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EVENINQ OULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, JAN. 20, 19)2.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Spfctil Mull tin CorrcstHindmicc )
WASHINGTON I) 0. Jnn SI An
nerlal xtntlon was established In the
I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 IxInnilM the mlilillc nf this
nionlli at Port Mi'Klnlp, on the out
Hklrts of Manila, ami was placed In
charge of I .lent Prank I' latum, vet
mm biplane liter .Hid balloon in in
, Wright biplane, to he ticil on the
Islands, was shipped from San Kian-
dsco It was minmpaiilcd b) Corpcnal
Vtition 1-. llurge ami l'lrst I'rlvat'
Kennrth I.. KinUrll, of S.m Antonio,
Tc. They are familiar with the ion
structlon of biplanes, having li-.nl e
perlenie with nrniv machines at the
recent .Moiican revolt, when this Cm
eminent hail Ihrre lllrr In Toxns
The establishment of an atrial Kin
tlon In the I'hlllpplnes In the llrst slc.i
tovnril creating a slicing ik rl.il Fipi nl
rim In patrol the e oasts of the iiiiintry
anil IIm possessions It In h'llneil h
nriu) aeronautical upeits that the
presence of a ll.ilng iii.iihliie mi the
Inlands will haio ,i greit Inlliieuie
our the natlies, and It ml to Kiep
them from Stirling up revolts I l"ii
tenant I nhm will make .Inns II I eh I
from time lo time Uventuall) ulhci
liiarhliieii will he slilpocd to the I'ht
llppincs, ami In a few .warn a huge
station will ho iinlntiilncil there.
Toll rales fin the Pan imn ran li
larylug from a mlnluiiini of KM cents n
Inn to a m.ixinium of $1 a ton, are fn
oreil h) Borne inunlirrs of the lion e
loiumltlee on Interest and foielgu nun
tnerro who have Just returneil to Wa h
Ingluu from the Isthmus Considerable
ucntlment also picvalls In the mm
mlltce anil throughout Congress for
IigUkitlou which will glie free piss
ase llimiigh the waterway lo Ameri
can ships Prof. Pmorv Johnson, an
rionomlst anil statistician, who used
to ho a member of the isthmian laual
commission, In at work on a propojed
system of lull, ami hit report will he
submitted to the enmmltlec soon
Col. Hocthals, (hlef engineer of the
canal. In oMitinely anxious to have
Congress eiiait legislation on the sub
Jcet at an early ilatc
It Is understood the tost of operat
Ini; the innal will ho alxiut fH.i'dO.IKin
a jear 'anil It Is the tlcelre to raise
an or- nits nun hy toils or lourso,
the cost of maintaining the rannl strip
will he many timet Bloater than this,
anil all of the pioblrms piesenleil iniirt
he acleil upon hy Congress nt this se
Mim. Whlln on his way to the New Year
mention, Hear Admiral Potter, aide
for personnel of the Navy Department,
fell down the Mono steps of the SlntP.
War nnil Navy building, and retelcill
eeiero tuts about the faie and head.
The riar admiral was near the head
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had started down tho steps when the
luel of Admiral Pottir's shoe taught
lu the (lagging, and ho stumbled for
ward. Half a dozen rear admirals rushed to
the assistance of the officer, and when
lie was picked up he was bleeding pro
Iiifcly. Several of the officers supported Ad
Dilrnl Potter to his cftlie In the de
partment, where lr t aid was admin
Utercd. I-iter he was taken to his
home, where naval -urctoni were sum
moned to attend him.
Among the tilings vvhhh Congres
will he likely to consider this session
iv III bo the propeiMil nicmnilal nniphl
theatcr for the national cemetery at
Arlington. President Taft has called
intention nucw in the subject b) rec
oinmendlng yh.it Congress construct
this amphitheater nu a plan that lins
already been appioved Ho made tho
same recommendation last )cnr, though
notlilug rnmo or It
It Is hardly expected th.it, In view
KM tlio wnio of eiouomy talk at tho
wnpitoi, tnero will ho proilslon mnilo
It lor tho ttructuro
Tho plans are for a marhlo nmphl-
khealer which would lost J7.r.0,u()0. They
Rivero oioiicil by urchlleits in Now
York who wcro cmploved hy a com
mission authorized by 111 1 of Congress.
House leaders am tr)lng to hiiii-
press a public building hill, ami In
'ilcvv of this effort they are likely to
rfrom on a plan to spend three quarters
of a million at Arlington. Hut the
question may eomo up and lie threshed
' Considerable dllfeience of opinion
SalKiut tho wisdom of It has doieloped
l.'viany old soldiers aro opposeif to It.
jfcThey tako tho ilow that Arlington Is
or tho most beautiful spots In tho
Kworlil as It stands; that to put up on
pltheator would ruin many trees
and otherwlso detrait from the beauti
fill appearance of the grounds
A confusing constitutional question
may be gained and .skin
troubles overcome and
prevented, by the use of
HiU'i H.ie ui WlylKt Dyt,
Uitk ft It.wt, S0
will he raised when the Democrats of
the House undertake to eliminate the
appropriation of $:5.nu(i for the trael
lug I'Mionses of the President Not
simp Secretary of Stale Knox was
forced to sorio at a smaller snlnry
than that nllowed other Cabinet olll
ioik beiuurc Mr Knox ns n meinlK-r
of the Semite participated In liuiia
Ing the emoluments of that Cabinet
position has there been afforded mull
nn opportunity for expounders of th
Constitution to expound.
That i-eitlon of the Constitution f
latlng to the compensation of the I'n
Idetil of the Pulled Slates rends:
"The President shall, nt stated times
ii'iclio for his services, a ennipensa
Hon, with h shall neither he Im reused
or diminished during the period for
whlili he shall hae lieeu circled, and
he shall not resell p Mllh that period
nn othei emolument from tho Unltril
States or an) of them "
The ipiestlou nrlses- Ii the allow
nnie for the trawling expenses of (hi
Chief Km utile to h termed extra
eompensalon, nu eiiiolunieiil, or men
l expni'i's Im Mental lo the upkiep
nf tho exei utile bunch of the Hovel li
The Issue nin be aignecl from jcv
ernl view points and predh lions ar
that the loustltiillnual pxpirls of Pie
House will nil grow exelled when the
Presidents hauling allnwame Is nit
oul ol the appioprlatiou hill Desptt"
lb" dliTereme of opinion among mem
hers of the House, the toiu'lilllee ha
practlinll) determined that It will
eliminate the Hem and that the Presl
dent will hnie to get along on hU
J7.",,o(j(i alar .
This Is the glad new )ear for the
iiieniliers of tho Supreme Court of the
United Stales The Justhcs get In
created pay. The Chief Justice has
been struggling along on $i::,uu0 a
cnr, but from now on he will git
flfi.hou The asKOclate Justices haie
their salaries Increased to $1 l,80n.
The liurcnses were proilded for In
the nit pasKil b Congress last winter
for the revision of tho laws relating
to the Judiciary.
Although n nuinher of troops which
hale lieen patrolling the Mexlinu bor-
iler line slmo the organization of the
manemer ill vision last summer have
finally been ordered to their home Flu
lions, this gocrnment Intends to keep
a strltt watch along that territory.
Orders went out for the return of
the 23d Infantry, now divided hetween
Torts llllss, Clark and Mcintosh, Tex ,
to their homo station at Kort Benja
min Harrison, Indlannpolls, Ind The
MU Cainlry, now- at Fort lluaihinn,
will return to Port Dea Moines, Iowa.
The lnth Cavalry, now- at Port Miss
lllll I in illvMml fmlr li-nnnu runinliiliii
"t the hcailcp.a'rtors at Port I.llss and
itho six other troops proceeding over
land to fort Huaihiiia to replace the
The 3d Caialry, now at Port Sam
Houston, San Antonio, Tex, has been
ordered to Ports Clark nnd Mcintosh
Tex , for duty In patrolling the bor
der. SHAW PLAY BY
The Collece Clul, m u ,,
T h., ., , r . ,., "" I
rl.l.unent last cloning at Illshop
Hall, claim College, in the form of a
presentation af ilernaril Shaw's com
edy, "you Never Can Tell" The In
terest of the pl.i) Itself did much to
Insure success, hut ciiih part was so
appropriately assigned that It was felt
lo carry 11 particularly convincing Im
pression Thero was no character con
Bpliuotisl) vve-ak, uud sevcnil reo to
heights unusual in 1111 amateur per
formance INpcclully wns this true of
Doll) I'liiiiiloii nnil Phil (MIsr Anna
Tucker and Iteglnahl Curler), nnd of
Miss Pope as Mrs. Cl.imlon, mother of
the Irreiiresslblo pair. Mr Shaw (Val
entine) nnd Miss Dillingham (Gloria
Clanclon) enrrled their innro illlllcult
parts with great success, whllo Mr.'
MneCuiighey, us tho nervous, over
wrought I-'ergus Crninptnn, maintained
his eonceptliui of the character most
consistently from his llrst uppearanco
In the dcntM's ollleo to tho end of tho
play Mr Itnldusiin nnd Mr. Anderson, 1
us the llohuns, fatlier nnd son, mado
an IntcrcBlIng contrast, while Pinch
Mi Comas (Mr Itlcker) showed himself
an excellent ta'rgct for Dolly's delight
Altogether, the friends of tho College
1 'lull may well feel that last night's.
Play desirvi'h to take high rank umnngi
tho many Interesting productions iciicn
b) the cluh In the last few )iura
Tho east was as follows:
PergUH Criimpton f
llohiin. queen's Counselor
Pinch Mct'omns Daniel nicker
The Walter Harold Hohlnson
Valentino N IV. Shaw
Philip Claiidon IlCKlnnld Carter
Mrs flnndon Miss Ida Popo
(llorln Clanclon .... t4
. Miss Prances Dillingham
Doll) Chindnn.... Miss Anna Tucker
Pallor Maid Miss Margaret Peterson
lloiist Iho l'lnral 1'iirinle nnd help
"BOSS" CROKER ONCE MORE IN IL S.
Ksyai'f & v. mmtMmyki
i . fWH& 3P?S .
V ' ! i
NHW YOHK ltliharil Croker, whoiCrokcr uiin cnthiislnstle iibmit the fu
nliiicil iriini Huinpp rc-entl. Is look-1 Inn of Ireland, declining that he be
ing hale nnd hearty, though ho Is ?0leicd tho country would halo homo
jears old After llsltlng the horsoiule probably within n leiir All Ire-
shmi hire ho will ko to Lexington, ky,
to look mer some stud fiirins and will
then go to Plnrlda for the winter. Mr.'
BANKERS WANT CHINA DIVIDED:
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llsc.issed hcie for several .la)s that nn
lnl.-rniiti..ii.il eouimlsslon of bankers
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IIUKCIl tCllilHKI' PHllll! eillC'IC'IO IlliCIl Itll
the settlement of tho ChlncHo . Illlci.Ily
I.iihicl.s the idea of the possible ,ecoK-
iiltlou of two Chilian one In tlio north,
the old iniinnrcliy, cilid th6 other In tho
south the new ripu'iilli'.
This Men. Hilda Its basis In the sup- .
tiflMltlr,ll flint tli .ln,ulu l.i (tin (., I. I
and the south Is likely to continue Jn- wreiked on thu roclw a qliarler of a
ilellnltcly, plunging the empire Into nil niiIc 0 Vn do Comic. Tho seas
"terminable wiir destructive alike to brHlMnl, oxcr ller cmlnI1Kert. lc
the welfare or Cilia and tho Interests ... , , ,,, , , ',
of the foreign powers. 1 "xes of ' rcw of " Ultimately the
Ailltlngulslie,IPrenelilliiniiclersuld:imP" woro "'M'tieil hy three lifeboats,
".Much has been said liv the, wnrtd ""' '"'1 " life was lost. Twelve
about the power of capital to do harm
good It seems us If there Is nn
opportunity for capital to olTer Itself 1
to the attainment of 11 great goal tho
salvation of 11 great nation. However
ine present ueaciiocK 111 C'lilna may
..1.... mi 11 1. 1 1 1
.11..,., v iinia inline i.,m, uiiiiuii, inn
before capital can bo nlTereil by tlio
powers Clilnn must uccpt n stilted
form of government or goi ernmcnls ns
KlmrallU. of nm, Birtt , ,
Tho altitude of Pranco toward China
Is that nt ubsolutn cooperation with tho
ollur powers. Tho Prcncli government
I bocj Isavo to announce that I have, H
in addition to the business conducted H
by me as a Wholesale Dealer In Jap- H
snese Provisions, Groceries and Con- H
eral Merchandise, undertaken the husi M
ness of a Commission Merchant, H
Merchant Broker, and will also repre- M
sent different firms as their agent for H
tho Territory of Hawaii.
I thank all my customors for past H
favors and cordially solicit further S
Y. TAKAKUWA I
NUUANU STREET, NEAR KING I
Phono 1075 P, O. Oox 968 B
-p- ft, &r
laud neeileil to ilcielup her resource,'
bo said, wns enterprising men Willi
money to Iniest.
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,. presenc ,menVuoi niKinKsep-1
nn, e pctloi, of any kind, but reallxei
l""' ,"" """renn or anarcliy ami an
iittiick 1111011 tho foie L-ners or their
IT"..rtv might precipitate Immediate
Tho irtilser Sao Kafncl, 1S0O tot,
which had left Lisbon 'recently for
l.eloos, owing to tho rough and thli It
'.leather, overran hertdUlnuia and was
willoiH wcro Injured. Tho vessel l,o-
enmo a total wreck and broke up,
Tho Minister nf Marine, giving an
ni count nf the disaster, said thai the
cruiser broke amidships. Ho assured
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vi.u.iiiivi iimi inn viiiiiiiiHiiiit-r was
l,!..,,,.!,-. ,i, ,,i.ul i..i.. ...
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,hlll' lh rrKnt.le. ns lost, but hopes
were entertained Hint the artillery
lllin' I" ""' li'lenso fog. The war-
might he mud
nuiuiey u aiarn nro siinwing u
lino of comforters and blankets.
SOCIETY AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
BY C. S. ALBERT.
l--i'iiliuo1jjji)0 11 1 1A I II II r.l-"lK)
11 AHIIleilllUiM U. i;, Uc-C. :.
roinlnent union the smart festlvl-
ties of the Holiday week were tho
dances lit the White House, to which
Mrs. Tnft Iniltc.l only young people,
elluilimtlug nil iiinrrled folks with the
exeeptlun of Col. nnil Mrs. Sponccr
Ciosby. U. K. A., unci J.leut nnd Mrs.
John W. Tlmmons, U. H N the mill-
ary ami naiiii nines ni mo iiniio
Houso and their wiles, nnil tho bnt
niasiiic which Mrs William 1'. Draper,
iilclnw of llenernl Drnpcr, late ninhns-
cutler lo Italy, gale for her daughter,
.Miss Margaret Preston Draper.
Miss Draper made her debut Just
two )enrs ago at a memorable cotil
lion glien by her parents to tho
lounger set In celebration of her com-
Ing out. Tills mis to hnie been fol-
owed by n rei'eptlon In January, nt
which she wns to halo met tho older
people In society, lint hr social career
n iin summarily Interruptetl by tho
drnlh of (Icuernl Draper. Since then
Mrs DrupT am
lived abroad for
her ilnughter luivo
he greater part of
me "me. 11 isi Hummer , miss urnper ,, cHyi jmmry 27t nlltn cntIl
enjoie.l the social dlstln.tlnn of a ii (i(late nt the christening nf n
presentation nt the court or HI Jninet.. r,.vcnup cutter. Arrangements for the
Since Miss Draper' childhood, tlio ,1C,I1B f lhp (t,,,,,,, destined for
Draper minimi fancy dress parties thp Al.isknn sen Ice. nnd tho Miami,
bale been a feature of Juicnlln social nllMl m ,,,,,,., , nr, lml8t,
life at thn National Capital, nnd the mv i.p,,,, ,on,i.c,i y (.,iptaln Com
ball brouRht together mini)' of those nuiniliHil ilirtholf
who parllelpated In miimrous other Thes cutters lire of tho new t)pe. de
hospltalllles at tho Draper mansion. KKMI fl)r Hpcc,i Mt)1 lvrnK, ,,Co
tlreat preparations were inmle for work, MSM MeM u), cir,te (,o
this ball, which wns a most beilsli anu
Announcement! of two approaching
iiiililluls of widespread Interest vicro Anunen the engagement of their ilaugh
inaile known In cxcluslvo circles of lcr j,tBS jIliry Tu,,)r AKcri to M,i.
the National Caidtal during tho llnll- shlpmnn Hoy Camnbell Hmlth. Jr.. V.
day week Tho first uns that of tho
coming marriage of Mrs. D. P. Mc-
Curtney and I 'apt Harold P. Norton,'
U S N Mrs McCartney Is pron.l-J
i.ently Identllled with resident and
naial circles and Is n sister of Mrs.
,W W. Irwin, wife of Commander Ir-
11 In, U. 8. N.. with whom she make
her home. -
The second was tho announcement,
or, rather the nckiiovvledKemcnt, of tho
engagement of ,Mrs. Oilier Cromwell
and Ddward T. Stotcsbury, one of
Phlhidclphla'H leading financiers. This
last Is tho culmination of n friendship
of long standing nnil was iplmltteil
llnnlly after repeated and emphatic
denials to previous Inquiries ns to tho
truth of many humors to Hint effect,
M Croinvvell nnil Mr. Stotcsbury
, , . . . Washington early
'" "' " '" )"r mm win miiKe ineir
,ilirn 1,.... It. t1ill.i.1n1..t.tn
'" - Ih.dclph a.
I Mrs Cromwell s i-on-ln-law nnd
j Mrs. Cromwcl
ihiughtcr, Mr. 11
ilBMlrooke, Jr, of Ha
nil Mrs. Walter II.
Ilaltlmnre, who came to
Washington for tho season, will oc
cupy tho Cromwell residence here.
Tlio Secretary of State and Mrs,
Knox hail a family gathering nt Valley,
lirtro ftinli llinnyi li mil 1 utnln titllti '
'rsjt mnics.it . .4iic 11 llllici leniuiva .lcl
theiii for Christmas.
The Secretary of tho Treasury
M rh VliluVminli ui.n 1ilm.l linen
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rl llfl A tljellinli flAlioljiiil tifewlAfltl
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iiicKersnam went to j'anania for it
iliristmas J. unit.
Tlio Postmaster Oenernl was In
Huston for Christmas day.
The Secretary of tlio Interior and
Mis Plsher were lolne.l for tho holl-l
d.lVM liv ll.lr Ihr,. rlill.lrn,, IV.illnr I
Arthur and Miss Margaret Plsher,
who attend hoarding school.
Tho Secretary of Commerce mid
laibor mid family vve-rn also here for
the holilii)s, as wire Secretary and
Tho Speaker unci Mrs. Clnrk hair"1 which all the relatives hero for the
their son, Mr lien
from tho Pnlverslty
the hollchi)s Miss (idle v love Clark
uecompauled Itepreseutntlvc and Mrs.
Clregg to their Pennsylvania home.
Miss Helen Cannon went to her
home In Dinilllo, III, for Christmas.
Miss faiiiru M err la 111 will entertain!
nt dinner Wednesday, January 17, bo
fine tho bae helms' gerinan. tho second
of which Is scheduled for that ilnto, I
.tuns neien inn win no tne guest or
honor at thu dinner.
Mrs. Prcnch. Vauderbllt of Now
York, 111 rived In Washington shortly
nfler tho New Year for u few days'
ilslt to Mrs. Iteynolds llltt, wHo of
tlio American minister to Guatemala,
wbii Is spending n few weeks In Wush
lugtoii with Mrs. 11 n. nut ut her
resident u on Dupniit Circle.
Sunday evening, Jmuuiry 7, Mr. nnd
.Mrs Jnsepli Lelter entertnined nt din
ner for Mrs. Vanderbllt nnd Mrs. llltt,
Mrs. Hltt Will sail from New York
January IS to Join Mr. llltt In auato
Mr mid Mrs. John Hays Hammond
will bo hosts nt u largo reception ut
their resilient e on Sheridan circle, on
Prhhiy owning, January 12. In honor
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..I mi. .vimncun vmoassiiiior to ureal
nniiiiii mm .Mrs, whltelmv Held,
Wednesday evening, January 3, they
gavo a dinner In honor of tho Ambus-
sifelor or Itussla nnd Mine. Ilakhmu-
Tho Ambassador to Qreati Hrltaln
I Mrs Whltelaw tl.1.1 lis 1 l.,n
V .n January. M, and Mr, WIU hi, ,,, IVbZrT SheZtUr
riTTrr s.'k'K R m ,om,,rJw,,,,
,Townsend goio n dinner In their honor
tho night preceding,
, , llnll r Cl,lllnl,l.
Tn.ir ..nnoiinced In Chlenco' the en-
KllKrlnrllt of their daughter Adelaide
lo Hendricks Whitman, son of Mr.
..,, ,, Wlain Whltiniin of llrook-
1(, jni,N I
T,0 wclI'(1ns WM tnko plnco ut ,kol
Vmml , Junc Mr- W1tma s
the rotton ,, ool MISnrKs wlth hl
fn(lc,r-s n,,,,, ,,d I11H .Pn stationed
In Chicago for the Inst two years.
Mrs Augusta Homer of Urooklin has
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Martha II. (lonicr, to tiecond
l.leut liolicrt Lincoln tirny, U 8. A ,
now stationed at Port Monroe, Vii.
Miss Comer Is well known In society
In both llrookljll nnd New York. I. lent.
nr.v ... ..rilli..tn.l fro,., uv. P..tnt
Miss Dllrabeth Hllles, daughter or
tho Secretary to the President, and
Miss names ltlchnrdsnn. dniiRhter of
Ciiimressin.in ItlchniilMin of Ahibnnm,
wm i.,... th.. ,c011 of , ,.
Unalga and Miss Itlcharelsoii the
.,f ,, Mr. ,,,., ,, .,. .....
H, Ni) wnI1 of Cllt- Uoy Ci Smt,( ij,
s. .v., one! Mrs. Hmlth of Washington.
,., HcmrJ c M0 ,j H. A
, w,,,,,!,.,,,,, (o 8))Cn0 clir,,t.
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vur.nK from )(,r rccont llncs8 JIrM
'.Mooro will remain with her mother
, H,lc ,MH rocovcrnI
WASIHNOTON, D. C. Jan, 10. Tho
President unci Mrs. Tnft cave the llrst
nt ti10 flulr Kre,lt ,inual receptions nt
the White Houso on tho evening of
January i). It was in honor of the
diplomatic corps. Tills Is tho event to
which nil people desire Imitations. Thu
"niiorms unci regalia or mo elipiomnis
add so much life nnd color to tho af
fair Hint It Is 'considered tho best of
The usual custom was followed of
limiting the list of Invitations. It has
been tho policy of the President mill
Mrs. Tnft to prevent overcrowding lit
their social functions. For that rea-1
son all requests for cards nro rcfuseil
when the number lias reached 11 certain
Iluffet refreshments vvero served nnd
the event was pronounced 11 success.
Home of Mr. Taft's enthusiastic
I friends wero icry much encouraged by
1110 large uiieniiancn nt 1110 jseiv Yearn
Day public reception Tho total of
1 those who passed by unci shook tho
rresldent's hand was HO'JO. Tie statu-
mfM ,U(M , -orl, that'll new rcc-
on! had been eslabllslied. This Is cr
roneous, us inany former receptions nn
January 1 have eclipsed that of this
)ear. It Is u curious fact that the last
reception given hy President Iloosevelt
,,,f"r" '"' retired from nlllce surpassed
,hat "f iM" ''"r
by lfiOO. More than
bade good-hyo to Mr,
Miss Helen Taft and her cousin, Miss
Harriet Anderson, attended tbo dinner
glien for .Miss Mary Hnuthcrlnnd and
Mr. Louis llaeoil by Senator du Pont,
inelt Clnrk homo' wedding of this couplo uud other guests
of Missouri for!""0, ,rc,,cnl' Oanclng llnlshed the
I VI Clll lib,
Miss Mdbcl T Doardman. head of the
National Hod Cross Society, has sailed
from New York for Panama to Inspect
tho work of the Panama Hod Cross.
She was ui-companlcd by her sister,
Mrs. Prederlck A. Keep. Miss Hoard
man uud Mrs. Keep will be homo ut
the end of the month.
Mr. and Mrs, John Hays Hammond
sent out Invitations for Friday, Janu
ary 12, nt lOtoO p. m, when they gavo
11 largo reception In honor of tho
American mubassador to Great Britain
mid Mrs Whltelaw Held.
Mr. John W (lairett, American min
ister to Argentina, nnd Mrs. Garrett
will leave for South America lu u few
Congressman nnd Mrs Horace Maun
Towner of Iowa have taken nn apart
ment for tho winter ut tho Marlbor
ough. Mrs, William llclden Noble, who has
been with her son-ln-luvv nnd daugh
ter, l.leut Sherman Miles, U. S, A,
nnd Mrs, .Miles, ut Port Myer, Vn ,
since she returned from the north this
fall, now Is established In her resl-
dene ,- street,
Col fleorgo ft. Colton, governor of
Porto Rico, who spent the Christmas
holidays with his father nnd sister,
I"rnncls Colton nnd Miss Margery Col
ton, has sailed for his post. Miss
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Uaker's Cliocolnto (unsweet
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German's Sweet Chocolate,
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Hear Admral Wlllard 11. Ilrou n.mi,
U. it. N., mid Mrs llriiwiisnn had as
their houso guests' for the hidh!.i)H
their son and claiiuhli r-ln-law. Mr.
and Mrs Iloswell It. Iliowiisou, unit
their two children, from California,
and their seins-ln-lnvv unit ilaiiKhtrrs,
l.leut Com nnd Mrs, Churles 1, llim
sey. If. H N., nnd Lieutenant Cum.
mnndcr mid Mrs. Hart of Newport,
Senor Don Miguel l" lllamleJl do hi
Hegatn, third secretary of the Mexican
embassy, bus returned from his holi
day visit to Philadelphia. lie passed
11 pleasant ChrlstinuH with friends In
the Quaker city.
Mrs. Waller H llrynnt Is tho guest,
until ufter New Yeur, of Gen. uuil Mrs.
(Jooj-gci I Olllesple. ,
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('ongreashiau '.Svvugvr Shirley unci
Mrs, Slierley have taken nn npnrlinenl
In the Dresden foi the winter.
Oen mil Mrs. I J. Iludloiig am
cpei.cllng 'i couple of weeks at Atlantic
Civ. , f
Executive Committee Planning
Religious Campaign After
The executive committee of the)
Christian Intension .Movement In
which thn Hugllsh Bpeaklng Piotest
ant churches of the tlly are unltlne.
held it legular session yealerdny at
the Y M. C. A, ItcHiit weio made
by the huslncis committee with lef-i-emo
lo available places In which to
hold Iho largo central mooting: fioin
tho music committee with' reference
to Iho organisation of n largo iliorus
choir to bo led by Air. Prod Hutler
upon his arrival; and from tlio meet,
lug's committee In regard to a plsii
for tho holding of Parlor Confercmea
preparatory to the public meetings of
A cablegram was eenl yosli rday tn
Mr. Prod Hutler definitely engaging
him to come If possible em Iho Siberia
arriving In Honolulu .March II. Thla
wns follow nl by a letter to him Indny
outlining In ilitnll tho campaign. It
una also voted lu Iho meeting to en
(lor by tho inixt mall nun thousand
inples uf the now hymn hook entitled
Kollovvshlp Hymns" which Is legnrd
ed by many ns Iho best collection of
hymns for meetings of tho typo which
are to bo held In this movement that
has yet been published.
It will lie seen from tho plana a I
ready perfected and those now under
consideration by tlio committee) that
this Is to ho no prillnary banner-wav
ing Kvangellptle Cnmpalgn, hut a
strong, united, illgnlllcel movement In
advance tho Kingdom of Christ In this
community to bring to tlio attention
of tho non-i hnrch attending public Iho
claims of Jesus Christ upon their
lives and to enlist If possible largo
numbers not now so engaged In uttlvo
Christian hen Ice.
Dinny Mnher, the great American
Jockey who for years Iiuh been tho
most popular rider on the Kngllsli turf,
fulled this season tn bind 100 winners
n record ho bus tiinlntiiltu.il frnm inn-T
up to the present year. Ho fell short
of the mark by ono winning mount, his
'"". ' r""""' '" ,no ,"" ot ""'
irm jr -5 '..:
percentage column of successful riders.
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