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MUS. OHAB. GIIOS I.OU1S, Iiulltn
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that the doctors ill J nut understand. N
"One day I rvntl In tlie paper aliuut
your excellent remedy, lVruna. 1 pro
cured a liotlleof Itnnd tonkltaccordlng
to direction. It nan not lung until I
observed a chaugo fur tlio hotter.
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I could not take any nourlalinient ex
"I will at oil times ay a Rood word
for l'trima. I hold It In llio lilghett
Kvt only women of rank and leltnre
prolfo leruna, lint tlioludUKlrlonn, lite
(ut n onion eniKid In manual toll
would not ho without Dr. Ilarlman'a
The doctor liaa prexcrlled It for many
thousand women aicry iar and ha
never falla to rtctho a mullltuds of
lettcra like tlio almve, thaiiklnR him
for hla adtlce, and ea)x-claUy for tnt
wonderful bcncHta nevhed from IV
j The following wholesale drugght
will supply the retail trala:"
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PHOTO AND ART CO.
932-938 Fort St. Tel. 52,
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Admlrnl tfobrec and Sn. Scbrcc en-
tcrtalucd nt luncheon on hoard tho
llaRslilp Toiiiichkco todiij, In honor of
Cotcrnor and Mrs. Krcnr. Tho tnblo
In tlio Admlrnl's tahln was tastefully
decornted with )cllow flowers, whllo
the beautiful slltcr service of tho ship
was shown off to great ndiajitngc. Do-
Bides tho guests of honor Jhoso pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Hatch, (lencral
nnd Mrs MtClellan, Captain and Mrs.
Hccs, Mr. and Mrs. Van Kcnssalacr,
Mis Tnuner, Admiral Harry, Captains
l'.i'iison and Itogcrs, and Colonel
Hnsebank, tho homo of Mrs. F. A.
Hchncfer, was tho scene of much gai
ety Wednesday afternoon, when .Mrs.
tiiiKtntc Kdmuml Schnefcr niado .hcrlr.
how to Honolulu society, at a recep
tion which whs given from 1 to C. Tho
draw Ink mom was profusely decorated
in Amtrlinn beauty roses'. Mrs. Schne
fcr nnd the fnlr joung brldo received
amid n bower of green, tho towering
palms and feathery bamboo mndo a
Ixnutlful decoration, with touches of
color hero and there, mado by tho ex
oulalto roses. Mrs. V. A. Schnefcr
looked unusually well In n grey crepe
do 'chine, with Imported trimmings.
Mrs. (Justav Schnefcr was a dream of
loveliness In nn empire princess of
whlto satin heavily embroidered. Miss
j Irmgard Schaifer, Miss Klsa Scbaefcr,
.Mrs. Aitrca ensue, una .miss ucatneo
Castle assisted In entertaining tho
guests Mrs jAmcg Dougherty sorvod
the punch. Refreshments wero served
In tho dining room; this room was at
tractively decorated In exorias and
maidenhair fern. A Hawaiian orches
tra was stationed on the lanal behind
u screen of palms. Many beautiful
women were present, and chic and
elaborate costumes were notlcod. The
Schaefers nro renowned for their hos
pitality, and this entertainment, given
Wulnesday afternoon, surpnsscd' all
former functions given at this beau
Governor and Mrs. Frear'a Dinner
Arcndln, the homo of Governor and
Mrs. Frcnr on Punnhou street, was
tho setting for a charming dinner glv
in In honor of Admiral and Mrs. So
urce, and Admlrnl narry. The din
ner was served nt seven. Tho tnblo
wns decorated with rare flowers nnd
tholco candelabra. Thoso present'
wero Governor nnd Mrs Prcar, Admir
al and Mrs Sebrec, Admiral Harry,
Captain and Mrs. Itccs, Captain Hen
son and General nnd Mrs McClcllan,
Van Rensselaer Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Van Rensselaer enter
tained nt a beautifully appointed din
ner Friday evening at tlio Moann Ho
tel. Tlio tablo was decorated In pink.
Thoso present wero Mr. nnd MrB. Van
Itcnssclner, Lieut. Comdr. nnd Mrs
Bnrgent, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcrrlt Wilder,
Miss Kelly of Norfolk, nnd Capt. Gil-
more of tho U. S. S. Maryland.
A tennis club cnllod tho Neighbor
hood Tennis Club lias been formed on
Nob Hill. Tho courts aro situated at
tho head of Victoria street. Tho offi
cers elctted for tho ensuing yenr uro:
Mr. Mimon l'msscr, president; Mr.
Wllllnm Thompson, vlca president!
Mrs. K. M. Watson, secretary; Miss
llallentyitc, treasurer. Tho member
ship Is limited to twenty people, liv
ing In thnt neighborhood. Tliu open
ing of the tonnls lourt wus celebrated
with a tea, which was given. on the
grounds last Suturdny afternoon,.
s ' '
Lieut. Comdr, OlmBted cntnrtnlnQd
nt dinner Thursday evening In the
vvnrdroom of the V. S, S. Tonmssco.
Tho tnblo was tnstifull) decorated In
purplo astern. Among tho ' dlilncr
gutBts were Mr. and Mrs Mnson Gros
ser, Miss Thntchcr, Mies Arnold of
San Francisco, and Miss Grow.'-
Iutorest In the tennis games at Uie
Ileretanla courts this week has brcq
keen, and both on Thursday nnd Frl
da there was nn Interested gnllery of
spectators present to cheer and "root"
for their favorite plujeis Frl hi)
there was nn unusual!) (iithuslnHtlu
(ompany presunt, umoug tliein heliiu
u number of Navy nun, nnd several
from the Arm) and Knglncei Cot pi,
the uniforms of the mm nnd tie
light, nit) r.nnns of the women adding
n festive touch to tile kcoiic, Tho pief
i rente of tlio lonipnii) soemtil iilmut
IIONOMJMJ. T. It , BATUflDAY,
otunly dltldcd, nnd there wa much
npplnuuo for Henderson and Nlcliol-
ron of tho Navy when they mndo
snmo bfllllant piny, nnd nn equal
hand clapping nnd cheering for (lee
nnd Roth when they showed their
.hnndlncss with racquet and ball. Mr.
1'oge acted as referee.
Among thoso noted nt tho games
wero Captain and Mrs. Low, Major
Kay, Lieut. Comdr. Zlcgmcler of tho
West Virginia, Mrs. N'oonan, Miss
Marlon Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Drnlnerd
Smith, Mrs. Ralrd of Illlo, Mrs. Jack
Wnrrcn, Mrs. Kdward Watson, En
sign nnd 'Sirs, Glnssford, Mr. Calhoun,
Mr. Wllhclm, Mr. Henry Dutton, U'.
and Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Gardner Wil
der nnd hbr house guest Miss Homes
of Michigan, Judge Sidney M. Ballon,
Sutton, Mr. Wcrthmullcr, Mr.
Ilootho, in. Qee, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clif
ford Livingstone, Mrs. Sam rinhlnl'i,
Mr. George Davlcs nnd pnrty, nnd
mnny others. Thcro were a number
of pcoplo 'watching tho games treni
their motors, or carriages and scver.il
tamo over from Fort Shatter in tlio
mulo drawn surre)s. Major Dinntm?
watched the games for n timo on
horseback, as did sovcral otchrs.
Lieut Landerbcrgor of tho flagship
TcnnoBsco will be tho host at a lunch
con today at the Country Club, In hon
or of Miss JoBophlne McClcllan. The
other gueUiiwlll bo Lieut Comdr. nnd
Mrs. Sargent, .Miss Kelly, Miss .Mc
Clcllan, Lieut. MncMlllnnnnd Flag
Admiral Scbrco nnd Mrs. Hotiruo
will entertain In honor of 'th-i visit
ing forclgm Captains at luno'i-'im to
morrow 'on board the Tennessee. Le-
sldcs the guests of honor, Coti'ns
Fltzhorbert'andt Schroder, tho gue&ti
will bo Judge nnd Mrs. Hnlluu, Cnp
taln and Mrs. Recs, and Captains Mi
yo, Pond, and Dcnsou.
-I l..l. 1 nnnrl.nrnnr llnlmni nml,
....n iii . " ; ."-- "-
MacMlllun will act as hosts nt n pic
nlc tea to be given nt Allan Herbert's
place. 'Kftllhl valley, tomorrow after-
noon nnd evening. Among tho guests
who will bo present nro tho Misses
McClcllnn. 1 lout. Comdr. nnd Mrs.
Snrgcnt, Miss Kelly, Miss Hatch, Miss
Damon, nnd a few others of tho ) din
ger society set.
(Additional 8oclal on Pages 12, 13
"LEAK" IN WIRELESS;
COURT OF INQUIRY
demanding of life. '
During the speed test of tho Pacific All Sortl of Devicei Hen. '
fleet crulrers off Ilawnll there was a The articles also provide for the
"lenl." In the Federal wire Ilk-, system manufacture ot goods, garments,
and certnln figures regard'n ; tho teat ,00'8. Implements, games and what
nltcrod ln(o tho hands of ouu of tho 0or articles of necessity or luxury
locaNpapors. In tho eves if the gov- ""'V ''o desired for membors; to con
crnment this Is a very seriou i offense. luct tt Publication office; to mnln
nnd as ii result It Is sold In it a Court tn,n schoIii. reading rooms and con
of Inquiry Is being held at tho Nnval Uutt lecture Itineraries; to operato
Station to dotivmlno whi tho guilty JBn'l'. colloges, hotels; to own res
operator la, ana what tho fncti uro. '"""?'"' Bh"B "nd, tore,8' nJ to
Mnnnger Balch of tho WIuUsh Com- rMgB" " "ndtontrol hospitals, clln
pnny wns nn.niig tho witness t.,lty. "'., "! "V ."' ,c1ttlthhomcs. Ban
and a close examination ts being nm.lo ,w' "e,, InsM o.
of nil operators hundllm: gcivcinmcnt
. . FLEET FLAGSHIPS
Thn rnt-uwkll dnrvlnng nf Hf Rnn
men's InslHulo to 'tho sailors of the
I'ncllle fleet' will be, hold tomorrow
morning on board the flagship Ten-
nesseo at 11 o'clock-
I . .
Tlila IV I u.ln.1 nn Ihn nnir nop I OK
of seivlces hold on board.the vurlous
vessels and the cntortiilnments glv-
pn on shore to the bp)s' The offl-
cors of the flcot have expressed their
oppreclutlnn,of tho manner In which
tho Institute has worked for the
wolfnre of the men under tho dlrcc-
tlon of Superintendent P. K. Ever-
ton. The Itev. W. H. Hllss will
offlclute'nt Inmonovv's seivlces.
Bulletih Busings Office Phone MO
ti , . ti...u nno..i rhnnr 1B5
-- iii i n
$05 KklMINu IUNS
EcWlt typewriters just as jjood
A. B, ARLE1QH & CO., LTD,
, 1 1
OCT. 2, 1909.
HAPPINESS SOLD FOR
25 CLNTS A YEAR
Harmony Club Will Teach Tou the
Value of a Smile and a Song in
the Coune of Your Everyday
NEW YORK, Sept. 4, What do
wo nil want most In llfoT"
"To be happy; just that and no
"Happiness means different things
to different people. Hut whatever It
means to us that Is what wo are liv
ing for." ,
These are qucs'.sns and answers
Involving the baslo principles of tho
Harmony Club, which sought Incor
poration yestoidny In the Supremo
Court. Justice Amend held over the
application because of a technical I
nnw wniclt may bo easily corrected.
Kdward II. Fallows, attorney for
tho State Comptroller In the collec-
tl Ul UIU IllllUlltUlItU 1HA, IB (llfl
chief organlter of tho club, which
had Its birth In March, began to at
tract notice In June and through tho
summer gained an enrolment In nil
the State. He) was prompted to make
pcoplo happy by organisation In fur
theranco.of the work of his father,
Illshop Samuel Fallows of Chicago,
founder of the Institutional church
and of tl)e Emmanuel movement. As
sociated with Mr. Fallows as Incor
porators are Helen M. Folger, Charles
H. Selover, Wntje Livingston Smith
and Edwin Esre Purlnton.
These are the objects ot the ,elub:
To harmonlia people with them
selves, their surroundings and with
one another. '
To provide tjie efficient value of a
smile and sonic In eveivdav life.
Tn ABtahllnU ! .. ..-14..
. --.... ...o ,.c, UUHJ Ul
body, mind.-hoart nnd spirit.
To nve,tgate. formulate and de-
monstrnte the scientific laws of hap-
To enunciate the principles of
wholesome, truniphiinfy sincere llv-
To present tho discoveries of mod.
cm ps) chology In slinplo Attractive
To put thoso who wnnt vital
knowledge In touch with thoso who
To maintain a brotherhood of Indi
viduals, whero s)mpathy Is tho only
To Impart the secrets ot seir-help,
as the highest form of altruism.
To promote free discussion of ev
ery subject that makes tor clear un-
... .d,,, '" "'" ',"' "" '" """ '"'
"" m's for twenty-live conts a jenr,
wnicn pa)H also Tor tho club manual,
"How to bo Happy," to bo had at the
cjub headquarters, No. 30 Church
ktreet, whoio Mlbs 'Folger la In
"YoU Soo us hero vo'ry happy,'
imss foigor said jesttrday. "We nro
also veiy Ims'y, for ulready thousands
hnvo Joined our movement. Wo nro
a" ,"" much better In body for the
work vve ard doing. A wo say In
fill n tmi nn ... . il L
""' ". ory muugm we onter
IIh ilnA.i .a..lLl . 1 . '
""" "uva nuuieinillK 10 ine linrlV.
rnr "I'olla digestion, anger paralyz-
, '"" "" jcuiousy disturbs tho
c'rculatlon, Insincerity hinders
"renthlng, cowardice unsetles the
n0". misunderstanding upsets the
ncn of the heart. All this we
e'ln'lnato b) cultivating posltjve,
nl,e'ul. energizing thought. We wish
'""I'lV to make people happy and
Kecl' liall) ourselves In doing It."
Whv You Are Unhaoov.
, , r ',u''n'0" 'n H'e current
n,liniUor "' 'o club organ savs; "Tho
elue to happiness lies in learning
Il0W '" feel ,he lnwarunes of things.
Sm".e ,,r "1B flo things are unnat-
liml fond that llocs thB llliroatlnn
,arve Ui neives. clouds the brain,
xtllTpns Hie Joints: spurious emotion
Ilnl Impels iih Ut mnlio tragedies out
(,t l""OT. Iiolrlufim Instruction that
QEfeKERS of excellent merchandise
wtill find our store full of novel
conceits from the world of fashion.
Our ads cannot begin to describe
all or our many novelties, but they aid
Us in calling many interesting items to.
' We have been appointed sole
agents for the HALL-BORCHERT
which we will sell at NEW YORK
PRICE of $15, plus freight.
A few novelties in
including tjie "FOLDING" ones,
which pack into your suit casctfor
ladies and gents.
"DIRECTOIRE" UM BRELLAS
very nobby for ladies.
Then, ladies, some with an extra
Lcatjier Handle to slip over your
wrist so you cannot misplace them.
A most beautiful line of
in Crapes and Silks. Many of these
arc most exclusive in design and style,
ofvhich we have only one of each.
New Skirts New Lingeries
New Rain Coats
ill iHJnM n :
deflcs the majority, vague, sermonis
ing that confuses religion with theo
logy and makes heaven a posmu
mous hopo Instead of a present real
ity. "This lund nnd ngo are distingu
ished by tholr eagerness for .now
modes of better living. The methods
have millions of adherents, but they
conflict among themselves and need
balance. Wo hope to establish a de
partment stoio of self-holp. To pos
scss whut wo offer you will need
ycry llttlo money, bu n vast amount
"Theology has taught us rnorcly
how to dla and medlclno has taught
us merely how to recover. Wo hope
to teach the art of being well with
out being worried over It. Tho one
thing needful Is a clearing houso qf
thought, therapeutics and reform.
"In every opal many colors nro
blended. The buo or nsplratlon, tho
nlnk ot health, the green ot opulence
and all the rainbow tints of experi
ence combine to produco the gem of
happiness. Health, prosperity, plea
sure, work, freedom, altruism aro
prlmar) elements of hnpplncss. Our
work Is to put jou In touch with nil
the best methods. This Is a brother
hood of Individuals, where the oixy
pledge Is to be sincere and the only,
obligation Is to keep growing. No
thing hinds us except a mutual de
sire for advancement."
Justice Amend held over the appll
cation because the paragraph relat
Ing to hospitals and kindred Instltu-
tlons make It necessary that consent
be obtained from tho State Hoard of
Charities This may bo had by Blm-
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 180
1 ' -L .-j ga C
HAMS TO PLAY
INt was decided this morning loy
have the Knmchamcha baseball nlno "i
piny the U. 8. 8. I'cnnsylvnnln to-
monow nt tho Lcnguo grounds. Iho
Kains wore scheduled to play the
West Virginia bunch, but It wim
found thut five or six of tho W. V.h
would ho required to ploy In the All
Kleet tenm, nnd thnt It would bo too
much to ask them to play two games
during tho sanio nftcrnonn..
Notwithstanding the fact thnt nt
mors nro going around to tlio orfcut '
that tho games will not be pl)d
tomorio nt the Leuguo grnundii,
they will ho plncd for sine, nnd
should piovo to bo tho htbt games
of tho Benson.
Tho first gnme will stnrt nt 1-.IU
o'clock, und the bcinnd at !l p m.
A big crowd Is expected to attend,
although tho counter attraction nt
the Athletic I'ark will druvv a lingo '
Judgo De Holt this morning grntit
cd a mitigation ot sentence, In tho
I cusc of l'ujlkawn, who was sentencid i
in tho Dlstiict Court to nlno months''
imprisonment on conviction of lio-1,
Ing unluwfull on tho Judd prtm- "I
It dovolapcd that tho JnpuncseJ,H
a man of consldeiublo Industry, nnd
Judgo De Holt decided thnt tlio sen-
lenco Imposed wns Ion Bevrrii, nnd
nctordlngl) icdiired It tn thirty