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BVENINO IIUU.RTIN, HONOLULU, T. H . SATURDAY, FED. 24. 190.
The LHlle Ads with the Big Results
Ouo Phuo 8, N3W TO-DAY, for Now AU
SPECIAL NOTICES. .
HOUSE On Vineyard St.
1 I10U8B On Roach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Hulldlng.
, WAREHOUSES On Queen Btreet.
MnvproTed and Unimproved Proper-
iiouies In all ports of the City.
1 BISHOP & CO.,
'Furnished room, good lorallt), suitable
'for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen At
7H3 Ileretanla St 3270 lw
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Won i KwM, Smith St., mauka Hotel
2 nice large front rooms rnfiirnlshtd
RtaHonable Appl) 2 Umtanla St
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In j
lv ltotnn'a Pnwrt Ailnm lnno
wit furnished' mosquito proof rooms.
. 114 Vlnrard 8t 272Rtfl
1'ai.i book un Blshtip & Co s Savings
Ilnnk Depanment held In name of
MnniKl tin Hllva Unrbosa Iliiili-r
plcaU' return to Hlshop A. Cos
Hank 3311 lw
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn nnd Walklkl, an Alolm
Templo fez. Finder return to this
office for reward 3271 tf
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
AM classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Dlue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Dcat black sand from 2 to 13 a load
according to distance hauled Coral
rocka for stnble, roads and side
walks; firewood Third door below
King, Maunnkca S , P O box 820
Telerbone Main 390.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shoo, illl Fort St.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes emplo)ces. C20 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 637 Uerctanla St.
.For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
Jtlkl. General Employment Office,
ror, Pensacola and Beretanla.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
Jins moved to tho piano warcrooms
of I.. E. Tha)er & Co, 153 Hotel St,
opposite Young Hotel All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher, $3 month (8 lessons);
Bpeclal attention to adult beginners
Address Music, this office 3290 tf
Weekly Dultetln SI per year.
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to eat will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the S. 8. Alameda and which are
now gracing our Delicatessen counter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from the mainland food markets, and
FANCY CHEE8E, OLIVES.8AUSAGE8, FISH, OYSTERS, ETC.
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen that we have had for
a very long time and If you wojld see It at its best you should mak
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
" Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Beef cattle for sale at Ka
jr.iu uanch, Kail iia
wall 3212 tf
'deal country home nt Mnnoa Valley,
surrounded b) rhcr; good bathing,
6r cottage, barn, Ibwh, roses, fruit
trees, nr car line llargaln Apply
to P. E. R Strauch, Real Estate, 74
h. King St Wait) Wdg 329b tf
Tlno corner lot in Maklkt. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College Address It. F, this office.
Klre wood from the Kahaulkt camp
Appl) at the Monna Express, and
shooting gsller) 19 Hotel near Nun
ami St Hione 111 u e 511.
I'ure 1'1 mouth Hock eggs, and onn?
thhken one month old Apply
Firm Co run King nnd MrCully
streets 3290 tf
Choice pure bred Plymouth Rock
eggs 2 per selling unfertile eggi
tcplociil Address P O Box lie
Cheap - Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R S. K.. nullctln
A furnished cottage or three or four
rooms near car line Addregg
rooms 41 42 Young llldg 3312-lw
C. FAR I A
, IS MAKING A WOOLEN TWO PIECE
I SUIT FOR
HOTEL cpp. BISHOP STREET.
General Employment Office, cor
Emma and Beretanla Stt. Japanese
and Chinese Laborer Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone Blue 2181.
Illank books of all aorts. ledgers
etc. manufactured by tho Uulletln Pub
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Umbrellas r.oalred and brass polish
Ing. Takato, 1284 Fort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
)n Jewelry and merchandise. The J
Carlo Pawn Hotel nnd Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting All work guaranteed
Enos llros., Union above Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music noxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, Rear Union Grill.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
; COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
if, .fr.-., fi,nik,',tmui IwfaftWi fM'JfK"--i' nr AS
This week has been n whirl of en honored than by the grand floral pa-
tertnlnmcnts, for the l.entim season rado of the 22nd. It must have liirti
will soon he upon us and then good n hard tnsk for the Judges to awnrd
b)e to nil social distractions M Ind) the prizes, for the color schemes and
will then take down garments of n designs were co original and beautiful
Kob-i hue (Hid ropint In sat kc loth anil thnt. with a few exceptions It would
aulas for the sins of omission nndiseein nt first night thnt r or) body
commission The mental and bodll)
rest will do her good nnd sho will
blossom out nt Enstertlde with n bet
ter (omplixlun nnd conscience.
Mrs Sthwel zcr entertained nf
bridge on Frldny afternoon and the
prizes were nwnrded ns follows A
clolMima Mine, first prize Mrs Gar
tenberp, consolation prize, Vene'lan
glims bonbonlcro Mrs North There
were a few tables of pedro nnd tho
prize n tea strainer and tap was
won b) Miss Jean Wlnne Among
those presint were .Mrs Rcnton, Mrs
Thompson, Mrs C Hedimnnn, Mrs
Richardson, Mrs. Cushman, Mrs Hum
phrey, Mrs. Whltehousc. Mrs. Sarch,
Mrs Amweg, Mrs Hocking, Mrs. Hnw-
lllns Mrs High, Mrs Hannah, Mrs
llal.tr, Mrs Cone), Mrs Swain, Mrs
North, Mrs Oartenbtrg Mrs I.ucns
Mrs Blgclow. Misses Robinson, Jane
Wlnne, Humphreys, Young
A dnlntv little luncheon was given
nt the Alexander Young ho'ol on
meudav by Mrs Ta)lor of Chlcngo.
who, with her )oung child, has been
n gin st of the Moana for two weeks
Thw table cxqmsltily dttoratid with
Motets, matched the chic toilette of
the hostess, a charming )oung woman 1'tHtul tints were exquisite Sweet
who wear the locllist frocks wlilijl'eas and baby ribbon together with
aery ditall complete, een to tho a ast profusion of flowers most dnlnt
jewels, which on this occasion were a " handled mndo one of the most nd
string of multilists Among the mired enrs of the procession The
nnn.1. ti,... Mi... i. t ii..mni.,-iu Mm tirettv Uflmin with toilets nf tmle Hv
ll)ron Dnlrtl Mrs Pert) Ut-nson nnd
Jlri Alanine 1'hllllps
Mr and Mrs Alexander Scott ex-
pett to spend n month on Tnntnlus
Thej were there for n week but hno Slatiery nnd MIsh Uertha Ruth onng
I e limed to their npartments nt tho'A coHO tlilrU was the car of Ilnkd
Yiung iwlth Its aitlstlc decoration of )cllow
ir Inlamander. Mr. Ilalrd's guests were
Rev and Mrs John Usborne. who Mm. Bnlrd, Miss Truclson and Miss
hnve been occup)lng their Walklkl I May. , The tossing up or a penny gave
llli for h few weeks. hne returned tho Alexander Young car" tho prefer-
to the Rector), and will remain there,
Ml nnd Mrs C W C Dterlnir nnd ,te(l Tho ,,,ICo charming occupnnts
Mrs F II ,rMumphNrlHCa"e Hpen.Hngl' ,'" a.T.U,,,C.r' J.'.",'0
the week's end nt Wala.ua. WSmZ ?& own'car""
One of the prettiest dinners of the
week wns glen In honor of Mrs
siciuiiize uy waiter Diiiingliam on
Tuesday eionlng at the Dillingham
residence Roses or nl colors formed
mum ui uiu iuuci uecornuons,,a Tho car of .Mr. J. S Hull nr
nnd thu soft light of man) enndles
Hhiouded In pink shone on the beau
mill rtisesr wlileli numbered mnii)
hundred, with charming effect Among
un- Kucais ure-, uuBiiie wie gucsi oi
honor, Mrs Sthultze Mr and Mrs
A M Ilrown, Mr and Mrs J. S Walk
er Mr and Mrs Ilrnlnard Smith Miss
..,. ' '""'"k"1"" nn "nroni
IJIIIInghnm nnd Robert Atkinson
, , .
The mwh elttted ofTlcers of the
ljnlerslty Club are as follow! Pros-
Idem Dr. Day, lce president Alonzo
Gnitle) l.sq . treasurer I) W. Andcr-
son l.q , sccretar). Shine) Uallou,
Ksq; governors. Acting Gotcrnor At-
Milton, Chler Justice I-rear nnd W II
! ny,l.'.t,',, i "-',,lnR.,!?;crn"rH T
R Gait, I.q. Dr. Humphrls and Peicy
,- -, , ,. . . .
Uie hlnral Parade, in e-Kcrly lo ik-
cl forward to, and . j lirllln.i'iy w of the monarchy Tho dignified rid
c ..mil. .will go down In tho minis cr8 th now Ing skirls, black capca
of the country as one ol toe twnts nnd lets in their glossy hair will Ion?
of the era T.i I-atlur et cir 'o,in bo remembered, ror they wore Indeed
trl" I t, n .11 I,ji . Pill.. ..I. Al . .... - .. .
j Jrv ", " '' "q "' " iiiku
ANOTHER FRIEND GONE.
ifeSlL N0TlCC I riri5
!?Xx'Sv ' 'Tsa 1 1 n 1 1 ,
JH ill All
Hiioniti have n prize Mr C C von
Hnirm who drovo n Model C Wlnton,
enrned off tho first prize Cherry
blossoms nrtlstlcnll) embtlllshed with
pink nnd blue chiffon nnd three thou
sand (ho hundred chcrr) blossoms
elaborately entwined with the aspar
agus fern won henrt) applause Mr
Mm Hnnim's guests were Mrs von
linn in. Mis Ilyrou llalrd and Miss
Kathleen Cartw right The )oung
women were dressed In white with
flowing nutomoblle lcls of blue nnd
mnde nn effective appearance To
Mr C W. Chapln of New York wns
awarded tho second prize Ills car
was transformed Into a beautiful boat
and thousands of pink roses were used
In the making or this exquisite car.
"Aloha" wns on tho bow and the chaf
feur was dressed as a sailor laddie.
The occupants were Mr nnd Mre
Chnpln Miss Olmstcad, of Newport,
It I, Miss Wood of St Paul, Minn,
nnd Miss Wlnlrred Ilrown The par
asols of tho )oung women were of
white, edged with pink roses, and the
human flowers were ns much ndmlred
as the lovel) car Next In tne order of
prizes came the big touring car or Mr
Mexnnder Young Miss O It Young
illccirntdl this dnlnt star and the
.ender nnd pink mnde n charming com
bltir-tlpn ol dnlnty colors Mr. Alex
ander Young tlKnc his own car and
with him were Mrs. Alexander Young,
ilr '" " Humphrls, Mrs Rudolf
n-c' hc Judges deciding that honors
were easy. Thu "American Ilcauty
car of Oerrlt Wilder was much not'
). A McundlcsK ear was brilliant
with red carnations nnd maidenhair
ferns. It made a fine showing for tho
tirnllv L-lrltt uhn u. r.. tllli lilm -Tlut.
were Misses Gcneleo Illakc, Alice
j(,nis. Lornn Iniikea and Helen Klin
.Mil. nen polls was ninth admired Wov
en i aim It axes hnugalmlllen nnd
malle hcciii'cI the second prize In
tasj H Mr Hell's guests were Mis
jieii. Mrs C W Schultz of Now York
,,,.,. Kitchen, nnd .Mr .1 r. iiett Ti.n
first nrlm In l.-int n nn uiw.n Mr
James Qulnn and Ills car made a
lm)bt efftctho showing with Its ar
rnngtmcni of golden shower blossoms.
P-'l'per lno nnd white kahilis The
'pupil, or the Kamehamehn schools, nu
nnnaiiniu. ,.r,ti. i.... .. nt .,,. ....
the otcupaVts nnd they wore lllmu
Itli Mr K Hcnilques won the third
prize In class IJ, and his beautiful
tnr, decorated In ginger blossoms nnd
mnllc, was a picture One could go
on Interminably with the descriptions
of the beautiful floats and runnboitts,
inntl, as for the na-u riders, never has
,,,c,, utcn "uch n picturesque and
hrlllinni Kiniit ,.vi in ti,Q ni.i .m. ,
mo it'inuriH or nu ua Tne cowboy
iaHssMtiftAitiM U.&L&vmlUl iiAftfltAfy-r, Mhnftimti i itovad'y
I section wns n thrilling one nnd wns
much applauded ns they rode by Tho
neaiiiiiii I'rinccss David Knwanana
koa gnve out the prizes and I)r Mon
snrrat announced tho winners In his
usual dopey faRhlon After the parade
thert were man) lunches git en. Dr.
nnd Mrs. Humphrls of tho Moana en
tertnlned for twent) ono nnd nmong
their guests were Mr nnd Mrs liny
mond do II. I.nvnrd, Judge and Mrs
Slamcy. Miss Illgford. Mrs TnvJor nf
Chicago, Pajmascr and Mrs Hagncr,
air ami Airs u vv l' Docrlng, Mia
Ray Mlsrf Ilnnics Mm Dodge of New
York Miss O Meara, Miss Forman,
Mr Shefleld draco, Dr Armltage Can
mm snvce .Mr A a nawes nnd Mr.
H C A Peterson Tho James Wll.
ders gave n luncheon nt the Wilder
cottage nt walklkl, nnd nt tho Alex
andci Young thu dining room was gay
with many parties.
Her Majesty, the Queen, surrounded
by n court, occupied n sent of honor
in tne property of tho two Princes
She wns snluted by ever) body and
I The ball at the Hawaiian hotel end
'cd a strenuous day most flttlngl) All
jthc representative people of the town
I seemed lo turn out and It was more
I like the early days of the Hawaiian
hotel when the band pla)ed once a
month nnd everybody In town war
thert At tho Alexander Young tho
perfect Moor wns well patronized nnd
(there were crowds or strangers who
njripil the roof garden. They wcio
much surprised to find such n gorgeous
nffali as the Alexander Young hotel.
At both hotels thete were two sets nf
quintet boys nnd the Hawaiian hand
pla)cd In tho park of tho Hawaiian
hotel before tho ball. Elaborate din
ners were sered nnd thcro were many
to enjoy them. Altogether the 22nd
or February 19015 will bo long leninrn
bored as n gala eent The Promotion
"- 'tnllttee did themseheg proud.
With such progressive men with the
Interests of tho Islands at heart the
Hawaiian IMnncln ought to becom
weli known and popular
One of the celebrities of the week
wlio passed through Honolulu was
Col Kitchener, brother of I.o .
Kitchener. He was the guest of br
and Mrs F II Humphrls, as he was
nn ld frltnd of theirs.
Among tin card parties of tho week
was the one glcn on Wednesday b)
Mrs A. II Lackland The t.rst pr'to
n cut glass dish, was a ii ! Mit
Wells Peterson Mrs Dals won In"
conrnlctlon prize A drawn work grass
linen doll) The refreshments were
sened from little tables and were do
llclous Among those present were
Mrs C Wilder, Mrs MorPz or Molo
l.al, Mrs W Peterson, Mrs Andrew
Fuller Mrs George Hodlek. Mrs
Hocking, Mrs Davis, Mrs Oat, Misses
Hazel Huffman, Agnes Mclnt)re and
Mrs Paul Neumann, who Is lulling
her mother, Mrs Snnccdo, In Mexico,
Is expected to nrrlvu In Honolulu In
Mrs. J. F C. Hagens entertained nt
carda for Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mrs,
Frank Richardson, Mrs. George Hen
Ion, Mrs. Will Rawlins. Mrs. Alice
Ilrown, .Mrs i: M. Iloyd, Mrs Clifford
High, Mrs Hocking, Misses Amy
Mossmnn and Hazel Hoffman The
first prize, a bondion dish wns won h)
Mrs Frank Thompson The consola
tion prize, n Chinese Mine, was award
ed to Mrs H M llo)d.
i:er) uol Is congratulating Admir
al I.) on upon his promotion. Probably
no one Is more popular than I ho hand
some and distinguished admiral Doth
Admiral and Mrs Lyon hno entered
Into the gn)cttes of the social life with
a lm nnd no nflalr Is considered com
plete without them Mrs l.)on Is con
bldcred a beautiful woman as well as
a tr charming one. She Is a thor
tuigli sportswomnn and present n due
appinraucu upon her magnificent
Mrs Amweg of San Francisco, who
Is a guest of the Hawaiian Hotel, U
giving a tea on Tuesday.
Mrs. Castend)ke of Hllo, formeil)
Mrs Held, nee llnlstead, gave blub
to a fine girl on Wedncsda), February
Admiral nnd Mrs I.) on expect theli
son Harry In April. Ho will nrrlvo
by the ship Dlrlgo.
Mr. and Mrs Georgo Hodlek cntci-
tallied Mr, Douglas of New York at
dinner on Monday evening, Among
those present were Admiral and Mis
I.)on, Mr nnd Mrs. llermnn Focke,
Mis Neiimnnii nnd Miss Neumann,
Mr, llnckfeld uud Mr Pfotenliiuier.
The stork left a little, girl at Mrs.
F Klebahns on Wedncsda), rebiunry
Admiral and Mrs l.von lmmi n ile
llghtliil urprl8e party on Satuulay
evening ror the Itodlcks In honor or
the host's birthday The avenue or tho
Hodleks formed n grand detoui for
the tally ho In which tho guests ai-ilve-d,
and the cons-ernatlon and sin
prise upon the faces of the host an I
hobtCFH was thoroughly enJo)ed.
Dancing and cards formod the enter
tainment of the evening nnd Solomon's
quintet club added to tho gayety of the
evening Among those present were
Mr nnd MrK II. Focke, Mr. and Mrs
Hlshop Di and Mrs Wnlter Holt
maun Ml and Mrs C. Wilder. Mrs
MaeNcll, Mrs. Neumann, Mr and Mrs
Charles Wight, Mr and Mrs He)Icrs,
Miss Neumann, Miss Luclllo Durham,
Miss Cudle Walker, Miss Nellie Alex
ander, Mr Frank Armstrong, Sam
Walker, Fred Alexander, Ilusch, Nolet,
Hugo, Ilerger, Humbiirc, and Schultze.
Miss I.ll) Paty Is visiting Mrs. Her
man Focke In Nuuanii valley for n few
da)s Mr and Mrs Focke oxpect tto
sail on the "lh of April for Kuiopo
and their atn) will be Indefinite
It Is a matter of great regret to tho
ninny filenda or Captain and Mrs Nib
lack that they are so soon to leave
Honolulu Tho Nlblacks are delight
I"! tMiifa1"?t " e replaced. Cap
tain Nlblack Is one of the cloverest of
Far oatln, drinking, one! cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
ftCOlBTtlMID U. fT. Ofrtot
DruVftsl Cocoa, 1-2 lb. bns
DtVn'i Chocolate (uniwectened). 12 lb.ckei
German Sweet Chocolate, 14 lb. calei
Pot itile by Leddlnft Croccf
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
43 HIGHEST AWARDS IS tUROPE
flccj-h In the navy and has made a
great record for himself In times past
In iliplom-ity In foreign countries Mrs
Nlbli.ck nee Mar) Harrington was
one of the mosl popular nnd lovely
glrlH of her set.
Mm A G Hiwes has been 111 for
two welts v.lth a severe attack of op
Judge Hilth does not expect to r-i-turn
to Honolulu this cnr and Mrs.
. nttb Ih not expected until June. Har
riet Hatch and Gilchrist expect to
.ip.'ntl tl e Rummer in Vermont
Mm Ro ,i in entertained nt cards at
her lovely Inline on Thurston avenue
nn Wedneuli) afternoon, In honor of
Mm C He Inunn, who loaves tho
ni'lntilioiliood Maich first for Walklkl.
the Hedematius having taken the Mc-
inerny eotage for a )ear, Tho reams
looked unuHiiall) pre'ty. for they were
clabtir.itely decorated with cut flow
era Mrs Ronton Is nn admirable
hoslt'Bs and ever) body alwa)s feels
nt homo. Mrs. Fred Rush won tho
first prize, a cuf-g'nss vase. Tho sec
ond prlro was won by Mrs Hagens
and provej to ! n cut glass loving
cup Tho consolation prize, large
boiifiuel of nscs, was awarded Mrs
Mm Albert Nlblack Is giving a lnrco
bridge party at the Naval Station this
Mm John Soper gave n largj nt
homo ou Wednesda) atternonn.
Mi nnd Mrs. Richard Ivers aie on
Mr If Sthultze- of llackfcld S. Co.
cxpeti'i tu leave al.o on the 7th Ho
will Julu ill J Schultze. who has been
In Gorman) for the past )cai.
"Hl Cte'lcenc) thv. Governor" Is to
be i,ijii u Un Op. u House this even
ing mil tl should diaw a large house
The )oung ne p'u of the High School
lave been hard at woik on this piece
and they lime their parts litter per
fect. They hive been under the direc
tion of one of the cltv's best teachers
In drama and there Is no doubt that
Ihcy will Aeqult themselves with great
Tho folljwlng etiact and bc-of in
MuUvell Kauai Feb. 1!) On
Satnrdj) evening the 17th Inr. . th
twinkling of hundreds of Jipanese lau
tcriiH, the bursting of akj-iool.ets, tin
llanlilin; of LDloied fires antl the lining
of moving uirlagej t;rt i neitlte to
those who were net ctherwis; Inform
ed that souethliig unusual was doing
ut Kckupua the beautiful liomi uf
.Mr mid Mis Fiaucls O.l) Sotle'y
piople had been notified b) liivltutlun
thnt u double rereplion vvus to be
given oa that otcnsiuii b,- tlu hoit
uud liosteiii to Hun and .Mrs IZi U- A,
Kiiudscn ut Wahiawu, nnd to Mi and
Mrs. Jjme,! Spalding of Kealli. two
uawly.marrled and papular couples
and as the opportunity to enjoy the
piovcrlilil bujpitullty and entertain
ment of Mr and Mrs Gn) Is rarcl)
neglttLtcd, few regrets were sent 11
8 30 o'clock the. guests were clbowlii'j
tbelr wa) Into thu hack parlor, where
the reception was held Mrs Gay and
Mrs Clurlei Elstun received, and pre.
8cn(e I tho Invited ones us the) ar
rived 'lhe Urge music room nt the fiout
of the houje had been eleaied of fur
niture, and when the reception was
over the yoairf people lost no time In
stnitlng the dautlng, to the music of
the Wntmei Quintet Club A charac
teristic feituie of Kekupua vvus not
wanting on this occasion, and at Inter
vals betftcia tie dances the company
was treated to votal ami Instrumental
music by Mrs Martin, Miss Rhode!!,
Mrs Khton and Mrs Gay
At twelve otloek refreshmenta vvcro
servetl at small tables In the dlnlnc
oom aai ou the verandas, and on
hour late, the guests deputed The
night was line, and altogethci the uf-
fair was a nost brilliant social event
Tho gowus worn by the ladies weiel.
cspetlnlly notlteable on nceount of
,tholi beauty, among them being that
of Mr i: A. Knudsen. of white chlf-
fon satin trimmed with Valenciennes
lace, Mrs Spalding wore a Parisian
gown of white Irish point lace, orna
ments diamonds, Mrs Aubrey Robin
son wore gray spangled net ocr
satin, Mrs V Knudsen wore black
silk, with white lace; Mrs. Augustus
Knudsen wore a silk Valenciennes lace
gown, Mrs Fn)o, black spangles nnd
lace, Mrs Sandow, whlto silk princess
gown, the front panel being embroid
ered In pastelle shades of lavender;
Mrs W H. Rice, black silk, with
heavy lace, Mrs Italdwln black plna
and spangled lace, Mrs. Ulstou, white
mull trimmed with Valenciennes lace
and Dresden ribbon, Mrs C. A. Rico,
Pink J una cloth trimmed with duchess
laccj Mrs A, H Rice, white organdie
nnd rose point lace, Miss Ada
Rhodes, white princess gown of chif
fon crepe, Mrs Hofgaard, blue satin
princess gown, with black trimmings;
Mrs. Fassoth, cream brocadej silk;
Mrs. Wm Danford, white crepe gown,
en trnln, trimmed with pink roses;
Mrs Francis Gay, black lnce over
flowered chiffon, trimmed with duchesk
lnce Resides there were many other
costly and attractive gowns.
Those present were Mr nnd Mrs. U.
A Knudsen, .Mr nnd Mrs J. M Spald
ing, Mr and Mrs A. Knudsen. Mrs. V.
Knudsen, Mr nnd Mrs Aubrey. Rob
inson. Mr nnd Mrs. U D. Uatdwln,
Mr. nnd Mrs Fa)e. Miss Fave. Mr.
nnd Mrs Fassoth, Mr nnd Mrs W II
Rice of Llhuc, Mr. nnd Mrs C. A.
Rice. Mr nnd Mrs. A. H Rico, Dr nnd
Mrs Sandow, Mr. nnd Mrs.' Norman
Orelg. Mr nnd Mrs. Peters. Mr and
Mrs. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Hofgaard.
Mr. and Mrs. Oco. Cwart, Mr. and
Mrs Hansen, Mr. nnd Mrs Danford.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Wnterhouso of
Honolulu, Mr. and Mrs HJorth, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs.
Alston. Mesdames Martin and Mah
lura. Misses Rhodes, Flnkler, Whlttlng
ton. Martin. Gay, Uanbam and Abbot;
Messrs. Hart. Mllllken, Fries, Urandt,
Kutz, Arthur Mackintosh of Honolu
lu, Usborne. Mahlum. Hyoslef. llrodle,
Schult7, Oerner. Hankln nnd Palmer.
Cards have been received by Mr nnd
Mrs Glffard announclne the mnrrlncn
of their daughter Jane Kahlwalanl lo
Arthur Ashford Wilder, February 14
Judge nnd Mrs. Wilder urc, at their
Mlla nt Walklkl.
Miss Laura McKlnstry and Miss
Marjory Ide will sail Tuesday on the
China for Manila While In the Phil
ippines Miss McKlnstry will be tho
guest of Governor General Ide and his
lamll) returning with them next Juno,
when General Ide's term will have ex
plied .Mls McKlnstry nnd Mies Ide
were to have gone Tbursda) on the
transport, but ns there was delay In
Betting transportation, the) got ac
commodations on the liner. Ch-oulcle.
Mrs Philip I.ansdale and the Misses.
Uertha and Helen Sidney Smith will
leave on March 9 for Japan and tho
Orient, to be nbsent for several
The dance at the Moana Hotel was
one of the most enjojnble of the any
hops given there. There was a large
contingency of the Army nnd Navy as
well as town peoplo Many lovely
tollctes were noticed.
Dr. Charles Cooper received the
newp of the death of his mother this
A McHr)do is visiting with
P. Isenbeig of Pensacola
A er) fashionable nudlcure pro
mises to gleet the famous Husslnn pl
nnist Mllo Kroostehoff on the occasion
of her concert lo bo given next Tucs
dii) evening In Punahou Hall The
demahd for tickets has ulready been
(nnsldernble and mnny nationalities
liuvcbren nicpreseuted nmong the bti).
The outlook Is thut the hall will
Mllo Olga Kroostehoff. who to the
delight of Honolulu music-lovers, haj
sreeded to n special request to give
h concert here before passing on to tho
mainland, has prepared an excellent
iPiogram which Is certain to be greatly
"iJo)ed by nil
MhE OLGA KHROOSTCHEFF
LAUREATE OF THE VIENNA
Will Give a Recital In
TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY
27, AT 8 O'CLOCK.
RESERVED SEATS, $1.00, AT
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
A number of fine mllcn cows; also
driving horses and chickens.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
Telephone Main 78
Citv Meat Market
tabl.i.CaTltornla product, by eveVy'
nnnpriR nn lumen nr,..,.. ..
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Bulletin gives a'complete summary of
the now s of the day. For SI a year.
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