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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1311. 13 ' " ' K
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HOTEL STREET, Opp. UNION
LYRIC POET IS HERE ON
REMARKABLE TOUR OF THE WORLD
Charles Keelcr, Minslrel of Be rkeley, Lion of Hour In Hono
luluSociety lo Hear Him Read Own Poems Monday
Thn celebrated California poet.
Chillies Kecler met an enthusiastic
mill appreciative nuillpiico at the Al
exander Young Hotel hall room,
Thurjday evening, September tho'sov
cnth at 8:30 o'clock. The fashionable
assemblage Avero held "spell lioutid"
with udmlratlon, Doni the beglnlnng
nf thu program until Its clone. One
nt tilt looms :'The llnml of God" did
mil appear on tho printed program,
hat was recited by request., The pa
thoii and beauty of tho locltutlou mov
ed nearly ovcryono to ttais. It was
n stoiy of thu carthn.unko and lire.
In San I'ranclt-co. In the rendition
'rf Ida poonia, Professor Keelcr has
discloses n charming isirsoitnllty and
In one of tho most gifted men that has
visited the Islands for Home time. He
in on a tour of the world, and It Is
hoped that ho can bo prevailed upon
to ictuin to the Islands arter his
world's tour, for he can always lis
nisured of a warm and cordial wel
1'iinio In this city. Unusual Inter
est Ik being display In the recital Hint
he gives Monday evening at tho Al
exander Young Hotel. This will be
bis last public appearance In Hano
ulii ns he leaves tho nox't day for the
Orient ,. ,
Hop at Schofleld Barracks.
The off.cors and wives of the Field,
Arllllory entoetilnod Saturday ovon-j
Ins al Schofleld Ilnrracks. 'In honor:
of tho officers and wives of tho Fifth
Cavalry and Second !Bfantry.( Tho
icojuiinfal band furnished tho music,
and the artillery colors ofrcd. madn
ri mi artistic, decorations, combined
k villi palms, potted plants, flags anl
PENS, INKS, PENCILS,. ERASERS, RULERS,, SPONGES SLATES, SLATE PENCILS, SCRATCH
BOOKS, SEPARATE LEAF NOTE BOOKS AND PAPER, JOURNAL AND LEDGER PAPER, Etc.
v , 'Xl'Jl "
A. B. ARLEIGH
guldens. At inlilntRht a biirfet bii-
Ijer were served. - Tho Iuhr buffet
table was decorated with bcarlct ex
orlas, and tall silver candlo sticks,
shaded with lid shades.
Mr. and Mrs. Gurrey's Dinner.
Professor Churles Keener, who has
been the motif'1 for dinners mid lun
cheons, ever slnco his arrival In tills
city, was llio guest of honor at a
dinner that was Riven TuesJaj' ovon
Ini; by Mt. and Mrs. (Surrey nt their
artistic homo at Wall.lkl., Covers
were laid for clRht and tho tnlilo wus
handsomely dcorated In Amcrlcm
Mils Wood's Surfing Party.
One of lh most nttractlvo Rlrl Is
Miss Wool who Is sojourning with
her patents nt tho Seaside Hotel.
Miss Wood has been tho motif for
numerous entertainments slnco her
arrival In Honolulu. Friday evening
sho cn'ertalned n few friends at din
ner, Inter tho party went surflnR by
moonlight. Tho dinner was Khen In
tho private dlnluR room -of the 8a
Mile rovers wero arranged for six.
Duchess roses and smllax wero tho
moans of contributing beauty the nr
tlstlcally nrr.uiROd table. Anions
those present wore: Mr, and Mrs.
Wood Miss Holcn'Spaldlng. Mr.
Wrorin Tlmbcrl'ako andMr. Francis
Cooper.' ,' .
Major 'and Mrs. Tlmberlake'i Motor
Major and Mrs. Edward J. Tlnibor-
lake gave n luncheon mid motor party
lo Ifulelwa Mnnilny, In honor of Cap
EVERYTHING THE PUPIL NEEDS
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY I
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY
tain and Mrs. Johnson of Foit linger.
Monday was a holiday beliiR- Iihor
Day and there weie n niimlur of au-J
(omohllc mid luncheon parties at Ha
lelwa. Tho Majir's tnb'e was nr
raifEed on tho lannl, ftoilooklng Hie
sea and wn-i liainlsiniely decorato) In
sciulct. The idiico cards wore liaiil
painted, depleting mntorlug trips
t'irniiRli California, and wero exceed
ingly beautiful. Alter n delightful
outing tlio-pirty leturned to town hi
time for dinner.
Mis. C,iinnliigham arrived In town
Filday and will bo thu guest of Cap
tain and Mrs. I'utnnin until Mon lay
afternoon. Mm. Cunningham Is :i
Bleat favorite lu Uoiiolulu mil will
bo tho motif for several Informal en
tertainments. Lieutenant Cunning
ham of tho Filth Cavalry Is on a
practlca march around the. Island
They nnlved In Kwn to lay and aio
expected at Fort Shaftcr Sunday. Ma
Jor McClure Is In command of tho
Thlid Squndiou, and from all ac
counts their march ns b;cn exceed
ingly Interesting. Captain nnd Mrs
Putnam will cntcrlnlii Informally nt
('Inner, Sunday, in honor of nonten
ant and Mrs. Cunningham.
I Society Evinces Interest In Floral
Parade of 1912.
Willie sonio of Honolulu's mnnrt set
often so busy Its many pastlmos nf
bridge, Riir, tennis nnd what not.
drowsed and dreamed through tho hot
summer months Just parsed, others
busied themselves with l en and brush
In nn en leavor to inrtiay for tho
Inn"!!! of tho outsl 1c world, somo
thine In rnlnr Hint unntil lenil lk lielll-
Iiir hand to the succors of tho 1912
' Floral Parade. Designs fruni artists
and near pilnters were subniltto.l to
a comm'tteo cf H'inolulu's foremost
critics with 111" result thnuthe Moral
P.arndo Conim'tteo ntooil without .a
j pos'or for Hie short prbd of a few
'weeks whllo Foclety with Iti mn'ny
brilliant nit lovois sliiinbered still.
Tho dtslgn sclectod was from the
brush of iMr. I. 0. Iloiiilrrson, and
Is ono W!should nil feel proud of,' It
Is purel$'.tropIcal, In design p'irlry
Ing n trio of rn-u ildors Rally bo
decked with lets, riding through nn
nvenue of royal palms. Kot only Is
this young artist tho i roml poBSossnr
oi wnn; migiH 119 ciniuieii inu local
BOOKS And Supplied
hoi.nr, but ho also claims tho muchly
coverlet! ptiza (if 0110 hiiudled dul
bus, uffcied by the Hawaii Promo
tion Commit too for the best design
submitted for tho coming 1911! Floral
I.Iltle do we realise, wo of tho Isl
ands here, what tl.o Floral Parade
means to the outsider or visitor. Wo
ro abroad, wo'jjco tloral pnndes.rons
shows, carnival festivals and othor
sm-h attractions, bill wo are loath to
say that they aro any better than our
own. lloautlful nio they, wheio the
natural dower Is Riown fiom one end
of tho jc.ir to tho other f ,r the pur
kiso utouo of decorating :i tar lor ll'O
next I'lirado, but hero wheio the irit
urnl (lower knows Its '..f only while
It is In the mother c.ulh. vn havo
to ciuilend with far greater ohstjilcx,
heiire, tho ni'jro icason why we
should all lako n little Interest In our
annual Moral festival. 1'roml.tc his
it, that In tho 19J2 paradn, there will
bo more tlisiu twlco us man c.ir.i as
was seen lu our last success, and
many of this number to !. ilecurali'l
ulonc with tho natural groutli.
While the ever Rrowing isijiulntlun
looks to .Mr. Aithur Wall for a far
Rrcnter success or the ,19)2 pa,r,aie. Jf
such n thing Is unisll:o, It Is hardly
fair 10 expect that every minute de
tail ot tho pnrado should. !'(', left to
lilm. Tho Honolulu FloiuUParade lsa
a thing that stands today on n'pir
with the carnival of Nlco tho lloral
paiades of Southern California, and
the ri eater Mnrdl Oras of New Or
leans, nnd is, fast approaching thu
Mecca of Its kind. From all rnluts of
tho rIoIio do wo hear reports f pm
visitors who have spent the wlu'er
months with "us, seen our lloral par
ailes and havo long slnea wandered
off to foreign climes only to b smlt
eu with that deslio to writs to us
nnd toll us how wondoifiil wo oiic.
It Is to Ii?' hoped that tlioso who lino
In mind tho entering nf cars and
vehicles for the 1912 parade, will not
allow tho fat npprnaelilng date to
cseapo (hem, but will Intcrmlnglo tho
same with the many nrdimii duties
of tho coming hclhlay season, that
thoy may ho ready' In help along
what appears to bo to Honolulu and
Its many lovors, ono of It.) most nt
Iractlvo features. 'J ,
'Iho IIIIlciilttaBk""of sclcrttng tho
frlze-w Inner was ably handled by
Mrs. Ceorgo H. Cartor, Mrs. A. dart
ley, Mrs. W. A. Klnnoy, Mrs. Macau
loy, Mrs. W. F. Dillingham, Mis. C.
S. Hollowny and Mrs. Paul tl. Iscn
herg Mr. Dixon Noll Knlrrlnlns.
Wednesday evening Mi Dixon Nott
entertained nt an impromptu, supper
nnd automobile party, that was given'
In honor of his cousin, Miss Elizabeth
, CO., LTD.
Carter. After suppr, that was served r
nt Mr. and Mrs. CenrRn Sherman's
beautiful holing in N'liiinnu valley a
moonlight iiKit'or rldo was taken
nrutind Dlainoiid Iliad The follow
ing youi.g leopln si. 111 oil tho hoxt's
hospitality, Miss Mary von Holt, Mls
i'.llzahi'th Carter, .Miss IjIuiii Notl,
Miss ltn?iiuioiiil Kniiny, Mr Cm lor
(l.ilt, Mr Fiailcls Miquii nnd Mr Jaik
l.ti-iilciiant Mn rM.iii's liliincr.
Sunday evening, (.loitliMialil Slierl
dan of tho I'll Hi C.iValty eiiiertalui-d
nt dinner at thn Alexander Young
hotel In honor of Mrs. KihIi, wife of
Lieutenant Kofih H. 3 . Tim din
ner vyas In the nnturn of n farewell
us the guot of liipior left tun follow
lug day an the transport Slierman
Ameilcnn lleii.ty roses decorated tho
tuble, Tho'-e. present were Ueuli'iiaiu
Sheildan, Maor and Mrs', MrCluic,
Mrs. Kot-h aiiil Ca tuln nnd Mis.
JIUs Jlaiv Vnn Hull's Surfing Pari)
Tim Or.trlggir Club, nt Wnlkikl, Is'
Ruining In popularity for Foeio.y
funrtlons. Miss Maiy von Holt will 1
entertain fourteen of her friends this
nfteinoon at n Stirling party. Tho
young iM-ople will inetjfht half lifter
three at (ho club house. After several
uoiirs devoted to imiiatlc sports, such
ns surf tiding, swimming nnd surf
boarding, they will motor to the von
Holt rottage, situated opposite Kapln
lanl Park, where a delicious supper
will bit srivcd.
Miss .Inluitcii's Dinner.
MIks Mary Johnson, proprietor of
thn Hotel Colonial, entertained Tues
day evening In honor of Mr. and Mis.
CeorRO DetMey. Sir. nnd Mrs. lleck
lcy, who have rcomtly.roturned from
their honeymoon, have' t'cun the In
centive for a number of beautiful en
tcrtuluments but initio of them could
excel the dinner planned Tuesday
evening In their honor.
An unusually large number of town
pennln have enjoin) the delightful
rool air uf Walaluu litis summer and
Halelwi tia heel prnctlrallv full
over slneo the school vnrntlon began.
This week the Oscar While aro cq-
eupying tne it'n'ikn niiiigalnw; Air
Whllo Is seen dull" on tho""" links,
which ho says nru In prlmo shnpo.
Miss Mills, Mr. and Mrs. W: U
Machaye, nlra, Kennedy of Fort Shnf
ter, tho Ilnlfe'IitJ of Schofleld Bur
inclts, Mlsa CiirtllilKOMnil Mrs. Hiine
berg are among others enjoying II o
country' life nnd fine fwlmmlng nt this
resort. Tho Harry Gniys go down to
day for 11 couple of weeks 'vacation,
Sunday nnd Labor Day found ninny
motorists either Rolng by the Pall or
direct lo Ilalelwa for luncheon. Thn
house was full.
AT LOWEST PRICES
HONOLULU, T. H.
''Everybody Admirei a
il J"flBT' '
Rl-iiS " WSi"" fr""- I
oourauo uneniai bream cures r.Kin
Dlnenaes nnd relieves Sunliurn. Itemoves Tun, l'lmple, lllarklinil. Motti
Patches. Itnsh, Freckle land Vutsftr lledncss. Yellow and Muddy Skin. Rtvlng
n ilellcately clear nnd teflned tompttxlon which everv womun dealres.
No. tl For mU by Urucclsts' and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, 'Prop., 37.treat Jone Street, New York.
Mr. ami Mrs. t5eo.. It, JCartur gnveja
uotur..p.arty to Hulclwa'last Friday Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilenjiitnln Dllllnglmni;
eteuliiR for ten, In honor of 'tho and have been tho Incentive for lining
CcorRt) H.'.llrchlld of Kniial. A do- emus enteitainments that htivo bten
Ittlnus dinner vviu Fpltlally ordcted Riven by (hell legion of friends in Ho
und tho table was tastefully decorat- noltilu
ed with feathery nspifrngus vino nnd
InrRO red double hlhlsctis Inwallau
sltiKlng hoys from nrouud ilalelwa
uaiR dining dinner and fcr tho liu-
dancing nf.ervvards on the
lanal. Desld'-s tho guests' of honor,
Mr. .and Mis. Henry Dnttpn, Mrs, F,
VVV fnr.rur!nitn lr W'nrtlllll'.lntl
, ... , , ..
Ames, Mr. A. L. C Atklnifnn nnd Mr.
Wm. Until wero fie Invited guests.
Tho return trip to town across tho
plains cf Wahlawa by moonlight was
oiiiil ii till 1 ii Praia lilfi tr nml 'iiu Hi tirh nil.
jojed hV ul),
Mis, Stanley Koch, who has been
visiting her father lind mother nt
Schol'ield Ilurrucks, left Monday on
the Iraiispoit niicrmiiu to Join her hus
band, LleutennntKncli, who has leen
doing duty oti tho Mexican border.
Mrs. Koch nrovol' i social ncuulsllloii
to the"' tVBlmeutjjJpost at I.cllchun.'nfternoon,
ontcitnlnlnir ovej-yonc by tier vlvntlty
11ml nlh 'P1t(T,vniini Arniv nifi.ifin In
a striking looklnn brtinctle. was an . Mrt nnil Mis. O. W, II. King My
excellent dancer, an oxccplloually W on the Manna Kca nnd are
good feting player, and was devoted l'lnlK ' to leuve Tuesday for Vn
to, nil oittHiMloor ppoitn-ihUiig, "V'. MH- Kll, wl "t-entl the fcit
horseback was' tlic of hrr favlirltii, "''"' ," ''? t!cuno Houso, but Mi
pastimes 1 IKiii-Ib roIiir oiuu btisltiess trip am)
v i'' WfW I will. lua!;e Ills luiadntiarterH at llllj,
Mry,Frvri"'ifi and her 1 i"-"-trr.' ll,lt JVlnntiliiB to sppil llm wuk-end
Miss llclau, f-;nWtire, uturned ()'t thu Volcnnq house,'
their hi.mo nt fltlo on the Wilhelmlmil "7 " '
Thursdny. They' have ben visiting! (Continued on PaB 14)
Mrs. Joseph Ztlierlon, My. Pinks, thn
t , vjj
Indapeahablc and Delightful
I diet Hcquisile
for Fashionable Women.
A dully nocctslty for the ladles' toilet
whether ut hninu or while traveling It
lirotit-1 Hi vklii Iroin Injurious pfrecls
uf tho cMurntii, ftlvt's a wondorfulty f-
ipctlvu brtuaty 10 ui" complexion, ji 11
rft'f t nunv;rt-asv Toilet Creum nnd hji-
itlvily will .11
crowtli at lm
H 11,11 UIURV
not uius, or encouriiKo the
Mt wtifli re
linir vvnirn an nuui-ii miouia
hi whfti upteclliii; u toilet nru-
NVlien UHiichitf, bowling or oth-
exertions heat ttio skin.
it prevents a
Oouraud's Oriental Cream has hfrn
hiBlity ryroniineiuled by ploiilclani,, act
riHues. SinRers and women of tfmhlon for
overstuff iv ccnturv ami ennnot bo Mur-
rmnned when prcpurtng for Onlly or even
n tittlro. .... ,
Itaterend and Mrs. Aubrey tiullck and
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, M'"- ,ttll"r'1wf" of 0,,t?"j wl1"
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" M' iiuMii nia 'l iritl l ilf
only (lir childri'ii belonging to tho mtt
lntlng Leen invited During the itf-
amrs were played, nnd at
three-thirty a dainty repast wa'a
ten ul, nt n table ornameilted vvllh
jellovv flowers. Although the par'y
was small, only n half dozen chlldrnii
lelng preront, Rteat tas,u was dls-
plnjetl In tho ilecoratloni. Tho colo)1
schenic wai n)lov, pven the birthday,
cake wits yellow, decoiatrd with fiv'tv
lighted tandles in pin same slmdc.
Yellow ban bnns, ci)iitalnng, papei
taps, wen) found nt cacli. nhicc. and
contributed greatly tji;f)io little tots'
pleatmu for Hie 'dn'lnty headgear
was worn durlngiho remainder of the
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