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nVKNINCI 'HULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. II, SATURDAY. MAY to, 1D09.
Are your lips white,
your cheeks colorless,
your cars transparent?
And do you look thin
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it VII 11 t t k
a bright, cheerful face, in every
bottle ot Ayor's rf-traaparilla.
If your a,,petito ij poor, your
digestion imperfect, anl you feel
nervoua and weak, you ought to
It expels all impurities from tho
blood, and gives strength nr.d vigor
to the nervci. It will eurely re
tore you to health.
As now mntle, Ayrr' Snrta
paritla contain no alcohol.
Thero are mativ imitation
Be suro you get "AYER'S."
fnnnl bj Of I C iif J C. . lio't, Mm . U J .
ATIXS VIl.tJ, tnt bf .1 rimlly ludlto.
Week May 10th.
THE POPULAR FAVORITES
Presenting a Repertoire of the Latest
''Shadows of NeW
Children under ten, 10 cents;
adults, 25 cents to any part of the
Monday and Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
"A ROYAL RECEPTION."
Evening prices, 25c, 50c, 75c.
Seats now on sale for all perform'
New Empire Theater
SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 15.
The Finest Auditorium in the City.
Prices 10, 15. and 25 cents.
Children 5 cents.
The Lady or the Tigct-
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closid auditorium
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
IATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
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The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Dullotln gives complete lummiry of
..tho newt of the day.
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I'llHTTY home wedding oe
inrroil nn Monday c cu
ing ni thu resilience of
the Honorable William ().
Bmlili on Ntmnmi avenue,
when Miss Knthrltio
Smith was united III Hip holv bonds of
tunttlinniij lo Mr Samuel Alexander
llnliluln, joiingost ton of the Honor-
a"ble II I' n.tliluln. r Mnnl. The
Hex. Dr. Durctiuitt Scuddcr performed
1 the Impressive ceremony, which took
I plnro iioniitl) at eight o'clock In tho
Jilrnulngrontn. which hail been trans-
n-iu'il into n hi Mill liowcr liy the itrtl-
.stlc lingers of Miss l.lly I'ulv. The
pteti llttlo Mower girl. Frances Ilahl
win picrocdod the bride In her stately
iii.iii'Ii down the staircase, ntlended by
in r matron of honor. Mm. II. A. llald-
I win nnd was glwn into the keeping
"f the groom In hei father, tho brld.il
unit awaiting them, with the best
I man, Mr II A ttnMwIti. under the
marriage bell. Tho wedding march
i wan platd by Mm Itlcltard Cooke.
unit rolt iniixlc also gicctcd the earn
while, tho register wax bolus signed.
Tho bilile'K book occupied n tin table
In the hell and the n illicit of thu KitontH
were also Inscribed on Its snowy
I panes a meiuoiablc souvenir for tho
future. Then canto the congrnlula
(Ions of lelallves n'ld friends who
luil been asked In after lite ceiomon.,
and of com so ptcrjhnd udiulrcd the
bride, whu looked lovelv In her wed
ding tlrrvi of rfrh heriln-bono sllS,
tilmmeil wlili old mp pulnl laco
which she Inheilit-d. Tho ell. kept In
tdaeo on her perfectly roirfuied head
in a sprig of oraiiKo blossomi. was
tor. becoming. Her ill.iinondii wcio
iiImi Inherited from her mint. Mli-.t
Knthrltie Orny. mid the carried u
shower lMmrpiet or Initio loses and
line imildenhalil tied with white tulle,
the ends of which were finished with
fovoral tiny buds nnd ouc half-opcne
nwe syinbollcol of tho txtreino youth
of the charming bride. Mrs. II. A.
Ilnldwln, the matron of-nonr, wore a
hHiidxcmc pink satin Dlreclolro gown,
eluborntol trimmed with lace, and tlu
dalnt llttlo tlowcr girl, Frances Ilnld
win, was In pink. Mrs. V. O. Smith's
beautiful costume was of black spang
led net, mill she had on several dia
monds. Supper was si rwd illrectl)
after the guests nrilvd nnd the
bride's table wns on the hinnl. From
the chandelier In tho "enter hung a
ennnp. or pink nnd while sntln lib
lions, n husket of fine miildenhnlr ferns
being embroidered In Its meshes. A
I'irs basket of pink roses occupied
the center of tho table and nt either
side were misob of the same beautiful
roses. Silver candlesticks with pink
satin shades cast h sort slow, and thu
bride's cake was ornamented with
Cecil Limner roses. Place cards
bouilng the monogram of the hostess
In sller seated each guest. At this
tulilu weio Mr. ami Mrs. II. A. Ilnld-
win. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Il.ihlwln, Mr.
mil Mrs. J. I'. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs.
W. O. Smith, Mr. nnd Mis. H. I'. Ilald
win. Dr. nnd Mrs. Ilnldwln. Miss Ilahl-
win and Mr. I.orrln Smith. At tho
children's tabic were twenty bright
and pietly faces, and tho other guests
wero seated nt small tables umbel
Ilshetl with loses. Tho wedding cako
was on a side table surrounded by a
wreath of Cecil Hruncr roses, and
komonlr pieces wero given each
guest. Tho circular sldo of tho draw
lug room, vliero tho ceremony took
place, was literally banked with ferns
ami while carnations. Hundreds of
thoi-o flowers woio used with mtlstlc
effect, nnil on tho walls of thu looms
nnd doors wns tho Jiissemlne vino.
The wedding bell wns composed nf
while cnniitllons, nnd tho tongtiu
formed a pink iom- when Illuminated
Tall vase held Knster Illlos, culla
lilies, spider lilllos and an cnoi minis
bouquet or American Ileauty lohea oc
copied one side or tho piano. While
loses also plnjod an linportuni part
In the deeoiativu schemu, and nimmi
wns been In nrtlstlc pniliiklou. The
bookeai-o In the llbmry was banked
with Marguerites niul ahe or i-osoh
iorywheio made tho extensive rooms
fliiKinut with their K'rfiiine. Tho din
ing room, nlsii ohiboiitloly ih Limited
greens nud mses. wah must it l
linctlio. nud Haul's niclic.-Ui'j played
thioughoiil the leeoptlou on thu lawn,
Tho street iuik lined wth motor ears
and em Hugo's. Tho guotdH wuro lim
ited to tho iclativcs and tho
friends .of both families. Tho
weddings glfls occupied one large
room, but many or the presents wero
not on view. Among those was a mot
or car, u grund pluuo. a check fo'r
$3000 for tho wedding Journey, and
many other magnificent gifts. Among
tho presents seen ero a dinner ser
vice of silver, silver coffee service nnd
ten set, plnco plates, ko,i furniture, n
chest of silver, china and plnss. bilc-n-br.ic,
Jeweliy. pictures, paintings, em
hinlilerles. nnd uiiny other nrilclex
Tlieie wen innn cables ii-celted. one
from a brother who Is In Home holm;
of much Interest. Mi am) Mrs. Sara
Ilnldwln contemplate, takiug u wed
ding Journey of two niniitlm, nnd
Dtoiitiinlly will occupy the hniisn on
Hales stieet now rented by Mr. A,
Lewis. Mr. niul Mis. W. (). Smith, by
tho a, began their married life In
tho mine place, tho property belong
ing lo her mother, Mrs, Ilolbron. Cards
hae nlrctdy been received from Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. 0. Smith announcing the
Senator nnd Mis. Ooorse II. Fair-
rhllds' dinner last Thursday evenng at
the plctuicsquc Honolulu Seaside hotel
at Walklkl, was probably the most
elnbointe affair of its kind held dur
ing the week. Tho dinner was served
In tho private dining loom, and tho
large table was beautifully decorated
with dozens of Atnerlcin Honuty roses
arranged in nnd railing out of u largo
Indian basket placed nt one corner. A
fall of gold laco, caught at the top of
the handle of the basket by n cloth of
gold ilbbou, wns most effectively Inter
woi en amongst the roses, and fell ar
tistically over the tablo cloth diagon
ally to the opposite corner, where an
other Inrge grouplni; of tho same roses
was placed, making n most beautiful
effect, A quintet club played through
out tho evening, nnd the guests danced
until n late hour. .Mrs. Falrchlld wnre
a graceful white Dlrcctoiro costume
and looked channlng. The guests
wero Mr. and Mis, Molt Smith, Mnjor
mid Mis. Dunning Mr. jmd Mrs. V. M.
Swunzy, Mr. and Mrs. George Davlcs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. flcorgo I". Davlcs, .Mr.
nnd Mrs. S. (1. Wilder. Mr nnd Mrs.
Krlc IvmidKcn Mr. mid Mrs. Oerrlt
Wilder. Mr. and Mis. Itichiird I vers,
Mr. and .Mis. i:. I). Tcnncy nnd Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jnmes Wilder.
"Arcadia," the icsidencc of Govern
or and Mrs. Walter Fronr In I'umihoit
stieet, was the sceno of another suc
cessful " at homo" on Monday. It wns
the last "nt home" of the season, nnd
eu-rjliody tinned out. not only lo greet
tho Governor and his wlfo, hut to shake
hands In the good old democratic fash
Ion with former Vice-President Fair
banks, his wife nud diuglitcr, who re
coiled with Ilium. The Itnynl Hawaii
an hand played on the lawn. Ten mid
coffee wore served In tho dining-room
nnd it delicious cooling drink on the
lannl. Hundieds partook of the hos
pitality which has always bcuu so gen
erously given nnd Mr. nud Mis. Fair
banks won golden opinions, so cordial
and delightful wero they. Mrs. Frenr
woro ii dainty frock nnd n hat tied
with blue ilbb-ms. It wns In tho lutes
stylo, but pintcd very becoming to
the demure beauty of the Governor's
wife. Mrs. Fairbanks wnB In u lovely
frock, tory distinctive In cut. nnd bo
coming. Mrs. TlmmoiiB was admired
Immensely, tho cunning little ruffles
of Vol laco Introduced with her cos
tume being lory fetching. Her hat
wns nlso a triumph of tho milliner's
art. It wns u perfect day, nud h11 To
liolulii wus there. Those, who assisted
weiu Mr. and Mrs. Mntl-Siuith, Mr.
and Mrs. Heinenway, Mrs. A. .1
Campbell, Mrs. Murston Campbell
Mrs. Ilabbltt, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Fisher,
Mrs. Sutton, Mr. and Mis. W. K. Wall
Judge mid Mrs. Lindsay, .lodge and
Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. IJ. F. Dillingham
Mis. Krdmiin, Miss Alice Iloud, Miss
Dotls Til) lor, Miss Until Itcutou and
Miss Marlon Austin.
Mrs. Kinobt Wiiterhouso gnu- an In
formal ten on Wednesday nt her res
idence ill Jildd stieet, In honor of Mlb.
Ilnedefcld, who will soon ho stilling
away to bo married. Mr. nils is 'i
railroad mail, and conies from one of
tho good old Alueilcnil families. On
Wednesday Mrs. Iloedefuhl woro a
piutty bluo and white mull, which wua
very becoming,' and sho received man)
congratulations. Among those lilt li
ed wero Mrs. Gerrlt Wlldei, Mrs. .1. I'
Cooke, Mrs, James Judd, Mrs. Claicuee
Cooke, Mrs. W. I). Ilaldwlni Mrs. A.
Lewis, Mrs. Wulter Kmory, Mrs. Wnd
hams, Mrs. S. G. Wider, Mrs. Hiiwes.
Jr.. Miss Noih Sturgeon, MIsh I.oiiii
A pol suppur was given on TucmIiiv
Inst In honor of Mr. and Mrs. George
Falichlld, who have been entertained
m extensively by Mr. nnd Mrs, Mott
Smith. It was a delicious supper, hot
, appetizing and Mis. I.i.dil. who
had the affair In elai'gi, extolled her
nilf. Other guchtH Included Mr. and
Mis. (lail'ey, Mr. and Mrs. IMwnrd
Teuney, Mr. nnd Mis. .Iiiines Wilder,
Miss Lily I'aty, Mr. Frank Armylioug.
Invitations lime been leeched as
follows: Dr. nnd Mis. John oliagT
McG-row leguest Iho honor of .lour
presetted nt the imirrlagu of thcli
niece, Juunltn Haulaway, to Mr. Philip
Gramo WrlKhtkun, Unlled Slate,,
Army, on WeilneMlny owning, June
tho second, one thousand nine bundled
and nine lit hair after eight o'clock.
81. Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu, T
Mr nud Mis. Jniues Wildei enter
talni-d at dinner on Siiudti. owning
In honor or Mrs, llosmer, .Mr Ralph
Ilosmci, Miss tl ii lloU and Mr. tin
Hols, Mr. dil Hols and sister niti
guests nl Iho I'leasantou lioiel, nud I ho
fuiiuer is u noted lorostor.
A CASE OF NERVOUS PROSTRATION
Relieved In a Remarkable Manner By Pe-ru-na.
Po-ru-na is a Systemic Catarrh
Especially Adapted to Cases of
Caused By Overwork, Mental Strain
or Extreme Summer Heat.
IN Utltndcs where wurm weather Is
of long continuance, the Inh&hltinta
become more or less accustomed lo It,
In Temperate Zones, however, where
the change from winter to summer Is
great, the system It sometimes poorly
prepared to meet the exigencies of hot
weather. This It the cauie ot mnch
Stomach catarrh, Indigestion and dys
pepsia are not among the least of sum
When the digestion is disturbed, tho
assimilation la also
alTeclcd, and as a
result the body doc
not receive tho
nourishment It should. Lassitude,
weakness, brain fag, loss of flesh and
nervoua prostration are the natural
What ta needed Is a remedy that will
reitore the digestive organs to their
Such a remedy has been found In
Peruna. It has proven Itself ot great
Tslno in thousands of cases of this
Its action has been remarkable at
times In restoring some patients who
had given up all hope of recovery.
nut thero is nothing strange about
Feruna's action. It simply tones up
the mucons mem
branes of the organs
them to their
normal condition and leaving Nsturo
to perform her duties unhindered.
That person who has sound, healthy
mucous membranes lining tho cntlro
digestive tract Is well-guarded agalnit
the usual summer ailments.
Peruna Is the means whereby to at
tain this most desirable condition.
If you aufler from any of tho above
mentioned symptoms, try a bottle of
One bottlo of this remedy Is often
sufficient to convince any one of its
merit as a tafo and reliable remedy for
all catarrhal conditions.
We haye'many letters of gratitude re
ceived from persons who have expe
rienced its benefits.
These testimonials are proof to us
that Peruna has not failed In the mis
sion for which It was Intended, that
ot relieving suffering and restoring
The following wholesale druggists will
T0 you want it
J done right
by a man who
business and has
show no favor
to any one make
Then call up
G. L. LENORD,
162 Hotel St.
MR. P. BRIEN, 28 Third Street, Llmollou, Quebec.
"The fatigues entailed by my duties as accountant begun to weaken my
system about a year ago. I felt that I would not long bo nblo to withstand
the severe strain upon my nerves, as, a thing unknown to mo bofore, I would
long for ofllco hours to be over In order to rest.
"I gradnnlly ' weaker nnd b few months later my sight wns Impaired.
I then broke down completely nnd was obliged to tnko to my bed. 1 was also
Buffering from palpitation ot tho heart.
"After a fow weeks' treatment by a local physician, I was In tho snmo
critical condition and as tho doctor holdout no great pronpects for me, 1 de
cided to experiment on myself.
"I look several remedies advertised as Ionic-, but did not dcrlvo any benefit.
"Peruna was then given a trial, and before 1 hnd taken It a week I felt my
condition Improving. After a few weeks more had elapsed, during which
tlmol followed the directions carefully, my shattered ncrtous system be
camo firmer, my sight stronger and I hoped to bo out soon ngnln.
"My expectations wero realized, for In llireo weeks assumed my duties
as accountant at the olllce.
"Perunn ccrtalnlv m orked wonders on my system, and for ncrsons rim-
aown iiom overworn, i nenove ll is mo
Kidneys and Liver.
Mr. George -.. Hess, Supervisor of tho
2nd District, Itlll llroadwny, Watorvllot,
New York, U. B. A., t rites :
"It is but Jmt to you to acknowledge
with thanks tho great help 1 huvo re
ceived from tho uo of Peruna. Two
years ago I was a sick man. My kid
neys and liver wero out of order, and tho
pain In my back and head was at times
so sevcro that I was obliged to glvs up
"At this tlmo a club friend of mlno
spoko to mo ot I'cruun, nnd induced mo to
try It. Tho effect It had on mo from the
first was most remarkable. 1 knew nt
onco that I li nil scoured the right medi
cine, nud was entirely cured lu ten
supply the retail trade : BENSON,
DOES YOUR TYPEWRITER or PHONOGRAPH NEED I
mixi oiucucions ionic."
Distress After Eutlnf.
Mr. J. W. Prltchard, Columbia City,
Indlann, U. S. A., writes:
"I am pleased to say that I have been
cured of catarrh of tho stomach by
"I could hardly cat anything that
agreed with me. llcfore I would get
halt through my moul my stnmnch
would fill with gas, causing mo much
distress and unpleasant feelings for nn
hour or two after each meal.
"Hut, thanks to your Peruna, I nm
now completely cured, nnd can eat any
thing I tvnnt to without any ot tho dis
tressing symptoms. I can now enjoy
my meals, and It Is all duo lo Dr. 1 1 art
man and his wonderful medicine."
SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
NOTICE OF SAKE OF QENEBAL
LEASES OF PUBLIC LANDS IN
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Juno
7. 190'). nt I tin iiHlm .if W. (). Alkcll.
'sub-ncent, Knhiilul Maul thoro will
ho sold nt auction under tlto pio-
visions iff Purt B, Land Act 18r.
(Sections 278-285 Inclusive, Revised
Lntvs), (Jcncrnl Lcsccs of the fol low
(1) The innknl portion of the
land of ALAL, containing nn nrea of
217 ncrcs, more or less, to bo used for
pnsloinl purposes. ,
Upset rcntnl $2.. 00 per annum,
paynblo semi-annually in advance.
Terms of Lease, 21 years from
Juno 7, 1909,
(2) The tnnkal portion of tho
land of KAMAOLK. containing nil
nrcn of 30.30 ncrcs, to bo used for
Upset rental 125.00 per nnntim,
patnhlo bcml-nnntinlly In advance.
Term of Lease, 5 years from Juno
Kutlro boundary of land to bo
fenced within bIx months from Juno
7, 1909, nnd said fonco maintained.
Trco cutting prohibited except for
fence posla lo bo used on premises.
ItcscrvntioiiH regarding land ic
quired for settlement, Reclamation
nud other public purposes will bo
embodied In tlm lenses.
For maps nnd full particular)! np
ply nt omen of W. O. Allien, Knhii
lui, Maul, nnd nt nm.ee of under
signed. Judiciary Iliilldlng, Honolulu.
JA8, A. PItATT,
Commissioner of Public Lamb.
Honolulu, May 7, 1909.
4.105 May S, 15, 22, 29. Juno 5
Sealed bids will bo received by tho
lloaid of Supervisors of tho County
of Kuunl, Territory of Hawaii, un
til one o'clock p. in. July 7th, 1909,
for furnishing ONH TRACTION HN
OINK nnd TIlllHK MACABAM
SpcclfUiiinns of same may be hnd
by applying lo J. II. Moragne.
County Kiigliicer, Lllnic, Kauai, Ter
ritory of Hnwnll. 4309-10t
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