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I.ONOI.UMI, T, II., SATUJIDAY, MAIl. 27. 1009.
THERE la n batment In the air
which speaks of spring. All
nature rises to greet the glor
Ions months that liidcnnabij
something wo now reel whlrh
la to cud the winter of ntio's
discontent. South Iiicczcr mo longer
prevail, and the cool lire-giving tratloB
nro intra onco more. The past low
weeks of rait) and cltlll uiu broken, r.n I
(ill Honolulu Ib now donning Its Bprlng
mtlro. Theiu uto nmny now confec
tions, Been among the travelers ut tho
hotels. One iiretty young woman nt
the Alexander Young Ii.ih been tliu ob
fcerved of the observed, for sho lias
lieen wearing Keurnl stunning' hal.i.
One In the pretty poke t,h:iio was cov
ered with hyacinths In delicate shade,
iiml the black velvet ribbon hung
Irom each kUIo. With thin was worn
u sheath sown of softest pink eatln.
which Blum; to the figuic mast sug-.ii. '
tlngly. Another pretty young murilud
woman at the Moan a hotel In wealing
Homo lovely frocks which Hiilt the
dainty owner to ixirfi-rtlon. It li n
lilciiRiirti to hco bo many well dream d
women about, ijnd ni the reason ml-1
vnncea m will they, as tin absolutely
tivtn-dnto Reason la already heralded
straight from Paris. Wo are told the.
long sleeved sheath gown will soon ho '
n vision of tho past, mid dresses'
with full shirts nro the com'ng fashion. '
Parisian will hardly give up tliclr 1)1-'
lectolre gown so readily, for never In '
the history of ralr woman. ha she'
been so comfortuh'y corscttcd so
iimplo Is the waist lino and so few
ciuineH noes sbe lmve to wear. It I
tho triumph of tho time, these sltlrtlesM
"Bpluky" looking creations which fash
ion has ordained to bo the ugo, nnd
ihey mo taking advantage oi It
On Saturday evening n delightful
dinner was Riven by Mr. and Mr. (1.
Ilodlck at their tcsldence In Nuuanu
vnllev In honor of Mr. and Mm Faxon
lllshop, who have bo recently returned
trout their Kuioponn trip, A biakut o
Duchesne rose tied with pluk tullo
made nn exquisite tabic decoration and
the menu and souvenir curd were
dainty bltn. The gucBts Included foim
cr (lovcriior nnd Mr. George Carter
Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Snanzy, Mr.
ntid Mro. S. O. Wilder. Mia Maw nut
Walker nnd Mr. Mackfeld Miss Wal
ker looked lovely hi nn embroidered
while tallu nnd the guest of honor
vvoio n handsome Parisian confection.
On March r.lli Judge nnd Mrs. Hatch
Rave n dinner at their residence In
Washington at which covers were laid
for fourteen. It was Riven In honor
of General and Mrs. GnrietBou, nnd
rfturvvard everybody went on to the
Lnnz Anderi'on reception. Othe."
guests Included fleneral nnd Mrs. Mar
shall. Oenernl and Mrs. Wltherspoon
llcpichctitatlvo and Mis. I.aurar. Mr
and Mrs. John Foster Mr and Mrs.
Carr. of Ilotton. There vis mi niucii
cnnfiiLlon In the town that cabs and
carriages could net bo obtained, so the
tram cars were Inundated with beau
tifully dresced women. Such a day
and night has never been experienced
In WnrhliiKtou. The Hatches had
quite n houseful staying with them
and their guests included Mrs. Albert
Nlblack, the Krewers of lloston nnd
Mis Mnrg-irct Oarrctson. Tho George
Perkins, of New York, canio on for il.e
Inauguration nnd many well kno-vn
people were stranded In the bllzznrl-
stricken city. There wero many bril
liant dinners planned, but In many
Instances the plans miscarried, and
often extra chairs utterly failed in ar
rive at tho expected time. Tho streets
were absolutely impassible as furus
cnb horso was concerned, and the clcc
trlct cars proved a place of refuge.
King Ho, tho clover offlco boy, who
had been with Dr. F. II. Hiimphrls tor
so many years, was n passenger In
tho Alameda on Wednesday morning
en route for England to Join the doc
tor, where he will assume the same
duties which made him so invaluable
and popular In Honolulu. Ho was so
covered with beautiful lcl( that one
could hardly see Ills face, and both
nrms were full of Interesting looking
packages, token of esteem from the
many old iiitients of Dr. Hiimphrls.
who came out In largo numbers to
wish him "bon voyage." There were
also a large number of picturesque
looking Chinese teeing him off, his
own fatuity being Included. He at
tracted much attention and had an
ntmronrlnte word of greeting for cv
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W.Cae Peering en
tertained nt dinner on Friday evening
at their King street residence In bon
er of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. noynton. Miss
Hnynjon und MIh Falrlco of Chicago.
Other quests Included Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Klmliill. A wealth of Irreg
ularly grouped carnations surrounded
tho parti-colored electric lamp und
made an artistic effect.
Captain and Mrs. Low, vvtio nro
guests ut tho Seaside hotel, unlet-
tulucil at dinner on Wednesday oven
nit in honor of Mr, unci Mr P M.
Swnlizy, Mr. and Mrs. Shoier. Captain
,What Advertising Has
Done For Pears' Soap
npHE original Andrew Pears was a Cornishman
who kept a small shop in London, making
soap in a small way. He began to advertise on a
scale unheard of, in those times. The business, as a
consequence, grew too rapidly for one man to
The policy of the company was, and is, to mak.e
advertisements as attractive as possible, regardless of
cost. Their advertising, to date, has cost over
$15,000,000 advertising that has made the soap
One of the greatest successes was the 'use
of Sir John Millais' picture entitled ''Bubbles."
Another picture that of the baby reaching from a
bath-tub for Pears' Soap, was originally entitled 'A
Knight of the Bath," and failed to "catch on." An
.astute advertising man changed the wording to "He
Won't Be Happy Till He Gets It," and its popularity
Gladstone once exclaimed, to illustrate a large
numerical quantity, ''They are as numerous as the
advertisement's of Pears' Soap!"
!,: So it is with the history of every successful busi
ness advertising is at the root of its success. By
."advertising we mean RIGHT ADVERTISING.
LHT US HAVE A TALK
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 King Street Phone 371
and Mrs. Kay the latter, by thu way.
wua not present nrf u en bio recalled
her to San Francisco nt thrns house
notice, on tho Mnnchurla Mr. Purer.
Mrs. Low Is a lovely type, and her
ftock wini very becoming. Tne dinner
was served In the prlvutc dining loom
and tho tabic tirtlrtlcally 'decorated
with while loses and violets, was ti
Joy to the eyes.
Among those arriving In the l.urllno
vveio Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Ilollowuy
nnd Mr. Ocorgo llrowu. Mrs. Hollowny
had n regular reception on the day of
her arrival, so many called to sec her
with lovely lloral offerings, lloth sho
and Mr, Holloway nro glad to return
to their bolovcd Honolulu. Mrs. Helen
Noonan also returned after n very
pleasant visit In New York. Mrs.
Noonan Is a great favorlto and her
friends could not do enough to make
her visit n pleasure. With her re
turned also Mrs. Julia Macfuilauc and
Mib. lllllsnn, n daughter of Mrs. Julia
Macfarlane, as well as Xlrs. Noonan's
sister. MrB. Illllson is considered
handsome nnd Is one of the well known
Mrs. Hormnti Ashley Itobcitson nnd
son Harry, who havo been guests for
moiiv months at the Slonna hotel.
sailed for San Francisco In the -Man-cimrlti.
Mrs ltoberlBon made Iiosm
of friends during her visit hero and
was considered one of tho bcst-drcsscd
women In Honolulu, Shu vvoro the lat
est Parisian confections always with
taste and elegance. Her entertain
ments were always very rechcrscho
and she will be greatly missed by tlu
soclnl set when hho so graceful!)
adorned. She will be met by Lieuten
ant Commander Itobcrtsou,
Mr. and Mrs. Ocrrlt Wilder enter
tained on Tuesday evening at an an
niversary dinner In honor of Dr. and
Mrs. James Judd, who arrived In Ho
nolulu one year ago. Other rucsIb In
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Judd,
who came from tho Coast last week,
Mr, Ijivvrcnco Judd has a fine position
with Alexander & Ualdwlu and he and
his wife aro guests of lira. A. Francis
Judd on Nuuanu avenue. Mrs, James
Judd, who possesses Individuality and
charm, looked particularly well at thu
dinner In a Dlrectolro effect.
Tho Lilliputians nro continuing
their great tuccess, and the houses
010 literally packed. "The Toymakcr"
Is always a popular play, and tho ad
vance snlo or seats 1ms been unusual
oven for this opuinr company. Tod
dlo McNamara, Kva l'olhud, Ada Hind
and Lily Dull arc to Join the ndult com
pany .and wjth Mr. Gouldlng, the'stago
manager, and tho musical director, Mr,
Itromley, remain behind. "The Char
ty Dall" wli bettho first comedy seen.
Lady Howard, who Ik at tho Inaua,
will not salt for tho Orient until April
second. Sho Is being greatly enter
tained and Is thoroughly enjoying her
visit here. Her description of a night
spent beside tho crater or Hawaii Is a
thrilling word picture, for sho was
greatly Impressed with tho weird of
IcctB, and whnt Is more to the point
can express herself In exquisite Eng
lish bo graphically that one feels the
had been there also.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnuuobcrg sailed in
the Mnnchurla for sovcral months' tour
In Europe, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hal
lentyno also balled In tho Manchuria
for a threo months' trip. Including a
visit to Scattlo with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 11. Hood, of
Scattlo, aro Balling for Europe next
month, to boo tho launching of Mr.
Itoods steamer on the Clydo. Mm.
Hood will bo best icmcmbeted na Mrs.
Mrs. Vaughn Lewes, who Is to bo n
the Alexander Young Hotel until April
2, has been quite III bIuco tho depart
ure of tho Cambrian. 8ho Is much
better but still feels tho effect of the
Among thoso arriving In tho Jinn
chut In wero Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Chans
lor, Mr. Ernest Kopko, Mr. und Mib.
Moss, Mr. John MeCrosson nnd many
The Holy Ghosts pictures and Sa
lomo dunces nio attracting crowds or
sight Bocri nt tho picture shows night
ly. Mrs. Stuubs, neo Ellso Watorhouso,
Is oxpected to airlvo fioni England In
Mrs. Thomas Ira Cook fiarr of Sun
Itafnel has returned to her home after
An InhaUtloa lor
Ortln la Sttn Aslhmatlu.
DuM II feot MMHiBraffttUv.lolrMlb.U k
r.m4 for dli.i.u of lb br.tUnf organ. u.a
Ut laba tba rf jl Into tba tlonaah!
Croaalana cur, dmaum tba air. raadarcl
.Iroufl aallMPtlo, 1. oarrlai o.ar tba dliMi.d
aurfaoa vltb avarr brMlb, slrlac prolooswl aad
aunalAlit lr.atiu.Bt. 11 la laralaabU to ttoUiara
wiw anall amuraa.
Tboaa of a fja
wUI Sad Immadlata rallaf
from Congba or laflamad
Coadllloa of tba tbroat.
ttaad bo.ul tor da-
Vf -l;raleii Oa).
1WJ IBlloa UMI,
Sick Twenty Years, Had Given Up All Hope.1
Pe-m-na Relieved After All Elte Had Failed. '
Chronic Internal Catarrh.
Mny an invalid Is drugging out mliersble exli
tence with cstsrrh of tho Internal organi, Tbro Is
Do dliemao'q,ual to this In producing completo
wretchedncu, abtoluta despair, haggard misery,
and stubborn weakness.
An army of this sort of victims have one by ono
discovered that 1'eruna could bo relied upon to re
lievo such cases.
One man tella another man, and In this way the
nowi apreads until In all parts of tho country are to
bo found men who havo beon permanently liberated
from tho thraldom of Internal troubles.
Many cates of catarrh of tho stomach, kidneys
and other abdominal organs have reported them
selves as permanently rollevcd.
Wo glvo below testimonials which Illustrate tho
beuoQt of l'cruna in thesa cases.
' ti'. i
Appetite Returned, Enjoys Meals.
Mr. Sidney Wesels,Merrltton, On
tario, Can., writes:
"I hav'o been troubled with dys
pepsia and Indigestion for twenty
years, during which time I tried dif
ferent doctors, but did not get the de
"I have been compelled for weeks
at a time to give up work, being com
pletely prostrated, I had to conflno
myself to a. milk diet, as nothing
would remain on my stomach.
"I had about given up, thinking my
caio incurable, when I heard of l'e
runa and decided to try It.
"Ono bottlo made a groat change,
and after using another bottlo of this
wonderful medicine, I had complete
freedom from pain, my appollte had
returned and I could again onjoy my
meals. I believe 1'eruna Is tluo grand
est medicine under the sun."
Crown Young Ataln.
Mr. AbnorN.Kceo.Vlnelnml. Ontario. Cn..-wrlto!
"J-'orovcr twenty years 1 wss a sufferer from ca
tarrh and had tried almost everything I could hear
of. I dootored with physicians In l'hiladclphla and
lluftalo, besides with specialists In Nebraska, but
did not get relief.
"finally, after being exhausted In health and funds,
I decided to try 1'eruna. This was after moving to
this country two years ago.
"One bottle of Verona gave relief. After taking
Ave bottles I was sound aud well.
"I am olghtytwo years old and feel as good to-day
as when I was In my thirties.
"I glvo this for tho bcneilt of the aflllcted In gen
eral, as 1 am but one of many In this country who
Know wnai it is to contend wnn sicxncss anu pay
out me last uouar in uocior outs."
Mr. Robert E. Hanvoy, Troas, Knights
of Industrial Freedom, also a well
known writer and lecturer, writes from
11 8. Lincoln St., Chicago, Illinois,
U. S. A., as follows)
"I was In good health until about fonr
years ago, when my back became lame
and sore. Tho pains kept increasing
with severe twitches and alow, ex
haustive aches. Urine was highly col
ored and passed with great Irregularity.
"I know this must bo Inflammation of
the urinary organs,
"Having read of l'cruna 1 decided to
"I found relief from tho pain within
ten days. Tho aches gradually dimin
ished, and It was a blessed relief I can
"Within three months I was well
once more. My appetite had returned,
nervousness and Irritability wero things
of tho past, and for over two years now
I hav been a healthy man,"
Mr. II. L. Kmory, Vico Chancellor
and Master of Arms, K. l'.'s, of Omaha,
Nebraska, U. 8. A., writes from 'M; N.
Sixteenth St., the following words of
praise for 1'eruna as a tonic. Ho says!
"It Is with plcasuro I recommend l'e
rnna as a tonlo of unusual merit. A
large number of promtnentmembcrs of
tho different orders with which I haw
been connected have been cured by tho
use of rcruna in cases of catarrh of the
stomach and head ; also in kidney com
plaint and weakness of the Internal
"Pernna tones up the system, aldi
digestion, Induces sleep, and Is well
worthy the confldonco of sufferers of
the above complaints."
Pernna has saved many people from
disaster by rendering tho kidneys ser
vice when they wore not ablo to bear
their own burdens,
The following wholesale drneffists will supply the retail trade : BENSON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
n delightful visit to Honolulu. Dining'
her stay In the IslandH she was fie
fluently entertained, and returns with
many reminiscent stories of pleasures
enjoyed In thnt hnspltahlu clime.
being tho pioneer In bchool orgnnlz.1-
WOMAN'S NATIONAL RIVERS 1 Mrs. Hendrlck in a few npt words
-f AND HARDOR3 CONGRESS. J enmhaslicd tho liniiortniico of this
On Invitation of Mr. Wood of tho
Mlua Ifl-nnt tultn linu Knnti tntnpnutml
In literary work In tho Islands, was alNa School, Mrs. Augustus Knud-
passenger In the Alameda on louto for
tho Coast. Shu Ib a cultivated nnd
highly educated woman and will be
gioatly missed by n lurgo contingency
Tho now dresses nro ten yard
around nnd all the French women aro
wearing shoit sleeves. Dlrectolrei,
fcoetu to bo'golng out and patterns nro
to be revised. So much for fleeting
Lady Howard entertained nt dinner
on Sunday evening at tho Moana
Hotel for several of tho officers on the
Cambrian und Flora, Including.. Lieut.
Stanley, Lieut, Sklnni;r and several
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Young havo tak
en the Hubert Luwtyi'H liuiwo nt Wul
klkl for a mouth, air. und Mrs. Rob
ert Lew era expect bo visit Halclwa for
Mr, Ilnlph Korster, tho Ililtlsh Con
sill, sailed with the Flora, for u trip
lo Hawaii. Ho la oxpected to return
A meotlng Is called for Wednesday,
March 31. nt 3:30 p. m.. nt tho Pleas
anion, of till who havo joined tho Wo
man's Nntlonal Hlvers and Harbors
Congross, end of nil Intorested In tho
conservation movement. Papers will
bo rend by Mra. W, F. Frcar. on Con
bcrvatluu In tho Homo; by Mrs. F, M.
Swunzy, on tho Vnluo or tho Hawaiian
Foiesta; by Miss Minnie ficcd on Ulrds
In notation to Forest Coiihorvatlon, and
.Mis. W. W. Hall, ttegent of the I). A.
II.. will Bpcmk of the Interest that or
gunlzatlon la taking In tho work.
Tho Kunuwela Camping Club Is tho
first organUntloii In Honolulu to Join
tho Woiir-n'u National ltlvers and Har
bors CongrosH, Tho members of tho
Kumuwela Club Hpend their suiuiuorb
In camp In tho foiostB of theso Islands,
and tlimofnru feed u particular Juici
est In tho work nt conservation,
MItS. ISAAC COX,
Acting Chnlrmiin, Coiumltteo on Publicity
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Eoom riiou 185.
sen, vlco president for Hawaii or tho
Women's National III vers and Haiboi-H
Congress, on Friday morning, March
19th addressed the studcntB of tho
Noimul Bchool and tho pupils or grade
tight from tho Central Grammar
School. Sho told the glory or tho ad
vance or tho great wave or interest In
the conservation or our natural te
Bourccs, and the future teuchers of our
Territory jinsced rapidly through thu
etago or Interest to that or enthusiasm
na they listened to tho inspttlng pro
rcntntlon or tho meaning and extent or
our natural resources, tho vnluo und
need of tho preservation or our foiustfi
nnd Improvement or our water ways,
and tho story or the work already ac
complished by Mr. OlrTord Plnchot and
.Mr. F. II. Newell.
At tho close or Mra, Knudsen's ad
dress, tho pupils tendered to her a
most hearty vote or thanks and nt
enco. nominated a committee to con
sider thu organization or a Normal
School Conservation Club,
On call of this commltteo tho stu
dents assembled nt 8:15 Monday morn,
lug for organization. Mrs. Knudsen
nnd Mrs. Hendrlck, chairman of the
Educational Commltteo of (ho W
man's National ltlvers nnd Hnrboia
Congress for Hawaii wero present.
Miss Oullck, teacher or Nature
Study, presented briefly, but forcibly
thu purpose ami Importance of the
Conservation work. Tho meeting was
then In charge of tho chaliman or tho
students' committee. Tho following of
fleers wero nominated and elected
President, Miss Lulu Law, '09; vice
ptesldent, Miss Mary Orote, '10; rec
tetary, Miss Phoebe Ilcen. '09: treas
urer, Miss Itosallnd Tutu Vnn, '11,
I lie platform of "Tho Woman's Nn
tlonal Illveis and Harboia Congress"
was then read und endorbed.
The naino adopted for tho Club Is
Noimnl School Conservation Club. Uy
unanimous vote It was decided that
tho Club become a member of the Wo
man's Nutlonal ltlvers. mid Hurlim-
Mrs. Kuutlscn then congratulated the
Normal students on the opportunity
bcfoio them In the bcIiooIb of Hawaii
emphasizing the need or education mi .
I ho Hlgnlfleiiiico of thu Normal School
great Conservation movement, nnd
spoke oflts rapid growth and tho work
already accomplished. "'
Ileforc the meeting adjourned tho
President, Miss Law, was empowered
to appoint n committee to call upon
Mr. Hosmer of the Forestry Depait
incut and leaiuf If there was anything
he could suggest either for cousctva
Hon or for civic Improvement iih tho
first work to bo undei taken by tho
Normal School Conservation Club or
ganized for education and training by
doing or actual work. "
At tho close tho students sang with
it new thrill or patriotism mid enthus
iasm tho words or tho National hymn:
"I love thy rocks and rills, '
Thy woods and templed hills,
My heart with tapturo thrills,
Like that above."
SEAnUTREEr ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A DAY UP
4 A niw inn turn hilil. .Stitl md
brick struiturt. Fufitskii st a cut tf
$150,000. Etirr eidtl an! ciatinl
isti. On oir Him tnitfirtlng lo ill
puts of oil;. Omnibus Mists ill Usbis
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
UNION, BARBER SHOP
Mannlo Vlclra, lato of tho Silent
Harbor Shop, lias opened tonsorlnl par
lors at tho old Union Barber Shop
Btand, entrance on King stroot noxt lo
Union Orlll, Ilest service guaranteed.
DRUGGIST POSTED ON ECZEMA.
Eczema sufferers Bhould nsk their
family physician or tho Honolulu Drug
Co. of this city what -reports aro being
received from tho patients who havo
been treating tho skin with oil of win
lergreen liquid as compounded In D. D.
ffl1 iHsrftft .I'taW.. (