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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, "T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 8, 1910.
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Burdettes Are Comlnjr;.-
Unless their plans 'changed w'lth
Inth'o past few days, Dr,"'nh'd Mrs.
rtobeft .1. Uurdette of Pasadena left
California 'yesterday on the Korenj
, bound 'for' a four months' stay: In Ho
nolulu beforo continuing their Jour--!
'noy nrbund the World. Their ouly
scrvnnt Is Mrs. ilurdetto's maid Who
wlllj accompany them on around.
lionolulu filendshavo been commis
sioned to secure them a' furnished
liou'so nnd servants, nnd If a houso
can' bo found hey will enjoy tha
freedom nrfd rest or home llfo while
Since his long Illness resulting
, ,fronin fall, Dr. Ilurdctto has fouh1
It, necessary to resign as pastor "of
' tho Temple Daptlsi Church In IVw
Angeles' and la, now Pastor Emeritus
of' tho' church. Dr. Uurdette says ho
Intends to 'do moro writing than ho
has had time for In tho past, and
will contlnuo his lecturing which has
nlways been In such great dcinttid.
Uoth Dr. arid'Mrs. nurdettemroW
busy peopio at home, and
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matida of philanthropic, religious and
social life mado upon them aro very
"Bunnycrcs," their palailal. ,Pnj!a
do im home, which crowns n It III'
from which a beautiful park (dopes
down , to tho boulevard, Is tho center
'of much" delightful hospitality nnif
lias nn atmoaphero quite ttj. own,
Tuesday Is Sunnycrcst reception day,
but on tho first Tuesday evening' of
ivory month Mrsllurdiitte holds a
monthly salo'li which Is always nota
ble for thenumbor of clever atid'ln-
-tcrcstlng people who are' entertain
ed: Each month about fifty or Bitty
friends, all prominent' In tho realm
of science, religion,- mc'dlclno or tho
nrtlstlc professions, know without
being' especially Invited that 'their
presence Is expected at Sunnycrcst,
for tho latchstrlhg nlways hang's but
for those who havo, onco' been bid
(fen to ' these salons; Each' time
fcomo 6'no presents n paper or speaks
lh'formally upon somo question of
the' day It may bo' somo philan
thropy, fcohio n4w discovery In tho
medical world, a how book or a po
litical question and later a discus-
' fcloh follows which Is general.- There
Is nlways' some good music, and later
over the coffee cups tho guests ljll
one, miothcr good-night. Most at
the ndleil writers, artlsts-and-men'of
lfctters who Visit Southern California
during the winter are guests' at one
of these salons,' nnd the Durdcttcs'
"Tuesday night friends," as they
term tho fortunate coterie, alwayi
icgrpt the coming of summer or of
u mid-winter flitting which brings
nn end to these' monthly events.
' Doth Dr. nnd Mrs. Uurdette havo
traveled extensively, nnd one year
' mado an extensive trip through tho
Holy Land. Like every womnn who
travels ninth, Mrs. Uurdeto has u
fad, nnd It Is bells. 8ho has several
hundred .bells from every part of t
tho world old camel bells from Da-1 Mr- Jo'"' Wood, n former rcali
muscus, monastery bells that called lcnt .of Honolulu, and valued Instnic
to prayer many centuries ugp, big 'or ot Oahu College und very popu
bolls nnd llttlo bells, bells of mbsfjnr among tho literati of Honolulu,
Intricate and wonderful workman- lcft Honolulu several .years ago, en-
' ship from every nook and corner of
tho world, and each new trip adds 'ck "P Iho study of law, and on
moro' bells to the fascinating collec- January fifth was appointed by Pre
tion,' which occupies the broad lower. '(lc'H Tjft aa United States Consul
landing at Sunnycrcst and Is ad- ,0 Y0"1. n position Mr. Wood-will
mired by all tho visitors to, this fl" w'tu dignity nn- be a credit to
Uoth Dr. and Mrs. Uurdette do
considerable .literary work, and Mrs,
Hurdetto lust year imbllshed n book,
''Tho.Ralubow lind the Pot of Cold,"
which Is a detailed storv - nf tho
building of tho Temple llnptlst
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cuurcii in i,os Angcics. Among ur,
Hurdotto's host.knnwn fi'onk nro tiia
"Smiles Yoked With Slglis" nnd
"Chimes From a Jostcr's Hells," both
of which have had a wide sale. Hi
does considerable magazine' and
newspaper work as woll wh6n ho
finds time for the occupation which
ho loves. Dr. .Uurdette Is 'noted for
lilu genial blg-heartedncss' and his
wonderful understanding of human
nature,- as much as he Is' for hW
cloVer wit, n'nd ho 1b 'ever lending
Kentncky'i moit- fa
moui and best; the
World' most .famous
and best; -the. vrhiikey
-that hat ' girdled the
Globe. Sold bv,
& Co., Ltd.,
the helping hand somewhere. Every
thing which Interests humanity In
torests him. In addition to his
writing,, preaching and lecturing, ho
has, .been one of the city commission
erg of Pasadena, till his .health de
manded, ,h'8' resignation, nnd his In
terest (n miinlclpal"iirfars has, great
ly stimulated tho Interest of, others.
Mrs. llurdetto,son, hoy Wheeler,
tpent several weeks In lionolulu last
winter, but this Is the first visit Dr.
and Mrs, Uurdeto have mado here orl
10 mo uncni, nnu uonoiiiiu peopio
oro. Indeed fortunate to havo theso
two Interesting people In their
midst, oven for a few 'months,
i Tho, Promotion 4Com'mlttco aro
busying .themselves over tho. forms
of greeting which will bo extended
to the largo number of excursionists,
on the steamer Clovcland. Tho plan
Is for" a .commutes of young girls to
meet .them with a lei for each pas-
5'IRer. Tho tug which will, convey
,ho lnry .sent to meet thorn, decked
I n nil nor "glad, rags the Hnwnllan
band playing Its most fotchlng music.
Why! these strangers will think this
Is paradise, set In mid ocean nnd Im
bue them with a strong desire, -to
come again' nnd stay longer. '
United Btates Senator (Icorgo C.
Perkins (mstdlncd a serious uccldcnt.
1y falling updn 'an Ico coated pave
me'ntj'nn Injure to tho spine, makes
Who fall moro Bcrlous; and gravo fears
aro felt over his condition. Mr.
Perkins nnd his family aro well
known. In Honolulu and' have, many
friends, who trust that the account
has bcon exaggerated, nnd favorable
news will lio received of tho ultimate
recovery of this popular Senator.
Mr. John Watcrhouso was a re
turning passenger on the Mauun I.oa
January the sixth, from Kahulul.
Mr. Jame Kennedy returned -on
the Mnuna Loa, from -a trip to' one nt
the other Islands, January the sixth.
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Mrs. fi. 3. Cunha was a passenger
6n tho Siberia, for California, which
Is on account of poor health, as Mrs.
Cunha has not been In tho full en
joyment of' good health for some
. Mr. VV. II, ltabblU. who 'recently
resigned tho position of Superinten
dent of Public Instruction, for n moro
lucrative 'one, will lcavo on the
steamer China, which sails from
hero Janunry fourteenth for Alio
mainland. Mr. Uabbltt's mission Is
to bring Porto Ricans as laborers (or
the. sugar plantations.
& Cooko will probably bo an Incom-I
Ing'iiassengcr on tho Matson Btcam-ll
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'snip i.urlino, which .leaves Ban
.1'ranciaco, January fifth.
'"""l llnrvard University, where hel
tho country ho represents,
Tho Order of Elks nro making pre-
iwratloiw to celcbrato Washington's
birthday, 1,'cbruary tho twpnty-soc-;
ond, in u manner that will, reflect
C,orJ.' upon thq memtors of this Or-
tina tiu1 itlua t.rwt aIhuIua I. !. a
"- "" " ."iiviujihu "iiumio,
that what ever is attcmptod bv
,,1"". Is carried out. nothing Villi
Uo spared labor, monoy or energy,
Th? liberality of tills lodgo Is so well
knowjj that tho community can be
prepared for something unsurpassed
In former years,
Judgo Sanford Itallad Dole was on
January fourth' Bworn In for his sec
ond Jcrni us, United, States . Judgb of
the District of Hawaii. The commis
sion signed by President Turt, was
read In opon court, and tho oath ot
pfllco admlnUtcred by Chief Justice
llnrtwoll of the Supremo Court. It
was an Imprcsslvo sceno, but ns
Judge Dole has hold so many high
offices tho gifts of tho peopio ot this
territory, ho Js quite accustomed to
the elevation of' high office
. No more melody can be found,
thqn'that which coniCB fropi Dixie.
A song that has endcarod ltsolf to
ull patriotic Amorcans, and consid
ered liow, tho most popular of pa
triotic airs, and has been olllclully,
proclaimed as such, A fact that Is
not at all surprising. Jdst observe
ut n bund concert, which pleco of
music receives tho greater amount
of applaus, and you will flud that
Dixie, is tuo one air Hint is ropcaie.n
ly called for a repetition. Can any
one feel surprise nt, this?
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Vieu ,onu reada of typhoons inul
otlior tthlngs not,qu(to conducive toil
saie ana pleasant trip bucii ns ,xur.
H. P. . Wood,. Mrs. , Wood nnd.,.M!sa
Helen Wilder 'experienced In 'the
China Sea,' a feeling of security comes
ovr uii, . thul wo aro ficu from
ntl sitrli m1niif1vr.nl lirna r.rnnn (n.
Jurf, and In. seeing other sights, this
unpleasant experience will bo forgot-
ten); nndn safe nnd pleasant trip
Will' be theirs. -
Honors isc'em to bo heaped thick
and fast-upon our young townsmnn,Tn
throp Wlthlngton Jr. who was un
animously elected Captain of tho
Harvard Varsity football team for
the season of nineteen hundred nnd
ten. Out a short time ngo, he was
elected president of his. class run
ning, on an Independent ll-kct, nnd
polled more than twice tho number
of votes, as his nearest competitor.
He Is an accomplished oarsman, and
seems to have tho "head of tho
class' In everything pertaining to
athletic sports; his brother Paul Is
also ono who Is making his mark.
Theso young collcgelnns arc social
fayorltes In Honolulu, as wrll as in
their college town. Graduated from'
Oahu Collc'go iyid nro tho sons of
D. It. Wlthlngton, the attorney.
General Harry's aid, Captain Fer
guson, A. C. nnd Colonel Kin ley his'
Chief of Staff, hnvo bcon tho guests
of Fort. Shatter Officers, nnd havo
been tho recipients- of much atten
tion. Mr( and Mrs. Fowler of Palo A"".'
Cnl., hnvlng been spending their ho
neymoon In tho Islands, This charm
ing couple, who havo been dnmlclred
Mr. Humo Ford was a returning
passenger on the Alnmcdri yesterday,
nnd waB met nt the steamer by a
contingent of friends, who were de
lighted to ,sco him, nnd gav'o him n
royal wvlenmo this popular man
was covered with lets. Mr. Kord Is
preceding tho Clarice's tour around
tho world In order to arrange n He
gatta to, bo given nt Walklkl, by the
Outrigger Club, Thb entertainment
will bo given In honor of 'the pas
sengers on tlio Cleveland, which will
arrive In Honolulu tho twenty-second
of this month. The Regatta will bo
on a gigantic scale, Mr. Clarke has
sent sixty dollars for cups as
prizes. Thcro will bo canoo races,
surf ,boardjng, swjmmln races In
fact all Borts of aquatic sports wil
io Indulged In which will bo ex
tremely llnjesjllngtojho numerous
visitors', especially Tti "aliunSjer of
Hawt UM1-JO IfWrt clpotoi
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Ji jNHIE A C0L1 IN ONEDAY
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Tabletkyi All'drueeists refund
the monfey if it -"fails' to cure
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B'.rWi5 Grove's slghaturo k"c
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Iopold II., kins of Ibo IJolKlans, probably was tho target of more crit
icism" and gossip than any other royal figure' br modern' llmos. Ilia morula,
null manners hotter fitted tho limes of tho uilcleiit' Ihun Iho )rojcnt duy,
uud at' his duulh hu was outranged fioin nil his nvairst kin. Ills virc li
an unliajipy lire; und his tliroo daiiEhtoM turned ugalnst hm largely bo--caiitb
ot his rolatlous with tho' Baroul'ba VuilRhaii, lilch ItupUtlnj toii-Miu
bf gossip 'wagging Tor years. The" baroness la a French woman named (Jar
pllno Lncrnlt and wob Iho daughter cf nil Innkcoiior, l.oopolrt Is said to
have married her TnorEan'tacallj, and tho fact thtt oho wafl-nt hlo bedside,
up to the very moment of-hla death led to tho belief that, the'marrlage was
rrgn'ar. Romo 70am ago ho bought' nchnteou-for her on tho nivlera,'pro-
vldius It uo u iduse loj; her ut Liu dcutli, ,, .t ,.,.-. ;...,. vJ
At Mgli noon Tuesday Miss (Elslo
Schnefer became tho bride of Mr;-. I,
W. Waldron., Tho Episcopal cere
mony was pcrformej :)' Canon Simp;
son. The church, owing to tho beau
tiful Interior, was not elaborately dec
orated. The Litany rail was banked
with maldejiliaJr an.t nis anil tho
chancel wns decorated with choice
palms and maidenhair tor.ii. PromptUJ
nt 12 oclocK tho wedding march was
played nnd the ushers, .Mr, Clustav
Schacfcr, Mr."FnM Sclm, fcr, Jr., Mr.
Frank Armstrong nnd Mr. II, Fnrsey
followed by tho Jour djlnty flower
girls. Miss Bva Focko, Mlsi Allcen
Dowsctt; Miss Dorothy Wnldron and
Miss Ilab3 Focko, dressed In shlto
Swiss dresses with blue silky sashes,
preceded the malil of honor and the
hrldo up Ihu center ulslo. At thu I.lt
nny rail tho ushers and flower girls
serrated, thu.i forming a passageway
for the, maid of honor Miss Paulino
Schnefur,- nnd the bride. Thu bride
looked .superb. , Her gown was ele
gant In Its simplicity or .Paris mouse?
lino en train. TliUt frock was mado
entirely by hand; the skirt was pane),
led with -hand-tucking finished with
Clung lace and Vnlleiices, laeo. At
th bottom of this rub was gathered
valouts of Swiss' lace. A Wedding veil,
rausht with leal nrouga blussomH,
nayo ,thu nnlshlnii IducIi to tho cos
tumo'. Tho maid erf honor,, Miss Paul'
ino Schacfcr, .was clad In n wblto silk
miillo over blue, embellished with lace.
A largo picture hat was worn with
ibis- creation. Immediately after tho
ceremony tho bridal party motored to
Iloscbank, the homo of tho bride,
where a delicious wedding brcakrast
was served, TIiIb breakfast was small
only twenty-four guests being' invited.
Tiio guests wero scaled ut a largo cir
cular tablo, which was decorated ox
quUItcly In American Beauty roses.
Mrs, Schaerer, the mother ot tho hrldo,
was clad In a French creation of mus
sels tullo, In tunic princess shape, cm
uclllshcd with green embroidery nnd
laeo motifs. Tho corsago was1 ar
ranged with n flrchu effect over n
plastron 'of outline gold lace. Tho
brldo received' many costly gifts, tho
groom's gift being nn exquisite 'dia
mond pendant."' In'lho afternoon' Mr.
nnd Mrs. -WaldronS;drove to Mt: Tan'
trilux, to 'tho W: 8. CastlaV place
wncro the lioneyimion Is being spent
After January 18th this young c'ouplo,
win uo uoiniciied nt the Moann hotel,
-a a. a"
'the' wedding of Miss Allco Hedc
hiann and Mr. Harold Cnstlo will not
tako placo February 1st, on account
of the brldo's parents being suddenly
called to tho mainland.
'Y; "CJIve DavIesVlt on the Mnuri-t
Keajfor-lhe Island' nt Hawaii. Janu
nry'trTo fourth. "
Tlio plans for the Floral Parade, pf-o?--,'Mt"a'SKaK-."av
Honolulu's most benutltut fcstlfal,1S
arc nov under way, and 11,1s expect- y.
cd that tho number of'deeorntcil nu ft
tomobltcs In line will b .twice that
ot last ycn'iC Evcr.vona-'.seeius llllcd
with enthusiasm, and thotearly start
iiiiiuu i)- iur. iiaroiu uiuinguiini, mu
general director of tho day( seems
bound to bring good results. The
local society people arc planning
their cars already, nnd some extreme,
ly dainty hut Intricate designs are
now under way. Some of the local
people who wero In San Francisco nt
tho time of tho Portola festival re
turned with Ideas gathered from
that source, which will bo novel nnd
(The a touch of variety in the pro
In Hid evening the society folk
who hhvc not been tired la death by
their exertion In Iho pnrndcw and
throughout' the afternoon perform-
nnccs, will all tako In the' Elks' car
nival on Hlshop street, opposite tho
Young Hotel, und then wind up the
ilnv-R run nt th mntnnn i.mi nn i.
mof irnfrfnn. in thn, ivc ,,ia
tn thPKB Iwn nlnrpn
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inoiuod or l-lin will reign nnd Ills
many 'devotees -vlll have plenty to
do bringing othors to worship at his
feet. It is expected that the Ha
waiian band nnd tho famous band
from the Fifth Cavalry' will both be
on hand during the evening to as
sist n tho joy of tho general nf
fairs with their strains of music.
With tho many plans which have
been made, It seems certain thnt
lionolulu will havo ono or.thc great
est days of beauty, plcasm'e and fun
In Kb history.
Mr. I.vmnr nntl Mr. l.npftnn Itvn
Hnrvnnl arnditntr nml Mr. .Inmnn
Pnn-n nrn llvlnn- lIII, tl, I.vnnl, il.-
taces nt Walklkl,
Mr. and Mrs Oerrlt P Wilder
verc passengers on thu Tcnyo Maru,
leaving for an Indefinite t voyago
which will take them to many narts I
ui mo wonu, wnicu nicy 1011 nui in
n former Itinerary, ' llcfore tiiolr de
parture, many dinners, luncheons
anil suppers wero given. Many u
godspeed Is sent them on their lung
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Governor Frcnr returned on tho
Tenyli Ufartl. January tho third from ;
n Visit .to Washlngt,an,'.a). C. and j
other1 Eastern cities;' Covernor nnd
Mrs.- l-'rcnH 'will rciume tho. holding
of their pleasant 'receptions, which
wore suspended during tho nbsence
of the Chief Executive.
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A great deal of Interest Is' Toll In
tho' preparation' for tho great 'Floral
nrnde dii February tho tWOnty-sec-ohd)
which it Is said will eclliise any
foVmeri pagennt hold In Honolulu.
Under t)io'"nblo-dlrectorshlp of Ilnr
gld Dllltnghrim' and his alds--men of
-llilllty nntl ' 'unexceptionable - taste,
this cannot fall to bo ono, Ot tho
most brilliant 'events In the nnunls
f- HaWallan history nml u fitting
tiiblito to the duo whoso birthday
Khnirtd bo eolobrnted ly every lonl
imorfcan, ' '
Colohol' Illilille, ' Engineer' Corps,
Chief of Englneors'or the Department
of California; returned,' January the
(If th oil tho United Btlites Lighthouse
Ton'dei' Kukltl. Mhjo Wlnslo. En-
glncer Corps, In' chargev of locnl
Army work,, accompanied ' Colonel
Ulddlo to Hilo, Where they went to
Inspect the Hltdi breakwater: Tho
efficiency- 'of theso blllcors: Is well
known nnd Iholr ganbrt niniiuers,
hnvo made them niostncccplnblo to
the ones who wore fortunate In inect
Ing. them. 1
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IteVcrerfd' 'Urifl Mrs.-llenry Jitdtl
hnvo 'refuriied from n' visit 'In I relui
(ves on Moloknl, iind. nro now; ready
to receive tliclrfr,IAnds at tnelr now
rcsldonco at' nitteitiundred And nine
teen. Prospect street, 1
IMIss Vera Damon returned' from
Cnii'al on' theA steamer1 Ulnau' Satur
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Mlss''ir.! A'.- Alcxnntier'loft for a
ylslt In Maul on 'Friday, January
feycntll. She wlft 'return to lloiii!
lulu about tho twentieth.
Judge Hallou-was, n'passengcr for
IlllrJ on' tho steamer 'Maunn- Kca,
balling' Tuesday Januarj"'0"rth.
Admiral ilnd',Mr.' UecB nro-doml-
clloilMn" hoTfOrrltt-Wlldor's. beautiful .
homo at"193d' U'ahtks'n'TBtrodt, Tho,"H
.WllderB'lu gno'W is i ono iif the niost'B
beuutlful houses In Honolulu. 'll
When llahy was tick, wo gave hor
When' she was a Child, sbo cried fori
When sho becamo Miss, she clung to'
When she had Chjldrcn, sbo gave thorn
Iho Hotel Mujestle's central localloi(
ut the comer of Fort nnd Uuretaulu'
Ktreots..ltH .well kept lronma and the
ino'dcraWrenlrfinaUo liji very doslr
abj1e5td"e)icolor'you'ne'me'n. j , "
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V- lVMr5TIN AP PAY
51 UUllUltl OLIlllULu ,'
First Methodist Eplieopil Church
corner RcKtatiht nnd Miller streets:
J. T Jones, pastor. Sunday rchool nt
10 a. m., Mr. Richard II. Trent, sitpt.
Morning worship nt 11 o'clock: ser
mon by the pastor; subject: "Joyful
Religion." Kpwnrfh l.uagiic, tf:30 p.
in.! subject: "How in make our wins
God's"; leader Mr: lloy Hunks,
lug worship ill' 7:.1) o'clock; rcrmon
by the' pastor; subject: "Tlio Voyage
lo Heaven." Tlitr Ladles Aid Society
M-111 ninnl u-llli ft-u .1 -1- hi,tru 1(1 ID '
King street. Tuesday nflcriioon at '
2:00 o'clock. Prayer nui-llnn. VJm.
day evening; subject: "Howard of,
Christian Service" Matt. 25:3l-3.
Special attention Is called to the serv
ice that will In) held on tho new
church site, coiner Uerctiinln nvenuo
dud Vlclorla-strnot. In cciinectloii with
" ii"lia-iniui. n tvraivcuira nun .
ll.n ,-m I..,lI,. fr, ,!, .
,v 7 :
breaking for the new
A flue program la being nr-
Prominent citizens will pur
In the rervlce. Watch the
paiwrs for the program. Next Mtm-JI""
day-afteriioon H the time, at 1 o'clock.
All aro cordially luvllcil to tho orv
Ices of this church.
Central Union Church At 9:.",fl
n. 111.. Dllile school.' Mr. K,l Towsi-
Snpt. Men's League Ulblo Class uu-
dor the illri-ciloii of ihn Anxlstnnt Mln.
Istcr. At. 11:00 n. in.. Morning Wor. 1
ship: sermon bv the Mlhteter. '-.lisus' i
Desire." Music bv full chorus c-lmlr:
l"T'10 ''"''irs of
The Pillars of tin) l'irth" Tours; '
r"l. "TllOrO Is
a' Orcen Hill Fnr
IAway - aiuno..
Af r,;33 11. m.. ChrJs-1
'llrlngliig Olhe; to '
,nrist ;" Ir. Ilorrlck C. Drown, leader, 1
'At 7:"' '' ,i,;- MohV Ldague S.'rvles.'
.I'rwldcnl J. -W, ntlmoii) Chvimnu
Sunday Hectlon, presiding ' Address
'".; uwiiuii, I'lvnitiiMt, .lllliruna ti.'iin ..III i:villllll'IILU BWWII,
offiyThrTiail T Whisht
THIS TJMDE MAItK SIONIFIES
Mr. Horace R. Butts, Providence, E. I., a U, S, Army man, many jears J
ago on account of the hnrdshius ot nrtny life hnd dyspepsia and 4
stomach trouble 10 bad that In ccpjl scarcely eat. He took Duf- J
fy's Pure Malt Whiskey, whicfi t;ayc him immediate relief. He
recommends it as an invigoratir. stimulant 'and bcdy-builder.
"I have used Duffy's Fre Mall Whisky for many years nnd find '
that It Is all thnt It claims to bo. During my twenty-four years of ser- '
vice In the V. ft. Army 1 wan being i-upstnutly trunsforied from placo
to place. As a lenult of changing climate uud water, my stomach anil
digestion failed me completely, I was tcarcely able to cat n thing. On.
tho ndvlce of 11 friend I purchased n bottle of DufTy's Pure Malt Whisky,'
and Immediately good results followed. This was eighteen years ago. '
Slnco then I bnvq not been without II, I recommend It to all who aro'
In need ot nn invigorating stimulant uud desirous of building up tho
' ' CAUTION. When you nsk forJluffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be mrej
voa get the Renuine. It's the only absolutely pure medicinal malt whii-.-J
key and is told in scaled bottles only: never in bulk. Look for the,
-trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over:
the cork is unbroken. The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y., U. T
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Look Out For Ants
AFTER THE RAIN. IT'S THE TIME THEY GET INTO
THE REFRIGERATOR AND THE PANTRY. "BLACK
MARIA" IS A GOOD THINO TO DRIVE THEM FROM
THE HOUSE. SOLD ONLY BY US.
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Benson, Smith & Co., Ltil.
Tho Croscbt-arcr;" 'by M
Miss Mitbcllo Hlggari, II. A. of Now,
, York City. Sreclal music by tho cholr. 1
, corilini inviintioil is cxteiiucu iu aiir;
cclnlly to strangers In tho city, lie
ettend thcro cervices. ..,
UNTIL THE NEW Btoamer Honn-
Iiiluau Is milrhed nlid ih commission
tho steamer Novndan ot tho American-,.'
Hawaiian line will bo, maintained onl
ine San Francisco and Honolulu ronton
pn n passenger nnd, Jrclght carrier,
The Ncvndan, which ban been plying"
fin the Seattle, San Francisco and Sa; .
IbiaCruz romc for some time, nrrlvcU
i,n,,l,.lai, Im Knlln . f.nm lt.A Uf.lltl.
I to begin her duties on tho Honolulu
line, and belore starting out will have-
her passenger accommodations slight-
f etilarnc.l. She will carry only '..
,1ml,,,,',1 I"'1" l'se"gers , Tho-
, "" ! ' ' " J. 'r'. "" -7. " ' A
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lions iur ui'.iui ouy i-uoiii i)usf:iier),
a well as seeral thousand tons of
frel!;ht, nnd Is to bo a jicrmnnent fix-'
turo on the San Franclrco and llono-
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u mate on Iho
who lias been 11H'
",r "l0 noimays wnn 011 wiju
1 '""l ,w" children In his homo nt 8!fi
I'orty-mtn sliect. wns killed- liy u
Ilalsht street car Ih Market street
near Dninim, snys the S. F. Chronicled
Tint ispecdlng err timet; him ns lids
wanted down .Mamet oircei, anil-ma -,: h
Rkl111 wa" fractured, cwislnts
dealb. He wai first taken
to -'tlior 73
Emergency Hospital, but found to bo
Motnrinan Henry Helje was arrest
t"!' t""1 'harscd with' manslaughter.;
He was relented en ball.
Hulldlng lots on tho Wnlalua road!
"Piwiio llltn Atcnuo are Iiclng grnd-j
-d r.nd slono wall built along thoj
fiont. It Is stitci) that building opera-F
tlnus will commence soon.
PURITY EXCELLENCE HEALTH,
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