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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1911.
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(Continued from Pago 12)
Tim ince favor were small rustic
luiKkctn, tied with pink satin rlbbonii
ntul filled with pink mid white bon
bons,. M oncli place was also n mini
nturn birthday cuke, fronted In pink
mid wlillo ciiiiilliM and bearing one
liny pink tuper. Tho largo blithday
inko, llglitod by Itn one pink taper,
HrIiik from the heart of n nlnk roso-
Inn, born the iiaino of tho little host
els In silver cundlcs, while two glided
wishbones signified good luck for tho
coming ear. A lei of pink carna
tions, caught with a big bow of pink
satin, surrounded the cake, which
rested on an old silver basket which
belonged to Kntherfuo'a great-grand-mother,
who Is now In her ninety
I.lttlo plates, adorned with yellow
chickens, held cookies cut In tho form
of birds, llsli mid milmiils. Above the
tnhlc, suspended by blue and pink
ribbons, hung n miniature airship,
llllrd with mysterious looking parcels,
which ii' glun at tho cloiie of the
afternoon to the little girls as souve
nirs of thn dnv. Theso lit; to gifts
were dulls' fans of lure mid gauze,
decorated In pink ami blue (lowers.
Tor the babies who wore too young
to participate 'very deeply In tho fes
tivities, toy balloons wero given as
Mrs. Louis Warren, and Mrs., Blan
chin d nsslsted In serving afternoon
ten to the mothers of the small guests.
Among thoto present wero Mrs. J. V.
Wuldron and Frederick, Mrs. Frank
Atherton mid baby, Mrs. John I'. Krd
man and buby, Kirs. II. II. I'rntt mid
John, Mrs. Itlchnrd (losllng and baby,
Mrs, Charles Fruiter and Klchard,
Mrs, Charles Hnlser and Durham,
Mrs, Thiiim, Mrs. I-ouIh Warren, Mrs.
(llgnoux, and tho little Misses Willi
frrd Warren, Louise Krdinuii, Jean
Angus, Marguerite Uelscr, Marjorle
Atlioiton, Margaret Thrum and Alexa
The birthday which the little pnrly
telebriited was on Hiiiiilav, October
in, two days previous, and tills occa
sion was marked by tho chirstonlng
of tho baby, who wore a little dress
which was worn by her mother when
she wiis a baby mid was mudo by
little Katharine's great-grandmother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Kurrur of Pasadena,
' California. Owing to the Impromptu
airangements for the christening, no
Invitations wore extended, but n half
dozen friends of Mr. and Mrs. War
lon who called during tho afternoon
were asked to remain for tho event.
.Mrs. Fred Hush's Tlilmlilt Party.
Tho "thimble party" given Wednes
day afternoon proved n source of cn
Jujment to the doten friends that ac-
ceptL-d Mrs. Fred Hush's hospitality.
Among those presen twree Mrs. John
Dyer, Mrs. Z. K. Myers, Mrs. W. W.
North, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Hocking,
Madam Urown, Mrs. Ruymond Drown,
Miss Peterson and others.
Colonel nnil .Mrs. Hum hough's Dinner.
Tuesdny evening Colonel and Mrs.
Ituinbough entertained at dinner in
honor of their house guest. Mrs. John
j Klllcott. The host and hostess'
ciiurming quarters in Hcliofleld liar
racks wero uttractivcly decorated for
the occasion. A profusion of plumed
jcllow chrysanthemums wus used on
mo tamo, ana accessories or cande
labra with silk shades gavo tho finish
ing touch to the decorative scheme.
Covers wero laid for six, and the fol
lowing service folk were present:
Colonel and Mrs. KuiiiIioiikIi, Mrs.
John Klllcott, Majur mid Mrs. C'rulk
shank and Captain Dan Hand.
Mr. t'ockr's Slag Dinner.
Covers were laid for twelve at tho
birthday dinner that was given Thurs
day evening at the Focke homo In
N'uuanu Valley. The social event wus
In celebration of the host's birthday.
Mrs. Marker's Luncheon.
Thursday Mrs. Darker, wife of Lieu
tenant Darker of the Second Infantry,
entertained several friends infoiuially
at luncheon at her churnilng homo at
.Viislciil Treat In Store for Honolulu
Tho farewell concert to bo given
by Hugo llerer lit tho Hawaiian
OperiihoiiKo on tho evening of Novem
ber 2d will without doubt be ono of
the most artistic as woll lis popular
musical events ever given heio by
Mr. llerzer's recitals have long ago
received the seal of approval from
Honolulu music lovers, and this one,
given on a much Inrger sculo than
any heretofore, should prove a bril
liant farewell to tho popular musi
cian. Tho chorus of forty voices Is
composed of somo of the most promi
nent local singers, and the rendition
of tho church sceno from "Cuvallcrla
Itustlcana" will be u much anticipated
ovont. Tho "Pagoda of Flowers,"
which Mr. Herzer produced at :i for
mer recital, will bo repeated, but with
a much largor chorus. Mrs. Hugo
Herzer, Koynold II. McOrow and Car
los Caceres will be tho soloists In
tho recital portion of the program,
and Mrs. Alex Lindsay will assist In
the "Pagoda of Flowers" and slug the
Snntuzrn solo In tho church scene
from "Cavnlleria Itustlcana."
The opening number, a quurtet
from Liza I-ohniann's "Golden Thresh
old," will bo sung by Mrs. Hugo
Herzer, Miss Ethel Fulrweather, Mr.
A. F. Wall and Mr. deo. Drown. Thcro
nre ninny othor Interesting numbers,
particularly a Neapolitan song, to bo
sung by Itcynold McOrcw and male
double quartet. The concert Is to bo
given under distinguished patronage,
and with the artistic progiam it huge
success Is practically assured Mr.
and Mrs. Herzer will be greatly
missed in musical circles here, mil It
is hoped that their stay on the main
land Is not to he permanent.
.Mrs. Andrew Fuller's Ten.
Informality continues to be tho ver
dict far social functions. With half
n dozen cxcnptlons, tho entertain-'
mclits for the past klx weeks have
been planned with this polm of view.
Mrs. Andrew Fuller was thu hostess
at an Impromptu tea that was given
Thursday afternoon ut her home In
Nutiunu Valley. About tlility friends
wero present, and u delightful after
noon vva.) enjoyed.
Mrs. Harold Castle's Four o'Cloek
Sixteen young society women en
joyed Mrs. Harold Castle's hospitality
at a four o'clock tea. Her homo ut
Walklki was handsomely decorated
with American Ilejiity roses and
smltax. Mrs. Gustav Kchaefer nerved
the punch and the hostess presided
over the tea table Among those
present wero Mrs, Alfied Castle, Mrs.
Frank Thompson, Mrs. Cluatiiv Schne
ler. Miss, Norn Hwany, Mlsn Kdltli
Williams, Miss Alice Cooper, Miss
Kthcl Spalding, Miss llortha Kopke,
Miss L'thcl Dlshop, Miss Helen
Achilles, Miss Cation, Miss Violet
Mukee, Miss Muriel llowntt, Miss .les
sle Kennedy ami others. .
Captain and Mrs. Hii'iMns' Ten.
Captain mid Mis. litems of the
Field Artllleiy vveiu the guests of
honor ut a tea that was given a week
ngo Friday by Captain mid Mrs Hop
kins nt their homo ut Heimlich! Il.u
racks. Tho guests of honor arrived
on tho lust transport. The Captain
has been assigned to duty at I-ellcliun.
The young couple have been necoided
a cordial welcome by tho service peo
ple nt Hcholleld llarracks. At Captain '
mid Mrs. Hopkins' reception tho ar
tillery color of red formed nil effective
decoration. Hxori.is and double car
nations wero used In grciu quantities,
combined with potted maldeiilialr
ferns, Mrs, Hiimbough, wlfo of tho
commander of the artillery post,
poured the tea; .MomluiuoH Nay lor, t
Wlllyoung and Hopkins assisted In
enteitalnlng the guests. During tho
afternoon tho artillery band played
a military band adds to the pleasure.
on any gathering. About llfty guests
paid their respects between tho hours
of four and six.
Judge mid .Mrs. lloliertson's Pel Sup
One of the most elaborate soda'
futn lions given this hCiiMiu In Hono
lulu wus the pol supper that was
given by Chief Justice and Mrs Alex
ander Itobcrtson Saturday evening
Mr and Mrs. James Jaeger, who re
turned this week from California,
wero the guests of honor. The en
tire color scheme was carried out In
scarlet and green. Tho drawing room
was filled with palms nnd red axorlui
The pol supper was eerved ut seven
o'clock at a long table that was tr
ranged In the dining room The
table was completely concealed b) a
covering of thu palupalai fern, Inter
spersed with scarlet tarnations
Overhead wns nrranged n canopy uf
inalle, with electric lights, shaded In
led, placed Indiscriminately amongst
the foliage, thus producing a stunning
effect. Over each chair was found a
lei made of double carnations twined
with niallc. These sweet-scented
wreaths were worn during tho re
past. Tho place curds vveie hand
painted. Tho ones designated for the
men were ornamented with diminu
tive calabashes, garlanded with It-Is;
tho ones for the fair sex were adorned
with tl'O double hibiscus bliHmim
Tho sideboard, cabinets and buffet
worn blinked with potted maidenhair
fern nnd exnrlas. Tho repast con
sisted of tho Hawaiian delicacies of
the season. Among Judge mid Mrs
Itoberlson'H guests weto the Prince
nnd Princess Kaliiulanaole, Mr rind
Mrs. James Jaeger, Hon and Mrs.j
Hubert Shingle, Mr. and Mrs. Sayres,
Hon and Mm. Uino. Mr. and .Mrs
Uo)d, Mrs. John F.un, Mr l)olo and
Mr. Jack IIiiwhHI'h Hrldge.
Handsome (diver olive dishes e (in
stituted tho bridge prizes at the card
party Hint was glvon Thursday after
noon by Mrs. lack Dow sett Then
vveio three tables, and Mls lien 'ln)
lor was the Incentive, for thu pleasant,
gutherlng. The DnvvrettH' home mil
Puliation avenue w.ui dctoialcd with
autumn foliage and chry..itithcmums
Just before tho dainty refreshments
weio served the prizes were iiwnided
to Mesdaiues Herman Fotke, Fiedi
rick Klebahn and J. F C llugens.
win) pOhFcssoil the highest moriB.
Among the friends who -tiloyed this
entertainment were the Princess Ku
latilaliaole. Miss Den T.ilor. Mrs.
Frank Hichardson, Mrs. Helen Nisi
nan. Mrs. Alexander Campbell, Mrs
J 1' 15. llageiis, Mrs. Lang, Mrs.
Frederick Klebahn. Mrs. Herman
Focke, Miss Violet Maltee, Miss Agnes
Walker nnil others. .
Floral r.imdK I'Iiiiih. '
Director A. F. Willi of the PM2
Floral Parade niinnuncos that one of
the features of the big imgcint next
February will lie u King mid (Jiieen,
and within n short time dellnllo an
noiine fluent us to the gentleman and
lady who will bo named will be forth
coming. Tho Idea Is a now one, so far as thfl
local celebration Is concerned, but It
has proved a grrut success In cele
brations eUewIiere. Inndlng a distinct
ive touch and giving a central motive
to the entire pageant and accompany
ing festivities. i
Already tho nuto owners of the cl.yt
are getting ready tu deeoi.il their
machines, and- the display this o.ir
will bojthe most lavish ever seen here.
It is said that reveral peoplo aro al-
icud) planning on sthenic of decoi.i-
linn ttnit ulll Int..!,.. unt ll.ii, I., ill.,!
States for material
A very rashloneble audlencn filled
the Hawaiian Opera Hoiieo Tuesday
evening, the occasion being the con
cert given by Mrs Harrison under tho
uusnltes of the Honolulu Loclite of
L'lks for the bencllt of Paluinn Set-1
tlement. The stage was beautifully
dcLtiiutcd with palms and ferns. Dux
pintles filled both of the boxes and
the lower lloor was nearly filled, net
ting the Settlement a neat sum One
noticeable feature of the chorus was
Its yoiithfilluess; It was complins) of
the coining voices upon whom we will
huvo to depend for our future mus
icals, mid clear 'rue ting of the 'ieh
voices was much enjoytd. Then I1
lutrodutid to Honolulu n new plarlst,
n cu:tuied artistic acconip.inlrt, Miss
(Jenevlevj Swain, who Is a very wcl
como ui'illtloti to our musical cIilIii
Sho mid Copt. Homy lleiger alter
nated nt the piano The violin ohllga
to of Mr. W A. Uive nrtl tho llule
obi Igato of Mr. Chas. Deskv added
much to tho charm of thu enleitnln
meiit. Mrs. HarrlsonV h-Ii.s wero
well received mid the Pl'iile with its
decorated with palm sand funis. Dox
Captain and Mrs. Pratt's Dinner.
Welnesday evening Captain and
Mrs. Pratt gjvt- an elaborate dinner
at Sehoflehl Dirrncks, coiiipllm -ntaiy
to Mrs. John Klllcott, who was visit
ing nt tho leglmenliil pout. The la'g'i
ilrciilur tuhlo wns iniisfl with pink
hlgonlas and lace ferns. The li'ldgo
dinner wns enjnil liy tho ten guests,
later In the cvtulng u number of In
teresting rubbeis if bridge were close
Dildgo has proved tint- if the c'llof.
loims of diversion In society, for the,
patt week. Mlfls Moieiice lloffnian en-l
tertaliied Infotin.i ly at thlee tables.
Thin silay ufteriiiiui In honor of Mlsjj
Kthcl llltdinp. Pink an I green wero
the predominating colors In th - hand
mine dcroratlons. Hone eoliued d u-,
hie lilhhlsciii wero used on tho tea
tnliV. and through tho hostess h"iu
tlful homo, Thcro wero pilzes nt
oath table, the dainty nieinento.t were
useful i's well as orniimciit'il they
wero coal lintigern onencp I 111 llre.t
den silk. Tile li'ghest brhlgeri were
Mrs. Hide-Smith's Dinner.
Mls Clinics' 'let.
MNs .Hlll.imO Dinner.
ticuiTiil and Mrs. .M.itumh L'ulcrLilu
.Mr. Hariild Puotlc's Jtn.
MNs l.'erlruile Harding' Dinner.
.Mr-.. Hopkins' llrldge Party.
I. hut. Pine mid Lieut. iiiikIiii's Din
ner. Captain und .Mrs. ujlor lei.
Cnl. mid .Ir. ItiinihiiughN Dinner.
Mr. Forke's lllrtlnhit Purl).
Mrs. .lark Dun veil's llrldge.
Mrs. ('. Carter's Tim.
Mr. A. Ciislle's l.uiirlieoii.
('apt. mid Mrs. Pratt's Dinner.
Mrs. Il.irker's Lniiihiini.
Papir Hi tiding.
Mrs. P. Hush's Tliliulile Purtv.
Mr. F. M.irriirlmie's l.uiirhinii.
Mrs. F. Hiililrim's 'lea.
Mr. II. Cuttle's Tea.
MNs Huffman's llrldge.
Uediiesihi) llrldge Club.
MNs Sminrcj's l.uiirheou.
Judge mid .Mrs. Hiiherlvon's Pol
Judge mid Mrs. Wlillnej's Dance.
I.iilirl.iliiiiii nl at Hawaiian Hull I.
MILTON k PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especlnlty
trimmed STHCET anJ DnESS MATS.
Miss Jessie Kennedy Mlsi Kthcl
Sp tiding iiml Miss Alice C.iopor.
Among Miss Hoffman's guests wero'
Miss IClhel Dlshop. MNs Tillman of
Se.ittlo, Wash., Mrs. (lustav Selinefer,'
Mrs Lewis Oregg, Miss Marjurlo IV
Icrson, Miss Jessie Kennedy, Mlis Up
len North, MNs Kthcl Spalding, Miss
Myr.i Angus, Miss Alice Cooper, Miss
lean Angus, Miss Derlha Ko ko and
Miss Rodman of DorKoloy. i
A fow French model hnta of unusual
beauty a till ret Importation wero
received by Mlns Power nil tho Sierra I
nnd lire now on display nt her p.ulori;
in tho Dotton Dlock. I
Mrs. "Jack" lluwes expects to spend
November and December with Madame
lluwes at Sans Sonet.
HOTCL 8Th Opp. Young Cafo
ECEIVED ex S. S. Lurline, tlto lat
est styles In LINGERIE:, EVEN
ING COATS, and EMBROIDER
ED MARQUISETTES In boxei. All
kinds of novelties.
Mrs. F. Zeave
CS YOUNG BUILDING
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootoet
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
MISS WOODARDSk .'
French Model Hats' K. UYEDA
(Continued on Page 14)
Direct Importation Received by tho
1027 Nuuinu Stre.1
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
MISS POWER Ladies'
BOSTON BLOCK - FORT STREET
Did You Join The Throng?
THE BEFORE-REMOVL SALE at this Store. marks an epoch in Merchandising in Honolulu,
because every patron has been pleased with the purchase made, and the price has been "better than
light." Every article is to be sold. Particular attention is called to the tremendous values in
Wash Goods, Table Napkins and Cloths
The Wash Dresses are a revelation, for such goods have never been offered the ladies of Honolulu even in
this Store, which is known as the home of legitimate bargains.
Hosiery, Rain Coats, Children's Dresses, Ladies' Underwear, Laces and
' Embroideries are almost given away.
Opp. Catht lie Church