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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOMJUJ. T II., SATUIIDAY, JAN. 18, 1908.
F, Ql AT, P. Beginning
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Values that cannot be duplicated at the present mar
At $1.50 extra quality, full size, a variety of pat
terns to select from.
At $1.75 extra heavy, full size, new patterns.
At 52.00 and S2.25, exceptionally good values, full
size, Marseilles designs.
At $2.50 upw., white Ma-sci!!es bedspreads.
Marseilles bedspreads scalloped all around with cor
ners to fit brass beds; something new
Bed Spreads, for tingle beds, cduect size, extra qual
ity, 51.25 each.
Crib Bed Spreads
Regulation size, citra nice quality, J.25 each.
PnEPItTIONS for the Unl-
ver'slty Clulbal. arc going
verslty Club ball are going
steadily on In t lie hniulR of
the competent committee.
Everything which Unit;, taste, mid
money can device will bo utilized for
the success of the occasion.
There aro to bo many striking new
toilettes, so I am told by three of the
lending modistes, and many of the
Maul net arc to be here for the occa
sion, adding greatly to the eclat of
Tho dinner which Doctor nnd Mrs.
r. II. Humphrls gave at the Moulin
Hotel on Sunday evening was a most
successful one The table, artistical
ly decorated with whlto lilies nnd
branches of the Mexican creeper, war
much admhed. Tiny lose-colorod
candles cant a becoming glow oor
the lablo Among those piebcnt woie
Doctor and Mrs. Huny Muriay, Miss
Moncrioff, Miss Nancy Winston, Mi
Cooper Clarke, Mr. N. S. Riley, Mr
"Jack" Atkinson. Mr. Cooper Clarke,
who has been n guost at tho Seaside
Hotel for several wooks, sailed for
the Coast on Tuesday. Mr. Hlle
has gone 10 tho Volcano for it week.
ii mi Miss Moncrleff departs on the
Of interest t the following noi
the New York Times
WASHINGTON, D. C. .Inn. 1.
Promptly at 11 o'clock this morning
four buglers from tho Marine Hand
sounded the call announcing that the
President was ready to receive the
people of tho I'nlled States, and as
the baud Itrolt broke Into the Stir
ling strains of "The Star-Spangled
llanner" President ltoosuvelt, escort
ed bv bis Cabinet, came down the
, Krnnd stulrway of the White Hounc.
Three minutes lutpr the President
was shaking hands with members of
the Diplomatic Corps and the oflcl.il
teason In Washington was ofllrlally
opened. The reieptlon lasted throo
iiuurt,, during which I'icsldcnt Hods
evelt shook hands with DC in persons,
Mrs. Roosevelt looked particularly
well today In h gown of olcctric bluo
silk voile, garnished with white and
gold lace She tarried n largo clu-
ter of lilies of Hie vulley. Mrs. Roots-!
cvelt shook hands wltn tho olllulal
cullers, but not with tho public. Con
trary to her pluns of last year, Mrs".
Koosevelt remained in tho Ulue Room
until the lust person, had shaken
hands with the President, hut she
was plainly fatigued before tno recep
tion was over, und hurrlod to tho
State dining-room ut tho earliest
possible moment. Mrs. Fairbanks,
whose own reception began thorlly
after noon, and Mis. Hoot, wife of
the Secretary of State, who guvo tho
usual breakfast In honor of tho Dip
lomatic Corps at 1 o'clock left tho,
White House early.
Mrs. I.ongworth, daughter of tho
President, hold an Impromptu recep
tion In tho Illuo Hoom. Today was
tho first public appearance of Mrs.
Longworth since her recent opera
tion, and she was kept busy receiv
ing the greetings of her father's
fiuests. Mrs. Longworth iocs not
look well, but she remained In the
Illuo Room throughout tho reception
She woro a modish gown of soft
gray en tin. Miss Roosovolt, tho
jounger daughter of tho President,
held court In tho East Itoom with
Hiss Cornelia Landon of Now Yoik,
.ssTTrowwrngiB?gtr3;g3 - a
vl' Cil,np ,0 Washington with Miss
,"" - ", ""'"J " J
Miss Roosevelt wore a gown of
white libel ty Bilk idled In net. The
only member of the family who was
not present at the reception today
was Quentln, the buby of the family,
who spent the day out of town.
Not the least Interesting part of
the reception was that given by tho
general public. Neer was thero n
more dcmociatlc crowd gathered
than that which came to the White
House today by public Invitation.
Hero there was a beautifully gowned
woman, and Just behind her several
little bovs or girls dressed In the gaib
of the poorer class. Sometimes there
passed a little fellow w ith a" pair or
roller skates thrown over his bhoul
der, nnd again there would bo a wo
man rallying u baby in her arms,
.probably with tho Idea of allowing
tlio voupgster to bo able to say fifty
veura or moro from now that lie
hook tho hand of Pies.dent Itooso
clt. 1 lie President took occasion in his
New Year a greeting to Dr. Starr,
who has just celebrated bis 100th
blithday annhersarj, to congratu
late the veteran member of tho Old
ibt Inhabitants' Association of the
Ulstrlct of Columbia, nnd wish him
many returns of the day.
' You, sir, have scon the giowth of
this Itepulillc," nulil tho Piraldent,
as he recognized Dr. Stair, and e
cullod hh picvlous New Year's visits.
Dr. Starr inudo an earnest repl,
whereupon the Piesldent remnikod.
"Any word from ou, -sir, will re
ceive Instant consldoiatlon."
i ne lust person in tlio lino, a
newspaperman, asked the President
11 lie war. tired.
"Not a bit," he replied, lnughlng
Just thou Chief Usher Slone Informed
trie Pitbldunt that he had shaken
Hand, ,i;i, times, lie; mid another
laugh, tho Prcslikut made no answer.
Tor Mrs. Shepherd
One of the invtty luminous of ibo
week was given b Mrs M Plilllipa
lit licr residence in Kuwulo street on
Wednesday In honor of Mrs. Shop-li'-rd.
Ihu mothorlif Mrs flrossmnn In
tin. enter of the table iipuiLil u hub
I'd tilled with Hawaiian rinlti, and
I rlbbon'i extending to the chaiidelli
were outlined with maidenhair. Tm
linnd painted plHco cards were omihI
site with vieB of lluwuiiau scmiei)
Hiidge was plnjod tlnoughntit tho uf
tu noon and Princess Kawnnanako.1
aad Mrs. Knill Wuteiuiun won tlu
I ni.. skiirm-H uf llaualliin fruit In
iiutuial ioIoih Those piesent weio
Mrs 3 Paikcr. Mrs Arthur Ilerg, Mrn
Trunk HIchiiKlsoii, Mis Tied Hinuli,
.Uis Munu Muirn. Mrs i:mll Wat
erman, Miss Iiiiiganl Srhaufur.
Tho obscrvunco of Pioldcnt Mc
Klnloy's anniversary, January 20th, nt
tho Muikct Place, will be Quito an Ini-
1 ortant) affair. Leave was granted tlio
Kllohnnn Art Leaguo by tho Superln'
(endent of Public Work In a lcttor to
tho chairman of tho City Improvement
Clrclo, Mrs. v M. Graham. Sho Is
most enthusiastic regarding the event,
and Is doing everything In her power
to Interest tho friends of tho Art
I.cnguo and the public generally. Pre
Wont McKinley wns In touch with the
plain people" Ho realized, llko tho
great Lincoln before him, tholr groat
power, and unhesitatingly relied upon
thorn. He was essentially a man of
Mm Cloth LnJ"K ?a preUy co,orinfe at 6 yds-for $i
isAvill I IdllllCB beautiful patterns and
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Lt
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets.
,-3'f w a
tho people, possessing an liuiiieiifcol yi it jr T
? of tact. high principle gr eat KjOVemOr And MrS. V XZZX
tho people, possessing an Immense
amount of tact, high principle, great
skill In debate, personal magnetism,
galluntr), kindness oven to rashness,
and ho gave the people exactly what
vvub needed at tho time. A great dlis
lomat, ho was able to make others see
with his eyes. A man of noble Ideals
and unselfish alms. Ho mado a Gov
ernor It rare sagacity and a successful'
President. Tho anniversary on tlic
20th will bring out nn enthusiastic
following of this much admired Amer
ican. Tuesday Moana Hop
mo nop at mo moana Hotel on
Tuesday ovcnlng In honor of tho Four
teenth Infantry drew out a largo gath
tring of people Tho Infantry band
plnjed under tho halt trees during
dinner and tho dining room tabli'i
were tilled with ga llti! i partksof
transport friend- and mwis people
Anion-' ihoso puteriultilni! were Mist'
Moil-ilef whose tabl. d eolations of
grace-lull twisted jcllon illtbo.i on
twl.'ud In a vnbi of vvl hi nnil )cllov
irargiie lies, was most fe(tive; Miss
Nunc Winston, Mr nnd .Mrs Ilichel
doi The hop was held in the dining
loom and Kaal's uitlustiu In tho gal
luiy pluvediinill a late hour. Tlicie
wire mauy rett women present nnd
dimming toilettes Miss Oluibteud
and Miss Jordan, two pietty ghl
I mm the Seaside hotel, weie much ail
mired. The Mlsios Winston, sister.'
of Mrs New hall und eou.diiB nf Mis
Nam v Winston,, weie lnneli admired
Pretn Mrs Brooke danced to her
hoaits content, and attracted much
attention in her dainty vvhlto frock
Mills MoiicrlclT's tol.ciUi of black lace
and tinqtmlso blue wns most liocom
lug. Mrs. Kruv, from Port Shatter,
looked v-iy charming, nnd Mrs. Han
loll in a big pieiure hat and bcemiilng
dress, was ipilln chic. Mis. Simpson
a guest ut the Moana, wore a hand
Minn toiktto ot biocado mil rich litre
und Mrr. lluniphils was in white mill.
i iiiliioldeiuil In iutil.lt uliuli ferns in
ihelr natural color. Mrs. Uiliibaiini
looked distinguished. Mis George
ltolf, a pietty woman, wan beautiful!,
di eased. Mis Wudliam, u Btilkin?
vming vvouuiii from frrt Shatter. n
reived much attention, and Mrs Oln.
xtcud's lollitto was greatly ndmiriil
Miss Winston In black and while
PrliicesF. looked well. The lunal wut
guy with .little tablet throughout the
mi lug mid the lunal loading fnmi
the Uiuln-sroom alwu.vs occupied b
toti .. ten parties lt was u most sue-
( ssf ill dunce The Seaside hotel dl I
not get their usuul large folio v lug ow
lug to (he lulus and It w-us plucky it
the manttgot, Mr dUmtMo Join in the
Moaui levels, showing good under
.ilundllig with the muiugii, Mr
Mrs. Lewis' Luncheon
Mis. Hairy Lewis entertained at
luncheon on Thmsday at tho Cleghorn
beach place, In honor of tho PrlncesB
Kawanamikoa. Twelve guests en
circled tho tahlo, which was charm
ingly decoratod. A cue glass bowl held
yellow chrysanthemums, a bow of yel
low satin was placed amidst tho bios
Fomi, tho ends reaching across the
sides of tho table. Hoiiquets of vlolots
tied with violet ribbon woro at each
place, and the placo cards, painted by
ft friend, wero dainty creations
In mauve. Mrs, Lewis woro a dolt
cato mauvo mull with real Val. laco,
and tho guest of honor .looked beaut I
fill In a plcturo hat of white and black,
mauvo orchids being placed coquet-
sjjnjrtoSc Flannelettes, plaids,
dUIEtft lOe and 12
Ikf 1 iCiMMftl M k.
Governor and Mrs. Walter frear
are now occupvlng their now resi
dence built on tho samo lawn whero
their old cottngo stood for bo many
years. Tho grounds wero always
beautiful with their grand old trees
and flowering Bhrubs, and the now
"Arcadia," in pnio Colonial style, Is
simply n New England bouse which
has spread Its wings to tropic con
ditions. As ono enters the grounds tho pure
ttvlu of tliu wlilto Uructuie Is most
lmpresslvo. Slmpllclt, which ulwnjs
spell., taste, r.dgna supremo, and the
grusa tciraic on one aide of tho of hill and dalo mako a restful out
broad walk advancing to meet one, look for the eyes,
is ii quiet fpot of beauty as well as a ! Tho bedrooms are all dainty and
true sign uf tho hospitality which possess tho samo lest fill atmosphere
will always endear the Governor andilt Is ceitulnly n house of culture, of
his wife to the public and their lntl- rest, und of peace. That atmosphere
mato friends. Tho simple lines of pervades everything, and one feels
tho drawing-room are restful and on Intimate terms with tho host nnd
pleasing 3"ho commodious window t hostcs from the first moment of en
bfuU, low, lomfoi table thuiis, tho Icilng its pmtuis It Is also u home,
fireplace with brass andlions, tho a placo to live In, and tlio sympa
"l en iiiiino, the line plece'i of bih-a- ihetli natuiei of its oicupants are
Inn sl.iinni) nnd food picture. th lell ImmedlHtely. That Governor and
choke him on the lloor. and the yel- Mis I'ieii will be one with the pub-low-und-i
ream noto of the paper In In. und It-, n eds goes without saj lug,
onJtiiK Hon with tho cream wood , for they believe heart and soul In
work, all djsplay exquisite tnbto doing all In their power for tho gon
rombliied v. Ith tine artistic (tinccp-cr.il good of mankind,
tlon. J Governor Prc.ir will assist Mrs.
Theie Is a feeling of space and Kiear In receiving on Monday, to
comfort all over the bouse Nothing which function tho public, ns woll
Is over-done. Simplicity" Is tho key- i.d their Intimate friends, are cor
note. The feature of tho dining- dlnlly Invited.
Ilshlv nt the sldd Ipir eont, of v.'hltc
(1 IhIi I ii over u haiid-euiuiolilf ii I
linen froc vv.ib nju h .nluificil. Tie
nirsts p tdi brl lve nnd 'ho two
prUes, dulniv watei color. wie mil
liv Mis High' and Mis. M. l'liiil!,u
The Kiust-i Incllldoil Wis s Packet,
Mr. IliiinplirU, Mrs .Hui'ey Murray,
Mrs. 'C Iliov.it, Mrs. nrllibuiim Ms.
M. l'liillips Mrs. High, li. Haves,
Jr, iUm Nancy Winston.
t 1 fnlr, and no uieio mini need worry
Soles More to Town ' uboui frock rums uiul tall huts, it U
luclKo and Mrs Uulculll return to strletlv non-liivlinilonal, and tlie pub
tlieh liinum slKot. rosJdenoo noxt Ho will be always cordially welcomed
w ek nfur n ery pleasant thioo on any of In i "at home" days. An
moiilis at Aoutt Murine. Mrs. Dole' ouo may call who so feels Inclined and
will iiccomiitmy tho Indue to llllo.tl fancy In vvhal'l hear that nearlv
whuri ho will attend court, and Mis.'
Dole will spend the tlmo at the vol -
finhv Hoihp. MrB. Dolu oy the vvav.
was, the I ostess of a diluntlul lutn li
ion on Tiiui'bdjy In honor of Mia. Al -
lull Wl'.to The tublo, stt on the lanro
laii.i'. w im d coialetl Willi ferns and
f'lllHgv The dny w. cool and the
views most eeutiuncljig. Among tho.e
nsked to meet tho gitost of honoi WTjro
Mrs. II. P. Marx, Mis. Uitnckofhotf,
Sr., Mrs. Waller Urlnckeilioff. Mrs.
James Castle, MrB. Rllcn Weaver,
Mrs. J. 11. Castle, .Miss Anna Paris.
At the Young t
Among those registered nt tho Alex,
andcr Young hotel aro Miss Agnes
Smith, Mr. Hlbberdlne, who will sail
for London on tl)u 20th; Mis, M. M.
Kennedy, from Denver, Colorado; Mrs.
Mary Kamscger, Miss Loulso Chapln,
Juneau, Alaska; Mr, II. A, 'Rivers,
Cambridge, England; Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Hott, Tacoma, Washington; Mr,
and Mrs. Tootc, Mr. A. White, Mr,
Nolson S. niloy, Mr. and Mrs. Daker,
Mrs. S. W. Nellls, Mr. B. L. King, Mr.
checks and stripes, at
l-2c a yard. (
colorings, 6.yds. $1
Are In Their New Home':
loom opening from the drawing-room
and piotected from our too-sonrch-
lng trade-winds by glass doors Is the
largo glass window occupying one
side of tho room. The window ledge
alone measures fifteen Inches nnd
makes a comfortable seat. This Is
tho room for social meetings. Tho
Social Science Club will probably en-
Joy It ns well as innumerable socle-
tics, both private and public, In
which tho 1'rcars are Interested. Tbe
library In koa Is nn nttracttvo place
nnd the views from all the windows
are pictures of rural charm. I'o-
llago nnd trees with tho distant view
J 1! Wntklns, who will toon reside
In the v'rr I v ufnilano hotiso on Ilero
(aula nveauie, which they have taken
loi a lew months, M: D K. Mjern
Until Idi . I' Uiloinln.
Men Ate Expected
lllii Kieiu i xpujn the moil who ut
ti nd her rvttuW at Jiomo da oa Mon
day to ctime in niornlOB dress, or bifj
luors suits It Ik a voij kifoimal af-
nil Honolulu will pay their respects
; on, Mnndav. Those hbrIbIIiik Govern-
or and Mrs Pn u nn Motility will Ii
Mrs. 11 F HlllliiKham, Miss l.onui
J luuken, Miss Rimlco L'toko, Miss Until
nichards, Miss l.nura Alherlou, Miss
Alice nond. Mi sb Murlil Hind, Mlsi
Allco Spaldlug, Jlr. Erin st Miitf
Smith, Mr HeniiuvMiv, Jildgo Willi
new, Mr. C. H. AtliertOn, -Mrs. Bluest
Mott-Smllh, Mrs. Hugo Kieur. Mih.
l'.ixou lllshoji, Miss Huitmaiin, Mis,
ois Holt, Mis. Honienwuy, Mrs, Hah
Mtt, Mis. J. M. Dowbctt, Mis. Philip
riear, Mrs. Will Whitney, Mr. W. H.
Babbitt, Mr. Walter Dillingham.
Among tho many festivities of the
week was tlio tea given by Mrs. C.
lledemann In honor of her guest, Mlsi
Carmen Clovvo. of Woodlawn, Cali
fornia, Mrs, lledemann, beautifully
dressed In real chantllly laco over
black satin, received her guests In
tho drawing room. Miss Clowo, a
pretty young girl, was dressed'ln pink
chlftou over white satin, and It was
trimmed with raro old family laco. Tea
Blankets and Comforters
Get ready for the cool nights. We arc offering extra
ordinary values and a good assortment to select from,
WHITE COTTON BLANKETS
At 75 00 and Sl.OO' a pair. '
Extra white cotton blankets at $1.50 and $1.75
Part wool, white blankets, extra size, $2.75 a pair.
All wool, white blankets, full size, $3.00 and
$350 a pair.
OBEY AND TAN COTTON BLANKETS
from $1. pr. up.
Grey wool ana rol wool blankets in all qualities.
COMFORTERS ' "
A largo assortment to select from, well made and well
tufted, very pretty patterns and colon. Silkolinc, Sateen,
and Silk-Covcied Comforters, from $1.50 upward.
-SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
lubles wero most uttructlvel) stt on
tint circular laiml, and Miss Alice Ho
ilciil.iuu mid Mist Maude do Iliette
vlllo poured tea and coffee. They
ere both dicssed In blue. Pink and
white carnations mado the rooms frn
rant. Tlio many old curios with which
tho rojms aLounl, woro much ad
mrc,i, uotti Mr. and Mrs. llcdemnnii
oro nrdent collectors and never return
rrom journey In Europe without
some Interesting souvenir of their
travels. Among those present wero
jirs, q, nallentyno, Mrs. Ernest Ross.
Mrs. Itlchard Cooko, Mrs. George nolf,
Mrs. HawcH, Jr., Misses Irene Fisher,
Irma Uallentyne, Irmgard Schacfcr,
Wliotmullcr, Violet Damon, Olmstead,
Jordan, Kennedy, Gllmau, Itcstartck,
Spalding, McCnndless, Kopkc; Lucas,)
Cotton, Maude do Ilrettevlllo, Ilcatrlce
Castle and many others.
Miss Zalldn do la Nux was tho host
ess of a pretty birthday party on Sun
day at Thomas Square. Delicious re
freshments and games mado tho hours
fly. Among 'thoso present wero:
Misses Carilo James, Ethel James,
Psycho Derry, Hazel Schwerdtfegcr,
Hazed Hldlcy, Evelyn do la Nux, Ulna
Nlcper, Abide Lucas, Harriet James,
Ida McGulic, Emily McGulro, Evange
line How at, Mai) Sullivan, Lillian Mb
Tlgho, Edith Pratt, Meta Peterson,
Clalro Derry, Messrs. Harold Ulckard,
lieitlo do la Nux, Cjrll Ulckard,
Hunry llroderlck, Cyril Uroderlck.
Among the passuigors In the Man
churia were Mrs, Rogeis and Mrs,
Uradley, daughter of Don Cameron of
Penns) lvanlu. They are on their way
to Manila to Join Captain Rogers, who
la stationed thero. Doth Mrs. Drad
ley and Mrs." Rogers expect to'icturn
to Honolulu In six months, having fal
len In lovo with the place Mrs. Brad
ley Is n noted beauty, and created a
seiu.jitlii ) In English society not tio
voiv loiu igo ' '
I'm Hie In n ell I of thi Palatini Ki I
tlt'iiun H district uursi mid Hit
pure lull, i dejiot, a garden party will
be, glvni at tho residence-of Mis. R
J. Lovtiev mi Saturday, H'bruary 15th
Theie will be a volley of entertain
ment offend Japanese' wrestlers
sword duii'-liiK, fnrtilno telling and
eululih" Eierylwdy should turn out
for this worthy object
A pleasant reception was given lo
Rlsliop Moore ut the Methodist nai
Miituhn bv the Rev Mr wadmuu and
Mrs. Wndnuin on Tuesday cveulag
Voi ul selections wore churnilugly ren
(lend bv Mrs P .1 Hall and MIbi, Ger
tuido Hall. The Rlsliop coutlmiod hl
Journey tho next day. .
The committee for tho IJnlveislty
t'lul) bull me us follows Mr. j'. It.
a.ilt, chaluimn; Messrs. II. E. Cooper,
Aloiuo Gurtle), A. Afong, H. Cnstle.
W. W. Thuyer, G. J. Cooko, It Is
strictly an Invitational affair and no
ono but tlio University Club mombeis
can extend Invitations.
Mis. William Stnnley, who lias gono
to Victoria f8r a trip, will return In
two months tlmo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Rolf expect to
remain two weeks longer before sail
lng for tho Coast.
Llttlp Dorothy Rolf, tho young
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Rolf,
Is a lovoly specimen of youthful b'enu-
ty. Sho attracts a great deal of at-
tentlon at tho Moana Iotel, but Is Just
Ihu sweet, nutuial child sho always
k -k ir
Mis. Harry Macfarlane, Jr., who
went to Ahulmauu Ranch for her
health, which has not been at all good
lately. Is already much benefitted by
the beautiful surroundings and clear
Miss Cornelia Oilman gave a card
party on Saturday afternoon last
which was greatly enjoved by thu
younger set. Thoso who won prizes,
wero Misses Eunlco Pratt, Dorothy
True, Hattlo Lucas. -,
Mrs. Clalro Williams, tho Misses
Claire and Edith Williams, nnd Miss
h. Castle aro In the old town of
Grnsso on tho French Rlvclra, fpr
tho winter;. i. They take frequent ttlps
to Cannes, Monte Carlo, and Nice.
General nnd Mrs. John McClellan,
und their beautiful llttlo son, arrived
In the Manchuria nnd aro at tho Hal
steads. Mrs. McClellan wns Miss Hal
stead, a Honolulu society girl.
Tho acting of Miss Harriot James
In "Home, Sweet Homo" Is particular
ly clever. Sho Is charmingly natural
nnd pretty off thu stage as well as on
and so very young!
Miss Moncrleff gavo a prott) dinner
ut the Moana hotel on Tuesday even
ing, Including Dr. and Mrs. Humphrls,
Mr. and Mrs. Hawcs, Mr. Iceland.
Mr. Charles Gay and Mr. and Mrs.
A. Robinson, who havo been guests at
the Alexander Young, sailed for tho
other Island on Wednesday. f
Mrs. Georgo Ocar, who has also been
a guest at the Young, galled for Sun
Francisco this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Faxon Bishop will
I'iko their big touring rar to Europe,
when tlicv nnll next month.
Mi. and Mr-. Gilggs Holt will not
return ip tho States for their long ex
pecwd trip until next autumn.
Mr. II. W. Lake, 'so woll known
here. Is maunger of the Savoy hotel,
The Hawaiian band hus been duiw
lng largo audiences at Its open air
conceits. Tho mustc is billllanil)
i em! e red.
"Peaceful Valley" und "Home,
Swcot Hume" have been drawing largo
audiences throughout tho week ut tho
Mr und Mrs. M. A. Moore, Miss
Mooro of Iowa aro spending tho win
Miss Jlabel Tujlor has gono to Ha
waii for two weekB' visit.
Evur.vbody is great Inteiosted In tho
Florni Parade Mr. Alonzo Gnrtloy
has the matterJn hand and will doubt
less mako a great success.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mngoon havo do
pal ted for Illlo.
Mrs. Richard Isenborg, who has
bcou at tho Hospital for several weeks,
Is Improving In health very slowly.
Dr. and Mrs. Munson wero aboard
tho transport on Tuesday. Mrs. Mun
son Is tho daughter of Admiral and
Mrs. Glass, bo well known hero.
ttvJjL .hIa. . .j i.Jr'1 ik