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frt-ymyifE CTpyw Wyrr EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1908 5 - mi kw)11 jm"j Vl ROYCROFT PHILOSOPHY trf B'Y F R A ELBERTUS Wc are traveling to the beau tiful City of the Ideal. We are aware that we shall never reach It but the suburb are very pleasant. It is not fanaticism that op poses process it is simply inertia. Thought heals the wear of ex istence, but it must be new thought., The heroic man does not pose; he leaves that for the man who wishes to be thought heroic. There are six requisites in ev ery happy marriage. The first is Faith, and the remaining five are Confidence. In explaining a theme to an other It becomes luminous to ourselves Why not be a Top-Notcher? A Top-Nolcher is simply an in dividual who works for the institution of which he is a part; not against it. . To lose your identity in the business is one of the penalties of working for a great institution. I All beauty is but' a symbol of spirit. " A civil tongue and a deaf ear mean money in the bank. You better be an Is-Now than a Has-Was, and as for a Not-Yet-But-Soon, why he is always one. Environment counts for so little unless you help to make it. The highest wisdom often consists in mere passivity. We gain freedom by giving it, and he who bestows faith gets it back with interest. Genius is a capacity for evading hard wor't. Copj right 1903, by Elbert Hubbard V'jL iTWt SOCIAL 'NOTES Silnn side Condensed Milk IEDDC for ANY TIME. KCCn in ANY WEATHER It costs tess than half as much as ordin ary cows' milk. Best for all table and Kitchen uses. Guaranteed to be perfectly pure Ask your grocer. Theo. It. Davies & Co., Ltd,, DISTRIBUTORS. lI T NOTICE! 1 Owing to the constant increase of our business calling for service by wagon we find it necessary to limit the hours during which we will receive orders for delivery in the morning. Complaints have reached ut of the failure of our drivers to deliver meat in time to be cooked for the midday meal. To better the con dition and eliminate such complaints we ask your as sistance toward a better service to the extent that you telephone your orders in the afternoon or early even ing, or leave aTequest that you, be called before that hour and your order taken by our representative in the office. We cannot under any circumstances guar antee morning delivery of goods ordered after 8 a. m. Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd. Phone 45 To Typewriter Opwators TJ nothing but Remington Carbons and Ribbons as they are IKE Standard for Quality in every respect. Call in and sm the new Remington Adder fc Substraotor Typewriter OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd. - 931 Fort St. EXCLUSIVE TERRITORIAL AGENTS FOR THE REM INGTON TYPEWRITER CO., OF NEW YORK. - (Continued from Page 6 lrmxard Schaefer, Mrs. Hoycl, Mrs. A. 0. Robertson, Mrs. Alex. Robertson, Misses Helen. Hilda and Lily Robert son, Misses lorna I auk en, Margaret Castle, Beatrice Castle, Constance Ooodatc. Ireno Flshor, Vera 'Blanche Soporr Constance Rcstarlck, Eleanor Waterhotise. Society to Help Outrigger Tlie umriRRor uwo is now prepar ing a grand feto on an elabornte Rcale Bhonlng what nn advantage this club is to Honolulu. We have all watched with great interest tho growing or this little club, the nucleus of which was planned and carried out by Mr. Ale ander Ilumo Ford, Dr. r. H. HiimphrU, Jmleo Ballou. Mr. James Wilder and Mr. duy nothwcll. On arriving in Ho!' nolulu Mr. Alexander Hume Ford was much struck by. tho non appreciation of one of Hawaii's greatest charms tho Burf. He realized the old sport of riding tho surg was dlng out. and if indulged at all, It was onlj the ptasf Ing amusement of a few tourists. ,,86 this llttlo club was formed to teach Mm children of Hawaii as well as tho kadults the art of swlmmfng, sruf rid ing and canoeing and make It pos ilblo by having tho club to rclvvo this iiport which was faBt dying out. Thd Cluli has only been In existence a few months and already-tho character of the beach has changed and one sees numbers of pcoplo every day cnjovlng the exhlllratlng sports of the sea. Tho coming water carnival, which will oc cur on tho afternoon and evening of Novomber 7th, between the Moana and Seaside hotels will be ono of the grandest Hpcctacular events of tho seat-on. Already amusements arc being planned on a most elaborate Bcale In which electrical effects will play 'an Important part, making the progress of the siiff boats and canoes seem like Hmprlsonod lightning plolwng through waters of fire. Dancing at the Seaside arid Moana hotels will continue throughout tho evening, tho Juvenile element being specially asked to the Seaside and tho grown-ups at the Mo ana. A piomenade will join tho two hotels and seats are to bo plcaed along the beach for the comfort of the guests. A kahuna gypsy will be one cf the features of the evening, and for a slight sum will read your palm. There will also be Mima lei sellers, -n Hawaii booth, where one can cat both pig and poi; peanut and rose fortunes can be had, and daintily dressed gon dolier girls, who will paddle you for a small sum, up and and down the lagoon. Fancy dancing by the peer less Center girls and others can be Been, and lemonade and coffee "booths w III bo an Important feature. The pat ronesses for the Outrigger Club Bports jBked and to bo asked are: Mrs. Frear, Mrs. Ilcos, Mrs, Moses, Mrs. Hornbor iter, Mrs. Langhorne, Mrs. Swanzy, Mrs. S. B. Dolo, Mrs. A. O. Hawej, Mrs.'B. D. Tcriney, Mrs. Qerrlt Wilde,-. Mrs. Humphrls, Mrs. D. A. MottSmlth, Mrs. 8. M. Ballou, Mrs. Sa mDamon, Mrs. A. E. Murphy, Mrs. J. A. Ken nedy, Mrs. F. Klamp, Mrs. F. Lowrey, Mrs. Geo. Davies, Mrs. C. B, Cooper, Mrs. Sanford Wadhams, Mrs. AllCe Hastings, Mrs. Oeo. Herbert, Mrs. rtnlph Forsier, Mrs. C. Kimball, Mrs. James Judd, Mrs. C. W. C. Deerlng, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs Klebahn, Mrs. W. It. Castle, Mrs. Ernest Ross, Mrs. Frank Halstcad, Mrs, J, Morton Rlggx, Mrs. M. F. Prosser, Mrs. laukea, Mrs. 3am Parker, Mrs. W. H. Babbitt, Mm. Harvey MurTay, Mrs. Alan Bottomley, Mrs. W. R. Brlnckerhoff, Mrs. Chas. Atherton. Mrs. C. Montague; Cooke, Mrs. Tcnney Pock, Mrs. Andrew Ful lcr, Mrs. Sam Wilder, Mr.s Wm. Love, Mrs. Clarenco Cooke, Mrs. Fred Wal- Iron, Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs. M. Phil ll)B, Mrs, Elizabeth Church, Mrs. Rob ert Atkinson, Princess Kalanlanable, Mrs: J. M. Dowsett, Mrs. C. B. High, Mrs. S. Kingsbury, Mrs. M. M. Scott. Mrs. John Lucas, Mrs. H. E. Cooper, .Mrs. J. .8. McQrew, Mrs. Bocdefeld, Mrs. A. N. Campbell, Mrs. Walter Mac fat lane, Mrs. Fred Macfarlane, Mrs. C. Jii Rol, Mrs. W. L. Moore, Mrs. C, B. Wood, Mrs. Chas. Wilder, Mrs. Mary Clnnn, Mrs. E. I. Spalding, Mrs. A. irtley, Miss A. Paris, Mrs. A. Wall, Mrs. A. A. Young, MrB. R. W. Ander fcon, Mrs. E. C. Waterhouao, Mib. FTOd Wutorhouso, Mrs. Lewton-Brain, Mrs, . 1). Gaines, Mrs. Walter Jones, Mrs. Goo. Angus, Mrs. H. von Holt, Mrs. J. 3. Walker, Mrs. Geo. Smith, Mrs. Alan Herbert, Mrs. Sam Alan, Mrs. C. M, Cooke, Mrs. Richard Cooke, Mrs. Mc Stocker, Mrs. C. W. Parke, Mrs. How ard Hitchcock, Mrs. John Wadman, Mrs. H. McK. Harrison, Mrs. O., C. Wall, Mrs. Bruco Mackall, Mrs.. Wul ter Hodman, Mrs. II. 8chultzo, Mrs. Bratnard Smith, Mrs. Usborne, Mrs. Stanley, Lady Heron, Mr. F. "B. An gus, Mrs. C. 0. Uallentyne, Mis. J. .1 Reiser, Mrs. A. Berg, Mrs. Bliker(6n, Mrs. J. O. Youhg, Mrs. G. B. Caitle, Mrs. Alice Hastings, Mrs. Fred Dam, on, Mrs. B.'F. Dillingham. Mrs. Jas. Dole, Mrs. R. D, Mead, Mrs. W. W. North.'Mrs.'W.'A. Pnrdy, Mrs. A .8. Humphreys, Mrs. D P. R. tsenberg, Mrs. Jaeger, Mrs. Tom King, Mrs. A. f, Judd, Mrs. Albert Judd, Mrs. W. A. Kinney, Mrs. Geo. Kluegel, Mrs. T. F. Lansing, Mm. A. Lewis, Mrs. J. D. Dougherty, Mrs. F. E. Itlchardton, Mrs, L. Whltehouse, Mrs. W. O, Smith, Mrs. Ranny Scott, Mrs. A. P Taylor, Mr. W. W., Thavor, Mrs. Clem..ns, lliv. Albert Waiorhouso, Mrs. Ed Watson, Mrs. Ellen Weaver, Mrs. f. Wight, MrB., Chas. Weight. Mrs. Wltlilngtrn, Mrs. Wells Peterson, Mrs. W. M. Giu liani. Mrs. L. h. McCandless, Mis AVrlghtsbn, 8. Wilder, Mrs. Joi. Schwartz, Mrs. Clifford Wood, Mrs Wajson, Philip Weaver, Harry Mao farlane, MrB. Walloce Farrlngton, Mrs C. Ftazler, Mrs. Grossman, Mrs. E. U Lord, Mrs. Cation, Mrs J. Drew, Mrs. Center, Mrs. Tuttlc, Mrs. Marsden Campbell, Mrs. Edward Walker, Mrs, J, P. Cooke, Mrs. L. A. Abies, Mis. Fred Carter, Mrs. Carl Du Rof, Mrs. Efnnger, Mrs.'Kalph l.von, Mrs. L. A Thurston, Mrs. Pearson, .Mrs, Gait, Mrs. A. L. C. Atkinson, Mrs Tom Wall, Mrs. Chas. Rhodes, Mrs. Schacfcr, Mrs. Wavson.'Mrs. Magoon. Mrs J. A. Mc- Indies, Mrs.' Reldford, Mrs. F. Bush, Airs. w. M, uranam, .Mrs. boh.t, .Mrs, J. Guild, Mrs.,E. B Paxtou, Mrs. Me- lanphy, MrJ oufrey, Mrs J-rank litis tacc, Mrs. Tnjlor, Mrs. McChcsney, Mrs. Krod Smith, Mrs. RbthweU ' Wo oro all gTad'Mo know that Mr. James Wilder has kindly consented to be tlie head of the men's committee for the Outrigger Club, like the public splritcs man he Is, anil in his able hands all Is' sure; to" go wctl. ' I n U A fair will be held at the tesldence of Mrs C. M. Cooke, corner Beretanla and' Kaplolanl street, on Saturday af ternoon from 2 Until C for the Castlo home for Children. Those intorcMid have been"ib'tis(Jyvltiigaged'rfor wco'ie preparing for the ovent ami the viiiIoim booths mentions fbe;ow ,wi:; .surely tempt everybody to patroulre tlili worthy charity. Mrs. J K. MexMamt Mrs. Fred Bush-were the conimiiici in charge. Doll Table Mrs. Wlllanl Ilrnvvn, chairman: Mrs. Joe J. Cooke, Mr A Gartloy, Mrs. Blssel. Re.ill beautiful dolls, H DELICACIES Oi tlie Season Seedless Raisins, Sultanas, Currants, Assorted Candied Peels, Assorted New Nuts This Season's Crop Mince Meat This Season's Pack, Cranberries I Mill SSfSK'TTwSFSi Henry Ltd., Fort Street i r,.il..1. 1 IMLav & j Plicae 22 J cdasat-TaiTStcEP- Cavalry, who was retired for disabil ity Incident to the service on Sept. 21, 190S, was born ln,Uurgla jimi 27, IST'p, and Is a graduate of the if. S. M. A , class of 1S99, when i 4 :i second lieutenant he was assigned to the 3d Cavalry. Ann) and Nv Journal. Next Tuesday will be Iulles I) ty hi me innimerciui uiuu,(U)ii hjiotmi , dlnnets nro being lueparcd )ov tho tables ala)H engaged. " Mrs. Mary Gunii will conduct :i dnniing cI.ihs for children at half past two todn at Odd rellows' Hull nnd ndvauced pupils will be taken at hulf-paKt three. Mrs. Giinn in making n specialty of phjslcal cul ture and has devoted ninth tliun (n tor asSSSjrjBGSSS&f&ZFrfZ f PQUALI mx in Mrs. Elizabeth Krecth has been very ill during the p.ist uol mid i now unablo tu leave her room. Mrs. S. M, Parker U nt tho- Queen's Hospital, where slie will un dergo an operation. Judge Lindsay will soon go to the Coast to Join his wife and b.iby daughter. Mrs MacKinnon Is now In Parts in route for Englnnd. Judge and Mrs. Hatch, who nu now In Washington, have taken a furnished Itause on Rhodo Island nvenue Just off Connecticut. Sllsa Hatch will have u coming-out purt this winter. 1 A Victor On Our Easy-Payment Flan. BERQSTEOM MUSIO COMPANY, Iu Fort St, just above King. iFall Millinery BEAUTIFUL STYIES NOW ON EXHIBITION. MISS POWER'S BOSTON BLDG., FOBT ST. For Sale Several flue 'BUILBINO LOTS at PUUNUI above 11 ' liha St. on proposed extea ion of oar line,', good foil no rocki, vndbttrncted view, cool and healthy. 50x105. Prioe reduced to $150;'?25 cah, balance ?10 p. m. P. E. RStraudh WA1TYBLD0, . T4S.HN0ST. party ;lresVr calling gowns, -l", ""l"u -""! " " shift waist Biilts, opera coats l re ty """ i"'"ir ron-n oi suuij hats, comploto wirdrolM's. sallo.- bo a ear- she u " mosl Rracefu' ex end babies trunks with holo onfiM. n"ent of the urt. nnd her nc.v Ice Cream and Cake-Mrs. Wells dnnces nro 'Ireums of nrtlstlc pojtu- Petcrsnn. chairman: Mrs. J. A.. Ken- 'nB- nedy, Mrs, J. A. McCamlless, Mi it J. Angus, Mrs. A. Pearbon. Mrs. Whit ney, Mrs. Ed Paris. Mrs. Griffiths MIm Oilman,' Miss Bessie Hoiwr. Mli" Jes- nle Parke. Home made cakij a'i. lc cream, cornucOpUs ' Bargain Table .Mrs. St. C. Saycis. chairman; 'Mrs. O. H. Gere, Mrs. Hop' wood, assistants. This table ieti Is special mention as there will be so amny nice things for chtldiei fnn S cents to $25. Doll hats, doll rOnt bangers, tamoshanters, doll khltteil shoes, knitted Jackets, hug me tiglita. tails, purses, watch fobs,' fi'iiu-,'-marbles, etc. Froncy Work Tabid Mfs. Marstnn Campbell, chairman; Mrs. Pic J Low rey, Mrs. W. II. Parrlngton Mm. Ileld- ford, Miss Beatrice Castle, Miss Mai Jorlo Castlo, Miss Alico Cooke assist ants. eBautlful silk bags, pin curb Ions, hatpin holders, coat hangers, lin en bags sofa cushions embroidered belts many handy articles. Delicatessen Mrs. Arthvr Wall, chairman; Mrs. A. Fuller, Mm i. du Uol, Mrs. H. Waterhou", Mrs. W, Wall, Miss I. Schaefer. Ml:. M. Wul kcr, Miss M. Hopper, tioast chicken, ham, duck, turkey, Jelltev, JnuiB,,cln't ney, 'plcklcB, relish, pork and beaux, Mayonalse dressing, ho.vo midu toi, d6ughnuts, rolls, bread Lemonade Mrs. Fred Damon, chair man; Miss Julio Dat'iim, Mb's Vera Damon, assistants. Lemonade and fruit punch for tho thirsty. CandyMiss Madge McCandlcss, (halrmau. Cocoanut, maple fudge,, car- iimei luago, cnocoiaie luago, peanut, creams, etc., all homo rrfade. Children's Clothing Mrs. Fred Bush, chairman; Mrs. -Chas. Atherton, Mrs. North, Mrs. J. A. Johnson, as rlstants. All aorta of-prttty dresses, sacqnes, hats (pignut) underwear, etc. A charming reception awaited Gov ernor orfd Mrs. Krear. Mr arid Mrs. Nbwoll, Mrs. Hartley, Mr. Hosmer and Mr. Cumpbell on Monday evening at picturesque Walawa, .(the -host and hostess being Mr, and Mrs. Augustus Knudsen, so popular both In Honolulu and Kauai. Hundreds of Chinese lan terns Illuminated tho (beautiful grounds and the largo rooms wero dec- oratod In palms, greens and American Beauties. Governor and Mrs. Krenr und' party made most lasting and fav orable Impressions and greatly appre ciated the hospitality bo kindly shown them. Mih. Wutdcmar Knudsen, with her old-world grace and charm asslsL- ed"Mr. and Mrs. Augustus' Knudsen In receiving. Shu Is a well known natroi: of ttio arts and her house, U full of beautiful paintings, or which who Is a very good Judge. 'Mrs., Aivustu Knudsen, u beautiful womoi., looked her b6st in a chic toilette of ere in catln emliroldered In yellow nnd oirhlds. Her Jewels were nmethijts und gold filigree. A delicious suppsT was seived, and strains of awCct intis io wero played by tho quintet Club which was engaged for the evening. Capt. Grayson V. Heldt, 11th U. S. White Canvas and Buckskin Shoes There is the same Standard Regal Quality m these shoes' ns there is in out Mack 'rvrul tin shoes. They aie all the Most model, ami all fashioned in the Bcyal way. Mads with solid Goodyear welt. REGAL WHITE" CANVAS ' 'f3 50 GENUINE WHITE BUCKSKIN $5 00 WHITE CANVAS OXFORD -. i. . . . $3 00 Expert repairing dc.nc quickly while jou wait. REGAL SHOE STORE, CORNER OF KINO AN 3 BETHEL STREETS. tessM&Seyj&s ! 1111 J ' II , Clajton Hliafil. lf vrars old, wis found decapitated on the Schiivlkll! & Lehigh railroad tracks near Lam port, Pa , It being believed he tluow himself in front of u train because he was asked 'o iclmburse the owner of piopeity he end another bov wcie suspected of hiving set on Are Because tho American Society of Equity of North America was Incoi- porated under the laws of Indiana, nnd the by-laws specify ImlliulapjUx is tho place of annual meeting, t!m convention which has brought liun- dicds of fanners fiuni nil parts of tho country to Mllvv iul.ee. Wis , baa been called Illegal by the society's uttor lie) . Mme. Davldoff, u native of Russia, but now a reslc";nt of Now Yoil-, will establish a farm to be operated cxclu slvely by women, ut Belle Crest, Long Island. The commonwealth attorney of Buckingham County, Virginia, has asked tho Govemoi to send detect ives to that seem, and It Is fented the Zlmmerm.in-l homas bands of out laws, recently driven from thu i nun try, havo leturned. The Weekly Edition of the Evening Bulletin gives a complete summary of tht news of the day. 3Enanasia!ra73afflSEn25ssEaH Herring - Hal Marvin. Safes No other Safe nnih today is so vvell constructed, so cnthely and absolutely PRO 3F api , i i an h .rlai-3. And no other is si popular today with the bjniutss men of San Tranciseo, vho, since tits Ljjj 'Quake, liavc had ijood reason to know thhe relative nwrils of the dtifciciit safes. Consider these facts vk;n you want a safe. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. A Skin of Beauty is aJoy Forever rl. T. FELIX fiOUIAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM 08!MA6!CAL BEAUTIHER RU, Kiirl kt Mm , ou bf utt. n i ! t4lttl)4u. It h nood tbt U4 ef t year. luultitifurtU 1 ttptlj nifelt. H , w .tCT-iwi mnunrn j i i rn i i mil ii.-tw i rmnwivi-awiwi c-.twr HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. H BSKSaSSBSS Honolulu Construction and Braying Oe,, UMITED. N GENERAL CONTRACTORS. PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154. Fort St., 0pp. W. O. Irwin & r Ltd. We do all kinds of Teaming; aha deal m Crushed Rock, White and Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Boil, Etc. SATE H0VINO A SPE- CIALTV. . m m fill tt flBllUl Ktrsf Dr. L. A. FiTrt i4 o b r tbf iiiuu htWU) um IhlD. RlTTt 4r ff tbi ton t th A ID ita tin "iion. r " mum u nai" vnr Kofi oiStn l tkt Ulltl (Utw, t".44 ua Karur.. 'rtllT.HfUIS, frts.. 17 Biiit J:m Street. KiwTwi Meals served at all hours ut tho Novy inland Uukciy, Hotel street. Good Folks Take Notice It's a Good Sign ' If it's painted by Stanley Stephenson,, The Paint Shop. 134 Kinp; St. -.jlfal4el..iltfl-w. JJtau-' V tUm ! aWiiatotAJMifS .ite. -I ? aMaJMc. riLi&kBSUt,i i.- il