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EVDNINO DULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T II., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 100B.
The Little Ads with
Hoe Puko H, NflW TO -
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
April 1st. 3S.
HOUSE 4 bedrooms, Klnau St $35.
OFFICES In modern building. King
vvtrcet near Kurt, 115 anil J20.
3 paying properties on Young street.
Will sell separately.
Hrsldenre on Pensarola stroct with
4ablc poultry run. etc. Fine place
lor chicken fancier.
Fine residence with large lot. King
ftreet .1 bedrooms
DISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
A two story bouse. No lu3'i Oreen
street Furnished or unfurnished.
Apply C. II Reynolds. 3317-tf
Cottcge of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
St. Apply S S Peck. 297 Vineyard
UMUgef In Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong K"ft, Smith SL, rnauka Hotel
nice larcp front rooms Unfurnished,
Reasonable Apply Sn Hcrctanla St,
Hon" kc. ping and single mnm at
JOlo Liiima St ontrall located
Varnished housekeeping rooms w Ith
gas Inquire No S Cottage Grovi
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms Id i
city. Helen's court, Adams lane.
Two story house at Wnlatuo and Cth
Ave Inquire on premises. 3321-lm
3Cewly furnished mosquito proof rooms j
nt 84 Vineyard St 2723-tf1
Day horse, no brand strayed from Her
ctunla St. near Kaahunianu school.
Ilcward at this office. 3332-tf
Lady's Hawaiian dime belt Initials
"M. L." Suitable reward If returned
to this office. 3329 31
A yacht adrift Owner may obtain,
same from Jno Wood, at J no Ka
nakas block. Kakaako 332S-2W
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from (2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
v-ck for stable, roads and side-
xsralks; flrowood. Third door below
f.Klne, Maunakea SL; P. O. box 820.!
Telerbone Main 396. I
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Hbno. 1111 Fort BL I
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
Demurs dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees 520 King St.
.For house-help, phone White 2391, Ma
iMkl. General Kmploymcnt Office,
oar. Pensacola and Ileretanla.
Tor Japanese laborers and ard bos.
Call at Hotel Chlkushl. or Telephone
Main 450 3317-lm
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
thas moved to tho piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co , 168 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher. J3 month (8 lessons);
npcclal attention to adult beginners
Address Music, this oiuce.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
letin office. I
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Oflfco and Storj Fitting, Cabinet Mak
4ng and Polishing; Calabash Turn
lng; Repairing and General Jobbing
382 ALAKEA 8T . rear V C
the Big Results
DAY, for Now A.cJ.
ttpof rnMln tnr anlA at ln
fv m huliu Hancb. Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 tf
'deal country borne at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; Rood bathing;
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trues, nr. car lino. llargaln. Apply
to P. H. It. Strauch, Ileal Estate. 74
a. King St., Walty Bldg. 3296
Finn corner lot in Maklki. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. P., this offlce.
Pure I'll mouth Hook eggs, and young
chickens one month old Applw
Knrm Cornn, King and McCully
vgg i In settings. Pure bred Plymouth
Hocks, barred or white. Tclophono
White 831. 3319-tf
Jbeap Homo near Park, Walkllcl.
Address It. S. K.. Ilullctln.
A young man with a fair education,
who writes a good hand, and who Is
wilting to work. Applications stat
ing qualifications nud nationality,
sent to P. O llox A., Walmen, Hn
Hawaiian aud Oriental stamps, post
cards nevvspnper wrnujilncs. Will
exehangi-. Address Handolph Stu
art, (Irci-nwood. Urltlsh Columbia.
llv n gentleman, room ami board In a
prtmt 1 mill l . Address 11. S. I),
tin!!, tin olllie 3330-tf
ii tlrtt rlass barbers Immediately
'ri'lj Jeffs. Merchant St 3332-lw
WOOM AND BOARD
i 'loom and board for 2 gentlemen at
I 1191 King St 3321-lm
Corner Alaken and Olng streets. All
the regular services tomorrow. Junior
C. i:., 9 ii. m.; 8enlor C. I;.. 0-30 n. m.:
lllblo school, 9 30 a. m. lllbles will be
ready for distribution to pupils nt
prices ranging from 2D cents to l.
Preaching. 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m ,
morning "O God' My Clod' Our Fa-
tliei , evening. "Charncter " You nro
cordially Invited to nny and nil of
tin si- hitv lc en a I). IMwnrds, pastor
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
i the news of the day. For SI a year.
uuiictin gives a complete summary or
J33J- Fine Job Printing at the Bui
Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish.
lng. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
MONEY TO LEND.
on Jewelry and merchandise. Th. J,
Carlo Pawn so Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
! painting, All work guaranteed
Knos liros.. Union abovo Hotel St.
3co Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Iloxcs, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Hear Union Qrlll.
A. J. DERBY, D, D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN-
Weekly. Bulletin 1 per year.
1 The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
IDEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7f Pef month. Weekly Bulletin,
51 ner vear
It Is nslly nmuslng to hear the com-
ments of our fair Wsltors from the
mainland, on our manners, customs
and dressat a recent dinner given b
one of our fnshlonnble hostesses a guest
a stranger from abroad afforded
much entertainment so I um told, by
her well-meant but frank utterances
Why, I hnc nccr met better bred
people, nor better dressed ones. Do
look nt that woman's frock. It might
have come from Pnrls How beautiful-
ly this tnble Is arranged. 1 had no Idea
of finding such apparent culture and
ilUllzntlou In the Hawaiian Islands, ';
and so on throughout the dinner The
Msltor from the Coast had evidently
expected hula skirts and beads instead faced woman, and who created consld
of French frocks nnd perfect manners, ernble fun and aroused the curiosity of
She quite forgot the Hawaiian Islnnds all wns awarded the first prize, a ccn
werc entertaining distinguished for- terplecc, for the funniest women's cos
claners from all over the world long til me. and when the mask wns removed
before California wns ecr heard or.
The Islands have nlwajs possessed
heaps of money nnd, of course, travel
and culture would follow In Its wake
but. It Is nmuslng ncvcr-thc-less to
listen to tnc comments which lire niip-
Idly octunlng less often thunkH per-'
bans to the Promotion Committee, nnd
a tew others I
Anumir tho mnnv illnners nt Hie .Mo-
una Hotel wns the olio given bv Mr.
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untl Mis C W. C Dicrlng on Siindio
evening Covers weie laid for seven
nnd n perfect menu was nerved Cut
(lowers of pale pink loses with sotliy
shaded candles of the same tone inado
the tnble most etfettlve Among tho
guests were Major and Mrs. Fuller.
Paymaster and Mrs llagner ami Mrs.
.Mr and Mrs. lMwIn Uenncr enter
tnlned the lluckcje Club on Tuesday! I0n- r(lney dress, Mrs. .ormnn ureig nxi t wedding supper nt which only Intl
evening nnd a very Interesting inns "UMlo girl," Among the gentlemen, mate friends were bidden wns given n
leal program was rendeied, Theie
vveio about llfty present anil the fol
lowing new olllcers were elected for
tho )eur President. Mr. II. C. Drown;
vice president. Judge S. II. Kingsbury;
itnr-rprnrv nml triiiikiirpr. Mr. ( It
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Dickey During the evening delicious
refreshments were served.
refreshments were served.
Among the passengers on the trans
port Logan wero Lieut. Samuel Wld-
dlflcld, wife and child on their wny to
Manila. They were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs Hymn ll.ilrd during their
stay In town. Mr. Wlddlflelil Is an Is-
luiid boy. the son of Mrs. Mnry Wld- -Mr- n'OBKO' nttracieu attention and1 tnlned Mrs Chapln, u joung and lovd
dllleld, and u brother of Mrs. Jiyron m'"le " l"t of noise with his wooden y blonde, has been much udmlred.
Unini shoes, part of the makeup of an eml- w
Among the urrlvals on Hie Mun-
churla on Wednesday weio Mr and
Mrs Jacob Schlff of New York. They
spent n strenuous day. lumhlng ut tho'
Moana and motoring In the morning
to Moanalua, Pall nnd Honolulu Plun-
Inllon 'llm lunrlipnn nt the Mn.ina
hotel was a most elabornto ntfulr. ciiv-l
era being laid for eighteen guest's. It
was given by Mr D. Klshl of the Yo-
kohama Hunk, unci the Moana quintet
club furnished the music. Among th"
party weie Mr und Mrs. Illedgo ol
Paris. Mr and Mrs, Neustadt, Mr. and
Mm rirlnlmiim Mr. iii.t Srlilif Cnl
(Jeorgc Mucfnrlanc, who nlso icturncd
In the Manchuria, ufter a trip of scv-
eral months in the States, ltobert Shin-
gte nnd Mr, Campbell of the Henry
vviiiernouse i rust company, coneo wuh
served on tho Innnl and after a most In-
tcresllng visit to the aquarium the
party paid their respects to ex-Gov-
ernor Clcgliorn and tea wns served
Afterwards several of the guests went
cnnoclng fiom tho Moana hotel. Col.
fleoren Mac fnrlntip pntpttnlnpil In ,
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the other guests were Acting Governor,
Atklnsun nml Mr J F Hackfcld Ilur-
lng tho evening tho guests visited the
Jupanese club house nt Wnlklkt nnd
wero serenaded by tho Iloval lluvvnllun
Iland Great enthusiasm pievulled mid
there weie over" fltv of tho niomliient
Japanese i esllei. Is to welcome Mr
Sell? and nary eicomo .mi.
Schlff and party.
Last- Sunday evening Mr, John II
llllss entertained at dinner In honai-
of Captain and Mrs Nlbiack. Miss Jes-
and Lieut Carter. Miss Nannie Win
ston acted us hostess and the table
looked most Inviting with cut flowers
An extract from the Garden lslnui!
of Interest Is tho following.
On Saturday ovenlng the lutti In
stant, In response to Invitations to at
tend n masquerade ball, a guy porty
drawn from all parts of Kauai from
Wulnlha to Kckakn, gathered at the
social hall In Llliue.
At 8:30 o'clock tho orchestra struck
honor of Mr and Mrs. Schirf nt tho' -r. Jus. p.iniing uppearec ns -r-Ilawnllan
Hotel In his usual princely "ot. Ilnjold Ulio oh Hoinco Mr. Hill ns
fashion, several bottles of choice wines cow-boy. Mr. Wlllard us Chlncso Man
being heartily approved Among (nnn' W'H- HI". Jr-. ruvlvcd lecouec-
fell In line and nfter marching and nthlttlcB as well
counter marching, nrrunged tncmselvs. '
in a semi-circle about the room facing
the stage, upon which were seated Mes-1 Miss Kathleen Curtwrlght was a
dames Purvis, W H. Rice, Jr., nnd passenger on the Venturn on Wcdnes
Hnstlngs, nnd Messrs. 8. W. Wilcox 'day. She went on board at 11 o'clock
nnd W II Illce, Br,, the judges who and throughout the afternoon nnd oven
wero to determine to whom weie to be lng (lowers, books, bildge sets and bon-
nwnrded the prizes respectively for tho,
hiiidsumcst costume, ludles' nnd gen
t Ionian's, nnd tho funniest This
Pioved n dlineult. tusk for no one cos
tume was preeminent over n number of
handsome ones, and the Judges finally
effected a compromise by calling tlireo
of tho Indies to tho front to draw for
tho prlro, which was a. pretty plaque,1
nnd fell to Miss Florence I)cerlll, who
as "Hawaii" was dressed In the Hn-1
witllan colors, with tap to match.., The.
othci two ladles werp Mis Chas. Klstnn
of Mnknwell, who represented "Car-
men" In n hanilnomc lostume of red
and jellow with bead trimmings and a
blntk Ince shawl and appropriate hair
ornaments, nnd Mrs James Spalding of
Keutln, who ns "Pierrette." wore while,'
satin with black pompoms.
(Iiorge Fulrchlld was given first'
prlr-, a stein, for the handsomest men's I
costume, that of n Chinese Mandarin,
A character who appeared as a two
I hnrlle Hn otters smiling luce greeted i
Mr. Vnughnn of Kolo.i merited ntul'
received the first prize, nlso a stein, fori
the funniest men's character. Ills gio-i
n-nqui- iiiiucs wrrc iiium iuiiiisiiik.
After tho prizes h.ul been awarded
the lommnml was given to unmask,
nfter vvhlih tho orchestra struck up n
jtvvn - slep and soon the entire lot of
maskers was whirling about forming n
. . .. . . ..
kaleidoscope of moving color. Dane'
lng was lontlniied until midnight when
refreshments wero served nnd nn hour
luti'r the party broke up. Hie ball was
un iinqua i success
Among tho pretty loxtumes deserv
ing mention was that of Mrs. Fulrchlld
ns "Theodora," that of Mrs Francis
Gay as "Night." that of Miss Ctliel Oay
who nppearcd In Colonl.il costume as
t Id also Miss Alilrkh. Miss Lady Mac
lailanc as Carmen. Mrs J. I ltobert-i
.nr ihi iuvj cuaiuiiii- cuuri jester
was attractive, while n gentleman I
whose modesty prevented his giving!
his name wore n handsome Spanish
Thcr wero n number of funny chni-;
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"tum uu unmo ic-ciui nuiiiiuu.
Chnrllo Klston as a black "mammy"
with two unruly children (Mrs. San-
dovv and Miss Ada Ithodes) who seemed i
to be having a lot of trouble over a
nt'rslng huttb- provoking mirth fornn Oriental trip. The Chaplns sold'
u" '"" cie (onsiuereu ny me juurmi
1,r " I'flzc, but as a trio, they werel
)grnnt from Kurope who claimed to be-
B l0 "iihs most ticsirnblo ns new
lunorers in Hawaii, with lots of money
Mr Hoytlf looked so much like n
"tramp" thut pi ople Instinctively drew
nny him und pussed by on the
Among the ladles, Mrs. Duncan wns
m(,ht nttrnctlv.i us a cow-boy girl; Mrs. j
"aidwin or Mnkaweii appeared as
'Juicn of Hearts," .Mrs. rnye as a hay
maker. Mrs. Swcetser as a witch, Mis.
kliwit as a German peusnnt woman,
M -ner us no i-cci; .nrs iujioi-
"s Plerctlc. Mrs. Wilkinson lis lied i
Hiding Hood; Mrs. Hogg as n JnpaneBo'
"'"". .Mrs. i rueimcii us a uypsy,irock. Hand mailo entirely of real lace
'Mrs- Lnai nice, fancy clresB; Mrs.
Christian, Korean woman, Mrs. Jaeger
-; ..-m- . ,...vw ,fc..,Bv...-T
c" ll10 yuccii or Hearts." .Miss Mablol
Wilcox, I'rlmo Peer; Miss Duncan, lied,
""K iioou, .mss suuuu, rriecu-lonu
lu ' '" Jiaiencior, uomino; miks
'"'" "ovtrui. uuicu peasant gin. .vuss
J"r'ian, uypsy; miss J'ellcr, "JIM
... . ...
uu" "' "e " ,'"u '""""rciiy uy
"PPearliig in the uniform of theGov-
Lr"or ol ua'- Pc,""' "l"'r aiii-
"' ""'"' ' " '""'"" -'irs. ,v. n
MtlJine nnil Ouy Hanklne nppeared ns
''ahc" i J" litace represented sug-
nml nn,l was icsplendcnt In n suit of
''""''! '"' " "' Kerlptlons on,
w anfor( WBg wc, tlesguUeil m
u suit as a clown ICd Deverlll vvoro a
Continental suit, us did ulso Charles
A Hko; Mr Schultz wore a Korean
I ulllt. .!.. If.,.. ,- ..n.,nnA.t I. t...,n..Ae ,
-," ; 'V'e" l Z "' '. n'TT
while Dr. Cooper, Mr. Ilohrlg and Char
lie Wilcox modculy puruded nbout the
room, dressed as girls, on the arm of
nny man that cumo along; Mr. Chris
tian appeared ns a "coon," Mr, ller
gait looked vvurni In a red suit repre
senting "Satan", Willie and Mnlcom
Coney represented extremes, tho for
mer (leoige Washington, the latter the
Miss I.aura Wells, of Maul, has the
honor of being on the editorial staff
of the Dully Palo Alto. Stanford Unl
tlnrnltll tluu Yt7l.ll.. In - nl r-.t n
uons arrived In great number. This
lopular end charming young woman
win tour "ew Zealand nnd Australia
before going on to Knglnnd and France.
She will be met at Melbourne by
I friends nnd during her Ult will ba
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cllt-
Ion, so well known hero ns delightful'
Australians Miss Cartw right, notnlth-'
standing her oulh, Is n great traveler
nnd Is always happy when "globe trot
ting." She expects to be gone a year.
Mr, ADd Mrs Alexander Scott were
(lie guests nt dlnncraLthc Alcxnnder
Young hotel of Mr. nnd Mrs. Steadman,
passengers on the Manchuria for Japan
on Wednesday evening In tho party
were Miss Hoonc nnd Miss Acrlll Mrs ,
Scott entertained them In the eenlng
by n drive to the Pnll, nnd by nn In-,
formal ten In the afternoon.
The Oregon girls and chnperone
tlioionghly cnJoed themscUcs on
Monday ccnlng nt the farewell concert
given In their honor nt the Hawaiian i
hotel. There was an Informal rccep-
tlon nnd dance later on the spacious,
Innals. Many friends of the Oregon
girts were present nnd n delightful!
ocnlng spent. The dinner which was
ghen by the Oregon girls untl Mrs I
Wcnthcrred to those who had enter-1
lalned them while here was n partlcii-
Urly enjoyable nffulr lied carnations!
and lolots formed tin- attractive table
decorations. Those pnuent nt this
fnrewell dinner were Mrs. Weatberrcd '
Mlse King, Miss Phillips, Miss Piocb-
Mel. Miss Couitemnnchc. Miss lleav-'
ren, Miss Nash, Miss Crosscn, Miss,
Mndlgan, Miss Parsley, Miss Urown
rsrs Cannon, Dckum, Ix)ng, Wright,
Downing, Clarke. Copeland, Stnngle
nnd Geo, Huchholtz.
Tho Oregon girls nnd Mrs Weathcrrcd'
sailed on the Sierra with the klnddtj
feelings for Honolulu and their enter-'
miners. They were covered with lels
nnd wncil their farewells with silk
Hawaiian lings to Interested spectators
pn the wharf.
Mrs. D. Thomas Hngncr Is giving d
uridge party this afternoon, nnd as It
if St. Patrick's day, the decorations
and prizes are nil green, l'ach Riic.st
receives a souvenir of the occasion In,
the form of n bit of hrlc-a-brnc In green i
ware nnd the house Is most cool nnd lit-
trnttlvc with Its p.tlms nnd ferns tlul
with bruiul green ribbons. Paymaster
nnd .Mrs Hngncr huvo only been here
i. nliort time, but they arc already great
(nvorltcs and much nought alter. '1 here1
v. Ill be seven tables this afternoon !
On Monday evening ut St Andrew
Cathedral occuried the marriage ofj
Miss LI!) o.Ntley nnd Mr. William II i
Hten. Tho ceremony wns pcrformid
bv the llev Mr. Kltz The mntrou-ol-houor
was Mrs Leslie nnd Mr. Afoni;
lleen served as best man. Messrs. Wil
liam Jordan, John Marcalllno and II I
A. Knulukoii wero the ushers. The
chancel of the church was nrtlstlcnlly
decorated with white flowers nnd ferns.
tnc home or Mr nnd Mrs. Nutlcy, Tho
bride, n young nnd pietty girl. Is n
great favorite with her set. nnd the'
groom Is n University of California
man anil a prominent lawyer, Mr. nnd I
.Mrs. Heen sailed on the Manchuria for
:.. . : . ..
mIIC uricnt on a noncyinooii trip,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnpln, who have btea
guests nt the Moana hotel for several
weeks, ilemirtcil on the Manchuria for,
their automobile to Mr Charles Cooke .
They huve been much liked iiud durlug,
(hPr visit here hnve been innrh enter
Countess Scnnl nnd her ftthcr. Mr !
Spalding, who have been ul tLu
Alexander Young, for a few days, sailed
lor Ifnual this week. They leccutly
tetiirned from n trip to the Coast.
One of the prettiest tunc his of tb
week was given In Mrs. Hnrvcy Tnj
lor at the Mimiiii hotel on Wednesday
in the center of the tnble were orchlca
of pale mauvo surrounded by n bed ot!
moss. This exquisite effect was much
admired, nnd the sweets nnd Ices welts i
of the sun.o tune as the orchids. At
I etch plate were corsages of orchids
Mrs. Taylor who wears her clothes mi-
usually well, was In n crenm-laco
inlet with Insertions of the sumo lovely
pattern. Among the guests were Mrs i
,,i-lvl, ,uuu,iu, .,hb. r, si uummum.
Mrs. Fnxon Illshop, Mrs, J. O. Oilman,
Mrs, M. Phillips, Misses Ocnevlevo Illx
cjorillo waixer. After lunchenn
the guests played pedfo, and the flrht
prize, a picture, was won by Mrs. K
Mr nnd Mrs. It. N. Paton entertalnei.
nt dinner on Wednesday evening la
honor of Dr and Mrs. Mnjs, Miss Nan
lite Winston, Miss Jeosle Foremuu, Mr
John II miss nnd ex-Governor Cleg
hoi n The color scheme of tho decor
titlons wits pink.
The engagement has been announced
b':?0"H" J' 1' "" "h" ',, ,',,"
he llev and Mrs John Wudmn
daughter. Flora to Mr I em
Uaker. of Wheeling, West Yliglnla
by the llev and Mrs John Wudmnn of
Mlss Louie Schweitzer gave a moit
enjoyable card party last ovenlng lu
honor of her cousin, Miss lleuilelta
Young, who Is vlslflng here from Salt
Mrs. Clifford Wood and the children
were arrivals on tho Ventura.
Mr George Washington Crane of
Now York entertnlned at dinner at tlu
Moana Hotel on Monday evening for
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hedcmann, Mr. and
Mtb. V. Rush.
Mrs. Ralph Ingrain and Mrs. John
Schoeffel entertained nt cards on Wed
nesday afternoon at Camp McKlnley
Tho bus met the guests and convejed
them to and from the cars. A quintet
i lull sang und plnyed most sweetly and
I lie first pedro prize was awarded to
Mis. Rodlck This was a choice vase
Die first bildge prize, a Venetian vase
wns won by Miss Humphrey nnd the
consolntlon prize, a cup and saucer,
wns cut for by everybody and Miss
llorfman wns the lucky winner. Delic
ious refreshments ended a delightful
lu honor of Admiral anil Mrs I.jon
an elaborate dinner was given by Mr.
and Mrs. Swanzy on Thursday even
ing at their charming villa In Manoa
For eating, drinking, nnd cocking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
McaisriMio u. s. pat. omo
Drrilfut, Cocoa, 1-2 lb. Uni
Dlrt'iChoolte(uniwrttenRl), 1-2 Ib.cilti
Ctfraan Sweet ChocoUte, 1.4 lb. ulci
Tor 5-lle hv l-ortdlnS Cfocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
IIICIirST AWARDS IN CLKOPC
til'M The decorations of Iho tnblo
hit,- insturtlums nnd ferns nrtlstlc
nlly a-r.m-scil Among thoc present,
hesiili'q the guests of honor, were Mrs
Ii-ivi Catte Mr and Mis. Raymond
th it Lav ird. Mr and Mrs Alexander
Si ni' px-lioieinor Cleghorn Acting
U iv rnor Atkinson and Dr. Cofcr.
Mi Sihiltz, nee Klti'hcn hns tnk--i.
the Cmmi't Mu) house for a few
.. i nil- Miss Helen Kin lion, her Bu
te. I. with hei and Mr Srhuliz Is ex
l i"l fiom New otk vei) soon.
'vr.i' iy evening wns almost n gala
e i--.: at tho Monnu. for there wero ten
j' tAjhe dinner patties Among the
it." ulners were Mr Thompson, nnd
UN guests were Mr anil Mrs. Dell, Miss
Oeli M!i Fieeman. Miss Darnes and
,V.i J. M Thompson. The clectrlt
imht were shioudcd In pink nnd pink
i -i ii it Ions and maidenhair ferns made
an elaborate effect. The place cards
and the meniM weie handpalutcd ani
nude charming souvenirs ot n pleasant
M'J. Grlniiell, of Chicago, was th
liisteij of u dinner party on Sunday
c.nla Covers were laid for seven,
loii-iainvlllea m03t urtlstlcnll) decor
ated the table The dinner was n fnic
eV to filpiuts who sailed for the Coast
M'i Faxon Illshop. who nlwavs en
tertains no well, guvu ii unlquu mid pic
lu usque Chinese luncheon on Tuesdny.
n- h iut arrived in full Chinese cos
iirte tl.t- rlihncss of the materials lie
ma ainiewhnt unusual Dvery detail
v, m complete, and to many of tho
Ktu-nti the costume was particularly
hei omtrg Chinese dishes nnd Chinese
wiii'i were served, und the lunch Itbelf
w h a mitsterpleee of nillnnry skill
!t n. a rhlneac standpoint. Huch guest
burs away a souvenir of the occasion
Tho fowers on the table and all the 111
tie auesiorles which go to mako up n
.! enful Chinese meal were not omit
ted A4 ttie guests drove through the
httniij they nttracted much nttcntlon
In fitslr gorgeous robes. After lunch
on the fair guests played bridge an
up-to-date game leading to a delight
ful experience. Those present were
Mrs Walter Schultz, the guest of
honor. Mrs. ICrnest Ross and tho MIbscs
Dunham. Neuman, Illx. Alice Macfar
lin? Helon Alcxnnder. Helen Kitchen,
Kthol Wntcrhousc, Alice Jones, Hist
Si haefer nnd Mrs. Arthur Wilder.
Mr. Hell, ot the Moana hotel, dined
sixteen of his ft lends on Wedncsdnj
evening Tho menu was an elaborate
one aad the table was much admins'.
Tho dinner guests giently appreciated
the quintet club and encored them sev
eral times Mr, Hell has been nt the
Volcano during the week
On Wednesday evening Mr. Des
mond eutei tnlned live nt dinner tit the
Moana hotel. Mr Desmond Is u new
comur, but n very popular one.
Mlsj Genevieve Rlv. has gone to
Spreckelsvlllu to visit Mr und Mrt,
Frank Baldwin, to whom she Is relat
ed Kiss Illx Is veiy much udmlicd not
only for her beauty hut for her trults
Mr. Chester W, Rosekrnns, the pop.
uler Oakland church singer, possesses
a beautiful tenor voice. He Is n great
no-lal favorite In California und the
prett girls In Oaklund so n little bird
told rae am "crazy over him ' Helms
mat!) letters of Intiodtictlon
Mra James Castle expects her broth
er aol slsler next week from Massu
cbuscits Mr and Mis, Dow ling are at the Ha
k -k -k
MIrs Iidy Mncfarlane, who has been
away from Honolulu for so long, U
greatlj missed Her charming person
ality Is ulways a valuable addition lo
the social life.
Miss Nora Sturgeon entertained a
number of friends at tea on Friday In
honor of Miss Dlsa Waterhouse. Among
lh03e piesent were Misses Marion Wat
erhouse. Helen Kimball, T Neumann,
Alice Jones, Irene I'lslier, Elsa Schaef-
er, Cordle Wnlker, Lucille Dunham,
Nelllo Alexander, May Schweitzer,
llnrtwell, Lama lauken, Ilurnell, Ilob
crtson nnd Mrs. Illcc of Knual.
Dx-Oovcrnor Cleghorn's Utile teas
nt Alnahau nro very popular. Mr. Cleg
horn has a charming way with him
and his guests much appreciate his hos
pitality. Mr. and Mrs. Ilajmond de II, Lay
nrd, Dr. and Mrs. Humphrls, Judge and
Mrs. Stanley, Captain Sayce and Dr.
Iraln nro driving around the Island to
day, providing the weather Is favor
nblcl. These trips aro delightful and
arc often Indulged In by the Islanders
aa well as strangers,
Mrs. Helen Noonan gave a delightful
pol luncheon on Saturday last. Her
gunsts were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hen
fcon, Mrs. Harvey Taylor nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Holloway A pol luncheon In
volves more tlmo nnd trouble than nny
other form of entertainment and Mrs.
Noonan always gives perfect ones.
10 if IKE 10
Tho Dulletin finds It necessary
to establish a now rule In con-
ncctlon with tho automobile con-
tost, to-wlt: -t
ft change In the delivery of
paper from the person now re- 4
cclvlng It to another of the same
family cannot be accepted as a
new subscriber, nor will an -add I.
tlonal paper sent to a person al-
ready receiving the paper be ac-
cepted as a new subscriber.
Tho Dutyctln has, been very
careful that there shall be abso-
Into fair piny In dealing with the
contestants. It must nlso see
Hint tho contestants nro cqunlly
straightforward In their relations
with tho paper. Tho matter Is
brought early to tho'nttcntlon of
tho mnny people Jntercsted In
order thnt there may bo no mis-
undorstnndlng as to what con-
stlliites a new subscriber.
AUTO STANDING MARCH 15
Admiral Geo. C, Beckley.. ..121893
3t. Louis College Alumni Asso
Judge A. N, Kepolkal 35521
Co. D, N. G. H Hllo 66463
Diamond Head Athletic Club.. 23867
Llhue Kegel Club 2S134
, Mrs. Lucy Wright, Walmea, Ka-
Leo Lorrillard Cummins 13314
'Aala Club 11376
,Thos. C. White, Kealakekua .. 9987
D. K. Watson 9071
, Mrs. C. L. Dlekerson 8723
Jas. L. Frlel (Mauna Loa).... 8495
iMIii Hannah Sheldon, Llhue.. 7836
'J. D. McVeigh 7375
Jas. Kula, Kauai 5870
1 8. K. Kamaloplll 3628
Tommy Kearnj 2219
I Geo. H. Dunn, Lahalna 1539
J. de Draga, Kauai 1500
Louis H. Miranda 1233
Chester Irwin 1209
Kalmukl, Walalae, Palolo Impvt.
A. M. Souza 1201
Miss Lucy Kaukau (Lahalna).. 886
Jcli n.spiso (Llhue Store; .... 805
Hi D. JJe 709
P. N. Kahnkuoluna (Pala, Maul) 800
Sam Chong 695
J. Rodrlrjties 377
Court Camoes. A. O. F 158
August Martin, 89; M. Ootellho, 62;
Honolulu Athletic Club, 45; C. E. Pe
terson, 29; Geo. Cachleoputos, 22; Miss
May Qonsalves, 20; Chang D. Yen, 11;
Henry Hogan, 15; Jerry Burnlngha'
10i M. Olevlero, 10; Capt. Gregory, 7;
Mies Edna Akau, 17; C. A. Sam, 23;
Mlts Eva McLean, 7; Chief Thurston,
6; Frank Doyer, 6; Manl. Munlz, 9;
Aug, Gomez, 4; Geo. Chronls, 4; Rex
Hllrhcock, 9; Miss H. M. Machado, 1;
Gro. Porflrlo, 1; Mary Cafa, 1; Miss
Molllo Alolau, 10: Henry O. Rvan. 1:
.John Kealoha, 8; Burnette Brown, 1;
Jockey McAullffe, 1; Angellne Sllva,
1; Joe Medelros, 6; Geo. Bruns, 3;
Kang Simpson, 3; Miss Kate Wood-
waro, 5; Mrs. M. M, Machado, f; Mrs.
A. O. Rosa, 1; Mary Gouvela, 1; A.
Fcrrandez, 4; Miss Kate Farrell, 1;
Adeline Medelros. 1: A. I. Sllva. 1:
Alrra Nelson, 1; Aug. Gomes, 1; Hufda
(Johnson, 1; Pacific Barber Shop, 1;
ILusltana Dancing Club, I; John Jo
slah, 1; Miss Mae Weir, 1; Miss M. H.
Lemon, 1; Miss Phllomena Perry, 1;
rriiz van uer Leine (Koloa), 1; Mist
Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hlng, 2
Hllo Band, 1; V. Jacobsen, 1;
E. S. Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn. 3: Jots
J. Roka, 1; Miss Alice Weight, 1; C.
,8ulllvan, 1; Caesar Gomez. 1; H. T.
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1; Edith Tuck,
1 Manl. Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 3;
Mlsi M. A. Larson, 1; Dr. S. Jaeger, 1;
iGertrudo MeCann, 6; J, P. Scully,
ii naipn iann, n; h. Sil
ver, 3; 8. A. Deel, Ewa, 3; J. H.
Kabn, 2; J. A. L. De Fries, 2; May
Gussefeld, 2; Kohala Club, 2; I. s.
Dillingham, Jr., 3J Wm. Tim Ke, 2;
Aug. Gomes, 2; Emit Llnderman, Ko
loa, 2; Chinese Athletic Club, 7; Carl
ncipsr, c; n. n. Hitchcock, 2; BUI
V. Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
Mrs. Jas. Dougherty, 6; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mac
jfarlane, 2; C. Louis, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
Fritz Fredenberg, 1; H. A. Franton,
2; Louis S. Alves, 1; Joe Vagras, 1;
M. T. Marshall, 1; Wm. Medelro. 1; J.
M. Perry. 1;F.W. Klebahn, 1; J. D. Mo
lnerny, 1; Prof. O. Malkai, 1; W. T.
8ehrr,ldt, 1; Malle Athletic Club, 1;
Mrs. J. E. Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenberg, 1;
Keokl Isenberg, 1; H. 8. Ward, 1;
jMlit Kalai Walau, 1; Louis Freltas, 1;
nerm. nugo, i; Rosellne Stone, 1;
Louis Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 1; B.
M. Dumner, 1; Harry 8. Gray, 1; J.
P. Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
8lats Hellbron, 1; Ernest Munlz, 1;
Manuel Munlz, 1; Walter Dillingham.
I; Lum Chlng, 1; R, A. Lucas, 1; John
Perrlardo, 1. Scattering, 2034.
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