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1. ' r jo EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. SATUnDAY, JAN. 1, 10. .
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Will Begin Monday, January 3rd. Entire Stock of NIGHT GOWNS, SKIRTS,
DRAWERS, CHEESES, CORSET COVERS and COMBINATIONS.
At Big Price Redtions. - See Window Display and , Note Prices.
SVPUC' T"D V f nHFQ .00 Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.,
AvnO Ul I UWVV VJW.9 . Opposite Fire Station
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UK Christmas bolls, Hint rang partake-of hi liospItnIlt Tlic hcimo
vwns .iitljilrnlly decorated 111 holly,
nut ,0 Joyously on.. Clirltma l.orrto on.l fmll.it. Din-
ago, ueruiuiuK mu iiaw. ...
iinotlicr Mrthdny ot uur
blessed l.onl. vlio save us
tills Christian world, ami nil
llio lilffislncD which Ho has showor
a.,l upon us llio beautiful gifts, and
the festUal, arranged, not only for
cmr own pleasure, b?it to bring Jn'
to tho hearts of all within our reach,
Ja toilny a pleasant memory. As tho
' Just hour ot midnight, tolled, the
year nineteen hundred and nine,
JiukspJ away, and today Is the Mrth
tit n beautiful New Year, her robo
of tuuro, bcIHted her youth, her in
jiueeut blow ciowned with fair prom.
itm, for a year of peace, and blesi
3ngs, which may bo mini, If wo but
leep'lt, a truo year. Tljo car which
Ji:w 'just passed, was replete with
lltnlth. wealth and happiness. No
war or pestllenio, menaced uur
l.eatitlfui island city; an abundant
Jiartost, lirmiKlit prosperity, enabling
tho j;enernus onoi, who reaped so
r.bund.uitly, to hhow their gratitude
to nil nil wlsu. Killer, bv lllllug tHo
tup. of othors.'glvlng Rood measure,
"I reared down, anil runnlliK (Her."
Vo cannot sunt up tho many bone
jits, -which havo fallen to our lot,
mid each year, brings n larger train
if blessings. The happy faces wo table was arranged a canopy of red
Ji.cct, nru but a rellev of the thoughts! double hlbl-ciH mid Hallux. This
fw'ltliln to do, anil to be. and t'tnauopy w.ii. .ittachcd to tho chniido-
luiko tho ) car nineteen hundred Htld Her? the twinkling clectilc lights,
i tier was nerved nt sovc:. o'clock and
tho table was a plctuio 111 scarlet
and green. AnioitR those present
wore: Mts. Walter Tiear, Mr. and
Mrs. llenjaiuln 1'. DIIIIiikIiiiiii, Doctor
niul Mrs. Philip I'n.'ir. Mr. mid Mis.
Ilralnard Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Kritnlc
Dillingham, Mr. ami Mrs. lirdman,
Miss t'lalie and Mr. Walter Ulllliig
ham. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilder s Dinner
On Wednesday evening, Mr. unit
Mrs. Samuel Wilder entertained In
honor of llx-Oovoruor mid Mrs. (leo.
It. Carter and Mr. and Mis. (Icrrlt
Wilder. Tho tlhlo Was bcailtirtil III
led ini-es and Oiidelnhrn'ullh shades
of the unfile color. Aiming those who
partook of Mr. and Mrs. Wllder's
hospitality were: lion, and Mrs.
(icoigc Carter, Mr and Mis. llcrrlt
Wilder nnd Mr. and Mrs. .lames Wll
'der. Mrs. Ernest Watcrhouscs Dinner,
An elaborate illunur was given by
Mrs. Kriiuxt Uijtei bouse at her Nuu
linu Valley home. Wednesday even
ing. Tim deem nt Iuim were unlquel
I anil uiMiuiiui; ovui mo comer oi iitu.
Jen, n record for smlteilng good
M'fil, nnd to rr.ip ino uarvesi im:
llast holiday week, has beoit iiniu-
i,r Ully ipilet, tho Inclement weather no
' iloum nail Mime sunie in cuiung mu
t'Citaiji tioelal functions, scheduled for
Jlils happy seakon,
Mrs. Walter Frenr s Dinner.
. ircauy, llio Homo oi i.ineriior nmi
dreSbeil In hibiscus shades, iutcimlu-
gieu wiiii mo ie.n noweis proiiuceu
a most pleasing efftct. Thou beau
tiful Mowers' were strewn over tho
doth, In such piofuslon, that not a
vestige of tho snowy covering ap
peared; haiid-palnted plaro (arils de
corated with hibiscus designated the
places of the guests. Among those
hire-sent were: Mrs. Hi nest Wuter-
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lire. Vrear was tho hotting torn very nniibe, .ins. Alexander u. unweii jr..
jirotty Christmas dinner on IVIday Jllss ,annio yinsiou in irgima,
f 3ast. The onterlaliiuient 'Was aliilost Mr. Jack McKinnou, Mr. Kay, Mr.
ciitlicly n family ntTalr, every olio Hcdenunn nu.l Mr David Anderson,
liad an enjoyable tlmo, but 'the ui-
iemblago (.mild not help but il3 Mr' and Hn, Tcnney's Poi Sunser.
.Covornor I'rear, who Is aWays so Ono of tho most elaborate func
thoiiglitful and affable to thoso who tjons of the bciisou whs tho pol sup-
per given Thursday ovenlng In hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. uorru wnuei.
This nrfnlr was given prior to this
popular vouple's departure for a
trip nroiuid the world, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilder iue kamaiilliaH of Honolulu,
All the irncsts Imllcd were warm
peisonnl friends bf the guests or
honor, nml nlso kanittnlnns, so the
dellelously served supper wns done
Justice to, and thorouglijy enjoyed
by those irreseiit. I-Jverytblng was
herved In llawnllali 'style, and all
the dishes were Hawaiian. The tn
bio was exipilslte, every one being
tested "at a long table which was
decorated in ferns, tl leaves, malic
and holly. At each place beautiful
holly Ids was found, internilngicu
v;lth malle. After supper, the even
ing was devoted to music nnd brrtlge.
Among thosei present were; Mr. and
Mrs. IMwant Tonus'. Mr. nnd Mrs.
(icrrft 1. Wilder, lion, nnd Mrs.
Peoigo It. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Wilder, Iloctor and Mrs. deorge
llcibert, Mr. und Mrs. Richard lvers.
Mi-, niul Mrs. Jack Dowsctt, Mr. and
MrH. 'James 'Wilder, Miss May Da
mon mid Doiitor Armstrong Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Schaefer's Din-
Tuesday evening the B-liaefcr
bungalow on Thurston nveniio was
th'S setting for a very pretty dinner
given In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Vance, who are spending their ho
neymoon In tho Islands. Hoses wero
need throughout this artistic home,
lis a decorutlon, After dinner tne
party motoied through the suburbs
Mr. Sherwosd lowrey's Dinner.
In bonni: of Mr. Derwcnt Kennedy
who, haw been spending the Xmn
hollilajs with his mother nnd father.
Jlr. Frcdwrlck Lowrcy gave a beau
the assembled guests. The place cards
were' fiatid-palu'ted Hawaiian nccncs,
After dinner 'bridge whist was enjoy.
ed by a number of the guests. Among
those present were: Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ilrucc Kennedy, Mr. and Mis. Ous
tnv Schacfer, Mr. tjcrwent Kennedy,
Mr. Sherwood Iwrey, Miss Alice
Hedemnlin, Miss Nora Sturgeon, Miss
lleatrlce Castle, Miss Julia White,
Miss Anna Tucker, Miss Tciiney, Mr.
(lenrge Drown, Mr. Harold Castle.
Mr. Frederick Lowrey mid Doctor
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klamp's New
Lnst'oenliig the Wise warming
plven by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Klamp nt tholr now bungalow at Kn
nlawai was n great succeis and great
ly enjoyed by tho fortuiintes ones
Hint were asked to paitake of the
Klamp's hospitality. At fl::!0 the
twenty guests that were invited.
jWcre met by their host nnd hostess
nt tho Young Hotel, nnd conveyed in
n tally-ho to the suburban home of
of the Klamps. A delicious supper
was awaiting them and after tl.o long
I lilts full Justice was done to the re
past; after dinner several rubbers
of bridge was plnjeil; promptly at
midnight, toasts wero drunk to tho
New Year, witty speeches made, and
n thoroughly good time enjoyed.
which will linger as n pleasant mem
ory to those present.
Mr. and Mrs. Huraburg's Dinner.
New Year's Kve was colebrated. In
a very 'delightful way b'y Mr. and
Mrs. Hismbiirg At their home, nt a
dinner which was 'given in honor of
a dozen ft fends. The table was frag
rant in hot house flowers and maid
en hair ferns nnd unique place curds
designated the places for the guests.
Among Mr. and Mrs. Humburg's
guestr werp Doctor nnd Mrs. (ieorge
Herbert, Mr, nnd Mrs. Ilalph Iluch
ley, Mr. and Mrs. I,. Whllchouse, Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Forstcr and Mr. nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McStocker's
The beautiful colonial homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank MiStoclcr was the
scone of much meirlment on Friday
evening, the evcnUwas a dinner, giv
en In honor ot Christmas, Th'o din
ner was served nt seven o'clock, tho
(able decorations wero In scarlet, tho
holiday color. The Interior of this
artistic home was decorated In holly,
ever greens, Christmas berries nnd
malle, Coveis were laid for ten,
among those present were: Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frnnk McStbcker, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Doxter of California, Miss I.ydla Mc-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hrure Kennedy of
California are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy of this
The employees of Trent. Trust Co.
gave an enjoyable dlnnr Tuesday
ivc'nlng, nt the Country Club In hon
or of Mr. Hlchnrd Trent who return
ed Monday on the Mongolia. Tho
tablo wns elaborately decointed In
red rnrnatloiiH und maiden hair.
Among those prcbent were: Mr.
Hlchard Trent, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ileadle,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Murk Johnston, Mr.
Thomas Robinson, Mr. Ilond, Mr.
Hopkins, Mr. Kendall, MIsh Kwnrt,
Miss Franca, Miss Holt, Mr. A. C.
Riililnnn mid Mr. I.nmb.
Ono of tho most successful nnd en
joyable New Year's live parties was
tho one glwu Inst evening by Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jack Dowsctt. About thirty
of their friends were bidden to tho
affair. The housu wa beautiful In
holiday dimming of scarlet. At
twelve o'clock the health of those
present was drunk nnd many good
wishes expressed for the coming
(lencial Harry dining bis stny.nn
the Islands Is the guest of Major and
Mrs. Samuel Dunning.
Tuesday nf tor noon Miss Ada
Rhodes gate a 4 o'clock tea 111 honor
ot Mrs. Jack llalch and her mother,
Mrs. Skelly of lluttc, Mont. The
house was artistically ilecornte'd In
cut flowers nnd palms. During the
nftcrnonn n musical .treat was given
the guests. Mis. llalch, who Is a
finished pianist, tendered several
classical pleies In u masterly style,
Mis. Walter Mncfnrlano sang several
mugs ttiat were enthusiastically re
ceived by the guests. Among those
present were: Miss Ada Rhodes, Mis.
Skelly, Mrs. .lark llalrh, Mrs. James
Dougherty, Mrs. Walter Mntfarlime,
Miss Julio McStocker, Miss I.ydla
McStocker, Mrs. Jaivls of Oakland,
C.il., Mrs. Frei Damon, Mil's (irnce
Captain' Kxlon of Kpit ShaHcr. at
tended tho dmico which was given
at ScliolH'ld llarrarks on Xinns Kve.
Mrs. Calhoun Ancriim wife or
Lieutenant Ancruin, V, S. M, C, left
will be greatly missed In the society,
circles of Honolulu, nnd it Is to be
hoped that the Honolulu people can
accord her a welcome, before long
to their sunny shores.
Mis. Hornberger, wife of Pay
master llornberger ut the Navy, will
five a card party mi January 9th,
The ovent will be n celebration of tho
wedding nnnhqisary of this charm
ing couple. The Invitations have not
been Issued, but will be ent nut the
first of next week.
Last evening Mnjor and Mrs,. Sam
uel Dunning entertained nt dinner
In honor of their, house guesi. Gen
eral Harry. Covers weio laid for
.twelve. Many witty speeches wero
made, und interesting toasts given.
The guests' lcniatiieil with their host
and hostess to tee tho "old year out
n,nd the new jear In."
Judge and Mrs. Queries b.ic
moved from Kewalo street to Thurs
ton i, venue. The latter and her
charming jnting daughter will bo
home to their many friends mi Mon
days of 'each mouth.
Tho numerous friends of Mrs. Jos
eph Austin, neo Mnymo Wadman
will bo delighted to know that she
will not Join her Inisbaiid In Ma
nila, Knslgh Austin was not detached
from the South Dakota as was ex
pected but will an ho heie with tho
I'eclllc Fleet on the Mist of February.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Austin will pio
bably IIVo at Mure Island. Cnl, After
the ships leave this port, tie latter
wll tako the first liner and Join her
husband In San I'm n Cisco.
Col. Riddle of tho U. S. Knglneor
Corps Is the guest of Major ami Mis
Wlnslow nt their Wnlkik! home.
Mnbclfo Hlggart of Now York cily
known ns n Sunshine l'reachcr nnd
moro widely known ns "Dinah, tho
I'icaclicr" on two continents by her
piescntntlon of that chnrncter In
George Kllot's great work, "Adam
lloile." She was born on the Hud
ton; her caillest education being ac
quired In Western New York State
nnd Philadelphia. She Is of Srotdi-
Kngllsh and Purltnn ancestry.
Among her ancestors' lire Thomas
Carlyle and Jnno Welsh Porter. Sho
wns t nil nod for tho stngc by Dion
Sir. Frcdwr ck Lowrcy gave a ueau' . ,, , ;i '..,, " , Q
tlfully appointed dinner at his home S"'"- S I'VJlT
on YM'.r?a and Lunalllo streets on "C"1'- " n,Mo Mc8,oc,(-
Tuesday ojvcnlng. Tho long table, on
which the dinner wns served was be
decked with red roses, while Jianil
rqfiif silver candelabra with red
elindes cast a becoming glow over
er and other. I
Captain Ferguson, nldc to General
Harry 'Is the guest nt Captain Kxton
of Fort Shatter.
this week on tho Hllonlun. Mrs. An- J Ronlcault and llio great Shnkcsperlan
i rum win visii ner nusiianu s people
In Camden, South Carolina mid her
I mother's people In Kentucky. Lieu
tenant Ancriim expects to bo ordered
lawny from here in February to Join
his wife then. This popular couple1
havo been tesldlng nt Muklkl street
Mrs. James Robert Pourlo will oratory, and innde her drnmndzii-
leave Wednesday on the transport (Ions from French) German nnd Kng-
for San Fianclsco. Mrs. Pourle has Hth literature. -Miss Illggurt Is n
.been called very suddenly to tho guest In our city nnd stopping nt
(mainland, mid mi that account has the Alexander Young Hotel. Miss
been compelled to abandon her plans lllggart Is a woman of remarkable
for tho elaborate tea which was to versatility, she Is n writer and trnv-
hnve been given January 10th at eler, ethnologist and sociologist and
Fort Ruger. This popular woman within the last ten years while seek
teacher John I), Roberts ot the old
school of Mai ready mid Lemuel
White, The school which made
Pooth, McCaull and tho late Mod-
J Jeska. Through opposition from her
family she did not enter stage llio
but took n rollego professorship for
a brief few cais of llternturo nnd
lug illrfeient climes for health line
visited mail)' primitive peoples for
historical nnd scientific research and
glv.cn tho message ot Christ ns sho
has gone en route; nlso her "Trav
elogues of many lands" and her In
terpretative dramatization of Adam
Iteilo sho being considered chief ex
ponent of George Kllot's great work
Adam Rede. Miss Illggurt enter
ed special pulpit work cvmigcllcal
In London, Kngland In 190; after
having (onsecrnted her gifts to the
highest ends. Formerly sho wns
known In her College professorship
niul her dramatizations nnd short
story writing; the Inst few years n'n
has been slated have been spent on
tho Ruinpcnn continent nnd the ad
Jirelit Islands und llrltlsh Colonies
including New Fouudlanil, Iiibrudnr
and St. Pierre, Mlguelon, Svmlillun
vlan Countries mid Northern Ku
rope. On Miss Uiggart's. return to '
New York City a little over 1 years
ago sho became Chairman ot the F.tb
nolozleal Deiiaitmcnt of the Na-
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tloual Indian Association (which wni
cieatcd for her) and made n trip with
a pirly ananged for her to the Nn-
vajnrs and llopls in Aiuiuiu giving
message tn them, In nutumu sho
returned to New York nnd espoused
their cause along with her special
seruions In that city. Miss lllggart .
is endorsed by several denomina
tions, nlso by Rev. It. J. Campbell,
Pailor of the City Temple, IxjiiiIoii,
Kngland mid the icuowned Rev. I'
ll, Mojer ot the same place. It was
Miss Illggnrt's wish to bo utilized In
her own city nnd stnte, she ncccpte.l
mi ussnclntc pastorntu worlc Just
pcinss llio river on the HiooMyu sldo
but broke down In health nnd wont
In SoiiUmm' California expecting to
be well In n few weeks; Instead, sho
wns forced to accept un outdoor life
which bhe sns Is better on tho Paci
fic Coast or Islands of the I'acllic
than being six feet under ground In
New York City. Whllo In Uis An
geles, Miss lllggart says: "I was 111
lted by Mr. Abbot Kinney of Venlco
to Institute my sunshine services In
Hint great auditorium for the sum
mer of 1 OUT nml here 1 gained tho
tcim of the sunshine preacher," ni
you know It Is a seuslde with n Pn.it
lng population from cverywhcie I
can safely say I went to the sick,
the dying und the dead mid tried to
put Into practice my principles.
am happy to say the philanthropic
organization that I left behind with
some it the ladles mid especially un
der the leadership of my friend (Dr.
J. M. While) which Is termed "tho
Venlic of America Sunshine Club"
has done effective work slnco I left,
mid are tillll doing what I desired
them to do for genteel, educated but
broken down men nnd women whonii
it Is so hard for the ordinary work
er to understand or do for. You ask
inn what I Intend to do for the Iln-.
wnllun Islands. All that you will
penult ino to do. I ask cooperation
and jour support for the second
book of my set leg which will bo on
tho Hawaiian Islands nnd will bo
- entitled. Aloha, Hawaii."
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