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HVKNINO HULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II. F ' Tl'IlDAY, At0. , 1910.
KING-' and KALAKAUA AVE.
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new Idd tract!
;Just think of it! $400 will buy you a lot in the heart of the city within
ten minutes ride of Fort Street !
DONDERO & LANSING
83 Moroliant Street
III Hills III Illllfillll.
latin's rccclied from Mr. and Mrs.
William AlaiiKoti Ilrjmi nl llonnluln
tell nf the delightful time they mo'
liming In llurTnlu und Washington, I).
C. The llulTnlu Nows contains tlio
lollowlng Iclorilow wllli Mri iliynn:
Uicnl interest Jh nttuccd lu Hip nr
rlviil. In, town of, Mrntul Mrs Wll.lnin
AlniMon Hrynn of Honolulu, for "Mrs.
llryan 13 well remembered by a wide
circle of friends iix Miss Kllznbcth J.
Irt'tRon, who for 17 yenrs prior to her
marriage n car und u half ago buc
co'Slully lllled tho pozitlon nf director
bf im till 111 Sl'ltHlCCS. '
"Indeed, I do onjoy being back In
llurfiiln iignlu," rnlil Mm. llryan at tl'uj
lioquol this morning. "My only re
gret Ih that I wiu iimiulo to Blip Into
Inn n nniiniiounci' I an I had planned
ami surprise my Irieitds." '
"How do you II l.o HvInK In Ilono-j
tii'u?" Mm. Bryan wus inked.
"No one can help liking It tliure,"
she riillcd with enthusiasm. "There
Im a laiclnatlon about the country, the
lir theiH itud the people tint U dllll-i
cult to explain, but morv one leols It
vim has ever Hpent any time there." j
"The cllrjcto. too, Is de'lqhtrut. Ho-'
nolulu being Minuted on a plutonu half
way between llo mountains and the,
fp.i. All the year lomid one ran bo
In bulbing, mid nhvayH"tho inoiiMoll-l
cIouh fresh frulta uro to bo had, and
fUi'S uro ho elitap.
"Hill wlin'. Impressed mo i nt,-'
mid Mm. Pryan, "Ik Iho ros'roolitnii
mills life of lines. Not Ions uro 1 l,
Iteil ii kindergarten ,und there worn
rhlldicn Horn r,'j nationalities rop.o
(eitto,l. And that Ih tlio way It In In)
toWo'y, loo At any largo socle' 'n-.
Hon tlio illffereut costumes' und tlio
dim-lent lypos uu meet make tun m
Talr very plrturcirquo. -Drldgo In In
great Tutor, and perhaps jour purim-i i
wl'l lo p Clilueso Ind.-, clad In Ifco
In in' fnihlop of kimonos, coiercd'
wllli thb iroji wonderful omliriil'.ury I
"Culllrg l another of loo luorlto
pa .time, of women In Honolulu Thoi
city Is divided Into .ei.lloiia, mid each
lection lino Its a'-homo dny 8o It vou
wish to call upon a friend who renUea
In Urn I'linnliiiu cectlon, wlicro 1 live,
you arc Hiire vhe will be at honu on'
Monday,. or on Tuesday If nho resides
In Knimiikl, and no on llnyufjli the
' It Is Intcieatlnn, loo, to travel In
the country,' and contrast , the incthodH
employed. A modern mignr planta
tion, or it-pineapple plantation will ad
join tlio rlco paddy of a Mongolian
I .inner, employing tlio minio prlmltlvo
means of cultivation uted by bis grent
grnndfiiher. Ho plows with tho
crudest Implemeiits, drawn by n water
buflnlo, ho plants the seed by band
and lmivcMB II In the sumo way. The
Inherent loe of nolro that Is a clia ac
terlstlc (,t the I'hhiesc Is manifest til
the cnnlrUanco he rigs rtp to frighten
away the bin'. A wire line Id
si i etched buck and forth across the
Held and lo this U uttie'icd tin cans
m.d oilier nolte-produclng Instru
ments. If the wind dos not' blow
..urd enough to do tUo t.'nrk, tho farm
er walks along nnd xliakes tlio line,
titlorlng the welidest cries that would
of Itsrll fright" away not only birds,
but nico'lblpg cIfu that heura It
"i:pei liiient i u.o alro I olng made
In tlio ralsliig of cotton, uad If this
prin es a sucjem, It will probably be
come one oi tlo Important Inilustilos
of the Ulnnds. Tobacm Is aUo grown
on a large sea's, and rubber, uno plan
tation aloao lui'.lii upwards of 100,
ooo lubber trees."
"lie. about ischools?"
"..o Iiaio an oxtcllent rvHtem of
K"'.ooli Most of tlio 'teacheis ar'o
l.om the fitatoii, sent out under two
ynr' cnliact and frequently re
.iiali.ing permanunlly. Two years ago
n collect of agriculture win establish
ed, which N liberally supported by
tlio goier.'.uicnt. The greal posnlbll
ltlei ol the Islands along agrlcnltunil
lines Is rapidly being dcielopud, and
tho territorial pnvoriimart Is encnur
nglng this lno of divelopnioiit by
opening lo American srlllnrs under
uisy, hoinejleadliig coudHloaa largo
tractB- or laud on the will' ms IjI
uuds" "What has becomu of the (Jueon?"
Mrs Urvan wan inked
"Hhn nllll lives In Honolulu In a
beautiful palace, nnd sho also main
tains several estates In other parts of
the Islands. Hhe has a Utile court or
her own and once a year, early In Sep
tember, she holds open court to which
the populace Is Invited. Sho Is n re
markablo woman, loved and respected
by'all who know her, and until recent
ly, when lipr health has been Impair
ed, sho went about much In society."
Mr. Ho an Is In tho Hast to agitato
for a new suriey of tho const Islands
and also to deliver a course of lec
tures, and It will bo In tho fall when
they return to their homo In Hono
lulu. .Mr. I'foteiilmtier's Dinner.
Klghteen guests were seated 'around
tho oval table at which Mr. l'foteii
liauer miido nn admirable and genial
hosl on Thursday evening. The din
ner wni given In honor of .Mr. and
Mrd. Jack Iowsett and Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Campbell. Dinner w)Ts
seried at seien o'clock lu tho private
dining room of the Voung Hotel. A
largo siller epergne occupied the cen
ter of the table and was lllled with
lung-stemmed American Deaiity roses
timllax was fohtouned mor tho tablo
with American roses dropped pro
inlkctiuusly over tho snowy cloth.
1 land-painted placo cards ornamented
with dainty figures designated the
pi.ico or each guest. Thoso present
wer Mr. I'fotonhaiier, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack- Dowsctt, Mr. and Mrs. Alexan
der Campbell, .Mr. and Mrs. Klebahn,
Mr. anil Mrs. C. Holloway, Mrs.
Charles llryant Cooper, Judgo and
Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs. K, Knxon
Illshop, .Mrs. Herman Kocke, Mr. und
Mrs. Trunk Illclmrilsou, Mr. IMwanl
Vnncy and Mr. Harry Whitney.
Monday bvenlng Miss Jebsle Ken
nedy was (ho hostess at n delightful
dinner dime which was glieu In
honor or her brother, Mr Stanley
Konnedy.-arid Mr Allan Lowroy Tho
fornicr Is n student at Stanford, the
latter Is attending Harvard Iloth of
Iho guests of honor arn spending their
mimmcr vacation In Honolulu. lied tho placo card decorate! wllli roses
(ls tho Harvard color and Is also the lent added beirily lo Iho tablo dec-
Klanford color, consequently crimson orations After dinner colTco was
'carnations worn used profiiM'ly In tho served by th guidons hostess,1
decorative scheme The place cards llrldgc whist was participated In dur-
wcro dono In water-coloia, being fig- Ing the eienlng, a number of the
ores of ball pla)crs, and were the guests being export brldgers. Among
hand-work of the hoalets. Twenty Mr and Mrs KlchariUou's gueils were
col era wcro arranged around tho Mr. and Mis. Jack Dowsetl, Mr and,
Inhle Tim nunicroits candelabra con- Mrs. Alexander Campbell, Mr. anil
talnlng twinkling candles, shaded Mrs. l.-init, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick
with dainty silk shades, lent added Klebahn, Mrs, Mary (liinn, Mrs. K
charm and beaut v lo tho tahln cipilp- Knxon Illshop, Dr. Hodglns und Mr.
inenl. After dinner tho iibseinbled Harry Whitney,
young people danced until a l.ilo hour.
Among Ihoso prcciil wcro Miss llrldgc I.imrlicoii.
Jessie Kennedy. Mr and Mrs. Harold Mr (.,, wlfo of Cnl,lllltl
astle. Miss Muriel llowatt, Miss Para ninllmlli ,,. s. A WIIH 10 ,,.
.uras, Miss Vera Hn.iion, Miss Irene Tllrlldliy llt nlI cxtiemely ,relty
I Isher. Misses While (2) Miss Helen I utlc,,c,m whIch WIlH Kv,. ,n ,lonor
North. Miss Noll. Miss Jessica Irwin. f M (Jnrrcl HnilMr8. (!(.orRtl
Mr Stanley Kennedy Dr. llelcmn. .,,,, t)Wen. Co,org worn ,,,,
Mr. Hriico Carlwrlg .1, Mr Alan Low-f,ir wi T10 , clrcllllr (lllllo
w. . i. (-. .B .,,.,, .,ir. oner- mlornnl m, w,,0 UbIbIcb and tulle,
wood Uwrcy. Mr Herbert Uowsctt. A ,arRt) lml)kl.t WilH ,,, wlUl ,,,,,,
Mr. Ceorgo Itonlou and Mr. Uruce ,, llartla,y elIej nMx tulle. oft.
larlwrlghl. Jr. - J knots of tullo were artlstlcully ar-
t ranged, caught with daisies. All the
(niiiiiiniliirciiiiil JIr. Jnegrr l.nlerliln Kuet8 present were entliiislaRlle
A luau und launch party win the lirhlgers. After luncheon the game
form of entertainment clinscu by Com- of bridge was enjoyed. Thoso present
modere and Mrs. Jueger -when they en-! were Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. George
lortnlucd Sunday la honor of Comnto-' Cleveland llowen, Mrs, Manuol Oar
dorc and Mrs. Smith, Captain and Mrs. j ret, Mrs. 1'ardeo,, Mrs. Ilaldwln, Mrs
Huzzard of tho Sweetheart and all the Williams, Mrs. John Hornberger,
olllcers of the thrco yachts. About i Mrs. I'utniini und Mrs. Smith,
forty guests were present. Tho affair j
was given at the I'enlnrula. The luau , UcIiicmIiij Aflcrnomi llrldse Club,
was scried shortly uftcr one o'clock, i ,, .. , ,, .... ...
and the table was decorated with red' ')'" l'c,c''' '""' ut. Sheedy,
lels and red carnations, Interspersed "nl10,r",l"P,,1 tl', d",(1; Afternoon
with frrim ,,,! n.r im,,iri ,,. ' llrl,K0 Uuu' Tll Sheedys have npart-
ery. After luncheon tho remainder of mcntH "' tho ''Icasanton. so the,
the afternoon was spent In cruising f"'8'" wcr? ?"ler,tT. X , ""
around tho beautiful lochs of Pearl '' Mr."- H1mUh ,,f t(" 18lmft,er tton
Harbor. Amoifg thoso present were f1'0 "r"t vt: !,n """l"'""0 Jnpanefo
Commodoio and Mrs. Jaeger. Prince '" '" VU,C,,X WD" "'",--'nd. nn
ami Princess Kalnnlanaole. the "I""""' !' "' 8a,1r- lA,onK
Princess Kawananakoa. Commodore "1" "r"e"1 w"e Mn. Shrcily. Mr
and Mrs. Smith, Captain and Mrs. ArvtnuJro "' ,f,r"' .fwdr,k, ""m
Huzzard. Mrs. Norton or Hesttlo, wf.Vn m ' V "" BltJln,
Wash.. Miss Mary' U,w. Mr. and Mrs S"'0" """",orK"' Ward.
C. Wldcmiuni. Captain Charles Wilder, "" Jr l A ' v C"1"1"n"n' J,1."
Mr. Harry Wilder. Mr. Sam Walkcr!,Jlnn1er' '" "lr,lcc "'"' Mr8- w
Mr. Mclnerny, und many others. i . . .
.Mrs. .SI.cr.l,N Li.rliemi. ;Mr"' '"lw' '"''I''-
Mrs. Sheedy cnlerlnlned this week' I,nk blKonlaK, conihlncd with maid
at an claboruto luncheon which was' rnhalr fern, ornamcnled tho lunclicon
glien In honor of Mrs. Chaulker, wfo'tll,),u ut wlldi Mrs. MrCatidless pro
of Captain Chaulker or tho Itcvctuifi I "'''"l as hostess on last Tuesday.
Cutler Kurvlie. Pink roses were used These dainty Mowers were graccriilly
profusely as a decoration. After "rr"nged In a largo -cut glass bowl,
luncheon nn Inmrrmmtii innilr-,,1 urn., Sprays of hlgonlas -icomhlned With
gram was rendeied by scveial of tho' '""'denhulr fern wcro. scattered oier
rem. and cut flowam. Mrs. Agnes .Mrs. M M (inrrct, who tins been
Judd and her two daughters-in-law, visiting her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. Ii
Mrs. James Judd and Mrs Ccrrlt I Spalding of this city, accompanied
Judd, recoiled In tho drawing mom, by her sister, Miss Hthcl Spalding
Mrs. Judd wore a very handsome, left Wednesday on the transport
gown of pearl grey satin, Mrs. James Ixigan to Join her husband nt Kort
Judd was clad In nn embroidered plna Ilcnjainln Harrison. Miss Spalding
oer white mitln, nnd n largo picture will probably spend tho winter wljb
hat cohered with hluo plumes coin- her sister. The depnturo or tho tw
ptotcd Iho (osliime; Mrs. (lerrlt Judd society j;lrls will create a old in till
woro an cxiiilslto Imported wliltq, lln- social circles or Honolulu. A InjjJj
gcrlo Hock, Te.i and coMco wore Tiiuber or fi lends were ut the wliarj
poured In the dining room nnd passed to "wish them bon voyago and to ilffl
with Ices and caVo by Japanese maids: 'cr them with sweet scented lels. 'g
Oicr n hundred guehls were present. I "
Miss I.llllan liarnaril, wno lias been
.' 'lslllng Miss Athcrton, left for horn
JIl-i NorlhN Tea. . ' '
Mli.s llililon and tho hisses Ath
erton wero U.o inollf for a lea which
was glvon lv Miss Helen North nt
her home on Orean street. Oolden
shower made an, cflectlvo decoration.
Miss North and lior guests of honor'
received In tho drawing room. Tom
Ices and cake were servol at small
tables on the Innal. This alluir was
Informal, but extremely enjoyalio.
Most of ' tho yol.ng people present
woro Huffy organdy and lingerie
guests. Among those present wrrO,hu navV cliitli. After luncheon
Mrs. Shcedy, Mrs. Hepburn, MrB. '"'"" "' "" R'H-'sw piayeu bridge.
Kredorlck lliunsey.. Mrs. Cluiulkor, A,,lonK "lllh" piesenl wero Mrs. Me-
Mrs Wilcox, Mrs Kredorlck llobiirds, bundle"". I.rr daughter, Mrs. llep-
Mrs. Pardco, and others. burn, Mrs. Sam Damon, Mra. KreiU
n''- Hamsey, .Mrs. Wlnslow, nild oth-
.Mr. anil .Mrs. IMclinrdMiii's Iliiiier. , rE- '
Mr. nnd Mrs Jack Dowsott and Mr. .
and Mrs. Alexander Campbell, whre -' K",', JuiM'.i Ten.
leaio Uiinday on jl)p Korea for an ex- firs. Agnes Judd cntrrlnlncd nt an
tended Kuiopean trip, woro tho com elaborato leu Monday afternoon In
plluicnted guests at u dinner wlilch honor or her iluuglilcr-ln-luw, Mrs.
wns glien TuadiiM evening nt tho Oorrct Judd. Tho hours woro from
homo of Mr nnd Mrn, Krank Itlch- - lo Ii, Tho Judd homestead on Nun-
nrdson, A l.eaullfiil variety of pink anu stieet was a bower of beauty In
roses wero ui.cd ns a decoration, und Its gala nttlro of palms, maidenhair
on tho Mongolia. Her aunt, Mlsl
(Iraco llarnard, nnd her grandrnthei
were In the Orient. Tho latter dlfl
quite suddenly and Miss I.llllan Hn"rj
nard received a cablo that her nunj
was on tho Mongolia, nnd for borCM)
Join her nt llonolplu und go back 40
California with her-
Mr. and Mrs. IV Klauip will rcsliji
nl tho l-nlrmout for the winter. -Th
Jvlnuips nrc well , ku,''li In Honolulu
whero their hospitality has been ffS
gowns, with Bhower hats, Thoie pres-lqnently enjoyed by visiting Ban Kriu?
cnt woro .miss .-seien .-vuriu, 1110 .misk-s clscuns. Chronicle. " "" .-S
Atherton (.), Mrs. Charles Henry
Pennctt, Miss Jesslo Kennedy, Mlrs
Sara Lucas, Miss Muriel llowatt, Miss
Helen llobfon, Miss Frances Kerrler,
Miss Wlckstrum, Miss Irene Klsher,
JINs Smith's Curd -Purlr.
Miss Iluth Smltli entertained" de
lightfully on Tuesday afternoon at
tho homo of her slstcri Mrs. Stephen
Norton Hobo, In College Hills. About
a dozen guests were aiked to meet
Misses Mabel Mills uud Olive Hurt
of Chicago and Miss Helen Harmon
or Portland, all or whom uro spend
ing tho summer In Honolulu. Urldgo
wns played early In tho afternoon,
Miss Florence Hoffman currying .off
tho honors In iho highest score. Ths
was followed by n musical program
by Miss Agnes Wlckstrum and Mrs.
Uobo. Utter delicious refreshments
were served. Thoso present were
Mcsdmnes Hnrmun, Smith nnd Uobo;
Misses Kills, Ilurr, Harmon, Hoffman,
Klorenro Hoffman, Fisher Kyenon,
Nowell, Roberts nnd Wlckstrum.
.Mrs. 1, 11 11 z' Luncheon.
Friday Mrs, Imiz entertained at
n bridge luncheon which was given
in honor of Mrs. Atoxnnder Campbell
nnd Mrs. Jack DowsotU Covers wero
laid for too Tho color schemo for
this luncheon was whlto and green.
Among Mrs. Uinz' guests wero Mrs.
Alexander Campbell, Mrs. Jack Dow
sett, .Mrs. Ilciman Focke, Mrs. Fred
erick Klebauhn, Mrs. ii Faxon Illshop,
Miss Walker, and others.
l.'.inrc nt .Moulin Hotel.
A dance will bo given this evening
at tho Moatia Hotel. Harnett Kaal's
Natlio Quintette Club will furnish
tho music nnd will also piny during
Mrs. Ilolpli -'iMJ Khlna
kitchen shower tills m,ufternpnnJji)
honor of MIbs Ircn.ft'Tii.hcr, w'ho.wllj
be married to Mr (leo'rge IlentoiiTlo
September. j jM
Mr. and Mrs. John I.li IngBtotio
Oaklnnd. Cal., passed tllrnugh oiif'tli
Al. iind visited friends whllojljia
steamer wns In port. S
Miss L)dlu McStocker entertained
Informally nl tea Monday afternoon
Abo'ut twenty young peoplo wcro iTreTJ!
Captain and Mrs. Falls. U. S.l
Imvo been hpendlng this week upToii
Mt Tantalus, but returned FrldaylfiJ
their apartments at the Vuung, M
Lieutenant Itoblnson. who has'be?n
stationed with tho Thetis, lert Sati3
(lay on tho Mongolia ror 11 month's tgi
cation to bo spent In Callrornlu, -91
Mr. and .Mrs. IMwanl Watoon. aft??
ocrnl inontlis sojourn on tho main!
land, returned lo Honolulu Frldnyion
tho Sierra JM
Lieut, and Mrs. Kiultli of the irS
Naiy uro occupying tho Olebon 'homo
In Manoa Vnlley,s ' "Z3m
Miss llattio Luciis and Miss vToS
Jlakeo lert on tho lint Klnau to bpond
""" o 1110 isijuM or Kauai.
Lieutenant Parsons .,f ti,
Marino Corps sent Thursdnr and
day ut Lcilchua, mi
Captain Scales and Mr. HchiteSi!
illmil Kimday cicnlng at the MoiBS
Mr. anil .Mrs. Rnndnln
dinner hour Army, Navy und Oomlnlu nro slopping ror a few u-Tv
i folk nro Invited, Snt the Young Hotel, i
THE CARE OF PONGEE and FLANNEL SUITS
is as vital as the
proper care in cleaning no amount of skill in the making will- niaintain the original good appearance.
Mr. Abadie?s French Cleaning will Preserve the Original
. Dressy Appearance
777 KINU STREET
J. ABAD1E, Prop.