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EVENING BULLET.IN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY,
NOV1. 25, 1911. f j- jl
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE RECEPTION
IS ONE OF SUCCESSES OF YEAR
Mi: nit exhibition ;t tlic Kilo
liana Ait Ia'hruo lms fminci?
mi Inipnilnnt part of the so
cial routine. The reception
totulored Alius Kvolyn Al-
inuinl Wlthrow Thiirmlnj
I'venlnj; vvnn :ic of tho mictpascs of
llio fo:ig()ii. Tlio Kiii'Ht of honor K
in nr.lHt of liitcrintlonal repute nnil
tho tlonoliilii i.eoplo vveru ilcllKhtoil In
Imvo llio opportunity of moctliiK such
!i eololnlty. Ilctvvcoii thn hutim of
hair nflor clRlit an, I ten tliu cxlilliil
hall wan llllccl with n Liriw ami ftuh
liiimlilc audience, lilim Lnvvionco
lllO plt'SldcIlt Of tliu lcnRIIO, tllU KUl'Bt
of honor mill .Mrs. I). Howard llllch
rod. received Ihc niinicrotm KiioHtt.,
mill extended thoni n cnnlliil welcome.
Mlin Kvelyii Almoiiil Wllhiiivv looked
K'K.ll III II "Will til" ROWII Of flcqilllicd
black: rhllTon over sutln. llaiulsmiic
ill.'inionil iiinniiii'iitH were worn, .Miss
'.uvviriioo was cl nl in n ticniitlfnl
oliin miiIii inosiiillno, tilniinpil In ninl
tone laco. .Mrs. I). Howard Hitchcock
wmo ii limiilsoiiiu kowii of ombriililoi'
nl M.irlw net over black sutln. A lit-vy
of attractive jiinit; Klrls assisted In
ipiIiij; dial every olio wns survi'il Willi
lefii-Blinii'iils innl ciijo) Iiik them
I'olvrii. They were Mhw l.iiiiru Null,
Mlm Norn 8'iiirooii. MltH Allef
I'l iwn. .Miss MiUKiret MosHiiian, MIsm
Dniiilliv WihuI mill MIks Jessie Shaw.
After the icc-pllon llio kiii-sIh turn
oil tliclr alleiitlnn In llio "1'lrnt NIkIi:
View" or the annual fall exhibit Hut
was rIm-ii miller tho auspices or the
Klliihnna Ail U'sikuo. Tho chief aim
of llio ehlbt was lo ropioiciit llio
illffeient varlcllc.i of art work ilnno in
Ihlfi rlly. This object was nceom
pllrheil for tlioie were mint! exhlhlU
than on any former occasion ami Ihosi
at 'he head of tills splciiilli! win l nil
m.'illy fool iniicli oncoiiniKoil. Many
; rfrYl'l- ,.'V.""'W
In Selecting our
It was our ambition to get the
best that the markets of the
world had to offer:
We feel that our ambition
Our Entire Holiday Stock
Is Now on Display
Gucccssronc to down & lyon co., ltd.
excellent icvlews have been given bv
' the press men of this city, coiiiinoml-
Ins this exceptionally lino exhlhlt
I Unit tlic writer on nceoiint of lack ol
I space will not recapitulate. Ilium
I lulu can well he proml of an otKnnl-
I zatlon llko the Kllohanii Art t.camio
I ami me heads of life ieamie dceno
I coinnicnilatlun for their ImlefattKalili
'eltorts, that have resulted In such nr
orKniilzatlon. Aihoiik those observed
at the function Thursday evciiliiy
woie: Mr. mid Mrs. Kranclfl (lay, Mr.
and Mrs.- J. Warren, Mr. ami Mm
Wheeler, Mrs. fleo. Oulld, Mrs. tico.
Hheriuan, Mr. and Mrs. Pcrlu Homo
.Miss .lane .lohmon, Mrs. Pierre Jones,
Miss Florence Lee, Mr. nnl Mrs. lieu
J.iniln Marx,. Miss Mclnctny, Miss
ItoherlBim, Mr. aud Mrs. Alrmt Cas
tle, Mr. mid Mrs. Isaac Cox, Miss
Uimn Xotl, Mis. .lake Drown, .MIhh
Allen Ilrnwn, Mrs. .1. Ollmmi, Miss
Cordelia Oilman, Mrs. Pascne, Mr. and
.Mrs. Min (IIolt, Miss Idu Pope, Miss
Kallioilno Pope, Mrs. .John Cnrden,
Dr. ami Mrs. .lohnstono of Koit Shnf
ter, C.ipt. ami Mrs. Johnston of Kurt
linger, .Mr. ami Mrs. Smith, Mis.
Wood Miss Ilorothy Wood, Miss Jes
sie Hhaw, Dr. and Mis. Kinorson, Mi
ami Miss Khrhoni, Mr. ami Mrs. T.
Wall, Mr. ami Mrs. A. Wall. Mr. V
Atheitoii, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cooke.
Mib. Watei bouse. Miss Warrlner,
Miss StuiKcou, Mis. IMjjir Wood, Mr.
C. Alhcrtou, Miss K. Cooke. Miss
(Irace Cooko. Miss (lanlt, Ml'si Col
lins, .Mr. W. T. Smith, Mr. Krank Da
mon, Mr. Nlhhick of China. Mrs. Per
lc aud others.
Mis. Claylor of the U. S. N.ivy en
lerlalned n dozen children Wednes
il.iy af In noon at her home, 1010
TliiiiBtnii iiveiiiio. Tile enlertalumeiit
was Klven 111 honor of her little son
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"KrnestV fourth birthday. The aft
ernoon was devoted to Jutenlle
names. Shortly after Tour o'clock
dainty refreshments were served. A
prettily decorated cake, ornamented
with four candles, was placed In front
of the- young host. Anient; the chil
dren who enjoyed the Informal party
wore, besides the guest of honor ami
his little sister "Anne," Kmticls Kd
wards, Coleman Tlmherlake, Harriet
Owen. Tucker Smith, T. Tlmberlake,
llanlet Richardson, Ueurge Marlx.
and loule Smith.
SrnllMi TliMIe ClubN Dinner.
The Moanu Hotel will bo tile scene
of much Kulety Thanksgiving Kvu
Ing, when the Scottish Thistle Chili
will be hosts nt a dance. Klaboratu
preparations are belnj; made, and It
Is needless to sav that the iiriil.iriu.l
entertainment will be n success, for
llie club members inako admirable
hosts, as lias been proven on several
lline Parly err .HI. Tiilttiilnx.
A jolly trumnlmr unrtn wont nn
Sunday, and spent, tho day at the Ijir
rln Thurston placw tin. MU Tntifulus.
There wpru twelve In the party. A
basket picnic was enjoyed under tho
fchade or the spreading kukul and kou
tlees. The liartv retiirned In (own
after Rundown. Among those present
were Cniitiiln ami .Mrs. Join Hiimri
Jnlinsuii ol Ki t linger, Lieutenant
and. Mrs. (iernM Johnson of (he If. 8.
Mnrliiy Corps, Miss Edith Cowles,
Miss l.villa McStoeker. MIj Ml...
Cooper, Miss Julio .McStocker, Miss
Helen Houkwell, Mi. McKldowiiuy and
lieu, mid Mm. Khcn Low's I'el Hupper
i en rrieiidH or. tho Honorable, and
Mis. Kliell IIW Will be rnlniilliiwintiul
a' n pol supper that Is to be given ut
thtlr home. Informality will ho tho
keynote of the Informal gathering.
i.uc it is needless to stnio that this
will bo n dollgtitfiil uffulr. for tliu
llouoiuhlo uiid .Mrs. lClien Ijjw are
renowned for their hospitality.
Miijur innl Mf- Wanton's Dinner.
nits evening, Major anil .Mrs. Woo
pii are ulvlm; a dtniiei In lumnr .if
Major Cilmore mid Captain Craig of
mo u. H. Army. Aftur dinner Min
remuiuder of the oveulmr will nrnli.
ably bit devoted to lirldire. Aniiiiiir Mm
guests will be Major mid Mrs. IMwaKi
Jiiims Tiiiilierluke. .Major and Mrs.
V.tL-lltl. I'.l....ll.t .....I .fa.. ..!
......-, up.uiii .(mi .in:.. Ariiiur
Marlx, Major Oiluioro 'and Captain
Mrs. V. lialHtrml'N llrl.lge.
Mrs. Frank llalsteml Is entertain.
lug this afternoon with four tables of
bridge. Madam Kimball, who Is the
guest of Mrs. John MiCaudless, Is
tliu Inteiitlve for tlie .inalr. Among
thosu participating In tliu delightful
nlTiilr tire Mrs. Zeno Myers, Mrs. John
McCalldtess. Mm. M W I.ip.i..m ilru
I Andrew Kuller, Mrs. Da), Mrs. Col
Moy. Madam Kimball. MrH. Wells ivi-
jerson, Mudnm llalsteml, Mrs. Wlllnrd
Pll......... II.. I IF... 1 .... .
iiiunii, .hid. iiciuiiiio, ftirs. jaines
.MtCandless, Miss Hargeat, Mrs. Dyer.
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...ton ivtviiiih. .ilin, ill'puiiril llllll Oil).
Mrs. Francis (Inv's Luncheon.
Monihiy, .Mrs. Kraucls Cay will en
tertiiln at a "farewell" luncheon at the
Alexander Young Hotel. Mrs. Gay
leaven on the Siberia and llio coining
affair Is in compliment to the friends
who have entertained her, mid who
have been instrumental In promoting
her enjoyment during her three
months' visit In Honolulu. Mneteim
guests are Included mi the Invitational
Mrs. K. II. ValorhoiiM' Dinner.
k-.Ml's.. H. II. WiiterhfiusiT ni-mlilim
gieat enjoyment for her family, by
giving mi annual Thanksgiving din
ner. On the' thirtieth' of this month
MVs. Wuterhoiiho will entertain u
bcoio ol relatives In this delightful
Meeting u Social Seleufe Club.
Thuro will bo a meeting of the So
cial Science Club nn the fourth nt
December. The event Is being antic
ipated by u number of Honolulu Tolk.
The club will be entei tallied by the
lion, (leorge it. Cnrtor.
Dance ut the McDonald.
A delightful time is being antici
pated by the guests of the .McDonald.
Abop will bo given this evening, ut
this popuJ.li' pilvate Lutil. K.uil'u
lulntet club will' furnish the music
and tho nvent will bo a pleasurable
Liva's Social Club.
A number of dinner parties will
precede the danco that will bo given
by tho l.wa Social Club on Wednes
ilny livening, November the tvventy
nlntli. .S'enily n hundred )oung peo
ple will purtlclp.ite In tho affair. One
of Kant's excellent orcheBtras will, gu
by train to Kwn, ami furnish tho
inuslo for the dancing. The club
house, where tho dance will tako
place, will be handsomely decollated
with vines, banging baskets, palms
and cifHUovvorM. A number of priim.
lueiit Honolulu folk will motor down.
Miss Uentrlce Custle, Miss Ver.i
Damon anil their cbaperone, Mndain
Morln, aro charmingly located In nn
npartmenifk r.t line do I'UnUerslto.
PaMj , .TJicbo two Honolulu girls ate
taking n course in Krencb, uml are
most assiduous in their studies. Mr,
and Mrs. Alnn White, and tho .Misses
Willie, Monsieur und Madam llouvll
luln, tho latter Daisy Oras, and the
ex-English Consul to Hawaii, Dalpli
Korster and Ills charming wife, have
been Instrumental In adding to tho
enjoyment of Miss Castle and Miss
Dmnon, by showing them Innumer
Among the distinguished pasken
gors on tho Wllhelmliui are Jiulgo and
Mrs. Dole, who nrp leturnliig from n
Mrs. Krnncls (lay will mil on the
Bteamer Siberia for Cullfornln In
Sun Kraticlsco she will bo Joined by
Miss Phlnney, who will Journey with
Mrs. On' to New York city, where
the holiday season will bo spent with
Mr. KrnoHt Clay, who Is studying at
Westminister school. In SlmuiMhiiry,
Connecticut. Mrs. (lay may decide to
spend tho remainder ol the winter in
tho eastern metropolis. '
Mrs. Hrlc Knudseu will arrive In
Honolulu on the Bevcnteeiith of next
month to- meet Senator KiiuiUoii, who
has been visiting the Malay penin
sula, being liliich interested in the
rubber plantations. Mr. Krcderlck
Wnterllouse and Mrs. John Water
house have nlso been In tho party
uml will return on the same steamer
with Senator Kuudsen. It Is hoped
that the Knudsetis will spend tho
Christmas holidays In Honolulu, but
they imiy decide to return to their
buiuii on Kauai.
Mr., i:. A. Jones who ban been visit
ing In llerkeley ami S.iu Kianolsco
will return to Honolulu on 1'ililay,
after an nlitcuce of two mouths. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ditsou, who nro
spending the winter lit the Seaside
Hotel, aro the guests of Captain and
Mrs. C. Sidney Halght at Scbolleld
llarracks, where they will spend tho
Miss Adullno Harding, a sister of
Mrs. Krnest Wnterllouse, arilvod In
Honolulu Monday to spend the win
ter with Doctor: and Mis. Wateihouse.
This young girl is Mry attractive and
accomplished, and will piove an nc
illllsltliin to tlio youiiger society set,
Miss Adeline Harding Is fiom St,
Johns, New Ilrunswli'k.
Doctor mid Mrs. Clifford II. High
urn building nn attractive bungalow
ill Nuuuiiu uvchuc, which Ihey expect
to occupy the llrst of the year. Kur
the present II. doctor- and bin wife
aro occupying h beautiful suite ut
the Hotel Plcasantun.
Doctor Wnterllouse has leased the I
Joseph (Milium bouse at Walklkl for
u year and u half. The doctor anil
his family will move to the beach on
the llrst ot January.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Gnylor of the
U. S. Navy mo residing ut 1010 Thurs
ton avenue. Mrs. (laylnr will observe
tho iiecoml and last Thursdays uf each
month as her "at homo" day.
The three children of the Princess
Kawatianukoa, who nro staying with'
the Christian CoiiradH on Molokal,
will spend the Christmas holidays In
Honolulu with their two aunts, Mrs.
Hubert .Shingle and Mrs. (leorge
Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Cooke Imvo
been visiting Mrs, Cburjes M. Cooke. I
Noxt week the joung couple will
Visit Mrs. Judd on Nuumiu avenue. I
Mrs. George Cooke was u Miss Judd
prior to her marriage. After Thanks-
giving they will return to their home
.Mrs. Krank 11. Kdwnrils of the U. I
S. Army lias been coiillned to her
homo for the pust week and has not
been nblo to uecept any Invltutlous.
It. was thought ut llrst that this popu
lar young matron had blood polslu,
but now she Is resting much easier
and Is on the road to good health.
Tho Princess Knwnnumikoa Is
slowly convalescing ut the "Nurses'
home" In London, after several pain
ful operations. Advices were le
celved by tho last mull that tliu Prin
cess will not return to Honolulu until
April of next year.
Mrs. Lackland, who lias been slay- ,
lug nt the nellpvim Hotel In San ,
Kranclsco, will arrive In Honolulu on
Chiistmus Day. ,
After n delightful ttlp in tho east
em part of tho United States, Mr. I
ami Mrs, Theodore ltleluuils will re
turn lu their homo In Honolulu Tues
day on tlie steamer Wllhelmlna.
Captain and Mrs. Case ami Miss
Cam, arc stopping at the Hotel Conit
lunil. Captain Cnso has taken the
place of Major Alexander Davis tu
the Depot (luuitermaster's Dep,ut-
ment, U. S. A.
Mr. George ItlohaMlsou or llllo, i
with his Utile sou Gardner, is visit
ing Mr. aud Mrs. Alirous on Wilder
uvemio for a couple of weeks. '
A talk of Inleic-it. to women tilling
advanced lines ot physical oultiiio ami i
hygiene will bu given by William K.
Sixsmlth, nuthori7d Instructor ot the
in my and navy, at tho lloyal Hawaii
an lintel pallors on Monday iirteriinim
at 3 o'clock. All Interested are In
vited to bo present.
1 It Thanksgiving Time
11UYING new tilings may not make it m, hut the money you will save
' getting them 'here will make it a real Thanksgiving for yon, and
give yon a chance to buy various other things that possibly you would not
Helow we list five special values. Call and i
see these and many others we have to otVer :
Solid Oak Extension Table
Top 33e!2, 5. foot Extension, 2'2.incli Legt, Golden Oak Finish.
Thanksgiving Special - $6.00
Solid Oak Extension Table
te-lnch Round Top, B-foot Hxlennon, Non-Dividing Pedett.il Dale, Golden Oak rinUli.
Thanksgiving Special - $12.00
Pedestal Extension Table
Quarter-Sawed Oak Ton, -
carved claw feet) Golden finish.
Thanksgiving Special - $24.00
Solid Oak Diner
'Full,L.nBth,.'&avvel'BL Posts, rial Spindle Back; larae. corny Cane Seali Colden Finish.
Thanksgiving Special - $1.75
Quarter-Sawed Oak Box Seat Diner
l .Chase 'Lthr Upholslered Seala) a chair of excellent linei and very servlceably construcleri.
Golden Finish, polished. ' ,
Thanksgiving Speoial - $3.75 .
SEF. OUR WINDOW DIGPLAY TOR SPCCIAL DARGAINB AND HELPFUL GUGGCBTI0N3
shoe. The Regal "Korndoc" Last is a genuine fool-form shape lhat giej
the toes plenty of room. In addition lo correct orthopedic shape, this slioe h-i
a distinctive and pleasing style.
Come to our store and see ihe Regal "Korndoc." Slip it on and discover
how easy i feels on your foot, its famous Regal qurjity insures long service.
REGAL SHOE STORE
Tho Albaii) .l.ni.l.iil R, in -
Iiir that bioakln,: nn rllcl. .ip Into
limit tiliisit .V-Tili.....
IS - lnch diamolcr. extends G feeti Pedestal
Best Shoe Ever Made
For Men Who Walk or
Stand a Great Deal '
Policemen, rnail-canieri, railroad men, watchmen and
business men everywhere! nrr .-nil., ,.;,.,, ,!..... !.:.
, (,odl tholr ohllKutlouo ,,
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NOTES AND NOTIONS I
'" 'i ft
Tho fashion of tho short, tight
Rl.lrt Iwih rurtalnly bad tin, effort jpf
makliiK iih pay routddi'rnbly imiro fit
li'iilliiu In our fiiotvvcar innl to oiTf
undori;ariiii'utB. Tho fornior lliiti
tt-eii. hiought Into fop urealor pniriit-
llOIII'I' llllll fllMU.l.lllbMll.f ll.lll. n.T..
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,1111108 and HlorkliiKs hnvn midori;iiJo I
.i H-ii iiiiiMii'iiiuiii, vvniie mo latirr
havo hi'Hi mliii'ud tu a inlnliiiiiffi.
.ml now ri-niilro to l,o iih vvoll iltfcil
.1h tho RiiriniMitH vvhlrli covor tlnjni.
.11 l to IIichu ilptnllu of bor lolln .
that tho well droHKi'd wniuau p:i)s tho
croatoHt iitli'iitlnii. innl -,vl,l,.i ,,m
j'.'ifloi- all, vory cnimldornliln Iti'iim fn ;
ifhliiK a chic ni'ix'.iniiH'o.
Oultit n or.uo in ParlH at llio iiio- "
llinut in tho laun for Clniiilltli' l-n.n j
mid the iiko of thin dollBhtful fabric
in iiiilviwil. a now idea fur iiimiin-
Iiir haiiilkerihli'fH Ik to border thoiii
with narrow lilnc-k Chaiitllly laro In
hliMIU nr llio Ida III ilacii Inn, I In,,
vvhlrli wo have univvii iirciistonind
It Ih nlso IllhOrtod nrnn lh omilVS
fof tho hundkorchlof, uml kIvch ii imto
of IlKhtuovH and dalnltnoHH to vvhlrli
tlio pl.ilnrr kind can rnivcr nsilrp,
-in u ik limn iiiiuvoiiy. 4.
inn linn- juuqiictln in niiiilbor In
novatloq, which Ik mint nilurliiB awl
HllOllId V'lll ltM WIIV In ., 1... .l7
.oni-o. Tills III iiIkii oon In tliu bl-ffk '
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" ,. ,,,! (.iiuuiiiiy laro, or m. oipi'illy '
HiieroHFful In inariiilulto, rhlrrun, jfTir
HOiiae. It Ih uuimlly mado 111 u sloovrh-'
lom Rtylo and Is Imrdunxl round iiio
odKO with a frliiKi. or bound will,."
Knini arriirdlni; tu tnxlo. Ui
Elasticity In rostorod to nibbor 'hr J
cnn1.-ltit. II 1.. n.t M. t '.
i' . "i,u ini tiiiiiiiuiiia ami
two pari eliMir wutitr until tho i
Hlrnd rosult nro obtained. ThUii'i
Xm nlhC tlT7V' r,l,B
" , ' , " thM ,,au' ,,C",U Hlf
i 1IH1 lirillH'. ,.. ' n
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