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HOXOLrLU STAR-BULLETIX, TVEDXESDAT, JUKE: 191T.
SEVEN $$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$S5$SS$$$$$$$S$$$SS$S5$$S$$$$SSSS$5S$ r r fffN SO GiETY I 0 0 v y jf i i. A Dinner Set Gift to the Bride Thm arc few store, if any, in Honolulu where tlioro are more cherished wedding presents than here. One suggestion i a dinner service. Buy it complete or in part, to be "filled in" later. Open stock china can added to or replaced a sired. See our pretty, pleading patterns. W.W;Dimond & Co., Ltd. Honolulu Phone 4937 Pountain Specials Something new every day at Hotel, near Fort LIBERTY THEATER SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE FRIDAY LAST PERFORMANCE OF "SNOW WHITE" CHILDREN, ALL AGES 10 CENTS Annual Sale of Muumuus SATURDAY, JUNE 9th, 1917 (Place and hour to be announced later) Bf tbt members of the Ahahul Iolani o na Wahine Hawaii (of An raw's Cathedral). - - Military, Naval and Civilian Ladies, Take Notice , CklcflFttt'TTtoj;.iTist right forfrpcmiirTionnj.lli laus. 'delio&UiseiLl cakes, fcandy land refreshmentB, pot of plants, et& t - v. w '?J- MearMtliaii PLAY PIANO At Mission Hall, V, aUVI N5 .&isSJ &.Xh 2 G :'Wp; ' for the GRADUATE NURSES' BENEFIT FUND V-;- -at Iion 'Memorial Auditorium Has been changed back to the original date. Tickets for sale at Colonial Hotel and Territorial Mes sengw Service. $1.00 Each. Mv3stmesits Let us furnish you, without charge, Valuable Advice regarding "mainland and local STOCKS AND BONDS T:thtl Street 'j---' U'NCHEON TO Y Memtern ' th' mittee of th- Young tian Association w - facultv of th1 du ati'.nal iilar 'at a r'Larmli;? lun-l'-m ervpd -, ( liiM-ooi.-i las' .-.i' :Hay. Mrs. . lAii'ire .. r :..i!r: of th" :.: "4 ; t. ; coniml't-e. xprty'-'l te flon of i:.c .'lati.in fo" t: f r X ! :r. 3 J f r.t "-ork .If.ii- t tr. ihv l'(--t yar ilif ccp-.: had. Certain r.f !! '" wi'h Pb:efnirr. r tM Tit ,r further n- i proving iLe ork. I:lue fcrp' t-uie I.-'- f: ; lahlo (! .-or:.?:' fin. i'!n -hopn arran'fil v 1 ' ' ; .iesrriU d the ;;u(:'. Ki their nuxt-s. 1 I. jure".. Mis. Fr-d i LUfnES'on. Mirs -i. Mr.-. : art ia .! Mrs .I.'i).. s P. Morgan. - i-i: FrfttT. Miss En- t'aif'-r. .''! ,nira Panror, Mrs. v'. ii. J:U. .' 1' : .io r :i-- . Mr. .lanifs lii.-'ll. (Klllani. Mi$ J -;i M.t; iHSuin:t JchiiHoi.. Viss F !liwn Kt'ior fiT r... - 'U'.i nct'.a I)lfc;;n.;':!n. : mrs. t h i;im:o ks-tp.ktains ! BAN FRANCISCO, "rJ. - .-r.cr-:and Mrs. H;inter Lrr' r ( f arrived from Mani!.'. tf la!..- ui. t j reiidpnc at Port Mon. v, h'-re ;' ; eral Lip'gett v. in d: -ft th .civnia:-.; of the W'pRtcrn Dii ior. of th.- I'nit.'! j States Army, were the -'h' "I hon- : j at a stii;-pr jiry 1 enins at t!1 I Presidio licmi- cf ."irs Tho:iw i.. Rees. I Colonel Rees recently v.-ent to h : new station at Honolulu, and Mi'--Itee3 will follow tnis suu.rier. The guests were informally received by Mrs. Rees and her daughter. ln i the rroup were Colonel and Mrs. Otho W. B. Ptrr, Colonel and Mrs. Rich mond Pearson Davis, Major and Iw rs. - THE i I, a i on.' :i !'''. : D--K : :. . vr-stf-is' - th- ' ' :.r. !: .. r. M aeGoodson r 3. f : f 1 1 i pi i r rr and Mr Lawrence '-r.e! and ?!rs. F"red-lJe-'.fr.ant and Mrr. rd .'.'r-. VS'il!!am Tim- t r T!. i irner. Major . I'eroi Turce.. r. ar Mrs. i'r.rner t r e ' r. d M : i r-. .' 'A' J: !'rd I).: V. AH- 'If uu I..T (1; .'i , 1 ed an. m . r : ' T,.. I (ilv'KN i adet ortx t i rt :. : ; t. ,1 rie er ( i ' prlM' . 'i "I" ' Wx l- " re!'i ... ;.?.'.! of t!io i operetta wag ItSJlj k i At ! c .-. ;. 'i ! t Y.ov-1 d 'i - a ;'ti!j; jd. .b..ut in: .". ;d:ir; 1 ;. (: v. ( re ;.rose;.t , 1 In. fcnd -i. s. ! rod. L) I 1 A A 3. MiOnb, Mrn,'. (.-n an.i ..Irn. v-a dud.'-e ;.tid Mrs. V';:'tc I). P. Fiiiiin'Timni, Vr. '.ruel !. Jotmr.on, r V. i-'rear, vir3. A. J.: Canr.Hi!, ."-'r. anu .Mrs. iiobeit Lew era, Mr. aiid Mrd. A. P. Ya;i, Mr. anu Mrt;. (Worrit J'. V.'.!.ttr, ai-d many oth erg who aic k ,:.; iuterested iu the work of this i rr. m: sins school. MRS. GEORGE L. ROGERS A DIN - Vc-p unSTPQ I nn s.nurdp.v ecnii; at the Pleasanton ; ! . , -. " i . . a . hctel. ihe tanle as very ; e uy A jaranese brown basket was filled wltn ) - I bright red transvaal daibies, the ban-j ;!dle being tied with a butterfly bow- of 1 ired ana green manne. loe giii-uu - tel include Mrs. A. Mason, Miss Ma jname cards were ornamented with ; and Mlss y.'ight. Mahukona, Ha- ti9y red butterflies. The lighted tapers, walJ; Mr and Mrs CarrolI Paul v s were shaded in red silk. J'Navy; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bruce, New Mrs. Refers' guests were Dr. and York; Mr. and Mr. Frank Moss. West Mrs. L. E. Hooper, Mrs. Frederick 1 Australia, Mr .Frank Mors , Jr ., Berke j Banforth, Miss Eleanor Danforth, Miss iej( cal. j M. Dan forth. Mr. Jamee Ogg, and Mr. j " i it. h. L;an:urui. j SCHWAB BACrGAl. UP! ENGAGE-" MKXT iS OUT . SANTA ROir-.A, v. a 1. The engage- meat waa. aajioinijea. tooay co. jiias Virginia Baci-aluiu, one of the city's UVoRular sirls, and Frank E. Schwab, i d 'young business mm' of Healdshutg. 1 At a prettily appointed announcement : party Miss Baigalupi told a largo comiiany of her girl friends, and the . announcement was followed by the bestowal of hearty felicitations. 1 Miss Bacigaluri is a aibter of Miss Irene Bccijralupi, v.-ho was queen of ! Uie last -week's rose carnirai. Next ; week the marriage will follow ia the i Church of St. Rose.. ! ! A RED CROSS ?iL"SICAL AT EWTA j The social set cf Eva added its blv ' last Friday e.enip.-; when Ewa pre t ented and wituenod a delightfully arranged mr.sical prc-sram for the lnefli of the American Red Cross So ciety. Fifty dollars v.-cs the amount made and Miss May Hayward has for ; warded it to the States. ; A the iinisu of the program, the IJ'.va orcnejua aunec ;cs un uy piay insr danee-niiifiie. which was heartily C - ' enjoyed. Refreshircnts were served and a jolly evening elided. STETSON'-BOWMAN ' Mr. and Airs. Henry H. Williams re i ccived word this week that on the sixteenth of May .Mrs. Lillian Bo i marr. widow cf tho late Dr. Bowman . and Lieut. Sherman Stetson were married at Mare Island. Mrs. Stet ' sen i3 a sifter of Mr. TA iuiams and i has spent much time at different p?riods in Honolulu. COLiB-tlHrVIX On Thursday evening will occur the wedding of idis Heien Girvin and Mr. Harrv Cob:;. It is to b? a. small wei- ding with lion? in attendance bui rl i Etives iir.iirr.tp fri?nd. Remedies Tried in Vain. Well and Strong After Tcu:ing i-ycia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound. SpJirtanburg, S. C "Fcr nino years sufTered from backache, weakness, : r.nd irr rregrui i-o I could hardly do iv vri'it.. l uit-u r 'any remedies but no nermanent i relief. After fak-1 in Lydia E. Pink- j ham? 'es-tabla ComroiT-.d I Ic-lt a prreat chsne for the better zr.l am 1 1 !'. MVt-'-'''- t 1 1 1 dott vdl and strong j ?o I hv c- no trouble ' J in doirr my rork. ;fV?- m I hop every user cf I yd'9 E. Pmkhzirn's YfC-t&bl-C''ir.tmrr!dVi,I r?t as rreat n'Sef as I diil frr.m i:s u-"- Mr.-. S. r. McAcrr. 1-2 Dowc-y Avs., Sar tan Lure. S. C. The reason t:v.c rr't? s-.ch rrato fnl letters to tho Lydii E. Pinkham i Tedicinc Co. h t:;at Lvdir. E. I;ni:- il.am's vcgfttable Corr.iXOnd ha3 trcugbt health ?.ri happiness into their lives. Fraed from their illness they want to pass the cood news tlocg to Othsr eafferingvrcci'tii titt jtheyaleo Tzt f- relieved. Itisii"" a-praise- and a few SUFFERED i m YEARS n iviany The weddice cererr.ony will be red v.j- Rer. John Krdman. The marriage w ill take i,;a e at the hon.e of Mr. and Mrs. K K. Kcpke. t BUSH-HAWK Mies 0'Oty Hak and Mr. Shir ley B::?h w;il bo married on Fndar evening at the h-tae of the bride's ! ar-nt. Mr. ar;d Mrs W. i. P. Hawk, ?i: Mr.o.i Aoo.it puests will tfiemble i to vitn thr efldinv: ir oun ce k BAT'ER-V iLLIAMS Mr. and Mrs lier.ry H Williams have received cards announcing tc-j r irriaee of fhetr .sister. Charlotte YiRiarjn. and Mr. J Ba-.:er of San Frann-M Mr. and Mr r.ucr will rrike 'heir !:cr.: in falifcrr.U. w itl: a ' if it to ila vr:; r.-.v ar. i aj,a:r.. (Speciii r.a- Br.Ue::n Coireprndrcrr ) . M ,J()i- !i I.!. iJiiKACMS, i;iv .". P. !!?.'ri'i::-r -up a c':;:-rr.i!r.a:; ': less roc c r t . v M'-xin-.-.v Bar-! C-idr. I)M!irK-:; itiiii.Miui.d. I..de j Mnn. Muctrerrie, Sarlcwit.!. !:ac!? j f'!d. Z:ii:a as pviests A ."!? in c r-n- tf?t etforded trreat f.;n ;art of the; alterr.oon; Bj r bin w ir.nins r rst prize. NIr-. J"cnne!!y te touso!.'t; - n. Deli cifip rc-rreshrnonts uPr. served, the. rrir.r j:Ji-Mae ..arri.'d out in i uk and ''.'ite. .Mrs. ;a: rri-'f r ,Mve. cn thf n"t trans;. crt fcr tn : o oaths' V--J;t t.j the mpJr.Und A f h a rT"! f p r rl'.a'r . t !ocl nno'- vo3 ,vr !.,,,, -r. ........ 1 -.- imiuifuii i.n j .. lSui; due moon i at whic!) .-rs. Carrcll was hostess.1 Tl-.p table vas very dainty with its, blue and preen decorations, dainty j bluebird houses mar.;ed the r laces for: Mrs. liarbin. Mrs. Darrineer. . Mrs.' Cady, Sirs fJirmaiee, Mrs. Clarkson, j Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Ludeman, Mr".! Sackwitz. Mrs. Uharkleford, Mrs. Rue-1 errie. and Mrs. Z'lka. A bird guees ! ng contesf was a Mature of the after- noon and Mrs. Rug?errie was awarded first iirlze, Mrs. Sackwitz second, v.hile Mrs. Clarkson vas consoled. Miss Loreta Bills leaves for her eastern heme this week after a few t." "j r a flnU V, in n.ti , ,T " " ' -"aL.,.4"B uauj luuiioio, iu mate a anon j..v.. ....j ... uu 1 Ul UUUL"- wanuer mis wav again, as do a who hftve lived here for a wcjje ' 44, Newcomers at the Pleasanton Ho- miss Florence Lee, who Miss Florence Lee, who has been I connected for some years with the j College of Hawaii, leaves for her Ne-v Vfirlr oXi ' Xtnma thin Axt.lr c ; t re.ainoi DriH e uuu "in, ,i nuc UUC3 IP turn, corue as a visitor only. -Mre.' .WlUiara B. Thomas and her son, Mr. William P. Thomas, have returned from the Orient, where a delightful three months was enjoyed in sightseeing. Both come back great ly benefited in health. Mrs. F. W. Law and her daughter, Miss Kathleen Law, were Honolulu arrivals this week, coming to join Mr. F. W. Law, who ha been here a few weeks and rho is pleasantly situated at the Pierpoint, Waikiki. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice of Lihue. Kauai, came down last week to mee? their daughters, Edith and Juliet, who have been on the mainland at school ', and arrived Wednesday to spend the summer here. j I Mrs. Frederics D wight Lowrey with ; her thrse small sons is home after a I four months trip to the mainland. where sh vfatterf h I ' iwi iu UUlJl.) (Santa Rosa, and her mother. Mrs. Parsons. 4 A Miss Rosamond Swanzy was a horn cemmg passenger on this weett'al steamer. MiBS Swenzy will snend th! "j summer at home with a few side trip.' .o we otner islands and possibly to Japan and China. Mrs. Harry flray is giving the first cf a series of bridge parties at the Country Club today. They aro to be simple and informal, a qual'ty which characterizes all affairs social today. Mr. and Mrs Henry Williams en tertained last Saturday evening com- pliraentafy to Mr. Kenneth Abies and his bride of a few weeks, who are honeymooning in Hawaii. Mrs. Samuel Tay and her three small children leave for the mainland this week for an indefinite slay with Mrs. Tay's family in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jewett Low rey were home coming passengers yesterday af'er a delightful three mouths touring the mainland. Mrs. James Coke Ipavea this week for a visit to the mainland and later Judge Coke will join her and they will enjoy touring together. Mis? Maye Eiven has returned to Honolulu after a year's ab?ence. Miss 1 Biven is a popular society girl whq I has a host of friend's here, yr and Mrs. Zc-.io K. Myers xro home after a three months' ftav In I California. Mr. Myers is greatly bone, j fited in health. ! Mr. find Mrs. Philip E. Spalding (nee A 'ice Co?kc are home again after a very pleasant trip to the main land. i Miss Marjory Guiid. who has been at school on the maiuland for a year, returns to spend the summer In Hono lulu. Dr. and Mrs. L. Putman (nee Miss . Damon t of Kauai ;n town for a short visit and r.re tt the Young. Mrs. J. S. B. Pratt, tcrompanied by Miss C. H. Pratt aud Mis? L. M. Pratt, left for the mainland this week. 4 Waterhcu'se has eodr to! Dr. E. C the mainland l&inland on business, bat will. re-' here shorUy. turn r (S r V V 6r r r V r V V r m 07 y o co Boys and their parents are literally racing to get to our Sr CO Surprise $ale before Uie best values are gone. We $urely $prang the Supreme Surprise of the Season in the Sensational Savin g$ represented in this Sale of XTRAGQop Clothes for Boys Only the best sort of Merchandise is in cludedSerges, Crashes, Cheviots, Home spuns, etc. All sizes included Elaiii or belted coats. Nifty Knicker Trousers 9 r fc r r r r e r r r r M r r r 6r CO- 6r 6r r Cf v r r 0 r r Cr ft r3 v r r r r r co r to r V J to oy zr. coco- Cw- $5.00 $uits now $2.50 $6.00 $uits now $2.75 $6.50 $uits now $3.00 $7.00 $uits now $3.25 and $4.50 $7.50 $uits now . .$3.50 to $4.75 $8.00 and $8.50 $uits now $3.75 to $5.00 $9 00 $nits now $4.00 PICNIC W 25 CENTS LB. Wild Rose Picnic Hams ars meaty, same cure and high flavor as Regular Hams. Most economical and satisfy ing boiled for three course dinner! with your vegetables. Regular Hamsj ,10c lb. Bacon 36c lb. Call at 926 Maunakea street, Geo. A. Belayeff, im porter and distributor. Adv. DR. CAPP8, OPTOMETRIST Formerly Young Bldg., is now located at the Standard Optical Co., 1118 Fort Street Adv fire You IVorn Out? Does night find you exhausted nerves unsettledtoo tired to rest? ooaso is the food-tonic that corrects thesa mm e-MtiMM If miva vnA iivmr ml i Then teat you strength - again and see for i fund your nuny IX tt doe not at lat daW TTOUBieS. IIS pure fXKX uyeT fJUn rourif how much you have gained. I have ! your strength and endumnce iu ten ay tienav'' a Celi-DUlIdin IOOd tO DtSitT and a L urA J J K enncn tne Diooa ana nourisa 1 the nerve-ccnters. Your Va. strength will respond tO..gJ $10.00 $uits $11.00 $uits $12.50 $uits $13.50 $uits $14.00 $uits $15.00 $uits $16.00 $uits $17.50 $uits mm uvas loaserv King St Near Fort Life 4 5oy 50 Bubbling Over With Vitality Taking Iron Did It Doctor Says Nuxated Iron is Greatest of All Strength Builders Often Increases the Strength and Endurance of Delicate, Nervous Folks 200 Per Cent in Two Weeks' Time NEW YORK, N. T. Xot lrmf no a mn came to ma who was nearly half a century old aad skd vie to gin blm a preliminary ex amination for life insurance. I waa astonished to find aim witu tlw blood prsarar of a boy of to and aa full .-of rlfor, vln and rttaUty as a yount man ; in fact a young man be really was ootwlthstaadlof ala a(t. Tna aacrat he said vas ttaJsr Iron nuza(d iron had flllad him with ranawed life.- At 3S b waa la bad health ; at 4 careworn and nearly all In. Now xt 50 a miracla f vitality and bis face beamed with the buoyancy of youO. Aa I bate said a hundred times over, Imn la th. greatest of all atrencth builders. If people would only throw away patent medicines and aaOMous coiwoctloaa and take atmpla nuxated iron, I am fonvtared that the K?e of thoti aanda of persona might be saved. wh now die erery yaar from pneuaonia. frtpp. eon tun p tion. kidney, liter and heart trouble, etc. The real and true cause which started their dis ease ws nothing mora nor leas than a weaken ed condition brought on try lack of iron In the blood. Iron is absolutely necessary to enable your blood to change fod into tiring tissues. Without n. no matter bow much or what you eat. your food merely passes through you with out doing you any gnod. Ton don't get the strength out of it and aa a eobsequenoe you become weak, pale and aiekly looking iuat like a plant trylag to grow la a toil deficfent In iron. If you art not strong or. well you owe it to yourself to make the following, test: Pea how long you can work ar how far you can walk without becoming tired. Kcxt take two fire-grain tebieta of ordinary nuxated Iroir three times per day after meals for two weeks. : doaena of nervous, run-down people who were ailing all the while, double Ihalr strength tBduraac and entirely gat ru f in.trms. ,, A tu..-i n. , nm i n nf Tt f -rirw r ss. w o 4A r V r V CO & vO a CQ CO CO v G" r- U CO co co CO CO co CO w CO o CO o o CO CO 40 o CO -co CO CO v v o -co CO CO CO o CO CO CO 49 CO CO CO CO o now $4.25 and $6.00 now ....... $5.00 now $50 and $8.00 now $6.00 and $9.00 now $6.50 and $9.25 now $7.00 and $9.50 now .... . . .$10.00 now $12.50 mWM : to CO o CO o CO CO toma of dyspepsia, llrer and other troubles in from ten to fourteen days' tiir.e simply by taking Iron la the proper form. And this after they had in some rasea been dortrrlng for montha without obtaining any benetu. But dont taka the old forms of reduced Iron, Iron acetate or tincture of Iron jlra ply to vara a few eeota. You must take iron -hi a form that can be easily absorbed and assimilated like uateer Iron If you want tt to do you any good, otherwise It may prove wore than use less. Many an athlete or prize-Cghter has won th. day almpty because ne knew the ecret of great strength and endurance and died his blsod with iron before he wer.t into the affray, while many another has gone down to In glorias defeat simply for the lack oi iron. C. Saner, M. D. XOTE Xuxated Iron recommcrdod above by Dr. Saner is not a pxUnt mrdicio. nor secret remedy, but Me which ls'wll knon to drug gists snd whose Iron const-tuea! is widely prescribed by eminent jhysi'-inns everywhere. I'nlUce the older Inorganic !rcn produta. it la easily assimilated, does not Injure the teeth, make them black, nor upset the stomach : on the contrary it 1s a most poteit remedy, in nearly all forms of tndiirestSon, as wail as for nervoug. run-down conditions. " The manufac turer have euea great confidence in Nuxated Iron that they offer V forfeit 1M.9 to any charitable Institution tf Ciey cannot take any man or Woman under 60 who larks Iron and increase their strenjlh ZOO per cent or over In four weeks' time provided tliev havt ! serious orcanic trouble. They alw offer ti fx IT IS dispensed in ins ay y vuw.m-r-z vvr Ca, Jteascn am no 4k tov, vnimirera riig to. and all other drugxlrtv mTiTiin'r ttV o'" T T r i :t -I l " H f 4 4i ' JO 1 4, . .ir . ; .i j'V ' .1 :-n r-V - : : I" -,' ' ' . v.- - .. '41 fa: h rfti 4- I) tl : h i "