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E-M-F-"3Q" MODEL 1911 1
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tW has been the subject of
more favorable comment from
those who know every point of
i if- ificar, than any other njodel on
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Ic3 Mill' Dinner.
On6 of the prettloit dinners was tlio
nlTalr'RlTCn by Miss Milts at Pasa
dena, Cal , who Ig a guc3t of tlio Mo
lina Hotel, This function was given
In honor of licr mint, Mrs. MacMlllan,
In celebration of the tatter's birthday
T'lo laigo clrcnlnr talile was oxmils
llolj decorated for the occasloji. In
tlio center rf tlio table was placed n
largo, fancy basket filled with jiale,
jilnk cm nations and maiden hair terns
This beautiful centorpleco was veiled
In nluk tullo, with butterfly bows on
llio liaudlc. At tho base of the bis
lCt oro nrranged tiny Incandescent
c,lectr6 HKh(s, wliu imi' snaues,tciev.
Cly dovlFcd to' reproscnt carnations
These artificial Jlghls. wero also pac
.cd on tlie,Jbailluif,ttio basket, midst
tlio lluTy tullo and producol a unique
nuil lituiillfiil crti-c.Thoplaco cards
tteio-had 'palnlJA-CliliioW figures
with ihti ntmesot the guc'std embossed
111 kjUI Nmr tliocloso of tho dlnnor.
n largo birthday" cako, ornamented
wltlQllslited candles, wns bronght In
nnd placed In fiont of tlio guost of
honor. On this occasion Miss Mills
'looked" handhomo In n Nllo green Bat
lu dress, cut In tho latost fashion and
ornamented with duchess laco. Mrs.
.MacMlllan v.oio a linndsoino gray silk
(linaiuontoil with tlcli, Oriental cm
b.o'dery. ' MrAandMiAlXVllllam Ulilianl
(J.utlo and Mlts Ileatrlce Castle, who
Invo been vtBltlng Mr. nnd Mrs. V
;if. Castle. Jr., at their homo at
Mnrblo Head and their clt home In
Tllnatun, nro expected to arrlvo on tho
.Mai'ihurln. Mr, and Mrs. Castla nnd
Jielr daughtor spent ThanksglvlnB
ltb I'rof. and Mrs Meait at their
liiime In Chi ago, III, Tlio latter Is a
titlar of Mr. Castle's On December
ilflli tho V. iCcastlos will arrive lit
R.in 1'r.wiclaco nnd stop nt the Pair-
'moiit Hotel untl their stoamer
..Tlss Coooer's Luncheon.
5KMr. Sheody. Mrs. Arthur Smith,
'.'(lls3 Irma llalle)it;io. Miss I.dla Mo
'ptocke. Mlsa Uoslo Hoibert. Mlsi
JJnrlo nallcntjno and Miss Jllo Mc-
jptockor v.cro among the joung mi'
t fons nnd maids that enjoxed-tlta ho3
pltallly of Miss Allco Cooper, when
jitio entertained at luncheon Thursdnv
nflprnoon. The color sthemo for this
affair was whlto and green, tho placo
i-iirds wore Japneso tfceiies done In
pVfntcr, colors. Most of tho cuQsts aiu
. IsfcrfitSb V Vvi!Siji.oUiifcyiiR- csiiwAf
'ileitis a mighty solid basis
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Botlv these cars are absolutely
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enthusiastic ocr tennis, and nt the
close of Ihe repast, a number of tho
yoiuu (coplo participated In several
games of tennis
Mrs. Coleman's Luncheon.
Mis. Hattlo Castle Coleman had n
family leunlon at the Castlo homo
stead on Klnc streqt. this entertain
ment was In tlio form of a luncheon
which wns serve 1 nt ono o'clock
Handbomo pink Ii I'ranco roses and
maiden hair ferns oniameutod tho
largo round koa table. The placp
cards were appropriate mottos tho
upper part of tho cards weio emboss
ed In gold. Anions thoso present at
the luncheon woie: Mrs. Castlo-Cole'
man. Mrs Clalie Williams. Mr, nnd
Mrs. Benjamin Marks, Mr, James Cas
tlo, Mr. Oeor'e Castle, Mis. Necdham,
Miss Castle. Mr. nnd Mrv Wcstervelt
tho Mlssei Williams, Miss Snow, Miss
Cross cud olhcm.
Mr. George Castle's Dinner.
Mr. Oeorgo Cast)ovas host nt n
beautifully appointed dinner Thurs
day, when ho ontortfdnod at Wnlklkl.
Covers were arranged for fourteen,
a largo cut glass bowl filled with scar
let cimiatlons nnd maiden hair ferns
imido tho table oMrcmely attractive
Tall sllvir candelabra, containing red
candlos ormmentod with red silk
shades lent added beauty o Uie table.
The place caids wero pretty- and mil
quo, nnd mndo pleasing somenlis for
tho occasion Among Mr, CnstloW
guests wero: Mis. Claire Williams
Miss Castle, ,Mrs. Neodlmm, Mr. nnd
Mrs.. Ilcnlaniln Marx. Air. nnd Mrs.
Short, Kfndnm Illicit Weaver JinUo
oniiMrs. VBaye'r,&IlcsrWllfjams and
Miss I.UlUi Williams.
Vr. and Mrs. Klebahn's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs,? Frederick Klobahn
will entertain this ovonlfag In honor
of Mrs, Jf. J, 0. Hngoiis, who haH so
.recently iroturnod.ifiqm on extended
'trlii through Europe. ' ,
MIbs Wlllalleu Droomgollo. a. rein-
bi.ited writer of fiction, comprising
mostly Southern talcs, will airjvo tho
latter part of January nnd spend se
oral months In Honolulu, as tho guest
of Major and Mrs Tlmborlako.
Mrs. Colley'c Bridge Party.
Thursday afternoon. Mrs Colley en
tertained delightful!) at n piagresslvo
brldgo party This onUrtnlninout wns
a small nffnlr, but pioved extreme')-
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phenomenal sale or this car.
$ 1 000,00 f- o. b.
tjuaranteed for one year against breakatjo of parts. Equipment
Carriage Company, Limited
enjojalile. Tho first prim was a sil
ver misu and was won li) Mrs. It. It.
Itcldfoid A Canadian coitvcnlr spoon
was tho conrolatlon prlzo which wns
awarded to Mrs. Krank Halstead. The
booby pilzo was n "Mother Gooao
Doll." and occasioned much mirth when
It was given to Mrs Da, v ho pos
sessed tho lowest score, pitcr In tho
artornoort delicious refreshments were
served Among thoso present wero
Mrs. Colley, Mrs. I'rank Halstead.
Mrs. Stobcy, Mrs. Harold l!a)selden,
Mrs. Newconib; Mrs Oat, Mrs Ablos,
Mrs. Howard Mrs It It Hcldford,
Mrs. Lackland, Mrs. Day, Mis. Wll
lams ami Mrs Arthur Dnvldbim.
Palolo Social Club.
Tho Talolo Social Club meet wis
hold last night, Mr und Mrs. Ormls
ton being host end liustcss for tho
I'cilio was the gamo ludiilgp.1 In nnd
after several well contested games tho
prizes were distributed
Itefieslunents wero served and olh
cr amiibcmrnts tilled out a pleasant
Among those prc3-nt wore: Mr,
nnd Mrs Ormlstoii, Mj", nnd Mrs III
li), Mr mil Mrs. 1 inlir. Mr Pin!
Mrs. Meirll, Mr nnd Mia. Wollf Mr
-tin! Mis. Itovd. Mi mil Mia l'.ilm
cr Mrs. ScIuhiiIiik, Mrs. Wright nnd
Mr. CI) do Wright
Mrs Hazel ifecnor nrrlvpl on the
steamer WUhelnilna nnd Ins taken
apartments at tho Alexander Youn-;
Hotel Mrs. Kecnor visited In Hinio
lulu list )eir and was si chinned
with tho'placo that she Ii.ib returned
to spend tho winter months lu Hit
wall .net. .
Elks Memorial Services.
Invitations havo been received
tho following fornr
Honolulu J-odgo Nov C(i.
Ilcnovolent and J'rptectlvo Order
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rcBpcctfully Invites )oit tObo proscnt
Hawaiian Opera House
Sunday afternoon, tho fourth of Dec,
Nineteen hundred and ten
, rn tho occasion of tho v
"hlksblPiiiorlnl D.i)" Scivlcos
Ham Jljcfirlnnrs l'.nltrliiliud.
Among the feted visitors In town
Is Mrs. llarr) Macfurlnno of Hunolulu,
who Is the guest of her slstnr, Mrs
Henry roster Dutton Mrs Mncf.ir-
Inne Is planning to s.ill with hor hus
band for hor Island homo sbmo tlino
In December, nnd nio.inwhllo Is being
niado tho Inccntivo foi a round of
more or less Informal parties One
of tho largor uffulrs will bo the bridge
party to.wlilch Mid Giaybon Dutton
has nskej a half hundrpd of tho smart
set votaries, Mrs, Dutton has set
uslda the afternoon of Monday, No
vember 21, and the bosslou nt tho
tables will bo lollowed by n dainty
supper. S I' Call.
Autumn foliage ,und clusters of
grapes dcrnrnted tho table at which
Mr nnd Mrs llemy St (Joar wero
dinner hosts In their California-street
home In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs Harry
Mncfnrlnno of Honolulu Among
those who were asked to meet
guests of honor were- Messrs
Mcsdames Krnest Dvvight Chapman,
John Drum, Ixiuls Heed). Dr Mlllicent '
Cosgmvo; thu MIssch rormindit I'ratt,'
i.rnn Bt uoar; Messis I)r Arnold
Gcnthe, Dr. riiink Dray, I'rtd St
(Joar S. I'. Chronicle.
Mrs .Murdoek'e Tea.
Monda), Mrs I) II. Murdcck of
Maul, ciiloitiiliied nt n beautiful Ipi
In lioncv of Mr Os'irgrt Kinney or
KahuKii, who his been spending her
hcnojmoin on Maul. Tho nttractlvo
home of the Miinloc'i'a wiis decoMtcd
with p ilnia. maiden hair ferns nn I rod
ciriutlous, This rune-lion was :t four
"k"n .,!,,,, .(iiiiii iiiu Kui'-wit in
vited to meet Mm Kinney wero Mrn,
liank Ilnldwlii. iii-s William llild
win, Mia I'rline Miss 1'ilnip, M"
I.lndsry, Mis McConkov. Miss U
Cisakp, .Mrs. Ctrol M Hor, MIrscb
l.ludsay (J), Mrs Clnreneo While,
Miss HoIisiIh Mis Harry llaldwln,
Mrs Simpson and others
Mr. and Mrs. Foeke'o Dinner.
Ono if tho handsomest entertain
mcnls of the week was n dinner glv-i
vii ii .hi. iiuii .'ii, iii-riuuii.i wipy m
tholr .uloy liniuo. Ihia dinner was
In compliment i f Iteur Admlrnl mid
Mrs, Hoei, who will le.ivo shnrlly for
Ilia nnlnlajld, On Tuesday iicvt tho
Vjufll.l 'nillMi n ,l Illl1flvn( n .ll..n
..,.-.,., .VMt.VJ'. H,ll'lf,ll VL .1 llllVI
for the Admiral mil his ntlr.ictlva
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who, iiiesuu) s uiuucr win inciuuq a
itozeh suesu. i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy's Dinner,
Mr and Mis, James Jvonne'd) gavo
a delightful dinner l'rlilaj lu hoinr of
MiHj Hent) V'pJ'r)ck Wlchmiin Cov
en wero arranged for tight, tho dec
orations wero In ptuk tout und null
nx. Among tlioso p1 eiih( .wero Mr
and Mis Jamca Kennedy, Mr and
Mrs. Henry Trpderlck Wlchmiin, Mr
and Mis I'rcderltk Jen ill Lowrcy
The departuro qf Miss Annlo Clra-
bam, Mnud.i), has left a. great sue hi
void 'among tho Mrc!nl set of tho
.voting folks, for Mjm Oniliam was n
great fecial favnrlto anil has been
tlio Incoutlvo (o .inuijli outertalnng
during her sojourn lu Honolulu.
'llils )ouiiB gill ll..b"'iJ'!ieue8t
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includes Magneto, Side, Tail
of her grandmother for nearly a
)ear. Tliero has never been a pretj
tier and morn attractive girl to visit
them! tplniiil than Mlts (Jrnhntn Sho
Is tall, with dark hair and largo c)es(
In f.icl licr fcatureg nro almost per
feet but her chief charm Is hor nnl-iiralni'-a
nnd cordiality of manner
tevvard over) one.
MUs Helen Kimball looked very
stunning on Mondav last ns the
steamer Manehurln pulled nwny from
the whuf en route to San rnuielsco.
This popular )omig eoclcty girl was
llterall) ovorcd with leU and had
her hands full of book, boxes of
bonbons nnd other tnl.cns of goodlthe Southern nnd Knstern part of the
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Af tcr careful investig lions of the most advanced methodi of burial in1 the civilized world, onr
Directors recommended the conitruction in Honolulu of a Reinforced Concrete Mausoleum; and aft
er n crit'eal examination o' mnny plain, and with the approval of the Hawaiian Board of Health,
will construct the
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the E-M-F Company and. its
, There must1 be a1 reason and
it must ho a Qood'onc.
and Head Lights, Tools, Horn.
will that her numerous frleiuls hnflrWiiteil'sfStp's TlifsT'oung couple will
bestowed upon her when they came be accorded a warm welcome from tfco
to tlio steamer to wish her bon vo). J smart set In Honolulu.
age. MUs Kimball will be nway
from Hnwnll-nol for several months.
The James Doughcrt)3 Inve sold
their homo on Klusu street to Mr,
and Mrs. l'alr.vpathor nnd will bo.
gin building next month on attract
ive and uttlrtt" bungalow at Kal'
Mr mid Mrs
)oung sou will
i icnney i-cck mm
bo returning pasi.en-
gers on the Siberia Mouda), after a
six months' trip abroad and through
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Mr. and .Mrs. UenJ. P. Dllllnghab
are expected homo Monday, after la
delightful trip abroad. Mr. and Mrs.
Dillingham attended the Passion I'ljy
Mr and Mrs C. Hedeman, after
n delightful trip In New York City
I nnd other Eastern cities, will return
to Honolulu" Monday. In order
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