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EVRtflNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, DEC. 2, 111.
ENTER BIG RACE
Chronicles of Society Folk
American Car Will Start in
Rdund-lhc-lsland Event if
One Is Held Soon.
If there Is n round-tho-Mand (into
nice In tonncethin wltli tin- Christmas
uvliilliin nipvt, (Icorae lleckley wlllhaVo
mi ehtiy In It. The ucll-liunnii local
driver mid ilcnUr In nrliliiK furn ehnnee
In show what Ills Mr American ear cmii
do In n nrucllim roinpetltlnn, and tlioj
Oalm circuit Ik Just hnl lie wants.!
L'echley Iiiik made kiiiiii' fust elrculls of
tlic Inland iiimI knows i-wry foot (if tliu
ruail. 111k entry could Ixi rnmitcil on
to lie will 1 1 1 In tlm I Int.
An American "SO Tourist" was sold
tills oik to Kllunr Hyde-.Sinlth, tlio
cm' ciinilni; In on tlie Wllholmluu unit
liclni: Imnirillutrly delivered. Two of
tlie racy-loiikliiK Anicrlciiii "Scouts" are
on unite, nml Inland nutnlnlx lire limk-
Inn forward to Kitting a llm! on these
ears, which have attracted so much at
tf nl Inn on the mainland.
Mrs, Kraticls (lay pntcrtnliipil In
formally nt luncheon, Tuesday, at her
beautiful home, Wallcle, nt the ho.nl
of Knllhl valley. The luiicheon wao
aUon In honor of Minn Uveln With
row pf Cttlirornln. After luncheon tho
parly Including the hi'stos-i ami linr
guest of honor, motored to thu Pull,
Mr. William Mclneruy after n do-
tiKlilful trip on (ho mainland, return-
ed to Honolulu Wednesday on the
stenmer Wlllielmliia. While In New
HIBISCUS CLUBJS FORMED
The crowing of perfeet hibiscus In
become nil art, ami eiitliuslusm on the
fiiililu-t linn riowii (o such a Kliit
that n Mielely devote! to lis cnltuio
his tieeu hiirii. .Monday nlitlit the
Krowois of thin beautiful Potter met
.11 tho home uf florrll 1'. Wilder, and
orn.uilzcd. Officers woio elected. It
Was chlltiteneil the Hawaii Hibiscus
The now association has for Ha
pilnclple aim the culture and breed-
Iiil5 of new larlclics and a consistent
ofrort to Induce? Honolulu propeity
holders to use the il:.nt In Itx moltl
tiido of riiIsch to replace bananas
about their homcx and thim add
to I lie uttroi'tlvcness of the city
Or. nml Mrs. .Imld have enjoyed n
trip across the Canadian-Pacific nml
liavo been tlsltliiK In Chicago and
Yliirfnlo. The ruinous Mayo Clinic at
'tochesler, Minneapolis and Chlcngo
hospitals hno been vlslled by tho
doctor en route.
Mr. nml Mrs. Tiederlcl; Ktamp of
Honolulu huo been stopping at tho
Hotel Jleluiont, In New York City.
A cable was received Wcilncuiltiv he
Ymk Clly Mr. Melneiny iilajed ul the Miss Ysabcl Conner from bcr il.ince.
Mauhnttnii Hotel. I.leiiteminl .linne-i Pino ilmi id. ui.i..
thu U. 8. It. C, Thetla would not ro-
Mlss Urqiiliart who lias been visit- turn to Hawaiian waters until Janu-
Iiir with Mr. mid Mrs. Penhiillow on if). Lieutenant Pine has a two
Waul. ictiimiM to llnmiliilii this nnuiths' oau. pii will unite In Hoiu
moriiliiK mi the Manna Ken. Miss.Inhi on thu thirteenth of December
Uiquliai t Ih u very pielty nlrl, with n n llwr nml his marihiKe to Miss
OAHUAN IS OUT.
The 'Oaliiinii," n student puhllca
tlnu of Punnhuii College, Is out mid
Is a. ciedlt fioni every joint of view
to those responsible for It. The schoul
notes nhd editorials nro itiille Interest
In. There arc a number of contri
butions by local students that am well
l.idleu wishing to buy one of those
beautiful soft relt hats In white or
colors can llnd them nt Milton & Par
son's, who lime received a new ship
ment by S. S. Sierra.
Titian tresses mid lnij?o diciimy eyes.
This young lady is beliiK ciiiiieioncil
by Mrs. Wlthrow while sho Is jdnylii
at tho Alexander Young Hotel, but
will letiirn to her homo. In Ijim (latos.
California, on the sixth of Decern
Ai-slitnnt Rut Reiiti V. A. AbaVen of
tlif U. 8. S. West VliKlnla lus Inen
accorded a cordial welcome since his
nrilval In town. Dr. Abakcn was with
tho Pacllle Meet two cars ngo.
Miss Kthel Climiihi'rl.-ilu of llnise
Idaho, will lslt Miss ftliu Allyu nt
her homo on ColleKu uml IKiiulnli
ft loots, fiom the llfleeulh of Deeeiu
ber until niter the Christmas holi
A trio of barheloin Hint will be ex
tensively cntei tallied while the trans
port, pljIiiK from Manila to San Kran
clsco Is In pfiit, are Captain C.nr
Captain Anderson aad Captain Kllioti
nf tho Seventh Infantry, U. S. A
Theli iczlment lias been In the Phi
lippines for the ia.4t two years, their
vtatloii helni; In Manila. Kereral llo
iiolulii people weie entertulned by
Iliese hospltablo bachelors, while they
weio In Manila.
Mr. Bil. Kltto Is the Riiest of Mr.
Oswald Stevens In Manoa valley.
Mr. nnliort JlcCorrlston Jinn been
onJoyliiK inetmiKills life In the Far
ISikI. While In New York City. Mr.
McCoirlslon slopped at Hotel Man
hattan. On December the nth. Dr. nnd Mrs.
James Jinld sail for (llliinltar on tho
North flermnn I.loyd steamer Herln.
Ysahel Cooper will take place on Krl
day nvenliiK, December tho twenty
Peroiid la si. Andiow's Cntliedrnl. On
ui'c-uiitit of several olllcers of tho Tho-
tls bolni- on leave, It is feared that
Lieutenant lluiih H. Hoblnson, whoso
I'lignKeiiieiit to MIhr Irene C(K)er,
was annoiineed last week will not he
able Krnlllcd n leave of nljunncn In
that rase his wcdillnr; will lie pnslpoii-
rij until .lonuary.
Mr. James Wilder Is stopplm; nt tho
Holland House" la New York,
Mrs. William Helscruiaii of into.
will arrlvo next week in Honolulu,
where she Is planning to spend tho
holiday season with her parents.
Mr. uml Mrs John flnlld and fjm
'ly celebrated TlunksKlvliif; Day, at
their beautiful seaside home at Kaa
lawnl. They entertained n halt dojen
friends at dinner, Tliuisduy evening.
Mr. and Mis. Guild will not return to
their homo on College ctreet, until
Monday of next week.
Miss Until Soper has been ill at her
homo with deliKiin fever.
Lieutenant and Mrs. CiiniiliiRliain of
the Fifth Cavalry, spent ThanksirlvliiK
with Captain and Mrs. Putnam ul
Knit l)e Hussy.
Mr. Walter Kendall will act as best
man nt the wedding of Lieutenant
HiikIi II. Itoblnuin nml Miss Ireno
Captain and Mrs. Cuso and Miss
Ouao, who have been slaying at tho
Hotel Cnurtlaiul until they could He-
euro n suitnbln furnished home, have
rented a houso next to the Coitrtland.
Captain Cose has taken Major Alcx
nadcr Davis place In the Depot Quar
termaster's Department, The Captain
and his family have been nt the Hotel
Coutrland ifor six weeks.
Mrs. Henry Pond Itestarlck met
with a painful accident Saturday,
spraining her ankle. Tho liiauy
friends of this well-beloved matron
will bo glad to know that she Is rest
ing much easier and is not experi
encing so much pain,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hogun mid Miss
Uognn of Spokane, Wash., ore spend
ing tho winter lir the iBlund. Thu
family havo taken a cottage at tbe
Seasldo 'Hotel. .
Madam Ilrnnchornt, tho sister of
.Manager Hull of the Waipahu planta
tion, will IvUtt.the Aubrey Hohlnsons
on Kauai. Madam Drunrhorst. will
leave next Tuesday on the Klnau for
the i Harden Isle.
Mr. nnd MrsIlenjainln Iodge Mnrx
moved last' Monday into the Will
Hopers' place on Wyllle street.
Captain Clark's mother, father and
sister arrived In Honolulu this wecki
and will visit Captain and Mrs. Clark
at, their' home at Fort Hugcf.
Mr. F. M. SWanzy has been on a
business trip on Hawaii, uml was tin
nbloi to celebrate Thanksgiving Day
with his family..
During tho past ten days Mrs. K.
Faon Ulshop has been III with rheu
matism Mrs. Ulshop's friends and
acquaintances will bo glad to learn
that she Is much better.
Mrs. Alice llrown, who underwent
n slight operation at the sanltorium,
la convalescing. Mrs. Brown Is very
IKinulur. Durlne her lllnenn lu. hnu
been tho recipient of beautiful flow
ers nnd notes expressing sympathy.
Mr. Charles Stanton entertained
during tho week with a motor trip
around tho Island that was given In
honor of Mr. St. (loar. In tho party
wero Dr. and Mrs. Clifford B. High,
Mrs. Helen Noonan, Miss Wllhelmlnu
Tenney, Mr. Clarence Waterman, Mr.
Vernon Tenney and Mr. Oliver Lan
The opening of the tennis court at
the Hotel Courtland was a grand suc
cess. All tbe guests of the hotel and
number of their friends were gath
ered around the court and cheered tho
tennis 1layers who participated lu the
match. After the-interestlng match
light refreshments were served.
Among those who played lu (he tour
nament were Mr.t-and Mrs. linger,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Willis, Miss Case,
Dr, nnd Mrs. Frear mid Mr. Philip
After a delightful visit, with Senator
and Mrs. Ueorge Falrchlld nt Keullii,
Knual, Miss Violet Makec returned
to Honolulu Sunday morning on tho
Btcanier Klnau, While on the Onrden
Isle Miss Mnkee wus tho motif for
numerous entertainments. Several
trips were taken to tho summit of
thu beautiful mountains surrounding
Kealla. Most ot these outings were
by horseback, and proed especially
enjoyable, for the guest of honor Is
n splendid eiiuestrleiine.
Judgo and ".Mrs. 'Alexander Lindsay
moved Into tliulr new house this
week. Their artistic home was the
setting for their Thanksgiving dinner.
Tlio Honorable and Mrs. Itnlph
Forster lire In ParlsrVhcro the for
mer Is enjoying a well-earned vaca
tion. When the Forstors were living
in Honolulu, the Honorable Ralph
Forster being nt' that'tlme the British
Consul to the Islands, the 'consulate,
on King street was tho rendezvous
for distinguished and girted travelers.
Mr. St. Claire Sayres returned Sun
day on thu steamer Klnmi from a
business trip to tho Rnrden Isle,
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Wheeler left
Tuesday to visit the volcano of
Kilaueu, Thu joimg couple are In
fatuated with tlio Islands, nnd al
though itho glowing nccnuiit3 given by
Kobort llurdotte and his charming
wlfo on Ithelr return last year from
Hawaii nel were nt that time consid
ered isllghtly. exaggerated,- their son
und daughter, now Unit tlicy have
witnessed the beauties of this coun
try, dlspluy even greater enthusiasm,
If possible, than tho former visitors,
Mrs. O. 'II. Hodney of Scholleld llar
racks sent 'three or four days at
tho Alexander Young Hotel.
Mr. Carl Wolters hus been enter
tained Informally by a number or
friends during his business trip to
The Misses Joseithluo nnd Itoso Me.
Clellan, the two beautiful daughters
of Oenernl and Mrs. McClellun, are
in (jormany, where they nrc studying
music, art and tlie native language.
Mrs. Ilnsmer, the mother of Mr.
Italpli Hosmer, hns been very III at
her home on King street. A trained
nurse has been In attendance, and the
invalid has been unable to see her
friends. From last reports Mrs. Ilns
mer was In the convalescent Btuge.
Judge (leorge Davis of Honolulu
icturned on tho Kluau Sunday morn
Ing. The Judgo has been on Kauai
mi business pertaining to his profes
Mrs. Mlddleton und her sister. Miss
, Purler, lire pleasantly situated at tho
'Alexander Young Hotel, where tlie
.former will spend tho winter. Miss
Furler uxpects to leave shortly for
her home on the mainland. Mrs. Mld
dleton will make a short visit with
Mr. und Mrs. Waller Wall of tills
city. Her husband, who owns one of
the largest automobile houses lu Ban
Francisco, may visit the Islands lu
time to witness the Floral Parade.
Miss F. J. .Mead of New York Clly
Is registered utt he I(o)ul Hawaiian
Hotel, whore she will spend the
. Miss Harriet Hitchcock of Illlo will
be thu guest of .Mr. und Mrs. James
Castle from Saturday until Wednes
day. .Miss Hitchcock will arrive on
the .Mnuiiu Kea tbe last of the week,
mid will sail Wednesday on the Wll
lielmliia fur tlie mainland.
Mrs. F, J. Center has been quite
III lit her home, 824 tiroen street,
where she Is lu charge of a trained
nurse. The physician hus diagnosed
the etiso as a nervous breakdown.
Ono of tho prettiest girls who hns
visited these Islands for some time
Is Miss Williams of Is Angeles, (.'ul.
Mi-s. and Miss Williams have engaged
beautiful upnriitments at the Alexan
der Young Hotel, which they will oc
cupy until after Christmas. The tlrst
week of January they will sail for
the Orient, and will not return to
California until April or May. The
latter Is a tall, slender buinette, with
lurge brown eyes und an abundance
or ilurk brown hair. Mr. Williams, a
capitalist or Los Angeles, will Join
Ills family and spend the holiday sea
son with them.
Professor ami Mrs. Ilrynn have
moved Into their attractive new home
on Piinuhou street.
.Mr. Charles Stevens, son of Pay
master and Mrs. Stevens or the U. S.
Navy, who met with a painful acci
dent while pluylng football on the
Piuiuhuit campus, having dislocated
olio of tils ribs. Is much easier now
In ruct, suffers very little palu from
Mrs. It. Matthewson, after an enjoy
able visit wltli the Sam Johnsons at
Pahoa, returned to Honolulu IIiI'j
week. Mr. and Mrs. Matthcwhoii
have rented their furnished bungalow
on Ureeii street, und have tukeii up
a permanent residence at the ltoynl
Miss Helen No-th left AVednesiluy,
All .In.. ,...1.1.1.... AH.I ll.fff V..j
411. ..,, jvDiriiiaj dull mm iiiu, ,i
I nit iicoiile wero ilionulnir In nt till
unices of Tho Wuterhouse company,
Stiingenvvnld building, to fee Hit
fiew 'lilnteKa tl'nnvvrttnrs ulltet
have niiivod and are now on Insiieiv
Loral critics of erfcctlon In typ;
writers will be much surprised If the
rnmlnir nf the N'nleetesu ,1inu nfit
lovolutloiiiro the Industry. It worklj
(With n iniioothiiess, a lack or Mellon,
nnd n toimdlessiiess that glvcuTn!
Hnlli.Il f ..r.llll'.l -nil. t t.1.,A.I f3
--.n.. ... it'mi.i- iii.iit. ,vlui-(! , lu
tills is the raet that It lias a iiumheij
or advanced Ideas that will ho afjj
pieclaled h thoso who have to ii"sv
the machines. jjj
One of tho simplest and jet MiQj
most up-to-date of Iliese Is an tip?
pllmire by which ,i letter can be lira
Manny inrericd in a woid it It hasl
lieen dropped, and that without dfi?
MirmiiK me inner words ill ine slum
line. This Is accomplished bv a lialM
The new machine Is a very hand;
some one. loo. mid has the great ad
vantage of belliir so well enverml lie
the hoodllsn parts over Ihe keyboard
that It Is nliiiust entirely proteclftl
irom iiust or moisture. And still tlm
vlvlhte wiltlne In not In ilm lent ln"l
tcifered wltli. "s
The Wnieihouio company inaiioj
tiem erntveri.. I.. . II... i .v..lnlA.!l.1
........ ... iii.r .lUlil'll'lltlM
Idea yesterday and tlie ' machine
MHiuhl huvo a big sale here
: : :!;:. . .j. . . .J
with Mr. mid Mrs Hocking arfil MlsaJ
I inrence I luff man. for their suburban!
homo on the windward side of Ihol
Inland, where they will celebr.ili
Thanksgiving Day nnd spend thej
week-end, returning to town Monday.
Captain and Mrs. Marlx's Dinner.
Uelltctintif.fViinmiitwI.... n,i,l ,... .
i ...... .,,,nj
Chester Wells were tho guests or linii-'l
or at a delightful Tiinnksglvlnir din-
ncr that vvns given by Contain, and
Mrs. Arthur Marx. Mnnvo nslnr.S
and violets adorned the prettily no-
lKilnled table. Among those present
wero C.iptnlu and Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx,
ueiitenant and Couimmider nnd Mrs.
Chester Wells. Mr. mid Mrs. Dltsmi
of Huston, Mrs. Dobbins of L'allforiili.
Lieutenant Steele of Ihe II. K u. fill.
flirilhl. Mid. If llltllirlMi. 63ln..li.,ti t.t....
, ....,.,, .K..,i,v.a ,,,i; nivi'iii-itB, .iiini
llogan of Seattle, Lieutenant Iilar, V. 4
S. M. C, nnd Knslgu Klrliiiiaii or tho
T a Q ..!.. ..I.. ',
J. s. s
Tho II u 11 o 1 1 n liar. Just n-eelved a
B...imtnt of 1012 Cnlnmlar I'ada.
See the " Americans "
TIIK "tMKItlC.v.V TOIilllsr (Type 81) ft!.:,(l
Four imsM-nirers: wlieelhiise, IIS Ine : 'llrcs JITxl Inches front and rear nil f. I), deinounlublr rims.
Kegulur o.itl.iii.nl liirlmles Inp nml iii.h(iiilt .I laniis dash lights t-ltvlrlrs PresMMJIe tank; llosrh mug
mlo ami hlorum' bailer) ; one ern rim; shock nhorhcrs foul res( tlie holders; Imrni Jack; U and
lire reiiilr iinlllt. . ' ' .
Notice Jipw distinctive they appear, gliding noiselessly
along the streets. Everyone looks at them
in admiration. They are owned
; tl. and driven by discrimin- v
:: ating people "'';:,
Let your new car be an "American? .
Every car is guaranteed for one year, from date of
sale. This includes adjustments, working time, and
new parts if necessary. In other words No Garage
Bills. ' fl
Demonstrations by Appointment
Alqkea and Hotel Sts
TIIK -Ull'ltlCA.Y y8C0Ul" (T)io ) I2:.U
Strictly a two-iiansenger car. Wheellmsr, 102 Inches; Tires, 30x3!, Inches front titn' re.ir on tj. II. de
monatable rims, ltegnlar equipment Includes ton nnd top-hoott 5 lamps; l'rcsMM.tlr linil.; Iln-ili High
Tension Magneto; tire holders; harm Jack; tools und tire repair outllt.
l. t .,. Vno ftti'