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I2VRNIN0 DULLFTIN, HONOLULU. T. ,11., HATl'ltUA, NOV. 12, 1010.
11111 in I I r i WH a
ns, William Chaucer Wilder
entertained nt a large teco
(Inn Thursday at her benu
tlful home on l'ensacoli
Rtreet. between the hours (if
half nfter three and six
o'clock. Thin function was glcn In
honor of Mm, Harry Asbury Wilder,
a dnughter-Indaw of the hostess, and
Mrs. Charles L'Homnicdleu. Theso
tun charming, girls wero nmrrlcd on
the same day the seventh of Sep
tember, In Portland, Oregon. Mrs
Harry Wilder was Miss Lelia lumber
son of that city, and was a great so
cial favorite of Portland. Mrs
I.'llnnnnedleii Is from Detroit, Michi
gan, and was also n belle In her home
town. Honolulu has rarely seen .1
tnoro beautiful function, and never u
smarter one for In monarchist days
the Wlldcrs, belonging to one of the
oldest and most prominent families
of the Islands were renowned for
their hospitality, but In recent jears
Mrs. William Wilder has not been en
tertaining, on account of 111 health.
Hut on Thursday the old time hospi
tality was dlsplajed, the benutlful
rooms, opening Into each other were
bedecked with palms, bamboo, maid
en hair ferns. In fact presented tho
appearance of a mammoth tropical
garden. On entering the large cen
tral hall, ou were greeted by Mrs
Gertrude, Wilder, another daughter-in-
law, Mrs. Wilder was superbly gown
ed In a robe of 10I1I embroidered lie'
with a largo black hat, with willow
plumes, and looked stunning, At tho
drawing room Mrs, Charles Wilder
gao j on a cordial welcome, and pre
sented you to Madam Wilder, anil the
two guests of honor. Mrs. Charles
Wilder wore an Imported white gown,
of hand cmbrdldcry and Irish crochet.
Tho receiving party stood In n beau
tiful floral setting of palms and rare
tropical verdure, the decorations were
cxqulBlte. Great clusters of feathery
ellow chrysanthemums were used,
tall vases containing theso now era
wero placed on raro teak wood tables
Jin Inlaid cabinets and tabourets. Tho
. gowns wore among the most attrac-
1 tlve seen this season, Mrs. Harry As-
bury Wilder was n picture In her
Parisian frock of white cropo meteor,
and duchess lace, a shower of Mam
mon Cocheti roses was carried, shad
ing from palest pink, Into n deeper
shade. Mrs. Harry Asbury Wilder Is
not only very pretty, but fs endowed
with a gracfousness and charm of
manner, which will make her a great
favorite In Honolulu. Mrs. Charles
I.'Hommcdlcu was clad In pink penu
de crepe, and old roso point laco.
This tolletto was designed In one of
tho prevailing French modes along
simplo lines, hut was very beautiful
and effective. Cnrnlluo Testout roses
were carried; Mrs, William Channccy
Wilder wore a gown of Copenhagen
bluo satin, with embellishments of
real lace. Tho receiving party were
stationed In tho East drawing room,
on crossing the large hall, one enter
ed tho West drawing room, these two
largo rooms wero fragrant In vlofets
and carnations. Large potted palms,
wero placed In tho corners of tho
rooms,, tho archway between tho hall.
and two rooms was curtained with
smllax, the flro place was banked
with maiden hair ferns and enrnn
tlons. In theso rooms Mrs. Joseph P.
Cooko, Mrs. E, Faxon Bishop and
Mrs, C. W. Ashford, and Mrs. Sturgcs
attended to tho wants of tho guest
and escorted them to tho dining room
and lanals, where refreshments wero
served, Mrs. nishon wore n rose clilf-
fon over satin, with n black plumed
hat, Mrs. Joseph Cooke wore it whllo
lace dress, with touches of blue. In
the dining room at a long table lo-
decked with carnations and maiden
hair ferns, Mrs. Frederick Klebahn
poured tea, and Mrs. J. W, Jones
served coffee, Mrs. Klebahn wore a
hand-made lingerie, heavily ombrold
ercd and n largo black hat, with whlto
willow plume, Mrs. Jones woro whlto
laeo, with a large picture hat. MIrs
Margaret I.lshman sered tho punch
on the maukn voranna and wore a
stunning frock of whlto, with touches
of pink. Rmnll tables ornamented
with violets woro placed In tho dining
room and verandas, we.ro delicious ro
frcshments wero served by duluty Ja-
HONOR GUESTS AT BRILLIANT RECEPTION
TWO RECENT BRIDES ARE GIVEN
MRS. C. C. 'L'HOMMEDIEU
Among tho ruuhIii pictcul weto.
Mis. Waller I'renr, Mrs. Corwlu P.
(tees. Mrs Wnlr Dlllliiglilini, Mrs
Kdwnrd Tenno,lis, r.riliiihu, Mis.
.Viniiiiin, Mis. C, 11. Wood, Mrs, Clin
on llftllentyne, Mrs. Edward Wntson.
Mrs llnituuglc, the Misses Ilnllcn
vno, Miss Dorothy Wood, MfssWII
'idlmlna Tonney, Mrs.H'ranJc, M.cSfoij;
tier, Mrs Herman Focko, MrxHoilfy
Frederick Wlchmnn, Itrs. .1. P.-Cooke.
Mm, Ellen Weaver. Mis. rVodcrlck
lowott I.owrcy. Mrs. t-itie, M. J. S
Walker, Mrs, Arthur Marlt,. ..Miss
Itephfus. Mis. George Herbert. -tors,
Aithur llmwti, Mrs Arthur Wilder
Mrs, J. fll'mnn, Mrs. Frank T)arf Mlns
lulle MoStookor. Miss Lydln MhStnc
krr. Mis. Allan llllnmley, Mrs, jKle
h ihn. Mrs Charles Ilryant Cooper,
Mrs llenj.'imln Marx, Mrs. Kdwnrd
WnlKon, Mrs. Clifford Kimball. Mrs
Thomns King. Mrs ,1 0 Gnlt. Mrs
Clarence Cookp, Mrs. Hlrhard Cooko.
Mrs. Hubert Atkinson, Mrs. Arnold
Castle Mrs. Alfred Castle. Miss Ag
nes Walker, Mrs. Walker, Mrs Tones
Mrs. John Strnyer Mcflrew, Mrs
Kopke, Misses Kopke, Mrs. Ellia
bo h Church, Mrs Edwnrd Irvvln
Hpnldlng, Mis. Gnirgc Cloeland llo
wen, Mrs. T. CIIo Davles, Miss Coop
er, Mrs. Henry Cooper, .Mrs. Gardner
Wllilor, Mrs. Chapman of Fort Shaf
tor, Mrs. MonsnrrJt, Mis. Long of Urn
I. S. Marino Corps, Mis. Graeo, Miss
Agnes Alexander, Mrs. Thomas Itob
liisiin. Mis. Low, Miss Sophie Itycrnrt,
Mis. Wllllnni Wnll. Mrs. Willis Mrs.
Lansing, Mrs. Storgcs, Mrs. J M
Whitney, Mrs. A. A. Wilder, Miss Giu
liani, Mrs. E. K. Johnstone, Mrs. llenu
or Sin Frnnclsci): Mrs. Moor Falls,
Mrs Cunningham, Miss Alexander
Mis. Geoigo Angus, .Mrs. Clarenro
Ashford, Mrs. 0111101?, Miss Agnes
Wnlkor, Mrs. W. L. Monic, Miss ,V.
Melntyro, Mrs. M. Phillips, Jlrs. JI.
F. Piosser, Miss Gioen, Mrs. Fred
D.imon. Mis'? Delia Weight. Mrs. Ar
thur Mackintosh, Mrs. Hepburn, Mrs
Aithur Uiown, Mrs Hubert Atkinson,
Mrs. Nowby. Mis. P E. HIchnnH-on,
Mis. Mnxwcll or San Finnclsco; Mm,
Decker of San Francisco; Mr. L. A.
Thurston. Mrs. Faxon lllshop, Mm
Ar'hur Here Mrs. H H. Lane, Mrs.
.F.Incgor. Mm. ,1. 11. Jndd. Mrs. J. A
niltnan, Mrs. W. W. Goodnlo Miss K.
dominie, Mrs. N. C. Hobdy, Mrs.Lach
Ian, Mrs. llnlslead. Mrs Wnlcott, Mrs.
.it tin. v.inup) tu tho glans vaaca uu.i
liioiiiii-vil an uiiutle meet. Atlei
luncheon u iiumbor of nibbuis- of
.iiniigu wlnsl wlhi plii)ed, Un'Uiis nc
cation the bosuns iiokm bUuiiiIiib In
u Pints guHii of 1 1 1 1 . chimin over
plug sunn, her guht hi honor was
clad In u bund painted chllluu, In
Diesdeli etlect, tills eowuiiid wad u
Utiutly Lhlc and, Kretichy, bojh In the
ffljiih in wliicn it vTa lushlontil, auu
'n tliu colli: Ihg. After lunirieoii sev
eial of 'life guest ilevut&l nu 'hour to
orlOgij, llioii their hostess and most
of lliou preneut motored to the WII
dvr leceplloil, which tuok place on
thut aftcrnoun. Among thoso who
weie asked to meet Mrs. Dillingham
were Mis. Waller Frear, Mrs. Cor
will P Hum, Mis. Hniold Dillingham,
Mjs. Edwnrd Teiine, Mrs, llciuamin
Mnix, Mrs. Fiedcrlck Alacfnrlano.
Mrs. George ltodlek, .Mrs. E. Fnxwi
lllshop, Mrs. Frank Day nnd Mrs.
Hr. mill JIr. Herbert's 'I healer Pari).
Dr. ami .Mrs. George lleibert enter
talmd n number of their rrlcnds nt a
tbeatio party Wednesda owning
Tho production at the Orpheum was
"The Girl of the Golden West," which
wiib gruitly enjoyed.
I.I. mill .Mrs. !llll llliiiur.
- Lieut, nnd Mra Willis or tho V. 8
.Marine Corp outci tallied nt dlnnci
Wednesday excnlng In honor of somi
of the ollkers ot the Japanese cruis
ers. The pretlj bungalow of the Wil
lis' ws nttractUely decorated for tin
enteitalnmcnt. Throughout the dining
room scuncl was used us the toloi
scheme. Tho red carnations, torn
blned with choice maidenhair fern,
luadu u beautiful setting fur tho din
ner. Jiipiiueso place raids used out
or compliment to tho olllcers wero
bandpnlnted nnd extremely beautiful
Among tho guests or Lieutenant and
Mis. Willis were Miss Cooper, Miss
liene nnd Isnbello Cpojier, Lieutenant
Commander Vamamoto, Lieutenant
Inamttrii, Lieutenant Ogura, Mr. Ir
win and others.
Mrs. IIiicMiig' I.uiiclii'iiii.
Mrs. Hocking entertulni'd lit n
bridge luncheon, Tuesday compli
mentary to her daughter, .Miss Flor
ence Hoffman, Mis. George Clmel-uid
llowcn and Miss Kathcrlno Stephens.
Tho beautiful table, from which tho
MRS. HARRY WILDER
panose women In silken klmonpAsult of whllo broad cloth, n small
which added to tho pleturcsnuenoss of tpjban or olet romplctPd the cos
tho affair. Kaal's quintet club was tiirne; .Mrs. Walter Finnrls Hilling-
Stallone,! on tho leranda. bnliiml n nmii wio n iiuiiii-pmiinii i.iiiiiv. .m
A Skin of Beauty is a joy Foravei
rK. T. FELIX OOl'RADD'S OKIENTAL
1-F CREM 03 MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
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1 S -J 11 . w-iji ui th i,
" IV I rouroiiieta
'tlnuruuiV CrHMi th Uut bjrmful ol l tit
klu prtprtitum." or ul If ll tui d J ner
Uwvtb Jr.itii la (b UoUgCum, UjuJ hu1 Kurt. pi
UfllXLHOfUn Frca-, 3 Giat J.rtn Slrul XewTr
mi ilil lilnn rlt I fTnn uni In rinl fi 1? mil.
screen of palms and bamlKio, nnd ills- 1)ramlt hlt cl)M1(Io,e(, , effcctUo.
coursed sweet and plalntho melodies ,, of tl0 rdstmnc. Mrs: Willis, wlfo
during Iho reception This homo Is ,)t ,t. Willis, woro a hand tmbroldor-
nlmost encircled ly broad terandas, c,i 0j,j ro3e- 8nc c,rfon, embroldored
and the long French windows opening n a conventional design, with n
onto theso erandas, mado a pleasant iarKU i,ack plunied hat; Miss Ora-
placo for tho mimorous guests to chat )iam looked charming, In n Batln
nnd promenade Tho verandas wero frcit t10 nPW Bha(Io of Krc0n, with
enclosed by American nnd Hawaiian touches or black, n black civet hat
silk (lags and man cozy corners wero waB worn atl(I wng oxtremely becom-
ronned by the nrrnngement or glgan- nB, jRg oraliam Is ono or tho prct-
tic palms and rnio plants Hint seem
so common place to us, hut Is tho joy " "
or the hortlculturer on the mainland. trapjrfaPsrj Ha Pj Pa r.irafa fa P-af-
Among tho gowns worn nt tho rocep-t
Hon nono wns more effective than tholrf
.. . .. m ... .,. ,..!-
creaiiou 01 cniuoii, in ine now iinuuiui
shado which Is considered ono nf tlio t
leading colors of the Beason oer
Persian satin. This frock wns worn
by Miss Green, who Is the house
guest or Mrs. Mannle Phillips. A
border or velvet In n deeper tomnlo
shade wns used on tho lower portion
or the gown, touches ot gold worn
cloerly Introduced In tho bodice. A
large lint, trimmed with roses, to bar
monlze wHh this stunning tolletto
wns worn Mrs. Sturgcs, wlfo of Cap
tain Sturges or tho Fifth Cavalry, was
clad In n blue hand painted chiffon,
with tho joke and sleeves of gold
net; Mrs. Corwln P. IKes looked regal
In white, this gown jwns a) band work
and combined with real lace; Mrs.
Arthur Mackintosh's gown wns much
admired, It was ol Nankin blue, em
broidered In gold; Mrs. Frederick
Macfnrlano woro n stunning gown or
Wisteria crepe, with loose panol cM
foots, tho lower nortlon or this dress.
wns edged with deep frlngo; Mrs fl
Henry Fredorlck Wlchman's gown oflg
Cluny laco wns much ndmlred, aj.i
Inigo laco lint, raced with black com- j
pleted tho tolletto; MrH. Waller E
Frear woro n gown or beautiful' crepe
meteor, with n largo whlto picture m
hat; Mrs Sanfcml 11. Dolo worn black J
sntln; Miss Violet Makeo woro a flow-,
ored chiffon, with n lnigo hat, with P.
facing of black velvet and trimmed ' H
with pink roies nnd blue rorget-me-,1 n
nots; Mrs. floorge Cleveland Howon!
prcscnled a picture n a whlto lingerie "
oer pink silk, n largo black bat, fac- S.
ed with gold was woin; Mrd. George g
Angus looked stunning In n Princess u
Louise laco gowli over satin. This
gown was purchased during her ttlp."
nhronil, nny ono nt a glance could see,!
that It wns n French crenllou, a largo b?
black nnd whlto hnt. completed thoa
costume; Mis Edward Tennoy look.,
ed handsomo In an elaborate whltu.J!
llngorlo aiound tho skirt, Just bolnwlf
the knee wns drawn a broad flowered rj
rlblnn. In Dresden effect. M.rs. Jnlin,;
S Wnlker woro ono of tho inost.'
hnnutlfiil toilet ton, It was or pink
silk chiffon, n long coat of Irish Cm- N
-,l.t 1 .. I.I , , .- ,L- , tL
i in-i ii;i- 1,-iirillllK HllllUbl III inu IK'lll I a.
F. W. Marfailano. Miss Allco Mncrai-
Hue, Mis. C. O, Ilerger, Miss Mln.i
Herger. Mrs. New comb, Miss K. Ste
phens. Mis. Ebon Low, Mrs. W. Tiw,
Mrs. Snnrord II. Dole and others.
Mrs. Herma'n Focke's Lunehe6n.
Mrs. Walter Francis Dllllr.ghain
was tho hnnorcil ciiphI nt Hm IutipTi-
Host gills who' has eer hlled In Ho- cnn Khcn ,,,. MrH, i0lmilI1 pocKo,
uolulii her roWrluft Is mi polled ibat Thursday nflcruonii nt her Niiiinuit
sho 't'hn wear niiy'ihAili'. iiltliuugh It 'Valley home. A dnzor places cnclr
wonld ho (l)lng III utheis and looks eh?d tho iniinil tnlilo,' wnleli was lav
well Miss Alice Macf.filnuo woio nil Ishly oinnmcnted with yellow (hry
old him' sill; Willi trimming or gold; santlicmiims. An oxqulsltn damask
Mrs. Frank D ly wo.o li beautiful .cloth Willi an Inlet ecnicr pleco of
gown or smoke giey satin'; Mrs, Hob .Cluny laco cmcied the lalile Tho
fcit Atkinson' Was clad In1 a while lin- floral ce-iter pltco was vei hrga, hc
gorlo with lirgo plctuio hnt; Mrs. lug compose, of tlio smaller jcllnw
Lansing wore a green foulard nnd ii'ehiysaiithemums. At the four coin
liniiilMiiiic turban or black olel; eis or the tnlilo were placed cut gliss
Jirs jiiiih's jiidd woro n stylish rroeK vasci', containing thoso lloworj oor
lames Dougherty. Miss N Makec, Mra lti,mm ttas sort., was oriiaineuted
with long-stemmed purplu Iolets.
The fa vnis were also In luleis, u'lei
the repast u pleasant afternoon a
detotcd to "Hrldge."
Jlhs DUkvim's Dinner.
Plumed, )ollow cliijsniitlicmuiiiH
graced tlio table when Miss Irenu Dick
son entei tallied Sunday evening In
honor of Dr and Mrs. Kennon of Sun
Francisco Mrs. Kennon Is an old
friend of Miss Dlckhon, theso two
young gills hnlng been schoolmates
nt Notitr Dame convent ut San Joso,
t'nl. At tho dinner ninoiig Miss Dick
ton's other dinner giasts wero Miss
Ada Hhodes and Mr. William Wllilum-
Dame Postponed nt Mmiiia Until
Keen disappointment wns exper-
i lenced among the Army, Navy and BO'
of clilffon m r whllo salln; Mrs. Hoi- tho central decoration, w,n nrranged, clety rolk when It was found that the
en Noim-Mi was clad In n llngorlo n canopy of smllnx, stran Is or smllax tiunsnoit Sheildan would not urrho
gown with a large bat. iwcie biouglit fiiiiu tho f mr coiners In port until Sunday morning. On
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' The Store where Bargain Prices and , .
Bargain Values, do the Talking
Dining Room Furniture
THANKSGIVING SUGGESTS IT and naturally for the fur-,
nishing of the dining room has great influence on the enjoyment of
ND then after Thanksgiving
WM will come Christmas and
New Years feast after feast.
Surely now is the opportune
time to add that new piece of
furniture, or refurnish the dining
room throughout. We are ready
to serve you splendidly so.
Here are rich, beautiful pieces in
golden, weathered and fumed
oak, consisting of china closets,
buffets, tables, chairs, specially
priced for this occasion.
42-inch loiind top, extends 8 feet;
licit golden enk finish, Regular
p.Vcc, $20 j special Thanksgiving;
jBUFFETS $25 to $75.
CHINA CLOSETS $25 to $70.
EXTENSION TABLES $8.50 to
CHAHtS $1.50 to $9.
or tho ilrOSH wnH wmnt Miu Vnwlvl
of I'a&adcnn woro a smart two phco "j u vi a 4 j n-j i4 rj j T4 sy n-j i
-4fJU 44 4 jryJCjCatjCJtrj ji-.
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JT matters not how. liitle or
QB how much you want to pay.
We believe you will surely find
here what will suit your needs,
and comparison will convince
you that the values are not sur
passed anywhere. We invite
you to come and look whether
you wish to buy or not., Our
windows furnish some exceed
ingly interesting dining room
suggestions and values.
Unit neioMiil Mi') Army Imp Unit m
to lime lieen ghen thin oienlng wiim
pontpnni'il NiinieroiiH illnnoiH liml
been pliinneil to Ik ghen nt the Mo
nun prior to the iliince. In inse tlio
81tcrlil.ui iUh n not .e'iil I until Tnch
day, n iliince will lm given on Jinn
itiiy evening to which tlio public ma
cordially Invited to attend.
Jlr. Sclmefer, who U Rtnylng with
bis titiUr nt l.elleliu.t, spent Buliiiday
anil Kiunbiy In to a 11,
Mm. IMwnid Sturgee, wlfo of Cap-
tnln Sturges or tlin Fifth Cnulry, li
ipendlng the week-end with Mrs. Wil
der on 1'eiiKiicoln Rtreet,
Mr nlul Mm. Umrge Hummer, who
tiao teen atnyliiK,,nt tlio Ali'unilcr
Voting Hotel, moved Snturd.iy to U 1 5
Prospect street, where they will keep
Ciipliiln nnd .l!i. l.miV Illnnrr.
VluletK were pioliucly lined nt tlio
lliiner which wiih given bjvf(iipliiln
mil MrH. Low ut their homo on Nun
.1 nu iienne. ThlH wiik qnlte 11 pietty
affair. Covers wero luld for eight nnd
ho lollowlng wero preient: Ciiptnln
mil Mrs. Ijiw, Dr mid Mrs, Iine,
Ucutciinnt-Cominander nnd Mrs.
Houston, mid Meuunimt nnd Mrs. I.e
Itoy Smith of tho Navy. This enter
tainment was given us u farewell to
lie lloiiHtons nnd tlio Lanes, us theso
wo popular Nnvy touples leavo on
ho transport Shcrltl.ih Tor tho l'hll
pplncH, where they have been ordered
jy Undo Finn.
The man) friends of Mrs. Kidney
l.illoil will bo sorry to hear that she
has been 111 fiom the effect! n'f pto
milne poisoning. However, shu in
onvulesclng mid feeling much hot
tor. lr. MiiImmN llrldge l'nrlj.
Mrs. ICd ward Wntson will bo one of
ncU wink's hostesses ut bridge. Miss
Hiirtuuglo the sister und hinmo guest
r Mrs. Clinton Ilalleiityno will bo
:he honored giinst on, this oceuslnn
(Vednesduy has been chosen Tor tho
day or the entertainment und will bo
given at the prospective hostess'
homo on Thuiston uvemie.
Mr. Hall's Eccital.
Mr. Philip Ciishmau Hall, tenor,
insisted hy Mrs. 12. C. Hoiton, ne
ompjiilst; Mr. A, p. Wall, tenor:
Mr, Oeorgo . Iliown nnd Mr. Sinn
ley Livingston, will give a reeltnl
at Charles It. lllshop Hall, I'linnhoii,
lext Fild.iy night. The program for
the 1 onrer t has been tirofully se
lected, and Mr. Hall's voice should
bo heard to fullest ndvnntago. Two
numbers di-servo liaitlctilar, inentloii
"For All In All," words by D.ivld
3tnrr Jordan, picsldent ot Stnnroul
I7ulvers!t, anil "The Whlto 1'eneo,"
by Fiona McLeod. Tho program Is
I Clloiln V. IltizzI I'eccl.i
2 (a) Death in Life; (u) Tho
I'llgrlm Ci niies, ..Germ d llaitim
1 The Ilo,iry (hy reiiie3t)
I (n) The Faglo. . .(Irniit Suhaefop
(b) A Song .Mrs. C. S. Hardy
" Hy tho Qunrtet:
(h) W'en do Weather Hnlnln'
fi (a) For All lu All; (u) Tho
Whlto Fcico I'hlllp C, Hall
7 (a) Kitty or Colei.ilne; (b)
Tho Dream. .12. A. F. Nowcombo
S Mother o' Mine (by request)
. ,' Frank V.. Tours
9 liidlun l.ovo "Lyilra, by Amy
(11) The Tnniplo Hells; (li) Less
Than tho Dust; (e) Kashmiri
Song; (il) Till I'Wako.
Mrs. Ingalls' Recital!
Mis. Arthur II. Ingnlls, whnao
splendid vlo'lu playing has been a
lV.it ore or II0110I11I11 1111ihle.1l nventH
In the past nnd who has leccntly io
turned riom a year or btudy nlno.nl
under well-known matters, will ap
peal In icelt.il licio nu tho night or
November 29, So much Interest has
been awakened In the event that tho
)pcru House Inu beou engaged for
Mis. lug.ills will be assisted by
Mrs. II II. Allen, a recent1' addition
to hi til musical circles. Mrs. Allen
Is a eolurutiiiii soprano whoso inimi
cal training wns 10 elved In Boston
und followed hy concert und operatic
Tho reeltnl Is under tho nuoplcen
of tho Kllohana Alt League and
promises to bo ono bf tho ovents or
tho musical scnMin. Tho iirogiam
will shortly be uiiniiuuced,
Mrs. Williams nnd her llirco daugli-
lers, Miss I2lhclwyn Castlo and tho
MIsfcs Clalro nnd Kdyth Williams
will nirlvo on the Klorea Monday.
This fnnilly have botn nlnoad for
four joars, thcycaio very prnnilnent
In Honolulu nnd will bo greeted by n
host or friends, For n few dnys they
will bo tho guests or Mr. nnd Mm.
lli'iijaiuln Mnrx nt their valley horn',
but wll tako up n permanent ionl-deuce-
nt their homo nt Wnlklkl.
Major Davis, the son of aonernl and
Mrs, Kdward Davis, wjll succeed Ma
jor Hail In tho cominlsary dopait
mnlit, or tho U. 8. Aimy.
Dr Krnest WateihoiiRo, who Is
stud)lng surgoiy In llerlln, Is plan
ning to retni n to Honolulu for tlio
Captain flregory was n lunehaoii
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