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J1 Vf -' --.- .-..-.L.,- w r- . ." BVnNINQ nuUBTIN, tlOKOMjm, T. I! SATURDAY, PHC. 12, 1903. ' .L- .
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;: .,'- v SOCIAL NOTES III
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When yoii are
tiled, and just a little
depressed, how a cool,
sparkling glass , of
Primo does cheer you
There is nothing
like it. No beer ever
brewed has the same
soft, full flavor-, the
delicious, tingling 'SNAP to it that is in
every glass of Prijno.
It's wholesome, tooand good for
you; a tonic and food of the highest
Primo Beer for Health
What is a Christmas Dinner without Mince
Pie?- And what kind of a Pie is it. unless
it is made with HEINZ MINCE MEAT.
GOOD HOUSEWIVES oow-a-days know that
.GOOD Mince Pies may be made with only the
BEST Mince Meat.
EXPERIENCED. HOUSEWIVES never ask for
just "Mince Meat",. They know that there's
a lot of difference between Mince Meats, and
that the HEINZ QUALITY is just as SUPERIOR
when it comes to Mince Meats as anything else
ASK -YOUR GROCER FOR HEINZ
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Qoodson Recital J
It Is A flintier for icgrct that n
Inrgcr number of potiplo did not nvall
Ihcnisclvei of the niiportunlty of hear
Ing Mlsn Knthcrlno Uoodson, Thoso
who were jircinnt soon realized wlul
n finished nrllsto ulic vnn. The au
dience felt, nil the charm of Ml:n
(.loounon b nci rormauco undlstutliel
hyiany Irritating nianiiorlsnia, for the
lady Is Blneul.il ly gnu c fill and quiet
In deportmentjind her gown In this
period of" sp'iiiRlcii and fitrhclowi
made un rIrIi for the ago of simplic
ity. It wns of slicll pink liberty sat
in, the Mouho being of the saniu sh.-hlu
of crepe do chine, with bnnds'of at
In, The stage setting was well done
and tho.picturo pIcaMng to the- co.
Miss Ooodson was generous In rr
spondlng tnico to encores, and tho
fact thnt one was ghen nftcr such p
strain as Mszt's llhap$.odlc sas iuulIi
for her good-nature. It Is a sad pity
that those amongst us who have
children whom c hope tuny ho mu
sical do not consider such opportuni
ties In the light of valuable lessons
and avail ouaches of such world
Mr, Tarn Mcflrcw, who Is so soo.i
to sail for I'nrls, was tho host of a
gay and delightful supper at Alui on
Wednesday ocnlng. The guests nr
rived In time for a swim In the pool,
and tho long tnblc set on tho lnnai
was Illuminated by Chinese lan
terns, the brilliant moonlight mak
ing It ns light as day, tho lamps hell g
otcd superfluous. Tho delicious ro
past over, bridge, music, dancing,
sti oiling in the moonlight, and fish
ing for crabs made t lib evening pot.s
rapidly, Mr. McOrcw Is n most pol
ished host and will be greatly mtascd
by his friends. He has been Ihlng of
Into at hc country plnco with the
Doctor, his Intellectual parents mak
ing the retreat a desirable placo to
study and read. The guests Includ
ed Major and Mrs Dunning, Capta'u
and Mrs. Wadhntns, Captain unci
Mrs. Pay, Captain nnd Mrs. I'aisous.
Mrs. rrnnclR M. Snanzy, Mr. mid
Mrs' S. O. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Qci
rlt Wilder, Mrs. IMunrd Tcnncy, Mr,
and Mrs. J. S. Walker, Mr. and Mis.
ItUhnrd Ivcrs, Mis. Urncst Water
house, Doctor and Mrs. James Judd,
Mth. Ilbcdefeld, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex
ander 0. Ilnwcs Jr., Doctor and Mis.
Charles Cooper, Miss Hnrdanuy, Ml.
David Andcison, Doctor Edward Ar
mitage, Lieut. Chilton, IT. S. A.; Mr.
Pnrkes, Mr. Harr) Macfarlane.
Yellow asters and Australian ferns
formed tho table dccorntlons of tli'i
luncheon glcn today by Miss Doro
thy Wood In honor of Miss Beatrice
Holsworth, who has recently return
ed from school In Paris. Miss Hols
worth Is n handsome oung girl de
voted to out-door amusements and
glad to bo In Hawaii again. Miss
Dorothy Wood makes n very gracious
hostess anil looked pretty In u dainty
llngoilo frotk. Tho place-cards were
dainty lilts of Itouian scenery brought
over from the Inst European trip. T,ho
RiiustsNiiikeil to meet Miss Holsworth
wcro Misses Alice Cooke, Ocnevlu'.u
Umgton, Cordelia Oilman, rioruifc
Ourrey, Inna Dallcntync, Dodlo Hal
IcntMic. Allco Spalding, lHhel Spild
Ntn arrivals at tho Young Include
U. M. Cohen and wife, A, II, lluik mil
wife, 1', Caslcllo and wife, W, risthi r
and wife, Oj l Drake, N. S. Wlilln, C
1). Comn, Miss n. Ilrougher, Mlsu I
Drougher, I.. Ashloy, L. T. Moultln
and wife, K. II. Jnckson and wife, K.
Cassld , 0. L. Tottenham, J. M. Kuller
Ma. V. W. roster and wife, C.ipt
Sturgcs, J. C. Castncr.
Mrs. Kllcat, who Is at present vIj
Iting Mrs. A. 0. Huwcs Jr., received
news by tho Makura that Mr. Kltc.it
hnd been again tho victim of accident
this tlmo fortunately though pain
ful, n slight one. Tho muscles of
his arm wcro Injured. Tho arm w.is
much better when hn wrote, though
Ltill In a sling.
Mrs. J. A. McCnndlcss gavo u most
(lijovnblo brldgo luuchoon on Thins
day lu honor of Mrs. Philip Andrews
who linri been so much feted sluco hi r
visit hero with hor mother, CrlniKon
curnnlions and greens mado the tnblo
lovely und tho givjsts Included Mis.
Wlnslow, Mrs. Selden Kingsbury, Mrs.
A. Fuller, Mrs. Dunning, Mrs. Wad-
hams, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Willard
Drown Miss Madgo McCandless. Flow
ers wero glvon ns prizes for tho brldgo I
which occupied tho nf tot noon, Tho
IFOE MEM &WB WMEH
tTvtYlytvTy'f? 'l' ? T The ordinary range or siz
TftolhWtVlYtVl -The REGAL range of si
SPECIALS $4 AND $5.
EQAL Q JARTER-SIZES mean absolute pre
cision ol lit, Rsnuine snoc-conuon. aim per
manent retention or tnc onpinat snapc.
IWli w 1m.i1d vfttt wmi shfiM that fltc A
1itl inn tt'nVit nr n little too loose, when ou
can Ret your EXAUi t in KiUAij uuarier-oizes i
In REQALS jou can pet the one-quarter and
three-quarter sizei IN BETWEEN the ordinary whole
and half-sizes. This gives you TWICE as many fittiiiRj
aryou can obtain in any other shoes made. Because,
except in REGALS, you are limited to full and half
sizes. 243 new REGAL models this Winter. Every one
is perfect in style, with all this season's fashion-feat-ures
of shape, leather, and finish ns found in the Iiigli-est-pricc
Nowhere else in the world can you obtain equal
shoe-value at anywhere near REOAL prices.
NEW FALL AND WINTER STYLE BOOK SENT
FREE ON REQUEST. .a XI M
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY TILLED, -
One of the new Regal Models
correct for this season.
Regals are made inall leathers
REGAL SHOE STORE
: : Corner of King aud Bethel Streets
McCnndlcsses may build In Nuuanu
avenue If tho government tukes over
their Wnlklkl place. Thev have a
most artistic mountain rotrcat near '
tho I. C. Jones In upper Nuuanu val
lev a duck of a placo which Is n fav
orite apot for tho week's end. .
Among the ilassengers In the Mon
golia was Mrs. C. I'Ornngc, tho moth
er of Mrs. Uric Kiludsen, who will
Epend tho winter with tier on Kauai
nt hospitable KnHdscn home. Mr.
mid Mis. i:rlc Knudsen spent two
weeks nt the (Jnrtlc)s' not long slncj
nnd were most extensively mtei
Mr, (Jcrrlt Wilder, tho enterprising
amateur hoitlculturlst, has named n
beautiful vnrlety of tho hibiscus fnni
lj which he avolved tho ".111110 Swan
7j" utter his relative, Mrs. Frauds
M Swnnrj. It Is composed 'of two
shades of pink,
Miss I'm met tilllct, so well ktinXvn
here, Is In town mi n visit to her sh
ier, Mrs Archie Young. She hai
wrlttui Fuvprnl poems uf great nielli
and Is mojt lntellettu.il.
Miss Anna Paris, who has licstn In
llllo with the Shliunans for a few
weeks, has returned to Honolulu and
Is with Mrs. James Castlo at present,
Stop at Whittle; K. Marsh's and help
jour little favorite In tho Dolls' House
When you get
us to make
Our $25. suits
Our New Line of
Mesh Bags and Purses
is going like hot cakes. " 1 1 '" .
The quality of th? goods in connection with the LOW
PRICES will simply astonish you.
You can now sec our large assortment of JEWELRY,
TOILET WARE, and NOVELTIES.
J. A. R. VIERRA & CO.,
Building Site at
Puunui, near Coun
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ. 74 S.'KINQ ST.
0E0. X. MARTIN,
. Hotel St
Inexpensive and therefore proper as gifts to lady
friends. ' 1
TOILET WATERS, FINE SOAPS,
HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS, ,
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN,
Product of the Rest Factories, '
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
TOR THE HOLIDAYS
Iir.RflSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
This sale applies only to the main store at Eleele.
A Great Reduction in all Lines of
These will be soli at LESS THAN COST: ENGLISH
TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and' CAPS,
MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Prices. All These Prices
A fine, line of Fancy Wines and Liquor for the Christ
mas trade in our Liquor Department,
J. I. Silva's Store, Eleele, Kauai
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
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