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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 13, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 13, Image 13',
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A beautiful picture of the Prlnocis Mutate Coylo, Miss Angela Coylc,
Kawunnnnkon nptirarcil Inst week In Miss Ocnevlcvo Walker, Miss Nelllo
the S. I". .Chl-onlclo; the following (Irnnt, MIih Minn Weller, Miss KII7.11
nrttcla which accompanied tlio ui- McMiillcn, Mr. mid Mrs. Cnmphcll
tide speaks fur Jtielf:
Princess Dnylil Knwnnnnnkon.
Stiorb, Mrs. Kathryn Voorhles Hen- durlnn her fhort sliiy In llonululu
Muriel' How-nil Miss Harriet Yotins
Miss Ida Kc',('.
Ten and Hninlw Ich llooth MI-h
Billth Mist, rhntimnn, with n cm pi of
younfi lady assistants.
DccorailiiK Committee Miss Mary
Cntton, chairman; Mrs, A. N. C.iinp
bell, Miss Irmxanl Kch.iofer.
Ah Miss Peggy Slow of S.uita llnr-
linrn, pioveil suth 11 100I11I fnoille
ry, Captnln and Mrs. Sterling P. ) Inst winter, the folUiwhiR clipping
Princess David Knwannnakoa, v-apinm huh mm. munuiK i-.j ... ......v., .... ...
whoso portrait nppears today, Is tho Adnnis. Ur. and Mrs. Krncst John- from the 8nn l'rnnclsco . Chronicle
latest, most Bttrnclho and most wel- f'on, Lieutenant and Mrs. John A lH"e,of grout Interest to the
come acquisition to San Fianclsco bott. Honolulu smart set!,
society The Princess Instead of The affair was gieatly enlivened Mlis Peggy Slow, tho nllrurthc
following her original 'intontlon of '' the presence of the naval oflfcers fiancee of Edward llrleht Itrucc will
upending the winter In I.os Angeles. ''" the Italian, Dutch nnd Oerman leave caiiy In November for nko-
has taken a bouse here, nnd will pass w-nr ships and from the American liania, and her manlngc will take
the season In San Kiunclscn, where iruisor hi. 1.0ms. p
sho will exercise tho hospitality for
which she is famed In her llono-
Mrs. Conway Nash and little son
lulu home, .mid will duplicate tho uf San t'imicisco, will arrive on the
"Place In lh nirnil till sliorllv Ml- I
tcr her nrrlvnl. Miss' Stow will bu
iictompiinieii 1111 the ulp by her intt 1
tber, Mis. Sheimaii Stow, nnd 11 hint i
of filoinlM arc rogictllng ttml.thc Mi
ll active In Ho elect and her mother
mo going so far away for the Inter
The data of the (eiemotiy Is tin
tcrli'lu, but It will be pi nimbly about
Oecember !i, iih the arrival of tho
Siberia In the orient will dctermlilo
(his ilny of such Iniportnnre for the
popular (iung couple. Tho uiiiplo
will enjoy 11 brief hone) moon trip
In Japan, but arc going to Manila
to make, their home, where Mrs.
Stow nnd another daughter. Mis.
Kaland, will visit tli-ni later In the
No gill Is more popular In the
) (Dinger set, mid her friends h.tc
exacted 11 promise that sho will 1 Kilt
Mis. Slow and her daughter have
been In Santa ll.irabara most or I lie
summer, hut have arranged many
delightful visits to tills city, wheio
Miss Stow Ium many friends.
In the spring tlieie will bP a
bcglin uf Honolulu people, Iheio
Mecca being tho Piim-Iiui Plnj; Mrs.
C. M. Cooke nnd her daughter Miss
AllCO. tlie Cllirniirn Cnnlfmi tt-u
, - .. ..w..,..,,, ...in, .
Homy W'aterliousc, Miss N01.1 Stur- '
Kcon. the Hlchaid lers, Mrs, Fran
cis Bivnnzy Ytml her two daughters,
Miss Helen Alexander, Mrs. Krncst
Wutcrliouse, Mrs. Ileiinnn SclitilUe,
Mr. I A. Scacfcr and .Miss Elsu
Schnefer the latter will remain
cbrond for some time nnd study
music In llerlln.
Mrs. Alexander 0, Hawos Jr., nr
vldo last week from Hawaii and as
lecclvcd an (nation by her nuiuei
ous friends. Mis. lluwei Is not only
popular but has been one of the so
ilal leaders An Honolulu, her ab
sence on Hawaii has been keenly
loll by lier many friends. Tills po
pular matron has been tho niotlr or
much entertaining during the past
ween, most of the uffn rs hnvu been
of an Informal nature, carrying out
tlie wlslies of tho guest of honor.
Friday Mrs. Kdwurd Watson gave an
Informal bridge luncheon, tho (Jer-
It Wlldors entertained ut dinner In
her honor, tho table was exiiulstta
In orchids. Wednesday Mrs. C. W. C.
Deeilng, who Is an old friend enter
tained ut luncheon, and Mrs. Krncst
Wutcrhouso gave 11 dinner Thursday
evening ut hor temporary WalKIKl
Ono of the prettiest luncheons of
lie week, was glvon today at tho
Moan a Hotel, by .Mrs. Jntnes Robert
I'ourlo, Fourteen guests woro Bcnt-
cd at tho circular table, which was
exquisite in yellow chrysanthemums.
A largo basket contained theso
plumed llowcrs yellow was chosen
as the color scheme, as that Is the
Cuvulry color placo cards with jel
low 'lllni.i lels, added to tha attrac
tiveness of the nppuliitmcnts of the
Unoth Miss Ksther Koiiko liable. The luuclienn was given In
Colburn, Miss Mubol Gregory, Miss I chairman; Miss Alleo Cooper Ml honor of Miss Sterling Price Adams.
social triumphs which have been
hers In Washington, Now York and
the capitals of Km ope. The Prin
cess Is an. unusually beautiful wo
man, nnd her personal attractive
ness Is enhanced by her gracious
manner and brilliant convcisattonal
powers. She Is the daughter or
James Campbell, who was a multi
millionaire ut HAwall. Most of her
girlhood was spent here nt school,
seven years having been spent nt the
convent of Notre Dame nt San Jose.
Frequent trips to Europe followed
her giu ''nation, nnd even heforo her
marrlago she occupied a prominent
tocl.il position In the old Hawaiian
aristocracy. As tho wlfo of Prlnco
David, the their presumptive to tho
throne of Hawaii, sho was tho ac
knowledged leader of society in tho
island capital, wheio dignitaries or
every nation have been entertained
In her home, nnd the Navy officers
of ocry ship In Undo Sam's fleet
l.nvo personal recollections of tho
hospitality .of the Pilnccss.
At the ball at tho Fairmont Inst
week sho was one of tho most hand
somely gowned women In tho bril
liant assemblage, nnd her wide nc
qunlntnnco nmong tho distinguished
foreigners present was a matter of
comment. Her gown on thnt occa
sion was white satin, with an over
dress of Paris and rose point. With
this gown she wore strans of Btiperb
pearls about her tin oat.
Mrs. Sterling Pierce Adams, who
has been one of tho social leaders ot
San Francisco, Is tho complimented
guest today nt Mrs. James Robert
Pourlc's luncheon; Captain and Mrs.
Adams, tho former being an Offi
cer of tho Hth Cavalry, are passen
gers on the transport Sheridan on
their way to the Philippines, tho
following nppeared in the San Fran
The hop at the Presidio on Friday
night took on unusually large pro
portions from tho fact that It was
destined as a farewell to the officers
of the Fourteenth Cavalry, who sail
for tho Philippines on the transport
on November 5th. Tho oftlccrs nnd
Indies of this tmop have been most
hospltnhlo during their stay at tho
post, nnd will bo greatly missed on
their departure. Mrs. Sterling P.
Adams, the wlfo of Cnptaln Adams,
Ills entertained Indefntlgnhly during
the entire time of her' husband's
station here, and for tho lust few
weeks thoso who have enjoyed her
hospltnllty have been endeavoring to
show their appreciation of It In n
measure, and numerous affairs have
been given In her honor. The la
dles of tha post weie given nn ova
tion on Friday night, nnd tho dance
will bo remembered uh oiiu of tho
JollleBt participated lu during tho
Among some of those In attendance' Cinne.
were; Miss Ethel Slinrh, Miss Masn Candy
next Alnmcdn .and bo tho guests of
Captain and Mrs. James Itobcrl
Pourle. Mrs. Nash Is one offcthu
lenders In tho smart set ot Sun Fian
clsco, her husband Is a first cousin
of Kx-Oovornor Nnsh of Ohio.
Miss Leslie Kllriibcth Wight sail
ed on tho Alumcda Wednesday on
the Alamedn Wednesday, her destin
ation, will be llerlln, Germany, where
sho will become tho brldo of Hcrr
Hurum. Tho departure of this tnl
cntcd girl has made a void In tho
social elides of Honolulu. Numer
ous friends wcro nt the steamer to
wish her lion voyage, and decorato
her with lels and flowers. En route
to Germany, this young girl nnd her
chnperonc will stop In New York,
long enough to punhnso somo stun
ning frocks and accessories for the
tropsscau. Speaking of tiousscaus,
fow prospective brides hnvo been en
dowed with such nn elaborate one.
It was Indeed a pleasure to view It,
especially the linen nnd lingerie.
Mrs. Lauin Wight, the mother, pur
chased most of tho linen In England,
which wns heavily embroidered nnd
mnuogrnnimed; as Is tho custom Jn
Norway. Miss Wight was presented
with linen of every description b)
hor fiitute mothcr-in-lnw, Mndam
Hurum; the linen 100111 in nil Scan
dinavian families is always tho most
Impottant. lie fore leaving, this for
tunate joung girl was presented
with many costly wedding gifts; her
grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth K. Wil
der made her a gift of a large chest
Following Is tho arrangement of
committees for the d-illcalcsscn sale
to bo given at tl'u Palish House fron
two to six o'clock November 24, ti'
the ladles of St. Andrew's Guild: Gen
trnl chairman, Mrs. I.. Tenny Peck.
Treasurer, Mrs. It, It) croft.
Delicatessen Table: Mrs. Ernest
Kopko, chalimun; Mrs. A. W. T. Dot
tomloy, MrB. E. A. II Ross, .Mrs. Roll
ert hewers, Mrs, Andrew Fuller, Mrs.
J. O. Young, Mrs. Arthur Wall. Mrs
T. J. King. Mrs. W. II. Cnmpbcll. Mrs.
Fred Smith. Mrs. II. D. Hitchcock
Mrs. Helen Noonan. Mrs. Walter Wall,
Miss Dletz, Mrs. Elhlcr.
Ire Cieam and Cnko llnolh Mrs. It.
. Jordan, (hnlrmnn; Mrs. Wnlter
Hoffman Miss Nndliur Center, Mrs
Wnlter R. Coombs, Mrs. Clarence
Crnblie, Mrs. Jus. J. Cockburn. Mih.
I-ancy Work Table Mrs. J, F. Mo
lanphy, chairman; Mrs. John Efllngcr
Mrs. J, Popo Howutt. MrB. Archie
Young, Mrs. Arthur Wilder. Mrs, Tom
Wnllt Mrs. J. J. Uelscr, Mrs. J. O
Smith, Mis. W. M. Hlffurd.
Advertising Committee Mrs. Wnl
ter It. Coombs, chairman; MrH. Thomas
Sharp. Mrs. Geo, .1, Augur, Mrs. Cliuu
in the hops
The- virtue of beer
malted barley (a predigcstccl food) and
tonic: and an aid to sleep). Then, the drinking of
beer flushes the system of waste. People don't drink
enough liquids, and whatever beer they drink is in
addition to the usual amount of water
liquids. Even the purest beer must also
to suit the tropical climate to do the most good.
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The J5eer Thai's jjrewed
To cuit The Chmoie
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Thanksgiving Day, in Arlierica, was a day firft sel apart by the
Plymouth Pilgrims, in 1 62 1 , in acknowledgment of their first
harvest in America, and perpetuated in many States by an
annual festival appointed by the Governor. Its national celebra
tion in recognition of the year's blessings was first recommended
by proclamation of President Lincoln in 1 863, and has since
been annually observed. It usually falls on the last Thursday in
This Thanksgiving season we are pleased lo offer the following rare
assortment of delicacies.
Miuoo-xuoat, Plum Pudding, Fruit Cakes, Braudicd Fruits,
Sweet-pickled Fruits, Fancy Preserves and Jellies,
Maraschino Cherries, Marrons in Brandy and Syr up,
Sweet Cider, Boiled Cider, Cranberry Sauce.
Fancy Table Raisins, Citron, Lemon and Orange Pec,
OHes, (All Varieties, Stuffed and Plain), Pickles,
Assorted Nuts, Lehnhardts' Candies, Frozen Eastern and
Cootail Oysters, Cheese (all Varieties), Bon Bon Crackers,
'(For Table Decoration), Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season,
HENRY MAY Sb CO, Ltd., ,
Phone 22 Leading Grocers Phone 92
wife of Captain Ailumx nf tlie roitr-nt Yale, Mr. J.ii'K AtKliu.on mill Mr.
trcntli Cuvulr), who mo nlil fili-iidH Wiulo Win roll Tliayor aio nlil filriulu,
of Ciililiiin anil MrH. l'mules', Tlio , iiml Mr. Climlex C'Ii-iikiiih" was liU
liostubs loukeil HliiniilnK In a inalzo
luloii'il lliiKerlu fmek Svltli lareu
lilitnru'liiit, whlli' tliu Kiii'Ht of lioif
nr wax (.harmlnc tn a wlilto HnKcilo
fnxU; m(iht or llic kiii'hIh with Army
folk, piUiHliiR tin iiiikIi on tlio tianu
ioit Klici liliin, ilio.oi wlni ciiJo))'il
tlio hn;illHllt of thin IlllUlieil Iiim-.
Iciui ui'ic Mrti, HH'ilIni; Pike Ail.inm, '
Mm. M:i'b., will: of Cijiln In MaiK
of ilm It. M ('. mid lior iiUmt,
MIfh Kiillit'l Itio S'riihiMiH, Jlr. ('ii'i1,
wlfo of Miijur ('ii'i'. iiml MIsh Mar
garet ere. Mrn. I'.inlvn, iimtlii-i or
l.li'ilti'iianl l'niilcp of I'm l Hliullvr,
Mih. Kinlt, MIhk S olt, MlH. MllHsnr,
wlfu or Doctor Muster of Ilm lllli
C.iMilr, Mih. Ward, Mih. '..mo ami
Mih. Kll.tlirtli Clinuli.
Tim rollowliiK Invitation Iiiih Iktii
Mr. anil MrH. Kialirlri Willi. 1111 D.uiinii
I oiuchIk Ilm lionor of in - prcarnii'
at tlio liuiriliiKe of I lie I r l.ni(;li I 'l
Ouftur I'iriiK Luwri'iirn I'ntin.iii
on Tii('Hila. evunliiK. tlie tweiiD-tlilnl
of .N'owiiiIht. iiIiii'Ipcii IiiiiiiIiimI
at olKlit o'cloi'U
Central Union Clnircli
llimoliilit, T. II.
TIiIh will lie one of llin numt ela-
liorato w'oiIiIIiikh of tho Hcai-nn : many
KiirprlHca ma In xloroln tlio wnj or
' .t..,.. . ..!.. ..u ...1.I..I. ...II, l,. !... ... ... .
tiu.oiiiiiuiin, WIIIUU Wlil 1U 1111 HllllU
in Italic IiiuiiIh or Mih. 0. Ilollowny
und Mr. KranrlH Dain'on, tliu ftitli
r of the mluii. This iiupcrtlvu
lirhlu lu not onl) popular on actouiit
of the pronilnonio of ' her family,
inuili of It Is due to hor sweet tjln-
' position aniUcliiirm or wiiyn ami act:
wlileh Is vliowii not only to Imr
rilcnils hut her auiunlntaiueH as
Mr. W, V. Ontliei io anil his mo
ther aie hoJouiiilUK nt the Mo.iii.i
llntol. Mr. Uiilheile Is a prominent
nttiiriin) ol AtelilMin, ICmis, Thla
.Miung mini Is laklnc 1111 elKhl
liHinths' trli aiounil tho worhl. Ml.
(lillheile, has lieen eleiise eu-
tivl.iliml iIuiIiik his stay lu llouiv
the I'.ullk. Ilj tho Intioiliiclni;, of or niliire. or tist its health rIiI-ik
his l,i litem ullil.'s. Ills Ict'iirr Is, II Hmate.
loom mate nt t Vale. These nlil
fileiuls me outiloliiK tlienmehes lu
tiyliiK to show I lie hotpltalltles ol
the Islauil. Toilay Mr. ami Mrs.
Joseph Cooke are eiitcrtalnltii; the
(iiilln'i Ich with an iiiitomolille tilp
ii I on ml the Ihlaml, stopping at hcaii
llfnl Ikileiw.t for liiliehenu; lomnr
low thej will he the nucsls of Mr.
iiml Mrs. Chillies Clemoiu on a mo-
lorliiK pal l .
UliRlaiiil'H Hovel i-Ikii'h s!t nlshUi
lilrthil.iy was polimeil hy his lo.al
tiihjeds, on the ninth of Not.emhcr,
the CiikIIsIi CoiisiiI, It. K. (I. I'm M it,
who leielitly letilllii'il tuilll u visit
to I;mkI.iihI. helil u leceptlou .it the
t'oiiMilatn on KIiik stieet, on Tiles
iln nun iiIiik, fiom eleven o'clock
uiil.ll one. The il.iy ilawneil rn 1 1- anil
InlKlit, with a fresh luec.u fiom
nn mi ii (it i ii ami mm, ni.jkiui; an lileal
da) to tin honor lo lli Ih popular ml
iii. The lii'iiullfiil minimis, surioiinil-
Iiik the Consulate, were fiiiKiant
with tlowers, ami sliiuhs; the III I
tlsh st.iml.iril with our own rlarHiun.'
htilpeH, llo.itcil, shle hy shle lo tin
luei'e, Tliu music furiilHhe . Iij the
Uaw.illali ll.iuil w.ih well lemluieil,
iii.ni) nlil time alls w.ih heanl Willi
ple.isuie, "(Soil Save the King" of
nniiM' takliiK picceilciiLe A nuinlier
of people who weie not tliu hiiIiJccIh
of KIiir I'Mwiiril tliu Seventh, weie
pieai'iit, ami Jotneil wishes for u Ioiir
life, and a peaceful lelmi,
At their attiactlvu IiuiikhIow lu
Nuumni Valht), Doctor and Mis.
Waller Hoffman entertained lit J) I li
ner, Kildny evenlnK. The cli ci'ilnr
talile was decorated In whltu ftses
and mulilcuh.iir feins, rirrylm;
out tho rn;or ntlipine of white nnd
(ileen; the host and hostess' Kiiests
of honor weie Mr. und Mih. Oeult
Wlldei und Mr. und Mm. Arthur
lt-v. mid Mrs. Wcsteivelt nro en
loule loi llonululu, hut mi. InMiiK
ilie tilp lebiiiel. roi Mr. WeHter-
eus iiopuiariiy as u lecturer on
Hawaii, has urged to slop at dlrtei
em iilaicM, to deller a led ui 0. tllll
Lossllile, maile moio J ulcrcslliip, ror
It Is said liy thoso "ilm know, thnt
he Is nn nulhorlt) on mailers loii
(ctulni; the Hands M tv,.Htoi-
oil's rrletnli nie pleased to liinr
that lie Is glUim hi inil Ii plu.iu e Hi
those who iii-ij neei huve til' ui
Ail. nh ul mid
will meitpy the (Jerrll Wlldor'a hciiu-
ilTill heme on llnrtltiK Street,
Hie Hi Kt or tlio m.ii.
II M K llniilMiti and imr
"luriu'd on the I inline Satur-
pllltllllil to Mil, lilt., h Mil -pill i.. :(ll , :,n. to i in. I'lUjl.
RAT and ROACH Paste
(IM Kill nam 4. 4. LwiMf U Mrf Mkal,
it Me bo ollUimi' Electric Pule alll kill olt ill In, uti ind mice In houu in tingle night
Oockroaohos, Wator Bugs ana Other Vermin
ere lno qnlcklj killed Iliadr mlied lor ue. The onlfiuriinlocilelrrmliilor.
Your drwKlnt IU rotuna lour nioticr It It dmii not do lua work.
tea.b(t., le.s.e.n tl oo. At druiii.i. f ..nr... ereeme.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC rASIE COn CI1IWI0O, Ikb.
Wood and Coal. Important !
We only nsk n trial order. We will then endeavor so to treat you
that wc will gain your permanent trade. ,
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Phone 281. Fort Street. Below Merchant.
Mont Rouge Wines
Is the connoisseur's choice of California wines. The wine is a
iircduct of Livermorc Valley and is always aged in wood before lot
tliiiR. This wir.e has been served by the Palace Hotel for many years.
lulu, Mr. Joo Cooke wu8 it cliissiiiulu."r 'nun million ahout tho UUmU ot
Sole Agents Hawaii
W. C. PEACOCK &
68 Meichant St,