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EVKN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. !1 . SATtTttHAY. 8E!T. 15, 1000.
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I licllcvc the new army station nl
Moaiialttn will be ready for occupancy
about December first, nnd Major Van
Vllct ling nlrcaily nlnnutil golf links,
tennis couits and swimming pools. An
ull-ioiind ntliletc like the linudsclino
iiihI popular cummamler of the army
Btatlon wunlil certainly pay great at
tention to such detalli! and tliey urn'
lucky Indeed to lmc lilm nt this crit
ical time. Tlietc will be n large h.ill
iooiii, and hops once n week nt lean1.,
and n special orchestra. As the camp
Is easily accessible by cars they will
not be no shut In as they aio at the
present time. And the bungalows and
punters are npaclous and sightly. The
beautiful mountains on one ride ami
the aBt expanse of ocean dlicctly In
flout make one of the most gluiious
views of the Islands. Tor the special
benefit 'of thu new nrrhnls at Camp
McKlnlcy and the navy, the visiting
days of the dllleicnt district r.ro glv
cu: Monday Mano.t Heights, College
Hills, Wilder Avenue, Hastings street
and alt side sticcts leading fiom Hatt.
lugs to Wilder acnuc, Including Col
lege, Mnklkl, J'llkol. Kcwntu, Kce.iu
moku, Anapunl, and runahou, Tucs
day Camp McKlnlcy, Walklkl, Moana
and Seaside Ilctcls. Wednesday Nuti
anu avenue nnd Directs on clllier elite.
Including l.llll.u; beyond the bridge,
llrst anil third; second and fourth be
low, Thursdays Tho l'lnlns, Includ
ing Thurston avenue, l'ensacola, Lu
nalllo, and King sticcts, Ucretanla
incline, nnd side streets from King to
llcrctaula and above Lunnlllu. Friday
Town day, Including Kmuin slieet,
Alexander Young nnd Hawaiian hutvpi
and nil persons IMug directly In town.
Baltirday Kulllil and side sticnts. Oil
Saturday thu Hon, S. M. Damon tun
usually he found nt .Moanalua dispens
ing hospitality In his agreeable fash
ion, and on Tuesday ox-Uovcnior Cleg
liorn receives at Alnaliaii. l'unnhoti
Collego day Is uu Friday. .Mrs. Gwrgo
Caller, tho Governor's wife, will re
cehe at Judd oticcl on the Hint Wed
nesday of each month, beginning In
Mr. und Mrs. Alexander Scott havei
taken oiio of tlm lluetaco bungalows' Scercluiy of the Territory Jack At
on KnplolanI street, which they ex- Unson sailed on tho China this week
pect to occupy for u moiilli only, us .Mr. fur the Coast on a two months' leave
Seott will then go to Maul as lie ha of absence, lie held a icgulur rccep
bceu commissioned to paint several on on tho wharf and ho was luMslily
plctuics of Jluui scenery, Mrs. Smll bedecked with lels. Ho looked Hinlllug
wjjt accompany him. nn, happy at the prospect of it vum-
The card patty und! supper given by,
Miss Conslnnco ltctturlck In honor of Miss Mnrlon Sterling of Oakland-
.miss i.uwariis, last week was n very
luiii iiuuir. nuiuiig mo gnosis weiu toi, jir- "Tools" Cunhii were liiur
Mlsi.es I. nda nnd Klsa Schacfer, Jun- tied at St. l-'raiiiln ilu Sales chinch on
line Aiuiaiinuiin. Virginia .MncMn-
.-, iuik .i. .u.iiiKu .un.uiiuiei, nine
llcdcinaiin, Itcniile Cation, Mcwirs
Jim Kennedy, Ciir7on Usbornc, Eil-
mud Hedcm.inn. Hall. Cieursu Iseu-
berg, Allison Jordan, llaiold Ullfurd
ami uusiav H.iiiacfer.
The engngemcut of Miss Kllzabclh
King, of Vletoila, und Mr. Jiiuiei
l.'oekhurii Is umiuiiiiccd. .Miss King
und her nlxlcr, Miss Adelaide King
have been guesls of Iho Usbonnis ..I
" J'iit) Uertory' for several niuulhs and
tliey have both been much admired
The .Misses King tall for Victoria ncU
Mrs. Mary Uunn, who has been In
Europe for toterul inoutlm with Mlts
.Margaicl Walker, icturned to Ilono
lulu last week. 1'pon returning lo
America sho visited tho Launianu nl
1'ort Hmou, Mich., us well ns bet
daughter. lMun Guiin, In lloston. Mrs.
Guiiii Is looking ipiltc like her charm
ing belf, her health being much Im
proved. Sho la (pending it few duys
wiin ma ejiiiiiiru KimiKiiis. vvno nro nil
Mrs. Ilny' cottugo near tho I'uli for
h few mouths.
Mrs. Harvey .Munay, looking aa lovo -
ly us over, und Dr. Muriuy wero the
illuiicr gucbts of Mr. Georgo Illlu at
the Moaua hotel on Sunday last.
Mrs. Dora vou Temimky lias been
much entertained during her bojourn
In lloiiolulii. Shu owns one uf thu
lineal riiuches on Maul mid Is it not
nblu examplo of what a woman can do
Mrs. Allio Hastings has lukcu u eot-
tago at Mrs. Kllzabctli I'leeth's. All
her friends mo glad lo ree her looking
to well mid liniulsonic.
Mrs, .Tninos Castle and Mrs. May
Tenney expect to spend tome limn nt
h , the putty ramping bungalow
of Hie Castles Their Tantalus plnci;
la Hearing completion und they expect
In derive full pleasure fiom It.
Mr. and Mis. Unman l'ticku mid
.Mm mm ri'iimaun are expected in
Mr. and Mr. Hairy Lewis have ri
turned trom Tantalus, vvlint- they oi,
cupled mm of the Uenberg biiiigulnwi
tor a few weeks. .
Gtivernor mid Mr, Oeorgo Carter
are nt Judd htic-ft utftr a pleasant vi -
cation at Uio beach. They purchased
Mrs. Wauls piopcrty nnd will elect
ft new hoiibe, which will muko u valti
able addition lo that pait of the ocean
Dr. Clifford High has purchased a
Miluuhlo pleeo of pioperty near tlm!
HnlTmiiii idaeo on Llllhn street. Tho lleluus supper was served after the
neatness of tho Country Club wiitlgame. Among those present were
piove u gieut attraction to many In Governor and Mrs. George Carter, Mr
thiil part of the town. Tho Highs will nnd Mrs. Hlnckmnn, Mrs. rruncls
erect an artistic, bungalow of stone and
- Rev. John Ubborno and Mrs. L'sboin
L- r'tiiimiiMMiim&'mito, rtft--r'A'' -
lire nt "Tho Ilcctory," They havo
been sjcndlng a few weeks nt their
artistic bungalow at "The Cliffs."
The C. W. C. Decrlngs lmc final!
decided to part with three of their
thoiottghbrcd .Inpaueso puppies. They
are perfect specimens nnd look llkci
rnowhalls, and brighter or more net he
llltlc cicatitrci would be hard to find.
Very few realize tho value oMIicte toy
dogs, to Mr. Peering hns put t lie price
down to seventy-live dollars, which li
half the usual figure In other countries
"Ukl" and "To)o," the father ami
mot her, nre prlje dogs nnd nie well
known not only by Mr. nnd Mrs. Deer
Inn's friends, but by dog fanciers m
being unusually fine specimens,
Miss Nannie Winston Is expected to
arrive in Honolulu In n few weeks. She
has been spending some time at the
Winston country place In Vligluln.
The dinner which Mr. James Circle
burn gnvo on Wednesday evening
honor of his flnuccc, Miss King, nt the
btingnlow where tho Stotrh boys nre
domiciled, was n most delightful af
fair! The table was set for eleven, and
red carnations nnd maidenhair ferns
made u pretty effect. The guc3ts wero
Dr. and Mrs. K. 11. Ilumphrls, Miss
.May Doman, Miss Adelaide King,
Messrs. Divid Anderson, Jamlcsun,
Watson, MacKinnon. Curzon Usborue,
who Is cugnged to Miss Adelaide King,
nnd the guest of honor. Miss Kllzubctn
Among the most Interc3tlng guests
at the Moaua hotel Is Major llliuelt.
of the llrltlsh Army. He is tail, hand
tome and mitih travelled, nnd he is
on Intimate friend of Lord Kltrheuer.
Mr. and Mrs. ltnymoud dc I). Lay
nrd and family have icturiicd from
Halelwn, where they hao been spend
ing n moat agreeable four weeks. They
rpcjk In the highest terms of thu man
nKemciiL Mrs. I.avaid will Leulu to
I receive In October on her ti'iiat Thurj-
prominent belle iiiiioiik thu .vounger
August 23th. 11 was strictly n prlvnto
wedding, only Hie Imiuedlalu family
being pioscnt. .Mr. und Mrs. Cunha
will make their home In California
ns the groum Is engaged In uurinw
Mr. Georgu II. MeClellau was n pas.
scnger for the Malnlund In thu Ala
A pretty luncheon was given on
Wednesday for Miss Waterman, it sis
ter of Mr. Kuill Watcrmaii, by Mrs.
Helen Noouan. Thu table was beau
tifully delimited with pink carnation.)
and maidenhair ferns, nnd tho favors
wero pink tlovier funs. Thoio present
wero Mr. Chnili'S Wilder, Mrs. Klu
balm, Mrs, Kdward Tenney, Mlsiey
Cordelia Walker, Iimgurd and IHk.i
.Mis. II. Alexander Ueubcrg will sail
from Yokohama October L'nd for Ho
nolulu. Mrs. Isenberg, Miss Dulsen-
berg und tho two Isenberg children
have been summering in Japan
A pretty little card party was given
, by Mrs. Schwartz on Friday afternoon.
Iho lit bt prize, a largo bottle of scent
was won by Mrs. James Doiigheity, ami
MlJB Mubcl won tho tho conization
prize. Among the guests weio Mil.
Waterman, Mrs. High, MUs Marx, Mlsi
Waterman, .Mrs. Dougherty, Ma.
It Is rumored that Mr. lleirmauii,
who wns u guett nt tho Moaua hotel for
,11 few clnvs. wus one of tho Geimuii
Grand Dukes. Whether this wns lo
or nut, ho was certainly one of the
most cultivated men Honolulu has
seen for many n long day and Hint In
Itself Is o.ulto distinction enough.
Col. George Mnrfiirlnuo arrived In
town this week from San Praiuls. i.
.Col. Mucfurliuiei has ulwuya been puh-
He Fplilted. but thu cool und coulioit-
nhlo teats which lie caused to be eiea
led Just outside his gates, under the
shadow of n largo Ireo, Is In Itielf
enough to make him very popular with
"The Iteclory" last evening w.u the
scene of it lirgo mid moat usrecuhle
Inldgo patty, thei Uev. Mr. Ushornemul
Mia L'tboiuo entertainlr.t in honor of
their gueMg. tlm Mlseca King, trom
Vlrtoiln. wliiK-in depaittiie nftxt Wed-
nesdsy Is so much regretted. "The
'Hectory" was mtUtlrally dernriilcil
with Mexleiin creeper und ferns nnd
Mrs. Usburim received her guests In
the drn wing-room, assisted by .Mini
Lydo and Adelaide King, Mr. Curzon
Usborun greeted tho guests at the door.
The pilzos, fragrant lels, wero won by
Mrs lloltomley. MIes Adelaide King,
Messrs. Waldrou and Dei by
Hwnnry, Mrs r. H. Ilumphrls, Mr, ond
Mrs, Hotlomney, Mr. and Mrs. J.ewton
rtrata, Miss Oilcan, Mr. mid Mis
Dabbltt, tho Mlti.cs Sopci, Mlt Madgo
McCandlcss. Mrs. Alexander Scott. Mr.
and .Mrs. A. (J. llanos, Jr., Misses
Spalding, Mr. and Mrs. James Dough
erty, Messrs. Sinclair, Del by. MacKin
non, Walton, .Jntnlcsnii, David Ander
son, Corkburn, Soncr.
The younger set liao been enjoying
themselves this week. Among oilier
nmuscments the card party given by
MlasOT Cordelia Ullmau on Tuesday
was n charming affair. Miss Irma Hal
tentyne won the first prize, a clol;ono
vnce. On Wednesday .Miss Dorothy
True ciilcttilncd nt cauls nnd n pic
ture was won by Mlso Jesslci Kennedy
for tlm first prize. At Miss Alice Spald
ing's pedio 1)31 ty on Thursday Miss
Violet Atherton carried nway a cut
glass and silver bottle ns n tiophy.
Theie nre nbotlt twenty of the )oung
people going on n riding parly today
over the fall.
On Wednciday evening Mr. and Mrs.
John lludolf Slatlery entertained nt
dinner in honor of Mr, ilo Knight nnd
Mr. nnd Mrs. IMwurd Wnlsoii. Anil
on Tuesday night Mr. de Knight gave
.1 dinner nl the Alexander Young for
the Slatlerys nnd Watsons.
"Ship Ahoy." nhlih wns piescutrd
on Thursday evening al the Opera
Hou?c, proved nu Instant success. The
rnlchy music, prclt women and soIim
gave satisfaction from the llrst ad
until the lat The chorines were es
pecially well drilled, and Mr. J. Hast
ings I lowland did remarkably well
and got the sympathy of the audience
from the beginning. Mrs. S. Noar,
Mrs. P. J. Hare, Mioses IMIth Ileswlck
and Mtmhrcy were very good und Mr.
William Welch was also a favorite
I'ik) seldom do we have n chance to tie
our local talent and I hey can alvwijs.
lie nssuied of u full house. Tonight
there will he a largo turnout nnd great
enthusiasm, whether tho M) riles win
or not, for they nre true sports. The j
east, etc., Is as follows:
Commodore Columbus Cook (com
manding U. H. H. Cucl.on)
,.. Mr. J. II. Howlnnd
Colonel Mnpteson Mulherrl (mana
ger of tho Oriole Opern Co.)
Mr. Wm. I,. Welsh
I.leut. Lollypop (exeeutlvo oDlccr of
the Cuckoo) Mr, I'hlllp U. Hall
Dnrnncle Duff (master at nrms)..,.
Mr. W. H. Kerr
Simpson Christy (master of proper-
ties) Air, C. Schwartz
i:nslgu Toddle (A Sweet Young
Thing fiom Annapolis)
Mr. Clarence Waterman
Mite. Aliuriil Hrnunl (nu American
prima dona) Mr. V. J, Hare
Mllo. Georgia t'nrollnl (fiom the
Grind Opera House, Paris (Ky,)..
Miss i:. I". Mow bray
Mine. I.illil l.alla (it disappointed
,-tr .'-&M -a..aa.
muslenl genius) Mrs. S. Noar
Iliuneltn (ono of the "Merry")..,.
Miss I. Ileswlck
Mis. Columbus Cook (n deserted
wife) .Mrs. Mnrgaiet Howard
Ladles of the ballet: Seamen of the
Cuckoo; Marines; the Cook Coterie,
etc.; Naval Cadets.
Ladles of the Churns Mlis J. H.
Mneauluy, Miss V.. M. llalley, Miss
A. S. Green. Miss A. L. Macaulay,
MIssM. i:. Llshinan Miss M. Stolder.
Miss K. I.yle, .Ulss N MeUnln, Miss
Knnn.i IloKC, Miss It. Wnhlron, Miss
D. Llshmnn, Mrs. Alapal, .Miss Annie
(lentlcinen of the Chorus L. II. Un
derwood. W. I). Il.li lo. II. V. Davl
Mill, John Hills, II. II. llalley. W. II.
Sopcr, J. A. I.egros. A. II. .My lire, H.
Ilaro. L. J. Uiiido. i:. Williams. J. C.
Anderson, L. (1. Workman. M. 11. I'er-
ty, C. i:. iMnnmii, .mi. ciniit.
Stage under Use dim Hon of W. I).
ruder the dliectlon .f .Mr. It. It
Hit Violins Mr. ltolert (lordohii,
Mr. ICnlper TnlleL
2nd Violin Mr. I'. W. McDaulel.
1st Cornet .Mr. (I. J. HoUse.
Sod Cornet Mr. H. U Kruss.
Clarionet Mr. II. Chadwlik.
riuc-Mr. Clins. S. Deiky.
Oboe Dr. I. K. I'rear.
Viola Mr. II. It. Tuck.
CVIIo Dr. Carl Itamiis.
Cello Mr. W. IJcakbiiie.
Double Pass .Mr. O. It. Williams.
Accompanist Mist AlKe nice.
The patronesses arc I'rlneess Ka
vvnnnnnkon, Mrs. Samuel Parker, Mrs.
Andrew Puller, Mrs. II. D. Tenney.
.Mrs. P. A. Sch.tcfer, Mrs lloberl Low
ers. Mrs. J. II. Sopcr. Mm T. J. King.
Mrs. Anna S. I'arkc, yro A G. llawes.
Jr., Mis. W. W. HtinK Mis. A. K.
Wall. Mrs. I-'. II. Hiimiihrls. Mrs
Oeorgo 11. Carter, Mis Nonnnn. Mrt.
U. do II. Liy.inl, Mis r .. Crabbe.
Mrs. C. T. Wilder. Mrs H. W. Jtirdun,
Mis. I-:. A. Mott-Smlth.
Tlie house was tlmpl puked. So
ciety was out In great force and Her
Majesty the Queen wa alio present
with a party.
Mr. nnd Mis. Alexander Young nie
at the oung Hotel. Mls llertli.t
Young will not return nut II later.
Mr. l'red II. Angus was given u din
ner nt the Moaua, Hotel on Saturday
evening in the private dining loon'
his days of hnchcleirdom being num
bered. There were 2J covers, und Hie
diners were in go-id spiilts und snld
Very pliasanl th'ugii of the groom-
elect, who Is ii great favorite. I.cl
wcru worn by all the guexts ami the
Moana quintet tluh furulshe.l music
Mr. Angus wilt soon be man led to Ml
CHOICEST TABLE FRUITS
' ALL GOLD "
note the choicest of their product
n the orchard the fruits urc graded
according: to size and quality, in the
cannery they are pitted and peeled,
then submitted to another grading:
process. For the "ALL GOLD "
brand only the very choicest uii
broken fruit is selected and packed
with the neatest cure. The "ALL
GOLD" label means that the fruit
within the cun is the very best that's
grown. It is the selected from
selected fruit all the other is also
sorted according to quality and pu'
up under different labels.
" ALL OOLP" 1m muIU by lumllii;; (jroccrs unci
T. H. Davies & CoYnpany9 Limited,
WHOLf RALE AOENTG
,Ji i,nfc ,, ,mii.ii
Home, who accompanied his mother
from the Coast In tho Korea. Sho Is
n charming girl and whlto vislilng
here with her father several yeirs ago
met Mr. Angin.
The hop at the Seaside Hotel thl.i
week Invc brought out n good hCt.
Among others were seen Dr. nnd Mrs.
Ilrtnkerhuf, Mr. nnd Mrs, Hnrry Muc
farlniie, Mrs. rnlrrhltd. Misses 1-aily.
Helen nnd Allen Mnefnrlane, Mrs. I'lecl
Macfnrlnnc, .Mr. nnd Mrs James Wil
der, Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry L'enfon, Miss
l-'iccmann. Mr. Georgo Illlss, Dr. and
Mrs. High. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dougherty
and tho army nnd navy folk. The flour
Is good In the ball-room, nnd the sea
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. G. Daufard have n
run, boi n He trmbcr 7th, at Walp.tliti.
The first decoration ever conferred
upon n Hebekah was given Sister Ida
Turner. I'ast (hand of I'ncltle Itc
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Want ate ex
petted In Honolulu on the Mongolia.
Mr. Ward Is vice president nnd genernl
manager of the Commercial I'nellle
Cable Company, nnd while here Mr.
und Mis. (lalms will see to the enter
tainment of the distinguished couple.
.It was Intended that the Itcslurcr go
out to meet them and take them on the
ship, but theie plans may he Inter
lcrcd with on account of the Man
churl;. Doubles. Mr. Ward has been
delimited many times mid I.iiowb neur
it all tho iiutliigttlfthcd people the
vvcrld over. Mrs Ward, a liando;:n-
mid delightful woman, will receive
great utlrnllou socially.
Sunday ns usual saw many gay din
ners rt the Moan a hotel. .Iudj;c and
Mrs, Slack oi Sail rrnurlsco, wim me
enjoying thilr stay at the Mojua, wcru
among the guests nt little dlnnrrs. and
they have been entertaining extensive
ly. Mr. James Claike of Mil Is again
nt the Moana alter two weeks on the
cither Islands. Mr. Clarke icMtrus to
his home In the Maheno.
Mr. Holmes, of tho staff of the Mo
ana hotel, has Lecn ipilte 111 for n vveck
pist the guests ma nil suny lie I J
leaving so room
he llrldge rluli met wllh Mrs. alli
um ll.tllciityii'.' on Krldav last and Hie
pilzo was won by .Mrs. ltudolf Sltil-
Mis. J. 1). Hnrttes and two children
leave on the Mongolia for tho Co 1st.
'I hy will Join Mr. Hurries In Moscow,
Mr, and Mrs. Jnegcr are nt old Wnl
klkl pt tiding the building of their nc.v
hi.iue on Mal'.lkl street.
Tliiiisday (lili Inst ) ex-llov. Clef,
hoi u entertained at Aliiuhou for Mrs.
Van Vllct. Mrs. (I. I'nller. Mrs. ltussell.
wife of Major llussell, Mrs. lllaiiclmrd,
mid Miss lllanchoid. These teas are
alwayu popular, fur Mr. Cli'Hhorii Is u
The Illlo r.lliumi of Tuesday sajj
Mrs. I'hns A. Stublo gave an "nt
home" lal Widncid.iy nfternouii. Scii
lember S, In honor cf .Mrs. f,lls K. Km
lisli (lice Shliimaii). The hiiitvSk wim
tibl asslvted ill lecclvlug the gucrta
is the seul of qual
tine puckers to de
w... mutMA ifrV- fffctWir iinbntiiiiViflifi'r,tli!hitV"li'w4'''''
by Mrs. Wm. II. Shlpman, tlm mother
nf the bride, nnd Mrs. Chrlllan Can-1
Itndjck. Mrs. 1'rederlck V. Thriiin
end Mrs. Jarrclt T. Iwls, assisted by I
Iho Misses Shlpman and Miss Hull)
Guard, were In charge of the rcfirsh
inents. A very large number of ladie,
were present and the reception was a
most pleasant nnd brilliant eociav
A rlnrmlng supper and card pait)
was given by Miss Constant e ltotai
Ick Monday week (.Irtl Inst.) in liohor
of .Miss IMmunds. The table wiih pnt
llly decorated, and among the guest
were Misses Linda and Hlsa haefei.
Justine MiClniiahnii. Virginia Mu Kin
ney, King (2). Madge MtCamliem
Alice Iledemann, Heiiiilc Cation.
Messrs. Kim Kennedy. Curzon I'-i-borne,
IMiiuind lledeuiann. Hall,
(irorgp Isenberg, Allison Jonlaii. Ilai
old GIITard mid Gitstnv Scliarlei
On Wednesday nfle'rnoon l.'.tli Insi i
cx-Gov. Clcghorn gavo a pretty tea
nt his beach bungalow In honor ol
Mlses Linda Schacfer nnd Miss Vir
ginia MncKinney. Among llio.-e pres
ent were Misses Klsa Sehnefer. Mad).,'
McCaudless, Alice Hedcinnnii, Con
stance ltcitarhn, IMmunds. .Mary M.i -farlane,
Muusarrat (2), Margery mid ,
Dorothy Krecth, Soj.er nnd Mri, ,
Mr. and Mis. Alexander Scott hi m
taken the bungalow formerly onupied
by Dr. mid Mis. William 1;. I a) lor c u
Kaplolanl street, for u muiitli. M,'-
,. Judd cxpeits to occupy her hoii'c
vacated by the Scots, on tho arrival ol
Mrs. George ltodlck and Miss Tlllle
Neiimnnn returned on the Alameda
They have been greatly inlsi-cd mi I
their friends cordially welcomed them.
Mrs. KlelinriUou entertained nt caul,
lor .Mrs. Dora von Temnsky on Thurs
day afternoon (Ctli Inst.) most agree
The ten given by Miss Dorothy Hart-
Well for Miss Linda Schacfer cm the!
iith instant was much enjoyed. The
liar l ell mansion is mi Ideal place lur
cnteitalnlng during these hot days, for
it Is tool, spat Ions and eomforialili.
Among tho guests wero Mrs. Hnlman
(ins- .Marlon Dillingham). MImcb Klsa
Schacfer, Linda Sehnefer. Virginia
Miu Kinney, Alice lleilrmauu, Kd
muuils mid tunny others.
Thu lirldgo ilnb met with Mia.
Jail," llawes Inst vviek I'rlilny
and Mrs. lludolf Slatlery carried on"
the llrst honors. Among those pre-
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Mrs. George Mnefarliiue. Mrs. IMnard
WuIkoii, Miss Anna I'arls, Mlvs Jeixie
I'orcimin. Miss Jersle Kuufmmi and
Mrs. Alexander Seott,
Sunday week nt the Mnniin saw
Its usual Complement of little dlnneia
gooil musle mid vJcellent menu. Mr.
George Illlss entertained for Dr. und
.Mrs. Harvey .Murray, Mrs. Muriny
looking us beautiful us over nfter her
,1-ovcio Illness .Mr. mid .Mrs. (. W.
I Ciso Deerlng had a pretty ll'tle dinner
parly al their usual corner table, nnd
then were many othcis, ()n Monday
evening u pretty dinner was given by
I or ctttlru?, drinking, one! cooking
I'uic, Delicious, Nutritious
RtOlttlAtD U. PAT. OMIO
UreaVfisI Cocoi. 12 tb. tint
DVtti Choc ol Ate (umwrrlcrirrj), 1 .2 lb. cakes
German Srrt Oiocohlf, 1-4 lb. calcci
I 5mk- liy I en1lnj Cfocrtn
WALTER BAKER & GO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
If I IIOIIIM AW AMDS I.N r.l'ltOPC
Mm. I'arkor. wife of Captain I'm koi
yr Vredenliurgh had Col. W. I'. KHi
er nt dinner in the same evet.lng nnd
in, Idtmlally lo tnljlt on matters ' dor
gj." Another agrecnblo addition to
the Moana Is Major May. who l cpulo
charmed with Honolulu and Hie Moana
In paitlciilnr Ho entertains Irfmls
nt dinner licailj every lilgbt and iiImi
much enjoys giving liilldnn's parties
and ", o'clock lens.
The Messrs Mines, who riturued to
Los AllgeU-s on the Siberia, gnve .t
faiewell dinner lo fellow Maiiehiirlmis
nt the Moaua. '1 he lolor si hem
was pink mill Hie shades of the
tllver candelabra mntrhed the tone of
tho decorations. The singing boys
wero especially enjoyed and were u
huge success, their selections being
much em ineil. After a o'eloek the en
tire party went to n native lunii. re
turning about 11.
Major lllevvett of the llrltlsh Army
Is thorough! cnjovliig his stay
a; tho Moana. The Major Is unusual
ly tall, handsome and unit li traveled.
Ills fnvoilte pastime Is trout fishing,
nt which he la nn adept. I'or jeara
he has been n fnvorltc of Iird Kitch
ener. Mr. mid Mrs. l-'ni !,e und Mrs Paul
Xeuinann nro expected to arrivo In
Honolulu In November.
Mrs,. 1 II. lliimphrlH, who has been
spending :t few days cm Tantalus, Is
c xpiTteil at tho Moana today.
Miss llrnves of l.os Angeles Is nt
the Moana wl'h a parly of friends,
who expect soon to go to tho Orient.
Among tlm other notables at tho
Moaua nre Mr. Kugene MtClellau
Isaac of the l'. S Navy mid Mr. Will-
It r Mllnnr-Kimiklln of the liilllppino
Coniiiahiilury. They are doing much
eutertnlnlng Their curio toilet lion Is
very choice and they have given nway
ticasuies In frleniht wlih an unspar
ing hand. Or nurse they nie popu
lar, mid deservedly to.
Mrs. ltussell. wife of Mnjor Hiissrll,
who mc gueslH nt tho Seaside, Is n
clever mill brilliant woman. Sho hns
nlicaily lieeomo n fnvorlle. Ilefoni
her marriage sho was Mlsu How nrd or
Washington. I). C. Major ltussell la
the Mm of Admiral ltussell.
Mrs. Mary (iiiiiu is islting Mrs. H.
II. Uimiuin at 1'ort Union, Mich., for
it few du)s.
1 tu 1 lot I tut of the light bv rounds wilt
be I ci eh ed at tho Columbia Saloon
Illank bonks of nil sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by tho llulletln 1'ifu.
Not everyone who pretends to Uo de
veloping iltoulil be intrusted with
films that represent hard work in the
picture taking You ma have taken
infinite palna to have go?ri pietureu
and you certainly want good results.
At letiit, you want what you have taK.
en to bv properly developed. Then
how can you espect to get careful nnd
Intelligent work unlets tho films are
taken to opeclallats.
Wo employ several expert film and
plate developers and have recently
added to the number so as to handle
our orders promptly.
You can depend on our work to bs
Honolulu Photo Supply Co,,
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