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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 20, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Image 14',
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price. om of this stock is Here; and the rest is on the way
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88 Note Cecilian
Other players huve only 65
And' the; World-Renowned
Stein way & Son's Pianos
The store is overstocked We must sell Our terms are easy.
UNTIL CHRISTMAS A DISCOUNT OF 12 TO 15 FEB CENT OFF OUR
REGULAR PRICE WILL BE GIVEN.
Our Tuner MR. E. GIESECKE served twenty years with the STEIN
Old Pianos are taken in cr hange.
Why not take advantage of the unusual offering we are making on
We have used and second hand Pianos to offer you at prices that will
interest the most economical buyer.
At the Regular Price ','.: '' -t$ffl fe"'
, Hotel Street
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SOCIAL CHATTER Saai HOME TALK
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Miss Elsa Scaefer's Bullet Luncheon.)
The lluffet Supper slven by Mlsa
Elsa Scliuefcr, Wednesday evening
wus greatly enjoyed by the twenty
vleht young people that were pres
ent. The unction was given In hon
or It Miss Violet Damon. Koscbank
the home of the hostess never look-J
ed more attractive than on this oc
casion. The dining room, where tliol
u(iivr wuh itvrvvu, wbi onu piutv
duchess roses; dainty hand painted
place cards were found at each place.
Tho supper was served at seven
o'clock, during the repast Mr. F. A.
Schaefer announced the engagement
of his daughter, Miss Elsa, to Mr,
Waldron., The announcement came
as a surprise to most' of the guesta
present and It Is superfluous , to nay
that the young people were showered
with good wishes for their future
happiness. After dinner several of
the guests participated In a delight
ful musical program. Those present
were: Miss Elsa Schaefer, Miss Vio
let Damon, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav
Schaefer, Mr, and Mrs, Alfred Cas
tle, Miss Kmlly Klce of Kauai, MUs
Julia White, Miss Vera Damon, Miss
Heatrlce CuBtle, Miss Alice Hede
man, Miss I'arsons, Miss Nora Stur
geon, MIhh Dorothy Mosher, Miss
Alice liuth, Mr. Waldron, Mr. fleorgo
Fuller, Mr. Frank. Armstrong, Doctor
Putnam, Mr. Harold Castle, Mr. W.
dreenwald of Hawaii, Mr. Frederick
Ijwrey, Doctor V. Hedeman, Mr.
- Georgellrown,' Mr. Druce Cartwright
Jr., Mr, Sherwood Lowrey, Mr. Jack
Mr, and Mrs, Davies' Dinner Dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Cllve Davies enter
tained Jat a charmingly arrunged
Dinner (paiice, Tuesday! evening lu
honor ijif tho offlcers of H, M. 8.
Bedford; Dinner was served at sev
en o'clock at umull tables which were
artistically arranged under the hau
tree, which was brilliantly lighted
with Japanese lanterns. The tables
sparkled with cut glass, exquisite
silver and China ware, and the Hoyv
er ornamentations were pink carna
tions and maiden hair fern. During
dinner the Hawaiian Quintette Club
played, 'uud furnished music for danc
ing; later lu the evening. The W'ul-
. l.lkl home of the, Davies Is well adapt
ed for dancing', the large living room
was built for dancing and conse
quently Is ideal for "tripping the
Jlght fantastic," The house was d-
coraled In palms,- feathery bamboo M
und cut flowers, many handsome H
frocks were worn by the pretty Wo- f
men who were preseut. The Davies tt
possesses an enviable gift tor enter- h
talnlng and they certainly out-dld tt
themselves on this ocedslou to fur- ff
nish entertainment for their dlstln- u
gulshed guests. Among those Invlt- n
ed were: Mrs. Francis Swaniy. Hon. g
and Mrs. Oeo. It, Carter, Consul 'and g
Mrs; Former. Judge and Mrs. Sidney K
Ilallou, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Uryantin
Cooper, Dr. and Mrs, Hobdy, Mr. nd jy
jurs. uerru wuuer, Atr. ana airs.
Sam Wilder, Mr, and Mra. James
Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Atkin
son, Mr. and Mrs. Illchard Ivers, Mr.
and Mrs. Allan Ilottomley, Mr. and
Mrs. Jamleson, Major and Mra. Win
slow, Mr. and Mrs. Pauline Bcott,
Captain' and Mrs. Rannle 8cott, Cap
tain artd Mm. Rees,- Miss Eleanor
Waterhouse,, Miss Schaefer, Miss El
sa Schaefer, Miss Violet Damon, Miss
Vera Damon, Miss Cordelia Oilman.
Misses Jordan (2), Miss R. Catton,
Miss Marlon Scott, Mrs. Ernest Wa
terhouM, Miss Beatrice Castle, Miss
Oras, Messrs. Walter Dillingham, H.
Horn, John Catton, Dr. Hedeman, Mr
Hedeman, I.leut. .Pardee, Lieut.. Ea
ton, David Anderson, Captain' May
hew, Commander Trewby, I.leut.
King, Lieut, Douglas, Paymaster
Wilson, Lloui. Wilcox, Capt. Flti
herbert; Bub-ldoutiiPelly, Sub-Lieut.
Micas, sub-Lieut. Dixie, Dr. Putnam
nnd many others.
Palolo Social Notes.
Tho Palolo Social Club met last
Thursday evening at tho residence of
Mrs. Wright on Maklkl ctreet. A most
delightful evening was spent playing
pedro. Tie Ilrst prize for ladles was
won by Mm. Eii, Patten.' Mr. Ormla
ton captured thunrst prlto for gentle
men. After tho dlstrllutlon of prjsea
refreshments wore rdrved. 'Among
those present were'i Mr. and Mra. W,
R. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. C. J, Scboen
Ing, Mr. and Mrs. Ormlston, Mr. and
Mra. C. F. Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Ride-'
out, Mr. and Mrs. lid Patten, Mrs. C.
Dayton, Mra. M. Wright, Mr. Tnoa.
Uoyd, Mr.'C. K. Wright.
Two Drauiutlc sketches will be glv-
OCIAL CALENDAR FOR PAST WEEK.
Mr. and Mra. James Wllder's Dinner Dance at Moana.
Mr. and, Mrs. C. Paul Ilaag's Dinner.
Major and Mra. Scott's Dinner.
Dinner at Consulate.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis' Dinner.
Hop at"SchofUld Barracks. $
Mra. Marlx Luncheon. t '""
Miss Alice Hedemann'a Luncheon. ,
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Sunday, ' ' "'
Dr. and Mra. Hoffman's dinner. -Mr.
-and Mrs. Frank BuckV Dinner. ".
Mr. Oerrlt Wllder's Breakfast at tho C6untry Club:
Captain and Mra. Reeg' OlnneV.' s ,-,
Mr, and Mrs. c. PaUl Haag's Dinner. ''"'
Captain Fittherbert'a Dance.
Dr. and MrsJ James Judd's Dinner.
Mr. and Mra. Oeorge Davies Teunla Tea.
Mr. and Mm. Cllve Davies Surfing Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewers' Dinner,
Mr, and Mra, Fred Damon's Luncheon.
Tea on H, M, ft. Bedford.
Mlsa Nora Sturgeon's Luncheon.
Mr. and Mra. Cllve Davlea' Dinner Dance,
Dr. and Mrs. Collins' Dinner.
Miss Slsa Schaefcr'a Buffet Supper,
Captain and Mra. Park's Ten.
Mr. 'and' Mrs. Jamoa Kennedy's Dinner.
, Mrs. Alexander a. ilawes, Jr., Tea.
Mr, and Mrs. Oscar, White's Bridge Party.
Mrs. Alexander O. Hawes' Luncheon.
Miss Alice Roth's Luncheon.
" ' rrlday.
Mra. Hoffman's Dutfet Supper.
Mra. Ernest aiott-Cmlth's Luncheon,
Tea of Japanese Citdfcr. ,
Outrigger Chowder and Dtncc. f
Mrs. Hoffman's Buirc't Luncheon.
Mrs. Ernest Mott-Sidlib'a Luncheon.
Tea or Japanese crtdse'r. ' ,
Outrigger Dance and Chowd er.
Mra, J. W-Donnellau and Mlra unusually attractive, girl, who is,Iy members of the upper ten are. to
Olive Donnellan entertained ut w.ii known In San Francisco socle-
bridge last Tuesday afternoon In hon- ty. She Is a graduate of Mlsa Head's
6'r bf Mra. Moore Falls" of Honolulu, school. Her mother was' Miss Qer-
wbo .la apendlng some weeks at tier berdlng, sister of the late Albert
old 'borne. A, profusion of long-stem- derberdlug of this city, and the fam
med yellow chrysanthemums placed ny baa made frequent visits hare,
about In vaaea and Jardinieres deco- 'Ensign Tafflnder Is o,t present on
rated tne beautiful rooms most enec- duty with his ship In, the Orient.
lively. Dainty refreshments were The fleet will return In .February.
enjoyed after scores were counted, nnd It Is probable the marriage will
Mra. E. W. Twltehell, Mlsa "Nell be an event of early sprlng.-Chro-
Scbaw and Mlsa'Roae Sheeban car- nlcle.
rled off the honors tor the afternoon, .
and Mra. I. 3. Taarnor received tho Mr. A. L. C, Atkinson, waa a pas-
eonsolatlon prlte. Thoae bidden ware senger on the Siberia, leaving thla
Meadames p. B. Carr. T. J. Co, Har- port Monday. November the Btteenth.
Captain and Mrs, Pourle will move . Mr. Henry Wlcbman and the
'Into their new .quarters at Fort UUv, Uraluard Smiths win stienil'the we'ek-
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eu tuis evening in uisnop Hall, at ger after Tbanksgjvlng, .as the, Iffl- end at Halelwa. Mr. Wlcbman apd
Punahou College. The participants pruvementa will be made by ihat bis party will motor In his Packard
will bo scholars of this excellent col-.time, and tti houie, will be ready J fourlng car, starting early this af
,eBe. t (or occupying. J trooon, -i .
old Cnrlla, R. E. Cranston, Mary
Colgan, Walter Coffee of San Fran
cisco, W. K. Cothrln, W. H. Baldwin,
Louis Breuner, Stepehn Day, Paulina
Dohrman, Marshall Dlggs, Charles K.
Dlllman. 0. W. Duflcy, W. II. Davla
of Los Angeles, W. rl. Oovan, Alex.
Oordon, J, W. Hughea,' Ernest Hoen,
Fred Hatch, Orove L.' Johnson. F. A.
Johnson, C. K. McClatchy, Henry Ml-tur-
R. T. McKUlck, A. R. Pommer,
II. C. Smith, 8parrow Smith, Leland
8weltier, II. H. Btephenson, R. D.
Stephens, EW. Twltehell, L. A. Ter
ry, J. E. Terry, U Stanley, Charles
Tralnor, 1. J. Tralnor, H. E.Yard-
ley; ine Misses Laura uooper, ueasie
Crouch, Mary Crouch, Loretta Chip
man, Corlone Dlllman,' Kata Duggan,
Jaanette 'Hatch, Rosa Sheehan, Est 1 1
Stephens, Nell Behaw, May Terry and
Ethel Olson Sacramento News.
Mlsa Emily Rice Is the house guest
of Miss Nora Sturgeon in Nuuanu
Valley, Mlsa Rice is one of the
belles of Kauai, and wilt be one of
the bridesmaids' ot the Putnam-Da-J
The engagement lias Just been An
nounced of Miss Anna Uard, daugh
ter of ex-Senator and Mra. Bard, or
Southern California, and Ensign
Bherwood Ayres' Tafflnder, U. S. N.
Miss Bard la at 'present en route
borne. from' Honolulu, where the In
teresting announcement' "was made
only a few days ago. The news waa
cabled to Senator and Mrsf Bard,
who have 'made the formal announce-
en' rbtlnte to Russia, Mr. Atkinson's
mission Is well known, and while bis
absence baa left a void In the circle
of admiring frlanda in which be la
alwaya a most welcome addition, bis
paat aucceaaful enterprise has boaa a
source of gratification, and pride to
those whose esteem be holds, and a
"Qod Speed'' goes with "him.
Mra. De Freest entertained at lun
cheon Tuesday In honor of Mra.
Poor, wife of Lieutenant Poor of the
Navy, Mra. Poor la sojourning In Ho
nolulu until the return" of her hus
band who Is'statloned with the Pa-I
Mrs. rieorr Herbert, wife bf Doc
tor Herbert, and Miss Rose Herbert
will leave Ban Francisco, uecemuer.
11th on the Lurline for Honolulu.
Mra. Herbert has been absent for.
some time and will be welcomed
home by many friends.
Captain Takeshlta has Issued In
vitations to a Tea. to be given this
afternoon on, board the Japanese
cruiser Idtumo. ' A number of, local
Army and Navy people and civilians
will ba present and this hospitable offl.
ccr la making great preparations .for
the comfort and entertainment, of hla
guests. . '
Mrs. Reed who la proficient la the
art of fencing, has started a class for
the young ladles at Oahu College.
Oovernor Frear, was a departing
passenger on the steamer Lurline."
Wednesday the seventeenth of. No
vember for the Mainland. Ills ob
jective point' la Washington.' D.C.
After bla sojourn at the Nations
Capital, be will visit other placWof
raent of' their' daughter's betrothal, the Youug Hotel, November the 27tb
-Misa-Bard has been, the guest of
friends In Honolulu for several
mouths. Ou her arrival this week
'she will join her parents at their
home g Ituenepje, Miss Hard an
wuuu wi.u i. luiiuu.u wiui iud r- I W M w
cltto Fleet' on the U, 8. B. California. M,M Erna Bt Go,, wiu be 1
r.iimwiuii rnuuj at , j0l)y tea gunuay afternoon in
waa artistically decorated for the oc-,j,ooor of Mlsa "Peggy" 8tow ot Bafl
caalon. white asters made a pretty ta Barbara, who la her guest, S About
decoration; after luncheon the after- 150 Invitations have been aent out.
noon waa devoted to Bridge. for tne at,lt whlch wU, be Btlre:
. I wall to Mlsa Stow, who salfs next
Mr. and Mra. John A. McCandleai Tuesday for Yokohama where her
and their daughter, returned on the marriage to Edward Bright Bruce
Siberia, November the fifteenth. They will take place. Chronicle,
have had a most enjoyable visit 1 Www
have witnessed the Hudson-Fulton The British' 'Cruiser Bedford left
celebration, the Seattle fair and the early Wednesday morning, the seven
Portola festivities at Ban Francisco. . teenth of Novembar. tor China, af.
miss aiauge tooira trip to, tbe Orieut ter about, one week In thla port'.
Many very pleasant, entertainment
were etven on board to ihd town
people, and the officers were alwi
favored by attentions in the way of;
dinners and teas .while In port.
Mr, and Mrs. Oscar White gave an
enjoyable Bridge party, Wednesday ,
evening to a number of their frUnds.
Handsome prises were awarded) ana '
delicious refreshments served; ..and
an Ideal evening spent at their hoiue!
on Wilder Avenue. '
Miss Alice Cooke left Tuesday on' '
u Vln .- . ,l
with friends, who she baa visited at
thqlr home In Spokane,, Washington.
A vlalt replete with social attentions,
in fact, wherever this chaimlug
young girl la at home, on abroad, she
is always sought and welcome,
An Invitational Dance Is being
planned by the youug aoctety bach
elors of Honolulu, to take place at
TbU function promises to be oue of
tbe social affairs of the year, Tbe
Invitations bave not been Issued or
tbe chaperones chosen. but it will
undoubtedly, be very'excluslve as on-1 the Klnau for Kauai
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