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HONOLULU ST A H BUT .LETT. 7. YCKDXFJSP A V, X XUA BY -f, 1,191 7.
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Tilt: LEAH I HO UK L'ENEFIT BONO daughter. Mn. Stuart Dunbar of Molo- Great Northern from the re'eano
HEC1TAL kaL Mr. Dunbar Is now tbe gne&t,
The manam.t of tte Moana of Mrs. August Dreier. She has a host , Mrs. J. A. Hartford cr Xew Yok Is
Ilctel Is to gltea oeneflt cencert on of friends here, who will extend a again vis t'n the inlands sod has ber
Thursday eren!nt February 8 -tat hearty ftreetinjc. She leaves cn Tues-'apartment at th llrana
I iroceeds to be used for the tfflict4 day for Moloksl and will return on tb? i
iof I-eabi Home. There 15 surely no 17th and will lea ye here on the 2-tli I
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wnanniu, uoift i want ysa at , -. r-I f it r u
kno w the good. Lydia E.- Pinkham's
pound has dooe for
me. 1 sra in sach
bad health from ft
malt troubles that
I could hardJy ret
off my bed. I had
teen doctoring 'or
ft long time and my
mother said, 'I want
too to try Lydia E.
I did, ftndithaseer-
ruhlic than this one of caring fori Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Pitman t.t Itos-
those who are so afflicted that they ten are in Hawaii for a visit This
sre unab.e to care for themselrcs. fs the first trip in 50 years that Mr.
tk!y taadtme ft well woman. I am
r-ble to do my house work and am so
hippy as I never expected to go around
me way I do seam, and i want otnert
to know what Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vejp
t UUt Compound has done for me
"-Urs. Jcsix CorKEK. 1CC8 Haxrtaon
Are., Fsirmonnt, Cincinnati, Ohio. V
- woman ssfTerinr from any form of
frrr i!e troubles should lose hope until
tl t hsi rlrea Lydia E. Pinkhftmra Vet-e-U"sCc"pouadmflrtrUL
1:..'f fxisous remedy, the medicinal
J- 1' tJ cf which art derived from
il-J. 3 rocts and herbs, has for forty
j:- j proved to be a most valuable tonic
tzi x'.zzrttor of the femalt orranism.
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ia the natural.result of fit-.-tins:
difficult cases proper--
fly. " ' Continual interest in
ou"n; .patrons ; safeguanl;
thohi"; against vr1neorrec!
classes,' imd assures them
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of perfect satisfaction.
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e -usual members monthly
-.Iram Dsnco will be held at
i'raVlIIon on' , . " ' ::-.-,
U ginning at 8:15 p. u.
To assist the commltteft ; (and
::!ves), members ere reQuest-
I.to tecurt their tickets before
events of the dance;
- ts:!nnln3 at 1:J3 p. m. until
; (two shows) 8:33 and 8:50
; . ;.L ' rncc ram for. to day
' AfiD CVCNING' " '
! " v-.tvrt? (three-part comedy
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Cin ' FrancUco Chtna
t ." -ciUcnat) Ci4nay..V " .
An':4," (ccmeiy) Uutln.
The late Mr. Alexander Young- had
this institution very near his heart
and really did a great deal for the
home. The management announces
that Mrs. Riley Hj AUen and Prof.
Joaquin Wanrell will present ac even
ing of song in furtherance of this
v orthy charity.
The program will be given In full
about the end of the- week, as will
the list of patronesses for the deserv
The concert will take place in the
Isrge hotel dining room and should be a
treat Both singers ' have sung in
many of the affairs given here.
v. SOCIAL AFFAIRS AT THE
' ' Things- social at the Pleasantoo
keep the guests in a happy mood, for
entertainment ' Is planned for their
pleasure daily. The Corelll trio, with
the harp and two violins, is a pleas
ant change from the ordinary music.
It plays ever evening during the din
ner haur and on Sunday give an even
Last evening the Pleasanton Hotel
was packed. It Is said that hnndreds
of people witnessed the ezniDiuon
hula, crowding uie pavilion to its ut
most Dancing on the lanal was then
enjoyed until midnight.. The stringed
trio played alternately with another
; organ nation and rendered, a splendid
program. - ; Cv; -" ' ;
j Tomorrow evenlnf Ppof. J. F. Rock
will deliver' & lecture at the hotel pi
der the auspices of the Outdoor Circle
on tropical gardens. The Illustrations
. art excellent and .were selected per
sonally by Prof, Rock during his tour
of Java and represent some . of 1 the
flneet gardens in that country of na
tore's beauty. - ' ; :-T r.r
j Tuesday evening he dining room
of ' the Pleasanton held 300 dinner
guests, there being 16 outside dinner
' parties.' Manager Wilmarth Is living
. up to the reputation he brought here
as a capable manager and splendid
'host '. '; , '-
A IJ2CTURE AT THE PLEASANTON
1 y Mr. J. F Rock will give an ilinstratv
'ed' lectureon" Thursday" evening at
8 : 15 at the Pleasanton Hotel, i Th
lecturt la given under ..the .apspices
of the Outdoor Circle and a very cor
dial invitation is extended to everone
In Honolulu to attend The talk will
becn thflrtine tropical gardens It has
hasn ft 'Rnrt'a nrlTiln lo see. and
y j he brings Hawaii n illustrated mes-
Xpagvromjava gardens, telling a
. tttoiy tliat applies to Hawaii neL- No
a admission is asked as the lecture is
'; an educational one "and much garden
ing knowledge may be gleaned- from
the , splendid k lantern - slides that will
be shown by Mr., Rock. . Pictures! of
many of the finest gardens and Indi
vidual palms and plants .will be among
, the many Interesting scenes shownT .
MR. -ANP MR3. GEORGE O'NEIL'S
-u - .. DINNER. '
this evening at the Pleasanton
Hotel Mr. and Mrs. George O'Nell are
celebrating their wedding anniversary
by givinc,a. dinner. The table la to
be very beautifully ! decorated. I A
broad, low basket will hold violets and
maidenhair fern and the tall basket
handle wUl be tied with tulle hi tones
of lavender. and purple.1 r s V
' Dancing on. the lanal Is to be in
Joyed after dinner. : ;
Mr. ' and 1 Mrs. CNeafa guests w 111
be Mr. and Mrs." Emil C Peters, Mr.
and Mrs. Edvrard W. Quinn, Mrs; P; C.
M. Thlebeau and Mr. Chester Doyle. ",
, Dr. and Mrs.;C. "F. Stough enter
tained Mr. E. G. Keene on the occa
sica of Mra.; Stough'tf blrthdayiDr
and Mrs. Stough are from Colorado
Springs, , whert the doctor has an 'ex
tensive . surgical -practise.-- They-expect
to be here for several months
and he proposes to return next! win
ter and send his patients here as he
claims it to be a climate par excel
lence for arteriosclerosis and high
blood pressure, r'id
Mrs.'. L." I -Dunbar .arrived, on -the
Great Northern to . visit with : her
Pitman has paid to the land of his
birth. He was a brother of the late
Mrs. Mary Pitman Allan, who was the
widow of Mr. Jack Allan. Mrs. Allan
was acknowledged to be one of the
brightest women Hawaii has pro
duced. Dr and Mrs. W. E. Miner of Kansas
City are guests at the Moana. They
plan to remain until ApriL Dr. Miner
is one of the leading physicians o
the Middle West They are charmed
wkh all they have seen of the Isles
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy of Hllo, who has
been In Australia on a visit was a
home-coming passenger yesterday
mornJngrv Mr. Kennedy came from
Hllo to meet Mrs. Kennedy. Both
left for their Island home today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Burns of Great
Falls, Montana, and Dr. and Mrs. A.
B; Simpson of Calumet Michigan,
make up a party of copper people who
arrived on the Great Northern. They
are at the Young.
Mr. George M. Rolph, after a short
etay here, where he was extensively
entertained by many Honotulans, In
cluding Governor Lucius E. Plnkham,
was a departing passenger on the
Mr. and i Mfi JF. E. i Chamberlain
hive joined J. the ''Come Back Clnb."
They were here last year and ' have
already made reservation for the same
Moana apartment for 1918.
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Mr. and Mrs. AvWVPeet, with their
son' and daughter, Mr." Herbert Peet
and Miss Mildred Peet are in Hono
lulu for their first visit They win
leave oh February 7.
The many friends of Mrs. William
U Hopper are delighted .at her -convalescent
progress. This week she
was ; taken . from the hospital and Is
new at home.
iirs. George - Augur, who has been
back in, Honolulu from the Orient for
three months, left for San Francisco
ortthe Manoa to .visit her son, Morris.
Ira.lJ. B.;. Martlndale and her
daughter. Miss J. , Martlndale, promi
nent society women", of. New York
ciyV: are Jnt Honolulu, for their first
appearancjt ..; .. v . : ,
Mias Mars-m Honprr wts a lun
cheon hostess yesterday hnorfng ner
house-gitett -l3a I-oyd. "
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Miss Helen KimbaU of rcston Is
again a visitor in Honolulu, coming in
on the Great Northern.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Strieker of De
troit Michigan, are guests here. This
is weir nrst trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Scott and their
daughter. Miss Ethel, of Chicago are
at the Moana.
Capt and Mrs. Orville Tyler are
home a.'ter a short visit to the main
land. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. T. Bottomley
left on the Manoa for a mainland trip.
HAT MODELS AT
. A splendid assemblage of super
smart beautifully tailored Fifth
Avenue and French conceits in mil
linery is on display at Miss Power's,
2nd loor, Boston Block, above Henry
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HAWAIIAN : SOn3s UfA) HULA i
MUSIC BY DUDE MILLER'S
GLEE CLUB .
SPECIAL DINNER. $1.00.
Canape a la Bayone
Chicken Coneomjne, Dutchess -Green
Boiled Halibut Maitre D'Hotel - :
.. Boiled Kurnu, Holandalse Sauce
thd coast , Mr. t Myers is goins np. for
treatment and possible operation on
if n': and - MrxF. B. Patterson . of
Dayton, Ohio,' entertained a . ,t ew . pf
their friends at dinner ,aV, the Moana
Saturday night preceding -the dance.
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"Mr, and : Mrs. X' o :. Howard and
their daughter Miss Marjory Howard,
of Kansas City, are In Honolulu. They
plan td remain a month. ; "
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: Mr. and Mrs. James Hind and Miss
Maud Hind of Oakland arrived on the
Matsonia.t! They are going to Hawaii
for a visit . . :
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Ralph . AX and Herbert S.- Morris ;of
St Louis are again paying a visit to
the IslandsVand are stopping at the
Moana. j ; , - .: -
:Mrr and; rsVtoh'R.;al;;wnQ
were to have- retained on the -lat
sonia, are delayed owing to Mr. Galfa
fllnees. -.- -v -.- - -i ,.u -
- Mr. and Mrs; C, C.'Hoefer of Kansas
City -are enjoying their stay: et the
Moana and plan to come again next
winter. . ' ; : .-, r ; , , j -:..
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Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Lewis are nome
after a 1sit to the mainland. TneT
have their former apartments at the
. Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Wall ''- and
Mlsj - Roselle Wall arrived' on the
Baked Stuffed Bell -J Peppers, Demi
.:jiZ-:m-:--iiL-' wi:- -.. 4 - -.'.4 .
.Rt;;1-" .MrancenQ ,k. iiyera ier;: on Roast Island Chicken, Sage Dressing-
, anoa.,ior an.exienaea - w i . i. Roaat Ler f Port-
Roast Ley f Poric,i Apple Sauce ;ti
Fried Sweet Potatoes - 8tring Beans
' ' Celery 'and. Apple Salad
, -Vanilla Ice Cream Cakes :
Pineapple Special Mine Pie
Cabinet Pudding Small Cakes
" Cafo Noir
Slttlnga by Appointments 4682
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San Francisco's likeable
XitM akht--iv Kim
Obadlah Rich; Manager
All GHIPLIEUT OF THE HEW SPRING "SWIM KAPS" JUST OPENED
YOTO INCPIICTION ZQlmlWXllV ' PRICES FEOI 35c tTP.
You wUl ftsdthe EcxaU Drug Store equipped to supply ALL YOUR DRUG, SUNDRY AND TOILET
' .':-.v'-'.----v:0' ywy-n - IlECESSITIES v:
v : ; - :.i heall imimDiEs v; V. , : r -haas san rahcisco candy -
-U:, :;- '-POLAIID WATER '-"l":;v' ;':-:v-:' 7t ISLAND POST CARDS
; TRENCH VICITY WATER : : " i V IMPORTED PERFUMES , " t . t -
DOLE'S FRESH PINEAPPLE GLACE in one-pound wood boxes. r A delicious souvenir that your friends back
. "hone will appreciate. Price $L00 'per pound, post paid to any address in the United States.
FRESH CRUSHED PmEAPPLE AND POI COCKTAILS SERVED DAILY AT OUE FOUNTAIN
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Th2 'Eexall Store lr:vv":v:-,:. v ''' "; ' V -
Cn:n UnUl 11:15 P. M.;' v.-;:-'
. . Fort and Hotel Streets
Two free deliveries daily to all hotels.
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WoriS-f ffjii&i? 7'hP:.0X$&&i$
A fine sljoynn of f these, too leading lines, of
Bathing' Suits. . Sleeveless and ' semi '
sleeveless styles, with Anecks, Variously trimmed -inlcbrnbinations of bright colors."
Kither vith? plain bod ies, or
Black or navy, Oxford gray, Russian
blu, dark wistaria, watermelon; trimming.-
of orange, white, blue," green,;
black, etc; ; ".
$6.50 to $9.50 per suit
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Bathing -Caps and Hats
v - Brand new stock of gauze rubbef caps
and hats in all colors; best qualUiesl V: ;
puc, 7oc ' ana $iuio.
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We are of f erihg all styles of tiitider
war at g r e a t ly re du;c fed prices
lnciuaing many riana-maaerrencn
1045 Fort Street
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