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fife- ""'"'" "" " ' ,:'-'1 EVENINO nULIiHTIN, JtONOLUr.U. T !! SATURDAY. OCT 1,1910. " " " " ----- -- 33 '
I p&r-s'-i Si- REGAL SHOES mx 1C2K) ij&i I ,4k $
Jipstcr Ilrn).iiulii I.cc lliitcrlaliu lit it Mr, anil Mrs. Waller Scott I.y.ilo
lllrlhilii) I'urlj. of l.iis Angeles nro domiciled nt the
I.lttla lletijatnlu lo wan the lion beach. Tho foiincr Is u iiromlncnt
limt Thursday afternoon at u delight- ImihIiiokk man of that city. Thin young
fill blrlhihif (dirty," Tlio occasion was couplo liavo their largo touring car
tn celebrate his hccoiiiI birthday. The with them ntiil nro most enthusiastic
piclty huiigalbw of Alio Ia'us was voiy ocr tho Islands. They aro well nc
tastcfully decorated with yellow cropo iiimlnted In tills city, among their
I'apcr and largo chrysanthemums. On friends brine Judge and Mrs. llallou
tho I mi u I tho little tabic Htood, with and the Jndd lainlly.
nil tho goodies,' and was dccorittid '
with yellow chrysanthemums. Tho .Trio of Siirlel) t.'lrli at Vnlrnuo.
ilaco cards were jcllow candy boxes Miss Alice Cooper, Miss Agues
lllled with il.tlntlpj. Krom tho ccIIIiir Wlckslrum and Miss Hello McCorrls
of the laaal long streamers hung ton, a tilo of young Honolulu society
gracefully. As each llttlo Riiest en- Rlrls, returned today on tl.o Mauna
tcied to take u ecat nt the table, n- Ken from nn onjoynblo trip oh Maul
yellow Id was put around tho ncclt. and Hawaii. Theso young Rlrls vlalt
Thls was a very pretty sight to sco ed the crater of llnlcakala, campliiR
nil tho happy llttto fares. Tho crown- olio evening on the summit. This
lug feature of the atternooii was n crater Is tho largest In tho world and
llttlo llsh pond which was placed In affoids wondciful scencty. A trip
tlio center of the illnlng-ioom table, was also mado to the lao Vnlloy,
This pond was banked In greens, and w tilth hi considered ono of tho most
lying on the bank were tho llttlo llsh- heatlful trips that llieso Islands afToid.
Iiir poles. Tho llltlo ones had great loiter theso young ladles visited tho
sport fishing, and n merry laugh was prater or Kilnucafuml spent ten days
heard Irnm each Utile tot 113 tho polo nt tho Volcano I Ion to, where It Is de
was pulled III with 11 llttlo gift at- llghtful and cool. At tills popular
tached. After llshlng was over, Raines caritaiisury good horses can bo pro
of all kinds wcic placd on tho lawn cured. Tho surrounding country Is
and pictures of tho little ones taken, ro beautiful that an Ideal outing cm
lly tlio time refreshments were over be enjojed.
It was time tn ro homo, so the good-
bjes ,wero raid. All declared IleliJIoj .Mr. 11111I .Mrs. ):. I'. IIMmp's lllniirr.
n lino little host, as they had all had Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs, K.
biicIi a good .lliiiii. TIiiimi lnltcd ! ' Knxon Ulsbop entertained twelve of
the party were Mauler Hoy and Wll-,tholr friends at dinner. Tl.o table
son Jucnhson, William and Micajitlt was a-bloom with cxiiulslto loses and
Ncul, Josephine Schwartz, IMylho biiiIIii. Ilcautlful hand-painted place
1'nxton, Virginia Howlaud, Margaret cards lent additional iiltrnctlvcncss
Kerr. to tlio table. Sliver candlcstlckH or-
nanicuted with dainty silken shades
jlilMtiil Ifrrliai. vvoro artistically nlaced on thu table,
Tho formal opening of Iho musical c0no W!i8 served on the latial at tho
ccasoii In Honolulu will bo Iho .irtlsllc conclusion of the repast. Dining tho
recital In be given In tho Alexander evening tho ull-absorhlng gamo of
Young Hotel ballroom on tho evening brldgo whist was Indulged In by tho
of October Uli, when Hugo Ilerzcr ,mtt jstca and their guests. Among
will present Carlos Ceccies, pfaiilst, i,b piesent wcio Mr. and Mrs. K.
and Mrs. Hugo Ilorzcr, hodrnim, un- ij,xo nlshop, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
dcr the sponsorship of nn oxcluslvo Mackintosh, Mr. mid Mrs. Charles
i;roiiji of socloty women. Wilder, Mr. and Mru. Charles Walte,
Until musicians havo had excellent Allsx Uly I'uty, Mr. Kratilc Armstrong
trailing nod aro well known locally, ntlli jjr Walker,
and wilt nn doubt aJd new laurels to
their former hiiccmbcs. Dr. Carl llcjil Ltiiirkchu.
Itniiius is kindly assisting with a cello Mrs,
ml you'll be no tongff in doul I. No euW
itdy.o.wcr iWi can l- ciinpaird wild
ikrm 'or dainty ilyle n-t I 1 1I11 -ill til
nd .om'oit imuicJ by U-i'l ?'"''"
effective center piece. Tho place,
caul weio In water-colors and were
the Imnd-woik of the daliily hostess.
The largo circular dining table glis
tened with beautiful ciystnl, Do
hernial! glass and silver ware. Tall
silver candlesticks adorned with sil
ver llllgrce shades lined with jcllow
eatln gao udd.d beauty to tho table.
Coffee and liquors wero served on tlio
laual, which was artistically decor
ated with Corns, hanging backets and
palms. A number of Lieutenant and
Mrs. Howcn's guests plajcd several
rubbers of bridge. Among those pres
ent at this elaborate dinner wero Men
tenant mid .Mrs, George Clovcland
Dovven, Captain and Mrs. IMoi, Pay
master and Mrs. John Hornlkigcr of
tlic N'av)', and others.
.Mlis WinCim's Dinner.
lied cxm l.ia adorned tlio table of,
Miss Winston, when sho nroslded as mid have eudeare.l thciiibclve.t tn the
hostess Sunday evening. This dinner Honolulu people liy their cliarnilir:
was an olaburato affair given In honor un I nlllable manner Ouu drawback
of Judgo and Mrs. Kingsbury of Maul, jof having btvIco p op) 111 our mills t
v;ovcrn wero lain lor eignt. 1110 wo giovv so roml or 1110111 ami they
favors, cniidlo shadcH and place cards mo ordeied to luutlier -latioit. lVy
woro in scarlet, contributing to tho master and Mrs. Ilorubergcr lire
central decoration, which was a largo 1 ciuimcd vvilU thcro Islands sunt nie
fnnry basket lllled with cxnrlas and, loth to go uwuy. A lam contingent
veiled with red tulle. Among Mlssif filon In will ho at the liansiHirt to
Winston's guests wero Judge and decorate them with leis and Mowers!
Jlrs. Seidell Kingsbury, Major and and wish them bon ojage. Monday
Jlrs. Wlnslow of the U. S. Army, Mr. anil Tuesday the llornbcigcis will bo
nnd Mrs. M. F. l'rosscr and Mr. guests of Captain and Mrs. Arthur,
The eWrnal question What is a good smoke ?
The conclusive answer OBAK.
They're blended just right and skillful blending
means smoker s satisfaction.
10 for 5 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO. San Francisco
Charles I'ond McANoy.
which were thoughtfully provided by
Mrs. Oriulston. Tlio winners of thu
prizes were: Inlloj' that prize, lira.
Foster; KVntlcmeu's llrst prize, Mr.
Oimlston. Dill roalcr got tho Looby.
Surprise party refreshments were
served, after which all hands danced
till It was time to catch tho last car.
Among those who did the surprising
were: Mr. and Mrs. Schwarzburg,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sclioeiilng, Mr. and Mrs.
Oriulston, Mr. mid Mrs. Doyd, Mr. and
Mrs. Itilcy, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill, Mrs.
Mary Wtlgiit, Mrs. Day, .Mrs. Tiillctt.
Miss Klhtl Day, Mr, Clyde Wiight,
Meiil. and .Mr. Smllli's Dinner.
I.lcilt. and Mra. Hoy Smith of tho
Mailx ut tliclr home mi Kluaii street
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gait Cntcrtiln.
Monday evening Mr and Mrs. .lack
(i.tlt ciilcrtalncd a .riitcrlc of their
f 1 lends at an elalnfalo dinner. Ited
and green was Iho picdomiintlitg col
or scheme. Covers wero I ild for ten.
Afler dinner nn laipromplu musical
evening was enjoyed
d Mi's.' Watklni leave for
Thos. Doyd pave n luncheon In .. 0 ,; '. ".. ..'. .,
obligate In two of Mrs. llorzer's songa numhor of'filcnds and neighbors J ", " '"' K, ,"" '""'" "'"""
Tho list of patronesses b. as fol- lt Tiiuadny iiflcnooi, at her home "" M,,r n ,,n' ,R' " ' '
!..- .....1 ,. 1.. I1tl.nl ,! r,..l,l,.n,.l.l.. I.. I...I..I.. Ml... 1 t I ... ' fr hl' ' " l,!-' Crll t llt-
audlence Is nssured to gicet these two :i o'dnck'. and every mli.uto e-r tho' trn-tlvo r.n.l ..nl.iite. The pretty oval
. . ' " fnl. In Wiiq iliipi-irtilfxl Willi Atiutvtilfrt
1911 48. H. P.
imug musicians on tills occasion: tlino was thoiouglily enjoyed by thoso
MosdnmoB W. I'. Krear, Sanfiull D. present. The table decorations were
Doe, 13. A. Mott-Huiith, II. M. von green and led. ADer dlECiissing a dc-
Ilnlt, .lames A. McCandless, T. Cllve llghtful luiicli, cards wero produced
Davlcs, W. W. I-ovv, Henry Spencer and a number of games of pedio wero
I'armelee, II. D. Itcstarlck, K. Kaxon pluycd. The two prizes wcio won by
Dlshop, C. D. Cooper, Agnes II. .luild, Mru. Merrill and Miss Hicks. Among
Walter 1 lofTiimnii, Tlieo, ItlcliardH, W. thoeo who attundod this valley lunch
A. Love,-It. A. Jordan, James Jndd, wcio: Mrs. Tiillctt, Mrs. Day, Mrs.
W. M. Whitney, l.bon I.ow, AlfreJ Diiyil, Mrs. Kostcr, Mrs. I). Mc.N'amara,
Hoiking, W. M. (liahaui, A. W. llf.t- Mrs. Ornilslon, Mrs. Men III. Mm.
toinly, Sarah Angus, Itohcrt Shingle, Wright, Mrs. IllckB, Mrs. 1. (1. Itlley,
Jack Ilalih, Hubert It i-fglu J. S. Mm. Hchoculiig. Mrs. Smltli, Mrs. l'nt-
McCIrew, Arthur Wall, Nellie N'oonnn, ten. Miss Illcks, Miss I'aulluo .Merrill,
J. J. Delser, A. W. Campboll. Dornlco Miss Muriel ratten.
Walbrldgc, Matinlo I'lillllps, II. M.
, Hepburn, KlUabrth Chinch, Oliver -Mr. gnd .Mm. .MiCniiilless' Dinner.
0. Swain. (Icorge II. Ilobertson, W. 1). Mr. nnd Mrs. McCandless were
WosteVvclt, W. I). Adams, Miss nice hunt Mini hostess at a delightful lltlo
illniier ut their beautiful homo In
i XiMianu Valley. This dinner was glv
.Surprise ut Walk III. on on Tuesday evening. All the dec
I-itst Weilnesday evening u delight- orations wero in violets,
fill surprise party jvas given In Mr. purple violets wero bunked In tho
table was decorated with Australia
maldenliair fein and cut llovvcVs.
Anion, those pieecnt wero I'aymastor
and Mis. John llorubcigor of tho
Navy mid Dr. mid Mrs. Lauo of tho
Mr. (ienrgo MiClellan after it do
Ilglitful visit tn tho Volcano House
returned today on the steamer Mauna
Ken. Mr. McCIellan vMtcd tho Island
of Hawaii on it business trip, but
the Coast on the transport Sheildait
They aro tlic "nests of Captain ami
Mrs. I'lilnam of I'ott Do Ituusy. Lieut. I
Wntklns belongs to tlio Kugliiccr
CoipH, and has been maxiiig n snr-j
uy of the Islands for the U. S. llov
Mr. and Mn Henry Foster Dutton,
who plan to entrt!iln freipienlly this
wlnlcr. havo taken the Kiigcno llreiue
letldeneo fit Washington street Mrs
Dimb" ami her ilaughlcr, Miss Mar
tba MeM-ihon, have h'ft for an ex
tended trip lliiougli Diropo.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles (llbbon, the
motlifr and father or Mrs, Oiistuv
Schaefcr will nnlvo Tuesday em the
WIII.Attiiliii. 1r unit Mru (.ibblll
havo tcserved apJilments at tlio Mo
ana Hotel, mid will be reslilo thcrt
ilutlng the winter mouths.
Mrs. Jane Walker and family nrei
C 1 UW UU.
ALL, SIX CYL1NDERIS
combined pleasure with business, mo-1 occupying the K. KaKloii llh.hop homo
tnrlng to the volcano of Kllcaua and j at Walklkl and have been entertain
viewing Mio wonderful display. Mr, lug a nuuiber of tbolr friends In an
Mc''Ud'in considers it ono of tlic ' luformrl manner during tlio p.i3t
As a Runabout
wonders nt tl.o world und Is most en
thusiastic over Ills trip,
.Mrs. Mliitrr'x Card Tart).
Mrs, Winter, wife of Captain Win
ter of the II. S. Army, has Issued n-
lttiltniiu frtr n Infirn lildt.n mirlv ...
.RUu k(,, Ilt j,r imo nionday nflor-
given In lienor of Mrs, John Horn
lu..., r ti.n v...... .....i ..,nt i
klkl villa by it largo number of l'alolo and lavors wero designed to "arry 0UOI)riltu mTalr
vuTTey people. "It was a iiurprlso par- out tho color schenio of pjrpn i f i,
ty Unit wiib a surpilse. Wlillo fin Aniiiug Mr. and Mm. McCuidloss' I Lieutenant Wllllnm A. Olnsfonl It.
.Hiirprlsors wero going from tlio end guests were Major und Mrs. Wlnslow j a ( jra (aitr, iavo In.fii
:'of tlio King street lino to tlio liouso It of (ho Knglnecr Corps, II. S. A., Judgo Hiioiid'liiir fovonil dava at lb.. Kali-.
met Airs, rosier esiiiiiiiiK ii-t iuwimi-i uiiu .tun, fiL-iuuii imiikauiu ui .iiiui,
to tlio car. Mum was the word ami Mr. und Mis. Ilepurn, und others,
tho fortunate arrival of an iiutomo-
hllo Willi Us glaring headlights guo Lieut, uiul Hint Mrs. Ilowtii'i. Dinner,
the Biirprlsera the chiiticc to pass MrH, T'fti pretty homo of Lieutenant and
Foster unrecognized, and when slo ro- .Mrs, Dowen, at Foil Slmfier. made it
turned to tlio house and turned nn tho pretty selling for it dlncor which was
lights tlieio Bnt about twenty-live of given on Wednesday evening by thlB
her valley neighbors, The evening popular young couple Large fcalh-
wiib spent In playing pedro for prize ery yellow chtysaiitlieiniims niade an
You Can Take Any Position With Comfort4,
if you arc wearing "SHIRLET PRESIDENT" suspen
ders. No matter what the position is, the
slidinR cord in the back adjusts itsclt to meet it.
arc so comfortable that you do not
feci them. They do not draw nor
pull when body is moved, as is the
case with rigid back suspenders.
Aik your dealer for the "Shltley Pies
Ident Sutpenitr the genuine has
" Shirley President " on the buckle.
Every pair guaranteed. Avoid Inferior Imitations.
THE C. A, EDGJMIOH MfO. CO., Stiiiley, Mass., U. S,
V si (mr
inont. A few evenings ago they on
tei tallied at a liomesomcly appoliited
dinner In compliment to Ilcur-Ailml-
i til Thomas S. I'holps, U. H. N. who
Is Mis. Clabford'H fnthcr. Admiral
I'hclps was commandaut of tho Mam
Island navy yard before taking cone
iniiuil of Hie Twelfth and Thirteenth
iiaviil dlslrlclB, He will leave on Tues
day for lliemertoii, to Inspect tho
cruiser Charleston preparatory to
placing the vchhoI out of comuilsiilon
S, V. Kxanilner,
Judgo and Mrs. Scldcn KlngHbiiry
who have been tho lucrnllvo for much
social entertainment for tho past ten
days, have been spending the Inst few
dius nt tlio Alexander Young Hotel
Judgo Kingsbury left today on tlio
Claiidliio for his home on Miiul. but
Mrs. Kingsbury will no( stmt home
until next TucsJny. She will bo tho
house guest of (iovernor und Mrs
Krenr nnd will usslht at the "At
Homo" which will be given at the
gubernatorial mansion on next Mon
1'nv master mud Mrs. llornlieiger
will Ipiivo Wednesday on tho tr.iuv
(Hiit Hheilduii, for tho states. Tills
vouug couple will lie giea(ly missed
In thsj social clicles of 1 1 (Hint ill n. Iliey
Imp residniMiPre rnr-over two years
Kiigagciiiciit A li ii ii ii n ceil.
Mrs. Itycroft bus announced thn on
gngcinont of her daughter (lladya to
Mr. Henry (1. (llnacit of this city.
Kir. and Mrs. Ittldolnll HnrcckelB
liavo cabled for reservntloiiB ut tlio I
Moana Hotel, mid will arrive on thu
'The Woman's Clulld of St. Cloiiieiil'n,
Church will hold it Dcllcutcsbcti Halo
on Hnlitrduy, October -'J.
Miss Dlaiicho Soiier lelt Tueaday o-t
tho Mauna Kci for an cxtendod trip'
As a Sovon-Passoiigcr Touring Car
Note. Touring co e rouideil, eiibiirban nnd landau ho Ilea nro Interchangeable on this
Perfect rlcanllneii Is maintained In
ovoiy depailmeiit of Tho I'ond Dairy.
Only absolute;)' pitro milk supplleil
A ilmpl. infe And cfTcctlvo trement
for hronclitfil Irrublc. uMInir druRi
Vopntlxcd t'rPfcoUnd klopitheproytmt
of Whooplnif Couth amlrclU-vtaC'roun nt
on co. It U a hiinn tn lulTrrriA (rom
Aftthm, 1 ho ulr rmiicrcJ Urorcly anil
septic Intplrtd Ith evcr breath inahei
breithlnn ay, toothci the ante throat
and Hop the couch, rsRurtnir rcntlul
nlghti. It U lnv.iluiblo to luoilicra wlili
bend puktul (or Jci,rtptIvo booklet
septic 'lliroat Tub
IrlH for th llfltatPtl
throat. They bio
hi in pi". cfTcfjUe and
antlmptlc. Of Mtir
dniKcfht or from ui
lUc. tn itamp
k 4 MY 1fsssBsfel
Protootocl Fivc-Passcngcr Tourinp; Car
Note This chassis will also take miniature triiiiit'.iu and rumhotil bodies. J,
Regular Equipment j ,
, Includes cape top und gliiss froyt on all open rnrs, gear dilvon power nlr pump, foot accel
erator, 1'ie.stolito tank, VcciW udometer; all hiinpa. Including combined oil and ele trie Bide
and tall lamps ami an additional clcrtilc light fur tear liro.ixo number, trunk rack, foot rest,
coat rait, extra the carriers, tools, horn, Ynlu loclm on lion I ami lockers, alio on doors ot
Limited, . ,
-3 ' ?r iiijiittiiii f i
DEALERT IN MOTOR CAR J