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EVENINO nUU.nTIN, IION'OMJMJi T. II., SATURDAY, SUPT. 17, 1M0
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Member of Unttcrilt) Chili
The University Club rootna were
111 led by a fnshlonnble audience uf
connolseurB when they guthered to
listen to Marshall n.irrucli's hIcii1 UI
rendition of JuIIur Caesar Shake
speare on mier Ih one thing ami
Ulte another Ib Shakeienre clotlieil
with it hu'iinn form tliat can swiftly
BBsume the pnBslons that uplift or cunt
do ii, that transform Into the solar
radiance of divine truth or Hlnk Into
the darkness of unutterable woe, lt
the words of the great oet oeoine
KeBliliniTlilootl und iriienr before men
HiIbIb the work of the Imiiersonntor,
ancTthfcfa Just what Mr. Darrnch dooi
nlmost'twperfeellon He Inve'tB the
persons ,of the drmim with 'he lire
that burned In the brain from which
they originally sprung Caesar
stands forth the great colossus, the
puissant form, before whom nil other
characters are pigmies The eiert
fornl. the stent, broad, hbjn forehead,
the eatsle e:e nil these features seem
to come out In clear-Mtt outline Cas
slus appeurs In all hit masterful
force, his logic, svveealn nwuy the
scruples of llrutus, in I carrying hit i
like n whirlwind Into thy tivvful 'rig
edy. I'ortli kneels uil'i sweet grace,
heurt-scarchlng look ni'l unutteiab'e
pity, se'eklng In vain the secret thnt
M locked U In the Iiom.iIi of her ms
biwd and will not come foitii to xtiy
liu tears or unlet her orro.v With
line excellence the ictor enl4 -nto
TtH true place this hitherto ni;pctitl
run among the many women of the
Cient po't. IJut woml'r.ul tint pnv
er that tan pats from tlilt iu.t
charming woman to the moil timiciup
ulotis Hoiiinn, fnsslus, fun's sou'.
wrought Its bloodthlrstlncej upon Ills
wrinkled, shriveled 'ace nnd In Ills
Jladiini lire) fits' Ten.
Mudam Dreyfus was the hostess nt
an enjoyable tea which was glei at
the Hnu Tree Monday afternoon.
Only the friends who had entertained
this talented woman were Invited
She hnd been so extensively entertain
ed that her aggregation of guests wns
large. The ten wus from 4 to 0.
Madam Urejfus received In the largo
drawing room, which was effectively
decorated In white nnd green. Spider
lilies were used profusely with palms
nnd maidenhair fern This charming
hostess wore a real lace robe over
while satin It was n l'nrlslnn affnlr
and was so exquisite that tne hesi
tates about describing It During the
afternoon Madam I)refus was pre
vailed upon to sing, and her selections
weie nature songs Pirst, birds the
Uirk. Cuckoo and Swan The flow
ers the Daisies, the l'opplei, the
Wind Kach song wns prefaced with
n little talk which proved most de
lightful. Madam Dro)fus has a con
tralto voice of beautiful quality; she
possesses temperament nnd magnet
ism; she sings with artistic finish;
her rendition of nature songs 1b a
revelation of what run be done In irt
perfectly simple, straightforward way
beauties und meanings never heard
before nre presented II) special re
quest this gifted woman sang selec
tions from Carmen that were heartily
and enthusiastically received loiter
In the afternoon the hostess and her
guests adjourned to the lanal over
looking the sen, where delicious re
freshments were served About sixty
guests were present
Society Clrl Ucilo .uij II ulcer.
Miss Ktliel Florence Monsnrrat be
came the bride of Lieutenant William
Channlng Towers, Jr., on the 30th of
July. This huppy young couple were
inanltd in New York City, ut the
Marble Collegiate Church. Captain
Wells of the, IT. S Murine Coips act
ed us best man. Itev. John Allen per
formed the ceremony After their
hone) moon I.leut and Mrs. Powers
went to New Uiudnti, where the for-J
mer has been ordered to the New Ad
vanced Uase School. The young bride
was one of Honolulu's prettiest nnd
most popular society girls of the
younger set It Is to be hoped that
KOmo time In tho near future I.leut
nnd Mrs. Powers will bo stationed In
Honolulu. If that Is ever the rnso
they will lecelvii a roval welcome
from their numerous friend. This
voting couple will winter In Phila
delphia, us I.leut. Powers has been
assigned shore duty, und they will
proceed to Philadelphia the last of
October or the lltst part of Novem
ber The following announcement lias
Mrs Florence Kllen Dove nil
nounces the murrlugu of her daughter.
Miss Ktliel Florence Moiisurrnt, to
William Channlng Powers, Jr, Lieu
tenant Pulled States Marine Corps, on
Saturday, tho thirtieth of July, one
thousund nine hundred and ten, nt
the Mnrblo Collegiate Church, In the
elt) of Now York.
Cnptiilii nnd Mr. Miirtludalc'i Dinner.
American Demit roses udorned the
dinner table ut which Captain and
Mrs Maitlndale of the IT S Army
presided Thursday evening, when
they enteitalncd n coterie of their
friends nt the Moauu Hole). This
dinner was one of the most elabor
ate and largest iiffnirs of the week.
Tho table was bnnked with sweet
scented ro"es, combined with bow
knots of tulle The covers laid for
tho do7en guests were Indicated with
hand decorated place cards On this
occasion ninny beautiful toilettes
were worn Mrs Murtlndiile wore an
Unpolled robe tut In the extreme of
fashion. Among Captain mid Mrs.
Miirtindiile's guests were Lieutenant
und Mrs Hugena Iteybold of the Ar
tillery Corps, Captain and Mrs. II D
Todd Jr, I.leut and Mrs Kwurt, Miss
Treeker, I.leut. John Itcynolds, nnd
llrllll.iut Ufnlr nl Minimi Hold.
So ntimeioiis were the dinners Hint
preceded the dunce which wub given
nt the Moulin Hotel Thursday evening
thnt on entering the dining room of
thli popular ciirlvniisary one wns
given the Impression of witnessing n
largo dinner dance This mode of cn-
trrtnlnmotit Is proving so popular nt
Atlantlqrj,Cjtyt Capo May nnd other
Kusteriir watering resorts. The din
ing room piosented n brilliant' scene.
Dinner tables n-bloom with cut flow
ers and maidenhair fern und decor
ated with numerous cundles dressed
in dainty silken shades. Thu tables
were surround) d by gallant, ollUers
In uniform :i( i ompunlud by fair wom
en chid In astonishingly beautiful
gowns. After dinner tills aggrega
tion of beautiful women und their os
coits attended the bull which wns giv
en nt the Moatia on that evening. An.
excellent mllllurv band wus station
ed In the Moumi park nnd discoursed
popular airs during thu intermission
of the dances. Dining these Intermis
sions promenading wns Indulged
through th" brilliantly lighted gard
ens and pier. Kniii's Hawaiian Quin
tette Club furnished music for thu
dancers. This was otic of tho most
successful affairs that bus been given
for some time nt the Moan it.
Jlr. M.iitr-rliiUM'' Luncheon.
The pilncipal social event on the
calendar wns the engagement lunch
eon given b) Mrs Albert Waterhoiise
Saturday afternoon, when sho an
nounced the engagement of her Bister,
Miss Ida Koepke. to Mr. Sherwood
I-owrcy. The decorations were car
ried out with the prenuptlal Idea.
Ilrldal roses und bioad pink satin
ribbon served ns an effective orna
mentation. Tile hostess nnd her her
eiiteen guests were seated ut three
tables, each arranged to accommodate
six. Tho place cards were heart
shaped nhd, ornamented with cuplds.
Just before the desert coiilsc1 wus
served thu engagement wus announc
ed by tho hostess, nnd the fair guest
of honor was the recipient of many
good wishes, showered upon her by
her Intimate friends present. Among
those present were Mrs, Albert Wa
terhoiise. MIsh Ida Koepke, Mrs Ar
thur Mackintosh, Mrs. Itlchard Cooke,
Miss Sam Lucas, Miss Harriet Young,
Miss Lsllicr Koepke, Miss Anna
Tinker, Miss Alice Itotli, Miss Kin-
ulior Wall rhuuhc, Miss. IIUIo MtOor
lislon, Miss Murgiiiet Wnlerhouse,
.Mrs. Italph Johnson, Miss lllnncho
Bolter, Miss Mary, von Holt,tMrs. Suiu
uel llnlilwln, Mrs. Francis (lay 'and
Mls Constance llestnrlek. (
Nrnlrrllrlilm' nub. ""1?
The Service llrldgo Club met Mon
day afternoon with Mrs Preilcfjck
Hniiiscy This bridge club Is n'forl
nlghtly affair and meets on Wednes
day Hovvt'ver, Monday of this 'week
was chosen on account of u number
of the members of tho club having
"out of town" engagements for the
middle of the week. The affair on
Monday afternoon wan un extremely
Uretty one. All tho decorations nnd
score cards were In Japanese effect.
Tho prizes also carried out tho Jap
anese decorations. The first prl.e
was won by Mrs. Putim'm of Fort
o Hussy. It was a heavy brass
candlestick with a fancy shade of
beaten brass. Mrs. Chapman uf Fort
Shafter won thu second prize; u
liaiidsoinc Japanese wutercolor.
Among those present Monday after
noon were Mrs. I'redtrlck Uiimsey,
MrH Arthur Murlx, Mrs. I.lpslus lu
Bister of tho hostess), Mrs. Frank
Knburds, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Ward,
Mis. Chapman, Mrs. John llornberg
cr, Mrs. Iine, Mrs Williams and Mrs
Turner of Fort .linger, nnd others
.Mrs. Harold Dillingham lo Itilurti.
Mrs. Hurdld DIHInghttin, who has
been sojourning In California for the
past few months, will return lo these
Islands on the Siberia, which will nr
rlvo on the nineteenth of this month.
Mrs. Harold Dillingham Is extremely
popular among tho smart set of Ho
nolulu, nud hho will teceive n loyal
w i Iconic- by her numerous friend t
Tho following Is copied from the S
V Cull: "Mrs. Harold Dillingham re
turned on Wednesday after spending
several days at the hotel us u guest
of Miss Helen Irwin. Sho Is visiting
MrB. Uerald Kulhbonu over this week
end und, hi tho regret of her friends,
sho plans to sail for her homo in Ho
nolulu un September 13th,
AINs All-Minder's Dinner.
Miss Helen Alexander entertained
Monday evening at her artistic now
bungalow which Is situated almost at
tho head of Nuuiinu Valley. This af
fair was a dinner which was given In
honor of Mrs. Helen Nooiiau, who, has
recently returned from California.
On enteilng the dining room the
guests, who, by the way, were warm
pcraonul friends, exclaimed over tho
beauty of the table. Miss Alexander
Is a horticulturist of rare nullity, and
her cillliirn of roses 1ms made her re
nownyl In the city of Honolulu On
this occasion Mammon Cochet roses
were Usui lavishly in the dining
loom, adorning cabinets, sldeboauls
und the pietlily appointed lablo at
which tho guests vvero seated. Among
those present wore Miss Helen Alex
nnder, Mrs. Helen Noonnji, Mrs.
Charles Ilrynnt-Cooper nnd her house
guest, MrB Ncwby, of Pasadena', Cal.V
Mr Frank Armstiong, Mr'Hobtui'
Walker, Mr. Will Mclnerny 'nnd Mr'.
Drovv, puri-er-of the Wllhclnitliu. '
.Mrs. Phillip's I.iiiuhe.in. ! ?,$)!
Mis Harry I-wls wns the compli
mented guest at a luncheon which
was given nt the Country Club on
Monday by Mis Mnnnle Phillips of
this tlty This entertainment was In
tho nature of a bridge luncheon. Tilts
nffulr was extremely Informal, but tho
ktynota of Informality lent nddul
pleasure to tho afternoon. A delicious
luncheon wus served ut one o'clock
ut u flower-bedecked table nrtlstlcally
arranged to servo tho eight guests.
Pink place enrds tied with d.iluty rib
bons matched tho central decoration
of cut flowers Among those Invited
to met Mrs Harry I-wls were Mrs
Mary Wlddlflclil, Mrs. Charles Ilrynnt-Cooper,
Mrs. Nevvby of Pasadena,
Mrs Helen Noonnti, Mrs. 0 II. Wood,
Dr. mill 3lr. Lane's Dlmii-r.
Thursday evening Dr. nnd Mrs.
Luc of the V 8 Nuvy entertained
at dinner In honor of Paymaster und
Mrs John llornberger of the Navy.
Tho Inlgu tlrqular table, was beauti
fully ornamented In pink und gieeii.
After the dinner tho ho.it nnd hostess
mid their gucets attended thn Army
hop that was given thai evening ut
Moiiiiu Hotel. '
Ilitvvull.iu tlnglni erlni; UmicIiIIiiii
"The Ditcrtnlnmciit Cominlliro of
the Hawaiian ITaiglnccrlng Association
request tho honor of your presence
at their Annual lliiuqiiet on Thursday
evening, September tho twenty-second,
nineteen hundred and ten, to be
held at tho Commercial Club ut half
lifter seven o'clock. It. S V. P."
Mrs, ivers In San I'rnnrNro.
Mrs. Itlcluird Ivers arrived from
Honolulu on the Sierra Tuesday mid
Is at the home of her mint, Mrs. Wil
liam Irwin, who came up fiom Del
Monto to greet her S. F Call
The Kolialn reception to Mrs. Cow
an, Miss lllckford mid Miss (I rose,
September 0, was enJoed by n lurgo
company The social hull was decor
uted wltli grace! til Chinese bamboo,
palms und Mowers. The floor wub
covered with rugs nnd easy chairs, dl
vnns unit "homey" furnishings trans
formed the loom Into it large, cheery
reception pallor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hind
nnd Dr. Cowan stood In the receiving
line wltli the Ihreo "inallhliils " Thu
Uldles' CI oo Club, Miss Moorhctid,
Mis. ttenlon lllinl, Mr Auiitlu, Mr.
Piictuvv, mid n trio consisting bf Mrs.
Hind, Mrs, Ilentonv and Miss Moor
head sang. Miss McCormlck recited
nnci Alice llnnd'rendoird n piano solo
nnd reolbjdjjjjiM'r (?unn lnade K' plonk
ing nildrcns of welcome. While ro
lresliii.entjijfc WJi'K discussed, l.r.
Cowan proposed a toast lo Mr. Ceonto
Kenton, Jr., and bride, mid Miss Illck
whose weddings weto Bet fpr thnt
evening The "r.iiuililtiis" (slioiildn't
It be "inulMii'iiiisi") will remember
this pleuutnt lint Impression of Ko
hala'u cordiality until they become
"kmiiaalnus." Kohulu Midget.'
Mrn Whenton'flray, wife of Judgo
(Jruy of the tl." S Supremo Court of
1.08 Angeles, mid her daughter, Miss
IIvu (iray, arrived In Honolulu Tues
day on tho Mnkuru. Mrs. Gray nnd
MIsb Gray spent part of the summer
ut the Mo.inn, but lift In July for a
trip to Australia. Thoy were so de
lighted with Honolulu thnt they de
cided to stop In tho Islands on their
return home. Mrs. dray and Mhis
Gray possess many friends In Hono
lulu who nro vlelng with each other
to entertain them nnd make their
stay n pleasant one
Tho following" Invitation tins been
received by one "hundred of the mnnrt
set uf Honolulu.
Mr. nr.d Mrs'ti'Alfrcdv Hocking ro4
cuet the, honor uf your pretence at,
the marriage of their daughter, Hard
Maude llofflpal), tel Lieutenant WIN
Ham Henry Montur,1 li H. It. C. H,
cm Til'sduy .evening, September' tho
twentieth, iiliH'leeu, hundred mid ten,
nt hall after elg'jla, uVlotk (Iruy
stones, Kuwalo street, "Honolulu, T.
Major General McCnskey, United
States Army, retired, and Mrs. Mc
Cnskey, nro visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Chnpmnn, wife of Captain Wm.
II. II. Chapman, 2mh Infunlry, nt
Fort Shatter. General McCnskey
served with the 20th Infantry for tlilr-"
ty-flve years, und was In coinm-iml of
the regiment through tho Cuban nud
k K k
O II. McClellan, prlvnto secretnry
to Kuhlo, who arrived on the Sierra
estciduy, for a month's stay In thn '
islands, Is staying nt tho Moann hotel.
Mrs. MtClollmi elected to remain on
,the mainland during her husband's
trip to Hawaii. Secretury McClellan
Is being coidlally greeted on nil bides
by his host of friends.
Mr John T. Warren of the Honolulu
Photo Supply Co, returned this weed'
frltll If 111. I Wilt ll1lll I II linrn tin
(!""' itu n wt .luiuniii) niiriu inj
spent two weeks' vacation visiting hid
brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Ilghtoti Gibson.
This car will add new luster to an
TI-1K most valuable asset the Cadillae Com
pany possesses is its good name a good
name which is not merely the, result of
popular caprice but has been earned by
what the car has done and what it has been. The
Cadillac is as you know, unique in the kind things
' that are said, and thought, and felt about it by
thousands of people.
This good name, and the extraordinary good will which
it has engendered everywhere, we interpret as an obligation to
build a car so fine as to remove itself automatically from the
likelihood of competition.
.' For 191 1, therefore, our first thought our one and only
thought, in fact has been to satisfy that widespread and im
plicit confidence which always expects the exceptional from
the Cadillac. We believe we are justified in saying that in this
larger, more powerful, more luxurious car, the Cadillac organi
zation has surpassed itself.
In spite of ten years of devoted adherence to the manu
facturirig principle that any one of ten thousand Cadillacs
should be interchangeable in its parts with any other Cadillac
of the same type, we were not ready so short a time as twelve
months ago to build a car as worthy and as wonderful as this.
'. Manufacturing plants,, like men, must fit themselves to do
truly great things. Even with the system of standardization,
which lias no equal in the world, and which insures an abso
lutely perfect alignment of parts and the almost final elimina
tion of friction, the value of 191 1 was not possible in 1910,
You are receiving now, we verily believe, the most ad
vanced type of exact and scientific motor car manufacture
which the' industry has produced.
Please co-operate with your Cadillac representative by the
earliest possible inspection,
Important Improvements in
xt . II v .
Cylinder bote lucrtuscd from 4 VI In
ches to 41.!: Inches. This, with mine
elllclent carburetor, (Schthler)
which Is water-Jacketed, effects u
material increnso in power, l'lstcjn
Htroku, 4 Inches
The four cylinders nro enso singly,
with topper Jackets applied, retain
ing the exclusive Cadillac features
Wheel huso Increased fiom 1 Id to 110
Inches, making the car easier thuli
Double drop frame, -J'i In diop, which
makes car hct lower, and this with
the Inrgei hood and more loomy
tonneaii kreully Improves tho up
pvaiuuce i, una: iiuiuioii.
The radiator Is slightly linger, hence
has greuter cooling capacity. This
Ib notwithstanding the fact that the
Cadillac was nuvur delictum In that
TMiivi: x i.r.
Full Doming type ,'i'lmki'ii roller
' belli lug I ear iul This Is thn gqiiiii
uxlo ns used on u number of Aiiier- l
leu's highest priced curs.
l.AIKint HHMvi: DKII.1IS.
More poweiful brakes, menu easily ap
plied and greatly Increased elllcl- '
ency Contracting and expanding
double uctlng brakes, both eimal
I zed. '
TWO KIMTKIX SYSTEMS.
Two complete nnd independent Igni
tion systems, eacli wltli Its own set
of spark plugs. Tho two Ignition
H) stems consist of Iloscli high tuns
Ion magneto and the new und Im
proved Delco R)stem with single
unit toll, high tension dlstilbutor
mid controlling relay. Flther syn
teni uloiiu Is elllclent for operating
All eleetilcal wiling entloked In cop
Copper manifolds am uted fur vvuler
Inlets mid outlets in thu cli dilating
iimovwii.i: i,ii if.
fulfil may be lemovcd In a 'very few
minutes without disturbing other
CADILLAC MOTOR CAR CO,, Detroit,' Micjijgun
Licensed under Seidell Patent
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., aemts
191 1 Cadillac Specifications
Mill Hit Four C) Under, four cycle; cylinders ennt nlngly. 4V4 Inch bore
by VA Inch piston stroke Klve-benring crunk shalt, 1", Inch dlii-
meter. Ilrnrlngs, Cadillac niiike, bronze wltli Imbbitt lining. Klvo
llOIISi:i'lini:il-A. K A. M. rating 32.4.
COill.lMJ Wnter. Coppor Jacketed cylinders, copper Inlet nnd outlet wnter
manifolds. (lenr driven centrifugal pump; lladlator, tubular and plale
type or uneiiualed olllcluiicy. Tail uttuehed to motiir, runiiliig on two
point ball bearings; center distances of fun pulleys adjustable, lo tuko
up stretch In belt.
HIM'IIOX Jump spnrk. Two complcto nnd independent systems, Includ
ing two bcIb of spark plugs; llosch high tension niiigneto; nlso new
und Improved Delco system, single unit coll with high tension distrib
utor und controlling relay. (Delco system apparatus located in for
mer commutator position.) Wiring enclosed lu copper tubo.
I. I'lllllCATION Automatic splash system, oil uniformly dlstrlbiitfd-' Sup
ply maintained by mechanical force?feed lubricator with single ulght
feed 011 dash. Most economical and simplest system ever devised.
('vltlll'ltirnilt-Special Schebler, water jacketed,
fiom drlver'H seat.
Air may bo adjusted
( I.II1CII Cono type, largo, leather faced' with special Bprlng ring In fly
wheel. Clutch readily removable mid most easily opeinted evor de
vised Universal joint between clutch and transmission practically
noiseless lu nil positions and easily removable.
Tit INSMISSION Sliding geur, selective type, three speeds forward nnd
K riiveri.o. Chromo nickel steel geurs Chrome nickel steol transiulHHlon
shaft nnd clutch Bhuft running 011 (Ivo uunular bull bearings.
IUIIVK Direct slinft lo hovel genrs of special cut teeth to ufford maximum
strength. AH gears cut by iih. Drive shaft inns on Tlmken beurlngs.
Two unlvoisal JolntB, the forvvurd telescopic, euch enclosed In housing
nnd 1 tinning lu oil bath.
A. I,1KS-Hcur, Tlmken full floating ttpo; special alloy steel llvoiiile shaft;
riinkon roller bearings Doublo torsion tubes nrrunged In triangular
I01111 affording unusual sticngth. I'ront axle, drop rorged I beam sec
tion with drop forged yokes, Bprlng peiches, lie rod ends und steeling
hplndles. Trout vvluels titled wltli Tlmken beurlnga.
lll(lvi:.S Ono Internal and one external bruko direct on wheels, 14 Inch x
-V4 Inch drums. Uxcoiitlouully eusy lu operutlou. Uoth equipped with
STi:i:i(I.MI fJi:.l( Cadillac patented worm mid worm geur Hector typo, ad
justable, vvlth ball thrust. 1 Inch steeling post, IS Inch uttering
wheel Willi commuted hard rubber ilm, aluminum spider.
Nil i:i:i, IIA.Si: 1IC Inches.
'lllli:S-On Touring cur, Deiiil-toniieuu. HoiulHter and Coupe, 34x1 Inches;
l.lliioilslue, 34x4 ',4 Inches.
M'lllMIS-I-'iunt, Bnml-elllplleul 30 IiicIicb long by 2 Indies whin; Hear-thue-ipiaiter
plalforiuj sides, 12 Inches lung x 2 Inches vvldii Hour
ciobb 3S Inches long x 2 Indies wldu.
Price $1700 f.o.b. Detroit
.mi.n'!""'!!"? ('".r' 1l",1,1"-;r"l"e," '""I HimiUler fCiiupo J2r.O, Minniislm.
lauuill 1'ilce luiludu the fnlluwliie, eiiilpnient Iloscli luagudii and Ihilici
ymiu, mm i.ati ga lumps mid gvniuiiiiir Dim pair sldu nil lamps nnd
lull lamp, nun horn tunl set uf lnols, pump aip iuialr kit fur Hum to 11,11.,
b.ascin and lilp Hlamlaid speedometer, l(olm mil, mil loot Mill In loll
Iumii mid half fool mil in final Tlni llohlers