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EVENIN'O nUU-nTIN', HONOU'M.', T II, SATUUDAY, DHC. 10, 1910.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
A HAPPY THOUGHT
'II go right down and buy a
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CORNER KING AND BETHEL
Panee at Mnana.
An cnjojablo da.nco was Given
Tiiesdaj ootiIlig,nt Did Moana Hotel
In honor 6f Hie' drilcers 'of the U. 8. S
llnffnto. Numerous dinner parties
word given 'prfor tp"lho dance. Kaal's
Qulnlctlo Cltili rurli'shed (he music;
nlioiit forty young people, wero pres
ent. Major Hart's Dinner.
Tuesday, Major Hart of tlio U. 9.
Army sni host nt a delightful lunch
eon, which was given at tho Moana
Hotel. Covers were arranged for six,
and tho tablo was bright with scar
let carnations and maiden linlr ferili
Tho guest cf honor were Colonol ami
Mrs I.awton, U. 8, A., who wero pa
fumgors on tlio transport Among
thoso nt tho luncheon wcro: Major
Hart, Colonel and Mrs Lawton, Mrs
Kallierlno M. Yates, I.leut. Sharp
Mr. Jack Youru't Dinner.
Wednesday 'etching, Mr. Jack
Young presided nt n 'prettily apx)nt
cd dinner, which was glcn In honor
(if his cousin, Miss Illacow. Cove is
wero arranged for fourteen nnd the
tnhlo was ornamented with pale pink
asters and lace ferns. After dinner!
the young peoplo and their diaper-1
oiio crtitHPd around the harbor In one
of tlio Young Brothers' launches. A1
numbor of the guests were qiilto mil
ideal, possessing flno voices: tho
tinkling or the mandolins and guitars
made a sweat accompaniment. Anion?
those prtsc.n wero Mrs Tucker, Miss
Annie Tuckci, Miss Bnra Ulcus, Jllm
Ahhlu Dow, Miss l!ello McCorrlston,
Miss Calllo I.ucas, Miss Illacow, Mr.
Jnck Young, Mr. Kd Hetleninm, Mr
Ilert Claik, Mr. Hob McCnrrlstoll,
Jndgo i.jmer and Mr t.irsen
Art Exhibit cf Mr. Wares at Young
Mr. Thoodoro Woron, of Bm Fran
cisco, nn artist of International re
pute opened n notable exhibition at
tho Young Hotel this week with nil.
Iriformal reception on Monday night
In about two hundred linlled guoats. '
Society as well ns loers of art ln
general wnro miirh In ovldenco at tlio (
opening recrption, anil .Mr. worea
p'ctuies were glcn tho same flatter
ing reception that they hno been ac
corded everjwhero they hao been
shown Thero wero about forty palut.
Ings on vlow, Including n number of
Hnwallnn subjects, painted when Mr.
Wore was In tho Islan Is eight jears
ago, as well as some liter studios In
Tho Wores collection Is iinloue and
ery Inteiestlng to loeil poiplo. Tho
exhibition Is under tho nnsplces of
tho Kltohann Art I.eagno, and Mr. I)
Howard Hitchcock assisted Mr. Wores
In receding tho guests. Tho exhibi
tion will bn continued for nt least
Sewing, Club at the Misses
A sowing club has been recently or
ganized by somo of tho young society
matrons and mnlds of Honolulu.
Monday they met with tho Missel
MiMtrcker nt their homo on I.unalllo
sltict. The Idea Is that each mem
ber sh'ill Inlng her fincy work and
ilewito tlio afternoon to sowing Mon
th)' meeting prmed nu onjojnula
affair Shortlv after Ihe, tho needle
work was laid nsldo. and nil hour of
chitchat was spent around tlo tea
table. Among those present wero tho
Misses McStocker, Miss Allco Coop
er, Miss Naillno Center, Miss Kallier
lno Staplicns, Miss Sura I.ucas, Mis
Hattle I.iic6s, Miss rtnslo Herbert,
Miss Dorolhj W'tuil, MIfs Inna Hal
cnt) no and Mrs. l'rcderlck Damon.
Mrs. Kli'lialm's I.unrliron.
Auloiniiblle placo cards wero used
to designate 'tlio places of tho ten
guests Saturday afternoon, when Mrs.
Proderlck Klebnhn entertained at an
elnborato luncheon, complimentary to
Mrs. J. V. C. Hugens, who has recent
ly returned from an Huropean trip
This affair wan n bridge luncheon
After the delicious mid-day tupist
tho guests devoted tho renuln.hr of
tho nften.ooil to bridge.
Captain and Mrs. Ramsey's Dinner.
Sunday, Captain and Mrs. Uaniscy,
entertained at dinner' In honor of l'n.
master Helm of the U. 8. Navy who
Is nil old friend of theirs. Cocrs
wero laid fni- eight nnd the tablo was
ornamented In violets.
WeiViesday Bridge Club.
1 ho Wednesday tlrldgo Club meet
this week with Mrs. Hstes of Kurt
cd for the guests. Tho first prize a
photograph frame was won by Mrs.
Falls. Mrs, Sheedy won tho second
prize a handsome card case. Among
tho munihern of the Club procnt Mr C Iledu.natui has puriliised
Wero Mis Kales, Mm Arthur Mnilv, tight ik-ich cf land on Judd street
Mrs ltaiu;ey. Mrs. 1 ills, Mrs Slice- and will loiiii erect a large and beatl
tly. .Mrs. Frank llnliirds, Mfs 'l
cox. Mrs riitnnm Mm Wunl. Mrs,
tlful home In Nuiianii Vnllej
Miss III ineho Super returned Sal j
iirda, fiom n three months' trip on
Maul and Hawaii, This joung society
Turner, Mrs. Smllfi and tithers
Jin.. Wiilsnn's I.uiicliton,
Mrs Kdwnrd WlltKIII WHS llOS.OSS -l-l i iiktnT umlllnr llinn ever
nt n pretty bridge tunclieon Wednes-
da. The table was massed with lo- u,rnalll Phil Sheridan Is ex
lets nnd maidenhair fern Tho place ,,cclPl, t(, rBlrn Tuesday nn tho
cards wero hiind-pnlnted nnd orna
inentcd with UolotH Among tli.iso WaslilnBtoii. D. C.
ii.'biiii wui.i oi I Bi iiinitii, ..linn iiiiiii, . .
irs. Ainxnntier uncnrisi nnwes ir,
Mrs Kmest Wdtcrhousc, Miss Ij)iiIeo
I.ucns, and others.
.Mr. mil Mrs. Afklnvin's Dinner.
Mr and Mrs Hind of San Frnnclscn
wore tho complimented guests' tit din
transport from n hurried trip to
The Fred Anguses hnvo taken up u
I erninnont lesldenro In Sacramento,
Cat., where Mr. Angus has no eptod
a responsible position.
Mrs Stmrt of San rranclscrt l.i tho
MAY WED VANDERBILT
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Iwuiu iiiu cijiuiiiiiiuiiiiMi iit'iin ill UHl
ner. when Mr and Mrs llnbert At- '0,' K"01 ,,f M, M Allc" nt
i.i.. ... i .. . ,-.. her hnmn 1(141 AlaKei Rlreet.
Kinson entertained lliursday oo
lilug Ui France r'oscs udorned tho
v SMART SET DOINGS
Miss Atinlrt Tarls teturne'd on tho
Siberia aftnr n dollghtful visit In Now trangiwt I.ogaA
Vtillf nii.l (lirniifrti tli.i IVialnni Clnlni
her homo, 11111 Alakea street,
Major Itejnolds of tho US M C.
plopped nt the Moana Hotel, whllo
tho t'.i'ffiiln was In port,
I lent Vnuglian of Fort linger wll
return In Honolulu, Monday, on tho
Ymk and through tho ttaslcrn Stne
Miss I'nrls haiv, wrjllen a book) of
Itms which liTT
Colonnl Rplinvler. ronimandant of
creating n furor In thB Flftk awalry ptict, dined Sunday
Pnj master Sharp of tho II S N,
I.leut. Adams.pf.tho U 8 Navj was
a passenger' on th. Buffalo, while that
Lieutenant and Mrs Cui)iilng)nm Mrs. Hrncst Hoss returned Frtdav
left Wednesdn an tho transport for nu tho Sierra from a visit on tho
n two monthfleavo In the States. V nialnliiTi!r ''
:raft was In port3 I.leut Adams had ,"J,;il,n K"al " ""', M,n,"1 llo,L'.''
Hiirtmonts nt thf Mtiana Hotel. lillu the U. 8, llulTalo was In l-.rl
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"Nifty ' Is tho ox'pretlon of" some;
clnssy" of others, nnd thero aro
tlio.'-c who do hot cull upon semi
slang to inuke themselves understood
to sny "pretty" und "beautiful," but
be the word expressing the thought
howeer different, till who seo tho
hollduy windows of the Clurlon ngreo
that thoy ma ory attrnctlte and
dressed Injierfect tnste Tho windows
seamed to blend, the- "thought of
Christmas mid Its' heed fur clothing
ns known In cold countries, to stilt
a tropical country nod climate Do
that us It' may, tho window contains
many n suggestion of line nnd useful
presents for men
Friday night must hac been se
lected an roclety night nt tho circus,
if one Is In Judge from tho kind or
people present In tho great white
canvas tent last night when tho per.
formnnco of the Orent American
Show began. The rowd was corn-
pored of niali of tho prominent bus
iness and society people of tho town.
There was much good tiaMred Joking
among tho throng as to their arlous
reasons for being M the circus They
nil seemed to enjoy tho rhow Im
mensely, as thoy were moro liberal
with applause than nny other night's
crowd during the week. Seating ar
rangements were made today so that
1000 more people can bo seated nt
H'h Impossible lor n mim to be
bao light' If he d66sn't think right.
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The most repiarkabLe assortment oigoo'ds suitable for the holidays ever. d.is.
played in. this city. Gome early and get the advantage of a full selection.
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HANDSOME DOLLS FROM GERMANY
AUTOMOBILES FROM FRANCE
ANIMALS FROM GERMANY CARD GAMES
FLYING MACHINES FROM AMERICA -.
TOY SOLDIERS MARBLES BALLS
GAMES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
TREE ORNAMENTS IN TINSEL
FOUR-SEATED AUTOS BICYCLES
TARGETS AND TOY PISTOLS
BERRY DISHES ICE CREAM PLATTERS
CELERY WISHES WATER CARAFFES ,
BOTTLES IN SILVER HOLDERS
OLIVE TRAYS FLOWER VASES PITCHERS
PUNCHBOWL SETS SUGAR CONTAINERS ,
These are of the Finest Cutlincj of American Glass. Designs
Are Exclusive and Eleqant
THE PRICES ARE VERY LOW
From the Orient
EMBROIDERED SILK KIMONOS
SATSUMA VASES , i CUPS AND SAUCERS
. LACQUERED BOXES FOR' GLOVES
SCREENS FRAMES IVORY, . DELICATE CHINA
SMOKING JACKETS, ETC.
BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERED! FANS
BRASSES AND COPPER, VASES, .. a
& Co., Ltd.
; Fine Wines and Liquors
ifi r i
Among our celebrated wines are:
ME0T AND CHAND0N "WHITE SEAL" CHAMPAGNE.
RHINE AND MOSELLE WINES FROM J. LANGENBACH
& SONS,, WORMS.
FRENCH CLARETS, BURGUNDIES AND SAUTERNES
FROM THE GRAND HOTEL. PARIS.
CALIFORNIA TABLE, WINES I DE TURK'S CELEBRAT-,
ED BRANDS. .
BUDWEISER BEER. SAUERBRUNNEN.
DOMESTIC CIGARS-By the Box
Such favori'c brands as
"JAMES ALLEN," "CHANCEU-Ort," ",CASWELL CLUB,"
"EL R0I TAN." . . ,
MANILA CIGARS---By the Box
A splendid assortment from the leading' factories Tn Manila
Just received a shipment of Genuine Egyptian Cigarettes,
from Cairo, in tin boxes, of 1 00 each.
, Other well known brands carried ip stock are:
EGYPTIAN DEITIES, cork-tips.TURKISH TROPHIES, cork
LA MARQUISE, cork-tips. tips.
PALL MALL, cork-tips. EGYP1IENNE STRAIGHTS,
("King's, Size" and "Nalur- cork-tins,
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