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. - ... i 3 tJ (1 I? A If. li efj t$tr?tt t'ti$J ' 75 1 trou3 were homecoming passengers in jnclulu's very cosmopolitan population. . JJ ' Mfiwl ! TJ A ' T 1 the Matsonla Tuesday ncrning. .Mr. ' ;. v -; , VOV y-f-y' -i.-V-V A-' V-.'-' fc - .. . r . t -; - m i ft. aw u v HV'f I "-n m Are showing selected TROPHIES . x,'. . y. and ' .4 PRIZE CUPS in feterlin Ki Iyer and plate, handsomely mounted on ebony and ; metal standards, rfedals, Plaques, Emblems,; : College, School . and Class t -' "- '""V-.,--- Pins. ,v;' v:::; -A .. - fe . Weylfavd Vourig CALIFORNIA ' Tr YT TT ; VIi J ' -i ii4 Plump and Tender Served witli Sage and Onion l)ress ing and lour fiunuay umncr can oc-raaue a Dauqua ui ittti6'cost,;:;:: -ri.r-r THE ' 1 BIRDS" WEIGH ABOUT EIGHT POUJIDS ,j - "We sell them for 35c a pound. - , - Phone 3445. L Market 1 V n the transportation of baggage to and from tteamera .,It la not only "When,' but "How" It it done. All trunkt r';and hand-bast are not of the non-breakable eorLVOur V staff of bagsage handlers deliver their charges anywhere In as good condition as they receive them and. do . It promptly. . Ring phone 4531. and jrour order will have inv ' mediate attention, v i"--' Honolulu. Construction & Draying Co., Ltd. A r t i s t lit cU ' Master " of both the mechanical and the artis tic sides- of photography proficientin every par ticular concerning port rait worlJ. :'f V : V -; V " ' i H . "y yy - iy y' Sy: Sittings by Appointment . . y-k k ?a a :-. with -; ; , n ' ; i y, y. ;. . ., :, I U 1 i r 3 Coming Amateur Performances. From the present outlook Honolulu It to have a siege of amateur; per formances this winter, and as partici pant in the several plays are sons and daughters of local folk it is almost a certainty thH they will be well pat ronized. ; . . . Early In October "Little Lord Faunt leroy will make his - appearance In Honolulu. The proceeds from this en tertaimreri: will be given to the Young Women's Christian Association. There is hardly a child or grown up who has cot read the book nd loved it. and In all probability alt who have read of the little boy will want to see him when hn comes to Honolulu. v ' Last but not least is "Mile. Modiste." the opera by Victor Herbert, which is to be given the 27th and 29th of Octo ber by the Myrtle Boat club. Bessie Abbott Howland is coming back especially to take the leading role. This fact alone is sure to make the affair a huge success. Then, Mrs. Charles Crane. Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Alice Hayward. Will Warren, Ned Steel, Lew Henderson, David Ander son and several oiher well known sing ers will take part as principals and a chorus of 16 young men and women will help to make the production a success. ' ' v '- --y-yy:,:' s j . Watching the growth of the Outrig ger club, and particularly the Woman's Auxiliary, has been interesting to all who have availed themselves of the club privileges during the warm sum mer months. The auxiliary has grown from a club composed of a small hand ful of girls to an organization with a membership of 400 and a waiting list 'of 175. y-':y-I Some time ago the Woman's Aux iliary, leased tie adjoining strip of land belonging . to the - Bishop estate nd they now plan to remove their bath houses to that part of the grounds making the club site larger and more attractive. - "i:i:y:? ' :.- ' y j r-During the past week several of the members have entertained at delight ful informal swimming ; parties and teas, while several; hundred .of the I members have visited the club to seek ( solace from the heat in the cool waters of the Pacific. Among the hostesses of j the .week were. Miss Dora Ambrose, ! Mrs. W. D. Adams, Miss Inez Gibson, Miss Charlotte Dodge, Mrs. Lichens, Miss WerthmuUer and Mrs. Weaver ' Mrs. Sam Parker, Jr. (Mrs. Marta King), has as her i'nouse-guest at. her beautiful Home J. in Waimea, Hawaii, Miss Alma Davis and Miss ' AHeen Jarrett" Miss Davis was formerly a Honolulu girl and though her Tiome is : in i San ..Francisco; she has "Bpent the past seven years In Europe where she has received an education' in mu sic and! languages. Miss Davisf Is a niece of. Mrs. Parker and a daughter of the beautiful Lydia Cummins 'who was a court favorite during the reigns cf Kalakaua and Llliuokalanf. Like her mother. Miss Davis is noted for her beauty and when not devoted to her studies was seen frequently In European society and when she re turned to San Francisco a short time ago was the motif for a number of delightful society functions. Owing ' to . some misunderstanding with the finance ; committee in charge of the' Regatta celebration last year the Kunalu girls had to bear the entire expenses- of their "open house" that day and it has been decided that there will be no Mancing or refresh ments" at the. girls' beat, house this year. Friends of the Kunalu, however, are Invited to Visit the boat club dur ing the morning to y view the races. This Is the first time since the organi zation of the club that young people have not made merrv there on Regatta day. and all who have formerly ac cepted the hospitality of the . rowing girls hive heard of this year's - deci sion with regret. ; V- C r .i : , j ' '"r'. U The. Morning Music club Is to opeu Its year's work the first part of , Octo ber' under the leadership of its new president Mrs. Royal D. Mead. Though the meetings cf the club are not by any means devoted to the frivolities of the gay social world it is one of Ho nolulu's chief social organizations. During the past year a number of en joyable muslcales - were given by the members and manv of those , whose musical " education has not warranted membership privileges were among the Invited guests.' : Mrs. Ray Baker RIetow, one of Ho nolulu's ycung matrons, has been con fined to the.Queen's hospital forjthe past week, where she has undergone a slight cperaticn. It is expecCed that Mrs. Rietow will have recovered euf ficlently to return to her home the lat ter part of the week. , i -y-r : V.'- - . J J : . News haslieen received in Honolulu that Mrs. Thomas E. WaU, with her attractive little daughter, will remain on the mainland until the Wilhelmina sails for this port. Mrs. Wall was expected in Honolulu in the. Matsonla yesterday. Her many friends ' were keenly disappointed when it wts learned that she would remain away from the islands a few weeks longer. ;.::- ' j . ;-: Among the tourists who came to Ho nolulu Tuesday in the Matsonla were Miss Helen Le Cain of Washington, D. C and Miss L. Harding of Fargo, North Dakota.. Miss Le Cain and Miss Harding are both prominent in social circles In the east. They have taken 'a cottage at the seashore where they, will remain during their visit in the islands.' 'V " - ' . Lieutenant and Mrs. Livingston Wa- trou3 were homecoming passengers in the Matsonla Tuesday ncrning. Mr. ond Mrs. Watrouft wl'l make their home at Schofleld Barracks, where Lieutennt Watroui is stayoned with the 23th Infantry. Lieutenant land Mrs. Watrous have just returned from their honeymoon, which, they spent at Lake Tahoe. .7 . v . Jack and Carter Gait, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gait, sailed for the (mainland In the Manoa Tuesday aft- j ernoon. The Gait boys are exceeding ly popular in the younger Eet and It is nclulu's very cosmopolitan population. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Castle left for San Francisco in, the Manoa Tues- 4 uay- aiieraocn. Air. ana Airs, vasue are planning to spend several months on the mainland. - , ' . " : r Mrs. F. P. Jackson, wife of Captain Jackscn cf the 1st Infantry. Schofleld Barracks, returned from a trip to the mainland In the Matsonla Tuesday morning. - . ' M rs. Carl Widemann has as her always with regret that their riany ;hcuse-uest this week her sister. Mrs. Frank Woods of Hawaii. friends bid them bon voyage as they leave for collese. H I Th nipmhprs rt Hrnolulu lodee Xo. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Alvin Cocn3 trAOTTi nnior nr Phd ni moot were incoming passengers in the Mat-. at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the sonla Tuesday morning. The Cbon headquarters of the lodge, Fort and were married a few weeks agd In n.rtani, Berkeley ana are in Honolulu cn tneir noneymocn. iney wm De tne guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. GJffcrd in Ma- nca valley. .4 Jt En rente to the Orient Mrs. GL McGarry, a well-known society woman cf Memphis, Tennessee, arrived in Honolulu Tuesday by the Matsonla. Mrs. McGarry will remain in Honolulu a few weeks ana nas registered at the Young hotel. -f - Judge Antonto Perry, who with Mrs; Perry has spent several weeks oa the vnafnlntiil ct tf t-In 1 n' 4ri thA lxi a ill sail ur i utu t.v m iwuv uiu its iuo it a sib t LAXATIVE BROMO-QUININE. e. moves the cause. Used the world ovef to cure a cold in one day. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. Mad4 by - . ;- : - ARlS UFnirTfTB CO. RH1m it. mm ' I - ' . ;t. i YOUR WISHES By means cf a properly drawn Will, you . can make certain that your wishes will be exactly car carried out for the beat interests of your children, relatives or friends whom you. wish to benefit. The legal department of this Company is thor oughly . experienced in the drawfng cf Wills, and its services ' will be given free of charge when this Company is named as Executor. Call and consult us It will place you under no obligation. v-v:.:c; :v COlDS CAGlt HEADACHE j M HAWAIIAN TMJST CO.fTP HONOLULU, H.T. CAPITAL (FOIXY PAID) 200,00022 lttH;i!l-!lllili!i'!:-"y!; Matsonla Tuesday morning. Perry, with her v baby daughter; will ' remain in California for some weeks. Miss Pauline Schaefer, daughter of Mr. and M rs.' F. A. Schaefer, has de cided to remain In Honolulu this yeaf- and has been made a member cf the teachers' staff of the Free Kindergart en Association: L - A A A Mrs. Charles Drew returned to the city Tuesday morning after having spent several months on the mainland. It is expected that a number of In formal functions will be given in he: honor this season, 4 " :,..: yy-.A :'A ,a Miss Florence Ballcu, the daughter of Professor and Mrs. F. M. Ballon,, has Written to some other friencs In Honolulu telling of her receptio: j at Smith's college where she has taken up her studlesC ' iv - ... yy -' :':'': ti;- . : "':v- Mr. Albert Christy, "a graduat .of the , Harvard law school, who has ' come to Hcnolulu ' recently to iiake his heme in the islands, is n&w with the law firm of Frear;. Anderson ros ser & Marx, 'r' - y y - Jt --AV?S' ' ' There will be an, Informal . sock il . at; the Parish House onFjrlday.', evening when the lY6u?g-Teop4es Society of the , Christian r. Endeay.crof Central Union "church will eatertain their friends. ;. ... .. ' : ' A A A. .V ls ':y ".." Kindergartening has oecome t fad among Honolulu's ycung society girls and nearly 20 of them spend their mornings amnslngthe children of Ho' a skin or Bgaurv itv aruov rowevtw Oriental Cresini i c.7 uxziul cEAimnra ts-SS 5 VrcklllotfcPMch, 2 5 - . ud AffftTT tlbnUk r,m ' tocUoa. It hu too4 tb Ut Of M TtATM. &Bd - ' io buinlM w tut it to mx It t pro prlr inkd. Accept n coaatrfit of similar mam. Or. L A.Syt Mid to lady W tbo kaattoa (a patwnt): -Ai yo lad Im will w iham. I rocotntnoftd Tiontmur Cma' - aatbaiautDarmfnlof all tbo ki preparation.' itDrrcitaand Dopartmoatatoroa i - FsrlT.RcpUta A Sao, rrtps, S76rtalJooa a, IT. C. Don't -Forg EAKlTaWS It won't be an enjoyable occasion withoutj a bag of fine Ju wHeii they'll be frc roasted every hour. W miake a price concession, too Jumbos are usually 20c the pouiid, but on Friday they,ll y , be sold at window FRIDAY IS FEMUT DAI ' AT y mw)l . :em y , L " Window PHONE 1271 PHONE 1271 - f- - j. r- .t' " .r- ... J- i. . ' - ' Why, Husband! here s one firm Lewers k Cooke who sell ALL the material we need for our new libnie See! They N have crushed rock and sand; lava brick pressed brick; cement; lumber; shingles; laths; Rub eroid roof ing; nails; moulding; doors; sashes; screens; paints; oils; var nishes; stains; wallpaper; window ; shades; and all necessary tools ' to build with. Let's trade with them! It'll be cheaper and bet ter in many ways.'' , "From Ground to Peak of Roof' - See Window 'Displays - Estimates Gladly "Furnished t i f 1 j: "fit H!