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EABNINQ P.ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., 8ATUHDAY, JULY 31, 1909
Scientific Dyeing and Cleaning
We have secured the exclusive Honolulu Agency for the famous F. THOMAS PARISIAN
DYEING WORKS of San Francisco.
We will now undertake to clean the most delicate textile fabrics, ostrich feathers, etc.,
at Coast prices, and will GUARANTEE ALL WORK.
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco by the "Alameda" and be back by return
J. Abadie, Proprietor
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY
Mrs, Lewis More of Cincinnati,
who since Mrs. Tnft's Illness lins
m ed as White llnure hostess, lias
escorted lier iilo-e. Mis Helen Tnft,
to Innumerable illnneis nntl fetes
which tump of the clcerest nml
smartest wium n In the olllclnl set
who arc it'1 I Washington, attend
ant upon hul.ited Senators, hac giv
en In honor to the oung woman,
now home "for Keeps." The White
House lias an open tloor for the
younger circles, but Mrs, Tnft, with
her customary common sense view.
Is taking all the rest that her present
opportunity nffords. The capital is
beginning Its long summer siesta
and Is speedily resolving Itself Into
a series of long allcjs, lined on elth-
er side with boarded-up houses. The ,
old spirit Is strong among those who ,
must remuln, and when one has to
dine one may as well dine In good
company; therefore, the Country
Clubs are gay with a sort of "Dutch
coller" fetes and entertainments,
the women in stunning frocks and
thrilling bonnets, outfits Intended
possibly for Newport or liar Harbor,
but sidetracked by the fearsome de
bate in the Senate. Ily the close of
the week, even If Legislators con
tinue to legislate, the season will be
over. Indeed, for the White House
family ore to go to llecrly, all but
the President, who is to play bache
lor until the final withdrawal of the
lawmakers. The devotion of the
Congressional households Is a sight
worth seeing, the fewest number of
those in the limelight having de
serted their tolling spouses In their
hour of ne"d.
Mrs. Nick Longworth, who Is al
ways out fur a good time, stands du
tifully by her husband and enlivens
the long days by trips In her run
about and fetching little dinners at
suburban clubs. Mrs. Longworth
goes In for comfort, too, and her
frocks aro Just the simplest sort of
things, made with short skirts, short
sleeves and Dutch collars. In lieu
of the fashionable bonnet with its
lutd of (lowers and other Imposing
Impediments, Mrs, Longworth wears
it simple musluoom sailor of burnt
stiuw, innocent of trimming save u
mere hand and n long, loose bow of
board black velvet ribbon. She gave
a dinner last week and had a com
pany large enough to 1111 the dining
rom of her big windowed down-town
house, which she sees fit to keep go
ing as In the height of the seuson.
Just to show whnt a llttlo bit of
sun had no influence on their ener
gies, a number of smart women of
the city got together and organized
a brand new club,, which, when
autumn rolls around, will be ready
to take Its place In the social life
or tho town. Tho Colonial Dames
Club of America Is tho name of tho
new organization, and Mrs. Elklns,
Mrs. Foruker and other well-known
women stand as Its sponsors, the
president being Mrs. Samuel Spen-'
cer. Ncit fnll tho new club will
set up its own home, for which the
lease Is already signed. The main
Idea of tho association Is the estab
lishing of n chili which will ba no-'
tlonal In scope and yet not official
In character. If the scheme works
out a Colonial Dame from San Fran-'
Cisco or n dame from New England
will find herself quite nt much at
home within the precincts of the
club's Washington house as any
nearby member. Having gotten tho
Colonial Dames Club tinder way,
Mrs. Klklns, with her daughter. Miss
Kntherne, set off for their custom-,
nry tilp to Europe. Detroit Satur
day Night. J
A letter received from Dr Clrecn an
nounces tho safe nrilval of hlnieolf
and Mrs. fireen nt Los Alleles. Dr.'
Green will go East to' fulfill his en.
gjgemonts while Mrs. Green remains I
In Los Angeles nt the Hollywood hotel. I
Tho Doctor writes with gratitude "of
the charming courtesy of the people
of Honolulu." '
Ladles night nt the University
Club is usually a scene of much gay-
ety, and last night was no excep
tion to the rule. The spacious lanni,
which was artistically decorated
with college flags and bunting, was
the attractive setting for n number
of pleasant little dinner parties,
which were enlivened by the music
of the singing boys, as well as tho
laughter ol happy guests. Judge and
Mrs. Pallcti entertained a party of
eight; the tablo was lighted with silver
candlcabra with dainty red shades and
decorated with red carnations nml
maidenhair ferns. Judge and Mrs'
Ilallou's guests were Mr. 'and Mrs.
Prosser, Miss Thatcher, Miss Water
man and Dr. Charles D. Cooper.
Jndgc and Mrs. Lindsay entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur llerg and Miss
Glllet, whllo Capt. and Mrs. Kails
and Major and Mrs. WailhamR form
ed another merry party. Mr. and
MrR. Ralph A. Lyon's guests were
the Prince and Princess Kuhlo. MrB.
William Williams entertained a par
ty of four which Included Prlncesi.
Kawananakoa, while Capt. Lewis
party Included Mrs. Low and her
mother Mrs. Parmalee.
An elaborato dinner was given Mon-
uuy evening vy ir. nuu Mrs. audo hi
honor of Mrs, Charles Chllllngwort.li,
who left on the Alameda on Wednes
day for Shi Francisco for a stay of
at least eight weeks. The d.nucr was
served in the open-air lunal which was
draped w-lth a huge American flag. Tho
table was garnished with a vase of ex
quisite American Beauty roses. In
cluded in the list of guests wcro Mr.
and Mrs. A. 0. M. Robertson, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Douthltt, Mrs". Harry Mur
ray, Mr. W. D. Douthltt and Mr.
Dr. C. II. Wood 1b nt homo again af
ter a ery plcarant vacation spent In
the States and Europo, where ho vis
ited the leading hospitals and learned
nil the littost achievements In medlclno
Mr. and Mrs. Reml P. Schworln
have planned a delightful trip to Ho
nolulu and beyond, which will com
mence with tho sailing of the Paclllc
Mall steamship Siberia, leaving port
on August 24th. Miss Maud O'Connor
will be their travelling companion., As
they havo all, on a former occasion, nmld much Jollity and laughter. On '
visited the Islands, this tilp will em- opening a large box or fragrant ros?sj
braco the social pleasures rather thun n string of cucumber sausages was Th0jDnfy
take tho form ol a sight-seeing Jaunt, found hidden beneath the blossoms!
Examiner .There were many other funny gifts
Dr. Orcar Cloos gavo n beautifully
appointed dinner at the Country Club
Monday evening. After a very enjoy
able evening tho guests returned to'
town In automobiles and carriages, and
the bright moonlight ndded to the
beauty of the sceno ns they sped home
ward down Nuuumt valley. Those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. C. Hcdcmann
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartwell, Mrs.
Cloos, Mrs. Allan White, tho Misses
Irene Fisher, Harriet Hatch, Dorothy
Moshcr, Alice Hedemann, Hllma
White, Hungnlldo White nml the
Messrs. IJarold Castle, Gilchrist
Hatch, Carl, Howard, Tdmtind and
Rrling Hedemann, and Dr. Frederick
Mr. and Mrs.sII. I Hadwln re
turned on the Mongdla after a rest-
iui vacation spenjqn me coast. Mr.
Baldwin, Is, very much. Improved In
health and, Is deljgjvl -to be at home
again. Mr Sam Daldwlni and his
i bride, nee MIb Katherlno Smith, re-
turned also on the MongolK and will
take up their residence In the Hobron
cottage In Nnuinti valley, Their
honeymoon" was delightfully spent In
the Lake Talioo region.
Lance Corporal John Ross, brother
of .Mrs. Hugh Watt, Koliula, lias been
which added to tho merriment. The
guests likewise brought their dolls,
which resulted in much amusement
when It wob' discovered they wero
only vegetables, the cleverest of all
perhaps being a slender potato In n
stunning dlrectolre gown made of
tissue paper. A Very happy evening
was Bpent by the young people, who
were exceedingly merry and con
genial several games were Intro
duced, and later the happy guests
Indulged In the happy pastime of
dancing, which was abruptly ter
minated by the appearance of delic
ious refreshments. The guests were:
The Misses Alice Cooke, Beatrice
Castle, Jessie Kennedy, Alice Hcdc
mann, Dorothy Mosher, Hllma
White, llonghlldo White, Cordelia
Oilman, Helen and Margaret Water
house, Irene Fisher, Nora Sturgeon,
Vern Damon and the Messrs. Harold
Casllo, Fred Wlchman, Gilchrist
Hatch, Alexander Walker ,Cnrl,
Howard and Edmund Hedeman, Dr.
Oscar Cloos, the Messrs. Lowrey and
Mr. Lansing Mlzner.
An elaborato banquet was held nt
tho Mochlukl Club Sunday evening In
honor of Mr. K. Abe, Ihe departing
Japaucso Elcvo Consul, and Mr. Ida,
tho newly arrived Elevo Consul, from
Japan. Tho dining room was very
prettily decorated with flowers and
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STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO.. CHICAGO. ILL,
chosen to represent E Company ut ' fprng M Vone,.urai I)rCB,(i,,nt of
Windsor, on tho occasion of the pre
the Japanese Merchants' Association
sentatlon of colora to the Clli Battalion I ,,, Bl)roi,ria,e gpeccll, Coniu1
by His Majesty tho King. Ross Is cieneral Uyeno was present ns well as
DAXnn.l r.nn nf 1a I. Vol... tin.. ...i
, , , "' '"" ;"lu "'"" """ " , ' many other prominent Japancso of
I nephew of James Ross, Advocate, All- ji0onlU
i-iui'vii, iiu is cunnuciOii wiwi mo
, Town and County Bank.
I The following cards wero received
In tho last mall: Mr. and Mrs. War
ren E. Durmody announce tho map
Tho Clnonlclc says: Tho unprece
dented cold spvlf In Paris hns driven
most of the San Franciscans recently
In that city to Carlsbad and tho warm-
nPh3 A rrVyr in beer ls a t"fle less
ine Aiconoi tban 3 per cent in
Primo Beer. The effective ingredients are barley
and hops a food and a tonic. Pure beer is one of
the most healthful and beneficial of all beverages.
In Germany, Holland, Sweden, Denmark and
Austria beer is the national beverage. Nearly all
people of all ages drink it.
And all the world envies their sturdy strength.
Every doctor knows how beer benefits. If you s
need more strength or vitality he will prescribe it.
And, besides its beneficial qualities, beer is the
most delightful beverage known to mankind. In
,c JMfwMfheJbeer That's JJrewed I
rlngo of their sister. Ollvo Elvira l'.r rt'Bkms nf 8ou,hcrn France. Among
Steele, to Mr. Charles Wlckllffo Bald
win on Wednesday, July tho twenty
eighth, nineteen hundred and nine.
Los Altos, California. At home after
September 15,-Honolulu, Hawaii.
Mr. and Mrs:-Francis M. Swanzy and
Miss Nora Swanzy returned homo on
the Mongolia. Miss Nora has been
away at college for a year, and Mr,
the most recent arrivals nt Carlsbad
are Mrs. Claim Augustus Sprockets.
Mrs. William 0, Irwin, Mrs. Edward
Moro Robinson and Miss Heleno Ir
win, who havo been nftho Savoy hotel
slnco July 13th.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson of San
Francisco departed on the Alameda on
Wednesday, Mr. Qlbson came down
and Mrs. Swanzy have been on a sfx on ,no Blcnmer !" week, but Mrs.
weeks' trip to tho East. Gibson has been hero several weoks,
' vlBitlng Mr. and Mrs. Ross or Honolulu
A cablegram has been received from I'ltn'lon. They wero accompanied
Mrs. Charles B. Cooper, stating that homo " M,Sl1 Crelghton.
she Is homeward hound. Sho sailed ,
July 28th, and will probably reach Mra " M- V0I Holt Is giving it
New York tomorrow or Monday. houso party for her son Herman nnd
her daughter Mary at tho von Holt
Mrs. Gcorgo It. Carter, her two summer homo in tho Walanao monn-
daughters and little son took the tn,na- T,,o guesta who aro Invited for
steamer Manna Kca yosterday at Hllo August 7th, nro all members of the
and went to Kon.i for a brief visit, 'oliser Bet.
and will later go on to Kau. I
I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cooke nnd fnm
Mr, Oliver Lansing nnd Mr. Nelson "X removed last Saturday to "Lua-
Lansing of San Francisco cumo down "dm." their summer resldenco In Nuu
on tho Mongolia to visit their parents, nnu valloy near the Pall.
Mr. and MrB. Thco F. Lansing. I
I On his way to Bergen, Norway,
Hon. Charles A. Rice of Kauai was where ho will attend' tho International
nn arrival on tho Mongolia nnd will conferonco against leprosy, a solo rop-
ii-uve soon lor ills nomo on tho aarden roscntutivo or tho United States, Dr,
Donald II, Cuny arrived hero yester
day by tho Btemusr Alameda from Ho
nolulu. Cr. Cuiry. who v."" fonnerly
connected with tho quuinntluo nor Ice
nt this port Is now a director of public
health at Honolulu nnd attached to the
new hospital, which his been elected
at Molokal for tho study and tie.it
mi'iit of leprosy, "There are 000 lep
ers n Mulaknl," said Dr. Curry, "and !
from them til teen will bo selected ln
undergo treatment In the new JTD.OO')
hospital which has Just been complet
ed." The convention, which Dr. Curry
will nltcifl, beslns AligtiU lCth.
Dr. Alfred Dlnckmau nnd lurty, con
sisting of Dr. nnd Mrs. Blackmail, their
son and their daughter, Mrs. Kingsley
Halo and Mrs. Hello Russell, Bpent
lai evening with Dr. nnd Mrs. Mc
Orew nt litelr attractive, homo on Lu
nalllo street. ItefresliiueiitH weie
served, lunl u delightful evening was
spent on the spacious Unal.
Miss Thatcher arrived on tho Mon
golia on Wednesday and Is the guest
of her bister, Mrs. M. F. Prosscr.
Mr. Wm. O. Irwin nnd his guest, Mr.
Lansing Mlzner, departed for Hawaii
Tuesday on tho Manna Kea.
Mr. William Williamson was recent
ly elected treasurer of the University
Club of Honolulu.
Miss Elln Wight Is ghlng a dnnclng
.inrty this ovculng ut tho Wilder cot
tago ut Walklkl.
Tho Misses Ward returned on the
Mongolia from a three months' trip
to the toast.
Mlss Ellison of Kamehanicha
schools, gave a charming little dinner
Monday evening in tho school grounds!
The table, which was lavishly decor
ated with dainty whlto roses nud.uuld
euhnli ferns, was set on tho plctitr
ecqud lanal. The following guests
wero pii'Fcnt! Miss Lllznbeth Harda
way, Miss Heed, Miss Ilakei, Mr. and
Mih. Stanley Livingston and Mr. Rey
A Jolly party w'.ilch went out on the
Maium Kea on Tuesday for a tilp to
IIIIo and the Volcano consisted of Mis.
C. C. Hedemann. Miss Alice Ileile
muiiii. Miss Dorothy Moshcr, Dr. Oh
car Cloos, Mi a. Cloos, Dr. Ferdinand
Hodcmiiun, ami the Must,ri. Edmund
mid Erllng Hcdcmann.
Last evening, the ofllccrs of tho Fifth
Cavnltity hold their monthly regiment
al dinner and entertained several o ni
cer a attached to other regiments. Tho
banquet wus a delightful alfulr In ev
ery leaned und a cry Jolly evening
was spent by all tho officers present.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Murx aie at Loch
Lomond. They have had u ilellslitful
time motoring through Ireland and
Scotland with Mr. and Mrs. Gait in n
Pope-Hartford car, which Mr. Gait
purchased In Now York before goln
Miss Violet Damon returned homo
on tho Mongolia after a year's absents
in Boston, where she has been study
Mrs, Arthur Wilder has returned
from Tantalus and will leave during
August for n trip to California.
Professor Smith of St. Luke's
School, Wayne, Pennsylvania, Is tho
guest of Mr. II. F. Wlchman.
Mr. Paul Isenbcrg returned from
Knuat on tho Klnaii last Sunday.
Mr. E7 Hartniann Is visiting Ills old
homo In Switzerland.
jpvB T. FELIX GOL'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
MIbs Agnes Judd went to Molokal A SMfl Of BeflUtV S B JOV FOrBVBT
fill TltnQ.lnt. ,.. !. ...... .,,. ..,., .1 ' '
to visit relatives for several weeks.
Mr. Charles F. Eckert departed
Tuesday on tho Mauna Kca on u bus
iness trip to tho other islands.
0. W. Woodruff, tho nowly nppolntod ;.
United States Judgo, arrived m tho R:
Mongolia with Mrs. Woodruff. I
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Carry a complete stock of Coffins and Caskets. They
have just acquired the "Everlasting" process of Embalm
inu. This system doe3 away with any mutilation of the
They are the promoters of the City Mausoleum.
Agents for the Harrison Mutual Association.
Their prices and services are satisfactory.
W. W. HALL, President.
J. H. TOWNSEND, Funeral Director.
GEORGE ROCHA, Assistant.
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