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EVENING nULLRTIN, HONOLULU. T H.BATUnn'Y, IENE 1R, 1910.
BUSINESS WOMAN OF MELBOURNE
Had a Dry Hacking Cough, Doctors Failed to Cure. Took Ptm
and Got Well.
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Mr. L. E. Trontd.y. proprietor of thoire:it Unknown Prlvato Dctoctlvo
Agency, 175 William ilrl, MellKrtirno, Vl( torh (Analriilli), writes:
"lr over three years I autiered with a dry, lacking cough, and firmed to
"Alth'iugh 1 consulted doctors and also Joined two lodgea, 1 eotild gel
"At nighttime It was linpoMlhlo to got any sloop, I wnn con'tanlly call
In: nt clicmUtH' fliom and Ht-tUng draulit wlili li only Kavo mo relief for a
i nuploof liniui .
"Hut 1 run ImuMllj iiv, since mlnz I'eruna I have been restored In
perfect lictlth, ami will lwi rtwiuiiuviul It to llio 1 lomo In rontail
lnapotnprlpl, MrsTrenfky iildn: "lama woll-Unown InnlnpM woman
with at li Hi a tlionpind rllinlHcm uiy linok,nnd tlio inajoilty know lm
1 Miffornl. In fart, It vtui one of my clients wlio recommended I'eruna
A .lr.. fif lit rr rniitrh In Vttlltrn'a dull I
II liidlcnteii that there In nomo dicp
rated point of Irritation within tho
larynx or lironrhhl tuhof. '
It la frequently thodrt manifestation
of tuliorculoid. ItlnBoinctltnc,a an In
dication of organic dlieaao of the heart.
Innldloua bronrhltla la toon brought
on by a dry, hacking cough.
Huch a ay mptom ahoultl not bo Ignored.
Ordinary cough medlclaet da" not re'
lleve Much a cough.
U require aomo medicine that gooa
W the root of tho matter.
Why the Royal Hawaiian Opera House launches will cmncy Iho suesta to the
V. HI Be Open All Summer. Mjrllo Ilont Club House This house
"If thu hnsobnl! Krounds can draw poaacsseB n linn ilnnclng floor. This
tltuiiMiiiiilM of pcoplo who nro n tiling to nltmctlvo c'ub house has been dec
w itth tho gamo In thp sun for throe orated for tho occasion. A stringed
houm." K.tjt Mr. Mcltac, "surely It Is orchestra will Mrnlsh tho music,
iioselble lo enjoy a two and n half Anlran ihiiKx im-Kenl will bn Mr. and
hour iierfcrrmnncu fit n cool thoitro Mrs. Italnh Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. 'this her homo prior to her marriage.
well rntllalcd ami comfortable. An- Ilurd, Miss Dcaa, Miss niiiina I.joni, Therc'la somrtblng inrtlciilarly pleas
olbtr Interesting feature of our sum. Mr. .ln. nrnrkcit. Miss Parsons.! Inc In tho return of a friend after nn I
incr theatre and one that
most successful In nil of Hi
cities of tho United States Is my rho Merrill Mis Miller. .Miss Cnnslanco one of cordial reception. Most of tho
hlns She has heard much that was
flno In mui-lo and comes homo mil
of enthusiasm for her work. Miss
Wlnne was alwns deeply Interosled In
her work before ahe ent to (ho
coast, and the remembrance of thai
work has opened to her many posi
tions out of which she selected the
fclrls echool In Manna.
Mrs. .Smlthers' Luncheon.
Mrs. Oeorgo Smlthers entortn'm-d
nt luncheon Friday In nonor of Mrs.
Vos, who was ono of this week's or
lhals from Now York, Mrs Vos was
formerly a Honolulu girl and made
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
FOIITY YEARS A0 utmost every mother Ihoughtlicr child munt Imvn
lnroorlc or laudanum to male-It sleep. TlTcsodrugS will produce, sleep,
ml fvr,tr trilllM inn tnnliv will nrodllen Hin filnnn f"nM. rt.ll. if...... 1
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nns liccn Miss Nellson, Jllss Mollle Oracc Mlssnii'enre cxienuing over iiiimy unmum, owntnsf. Many nro tlio children who hnvo been killed or whoso heiiltli lun
ljf.ll . .. . ... ... ..t- a .1 I.I. trin (linalntl HII4 . . . . ... a .-
c ii-iiiiiiiK eailie Aicucnn, buss i-canoiij, nuns una inu biuiii " w0... ...... j,ccnrutncU fi
clnl nrinngements for theatre parlies.
'I liin Just completed nrrttigs
me'its with the leading play brokers
of New York for such lavish produc
tl ns as "Dorothy Velnun at lUtldon
Hill," whkh wo will piesent In thu
nu.ir fiitmi coslumo play alter tho
style of "When Knighthood Was In
rower" but much more Intense, and
rnleitnlnlng. Also. "The Clnntltlcer,"
"Tho Devil" n plaj that fcry so
c!et wnintn must see "Tho I'll,"
"Merely Mary Ann " "The Virginian,"
"The lleirl of Mnrjland," "Tho Mil
sit; Master." In fact all of the latest
nn.l mnst entertaining Now York suc
Slninron. Mrs. 0 Cl 8cott, Mrs. IUn
tlcrrnh. Miss McCormlck. Miss Under
wood and Messts. Irving Ilurd, C. I).
Weight, Ilnscoo Perkins, flco. Hum
phrey, Mr druen Jim Crockett, Davlo
Ciockett, (leo lnistard, l.co 8clnwa
llrh, Krank Howe, (leo. Henderson,
Capt. Miller, Meilo Johiisurs O. C.
Scott, Hud Deas Hurt Donaldson,
Ch.ulny Simpson. I-ouls Underwood,
Tommy ttr.ij, Mr Sinclair, Mr. Mac
nu'ny, Ilalph Johnson.
Mrs. Cooper a Tea.
Mrs. Charles Cooper entertained on
Wedncsdaj afternoon at tea In honor
,of Mrs. mid Miss Orny of l.os An
geles. The house throughout was be'
Mrs. Tcnnoy's Luncheon. decked with p-insles and mnldenliair
The illnlne room was iixui ant bnd ftrn. The Piulc Horn wnicn ino
euests who assembled at Mrs. Smlth
ers' to meet the returitel traveler
were close friends, and the nffalr was
all the more delightful on that nc-1
counti Cmfcis woro laid for twulvo.
Tho co'or scheme was scarjet.
"Mrs. Schaefer'a Luncheon.
MIs Wlllielmlna Tcnnoy was tho
complimented guest nt the luncheon
which was given Wednesday bv Mrs
Gustav Schaefer at her homo mi
Thurston Avo. Pink roues wrro used
In profusion on the artistically nr
ranged table. Prcttv place cards
ornamented In conventional designs
wore. used. Alter luncheon Iho guests
and their hostess played bridge,
Among those present were Mrs, Otis
iiv Srhnefcr. Miss Wllhelmlnu Ten-
blight with orchids when Mrs. Edwanl coffee and ten were served was also nnv Ml-'s l. si jienjes, ins Y'""1
Tcnnoy entertained on Thursday In oinamuiled with pansles. Mrs. John Makcc, Miss Jesslo Kennedy and Mrs.
mother or tnc
A tough of this kind generally In
dicate SMiiKiratirrhal derniigcmetit of
thu mucous iiK'uihranu lining tho larynx
or bronrhlal tubes.
This catarrhal derangement la a fore
runner of eonw graver ailment.
A medlclno that will cheek, or mill
gato thocitarrh will atop tho cough.
Medicines that simply dull tlio scnl
tlrcucss of tlio ncrvoiia system and quiet
Iho cough by tholrredatlvo effect, such
medicines do no laiitlng good.
Peruna relict cs the catanh. The ca
tarrh being riniiovid, the tough ceases.
'lhUlsthu way every cough should
The following- wholesale drup;t;:ss will supply the retail trade:
BENSON, SMITH & CO , Hpnolulu . Hawaii.
'THE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
l PARLOR is ths latest move in the
undertaking line, jChere families can be
accommodated w-th sleeping quarters, dining
room, kitchen and ba,hrpom. Call and in
,spec 34 Chaplain Lane.
MHimH iiiiiiiHMMyaMeutt lllmiMalisMI
forlifo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of wlih.li Ian
narcotic product of opium. Drirgglsts aro prohibited from selling cither of tlio
narcotics nnmed lo cliUdrnn nt all, or to anybody, without labeling llient
"poison." Tho definition of "narcotlo" Is: " A medicine which relieve patn
amlyroilucet tlcep, but vhhh in jioUanoui doses jinxtitccT ttiqmr, coma, convnU
t!ont and tlcath." Tho lostiianil snull of medicines containing opium am ills- i
gulscd, and sold under Iho names of "Ilrops," "Cordials," "Soothing Bynips,"
etc. You should not permit any fnmliclno to bo given to your children without
yon or your iilryshtan know of what H Is composed, t'ustorla docs not con
"IIt frrqnfrll prrwrllied Caplnrla fer com
non allmcnU of child m Xili rnml rotiliN "
W. A. CsAjiDiii, M. D ,
Ilbffilo, . Y,
JF , . ZZj --- Bnrnnlcc(5cini
II. E. Silva's Up-to-Date Tancrnl Parlors
aaKLflksnt! amawltiV nJNHavaH ' ilaa!
aMaaieflHIV ' 'Hrw -r'KCvv-'HaH jjwLCt
Miss Margaret Cnstlo nnd Miss Walk
Mrs. Soper'a Luncheon,
Mrs. l IL Day, Mrs. Rcnjes, Mrs.
Klmlnll, Miss Hlsa Ilenjes and Miss
Helen Klmhill were the compliment,
cil guests nt n luncheon which was
given by Mrs. Sopcr at her homo o'l
J.imalllo nnd Keoaumokii strcctB Tues
diy. This whs ono of the prettiest
nffulrs of the season, Tho largo clr
cular table at which tho pirty wero
soatoJ was covered with handsome
dollldS of Cluii lacf. A largo cut
glass vain was plrcd In Iho centor
of the table In whhb were arranged
golden rhovvcr. (Iraceful fprayB of
this Mower wcro scaltcred over the
t.ible. Ilniilpjlnted placq cuds onia
mented with golden shower and tied
with yellow satin ribbon Indicated tho
places of the gutsta. After luncheon
n number or tho guests' contributed to
a.i Informal musical progiam. which
was enjoyable." Anions those present
were Mrs. Sopcr, Mrs. llcnjos, Mrs.
V, It Dqy. Mrs Thomas King, Mrs
Kimball, Miss Hlsa Renjos. MIbb Hel
en Klmhill, Mrs. Andrew Tuller Mts.
Walter Hotfmsn, nnd Mrs. Jack Dow
sett,. NJIna Damon's Tea.
Yellow waa thosen as tho color
scheme (or tho tea which was given
hjj Miss Vorn Damon Tuesday after
noon nt her home. In Moanalua. TIiIh
function was frpm i to 6 and wns giv
en In honor of her house guest, Mlsa
&. E Silvn's Fmbalmint: Iloom fs the hest- in fact, the only one
of its kind in this city and county with modern ideas pertaining to the
care of the dead.
M, E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors
34 CHAPLAIN LANE. 0"P OATUOLIC StSTEKS
Phone 170 Nipht inn
Mrs. Ivera' Luncheon,
Mrs. rtlchard Ivors' Jinnisomo homo
nip College Hills made n betting for a
chnrmlng luncheon party Thursday
afternoon Trailing Nastutlums form
ed n pleasing decoration for tho ntfalr.
Most of tho guests present aro en
thusiastic bridge players, and after
luncheon several hours wero devoted
to this pleasurablq pastime. Among
those who worn piesent, woro Mrs.
Hvdo Smith, Mrs. Harold Dillingham.
Mrs. Cnrrlo Jacobs Uond, Mrs. UdwarU
Tcnnoy, Mrs. K. Kaxon Illshop, Mrs.
Arthur Urokn. Mrs. Hermann Kocko
nnd Mlsa 'May Damon.
Mrs, Ktebahn'a Luncheon,
Mrs. l'-rcdcrlok Klcbahn was re
I II. I. n nP Ikn mnul siltlflf.
I.. Stanley gave a formal ,"""" 'r "' "" '" "" ; ""'
OU10 liuiciivuiin tit mil v-.. u. ...
fair was, given Thursday afternoon,
only members of the joungcr set bo
Ing Included, 'rink Duchess loses
lnrgo table at whim
Among Ihoso bid
den to iho affair wcro Mrs oiisinv
Schaefer. Mlsg Annie Oraham. Miss
nisa ItcnJes, Miss Edith Meier Miss
Dorothv Wood, MUs Irma Ilallcn
tyne. Miss Wllholmlna Tcnney, Miss
Ed.n Kopkc. Mss Ilosle Herlrn and
Miss Helen Alexander.
event on Social Calendar.
Thursday nvonlng thp.nieni'icrH of
the ratlflc Club will g vo a I.ndlcH'
Night" at their beautiful club houso.
This entertainment will bu In 'tlio na
ture of a dinner danpo'. Kormnl In
vitations will not ho Issued by tho
Club members but this affair wilt ho
conducted on the samo plan as It was
on tho previous Ladles' Night. Kach
member can Invito his own friends
to dinner and Join In tho danclns af
A new bridge club haa been org in
Unl. This club will meet ovcry other
Wednesdaj and tho membership will,
bo limited to sixteen, Tlio first nio-t
Ins of the club took Itlaco at Mrs.
Kn-deilck Damon's ou Vcdnesdny aft
ernoon of this week. Tl'ii playing b"
gan piomptly at half after two nnd
continued until flvn o'clock, when do
Melons refreshments wero nerved.
Mrs Carrlo Jacobs Uond will sail
on Jul) tth to resume her trip around
the wot Id, Mrs. Uond will Bpend six
weeks In Japan, will Journey from
there to Rt rrtersburg, and from that
city travel to ricrlln, Oermmy, where
this talented woman will tako apirt
montB with Madam Max Hulnrlch. Tlio
latter was born In Berlin. Mrs. nond
will vvlntrr In Qermanv and will ro
turn to Chicago late In tho spring
Mrs. llond has been the guest of Mro.
IMward Ttnney and has been tho In
centlvo for much entertainment dur
Ing her visit In theso Islands.
Boveral 1'asadcna, California, pee
plo will bo In Honolulu next week en
roulo to Hie Orient, whoro they will
tour Japan, Korea, China nnd Man
churia Thoso In the party will bo
Mr. and Mrs. J. E .McMorrlcs, Mrs.
Mary 0. Parsons, Mrs. C. W. Chrls
I tlan, Missus Jesslo Tarsons, Nolllo
Parsons, Cornelia Pursons, Ildrtha 15
honor of Mrs. Hide Smith of San Straver Mctlrew, the
KiuihIhco. Ilils entertainment was a hostess, served tea Mrs. Herman
midday nfTulr. The guests wore Kocko seived coffee. About fifty
seited nt n highly polished koa table, guests wero present, among them be-
Tho color scheme for the luncheon Ing Mrs Ornv, Miss dray, Mrs. Wal-
was lavender. Itnro orchids. In this bridge, Mrs John Straver McOrew,
hade were banked In tho center of Mrs T Cllvo Davles, Mrs, Herman
llio table. Ilroad lavender satin rib- Kocko. Mrs. Harry Lewis, Mrs. Vos,
bon was artistically c-ught hero nnd Mrs. Itenjes, Mrs Andrew Fuller, Mrs.
thero among tho orchids. Cut glass E. A. Jones. Mrs Arthur Tlcrg. Mrs.
vases containing sprajs of thoso flow- Archibald Young, Mrs P A. Schaefer,
cis vveic phced In Jii lingular lino Mrs. Prederlek Klch.ihn, Mrs. H, Pax-
mound the circular tnble. The'slrcani- on Illshop, Mrs William Adams, Miss
era from the center plcco were Inter-(Winston Mrs Hlclnrd Ivors, Madam
twined and placed with article Irrcg Kimball. Miss Helen Kimball, Mrs.
ularlty on the imltshcd surfnep of the Clifford 'Klmhill, Mrs. Sherman,
table. The )lace cards wcro emboss Madam Emory, Mrs Walter Emory,
ed In whltct roses, i After the repaBt Mrs. Hvdo Smith, Mrs. tlarom uiuing
the guests ndjournell to tho drawing ham, Mrs. Hardman, and others.
loom, where coffco was served This ,.
room wih adorned In vcllow orchids! Mrs. Stanley's Luncheon.
nnd maidenhair fern, loiter In tho Mrs.
afternoon Mrs. Allan Whlto nnd Mrs. i luncheon on Wednesday In honor of
Carrlo Jacobs Uond sang a number of her sister In law. Mrs, Claude Wat
selections which added groatl) json, who with her husband leaves for
I,, in., milnvmpnl nf tlih afternoon. I Ttltn fur thiilr fttliiroihoine noxe week.
A.n, .n 1a Tnnnm', filnntn wnrrt M Vtfntulitil n nBHiinin thn mnnnffp- . BdOmCU 100
Mr. Ilv.ln tinillli Mm. Itnrolil Dllllnir. I ment nf Ihn new Illln Hank under. t"nn was served
hnm. Mrs. Cnrrle Jacobs Donil, Mrs. J. n I shop & Co Other guests at tho
S. Walker, Mrs. E, Paxon DlBhop, Mrs, Stanleys Junchccn were Mrs. Sam
Herman Tocke. Mrs. Allan Whlto. Damon, Mrs. Andriw fuller, Mrs. Ilob-
ert I.ango. Mrs. J. O. Young, Mrs.
Walter Hoffman, Mrs. Charles lkkart,
Miss Howllngs, Lady Heron nnd Mrs.
Ecknrt, from San Francisco, who la
kart, fromSan Francisco, who Is the
tho guest of tho Charles Eckarts. Cov
ers were laid for twelve at an oh
long table, tho entire length of which
was covered with branches and blooms
from the copacoicas and u tiny place
card In tho snnio co'or was at each
table. Tho guests wero received on
the Walklkl lanal. After luncheon thu
Eiieis reiulreil lo tho drnw'ng room
which wns decorated with bowls oc
calla III lts and daisies. Mi's. Huff in in
graciously sang a few sougi mil Lad)
lleion served ten later on
Mrs Blsnop'a Luncheon.
Mi 8. E. Faxon Illshop entertained
Saturday- at luncheon. Tho table was
bedecked with exquisite La 1 ranee
ro3es. Thu place cauls wero delicate
I)"- tinted lu ilnk. with the tcfthand
corner ornamented with tiny nn.es
This affair waa a bildge luncheon
Directly after luncheon the all absorb
Ing gamo'of bridge was Indulged In,
and wbb used as an entertainment f-ir
tho guests for tho remainder of tho
afternoon. Among Mrs. E. Faxon
n I chop's guests wcro Mrs. Hyde
Smith, Mrs. Edward Tenney, Mrs. Car
rle Jncolmnond Mrs. Herman Pocko,
Mrs. Hurold Dillingham, Mrs Mill
ard Ivors and Miss Margaret Walker.
Mrs. Lamina's Card Party.
Mrs. Thcodoro Lansing gave a card
Ketrlor, Automobiles began to ar- ,,;,,, Krldny In honor of MrB Trnnk
live shortly afler four buJ 'b nticam McStocVer. This affair waa In tho na
of these coimyoncr-n cmllnued to ar- (ru 0( a farewell, as Mrs4 McStocker
rive lisarJns their fielght of fair fern- iPnvca on the Wllhelmlni for San
Inlnlty Mcst or the gueata were rranclsco. On this occasion tho first
)ouifg girls, nlthiniKh a fow young pT7e wnu won by MrB Jamea Dough
matrons werp Included In the lnvltn- Prty. ,n ,,rzo was a fancy b.ukel
tlonal Hat. On this occasion many nuP, Uth lloweis. Tho second prlre,
smart frocks wcro worn nrld tho girls n iook,f was awarded to MrB, Oat.
looked extremely well nnd pretty In Among those who enJei)od Mrs I.an
lingerie diors and shower hats. Mist ,nfctt jmspltallty wero Mrs. Prank
Vuiu Damon nnd her guest of honor Mcsiockcr. MrB Prank rtlchardson,
received In the largo drawing room, f(r5 Moirls arnasminn. Mrs. Wills
Thlb room was a bower of golden flow- j.ptorHon. Mis II II. Hiddford. MrH
ers. Afler paying their tespvets to iiIM,i aiffanU Mf- James Dongh-I
the hotess and Miss Ferrler tho er). m,m, oat. Mrs. Ousklo Schmidt
.gliosis weio ushered to the, vornnda, tjM ji., McStocker, Mrs. Frederick Foster, Nelyo Dickson, Ijulso Dlik-(
"At Ihfl father of thirteen chl drrn certainly
know rnmrtlilog about y mr grcnt millclna and,
alila fmm uty imn fini'ly cxr-trl-tirr, I liavc,lu
wy jrara of practice, fimn-t raalerla a popular and
efficient remedj In al-nost arery home."
Wm. J, MiCnins, VI n ,
O ual. Neb.
Children Cry for Flotchor's
"I (In I your Tantorla la wry beneflcM In the,
troatmeat of chllilicn'a allmrnu "
r. u.yii, jt. i) ,
"l ohjret lo what are, called patent meiticlnes,
nhera maker atore knoM a w hat alufl li nt In them,"
hut I know tha formula of four Caatrria and ad 11
llauMln prnpercntta. IJn tjolt tolwa yery aito-.
f ul, a well u liirmlcn family ncillclnc." '
x. 11. eucn, m. o ,
lirootljn, N. T. ,
in (MNf, It Muaair 41
Q. E. D
You get the beer that is
most generally preferred
THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
whdre refreehinj-nts wmu aerved at plnnn. Mrg Curtis. Mrs Sum Peck
sni'ill tables. These tabli-H'were also ! jIr8 aarte'nberg.
dccoiateil In ydlv, About sixty.
gim Is wcih iirtrmil, and everyiiiiu' (BH JoHM yinnti who has been In
spent mi exceeding!) plcaaaht aftei rjnkland at Mrs. Jenkliis' nheol of
noon. , music foi tho past year rotiirno I homo
. on tho K'ye-l Monday to tako the
The following Invitation has been 1)08ton of lns'tf actress at "Kawalabao
ucelved b) a coterie of )imng folk! se,nBry In Manoa Valley whero
"You urn cordially Invited to attend iibh not-ber Is principal. She will
also tench durlnse several weeks In
the summer school. Miss Wlnno has
hud splendid opportunities- at th1
coaht this paBt )ear studying new
ws and means of thu art of music
and has been dieply Into ested In
class work to tho (.eachlus, i ' music to
n hop lo be given In honor of Miss
Anno Deas and Mr Victor Ilurd ut
the noat House, Saturday evening,
Juno 18th, lain, at 8:30 p. in."
About sixty Miuiig people will lie
piesent ut Ibis uffali, I'rloi to the
dance a dinner will ho given on boaid
Iho vnrht l.ulta At this nffnlr cover clilhlrrn too by a vorv particular and
yflll bn hid fni twelve After dinner uueceaf f ul method under Minn Irn
son. Velma (lutes, Cnrnclm uaies,
Messrs. John Malor, J. 0. Gates and
Dr, and Mrs. Hnrrs- E. AJderson of
Sim Francisco, who vUlt their aunt,
Mrs. Allen, each year, will arrive
Juno 24for a short visit hero. Mr. E
Utshop, father ot Mrs. Alderson, who
1ms been making a short Visit to his
slBtor, leaves 'tho following day for
his homo In Oakland.
Dr. and Mis. II. II. Ewbank of
Churlebtou, South Carolina, who have
hem at tho Macdonatd for boveial
weeks, expect tn lull on the next SI-run
Cleanliness Is Better Than
Pau ka Hana
Ever Try It ?
Ask Your Grocer
MCtwa w.'.'f ww'i,mii.i
ttdtiWMittfU a mmmtm