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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV, 18, 1009.
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o SOCIAL CHATTER hh HOME TALK
Saturday cnciiIhk wan a triumph of
loclnl onjojmcnt tu tlioso Kukulhaclo
lolks fiitorc)l Willi nn Invltntlnn to tho
liuii Riven by Mr. nml Mm. I). K. WI1
mm In honor uf tho birth of a son ami
liclr. Tho xpiclous illtiliiB room of
tho heml linin'H liotme was cry taste
Hilly ilccorntcil nml proved to ho nono
too largo to nccoinmoilnto tho ptients.
Hawaiian tIMici nml courses Innuin.
crablc, prepared by ono worthy of a
diploma, templed llio palate of tlioso
iirsombled tiroun 1 tho festha board
v, ho participated nml did ample Justice
to them. Among tho guests were Mr.
i'.nd Miss Atircns, Mr. and Mrs. H.iT,.
llmchy, Mrs. llattlo, Miss Verllo
Killing, Mesitrs. J. Jorponsen, Itobert
l'rlckc, .Int. Lnlnl, W. Hntlle, P. Koel
IjiiK. William Chnlmcra nml other
prominent Ktikulhnclc citizens.
The linnquot rIcu nt tho Mochl
v.iil.1, Wnll.lM Club, on Saturday
iilslit the sixth of the month by tho
Tupaiitso Merchants' Association In
toimiiomoratton of tbclr Emperor's
blrtlid.i'.w was a successful termina
tion of tho festivities Riven 111 his
honor. lllstorlal tableaux wore
tlioun of scenes In Ancient Japan,
nnd u cherry trco episode, showed
that although our GcorRc WnshliiK
ton, who was, first In wni first In
peace nnd (list In tho hearts of his
tountr)mcn, was not the first to
hand tho cherry tice to posterity.
Tho sentiment differed but credit Is
due euih despojlcr of n nlued tree
lojulty to truth', nnd an Umpcror.
Mr. W. O.- Smith was host at n
dinner Rltcn at tho I'acldc Club,
Monday ocnltiR tho clRhlli of No
vember, Mr. Smith who Is President
of tho Senate, cntcrtnlncd tho mem-
hcrB of that body, who were In Ho-
f huiuiu, tuiu luurieuu luupunuuu i
1.l Intllnllnn h ti .1 n.ns fnllnllMU
IIS IHtllUllUII UIIU ,1 I1IUOI liill.wll.
evening was their, political speech
es were tnboocd, but complimentary
allusions to Mr. Smith filled tho
tlmo tot better advantage. An or
chestra played most acceptably dur
ing tho 'dinner, toasts ghcu to Mr.
Smith's health was lesponded to In
a happy manner, and a delightful
evening wns spent by Wist nnd
Mr. nnd Mrs. IMwnrd Tennoy nnd
daughter returned In tho I.urllne
I from n visit In Calltomla which they
mnko each year. Lake Tnhoe being
their favorite stopping plncc. This
Scar thoy did not prolong their stay
nt this health resort, but left for tho
East, and spoilt somo time nt Old
Point Comfort, and was nlso pres
ent at, tho launching of tho Matson
steamship company's new stcnincr
which was christened by Miss Ten
noy and bear her given nnmc, tho
popularity of tho Tcnnejs Is ell
known, nnd their hosts of friends
were most happy to welcome, them
I All tho members of tho parish of St.
j Clement's nro rarncstl) requested to
joiienu a meeting to bo held nt eight
o'clock Monday evening, Noxembir
lr, In tho Tarlsli House. Matters of
t'reat interest wlll como before tho
Mrs. Joseph Spcnr, mother of Mr.
Jniucs Dougherty of this city, os ono
of tho social lenders of tho "Upper
ien In San Iran Cisco; (he San
I'ranclsco paper has tho following
In Hie society notes:
1 Mrs. Joseph Spear was Ijistess at
nn Informal luncheon at tho St.
rrancls on Saturdny, int which sho
entertained tho (allowing guests:
Mrs. J. II. Hume, Mrs. Henry l'ajot,
Mrs. E. L. llaldwli), Mrs. A. K.
lllnck, Mrs. J. K. Orr, Mrs. Will
Maddcrn, Mrs. Crawford, Madame
Emilia Tojcttl, Mrs. A. Sliaronj His.
Clarence Vcaer nnd Mis. S. P.
Tho Dutch cruiser Noordbrnbrnnt,
arrived on tho ninth" of this month,
of tho old yorlrt, which they had
omitted In former lt nbroad.
l'roni the nppeniaiKC of Mr nml
Mis. ltnlstcid their visit w.m n re-!
ncwal of gcod health
Mrs. acorsciKlotigel was the
hostess at a Uinrnilngly appointed
luncheon Wednesday, which was
ghen nt tho Klcugel bungalow on
Matlock Avenue! tho lablo decora
tions were purplo lolets Among
and adlccs lo P. A. Schacfcr that thoso'prcscnt wore Mrs (leorgo Kleu
tho Italian cruiser Calabrln may be gel, Mrs. E. 12. I'uxton, Mrs. August
here on Tuesday next. The German tus Muipjij, Mrs. Oeorgo Angus,
A high-grade $5.00 Regal Custom
special, A style- that yleases, A
pattern that fits. A leather that
cwars. This shoe is guaranteed to
wear, fit, hold its shape as long as
any $6.50 and $7.00 shoe made.
Our Repair Shop is the only place
in town where-yon can get shoes re
paired by the time you want them.
Regal Shoe Store,
Xing and Bethel Sts. .
TF YOU ARE looking for a life where there is no hard
work in the kitchen, use
i; s t
It is the best soup made, and it does away with kitch
en drudgery. v,,. , Q . Ut ,,
Get' it 'from your grocer. If he does not keep it send
his name to
Fred L. Waldron
t Telephone 12. t
"i t ( n" (i
cruiser Arionn, and possibly one or
two other cruisers, should mnko n
stir In social circles, for It has been
demonstrated In the past, tint n
pleasant Interchange of civilities,
have, nlwavs tnt.cn place between
tho foreign vlsltois npil tho excr
ready to meet, nnd wclcomo them
by tho hospitable people of Hono
lulu. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Low
Is gao another of their Informal
llttlo dinners, which nre always en
Jojed and appreciated by their guests.
Cotcis were laid Tor ten, nnd Hro
lablo was artistically arranged with
cut flowers; thoso present were Mr.
and Mis. Jlarry Lewis, Mr. and , .Mrs.
Frederick Klamp, Doctor nnd Mrs.
Hobdy, Doctor nnd Mrs. Wood, ami
Mi. nnd Mrs. Edward Watson.
Mrs. I.uliland entertained nt a
mnill Informal llildgo I'urty Wed
r.csiliiy ilttcrnoon. In honor of Mrs
Oalnes; tho house wan fiagtnut with
American Ilcauty rojei. During the
afternoon the first prize was won b
Mrs. l'.hlllps, an einhroldered shirt
wnlst bag, tho guest prize, a bridge
score of tortoise Bhcll was unusually
beautiful, nml hlglil) nppieclatcd by
the guest of honor.
Mrs. Alexander (1. Ilawos Jr. has
lisucd Inflations for n irioptlon lo
bo given nt the Alexander Young
Hotel, Wednesday, from threo to
IHo o'clock In honor of Mr. .Otto
Tho guests win bo able to enjoy
Ihls noted artist's Kauai paintings,
this being tho first lcvv of theso k
fiulhllo pnlntliigs; over Ihiee huii
dicd Invltiitlons mo been Ibsuod.
Mrs. Haiold DllllngUam will be
tho complimented guest nt a bridge
party to be glcn this afternoon by
Miss Mnry Kceney, but the atle:
noon Is to be Informed and Tor llio
older friends of tho popular Visitor.
Mrs. Dillingham received the hon
ors nt n luncheon earlier In tho weak
nt which her sister, Mrs. Ualdwln
Wood, presided as hostess. s. I .
Mrs. II. D. Ualdwln loft on tho
KInau, Tuesday tho ninth for her
homo on Kauai. Mrs. Ualdwln has
been lsltIngMelalfes und friends
In Honolulu for several weeks, ai
the Is a favorite here, tho has been
the guest of honor lit many cntci
Inlnmcnts, clcn bv tho ii.iiiinco.i
ones who delights In cntcrtalnlnc I
Uollghtful lettcis leeched by uv
ciy steamers from Mrs. Jiobcrt I'm
kins, who was formerly Miss Zoo At-'
Muuin of Honolulu. ir. PeiklimiuiH
puiilmsed a hugo nml bciiiiirul
tuutitry rcsIdciiLu In Magiilon. K"ont,
Col, '('his large estate Joins Hint ot
her sister, who Is married to Captain '
Clbbons, of (ho itoiul llrllniinlc;
.Navy; tho gallant Captain Is In
chiiigp of tho Nn i ill icum v.ui,,,, '
Mr. mid Mrs. Jliilph Mil) bidden will
luined on tho Alnniedu 8aturdaj, uf
ter a long and lile.isurnlilo irtn
Mrs (leorte Lycurgus and Mrs. Carl
Mlts I.yill.i nnd Miss lullo Mi
Slocl.cr will retur nto llonohiln on
tho next trip of tho I.urllne In time
to spend the holldujs v.lth their
flMllllv: Dnitnr nml Miu tmild f,r
California will letnrn Willi them mid
bo their guests for tevernl weeks.
Tlicfo rhaimliig oung girls hno
been extensively cutei tallied during
tho visit on the mainland
Mr. (J. Dolter, nnd Mr Henry
Orlinths attended by tholr valets are.
Hopping nt the Moana Hotel. Mr.
Diilf'r and Mr. Orlltlths uro Iloston
mllllonnlies, nnd tho on n world'
lour, thoj- will remain a month In
Honolulu. Thursday evening Mr.
Deltcr was the host nl n sing din
ner Rhcii In honor of the Ofllccrs or
i:-Uovernor nnd Mis ('.infer nnd
family will stnit oil the Tenjo Mnru
on n. ti lit around the world. .Mr
Carter has ircrntly purchased a
nrw Stcvens-Duryeu. their ihaiirfeur
will meet them In January In Italy,
where (hoy motor and enjoy tho
beautiful tiener of that rountry.
Mis. Helen Noonan, Is (ontcinnlnw
lug u visit tn tho Coast in tho near
future, to bo with her sljtn, Mis.
Allen Hastings who resides In Cali
fornia. Mrs. Noonan will bo greatly
missed by her friends here, for she
has endeared hcisclf to nil, and n
godspeed nnd early lelurn Is tho
wish that will go with her
Mi. Ilurns entertained at nn elali
oiiito dinner Monday evtnlng at tho
Alexander Young Hotel tho color
schemo wns red, tho guesls of hon
or were Mr und Mis. A Hnncbcrg,
who recently returned from nn ex-
It's Up To Yon
To say whether you will con
tinue to suffer from Stomach
and Bowel Ills or adopt the
successful plan of thousands
of others nnd take H0STET
TERS' STOMACH BITTERS.
Be wise today, for delay only
aggravates matters. This
well-known remedy is excel
lent for Poor Appetite, Sour
Risings, Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion. Costivencss and Malar
ial Tever. Get
Tor sale by Lcnson, Smith & Co,
Ltd.; llolllstor Drug Co., Ltd.;
inioiignqut tho prlnclplo titles of tho Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.: Hllo Drug
united States, and Canada, mull Co.; nnd at all Wholesale Liquor
ucioss tho Atlantic to see tho slgltslcalersUj
tended titp thiough Hurcipc und Mr. i
Mrs. )u l'.ol
Mis Neumann, mother of Mis.
George Hodlck'ls lonvnlesiliig slow-.
I. Tho first pjrt of tho week, Mrs.
Hodli'k had mado nil preparations
for going to Sail l'uimlsco to bo I
with her mother, but received a ta
bic that this whs unnecessary ug her
mother would leave tho ho3pltal In
three weeks and wnt out ot danger.
Mr and Mis Ilrjnii nnd Miss Mnr-
gaiet llrvan,, the oilgluntors qt the
Mnlnhlnl Xmas tree, will spend next
winter In Honolulu, the llryans
write from their homo In Itoihcster,
N. Y, that they will epend this win
ter in the llermudns.
Mrs. W. U Tajlor nfler spending
nvo weeks with Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexr
ruder (I. Ilnvves Jr., nt the Hutchin
son Plantation, is sojourning nt tho
Volcano House The many fi lends of
Mrs. Taylor will be plinsod to know
Hint she hns regained her health.
Mrs. Cree, wife of Major Cice,
Miss Cree, Mrs. James Hobcrt Pou
rlc, Mrs. Wilbur, Mrs Williams. Mrs
Turner nnd Mrs. Wlddlllcld will bo
nt home the drst nnd third Tues
day of every month nt their homes
nt Port Ituger.
Miss Catheilnc (ioodnle, daughter
of Mr. mid .Mis, W. W. (Ioodnle ot
Wulalua, Is now In her senior jenr
at llrjn Jlawr and Is out o. the most
1' ilnent glils of tho teir govern
ment. Sllss Roudalo spent the sum
mer with .Mrs. j:. C. Judd who llvo
Mrs Joseph Cooko entertained a
scoio of friends, Mondav, In honor
of her house guerft Mrs. llenliiniln
Ilnldwln. Tho tnblo was fragiant In
v.lillo violets mil pink begonias, nf
ler luii(,heuti tho nfiirnoon was dc
volid lo llrldgo,
Colonel Alexander Haw a rivctl
Tliuibda) fiom Honolulu, nnd v. Ill be
lipro fccvcr.il months. Colonel IIhwim
makes hfs homo lit the llnltcinlun
Club when In Sill 1'innelsu Hu Is
i no of lis oldest nicnibei -S. 1
The (Jirrlt Wlldeis will leave In
January for n trip nround the world.
Mr. Wilder (allied for accommoda
tions on tho Cleveland, but every
Hiaieroom wns taken; the Wllders
will bo a great loss to tho koclnl
community or Honolulu.
Miss i:i7.i Itenjcs will visit Ho
iioliilu In the spring with her fa
ther and mother. Consul nnd Mrs.
itciijes; upon rcnchng her nujorlty
this ear sho will Inherit n fortune'
fiom 'tho eslnto of Mrs. Ilaalele.i.
Tho J. Morton Illggs nro entei
Inlulng a half dozen of their Inti
mate friends, this evening nt din
ner; after dinner tho remainder ino-j
Hon of tho evening will bo dovoted
lo llrldge, I
Mr and Mrs. Ralph H.iselden will'
leave for thu Coast on the Mongo-'
Hu, tho :iid of December. This voiing I
(ouplo with their little ion will
bpeiul llio Cnrlslin.is holldajs with
ii'lullvca In .Moiitpiul.
William (! Iivvlu left foi the Hist
last week lo Join Mrs. Irwin In l'hl
laielphla, whero hhe Is visiting her
sitter, Mis IMvvaul Moore Kohlu
Min. Thev will riturii to Ban Timi
ilsin lu N(v ember.- S. r. L'lnimlele.
MLss Ada Ithodes entei talneil
Tuodda) evcilng ut it Muliale, In
honor of MUh Violet Damon. A de
lightful musical piqgram was ien
(lend and tho evening was thui-
ousjily cnjojyd by (huso mescnt,.
VVrt lined infoimallv nt their Valley
homo, nt dinner, Wednesday evening
hdnor of Miss Hough nnd Jli
Mrs. McLemoie v Ife (if Mrjm
Mil.cmore who hi had of the I' U.
M C. In tho I'hltluiiliiei. will arrive
in the transport Thomas, and be tho Helen Hough ot Stockton, Cal.
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Unto Lewi I rt
at t lie Ir home on Pensncoln Rtrect. j Mrs, Jnrli Jtileh will return on tho
(latum trip of tho Illlonlan Jn conl-
Doitor nnd Mrs: I.nnc. IJ S. .. , uany with nor mother, who will prou-
hnvo been snciidlng tevcra) weeks mi. nbly spend the winter with her '
Ml. 'lanlalu.H, on their letuin to daughter.
town thoy will occupy tho I'rank
Itlchnidron'3 homo on Thurston '
- Ml u Arnold was Hie recipient or
much nlicntion during licr visit in
Honolulu, this popular jmiug soelcty
glil leturncd to her home In Snn
rranrlLio o'i Hio last Alameda.
Mr. and Mrs Augustus Kliudseti.
Madam Kniidscn nnd Mrs. Uric
Kniidsen me expected to nirlve Mini. ,
dnj on the Slbe la fro u Sin IVan-, Mr llaiold Cii'.. will n turn Mon
r'8t" j ('ay from the mainland on tho Slbe-
Hi Mil l.uius t'itle will not rc-
'r ami riis. Saiuuil IIjIiIvnIii en- turn tn Honolulu uliill Dacembor.
Mrs. I). Ilowo of Sacramento, Cal
mothor of Mrs. Fred Angus of .lliti
city, will arrive on tho litn of ffdXt
month, and eptnd tho winter Uttli
Mrs. Carl Walters la expe-tcd from
Siberia, nnd will return at nnca IJGf
too Hutchinson I'laicatlon on llfj
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