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HONOLULU STAR-nULLETIN, WEDXEPD.yV DEC- 191-
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Mrs., E. J. Tirr.berfake Entertain.
Deridedly the roost brilliant function
if. the, week wis the raeption given
by-Mrs. E.'J. Timberlakc. lesterday
afternoon, for .Mrs. Edward .Carpenter
who haa recently arrived at Fort
ftHger. The affair was t e first of the
functions given by Mrs. Tlmberlake
Stnce she has moved Into her new
si. uu u. wc D4W ui
. The reception room where i Mr.
Timberlake and Mrs. Carpenter re
ceived the ; mmy ladies who called
coring the afternoon as decorated
,tu mui,ic VmiL rose. nu orwiias.
ic iu ur Bvueuie lor uic uecura-
mns in me lea room wcere Airr.
Walter F. - Frear and
E ,T , , ;
nnt. tabl, was yejlow. and lovely
tUIBUlueUUIDB H11U IC.UB UUOIUBU
the table and the lanai.
Red predominated in the lanl where
fcrch ,was served and massesof red
avoras. roses v and carnations : graced
the tables and . stands. . Here, Mrs.
Herbert Dowsett and Mrs.- Humbert
served the deftclous beverage.
Among those - who arslsted Mrs.
Timberlake during the afternoon were
Mrs. Walter ; F. Frear, Mrs. FV 'M.
Swansy, Mrs; Johnstone, M re, Clark,
i-rs. Baker, Mrs. Williams, and? lrs.
' Humbert. : - ?,?'. . . ; .
The guests, Included, - Mrs. Frear,
Princess Kawananakoa, ; Mrs.,:F. M
Swanzy, .MrsRobbins B. Anderson,
, Mf. G. H. Angus, Mh Angus. Mrs.
II. M. Ballou, Mrs. E, Faxon Bishop.
I Irs. "A. M. Brown. Mrs. R. J. Bucbly,
-Mrs. E. Af. Cheatham, Miss Butler,
Mrs. Dehman, Mrs? Charles F. Chil
lingworth. Mrs. Percy Cleghorn, Mrs.
Haughs, Mrs. Cochran, Mrs. . P.
Cooke, MIt s Miriam Stacker, Mrs. C.
M. Cooke, '"M rs. Henry E. Cooper, M"rs.
Isaac Cox, -Mrs. Francis Damon, Mrs.
S. B.4 Dole. M rs. J. M. Dowsett, Mrs. I
Herbert Dowsett, Mrs. Eckart. Mrs. r.
B. Edwards, Miss Ehrhorn, Mrs. An-
drew Fuller, Miss Gamble,-Miss Bar-
rc Gamble, Mrs. Clyffard Game, Mrs."
Bruce Cartwrlght, Jr., Mrs. D. B; tVase,
Mrs. Northrop Castle, Mrs. Ross
Kingsbury, Mrs. : 1L P.. Agee, Mrs.
Douglas McDougal; Mrs. Cutts, Mrs.
Neville,, Mrr. Theodore Richards, Mrs.
H. B. Pratt, Mrs. Iraham, Mrs. Kirby
Smith, Mrs. Copkling, Mrs. Frederick
..Klamp, Miss Cornet.Mfs., J R. Gait,
.Tirs. uarrcnDerg, . Airs.; rancis s uay,
Mrs. J. A. GHraan. JMrsWooten, Mrs!
Hennum, ,Mrs. Besson, Mrs. Gee, Mrf.
Malhe8on. . Mrs. Honeyman, Mrs.
. Jamieeon, Mrs. Kennedy,. Mrs." Free-
W;:WBim6n'd-.& Co., Iitdi
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This Week at
man, Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. Fred er
cY A. Barker, Mrs. Holmer L, Pres
ton. Mrs. Schlanser, Mrs. McAfee, Mrc.
Krenner, Mrs. , Archibald Campbell.
Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs. Benjamin
Murx, Mrs. J. H. Melanpby, Mrs. Ed
r.iund Melanpby, Mrs. Ia L. McCand
less. Miss Julia McStocker, Mrs. A. S.
Humphreys, Mrs. L. Tenner Peck.
Mrs. Newton Locke, Mrr. Wiehman,
Mrs. Charles Yilder. Mrs. Cerrit Wild
er. Mrs. James Wilder, Mrs. Harry
Wilder, Mrs. Sam Wilder. Mrs. O. E.
I Williams. Miss Edith Williams. Mis
Abbje Buchanan, Mrs.
a F. Wood.
MIks Dorothy Wood, Mrs. J. E. Sbeedy
Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Raymond, Mrs.
Ouikshank, Mrs. Sturges, Mrs. Alfred
Aloe. Mrs. Fiea Macfarlane. .Miss
j A,c; Macfarlaiie, Mrs. R, N. Barton.
; m g h. French, Mrs. De Witte. Mrs
R H Watkins, Mrr. Bernice Wald-
,..,,.... .w.r.. f, n
Htdemann, Mrs. .A. G. Hawes, Jr
Emily Farley. Mrs. R
SfrV-Jam Pine; ill. Z. K.
Mrs. Smith, Miss Etbelwya Casue,
Mit. Agues Walker, -Miss- Cordelia
Walker, Miss Margaret Walker. "Mrs.
Walker, Mrs. E. A. Murphy, Mrs. Ro
dek, Mrs. Klehahn, Mrs. J. C.
Haynes, Mrs. Peirre Jonee, Mrs,
Vinne. Mrs. H. M. Hepburn. M" 5
D. Howard Hitchcock. Mrs. Hobdy,
Mrs. HookinB, Mrs A. B. Ingalls, Mrs.
Gerald Johnson, Mrs. : James Judd.
Mrs.; Robert Lewers. Mrs. Eben Low;
Mrs F. J. Lowrey, Mrs. ; Harry M ae
farlane, Mrs: Arthur Wall and Mrs., W.
I j Whitney.
Ciub To Make Bow At Dance. ; r ,
The unwonted quiet that has for
tome weeks prevailed among the
young society folk will hate a delight
mi break on Saturday night when the
Hul Maka Ala, a social club recently
fotmed by a number of young bache
lors of Honolulu will , make its Initial
bow with a dance at the Myrtle Boat
House.- TLe. committee having the af
falrin charge Is sparing no effort In
tbeir desire. to make this one of the
i thoroughly enjoyable functions of the
; season. " -
j The invitations are a, bit late, but
i the committee fully expects to hajve
them out today or tomorrow. a
, Some years ago there .was a similar
organization c and the members and
their friends have pleasant recollec
tions 'of the many enjoyable' functions
given'-at the'ltfyrtle Boat Housey and
elsewhere. , r?
- The young menwho. have tatenUhie
fcitlative and formed this latest, club
tl at has already planned a number of
entertainments for the coming season
are: Mr.VA. F. Roller, , Mr. Frank
Bechert, Mr. Arthur GayMn X Jr Sul-j
FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT? No hoasi
keeper can have too much of k. Even a small jt of
n sure to give pleasure. The new "Flower-de-Luce? '
pattern has a chgniry and beauty heretofore found only;
ta the best Sterling. .L Every piece of Coinrnunity S3
ver b plated heavier than triple and will wear a lifetime ,
. TEAspooxs .::.:.tiMit. .
i'obks ;..'.'....:'.'...$..'". -k
J a ,,, . , ...u ... ,rollnrw wi-1- -tr-.il' urfjMnu
aattannaana a a a a a a a
a CALLING D1TS
FOR HOXOLCIU 4
tt . U
tt Mondays Punahon, MakikL H
a Taesdays WaikikU Kapiolanl C
Park, Kaimukf, Palolo. First
8 Tuesday, Fort Ruger. ' tt
a Wtdnesdajs Nuuanu, Puunui, tt
H Pacific Heights. First and third H
H Wednesdays, above Nuuanu 8
tt bridge; second and fourth Wed- 8
8 nesdays, below bridge; fourth 8
8 Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first 8
8 and third Wednesdays, Alewa 8
8 Heights. 8
8 Thursdays The Plains. 8
8 Fridays Hotels and town. 8
8 Fourth Friday, Fort Shatter; 8
8 first Friday. X 8
8 Manoa, College Hills, First and, 8
8 third Friday. 8
8 Saturdays-KalihL Third and 8
8 fourth Saturdays, Kamehameha 8
8 Schools. 8
8 Society Editor Telephone 8
u 2799. --: 8
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
livan, Mr Wr. F. Oaynor, Mr. David
Center, - Mr. Charles Littrejohn, -M.
Fred Zeigler, Mr. William Rosa, Mr,
AUie Magoon, Mr. Edward Stacker and
Mr. Duke Kahanamoku, Jr. '
v The chaperones who have" been In
vited for Saturday night are the moth
ers of tome of .'the fairer guests.
Prominent Clubwoman ! Here
Mrs. Alice; A. H. Grawn, of Grand
Rapids, MichVa member of the L. L.
C. and Vrho was sent as a ' delegate
to the National 'biennial ' Convention,
held in San' Francisco from June 25,
to July 5, 1912, is in Honolulu for' the
winter. She hopes to gather much
data1 in her study of "the Islands.'
Much of her life, has been devoted to
club work, '.. -' ' : ' - ;
Mrs. Blomfield Brown and ' her
daughter, ' Miss Claudine Brown, ar
rived on' the "ZeaTandia' from ; Aus
tralia. They are staying at Pleas-
anton for some time. Both are popu
lar members of Geelong society! and
frlenus " off Mrs; - Ylsger, who ; visited
he ib last year en; route ' to Australia.
Mr. Brown Is the head of the hduse
of business which has been establish
ed for over fifty years in that toVn.
Geelong, 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;? ;
,-Mr. and Mrs. Hnrv CiaiUard
mart (Thelma Parker) arrived' yes
terday from Virginia, where j they
have been visiting the husband's peo
ple for the last month.": They are at
the 'Fairmont; where they v will re-'
main indefinitely,? having not Vet
made their; plana for the winter.' It
Is probable that they : will remain
here at least until after the holidays.
! Meanwhllft. ; Mrs . Sirart'a ' vnnn?
friends are making their plans to wel
come her cordially;'; this , being" the
first visit of the pretty young heiress
since her marriage? this summer
San Francisco Examiner. "
The following invitation has been
received this week by Honolulu's
Smart Set. ' ' ; ;-:.-;: : - v,
. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wood
r Miss Dorothy Wood
- Mr. Donald Wood
Requests the pleasure of yjpur com
pany at the Oahu Country Club on
. Tuesday, December the seven
teenth, at eight o clock.
Dancing ; R. o.v.p.
Mrs. A. G. Hawes' Dinner Party.
Mrs. A. G. Hawec Jr.. entertained
a number of friends at dinner on Mon
Mr. And, Mrs. Walter Macfarlane En
tertain. ' "?
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macfarlane en
tertained at an enjoyable dance last
evening at their new home on Pensa
- .; . ?
Mrs. Harold Clark will etertaln the
Wednesday Afternoon Service Bridge'
Club this afternoon.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Joseph Albert
Rogers will leave in the transport this
atternoon for Fort Douglas, Utah.
DOLLS WILL BE-ON
Everyone, whether of the age of
d611s 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 Clement's
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 lolls and
bath dolls, all ready and anxiously
looking for little mothers. They will
have their own, Teddy Bears with
them. The sale begins at 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 our
selves and have found it excellent. We
expect to continue using it and can
recommend it to any one in the
world." For saie by all dealers.
son. smith a Co.. uu.. agenm for i la-
waii. advertisement. ,
czzZo from Royal Grcpo
p rcsni of Tartar
CoC!3,iJ o Una PbcsshdD
":-Vv?.??';.??. ;' - : ;IH-v -. ?
A MEDLEY OF:4 " . ':.
FROLICKSOME PUfJ. ,
PRETTY MUSIC:? ci ,
NOVEL SPECIALTIES " ' . y'
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:'EV ERYTrll fiffhci i "
A" ' H I G H tl. .lj L E.
REFINED DIALOGUE; ?
NEXT CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Grand Double Sill
The Bull Fighters
Three of a Kind
RESERVED SEAT SALE AT
LIBERTY THEATRE FOR
COMPLETE SEASON, OR
"THE STORE FOR GOOD
Elks Buildina Kino Sir
PIioto-EnraTtnp of hisrhprf eraa
ran be wared from the tt.r-nullfUa
rhoU - EnraTlnjE riaaL
- Two 'choice lots, 18th' ATenue, Ocean View, 22.500 sq? feet ? . . .$1000
One lot ion ' 21st Avenue, Ocean t Vie w, ; 75150 cleared and .: lev- i f
?j eted with,, acreage ?attache,.i21,4 9? sq. fept, making altogether ?
;. vU ?375rthe acreage at 2V5 cents per foot, $051 ; making- total of
? One level lartning tract- near fi per foot, 1551; making total of
? Improved -aere lots? -90-f t." frontageton Walalae road, : sea and
? mountain view
v Building lots on Wilder Avenue,
f bne h6jltthvft
fbne :honeV4rtf AVtnue
I Twoi lots. Mfenos, 30,000 ' sq." ft.?
Six-room- housed Wilder "Avenue
Fifteen years lease, about acre,
ft&utifat home" in Mafioa; select ?
C )r. Hotel and Union
madie on -'ie la teat , London, Parts
.nd New York Custom Laftts.
REGAL -SHbE 8TORE
11 F. Dillingham Co.
General Agent .for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London,. New York Under
writers' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th ; Floor, 8tangenwald Bldg.
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Repairing of Automobiles and
Carriages. Painting a specialty.
Wright- Host ace
King and South.
FjOKT ahd MEIXCRVNT STREETS:
"THE STYLE CENTER" I
f .... .
Dole Street and Metcalf street
$500 ttf 1500
.'. . 1.'. ?. : ' .'. i ;"; . . V. . V .
2200 ; 1
Nuuanu Avenue, very reasonable.'.
Geo. C BecKIey,
VON HAMM-YOUNQ CO LTD.
Importers Machinery ami "
Dealers In " '
Automobiles and Automoblls
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
Cor. King and Bishop Sts,
Office ..h. ......... ...... 2137
Auto Supply DepL 3817
Auto Salesroom .......... 3268
Merchandise & Machinery. 2417.
Garage, .................. 2201
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Young Bulldlnoj .
50c to 5S.GG)
The Rain She C!g;7;
Dymbye he blew ; soms i
more. ? But lllibe in;ths
Hawaii,? and ? anchored
the phour phunny and
V ?phortunatfy'. pheaturlsh
phllms that the Honotulaa
o brings today. . You, too?
11 v v
T Hl'A T TL.r,
Baseball for Sunday
. M. J. A; c vs-P. A.- C. v ?
Reserved Oat for center of grand
stand aud wings can W booked at EL'
O.' Half it Ron' a Sporting Department
(entrance King trri) up to 1 p. m.
after 1 p. nw. at ILr A.., Ount St Cow
Kincand Fort.,1 ' 'v. .?.-' V':..; ?
. ;, - NOW, IN . ?,
Exclusive Yst Inexpensive Headjflir
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