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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Till.. BATUtlpAY, FKII.tJ.0, 1010.
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THE SEAL OF GUARANTEE
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ENT, the time when wo are bud-
prised to renounco the world,
the flesh, and his Satanic
majesty, Is upon us, and no
ddy has about folded Its
t, , wings, and la using the forty
days allotted for rot and to recuper
ate thp energies expended upon social
life, especially during the season when
All sorts of festivities were planned
Ahd given to the oITIcers nnd men who
compose our navy. That was one
rOitnd'of gaity, nnd whilo the tlmo wns
tfi6rtf much entertaining was crowded
la the, weo't. It wns thoroughly enjoj
ed. but 'twas strenuous work and the
time to call n halt was opportune.
While, tho observance of Lent Is not so
general lis It was once, largo functions
are not popular but a cessation of all
little pleasures Is not expected. So
the quiet of the season will not likely
bo broken In upon by any largo dance
Iqthe social world.
-Tho Floral I'arado will crcato a di
version and tho festivities of tho Elks
,lll provldo amusement nnd pleasure
tb tho dcotces, nnd prevent utter
stagnation. A gentlo whisper Is heard
lit'w and then of an engagement to be
, announced at Easter, and tho day set
for the marrlago of ono or two of our
maidens fair,- nnd It Is also said that
tho leading jriiodlsles and tho creator:
of lovely hpni'gcar nro Improving their
tlmo In getting ready for tho all Im
portant event, when sflclcty b'ossoms
forth In all her bravery of new clothes,
and rushes on'rard on conquering
w Monday night will bo the occasion
of Honolulu's first monster ball this
year. ' "There nmv l, similar functions
t6 follow that will surpass tho Elks'
masqucrado gathering In tho Young
Hotel roof garden on that day, but It
will require unusual genius to con
trive hcm. Tho, event of tho evening
before Washington's birthday, as ar
ranged by Elkdom, gives all promise
JJ perfection and nothing but bad
Tteatber can spoil It novy. Four stories
fspm tho city streots. In tho center of
holiday Honolulu, hundreds will as
stable under tho stars and among
Ue winking electric colors to trip a
ttlumph of gayety, robed and gowned
Ol fastastlc garb, hiding their counte
fyfcnces behind weird and wondrous
masks, and only bright eyes of mis
pies' and merriment peeping through.
Below will glitter tho electric-Jewelled
Cardboard city, of tho Elks' Trail,
here, from hall to hall of a caper
palace reared for the occasion, thou
sands will enjoy a diversity of fun
seldom equalled. The music of oands
(pd orchestras will arise. In gleeful
competition with the Joy on tho roof
jond It any for a moment tire of the
dancing In the air they have but to
descend to the regions of confetti and
sideshows. In Illrhop Park, whero
thcro will be something doing eve y
xlnute.v That the Elks' masqucrnd"
ball on Monday evening Is an assured
uccess Is evident from tho names of
tho patronesses who are: Mrs. Wal
ter F. FreaF, Mrs. Corwln P. Tteoi.
Mrs. deorgo K. Hunter. Mrs. Samuel
W, Dunnlng,,Mrs. B. A. Mott-Smtth.
MrB. Wnlter ,Hoffmann, Mrs. E. P.
1-ow. Mrs.,J. F. ncnton, Mrs. S. O.
Wilder, Mrs. Robert Lowers. Mrs. E.
D. Tenney, Mrs. E. Faxon niehop, Mrs.
What Does It Do?
It builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to
the brain, strenrrth and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the
blood. It 'brings into action all the vital forces; it makes digestion
perfect and enables you to get from the food! you eat all the jiourish.
men? ii contains.
it is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly
children. It strengthens and sustains the system, is a promoter of good
health 'and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong.
s-Lrlt cures nervousness, typhoid, malaria, every form of stomach
trouble, diseases of the throat and
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by doctors of all schools.
'' ' Thousands
of letters have been
ill 'walks of life, many from those, nearly 100 years old, extolling the
, vlrtuea of Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskey
P. W. Mncfnrlane, Mrs. U. O. E. Fofs- table nnd mado It extremely at
tcr, Mrs", a. C. Hockley, Mrs. Her- tractive. An Hawaiian Quintette club
man Fockc, Mrs. J, Lucas, Mrs. J. A. furnished music during the repast,
McCandlcss. which added greatly to tho enjoyment.
Nt Mr. Tread well was graduated from
Dachelcr Maids' Te. lYnlo nnd was a classmnto of our fel-
Mrs. John T. Warren was tho hos- low-ton neman, Mr. Sam Baldwin. Tho
toss at an Informal bachelor maids' most of tho guests who enjoyed the
tea from four till six Thursdny after- hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Trcadwcll
noon to meet her friends, Miss Wlni- belonged to tho Nineteenth Infantry,
fred Webb and Miss Helen Maglll of
Pasndcna, who havo been spending tho
past week nt tho Plcasanton previous
to continuing their voyage to the Ori
ent. Part of the guests were asked
for tho first hour and part for the sec
ond, n number of young matrons being
In for tea and muilc tho second hour.
About sixty guests called during tho
Several of those assisting were
brides of tho season. Mrs. E. W. Sut
ton and Mrs. Norton Bobo poured tea
the first hour, being relieved tho sec
ond hour by Mrs. Louis J. Warren nnd
Mrs. Fred Damon. Assisting about tho
rooms were Mist Ttuth Smith, Miss
Helen Quarlcs, Miss Werthmueller,
and Mrs. Itobort J. Uurdctto of Pasa
dena. Miss Jessica Dradley of Glen
coo, Illinois, ono of tho smart suburbs
of Chicago, who has recently como to
Honolulu, also shared tho honors of
tho afternoon. During the afternoon
Mrs. Norton Bobo Bang dollghtfully
three groups of songs, her sister. Miss
lluth Smith, ptn)lng her accompani
ments. Miss Webb, orto of those for whom
tho little affair was given, nnd Mrs.
Warren, tho hostess, are fellow mom
hers of tho Southern California Worn
en's Press Club of Los Angeles and
of tho Shakespeare Club of Pasadena,
two of the most prominent clubs of
California, and tho reunion of old
friends has been a most pleasant one.
Miss Webb Is nlso an old friend of
Miss Ruth Smith of the Oahu Collego
musical department, and Miss Smith
Is giving a luncheon In honor of tho
Miss B. Ruth Young's Brldge-Party.
Miss B. Ruth Young gavo an in
formal bridge party Friday in honor of
her house guests, Mrs. Howard, Mm.
McNab, Mrs. Dredge, Mrs. Sullivan
and Miss McNab. Tho decorations
were very pretty, nnd handsomo prizes
woro awarded. Miss Young is noted
far her hospitality, and possosses tho
rare gift of making every ono havo
an enjoyable time, when she enter
tains. Captain Exton's Dinner.
Last evening Captain Exton of the
Twentieth Infantry gavo a beautifully
appointed dinner nt his quarters at
Fort Shafter. The decorations
both unique and beautiful. Tho cut
flowers were arranged In a most artis
tic fashion. Covers were laid for
twelve. After dinner tho Captain's
guests participated In bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Trendwell.
Mr. Trcadwell has accepted- tho po
sition of. American Consul to Japan
and w.111 make his headquarters at
Yokohama. Mr. and Mrs. Trcadwcll
wero passengers on the transport
Sherldnn. On Sundiy ovnnlng Fobrii'
ary 15th. Mr. and Mrs. Trcadwell gave
an elaborate dinner at the Moana Ho
tel In honor of Captain Hcaley of the
United States Army. Tho table was
beautiful with Its wealth of American
beauty roses nnd sprays of maiden
hair ferns. Tho pink shades of tho
candolabra lent a roseato hue to the
It is an absolutely pore distillation of malted grain, great care be
ing uaed to have every kernel thoroughly malted, thni destroying the
germ and producing a predigeited liquid food in the form of a medi
cinal whisky; softened by warmth and moisture, its palatability and
freedom from injurious snbstances render "it so that it can be retained
by the most sensitive stomach.
It is a gentle, invigorating
'ungs, and is recognized as a medi
received from men and women in
as tho world's greatest medicine.
which was passing through on tho
Mr. Hough's and Milt Hough's Dinner
Ono of the most claborato dinners of
the week was the Valentino party glv
en on St, Valentino's day by Mrs
Hough of Stockton, Cal , and her
charming daughter. The dinner wns
served In the privato dining room of
the Moana, which was elaborately dec
orated. The decorations were scarlet,
red hearts combined with smllax wero
festooned from the central chandelier
to tho corners of the room. A hugo
heart composed of scarlet .carnations
ornamented ino center or tne tauio,
while over tho table was scattered tiny
hearts. The name cards were mes
senger bojs about four Inches high In
a blue uniform carrying a box orna-
mented with ribbon. On opening this
box was found a tiny gift, which was a
take-off for tho different guests and
promoted much merriment Tho
almond boxes were hand-painted
hearts. All the Ices and salads wero
arranged to carry out tho heart dec'
oration. After dinner tho party Join'
ed In the Vnlcntlne dance, which was
given at tho hotel. Among thoso pres
ent wero Mrs. vand Miss Hough, Mrs,
' Van Schuyrcr and Miss Helen Van
Schuyrer of Portland, Oregon, Doctor
and Mrs. Victor Collins. Mrs. J. Saund
crs of San Francisco, Cal.. Mr. Pearcy
uiegnorn, Mr. itay Jones and Mr.
Mrs. Samuol Wadhams' Luncheon.
Mrs. Wadhams. wlfo of Major Wad'
hams of Fort Shafter, entertained at
an claborato luncheon Friday. Tho
beautiful homo of the Wadhams was
fragrant with choice flowers. On this
Occasion many smart frocks woro
worn by tho assembled guests, tetter
tiffin the hostess and scycral guests
contriDuteq to a musical program.
Judas and Mrs. Ballou's Dinner.
Lieutenant Qarrety, who was a pas
senger on the transport Sheridan en
routo to Join his regiment. In tho Phil
ippines was the complimented guest
Sunday at a dinner given by Judge
ana Mrs. Sidney Ballou. Tho Ballous'
uoiomai nome never looked more
boautlful than on this ocotslon In Its
gay trimmings of hot-houso palms and
flowers. The color scheme throughout
tne nouse was yeuow, and tne table
was arranged for ten. After dinner
music was enjoyed In tho drawing
A boom In tho tourist trade seems
to have, struck Honolulu, which causes
considerable "elation to the Promotion
Commtttoe, and now the cry Is not
enough hotel room to accommodate
these passing guests. The bookings
on tho steamers that are still to como
show a greater Influx of visitors, but
each steamer carries a certain propor-
tloh away, so tho hotels are generally
comrortauiy nued. The passengers on
the Cleveland wero representative
people and made the town brighter.
On each face was rofloctcd tho satis
faction and tho pleasuro of being In
this beauty spot to enjoy tho lovcll-
stimulant and tonio.
BEWABE of imita
tions and substitutes.
They are positively
harmful and 'are sold
for profit only by un
Look for the trade-
mark, the" "Old Chem
ist," on, the label, and
be certain the seal
over the cork is un
broken. Doctor's advice and
medical booklet free,
Rochester, N. Y.,
U. S, A.
ncss off climate and scenery. They
wero tho sort of pcoplo who appreci
ate tho "goods the gods provide," nnd
willing to ndvlso other travellers
where to migrate In search of health I
and pleasure. Mnny of those tourists
nro seasoned globo trotters, but wuat
tney saw; Here was to thorn an (unfail
ing source 'of pleasuro and a desire to
return and see more of this Ideal spot
Honolulu Is certainly alive to tho fact
mat every effort put rorth by the pco
plo hero to make the town attracttvo
to visitors Is a step gained. It is a
study for us all to take up, and with
good sense and Judgment tho end will
Mr. and Mrs. George 8mlth of Seat
tle, Washington, entertained Wednes
day, February 16th, at a dinner given
ai mo Aioana Hotel. Governor and
Mrs. Frear wero tho guests of honor.
The tablo was very beautiful In its
decorations of a dollcato Bhado of pink
asters. A basket .of these lovely flow
ers with a plentiful supply of smllax
formed the center piece for tho table,
and it was made doubly attractive by
tho pink globes on tho electric lights
which peeped through the mass of
flowers. The placo cards wero In'
pink, qulto in harmony with the. other
decorations. Coffee was served on the
lanai. The Hostess wore an-lmported
gown of a beautiful shade of blue cut
decolate, and diamond, nnd pearl orna
ments. Tho other guests besides tho
guests of honor wero Mr. and Mrs.
John L. McCandlcss, Miss Smith and
Mr. Horry of New York;
Advices from the Oarden island
have set at rest any suspense that
may havo been felt as to the Princess
which Kauai was to select to repre
sent that Island lni(ho Floral Parade
on February 22, when afl of Honolulu
win see and be seen, and tho Interest
in mis annual festivity which each
year grows apace and which Interest
has extended to the other islands,
which aro tailing a warm Interest In
tho parade by giving careful thought
and consideration to the selection.
Mrs. Peter Mallna has been chosen
a fine and fearless rider ono who
will glvo credit to those havlne
charge. Mrs. Mallna wilt arrive In Ho
nolulu with her horse, "Moklhana,"
and will bo accompanied by her hue-
uanci, wno win iook after the details In
"Princess' mount and seo that Mokl
hana Is In proper trim to carry his
loyai rider.. i 1 1,
The following Invitation Has been
Mr, William Alexander Taliaferro
roqucsts the honor of your presence
at the marriage of hla daughter,
1 Agnes Marshall.,
Samuel Averett Clement,
Ensign United 8tates Navy,
on the afternon'of 'Wednesday, tho
twenty-third of February,
at four o'clock,
St. Pauls Church,
Kindly send response to 324 Grand
Avenuo, Oakland, California.
Mr. Clement has visited the Islands
several times. Tho last two times he
has been stationed on the U, S. 8.
South Dakota. During his visits in
Honolulu Mr. Clement has acnulred
many warm friends by his nffablo and
genial manners, and was a great
favorite socially In this city.
Among the visitors to Honolulu tho
past week havo been Miss Wlnlfrert
Webb and Miss Helen Maglll or Pasa
dena and tho lattor's nephew, Mr. Mor
vyn Maglll, who havo been enjoying
tho various trips of Interest about the
Island. Miss Webb Is the only dWh-
ter of Mr. and MrsWashlneton Pith.
er Webb, prominent. Pasadena people,
ana miss Magui oeiongs to a well
known family of tho Crowp City, Miss
Webb, who Is a Stanford girl and a
prominent Theta, has boen spending
several weeks visiting old university
friends at Pnlo Alto and In Oakland.
Mr. Maglll went owr to tho volcano
on Tuesday, returning today. Tho
party will leavo on the Chlyo Mara
noxt week for Hongkong and will
Bpend four or five months in travel
through China and Japan.
Mrs. McC'ellnn. wife of General Me.
Clellan. was hostess Friday. February
11th. at a violet luncheon, clvpn in
honor of Miss Annlo Alexander of Oak
land. Tho luncheon was sorved on a
circular table, which was elaborately
decorated with a mass of violets. Tho
beautifully hand-painted cards with a
violet design wero both dainty and 'ef
fective Thoro were a numbor of ex
qulslto toilets seen. Besides the hos
tess and her guests of honor wore
Mrs. John Watcrhouse, Mrs .Joseph
Cook, Mrs. Belle Jones, Mrsj Walter
Froar. MrB. Gardnor Wilder. Miss
Bnrnos, Mrs. Wlnslow (wlfo of Major
Vinslovv. U, S, A.). Mrs Hornbdrger
(wife of Paymaster Hornbers:er. U. B.
N.), Mrs. Montgomery Currey.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chnnln of
New York City aro rcglslored nt tho
Moana Hotels Mr. Chajfln Iswdltor of
the Now York World nd Is one of the
most prominent men that we havn
had visit our Islands for Borne tlmo.
This charming couple had planned to
remain In Honolulu for about a month.
uut nre so charmed with tho Islands
that they aro planning to stay until
April or May.
Saturday evening Fehrunrv 12th
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Rawlins wero
hosls at a pol supper given In honor
of an old fried, Mrv Neilson, who was
a jmsscnger on me sicamsnip uiovo-1
land nnd Is making an, "around the
world' trip. ' Tho table was most at-
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We have just received another shipment 'of ''NEW MODEL
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tractive In Its decorations of lllma
lots entwined with malle. Ten guests
wero seated at the table, whore every
dish was distinctly Hawaiian In Us
character and mode of sorvlng. The
center piece of Hawaiian fruits was
served on a koa Palaau board. The
charm of this unique entertainment
could not fall to appeal to Mr. and
Mrs.i Rawlins' guests.
Judge and Mrs. Sidney Ballou left
Friday on thq Mongolia for Washing
ton, D. C, and New York. At thd
steamer the couplo were landen with
Ids, many friends having gono down
to see them off. Although Judge and
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Mrs. Ballou will be on the mainland
for only about two months they wll
be greatly missed from our social cir
cles. They are noted for their hos
pitality and aro universal favorites.
After an absenco of eight years Mrs.
Harriet V. Dowsett, "a kamaalna, re
turned on tho steamer WUhclmlna,
Fobruary ICth. She la visiting at the
home of Mrs. J. M. Dowsett on Puna
Captain nnd Mrs. Mntson, accom
panied by their daughter, MIbs Lur-
lino Matson, 'arrived on tho steamship
WUhclmlna, tho now and splendid
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steamer which made Its Initial voyago
and Is tq be a Joy to those who tako
frequent trips to tho' coast as' well as
the traveling public. Captain Matson
nnd his family are guosts at tho.Alox
nndcr Young Hotel, rv. -'
The officers of the Eth Cavalry 'aro
giving a "hop" at Bchoflcld Barrac'ts
this evening. Quite a number of town
folk have been. Invited, knd, will motor
over. It is euro to bo a successful af
Mrs. L. L. La Pierre left on the
steamer Mauna Loa for a visit In
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