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ISF a RVKN1M0 BULLETIN. IIONOllTJLU. T. II... 'SATURDAY. OCT. 10. 1908.
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T.. II., .SATURDAY, OCT. 10, 1908.
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In boxes and by the yard; White and in Colors.
Wellesley Batiste Linen Finish
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Just the thinp to wear under the new Princess Gowns.
Children's Flannelette Wrappers
Wc have a very fine assortment of them in a variety of colon.
Venus Barrette For the Hair
Very Neat and Pretty 30.
Drap de L. Inde Foulard
This is a Very Handsome Material, and Just Like Silk in appear-
Cotton Dress Goods
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This makes a very soft and beautiful fabric for dainty gowns.
New shades and designs.
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j SOCIAL CHATTER b HOME TALK
INAIIAl'." the historical; dressed women, the prcdomlncnco fMiss Cooper's Debut
resilience oi u o v e r n or men, which wan nuicn remanicu, who me largest anuirs oi inn
Inlly good-looking nnd, unlike hiiiiio
work Honolulu losses, looks I lie plctc ro of
Cleghorn, was tho sccno discussed n flairs of Btate with nppar-1 have been the At-Homcs Riven mi health. Mrs. Cooper woro u linnd
of a delightful dinner on lent animation. It was all very Inter- iTucsdny nnd Thursday afternoons hy 'some frock of gray nnd white crepe.
Aim; uenry c. vuuper in uuuur ui l.uuu luuiua wuu uhlch uh uiv miho
tho coming-out of her daughter Alice, lnnal nnd tho magnificent view
Receiving with" the hostess nnd her which encompasses 'Hcnrly nil Ilrno-
daughter on Tuesday were Mrs. Wnl- lulu wns greatly admired, llowln of
ter F. Frcar nnd MrH. San ford 11. deep crimson carnnllons wcro placed
Dole. They stood at tho entrance of hero nnd there In the spacious rooms
the drawing-room, tho guestR enter- leading directly from tho lnnnls, nnd
Ing by tho central court, -which was bowls of la Franco rosea graced the
a bower of hanging baskets of flno piano. Ferns, mi cool nnd rofreshlng
ferns and filled with palms. This to look upon, graced the corners of
quaint llnll Is always admired nnd the Iannis nnd behind a huge punch-
proved a' most artistic entrance wny. howl several prcf.ty, girls presided,
Miss Alice Codpcr, a beautiful girl, Including Misses Ethel Spalding, Al-
wore a frock of white plnn, daintily Ico Spalding, Sarah Lucok, Hello Mc-
made. which set off her rich Tltlah Corrlston, Doris Glrdlcr. Alameda
Saturday evening Inst In estlng and was greatly commented
honor of Miss N'nnnle upon. It has always been thus at
ISurk Winston, who hai) recently re-tho receptions, nnd. although Govern
C turned from a trip to tho Orient. The or IYoar's pleasant smile and slnrcro
jj magnificent blossoms of tho cxorla handshako wcro missing, yet Sccrc
f gave color to the well-appointed ta- lary of tho Territory Mr. Ernest
fr ble, and three Jardinieres were filled
a with these flowers, maidenhair ferns
R being artistically arranged with
W them, Baskets of fruit, as wcH as
fl BwcctR. were on tho table, and tho
jj? liost, so dlstlngulshcd-looklng, wns
i supported nt the foot by Col. A. (.
Itnwcs, nlso a handsome and distinguished-looking
man. Miss Winston,
looking unusually beautiful, wore a
Worth frock of white lace over whilo
satin, a neck-band of black velvet
with diamond slides gavo n chic
touch to tho tollct'te. Tho guestR In
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ilottom
loy. Mi', and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ilawcs, Jr., Miss Kittle Stanley, Miss
Anna Oanford, Col. A. G. Hnwes, Mr.
31. Jamleson, Mr. James Cockburu,
Mr. Percy Clcghorn.
ft Evenintr of "Bridee"
e Mr nnil Mrs. fi.ilnpx ir:in lilt Ill-
formal bridge ovcnlng at Tho Plens
anton on Saturday evening nnd tho
irlieniR hnil n thnrntichlv ennd time.
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kk ns is always tho caso when tho
Ti Gnlnscs entertain. Tho first prlzo for
tho highest score, u fan, was won by
MIrh KngllH. Other guests Included
Mr. and Mrs. Hnlstead, Miss llnrra
cloush. Mies Qulnnuu, Mr. Hairy
Cobb; Doctor Victor Collins, Captain
Corwln Ilccs, U. S. N., Mr. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. W Muller of Knlltin,
Konn, announce tho engagement of
their daughter Alice to Thomas F.
I. Mrs; Froar's At-Home
fc MrH. Wulter Frcar'H At-IIome, on
!t Mondiiv, was attended by tho usual
largonumber of guests anxious to pay
their respects to tho Governor' wife.
Outside It wns gray and misty, very
unlike our bright sunshiny days, but
tho change was rather' ngrccnblo
than otherwise, and the rooms, bright
with flowers contained animated
Krouiia of people, and tho charmingly
flf ' - - r fj.
Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
, 1 Skin of B
FELIX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
Tlemovct To, FlmplM,
id ftfcla 1)1 ,
kM tttif bit nihil
on titiiil K nd !
fUt detection, II
huitood llit U
o( 10 yean, pun
U in haroilcu i
It rromrlf lakdc
rmf. Dr. L, A
AMT WldtB ft
Iftdr of lh but
Ion id putUpl):
"At TttJ Ifcllll
wUl uf tbo.
btrmfut of sll tbt
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Mott-Smlth, wni very cordial In his
greetings nnd he was well assisted
by Professor Ralph Hosmer and Mr.
Ilobcrt Ilond. Tho professors and
teachers of the new Agricultural Col
lege were out In good numbers and
they niado friends everywhere. Mrs.
Ernest Mott-Smlth, prettily dressed
In white, greeted all comers at tho
door and Mr. Mott-Smlth escorted the
guests to tho receiving line, whero
Mrs. Frcar, dainty and sweet, assist
ed by her mother, Mrs. n. F. Dilling
ham, and Mrs. Moliyday, wife of tho
Admiral, stood. Mrs. Hollyday, a
handsome young woman, was dressed
In a blue creation and her plcturo
hat with drooping blue plumes suit
ed her" perfectly. Mrs. Dillingham
made a distinguished appearance In
a tolletto' of nut-brown silk. In the
dining-room Mrs. J. 8. Walker pre
sided over the chocolate, which was
greatly appreciated, the day being a
remarkably gray one In this land of
sunshine. Sho Is fine looking and
her frock of white pongco waH be
coming. Mrs. Uralncrd Smith, very
pretty nnd nttractlvo, poured coffco.
A number of young girls assisted in
tho dining-room nnd others helping
to entertain wero Mrs. Fred Macfar-
Inne, MrB. Uosmcr, Mrs. K. A. Wea
ver, Misses Kathcrlno Goodale, Julie
Damon, and Clair Kcllcj'.
Mrs. Ballentyne Entertains
Mrs, Clinton Ilallcntyrto of Thurs
ton nvcnuo was tho hobtcss of n
hrldgo tea on Wednesday, a most In
formal nnd dollghtful affair. Tho
prizes w'ero flowers, and Mrs. Harvey
Murray, Mrs. Frederic Klnmp. and
Mrs. Charles Wilder hold tho highest
ucores. Tea was a very sociable liour,
tho coming Glpsj- fcto being much
discussed. Among tho guests wcto
Mrs. Archie Young, Mrs. Arthur
Hers, Mrs. Wodhnus, Mrs, Lilly Pau
lino Frost, Mrs. Edwurd Watson, Mrs,
Frederic Klnmp. Mrs. Lowton-llnitn,
Mrs. Charles Wllilor, Mis. Scldou
Kingsbury, Mrs. Hawes, Jr., Miss J.
At Sans Souci
One of tho most ogrceoblo lunch
cons of the week was given by frs.
A. G. Hawes, Sr of Sans Souci, on
Thursday In honor of Miss Nannlo
Winston, who sails for Virginia In
tho China, -Mauvo bougalnvllloa
gracefully decorated tho table. Tho
guests Included Mrs, F. M. Swanzy,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. W. O. Smith,
Mrs. Frederic Klamp, Mrs. Ilawcs,
Jr. Mrs. Hawes, Sr entertained her
guests nfter luncheon with the bril
liancy for which sho is famous. Mlsi
Josslo Kaufman, tho novelist, who
tresses to perfection. Sho Is unlisu- TowiiRcnd, Esther Kopke, I.ctltla Mrs. F. Lowroy, Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. W
Morgan; others helping to entertain Mnctnrlanc, Mrs. Fred. Macf.irlane,' Cgidlo Carden, Miss Julio Dantoii, Mlsa
on Thursday wcro Mrs. C. n. Cooper. Mrs. Harry Mncfnrlnne, Misses Mac- G. V. M. Damon, Mrs. W. llrliickerhofC,
Mrs. A. Pearson, Mrs. B. O. While, furlano, Mrs. Mist, Miss Mist, Mrs. Mrs. C. W. Cbmi Heeling, Mrs. D.uls.
Mrs. E. I. Spalding. Mrs. C. II. Ath- J. F. Morgan, Mrs. W. S. Mcoro, Mrs. .Mis. II. Dillingham, .Mis. .1. mew.
erton. A Inrgo number of tho guests K. A. Mott-Smlth. Mrs. J. K. Mseis, Mrs. waliaco farnugion. airs. a. urn-
tunrn nlthnr hnrn In lhn lulnn.tu nr Mru 1 MrTiimllnn. Mm. I. I.- Me- telllicrg. .Mrs. U1ICS UCIU, AITS. n. J1
lnwl llvo.l liorn (h c-nrtln,- ,..! .it (.,, Ilu Mlcu MpfnrrlKliin. Mm. Mn. i ll""X, Mrs. M, E. Eublliail, Mi's. A II.
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their lives. II liplnir llln tnlenllnn nf furrlulmi. MlM. Ml-Ornw. Mlsa Ilnril- l,l,rre '"' "Jf " " "
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mo iioaii'H Qo xo oiviuc mo iwo ai
Homes Among tho guests were Mrs.
A. F. Judd, Mrs. Albert Judd, Mrs.
Agnes Judd, Mrs. James Judd, Mrs-.
C. Inukcn, Miss lauken, Mrs. E. W.
Jordan, Mrs. It. A. Jordan, tho Misses
Jordan, Mrs. J. A. Konnedy, Miss
Kennedy, Mrs, Kopkc, Miss Kate Kol
ley, Mrs. A. Lewis, Princess Knwa-
nnnakon, Mrs. Kltcnt, Misses John
son,' Mrs. Kohort Lowers, Mrs. Ijvo,
Ullmnro. Mrs. W. It. (Socts. Mrs. J. 1.
away, mib. jneaiocner, .urn. iiuuih" ", '.. . ,. ,,., ,, ,.
Potter. Deaconess Potter. Mrs. A. I "" " A'1'' "r"ni,i"' iUf .V
Pearson. Mrs. S. Parker. Mrs. E. "W-m . Mr-- H'.n son, Mm. A ..
, ... ,,. . ,,. , Ilawcs. Jr., Mcs Hunt, Mrs. llumphiH,
Wells Peterson, Miss Page, Mis. .co.' ' ....,. ,. .. ,.,
-II J..-4A mtkA fi aMOfi
r mu uruuiHi " -- -., .... . .. .
Uoiui8i,c'i"'oic,"i,. WIU nrrlvo in November, win uo ner
BrJwn5lfHi,l(wTi' guest at Sans Souci for tua .winter.
BY FRA ELBERTU8
Written in a sincere and kindly desire to help' the young who' do not' know, and the older ones who sometimes
K gentle and keep your voice low.
Verily in the midst of life we arc
Any one can sympathize with
people in trouble, but to take joy in their
success requires some one bigger than I.
Often a good way to conquer is to
Speak well of every one if you speak of
them at allnone of us arc so very good.
Men are great only as they are kind.
They say what say they? Let them
We are all children in the kindergarten of God.
Aim high and consider yourself capable of great things.
Do your work as well as you can and be kind.
The Gossip-Habit is a disease If you have gossip germs on
your person, please disinfect before entering here. This place stands
tor Head, Hand and Heartfor Happiness, Health' and Helpfulness.
A little more patience, a little more charity for all, a little more
devotion,, a little more love; with less bowing down to the past, and
a silent ignoring of pretended authority; a brave looking forward to
the future1 with more faith in our fellows, and the race will be ripe for
a great burst of light and life.
Listen closely and you will detect the minor note in the voice of
man of decided worth.
The men who do things, and not the men who merely talk
about things are those who bless the world.
Robertson, Misses Koheitsou, Mrs.
Georgo F. itenton, Mrs. A. C. Alex
ander, Mrs. W. D. Alexander, Misses
Alexander, Mis. H. W. Anderson, Mrs.
J. Angus, Mrs. J. M. Atherton, Mis.
C. II. Atherton, Mrs. W. O. Atwater,
Mrs. F. F. Illckerton, Mrs. J. II. Cas
tle, Mrs. W. It. Castle, Mrs. F. Cooke,
Misses Cooke, Mrs. 11. C. Colcnmn,
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs. C. 11. CooKe,
Mrs. Klchnrd Cooke. Mrs. J. Cooke,
Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Mrs. S. M. Da
mon, Mrs. F. Damon, Mrs. It, F, Dil
lingham, Mrs. S. 11. Dole, Mrs. James
Dole, Miss Anna Danford, Mrs K. II.
Derby, Mrs. J. Dougheity, Miss S.
Dlckoy, Mrs. J. H. Ewuit. Miss Ewnit,
Mrs. N. K. D. Friibor, Mrs. W. F.
Frcar, Mrs. A. Fuller, Mis. J. It. Gait,
Mrs. W. W. Hall, Miss Hull. Mm. A.
Hnnncberg, Mrs. W. L. Hopper, Miss
Dorothy Hurtwell, Mrs. W. Hopper,
Misses Hopper, Mrs. A. Gnrlley, Mrs.
Gerlnck. Mrs. C. Ilolloway, Mrs
Howard Hitchcock, Mrs. Allro Has
tings, Mrs. Georgo Hcibcit, Mrs. C.
Ulrdlor, Miss Noru Sturgeon; Messrs.
Geo. llodlek, W. O. Smith, J. G. Itoth-
wcll, It. Pratt. E. I. Spalding, F. A.
Schucfer; Misses Schnofer, Miss Ka
thcrlno Smith, Miss Svenson, Mrs.
Stnnley; Messrs. T. Svonson, F. M.
Swanzy, Tcnney, Thrum, L. A. Thurs
ton, H. M. von Holt, John Wnter
housc, John Wntcrhouse, Jr., Whit
ney, E. O. White, W. Wilder, A. A.
Young, 15. Waterman, P. Weaver, A.
On Thursday tho day wns porfcet,
tho sun shining gloriously on tho dis
tant sou. Receiving with Mrs. Cooper
nnd her daughter wns Mrs. It. 11. lies.
tarlck nnd thnso who hulpoil l cnter
tnln Included Mrs. Philip Frear, Mrs.
Wnllaeo Partington and Mrs. M Camp
bell. Tho girls behind tho punchbowl
ut tho extroma end of tho lan.il wc-o
much admired, their pretty facus, dalu
ty gowns nnd charming manners dotm'
much to ninko tho nfternorm a pleasant
nno, Mrs. Grossman, tall and graceful
In a lovely Trench creation in tho cv
trcmo DliL'ctolru stylo, attracted mud'
nttciitlon, Mrs, Gaines woro a bind:
and gold costuiuo nnd looked Ktrlklng
ly haridsomo. There woro many beau
tiful toilettes noticed, overyonu being
particularly up to dato, Tho guests In
cluded on Thursday, present or Invit
ed: Mrs. F, Angus, Mrs. G. Angus,
Mrs. C. A. Ilallentyno, Mrs. A. Uoig,
Mrs. O. nicrbach, Mrs. Allen Ilottom-
ley, MrB. It. C. Drown, Mrs. II. Ilakcr. V)S, ,.''' T".l:. kinkys. nnton'M
..-iit.i v.um,iuiiiiu la ill.) uiBt I'JIHJIIIi'Ill 1 111
Inllnmeil kidneys that thu world bus cur
sun. oenii lor literature.
Mrs. J. E. Hlgglus, Airs. II. Holmes,
Mrs. G. II. llosiner, MrB. J A. Johnioii,
Mrs. S. 11. Kliiwlmry, .Mrs. I'. M. Me
Galium, Mrs. W. II. Comwell, Mrs. J.
J. Morgan, Mis. W. W. Norlh, Mrs, F.
C. Super, Mrs. J. Love, Mis. l.ewlou
Itraln. Mrs. 11. Lewis, Mrs. Lntiglinrm.
Mrs. J. Judd. Mis. S. Kinney, iut
Kinney, Mis. 1'. Klamp, Mrs. G. Klue
gel, Mrs. 11. M. Mnckall, Mrs. It. D.
Moailo, Mrs. E. E. Paxton, .Mrs. J. K.
Parsons, Mrs. It. J. Piatt, Mrs. II. A.
Field. Mrs. 11. E. Poller, Mrs. II. II.
Ilestarlck, Mrs. ,C. P Ito.cs, Mrs W. J.
Itoblti80ii, Mrs. Tcnney Peck, Mrs. M.
Phillips, Mrs. W. T. Pope, Mis. It. It.
Iteldford, Mrs. Randolph, Mrs. F. E.
Richardson, Mrs. I). Scudder. Mrs. II.
V. Murray, Mlra-s Sopor, Mrs. E. A.
It. Ross, Mies Paly, .Mrs. SI. O. II.
Bayers. Mrs. W. Whitney. Mrs. ). L.
Wlthlngtyn, Mm. J. Wilder, Mrs. C.
Wilder, II. Webster, .Mrs. C. 11. Wool,
Mrs. I). Scudder, Mis. E. T. Sliiiou,
Mrs. F. C. Smith, Mir. Then. LiuieIiis,
Mrs. F. E. Stooio, Mrs. J. G. Spencer.
Mrs. K. W. Butloi, Mrs. D. F. Thrum,
Mrs. W. W. Thayor, Mm. Van Dlno,
Mrs. II. Von Damni. Mrs. J. W. Wal
man, Mrs. E. Wutei house, Mm. G. Wat
ci house, Mrs. J. M. Young, Mrs. J. II.
Montgomery. Tho jouiig girls who
helped on Thursday wero Missus Wad
man (2), Helen North, Gcoigetlo Mar
illy, lima Ilallentyno, Dody Ilallen
tyno, Doiothy Wood,. CoiiBtuneo Res
tnrlokj Flmonco. Gurrcy.
Sacramento Reports a'
A flno cxatnplo of a recovery In n ciso
nf kidney dlm-ano tliat was nupimscil ti
Im incimildo la reported from Hacrami n
to. Mr. I. T. nihson of S21 Ninth stri-ft,
Hnrrnmt'nto, was In Octolior lant In u l
ni 1 hoxpltul In tho Capital City, snollin
Willi tliq ilropy that often nttcmls thu S')
lliiim and stippflxed Incurnlilo fnrmt. As
Is usual In these earns thQ hoipltal trrat
liient got no rennlt, when ho was iuIvImiI
to try Fiillnn's Itenal Compnund. hy n
friend (ChnrbH A. N'ewtvn, thn ynriltaas-tr-r
of thu S. V. H. U. Co., at tiaertitnrntn,
who had hlmnelf bvtu cnreO by the treat-nv-ht.)
lropsy Ih'Kju to suhsldo aihl thn
iinal fullaiainatlou Krndunlly abiti.it nail
Gtbion Is now back to his employment
with tho H. 1'. It. It, Co, after recovering
limn iliHenHis that is rated us IncuraUIu
the world over.
In u letter ho has Just written, ho
states, "I bidleTo It has saved my life.
It Is tho greatest remedy for kidney Uls--case
No mutter whether rntleil "Idilnnv
trouble," "Nephritis," or "IlrlKht's l)ls
nise," the. leal ilinieulty Is lNl-'LA.MSIA-
Mrs. J. It. Urowno, Mrs. J. F. Durk,
Mrs. W. II. IIIIbs, Mrs. W. J. Ilnsset,
Mrs, E. C, Drown, Mrs, M, Campbell,
Mrs. W, A. Olarko, MIbb Claiko, Mrs.
C. M Cooko, Jr Mrs. Wlllnnl trown,
Mrs, I). Contor. MIbb Cooler, Miss
Chupmnn, Mrs. A. Coustnbol, MIsh jj-"For Rent" cards on al at
Cmlfa', Mrs. ,W. T, Bwluburne, Mlsa Bulletin office. .,.., .. ,
JOHN J. niLTON CO.
Ifonoluln DniB Co, Fort St., lira our
sola local agents, Ask ror blinonthly
llutlet In of lato reeovorles. 83