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rfEVENlNti BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY. JULY 21, 1909.-
We are making; Great
Preparations fpr our
Corner, Fort and Beretania
Opposite Firo Station
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Annual Clearance Sa!
Opposite Fire Station
WHBN n new puzzle 1 begin,
How eagerly I take my
And fit' the 'first few pieces in
- Willi deftness that Is hard
. " I to beat.
. Hut ah; 'tis not an easy feat, '
As I discover' to my' cist. '
And I .exclaim .In angry heat,
"I'm sufefeome pieces must be lost!"
Perhaps Jt.JaUwllcd,i "At the Iim,"-I)
And yokel sit around, and eat; I I
Ifcannoti find the burgher's chin
Nor' head-dress of the barmaid (
There'sonly half a dish of meat,
And'of this curtain, gold-embossed,
i.The top Is missing! I repeat:
"I'm Buro t-omo pieces must'be lost!"
But doggedly I work to win,
' Thc'flgures now my glad eyes'Rreot.
What 'I had thought a violin
.' Turns out to be a sheaf of wheat!
iYct by my fingers Indiscreet
The few" remaining bits arc tossed,
-1 cry out though tho end comes
"I'm sure some ileccs must be lost!"
Fortune! Your favor I entreat,
' My puzzling fate your lines have
I -sigh when llfo seems Incomplete,
"I'm suro sumo pieces' must be lost!"
Carolyn Wells In Harper's Weekly,
Women and Wanhipi.
BOSTON, Mass., July 11. Why
are the Wives' of American officers
barred 'from battleships?
'. This question, which has puzzjed
the fair sex for years, has at last
been answered by the wife of Amer
ican's foremost naval officer, Mrs.
Roubcrt D. Evans, wife of the admi-
ral. who was in Boston recently on!who , at tne 8t FrnncU wlth ner
her way to Bar Harbor for the sum-1 motheri Mu, c. 0. Berger, und her
mr, who has let out the secret of.coiw,n Mw Ace Mttcfttrne of Ho.
the mysterious regulation and hus noiu.
torn now one oi ner own sez, in uo-
tug a humane act, brought about tho
uarner oi women .rom wunmips. .
Some years ago Mrs. Evans ac-
companled her husband, who was
thfen In fommand of a warship, on a
crulse'-ln 'tropic waters. While In
one of the Latin American ports the
Wife of an officer wbb Beated on deck
one ovening enjoying me - urewe
when fi man crept out of the com
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
Dl. T. FELIX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREiH OX MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
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ACC4&I 00 COUBUP
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Mr of Ilia kut
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will tb j,
klu pr.j.4ii lorn Pj rail tr 1 ""m!l.
tfooi lltlf l U UbI4 SUlu, C.d.J
I situ rauvr
IUI).T.IWUK,ffc 3 Ijiul i.m SIM iw!
before her. He pleaded ho was a
wronged and defeated South Ameri
can revolutionist and begged for
protection. Bhe finally consented to
hide him in the ship's hold.
Utile realizing; the international
complications which hung upon her
action, she was convinced tha she
had done a good deed. This, convic
tion lasted, however,, no longei' tbun
the. next'day, when, far out at sea,
the hidden desperado was found by
one of the ship's crew,
"How did he get aboard?" was the
instant Inquiry. . ,
That someone had assisted him
nnd thnt consequently thero was a '
traitor aboard one of Uncle Sam's
battleships, was the Immediate con
Then tho frightened and shame
faced "traitor'.' appeared and told
her Btory. The facts,- even though
they Involved, the wife of an officer,
wre at once sent to Washington.
Then theie wai i mighty outcry.
Much red tapo was unwound and
heated discussions at tho Navy De
partment were held. And finally
the authorities made the rule ban
ishing women from warships.
Thero is a subdued murmur now
and then about new engagements
which are not yet supposed to be
matter for public discussion, and un
der these conditions any reference
to tho romantic seciet Is promptly
discourages by the suspected twain,
says tho San Francisco Call of July 17.
The brlde-eleot in trdth Is rather, a
coy young ,person until her betroth
ul has becomo an' established fact so
cially, and then the felicitations are
tho kind that continue even unto tho
wedding and afterward.
Tho particularly bride eloct'Just now
Is social favor Is Miss Minna Berger,
. ,.. enenirement to
aeorgo L nrown of Honolulu has
been announced, and the fair
brde to bc , n ,,, cty for the
purcnase of her trousseau and In-
cluen,aly a vlBlt wUh ner friends.
sho waB educn,C(, nera alld has a wldo
ncquantance. Her wedding will be
an event of Decembcr in this city.
ahe .. nn n.tractiV8 Biri. hlehlv ac-
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compllshed and very popular here
and In the Islands. She Is a "cousin
of Miss 'Alice Macfarlane and of her
brother, Harry Macfarlane, who
married Miss Polly Dunn, bb society
Her stay here, which possibly may
continue until the date set for the
weddlng.wlllbenfurked by any num
ber of pleasant affairs in 'her honor
as a bride elccl. tnst evening sho
shared the compliments at' a dancing
party given by, Miss Erna St. Goar
at tho summer home of the'jiostess
InltoBS. Miss Be'rcer, Miss .Alice Mac-
fat lane and also'Mtes Margaret Scott
of Toronto w'ers the guests .of honor.
The dancing party given last eve
ning by Miss St, Goar for her trio
of complimented guests was a do-
llghtful affair given at tho couutryono of the best authorities on Otlentul
It vill be a Record-Breaker
Watch for Announcement
CHATTER sse HOME
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry St.
Goar, und was enjoyed 1iy over 40
young M30plc from this city,' Ross
and Ban Rafael. The dancing wna
out of doors, and the grounds were
Illuminated with scoies of Japnnese ze tho fact thai' China has great les
lanterns, while the supper nnd other sons to' tench tho'rost of tho world,
accessories of the party were in true . H
country stylo. Miss Scott Is a house When the Maraina sailed for Vic-
guest of the hostess, and it is prob-'torla
able that 'Miss Macfarlaiib may pans
part 'of Iho summer Jn he' amc
. 4 f l
i A certain iady In Pari gljej per.
tcxllcat dinners, at which assemble
most of tho best-known wits -and. lit-
ernil of tho day, Thu ru)e of the man-
slon. Is that while one port-on din
courses, no Interruption whntevur can
bo permitted, It Is said that Mr. Ke
nan onco attended one of, those dinners,'-
and, being In excellent vein,
talked without a break during the
whole repast. Toward the end of the
dinner, a guest was heard to com
mence a sentence; but he was Instant
ly silenced by the hostess. After they
had left thu table, however, sha gl
once informed tiio extinguished lndl
vlduiil that, as Mr, Ilenann had now
finished his conversation, shu would
gladly hear what he had to' say. The
guest modestly declined; the hostess
Insisted. "l am certain It was some
thing of consequence," she said. "Alas,
mndamo," ho answered, "it was, In
deed; but, now It Is loo latui I should
lmyo liked a little moro of' that Iced
Miss Id t I.. Bullou of San Francisco
was awarded a sllv?r loving cup ul j
conventiou of the short story writers
of tho coast In Callfonifu hall on tho
university campus at Berkeley yestei
day afternoon as the u'llhor of tho
best poem by a Western writer In the
last year. Tho poem Is entitled "lu
the Gloaming." George Oreatht-art of
San Francisco was awarded thu prlzo
of a set of Joaquin Miller's works for
tho best thort story, a lovo-tale en
titled "Uncaged." President Wheeler
of the Statu university, In his address
of welcome, declared thnt comiioHltion
was superior to stereotyiied study of
language and that thd Bliort story was
calculated, to bring out thu best in
young writers and Btudeuts of lan
guage Herbert Bashford of San Joso
paid tribute to Frank Norrls, Hoi man
Whltaker, Jack Loudon, Miss Ina 1,.
Coolbrlth, Wallaco Irwin, Will Irwin,
Charles Keeler, Eleanor Gates, It. W.
Tully, James Hopper, Fred Bechtold
nnd many otheis. nxamlner.
To tho greut icgiet of a largo num
ber of people, Consul General Wilder
of Shanghai, Was unublo to deliver lls
address, on China before tho Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce. Tho stilct
qunrantlno malntalhcd while thu Ko
rea was In iKirt, prevented any of tho
passenger.! from landing here hut Dr.
Wilder very kindly allowed his lucturu
to be published by the newspaper!!.
Tho address teemed wth tellable lu
foimatlon and ruvcalcd a cateful study
of existing conditions in the Fur East
as observed by u thoughtful and studi
ous mind. Dr. Wilder Is considered
affairs, a firm believer In the future
of China and her 'undoubted progress,
ho considers the field a splendid win
for 'merchant oi teacher, and keeks
with enthuslasni'to make others real'
Tuesday afternoon, carrying
nway many pfomWnt society iicoj)Iy.j,ilcr '0f Honolulu iicoplu oh tho Con-
n' goodly gatherlbg of maids nnd r?i tlnent. lie took a llhlno steamer ut
atlves were on the wharf to spco.l
'ho travellers happily on their way, by
showering them with els and gifts ga
lore. Mrs. Mist, Miss Mist nnd Mr
Hobert Mist were passengers, as weiu
also Chief Justice Hurtwul), his ilitiv.li
tor. Mrs. A. T. Hnrtwcll, and his lltlli'
granddaughter, rI.ady, Heron, with her
daughter, Mrs, Stanley, and four xrand
children, left for Victoria, where Mrs
Stanley will remain six mojitlis. Lady
Heron goes on to England for a visit
taking the young daughter of Mrs.
Stanley with her. Dr. Temiest Ander
sen, tho brilliant scientist, was like
wise a departing passenger.
A very dainty luncheon on Wednes
day was that of Mrs. Charles Wilder,
at her artistic home on l'cnsacolu
street. Luncheon' was sered In the
attractive dining room, n graceful vus
of lovely nhlto loses banked with
maidenhair fern making a charming
centrepiece for thu table. The place
cauls were ery pietty, representing
dainty scenes in fascinating Japan.
Mrs. Wm. C. Wilder assisted in mak
ing the occasion a pleasant ouo for
the following guests; Mrs. I'uul I sen
beig. Mrs. Wight, Mrs. Dunning, Mrs,
Wadhams, MrS. rtliur Berg, Miss
Schaofer, Mrs, Humphreys, Mrs. Sam
Wilder, Miss Alexander, and MJss
A very enjoyable birthday party was
tendered Miss Alexandria Strauch at
her home on Vineyard street on Mon
day evening. Tho ovening was Bpen(,
In playing1 games, music and dancing
Refreshments wero served In the lat
ter part of the cvouing. All thoso
present weiu the Misses Wllhelmliin
Strauch, Helen Uushuell, Molly Moss
man, Wlnnlfiod Brash, lluth Bertel
maim and Messrs Edward' Stacker,
ltlchard Mossman, Arthur Myhre, Dan
iel Neal, Henry Carter, Frank Alter
barb, Douglas Mossma'n und Mr. and
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iiii, .un un,
To tho uellght of their many fi lends
In Honolulu, Cuptulil Wilbur and Mrs,
Wilbur, nee Miss Mamie Wldilllleld
wllljurrivo on the 13th of August. Ca
tuln Wllbuils to bo stationed hero and
they will occupy' tho house belonging
to Mr. and Mrs. Juck Lucas. Mrs. Will
dlflold, Mrs. Wilbur's mother, came
down from Illlo on the Maunn Kea to
urraime the house for the reception
of tbi travellers. Mrs. Byron Balrd
will mute to Honolulu to lslt her lis
ter, us soon as she nn Ives.
Mrs. Mctlicw entei tallied, at dinner
at her beautiful -1101110 on Luualilo
street Tuesday acnlng. Tho dinner
table, attiacllvely decorated with red
carnations and feathory ferns, was set
on tho tool and spacious lunal, with
tho background of potted palms und
hunglug baskets, making u cliarnilm;
effect. Ilefldes Ur. nnd Mrs. McCiiew
und their guest. MIhh Hardawny. there
weie nreiunt Mr. und Mrs. M. 1'. I'los-
ni- .lml!i. t'.-rrv mill Mr. mid MrH. i
Mr w A Ijivi wlici t trnvclllnir In
turntui nrllnu tllllt lu. Illlft tlll't a tllllll- I
Bingen nnd on board jnet.Mr. Lanz of
Schacfcr & Co., Captain Ahlborn, and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilenjcs on the way to
Wiesbaden. At u hotel III Homo he
met Mr. nnd Mrr. Hanuuerg. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Anton Crdpp, Mis. Charles 11.
Cooper nml Mis. Cornwcll.
Lust Saturday ufternoon Miss IMua
Henry gac u delightful joung girls'
party at her Island home, Moanalua.
A Jolly boat ride on tho lake with Buy
nold McGruw nnd Crll Damon nt tho
oirs, wus n pleasant feature of the af
ternoon. The guests weie Itutli lllch
ards, Margery Oilman, Fannie HiKigs,
Mart 1m McChesney nnd Dora Atwater.
Miss Vera Damon, assisted In enter
taining thu guests.
Mrs. Jordan's luncheon on Mond'iy
was u ery pretty ".ItnV, tho table be
ing attructho with vases of pansles
nnd ferns, while tho drawlngnoom
was a mass of gorgeous yellow bios
some. Mrs. Jordan and Miss Joidan
had as their guests: Mrs. Stubhs, of
London. L'uglnnd: Mrs. Bottomle),
Miss Kllzabcth 'llardaway, Mrs. Alex.
Lindsay and Mrs. Hoffman.
"Picture l'uzzllug" Is certainly the
very latest fud in Honolulu society.
Young and old, rich and poor, wise and
foolish Bpend hours trying to fit the
mischievous pieces of 'wood together
properly, but oer and over again, they
fall to make them lit, and ,so they ex
claim. nB did Carol) 11 Wells, "I'm sure
sniiio pieces must be lost!"
Miss milliard of Han 1'randsco, nnd,
Miss Jones of llcikeley, were guests
of Mrs, Campbell of I'liiineuu last
week. The oung ladles are touring
tho islands and expect to see most of
thu places of Interest before lenWug
for home. They returned to Honolulu
by the Claudltiti 011 Wednesday. Maul
Mr. W. G. Irwin, Mr, Lansing Mlz
ner and Mr, and Mrs. Itlchaid leis
will leawi shortly for a llttlo visit In
Hawaii. Mr. Irwin and Mr, hois will
ninko their annual visit to their plan
tation, and Mrs. hers, who has novcr
seen that sldu of the island, will ac
Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy an I
children went by automobile thu early
pirt of just week, from the Volcano
House to Naalehu llnwail, where they
",'eiu entertained at luncheon In a de
lightful maniiei by Mis, Alex, 0.
'A Jolly party departing on tho Ko
rea consisted of Mr and Mrs, Alfred
Castle, Mis. Castle's sister Pauline
Corner Fort and Beretania
Schncfor. Carl Sihaefer nnd .Mr On
tavo Schncfer. Mis. Castle goei "l to
S.in 1'ranclscu to purchase furnishing!
for her new homo In Nuuanii valley,
which will bu completed In October.
Mrs. Nugent, mother of Mrs. Coinnt
jof Berkeley, California, who has iniiiiyi
irleiuls nw, lias ueoii iiuiik .hi.
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iiiuuri iiiiriit-r ui niinui.iii, inti. wm-.
lj I,ow l" I
Honolulu this week und,
cuest of Mrs. John S. Mc-
Xlr. und Mrs. Francis Gay ami Mr.
nnd Mrs. Charles Klston departed on
tho Klnau on Tuesduy for Kauai. Sir.
and Mrs. Klston will bo the gnosis of
Mr. and Mrs. Gay at their be.iiilirul
home "Kekupiii." on tho Gulden Is
land. Mr. and Mrs. llerboit Mist and fatii
ily are Bojoiirntng on Tantalus lor a
few months. They lire occupying tht.
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Cllve Diivlen,
where tfiey aie both convalescing rap
Idly fiom their recent Illnesses
Mr. and Mrs. Allred Scale r.n 1 their
two children departed on the Kosea.
lor their buiuo ul Palo Alto, after '
pleasant sojourn of i.everal vveekB nt'
the Moana Hotel. Thoy weio nccnni
pmled by their friend. Miss Doukln.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Aldcrson depart
ed Wednesday Vin the Korea for their
homo In San Francisco, nfter a brief
but ory tnJo)nule visit with Mrs. Al
dersnn's aunt, Mrs. William Allen, of
Mr. and Mrs. James A, Kounedj re
turned Inst Saturday froma dollulitmi
visit on Haw-all. They teok 1 1.0 tilp
to tho Volcano und enjove'd It ever mi
much, Mlfcs Je.isle und Master Stan
ley Kennedy accompanied their ltr
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Low Is, Jr..
are occupying their beautiful new
homo In Munou valley.
Mrs. ll.il'. Dillingham give nil Ill-
I " r- ,
formal llttlo dinner at llm Mo tin ho
tel Sundiiy evening entertaining sov-
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Fasy 'ay To
It Is tho easiest thing In thu world
to rid tho house of rats, mice, oek
roaches, wateibugs, etc., by using thu
old rollablo Stearns' Bleclrlc liat and
Roach Paste, which has bum on tho
market for thirty vtrira.
It Is ready mixed foi usu und m It
U In paste lorin, lliem is no powder to
blow aw a und get Into food.
Seo that every package bears tho
blgnature of J. J, Kearney, and then
vou will get I ho genuine; tho only
guaranteed uxtermliiator, thu only ouo
eril IjiIIcj vlnltltig In lnwii. und :
mil Mrs Unhurt Atkinson nml ,
Mr. and Mm. James KlrLlanl ,cnt
, to Honolulu liiit week In t ike Htvuiierl
n,, - viitmli. Tliey will vUlt thu Soit
tiu ROMllon nnd latoriUrflr nld hoim'
iu i;aiiioiina, .uiiiii n,
w . .-
I)r and Mrs. .1. M. Whitney ilepjvic.1
Tuesday n thox.Mtinmia lor a
inonthh' trip. They will go to Hnrrl
ion Hut Springs Virginia, after ""end--lug
11 week ut the Seattlo Fair. 7
WWW . m.
Femtor nml Mrs. Gcorgu II. Faliji .W,
child, with their thiee (hlldrci.. li ft en M
thu Koici foi 11 tilp to Itiripo. 'Ilio
iinint-ii, ...llditor ultl 1if llllllftr lllU
onto of n liui'otiH German s;,ci.liilNt. af A
www f A, ' :M
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander Young nnj?
.Miss Young wete dcpartlnc pisHi-n-1
gets on Hi j Korea 'mi Wednesday. Thcd
will bpeud thu summer montliH 1111B
north, probably nt Dunn.
Mr. W II Babbitt. Siipeiiutendenti
of Public Instruction, was u piScuiigcnB
on the Korea going for a trip to CnlH
foriiln and to thu Alnska-Yuknu-PnclRc
Kxpodltlon ut Si uttle.
Tho llttlo daughter of Mr. and MraS
C. C. von Hnmiii was baptized lust Sat
unlay by Dr. Scudder, 11111P received
the name of Constance. kV
Mr. nnd Mrs. St. Cliilr Bldgood (lit;
nirted on the Mnrama on Tuesday. Mr,
Bldgood exacts to lake charge of 1
hotel In Los Angeles,
Mis. Uivvreucu Judd left Tuesday for.
Molokul, where she will ho tho guo3l:
of'Mr, 1111 1 Mrs. George C00K0 for sev-3
ernl v. eeka.
Mrs. Abraham Lewis, Jr., with her
little dnuzhtcr. will leave for San
l'r.iiiclhcolu iihoiit ten days, hailing)
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mi me .ii'uiiii.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Glhb of Olovvnlu ar(j.
rived list S-iturdav on thu Milium Kea,
mild am guesta ut thu Alexander Young
Rid the' House ol
iats, M'ce etc
wheio your drugglct will refnndi your
muney If II does not do thu work.'
Aptly Steams' Klertrlc Paste atfl
night, lu sinks, p-iutrles, etc., and, hi
thu morulug ion ein swuep 1111 iiiiian-';
fill At afa.iftil Mrr t-ufi aIi.io ' &
fill of dead cockroaches
' -fTm ,
Use It wheio theio tiro rats
mice, rnd nfter enttug It, thcy.wlll rim
0111 01 11001 s 10 1110. , ,
All .reliable druggUts sell Stearns,
Klectrlc Paste": 2 oz boM 25c, ldfyl
box $1.00, or iseiit otptess prepaldi
Stent 113' nierlrle I'Acto Co., ChlcMago
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