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This Week at the Park The
TWO PERFORMANCES EACH EVENING
r. Walter Stanton
iss Victoria Orville
Ixi Ballads with Novel Effects
lafevauvr'ivrw ..to ki
Floral Psr.ids. ,
Tin- wuik for the I'lor.il Parade
committee Is advancing laplilly mill
must satlarnetorlly. It la tu tic ex
pected t tint the citizen' of Hono
lulu, who lime made till:) their abid
ing plarc for ware, would spate no
pains lo make the jearly Floral Pa
milo one uf gieat attraction each
win tlie parade tu minus thu one
piovlom. Now, thu Chinese mid
Japanese element aie entering Into
the splilt with gieat enthusiasm anil
leaily to make an in 1 1st le dlspla
which will give them an oppoittinlty
oi showing the work they enjoy anil
an' tap.ihle of doing. A large nutu
lii'r of Moals will hu In line, anil thu
ilui'oratlnn of come dhtluclhc tci
tuie will inaku thu pageant of nine
tten htinilicil nml ten a tilumpli or
ait. Suggestion In relation to de
signs for floats iynl nutoinobllps-rul
which in or olio bundled tile expect
e.l lo lie In lino will ho given liy
lliu lotuiultlet' If ki dualled. So
lioty folk are gieatly lutcicstcd In
the automuhlle section, and ran lint
fall to make thin a gie.it attrac:
Hon, and the commiltoo Ik leady to
gle polnteiH for designs for thecals,
as well as to get the addresses ol
makers of paper Mowers, for decora
tive pin puses, iib It will he out of
I lie question for Honolulu to Mipplj
the demand or thu natural product.
As thu Jupaui'KO nro noted for their
(lever handiwork In piodurlng good
liullatlon of llowcis. It will hu help
ful to those who dchlic to make their
tar as attractive im good tasto can
make It. With tailtahlo decorations
anil a bolettlnn of fair women. In
their lowlj lollets of soiuo light del
icate m.ileilal, modish hats, and Uie
general style of I lie Honolulu wielety
women this In Itself would 1111 thu
onlooker with admiration and joy
that they arc living to see all this
huaiity. The task of appointing
Indies lo seive on committees falls
upon Mr. Walter Dillingham, ehali
man of the committee on uutonio
I lies, in the evening something It
piomhed that will he unique, and n
suitable eudliig to this gnla day
The aitlsllc features are being at
tended to hv Mr. James A. Wilder,
which Is promising. Mr. William A.
I.ovo will exercise n general super
ltIon, and It Is their aim to make
it thu greatest spectncular peiform
ii tt n ever witnessed In Hawaii.
This Laundry has built up a well-deserved reputation for the care
fulness in handling the daintiest textual fabrics, cither for washing-, Tp "Pftn
dyeinp; or dry cleaninp;. All the work is the very best.
The French Laundry
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sssara ajm$& m& mss
C'.j jiv - asm a
Wns-" -WTO r49
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The M'ltilnj Mu.'c Club 1 11 an-
oilier of ihelr ciijmahle in lilies 111
the drawing mom of the Alexander
Young lloiel on Wednesda. and' a.i
miti matly entertaining p-ogram was
tendered. 'II Is was an open meeting
tills enabling each member to Invito
two giiuMs so 'quito a largo assem
blage was iirofonl. nml tho nmllcncu
wn otremoi appreclJlivo and en
tliu."iastle. 'I lie follow lag prugt.im
1. Tiiieo I'lower Songa (a)
Clover, (Ii) The Vol ow Haley
The Illuebell ...Mrs. II. II. A.
Mre. Muck'ill, Mrs. Atherton,
Weight. Mrs. Kinney. Mis.
Binllh. .Mrs. Dnvlej. Mis.
He icli I
cue!,- Mm, Walbrl.lgti, Mlra War I Mrs. Catherine I.loyd minounces
Miss Moyer. Mis. I.ovo Mlrs CI ir'e. the ciiingenienl of her daughter,
riano fc'olo(n) navotto, (b) ' Lucille, to Mr. Kdwln Austin l'eck.
So.onade. (c) Dounclng llet j Mr. I'erk Is connected "with tho II.
i Hush KulioJA. Ilaldwln Company at llaiuakua-
Mrs. W. I!. Wiftervilt poko, Maul. Miss l.toyd Is a pop-
Song Cycle.... Mai giroi It. I.r.n;.'i uhii Honolulu girl.
Mis. I. C. Atherton
4 I'lJlin Solo I'lri'l Mmeni"tit
Soiuta IJ.olc.i MncDowoll
Mrs. T. Itlchaids
3. Vccal Colo Indian I.oie I.yrlcs
Amy Woodfotil Kindon'
Mm. C. S. Weight
ii. Vocnl i?olo ".luno"
-, Mm. II. II. A. Ileach
, Miss Rehacfer
7. I'lano Sii'o til)ll .. ..MaeDowell
.Mrs. W. I,. Whitney
S. Vosal Snlo (a) IV I.I I- l.auib!
(Ii) De Las' Long lies', (liy le
iiuo't) (c) Have You Fcpn My
lCIttlf ? Can ie Jacobs llond
A'.rs. Walter Hoffman
A beautiful new edifice Is to ho
elected on tho comer of lleietnula
mil Vldoiki Miccts by the Moth-'
odlst congicgatlon or this cltv. Tho
ceieiiiouy or turning the Hist bpade-
ful of eat ih on this giouud, now con
foi'iated to the building of a lions"
of worship, took place on Monday
iirteinoon, January tho tenth, with
most Impiesslvu scnlips, (iovcinor
Krenr ollk'Inteil In tho capacity of
turning thu sod on the blto wheie
the church will stand. A lar?o as-
semblage was present. The Hawaiian
hand dlhcoiirsed Its best music. A
largo American Hag lloated gracerully
ft om n staff, mid a company of bojs
In unlfoim fiom tho Korean hchool
iornied an effective group. Tho
ileigj was well represented, and ml
I di esses wore mntlo by those piesent,
v ra ".. .vp -a
sjiiii pi: ,
as we'l as Honorable William It,
Castle, who piesented this vnlnahlu
ploperl for the purpose of building
a Mpllioill.it chinch. The. fact that
he does not belong to the tluiiomttia-
Hon makes thu gift nil tho moru
Mrs. ItPslaileli, wife of tho Jllshop
of lloiioliilu, ninl her daughter, Miss
Constance Ki'staiM;, havo leliirned
from Walklkl, wheiu they liavo
been nijoiu nln;r, mid me at their
home at Kngleslil", wheio they ic
celved thvlr friends on Kilday after
noon, January the fourteenth, from
Hi i eo to six o'clock.
Doctor (Iroshiiian, one of Hono
lulu's popular men, letiirned Thins
day, Janiimy the thlrtccjith, from a
dellghtrul li-U to -tho Coast. His
dimming wife and their little child
accompanied him. Doctor mid Mis.
(trossmau will lesldo on Kowato
slreet, wheio tho homo of Mrs.
Church Is being put in leadluehs to
Hear Admiral Henry W. I.jnn, ie
tiled, und Mis. I.oii have gono on
the Magdnlo'ia or tho itoyal Mall
Steam l'ackei Company's tervlce for
tho West Indlc.i and will Bpond sev
eial months ciulslng mound finm
Island to Island, basiling In the sun
mid enJolng Hie mild climate, which
' Is not lo be found up In Maine,
i whom zero weather Is not tho ox-
ceptlon. After living In that vlgoi-
oiih climate for the past two jours
It Is not at all smpilslng that they
long for Hi' balmy aid and gentle
hi cozes, A rumor which was most
pleasing to Honolulu folks was that
Ailmlial nnd Mjs. l,on wore com
ing to this place, and would make It
their peinii'iiont homo upon his re-
tliemcnt fio-.n active tervlce. Tho
ljous weio heio a number of times,
and wero unlveitnl finoiltes. Tho
gonial and unaffected manner of tho
Admiral won hosts of fi lends for
him, and his lovely wlfo, with her
beautiful disposition and courteous
bearing, endeated her to nil, nml ,
the liopu Is hit pieseut Hint tliese
charming people will anchor heic.
Tuesday p.fleniooii, Miss Katherlna
StepheiiB entt i tallied Infoinially at
tea In honor of Miss Van. Schuyver
nnd Mlsa Ueiu-on. two popular oung
I'ortland Kills who ure s-ijoiiinlns at
tho Moan a lintel.
Mr. nml Mrs. Horac" Toga; of Tn
coma, Washlnejou enli'ilnlned at din
ner Wediiesilay evening, at thu Moan i
Hotel. Tho artistic decoiatlons woio
In ticnrlvt. After dlunci too Icj.' and
hostess with their friends lolne I tho
inorry throng of dancers nl tho Mo
ana. Among ihose present weie: .Mr.
and Mrs. I'Ogg. MWs l'.c'.ifnii of l'oil
land, Ore.. 1 i Kllg.ire U. S. M. C.
and I.t.'l.owls. V. S. M. C.
Tho Oilier . of tho V. S. Hcvemf)
Cutter Tin II ente-l.iln-i at le.i, Sat-
A LITTLK BIT1 MS
for the stomach will be
of great benefit to
anyone, when it is
weak and unable to
do its work tiroperly,
thus causing; the blood
to become poor. But
be sure it is
Then you have the
best and purest that
science can produce.
For over 53 vears it
has been proving- its
merit in cases of Bloat
ine;. Poor Appetite,
For sale by llenson, Smith & Co.i
Mil. J llolllator Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambois Drug Co., Ltd.; Hilo D-ag
Co; and ut all Wholesale Liquor ,
Delicate Fabrics to the
Agents for the
F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing
J. ABABIE, Prop.
Beret nia Street
World's Greatest Humorist
15 and IS
uiitny nrtemoou on hoard ship coin
pllnieiitaiy to Miss Van Scliuywr and
MUs Henson of Port'niid. Oru. The
ship was gaily decorated for the oc
casion, and mi enjoyable, afternoon
was spent. Mis. Van Schuyvor acted
as chapei one.
The ditnee on hivnl tho transpoit
Tliomas, Tucyit ly evening was ipilto
a Kiicccskful nffnlr. The fonvard deck,
wiib cnclo.'cd with Hags of illfi'eront
nations, while g.illy colored pennantii
were Btiiing oer head and nimlo nn
ntlmctho dcroiallon. Intermlngleil
with colore,! lights: Hie 2.1th Infantry
bi,,,i fmnlslied Hie music for dancing,
About down o'clock Icei, cal;o and
hot coffee wero sorw.I,
Mrs. Alexander, limber? and party
hao been nijouinlng nl the Volcano
Utilise for owr.il weeki, and hao
been enjoying the beautiful scenery
nnd climate thai tho Irland of Hawaii
ii'fonls, Mrs. Iboiiberg Is enjoying n
lumber of motor trips, haUng taken
her nutoinoblle with her,
-Wonl 'has been iccolwd that Mr.
antPMrs. Ilany l'h-cher ure enJoylnu
tho beauties of Jap-m. Mrs, Klt-cher
was Miss Dora Saundors and has
spent towrnl winters Willi her mil
liter In Honolulu. Mr. and .Mrs. KIs
hor are milting nn pleiifle tour of
Jap-ill., While in Toklo they were the
guertB of tho Secieti'iy of the Km-Imsmj-,
thev wero mo?t enlhuslistlo
over Toklo liking tinny side tilps
fii.nt lli"e. tlimugli tlm cti-nia:idlng
countiy hut o'.r rrom ih" beiteu lino
of tiavel that toiulsts generally tako;
ihilr Hip In Kobe aim prove 1 most
li'luosiliig Tlil j oimg couple will re
tide rhurtly hi Manl'.i where Mr.
"iKchcr Iimb provide I a boiiitlful homo
for hhi young b.Ide.
The many fi lends of .Mr. William
T. Itawllns i egret to hear of his con
tinue,: Illness, nnd that lib; physic)
iiiih will not penult, him to lesiimo
business for a couple of weeks.
Olto Wlv, tho nillst, leturned to
Honolulu from K mal on Sunday,
January tho ninth, whom ho has
addid to his .collection of paintings
of tho scenery on and mound tho
other Islands. Mr. Wlx Is contem
plating n visit to the Coast, wheio
he may Invo mi exhibition ()r his
beautirul wmk- of Hawaiian views,
which cannot fall to plenso the lov
pis of art, which San Francisco has
In ahundafico, and who me capable
or appreciating the woWt of this girt
ed in (1st.
Lieutenant Km tz Kppley, i:ighth
Infantry, 1'iesldlo of .Monterey, win
has recently been honorably ills
charged from the service of tho Uni
ted St'ites on account of failure on
his second examination for iliomo
tlon to the rank of Captain, l.leu
I tenant Kppley was stationed at
under command of Major Van Vleth.
mid was well known In Honolulu.
and made many friend while heio
was ni.tlw In nil athletic sports, nnd
was nlways u welcome guest nt din
ner, dance, or other entertainment.
Tho news of his fnlluie will cauao
much regiet among his friends.
Princess Abhy Kawannnakoa en
tertnlned hi honor of ex-Queen L1II
uokalaul nt the St. Frances, wheio
nn elnbointo tea was wrvcil to u
number of guests, nmnug whom
were other Honolulu guests, l'rlnco
und Princess Kiilmiennnole, who
wore on their Journey to Washing
ton, I). C, where they will spend the
winter nnd remain until Congres3
adjourns. Colonel Sam l'aiker mid
his sou, Hruest l'aiker, were ntso
guests of tho Princess, mid a num
ber of San Francisco society folk,
who were Invited to meet these dis
Civil Ilngliiter Parks, who holds
the relative rank of n Lieutenant
Commander of the Nuvy, has been
detached fiom duty at )hn Honolulu
Naval Station, und nia be ordeicd
to P.iemerton. Unglnpcr Parks has
been loiineoted with tho local sta
tion for upwind of two jears. Much
or the work, under his supervision,
lias been done at Feail Harbor Naval
blatlon. llesldes being recognized as
a most valuable man In his position
ho hns round time to make fi lends
heio who will icgiet losing ettrh nn
addition to Honolulu social clicles
ns Engineer Parks mid his dimm
Mr, A. F. Kuiidsou, Mis, Knutlson,
and their daughter. Miss Until Kinid
bon, weio passengers on tho steamer
KIiiru, January elovenlh, ror their
homo on Kauai. The Kimd'ons
weie of) II god to, lemalii In Honolulu
on jiccoutit or the Illness of Mr.
KimiUnu, whoso friends nre plciisod
to know that ho has tecovcicil fiom
his iccciil indlspohltlon.
Mrs. (Jcorgo Itenton was n pas
senger on tho steamor Manna Kea
for Hawaii, leaving Tuesday, .lanu
nry tho eleventh.
Mr. and Mis. Fogg, guct-ts of the
Momin Hotel, fiom Tucouia, Wash
ington, left on tho Manna Ken, Jan
uary eleventh, ror a visit to the vol
cano. Mr. ninl Mis. Fogg huw trav
eled In Htuope, nam! having teen
Vocuvlus will have tho opportunity
or leelng th? vimdct rul Kll.nica In
i I.lttlo Miss Hon Kaplnlanl Towse,
has t-ent out Initiations to her circle
of small folk to bo present at nn At
Homo, Suturlpy Januaiy the llftcenth
I'lneteen' hundieil and ten fiom two
o'clock till live, niovcntli Avenue
Mi. rn I Mm. A. F. Judd lotiuned
on tho Korea, Thiiit-diy Jsiinnry tho
tliliti entli, I iiini n I?II In tho Fast,
m-M mm .u-a t
Gentlemen's Shirts and Collars
Laundered in a Superior Manner
Dinner at Ccuntry Club.
In honor uf Miss Iwalanl Jaegor and
Mr, Thomas Itoblnton, .Mr. Waller
Us croft, Mr. Allen ItoMiiMin and Mr.
Mark ltolilnson nio enteitalnlng at
dinner nt tin Country Club, Tho din
ner will he rcrvvil at sccn o'clock
Hie p.uty motoring to tho pretty Ut
ile Club house, that Is set beautifully
situated In the foothills. Klaborato
decorations aie being made, nnd tho
tablo will bo decorated r. cut lloweis.
Among the young people who will hu
present are: Miss Jaegor, Mr, and
, .Mrs. William Campbell, Miss Hello
McCorrltlon, Miss lllnnclie Super,
Miss Marjory Ficeth, .Miss IMIIh
i:vnrt, Mr, Thoin-ia Koblnsoii. Mr.
Waller lt)crort, Mr, Ilnrncs, Mr. Al
len UnbliiM'ii, Mr. Ilert Clailco, Mr.
Mark Holilnson and Mr. Hubert Mo
Palolo Club Social. '
Tile P.ilolo Social Club ield lis teg
iilur Pedio meet at the oslil.'iico of
W. II. Foster In P.ilolo Valley last
Thursday ove'n'ng. Alter bown
loimds of pedro light roricidiinonts
ri0 borved ninl tho evening was
wound up with mu-lo and d inclng.
Among those pieaent weio: Mr. ami
Mib, Onnlrton,' Mr. and .Mrs. Patten.
Mr. mid Mrs. .Men 111 Mr. and -Mrs.
Scliocnlng .Mr. an 1 Mr. Hideout, Mr.
and Mrs. Iloyd Mr. and Mrs. Wright,
Mr, and Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Smith.
Mr. Alfiinl Flulny Ih-yor, tetlg:iel
his robltlon an asslHnnt to Doctor Vie.
tor S. Clark, ir'psclal Agent of the
Cciifiih of, Hawaii, mid formerly wllh
tho Uvcnlug i;iillctln,rlert on tho Ko.
tea. Jnnuiry tho rnuilccmlt Tor Ma
nila, n business tilp. which will keep
him In the Philippine Islands Tor u
tiiimher of nioulhs. Ho was accom
panied by his wife jiiii baby daugh
ter. Mr. Thayer Is nn author of bomo
lopulo. ninl Is courldcied an iniusii
ally blight newspaper man. Ills Wil
is n clewr writer, and most lutenst
Ing woman. The letuiji or Mr. mid
Mi-d. Thayer will give the fi lends they
have made hare, gieat pleasure, and
will reecho a waim welcome.
On Sunday last, Captain nnd Mrs.
Ailhtii- Mnilx enlpi tallied at nn in
fill mal llttlo dinner In honor of Mm.
MrCnskall of Salt l.uko City. Tho
guei'l of liono- Is all old rrlend or tho
genial Captain and his wire.
Mrs. Frank McSlocker will enlortiilu
Friday nrtoruiion ut her licaiitirul htiiuo
on I.un-illlo bltcet lu honor or her
hoii"i guest. Mis. .lauhi or Oakland.
Tho afternoon "will bo 'owloil In
bildgo Iter guobls being asked ror 2:M
Mrn, J. M. Atherton lert on thn
Mnuiip Kea for n tilp to tho Volcano,
W. A. Klnny dopnited on thn Cl.iu
lino ror .Maul, January rniiileeulh.
V L, Teimey loft nn tho .Manila Kea
for u tup to Illlo,