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IN A GREAT VARIETY QF ALL THE LATE FASHIONS
Never has our Stock been so large or complete for this season.
EVENING BULLETIN, "HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, DEC. 16, 1911.
is the ideal way of making a sensible gift. It allows the recipient to make the selection.
Open every evening
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
The BIG Shoe House
v Chronicles of Society Folk
Filday nflcrnoon, tlicro was a moot- taking IIiIk long trip to lie with lier
liiK lit half past thtee, nt thu' home of tlltlo ones at Christmas time. O.i uc-j
C'l tt niii Mmlx. by seven of the In
ereslod orgaulzoiH to audit the nc
omits nf thu subscription dance, that
wan given on the evening of Decern
I or l'-lli nt the Alexnnilcr Young
Hotel. After all Ihu obrgullons were
met, tlieio was :t surplus of ten dol
hrs, which the joiing women agreed
nhoulil go nt n ClirlslninH gift to the
Salvation Army. Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx
ronht of business, the Senator couli
tljh. nit.trJk Ihu CilMllUMin lll
Lleiitoitant Vititgh, who took his cx
amtnatloiiH on the const, rctiirncil tn
Honolulu Tuesday on the transport
Major anil Mrs. Neville will, move
Die first or January Into the house
was ashed to sco that tho donation ti,lt H ue8 now occupied by Cap
was inline, inose who attended tne tntti anil Mrs. Arthur Marlx. This
meeting were Mrs Hoy Francis noi,e 0n Klnau street. Is surrounded
Smith or the U. S. Navy. Mrs. Ar- by one of the most beautiful, tropical
thur Marlx nml .Mis. lloss Kingsbury gardens In Honolulu,
of the U. 8. Marine Corps. Mrs. Ellzn-I -k it it
"cm utiuicn, .miss iieieu uocKwen Mr nI1( MrB- iHommedlcii. who
Miss Alleo Cooper an I Mis, Kather- nav ,,pn VI1)? ln le s s fax,,,,,'
lue Stephens-tho Misses McStocker limlsc on Kourtecnth neuue. Kalmnkl.'
were to liuvn been prcHcnl, but on lie- 11I1V,, tni., wpoi. ,.. .ho wiiiinlll
(omit of IIIiich of their mother, they stnwllriH resldenco at Wlhler nvenite,
coul.l not ntten.l. t whDrc ,hoy wlM rcs(Io ,mt1 le flrBt
I of the year, lit Junuary they will
Thou; was i' Jolly purty on tho movo to the Kalinukl district, whero
Rtcnmir llelouu Thursday to witness (hey have leased an attractive bungn-
tlit- opening of Pearl Harbor. Among low.
tills paily weie Mr. and Mrs. Rich
aril I vera, Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Walker,
Mi. mid Mis.- Ham Wilder, Miss Mar-.
Ion Scott nml others.
The officers of Fort Do Uussy have
leorlved orders that they will remain
In the Islands 'until April. It was at
II 1st thought that they would leuve
tint last of this mouth on tho De
i ember transport.
Mr. and Mrs. John I'nlmcr mid tho
guests of the Hotel Courtland arc
planning n Christmas treu for Christ
mas evo. "Santa Claim has prom
Tho Misses Wilder, daughters of
Colonel Wlliler of tho Klflh Cavalry,
were tho guests of Miss Norn Swnli
zy during tho week.
Mr. nml Mrs. Ditsun, of tlostoii
.Mass., ient Saturday and Sundny at
Schofield Uarracks, as the guests of
Captain and Mrs. C. Sidney HalKhl.
Miss draco Uobcrtsou entertained
Infounally at tea Monday afternoon,
In honor of Lieutenant Haimlgaii of
the 17. S. S. Dakota. The pleasant
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Ut'il to visit them nml u pleasant time ' umur. WUH K,vcn ul ,,,u nos.ess '"'"
Is beliiR anticipated ' "" ''"'B"1"" anil Alexaniler streets.
Mrs. Krlc Kiuidsen nrrlvcd Tuesday Mlss-Owynda I'avltt was met nt
on the steamer fiom Kuunl, and Is
ntnpplng at the Alexander Young ho
tel. Mrs. Krlc Kmidsen Is very pop
ular mid her friends have all been
eager to greet her. Her brother, Mr.
L'Orange, arrived on the Kuien, mill
Is also Htnpplng at the Young hotel.
Senator and Mis. George Kalrchtlil
il'il not tarry In San Francisco, on
leaving the steatner they started nl
Inost liiimedlalcly by train for New
Auckland by her uncle, Mr. C. Pavltt
of the New Zealand Shipping Com
pany. Miss Pavltt will make her fu
ture home with her undo and aunt.
In New Zealand. For tho past four
years, this young girl has been resld
Ing with Captain and Mrs. Dergcr of
this city who uro relatives on the
Captain Arthur Mnrlx has been con
fined to his homo for tho past week
Vol I:, whero tho latter sailed this with La flrlppo. At first It was fear
month on the palatial liner "Olympic, ' oil that he hail pneumonia,
for Kuropc. The Fulrchllds' children
me in Germany, tho youngest child1 Mrs. p. nlckerton has taken,, npart
Imvlng boon cuied of hip trouble, by ments at the Alexander Young Hold
ii German specialist. Tho mother Is for the winter,
None of the officers of the Pacific
licet have been accorded a warmer
Velcomo than Captain IClllcott of tho
U. S. S. Maryland. The gallant Cap
tain Mas been extensively entertain
Oil since his arrival in Honolulu. Cap
tain nilieott Is tho father of Mis. Unit
Kingsbury of this city. '
A great inanv Honolulu folk i.'nl
visitors enjojed tho Henlanl mlusliel
3how that was given on Thuisdny mid
Saturday Of last week. Cicdlt Is due
Mr. "Sonny" Cimhu, tho illiectnr. The
double quartet eoniHiseij of Mossn
Dyson, Cowes, Itosc, Smythe, Chil
llngw'orth, Mclutyre, May nud Malie
limn was especially line. Such u
splendid double quartet Is a rredlt to
Miss Violet Makee spent Sunday at
Miss Mnrjoilo Allen or Port Shar
ker visited Miss Kathcrlnu Stephens
for sowral dnys this week.
Mrs. Dnton nud two daughters nro
Nlslling nt "The McDonald."
Mr. HoBwell, furmerly chief engi
neer of ICwu plantation. Is now occu
pying n responsible ikihIIIoii In Cuba.
Mrs. Dos well will sail thu last of the
:1011th for Cuba whero she will. Join
Lieutenant and Mrs. Williams of
Fort Huger are the proud possessors
of a baby girl that nrrhed In Hono
lulu Thursday. The Army couple nro
exceedingly popular. Flowers, notes
of congratulation and dainty baby
girts uro being sent to tho happy
Miss Violet Makee entertained sev
eral young girls tit dinner Tuesday
evening. The entertainment was nil
Mrs. Francis Mills Swunzy and Miss
Swnnzy attended tho regimental hop
that was given at Schollelil llarrucks
Saturday fuelling. While at I.cll"
hua Mrs. Swnnry and her daughter
were the guests of Colonel Wilder
and tho Misses Wilder of the U S.
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. ltaymond and
Miss Violet Makee will Bull on thu
Korea, March the twenty-third, for
California. The doctor will tnko u
rest euro, and may bo gone front tho
Islands for several yeurs. They will
make their headquarters In Sun Fran
cisco. The doctor and his wife mid
Miss Makee will be iiilased by their
Humorous friends In Honolulu.
Mrs. John Wilder Is visiting with
tier son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Klwell Wilder, on Annpunl sheet.
NEW CULT WILL
Lieutenant James Pino of the I'. 8.
revenuo cutter Thetis arrived Tues
day on the steamer Koien Lieuten
ant Plno's In an Inge to Miss Ys.ibel
Cooper will take place on Deeemlivr
the twenty-third. '
Doctor and 'Mrs. Murrny enter
tiilued Iniurumll Wednesday evening
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uls,
who liuvn recently letumed from ti
trip to Australia.
Mrs. Joseph Shccdy Is looking pret
tier than ever since her enfoio-d rest
nt the Queen's Hospital, where she
was operated on for appuidh Ills.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lel hnxe
leased tho William Melnerny place for
hx months. Mr. and Mrs. Iwls and
sou Donald nre residing nt the Alex
ander Young Hotel, hut will move In
tit their heaeti linme on the Itrnr of
January. For tlte present Major nud I'lnlncil the new cult us f.
Mrs. Nevlllo offtlie V. S. Marine "" ' pronilily quite
Corps, are occupying the Melnerny
Mr. and Mrs. ,.I. M. Dowsett enter-
Inlned ii party, of friends at their
country homo nt, Waluinie, Sunday.
l.iHt Sunday :! number ot olHccrs
fiom thu Meet ufotored down to Halo
Iwu for lunch and dinner. Among
those entertaining friends were Lieut.
Commander Wells, Lieut. Commander
Major and Pay Director Hicks. A
number of the Junior otllccrs went
down on Saturday for tho wcek-ena,
Mr. and Mrs. llnrry II. Leur of
Svuttle have been spending the pnst
week at Hiilelwn.
Ouy (!ero and family returned to
town yestoriluy after n silensant so
journ hi thu country nt Ilulelwu.
The Ilulelwu Golf Cluh is having
Its annual dinner at tho llalelwn ho
tel this evening.
To make cheeko balls: To one cup
Two noted lenders of n healing cult,
the "now metaphysical movement."
have come to Honolulu to spte.nl
their" "gospel of tiuth" here, arriving
liv tho Koiea. They nre Mrs. M. M
Hunter Jones and the Ituv. ('eoige 1
Weaver, ami thev are preparing to
enlarge the "center" alieaily existing
The ltov, Mr. Weaver yesterday ex
known by thf citizens or Honolulu
that n renter ot'Metaphyslcnl thomtht
or Hxoterlc Christianity, Ins existed
In this city for mime time pist, hold
ing meetings In tho hall or tho Kilo
liana Art League. This new move
ment referred to above is for thu pur
pose of placing this general work up
on n more solid basis, nml for en
larging Its field of operation.
'The main feature of this move
ment Is primarily for ,tho spread of
Truth, ami tho development o( tho
thought f oices In man by lectures and
classes for Instruction, The Truth
referred to Is not Kxotcrlc or litem!
exposition of the word, nB usually pre
sented. The purKide of the move
ment Is to Inko the higher and moie
fnlversal ground of tho Spirit, In
short, to Inaugurate a Christian Unl
eislty Center, In the truest mid
hi oldest sense.
"This revelation of Truth. It will bo
seen, by the Instiut'tlons to bo given
being universal or Cosmlcal In Its
scope. Is In perfect harmony with tlui
leepest Intuitive tenson of man, with
Fort Street, Harrison Block
With a Complete Line aF IRISH, ARMENIAN nml CLUNY
All Klndi.of EMDROIDERIES nd LINENS and various
other FANCY nd NOVELTY GOODS.
. SUITABLE GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS-INSPECTION
Fort Street, Harrison Block
or grated stale cheeio mid one-thlid nil scientific data, and with nil s.tc-cl
or a tcaspoonrul or halt, n ilnsh or led hooks or the world, especially with
I epper mid a pinch of celery salt. Iloat tho Illble of IkiIIi tho Old and the
tho white or two tggs stiff; mix to- Nvv Testaments It Is primitive
t'other. Mold with tho hands Into Christianity revived nud picsenlcH to
bnlls and size of walnuts. Drop two ii'cct tho conditions of this twentieth
nt a tlmo Into n kottlo of ' billing century. Its purpnso Is to hnrmon-
lard. With n silver fork, or who ze mnii with hlmseir, his human
Mrs. M. M. Iltinler Jones, rormerly
or Tot onto, Canada, who for nunj
years has been engaged In the Meta
physical Work, and who for two years
pust successfully conducted the "Hume
or Truth" nt the Ocean Park, Califor
nia, together with ltov. Dr. Ceo. T.
Weaver, for many jears n clergynnn
of tho Methodist IZplscopal Church,
mid for jeats past n lecturer and In
structor of Metaphysics and Moder.i
Psychology, will for tho piesent, con
Hit uto the leadership or this new
"In addition to tho Monday evening
meetings which In thu future will be
conducted by Dr. Weaver, mid tho
Tuesday forenoon meetings, remain
ing unchanged as to leadership, there
will be a Sunday afternoon lecture
course for tho public, addresses to he
delivered by Dr. Weaver. Classes In
various lines of Truth will ho organ
ized later as demand for them may
piston keep the bills constantly lu
motion: ir allowed to rest on tho bot
tom or tho kettle they will pull npatt
mid stick. A moment is sufflctent to
with his divine, an I thus to consum
mate tho wotk of human redemption.
"This movement Is ror the purpoBO
or divesting the world of all social
blown them If thu lanl Is boiling. eH and of crlmo of every dcscrlp
Place on ordinary wrapping paper "on by pinllyliig tho world's hoirt
for an Instant nml then servo piping mid lifting (ho thought or the world
hot with coffee. iihove the vailous IMIs, It emluaces
within Its ampin scope the pitritlci-
Gold laco Ir. used to a giont extent tlmi of tho Individual tho family, tho
to trim whlto laco blouses "ror tho social, the commcirlal and tho pollll
Tho latest Parisian wedding gown
has it caplike adornment or till In lo
tho hair, with n tiny line of roscs
forming tut edge. The veil Is folded
over it and falls In suit, crisp rolds
nt each sldu of thu hem of tho drir.n.
Tho Parisian bride no longer walks
up tho nlslo with a veil concealing
her face. It Is now n real rnctnr of
Ihu beauty of tho whole costume.
Great ttrldes have been in.ulo In
the art or cooking ainong the r.nglish
women through the efforts of Mrn.
Lily llayworth Wallace or l-ondou.
She took the couise In the National
Training School of Cookery of Lon
don and ngter receiving her diploma
Mrs. Wallace went Into a bakery to
learn to bake then Into n butcher
hop to learn i'hout meats, nextUi .1
fin duuler'B to learn about lish. Sho
-thin bigau to Irctuio In the Ilatte'r
icj l'i hd-cmilc Institute, London, In
st'ruch!n ; children mid teachers and
having pvui'ng clms?s ror house
wives. At the recent pure food show
lnNev York Mrs. Wallace wo's tha
chler culinary expert lu the wonriu'H
cookery department Mrs. Wnllaco
regards America as the i Idlest coun
try In thu world In vmlety or foods,
hut believes tho people uro III fed
because of ptcjiullre against certain
kinds of food aid slight knowlcd'-to
It seems strongo lint thu favor
that w-ns denied Mowers In tile sum
mer, when they were most ' appro
priate, should ho iic:or.lcd trimmings
of this ehariiclcr for the winter wear,
hut such seems to he the tendency,
as Indicated In some of the latest
millinery fiom iibroad.
New cuT links for men atu short
liars of platinum, with t'uy peatls at
Chantllly laco lu both black mid
while Is ut-eil to rorm scant mftliM
on silk evening gowns. Ill ick over
while tnoiisselluc, tho whole railing
over whlto satin, Is qnltn iiopulnr.
The New Cross Roads Watch Fob
These fobs are beautifully enameled in goldoid and silveroid finishes mounted on a black leather strap with a
buckle to match. They are made from Secretary Wood's famous "Crossroads" map, showing Hawaii in the center of
the Pacific, equidistant from the various American and Oriental ports.
OPEN EVENINGS Saturday, Dee.
1 G Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Dec. 21, 22 and 23.
THEY MAKE DANDY PRESENTS
B. F. EHLERS CO.
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day, Dec. 18, 19 and 20, wc will keep
open ONE HOUR LATER, or till 6p.m.