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CVnNINO DUIXnTIN, HONOLULU, T. II, SVITUDAY APR "0 1910
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We have on hand
At All Times
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
Mrs. Waller Leavllt Cmory's Tea.
bon-bon dish. The next meet (if the
The ten at which Mrc. Walter Lonvltt, Club will bo with Mix. Clmii.er, win
Kmory was hostess Wednesday aftcr-lls making her homo nl the Young
noon, given In honor of Mm t), II Hotel. On Wednesday llio following
ilerrlam, uii Mlfrt Mcrrlnni, was onu ladleu were present, Mm. Pardee, Mrs
if the mint beautiful uml elaborate nf- Moore, Mrs. Williams, Mrs, Horn'
fairs that has been given this spring. I berger, Mrs. Marlx, Mrs. Chnlker,
rhu drawing room where tho receiving Mrs. Shendy, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs
inrty stood was decorated In Bpldor Ward, Mrs. llnmsey, Mrs r.ills, Mrs
111 tc s. RtcplnnollH, paltni nnd bamboo ' Will ox, Mrs. Winter, Mis, Turner
Mrs.- Hmoiy looked charmtriK In n and Mis. Smith,
New York creation cf lavendar; Mrs.,
Merrlam was clad In n laco robe; Miss Miss Rhodes' Luncheon.
Morrlnm woro nn oxqiilsllo hand mada! ihu lui.cheon Riven by Mis:
lingerie gown. Mrs. Clarissa lloede-l Ada Ilhodcs In honor of Miss Chnrle
fold served punch 'midst u bower form-j 12lston, was an enjoyable aftalr. The
d of bamboo. Mrs. Angus and Mrs.ltnblo was decorated In gorgeous pink
Ilcmonwny poured tea In the attract- (lowers, which resemble somewhai
lo dining room. Mrs. Owen, Miss the wlllwlll flower. Tho placo cards
II j croft, Mrs. William Adams, Miss were artistic and handsome nnd
Pierce. Mrs. t'red Stcuro. Mrs I.orrlnwere tied with bows of pink sal In
Thurston nnd Mrs. Nowcl assisted In ribbon Luncheon was served nt onu
lie entertainment of the guests, who 0 clock. After this repast, the guests
numbered over ono hundred and fifty, adjourned to the draw lng room w here
Tho day was Ideal for an entertain-., .n oxcelletit music was listened to
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Every Member of the Fanjily
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(ING OF ALL
WILL HOLD THE BLADE OF ANY
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HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
HAAS CANDIES HAVE ARRIVED
nent and cry few logretB wcro re
ceived by thin charming hostess. Tho
following guests wero present: Mrs.
W. V. Krcar, Mr. S. U. Dole, Mr8. H.
II. Ilestnrlck, Mlsa Restarlck, Mrs. U.
,V. I'ardeo, Mis. Dllzahctb. Church
Mrs. It. A. Punlco, tho MUies Pardee,
MrB. Potwlne, Ming 1'otwlne, Mrs.
Ullss, Mm. K. S. Uarry. Mrs.
Krnest Wnlorhouso, Mrs. M. Macln
tjro, Miss Had ley, Mrs. Stangcnuald,
iiirnt M. J. Davis, Mm. Chas. Iloolh,
Mm. Umliio A. Thuiston, MrB. A. W.
Pleraon, MrH. Plmtnco Ilodgo, Mm
C. A. Stoblo. Mth. Alfied OwCn, Mis
C. Q. Owtn Mra. H. 0. I.:ington, Minn
I-ington, Mrs. 0. V. (1. KUiB, Mrs. K.
i. Ulcere, Mrs. Hour Merger, Mm. J
M. McCheBiicy. Mr. II. u. Btanley
.lrB. Wm Wlllclna. .Mrs. Hill, Miss
Joidior, Mrs'. Charlotte Hall, Mm. Alan
Douglas Mrs. Wm. M Uralinm, .mm,
Tinker, the Misses Tinker. Mrs. It. It.
tlcdford, Mta. 'lenney Pick, mm. ah
mi. MIbb Myru Angus. Mm. S. II
llnrvcy, Mrs. 1'atctw, Mlis I.uulsn t.u-
oas. lira. u. w. uai.iwin, ansa wnir
Mrs 0. II. Hosnier. Mrs. John 8. Mc
Irew. MIbb Muthcr, MrB. J. Q. l'rntt,
Ml8 Catton, Mrs. Franklin Hint, Mra.
iank K. uay, Mia joshio ai, irwin
Mrs. C. B. Cooper Mrs. 1'iangcl, Mrs
rJIIca A. Thorn Ml Armstrong, Mrs
Docdcfeld, Mra. A. N. Camiibell, Mra
Japwell, Mrs. Win. Mntcli .Mm. Hobt.
croft. Mis. Cllvo Davles, Mrs. Ale.
Lindsay, Mrs. Waulns.
'Isnlc Puriy at Walalie,
Mrs. IienJcB nas the complimented
nest at n luncheon nhlch was given
ly Mra. Herman Tocko nt tho Mott
smith homo at wnlalao. This was
quite a large nffalr.' Covers wcro laid
for thirty-two. Moat of tho guests
ero girlhood friends of tho gne.it of
honor. Tho party motored to this
le.iiitltul spot In lime for luncheon,
vhlcli was scned nt n long iloucr be
decked tablo. After luncheon several
rubbers of bridge wero enjoyej,
Vmong thoze present wero Mrs,
Ilenjcs, Mrs. J. MoiMnrrnt, Mrs. J. S
vValker, Mrs. I'. A. Schacfer, Mra.
"innclK Ouy of Knu.il, Mrs. K. Knxon
Ulshop, Mrs. Ardrew Fuller, Mrs.
Charles Ilrjant Cooper, Mrs. Eilward
Tenney, Mrs. Charles Hlnon of ner
keley, Cat , Mrs. Carl HoIIoway, Mr.
KrncBt Mott Smith, Mrs. Qcorgo Her
bert, Mrs. Alonzo Hartley, Mrs. Ooorgo
Ilodlek, Mrs. Qcorgo Totter, Mrs. Trcd
Ikk Kleliahn, Mlns Margnret Walker
Mlas Helen Alexander, Miss Agnes
'.Vnlkir, nnd others.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson's Dinner.
Mr..and Mrs. Edward Wataou enter
tallied Saturday evening nt their
lome on the cornor of Qreon and
Thurston auniue. Covers wero laid for
in. The color schenio for the dec
orations wero jellow coreopsis nr
tlstlcally arranged, combined with floe
nulilen hair fern. Dainty placo cards,
decorated with Japanese scenes, des
Ignnted the places. Among those pres
ent wero Mr. and Mrs. Clinton 0. Bnl
lentyno, Doctor and Mrs. C, D. Wood.
Mr. and Mrs, M. r, I'roBser, mim
Thntchcr of Cnllfornliund Muutenant
Mrs. Harold Castle's Tea.
Mrs. Harold Castle entertained In
formally Thurtd ty afternoon at tho
beach In honor of Mian Josephine and
It, li an absolutely pure1 distillation, of raalleJ E"in. CJat 'are wl
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iiir; uscJ to hate every kernel tkoroot'hly 'inaltcJ, thug 'destroying- the;
germ and predaiij a preJigcsttd liquid food in lbs forn ol e. r. eJt-
cmai whisky; softened by warmth nnd noisturc, its palatnbility and
ftc:dotit fioni irijur.'ojs substnncu render it so tl.nt it can be lnlned'i
by Ihe rawt sensitive stcmaciij
It is a gentle, invigorating sli umlaut and lem.c.
What Does It Do? . I
Those who were luvllcd to meet Mrs.
Alston were: Mrs. Harey Murray,
Mrs. Trederlck Damon, Mrs, Krnn
els Ony of Knual, Mrs, Henry Afong,
Mrs. James Dougherty, Mls lrcn
IMxou, ?Irs. Jack Hatch mid Mrs.
Hcrjse Party on Tantalus.
Mrs. Ernoat Wnterhoiiho Is giving
u week-etnl party on Tantalus In
honor of her brother, Mr. Ilnriltng
ttlm Is visiting her. The party will
' glvcntit Mr. nnd Mrs, John Wn
terhouse'8 beautiful mountain home.
This cotorlo of Jniing peoplo will
'cave town this afternoon a little
ifter three o'clock nnd drive up the
mountain side. Anumg thoso Includ
cd In the party will bo Doctor and
Mrs. Jnmei Judd. their Jiouse guent,
MIbs Chrlstmnu, Mrs. Clarissa Iloede
fold, Major Hart, U. S. A , and otti
p's The party will return to town
Di""-r nH Anto Partv.
I'rlor to their departure on mo wu-
iiOnilni for their home In Mlnnci.
rolls, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Penv
entertained at dinner Tuesday even
Iiib ntlie Moana Hotel. The color
jchome for the dinner was ncarlo
und green. A delicious repast '
orvod nt 7:30. After dinner the cn
lie part motorejl to Moanalua nnd
he I'nll by moanllcht.
From Sara can Islands to Eurocc.
Tho popular Jnmes Wilder nrrlod
In Honolulu from tho Samoan Islands
Monday on the steamer Mnkura nnd
Silled Wednesday morning on the
Wllhelmlna en route for Kurone.
Mrs. Wilder did not nccompiny her
husband u the South Sens, but sail
ed with him Wednesday for Kuropo
During Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlldor's nl)
sence, the tatter's mother, Mrs. Hnrn
len will live at their Walklkl real
lenie and superintend the chnrgc ot
the children. This favorite couple
will remain on tho European con
tlnont for nearly n jear, nnd will bo
greatly missed by their numerous
irtends in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Prosier wll
give on Informal swimming party nt
tho beach this afternoon (to bo fol
lowed by a dinner, comiillmentnry to
Miss Kva I.lndemuuii who Is visiting
hor brother nnd sister on Young
Mr Er"est Wnterhouse's Luncheon.
Mrs. urnesl waterhouse ciuertain
ed lit luncheon, Tuesday, In honor ul
hor brother and Mr. Jack Mockln
non. The. table was exquisitely dee
orated In roses and lolota.
Letters have been received from
Mr. nnd Mrs William Doble of San
Fruncljco. Ihey nre so charmed
with the Islands that they hope to
return next winter. During their bo
Journ of two months' at the Moau.i
Hotel, this popular couple were ex
tenslvoly entertained by their mini
erous friends In Honolulu,
Dinner at Pacific Club.
Mr. nnd Mrs. ,1,. Tenney Peck en
tortalned nt dli.uer nt the Patlllu
Club, oil Kildny evening, that even
ing hnving been set iisldo ns "Ladles'
It builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives pa.er to
he brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles uid richness to the
locd. It brings , into action all the vital forces; it makes digestion
erfect f.nd enables you to get from the food you eit nil the nourish,
lent it contains.
ft is invaluable for overworked men, dclicotc woir.en and sickly
hildren. It strengthens and sustains the system, is'a promoter of good
.calth and longevity, makes the old young nnd keeps the young strong.
It cures nervousness, typhoid, malaria, every form of stomach
rouble, diseases of the throat nnd lungs, and is rcccgnizcd as n medi
ine by doctors of all schools.
Thousands of letters have been received from men and women in
ill walks of life, many from thotc nearly 100 jcrrs old, extolling the
. 'rtucs of Duffy's Pure Malt Whisk y as the world's greatest medfeine.
EEWARE of imita
tions and substitutes.
They arc positively
harmful tind nre sold
for profit only by un
Look fr the trade
mark, the "Old Client,
ist," on the label, and
be certain the seal
over the cork is un
broken. Doctor's advice and
medical booklet free.
Rochrster, N. Y.,
U. S. A.
uttindid tho theatre, wllnexslng t li-
Wolf" which wn excellently run
'on'il by the Meltue Co lit the Op u
vord his been received tlint Mra.
.lex. tlllihrlst Hawes. Jr., nrrliiM
fe y IP Sin rrnnclscii und hud
'crsatit trip Oil the leauier Inn-
Cavc.rd wllli garlandi of lels, ilH
ean I'M Ur, left Wclnesday, on the
'.Vtlhclinlna to lslt relatives In Snli
"rau lsi.0. Many friends of this
oui g girl were nt the steamer tp
dd her gLodbjo, and to lcno tokens
f n flection, such ns bon-bons, boil-
liicls of flowers and books In hor
itntcroom to while nwayTho tedious
hours on board ship. Prior to her
lepiirturo. Miss Jean Center was In
l whirl of gaiety, many friends vjlng
ilth each other lb ontertnln her, for
his charming girl will be married
lu San Prnnclscn In July or August
Mrs. Center nnd the rcnnlndor ot
he family will leac Honoltiltt to
'(tend the wedding, as soon ns the
oung thlldreii have their summex
ncutlou. Miss Center Is cngiged to
Mr. Harold Pierce Danzig of Oswego,
S. Y. Mr. Danzig has a charming
icruoiiullty nnd tn.ikes frlci ils .wliero
tier !u goes. He Is handsome l)t
online, Is a perfect athlete pojsest
ug a ct mniiintllng presenco being
over six feet (nil, nud rutnes from n
ery piomliicnl family in New York. J
Jle mot his fate several jears ago.
an liU way tu Jnpnn. On tho return
Mil ho stopped over In Honolulu,
mil wcoed and won thU linndsoi.ie
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Among tho nunib"r of p.ihnengers
sailing for tho Coast on tho stonim r
Sierra April' 27th wero Allen Herlu.'t
and .Mrs, Herbert, who will visit In
Ihe State of California for soma Urn ,
Mrs, Tom Wnll nnd child ilepartcd
for the mainland April 27th, whom
they will spend eoiiio time.
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Our Window display will Interest . Sfe
You t Mz
uu. tinn Mrf'lelinn who will iloimrti Night." Tho dinner wob mi extreme
f,n Mnv 7ih for Onllfornla. on tho ly enjoyable nffalr. The following
ilm., Mnnirnlln. Tills ten WAS of nfi KlieBts onjojed Ml und Mrs, Pojlt's
infnrm.ii tmtiiro niinut iwrIvh ounc hOBiiltullty ? Mr, and Mrs. M. 1'
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Iris being prcsonf.. Dainty refresh
ments wefo nerioil, und a plousant
hour of ejdt-chat was -Bponl around
the tea taUTer which was gracefully
niosldcd inor -by tho young hostess.
Aiuongy thoae present were Mrs. Har
old Cantlo, Miss Josophlno McClolhin
Miss Irono Klshor, Miss Iloso McCleb
Ian. MrB. duatavo Schaefor, MIbs Mai-
garet Castlo, Miss Vera Damon, Mies
Jtsslo Kennedy, and otliors
Crviri Ttridfre Hlnb.
At her pretty homo ot Walklkl,
the Service Ilrldge Club mot with
Mrs. Prank Itoha'rd, wife of Captain
Ilobnrd,' U, 8. M. C. At this meeting
sixteen ladles were prosent. After a
delightful afternoon devoted to this
fiiEcluatlng giuiio two pmes
awarded to those iiossesslng tho
highest score. Mrs. Vnrd, wife of
l.leutwiiaiit Ward of tho engineer
Corps nt Port Do Hussy, won tho
first, on artistic basket, filled with
ulnlc oleanders. Mrs. Turner, wife
1'rcrser, Miss Thatcher and Mr. Hills
of Chicago, III.
To Wed in the Navy.
Miss Lithe! Moiuanat of Honolulu
w 1 leave on tho Wilheliultm the
Inst of Juno, and be married to I-t
William dunning Powers, about tho
U tli of July, This handsome couple
will bo married ut Mare Island in
8t, Peter's Chapel. MIsa'Mnnsarrat'i
mother, Mrs. Dave, wll meet her In
San Prnntliiiii. The wedding will bo
distinctly n Nuvy affair. The best
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man and miners win uu uroiuer om
cers uf the groom, A prominent
oung Navy woninii will act as inn
tron of honor, nil the ushers have not
boon ilioseu, but owing to thepopu
woro'lii'lty of this )oung couple, the ser
Mm people aro tiiKing a uesm in
teiesl In tho nftulr.
Dinner and Theatre Party,
Mr nnd MrB. Cornelius Hard and
Mr. nobort Hond entortulned nt dln
if iiBuienntit Turner of Fort Riigev ner Monday eenlng for a party of
was awarded the becond, a handsome ten frlouds. After dinner the party
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parlor is ths
latest rceve in the un
dertaking line, where
fcmlllcs can be accom
modated with slewing
kitchen and bathroom.
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34 Chaplain Lane, opp. Catholic Sisters
PhnnP 170 IMllt 0 4
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