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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 25, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 14, Image 14',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1911.
Fancy Leather Goods
Handsome Hand Bags and Ladies9 Purses for the Holidays
This shipment has just come to hand, and will be opened Monday morning ready for your inspection.
comprises the most beautiful line of leather goods we have ever carried.
Just the thing for Christmas gifts.
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.,
Uc.hllim' Illinium ciiinit.
'I lie follow Inn Imitation Iiiih been
Mi .tin! )1ti John I Cnrden
ifiinht llio liomir id jour iiri'Hvni i-
at tin' m.irrl.im' uf their slater
Catherine Victoria Wooduid
.Mr Albert Arthur Whltinmh
mi Vci)ni'HiI.i ihi'IiIiik, Ntneinlior tliu
tuentj -ninth, nineteen huiulriMl
nt elght-thlrt) n cluck
iH thi'ir tculdeiice, ire'u I'urt
i Honolulu. Ilimall
Tlu iii.il frlembt of MIsh Comma
milium Mill rt xii-t In Iimdi th.it xho
him decided not to return tu Honolulu
jriir tll CIlllHtlllMI ll0llllllH, but will
f I miilti In (Jcrin.iny until tliu apring
ul llil" MIhh Wiidmnn la not only an
i' icillni;!) pictt) ami popular clrl,
hut In u taU'Ult'il pianist oh well. She
It 8tuil)liiK under (UK) of the lineal
iy.iKti'18 In Ili'illn
.Mm Henry Wnterhoui'ii ami liur
iliuiKliti'r, .Mln Nora Sturgeon, re
tinniMl to town this weelt, after a
Strict i pUtixnut lslt with MrH. Charles M
I I'ooke ami Miss Alice Cooke at tin Ir
'mountain hump, "t.tihaka" Jim.
Walerhousc wan IiuvIiik boiiio remi-
atliiK done to her homo nn Nmiauii
Mr ninl Mrs. .lumen Sutton Me
t'.'imlloKM who returned from the C'o'irt
Inst week aro now nt homo for tjio
winter In their apartments at tho At
oxandpr Yoiiiik Hotel,
On their trip down tliov wpip nc-
coniinnlpd by Mm. V.. A. IlurRCir and
Miss Hess llnnicar tuothor and hlstei
of Jim. MrCaiullosH who aio well
known Taeonia. WiisIiIiirIoii, peodo.
Mrs. IJ. A. H.irKear and MNh llesslc
HaiKonr, niother mid sister or Mm,
.lumen McCnudloxH. hnc tiikpn up
I theli lesldeneo for the winter at the
Alexander Yiimm llotpl Since their
arilxnl last wick they huo hoen The
Kiiesls of Mm. John .McOiiudless,
Mr. and Mrs Harry Marlln llcp
hurn, who luno hoen spendlne, the
returned to ,
, I. OWNERS OP
Juafr mut take rank at thr Ulghftt of fine tirta an thevn trhich mort
than utiy tIAT ntinittm to Aumun urlmtHf lilt FIST 8VESCKR.
The Worlds Awakening
N3YAL. OWNEIU OF
. THE PIANOLA
Somttimci it bappeni that a great movement it going pa
about ui It jetties our own inull sphere and we awaka
to find a marvelous change in some custom or means for
enjoyment, that we hare been among the fast to realize.
II1K world, today, it nuakeiiinir to nn appreciation of music.
ComiKiscrs, teachers, professional musicians, ntudents of
domestic sociology li.it c been niii.ird at (lie swlltness with
which all (hllleil nations mid rates linte turned during the past
dcimlo lo this most eiinin of all tliu Arts.
In far away Australia and New Zealand; in tlie Americas and
I '.ii rope, this j;riM ina Interest luis been apparent. Kvcn Germany,
the classic stronghold of Music, lias shown It strongly, l'runee
and Italj ; Sjt in and l'ortugul; ltussh and Denmark Hulers and
puiplc alike arc turuiiig to Music as neer before In history.
fit UKCmiiV Q
13 us w
Ability to Produce Music
Now Available to All
The Fascination of Per
sonally Producing Music
'Nothing no uunkens an
; In music (it htliHHii to
1 1ds Is true. 'I he world has taken
a lien mid vital inUrcst in music
durinff the past ten )iiirs, beiiiuse
the world limy now ui part in
Miisienl prcxluc tlon, once the nc
lompllsliuieat of the fop. Is now the
common possession uf the ninny.
As a result. In the uorlds' homes
toda), iiiusIchihI literature aruiimi
I UK ton loiuiiioii bikls. I.lst, Wiitf
mruiid Mrndelskiihii are biHouiiiiK
as vill-kuo u us 'llmikeru), lluU
uir and .Scott.
Anil imifienl authorities are lin.
nnlmoiis in ertdltliiK Hie liiveiitlun
it Ihel'iaiiola with hcinirrcsiiisihlu
for the World's Murvilous Anakm
iiiK tu M lisle.
TIIOSK ho have no
enced the faseinatlc
tually pluyiug a
itlon or uc-
initrumtntvt producing music
cannot possibly appreciate It. It ii
n pleasure unlike all others, and be
Thtt ability the 1'ianola offtri lo
all. It frlvts iniinediate mastery of
the piano to its every possessor.
No matter bow little lie previously
may have known of music, it makes
a mil Mtttician uf him. It brldKes
the ears ordinarily spent In Irani
infr bow to play and ushers liiui nt
nee into Uv full joy of playing.
It (tives him a (rrenter technical
skill ami a lrrcater repertory than
any jiiitnlst pomniti. And it teaches
liiui how to use this skill und this
repertory, so that evtn 1'iidenttskl
himself sn)s of the performance of
tliu 1'lanola, "( it ptrftct'mn."
The Pianola Piano
S H M AMi4 lUwrf (J!
5f H-N U.UIM-U IMa f
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Hl'.MAHKAIU.I', feature connected uitli the Pianola is the unusual
Inti rest takin in it bv the luidliiK personam., of the dillerLiit
nations. 'I lie IlnUit of ueiirlv trrj tulmtmitinl pmetr, tire ounirs
of Pianolas. In I'.lurtnml. not onlv tliu KIiil. lint everv llraiu I, of
tlie Hojnl l'mully his I'luuola.
'Hie intrniioR of Hujalti and the lonjr list of dlstlnguUbed owners
here and uhro.ii! has not niacin the 1'ianola ureal. It but serves til ein
phaio tliu extraordinary iioner of this instrument to kIvo siihstuiitlnl
pliasiirnetrii to those who have muss to the best of ever) tiling Including
'J he Pmnoli In Its most lonvenlent. modern and popular form, Is the
Pianola Piano, 'lids Is a loinbinallou ul the piano ami tliu Pianola 111 one
complete, i ouipnc t Instrument, plajable licith li) hand unci ltd a music-roll.
'1 ho suit ess of llio Pi uiol i piano slm o its lntrilui tiou has hi en mithlujr
less than phenomenal, 'lids suciiss has Inspired many imitation. Nut
(ihb ot these, how eve r, iipprontlies thu Pianola Piano tdher III dcpiliilahtlity
of construction, deluacy of iiintrul, expresslnn fculims or iniulcul result.
The unanimous preference shown for the Pianola Piano bv famous niusl
lians. musical eduuitors and disiriiuiimtlnir purchasers ihrniiKhout the
world provts that It stands not only suprtme lut abiututtly atom iiiuoutr
all Inilruuicnts of Its type.
j ii ii. rvt riM v u
ii il ruf. riM &
town for tho winter Ke.moli and are;
now occupying their btitiKiilow at
Mr William HawlltiH, who has been
finite III at the (tut ell's Hospital, left
this week for u trip to tlie Volcano
House, when) the dnittir has ordered
him to leeupeinte. Mr ItawlltiH may
Irtlt some uf bis Hllo friends en
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Victor KIiik
sailed Thurmlay on the W. W. Hall
for Kauai, where they will spend
ThutikKKlviiii; with the Honorable und
Mrs. Charles like.
Mrs. George Martin and her two
children aro the Kuosts of Mr and
Mrs. Sam Johnson at Paho.i, Ilimall.
JuiIkp. nnd Mrs. Stanley returned
to Honolulu Thurs.d.1), after an In
terestlni; tllp throiif;li the Orient.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cliilsthiu Conrad will
spend the Christmas holidays with
Mr. mid Mrs. A. llriiue of this city.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Ltd.
1O20-1022 FOR.T ST., HONOLULU, T. H..
BY.C S. ALBERT.
. Op'clil It u 1 1 1 t I ii Cunt siiemeli'ueo.)
j WASHINGTON. DC. Xocinbpr 2.
Ill the presence ol only the mom
lieis or thu two Immedlato fnmilles,
the mnrrliiKt! of .MIsM.l'eda Ui Kollette,
daiiKhler of the Senaior from Wiscon
sin and Mrs Itolioil M. I.u Kollette,
and (teoiKP Michlletoh of JN'ew Yolk
took plate at '2:'Mt o'elotk at the homo
of the hilde's patents in Wsoinlnc,
j The lte lT (1 II Pierce, chaplain,
j of the fulled states Semite ami p.i'tor
1 of All-Souls' Unitarian Church, sol
' emnleil tho ceremony. '
j Hot It Initio and brldoKrooiu wpio un
attended, and tho lulile wore her li.n-
elluK suit of dark blue t loth.
No Imllallons weio sent out for
thu weildhiK. and there will be no mi
Aftei an luforui.il weddinK bieak-
fast, which was Ken eel Immediately
I .irt.'r tho (oiepiony, Mr. und Mrs Mld
1 tilt ton left for theli future Iioiiki in
1 Now York.
Tho simplicity of the wrtldlUK vt.is
I ch.ii.ictei'lstle Miss Ul Toilette) In-
heilti from her famous father unci her
I Killed mother strotiKly inurked clemo
j ci ut ii- couvli thins and simple tastes,
J tCMplctl with illspleastitu at display
I Miss Ui Kollette does not Intend to
kIo Ui the since because shu has
mairleil. On the contrary, she will
tcsiime iI)iik In "The Soarecrm." In
the Loursei of four or llu weeks. Her
lene of playlut; may also be said to
he ill pin t on Inliei Italic e, for It Is
well known that Senator I -a Kollottu
lone hesltiitetl between tho staKu and
tliu law and politics, and only fhu
up thu btuco because bo was advised
that his statui e was nut Rreut etioiiKh
for hu.-olc roles.
Mr. Mhldlelon al no Is Interested la
the Htuse, Is a drnmntlst hlmsplf In
fact. I'd wiote the nlim "The Hoima
or a Thousand Candles," from tho
Meredith Nicholson novel; collabo
, rated with Paul Kester In u comedy
j which Margaret Annlln produced, und
, Is tho.uuthor of several other nccvplctl
, und successful driimuH, A book of Iil.s
I plays, with tlie title "Kuibers," Is soon
to bo published. Mr. Mlddletou Is ,i
monibcr of The Players and other Now
Commander Hlchnrd 0. Davenport,
j U. S N, and Mrs Dateuport, who are
ppendlnt; some tlmo ut tho Grafton ho-
I fore oiionliiK their residence in l?l;ht-
I centli Btteet for tho winter, havo us
tholr guests Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. Heed.
I Mr. and Mrs. Melville K. Iniinlls,
1 after Thanksgiving, will coma to this
city und take possession of the) linuso
they have leased. No. 1008 Sixteenth
stieet They have leased their own
1 liomu In Cincinnati for two yeJM.
' Ite.u- Admit al Thomas O. Selfrldge,
U S N, lothed, mid Mrs. Blcfrldget
hae closed their llla ut .lamestoun,
It. I , and aie at the Iiforge cottage
at Newport befoiu tetiiinlng to Washington,
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