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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, February 23, 1916, 3:30 Edition, SPORTS, CLASSFIED AND SHIPPING SECTION, Page TEN, Image 10',
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HOXOLULTT STAR-BUIjLETIX, WEDXKStUY. FKBIJUART iVIOlfi,
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What could be more welcome than
Pine selecte d, packed and
these tempting tro
under our direct'supervision
P MP A PP
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No bother or worry $2.25 to $3. 60 Pll OTI 11
1 per crate places fruit on your friends table A
) -Ui-. vy. thinking about '
:ESIEE3AY. Bid yon
w to spend Today YESTERDAY? : If not, see him
TODAY about TOMORROW.
The best automobiles and most reliable drivers.
- Make that trip around the Island before the Carnival
Itineraries for trips to all islands arranged free.
See the Volcano, $29.50 or $30.00.
.Young, Moana, Seaside and Hawaiian Hotels. Phone 1234
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uso'PAIXT! And when you use paint, for. -either..
1 urpo.0, he sure and uw FULLKU VS PUKE PRK
PAIJKD PAIXT.r ' .
The fact that this paint is prepared in the fae-
frry insures the right proportion of ingredients, and
the use of only the finest materials and of formulas
! acked by years of experience mid 'experiment pro
duces paint that is RIGHT.
FULLER S PITRE PREPARED .PAIXTS are
easily applied and durable. ; Come in and talk over
our .paint "needs with, us and: let us; give you the
benefit of our advice. t J 7 '
-Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
V Lumler and Ruilding Materials. 1WA77 S. King St.
Very Latest Shapes and Styles
1 1028 Nuuanu Street
The Peacock Ballet.
j The dress rehearsal or me l eacotK
Dallet, part of the Free Kindergarieu
entertainment, las evenuiB was uc
cUJed success in every way-costuraes.
mnci mii nprf ormei-s. Mr, L. Y. Cor
rethers is, without tioubt.. one of the
cleverest and most original yeuug man
in local amateur theatricals, and much
of the credit should go to hin. T he-
idea was Lis originauy;: ne u waa wuV
.ricrnatori th dances and who de-
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.;mai tht- rnstiimea and scenery.'
Abio, he has worked, diligently at all
the rehearsals, not only uoing nis ou
part but teach.ng all the dances be
cu it hard to decide just which
dance and which-group is the best
i ho vinwprs. the Fruits. " the Sun-
leams, the Queen s attendants all are
excellent. Mrs. Laura low s aance is
particularly well aone. n expresses
tho ohanintn flimndoii ajid suontaueity
which would naturally radiate :irom a
l.appy, carefree sunbeam. The Dance
ot the Sunbeams is ail that the name
implies. . Miss Mary oa Holt, as the
queen, is excellent ller carriage, ex
sctine make one lorget
the well-known Miss von Holt and in
stead one sees a queenly being, aloof
ac d regaL And her peacocks ah, one
would indeea mourn over ue iw
lour suth lovely creatures. ifleir cos
tumes are gorgeous, ha ving handsome
trains, which are exaci repiicas w
tail of a peacock. . The idea of the
i. o vinu. era it rarried out by
tii-n jrrAnnfi of vouiik wonien, who
cance for their quen in a fashion
which would not lau to onus juj iu
the heart of any downcast ruler. The
flash, and interchange ot coior is pa-
ticularly' lovely, ine iaQies-in-waum&
.rd ctotdv anH hpautiful' in their Per-
rn.iW AvnoA rnntlimpsl' "The" mir
ror dance of the slaves Is especlaUy
attractive:. The scenery and costumes,
in shades of yellow, blue, orange and
green, are most original ana careiuuj
worked out; The music' is particularly
appropriate. ; v
Enough canot oe saia 01 iu uum
lug efforts of Mrs. F. M. Swanzy, who
kas organized and had charge of the
.rfoir ' hn ha elven of -her
home and time so unsemsniy mat it
might be the , sucess which it aouoi-
lesd will' be; ' -: , ': . v ' .
The performance today attractea a
laTge crowd. It will be repeated to
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One of the charming runciions 01
k toq ihn ItrMsp luncheon at
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nki.K ini. rvinthv Forsev' enter
tained a dozen friends -yesterday at
the hosoitable Vf:. r. orsey coumrj
place, complimenting ai i - wi umj
D.Hm .hosA sntirinated depart
ure for a' spring sojourn in Honolulu
is the incentive for a nnmoer or com
niimDnturv ftttpntion. The table was
vefr attractive with, a long Hat green
rush basket nliea wiin vioieis auu
quils, ith the natural foliage and
moiHonhalr fpm and brakes .further
adding to the charming arrangement.
Old-fashioned ucuqueis oi suian lit
ers were place favors, and the place
cards were attractive posier
pen sketched and water colored, each
being indivlduai in aesis.
games prorided the-after-dinner diver
sion. Miss Lucile Chabot winning the
trophy lor highest score,
Among those who shared the de
lightful hospitality of te occasion
were Misses Dorothy Patterson, Doro
iw cnrcvth Oneida Madison, Anne
Tunper. Marcia Edwards, Helen Kog-
ers Mabel torsej, i-m-nc V""u'
Helen Tupper, Sue Cooper, Mabel Hix
son. Fresno ( Cal. Republican.
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Painter Is Coming. .
! E 'AW Christinas Is contemplatins a
trip to the Hawaiian islands, where
he will review the scenery and bring
back samples of it probably to go on
exhibition in this city. He has lately
accomnlished an ambitious piece of
work in painting the Lnsitania on the
morning of her destruction. The can
vas is five feet by three and a half and
depicts the vessel after her two-thirds
..Mi. h m submersed. The at-
mospheric value is striking, showing
the darkness oi ine eauy umiums
hour. San Francisco Chronicle.
trico iramHn's school, assisted by
its patrons, alumnae, former pupils
and friends, will give a tea dance in
the ballroom of the Fairmont Hotel
next Saturday afternoon in aia oi ine
Belgian war sunerersr
The bours are from 4 to 7 o'clock.
Tickets, inclusive of the lea service,
are $1,50, and may be obtained from
Miss Hamlin or from the pupils of
the school. San Francisco Examiner,
' Mrs. William G. Irwin Igave a dinner
on Friday evening. Her guests includ
ed Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Knight, Mr,
and .Mrs. J. A. Folger, Mrs. Alexander
Garceau and Dr. Harry Tevis. 1
; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foster Button
gave a dinner-dance on Saturday even
ins at the Burlingame Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Mountford S. Wilson
gave a dinner recently at their home
in Burlingame; when they"1 entertained
Mr.v and Mrs.- Walter S. Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Jackling, Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Spreckels and Mr. and Mrs;
J, Fra afe Judge. San Francisco Argo
naut. '..''.::' v.0 j'.-;: ..
M rf and Mrs." Walter S. M artin gave
a luncheon on Sunday- last at the
Burlingame Country Club. The affair
was in honor -of Mme. Melba. The
guests included M r. and ' M rs. George
Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tem
pleton Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Carolan, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murphy,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kohl, Mr. Richard
Tobin, Mr; Ralph Sanger and Mr. Ba
ker. San Francisco Argonaut, Feb. 12,
Mr. and Mrs. -s Phillip : Wooster an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Miss Oroville Wooster, to Mr.
Walter L. Richard of New York. Miss
Wooster is a niece of Mrs. August
Spreckels, who will go to New York
for the , wedding, which, will take place
in Aprij. San Francisco Argonaut
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Mrs. Eleanor Martin' was hostess at
a dinner on Friday evening at" her
home on Broadway. With her guests,
she afterwards attended the benefit
copcert and dansant given at the Ho
tel St Francis in aid tof the soldiers
and sailors blinded inlbattle. 1 San
Francisco Argonaut, v ;;'. '''M';'-
Mr. and M rs. William Mayo New
hall, Jr., will entertain at an informal
dinner on .Monday evening and after
ward with their guests5 will attend the
performance at the Cort theater given
for the benefit of the Recreation Club
for Girls Who Work. The party will
include Miss Leslie Miller, Miss Marie
Louise Black, Mr. Frederick Van Sick-
len and Mr. Frederick THlmann. San
Francisco Argonaut- v ' f. V "
Mr. Richard M. Tbbiii was host at
a dinner on Saturdays evening at his
home in I3an Mateo. The affair was
given in honor of Mme. Melba. San
Francisco Argonaut r ;
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Mme'. Melba Is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Frederick Kohl at their: home
in Easton. San Francisco Argonaut.
Mr. Paul Isenberg has returned to
town after a short visit with friends
Miss . Margaret Waterhouse has re
turned from Kauai, where she has
been spending a couple of weeks re
newing old friendships.
Mr. Francis Gay -lias come from
Kauai to be a part of the crowd here
for Carnival week.
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Mr. S. A, Baldwin was a Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Penhaliow
have come over from Maui to take in
the sights of Carnival week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Kennedy
of Hilo are in town. Like so many
they came to see the doings during
.Mr. and Mrs. F. Fj Baldwin came in
on Sunday from .Maui. The Carnivnl
is the magnet that drew them.
Miss Irene Aiken pt Kahuiul, Maui,
is a Carnival visitor, coming to Hono
lulu to be the euest'of Mrs. A. I An
drews of Manoa valley.
Mrs. C I L White of Haiku. MauU
is the house-guest of Mrs. John Guild
of College street.
Mrs. White came to be a part of tba
Mrs. Sanvuef S. Rolph of Hilo, Ha
waii, is in town, the guest of her
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
The real unadult-
tastes of native
perfectly preserved in
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The choicest whole, tropical fruits pre
served in their full flavor in rich; pure
fruit syrups, by 'modern fsanitary iiiethods--.;
Guava; Poha; Pineapple, etc.
Order a dozen jars,' assorted," at $2.75 per dozen. .Thej- may 1j sliiped
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Grocers " ' ' ' Fort Street
Turn the little disc to 1-2-7-1 '
i ilk Mi A A i i
are certain to please even the inost fastidious taste
They are the very finest silks, direct from the most
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Kimonos Embroidered Waists Handkerchiefs
Mandarin Coats Silk Waists Pillow Covers
Tourists will find our service most satisfactory
Nuuanu near Hotel St.
Ul to -the t
ton,. Mass., of the murder of Dora
pererubida, a' domestic.