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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, :XOTOri3ER 3. 1915.
' 5 TELLS L'OuEll
HbwSHs Helped During
r Change of Life By Lydia E.
f CornpouAd. f
rhtladelphia, P.'I am jMt52ya
of age and daring Change of life I puf-
feredfor fix year
terribly. I tried sev
eral doctors but none
seemed' to give me
any relief. Ev'erjr
month the pains were
intense in both sides,
and made me so
weak that I had to
0 to bed. At last
a friend recommen
ded Lydia E. Pink
Compound to me and I tried it at once
end found much relief. After that I
had no pains at all and could do my
housework and shopping the same
as always. For years I hare praised
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for what it has done for me,
and shall always recommend it as a wo
man's friend. You are at liberty to use
my letter in any way." Mrs.THOKSON,
&3 W. Russell St, Philadelphia, Pa.
Change of . life is one of the most
critical periods of a woman's existence.
Women everywhere should remember
that there is no other remedy known to
carry women' so successfully through
this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkh&m't
eje table Compound. '; "... 4 ." ';.
If you Trant special ndrico
write to LydU E. Pinlcham Med
icine Co. (confidential), Lynn,
Ilass. Your letter trill be opened,
read and answered by a woman
cad held in strict confidence
Prompt and Accurate Work
Fr ctory on - premises.
Special . lenses ground
to id r'd e r, including
TORIC and KEYP-'
A; N. SANFORD
.Cctton tidy- .
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.. Right from the Churn Not ' '.
' Clabbered with Tablets. .
THE GENUINE ARTICLE
BUTTER FRESH DAILY
. 'COTTAGE CHEESE-
r 1 Four Flavors Daily
Delivered Any Time
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OHIEFiTAL GOODS '
Vidto StocI: of every
'?The Best at Any
: ; Price." 3;;rv-
Fort St., Cor. Panahl
NEW. YORK DRESS CO.
" H.l F. DAVISON, Designer
A visit will be profitable for
"r ' Pantheon Building,
Fort and .Hotel Phone 3857
iYJAKAKUWA & CO.
r .i;. v,Limited.
-N AMCOr CRABS, packed In
Sanitary jCans, wood lined.
- Nuuanu St. near King St
Many Honolulana te Return.
When the Matsonia arrives In !!o
nolalu next week she win bring home
many of tbe Honolulu society folk, who
have been visiting,' on the mainland
during tbe summer. Among those
who are booked to make the home
ward trip are Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dow
setL Mrs. Dowsett recently went east
with her sister-in-law, Mls Alleen
Dowsett. Mr. and Mrs. George Sher
man, who have been in California and
New York for some months are also
expected home Wednesday. Mr. and
Mrs. Gerrit Wilder, who have spent a
delightful simmer tcurlng California,
expect to return on the boat as do
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder. Mrs. J.
A. Gllman and her daughter. Miss Cor
delia Oilman, who have for tbe past
year made Berkeley their home, are
planning to return to the islands by
the Matsonla. Mr. and Mrs. John Ash
ley, who took a short trip to the ex
position, will return, as will Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hind and tbelr two daugh
ters, the Misses Margaret and Erma.
Among tbe new visitors to the Isl
ands who will come in the Matson
liner are Mr. and Mrs. Moses G. Spiro.
wno win spend tneir Honeymoon in
w wait siuu frucu iivucjuiwu a u
tbe islands. Their. weddinr !!! take
place a short time before the Mat
sonia sails. The bride-to-be is the
daughter of Governor and Mrs. Alex
ander of Idaho.
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Miss E. E. Owens Feted.
Miss Emelie Eleanor Owene, the
beautiful daughter of Captain and
Mrs. Arthur Owens who were formerly
stationed in - Honolulu, has been one
of the most popular of the younger
girls at Mare Island during the past
vpnr. It wan TTctei that MIm Owmi
would make her formal . debut in so- j
clety this winter, but word from Wash
ington recently ordered the Owens to
New York and so the popular service
belle will "come put" In the East
When she was in .Honolulu Miss
Owens attended none of the "grown
up" affairs bt was one of the most
popular members of the academy set
nu . wu wrnuw wieu8ieijr .ujr
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her schoolmates. There was much re
gret expressed when she left the is
lands and her friends are always glad
when mail day brings some word from
her. .. . - - , ' '
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Well-known Society Folk.'
Society's plans are ever variable.
nf : t; mfTvhiu
take Miss Ysabel Chase and sail away
to Honolulu, and now, as I was -about
to announce, a unique and .magnifi
cent entertainment at Uplands within
the next fortnight, the Templeton
Crockers tell me their plans are of a j
migratory order and that any day now
I may expect to hear that an overland
train Is bearing them on to New York,
The George, Popes and the Joseph D. J
urania, tne uamei .ajurpnys ana me
Clement Toblns are all planning East-
ern trips. But they will all be nere
again in January or before, and the
social campaign is never In run swing
until alter the Christmas holidays. j
San Francisco Exatnmer, I
jl- jl 'jl - : i ;riHoyt UrS. M.C and Mrs. Hoyt-The
Tea is Postponed, v . 7 ; V v 5 '
Mrs. F, C. Lyser and Mrs. G. Fred I
Bush have postponed ; the ' Invita- j
Hons to tea to meet Mrs. Morris Bis-1
sel, Mrs. Mars ton Campbell and Mrs. I
North from Tuesday, November 9 to
Thursday, November 11. on account
of the boat being delayed. I I
Mrs. North and "Mrs, Blssel re re-
turnlne to Honolulu after Beveral
ears" absence and It'" Is with ; great j
anticipation that their old-time .friends
are looking forward to meeting them I
again. Mrs. Bissel brines her Dretty I
daughter, Elea&ore, who , will be ; a j
much-feted guest of the younger set 1
' Mrs. Marston Campbell, one or ilo-
nolulu's best; kmmn society women, Jly
is returamgr after . a yisit of , some
weeks at the fair. ' ; , '
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Mr. and Mrs. George C. Beckley . j
Entertained.: . ''v-
Mr. and Mrs. Georee C. Beckley. J
who havp hpn visiting In Pnllfnrnln. 1
San ; Diego recently by , the Claus
ShrprkAlst nr th affair th- sn rrn.
Cisco Chronicle says:
AThe San Diego home, of Mr. and
of a small dinner on the evening'of
October 16. - Mr: and Mrs. George C
Beckley of Honolulu, ' Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Leslie Moon and Lieut. T. H,
Hoyt, T U. . S. M. C, .. and . Mrs.' Hoyt
shared In its pleasure. The table was
adorned with a basket of yellow chry
umthemums, to which were attached
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Spreckels recently returned to San
Diego from the Imperial valley."
To Spend Their Honeymoon in Hawaii
Honolulu, society folk will be Inter-.
ested In the following clipping from a nf
mainland society column regarding L.nMi (n Mo hnma pnrtiand: nr.
the approaching marriage of Miss
Leha Alexander and Mr. M. E. Spiro: jand'return to Honolulu about Decern-
l ue cuimmaiion oi anoiner expo-1
biuou romance win u reicnea woeu ,
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me weaaing oi xuss wns Aiexauaer, i
daughter of Governor and Mrs. Moses
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of this city will be solemnized at the
nome or ine onaes parents m ooise
on uciooer 20. spiro leu xor noise 1 , ;
opiro is a prommeni young ous-ihav nnt nnmm lmm-rm th main
nessman 01 mis cuy.
"Followlng the wedding the couple Unr, in the Manna v8trdav morn.
in j . . . . j 1
erai weeas ouraiion 10 me Hawaiian
Islands. " ' ' . " ;
"They Mill return about December 1
and make their home in this city. -
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Wedding of Interest on the Mainland.
From the East has come the an
nouncement of the marriage of Miss
Harriet Buchanan and Lieut. Benjamin
TniYCIUnillE EYE CEIiD? I
Tot V&U We&k, WaUry Ctm SAd I
QRANULATtD EYELIDS II
wm aep&rc or a mmeymoon 01 aev-ifnc
Franklin Tilley, which will be of Inter
est to the local service set:
: The many San Francisco friends of
Lieut; Benjamin .. Franklin Tilley will
be Interested to know of bis' mar
riage, which took place in Richmond,
Vsw, Wednesday. The bride was Miss
Harriet . Buchanan. V Lieut Benjamin
Franklin Tilley. TJ. S. N., Is the son
of the laUr Rear-admiral B. F. Tilley
a nd . M rs. Tilley of Annapolis. ' who
were ststioned at Mare island .for a
long time after their return from Sa
moa, where Admiral Tilley . was gov
ernor. ' Lieut Tilley was a favorite, in
the younger set of San Francisco and
at Mare island. His bride is a belle
In Richmond, and. is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Baldwin Buchanan.-
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. Reception at Kamehameha Honoring
Two, New Principals..
Complimenting the two new princi
pals of Kamehameha schools; Miss
Abbie Newton of the girls' school and
Mr. C. R. Bostwlck of the boy's 3chool,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Charles Webster
!f V'ESS 5fLBSi
at their home. . Yellow and white was
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yellow chrysanthemums and white
daisies! c Green palms and ferns were
used throughout-the rooms. In the j
receiving llne were the .host and hos-
teas and the guests jof honor. Despite
w . mnpwow.. fw su"
numbered about three hundred and
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Mr. and Mrs. A; G, Ha wet
In San Francisco. a :
Mr. and : Mrs. Alexander- G. Hawea, ,
formerly of Honolulu, are now in San
Francisco where they ; are enjoying
meeting their old friends and "doing
'ne .POUlon. The Hawes have not J
iTS' ?J?llu JSL SSKi!i
l, J ?J?lyi7JL! 'i?f
t... .-t..A AAn.ivaiw l
rk k- m-a.
,f . late . Aieiander - G.
WU, UJ UlC4t 1IKUUI UU ...CUUOJ
Hawes, father of Mr. Hawes, who dur-
In e his lifetime waa one of the Drom-
inent members of the Bohemian Club.
r.Avsrnar Plnkhant Entrtalna fi I
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.Governor U E.' Pinkham ; entertain-i
ed at an elaborately appointed dinner
Monday. evening at his home on Luna-'
r artfner wimmsnilpr of ' the Hawaiian
d epartmentMalor-general. Carter and j
Mrs. . Carter.
Covers ; were laid for
twenty-six - :, '-. v v
: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker Rletow
celebrated their' fourth .wedding anhl-
versary: with an;5 faoxmaidlner; at f !r elandGBnyalJ France
Heinle's .Tayern .lastrenlng.:; : v::''.1SSen predominate. tRf
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., Mr. and Mrs. Claus Spreckels were
hosts at a small dinner m their San
Diego home Saturday evening, which
was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. George
Beckley of Honolulu, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Leslie Moon and Lieut" T. H.
Iround table was adorned' with a bask-
et of . yellow i 'chrysanthemums, to
which were attached toy -balloons in
red and yellow. '
Mr. Spreckels . " recently ' returned
from a trip through Imperial (yalley.
San Francisco CalL :
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n Is a deep regret to their mends
that Major-general and' Mrs. William
Henry Carter leave Honolulu perma-
nently on Friday; Mrs. Carter has
teen one of the most; gracious nos-
tesses' Honolulu' has known and has
made a host of friends botn . In the
service set and among civilians; i Mrs.
Carter is being entertained extensive
this week. . Major-general carter
was a guest of honor at an Aa viuo
luncheon today. 1
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. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit. Wilder nave
decided, to extend their stay here two
weeks longer, and - will sail. Wednes-
day, ' November 3, lor their : home Jn
Honolulu. They will, give up their
apanmenis tomorrow ana . spena ice
next two weexs ai me raiace noieu
Col. and Mrs. B. F,. Cheatham have
lighted to again' be in San Francisco.
Mrs. Cheatham, who was formerly
Miss May Denman, is a sister of Mr.
William Denman. San Francisco Ex
aminer. : -
..M'BTJu . jq,,u
tion, Mrs. John Walker and her daugh-
ter. Miss Kathleen Walker, were
'ntr tha :Atmnrt1nw nMmP9mJL Jn th
Wilhelmlna when 1 she left for-San
Francisco. , -
Mr. George Butz, assistant manager
fi--PiMMntfmVMAtf h. Wn
,nn .,B vm i.9 i . th. .nnm.
Mri, f.t P. RlakA was imnnr th
departlng passengers in the Wilhel-
mlna this morning. a visitor 'to ' the
faIr Mr8. Blake Wlll remain In San
Francisco about five weeks.
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Mv- inH Mr W . w Rrtnrt1. whit
land. Were amonr the retnrnlne nas-
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Mr. Rex Baccus, associated with E.
O. Hall & Son, is leaving Honolulu on
Thursday In the Sonoma for a ' short
stay In southern California.
1 1 KAUAI SOCIETY NOTES
From the Garden. Island comes the
following budget of Kauai social gos-
The Ou Club's October entertain
ment took the form of a Hallowe'en
party, held at-Llhue social, halLtr n
noun cement cards had been rent stat
In g that "aheeta and -pillow rases'!
were in, order, f Acrordingly : aq ik
reared' in correcl ghost garb." 8rert
wefrd masks beings interspersed fare
The stsge had been very, effect! re
ly decorated In .most approved Hallow-'
e'en style under the. direction of Mrs.
W.-'H. Grote and1 Miss K. Ommanrieyl
while 1n the dim-lit ball MIrvK. Wood
presided over tbe ;, witches cauldron
from ' which lurid green, flames, were:
emittedwell contrasted by the bright
red glow apparently; burning from the
logs beneath. vy y';y
" All gathering around the .fire, a num
ber of "ghost stories" were told by va
rious members and' guests, after which
new members were initiated Into the
mysteries of Oudom.' Various games
and tests of skill were also participated-
in. r :'.' ":
A peanut race between the presid
ing judges of the two local benches
caused much mirth and excitement
It is not quite clear, however, to whom
the honors went' . - ; -
Dancing and refreshments rounded
off a very enjoyable evening, the nov
clty and Informality Of the affair lend
Ing greatly to its success. .
Deverill-Lee. '; r
The following cards - have . been
Mrs. Sarah Benson Deverlll requests
h hnnnr r mir nrpsonc at the mr.
riage of Miss Barbara Ella Lee to Mr.
Edward Gervas Deverlll oh Sunday
morning, November 14; 1915, at 11 :33
o'clock, HanaleL .; '' -
Mrs. B. D. Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Baldwin gave' a. dellghtf uV
small Hallowe'en party at their Maka
well home Saturday evening." There
wer(J e, Qt married) cpdples present
nd all enjoyed : the occasion im-
Wddina si Makaweli. : . . .
' The weddin? of Wm." Wolf, super.-
. c. .
intendent of the Lawai cannery, ana
Miss Helen Bryant wiiyaKe.piace ai
the residence of the bride a ; parents,
Makaweli, Saturday evening.
Afternoon HailOWe en.
Mrs. N. H. Browne gave a liauow
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e'en party ai ner Mnaw u u1.o,v-
ana mucn enjoyea uumuvr v.
laoies or ine ne.gur -
Mr. ;md 'Mrs. Wm.! Krusfr of Kekaha
hftVA announced the; engagement of
their niece, Helen A. Gardner of Ka-:
laheo, to George Wramp of Kekaha..
Thdrp are 924 womenito every l.OOQ
men in the United Stales while in;
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Stop in our store this week and see how many of the
are on display in; our. fall merchandising exposition.
wanted.' Making reliable products more accessible i s
to the consumer. , O.
s- Ajfew iguaranteed products that you may hot know we carry: - O'Cedar -IIops, Kleen
: Kups, Florrace OU Cook Stovesi Jap-a-Lacr . Thermos Bottles, Cleanable Eefrigerators,
r JffoxjverVaum Cleaner,4 Universal Cutlery, ' Witts Ash Cans, Wear-Ever Aluminum
Ware, Lightning: Freezers, Scot Tissue Towels. , ; y.y';.
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53-65 King Street '
Among Watches V:
-.'T -; is the WaLTIIAM. .Jt's .accuracy, is unques
IrC1 .tionednd unquestionable; it's durability is far
-:. " v,V . , - : Gold, Silver and '. 'I ,' ;";;V . '..J
;J''i ? .. ::':': :y: 'rPlatinumsmiths. ' : 4 . ' .' .
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GOOD; HOUSEKEEPING WEEK, November 1st to 6th, is to impress this fact on the
people of Honolulu, to make them realize as never before the' number of standardized
guaranteed products they can buy right at home, to as good advantage as anywhere else
on earth. J r- ' ' ::::' :. '. :- . . ; . '- ; : '- . ' ' ' y
FOLLOW THE CROWDS-LIAKE US A VISIT THIS WEEK
'House of Housewares"
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: ramea ana unsurpassea, yei noiinng is saen
, ficed in it 's appearance, for a Waltham is a'
. jeVel of ..flawless beauty. Truly this watch
-bears theDoart and' IS the inark 'of the thor-
We carry 1 a: complete line:
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H. F. Wichman & Go.
We save -yon-the fret and
crpwded cars and heavy bundles. We save you;
time and'money too '
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By. specializing in nationally advertised igoods we
"are able to offer our customers in Honolulu guar
anteed, dependable merchandise to as good ad-
v, vantage as the. stores of ; New
The price is the same, the quality is the same to
vou .in Honolulu; as in . the
centers. w n .'' -V
goods that, you have .read about and wanted to 'sec V
Very likely, you will see some things that you have 'J .
one important service of nationally advertised goods rr
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worry of shopping ,
York or Chicago.,
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