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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1909.
4 SOCIAL CHATTER nes; HOME TALK a
Judge and Mrs. Ballous Dinner. caused u great deal of merriment, ast
Jttilmi ntiil tt-B qIiIiiam ti.iii(ta tliA itlnrn rnnla worn anrt nf n. 'lnko I
dinner given In, honor of the Inttcr'H off" on sevcrul of tl10 Kucsts that
were present. Aiicr dinner mo par
ly inclined In tliu rail, It helng full
moon, and n qillct evening, tho scen
ery was exceptionally hcnutltul.
Among tliosu present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Krlc KnmlHcn, Judge ami Mrs.
Sidney IIjIIoii, Doctor and Mrs.
.lames Judd, Mndnm Knudsen, Mr
r.unt mid alitor. Mrs. Parker mid
Nils. Ilnrry Tumor, who nro visit
ing them, tuuved nil clijoyablo or
fnlr. The guests wore Invited fur
Thursday evening, covers were Inlil
for twelve, and dinner was served
promptly nt seven o'clock. Only nr-
tlllclnl lights were used on this oc- nnd Mm. Alonzo (turtle)-, Messrs.
taslon, the old fushtoued cnndelahra
containing twinkling candles, dress
cd In Huffy yellow shades, produced
n beautiful effect, while n center
piece of yellow chrysanthemums
helped carry out the color scheme,
of purple and gold. Kragruut cors
age uoiuiuets of violets, tied with
Augustus Knudsen", Hi lice Cartwrlght
Jr. mid Mr. Halph Hosiiler.
Mr. and Mrs. Bentlev's Dinner.
In the private dining room of the
Mouna, Mr. and Mrs. Ucntloy wcro
the host and hostess, ut a charming.
purple ribbon, was found nt each lb lloln(cd tinnier, Thursday even-
placo; the place cards also matched
the decorations. Tho fnlr hnsles9.
who understand!) so thuioughly the
art of entertaining, tliut her friends
on receiving an Invitation from her,
inako every cfTort to nrccpt, for thoy
well know that great pleasure Is In
Btorc for them. Tliursday evening
proved no exception to the rule, after
severul hours of brilliant conversa
tion and chit-chat, tho party adjourn
ed to the drawing room, where cof
fee and Uqticrs were served. Later
in the evening Mrs. Ilallou was pre
vailed upon to render several Instru
mental pieces, which was done In n
innstcrly style. Those present were:
Judge nnd Mrs. Sidney Ilallou. Mrs.
I'arker und Mrs. Harry Turner of
Los Angeles, Hon. and Mrs. (Jcorgo
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wil
der, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Unit, Colonel
Van Schuyler and Mr. Walter Dil
lingham. Mr. and Mrs. Knndsen's Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Krlc Knudsen en-4
tcrtnlned delightfully Saturday even
ing at dinner. Coven were laid for
twelve, nnd the table was beautiful
ly arranged, the color scheme being
Jellow. Plumed chrysanthemums oc
cupied tho center of the table, while
lug. The guests were seated nt n
circular table, in tho middle of the
table was n hnndsomo basket filled
with yellow chrysanthemums, nround
the hnndlo of tho basket, was placed
Email electric light bulbs, which
were covered with chrysanthemum
shades, tho candelabra was also de
corated with shades representing
chrysanthemums. At each of the
women's place was found n lurge
corsage boii(liet of violets tied with
lavender, dew drops of violets wcro
placed at tho men's place. Tho hos
tess, who Is an exceedingly handsome
wcmaii, looked regal in a pink satin,
adorned with point applique, Mrs.
James Wilder looked unusually well
in pale blue satin, with touches nr
jet. Among those prenent were: Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ilcntlcy, Mr. nnd Mrs.
James Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert
Shingle, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mac
fnrlane, Mr. Lorrin Thurston and
Mr. Sullivan of San Francisco.
Mr. George Brown's Dinner Dance.
Mr. George Drown was tliu host
ht an exceedingly enjoyable dinner
dance, which was glvon Tuesday
evening nt his country place nr Ka
ulnwal. The function was given In
honor of Mr. und Mrs. Oustnr Schne-
naiuisonio candelabra, with yellow jfer. Oners wero laid for twenty
shades, representing chrysanthemum .two, nnd the tnble was artistically
covered the caudles, and shed n pret- nrinngc-d In red, cnrnntlon lcls of
ty and becoming light over the as- scarlet, weio found nt each place,
keiublcd guests. The place cards in ml worn during tho evening by the
were fetching nnd extremely novel, j young people. Dinner wus served
At the plnccs of the fnlr sex were . at soven, at small tnblcs. After din-
? found black gun metal bats with tho tier danc
Hedcman, Miss Dorothy Mosher, Mrs.
C. Holloway, Mrs. Andrew Fuller,
Mr. and Mrs. Rlchnrdson of Hilo,
Miss Elsn Schacfcr, Miss Julia White,
Miss lleatrlee Castle, Miss Vera Da
mon, Mies Alice Roth, Mr. Sherwood
Lowiey, Mr. Hniold Cnstlo, Mr.
llruce Cartwrlght Jr., Mr. Frederick
l.owrcy, Doctor Hedcman, Mr. Jack
Wnldion and Mr. Frank Armstrong.
Mrs. and Miss Wartz Tea,
Mrs. Charles I'etnberton Wartz,
nnd Miss Wartz of New York who
are spending the winter at the Mo
ann hotel, entertained at 5 o'clock
tea, Thursday afternoon ut that po
pular cnrlvons.iry. Tea was served
on the Walklkl lahul which hud
been converted into n bowr of beau
ty, with the means of palms and cut
flowers. Mm. Evans of Oakland, pre
sided nt the tea table, and poured
tea In her usual graceful manner,
white oriental boys 111 spotless white
and noiseless tread passed the sand
wiches, cakes etc. Mrs. Wartz wore
a becoming gown of soft silk, with
n handsome .Egyptian scarf, which
gave an effective touch to her gown,
Miss Wartz was becomingly clad In
a Wench lingerie, frock, Mrs. Robert
Harris, mo guest or honor, wore a
black gown, wjlb touches of Jet, Mrs.
Henry llond Restnrlck woio a beau
tiful chiffon gown of figured laven
der. Mrs. Rodgers, n tourist In Ho
nolulu, wore a smart lace robe, Mrs.
Evan's gown was of cream net,
braided, Mrs. Dent ley a prominent
society woman of Ban Francisco,
wore a white lingerie gown over
pink silk, with large picture hat,
Mrs. C. Puul Haag of San Francisco
wore one of the hundsomest gowns,
princess effect nnd elaborately em
broidered; Mis. Collins ns usunl,
looked very charming nni pretty In
n natty two piece suit, Miss Helen
Hough of Stockton, wore n girlish
white frock, with n lingerie hat
which wus extremely becoming, her
aunt Miss Hough, was clad In blue
large hat, completed tho striking
costume. Among, those present were:
Ucntlcy, Mr, and Mrs. Evans. Mrs.
C. Paul Hang of San Frunclsco, Miss
Hough and Miss Helen Hough or
Stockton, Cnl., Mrs. Rodgers, Mlsi
Lloy of Seattle, Miss Mary Cattoli,
Miss Short of Portland, Ore., Mrs.
Ellzubcth Church, nnd Mr. Horace
Mrs. Francis Swanzy's Dinner.
.virs. frnncis wunzy win give a
dinner Tuesday evening nt her beau
tiful home In Manoa. Covers will
be laid for about .twenty-four, all
tho guests Invited nre first cousins
of this charming woman. As the
Wilder family nro noted for their ver
satility, this assemblage Is sura to
be u brilliant one.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cuiihn, Doctor and
Mis. Murray have rented the Sam
Parkor house at tho Peninsula. These
hospitable people keep oien house to
many friends, who motor down to
see them, drop In either to huve a
cup of tea, or dinner, and the'n mo
tor home. Tuesday the Ed Tenneys
nnd the Harry Lewis were guests of
Mrs. Murrays, Friday n number of
young girls and married women
went down to luncheon. After the
midday repast severul rubbers of
bridge were enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macfnrlane
guvu air enjoyable luail on Sunday
lust In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dent
ley of San Francisco. The party mo
tored to Ahulmnnu, where a genuine
Hawaiian feast wus awaiting them
The guests of honor, although mala
hints did full Justice to the repast, and
were Interested In this novel mode of
entertainment, About twenty guests
wero present. Late In the nfternoou
tho party motored back to town for
Mr. Kay and Mr. John Tnurner two
society men of Los Angeles spent
severul weeks ut the Monua, but left
en tho Manchuria for a trip to the
Orient. These two young men wero
so charmed with the Islands, Hint
Order for the Holidays
a case of PR1MO HEER, so that when friends drop in for
the evening you can quickly provide some dainty refreshment.
A' Welsh rarebit and salt crackers; or some sandwiches
are just right with a cold glass of beer, and should be served in
iinuio of the guest In raised gold.
The men's place cards represented a
witch on n broom stick, with the
uclng wus Indulged In until
it lntc hour. Among thoso present
beside the host, and Mr. and Mrs.
Schaefer his guests of honor were:
Mrs. Wnrtz nnd Miss Wartz. Mrs. ,hc' wl" Probnbly spend the month
Robert Harris of New York, Mrs.
'Stephen II. Phillips of Salem, Mass.,
lllshop nnd Mrs. Henry Horn! Restnr
lck, Canon and Mrs. Edward Simp
son, Mr. Illlss, Doctor and Mrs.
George Augur, Judge and Mrs.
Woodruff, Mrs. Low, wife of Cap
tain imw, u. s. M. a, Doctor and
of Februury In Honolulu on their
leluru from the Orient.
James D. Dole of Wahlawa returned
from a business trip to the Coast con
nected with his pineapple plantation.
Mrs. C. M. Cooke returned from a
"; Order direct from the
Bre.wcryif you wish, or from
your, dealer. If from the
latter be sure to specify
r wsunitiw cnin
liamo In gold; there unlquo favors Miss WUhelmln.t Tenney, Miss Alice I, Mra. Victor Collins, Mr. nnd Mrs. short visit to Mother Rice on Kuual.
Christmas Pianos at Great Bargains
The Eastern Piano Factories are over-stocked. Taking advantage of this fact, we bought 26
Pianos at almost our own price. Some of this stock is here, and the 'rest is on ther way
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THE STOCK CONSISTS OF
88 Note Cecilian
Regent and other
And the World-Renowned
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At the Regular Price
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The store is overstocked Wc must sell Our terms are easy.
UNTIL CHRISTMAS A DISCOUNT OF 12 TO 15 PER CENT OFF OUR
REGULAR PRICE WILL BE GIVEN.
Our Tuner MR. E. GIESECKE served twenty years with the STEIN
Old Pianos are taken in exchange.
Why nov take advantage of the unusual offering we are making on
Pianos? , . ,
We have used and second hand .Pianos to offer you at prices that wil
interest the most economlcarbuyer. vk ..-,. .... yiW
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