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.HONOLULU '-STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY SEPT. 10, 1912.
Afier a summer of comparative
quiet the society folk are about to
open their town homes again with all
manner of gay festivities. With few
variations the entertainments have
been dances, tnusicales. cards and re
ceptions. One of the more original
hostesses gave a baby dinner a few
weks ago, while a member of the
younger tset sent out invitations to a
Yania Yarna dance, and still another
hostess entertained a number of
young giils at a hoop-rolling party.
Any touch of the original lends en
chantment to. the affair and is appre
ciated by the guests. . A recent issue
of the New York Times chronicles in
its society column an entertainment
given by the poet Richard Le Gallic n
ne and his wife, at their mansion. in
Howayton, Connecticut. Spectators
jrho viewed the gayeties of the Le, Oal
lienne home that evening might easily
have supposed that a1 dance was in
progress, as the bewigged ladies and
gentlemen passed and - repassed tho
open windows... B,ut the guests .were
merely indulging in an old-world
"rout". The Inyitations, too,; were
unique and out' of the ordinary, 'and
read something like this:
Mr. and Mrs. Richard LeXJallienne
desire the qinfament of your presence
at a simple Old World rout .
at their h6me In Rowayton, Conn.,
at Nine o'clock A ; -i
on the evening of Saturday, August
the thirty-first ..;-'' " 7
' Costumes: Period of Gebrge III -
Be pleased o honor us with a reply.
This be "pleased to honor us with a.
reply" must, have come as a reflff p
the guests who no doubt are accus
tomed io the "ft. S. V. P.". that orna
ments the lift-hand corner of all invi
stations. : Then, too, the friends of .Mr.
.. and Mrs. Le Galllenne ; must ''have
thoroughly enjoyed this new manner!
or spending an evenings
,:. Honolulu society foflTcouldvnot pos
sibly ask for.' a better setting for de-
HBuuui-cuiBi uu,eu" wi v j
nave.- inejr nomes are many 01 mem,
almost palatial, and the grounds sur
rounding them are planted with . ex
uis te pa ms and other varieUes .of
tropical plants. sun. ror the past -
year there Las been no chronicle of
any evening f ae? -where the
lawns were- lighted with --Japanese
lauieiu., hhi. un euwiuuuiueuv uiu-.0f
iw8?8"6! dan,C' A. r?usIcale
w f r 1 m nvi 1 111 v '(ill ii 11 rir . a ti v
vwws3 wv w r
uuuk ut pnnui parucumr yur ug
me commgi iwo raonins wnue vine
Warm weaiuer SUll noias SWay. ; v I
ivert month lhpr wiirnrnhflhiv no
will l be eivebY ihe vmmeer .JTlZl
" ue wie oua. "v
ri0 vI5ed it! nberVwier 02
but. there re few, t any, of th,e.:ent cuIlnary maxims: amo which W
young loiKs .wno - would . not enjoy a
"real old-fashioned Hallowe'en party in-
young folks .who: would i not enjoy a
Is the Modern
The modern . "Caloric" 1s a complete" Cookstove and will cook :practl-
Ncally evtrythinfl, that, can i be cooked In
; i More Than 75 of. Your fiiei Bill Saved-
beslds i wonderful amount of time, labor and discomfort. - : :- !
' All nutriment apd delicious flavors are' preferved. riescorchlng' or
" burning.' Meals are ready to serve" at your own convenience. T
Prices ranos jfrom $110 to $2833.
W V.tDIf.lOND & Co..
MRS. ARTHUR B.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 8:15 P. M. i
SI, 75c, '''50c n sale at Promotion Rooms, Friday, Ccp-
UNTIL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
'JapTOSeaziaK' , IL Isosliiiiiiia
: Fort, near the Gonveht r King, near Bethel
stead of. the dance. They would even small hotels and Inns kept by the own
enjoy being invited to appear in cos- ers. , ' Y
tume. There have been many joyous MvVe recommend expensive hotels
Hallowe'en evenings spent when part only when the luxury, is not paid for
of the entertainment Included the at the expense of a wholesome cuisine,
ducking for apples, the biting of the v eat beefsteaks, not line furniture,
apple tied to a string and the peanut "A clean hotel in which one does
hunt, witn the fortune hidden in one not eat to perfection is nota hotel.
of Ue shells. Another of the pleas- "in good hotels the guest Is received j
urable events of a Hallowe'en party personally by the owner. - !
is the "fortune in a mirror In this This club insists on good Frenen
a girl walks down the stairs back- cooking. S !
wards, holding a mirror in her hand, "Good French cooking is made wifi
and the first person whose face is fresh foodfresh vegetables, fresh j
reflected in it is supposed to some ergs, fresh tutier, fresh milk,
day become her future lord and mas- "A good hotel 4s maTked by the quar
ter (?). ity of its coffee. No chicory I Coffee
Another party for this night is the A-us t be made slowly with boiling
ghost parade. In this the young folks water. All coffee made in advance is
don theets, pillow cases, and masks,
and parade around the neighborhood.
usuaiiy limiting severar cans upon ine specialty, some one aisn in ine prepar- critics claiming It to be the
neighbors. This affair usually ends ation of which be excels, is not wortb$-Rrtj it was this dance that first lrilfo
up with bountiful and .delicious re- of this club. . duced the bareboot, -and 'nude limb, by
freshments at the home of the host "Good French coefcing has nothing the better class of daneryS and start
or ho&tets. ' to do with soups bought in bottles or d controversy between'arhsts and att
It Is also whispered that there are boxes at the grocer's. r cranks on one hand awl a few priidish
to be several engagements announced "Down with gelatin and isinglass! (eoitors and narrow minded persons
this winter. A "few months' agd ; a "All jelly made, of gelatin is. a nest lon the otner tnat cuiminated In erery
young lady spoke or announcing her for mocrotes. dancer discarding the ballet ; slipper
engagement and said that she had "No chemical extracts ! foi the "nearer to art," baref ooCKare
been ready to do so for several weeks, i: "No sauces made in factories! t u
. . t t 11
hut nnM thfn.if nn vor In vhtnhl
to tell the story.' As a rule the lnti- aitted by the Club des Cents for the
mate friends of the young bride-to-be preparation of Its meals. ,. t, "
are Informed of the delightful : event "An elaborate cuisine Is often Lthe
long"before It is. remade known to .her enemy of, a good cuisine. -acquaintances.
In this case a. unique . fDown with cooking tchools' Invent
way of 'making the announcement Is ed in countries where they do 'not
to give a large dance and let'the tale krow how to eat! Cooking is not learn
be told in some way-on the prbgramsv ed at schooL Cooking is learned in a
This-w-as aone -once-by-having tlny""French kitchen by one's self having a
snapshots of the young" people pasted taste tor goo eating. : - ' V .
Ik. I r- - ... . . - a.
wu" ""r" . ' " si ..":-. a . cook in uyx wurwiau uui u
wishes td announce her. engagement, artist Any cook ?who considers him-...
w un .ursi, iiicuub, u fuiu uvue
at Juncheod and the secret let out
by the piecing together of a picture
puzzle.; The picture, of course, -will
f Include the affianced couple. r; "
There are any number of ways in
which to entertain as r welt as make
announcements, but , they all entail a
great deal of ttme and: trouble. Still,
if one Is tb entertain at,' aIL a. little
more energy, if the affair' is success
ful, in the end, is well - worth .while." "
WHAT IS GOOOOKING?
Riilpfi nf FrHoo'c PI,iK no
, . . u.y y, , . u . ,
, . . ' I pntc ' -r 7
UeniS ' '
' v r' '
An ' exclusive -ftntnmohtlri"4 luh In :
France, haylng-but: 100. members, hass
taken upon Itself the elevating of the
prench cuisine In small country 'towns. ;
The bg.touring cars of its members '
may occasionalily be seen in all. parts-
rural France.' hearing In rtlnln lt. 1
' - rs tue aTanization's name, Club des
" O f"
1 eniR. nr HtmnrAfi mn when trf lav
innkeepers 'preceive it they smile and
faghlan OrthV -Hmn"a n(T nt-n
.TOtage or not. For the clufc has nrn--Ji
"This club, will especially r favor
an l ordlnary stove.
Ltd.r5.3 - 57 King Street
MISS EDITH ROSSLYN
DATE AND PLACE
Kitchen Marvel . ;
. ; . - .'. : - - . '.
A hotelkeeper who has not some'
fh lHtfcn fa ha'Antv faftnrv tin.
sen a laoorexj Buouip .cua.iige- occupa
tiohs, being unworthy of this nobie
Paris, Franc , -. . '
WHEN WOMAN TRAVELS
t v ' ' ' - '
It Is getting ito be less and 'less of
an, ordeal for a .woman' to travel, and
even travel alone,' from the one ocean
to the bther.v On the smartest of t he
Lexcess-fare limiteds ladies'-maids are
already part of the established equip
ment ,The washrooms and tne r.ouei
Itooms, of: thet wpmah's enduf the
oneh-beith ; sleeper each year u comclt
'closer to the size of the men's cjm-
.r. r tyi.' h.mAitr : ni yo otno
'fortable' rooms, of that sort. And fO-
iitnmtang tho Biinromacv. it
thfc to -ierhnbearable ; open-berthi
sleeper. 'She has been to Kurope
enough ) times already" to bring back
a demand f or tm iricreasing number of
gtbomearsof one sort or anot'ien -
tmi nna, r--T ..T. miVa "Wer railroilni
HUU VUi V .-. - - .
has been i giving her; parlor accom- "
MAjfin venr nvn on iistast .nav - YArb- onri.rrno n anil ro.
nrecise thine the traffic man was not
m,.-.it nf 'Klmalf Ttla not al - -
uw -y - -
.YWiirttw! iThat elneriment" has 1
i been tried many times and generally j
abandoned. : ' v
..When abroad up in the Northwest
first placed rocking chairs in all iU
passenger stations, large" and small,
it Cmade an .early concession to the
importance df oman on .its trains.
The Pullman Company J in providing
paper ; bags for . women hats, made
another: the ladies' maids was a third
-the modern - railroad 1 h&a : awakened
ttfe eternal fenlinlne.f It -will : move
more rapidly fot her comfort in the
future than ever, it has In the pait
That is one" ct tfe possibilities of t a
business which loday : neglects no prof
itable opportunities of any sort Ed
ward Hungerf ord in Harper's Weekly.
The Hawaiian band Will give a pub
lic moonlight concert this evening at
Thomas Square at 7:30 o'clock. " The
program .follows: 1 ' .
March Eigener Kraft (new) .....
......... : .... .... .... Rupprecht
Overture Poet-and Peasant. ..Suppe
Ballad Evening .. ..)... Beethoven
Selection Marltana ... Wallace
Hawallan Songs........ Band Quintet .nique. ? .
Selection Operatic Fancies . . i" -l J During her absence from - Honolulu
.."Laurendeau she acquired a thorough command of
Waltz Eva (new) . . . . : . .Lehar her Instrument that adds to the pleas
Finale Eva (new) ...r .Iharne manner and jvholesome Interoreta-
The" Star Spangled Banner.
ROSA To Mr. and Mrs. Ceasar kosa, I
on Sept 15, 1912, In Honolulu, a
APPEAR IN NEW
"v . i
! "The Relnornatlon of Isis" will te
the second offering of Mile. Mercer
eaux the petite barefoot danseuse,
who changes her program to this fam
ous dance with tonight's performance
at the Liberty Theater.
t Althnno'h mnh ens r r has Vvoon iHv.
,r tvis danf.e hv mainland naner1
" . a
not graceful. Mile., Merce'fVairf merges
grace with all else she does on the
stage and the result is highly artistic,
Ths dance of ."The Reincarnation of
Isis" ranks as a classic kmbn;'dances;
and is uncommon inasmuch as it 'is
claimed by such masters of the art aa
Maud Allen, Loie Fuller, etc., to be the
most difficult of execution. : Mile. Mer-
. . - .....
jcereaux claims to present the dan e
in' &s original composition, using the
ciginaj music, especially composed
a--m. t.n kv Tu.i;i ?
The other acts will also present
changes, and -these, with four motion
pictures that are said to te equal to
pny yet Been at the LTherty give prom
ise of furnishing a highly entertaining
program. 5; :. ;-
0 BE CfONTINUED" f.
- V ffll-MS AT HAWAII
It was at theozy 'little Hawaii
theatre that the very- latest method
of : presentation of a ; photo-play, or
story , was"" introduced to a . Honolulu
audience last night with the display
of a serial picture, the continuation
which is ,to ,foll6w..- one monthf
later, : along the "same line .as'that
pursued rBy he ig monthly maga-
v.inan N.. ' a
"Alone in New Yorkwith a wealth
of stage setting and ' detail is a. film
that heldra large crowd spellbound
until its termfnatioii. ? Manager Noyes
has been aK work n the new plan
fnr . rtitiSa tim "
and basi'Drfected ar-
f or ' securing: --' 'the very
- . -
leases. ; - x'-
; , At the Hawdii -last'hight were dis-
.1 avert fnr tha. fli-at.-ftrf atiii uhnt.
a comedy abounding in
ranRlderabl" 2entiln'fiiti . A atfrHnar
Civil War drama, "True Till ' Death,"
is a new film with a realistic inter
pretation; ; " . .
The las, but. by no manner of
means least in; the - Hawaii's reper:
toire Is v the . modern story , entitled
"A Politfcal . Kidnapping.- ,:
A complete change : 8f progr4m is
announced for Friday evening.
LiiQC IMftAI I C PCAI
Much is to be expected 61 the "com
ing concert to be given by. Mrs.. Arthur
B. Ingalla and Miss Edith Rosslyn Col
lals at the Empire theater Sept. 30.
Mrs. Ingalls is a consummate mis
tress of that jealous 'instrument, the
violin. Her performance il at. once
startling and Teassuring. Faultless xt
technique, - and like a diamond in
brilliance of execuU6n, she cap easily
gain the 1 admiration. 0 her audience
by sheer power over the delicate
strings. . )
; Few violinists take the work as
coolly as Mrs. Ingalls, her bowing be
ing . excellent, am? the ! program she
will give ' will be varied enough to
brine out all of her marvelous tech-
tion the element of power, t She has
advanced far In .her delightful voca
tion since she last appeared -In recital
In this city. Her mastery of. the violin,
her entirely satisfactory handling -of
it, her wonderful ability to. reveal its
resources and its soul, will prove de
lightful to all those who hear her
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912
At 8 P. M,
TWO RATTLING GOOD
Resered Seats. . . .
' i 'j i ...
$1 and $1.50'
7to crJy tzZzlnj psv.-Zz:
; r- Jfrc.T2 noyzi urcD -o-
Crccxi cf. Tzrizt y '
i v FRED NOYES, Manager ;
No. 1 "ALONE IN NEW YORK" i
A Serial picture that is released once
a ; month, the same at 1 continued
story, igill be the feature. . '
No. 2 "MIXED PETS'-'
A clever comedy.';
No. 3 "TRUE TILL DEATH
A very. Interesting Civil War story.
No. 4 "APOLITICAL
A story of today.
Admission, . 10c .and . (5 c
Saturday, Sept. 21, 1912
V IN HONOLULU HARBOR
Commencing at 9:30 A. M.
Whaleboat; 4-oafs. Trize, 20
trophy. ; .
Senior j&oar sliding seat barge.
1st prize, Hawaiian Rowing As
, soclatlon perpetual . Challenge
-,' cup and Wall '& Dougherty cup.
Six-paddle canoe (championship).
1st prize, 20; 2nd, $15; tro
' ' phles. . ' ;
Fresuman 6-oar slldmg-seat barge.
1st prize, $25 trophy; 2nd, $15
Freshman six-paddle canoe. Prize,
$12 trophy. ....-.
Senior , pair-oar boats ; sliding
seats. Prize, $15 trophy.
7. Junior Q-dar slldlng-seat barge.
lst. prie; ''"$25 trophy, H. F.
Wichman & Co. cup; 2nd, $15
Four-paddle canoe; modern. 1st
prize, $15; 2nd, $5; trophies.
Four-paddle canoe, for women.
1st prize, $10; 2nd, $5; trophies.
Junior pair-oar; sliding ' seat.
Prize, $15 trophy. ,
Four-paddle canoe. 1st prize, $15;
2nd, $5; trophies.
Sailing race for sea wrens. 1st
prize $10 trophy; 2nd, $5 tro
phy. Sailing race for pearls. 1st prize,
$10 trophy; 2nd, $5 trophy.
Sailing race for canoes. 1st prize,
$10; 2nd, $5; trophies.
Power sampan; over 40 h. p.1 1st
prize, $15; 2nd, $10; trophies.
Power sampan; from 25. to 40 h.
p. 1st prize, $15; 2nd, $10;
Power sampan; under 25 h. p.
1st prize, $10; 2nd, $5; tro
phies. Twelte-oar cutter race. 1st prize,
. Races open to all. No entry fees.
All rowing races to be governed by
the racing rules of the Hawaiian
Each entry shall include the name
of the boat, or. If It has none, the
name of the person who enters it
There must be at least three boats
started before second prize will be
Entries 'will open at 8 a. m., Tues
day, September it, at the Hawaiian
News Co., Alexander Young building,
and will close Thursday, September
19, at 5 p. m.
For further Information apply to
Regatta Committee; J. B. Lightfoot,
Rrerjthln In the printing; line at
Star.BalletinY Alakea street; branch,
Merchant street t: . ' .
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. . TO BE HELD
, I --v;'; ; ''''! Short . ....' I
f r r- 0- Cy
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. GofiJets and
j ' R.' Kipling, Manager
- - Latest Honolulu. Song - i 1 . I
jTHAT PECULIAR HONOtULU
will be sung first time tonight by the
' Also Their Original Act ' 1
"."' -THE PHANTOM HOTEL I
' : Rip-Roaring Comedy -':. " ".V
. 1 .
More Clothes Shown . by . '
- : MLLE. LESSO .. .
Performance Nightly 7:15 : nnd
" --,8:45 . "v.-r
PRICES; 10c, 20c, 30c
R.1 Kipling, Manager
Keep Your Eye Open for John Bunny
COMPLETE CHANGE MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
PRICES: 10c and 15c
Vaudeville' Matinee severy Saturday
and Wednesday. VI 0c and 20c
Baseball for Sunday
1:30 p. m. J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
3:30 p. m. HAWAII S vt. ASAHI'
Reserved Seats for center of grand
stand and wings can be booked at , B
O. Hall & Son's Sporting Department
(entrance King street) "up to 1 p. nt;
after , 1 p.. nv at M. X, Gunt 4c Co
King and ForL
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' "'7 AM U S EM E N T3. ' v
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HI tin ' ;
Vaudeville's ' Fashion ': Models
THn ft 1
' ;ln Two Parts " -!
This picture Is, positlrely .the
very latest feature released and
is', "staged and manufactured
by the reliable .
AMERICAN BIOGRAPH CO.
Being this company's - ,
Offering an Unusually Interest
Ing Classic Dance Program
"'-:- Tonight . -
FUN MAKERS Y
Vcedon's Bazaar 1
1140 FORT STREET
ETfrythlng In the prtatln? line at
hUr-uuiieun, Aiatea street; braneh,
Herehant street. I
( , TonMiit's : h
11 in ATtir
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