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and Miss Tower arc Indebted to Sir. after the long hot vacation day?, tlto
Richard It. Trent for automobile rldci I stria of the boat cltb feel ready to
and charming glimpses of life in ho- I bend their hands to the oars
Through tho rourtesv of tlio Oah-i Tho Honolulu I-ortgo. Order of Hast
Railway mid Land Co the taking cru atir, held a social enislon nt Hip
editors wero taken u' 1uc;1ny for a iodgo rooms on tho evening or Sop
trip to tho plncippl plantations .r'temlT 8. Cards and various games
Yaht;v;n. Members or tho I'romo v.cro playefl and a collation scrvul
Uon Committee and tho Unlet tain- Sir. n. H. Amorago. of Fullcrton, C.tl.,
mom uoisnumc accompanied tuo was an honored guct
cionj, and ctplaln'od tho "various
n cps In connection with the phallng
and raising of tho plno.
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Quarantine Island Visited.
Tho Editorial Association of South-
TrU Industry la a new one, star'od era CnlifornU were accorded, tlirmnili
cn'.y live years a?o. but ia already a, nt-? hospitality of Dr. L. K. Cofcr, In
rnmlng Lie romirorclat proportions, clnrgo of tho United Slates Qunran
At t-o prccnt time lluro arc scsia lno Station In Honolulu, an oppoitu
CCO?,CO0 rlaespilf growing In tl.lmrlty to Inspect this remarkably torn
r,cctlo:i wjth tbraj canneries In orer- plete plant on Wednesday morning,
a ion to caro .'or the maturing crop nd U1030 who were fortunnto enough
Tho roraal trp Is elfin to twelve to tal.o ndxnntago of the Invitation
t na p:r ncro and la proving exceed Ichtnlnod not only a largo fund of In
ingly prutalila to the grorcrs I lort.ia Ion ni to quarantine work Iti
At Wabliii the csowd v.ao met by Icono-M wLllo In active operation, lint
tho membe-3 of the com unity, who . rive the mod-is operandi of caring for
lurnUhed rigs icr a ttlp through thoM)Uiit fifteen hundred Japanese, thtlr
growing plas-fWiie. rher' thn Msi ore Inspection, care and roloato from ono
loamed m w!"l and plucked each for of tho finest nrd most extensive quar
litsisclf. If Ces'r-J n big pine for n online stations ou tho radfic Ocean
coivealr. HeUrrd .g to tlto station, it covers about tvrcnty-flro acre? of
each Member wci donated with n i.iound, mostly tnado ground in tho
:ol of Jobs tears ana escorted to the Uhallow watsto ot tho bay. The
so tloment atorc, vhere fre' sliced buildings aro modern and complete
Vtr.eapplo and pineapple elder wero "in every detail, cjneclally tho hcspl
evmett ...; ti vuliors could un-.tals and wards. Thla station I capv
i vr. e no cer". The Inner man belns bio of handling ten thousand peoplo
iK'Iy i:rfeltci?, t' c vUftors wcic gU-'cn a pinch, and It haa at its head a
man of g"cat experience and unusuil
execu lo rbillty in spite of hl3 notlco.
ebb affability to all. ThU station I'm
licqucntly been taxed to nearly Its full
C f"om cso to three plues, end a
ttnp'o of'i c! rlosaed sherbet, mar
aiidj bt ' c rjp. Tho rotutnlng
t riwd lol cd tto-o like a moving pro-
..:el"n of vjitJb'o vendora than a , capacity durlns sjason3 of exchango
jo-iy of a'ald c.-d tohir editors. The ot troops with tho Philippine lolanda
iantit.os lo v In bearing ara owned ' !n addition to tho hrra volume of reg
:arjcy by Ecutaera CallfernU men, ular bu:lne:3. Tho Government la
, 03'r.cct aao-j t liom 1,8 Mr. IV. D. no engaged la the ercc ion of n
Thoir.a:, wro with his god rife tool; largs dhlnfcctlns plant, nnd has re-rsrlc-jiar
p'las to ot ertaln tho par iceatly cpont SIC00 In pumping dirt
ty. Mr. CLaa. Dcic alco accompanied from the harbor lo ralso tho turfaco
Iho par y and was ccrywhcro prj. of tho qua-an.Inc Grounds, other lm
eat, ia his capae ty as spec al inrorm- provement3 under v ay end in con
ant and catcrtslrcr. Thla Mslt wilt tcmida-lon. for which money haa al
alrays to rcneaabcrcd a? one of the, ready been arproprla cd, will add to
brlchtcst featuria of the cntlro trip, alio conenlcucC3 of this very neccs
': '' '! tary and extensive In3lItutton. Mnht
Mrr. W I.. Howard, of 10T1 ncro lettcshtacafi 7cre rcnel to tho cdt
tanla nucct. cc ertalncd at tea Mon Itorial party n'lsr their inspection,
Ciy n.to.-aoon, September 17. Tho '( and the party were returned to tho
gucsta wcrs 1'-. Warren Wlhoa nnd city at noon In tho r.uatantlno launch,
the Misses llson. of I.c Angcica, OaUt, titer a very dcllshtfut morning
and Mr. r. F. Amerago. of Futlerton Unit,
; MM1MS OF PEOPLE r
Sinn fiom the limptlillty In tho
A abstract offereil the Soiilhetn
Ciillforuln lldltmhl ptrly ua n
whole, ninny of tho Individual nt-in
ters h.tvo been most clminiliigly en-
tcitnliied In varlnuii wajs bs frlindi
In tow ii. M(itirltiK. dtiu-3, nfti'tniH.'!!
teas nnd illnuir pattlei have len the
favutltc form of ciiterlnlnliig ami (!
.Southern I'.tllfornl.ms will tint ioott
luiget the ciiiltus) of Ihclr thoughttul
The University I'luli has kept op'it
liuutii) for tho men of the patty anil
this (uurttsy has been uiiiih npprerlit
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Dr. SI. Stamm, who aecompanled
! tho party and will continue his Juisr
1 Ley around tha world, has Wn Hit rt
I clplcut of much pleasant norlnt nt'ct
, tljn slnie hU arilval iu tho Uhinds
Ono evening last week Dr. Stimuli wat
tuo guczt of honor at a smoker given
by several mcr.iberj of his profession
ut the oillec of Dr. Coor.cr, and ho tar
ried away wltn him tha most tiutin
souvenir clvcn a guest at u llimoluln
Junction In many a long day. Whin
tho hosts and guests assembled It wit 1
found tbat Mr. McDonald was tho only
man who had Conned his drc3s suit 'or
tho occasion, whereupon each oao bt
I "tno.c picacnt" inscribed his naruo In
1 classic chirograph)- upon the gcuml
! doctor's shirt fiont, and tho while ni.n
bblnlng tablet wan then cut looio fiinii
its moorings and prcscatcd to thu
kDucst of compliment. The records fall
to chow tho expression of tho victim it
lace aa tho operation was pcrlormed.
lilt it ii sntd that tho amputation was
quite patnlcis and without lorn 01
blood. Ihoso who enjojed the cveit'
Ins were Dr. I. M. McDonald, Dr. (,'of
er. Dr. George Herbert, Dr. U. 11. Coop
cr, Dr. James Judd, Dr. Ti. (3. Wulur
ho'tsc. Dr. McUeulffin, Dr. rjsmua, l)r
Smith of the Navy, Dr, Waller Hoff
man, Dr. Lehman ot San I'iiuuIhco,
Dr. J. T. Wavaon. Dr. Edward Ami''
Itngc, Dr. A. tl. tlodgltis.
Phortly after his nrrlval Dr. Htantr.t
was the guest of Mr. (loirge Itodlek
nt the I'ncllle (Jltili, Mr. Klnm liclng
also of tho patty.
Mondny evening of this week Dr
.Stamm was tho guist of compliment
at a stag illnnct given by Mr. Kodlck
nl his home on Nutintiil Avenue, Mrs
RoilIck assisting her husband in re
tching the guetts, who Included Cap
tain lluriilintn, Mr. Albert Horner, ol
Hawaii, Mr. V. l'fiitcnliiiucr.
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Al n slag dinner given nt the Uni
versity Club Inst week by Dr. A. O.
Hodglns those naked li meet Dr
Slanim wero Dr. Jack Nelson of the
Alameda, Dr. C. II. Coopct, Dr. James
Judil. An operating clinic was glveu
TiiiHilny morning nt the IJurcn's hoa
pltnl In honor of the veiling phsl
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Dr. Cooper 1ms liiken Dr. Blnmm on
evcrul pleasant maturing lilps fthout
the illy.'itlvliig tho Callfornlnii oppor
tuultyto iidinlro the beauties of the
imtlvlnt- country. Dr. Hoilglns, Dr.
Judd and' Dr. Mi Donald entertained
Dr. Stamm ul thu Vlrtuo Club nnd lat
er tho visitor was shown the leper do
le-;tlou eiimp. where ho examined
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Mr. nnd Mrs. U. I' Vnn I.uven of
Cotton were entertained nt dinner
by V Ii. Wnldioii nnd an another oc
casion were dinner guets of Mr. Lind
say of llllii. Oilier hoKpllnlltlts of a
Klmllar natiiro luivo been offered .Mr.
nnd Mrs. Vnn 1 men by Mr. and Mrs.
David Thrum nnd Mr. Hliulnton,
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Miss Wlnnllrcd Matlln of UedlatnM
was the giimt of Mri. 1 I lloogii on
several dellghlfiil drives.
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Mr. and Mm. I) (I. Holt of Santa
Munlcn etiJoed motoring trips with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Md'ntidless nnd daugh
ter In their blgrnr. Mis. llciitoii. tho
Misses Wilson and Miss Tower nro
also Indebted to Mr. MeCnmllCKS for
r. ride In his eni.
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Mr. and Mrs llurlon, Miss Mnrtln.
tiolulu, ono notable trip Including tho
search for green cocoahuls, followed
by ten nt tho home of Mrs. Dlckerton
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nishon nnd Mrs. It. D. Hestarlck
entertained most delightfully at din
ner Sunday. September ninth, at tho
rectory In Dmma Square. The guests
(Included former Sail Dlego friends ot
the host nnd hostess nnd were Mr. and
Mrs. U 1'. Doollitle of Los Angeles and
Miss Isabclle Morgan of San Dlego.
Mr. and Mrs. Donllttle and Mr. Paul
Moolt) of Ilcdlands wero charmingly
entertained at Sundny hlght Slipper by
Mrs. Henry L. Castle on the same
evening nt Mrs. Castle's bcititlfiil home
on College Hills.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clinton J. Ilutchlns
entertained nt dinner Wednesday even
ing, among those who were there be
Ing Mr. and Mrs. 1.. V. Doollitle or Wi
Angeles, and Mrs. W. 8. Porter, lf
of Captain Porter of the Mongolia.
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Mr. Warren Wilson, his three daugh
ters, the Misses lrma, Cora and Lots
Wilson of Iis Angeles, and Mr. K. II'
Amerigo of 'Santa Ana, were the
guests of the day on their arrival of
Mr. Will P. Ihomas for tea
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Mr. nnd Mrs I V. Doollitle, Mr. nnti
Mrs. Q. ltny Ilorton nnd Mr. C. V. Hoi
land of Los Angeles enjojed n similar
delightful hospitality at the attractive
homo of Attorney D. K. Wltblngton.
Mr. Withlngton also entertained thla
same congenial paity nt the baseball
game the following day.
again. Practice will be resumeu ai
oneo and perhaps next Regatta Day
will hive a new featu.re to Introduce In
the program of the day.
A most novel and delightful enter
tainment was given Tuesday evn'n
to a number of the editorial party. W
Mr. and Mrs. A. aartley, Jr. It was
a Japanese dinner, served at the Mo
chliukl club house, Walklkl. Tnu
guests were arrayed. In kimonos nnd
at with chop sticks nnd were daintily
served by a trio of geisha girls.
The dinner wns seryeu in courses
r: 7lK v
' Mr. Warren Wilson and-'the MltMu
Wilson, who are staying at the Ho-'
wallan. ari guesta-al a house party
for the, se'k,j!ticj ,al: (he hospitable
home of Mrs. Thomas of Wahlawa. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. MeCandlcsa will
entertain nl dlhfler' Friday evenlnk at
then- honle nt Walklkl. Those for
Whom cdVcra wilt be luld.nre Mr. atltt
Mrs. J. J, Penny, Mr. and Mra. Edgar
Johnson, Mb. and Mra. D. 0. Holt, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. Ray Hbrton, Miss Grace
Tower and Mr. Ralph Springer.
Mra. Humphries, a guest al the Mo
ana Hotel, waa the hosteaa Monday
afternoon at a delightful surf party
given In compliment to Miss King,
L !',- J-L-g
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and th? menu inciuucu "i ."- -,ho.e betrothal to Mr. Cochburn waa
shlmn.'suuomono, shloyak , Kucn.iori, ariBOUnofd.' Abotji tWeity
chawau-muschl, eul.ntusl(lnl. tori- , Mt.g Hiimphr,
umanl.. which translated, meahs abup . fjt pollowlhg the 'dip In Ine
Psh, (tsh salad a laaponalse. bollW WA
fish, sweet chestnut' and fish ball, &
atcltmer stew, lobster a la Jnpand eo, Mf Mi Mre
fried chicken a la Japanalsb, sake, rice. q clmflng.tllh d)nn,r of eghl cover
Weeded tcgclables, etc. The dinner n the prlytU .h)f foom of m
favors were dainty hand-painted allK Jo(fe) evehln. Bllvef
fans nnd the menu carda bore Japan- ciin(,clabra wn criison candles shad
c'se scenes In water colors. .. 'ed In ruby silk occupied the center ot
Following the dinner the geisha g Iris tabe whh
danced, each ngitre and movemcni be- bM 'uiilttlA out the
Ing Interpreted to the dcllg ted audi-
enee by Mr. C. Bhloiawn, editor ; of Iho 'noV
Hawaii Shlnpo Sim. The tnost . nter- j
eating llguro was the one dep letlnK ) oHmcntg WM khe rose dinner given
battle hetween the Rttss tan. add MP- Mond , , h , dnl
dnese In which, natdrally, th6 Japan- oom Young m by Mr and
esc won. nnnri.. ' Mrs. Hnrry Cobb. 'The light from the
The California g. est s great Ijr JPprfr, u j
elated the honor of I be Ing .,h; table through silken shades and
nt the Moehlzukl. which Is a cl. it nof K QatMli0UB
Included Mr. and Mrs. Irwinlw. utp bossoms beB scattered over
lain nnd Mrs. Dlsmukes. Mr. and MM. "
Doollitle, Mrs. Tlnsley, Miss isaue ne
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hay Horlon were Wlire Morgan, Mr. Perkins, Mr. and
tincr guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry MrBi Ci ghiozawa, nnd Mr. and Mrs
A. Oartley, Jr.
Denlson on a recent Sunday. An clab'
orate table of Hawaiian trulls and del
Icacics was spread. Mr. Denlson and
Mr. Horton were bojs together lit Cnl
Ifornli nnd recalled many of their
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Capt. Isaacs of the U. S. Navy, en
Dr. Stamm was the guest at lunch
con Monday of D. Walter Hoffman. '
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nr. stnmm Balled Wednesday for
Special $ ale
TEW PANS and QA3DKN HOU
iflSHNBTt, TWINE AND RONH
' WIRE CLOTH AY
1 cMmnc7 f. COM
Hi rtnriiiiiyH. a uni
New Zealand nnd will later v.s. e.u.u. , . , .
',".. ..... .....! .- iron nnd the Land of the ChryBantliemum T. ." ' .!,.,.'.-. . -ki u.u ih
iiTiiiiiii-u . i"u.,r,lu ... "-- .. . .,.,i , 1, n.ii.. ii -
of Kan Dlego, Mr. Paul Moore, of Heel- nnu owur "
lands, nnd Lieut, l'rauklllig, ol U. S lauseui a j.a..
nnvy, at luncheon at the Moana hotel
Sunday, September tC
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Mrs. J. J. Penny, ot I.ong
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
picture Framing a peelalty.
MS . IBRETANIA IT.
Some of the Editorial party will ro.
main In Honolulu a short time after
ii,i. iim roi.irn nf the natty. Mrs. M. A. Jilt-
.. ......;.' .;..'." p. ,;.nt ,BHv'l.,t..m and Miss Virginia Uowman ot
was entertained Tl.ursdiy at luncheon j Los Angeles, who have ' 0,artt"e"U " TELEPHONE BLUE 881
at tho Moana hotel, by Mrs. W. M. tlio itoyai 1 "" ";.. " ,;.-,
......... I .! InilpHnltvlV. Miss Nelle llOhu
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Boat Club Girls Busy.
Tho Kunalu Rowing Club will hold
Its annual meeting for election of of
ficers on the 21th of September. With
tho new boat liottso well under way
and with surplus energy bubbling over
dorn of I.os Angeles, wio Is the house
guest of Madame Clark and Dr. Clark
will not return to the Slates till Oci
. n iiet.irnlnir on the Alameda ou
.1.1. -ii..,, .in bo also Miss Tower of w,ln "
i..,ien. who will be at Iho Young WClMkH'R FXr.HANGB
I Hotel till her dcparluro. . HOTEL. NEAR FPWT.- '
Do your clothe need look
ing arWt If ao, leave them
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