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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, NOV, 18, 1911.
LADIES' GOLF TOURNAMEM FOR
KBKN Inlriesl Is being manifest
ed hy the society women or
Honolulu orr the appro ih
lug ladles golr Ion natn-nt
that Is schedule I for mxt
week. The inateli will he a
handicap notch pliy t lurnanicnt nn I
a handsome silver loving mp icccnt
ly presented to the cluh hy Miss Wll
hclinlnn Tenney will he plnjcd for.
This will ho an op"ii tournaniciit, nnv
women Interested In this sport will he
welcomed to play. An o'llrancu fee nl
fifty cents will he (hirgcd, the first
play Is In start m Wednesday morn
ing, Noveniher the 22ml, Any one
wishing to enter tho tournament mint
he at the Country Club on Wednesday
heforo nlno o'clock, In order to nuke
their entry, nlthoiigh they need not
play on that day, lint can play ilu-lng
the week. This Is tho second tnuriri
incut Riven under tho auspices of tin
Ladles' (lof Clnh. The captain, Mrs.
0. MontaRiio Cooko has. hcen u ircmlt
IIiir In her oltorlu to innKo tlio up
liroachliiR event n success It wis
mainly duo to the great interest tln.t
i-lio dlsdnycd In tho last tournament,
that It was such an unprecedented
success. A luncheon will ho scried
at tho Oahu Country Oliili on Wed
nesday afternoon for tho players and
spectators anyone desiring to lunch
at tho cluh must telephone, tho stow
nnl, liefoio Tuesday evening, ) re
Forvatlons can he made Fifty ccnti
will ho charged for tiffin. Among tho
golfcis who participated In tho hit
tournament wcro Mlm .lesslo Kenne
dy, Jllss Tennoy, Mis. Hernlro Will
hrlilRO, Mrs. C. MoutaRtio Co ike, Mrs.
Klchard hers Mrs. Sniiihgitc, Mrs.
(IcorRo I'ottor, Mrs. E. W. Sutton,
Miss Ilornlco llnrtwell, Mrs. M. Phi
lips, Miss Helen AchlKcs, Mrs. GUI,
ttmtldrr A MrU
tostylt tndiiPtniaWt to
tki Pianola onJ t kavf
indicated My inUrfft
tatton of tttfrnl compoiU
liont with great interest
. J, PADERCWSKt
"The M 'ftrost)lt places
th Pianola beyond all
compttttues. It it ill hi
my pleasurt to mark
many rolls from my tep
ettotrt vhen rttjrn to
my home in lUrlm'
"Tki Xtttroityh it tf
, txtracrdtnary interest.
kavt Xlttrostylti some cf
my ovn eompositiont,
eni owners oflh rfanolo
tan itrcr f4y them at
cording to the interfre
tttiois I hare indicated,
SIR LDYAM , ,
TIIK only pirres you can play well, on
any Plauer-jiiana yon may buy, nro tlio
pieces tiint you know. There nmy be
ten of these twenty, perhaps even fifty.
Hut nftcr these, what? What of the thou
sands of other compositions-that you da not
know eontpositions that you cannot by any
possibility play well until you do know them?
There urc j'ust two ways by which you can
The ONLY Player
Whf n you purrhiur the Pianola hnno, you virtually
lircnmc the munic pupil not only of I'ailervwaLI, llaurr,
uon!, Di. Hliharil Stra'un, Mnt1iowkl and scorra
of other worlil-famoai mulcian, but of popular com
posrrt and musjeians like Chumlnudc, Souia, etc.,
Thue have all marled tlirirlndivlilunllntrrprctatlnni
on llanola muilc-rolh, In tho form of Ihe ttd, Jrtro
Ityle interpretation line.
Thin line trathrt you Ihe mutc If John It to yoa
btltcr than tbe imtnt romUlan coul.l teicli pu is
y ollirr oy. It makct j oil lamllUr Ith practically
every ptwe o! roulc etcr compoM. Not ten or
twenty piece, but actually rtouifliJi of pletel.
llnlrm you would sacrifice the one feature that will
make n Mayer-piano enjoyable to you. look for the
Metrottyle anil the rra Uetrattyle. interpretation line,
when joii make yW aelection of an instrument.
Pricea and Terma
juade on other pianos In
Hear the new Victor Victrolas
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
WILL BE FEATURE
Mrs. Ilanchorg, Miss Muriel llownlt,
Miss Itenllng Mrs. neorgo Carter
Miss Allco Cooko ami others. It Is
Imped that tho
will play during
the coming tourna-
DMIngiiMii'd Illicit Knlcrtal I.
Mujnr-dcnoral and Mrs. Aitithr
Murray hno hcen etitcrtulned enn
tlnu.illy slnro their airival In town.
Thn Central and his party are stop
ping alt he Minimi Hotel, whore they
will reside until the fourth of Decern-
tlPI. ti'nlltiii'ln,- la oil,, t.lnt- fr,,,., llm
San Francisco Chronicle i ginnery Mucoinii nro giving it series cii wiin uiiiuon nncn ceiiier-iiere, cm
Mrs. Arthur Murray wlli accompany ' ol ll"'r eotnpllmcntnry to Major- hroldoicd In dr.ig.ins. Mrs. Wohl, of
(lenrral Murrny to Honolulu, whero G1""'1'1 Hn,i Mr8- Murray. Tho Initial tin; Navy who was a guest or honor
tho latter will irn nn notour nf' Insure- 'Hnnor Is to ho given this evening, for tho dny, won tho second prlz". a
thin Miss Sadie nnd Miss Cnrollno " ' -- '" " "
m in i.i i . oiul dinner, that will take place nt
at Foil Monroe, Virginia, until tho re-'
turn of their parents In December.
The family will tako possession of
their home at Foil Mason befoio tho
The following announcement lias
Mr Nortuan (Slffurd Campion
Miss Jcsslo Mntirco lllrd
S.itimhiy, tho fourth or November
One thousand nine hundred and
eleven. In tlio City of Honolulu,
Una, Teriltiiry of Hawaii.
.Miss (J race Holier! son's
Thursday Miss tlraco
lir8ijed over ono of tho mot dulntl-
ly nppolntcil Innchrona of the senson.
The decorntloiiH were carried out In
Krnpea. The beautiful centerplpce,
composed ,of ii large, haml-palnted
Look for This Line
learn these 'unfamiliar pieces, nnd piny I!iin .
with proper expression.
Ono way is to have n musician perionnlly
teach you the expression of each indhidual
Tho other way Is to buy tho one Plnycr
pinno thnt has fie 3rjro.t,io and the music
rills innrkctl witli the red Metrottyle interpre
tation line. This instrument is
- piano which tcachci you the muilc while you play it
Jtrcognitlon of the Pianola Mano'a aluolute pre-eminence
aniiing instruments of its type ii world-wide. It
Ii confin"d to no one country or clan. In England,
(irrmany, France, Amfralia, the leading muaiiiana, thn
Union, the cultured clacj, give unanlmoui preference
to this fiiiiinut MayiT-plvno.
The Mrtroityle, vital m It It "tndtiprntabte to
the riayer.piano" at Vitdirevihi aai U but omi
of the many vuperlorittn of the Pianola Piano.
No other Mayer-piano has so perfect, ao rcipontlvo
an action. No other hi) aurh complete eiproiion
control ilue to original and patented feature like the
Thcmodiit, the (irudu.itcd Accompaniment and the
Sustaining l'cdil Device. No other Is ao durable.
And no other olfera the purchaser io superb a selection
of piano-fortes, ns those combined with the Pianola, to
make the 1'i.mol.t Piano.
There arc but five genuine Pianola Pianos. These are
Pianola Pianos cost from 1W upwards. A liberal nllownnre will he
exchange and monthly term to suit your convenience may be arranged
on silver Btntidnrd, was tilled with
'frull, consisting nf different miiIcIIcr
of grapes, Tliu placo cards wcro
hnnd-pultilod, having been especially
designed tiy the young hostess. Tlio
left hand corner of the card was
adorncil with u spray nf crape,1
through tho center of tho card waa
thn namo of the guest, Inscribed In
gold, Tho service of glass and china
ware was ornamented with grapes,
The entire cnmlilnallon produced n
siiiniiing cueci. Among miss uracc
ltolicrtson's guests woro Mrs. Nelson
ll.iker Lansing, Mrs. Ilruco Cart
wright .li , Mrs CJoorgo Wallaco, Mrs.
.lames Dougherty, Miss Killth Wil
liams, Mb a I Men North anil Miss
(Iriiernl and ,Mr.
Mnrnmli In Kntrr.
and Mrs. Mnnt-
November tho twenty-second.
Liinrliciiii ut I'iniiilry Chili l'.
The luncheon parly that was to
have been given hy Mrs. I.. Tonney
Peck has been indefinitely postponed,
nwlng to tho Illness of Mrs. S. N.
Castle, who was to lint a been one of
tho guests of honor.
Dancing Party at Country Club.
Society is on tho "nnl vltc oter
tlio dancing party that Is to ho given '
oy .Mr, nun .irs. miihuiy dcuki-ii'i uf
(ho Oahu Country Cluh on tho even-,
Jlng of November, tho twenty-ll'lli
,1.1k m ntMuiinui, "" i"-"w-H-"iinR ,mm fronts ,W(i iinw Pimnhlnc
La irliiMiii. Tlio party Is plannoil In honor of MIph r,m maHc8 of golden rhryHunthe
l(iibir Hon wilhclmlnn Tenney, the Invitational IIUims ,ato th,R Hftorm,on nt InRu-
Ht will not excrod n luinil-cd. Tho
countrv Club In nn Ideal place for en-
tcrtalnlnK. the breczen from tln N
nm PaI )nako t deURhtful nnd co-jI.
"Of all te ttano play
4ng devices rkt(h hat
kecrd, t if lUanvla tt iht
cnty ona deserting of
from th musical utwtd,
A Part from tha faultless
technlq.ii and almost hu
mantjtthuhlih the in
strument has, it is eqdip
fed xeitk an invention
Vhith is ef ejuat, if no
greiter important that
it l'i Stt'rostyte, which
gives the player 4 l'
end eittfntith guid
to th proper interpre
tation rf a composition,"
Utther in the iror,
vknst pupils inrtvi't
tttfftf and biker mW
AND STUYVESANT PIANOLA PIANOS
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING
1020 and 1022 FORT STREET
Mli Ruth Anderson's Thimble Party,
Miss Itiith Atiilcriuin pulcrtalnoil ;i
cntorlo p her girl friends liiforiniill
nl ton, Friday iif.crnnoii, Tito guests
brought their Christian sewing ami
n delightful nltornoon was hiciiI
Anions those .vhti enood the Infnr-
mill affair were Miss Itiith Ho er, Ml s
.Myrtle Schumann, Miss Tltclm.i Mur
phy, Miss Mnrtha McChcmey, Miss
Helen t'pnHlng, Miss II met Ilitckland,
Miss Fnnnlo lloogs Miss Itoalo Her-
Unlted Service Bridge Club.
The United Service llrhlgo Cluh met
nt tho Colonial Hotel Mondav after
noon nml Miss Ivnthorlno Stephens
was the hostess. The rlrcs of ImtH
jcmhioldcied center-pieces and ilrawn
work ilollles were ojicoptlir nry pret
ty. Mrs. Clllton Carroll drier wis
tho highest hrldgor Olid was prcenl-
half doren drawn work dollies. Mr.i.
.lohii Stuart Jchnson of Fort linger,
won tlio heart prirc, which was n fac
simile of the second bridge prize.
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Here. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. Itoy Ilr.iilley Wheeler
of Los Angeles, California, arrived on
tho Mongolia Monday and are donil-
died at the Scnsldo I Intel In one or
tho attractive cottages there The
following clipping from tho P.is.iilcun
.News will ho of Intel it to their
friends hero nnd thoso whom Dr. nnd
Mrs. Hurilcttc know when they visited
hero last year: .
(Hinting rnys of the setting sun
dimly Illuminated re-
rIH(iH fftll In ulnnllnrr rnuu tinrnaa!
pll ,.,. lr,.,i h,.i,.i .,..'...
, ,, from. ,, . . .....,.,
dena I'rcHhylcrlnn Church when thn
aolcinn woriU were spoken which
united In mnrrlnge Miss Helen Angc-
llnn Stourjhton, dmiKhter of Mr, nnd
Mrn. JumcH ICaston Melville StoiiKh-1
ton of MiiRiinlla incnuo, nnd Hoy
llrudlcy Whcclsr, ann of Mm. Robert
, J. Hurilcttc, of "Siinii)crext." j
Tho ceremony whh jierfonncd by
i Dr. Ilobcit .1. Iliinletle, iiKslnlcd by
"tho llcv. Itobort Krceiimn, In tho
presence of Kcvcrnl hundred Invited
KticntH, und aa ii prelude Mrs. Willis
N. Tiffany hiiiir "llolovcd Tla Mom,"
"Sweotheiirt," "O, I'romleu ,Mo" and
"Cull .Mo Thlnu Own."
In tho half Unfit whir'i wna used
to einphualze tho minuet rIoiv thn
floral decorations showed upproprl-
I uto tones of sunset pink' and yellow.
1 Colden chryniithcniuniH worn bunked
iiliout the choir rail, and tho waits
i wetn hnlf coucenled by Riant pnlms
which formed a biicriRround for
musses of colden rhrysiinthciiiiiiiiii.
At each pew a sheaf of these long
stemmed blossoms In pink wero fiiBt-
i ened with jellow (ulle, and ;reut
hhiiRcy yellow chryhiinthcniums wcio
i set In moss balls In window einhrns
I ures und elsewhere, preheating n
I charming effect.
At half after four to the strains of
the UihciiRrlu wedding march given1
on tho orgnu by M. T. Miiboii the
bridal party entered thn church.
J Tho ushers, James Pago and William
I Kay Crawford; Itobort Skolley and
Clinton Judy; liny Nnst7ger and Leigh
(iii)cr; wnru followed by tho brides
maids who canii) In slnglo tile, Miss
Ortrudn Caunt leading, rlhu was
followed by Miss Ktsa West, Miss
Vivien ('aunt und Miss l.ucy Clark
Kach nf these maids was bewitch-
Ingly gowned In yellow satin veiled
In minuet pink chiffon and each car
ried n sheaf Jif yellow chrysanthe
mums tied with lihhnn In sunset pink
nnd bound about I.er hnlr was a chap
let of dull gold fastened with a bird
of paradise. Tliu matron of honor,
who enme next, Mrs. Henry Owen
Kversole, woro a Worth gown of )nl-
low with siiRKcstlotis of sunset pink
and carried a sheaf nf pink chrysan
themums tied with pink,
Thn hrldo entored leaning on hor
father's arm and wus a radiant vision
of loveliness. Hor gown of Ivory
white sutln was veiled In Vcnlse lace
und embroidered with pearls. As tin
ornament sho woro a diamond and
pearl necklace, tho gift of the groom.
Her tulle veil was caught with lilies
of tlio valley and a sprny of orange
blossoms and her bouquet was un ex
quisite thing mndo nf a shower of
white orchids nud lilies of the valley
with iiiuldenhalr ferns. Tho groom,
with his bobt limn, Dr. Henry Owen
Kversole. nwulted tho bride and her
attendants nt tho iiltur, whero tlm
ushers wero grouped and the brief
ceremony was Impressivoly per
formed. After tho chinch rites tho bridal
party was entertained ut tho homo nf
the bilde's parents In Magnolia ave
nue, whero n wedding supper wns
served Tho dining room whs charm-'
Ingly decorated In quantities of white
chrysanthemums nnd In the center of
Ihe bride's table wns a bnsket of gold
llllcd with these blossoms. The place
lards wcro hand painted cuplds tied
In fetching bows of yellow satin
which were tclalned as wedding tu
tors. Iloxes of wedding cako with
the monogram In gold of tho hrldo
and groom weie distributed. Tho
bridal party wns seated in tho flower
decked dining loom and n very few
relatives and most Intimate friends
of tho respective families .were seated
at small tables In the library adjoin-
Later this evening Mr. nnd Mrs,
Wheeler will start upon their wed
iIIiir Journey to be away two months.
They rii llrst to San Frnnrl'cii and
on to Honolulu. They will lm ut
home after Fchruai) 1st at OS!i Anl-j
inoro atomic, l.os ,ngoics, wnere
they will occupy tho beautiful new
home built for them nnd given to
tlieni hy the groom's mothei, Mrs J
Hubert J. Iliinletle, mid rurnlshnlj
comnlctely by the parents of the!
The bride's going away gown Is n
tailor made diet lot In gray and white
check, the bodice being old rose veiled
In gray, anil with It she will wear n
gray licav'cr hat trimmed with shades
ol coral anil old rose.
Tho church decorations which were
unusually artistic and carried out ef
fectively tho Idea of roIiIcii chrys
anthemum wedding at Miiuct wcro
dono hy Clilsholin mid the hoiiso
which was beautifully decoraled for
tho small. Informal reception was done
hy Mis. John IMwIn Scott, a friend
and neighbor of tlio bride, who took
lender pleasure In performing this
chat iiiIiib Kcrvlte.
Morning Mulc Cluh.
A musical affair or this week that
ittlrnrtod an audlenie of sorlct folk
was the meeting of thn "Morning Mu
sic Cluh" nt Knwalalno Henilinry,
Wednesilny iiioriillig. Tills club com
..iun.. ii. n t.ut iittniii lii tlitu fttv. and
lirvn ,.. ,.". ....... - .
' ,!. ...n.t.linra intlkn lwltlllrallle IlllltCS
i-es-thls week's nrfalr was strictly In-
vltiitlonnl, tho largo music h ill thai
bas a seating cipaclty for several linn-
,re, wnH nilctl wllh an appreciative
audience, Tho meeting wn to cpIj-
)rllt tc ,Hjt Ccntennlil. Follow-
.. iK .i10 ...,,., i,t wg iciiilctcil:
mnipsodlo llongrolso No. 2 i
M1 ,, Tcnov oCic. Mrs. Wcstervolt
',..imr1.vani I.trzt (a hloRratihlc.il
Mrs. Fr.-uik Athcrton
t. iiSslcnol No 1
.... r ..!.
Tho Spinning Son fiou, The Flying
Mrs. Kenneth Panics
a. In l.nves DellKht
b. Thou nrt like unto n Flower...
Mlfs r.thel Kalrweather
Die Cnomenielgii (The Dance of tho
Look Now to Your Dining Room
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TABLES that the market affords at the price,
Over 30 patterns to select from, in square and round tops, 12 In. to 60 in. in
diameter, and lengths up to 10 ft,, in Golden Oak, Fumod Oak, Early English,
and Mahogany, priced from $7,00 to $125.00,
SOLID. OAK PEDESTAL TABLE, 42 in, round top, extends 6 ft,, has non
dividing Pedestal, finish Golden Oak, a $15.00 value, that we arc offering at the
extromely low price of $12.00.
WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
I'olminlsc No '2
Mlm IMIth Jonen
Tnesdity ovonpig. Miss M irt John
son entertnlncd at the (' d'ml'il lloll
III honor of Mr. Krntintli Itiirnes, who
won Hie Mmoi Tennis cti.imploshlp
Monday ovcnlng. lied haded candles
provided Ihe artificial light and the
daintily appointed table win tipnme.l
with led polusctlas nnd hrnn I sitln
llhtion In tho same rhade. After din-
i.er tho liostess mm nor gnosis tim-
thn Itljou theatre. Atn-iiig
those piesciit wcin Miss Mnrv .loliii
son. Ml. mil Mrs. Kenneth Hires
Dr. anil Mrs. Johnstone of Fort Shat
ter, and their house guest. Mhs Mar
jorlc Allen, anil Mr. Km In.
Hcrcplliin al hlliiliann Arl League,
Th following Invitations have been
The Kilohnnii Art Irf-ague In
vites j on and our friends to n
reception for Miss Kveljn Almond
Wltbrow, Thursday evening, No
vember Ihe twent)-thlrd ut 8
Kltohmia Art league
Plrlorlnl Circle at Home
Thursday evening. Nut ember 2:1, I!I1
at S o'clock.
First Night View of the
Annual Fall IMilhlt.
Mr. Percy Doterlll was giien a sur
price stag dinner at the Colonial hotel
Sunday night hy Mr. Lyall. Thn party
met on thn front laiial, mid ut half
after six marched In a body Into Mr
Deverlll's room. Later the party ad
journed to the dining room, wheie it
delicious repast was served. In the
center of the table was a cnnter-plece
of linen embroidered 111 yellow. Ovor
the surruco or the tnlilo wcro scat
tered loosely purple violets. The din
ner tat ois wore hoiitcnnlorcs of vio
lets In the same shade. At each
place was nn Mima let, that was worn
during the evening. After dinner an
Impinmptu inimical evening was en
Jo) oil. Aiming those present worn the
guests of honor, Mr. Hdwanl Dnverlll,
Mr. Jack (liiard, Mr. Herbert Dowsetl.
Mr. Ilobcit Sinclair, Mr. William
Coney, Mr. Ted Cooper. Mr. I.yall.
Mrs. Webb of the IT. S. Navy ar
rived on the Sierra and was a guest
at tlio Hotel Coiirtland until tho
transport Thonins sailed Wednesday
afternoon. Doctor Webb has been
stationed at Mare Inland, but recently
letelvcd orders for Cnvite, where lie
will he head of the navy hospital.
Mia. Webb Intended to accompany
her hiishnnd on the transport, hut
FURNITURE OF QUALITY
Came from HoppV
Means Good Furniture
Tr?f ' 4 -
tlm ship was so ciowded that sho was
I (impelled to ionic bs far in Hono
lulu on n HnT As h number of offl
rets wero detailed to Honolulu, tbcto
was; plenty of loom from hero to
Manila. Mis. Webb found her stHy
In the inlands very pleasant, the
women of the service took her motor
Iiik, nnd showed her Innumerable at
tentions. Sunday evening Captain and
Mrs. Arthur Matlx entertained Infor
miilly at dinner III her honor, itml'
Miimbiv nllernoon she was a guest ,
of the Service llildge Club. ftj
Mis Jaeger und Mis. T IMgar Holies
Itisnn, who have been stopping ut Mrs!
Sam Allen's place on Alnkea street,,
l oturncd Monday to their home on
I'uiiahoii incline and King street.,
Mrs. Allen, utter a lengthy stny In
Ciillfortihi, ictiirned the llrst of the
week on thn Mongolia Her many,
friends will bo glad to hacr that sho"
Is much Improved In health
Mrs Henry O I'fiimiuci, Miss Do- .
loth) l'lnmmer and Miss Tillman
weie uiM'ied with lels as they sailed
lor Calirornl.i on the stciuner Sierra
Wrtliiesiln). A number of friends
were ut the wharf to wish them a
plcnhuiit vojnge und decorate them
with flowers Miss Tillman, who Is
a Seattle gill, will visit Mrs. l'lnmmer
Tor ii month at her beautiful Oakland
I Mrs. W. W. Ninth nnd Mrs. Klwitid
lll.inchaid will have chirgo of tb'J
candy booth al the "Uasket Kcte."
They will be arslsted h jouiig girls
belonging l the Utile (urls- """'i
St. Clement's, who hao the cand li
lanry baskets and gi around tho
grounds selling It. ' 4
Mi. and Mrs. Frederick Dulght l.w
H y me recelv UK the congratulation':!
of Ibclr many friends, over the arri
val of a jimtiR son, who p.ild his rrf
spects at the liwrcy residence on
Saturday. The minis mother Ii.m
been the recipient of numerous nolo,
und dainty gifts, for hith pircnts aio
very popul.ir In Honolulu.
Tho many friends of Captain and
.Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx and Miss Kalhcr
Ino Stephens will bo pleased to .
It-til ii that they will not leave
lesldo 111 Honolulu until some tlmo
In February, when the Captain will
have ca duty, and Mrs. Marlx anil,
her niece, will probably spend tho
tprlng nnd slimmer on the Kuropo.tif
More-over, they are guaranteed In
every detail when Ceo. A. Martin,
llothrl St.. makes your clothes for
120 and up.
(Continued on Pag 14)
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