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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 02, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 14, Image 14',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, DEC. 2, 1911.
(Continued from Page 13)
Mr. nml .Mrs ('leghorn wore whisked
Hon: Unity), cu-n she feels the pressure lemoinbeied. The Clc6iialru'sNecdla
"Will wonders never stop censing!! of prejudice, nnd while nt the name to the left, shown how keenly distort-
'Seldom If eer, within the memory 'Wahlno,' doeB radiate Aspiration and cal. If not liy.serlcnt ono can become
or man's oldest Inhnbltant, has thero Inspiration yet melts with lndlgna- when Imbued with the Divine Affatus.
been so startling nnd unexpected an tlon nnd l'ersplrutlon nt the glower- The Fisherman's handling of the rod
effort toward self-expression (wholly lug "Knpu." Is superb.
nnnlllcd to repression, In any form) lairge heartedncss large brained- "No. 41. lly C. I). Wright, could
list the late exhibition of the Wnhlne ness, libernllty, unselllshness and not, for Hint reason, be wrong. It
Kudu Art Club. I say 'Inte.' for so modesty, hntu alwn)s been tho exotic Is a startllngly realistic effort In prls-
horn Is n true, womanly girl, who Is sudden was Its uppenrance, so swift and extntlc nttrlbuies of womanhood mntlc urcbes, known vulgarly ns
lnrely endowed with good sense, anil Its direction and so far-reaching Its and no doubt, behind each of these Rainbows. In this especial case, as
with her sweet coi.H.tlernuon for soul, tnat it hn. nireuuy lert town wuivuimes hub mm.tu u.u uuuuie ui u uju ui iiBHiinriB ...-um.ru iu
i in m ii ii wi nan i ti r irniirri -ii mi i ib
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away tn Sneimiieiitn In an atitomii- everyone sue ueurs mo miucu c.inriii i" "!"'
bile by tho I loughs' former chauffeur, f unspoiled naturalness of manner. "Much ns It hurts the present
hklniici, Mis Oleghori. wearing h slm- s,1 ntlended Miss Marker and Miss writer, who Is (Colt sel Dunk), un-
pie tailored gown of blue, from there Hughes' school at Palo Alto, and Is fortunately n woman still the scln-
tliey went to San Francisco, and will ft Brutluute and post-graduate of Miss filiating genius, so Intermittently evl-
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sail next week lor their home in Mo -"" senuui. rn o ,, '"i ', ucui in mu eui um mu gauuy imini
1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 . "-' iJUnbdn Sorority.
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the Ideal, whose Mist namu was Annie me 'The width of treatment la
or Mny that Ideal which winks and unique, and full of direction." The
blinks like, a revolving headlight on abandonment of the cascade of light
tho coral reefs of Man's alleged des- over the edge of the paper Is thrill-
ttnntlon. ' ing, whllo the rays of tho sun, us It
"In this unusual Kxhlblt. tho va- ' ll0lnE B,ntc'1' '"'k'" we" " b,lt
lugs of the Wnhlne Knpu Club- rlety of subjects, Is only equaled by " " "ouiun i ue) ibkcii lor an
transcends all notty thoughts of good tho number of canvasses shown. It nmb dextrous cent pede with octopus
... . ....... . liiimllulflitd 'i'lti. tfitln la nnf v
were hrouchca or supphlies nnd iienrls 'lite Wnhlne Knpu Irt rMillillfnii. judgment good taste or fair crltl- would bo most dilllcult to enter into - " ...-....
mid the brldegiooius reniembrunces After great poiBiiaslon, thu vIsltliiR clsm. detail concerning them, as In most "No. 4,, by Oco. II. Humphreys, Is
to his best man nnd tho Ushers were artist ror whom the dinner and ex- "In n moment of blithering bcatl- casos, the detail Is left out so only n variegated monochrome, or subdued
stair plus or the Hawaiian coat of hlblt was glen at tho Wuhlnu Knpu tude the spouse of Ann llntbaway n passing word must sufflce, taking brilliance. The key, to the situation
iiriiw in enamel mid gold. Club Inst Sunday evening hns con- cried 'What's In u Nnme?' Aye them In alphabetical order, nccord- draped nround the edge lends distinct
Mr Cleglinin Is u line mmg chai, sented to allow her Impressions and what IS In a Nnme forsooth? Much! Ing to the cntnlogue! vnluo to the otherwise Occult sugges-
w ,i, cam,, to Honolulu nbont teen criticisms or these celebrated artists Kven In these seething days or spe- "No. 37 -longitudinally, this can- tlnn of tho Composition. Tho alleged
jeuis .i-o fiom New Zealand, nnd Is to be published. The following notes clallsts she, who Is a woman (tho' vns by 11. M. Perkins Is a great pic- rainbow elTcct, Is at once Buspcndcr
,.,,rwri,.,l wlili the well-kimw n firm will die the nubile who did not at- wWi Herculean elTort. has succeeded turo. Its subdued size and uncxpect- like In neatness, nnd has a pathos
or llaikfeld & Co, theio. Mrs, Cleg- Unit nn Idea or this brilliant runclii twisting her name Into mascu- ed tone, give It. a quality never to bo rarely If uver obtained In chalk.
MOWHERE can you find a better selection of gifts for your family and
11 friends. Our three floors are crowded with articles suitable for every
requirement. Gome in and let us show you some of the new things
which will make gifts that will be appreciated.
LADICC DEGKS-ln Mahogany. IllnUeye. (iiildeii O.ik and Fumed. ln to K'O.
DESK CHAIRS All llnMies, in Wood, I'nne iinil.Klag Seats. J3.CU,t 120.
MUSIC CABIN ETS-Cioldeii O.ik and Maliogiiny. fit to $3E.
TOILET TABLES-O.ildeii O.ik, lllrdseye Mnple, MahoKiiny and White Kn
niiiel. ?18 tn ?I0.
DKESSERS Ouldrn Oak, MiibuKany, t-'lronsslnn Walnut, lllnlseye Maple iiinl'i
While Kmiinrl. lU'.SO tn JUT.
CHEVAL MinnonS-tiiildrn O.ik nr .MalmMaiiy l-Vnines. US tn M.
FRAMED MIRRORS In White Knaiiiil, Oak mid Mahugaiiy. SI tn tlS.
SHAVING MIRRORS Triplicate and IMhixI.hi. St.r.u to tg.r.0.
GIIAVING STANDS-Slll tn JU'.
SMOKERS' STANDS nnd CELLARETTES-M CO to 0.
FLOWER STANDS-lu Karly Kngllsli mid ruined Onk. 10 tn lit.
WORK TABLES In Uirly KhuIIhIi and Mabugauy. Sl.r.0 tn t20.
FOOT-STOOLS In Mabngaiiy, I'umed mid K.niy Knr.llsli; I'lni; mid-Leather
llphulxteied. RSO In tli,
MAGAZINE RACK8-r.uly UiikIMi nnd Fumed Oak. M to $15.
TABORETS nnuil nsFiirliiieut In all the llnlMii'x. Jl.ir, tu IS.
HAT RACKS In Ou'ldi n O.ik and I'llmed. II. Ml tn 20.-
COSTUMERS In Wmul mid Mi till, It r.O In 8.
RED CEDAR CHESTS and SHIRTWAIST BOXE8-0.7r. to 123.
MORRIS CHAIRS III (Jnlden0.ifc, Kiiined Oak, Muliiiguny nnd
with Veloiir, Silk IMiihh, Cretonne. Imitation U-iitlier mid
Le.Tther t'lislilons. IH to 10.00.
CHAIRS and ROCKERS For Library, I.UIng nonm, Parlor, Ileceptlon
Itooin,' Den mid lledriMiin; In Solid Miilinxniiv, Imltiitlnii lalingany,
Cinlden Oak.' Fiinml Oal mill lllnlseye; In Wood, Cine nnd 'lag Seats,
and upholstered In Tapeitry, Velours, Hair t'lotli nnd Lentliers. 12.50
to tss. .; -' ; . x .
TABLES For the Parlor, Library and lledroom; In eviry .finish.' I1.S0 tn
FOLDING CARD TABLE8-I4 to 14.50. , , " - " .
-In Fumed Oak. Rirly FukIIhIi mid Muhonaiiy. - 13 50 to
BOOKCASES-Ill Oak and Mlihognny. 123 tn 5.
For the Children
HIGH CHAIRS, ROCKERB,. CHILD'S WALKER8, 6WING8, DE8K8 and
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CHAIRS, and DOLL BEDS. .
Buy eariy and enjoy better service and larger atsortmenti. '
Articles purchased now stored forlater delivery.-'
Articles purchased now stored forlater delivery.
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ter service and larger
Articles purchased now
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"51. M. 11. Drummond. Thero Is
n psychological nuddennesil about
this picture, which hobos description.
The scheme of color Is lucid and the
sun has already gone down on one
side one side of Itself, ns well us
the picture.. We trust Mr. D. will
"ii". l)y one Howes tho front be
ing subject to the artistic tempera
ment, can't be rend, tho' tho cntnloguo
bus it V. C, which might well mean,
First Class. This landscape Is a
noinbro toned wnter-scupe, with laud
melting nt the sides. Tho reflections
of the sun cannot be very pleasant,
no ho seems to be thinking 'red,' and
tho' most cleverly hntidled, one wishes
to seo more of this nrtlst's work be
fore venturing too much into the
physlologlcnl psychology of Its Nebu
'61 signed II. S. Bllitt, la small,
but 'Oh! My!!!' It strongly sug
gests In number 'of birds tho 'Cranes
of .lbycus' tho' by reason of tho
technique, I may bo erring on thu
wrong side. Thero Is a simplicity of
complexity about the treatment Unit
ono often sees nnd feels in the Cele
brated Swedish Movement. This pic
ture is also labeled.
"No. 07 signed Mack' showing
how well known this nrtlst's nnme is
tho the ratnloguo hus It O. C.
Hodges. This ennvnss Ih must truly
an impressionist effort with colored
ehnlk and Bticeess. One often sees
this effect, while traveling through a
florid tunnel It has that mystic In
sight into the outside that blends nil
things sldowlsc until words mil.
Muck' bus achieved notable success
In two things viz.: tho next to im
possible nrrlvc-ment of depleting a
roadway (or tree it niattern not
'realism Is alwnys to be sacrificed to
tho Ideal) this line ns It were, tak
ing the absolute direction of the
Fourth Dimension! Q'hnt and the
successful anatomical aura which
completes tho side elevation of the
gay cnoller sitting ua tho green
swurd Mils being a finely drawn
point between being romantic nnd
rheumatic, the scene being luld In
"One picture, without number, tho'
labeled 'This Is a dog' attracts much
uttentlon. It .Is u serious siieclinen of
cnhlne nsperlty, which deserves moro
comment than I have tlmo or desire
"Standing erect, with Its eyes glued
to Its whiskers, it Is, Psychologically!
Hypnotically, Theologically, and Dot
nnlcally, all that might be expected
of It Technically It is linear, which
(lf.it Is a faithful portrayal) tho orig
inal from being served In u Tl loaf
for, us tho Kvenlng Ilulletln of Ho
nolulu" no cleverly nnd tenderly re
marked 'Kvery dog has Its day!'
"It Is safo to say, that I have never
seen nn exhibit like this before, and
I never expect to see nnolhqr, und
I have been In many placeB Seattle,
Portland, Mltwnukcc, Michigan, und
"The Causo Is noble, the Ilecntise
Justlllable. Wo need recrontlon In
this crumby world und these gentle,
gullunt nnd gifted men only prove
thut well worn remark from umnr
Confucius 'A little Knowledge Js a
"She who dined nt Knpu sends this
ns warning to her friends."
Uy One of the Rejected.
Ten nn Hoard the U. S. 8. ClnrliinatL
Tho officers of the U. B. S. Cincin
nati entertained In honor of Marjorle
Freeth. Miss Sopcr, Miss Hose Her
bert. Miss Hazel Huckluiid, Miss
Ulauyhe Sopcr, Miss Martha McChes-
nev. Miss Hattle Lucas, miss ranees
Couzcus,. Mlsa Kuth Soper, Miss V,
Iluckland and Miss Mury I.ucas at
an Informal dancing party and tea
thut waB given Saturday afternoon on
board, the U. S..S. Cincinnati, uanc
Ing wus enjoyed on the qunrtordeck,
and later elaborate, refreshments were
served In the wurdroom. Lar ranee
roses ornamented the long buffet
table. . '
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German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Sale tj Leullng Oroctn In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A.
S3 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
11,1 Waller Prancls Dillingham and
Mrs. Harold Dillingham have ilssned
cardB for a lnrsorecuptlon that' Is in
be glvcu at "Woodluwn" Monday aft
ernoon. Nearly four. Hundred Invlta
tiona huve.been Issueditlils.ovent will
bo ono of the principal social events
for tho ensuing week..
Mr. and Mrs. Sehacfefa Dancing Party
Tho dnnclng. party given lustSatuiv
fiuy evening at the Oahit Country
Club by Mr, nnd Mrs. Qustav Schne-
ler wus one of the most enjoynble
poclal events of the season. In fact
the entertainment by tho young con
plo who aro considered among the
leaders of the "smart Bet" of Hono
lulu, has get the social ball i oiling
for slnco the party given Inst week, a
number of dancing parties of n for
mal nnd Informal nature havo been
planned, and tho winter gaieties have
been stalled. Apparently there will
be no cessation until tho I.cntcn Hen
son, for. the social calendar Is tilled
wltli luncheonB, dinners, bridge par-
tics nnd receptions. Miss Wllhelmlna
Tenney was the guest of honor at tha
nffulr given nt tho Country Club,
Thoro wcro about soventy young peo
ple present nnd the club house,, with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrold Cnslle, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Nelson II. Lansing, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Olffaril. Mr. nnd Mrs.1 Al
fred Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I lode-
man, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank K. Thomp
son, Dr. und Mrs. Clifford Ii. High,
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jones, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs,
James Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. John
Wnldron, Mr. und Mrs. Frederick Da
mon, Miss Allco Mncrarlauo, Miss
Catherine Ooodale, Miss Josslo Ken
nedy, Miss Helen Achilles, Miss I.au
la Nott, Miss Havlland. Miss Nora
Swunzy, Miss Nora Sturgeon, Mi's
Catherine Stephens, Miss Iloslo Her
;ert, Miss Kthcl Spalding, Miss Kthel
Ulshop. Miss Cordelia Walker, Miss
Helen Alexander, Miss liernlco Hart
well, Miss Illnuche Soier, Miss Dor
othy Wood of New York, Miss Dor
othy Hartwell, Dr. Ferdinand lledo
man, Mr. Bert Clark, Mr. Kd. Hcdo
man, Mr. Robert Thompson, Mr. Wnl-
ier uycriiii, ;ir. iiunuru iiviiuiiiii. ,
Mr. Chnr!ler Herbert. Mr. Frnnk Hal- f
stead, Mr. Samuel Walker, Mr. Wll
llnm Itoth. Mr. ItlchoTd Wright, Mr.
Herbert Dowsett, llr. Dixon Nott, Mr.
Ouy Mucfarlane, Mr. Walter Kendall,
Mr. (Jcorge Fuller, Mr. flullford Whit
ney, Mr. Oliver Ionising, Mr. lluyard
Hyde-Smith, Mr. Harry (laylur nnd
A pretty marriage ceremony touk
pluco nt tho home of Mr. nml Mrx.
John Carden. Wednesday evening,
when their sister. Mix I'ntherlnu Vie
tnrln Woodard, beoanie the liildu nt
Mr. Albert , Arthur Whlteoinli. Thu
house wuh clalmrntely deenruted with
white i uses, ustrrx, clirysauthemuiiis,
rare palms and smllax. Tho Interior
of tho-home presented n tioplcnl bow
er. At half after eight Mrs. Jiidd play
ed Lohengrin's wedding niurcli, undthii
bridal parly nptmtrrd. I.lttlo Hazel
KiiTnisoiv and Master Walter Rainsnii
Here the rlliboli benrers and drew tl"'
liriMid Biitln rll,lH)nt, making un alslu
fur.MlMH Wondnril und her attendant
to push through. The children looked
very, attractive, and added 'to the ef
fectiveness .of the wfddmg party. Miss
Mai.. Carden wus the bride's only "at
tendant, mid looked glrllfh nnd pretty
as Shu preceded tho bride to the Im
provised nltur, where thu murrlngo ser
leo was iierfermed. Miss Carden Vns
clad in Jialo blue inessullne.'und cur
ried u shower bouiiuet of encluintreMH
ilnk carnntluns. Miss Woodard look
ed stately nnd handsome ns she wend
ed her way to plight her troth. She
wore n beautiful gown of white satin,
handsomely embroidered In pearls. A
Miower bouiiuet of bride's roses com
pleted the stunning costume. The
minister, the lluv. Dr. Heuddcr; tho
groom und bis best man, Mr. Adolpli
Oertz. met the brldnl party, nnd the
nuptials were performed under n mam
moth bell composed of white rosea nnd
tulle. Mr. John t'nrden guvo thu bride
Into the keeping of her future husband.
After the Impressive ceremony, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Arthur Whltcnmli held un
Informal reception, when they receiv
ed tho good wishes nnd congratulations
of their one hundred and llfty friends
who were with them on this auspicious
occasion. At half lifter ten o'clock u
delicious buffet supper was served, Ono
of tho diversions of tho evening was thu
viewing of tho bridal presents, which
were numerous and costly. "pieso
beautiful gifts consisted of cut glass,
its decorations of palms, rcatliery ,"" brlc-n-brac. china, embroidered
bamboo and while asters never pro-,'!'"''""- id everything conceivable to
rented n moro allrnctlvo nipearanco..K1'1'1'11'" ' "'"' 'r '"l1"- "HMr.
The porto cochero, Nemndus nnd tho ,"'"1 J,rH- Whltcnmli nru very popular,
Interior of the club house were fes- ""' ,"clr mn"' M'n "t,,'l,,,t,,, "'
looncd with lighted Oriental lantoriis.l""re1"" ' ""''n'l'f'rlng then, with
K,,nl' m.hilet elnl, nlnve.l lnsnlillnr "eiiiiiiiui iinu nppiopriuui Kins,
deux tenuis and waltzes, and furnish
ed excellent music during tho buffet
supper which was served at eleven
o'clock. Tho following guests who en
joyed Mr,' and Mrs. Qustav Schaefer'a
The engagement f Miss Hough, who
wns mi popular last spring during her
visit In Honolulu, Is announced.
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