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EVENING BULLBTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIIDAY, OCT. 10, 1908.
Plans for tlio Gypsy Encampment
nro going on well nml by Tuesday night
everything will lio In readiness to
wheedle tho many iiarlers nml dimes
for tho mm Ions attractions which lmve
hum ro carefully prepareil. The lawn,
lnnals, rcjdlngroom, drnwlngroom nnd
illnliiKtoum will ho extensively used
for tlio Rrnnil occasion, which lll cer
tainly bring out all Honolulu, to nay
nothing of the o!llccr of tho licet.
Mrs, Murphy has worked most con-retentions!)-
mid well has bIio per
formed her difficult duties. Her role
Is n sltciiuous ouu and no ono can
realize Its many complications unless
It has been experienced. The greatest
credit Is duo her, and Mrs, Church,
too, has laliored long and faithfully.
The different booths nro to ho moat
nitlstlcnlly decorative, nml the maids
mid matrons will look picturesque and
nttmctlMi In the Gypsy costumes.
Homo beautiful dreshes mo to bo worn.
India shawls and other costly fabrics
nru to ho effectively used. Tho fcto
will begin at T o'clock and 11 Is best
to go early befoio ever) tiling Is gone.
Tho booths will be In (.barge of the
following, with assistants:
Fancy ilnnclng by Miss do I'Artlguo,
accompanied by MIus Wndnian at tho
Ico Cream Ilootli Miss Irmgard
Schiiofor. Cordelia Waiker, Nell Alex
ander, Nora Sturgeon, Miriam Walker,
Eleanor Wnterhoiiso, l.lllliiu Hubert
Hon. Grace Robertson, Irma llallen
lyne, Dodlo llallcntyne, Doiothy Wood,
Pillow llooth Mrs. F. M, Swnnzy,
nsslBted by Mrs. Corwln Ilecs, Mrs.
George DaWes, Mrs. A. Kiiudsen, Mrs.
Fled Mncfiirlnne, MIhs Kathcrlnu
(looilale, Miss Knsaninnd Swanzy,
I'ost Oltlco Mrs, Cornucll, Mrs.
Sheldon Kingsbury, Mrs, K. C. Drown,
Mrs. l.uenii, Miss McCall, Miss Mar
garet Cnlton, Miss Jtcnny Catton, Miss
K.lllli Smith. Mlis Edith Miller, MIsh
Nrllio Mel.ane, Miss Wills, .Miss Julia
McSlockor, Miss Myra Angiit, Miss
lllalr. Miss Lucas, Miss Mildred Smith,
Miss llay Dell. Miss Dlxln Quarles,
Miss Helen Quailed, Miss Wadman.
Tea Garden Mis. Ooriltt Wilder,
nsslsted by Mrs. Walter Fioar. Mrs.
3u Inhume, Mrs. John Walker, Mrs,
Chniles Cooper, Mrs. Upham, Mis,
Forstor, Mrs. Harry Mncfarlane, Mrs
llodofeld, Mis. (ieo. Potter, Mrs. Han
licy Scott, Mrs. James Judd, Mrs.
Peanut Koi tunes Mrs. A. .15. Mur
phy, Mis. I'red Damon, Miss Sadie Mc-
Laln, Miss Molllo draco. Miss Sarn
I.uc.is, Mist Helen din In, Miss Jon
1'r.itt, Miss i:unlco Pratt. Miss Ellleen
McCnity, Miss Dora McCotrlston, Miss
Helen North, Miss Mnmlo Wndmiiii,
Miss Maud do flietevlllo. Miss Genr
eclto Moisidey, Miss Iliutha Kopkc,
Miss Esther Kopke, Miss Gonevlovc
l.augton. Miss Allco Hpildlng.
ltlng Cako Mis. A. !'. Wall, assist
pd by Miss Ileatrlco Castlo, MJss Mar
garet Castle, Miss Mudgo McUaiulless,
Miss Margaiet Peterson, Miss Ethel
Spalding, Miss Muilel llowalt, Miss
I.oulso Day, Miss Iieuc Fisher, Miss
lm riot Youngg.
Spanish Gypsy Daneo Margaret
Center, Helen Center.
Dancing lladges Mrs. 13. D. Ten
ney, Mis. C. Kimball.
l.cninnado llooth Mrs. Marston
Campbell, Mm. KnrrliiRton, Helen
Spalding, May Stephens, Sybil Hobert
win, Doiothy GUI, Hufli Farrlngtou,
Frances Funlngton, Muriel Peterson,
Cut Flowers Mrs. S. M. Dallou, as
sisted by Mrs. Ashley Herman Hobert
hon, Mrs. Joseph Pratt Cooke, Mrs.
Hauford H. Wadhams.
For eutlnfc, dunking, and cooktnft
Puic, Dulldous, Nutritious
MBIITMH U. . PAT. OFfl..
Bmlrfm Cotot, 1,2 lb. tint
Uiltci'i ChocoUu(wuwcli4, 1 4 lb, ubt
Germtn Sweet Chocolate, 1-4 lb. elte
I or Salo bv lj:AdJjfc Grocora
WALTER BAKER & 60. Ltd
45 IIIGIIEiT A WARM IN EUROPE
l.lvo Dill Pantomime Mrs. Mary
aiiiin. Dolls: Iliith Soiier. Virginia
McCnrty, Dean Winter, Hazel Illicit-
la.nd, Edith Klblliig, Violet J.ucas,
Gladys Krugcr', Pearl McCnrty, Mude
Palmistry .Mrs. Alexander a.
Spielers Mis. Krnest lloss, Mlsj
Tho Country Club has been a fav
orite place for dinners durlnir Mm
past week, the glorious moonlight
nights making tho lannl as bright
us day nml giving tho extensive view
n glninor which only moonlit waters
can produce. On Wednesday evening
Mr. and MrB. C. W. Ciiso-Decring en
icriniucu inoiu and tho dinner was
very much enjoyed. A high jardtn
lore nilcd with chrysanthemums
madn the table pleasing, and bright
conversation, much laughter, and
congenial society made tho hours fly,
Coffee and liqueurs served on tho ln-
nnl foiiucd n much-enjoyed Inter
lude. Mr. nnd Mrs. Decrlng n I ways
entertain well, und well know how
to muko a llttlo dinner successful.
Their guests included Mr. and Mis.
Clifford Kimball. Mr. and Mrs. A. U.
Hnwes, Jr., Miss Nannie Winston, Dr.
Victor Collins, Mr. David Anderson.
The laigo circular Innal at tho Ten
ney mansion was the sccno of a pretty
bridge tea on Friday nfternoon whon
Mrs. Kdwurd Tcnncy entertained In
honor of Mrs. Matson, the wife of the
popular captain. The guest of honor
woro a smart Kronen tnllor costume
and was very charming mid ngrecahlo.
The hat-pin prizes wcio won by Mrs.
Druliicrd Smith nnd Mrs. Ernest Mott
Smith. Salad, sandwiches, tea, coffee,
cakes and Ices wero served at the con
elusion of tho game. Among tho
guests' were Mrs. Swinburne, Mrb.
Charles Holloway, Mrs. J. S. Walker,
Mis. Georgn Herbert, Mrs. Allco Hast
ings, Mrs. Ernest Mott-Smlth, Mrs.
Jnck Dowsctt, Mrs. Hobert Atkinson,
Mrs. Mary Giinu, Mrs. lluwes, Jr.
Maine orchids and ferns exquisitely
decorated the lannl.
A most ntteutUo host w,u Ilnicc
CnrtwrlKht, Jr., at tlio Alidindrr
Young Hotel on Wednesday oenlng
when ho gao a dinner at whlc'i weio
bidden Dr. and Mrs. James Iii.t.l, Mr.
and Mrs. Hobert Atkinson, Mls.t I'.IIz
nlicth Sargent nnd Mr. Torn Mctircw.
Carnations and maldcn-hatr ferni dec
orated the table. Ho took his guests
for a motor drive ufler dinner, which
was n great Improvement on too om
A beautiful dinner was given on
Thursday evening by Mr. nnd Mrs. II.
F. Dillingham in honor of Mnjoi- nml
Mrs. McKlnstry, who aro guests at
the Young hotel. Golden Shower,
most artistically adorned the tablo
Tho guests Included Admiral and Mrs
Hollyday, Mrs. Walter Frear. Mr. and
Mrs. Knbort Atkinson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Frank Dillingham, Mr. Walter Dilling
Miss Kathleen Oliver's recitals
which begin next week, aro attracting
much attention and largo audiences
can bo depended upon, as she comes
bo highly recommended. Hero is a
press notice from tho British Weekly:
That was a unique nnd delightful en
tertainment which wns afforded the
good folks of "Thrums" one evening
last weok by Miss Kntharlno Oliver,
the well-known Interpreter of Scottish
character from America. Tho audi
ence, which was thoroughly represen
tative, included Mr. David Darrle
(father of Mr. J. M. Barrio), Miss Bar
rio mid Row David Ogllvy (uncle to
the novelist). Miss Oliver fairly ex
celled in her delightful portrayal of
tho many and dlverso characters In
Mr. Unrrle's famous novel, and It is
easy to understand how night after
night she has held American und Ca
nadian audiences spoil-bound.
Do not foiget tho Alllolanl collcgo
scholarship fair at Ilaulolca Lavn to
day. There will bo an excellent pol
luncheon with dainties for tho foreign
table, and the other attractions are
too numerous to mention. The com
mittee In churgo have been at work
fur months preparing for this event
and something out of tho ordinary
can ho promised to nrotiso and inter
est It will ho held from 11 o'clock
until C o'clock today. Her Majesty,
tho Queen, will grace tho occasion.
Tho booths aro assigned ns follows
Hawaiian Lunch Mm. liana Doyd,
Airs. u. m. Ayres.
Hawaiian Tablo Mrs. M. D. Kahea,
Mrs. K, Nahaolclua,
Lemonade and Ico Cream Mrs. L.
Flowor nooth Mrs. Paulino N. Ev
mis. Gypsy Dootli Mrs. Hnna Kanleu N.
Fruit llooth Mrs. L. Koohokalolo,
Coffeo llooth Mrs. J. A, Hlchardson.
Oinh llooth Miss Irene Boyd.
8ldo Shows Mrs. N. Iaiikcn.
Mrs. Ocrrlt Wilder was hostess of a
pictty and Informal tea on tier lunal
on Wednesday afternoon in honor of
Major and Mrs, McKlnstry. Sho al
ways doos everything In a peculiarly
dainty way, all her own, and her
guests wore delighted with the view
from tho lanal ns well as their gracious
hostess. Among others were Dr. and
Mrs. James Judd, Mrs. Swinburne, Mr.
und Mrs. Gartley, County von S, Dom
kowlcz, Mr. and Mrs, George Davles,
Mr, and Mrs, Dillingham, Mrs. Walter
Frear, Mr. Walter Dillingham.
On Tuesday evening, October 13th,
wa are to have, our first Introduction
to Miss Katharine Oliver, who recites
from Unrrle's "Little Minister," at tho
Kllohana Art League, rooms. Tho New
York Trlhuno says: Miss Katharine
Oliver gave a delightful Scotch after
noon yesterday nt the' home of Mrs.
Reginald Do Kovcn. Miss Oliver's
Scotch is perfect, and her lnterpreta
tlons of her 'authors nro refreshingly
"Confessions of a Literary Pilgrim'
will he the reading for October 16th,
followed on October 19 by "Dr. Luke
of the Labrador," and "Henry the
VIM" on October 21st.
Tho directors of the Kllohana Art
League nro as follows: D. Howard
Hitchcock, Pictorial; Miss Alice Spald
ing, Drnmntlc; Mrs. L. L. McCnndless,
Literary; Rudolf J. Uuchly, Musical;
I). Howard Hitchcock, president; Mrs.
W. M. Graham, vice-president; Mrs. L.
G. Marshall, honorary secretary; Mrs.
W. C. Weedon, treasurer, Miss A. H
Parke, Mrs. A. D. Tucker.
Mr. Rudolf J. thichly's recital will
bo a thorough musical treat. This
gifted artist Is too llttlo heard in Ho
nolulu and CNerybody will bo given un
oppoitunlty to listen to nn artist of
rare gifts and great musical expres
sion, Ills recital will take place In
Piinahou, Tuesday evening October
27th nt 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Corwln Rees returned from
Knual this week, after a very pleas
ant visit. Mrs. Augustus Knudscn,
who Is the guest of Oovernor nnd Mrs.
Frear, is also here. Captain and Mrs.
Hecs are giving a dinner thls evening
nt the Pleusanton. Mrs, Hecs Is look
ing moro beautiful than over, and sho
was very much entertained while at
Mr. Reynold McGrew will bo one
of the spielers on the ground, und
there will be others who will aid In
promoting tho dancing. There will lit,
a paper flower booth nnd some dainty
conceits can be purchased. Everybcdy
Is looking forwnrd to tho fete ai.S vlio
greatest enthusiasm has been evinced
;'or Its success.
The enjoyable card party glvi-u fur
Miss II. Ruth Young on Thursday uf
(ernooii by Miss Irmgard Behaelur was
attended by, among others, Mro. Wad
bams. Mrs. Clinton Ilallent'i'i. Mrs.
Babbitt, Mrs. C. Wilder. Mil. Moil.
Smith, Mrs. A. Young. The pilzes
nero dainty laco handkerclilols.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Ivers nnd Miss
Scott, who have been enjoying Banff,
have depaitcd from that ideal moun
tain resort. Tho Ivers will visit Mrs.
Kdwurd Mooe Robinson in Philadel
phia und Miss Scott will stay with
fi lends in San Francisco.
Whllo Miss Anna Danford was In
California sho visited Captain and
Mrs. Pond, so well and favorably
Known here. Her visit wns n delight
rul one, many entertainments being
given In honor of tho fair guest.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Prosser entertained on
Monday evening ut dinner in honor of
Admiral and Mrs. Hollyday. Mrs. Hoi
lyclay looked charming In n perfect
toilette. The guests Included Judge
rnu Mrs. Sidney Ballou, Mrs. Robert.
bon, Mrs. Tarn McQrew. La Franco
roses In luxurious profusion mndo the
tablo lovely to look upon.
Tho "McDonald" gnvo n largo and
enjoynblo reception last Wednesday
week nt which nearly 100 guests were
bidden in honor of Dr .and Mrs. Philip
rrenr. airs, freur Is Bailing for the
Coast on Sunday for a visit of n few
Miss Mnry Johnson will tnko a woll-
desorved vacation trip this week In
the Hllonlan. There were many
friends to see her off nnd bedeck hnr
Do write letters for tho postofflco
in me uypsy Encampment. They can
bo left In the office of tho Aloxnndor
loung notel ror Mrs. Cornwell.
Judge nnd Mrs. Ballou's reception In
honor of Lieutenant Commnndor and
Mrs. Ashly Herman Robertson, wns
sensibly postponed until the arrival of
mo rleet. hour dinners and suverni
mnnll nffalrs aro off for the same rea
Dr Cofor will soon sail for tho Coast,
ins oujecuvo point Doing a visit with
his dniightor. who is soon to havo a
Tho patronesses for tho Gypsy En
campment Includo: Mrs. Frear, Mrs.
Dole, Mrs. Hecs, Mrs. Wadhams, Mrs.
Geoigo Curler, Mrs. Joe Carter, Mrs.
8. M. Damon, Mrs. F. M. Swnnzy, Mrs.
E. K. Wlldor, Mrs. Snm Parker, Mrs.
Trod Macfarlnne, Mrs. Robert Lewers,
Mrs. C. M, Cooko, Mrs, Sam Allen,
Mrs. Mary Foster, Mrs. Mott-Smlth,
Mrs, J. A. Kennedy, Mrs. W. R. Castlo,
Mrs. F. J. Lowrey, Mrs. Tenney Peck,
Mrs. Allan Herbert, Mrs. Duuulng,
Mrs. F. A. Schaefer, Mrs. Isenberg,
Mrs. Davles, Mis, J. S. McOrew, Mrs.
C, B. Cooper, Mrs. II, E. Cooper, Mrs.
E, I, Spalding, Mrs, H, Ivers, Mrs. An
drew Fuller, Mrs. L. L. McCaudless,
Mrs. J. A. McCundlcss, Mrs. J. P.
Cooke, Mrs. B, F. Dillingham, Mrs. F.
Hnlslcad, Mrs. C. 11. High, Mrs. Fran
cis Gay, Mrs. 11. Schultzc, Mrs. Moses,
Mrs. W. W. Hall, Mrs. A. F. Judd, Mrs.
M. M. Scott, Mrs. Baltentyne, Mrs, J.
On Saturday evening last Dr. and
Mrs. Wadhams entertained at dinner
nt Fort Shatter for Dr. and Mrs. Mc
Callum, Mr. Tarn McGrew and Count
von S. Dornkowlcz. Ferns beautifully
rdorned tho .table.
An event that Is causing quite a stir
In culinary circles is tho arrival of an
expert demonstrator from New York,
who will give exhibitions at the Y. W.
C. A. on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday mornings till further notlco
This expert has been sent from New
York by the Van Duzcr Co. for tho es
pecial purpose of showing the correct
uso of flavoring extracts, and the su
periority of their own famous brand.
Also tho superiority of a gns range In
flno cooking. At the same time. It
will be an opportunity that few ladles
will miss of becoming thoroughly ac
quainted with the proper use of flavor
ing extracts, one of the great secret!
of the successful cook.
The British Consul and his family
nrc enjoying their sojourn on Tanta
lus. Mrs. Forstcr has been seen In
town tho last two days, having como
'down for the Iolnnl Fair, In which she
Is much Interested.
Miss Elizabeth Sargent Is spend
ing n week at the McGrew mansion.
Miss Sargent will not return to New
York until u few weeks later.
On Monday evening Dr. and Mrs.
James Judd gave one of their charm
ingly Informal dinners In honor of
Count von S. Dornkowlcz.
Consul General Mitchell and Mrs.
Mitchell are guests at the Moana Ho
tel, whc.ro the Hollydnys are staying.
Mrs. Lilly Paulino Frost, of Hhersldo,
Is also there.
Miss Nannie Winston expects to
sail in the China for her homo In Vir
ginia but will return about Christmas
Miss Graco Woodbrldge sails for San
Francisco In tho Lurllne. She will
visit her mother, who Is very ill.
Mrs. Grace Crockett Is occupjlng
the Westervclt cottage In Manoa dur
lug tho absence of the family.
There nro four new houses being
erected in Manoa. for peoplo nro be
ginning to awaken to the fact of Its
superior air and health-giving breezes.
Today n picnic Is being given at
Alca at which Count von S. Dornkow
lcz Is tho guest of hou'jr.
Mrs. Alexander Young nnd Miss
Young expect to sail on Monday for
a visit to the Coast.
Mr. ard Mrs. Harry Macfarlano gavo
n dinner for eighteen nt the Country
Club last evening,
Mr. Addison Mlzner and MrB. Joseph
L. Eastland aro spending a few months
llov. and Mrs. A. Mackintosh have
been presented with a daughter.
STYLES FOR KEN
The advanco styles and colors for
fall fashions an just about coming
out ut some of the smarter tailors.
But there Is as yet little change from
the colors and fUBhlons of the year.
It Is the time for radical' changes In
overcoatings and footwear, but not
for mon's wear generally, and decid
edly not for suitings and suits, says
a New York exchange.
Sometimes the fall or early winter
brings with It n slight change in
dress suits or waistcoats or collars
or ties, und occasionally In hats. Hat
ters certainly udvcrtlse "the.new full
shape" and so on, but It Is only next
month that will see tho style In hats
change, If, Indeed, It will change,
The early fall showing of colors
brings with It a fine display of grays.
moro so than has been sren tor some
feu.ru. ah suaues or gray rrom a
fairly light shade to a dark will be
stylish. Brown, also In all shades,
will also be favorites with good dies
sers. The brown that appears to be
the most liked is the lighter or rud-
dlon color und tho tobacco shades,
Green und blue und purple are taking
rather a back scat, although they
are prominent enough In mixtures,
which are holding their own strong
ly. The zebra stripe effect has large
ly fallen oft' In the new suitings, al
though stripes still hold their own ns
against any check effect. The small
check has seen Its day for sometime
to come. Much of the striping In the
new suitings Is of tho almost Invis
ible kind. This Is proof that the col
ors blend to perfection, for on eloso
examination tho stripes are very ap
parent. Snck suits will bo of culto the
same cut as the summer ones, except
ing that the waist effect will not be
so woll defined. Vests will be cut
high or low to the taste of the Indl
vldual, but u medium policy Is being
carried out by. the best tailors. The
vest, however, will just show Itself
when the coat Is buttoned. The
wearing of white slips, except with
black or very dark suits, will not bo
In Glass Jars
You have heard about them why
haven't you tried them?
Don't say you know what a Dill
Pickle is unless you have tasted the
Heinz Dill Pickle.
- There are no others like them. .
Your grocer has them.
Insist upon getting HEINZ.
general this fall, but" instead there for his opinion,
will be a great variety of fancy vests The rush in the tailoring trade is
of all sorts of material and of all Just about to begin. Next week there
torts of bright colors, as the season I will be definite styles for the new
advances. At present the favorite fall overcoats. The overcoatings nre,
color for the fancy vest seems to be like the suitings, gray and brown In
it terra cotta; with white binding If 'color. And moro gray than brown,
worn with brown clothes or blue The style promises to be long and
braid if worn with gray. I loose for the general run of over-
A very striking coat for a business coats, but the tlght-tltllng frock or
suit this fall Is a tall coat of colored 'Newmarket overcoat will also have a
material, tweed or any rough suit- place on the list.
Ing. It has three to four buttons, j In footwear the low shoe still
The- tails are short, but the skirt la holds Its own very comfortably and
full and round and there are pockets. wilt be much worn with salterB or
In' the side. spats, either drab or of the same color
It Is not every man that can 'wear or material as the suit. H Is well enough with a low shoe, but In a lace
a coat such as this and look Just when ordering a new suit for fall or boot would hardly havo a good effect.
right. Before having one made It winter to hnve the tailor make u pair
would be well to consult one's tailor of spats also. There Is no more com- gmf BULLETIN ADS PAY -MS
fortable thing or the foot than law
shoes nnd well-llttlng spats In chilly
Button boots nro very largely go
ing out of fashion. They aro u boot
to wear 111 tho spring or summer
more than In winter nnd are essen
tially boots for city wear. The lace
boot Is very popular, and tbo style is
still for a moderately rounded toe,
and the plainer the boot the more
stylish It Is considered.
Whether the fall will bring with It
the sunimor stylo of wearing tolotcd
boot laies remains to bo seen. A black
nnd white or colored lace looks smart'
look at ic
this way; many
a tonic and medicine has over 10 per
cent, alcohol in it plainly marked
on; the label.
Yet people take it, no matter how
strong their, Prohibitionistic tendencies,
because it is atonic.
is a tonic
of the first
class and an aid to digestion. It con
tains less than three per cent, alcohol.
And it is a delicious table bever
age. A glass with your meals will make
them taste better arid help
Why not try it: