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Milled from the hardest wheat grown
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Mrs. Walter Hoffman's Buffet Lun- Green Street Mr. ami Mia George
clcon, .Davles gue u Tennis Tea In lionoi
Tin' lluffct luncheon given Friday, of the Omcers of the Iledfoid. Sev-
by Mia. Walter Holfiuaii vvns one ot era I sets of exciting tenuis wan
tlie inojt cnjojable nrfaliu nf tlio watched, for these English OnUeit'
week. Tile house was beautifully excel In athletic, and noma of our (
dec orntoil In pink sisters; small tn most protlclenl lentils plnjeis wuro 1
IiIcm weie nlaced on the lanal. anil Invited to plnv with them, liler'
In Iho library, wheie tliu guests were In the nfleinoon, delldotw tea, sand-'
seated, whllu tliu luticliuii wns htv Miches and cuke v. on (.erved under
rd from the huge clrclt'nr talile In the pilms, mote tluin two nine or
the llllilng iuomt A delirious cold I eople enjoyed thin charming jilting
luiicliLiiu uimwndl In the ti 110 Hut- "tuples linipltnllt)
fi-t fashion .ami the ilulul) and dell-
clmnTyltimH wen. iiMirn(iRlii enjoy- Cautain and Mrs. Bees' Dinner.
cd. During In! nftcmoou IhU gift- Captain and Mis. CoiuIii Htm,
cd hostess wan i edillid upon to were host and hostess nt nn clahor
slng, her deep coutntlto iiht nitver ato dinner Sunday evening, when
sounded bolter than on this occasion, the eiitertnlucd In honor of Captain
when hliu sum several songs of Mis I Itihcnry mid OfflceiH of the II. M.
Carrie .Incidis lloml, who has made S. Iledroid. The table win exquisite
Miille 11 name for herself, ns a mm- b dcioratcd In cut lluweis ami mnl-
poser In the musical world Mis. den hair fern.
1'intt, .who .Is quite an tlorutlonlst.l
recited sewiai huuioioiis plecs that Mr. and Mrs. lewers' Dinner,
caused much mirth. Among the Monday, Mr. nnd Mrs Hubert I.ew
gucsls who itijojed Mrs. Hoffman's ers euterlnlned luformall) nt dinner
hospltiiltlv nu U' Mis Pratt, Mrs. 'lit honor of Captain and Mrs. l'eti
Wallacc rairtngtou, Mrs I.aura hallow nnd their son Harrv The ceti
Wlght, Mrs KrnoHt KopUe, Mrs. ter ple(e,wns a tall cut glass wise
lJmll) Htjne, Mr.t lordati, Mrs. Die-t')iitiilnlng long stemmed American
key. Mis. I.eeker. Mis Wndman and lleaut) loses. Those present en:
Mis, KlUr.luth Church. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Letters, Cnp-
' tain nnd Mrs. Penhallow, Mr. and
Mr: and Mrs. Divies' Surfine Party. M Artl'r Wnl'. Mr- ""fry l'en"
Monday afternoon the Cllve Ha- hallow, Sir. Sherwood l.owiey 1111O
Vies give a ver enjoyable surllng Mr. Kiederlck l-ovvrey.
paity nt theli W'nll.lkl residence. In
honoi of the Oiruers of the Iledfonl: Thanksgiving exercises will be
ufter liarllt Minting In this exciting 'held at Hlshop Hall. Wednesdii
end novel sport, foi reveral bonis, inoinlng, November 24th It has been
Tea was eeivcd to the guest under the custom at I'uuahou for many
the hail tic?.
e.us, for each scholar to loutrlbute
11 thanksgiving offering for tho poor
(hltdrcn ot" llimolulii, 1 hew dona
tions consist of tots, inline), fiult,
It's Up To You
To say whether jon will con
tinue to suffer from Stomach
and Bowel Ills or adopt the
successful plan of thousands
of others and take HOSTET
TF.BS' STOMACH BITTEHS.
Ec wise tolay, for delay only
aggravates matters. This
well-known remedy is excel
lent for Poor Anoetite, Sour
Risings, Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, Costivtntss and Malar
ial rctcr. Oct
Por sale by llcnson, Smith ir Co.,
Ltd.; llolllstar Drug Co, Ltd.:
Chamber') Drug Co, Ltd,; llllo IViig
Co: and at all Wholesale l.lil'ior
Mrs. Philips nnd Mrs
let timed from (he Orient on the
Chlvo Muru, will be lnnless nt the
rieanaulnn, next week nt an after
Mr. nnd Mrs. C W C Deerlng
will entertain nt a large Tlunksglv
Mr. and Mrs. C. Paul Haac's Dinner.
M ...t.l Mot ll.tivitllu Wotl. IIU
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complimented guests nt dinner v- "" clothing,
en nt tho Mo ma Hotel, Sunda even-
lug by Mr. nnd Mrs C. Viuil llaig.l
The table decorntloiiH weie led inr
mitlons nnd maiden linlr fein. While
the twinkling reil candles with tlulr
red shades, lent added beauty to the
Ifu auJ Wsm TntMAA TA(A1 T1MM1
HI. IUIU mil. IH muuvui .u ... ,. .
Wednesday Jlr nint .Mrs. juuh'h "(. . mui.n.i .n mni
Kennedy gave an elaborate dinner home on tho oriiei of Klnnii nnd
H tneir noma on viciorin sireei, m ..-.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Whltchnttso, will be delighted to hear
that they are occupying tho Noonan
house on tho corner of I'eusacota
nnd Wilder Avenue,
Mrs. George Ktcugcl and her Iltllo
daughter Pauline will lcrvo Tuesday
on the Maunn Ken for the' Volcano,
where they will visit Mr. and MrB.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I Abel havo re
turned from a three months' trip to
Miss Krnnccs and Miss Addle Mur
phy after spending Inst winter at
the Moaun, are spending this win
ter In tho Orient. The Misses Mur
phy who are taking a six ) ears' trip
nround ths world, write that they nlso lnoiight up, and the pios ami
are Infatuated with Japan, but con- urns of wooden ones and lion tins
hon'r of some of the Planters who
lire vlsl'ltig In Honolulu. Tho table
wmb tastefu'1, decoiatcd, and 11 de
licious dinner w'.is served.
Captain Fitzhenry's Dinner.
Captain Kltzhenry made nn Ideal
host, Monday evening, when he en
tertained aboard his ship, at dinner.
Tho dinner was served In the Cap
tain's cabin, tho table was exiiulslto
In purple violets nnd delicate pink
roses, tliu' Hawaiian Quintette Club
liiNilshed music during dinner, nr
tcr the repast the genial Captain nnd
his guests Joined the merry throng
of dancers on the quarter deck.
Among the Cnptaln's guests were:
Admlml and Mis. Corwln Hecs, Mr,
and Mrs. Oerrlt Wilder, Mr. . ami
Mrs. Cllve Davlcs, Mr. and Mis.
Ccorge Davlcs, Consul and Mrs, Kors
ter. Miss Dalsr (lias.. Captain Tuke
shltn of the Japanese cruiser and
Cantnin and Mrs. Parks' Dinner.
Though informul, one of tho most
enjojnbto dlnnois of the week, was
given Wednesday evening nt tho Al
exander Young Hotel, by Captain nnd
Mrs, Parks; the affair wns given In
honor of Mrs. Alexander 0. llawei
Jr., who Is 11 gucu of tho Young
The color scheme was pink, and tliu
Initio was very artistic.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis' Dinner.
,The llany Lewises entertained nt
dinner Satmday evening nt their ar
tistic home on Pentacohi street. Tho
tablu was beautifully arranged, and
a thoroughly cnjojalilu eveiilug was
spent by those present.
Dr. and Mrs. Judd's Dinner.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Judd entertained In
formally at dinner at their attrac
tive bungalow Motjdtiy evening. Tho
color scheme vvns white and green,
nfter dinner coffee and liquors were
served on' tho lanal, overlooking tho
sea, Among those' present were:
Doctor nnd Mrs. Judd, Mrs. Alexan
der (!. llavcs Jr., Mr, and Mrs. i:ile
ICuudhcu, and Mr. Dime Cartwrlghl
Dinner at Consulate.
T'hn Hugllsh Consulate was the
setting for a very prettv dinner giv
en Saturday evening by Consulate
and Mis. Forster In honor of C.ip
tuln Pltzhomy of the Ilcdfoid, Tho
tuhlo was bedecked with fragrant
lIoweiB ami glowed with waxen can
dles nnd Huff) silk shades. Many
pictty "women weie present, who
v;eiu ntthul In smart, decollete even
ing frocks. After dinner the nb-
so. blue gume uf hildtre was lndiilued
In until 11 lute hour. Among thoso
present vvero-Mr. nnd Mrs, roister,
Admiral and Mrs, Hecs, Mr. nnd
Mis. Gcoige Davles, Mrs. Wnlbrlilgc,
Mr, und Mis. James Wilder, Miss line nfter a visit in Honolulu, for
Daisy (Iras, u sister of tho hostess, their homo In California, They me
Captain I'iuheury, l.t. Pelly und W daughters of former Senator
utliera. Haul of California.
Mr. and Mrs. George Davies' Tennis Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
,.Te,av ..... .., . . I'aJletm WitomJ Kooni Phono ISa.
Mouda) at (heir beautiful homo 011
Sea Wicn Club
, Holds Meeting
Several matters were dlwuwil 11 1
I lie meeting of the Honolulu Ytudit
Club last night The disputed lace
between the Peal I mid Dancing K ill)
vvns discussed mid (mall) the skip
puts decided to tors for the pi Ins.
Hough won the Mnnutaitiiilng Shoe
co. pii7e und stone tui.es tile stiuiy
Another rate will be sallul to
morrow week between the two boils,
and that will dtilde the much dis
cussed qiKstlnn as to which Is the
faster. A change was iiinilo In tliu
course last Sunday, und consequently
one of the small boats failed to flu
id! the proper course. However, tho
skipper claimed that he had not
been Informed of the cluing mid
piomptly protested the race
The committee was Increased by
one additional member last night,
und Will I.jlo was elected The
question of nil tho boats having the
same design of tall wus brought up,
and It was decldedVi pass the follow
"Sail urea on nil boats, so far as
legal ds mainsails, shall be limited us
follows: ")y mo measurements,
Horn the deck to tho eje of the
throat halliard blocks, from the mast
to the oiithniil hole 011 tte gaff and
rutin tho must to the oiithniil hole on
the boom; these measurements to bo
nunouueed by the regattn tummitteo
Itcfoic tho next raie."
It was' nlso decided, nfter somo
tnlk. to have races tvvleo a month.
Instead of every Sunday as In the
past. It was felt thnt to hnve races
every Sunday was overdoing the
game 11 I I, le and would leave no
time to the owners to efftct neces
sary repairs to their hookers.
The question of center boards was
shier their first love, Hawaii more
Mrs. Jnck llclser nnd little daugh
ter, huve been spending several dajs
Mrs. I,, A. Thuistou who Is now
visiting In the Eastern cities. Is tho one tlxed
recipient of much attention fiom
friends In her ojd home, us her re
turn Is a delight to those who knows
Colonel Sam Parker, and his son.
Sam Paikir Jr.. were luiomlng pas
sengers 011 the Slbeila, Monday tho
fifteenth, fiom San rinnclscn. Colo
nel I'm Iter has been spending somo
time In Southern California, where
the climate has been of great bene
fit In Improving his health, u fact
which causes his host of friends to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert W. Shingle
letiirued on the Slbeiln fiom 11 visit
Mrs. r T lllckertou, and her Mill.
Mr. Spenier lllckertou, leturned on
tho Siberia fiom u visit to Callfoi
Pin. Mrs. Helen Noonnii was a deput
ing passenger on the l.tirllne, Wed
nesday, foi a visit to tho Coaat.
Mrs. M. i:. Tcmiey was also n pas
senger on tho I.urlluo, November the
Mis. Hlchard Cooke nnd child loft
on the steamer Kln.111, November the
blxteenth .for Kauai.
Mrs. I.curln Andrews, wife of tho
deputy iittornev-geneial, left on the
l.urllne for the Coast, I
illsuissed. Tho wooden ones do not
seem to bo heavy enough nnd will
not sink unless weighted with a lot
Tho meeting adjourned after It
was decided that the Galloping Mary
could use her metal icnter board un-
,111 such time as she has 11 wooden
A CONTHACT was hlgned nt San
Pram 1st o on Oct S It) the Asso
ciated Oil C0111p.u1 with M0010 A.
Siott of Oakland for the construc
tion of a seagoing steel oil tank'
steamer, to be usul for carrying fuel
oil, The new vmol will be 200 feet
long, 37 feet beam nnd 13 1-2 feet
depth of hold The marhliier) Mil
consist of the best designed com
pound engliujs, with Scotch 'mmlno
bollcis, and the latest up-to-date
winches, capital's and steam steer
The Darlinc: One.
Ho stole a kiss So quick ktwns done
She did not know what he was ut;
lie never stole another one
Sho gave them to him nftei thnt.
Tho Mlssca llnnl left on tho !,ur-x
FOR WHOOPING COUCH. CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, SORE
THROAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
VatporUvJ CrMln V the proiyimi of
iul tvhrtt CiimIih " , oiii.
en n mJ throat, re lief birftlhmg rtiy in im
cw of rolJf I toolSe lh aot Unot tftd (topi tht
CMifch. It it a boon to iuDcicii fiom Atbm
CroUn tl rwrrful nnicidc, ctmi both
i a tu U anl pirvtiiliv in conUtoui diirt
CretoUnv'i l-l icturoeodtioa ill tlurt
IC4II luccctUul ut.
Tor SU Vr U DnwUli
StnJ To tat ht t)tcilf
Thrct! Tablet, imp't
nii laothiufj lot K it
nUkJ thiotl 10c.
TV Vp Cr.idtM C.
ISO mtm Slrttt,
f w Ytik Ctif,
Whitney, Marsh & Co Ltd.
isjtn m f(wvww v(sJceitli
j Beautiful Display of
Cciiiiinsit.K the ccr populr.r
"Dorothy Dainty" Sets
'of Hair Bows and also Sash with Hair Bows to match
all nitely boxed. As
We arc oJTcrint;
Taney Flowered Bibbon 4Vi in. wide nt . r. 25c
Plain Taffeta Bibbon 4V in. wide at Sac
Fany Ficurcd Bibbon 7 in. wide at . . 50s
For FANCY W0BK we hnve many special designs in all
widths to match.
Opening Display of
Street and Evening Wear
White Tailored Waists
Wc have iust opened a full assortment of stiictly tailored
waists in linens. Some are plain tucked in clusters, etc.,
and some are handscm:ly embioidercd.
Sizes, 32 to 44.
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the ideal that it is possible to reach; its
Tone isvth'c one that other makers have
found it, impossible to duplicate. In buy
ing a C nickering Piano you secure the
test it is possible to purchase.
Q Vc have Chickcrings in all the differ
ent S12CS and styles cf case, and are
always glad to show you our f uic stock.
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Sole Agents for Hawaii
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