength
of many people. Tho digestion Is
stow, and tho liver becomes sluggish.
Impurities In tho Mood accumulato
mid cause that feeling of downhearted
uess and doprcsslon.
Is of th.i Kicalesl uso In such cases.
Its purlMu;:, klienglhoiilug, and up
liulldliij; ir in i tic. will bo of luestl
inalilj .ilu i 1 1 uii.
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UOTEI STREET NEAR BETHEL
nlug at the Opera House ought to be
mi unctmllflcd success with the nr
iii) of tulcnt, to Bay nothing of Ma
dame Arrnl. Tho object Is so good
to ghe the lepers pleusuro In their
narrow, shut-In HVes that lt ought
to Inspire ever body with u wish to
contribute by buying tickets, Ma
dame Arral will certainly glvo great
pleasure, and those who have not
heard her ought to take this oppor
tunity. "Art and Cupid." by Mrs.
t II. Ilumphrls and Miss Frances
Kurrlngton, Is a dainty Hketch by El
la Wheeler Wilcox. It caused a reg
ular furore when lt was presented
bcfoie the Kllohana Art League
while Mrs. Wilcox was here, for the
first tlmo. Now rrohmau has it In
hand In New York, wlioro lt has
made a big hit. Mrs. Humphrls not
only looks beautiful but nlio nets the
part con union.', anil tho dainty sub
tletles of the exquisite sketch seem
In breathe and live. Miss Frances
I'arrlngton's presentation of "Cupid"
was much admired and the talented
little girl will mill to her laurels this
cwnllig. Mis. Charles II. Cooper's
work Is well known, and Honolulu
iilwios has a weakness for this tal
ented amateur. Mis. Sidney llallou
him a mastery over the piano equaled
b few ain.iteuiH uiul It wilt be a
nine of pleasure to hear her again.
Madame Meiiaut anil Muilauie Htir
vz will give a piano duct, and
those who have heaid them play wax
enthusiastic. A (horns by tlui Ka
unlaliun (ahnlr will bo most accept
able. The piogiiini urrunged is us
Chorus: "The Season," Haydn.
Mesilumes Meiiaut and lltirez, piano
Sancta Mai la or Charlte, Fan re;
Mine. Arrnl, with violin obliga
te? by Mis. C. II. Cooper.
'Ait mi. Cupid." i:tni Wheeler Wll
cox; Mrs. F. II. Ilumphrls and
MNs Frances Farrlngton.
Mad Stene from Hamlet, Thomas;
lime, Arral, , . ,
Piano Solo: Uccond Scherzo, II Flat
Minor, Chopin: Mine. llallou.
Selections fiom Mlgnon, Thomas;
(a) Romance, "Conuals tu lo
n)n"; (b) Ouct, "Lcgers Illr-
ondclles"; (c) Cantubllc, "Kilo
est prct dc lul"; (d) Polacca;
The patronesses Include Mrs. Wal
ter F. Frcar, Mrs. O. It. Carter, Mrs.
Mott-Smith, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs.
George Uavles, Mrs. Itnlph Forster,
Mrs. F. M. Swanzy, Mrs. F. II. Ilum
phrls, Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. Geo.
Castle, Mis. F. A. Schuefcr, Mrs. Mc
Grow, Mrs. Gait, Mrs. J. M. Dowsett,
Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Mrs. E. D. Tenncy,
Mis. Hermann Fockc, Mrs. S. G. Wil
der, Mrs. Alex. 0. Hawcs Jr., Mrs.
A. A. Young, Mrs. A. Wall, Mrs. C.
I offer a clipping which will bo
rend by everybody with the greatest
Interest, for u pel feet corset means n
perfect figure, and who can afford to
dispense with such an adjunct to Na
Corset-Maker an Artist
Notwithstanding the talk of the
suppression of the corset, which Is
hinted at not only as a possibility but
a necessity by some dressmakers if
the Recnmler stylo of dress Is to pre
vail, the corset remains an object of
serious consideration hero in Paris.
The fitting Is done with as much If
not more care by tho really skillful
torset-makcr than Is bestowed on
that of n gown. She tries It in every
way and position when she stands,
bits, or bends In order that the
lines, which uro of tho utmost Im
portance with the scanty underwear
hoi u today, may be entirely to her
Tho other day I went with a friend
who had grown stout and was Inat
tentive to the diverse, rolls of flesh
that suddenly confronted her, to ono
of tho real ui lists In the corsct-mnk-lng
line one whom the French Gov
ernment has decorated with that tiny
purple ilbbou which Is the sign of all
distinguished in u scholastic way, for
slru is nltu ono of tho Judges mid In
epoctors of tho corset-making taught
in tho various schools. My ftieud's
uppnient Indifference to her appear
ance (she Is really a very pretty wo
man) was u shock. Judging from her
honlfled ejaculation of remonstrance
anil, in icsponso to her remark that
above all tilings she must be comfort
nblo, she answcied: "Comfortable
why not? Hut you enn bo comfort
able and elegant nt the samo time."
She piocecded to fit her exactly as
for a diess. Tho result was that my
f i lend was completely remodeled,
looking ten )cais younger at least,
und she declared she had never been
so "lomfoi table" In her life.
For those fnvoiod with youthful
and slender Hemes tho well-fitted,
moderately boned corset of elastic
webbing adds much to the appcar-
auco of suppleness and willowlncss,
but for other tliali theso they are
quite tako the place of n well-made
satin or brocnilcd silk corset.
The silver sorlce of the armored
cruiser California is now complete. A
pair of candelabra and a silver lolng
cup for tho crow, which were not com
pleted nt the time tho service was
presented to (he cruiser by the Gov
ernor, hnvo been placed on board tho
vessel. Tho loving cup will be put In
to a suitable glnBs case and placed In
tho quarters of the crow. After each
year's target practice tho names of
tlio best gunners and their records will
bo Inscribed upon It. Tho silver scr
lco committee of the cruiser also has
deposited in the Central trust com
pany, in trust, $2000. This sum Is at
the disposal of the commanding officer,
In tho sum of S400 a year, to be paid
out In prizes after each years target
practice. The commanding officer Is
authorized to draw upon tho fund lo
tho extent or $400 n year, to ho paid
out in the following apportionments:
Ono hundred dollars to bo distributed
to winning gun crew of the turrets:
$S0 to bo distributed to winning gun
crew, six-Inch guns; $3U to bo dlstrlb
uted to winning gun crew, three-inch
guns; $20 to be distributed In three
hnrt visit, durltlir wlllr.h itrenatn-1
tlons will be steadily under way for
Miss Jones' marriage to George Coop
er, a wealthy and distinguished Eng
lishman, whose engagement to the
clever California girl was announced
some months ago. Miss Jones has
already made a namo for herself
among the young writers of the
West, nnd In her new life, which
will begin In Slam, where Mr. Cooper
and his bride may make their home
for Borne )enrs, she will contiuuo her
literary work. She Is a pretty girl
and has n wide circle of friends here.
About forty of these went to the dock"
on Monday to say good-by, and the
departing favorite was loaded with
books, candy, and flowers and deluged
with good wishes nnd affectionate
messages for her sister, who Is her
self a recent bride. Mrs. Hind was
Miss Eleanor Estill Jones, and was
married In January. Call.
Mrs. Ge6rgo Robertson, the Misses
Robertson, accompanied by Mrs. Jus.
Dougherty, arc enjoying a visit of u
few weeks nt the country phico of tho
Carters In Manoa Valley,
Mrs. Iluck Is well known to n large
contingent of socletj's belles and
beaux, and the following is of Interest:
That Mrs. Carroll Iluck will re
prizes to first, second and third best I turn to San Francisco this winter
BULLETIN ADS PAY
marksman at t,mal! arms practice; $50
lo tho gun division making best rec
ord: $100 to bo distributed to repre
sentatives of onglno and fire rooms,
forspeclni excellence of service; $."o
to bo distributed at discretion of com
manding officer among ship's crew.
Tho work of tho committee was be
gun in September, 1907. Solicitations
for funds were scut throughout tho
State. The total collected was $10
010.93. Tho cost of tho silver service
a ml expenses amounted to $8,019.90,
lealng tho balance of $2000 which
makes up tho special prize fund. Call.
There will be a dance at Mare Is
land every owning this week, tho np
proachlng departure of tho ships af
fording n good reason for an unusual
amount of merry, mnklng, so Hint tho
last recollections of tho visiting "Ul
cers will be pleasant one Iast night
tho offlccis of tho California were
hosts at n dinner dnnco, which proved
one of tho prettiest shipboard affairs
of the month. Tonight the girls of tho
navy yard. will glo a bal potulre, their
guests of honor being tho officers of
the fleet. On Wednesday there will
be a matinee dance on the West V'f
glnla, given by the officers of the ves
sel in honor of Admiral and Mrs. Swin
burne, and on Thursday night the of
Ulcers and ladles of Mare .Island will
glo tho regular fortnightly dance In
tho sail loft. On Friday an informal
dance will tako place In tho club
Iioubc, attended by only the younger
set, and another matlneo shipboard
danco on Saturday will close on of
tho most delightful weeks yet enjoyed
at tho navy yard. Call.
OYSTER DAY, h. I.. Aug. 13.
While playing his morning' game of'
tennis today President Roosevelt was
surrounded by u score of young wo
men and young men on horseback
wearing on their sleeves white bands
with red crosses. They Informed the
President they were holding up peo
ple In Oyster Hay and , collecting
funds for the benefit of the Nassau
hospital at Mlncola. Tho leader let
the President know thnt he was their
victim. Tho President quickly pro
duced his contribution. He Bald ho
wished the raidors success In collect
ing n large sum.
Tho young people uro all members
of the Oyster Day Riding Academy
and como from the wcalthv families
In the vicinity. Tho President's sons
Aichlbald und permit, aro members
of tho riding club, but contrary to
expectations they did not go out to
day to assist In tho holdup,
Tho party collected a largo sum
before tho arrival of tho train on
which several of tho President's
guests arrived. When the guests
had driven u short dlstnnco from tho
stntlon their automobile was held up
liy tho charity workers, some of whom
had added long muskets to their
Carlsbad seems to bo the favored
spot with Callfomlans abroad this
fall, u score of prominent society
people from this city being estab
lished tlicro for short or long stnjs.
Tho Henry Foster Duttons were there
when last heard from, as was Mrs.
Preston nnd her daughter, Mrs. Wor
thlngton Ames, Mrs. William Irwin
nnd Miss Helenc, and Mrs. Irwin's
mother, Mrs. Rlchnrd Ivers. hnvo
been there for several weeks, and
will shortly have tho Richard Ham
monds and Mrs. Hammond's sister
with them for a short stay. Mrs.
John Fltzpatilck and Miss Suzanne
wcro also nt Carlsbad recently; and
Mis. Wellington Gregg, who, with
her daughters, Knld and Edith, was
there u short time ngo, plans nnotlior
visit to tho fascinating watering
place beforo returning to California.
Mrs. Deerlng's father, Mr, llnrlette,
Is also at Carlsbad, He took along,
ns usunl, his big touring car and the
valet, whom he has hud for so many
The futmo of Miss Edith Jones,
who sailed Monday for Honolulu,
beems to be very bright, and she had
good reason to look radiant and hap
py as she waved her farewells from
tho ship. She will Join her sister,
Mis. Robert Hind, In the hitter's'
not a succebs. Iu fact, nothing can handsome new Hawaiian home, for u
und take up her old work with the
oungor social set seems to be n gen
erally understood fact, and her hun
dicds of friends here are beginning
o count upon welcoming her back In
October. I understand that some of
the details of tho skatlni: club nnd
the cotillons aro already being ar
ranged at this end of the lino und
that Mrs. Iluck will only haa to
add the finishing touches when she
comes back. There 'are to bo tho
same number of dances and tho doz
en or more meetings at the rink, so
thnt one of the favorite features of
last winter will not be missing from
this. When Mrs. llutk went away
ns Mrs. Ynez Sliorb White sho pro
mised to do this, but all the girls und
1)0)8 were afraid that when sho be-
enmo fairly accustomed to tho Idle,
dreamy life of the Philippines sho
would forget her promises. However,
tho senson Is rapidly approaching and
dates and lists must be arranged far
In advance, and the report is that
Mrs. Duck will resume the responsi
bility again. If no other plan Is
ovolved iu the next two or threo
weeks It is safe to predict that the
old leader will take charge of tho
)oungest set again, an event, by tho
way, that would meet with the hear
ty approval of all the maids and men.
Why tho Orpheum theatre is not bet
ter attended with such a well put-on
play us Zaza Is beyond my powers of
discernment. It is u wonderful oppor
tunity to see tho play mado famous
by Mrs. Leslie Carter, and Miss Thorn
ton can act. She Is simple, convincing
and possesses temperament. Her art
Is so great thnt lt seems llko nature.
Her voice Is ory beautiful and Its
sjmpathctic tones appeal most strong
ly, Tho company is an excellent one
and Mr, Duhler's interpretation of the
easy-going, kind-hearted man of tho
world was tcry convincing. Aunt
Rosa was taken to the llfo by Miss
Harriet Joceljn. It Is a difficult part
and wbb nover oer-acted by this clev
or actress. Miss Thornton's "Zaza"
has proved conclusively her right to
bo a great actress. Tho scene be
tween Zoto nnd Zaza was a perfect
bit of acting. The support was good
and staging realistic. In tho first act
nnco could almost smell the cosmetic
and that peculiar utmosphero which
always surrounds nn actress behind
tho scenes was omnipresent. Mr.
Cohen should hnvo tho support of tho
community for bringing out to u lit
tle Island In the Pacific such a first
Mr. and Mrs. Olson have been en
tertaining quite a little at The Pleas-
nnton this week. On Tuesday oven-
lng they gave u dinner for Mrs.
Mist, Miss Edith Mist. Mrs. Ho-imer,
and Mr. Mist. The tablo looked very
pretty, being decorated with Golden
Shower, On Thursday Mrs. Olson
gave un afternoon tea nt which were
present Mrs. lllssell, Mrs. Fred. Rush,
Mrs. Frcar, Mrs. Rockus, Mrs. Cooper,
Mrs. Wight, Mrs. Muckall, Mrs.
llland. Mrs. Schmidt. Misses Kitty
Drown, Ella Wight, llland (2), John
stone. The ten was prettily served
on tho lannl und a pleasant hour was
spout chatting nnd enjoying tho de
Among those who sailed for tho
Coast wero Mrs. Helen Noonan. Mis.
Julia A. Macfarlano, her daughter,
Mrs. Schultz, Mrs. Achilles nnd fam
ily. Miss Julia Klumpke, Miss dAgu
oro, Miss Sargent, Mr. Hognot, n
guest of tho Frederick I-owrevs: Mr.
A. J. Hlnckmnn; Messrs. George mid
Louis Rentnn, Mr. David Dowsett.
Among tho arrivals In tho Mongolia'
was Mrs. M. Disney, who will return
on Monday to the Orient, having como
here for tho trip only us sho has been
In poor health and a sea voyage was
thought to do her good. Sho Is a
friend of Miss N. V. Winston.
Mr. C. W. Caso-Dcerlng Is still nt
the Queen's Hospital, where he had
an operation on his leg. Ho is get
ting on very well.
What does a elass
of beer contain?
-Let us take a glass of
Primo Beer and examine it.
ist. Primo Beer is made
mostly of pure artesian water
that bubbles up from a thou
sand feet below the earth's
surface. Note how infinite
ly superior this water is to Nuuanu water,
which a public officer reports unfit for human
2nd. Primo Beer contains barley malt
one of the most strengthening foods known
3rd. Primo Beer contains hops posses
sing valuable tonic properties.
4th. Primo Beer contains a little rice to
give it a light color.
5th. Primo contains between 21-2 and
3 per cent, alcohol - not alcohol put into
the beer, but formed naturally in the pro
cess of making, the same as alcohol forms in
There is absolutely nothing else, in Primo
Is this a combination that you would take
to be harmful?
On the contrary, it is very beneficial. Dr.
Liebig, the eminent German scientist, calls
it "liquid bread."
Primo Beer will make you well and keep
you well. You should drink it with meals.
It makes good red blood and muscle and in
duces healthful, refreshing sleep. Doctors
recommend it for the weak and the well.
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