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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 10, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 13, Image 15',
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Mrs. Alexander Gilchrist Hawcs Jt,
Returns From a Nine Months'
Mrs. Alexander Rllchrlct Hawcs
Jr. arrived Monday on (ho Siberia'
from a iilnu months' trip nhroad. Mm.
Hawcs looks haiidromer than ecr,'
aint linu liccn given a royal welcome'
by her mimcioiiB rrlends and has
been feted constantly elnio her re
turn. This charming matron Is con.
sldcrcd one of the most popular so-'
chty women of this city. Mrs.'
Hawes Bailed April 9 fioni New Yorkj
City on Ihq palatial uteamcr Ccdrlc.l
vvlilrJi Is one or the largest of tho
White Star line. On her arrival lit
Liverpool everything was quiet, nil
galctlcn were nil and void, on ac
count of the King's death, bo Mrs.
Iluwog made a kcrlis of country vis
its' nniougit relatives and friends.
Shu vltltcd Mr. V. II. Humphrls at
his hcniitlful country home In York,
shire. Mr. Humphrls Is tho father
of l)r , Humphrls, nml mnJo a
lengthy visit In Honolulu ut the Mo
ana Hotel. August and September
Mrs. Hawcs spent on the 'outluont,
and visited Mrs. Alexander Isenbcrg
at bcr beautiful villa outside of Mu
nich. Mrs, Hawes saw n largo con
tingent of Honolulu folk ut tho Pas
sion I'lay at Olicrammcrg.iu. Mrs.
lsenborg and Mrs. Hawcs visited the
Italian In ken and took tho famous
trip up tho Ithluc. Mrs. Hawcs was
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Humphrls'
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during tho pionlh of October. Dur
ing her Hijomn In the Kngllsli me.
tropoltB (ieorgit Alexander, the fa
mous actor, who Is an old friend of
'Mrs. Hawes, tendered her a box for
the operatic searou In London. After
a month of social gaiety this charm
ing matron sailed October 29 from
Liverpool for New York. On tho way
overland Mrs. Hawcs visited Mrs.
Charles Wollmnn PurKo for a week
at Iitr npartniQjitij at, the, Haus,elenr,
In Troy, N. Y. ' This proved a de
lightful visit, for tho Parlies are very
prominent socially In the Hast nncl
their guest was extensively entertain
ed by their friends and relatives.
Mrs. Mllo Potter and Miss Nina Jones
entertained Mrs. Hawcs at the hotel
Potter in Santa llarbara. Mrs. Hawcs
also visited Mr, and Mrs. II. Crlggs
Holt at San Mateo, Cat. lloforo sail
ing for Honolulu sho was a guest nt
the Pala e, in San Francisco.
Muslcalo nt Mr. and Mrs. Gait's
Tho Morning Muslr, Club gavo
Schuman'H Centennial program on
Thursday evening nt tho homo of Mr.
mul Mis. Jack (lulls on Llllhn street.
This was ono of tho muslcalo treats
of tho season, and a largo mid fash
billable audience wna present. Mis.
llernlco AValbrhlgo and Mrs. Charles
llrjnnt Cooper helped Mrs. Oall re
ceive. In tho drawing room. Mrs.
Walhrldgo looked handMuno In a
black s angled net. Mrs. Oalt woro a
laco tobo over satin, Mrs. Cooper was
clad In a black net. A corsage of or
chids was worn with this Pails frock
The muslcalo took place In the din
Ingioom. At tho conclusion of tho
program, light rcfieshmcnts weru
Tho following program was ren
dered: Quartet Andante Scliera
Mrs. Ing.ills, Miss Werthmucller,
Mr. Marx, Dr. Itninus.
Life of Itohcrt Schuiuan
, Mist Hopper
Head by Mrs. Itlch.irds.
(a) Thou King Upon My Klngcr ....
(b) Ich Giollo Nlcht ,
(a) In My (lardcn
(b) Spring Song
Miss Waul. Mrs. Weight,
Violin obllgato, Mrs. Cooper.
BIb FTw nMncrucKusUmsw fc
fRfS 'itortwTiitv'iuNs. fd
Dear to the Hem Is of the Women.
DR.T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessary
Article for Particular Women
who Desire lo Retain a
Every womun owes It to herself and
loviU urns tu rctnln tho cliurin of yotitli
nuturo lias U'stnwcd upon her. l-'ur over
half n century tills urtklo b.ut been uaed
by actrcusca, singers ami wuinen nf
fashion. It renders the. eltln llku tho
sofliuiis of velvet leaving It clear nnd
pearly wldta und Is blRhly ilelrullo vvlien
preparing fur dally or evening attire. As
It Is a liquid and non-Kreimy preparation.
It rpmulus unnoticed. When attending
dances, balls or other entertainments. It
prevents a greasy uprxnrumn of the com
plexion caused by tho skin becoming
Gouraud's Oriental Cream cures kln
diseases and relieves Huulmrn. Itetnnves
Tan. Plmplin Ulutkhfadi. Moth Patches,
Itnuh. freckles and Vulgar Kednens.
Yellow nnd Muddy sltln, giving a delicately clear una rained complexion
which every winuun desires.
No. 10 I'or salu by Druggists and Taney Goods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York.
(b) Iitus Ulumo
Among Ihoio present were Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jack (tail, Mr. and Mrs. Moii
taguo Cooke. Mr. ami Mrs. Itlih.ird
Cooke, Miss Maijnrlo Pcl'Tson Miss
Archlo Dow, Doctor and Mrs. Charles,
llrjanl Cooper. Judgu and Mm. Sid
ney Ualloti, Mr. and Mrs. Ilcnjamln
Dodgo Mnr, Captnln and Mrs. Low,
Mr. and Mis. Hugo Jlerzer. Mr and
Mts. Wllllmn Uive, Mr. nnd Mrs. l'ur
mr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alherton,
tho Missis Atherlon, Mrs. New-comb.
Doctor Itnmiis, Mr. Cnceres, Mr.
Newcomh. Mi. Sidney Iloben, Mr. nnd
Mih. Clrirlcs Weight. Mrs. Andrew
Kuller. Mr. ricorge Knller, Mrs. Ward.
Jllss Werthmucller, the Ml'tes Ward
Mrs. Jordan, Mr. Werthmucller, Mr.
and Mrs. I). Howard Hitchcock. Miss
Peyuolds. Mrs. Ilorlon, Miss Jordan
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tlieixloio Illchards, Mm
I (J. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Illncktn.in,
Mip. Kewhy. Mr. Paike, Mr. nnd Mm.
Constable, Mlks Vera Damon, Mrs.
Ilermnii TOckc nnd others.
It would bo hard to Imagine nuv
tblng ni'iie beautiful than tho new-
huts at MIfs Power's. Kvcry woinnii
will ho Interested in theso cMinlsito,
piodtictloin nnd Miss Power will bo
very glad to show them to all 'who
eill at her pirlors In tho llobton
.Mr. iiii4l Mr-. Ilahhlll's Dinner.
The Ilnlveislty Club iiiiulo a pretty
setting for tho dinner at which Mr.
mid Mrs. Ilahbltt presided as host and
hostess Wednesday evening. This
function win given In honor of Hear
Admiral and Mrs. Corwln P. Hccs.
Tho dining tablo und club house were
adorned with Ln Franco roses and
maidenhair tern. Attractive placo
cards designated tho placo of cacti
guest. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Wlnlfted Uahbltt, Hear
Admiral nnd Mts. Corwln P. Itces,
Captain and Mrs. Wilbur, and others.
.Mrs. HcliUurd's Urldirr Parly.
Mrs. Pearson was the compliment
ed guest ut a bridge party which was
glvnn Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
IR. It. Itcldfnrd at her attractive homo
In Mamm Valley. Prizes were award
ed ut, each table mid consisted of
hand embroidered handkerchiefs.
Theso prizes wero won by Mrs. Noith
and Mrs. Lansing. Tho guest prize
wiis u hand embioldered traveling
bag and was appropriate, as Mrs.
Pcnrr.im leaves on tho Sierra for tho
mainland. Among tho guests at Wed
nesday's nlTuli- wero Mts. Pearson,
Mrs. North, Mrs. Francli McSlocker,
Mrs. Ttcdcrlck Sleoie, -Mrs. Walter
Kinoiy, Mrs. Lorrln Thurston, Mia.
James Kennedy, Mrs. .. K. Mjers,
Mrs. Theodoio l.aiii.lng,
I Blocker, .Mts. O.tt, Miss
. Stocker, und others.
Mrs. James Hough nnd two daugh
ters of Stockton, Cat., will arrive In
Kortfiltilu tho fl.Ht of the jear. Mrs.
Hough and her e'dct daughter, Mli
ln'ci, spent llvo mi uths at tho Mn
itti.i Hi 'el lint year. Tho Houghs nro
prominent Stockton pcoplo. .Mr.
Hough is a wealthy und prominent
DOINGS OF THE
THE GIFT OF GIFTS
Adtlit'onal Social on Pane 14.
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Tlio . K. Mjcrs nic the house
guetts of Mr. und M s James Ken
nedy at their nttm rive home on
Thui-Kton uvetiue. Jin Mjers has
been tho motif for mm h euteitaliiliig
dm lug her vlt.lt In Honolulu, for alio
has aln.ijH been u 101l.1l favorite and
la well-known in IbU cit. having
lived In Honolulu for a number of
Tho ileparttiro of Itcir Admiral and
Mrs. Corwln P. Hccs for tho mainland
will create u social void In society
Irclee of Honolulu The admiral and
his wife will leave Wednetda.v on the
Sierra. I'or tho pant foitulght they
have been In a whirl of gaiety and
f cl.il entertainment
Mrs. William Williamson enter
tallied Informally at luncheon Mon
day at her pretty home on Nuuaiiu
avenue. Tho seven guests were
enthusiastic "IlrlilBcrs." Illicitly
altrr tillln this Interesting game
was participated In.
Mr. and Mrs. Hind of San l'rati
ilsco nro registered at the Moan a
Hotel. It Is to hn regretted that
their visit to Honolulu vv-LI bo of
tbort duration, for Mr. Hind is In
Honolulu on business. This charm
lug couple will return to their home'
on .the Sierra, wlilih sills for the I
Co.ut on Wednesdav next.
Word has been-'ro vlveil from Mlks
Nannie Winston that she Is having a
delightful time In New York, and Is
enjoying the cold weather of the
The nuiiij' friends pf Miss Lewis.
who Is tho houre gutat of Mr and
Mrs. Chnrles Chllllngworth. will bo
delighted to hear that she did not
rail on the Wllhelmlna. 1
Mib. Wllllnm Williamson has en
tirely recovered from la grlppo nnd Is
being feted by her numerous friends,
who nro enger to entertain her, for
she lit ono of the hiost popular joung
brides of this city,
Tho beautiful Prlncc-m Kawanniia
Una will ntrlvo In Honolulu on the
Mnm-hurl.t, to spend tho Christmas
holidays with her children The
Prliiccrs will halt fiom Han Fr.in
Isco on the thirteenth of this month
It Is needless to Kay that this social
favorite will be giueted by u host of
Hugo Ilcrzcr plans an Invitational
recital of some of Jila pupils, which
will ho given tho llri-t or tho year all
tho home of Dr. nnd Mis. John Stray-)
or MiOrcvv. TI1lsvvlllJ10.11 musluir
treat, anil Is IndngnntlclpXto'd by tlio
smart set of this city.
Tho Hohcrt AtkliiEons will leayo on
Tuesday for a tiiontli'a trip to tho
Volcano House. This young rouplo
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Christmas and Jewelry arc
inseparable. The ques
tion for you to decide is
what article of jewelry is
most suitable in each case.
The fitness of the gift to
the occasion ought to be
considered. A gift ought
to be something more than
the mere presentation of
something worth about so
much. We would like to
say that our stock fur-'
nishes innumerable sugr
gesnons. All your gift
wants may be easily sup
plied from it with profit to
you and satisfaction to
Hecausc Jewelry is liked by everyone,
as we said, its "The Gift of Gifts."
', Our cases are brimful of new goods'.-
H. F. Wichman & Co.,
Limited Leading Jewelers
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will spend tlio Christmas holidays on and Mrs. Thrum and their uiins
"""' jditUghtcr will reside for a month Ut
Miwiud Mr Fraifcls Damon left l,1 'lc"''or Young Hotel.
IMdayMfyr Kauai, where they will!
sp'etiil Christmas nnd New Years vvlthj Judgu and Mrs. Sidney llallou did
tl elr ilughter and wjii-ln-lnw, Dr.l n I tecelvo on Wednesday evening of
and .Mrs. Putnam. ' (this week owing to minus lit tholr
I family. This henutirul hoinu Is
Mrs, Vlila Thrum and daughter ur. thrown open to tho llallous' filuuds
rlvcd 011 tho Slhcrln Monday. Mr. on tho llrst Wednesday nftornoon nnd' Additional Social OPI Pa(C 14
evening of each month. Invitations
tiro not issued, buHt Is generjily tin
derstooil among their friends that thu
llallous nro "at home." These? Weil-
liee'day'cvcnliig niralrs'tlro. especially
cojoaoir. lor an impromptu
program Is alwajs nrrnngod.
, rellciit miiblt Is beard.
Christmas Table Talk
'E know that you have determined to make this Christmas dinner a feast that will long dwell amof g
. the pleasantest memories. To aid you we have exacted from the markets of the world a tribute of
their best. We mention here a very few of our many helps to a successful dinner, and a visit to ourstore
will show you a hundred more. 55
PINARD BRAND CHAPON ROTI LA GELEE (ROAST
CAPON IN JELLY); POULET ROTI A LA GELEE (ROAST
CHICKEN IN JELLY); WHOLE FRENCH QUAILS, TRUF
FLED AND STUFFED WITH FOIE GRAS.
LOUIS BRAND PATI DE FOIE GRAS IN JARS.
Curtice Brothers & Cos Mince Meat
A MINCE MEAT OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
STUFFED MUSHROOMS, PLUM PUDDING, FRUIT CAKE,
CRANBERRY SAUCE, FANCY RAISINS, BRANDIED FRUITS.
SWEET PICKLED FRUITS, CIDER SWEET ANDOILED,
LEHNHARDT'S CANDIES, AFTER DINNER MINTS. STUF
ED DATES AND FIGS, SALTED ALMONDS, PEANUTS, PE
CANS, ASSORTED NUTS.
CALEY & CO.'S ENGLISH BON-BON CRACKERS. A DECORATION FOR THE TABLE AND FUN FOR EVERY GUEST.
Fresh California Fruits and
Vegetables in Season.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
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