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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. SATURDAY, DEC. 8, 1911.
(Continued from Pag 13)
OF ALOHA TEMPLE
'James S. McCandlcss Host at
' of Fez Make Merry Amid
Th setting for tho Shriller' lull
,tliit wa give-! Inst evening by Mr. The bachelor guests of tho Colonial
Jumcs McCandless, was n veritable1 Hotel will ho hosts this evening; nt an
,,. . . ,.., ,, 'elaborate dancing .party that Is to
ralrylnnd" and will llnRcr In the bo m n ionor ()f tho OIlornu0
memory of thosu present, n lie onu ,, Mr8 lo,crl siilnslc. The Hotel
of the most beautiful arfalrs that they Colonial wllf be handsomely deco
lme nttended. Tho host Is tin Ideal rated with palms, nags, pennants and (
entctalncr ,, ,s entitle ,., tho " An formal .epllon
t.itlon of n royal entertainer. Tlw ,,,,,. 1o lc ,,llllcP( whcn ,ho llvllC(
fund Ion was given at tho Alexander guests will pay their respects to their'
Young Hotel tho handsome i-ilMco' hosts and tho guests or honor. Tho
rus beautifully and attractively dec- c" "r "" ' "" ""'" "'" uu
., iwhllo and green. During tho rcccp
oratcd for the occasion. 0cr tho ton B,ld for ln0 dancing Krnest KnalVi
main entranco was tho insignia of the, ,,x(.ccnt orchrotrB wm rtirnlsh tho
order, ilono In different colored elec- music i)Urng tho evening a cooling
trie lights. Tho reception mid ball cverBe ,)f 1M,nch will bo served by
look placo on tho top lloor. both ball rorp8 )f ,wltcr8l nd a buffet sup
rooms were handsomely ilcforated In ,,cr wt )0 Hcnc( before midnight
palms, Bhrlncr pennants and Hags In Kvcrythlng that will tend to promote
the order's colors of red, yellow and tlio comfort nnd enjoyment of the
green. Tho reception was held in tho' (.nests has been thought of by tho
mauka ball room, in the receiving line liosts. and tho afTalr is sure to bo a
were Illustrious Potentate James Mc- great success. Tho hosts on this
Candless and Mrs, McCnndlest, Past I auspicious occasion aro Mr. Wake
Polrntato C. n. Wood and wife, Past, Held, Mr. Dames, Mr. 0. Dlorkmann,
Potentate Matinlo Phillips nnd wlfu.'Mr. Jack Lyull, Mm. Gerald Irvine,
Past Potentate (1. C. Ilockus and wife, Mr. Splcer, Mr. Schenkcl, Mr. K. An
.Past Potentate Ilrockmns nnd Jwlfe drews, Mr. Chester Cnrmlchncl, Mr.
and PaBt Nob!o Hobert lowers nnd'Gcorgo Cowan and Mr. Nygrcn.
wife. During the reception one of Messrs. Jack I.yall, Wakefield, Irvine,
Knal's orchestras played soft and mcl-J Darncs, Splcer and Dlorkmann will
ullous Hawaiian alrB. Oor tho dlas net on tho rccoptlon committee. Dur
rn which tho musicians wcro station-ling the week tho following Invitation
oil, was a largo symbol composed of was received:
the crescent and seemlier, that Is nil Your presenco is requested nt u
emblem that has beon adopted by tho
order. Tho figured was designed In
red, )ollow and green electric lights,
tietwecn tho roof garden, connecting
the two ball rooms was lighted with
hundreds of electric lights, covered
with Oriental lantorns In pastel
shades. Tho garden was tilled with
nalnis. fluwerinc shrubi. Each side,
ot the long promenado was hung with
he lanterns, and hero and there wero
.trmncpri tmnlml tnnUlmr htnbinn
baskets, nileii with rem. nn,i tr.ninff
vines. During tho entire evening,
punch and lemonade was served. Aft-
or tho reception, tho guests partlel-
pated In the dancing, both ball rooms
being used for this purpose. After,
ten o'clock an clnborate collation was
hened In tho upstairs dining room.
Duo of the distinctive features of tho
afialr was tho appearing of the noblet
in their fez, which lent a delightful
touch of color to th.o function. Among
tho friends ' who assisted Mr. Jnnioj
McCandless In tho entertainment
wreMcssrs Frank rtlchnrilsnn. k" n.
rBiE' J,,,e and George II, Angus. Over
- . ' in, unions were issu
ed wtilch Included n 1 the Shrnors of
AlnhaTomplo, u,so tho kltliig Shrin
trrtfrom the mainland,
sAniong those nbscmd wcro Dr. nnd
Mrs:C. II. Wood) Mr. and Mrs. Mnn
.nle" Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Bockus, Mr. and Mrs. Robort Lowers,
Mr- and Mrs,, Ilrocknns, Mr. nnd Mrs.
1 G, Abies, Mr. and Mrs. A. hrens,
Mi,;!). W. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
ttpyrxe Angus, Mr- and Mrs. Arml
iugeMr. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Ash
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Austin, Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Bartott, Mr.' nnd Mrs.
Frank natchelor, Mr. and Mrs. .J.' J.
BelBor, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Blerbach,
Mr. and Mrs. Blancliaid, Mr. nnd Mrs.
,K. K. Bodge, Mr. and Mrs. CharlCB
Bon, Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Bowler, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Ilruns, Mr. and Mrs.
Buchanan, Mr. nml Mrs. Thomas
Church, Mr. and Mra. Percy Clcghorn,
, Judgo. and Mrs! Honry Coopor, Mr.
apd Mrs. Walter Coombs, Mr. and
Mrs. John Craig, Miss Nina Craig,
Judge and Mrs. George Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. F. Dillingham, Mr. J. C. Kvnns,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frazlcr, Mr. and
Mrs. W. GoeU. Mr, nnd Mrs. Harry
Gray, Dr and Mrs. M. Edmund Gross
man. Mr. C. 8. Hull, Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
F. Helltiron, Mr. K. R. Hondry, Mr. J.
H. HcrtBchc, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
flofrman, Mr. C, S. Holloway, Mr.
Frank Howos, Mr. C. Irwin, Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. M. Johnson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Thomas James King, Mr. and Mrs.
J.,,M. Levey, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis
Jr.,,, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mackintosh,
Mr, and Mrs. Genrgo Martin, Mr. and
Mrs. John McCundloBs, Mr. and Mrs.
F. , B. McStocker, Miss McStncker,
MIfs Lydln McStocker, Mr. and Mrs.
A. M., Merrill, Mr, and Mrs, Paxson,
(f,Roscoe Perkins, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Retrlo, Mr. H. G. Plummer, Mr, and
Mrs. Porter, Mr, and Mrs. Pratt, Mr.
and Mrs. George Renton, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Richardson, Mr. and Mrs Roth
well, Hon. and Mrs. Robert Shingle,
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Smith, Mr, and
Mrs., Edward Spalding, Miss Spalding,
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mr.
Richard Trent, Mr, and Mrs. J, Wal
dr'on, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Waldron,
p'r, Alfred Wall, Mr, nnd Mrs. Arthur
Frederick Wall, Mr, and Mrs, Thomas
Wall, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Webster,
Mr, 'and Mrs. L. M, Whltehouse, Mr.
and' Mrs. Gerrlt P. Wilder, Mr. nnd
Mrs. H. II. Williams, Mr. C. K. Wright,
Mr. and Mrs. Joan Young ana otners.'Pratt, Miss Fanny uoogs, Mies Nora
Social Event of Week Men
Untiring 1'iir!) at Hole! Colonial.
to bo glen by tho bachelor guests
of the Colonial Hotel
in honor of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Itobcrt W. Shlnglo
on tho Evening of Saturday,
December Oth, 1011, at 8:30.
Among the Invited guests are Mr.
nnd Mrs. R. W. Shingle, Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Macfnrlane Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs.
0- C. Deckley, Acting British Consul
and Mrs. Harrington, Major and Mrs.
B. J. Tlmbcrlake, Mr. and Mrs. Carl.patton. Mr. It. W. Perkins. Mr. Frank
Wldemann, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ynek,
Ji"Ik und Mrs- A- G ' Kobertann.
Mr- nnd Mr8, W' Uinz- Mr' nml Mr8,
w' Campboll, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
- nriT'i '
"" I4S1H io. u. .... Irf i .-..,
Herron, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder, Mr. und
Mrs. Jnmcs Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chns. F. Chllllngworth, Mrs. Dcla
tcague, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wall, Cap
tain and Mrs. A. T. Mnrlx, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Wm. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs.
Kelson Lansing, Mr, and Mrs. F. D.
Lowroy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherwood Low
rey, Dr. and Mrs. Johnstone (Fort
Shatter), Miss Allen (Fort Shatter),
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Glgnoux, Mr. nnd
MrH. II. G. Danford (Wulpahu), Miss
Mattlngly (Wnlpnhu), Mr. and Mis.
R. K. Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Da
mon, Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Glffard, Mr.
and Mrs. Gustuv Schaefer, Dr. und
Mrs. Philip Frcnr, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Bryan, Captain and Mrs. K. J.
Johnstone, Llcutonant. nnd Mrs. Wil
lis, Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. Potter, Mr. nnd
Mta W. I Howard, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Harold Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Cartwrlght' Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I). E.
Monney, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Heluer,
Paymaster and Mrs. If. E. Stevons,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Sheedy, Mr. Mark
P. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lewis, Mr. Dnnuld Lewis, Dr. Carl
Ramus, Dr. Jelllngs, Dr. nnd MrH.
E. K. Watorhouso, Miss Allco Mac tar
lane, Mr. und Mrs. II. Haysolden, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Kellar, Mr. and Mrs. K.
Blanchnrd, Mr. and Mrs. Kugone'
Campbell. Mr, and Mrs. George Klu
gcl, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Thompson,
Dr. nnd Mrs. C. B. High, Mr. and
Mrs. K. W. Sutton, Mr. und Mrs. Porcy
Clcghorn, Mr. and Mrs. Elinor Wlnant,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Angus, Mr. nnd
Mrs. 11. L. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. Mor
rill Johnstone, Mr. und Mrs. James
Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gray,
Mr. and Mrs. Matthow Graham, Mr,
and Mrs. K. B. Humes, Mr. and Mrs.
Ilrlggs Hanoy, Mr. and Mrs. J. Len
nox, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bntchlor,
Mrs, E. Church, Miss Agnes S. Ar
mour, Miss R. Jeffs, Miss Johnstone,
Miss Helen North, Miss Florence
Hoffmann, Miss Laura Nott, Miss
Muriel Ho watt, Miss Plnklmm, Miss
Catherine Stephens, Miss JesBle Ken
nedy, Miss Allco Porter, Miss Dlancho
Soper, Miss Rosla Herbert, Miss Vio
let Makee, Mlsa Wilhelmlna Tenney,
Miss G. 'euinann, Miss Hattle Lucas,
Miss Edith Williams, Miss Ethel
Bishop, Miss Ethel Angus, Miss Ron
nie Catton, Miss Scoby, Miss Juliette
Cooke, Miss Ethel McKcnzie, Miss
Grace Robertson, Miss Constunce I
Simpson. Miss Irene Gertz, Miss Helen
Girvln, Miss Isabella McCorrlston,
Miss Florence Gurrey, Miss Florence
Winter, Miss Grace Carroll, MIbs
Emma Lyons, Miss Emily Magoon,
.Miss Karankla Magoon, Miss Zeavc, '
Miss M. Lane, Miss Daisy Taylor,
Miss Gwendolyn Blair, Miss Helen
Walklns, Miss Ktnhnla, Miss Hill,
Miss Eunice Pratt, Miss Jnsephlnn
EtUMt fcM I7A0
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
. t -
Rriliund U. 8. rtent Offlce
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
Ta SU by Letting Grocers In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co' Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS., U. S. A.
53 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
Sturgeon, Miss Harding, Miss Par
sons, Miss Agnes Uiichnnnn, Miss
Marjorlo Freoth, Miss Myrtle Schu
mann, Miss Frances Couzcns, Miss
Jean Angus, Miss Myrn Angus, Mr.
Alfred D. Cooper, Mr. Ouy Macfar
lanc, Mr. Chas. Tillman, Mr. Geo.
Fuller, Mr. Horbert Dowsett, Mr.
Percy Dcvorlll, Mr. Jack Lyall,' Mr.
K. Androws, Mr. Chester Cnrmlchacl,
Mr. Dlorkmann, Mr. Chas. Cowan, Mr.
Wakefield, Mr. Splcer, Mr. Dames,
Mr. Schcnkol, Mr. Hare, Mr. Nygrcn,
Mr. Ocrnld Irvine, Mr. Dixon Nntt,
Mr. J. Young, Mr. Wm. Schumann,
Mr. Dradford Sumnn, Mr. II. Sinclair,
Mr. T. P. W. Gray, Mr. J. Macaulay,
Mr. Jack Ouurd, Mr. Frank Hooks,
Mr. Cyril Hoops, Mr. Percy Nottage,
Mr. Frank Bailey, Mr. llobort Paris,
Lieutenant Bleter, Mr. Frank Arm
strong, Mr. A. I). Clark, Mr. J. A.
Worrall, Lieutenant Price, Mr. L. (I.
Henderson, Mr. Frank Anderson, Dr.
L. N. Case, Mr. R. O. Gray, Mr. James
Dunbar, Mr. James Barton, Mr. Ray
Howes, Mr. C. D. Wright, Mr. Cnrr,
Mr, Lloyd Kmmcns, Mr. Oliver U.
1-nnslng, Mr. Henry Damon, Mr. A.
l. c. Atkinson, Mr. Frnnk Clcghorn,
Mr. E. F. Melanphy, Mr. Ed. Hede-
mann, Mr. Howard Hodemann, Dr. F.
F. Hedomann, Mr. Hurry Cobb, Mr.
Dan McCorrlston, Mr. L. Magoon, Mr.
E. Magoon, Mr. A. Magoon, Mr. F. C.
Monell, Mr. Ashley, Judge W. B.
Lymer, Mr.,a. II. Whitney, Mr. Wal
ter Kendall, Mr. W. R. Roth, Mr. Mar
tin Oruno, Mr. Ellis, Mr. R. Catton,
Mr. R. W. Anderson, Mr. Kamp, Lieu
tenant Blair, Mr. Sum Dowsett, Mr.
W. Rycroft, Mr. Sam Wnlker, Mr. C.
Herbert, Mr. C. B. Worthen, Mr. Chas.
Captain and Mrs. Game's Dinner.
Captain and Mrs. Game of tho U. 8.
Army havo Issued Invitations for a
dinner that will ho given on tho even
ing of tho arrival of tho transport,
vjhlch Is duo from San Francisco,
Tuesday, Dccehibcr tho twelfth.
An Informal dancing parly Is being
planned by about fifty of tho young
socloty glrln of Honolulu. Tho dance
Is to take placo Tuesday evening nt
the Alexander Young Hotel, and the
afTalr Is to be given ill honor of Rear
Admiral anil Mrs. Thomas and tho of
tlcers of the Pacific fleet." Mrs. Wulter
Cowc. Mrh. Montgomery Macomb nntt
Mrs. FranclH Mills Swunzy will act
as patroncssex. Following Is an In
complete list of tho young- girls who
will act as hortcsscs: Miss Edith
L'owIch, Mli Nora Hwanzj', Miss II. .
Achilles, MIhh M. von Holt, MIsh L.
Nott, Mlsa A. Mncfurlanc, Miss X.
(Sturgeon, Miss T. Neumann, Miss C.
aondule, MIim K. Williams. MIh& I.
Dulentyn9, Miss It. North, Miss F.
Ifntfinun, Miss' E. Bishop, Mlsa A.
Cooper, Miss I.' Cooper, Miss A. Tuck
IT, Miss Helen Qlrvjn, Miss I. (toper,
Miss II. Hoper, Miss B. McCorrlston,
Miss K. (Stephens, MIsh V. Mukeo, Miss
II, Lucas, MIsh ). Robertson, Misses
Angus (3), Mss II, Rockwcl, Miss W.
Tenney, MJsh J. Kennedy, Miss M, Al
len, Miss E. Bishop, Miss Clark, Miss
Case, Miss ZclKlcr, Miss Kreeth, Miss
D. Wood, MIsh E. Spalding, MIsh E.
Pratt, Miss M. Catton, Miss R. Catton,
MIssph Ilogan (2) of Spokane, Miss
McBtochcr, Miss ! McStocker nnd
others. A number of young married
people, both town folk and service folk,
To on 8outh DskoU.
Lieutenant Hnrrlgan gave a pretty
tea In honor of Miss Gruco Robert
son. Tim wardroom of tho II. H. H.
Dakota was attractively decorated for
the occasion. Mrs, George Wallace
chaperoned n bevy of girls.
Ferns nnd -violets were scattered over
the table and small favor bouquets
were at each placo. Tho Lyons and
iWllion are making Honolulu their
itopplng place until after the holldajn
and are sight seeing, after which
lhy will conttuiic. tholr trio around
Our Store is the place where every person
in the city should visit. It is a good place
to buy Christmas Presents.
The practical kind they are appreciated for a long
What more practical and beautiful gift is there than
a Writing Desk? Our assortment is so large
and varied that you cant help but find one to suit
your requirements, We have, them in
Gulden Oak, from $10 to $48 Fumed Oak, from $10 to $38
Mahogany, from $15 to $50 Birdscye Maple, from $15 to $26
Circassian Walnut, from $20 to $28; Desk Chairs to match, $3.50 to $15
Music Cabinets are also very acceptable. Good assortment in oak,
mahogany and walnut. $14 to $28.
Come in any day and inspect our Christmas stock of
THE IDEAL GIFT STORE
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haldwln of
Maul have been stopping at the Young
Hotel.- , ;i ; "
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tarlton have taken
up a temporary residence at the llau
Tree, Walklkl, where Jhqy, will rcsldo
for three or four ''months, in the
spring of 191:! they are contemplat
ing building on their beautiful prop
erty in Mniiou Valley.
Mr. und Mrs. Den Iluldwln of Kauai
mo planning to spend two weeks in
Honolulu. Mr. Iluldwln is manager
ot Makawcll plantation, und camo
out to attend the meeting ot the
Planters' Association. Mr. and Mrs.
Hen Iluldwln are stopping at tho Al
exander Young Hotel.
Col. nnd Mrs. A. Coy no entertained
at dinner on Tuesday' evening for Mr.
anil Mrs. Lyons anil Mr. and Mlsa Wil
son of I.os Angeles.
Violets worn used for decorating
the tabic A, ccntorplece of cut glass
being filled with tho fragrant flowers.
Mrs. Mann and her two daughters
of Detroit, Michigan, are visiting Mr.
nnd Mra. lHommedlu of this city.
Mrs. IHomnicdlu was a MIsh Mann
prior to her marrlago'.
tatters havo beon received from Mr.
und Mrs. (Icorgo Kinney, who ox
pressed IheniRelveB charmed with
their now home In Manila. Thoy aro
living on tho seashore in a commod
ious and quaint house ot Spanish
Chronicles of Society Folk
Cheapest in City
Tricycles, Automobile Wagons, Folding Go Carts, Baskets, and
many other varieties of TOYS for CHILDREN. :: Bicycles,
new and second-hand for sale and for- rent. :: Bicycle parts
carried in stock, and repairing at reasonable rates.
Phone 514 ' 163 King St., near Alakea St.
architecture. Mr. and Mrs. Kinney
possoss numerous friends In Army,und
Navy circles, as well as among civil
ians, nnd hnve been In a whirl bf
gaiety since their nrrlvul. Although
they enjoy their now homo thoy havo
not forgotten the charms of "Iluwull
Colonol nnd Mrs. Ilrown, tho form
er u recently retired army officer, of
tho Artillery Corps, are visiting Lieu
tenant nnd Mrs. Turner at tholr homo,
nea Knmchamcha school, where Lieu
tenant Turner Is military Instructor.
Mrs. Turner Is n daughter of Colonel
und Mrs. Drown.
Captain and Mrs. Arthur Marlx of
tho U. S. Marino Corp will sail for
tho mainland cither tho last ot this
month on the transport, or on tho
btcamcr Wilhelmlna on the third of
January. It was hoped that the Cap
tain could stay two months longer,
but his orders camo this week. Tho
Captain and his wife, nnd Mlsa Ste
phens have endeared themselves to
overynno, nnd their coming departure
Is rcgrottcd by the entlro commun
An Illustration 'of bow smnll the
world Is, Is given by tho meeting In
Honolulu of Doctor Dykes, surgeon of
tho U. S. South Dakota, nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. L Tcnnoy Peck. In tholr recent
trip In Kuropo, tho latter met tho
young naval olllror In llollnnd, and
tho meeting added to tho pleasura ot
both parties. Tho trio traveled ex
tensively through that country, and
when "their ways parted" they each
expressed the wish that they would
meet again, but on account of the Ha
waiian Islands being so fnr distant,
they did not expect a fulfilment of
their wishes for some tlmo. One can
well Imagine the surprlso evinced
when on the arrival of tho U. S. South
Dakota, it was discovered that Doctor
i Dykes was stationed on her.
I Mrs. Daniel Hand and two children
will leave next Friday for their homo
at Schofleld Iiurracks, where thoy will
spend Mho Christmas holidays with
Captuln Hand, of tho U. S. Artillery
Corps. Little Miss Agnes has been at
tending Mrs. Hendry's select sohool.
on Pcnsacola street, and Muster Dan
Hand is attending tho preparatory
school at Ptinnhott.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis, and son
Donald returned to Honolulu on tho
iitftlt of this month from Australia.
Mrs. Lewis and Master Donald have
beon visiting relntivcs In Melbourne
for tho past four months. Mr. lev'ts
took tho round trip to Australia In
order to escort his family homo.
' Paymaster nnd Mrs. John Irwin are
stopping nt the Moana Hotel. This
popular young navy couple are being
accorded u 'wa.rm welcomo by their
numerous friends, In Honolulu. They
were rucsIh nt tho same hotel two
years ago, when the Pacific fleet win
In porf. Their friends are delighted In
know thnt they v. Ill bo In tho Islands
until the middle of January.
Mr. and Mrs. Ooorgo Tlodlck, Miss
flerahflno Neuman and tho Ilodlok
children aro occupying the B. Faxon
Hlshop homo nt Wolklkl, whero thoy
will remain for several weeks. I
Mrs. Uric Knudsen will nrrlvo Tuea
dad, December 12, from her homo nil .
KjuuI. Anticipating her arrival, , u
number of the friends of this popular
matron Invited her to be n bouso guest
at their homes, but owing to the short
liens nt her stay and tliu fact that
Christinas shopping wilt ilcnuind much
of her time, Mrs. Kiiudsen hart 'i'
chlod to make her heniliiiiiirtrrR nt tfio"
Young Hotel, Senator Knudxcn, who
has been nt I'ahang, Is now rn roll I o
hiim. und , will Join Ills wife here pu
December 22. They will take the mjxt
steamer after his urrlMil for Kauai, tn
spend the holidays ullli( thrlr chil
dren. Mrs. Kniiilsen Is nlso iiiitlelint
Iiir tho arrival of her brother, Mr. IIii'iih
rorang on tho steamship Korea. Mr.
I'Orong has been traveling extensive
ly In (iiTinuny ami tins not seen his
sister for several years. He will uo
roinp.iiiy her nnd Keimtor Knudsen In
Kauai, and will spend several, iiiuntba
us their guest.
WILL LAY CORNERSTONE
OF ST. MARY'S MISSION
An Interesting M-rvlcq will be hold
on Sunday at 2:S0 p. m on the Into
recently purchased by HI. Mary's Ml'1"
slon, .Mollllll. The corner-stoiie of the
new building will be laid, nnd friend
of the mission are cordially Invited to
attend.. Tho bishop wfll nfllclutc,' nnd
shoit addresses will bo made. !.
To reach the site of tho now build
ing, take tho King street ear midfeet
oft at the corner1 -of McCully strcK:
then walk oiu block toward tho haie-"
ball ground. ' ,
MR'. RICHARDS TO SPEAK,
"The Man Who Did Not Arrive," Is
lh novel topic chosen by Theoilo'o
Richards for his address tn the Y. M,
C. A. Sunday uftinmnn nt fM n'cjnrk.
All young men are Invited to tho
meeting. HlraiiKfis In the city will
And this a good place to get ne-u.ilnteil.
mm Kraft "t
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