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T. H., SATURDAY, AP.n. 13, 1912. EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
k.vAm'a. J m i ui
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lange Entertain.'
Mr nnil Mm. Itobcrt l,nnge enter-,
tnlniMl on Tuesday evening In lionun
of lliclr nlstor, Mrs, Danford of Kauai.1
Tho riitcrlnlnmcnt look the form of1
cards and was charmingly Informal!
nnd delightfully hospitable. Mr. and'
Mrs. Harrington won tho prlzcH tori
tho men nnil women, and Mr. Wllllnml
l.ow got llio consolation prize. The
limine wns prettily decorated with
spring (lowers which arc In such pro !
fusion Just now. Mr and Mrs. Range's
guests were Mrs. Daiifnrd, Mr. and!
Mrs. Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Cock-'
liiirn, Lieutenant and Mrs. I'rcstnn,1
.Indue and Mrs. Stanley, Mr. ntid Mrs.
Wllllnm Love. Mr. and Mrs. William
Daniel d, Miss King, Miss Mewling,
Miss McCorlno. Mrs. Emll Waterman,
Captain and Mrs. Game, Mr. Itavld
Anderson and Mr. Kwnrt of Kauai. A
delicious supper wns served at eleven
Miss Kamakea Magoon's Luncheon.
Miss Kamnken Magoon honored.
Miss (Jrnco Itobcrlson, whoso engage-,
tnciil has Just been announced, by:
IiiivIiik a luncheon for her. This love-!
ly party took placo at tho Colonial'
Hotel, which Is so delightfully arl
ranged for soclnl functions. The'
tabic was cxtiomely pretty, a low!
crystal bowl being most artistically'
llllcd with palo pink enchantress oar-l
nations and long stemmed violets.
Scattered gracefully over the stain da
mask were petals of cat nations ami
tho blossoms of violets, veiling the'
(enter piece. 1'nlo pink mclllno was
m-cd. The hour after luncheon was
devoted to social chit clint. Miss Mn-
goon's guests wero Miss Grace Ilob-j
crtson, tho guest of honor, Mrs. Henry,
ATong, Mrs. .Inmcs D. Dougherty, Miss'
Slbvl ltobertson nnd Miss Kthcl Whir
Judge and Mrs. Wm. Whitney's Daneej
Judge niul Mrs. Wllllnm Whitney,
weie host and hostess last night at al
small but delightful dancing party In
honor of Mis. Grace l)aIes nnd Mr.)
Guilford Whitney. Tho latter Is n con-'
sin of the Whllneys. Miss Navies Is n
much-feted bride-elect, almost all tho
huge functions of the week being giv
en In her honor. A round of social
activity has commenced for this very,
populur young girl which will keep hpr'
social calendar full to overflowing.
Yellow was tho color used In decorat
ing tho Whitney home. Yellow lilies,
jellow cosmos, yellow daisies, and yel
low chrysanthemums, with feathery
green pepper garlands draped over tho
balconies and staircase matin nil effect
ive showing. A delicious buffet sup
per was served at 11 o'clock, after
which dancing was resumed. About
sixty guests were present. .
Mrs. Francis Mills Swanzv's Tea.
Mrs. Kraucls Mills Swnnzy was tho
gracious hostess at a charmingly In
formal tea In honor of Mrs. i;ilcn
Weaver, who has Just resigned her
most useful and successful manage
ment of the Lunalllo Home. Mrs. Wea
ver will leave Honolulu In about n fort
night. Mrs. Swanzv's magnificent and
artistic homo was Blmpty and effect
ively decorated with spring blossoms.
Hugo vases of tho always greatly ad
mired hibiscus adorned the Innal. with
dark-red roses and fern. Tho place
cards wero suggestive of the Kaster
season Just passwl. Sowing occupied
the hour after luncheon most pleas
antly. Mrs. Swamy's guests were
Mrs. Weaver, tho guest of honor; Miss
I.nurn Nott, Miss Nora Swanzy, Miss
Geraldlne Neumann. Miss 'Nora Sturg
eon, Miss Ileatrlce Holdsworth, Miss
Harriet lnung. Miss Margaret Wash
burn, Miss Kthcl Spalding nnd Miss
Miss Geraldlne Neumann's Japanese
Miss Geraldlne Neumann wns tho
hostess nt n novel nnd cxticmely en
tertaining dinner on Monday evening,
when alio complimented Miss Violet
Mnkco by having this dollghlful party
In her honor. Tho table was decorat
ed a In Japanese". Tho guests wero nil
seated ou tho floor, ns tho Japanese
table does not permit of chairs. Dain
ty klmonoed Japanese maids attended
the guests nnd afterwards the gclrshn
girls danced for them, which was most
entertaining and pleasant. Miss Neu
mann Is ono of tho charming girls of
Honolulu and when sho plans a com
pany it Is always suro to ho enjoyable.
Miss Neumnnn's partv took placo nt
Walklkl and her guests wero Miss
VIolct-Makce, the guest of honor; Mrs.
Cdward Tenncy, Mrs. Helen Noonan.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Miss Hattlo Lu
cas, Miss Helen Achilles, Miss Cornet,
Miss Wllhclmlna Tenncy, Mr. Georgo
Fuller, Mr. Kdwnrd llcdcmaiin, Mr,
Georgo tinaarro, Mr Frank Arm
strong, Mr, Clarence Waterman, Mr.
Ozawa, Mr. Hob McCorriston and Lieu
Mr. Luther Hough's Pol Supper,
Mr. Luther Hough entertained at a
surprise pol supper In honor of ItU
birthday. The table was profusely
decorated In nasturtiums and at each
guest's place was an llimn lei. The'
place-cards were fancy, hand-painted'
heads; for tho girls were boys' heads
and or tho boys wero girls' dalntllv
garbed. .Mr. Hough's guests were Miss
Helen McLean, Miss Maigarct McCar-j
thy. Miss Carrie McLean, Miss Pearl
llnblnson, Mr. and Mrs, Llewelyn l'cr-
giiRon, Mr. Arthur Hough, Mr. l'lslier)
nnd Mnster Wllllnm While Harris. Tho
hour nfter supper was spent singing'
popular and college songs. 1
Miss Beatrice Holdsworth's i
Miss Helen Achilles, who Is to leave
Honolulu cry shortly, much to the
regret of a ery large number of,
friends, was the honored guest at u
luncheon given Thursday by Miss He ,
ntrlce Holdsworth. An oblong, low
basket llllcd with enchantress carnn-1
linns anil wnue Daisies rormed n
greatly admired centerpiece. The placo
cards were, as nil of this week's func
tions hnvo been, suggestive of Knster.
Mils lloldsworlli's guests were Miss
Helen Achilles, Miss Hcatrlcc llart-l
well nnd Miss Nora Swanzv. Needle
work made the afternoon pass nil too
Lieutenant and Mrs. Sheedy's Dinner.
Lieutenant nnd Mrs, .lames !'. Slice
dy wero host nnd hostess at a well
appointed dinner nt the Hotel Court
land last Thursday ccnlng. A russet
basket filled with palo pink and pale
lavender toned asters made nn attrac
Ivo nnd greatly admired centerpiece.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Sheedy's guests
were Mr. anil Mrs. C. W. Case
I leering, Lieut, and Mrs. Frauds (toy
Smith, Miss Dickson, Miss lMlth
Cowles, Lieut. Iloblnson nnd Lieut.
Mlis Nora Sturgeon's Tea.'
Amid gnilnuds of roses, i.lirylhan
themums, cosmos nnd calla lilies, a re
ception was tendered at the residence
of Mrs. Henry Watcrhoiisc In Nuuauii
to Miss Grace Davis of Modcsta. Cal.,
as a compliment to this honored guest
to meet tho friends of her hostess,
Miss Norn Sturgeon. It wns one of
tho most beautiful and elaborate of
the sprlngtlmo social events. About
ono hundred nnd twonty-tle friends
were bidden, nnd n thoroughly de
lightful and pleasant afternoon was
enjoyed by nil who wero foituuuio
Still Using the Knife
Biggest slash siice the Sale beganand the last we shall make.
We have everything marked down to the losing point. Our entire
stock must be sold regardless of results. We mean business. This
latest cut should send the goods flying.
IN PANAMA, SERGE, VOILE
ItiKUlar $ .1011 Salt $2.25
llcgu'.ir "5(1 Mule $3.50
llt-miUir I'.uo-Suli' $4.0
llcguliir ll(JU-Kulo $5.00
't' llllfl $1 Now.
' 1 Iiicht'H wide . 9 yards for $1
figured Silkoline. .3 yds. for 25c
Ki'Kul.ir l .in to JI--Now...50e
Hi-1 HJiccllng. .. .32'2c per yard
!i-( ShietliiK 30c per yard
k-l Sheeting. .. .27jC per yard
Itc'Kidar 3,c nnil 75c Hale
l'rlce 15c and 20c
Itigiilur l-'ac -Now -.3 for 25c
Iti'Hular 15e Now 10c
Itigular 20c Now 12'2C
Itegular 25c -Now 15e
SIX PIECES IN A DOX
llegul.ir 50c Now 15c
PLAIN AND FIGURED
Regular 75e u jiird-S.ile
price 40e a yard
Boys' Suits, Children's Dresses,
Embroideries, Ribbons, House
Dresses, Curtains, Towels, Mos
quito Netting, Laces, Muslin
Underwear, Ladies' Sunshades,
enough to be In attendance. Miss Slur
geon Is a very sweet and winsome girl
nnil is much sought In the social soi
of Honolulu. Tho house was most
beautifully decorated, a profusion oi
flowers greeting ono on nil sides The
reception-room wns n-bloom In jellow
lilies with cosmos and clmsnnthc
iiiiiniii of llio same Mifi. )cllow tone
Tho drawing-room wns mussed In el I
low roses mid hory-whlle calla lilies
Tho lanal, whcie refreshments weie
served, was most nrtlstleally decor.it
ed with pink rambler roses and jellow'
Mnrshal Nenl roues. Miss Sturgeon i
wns assisted in tho reception of her
giicstn by her mother, Mrs Henry Wn
terhouse, and licr gueits were Miss
Ornre Davis, for whom this pnity wns
nrrnnged; Mrs. Thomas Wall. Mrs.
Montague Cooke, Mrs. UlTerts, Mrs.
Clarence Cooke, Mrs. Richard Cooke.
Miss Allco Cooke, Miss (Itaio Cooke,
Mrs. Ocorgo Waterhoiise. Mrs I'red.
Wiitcrhnufc, .Mrs. .Inhn Waterhousc,
Miss Margaret Wateiiiouse. Mrs,
Oeorgo Iscnberg, Mrs. W L. Whitney,
Mrs, White Sutton. Mrs Prank Alher
ton, Mrs. Arthur Wall. Mrs I'rederlek
Lowroy, Mrs. Albert Wnierhouse, Mr,
Lemuel Stevens, Miss Florence HolT
mnnii, Mrs. Sherwood Lowroy, Miss
Helen .North, Mrs. SliiKlehurst. Mrs.
Chnrles Weight, Miss Knilierlue flood
ale. Miss Laura Nott. Miss Juliette
llartwell, Miss Ilerniee Hurt well. Mlis
Dorothy llartwell. Mrs Allien .ludil
Mrs. Lawrence .ludil Miss .tessle Ken
nedy, Miss Muriel llowaii Mrs How
att. Miss .Marlon I la. Hand Mr Sam
Cnstle, Miss Geraldlne Neumann. Mrs
Harold Castle. Miss WlilMrinnn. tiu
Kobson, Miss Cowles, Miss Achilles '
Mrs. A. Afong, Mrs. Will Uive. Mrs I
Jones. Mrs. Hepburn. Mrs (toy Smith.!
Miss Allco Cooper, Mis i:thel Spald
Ing, Miss Mary Cntton. Miss Homo i
Cation, Miss Nora Swnnrj. Miss ,luli
ette Cooke, Mrs. W. (iroenwcll. Mr, '
Harold Dillingham. Mrs Walter Dll
llnghnm, Mrs. .John P Prdinan, Miss
Jnnc Wlnne, Miss Kdlili Williams, i
Miss Iliiehannn, Mrs. Arthur Mcintosh
Miss Allco Thompson, Mrs. fleet, Pot
ter, Mrs. Waldron. Mrs. (Justav Schae-!
for, Mrs. ('. Waterman, Mrs. Robert '
Cntton, Mrs. Itobeil Ilctml. Mis
Hughes, Mrs. Lou llnldwln. Mis Krn
est Ross, Miss Ilorthn Knpko. Miss Hs '
ther Knpke, Miss Helen Alexander.
Miss Mnrgnret Walker. Miss Agnes
Wnlker, Miss Cordelia Walker, Mrs '
llruee C'nrtw right. Miss Sla Damon,
Mrs. J. Dougherty, Mrs .1 llcdcmnuu
Miss Prances Dillingham. Mrs Clifford
High, Mrs. Frank Thniniisi.n, Mrs
Klamp, Mrs. Cornals Mrs Cllffuiil,
Klmba". Miss Helen Kimball. Mis
Chester Livingston. Mrs Slnnle LIv '
Ingston, Miss Allco Hopper Miss VIo-,
let Makco Miss lllanche Soper Mis
W. Williamson, Mrs Arthur Wilder I
Miss Clulre Kelley. Miss Anna Tuck '
er. Miss Abbey Dow. Mrs Austin1
.loncs, Mrs. Ross Klngsbuo, Miss llnr
rlct oung. MIhh Angus. Miss .lean
Angus, Miss Kthcl Angus Miss Doro
thy Wood, Miss L'vdla MeSlocker, Mls.t'
lulla McStockcr, Airs .lames Plne.Mrs.
Uirrln Smith, Miss Ccrtrude Ilrown.
Miss Ileatrlce Holdsworth. Mrs Pr-dJ
Smltlj. .Mrs. Pred. Damon, .Mrs. Mai
colm Mclutyie. I
Jlrs. Charles Henry tlrown was tho.
hostess nt a pretty Informal dinner on.
Prlday cenlng, given In honor of Miss'
Sarah Meech Sheldon, who will ro ,
turn to her homo In Seattlo In June.
Miss Sheldon has been tho eighth-1
griulo teacher nt Piinnliou for tho pnst
four years. I
The llrown's pretty bungalow on
woocllnnii nvenuo In Mnnoa alley
was made especially attract he with
clusters of red carnations, ferns anil,
lines, covers wero lam for six i he
linnd-palntcd place-cards bore messag
es f I oin famous authors. Knch guest
was preheated with a corsuge bouuuetll
of KngllMh Inlets, t'pou n handsome
oinbrolilel'ei 1)irf,. nil tw.lllfwitn It. tlm
eonter of ihe liihle. was a French me' ' '
al basket. Mrs llrown's wedding glltj
lltflll IIIV IIIHIIM!',', I1ILII coiiiutiieii '
carnations nnd maidenhair ferns mo-i
tastefully arranged No less elaborate
was llio menu of I ho dinner, one dain
ty after another being served III fault
less style. Ihe first being Knsteru oys
tors on tho half-shell, grapefruit with
maraschino eheirles, roasted chicken
with dressing, crenmed new potatoes,
French peas, rnsclln Jelly, salted al
monds, olives, celery nnd tomato and
lettuce salad with inayonnnlxc dress
ing, Individual Neapolitan cakes, beau
tifully Iced, coffee and assorted nuts
and bonbons, Tlioso who enjiijed this
feaRt of I.uculliis wero Mrs. Drown,
Miss Sheldon, Miss Claire Henrietta
Uecke, Miss lllaucho M. I'olsom, Miss
Zonula May Hummel mid Miss Ruth
A WEEK OF MONEY-SAVING PRICES
Householders will find it much to their advantage
to avail themselves of the following specials
Next Week in our Domestic Department:
Huck Towels, 16 x 26
Huck Towels, 14 x 25
Huck Towels, 17 x 38
Cotton Damask Towels, 21 x 36
Cotton Damask Towels, 22 x 40
Turkish Towels, 13 x 27 -
Turkish Towels, 15 x 30 -
Turkish Towels, 19 x 36 -
Turkish Towels, 20 x 36 -
Turkish Towels, 22 x 44 -
Turkish Towels, 24 x 48 -
Turkish Towels, 28 x 48 -
Turkish Towels, 28 x 54 -Linen
Special at $ .85 per dozen
Special at .95
Special at 1.25
Special at 2.95
Special at 3.95
Special at .85
Special at 1.00
Special at 1.50
Special at 2.50
Special at 3.95
Special at 4.75
Special at 5.75
Special at 7.50 .
$1.95 to $15.00
SALE BEGINS MONDAY
ECSTATIC PROSE ABOUT HAWAII
"A land of haunting fragrance
touched ever so gently by Ihe linger
tip of Coil" Is tho way that Imogen
(Iieen (Hess, tourist, who lias been
making a IhIi to Honolulu, describes
Hawaii In a letter to the Sun, of Co
litso, Cal. The "fair tourist's word
palming contains tho following:
If a word wero a sigh and an ecstat
ic hearl-achc; If a word weio peace
enthroned on a flagrant altar In a cor-
This last sweep will be effective Monday Morning.
The first picking will be for those first in the store.
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
The Store for Bargains
iUnA ! tf !
Bon Ton Hat
Will have its display of $5 SPECIALS on SATURDAY, April
13. A great variety of shapes and trimmings. Even the most
fastidious will be pleased. Your Inspection is invited. Watch
for our Saturday Specials every week. All of the newest de
signs, both expensive and inexpensive, in trimmings and shapes
direct from New York,
Bon Tori Hat Shop,
CLUD STAPLES BLOCK . FORT STREET
MRS. E, E. DAVIS, Proprietor
uer of one's soul; If it went a Id! of
reerenco caught In a tear, descrlp.
tlou of tills IMen would be n simple
thing, hut words are naught but futil
ity. Under tho tropical sun, feathery fo
liage, tlko lllmy lace hung out to dry,
waves fantastically In tho haunting
breeze; broad, fanlike leaves of the
palm rest haughtily against a calm
sky. Humming birds dart gully In and
out it in let the honej suckle thaichcs,
mid brilliant, yellow-coated bees softly
kiss the heart of tho hibiscus alertly
nodding In tho scented air. The gor
geous pin pie of the liougaliivlllea inu
looks flow u right royally from tho
tops of high ttees, anil stately polnsel
tla blossom llnmcs n welcome. The
saucy "inviiah," a brown bird, wing
lipped, twitters Impudently his long
standing complaint ngalnst tho natives
for trniiHpnitlug him from Imlla,
though ho Is Mug of tho birds in the
The long wno-drenched, white-sand
beaches Unit strotch out to sea ure
Ideal. I'uli maids In brilliant beach
eostiuno wading, beneath n kindly
sun, knee-deep in lapping waters
striking out with bold couddenco to
greet a might) bleaker that catches
them and flings I hem back to safot ;
ihe foaming suif daubing high; lleeet
cliuuls Heating In an azure maze; the
sin f riders on lint, polished boards
standing long brown arms uklmbo,
swarthv bodies uplluiig In pel feet bal
ance, swept ashore by dashing waxes
- all a poetic plume too bewildering
for tongue or pen.
In Honolulu the dark-skinned elill
dron of Ihe drowhy i:astein sun are in
the mnjotity. One looks out upon his
lellnw Americans whizzing by ill nut
mobiles; upon tho nutlves In their
ipinlnt "phaetons drnwu by liimbcitnK,
loug-teggeii Horses; iiptiu the Chinese
Hotting past n-Joot and. now anil
ugnlp, u giggling, klmouii-elail Japan
eso mother with glistening blink hair
mid rosy cheeks, glides ilmldlt pie-i.
her Infant riding pic I, a back, bin mui
ilerlng round um staring nut uu
llluchliigl) upon a quite new world of
It Is all an Intangible dream of beau
tiful Ideas romp true, this lslt to a
cliv caught fast in tho mid ocean a
childhood laud made real, a delicious
couplet clipped from the pages of u
book of orsc.
HUM! the tropical rain Is wieldly art
Isilc "liquid sunshine" tho Islanders,
call It. Down It comes in the daz
zling! mellow light to bo caught by a
fanning breeze and whirled In llickei
Ing mist like the tine, white Haines
of Northern snows that but tenderly
enress tho cheek in passing.
Honolulu has no doubt such dry. ma
terial fads as population and area,
streets and public buildings, but 5 oil
must open jour geography to llud this
out. To mo It Is but a country of go
nial hospitality where the lovely
meaningful word "Aloha" rings out
coiilinuoiisl), where the vongcr Is
greeted with it and strewn with
wreaths of flowers, from whence wo
depart flower-laden with its musical
sound in our ears. I know mil) that
It Is a fairyland of birds and blossoms,
fruit and foliage, of tossing waxes and
melting sunshine, of glittering rain
drops like matchless diamonds Hash
ing lit tho sun's rays, of poetry and
moonlight mnduess. A land of haunt
ing fragrance touched cer so gently
by tho finger-tips of Cod.
On Jim want to reach cnunlrj pen
ptclW Hid Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
ft Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOUKAUD'S OKILNTAI,
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