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Is iili oliin l Mi 0 -tl 1'tltiM o milted ismiii. lis iitlitalil'li) r.nl In
'fn-ednm from Inja Phis subsumes rn-n'ei-,lt hi U.ii iicn Ii rrt on I
.by tbe most sensitive stomach. U has nwn the sl.itluil ot p.irlty an i
MctHince fbr fifty yar.
It U Invaluable for ovcrwnikod imm dulcirp wnrnun ami Meltly dill
droll. U strongthttm nnd Mistnlns vMeyilom; In n promoter of Im-iltli nn I
longevity: makes the old, feel yoim ,5 -sin J Loops the oun strung
"It ta a wi uderful rooiixly li the turiltnwit and ou-p of c iin?iiiii'itlim
pneumonia, grippe btoluliUM. coughs, (olds tiliililila, low fpvors rlirmni'li
trouble mill all wasting wujhrna.I dlienrod con.lltlnnr. If piUen In time
If yon vvlrli to keep joiitiK. strong ami vlgorlotis nml have nn J our
rlieoks tlio glow nf perfect IipiIiIi, t ko Puffy' Pure Mnlt Whiskey regie
I irly, according Hi directions. It lines and urengthciiB the luirt nciion
nml purifies tin- riillro sjslem It I' ippukmIip.I uk 11 fanil medicine
" CAUTION When
get tlip 1; 'linllii' It's tlic 1111.
nml In sold In wiled Ii iltle onh w r In bu"' 1-nuk for flip trade
mark, tlip "Old Cl.nnlfct ' m tin- li'tl, and makp sure tl o nal over tlio
enrk Ih iinbroVcn Puffy Mnlt Id Ki On Uoeln'ster N Y U a A.
Why Don't YOU
I Can a
man be a
Best Medicines :
tiSTj's Pine V.alt V hlslipy lip rare 5011
iliiii' pure iui illi lull mall whlkoy
not, tell ,
Pessimist if he
?S B EB
VU-.oie Cliskc:.ejrcjn F.eadlnnt Have M..dc him th ioclal lion of the hour.
Mrs. James Hough's Tea Ins mom nf tin- hotel Later tho host
In the dinning muni of tlio Mo- nnd hostess's pjrllclpVed In tlio ilanc
niui Hotel, Saturcjny .iftcrnoon, .Mm. lug Kanl'11 iiulntct club furnlliid
Jumes Umiuli and her ilaiiRtitPr, MIhj mimlp fm d-invliiK
Helen Huiigli, piitvrtalned at tea.
from I tci li. The drawing room ai zy a lunchpon Tnosiliy. Tho luncheon
Kutooned with ninlle, the decoratloni was Rprti'il.'nt thn OutrlKuer Club. The
belne caught It am tho renter, nml, LimIIur' Auxiliary la tlio wnnian'H
Urniui to the four corners In nUrnfl-1 hrnnch nf llilx popular club. On thU
erj effect, caught hero nud 'theie occasion tho inombciH of tho Outrlg
with California popple. Vates fiU,- gcr Club iuvkph'oiI the President, Mm.
ed with popples wero placed "on 1 I'mucln Swiuizv n beautiful china tea
small tnbles. Mrs. James Saifnders service for the Auxiliary, and also a
of San Francisco, pouted coffee. Mrs. handsome Inble to serve tea to tho
Saunders lookel stunning In an Iin-
ported lingerie -Rown, Inlet with I
nuantltlis f baby lilsh laco niado
fcn triiln nnd cm In the latest mode.
Mis. JniueH (lough .amis clad In an
apt loot satin, tunic effect, with em
bellishments of 1c.1l late. MIsh Helen
Hough looked girlish nnd sweet In!' of tlif most altractle and most
it white lingerie oer pink. Tim
punch table was presided oer .iy
Mlai Kutheilue St'ophens, wjio look
ed cxtrPinely pretty III white, n
large picture hat completed the coi
tume. A Hawaiian stilng orchestru
furulelied music for tho afternoon,
on this occasion many beautiful cos
tumes were observed, ubout fifty
guests were pretent.
On Wednesday Mrs Harry f!ra was
lie liciHltm at n iharnilng luncheon In
honor of Miss Mcl.alit whose pngige
1110111 to Mi lllseiman of HUo was
Into j anuoiincpil, Thoro oro about
tucm of Miss Mcl.ulti's Intlmato
filendi iirtsmt Tho decarntlons were
iiuuguill) tnstefiil tmd piotty tho din
ing room belns 11 perfect bower of
(tailing lnes. 'ftrns nnd pink carna'
lions Over the large table hung .1
eo'ld licort of pink cjrnitloiis, from I
which were f 1 tonned ptilo pink 1 b-
lions strung with pjpor hearts. The '
linrd is of the tablecloUis were also
decorated with pluk hearts nnd maid
enhair Tho centerpieces woro masses
nf , nk bi'ganl'is In which roposed
dalnt favors fyr each guest. Then
were t'tiy jilnk ttinpciB of crej-e paper
ernnineii ed wlihNrllls of pluk nn I
gilt buckles Tho heols ware nb.o
gilded, and tlio slIpperH sprinkle.) with
rice Af.er the delirious luncheon tho
gueht of honor was treated to n com
plete sui prise In the foini nf u kitchen
"i.iiiwer" She was led Into an ad
joining room, ulicio tho center table
held u hug' pink bull, cleeily con
structed nf ciepo piper. This the was
icipioKted to "1 ill j." and III su doing
disclose I tho many pjikigei prcpaicd
jiy her Mends Kviy Itnowii nrllclft
nf kllcbenwarc ueemed to bo thero
each accompanied by a suitable verse
tlio rending 0' which created much
merriment The pluiaiuo c,f tho oc
casion was lidded to by rougs by Mrs
O'll.iy wlio.10 rleh vnlco Is always s-i
appicrlnled and nlm by tlip clover pi
ano lu lug of MltR Scliuman. ,
Paymatter and Mrs, Hornbartjsr's
Mis. John Hoinliciger euteit.ilned
In honor of her husband's hlithda)
WulnoH'li) PM'ii'ng lit their mtlMc
litmie on O'een eiio t Tho table wis
nun of mses nnd rare ferns Thera
Her ubi'Ut cl'!i'ia p'iplo present
f ilj h Intlninlo frl0'M nT ihls p.i'i
nliir roiiido wen Invito I
Mrs Bc:kuc' Drlc'cs.
Cnniplli'ientniv to Miss Cntfen, Mrs.
llnckiis entei tallied at bridge Wedni's-
di nrternoon, (it her Wulklkl homo.
Tho liouiro wail artistically ilesonled
I In c irn-itlens nip) rones. On this oe-
eislon bcMitlitil prizes wore nwardi'il,
'fho guest of Imnnr wus presentel with
linn Isniiip guest jujre a Coilpori
Farewell Luncheon to Mrs. 8wanzy.
Tho oxeciitlw) roiumltlPo ot tho
LndloH' Alixllhirv nf IIih Outilggcr
Club tendered Mrs, I-'ranrh M.VSwin
A tartwell dunco was gheti Int'
Hviiliig in the Mn ma hotel In 1 01101
nf 0 liunibPi nf ruests ln lnvo b 'Ml
ending Hie winter a tho Moulin but
v 111 depart for their homes on tho
mainland today on tho steamer Man-
Inn la P1I01 tn tho dnnce 11 nunibor
nf dlnneis woro given In Hie latgo din -
NOTES ' j
mcnibprs. Judge Polo president of
the Outrigger Club, made the preset!'
Miss Coffee nf San Francisco, vhd
has been Uniting her aunt, Mrs (!nr-
lenbeig, for the lust two months. Is
popular oung girls that has lsltu.l
our sunny shores for some time. Miss
Coffee Ins 'liven tho motif for much
euteitalnliig during her lslt In, tlio Is
lands She Is loivln4 today 011 thu
Manchuria ami will b; siilly mlssu.l
by hvr uumoroiis frlvnds in tho Islands.
Mr. I'orcv Cleghnrn, nophew nf et
(Jovernor Clcghorn, leavos toda on
tho Manchuria for n six months' trip
10 Knglnnd and bcotlnml.
Mr, ami Mrs. W. A. noble who lias
ben so extensive:- entertained dur
ing theli six weeks' stay In the Inlands
leave toda'V nccnipnnlcd b) their lit
tle son, 011 -tho Mnnchmla.'
Miss Ada Rhodes, who lias been
tho guest ot XIrs. Prnncls (Iny, for
the pi.i-t moiith, loturucd to Hono
lulu lat wcok, and Is being; welcome 1
and entertained l!iy her numerous
f , The uhsence ot this popula
. , ,, - ',.' .
girl mndi) 11 void In the soclul cir
cles of Honolulu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ocorgo D.ivles will
leave tho first week In May, for a
fclx months' trip to England.
j MIVIUIT UI1U 4U1B. t.lliut ni-u.
with their two chllilicn, nro sojourn
ing at their suburban home at the
Miss Kuulco Piatt daughter of Post
inn dor nud Mrs. .Pratt, deimrted on
the Slori.i, Anrll Clh for an Indcllnl'o
visit n the Cnt.t. Chicago being tho
objective point. Mini Prutt Is a uni
versal fivorlto In tho social world,
and her aluenco vvlil bo felt by her
tunny friends here.
Hmoreml W. II. Westervolt Is, visit
ing In the City of Mexico nnd will
make a tour of the country before re
'tuning to Honolulu.
Sirs. Traoiy Htbcimm or Seattle,
who has been sojourning In Honolulu
10 u.ned to her home Wednesday, tuk
lug passage on the Blcrrn
A coterie of OJIlcers from the Tho
tli gave .". stag dinner Friday even-
Ing, uiid',,liitor In the evening at-
ended tho hop Hint was given at the
Mrs. C. M. Conk accompanied ';
Im. daiiKhter, Miss AHco nnd her son '
Theo.loie' weio passengers on tho
kte'amer . Chins, which left Honolulu'
'Apill Imi, They nio cn'muto to En '
tiipO, )vliere (buy vlll Bpeud much
lime u the lie Igbts of seeing tho old
world ticumiicM. Upon their li'turn
Thecdoio Cook will enter tollego
On I'lld.iy ovenlng thn Misses Lndd
gave n Clilnes dinner In honor of
ills. 1(1)03 nud Mrs. Julleu Monsarr.it.
Mis. Ociiiko It'.iiUet has Issued Invi
tation 1 for 11 largV lecoptlon nmt teal
to be glycrSWiU'sda April 12th, to
meet Mrs. uu I the Misses Pfluger, j
and Mrs. and Miss Hclujes.
Mr. Marshall Danachx will Kill
""ft Tuesdnv on the KI111111. to be
the guest of the Isenbeigs on Kuual
Hi" JilKiit after ho aulves a lecltnl
! of Hib "Tempest' will bo given nt
tl'lluiu, Kauai, oh the IGth, ho will
glvo "Julius Caesar" at tho samo
,phii.c, nud wilt iclurn In Honolulu
0V1 tbe 17th nnd will sail direct for
Jnpatl. Later lie will tour Chlnu and
vl It Manila and po-wlbly. India,
A much needed io( will take Illshop
Ii'itatlek 10 Ids old Imino In K.igiund
(vhlih he his not visited In main
Jelrs. Tho Ulrdiop will luo thn in
clcty nf his young non .on hjs I11111;
vnyaKCwWh will be nf benefit In
the. bey .11 weL as ,11 lliiTIU.Mioii mil
tlm ploasaut coiiii inlonslil pwlll bo
;i iileas.ito vvllloli has been denied
tin 111 for th" pist yeir or two,
, Word has been tccelvul Hint -10
sailing order Tor the Pacific R.eet
' lmj been chutigcd a nil Instead or
J silling bnuiSnn Praurlsco the last
1 (if June, the Pleet will sail from
there, the lust of August, nud will
'imlve hole dining the Hint week nf
1 .. . ' .
sepicmncr n tin iiuikp. ineir iieadquai
ters In this port for the winter..
Mr. srd Mrs. Chlf gle's Luau,
Mr. uu I .Mrs. ItohiTt Bhluglo outer
tallied 11 uiintb.-r of their friends flt a
luau vvlilrb, was glvcnvflitn lay at th
iixnin.iili ti tnbn was covered l h
mnllo and tl leaves; red lels were
found at each place and worn during
Vno aileiiKHiu. A Hnvvallan iiututet
elub plo.vcd old-jlnw Itawallaii ulni.
About thlity guests were pre.enl
111110111; those observed being Mr. and
Mis. Iluiiiicwoll of Wellcsliy, Mass.,
Mrs Ncllson of I'm Is. Mm. Hit linnlsnn
of liostnn, Muss., Mr. and Mrs Wide
innnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Caiiiplicll,
Miss Murjorle Freeth .Mr. Marshall
Dirrach Mr Knink Ungor Mr. Carl
Holloway, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Woods.
Mis. (Jeoigo Ilcdlck has Issued In
vitations for n ten, to be given 1 ties
day afternoon, nt her homo In Nuu-"
aim Viillcv, in honor nf Mrs. Pllugor
nnd the JUIsses Pfluger, Mrs. Henjes
nnd Miss Ilenjcs, The hours will bo
from t to C.
Mr. Davjd -Andeison left cm tho
China for n three months' trip tu
Knrope. Jlr AliJoison will visit the
principal ultles at Kurope.
Mrs. ll.Watcrhnut and hor daugh
ter. Miss Cor.-i.5turgcon dopirtQil 0:1
tho China Apt II 2nd. They ore en
toiite to the East, whero they will, em
bark rnr nnroiie, and will 'probably
prolong their travels abroad foran
Mrs. Walter GlfTard dcpafled on tho
Sierra for San Francisco where she
expects to remain for miiiio time.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ynung let on
tho Sierra for the Coast accpnipanlol
by their thiee llttlo children, nnd wl 1
spend their time vUltlug telatlves nnd
friends ' ,
Mr. It. J. Oitehley, accniiiimnled by
.Mis, nuchley departed nn thi! Slerri
Apill filh for the Coast wlier ! wl'l
reinsln for ,n , couple nf months. A
trip Hast Is aj possibility, nnd 111 thu
event their stay will be, piolonged.
Judge Qinrels wis n Jeturnlng'pns-
scnger on tlio Mlkahala, Ap.'ll Srd,
W. II. Itlca. Si- anlved on tho
steamer Kliuut April '3rd, finni K-iuat.
Mr. nrd Mis. tleotge Havles depnit
od for Kiigland on the Manchuria, sail
ing April 8th -
(Additional Socialrap;es 12 and 13)
for many yotrs eczema was Blip
posed to bo u blond dleeaso and was
enoneoiiKly treated as such, lilft now
tho best authotltles ngrco that eczema
Is only a skin dlseato and must bo
ciiied through tlio. bUIii Tho eminent
Bkln specialist, IJr. n. 1). Dennis, flrbt
(llccovere.l tho ecretua germ and his
discovery was quickly tnken up In
both Germany nnd Franco,
To kill tho eczema germ nnd nt tho
same time heal tho skin, Dr Dennis
compounded oil nf wlnteigieeu thy
mol glvceilne, etc. Tlio" remedy Is a
liquid, not a mero salvo, hence It sinks
light Into the pores of tlio skin. Wish
ing with this compound seems to take
tbe Itch away at ones; toon the ucalo.)
drop nvvay and tho disease dlsappcais,
The preccrlptlon has now bcMi used w
long as to Imvo proven Its, nhsoliito
merit and wo do not hesitate to ex
press our confidence In I), D. D. Pres
cription, Honolulu Drug Co.
The me of leather shoes of th
fou-lgn tjpo'ls inpldly extending In
; " "
FOR WHOOPING COUCH. CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE,
THhOAT, I.ATAKKIl. uirilllltni
V.porlnJ Cr.iol.n lopi lk pttoi(imi of
Wkooplj. Ceuih. tl.(litinl Ci.up c.Bnol
.ii.l Mhrra C..oIr Ii u.td. tl Kll dmclly
on mom and lkiol, trttin. titthiol ir in v
ct i4 ccildtl loolliici Um lhro.1 and ilopi lh
couiti. II M . boo. 10 luoeicu iiom Aimw
Crcaoltn. It powerful geniitctJ.. aclins both
a . fiti.li.. .nJ DI.Vtr.tlt4 in COIlUfllOUl dll.l
Crctol.n' b.t iKonuaiadaUMl u 111 thirty
y.tll of luccrtifut ut.
F.r Sili lr U Dr.11l.t1
Tliroat Tfcbleli, imt'a
a id ludhln. for lli. It.
mated Ihioal 10c
Taa Viaa Cramlqit Co.
110 Fahn SlfM,
haw Y.ik C1I7.
Save the BabieSa
'rAT MOllTAMTV is something- frightful. Wo can hardly rcall:
that of all tlio children born In civilized countries, twenty-two percent!, or
nearly oiie-qiiartcr, dla beforo they reach ono year; llilrly.se veil per ettit., or
more than onc-tllinl. beforo they nro five, and ono-half beforo they nro fifteen I
Wo do not lieMtulo to say that a timely use of Castorla would save a majority
of thcBii precious lives. Kelther do wo licsHata to say that ninny of those, Infantile
dcallis ui o occasioned by tlio uso of narcot(o preparations. Droits, tinctures and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain moro or less opium, or
morphlnf They arc, In considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In liny quantity,
they stiiiwfy, retnrd'circlil.itloa and lend to congestions, sickness, dentil. Casloria
operales exattly tho inverse. It (iium.ii the blood to circuluto properly, opens the
pores of the tklu uiM alluys fever.
Tlio r i.9y"jF' sunrntitcci gci'iiilno
plgnatiiro ot wWzJ'4i' ustorln
Physicians tlecommcntl Cactoria'.
I hive ui?d your CaitorlA la t$tt of colic
chtlurrn nnd titva found It I.10 Wt nml I tine of
MndonUitjiuurkeU J. K. SmrsoN, M I)..
"A mtflflnemTa.atbla and brir-flejal for rlill
drtn fcajKiurraciort iltdLrrvitlLo hlUctt lraic.
I dfad It lu qk cvtrr)wtnru.M
J. 8. Alexin mm M )!,,
''ITare Qpcd jonr Caatorta on tarlotia ocraaloni
InRiiltablecaPtaand liate fimnl It a jutaUble and
efficient IrihMiu, cieclallj In tW varluua dlseaKa
o! cbUdbitovl '
Cuts. LbWAhp OitiuiNiR M.Di
Children Cry for
s In Use For
KtmMMm of the
1 ' Stearns' Electric
RAT and ROACH Paste
S?AS?.fasE uJ-"y " Moneybackifitfeils
M Immediate ue. For 77'3 X lo..b J1.00.
a SO jnutheonlrsTiir- ' - ' Sold by dtahrs
uDtecd exterminator ' 4ctrvuhtrt
a STEARNS' ELCCTRICpaiTC COMBANT. CHICAOO. ILUNOIS
From the Lamb's Back to Yours
Made from your own measurements into
a Perfect-Fitting Suit, which will give
you the appearance of being Well
, . .
Geov A. Martin, Tailor, Hotel St.
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Durint; business hours a Ladies'
room lias been opened for our clients
and we con ''ally invito them to
make use of the facilities provided,
such as desks, writing- material, tele
Thfs room we trust will be used
by ladies visiting the city on busi
ness or pleasuic as a place where
they may rtst, or meet their acquain
tances aud transact business of vari
ous kinds. We will ondeavonto as
sist them ih any way should they so
Bishop Trust Co.,
LIMITED s - --
LLi!il LHJLllWi t Wi 'li'il' li'li"'"!
MCMtorlala Rood for chlluren and I frrqncnUf
(ruictlbe It, and aKara obtain Die dcftrol rr.U."
T. CICHALU ULATTNIR. M. 1) ,
" I bare pmicrlbfd fat torla to famlllr for feremt
ycFiri-, it Ii all rlhU Motbcri llko It, for cbtldreu
C. A. Wilmv, M. n.,
" Tour Caalotla i a aptandld remedy for cty'drcn,
know u tb world orrr. I uto It la my practkg nd
Itave no litnltanry lu recqmincndlnj It for the com.
IlaluU of Ibfauta aud rblldrvu.
J. A. Uoahiuh, M.I),
Eaniaa City, Mo.
Over 30 Years.
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