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i X EVCNINa BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H. SATURDAY. AUO. 12. 1911. 13 ' 1
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, AUO. 12. 1911
IK mi In rJ ffl e P " whr ,
.Mri. .1, .lohiKun'i I.iinrliHin.
One of tho 'iirottlost luncheons (if
tliu m-iiMin wns the nffnlr Riven by
. Mrs. John Jnhnxon ut nor homo In
M.iihmi Vnlloy In compliment to Mrs.
Norninn nnd Mrs. V, 13. Knrzler of
llprtintr-y, Cul. Tim ulitlrp color
srlicinu was In scarlet. The Icch.
wni the hostess for the nftornoon. The tel Colonial In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs.
prb.im cIiopcii liy the hostess wero llonry Dntlon. A delicious dinner
tnlnlntiirn slh'cr frame In different wns served nt n clrcliilnr tnhlo thut
sles nnd shapes. Mrs, (leorRO Dud- Wns decorated In tones of yellow,
ley (iiuhiiiii of Lolltliim and Mrs. Thosn iirescnt wero (x-(loernir unit
I'nrdefl of Fort Slmfter wero tho two Mrs. (Jeori?n H. Carter, Major nnd Mrs.
Iilnhrat hrhlgers nnd Miss Kdllh Uuotkb Potter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry
Cowles won the heart prize.
linn, mid Mrs. Onirics Hire's
1 l.nH l.An..ltr..l linmn K'n!n.
w,rl. ,.. rareu i no Ices. "...- ,, " t tm from Kuropo tmi leen tho In-
nalml hon hons and floral decorations I ll.' hanal. tho Honorable nnd C(,iUc fnr lnn mM .,,..
were in scnnei. a low Imsket tilled '" vr.s "" " H.H. yMay Jllss Helen Alexnmlnr
Macfiilane, Mrs. Ames of California,
and Mr. William ,lloth.
Miss Helen Alexander's I.iinrhonn.
Miss rordella Walker rlncn her re-
Miss SnnldliiK's l'onr OVtorh Tea
with red cnrnntlons made a beautlfnl
center piece. The placo curds wero
hand-painted, depleting scenes of
travel. At the conclusion of lunch
eon bildgo wus enjoyed for tho re
mainder of the afternoon. Anions tho
liostess KiiestB wero Mrs. Norman,
.Mm. P. K. Krailer, Mrs. Percy Morse.
Mrs. William Schmidt. Miss Lindsay,
Mrs.'H. O. Mooro and Mrs. lllake.
Mrs. furl WMrmniiV llrenkfust.
Mrs. Carl Wldemon entertained nt
n delightful breulifnst on Tmpmi1.iv
morning for her' father, Colonel l'nr-1
ker, and brother, Krncst Parker, who
returned on tiie Wllhelmlua. Those
prerent wero Prince and Princess
Kalulnaole, Mrs. Oargle, Mrs. Crnlg,
Mrs. Ilnney Murray, Mrs. Charles
, Chllllngworth. Mrs. llcrgor. Mrs. Kalk,
Air. Ilobert Shingle, Mr. Kied Shingle,
Mr. Harry Itoth and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Palmer's Dinner.
Klght covors encircled tho tablo
when Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer en
tertained ut dinner Wednesday In hon
or of Mrs. Wilcox' birthday. Palo
lavender asters ornamented tho piet
ty table, and tho placo cards wero
hand-painted and tinted In this shade.
Among those present besides tho host
and hostess were Mrs. Wilcox, Mr.
and Mrs. Shcedy, Lieutenant nnd Mrs.
Pratt anil Lieutenant Johnson.
United Sen Ice llrlilgc Hub.
The United Service Hrldgo Club held
their fortnightly meeting at tho Col
onial Hotel Monday afternoon. Tho
beautiful hotel verandas whero the
card playing took jilnco were elabor
ately and handsomely decorated. Mrs.
Arthur Marlx of the U. 8. Mailne Corp
at luncheon. The guests were seat- 011'tPrCI, , ,lcr mor Ilt ,. ,,,,,,.1,,
ed nt two clrculnr tnhlcs that wero , ii.,i,nln r,w. ,1,i ,i,i
elaborately decorated in tho trailing ,.. ' fprll rnf.ej lMa nttractlve table,
asparagus fern mid double ccrlso and TllH mKtess Is a Bkllled horticulturist
pencil blow hibiscus. This wns one mij ,cc.orntn- and 'yesterday's enter
of tho most 'elnbornto nml nrtlstlo tutnmeiit was one of the most beautl-
functlnns that has ever been given In fnl of the season. Among thuso In
tho Islands. The Charles Hices are vlted wero Miss Cordelia Walker, Mrs.
renowned for their hospitality, und Frederick Klehahn. Miss Agnes Walk
all of their entertainments nro cs- er, Mrs. Charles Wright, Mrs. Kuril
peclully cnjoynble. After luncheon , Wnterbome, Mrs. Alfred Castle, Mrs.
the entire party motored to tho beau-'John WuIiIiiki. Mrs. Frederick Water
tlful polo grounds, "Kulcln," and limine, .Miss Ml P.ity, and others,
watched tho last polo practice I ' ..,
Among the Honorable nnd Mrs. , Honorable end Mri. Eben Lows
Churles Klco's guests wero Mr. and Dancing Party.
Mrs. 'Krnncls Ony, Senntor nnd Mrs. '"' ""nornUo and Mrs. nix-n Low
Uric Alfred Knudseii, Mr. nnd Mrs. "mvn l"",,,, '"vltathnis fur u dancing
Charles Klston, Mr, nnd Mrs. Aubrey l""-'' ll"' u '" ,' "lvi,n .M'l--' "'
Hohlnson, Mrs. Charles Wilder, Miss '" aiibhhI 14. at the liomn of (iov
M..n.ir,....it. ii. ii ... ...i eriior nnd Mrs. H. II. nolo on Kinnn
.......,.......,,, ..,,., ,,,,,,,,,-.,, ,,. ,,,,, .,.,...,. ..
Mrs. Krnest ltoss, Doctor nnd Mrs.
Sidney Klston. and others.
Mrs. Arthur r'nlror.i I her's Luncheon.
stioet. Only the venturer set have been
Invited to this mwitty nrfnlr. Howrnor
nod Mrs. Dole's home Is one of tho
most notable homes of Honolulu and
l.,iu 1..,, .. Hi.. ur.,ii nC itifitiv ifimiinrntilii
Mrs. Arthur Falrweather wns thel,,,,., Iii,iim.ui,plt ,.tertnlniiieiits. The
flow, rainlillng bouse, with Its large
looms nml commodious iiinais, iiiiikch
an Ideal idncii fur entertalniiirnt, esrie
chilly dancing. It Is unneeessary to
Mate that this coming social event Is
being keenly nutlclpated.
hostess at n beautiful luncheon thut
wus given nt her homo on Klnnu
stieet. Miss Hood of Detroit, Michi
gan, and Miss Swnrtz of San Fran
cisco were the lncentlio for the af
fair. Tho color scheme wns whlto
and green, and was carried out with
lltllinllttes of daisies, lilnbtnlilirtlr fnrti
nnd tulle. Tho luncheon was In the The M'" 8oper'e Luncheon,
nature of a farewell for the two
mnutu .f li.in.if vjIi.i l.i.ii'u a.ili.l.iw
iiLPin , iiu...... ,. ..u ,v..u .JI..I....J .
for their homo on tho mainland. Af- j been the motif for ninny enterlnlit
Tho sides of tho pond were liiiikeil 1'lclnrc frames. Ituilng the pflcriition
vs. Itli mn n'll Illy pad The plnl Hie lioitfH served dellelmn lofresli-
imd whl'u lotus In thilr tnttiml II iv- H",,R. Th fu'l e iiin'rnii'nt of ilu'i
erlng beculy. wero ll"atlfg on the inonibers were p-ireni.
Rtiifjco .f the i3ol. Mlulntiiro s-.vans t
of celluloid, wero place hero and vl:a vllla Gu'--
there among the llllles and looked! " ,,.'n"f-,r "i"1 ',lin7.,W''"? V"'1fl !J
ory llfo like. The placo cards v. ere I '""; " " ',".. '"", '""
hand painted, unmo were ortninciited. m ",0 "(Mrlr' II,t f l,,,'r
with swans and others with tho lotus K"ml'1 '"", a fcvv l,l'nl rrle.i.lK.
flower. The Misses RopVs guestsi T,,c,,, 0, W"ul friy oouplos win
weie Miss lloatrleo Halt. Walker, Mrs t,,Joe'1 a ''""s'"'1;1 iHi'V w.l.eli was
Chnrles Itlce of Knunl, Mrs. Thorn-is s-rved on the-lat.al alter wlilcltdilie
V. King, Miss Kthcl .Spildlng, Miss!1"" waB """"S1''! -mill." "clock.
Dorothy Harlwell, Miss Coidelln Wnl-i m"1 "10 "c",';'f I'u "ITalr was due
' I.. tli.i uiSilf nf tlln Inillfd lili.. llll.l II
ker. Mlrs Helen Achilles, Mls Mn-y '" '"" " ' "' . ""' ' '
Cation. Mrs. fl. L. Jones eflMAngo-,1" ',,are- Am0!,! ,l,"s" l'r"sp",:
les ami Miss Honney Catton. I 'Mr3- ' '" '" 'A'"' K u l'";c0
mth. a. . vtngai, .irs. n i iuiub
Mr. und Mts. "St. John. Mr an 1 Mrs
1.- fll.,..(1i.i Mr- mil fri I.- llillnti-
iihh ...ne. aiKuiiiM ruieiiniuci ai , clllri Mr ,, MrKi K ,.,.., Mr.
Pn Informal four o clock tea, WHiim-,, Mri( v KrnoKI( Ml, ,, Mm
day afternoon Miss Ileatrleo ltaln.(, , ,-,, ,,,Ri ,,,!,.,.., MrH. Mon
Walker was the honored guest most , Mr, ,, M!l (:iiaI,er Mr.
or ll.n Invited guests weie old friends ,, Mr ,..lnnkllll( Mr nlll, lMM. i,uls
ofbers. l.ach of tho ou.ig folk had ,,,,. ( Mr ,, MrH, .-rK.dloy. Mr
been leqiiestcd to bring their fancy ,,,, Mr(li WIiiiiiI, Mm. M. Winter,
work nnd nu industrious, ns well ns n ' M,rH Dulsenhett' Sr 'Irs C Irwlu
lileasant afternoon wns spent nt tho j, ,;,, Ml ,,',; ',:," ,.r'.Pr, nt
Ldw.ird Spaldlngs , on Pm.ahou nvo- -,.,,,, Kl(lhll cinrlsworll.
nun. At four ..clock the bevy of Wl, ,,.,nrencc winter, F.lslo S.in-1
joung girls ga hercd nround tho te.i ,,., ,, ,.c,.k lUxM, Knrci.'
no,.., wuero u.u pr-ui.v young - Mo8Hrn Sllckncy. liny lMlt.m. Sclimc-
tess poured lea In a graceful ..i.mncr.j ,1(,P( rlark ,,, Nt,a(n Carnl,cll.
Mary Kchaefer of Dayton, Ohio. ,..,. ',,,,,
Mlis Annie Ward's Pol Suopcr. ! ,, ttraitltv j.,n Walker's Supper
Saturday evening. .Miss Annlo Ward I'.irlj.
entertained nt a r"' RUii;cr In bon.ir Mrs. T. llnln Walker chaperoned n
of Mr. Alnn Itobilison, who left u dozen young ieode at a moonlight
tho lolloulng Monday on the Monco-siiiiper inrty thut was given Thursday
lla lor a trip to the mulnlni.d. Tho evening by her daughter. The young
beautiful supper tablo was laden with people went to the llalrd place on
all tho Hawaiian delicacies of tho Pacific Heights, wheie a pleitle sup
si'iison. Tho color scheme wns yd- per was enjed. Ijiler the pnr.y le
low nnd green. Illma lels,' wr.i.ied turned to tuwn by' moonlight. Aiuoitg
with mnlle were found at the places those prerent were Mrs. T. Itnlu
of epch guest nn.l worn during tho Wnlker. Miss Phlnney Super. Miss
evening. Aniong Hump piesent were Mary" Catton. MlrSj i:thnl Spuldliig,
the Misses Wnrd, Mrs, Palmer W.mhIs Miss lllanchc Super. Miss It. Catton,
of Kohala. Mlfs K.llth Hwnrt. Mrs Miss Kdlth Mist, Mr. Uulril. Mr. Ut.h
llolmrl llln.l nnd tho Mlsm8 Hind of ert Cation. Mr. Tha)er, Mr. Itleburd
Knhnln. Miss I. Sopor. Mlsi Cordelia Catton, Mr. Carter and Mr. Joliu'Ciit
Walker. Mlijs Agues Cro'gMon Mrit""-
fl,.l,n.l Stlo Vt V.npb n.il.'.iu ... Sir. W Wk W
, ii. iiu. i ..i.i. ..,,. ...ii. r. ,.. im .... .....
Dear to the Heat Is of the Women.
DR.T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUT1FIER
An Indispcnsabfe and Necessary
Article for Particular IVomcn
who Desire tolclaln a
livery woman 4V It to hersolf an,1
loved ones to ret..lti tho clinrm. of youth
naturq hu bistiiwi.it upnn tier For over
half a century this nrtlclc 1ms Ix-cn upo.1
by 'actresurs, Mlngo.s nh.l v.omeii nf
rushltm. It rendrir the fkln like the
suftnifts nf velvet lnvliiK It rlftir ftmt
peutly white and U highly ilcftlralilu wtieu
pnputliiir tnr d illy or .'Vetilmc attire. As
It la u UiiilU Hint nnii'Krrnsy pri'iniratlnn.
It reamtns unnollceit. AVIipo iittrnillnic
lntici, b.ills or olhrr rntprti.lninrnt. It
prnvtnts u gretmy niiiminiui" of the com
plexion .uiiseil by the kln becoming
Couraud't Oriental Crm curM fkln
rihirnsi' and ri-lli'Vii Hunliiirn. Itemnvifs
Tun, l'lintili's IllarMieinls. Mnth I'nlrlies,
Ilnpli, I reikirs timi vuiKnr Holiness.
Tellnw nnd Muddy skin, giving a dcllontely Ucur and ruined complexion
which every wmuun ilivlres .
No. 10 Kor nln by DrugRtstaand Taney Oool3 DcaWs.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jonci Street, New York.
KI2M1 376TJ0iUSV- niwYom. ,
' , , .' ' ., , .. " ,.T''l Itotr-lnr. Clsok. U.nole, Percy Not.
en llnln Walker. Itcniipv Catton . Ka h;, ,,,.. ,nkCf TI.Mon Hoy (lllln.an
cili.n Stephens, lllaneho Cailwrlgl.l. ,. , SPpiICI,. Kleiow. Hand. I)r
Alice Cooper, niancl.e Super nn.l nl nB0. Cuitlu Sanders. Mu.lc In
Miss Ileatrlce llnln Wnlker of Hug.
In nil, who Is visiting In Honolulu, lus
ter luncheon Miss Ktliol Falrweather
was prevailed upon to sing, which
contributed luigely to tho pleasure of
Kx-nr. and Mrs. Curler's Dinner.
Kx-dovernor and Mrs. Carter en
nients slnco her arrival In this city.
None of the functions huva been mom
beautiful than tho luncheon given
Tuesday by tho Misses Sopor. Tho
nffalr was given at General Sopor's
heme on the corner of Lunnlllu and
KeenumoKit streets. Tho table was
Clarenco Waterman, Mr. Ilohlo Wal
ker. Mr. Jol.nnlo S(t c-. Mr. Hubert'
Cntlon nn.l others.
The Wednesday Bridge Club.
The .Misses McStiukers' Tea.
Tho Misses McStocker will enter
tain ut an Informal tea Monday after
noon nt their home on l.iimilllo
Ono of the chnriultig hostesses of Mrs. Geora' Pctter'a Bridge Party,
the vveoli was Mrs. W. II. Smith who Mrs. (I"irgo Putter entertained four
entertained the Welncslay llrldge tables of bridge, Wednesday nfter-
Club nt her nrllatlc lionie nt Foil n.ioii, at the llo't 1 Cn'oahl. The In
Shnftor. Mrs. Cliapinii'i, wlfo of Cap-', formal and enji)nli'c ontertnlninent
t'lln Chapman, nnd rs, Ward wife of was given In honor of Mrs. Kdwtrd
Lieut. Ward of Fort linger, wero II10 Holmes of Berkeley, Mrs. Chin les
highest brldgers. Kaeh ono of tho Hiynnt Cooper. Mrs. Jack Dowsett,
terlalned Tuesday evening ut tho Ho-' designed to represent n lotus psnd.ntmy microns wc6'' a'wnrd.M silver" Mis. Wilbur, wife of dipt Wilbur of
Port linger, and .Mrs Klvvard Holmes
won the prizes. The prizes eonsltt
ed of Oilental vases filled with long
Hemmed pink roses. Tho Colonial
Is famed lor Its cuisine tho dellclrii'
lefiohincuts wero perved at snnll ta
bles, that were dcfor.it '.I with pink
Duchess loses, nnd l-n franco roses.
The color scheme for tho nffalr was
link nnd gicen. The commodious
nnd cool lan.il, on which the tables
wero 'arranged wns decorated In l.n
Franco and Duchess roses nnd potted
Th.' filU.ttl'ng nniioiincenient has
Mr. Samuel Parker
announces the nritrlnge of I, Is daughter
Maty lleati-lro Campbell
Mr. C.corirn Ch'irles Pechley
en Tuesdey. Hip llrnt day nf August
Nlnclppn llnndred and Woven
Sa-i l'ranclsc.i California
(Spi.l.l itiitlrtlu Corrrsrionitnce. )
WAII.IIKtI. Aug. II. There wns a
raid party at tho homo of Mr. nnd
Mrs. lMinuiid Halt on Monday live
ning, the occasion being In honor of
Mrs. Alice K. Mahukii Speuoir of
Waliueu, Hawaii, and Mrs. Lizzie, 011
llhind of Wiil.umo, O.1I111. Anion';
those prcfi'tit besides the host and
hoitess and the guests of honor were
Mr nud Mm. J II. Kunewa, Mrs.
Mary Conway. Mr, Thompso"n, tho
Misses M, Hewitt, Wild, house, Kruger,
K! (llllihtnd. Mnry ll.il. Mary lloff-
man, Mr ( II. Cummlngs, Mr. and
Mrs W. i:. Hal Jr, J. Hal, 1). T.
Curcv, the Misses Hart, .Messrs. J.
II l.ovo, (5. Weight Jr., Keolu. and
1111111) others. Pedro was Indulged In
ilutrni? the earlv nnrt of tho evening
nnd lie crcim and coffee followed, lif
ter which there was vocal music by
tho young ladles present, with Miss
Hoffman as accompanist 011 the piano
nn.l Mr. Thompson on tho violin
At a few seconds past midnight and
In tho midst of tho music, Mrs. Hart
nniiiuimed that her brother. Mr. Uvc,
1 had Just reached his fortieth birth
day, and nil extended their hearty
aloha mil to Mr. Love.
Mrs. F. II Fr.izcr who has been
visiting tho Peicy Morres for tho past
I rl weeks. Is planning to return to
her home In HcT-keloy. Wednes lay. on
the WllhclinliKi. This nttractlvojoiini;
innlrrtn bus tieeti tho reelnle'lt of mini
1 nemo onll! .1 1 I. ..it I. ill u .lllr-lllir lull
vti.in r' ...i ..i ... .,'..n .....,. ..
visit In Honolulu. A portion r her
girlhood dns were spent In Hono
lulu, so she possesses many nt I
friends who have been anxlou.i to en
tprtaln her. Mrs. I'razler Is a s'slcr
of Mr. Peicy Jlorso. Her hunlriml,
C.iptnlu I'razlcr Is In romm-itnl of
eno of the l-irger Paelfle Mull stiMtn
irs. that i'y between Sin Francisco
Mid Panama, While Captain FrJzler
was taking one of these le.igthy v.y
ngrs, his rlr.iriulng youim vvlfu .l.s-ld-rd
to visit her relatives in Hawaii
(Continued on Paqe 141
A Very Remarkable Sale of (JJ?
The BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. offers Rare Values in used Pianos. We
have a large stock of Pianos taken in exchange for new instruments, as well as
Pianos that have been rented. All of these Pianos have been placed in per
fect condition, and are strongly recommended. We must move them before
September to make room for our New Fall Shipments.
This Is a Real Piano Opportunity
It is a'rare chance for most desirable bargains. The following prices will command your interest:
KROEGER WALNUT CASE-EXTRA VALUE $325.00
FISCHER 3PLENDID BARGAIN . $300.00
SINGER CABINET GRAND, Oak Case, Bargain
OAK CASE GOOD VALUE
TaT?PPQTT?AM0AK CASE' MAND0LIN attach. -i rr (r
JDHjIVVIO 1 rCUlVl MENT-IN FINE CONDITION iplJU.UU,
SINGER WALNUT "ton!0"' 8WEET
V0SE & SONS ' ARK CASE-BARGAIN $135.00
westermayer.plSck sr'S'th. $125.00
SINGER MAHOGANY CASE-LOOKS NEW $210'00
WILCOX & WHITE PLAYER ORGAN
MAHOGANY RETURNED FROM
Oak Case, sold new for $750.00, our
price with 60 Rolls of Music splen
did bargain - - $150.00
We have a few Second-Hand PIANOLAS in Black, Oak, and Mahogany Cases. Prices from $75.00 up. We are in a position to make good terms;
on these instruments if desired.
BOUDOIR COTTAGE PIANO
OAK CASE DARGAIN
This Sale starts MONDAY MORNING, Aug. 14th, nt 9 o'clock. Dou't forget tho time and place. Come in and look them over..
Fort St., Honolulu
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Ltd.,
Fort St., Honolulu,