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FIVE V ! ,i r' x '-.Vs- Absolutely Pure Tfto ony Baking' Povdcr mado from Roy at Grapo Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, 110 LIME PHOSPHATE Royal Baking powder Cook Book tent Honolulu. I SCHOFIELD SOCIETY I , . , . Kpoial h'tar-Uui;. .n '.rr.rrl'iu J KCltOFlKLI). BKKAIIC KS. Jan. 7. -During th. holidays; a wry much en Joyed evening auction party was given ty Major end Mrs. Edmund Iiutts in honor of som of the new young mar ried people of the "2?t." who have re cently Joined the Regiment froia home. After a number of rubber were, play ed at the four tables, a delicious sup per was served and scores totalled. Among the ladies, Mrs.. Taylor and Mrs. Tinker won the high scores and . th prizes: first, a Morocco card-case, second, a pair of Oriental Inufges. Lieut. Hay won th first gentleman's prize, which was an attractive edition of "Indiscreet Letters from Peking; and Captain Sinclair took the second, a case of card. The guests were Captain, and Mrs.' Sinclair, Lieut ami . Mrs. Donald Hay, Lieut, and Mrs, Rob- ert llarbold, Lieut, and Mrs. Clarence Tlnker, Lieut an-Mrs. RichardTay- lor. Lieut, and' Mrs. Charles Rich, i Jr Th fredy-sliding cord in back adjusts itself lo everv motion or posturey-avoid-bg strain on clothes or 4 shoulders and - ensuring always' Absolute Comfort Avoid imittidons ! They are all, inferior. ' Look for the words ' SHIRLEY PRESIDENT stamped on the buckles. - In this way you will be sure of getting the genuine goods Hght, cool, strong and supremely comfortable, unconditionally guaranteed by the makers. Tte C L Edsrtcn Mfg. C&v Sbhltj, Maaa,U.S. A. For Sal Everywhere , THE vtn HAMftft-TOUNtt CO Honolulu. English Finish "Gold Eagle" : BLUE SERGE SU ITS $22.50. IDEAL CLOTHING CO, LTtt 7 84 Hotel Street , - ' SI EMPORIUM OF ORIENTAL . GOODS. ' . JAPANESE BAZAAR, Fort St, 6pp. Catholic Church. Need Ice?- V PHONE 1128 OAHU ICE CO. .1 'UUJIJvlLUvAV r . a s m x I free on request. Mvwll Addreta box 59 Lieut, and Katie. lira. Ballinger and Lieut. On Wednesday evening. Captain and Mrs. Douglas McCaskey entertained at auction in honor of Major and Mrs. Edwin Winans who leave for the Phi lippines on the next transport. A de lightful time was spent at the game and later an attractive supper enjoy ed. Those present were Major and Mrs. Edwin Winans, Major and Mrs. William Cruikshank. Captain and Mrs. Arthur Cassels, Captain and Mrs. James Parker, Lieut and Mrs. Jerome Pillow, Colonel and Mrs. For syth, Major and Mrs. Ralph Harrison,1 Lieut and Mrs. William Gardenhire' and the host and hostess. The guasts of honor were presented with Bouve- nirs of the occasion, a dainty bag for knitting for Mrs. Winans, and a handy case for Major Winans. Cant Parker won the gentlemen's prize, a set of Japanese coasters, and to Mrs. For- syth fell the ladies' prize in the shape 0e a vase Cf beautiful design. & J Last Saturday Mrs. Andrew Dono- J Van was the "guest of honor at a: very delightful five o clock given Ijr Mrs. Waldo Potter, which Included" as guests all the ladies of the first battalion' of the 1st Field Artillery, j Mrs. William Ennis poured tea at a daintily decorated' table, and later Mrs. Potter and Mrs. David Stone de lighted 'the guests with a number of vocal selections, the ladles singing both in duet and solo. Present were 'MeR(JamTsAttiror Cassels, Roger Ma son, William Ennis, Pelham Glassford. Harold Marr, Louie Beard, Ivens Jones, William Dodds, David Stone, Miss Fealy, Mrs. Donovan and the hnfttp&q . MaJbr acd Mrs. Gose gave an and -Mrs: jevenlnt Auction party on New Year's Eve when after playing a number of rubbers the party went to the club to welcome in the New Year. The win ning scores for the evening were held ; by Captains Hunt and Sinclair and 'LletlL Halie ahf pfUes weer attraeffve were Aiajor ana Mrs. iwnrnna DUlu,''will be th an4 ciiooa nt Captain and MrsSinclair. Captain anaIn3mtJn?tassure!l success of the en- Mrs. Mitchell. Captain and Mrs. Jonn Hunt; Ueut, -and Mrs. Robert Harbold, Lieut. Hatle "and "Lieut and Mrs. Jamek lliggins. I On " Wednesday ihe . Luncheon and Reading- Club held Its' meeting at a picnic on the beach at Haleiwa, where' : the nsual enjoyable order of luncheon ' ladIeg- her pKl ustaUntoS and readings frdm The Last Days ofltne artcan Pcmpeli was rendered additionally at tractive by the alfresco nature of the : day and the bating which is at its : best on Haleiwa beach. Present were Mesdames Livingston Watrous, Joseph Andrews, Louie Beard and Harold Nay lor. Captain and" Mrs. William Browning against Hawaiians in the ap entertalned at dinner on Thursday in Pointinent of marriage license agents honor of Mrs. George Nye, mother of , throughout the territory were convey Mrs. Jvens Jones, who arrived on the ed direct to the official yesterday. In sMatsonia Tor a' visit of, some weeks, reply the treasurer 6aid: jCovere were placed at a prettily -dec-' "Here is the written record of all i orated Uble for Mrs. Nye, Lieut and the appointments I. have made since Mrs. ivens Jones ana licul auu wis, Louie Beard. Captain and Mrs. ' Holbrook fenter- tained at dinner 6n ' Monday evening j third ' taxation division, Hilo, Decem 'of this week for Major and Mrs. Ed-,ber l5;T,.B. Lyons, appointed nar rwfti : .Winans, Lieut, and Mrs. Jerome -riage license agent at Wailuku, De Pillow, Lieut, and Mrs. Robert Donald- cember 14; M. H. Drummond, appoint 1 son and Lieut and Mrs. Richard Kim- jed deputy bank examiner, January 11. ball. - Pink phlox- and pink, shaded) "You can see that thus far the hon t candles combined to make a daitfty ors are about even, as between Ha itable. - - I wallans and white men. I have no j . -: i-; .. V :. $ I policy of the kind mentioned. In se- ( : Lieut and Mrs. Raws on Warren en- lecting marriage license agents the .tertained with dinner and auction for(ruie established by my predecessor Captain and Mrs.-William Chitty, Cap d. L. Conkling, shall be adhered to' tain and Mrs. George Apple: Captain That iS( marriage license aeenis hdu airs, fnuin uutucu &uu mCuu lurougnout ine terrltorjr shall be dep Mrs, OrviUe TylervTne prtxes were Juty tax assessors. Sorely no one can won by CapUln Chitty and Lieut Ty- find reason ! in that for conmlalnt ler and consisted of boxes of candy ' Captain . and . Mrs. Apple entertain ed at dinner for captain and Mrs. nl T mZ. MJ il L SlPttln SZ7 Yi?!fn Tmeby Martin. Red carnations and candle shades on a round table made an attractire setting for the enjoyable dinner. -. . r V. Lieut and Mrs. Harold Marr gave a-dinner on Wednesday for Captain and Mrs,: William Ennis and Captain and Mrs.' WMfam Brpwning. A grace ful arrangement of bright-hued nastur tiums filled a bowl as centerpiece at the artistic table. Lieut, and Mrs. Harold Nay lor en , tertained at . dinner on Thursday for .Captain and Mrs Douglas McCaskey, Lieut and Mrs. William Gardenhire 'and Lieut and Mrs. Jerome Pillow. , The Monday Auction dub. met with Mrs. James Parker this week. Mrs. Frank Hopkins. Mrs. Gideon Van Poole and Mrs. Joan Hunt winning the prizes for the afternoon. On'FrfdayiCaptain and Mrs. Wil- iliam Ennis gave a dinner for Mrs. 1 George Nye "XJeut and Mrs. Ivens Jones and Lut and Mrs. Louie Beard. ; .' 8T A R-BTJLLKT1H GIVES YOU TODirS SEWS TODAY . .." " ' ' ;i Society Out En Masse Tonight for Army Relief Ball at Fort Shatter : i W u i OV t ... ' B A mi. 1 From Fort Shafter to Fairyland is the trip-thatjwjlt be made by several hundreds of civilians and service so- ciety folk tonight, who are planning to attend the masquerade ball to be giv- en at the transformed aimy pest The affair Is for the, benefit cf the, Army Keuer society, and tne combined pros- pect of aiding a splendid charity and having a splendid time has caused a keen demand for the limited number of tickets that were put on sale. Headquarters building has been . wrecked and remade within the last few days. Thousands of colored in- i i i. . , i i-uuueisctuis wave ueen sirunn on wana and celling of the' club rc-ms and hop room, and thousands mere will glow I within the tents where refreshments and supper are to be served. Enough , ! canvas has been pitched to shelter a regiment, the space between head quarters and the next set of quarters being changed into a. veritable tent city for the accommodation - of the guests. Festoons of greens dotted with pin-points of electric light have! been used to -enhance the beauty and originality of the w hole. The committee of ladies tnat has charge of arrangements and the gen eral management of the bal masque These who form the committee are Mrs. French,; wife of Col. Francis H. French, the "post commander; Mr3. Smith, wife of Maj. Erneste V. Smith, and Mrs. Lenihan, lfe of Maj. Mich ael J. Lenihan. Mrs. French is the local nrwiMenf of the society's branch and the other - piui.iiai asaisutQLS Ili the arfangemenU of the ball tonight. no race favored for s jobs, says McCarthy Reports that Territorial Treasurer C. J. McCarthy is showine discrimina- wu""b iuw iuia umce; f aimer r. vvooas, appointed marriage license agent for Honolulu, November. 2; O. T. Shlpman. aoDointed Woods is the only agent hot a deputy assessor." pav r-u, al,a In eruPtin- Columns of dark 'moiflr arise and volcanic ash fell for miie8 around I j . n , -i One Good 'YREE'S Pinch of lyrce's ANTISEPTIC POWDER ) Antiseptic Powder t a plat of water makes a tandard aBtlarptle ' aojotlon ready for Immediate tw. Give tnitant relief to eatarrhal and Infected condition! of the mu eoua Baembrane. CXEQUAUlPI AS A DOUCHE. j f Tyreea AnUseptle rowder 1 powerful frermlcide and pre .TentiTa of diaeane. and doa way with the use of dan;er oua. , poiaonoua, ao-cmUed tini tar? remedies, sncta aa carbolic arid, aolpbatt of cine, blcbloridf tablet, etc. A 25c buz of Tyree's An eptic Powder makes 2 riUona of standard antiseptic solution. ' For sals by druaists atery where. . BEND FOR FREE S A MPLS AND BOOKLET. 25c, 50c, $1 J. S. TYREE, Chemist Inc., ' WaanlBfrtea. n. C. V f " A ft A '- n"- - - if vfjr-- . ) i.:2sww i i "i, ...in J i I - A I i jS ii an y y , Kodagraph Prints. J Transport Dance on Young Hotel The management of the Alexander Young Hotel announces a dance in honor of the officers and first cabin passengers "of the transport Sherman to be given on the roof garden of the hotel tomorrow (Wednesday) evening beginning at 9 o'clock. Tourists, offi cers of the army and navy and their ladies and local society folk are in vited to attend. advertisement. mm 9 Calvin Austin,' president of the Eastern Steamship Corporation, was appointed receiver of that corporation. None of the creditors opposed the ap pointment. - Sixty-five Cuban soldiers were ar rested in Havana as a result of a mu tiny in which they - wished to avenge the death of a comrade killed by the 1 police during a riot j MrsT Roy Ard of Iola, Kansas, was shot dead from ambush, while driving in an auto With her husband near Elseraore, Kansas. f C5 AO Xl I V D..VX ; . I III i f ! ! II I t I 11 .1 S ? i YhA c Roof Garden I . ! t - ' t r HAVAU CHINESE i CHARGED WITH I SELLING OPIUM Ie Tip, a Chinese of Hilo. was brought to Honolulu by Deputy Mar shal Albert Harris today to stand trial in the local federal court on a charge of selling pcisoncus drugs and having opium in his pcsession. He was ar rested Saturday afternoon by Byron Baird. deputy collector of custom I at Hilo. According to Mr. Baird. who is in , Honolulu a& a witness in the case, the 1 t"h!ntse was arrested about IS min i utcs after hp had teen acquitted in the Hilo county court on a charge i similar to the one which the govern I ment holds against him. After arrest j ing the Chinese Mr. Baird notified the j local marshal's office and Deputy Mafr j shal Harris was sent to Hilo for the j prisoner. Two tins and a hern, each partially filled with a substance be- lieved to be opium, weje taken by Mr. Baird from Lee Tip's tailor rhop. No I date has been 9et for a preliminary hearing of the case bjore the United States commissioner. Owing to the repeated raids which the marshal's office has made on opium dens in f arious parts of Hono lulu, the price of the poppy drug is said to have risen from ill'5 lo $250 a pound in the last inonth.Mr. Baird says that opium now is worth $:Ui a pound in Hilo. ! GIRLS! THICKEN AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR Bring: bark U gloss In si re, rharm and get rid of dandruff Try the moist cloth To be possessed of a head of heavy, beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff is mere ly a matter of using a little Dander lne. It is easy and inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of it Just get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine now all drug stores rec ommend it apply a little as directed and within ten minutes there will be an appearance of abundance; fresh ness, fiuffiness and an incomparable gloss and lustre and try as jrou will you cannot find a trace of dandruff or falling hair; but your real surprise will be' after about two weeks' use, when you will see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair sprouting out all over your scalp Danderine is, we believe, the only sure hair grower; destroyer of dandruff ajid cure for itchy scalp and It never fails to stop falling hair at once. , If you want to prove how pretty and soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth with, a little Danderine and carefulfy draw it through your hair taking one small strand at a time. 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