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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 08, 1908, BASEBALL EXTRA, Page 9, Image 9',
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Beer, 10c glass
Tho Call saB of ono well Known
licro In Army nml Navy circles:
Amid whispers, inlscil ejobrows,
downcast lids, smiles, nml shrugs, tho
dlrcctolro sown broko Into smart so
doty liiHt Friday night, the occasion
IicIiir tho regular Presidio hall, anil j
tho woator. Mrs. Paul W. Hock, wlfo
of nontenant lletk nt tho United!
States Army signal service. Anil It
went thero to stay. All during tlio
evening tho Haps tliittcrcd right mcr-
illy. Mis. Reck heeded nclthrf
KhocUcd looks nor smiles. Having
btormed convention uho stack to her
post, and sho will follow up her pre
liminary attack by wearing tho same
gown tho next tlmo Bho appeal at
Of (ouiso thero wero objections.
Many women thero wero who had no
hesitancy In saying that tho sensa
tional silt should ho pinned, hut Mm.
Heck herded not. Undaunted and
unpinned sbo danced on, aiding tho
dlicUuiro In winning Its Hist impor
tant battle In San Francisco.
Tho gown was an extremely linnil
fnmo ono; so handsome, in fact, that
thoso who upheld Mrs. Heck wiwod
Hint tho objections wcio duo to noth
ing mnro than common Jealousy. It
w.rt of lavender ciopo, Imported
fiom China, lose-point laco and
toiuhed up with llght-hluo heads. Tho
Hilt was tho regulation 20 Inches
which liu lit has decreed Is tho proper
length, nml between tho rolds toulil
bo fccii plainly seen tho daintiest
hosiery, malthlng tlui beads. Tho
shoes huimunlod with tho Imso.
Now that it hocloly woman has ta
ken up tho dlrectolio It Is thought
that tho habit will spread. So long
us It was (onllued to models and nit
resses thuio was somn diiubt, but now
uoll, Micloty Is awaiting Mik.
Iteck's not appearance,
Mrs. Qualtrnugh nml tho I,o Ilre
tons wuro much enteitnlned by so
Tho ihnrnilng Nnvy women who
hnvo beou so delightful an addition
to the social whirl for n month ni
twit hnvo finally dlsappcaied from
our midst, leaving rather it flat social
w in lil behind thorn. Mrs. Maryo and
Mis. Qiiultiough, Washington women
who wero at tho ralrmont, nimln n
roinplelo conquest of tho women of
tho suinit set, many nf whom woo
old friends, and wero given n con
iiiiyff- .r.&jiHijtf 1111111 1 tiiiitfi iiiitfi
slant round of dinners and lunches
licro and at the smart lluilliigamu
homes. Iloth belong to prominent
families In tho capital city and licit li
weio beauties a few cars ago and
can still hold their own with tho
girls of tho present day. Mrs. l,u
llrctnu and her daughter, Marguer
ite, also left when tho ships did, sail
ing on Monday for tho Orient, whenco
they will go on to Kurnpo to spend
tho winter, as usual. In Paris. Mrs.
I.o llrcton had half piomlscd her old
friends hero that sho would remain
for tho beginning of tho winter fun,
and It was with real disappointment
that tlicy'sald good-by to her on tho
An liiteiestlng wedding declined nt
tho rcnldciicn of Mis. II. CI. Alexander
of Niiunnu incline on Monday after
iKion, tho contracting parties being
Jwlgo Loriln A. Aiulruws, District
Mnglstiatu of llllu, and Mrs. Susan V.
Ilallc). Tho Itov. II. H. Parker por
formed tho liuprcsslui soivlco. There
wero many old fi lends present fiom
tho other Islands who happened to be
in town, and moat heHrty congratula
tions wero bestowed upon tho popular
couple, tho Initio having endeared her
self to n largo circle of friends In tho
Maud gioup. Mrs. Alexander, In a
handsome lilac gown, whs ,i gracious
hostesH, nml sho was assisted b) her
daughter, Miss Helen Alexander, Mis.
Fled Carter and .Miss Walker. Tho
decorations wero unusually beautiful
nml effcctlvo, gieat hanging baskets
of lino maldcn-halr and greeiiB being
most mtlstlcally used. I'nlo pluk ami
wlilto loses in largo bowls mado the
loiiins flagrant, Songs wero beauti
fully rendered by Mis. Weight in her
cymputlictlo olco, lur neeompanlst
being Mrs. Howard HlWhcock. Judge
I ml Mrs. Andiows sailed In the .Mauii'i
Kea for Illlo on Tuesday,
Tho Jnpaneso Consnlnto wns nblnio
with hundreds of electric lights uu
Wednesday evening, n reception being
given by Consul (icncinl.Mlkt Saito
nml Madanio Sallo to tho local Jap
euoFO colony They weio assisted In
receiving by Vice Consul Abo and
Madamo Abo, as v, oil as thn secre
taries ami their wives. It was n uiy
billllaut occasion, all tho piomliient
.Inpaiicso being piescnt. Madamo
Salto hi n huinllful gown, mado Vma
llfh fashion, was a (iinnnliiu busies
To amuso tho guests 11. Takeknwa,
the champloii Jnpauebu juggler, fine
HERE IS OUR MENU FOR TOMORROW:
Soup, Fish, Entrees,
Roasts, Dessert, Fruits,
Nuts, Raisins, Cheese and Crackers, Cafe Noir
ROYCROFT PHILOSOPHY j
Written in a sincere and kindly dciirc to help the young who do not know,
V If '' r&
Courteous manners in little things arc nn asset worth acquiring. You rise when a customer approaches, you
offer a chair, you step inside and let the Store's guest pass first into the elevator: these are little things, but
they make your work and yourself finer.
If you are gointr to be absent, tell your foreman so and get his approval. If you are unavoidably detained
from work, send word why.
To guy visitors or give short, sharp, flippant answers, even to stupid or impudent people, is a great mistake.
Meet rudeness by unfailing patience and politeness, and see how much better you feel. A
, Hm, Copyright, 1008, by Hlbert Hubbard
mi lutcresllug exhibition of his skill.
Dr. Kobakashl, of Maul, well known
hero, also did sumo expert Juggling
Spikavo plavcd ipialul alls on the
samlseii, A delicious supper was
helved, ut which very heaity banzals
weio given for tho Consul Genoinl ami
his dainty wlfo. Among thoso who at
tended weio Dr. Kalsukl, Dr. Ilnlda,
Dr. Oyaiiia, Dr. Mltnmuia, DiV Urlilda,
Dr. Kobayashl, Dr. KoJInia, Dr. Ui
in lira, 1'. K. Mnkliio, S. Oznkl, D. Yo
nckiirn, Y. Takakuvva, Isoshlma, Moil,
T. Mlzaw.t, If. Ono, Tnshlro, IMItor
Sheba, T. Mlkaiul, Kdltors Y. Soga
mid Tsuruslilina, K, Ilaga, Dr. Knlsu
liiiina, Y. Ishll, K. Hamamolo, Sub
Manager K. Olsuka, nml tho btsff of
tho Yokohama Specie Hank, M, Kumo
n, M. Yanittshlio, K. Kuwasakl, I J.
Kubityaslil, Nuzawn, Kelo University
students, S. 'Imiaka and novcial oth
ers. Mr. IMwmd Dulsonboig entertained
ut dinner on Sunday evening at the
l'leinanton In honor of .Mr. I.ouls Hua-
IIONOLUH.', T. II., SATURDAY, AUG.
CHARLES LAMB said that when he reached his office fifteen min
utes late he always went away half an hour earlier so to make the
matter right. This was a joke. The chronic late is always1
marked on the time-book for a lay-off when times tret "scarce."' I
Vaiih intafAoii n v A 4 Via IHiatiBirs fit lltn hnniA AMil M-i nA irMiia '
iuui uncit-313 aiv itic inn-icava ui mv. ikuuiv.) wiiu uivuii aiu jfvuia
BE ON TIME.
As to the habit of getting everything; packed and ready for a quick
scoot when the bell rings, this does not mean for you a raise.
Work as if you owned the pla:e and pcrhap3 you may-
Young men who loiter around the entrance to the store or factory,
and smoke, gossip, chew, and soit, would do well to eliminate it.j
Be peculiar, and when you come to your work yo to work, even if'
it be five minutes before time. Tins habit marks the difference
between the youth who is going to be foreman and the others who
have no luck.
Accuracy in business is a virtue beyond esteem.
All the knowledge and effort exerted in a business transaction may
be overbalanced by an error in figures, an omitted word, or by in
distinct writing. Pull yourself together when these finishing
touches are to be made, and on your life, get them clear and correct.
eulhiil, who Is spending ten days hero.
ri.. nii .. i... . i. ..i ti.... 1..1... !
, IIV IMIIUI S'llin imiUUl-U .hid. .IUIU1-
hoii ami her son, Mr Johnson, Mr.
Itoseuthnl't: father was (iciiuan Con
sul in Han I'lancliiu fur over twenty
live jeant, succeeding Mr. Diilsenbeig,
tho father of Mis Alexander Isenbnrg
nml the Diilsenbeig buys. Ho Is es
kenllally a nun id Hie world of tho
host Ijpo and Is attvavs a suelnl fnvni
Ito. Mr. Itoscutha! gave a dliinor at
ihe Mo inn bold last evening nml his
guests weio Mr. nml Mis. 1'ietl Wat
crliouso, Mr. ami Mis. Aithur Ileig,
Col. A. 0 IlnwcH, and Mr. IMwaid
Dr. Collins Ii.h taken aiiartments
at tho popuhii I'leas.iiilou hotel. It v
Ihu lin, rumor has It that tho luck
eis of the cxcIiihIvo hotel nro soon to
cieet n new cottngu of many rooms, to
ncconitnodato tho guests who hao
iilie.iily engaged their moms In nil
v.inio Tho cottage Is to bo distinct
troiu thn hnuso, a toad dividing It,
mid the main house will leiuaiii un
and the older ones who sometimes ;
touched with the exception of bath
rooms attached to every apartment
Hot iiiul cold water, eleclilc lights,
mosquito pi oof rooms and eveiy mod
el ii luxury will mako this c-ottago
Tim gaidcn party which Mrs. Wells
Peterson gavo on Thursday afternoon
to lutiodiicfl her daughter, Miss Mai
garet IVtersou, was decidedly n suc
cess, attended liy society in general.
The leceptlun was held on tho lauul
and then tho guests wandered about
en the lawn, Mrs. Wllllo Hoppci
served eoffeo, Mrs, Z, K. Meyers
ponied tea ami at tho punchbowl Mlsa
.IosbIo Kennedy pieslded, Tho Mlssej
Hopper IIIHeil about among tho guests
on hnspltahlo deeds bent. Among tho
iiKinj guests wero Mrs, llabbltt, Mrs.
Clinton ll.illenljne, Miss IlallcntMie.
Mrs, Heldford, Mrs. C Hcdenian, MrB,
Kennedy, Miss Anna Paris, Mrs. Mc
flrew, Mrs Cooper, Mrs. Ilrnest Wnt-
eihouse. Mis. I'red Wnterhouse, Mrs.
Wiilerliouse, Miss Watorhouse, Mrs,
A pretty luncheon was given on
WednoKi1i at Sans Soucl by .vlrs. A
1 Hi I 'n honor of .Mrs. Clir
'I'll! v , I ii , i a i mi l, i i i
nu'i un x .nam Kiinjpean ton
.Sastuitlums and mildenlulr mlorncd
tho tnble. The guests asked to meet
-Mis. Wood wero Mrs. Charles Wilder,
Mrs. V, II. Humphrls, Mrs. C. Hedc
iiiaim. Mrs. C. W. Case IJcering. Mrs.
Seldon Kingsbury, Mrs. Hawes, Jr.
Henry Wnterhouse, Miss Nor.t Stur
Kemi, .Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs. Hubert
1-ewers, Mrs. XI. Phillips, Mies arecn
Mrs. Fred Diish, Mrs Jordon, the
Misses Jordan, Mrs. Allan Uottomlcy
Mrs. LaiiBlng, Mrs. .1. O. Young, Mls
Harriet Young, Mrs. Stanley, tho
Mlcses Damon Miss Kowlcr, Miss Per-'
rln, Mrs. I-owrcjy Mrs. Selma K limey
Alis 'It nnvy Peck, Miss Irene rishcr
Mrs. II. Alexander lscnbcrg lui
soiib, maid nml govcrno33 nro in C5e
many, where they will remain for i
few j ears. Alexander and Itulun
have not been In very good health
and n change of climate was cnnsld
Mr. and Mrs. IX M. Watson and
daughters are guests at tho Alexander
Young. Mrs, Watson thoroughly en
Jo)cd her trip to the Coast and Is
looking the plcturo of health. Tho
Watsons are looking for nn linfnrii
Tho luncheon which Mrs, I.owton
Drain gavo on Wednesday was lit
tended by Mrs. Ralph Korstcr, Mrs
HrncBt Wnterhouse. Mrs. 13, M. Wat
son, Mrs. Alan Hottomloy Tongues
and needles vied with each other.
General and Mrs. McClcllan liavo
taken n house nt Newport, Ilhodn Is
Innd, for tho season, returning to Now
York I ntho autumn and spending the
winter In Washington.
Dr. nml Mrs. Walter Ilrlnekorhoff
nro spending n few ilajs at I.alc, Mrs
.Initios Castle's country place. Mrs.
Castle's health Is slowly Improving.
The stork Is hovering over a far
distant nrmy post, ntul oxpects to
alight in tho Autumn.
Captain nml Mrs. Itmlnlf Slnttery
are still at Tort l.cavcmvorlh
Mrs. Robert Lowers g.no a largo
danco at tho Witiklki residence last
evening In honor of Miss Harriet
Young and Miss Margaret Peterson.
Tho spacious rooms looked like a ver
ttablo fair) land, decorated as they
wero by tho artistic fingers of Mr,
and Mrs. A. Wnll. Supper was serv
ed on the lanal, a roof of wiro net
SCOTTY'S OLD" PLACE.
ling on which was suspended greens
mnMng an Ideal canopy. Ureat clus
ter of giecns, ferns, and Mowers plnc
ei lu tue dining-room screened tho ,
iminlcluns, li .vu i pun- -in
mid tho moonlight on the water wns
Among those sailing tomorrow for
the Coast nro Misses Carmen Clowe,
who returns to Woodlawn. Mr. Kd
ward Hedcinann, whose school term
begins. Mss Violet Damon; her
fi lends Misses Towlo nnd -Pcrrln;
Miss Juliette Atherton; Miss Oilman;
Mis Lackland; Mr. Wlthlngton; Mrs.
3, P. Ilitlstead; Mr. L. E. I'lnkham;
Captain and Mm. Wodchouso; Miss
Jessie Goodwin, who has been n gue.it
of tho Wodehourct at Kort Shaftei.
Mi Urucc Cnrtwrlght and Ct-unt
C.mavarto entoiulnod a few Meiult.
on tho Young Hotel roof garden on
'iuuiMlav evening In honoi of t3eu-ii
Mtit-do IVrelhos of Peru, who called
I'rlday for Java. Tho Spanish gult-ii
pl.ter, M. Romero, rendered several
delightful fandangos In his Illimita
ble stylo during tho evening.
A pretty little dinner wns given by
Mr. and Mrs. Hurold Dillingham on
Wednesday evening In honor ofho
hostess' biother, Mr. Hydc-Smlth.
Pink was the colcr-schemo moit ar
tistically intrndttced. The guests In-
tludcd Misses Allco Hedcmann, Vera
Damon, Allco Mncfitrlaiie; Messrs.
Lovvrcy, Dement, Kennedy.
The Misses Ward aro entertaining
nt a pol luncheon In honor of Mr. anl
Mrs. Cllvo Dnvles tonight Tho Davie
aro soon to sail for England and ex
pect to bo gone two jears.
Consul General nnd Madam MIM
Salto, who sailed In tho Mnru jester
day afternoon for Japan, had a largo
contingent of friends nt thn wharf to
bid them "bon oynge." They woro
presented (lowers galore and said
many pleasant things about Hawaii
Among tho Mauna Kea's passen
gers were Misses Ileatrlce Castle, Mar
garet Castle, Linda Schacfor, Mr. W.
R. Castle, Mrs. P. W. Carter, Miss
S. Curler. Mr. A, L. Castle.
Mrs. Dunn will nrrlvo nt Snn Kran
Cisco August 11th and at New York
August 23d to porsonnlly solect thu
ery choicest Kiiropean novelties for
her many customers.
Mrs. James Wilder Is a guest at tho
Oerrlt Wllders on Hastings street for
n few weeks.
Mrs H, Hayes Rrooke, who expect
ed to Ball In tho Rutord, could not get