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RVBNINO SUIXBTW, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 26, 1908.
I I SOCIAL NOTES
IU9i the 1IUUI13 I
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A large number of strong young mules will be received
Friday by the Lurlinc.
These mules are the finest that have ever been shipped
into this Territory, and were all personally selected by Mr.
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
MERCHANT ST., BETWEEN FORT and ALAKEA.
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Reception to Fultons
The Memliern of t!iu Kllnlmna Art
l.enguo tiro being Invited by Ihe Dra
matic Clrclo to u reception nnd rccluil
t) ho given on Thursday e'enlng, Oct
ol'cr lBt In honor of .Mr and Mm. Hub:
ert Irving Kulton. Mr Kcbcrt Irvliu
1-niton, A. M., la ilcau of tb-i School uf
Oratory nml Professor of Elocution
and Oratory In tlio Ohio Woileynti
l'nlvcrlty, Delaware, Ohio, nul Is on
a tour nrcunil tho win Id Th's enter
tainment In the first of u seilcs of sim
ilar events which will bo given diirlnr.
the future year, In honor of nrtlnts of
note who lslt or pass 'IipjIikIi Hono
lulu, It has been But";ns'ul that the
Ohio Iliickeye Club Join hands with
Out Art League member In making tho
stay of Mr. and Mis. Unbelt Irving
Kulton so pleasant that thev will some
tlmo return for n longer "Irlt to Ho
nolulu. The different numbers of the
Uuckcyo Club aro talking of entertain
ng Mr. nnd Mrs. Fulto'i at a luncheon
or driving party dnr'ng their stny
'hleh will only be from the morning
i.f the first until the moriiiiu: of tho
econd of October.
Thus, Is Anthony Con's'.ock given n
warning, and I will relMo u humorous
Kttlo Incident which amused me, for 1
am qulto sure It Is worth your rending:
A certain gentleman, In whom tho
habit of reform was ntronir, one Glenn
hy name. Introduced n bill into tho
Legislature to piohlblt women from
unploylng any such rtuvkis of cos
tumo to deceive men as pids, rats,
false hair, teeth, corsets, cosmetics,
etc. What a hornet's nent he acci
dentally Bteppcd Into by so doing init
io gleaned from tho following state
ment which ho ruslicd !nti print:
"On account of tho numerous news
paper articles, letters .nnd telegrams 1
lud received from tbe various and
Irnto female organizations of tho conn
(y, and on account of my wife being
n very peculiar woman, and ibo strcmi
rusly objecting to my receiving letters
of any kind or character f-oni other
ladles, whether they bo mad or not, I
am compelled to seek the ptoUctlon of
"My very llfo has been Ihicatcncd,
,.nd I don't know what mrmeut soma
vengeful woman may attempt to kill
me. I had no Idea women had so much
enom In' them until t intioduccd tho
I ill. I take It that the algnllons re
garding pads, corsets, etc, aro true
or women would not b" so rngry."
Wo repeat, Sir Anthony, beware!
Cvery ono will bo glad to bcc
charming' Mrs. Klchnrd Hammond
again when she returns to California
for a few months' stay with her pat
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnines l'otler
Langhorne. As Mnlzle Langhorne
she was one of the most popular of
all tho city's girls, and she will be
come a leader among tho younger
matrons through tho same charm of
manner and personality. Whether
Mr. Hammond will accompany her or
not was not quite decided when they
last wrote, for, although his health
has been materially improved since
tlioy went abcoad, ho may not euro
to take tho trip In tho hot weather.
In any case, ho and his wife will
epend this winter, as tliey did last,
In Switzerland. Mrs. Hammond's re
cent severe Illness is one of tho ren
bons for her parents being anxious
to see her again, nnd tho fact that
her sister. Miss Julia, and Mrs. Wil
liam Irwin and her daughter. Miss
Helene, will all bo returning on tho
tamo steamer, makes the arrange
ment a delightful one. Mrs. Lang
horne has been spending a part of
the summer with friends on tho Itus
At tho luncheon on Frbliy which
Mrs. J. A. McCandless gave in honor
ot Mrs. Philip Andrews, tno of tho
best dressed women pi went was Mrs
Charles Cooper, who wore a Dlrectolro
gown of embroidered SwIsb batlsto in
tno fashionable champagno t'uics, and
pround the bottom of tho skirt was a
broad band of mauve, tho mauve
ruches on tho upper part of the frock
being most artistically Introduced. Tho
fish-tail train swept tho-ffoor for sev
eral Inches. With this was worn a
.nost becoming plcturo hat. Mrs. Coop
er has an Ideal figure Jo.- the Dlrec
tnlro being tall and hnvlnr a remark
ably erect carriage. So few women
can wear this trying fashion. Mrs.
McCandless' guests were seated at
(nbles on the lanal, and the color
cchemo of yellow contrasted well with
tho extensive vlow of greou-b'uo seas,
and tho abundant foliage which Bur
minds tho comfortable llla. Miss
Madgo McCandless Is looking very
handsome, and her trip evidently was
most beneficial. Mrs. Philip Andrews,
charming and brilliant, was tho llfo
t.i tho gay company,
Gilchrist Hatch won two silver cups
first prizes given for swimming and
canoeing in tho AdlrondnckB this sum
mer. Tho head tutor of his scliool
u.ok thirty-six boys to tho mountains
for tho summer and it I gratifying to
l-now that a boy born and bred In tho
Islands won tho championship of tho
Mrs. Deorlng of Evanston. Ill,,
tho stepmother of Mr. C. W. Case
Decriiig, passed through en routo for
CHICAGO. III.. Sent. 25. Tho In
vestigation of the charges made by
President Roosevelt against Governor
Haskell, treasurer of the Democratic
National Committee, was concluded
today. Haskell has resigned.
the Orient on Monday. Mrs. Dccrlng
Is a Miclcty woman of prominence,
nnd she was accompanied by Mrs.
Clatko and Mrs. Klrkland, society
women of Chicago. As Miss Whip
ple, daughter of General Whipple of
New York, Mrs. Doerlng was consid
ered the most beautiful Ctrl in New
York society a few years ngo. Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Casc-Decrlng enter
tained the whole paity nt luncheon.
Tho marriage of Miss Madellno C.
Dowsctt, daughter of Mrs. Harriet
Dowsctt of norkolcy, and Leo Fore
man Lucas of Fresno took place yes
terday morning at tho Church of tho
Advent, In East Oakland. Only tho
Immediate relative of tho couple
witnessed tho ceremony. The mar
rlago service was read by llov. J.
Trlvctt. rector of the church.
Mrs. Fred. Church Is not at La
nalna, although reported to be bo by
"Tho Week's Events at Lahalna."
8ho is busily engaged in her work
here and Just now is up to her eyes
with tho "Gipsy Encampment," to
bo hold nt the Moan a Hotel.
Miss Madge McCandless, after
many mouths' absence, was n return-
lug passenger in tho Mongolia. Miss
McCandless is a very popular girl In
tho )oungcr set und Is devoted to
motoring, driving tho big machluo
with much skill and speed.
Miss Sybil Howard was a passen
ger In tho Korea en routa to her
school In tho East. She Is n daugh
ter of Mrs. Howard, who spent somo
tlmo at tho Seasldo Hotel a few
months ago. Her husband Is an In
spector In Yokohama. '
Mrs. Parks, who was a guest for
some tlmo at the Moana Hotel, pass
ed through Honolulu Sunday on her
way to lloston. Sho may return to
Honolulu this winters being perfect
ly enraptured with tho people, cli
mate, und hotel.
Dr. Wood Is taking a vacation nt
tho Volcano. Mrs. Wood may Join
him this week. Mrs. .lame.i Castlo
may also go to tho Volcano, her
health being very much Improved by
her quiet residence at Lalo for
Mr. L. Tcnncy Peck and family
aro spending six weeks at tho Cecil
Drown cottage, Diamond Head. Mrs.
Peck and Mrs. Locke will resume
their second nnd fourth Thursdays
At-IIomo on Wilder nvcuuo in No
vember. Mr. and Mrs. W. Simpson expect
to urrlvo In tho Tenyo Mnru en routo
to the Orient. Mr, Simpson is u fa
mous sportsman und has been plying
the lod to great advantage in Cali
fornia during his visit there.
Dr. and Mrs. Hoffmann will return
In November. They have been tour
ing Europo with tho Dlshops. Tho
Hoffmnnns will go directly to tholr
own houto In Llllha street, which is'
now occupied by tho Luv)s,
Mrs. Joseph Schwartz and chlldlen
nrrlved In the Mongolia, after n de
lightful trip to tho States. Mr. and
Mrs. Schwartz and family have taken
a cottage at tho Seasldo Hotel for
Air. and sirs. J. w. itoocrmon an-,
nounco tho engagement uf their dough
tcr Hoso Htln to William S. Chilling
worth, Deputy United States Marshal
Count von Domkowltz hns been th'e
guest of Dr. McGrew for n week at
Alcn. Mr. Turn McGrew upends
nearly all his tlmo at tho country
place surrounded by his books nnd
Mrs. Alexander Young nnd Mis3
Dertha Young will not Ball for the
Coast for two weeks. They may be
gone all winter, everything depend
ing upon the health of Mrs. Young.
Miss Nannlo Winston, who recent
ly returned from an Oriental trip,
will go to Virginia, her home, next
month for a Hying visit, returning
to Honolulu nbout December.
Mm. A. M. Drawn, who has been
visiting in Sun Francisco for tho past
three months, expects her husband
to Join her. Mr. and Mrs. Drown
will return In n month's time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hermann Fockc re
turned in tho Mongolia. Mrs. Focko
Is completely prostrated by her
mother's death nnd docs not even see
her intimate friends.
Mrs. Itnlph Forstcr nnd children
arc an Tantalus at the Cooper place,
for three weeks. Consul Forster Is
with them us often as his duties will
Consul General Miller was greatly
cntertnlncd during his brief visit
here. Judgo and Mrs. Seldon Kings
bury gave him n luncheon, among
Everybody who wishes to bo nmus-
cd should tend "Simple Septimus,"
by William J. Locke, which Is now
running In tho American Magazine.
Mrs. Arthur Wilder has been In
tho German Hospital in San Fran
cisco, undergoing an opciatlon for
appendicitis. Sho Is getting on well.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglji Merritt, son
and daughter aro stopping at tho Mo
ana en route to tho Orient, prohabl
tolling In tho'Tcnyo Maru.
The health of Mrs. Alexander Is
enberg's two sons has much im
proved, the cllmnte of Germany be
ing most beneficial.
On Wednesday Dr. and Mrs. Sin
clair gavo an elaborate dinner In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Paters and
Among those who sailed In the
Korea wos Miss Nora Swanzy, who
returns to Connecticut to llnish her
Mrs. van Dlno will soon go to
New York, her plans being vitally
changed owing to tho death of a near
Mrs. Field, who is spending a fow
fays in Manoa, will return to tho Mo
ana hotel upon tho arrival of the
Mr. and Mrs. Paulding EdwaSls, who
arrived in tho Mongolia, ure guests at
tho Moana hotel.
Mrs. Ernest Waterhouso cave
pretty luncheon on Friday In honor
or Dr. Jas. Judd.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur llnrf nrn nv
cupylug the pretty residence of tho
Jos. Schwartz and family nro occu
pying a eottago at tho Seaside Hotel
for tho winter.
Mr. Addison Mlzner is touring
Urtropo with a friend.
Judgo Henry Cooper will soon sail
for Washington, D, C.
Miss Alice Iloth is sailing In tho
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Honry May & Co. wish to announce
to their patrons that they nro prepared
to deliver Pond's Dairy Cream frosh
ovory morning. Phone 22.
What spot in these Iilands can ex
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recreation will learn with pleasure
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Forbes, late Manaffer of Kukuihaele,
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"The dreaded bubonic plague bat reappeared,"
taya the Cltiieni' Health Committee, "and it Is t
rily dlaeaie oi the rat." Kill oti the rati with I
Eloctrlc Paite. It la aure death to rati, and ii endorsed I
both national and local health otllcers. The Government
buyi hundredi oi poundi at a time.
Rat and Roach Paste
ii sold by all druggists and
, general stores or sent direct
prepaid on receipt ol price.
even u you nave no rats
now, get a box ol Steams'
Paste at once for time of
need and use it when the
first rat appears. It is guar
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