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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATI'IUJAY, NOV. C, 1000.
SOCIAL CHATTER isse HOME TALK
Hallowe'en Party at the Residence souvenirs of the occasion
of General Soner.
Little Miss Hiith Soper, youngest
daughter of General 3. II. Sopor on
tortnlncd a number .or her friends
Saturday evening last In a most hap
py manner. Thirty four young folk
were bidden to enjoy Miss Kuth's
hospitality. The usual Hallowe'en
festivities were Indulged In, and the
.decorations were suitable to tne
evening celebrated. A life size slurr
ed witch, most realistic, stood guard
01,1110 hall entrance; a large tent In
the. spacious grounds in which re
freshments were served, was cover
ed on the exterior with posters of
black cats, goblins and witches. ,Thc
interior was hung with Jac'o'lan
tcrns, pumpkins with the seeds
scooped out, eyes, nose and mouth
carved In them, ns well as hideously
large teeth, with tho lighted candle
Inside, mode these pumpkins most
grotesque. Delicious refreshments
were served, and n dellghtul even
ing passed so quickly, that the young
guests were most reluctant to leave
all these pleasures.
A Birthday Anniversary.
On Saturday, Oct. 30, the home or
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lindsay of Pnln,
Maul, was the Bcene of a very de
lightful event, It being the birthday
anniversary of Mrs. Charles Loev
land. Some of the friends sho had
l'nown for many years were present
from dlfferont part of Maul. Even
nature contributed ItB share of sun
shine, balmy breeze and flowers, the
rooms being filled with the frng
rancu of pinks, roses and violets.
Dinner was served at the noon
hour, the table being artistically
decorated with violet, green and
Following the dinner all retired
to the parlor,, where social enjoy
ments wcie In order. Tho friends of
Mrs. Loveland extended many wish
es for a happy New Year, and con
sidered it a great honor and privi
lege to celebrate another mllo utono
with their esteemed friend.
Judge and Mr. Hatch's Sinner.
judge anil Airs, irancis nnicn,
who have been bo extensively cntcr
tnlncd by their old friends In Ho
nolulu, were' hosts and hostess at a
dinner, Sunday evening, at their
homo San Snticl, the decorations were
planned to carry out the spirit of
Hallowo'cn, a huge pumpkin which
was "hollowed out" and lighted by
n candle, formed the centerpiece,
white grotcsquo witches, and gob
lins were scattered over the table,
black cats cut out of card hoard,
served as name cards, and promoted
much mirth. Those present were
Judge and Mrs. Hatch, Judge and
Mrs. Ilallou, Doctor and Mrs. Hobdy,
Mr. and Mrs. Gcrrlt Wilder, Miss
Jesslo Kaufman, Miss Harriet Hatch,
Mrs. Ralph Forster, Mrs. Walbrldge,
Doctor Hedeman and Colonel Schuy
ler. Mrs. Winilow's Luncheon.
I'lnk begonias mado n very effec
tive decoration at the luncheon giv
en Tuesday, by Mrs. Wlnslow U. 8.
A. at their home at Walklkl. Mrs.
Uriel Sebree was the guest of hon
or. After luncheon a musical after
noon was enjoyed. Mrs. Sebree who
Is a finished pianist, played delight
llrown On nrrlvajj all the young i
pcoplo took a bwIiii In tho cement i
tank, which Is one of tho largest
fresh water .toiikB,ln tho Island. Af
ter n delight dip, luncheon was serv
ed under the beautiful trees, and It
Is needless to say, that Justice was
done to tho bountiful nnd elnliomto
repast. Mrs. C. Hollo way, Mrs. Ful
ler and Mis. Jock Dowseit acted us
thnperones. Among tlie oung pco
plo present were Miss 1211a Wight,
Miss Alice Hedeman, Miss IJIsa
Schncfer, Miss Dorothy Moshcr. Miss
Carolina Hi von. MIbs Harriet Hatch,
Mies Stephen, 'Miss Allco Itoth and
Miss N'oin Sturgeon, Mr. Oeorgo
Drown, Mi. Farrnr, Mr. Iliuco Cntt
wrlght Jr., Mr. liob MiCorrlston, Mr.
Kendall, Lieutenant Kilgnrc, Mr.
day evening. Progressive pedro was
tho entertaining featiuu. nlier which
light refreshment.) weie served.
Among those present vveio Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ormlston, Mr. nnd Mis. Schneii
Ing, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hideout, Mr. nnd
Mrs. l'atten. Mr. nnd Mrs. Foster,
Mis. Smith, Mrs. Iloyd, Mrs. Wright,
Mr. Clyde Wright, Mr, C. l Mer-
Tho hookupu lo lie given at tho
new Army Orphnnngo In Mnno.i Val
ley, on Tucsday'thc ninth of Novcm-
tired Army Olllcer, tesldlng In San (l(Mi pupcts, the supper was served
Diego, California. During Mrs. Se- H large tent at tho iear of tho
bree's sojourn hcie', she hns been Con, ill's ii'sldcnro uiid the entlio
much cntcrtnlued, which piovoa lh.it giouhd were brilliantly Illuminated
clie Is a most wclrouio addition to Wlth electric Hnlits. The tables.
Honolulu society, nnd her ubjutico
will leave a great void.
Mr. and Mrs. Somers, the pnr
cnts of Mrs. William Kawlln,
who have been visiting their daugh
ter at her attractive home on Wil
der Avenue, returiK'd on tho Man
clmrln to their home In llridgcporl,
Connecticut, where Mr. Somers Is a
iter, will commence at thice o'clock,
and continue till five thirty In thelnuin of piomlnence,
afternoon. Mr. Lewis of Ihe Stock
Yard Stnbles has generously offered . Mr. Perry nnd Mr. Klrkpatrlck,
the seivlce of his automobile tally- two Honolulu joung men, have been
ho to tho home for two hours on that In the district since Friday. Tliev
left San I'iniirlsKi Tuesday the ref
und of November. Aiming her pan
scngers arc .Mr. and Mm. K !. leu
ney and tlulr daughter, Mlsj Tell
ncy. Sunday Dr. and Mis. Huffman en
terminal Inroiiiiallv ' nt dinner nt
their attractive bungalow In Nun
ami Valley; pink blgonlas wcie un-1
ns a tabic decoratlcn.
Dr. Ilond returned from court on
the Mnuna I.011. With him rami- Dif
mil Mis. (looillme, who me en route
for I.uiopo to attend n medical ton-
Sherwood Lowrcy, Mrs. Frederick afternoon, to carry visitors from tho hnvo been at tho Volinno. Mr.
Lowrcy, Mr. Alllton Joutaii mid Mr,
Mr. W. W. Thayer's Luncheon.
Mrs. Wade Warren Thajer cnler-
talned Thursday nt luncheon, In
end of the Mnnon car line to the Klrkpatrlck Is connected with tho
Orphanage. This car has a seating Hawaiian Realty Company. He left
rapacity for twenty four persons, on the Mounn Loa. Mr. Peny ro
und will bo of grout assistance It mains until Fildny Kohala Midget.
Is hoped that the public will Inltnte
Mr. Lewis' generosity and respond 1 rldny evening Doctor and Mrs
honor of Mrs. George Carter; the ta- to tho appeal of these hard workers Hobdy entertained Infoimally at illn-
blo was decorated In exquisite cut i for such a noble cntitc, with a lib
flowers, with dainty place cards to.eral donation, and don't foigct to
match. Among those present were send n Rood cow.
Mrs. Wade Wnrren Thayer, Mrs
Georgo Carter, Mrs. Charles Wight,
Miss Cniollne Green nnd the Misses
Mis. .1. Mist entertained In honor
Midshipman Samuel Wilder King,
Hawnlt's representative at Annapo-
ncr at their homo on College Hills.
Aiiioiik their guests weie Major and
Mrs. Wadhams of I'ort Shaftcr and
loaded with all sorts of Oilentnl de
licacies, wore placed in omul a plno
tree, which was lighted by colored
clccrlc llghs, and ornamented with
artificial cherry blossoms, reminding
ono of n huge Christmas tree. Red
and white bunting, was also used
for decorations mid nil this made n
most pleasing effect. Japanese actors
performed dutlng the evening, nn
orchestra, under the Icadeishln of
Mr. Dili, pla.ved during tho banquet Ries. Kohula Midget
and when they played Klmlgayo (the
Japanese National air), tho guests
niose with cue nccoid. Consul (icn
crnl Uj'cno, has proven himself nn
ideal host, us the different functions
over which he presided with such
dignity and charm of manner fully
Lelghton Hind, who hns been de
tained from his school vvoik(lu tho
Hitchcock Military Institute at San
Rafael, Cal will enter Punahou for
the rcmnlndcr of the year In n few
Doctor and Mrs. Judd relumed
Inst week from n pleasant trip on
Moloknl and the Island of Lnnal.
Doctor and Mis. Hndgers, depnit
ed for tho Coast on the steamer
China, Octobci thirtieth.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Case Dcerlng. I weeks. He has been visiting nt
Tho subjects of the Kmpcior
Havvl. Kohala Midget,
The many friends of Mrs. Austin
and Miss Mary L. Gardner, formerly
of Knhnla, will sympathize with
them In tho iccent death of their
lis, the son of former Minister of tho Jnp.in spent a busy day Wednesday
Interior King of Honolulu, will gra- J the third of November, In cclebrnt
duato in June 1910, and enter upon I ing their Sovereign's fifty seventh
nf Mi nt.,1 Mm InttitAVfiti Tlnifu.ln V i n t.a.n ,anro oar. u.-rvl.'.. in mrilrn l'tllla. 111 I t IlllltV I'lflni tlin lilfltoat tfi till
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evening at her homo In Mnnon Val- self eligible for the rnnk of ensign. lowest cIbbs of his subjects, all vied sister, .Mrs. Charlotto Gardner Wn-
lcy. Mis. Jnmlecon Is one of Hono-jllo is a bright young fellow, nnd Is , In their zeal of showing their hon- tors, In Cleveland, only ten days
lulu's recent brides, this attractive Cadet Officer in the ginduatlng class, j or, and devotion lo His Imperial Ma- after taking possession of her new
young woman was n Miss llullcn, nnd , and Assistant Kdltor of the 19 lu Jesty. A reception nt the Consulate home Kohala Midget,
during her stay In Honolulu, Inst Annual, which Is a handsome publt- held from nine o'clock until ten tlilr-
fully, while Mrs. L. Tenncy Pack ' year, made n host of friends. Among cation a credit to any collego or ty was exclusively for Japanese sub- Next Tuesday, Nov. 9, Is the C8lh
sang; her singing being greatly en-
Joyed by tho select audience. Among
whlto. Over this was nn archway the guests were Mrs. Uriel Sebree,
of violet and white twisted crepe Mrs. Corvvln Rees. Mrx. Joseph Gll
pnper, extending from the center to man, Mrs. L. Tenney Peck. Mrs.
tho four corners of the table, -with i Crco, wlfo of Major Crco of the Ar-
l.(l.ntaaa t tlnl.aiaa Inln.ltiilnul In I tlllaa-.a It CI ft It.... n. ........ tl I
.11111) .j, o. v., mm. i-iiiiiuiu u. a
A., Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Ward, wlfo
thojc present nt tho dinner vvcro university. As Midshipman King Is Jecta, from ten thirty to the noon anniversary of the birth of Ills Ma-
Mr. and Mis. II. M. S. Mist, Mr. and n Honolulu boy, his career will be hour Consul General Uyeno, assisted Jesty. King IMvvard VII. A recep-
bunches of violets Intertwined. In
tho center of tho tnble was a largo
birthday rake surrounded by seventy-live
candles which shed a birth
day light as tho honored friend nnd
her guests were seated befort a most
beautiful repast. At each plato was
n card, on one side of which was a
liand-pninted violet, while on tho
other, appropriate lines were writ
ten of tho same, also a small paste
board flower pot containing a violet
plnnt. These and buttonhole bo
quets of violet, were, tnhen nwny as
of Lieutenant Ward U. 8. A. and
Mr. Geonrc Brown's House Party.
Mr. Georgo tlrown's House Party,
which was given at Ford'B Island,
Inst Sunday was a great success. Tho
party left Honolulu about nine in
the morning, nnd motored to Pearl
Harbor where a launch wns awaiting
them, which took the party to Ford's
Island, tho country homo ot Mr.
Mrs. Jutnlchon, Doctor and Mrs.
Hobdy, Mlfij Mist and .Mr. Itihcrl
More than fifty attended tho so
cial of Union Church nt the Manso
Friday evening. Stafford Austin nnd
Douglnss Ilond wcie tied for the
watched with Interna.
by Vice-Consul Ide, in full military tlnn will be hi 1.1 nt tho Ilritlsh Con-
legalla lecclvcd distinguished icpre- Hiilnle on that day between the
It's Up To You
Mr. and Mrs. James Keeley of Chi- rentatlves of -tit nations. The Unit-
crso. Mr. Keeley Is the L'dllnr of tho ed Stntes Army and Nary were well
Chicago Tribune. Mr and Mrs. 8. leprcsenled, nnd hundreds of prom-
Takal.l, of New Yu'ik. Mr. Takakl Inent townspeople were present who
Is the. Repi ecntallve of Mitsui & Co. offered their congratulations, nnd to
of New Yoik. Mr. N Otsukn of the wish his fnr away Majesty long life,
hours of 11 a. m. nnd 1 p.
Mrs. Judge Mathcvvmnn will l.ecp
Mrs. Robert Illnd company nt Hnvvi
during the absence ot Mrs. John
Hind nt Honolulu during the meet-
prize In an ndvcrtlsoment guessing Yokohama Specie Hank nt Valparal- health, and hnpplness. Tho decora- hips of the Planters' Association.
tlnns were beautiful; n wealth of Kohala Midget. (
yellow chrysanthemums was a won-
dorfiil attraction tho nation flower! Mr. nnd Mis. Charles llaldvvln
of Japan. Palms and many varieties will occupy tho home of Doc
of potted plants were used In pro- tor nnd Mrs. Ilaldwln on College i
contest, nnd Stafford diew the lucky
draw nnd owns n fine fountain peji.
An cnjoyublc farce, in ono act, was
presented, and too cnsi did them
selves Brent credit. Kvcrybody had
a good Unto. Kohala Midget.
The Pulolo Social Club met nt the
home of Mrs. Ed. Patten on Thurs-
so, Chile. .Meswrs. L. r Pye & K. 0.
Cowan, tea merchants of Japan, re
turning to New York ns the tea
season Is about closed. I
Mrs. Sebree, wlfo of Admiral Se-
To sairwhcther you will con
tinue to suffer from Stomach
and Bowel Ills or adopt the
successful plan of thousands
of others and take H0STET
TEES' STOMACH BITTEIIS.
Be wise today, for delay only
aggravates matters. This
well-known remedy is excel
lent for Poor Appetite, Sour
Risings, Dyspepsia, Indices
tion. Costivcncss and Malar
ial Fever. Oct
lirce, U. S. A., is n passenger on tho i by well trained attendants during Island.
For sale by Hanson, Smith ft Co..
Delicious niincli wns served Hills, while tliev nro absent from tho Ltd.; Holllstcr Drug Co., I.tilJ".
uri'u. u. a. a., is n passeuKer un in I "j m-u iiuiiieu .iki'ihiuuih nurini
steamer Manchuria, for the Const, the reception. In the evening n ban-1
I Chamber Drug Co., Ltd.: Hllo D-.ig
'Co.; and nt all Wholesale Liquor
where sho will visit her father a re- quel was given to about four hun- The Matson lino steamer Lurlino Dealers.
Phenomenal Success of Our Big Sale
XWTE sold more goods in the first day than was sold during the whole month of November a year ago. Our t-a'es for two days
. ' "r, V-
were more than double a, month's business a year ago.
This Is Going Some
We are still very busy in every department
4 .' Because we have won the confidence of the people.
Because the values we offer cannot be beaten.
"f '. .'.v!''
Because our Merchandise is up to date, and bears our guarantee that we cheerfully refund money to all pur
r chasers should they not be entirely satisfied. -
announced this Sale for 10 Days; we never mislead
Only Four Days More To Go
Sale Positively Closes Thursday Next
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