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' EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATUnDAY, DEC. li, iSM.
Ehlers' for Useful Gifts
A Merchandise Order
Can be obtained for any amount from $1 up and it good in all de.
partmenU; an easy way to make a tfift.
. An Old Trick
nf filiean umhrellfta flrtt IPOOd OnCS
while you are at it, whether for your
own ue or a nresent.
Our heavy winter ihipnient is Just
derful atiortment of handles; steel
or wood iticki: eiona. union in
and all tilk coverings. '
tIia .nffM nnM ram 75o tin. but
for presents we would recommend
an alMiUt one, wnicn can no nao.
from $4.00 np.
Those Mew York Hats
Arriving last week have made the greatest hit of any
display 'we have ever made.
The reason is plain they are HATS, not merely
exaggerations, as so many recent seasons have
You will like the styles of these in fact, you will
And just the hat you have had in mind.
The prices will surprise you in a different way
from the usual millinery way they are more than
Why Not iiet
a suit of clothes instead of a gun or
a rocking horse, especially is he is
son or nephew" of 'yours t
He'll like it just as well and look
how much more useful it will be to
We are carrying a large line. of
Boys' Woolen and Wash Suits in all
the popular styles. Prices 2.60 up.
A Glove Order
Enables the recipient to select just the kind and color of glove she needs
to match her costume; for sale at our glove counter.
Leather Bags, Purses, etc-
We have recently enlarged this department and
started things off right with a heavy Christmas im
portation. In hand bags, we are showing many styles in calf,
seal, alligator, etc.. in all sizes up to 18 inch; we .
also carry an excellent line of grips and suit cases.
1 In fancy leather goods will be found collar bags,
travelers' hanger cases, traveling cases for toilet ar
ticles, writing caies, etc., all useful 'and handsome
Silk or KUI
Are always acceptable to Miss or
Madam; a wwan never has too
We are showing many of the best
;mpkos. including Dent's, Fowncs'
and Kttjssrs, in rll lengths and col.
Neckwear belts, handkerchiefs
and hosiery in the latest mnkes.
Ladles' and Misses' Coats
Our display of these embraces all that's being worn now silk,
woolen and rubberized satin. ..,.... i .
In the woolen coats' we are showing some light .weight Cravenetted
Serges, which of course are waterproof; alsVsome heavier, satin-lined
tiavellng coats for ('anyone leaving the Islands.
In silk, among others, we are showing some imported embroidered
cape-coats, pongees and other, silks, which are beauties; rubberised
satin continues popular. We 'have 'plain and striped in all colors.
Our Men's Neckwear
this Christmas surpasses all previous shdwings, and
we believe it is the best popular priced assortment
that can be found in the city.
Bows, strings and four-in-hands in many late
styles and popular shades; of the four-in-hands ue
are showing Hires widths, and with both finished nnd
Wc are also showing a pretty line of combina
tion boxes of tie, hose and suspcmlcis to match.
SOCIAL CHATTER isbe HOME TALK .
The tlreo weddings that will take
place tho first ot the year are absorb
ing tho Interest of the smart set of
Honolulu. Tho fact that heft three
prospective brides are all popular
toclety girls, adds a sest to tho affairs.
Two of the weddlpgs will take place
the first week 'In January. Miss Elsa
Schaefer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
P, A. Schaefer, wfll we'd Mr. .1. W.
Wnldron on Tuesday, 'January the
fourth, at high noon,' Tho ceremony
will take place at St. Andrew's Ca
thedral,' and 'bit performed by Canon
Edward, Simpson of the Episcopal
church. Miss Rlsa Schaefer will bo
nttonded by her sister. Miss Pauline,
wlio wlil net as maid of honor, and Willi
havo four little flower girls. Mr. Wal
dron, the fiancee of Miss Scliapfer,
haH chosen Jlr.i Sinclair to stand up
with him. ,
Miss Iwalani Jaeger will be married
tho latter part of tho month. Her
wedding will probably bo a homd af
fair, simplicity and lack of ostentation
will mark the wedding arrangements,
but nn artistic attention to detail will
furnish a dainty floral setting fur the
Miss Adelo Dreler will make the
third brldo, her wedding taking place
on the fifth f January at St. Augus
tine ichapel, at AValklkl. Miss Dreler
Is a tall, willowy brunette, with haze)
eyes and brown hair? "Miss Drelor's
wedding gown and entire 'trousseau Is
being made In Honolulu. ,Theso gowns
nro partlcularly'boautlful.'tho wedding
gown and tho mald-of-honor gown, to
bo worn by Miss Irene Dixon, will In
themselves afford tho eluborate nolo
to'tho beautiful church wedding. 'The
sul Mr. V. A. Schaefer was the host.
at a delightful stag dinner In honor
of Captain Schroeder nnd Officers ot
the German. ship Arcona. The table
decorations were in red exorla and
slmllox, during dinner many toasts
were made and witty speeches ex
changed. Among those present were:
be 'a treat to hedr him. Four ot the' Mr. F.A. acnaeior. wapca.n Dcru.
prettlest little girls havo been choccu .!, Lieut-Commander Cmraemiin.
as flower girls. They aro little Mlsa Lleut-Commandcr Albrecht, Lieut.
Wolf Mluu Iure. Low. Miss Manrioiui okuiicii, '
decorations for this wedding will be
white and green. Ernest Parker ai.J
Jimmy McOuIro will havo chorgo and
a number of novelties will bo'lnio
duced In the decora the lino. Mr,
Hugo Hcrzer will be tho soloist of thu
evening. This young man posse.-saa
a wonderful barltono voice, and It will
Rosalie Davison andMlss Emily Ma
goon. The usaors will be Mr. William
A.' Dixon, Mr. Arthur MackintoshMr.
Oeorge Fuller and Mr. Clarenco Wat
jrman. Mr. Sam Walker will act as
best man. The Impresslvq Roman
Catholic ceremony that will unite, this
young couple as man and wife will
take place at eight o'clock, to bo fol
lowed by a roccption at tho beaut'i'ul
Dreler 'home, on Beretanla avenue,
from 8:30 to 10 o'clock,
Mr. and Mr, von Damm'i Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. von Datum entertained
atiB midday dinner last 8unday In
jmnor of four of the officers ot the Ar
cona. Covers were laid for eight, and
tho table decorations were scarlet car
nations. Miss Alameda Townsend and
Miss Wlckstrum, two society girls. ng uecorated in this novel decora
were asked to meet these charming (0 even the chandeliers and elec-
officers. Later In tho afternoon the tre lights were covered with shav
party went surf riding at the Moaua ,ngg Th'8 arch wny, between tho
hotel. After surfing and swimming In library dfnlntf room and drawing
.the briny leen for sovcral hours the room wa8 gtrung wth japaljMe
party motored to tho Arcona nnd dined wooden lanterns, lighted with elec
on board ibis hospitable shin: jtrlclty, producing a pretty effect.
I Progressive b'r'dge was chosen the
Mr. 7 A. Schaefer's Stag Dinner, 'gariie to critertaln their guests. Alt
Baturduy evening tho Italian Con-the prizes were ot wood, which car-
hard, Aleut. KoenlavLleut. Bchraol
ling Lieut, von Flschelr Lieut. ion
Zltzewltz, Count von Schmettowr and
Paymaster Krause, Mr. Pfotenhauer,
Doctor Hoffman, Mr. F. Klebohn. Mr.
Du Hoi, Mr. Tlodlck and others. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Berndt Wooden Wed
ding. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Derndt cele
brated the Gtti anniversary of their
we'ddlng last Wednesday evening In
u most novel fashion. About twenty
guests were Invited to play bridge
whist, the scheme of the decorations
were, planned to enrry out the cele
bration, which was their wooden
wedding. The host and hostess re-
rlcd out the wooden Idea. Mrs. Zeno
K. Mers won the first woman's
prize, a polished glove box of flem
ish oak, Mrs. Fred Waldron was
awarded tho boo-boo prize a gilded
wooden spoon . Mr. '.. K. Mers was
the fortunate, winner, of the men's
prize, a handsome oak stem rack,
with a centor panel o( blue delf. Mr.
Wallace Farrlngton captured the
men's boo-boo prize a sandal wood
puzzte. At eleven o'clock delicious
refreshments were, served ,nt small
tables. Among Mr. and Mrs. Ilcrndt's
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Zeno K.
Myers, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Far
rlngton, Mr and Mrs. K. A. Douthltt,
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Mr.
nd Mrs. Fred L.'Waldron, Mr. and
Mrs. Alexis Glgnoux, Mr. and Mrs.
A. II. Tarleton, Mr. nnd Mrs.' Mars
ton Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Kolph
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Derndt,
Mrs. L. Derndt and Mrs. E. Dlmond
and Mr. Fritz Tlaerlng.
Dinner on the Arcona.
One of thu most elaborate dinners
of the week, was the function gheu
by tho gallant Captain ot the Ar
cona. Captain Schroeder who Is a
Schaefer, Mr. Pfotenhauer, Acting
Governor Mott-Smlth, Doctor Wnltci
Hoffman and Pastor Felm.
Mrs. Klebahn's Dinner.
Miss Elsa Schaefer, who will be
home on College street. The table jjr Tnz Stag Dinner.
was n mass of sweet scented purple
Nlolets with band painted place mrds
tied with Inlet satin ribbon. Only
the guest of honors most Intimate
friends were InUtcd; Mrs. John Gtiltd
one of the Januar brides, .-is the ooUcil charming in n white cmbrold-
compllmetited guest at a dinner gl- cred lingerie find., Mrs. Duncan
en by Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Klc- Murdoch was beautiful In u pink
bahn at their home on Pllkol street.1 mcssallno, cut In the latest mode,
Tuesday evening. Long stemmed Mra. Er,mn Haldln wore a jellow
American beauty roses, formed the thlHon with embroidered trimming,
decoration for the table, thebo flow- Mr8 Charles Ilaldwln looked band
ers wero arranged artistically, and C(mo n n ico frcK
gave a cnarming onocr, rnmoincil wltn present bejlde the
cetved their guests under u canopy finished artist In entertaining, sur
of wooden shavings, In fact the house passed himself Monday evening at
the stag dinner at which he acted us
host. Covers wero laid for twelve
and the tablo was adorned with or
chids, the place cards were snap
shots taken ot the Arcona, mounted
on dull red with the name Arcona In
irilsed gold letters. Five officers from
the wardroom were Invited to Join
In the festivities, and the following
guests from uslioro wero Invited:
Admiral Corwln p. Recs, Mr I'
Hen foam green tulle. Ten guests
were seated at the oblong table, each
place being reserved by dainty place
cards. Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klebnhn,
Miss Elsa Scuefer, Miss Irmgaid
Schaefer, Miss Eleanor Wnterliouse,
Mr. acorge Fuller, Mr. Frank Arm
strong, Mrs. J. W. Waldron and Mr.
llajer of llackfeld & Co.
luncheon at Pacific Club.
The Pacific Club was the setting
cf a-most elaborato luncheon on Sun
day last, when Mr. W. Pfotenhauer
entertained n honor ot Captain
Schrocdor und'the senior officers ot
tho Cruiser Arcona. The tablo dec
orations were red carnations; at one
o'clock an eluborate repast was serv
ed, after luncheon tho part) motored
througluthe beautiful suburbs of Ho
Mr, and Mrs. John Guild's Dinner.
host and hostess
were: Mr. nnd Mis. Duncan Mur
doch, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cburles .Mm dock,
Mr. and Mrs. Krdmnn lulduiu, Mis.
Helen Maiks and Mr. Will Ilaldwln
of Haiku, Maul.
Mr W I.niii mti'rtnlned Infornml-
1 Mouila) omiiIiik In honor of tliu
wardroom ollktrs of the Akoii.i.
Captain Schrocder's Tea.
Captain Si hnx'ilcr intertalneA in
formal!) ut tea. Monday nrternoon
on his ship the Ariona. Tint ship
was bcdcLki'd In Hags and pennants;
the Musts were Intltcd for four
o'clock, and tea. Ices, cakes and
F.indul.hM wero ecred In the Cap
tain's cabin, which was a boner or
pink roves nnd maiden li.ilr Only
'.bu fair sec was Included In thu
Captain's liivltHllnu. man) sin irt
frocks were obscned and storm of
pictt) v omen wero present. Among
tlioo present wcic- Mrs. Coiwln P.
fties, wife of Admiral Itees, .Mrs.
Krnrst Mo'it-Smlth, wlfo of the Ait-
bhade of blue, heavily rrlnged and PrunrWco, Is well known In both
embroidered. Aftei dinner tho liost biisluei3 and social circles of llnuii-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Duncan Muidoek and Hostess and their gnesls, pnrtl- lulu, lunlug tc, tlm paradise or
yere tho complimented guests Wed- clpnted In the hop, which was given tho I aclfie a number or limes. Mr.
nesday evening nt a dinner given b that eenlng .it, the Monna, In honor Urnuxo Is returning .from a two
Mr. and Mrs. John Guild nt their of the passengers of the Teii)o Maru. Iironllis' ple.ikuio trip to Japan.
Is one that combines Beauty and Usetulness
The Great White Frost Refrigerator
Has these two features as Chrostmas Gift 'to a marked degree. The White Frost is a beauty that every weman is proud to have in her
Bat aside from its appearance it has points that attach it to the owner more strongly.
Of this refrigerator the question "Is there a' perfect refric,erator made I "l can be truthfully answered in the affirmative. ..
'Because is a meuiuo rcinneraior raaae entirely of galvanized sheet steel, with solid brass trimmings.
Because there is -not one stick of wood as large as a tooth-pick connected with it 'in any manner. ,
Because it is coated.with white enamel inside and out (exceptlnar ice-chamber)., ' '
Because, after it has been coated with sahl white enamel, it is placed in an oven of high temperatures and the enamel thoroughly
bode on., ' ,
Because steel will uot shrink swell, warp or decay.
Because it is cylindrical in foim, and has no nasty corners to die out.
It is the handiest refrigerator made.
During the Holidays special indncements wjll be given buyers of this nifrigeiator.
Because it has revolving shelves.
Qoyn Furniture Qo Young Bid.
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Mr. and Irs. C. Paul Haag's Dinner,
Thursday eienlng, Mr. nnd Mrs. 'IB Governor, Mrs. Charles Walte,
C. Paul Haag entertained nt dinner. Mr. Walter loninatiMrs. Du Itol,
at tlie Mo ma In honor of Mr. Clar-JMrs George- Itodlek, Mrs llnncberg.
onco (1 1 anger and ills sister-in-law , Mrs Humbcig, Mlsj Iriu.i llalleu
Ml8s Swett. The table was decorated ! f "e, Mies Irnmunl Sihacfiir, MIsh
in red carnations nnd maiden hair, llllcnt)iie, Miss ICopke mid miny
with dainty hand painted place card others,
to match, Mrs Hung looked stun-1
nlng in nn Impoited gown of pnlc Mr. Chretien' (linngo of Sin rrnn
blue, with cnibelllshnicnts of lncc. jclsco was a through passenger on tho
Mrs. Oustav Schuefcr' was clad in u,Teii)o Maru. Mr Gratign who Ih
mnlmsllk, with nn over dress of net vice-president nnd i.nnnger of thu
of the same tolor, hoally enihrold-, Metropolis Trust Co nnd nlxo is ron
ered. Miss Swett wns n drehm In n nccfed in nn nifltlnl lanarltv .lth
princess empire satin In tho now the Western National Hank of Ban uu
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