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EVENING BPLLETIN, HONOUILP, T. H , SATURDAY, SEPT, 2(J, 1
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: SOCIAL NOTES :
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Miss Oliver's Recital
Miss ICutliarlno Oliver, who mnkcs
licr liilllul nppenrniuo before a Ho
nolulu uuilleme on October 13 lit the
Kllolmna Art League rooms, has
tamed the reputation of belnc the
most popular entertainer on the I,J
teuni platforms of tho United Stutm.
The patroneskeH who li.nu kind
ly consented to nuiu aro Mra
Walter I'. Tiear, Mrs. 13. A. Mott
Hmlth, Mrs. .1. 1. Cooke, Mrs. C. II.
Cooki', Mrs. V. I,. Hopper, Mrs. Anna
II. Tucker, Mrs. I, L. McCandless,
Mis. S. It. Dole, Mrs. P. II. llmnptirls,
Mrs. A. 0. lluwcs Jr., Mrs. Robert
LoueiH, Mis. K W. Peterson, Mrs.
1) II. Hitchcock, .Mis. V, W. Hall,
cms Margaret Pelflm Pasha, tho
American wife of probably the most
widely known otriclril In tho Turkish
Kmplre, who, according to the Ger
man newspapers, Inentcd tho knee
biaielet, which, ndorncd with small
bells of gold, Is worn Just below the
Mho. llefoie her marriage Princess
Pelilm Pasha was known as Mitrgni-
ct Morgan. Sho captured the heart
of Constantinople's then dictator
while giving a bareback riding pei
foimance at a circus. Knee-bell
bracelets havo already spread to tho
Miss Katharine Oliver, who will
gle secrnl recitals at the Kilohnua
Mis. (1 II. Caller, Mrs. K. J, I.owrey,Art League hall, is well and favor
Mis. V. M (linhniii, Mrs. A. P. Orlf- ably known, Judged from the preps
wim, .mis it. c.uton, .mtb. 'ineo. notices, which are most Mattering.
Itlrhnrds, .Mis. (1. P. W'llder.
Mrs. Keglnald do Koen, tho well
known New York society woman, was
delighted with Miss Oliver's Scotch
Aiming tho liaisengcrs that nrricd!nfternoon given nt her home nnd tho
Inst Monday on tho MongolH was Mrs. New York Trlbuno snn her Scotch
Most, who Is returning to Honolulu perfect and her interpretation re
lo uiiitci Inko tho work, of n lsltlng frc9i,ingly natuial. Tho Kdlnburgh
iau, uiiuur uiu auipira m utu v-ui-m snatch lins thn fnllnulni" "A sin.
igo Cliib. Tho Chili lint collected a
'mill calltil "Tho l)r
I'ulid," foi the pmpoo of tomlmttlng
(lie upiend or tubctciilosls In our city.
Mrs. Moses Is to inaugurate tills work
under tho special dlnctlon of Dr. Judd.
Having woikcd under Dr. Day and en
jii.M'd the privilege of his friendship
fbo tho muro gladly aids In carrying
nut u plan suggested by him arid de
veloped In hit menior): 'Irs. Moses
1 as spent the Riiinmcr In dlrict ire
.iiutlou, observing similar work car
i led on by tho Clt) or Iloston. and by
pilvato orgnulzallims In Cleveland,
Mrs. Inualls' Proirrara
The following pioram has been pre
iiiiimI b Mrs. Ingalls to bo given at
Charles It. HUlinp Hall, Saturdav even
ing. October 3nl, S:ir p. n- ,
.Violin and Piano
AU gin (rugue)
"To n Wnter I.lly," "Unrnrlsch
t Hungarian) MacDowell
Hark! Hark! Tho 1. irk
Suite III InOmlJor Hols
Souvenir d'Amerhiuo . ...Wllhclmjt
1 l.i no
Tereslta's Waltz.... Teresa Carrcno
Spanish Cnpiico Mosskowski
Canzone tin d'Ainbrosto
Mrs. Ing ills' nitlstlc work Is so well
lnimn In Honolulu us to need no In
tioductlon. Miss ShehUM conits fresh
mid enthusiastic from Sheiwnod, nnd
iboio who havo heard her pilvatcly
' redlct much pleasure for niunlc lovers
(ri Saturda) evening.
Captain and Mrs Mntsnr. who ar
livid in the I.urllnu will pinbably re
lurii In the Hllonlan. 1t,py nro guests
at the Moana hotel
Mi. and Mis. Albert Wntcrhouso
departed in tho Mongolia,
Latest Jewel Fad
Quito tho latest thing in ladhs'
jewelry has been Introduced by Prln-
For eating, (birthing, end cooklnft
Pure, Detaiovu, NuWUom
aiaieiaaia i m. ear, inin
BretUta Cosot, 1-2 lb. tiu
litlci'i ChocoUfefauuswcetenad), 1-2 U,uU
German Sweet Chocolate, M lb. calcei
Tor Sale bv Lead!
WALTER BAKER & CO., Ltd
DBRCHESTER, MASS., U. S. A.
45 HIGHEST AWARD IN SUKOM,
dp Itrtlst. wlin fnt tit n linnro rnti
Day Aieniorlnl,gU8toIll th(J ntcrMt of her ,,,'
Is certainly entitled to high prnlsc.
That is exactly what Miss Oliver did,
and her success met with duo appre
ciation. It Is rather dinicult for one
to Immediately change from tho
Scottish to the American ncccnt, or
vUc versa, but this difficult) had no
terrors for Miss Oliver, and In her
later selections her long-drawn
American twang seemed to suit ad
mirably." Her rcpcrtolic Is as follows: King
Henry VIII (Shakespeare); Tho Mt
tlo Minister (Uarrie); Tho Sky Pi
lot (Connor); That Lass o' Lowrles
(tluriictt); Saul (Drowning); Driim
tochty Polk (Maclaren); An Evening
with Itobcrt Hums, lecture-recital;
The Play Actress (Ciockctt); The
Tempest (Shakespeare) ; An liven
ing of Character Sketches, populai.
The Iloston Herald has tho follow
ing notlco: ' At Association Hall
last evening. Miss Katharine Oliver
cntoi tallied n largo audience with a
dramatic recital of S. II, Crockett's
'Tho Plav Actress.' Tho iccltal was
given under the pationnge of Dr.
Udvvnrd Kvcrott Hale, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Poote, Mis. Julia Watd
Howe, Dr. and Mrs. William J. Ilolfe,
and other persons of distinction; nnd
in tho nudlenco were many well
Know n Uostoninns. Tho smpathy
of the nudlence was won early In tho
evening, and Its appreciation of tho
ability of the oung woman was at
tested by Its applause."
Tho dates at the Art League aro
as follows: Tuesday, Oct. 13, The
Little Mlnlstei ; Thursday, Oct. 15,
The Confessions of a Literary Pil
grim; Monday, Oct. 19, Dr. Luke of
the Labrador; Wednesday, Oct. 21,
King Henry VIII.
The famous bulldog mentioned
here Is well Known and remembered
Champion Ilanjo, one of tho be-st
Known prize-winning bull tcirlers on
tho Pacific Coast, the property of
Athole Mctlcan, died at Monterey
esterday of double pneumonia. His
death Is n distinct loss to tho fancy
canines in California, even though
tho old dog had long since passed his
bench-show form. Ilanjo was eleven
ears and three months old. He was
bred in tho Duke of Northumbei
land's kennels in England, and from
there was taken to Australia, where
ho became a blue-ribbon winner. Ho
nolulu next saw him and he became
the pioperty of John D. Spreckels,
who brought him to California. Heio
the dog was a favorite with admirers
of the typo and left his imprint on
offspring of a local breeding. Among
the latter aro Jack Oleason's terriers,
so long familiar to patrons of tho
baseball park. Exchange,
A pretty little tea wab given In hon
or of tho Ilev. Mr. Simpson on Wed
nesday ut tho residence of Mrs. Mon
tuguo Cooko's n Collece Hills. Mr.
Simpson has been conducting a Dlblo
class nnd his pupils took this pleasant
way of showing their appreciation of
his Instructions, Hooks and koa furni
ture were picscntcd him, and n very
agreeable afternoon was spent around
tho tea cups. Among thoso i resent
woio Mrs. Mooro, Mrs. Ernest Water
houpo, Mrs. Arthur Wall, MrH Simp
ton, Miss Simpson, Miss Paikc, Mrs.
Howard Hitchcock, and many others.
Mr. Iludolf J. Diiclilv will givo his
violin iccital on tho evening of Oct
ubei 27th, nnd ho will le insisted by
Mrs. Tenny Peck and Mrs Macknll.
""ho placo will bo liluhor. Hall, Puna
hou. This is something to look forward
to ns nil throe are artists of tho high-ct-t
mcilt, and Mr. Illicitly plays onl
with ease, vivacity and know'edgo, but
Is moio than an thing a tempciamont
al citlst and his audiences lUwava re
spond to hla magic art. Tho iccltal is
under tho pationngo of Mrs. W. V,
Preai, Mis. E. A. Mot Smlih, Mrs
Sanrord B Dole, Mrs. it. 0. E. Porster,
Mrs. L. Tenney Peck, Mri P H. Hum
dirls, Mrs. Chails n. Coopei, Mr3.
W. 1). Westervolt, Mis. Talks, Mrs.
Vi', L. Whitney, Mrs, W. W Hall, Mrs.
Mr. Iphn D. Jr.
TAtlRYTOWN, N. Y. Wealthy
women of Tarrjtown, Irvtngtnn, and
Dobbs Perry are interested In tho ba
zaar for the benefit of the building
fund of the Tarrlown Hospital. The
women nio working hard to raise
enough money to get nn endowment
of JuO.OOO from John D. Kockcfel
Icr, which he has promised If u like
amount is raised by the public.
Among the women interested are
Mrs. John D. Archhold, Mrs. John D.
Rockefeller Jr., Miss Uertrudo Nich
ols, Mrs. Henry Villard, Mrs. Arthur
King Wood, Mrs. John F. Pltimmcr,
Mrs. W. Usher Parsons, Mrs. John
Mrlsbeu Walker Jr., and Mrs. II. V.
D, IJlack. Each evening entertain
ment Is provided by well-known
Arthur Wall, Mrs. II. V. Murray. Mrs.
V, M. Qruhaui, Mrs. Jimei K Morgan
Mrs. W. A. Love, Mrs A. 11 Ingalls,
Mrs Howard Hitchcock, Mrs. K, W.
Iiamon, Mrs. P. A. Schnefer, Mrs. John
Usborne, Mrs. E. Hnuncbtlg, Mrs. C.
Pees, Mrs. C. Montague Cooke, Mrs.
lleorgc P. Davles, Mrs. L. 0. Abies,
Mrs. M. Phillips, Mrs. II McKnln liar
'son, Mrs. August Htirr.lnirp, Mrs.
Jimes II. Castle, Mrs. O. K. Wall. Mrs.
71. M. von Holt, Mrs. II Mncfarlanc,
Ji., Mrs. S. II. iingsbu'V, Jin., llruco
dcV. Macknll, Mrs. Alx llnwcs, Jr.,
Mrs U LewtonDrnln, Vrj. Clifford
Kimball, Mrs. A, II, Tucker, Mrs. 0
W. Case Deerlng, Mrs. P. JI. Swanzy
It is alwass a treat to visit Tnn
taluB, and jesterday being one of tho
trying dajs of the jear, Mrs. W. R.
Castle's luncheon nt her mountain
house was doubly enjoyable. Tho
cool mountain breezes and the mag
nificent panorama spread before one's
cies gave a zest to the appetite and
put tho guests In good humor. Lit
tle tables, flower laden. In tho dining-room,
were pleasant spots to
chat and ever) body enjojed the de
licious viands. Among the guests
were Mrs. Wnltcr Krear, Mrs. Fred
erick Newell, who has gone to the
other Islands with her distinguished
husband, Governor Krear, and Mr.
Marston Campbell for a three weeks'
trip; Mrs. Snnford H. Dole, Mrs. Mc
Grew, Miss Hardaway, Mrs. Francis
M. Swanzy. Mrs. U. F. Dillingham,
Mrs. Gcrrit Wilder. Mrs. Howard
Hitchcock, Mis. S. G. Wilder, Mis.
S. M. Damon, Mrs. Edward Tenney,
Mrs. Carl Smith of Hilo, Mrs. Moore,
Mrs. Goodale, Miss Catherines Good
ale, Miss Etheltndn Schaefcr, and
Engineer C, W. Parks nnd Mrs.
Parks entertained Admiral and Mrs.
Holl)da at dinner at the Alexander
Young Hotel on Wednecdav cvonlng.
Covers wero laid for eight, and tho
tiblo was beautiful with its centerpleco
of la Tranco roses , and maidenhair
terns, whilo tho lights with rose-colored
shades, shed a soft pink glow
over the fcstlvo board, Among those
present wero Judge and Mrs. Selden
Kingsbur, Miss Frear and Captain
C'orwln P. Rees. Mrs. Hollyday is a
pictty young woman und wore a love
ly frock which was most becoming.
Tho Pleasanton was tho scene of a
charming little dinner last evening
in the private dining-room, the host
being Dr. V. Collins. Rose-colored
carnations claboiniely decorated the
table in conjunction with rose-shaded
caudles. Dr. Collins is a capital
host und always entertains well. His
guests Included Cuptain ami Mrs.
Wiidhams of Fort Shatter. Mrs. C.
W. Casc-Dcerlng, Mr. and Mrs.
Gaines, Miss Nancy 11. Winston, and
ur. v. II. Humphrls.
Of Interest always Is the following
from a Frisco paper: Mrs. Robert
Stevenson nnd her daughter, Mrs. Is
obel Strong, with Mrs. Frank Norrls
as their guest, will shoitly leave for
a visit to Moxico, which they will ex
plore in Mrs. Stevenson's liandsomo
now touring car.' Mrs. Stovcnsoii,
who hn3 been spending tho summer
months In Santa Daibara, will come
up to town In a few weeks, to be for
a short time the guest of Mrs. Norils
of this' city. Tho proposed trip to
Moxico wns planned for June last,
but was postponed because of u slight
accident to tho car.
Mrs. Qerrltt Wllder's tea garden at
tho 0psy Encampment Pete will bo
very artistically arranged. Clio will be
iislstcd by Mrs. Walter Prear, Mrs
Lwlnbiirue, Mrs. George Potter, Mrs.
Jiimcs Wilder, MrB. J. S. Wnll-er, Mrs
Upliani, Mis Iloedeteld, Mrs. Charles
Cooper, Mrs. Ramie) Scott, Mrs. Janice
Judd. With this galaxV of bright und
chnrmlug women It ccrtalnl) ought to
be a great success.
Mrs. Pied Wutcrhouso wn? tho host
ess of a delightful lunchon on Thurs
day in honor of MrB. Philip Andrews.
Yellow roses nnd maidenhair made tho
table lovely to look upon. Tho guests
included Mrs. Klebahn, Mr? Andrew
Puller, Mrs. Ernest Wnlorliniue, Mrs.
v. harles Cooper, Mrs. Alonro Oartley,
'Irs. Hitchcock, Mrs. Gait.
Mr. Humphrls, the popular nnd
handsome papa of our Dr. Humphrls,
has entirely recovered from his acci
dent to his knee. He rides about
Oakley ns gaily ns ever and also still
dabbles n bit In politics Ho Is nl
wa)s hoping to again visit Hawaii
ncl, of which he Is vcr) fond.
Mrs. Corvvin Rees will not return
to Honolulu from her visit at Kauai
until tho 12th of Octobvi. Sho Is
aultc enjoying her visit with the
Knudscns and is ns much admired on
Kauai us she Is on Oaliu. which Is
sajlng much. Captain Hees may
join her after n little.
Mrs. Edward 0. Keono of Honolulu,
who Is visiting friends In S.iu Fran
Cisco, will coma to Oakland this week
to be a guest of Mrs. J. Walter Scott
at her homo In East Oakland. Mrs.
Scott is planning an afternoon affair
to Introduce tho visitor to a Tew of her
Intimate friends. Call.
Mrs. Mary Gunii'soll show at tho
coming Gipsy Encampment will bo
all In pantomime, a novel treat, and
in her hands one can expeU nn ar
tistic output. Mrs. a u mi Is glad to
return to Honolulu after a pleasant
and well-earned vacation in San
Mrs. S. G. Wilder, who has tho
candy booth In charge, will bo as
sisted by Mrs. Edward Tenney, Mrs.
Langhorne, Mrs. Ernest Wnterhouse,
and Mrs. Ilrnlnerd Smith. Suroly.
with all theso charming women the
candy booth will bo successful.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wsterhousp, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred MacfnriMic and Wallace
Alexander havo been Invited to be tho
guests of tho Chamber of Commerce at
Japan. Tho Waterhouscs nru sailing
for Japan very soon.
Admiral and Mrs. XI C Hollyday,
who arrived in tho Mongolia, nre
s'uests at tho populci Mnana hotel
They expect to ritmn In tho Siberia
for Washington, D. c. thcli hi me.
Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Mnrx iinvo ar
lived In Europe, nftn a very pleasant
visit In the Yosemlto Vnlley. The)
n'so Journeyed to Cnmih and tho
Mrs. Upbam Is being much enter
tained. Her husband is nn old friend
of the Dillingham boys and was al
ways well liked here.
Dr. Sheldon, so well known hero
has been retnehed from tho Restorer
nnd will probably resumo private prac
tice In England.
Mr. and Mrs II. F. Dillingham re
turned on the Lurilne after a pleas
ant trip to San Francisco.
Mrs. Allan Dottomlcy Is spending a
week at tho Halelwn Hotel with Mrs
About a year ago E A. floderron. a
druggl.t, wrote ua from Callaway, Ne
braska, that ha hart a acrloua caaa of
kidney dlaeaaa and that hla physician did
noi oner ,mtn mucn encouragement. lie
desired to put Fulton'a ltcnaj Compound
In stock for his own cane and It lie got
nulla he would aril It to others, lie
wrote several tliuea for udvloe, allowing a
very obitlnate caae. lie now writes: I'll
le now ten months alnce I began using
tha compound, and although my caae has
been very oballnato. It aeoma to have On
ally yielded to the treatment. I have no
doubt results would have been obtained
sooner bad I not kept at work."
(Due. to the results obtained In thlf
case our agencies were promptly accepted
In Callaway and the adjoining town )
Hlmply another caae of kidney trouble
in which the Inflamed kidneys refused to
retpond to the futile old-tlmo kianey ex
cltante and that after all else had failed,
yielded to Pulton's Renal Compound, the
drat and only emollient for Inflamed kid
neys Inflammation of tho kidney., oven
In Its advanced ' forms. Is now curable.
Wend for literature.
JOHN J. VVI.yON CO.
Honolulu Drug Co, Fort Street, are our
i-ole local agents Aak for lil-Monthly
Unit. tin of late recovtrlea, II
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS
Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday. Oct. 13. "The Li HI a MinktW' TliiiraT not ,1K ifTt,
fJnnfMqmnft nf a T.lfPMw PHn-rim" lfAviJa.. nt 10 nn- t..i. .kit.
Labrador"; Wednesday, Oct. 21, "King Henry VIII". Season tickets for
Co., E. W. Perkins' Studio, and th? Kilohana Art League.
The Home Beer
Be as particular about your home
beer as about the food for your table.
All beer has a great many
qualities about it; some beer contains
impurities that counteract the good
In Primo Beer, brewed in Honolulu
to suit the climate, you get the good
without the harm.
A tonic and a food aged to a per
fect flavor, sterilized and filtered a
Pure Beer. That is the best kind of a
food and tonic for you, and any doctor
will tell you so.
Order Primo Beer for your family use.
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