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,, Tliil chnmpigue glasses were tlo.l villi
,, gicon satin ilbhhn nini tliu salted al
j, mniids wero III bright Kri'cn lion Inn.
dishes. The salads, Hinp unci Ices
iweie carried nut In green. Numerous
candlesticks lYlth'greon shades were sir
t, uingo.l Irregularly oi-r the tlreiil if
i tnlilc. Mrs. unil Miss Hough's guesta
woro Alia. Junics Saunilfis of San
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Chicago, March 8. That tho
f wlreleua may ho iiscd .for a, ton
f ilcrer purpose than sumnmnliii?
help to u disabled nliln liccuno
f known today when tho ciik:ii;(w , Francisco, Mr. mill Mrs. Ch.irleH Clia
I ?.',CI!1 f MlsM ,;01,lBe ""J'1"1'1' ,0 .In 'of New York, Mr. l'ercy CIvKlioni,
-T- iviiiivr I-. iiiiiuiKnani or iinno- -t-1 nini Mr. Kulilcr.
f llilil wnn anuouticci . I) in: i:(m
f proposed and wbh ncreptcd In Ho-
f noliilii while Mlsrt Gatlord was
f 'miles away In inldocjtin. They
had known each other for threo
Mrt. Hough's Dinner.
Mrs. James HoiikIi'h dinner, kI:i
nt tho Moaiu Hotel on St, Patrick's
Day, was a .Brent successC TJie tublo
was done In grern. In honor of Si.
l'ntrlcl:. The decointloiu wcr r.ot
only unique, hut beautiful us well
Cr. and Mrt. Herbert's Dinner.
Dr. and Mm. (!eort;n Ilerheit enter
talne.l informally nt dinner Friday eve
Hlnp. The table was exnnlrllely dec
oratpd In hot liuiiso flowcrx and mul ix.
Among tliiiho inecent woro Dr. mid
Mis. (trniKn Ilt'ibi-it, Mr. and Mm.
F, J. C. Ilasens, Mr. an I Mrs C 1. V
Forster 'and Mr. mid Mm. A. Itnin
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper's Picnic.
The picnic that Dr. mid Mrs. Cooper
pavers were nrrnuKcd for clKht. I.nrRT buvo Sund'iy In honor of Captain and
whlto carnations had been dipped 'uJMrB. Mntsonjmd Mr. nuil Mrs. lliense
Kreen dyes, nnit theso flowers were wis n delightful nffnlr. fioine nt tho
nrrniiRcil In a handsome Kroen bowl party Journey up' (bo mountain fid"
of Tlffnny Kljbs and lcpimed on it carriage, whllo others rode huwe
bright green centerpiece. Cornnioplai i back. A delicious mid-day meal waH
decorated with tho'sbamiock and con- j pencil imdemealli the trees the day
taliilng eprnys 'of maTdcnhalr fe n ' wan warm nnd balmy and simply
woro placed In front of tho eight I Ideal for nn uutlmt. Among Dr. and
Cooper's guests were Capt'iln
Mrs. Mntsiin, Mr nn.l Mri. Uretse
"abrlckl, Mr unil Mis. Tenney,
guests, nandbonie bou bona wem a'..'i, Mrs
iircii ns I Ivors. At tne conclusion or rncl
tho repast theso bon buns woro open- Airs.
Dr. mid Mis. Cooper, Miss Kahrluht,
Miss Malum Miss Mc.Mahau,
.Mrs. Wa'ter I'. Ficar has again
headed thfrlting Hut of patioiicsscs for
the Marshall Uarrai.li Shakespeare in
iccltals to be given nt tho Alexander
Young hotel. "A Mllsumniur Night's
Dream" will be the rending for Tues
day opening, March 29, and "Hamlet"
for Thursday, Maich 31. Tho iccltaU
will begin nt 8 p. in. Over uno liun-
'ilnM of tho rocleiy lndW's of Honolulu
nio acting a3 patronesses.
Lt. BurchfieU's Luncheon.
1 l.t. IliurlifloM was llio host at an
erjoynliltf Innclicon Tuesday at his
home at Wnlklkl. I.t. mid M,rs!. Van
Hough acted as chai.eronui. I.unclieou
wis son eil at one o'clock. In tho cen
ter of the tablo wns placed u pjrnmld
of fruit an.I llower.i. After luncheon the
liwrt. motuied I') Hie Pall. l.t. Ilnreh
field's gussts were l.t. nnd Mrs. Van
Huiish, Miss Wenner of Seatfe. l.t
Aiieruni U. S. M. C, J.t. Illalr, l.t.
Wiilch. I.t, Simon, I.t. Adams and l.t
Halelwa Attracts Many.
Mr. nn.l Mrs I.ewh It. I'copl-H -m I
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil II.
Iliicnn, or Seattle, .iru spending tli'j
.week ut Hiielwa nnd lne enjoyed -It
bo much that they h ivo oxtend-il Midi
stij until B'imo tlmo u-"Ct week Hale
l1 Is growing In prpul-r'ty wllh tho
tourlBt who conie to Hawaii to bo
The Model "38" Overland
$1000 f. o. b. Tactory
Inolndinjv 2 Gas Lamps, 3 Oil Lamps, Generator,
Horn, Tools, Pump, and Repair Kit
'HpHlS GAR is ;i mo:lel of simplibity. Just consider
- the control. It is literally as easy as walking
You put one foot forward to go ahead, arid the rear for
tlie reverse. .The. high speed only requires a push forward
with the other foot on another pedal. .That is all there
is to it. Either pedal disengages the other. It is im
possible to get into two speeds at once, or to inadvertent
ly get into the reverse.
i To drive these cars means "only pedils to push."
The driver cannot go wrong, cannot strip his gears, can.
not injure his car by an error in judgment. Any child
can drive it.
You are invited to test for yourself xthis wonderfully
simple and efficient OVERLAND Car. f
The von Hamm-Youns: Co.,
out of doors anil enjoy golfing tenuis
bwlmmliig, and horn hack riding.
The Hoynl Hawaiian tnbleaux an
conc'it given nt the Opera limine o
Tim el y (i.iMlim Mkii'Ii ITtli. aid'
the am lilies of I tic K rib nn inn Hi
elily, wail a lifM mcc vi. aui i r.i
tieat In "lie tii'jrlfl i who 'iaii- nev
jren llio rlilurale dins and limine
of entritiilumt.ulH glMu In the d iy i
oynlly. Tim npii.iiliinl. " fi- wi
liLMiliK the leiet.unj on. ei.'d i
llioro ilnyri dii'fs, liiurlr ami eiutmii
of all i oris mo giowln,- less fieiii"n
mil II If feu oil that tlw iltu. I., mil t:i"
diutant when there Will b tin ihiuu
to wltnes.i the repioducii.in of bj jon
dnyu In Hawaii liel.
On St. rut lick's Ila Mr. .1. A. Cun
lulus celebiuted Ills blithd'iy and hou
oied Itelaud's saint b gUlu a luau I
n number of his friends which prove
In he u" ihoi numbly enjojable affair.
William .lames Calhoun, tho new
American minister to China Is eecl
Oil to torrlvo on tho Ti no Mnni, Mon
day, tho 21st of Maieh, when tin
Chamber of Commetce will have lb
prlvl'ego to entertaining tho illrlln
gulrhed diplomat at u luncheon to h
glen at tho Alexander Young Hotel
Miss Power hns added greatly t
her stylo linw of Ulster millinery b.
many beautiful trimmed lints that ai
rived Friday iilternoou In tho Willie'
mliin. Theso hats will bo on view
Monday morning nnd duilm; the week
The Faster opening at Miss I'ower'i
was the millinery ecnt of tho t.cnsiiu
and such n remarkably fine lino of hati
has never bee'i rlionn In this city be
fine. Tho opening reception will bo
.continued all next week an I la lies ar
limleil to come.
l.t. Smith, U. 8. A , who has beer
Mijoiunlug In Honolulu for the pus!
month, left Tuenl-iy nn tho trauspor
Thomas to Join Ills regiment In thr
Mr. Waller Dillingham was a dpart
lug imrsengcr ijn the Alnineiln Thurs
day. Mr. Dillingham Is on route tr
rioience. Italy, where he will ho mar
lied to MIek l.nulso Daylord on Ma
2nd. They will return to Honolulu ii
A niPinlisr of tho Imperl'il fnmlly I'
China, Prince Ttnl Tan. will be it vl
Itor In tho near futuro to llono'iilu
ArrangementB aro being made to en
tertaln this dlstlngiibhcd Oriental vlr
Ilor with all tho honors duo hit. rani
by the cltlrcns of Honolulu us well ur
those of his own country.
Tl.o Army hop that was given at tin
Moana. Hotel Monday evening was i
great success. The purty was j?lven
In honor of the officers nn board tin
transport Thomas. Over two himlro'
people wero present not only Army
and Nnvy jieopte but prominent town
folk 'as well. Tho music wuk excel
lent and dancing was Indulged In mi
til a lato hour.
Tho U. S. levenui) culler Thells I"
ixperteil to return, to IlntuiluUi Mon
Mrs. (JeoiRe A. Darker and tw
chlldien nnd Miss I.ouIfo Tler i
Mill Viil'oy. Cnl., mo out nt Ililelw
enjoying tho delJghlH of coimlry Ilf
In llawn'.l Dr. ilarker who wa? for
liu-rly rontiecteil with tho Klaff of Up
Honolulu High Helmut Is nt prejen
doing special mlscroscoplc work fir
tho Hoard of Health. Tho Ilarker
may stuy In tin" Islands until .lime.
Mr. J, II. Pearman mil pirty o'
twinlv. who camo over on the All
iiicdt. iiinilu the arouu 1-tlii-lBlatitl trll
on Monday, slopping at Halelwa
where a tpoclul luncheon wns tervei'
at snnll tnbles on tho .h-ind lana"
lookhiL- out over the water. Tl"
guests wero all chnrmeil with tho trl
ana oxpiesteu iiii.iiiwivpk lis neiiig n-peclall-surprlsed
mid pleased at find
lug such a well equipped attractive
hotel as Halelwa so far from Honolulu
Mr. Fred Damon, o ishler of thu Haul'
of Hawaii, nini bis wlfn wereileimrt
lug pnnscngfis on llio Alnmo.la Mmcb
17th for the nnlnlwl. Mr. P'nini'
Is going on a vacation which will be
spent mining relatives In tho K.tsteru
Miss draco Power returned on tin
Mongolia fior.i u b'islness trip to Kast
J. I.. McCandlcKs leturned on thr
Mongolia after spending u few wik
About ouo j ear ago a romauo tf
fiimldcrnhlo Interest began which U t
end In the marriage of tho two youuiJ
I'copto Miss Lucille I.loyd and Mr 1M
win Austin Peek. The Invltat'oas ar"
now out for the niairlago which will
take pl'ico Maich "J8tli at tho yoirm
lady's homo In Knllhl. . Mr. P"ck Is
connected'wlth Ihe Hawnllaii Agrlcnl
tiirnl Company. An attractive home
awaits the ouig couple nt Homakiri
poko. which was built mid furiilshel
by Mr. Perk ns n wedding gift.
Mr. Sam .Johnnni, manager of tin
Hawaiian Lumber Company has boon
In Honolulu on n htilnc? trip.
The Mauuii Ken of Hip Int'i's'nu
SliMtiiHliIrr Comp'iny bud. as usiinl lt .
full (tmiiittniKntit tt ii'iouitnlriiiiu '1'lt. u '
I II l i mil 'l till II I in I T- tih n '
day. Among thio-e who depirtcd wero
Dciier.il MrClelhiii nnd Miss' McClel
Nn. Dr. Hnyniniiil Dr. and Mrs Hit
dette Mr. mid Mm. II P. Ilaldwln ,1 '
.1. Ilelser. Dr. Victor Clark, and many
Tho dlrectnis of thu Dank of Il'ivvall
showed their appreciation of tho long
years which Mr, 1. 0. Jones nerved ut
ss37s " Drink
beer!' to the
weak and convalescent. To those who
need strength need a food and a tonic.
nw T 1 1 n
Many people neea a tonic, wno do not
consult a doctor. There is a noticeable lack
of energy in these people; a disinclination
to make any unusual effort. Your friend?s
answer to your morning greeting is not a
complaint; but there is no CHEERY return.
LACK OF ENERGY. THAT'S ALL:
Now that friend needs a tonic, and if he
will drink pure beer he will have the bene
fit of the barley a food, and the hops a
tonic. The trifle of alcohol is an aid to
digestion. . '
The proper drinking i of ;:beer is the
solution to 'lack of energy." "..A pure beer
and the beer 10 drink in Hawaii Js .
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The Jecr That's J3rewed -
lo puit Ine CJiimale
iiuu of the directors of tli.it Institution
by presenting him with n beautiful
s"ver Iray on tho day of bin retire
ment us 11 token of the cxtcor.i In
which ho Is held.
Mrs. Harvey of Chlogi who lias
b en iokIiIIiir at the Alexander Young
Itoiel tliu past winter, was the week
eid guest of Capt iln and Mrs. II il
h ooke at Scofleld llarracks whero she
w is delightfully enlei tallied by thc.ie
e inning aimy ieop"o
Mis. Henry Waterhmwo and d.iugh
ttr. Miss Nont Sturgeon, will leivo
1 moliilu chorlly for an extended lull
Miss Jullii Whllo who has boon tho
gicfct of Mr. nml Mis. James Castle,
will return on tho Siberia for her homo
In Massachusetts. Sho Is a very pretty
g '1 ami has been tilt' tnceutlMi lor
11 my eutoltalnmeuts given dip lug her
Mrs. .Nihil MeClulInu and son and
.Vlss JiHcphlno McClellan have been
klicndliiK the week tit Halelwa.
Captain Tlinber'nko who succoodi
S'ljor Ctco. arrived on tlm U S. A
t. inspoit Uigun a'ld has assumed com
r '-"The following1 invltsiloir bus
1 1 Mr nnd Mrs. 1" A KniinKfor
"iHfnsi tho pleisuio of )ur )rel"nco -V
Rrvrtnf urn tnfttttV
i.t. iitiiViftiATM :
mnrrlsge of their tluiKVir,
Mr. ttobeit flay Klgln
' on Monday evening .March llio twenty-
) .!' t.i.llt nliielei.ti lilltnlre.1 niirllin ,.
I" nt hnlf nfUV etght 'oVleckt
St. Anlrow's Cntliednit, '-
mand of the nrtlllerv district of'lloniHi Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
lulu, nnd Is In dlieet cliargn of Fortf8'1 '' '1
Mr. James II. Causey, n .prnailueiit"
Denver mnii. Is again til IliUoiwii on-
n welcome nildltlou to tho social sl.lo
.a. i A iJo.vlug Hie ilouglilH of nbhlug. e.mne
Albert Wiiteilimise. wlm Imu linnn l"f.. 01C.
tiavellng for nearly u jear in foreign
parts In tho thtcrcsl of his coniiauy,
leturned on tho Mongolia after a most.
pleasant ami profitable trip. Mr. Wn
teihoiuo was aceomi nulcd by f .Is
Mr II P WTfWiil tif tlm It-Miiwittitn
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uomilllllie, aeeompanied oy Ills WHO 1 1 -nssinii riiiy 111 i;iiei.iiniiieii.ju nuiiu rr ;
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iiuu i.i.jj 11 vviiieiff. ii'ii 1 iiuaiiiiy mi 1 rt"". ib
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.Mi.inuc uny, vvuery tuey win open
the Hnwalljn ll.uaaar on the Isiard
walk, and wilt tako n number of ex
hibits, among them D Howard Hitch
cock's fatuous picture of Ktlnueu.
Ho Is lou I In his prnlMM iifl
the romfoitH mui lipaulles u( Halelwu.
and predlcm a greit future for thtg
place in) the tourist trnilu,lncicabc.
.Mr. nmi .'vim. .v 1;. i.nrtijicn umi s
Donald Launch will leavoufpr Kng.f
land on the Wllhelmmu for'nlslny ui .
six Imoiiths. They Intend
gono. ( t
Mis flnstav Pchaefer lnsIsnod In.l!
Itatlons for n hrgo luncheon party tn!;
b'e given In honor of her Iiiw-ln law, -Mlss'lringard
Schaef-r. I '
MODERN BURIAL EQUIPMENT
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Sllva's Caiket Truck tor Conveying
Oodles Through Church Aisles.
Sllva's Lowering Device.
Sllva's Crave Tent. For flalny or Hot
Day. You need a Tent,
M. E. Silva's
Undertaking Parlors, ;;
Present Phone, 179 ;
Night Call 1014
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