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HONOLULU, T.H., SATUItDAY, ArniL 10, 1009
E . HVKNINO 11ULLKTIN,
KXf " ,. trimmed with t'liimes anil a corsago
I MI'S vVirSQ' "f Ml
if . MW . J-M,
-ITU HASTIHITIIJB lias cnmo
lie Hie warm, pleasant. BUii -
W Hlilny i1.dk which wo .ro
liln d.is which we ,ro ! proiudon. The distinguished giosto
no nectislnm-d to that the 'witched tho dancing with Brent tutor-
pan weeks secwed 111-,. n ort. many or them seeing foreign dnnc-'tmd
illffe.ent clime, and not the!"'B '" H "t " '" Unyc was
f f past
Honolulu of IiUnfcJ memories- Unit'"" ""'J' Jnpancrc offlccr who essayed Moigan, J I) Gaines, Hey and Mm.
enchanting place where the sun a!-,"'" timtuep. which ho went through Uoicirta Scuddor, Itav. and Mi Wad
v.... .i,i. ...i ...i- ...1....1. i.1 In fine stylo. Thero were many beau- ham. Prof, imd Mrs. M. M. Scott, Miss
In a cood te'mner. cllm.,tl.. Innnen.-ov
n ,.IIL.. nr .... f. f I.
inch-bound coast ..f sacred n.c.,..i'M
and the mellowing process, bnguu
many jcars ago, has ccrtulnly borne
fruit. Speaking of I.'astor fnslilnnt,
It la a fact In towns like New York,
Huston, and San Francisco that the
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nil recherche. A I the "falcjladlrs
lrtltlnB KfHifii lrt I. . t .
in me new suops down itwu are niso
making it Impossible to continue the
uew fashions In diess. For they aro
must have their ellect. and ccrtnlnl.- '-. "- ""' ennnu- . - .... -""- ,,,;"."",
(ho grim stern Vew Knulander -in- '" n" 8,1P "'""y8 d00' "H'1 Mr8' Abs- "" lrs- ' 0rt0, C' " Ulco' UoV- nn'1
tot he found il ere u Hie genial 1 " lfu f lho c",1',1, wn" ',n""' MrS- Ch Ul0' ,,rf nna M "arl
'on tly meeting full el eer ,, Z wlth ult "'broidery Mrs. Low , Harrington, Mrs. Alexander G. ll.wca.
eanng eci-mung mack mirror sat'.n n,nB W11, nttrnctUoly gowned In pink,
toitumes nnd all tho women who Mr8 ,()1IK W()ro ft,tchng white cblf
Imvo had their llngerlo ma.le to nc- fllr ,, Mrs ,nrkg ,mlo a 8lking
commodate tho new Idea of 'cling" appearance In a rich white satin dl
nro now idannlng to go to tho other 1Cctolrc Mrs. Harry Macf.irlane's
extremo In style. It seems pretty frock vnH pink satin with gold Mil
liard to have to buy new gowns, but broideries, anil her ornaments, din
It Is on the lines of cruelty to have to ' moiids. Mndnmo Mcnant In deep crim
cet limtprnlntlinri nu upll. lint If Ihn &,.,. un,t.. irw.bn.i ,.,ii n...i i i,..i.,l.
'saleslady dresnes one way tho "so -
cletv Imiv" utti drPM nnnttipr.
There's only one Raster style that
seems to stay, and that is chicken
flpeurHllnns Will rnn'l Min (lprnril-
tlons of tho Imniaii form divine re-
main llio snnin. imrllc-iitnrlv wliin. In
splto of the humnno society feath
ers nro still so popular?
Consul Uyeno's Reception
Ilrllllant beyond nil f.mcll.ms given 'Iter perfectly. Mrs. McGowan. of Los j 'ur. Those present Included Mn
horo recently was tho reception at tho I Angeles, woro a gown that was almost i""" n"'l Mr, ndhnms of lort Shaf
Alexander Young hotel on Monday . barbaric In Its magnificence. It was '", Mrs Atkins, Mr. ami Mrs. Clif-
uvenlng, nt wlilch Consul-General Uje
no was host In honor of Admiral
UJIchl, commanding His Imperial Jap-
nnso Majesty's training squadron, and
i,mcers. For two das tho .lapaneso
hnllors, under the command or rocrul
olflccrs. had been nt work transform -
Irig tho two ball-rooms, as well ns the
roof-garden, Into a brilliant mass or,H- nan in i.os Angeles wns in a
patriotic colors. Tho tall poles which ,hnriulng dross of black nnd ullver.l
support the canopy o.i the roof garden u'"l I'""1"- ' Snn Francisco, a'
were wound with hunting in the ,. jsclnatlng woman was In a rich black
ural colors, and signal flags, as well a, frock. Mr-. M. Phillips woro pink
the flag, of Japan and America, were''!". " l . M Scott waro a
used, as well as Japanese lanterns. loM-i toilette wl h gold or laments
prouueo mo gorgeous errcct. ir.b -
uui- so mucn goiu lace nas not iieciii"" " " " "-". . .......ov
seen hero for years, and tho coloring j ,vait '" ll stunning frock of palo mauve.
Imparted by their magnificent mil- "'! Mra. Joel Cohen waa In n bonull--forms
added much to tho spectacular ,,ul ,lrt;8H l,f ulllck Hnttenberg laco.
effect. The mauka ballroom was used Mrs- FrC(1 Damon woro whlto laco. and
for tho formal reception and In tho l,1 Japanese ladles for tho mokt part
locelvlng line were Consul General worc Mnonog, and looked dainty, sweet
Uyono, Admiral Ijlcbl, Captain Ishll, nn,l effective. A delicious supiicr wns
Captain Sato and Mrs. Abo, wlfo of tho j'Med about a quarter of eloven, nnd
vleo consul. Tho guests wcro pro- P'mch nnd lemonndo wcro served on
Bontod to tho receiving party by Mr.
Claudius Mcliilde, private secretary
to tho Oovernor, nnd tho Hon. A. L, C,
Atkinson. The distinguished Admiral
rccched many compliments during tho hml Jln'lnmo Mennnt, the Ilrlllsh Con
ihtroductlons nnd ho always respond- Bul nml Mrs- Pnmter, lho Portngueso
ed grncofully. He wiiro'niany decora-1 C""EU' Col,nt A. do S. Canavarro; tho
tlons and his magnificent uniform, im Cl'l'ieeo Consul, Tseng Hal; tho Mox
well as thoso of tho captains, wero,lea" Consul, W. Lain; tho Peruvian
... . . . . .. ri(tanl Ttfiitn niiliilirlit i !. T1..1
much commented upon. Under tho
canopy In tho center of tho roof gar
dent tho bind of tho flagship Abo
played delightfully. Out of compli
ment to tho foreign guests many well
known nlrs were henrd, but bj request,
before tho evening wnR over, tho Jap-,
a'noso miislo was listened to. After
tho reception tho guests of honor iind'
their host, Qonsul-Gcnernl JJycno, mVb
Abo -with Governor nnd Mrs. Frcnr
proceeded to tho makal ballroom,
whero tho dancing continued until ii.
The cadets weiu Illicit threo deep
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
R. T. FAlX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIF1EK
m m l. t w. Y .... r. m.i..
" S 3fV ntui'iin aii. 4 iui(Job,
rf Z3t3 a M"Vk iwiii
in twautr. and tie- I
rm. Dr. L. A.
Pavr 14 to ft
I.Vlf Of lit ItAUt.
luii (a piilrcti:
MAl jou IfcJltl
floumUflU rrpnm' m th lut hirroful (U )h
kls rlrtlloni " f "r tilt lr n inintiM v.o ancr
Uuotlt Vnltn In Ibt VblteU SUtiri, f04J uil Eun(4,
I CRO.T.H0PJUNS, Prcp 37 Cieat Jcnei Street, New ToiL
KSZ- VI ,f
-rgalnu tiiu wall and tlielr frcgh, man-
l'y niponranco undo nn "excellent lm
prosslon. Tlie iliminguniicu giesio
MM tinmen present and h-.ndso.no
ITUSUl'Il IKlSSUIIII'llll-riU, llllll .!!. "
,:c0,,s- n B,,CBt nt hc liotol.
In pink was much admired. Her frerh.
. . .. . 1. .1 fl Umltl, tliu Vmi will men MnlHIU'.
girlish beauty attracted nil eyes. Mrs Irlage of Jir. and Mrs. C. W. Case
Oeorgo Fall child was In gold fillet Uecrlug was celebrated at tho King
luce, made- Dlrcclolrc, and tho Jet or-
lintnniit In lm- It tilt rtiitttliltiml ullll
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moiids nlso decorated the low corsage,
Mrg ,:rlosl Wnterhouso wore .... Km-
plre frock of black and white spangled
nci. .Mrs. ..o!es was in wi.no gum-
f) mcr hlt0 Klltlli ,, MrB .
, i'orster. in nn cx.iulslto tollctto of
M... i .i nnn..ri...
of embroideries, was very chic. Mrs.
Gcrrlt Wilder was admired In a sping-
ln.l clnV ,i..l nvnr ulnk H-iflti Mrit
Clay. In plnl: embroidered chiffon. a.i
n nlelnrn Mis. I!rlr Knm1n lonknil
lovnlv mu l,..r frnek wn ,if vollnw
satin. Miss Clara Caruenlcr. who was
mm nf tlm helle. fifllin nvi.nltic. wnni
nalo i.lnk Dlrectolru. which suited
composed or dull old-rose satin and tlio
panels nt front and back were or tho
richest oriental embroidery In dull
' 1'urplo shades and gold threat. Tho
I cl ,l10 Bown was perreel ami ro-
ealcil lho graceful figure at every
! ,ul " Qunlnt Joweh-y g.no n dlstlnc-
, l,vu n"' tll(J tho toilette. Mrs. Walter
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'"lc roui-garuen inrougnoui mo oven
Ing Among thobo present were: Gov-
tinor nnd Mrs. Ficar, lho Italian Con-
i8"'. v- A- Schaefer; the French Consul
Consul, Iliuco Cartwrlght; tho Bel-
glan Consul, It, F. Lunge; Captain C.
I'. IlecB, U. 8. N.; Lieutenant Com
mander and Mrs. Moses, Pnj master
iind Mrs. Hornberger, Clll Fnglncer
Parks and Mrs. Parks, Major Iong.
U. C. M. C, nnd Mrs. j-ougr Captain
Low. U. S. M. C, and Mrs, Low, nnd
many marine officers; Colonel W. S.
Schuyler, 5th Cavalry, U. S, A.j Major
Foster, 5th Cavalry, and Mrs. Foster;
Major and Mrs, Slovens, .Miss Stevens,
Captain nnd Mrs. Sturges, Qaptnln and
MrB, Wlllnrd, Captain Scales, Captain
and Mrs. Day. Lieutenant and .Mrs.
Daman), Lieutenant nnd Mrs. P. II,
Shrrldnn, Lieutenant Wlnnla, Lieuten
ant McAllsler, Lieutenant Dockery,
Miss Dockery, Lieutenant J. II, Hume,
n'lng, 20th Inrnntry, nnd Mrs. Dunning;
IT Innlnnnnl Xt nniiinwi t lniii,mnn Ttnu
f iMvuiviiuiik ' LUIVIII J t J jiv llll.ll till I I il I
fiik.'Sa UkiS imSSjS'iU'o, Lieutenant Itogors, Major Uecch
MmfflMlUi.. n lint- Uiivmnol.... IT O
. ,-. ... .., . w, .....u.u,, ,. ... ...,
nil mduif, wiu (iv- -- r r - r - - p -- 'r
S'-SiSiAtMSi111"8- Ua"' Captain and Mrs. Castnor,
r.."h."ir,. Captain and Mrs, M. N. Falls, Presl-
'"p'Mii'tiV"'' icIpI" of t,u Sc,lnlu W. O. Smith, Speak
Apinocoupi or of tho Iloiibo Holstein nnd many
frit 0 ftlmtlu . . ,, .... .
nieiiuiuiB ui mo i.egisiaiurc, Ainyor
Fern, former Governor Cleghoru, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. L Ilhodes, .Mr. and Mrs.
Hany Macfniine, Senator nnd Mrs.
George Fnlrchlld, Senator and Mrs.
KmnlHcn, Hon. and Mib, JncI Cohen,
Mr, uud Mrs, Geult Wilder, Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. T. Wilder, Mr. and Mm. Knxon
Bishop, Hon. 3. M. Damon, Frank
waiuou. miss iiainuu, my, unu ...
Krcd Diimiyi, Mrs. M. 1'. Prosier, Mr.
.Mrs. M. l'hllllps, Mr. and Mrs.
Oeorgo W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. K,
waiuuu, ,u...uu, ..... ... .......
Scott Judge and Mrs llallou Walter
I The tenth anniversary of the mar
Btrcet residence by n dinner on Turs
i ... . i .. .. i l
. 5 "'B,U nl-wl"? cuv.c "? ,um
Ur luurieen. a large iinpau iiecor
nted the entrance to the lanni and
when a guest was nnnoumed his
nlrlVi n8 lcraUC(, l)y lnucl, ucat.
,1B 1)0Il ,,, t,m)aI1 wlt,, n ,lirg0 Un
spoon. In tho center of the drnwlng-
room cndrclj covering tho enormous
bear skin was a miscellaneous collec
tion of tinware, enough for nn enter
prising oum; couple to begin house
keeping with. Kach guest added to
the collection by a choiccf?) gift,
nnd fun and merriment prevailed
throughout tho evening. Itcd nnd
''J10, '" "domed the table,
nnd to tho largo and elaborately
painted placo-cards were nttachod
tin spoons. Tho cover of ono of the
courses icprcrentcd u bride and
Kl", w,,1,1 npnionrlate uccestoilcs
niu, entirely out of Vegetables ly
tllu l'l,cf- Tlls Crcntcil qulto a dl-
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, version and Immediately nil sang tho
Wedding March, Mllslc and clllt-
'.l''"t "mused tho gueats until a Into
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Wnterhouse, Mrs. Alexander G.
' Hnwcs, Jr., Mr. Charles nico of Kn-
nl. Jlr- John McKlnnon. Mr. Thnm-
" "'"b, r. uni .iiuumun
Dr. Letion-Mrs. Bryan.
T10 Hurfalfi Kventng News of Marcli
10 ),aB (bo following regarding Mrs. W,
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lllngul.hc.1 flguro among tho
gulshcd women of lluffalo and yes
terdny tho very handsome reception
given In her honor by tho lluffalo So
lely of Natural Sciences In tho Public.
Library building to mark her He para
tlon from Hint society ns its director
waB u significant evidence of tho high
regard In which sho is held, not only
by tho society but by tho people ot
Tho society's rooms woro decorated
with palms and (lowers and nn orches.
trn played during tho hours of tiiu re.
ceptlon, from 4 to C o'clock. Tho re
ceiving lino Included Dr. Leo II. Smith.
president of tho boclcty, with Dr. Lei
son nnd Mr. William Alanson Aryan,
to whom Dr. Lctson was married this
moinlng. nt his side. Others in tho
line wcro Mr. Lars Q. Sellstedt, Mr
Howard H. Baker, Mr. Hobert It. Hof-
ford, Mr. Carlton It. Pcrrlno, Mr. Ott-
mar ltclnecke, Mr. Henry It. Howlimd
and Mr. Fioderlck Houghton. Mr. Sell
steilt being tho only living charter
member ot tho society.
Dr. J.otson woro a palo bluo niossn.
line, exquisitely embroidered and in
wrought with laco. n largo black hat
W W I ft ftv V I i
Kats cause many a firs by gnawing
matches. H you have rati or mice in
house, barn or itore.get rid ol them with
Rat and Roach Paste
the only guaranteed exterminator. Also
sure death to cockroaihes and other
vermin. Drives rats and mice out of
the house to die. Money back If it falls.
I os. box ISO! Hoi. box tl 00. Sold ererr,
Pld oa reoeli o( price.
Jliiml' fliclrtt Full Cs
trimmed with plumes and a corsago
bouquet of pink roses.
Dr. Carlos E, Cummlngs, Mr. Ralph
Sldwaey nnd Mr. Herbert Smith acted
ns ushers, nnd Miss Grace Lockwood
and Miss Florence Tally presented the
largo nsscmblage of guests. Punch
was served from a tab.o decorated In
whlto flowers, und tea from a Second
table, nt which Mrs. Ksthcr C. Daven
A very delightful muslcalo added to
the pleasure of the afternoon, rendered
by a group ot artists who have inado
their placo among nuffnlo musicians.
Miss Hazel Dlckman, soprano, sang
"Mlgnon," by Ouy d'Hnrdclot; "'TIs
May, Love," by Do Kovcn. and "Tho
Voyage," by Gottschnlk, with great
expression nnd In Alio olco, Mr. John
J. Hall sang " "Its Death," by Maschcr
onle, nnd "Srcnatn," by Tolstoi, re
ceiving slnccro applause. Miss Al
berta Schlagctcr, violinist, played "The
Cynge," by Saint Saens, and "Tho Ser
enade," by Pierne, nnd Bho was re
ceived with enthusiasm. Miss Hcdwlg
Schrcy was tho ncconipanlst.
Tho event of the nftcrnoon was the
presentation by Dr. Smith on behalf
of tho Society ot Natural Sciences a
gift of new gold coin In a gold purse.
Dr. Smith In n fow slnccro well chosen
words expressed tho appreciation of
himself nnd associate members of tho
Tho society 'nlso presented Dr. Lot-
sou a handsomely engrossed set of
resolutions, expressing Its appreciation
of tho work, and making her honorary
director for life. These resolutions
were drawn tip by Mr. Henry II. How
land, who Is now the superintendent of
Mrs. John M. Morton took tho occa
sion to present to Dr. Letson a flag.
the gift of tho Hurrah) Chapter, Daugh
ters of tho American Revolution, In
recognition of tho services rendered
tho Chapter by Dr. U'tson In her work
for a foreign lecturo bureau main
tained by tho Iluflnto Chapter. Mrs.
Horton mado g long and clabornto ad
dress, reciting the uses of tho lecturo
course in educating foreigners, nnd
gave somo ot the details, especially of
tho New York Stato lecture. Mrs.
Horton also took tho occasion to pro"-
iciit hor own personal gift as regent
of tho Chapter to Dr. Lctson, a string
of very handsome gold bends. Dr. Lot
ion mado her responses with much
feeling and appreciation.
A guest book was wcllnlgh tilled
with tho autographs of lho visitors,
and tho reception ended with many
tinder farewells to Dr. Letson, and
many congratulations to Mr. Uryan on
winning- so girted a womnn for his
wife. Their faturo homo will ho In
Tlo Uonn-Lctson wedding Is report
ed a)s follows:
In Snrftt Paul's church yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock tho Itovercnd J.
A. Itegoster, S. T. D., performed thb
ceremony uniting in marriage Dr. nil
nbeth J. Letson of this city and Mr.
William AlansHh Bryan of Honolulu,
president of md Pacific Scientific In.
stltuto. Half a hundred intimate
friends witnessed lho ceremony, which
was very pretty In Its slmnlo Inform
ality. Tho hrldo, who woro whlto nnd
n largo white picture lint and carried n
whlto prayer-book, walked to tho chan
cel with (ho bridegroom, followed h)
tier mother, nnd by Mr T. Guilford
Smith and Dr. Loo 11. Smith, president
nnd first vleo president respectively
of tho lluffalo Society of Natural Scl
ences. Dr. LetBOn was for many years
tno director of tho society's museum
and upon her retirement was appointed
nonornry director for life.
After tho ceremony n fow of tho
brldo's moro- Intimate friends Blgned
ineir iinmcs In her praycrbook. as wit
ncsses of tho marriage, following tho
pretty English custom.
Mr. and Mrs. Urynn left on lho Km
plro Stnto Kxprcss for Now York and
after a stay of n fow weeks In tho
East they will go to their futtiro homo
At Cafe Martin
Mr. llruco Cartwrlght, Jr., gave
an Informal dinner nt tho Cufn Mar
tin of Pearl City on Friday evening
last In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kit'
dolf Leeds of'lllchmond, Indiana, Mr,
and Mrs, H. Dillingham, Mr. A. L. C.
Atkinson. Spring llowcis adorned
tho tnblu nnd much laughter and
conviviality mado' the minutes fly.
CWt Empty The
Androw I-nrson of Sorfnwn ft Lawn
morchnnt tailors of Halt Lnke City mm
ro low with kidney illsrnne thnt he was
In bed and death was looked for almost
Tlio treatment wan cUanicea. He bn
anil to mend. Ills nartnor nhoned the
doctor he was sllchtly better. The doo-
tor rcriicu. "it makes no nurerenoo. it
Ir as Impossible for him to recover as tt
is 10 empty me ocean."
Tho m-oirreflH wns so slow thnt the n.T
I lent would get illscouroxed and read our
book for a. bracer. He iys he thinks he
;euu ii n uunareu times, uui ine any
lie finished thn third dosen ho was linolt
to business. Wonder what his physician
thinks nbout emptying- the ocean.
Physicians call kidney trouble Nepll
litis. This means Inflammation of the
Tho old diuretics fkldnev medlrlneiil
aro kidney excitants. No wonder the kid
ney deaths lme doubled.
Fulton's Ilenal Compound Is the nrst
successful kidney emollient thus reduc
ing kidney Inflammation and controlling
niuuey irounies tnai nave resisted all
known treatment as In the nlxiva Bait
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fully restored. 1 have advised many of my
friends to try It, and all aro pleased with tho
formation In regard to Peruna at any
tlmo." Mrs. Martha Frcdrlijh, Central
Park, Long Island, Now YorkClty, Now
York, U.S. A.
One Woman's Experience.
"1 was troubled with very serious in
ternal weakness, -which exhausted me
so that I foared I would loio my mind.
"1 suffered agony with my back, the
patn extending down my left leg. The
pain was so sovcro that I would hare
welcomed ieath as a rollcf.
"Peruna surod me ot this trouble no
wonder I recommend it so highly. It
will soon bo two years slnco I found
relief from the pain, and not a sign ot
It has roturned.
"I am glad thajt thero is a way In
which I can speak of this, aa mauy a
sufferer may'read my testimonial, and
not only read, but bellovo." Mrs. Wil
liam Henderson, Cralk, N. W.T., Can
ada. SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
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