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Once Upon a Time
there was a Man of Intellect who was
extremely Absent-Minded. He would
forget liis Meals to Devour a Treatise
upon the Omniscience of the Subjec
tive. Early in Life his Mind secured a
Divorce from his Body, and Demanded
as Alimony two-thirds of the Blood
Supply; and his Expanding Dome soon
Resembled a Pumpkin upon a bending
When he could no longer Support
it, he was Ouite Distressed, and went
to a Doctor. The Doctor said, "You
are not Really a Man. Practice Calis
thenics with Lead Pencils till you work
up an Imitation Appetite, and the'n
Help it Some with a Glass of P r i m o
Now the Man was so Good that
it hurt; he would ribt Allow his Chil
dren to play Authors because it 'was a
Card Game, and put .a Barton all r!he
Unholy Modern Amusements' because
he had never done Such Things when
He was a Bov. When the Doctor
said "Beer," he threw up his Hands
in Holy Horror and Passed Away.
Moral : Some people are Too
Good others are good, too.
Assorted Chocolates 2, J, and J -2 lb boxes
Chocolate Chips ?
J Chewing Chocolates
Bitter Sweets Reception Chocolates Cremo Chocolates
J. M. LEVY & CO.
U 4 Familv Grocers
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"The Miser's Will," McCnndlcss, Vernon Tcnm Charles
A Kindergarten Benefit Iircnhani, Ward Walker Onri i il:iit
Tlic operetta Is to be glxen for tlio William Alcxonilr, DcWIlt A ix ud t
kindergartens maintained b) the Free Douglas llnldniu, Krnem ll.i vmii
Kindergarten nnd Clilldion's AM As- August Rehaofcr, Kenneth Itei-I u I
relation of Honolulu This organl- CliiMav llallvntyim Malrolm T ilt
zntlon also has charge of the Casllo lvnn Oraliatn. Alan ltnilim lii-il
Homo for Children up Manna Valley Morgan, Herbert He. Oswald Stum
in the beautiful home of the late " Ita,l'h airdler, Ornisted Atwnt- r
Mis. Mary Castle. While the cenenl '"rnncls McStockcr, lteyhold McO
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on our Easy-Payment plan.
BEItaSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Id.
"Bee" Brand Tea
IN LITTLE GUNNY SACKS.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
If water rusts iron, what will it do
to a man's stomachej The
WILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE.
olllceri nio the same for both tho
llnmo and tho Kindergartens, each
has Its own financial secretary, and
the funds arc' kept t-cparate. Mrs.
'A. K. MjctH Is tho financial secretary
for the Kindergartens ami Mrs. l-
E. Hlchardson ,for the Castle Home.
The Castle Kindergarten Is a sep
arate institution mid Is supported
entirely hj; the Castle Kstate.
1'lin lilhlHlllInn f.tltl..,. I. .....-
.... iu.iinvo '"h "I"--'-, first 11H70
elta" 111 ihnrun nrn Mrs Z K Mli.M.1' ,lrUP'
Mis. Wrtghtson of Port Shutter
was the charming hostess of a bridge
tea on Thursday nfternoon. Tho
guests were Invited qulto early, mi
the) ioiiIiI listen to Captain JIcrRer's
I band, which plaxs always on that nf-
j tcrnoon at the Tort. After listening
to the brilliant tniislc for a whIK
bridge tables were set up and tho
i Dink silk sewing bag.
una in t uaruo arc. irs .. i. iiiieis. . . . ... ,,
Mrs. KlnRsbnry. Mrs Allan While, 'T, 7 ' MrB' W"is ilio
M M nMitl.T. mi.. ni..u,,ti uool I,rl'- "!' nml sailcer. belnc
: v;. .: v.-"' - ,;:. i
iniii. .ti hh rraiiccs j u ii'nrr.
"The Ml9r Milt
ll Mmi fin rroll 'l nv
i i ,.,.,' ,. ,. ..eluded Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. Mc
o niio. Mitirtni'l"? K'-?"- ""
1 U.lll.llili. .ll IVillKlUipil, .ir, l'l-
ty, Mrs. I'aiFons, Mrs. Moses (2),
Mrs, Corwln Itees, Mrs. Philip An
drews, Mrs. Morton HJkks. Mrs. '
Klcltl, Mrs. Uphnm. Mrs, Arthur Wall
Mrs. HornbcrKcr, Mrs. Puller, Mhs
Hardaway. , , '
The, luncheon which Mrs. Allan
l. M-- ,K.IU... , ,..!.. t
MIm Prances I.awienee. .. "" . "' -" - """'". ' ""l, "
wrlllen imii nn wprni uini-upuiui;
rlrrnMtn.i.. ...l I.M.... "'""'" Miw. inn bu III'
.....w.b ,.u,..n .....i i....... ..,.. m,
n. iivur) iiuyvn; i
years ,tko most successfully. Mrs.
Lewis will como down next .week to
add the finishing touches nnd direct
It herself. In tho meant lino the re
hearsals aro In the ablo hands ot
Mrs. Allan White, Mrs. Tenncy Peck,
Mrs. McOlnllan, tho nmimltteo and
tho chaporones. The plot of ."The
Mi...--.. Mm., i.. i,.i ... .,..,--. -.it "' """
,, ' " '""" '" ""' ''"'"tllottomley save on Wednesday was a
the scene will bo a very efTectlvo back . vieamni nir,r -,, tlle ,.
..... ... -mini., ira irvi; .inn ,. .,,... .v,lrll . . .,,,
nil the windows were erv ranch en-'
NOBLE' GEORGE FIL5lER
Past Potentate of Islam Temple. A. A. 0. N. M. S of San Franchco
a big Dutch windmill. The time is
air," Hans sas
When through tho Joyc(li Th .UM wer. M HeJj
"great bands of an-
Mrs. It. J. Pratt, Mrs. Will Sopcr, '
teriif the Kxpcrimcnl Ht.ttlon design. ,.
il:e me'iii mid Mr. Itnjal Mead g'l"
ury nlirilili' simgestlnn .'. r. Jun.. -Wilder
was the star pl.iir. ns wull a.
.1... ...!... n...l .....In ..... ...... ....!...
When In their stalls tho adoring' ? " ?.amm- l"' """ ' 1Vr8 "" ! throughout the eU-M-r skit. Tl,.. , were
rntll !,. I .',lrt """ ,r-8- '"H.oni.cy iU8q en.er- . . .
...... ..... . . ..'talncd at dinner oh Tuesday cvcnliiR
, When in this forest gracious elt , ,,,. f Mr ,, Mr8 Ar,hur
"n..,.'a . -. ... '. "crR. Mr. and .Mrs. Lew ton llraln.
Come to strew blessings on each . ,sn( ,, Mri jnra,pson. Tll0
mortals wii. table decorations of jellow wero most
The wlckeil little Rnomcs glvo .,. .,
.l.nlt. I.I.....I... ... n .... .. .'. ..C.V..
niv. iiiviiiH) in n bluiumiuu bUUK
"We are tho gnomes,
The creeping gnomes
That live In tho Miser's Mill:
KyU and pain wo grind as grain
Working his wicked will;
Deep in tho mould wo guard his
And work his wicked will."
Hoy Hush as tho first. eiiouio and
Maurice Malanthe as second gnoim
A magnificent banquet was given at
the Alexander Young hotel by tho Ha
waiian Sugar Planters' Association on
Ihursdny evening, It being the twenty-eighth
anniversary. Wholo bannnr.
plants, with the fruit clinging to the
rtalk, asparagus ferns festooned from
tho middle of tho chandelier In the
corners of the room produced a charm'
lug effect, and tho brilliant blossoms
nlso a Upanlsh m-iudolln pl.ii.i' Jap
aneso wrestlers, n negro rtitfllpitst
nnd much music. It .as u gloilotis o. -rnslnn
and tho uutertnlntri'iit mt it
iimiislng nnd leplelu with toc.n pukes
on types of men, most of vl-inn we-e
present mid enjuved the fun us much
ns tho actors. Chef Itlsteli gn-j n !"
Ilclous and well.pruparcd menu. Tin-
Teclinolonj turn nun in HiwU- n
N'ewull Is n grjdil He of tho cUft '"
'85 and man pleasant ro.uluUcauco
were Indulged in during the dinner. A
M)clit was ttiimi'd nnd many excel
lent U'solutlons made in Its connrv'
.lion. Tho gui-slK lneludcd .Mesri "
Lord. J. P. llrnwn. Norman WaUIn
W. C. Freer, A G llnwes, Jr.
('.ml haxo been reeclveil as fol
lows: To meet Mr. and Mrs. Clnudo
Pthiiiituu and Miss fiordon. Canon
nnd .Mrs. IJsbourne. At Homo Tues-
Wy i-enlug, Xoxembrr twenty-
lianciiet eoncludod with u ren nia-i fourth, at hnlf-past vlght o'clock. St
Ion of a tiortrnlt of tho prrsldui: Ho-i
&. M. Damon, and n toast tn li'm which
was euthuslastlejillj drunk' liy all
pieseut (iiuermir Prcar un I Mr.
'"reilri i. II undo good yiiooclM-si
Clement's Itectory. Dancing.
m .i . .. ....r.I .
or me poinieua regia in me aicovo, )U., ntipuiiituil to which' eases it
and a background of greens and foil- cruelty can be reported and relief ob
age. Mrs. Itojal D. Mead, Mr. Walo tulned. Mrs. Dole, tho president of
and sex oral others assisted tn tho dec itlu Itniiiann Society, can nlwns lie
nnd most artistically weie! r,inc un bv telei.hone. and will wllllm:
ly aid ens.-s of cruultx to children or
carry the parts with much gusto,
The Christmas fairies wild llielr
L.. . - ----. -; - - i orations ami m
iiiiciiuunis uriiig coior nnu joy lo mo , (lone Th(;ro ttm) t.k,u, ta,,tl!(
H?Ci..m.- iN.i.i i in. mi I" a" at which woro seated clghtl animals. If upon Inxestlgatlon tho no I
ChVlst mas nlrles-Jolllty. Miss KU0StBj ,.,nk r0H,a,and potted plants clwUy U ol.Uous, and the thrco mem I
"'""t,l'""i ". " r o( maldentialr most lavishly ornament ,(rs of tho committee-, Mrs. P. M
Ing; Love, Miss Ilay Hell; Pity, Miss
Uelnlma Wndinnn; Peace, Miss ltuth
The attendants will bo printed la
ter. Mr. Wilder as tho cruel old
Mrs. Ilernlee Walhrldgo xvas the
hostess of a delightful dinner on
'Vm!(ie-il t eening. tho diets In-
lu.lni. M.' I'l I 1. .n.ll' i "HiS
it tl ..II fin ili. u I. ik. to kivv.-i lltiiim-ll "i'l, Mihii I'lf-l. Mi- l'
Ihat n Working Ili'llef Commltti-e li.-U I tlmr Mucin tcwli, .!. 1 i HUbnou,,
mid -Mr. Melnerny.
Miss Julie Damon's unrrlago io M
Untold (Ilffard will be on tho JSth ;
fanill urfnlr and very private. 'Ihu
nniei bride elect will cerPilnly look
loel tu hFr lirldal nibea-of wllte.
' ft k
Mr. nn 1 Mm HlneUnlit., wlin htv.i
en cacu tauio. i no rnouu earns. repio- Hwnny, Mrs. A. (i H.iwes. Jr.. inn), just rt-tur I fiom Kuim o. nre spend
ruuiciif sugar nuns wiu u niwiiuKmiii, jir. Allen Herbert, ran bo enlleil'iipon
ns well as various scenes of sugar. ;,t any tlnm unit their assistance he
cnn wero offset by tho sugar mills no
rlex-erly drawn. An announcement
wns also mado on tho Inner leaxes in
miser Is delightful and his transflg- problem play called "On Tongatoliu"
tirutloii Is even greater than Miss lo ho given by,lhe. Young ,.Mcu's Pen-
Phllurns; MUs Allco Spalding and I iut and Preserve Society
Tho University Club on Wednesdn
evening wns tho kcune of a dinner 1 1
honor of .Mr. Frederick II. Newell, glv
Mr. n.'I'ot-cn by the MnsKaclinsi-tta Institute tn
Vernon Tcnney do full Justice to tho
role, of poor, destitute barefooted
Tho Operetta ends with Christmas
jollifications participated In by a
largo group ot vlllago children led
by tho Misses Margaret and Helen
Center in a real Dutch dancn In
wooden shoes. Tho play la ns beau
tiful a little Christmas story as one
ran find nnd Is equally Interesting
to grown-ups, who can still enjoy a
trli to tho land of tho, elves anil
fnlrlcs, and to the children who do-
rllght In seeing their dreams como
true. Tho dates aro Nov. -7th and
28th, Tho admission priced aro $1.
7G cents and CO cents: for children
under VI years of age only CO 'cents'
will ho rhnrged at tho matlrteo Sat
urday nfturrioon, Nov. 38th.
- Young Prances Cooper gave n gay
and enjoyable dance at tho Cooper
.mansion on tho hill last .evening. Tho
voting people thoroughly entered n(o
thu spirit of the nfTnlr.. Tho xoung
host Old tho honois of Ihq occasion In
a most galnlnt manner nnd won many
ineoulums for his tact aihl courtesy.
Ho waa UBslsted In receiving by Misses
.Alice., Cooper and Alameda Townseiid,
nnd thci Mfnsos lieue and isnhelln
Cooper, harming young .jclrls. lied
carnations arid ferns mado ,tuo roonN
ch,arjnliiB, nrril, the- court, filled with
palms, hanging, baskets .aucl ferns,
was a niostjjjnjoyliblo retreat bqtweeu
dances. Koffoshiuents were, served
and thoy wero not tho lenst eujoyablo
Interludes of tho affair for tho young
people. Heat ty nppctltcH alwa) at
teiulB )oithful sdrlls. Tdlsa Constance
Kestarlck'H brilliant ilul,ix,on thu
hlauo helped greatly to iiiuko tlio ovqu
lug a siiceess,. Those prcxcnti rind In
ted wore; Misses Kllznbeth Carter,
Phocbo Carter, Maigarct Ilestarlck,
Margaret Center, Itosamond &wnniy,
Paulino Schaofor, Illlinn White, iur-.n.
hllil Whllo, ltuth SciK.-r Cnro.l-io i,iw,
Kllzaheth Low, llejui Sp.ildl.ng, Dapho
Damon, Papn'no Ashloy, Tholuu Mm
phy, GlailjH (irnham, Marguorlto Wad
man, Dotty Hurnetto, Ahhy Bioinle:',
Violet Lueas, Eleanor HIshcI, Marr.e na
Morgan, .lullctto Atwater, Doiothy
(1111, Thulma Hothwcll, Henrietta
i'chwartz; Messrs, Marstnn Campbell.
Harold Hustaco, Arthur Cllnutu, James!
Ing a foxv weeks at the Illshop eottago
at Walklltl pending the comiiletlon of
their homo cm llHsIuger street.
Col. A. (1. I law en who has been
spending sevei il months at H.uu Sou
cl with his wlfi expirtH tn return OM
bniiil.ix in San Pi.inelpp). J
In Glass Jars
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You' have heard about them why
haven't you tried them?
Don't say you know what a Dill
Pickle is unless you have tasted the
Heinz Dill Pickle.
There are no others like them.
Your grocer has them.
Insist upon getting HEINZ.