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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, DEC. 16, 1911.
SOCIAL NOTES FROM THE CAPITOL
RCiiRISTMAS BRINGS PRESENTS OF
fi SINK AUTOS FROM VON IIAMM-YOUNG
A lalili'iirnm "was .eioivod liy the
turn Ihiii'iu nung Company 11113
week which put Inspiration Into tin.'
henrt of everj one of thi big corps
ot automobile salesmen In tlio em
ploy of this linn. The glut of the
cable wns tluit our old friend Santu
Olnus liail abandoned his reindeer
limt la louring the world In u slx
cyllttder Packard touring enr this
Year, dellwrltig lila presents to his
limny thousand friends. This Is n
lery gu-ut compliment to n I'nck
liird, as gantn Clmis has access to
tetcry factor) In the world, ntnl in
selecting n Packard shows IiIh treat
jtfilRUicnt tind discrimination.
'Amongst Santa Cluus' girts In Ho
nolulu this yenr nrc Included n fotir-
cylinder Packard phaeton nnd n slx
cyllnder Peerless1 touring onr. These
two gifts will be the most upprccl-
Lilted of nil the remembrances of Salitn
F Onus this yenr to the recipients, ns
i they nru the most acceptable tokens.
owing to their great features of
grace, beauty nnd usefulness. In thu
, modern times useful presents seem
I to be predominant, ami ii nioio useful
gift than a hlgb-clnss automobile
would lo hard to find. Tlio only dls-
: advantage of these two handsome
gifts Is the fact that they are too
Marge to go In the piotcrhl.il stock
; ('lirMiun Aclhllj.
Clillstmiis nctlUty Is everywhere
i jirevalent this week In the miiIoiis
i departments of the von llaiiim-Voting
Company. It Is a very Interesting
I Bight to see the scores of customers
' walking In ami out of the store ami
Isiilesioom, selecting the various pres
ents for their friends and families.
t Among the man) articles pint based
ifor Christmas me such supplies as
dashboard clocks, Shin and Klaxon
; horns, llllllklns, Klkn' heads, ami
f Stirlner emblems After all, eer
joilo feels ii great aloha for a gift
'which Is to be plated on n pet uuto-
r'lnoblle, tlio sundries being mi useful
ami i.o eoiistaiilly befoie the eye that
i the doiiatiir is always In the llmo
WILL DO IT.
E. O. Hall (& Son
The llonjir Iloll of tlio von Hnnim
i'oung Compan) this week shows
great ntltvlty, tlio following names
having been added to the list: W. II.
Iliuun, Theodore Hlchards, .1. S. Mc
Ciiudless, K Mahla, A A. Young, K.
A. Alevandor. J. K. Kniiunlnl.
Two more liames will be ndded
after Santa Clans' arrival with the
i l'eerles nnd Packard enrs on Christ
I mas D.iy. The Packard Is to be de-
jlhered to one of the most apprecl-
uieu ami loremost citizens o Hono
lulu, who more than deserts such n
lino machine. When tlio name is an
nounced people will realize the truth
of this latter remark.
W. K llrown purchased n nix-cylinder
model AA Stovoiis-Durycn tor
pedo of the 1912 type, which Is a
beauty In every way. shape nnd form
Theodoio Richards received his
new Cadillac, for which he has been
waiting for nearly six months,
!'. A. Alexander of Kleelc, Kauai,
took delivery of a 1UI2 Cadillac phae
ton, which he Is to tnke to Kauai
wltli dim the llrst of tho week.
'Sunn) .lint Hat Cur.
J. S. McCandless Is now the proud
possessor of a seven-passenger Puck-
lt.l ffVOflmv , t t Itl, Itlnl, I. a lu .it.
. .....I.,,,. .,,, ,,,. 1,1111,11 ItU 13 ,1,
ready performing his proverbial en
itd'tnliilng. The von llamiii-Young
I Company Is very proud to have Mr.
JlcCandless on the list of Packard
owners, as he is n man who nppiv
( elates all good tilings nnd will be
speak the merits of tho Packard all
'over the United States, where lie has
' made himself so popular amongst tho
A. A. Young took delivery of a 1UI2
seven-passenger Packard louring car
of the fiinr-ev Under tvne.
.1. K. Kapunhtl took delhery of u
fore-door Packard "18" touring ear,
willed he expects to place 111 tho rent
ihorvue on Kauai Tlio Packard eight'
eons hae proven themselves, us wet
lis the Packard thlitles, the most Ideal
lent tars in the service.
1 K. Mahla bought a Cadillac touring
ear for the rent service In Kohnla
(Special tlulletln Cnrrexoondonce.)
BY C. 8. ALBERT.
WASHINGTON. D. (., Nov. 27.--
Mrs Tiift mid Miss Helen Taft Joined
the President nt the While House soon
iflcr his return from his political ex
pedition. They came up ' from Hoi
Springs and reached home but n few
hours ufter tho President. Their re
turn nrrlvnl was the signal for n
number of small Michtl Affairs. Miss
Tuft went ove to U.iltlntore for n
two days' visit nnd attended n dinner
vlen by the parents of Miss Olgn
ttnoevelt, who Is soon to be married
The llrst little entertainment at the
White House was when the Tabernacle
I'lmlr of the Mormon .Temple nt Halt
Ijike City devoted nil evening to Mrs.
Tuft nnd n number of Invited friend?.
Senator Sinoot mnde .n special reipiest
'hat the choir be permitted to give n
irlvate recital nt the White, House.
t)r. llellsnrln l'orrns, until recently
minister from Panama, nnd Mine. I'or
"is left yexterdny for New York, where
th'-y will spend n week before snllliiF
for their home In Panama'.
Cnptnln nnd Mrs. John Onet have
returned to Wnslilngton for, the win
tir and nrc located nt the Westmin
ster. The Auslro-Hungnrlnii 'Ambassador
i ml ltnrone" Hengenmuller will snll
for this country on the Litsltnnln the
latter part of December, arriving In
N'ew York January i,
The assistant secretary of the navy
Hid Mrs. Itcckmnn Wlntlirop bnve re
turned to Wnslilngton nfler having
pent the last six weeks abroad.
Mls Flora Wilson, daughter of the
secretary of agriculture, has left Wash
ington, where she spent several weeks1,
for Michigan, to begin her professlon
sl engagements on n concert tour.
Captain nnd Mrs. John XV. Tlmmons
have taken the house of Mrs. Church
Ill Cnndee, In Ithnde Mauri nvenue.
for the winter. They now nre nt the
Itlehinond, but will tnke possession of
their house this month.
The engagement Is announced of
Mrs Mary WclmnNori Cnrr, widow of
Mr Pashal Carr. and daughter of the
late Mr. John Wrhnrrison' of Pitts
burg. Pa., to t.teut.-Col II. J. Slocum,
J' S A., now on duty nt (lovernors
The minister of Uruguay. Dr. Car
los Jiarla do Pena, has taken the
Schneider house, 1M9 eighteenth
street, which for a irimber of years
wns occupied by former Senator mid
Mrs. John F. Dryden.
;, .j j s s s. $ tt, t s, 5 j,
Hawaii. Ho selected this car on ac
count of the Kreat servlco which he
has seen tho Cadillac, render in tho
rough and muddy roads of Kohala nnd
During tho past threo months sev
eral Inquiries have been made of tho
von llamm-Yoiing Company us to the
purchase of u cur containing a Silent
Knight, or slecvo valve, type of motor.
Owing to theso Inuiilrles, which have
been incited by thu enormous adver
tising of tho mainland ncwsimners
mid trade journals, the. von Iliiinm-
Voung Company das decided to pub
licly announco Kb reasons fir not add
ing ono or tdeso typt'H to its list of
representations. In tlio first nlaco. It
slates Hint tho Packard nnd.Peerless
ollleers formed nn Investigating com
mittee and sont ono of their repre
sentatives to Kuropo to study the, mer
its of tho sleevo valve type of engine.
Tho representative chosen tn Umlv
this now typo of motor was one of
tho ablest critics in tho automobile
world, and ufter making a very care
ful and extended examination of this
typo lustnlled In foreign machines, lie
returned with two of the highest qual
ity sleevo typo motors. One was a.
twenty-four horsepower nnd one a
tlilrly-clght. These motors were ln
blulled in two stock machines nnd
operated sevcnty-flvo miles a duy for
a period of six months. The closest
kind of attention, scrutiny and study
were employed by various expert's
during the six months' trial, nt the
ond of which time these companies
voluntarily allowed their option to
Ono of the greatest virtues coveted
dy tho von Ilumm-Yoting Company
ever bIiico Us Incorporation In 189D Is
tho fact that It has novcr handled any
thing dot standard articles of the most
modern manufacture. The sel
ection of agencies Is one thing ot
which tho modern automobile con
cern prides Itself upon, and the array
which this company exhibits is only
of the hlgh-cluss and most modern of
an manufactured In the United States.
President W. II llrock of tho Chnt
mncxign (Tenn,) chamber of commerce
was shot nnd painfully wounded while
on his way up Missionary -ridge. Four
charges from shotguns wero fired at
him, ninny of the shots taking effect
In bis head nnd back. '
Dr. Wnyne Itabcock of Philadelphia,
Pa., cut from tho abdomen of a wo
man, whoso obesity wns her only ail
ment, twelve pounds of superfluous fat.
The purpose of the operation was to
reduce her weight.
The Hoard of Munition of Super
ior, Wis., has decided to engage nn In
structor to tench hortlcultiiie and
llorlciillmo to school children during
(1. Soderholm, a youth of 17, on his
way to the Canadian northwest, und
erwent an oiwrntlon for appendicitis
on tho ocean liner Lakn Mnnlinim
Tho ocean liner w;as slopped by dipt,
maun mr over nn nour.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. tlordon Crawford
did their 'children have gone to New
Invcn, limn, for tho winter.
Itepresi illative Flnley of Kouth Car
illnn has taken the Poor house, 1724
Ml-s nilzabetb Parker Crenshaw,
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus P.
'rehnsow, will Ik- among this season's
lebutalites, nnd will lie Introduced lit
n afternoon ten DeocmbrV 111. Miss
'renshaw will give n card party De
ember 21 In honor of Miss lllvern,
laughter of thu Cuban minister and
The Invitations for the wedding of
Miss Kvelyn Chew, daughter of Mr.
ohn I'hew, nnd Mr. Tbomns Huberts
(r. of Philadelphia, have been sent out.
eie ceremony will be on the afternoon j
f December 6 nt 3:30 o'clock nt tlio i
csldence of tho .bride's grandmother,
Mrs. Titian J. Coffey.
Miss rtiith Wynne, who spent the
uunmer In Kuropc with her brother-n-law
nnd sister, Captain nnd Mrs.
toitnld French, nnd das been motoring
n Italy, Ocrniany nnd Knltxerlnnd for
he past two months, will return to
'his city early lit December.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert J. Wynno also
'xpect n visit from Captain and Mrs.
''rench during the w Inter.
Gen. James A. Drain nnd family
'iae returned from abroad. The two
"Ider daughters. Misses Doris nnd
Katherlno Drain, have been In school
In England and on the continent slnco
September,. 1010. Mrs. Drain nnd the
three younger children have been In
Knglnnd ami .on the continent slnco
last April,-, ,
General Drain, who went over early
In September, hns been deer stnlklng
nnd bird shooting In Scotland with Sir
Charles lloss, nnd pnrtrldge shooting
with other friends In Norfolk.
Mrs. Duncnn U. Fletcher nnd daugh
ters, Misses Nell nnd Liailse, nre en
Joying n brief stay at thtlr home In
Senator Fletcher will leave Decem
ber 1 for Washington He will be
accompanied by his family. Mrs.
Fletcher nnd her daughters have n
ho-t of fi lends In JacKsonx llle who
regret that their visit will be so brief.
Mrs. William llcblen Noble, who Is
spending the autumn with her son-ln-law
nnd daughter, l.leut. filler mi n
Mlle-s. U. S. A., and Mrs. Miles, nt
Fort Myer, will open her resilience In
N street for tho winter the llrst of
next month. '
Miss Hmlly Ileattv, dniighter of Cap.
tnln nnd Mrs, Frank Ileatty, and Miss
Doiotby Tnyllir, daughter of Naval
Constiuitor and Mrs. Taylor, will make
their debut December 8, the Joint nf
falr lo take place at the home of Cap
tain Ite.ilty ut the navy yard.
Mr, mid Mrs. Francis Itowdoln
Crownlnshleld bnve concluded their
season at Ilea In Point, Marblehead,
Mass., nnil nro at the country home of
Mrs. Crownlnshlvlri's father, Senator-
Du Pont, Wlnterthur, In Delaware1, be
fore coming to Washington for the
General nnd Mrs. William remind;
lingers, who bnve spent the past seven
months In Kuropc, have letlirneri to
Wnslilngton nnd nre now located at
1730 I street for the winter. Their
sister. Miss lirounlng, who accompa
nied tliem, will b'avo III a few days
The military attache of tho British
embassy and Mrs. Mcl.aehlan linvo
taken possession of the house, 1327
Sixteenth street, which they have
lenseil for the season from Mrs. J.
Fnlrfli'ld Cnris'iiter. Mrs. Carpenter
has taken nn apartment nt tho New
Wlllard for tho winter.
Senator nnd Mrs. Clark of Wyoming
and their ilniigliter, Mrs. niyth, have
arrived In Washington nnd huvo open
ed their apartments In tho Ilitrllngton
for tho winter. They spent tho Inst
threo months In Ihirope,
Miss Hlennor Ttlrigely, who hns been
visiting her brother-in-law nnd sister,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Phelps llrown, nt Spring
Held, nss since her return from Kn
rope, where she spent this, Hummer
with her aunt, Mrs. Franklin Jlldgely,
hns returned to Washington nnd Joined
her grandfather. Senator Cullnni, with
whom she makes her home. Miss
Itldgely and her nunt traveled for n
time on the continent and bad n house
In England for a few months.
The Intention of tho former Secre
tary of the Nuvy and Mrs. Truman
II. Nowborry to remain ut their De
troit home, leaving tlielr handsnmn
Washington residence, on Sixteenth
street, closed throughout the winter,
Is n matter of great regret to society,
Mrs. Newberry ond Miss Newberry
have, deen Important factors In tho
social life of the national capital and
will bo greatly missed.
They probably will como hero for
n few days tho latter part of Novem
ber or early in December, but their
douse will do unopened for tlio sen
Word dnB been received In Wash
ington of the appointment of Count
Julio Gulnrzn, llrst secretary of tho
Spnnlsh Legation here, to n similar
position in MoxIcA. Count Galarzn.
who caino to Ibis country about n
year ago, will lenvo next week for
Mb new post. '
Sonor Don Manuel Willis y Merino,
second secretary of the Legation for
somo tlmo, will bo piomoted lo tho
post of first secretary,
Mr. und Mrs. Robert Todd Lincoln
of Chicago, who huvo 'taken tlio douso
ot Mrs. A. E. Lutes nt Seventeenth
nnd X streets, occupied for tho last
few years by Senntor nnd Mrs. Depew,
for u term of years, will como to
Washington and take possession about
tho last of this month. Mr. and Mrs.
Lincoln expect to irtako their perma
nent winter home here.
But all in vain.
We Have Sold 80 Per
Cent of Our Allotment
of 1932 Packard Cars
Deliveries are on a schedule and early
orders are the only safe way to make sure of
a desirable date of delivery.
Three sizes; The Packard "Six," Packard
"30," and Packard "1 8." A dozen styles
of open and enclosed hodies.
We will he glad to arrange for a demon
stration. ' Catalog of complete fine on
'1912 Packard '"S,x,kTl.aelon " "
vio owns one
. CnjUaln WWliim 0. Kay. V. S. M. C.
mid .Mrs. Kay have taken nn ap.irt-
1 iiieut in tho Dresden for tho winter.
They have us their guests for u few
days Major Stanford II. Wndlmms, U.
S. A., and Mrs. Wadliams.
. Colonel John It. Williams, U. S. A.,
nnd Mrs. Williams und tho Misses
' Williams linvo opened their icsldence,
midnight. Decern ber 24th had
livion. Standing oir B ishop street in front of Coyne's
furniture store, an un fortunate man was discovered
muttering at odd intervals, "Too late! Too late!"
policeman proffered symoathv and heln.
The disconsolate one refused to be comforted. ' Pressed
for a cause of his evident distress, the wretched man said,
"Yoo late! It is too late! The result will be terrible. Dec
ember 24th, 1911, has gone forever and I have forgotten to,
get that piece of furniture my wife told me to order at
l'3l2''It street, ufter spending tho sum
mer In Maryland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Lelter nre stop
ping with Colonel and Mrs. Wllllnius
lor tho present.
MIsb Kuth Jones nnd hor cousin.
Miss llaniian, nre spending a fortnight
ut Norfolk, Vn., guests of Lieutemint
Coinmnnder Lnrlng Stone, U. s. N
nnd Mrs. Stone.
passed into ob
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