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' EVENING nULt.BTIN, HONOLULU, Y. H SATURDAY, JULY- 17, 1900.
iC. Mrs. Eddy celebrated. lier eighty-eighth birth-
Mra. Delia M. Gilbert of New York, who caused a sensation recently
by" IsauliiK n'publlc stutcmont asserting that Mrs. Mary linker 0. Eddy,
founder of Christian Science, Is eltheV cload or mindless, has not relin
quished her efforts to prove her nsso.-tlon. She now declares that she
believes Mrp. Eddy died lost July nn was burled under tho house where
she Is supposed to bo living at llrookllne. Mass. Mrs. Gilbert is now In
New England, trying to rulso fundj to Investigate the llrookllne house.
She Insists that she can produce dUclosuresVthut will startle tho world
If assisted by tho courts In her Investigation. Mrs. tlllbcrt was n Chris
tian Science leader for many yearB and undertook to found a church In
the fnshloiinbh- Hna hotel In Now York. This did not meet with tho
npiirnval of thu -ink-era of the mother church, nnd tho resujt was Mrs.
Ullbvrt'H attack on tho llostou leaders and her assertions concerning
: SOCIAL NOTES
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I dance- at Monira. dcllslitlul auto spins
Dance In Kona. .
Mr. nliil Mrs. Mayawollgavorn most
delightful dance at their 'home In Ko
na, Hawaii, last week Friday oveulns
In honor of Miss Dens, who Is visiting
them nt Holuiloa. Tho Yates string
band furnished music for the dancer.
mid Mrs. Curts kindly officiated nt tho
piano dining the Intervals. Tho May
dwell icsldcnco was tastefully decor
ntcd with Hawaiian greenery, Jnian
eso lanterns adding to the gaiety or
tho scene. Tho floor was perfect nnJ
dancing was'kept up until throa o'clock
tho following morning. Among those
pjesent wero: Miss I.llllo Ackornian,
Mr. and Mrs. llrynnt, Mr. Ilaldwln, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Oounnt, Miss Comuit, Miss
Nellie Connnt, Miss Cowan,, Mr. Child.
Mr. and Mrs. Curts, Miss Deas, Mr, Ed
wards, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnydwull, Mr. Mc-
Wayne. Miss Morgan, Miss tMaroos,
Miss Magoon, Mr, Mnyall. Mr. Mo-
Qtmld, Mr. Macjarland, Miss Mao
'Purls, Mr. Sorcnson, Mr. Smith, Mr.
,Vaugn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Woods.
mi 1 sightseeing occupied the fow Bhort
hours mil spent In eating. The Ha
waiian band, as usual, bndo us faro
well, and that choky feeling dimmed
tho ejo nil that weird, pathetic' ballad,
"Aloha Oo", was sung by a Hawaiian
boiuty an thu big boat slowly left the'
At tho Country Club on Monday
evening Mrs. Charles Hartwell enter
tained nt supper, Iho guet of honor
being Mra. Mubel Hartwell. There
wi'io present also, Mr. nnd Jfrs. Afong
Mlta Uernlco Hartwell, Miss Harriet
Hatch, Miss Allco lleilcinnnn. Miss
Dorothy Mosher, Dr. Oscar Cloos, Dr.
Ferdlmnd Iledcmnnn, Mr. Harold Cas
tle. Mr. Howard Hodemann, Mr. Erllg
Iledcmnnn and Mr.vEdward Hedemann.
On Thurrdiy evening Mr. W. O. Ir
win gave n beautifully nppolnted din
ner iu ins seat-pins vvuikiki rcsiuence.
Tlioc prorcnl. wero Mr, and Mrs. Fax
on Illshnp Mr. nnd Mrs. Ranney Scott,
been staying at the Moana hotel, de
parted for the Coast on Tuesday. Cap
tain Callen, General Murray's nldo-tlc-
camp, accompanied them.
DrJ and Mrs. Ilayinond of Maul havo
taken tho Macfarlane house on Uere
Word received from tho John Bur
roughs party announced their safe ar
rival In their respective homes.
Mrs, Wlllard Brown of Heiilu Btrcet,
who has been spending some time on
tho Island of Hawaii, visiting In 11116,
arrived In the Mauna Ken.
Among Honolulu peoplo who are
spending vacation weeks In llllo Is
Mrs. Robert Rycroft of Wilder avenue.
-Mrs. Vlllfam Hobdy of College Hills,
who has been spending sonic tlmb at
tho volcaho arrived homo today.
Mrs., Edward Beck of tho Marine
Hospital Service plans to go to tho
coast In September nnd will continue
her journey to lien old homo In tho
South wliore sin wilt visit for some
1 Mrs. J iW. Wadtnan loft on Tues
day on tho Maunn Ken for n trip to tho
Miss Florence Ynrrow will .leave
Monday on tho Korea for New Jersey,
called homo by tho serious linens of
Lieutenant Albert Lyman, who ar
rived on tho transport Thomas on
Tuesday, Ij a Hllo boy who has recent
ly 'graduated from West Point, and Is
on a visit to His relatives. He has not
vt been assigned to a regiment.
Mrs. W. II. Beriham of Cincinnati,
and Miss Charlotte Hall, who went up
to the iVolcano together, are expected
back today. Mrs. Ilenham Is tho
guest of her cousin, Mrs. Judd.
Tho marrlago of A(Isb Elizabeth Snr-
geant to Mr. William Walker of Hono
lulu will tako placo In New York city
iu tho early autumn.
Mrs. Alexander Iscnberg of Honolulu
has leased tho handsomo home of tho'
Eastlands, "Burlwood," out on Cascade
Drive.- Mill Valley Enterprise.
Lieut, and Mrs. Kelso Jackson, who
passed through on tho transport
Thomas, wero tho guests of Captain
nnd Mrs. Falls while In Honolulu.)
Rov. Mr. Wood, 'with hla wifo and
daughter and Miss Helen Wood, who la
travelling with there on a tour uroun-
the world, aro usltlngiln Honolulu .fo
a few weeks.
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Savery of.Plilla
dolphin, who Is spending the summoi
on tho Islands, has catds out for a
dance to be given at, tho Pleasanton in
honor of the Misses Ethel and Alice
Engineer Parks, U. 8. N., -who has
been 111 ct.tho Quecrt's Hospital for
sixteen weeks, Is convalescing at his Mr, and, Mrs. Hugh Mlncliln mined
rooms In tho' Young hotel, (from Wulkkl June 3iilli lo one of tl.o
, ITregloan cottages on llcratanla nve-
Rev. A. L. Hall, of Honolulu, Is heroi nue,
Tho little son of Dr. and Mrs. Har
vey Murray, born last week, Is a flno
llltlo fellow, and Is thriving wonderfully.
MrAlan Judd of California Is ex
pected soon to visit his mother, Mrs.
t, Ffancli Judd.
A Senbieczo Party was given aboard M. nnd Mrs. G-eorgo Davlea, Mr. and
tho Irmgard at tho foot of Fort street Mrs Hit hard Itora. Mr. and Mrs. John
last evening. Daucltig to tho strains' Walker. MI.-B Walker, .Mrs. Oeorgo
of nn oichestra which had been pro- Carter, mid Mr. Lansing llliner.
vldeil by tho host and hostess, crm
rtltutcd Iho principal feature, thu
lances being Interspersed with hum
tnous recitations. hi Miss May l'aty
anil Mis. Paiks. ItefieshmentH woio
served during the evening. Among
those who cnjojcil tho hospitality of
captain unit jura, unps-ei-sen wuiu.
Mr. and Mrs. It. A,- Duncan, Mr. nnd
Mis. Alox. Pratt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred (1.
Niiyw, Mr. and Mis. W. E. Young, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chns. O, llotlel, Mr, and Mrs.
Henry (Joining, Mr. mid Mrs. W. W.
Cnilylu, Mr, and Mrs. John (Indie,
Mr. and Mm. 'W. A. Wolbmun, Mrs.
No) on. Mis. Pinks, tho MIsspii May
l'aty, l"mm.i nnd lleitha Smith, Mar
garet Davis, Minerva Leslie. Halt-da tie
la Nux, Froda von lleig, Iho Messrs.
Ailliur Myhro, Will Oertz. Harry
Sluwai t, Frank C. Enos, Will McTlgho.
A. Anderson, tJ. Ilenson, Miicnulay,
'Lewis, 1-cbIIo, Weedon and Ueck.
on a visit. His marriage witn .miss
Frances Soulo Is to be an event of tho
near future. San Mnteo Lender.
Miss Hortenso Courlonnder, who
ncted as ndvanco agent, for Mr. Dar-
rach, depnrted Tuesday on tho Jlllon-Ian.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Richards, and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Atherton and their
families, arc spending the summer nt
the Atherton cottago near tho Pall.
Mrs. O. F. Bush give 'a dcllghtrul
little tea Monday afternoon from four
until six. at her attractive home on
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scale of Palo
Alio, who liaVo been ntMho Moana
hotel for several weeks, leave on tho
Korea net Monday for their homo In
Colonel Schuyler of Schofleld Bar
racks, l-ollehim, was a guest nt the
Alexander Young hotel during the
Mnnngor Schwerln, piesldnnt nf'lhn
Paclljc Mall Steamship Company, with
his wife, Is expected on tho next Pa-
clflc Mall boat ftmi Sn Fnnc'scn.
They hnvo engaged rooms at the Sea
side for August 10.. i
Mr, Marshall Darrach, 'tho brilliant
Shakespearean reader,, returned to San
Francisco on the Hllonlon. He goes
East to completo his summer engage
menu, but may return Intel on his
contemplated trip around tho world..
Dr. Cooper entertained very Inform
ally at dinner on Sunday at his bench
house at Walklkl, the guests being
Miss Ellza-ueth.Hardaway and Mr, and
Mr. and MrH. Ernost Ross have
moved Into their nowly purchased
homo oh Manna Heights, tho house
formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Do
Mr. M. F. Prosser returned from
'Kauai on Sunday on the Klnau.
Mr. J. A. Oilman, who has been on
Maul on a combined business and
pleasure lrlp,(returned to Honolulu
last week Wednesday.
Rev. J. P. Jones, pastor of tho
Methodist church, accompanied by his
wife, left for the othor Islands on the
f Maunn Kca on Tuesday.
Mr. C. K. Wilcox and wife left for
'aua on the Klnau nn Tuculay.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Do Freest aro occupy
ing Mr. Waldron's cottage In College
0overnnr and Mrs, Frear dined
Major nnd Mrs. Becchor B. Ray on
Monday and afterwards tho party at
tended tho Darrach recital.
Mr. William Woltcrs has returned to
Honolulu after n delightful trip
through Southern Italy and Greece.
Miss Dorothy Waldron has gone up
to llonoknn to visit the Misses Wini
fred nnd Oeraldlno Berg.
Miss Mosscr of I'ala, Mattl, arrived
In Honolulu Inbt Wednesday. Sho Is
leaving for Japan on the next steamer.
I W W If
The Misses Stella nnd Dorothy
Hoogs, who havo been visiting Miss
Clco Caso nt Maul, returned to Hono
lulu last week Wednesday.
Professor Herman Babson and wlfn
left for the Coast on the Coronadn On
Mr. Sam Walker Is recovering rapid
ly fiom tho, effects of his recent acci
dent, and Is able to tako brief outings
dally In nn automobile,
Mr. and Mrs.t W."w. Hall and Mr.
and Mrs. Malcolm Mclntyro with their
little daughter, havo gono .to Pearl
City for a 'few 'weeks' rest.
Mrs. tteorge Ross and Mrs. Charles
A, '(llbson will receive on Monday, Jnly
nlucticmh, at tho resldenca of Mrs. It.
Lishman, M45 Koeaumoku street,
Mr. Howard Hedemann has entirely
recovered from his recent automobile
accident, and expects to be able to
take till his work agaMn next Monday,
Mr nnd Mrs. Ranney Kcolt, Mr. Rich.
mil Wright nnd Mr. Lesllo Scott aro
guests of Ml, and Mrs. James Wilder
Mr. C. II. Cooke left yesterday nf.
lernoon for Maul, and will return on
Sunday with his family.
Mr. R, W. Shlnglo was an outgoing
passenger Friday on tho Clnudlne. Ho
Is on a brief business trip to tho other
Mrs. Hobdy, wife of Dr.' Hobdy of
tho Marino Hospital Service has been
visiting on Hawaii, but returned to Ho
Twenty-six of tho younger social set
had a Jolly progressive dinner on Fri
day evening, going from one houso to
anothor In autonuibllos, The first
course was served nt Miss Uentrtcc
Castle's home, then the party went tg
Walklkl.. whero Miss Harriet Hatch
was hostess, then to Miss Nora Stur
geon's house, and from there they
hurried to Moanalua, to bo tho guexts
of Miss Vera Damon. The last course
pf thu dlmler utis served at Walklkl
with Miss Alice lledeuianu as hostess.
Thu gucste had a ilidlglufnl evening
nnd the dinner with brief Intermis
sions between courses, progressed
with much gnjely, Tho party war
compnted of the following joutig ladler
nnd young men: Misses Alice Hcde
mnnn, Harriet Hatch, Vera 1 Union,
Dorothy Mosher, Noru Sturgeon, Irene
Fisher, Allcu Cooke, Beatrice Casth)
Mnrgarct nnd Helen Wnterhouse, till
ma White, Rftnhlldo White, and the
Mcrsis. Harold Castle, Allen Uiwiey
Sherwood' Lowrey, Gilchrist Hatch
Fred Wlchmnn, Cnrl Iledcmnnn, (lll
fnrd Whitney, Edmund Hedemann, Al
cxnndcr Walker, Erllg Hedemann, Dr
Ferdinand Hedemann nnd Dr." Oscar
Mrs. Albert .Indd's leu yesterday f
ternnon, In honor of her sister, Mrs.
Mabel Hartwell, was one of thu de
lightful ulfults of the week. The at
tract I mi homo of Iho hosiers on Judd
street wns fragrant with masses ol
Ametlcnit lleauty rntci, binlted up
everywhere; it gorgeous bunch of tin!
liloKknins graced the ten table, at which
Mrs. Lawrence .ludd poured tea and
Mrs. James Jurfit fcivoiI chocolate.
Mlrs Agnes .In Id met thu guetti on
the Iniinl, ami Mra., Allied Curler and
Mrs." Hemenvvuy nislsted In receiving
them. Among those present vu no
ttccd tho inllowlng ladles: Mrs, Dole
Mrs, McOrcw, Mrs. Jordan. Mrs
Charles 'Wilder, Mm. S.im Wilder, Mrs
Archibald Young. Mrs. Richard Cooke
Mrs. Wuterhouso, Mrs. Ernest WWr
house, Mrs. Hitchcock, Miss Irmgard
Schaefer nnd Mrs. Kinney.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Manual Mnrdo
ral Ourrelt aru rejoicing In thu arrival
of u little daughter, barn on Thursday
Mrs. Charles Wilder gavo a delight
fill Ilttlo luncheon on Thursday- nt her
attractive home on Pensarola street.
Mr. Milton (ioldsmllh will sail for
Honolulu on tho Mcamshlp Alameda,
which leaves port on July 17. Ills sis
ter. Miss Corlue (Ioldsmllh. will travel
with him nnd they-will remain In t)ie
Islands about a month. -S. F, Iluliellu
Other Los Angeles peoplo who will
tnko tlfu Hnnplul utrlp aru Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. A. dates. They have engaged
passage on tho Alameda, which sallr
July 17. Los Angeles Exnmluer.
Wed A Student
Mr. rnd Mm, Henry Foster Duttou
will nn Ivn net month to vlsty Mrs.
Pultun's titter Mis. Hurry Mncfnr-
lano. Ihoy will piobably remain heie
nt Iho Somldo holcl until October.
Mm. Hiiniiei gvo n'dcllglitful Utile
Unco rn J'"rl I iy eiiiiii, In honor of
Mr mid Mrs. Chester Livingstone,
when' mnrrh'to wia an Important so
cial event of June.
Mrs. lUlch, who Inui been conflncd
to Hit linii'n for Ihreo weeks by III.
iifBH. Is iiiiilIi Iniprovejl, pud will soun
bo well vnoiigh to ho out rigaln.
Mr. ,nj(rilium man.'Ker'of llonokaa
plantation, who was In town for a fow
dnvs, returned to Havvull tho early
part of tho week. ' '
Mr, and Mrs. Clinton O. Ballentyno
At Iho animal mooting of tho Queen's win rctutti homo on tho Mongolia nf.
Hospital Association on Wednesduy af- ter n plcacant vacation ,of soveral
lernoon, Hon. A. S. Clcghoru was mouths. ' ,
imnnlmnuBly elected Hh first president, t
The hclecllon of Mr. Cleghom wns it Mlss'tlabello Blggprt, the writer
fortunate one, nnd the Institution Is to will urrlva l Honolulu the end of July
ho congratulated in having as Its pros, to icnialn several months.
t Mrs. (lenrgo R. Carjor and her 'two
daughters havo gono up to Hawaii for
n few months. ,
B. Wood Is having n delight
visiting In PnrlB,. Berlin and
Ident ono who has over wuked fullh
fully for thu best Interests of thu
"Voyogor.'l who signs a lcltor ad
dressed to tho Army and Navy Journ
al, tolls of tho trip or tho transport
Thomas from Manila to San Francisco,
nnd ono paragraph has to do with the V-
visit at Ilonojulu, an follows: At Ho- Miss Rosamond Svvanzy loft on the,
iinluln, Young and Mtmniv hotels 'wero . Mnuna Kea for Hllo rju Tuesday.
ciuwded by paBsongers seeking thoso
good things to eat which mu always Brigadier General Murray, Mrs. Mur-
en tap at these flrBt-clasakhot61s.-A','ray nnd their two daughters; who have
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Mlw Mary Aalor Paul, dapghlcr
of the latp J. W. Paul, u Philadel
phia niu.lll-inlMlan.ilr4, wns married
on .lime 21 lo diaries iiinn oi
Washington. Owing lo tho recent
death of her father the wcddlngvns"
a simple one, but ninny notable "per
sons wero present. The Invltntlcins
were Issued by her brother, A. J.
Drexel Paul. The oung couple will
take a linuife In llostou for the pres
ktit, ns Mr. Mnnn has n yenr yet to
complete his course nt Harvard.
When Miss Paul was Introduced lo
society something more than a year
ago her fulhcr gave a magnificent
ball, nt which 500 live llrm-llllati
buttrrfles wero u feature,
TO LADIES ONLY. The wish to bo
beautiful Js predominant In every wo-,
man, and none can say sho does not
caru whether bIio Is beautiful or not
Dr. T. Felix Gouraud't Oriental Cream
or Magical Beautlfler elicits a' clear
transparent complexion, free from Tan
Freckles, or Moth' Patches, nnd so
closely Imitating nature ns to defy
detection. It has tlui highest medical
testimony as well as professional cel
ebrities, and on Its own merits It has
become ono of tho largest and a op
ulnr specially In the trade. Fred
T. Hopkins, Sole Proprietor, 37 Or eat
.fines Street. New Yurk. For sale by
nil Druggists and Fancy Hoods Deal
ers throughout tho United States, Can
adns, nnd EuroH,
DIAZ' CRITIC FACES
TRIAL ON LIBEL CHARGE,
T is a daily necessity, because
the information it contains
concerns the life of the
the people. It is an edu
cational agency, a guide and a
constant helpmeet. Advertis
ing in a daily paper broadcasts
the knowledge of what the mer
chants can do for the people,
and the people' with their con
stant needs go" to the merchant
who gives them his knowledge.
The EVENING BULLETIN is.an example of the sure
reliance of the experienced business man in the upbuild
ing of his trade "through judicious newspaper advertising.
5 U &
FREE FOR ALL
AT RIVER STREET
Korean Gets Nose Broken
In General Melee
In n meny frce-fcr-ail goat you
pleasu scrap at thu corner of King nnd
lllvcr streets last night, John t.'orre.i,
Austin C.uy nnd Victor Martinez,
threu pegroos now He In Jail, on a.
chnrgo of assault and battery. Kim
Sung Sung, ifpon whom the assault
was committed, Is also held for Invcs
tlgatlcn, he having a very bad record.
Tho trouble, It Is stated, first com
menced at Wnjpahu, where some niter
cation took place und which terminat
ed In Cnrrca committing nn ussault on
Kim. On coming Into town Klin re
liorted tho tnalter to the isillce nnd Iu
company with Spcclul Olflcer Madelnm
sturted out to look for Corre.i. He was
located In tho Cincinnati restaurant
und ns soon ns tho two entered thu
place Crtrroa lumped up nnd with imu
crushing blow broke thu nemo of thu
Korean. Madelros then attempted ti
arrest tho negro but his friends bo
canio Interestetl nnd salting Imttles.
sugar bowls, etc., mixed In tho merry.
Shouting, striking and swearing, tho
bunch Jostled ono another into tho
street, where fortunately for Ofllcor
Madelros, ha obtained the ussUtaucii
of other officers nnd tho aforemen
tioned arrests wure men easily uiieci
They appear".! In court this morn
ing, but n continuation was granted
until Tuesday thefsuth Imrl.
Carlo Do Fornnro, a cartoonist
and wiltor living In New York, fucej
trial In that city on n chnrgo of
criminal libel preferred by Uafael It.
Espludnla, editor or El Impartial,
City of Mexico. Fornnro while on n
visit to Mexico wrote n book entitled
VDlai, Czur of Mexico," In which he
urralgned tho President and many
prominent people In. the icpubllc,
Esplndola went to Now York nnd se
cured the arrest of tho author. For
nnro declares that tho Mexican gov
ernment Is behind the prosecution.
"Henry Elwood of Cameron, Mo.,
testifying it) the International Har
vester Company ouster suit hearing
In Jeffcrhon City, Mo., said that J. I..
Dickinson of .TInu, Mo had been
(old by the International agent that
he could not handle their machines
If ho handled those of cither companies.
185 editorial room-"256 bust
nets effict. These, .re tha uiephont
nunibsfi of tht Bulletin 9ttlc.
RIFLE SHOOTING AT
FORT SHATTER BUTTS
There will ho a rlllo practice at Fort
Shatter this afternoon, and tho men
who have nunllllcd for tho final com
petition which Is to' bo bhot on, befoiii
Iho team Is selected to pi to thu
Joait, will tako part In It.
Thu men will tiro at tho COD nrds
rtugo, nnd then will do Mime, skirmish
shooting. Hurting ut Iho 00 yards ami
advancing to thu 200 ) anls range.
On Sunday thoiu will also bu sumo
practice nt Fort Shatter, and nil Iho
distances from 200 to 1000 yards will
lo shot at. Sumo good -.cores, are
looked forward to as Iho men are all
shooting In flno form Just now, nnd
tho wonderful scoro put up by Wil
liams oji (he same range, Is stirring up
tho N, 0, N, to fuilher efforts.
Ily th on est of Clio Wm Dock it
Portland, Ore., Immigrate-1 Inspector
Harbour believes hu has uuca'rtlicil
an organized baud thut hap t-piuggled
Chinese Into this country. Sim snhl
ho arrived on thu rtean er Arabia,
which has a Chinese eiev,
MIsb Mury Jlnrrlmau of New York,,
eldest da'iglifor u I. II, llnrrluiiiu,'
has puichuted ono or her fathoi'a Erie
ferry-boats and turned It Into n float
ing sanitarium for llrooklju lctlma ut
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