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RVKNINO nUI.LRTIN, HONOLULU, T. tf SATUIIDAY, SKrT. 23, 100
their fi lends, Mr', and Mrs. Hyde
will make their home In this city,
lyell, what d'ye think of that?
EVERY WOMAN A NURSE .
T Jr .
Mr, nnd Mrs. Elmer K. Pnxton t tic Island, Thero woro other partloB lunching, dlnliiK, playing bridge or
will lcavo on tlio I.urllne, Tuesday, who Just made the Ilalclwn run. The a quiet Kiimc of cionuct nt the Ooir
for a month, or six weeks sojourn nt roads were reported In very good Club, Maxlne Is nlmost certain to
the Volcano House. ishnpo. I be of tho party. 8lie met the Kins
4 for the first tlmo last season, but ul-
Mrs. Ilradlcy A. FIskc, wlfo of Cap- Mr, tohn Irwln ,. lh. clarmiK though ho admired her he displayed
tain Flsko of the U. S. S. Tennessee' "V?, ., . ... no '" ,lkln tor hor BOclcly'
nnd their daughter Miss Caroline ",,u "' """""'"-' """ "-"' " i.ut ims seaion sue nns maoc a co i
Klske are sojourning nt tho Moaim 8- B- WMl Virginia was mo guesi picio tun pics
Hotel. of compliment Thursday afternoon n
a delightfully Informal lanal thlm-
J. P. Cooke very pleasantly enter- .. . . ,, M ., A nnwlnnd
luiueu iuur oi ino oiucers oi mu
"Colorado" on Tuesday, hv a motor
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Irwin is ono oi me mosi ma
trip n round tho Island. Ilalclwn was
tho first "stop, where n substantial
luncheon was had nnd then on to
Mr. Cooko's Knhuku jilnco nnd
thenco over tho Pnll.
Lieutenant Krcd McMillan, nlde to
Admiral Bcbrcc, Is, being welcomed
to Honolulu by n host of friends.
This populnr Officer visited our city
itwo years ago, being attached to tho
U. 8. 8. Colorado when tho lllg Kour
wnB In port, nnd also visited our
sunny shores, last year with tho Pa
Mr. and Mrs. Van Ilensalacr of
New York who are mining tho prom
inent guests nt tho Monnn this
month, entertained at dinner Mon
day ovenlng In compliment to Mrs.
Zlcgmolcr, Mrs. Irwln, Mrs. Hnwo nnd
Mrs. Olassford, whose husbands
hnvo been away with their rcspectlvo
ships during tho week.
Miss Si)rn Lucas, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. John Lucas has issued In
vitations for n dance to be given
Monday evening at her country home
nt Knalawal. Tho.nffalr will bo giv
en In honor of the Officers of tho
Pacific Klect. ( Most of tho party will
motor out, this beautiful home be
ing situated on the side of Diamond
Head, near the sea. .
Miss Allca Spalding entertained nt
luncheon I'll day, tho table wns do
lorntcd In jellow coreopsis nnd mal-
dilating of 'tho navy women who nro
making tho trip on nround nnd tho
guests enjoyed having this opportun
ity to meet her.
Cooling frultadedo nnd confections
wcro pijsscd while the guests were
busy with dainty bits of ncedlowork
nnd, later Ices nnd cakes wcro serv
ed, the hostess being mi-dslcd by hor
tousln, Miss Adn (lurncy. Among
those present to meet t Mrs. Irwln
wcro: Mrs. Wnlter F. Krcar, Mrs. Ed
win Paris, Mrs. William A. Clark,
Mrs. John Trcnholm Wnrren, Mrs.
Hpynolds, Mrs. H 11. Mariner, Mrs.
Stanley Livingstone, Mrs. Clifford
Livingstone, Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs.
Horlzcr. Mrs. Swain, Mrs. Randolph
Ornvcs Moore, Miss Susan Clark, MIbs
LONDON, Aug. :!!. Ccrtnln rules
of dress uro obligatory at royal .balls,
says M. A. P., when honored by tho
prcsonco of His Majesty tho King.
The term "frock ,drcss" now often
appears in tho papers. This means
that plain ovenlng dress, ns usually
worn' by men, is not permissible. It
a man has a right to wear a uniform
all is well but It not ho must get
lil'iiiBclf up as follows: He must don
an everyday evening coat, with , n
whlto waistcoat, but would wear
black cloth breeches Instead of trou
sers, black silk stockings and black
shoes with big buckles. Frock dress
was much to the fore at the ball
glvon recently by !ord und Lady
den hnlr fern; tho place cards wcro Londonbnrough. And on these oc
hand painted Colonial men nnd wo- j caslons,' tho women of tho parfy aro
nicn; those present 'were-: Miss Ethol oxpected to nppcnr In full ovenlng
Spalding, Miss Alice Spalding, Mlsa t dross, low-necked nnd with short
RIJIu Wight, Miss Harding, Miss Kle-, "'"ves, and,- If married, to wear
nnor Wntcrhouso, Miss Margaret Wn- llras nr 8m,e oll,cr rml of levelled
)orl,.,n ut linrriM nD- mi. ! licad-ouiumcnt. Illgh-neckcd and
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Dorothy Wood, Miss Cordelia Clilmnn,
Mrs. Sam Haldwln, Miss Nora Stur
geon, Miss Klsn Schncfer.
A number of round-thc-Island par
ties lunched nt Hnlelwa on Sunday,
which was n delightful day for such
a trip. Among those entertaining'
long-sleeved gowns, however smnrt,
nro banned .at such courtly enter
MAMENHAD, Sept. 4. King Ed
ward's admiration for Maxlne Elliott
is tho talk of Marienbad. Every
i i canon h'e pays particular attention
to some remarkably beautiful wo-
m i w ,--! .,.. t. .......
wcro mr. aim irs. win uu mo, wii.i , ,aat ycr ,t wng Mm ,,,,,,.
had n party of six: Walter Dllllng- Mrfr tno ,ovoy wtfo of ,ho mMllon.
hnm, wllh a'congonlnl four, and aire proprietor of tho Paris Journal.
Frank Thompson alto wllh four, who lit) t this year Madame has fallen In-
wcre enjoying their first circuit of to tho background, nnd whether It la
She Is undoubtedly
the English King's summer girl.
Mnrlcnbndcis look on nnd smile,
Mnxine seems delighted, and the oth
er Kngllbh ladles who came hero
with a hope of catching n stray
glance fioui the royaf eye aro bit
ing their lips with resentment. Mnx
ine Is icitalnly the handsomest, wo
man litre, and the King not only de
lights to look on hnndsomo women
and hnvo them about him, but he
says tho clinim of her voice is irres
When the Austrltins nnd Germans
hear that this charming woman Is
an Amcilcnn actress they simply 'ex
claim: "Ah! Hlmmcll" nnd ralso
their hands In horror at tho demo-
antic tnstes ofjlhe English King.
Miss Vida Married,
BAN FRANCISCO, Sept. IS. Tho
wedding of Miss Kate Coruwcll de
Vlda uild llolhwcll Hyde took place
Thuibdny evening nt tho home of
tho groom's sister, Mis. E. A. lllxler,
284ft Pierce sticct. Tho marriage
sorvlce was read at 9 o'clock by Hcv.
Frederick W. Clnnipctt in "tho pres
ence of the rolntlvcs nnd n fow .In
tlninto frlcmU of the contracting
parties. The dinwlug room where
the ccicmony was performed was
tastefully decorated with n piofusion
of roses nnd carnations, and though
u tone of simplicity marked nil the
wedding arrangements. It wns a not
able social event from the fact of
the prominciico and popularity of
both' Mr; 'Hyde and his charming
The 'wedding gown wns n hand
some creation of heavy white satin,
fashioned with' a long, square court
train, and trimmed with quantities
of duchesse lace. A long tullo veil
nnd a shower boquet of lilies of the
valley completed the bridal cos
tume. 'Tho bride, who was unattended,
was given Inlo tho keeping of her
husband by hor cousin, Wllllnm It.
Coruwcll. Thomas Rlckard acted as
Tho bride Is the daughter of Mrs.
II. K. do Vlda, and though sho made
her homo for iffany years In Hono
lulu, her residence for a considera
ble tlmo has been In San Francisco,
where she has a host nf friends. She
la a hnndsomo girl of chnrmlng per
KEYNOTE IN ENGLAND
Frcm Peeresses to Cottatrers, All Arc
Studying 'Tint Aid" Methods.
LONDON, September 12. A gal
lant little army of Ited Cioss nurses,
led by Duchesses, Is being swiftly
raised ns the outcome of tho War
Ofllro call for volunteer detachments
to succor tho territorial!. In tho event
"Hi cry wnninn n nurrc," Is the
keynote of the scheme, and women
of every class, fi'uni the peeress to
tho cottager, arc Interesting them
selves In the useful principles of
The Queen, as president of the new
nursing service, with the Princess
Christian, who helped the wounded
in South Africa, nhd half a dozen
Duchesses, has led the way for the
nursing corps of noble women which
are springing up In each county.
When tho organization Is com
plete, the women of Englnnd will bo
prepared to do their part to help
their husbands nnd btothcrs slioulil
there bo a sudden invasion.
Country homes can bo turned Into
hospltnl wards at the first ,notc of
alarm, and the women ran trans
form themselves Into ncnt lied Cross
sisters and nurses before tho first
loaded stictchcr comes In.
Susox Is tho county bent prepar
ed nt present for tho hospital work
which must follow? nn Invasion. Sir
Frederick Treves, the chairman of
the executive commltteo of the Ilri
tlsh tied Cross Society, thinks Hint
tho shores of Sussex' might first
tempt the foreign Invader.
An Invading force might land near
Worthing, snys Sir Frederick Treves,
nnd n great bntlle'bo fought off thd-
Horsham mail by Washington,
where there fa n defllo ncross tho
Downs on tho direct road to Lon
, w. it
Princess' New Home.
SAN FKANUKSOU,, Sept. IS.
lllood loyal of lliitva'irwlll play a
piomlncnt purl in San Francisco so
ciety this coinlns-ttcajon, tho Prin
cess Ablgalll Wahlkaahuula Knwu
uannl.ua, widow, of Prima David and
daug'hlcr of the famous sugar Mug
und millionaire, . James Campbell,
halng taken uirpr. the J. S. Mcirltl
home In Prcsidlulprrnio, where sho
intends to entertain on tho same
royal plan us characterized her mj-
elal activities tu, Honolulu. Tho
princess, who Is. ,well known In San
Francisco, hns bceu staying ut the
Fairmont hotel for some time, but
the common thought was that with
the coming of tho winter season she,
recording to 'her usual custom,
would return to Honolulu.
sec yc bottles large and coldr,
Hcncath vc ureenwoode tree.
marke ye doairvc sane and bolde
Denote where they may be,
" Where is ye smalle, hotte byrdcr"
He absent is with reason;
Ye gunner hath ben clean forgotte
That this is ye close season.
There is no close season for
The3ecr That's J5rewed
uu i ne yjiniDje..
Corks may popwhengunsmay not.
at tho Fairmont and remove' to her
new home In October.
SOCIETY SHAKEN IN
QUE HUGE LEMONADE
CIIICACiO, Sept. 4. Society buds
nnd pintions, punch bowls, glasses, a
lemormdq utnnd and n few odd things WILL NOT ENDORSE
wcro nil tied up nnd shaken down
when tho veranda ut tho Moraln Ho
tel In Highland Park collapsed this
afternoon at tho benefit given for
the West Sldo Kplscopnl Sisters.
And wlille tlto hundred blue stock
ings, to speak figuratively wcro bo-
Int? wpilfFftt Inrirn tli-titlv In nti int.
side down pyramid tho lemonade and ,Jen"" "l'I"'ltl.n to the attltudo
ihn tmm-i,. .rniinn. f ii a,.i,,.h,i 'f (iovernor Fiear In connection
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Chief Executive and Board of Ag
riculture Differ Over the Kaohc
Lands of Puna.
AGRICULTURE BOARD ,
TALKS OF REGULATIONS.
and dripped ovor society nnd trlckl- wlt" "10 lv""" '""bcr lands wns
ed down over the high nnd the low manifested at jesterday's meeting uC
.ulll.o. tho Iloaid of Agriculture and For-
"Don't move. Stay right whero entry. The members of the Hoard I slduratlon at Its meeting JeMerday
jou ore; tho porch hns struck bot- want the Governor to set aside as nftomoon. The sense of tho mem
tom!" shouted llurr -Mcintosh, nnd (l(jvernmcnt lands what Is known nsj,,.r8 uetcnt was that there should
Cattle Still. Allowed to Roam Over
Arons That Arc Saunoted to Be
i'enced In. .-
A definite and more 'effecthe po
licy of nialntalnlng thofQrest re
M'lvcs was the most Imfxirtlit (pies'
tlou that came before the Hnai4 ut
Agrlcultuie and Forestry (for coll
ide inoro than ono hundred women tho Knohc dlstilet. In Punn, n pro
obeyed. vision thnt would Include the 12. 00 J
Itut ono instant later when tho acres of timber land for which tho
mass of surging, stiuggllng women lease hns been nppllcd Tor by the
began to stllto In wnrnlngs It whb I'ahoa Lumber Company. Tho opln-
.only. his nctlvo domination of tho Ion of thu Iloaid wns summarized In
Thero was, thegreutcst surprlso Uccno that enabled tho less excited n resolution which was adopted,
wnen It bccamq. known yesterday l"i me low persons on tlielr rect to rending as follows
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inni sne inicniicu 10 remain in Han " ' "' wnw,
Francisco nnd poln tho social whirl
here. The princess, as the daughter
of tho lato James Campbell, Inher
ited some of his minimis. Her
mother wns a Hawaiian of royal
blood, and following the death of
Campbell she married Col. A. K.
The Princess Abigail was born In
Hawaii and received hor primary
education there at tho hands of pri
vate tuloiH. Liter sho wan sent to
tllR rntll'Pttt if 'rilin Hltim fit flnll
sonallty. Mr. Hyde Is a well-known Josei fron) wn,ch ln8-mutlon ano
Nono of tho women was seriously
hurt, although several sustained bad
scratches und bruises. It Is regard
ed as remarkable that tho neddent
wns not nttended with more serious
results, ns the voranda diopped niiiiu
than twelve feet.
Prominent Persons Hurt,
'Hetolved, That It Is tho recom
mendation of this Iloaid that nil of
tho (Jowrnnicnt lands In Kaohc oth
er than the homesteads be set aside
as n (iiivcrntndit resere."
Tho desire of the Hoard of Agrl
ctilturo to have tho land set imldo
in a finest icscno Ij based on the
be mine of nn attempt, to put the
forctl H'senc rcKUlatlons'liito more
ncthe effect und not becontcnt with
ulmply tcttlng uslde tho reserves
and doing nothing to usMiro that
tho prokcrlbed buundniles wcro be
ing observed by cattlemen and oth
er property holders whoe lands nd
Jnln those of tho reserves,
Clnlrinan Mnrstou Campbell of
the Hoard stated that during his re
cent lslt on Hawaii lie consulted
with a number nf persons Interested
in connection with the Kolmln for
C't,rcForve and without exception
f i t ,.. i i i. .ii i ...Ithevoll Indicates u disposition loget
.,.ri"w,l'',SMWl',WMvUrtMn'1 ' and laier dlspo,ed oM'cr with the fiovernment In the
"1' .r".' "' ' U;.M lr tho money realled from Its lease or . !,"'lllc, ."' ro I "
business man and n member of tho
llohemlnn nnd Family clubs. After
a brief honeymoon trip, tho destina
tion of which they did not confldo to
Do vou believe in
Ten years ago Fletcher was laughed at.! He 'was "turned down" by insurance companies;
at forty he faced an early death. Today, at sixty-one, he hclds the Yale record, over its own
athletes, for tests of physical endurance.
We have several of the new Fletcher books, including: '
"The New Glutton or Epicure." ' ,
"Haooiness as Foand in Forethought Minus Fear thou kM."
"The A-B-Z of Our Own Nutrition." '
"The New Mentioulture, or the A. B. C. of True Living."
In addition we have new books by Elwood, Worcester (author of Religion and Medicine),
McComb, Dr. Powell and by Prof. Metchnikoff, the famous scicr.ti&t who is teaching the world
how to prolong life. .
We will make immediate delivery
of $50 worth of our library sets .of
standard authors on monthly pay
ments of $5. Investigate this offer.
Agents Buchly Bindings.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Brown &' Lyon
Alexander Young Bldg.
graduated. Sho was man led to
Prlnro David Iv.iwananakoa In 190:.'.
The Inttrr died In San Francisco In
Jpune of last car, and shortly fol
lowing his death Mrs. Campbell
Parker, her mother, passed away
Though tho mother of three child
ren, tho Pi'liiri'ss Abigail has been
ono of tho primal figures In Honolu
lu society. A lial masque und Jap
an cue cotillon given by hor eomo
years ago still retain their fame.
Her lens, lunches nnd dinners'
brought together at her residence
tho most prominent Americans and
IlawallaiiH on tho Islands. Sho wns
a regular attendant at tho polo
grounds nnd inro courses nnd often
wns chosen ns Judge In IiorBo shows.
Apart from her social activities
he Princess has taken n great In
terest In church and religious work.
She Is recognized ys ono of tho most
rnpahlo hostesses In the west, and
it Is expected thnt her residence will
bo tho scene nf mnny a gala ovent.
Sho Intends to leave hor apartments
Henry Clay Carpenter, Mrs. Frank
II. McMiillcn, Mr. nnd Mis. Walter
Dnmrosch, Mrs. Hobert Chatflcld
Taylor, Mrs. W. II. Dainty, Mrs. Tho
mas Millon, Mrs. Maiubnll Marks,
Mrs, ScottDiirand, Mrs. A. A. Cnr
ponter, Mrs. C. II. Only. Mlstes Dor
othy Febsendcn, Ilcbslo Swift, llvnn-
gcllno Wean, Kva Egnn, Doiothy
Clark, Catherine Marsh, Helen Itoli
s:ile will rovert to the tieasui) of '" """Peiiing me observance oi me
tho Hoard nnd piovldt uncls Tor """!cs nf lio Kohnla reserve. In
work of icroichtratlon nnd other """"rdnnce wllh Campbell's sugges-pi-oblcms
connected with the llonnl. t!"" nikvt will bo kn,,t to the Kn
It would iiImi allow the Iloaid to cii-l1,,ln I100!''' wh" aTe Interested .In
forro necewary regulations In ion-1 r,,rn,' "'em that n meeting will
noitlon with tho cutting of timber. ! ,' "e'l ' ""nnlnlB "n October 17th
Tho I'ahoa I.uuiber Company expects
to pay J.1 per acre for tho laud.
erts, -Josto Phil I, M.iigucrltc Hrowh, w'hlch would give the Hoard Iho sum
Donnn Crane and Lillian liarilwin. of S..O.O00.
It was the east porch of tho hotel. All this has been presented ,to tho
that gave way. Tho entertainment cdnslderntlon of tlovernor Fiear,
In tho ballroom was over at l::it Irit ho hiiH.deillned to glo his en
o'clock und Hurr Mcintosh, the ma- ilmtement to the plan, although
Jor domo of the orcablon, had sent tliern Is a uinnlmlty nf opinion
the audlcnco outside to mnko con- ;uuoiig tho members of the lloanl.
trlhulloiiH fo the Sisters In the form n tnles that ho reel no ndvau-
m iMirenuHo in mo icnioiiRiio stand. (-,; btitnK Hdo
.inn mis leiuoniuio sianu was
nt which an attempt will bo niade
to make tho 'arrangements with tha
private Interest that will assure tho
rcsenc being respected iib to fenc
ing thnt will be necessary to pre
vent the encroachments of catllo.
In partial return for tho benefits
that will be derived from tho estab
lishing of tho rcservo It U stntcd
that sine of the plantations will con
tilbuto tlio 'labor necessary for tho
n rcforvo protection of tho reserve from flro
11 land," that- It U not intended tu bo. ami niru to sep that the regulations
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
pvB. T. FELIX GOl'rUUD'S ORIENTAL
- CREAH Oil MAGICAL BEAUTIHEH
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win .Tf y pirr&un
on CMAitlr, wnddt
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A cctpl uo coabUr
Iflt ilf tiUttlll
nwn, Ut, lm t
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ilf of l Lii't
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"At fuu Udti
will UM tL t.
I iftnrnuJH C'rrNni m ! Vm hArmful M 1 !.
' ikln prtrttnMpnt r tlt tr ss! dnucmf i.a Kmr
iiuud U ftii In lb UfcitrJ SUL, Cutlh Mt J Lun 1 4
(UlLT.HuPtlllf i;i . 3 Uuit Uu Siitil, Htwls-
Hoard nro sulllclent to warrant his
approval of Ihn Idea, Chairman
Campbell staled yesterday that ho
vlll not adverllso tho llcciifc until
A definite proposition In this con
nection will he submitted In tho Ko
lmln people interested 'at the meet
ing to lin held in October.
1ST editorial rooms gfifl bust
post orf1c4. Tht aro th. telephon.
mtmhr nf lh Rutlln nWn
FOR EVERY HOUSEKEEPER
Cockroaches, ttats, Mice etc.
old reliable Stearns' Hlectrlc ltat ami
ltoach Paste, which has been on the
When Habr was sick, wo gave her market for thirty yea'rs.
When she wns a Child, she cried foi
When sho became MIbs, sho clung to
When Mm bad Children, rIio tavp (hem
Castoila. 1 - '
It Is ready mUed for imo and as it
U iuimt-ta form, thero Is no ponder tu
blew nwn) and get Into food.
Sen that every packago bears tho
rlgtmtuio of .1, .1. Kearney, and then
)ouvll pet tho-genuine; thu only
guaranteed exterminator, iliu only ono
whero your druggist will refund your
money If II does not do tho work.
Apply Steams' Kloctrlc Pasto nt
night. In sinks, pantries, etc., und In
tlio morning ou can sweep up a pan
ful of dead cockroaches.
Use It uliero thero aro rats and
nilcit, nnd utter eating It, they will run
out of doors to die.
All reliable druggists Boll Sloarns'
i:iectrlo Paste; 2 oz. box 5c., 1C oz.
box Jl.flO, ur rent p.Npress prepaid.
SltttinR'Jnh'cirlc, IMsto'VCM.. Chlcll.ign,
wonderful one. Hehlnd tho counter ,mi,;,l0l, n ..,, fnrest reserve and
.,. . i i m ',,U"B, T' ir apparently 'does not think that tho
"""."l"; .,",",n,"e:1 ,,unch Blara H-lvnutnges pointed out by tho
, . ... ...u .....u KM1, ,,If,(.-r lliljnfc 111
the time. It was such n success
that every ono crowded round, Tlieio
wero rich gowns thero and peoplu
of fashion. Just ns huHliitii win. nt
Its best nnd the men woro gallantly ", lmfclllvo reply Is
In tho rear and the best gowned nn- ('"vi'r""r ''rc"r'
lurally in tho foro-froi.!, the lemon
ade stand came to an end. Tho
bottom dropped out and tho best
gowned women und tho biggest
punch bowlB wmt down first.
Thero weie shrill cries and tho '
rt.oaruXfi.drEo8y Way To Rid the House of
above it. all an Immense "whoop".
Hurr' Mcintosh lost his hat and
his canp, but not his head, and his' It Is tho easiest thing In tho world
orders for tho relief of tho cntnn- to rid tha linuko of rats, mice, cock
r'ZX.'X?'"?..? roaches, waterbugs. etc.. by using tho
.Mcintosh weighs 233 pounds.
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