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evening bulletin, Honolulu, t. h Saturday, jan. 20, 1010.
BESSIE DE VOE AND FRANKGOULD
WHOM SHF. SIIR5 POP $200,000
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
a GREAT SALE
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will begin on
TUESDAY NEXT,FEB. 1st,
when we will offer our entira stock of LADIES' WHITE
and BLACK SKIRTS, in SILK and VOILE, at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Sec Windn,v Dinplajs
Iniaraitloaal Co'tesoosJiKt Srttolt, ..r.
Agency for Hawaiian Wand 1139 Fort St, Honolulu.
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Great Closing-Out Sale
of Our Entire Stock
We require space for new lines purchased
by Mr. Curtis in New YorR. We are
advised the new stock will be here
-shortly. We will offer all our
Laces and Embroideries
at Big Reductions
We are' going to replace every number
with an entire new line.
Profits Not Considered at This Sale
The Bargains will be on offer
Tuesday, Feb. 1st
Till: hoc hi wnilil of HdihiIuIii linn
Ik on iHiilii.int for llm UHt
IMIlk hx Imt lllll'i MiUrl'ilit
lm; linn Ikilii iluiif, iiiul only In
ii unlit iy. I'owiliiy thoio
l :i inollif In IliU ipiltt.
. "elnuili- liro" mi) lie ii-iir-UK
for' lliu Rocl.it iu tlvl( ttlilih tin
iHiiiiiK of thu Ikil Ih miro to bilnS.
btrfimuuH, iind Imay llfo for tlioao In
llio nodal wlih I cninmcncva on tlic
nrrhnl of the Unlluil Stalcn wun-lilps,
KcliriMry 1st' tlie beginning of a round
of illnni.ru, balls, mid mlinr rnlurlaln
naiilH, which nre alutiM for each dny
jnd cverj boil) Ih on the qui le for
innoiiiiceii.ents which will tell who Is
to inlcil alia, who was lit llm last Kieit
lunclfoii, wlml wiih worn. Ho man)
tliliiK 'will br f.ild mid done, but llm
jilptslirn of Bhlni! the N'n) Ollleeru
of the l'.ldllc lloi I nttonllonx, which U
Icierwill) llicli due, In n matter of
Anioim lh' nrlinto rrcoiitlona nnJ
itaiuci to he kIvcii for the Offlcers of
the Tactile licet Ih one planned by
Mr, nut Mrs William II. entitle and
Ihclr ilaiiRhtei nt their home "l'nlni
!)J rt-t." on Victoria, I.niialllo and
Klnan strict.-!, on Thursday evening.
1'ehnury Sid. thin reception and
dance iroinlKi to bu onu or thu niot
brilliant Klvm thu onicerx. The home
of Ihu Ciifctles Is Otic of eteince mid
taKle. i Tho iiresldlng xplrlt of this
home Is most affnblo ami chnrmliiK.
Tho cordial hamiclnsp mid hearty wel
come Khen by tlie KCnlal hust puts
one at ease with hlmsolf mid all nbout
hlin Tho dniiKhter Is n younger typo
of tho mothei and Is n social favorite
In Honolulu, Oilier homes will be
thrown open for the pnrpooo of ills
pentlnK hospltnlHy to tho dlstln
KUIb1io( visitors In our city.
Mrs. Frank Halitesd't Card Party.
Tho closlnc event to lust weik's so
clal nffnlrB was the hrldga puty Riv
en by Mrs. Prank Ilulftt. id o.i Sitnr
day aflernoon. Immary 22n I at her
he.iutlfiil Colonial homo on Victoria
fctreet, complimentary to her slslcr-ln-law,
Mrs. Castendyko, of Hllo. Small
tnhles for the guests wcie arranged In
the drawing ami dining rooms. Tho
ftrmor, which Is decorated In green
anil goldhad whllo rosea In tall vases,
Hint harmonized with this tasteful
drawing room. Tho dining room, with
Its art red v nil decorations h id red
carnations and roses to enhance the
beauty of this Ideal mom. Tho hostess
was attired In a hand embroidered Ion
eerie Princess gown, motif a of rent laco
Inserted. The cntlio goun was hand
made, and a model of tho modiste's
art, Mrs Kmlto Wattormun woio
smoke grey satin; tho porsngo was I
lmnvltl- otnlirnMnrn.l It, ullls Hr.au l. !
.., .,..., u.v.,.i.,, ,., ol(n HUH, ,nii
Wlllard Drown wore wistaria colored
blue mcssalalno, which was most be
coming and attractive. Mrs. Z. K.
Myers wore a pretty gown of green
and whlto silk with lace trimmings
Mrs. J. r. C. Ilngens was gowned In
noam Batln; a laco coat, and a chic
turban, made this n stunning costumo.
Mrs. n. It. rtcli wore n lovely gown
of bluo grey with Persian bands, and
looked ery attractive.
The first prlzo was n beautiful Dres
den rose Jar. Tho fortunate winner
was Mrs. Hogens The second prize,
a dainty cup and saucer, was won by
Mrs. Myers, and tho consolation prize
was given Miss McClellan, a very
hundsomo opeia bag. Delicious re
freshments wcro bened on small
tables. Those who weio Invited to
meet Mrs. Casternl) ko were Mesdames
McCellan, M)cra, Kennedy, McCand
less, Wuterman, Copy, Oat, D)er,
Stoble, Peterson, Church, Brown,
Hagous Itlggs, Lange, W. Ivo,
Monro, Jlnttnnilcy lathhnd neldfoid.
Hnlitcail; Mlbilea McClolbin (21. Mc
ICQinlleES, Hadley, lluwllng, McSlocker
Mi. nnd Mis. J. c. H.igena en
tertnlncd In honor of Mrs. J. W.
Saunders of San rranclaco, who Is u
guest at the Moana Hotel "for the
winter, at dlnnor Tuesday evenNg.
SOCIAL OALENDAn FOR TI1E,C0M1N0 WEEK.
i TUIMDAY; ,
tj I'Uct lla'l for OlIUcis nt Morm llolel. ;
MY nnd Mrs. (leorgu I'eavj'a Dinner.
aj. Chief Petit Otnccis' and Warrant Omcers'
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W IlUiCJ, JIIHiiw"m.
Ila.ll at Young
-Mtv mnl Mrs. W. 11. Castle's and Miss Cnstlo'a neccpllon
Hoynl Hawaiian Hand Concert at Moaim Hotel In honor of
' of the Pacific I'lcet.
Mrs. (Inrteiibcrg's llildgo I,unclieon.
v Pill DAY:
Pacific and llnlverslt) Club's lteceptlon and Unll In honor of
Olllcert' of the IMilllc I'loet.
Sillors Hall at Monna Hotel mid Siaslde Hotel.
Pink begonias' and maiden hair ferns or was awarded the consolation an
were utilized as a decoration. The exquisitely carved Ivory box. oirs
guests b( tho 'host and hostess wcro Petcison's guests wero: Mrs Wilson,
seated at an onl table. In tho center Mrs Wlllard Urown, Miss Hopper,
of which was plated n largo oal mlr-JMrB Lackland, Mrs. McClellan, Mrs
ror. On this mirror reposed a branch-! Frank liaisicau, Mrs. oam rtu;
Ing cut gliiBs'vnse of pink begonias Mrs McWnyno, Mrs. 55. K. M)crs,
mill miildon hair. Tho additional Mrs lluiulnirc, Airs. a. a. iuuh.
decoration of sliver candle sticks, or-
nninentkd with pink silk shades, gave
an added touch bf beauty to tho ta
bic Hand pnliit'ed French heads or-
nnnicpted the plato cards, while dell.
cate spra)s of tho begonias and
maiden ljnlr fern Were scattered pro-
fUBcly oer the tuhle. After dlnnor
Mrs. Puller. MrB. Jones. MrB. .1. A.
Kenned), Mrs. Lansing and Miss C.
Mr. and Mrs. George Davles' Dinner.
At "Tho Dingle," the beaitlful town
home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Davfcs, a charm
Ine dinner was given this wee'- Cov
the party adjourned to the drawing ers wcro laid for twelve, nnd dinner
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of age, worry and overwork are render
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Fort and Hotel Ets.
room, where coffee nnd liqueurs were
served. This roorn wan decorated. with
bowls of red ' rpses and beautiful
palms. Later In the, evening several
rubbers of "bridge", wero enjoyed.
Among Mr .and Mrs, Hagen's guestu
wcro Mrs. J. W Sautidors, Mr. nnd
Mrs. James Dougherty, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. Morion Higgs1, Miss Ada Rhodes.
Mr. nnd Mis. Prcd Damon, Mr. Mc
Inerny and Mr. Williamson.
Miss Mar Damon's Luncheon.
Miss Mao Datrion entertained soven
tecrr of her friends1 nt nn exquisitely
npiKilnted luncheon Tuesday at her
homo In .Nun inn Vnllcy. The gucstR
wcro Invited for 1 o'clock, and at that
tlniR tiffin wns Bered. Tlie color
scheme was pink and tho dining room
wns tilled with flagrant pink roses;
In fact the I-a Franco roso wns used
throughout 03 a decoration. These hot
houso loses we-o used deftly as n
lahlo decoration and produced n beau-
tiful effect, combined with maidenhair
ferns and smllax. Many beautiful and
smart frocks were worn on this occas
ion, nnd the numerous prett)and bril
liant women wcro present, which nl
wn)s Insures the success of an) enter
tainment, combined with tho hostess'
tact, mado an extremely enjoyable af
fair. Among thoso present wero Miss
Damon, Mrs. Walter Prear. Mrs. EM-
ward Tcnny, Mrs. Jack Dow sett, Mrs.
Charles. Bryant Cooper, Mrs. Arthur
nerg, Mrs. Archibald Young, Mrs. Sid
ney llallou, Mrs Harry Turner from
Los Angeles, Mrs. Fred Damon. Mrs.
Joseph Cooke, Mrs. Crnest Mott-
Smlth, Mrs Walhrldgo, Mrs. Alfred
Afong, Mrs. James Cockhurn and Miss
Judge ar.d Mrs. Balou's Mutieale.
On Monday ovcnlng, January 24th,
Judgo and Mrs. Ballou gave an Im
promptu muslcalo at their beautiful
homo. "Ovorecns," In Nnnanu Valley.
Tho hostets Is pot only a most charm
ing woman but gifted with raro mu
sical talontt nnd is considered ono of
tho foremost musiclnns In Honolulu.
was sered nt 7 o'clock. Tho table
was ornamented with iv silver bowl
contninlng long stemmed pnle pink car
nations. ThlB bowl rested on n center
piece of rn' lnc0- Tho, place cirdF
were ornamented with colonial ug
ores and were tied with pink ribbon
Tho guests who enjoyed tho Davles'
hospitality wero Dr. and Mrs. Hobdy
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Wilder Mr. nnd
Mrs. Harold Dillingham. Mrs. War
ner, a sister of the host, and Mr. llor-
Society Bachelor Cance at Young.
Tho young wicloty bachelors of Ho
iiolnlu wero hosts nt a protty dnnco
which wns given Saturday evening ut
the Alexander Young Hotel. Tho ball
loom was beautifully decorated and
tho music was Ideal, Among thoso
present wero: Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilnlph
Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. B White Sut
ton. Mi. and Mrs. Will Whitney, tho
Misses Alice Brown, Vera Damon.
Mmjorlo Frecth, Gibson, Jessie Ken
ned). Untile Lucas, Josephine Mc
Clnllan Hello McCorrlstnn, Helen
North, Adn Rhodes, Dlauclio SoHr,
Norn Sturgeon, Alice Thompson, Anna
Tucker, Gemma Wadman, Julia Whllo
Mr. and Mir' Gustavo Schacfer
Messrs. Georgo Brown, Kenneth
Brown, Ilruco Cartwrlght, Jr., Bert
Clark, LoRoy Edwards, Derwent Ken
nedy Fredrick I.owrey, Oliver Lans
ing, Harry Lucas, L, David Larsen
Sonny Macfarlane, Robort McCorrls
ton, Arthur Mackintosh, Fred Mc
Clollen Robert Thompson, Clifford
'Thompson, Georgo Warren, Guilford
Whitney, John Young -and Walter Ry
croft. Mrs. Lacklanc"a Card Party. '
Mrs. Annie Lackland's can) I arty,
given last Tuesday evening, was great
ly enjojed by the cotcrlo of friends
that wero prcacnt. ThU function wns
given In honor of tho hostess' sister,
Mrs. Christian Coetcndyke of Hllo,
Hawaii, who has been vlsltlnb hei
mother nnd sister. Bridge was tho
popular gnmo chosen to entertain tho
rvT-1Piaa -VrC-.i: t ft
fr Jtajt 1 - w
Statements given out by llcssio Do oo, tho pielty llttlo actress, and her
attorney deny that her Bull a'ilnst I 'rank Gould Ib about to be settled out
of court. Tho flllii'? of the suit ciii'ml 11 scinatloil wlllcli was followed by
a icport that tho action had sulilonly been withdrawn. This was denied
when extracts from u largo lumber of lottorn purporting to have been wilt
leu bv Mr. Qould to Miss Do Voo we 10 printed In a New York iiowspniior.
Tho baBls of tho Btilt Is alleged breach of promlbO of ninnlnge. T,hu letters
puriort to have boon written prior to last Mny, when Jire. uoum. wno was
Helen Mnrgnret Kcll) obtnlnd an Interlocutory ilccrco of divorce. Mr. nnd
MrB Gould hno two llttlo dnughfers, nnd tho court In grunting tho decreo
provided that the children be In the cu etody of cich or their inunta n'toi
nately fur sl months nt .1 time. MIbs Do Voo'b cult Ih for ?200,0u0.
cphlne McClellan won the second wo- Capo. The gift consisted of masses
man's prize, un exquisite tea tllo In" of exquisite flowois. each ocr a )urd
silver and glass with a nilgrco dtMlgn ! Joiib. connecteo ut the base by 11 .lo
in roses Tho prizes were exception-1 tlgn In black f mules surrounded by
ully'handRonu' About Plmui o'clock white blrusonls, icprescntlng tho "Iron
dnliitj lerrwli'nicntH wore served In Crobs" .Ucornf.on so doar to overy
tho forty Biiestb 1 Teuton hcurt. Tho llowerB, which In-
' i, 1, 'eluded Mnrcchael Nlel rosea nB well ub
.... , r , .,.,' tho most raro and exqutallo blooms
At a Joint meetl K of ho r-.stces ,n n
and dlrecloiB of the MoUw Art ,,,,, MrtrkItaB ,e(, nnd wolo re.
flnnnces and general welfare of tho
Mrs. Ballon favored tho guests with 1 K,lci,tl1 anJ lllne tables wero arranged.
unmn nl,nln tu ui i ..a. .'Tlin II rot ttt-lxii n linniil I f ut Aitt irlniMi
Bomo cnoico Instrumental music, and
MrB. Orace Smith Uannerman, who was
In excellent olce, rendered somo beau
tiful songs. Her sister. Mlsg Smith,
accompanied her on tho plnno, Aftor
listening to these finished musician
tho guostB went to tho dining room,
which Is most urtlstlc In its furnish
ings. A large open flro give wnrmth
and comfort on a cold windy night,
ami before tho glowing coals delicious
rofieshmenU wero served. The guests
weio mostly from Los Angees
Among them wns Mrs. BoIIou'b sister.
Mis. Turner, who has hoen her house
guest fpr some tlmo.
Mrs. Peterson's Card Party.
irs. wiison was the complimented rji
guest at n curd nnrlv pIvAti l.v Mea 1 kf4
; Peterson nt her home on Thursdny,
1 no game chosen for the enteitnln
ment of thq guests waa five hundred,
making a diversion from bridge. The
hoire wbb decoiatod In palms and
cut flowers; Mrs. August Humburg.
won the first prize, an Egyptian
Tho first prize, a beautiful cut glass
bowl, was given Mrs. August Hum
burg. Tho man's first lrlo was nl
lotted Mi August Humburg, a brldgo
set In leuthoi. Mr, Arthur Berg won
tho second men's prize, u desk clock
und calcndm In leather, and Miss Jos-
A Skin ot Beauty is a Jay Forevei
pB. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
Lr. CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
lUiborM Tut. rimiiM,
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tnq evirr Litmum
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Accept no eouni
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flrtUffiUil'ai alra Mill1 B hi IrUt ianuful rtl til It
kiq briitftiloit t rulibmUuruii id rtner
OoocJi Jvaiaii in tb Ublted tlutM, (Ju4jft ao4 Kntvyt
'-? v Jr He
lxiaguo, the following omcers wero
present: Trustees Messrs, B. P. Dil
lingham, Alonzo Gnrtloy, C. Du Hoi,
Richards Co.ko. Dlrectora I). How
urd Hitchcock, prosldcnt; Mrs. A. H
Tucker, vlcq president,; Mrs Wooden
treasurer, Mrs. Mnrbhull, secietniy;
Miss Anna Parke, Mrs. L L. McCand
less, Mis. John W. Gllmoio, Mrs
Henry DIckiioll, und Miss S Schnoor,
manager. The large debt Is nearly
cancelled, there being now but two
hundred dollars dcliclt. The building
has been thoroughly repaired and
there Is a promising outlook for tho
year. Trie pictorial nnd musical cir
cles havo each given ono of their
teml annual entertainments, nnd tho
following projram has been nnanged
for the remainder of tho iear;
January 2fl S p. m.. Goetho's Faust
the play Illustrated by Prof, Valen
February 1210:30 a. m. Folk Songs
nnd dances of all nations Mrs. H.M.
Fobrunry 1910:30 n. m. Tho Mosl
em Romantic School Members of tho
MornlHg, Music Club.
February 2C 10:30 a. in. An Hqur
With Emily Dickenson Mrs. Walter
Mnrch 610:30 n In. Tho Mono
logue In Literature Mis. L. 1 Mc
Candless. Mnrch 1210:30 a. m. Now Thought
in Ancient Athens,
Mnrch 1910:30 a. m. Chlnoso Lit
erature Pioildcnt John W. Ollmnrc.
Match Plclorliil Spilng Exhibit.
April Musical Amerlc in Compos
ers. May Lltorary Local Authors.
Tho birthday oflho Oorman Emper
or Wllhelm II, wus celebrated on
Thursday, January 27th, with nil hon
ors ,luo this mighty' sovereign, Tho
Gorman flag floated proudly over tho
Gormun Consulate 1n tho Hockfeld
building, as well us Hags of all nations
In different parts of tho city In com
memoration ot tho Kaiser's flfly-flrbt
year. A reception was held nt thu Con.
sluato fionill;30 In the morning until
two o'clock In tho afternoon b) tho
German Consul, Mr. Pfotenliaucr. This
function wns atemlod by nil nation
alities having un alohn for the Gorman
ruler. In thu ovenlng a reception wus
given at tho Kllnhuna Art Ixiaguo hall
for tho Oorman community only, Tho
only German ship In port wns gajly
decorated with flags. Apropos ot tho
present i tiler's natal day ono Is remind
ed of n ploablng Incident connected
with tho Emperoi's fnthot. A birthday
gift from port Elizabeth an offering
for this well beloved ruler and grand
Eerud In mi iron caso'durtng tho long
oyngop and kept In a cold storago
loom. When received they 'were as
fresh nnd lnlgiit In ,color as Ihu da)'
they wciu picked und Inclosed In their
Doctor nnd Mrs. Walter Uoftninn
hnvo Isbiicd Invitations leading us
Dr. nnd Mrs Walter Hoffman
At Homo ;
Kl'ohnnn Art Leagno Rooms
Tuesday Evening, I'c'bruur)' First
At Half After Eight O'clock
Vaudeville Hltte Atilwortcu
This Is not as many have funded
n "farewell party." Dr. nnd Mrs.
Hoffman nre anticipating n two eniu
trip aiound the world, but will not
be leaving' Jloiialulu for several
months, possibl) not until Octoher,
and this "nt homo" Is, glveu'ln hon
or of tho nnnlveisnry of their wee
ding day. It will ot course be uni
que. Mrs. Hulfmnii Is nothing it not
oilglnnl, und tho Holfmaiis even In
their simplest entertainments ulvu)a
plan sot le thing most agioeuble for
their guosts. Tho hostesses talent
along things theatrical leads one to
expect something In that line. Some
locnl friends are helping with the
program naturally It Is btrtctly Invi
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Poavy of Min
neapolis will give n dinner at tho
Monna Hotel, Coveig will bo laid for
scaif; Mrs. Wilson, tho guest of Uon- VfiD.T.UOfUl(S, ftcp . 3 bat J S!rtl HnT jna". 'im a flerniua JIhb tho
TO CURE AMID IN p DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MED1C1NB CO , St. Uuu, U, S. A.
SAN FRANCISCO jl
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Three .hundred rooms, nearly all
with bath. Circulating ice water
to each room. Built, equipped and
conducted to please the really criti
cal. Half a block from Union
Square, two blocks, from Market St.
Convenient to principal shops, thea
ters and railroad offices. Omnibus
at all steamers.
Special attentiqn to Honolulu trade.
Without bath .? 1.50 per day up
With bath .. 2.00 per day up
Meals table d' ho'tc or a la carte
Management of a us 0. Larm,
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