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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1011.
FIVC t - X In Food Products The fortunes- that tiave V been made, the dividends paid and now being paid-; ' to the owners of food products and food prod uct specialties would u(r prise the "average mortal r because of . the lack ' of . knowledge on his part re garding the every profit-, ' able nature .'of the busi ness, ? f -(.., A few packages of a produrt sold monthly through only half of the grocery stores in Amer ica yields a profit to tbe owners. little understood by the layman. Such a sale spells large and ' . permanent, profits to the share- ' holders. .. 1 , '-. .t "Grant's Hygienic Crackers have been Introduced on the Pa-; ciflc Coast only and a profit-, showing, dividend-paying ' busi ness developed. . .. -i' Although no effort has been, made to sell goods in Honolulu "., several grocers already 'carry5 the crackers in stock and have been selling them for two years . or more. . . .. . ; The manufacturers are now pre-" paring, for an active campaign in the East and to provide ad- . have authorized the sale of $50,- OOO.-worth of Six per cent Cold Notes with which we are tem porarily giving; a bonus of 23 per cent in the fully paid stocky of the company. - . '.."' The nature of the business - is J such that - tariff changes, cur- rency .disturbance,- labor trou. ; bles, hard times, etcj, have no," effect on the sale of the prod- - : uct . '; .v -v ; '.; The Gold Notes are sold in de- " nominations ; of 1100. upward,; and a bonus of 25 shares of . stock is given with each $100. worth sold. . The companjr has been on a profit-show is g basis for 50 moitfbs and with JTO.OOO. -additional money the profits for , 1914 will be large. The company Is a going, grow- v Ing enterprise having the em- f. phatic endorsement of "its home A commercial bodies.; It owns; its : real estate,- plant and equip- rr.er.t free of debt No floating , Indebtedness. - , No :' money: " duo, any bank.. No tcrrowed xjari tal. No large salaries to pay. No preferred stock. v' "' "' The Gold Notes yield 6 percent, : Interest payable- terni-annuallyy dating from day of issue. The'. bonus stock is" the common Etock and should, withlrrMttvJ years, pay from $1. to. J3. per . share annually. . . . r v So safe and carefully. managed ,. is the enterprise that applies- tions for the Gold Notes will be accepted by the , U is First National Bank, ' Oakland,' CaL Slate Sailng-s Bank, . r Oakland, Cnli First Rational Bank, Bcrkflcy, CaL West Berkeley Bank, Berkeley, CaL Berkeley Bank of Savings and . . . Trust Co, Berkeley, TaU For more specific , Information regarding the enterprise, prog ress made, future prospects, etc., write us for Data F." It's M . free.: -. ' - ' '.. '' Visitors to this section, from Hawaii are cordially Invited to call at our. office, visit the fac--tory, and fully Investigate the enterprise. -Our instructions are to crowd . the sale of these Gold Notes, be- cause the campaign- is sched- - tiled to start early in .-'April. y Write for "Data F" today. Heme Securities Company, First National Bank Building, Oakland, Cal. - - If there's one thing that does not ad mit of any guessing It's fitting - , SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES 4 i'.-v-.-v... - - Our spectacle fitting is done on the basis of knowing how from start to finish. . .' . It's a success! -' A. N. SANFORD, OPTICIAN. ' - : ; -- : ' . .' i " . '. - ' Boston Building Fort Street Over May & Co. . , Yings SHOOS AWAY DIRT ASK YOUR GROCER Silva's Toggery; "THE STORE FOR GOOD CLOTHES" Elks Building ;r King Street"; C The frozen body .of Miss Elisabeth Simpson was found by a nelghbor.who who was floundering through a snow drift In Elmhurst, a Brooklyn suburb. Fortunes White SB A T3m t Main fociety section pages 12 and 13) Society Personals One cf the most enjoyable events of the week was the concert given by j Mm. Bruce McV. Mackail at the Odd " sVAvVAno f Villi . An TiiaAav Anfn r M V . A. . Sir ioViheevcr: th7 cert leally tc'ng in ne mature of a debut fn. wt nr -rmJn onran vnJr- .f- T.vif,.i . . j wro caa coi aireaay near a ner, ios pessing, as It docs, tlw qualities of cweetneas and sympathy combined wfth rare power. The most preten tious of, her numbers was a selection from fMignon." enthusiastically ap ireciated by the several hundred or I more society folk who made up the audience. A deugntrui number on the program was the violin so!o by Mr. W. A, Love, accompanied by Mrs. D. H, Hitchcock. 1 Baskets of flow ers, leis and floral offerings of all kinds were sent In profusion to the performers, converting the stage Into a veritable bower. At the conclusion of the concert, a number of suppers were given at the Rathskellar and University Clubl A ' . Among those to sail on the ' Mat sonia next week are Mrs. C. JB. Rip ley of this city and her daughter. Miss Iwalanl Ripley, - who leave f or . San Francisco to spend several weeks vis iting and shopping In that city before the marriage cf the latter. This, by the way. will occur cn April 18, her fiance, Mr. Carl Edward Easier of Salt JLake City, coming ttTSan Fran cisco to claim his bride. The wedding will be a quiet affair.' Mrs. Robert O'NelV a school mate of the bride's, r will' be matron of honor and Mr. Al bert Boiler, formerly cf Honolulu, best man. The wedding trip will be through southern California and Colorado, vis iting the Grand Canyon en route. After their honeymoon the young cou ple will make their home in Salt Lake City where Mr. Basler has business in terests,": Mrs. Ripley will remain sev eral months In California before re joining her husband In Honolulu. i , The service set is lamenting Ceeply the departure tomorrow of Major, and MrSu' Peter Marquart. who go to their new-; post in San Francisco. Major Marquart has been with , the 2d In Tantry for 24 years,' and his detail to another regiment is naturally keenly regretted by everyone. Prior to, iheir departure on tomcrrow's transport they are being extensively feted. Among those who gave dinners in their honor were Cept- and Mrs. A. Harris, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Demmer, Lieut, and Mrs. Frederick Coci. and Lieut and "Mrs. , A. Boolh. A large -reception; ,was given for them on Tuesday by Capt and irrs. Robert McCleave and Capt. and" irrs, James E. Bell. - '.' . v. ; . -y. i '..-';, 'mf - 4t.& . ft fr MrsWilliam F. Heilbron was host ess at a most charmingly appointed luncheon at the Young hotel, Thurs day last Her guests were Mrs. Buch ly, Mrs. Dodge, and Miss Grace Lay mance, the latter a social favorite of the bay cities, who has baen spending. several weeks at the Moana hotel Miss. Laymance is a sister of Mrs. Henry Heilbron, Jr., of Sacramento, who will be remembered as Miss Ilaicl Laymance. : . -: - The Heilbron families are among the best known people socially and financially In the state. - . -' Mrs. Montgomery Macomb was tho guest of honor at an attractive lun cheon given yesterday byx Mrs. Wil liam Wooten. Mrs. Macomb leaves next month for Washington, D. C. and prior to her departure, Is being ex tensively entertained, Mrs. Wooten by the way . leaves on the transport next week for a, three or four months tour of China and Japan and the Philippines. ; The officers cf the 2d Infantry gave an enjoyable stag dinner on Tuesday evening at the Young Hotel, the oc casion being the annual banquet of the regiment Red, the Infantry color, was introduced in the table decora tions in the spicy red carnations which formed the centerpiece. ,( ' v. v,-. It ';-" Mrs. , John McClellan was the motif for a r charmingly informal luncheon yesterday given by Mrs. Mannie Phil lips at her home on Kewalo street. Bridge followed the dainty repast. In teresting games of auction occupying the afternoon. Covers were laid for twelve., v ; . ,-: .. ; ' ;. , 4 . . .' " Miss Ethel , Bishop entertained In formally at dinner on Tuesday night at the Courtland for Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cartwright Miss Helen Girvln, Mr. Harry Hoffman and Mrs. Bishop. Yellow chrysanthemums made a very attractive centerpiece for the table. The marriage of Mr." Edward C Per ry of Honolulu to Miss Helen E. Chase of New Haven, Conn., will take place on the 2Sth of this month at the home of the bride's parents in New Haven. : . The Honolulu choral society will hold- their concert the week after Easter. This Is an event which is being greatly anticipated by music lovers on the island. . . 4 Miss Merced Walton, who has spent the past few months in Honolulu as the guest of Miss Sybil Robertson, re turned to her home in California on the Sierra. 9 . Captain and Mrs. Warren T. Han num entertained at dinner :ast even ing In honor of , Col. and. Mrs. T. H. Rees and their daujjhrer. Jilss Helen Rees. After dinner the party attendr ed the officers.' hep at Fort Shafter. Among the prominent mainlanders who are visiting in Honolulu now are Mrs. E. w. urns or wasnington, Mrs. vm De at the Halelwa hotel for a Kitchings and her son of New York nnmber cf months, and Mrs. Porter of Spokane. They ... Major and Mrs. Cruikshank will en are being considerably entertained by tentain in their honor at Halelwa on townspeople, preferring to see Hono-. Saturday evenJng with a moonlight lulu m tnat way ratner inan m ine usual tourist fashion. "Jin?wS oTil extended 221? V LllJS'd wJo In stzer'and : .tte Id Mrs. world. ; I Mrs. G. F. Humbert, who was orr- ated on Monday for appendicitis. Is getting alcng splendidly, her friends j are glad to hear. They are hoping! that another week will see her out cf the Fort ' Shafter hospital and ensconced once more in her home at Fort Ruger. . Col. G. K. McGunnegle Is ehtertain- ing at a large i dance on Tuesday Artillery Auction Club held its meet evening at the Halelwa hotel. . jjng wjth Mrs O'Shea in tho cavalry , post Mrs. Shcrt and Mrs. Baker were -Miss Liia van Kirav wno nas oeen In Honolulu at the Moana for the past few" months, left on the Sierra thin corning. v . Lieut Carl A. Hardigg was a dinner host last evening prior to the dance at Fort Shafter, his guests including Capt. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mis3 Mary O'Brien and Miss Helen r Alex ander. ' - i.' - -'. j 41 t :' Miss Ruth Riley who has spent the nast few months in Honolulu as the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. and ditions to this garrison. Lieutenant Mrs. W. R Riley,' sailed on the Sierra: Spencer was promoted to 1st Lieuten thls morning for her home in Port-; ant' 2d Infantry.': from : tne 1st Infan land. r f (f try. The quarters Question for the . ' ; , : . Spencers was solved, very fortunately Word was received this week of the birth pf a little son to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lenorie Smith of Boston. Mrs. Smith . was formerly : Miss Violet Stoever; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wichman. : -----r::r: . - ' : Mrs. J. A. McCandless entertained at a very pretty tea yesterday after noon complimentary 'to her niece, Miss Mary O'Brien, who leaves next month for her home In the states. Mm. J. A Kpnnpi1 was hnatpfis t a bridge . luncheon on Wednesday at ner nome on victoria sireeu covers : were laid for twelve. J 4ft. : - ; . Mrs. Andrew Fuller entertained at bridge on Tuesday afternoon at her Nuuanu Valley -home. ;i U -.., - 4fe Miss Jessie Smith was hostess for the Manoa Bridge ; Club this after noon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Phillip Frear, ' on Punahou street General Clarenco Edwards t spend ing a week or more at Fort Shafter as the guest of Major H, O. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Will. Love are enter taining this evening at -their home'at Kahala In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mor gan Jones of New York. :-.'.'S t & yt-i: :.V;:".. Miss Margaret Waterhouse will be a passenger on the Matsonia next week for California, where she will spend the summer months. ' V; Mrs. C P. Morse was hostess on Thursday T at an elaborate luncheon at her home in Manoa valley. Covers were laid for 12, 1 Mrs. C M. Cooke and her daughter. Miss Alice Cooke, will sail in May fcr Europe, wnere tney win remain a year or more. , . , ; ' " , r-L:;::-S--r:4S,;;:-:4 ""' Mr. and Mrs. Hi M. Dougherty were dinner hosts at the Country Club on Thursday, covers being laid for sixteen. ' . :- ,'. ..: v ' Mrs. George Angus entertained In formally at tea on TKursday afternoon in honor of Miss Agnes Vance of Oak land. - v r -& . . Mrs. Harold Lyon was a bridge hos tess yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. E. B. Hyde of Spokane, Wash. '''.:;. ';': - 4ft ' 4ft Captain and- Mrs. AVilliam Matson entertained informally t at dinner on Monday night at the Country Club. .4 4t.; - ',.;'-;: 7 Schofield Society . I Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence , SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, March 6. Mrs. Eullens, mother of Mrs. Beachr entertained at luncheon for Miss Mc Donald of St Joseph, Mo., who is visiting Mrs. Douglas McCaskey in the cavalry fort Other guests were Mes damea Beach, Menoher, Fair, Chitty, Fechet McCaskey and the Misses Car penter. Mason, Reichmann and Hol comb. : . Major and Mrs. Ralph Harrison also entertained in honor of Miss McDon ald on Monday evening, giving an auction party for Colonel and Mrs. Reichmann, Captain and Mrs. Scherer, Captain and Mrs. McCaskey, Lieuten ant and Mrs. Gardenhire, Captain and Mrs. WInans, Miss McDonald. Captain and Mrs. Burnett Mrs. Cheney and Dr. and Mrs. Baker who have recently joined the cavalry garrison from Fort Ruger. Captain and Mrs. Scherer, Mrs. McCaskey and Captain and Mrs. Bur nett were the prize winners. Miss Van Kirk's interesting travel ogue on southern Italy on Tuesday ev ening proved a very successful as well as entertaining evening, as quite a generous sum was realized from the sale of tickets which is to go to the Army Relief Association. Mrs. Beach invited a few friends to her house after the lecture to meet Miss Van Kirk, which informal reception added its quota to a very pleasant evening. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Robert Off ley gave a delightful afternoon to a number of auction lovers at her quar- ters at Castner. About 30 ladies en- hr hoBDitalitv. The Drize win-1 nor wr'Mrs. Welk1. wh wem a sit t - .... 14 tnr-r tra Vennnn! m-tirk ttTf VVIIA iviat won an attractive box of stationary, and Mrs. Ladd. who was given the consolatioo. -i-.,- . . - Mrs. Holabird with niece. Mls3 Augur, are visiting Major and Mrs. Cruikshank for a few days. They DicnfC and. dance. Colonel and Mrs. Kennon gave a dinner on Thursday In honor of Colo- - - 1' - 7 8tS ,wer! . Colonel and Mrs. Sturg's, Colonel ani Mrs. Reichmann. Cclcnel Atkinson, ! nrJr ! rv!npl and Mrs. Rees. Cantain Childs. T,.lltpnant Vatrous. 'Mrs. Hunt and Mrs Avrs nt Honolulu. 41 ' fantain nd Mrs. James Parker had as guests for dinner on Frmay even Ine.' Colonel and Mrs. Menoher. Cao- tain and Mrs. Holbrook Snd Captain and Mrs. Fair. On the same afternoon the Cavalry electe1 members. 41 , Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. IJvingon, mother and aunt of Lieutenant Wat rcus, have arrived for a visit of some time.: "; ;:':..;".'. -;. - ; .'. : ; Fort Shafter Society Rrclal Star-Bulletin Correspondence! FORT SH 4FTER. Maf'. 7-4,len-tenant and Mrs. Spencer with thHr Dretty young daughter are recent ad- y the. fact mai Major warquari is leaving the post Sunday and thereby vacates the necessary; set of auartrs to accommcdafe the' new arrivals. For the nresent however, the Spencers are the guests of Captain and Mrs. Ralph B. Lister in Honolulu. v - :':;;;-:-'--::'-v The quarters Of Captain and Mrs. Robert McCleave were crowded with the many friends of Major and Mrs. Peter E. Marquart-' Thursday arter roon from 5 to, 6, the occasion belns a farewell reception tendered the Mar- quarts by Captain and Mrs. McCleave ana airs. ueu. in aauiuou io uih hosts and guests of honor. Colonel and Mrs. French assisted in receiving tne , e'uests. Mrs. M. J. Lenihan poured ta ana Mrs.AJ unen serveu uejces.wiio the Misses Lenihanand. Miss Rosen baum as assistants. The rooms were decorated with natural : . flowers in abundance and were most attractive. . Kk-h m . n . 1al The regimental ' orchestra played hfnmriniit tha aftprnnnn und th list of guests included the entire garri-j son. '-J.SCfi- nun- . joyed That's tKe combination which the McINERNYT RACT offers prospective pur chasers. It is the best real estate buy in Honolulu, according to experts who are backing their opinion by the purchase of lots in this section. McINERN V PARK has a superb view of the ocean and the Waianae Moun ' tains. It is on rising ground, with perfect drainage aiid an abundant water supply from the artesian wells of the Palama Pumping Station. " ' " BUY: AT THE. OPENING PRICE ; - ' ' ';::v: : watgH;, yoit IcINERNY PARK is in the tract of natural development. Honolulu must expand in this direction. The army of workers who are employed at Pearl Harbor Naval Yard will seek McINERNY PARK as the nearest and best home site in Honolulu. Already several have made their selections here. Take any King street car going south, get off at Houghtailing Road, townside of the Bishop Museum. In six minutest easy walking toward the hills you are on the tract. : Zt : ' 7 fe-i -- :! '1 t -; 51:':'-:' V : Better still, phone us and we will take you out in our automobile. Price per Lot, $350; $50 "doMii. "and r-$10;-jHoiktsil Fort Street near Merchant MISS PHOEBE ARLEIG! IN RECITAL AT 1 mm i i fev Kiss Phoebe A Miss .Phoebe Arleigh of Honolulu and New York, was' one cf the 'chief figures in a .'recital given at the Hotel.: rnwa on mc unuwa v a vi, '10, news of which has just reached Honolulu inenas ana acquamiaaces. l The recital was given by pupils of Mrs, Dorothy Tynan Picfce, assisted by Miss Arleigh, harpist; Miss Celc!.T nan, reader; Miss Emily Gilbert and Mr. John Roodenburg, with Miss Sal lie Zamzok at the piano. . -Miss Arleigh, who is a pupil cf Mis'3 Maud Afo'rean. and , whose career . in the. musical world has been watched j i with keen interest and much gratifi Meal Torrens Title Guarantees Clear Title mm mm m m c mi w & w . w i m jib ii .v m w m IAPPEIS NEW YORK EVENT rlelgrli, harpist cation by her friends here, appeared with 'much success in several num bers. A' large chorus added to the effect of the recital. ' . : ' - The program was as follows: .s Chorus "Gaily Oer tho Ocean".. "is ............. Franz Abt "Vol lo.Sapete, O Mama" (Ca Valeria :. Rusticana) , ...... , . . . Mascagni . ; : v ; ' .Mrs., Dcubleday 1 Reading ;; , ; ; . . . . .V ; .v .V;. Selected :-;: ,: i Miss Celci Tynan ; r "Die Lorelei" ........ ..... Liszt !; Mrs. Ersteln . ;-. " 1 .. . r Harp Miss Arlelgh i ; (a) Minuet "La Phyllis". ..H. Gilberts o 9 3 ' x" ROOFIIDi C.0MCEB1 The usual Topnlar Concert: will Xm given this' (Saturday) evening on the Roof Garden-of the Alexander Young Hotel, beginning at 9 o'clock. Professor Cart Miltner has prepared an excellent program and the public is cordially Invited. sdvertlsement. FALLING HAIR MEANS DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE Sat year Hair! Get a Scnt holtle of Daaderlae rljrht wAI -' stows Itrhln? scalp, - Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; cf dandruff that awful scurf. There Is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre, ita strength anl its very life; eventually producing a feverish ness and itching of the scalp, which If not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die then tho hair falls out fast A little Danderino tonight now. . anytime will surely save your hair. Get a 25 cent bottlo of Knowlton'a Danderlne from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first ap plication your hair will take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which Is so beautiful. , It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance; an Incomparable gloss and softness, but what will please you most will be after just a few weeks' use, when you will actually see a lot of fine, downy hair new hair growing alt over the scalp, advertisement '(b) "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes"....,.,...... J. H. Brewer Miss F. Franklin Chorus "Ye Shepherds Tell Me".. V ... . .... . . . . .... ... . . . Mazzinghl Solos by Mrs. MItchel, Miss Bid die. Mrs. Dunn , (a) "Autumn Love". ...... . . . .Leonl (b) "Du BIst wie Eine Blume". .... . . ........... Rubinstci n (c) "I Heard a Thrush at Eve".... . ; r . .... . . . . . . . ........... Cadman Mrs. Strauss "La Source" ' harp) . . . . .Hasselmans 1 t Miss Arleigh Le Nil". , ;..V. . . . . . Leroux Mrs. DoubJeday -Violin Obligato Miss Gilbert (a) ''Ouvres tea Yeux Bleus". : ...... .. . .............. Masifnet (b) "Leaves in the Wind" ...... Leonl Mrs. Ersteln - 1 ; Aria "Alfln Son Tua" (Lucia di. , Lammermoor) .......... Donizetti Miss Franklin Flue Obligato Mr. Roodenburg ; Chorus "Wiecenlied" . J. Brahms o Phone 2161