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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, DEC, 16, 1911.
(Continued from Pago 13)
Friday afternoon Mrs Clifton C.ir
ml Curler ctitortulncd n number of
rlillilieii In honor of licr mm, Coleman
('.liter's eighth birthday Tho eigh
teen children IiiiiI ae delightful time.
Most of the nflcrnoou wns devoted
In jiipiillr games At four o'clock
ilcjldnus refreshments wcio served.
Tho color scheme for the nmilr wns
pink nnil green. The lnrgo lilrtluluy
cake wns orniimenteil wjtli eight pink
candles. Aiiioiir those present were
Mnotor Coleman Carter, Hauler Harry
Wilbur, .M.iry Wlllmr, Muster W'nilo
of tliv r S. N'nvy, Hugh Cooke, 121
niuor Cooke, Cotejuaii Tlinberlulie,
Ilegimild Tlmborlnke, Douglas Gulltl,
Mirshall Carter, John Gere, I).
Came, Al.iu Caliiplicll, Jack Cumpt
dull, Warren llohdy, I.ognu Shephoid,
I'rnnils Edwards, Itoliert Carter,
UtiiiB'1 Minl, Waller .Inlninun, 12.
C.ijloi, Anne Oaylor anil others.
C.iplulit iinl Mr. Wilbur's Dinner.
Friday evening. Captain anil .Mrs.
Wilbur tulertalneil at their hoiiio ul
Fort linger. In honor of Mr ami Mrs.
ll.ii ry !.e.l The charpcter of the.
entoitnlnnient waB a dinner. Couth
were arranged fo eight
.11 rs. Turn it' Card l'arl).
Mis Turner, wlfo of Lieutenant
Turner of the IT. 3. Artillery Corps,
has Issued cards for n bridge party
that Is to lie given on tho iilBt (if Do
(ember. Mrs. Tumor's father and
mother, Colonel and Mrs. Ilruwii, IT
S, A., are lsltlng her. Tho party Is
to be given In honor of her mother.
Admlra'l and Mrs. Thomas' Dance.
''Wednesday afternoon the llngshlp
'vns gaily trimmed with pennants and
flaps. The ncrn'lun was an Informal
naming patty tint was given In hon
or their guest. Miss (lay. Tho ship's
hand furnished the music, dancing
vas enjoyed on the quarter depk.
Ivciy one was so enthusiastic (iter
:ho putt), that tho dancing continue 1
rflcr seven o'clock. Tho Admiral's
cabin was deeor.itcd with yellow chrj
santhcmunis and palm", whoic .deli
cious refri'shmenls wero vervnl.
.Mnong those piescut vvoio Admiral
end Mrs. Thomas, Miss (lay. Lieuten
ant and Mts. Itecs, Lieutenant ami
Mis. ilhoiiuley, Mlsi Kdllh CNrole,
Miss Wilder and Miss Violet Wilder
of Lclklnia Miss "Nora Swnuz, Miss
Kathcrlno Stephens, .Miss Ileatrtca
llolsworth, Miss Allio Cooper, Lieut
I'hodes. l)r Augwln Lieut llenngard,
'.lent Dnvlcs, Lieut. Iluun and other
nlllccrs of Iho ship.
JINs Hooks' llmirlittr 1'iirtj.
Miss llnogs Is ontertninlng about
fifty of her friends at n dancing par
ty that Is to bo Riven nt her homo on
Maklkl street. Elaborate prepara
tions, In tho way of decorations, nto
being planned, Kaal's orchestra will,
play during the evening; all Ihe latest
music for" dent temps und waltzes
will bo played. Totted palms, moun
tain greens and cut flowers will form
u piomlncnt part In tho decorative
scheme. At half after ten, a supper
will be seru-d. During tho Intermis
sion the orchestra will sing plaintive
and sweet Hawaiian melodies.
entertainment on U. S. S. California.
Admiral Thomas was privileged to
invite fUI guests to tho hum that was
given Thursdny at Pearl ltaibor. Thn
luau given In honor of tho opening of
Pearl Itnthor. Among the Admiral's
guests wero Queen Llllunknlanl, Ad
miral and Mrs. Cowles, General and
Mis Macomb, Captain and Mrs. Ma;
rlx, lion. Benjamin Dillingham, Ma
jor and Mrs. Neville. Judge and Mrs.
Dole. Captain and Mrs. Carter, Cap
tain mid Mrs. Galor, Governor Krear.
The Gift of Gifts
Christmas and Jewelry .are inseparable.
The question for you to decide is what
article is most suitable ih each case.
The fitness of the gift to the occasion
ought to be considered. A gift ought
to be something more than a mere pre
sentation of something worth about so
much. We would say that our stock
furnishes innumerable suggestions. All
your gift wants may easily be supplied
from it with profit to you and saxisfac
t ion to those you wish to remember.
Because Jewelry is liked, by
everyone, as we said "It's the
Gift of Gifts." Our cases are
brimful of new goods.
H. F. Wichman & Go.,
.t4wwkJWfctafcW,ttir,J (dlutu l- ' .'" It nk.v.l&lJjLSitLltUS!UTi&A'll
Mr. and Mrs. Wnltcr Dillingham, Lt
and Mrs. Hoy Smith, Mr. nud Mr.
(Icrrlt Wilder, Lt. and Mrs. Hoes,
ludgo nnd Mrs. Alcxnndcr HohcrtEon,
Mr. and Mrs. 12dward Tcnncy, Miss.
Tcnnoy, Mr. and Mrs. Krancls Mills
ijwnnzy, Mls Nora Swnnzy, Lt, nnd
Mrs. Kingsbury, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold
Dillingham, Miss Kathcrlno Stephens,
Air. and Mrs. James Wilder, Paymas
ter, nnd Mrs. John Irwin, Lt. nnd Mts.
Calhoun, Lt. nnd Mrs. Wade, Com
mander and Mrs. Chester Wells, Jlis
Dobbins, Lt. and Mrs. Lang, Captain
end Mrs. Harlow, Miss Clay, Lt..and
Mis. Owens, Miss Kdlth Cowles, Mr,
and Mrs. (Icorgo Davles, Admiral
Houthcrlnnd and tho officers of the
U. S. S. California. Tho party left
Honolulu In the morning, during tho
ojngo to Pearl Harbor Kanl's quin
tet club nnd tho idilp's hand, altern
ated with music. Thcro wero no dec
orations In cldcnce, until tho flag
fhlp entered Pearl Harbor, when tho
ship was In full color, every flag nnd
pennant wns raited as the ship en
tered tho harbor, it was In gala at'
tire, for tho auspicious event. As
roon as tho ship hroko tho ribbons,
toasts, were proposed nnd drunk by
Admiral and Mrs. Thomas nnd their
Kiicjts. After Iho ceremonies nt Pearl
Harbor nnd tho limn, tho U. 8. S.
California returned to Honolulu. Oil
tho return trip dancing wns enjoyed
on tho quarter deck. Ten and clnh
rrato refreshments wero served be
fore arriving In Honolulu.
An important christening will tako
place on the II. S. S. Maryland uot
week, when Lieutenant and Mrs. Uoss
Kingsbury will havo their beautiful
young baby christened. The event Is
to tako place on tho Mar) land, for
little Miss Kingsbury's grandfather, Is
Captain Klllcott of tho Maryland. A
gain tlmo is being planned, tho Im
portant event will probably take placo
In tho Captain's cabin.
Invitations are nut for n Now
Year's dance to bo given by tho
Misses Kamnkln and Kmlly Magoon
at their homo on Lunalllo street.
Members of the younger society set
are anticipating this event with
pleasure. The guest list Includes one
hundred nnd fifty.
Lit ns learn In lie content villh
vitint vo hate. Let ns get rid nf
our false rsllniulrs, Ml up all Ihe
higher Ideals n quid Iiihiic; vines
of our own planting) n few beaks
full of Hip Inspiration of n genius (
n fen: friends worthy of being loved
nnd able to love lis In return; n hun
dred Innocent pleasures that bring
iki pain or re mar set delation In
Hie right Hint will never snrrvr; a
sliiiplp religion, empty of nil bigotry,
fnll of trust und hone and love
mid to such ii philosophy this world
will give up nil Ihe empty joy It
has. David Swing. "
SOCIETY NEWS IK OM WASHINGTON
Mlss Montgomery occupies an In
teresting position among tho buds ot
the year. She Is n native Washlng
tonlau with largo family connections
on both sides, nnd Is n niece nnd
mimesnkoi of Mrs. Kdward Douglas
White, wife of the Chief Justice.
The engagement of Miss Katherlne
McCook of New York City nnd Hugh
S. Knox, the second son of tho Sec
letary of State, is announced. No
date has been set for tho wedding.
This wedding will bo tho third In
tho Stato Secretary's family within
live years. It will bo tho second tlmo
Tho Minister of (Sreoco nnd Mmc.
Coromllns, who luivo been absent
from Washington for mora than a
year have returned and arc estab
lished att he legation In Columbia
toad. Mmc. Coromllns was formerly ccmber.
Miss Anna Cockrell.
Tho now Minister from Honduras,
Dr. Kuusto Davllln, Urns arrived in
Washington nnd Is nt tho Hotel Cor
don until ho has chosen n liout-o for
tho winter. '
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Igure,
day .afternoon, December 9. Miss
llowiy Is 11 ounger sister of Miss
lCltmbcth Howry, who made her debut
a year or two ago.
Thn engagement Is announced of
Miss Lucy I.00 llrlseoe, daughter of
.ludgo John P. UrUcoo nnd Mrs. llrls
coo of Prince Frederick, -Mil., to I2n
slgn Forney Mooio Knox, U. S. N.
Tho wedding will tako placo In Dc-
that tho nuino of Knox Is linked with who spent tho summer abroad, havo
that of McCook. Secretary Knox 8
oldest son, J. II. Itecd Knox, nnd Miss
i:ilznbcth McCook of Pittsburgh wero
married January 28, 1907. The mar
riage was without notice, except for
a telephone message from tho brldo
to her grandmother Just before tho
depaituro of tho pnlr on their honey
moon. In March of Inst year tho youngest
Kin of tho Secictary, Philander Chasn
Knox Jr., ran away vlth Miss May
Holler of Provldcnco, II. I. Ho wns
nineteen mid his brldo tvventy-ono
Miss Kathcrlno McCook Is the only
daughter of Gcncrnl Anson 0. Mc
Cook, one of tho family of "llghtln.;
McCooks." General McCook was hoc
retary of tho United tutcs Scnnto ror
returned to Washington nnd nro at
their hoiiRo in 1 street.'
The military attache of tho Russlnn
Embassy, Colonel llaron dc Mode, left
Washington for 11 visit through tho
West to tho various military posts.
Ho will spend some tlmo in Califor
nia, returning to Washington about
Decembor 10. Ho then will go to
Now Yoik to meet his slater, Ilaroness
Elizabeth do Ilnde, who Is expected to
land December 20. Thuy will tako a
liouso In Massachusetts avenue for
Miss Mary Howry, (laughter of
Mr. und Mrs. Chnrles Wood Tlndlc
of Pittsburgh, after an extended Eu
ropean trip, arc located at the High
lands for thn winter. Mrs. Tindlo
will be recalled as Miss Hello McGlil
nf Philadelphia and Washington,
Mrs. Miller, wlfo of Ctiiptutn Archi
bald Miller, II. S. A., and their small
son, who spent tho last several weeks
In Atlantic City, uro now tho guests
ot Mrs. Millet's mother, Mrs. Whit
side, at Florcnco Court.
Mrs. Itobcrt Taylor, wlfo of Sen
ator Taylor, has arrived In Washing
ton from Tennessee, und Is at Stouo
Iclgh Court for tho winter.
Mrs. Ilryce has loaned the use of
tho ballroom of the Urltlah Embassy
for tho llrst of a scries of two lec
tures on Oxford University, which
will be given by Mrs. Margmet L.
Woods of England for tho bcnellt of
.ludgo nnd Mrs. C. 11. Howry, will ho ,tho House of Mercy.
ono of tho debutantes this Vyeur and The llrst Icctuio will bo on Mon
wllt bo presented at a tea at tho day afternoon, December 13, 11 1 1:3(1
Washington Club, In I street, Satur-o'clock, tho subject being "An Old
University nnd Its Continuity." Tho
other icituie, which will bo tho fol
lowing afternoon, at 11 place jet to
bo announced, will he on "Modern
Mis. Woods la 11 well-known Eng
lish writer und lectin er, und sho will
bo tho guest of Mrs. Ilrycu nl thn
Embassy during her stay In Wash
ington. Sho Is tho "widow of Ut II.
C. Woods, master of the Temple nud
Into president of Trinity College, Ox
ford. Mis. lloswell 11. Hoes, Mrs. John
Illddto nnd Mm. P. Ue Phillips me
tho members pf tho ticket committee.
Miss Mlldied Sherman, a (laughter
nl Mr. and Mrs. W. Watts Sherman,
will bo mairled to Lord Cnmoys. De
cember 2, In tho homo of her parents,
No. 83S Fifth avenue, New York City
Tho ceremony, which will bo per
formed nt I o'clock, will bo witnessed
by relatives only and will ho followed
by 11 small reception. Miss Sherman
will havo only ono attendant, her sis
ter, Mrs. Uivvrenco L. Glllcsplo.
Tho engagement of Miss Sherman
and l-onl Camnjs was announced lusi
summer In Newport. Lord Cunio
enmo to Now York lust winter to ad
an ono of tho ushers at the wedding or
Miss Vivien Gould nnd Lord Detien.
Senator Cullom nf Illinois, iiccoui
pnuleil by his sistcr-lti-lnw, Miss
Flslicr, has returned to Washington
and Is at his residence In Massuchu
setts nvenuo. Miss Eleanor Cullom
Hidglcy, granddaughter of Senator
Cullom, who has been spending tin'
summer abroad, will Join him sliorlh
ri . j , . 1 ;
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c4S CHRISTMAS TRESEftfS
A Present of one of my
wi(l be most acceptable
The recipient may arrange for sittings at a convenient time
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