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Al.TIIOtKlll Lent In upon i lit noimci-il Hhc nii ilrcmert In n dainty
tin dinner mul teat rc Milt j '"'! "f white tktl nllli turquolmt
roIiik nn Bocli-ty folk In Ho- " rluboiiB. nml her hat wan of while
iiolulti xpncrnll) nlt until' net "' lnco.n licrnniln nttlrc. Sim
llol) Week for n cessation of , dnlwood faiiH, C.mton china cups and
" Kfl.ctlcB LarKc function tiro Biticort, nml choice ptntoa wcro tf-
not, hoccr, considered en roRlc, hut stowed ns prlJex upon tho fortunate
iiinlnt little dinners with perhnpH n onca, nnionR whom cro Mrs Wright
rubber of hrldse help to pa the tlr'c "" Mr" Anderson, Mrs. PallB. Mrs
nn most aeeepnhl The town H llnriibenwr. Mrs rtlsM, Mrs. CaHner
full of tourists who arc slnhtscelnK and Miss llnrdiwny Others who were
to their hearts' content, and often I'"1""' Included Mrs Prosscr. Mrs.
v,nc catches a cllmpsc of prett) faces, f. s McOrow, Mrs James Dougherty,
almost shrouded In the all-envelop- Mrs, 1 m nraln. Mr Allan Hot
in tell, which has a Rrcater .oguo ''j"'1 " - tUo"' ""
ih,n ...r i,iri i n. n,nt.r.,l. 1 Stnnlc). Mrs McCallum. Mrs. fa),
ured ones which arc latel) from the
Kast. Tho checked taltor-sult, also,
lattery much In eldmce and on a
well proportioned flRuro be she larci
or, small what Is more becoming''
Miss Joscplitno l.ooko looked vcr well
Indeed last Sunda) In n while cloth
Mrs Dunning. Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Alex
ander O llawcs Jr.
Ono of the moit charming dinners
of the week was Riven by Mr. and
Mrs. l'axon lllshop on Wednesday
ecnliifi at their residence In Nuuanu
tailor suit, the white hat. r1och and '' A largo basket of Molmalson
rupes in nines 01 pinii nxquisuei)
ndurncil tho table whlln softest rose
Mines being ven smart Indeed Miss
I-ocke has such n spirited fnco that II
ls.n J to sco she Is not nbo.c rffljIiiK
wuno attention to wearing becomliiR
clothes unlike nianj who walk upon
tho higher plane. It all depends upon
nno's olut of lcw, but Is there n liv
ing person who does not like to look
at a well-dressed woman rather than
her sister who puts her clothes on
Mr. W. K Howard contempt tten
kh)ii .1 trip abroad. Ills beautiful llh
on UnstlnRs strLt, full of curios and
cincd furniture, will bo closed Ills
Rrounds, so well phnned and carried
Ut, give flno ctaniplca of tho gird
ncr's .klll. Although the Intrrlri of
the house Is sumptuously furnlFiicd his
bedroom Is most mint ore nnd devoid of
orniment, n cluuto slmpllctt) domin
ating ull his belongings They sh Mr.
llownrd Is not only an uccomptlsliQiI
musician but a linguist of high degree
lft Is said also to be cultured', and a
ery Interesting companion to any one
he takes a fane) to Ills fancies, how
ocr, aro not apt to lead lilmjtiHtray In
Honolulu at least, for he Is said not to
like us cnernmc'i. Our climate, air
and scenery, however, can bo much
flattered for ho has built bis houso
Mrs Wadhams, of Ton Fhaftor, was
tho charming hostess of n successful
brldgo ton on Wcdnesdaj iltcrnoon, at
vjhlcli shu was nbl) assisted In enter
tnlnlnrr Iiv her mother, Mrs. Atkins
Tho affafr v,n given In honor of Miss
Hanlaway, whoso vugagtmeut to Meut.
WrUhtson has recently been an-
A-SkirTof Deaaty is a'Joy Forever
I. T. FELIX C9URAUI'S,WJG(riL
CKE1M H MAIICAL HiUTIHBI
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tla vrfpamllMl A Pfr Ml W n nuulM ftiv4 ranep
0w4i lnlcn l ttl CiRe4 ttwtn, C4 w4 Emp.
trlira.T.H0PDIS,rrc.37Bitri J.ntt S!nt,RtTorl to her until the holes wore covered
tulle artistically entwined, extended
from tho center eo each end. Music
and bridge cntertilned the guests, who
wcro oxClnvcrnor and Mr. George
Carter, Mr. and Mrs Trancls M.
Swnnzy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kalph Korster,
Mr. and Mrs. Hirr Macfarlanc, Mr.
and Mrs. S. 0. Wilder.
Tho rescue of 'ho two-jearold child
of Mr Hornlngsberg from n runaway
horso attached to a surtoy on Monda)
morning by Ilobcrt Okeo cnllcd "Hap
py" by his friends was n flno example
of braver). Ho sprang Into the car
riage, which was going at full tilt,
caught the child and Juuiid to safe
ty,, with the little boy unharmed. There
was not a pircnt In Honolulu who
could read the account with dry eyes.
Heroism llko that desenex a pension
for life. ,
Mr nnd Mrs TranclH M. Hwnniy
ga n dinner on Saturday evening In
honor of Captain and Mrs. Fa), Mrs
Mary Ounn. Mrs. llnwrs. Mr. David
Anderson, and Mr. A. I-. C. Atkinson.
A quiet rubber of brldgo concluded n
ery pleasant eirnlng. On Monday
tho Swanz)s entertained tpr Mi's. Dun
ning, Mrs. Howe, Captain Tlees, Jndgo
Mndsay, Mr. Judd Nnsttirtlums in all
tho glory of their brilliant coloring
adorned tho table.
Among the dinners of (ho wpek was
tho attractive one given by Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Case Dccrhig. l'lng car
nations and marguerites nrtlstlcall)
ornamented the table. The jilace cdrds
were KKetones or old japan, flnrt tho
menus were Inscribed on dainty bits
of porcelain, The gueels.werb tly
Herron, Judge nnd Mrs. Slnriley, Mrs.
Alexander 0. llawcs, Jr.. Dr. Xrmltagn,
Mr. David Anderson, lirldgo amused
cer)body after dinner.
near Admiral Canps, so well known
here, and former Chief Nava Con
structor, has been made acting head
of tho Iiuicati of Bteant Engineering
In the Navy Department, as tho first
step in the consolidation of bureaus.
He has boon crltlcltcd freely for er
rors In Judgment, Whott the cruiser
Yankee went on tho rocks last au
tumn, Mr. Cnpps conceived tho Idea
of floating her by pouring cement In-
Hut n Jagged rock projected Into the
Yankee's bold, and alter cement
worth I l'Jf.,000 had been emptied
into the boat, It was discovered that
the total effect had been to cement
he Yankee to tho rock. Mr. Arbuc
kle's wreckers had ns their first duty
the undoing of this costly mistake
Mine I. Inn Cavnllcrl, tho famous
grand opera singer, who Jias been
called the most beautiful woman In
the world, sa)s that ns a result of
her experience In proton lug jouth
and good looks she hns framed ten
simple rules which apply to every
woman seeking to retain her at
tractiveness: 1 When )our mirror tells )ou ou
ore not looking well, rest.
2 To keep the hnlr beautiful
wash It once a week.
3 To keep the mouth )ounR mas
sage with the little Angers tho lines
Jt petulance from nostrils to Ili3.
4 To hae alwa)s n jouthful con
tour, keep the line of the Jaw as thin
ns a knife edge.
r To keep the nose shapely, give
It frequent mnsMige.
6 To take away tho ugly, middle
aged redness of tho nose,' Use hot com
presses on It,
'7 To keep the tired linos nway
from tho e)cs, bathe the lids and
skin about tho e)cs with water ns
warm ns you can endure It.
8 To make the ejes nlwnjs bril
liant, bathe them ns often as ou do
0 To avoid the multiplied chin,
sleep with the head low; tho lower
to To refresh the dry, withered
skin Uttho It often In water ns warm
as .you can endure.
"You see," she sn)s, "they begin
with 'rest,' In practice they end with
that, I might, drop half of them nnd
uso rest Instead. Host Is beauty's
Tho Lilliputians arc ns popular ns
ever and tho Opera House pees thorn
at nji ndtantnges. Tho seats aro sold
da) a ahead and the sosson tickets aro
nearly all gone. The llltlo company
Is certainly clcer tho IndUldiial per
formers being really wonderful. It Is
understood that the company aro well
taken care of, both from a moral and
ph) ideal aspect. It stands to reason
that (his must be true, orJiow could
they endure tho strain night after
Tho officers 'of tho Cambrian are i
follows: Captain Vaughn Lowes, It.
N.; I.lenl. Jotih I. Pearson, Lieut.
Itlchnrd T. Donn, Lieut Kenneth Mac
Leod, Llout. Cllc I'lnscnt. Lieut. Wil
liam J Dcnns; Chaplain, flew Krnncls
E Butchlirfcj Trederlek M Mitchell,
Rsq, n. N.; Herbert C Cnvanaugh,
Esq j It. N.; Surgeon John Homdoa;
sub. Lieut. Howard C Wmclcombc
Among tho guests At tho Moana who
sailed in the Siberia were Mrs. Walter
Leeds, a well known society woman
of Los Angeles; Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M.
ftctid, who hao boon spending some
tlmo hero; Mr. nnd Mrs. Tompkins, of
Denver, Colorado, Mr, and Mrs.
Datrhvlder nnd sou Kit, of Menlo
Park. Tho Datchelders have been ex
tensively entertained, n large nnd bril
liant reception having been given them
by tho Tcnnoy Ticks ntuong oilier nf
fairs In their honor
Mr, nnd Mrs Francis M. Ilatchelde.
of Iloston sailed In the Siberia after a
pleasant trip here Including n visit to
tho Volcano. They wero so delighted
with tho place that A trip horo Is con
templated next v Inter.
Mrs. J. r. Cooke's little son has
broken his arm, nnd has been taken to
tho hospital, which Is so perfectly ar
ranged for enscs of a surgical nature.
Miss Joscphlnu Locke gnvc nn In
teresting lecture on "Kalist" on Mon
day morning at the rcsldcnco of Mrs,
Dawsott on rumhoii street,
CATARRHAL DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
Often Lead to Consumption by Stealthy
and Gradual Degrees
WOMEN'S NATIONAL RtVfcS
AND HARBOR CONGRESS
Tho subject of Conservation wna
brought before the Teachers' Asso
ciation Inst Monday evening, when
Mr. Kalph Hosmcr made u short
speech . followed, by Mrs. Augustus
Knudscn. the ofllclnl delegate from
this Territory to tho Womnn's Na
tional III vers ami Harbors Congress,
assembled In Washington In Decem
ber. Mrs. Knudscn read an account
of thai Congress, closing with n pica
for the especial interest of the teach
ers, as It lias largely In their hands
to make effective In tho Individual
lives of the children the doctrlno of
Conservation, which, It Is hoped will
become thoroughly- n part of tho
Amortcan consciousness. Mr. Perley
Home moved that a committee of
principals ot public and private
schools be formed, to bring the mat
ter before the whole body of teach
ers, that they might consider meth
ods effective In school lite. Such a
well-planned campaign of education
In the Honolulu Bchools will-prove
efficient aid to the movement
throughout the Territory, Mrs.
Knudsen is to carry the work directly
to the students themsehes In a talk
to tho Normal Bchool. -- . .
Tho Hon. William 11. Tart on Con
ccrvntlon; "The conservation of National rc
tourccs Is'a subject to which the pres.
cnt Administration has given espe
cial attention, Tho necessity for a
comprehensive and systematic Im
provement of, oijr waterways, the
p'roforvntlon,x)f our soil and of our
forests, the securing from private ap
propriation the powdr In navigable
stfeams, the, .retention of tiio undls-potetj-of
coal lands of the (Jovern
ment from alienation, nil wll prop
er!) clnlni ,(rom the next Adminis
tration earnest 'attention and appro
'Vithoilt tHei resources Which
make labor productive, American en
terprise, ehcrgYVand skill would npt
In the pasthaye been able to make
headway jngalhst hard conditions.
Our children and their children will
not bo nbrVto make hoadway If we
lenvc to them1 art Impoverished coun
try.. Our Jnnd', our Wfntcrs, juir. for
ests, and our minerals arc the sources
from which come directly or Indirect
ly the livelihood of all of u's. The
lonkcrvntlon of our natural resources
Is a question of fundamental lmpor
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THK word csUrrh dwlgnitei an In
flammatory condition of a mucous
memlrane. It usually results from
catching cold. '
While It Is true that catarrh Is gener
ally confined to the nose and throat, yst
It may aTfect any mucons membrane of
Cattrrh of the throat it 'liable to
spread backwards and downwards
through the bronchial rubra nntll It
reaches the lungs, when It Is apt to pro
duct a condition of the lungs closoly re
Indeed, tome wrltert regard catarrhal
Inflammation of the lungs at consump
tion. At toon at tbe catarrh' rtachtt the
lung the appetite falls, the patient be
comet weak and emaciated. Intact, the
uidal symptoms of consumption make
their appearance, and ytt the catarrhal
element which has produced thlt condi
tion It not always recognized.
There it only one way of relieving
Much catea, and that It to combat the
, Perunals an old tnd, tried remedy for
caica of catarrh, and it applicable to
catarrh of the head, throat, lnngt, or
any other Internal organ subject to
Pernna it an'lnternal tyttemlo rem
edy, and Influences catarrhal conditions
whereror thoy are located In the human
Ptruna baa relieved m multitude
of cases. ,
Kach'bottte of Perunals accompanied
by directions for use, and booklola writ
ten by Dr. Ilartman can generally be
obtained of the drngglst, for the asking.
Anyone having catarrh ot the head,
throat, lnngs, or stomach should not fall
to giro. Poruna a (trial. One trial it
usually sufficient to convince. It rarely
falls to produce, immediate benefits.
Weak, Rundown and Paralyzed.
Mm.' Alice Bradley, Thorold, Ontario,
"Two yeara ago.I became weak and
rundown, and at.tlme passed I gradually
failed unlira year ago, when I experi
enced a stroke of paralyala, which
affected one side and I was helpless.
'I called in professional medical treat
ment, but steadily Krew worse. I had
decided I noror would rise again from
my bed, but, when I'ernna was brought
to mo and after having taken four bot
tle'f.of It, I waa able' to be eut and a
wonder to myself and friends.
"I consider Pernna a groat blessing to
the afflicted. I may add thatmydaugh
ter.haa also used Fornna and hat been
blessed with renewed health. I believe
Parana tared our, Uvet." "
Had; Stomach Troubie--la how Well.
Mrs. Daniel Pasemore, Wetland, On-
tatjo, Canada, write!
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Mrs. Elizabeth Ilnnt, 74 Ulesslncton street, St. Kilda, Melbourne. Vic
toria, member Presbyterian Chnrcb, writes t
"It gives mo plotsuro to recommend Poruna for catarrh of the lungs. It
enred mo after other things had failed,
"For years I had been sick with this trouble, nnd was in a much rundown
condition. My appetite was gone, I could not sleep at night, and conse
quently was very weak. My lungs wero soro and I had a conch all tho
time. My friends were worrlod oyer my condition, and my physician did not
do me any good.
"As a last resort I took the advice of a friend and bonghl a bottle of Pernna.
It did wonders for me In a Tory short II me. I have regained my strength
and welRht, and my lungs aro in good condition, lam thankful to Peruna.
daya at a time I conld not cat anything.
I grew thin In flesh, bid headaches, and
was the picture of despair.
"i was attended by three doctors, bat
got no good results.
"Finally, I began tho nse of Tcruna.
I soon noticed an Improvement, and
after using thrco bottles I waa able to
relish a meal, In fact, could cat any
"To-dar I feel well and strong. I
and I shall alwaya pralso It." '
Was Threatened with Consumption.
Mist Olivine Perrault, 333 Davidson
St., Donlevard St. Paul, Montreal, Can
ada, writes: "
"I write you a word to congratulate
you on your famous remedy, Pornna, 1
tried other remedies, but my cold did
not got any bolter, and 1 feared I was
becoming cuniumptlv c,
"Tho condition of my head and stom
ach was very annoying, I had toughed
day and night for three mouths, as tho
result of a cold which I had contracted
from sudden chango of temperature..
"My brother advised mo to try Peruna
and I did so, for ho was cured by Po
runa. I took It regularly and Improved
steadily. IhtTonow taken three bot
tles of it, and am completely cured."
Soon Improved on Peruna.
Miss Pearl Ilousch, 8219 Franklin St.,
Richmond, Virginia. U.S. A., writes:
"When I was a baby I contracted ca
tarrh, and waa doctored by o oral good
physicians, hut none, did mo any gtxid.
"My mother wat taking Peruna at
tho tlmo and gavo somo of It to mo, nnd
I soon began to Improve and nm now
well and fat. I am tweivn jcanc old.
T he doctors told me f hail cou.innptluii.
but it wat only cutarrh,"
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when desired. i
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