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CVEKINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATiriDAY. NOV. II, 1008.
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TIIR IHNKI which Mr. iiml 'Slhipou. Dciu oiiuhs Potter, Mrs. 12.
Mis o Smith gave on Trl-'Kopke. Miss Lailil, Mrs llownrd
(laj i.i IM irk was In lionor Hitchcock, Mrs l)uglas, Mrs, lehlcr,
H i,I mk ilnllniln Sehnefer. Mrs Ahdicw Puller, Mis. Itobcrt
J M mi ..I i .iillc. Miss Julio Low ims, .Mih Crabbe, Mm. Lawrence,
It ii i .ml Mr Hiuol.l CJir- Mm. T J. KIiik
fHril, win i . .i i imii lo be marrloil. I In Cienni Tiililo - Mrs. Charles
Slip.. I. ih i I.i i. hiicfor woro n pink Ihiotli, i Ii.iIi iikui, Mih. Caroline
Ihiiiii, hi link ii In Dlroctolre Clark; Mrs SilmiMt, Mm. (1, i. U.
whiih ., i'in-t hc-cimilng, unit MIai rung.
J, in, Ii nun. tat-l nnd elegant. C.indv Table Miss Margaret 'Cat-
vtjs in i i i tf white frock Jllw n, tlialrnian; Mrs. Illlstn, Mr.
Damons d,llnR.ilay Is net for No- Klngsbiir, Mm. James Jndd.
Vi labor JTIh nnd they will reside In Advertising Commllteu Mrs. Wnl-
Kteuiiiiiokii stiwt directly opposite ter Coombs, ilialrman; Mrs. Tom
the liltT.iid inanHlon. The Sihaefei- Sharp. Mm II Thuver, Miss
Castle mairlnge will occur Dei ember
Sill, thus giving time for l'liifcMsnr
nnd Mrs Will Castle of Itnstou lo if
rive In time for the Interesting ceie
twvoy wlileli will unite the piugen
(if two pioinlnent Island ramllles In
the holy bonds of inutiliiioin. Mrs.
M'nodV pi ell v 11(11, bungalow on
Thurston avenue will lie Hie resi
dence pio I, 'Hi of the lalter (otiple.
lloth Miss Damon and Miss Schuofer
hre d"HPivodl isipular as well nl
charming addition to the vnungcr
The Hawaii in Hotel will lie. thu
ECono of .1 Harvest Festival on Nil
Veinbor ?lih. the ladles of St. An
drew's C'lllil having It In ihuigo.
One can get tlu-lr Thanksgiving din
ner at the di lliatessiiii tablo nnd nil
the drill uiiei which accompany bucIi
n deled ible feast. At tlin fancy
work table ninny in Miles for chil
dren will be iiultti a feature, and
thert also will be seen many novel
ties, side-shows nnd fancy attrac
tions, ifltidy, Ico (ream, u tea table,
nnd o children's entcitalutileiit will
nil help to swell the fund for thn
good object for which the (lulld is
bo Industriously winking The fol
lowing list comprising those who
(Icneral Chairman of the Hardest
Home Festival .Mm C M. Conke, Jr.
(lonoral Tre.isuiei - II M. ou
Pancy Table Mrs Arthur Wall,
chairman; Mrs. P A S.ijlur, Mrs. T.
' (1. Wall, Mm J P. llow.itt. Mis. J.
(! Lorcnzen, Mrs C. M. V. Porster,
Mrs. W A Wall. Mm CIIIToid Klm
li.ill, Mis i: 1) Tenney. Mrs. .1. Me
lanpliy. Mis An hie Young. Mrs.
Ucllcateskcn Table- Mrs. II. M.
Mm Holt, (halruiau; Mrs, 12. T.
Tho exhausting lieut of the Sum
mer weather muses untold suffering
nnd misery to thousands of men,
women, and children Deaths occur
on nil sides from diarrhoea, djsen
tcry, chills, cholera morbus, tvphoid
and other fevers, due in a ureal num
ber of cases to Impure' water nnd
tho consumption of unilpo fruits by
those whose s stems and stomachs
ere. not In n healthy condition.
Tho mnnv Ills that (ome during
tlio hot, sultry weathei can be avoid
ed by ketplne the body slicing au 1
healthy with I)uff s Pine .Malt
Whiskey, the j;reat bod-bulldei
If all wore 'more careful to keep
tho system in a vigorous, health v
condition the perms of these diseases
could not obtain a foothold. Lead
ing doctors ngioo that Duffy's Puro
Malt Whlnke has no equal as a de
stroyer of poisonous Kcrms in tho
liody. It Is Indnrtcd b fieri;) men
of ovory faith, nurees, and doctors of
nil m Iiools, as a positive iuru for
dyspepsia, IndlKcstlon, iumkius pios
trntlon, all diseases of the tin out and
lunRs, ecr form of Mriuuuh tiou
lilo; mahirla. chills. feNer, and all
run-down weakened, diseased (ondl
tious (if thu body, hula, and muselo.
It Is a heart Ionic, blood purifier, nnd
promoter of health and Ioiik life;
jiniKes the old halo and heart) ; the
young jiYlfforoua and stioui;.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is an
absolutely piuo distillation of malted
Kialu; ureal cnio beinR um.1 to hnu
nvuiy kernel thoroughly mulled, thus
deatroyliiK thn genu and producing a
jireUlgested llciuld food In thu form
of a malt essence, which Is the most
effect ho tonic btlmulnnt nnd IuIk
orator known to sclenco; boftcned by
vnimth and nioUdiio Its palalahlllty
nml frcodnm finm tujuilous bull
Htanccs leader It so that It can bo re
tnlncd b the most ccnsltlvu htom
If weal: nud run down, take n tea'
ppoonful Tout I linos a day In half a
Klass of milk or water.
Duffy's Pure Mult Whiskey Is sold
IhrouRhont tho woild by dniBBlsts,
Kroccis, and dealeis, or bhlpped II-
icct for $1.00 per bottle.
If In need of h'ice, write Cotl
wiltlilB Physician iniTy Ttnlt Whls
'jtey Coaiii'inv, Hnchister, Now Voik,
stntlliK )'tur .ue full) Our doctors
will send )OU nch Ice tiee together
with n handbome lllustiated, medi
cal hoo!(!et (OiitalnliiR bonie of tho
jnaiiy thousands of Bi.tlifjlni; let
ters iccelved fiom men nnd women In
all walks of life, both old and )oung,
who lmva henn cured and benefited
!)) the, tir.0 of the World's greatest
Decorating Committee Mrs. 12. I).
Tonne), chairman; Miss tringnrd
Schaefer, Miss Soplilu Itycroft,
On Monday, from 11 until 2, at
the llilllsh Consulate, on King
stieet. Consul llalph (1 15. Korstcr
kept open house In honor of King
Hdward'H birthday, and ho was as
nlsled by the Vice Consul, Mr. George
Dales. The guests enmo early and
a most brilliant company assembled
miller thu hosdtnble loof, which has
boon' the scene of many festive oc
casions The Consular Corps was
well represented nud Captain Corwln
Kees and Lieut. C'unulr. Moses, look
ing very Imposing in their uniforms.
added color nnd splendor to tho gay
and busy throng (locrnor Prear mid
prominent citizens of the Territory
called and Captain llerger's fine
band pl.i)ed In 'the garden, llnlnhlns
with "(Tod S.ie the King." Mr.
Porster. who alwa)s does the cour
teous thing, piesented Captain llcr
ger to Ms guests, and after the toast
lo the King had been responded to,
tho (ieruinu Pmperor was proposed
and his health drunk. Champagne
Mowed like water and the delicious
sandwiches, leei, nnd cakes disap
peared llku magic. Dlghty-slx
guests were entertained, for Mr
Porster hns made many friends and
Is a groat favorite, and his house Is
nlw.i)s a delightful one lo go to. A
pretty llttlo scene was enacted nt
Kmma Square on Monday night. Af
ter Captain llerger's hand had tin
Ished their regular concert, they
pin) eel "(iod Save the King," nnd
.Mr. Porster, In n short, eloquent
bpoech, thanked him for the respect
bhowu the natal day of Ills Majesty.
"Woodlawn," the picturesque roi
Idenco of Mr and Mrs. II. P. Dilling
ham, was tho scene on Monday even
ing of a very pretty dinner given In
lionor of Mr. and Mrs. Newell. The
guests were sealed at two tables.
Mrs Dillingham presiding nt one
and Mr. Dillingham doing the hon
ors at the other, "llleodlng- heart."
made a most effective decoration, tho
cilmson blossoms looking well against
the green leaves nnd follngo, and tho
irlmton light from the softly shad
ed candles tasting n limit pleasing
radiance over the wcll-m ,,olnted ta
ble. After dinner, Mrs. Tenney Peel:
sang beautifully, tho full, rich notes
seeming nlvrnjg to express tho mean
ing of the soul, and Mrs. Dilling
ham showed her wonderful paintings
of native llsh, which she did several
)enrn ago from life. Tho guests
asked (o meet tho Ncwells Included
Governor nnd Mrs. Walter Prear, Mr.
and Mrs. Alonzo Onrtloy, Mr. and
Mrs. Tenney Peck, Judge nnd Mrs.
Sidney Italian, Mrs. Hllen Weaver.
Mrs. Unhani, Judge Hartwcll, Mr.
Tho Music Club had a very delight
ful morning on Wednesday nnd Mrs.
S (i. Wilder mailo a chauning hos
tess. It was a MacDowcll program
consisting of thp following numbers:
Paper Miss Stevens
"Autumn" Mrs. Peck
"The Uohln Sings In tho Apple
Tree" "Midsummer Lullaby"
'In tho Woods". .Miss Restarlck
"Witches' Danco". .Mrs. S. O. Wilder
Tlneo numbers from Now Hngland
Id) Us Miss Claik
Prom an old Garden: a "Tho Clov
er"; b "Tho Dais)"; c "Tho
llluebell" Mm. C. II. Cooper
' Itlgaudon"; "Molto Allegro" from
Sonata Trnglcu; "Kllln Danco"
Tho engagement of Miss Klklns Is
attracting so much universal attention
that tho following is of great Interest;
Klklns, W. Vu., Oct. 25. In tho
event of an early fall marrlugo for
Miss Katho.rlno Klklns to tho Duke of
Abruzzl, It wlI ho colebrated In Wash
ington, nnd not hero, as has been re
ported. Servants of tho Klklns household
will lenvo hero tomorrow to open thp
Washington home. Tho family will
closo their country homo hero tho lat
ter part () I next week und return to
Mrs. Klklns practically confirmed
tho engagement of her daughter to tho
duke today. When asked when tho
wedding would tnku plnco Mrs. El
kins, her face, radiant with bocjln) trl
"Heally, )ou mutt hnvo patience
and wait a llttlo longer for that Itifor
matlon, for wo do hot know ourselves.
Wo nro simply avvaltlug develop-
Humors of parental objection In tho
fuiclgn alllanco for their daughter be-
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT of the very West Novelties in all
styles and colors. They will Interest you, for they nrc marked at
- CREPE and CHIFFON SQUARE VEILS, hemstitched, in all the fash
ionable colors, at 75 $1.25 and $1.50.
THE NEW DOUBLE VEIL, in combination colors. The very latest
and most stylish $2.25.
CHENILLE DOTTED CHIFFON VEILS, hemstitched' cry new. In
all the leading colors, $1.75 each.
The new SCARF VEIL the very latest, with S.itm bolder nearly
three yds. long, in new colorings, at $3.50 each.
The new TRIANGLE VEIL with Chenille dots, very new.
COLORED TUXEDO VEILIN0 with Chenille dols, ftom 25 per
MAGPIE VE1LIN0S in pretty effects, 35 yd. and upw.
CHIFFON AND CREPE CHIFFON VEILINGS in nil colors, at 50
and G0 yd.
SPOTTED CHANTILLY VEILING in double width A very stylish
and becoming veiling, at $1.25 yd.
PRINCESS GOWNS. These are distinctively Exclusive cieations.
expressing a decided character and a refined elegance that are attained
only by masters of the art of designing models.
PRINCESS GOWNS made of fine sheer materials, trimmed with Vu
lenciennes Lace and Applique, some with fine Embroidery. Very pret
ty effects from $15.00 upw.
PRINCESS GOWNS made of fine net, trimmed with Valenciennes
Lace and Grecian Applique. A very stunning effect.
PRINCESS GOWNS made of sheer materials prettily trimmed with
Valenciennes Lace and combinations . of light blue, pink, champagne, and
lavender lace. $15.00 upw.
elegantly dressed, now
on display in our Show
Window, will be
In Great Variety. A Striking Display
IT IS NONE TOO SOON to plan pretty things for Holiday Gifts, and
you will find in, our Art Department (he choicest assortment of fash
ionable novelties that we have htd for jcars. Many new suggestions
i .nr.w Asau in injure l : iir.,w liibAs; aiumcinu Lrrcuio.
PRETTY TINTED PILLOW TOPS .SCRIM CUSHION TOPS
Already Lmbrotdercd, new, SM)
New designs, fiom !15,k upw.
TAPESTRY PILLOW TOPS
New fiirmes, pretty coloiings,
fiom 35f upw.
HOLSTEIN CUSHION TOPS
Embroidered on linen in pretty
designs, all finished, $1.25.
LITHOGRAPH PILLOW TOPS
In various designs, K5b each.
In all colors.
LAZY DAISY CUSHION TOPS
Stumped on new niatcnals, in
pKtty patterns, J5$.
Very pretty and novel designs,
ni UO( each.
REPOUSSE SHOPPING BAGS
New and hand.cmbroidcrcd,
NEW STYLE COAT HANGERS
In delicate shades.
The laigcr doll will
be given to the child
receiving the greatest
number of votes, and
the other to the child
receiving the next
A voting coupon will
be riven with every
INFANTS' PILLOW SLIPS
with embroideied scalloped edge
and dtawn woik, S5 each.
Hand embroidered, elegant designs.
A new kind, with cmbioidered
scalloped edge nnd diawn work,
In all delicate shades, 50l.
nEPOUSSE WORK BAGS
In all delicate shades, 50.
HAND EMBROIDERED PILLOW
BAGS. Elegant designs.
STAMPED CENTERS, DOYLIES.
In nil sizes', new designs, in sol
id nnd eyelet woik.
STAMPED REPOUSSE CENTERS
In pretty designs,
Night Gowns, Corset Covers,
CI emisc, Waist Patterns.
Eutiicly new assortment in latest dc&igns, stamped on the finest
linens or nainsooks.
SHOP BY MAIL
Out of town custom
ers receive every at
tention. Orders execu
ted with care and
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
of shopping nt
IIW SACHS -W2
All cars pass or
transfer to our doois.
cause of her ndojdlng tho Catholic re
liitlnn ha"u been dissipated by .Miss
Hiking' practlc.1l withdrawal from the
l'rcsbyterlsiti church heie, which she
had attended since a child nnd which
her grandfather built. It is rumored
hnt Mrs. Klklns will entertain Car
dinal Olbbons hero next week. He Is
en old friend of the family and. with
many fi lends of theirs among the
Catholic clergy, has been the guest
of thu family here every season.
Dr. and Mrs. George Herbert gave a
very liiteiestlug dinner for Ur. Cofor
on Tuesday evening, tho decorations
being most cinbnrhta and very artistic.
Asparagus ferns wore festooned from
the chandelier to tho tablo and a bas
ket of doiiblo jellow chrysanthemums
woro seen to advantngu in tho center,
A lighter simile of jellow In tho form
ol a flowering shrub mndo n cherin
Ing effect amid tho (lowers, nnd the
beautiful asparagus foms showed to
advantage. Dr. Cofer wns the life of
ho party and many brilliant tales nnd
stories woro listened to from IiIb
ieady tongue, Tho guests Included
Mr, ami Mrs. .Mott-Smlth. Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Cooper, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdtvnrd
Tenney, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kreil Mncfar
lane. Miss Murgarct Walker.
The many friends of Mrs. James
Castle lire glad lo hear that her
health has much Impiovcd Since her
sojourn nt tho Volcano House. On
Tuesday there were many callers
at "Kalnnlu," who were delighted to
see the fair chatelaine again, Mis.
Allan White was also tecelvlng, nud
the exquisite roses with which the
salon Ib nlvvays filled made tho rooms
fragrant. Mrs. Castle expects to re
turn to "The Duties" after a little
On Monday, Mr. and Mrs. I'rnncls
M, Swanzy wero ploasantly engaged
leeching tho congratulations of thulr
friends, accompanied by beautiful bas
kets of roses and cut flowers, tho ren
sou being the 2lst niihlversary of their
murr'lttgo. In thn evening u dinner
was given for a dual oVelit. tho re
gretted departiire of I)r. Cofer, and
for Ibo nnnlVerBnry'. CoverH were laid
for elghtocn around tho roso bedocked
tnblo. In tho center of which was a
Jardcnlcro of exquisite loses, smaller
vases being placed nt Intervals filled
with tho fragt ant blossoms, and tall
silver candlesticks, shaded In lose col
oied silk, making n delightful effect
l.lmerTckB attached to each guest card
caused much merriment throughout
IhO 'dinner and tho sentiment of tho
original poem written by Captain Ilees
and dedicated t" tho "House of Swan
zy," wero much appreciated ' by tho
host and hostess ns welf as their
guests. Mrs, Swanzy looked very
handsoma In a rich white satin flock,
her ornaments being pearls and ilia
mondf. Among thu guests wero Cap
tain and Mis. Ileos, Dr. and Mrs.
l.aiiRhorno, Mr and Mis, (leorgo
Dnvles, Mr. and Mih. S. 0. Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. Hiiiest Molt Suiiui, Mrs.
"hlllp Andrews, Mr. A. I-. C. Atkln
ion, Mr. "nrrj .Macfarlane Mr. .Innici
Wilder. Dr. Cofer was as billllaut
and ummdng as ever ami seemed to
regret his departure Into tho now
worlds which he will bo sine to con
Curds hnvo been received ns fol
lows:' lleniy 1'erdvnl lleiisoii-Car-liiou
Vlda Iloyd. Married. Monday,
October the twenly-slxtli, one thn.i
(.nnil nine hunched und eight. Iteuo,
Joseph Moses, Mis. Hold, and
Mrs. Sidney llallou expect to sail on
the trniiBpoil Cioolie. Mih. Moses
has been unite extensively ontertnln
id, nnd Mis Kield, who Is visllng
the I'rntlH at College Hills. Is lending
u stie minus life as far a things No
dal aie concerned. Mis. Sidney 11a'
lou will be lunch missed, for she
has added ninth to tho social Ufa
und her dluneis, teas, and leceptlons
are alwajs gic.it successes. She wilt
take the two (hlldicu along nud Iki
gone about four or Ilvu months.
Captain nud Mis. Kees gave an In
formal dinner on Satiud.iy evening
in honor of Commander Kuapp of
the Chin Icston and Mrs. llphaui.
Then, weio no huge cntcrtulnmcnU
given on thu Clint Icston, but little
leas and dlnnciH weie iulle popu
lar. On Tuesday evening thu Cap
tain gave u veiy cnjovahlc dinner
and his Invited guests Include! Cap
tain and Mih. Itces, Mis. lTpham, Mis,
I'hlllti Audiuws. Captain and Mih
I Motes, Mis Moses. There was iiIko
ja luncheon the b.uue day In thu wanl-
Mr. nud Mis H. M. Walsnu will
be thu host mid hostess of a Unit tiling
dinner on Tluiisday evening. Yellow
chtVKunthfimiUH of Die double vaib'
ty mtlhlli'ally adoiued llin table The
BY F R A ELBERTUS
Every employe pays for super
intendence and inspection.
Some pay more and some less.
That is to say, a dollar-a-day
man would receive two dollars
a day were it not for the fact
that some one has to think for
him, look after him, and sup
ply the will that holds him to
h's ts'k. The result is that he
contributes to the support of
those who superintend him.
Make n- mistake about this:
incompetence and disinclina
tion require supervision, and
they pay for it and no one else
does. The less you require
looking after the more able
you are to stand alone and
complete your tasks, the gi cat
er your reward. Then, if you
can not only do your woik,
but direct intelligently and ef
fectively the effort of others,
vour reward ts in exnet ratio.
and the more people you can direct, and the higher the intelligence you
can rightly hnd, the more valuable is vour life. The law of wages is as
sure and exact in its workings as the Law of the Standard of Life. You
can go to the very top, and take Edhon, for instance, who sets a vast
army at work and wins not only deathless fame, but alortune beyond the
dreams of avarice. And going down the scale, you can find men who
Will not work for themselves ahd no one can make them work, and so
their lives are worth nothinc, and they are a tax and a burden on the com
munity. Do your work so well that it will lejuirc no supervision, and by
doing your own thinking you will save the expense of hiring some one to
mum iur you.
fflp iy ,j'JPMS'jET ' U I
Copyright, 1008, by Ulhert Hubbard
guests Included Captain and Mis.
Wadhams of Port Shatter, Mr. ilnd
Mrs. Clinton llnlcntvuc, Judge mil
Airs. Seldoii Klugshui). ltildge vmih
thu amusement of thu evening.
Commander Knapp of the L'licj-
eiine, formeil) tho Wyoming, will be,
with his delightful wife, u gieat ml
ditloii In tho society set. The C'hey
eiiuu will be thu Matlon ship and
may be epectud lo arrive at any
time. Conimnuder Kuapp has many
Irlenda heru who will be glad to wel
come him to the hospitable hIiiiich of
Mr. I.eallo Scott will sail In the
Mongolia for u well-clcseived vaei
tlou. lie has uot been away for
thirteen euiH. Miss Million Sjuti
will not letmii us nam us was i -lecteil,
but will lemaln In Caliroiuii
For hevei.il months. Mr. und Mia.
Itlch.ud Iveis and their ninthci
Mia. Iveis are expected to leluiu
Mr. nnd Idra. S. (1. Wilder givo n
lluner on 1'rld.iy last lu honor of Mit,.
Philip Andrews, who has been mi
vlued and dined slneo her nitlvul here.
mass of fealheiy gieeus mado I ho
able lovely and thu guests included
Or. nud Mrs. lamest Waterhout,u, Miss
Ma'gaiet Walkei Mr. Gum go roller,
Mr. Annulling, Dr. Cofer.
On Tuesday evening Mr, nud Mis.
Mount (laitley unlei tallied nt dinner
n honor of thu NuwcllH. Tho coin.'
(heme was pink, und carnations In
(injunction with maidenhair mudc
in effective) dccoiutlon. Tho gueslH
ihI.ciI to meet thu Ncwells went Cov
nuor und Mis. Waller 1'iear and
iplaln nud Mis, ltees.
Among tho anlvals In the China
.vein Madame l'iiue ami Millie,
lias, an aunt and sister of Mis
'talph roister, who will spend thu
viator nt thu Consulate. Miss lle
Itrlcu llohtswoith, who tiaveled Willi
ladam Fibine, was also u i chiming
j.ibhcngcr after two jc.iih nt school
'u I'm Is.
I. lent. Winteis and family havo
'aken Hie Mm fill lane cottage at the
leasldo Hotel until their house Is
milt They me a guat addition to
Civil Hiigluecr I'aiks and Mis.
'aiks gavo u piett) llttlo dinner nt
ho Young Hotel on Wednesday evon-
'ng In he i of Captain und Mih.
Mobes and Mis. Joseph Mosen.
Mis. Krncst Walei house's llltlu
daughter, Amy, who has beuu so III
with pneumonia, Is klovvly hut suie
Mi and Mis. I'.iton, so well Known
lime, mil) I el u in to Honolulu, via
Auslialla, whole they me to spend
a few mouths this winter.
A piett.v Mower lunch p.uty was
given In honor of Miss Itobeithou
mid Miss (iiaic, IlohciUou on bond
the Chin lesion on Tuesday.
Mr. nud Mih. Albeit Wilms mi
nniiuio the engagement of thelr
daiighler Ketl.el to Cavloid l'.ilkn
Miss Itobeitsou wiiH hostcbS nl .1
dinner p.uty 1'ilday evening In honor
of n few fi lends fiom thu Shuiidan,
Mis Unity Mni'failauo, Jr., Is vlrll
lug at Ahulmauu llaiich for a f(,,v
Mr and Mih. t.vous expect lo Hall
for Maul this week
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