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ItIGKT3 OP WOMEN
UNDER ENOLISH LAW
LONDON', l:nglnml, Oct. a. Orn
ish women wti'w up this nioinlne; to
Iln.l Hint thov hail been mistaken In
KiniHMiK mo owiicu cno uicbbcs iiiui ,) Mr. jj,!,,.,,,!,,. Music wns fin
other wearing apparel given them ,,,.,, llurlllK (hc 0V(,IllnK uy Kn,
In th I. husbands. Aecmdlnfi to Kn- orchostia. The Initio was attractive
gllsh law precedents tin. wife's cloth- i.. .ip..,,,. 1(l,ti with t.inb ...i r.,i ,.
lint hnlnllr-i In thn 1mh:lml nnil in.iv'.....
lint lie seized Icgnlly or ntlmrvvlso
ilMpn cil of without the lniBbatiil's
lonm'iit. In futt, It Is impossible for
n husband to Rlvo lil.i wife anything
uiinliiB under Ihe heail of "pntu
phei nulla." which Includes nil sorts
of wearing npparel for uso or oriin
iiieiitutl'iit. Ill' proprietorship never
tense'i uuil the wife's possession nev
So Blr William Solfo of the County
Joint ileelili'il jcslordny In it tnso
whoio mi nttempi vun m utn to Rolzo
Ihe wnidroho ol n Chelsea woman for
her debts. Mulgo and Jury cxpiesRed
i egret Hint tlirv were forced to ren
dei Hitch a dei Islnn, hut dcclaiocl that
they found a picreduiit In the deol
idciiui of the groat Jtirlct. Blr Francis
JiMine, ns'well as Justification In the
in Uiimon t of Ihe Chelsea hiibbiinil,
who quoted the law.
The law as ouoteil wax as follows:
"I A wife tnnuot dispose of pura
phomnlln duilne.thu lifetime of her
hiiKtuiid ihit eau she dispose, of them
"2 rnraphcrnalla, IhnuRti not
liable In retain p for her debts, me
to for her hushnnds.
".I The hud.and, oven during his
vlfo's llfelline, may sell or Rlvo nwny
lit Idcnsuro his wiro's parnpheinnll.i "
It looked for a while as If the Judg
ment was ravc.rnblo to Ilrltlnh litis
hands until linto women In this
niiiinliiH's nowipnpcrs lemlnded them
that since Ihev owned their wives'
clothes theie .v-ts still less reason for
the usual protest about paying for
Mr and Mrs. Dwlass Entertain
Mr. nnd Mis A. i: Dnuuiass of
U'l'i) K.ipiiil.ini stiect entertained nt
1 alr-si It tontslns a tensponnful tit
Duffv'o Malt Whiskey In each Rlaos.
Tho Ami i lean pcoplo consumo dur
Ini? tho hot wialhcr a very larso
iiuantlty of Iced diinks of various
kinds and colore, and pay dearly for
It with dlsnrdoicd stomachs that ie
fiibo to pei form their work; bowel
complaint, oNlinu&llon, congestion,
Minstrokc, nnd ninny other lilt follov
nnd from these onuses tho loss of llfu
Is gie.it Doctom suv nil daiiRer
:in be prevented by tho piopcr uso of
If FY'S PIE HIT WHISKEV
ii hit been lecommendcd nnd used
bv n nitmcn f tho Rospel nnd leni-
jieiiinlo udvocntos, and picscilhed by
(loitoij of oveiy school as un effect
ual pievontlvc and cuio of consumii-
tinu, bionehltls, Indigestion, btomacli
tioiible, nnd all diseases of tho tluo.it
Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey Is an
absolutely pine distillation of malted
i;roln; great tare beiiiR used to have
over kernel thoiouRhlj malted, thus
iloslioylnR tho perm nnd producing a
piciligcsted liquid food 111 tho fnini of
u malt essence, which Is tho most ef
fective tonic htlmulant and Invlgor
jitor known to i-clcnio; cottoned by
warmth mid molsttue, Its palatalill
ily and fieedom fiom Injuilous sub
ntnnies lender It so that It can ho
Totulncd by the most beusltlvo Btom
tirli. If vvp.il: and ntn down, tnlco a tca
cimonful four times n day In half n
glans of milk or water.
Dtjftj'H Puro .Malt Whiskey Is sold
Ihrouplioul the world by diugglsts,
Kroicrs mid deileis, or shipped ill
jeet foi ?1.00 per bottle.
If In need nf ndvlte, wtlto Con
wtJtlnR Physician, Duffy Malt W'hls-l.ov-
Company, Kochestcr, Now Yoik,
statlnj! jour enso fully. Our doctois
vlll wild yon advice free, together
with iiihandsonio Illustrated, medi
cal booklet containing tamo of' tho
many thousands of gratify lug let
tois received fiom men and wnmou
lu nil wnlltt of life, both old and
joutiR. who have been uirod nnd bon
olltcd by tho U3U ot tho Woild's gieat
ret medicine. ,
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H H t 1Of
fl i u '
illtincr Tliursili. evening In honor of
Mis. I'niitinu Diiiilap, Miss Floronco
Ilattcreua, Miss Constance ltcstnilck,
.Miss Marie Douglass, mid Mwrn. W.
A. (HasTcud Jr. nf' III,, Urnliln Mr
jicOlll of the Colorado, Mr. liiinn,
General nnd Mis. do Witt spent
tome time nt Old Wnlhlkl with their
ton and datiEMer, Dr. nnd Mis.
General do Witt, whoso death oc-
tuned letontly, was horn In llarils-
burg, Pn In isiu. Ho was the son of
tho llov. Dr. Wllllain lladclllTo and
Mnrj tWullaeo) do Witt. lie locolv
ed his prcpaiatoiy training at tho
llniilslmiR Academy, and entered
tho Sophomore elnss of I'i liuelon Col
lege In tho .iiitumii of 18B7. He
Kiadu.ited In tho class of 1SC0. He
began tho stuiy of inedklne, hut
abandoned It (cmpor.irlly to enter
tho arm In lSlil, as iftplnlu of one
of the companies or the IBth UprI
incnt of l'eunslrnnlii Vnlutitcers. Ho
took an nttho part In most or tho
battles of the Arm) of the Potonnir
when loiumaiided h (icneials Mc
Clellau mid Diirnshlc. Ills health
cave way under the atriilu mid he
icslRiied. lie 'vns able. howoer, to
lomplelu Ills medical studies, and bo-
fore the closi) of (ho war ho ic-untcr-ed
the sorleo ni actliiR assistant Bur-
Keon of volunteers. In Apill, ISO",
after uYiinlnnllon, he was (oinmls
sloned .uslstant surceon, with tho
lank of first lieutenant, In the repii
lur arinv, and continued In nitlve see
lep until he wlis rctlicd brigadier
Keiiei.it, AitKiist 10, 100:1. Since that
I lino ho has lltvd In WashlnKton. lie
shlo his borvlci as an ofllcer of the
lino durliiB tho Civil Wnr, he took
pnri as surgeon in several campaigns well patronized. Mrs. A. V.. Mur
iiEalnst (lie Indians, the most noliihlo pi,y'H tnskn hnve been most mduoua
ocinR mo expedition iiRitinst tno -Mo-
doe trluo In the Lava-beds of North-
"lu the cm Ilcr part of his cmccr
he was nt man! stations, the mo3t of
them being what weie then frontier
posts. Tor several vcars ho was sur
geon In clinige of tho Soldiers' Home
lu WnshtnRtoii. During the Spanish-
American War ho was stationed at
I'ortrcss Monno. Ho there urR.inlz-
ed and superintended the Unltcl
States Clcucial Hospital and received
the eick and wouudcil who were
brought In Rient numbers to that
point fiom tltii scat of war. After
the war ho wns for a lime the chief
surgeon or medical director of tho
Department of Cuba. His last active
service was tendered at Washington.
Ho succeeded Colonel, now (leneral,
Wood hull as cupcrlntcnclcnt of tho
Modlctl Library and Museum, nnd n
piofessor of mmy medicine in thu
United States nn Medical School.
Of thta school (ieneial tin Witt uflei
wards becamo piesldent, mid for n
time was uctlns suigcon general of
tho nr:u. lu J 003 ho nuked foi iu
tirenicut 11m was appointed iuiRa-
dler genei.il of the I'tilted States Ap
letlicd Alienist 10 of that
"Cinnr-il dn Wilt vvnq 111:111 led In
1S77 to Miss .lo,enhlni, l.ekcsne. nf
Cliarleaton, S. C, who survives him
with four ihllilien, two of whom
C'aptnln Wullncedn Witt of the Med -
Jcal Conn, and Captain .lohn Lescsno
d" Witt nf tho 20th Infantry moinees nun nrlnK toffeo with a dell
olllccrs of the tinny. Or (loneiul de
Witt's brotheis nnd slsteis, the only
sin v Ivor Is tho llov. Dr. John de Witt
piofcsto. of chui t Ii hlsloi) In Pilnie
lon Thiologleal pemlliniy." Peiin
Dr. and Mrs. Walter lloffninnn,
who have been 111 Km ope for the past
tK months, letmned to Honolulu this
week. They mo busily engaged V"""1- " '"'ey nanous nmuu
cieellnc their fi lends, who mo do-ihuce lllc'1 wltI' weis mid pieslded
lighted to have them hack again.
MIk3 lleatiico lloldsvvoi th, tho
ihiughter of Mis. Leopold lllackmnn.
will i each Honolulu about Nov. Cth.
Plio Is coming via thuSuc Cmuil and
or Madamo Anal tho Call b.ih:
Not the fact that Miidmuo lllnncho
An ul, prlmu ib'.unn, snug with Indif
ferent limine In t hut gienl mtlstlc suc
cess In Honolulu: nor jet tho fact
that her husband, II. Ilabsett, wns
compelled to sleep out of doors on tho
voyiiRo fiom the Islands on the Ala
meda In older to piotect her canine
pet3 Is slgnillcmit; hut tho fact (lint
Will I. OrconlMum, local Impresario,
has hen id her 'waible, Is the pcitl
ucnt fact, and out of Unit clrcuin-
btamo comes the minnunccment that
the lady will glvo at least ono con-
eeit In San PrancUm. And It will bo
with oichcstral accompaniment, too.
Several loCul lovers of music and
ciltlcs iiavo heaid tho madamo sing
nnd say sho is Bleat how great ic
niiilns tu ho been. Hut nt nnv rate
Oiceubaum Is staking tho pilco of
mi oichcstral conceit, Including ic-
hcuitnls, anil (lie icsult will ho wit-
nossul oiio week fiom not Sunday,
October II, nt tho Van Ness theater
Mmlnnio Air.il is pupil of Massenet
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' BTCNIKO BULLETIN.
and cmrlis with her tho'porsonnt les-
Imonlal of his lilclt reRard for her
aillstry. She has (leon it popular
uliiRcr In Paris nnd Is well provided
Willi cntliimliibllc press iiotlceK from
nhto.ul. Iter Nolie Is said (o he n IiIrIi
sopiauo, lleNible and Knip.ithctlc,
and her uiimbeis will r.niRO fiom
the old llnll.i'i i Insslis to modern
songs, ninny of which will be with
iirchestral mro-np.inlnicnt. l'uul Stein
dorff is at tlio liend of the orchestra
and Is one of those who Is enthusias
tic iibout tlii newcomer to these
Mr. and Mi p. Alexander Young,
with their dnunhter, Miss II. Until
Yoiiiir, sailed for the Coast this
week. Mrs. Yininft and Miss Yiiuiir
tuny he Rone for quite a while nnd
a talt to tho (Id country Is until 1
paled. It wilt all depend upon Mid.
Yoiiiib's health Miss Yoiiiir will
bo greatly mliucd, for she Is , popu
lar and charming adjunct tu the so-
WAS OPEAT SUCCESS
Kverybody l.v delighted with (ho
unqualllled success of Hie Olpsy
l'ete last evening nt the Moana
Hotel for the benefit of the Humane
Kotlct). Tho Riouiids, Illuminated
by strings of electric lights of led
nnd yellow, luude a brilliant showing
which cMcuded to the walk ocr tlw
eea. The different tents weio most
fjoiRcously tlci orated, ever) body
kccuiltiR to vie with each other in
original effect, and pioducltiR a faliy
lll.o scene never before attempted
hole. (IroupJ of (llpsles were seen
cvcowheiu nnd Mich dimming com
blnations of color lould only bo pro
duced b) tiiuih piofouud thinking
Tho gie.itest prnlfie must bo bestowed
upon Airs. Abinius, whoso untiling
efforts nnd inngtilllcciit success In
decorating thu booths woie greatly
iippicclatcd. She always docs every
thing blie wished done well, and sho
proved hcisetr en artist. Tliu loso
fortunes, of which she also wnr. In
charge, made a neat sum of money
for the good cause, nnd they weie
amI ilcr cCver, taUful brain hns sin-
mounted all the illlUcultles In 'a re
inarkahlc manner. Her peanut for
tunes went on like hot cakes, nnd
amused everybody. Mrs. Svvanzy's
booth was artistic lu the extreme.
She iniiile u hnmlFomo Olpsy and hor
ndalstiiiita were Mrs. Corvvln Ilces,
Mrs Kred. Macfurlnne, Mrs. Ccorgo
D ivies. Tho lea garden of which
Mrs. fierrlt Wilder was the head, at
tracted everybody. Costly rugs and
hangings were tho featuro of this
booth mid it was one of tho most
popular testing places. Mis. Wll
dci's beautiful costume of yellow
.satin with mauve boleio and head
dress of icrlse. was very becoming.
In this booth was noticed Mis. .Ins.
Juihl in a Hungarian Olpsy costume
It wns a ven pleasing creation mid
tho fair wearer looked most attract
ive. Much fun went on ul tho l'ost
olllcc, whh h Mis. Seldon Kingsbury
nnd Mis Cornwell pieslded over.
Many leltcis wero leielved nnd u
llouilshliig business went on, tho
two (llpsles IoimIiir mint plctuiosquo.
Mrs. S. (I. Wlldcr's .Candy booth
mado n decided success nnd tempted
"! l " ioney Bcemeii 10 now
. ..... .. .. .. .....
list evening inn tl wns no cuoit to
Persuade tho guests to 11.11 1 with
tltoll dimes nnd nuailots. The cof.
fco 1"1 sandwiches, presided over by
r,rs- '. J. Walker, mado a pleasant
1 mteijuilc. for walking about was
lmngeilng work nnd to sit under tho
I clous bnndvvlih, nnd listen to tho
sweet stinlns of Merger's band was
a combination that appealed to
Tho live doll department under (ho
ablo management qf Mrs. Mmy
(iunu, was u novelty that had instant
success, tho live dolls weio very
fetching nud.Mis. ('.mm a past mis-.
1trHM "' ""' rl ' oiitertnlnliig tho
over by hor dainty self wns an un
uiual and striking novelty. Tho grab
bnfis, always popular, were besieged
I it 1 1 tho time. They woio In chmgo
of MIB3 L'llabeth SaiRont. The Ill
ma lets mid Olpsy bend booth was
In Mis. Albeit Taylor's hands. iNeed
less to say, It was u fasclnntliiR placo
and tho pietty Olpslcs weie veiy
BUiceksful In deposing of Iholr wuios.
Tho Icmonndo booth, Mrs. Marston
Campbell and Mrs. Wnllnco rnniiiR-
Imi, did a thriving busIuesH as ev
ery body was th 1 1 sly, Tl.o Imps plny
Iiir nhniit tho fire broiiRht the chil
dren In veiy effectively mid tlu cos
tunics of tho dlspeiiHeis weio veiy
aid active, (
One of the tido bhows wns the
Olpsv diinilng of Misses Mnrgaiet
nnd llolcn Conttr. Tho wolrd music
wns pluyed by n real Spanlnid, e3pc
'Lilly ongaged for the occasion. It
wiib most huccessful and tho two
slsteia danced tho dllllrult steps
Mis. Althur Wall's ting rake3
weio eagerly fought for nnd lu hor
vvoiiderfully clever way sho hid an
innibul.itor decorated mid muled nut
j tlui strolling ,Olpsy idea perfectly
Tho Ico ueam boolh, lu charge of
busy dlsti Uniting badges. Thoy weio
both lovely tu evening dress. Tin)
Indian vvigvvnm had u gicat buccess,
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HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY. OCT.
.Ml"- liniRiiril Sclfaefcr, was very
liuptllnr, and the dnnclng of Mlts iIo'IIoors,
1'ArllRUo In the dtawlns-inom it spe-
tint featuro Rieatly iidmlicd. Tlioilon, chnlriuan; nsslsted by Mis. Ash-
pretty ouiir dancer inado thico'ley, Mrs. Herirnn llnbnrtson, Mrs
rliaiiRes and I'linimeit her audlenro I
I)) her Riiueful dancliiR The hall-III. W.idhlims.
room wns irovdid throughout Hie (llpjy Dante -Mlse3 Helen nnd
evcitliiR nnd It kepi Mrs. KdwnrdMnrR.il el Cental.
iciincy and Mis. Clirfoid Kimball, Spielers HeynolJ Mctliew, lan
ncoiilo wlshlnc their n.ilins told often '(Irnhain, Ojwnld Stevens.
col lie nwny for want of time. .Mrs.
t of time. Mrs.
ir Amerlenn In-
I.elnR most tug-
llawrs woio u rcRuln
dlnn costume, tlie tomuh
Intr ft oin her blc.uso bel
ni.ellvn. Thn lilflnm mnl rnrilriL'p
blCLked tho wny fiom the Kciislde loJMIss ltoslo Ilet hert, "Miss Mary onA'
the Moana Hotel, all Honolulu hcliiR Unit. ,J
out to seo the woiideiful (llpsy fete
which hns never been equaled licit'.
Such pioccs8lous of lovel women
lu tlie (llpsy diess' And how happy
ovorybodv wns! Light and tool mid
beyond tho lawn the soiiml of the
waves beating on the sliiiie. It was
11 brilliant sight and will linger loni!
In the memoir
An chairman of Ihi Hxecutlve Com
mittee Mts. Kllz.ibeih Church wns
nil unqualllled uiccess She attended
to everybody with eneigv and skill.
Sho Is certainly a most Hlieniious poi
son mid her actlvllj Is unparalleled.
Tho booths were In i barge of the
Ico Cream llooth Miss Iringnrd
Schncfer, chnliiiian; nsslstants: Miss
es Cordelia Vnll cr, Nell Alexander,
Norn Stuigcon, Mlil.itu W.itei house,
Ulennur Wateihouse, Lillian Hojieil
tou. draco Hoheilson. lima llallen-
tyne, Dodlo Ilallcntvne, Doroth
Wood, Alice Cooper.
I'HIow lloor'.i Mis rancls 'M.
Svv.inzy, chnlriuan; nssUied by Mrs.
Corvvln P. Keep, Mrs. Tied. Mncfar
lanc, Mrs. Oco. Davles, Mrs. A.
K nnd so 11, MUs Katheilne Ooodale,
nnd MUs Itosamond Swinz".
Tea Oardcn Mrs. (Ion It Wilder,
chairman; nssUtcd by Mrs. Walter
rrcar, Mrs. Swinburne. Mrs. John
Walker, Mrs. Charles Cooper, Mrs.
Upham, Mis. Kalph O Ik l'orster,
Mrs. Harry Miicfuilanc, Mrs. Iloedc
fold, Mrs. Oeorpe Potter, Mrs. ltanny
Scott, Mrs. Jinnca Judd, Mrs. James
Pott Otncc Mrs. Coinvvcll, chair
mini; assisted by Mis Seldon Kings
l.vtry, Mis. D. C. Hiovvii. Mrs. W. T.
Lucas, Miss, Mnrgaiet Cation, Miss
Kenny Catton, Miss IMItli Smith,
Mtas Kdlth Miller, Miss Nellie Mc
Lain, Miss Wills, Mtss Julia Mc
Stockcr, Miss Myin Angus, Miss Illnlr,
Miss Lucas, Mlsa Chnilottc Hall, Miss
Mlldicd Smith, Miss Il.iv Hell, MlssIri Mnjor S,rP)t oison. It. Irvine,
Dixie Qunrlcs, Miss Helen Quarles,
lladges Mrn. Clifford Kimball,
chairman; assisted b Mrs. Kdward
Tcnncy, Mrs. Harvey Mm ray, Mis.
La Mont, mid Mis. Allco Huntings.
Spanish Dante Miss Adcl do 1'Ar-
J'canut Poi tunes Sirs. Augustus
I'. Murphy, chairman; assisted by
Mis. Fred. Diuiou, Miss Sara Lucas,
Miss Helen Oil v in, Miss Hadlo Me
I.aln, Miss Kiuma Pratt, Miss Molllo
Orace, Mls Joe Pratt, Miss Kllcn
McCurty, .Ml.-'.s Dova MiCorrlslmi,
Miss Hello MiCmrlstou, Miss Helen
North, JIIi.3 (imlmn Wadmuti, Miss
Maud do Hrcttevllle, Miss Georgette
Mortcley, Miss Hcita, Miss I'sthor
Kopke, "ilss Oei'ovievo Laugton, Miss
Allio Spalding, Mlbs Hattto Lucas,
KltiB Cake- .Mrs. Arthur V. Wall,
chalinian; na.sltled by Mtss Heatrlco
Cnstle, Miss Mmgaiet Custle, Miss
MadRo McCandless, Miss Mnrgaiet
Pctcricui, Miss Kthel Spalding, Mis.
Muriel Ilovvntt, Mtss Louise Day,
Miss Iiene 1'Uher, Miss Harriet
Young, Miss Vera Damon.
Oi.ih Hags Miss I'lizahcth S.ng-
ent, ihalrman, assisted by Miss Allco
Macr.irl.iuc. Mls Wattle Holt, Mls.i
Ada Mutch, ami Mis. Ilayseldeii.
Coffee Hoolh- Mrs. K. J. Walker,
chairman; nslstcd by Mrs. l'dvvmd
Watson, Mis llctbcit Mlddledllth.
Mlbs Lauin Athcitou, Miss ICmma Ly
ons, Miss I'loicmo Cm ley, Miss I'du.i
Curtis, Miss Jean Angus, Miss Iieno
Kkknid, Miss Lama Atheiton, Miss
Until Kleli.inh. MUs Dora Atvv.iter,
nnd Mis, Pain, Hongs.
Illm.i Lels mid Olpsy Heads Mis.
A. P. Taylor, ihalrman; nsslsted by
Mrs. Homy Afong, Mis. M. I). Hiown,
.Miss Sheffield, Miss Alameda Town-
scud, Mlbs licue Iiovd, Miss Huth
Johnson,' Mlssns llnrlct' and Mario
Palmistry . Mis. AIennder 0.
Hplcdeis Mn. 1' A. It. lloss and
Mlbs Naiiulo Winston,
Livu Doll P.intonilmo Mis. Mary
Wilder Ounn. Dolls Itutli Super,
Virginia Alt Cut)', Dean Winter, Haz
el Iluckhtud, Vdltl. KiblltiR, Violet
Lucas, Gud)ti Kiuger, Pearl MtCnr
thy, Madeline liuss, Allco Hastings,
and Tholm.i K. Murphy,
Hoso Fortune Mis. Lmils Ah
lams, tbaliinaa, assisted by Mis. At
Ihur Smile, Miss Nell Hudnettc, MUs
Ackoriunu, Mls 11. Oreen, Miss SI,
Hell, Miss 1 Winter, Miss Douglas,
Miss Pattcison, Miss V. Slmhsou, Miss
L. Tinner, Miss, A (Ireou, Miss 12,
Murray, Miss Vow, and Miss Callfoi
lila Luc.iH. Tho following litllo girls
will repreicnt the Itoacs; Miss, Hel
ena Morgan, Muicchal Nell,; Miss
draco Stephen.', American Henuty;
Miss llarbara W'nll.ei, La rrmiro.
Lemnnado Dooth Mrs. Marston
Campbell, chnli innn; assisted by Mis.
Wnllnco r.uiliipton, Misucn Helen
Spalding, Mnrgaiet Stevens, Sybil
Itobcrtbon, Dorothy (1111, Until Kit-
ilngton, nances FarrliiBtou, Muilol
17, 190S. ,
ll'clersci?, MWell'tio ' cii'apl'nl'' Alltio
Cut l'lowcrs Mis. Sidney M Hal-
.loscph I'mtt Cooke, Mis Sunfoid
Cnndj I tooth Mrs. Samuel It-
der, ch.ilrni.ili, nssUted by Mrs
protiud-.llralneid Hmllh, Mrs. Langlmme,
'Mis. Hubert Atkinson, Miss Wllhclnil-'
Cniidi I tooth Mrs. Samuel Wll
nil Tenner. Ml?. MrllOSt WlltcrhOUhC, '
Dtcorathm Commltteo Mrt,
Louis Abiains, chalrmnn; asslslcd by
Mrs. A. Soulo and Mrs. Ityctoft
Tho ilnnco which Miss Alice Cooper
gave at tho residence of her parent i
In Mimoa on Wednosdav evening was
n piolty nnd enjoynhle nffnlr. at"-u.lfil
by (he younger set Cilnisim ruiiiii
tlons and hanging baskets or r"ins
gave touches of color to tin sp.ii m
l minis which lire so well ndiiit I l
cntctlnliilng. Tho Inue (oiul ' 1c 1
with palms and grceiiB, looked h.i,.
urlaily attractive, and It was a I iva
lto lounging place between dunci nl
though tho lanals weie al'-o cool ii
tcstful between ikiuces. Miss AHe
Cooper, vvlui Is a iluoiitaiite, liioke '
Very hnndsoino In a nine fioclc I lei
tv.o twin Elsteis, Iicne and lu'x'U
beautiful glrla, were dressed In b, n
and pink, and assisted very gia ii Hv
In looking urter tho guests. Mi Kt li
es! Kanl's oichestia furnished the brli
limit music, and tv.-o steps and w.c ios
clalmi'd tin? young people until a mlo
hour. Muny or tho yoiinger oHiei'N
weio detained on board ship much li
Ihe dlrgust of everybody. Ices, cakes
i, nd lemonade wore lavishly served
Among thu guests wero: The Misses
Angus, Hattlo Lucas, Lonu Inukea,
the Misses Kopke, Alice Macfarlnnc,
Norn Slurgton, Ihu Mlssos Wndnun,
Ocorgetto Marscly, Helen North, Kloi-
eneo Curry, tho Mls3es Catton, Doris
(lltdler, llnrrlet Young. Constnnco
Kestnrlck, Mnrgy Peterson, Irene I'lsh
er, Hello McCorrlston. Saru Lucas, the
Misses SpuldliiR, Aluieda Toniikond,
lllnncht' Super, Dorothy Wood, Helen
Olrvin, Kunlco Pratt, tho Mlst.es Hob
liiFim, Jlurlol Hnwltt, I'lorcnco Whiter,
Helen Ilrown, Oenoviove Lnngton, tho
Misses Ilallenlyno, Mndgr McCandless,
Katherlno Snillii, Cntherlno Hopper,
Miss Shenield, Messrs. A. Norrls. II.
.vlcCIure, J. Murra, i:. I). Ahnv. P.
P. Williams, J. i:. Pond, O Ilotsford,
Itlnehart, A. (I, Kemnian, J. Parker,
Stevens. Thelln, K. II Poteot, Dr. line
on, J. Hunsnker, Farley, McCracken,
lloweu, Chilton, Coudltt, Van do Cirr.
Aborkcti, Hnrtlgau, Ma) field, Glass
ford, Gross, McKlnuey, Ilees, Herb
stcr. Austin, McOulro, Ilaker, Holt,
Durr, O'ltear, Ilest, Jelison Mciedllh,
Jack Young, W'nrren, D. Kennedy, II.
Castle, W. Cnstle, C. Thompson, Liv
ingston, Iseiiberg, Mncfnrlnno, Catton,
McCoirlston, Jcnks, H)crort, Mlsl,
Raymond Smith, Macintosh, Kdwnrds,
Klngsbur), Dlckman, Chnrlcton.
The fair which wns given at Halca
le.i Lawn last Sat in day afternoon, for
the benefit of tho Kchohiibhlps for
Alllolanl schiHils was most successful,
llnnnchill), bochilly nnd m Untidily.
I'ive huudieil mnl twcnts'iho doll.ua
were mado nnd of tlila sum one lii'in
dud nnd fifty dolhirs went for ex
panses The Iunu I.inni was decorated
ilitliely with v-v vino, mid the Initios
wero completely veiled lu maidenhair
fcin, no oilier kind being iibud. Great
m.isbcs of blue lijdrangeas were also
used with artistic effect, nlteinatliig
with masses of scarlet carnations nnd
the lnk varieties. Tho Hawaiian
booth wns decorated with Hawaiian
nags, titiiia lois niul iiiallo. There
wero buhl calabashes,' paper lels, mod
lis ot Cannes, fans, lels or all sorts
i ml ennes of vmioiis descriptions, l'or
the ancient Hawaiian hioth, advant'ige
Inn! been taken or a natural gioup of
fan palms, their stems foimliig Ihe
suppoit for cocoanut leaves am) Ha
waiian Mags, ho It was veiy tool and
pIctiiKbipie, and alio nppiopilatc.
Thcio was pol.poiuidlng to bo retn,
mat weaving and tnpa winking, all tho
ancient authentic liistiuinetas liavltiR
been lent for tho occasion, A hull
died m.illu lels worn sent from Hawaii.
Tho eand) booth wns under a big
umbrella Jieo nnd did u flourishing
business. The Riab-bag was a groat
attraction for tho cjilllicn and foiluao
telling paid well lu Mrs. 12vans' both
Ico ci cam, lonibnndo nnd e.iko bold
rapidly and Mis L. fl. Hlacknian was
in charge. I2vcr) thing was home
made, and temptingly arranged, being
under the personal supervision of Mrs.
Hluckmnn, who luhoicd most miliums-
ly for tho grand bucccbs of laBt Satur.
day. The houtlig wero in chmgo of tho
Hawaiian I.unch Mis. Hnnn Hoyd,
Mrs. ll, M. Aie3.
Iluwallan Table Mrs, M. H, Kaliea,
Mis. K. Nahaolehni.
Lmionnde and Ico Cream Mis L,
Flower llooth Mlns Paulino Q
(llpsy Hoolh Mrs. liana Kanl.iu N.
Fruit Hooth Mrs. L. Keohoknlolo.
Coifco llooth Mis J. A. Itlchardsoii,
Oiab olloth Miss Iieno Ilojd.
Sldo Sliovvs Mis. N. I.iuhci.
A beautiful hmcheon whh given by
Admiral nnd Mis. Swliibumo on tho
U. S. S. West Vliglnln this week. Tho
Initio, artistically decorated Willi thu
silver of thu ship, was much udmliud.
' lu'ti :JI 'l,
Va -m k
Jj A jb
BQ ,Hu lOl hTo Sl
A uSaW .Jfl (LvClr
E Me si
Wc have just leccivsd over $20,000 worth of Rcijal
Shoes for men only m the latest Fnll stjlcs. Tlicsc shoes
are made to conform to tho natural shape of the foot, with
out looking square and clumsy.
They have deal -cut lines, n full treading surface, anil
ti slight swing. Made of the best wealing lenthers known
todny the Black King Calf, Kid. and Colt leathers.
You can he absolutely sure of finding a perfect fit in
oar Quaitcr Sues.
Biing your old shoes to us to be tcpaircd while you
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, corner of KINO ard BETHEL.
Mrs A. 11 Hobertson wore nil elnplu
frock of white broadcloth and the coal
of blue silk hnd the lapels embrold
eied In pestel bhades. The waist was
of Iiish crochctte lace, and a stunulug
hat of fllct laco 7as v.'oru. The guests
Included Mrs I'hlllp Andrews. Mrs
A. II. Itobcitson, Miss Cislte. Miss
Sturgeon, Commnuder Oliver. Lleulcu j
uit Comuiauder and Mis. F It. Op
ham, Lieutenant Comui.'inder Offley,
Lieut. II N. .lelibon, Lieut. Poleet.
Tho St. Clement's Guild Intend hold
lug a bale of home-mudo delicacies
on the morning ot Saturday the .list.
This will bo a treat for housekeeperr,
who am always on thu lookout foi
good things to cat. Tho Guild alv. ajt
has the very best of everything, and
delicious things may bo anticipated
Tho sale will bo lu charge of prom
Incut mcmbeis of St. Clement's, which
ough to speak well for tt the unusual
ly choice articles offered being exctus
ively homo imide and of tho chulcesL
Mrs. Kllznheth Church, who wn"
tho oilglnator of tho Gipsy Fete, can
well bo delighted with the gloat sue
ecos which It met with. As clialnu.in
cue cnieriain.ucni comnniieo sir
did everything for lis gieat success
mute sue mis ccen inc social nulla-
t t. . . . . .
fier llio hotel dances have been most
exclusive and select. A great .change
hns been iiotL'ecl nnd tt Is absolute!)
duo to her efforls. She often chapcr-
ones parties of young girls and It In
ilellglittul tto se her enthusiasm nnd
hor success assured from the
Mr. Kndolf J. Huchlv's concerl,
whlih will omir on (ho cvetilu:: of
October 27th at lllslmp .Hall. Is at-
Ir.irtliiR much iitleutlo.i nnd lint tick-
ets me belling well. Thoy mo now
for K.1I11 mid can lie exclianged ut
Wall, Nichols'. Thu list of p.ilrnnr.
Is n notable one.
MUs, Ilardaway's house pirly Inst
Saturday Included Judge and Mrs
Klugbbuiy, Count vou S. Domkowcz
Mr. and Jlrs Primer, Dr. and Mrs
Wadhams Mr. and Mis Lyons, Judga
Peri), Dr. mnl Mis. Mcdievv, Mr. Tern
MrOiovv, Ciptitln Fa), .Mr. nnd .Mrs.
Ailhur Hoik. Those honso parties are
aivii)B enjojiihlu affairs, tho huso
owliniulng pool being a gie.it factor.
Df". and Mrs. McCirow entcrtnlued
tho Fiench Consul. Miulnuio Mi'ilant
rtinl ninihei- .... ...i,.., ..i. ,.. ,
mid mother on Sunday, also Mr. nnd
Mis. I.) cms and W. F. Lyons of Call-
fcirnl 1 run Mnlnp iliii,.,u ,.r 1-....1 ... i
lurni.i nnil .Major Holmes of nngkind.
Swimming was Indulged lu Gnosis
besides' Mr nn.l vine V..i-v t .....1
nesiiies. .vir. unci .virs. veiy. .Mr. ami
Mis Lyons, .Mrs. Oinver, Tarn Mc
Gie'vv Count It S niniikiiuler
tutw icmiii 11 is, ljouiKovviCz
Dr and Mis James Judd gave a
chmiillliR dinner last evening, t'lel"
Euests Including Mr. nnd Mrs. Hob -
ort AtMiuon, Jlr nml Mr Jiuwb
nun., in m. ... .
vvii.ier, .viibsos Ji111rg.net Castle un I
Ablo Macr.11 lane. Miss Alice MacTar
linie mado a pleasing plrture in her
very hccomliiR Gipsy diess.
All ehlbornlo illnner una i.twm ,,
Wedncsdny by Lieutenant Cimuumidcr
nnil Mrs. S. 12. Moses at tho Naval'
Station. The guests Included Mrs.
Philip AndiewB, .Mrs. 11 A. Field,
Mrs, A. II. Ilobertsoii. Captain Ollvtr,
Mrs. F. J. Moses, Major Mycin. Lieut.
J. F. Katoy.
Pending the niiluil of the warrant
On Thursday evening Judgo and for the arrest or Svrond Mute Jennings
Mis. Sidney M. Ilallou entertained nt.of tlio schooner Hubert Senrles, who
nn lufoiinal dinner ror Mrs. 'llobart. 'wub taken Into eusioilv on instructions
son, Mis. II A. Field, Major Myers and
Limit. II. 12. Jiiuseu
Mr. Tarn McGinvv's aitlstio fluEers
wore lcspoiiblblo for tho honutirul lea
bejoth or Mts. Goirlt Wildor's. Thy
cozy comer with tin- red lire .11 a teat
G)ps) kettle, tin- double iturtet com-
limed of Messrs Arthur Wall. Waller
Dillingham. Livingston 12). Ulincmi f
Kimball. Home, I'otoci. who satu?-"
Gypsy sours from tlie "lied Mill,
weio wonderful n.nnctlons. KniKSt
Kaal occompanleil the quartet. Tin
led light from the Oypsv tiro Hindu (I
tort Rlovv over tho fury-like scone, and
It wns decidedly olio of tho most artis
tic cornels In th" -un Is
Mi 1 .' ' ! son Tarn on
tertnlneil . . v'u nmnudcr nnd ot-
beers of ihe Cntlitat on.ThUrS'lajr ovon-,, J
lug iiunrma,! uauciug unci siiiriiik
mado the uvcnlng very enjoyahk'. AJ
delicious punch with scndwlcbo.s and
cukes weio served. Among Ihoso pres
ent were Mr. and Madamo Memint,
Mr. and Mrs. Prosser, Dr. and Jlww
.lames Jiiciii, ltr. 111111 .viik. uuanes
Cooper, Sllss llnrdaway. Count vo.t.S.
Domkonlcz. Mrs. Hawtis. Jr., and sev
eral others. ,
Mis. II C liryaut of ludtnunpnlle,'
who litis been VUIIIup '. (Oiislii.
Mrs. M. 12. (Iriissiiniii, rei hub lo'her
loom on Ilia Munrhuri.i next Wed
...-d....j . .
Ju,,B0 ani, VrS- KmnoIs M. Ilattir li
.,., Misa iiir,t.,t nirli r .1, In,. X
"- "'rjj t
t ,i, vrw u'llimil I.. Vnl.li.,,i,.u.
pi,.. ..,,, i, t.,.. f., ,'i... f
. Miss Ilardaw.iy has Just ielurnnl
from a di'llRhthil visit with .Mrs.',
A. Francis Judd tho other tide or thu
A f.il will bo hold nt St. Illlzaboth ,
llouvo Satiirda), December r,, under -".
ifij ausplce.t or tho Women's Guild. i
Dr. mid Mrs. Walter Ilrlnckorhoff
ui spendlnt; a few weeks with Mrs,
Allan Whlto at Kunnlii.
Ciimt von S. Domknwlrs Is Ihu
finest or tho MtOrcws lor this week.
Mr. J. F llaekfeld was a ielurnli:g
pissenger fiom Kurope this week,
MARKED FOR THE
About tlirco veurs uri Mm. T Ifikm
nf Slli KlrUlinm hIm.'I. Oaklnml. Cil .
called nt mir hiHc with a itirl tldriitii
"'"i " lnn intt.tr wciiic mnl iimimm.
Wiu utatf.t ttmt t.li bad iot 11 iUukIikt
tlninmh klilii-v tliaouHo mnl tlio itctiini
",,w '"'d '"-r tills line "viw lii tho n.lmu .
ux nn.I thai she could llta nut a short
."," '"oilier wns r.eaily cllntr.ictcd. Wo
toi(l Jlcr ,(nt K'lcimy clit.io wan ruilly
Inttanuimtlini 01 il M.bicss nua ttmt It
w w In fiuit liu 1 1 iM tnnlr thu old illurc.
line, cell ( whan vu.r.i kUlnc-y cxcltnnts,
but that nu mo II. lit fur kidney Inllam-
',Si,i0l'Jii?. !:",".i!!''""' n''4J'' JUS
r took tlio treatment witli ncr.
' i" "i S, .,..,
UU u beautiful ounn Klrl Who warn th
Arrv 1 ic turn nr iuniih. nun inim.tit.mi
h.r its Urn .ljlnir i,ti,t f 11 roi T.th
iikci. nnil te,l ua to r,for nnibCHlv In tlui
wen lit tci lr. Hhe oute.) tlm rceovury. -.
n lmnl, ,,, nt,,..., .1. .,.....,. ....... -
...... .w. ,,,-..,. ... ...... ,,,,Llllll ,1',&.
1 or tin- only cinollt nt fur Inllammatlon
nf lh KI.1ji.-j m. tho world hns evor Bern.
ask fur lltunK Heiuil Coini'ouinl. Ul-
cmtliro llialllcl III o
J0IIN J' '"'oaUamiCal,
nunniuiu jiruR co. fori St. are mir
nolo locil imcnts ,vn ' . Minonthly
Ilulhtln of 1 1' . si
n'colL''1 " "'"'less froni Knliulul, tho
police are at n loss to know tho na
ture or the olttiibo ugalnst tho Bailor.
Thu wireless message stated that tlm
olllcer had been Rullly of gross fraud,
but tho natuio or his alleged criminal
act In unkuowu licio.