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I f Moy louis Joseph Vance
'Calendar" ho sfamtneroT, fryfhs to
fcTulalu, "Onlcnilnr rulil"
"I carn't 'clp wot Calendar until.
Molihe 'o illil mike an emijirpmetit
Willi you nn' juu'n- pine nir went an'
forgot the djte McMie It's l.irtt
year' nilcmlir .tuiro llilnklu' of.
You. Johntij" (tn n lout nf n lwy In
I hi group f n('iiimMii-,,jmi run nn'
ft'lrh this m'lilli'i.i.lii Wlillnkcr's for
nluetecn-slt. tk J. Mtj.-ti p. iniiv!"
"Hut" with nn effint Klrkwood
mustered up n kIhiw of dignity "urn
I to uiiderlmid." hi' xii Il us iMlinly n
In- iniilil. "tliat joti deny knowing
Oeorgi' It t'ulcnil.ir iiml his daughter
"I dou't 'nvo to I.Nten to mo. jouiig
man." Tor the tlmp the fellow dls
parilPil his clinnxy fiicctloii'tnc-n. "I'm
Wllyutn Strjker. Cnpt'n Stoker, mats
ter nn' 'arf owner of tlil-i kvspI. an'
wnt I says Vru Is law Wo dim t carry
no paoicngers. Il'yp under-taml met"
aBcrpsuhply "There ain't no iuson
l '" twirl 'ij; imilntirAc tirfpt eJmui
nymed Calendar aboard the Allytliper,
nn' netcr wnt. nn' never will hi'!"
"What naiiip dM Kr.y" Kirk
wood luiuln d
"Thin xhlpl The .111 th -it. let
tered fiom I.IvitihioI, IhmiikI finm Lon
don to Itiiiitwi-rp, In rliiKu Anythliiit
Klrkwood shnol; Ills lipid turiiln: tu
svnu the M'.iM'ape with a clnum) cure
Ah he did hi and remark) d him- Hiw
uimiii the Nueppcy liiadl.uid the hrl
limine had drawn the order whm glum
to go iihiitlt l"r the moment he uai
left nlone. wretchedly wet. slitterlng,
wan and shrunken thllil) with the
knowledge that lie had dared greatly
for nothlns I'.ut for the net fiblty nf
keeping up lefnro Strjker and his
crew ttip young man felt th.it he euuM
gladly tunc- broken down and wept for
sheer tcxutlou and dlMippnli.tinctit.
Some Utile while later htrjler again
approaclnil him. perhaps su.ijed by
aii uimu-iHlomcd Impulse r uuppis
Ion, u tilth, however, he nrtfi.lly eon
leuled. Itl.iudly Ironic, reluming to
111 Impersonation of the shopkeeper,
"Nothlnk cIm; we i-un show ou, slrS"
"I presume jou (ou.'dn't put mu
asliore."- Klrkwoml replied 1'icennntisly
In 8tiprpmedlsut the eaptalu kIiow--
ed him hU li if Is. "'lire, you." he rail
ed to one of the erew, "tyke this nwye!
Tke 'lin below nn' put Mm to bed;
give Mm n drink nn' dry Ms rlo'n.
Mcbbo VII be belter when 'e wUes
up. 'I.' don't talk sense now. that's
Inure. If you arsl; me, 1 ye 'e balmy
nn' no 'ope for Mm."
OXTItADICTOIty to the hope
ful prognosis of C.iplalu
StryLer, Ills uu.u-iredlleil pan
sencer was not better when,
after u period of oblivious rm Indell
lilte In duration. Le awoke Ills Ktib
seiiueut aaisump.tloii of listless lestKiin
tlon. of p.ieltle acirJleseeuce In the dic
tates of his iV liny, was purely do
icptlve thin lee of despair over pro
found depths nf ex.tRperatnl leljelllon.
j Overhead on the deck u heavy
tliumplui: of hurrylnc feet awoke him
to keener peneptlveness,
JudKlHK frnni the Incessant Mllln;:
unit pllclihiK of thy brlsanllne. the
criifllilni; thunder of sens upon her
I(ps.- the eldrlnh shrleSliii: of the pale,
well ni fnim the rliDrucpd croaim
nndplulnts of each Indlifdual bplt and
llailjer In the fmll fabric that housed
bis fortunes, the wind had Mrciixth-
tied materially during his hours of
fjorsetfulness, howeter many the lat
tl tuU'Iit have been.
A wild nlelit, lerialnly I'rolubly'hy
that time the little vvrtef wus u the
middle of the North ea, bound for
STIie first rolor of resentment ebblnir
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'XvJ" 'Ijs iiiou.""-L ii.-'L. liiju. i.i' "i'i m;
! ' i sTlSlfffffMBllrMsmaniM mf
fercsti-d th'an rtclled by" life prospect.
Up found that he was neither pleased
nor displeased. lie presumed that It
would be no more dltllcult to raise
money on personal belongings In Ant
werp than nnywhere else. It has been
observed that the first (lower of civ
ilization Is the rum blossom, the next
the rnnrciillniiiitlrml tlpurde-lls of the
money lender. There would be pawn
shops., then, In Antwerp, add Kirk
wood was confident that the sale or
pledge of his -net ring, senrfptn.
matchliox and cljwr i ae would prm Ide
him with money etxni'zh for n return
to Loudon by thltd class, nt the wont.
There -well, nil events were on tho
knees of the gods. He'd squirm out of
his troubles somehow. As for the
other matter, the Calendar affair, he
presumed he was well rid of It with
n sigh of regret. It had been n most
enticing tnstcry. you know, and the
woman In the case was extraordinary,
to say the lenst.
Th memory of r.ro;?iy CA!ic,".i"
made htm sigh again. And he sat up,
bumped tils head, groped round until
his hand fell upon it ilisirkiiob, opened
the door and looked out Into the
blowzy emptiness of the ship's cabin
I roper, uhnse gloomy loullues were,
t'-adi' llblo only b the rn of a
dingy and smoky lamp swinging vio
lently In gimbals from a deck beam.
Klrkwood's clothing, now rough
drhtl mid warped wretchedly out of
shape, had been thrown carelessly on
n transom near the door. He got up.
collected them mid, returning to his
berth, dressed at leisure, thinking
heavily, disgruntled In a humor as
eill as the after taste of bad brandy
In his mouth. He had slept away
some eighteen or twenty hours. Ho
fell stronger now mid bright enough
and enormously hungry Into the bar
pil'i Abstractedly, heedless of the fact
tint his tobacco would be water
Ho-ikisl and ruined, he fumbled In his
pocket for pipe and pouch, thinking
to soothe the pangs of hunger against
breakfast time. Ills pockets were
empty every one of them. He ns
slmllated this discovery In patience
anil cast nn eye about the room, to
locale. If possible, the missing prop
erty. Hut naught of his was visible.
So he rose mid tiegan a more pains
The cabin was at ome tiny, low
celled nml depresslngly gloomy, Ita
furniture consisted entirely In a ehalr
or two, supplementing the transoms
and lockers ns resting places, and n
center table coepd with a cloth of
turkey red. whose original aggressive
ness had, been darkly moderated by
libations of liquids, principally black
coffee and burnt offerings of grease
and tobacco ash l'lght bells Rounded,
and. from the cotutiH.tloti overhead, tho
watch chinged. A Utile later the com
panloliwav dour sl'iuueed open and
shut, and Captain S'nkcr fell down,
rather than dews tided. Hie teps
Without attention to ''n- American
he rolled Into the mate's room mid
roused 'hut personage. Klikwond henrd
that the name of the second In com
mind wim 'Olibs, ns well as that he
occupied the starboard stateroom nft.
After a brief exchange of comment
and Instruction Mr. 'Oubs nppeurcd tn
the shape of n walking pillar of oil
eklns. capped by a sou'wester, and
went ou deck. Rtrjker, following him
out of the stateroom, shed his own oil
ers In a cl iniliiy heap upon the lloor,
opened a locker, from which he brought
forth a bottle nnd n dirty glass, and,
turning toward the table, for the first
time became sensible of Klrkwood's
i "Off, there you are. elgh. little bright
eyes!" ho exclaimed, with surprised an
imation. "(tood morning, Captain Btryker,"
said Klrkwood, rlslns. "I want to tell
Hut Strykcr waved one (treat red
paw Impatiently, with the effect of
sweeping aside and casting Into tho
discard Klrkwood's Intended speech of
thanks. Sor would he hear him further.
"Did you 'nve a nice little impj" he
Interrupted. "Come up bright an'
smllln', elgh? Now I guess" the em
phasis made It clear that the captain
believed himself to be employing an
Americanism, nnd so successful was
he In his own esteem that he could not
resist tho temptation to Improve uwii
the Imitation "iin-ow I guess jeou're
nbaout right ready, ben't ye, to hev u
I "No, thank you," said Klrkwood,
mulling tolerantly. "I've cot any
amount of appetite."
i "'Ave you, now?" Shryker dropped
his mimicry ami glanced -at the clock.
"Ureakfast," tic announced, "will be
served In the myuo dlnlu' saloon at
eyght a. m. rasHlngcrs Is requested
not to be lyte nt lytic.''
Depositing tho bottle on the said ta
ble, (ho captain searched until ho
found another class for Klrkwood mid
. "Do you good," he Insinuated, push
ing the bottle gently out.
"No, thank you," reiterated Klrk
wood shortly, a little annoyed.
Strykcr seized his own glass, ponied
out a strong man's dose of tho Scry
concoction, gulped It dow'u nnd sighed.
Then with n i:hi"ee at the American's
by the Robbs-Merrlll Co.
woebeeonc countenance, no irwa em
The fumes of burning shag sharp
ened the tooth of desire. Klrkwood
stood It as long as he could, then sur
rendered with nn "If you've got any
more of that tobacco, captain, I'd be
glad of a pipe."
An Intensely contemplative expres
sion crept Into the captain's small lluo
"I only gut one other pyper of this
'ere 'baccy." he announce at length,
"an' I carn't get no more till I gets
'ome. I simply couldn't' part with If
hunder 'arf n quid."
Klrkwood settled back with a hope
less lift of hts shoulders. Abstractedly
Rtryker puffed the smoke his way
until he could endure the deprivation
"I had about 10 shillings In tn;
pocket when I came aboard, captain,
and a few other articles."
"Ow, yes; so you 'ad, now you men
Strykcr ruse, ambled Into his room
and returned with Klrkwood' posses
sions and a fresh paper of shag.
While the young man was hastily Ail
ing, lighting nnd Inhaling the first
strangling but delectable whiff the
captain solemnly counted Into tils own
palm nil Hie loose change except three
large pennies. Tho latter he shove.',
over to Klrkwood In company with a
miscellaneous assortment of articles,
which the American picked up piece
by piece nnd began to bestow about
hts clothing. When through he aat
back, troubled and disgusted. Strykcr
met his regard blandly.
"Anything I can do?" he Inquired, la
"V.liy, thtrt was a black peari
"W'y, don't you remember? Ton
pile that to me, 'count of me 'avlu'
ywd yer life. 'Twns mo throwed you
thut line, ou know."
"Oh." commented Klrkwood briefly.
The pin hud been among the most val
uable mid cne-llnd of his belongings.
"Yes." nodded the cuptnln In remi
niscence. "You don't remeiulier? Like
ly 'twas the I randy Hlugln' tn yer 'ead
lou pusucs li lino my anus nimosi
wccptif. ou wns an' sez. sex you.
Ptryker.' you sez. 'tyke this In trlflln'
I toklnir of mv L-nill"licMsl: I wouldn't
hlusult you.' you se' 'by hi'ffertir you
ninucy. but this I urn ItisM on yer
acceptln', nn nu refusal.' says you."
"Oh." repealed Klrkwood.
"If I for an Instant thought you
wasn't solx-r when you done it But
no: ou'r a gent. If there ever was
one. nu' I'm not the man to offend
Captain Siryker thoughtfully meas
ured out ii second drink, limited only
by the capacity of the tumbler, en
gulfed It noisily and got up.
"flucss I'll be turnlu' In." he vol
unteered affably, ynwulng and stretch
ing "I was about to ask you to do me a
sen lee." bean Klrkwood.
"Yes?" with the rising Inflection of
Klrkwood quietly produced his cigar
cuo, a gold matchbox, gold cardcase
nnd slipped a signet ring from his fin
ger. "Will jbu buy these," he asked,
"or will you lend me 5 and hold
them ns security?"
Strykcr examined the collection with
exaggerated Interest strongly tinctured
with mistrust. "I'll buy 'em." he of
fered eventually, looking up.
"That's kind of you"-
"Ow. they ain't much use to roe. tut
Hill Stryker's ullus wlllln to accom
modate a friend. Four quid, you
"They ain't wuth over four to me."
"Very well. Make It four," Kirk
wood assented contemptuously.
The captain swept the articles Into
one capacious (1st, pivoted on oue beet
at the peril of his neck and lumbered
unsteadily off to his room. Pausing at
the door, he turned back In Inquiry.
"I sye, 'ow did you come to get the
Impression there was a party named
Almanack aboard this weasel?"
"'Ae It er own wye," Btryker con
Then- Isn't. Is there?"
"You 'curd me."
"Then," said Klrkwood sweetly, "I'm
sure you wouldn't be Interested."
The captain pondered this at leisure.
"You seemed pretty keen nboht sceln'
Mm," be remarked conclusively.
"Seems to me 1 did 'ear the nj'iue
sumn'eres afore." The captain ap
peared to wrestle with au obdurate
memory. "Owl" he triumphed.. "I
know. 'H was a chap up Manchester
wye. Kec(vr in a loonatlc asylum 'e
was. That yer party?"
"So" JllJit .KlrkwojMl.wearlly. J..
(To be Continued.)
Two women and one chlU.1 uro said
o hne been bitten by reptiles nt u
iellgloujneetltiK in Hutchinson,
Kan. Authorities aie puwcrlets to
prevent the lellgluus Bert fiotu
handling the tnakca uulesu death ru
...fti:.V-- aeaait. IU. i t- MkrJ.ArttUk- t2 St iX. AJifel A
John W. Farwell nnd Miss Edith
Smith were married In San Francisco
on July 13 and aro now enjoying n
wedding tour befofo their return to
Honolulu tho middle of August. Mr.
Y'nrwcll Ib tho manager of tho insur
ance ilepaitment of tho Henry Water
house Trust Co. and Miss Smith was
formerly connected with that business
house, Tho woddlng was a quiet nf
fair, taking placo Immediately after
Mr. Fnrwoll's arrival from the Islands,
Mr. Frank E. Thompson, with ten
others, atppped tor a few minutes at
Halelwai white' thoy were making the
trip, around the Island, Among the
paity.wcro the Harry Macfarlanes, the
Misses Mattarjane, Mrs. Fall-child, the
Hlghsjand MfV Potter.
f.yon and kattjerlne Paris 'spent tho '
Week-end at Halelwa. rMlss Paris eel-
mm. uoriBj!, raris. Airs. vm. u.
cbrated.her thirteenth birthday while
HinM.'iill.lt-nH '0.....1.... !., .l.n .l.f I
ihviu, iiu uii ouiiuu IIIKIIL mu V1IC1
mado a birthday cake for her with the
thirteen lighted candies on it, which
was a surpriso lo Miss Paris when it
was put upon the table.
Sunday Is llalelwa's day and there
Is 'always a large number of onto par
ties there for lunch. Many of Die Wal
nluS '-people, go there for dinner Sun
day nights, enjoying the tittle gaiety
amid .the plantation life. Mr. Fred T.
Williams entertained a company of
the plantation folk last Sunday,
Among -tho auto parties during the
week at Halelwa, were tho Rontons of
Ewa, on Wednesday, and tho P. C.
Jones on Thursday. '
Lieut, Philip II. Sheridan gave a
dinner for seven at Halelwa last even
ing, all motoring down from Lolleluia.
The FrencB'-Cpnsul, Mons. Mcnant,
and wife, returned' to Honolulu today
after ten daya at Halelwa.
The engagement Is nnnouueed of
Thomas .K. Nulilwa to Miss Esther
Purdy, daughter of William Purdy of
Hamakua.. Mr. Nahlwa Is one of the
most successful of tho Hawaiian-American
teachers In the employ of the
Board of Public Instruction, having
recently been In charge of the Days
Home at Kallhl, Tho woddlng will
take place next month.
Mrs. W, M. Uenham.of Cincinnati, Is
the guest' this week of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox of Kauai,
who have been at the' Alexander Young
hotel for n few days, returned lo their
home on the W. O. Hall Thursday af
ternoon. Mr, Abraham I.uwls, Jr. was an out
going pas's'engcr on the1, &auna Loa
Tho Misses Soper left on the Manna
Kea ou Tuesday for a trip to the Vol
cano. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1- Gordon enter
tained Mr. Mclnerny at dinner Thurs
day evening at tho Atoxander Young
Dr. Ulackman and family, guests at
tho Moana hotel, went up to Hllo dur
ing the week to visit the Volcano,
Miss Jnno Hinds, sister ft Mrs. R.
W. HlndB, ami her friend Miss Edna
Cottrell, who havo been spending sev
eral weeks In tho Islands, departed
Tuesday on tho Marama. They are
both accomplished musicians and Miss
Hinds was fascinated with tho Ha
waiian ukulele and learned to play it
with great skill. After a few' days at
the Seattle Jalr the young ladles will
return to their home In Ban Francisco.
Mr, Carl Du Roi was nn outgoing
passenger on tho Korea on .Wednes
day, w ,
Mr. and Mrs, Ifarry K, I.owls re
turned from Hawaii on the Manna Kea
Miss Allco lloini of Kohala won the
second prize in the Damon rhetorical
contest at Kohala.
Mrs. F. A. Scliaefer and Miss Sclmef
cr are leaving Monday to spend thq
summer on tho othor Islands,
Roy, J. T. Jones and wlfo returned
Tuesday n the Manna Loa from a
trip to the other Islands.
, A pleasant sociable was given Wed
nesday evening by F.W. Evo'rton arid
hi wlfo at their Walklkl homo. Tho
gnosts wero Mr. and Mrs. Mlnchln'nnd
Mrs. Wright und daughters,- who
leave Saturday for Australia.
Mr. A, F, Cooke arrived Thursday
morning on the Alameda,
Mis. Theo. F. Lansing iettuml to
Honolulu last wetit, utter epwdlns
several weeks on Hawaii. I
Honolulu has leason to be proud of
two of her cllliens. Mr. Paul-Wlthlng-
. ... , .,' i. . . .-' ' t. .VV-. -, ' '
ton and Mr, L. Withlngton, who were
members of the Ilarvard'crew, which
won tho (ituiual rowing race between
Harvard Varsity Eight and the Yale
University. Mr. L, Withlngton 're
turned to Honolulu yesterday on the
Lurllno to spend his vacation here,
Japanese Consul Uyeno gave a de'
llghtful dinner at the Alexander Young
Hotel Tuesday evening, entertaining
six prominent Japanese of Honolulu.
The tablo was very prettily decorated
with a targe vase .of carnations and
maidenhair ferns, , and was. lighted by
prettily shaded e'le'c'ttte. " lights In t
Bllver candteabra. '
Mr. Richard Oosllng bf Theo. II.
navies ft Co, Ltd., was a departing
passenger on the'Wsrama. He goes
on a vacation, and will first visit ihe
Alaska-Yukon-Paclfle Exposition tHcn
proceed to Europe, where ho will
spend several weeks with relatives and
Mr, Henry O. Danford, chief book
keeper of the Oahu Sugar Company at
Walpahu plantation, and his family,
have taken the McLcnnon cottage at
Walklkl for a month's vacation so
journ. A delightful literary program and
musical was given Saturday evening at
the Seaman's Institute,. In honor of
Mrs. A, E Wright and daughters, of
Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Mln
chin .were tho hosts, asststod by Su
crintendent Everton and his wife, of
the Institute. About thirty peoplo en
Joyed tho affair. Mrs. Wright and
daughters are the guests of Mrs. Ever
ton, and leavo on the Aorang for llrls
bano on July 24,
Mrs. J, A. Hopper and the Misses
Hopper wero outgoing passe igers on
the Korea. s
Mrs. A J, Olety and her ion. Mr.
Paul C. Olcsy, who hate been doml
clledJit the. Moana hotel since the end
of Mn), departed Wednesday on the
Korea for their home In Portland, drc
gan. Thcv nro relatives of Mrs. Mllo
Milton Potter of Los Angeles.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Henry Foster Dutton
ire among tho San Franciscans who
find tho Peninsula Hotel a delightful
resting placo. Mrs. W. P. Morgan
and Miss Ella Morgan aro spending the
season -there. Call.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Fostei Dutton
were hosts at a bowling parly during
their sojourn nt the Peninsula Hotel.
.Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sprcckcls are
stopping a few days nt Ihe Tavern.
Most of their time Is spent with Mrs.
Spreckels' sister, Mrs. Moult, who,
with her family, Is domiciled In her
lake home for tho Bummet Chronicle.
Mrs. William 0. Irwin and Mls
Hclcne Irwin have been 111 Pails await
ing the arrlvul of Mrs. Irwin's sister
Mrs. Edward Moore Robinson of Phil
adelphia. Their next destination Is
to be Carlsbad, where Mrs, C. A.
Spreckels, will meet the travelers. Also
at Carlsbad uro Mr, and Mrs, Freder
ick Sharon and Miss Florenco Breck
Mrs, B. P. Brodle of Ban Francisco,
who Is staying with -her children nt
Del Monte, recently entertained at
dinner Mr, and Mrs. R. J, Woods, Miss
Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Cuyler Leo, Pro
feasor R. E. Altardlce and Mr. I.ang
stroth. The place at table wero
marked with name cards and beautiful
carnations from the Del Monte con.
Bervatortce. Dr. infl Mrs. Brodle,
whose home Is now In Michigan, are
expected the first of August, and will
remain In Honolulu- about ten days,
MrB. Brodle was formerly Mrs, Tubbj
of San Francisco.
Miss Florence Yarrow was a depart
ing passenger on tho Marama, having
been called East by the serious Illness
of her mother,
Mrs. Helen Ivertf Is a guest at Wal
klkl, visiting Mr. W; O. Irwin nt his
bcautirul beach residence
Mr, and Mrs. Alexander 0, Hawea.
Jr., are comfortably settled for two
months in the home of Mr, Carl Wal
ters, manager of Hutchinson p!anta
tlon, 'ut Naalchu, Hawaii,
Mr. and Mrs. Noel I'aton will leavo
Bhortly, for a trip to Australia, to btt
present at tho races.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Ernest WatcrhouBe ex
poct;to return to their Nuuanu'resl.
donee next week; they havo been oc-
cupylng Qovetnor Cleghorh's house ou
the beach for a fow weeks,
Mr. Milton Goldsmith and his sis
ter, Miss Corlnne Qoldsmlth, were ar
rivals Friday on tho Alameda. Thoy
will remal.i In Honolulu about a month
and aio staying at tho Young hotel
"Alnalnu," the beautiful Walklkl
residence of ex-Governor Cleghorn, Is
one of tho most attractive spots in Ho-
for InfaTttt and'Chlldren.
Save the Babies.
INFANT MORTALITY Is something frightful. We can hardly reallte
that of all the children born In.clvllUed countries, twenty-two per cent., 'or
nearly one-quarter, die before they reach one rear thirty-seven per ccnt,,"'or
more than one-third, before they are five,' and one-half before they are fifteen t
We do. not hesitate to say that s timely use of Castor! would save majority
of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these Infantile
deaths are occasioned by the uso of norcotio preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothing syrups told for children's complaints contain more or lets opium, or
morphine. They are, In considerable quantities;' deadly poisons. In any quantity,
they stupefy, rttard Circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria
operntss exactly the reverse. It causes tho blood 'to1 circulate properly, opens the
pore of Ihe tkin and allays fever, '
The Sm S7t, r gaarsuiteet genuine
lure of JMZTiicAutt Cststorlst '
rnyiioiani n.eoommena uaiioriBi
"I ktv utd roar Cutoff la esse of colic In
ChlMira uA b found It the bcit medicine of lu
klndoaUemukeu" J. K. Sisrtos, M. U.,
"A medicine to Tiloeble end bcneScltl for chil
dren w roof Ceetoete It dceenree the hlgbett prtlee.
1 lad It la ut tTtrjwbcre."
J. 8. Atsiisms, V, D
. Omiiit, Nib.
"Heet Md joar Cutotl on Ttrlon occtelont
la euluble cwet end heft found It p'ettUble eu.t
ffleleat luttltt, eeDKltll In tbe verlont dlteeeM
orcaudbood." i '
Cai. Idwhh OiSDlstii, M. D.,'
Children Cry. Tor Flot&her't Cantor. .
In Use For Over 30 Yea,rt.
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, . ESmEmmMLl&i no i.al
iCVfcMKssH VeThrO'clodtv 1
means all-day speed no mid-afternoon - fatigue. It
means more worlc from given amount of energy
increased outputs-decreased "tost otV typewriting to
the employer. " Let us give you demonstration of
this and other Monarch advantages. ' '
THE MONARCH TYPEWRITER COJVjPANY
WALL. NICHOLS CO.. EXCLUSTTB AGENTS.
riaacutlvt Olllce i JOO Broadway. New Vark
nolulu. It has a fascination not only
for tho 'stranger nnd ttnirlsts, hut for
tho Honollilu peoplo as well, and its
hospitabto ho.U likes nothing hotter
than to entertain; ho Is only happy In
shailng tli'j heaiitlful Bcenery with nth
era und making them feel ut home
Scarcely a day pisses that itucBts are
not InvlteJ for u cup of tea In the af
ternoon, when tho grounds uro cool
and shady and a delightful hrcozo is
blowlnt; from tho mountains. On Fri
day Governor Cleghorn entertained
Mrs. John S. McCruw, her niece, Miss
Elizabeth Iiardaway of Cincinnati, O.;
Mrs. Klngrley U. Hale and Mrs. It ni
sei of Colaiado Springs, who are guests
at the Moana hotel.
Mr, and Vrs. Mian Judd and child
arrived yesterday on the Alameda and
were 'welcomed by a number of tho
Judd family on the wharf, Thoy aro
the guests of Mr, Judd's mother, Mrs.
A. Francis Judd.
Mr. J, II. Ilertsc.ho, the successful
mnnagcr of tho Alexander Young and
Monua hotels, returned on tho Ala
meda from a'dollghtful vacation of two
months on the coast.
Ono o ftbo most enjoyable affairs of
tho week was tho delightful danco glv-eiV-at
the Plcasanton lust .evening by
Mrs. Elizabeth 1'. Savcry, of Phil
adelphia, In honor of Miss Allco and
Miss Ethel' Spalding. Tho spacious
rooms and hallways with their perfect
hardwood Doors made an ledal place
for dancing, and the attractive decora
tions of flowers nnd palms made the
sapne a particularly beautiful one.
Tho younger society people predomin
ated and spent a delightful evening
dancing until the small hour of Die
morning. Delicious refreshments wero
served du.-lng n pleasing intermission.
The Invited guests were! Tho Misses
Allco Macfarlaue, Cordelia Oilman,'
Dorothy Mosher, Harriot Hatch, Allco
Hodemann, Harriet Young. Alice
Cooke,,Noru Bturgenn, Margaret Vut-
ei house, Eleanor Watcrhousq, , Sara
Lucos, Helen Olrvln, Ueatrlce' Castlo'
Jestlo Kennedy, Kenny Cutton, Mar
garet uuuon, ireno jaegnr, GcnoWuvo
Lsngton, (lemma Wadiunn, M. Wud.
man, Dorothy Wood, Irmn llullentynn
Katherlno Stevens, Al'lco Hopper, Mar
gaiet Peterson, Ella Wight, D. A.
Smallwood, Eunice Pratt, Ida Kopke,
Vern Damon, Blanche Boper, Mile.'
Clrns, Dculrlco Holdsuorth, Itoso and
rP. A-..M ,X, r .
M9S r-WCl. Jj
Culorlt It nod for chlMte n and I freonentlr
prttcrlbt II, tad lwayt obtain Um deatred reeult."
F. Osaaw Btirtsan, it, D ,
Buffilo, If. Y,
" 1 bae preacflbtd Caetorla lo f emtllee for MTtrel
yeart. II It ill rlibt. Motben Ilk It, for children
will take II lUunt any trouble."
' BU Louie, Jao.
" Tonr Caetorla It a iplendld remedy for children,
known the world over,1 JC nee It la my practice and
here no bcelunry I recommending It for tho ton
plalnla nt 1st ante and children."
Josephine McClelland, Helen North;
also Mr. I und Mis.- Chester Living
stone, Mr, and Mrs.-1 Lawrence Judd,
Mr. and Mis. H. H.-Lone, Mr, und Mir.
K.'p, DulBonberK, Cnpt. and Mr. C. P.
Keen, Mr. und Mrs. lllcliard lvcrs, Mr.
aniKMrs. I.owls, Lientennuts How en,
U. S. A.; noRers, ti. S. A.; Chilton, U.
S. A.; Kllcore, U. S. M. C; Moscs.'U.
S. M. C; and Messrs. J, J, Page,
George Isenberg, W, O. Irwin, Uinsliu
Mlzner, CJenklns, Percy Clegliorn, A,
IV .Clark, Edward Hedomanu, Erlig
Hedcmann, Kn'rrar, L. Ilcnton, G, Ren
ton, the Messrs. Cation, the Messrs. J
Drown, "Sonny" Macfarlano, Herbert
Dovsett, Arthur Macintosh, Will War
ren, George Warren, Jack Young, H. '
White, C. White. Walter Rycroft, llob
lnnun, Ollchrist Hatch, Robeil MtCor.
rlston, F, Wlchmari, Oeorgo Fuller, A.
Walker, .Kred ' Iiwry, A. Lowry, S.
Lowry, G.'Whllney, Thompson, S. Ken
nedy, Severance,, the Messrs. Short ami
Mr. and Mrs. Spauldlng, Mr. and Mr.
Sutton and others.
A Jolly stag dinner was given by Mr.
Cecil Brown Thursday evening nt his
homo, In Kaplolanl Park. There wero
ptescntiMr, Lansing Mlzner, Mr. Rich
ard Kers, aovernor' Cleghorn, nnd -Slg.
' w ;
Mrs. Castle. Coleman and Miss Cio.tn
have issued invitations for un In
formal dancing partyat.'the CuhIIh
kindergarten Monday ovenlnt; next.
In honor of Miss Morln, Miss Hajnea,
MUa Hunllng and Miss Dewey,
M.r. nnd Mrs. Hcdemann aro giving
a turgo h.ill at tho Moana hotel Tues
day, August thlrti; for" their daughter,.
Miss Allco..,. ., , ,
Kir. and irs. Richard Ivers enter
tallied Informally at dinner ou Thurs
day uvenliiK ut tholr-chuimlng homa
'h nlt'... lllll-
lil I.UI11-KU Jlllis,
Mrs, 0. B,Voodv4oft hurriedly last
wcok'ffu- Matjl, piPacqount'of the 111
ness of .her srfn, Sandford.- '
r tf ,
1(r, W. 0. Jrwlu, who Iiuh been ipilto
111, "for tho 'past week, is now on. tho
I food to recoyery;- '
Li tl" - " i
. fjrs Wlddlfleld of Hllo Is visiting
Mrs. Harry Lewis ut her homo on Ke
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