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'What Place Has
Music in Your
IT IS A DULL HOME that docs hot contain WITHIN ITSELF re
sources for amusement and entertainment. Is there any more
&t-I,r0fitable-'vay!if spe,ndin& lhe on ter evening
ti,,. tohn.lu,ma,k,nff excursions into the delightful world of music?
InnlS l,Uvdred., and,thoujan delightful compositions which you
Sag fntkoX"h?omie.yOU 'me " ' th
If yqu'have aPiandlaPiano you can
have a Daily Concert in y our Home
As the success of the PIANOLA 6r PIANOLA PIANO induces more
and more imitation, it becomes increasingly important to distinguish be
lV!?th.ei,ffreni,Mtrt,mente of thh type BACK OF THE PIANOLA
PIANO ARE 316 BASIC PATENTS.. They insure point, ofiusical and
mechanical superiority which imitators cannot overcome.
For example, the THEMODIST (bringing out the melody above the
accompaniment) and the METHOSTYLE (showing the novice how to
play with expression) are features exclusive with the PIANOLA PIANO
For many years there havo been instruments that would nlaV the
piano in a more or less mechanical way. But it is because the Pianola
V&ES&ZJ" MARVELOUSLY CLOSE TO THE EFFECT OF THE
TRAINED HUMAN FINGERS that the musical world has given it un
served recognition. The great musicians who commend the Pianola so
highly have repeatedly refused to express any interest in the many other
' Trfctl approach the Pianola's effects only partially and im-
Bergstrom Music Co.
Limited t '
Odd Fellows Building,,
- V 1 A . I - I
In Glass Jars
You have heard about them--why
hayen't you tried. them?-
Don'jt say you know what 'a Dill
Pickle is unless you haye tasted the
Heinz Dill Pickle.
There are no others like them. "
Your grocer has them. '
1 Insist upon getting HEINZ.
T : ;T
It does not make much
difference what a person
studies all knowledge
is relate! and the man
who studies anything if
he keeps at it will be-
come learned, ,
Work is for the, worker?
Cultivate Poise. ,
A pedigree may be a mat-'
ter of pride, but )t is not
consoling to ambition. ,
Abstinence is not enough,
you must make life posi-
tive do something. '
Secure freedom by hold-
ing fast to the truth that
there is no evil but fear,
and that the -, Reality
(God) is on your side.
Men who are well tradue-
.ed and hotly denounced
are usually pretty good
quality. No better ccom-
detraction of some people. Anl men X aVwell Jfi aho t
have friends who love them well-thus does the aw of com
pensation 'ever live It is a greal and beautiful tWng to be t
!lent. w"nBftilly accused; tj bso strongly girded 'round
wllh Kile81 " """' 'Und" lUen F-Cj I
Art,is the expression of man's joy in his work. You must let
hv.fc,!&k th ha?d d bbin, and then out of the joy
Lh,wABe,.b,eftUty,WHIb! bo' And this beauty mi?
ThTt inroftir1 f man-it the
Cop) right, 1908", by Elbert'llubbard
( Mrs I.. Ij, McCandlcsn; second vice
" "'vuMmmon, nuUIHI VI ITU
'Tim UTien.. MIltM nreslllcilt. Mr. 1, Tonnnv !. t1,lr,1
Tho ililldrcn's ojicip tt i h clso ntP,cc rr,sl'lcnt, llrB. Clarence Cooke;
linml and li.inl ttorlt Is I.cIiir ilono "fcor,l,lnB secretary, Mrs.'ltlehara 1-
by nil l tl,o i,t. Mr lwl r-JnS,riSSf.1-1 FT V0'"
rlvri n,u n, .. ., fc.:. ...'. Kar,en Mls- 5- K, Mjers. (for Ca
Honolulu equal If JyZ'ZI:'' "."
of vhlch bo
prodacllon In llllo.
much has been said.
, Mrs I'lillllps Iiiih clnrco of tho
Morc iiropqrtj npd l buiy. arrnnn
Ing for rcal-trecx", n.wiiul mill, anil
nil tho cul.es and KoodlcH that usual
ly como ut Clulslnias (Imo In Hoi
bind na woll as Amc-rlrn. Mru a..
llllo VOtlttlf ltn liMnn linlttttitr .. til.
tlio (ostlllulllL'. liMltlnc iin nnllprtii
(ror caps, li'imlliiK up woodim sbooi,
ntirl nllnmllncr In IIia'uah il.ii
...... .....,....i.af, ... i(lu TitMuuzt ilt-'Mllia
connected nltli this deiiartmcnt.
Huiih (Vcrnnn Ti-iinc) In to np
p'ear'ln n rrul Dutch nntttino wlilrli
inino direct from llolt.i'nil. Tho
Enomcn wltli their Inns hIkiiI bcnrdi
and pointed caps and bIiocm aro
qunlnt and RioteMiue. Tho fairies
Will look fltCtlV I1H If llliV filntitiii.l
off tho ChrliitmiiH trees. In Oiefr gold
and Blher tinsel.
Tho Christmas fairies nro: I,oe,
Miss Itay Hell: 1'cace. Mlsx ltnili
MtChesney; I'lty, Miss Ueniina Wud
man; Mirth. Miss Helen Snaldlniz:
Joy, MIbs Vera Diimin; Jolllt, Mlhi
llertrudo IteHlarkk.i Tho uttend.inl
fnlrlcs oni: Mlhtes Adelaide l'r.itt,
riorenco While, Knthlccn Ituttniaiin.
Jeanctto Camara. Marie HolL OlaciK
Aucrb.ich, )orotlij Caldron, I'lur-
onco lavin, MnrBnrct Hills, Oladys
KriiRcr, I'e.irl HoiiKh, Dorothy Wln
tpr, Mario D.nlson, Violet Swift, Al
Mnn lllom, Doiothy Aslrley, Miriam
Ovolidon, Allro Woiib,' i:isloV WotiR,
Jllllll Wrlullt. florlrllrln XrpOimAn Al.
Ico llecrnian, MnrRarct Anilrado, llo-
iilnnl Moid, Kle.uior Ilranco. Kvehn
Carrcjra. Allro Oln.
Tho vllhlRO children will ninkn r,
beautiful pltturo nBalnst tho liack
Rround of trees. In their Kay Jcos.
tumcH and pretty raps. Thov urn us
follows': Mlcnon. Itllth nirrinclnnT
Ilettlna, Kranreu nirrliiEton: lVIti!.
Mnlrolm Tuttlo: Karl. Alnn.iM
Smith; ChrlMtlnn, Mary Ho; I.ttn, Ak-
ncs Ilranco; A Vory Mttle llov'. I.io
Watcrhousq; A Very Mttlu Girl, Sy
bil Cartni; Olhors Constanco Cnnn
la, l'lelades CoIIjiuii, Evelyn il)l?irt,
Harriot I)nson, ABnes Aylett, Mniy
SullUan, Mildred HriindaBe, IVanitH
Van Qleson. Acnes Ilninm iinninii
Tnjlbr, Kcnella Miles, Kllzabeth Col-
liurn, Malla Kiimakn, Klliabcth Aj
Ictt, Mary Adams, l.llllan lllart, Hol
Lll Wooduftnl. Itntli lln I'lll,- 11..
llernlco Kiiliiuiniunkii, Clboit Tuttlr,
Tho pitrontKKH urn; Mm. Wnltei
I'rear. Mm. H. It. Dull. Mm i n
Atlierlofi, Mrs. KllzaWh Water-
luniso, Mrs. 8. M. Dam'on, Mrs.'W.
Jt, Castle. Mrs. J I. r, DIlllnKham,
Mis, C. M. Cooke. Mrs. llllcn Wrnvni.
Mrs. James II. C.islle, Mrs. r, vi. ix)w.
loy, MM. V. IJ. Ilottcn. Mrs. Harriet
f'ulPiiMii, Mrs. Westorvolt. Mrs. I,.
I j. McC.indlesH. Mrs (korso l. Cas
tle, Jlrs. Doremus Scudder. Ulrs. .1.
A. Hoppor, MrR. l. C. Jones, Mrs. J.
M. Whitney, Mrs. V. Hoffmann. Mrs.
Officers of tho Treo Kindergarten
Association nro: Presldont. Mrs. The.
odoro Ulchurds; flist vice president,
In clmrce of ODerettn; Mm 7. K iv.
ors, Mrs. ,A.llan Whlio, Mrs. M. Phil
lips, Mrs. Kingsljury, Miss Charlotte
Hall, MIsh Frances Lawrence Mis.
nillcr hns charco of tho tickets and
.doorkeepers. Miss AUco Cooper has
charge of tho ushors and tho list will
bo printed later. ( Do not miss see
ing this children's operetta.
Mrs, Harold Dillingham's mother.
Mrs. H)dc-Smlth. was a nassonircr In
tho Manchuria, and sh,o will spend
tlln U Inter linr.t A i, ..nnnon ftti....
Oertrudo llide-Smlili'a wcddlnir.
wllch appeared In tho Call, Is glycn:
Miss Gertrude Hde-Smlth became
tho bildo of Ilaldwln Wood at nnn
of tho pretty ceremonies of tho week.
but ono Hint was very quietly cele
brated at tho homo of Mrs. Hjde
Smlth, In rillmoro Btreet. Owing to
tho recent bereavement In ihn fnm-
lly, tho scrvlco was marked Jiy ex
tremo simplicity, but the dotalls were
planned In oxqulslto taste, and tlio
llCCOratlOnS Wem the tircltlnul Imnn.
Innhlp for n slmplo wedding, Tho
XVKII.U nnq ICIIU ay mo HCV, UHaS.
Itnmm. the couple standing beforo an
Improvised ultor" In tho drawing
loom. Tho altar was cotcred with
i loth of gold nnd supnorte'd largo
whlto pillars of chrysanthemums,
wlillo masscs,of autumn 'foliage woro
Jmnked about the baso. White was
tlio dominant nolo In, the decoration,
end overywjiero, throughout tho
drawing room, hall, and dining room,
whjto chosanthemums'wero grouped
In tall clusters or Kwnnir frnm litim..
Tlio brldo'B gown was fashlnneil if
lieaw Wlllln Kill I il In llin '..,,. I...
... ....... ... .,u vi'IIU
stylo, cmbulllshed with point lace,
which had adorned tho wedding
ill ess of ncr grandmother. Sho woro
tho conventional veil, caught With a
wreath of orango" blossoms, and her
only ornament was n diamond cres
cent pin, tho-glft of tho bridegroom.
Tho bouquet carried by tho attract
ive lirldo was whlto orchids nnd fin-
Ithcd tho bridal costume.
Mlt.s Helen Dean, tho only attend
nut for tho bride, ncted us maid of
honor, wearing a beautiful dlrcctolro
gown of apricot satin. Miss Dcun
larrled an armful of )ollow chr)t.nn
themiims'.' Thomas Uastland acted
as best man. Two llttlo flowr girls
preceded tho bridal party, "Eleanor
Wcltv. tho Utile nlocn of tlin Inlilo.
groom, and t-'ranccsIntench wear
ing nanny irociis or wmto B1IU and
carrjlng baskets of Cecil Ilruner
Tho lirldo was given nwny by her
cousin, William Horn. Aftor tho
ceremony thero was iui Informal re
ception nnd n wedding suppor for the.
sixty guests, and Mr. and Mrs. Wood
loft for their honeymoon In tho smith
ern part of tho Stnto. Amonc tlio
handsome gowns notlceablo at the
In, elaborated with black lace, while
her daughter, Mrs. Cullcn Wclty,
wore a dlrectolro gown of gray satin,
with black lace Mrs Hjde-Smlth.
mother of'fhc bride, woro a princess
gown of whlto veiling.
The bride is n granddaughter of
tho lljdo family, for whom II) do
street was nimed, and sho Is n niece
of Mrs Alexander (larcenu. She oc
cupies a prominent olaee In mulrlv
nnd Is a favorite In the (laleti Club
air. ami .Mrs Wood will pass their
none) moon in tho tooth and will re
turn to the Ihdo-Smlth Immn In Pill.
more street for tho winter, vvhllo
.Mrs IDdc-Smlth wl 1 en tn linniitiiin
to visit her jounger daughter. Mrj
Harold Dillingham Mr and Mis
Wood are planning n trip to Hurope.
but will not leave until the spring
I'as master Nlrholson. who wis
here with the i'lcet has the follow
ing said about him In the Call
if Volt were n vonnir ninl pvtromnU
happy groom on )our hone) moon and
)ou nail )our ndornblo and adored
one at our side spinning nlong In a
next )e.ir's model sli-c) Under, unl(
formed chattffciired chuc wnco'n In
the City of Angels, second dn) out
from the altnr, and )ou had Just
reacheil )our luxurious hotel and hnd
leached Into )otir Inside pocket for
)ou purse. Intendlnir In the fiillne?
Of Vlllir lin.irt til (111 Urn ilinnff.iir
and then discovered thnt the wallet,
containing n cool JHIOO, was not
there, nor In nnv other nnekel! nml
If, after chugging In frantic haste
with jour agitated nnd embarrasse I
lirldo to tlio depot mid entering the
I'ullman car iou hnd lust Inft. ion
had searched every hook nnd cranny
in the car without finding a trnco of
tho purse would jou not experience)
a gone feeling In jour solar plexus?
Aim If, like Taj master Itlshvvorth
Nicholson. U. S. N. vun were n mini
of ngllltj and resource and chugged
quickly away to tlio office of tho
Pullman superintendent nnd thero
found the missing gold-fllltd wallet.
Would il not relieve Hint irmin fnnl.
Pnjmajtcr Nicholson was married
In Oakland In his mother's home, on
I.I mien street, to Miss Annetto May
I.Uttner. n Mnltlinmc belle. Int
Thursday, ond Immediately nnd qui
etly escaped to I.os Angeles. It was
In front of tho Hotel Alexandria jcj-
terday afternoon that he cot the
shock of tho missing money. He
Went f.irlllAr nnillll la.l nlli, ni.l
intends to find a Barer place for tlio
wallet than under the pillows of his
berth. The next Pullman porter
might not bo so conscientious. '
The banquet given by James S. Mc
Candless to Past Potentato George
i'llmcr of Islam Temple. San I'run-
clsco, last Tuesday night In the
Walklkl dining-room of tho Aloxnn-
ilcr Young Hotel, was a fitting closo
to tlio visit of this distinguished
bhrlncr. Tho decorations wero a
splendid exhibition of tho tasto of
Manager jtcrtsche. Tlio large clicu
lar tablo was surrounded by tho Past
potentates of tho local Shrine, offi
cers of Alohu Temple, and tho Arib
jPatrol. Toastmastcr McCandlcss ear
ly In the evening Btart'ed a nuituil
exchange of pleasant memories of tho
past nnd hopes for tho future. In
which tho names of Islam and Aloha
bore a very prominent part. Thoso
present wero J. S. McCandlcss. Geo.
rilmer'C. V. Murray. J. D. Tucker.
1. C. Abies. Geo. Angus. Lester Pa-
trie, II. T. Moore, W. I Hellbron. C.
S. Hall, A. Wcllbourn. S. Stephen
son, J. M McKlnnon. B. J. Wntor-
man, Matt Ilndsay, T. H. Petrlo, Dr.
M. E. Grossman, Dr. C. D, Wood, Dr.
C. U. Cooper. M. Phillips, J. W. Fran
cis, F. I Wnldron, Donald Mcintvie.
T. R. Wall. J. I.undo. C. A. Mackin
tosh, M. T, Dons, J. A. Ljlc. K. It.
G. Wallace. Geo. A. Martin. J. .1.
Dehor. J. II. Crnlir. It. 1 "Mni-mi- n
d. llockus. E. C. Urown.
"Tho Cliffs." tho Dlumond Henil
rcsldonco of Canon 'und Mrs. Us
borne. Is nn Ideal nlaco for on enter.
tainment and antlclnatlon Is keenly
nnvo in tlio brciistH of thoso bidden
to the danco on Tuesday evenlnir In
hohor of Mr. nnd Mrs.. Claudo l8'
borno and Miss Gordon. Canon and
Mrs. tlsborn'o nro 'decidedly artistic
nnd something bo) ond tho iisunl dec
orations can bo expected for Tuesday
nvonlng, Tho largo Ilvlng-room with
Its hugo fireplace nml unlquo foun
Inln designed by Mr. Gordon Up
borne, nro JovvclHjin "tho world of art.
All nnrmniiH wlmlriw Aninni.i. .V.
......... .,, u4 iimiilJIK lliu
sea makes a plcluro' not soon forgot-
lllll, iinil the flVO or six lftren rnnmn
on cither shlo iro comfortublo places
tor smoking and supper rooms. Tho
Uabornes know to a nlc'ctv lmw in
mako their guests comfiirtnble. The
Invitutlons arc for , eight-thirty, nnd
Ing tho BhortjtWo In ten minutes.'
A lirM tUtln Inn uaoVl... - !.-
Country Club josterday afternoon by
Mrs. Hnffmann In honor nf Mr vin.
cout Kltcat. who wll return to hor
homo In Now Zealand In February.
Tho guest of honor, nlvvajs charming,
looked particularly well In a llngerlo
fiock trimmed with Swiss embroid
eries. A picture h.it covered with
dowers completed the dainty tollotto.
Mrs. Hodman's book of fnrelim m.i.
his wero ve,ry much onjojed nnd ex
wedding was that worn by Mrs. W. n Z "., ',7? "' "" . .. nni1 ?
S Wood, mother of the bridegroom. KV" .7 ', .7 IL'..."."" ,"n.n"cr' ,or
Mrs wnn,i- ,.. w i.T; .'.' "" "".' .""" reuirnon trom n
.-, ,,wVUw qvmu ,, v& nuuv mi -'European trip
beautifully spread, and a set down tea
enjojed tho views on alt sides com
Ing In for a great deal of admiration..
Tho guests Included Sister Albcrilu ,
Sister Beatrice, Mrs. McGrew, Mrs.
du Hoi, Mrs English, Mrs.Vunden
I erg. Miss Illslop, Mrs. Hngens, Miss
Hardnway, Miss Jennie Parko, Mrs.
Ilrnlncrd Smith, Mrs. Ilelser, Mrs.
Charles Ilooth, Mrs. I.nnge, Mrs.
Sihmldt, Miss Maclntire. Mrs. AJ G.
Mrs Walter Frcar entertained In
honor of Mrs, Erdtnan nnd Miss Hess
Woodward )cslcrdi) at n bufff t lunch-
con which was given on the lahal. ,
Cahlmlie" of chrysantliemil'us v;cra
elTi'rtlvol) placed and great bowls of
r liver gray daisies and violets ma'lo
Hie rooms fragrant with their per
fume "Arcidla" vns st u brif anl
tlio shadows cast on tne 'awn f nin in
'all tiees movlnt; gcnti) In iho wind
wero most restful nntl soothing., It
was decidedly n gaj nlfalr, tho chit
chat and laughter making overjbody
Inppj Mrs Krear nlnajs entertains
well and tho atmnsnhero which enfolds
ono nt Arcadia" Is delightfully sooth
ing It was late In tho afternoon 'bo-
fore the last nui st denarted. thaL lit.
tie last word being most reluctantly
Miokcn. Those nrcsent nml Inillei!
weic .Mrs II I' Dillingham, Mrs, Web
ard Cooko, .Mrs A Lewis, .Mrs Philip
AudruHs. Mrs Charles Frailer. Mrs.
Harold Dillingham, Mrs Claude Us
bourne, .Mrs Mnlcolm Maclntjro, Mrs.
Will Whitney, Mrs George Sutton, v
.Mrs. George Cooko, Misses Cthcllnda
Sclncfer, Mnrlon Watcrhouse. Morri
son, Dcatrlco Castle, Margirct Castle,
Leslie Wight, L'lla Wight, Emily Oor-
don, Lily Pat), Madge McCandlcss.
Vera Damon, Jane Wlnne, llernlco
Tho picturesque residence of tho
Charles Wights was tho scene of a
bridge luncheon on Wednesday In hon
or of .Mrs. Philip Andrews. Tho din
lrgroom, opening Into tho conserv-
rtory, was n cool and Inviting place,
nnd tho luxuriant follago of tho plnnt.1- .
attracted nil c)cs Tho guests Includ
ed Mrs Andrew Fuller, Mrs Klebalin -Mrs
Charles Wilder Mrs. 8 0. Wll-
der, Mrs. Ebcn Low, Mrs Mary Giirln,
Mrs. J M Dow sett. Mrs Georco Pot. .
tcr, Misses Margaret nnd Agnes Wajk
cr, MIcb Maclnt) re, Miss Helen Alexander.
There was quite a notable nnssen-
ger list on Sunday going to San
I ranclsco by the Mnnrnlln. Her
Majesty, tho Queen, Prince nnd Prln-"
cess Kalunlnnnole, Prince Tsal-Fu of.
China: His Excellence Tanir Shao-TI:
Judge Llndsaj-, Co. A. G. Hnwcs, Mr.
Walter Dillingham, Airs Upham, wife
of the Lieut. (?omtmnder; Generals. "
Sopcr, Manager Wells, Lawyer
Thompson. Mr. E. J. Lord. Mr. Hooci.
and several other local lights wero
aboard) the monster liner.
Mrs. William Stanley expects to
take her children to Eurono next
jcar to complete their education. Sho
will probabl) bo gono two jeari,
Imvlng her son and daughter In
good schools. Lady Hcrron will ac
compan) her nnd Judgo 8tanloy will
also go mi ns far as New York.
Mrs. Francis Swnnzy was the host
cis of n most en Jo) able bridge dinner
last evening. Nasturtiums In many
vates elaborately nnd artistically
Adorned the table. The rnests Inclml.
cd Captain and Mrs. Itees, Captiln and
Mrs FUV Jlrs. Mnrv1 fllinn Mr A I
0. Atkinson, Mr. HnVr) Whitney."
Tlio latest thine fiOIll Paris seenln
Honolulu Is tho lint tint .vlrs. Wml.
ham's mother brought her when he
urrlvcd In the Manehuili Iht-r Alou
(la), It Is of that new thadu called
toupe an Immeneo affair which suits
XIIss Edna Quiiii. Who Is In noston.
has been having a delightful timo
wniio tno cruiser bcoiu ship "Chester"
was in port. . Dinners, lunches and'
dances followed In quick succession
ond sho was tho belle, par excellence,
of tho affairs. .
, Mr. and-Mra Itanney Scott have tak
en tho von Holt bungalow and tho cot
taga In tho grounds will bo occupied
bv a lurtv of hntrhi-uirit lnrtiiflln i
Major and Mrs. Wlnslow aro stop
ring nt tho Moailll hotel for thn urea.
ent. The Mnjor Is In chargo of all tho
engineer corps stationed hero. i
Mrs. James Wilder will spend tho
winter In Baltimore, with her frlcpd,
Mrs. Allcu Hubblus '(neo Ames).
Mr. mill Mm RWRIIIi' n,., iilnnnln. n
.... ....... ......... h.w i..........a n
largo dllltior for Thanksclvlnc nlirlil
Including nearly nil 'their kin.
Dr. und Mrs. Harvev Murray nrn
soon to build an artistic residence next
tlio Ciinha buugnlow', :'
Miss Ilullcn of Victoria Is a guest
of Mrs. James Cockburn on un'ner
Mrs. Francis Gay Is vlsltlnr; her
rot-It lit. tint h.S '.. 1I..1 f,'.
parents, Judgu and 'Mrs. Hart, for" two
weeks. ' ,
Mrs. Charges Hnllnunv Ib Bii.nl.,
tho winter In Iloston, Massachusetts.
Mrs. F. M. Swunzv Is pnlertnlnlni-
houso party at Koaluu over Sundaj-.
Cantnln TTuninlirai la il.ltl.... .
Tho long tabic w as ' ralrchllils on Kauai,
k. JiaSitfc--Afk. , ,LBiP