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EVENING UULLCTIN, HONOLULU T II.. SATUIIDAY, A I'll. 2, iDIO
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Beer In the Home
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Y FAIt llic moil Important event '" wlih lis adornment of Jllles. pnltlH.
of llic week oclall ws ih poiteil Plains nml snilinx 0110 coiiki
,..i,n.. .,, mi.. i..,,,.,,-.i w I'll tiniialtin they had been tranmorl-
S Hchaefer lo Hubert KHrtn ' ' fairyland. The yoitnij couple
Tkulilfli limit nl.ie.. mi Il.ltler UMIM'iI Hie ROOd wlslies or llicll
l) p .Monday nl Si Andrews fa- """ friends In Uip makal bow win-
llifilrn'l. Thesu nuiiilnlH were per- dow or the ilrawingronm. The side or
foTinSrJii H10 evening by' lilshop.tuls large enclosure was hidden bv
Ilpiiry Iloml llestarlek tlie Impressive l'-l"i leaicn'nnd Mies, while overhead
marriage service of tho Hplscoprl w formed an arch of lilies ami or
cliurcli bring u-ed to make tlilH charm-! r1itl. Tall rut glass nsos contnlnlnit
lug coupfe 'man atul wife. Promptly ""'''' lung-stemmed Mies were effect
xntjinl.f fffler eight a tnlxM cliolr ofMwdy placed aronnil the room. The
Vtiong uinp voles and sweet nn 1 ."nle room and library were dccoritt
svtnpathetlc women's o!ces wni "'I ' American Ucnuty roses and -Auv
li'eard Jin, tbt) illstaliro above the perl ," mildcnhalr. Dnrln tho even
of tho -organ This full, surpllccd 1 '" n Hnwallnir orchestra played bo-
cliolr enteied from the rear of the
church, ami came slowly down the cen
ter aisle, followed by Iho Bishop. On
leaching their .laces Lohengrin's wed
ding march was played, the four ush
ers, Mr. lMward Watson Mr. Robert
Stnckabfo Major Samuel Wadhams
II. 8. A ami Mr Hobert Iloml camo
U'Wii the alsie follnwol by the two
stunnltiK lirlilemiialilM, -Mist II. It tit li
Yoiiiik 11ml Miss I'aty or this city. Miss
Yoanif wore an Imtxirted Krench gown
of crepe chiffon over yellow satin
The dress was made entirely by hand
and heavily embroidered, and trlmmel
with fpianllllcs of real lace. Miss I'atv
was clad In a maize chiffon over sitlti,
trimmed In lose point lace. Mallnc In
(he new tm ban elTprt was woin In the
hair; thej rained shower biimiiiets of
yellow inse.i Mrs. Wadhanw, wife of
Major Vdlnm. U S. A., acted m
matron of 1m- This ounK matnm
was cffectlel gowned also In maize
nil I If (m oer jellow satin, made In the
new stole effect. A spray liouquet lit
loses completed the costiimej jrrot-
loulnK the mation of honor, cnnie iliti
bible leanlni; on the ariiroi UJr ffllti
er. I lie bride looked rcgnlUunotJFeil;
dins robe of wlillo hand embroldere'l
creo meteor. This Rown wns made
lunlc effect with an imihTdress of-.tril
lace. A bridal bompiet of bride's ro4e
was cairted. The wedding ell was
caught back with real orange blossoms
Thin young clrl Is an Island girl, and
Is not only a great social favorite but
has endeaied hcrselt to the comimin
lly by her many worUs of idillantliro
phy and chnrltablei undertakings. Miss
adulter was the eldest dangbter ot
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Schafer. the Italian
consul. Sho Is ery glfteij, Hjssess!ng
11 beautiful rontial-o voice of nuo
quality and will be gieally Inlsso) In
the choir of St. Andrew's. The groom
and his bei.t man. Mr. William Wll
t llamton, met the bridal party. ,ati tha
chancel rail, whcie the maj-rlage was
solemnized in ,1 floral setting of i:a3t
cr lilies, white roses and.marcuorltcv
combined will delicate fcins.aii'i
greenery. In the Wclnlty of tho altar
rare palms had been pluced-Hon(-of
them over fifteen feet In helghtj This
b.ickgiound of green enhanced the
chaste decoration of J'asler, JIUui,
which weie masheil aioliud flfVolttif,
liitermliinled wlih rare mittiluuli.iii
fern. 0erhejd. b.ieltels or white or
chids and 111 re ferns were suspended
making n beamirul tcltlng for the
bridal pally, ami piodttcing 11 seem
ingly woodland bower of white, and
lit ecu. The chancel rail was banked
with white nuigueiltes, fringed with
maidenhair fern, choice baskets of
white roses, wero placed on the pul
It, mid tho reading desk, bow knot-!
and streamers, lutcrspcrced with sml
lax, connected llicsu baskets, 'produc
ing n much desired elTect, and novelty
of decoration. After the happy coup!"
signed their names In the church reg
liter, the wedding party lert tho'cliurch
l(Ui'u Jojoiis strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march, and motored to ItoBe
bank,, tliejlicautlfiil ,0ni8 or the Scluef
ers IfllNaUiinii Valley Mr. and Mrs
Klgln, assisted by Italian Consul
Sohaerer and Mrs Schtiorer, rectlved
tho largo company or piicstB, as
sembled to offer their congratulations
to tho bride and hrldogroom. Tho
mother or tlo bride was gowned In a
siiKrh rrock or black-beadod chiffon
over ioso pink satin, with diamond
-jauW"'0"-'". Tho homo of the Schnot-
ers was almost too beautiful on this
(Sccaslon' to describe It Is considered
one or the handsomest and most art
istic homes In HonornU unadorned
TJ. Hwnt. Mr Arthur Kwnrt,- Mlsi
IMlili r.wnrt, Capt. W. K. Freeman,
Mr. and Mtw. W. It. FnnliiRton, 4Mlsit
Marguary Freelh, Itev. and Mrs. W.
Felmy, Mrs. Kllrnboth lYoetli, Mr. nnd
Mis. M. V. rosier, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold
II. Olffanl. Mr. and Mrs. Waller M.
(Ilffaiil, Mr and Mrs. Jos. A. (lllmau,
Young, Mrs. lloruberger, Mrs. "Klc
b'lhli, Mrs Onitenberg, Mli. Coffee
Mrs. Theoflorc Uinslng, Mrs. Jnmov
IXnighcrty, AlrB. Frank ltlcliat-ilson
.Mrs. Waltqr '.limes, her sister, Miss
IlincgAli'nnd Airs, John Dyer.
Mrs. Reci' Luncheon,
FOR WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
THhOAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
' iaporUfcd CreioUn tlopi I tit proi)imi of
WhiMMM-ia Cmjah. LvrrximJrd Ctouo cannot
i!tt shit CiaioUn If uied. It cU diiectlj
11 bom and ihioal, mkipij bifainiog ijf jn the
ctM ol coItU) iooOwi Itx tore Ihroal and ilopi Ui
cuush. It it toon to ufltien fiom Atthm
f!raoIn li a Doweiful sertnfetdc. ftrtios lolt
m cuuiivfl and tifVNitiv In conUgtuui dite
L.roio n leconuneousuoa
yrtu luccetitul ui.
Ut StU I7 all DrMiUti
Stnd Potiatftr Dacrfpt
Throat TabUU, iaipt
and toothlas for h (
ruiud ikio 0c.
T Vp CrtWctt Cs,
ISt Fha Slr,,
htw Yrk Cdf.
u in lJtly
hind n screen of white loses mil or-
chlds. The bride cut the wedding
cake, which contained a rlngj thlmblo
nnd 11 penny. Later In tho evening the
bride throw her bridal baiin.net. which
was caught by one of the oiiiib do-
biitntitea of Honolulu. This not only
makes n pretty itmtcnlr for the youn?
lady, but nccnnllliB to tin- old legend,
sho w-IH be married within tho year.
Mr. and Mrs F.lgln lell for their now
home Tuesday on (he M nulla Ken,
imldst n shtiwor of lice and flowers
This lopular nuiiR (iinplc liato the
nlnba of the eqmmiinlly. but tho d
rarturp of Mrs. rcigjn has nnde a old
In Hnuoliilii that will ho hard to All.
Among those present at Iho Schae'
er wedding were:
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ilaldwin. Mr. and
Mrs. C. 0. Il.illcntyno. Miss Ilnllen
tyne, Mr. and Mrs; Alfred I. Castle,
Miss Ueatrlcc Castle, Mr. and -,.Mrs.
Ooo. T. Cnstle Miss Margaret Castle,
Mr nnd Mrs Arthur lleig. Mrs. F. T.
Ulckerton, I)r. npl Jlrs. Henry lllck
iTelt. Mr. II. C. Cuiter, Mr. OIIcr Car
JlrMr. and Mrs. Alfred Carter,
Jlr mid Mrs. Joseph 0. I'rntt. Mr. and
Mi, 1:. II. Stncknble, Mr. and Airs.
Oeo. W. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. It. C
Sinekablo, .Mr. and Mrs. Frank .1.
ilaro, .Mr. and Mrs. Itaymcr Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Ilickerton, Mr.
and Mrs. D. I'. Utshop, Ilev. and Mrs.
W. H. miss, Mr. uud Mrs. C. (1.
IlockuB, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Short
Mr. C. H. Haven, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Iliown, Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Johnstono
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. UrOwn, Mr. and
.Mis. E. C. Ilnrion, Mr. Itobt. E. Iloml,
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. C. Iloml, Mr. and .Mrs.
A. W. T. IJoltomley, Mr. Frank O. Hoy
er, tho Misses Carter, Mr. ami Mrs.
WHIIam Campbell, Mr. mid' Mrs. Wll
turd Hrown. Mr, Cecil Ilrowi, .Mr. and
Mrs. It. J. Iluchly. Inif. Iluhner. Mrs.
Annie Iluchly, Miss Uanla Hurt, tho
Mlbsoa Iluchly, Mr. anil Mrs. A. N
bhthpbell, .Miss Orace Carroll. Mr. and
Mis. H. Focko. Mr. and Mrs W
Vrctfinhniier, Hon. and Mm. W. F.
Ffear,.Mr. ami .Mrs. II. O. R. Forster
Mr. and Mrs. C Ivo D.ivIch. Mr. mil
."Mrs. Wy Iiinz, Hin. and Mrs. 15. A.
Moil Smith, Mr and Mrs. 11. M. von
Hull Mr ami Mrs. 11 T. Ouard.'Mr.
llruce Cartwright. Mr. A. do S. C-i-navai
ro,. Mr. uud Mrs. (leotgu Hodlek
Hon. nd Mrs. C. It. Hemniv.iiy, Hon
and Mrs. A. J. Campbell Hon. and Mrs.
J. II. Fisher, Mr, am Mrs. Marston
Campbell. Mr. nnd Mrs. W II. Ilabbltt
Hon. and Mrs. V. i:.-Wnll, Hon. Mark
P. Itoblnfon,. Hon. ami Mrs. W. O.
Smith, Hon. nnd Mrs. V. I' Woods
Hon. nnd Mrs. a.' II. Falrchlld. Hon
and Mrs. J. C. Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. It.
W. fihlnglo, Hon. and Mis. C. A. Itlco
Hon. and .Mrs. J. II. Coney, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Dollolt, Mr. and rs. A. fJ. M. Robert
son, Mr. and .Mrs. Alexander Mn.lsay
Jr., Gen. nnd Mrs. J. W. Jones, Mr
ami Mrs. O. D. Hell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas.
P. Morgan, Hon. and Mrs. J. J. Fern
Mr. Andrew Adams, .Mr. and Mrs. Al
frcd Afong, Miss Nina Adams, Mr. nnd
Mis. Francis W. Damon, Miss Vora
Damon. Mr. ami Mrs. F. 13. Damon,
Mr. and Mrs. S.'M. Damon, Miss Mary
Damon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. 11. Casile,
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. It. Caatle, Capt. and
Mrs. J. C. Captner, Mr. and Mrs. Itobt.
Catton, Mr. Itobt. It. Cattnn. MIbs Hal-
en Alexander, Mrs. II. 0. Alexander,
Mrs. W. F. Allen, Mr. David W. Ander
son, Miss Anderson, tho Misses Angus,
MIbs Jeauo Cantor, Miss Clirlstman.
Mrs. nilzabeth Church, Hon. A. S.
Cleguorn, .Mr. Percy Cleshoru. Mr
and- Mis. Jna. U Cochbiirn, Dr. nnd
Mrs. Victor K. Collins, Mrs. Laura A.
Coney. Dr. and Mrs. It. W. Angus, Mr.
and Jlrs Ooo. H. Angus. Mr. Frank H
Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Ashley,
.Mr D. L, Conkllng, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mon
tngtm Cooke, Miss Allen Cooko, Mra.
Chas. si. Coo''o. Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
Cooke, Sir. and Sirs. (loo. 1'. Cooke,
Mr mil Mrs. Jos. P. Cooko, "Mr. and
Mis. Illchard A. Cooko, Sir. nnd Sirs.
Frank C Aihertun. Sir. nnd SlrB. Itobt
W. Atklmxn, Sir. nnd Sirs. W, II.
Ilnlrd, Dr. and Sirs. Ckns. 1). Cooper
Sir. Jas. I Coke, Hon. and Sirs. II. H.
Cooper, Sllss Caroline Ciows, Sir.
John H. Diow, Sir. and SlrB. JOlwtrd
f: Dalos, (Jen. And Sirs. Kdwnid
D.ivls, Sir. Ooo. P. Denlson. Mr. nnd
Mrs 11 r. Dllllntham. Sir Wniti.r
Dllllnsham, Sir. um) Sire. C du Pol,
Mr and Mrs. II 0. UlllInKhnni. sir!
and Mrs L (I. 1'iiUenborg Dr. nnd
Mib. SI U. Oiossmnn, Sirs. Murv
Miss Annie (Irnham, Sir. and Mrs. . ,, honor of Slrs.)Frnncls SI.. S,wnn
W. Oodnlo. Sllss Gras, Sir. and Mir. Uy, ho will leavo very shortly for
Jno. I.. Fleming, Mr. W. A. Oreenwoll,. ;r,,()( jitH corwln P. Itces. wiro'fir
Mrs. i: Krazlvr, Mrs. Andrew FiilIcr.'Admlral Ilees of Iho U. S. Navy, en
Mr. Geo. O. Fuller. Mr. nnd Mrs. John terlnlned nt luncheon Tuesday. The
It. Gait, Mr nnd Mrs. A ouzo Oattley,' ti,le ilccoratlohs went 11 combination
Mr. ami Slit, Norman Oelge, Sir. 0r raro cut flowers and ma'dctihnli
Ch.nios 11. Hall, Sli nnd Sirs. W. W. fern. AiUt lurtnking of a dPllclour
Hall, Miss Charlotte Hall, Sir, nnd'r(.pnst. the gnosis ndjourneil to the
Mrs IMwIn Hall. Mr nnd SlrB. Sey ,mal, where several rubbers of bridge
moor Hall. Sir. nnd Sirs, frqnk Hal- Weiq enjoyed. Among thofe present
stead. Sir, and Mrs. Armln Haneborg, were .Mrs: Corwln P. Itces. Mrs. lran
Sir. and Sirs. W. If. Harnden, Sir. nnd els SI. Swnnzy, Sirs. Ar'.hur Ilrown
Sirs. T. McK. Harrison, the SIlsscs, sits. Samuel Dunning, Sirs. Slortlmer
Hartwdll, Hon. mid Sirs. 0. F. Hart,1 Smith, SlrB. Illackman, Mrs. Herman
Sir. and Mrs W. A. Kinney, Sir. and l,cIto anil .Mrs. James Wilder.
Sirs. 1". W. Klobahn, Sir. and Sirs. P.I
Klnnip, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Kluegcl.' Mrs. Arlhur brown-. Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1) Kimball. Mr. and, Mrs, Francis SI. 8wanz wns the
Mrs. (l..o. T. Klitcgel. .ludgo and Sirs, complimented guest nt 11 brldgo lunch
A. S. Iltiniplireys. Hon. unl Sirs. D. P.'r0Il .,,,,.,, waB gcll m. MrM, Ar,llUr
II Iscnberg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itlchnrd Hior-ii nt her homo nt Wnlklkl. Cov
hers. .Mr. Merle- M. Johnson. Mr. and erH .CI0 ,,, for olRlt. T!l0 roll)r
lib nliiniat ln.4
and Mrs draff, It. King. Mr. nnd nni, m,enhnlr lern. Arter luncheon
Airs. 1 wis J. iMi:. str. torn v. King. ti,0 remainder of tho afternoon was tie
Dr. nnd S.rs. Jas. P. Judd. Mr. and vnlC(, ,0 iJr(lKl,. Thl)ao ,,rC9Cnt were
Mrs. Lawrence Juitil. Mr. and Sirs. Jas. MrE, .-ranc9 swanry. Sirs. Corwln P
.Inegor, Sir. nnd Mrs. Thos. S. Kay, u'CPPi Mrp jiortlmer Smllh. Mrs. Kd
Miss Claro SI. Kelley. Mr. Austin WBril Tcn,loy, .m,.8. Herman Focke.
Jones, Sir. Douglas Jones. Mrs. E. A. Mrg. Haniuel Dunning and Sirs. Sam
Jones, Sir. ami ,SIrs P. C. Jones, tho ,Cj wilder.
.Misses .Ionian, Air ami .Mrs, 1;. w.
Jordan, Sirs. H. A. Jordan. Sirs. Anges
II. 11. Judd. SIIsb Anges i:. Judd, Hev.
m-an1,! tr.'r, S, JSJ. M.? ! 7'- A"
........... r.... . ers weie lam mr eigni. 1
Mm.lPlerre Jones, Sllss Slattdo Jones 8c)ll,nl0 for n10 i.mchoon wa
Mr. 'and Mrs. Jas. A. Kennedy1, Mr. the tnhlo wns decorated with
1 uipiain i.ucien Young who is wen
mm. Mr. ami Mrs. Oeo. llenshall. Sir. "S, 7 ' '"J1' n 7"
id .Mrs. Allen Herbert. Dr. and Mrs. n"Urce,c"l,ly C"' '"" f fth"
eo. Herbert. Mr. nnd Sirs. Hugo Nnv' ,nIrd "l ,"ro WnU. but I
erzer Dr. and Mrs. Clifford II. High. T'!':;"
.Miss Slay Klm-gcl Sir. and Sirs. Ernest
Ho hns done good Kervlce In the l?
Kopke. Sllss Kmilo. Mrs. I.ockland, ?-a7 "'V1 p" nc,'"m,t ,,,f ,,U 1,Pr"-
tho Mls-.es I.add, Mr, nnd Mrs. Tl.eo B,n' ,'' av,?nc?!X ra"1:lly, ,,,n'1 n"w
V. Lansing. Mr and Sirs. Itobt. Lew- ',ns tho illitlncllon of be lug the
er Mr ,n,i M a i wi 1m m. ynnRe8t Ilenr-AUiiilrnl In the Unlt-
nnii Mrs. Hairy Lewis, Sir. Yrcd '", Stnle8 Nn'y
Lewis. Sir. Kdgnr 1-owls., Sir. nnd
Mrs. 1). Howard Hitchcock. Dr. Ar'hur
0. Hodglns, Dr. nnd 'Sirs Walter lloff
maun. Sir. nnd Sirs. Walter M-iHoway,
Sllss lelgh. Mr. an I Sirs. Will Uive,
.Mr. nnd Sirs. U. P. Low. Sir and .Mis
Will Visit North.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Frank Halstcad or
Victoria street, expected to lenvo In
May for Urttlsh Columbia, whore
they will spend tho ivpimer In me
J. Lowrey. Sllss Anu'abM Low.'sir' C0"' i!'d hrll? tMnM?, anA nli,
I Sirs. Henry Holmes Mr n.i itn 1 "njoy-tl.o golf links, which arp one
AV. L. I (upper, the Misses Hopper, Sllsi
Mnrg-iret Hopper, Sir. on( Sirs. August
Ottun, Sir. nml Mis
Ir. nml Mis. J F. c. Hagens
d Sim. A"."iy.lliill. Mr. fujef
Himibitrg Sir. nnd Mrs. J. F. Hum
htirg Sir. and Mrs. Hermann Huso
Mr. Fredeilck Lowrey, Sir.' Sherwood
Lowroy. Mrs. Alice L. Lowrey, Sir
ind Mrs J. A. SlcCandless. Sllsr
SLidso StcC-indlesa. Slf. and Mrs
Ilalrh Lyon. Mr. and Sirs Oeo. Lucas
Qnpt. and .Mis. Slnrix, Sir. and Mro
L. T,. McCmdlvsa, Gen. nn Sirs. W
C .Vc-Jelbn, tho SIlsscs McClellnn
Miss Violet SleKoe Sir. and Mrs L'd
ward Slacree, Mr. Itobt. SIcCorriston
n- eri.i "h John G. SIcOrew, Sir. ami
Sirs, H. C Petifrs, Mr. J. I). Slclnorny
iwr. Koscoe Peters, Sir. Wm. II. Sic
fncrny, Mr, nnd Sirs. L. Tenner Peck'
.Mr. Frank Mclnlyro, Capt. SI, Onoss
Sir. nnd Sirs. Ii II. Pri3. Itev. Ilcnrj'
H. Parker, Miss LIUIuu II. Paty, Sir
Hugh K. SIcIntyro. Sllss .Margaret Mc-
iniyie, Sllss Kaio Slcln'yie,, Miss
Agnes SIcintyre, Sir. John SI. StcKln
non, Sir. nnd Sirs. :rns. L. SIcClcan
.Mr. and Sirs. H. P. F. Sclinltze. Prof,
nnd Sirs SI. SI. Scott. Itev. and Sirs
K. T, Simpson, Sllsa Slarlan Scott. Sir.
and Sirs. W. A. Kcott. Dr. nnd Sirs.
Scudder, Sllss Allro Slacfarlano, Sir.
and Sits. F. W. Slnclnrlane. and mnnv
SIis. Helnrlcli Itenjes nee Coney,
nrrhed on the Korea, accompanied
by her daughter, and will visit her
mother, Sirs. Conoy, nnd a number
of friends, who are delighted to wel
come the chaimliiE Mrs. Itenjes to
ner on nomo. Jinny plans aro made
to enteitoln her, nnd her .lovolv
dpuohrer In the split and manner
to wlileli she was accustomed In the
dns that mo gone. ( '
Sirs, ppujes' homo is in Germany,
tiefote coming to the United States,
imo tlmo wns spent in traveling,
and naturally a stop in Paris was In
order, where the ladles Indulged 'in
Bpeiiillug a part of tholr tlmo In the
purchiirci or beautiful gowns, hats,
and other ndornmonts so dear to the
ri'inlnlue, heart. It Is needless to gay
Hint they nro tho ml in I rati on or all
who have seen the costumes, which
bear wltnoBs thtit they ure of Pari
Mrs. Grossman's Card Party.
Tuesday nfloino'oh. Sirs. Slorrls
Oroseninn enteitalned ut bildge nt her
pretty biingiilow nt 1145 ICownlo
Btieof. Sirs. Arthur neig was award-
I'd Iho first wrlru, nn exoulslto CoaU
Iort cup and saucur; the second prUb.vUor San Francisco, where thoy will
u cut glass dish, was won by Mr3, Vn
u-i .limes. I.verytmn cut for t in run
folnllmi pilzo. whlrli was won bv m
Arcjijbald Young. Among sirs. (Hoga-l
Mis. Jas D. Doii-iheity, Sr. and Sirs, man's guests we're 'siln Waiermui
John P. L'rdmun, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Mrs. Arthur llerk. Sirs. Aichlbahi
if the pleasant diversions for the
guests In the mountain resorts. As
Sir. Halstcad Is such an enthusiast
on golfing, this must le nn Ideal
place for him. ' i
Sirs. Henry St. Ooar was hostess
'o ihp Spinners' Club nt her homo on
California Btroot Tuesday afternoon
Tho program was n musical one In
"barge of the ten associate mombors
mil wns much enJoed, Mrs. Ramon
Wilson Is piesldent of this Interesting
Mub which wag formed some year
ago by Sirs. Charles Alken. Ainon.il
'ho nstoclate mcnibcrH uio Sirs. St.
Innr, Sirs. Iteglnal Knight Smith
Mrc Clinton Day Sirs. Wnrren Grog
iry, Sirs. Jp?so Llllenthnl, Sirs. A. A.
Pennoyer and Sirs. Kineet K. John-tone.-
S. F. Chronicle.
Sirs. Gcorglami Coolc sailed on thu
TcnyOj Slaru from San Francisco for
the land of cherry blossoms and
chrysanthemums, VIli her small
daughter, nml will become tho bride
of Colonel Lincoln Karmany, who h
stntloncd nt si a pan. This young and
nttrnctho joung matron met tho of
fleer who was commanding tho
United States Marines at Sin to Iul
nnd, and wlllliigly renounced n tnr-
tuuo toJieconio the hrldo M this gal
lant oluccr. Doth Sirs, Cook and
Colonel Karmany aro well known In
Honolulu social circles,
When Sllss Heleno Irwin returns
next week fiom Cmonailo with her
mother. Sirs, William O. Irwin, sho
will leavodmost Immediately lor an
other vlblt In tho southern part or thu
stale wlih Miss Julia Langlinruo and
(hh Silases Nowhall, The. congenial
group or glrld 'will enjoy nn outing nt
the Nowhall ranch,, but Hf not re
main for an extended stay, slnqo thoy
pie to -pose In tho thbloalix vlvantes
lo be given at the s. Francis enrly In
April. S. F. Call.
Tho news that Slajnr Sanford 11
Wndhnms, who hns been on duty ni
Foil Shnfler rur tho past two yyars,
has beau ordered in Fort Slorum,
Now Yolk, will causa i egret lo the
many friends and ndmlrers or the
Major, am his lovely wire, who have,
been such nn ncriulsttlon to social
lUe In Honolulu,
air. and Sirs, Ilacon who havo
spont tho larger portion or the. win
ter nt the Sloana Hotel, woio do-
parting parfiengers on the Slborla,
Your home will be hea(thier wjien you
make free use of a good beer.
The sturdiest peoples of the earth drink
beeV drink it from childhoDd to age.
The early history of our country proves'
"the benefit 'of drinking beer, for the men whov
'guided the young- nation through the trials and
perils of war and internal dissensions 'were men
who not only drank beer but personally inter
ested themselves- in the brewing. 'Knowing
the value of beer as a food for mind and bedy
they encouraged its use ly those about them.
The proper drinking of beer not the
abuse of it- is' good for the, weak and the well.
Be sure to order for your home.
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To cuif The Qimekie '
arrived ut tho wharf, and the dls-while here, and became very popu-
nppolnttacnt wiib keen, 'when the lar, nnd were the recipients of many
British Consul 11. 0. S. Forster was delightful dlnners given In their
on the landing to officially wcVomo honor, which, was fully reciprocated
this heio ofi Indian and 8outh by them.
Africa. Tho chnngc In tho Ulnar-
nry the general, was tho causo of" T,10 fonownB nitn.tlon has been
overthrowing many plaits for his en- rcCeled by Honolulu's 400
tertulnment by hfs country men In jtr. m,d sirs. Cllvo Davles
Honolulu, while the steamer was in a( Home
Tuesday, April Cth, 1010,
s: lb to 11 p. m.
.mi-, aim .Mrs. .MC.Miirry or unicngo, crnlcslde It S V P
departed on tho Siberia Slureh twon- Mr siarshall Darrach In "Twolfth
ty-slxth after n dellgitful sojourn nt Might." ,
the Sloana Hotel. This charming
coupUi lnudo n mimhor of 'friends Dr. nnd Sirs, Slorong, who bought
the Hoffman bungalow lu upper Li
lian Btreet have moved Into their,
new home this week. Doctor Slorong
who Is entering practice here Is tho
son of Captain Slorong, a retired
naval olllcer. He Is well nml favor
ably remembered by many of tuo
Sirs. 11. C. Stackablo Is nntlclpit
ing a short trip to the coast to visit
a sister In Southern California.
i V. T. P, Wqtorhouso departed on tho
W. G. Hall for Kauai, Starch 31st.
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There is Great Danger in Drinking City
i V ' Water ' 'f -
Why Take This Chanjce?
A Telephone Message will bring you
) cman fur ii mouth beore lesumtiig
thfl,r Journey for tnolr home in Se
attle. Lord Kltchouor failed to, maiorlal
Izo on. Wednesday, when tho Sluraiim
Or a Case of delicious Soda or Ginger Ale
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