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r.VR.VINO IHIUXTIN, HONOt.UT.U, T. H. SATl'llDAY, ri;c 17. luo
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vlilto mill gold, Uio tlmn.i'ignc which
win dinnk In tli9 fuliiro happiness!
nuil Vtclfnrp of llio ) 111111,1 cnuplo was
fcni'il in Ilnlicmlnii glasros of whlto'
mill gold Mils carrying out llio color
rchcmo for tho wpdillng, Mrs. (Icorgo
Wallace H a Riot rnclul f.norlto In
Honolulu, although flio lias spent u
mint deal or licr Ctrl hood dajs In
(Willful iila, linylug attended school
Ihaie. Sl(i v. Ins ocry one by licr
charm of .maimer an imarfcoledneas.
, At llio steamer Hit happy jnung pjii
I iIp wcp entered with loll of Hotter."
mid showered villi ilco As Ihclr nil
, -toiiiobjlo drew up In Ilia compnnj'H
i:.ili;;.:i), nnd the new ly wedded pair
,,nljl'lilc(l, llio Ifanalfan lnnil pluyc 1
Uilii'iiKrln'D wedding match ami tho
of lliplr frlomla tnd 1111 tho wharf.
vnliiK ndlcui m tlio ) roily llttlo
, Ueamcr dcpailed, ranjliu the jnuir;
rruplo. to lliplr homo at 111111011-11,
whoro the oolitic .Mr Wnlfaco occi
pies a responsible position Ail tnr
tlstlc ten rninil Jioidk x nwaltns
Ihem, Vihlcli has been furnished com
1 lololy by tho niolhor and father of
the Initio thin being their wedding
Klft. Mahogany fnrnltiiro flgines con
splcurimly In tho fiiriilthlnga ns (ho
il.ilnty Initio hail nln)R lieon parti tl
In that hatidhoino wood an 1 cho was
fcUpn carlo blancho In tho fnrnti'lilngi
f tho new home. Tho joung cunjilo
were recipients of liiiiiicrnui 11 rid cost
ly wedding gltti-7 conrlsCnK cf cut
ghss of every description, br.niei
plctmci, llji) silver for the table, hand
Fonio lliicno, c!c,
Charity Tree. 1
Tho charily CI r'stmnrl trei Ibis
onr prninljcf to Mirp.nss (iie'tvui pro ',
Vlntin decs j;!cn bj II13 eople or
this caimtix, wlio'ii hearts have boon
large enough to think of lhoo loss
fnitiiiialo than llicmsrhcs. It would
scum aa If In thin land of lavish plen
ty oili inore unfortunate llttlo brolh
era nnil sisters wero especially bless
ed, for where en earth can one Im
aRlno or find a people so generously
disposed to tho poor which tho Sav
ior slid wo should have with 111 nl
waS. than In Honolulu. To bo sure
tho charily Xinai or mallhlnl tree. Is
not oilRlnal with 119, et wo hao and
nro still going to continue as mighty
g nd Imltntorn of Mr. and Mrs, Bry
an, who far away from their own
fireside, wlhltcd to do something to
ward tho Christinas spirit which
tliUcs 1 nrsesslnn of uso nil nt this
Rial tlmo ThU Is the third birth
day of Ih'n RCiiermts tboiiRht and like
all siirh Riiod causes, wn hope It will
eonllntio for nil tlmo Tho coiiinilUrq
In rharga nro not only receiving good
is the ideal
purity, its tonic and food properties make
it the most healthful beverage.
Now at Christmas Time when the tired
shopper, the over worked merchant and
clerk return home, a glass of cold Primo
will banish fatigue and nervousness and
irfduce restfull sleep.
And during the Holiday festivities
Primo is a necessity in the house. The
callers who drop in to wish the Compliments
of the Season, the guests at dinner, all will
appreciate and be better for a glass of
ST .jsvfo .
mfut mk .ral 1 t !r" n
zrjz'2FES?! 'rc J'A
I'he Jecr That's JJrewcdi
locbuit ihc (J.imevie
financial bEcklnir In this nmtti-r, but
tho imsllntuil pralso of nil mil In n
Ktcat help ton-aid success Uio com
mlllco drliiR hard .work Tor llio sue
cefs of this worth tharlij nro Hotel
for their nblllly In nuking n suci-n-i
of v.lrit iicrtht lindcrinke The po
Nihility at present lit Mill tho tree
will bo held In llio KycciiMic .Mnni' 1
Hioiinhi, which, of ciiiusc, will m iki
It more nllr.ictlvo to tho tourists In
our city. It will nlso show n sldo "f
vurtlljlhat Is not seen iy far away
Xiiitn Knkanko or I'linrlihnwI. l'oir
Uttle' kiddles at lenst will hn Thrill
'111 ip ns It should ho lo all children, n
day. of Joy and Rhdnrns The follow
Jim men and women will R'mlly call
for n lanitloii from yen whether tho
amount ho hrgo or small Vo want
(ho money to canio wiluntnrll) and
not solicited: Mm. W 1'icir Alr.i "
II. Dnlq. Mrs. K. Miirph) Mrs A W.
Oamphcll, .Mis, Robert Lowers Miss
Mny Damon, Mrs Church Mr fl V
Hi King. .Mr. It Mnlheson Mr las
Mcflulrc Ail) of Iho nlmic nam"d
will cnll for our doiiallon to tho
mallhlnl Xmas (rce.
Mrt. MeStocker's Card Party.
Mrs. Trancls McSlncker entortaln
oil at cards T11ps1l.1t nflernnon com
pllnicntmy to Mm. , k Mers.
IlrhlRp was Iho rhnscn Ritno for (ho
nflernnon. Trlzes conslstlns of b"au
tlfully linndmndo work bags, wore
awarded at each table Tho following
women possessed the highest spores
nnd wero nwanled theso dilnt tro
phies: Mpsilnmos Mvprs. Maxwell
l'parsen. nnd lin Wlillehoiisp The
tnlilct for plnlng were arranged on'
tho largo, spacious Iannis of this
bpnntlfiil homo. IMnk, carnations nnd
I Ink asters oriiamcnted Hip drawing
room ami vorandari combined with
pilfCil palms mil Inng'ng Inskcbs
At tho conc'iislnu or tho Kimo, dclle
Inns refreshments woro serpd
Among Ibnso who cnjnjed Mrs Mr
Slocker's bospllnllty wero Mrs 7. K
Mjcrs, Mrn .Tames Kennpil)', Mrs
I.orrln Thurslnii, .Mrs 1'cnrson Mrs
Whltilinusp. Mrs. Kmll Watorinin
Mrs I'rci'crlck Rmllb Mrs Trank
HlchnrdFOn. Mrs. Ileeker and Mrs
Aljuwoll or San Tranclfpo. Mrs. M
Philips, Xlrs nrnsnnn. Mrs ,ans
lug. Mrs Frank Hslslend Mrs. I.ncli
land, nnd Mrn. n..R, Itcldford
The L. fenrty P,eck's Velcomed
Home by a Host of Friends.
Tho I,. Tonnoy I'eekswb inroiim ing
tho most imminent society folk of
ihts city, niter n six months' trip
abroad bavo (nken up n permanent
leslduneo In Honolulu Mr nnd Mrs.
I'fck nccmnp.inled bj Ihclr oiiiib win
a tlln.l r.u.... Kn... ...1. .. .1... f ...... !
n.,,.vi 11. fill l- i Ui IV I'll lllll .lltlllfl"
Inula for rnglanC rruni Ruslatidi
Ihey Joiirnejol to Scotlnml, I'ranco,
Holland, Ilolgliini, -vlilt'iig nil tho
PiIiicITmI cities mid points r.f lutorpt
In there countries, In Ailiust they
wltncFKCd tho Passion Phy at Ober
nminergaii, where they snw a largo
contingent of Honolulu folk, which
Ililftpfl In llm iilnnf-iii-n nf ll.n frl.t l
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f,,nlnl, ll.r.. ll,,...1n.l t. 11nn..n
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Muilcalo IcsIImiI Thero tilplhrmigli
, Swltzerlnnd, Clormany. Iloliemin, Aus
iria mm limy, prntoii cnjjynble n
niimbor rf trips by motor woro taken
through tho latter country After ar'l
living In America (his charming on
l(!e Uslled relatives and ft tends In
New York and W'p,st Virginia,
Mrs Willinmrcn's BnfTtt Luncheon.
rourteon maids and Boclety m.i-
troiiB are being entertained at 11 buf
fet bridge luncheon by Mrs. Wll 1
Ham Wllllnnirnn nt her homo In Nil-'
iinmi Valley todav. Tlio' fiiuitlnii Is
, being given In honor of tho ounR
! matrons who Iiclned decorate for the
wedding of this popular joung glrl.T
InH November. I.tincheon was serv
ed nt n llowor bedecked tab 0
promptly nt 1 o'clock. Tho pin oj
curds parried cut tho nuptial Idea,
for Mrs. Vllll.inntoiils a bride nf n
montlii After I11111 lieon the guesta.
will uovoto, tlio nricrnoQii tq bililgo
whist. Among thoso who arc ac
cepting Mrs. Wllllainson's hnpltul
Ity nro Mrs,- J, Morton Itlggp, MIs.1
Irene Dickson, Mrs, Jamos Dougher
ty, Mm. J. P C l!ngen, MrB. Henry
Afong, Mrs, I'roderlik Damon Misj
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THE GIFT OF GIFTS
Christmas and Jewelry are
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 sug
gestions. All your gift
wants may be easily sup
plied from it with profit to
you and satisfaction to
thoseyou wish to remember
Because 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
Mnrgatet Mclntjro, Miss Wllllnm-i
son, Mrs. Arthur Davidson, Mis.
Harold (llffnnl, Mm. John Palmer,'
-Mih. Itlcc, Mrs. Clarcnco Crnbbo ami '
Mrs. Eice'j luncheon.
Oijn of tlo most enjojnli'o onter
tninti.niits of the week was the
bridge luncheon ghon by .Mrs. Itlcc,
Thursday afternoon, This entortaln
nient wns glvpn III honor of Mrs.
William Williamson. Pink and
grton wero tho color scheme, offec
tlvcly curled out with pink carna
tions and maiden-hnlr fern, Amonsl
tlirso prerent wero Mrs. Itlcc, Mrs.
William Wllllnmuin, Mrs, James'
Dougherty, Mm. l'rank Itlcbardson,
.Mrn. Ilerker and Mrs. Maxwell of
San l'uinclsco, Mrs. Frederick Di
111011, Mrs. Ilnrold (llffaril and Mrs.
Mr. and Mn. Hlndei Dinner.
Mr. am) Mrs. Hlndes, who havo
been guests at tho Moann Hotel, en
tortnlncil at that popular carmansary
Sunday evening In honor of Mr.
Oeorgo Dcnnlson and Mr. Chnrlea
Pond McAry. Coers wero laid for
eight. American llcauty iosos form
ed an exquisite decoration.
Mrs. James Kennrdy' Luncheon.
Mrs. James Kennedy entertained n
dozen friends at luncheon, Friday, In
honor of Mrs. Maxwcl nnd Mrs. Heck
or, nf San Francisco, who are (sit
ing Mr. anil Mrs. Frank Hlchardson,
of this city. Tlio color schemo for
this prettily arranged luncheon wan
Mr. Harry M Hepburn, manager ;
nf llio Hawaiian Electrlo Co. has been
to Knunl Inspecting tho Mcllryde Plop.
trie plan), but returned home Sunday.
During bis nb-ienco his 'wlfo has becu
visiting her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. J.
A. McCnndlOBg at (heir palatial homo
111 Nuuanii Valley.
(Additional Social on Page 12.)
To Those Who Give Christmas Presents
covered with Holly and Christ
mas Berry designs and lined
with watered paper.
All sizes and shapes.
Ready to put the present in.
Paper & Envelopes
of different grades and sizes
in exquisite boxes.
many different grades but
each an acceptable present.
FESTOONS and CHRISTMAS
BELLS, HOLLY and MIS
' TLETOE WREATHS
DECORATIONS for the
HOUSE1 and- TABLE for the
HOLIDAY TIME. '
and Christmas Cards in won
GIFTS' for your men friends.
We have any number of art
icles that -will please the men.
PICTURES for the Den, the
Boudoir and College Room.
HAWAIIAN - NEWS - COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
to secure the Christmas pack
age. Santa Claus and Holly
for tying packages.
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