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EVENING nULLHTtN, HONOMJMI, T. H SATURDAY, SEPT. 11, 100D
SCIENTIFIC DYEING and CLEANING
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We have secured the exclusive Honolulu Agency for the famous F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing
Works of San Francisco.
We will now undertake to clean or dye the most delicate textile fabrics, ostrich feathers, etc., .
at Coast prices, and will guarantee all work.
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco by every steamer and be back by return steamer.
The French Laundry
J. ABADIE, Prop.
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Kim!" (Sealllo) In Ha
21 publishes tho fil-1
lsSUU of Aug,
Mr. Augustus P. Knuihen, chnlr
m.'vti of tin- Hawaii Cummltslon, anil
Mrs. KuudMn li.ivu tailed linndsumo
cauls of Invitation hearing ttio fol
lowing lnseilpton: "Tho Hawaii
Commission of lliu Department of
llio Intel lor to tlio Alaska-Yukon-Pnelfle
Imposition iciiii'sts tlio plen's
tiro of j our prcsenco ill tho Washing
tnn Slate Hull ling on 'I'll nif iln '
evening AtlRii t tlio twcnty.slxlh.
nliu'tecn liunilreil n ml nine. Danc
ing at half tifler eight o'thick."
Til In iccopllon will In- a notalilo
tat Ion nt tlio north Kali1, allow tlio
Milium. Mies anil carriages of tlio
,ucs(h to ilrlvn Into tliu ground to
tlio entrance of t!iu Washington
A delightful concert was given nt
Urn Hawaiian Opera lluuso Monday
evening, by tlio Withers Cdmpnny
which was ii niiulcnl treat In every
way to tho tmall midlcuco present.
Mr, Witlierii Ii himself an artist of
no mean nliillty In pla'lng the vlo
luiuello, while Madam I'lzj's woik
en the piano shows skill anil talent ,
uml as well as teehtiliine, Mr. Ilcn-
nelt'H mugs were well received; lib I
day's round of gnyoty closed with a as tho warships entered tho harbor. InR garb for cooler, moro Honolulu.
Hplendld rccoptlon In l.lhuo Hall, , Walklkl Ueach was n fuvorlto vonlugo ' like frocks, wcro awaiting tho docking
where the prominent men of the place, ground for watching tho npproach ofjof their respective Imslianils' ships!
in terms of sincerity and enjoyment, tho ships, ninl tho sight was Indeed In. I when tho fleet fame In, Tho young.)
e:i iirteit their warmest welcomo to spiting ns tho line of hoats eamo j est and most Ktlto of tlio fair visitors .
11 j visitors from far-ort Washington, a-omul Diamond Head ami camo Into 'is Mrs. V. H. Howcta charming llttlo
thu, hnrbor In slnglo fllo to tho cheer-! Ilalllmiiro girl ami a bride of thrco
Tho Farewell Concert hy tho Vltli Ing of thousands of voices. Why oven ' motuhs. the wlfn of Kiulgu Howo of'
era Comiiany on Wednesday eve eg tho most Indifferent or that csmopol.! the I'er.npylvanla. Another handsonio
.vas an enjoynblo affair throughout' Itnn gathering of on-lookcrs Chln-'to, mid charming woman to nrrlvo Is Mrs.
and n larger nnil moro appreciative Japanese, Portuguese, Porto lllrnns, III. J. Zlegemolcr, wlfo of Lieutenant
aiullenco than that of Monday rveji- Hawaiian! niul Americans could not Commander Zlcgi'inelor or tho flagship
ing, lestllled silently to the skill and help living thrilled with patriotism an 1" West Ylwnla. Others to nrrlvo nro'
urtlstlc talent of the artists. Undouli- loyalty to tlio country or their birth or
silly tlio most plcasli.g numlier on llo adoption. If yesterday's doinunstr.i
piogram wns .Mr. Charles Ueuuctt's Hon Is any criterion, tlio officers and
londlllon of "Mandalay," sung In a i enlisted men will havo a royal good
thoroughly charming manner. Ho; time as long as they stay tn Honolulu
i ung "All Through tho Night," a .harbor.
wlerd Wlch air, and a loiichlag Irish
ditty, "Father O'l'lynn," for his en
cores. Andanto mid Finale (from Son.ita)
and Iiitoroillng event (oniblnlng, na b.nllnnc wiloo Is pine and well train- I Madame Elxy and Mr. Withers.
U will, many Hawaiian rcaliires witu til. A'lnjetnor tliu conreit was well
u conventional evening recopllom ltyiU'.rrvlng a much larger gathering
ti happy cninuiiciicu rcvcrnl toniii
i tlou nxlvt Hint will tiring to tho olll
telK and their wives of tho IMrlfle
Heel, to whom Hawaii ami Its charm
ing hospitality is mi well known.
Tlmm will lin here nt Hint Itlun Ihn
II, S. heads of the, Forostry and ltu-'-c'jin,-t:
I'laiuiiiiuu cmviui-, iwii iiipiL'n in
which Hawaii is most vitally Inter
ested. Mr, Hu4iuor. federal forester
nl tho Inl.iul i. will iiho ho present.
Thciu wilt lie the Hawaiian hand,
wlioho miiklc will alternato with that;
of our own Wagner. Many rtsldcnts
or th llanil:i will bo present, and
tho Hawaiian girls wilt assist nt tho
punch howls, mid in every way pos
nllilu the hospllablo aplilt of Hawaii
Tho hcauttriil Washington State
llulldlng will bo ducoialed with
palms, (lowers and tho entwined col
ors of Hawaii and the United Stales.
Dancing will contlnuo thioiighoiit
tho evening to the alternating music
of tho Hawaiian ami Wagner bauds.
Tim receiving lino will ho com
posed of Mr, and Mrs. Augustus F,
KniiiUcii and other members of tho
Hawaiian Commission and the fol
lowing distinguished guests: Secre
tary of tho .Interior Itlcliilrd A. Ual
linger and Mrs. llalllngcr, Hear Ad
miral Sebrcc, Commander-in-Chief
of tho Pacific Fleet and Mis. Sehreoi
Hear Admlial and Mrs. Hodgcrs;
lion. (Ilfrdid l'inehot, Chief Forester
of Ilia V. B.: Hon, F. 11. Newell,
Chitf or IliiVlti'i laiiiMtlnn Snrvlcn;
Prufldent and Mrs. R. ChllheiiiN
My. mid Mih. I, A, Nndcaii, Mr. and
Mrs. Jur.lali Collins, .Mr. Hnlph Il03
mei. Federal Forestur of Hawaii.
Assisting tho host and hostess in
oiilerttilnlng will bo Mrs. .1, C.
Haines, Mr, anil Mrs. D.inlul Kello
lier, .Mr, and Mis. Ilernard Pelly. Mr.
mid Mrs, James D. I.owinan, Judgu
mid Mrs. Ilurke, Mr, and Mrs. Chas.
D. Htlmoii, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwlu A.
Stimit, Mr, and Mrs. Alexander j.
SleKwan, Mm. Cliailes a. Jiilinson,
Mr. mill Mrs. Harry W. Treat, Mr.
mid Mrs. Frederic. Kail Struve, Mr.
and Mis. Henry Dickenson, Kir, mid
Mrs. Beton I.lndsny, Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Kouy, Captain Larimer, U. 8. N'
iind Mis. I.arluicr, Mr, nnd Mrs. C.
J. Hmltli, Mr. and Mis. K. It. Adams,
Mr. ami Mrs, II. M. Wilcox, or Now
Yoik: Mr. mid Mis, J, C, C, Kdcii,
Piesldoiit Thomas Kauo nnd Mis.
Kune, Mr, and M,rs. (inrdou Paxton
I'alne.'of llnltlmorn; Prof, nml Mis.
V., S. Meany, Prof, Mlliior Kohurts.
Ml.is Hohorls and .Miss Peachy, or
Washington, D. C.
Tho Daughter of tho American
Hevoliitlou will hu represented by
Mis. Do II, Handolph Kclm, Hon,or
nry Vice-President (iencrnl of tho D.
A. H.; Mrs. J. Kllcn Foster, Wash
ington, D. 0.: Miss Janet Hlchards,
Washington, D. ().; Mis. Clove, re
gent or tho State or Fashliigton;
Mrs. Triimhiill, Vlco-S,ato Hegcut;
Mis. John I.cary, Mrs. John Wallaro
nml Mrs. Parrli.li.
Tho carib or admission accompany
ing tho Invitation will, upon prcuen-
of iiiiisI; loving people. Tho pro-'
Sonata In F M-iJ, (first movement)
for pianoforte r.:i,l vtoloucella .,
Miss Jlaruerllo l7.v and Mr. Herbert
Mng Scliom die niumc, Dlo
Illation Rathsei, l.lehesselineu St..
Mr. Charles Bennett,
rianoforle So'os Valso AublleeMI.Isxt
Humorerqiio Tschnlkowsky ,
Mini'. Marguerite i:ixy
(a) Mazurka (No. 1)
Mr. Charles Dennett.
(a) Homanca Sans Paroles
Violoncello Holoa Cuiminotta ....
Rcliervn . .Vnn Ooerfs j.lnnorrto uoUm
.'tl llt-liJ.-lt ItllllURI,
Song' I Attcmrt from trove's Sick-.
At Twilight Nuvln
Tlmo Was I Hoved tho Mountains
Mr. Charles Dennett.
Plonofqrlo Solos Hungarian Illin-
soillo (No. 13) I.lsxxt
Mmo. Marguerite Klzy.
Songs Tho Illuo Hills or Antrim ..
Wlicj Is Sylvia? Schubert
Tho l.a:k Now Ixaves
Mr. Charlei Dennett.
Vlnlotirclo So'o Czardas (Hunga
rian D-iucc) A. Fischer
Mr. HorbTt Wllh'ers.
A ojb'cg-am wi lecelved rroni Mrs.
C. II. Cooper dirlng tho wcok an
linuncitiM her nife ai rival In San, Fran
el c". Mrs, Ci).sr has been away
h1:i" Januaiy, liavollng In Kiiropo nml
In tho Slates also. ,
The visit or the Congicjslonal party
to Kaiul win Ill'e.l with une.peetod
n:nf dnllg'.ilful til p-lroi nt overy turn
ur-1 comprl ed a fall ih:' or raro and
novel enjovnirm lor tho whole party
licscnt. 'i up Miiiuo, Koi nrrlvol at
Nav.lllwlll it iliyllglit, whore fourteen
uutnnmliltes In waiting transporteil tho
KiuiM? til l.lhuo lintel, whoro light re-
frerhnumls iveia sorvid, Brojkfust
was iered oa Inard tlio stcanior nt
Ilanilel. fiIlowivl by an Interesting
riuiso along tho coast to Walinen,
wlinio tho guests wore landed, and con-
ejil by nutos to tho rosidcuco of Mr.
mil Mrs. Fr.vicls'Gay, who entertained
them nil nt lunch, Thp spacious and
bonutiriil grounds or tho Clay rcsl.
lieiico hud previously been lavishly
decorated for the occasion ami the 10
Hiilt was Mlperb, csix-clally In tho arb
or wheiu tlio lunch tables wero set.
Judgo and Mrs. Hart, Mr. and Mrs.
(lay ami Mr. anil Mrs.'ICtston receive'!
tho guusts, Ono of tho first ourprlsos
In Moro lor tho guests was mi uug up.
in Ilium thorn when tluiy witnessed a
splendid oxhlhitlon of pa-u riding. A
speedy rldo by auto In tho other di
rection brought tho guests again In
I.lhup, whoro a beiy of pretty young
Japanese women acted as waitresses
ami bcneri trays of lefreshlug lemon
ndo, another pleasant surprlsol Tlie
citizens of l.lhuo very cordially wel
(omei tho guests Into their private
homes nml entertained them all at
dinner that oicnlue, and later the
Song: Tho Two Grenadiers. Schumann
Mr. Chailcs Ihimett.
(h) Scherzo McDowell
Ylolonpello biilos: Konati In A (by
, special request) , ,
Mr. Herbert Withers.
(a) Illrds In tho High Hull Gar
den Somen Mo
(h) Tho Yeoman of England ..
Mr. Charles Dennett.
Halclwn Hotel has hecoina n much
iiiiuo popular placo of sojourn since
Mr. and Mrs. Kimball have been dom
iciled there. Mr. Kimball Is Indeed n
j popular manager and his hosts of
irlemls In Honolulu enjoy many n
brief trip to tho popular Wclalua hos.
tclry, where they aro surii of tccelvlug
tho "glad hand". Last .Saturday w.u
un es'Clally gay sceno at tluletw.i
when tho Cniigrosrlomil, patty and oth
ers who look the trip around tho Is
land t.tnpiHid for luncheon
Mrs. Tanner, Miss J. Tanner and Mrs.
There arc nil sortu ofi rumors ndoat
concerning an engagement In tho
jnunger social let which. It Is" said,
will soon he iinwiuiireif, but so far the
happy possessors or the secret refuse
to divulge llio news ftintll they nro
given permission by tho tw'u young
pcoi la most Interested In the matter.
"Murder will out," however, and tin
doubt, before another week Is ovpr tho
happy eouplo will bo accepting tho
congratulations of tho hosts of friends
they both possess In Honolulu.
The now Academy of tlio Sacred
Heart at KiiltmiM was finin'illy up
on T lll'ir I lilnL Ollllll.l 1IIICI liutlll nun Uf-
Day. and on Sunday, qullo n rmnilw "'""", " '"- " i""
r ,w..,..i,. ,nir.uin,.i irfoi,.,!!.,.. i,,. ' IarB Sphering of Interested
Wulter Jlrlnc'iorhirr Mrs. TV W. Dntn
on, Miss Violet Damon and Cyril Dam
on, Mr. an I Mri. llottomluy, Mr, J, A.
McKimion. Mr. Waldron nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Armtlugo.
Miss Knihiy.) Hitcier. u'rt critic for
I siicctntors. Mttslc was furnlnhed for
the occasion by the St. Louis Col
lege Orchestra and n brilliant and
forceful address was delivered hy
Hon, J. A. Hughes. Illshop Libert,
assisted hy n number or well known
priests officiated nt the Dedlcntory
Tho Misses Sopor gnvo a small and
China who are kamnalnns on the wat
ery pathway from the coast to the
Orient, this being Mrs. Mcrrlmnn's
fifth vllt to Honolulu. They nro
bound for their homo In Shanghm.
Tho wedding of Miss Marie L. Col
man nnd Herbert Hiuiley Simpson
will take place nt the residence of
the bride's Bister, Mrs. .1. J. Llnde
mnn, on Wednesday evening, Sep
tember 22, It will be n quiet wed
ding, only relatives and a few Inti
mate frlcnrs being invited, ,
During tho week word was reecho J
in Honolulu or tho sudden death of
Mrs. Chater, daughter or Ciller Justice
Hartuell, at her lioniu lu Natlck, .Mas.
sachiisetls. 1 tut symiiathy or ininy
friends goes out to Mrs. Chafer's rel
atives ln Honolulu lu their sad ho-reacmciit.
Mhs Violet Damon Is receiving tho
congratulations of her many friends (
on her engagement to Dr. Putnam or
Kauai, which Is pleasing new to her
friends. She Is n charming girl and
exceedingly (sipular In tho joungcr
social set, who wish her much happi
ness nml rosperlty.
Mr. Michael Jameson of Illshop &
Co., Is expected back next Friday on
tho Makurn with his bride, formerly
Miss Uiillcn of Victoria. Mr. and Mrs.
Jameson have taken the John Cooks
houso on tho upper Mnnoa road unit
will occupy It Immediately upon their
where TJr Dlneg.ir will engago III tho
practice or medicine.
Judge and Mrs. Halloa departed
on Sunday on the Miiunii Kea vltli
the Congressional Party for KhiiiiI.
They will reinnln there for several
Clioiiln ' ""' l-' Angeles Ilciald, who Is a
ii, !.-!.,,! n...,,. ii..i,i,.nr tui'Oilg i iiUBSiMi.'or on the Clilna. Willi
"t -. u . w.. .. ... ....r,. I i I -,-,.-. C....W " ...M. u..v.
Uy iipeeiai reuueti.; ,.....- .. ... .... . o.,M. ..,.,, ..MO . imuruiui ie on eu:iusiiuy uiieniouii
Mudamo Klxy. I " guest yesterday or Mrs. Jojin Tran-Jio n number or friends who wVro ro
Mandalny ..,.V. W. Hedgcock ' holm Warren, tho two being rellow ccntly gucBta together at the Volcano
(Hy special request.) . iiicniuom oi uie nuiuiicrn vaiuorniai House. Among those present were
Women'B Press Club. Mlis Huckerl Mrs. Hottomley. Mrs. Sonthgate, Mrs.
will siicnd a year stuillng the art of. Usborno, Mrs. Daley, a guest or tho
Japan especially ns It Is exemplified
Mrs. HaUtcad mid Mrs. Lackland
have returned to their home on Ma
klkl Street, after spending several
weeks' very delightfully lit llalelw.i
'Dr. Frank Lawrence Putnam of
Llhue, Kauai, whow engagement to
Miss Violet Dimon was miiioomcil
last week, returned to his home on
tho steamer Klrt.-.u on Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ogg or Pnlinlu Plan
tation arrived on the last Manna
Liu, mid will tour the Stales mid
poislbly Kuuipc lofoio returning to
Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Davis nnd
Miss Mlldied Davis of Altadena, one
or the attractive luhuihs or Pasade
na, California, who arrived tccral
weeks ngn In Honolulu havo tal.cn
n milage at . IfiSli I'em.ieola ttreet
nnd will leinaln hero du.'iug Sep
tember. Miss Until Dlcl:ersi.n who has
been the guest or cousins nt Scliu
Held liar rucks left W ductility for
her home in His state.) after a de
Miss nilu Mm ray it spending her
CnpTalu W. U. Scales of the Fifth ' vacation on Maul us the guckt of her
Davldoff In the bronzes .ii '
RteiRtlllng, mil will
who it shu will i
(b) Elfentanz Popper .later go on to Italy
Mr. Herbert Withers. i study Lculpture. In connection wIMi
The signal yesterday morning
tho approach or tl0 Pacific Fleet to
Honolulu lured n groat host or people
jher art-stud; she will do some writing
or , w till,, nwnv
Tho ndvanco guard of tho ntvy nt.
from their homes all over town, and incn.who will spend tho coming lunutli
caused an exodus tn tho waterfront. ' In lrruiolulii arrived yesterday on tlo
which was crowded with happy fnces China, nnd quickly exchanging travel
Plensnntnu, Mrs. Coburn nrd others,
Miss llortha Clark, who spent tho
Inst month of her vacation In Hono
lulu left 'un the Maumi Kea Tues
day for Kohnla whero sho Is one or
tho faculty of the Girls' Seminary.
Mrr. W, L. Merrlman nnd Sllss lor
othy Merrlman worn among tho
through passengers yesterday on the
Marriage a la Mode
Hy MRS. HUMPHREY WARD
This is Mrs. Ward's first novel, the scene of whicji
is laid partially in America, and Daphne Floyd,
with her beauty and wealth and self-confidence and
proud jealpusyf is a fascinating and bewildering
creation. The story pictures vividly some funda
mental differences between American and English
character and social customs. The most popular
of the day.
Four Illustrations in Color
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
Alcander Young Big.
Cavalry, who was ono or the nmccrs
to take part In shooting competitions
nt Monterey nnd Fort Sheridan. Is re
turning on tho Logan with Mrs. Scales,
who has been visiting in Los Angeles.
Lieut. Pardee of tho Twentieth In
fantry, who recently went up to lli
Coast to participate In n shooting
competition. Is expvetod hack next
week on the transport Uigan. Hu will
bo accompanied by his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drown and lit
tle son, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Atkinson
and llttlo "Jock" Walker returned this
week from n.pleasnqt anting of several
weeks spent In tho mountains up on
Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Hatch will
entertain tho members of the Congres
slonnl party next Tuesday evening nt
"Sans Soucl," nt a chowder supiior.
The guests who will number about
forty In ait, are anticipating a delight
1 nl evening,
Miss Mabel Humes of Los Angeles
sister, Mrs. Guy Owens, nml will ro-
main theio beicrul weeks longer.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sovcrnn:e or
Illio, havo returned home, after t.Tt
nbsence of EyAc:ul months on tho
Miss Kvclyn do la Nux, who has
been spending the tiimiucr with iter
father returned to Honolulu last
week on the Miiuna Kea.
Dr. Charles D. Coo-ior left Wednes
day on tho -lighthouse tender Kukul
ton ! leisure trip to Maui and Is ex
pected hack today or tomorrow,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Faxon Bishop nnd
Miss Cordle Wulker nro booked to de
part for Victoria on tho Marama about
the middle of October,
Dr. and Mrs. Mctlrcw nnd Mis.
Cooper will return homo on tho Lur
lino, balling from San Francisco Sep
Miss Mabel Barnes, who has been
Ix weeks El"HiK Boveral weeks at Mrs. Gruy's
who has spent tho past six weeks '" '-' . m .Mrs. ..ray s
most dellglitrully lick, left on tho on ,K"'B cnartcl on tho Ala-
Mt-uu iwi nwi iiuniu in iijj AOKCIL'S,1
Mrs. Frleio, tho wlfo of Purser Frlolo
of tho Manna Lna, has been spending
Alameda for hnr homo leaving ninny
friends mid admirers to regret her
Armlgcr Dredge, n son of Mr. mid several weeks very happily with Mis,
Mis. Theodore Ilreden nf flnl.l.irfil. Hacker or Hawaii.
Cat., and grandnou or Mr. Alexander
Young, arrived on the China to vi
sit Mritnd ,Mrs, von Hiuum,
Dr, and Mis. Dlneg.tr, with tliolr
two children, left on the Alameda ti
reshlo permanently in Now York City,
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
rvR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
J-' ruFtM m uinim rpiiitifipo
IttrnnTfi Tin. Tln-lUS
MKkU. Moth I -rid--,
K-MlJ. Mid Mitt 1ii-m,
on txiauljr Kitojtl.
Ii i hjru!M i
la irotrlr u-'
ltd of uiltm
y y ii .7 s- hi. - i.,i.
ft 111 UM tMS.
1 racutnmr nd
'fJoMi-Minl'-i CrrMin W" bmfui ( U
klit jtm-artiluii ' t t t y H ormir w.d J utf
(UXLHOfUllficp.. 3 UiuliU- Sired, RewV
i ty v i
Mlrs Nellie Mclean Is n favorllo
guest at, tho Volcano House, ami is
very popular with all who h'aye lately
Miss Jean Wlnno was' an outward
bound passengeis on thu Aluinedu, j
going up to Oakland to continue herW
Mrs. Mary (limn was a returning
passenger from tho Coast yesterday,
arriving on tho China.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James A. Wilder ato
returning from Tantalus to thu Wilder
bungalow at Walklkl.
Miss, Kihel Monsarrut returned from
u vacation tilp to thu Coast on thu
Lteanikht1: China jestcrday.
Mr. A Hlco camo down from Knu
al on the Klnnu last Sunday,
' r bi -i" ordj Bullitln,