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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, WEDXESIUY, AUGUST 29, 191?
readily yield to the healing
A soothes the inflamed mem
branes and makes richer blood
to repair the affected tissues
to help prevent tonsihos
or laryngitis. SCOTT'S
is worth insisting upon.
gaett ft Bowm, BtoonMd. K. i.
Jewelry and Souvenirs
I 1112 Fort St
are sold in the United
States every year.
$1.35 to $6.00
At all dealers.
are made from only sound f reth
fruit -and pur augar. Not ad
vanced In price.
G.Q.YCC Hop & Co.
rTHE HOUSE OF ' QUALITY
;i King street, near Ftshmarket
b the ideal drink. It has the snap and tang that
refreshes and invieorates a tired mind and body
PHEZ fairly teems with the piquant flavor of the luscious Jogan- '
berry, from which it is nude.
Absolutely free from fermentation.
... Jttrt-say PHEZ
Ito marriage uf Mrs Kingsbury
be r.d with lntere.v by her :?ie
circle or friends here where she made
her home for several years; and where
) the vs ?xtrerrelv pcpulir. hp;ng very
;v .c Sous with a harming so them
personality which '-nl'-a r--d ! i r ;;j .ill
Honolulu w i.-lit t lit r trivii i.;- r . i i - -In
her new iit-
LOS ANGELES. ( a! , Ar.e. L - ( n!
a few close friends w.re pres- n? e
terday when, at the horn- ' tie ("red
I In cuKnri'Q , ti Y" . . 'I i: t T - i ret
street, Mrs. hatherine. K incsi ,ir ,
widow of Judf-o Sfid' n Kiiitisieiry.
former federal judge of the Tl:;:ipHCi'
Jslands. became the -bride o: .John
Murray Marshall of Pasadena. liev
Charles Hibbard of Pasadena lead
the wedding service, which was wit
nessed only by Admiral and Mrs. Wal
ter C. Cowles ana their son from Ked
lands; Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Lewis of
j Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. William
j Baker of Pasadena and Mrs. W. W.
Mrs. Kingsbury wore a smart white
cloth tailored suit and hat to match,
with corsage of pink roses and orchid? rhan. Armour L Co , Vierra & Co., j honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shingle,
and carried a white-bound prayei ; Mr V Fernandez, Gurrev & Co., C. who left for San Francisco by the
book. Immediately after the wedding ' n Yeo Hop & Co Honolulu Dairy- i steamer Wilhelmina yesterday after
brpakfafit Mr and Mrs. Marshall left i rr.t p V .Tohnson ! noon- The bridegroom-elect has large
by motor. They plan to be at Santa - , ; s. Gulfport), Capt. Francis Kd
Barbara some time, then go on to De; j warda (S. S. Wilhelmina t, I. S. Navy,
Monte for the golf and tennis tourna- ( employes Pleasanton Hotel, Kumikiyo.
ments, In which both are much inter-' at Fenton. ,
ested, finally spending several weeks j Gross receipts from ticket sales
m the Santa Cruz mountains. were $277 and rom auction sales
They will be at home late in Oc-! $23j 3", making a total of $r,l r 35. Ex
tober at 286 West Bellevue drive, S
Pasadena. Mr. Marshall, who was
formerly president of the well known !
Pasadena Twilight Club, is also n
member of the Valley Hunt,
dale and California clubs.
The wedding is the result of one of
the "high speed" romanc es so much in
vogue in these war trues. Mrs. Kings
bury and Mr. Marshall having met only
last January, and the engagement be-
ine of but a week's duration. Ever 1
since Mrs. Kingsbury, who is of the
Virginia Lees, came to Los Angeles to
visit her son-in-law and his wife, Mr
and Mrs. Fred Kingsbury, this charm-
ine woman, who la noted for her eood
looks,, beautiful clothes and extremely
smart hats, as well as her brilliant
conversational ability, has been much
feted. Having traveled all over the
world with Judge Kingsbury, she has
hosts of friends who will be much in
terested in the announcement of the
Mr. Marshall, who has a beautiful
home at 286 West Bellevue drive, Pas
adena, where he and his bride are to
reside is a member of the California i
Annandale and Valley Hunt clubs. A
delightful wedding trip of two months
is planned by Mr. Marshall, including
a motor trip to Panta Barbara, a stop
at Del Monte for the golf and tennis
tournament and then on into the Santa
Cruz mountains. They plan to be at
home in Pasadena some time in Octo
ber. RED CROSS BENEFIT AT PLEAS
Great credit is due Mrs. W. E. Mor
gan and Mrs. Rodys-Fenton fo? their
untiring work in making such a- tidy
sum of money in such a worthy cause.
The hotel and Mr. Wilmarth certain
ly deserve the thanks of the Red
Cross for the generosity extended.
Eventually every thing given here will ! ciSCO at the present time are Col. F.
be for Red Cross work, and the at j m. Swigert and his daughter, Mrs.
titude of the management of the j Augustus Mclntyre. They arrived
Pleasanton hotel was a step in the last week from Honolulu, accom
right direction which it is hoped will ; panied by Maj. Mclntrye, and while
be followed by every hotel in the
city. The following are responsible
for the success that this entertain-!
'.Musical Entertainment Horace
Wright, Miss Rene Detrick. Miss
Dorothy Coburn, Miss Pat Fei.ton.
Ticket Sellers Miss Dorothy Walk-
cr, miss nsiuci lun juiiiibuu, miss nuo-
I .... .tirJK.rTTTT.
At All Fountains
tion that makes for sanitary condition of the
choice foods has been taken. Customers are not
allowed to touch the meat cuts, all of which are
beautifully displayed under plate glass and kept
always cold by the modern refrigerating system.
Meats and other foods that you can be sure
are CLEAN are cheap, and when the prices are
the same as elsewhere, they are CHEAPER.
Metropolitan Meat Market
telman. Miss Cbrischenson, Miss King,
Mr?. Morgan, Mrs. Fenton, Jack Lucas,
H. Denison, C. Y Wilmarth, The Sea
side. The Mcana. The Young, The
Pleasanton. The Rornagay, Colonial,
Heinie's Taern. B. D Siegtaftn. Mrs.
I'-iKjord. Mrs. MacAlpin. Mrs. Boyle
List of Contributors Mr. Dower
Jeffs, Mcln'rny. Patten & Co. East
Indian St.. re. Hackfeld & Co., Hawai
ian News Co., Yokohama Curio, Mrs.
Koyds Kenton. Mrs. W. K Morgan.
!fo!iist'r Dr;n Co.. Jordan fc Co, Mav
& Co., Wall-Nichols "o. M A Gunst
Ideal Clothing Co.. H. F Wichman &
t'o. 11 Cnlnian. Lan'.akea. C!aron. i
Whitney k Marsh, Dimond &. Co.,,
Cone Furniture Co.. Silva's Toggery
The Hub, Wall & Dougherty. F B ;
KLiers, Young Hotel Cafe, Benson & ;
Smith. J. Hopp k Co., Japanese L5a
zaar. Art Needle Work Shop, Island
Curio Shop. Palace of Sweets. Mrs.
Horace Bloomberg!;, Mrs. Haneberg.
Mrs. C. M. Yates. C. Y.
Sc human Carriage Co., Mra
; Stpnhenson. Keefer tz Hall. Love fl
pakery. Levy & Co.. Metropolitan
rPBt Cn Sam Le Hod. Hlng Lee
pensei were $15 for music.
WELL KNOWN SOCIETY SERVICE
WOMAN VISITS AIjAMEDA
A service woman who was very
popular in Honolulu is visiting her
Alameda home for a little while.
A cordial welcome is being extend
ed to the attractive young army mat-
Mrs. George Halloran, wne oi
. i in
Pnntain Halloran. I . S. A., wno wm
he remembered as Miss Retta Hunter,
I of Alameda, before her marriage a
ATrs Halloran has
i.,.: ;, Q' tho Fairmont in
j i i n r r- i j ujiai iiuvuto .
San Francisco for a short time, ana
after a visit with her family will go
on to New York where Captain Hal
loran has been ordered. Since her
marriage Mrs. Halloran has lived in
Honolulu. San - Francisco Examiner,
A WORD ABOUT KNITTING
And now some say they are too
high strung to knit. They just simply
can't learn the intricacies of stitches.
i ntira them non-mis nrostration.
Jg thp yery latest thing t0 8Wank
about. Rolling bandages, of whicn
there is still a poignant need abroad,
is even worse. If the bandages were
only bright colors or something like
that, but the monotony of white and
the sameness of the rolls, "just gets
on my nerves."
Still one can go to knitting teas,
arriving just in time for the chat
ter and the refreshments, or one can
take the knitters to tea down town
and do one's bit that way. There are
so many ways of being patriotic it
one is really sincere that there ought
to be jobs enough, right in society,
for everyone to keep occupied pleas
VISITORS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Tntprpstinc visitors in San Fran
the latter has aireaay aepanea ior
his new station at tort bill, OKia., ;,
thev are enjoying a
brief visit here.
They are guests of their cousins,
Capt. and Mrs. Jairus Moore, at Fort
Win field Scott
Capt. and Mrs. Moore are hourly
anticipating orders to leave Fort
Scott, and in consequence they have
been able to entertain only most in
formally for the visitors. S. F. Ex
aminer. HAWAIIAN HEIRESS TO JOIN RED
To join the Red Cross unit being
sent to the French front by Johns
Hopkins university, one of the weal
thiest heiresses of Hawaii, Miss M. T.
Wilcox, arrived in San Francisco yes
terday. With her father. S. W. Wilcox, one
of the largest landed proprietors of
the islands, Miss Wilcox is at the
Miss Wilcox has previously taken a
three years' course ct Johns Hop
kins university. She has many friends
in San Francisco society. San Fran
cisco Examiner. August 3.
'Sirs. Henry Dnvis has returned to
San Francisco after passing a most
enjoyable vacation at Honolulu. Dur
ing her visi to the island city, Mrs.
Davis was ertensively entertained by
the society contingent there. Dur
her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mor-
Nowadays housewives rea
lize the clanger that lies in
Ivletropolitan Market, every precau
ris and Miss Adrean Flowers occu
pied Mrs. Davis' nome on Masonic
avenue. Thev will continue to live
I there for several months, closing their
home on Washington street for the
'winter San Francisco Chronicle
I Aueust .".
TO TAHOK BY AUTO.
Captain and Mrs. Seth Scofieki. U
S. A , motored to Tahoe Tavern last
wpek. A large number of Los An
geles and southern California people
are motoring to the lake this year.
Among recent parties to arrhe there
i are: .Mr. and Mrs George h. Konin-
son of Santa Barbara. Mr and Mrs.
J. W. Williams, San Diego; Mr. and
Mrs. Earl A. Fraser. Ocean Park; Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Kskridg of Los An
geles. San Francisco Examiner, Aug.
The engagement of Henrv J Lyman
Wilmarth, and Miss Franca H. Thompson, prin
Boyle, Mr. cipal of Makaweli school, was an
nounced at a dinner given at the
Youne hotel on Mondav nizht. bv
Mr anA Trm Rnhurt W Shinelp in
planting interest at Kapoho,
DIPLOMAS ARRIVE FOR
Mrs. Clarence W. Ashford has re
ceived from Washington the diplomas
for Class 6, of which she was chair
man, and asks that all will call at her
home and receive their award fo!
their six weeks' hard work. Mrs
Ashford was justly proud of her
class and is anxious that all should
have their diplomas.
HONOLULANS TO TAHOE
Mrs. J. E. Fisher, Miss J. Fisher,
J. H. Fisher, and Dr. L. O'Neal, all of
Honolulu were visitors at the Trav
elers' hotel yesterday. They are on
their way to Lake Tahoe, using the
machine that they shipped from home.
Sacramento Union, August 4
The following card has been sent
to friends of the B. P. O. E. of Hono
lulu; The Elks of Honolulu request the
presence of yourself and lady friends
at an informal dance at the Moana
hotel, Saturday evening, September
1, 1917. Full moon that evening.
Dancing begins at 8:30 o'clock. Dres9
informal. Music by Dude Miller's or
Mrs. E. A. Jones, Mrs. K. Austin
Jones and Miss Kathryn Jones left
on the Wilhelmina last evening. Mrs.
E. Austin Jones goes in answer to a
cable telling of the serious illness of
her father, Mr. T. W. Hobron. Miss
Kathryn goes back East to college.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shingle were
departing passengers on the Wilhel
mina yesterday 'afternoon after a
month's stay, which was a month of
gaiety and social happenings in their
honor. However, everything given for
them was of an informal nature.
Col. A. N. McNab (Sandy), who is
one of the most dearly loved of offi
cers stationed here, left for the
mainland yesterday. ' There never has
been an officer here better liked tnan
Sandy McNab and all of Hawaii hopes
that he will soon come hack.
Col. and Mrs. C. S. Lincoln, who
have lived here for the past two years,
and have been justly popular, left
lor the mainland on the Wilhelmina
yesterday. A large circle of fr:end3
were down to say aloha nui and cover
with fragrant leis.
vord comes from .Mr. and Mrs. VS.
Birnie Tait (Frances Murphy) and
, her sister. Miss Alediza Murphy, that
mey are planning to spend next
month in Hawaii. They wrote they
were all home-sick for the Isles of
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Scudder, with
their son and daughter, were horn
coming passengers yesterday after a
month at the Volcano House.
Miss Dorothy 'Peacock left yester
day for her second year at Notre
Dame. She was accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. C. A. Peacock.
Mrs. E. C. Marlott left for the main
land after a delightful three months
here as the guest of her daughter.
Mrs. II. Gear.
.dr. F. Werthnuieiler and his hister.
Miss E. Werthmueller, loft for a short
vacation trip to the mainland yester
day. Mrs. Isabelle Creighton was a home
comer today after a three months'"
visit with her daughter. Mrs. Coa ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Wilder are
home after two weeks on Hawaii.
'Ihey took their motor with them.
Miss Thelma Murphy will return
iiome on caiuraay morning after
two months' stay on Hawaii
Auioug me recent visitors at the
w r a. T t i .
.viouni uiaoio 1'ark Club was Miss
Kamona Marks of Honolulu.
i .urs. uiurose w irtz, accompanied i
; by her small son. left for a trip to I
the mainland Tuesdav. !
( Miss Marjorie Hooth departed for J
San Francisco yesterday to reenter I
Notre Dame college. !
j Mrs. Irene Holloway was a home- j
coming passenger on the Mauna Kea I
Miss Violet Atherton left for San'
Francisco on yesterday's Wilhelmina '
t r au i .
for a short trip.
Miss L!la Creigg ;s in Honolulu
again after a delightful month on
Mr. and Mrs. IT. L. Shaw are hom
: from a fhert vacation spent cn Ka
' wall. ,
Miss Stephanie Wichrnan Jsaves
next wmJc for the East to enter col-
Mrs. n. Hiaannan will rttIto In
nonolBin next Tofioday aftar two
week she is the house-guest' of Mr.
and a. H. V. Patten ahd Mrs. Will-
Miss Gladys Halstead left yesterday
to reenter Mills college.
Miss Ella Wight left for a short
mainland visit yesterday.
Queen Liliuokalani will be 79 years1
cf age next Sunday, but so feeble has ,
her majesty become during the last i
few months that the usual reception,
will not be held. (
For years it has been the custom j
of the Hawaiian people to come at the j
first peep of dawn, bringing gifts of j
i fruits, floors, fish and calabashes
and bearing words of aloha to the,
Last birthday a reception was hefd,
though not so extensive as those of
former years owing to the strain suchj
affairs were beginning to have upon
her. In the afternoon the aueen re
ceived a few of her closest friends at
"Waiklki home. This year it is
announced no reception whatever
will be held. The last public recep
tion tendered by Queen Liliuokalani
was in April when she received the
members of the territorial senate at
her home in Washington Place. This
was the day war opened with Ger
many, and the American flag flew that
day for the first time over her home.
MISS DOROTHY PERRY of 814 Ki
nau street celebrated her 11th birth
day yesterday afternoon by a party.
MISS ROSELLE F. FA AST. a teach
er of Kawaiahao seminary, who has
been on the mainland for two years,
arrived this morning on the Maui to
resume her work.
WILLIAM VANNATTA, superinten
dent of the Hilo water works, left
yesterday afternoon for a trip to New
York City and New Jersey. He is a
native of New Jersey, which he has
not visited for 40 years.
HARRY L. ABELL and his sister,
Miss Hazel Abell, arrived this morn
ing on the Maui to accept positions
with the Mid-Pacific Institute. Miss
Abell will teach at Kawaiahao semin
ary and Mr. Abell at Mills school.
ROY I. GANFIELD, commercial in
structor at Mills school during the
last year, arrived this morning from
the mainland with his bride. Mr. and
Mrs. Ganfield will teach during the
coming year on the island of Maui.
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