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ft ft - 14 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1911. t
COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
9lloinlulii people nt Until Hlcvvnrt,
Annus! is, ,i,, i),- i iriiiniliiii, T. .At.
ffjliiiuli, A. iti'iir unil fainll . Mr
nlnl Mrs J T Suillv Mr unit Mr.,
(jftfiiiiriiil Mm llniniii, N .7 .Sihiienlnrgir,
?fll W. Hi. Idiiiin. .Mr ami .Mri II U
'W'lHiurd. Jnhn A IliuJieH, W. rimrli
r'lliiKii, T J Niilnii. fnptnln J It Tar
k.r, .Mr. anil Mm. Scliiiiiinn, Minn
St tinman. Mr ami Mri CI T rilli-mii.
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IMinrlet It Wnrr. n, J lunlinnll, l)r
llj W. Anderson ami fninllv, Mr ami
r:r, " '.... .. J . i0"in.,,
.... - . ....j.ni nun luiiuij, .ir nun
Mm. J. I! J....nr. Mn I. MH'. ...
Mr-. H V Allui, Mrs O II Atb.rtiin,
-MIsh Ijiiiru Atliirton, MIh Jullettu
Albirlon, .Mis Alexniuler Ynmiif, Mhf
ll'rtlin YmiiiK, Miss A Milntjro, II
r.. Ml Inl.vrc. O.rnlil lllluln-i, MM In no
Dkksnu, Miiiiu. I Ciinmni, tJ T Nlili
JUils. IMniinl W (Jiilnn, I) II Davis, W,
tit Hmltli, John 1'irii
J Senitor ami Mrs. Krlc Alfred Kniiil
f Ven ennio over on the steamer Hal
Sflast Satiirilav to witness two Klines
of the iilo tourinment They are the
iKUCKis of Dr mill Mis. .lames Jinl.l
Jut 927 1'rosiiett Btieet During the
jiust week this tiopul.ir Knii.it mimic
fh.ive been In a whirl of giletv. bring
the guests of honor nt Innumerable
A(nrr.ilrs. Sundiy evening Dr ami
Mrs JntiiPs .ludil gnvo an liifornlnl
t, dinner In their honor ami an auto
tiiiobllo part) to witness the pnli
mateli U to ho given for them this
ftftfternoiin Tlio Senator and his at
firraetlvp wire will return to K-nnl
Tuelav. wbeie they will entertain
jffnt another largo bouse nrt. Among
their guests will bo Dr. Ramus ami
Mr.. mid Mrs William I.ove.
Mrs Hcrnnn Toekn and her sister
jMr?. i:. It Slackablo who have been
ffiln Oernnn lor tlio past six nionlhs
will nrrlvo In Honolulu nct month.
They spent a week at ten dnva In
jjj, JNew York together. I.alcr Mrs l'ocko
..mi j.iiiii t-iiiiti j.iurii.ij fii in nan
Iinnplico and will ntrlvo on one of
llio Putlflc mall liners on Sep'ember
tho lentb, Mrs Slackiible tonk tho
Canadian route, planning to visit
friends In Vancouver, nnd will anlvo
ton one of the Aiutrallan Hiicm on, cl1 """ WP0K "" "10 f,':"'"" ll
KReiitember 11th. Doth of these social, llell,,1,m' c" tmtQ f"r """'. bero
"favorites will be welcomed home, bv
their numerous friends
It is rumored that Miss i;nt,l ftrocg.
n society girl of S m rrnnclxco. Is en
giged to Mr linger Topp, who Is a
prominent member of the llurllngamo
Club. Miss (Jregg visited Cnlontl and
Mrs. ' Samuel running laHt ear at
Fort Sbarter, mid iiimlo inan.v fi lends
in Honolulu. Mr nud .Mrs. (Iregg nnil
tb'elr two daughteis Miss l'nld nml
MIrr lllliel, nit plnnltg a tilp to tho
Oi lent nnd tnnv dipl'9 to b op ovor
IliHnuolulu. Mis Rro'g Is na botull
ful as her two iliigliteis mi I Is so
youthful in npiiranme lh.it slin looks
moro like their sitter Tlio (iiogg
family nro si emllng tlio summer at
vt After an cnjojable summer outing
fat the Augustus Knuilsens' camp on
f Knuat, Mrs Walter P. 'Prear and
Pthlldren leturned to' lliclr homo on
if Sunday. Tho (iovcinoi's vvlfo Is very
fond of tramping' and horseback rid
; lug, ami Indulged fciiieiity in tliese
p.ilmes while she was on tho Oar-
f.len Iso. MrB lie ir Jin. some of
2 Inn otlipr inirstu umitil tnkn .Inllv
the other guests would tuko dally
four or flvo miles In thej
boiutlful tuoiii tnlnous country, orj
take long lioiFcli.ifk rides. It Ib de
lightfiil and iiiol on Kauai, mid tho
Id.". .. . . . . .
M.,.h....,..h ihiviii .n i"......t..
A largo number of friends and reh-
Etlvs weio at tlio wlurf Wednesilay
to bid Miss llulli MtCliesne) n lion
tjpy.igo when slio milpii on tho Wll
helmlna for Cnllfninltt vvhero she will
iui tuv iti fl m ' LI M J H v I VI in II wt
?MhPo weeks. At tho end of tint time
5faho will go P'ihI In few Yoik fur n
union mt Kiniii in ii np rif iiLfi nil"
yenr in visit nei iiurio unit auni, wnn
foslde In that rlty Tim nltraciivo
oiing Boclcty gill wai ladcued with
dnlnly gifts, stoamer letteis and Ilor-
I Mr. nnd Mrs John Wnterhouso nnd
Dr. A. U 111 lino of California gavo family aie enjojlng tho bracing cll
a son niul daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. mnto or Mount Tnntjlus. wlioro they
, K. llrnno of this city a pleasant nto Biiendlng the hummer months nt
Riirprlso by nirlvlllg on the WUhcl-
nilnn. Tho Inmntitablo linrt of thoi
was that It was of bucIi Vliort1
itnrutlnn. Tlio doctor is a noted and
pTnmliient ')yhslc.'aii if Sa Pian-
elsco, nnd wns rompnlled on account
of his practice to innko tho leturn
trip on Iho Wllhulmlun that left on
luesiiny of tuts week.
(Captain and Mrs Putnam of tbo
iKnglneer Corps, U, 8. A., hnvo been
.pending this woek nt Rclinfleld liar-
Bracks as thu euobIh of Lloutenant and
Mrs. CiiiiliIiiKlinm of the riftli Cnv
airy The (.'npluln tiiino to town 1'rl-
tinj nut leturned on tho snmu day
to l.illi'lnu to spotlit tho week-end
Captain ntiil Mr I'liliinm will re
turn to their attractive ipiailcis at
1 ort Dp Huisy on M la).
Mr. ami MrB. Ilnrubl Cnitlo nro re
rolvllll lltn r..ltl.rrnllll if 1...... .. I,....-
" ...,.. mill Ul llll-ll
rrle,"lH vor Ihc arrival if u b.ibv
CnUaln ami Mir. iTnnlc H. IM-
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Mrs. Macomb were tho suesls of hon
rho I,. Teunoy I'cckr, who have
been Bojournlnj; t K.nlawnl, nt the
Cecil llrowiis' 1-ome, aro ptmintiiR In
return to town the tnlilillo of net
week. On Ihc Iwenty-nlnlh of An
Kiist Mrs. I. Tenncy I'cek, Jlrs. A.
Newton Loekp ami MaRter Newton
I'eck Avlll leave ftir ICainl. wJicio
they will be the Riiests of the Kile
Kniulsons at their mountnlii home.
The OeorKe D.ivles, who are at
lliclr coiintr) plate, TunlrtlilRo Wells,
KiikI.iiiiI, me ciectcil to nrrlvo In
Honolulu with their family to spem!
tho Christmas bollil.ijs. A celelir.ite.l
aitlst piluteil a llfp-slzo iHirtr.ilt of
Mis Davles that Is Iiiiiik In Iho salon
ami has been viewed by several Hiv
The Oermnn cruiser HcrzoRln Ce
tile la iluo to nrrlvo here from Aus
tralia ilurliiR the mlilille of October,
When the commnmler of the Bhlp nnj
bis olllcers vlslteil this port nearlj a
jear nuo thej mailo many frlemlt ami
were rojally entcrtalueil. Their ar
rival In autiiinu will act as a stimulus
to social activities.
Mrs. lingers ami Mlsi Helen noR-
eis or California aro tho guests ar
Iho l'eiiinsula. of Mr. anil Mrs. An-
j E'lstus Murphy nnil Miss Tlielnn Mur
Mrs. von D.iniin ami two chlhlren
. .... A . . ..
P-'C"iiii win no eoiisiiiien regir.l-
ing the henltn of Mr. mid Mis von
Uanim's mn. They may decide to re
main avvii fiom Honolulu or sl
inoutlis or a )ear
The wedding of .Miss IMna C (iilllll.
il.uiKlitir of IIiikIi (limn of llomiUilu,
and lMwin M ('Irimlu rkilu, llnrviinl,
'II, mn of Mrs Dnuna C'h iinlnrliilii of
S00 I.liiiiauiu stint, ('ninlirlilge, will
take phut' AugiiKt Hi at Hound Ilrnok,
X J I'iiiiuIs Ktr.iltiui of the Ilnrvurit
'vnmlty trevv will mt as lust innii
Mrs. Hat old Dillingham left Wed
nesday to visit her mother, Mrs.
ll.Mle-Sniltli In Sim PranclBCo.
Miss Jcsslo Kennedy and Mr. Stnn
Ie left on the Wllhelmina for Call
fornlt, wbeio the former will remain
for tlueo or four moullis, Mr. Ken
nedy Is entering his senior jear at
Mr. mid Mis, J, P. C. Hagcns who
havo been keeping house for tho past
seven niontlin .in .Inrkuon strop!. Iii
San VrawlKCO ,, lctllr t(, ono.
,,,, , 0ct()ber , ,, le , ,
Ill 1110 ISIUllllS.
Miss I.-iura Nott and Mr. Dickson
Not! 'lifter n ilol lixtil fill tUlt ullh
c......i.. .... . i.n i-.i. ..- ....
.".. Mill. ...in. I...U -Vli.liCUl 1.11.1
,no Allgllll-lIB KllltlHtllS .(111 Knif.ll.
l etui tied to Honolulu Sunday on the
Mr. Jack, Dovvsett, Miss Alleen
Dnwsett and Mr. I.lewi'lhn Dowsett!
left Tuesduy for Maul, whcio (boy
tt Biel, n for,B,t at Mukawno
ns gueslB of Mrs. Mary Dowsett,
Mr. Charles Stanton left Wednes
day on tho Wlllielmlua on a hurried
trip to tho mainland Mr. Stanton
will return to Honolulu In tho luttor
p.ut of Sep'ember.
their beautiful homo on "Hound Top."
Mrs. Clifford Kimball of Ualolwn
ntul two children arrived In Honolulu
ThuiBday nml will flpend n week with
Mis. Chnrlos M. V. PoiBter in Mnnoi
Valley .Mis, Koisler Is n blbtor of
Mrs. Dnnlel Ilnnd. wife of Cnutnln
Umid of Lollchu.i, ,as linen visiting
Cnptnln and Mis Cllflim Carter Blnce
Monday. MrB. Hand will return to-
day to Sehofleld Uuriarks.
Mm William Williamson will en
tertain Informally Wednesday at
luncheon In honor of Mm. Charles
Rico of Kauai.
Mr. ntul Mrs. Marston Campbell
ami family left Wednesday for the
attractive suburban boiuu nt Koliala,
where they nro planning to spent
letters havo been recalvcri by Mr
William Roland that her hiHbaud In
saining health rnptilly In Tucson,
Arizona, where bo has been staying
or tho past two months,
Admlinl and Mrs. Wnltor Cowles
and .MI"r Cowles me phnnlng to
iiintur ti Aliulmnmi tiimonow, vvhero
they will be tho gunits of the Mae-
Mr. nml Mrs. J. O. Young mid
family nre spending a jmrtlon of tho
nummcr nt unc of I he J, K. llrowiis
cottages nt Wnlklkl.
The ltannoy ScottB nnd tbo MlfBes
Kcllcy nre sojourning nt tho llarr
Wbllne.vs' plnco nt Kahawal
Mr. Ilentnn and Mr. Illchard Wright
nro entertaining a few of thclrfl
friends Informally nt their villa at
Mr. William Itoth will spend tho
week-end nt Abulmmiii.
Mrs. A. H llriino left on (lie Mlkn
hala for Moloknl, wbeio hhn wilt en
joy n threo weeks' visit with Chris
Miss Helen Kimball Is tbo guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilder.
William Loves KifitonPil (heir visit
Owing to tho ikiIii tournament, the
to tho Prlc Knuilsens for n week, nnd
will leave for Kauai on Tuesday of
The austav Schaefors aro enjoy
ing their outing on Mount Tantalus
and will return to town tho last of
Mrs. Oeorgo Kitnb'ill Is visiting thn
John McCmidlehseH at their homo on
tho corner of N minima avcniio anil
Mrs. Augustus Knudsen Ib visiting
Judge nnd Mrs. Philip Weaver at Ka
Mr. and Mrs. Illchard Cooko nro
Biiendlng tho month of August at tlio
Sorenson plnco near Diamond Head.
w TT w x.
miss I'tiinney of California, is tlio
holfso guost of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobcrt
Owing to tho vvnrm summer weath
er, tho army women belonging to tho
I elleluta bridge club, have discontin
ued their meetings until tho nutiimn
(Cofitlnuid from Pag 13)
Mrs. Hairy Lewis sent u number
of wireless messages Thursdny (o
friends to tlio effect that situ would
arrive IVidny morning on the Sicrrn,
nnd would sail on the biuiio evening
lor AtiHtialla. Mini friends were at
the steamer to greet her, and she
lunched nt the Alexniuler Young Ho
tel with six of her friends. Friday
evening nt hair after flvo Mrs. I-ewln
ami her son, Donald, sailed on the
Zcalnndla, to visit her mother in Mel
bourne. Mr. Lewis Is in San Fran
cisco and will return on tho next
Slerrn, and tho latter part of Septem
ler will sail for Australia. The Lew
ises aro planning to return and upend
the Christmas holidays in Honolulu
Tho California pajicrs Btntcd that
Mrs. Lewis' mother was III, but that
was. an erroneous ata'ement. for nt
Iho present tlmo nil of tlio family in
Australia are enjojiug excellent
Mrs. Craig received by cable, Hip
sad now 3 of hor father's death that
took place In Seattle, WaBh. The
news curtailed the visit of the doctor
nnd his charming vvlfo, who left this
week for the Northwest. Tills Arl
zonnn couplo wcio extensively enter
tained, mid mndo many friends In lio
Mn. Kor.vter'g Luncheon.
Mrs. KoOBtor, wife or Mnjor Koes
tcr of tho Fifth Cuvalry cntortalncl
a dozen friends nt luncheon Friday
tifternopn, nt her home nt Schollold
Il.irrueks. Palo pink blgonlns nnd
Australian maiden bnlr adoined tho
circular table. After luncheon bridgo
whist was enjoyed.
Mitt Bertha Lanz Entertain,.
Monday nflcrnoon, Miss Ilertha
Lanz entertained In honor of her
cousin. Miss Alleen Dowtett, who lias
recently roturnod from Puropo. Sild
cr webs comiiosed of white twine,
were woven In and out amongst the
tjcos that wcro growing In tho boiu
tlful garden, The sitings weio wov
en in such nn Intrlcite fashion, that
It wns hard to bopmate Iho Individual
strings, Tlio idea wns Hint the two
guests who vvoro tho first to succeed
In this i, insult were nwnnle.l nrlzes
Miss Lnurn Iw wiir prcBonted with
tho first prlzo, a Bllvor flllgrco pie-
turo rramo, the second prlzo was u
pin tray In bcnlen Bllver, At 4 o'clock
delicious icfieslimcntR wcie forved In
the dining loom nt a table bedtcket
with while marguerites nnd brand
ellovv satin ribbon. A lnrgo Prcnch
basket filled with (lowers, tho han
dle tied with satin ribbon graced 111 a
center of the tnble. The fivors were
'minintuic baskets tied with jellow
dm, .11 ...il,.jii, .ii.j ii.inivi-is i:rii.iiiut'ii
candles In white nml jellovv. Among
Miss Hertlin Xaut's gnosis were: Miss'
Aileen Dowsett, MIbs Doris Joics,
mUb Kmmellne Mngooti, Miss Laiirn''Vou leave yourself
llooth. Miss Alice Ilendti Miss H.'Slcaownn,' ho told me, 'and I guar-
Stnlth, Miss Innr.i Low. Miss Loulne.ntiter- that you will linvn n good time.'
Smith, Miss It, llrown nnd others. "nl yoircim tell your peoplo from mo
that I lmvo." t
X largo contingent of nrmy folk
cin.ie in this moruiiig to wltues tlio,
pnli) match between tho I'lfth Cnvnlrv
nml the Kminl teams. Among tho
nrmy set that will stny over and nt
tend the ball that Is to ho given this
evening by Dr ntul Mis. Pmest Wnt-
orhou ip are C'olom 1 Wilder, Captain
mid Mrs. Sturm's Captain mid Mrs,
C. Sldnoy llalglit, Catiln and Mrs.
Orion nnd l.lcut Jneksnu
Mrs. Rultloworth of Sehofleld liar
racks has been visiting Mr nnd Mrc
nmnblo nt their homo H127 An ipunl
Btrect. Cntitnln Siiltleunrth of tho
Second Infantry SH-iit Wednesday In
tew ii ns their guests.
RUSH TO CITY
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(HiHrlul It ii 1 1 -1 1 it Ciii.i.H,nilrnoe,)
WASHINdTON. D. C. Aug. 7. -
That the people still rush to the cities
mil towns nnd leavo the country ll'c
was fully Indicated b tho figures
Just made public by Hip rensiis bu
reau. The "hick to the farm" move
ment seems to be nctnmpllshlng but
Tho comparison given by Iho cen
sus authorities shows an Inerensu
since 1900 In the population living In
urban teirltory of 11,0.1.', Sll, or CL)
per cent. The total population living
I nrurnl territory lu 1910 that Is, in
the rennlnder ot continental United
Slates outside or urban cnmtminltlcs
wns 49.148.833, ns compared with si
total imputation living In tho smnn
territory In 19(10 or 44 107 03.1, an In
crease In rural imputation during tho
snmo period or 4,941,850, or 11.1 per
cent. For continental United Stntes
ns n whele, tucicfuro, tho rate of In
crease for the population nt urban
ureas was tully three llhie.s Hint for
tho imputation livln gin rural terri
tory. Or tho total Increase In tho popu
lation or continental United States
during tlio past decade (1S,9;7,691),
It also appears that' seven-tenths
(11,035 841 was lu urli m lerrltiry and
that only three-tenths (4,941,850) wns
In nirnl tonltory.
Considering the ulno geographic
divisions or continent i 'United Statcn
I eli tihlo shows that the largest In
creases In iirlnn imputation Blnc3 ltiO
nro for tho Pnclflc, West South Cen
tral, mid Mountain divisions, lu tho
order nnmed, tho percentages of In
crease neing liiz.i, esc, ntul G.i.l, te-
spectlvoly. or the 15 states nnd tenl
torlcs comprising theso .1 divisions
there nro 3 stales In which the In
cro.ibo In urban papulation is eaa
than 50 per.rent, and in C or them it
Is moro than 100 per cent. In nil of
tho states nnd territories comprising
the Mountain and Pacific divisions
there has also been a considerable
Increase in rural impulatlon; In enrh
or the 4 states cpmprlslng the West
South Central division (hero tins also
been an Increnso In rural pipiila'lon.
but In 3 or them tho Increase Is less
tlinn, 20 per cent.
N. S. W. PREMIER
Out or ofllco ror elghton jonrs, In for'
n jear, out for tlirco days nnd In uguln
Is tlio record held by tho Hon. James
S. T. McUowau, piemler of New
South Wnlei, who piiRsed through yos
torduy on tho Htcninor Zelandln and
who wus tho guest of tho HundH-Around-tbe-Purlllc
When ho wus In Now York ho ro
celved a cuble telling him Unit his
party was out of power but by tlio
time ho t cached Chicago ho had an
other cublo stating that they weio
b.uk uguln. The upheaval wns caused
by two of tlio Labor members going
batk on tlio party nnd tho Lleutcu-unt-Coveriior's
lefusal to prologue
parliament until tho by-clectlons were
contested. Tho Liberal party fulled
to form u mlnlstery, however, and the
Lleutunnnt-Cioveriiar nlso refused to
nccept tho resignation of tlio Ijibor
party until MtGovvan hud bon heard
Ho nnd his party wor enot given
any time to wnsto yesterday, being
rushed around till tlio principal Bights
of the town by the members of the
Ilauds-Arouud-tho-P.iclllc Club, of
which MrQowuti bus nccepted u vlce
piesldency nml lias also promised to
back the brunch to bo formed In
Sidney. Tho ninnrliini, thn Pull,
Pint linger, Dlnmoud Hend und tlio
vlow from tho top of Piiiichbowl weio
taken lu in lapld succession nnd the
HAS GOOD TIME
imrty wore loud in lliclr nralscs of - . . i"
"It Is the most beautiful spot 1 'flljitMjifx fSSmtWJftu favSafE Ja
have yet Been." sulci McOownn on tlio tffc 2ll5lfc eflaSFevflalW HBB Jb
bunt i'cnltiK. "ami 1 can qulto JagaHHrsr kVt'CHHM 9u KHk ''
understand now why It la that every- fflRf 17 HJ. fllkV ? itBeW
ono I meet lias a good w orcl to Bay Bg itxr 43 7?3
for It. 1 I ii tend to toiuo back Borne wJH IrFi2 " IA. "
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. . u. juum mill iiiu I iiiii(ih-iiuuiiu
the-I'aclllo idea Is n gicat one nml
Percy Hunter told mo of It In 'Lon-
"on, whore a branch wns formed.
PHILADIILPIIIA, Pa, Aug. 1. Tho
Most ltev. Pdwnrd P. 1'rendtrgaBt, tho
new nriliblslinp of tliu dloceso of Plill
iiiUlphlii. r.ii Kul Ids elevation to bis
high olllio In the Catholic church nt a
ri rummy nt the uithcdrnl hero that
was limiHiuilly Impressive. The Hirvk'o
was utttiiutiil by n representatlvo of
the iiiin., iilmiit SCO priests nnd ninny
high public ollldnls, Arthblshop Pren
ilt rg-int snccei.ls the lute Archbishop
It) ii n.
BISHOP ESTATE CLEANSING
The Wnlpllopllo cisxponl In now n
tiling of the pud mo fur ns c-mitlnic ny
nuUnnce Is i nncerm d, the lllshop Ph
tnto li'ivlug till, i n It ovtr nnd mndo nr
rnngi'iiH ntH with the county tolks to
keep It puinpid nut nnd Uonn until the
sruir Is run thiniigh the Kullhl district.
Tho istnto will binr the cost.
Ah fnretiiKt In the llulletln some
daH nM. tbo UMinp Pstate has taken
tips to cancel the leuse to tho Hn
wiill.in' Lund t'omp.iny, of vlilch W. CJ.
Achl Ii the head. Notice tins been
served on It to gtt out, ns the cstnto
tins taken full initwssloii
The I'Btato will not recognl70 tho Al
len & noblnxnn IMnte, of which PauJ
Mublcndiirf Is innnnKcr, Thclntter es
tate's Intiri'st Is n mortgngo on tbo
ldiso held by Achl The Illxhop Pstnto
will conttst nny ensn that Is brought
Into the courts over the matter,
The Hawaiian hand serenaded Hon.
P. A. Sehaeror this rorononn, today
being his blithdny anniversary.
lAtSCti BISHOP I
r V?V ww.am rcy ;
rf" w- mt. m?irr imr ." a. wss 1 3-"' 'yw
Shoe styles are very pronounced this season, and
Women's Regal Shoes are the onlu readv-tn.
wear shoes made for women, in which vou
can get the new and distinctive custom
That u why every woman in town
who wants her footwear to be in the very
latest ttyle should come to us lor
ol Kegal Uxfordt. The new models
are dainty and attractive, and
their Fit u equal to their style
because they ate made
" REGAL SHOE
14,820 Bottles of
Were carbonated and sold during July
In Honolulu. Popularity merited by ex
cellence. ARCTIC SODA WATER WORKS
Miller Street Telephone 1557
The Dog and
ANY years ago," said daddy
I saw something In one of the big cltloa that would Interest jou
youugsters, so I hnll tell jou abuiit It tills evening. -. sn
"It Is a story ubout n dog nud his master. Tho dogVas very
old. Ho bad served his master well, but
ost roost of bis teetb, and bis eyesight had become pour, llesldcs, lu tbo city lu
which this happened thero whs ii tax on dogs and the man did nut erne til
pay the tax nny more on his poor old friend, so bo mndo up his mlud to di ovv u
tbo poor dog." f. ,
"Ob, duddy, wasn't that a shame!" said Pveljn.
"Yes," answered daddy. "Well, tbo mini tied a rope nretiud tho poor dog' I
neck and led him down to tho river.
going to happen and tried to hang back,
they got to tbo river thcio vvero n number of people ulioul 1 wus nm.i.M
them, and, seeing the poor animal being dittgged uloug. I ir.Uul tbo mini what
be was about to do.
"'Sir,' tho man said, 'this dog has served mo well fur rinny jenri, bit now
he Is too old to bo of any moro use. llesldcs, 1 mn n pun- i.i in, nud I cumiut
afford any longer to pay tbo city dog tux, so 1 am gohu to Uiown the sulmal
Here,' ho said to tbo dog, 'come with me.' And bu went il inn Into u ruv.txmt.
"When be got out In the middle of tho river, vvlitin Hie water was ipiltit
deep, bo suddenly seized hold of tho dog and, giving hliu ti treat pus'a, threw
(lUra Into tbo water. Then ho turned
nut tno uog wns not tooiiu uuu
and avvamto the boat and tried to bold
I JHe looked up Into bis muster's fuco ns
me so wuen 1 nuvo Decu jour companion ror so tuuiiy .vearr
"Tho mun did not cure. He tiled to push tbo aiilmul's ptivvi from the tin it
with bis bunds, but bo could not do so. Then ho lirtid mio of hU onr.i nml
struck at tho dog. Uut tbo oar wns heavy, nnd tbo iii'iu iiiulil not handle It.
no when ho struck at tho dog ho overbalanced himself uml rill over the ecUu
of tho boat Into tbo water. There bo strugglcd'und cried fur help, for bu imi'J
"When the dog saw bis master's
,hlm by tho collar. Then be held blm
Iwho had seen the accident rowed out
j "Was the dog saved nlsoj" asked
BECAUSE MY INTPItPSTS AltH Hlllti:.
BECAUSE TUP COMMUNITY THAT IS CiOOD P.NOUOII TOR MP
TO LIV13 IN IS OOOD PNOUail FOP. MP TO HUY IN.
BECAUSE I UPI.lEVn IN TRANSACTING! HUSlNPSa WITH MY
'BECAUSE I WANT TO SPP TUP GOODS.
BECAUSE I WANT TO OPT WHAT I HUY WIIPN I PAY POP IT.
BECAU8E MY 1IOMI1 DPALPIt "CAItltlPS'' MP WIIPN I HHN
BCCAUSE PVP11Y DOLLAlt I SI'PMD AT POMP STAYS AT HOMR
AND WOHKS POP TUP WPLKA11P OP HONOLULU AND HAWAII.
TUP MAN I BUY PltOM STANDS llAr-IC OP TUP
BECAUSE I 8PLL WHAT I PrtODUCP
BECAU8E TUP MAN I HUY PROM
MAN I HUY PROM
BECAUSE TUP MAN I
rilUItCh, MY LODdP,
BECAUSE WIIPN ILL LUCK. MISPORTUNP, OR 1IPRPAVPMPNT
COMPS, THP MAN I HUY PROM 1SIIPRP WITH THP KINDLY QHPP.T
INO. PIS WftRDS OP CIIPPR AND HIS POCKPTHOOK, IP NPPDS IIP.
BCCAUSE HPRP I I.IVP AND HPRP I llliy.
Selied Htm by the
one eicnlng, "when 1 tvas In Europe,
now be could do so no moio. lie li id
The unlniiil seemed to I. now what vvaj
but the man dragged him along. In-n
around us If to iuw away.
weun io hvviiii. lie tame lo tlio surrnea
ou to tho ed'u with lil-i fiout, puwt.
If to say, 'Oh. uuslei', why do ou tie.it
trouble ho svrnm toward him nnd ilnd
up until people ou the limU of tbo liver
und suved the inau "
Jutk. "es," suld duddy.
HPRP AT HOMIl
PAYS HIS PAIt'P OP THP,
OIVPS VALIIP UPOPtVPD AL-
HPLPS SUPPORT MY SCHOOL,
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