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. EVENING DUtLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATl'RDAY, NOV. 7, 190S.
-, -y rwi,ir rSjP" nn"'T,'in wwirr
i. " i
CYMf tiere was a Man n Love
V711LC who was Extrehiel'y Atten
uated. In fact, he grew so Slender that
his Shadow used to fall into Cracks in
the Pavement and have to' be pried out.
His Daisy complained that his
Knee Hurt her, and that it made her
Cross Eyed to look at him; but she
Couldn't Afford to be Particular,and let
it Go at That.
One day she Noticed that the Wind
no longer Whistjed when it Struck him,
and that his Clothes seemed Pilled Out.
She Reproached him Bitterly. " Ah,
Clarence ! You love me No More! "
"No, Dearest,"-he said. "My
Appetite is Tremendous, it is True, but
I Love you Just the Same. The Secret is
that now It ake a Glass of Primo Beer
with Every Meal."
He grew Heavy so Rapidly that his
Tailor had to Plan Ahead, but he was
True to Daisy to the End.
Moral: Primo Beer will give
you an Appetite under, the most Ad
In Glass Jars
You have heard about them-why
haven't yoilx tried them? , , .
Don't say you know what a Dill
Pickle is unless you have tasted . the x
Heinz Dill Pickle.
There axe no others like them.
Your grocer has them.
Insist upon getting HEINZ.
- SOCIAL NOTES
MIKADO'S BIRTHDAY BIG SOCIAL EVENT
mSJ,IMPERIAL JAPANESE MAJESTY MUT8UHIT0
The omclnlt reception and cclebfu floor, file tables wcro arranged so
lion In honor of tho birthday nnnl-'nt the guests could sec tho perform
nnu uciors on mo stage, inii
orsnry of Ills lmpcrlnl Mnjcsty, tlio
Umperor of Japan,, held In the Jup-
nncse Consulate Goncrnl In Honolulu
on November 3d, was .tixi-cptlunally
nrnnd. It whb the Unit official re
ception of Consul Ucncrul Uyono.
The Consulate wns fittingly decor
oted for the qccnslon. A large nich
wltlrtlio emblem of the chrysanthe
mum In tho center was erected over
the entrance. Tho 'reception rooms
on the second and third Doors were
udorned with Jnlmneso Hags, ferns,
palm leaves, malic, and other tropl-j
In the evening a grand banquet
era nnu actors on
wns the first ofllclnl banquet since
the arrival of Hie now Consul. The
decorations of the tables were pretty
nnd the guests wero comfortably
Duilng the banquet speeches wcro
mudc by Consul General Uycno anil
other prominent Japanese. Ilanznls
were frequently called for and a gon
irnl good time was Indulged in. Olio
of the Interesting feature was a wiu-it
ling match, arranged for by the
membcis of tho Japanese nowspnjierb.
Among those who called were Gov
crnor Waller I IVcar nnd staff, Mrs.
Walter F. Ficar, ex-Governor A. 3
, rm.l- ... .i.l-il.. II... I....1
was given, iiiviwhiiuv lliunn f-ll,r v ,1 a r.,nvrr., Pnn.nl
to the Japanese who numbered about -,, for lortUKa: MBB 1Ia. H.
lOUl I1U11UICU. I'llllllt; Ulu immiuti-
u tlasli-llght plltuio of tho gucst3
.promptly ai s a, m. consul uen-
crnl Uyeno, Klevo Consul K. Abe, and
tho members of tho staff of tho Con
fulate, assembled In tho reception
room and received subjects of Japan.
The Consul Oenernl was attired In
dark Consular uniform. He Was dig
nified in his bearing nnd his manner
of receiving tho cullers was pleasing.
I. Chinese Consul; Krnost A. Slott
Smlth, Bccrctnry of tho Territory;
II. SI. von Holt, Consul for Nether
lands; J. F Ilhckfcld, Consul for Gcr
many and Consul for Norway; (Sen.
ltodlek. Consul Tor Sweden; Holicrt
P. I.ange, Consul for llclglum; Wil
liam l.nnz, Consul for Mexico; F. A.
Schnefer, Consul for Italy (Dean of
the Consular Corps); It. Mcnnut,
Consul for Trance; ltalph 0. K. Fors
ter, II. II. II. Consul; 11. It. Slacfui-
t..m rfitianl tif Tlntimnrlr flnnrim
After the guests had been presented , av'cg , Mi Vco Consul: Judgo
to the Consul Oenernl they were es- 1)(), Unte(1 Btatm ,.
cortCCi lo a reircsuiiicui. iuuirr wnutu
light drinks und eatables were sorv
cd. During tho reception, Jupaiieso
school children numbering about 900
with their baud, bang and played the
"Klmlga-yo," tho Japaneso national
anthem, with patriotic enthusiasm.
Consul' Oenernl Ujono and tho call
ers Btood In silence out ofrcspect to
their ruler, Kmpcror Mutsuhlto. In
closing the Consul made nppropilatc
and instructive remarks to the pu
pils, advising them to become good
The cnllets, after the reception, ex
pressed themselves highly pleased
with they way they wero received
by their new Consul.
At 11 ociock me iureigiieis -
officially received In the magnlfleent
li let Court; l.t. Comdr. Stanford K.
Mobci, U. S. N.; Kugeno II. Hendry,
United Stlitcs Marshal; Hon, S. H.
IXtlnon, Hon. W. O: Smith, Alex. Und
ray, Jr., Judge Circuit Court; Oerrlt
, 1. Wilder, Jas. Wukelleld, Arthur M.
Men III, Itev. John I'sbornt;, Iludolph
1 J. Iluchly, llrlgadlor General John-
, II. Sojier, Kiancls W. Damon, Illch
,nrd I.. Ilalsey, United States Imnil-
Kintlon Servlco; A. 0. Hnwcs, Jf.,
Hon. W, II. Ilabbltt, Superintendent
I of Public Instruction; Robert low
ers, FrnnK H. Bcuuder, it. u, fliacu
r.ble, Deputy Collector of Customs;
Miss H&h Woodward, Vlggo Jncob
Min, Dr. Dorcmus Scudder, Rev. 12.
W. Thwlng, Mr, nnd Mrs. Georgo S.
Cuirle, Walter C. Wcedon, J, Morton
Hlggs. KrederlcU II, Newell, Direct-
United Statos Reclamation Serv-
llils, Dr. Victor
S. M. S,; Dr.
Katsuki, Dr. Uchldn, Dr, K. llaldu.
Dr. 11, Ojnma, Dr. T. Mltamura, -Dr,
T. Uemuiu, I), Yonekiirii, 8. KoJIma,
K. Olsuka, M. Yamashlro, K. Knwa
sakl, M. Komeya, T. Mlzawn, T. Oza-
va, and Bcverai oinors.
Tho Outilgger Club sports this
evening will ultract everybody Inter
ested In tho Wivtor camlvnl It will
not bo on tho ginnd scale first plan
ned, but tho preliminary events will
proo a drawing card. Miss Ruth
Soper has six full crews of girls who
reception loom on the second floor. I Jco. Dr n numl,ij
Among tho flist calleis were Govern- . r,' 'i,r.'rifer. II
t,,ll- ,, 11 ...! ....f L'.nnlM . .,.. - ,
Or WBHOr I. rieill tlliu ninu, i.uiu"
A. Mott-Smlth, Berretnr' of tho Tei-j
iltory, Federal and Territorial offl-l
clals. Consuls of the foreign I'owcrs,'
Unltcil States Anuy und Naval om-
lers, and a number of piomlneut cit
izens. Tho Consul and JOIcvo Consul,
received tho distinguished gueB(s In
icmanner that made everylxidy fcol
i.t homo. Thoy wcio served with ro-l
rreshmonts different from thoso
which 'weio sered In Hie Jnpaness
Hawaiian Band Present
liiroiigii i ui) ..r ., in , w .- , , , , T1
.pan of the Hoard of Surysors. UioM" wn ,(, olcctrIcllUy ,llni,nated
iia-waimu u.uui imujv.i u.u lav, ,, ,, , ,.,... ..,, w,n ,. canoos
lion. Aside fiom playing tlio Japan-
cso national unthem, which was np-
I In rluirgo of several pretty young gon
. ,l.llura Tim Intilfir iliinni, lit thn Him.
plnuded loudly, hovornl niiroiiiliit9 (,u ,, wU1 be chnrg0 r
Occidental and Oilentnl selections, ,ftme8 McCml(1c811 nnd with him nrv
were rendered. Captain Herger was i)nillll nSS- villle Schuman. Arthur
Seaside, tho dance will begin at eight
und the Monna dance begins at 9 ,
o'clock. .Mr. Kenneth Atkinson has I
charge or tho fireworks ulnl gix-nti
things can lie predicted. A path will
connect tl.u tno hotels and the f"i
rlgner Club being between, Us pai
Ions lawn can pimlilo uvula for mativ
who wUh to lew the sports. The
Castle Honk fall promoterH asked M'
lord to glu up the nfteioon spor's,
'so In defeiencc to this oul an eten
lug entertainment will bo held Thoso
Homing ticKets. will, return Hie same
or thuli 'cqoiMilciit In tiioilev to M'S
Ilawi's, Jr. Mr. AliA.imli i Ilmu, ! I
bus woiked ordenil) toi tlie pre-n'ii
tatlou of Hawaii Him .puiu .tin! fon,
mi arid Unci of wusto land he t li
ytructeil a picturesque an, I pi'i-n-slvo
club. Uverybod should go i
night ami show u public spit it inr
taking ndwmtagu of the sports ot lie
tea the trndltloiiH of the Isl.ni - .
preserved, and the oung piuplc
happyhealty mid amused.
Dr. Gentlie pussed tluough llo:i
lulu the other day and renewed his
many friendships. The following U
clipped .fi om a Sail Francisco papct:
Dr. Arnold Gentlie, mitiburncd 'o
the loots of his hair and happy In
the possession of a collection of pho
tographic ncgatlH'X made In pnits of
Japan noer visited b the profts-
hfonul globe-trottci. iinlved here ) ex
tol day on tho Japanese liner Amer
ica Mum. Ho brought homo tho
friendliest feelings for the Jnpnm-i?,
the plenties, ho wanted, and a dole
ful talc which he tells with a smlla
of the obstacles that Japanese red
tape tliiows In the wny of the man
with n camera. He mndo the trip
with threo iiiiuerns and Ills trouble
were In pioportlon,
Japan, h sns, Is crowded with
p)accKiud things which may not bo
photographed. The Mikado, his
Ircinje, or any place that has' been
honored by his presence arc among
the objects at which the photograph
er may not level his cameia. All
negatives nrW bo developed on the
spot, regardless of the difficulties In
tlio way, and the O. K. of half. juloz
en officials Is necessary before the
photograpjier miTy call-.thc picture
Dr. Gentlie did most of his trav.'l-
lng in the unbeaten paths and spent
most of his time lu northern Jup.in,
where he hobnobbed with Iluddliist
priests and was tho guest ot honor at
tho Koynean monastery.
He visited tho island o.Isa nIul
might have secured some pictures nt
tlio shrlno of tho sun' goddes, but
unfortunately tho MIUiulo wont thcia
In company with Admit al Togo and
Gctlcrni Oynma after tho wur with
Russia to thank tho goddess, and
time Unit visit cameras have been
Wlillo climbing a mountain tt all
Dr. Gentho fell and Injured his rlgl.t
hand. Three days later ho found a
Japaneso doctor who looked nt th'i
Injury, passed the remark that It wna
not very herlous, and collected lib
feo. An Hngltsh surgeon wbo treat
ed the Injury Intor said that It would
bo months heforo Geiitliu would re
cover the full uso of his hand, a
diagnosis which proved correct.
Tho fair which will bo held this af
tcrnooii at Mrs. C. M. Cooko's resl
deuce In Heretanla btreet will surelj
bring out many who have tho wellnrt
ot the Castlu Homo nt heart. Mis. '..
K. -Myers und Mrs. Frank Richardson
have been most energetic workers, nnd
tluough their efforts and those whom
thoy huo enlisted to lieip It is huh
lo have a famous success. Those In
charge of tlio different booths arc
Mrs. Arthur Wall, delicatessen table
assisted by Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Dii Itol
Mrs. II. Walerhouso, Mrs. Waltet
Wall, Miss Schaefer. Mls SI. Walker
Miss SI. Hopper. Fruit punch nnd 1cm
onnde. Sirs. Fred Damon, assisted b
tho Misses Damon. Ilargalu table, Slr&
Hayers, .Mrs. Gere and Sirs. Hop wood
Dolls. Sirs. 'Wllhud Hrowu, chntrmau
assisted by Sirs. Gartley, .Mrs. Cooke.
Sirs. Ulssel Ico cream and cako, Sirs,
Wells Peterson, abslsted by Sirs. J
A. McCnnillrsB, Mis. James Kennedy,
Sirs. J. Angus, Sirs. Whitney, Sirs,
I'lcison, Sirs. Fdwlii l'arls, .Mrs. Cirlf!
Illhs, Sllss Oilman. II. Hopper. I'lkc,
The fancy-work tublo In tho hands ot
Mis. Sliirstou Campbell proved to bo
a great success. Sho wilt be assisted
by Sirs. Forrlngton, Sirs. Uiwrejj
Stlsses Allco Cooku, SInrgaiet Castle,
The candy table, Sllss Slmlgo SlcCnml
less and tho children's clothing booth
SI ib. Fred Iiooth, Mrs. Chnrles Atheri
ton, Sirs. J. A. Johnson, Sirs. North.
Tho sudden patslng nwuy of Sirs,
Campbell-Parker has cast u gloom
over tho country find shocked her In
tlniato friends, who had no Idea of the
teilous nattird of tho operation, which
took place at tho Queen's Hospital.
Sirs. Paiker was most charitable to
everybody, and I ho Hnwnllaiis t.!ic
specially took an Inturest In. Kind
If tlicve it nny ono tlnujr that n
woman tl reads moro than another it
is a surgical operation.
AVc en s tto wit'totit fear of a
contradiction that thcro nto linn
'reds, yet, tli, iiiaiids, of operation;
ivrfoimed iii-iii viuiv n iiumr lios
jiitals wlihh ore entirely unnceos
f.ii y and many h i ve VH'en avoided ly
For jutHif of tl i-i tlatumi'iit read
tho folimviiiR li'tli-r-'.
JMn. liarliani i,.i-i, of KinRman',
Kansas, writes t" Mr. 1'inkham:'
" For eight years I sulTcrcd from tho
most ScTere form of female troubles nnd
was told tint nn operation w a my bnly
liopo of recovery. I wroti-Mrs. Vitikliain
forndvlce, nud i' ' I . I'iiikbntn'.t
VcgetiMc' "ti "i' t hai saved
my life ui' t, i i i dhiomnn."
Mi-s. AtMuii It. 11 ii.e, nf Church
Itnad, "Jloorcstown. N. .1., wiites:
"I feel it ! W duty to let pooplo
Jcnotr what Lydla K, Pinkbam's Vege
tnblo Compound has done for me. t
suffered from female trouble, nnd last
March my physician decided that nn
operation was necessary. Sty husband
objected, and urged "mo to try I,ydla
12. PlnTkbnm's Vegetnblo Compound,
and to-day 1 4m well and strong."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For tliitly years I.ydia K. l'iuk
hnnt'.s Vi'KOtalilo Comiiound, mndo
from rootu and hcrhi, has been tho
stnndaul remedy for f nlo ills,
nnd has poitlvfly cured isandsof
women who nave iiccn 1 1 uiiieu witn
llhroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pain'!, und backache."
31 rs. riiiuliiim Iiiltcs nil Mclc
women t wrllu Itrr for nil Ice.
Klu; litis KUidc-d tlii)iiiinds to
UvaUIi.' Addre&s, Lyuu, "Miiss.
ht' i i'
afterwards complimented by tho Con
Afternoon "Recreation ,
The 'afternoon was spent in ntu
letlc sports. The parks wero throng
ed with adults and children. The
latter in their beautiful Jupaucso ki
monos attracted much attention.
Oilman. Roynold McOrcw, Alan Ren
ton, Herbert llorg, Ted Cooper, Vern
on Tcnney, Duster Stacker, Carter
! Onlt, Alexander Anderson, W. Ouder-
kirk. Ward Walker, Harry Shlpman
mid Sydney Jenkins.
Tho danco at tlio Muana, for adults
only thoso under sixteen will bo al-
Grand Banquet 1 1,'w'-''l ,0 "anro at tho heasldo is 111
in tlio evening consul uununil Cliaigu tu .nennis, jmuun imiul-i, niiiu-
Uyeno guvo a grand banquot.to 400 glo, A. I. C. Atkinson. Georgo Angus,
Invited cuests Including a number ot William Williamson, ur. coiiins, ur.
Indies, it was given on tlio third . lliimphrls and Dr, Hodslns. Al tho
" ------ w ,
con at tho pup dtii 1! '1 mi Imiol, li
was In honor of Sli. Nim-II. who
Ihoroughly enjow-d tin- mvil ixikiII
tlon Aiming the i-itestK fi- lov
crnur and Mrs. Frear Hull guest, tho
clinrtnlng MIbs Wondwinl. Ml. and
Slrtt. Wit-don. Sllss Iiinily (lonhm mrl
Sir. and .Mrs. Klobihn, who arc IIt
Ing at Wniklkl for a few rl-k, gavi
n dellghtfiil danco nu Wednemlny in
honor of Sir. nnd Mrs Hut;i'iii . Aim.
Ilagens, who Is ury liandsfltfio, IqriKed
partlciilaily well and wnt4, a -ory
fetching tolletlo pf wl(llt. Sirs, ltl,
balm was the hostess of n lunr-qvat
on Filday and her gu--i.s luclml!
Mrs. Andrew Fuller. Mr I'lilll-i An
drews. Slls. ('huiicit Wlitln. Mr". IU;
illek. tho .Misses Walker, allss lfuld.i
Ah xaudcr. I
Thumd.iy nfternqonii tltp band gen
crall plays at Fort Shuftei- and tbo
lawn Is lilted with carriages and Illin
ois. Tea M'noil On tho Iannis of 4tm'
comfortable houses Is uuilo iifoaluro
(f tho uftciuoou. Mis. W'lidhains. (ho
atlractho wlfu of tho doctor. I'M'ftota
her mother. Sirs. Atkins, very stiu.
Phe will spend tho ulii.-r huro. Mrs.
Atkins Is well kiicmn hcri'. lmvln;;
been nt tlio Iliiwallin hotel for wv
cral mouths, , , '
Dr, nnd Sirs. C. . Kltcltcuck nnd
family, who nirl'icl li the Siberia,
will soon occupy lho n-nldeuen of Mr.
.Mabel Wing Cnstle 'liirCollcgo Hills.
Thej nro now tho guests or Pi of. :intl
Sim. Udgar Wood. Dr lJHMii"!icl ill
a noted geologlht aiul Im. lather witi
picsldent ot Apihirst tolkga. ,A
A pretty llttlo d. .m wns glon at
"The DliiBle".by S'.i. and Sirs. Gooftto
DaIes Inst ovenlng In honor of Mr.
a-id.SliH. Uiwtoil-llralii, .Mr. pud, SIik.
Mtiutagu6 Cooke, Slls OcHMIIiVp Wul
lirlclgi' ulnl Doctor Vb ljr ' Colling.
Feins t'njr- I ,(-.ili 'ibinicd the ex-
qlilfcileVVippiiliiiid iiileN '
.Mint (fcuirgetoi Munffiloy. the ptot- '
t young guest of Sllss Helen North, 1
sailed with iiuch leret lo.her homo
In Han Francis o. Slie litfld a legulvr '
reception on tint deck und her blnte
loom In' tho -f.urlliio was frugrau't ,
with tho gifts of fi lends. I t
A ctimplcto line of now nouds," In
cluding "Tho Drn's Rule,' by Marlon
Crawfpnl; "Tho Testing of Dlmnouil
Slally,' by lrs. Wind; "A Spirit In
with good Judgment and n firm will, PrUou" by Robert lliitcbltir can Ai
sho wleldid ii power which was felt
throughout tho Islands. Her filends
nro many, and tho tributes of respect
nnd lovo which hao been received
nt-tliu Rmtna street resldeneo testify
to tho gentleness of her nature, nnd
to that genoroslly which was nlwajs
mi opcn-henrled towuid tho needy niul
Sir. and Mrs. 11. P. Dillliishnm gave
a most enjojablo party on Filday In
their tulvato car.tnk uir miltn n line-.
number i friends lo IbU tho sugar
found at tho Itnw.ijluu NijWi. Co.
, . , , ,,
I.lyut. Pardee of l-'ort-Shafler la or.
peeled to urrlto In iho Sheildnn.
Idoiit. IMnK-a Is u great fawirltu In
clicles social nml ,1ms bwn imieh
missed dining his sojourn at tlio
Commander" Harry S. Knapp of tho
Charleston Is busily ougagod lu rone-.
Ing old acquaintance. Thi- Charles.
ton Is well kumvn lu Honolulu,
plantation, and ending with a lunch- Additional Society NcV6 on rnrjc 3
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