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EVEMlNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1911.
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we know that we must satisfy you that
the liastman line is the one sold ex
clusively in our photographic depart
ment. This is the New model
NO. 3 FOLDING POCKET KODAK
It is absolutely up to date in construc
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Price, ? 1 7.50.
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Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
4 '.'Everything Photographic" Fort below Hotel
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Mrs. Humburg'i Luncheon.
One of tlio handsomest luncheons
ccr given In Honolulu, was the func
t foil given by Mrs. .lohnulu Ihiinbuig
sit tho Moana liolii, Mond.ij uftcr
noon. The tWont)-slx guests wore
seated .it li largo t.ililc tlml warf net
In the lingo dining loom. Two largo
Mlvor lciwls were filled with dozens
of doublo pink c inmtloiiF, the biscs
of Ihq containers wou D ttiked with
ninidcri h.ilr renin. The lloinl pieced
wore gracefully veiled with plnR tllllO;
Slic.uncrs of tho tulle, Intu twined
wllli Hinll ix, weic artistically nirntig
1.1I ovu Ilia uurfuto of tha titlilc iiintj
hundreds' of spins of nintdcii lml r
ferns nml pink carnations were scat
tered over tho snowy cloth. Quite n
vailoty of place cards wcro used, the
visit Dr. ntul Mrs John Slr.ivcr Mc
Orow, tho fatlier anil mother of Mr.
Mrs II. Iljcroft, who left Honolulu
hovcrnl months ago with n trained
were haiul-palnted, and' depleted' nurse, has Rfeatlj linpiovcd In liciltli
nt tho sanatorium at Hi. Helena, unu
COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
Mr. Alexander .1. Campbell left doro Lansing plnco nt 12"l Lunalllo
Wednesday for his Euiopcan trip, street. Mr. nnd Mrs Theodoro ln
Mis. Campbell nnd children lenvo to- sing may remain on tho other bIUo
dny for Halclwj, wheru they will of tho Island for several months. '
spend thrco or four . ccks. ,1
' I Mrs. Frank Kdwnril Thompson Is
Mr. Tnrn McCliow will nrrlv6 Mnn- not receiving until tjin flrsi week of
du on the Hlbcrii. Mr. Mcflrcw has September. Mr. and Kirn. Thompson
been , residing In l'arls for thfe past havo npartments at tho Alexander
flvo yearn. Several menths ago this Young Hotel. Later In tho season
ccmiiniiiiltj was shocked to heir of ttioy will spend two or thrco weeks
tho death of Mrs. T.iim Mrdrow. Tho on Tantalus,
young confifo n.uf b"'n m'lrrlcd hut,
A short time, nrid were plinnl(ig to Mrs. Scvcrnnco of Hllo, who ImH
PANTS FOR TWENTY CENTS
SHOES FOR TWENTY CENTS '
HATS FOR TWENTY CENTS
UMBRELLAS FOR TWENTY CENTS
CAPS FOR TWENTY CENTS
LADIES' SKIRTS FOR TWENTY CENTS
. r ASKTHE .
GREEN SHOE MAN,
, UN ALAKEA STREET, NEAR KINO...
EVERY TIME YOU TRY
,l( "tiaisy" v.,.:,
ou enjoy a treat that cdnes with tho knowing that tha butter
you are eating l absolutely pure. ,
C. Q. YEE H0i & CO.,
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srcneK of dear, old Dixie Ijnid." Dur
I Ing the entertnlnmc'it an oichcitra
composed of Hawaiian singing bnjs,
I provided excellent limbic. Mrs. llim
I hurg looked erj handsome In white
I silk and icil lice, with it Inge I1I110
plUino hat. Among her guests were:
Mrs. D V, It. Iscnborg, Mrs. Kmcsl
Kopke, MrH Sopor, Mrs. Onrdlncr
Wilder, Mrs. Honr Afong, Miss Alice
Mnrfarl me, Mlis Hertlui Kopkc, MIs
Mlna tlergcr, Miss tllancho Soper,
Mrs. T V. King Mrn McOaulcy, Mrs
T .1. King. Mrs. r. W. Mncfiirtnne.
Mrs. rail Hit Hnl, -Mm K. Kruse, Mrs.
Mnnnlo" rhllllps. Mis Theodoio r
I. insliiff, Mrs .1. Morton Illggs. Mrs
Harriet Mor, Mrs A. t'oiibtabel, Mrs.
A. Kalke, Mm. von Dimni, Mrs. C. T.
Kcknrt, Miss l.onho lllranf.
.Mrs. Ajau's HaiTiilliin l.iuiu.
A pleasant Hawaiian luau was glv
cnilnst, Thursday nt tho honin of Mis
Ayuu nt Knllhl In honpr of Mrs. C S
Holloway, who will' Icbvo shortly for
the States Tho lunii was arranged
for by 'Uio liicmbcis of tho Knwatn
lino Seminary, of which she Is pres
ident. ! Tlin liPillltlflll linnin tf fro Avm,
wns tastefully decorated for the oc
casion, and tho members of the as
sociation, all of whom nro former
students of thes cmlnnry, proved that
they liavo a thorough knowledge of
tho art of Hawaiian cookory.
Mrs. Anu was ably assisted In pre
paring tho luau by her charming
daughters, Miss Httttlo, Miss Eliza
beth anil Miss Alvlmi. Mrs. Hollo
way, (he guest of honor, wore lllma
lels, presented her by thn nlumnnc.
rho lhaii was served In n largo din
ing room appropi lately adorned with
After tho feast tho members Bang
old songs, which thoy lenrned as
pupIlK In tho seminary. Recollections
Of tho past wore brought to mind. A
largo numbor of tho former pupils of
tho seminary wcro present.
Mr. von Holt's Luncheon.
Mia Hany von Holt entertained s
hovj of young society girls, Wednes
day In honor of her dniightci. Miss
Mario von Holt, who hits recently re
turned from the East, wlicro alio has
been nttcndlng schorl. Red dahlias
mado o unique and effective decora'
tlon. Ono largo table nnd four small
cues wcro placed in thd dining 100111
to nccommod.ito tho hostess mid her
guckts, Thoso who attended this do
llghtful affair wero Miss Vein Da
mon, Miss I.aura Ntt Miss Nora
Swanzy, Miss Mnrjorlo Oilman, Miss
Ruth McChcsncy, Mits Cordelia nil
man, Miss Martha MtChosnoy. Mis)
Ilontrlco Castlo, MIsh JcbsIo Kennedy,
Mine Helen Achilles, Miss Cordelia
Oilman, Miss Muriel Hnwatt, Miss Ju
liette Athorton, Mies Laura Athorton,
Miss Daphno Dimon, Miss Elizabeth
Catter, Miss I.anz, Miss Pauline
Sehacfcr, Miss Fannlo Hoogs, MUd
Ilertlia Kopke, Miss Young and oth
Captain and Mrs. Carter's Dinner.
A coteilo of aorvlco folk were on
toitalned Wednesday evening by Cap
tain mid Mis. Clifton Caller. Tho
entiro toloi tcheinq for tho dinner
was In a dcllcato shade of pink. Thoso
who at'ended this tnloyahlo function
woio Mujor anil Mrs Camplicll, Cap
tain and Mrs. .ohn Stuart loluutoiv
Captain nnd Mrs I'litnaui and Cap
tain and Mrs. Wallace.
Halolna has become eij popular
as a "slimmer lesoit." Soveial fami
lies aro enjnjlng this dcllshtfut plico
and man) moiu mo (Manning to go
theru Inter In tho Biimmnr Mr. anil
Mrs Alhoit r, J mill and children, Miss
Hnrtwell, Mrs. I.ehua Kinney and
Miss Klnnc), Mis. Uernlro Wnlhildgi'
Miss Jordin and joung Mnstei lack
Ilottomlcy, lmvo been spciidlng tome
been tho guest of ha Ilenjamln F.
Dllllnghams for tho past fortnight,
is visiting Mrs. I'nrko, on Dirctauln
avenue. Lator Mrs. Severance - will
visit her sister, Irs. A. Oullck, In
Miss Edna Curtis is visiting Miss
Duckland. Miss Curtis will visit for
flvo or six wcckB In Honolulu Lntor
nnd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sara I'cck,
nt their Knlmuki home.
Miss McStocker of Philadelphia, the
sister of Mr. Prinrls McStockcr, Is
expected to arrive In Honolulu on tho
I.urllnc, where bho will lblt Mr. and
Mrs. McStockcr at their liumtlfu!
Major and Mrs. Kocslcr of tho riflh ie n b(J (ho rcst of er uncIo
tjavairy woio rcgiRicrtu in unj no
under Young Hotel ruebd.iy of this
Mr. nnd Mrs. .tames Wilder, Mrs.
Itnlmes of Rcrkclev aid Mr. and Mrs.
(Icrrll P, Wilder spent tho week-end
on Tantaliw In Iho .l.imlo Wlldors'
artistic home Tho pirty turned to ,,; Lllnal gllPct
Inuxi Mnnilnv ' ...
Mrs. Mitchell, wife of Dr. Mitchell,
Mr. Robert Cation U cntcitnlnlng ntj )s v8t,iK 10r sister-in-law, Mrs. W.
n small niitomobllo pirty today, that LucaB ,, Orccn street, while hqr
Is being given In honor of Mlbs Mnryrm8U!in(1 a on tho mainland Tim
Sehacfcr of Pa) ton, Ohio An cx-j ,lortor expected to return on tho
curslon Is being taken to the Ewi Btenmcr I.urllnc.
Mill, whore Mlfcs Schacfor will vlow
tho procc3H or making sugar. A (ricuilj Mrs. Scvcrnnco of Hllo, Hawaii, Is
of Mr. Cation's njaldlng ,i( Kwa cn- (10 RllCBt 0f jjr. nni Mrs nenjamln
tirlnlucil tho part) at luncheon, A p, Dillingham. Mrs Sovoranco will
return to Honolulu i hu m.ulu In no jionoltilu for sovcral months,
tlmo fop dltinor. lAmong Mr. Cation's,
guests nro Mlss,J.irv Schaefor, Miss , Mr( r!ny. Hn(, iwo -hlldren havo
Alice uoopcr amaust enu wcwii- i,ecn B)ci,(llng sovornl weeks wltlillio
Imperial rapid advance in trade Is due to Ita having the highest effici
ency of any gas engine In our market. Every possible precaution la taken In
the manufacture of Imperial as to best of material being used, exact, and
aiandard sizes turned out. .Be sure the name "Imperial" Is on your engine.
Coed engines are cheap at reasonable prices) cheap enjlnos are dear at any
price. Call and we will show you Imperial engines, big and small, marine
and stationary, working in Honolulu. Imperial agent for Hawaiian Islands la
HENNINO A. PETERSON, 1150 Alakea Street, P. O. Box 155, Honolulu. ,
Jack Retailors nt Knlinla.
Miss tlcrnlco Hnlstead Is visiting
tho Hocklngs nt their country homo
Miss llluJr amlMIs Louise Lucas
aro Biicndlng part of tho summer nt
their aitlstlc nnd pretty suburban1 nt Kallun,
homo at Knlliia. t Thev aro both voryj s
popuhr In Honolulu ind during the ita)n an(, MrB Arll;tr- Mar,x ,
winter months wcro extensively cntor- th s Mnrlno c hnvo bc0J v.
lalne.1 Tnoy nro icciprocainig uv, ... .. nn . vrnnels Mills
Swattty at their suburban homrrKuifc
giving vvcok-eml 'parties at their at-
Mrs Dorger nnd Miss Mlna Rorger,
who wcro residing In tho Jack Dow
sett houso while thoy woro In Euiopc,
liftvo been visiting Mrs. Lan? for scv
eial vvcoks. During the middle of 'tho
"week thoy will return to town, and
now nro tho guests of ,Mr. "and Mrs.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Sidney Elston nro
spending a portion of their honey.
Ion, foi tho past week. They motored
to this beautiful spoi'Tucsdny maul
ing, and returned' to town Krldly.
Mr. Ccrrlt Wilder Is planning to
visit oil Kauai nnd Maui during tho
month of August.
Thd Oustav Schacfers will fcpond
thn moith of August at tho F. A.
Schaofers homo on Mount Tantalus
Mlsi Iliith'' Soper returned todpy
moon In Honolulu,1 whore thoy havo j from a week's visit atJNu. whom kw
been visiting tho Robert Donds in
Manoa Valley. Tuesday tho Ehtons
sailed for K11u.1l, whoro they will visit
Dr. and Mrs. Sandow. Tho latter Is
u sister of Dr. Elston.
Mr. Ony Macfarlano, son of Mr. nn
Mrs Trcdcrlck Macfarlano, has ac
hat) been tho guest of Miss Mary
Mrs Arthur Hamilton Cathcart will
leave on tho Mongolia, August 5lh,
for an Eastern trip, Tho first stop
will bo mado nt HBrrlsburs, Pcnn ,
whom isho will visit her aunt nnu
heavy duty Marine and Stationary Gas Engines are built in San Francisco,
Cat, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 Cylinders) 4 to 230 H. P.
What's A Home Without I
Pau ka Hana I
copied n rospoiislhlo position os ns- unc0, th0 Rov. and Mrs. A. H. Pardoo,
elstatit manngcr of n pinoaiiplo In
diiBtr), on tho windward shlo of tho
Island. Mr. Mncfarlnno Is greatly
missed amongst tho' younger soclnl
Bet of Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs Nolaon Hnkcr Lansing
havo rcturticrt'froln'WntoiVore nnd aro
residing for tho present.nt the Thco-
,The Soap that has more tallow to
the bar than any imported house
hold soap. PAU KA HANA is
made in Honolulu.
Sold by Grocers
F. L. WALDRON, distributor
Stud for Our ComfUti Catahgut
Today Ma'tltd Fret
This book will givq you tho Low
est Prices of Doors, Sash, Glass,
Mouldings, Paints. Hardware,
Etc. Wo ohip alt orders promptly
and guarantee tho goods,
P. A. ROVIQ CO.
1010 Wattsra tie. KaTIU. Was.
riom thoro il Journey will bo mado
to New York' City, where Mrs. Cath
cart will spend the winter with her
blstor and brothoi -In-law, Ml, alio"
Mrs. L. Hunlngton Smith.
Mr. and Mrs,Honry Dutton will
arrlvo on Iho tenth of August, with a
party of fi lends fiom San TranclBco
Mr. and Mrs. Dutton will hi lug tliflr
largo autninohllo with thun Mrtf.
Dutton 1b a sister of Mis. Hmy Mur
farlanc. Theio nro hlx In Iho puty
and thoj havo engaged tho "Long
worth Cottage" at tho Seaside Hotel
for thrco months.
Mrs- A. J. Campbell and chlldion
aro leaving today for llalelwa whoio
they will spend the rcxt few weeks
Mr. and Mrs. rrnnk HnUtoad nnd
children nlso Madam Halitead and
Mrs. Lackland will go to Halolwa next
month foi bovcral weeks Btay.
MIbb Helen Kimball will loturii to
Honolulu on tl;o Sibeili on MnmUy
and cxpectB to Bpcnd next wlnlor nt
Haltivva with hci mother and brother,
MrB Paul R. Iscnborg entertained a
round-tho-lsland motor party on Wed
nesday, stopping nt Halolwa for lun
cheon, Her guests wero: Mrs. Mr
Onuley, her houso guest, Mis W. II
Itahhltt, Mrs. C. M. Cnoko, Jr., Mis
Kennedy and Miss Kennedy of Fort
Captain Clifton Caiter, Ciiptnln
Prank D. Edwards, Captain Wilbur
Jand others wont on a shooting party
t 1 ) t
Call and see thoili at the
Grtts Company's Office'
ALAKEA AND BERETANIA'
on tlio north side of tho Island and
each member of tho party anno homo
with 11 bagfull of doves, which thoy
distributed among theli dltforoiit
friends. Monday 11 number of In
formal "game" dlnncra wcie given
among the Service folk.
Mrs. Daniel Hand and two chil
dren, who wuru lsltlug Captain and
jMts Art Inn Marlx for thico 01 I'oui
dajs, went out to Schotleld Ilairatks
Tuesday, Ciiptnln Hand belongs to
whoro the Criirtalrr' vlir ho Btntluued.
Mr. Oliver Lailslng is upouling tho
week-end with his fathoi und mothoi,
Mr. nnd Mis. IhcOdoto Liuisliu;, nt
W11I11I10I0, where Mrs. Lunslng is
spending tho summer.
Mis. E A, Doiithclt an (limb) havo
been lBltliig Mi. und Mrs. Tuckei
on tlio ninth sldo of tho Island. ,
Mrs ABliford, artcr 11 doliglitfiil j
It with Mr J Link McC.indleas 011 tho
other sldo of tho island, icturnud to
tile riehl Artlllon. Ho anil his wlfo
are very popular and they have been , town Monday.
glyen a 1911a! welcome at Lellolum, (Continued on Page 16)