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'!- .' ; -,; ,, x.j ..: I m .. . bven'UM uuu,etin,, Honolulu, ,t. h batukp r, Ai'it. ic, lalo. . ' T!.-r il , , 3 ' 'fmti
.:...' " ' --y y7 iw .- iSSSSSrss?:Whart: -As Duifvs Pure Malrw
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UIIUA-fc f mirtJKVIl ' . VT!Tr--TO! IIMB". T .1
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, Patty'. at J. A. Dowsstt's,
tendered' Herbert DoWson
even In ji. at' his home on llerctnnlii
Ma illil not strive to" reach nn effect No doubt n wlto choice, for not Ono of
surprlso Party, was by niero volume of Voice, weird man- , the many visitors to tho AMantlo re
rt DoWson Frldne Iicllanl1' or any' eccentric subterfuge, sort can fall to bo' Impressed with tho
iiihi reading was uiguiucu, iiiciiko, solium -music which ii iruo iiuw.iiiiiu
maAtcrftll. Tho innjto of his voice U ran lender. The leader of this small
HVctiue. The; celebration Iwas In hon- seemingly unlimited, and his ability" hand of musicians, 'John A. C. I'eter-
or ufhl blrlhclny, ami camons a. to fap-io from character to character son, has earned n reputation for htm-
-complete 'surpriso. to him About "nmarrcd " tno lusmusioning paure hoir.nB-weii as tno nmniei iiojh or
. . ,-''.' ' ' , of. tiKKl'ntldii or .stliflli-il effort Is n-. rlvlnir to (he nubile nianv dellciitfill
.forty y6ung people w.ere p;e3ct:t.
t .Kant's Quintet Club furnished the
v--. '.wiiLh for dancing, which ' wn In-
r' Uulgeil In up to a lalq Jinurv A dellt
cloits hotnupper was scrved.nl nipW
en n'coeki tit small tables.', Tho
" hinj.e ami larco supper tablovihh
was served a 1A buffoU were frnKtanl
in roses aim ir. iiueaaair rn.na. o;
cellent. This Is Marshall Darracli s cnlertalnmtnts their music always a
second visit tri the Islands, and It is treat, a ploasuro always anticipated
to be hopM thn,t this visit will, not b? with RratlfyltiB results for no music
tho last, as this Rifled man can nl-: is fo welcome to tno islander as mat
ways ho assured ff& royal welcnn of Hawiill ntl.
by tho Honolulu people. I ,
., I' i At 11)0 homo of Mrs. Thoadoro
'. The numerous friends tor'f.leiilonaat Hlclmnl on Thursday nftcrnoon Miss
1'roVtla ri'issBtt will lie Interested tn ' I.lndonlJii Kivo n nrlvato Song rccltnl.
J ' ' thin occasion nmni' nr.od vlahes v?eto know; that ho was married In San ; The liidli fui innate enoush to hoar
. ... ' --- V.. .1 . ma.i 1 fluu t tiirlottinii tiro tvrirmlv ttnllniaf.
expiessed rcr the liost, and the ecu- itiiiici?c nn ui .win oi uarcii. i.ieu- "! - - ; ' -
era! Wish was that the same part tenant IttKef. has' been hoiV a num,) '!? '- ;'r- heaiitlful voice mil
-.of jimiltf peoplo would be nhlo IS'lier of II.ihm ami Is well tfrqfnlntcd "mus.nl rlillliy. 'ho pn.Rram wn
meet iiSxt year' nmt (cilobrnto tho In Honolulu. On )i!a list nip h, was vurleil appealing to n 1 the synipa.
'happy event. Among those present :" on th" Cincinnati, 'at the time t ,"v"v "" "c ."v.:.u ' ". .""" .. Su
wereMlss Violet Makee. Miss St- M.'.l Mra. I.oagwor,th were visiting uuuience ,.IEiiiac,i airs, meouore ,c
rah l.ucas, MKb llmriet l.ucas, Miss J'ore, Ho Is n warm-personal friend I "da. Mrs. 0. II. A lierton, Mrs. C. I .
Klliel Spading. Mlts Mlna llorg'er. T ''l ns conijlo, mid knows ex-1 Cooper, Mrs, Irancls Oay Mrs. Vest-
,' Miss Klse Itcnjes. Mis, Athalla U- I'resldoat ttooevo ,vory well. Ths , "velt, M John h"-
- , -vey, MUh Vera Daqion. MU Idly MlAvlOK appeaied.I.i a San Francisco h. Tcnwy. Mrs. James .l.idd.. Mis.
I-aty, WUf Alice Macfarla.ie. Miss ll ' ' "c- ' "'' 'P- . :' '
., Maigaret ' Walker. Mlm Mdrjorlc' Tlveddlng of tli week tlat htfa a n" " W. II. Mnney. Mrs J 9.
Tieelh Mr (leorce 1'ullcr Mr' Hob-' nionopt, y of nlcrest n,1ho service set ""-. " -. m":a. .,n, we
-i " i UrVlln Till C'tl f J "nl -as that of Miss i.enr.e.lo von Schra-, -'-JV'"" '', W
Mr Iluriv Inrus Mr ltfcit t'lnrlie der and Ueulenant I'rentiss Heck Has-1 MlH. Chas. Wlnht, Jlrs. M. .Irosslr.
" MrMarkVoSoiM io bride is the , Mrs. Kvellth Wlnslow. Mrs lufgo
'.. Blr, w"rk ''"binsin, Jlr, Winter ll- .,,,, r r-oloiiel ntitl Mrs Frederick ! "nzor. Dr. .1. S. fri'r-v and Mr. Sid-
- crort, Sir. (luy Macfar une und oth- "aijsnioroi i oionei umi .iirs, i reucricK ii,.i, -,i .!,,-
" . ,,.. . . , yoi Scbrader, and ha.1 been a favor to lie) Hoben.jind others.
u. . a.
, during her residence here.
."" r.-.-t... . . . . ... - ..... .. I .Mr. ami sirs, lieorce I'envv anil
.. .. . A. . . iinrrirmnr irinnti ni aiih i..iifn inirv. i "
mr. ann rars, i-owrey s.uaraen fariy. - v ""--" :; " n, .1.1.. m,- i..
. . '. . ... Ilm ilmieliter nr AlHlnr nrnprnl Thiim.-m ' ' " o"v,-. '". ....
eiicricK.iewctti.on-. ::,':..: . ,7
r$)Wlir entertain nt a Oardetv Party ;'''' ,1P.inn.- t. n,Bmr
on the steamer
. Claudlne, and ute ngvln domiciled nt!
this .nftcrnoon froni i to C In, honor of WOro , lnJ88 UI1form mv ,10 nornl the Moaua. Hotel. They returned at
Mm: Krancla It, Day,jiml MIsa.JesslcaHpttimr was icmarkahly pretty -The''1"' " very .iilemjant visit with M.r.
Irwin. The weather permitting, this U)r fchcmo was w,tc and 'green. !nl ,Mr8- I'ra'"1 Mv,a, nnd-.wcre,
y."1 I''il r?K "" "f..f ?ri."rt.a..lr: wlih, tho white predominating In tho"'1' "llso " f t!lls dwrmlng
aim. ill it r pud, i.unu-1. wiui LUI.-1I t , . . . .'.... fmiMl.. fm- ttuvornl u-nnko Mr Tpnvvl
m rtn nnii irniiui"- , ..... .,,-.., ..... . .. ,
guests of honor will receive under K,PHC emsirra
stately palm trees. Only tropical, sprnys of lilies
"countiy cm Vupply such nattirq) decor- cereinony .was
,'ntlons, for overyono. knowh tlyiu the Wednesday aftcrnon by lit. Ilov. Dcii'
.t iiiiiiAII1 inH.t In H.ittlljlr!tt ..ft finAII. mI t !. .".'. 1 ....UI1I... l.tl.h.. ..
.i.'Mfiuj hiHivii in iuiYiiiiv.-ijuKij "fair ittd VI, w v-(mutJ, Ulllllill iiirlltJl'-ui
....... . . I
ch of the vulluy., Tim una M- aiwni woro cionamaics aiii
perforated at 4 o'clock llU0 "r- n,,u irfl' ;"UWI , r?
infill euiuritiiuuin, uiiu uieir yieiLuio
nio most enthusiastic over their vis-
tlful-ln Its luxuriant foliage of palms u,0 Human Catholic dlocoso of' San ". 'Ularlng that on their trip
of. ifvory variety, fiamboa, and txeuif Krunclsco Thcro Was u canopy of niotind the world, that 'the scenery
which have been transpUtnted from , ,, , .,v did not Mirpars that on Maul. Mr.
nearly o'.fcry foreign land The largo wIlcro'ti,0 rouble stoo.1 to rccolve the and Mrs. Collins, prior to their de-
tables, oumtmnited with lAntcn.tned JX3 e , tl " fr?en Is l,urt froln Ml"" "'
pink rotes at which corfto and toa coiigraiuMiious . or uicir inenus. i ... . ... .
will bo served aro placed amidst .t Thero were over. hun.lred guests at o''l f.wlilo ned luaii, wn cli proved
bower of greenery, At the- toi tnblo the reception, and most of them army W1 novcl niul Interesting to tho
Mrs. William nicliard, castle, who is or nnvy people prominent In tno eor- ""' """'
n slstev-ln-lw of tho hoitess -wll paar VIco. 'The brldo was nttended by Hlfa' . .
uarieii, wun oi i.ieincnaiii
ten; Mrs. AJilreW Killer will nerva kIHii Ilatrv and Miss I.utlo Collier. I Mrs-
the Mffoe. i JIIsh IC 1), Snow will ills- wf,u0 ,ile omco r ban.niau was nll'd "anett, of the 20th Infantry, U. 3.
peu n coaling baverago to )lirj as- ...t v,J.m.try neornrt "i Anl.l The A., will not arrive In Honolulu un-
iTltclic .clt Mrs r A L VI weio J-iolu-lcKV.n Schweder. brother 'M K',lth Spaidlng. daughter of
"lk,TEl i.cmPr IM.4V'.T'r?ro1-In ! of the IHde, nn-l , Untenant Fred Mr. "'', Mrs, Kdward Spalding of
xiiou.ii wiiim Miua witiipimim Tun. Ci-iiiie. Tho l'Miii wn liv tlm lirliln nils cit), win sail from Ban i-ran-
liny Mlrs Vori) D'ninn Miss .1nsU was extremely elTecllv'i
Kennedy Miss" CerdelH Ollliliit and 'hied' with prlco'oss lai
HIBH u. wnito -iii 93SI11 ine noriois Wor ,m i,pr woddliu veil wna n,fam. II1' f uoconrii iniriiigi
. -, in iwiia'lni! entouUtnment fof Iho i... 0,,Ksainii nnd tlm lmrtlen of tin bred days and hf old friends
. guesK Noirly foil- huntre.1 '"Vita- , . . . . , .. . . the oul vho to give her u roya
, 'i,onB ,mo "eli "T9" J i tboVnro lace. Tho gown was mtda come, She Is cymlng to this
j. - 7 .. ''. ..-.. ... . .r-' with tho new Russian lu'ulc effect nnd attend her sister's marriage,
Ti-inp C31.1 eveni nivaionaay evcnuiK ... ...m ..,
. . i nl.... ..n i i n Hnna....vl Cf1.fi1rtn llnU
hiiu was trlnr- tl;u u l" iioi'ufc .iuKnmi., ,.u
ICC. ThO 1.1C0 H11 ii.. utiimit vna uuu ui mo
.- I .. nn 1 . l (. A C t t T tl I .. .Intn
.'wastheShakcspe-irrcn .eclal glyeit. . ."' ', . .. ,,.,,.' )lrffi been c'hosoh on account of It be-
iby Marrln 1 narracli la. tno loimsmr: ,... .. ..:.;.. ....'" r i, ,i, .., .i, ,..,i.n,,., -i.
' ' .i v .-,.. i. v..n i.ii.i nave gono uwuy cu in:r v1" 'icymoaii )' """ ""'" " ,"" "'"t.
. room cl heAlexand;.r ounj5llotoU. h- in,rf.,inthnt il.nv. veIEary of Mr. and Mrs. Spalding.
rtr ro -- ..-. , . ...... "". ... . i. ..
will return. Tlfelr homo Is to bo In the father and mollier of. the proa-
Iloston at tha navy -ard, whero l.ten- pectlve' brldo.
leuant UatsctMs stationed on tho Tar- "
pin In submarine service. Tho brldo' The opening of tho new nnd clo-,
was In tho Pilllpplncs nt tho tlmo gautly appointed hulldlng of tho Yc
tluit Llouteunnt Daasett was statlonod kohania Srecle Uank on Thursday
v it oilv . i . At t i from t ia1 un.llit(tr tttillt Vt o 1 f nftAn linn
..'.'. .1 . oi i. on ine witenns u ana ineir acquanu- " "' '" i """ "" " "t
that the omn!i medium of Shakes. , naco b t Uq . WM of , ,, of ft rcC01)lOI1( of
," !S ntntv'" ," ' XX , ' '"o ". .Inl.r nf ho younger V' ". m.n.cr, act.
..Y.., ...,..v -.., ...-...- nlcn nnil lias inanv friends In'tlili en as nusi, ami no was niusi pioasim;
This was fhe last' of n series of ra-
t' cltajs. All his recitals have been bril
liant social ovfeniB, bringing together
A 'I; -xi representativo rorlcty nRemblage,
"rind this 'recital of ''MncbptlV provod
w. nxceiitlon to tlio rule, for Mr.
Dnrrach established Inyond nny doulit
1 4 - h.1lji.fti 4rtnlrt.t IliAnvrljtnl Atitkr0
i?r". ', .""-' -" "-'" ""' T""'1' ' c-y, although ho has not had as much t his enorts to maKo the visitors
, rWf B'v"- T',,t1 r--1Darrarhlir",I' I time herons many of Mi brother of. thoroughly at home. This company
,: .Wceed In tjla i ellca o and . dlfllcnlt.l T,.B ,irlrt Im a ,? ,)f frleniU of Oriental bunkers has reason to, be
"V '!nB.U Zaa """Vftloned by overs 0"twllo wi frotfret that her future homo Proud of lis bandsomo edlflco which
t , beforehand, but that auch n brilliant' . ( b . E . . ( fM3,amont tll tho section of town
,r nnd ndenuato pohraval could ba pis- .. wnero lt 8tHIlll8 nll(1 ts nlB(, nn ovl.
- slblo, ojen to him, seemed liayoml bo- tr,n.,Z, ,,Pi,n n... ' lonce of the advancement they linvo
A' ";'Hef. 'The many contrasted character Hie transport Sheridan. s,,lhS ......... '
Tf flke. as ho hlmaelf once put It. n set April i:th for San Francisco, boro ma,ln '" ,1,tlr jWVJwunlrjr. .
" ' v of puppets which, ho controlled imd
'. WHICH ncpraiseii or uiunivn uvuuiu
;, Ing s Iho piny goes well or 111. serv-
I ml to emphaslzo tno wnnacrnii vir-
. .Sflert out tho SQinblanoo. Ho has mag-
l.-C . ... . . ., ., ...o 1.,.,
zt .' iietisni ui nn iiiiiihii'ii nvii-o .. .!,.-
J . ?i, ...ll. ,.i.o i. ,.!,.tlw.
.. - 1I01IU piiwi-r, vwijiiti n-i ........w
f-l,it. -nli.l IVfyu V:iilltnnl4 lu'iir'lltfil
tilar members of Army and local so-! Mrs' Sam"e' X ,,rt1or nml ',?r, n,
elety, away. Many friends were at M1"";, M'; A. T; Atk njira. JvllMeave
Iho wharf to wWi them lmu Voyag3 Al"' I 27th, on the Wllhelmln.u Mfrf.
nnd. express "their reg.ef nt.parllng.' W",Io,r "J"1 M,rB' Aminwn wll not
On Tuesday. April 12lh, tho mom- ' JlM nayiiiona u. .urown ihbim'cioi-
bers of,thu Hawaiian Quintet Club ' InimlKrntlmi, loft m. (bu Nlpjion
,wae. their hands In n fast parting' M"i. April Uth. for thq Orient. His
! n.-itnlltv nnd Intennx'latlvo ability ofj.
) . ;" ' '. tho ar'tlst. Tho keen close ntfonltai Tor by their pleasant .tereour wltli -W J ;w -' tonb. ly
V ;ad perfect sympathy. .saud.erA he town ok the ,,U two year, ; S-iffi fffl,
J , -in which were many siuuems ,Hu .. .o '''"y--'""."" an Kmh womal, blt ,,
.-'A !T,,?" .r,;:.v.,;'f;a,;oVhs.:o .. m. &... . a ,nber
' .,' F"ll.?"'.T'J1L,.rT. ii,:n;i.V:iow.rnoirtnl.nt.iio ynrs. Shelms-twl, datiBhtrrsllv
y' "nyTlmvo' b n "fio big u, 7h ol M.end that mo Kuro . n.l ro "-"M to an Kngl
.: ...t ",1.s'. -"nVo "'. ,."V '?" f S ..." ..,.m, i,t r,,iin-'n ic, ih TTniii.,i sh,ih Navul Offlter. the other Is married
JT"l,-tJ2Zry,U take ,., his. duties at Fort Amert.-an; but sha and her
SAV .7'""" h.J :...?,".. " .i, '..,;1 siocimi. New York, tho nlnco whero 4""' have taken up n
VJ.'V-. r u""' ."" " . ,"1 ."r'M' r..1".:..-.". i.a .,.. ,-oB,i ,i , I. ri,,.'l.,R resldoiue 111 Blirono. Mrs. Atkl
'V yi'. -and (jvery line of faro and (lguro car- wire. . x A
ji. rion our inn huiiiuiuiiuv. iiu Man "r" - f
-t -'-' Tnir moving .characters, w.llo tho, salute, nnd sailed away on tho l.mllno mlal'n was tho . cporllng of four l'oi
's. tkw semi'," hasfTcH beforo tho eye." i;lv j Mr Ball VfnnchV ciiMou'o to. the tKuese. Mrs. llrown nceompanlrd
' 4 hf""l 'vvhrroa savoring Of . Bait, whoiftjiolr voipos wlll'bheanl l...rliiwUinU on this trip wh,lch will bo
' ,. Jiiovnl ilnyVenhancd with pou'le rendering cbv'.co Hawaiian n,Pi0.itf.j of seoriil inontlm; duration.
"t . 5a"A 'fiincy r'ero' on the platform In Ibu which will bn the great attraction of , ... .
c lounging room oftho Young'wlth Mr. Ille Hawaii I'romotl.m commute ra. """C i"ii i"f luet.iay on
'.-A ' liarracli .Monday 'evening. Siiitannif booth nt tho Atlantic, Cl'y board walk tHe-l.ur'.Ino; prior to her departure.
-.vt. :,.:. -. ". i,..,., in ni rii.ir.Mhls summer. One of tho conditions she waS the guest of Mr. and Mrs,
nctpra of-"Maebtb" was a lino' test 'mi which the club was cugagl was.'to f Cllv
,6'r the artist' but ho met It nnd wuii,Mug''dud play only Hawaiian music. Voile-
e p,ijrlos, nl tnelr.
Nuu a n it
Information" has been received of a1
veiy palnfuljiccldelit which befel Mrs.
Wrlgbtson. wife of Lieutenant Wright-
son ot'Mhe.Twcntlclli Infantry, (J. S,
A. foriiicrl'Rta'.loned at Kurt Shatter,
but nov at ,AIiihJ)a. Mrs. Wrlghtsou
(neo Hardawny)) niece of Ihielar Mc
OreW, left with her husb.ind for Jla-I
nlln, whore ho. was ordered, soon after i
their marriage, which will be remem-i
bered a an elegant social event. The (
friends Mrs. Wrlghrson gilu d while
residing In Honolulu will be gbd tn
know that Iho Injuries sustained wl'd
not ie pennnneiii, nnu ni issi report
she was resting comfortably.
Mr, and Mr p. Hummewcll and the
hitter's mother, Mis, Neson, nfler
a month's stay in Honolulu, Ic'rt for
their homo In Ilorttou, Tuesday, Jon
tle-steamer' l.urllne. Mrs. Nielsen's
youngest daughter married lleglnald
Vaiidcrbllt,,of New York. Mrs. Nlcl-
ton is a sister of rrcddlo Ocbhardt,
of New York. The.cntlro party were
charmed with Hie Islands, nnd plan
to vlclt Honolulu next winter. Dur
ing thejr sojourn hern, they were
the Incentive for much entertaining
among the smart set,
Msaliall Darracli who has held his
audiences spellbound by his rendition
of the Shakespeare's choicest dramatic
works left on Tuesday. April 12th, o.i
tho Klnnit, for the Island of Kauil.
where he will he the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Hen llaldwln. He will
glvo tho residents of Kauai the rjiro
pleasure ot hearing him recltei Upon
Mr. Harrach's r'etnrn to Honolulu his
stay will ho brief as he contemplates
leaving for the Orient, and nlso to
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Craig have an
nounced the Hiigagein. nt of onp of
their nttractivo daughters, Miss Kdnti
MnvJo Mr."I"rank Uciinetl of I'lnole,
Cnllfornfa. Miss Craig lthe daughter
of tho well known architect and build
er of Honolulu. She was a student
at Stanford University, nnd recently
has visited In different parts of tbu
States, where she has nuiilo nrmy
friends, who Join the fi lends nf her
childhood hero in wishing her every
joy and happiness
On Sunday thurfl was the usual turn
out of motors for llalclwa. tho roads
being In good condition. Many were
entertaining tourist and friends.
Frank Thompson had a large party In
two cars and Ci P. Morso had a few
friends along. Inter going oiy nroiiml
by tho Pall, being Joined by tho llel
sera, who had been Btaylng at the ho
tel. Governor Frenr and family took
the rundown, nlsiVjinigo Whitney and
friends?' It wasfa. delightful day In
the country. '
General McClellun and his family,
nro devoted to Honolulu, but the
former's health has not been ot the
best for the past three months. Tho
Mls:cs McClellnn, two daughters of
the General ore two of the most at
tractive girls that 'liavo 'over visit
ed In the Islands, nndlt Is 'needless
to say that tholr departure will make
a void In tho social circles of Ho
' ',' .
The Wednesday Morning Musical
Club mot last Wednesday nt Central
Union Church. The session was nn
open meeting, which means Hint each
guest was entitled to Invito three ot
her friends, it was n sacred program.
Mr. Vincent, n finished pianist, ren
dered ccveral illfllciilt numbers, which
weio enjoyed 'by the club and their
gue3ts, an'd were applauded and en
A cnblo hns been- received" that
Mrs. Charles Klston of llerlioley,
C.il., will nrrlve In Honolulu, next
Monday on the Siberia', Judge Hart,
the father of Mrs. Blston, Is not en
joying tho best of 'health, bo Mrs.
Blstou .has decided to spend a por
tion ot the summer mnnths- here,
Mr. lOhlon and their children will
remain In California.
Sirs. Krntik McStocker was the
hostess at an informal thimble par.
ty, given at her heaiitlful, home on
I.uiinlllo street, Monday afternoon,
In honor of Mrs. Castuer, wife of
Captain Cmtnei, V. S.-A. The affair
cvas In the unturo of a farewell to
tho guest of hmor. About fifteen
women were'preseut, all warm per
sonal friends of Mrs. Castnc
Mm. Vlcter Collins, wlfo of Doctor
Collins of this city, left on ttio Man
churia for San Francisco, Cal., where
sbo will ho thq guest of Mr, und Mis.
C. Paul Haag for a month. Later
Mrs. Collins will visit Mrs. Hough In
Stockton, Cal. nnd llicu will Journey
to Chicago'. III., whero Vdio will visit
Doctor Collins' sister. .
Mrs. John Hornbcrgor, wife of
Paymaster Horiiberger outortnlncd nt
tea, Saturday, nt her homo on Oroen
Street, lir honor of Mrs. Cast ner,
wife of Cap'al'i Castner, l). B. A.,
nnd hor sister, Mrs, llllss. Tho for
mer "left on (the transport Sheridan
for San Francisco.
Mr. nnd Mr- James Wakefield nre
.guests of tho Pah'co Hotel, San Fran
clico, and are en ronto to England,
whero they w(ll visit for an Indefinite
' It is an absolutely pure distillation of malted,' grain, gnat care lis-
ing iited to have every kernel thoroughly malted .thiis,- destroying tho
' germ and prsduc.'nj a prcdigested liquid food in tlieforjn of a r-cii-
cinai whisky; softened by warmth nnd moisture, its pn'.atnbility nnd
ficJdom from injar.'ous substances render it so that 'it can' be rejoined
by the mest sensitive stomach. . s , ;
It is a gentle, invigorating stimulant nnd tcnic.
- What Does It Do?
It builds up the r.crvj tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to
the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the
blood, It brings into action all the vital forces; it makes digestion
Itrfect and enables you to get from the food yoa cat all the nourish,
nent it ccntains.
It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly
chillren. It strengthens and sustains the system, is a promoter of good
health and longevity, makes the old young and keeps the young strong.
It cures nervousness, typhoid, malaria, every form of stomach
trouble, diseases of the throat and lungs,' and is recognized as a medi
cine by doctors of all schools.
Thousands of letters have been received from men and women in
all walks of life, many from thore nearly 100 years old, extolling the
virtues of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as the world's greatest medicine.
liffiiiiiineiiiaVaUfc X'HS tfM
EEWAHE of imiia
""tions and substitutes..
They are positively
harmful and ore said
for profit only by un
lock for the trau
rnnrl:. the "Old (Jhcm
jst," on the hbsl, and
be certain the seal
over the cork is un
broken. Doctor's 'advice and
medical booklet free.
Rochester, N, Y.,
U. S. A.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
tho money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UCOICING CO., St. Louu, U S. A,
I.teiiiinniit A. I. Jnmes ot tho Rth
Cavalry wis In town Tuesday and a'
tendedJho Army hop that wis given
m thai evening at the Moana Hotel
In honor of the Dili Infantry. I.t.
James luil n number ot personal
frlcqds In this regimen.
Paymi:t.tcr and Mrs. Horiiberger
entertained Informally at dinner,
Wcdnekda evening, at their attrac
tive home on (Ircen street. The- tn
blo was ornamented in- while and
green. After dinner, the host and
hcsless nn I their friends enjoyed the
absorbing game ot brldgj.
Mr. and Mrs, (ieorge Aligns will
leave for tho Coast on the 27th ot
this mouth, Mr. and Mrs. Angus
will go direct to N'ew "York. The)
former h combining plcaeuro with
business. They will mil for Kuropo
sometimes in June,
Mr. nnd Mrs. leorgo V. It. King,
who have been living for the past
il.o years at tho Alexnndcr Young
Hotel, have Jakcn cx-Oovernor Clog-
ham's bench homo, at Walhlkl, (pi
ths summer months. i
Mrs, Gmll Waterman land child
will leave for San Frunclsco on tho
ilhelmlnn which will rr.ll from tills
P"rt prll 2"th. Mn. Waterman
w -II visit her husband's- people' In
Mr, Itobert llond, entertained
Tuesday cxcnlng nt hla artistic new
home InMnuoa Valley,. In honpr Of' f'l'j'diclr.co and will leave shortly to
Mrs. Francis Ony. of Kauai.- Tlio, ieiuinio their Journey In Kuropo.
affair was a dl.nier, Ihe docora.thms'j ' " '
Weio roses and maidenhair' ferns., " "Doctor and Mrs. Vnlter Hoftni-itm
-i ' '.'., , I rvnitned from a most enjoyable Visit
Deep regret will he fet'.'bi". ithe' tiiiWns.Ul'iidir on tho island of Kau.il,
nutne Liu fiends of Ocpenu...i(id Sunday, April lOlh.
Mis. MtClellim, over, tl'ielr. i(eclslo-ti' '"' "
that they will leave here oil "the " Miss' Oraco Cooke, v
Mongolia, Mny 7th. (n make their
homo on the mainland. t it
Mr. nn'it Mrs. Frank Atlic'rtoii'liaVo;f""f)Additional Social on Page 10.)
round u pleasant numo for ine summer l
at l.os Jtlatoa, California where they
will remain until they resume thflr
travels In the fall of thu year,
Colonel nnd Mrs, Walciltt of the
Sth Cavalry, spent Monday and
Tuesday In town, during their so
journ in Honolulu, they 'stopped at
tho Alexunder. Young Hotel..., ., :if
Tf W ... .
HI leavo the
last' of this mril.th for tho Coast i to
he' nWnt n number nf mouths.
'A' DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Every lndy who desires to keep 'up
loV atlractlvo apparance, while at
the Theater, attending Kcccpllons,
when shopping, while traveling nnd
on all occasions should carry in her
purse n booklet of Qoaraud's O'rien
,tal Beauty Leaves. This Js n dainty
JUleljooklet of exquisitely perfumed
Mrs. Frederick Jl. Angus will, leave' powdered leaves which ore easily re-
April 27th on the Wllhelnilna 'to,jipved and npplled to tho skin. It Is
visit her mother, 'rs. - loyeht in 'invalunble whon the fuco becomes
Sacramento, Cal, , ,v ,..:. .i ' lj iiolst and flushed and Is far superior
..,, " .. '. i l'o a powder puff, as jt does not spill
, vhocal society ts much . iwnccrnwl.A". K0" to clothes,
lover tho coming vnuaey.!Uu!Knt,erltifl!ij.v. Il removes dirt. soot, nnd greaie
1 mi-nt at tho Uinjdr.c the,Vr .uu,.bi;;f.om the face, imparting u cool, del
evening ot the 2lth.'' , ;iJ," .'. . . ' Lirnte bloom to the tomploxlnu. Sent
'". .j : .'janyyvberc on rarelpt of Five Cents y
The new tennis cjmr. at HVRlwi'.fii. ii stamps or coin.
very popular with the boya from ya,-.tFi. T Hopkins, 37 Great Jones-St.,
Blui plantation, though tho golf, .links., .. ., jjsw York,
nro by no means deserted, , ,; , i " I, " . ' '
! f jgH editorial rooms 250 butU
Mr. and Mrs, William llqwen, h.uy9,'jiess olfice, The are the te(ephMe
hCw'ii guestsof the Hotel Stewart. (it :SU I numbers of the-C u 1 1 e f I n office.
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