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EVENING TITJT.T.TCTIN. TTONOLtJLTJ. T. II., SATURDAY. OCT 15, 1010.
Itrdlnl lit Yon n ? Hotel.
Sunday evening. Ho lint) been In Ho-
ii a the gnebt bf her sister, Mr J. Lufila from Wilmington, Uelanarc, nrrhcd
J. Will ion uf Milium Valley, left Weil- on thu Wllhelnilii.i utij will upend tho
iiesday on tho Wllhelmlna fur Sun liitor luuntlis with Dr und Mrs.
Francisco, where, nftcr n week's stay lloudy.
wllh relatives she will return to her
eastern homo. .Miss Kynon was nc- Mr. nnd Mr. (inrllr)'s I'lcnlr 1'nrtj.
comtmnleil by her sister, Mrs. Warren, I Mr. nml Mrs Ourtlny entertained
and Miss Winifred Warren, who will about thirty of their friends ut u
spend scleral months lslting the for- moonlight picnic at 1'earl Harbor.
liter's patents ut their town houso In .The host, hostess und guests motored
nrtmi Itnlin lina linpn lirnVnllpil lifu.n ...!.... ...i.i. n-....i.. r.....t.... ..! i-
" ". ..,... fi'iuvm mi thulium! cuuun, uuu is jersey. The lmrty will stoti off at
to glvo a concert ut tho Young Hotel with pleasuroren6WnK old acquaint-1 ,.utllb' cn rollt; where t Ly ,
prior to her departure for the main. nce? hero daptaln 'Mather Is a fine J Pnd 'so.no ,1m Islg a "bwlh '
land, where she will visit her bus- IIiikIIhIi echo ar and sneaks Krouch '-...i ....i .i... .... ..i.i.. '
band,'n mother at Memphis, Twin, us well, nnd Is a gonlul soul.
This concert will bo given at the
Young Hotel on the Z7th of October, x,,..!!,,!, SI ' Imlri-wV Cntlii-driil.
plnnncd for the coming winter.
Among those departing for the coast
John llln Hln.lm.'., Tlli.Mi.r
JlcCandless, Mrs. Hepburn, Mrs. O. 0. ,,, K..inlll. Wii
Swnln, Mrs. Wlnslow, Mr J. Arthur
Marlx, Mrs. Paul Super, Mrs,
romb, Mrs. Henry Urcknell
Hocking, Mrs. C. IJ. Cooper,
Whitney, Mrs. Harmon Hendrlck, Mrs.
Arthur Wall, Mrs. (ioo. Drown nnd
others. x 1
The Morning Musical Club opened
' Its season lust Wedncsduy ut the
home of Mrs. Hlchurds In Klnnu St.,
, whero Uie following ery Interesting
program wus given. On account of
departures nnd other good reasons
some vacancies have occurred during
tho year a thing to be 'regretted In
-ono sense, and yet In another these
vacancies allow other musical people
on the waiting list to become mem
bers. The meeting wns presided over
by Mrs. C. I). Cooper, tho new presi
dent, und Mrs. Hoftmunn, so soon
leaving tho Islands, was a guest of
honor. The club at this meeting de
cided to purchase a new piano for Its
own, which marks a decision for
In linnnr nt Mm- lrnptit Wntnrlinimn
w" and Mr. David Anderson. Tho table
homo' on Keualo street for necrul
months, luivo tnken the Mabel Wing
Cnatlu chalet In College Hills und will
shortly take possession.
Tl.n n.i.aln !,,. f I lnr.1 ulit !,,. i I i . .., ., i " I'uiviuo III UIUII IUIYI1 Iluunu in. 1110 IIOSl, IIUEIIBS Will gueblS mOlOreil
The music loers of Honolulu have nolulu beloro w Itlt tho .Hcrzogln i.i.n,..ii..i,i.. .i i ,.j, ... i. ..., ,,.....
t. ..... I.i ...... frt.. Ilw.,n r.... 1v a c. t , rtt . .. . . . j , . .i.n.u w. .n 11., i.uu bi-.i-.hi m-i-na lib HI rultri utliuui, ..null- u UUilCiOUS
a treat In sfore for them, for Mrs. 8. Sophie Chnrlotto us teacher of riav-!,.lpir lnltnvr inr vn,iw,i. ,. , ,. ... , ,i.,
"- -' --" - .-- --, . o.l..w ....n H..U.....Q ...V.U.
Mp anil Mrs. J. P Pnnlif'e nirtMp 'I
Monday oenlug, .lr and Mrs. Jo'-r
cph Coike tntcrtiilne.l at dinner In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kolpli of San 1'rnnclECii.
On this occasion Mrs. Sidney Uallou, i, ,". cnlhiirlne Iou se I ob nson ,. V? ?,.,.. 1,K' ,amH "aS natanl ln MarMial
Mr. Brawn. Doctor Itamus und Mr. J. lLi l 1 'I.h . ., nllZ &' " Martha Smith N,el roses and Australian maiden haft-
. u. ijuiiK jji-tit;ii. xiiiuui iiiu Yviiu nits inriia. , iiiiTPii niif'Kia unrn lironnni
Dance at Moana Hotel.
Tho u:nututu Aioana Hotel nns a
blnze with lights, Wednesday evening,'
when the hotel' management outer-1
mined in nonnr oi uie Array rom. u
Is iiln customary m entertain with
a dan co, when a transport Is in poM,
but this affair was an unusually bril
liant fuuc'lnn. Kcatlt all tho olllcers
nnd their wlcf from UMlcliun attend
ed the hop; the wnnitn in their pretty
oenlng clothes, and he oillccn In
uniform udded dlttluctlon to the af
fair Preceding tho dnnre, numerous
itltiiinr nfirtlfm wptr I'tmn linlt. nt Ihn
Attorney Clarenio HOIson left on young Hutvt nnd Mo-ma Knal Quin
tette Club furnished tho music during
Arthur Wall will nsslst. Mrs. llallou Gates Kinney on Monday, October tho
will piny most of tho uccompunlmonts. thlrty-Ilrst, nlnetten hundred nnd ten.
Mrs. Hobo, Mr. Wall nnd Mr. Brown This marriage will be n quiet affair,
will sing solos from the "Persian Cunon AIt of tho Episcopal Church
Oarden." i Mrs. Hobo will sing a song wm perform the marrlago service;
entitled "Peace," composed by Mrs. iUM center will act as bridesmaid,
A alter, Frcar. This song will be nc- nmi Mr. Philip Robinson, a brother
companlcd by u cello obllgnto by Dr. of the prospective brldo, will act ns
rtamtis. A song will be sung which bestmnn. After the ceremony the
hns been composed by Mr. Nowcomb, i,,.i,.i ,nrtv will he Invited In ml.
nnothor local composer. The full list ,n11K BUI)or The honeymoon will be . . aDa """" ae
of patronesses has not been com- I . ' .i ',.on ."', .been occupying the Oeorgo Angus
?,-. .n.?S8eS .'ms..not . .ee" .co": 8Pcnt llt "le Castles' place at Ha- ilolll0. ' KunIn ,. ,- ...
piemu, ,uiu among uie ones mat win nauknlia.
sero are Mrs. Walter Krear, Mrs. i
Wcstcrvolt, Mrs. Uallou, Mrs,
of Long Deacli, California, who has terns
spent the past five months visiting
ner uaugmers, Airs, siepuen .Norton
Dobo and Miss Itutlt Smith. Mrs.
Smith left by the Wllhelmlnn and nf
tcr a short stay at her beach homo
will leave for New York City, whero
she Intends to spend tho winter wl(h
Mrs. Case and family, who have
nell Mrs "" . ' . . A,n,,erJ"m-, ,,n0 '""'".the. Wllhelmlnn Wednesday for the
.Mrs. Will W."8 nrll8tlcn lecorated ln scarlet. ' t nna ,,, procee(, to Nnw york
drlek" Mm" ' - Iwhero on November 3rd he will meet
Mr. nnd Mrs. aerrlt Wilder, who Mrs. Olson, who left hero In March
have been cn route uround tho world, for n trip through Australia, India,
are expected to arrho In Honolulu nd Europe, and will reach New York
tho latter part of January.
Weilnetdiir llrlilgr Club.
Mrs. Winter, wlfo of Captain Win-
In November. The holidays will be.
spent with Mrs. Olson's patents In
Ohio, when n family reunion will Jake
place, .miss Agnes vticKKiruiii, nnoiu
tcr of tho II. 3. Army, won the first er daughter, also going on from here
prlzo nt the gathering of tho Wednes
day Ilrldjo Club 'that met with Mrs.
Wilcox tho middle of this week. Mrs.
ClinpinaiijOf Fort Shnfter won the sec
ond prize. These prizes were exceed
ingly beautiful, consisting of a lan
tern of hammered brass and an em
broidered card case. The hosteiH
to bo prescnt-at the reunion. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Olson will h end several months
visiting relatives and friends In tho
east and will not return to Honolulu
For I.os Angeles Friend".
Miss May Thomas entertained In-
and her guests played nt small tables' formally Thursday nfternoon from
mni were suuaieii on tne veraniias tlirco to tlvo at the Hawaiian Hotel In
of tho Courtlnnd, Thcso lanals cre compliment to Mrs. linger McLean
lavishly .decorated with palms and nnd Miss Ix)Ib Wilson of Los Angeles,
hanging baskets. The Courtland Is wi0 myc ,cen touring the Orient nnd
ureater thlncs musically In the t-jwn. an luc-'l I'lnco for any entertainment, Manila with the Examiner party, and
Program of the Morning Music Club, nnu tlle assembled guests experienced J eft here by boat to spend two wceTts
'Oct. 12th, 1910: v Hn enjoyable afternoon. Among thoso hn the Islands. Miss Wilson spent two
Scherzo, present were Mrs. Wilcox. Mrs. 'weeks here four years ngo, when she,
Cnprlcclo , Urchins Sheody, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Ward, Wth tWo other sisters and her father,
Miss Stevens. Mr- W' Mr Frederick Hamsey, ' vrrPU wiUon, editor of tho Los An-
On the Way to Kew ... Arthur Footo JIrs- A"111"- -Manx. Mrs. rrank llo-!KCiog journal, wore hero as members
Ecstasy (with violin obllgnto) ....
Scherzo '.'.:.-...'. ,ti M . , Martuccl
ArabpBue efl forme d'Etudq .......
. V. .'....; Leschctizky
- Tho Moonbeam nnd tho Hose
Culm ns tho Night .". . Carlos Cacercs
Spring Is I lore
Mid-Summer Night's Dream ......
Unrcnroln ........... Francis Thorno
Mrs. Matt-Smith and Mrs. Weight.
Captain Mather of tho Uerzogln
Cecilia dined Informally wllh Dr. and
Mrs. Hoffmann nt tho Young Hotel
bards, Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Chapman, iot ,he southern California Editorial
Mrs. Smith, nnd others. excursion. .Accompanying Mrs. Mc-
Lean and Miss Wilson Is their brother.
Lieutenant Prlco arrived on the Mr. Elmer Wilson. Tho party oxpwt
transport Sherman. This young : of- jto return to .the const via the Korea
fleer Is qulto an athlete, and theSiut-TThey have' been guests for several
of-door lfe of Honolulu Is sure, to rip- dayS of Mr. and JIrs. Thomas nnd fnni
peal to him. Lieut. Price will be stn- y at Wnhtnwa.
Honed at Fort rtugor. '
Mr. nnd Mis. Turleton nnd family,
Lieutenant J. 11. Gilmer nnd Pay-. who huve been, residing on Amipunl
master Chntterton havo been sojourn-,Btreet, have taken the bungalow In
lug ut the Mo.mn Hotel for tho pnst Mnnon which has been occupied by
ten days. These young oHlcers left Mr. and Mrs. I J. Warren for tho
Friday on tho transport Sherman, en past yenr, and wllf remain thero till
route to thn Philippines, where they the return of Mrs. Warren from the
huve been ordered to the Asiatic east. Mr. Warren will bo with -Mr.
station. , land Mrs. Clinton Owen on Thurston
k ' nvenne during tho nbsenro of his fain-
Ilamonard Hound. My.
Miss Mary Eynon of Philadelphia,
who has spent the past llvo months Dr. nnd Mrs. Irwin J. Shepherd,
There is one best Olive and that is the
, i '
Every one is' a carefully-selected
large Queen Olive, firm and juicy.
The greatest care is exercised in the
cultivation and picking and packing,
and the Olive that you g3t is the
Your Grocor Has Theiu
dinner at the latter place. The even
ing was Ideal, tho troilcal moon shed
ding its lustre and glory, rivaled nil
mtlfllcliil lights, Tho promenade to
the pier, wns Cxtcnlc'y used during
the Intermission of thu dances, tho
cool breezes' from the ocean lent add
ed zest to tho dancln;,
Tho Ilcctnr and Vcstroy of Stt
Clements propose during tho winter.
to hold montlily receptions In the Par
ish House attached to thu church on
Wilder avenue, pt which they will bn
p'aisd to wolcoino any residents of
Honolulu, or vIMtors to the city, who
are Interested ln the social sldo of
The first receptions will take plnco
on Friday evening, Oeobor 2t from S
till 10, nnd promises to be a mo.l
A feature wip he the I intern slides
to ho cxhlblledt chnulng Iliiuolulu nt
20 yoars ago. i
Mrs. Long's Drdge Party.
A delightful lrhlge party wns given
by Mrs. Long of tho !'. S, Marino
Corps, yesterday afternoon. TIiIh
pretty homo was hciutlfully decorat
ed In cut flowers and potted plants.
Many beautiful gowns wero worn
tho young matrons, looked extreme
ly pretty In their Dainty" frock
and plctijro ,t)aU , (Among the. "brldg
crs" 'were; Mrs. Walter Frear, Mrs.
Arthur Marlx, Mrs. Frank Jtobanls,
Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Frederick. Itnmsev,
Miss Knthcrlnx Stephens.
Hnlelnn will have a full moon
dance this Sntiirduy evcntnir. As the
roads nro now In flno condition nft'
tho rain. It will ha dcllshtful motor
ing down In tho-coiintry for-thfs popu
lar monthly event.
The rieorge Ho'plts and Frank rtlch
nnlfons motored to Holclwn on Sat
urday,, and nn 'around the Island on
, 4 f
A Jolly p.irty,,of twelve dined nt
Hulelwn Thursday evening. Some of
the 2Dti Infantiy being on n prnctlco
march and camping nt Walalua had .1
The officers' vvlvca nnd sonio people
off tho transport motored over to lla-
1 lelwn, whero all had dinner.
Those motoring over from Fort
Shnfter wcie- Mm. Chapman, Mrs.
Smith, Mrs Estes and Cap, and Mm.
Dqwltt, while thoso In camp wCro
Capt. Chapman, Cnpt. Este-i Llcutn.
lloweu, Chilton, Pardco nnd Smith.
.Queen of England Displays Intsrett In
' A mimlipr fif mniillij nc. tr V 1
Turner of Hoaolu'u, sent .1 postnl rani
tei.i denting u plHuro of llalley's
I comet, which had been taken of the
'comet In Honolulu, to Mr. Alsop of
Jllrlstol, England. Tho latter ikuowhu
J tho groat Interest Que on Alexandra
'hail taken In the comet, sent, tho pox
tnl to her, Tho following Is a copy
of tho acknowledgment of tho card:
12th July. 1D10.
Miss Knollys, Is commando,! by
Queen Alexandra to thu 11 It Mr, Aslop
lor his kind Utter, nnd tor rut urn tho
. photographs Inclosed In it, II, M. hav
ing iookciI ai inc.bamo Willi the great
est Intel est
Mr- and Mrs, Harold Hnyso'dnn Imvo
taken apartments at tho Pleasantnn
Hotel. Tho latter Is nn cnthuslaBtla
tenuis plnjur, nnd lias been tho hos
tess nt n number of Informal tennis
Miss I.ydla and Miss Julie McStock
er entertained InforniHlly at a .thlmhlo
party, Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Win. Thomas nnd daughtor,
Mies May, gave n tea Thursday aft
ernoon at tho Hawaiian Hotel In
honor of their Los Angeles friends,
Mrtt McLnln and Mint WIIroii wh,i
I are slopping over hero for two weeks
after a. trip to the Orient. Tho'
ladles piesnut at the tea spent tin
afternoon very pleasantly plajlug
rnrds. Mis. Chester Ilunn -secured
the first prlre and Mrs. Tracy the
ladles' prize. ,
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names that has not been commer
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thereby losing their personality.
Mr. Ernest Giesecke has returned from
his three months vacation and is now
ready to serve our patrons.
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