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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1900i '
MUSIC'S GREATEST CHARM IS IN
PLAYING NOT JUST
Nothing gives more lusting pleasure than music Nothing is more appropri
ate or acceptable for Christmas Gifts
Mjf'rjh'.r $.; ""' "" f. ""v """V."
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K Made to win and to wen- and to
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order to introduce these Players here.
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Finely Fnished: Guaranteed Perfect
Ken, very fancy inlaid, hand
Koa, fancy inlaid $ 7.50
Kca, plain $ 5.00
Ukulele Cases (canvas, bound
with leather) $ 1.50
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Is the ideal Piano for the "Den"
not so large as most Pianos, but hat
a beautiful tone. We have them in
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Martin and Victoria
In all kinds of wood; hand-polished;
$2.50 $5.00 $8.25 $12.00
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THE POPULAR COLLECTION OF
This collection contains twenty
one typical Hawaiian melodies. Just
the thing for a souvenir of Hawaii.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,
Odd Fellows' Building
Fort St. near King
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ply, that they have designed this instrument, with the horn, all moving;
parts, and place for one hundred and fifty records and accessories, en
tirely concealed in a handsome mahogany cabinet an ornament in any
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PRICES, $125.00 AND $200.00.
Our position in the Violin field is such that our instrument! are su
perior in tone and finish to those marketed by others at an advance over
If our Violins are not iust as we represent them to be, we are glad to
exchange them. PRICES RANGE FROM $5 TO $75.00.
iMr. and Mrs, Ewing's Dinner. '
.Mr. ai.il Mi- Uwlng j'liici'tnlnuil
Mmnlay In hiinor of Mrs I.. White-
: liou&o of Honolulu T!iu dinner wits
Klvutl lit the Moana lintel, ami serv
til In thu nintii dining loiim; the tn
Me decorations woie of ri'il carna
tions nml maiden hair fein, with
pliir-o curds to match. Tall candcla
lrii.v with (lufTy ictl silk shades cast a
.becoming glow over th assemblage
guests. Mis. Kwlng who In a blonde,
. , wti l an Imported frock of palest
pink wMi, cut In thu latest niodu,
i with' I'orBlan trimmings, Mis. I.
Whltehouse tho guest of honor was
'(lad In handsome whlto lingerie
gown, with largo hluclc plctuio hat.
' Mia. Kdwnul J Loid looked charm-!
V fiifi In ii lavender chiffon, enibiold
'I'li'il In p.ik'ht lavender, with large
'.plctuic hat; Mr. ami Mis. Kwlng's
inucalH niinibeicd ten, after dinner
jlho party antoied to the l'all.
Tho tegular monthly meeting of
J'thu Woman's Auxiliary of tho Ont-
iIkmt Club wnH held at tho iesl
diMicp of Alis. I- M. Swntuy, tho pre
1 1 (It'll t . on thu morning of Wednes
day thu lu'ht of December. Various
niallers of business were discussed,
and a statement was inndo liy Mrs.
i 'Swatuy as head of tho executive
committer, nig.irdliig tho chowdor
-. datnja kIm-ii on Die nliieteentli of
, November last.
Tho total lecclpts
iitimmnled to three hundred and
. eighty-six dollars and hOVeiity-flo
8? cents, ($:!8i;.7r.), iionilioii as follows:
If,' Candy table 23. GO
k.; Fruit? punch, leu eieam soda. 24.95
p."Sal-or iiiograuis G2.80
fie Donations In cash 17. 01)
Tc!trtn wild liy the Wn-
' , nian'H Au.lllaiy lC!i.&0
I TIchhtH sold hy O. C. C... C.2.00
illtiuoy taken tit the dour 41.00
Tola I ox peases
Not proceeds S :ioo . Oft
Of this amount S200.00 will ho
held hy the Tieasuier of the W. A.
hubjoet to the order of the building
V committee of the O, C. C, the io-
, tn ii In I nv tWtlt (!.". 4i )i. iAkiuvuil run
i, ;iniMi"t t " " ' ''" " i i m i"i
kj' iioinunent imiirovemuius of the .
A. huildlUR. Asststanci; In RCtttnR
up tho chowder dancci was Renerously
Klveu fioui many iimtilors-hy the
Army and the Navy, by various busi
ness houses ami by uumeious other
friends. Thq Women's Auxiliary ilo
sirc to publicly express herewith Its
most nppiecintlvo thanks to all who
so graciously contributed to tho suc
cess of Its entertainment. The Wo
men's Auxiliary also states that dur
liiff tho months of December nml
January there will be no chaperons
on duty at tho club quarters, owing
tc the gicat difficulty In netting
members to servo dining this season
whuu all nio much occupied with
holiday work. Those sending chll
dieu to tho club aro requested to
piovldo them with pinner attend
ance. The (list Sunday In December of
each year Is designated and dedicat
ed as ii day on which shall bo le
called la a Memorial Service, by ev
ery lodge of Ulks, In memory of do
parted brothers. This solemn and
liuprctslvo ceremony will bo hold In
thu Opera House, to which invita
tions have been Issued. During the
service tho roll call of tho dead will
bo railed. Illshop Henry Ilond Res
tarlck who Is an honorary life mem
ber of San Diego Lodge, No. 108 will
give the Innovation and pronounce
tho benediction. The oration, will
bo given by llrothor Frank Thompson
whose icputntlon, as a speech maker
uml dialer Is so woll known, that no
comment Is necessary. llrother J.
U. C'oko will perform tho eulogy. We
aro unusually furtunate to possess
such wonderful musical talent, the
following program speaks for Its self,
and shows that a musical tieat is in
btoio for thojo who are fortulalo to
OIIDKU OK SEIIVICP.S.
1. Symphony, No. 8, II Minor,
Andante con moto
Honolulu Conceit Orchestra
Mr. P. J. Vlerra, Dlieetor
2. Opening Hltuallstlc Services
liy the Lodge
:t. Itoll Call of '"Our Absent llro-thers,"
Secretary of tho Lodge
I. Opening Ulks' Ode Air:
"Auld I.ang Syne"
(Audience requested to join)
"Great Ituler of the Universe
All-seeing and benign
Look down upon and bless our work
And ho all glory Thlno!
"Oh, hear our prayeis for our hon
While bearing in our minds
The memories graven on each heart
Kor Auld Lang Syne."
lit. Rev. llro. Heury Ilond Runturlck
Honorary Life Member San Diego
Lodge, No. 1CS
t. Male Doublo (Juartette, "The
Depai ted" Mulll
Messis. Aithur Walt, R. C. Known, C.
1 Waterman, Chester llunn, Stan
ley Livingston, Chester Livingston,
Clifton Tracy and K. O. llartlctt.
7. Oration. ,, .llro, 1'. 10. Thompson
8. Soprano Solo "My Redeemer '
and My Lord" (Dudley Uncle)..
MUs Helen Wood Lathrop
Accompanied hy Mis. I- Tenney
9. IntcrmesHO Slufonlcw (Mas
cagnl) From "Cavallerla Rus
Honolulu Concert Orchestra
10. Kulogy Hto. L. J. Coke
11. llarltono Solo "Preghlosa"
Mr. Henry N. Clark
Accompanied by Mis. Hugo Horzer
12. Sextette from "Lucia do Lani-
mermoor" ( Danlzettl
Honolulu Concert Orchestra
13. Closing Ritualistic Services.
,. . Hy the Lodge
Rt ,Rov. Mi o. Heury Ilond Restarlck
Tho Annual Thanksgiving daucn
glvou last Saturday tit tho Young Ho
tel, hy tho young Hactety bachelors
was a great succerts, about fifty
young people, were present besides
the chaperonos. Tlui ballioom wjih
beautifully decorated for the' occa
sion, It being full, moon, the roor
gulden was an Ideal placu to prom
enade during the Intermissions of tho
dances. Doctor and Mrs. Ueoigo Au
gur and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ourroy
Jr .acted as chapcrones. Among
iIiiikh nrescnt were: MIbm Nora Stur
geon, Miss Anna Tucker. Miss Alible
Dow. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson,
Judge and Mrs. Will Whitney, Mr.
and Mrs. Purer, Mr. and Mrs. 01
ren, Miss Kleugel. Miss Jaeger, Miss
Alice Thompson, Miss Delle McCor
rlston, Miss Wadman, Miss Ada
Rhodes, Miss Robertson, Miss Gene
vieve Langton, Mius Leila Parsons,
Miss Alice Drown, Miss Blanche So
por, Miss Marjorle Freeth, Miss Ella
Wight, Miss Violet McKce, Miss Rico
of Knuul, Mrs. Wm. Campbell, Miss
Wlckstrum, Miss Scoble, Miss Stevens
of New York, Miss Melrer of Dres
den and Messrs. Geo. Drown, Ken
i.eth lliown, Robert Ilond, William
Campbell, Robert Catton, llert Clark,
Herbert Dowsett, l.o Roy M. Ed
wards, C. T. FlttB, Wm. Furef, Ralph
Johnson. Allison Jordan, Chris. Jen
kins, Sherwood Lowrey, Fred Low
roy, Wm. LyniQi-, Harry Lucas, L.
David Larson, Lamb, Robert McCor
rlston, llert Clark, Arthur Macintosh,
Robert Mist, Sonny. Mncfiirlane, C.
If. OUoii. Geo. W, O'Dell. Walter
Rycroft, Mr. llohlnsou, It. C. Sever
encc, Robert Thompson, Will Whit
ney, Guilford Whitney, Geo. and
Frank Warren, Jack Young and oth
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Evans entertained
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Da
mon Thuisday at the Moana Hotel.
The entertainment was In tho form
of a dinner, ten guests were bidden
to the affair, and the tablo decora
tions were greatly admired by tho
guests present, after dinner coffei
wns served on tho spacious lanal of
the Monna, where the party congre
gated and listened to tho Royal Ha
waiian hand concert.
Miss Katherluo Stephens, nlcco of
Captain Marlx, U. S, M. C. attend
ed a hcrp at the Mil Cavalry liar-
lacks, and during tho stay was tho
guest of Lieut, and Mrs. Cunning
ham, The affair was given In honor
of Miss Dockery, slBter of Lieut, Doc
kery, who leaves on the transport
Thomas for her home In Teouessee.
Mlsi I '-"IT has been the recipient
o! imii i ml intention during her
a, ... islnnds she Is an excoed-
..gly i ty blond, with fair hair,
larrp blue c)t and fair skin. The
.!c, ure of Miss Dockery for tho
mu....Mnd, will mako n soclul void at
Schofleld Barracks. i
Miss Kathleen and Miss Annie
Ward are giving an elaborate lunch-'
ion this afternoon In honor of Mrs.
Whiting, wlfo of Rear-Admiral Whit
ing of the U. S. Navy. The lunch
cor. will bo a large affair, but only
the Intimate friends of the guest or
honor have been Invited; most of
the guests will Include tho girlhood
frends of Mrs. Whiting, she having
beon an Island girl.
Mr. Hagen's Luncheon.
The luncheon which Mrs. Hagens
t;ave Thursday at her Pearl Harbor
home, was enjoyed by the coterie of
friends that were present. After lun
cheon a number of rubbers of Bridge
were enjoyed. Among those present
were: Mrs. Hagens, Miss Ada
Rhodes, Mrs, James Dougherty, Mrs.
Frod Damon, Miss Grace Robinson
and Miss Irene Dixon.
Captnln and Mrs. James Robert
Pourlo have moved Into their new
quarters at Fort Ruger. Tuesday was
this popular woman's i',iy At Homo,
many friends and acquaintances mo
tored to Fort Ruger, to call on Mrs.
Pourie who poured tea in her usual
hospitable, manner; and a pleasant
tme of chit-chat was spent over the
Mrs. Alexander Lindsay, wife of
Judge Lindsay entertained Friday In
honor of her slster-ln-law, Mrs. Fa ye
of Kauai., About twenty four women
were present. The hostess and her
guest at honor received under the
palms, later tea was served on the
lawn. It was an Ideal day, and an
enjoyable time was spent.
Mr. mid Mrs. Moore and Miss
Mooro who are leaving today on the
Mongolia for thu east, gavo an elab
orate dinner, Thursday at the Young
Hotel. The table decorations were
exquisite red loses; after dinner the
party motored out to tile Moana to
listen to the Uand concert,
Doctor Ernest Waterhouse, who Is
making u tour of tho world will
spend Christmas with his Bister, Mrs.
Izru Stubbs, lu Loudon, England.
Mrs. Stubbs was Miss Elsie Wuter
house of Honolulu,' und was oue of
Hie society girls belonging to tho
Mrs. Low wife of Captalu Low, U.
S. M. C. has been the guest of Doc
tor and Mrs, Lane.iU. a. Nat.tbelr
home on Thurston avenue, during
Captain Lanc'B march around the
Island, which ho has beon taking
with his company of tho U. S. M. C.
Miss Dorothy Mosher, who has
been the guest of Miss Alice Hede
man, for the past few months, will
leave today on tho Mongolia, for her
home In Los Angeles, Miss Mosher
has beon the motif of much enter
tainment during her sojourn In the
Lieutenant Turner's mother and
sister and cousin fioni St. Louis urn
domiciled ut the Moana. The Turn
ers will spend the winter In Honolulu.
Miss Helen Hough of Stockton,
Cat., entertained Informally at din
ner, Thursday evening at the Moana
Canon and Mrs. Edward Simpson
with their two boys, have been so
journing for the last few days at Mt.
Tantalus In order to escape the un
usual heat that has existed In Ho
nolul ufor the past few days.
A number of dinner parties were
given- Thursday evening; after din
ner the guests and their hostess at
tended tho theater,
Rear-Admlrnl and Mrs. Whitney
with their little daughter, Marie, havo
taken ex-Governor Carter's small bun
galow on the beach, and have been
receiving many culls from their
Miss Nannlo Winston, who Is
stopping at the Moana, will he At
Home to her friends tho first Thurs
day In every month.
A large Influx of tourists aro a good
ly sight. The streets have an air quite
like a city. Well-dressed men and
stylish women In their smart gowns
and hats, are very much In evidence,
and the. hotels nrp filled with visitors,
tome who contemplate a winter here.
Advices Ehow that tho season has but
Just begun that a larger nerceutaim
of visitors will bo bound for this port
as the season advuncos. The climate
Is a drawing card, but not the only
one for the hospltablo spirit which Is
ever present, und roudy to extend a
cordial welcome to tho atranger with
In our gate,
On Frlduy evening. November the
twenty-sixth, a swimming purty, by
thu light of thu full moou, was gotten
up at tho Monna hotel for thu uxpiess
purpose of onjoylug a swim In the
mighty Paclflc. Always alluring to the
lover or this sport, but doubly so when
lair uuna is scheduled to look her
bilghtest, the Bjiort began, but alas I
- -.t-iaJliwC i' j .!, -it t t
agMfcjjgas-iMitinrliit.rp-'yiii.'-T-. i .' ..-. L..sr
. I"''ai1' 'i1' "it'ii r i ill j'fijfri, H.li', 'r-fVHi.artjftvfiw.,,,.- ....i...
and alack! the unexpected happened
tho light became fainter and fainter,
and finally there was no moonlight at
all, and tho merry party who were dis
porting In tho glorious waters of the
grand Paclflc, made up their minds
that some one. was playing a Joke or,
now that strikes aro almost universal,
tho moon had concluded to try her
hand at tho game. Imagine their cha
grin when told that an eclipse had
"stole n march" upon them. All parties
took It good naturedly and finished tho
evening on the Bpacloug lanal of tho
hotel, whore delicious Bandwlches, sal
ad and tho over welcome cup bf .tea
was served, and an enjoyable evening
was passed notwithstanding the fact
that Madame Moon failed to material
ize at tho desired time. Thoso pres
ent were Miss Helen Hough, of Stock
ton, California; Miss Creo, daughter
of Major Cree, U. S. A.; Miss Georgia
Smith of Seattle; Miss Quarles, Mrs.
Elizabeth Church, Dr. and Mrs. Col
lins, Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Seattle,
Mrs. Hang, Mr. Fulford of Los Ange
les, Mr. Percy Cleghorn, Lieutenant
Burchfleld, Mr. Walthlngton of Los
Angeles, Dr. Holllngsworth, and -Mr.
Tanner of Los Angeles.
The German cruiser Arcona, leav
ing such ii good Impression behind of
tho pleasant relations existing between
Us officers und tho townfolk, returned
from San Francisco on Friday, Decem
ber the third, and will possibly re
main a week and then resume her
voyage to the China station.
Tho wedding of Miss Elsa Schaefer
to Mr. A. John Waldron has beon set
for January the third, nineteen hun
dred and ten. Tho ceremony will be
performed nt high noon In St. An
That was a bright Idea of D. Lloyd
Conkllng, Territorial Treasurer, to
bring a gift of new and popular music
to our Band und can be looked upon
as a kind act io tall lovers of good
Mr. Royal D. Mead, the alert busl-,
ness man, left on a business trip to'
Maul, where he will vlrlt a number
of plantations lu tho Interest of tho
planters whom he represents,
Harold Dillingham left on the
btcamer Mongolia for 8an Francisco,
where ho will Join Mrs. Dillingham
and remain for a month.
Miss Carolina Ulven, who has been
thu guest of Mrs. C. Holloway, is re
turning to the mainland on the Mon
golia. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gait returned on
tho steamer Mancl)urla from an ex
tended European trip.
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