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HONOLULU SXAE-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1917.,
ijl society A Dinner Set Gift to the Bride There are few stores, if any, in Honolulu where there are more cherished wedding presents than here. One suggestion is a dinner sen ice. Buy it complete or in part, to be'"filled in" later. Open stock china can le added to or replaced as de sired. See our pretty, pleasing patterns. W.W.Dimond & Co., Ltd. Honolulu Phone 4937 Fountain Specials Something new every day at Qiidl itv inn Ifotel, near Fort LUNCHEON TO Y. W. C. A. WOMEN Members of the educational com mittee of the Youn Women Chris tian Association were hostegsei to the faculty of the educational department at a charming luncheon served In the clubroom last Saturday. Mr. A. L. Andre r.. chairman of the duentlonal committee, expressed the apprecia tion of the association for the excel lent work done hy the faculty during the best year the department has. ever had. Oruin of the teachers respond ed with suggestions for further im proving the iork. Blue forget-me-nots were used for table decorations. Place cards had been arranged by w hich clever rhymes described the guests without giving their names. Tho& present were Mrs. A. L. An urewg, Mrs. Fred Ohrt. Mrs. Stanley Livingston. MI Martha Johnson. Mrs. James F. Morgan. Mr. Elizabetn Frazier. Miss Eunice Carter. Mrs. Jes sica Paacoe. Mrs. W. H. Babbitt. Mi Grace Channon, jrrs. Plxiiip Dcnige. Mrs. James Russell. Mrs. Lloyd K. Killam. Miss Jeartette Mathews. Mrs. H Stuart Johnson. Miss Edna Olsoa. Miss Esther Cummlngs and Miss An netta Dieckmann. MRS. T. II. REES ENTERTAINS SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. General and Mrs. Hunter Liggett who recently arrived from Manila to take up their residence at Fort Mason, where Gen eral Liggett will direct the command of the Western Division of the Unite-! States Army, were the guests of honor at a supper party last evening at tbe Presidio home cf Mrs Thomas H. Rees. Colonel Rees recently went to his new station at Honolulu, and Mrs. Rees will follow this summer. The guesta were informally received by Mrs. Rees and her daughter. In the group were Colonel and Mrs. Otho W. B. Farr, Colonel and Mrs. Rich mond Pearson Davis, Major and Mrs. Lewis Rand. Major and Mrs. Lawrence j The. wedding ceremony wfll be read Clay Browne, Colonel and Mrs. Fred erick Perkins. Lieutenant and Mrs. John Burr. Mr. and Mrs. William Tim son, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Turner, Major and Mrs. PMlip ales. Harold Turner, Miss Ruth Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Alex ander Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. James Howell, Captain and Mrs. Clifford Jones. Lieutenant Rudolf W. Riefaohl, Vail Bakewell and Captain Henry R. Casey S. F. Examiner. ANNOUNCEMENT FROM WASHINGTON The following card of announcement1 has been received from Dr. and Mrs. i i George W. McCoy, former residents J who have many friends here. Dr. Mc Coy was with the I. S. Public Ilealtn; Service in Hawaii. Dr. and Mrs. George Walter McCoy have the honour to i 'announce the marriage ,f their sister; I Miss Emma v irginia Miller to Mr. Clarence Paulding Rhynus ; by Rer. John Erdman. The marriage will take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kopke. BUSH-HAWK Miss Dorothy Hawk and Mr. Shir ley Bush will be married on Friday evening at the heme of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. P. Hawk, fn Manoa. About 200 guests will be cssembled to witness the wedding vows of this popular young courle. BAUER-WILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Williams have received cards announcing th-j marriage of their sister. Char'.otti Williams, and Mr. J. Bauer of San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer will make their home in California, wit".! a visit to Hawaii now and again. (Special Star -Bulletin Correspondence ) SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, May 5 . Mrs. F. Barrtnler was a charming hostess recency with Mesdames Bar- In, Cady. Donnelly, Hammond, Lude- on Thursday, the seventeenth of May; man, Ruggerrie, Sackwitz. Shackle- I r j. v . j w j i J t . ... ' LIBERTY THEATER SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE FRIDAY LAST PERFORMANCE 07 "SNOW WHITE" CHILDREN, ALL ACES 10 CENTS Annual Sale of Muumuus SATURDAY, JUNE 9th, 1917 (Place and hour to be announced later) Br the members of the Ahahul Iolanl o na Wahine Hawaii (of St An- draw's Cathedral). Military, Naval and Civilian Ladies, Take Notice Cool and light wearing, just right for the summer months. Also Law--la-nsi. delicatessen, cakes, candy atnd refreshments, jots of plants, etc. Hear KatSiarine Goodson PLAY THE pwtot PIANO At Mission Hall, TONIGHT , I-.' 'Mr, W. 1 l M? iCa U, 11 for the GRADUATE NURSES' BENEFIT FUND Thursday , June 7 at Mission Memorial Auditorium Has been changed back to the original date. .Tickets for sale at Colonial Hotel and Territorial Mes senger Service. $1.00 Each. Mvestment Let ns famish you, without charge. Valuable Advice regarding mainland and local STOCKS AND BONDS m Mxmt ffln Ml Sethel Street Phone 3646 lord, zilka as guests A guessing con test afforded great fun part cf the afternoon; Barbin winning first prize, Mrs. Donnelly the consolation. Deli cious refreshments were served, the color scheme carried out in pink and white. Mrs. Barringer leaves on the next transport fcr a three months' visit to the mainland. One thousand, nine hundred and seventeen in the City of Vashington Miss Miller spent three years in! Honolulu with her brother and sister.! Mr. Rhynua is a Cornell man engaged1 in sanitary engineering work with the U. S. Public Health .-service. "ISLE OF JEWEIS" GIVEN BY ' Tx-i.w . V, A, i rA A charming affair of last week was ith practically the entire cadet ; tne lmcheoa on Thursdav afternoon "Xlf I , ' T:,rl&i Whlch Mrs- Caro11 wa hostess, enm.ed -TheMsIe of Je wels as pre-, The taMo sented Saturday evening at the Hono- blue and green decor&tl daintv lulu Military Academy as a Part of the bluebird nou8e8 m&rsed Q , f - followed by a cotillion. About 100 persons were present, including Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Frederick S. Strong, BrigvGen and Mrs. Samuel I. Johnson, Judge and Mrs. Walter F. Frear, Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lew ere, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit P. Wilder, and many oth ers who are keenly interested in the work of this promising school. MRS. GEORGE L. ROGERS A DIN NER HOSTESS Mrs. George L.' Rogers was hostess on Saturday evening at the Pleas anton Hotel. The table was very pretty. A Japanese brown baaket was filled with bright red trans vaal daisies, the han dle being tied with a butterfly bow of red and green m aline. The gilt-edged name cards were ornamented with tiny red butterflies. The lighted tapers were shaded in red silk. Mrs. Rogers' guests were Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Hooper, Mrs. Frederick Danforth, Miss Eleanor Dantorth. Miss M. Danforth, Mr. James Ogg, and Mr. R. 8. Danforth. SCHWAB-BACIGALUPI ENGAGE MENT IS OUT SANTA ROSA, Cal. The engage ment was announced today of Miss Virginia Bacigalupi, one of the city's popular girls, and Prank E. Schwab, a young business man of Healdsburg. At a prettily appointed announcement party Miss Bacigalupi told a large company of her girl friends, and the announcement was followed by the bestowal of hearty felicitations. Miss Bacigalupi is a sister of Miss Irene Bacigalupi, who was queen of the last week's rose carnival. Next week the marriage will follow in the Church of St Rose. A RED CROSS MUSICAL AT EWA The social set of Ewa added its bh last Friday evening when Ewa prtf sented and witnessed a delightfully arranged musical program for the benefit of the American Red Cross So ciety. Fifty dollars was the amount made and Miss May Hay ward has for warded it to the States. At the finish of the program, the Ewa orchestra added Its bit by play ing dance-music, which was heartily enjoyed. Refreshments were served and a jolly evening ended. stetsonboWan Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. WUliams re ceived word this week that on the sixteenth of May Mrs. Lillian Bow man, widow of the late Dr. Bowman, and Lieut Sherman Stetson were married at Mare Island. Mrs. Stet son Is a sister of Mr. Williams and has spent much time at different periods in Honolulu. COBB-OIRVIN On Thursday evening will occur the wedding of Miss Helen Girvln and Mr. Harry Cobb. It Is to be a small wed ding with none in attendance but rel- j atives and a few intimate friends, j airs. Harbin, Mr3. Barringer. Mrs. Cady, Mrs Birmalee, Mrs. Clarkson, Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Ludeman, Mrs. Sackwitz, Mrs. Chackleford, Mrs. Rug gerrie, and Mrs. Zilka. A bird guess ing contest was a iture of the after noon and Mrs. Ruggerrie was awarded first prize, Mrs. Sackwitz second, while Mrs. Clarkson was consoled. Miss Loreta Bills leaves for her eastern home this week after a few years' visit here. Miss Bills came, like many tourists, to make a short visit and It has lengthened to the kamaalna stage. Mist Bills will with out doubt wander this way again, as do all who have ever lived here for a while. Newcomers at the Pleasanton Ho tel Include Mrs. A. Masbn, Miss Ma son and Miss Wight, Mahukona, Ha- waii; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Paul, U. S. Nary; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bruce, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moss, West Australia, Mr. Frank Moss, Jr., Berke ley, Cal. Miss Florence Lee, who has been connected for some years with the College of Hawaii, leaves for her New York city home this week. Miss Leo has resigned and will, if she does re turn, come as a visitor only. Mrs. William B. Thomas and her son, Mr. William P. Thomas, have returned from the Orient, where a delightful three months waa 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 has been here a few weeks and who is pleasantly situated at the Plerpoiht, Waiklkl Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice of Lihue. Kauai, came down last week to meef their daughters, Edith and Juliet, who have been on the mainland at school and arrived Wednesday to spend the summer here. . Mrs. Frederick Dwight Lowrey with her three small sons is home after a four months' trip to the mainland, where she visited her former home, Santa Rosa, and her mother, Mrs. Parsons. Miss Rosamond Swanzy was a horn coming passenger on this weeit'a steamer. Miss Swanzy will spend the summer at home with a few side trip to the other Islands and possibly to Japan and China. Mrs. Harry Gray is giving the first of a series of bridge parties at the country Club today. They are to bo simple and informal, a quality which characterizes all affairs social today. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams en tertained last Saturday evening com plimentary to Mr. Kenneth Abies and his bride of a few weeks", who are honeymooning in HawalL Mrs. 8amuel Tay and her three small children leave for the mainland this week for an indefinite stay with Mrs. Tay's family in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jewett Low rey were home coming passengers yesterday after a delightful three months touring the mainland. Mrs. James Coke leaves this week for a 'visit to the mainland and later Judge Coke will join her and they will enjoy touring together. Miss Maye Biven has returned 10 Honolulu after a year's absence. Miss Biven is a popular society girl who has a host of friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Zeno K. Myers are home after a three months' stay in California. Mr. Myers is greatly bene fited in health. Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Spalding (nee Alice Cooke) are home again after a very pleasant trip to the main land. Miss Marjory Guild, who has been at school on the mainland for a year. IheveryuaerofLydlaJELPinkham'i m9 t0 8peDd the summr In Hon- vecetaDie uompotma win get as great i k . relief as I did from its use." Mrs. S. D. McAbee, 122 Dewey Ave,, Spartan burg S. C The reason women write snch grate fnl letters to the Lydia E. Pink ham Medicine Co. is that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound has brought health and happiness into their lives. Freed from their illness they want to rasa (he rood news alomr to Cthir suffering: vrnen the they also turn here shortly. worthr thteto do and snch women j Miss Marie von Tlolt left for Kauai r y r rT"lv f-"-,'",a. ( tv, , SUFFERED NINE YEARS in Many Remedies Tried Vain. Well and Strong After Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Spartanburg, S. C 'Tor nine years I suffered from backache, weakness. and irregularities bo I could hardly do my work. I tried many remedies but found no permanent relief. After tak ing Lydia E. Pink hams Vegetable Compound I felt a great change for the better and am now well and strong so I have no trouble in doing my work. Wmm $$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$ss$$ss$s$s$$$$$$s$$$$$$$$$$$$$$s$ e e w e t v e v e v e i GO V v v y v t fr e c o v e c v CO eo w & e v v v v w 6 ( V e 4 9 c e e c v v v to v &J Vj tr CO v 6 CO CO V? Boys and their parents are literally racing to get to our a urpnse $aie before the best values are gone. We $urely Sprang the Supreme Surprise of the Season in the Sensational SavingS represented in this Sale of XTRAGOop Clothes for Boys Only the best sort of Merchandise is in cludedSerges, Crashes, Cheviots, Home spuns, etc. All sizes included. Plain or belted coats. Nifty Knicker Trousers- $5.00 $nits now $2.50 $6.00 $uits now $2.75 $6.50 $uits now ..'.$3.00 $7.00 $uits now $3.25 and $4.50 7.50 $uits now . .$3.50 to $4.75 $8.00 and $8.50 $uits now $3.75 to $5.00 $9.00 $uits now $4.00 $10.00 $nits now $4.25 and $6.00 $11.00 $uits now $5.00 $12.50 $uits now $5.50 and $8.00 $13.50 $uits now $6.00 and $9.00 $14.00 $nits now $6.50 and $9.25 $15.00 $uits now $7.00 and $9.50 $16.00 $Tjits now ..$10.00 $17.50 $uit3 now $12.50 ilva's To ggery King St. Near Fort i e e V A A Vi o CO CO o V) ." in A A V A CO n A A CO y 1 ii -69 4M in 4f $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ PI CMC HAMS 25 CENTS LB. Wild Rose Picnic Hams are meaty, same cure and high flavor as Regular Hams. Most economical and satisfy ing boiled for three course dinner with your vegetables. Regular Hams 30c lb. Bacon 36c lb. Call at 926 Maunakea street, Geo. A. Belay eff, Im porter and distributor. Adv. 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 S : DR. CAPP5, OPTOMETRIST Formerly Young Bldg., Is now located at the Standard Optical Co., 1116 Fort Street. Adv. flrn Vnci 1'fnrn fln?0 HID IUU liKUllI UUli Docs nisht find you exhausted nerves unsettled rtoo tired to rest? Dr. and Mrs. L. Putman (nee Miss Damon) of Kauai sre in town for a short visit and are at the Young. Mrs. J. S. B. Pratt, accompanied by Miss C. H. Pratt and .Miss L. M. Pratt, j left for the mainland this week. j Dr. E. C. Watertouse has rone to ! the mainland on business, but will re- W,M ITS Is the food-tonic that corrects thesa troubles. Its pure cod liver oil is a ceU-buflding food to purify and enrich the blood and nourish the nerve-centers. Your; strength will respond to Scotfs hmulsion but eea that you ct SCOTTS. NBTW YORK. X. Y. Xot long ago a man D(J asked me to el re him a preliminary es I animation for life insurance I waa aitonlshed ! to And him with the blond prewura of a boj of ;o and as full of vigor, vim and vitality as a young man; In fact a young maa he really waa notwitbatandlez his ire. The secret j be said waa taking iron nuxatad iron- bad filled him with renewed Ufe. At 30 he was In ! had health ; at 46 careworn and nearly all In. i Now at j0 a miracle of vitality and hi faca j beamed with the buoyancy ef youth. Aa I i hare faid a hundred times orer. Iron (a the greatest of all strength builders. If people would only throw away patent medicines and ; nauseous concoctions and take simple nitrated Iron. I am conn need that the lives of thofl ' sands of persons might b sated. wb now die ! every year from pneuaonia,. grippe, eonramp. i tlon, kidney, i;?er snd heart trouble, ete. The rt-al and trae cause which started their na : ease was nothiug awre nor less than a weaken ed condition brought on by lack of Iron to the blood. Iron Is absolutely necessary to enable your blood to change food Into Hrlng tissues. R'lthout It, no aiatter new much or. what yea sat, jour food merely passes through you with out -doing ycu any good. Tott doat get the streagtli out of It and as a consequent jm become weak, pale and sickly looklns just like plant trying to grow in? a soil deflaent In Iron. If you are sot stress or well yon owe It to yourself to make the following test i See bow long yoxt can worlt or turn fa yoacaa walk without hecomiar tired. .Xext take two ( live-grain tablets .; of ' ordksary Bvrsied iron tnree times per oar aner meals Xor two weefca. Then test your atrength szaln and eee far yourself how marct you have rained. I have seen docens of aervous, rv.n-dwn people what were ailing an the while, double their strength and snduraftca aad entirely rat rid if all srea- toms of dyspepsia. liver and other troubles in from ten to fourteen days time simply by taking Iron In the proper form. And this after they had la some cases been doctoring for mombs without ebtalning any beneUt. Bat doat take the old forms of reduced iron, iron acetate- er tincture of iron simply to ssre a few cent. You must take tron b a form that cn' be saaily absorbed and assimilated llk buss ted Iron if you want iX to da.yoa any good, otherwise It may prove wor then ase-' less. Many an athlete er prise-fighter has wen ther day aDnply because he knew the secret of great streagtli and endurance and filled his blood with Iron before he went into the affray, while many- another has rone- down to la gtortoM defeat slapiy fof the lack of irony C Saner, tt. 0, . ' XOTI Xuxated Iron recommended above hy ' Dr. Sauer i no a patent medicine not secret remedy, but one Which U well known to drag' gists aad whose Iron constituents Is widely prescribed by eminent pbysiciana everywhere. Unlike the older tnorganie- Iron products. It is easily assimilated, doe not injure the teeth, make them black, nor upset the stomach; on the contrary 4 Jr -most potent remedy. In nearly all forays of Indimtlon, ss well as for nervous, run-down eondltlcne. 'The manufae turera hive such great confidence in Nuxati Iron that they of?er to 'forfeit 11I0.80- to any charitable .institution 1 they cannftt tale tnr maav ar woman uodef Ct who lacks Iron and Increase their 'strength. 109 per rent or over In- four weeks time prnvtded they have tit serious organic trouble. Toey also effects re fund your money If It doea not at lat 1t! ' your strength. and edarance h Vrn lav r . It U dipned In tw eity by Uf!-."- i Co., Benson Snilth Co Chambers I ; , ,. and all cthr drucrts, J: : ' ; ''1 V' '