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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN,- WEDNESDAY;: DEC. 4, 1912.
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Mrs, : E.' J. TIrr.terlake Entertain.
Decidedly the moat fcrl'.iiant fnnrtion
tf the week wag the reception gVen
Mrs. E. J. Timberlako. lwterday
afternoon,, for Mrs. Edward Carpenter
rho has 'recently arrived at Fort
Roger. The affair was I e first of tbe
functions given by Mrs. Tlmberlalce
p.nce she has moved Into her new.mi. -iti..,TMtt. wmun,.
quarters and r;a in the nature of a
The reception room where airs.
Timberlake and "Mrs. Carpenter re
vived; the miny ladies who called
C , i f ?.u?Ite'0n " ? eC v f
tl lift .In the t rrvtm ttrhr Tfra I.
Walter p, Frear and Mrs. F. M.
ftwanzy presided over the refresh-
nnt table was yellow, and lovely
f hrysanthemums and fems .adorned
the table and the lanal. . :
Red predominated In the lanal where
rurch was "served and masses of red
a voras, rosea . and carnations graced,
the tables,, and stands. Here ; Mrs.
Herbert Dowsett and Mrs, Humbert
eeived the delicious beverage,
r Among those ,;who a rslsted ,,f rs.
Tlmberlake during' the afternoon were
Mrs. Walter F. Frear, Mrs. F, M.
Swarizy, Mra. Johnstone, Mrrr Clark;
Mrs. Baker, Mrs. ' Williams 3ind Mrs.
Humbert. , fVVV-5
The guests Included, M rsj Frear,
Princess Kfwananakoa, Mrs. F. M.
Swanzy, Mrs. RoLblns' B. Anderson?
Mrs. G. H. Angus, MUs Angus.' Mrs.
ILvM. Rallou, Mrs. E,: Faxon Bishop.
Jlts A. M.i Brown, Mrs. R. J. Buchly,
Mrs E. Mf Cheatham, Miss Butler,
Mrs- Denman, Mrs. Charles F. ' Chil
llngworth,: Mrs. Percy Cleghorn, Mrs.
Haugbs,' Mrs.. Cochran, Mrs- . ; V
Cooke, Mil a Miriam Stacker, Mrs. C.'
M. Cooke, Mrs. Henry E. Cooper, Mrs.
Isaac Cox, Mrs. Francis Damon, Mrs
S. B. Dole. Mrs. J. M. Dowsett. Mrs.
. Herbert Dowsett, Mrs. Eckart, Mrs: 1-v. thoroughly enjoyable functions of the
R Eld wards. Miss Ehrhorn, Mrs. An I season.'- - V :rV-- ;
drew Fuller; Miss Gamble, Miss Sar-i The invitations are a. bit late, but
:tu' Gamble, Mfa.' Clyfard Game, Mrs;tht committee fully expects to have
Pruce Cartwright,, Jr., Mrs. D. B. iVase. th em out today or tomorrowi ;
Mral Northrop i Castle, Mrs. ! " Ross Some years ago there was a similar
KlngBbury;-Mrs.i H. P. Agee, Mrs. j
Douglas McDougal. Mrs. Cutts, Mrs. J
;NevlHe,' Mrs. Theodore Richards, Mrs.
H. B. Pratt,, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Kirby
Smith, Mrs. CopkUn,..Mr$.FrederickJ
- Klamn. MIrh Coi-rfp. iMrkf ll' tl taTt I
- Mrs.' Gartenbersi ife Mrs;- Francis Gay,N
- Mrs. J. A. G il man. Mrs. Woten, Mrs.
. Hr.nnam, Mrs. Eesson, Mrs. Gee, Mrs.
MathesQn, Mrs.' Honeyman, ; Mrs. i
Jaraleson, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Free
This Week at
she can ahvavs Ivoast
man. Mrg: Chamberlain, Mrs. Freder
ick A: Barker, Mr. Holmer I Pree
tcn. Mri. Schlanser, Mrs. McAfee,; Mrt.
Krenner, " Mrs. Archibald Campbell,
Mrs. A. J. Campbell. Mrs, Benjamin
Munc, Mrs. J. H. Melanphy, Mrs. Ed
r.und Melanphy, Mrs. Li L. McCand
less. Miss Julia McStocker. Mrs. A. 8.
Humphreys, Mrs. L. .Tenney : Peck,
Mrs. Newton Locke, Mrr. ,Wichman,
Mrs. Charles Voider, Mrs. Gerrlt Wild
er, Mrs. James 'Wilder, Mrs. Harry
Wilder, M rs. Sam Wilder. Mr.; C. E.
: it iinauiD .iiiN tUuiui iiiniaiup, .cnisa
Abbie Buchanan, Mrs. C. P. Wood.
Miss Dorothy Wood. Mrs. J. E. Sheedy
Mrs. Morris. Mrs. Raymond, Mrs.
Cicikshank, Mts. Sturges, Mrs. Alfred
5 Alce Macfarlane. Mrs. R. N. Barton.
S- H. French. Mrs. De WItte. Mrs.
Watkins, Mrt. Bernice Wald-
bridge, Mrs. Rosson Warren, Mrs. C,
pm ir-ri f,
p,". v'frT 7
;Mrs. James Pine, Mrs. , Z. K. Myers,
Mrs. Smith. Miss Ethelwyn CasHe,
Mis Agnes Walker, Miss Cordelia
Walker, , Miss Margaret .Walker,, Mrs
Walker, Mrs. E. A. Murphy, 11 rs. Ro
dt(k, Mrs. Klebahn, Mrs. J; C
Haynes, Mrs. Pelrre Jones, Mrs.
Winne, Mrs.'H. M. Hepburn.
D. Howard Hitchcock. Mrs. Hobdr.
Mrs. Horklns, Mrs. A. B. lngalls. Mrt"
Herald Johnson,' Mrs. :, James Judd.
Mrs. Robert Lewers, Mrs. Eben I-ow,
Mrs. P. J. Lowrey Mrs. Harry Mac
farlane, Mrs Arthur .Wall and Mrs. W.
J, .WfcUney.; .v :
Cub To Make Bow At Oance; i
The unwonted quiet that has for
tome weeks prevailed among -. the
young society folk will have a delight
rul break on Saturday night when the
Hul Maka Ala, a social club, recently
fomed by a number of young bache
lors of Honolulu will make its initial
bow with a dance at it he Myrtle Boat
House. The committee having the af
fair in charge is sparing no effort in
Jtbeir desire to make this one of the
organization and the members and
their friends have pleasant recollec-
tions of the many enjoyaoie functions
given at the Myrtle Boat House and
The young men who have taken the
Initiative and formed thus latest club
that has already planned a number of
entertainments for the coming season
are: Mr.: A, T. Holler, Air. .Fran t
Bechert, Mr. Arthur Gay Mr: C. J.'Sul-
FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT ? No house
keeper c&a have too much of k. - Even 4 tma3 gjh oC
a sure to give pleasure. The new " Flower-de-Luce ' :
pattern has a cUsniry and beauty heretofore found only
b the best Sterling. C Every piece of Coramunky Sil
ver n pUted heavier than triple and wiH wear a lifetime.
;.'ri : . ) i '-' - .d' - y -"
V tEXSVOOXS VtV:A.$40dox. -v'
v FORKS t. . . 7 $ou i .'
of having ncn0r every man
.... write poetry.
a CALLING DATS
FOR IIOOLCLU a
a v.-v': : a
a 5rn4aysPunahou, MakikL tt
a Taesdays Walklkl, Kaplolanl a
a Park. Kaimukl. Palolo. Hrst a
a Tuesday Fort Ruger. . a
a lfedsesdays Nuuanu, Puunuf, a
a Pacific Heights; First and third a
a Wednesdays, above Nuuanu a
a bridge; second and fourth Wed-a
a nesdays, ; below- bridge; fourth a
a Wednesday. Pacific Heights: first a
a and third Wednesdays, Alewa a
a Heights. ; ; - a
a Thorsdars The Plains. a
a ; Fridays - Hotels and town..- a i
a Fourth Friday, Fort Shafter; 8
a first Friday. a
a Manoa, College Hills, First and a
a third Friday. ' a
a Saturdays Kalihl. Third and a
a fourth Saturdays, Kamehameha a
a schools. ta
a Society - Editor Telephone a
a 2799. -a
Uvan, Mr. W. F. Gaynor, Mr. David
Center, M r. ' Charles Lltttejohn, ';
Pied Zeigler, Mr, William' Rosa, Mr,
Allie Magoon, Mr. Edward Stacker and
Mr. Duke Kahanamoku, 'Jr. V".
., TJxe chaperones who have been in
vited for Saturday night are the moth
ers of tome of the fairer guests.:
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Prominent Clubwoman Here
Mrs. Alice' A. H. Grawn, of Grand
Rapids, Mich., a member. of the U l
& and who was sent as a delegate
to the National biennial convention.
held In San Francisco ' from June 25,
to July t, ,1912, is In Honolulu for the
winter. : She hopes to gather much
data in her study of the islands.
Much of her life has been devoted to
club work. ; : - -. :r: -': ,
Mrs. Blomfield Brown -and her
daughter,' Miss Claudine - Brown, ar
rived on the rZealandla" from Aus
tralia. .They ' are staying at Pleas
antoir for some time. Both are popu
lar members of XJeelong-society and
friends of, ' Mrs. Yisger, who visited
here last-year en route to Australia.
Mr. Brown" is the head of the house
of business which has been establish
ed for - over fifty year in that town.
Geelqng, which is some forty miles
from Melbourne, is well ; known as a
chief shipping port for frozen meat
and wool. - It has now been . chosen
as the site for the extensive woolen
mills which are' being erected by the
Commonwealth of "Australia.' "r - ;
Mr. . and i. Mrs.- .-Henry : Gaillafd
Smart . (Thelma 'Parker)" arrived yes
terday from Virginia," where - ther
have been visiting the husband's peo
ple for the last month, f They are at
the . Fairmont," where " ' they . will - re
main Indefinitely, having not -yet
made their plans for the winter. It
is -probable; that they will:, remain
here at least until after the holidays.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Smart s young
friends are making: their plans to wel
come her . cordially, this being the
r: & l - r . m a - a ' . . I
J.UBJ, iau ui me preny young neiressi
San Francisco Examiner. ;
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t The following Invitation has been
received this , week by . Honolulu's
Smart Set.. : - '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wood
, - Miss Dorothy Wood v.
- - Mr. Donald Wood i
Requests .the pleasure of your com
. 'pany at the Oahu Country Club on
. Tuesday, December the seven--t.-.
r : teenth at'eight oclock. z :, ;
Dancing . . ' R.s.v.p.
Vv-Y'. ' " ,'ft -ft 'ft ;
Mrs. A.( Q. H awes' Dinner Party.
4 Mrs. A. G. Hawes Jr entertained
a number of friends at dinner on Mon
day evening. ;: V ' ?S :
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Mr. And Mrs. Walter Macfarlane En
tertain. ; ':
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macfarlane en
tertained at an enjoyable dance tast
evening at their new home on Pensa
ccla street : "
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Mrs. Harold Clark will etertain the
Wednesday Afternoon Service Bridge
Club this afternoon.
" Lieutenant' and "Mrs. Joseph Albert
Rogers will leave in the transport this
ptternoon for Fort Douglas, Utah.
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DOLLS WILL BE ON
Everyone, whether of the age of
dolls or not, will be Interested in see
ing the window of L. B. Kerr & Co.;
Progress Block, Fort street, tomorrow
morning. Here will be : displayed a
few samples of the dolls dressed by
the Woman's Guild of St. Clemenfa
Church and Its friends for its sale on
Friday, December 6th. "Clematis."
the large doll donated . by "The
White House,! San Francisco, will be
on hand with her complete" outfit, to
gether with baby dolls, boy dolls and
bath dolls, all ready and anxiously
looking for little mothers. They will
have their own Teddy Bears wjth
them. The sale begins aH nine
o'clock," Friday morning.
Mr. Piet A. Uys. living at Lielievlei.
Frankfort District. Orange River Col
ony, Africa, says: "We can give evi
dence to the benefit of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. We have used it sev
eral times for -our children and bur
selves and have found it excellent. We
expect to continue using it and can
recommend it to any one in the
world.". For sale by all dealers.; Ben
son, Smith Co., Ltd., agents for Ha
" tT jihe board In Hawaii.
7!:o cnty; bailing poivc?
; czzj front Royal Crco
Srczm cf Tartar
A MEDLEY OF
PD,M iveniir Ff iu
PRETTY MUSIC t' V;
NOVEL SPECIALTIES . ' j
,EV E RYTH1N GfiNftWr4C7r
AN ARTljfeTJCPyD J
A HIGK CliASa tiLEe (
REFINED DIALOGUE, ' I -
NEXT CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Grand Double Bill
Hie Bull Fighters
Three of a Kind
RESERVED SEAT SALE AT
LIBERTY THEATRE FOR
COMPLETE SEASON, OR
Limited '. "
THE STORE FOR GOOD
... . CLOTHES"
Elks' Building King Str
Photo-EnernUnr of ' highest' in d
ean be eernreit from the Slr-UnlitUa
Fa6tlB$raTlag BUmL '
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Two choice lots, 18tb Arenue,? Ocean; View, 2200 aq. feet UHOOa,
One lot on 21st Avenue, Ocean- Vlewv 73x150, cleared and ;lerV "
; : . eled, with acreage attached", 21,499 sq. feet, making altogether . ;
v S5.741) sq. ft. ;the Improved lot with unobstructed sea view; U
'. ;V 5375the: acreage at ; 2 tents per foot, 1551; making total of 925
. One level farming -'tract-', near ;s per foot, ?55l ; ' making total of 925 '
"Improved -acrelots;f90-fL: frontage on" Wa sea and
.toucta In. view '',; . .
: Building lots on Wilder Avenue,
rj' One nouse, '10th Avenue, .kaimukl,
v une noue, nth Avenue, Katmukj
; wofots,; Manoa,
v Six-room house, Wilder Avenue
Fifteen years lease, about Va acre,
Beautiful home in 7iaMa,.'s3iect -
Cor. Hold and Union
lorter- Fort St
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General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlae Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
wrjten' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th Floor, Stangenwald Bldg.
8CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Repairing cf Automobilss and
Carriages. Painting a specialty..
Wright- Hus t ace
King and South.
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.. .'.. ..,... , 750
Pole Stieet and Metcalf street'"-1--
bfock from tcai "IitieU A 2300
... ,v; .5 k , '
; .: ; . I'..'. v. . 2200
Nuuanu Avenue, very reasonable,
district -r ; . , . i . ' , 7500
Geo. C Bechiey, ;
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Importers, Machinery and
. , J .. .Commission Merchants
Automobiles and Automobile
. : : . Supplies . .' ,,.'
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Office ...... 21ST
Auto Supply DepL; 3S17 ,
uto Sal e room . . 4- . . .1 32C )
Merchandise & Machinery 2417
Garage .. . . .... 2201
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: $ VJ;
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t more. . Bfut I'll be in the
4 Hawaii, rand anchored
' safe'"' lrfshore,,-vatchi'n3
..the phour J phun.iy ; a .i
K; t phiips that the.Monolulan
, ; brings today, t Youi toof
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Daseba!! for Sundny f: hi '
3 P. m. J, A, C .va. P.; A. c.
. , Reaerred , CeaU for center of grand
stand a imI w infra can be booked at K.
O. Hatl 'V fioii's Sporting rprtment
(entrance, King i.treet) up to 1 p. m.;
after 'l pi 'nv at M. A. ,Guni4 tc jCo
Klnaj; and Fort-; " ';. . . 7'-'.-
1 FALL ' T. 1 1 LLI FJE R Y
jrU;:--j,.;-NOW IN ; .
Exclualvs Yet f nexpenslvs Heads tar .
;.- "T- MRS;1 B LAC K 3 H EAR -
Harrison Blk, Fort St. nr. Brianta
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LJC Grants Marriage Lieenses. Draws
Mortgagee,'-" Deeds Bills f Sale, .
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