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Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
THIS TRADE MARK SIGNIFIES rUIlITY EXCELLENCE HEALTH.
Medicine for all Mankind
Mr. Horace R. Butts, Providence. R. I., a U. S. Army man, many jears
nRo on account of the linrdsIilM of nnuy life had dyspepsia and
stomach trouble so bad that he could scarcely cat. He took Duf.
fy's Pure Mnlt Whiskey, which envc him immediate relief. He
recommends it as an invigoratinc stimulant and body-builder.
"1 hnvo tisoil DiKTj'b I'uro Mii't Whisky for many jrnrs and find
that It la all Hint It claims to ln During my twenty-four yearn 'of sr-
vlco In tlio V.. 8. Army I was being constantly transferred from placo
to place. Ai result of changing cllmato and water, my stomach and
digestion failed mo completely, so 1 was scarcely nblo to eat a thing. On
the advice of h .friend I purchased a lioltlo of Iiiffy' I'nro Malt Whisky,
and Immediately good icsutls followed. This was eighteen years ago.
Since then t have not been without It. I recommend It to all who are
In need of. nn Invigorating stimulant am! desirous of uulldlnc up tho
CAUTION. When you ask for Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskey be sure
.vou Ret the genuine. It's the only absolutely pure medicinal malt whis
key and is sold in sealed bottles only: never in bulk. Look for the
trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over
the cork is unbroken. The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y., U.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
' ", SOLE AGENTS'
MONT ROUGE WINES
TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all carts of the city tivice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
t niiATtANTKF. nmj nnniw
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The Telephone Girl. ho p-iines and beholilft with n start could tell fhem.
Loicia of musical comedy In llono- ",0 ruvolatlon on the wall seeing! "'Why, I can sing better than Bo
lulu haje had n chance this week of again Hie white face of his mother) and So. My teacher tod me so.' said
M.elng Vomolhlng In this lino which w"n ",n "Bhts shining over Irr In one.
Is n leal treat to the theatergoers In drnlh,. mid holding again the purnj "Could you go on and do It tonight?
this city. white hands of :i girl across (he tea I Imitilred. Havo )ou a handsome
.Manager Cohen's company of glrft whn loyci """ wnr.lrobo7 Ho )ou know how to walk
brought, down from 8au Fraiiclncii to So "" nlKhl ,"1R "l0 Ct'rclla wVmiaiout en the stage, or walk olf without
play before Honolulu nudlonccs for '" "10 fra';rn", '' nf Ilfo Ii"o betrajlng the fact th.it ou are an
rmrmt mi.. t,.....i ... i.i. i.. -i. hours nrc short and p-rfect: mid! amateur? -
Telephone Olrl and havo had crowded "llcn ,ho l,","'a,, lll ,rl'lc "''''' "fil, ""''I R,' l-'0"l,, n,"l ' ,la,, ""
' I....I tnm ..M.I ll. Haul l.....l.t .. a a. It Ulin nt.l In nltl. m nt un c.l
houses cicry night
Monday the 8. II. O. sign was nco I
ol as otcry scat wai tuken and n
large number had only ttandlng room
In tho opeia house
It was plinned to change the pro
gram on Ihurhdiiy eeiilng, btit the at
tendance on the production staged
continued so well lint an extra threo
nights was decided urtin and tho play Thursd.ty In
iiiih run inn entire week. cuosts. Miss
heat tow, and the first thought of tiy It. Sho swept In with nn awkward
dawn touches the dark lines of Ilia Mr Mr. as much as to say. 'I'm not
mond Head, the blossoms fade and afraid of anybody,' but hen whole ap-
pcaranco was ungraceful, lac'ilng In
repose and full of Bclf-coiiaelousncss.
i told her so. Shu turned up her
nose, looked at her friend as If sho
htid been grossly Insulted, snapped out
n gooiMio and took her leave.
"There Is lots In learn In nny do
pat Intent of the show business."
Auto Trip Around Oahu.
Acting Governor and Mrs. Ilmcst
Mott Smith made a charming hol
and hostess on an, nittoniohllu trip
which thrv uic Thursday In limiir
sanies, in uie second net. however. Is tho flrnt cntcrtnlnment that Miss of Captain nnd Mrs. Hugh Hodman
tho white unearthly l auty itroops
la death for the night Is over.
ni,ANcui: iiowAiti) wi:nni:ii.
Miss Hoflman's Tti,
Miss llorfiuan cnleit-ilncd at tea
honor of her linuxo
Start' vant nnd Mist
tome or us hae sicn Tho Te'ophntio hi tell. This trio of pretty girls re-
Olrl on tho ro.isl but all niiisl agroo ceUed In a corner of Hio drawing
that tho pitiductlon of tho pleeo hero room, under n canopy of greenery In-
has been well done. tit -mingled with white carnations,
TIlO first net drags somewhat nnd which wnn thn fi-nlernllv fl.mnr nf lh
but few ripples of applause greet tho collego to which they belonged. This
tho nudlenco Is kopt In n merry moo.1 Horfman has given slnco her return
irom sinri iu,iinsli The two parts or from China. On this ncrnnlnn only In-
this act whlrh nro most appreciated Uniale fileiids w-ro Invited. Moit of
nro the singing of Miss tlockwcll. the guests were young girls, though
whose "Coming Through tho Hyc" n few jouug matrons were Included
drnws forth des-ned upplaiise, and on tho Invltatlonnl list. Tho Hocking
tho sccno In which Miss Klste Schuyl- homo Is conslderr.l nnn of lhi most
cr accumulates a laughing load whllo beautiful and nrtlstlc in town, mid on could bo observed to great advantage.
urinmug wnn tho liutlcr. Her hys- necoimt of Its rich furnishings needs Iterore arriving at Halelwa n stop
terlcal laughter at tet lug n chair Httlo adornment. ' However, on Thurs. was inado nt the 5th Cavalry post
rocK nlonn Is the limt touch tho .lay's occasion tho house was orna
whole production. mentcd with )ellow roses, while ha-
Tho music of the play Is catchy. Il!xnn pjimtn and gigantic palms were
nnd new songs nnd music wcro Intro- j.ineed In tho corners of the different
uncoil In places nficr Wednesday's- rooms, producing h much desired trof
pmductlon so that tho first nlghterM rn uud pooling'1 effect on entering
aguln came to. sef It. N u, )me. Tlio guests arrived betwoin
Many changes of costuines In tho tio hours of four nnd six. Tho
rome to nn end" they returned to delicious supper was ferved at a long
town In rtlno for dinner. I!ery one table which was bedecke( with red'
In the party expressed theinscHes as I blgonlns and ferns. After this rtpastN
Having nan an meni lime. Anions "e innr nojourneu 10 uie dancing
Mr. nnd Mrs. Krnost Mntl Smith's pavilion anil ilanrcd until nearly mid.
guests were Admiral nnd Mrs ttecs, night, ilrlng homo by the light or
Captain anil Mrs. Hugh Itodnnn, Col- tho moon. 'Among those In tho party
oncl 8chuyler ef the 5th Cavalry. Miss were Mrs, Lmrglilln, Mrs. Oray of Ixts
Violet Makeo and Mr. Schaefer. Angeles. Miss Wcnncr of Scittle, An-
i nte Knofe and -Mlslt .Maililco 'of Oak-
fVutlcale at Judje and Mrs. Dillou's. land. Cnl.. Mrs. Ivllr.ib Ui . Cliurrh. j
Miss Kathcrlno Stephens, Mli llaiel.1
HotTninn, Miss Sturtvvnnt, nil
The music Intern of Honolulu havo
n rare treat In store for them on
July I2lh. when they will havo an
opportunity of healing Mr. Sydney
Holtrn. the pl.mlct .ludge and Mrs.
Sidney llallou hae kindly consented
fn loan their home for thn occnslon
Scenes from Wagner's Opera Tnnn
hnuser will he sung. The following
excollcnt program will bo rendered!
I'lano llerltnl, "llr.irovlenno Kan-
"Cannon" Airs, llomancn. .Schumann
(Arr. by 3. K. Iloben.)
"Mnudollnata" Saint Sncns
Nocturne nnd Ktude Chopin'
"Pilgrim Chorus" Wngner-I.lszt
Scenes hum Wagnera grp.it ois-rn.
The characters represented being
Klltabcth of Thurlligln
Mrs. Allen While
Tannhiiii8Cr Mr. Vaughn
Wolfram von Km-IiIiiImcIi
A jnutig shepherd Mlos Dyke
Plnnlcto Mrs llallou
Mies Gllman's Luncheon.
Miss Cordelia Oilman entertained
nt luncheon Wednesday In honor of
Mrs. (leorge Cleveland Dow-en. This
affair was given nt tho home of Miss
Oilman nt Walklkl. The latgo cir
cular table was ornamented with
of m Angolcs, Mr. lrw
ant Stover nnd J, Jl ' LoJrIorjf I)r,
Smith of thn Chattanooga, fclehtcimnt 1
lliirchfleld. l'nrr.on and Dial..
Admiral and Mrs. Feei' Dinner,
Wjednci'day evening Admiral and
Mrs. Corwln P. Hecs wcro host and
I hostess nt n beautifully apiHtlnted din
ner. A doien cover wrcro nrninged
for the accommodation or the guests, j
Tho color scheme was pink, und tlio
tlecorntlons were much ml in I red by
those present. Dinner" wns served at
seven o'clock. After the repast n
nunilier of the guests amused thorn
sclcs by plnylng Kieral rubticrs of
bridge. Among Admiral and Mrs.
IFnnu' f-m-clH unrn f-f.ttt-iln nn.l lt4
HiiVli Itodninn. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Ilsbbltt.1
Captain and Mrs. .iv. Dr. and Mm.
I.ane, Mli( Wa(er tpl .Captain Mr,- j
iMinaiu oi in? i;ieeinnci. - .
Tuesday Drdge(Clubf '
The Tiu.'tJay UrlJpv Club met with,
.Mljs, Irene Fisher nt 2:3(1 Tucday
...naH..n. f"K Mint. M.i.H.lmmtlln Id'
111 IUI liin.il. lilt lliiu iiiv:iiiut:iqiii ii-l
limited In sixteen, lour tables wcrdfl
arranged to nceonmindalc tho guest.
Miss Alible Dow won tho prize, a
and Captain McDonald. The puly
started from town In the mnrn.ng
lunched nt Halelwa, and returned by
wny of tho Pali. It was n iterfcct und
Ideal day for the trip, the atmosphcra
was ns clear as a bell, so tho mng
ntflccnt scenery that this trip affords
for Colonel Schuyler and his n'phew,
Mr, Schaefer, were Included Jn tho
party. At nuc o'clock an appetizing
luncheon was partaken of. The tahlo
at which this repast was sorvod was
clalKiratcly decorated with flowers. It
wns so charming at this beautiful lit
tle resort that tho party wero loth
beautiful silver deposit iiltrher. After-I
graceful sprays of pink blgonlas nnd h" awanlment of the prlrq delirious
maidenhair fern. Tito iplaco card n-irosmiieuiF .-..- ,,.......
wcro tlutcd In n shade of palo pink """o "" 'MU fciJ--" entertained
nnd ornamented with blgonlas, After "'or-' -M"- "" ,0"Tnr' , M- Ar
luncheon this bevy or pretty girls. ,h,,r Wilder. Mrs. f-redcrlck D.imon.
played bridge underneath tho artistic Mr")- M. M. d arret! Mrs. ltnlph John-
hail lice overlooking the sea. Among
those present werq Miss Cordelia Oil
man. Mlf.s flcorgo ClevclamJhiwcn,
Miss Jessie,-! Irwin, Mss Ulliel phalli"
lug Miss DalsyOras. Miss IrnSa 'lint
lenivn', Mips Harriet '.Tnunfc Miss
Kntherlnn Klejilieiis,, MlssT'Tlnrcnrlr
llnrf!ii"ti MB Afl'ce atfd MWs' Marie
llatlentyne. ' ' ' v '
" :" r.t.-f.
Tall Ho Party." .!
Wednesday -evening- a 'party, fit
young 'eoplo'drovc"t'o Wrftleld ' ,v'f
tally-ho. Tho party 'left thri-Yojiiig
Hot'l nboitt S' p. m. nnd-dro-va up'lii
the henutlfiil homo of Mh Alhtil Her
bert. In Knllhl time, Tho..iovenlng
was perfect, not n suspicion oC, rain.
and tho nlr Warm nrtd.Jjalmi-."COn'tlr--
ilvlng nt their destination tho jotilfg
people went swimming In the targe
s'ton. Mrs. Mannle 1'hlllps. Mlas Mar
'3ot16 Peterson. Wlss Anna Tucker,
Miss Margaret Watethoiise, Miss Coti;
lailCo Itestarlck Miss Eleartor Water
House. Miss Aiiblo Dowf and' Miss
t ii. , A -.
.; Allnn- llollntnleV wi ono ot
.ttilsweuk's luncheon hostesses'. ThurjjjH
iny was uie nay cnosnn iiif-ju raiui
tajrunent, which wn R,typfl nt hert
honvu.In Manoa Volley. TJio clrcul?
tu'lilo'was adorned with .ylillow coV
op'sls and maidenhair .tern's,, Amojl
tho guests wore Mrs. 'Waterhourf
Mrs. Ward nf fori do mtucy, M'fl
Jumes Cockb'urn, Mrs. Jojin Baf
KoUlo nnd her daughtcr.'MIss niinej
Wenner. of Seattle, Mrs. irorster.JV''
C, Kckhart, Mrs. Westaii.tMrii. Up
keep the nildicllCO rubbing tmtnnmiiu nrelli1'ptrla mlile.l In llirt l,i lnnnt lint nh "nil ciMld thtncrH must fri-iih wnli-r Intnl. At, MriVpn nVlook ft hnrt nu,l MluM.JuntuU,! Ii 2 MrA
ineir eyes wmi wuuiier ni oncn ciiiuikc charm nnd beauty or tho occasion
of the girls who make up the bulk of Tho large lanal 'overlooking tho sea
A Natural Mineral Water.
In the World
nW lii'lMfVm Iii'vyi In
LOVEJOY & CO.,
enmimny nnd tho whole proline- wag Fnclnseil with feathery bamboo;
Hon charms and pleases tho audiences Bwung overhead were Innumcrablo
' .. nidi hau visited tho onera house t..,.,.,i,, i,,atiu r ,nf,i.i..,,i.ni. r..n
iuiisililfi iinnni in i litltK-tl ! iviii
during the week. , trailing asparagus vine. On the
lnrg? er:indn were placed small
Tribute to Hawaii From W.allslsy Girl tables udorned with rns-s. Many of
It Is tlmo for tho Dowering or this tho guests partook of cooling Imhw
wonderful night b'.oomlng Cereus. All ages and Ices, which were served by
Hono'tilu Is Hooded with tho light of Japanese mnlds. Mrs. M. M Onrr-tl.
tho full moon. Diamond Head Iikiiiis Miss tllnnche Soper und Miss Myrn
clear-cut und magical In the distance. Angus assisted In the entertainment
nnd tho surf nt Walklkl mows bin- of the guests. Among those pret-oitt
gouruiisly over tho coral re.rs ami were Miss Kartell, Miss Striileviint.
rolls Its burden ot light uud eong to Illnnrho BopT. Myrn Angus, Jem
tho' shining sunds. Angus, Mis. M, Oariett. Miss Kthe'
Over tho wldo mid ougli tono 8pjhllng. Miss 'Allco Cooper, Misses
wall the blossoms spread In cxqulslto Wnterhoiise. Miss Ijiiiretire. Mrs. II.
profusion great gleaming wlilto IlinH Oirfiird, Mrs. Krcd Damon. Mrs J. I
or Iloweis with a strnngo alluring Warren, Mrs, Oeo. Kenim. Miss Jane
odor breathing falnlly .from the Wliuie. Miss Maud Jordan. Miss Hap
depths or licmtfous golden hearts, rlet Voting, Miss Constance Itestarlck,
So large they are. so unreal, so mad- Miss Anna Tucker, Miss Abblo Dow,
denlngly bwcoI, that no ono oor Bto- MIsb M. Cation, Mlbs Ada Kliodea.
lug can descrlbo to another yet no Miss MrStocker. Miss Cassldy, Ml83
3tio over forgets, ror they nro Itorn as Johnson, Miss Charlotto Hall, Mrs.
iiwlltly as the thought of lovo, uud M. .Mclntyre. Mrs. S. Ulrkertnn, Miss
die like n dream of the night, loalng i:vn Oray. Miss Hollo McCorrlster.
only n memory of n whllo swcetiusB Miss Sara I.ncss, Miss Katherlnn
that sliunn through bhadows. Stephens, Mrs. Geo. Ilowen, Mrs. Chss.
Many u pllgrlmago Iheru Is to tho Kartell, Mrs. Hugo llerzer, Mis l-lsh-ild
elone wall this night, mid many a man, Miss .lory. Mrs, II, Johnstone
spirit bows to llio beauty of that at- Miss Josslc Kennedy, Mrs. Ilob'i. Miss
tar. rrnm tho hotels they eniiio In ltuth Smith, Mrs. Waller Wall, nn-l
crowds -wonder and go (heir way. othcis.
A widow brings her child nnd lifting
him JMh him bury hla fni'e In tho puro On StJco Aspirants,
white blossoms, whllo her sad eyn.i "Honolulu girls who want to breik
weep ror tho first tlnio In Inany n.iy. nl0 n,q theatrical business are very
it tho sight ttf a beauty that can but ,mlch ml0 ,,p ttomen or other cltleo
miggest tu her the wonders of n far , nr enamored or the glare of tho
woilil-imd she passes on roftentd r(Ht IIkIiIh and havo hazy Ideas re
nnd moro content gaming tlio show business." said MUs
A Dtrong man walks by with a girl,. Maude Itockwcll. the California Night
beautiful and lull of laughter of Knlo, who Is ringing at the Opera
votith, and he finds courage In tho iiob0 this week,
presence of tho white IiIobfoiiis to toll .. ,m0 mct I10( n few Br3 Bcu
her or his lovo, ami I here, with tho ,.allJ0 , hdiioIiiIii," shu continued
fariiwny tinkle of llawnllau musln -rhey call at my hold to get iiilvlro
rtlrilng their hearts, Ihey plight their Nol ,hal tu,y intnndcd to tako It by
t,rolh and move on glorified. any eans. Imt Junt to liear It and
A jomig niothcr conies, whoso heart ,, how tm,,u nn talkod nit thn
Is like a slofio in tho vast eniptlnesa Bta!u- of ti)mu- nwi u.t only two
whero her child has been, Sho catches IV0 K()( IC0H j wnen mlkcd
nt tho blossoms with u great, sob. of llllr(1 H(Ully ,ni)y ,.,,, 11H jf i ,nil
ror sho seems, Indeed, to bo In tho ,)m,red thum a personal uHroiil. Tho
presenro of Clod's nngels..nnd her soul 0l,t.rH nKtcil on singing (thnl'H
cries out tor. tho warmth of a child In wlml (loy cne, t) for mo, and they
her nrins-tiyet she.. too,' goes on with Bnll,iy c()(1 (lt ng t nil. They
tho light or a clearer understanding himir-j cheap ballads In n inonotfitious
on hor brow. way without muslciil expression, with-
Now comes a world-man. ruled for mll Kiac0i acting senso or anything
tho sake of his money, yet bearing ebe rrmco ,)f , KtrH mvo llol tlu
with him tho thorny memory of BavnK Kruc0 or gixid Iwiks always a
friends who have failed In tho hour nep A)1(l ,lol ,mo ,)f (10 others had
or need. Ho looks long nt tho swoon- jH,rg(lnai distinction. I do not know
lug whlteucss on tho wall and titrtiB wny t1()80 K,r cal)l0 , lu0j n)t.H4
uwuy. bearing In his heart tho vision ltu,y (10itght they could get Informu
of a longugo swcolheart, simple and ,lml ,m, wtlHjl, ea,0 t,em to sccitro
puro, who loved him In tho days of an enKa(?mm.nt at u.handsonio salary,
his poverty. ull( how thoy could hi) foolish enough
And ns the night wears on and tho n, expect such recognition without u
stars best In the tropic kles thero minuto'H uxporltnco Is beyond IlndlliB
passes u stumbling fctep, and ono who ollt,
stunds for tho honor of his country "Tho two girls who could Blng were
comes, heated with a night of cnious- self lellant. good looking girls with
nl: ond-nA'tho-fragrance esuchtmjiliu. . talent, buL.thejuJuieKJuoio (ban I
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work great injury to the cause of temper
ancc. It is a, species of Intemperance
within itself, for it goes beyond the
bounds of reason in that it attempts to
.control a man's appetite by legislation and
in making crimes out of things that are
not crimes. A prohibition law strikes a
blow at the very principles on which,, qurj.
government was founded. I have always
been found laboring to protect the weaker
classes from the stronger, and I can never
give my consent to such a law as-youpro-pq.se
to enact. Until my tongue shall be
silencfed in death I will contifiue to fight
for the rights of men." i.
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