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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1012.
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of embroidered boudoir BlIppcrH. tho MAftAME ARADIF RETURNS
l,oob prlzo was given to Mrs. Tlmy '""" HDHLNC neiuniVd
Play Given bv the Honolulu School
(pom Page 13)
Aiidiow Kulltr mill Miss AIIco Ooniol.
The Mrt. Charles Hlee'n Luncheoi.
Mi Cuiiuihora. 1m) wrote
Mm l Itoso and trained tho bo) s who Mm ( niuli'S 1 1 1 1 of Llhue, Kauai, Hllii Tribune.
i..ok purl .loseixcs unlimited praise ti'erlutued mi l'rlilav of last week in
I i tin i at ef ii I nml p.ilnstnklng man honor of Miss loscphlno .Super or lio jIr am jrs (;corgp ( Hockley' months on
mi hi wlili Ii tho youthful youngsters uiliilu Tho talilo was iililoom with , ' .,rl.,.li'frn, l Ioik.1 ulti anil will
ai ini'ir pans umioi ins cnroiiu en Klu'li piiiK iiimsiiis which uiu uu Mioml a month at tho St
it tlun ami inpublo loathing. 1 he at- crown to Hiith ptrfectlon Mrs ltlio's rH ioc,i,,y u,l8 former)
tun iiiiik piact i.iti t'toiiiu i no see- guests wore .nisi jimi'ihiiui; oue-,, .v Campbell Argonaut
uU effects, us was ilio elictrlcnl anil uiu Ht of honor, Mrs A S Wllco, .
toitiitiiliiK. wore nil done iieiordlng to Miss Kute Wilcox Mrs Hulph Wilcox,
ill Camilher's Inlerpieiallnu of tho Mrs Phillip ltlii'. Mrs Putnam, Mrs
rulrt talo Thoihlldren showed great L)ilg.Ue, Mrs I'unls, Mrs Hogg, Mrs
tult lit. Hii'li uolso for- such youlhx In Carter. Mis llniailhcnt 'I he nftir
Mop was made at llalelwa for lunch i Miss 'lliolmn I'arkor nrcoinpnnliil at tho hotel nml nt illlTcrcnt liomt'S. 'I ho prizes wero given to Mrs Inmes 1 nvo canls out for n Rtirflng ntnl swim
win after which tho partj motored by her cliiirmliiK moihei, Mrs I'reil tho guests nficrwaiil koIiik t lit (lullil, llrst prize, nu Irish lncc Jnbut, inlng iarty on Monday oenlng
l.nek In Inwn i Knight, mo In town seleillug Miss liquet- 'I lie townsrolK lmo Ot'ell tor coiiMiineioii, anss mire, u tiuiiiiy pun
I'arkor s trosscau illalls linltod,
. -j ... tt it a 1. 1. ........ inn. I ! k k k
I'rldn) eienlne entertained, at bridge Mr ,! Mrs llnrrx Poster Dmtoii ('"" and Helen M.Lou., er. and was a set Of bridge caVds Mrs.
unit ".00. ill liotinr of Mrs H V Woods ffnw. ft Hlntier iliimu nt the llnrllll
nnd Mrs T C White or Ixona .Mrs game Country Hub In honor or Mls ' im.nim.ii-t-.iiii. ... ...tut ........ . -.- Mrs llnr. iin.i '" '" AbnUIn retmnod liy the So
U'.....lu nn,l Ilr I'llln! IrmW III.. l.rl.lc'M flow,.,, o II,,,,!,!,,.. ,! Mr I rl,.ni..r lUllt'ttO AtllCTtOll. i JlrS LOUIS UIHIOrWOOll, Mrs Hart) 1111(1 .,....,,.. .'.II...1 ..
prices Mrs. lohn Watt and It T I'or tjtowdlu ArKunnul i
rest won (lie '.00 prizes The "boob) i Dr. and Mrs .lames Imld will up
prle" takeis. repeetlel. were1 Amoni; tlie oultoliiK iiassenueiH on llo In Honolulu on .Inly lTlli nfter a
lltorKP ltichardsoii anil .lohn Watt - die H. S Mongolia lime II will bo ilellRlitful nnd pleasant tttp through
I I.lcut. nml .Mrs. II I! 'I urner mid fnui lliirope. Dr. itnd Mrs Jmlil write of
Illy, who Intend 10 sprnd the Hummer llieli Rood lime mid the pit usurp tin
inp is KivniK iiiern.
The newly-renointpd homo of tho
it. W Shingles Is nbout rtnily for of
riipaury, pnil has been enlarged and
mndo very beiiiillful Mr. and Mrs.
SIiIiikIo will occupy their home from
The eiiKam-melit of Marjorlc llpll
Allen, a daughter of Dr and Mrs. Hob
eM T Allen or Itedlands nnd I.lenteu
i'rantis.i Mr ami Mis Wlllanl lliown will
liiatrko Iiae Iipip on Tnesihi) foi mi extend
ed trip abro.ul
Mr. and Mrs llenr PreilerlLk With-
hae .aids out ror a tlxe hundred par- Webb gcU m Mrs I ngpr, Mrs. " " ' ', - V, "
Miua Ariiuir inaier. .Mrs a. hi inner. ' " " - -" v "
Ml., llnr., Mr. IM.,.r lll,orlU llni 1 UlllII .IHIlillIie rtlllllllU irilVPIIt'll e-
I Charles Warn, Mrs .lumen Oulld, Mis'. t-iiBlv.-I on the mainland nnd fumll.
Chniles Lewis, Mrs William Camp ;-" " " ...- ...... ...........
hell. Miss Marjon IVecth and Miss " "' ""J ,,f '"y '".'IK '""1 '""y
Mis. (;lln duMch was liostiss nt a
tin in , i ii'ii puirt; iup niivn jwuuin in i ,i IP HI n iiniiuit,iii .tis. . ,.,.. '
lnruMi.nl.hlHK 'I ho play starts in a noon was pl.as,.h spent playi.m .,""" . l' ' "'" "?.. " '71
hilMind-s camp Jim outside r.ilrvlaml bridge , ,f ''"!,l,"!orH- ' , A M' ,
mop or brUnils are stated 'about .,-', .me , , '?rta - J. on; or,
tin lint HhiKiiiK llu clikf (oniiH niul Major and Mrs. John wholley's
with him a fnir IVIuush whim 1k Dinner.
htm itttiiln mill., mwl ii III I. ..I. I "... . .a,..u.lan .i.mttiir Mill it fltlil f fU
Mttn I1IIIUC lH i T U 4(1111 till! IIWIII 11J( tll-ni!4IJ f. I 'lllllrii I'l'IJ"1 ' .. . . j ,
rtiiiHiim. I he brlnmilH me at .1 loss John Whollev eiiierlnlned at dinner at m '" !,.',"y! n "! "r "r '"'" M ''"
as in whni to do Willi Hie I'riu.ess bin thtlr h.velv home at loit SlinfH r. I lie
dually ili i lil.' to keep her aiiiun.il. tablt .mil house decorations were In
Sltep llnnll owrtonies them Camo, i .Ink 'I he guests hud the pleasuie of
Hip l'lrst liifuntr) Hand, which was
stationed In the mnkal lanal, the lnn.il
being benullfully lighted for the occa
sion An exciting rulibei or briilfo
was enjojed b) tho guests after din
ner Major and Mrs Wliollej'H
guests were (Icneral and Mrs M M
charming tea In honor of Mrs Alfred
Willis on l'rldn afternoon About
eighty friends responded to the gra
clous hospitnllty of this charming wo
man liaxo cards out for a illniitr on n,,. iK, r t.iv Sewing Club,
i'rlilaj nlglit or iieM w.-ik -k -k -k 'rllP Hnwlng Club had ns lla hostess
Mrs. Marshall Webb's Card Party. ,,l,s "l',t Mlsa draco Itobertsou, Tho
The Mcmnn Hotel dance for tho Mm Matshall Webb was hi.Htess nt nflernoon was spent In newliig and
transnort on Wcdnesiluy evening nro n ilellchtriil l.rlilirn nriernooii .m Tm.s. thnttlng.
niilhn ill wuu in vuinwiiiiun iiiwiii i , , - , , . .----.----. .
f,iii,.u i, ,,i,i i,i. ..r .i,,.' mlhes to bo ii VPrj pretty affair Muni ilnv of tills week. 'I ho hiiiiin wns
late William Shli Is and a niece of Drs l'll""or, "rp bplni; planiieil In be held prettily decornt.d Tor tho occasion Mr and Mrs Temileton Crocker
tiiorgp 1'r.uiklln ami I Wilson Slilcls. '- - , ' " "
Ileal Cslate Opeinlor Did you ar
ept oung Itichlcigli when he pin
poseil Inst night?
Daughter We didn't close the deal,
but I took an option on the piuperty
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
72 Beretania Street
BAKER &. HOKE, Props.
wIiimo hemt is tout bed b) the l'rlu
t iw ln'aulj, uw ukeus Iter and to
(.ether the) iuoke the Uose Pali,
who nppems nnd gies them a clmrni
to assist In est ape One of the brig
ands awakens anil tries to keep tlie
culprit. I In' i hlit lnttrreres and a
t'uel ensues between the chit r and Hie Macomb. Major and Mrs IMward I
in i user, lesultlng In the ilenili or So 'I iinberl.iki and Miss liolley Tho
mi. During tlie melee the I'rliuess band renilcied a most delightrul con
ami tamo ostnpc, but are pursued h) . fit. which was grtutl) enjojed.
Hie bilgands Thanks to the inter
MMitlon ot tlie I'nli, wlio appears at Miss Margaret Restarlck's Party,
met Klnlock lohnsoii of the Ami)
Tlie Klnlo.k lohiisous as well as'
Miss Allen me ple.isnnllj ii'inembereil '
b) a largo circle of Honolulu friends I
Miss llertbn Hen Talor wns thrt.
house guest of Ml and Mrs IMwnrd
Slarkahle during her short stay III'
1 he mans friends of Mrs l'rank
Lelghton tllbsou will be plinied lul
i Imiow of her coiiMileseence from her
I i ei phi operation at Hie Queen's IIih '
pllal M'B. (ilbsou has been the houst
Hie critical moment and causes u Miss Maigmet Itestarlck entertained guest of her brother and slslcr,
fairy shower to separate them from bj Inviting thlrtj Ilo friends In to am! Mm lohn TiphIioIiii Warren
tho brigands, the brigands return to meet Mrs Doroth) (Sullil, who leaves -k -k -k
Hull-tmni anil to win the good will or shortly for tho niulnuiid Miss lies
I he fair) sing lliem bou oage. The larlck s guests plated live hundred and
IMlry, us u token ot forglieness. the gift, a large bunch of American, j1," ,,u, ,)f JJ
. t.i.nn ,.. ....- ...,,.v.i ... ...t. I..TI. II. llt'Ulllv I l.nt'n, ..a. f..i'.. ... ,...rtn utr
llliimlnale llruile lleuner, 'I he following guests
'I lie upecl.il muslial fenluies were were Invited: Miss Dorothy tlulld,
sung by tltoigo .MtAI.ee, :i ipurtct ii) Mih Doris Talor, Mrs Hazel dear,
tlie I'rlnctss and the brigands, Cole- .Miss ltutli Iteiiton, Mrs Margaret1
nun 'llmherlake, Wilton Ilojil and 'ihurston, Miss Margaret Wadmaii,'
t.toige Kuctk .Miss l.eth Woods, Miss Hazel lluck
t'VSl' I laud, .Miss 'I licliua Murphy, Miss Mnr-
llrigaud Cider Clarence St arlo tha McChesney, Miss Margaret Cell
' Jii'o . Ceorgo McAbeo tie, Miss Ka Hurd, Miss Helen Mc
Somo . . . Kuk.iun I.ean, Miss Mlna Hurd, Miss uarda
I'rlucess Itosabellj i:erton, Miss M. Hurd, Miss Margaret
Kathleen Stone Hurd, Miss Doiothj Wood, Miss Janet
Coleman Cm to Sharp, Miss itamoun Morgan, Miss lu
Ha Camphell, Miss N. ( bnpln. Miss
Dorothy I'eterhon, Miss Kthel Spnlil
lug, Miss Cnrrlo McLean, Miss Walk
er, Miss S Walker, Miss Ira I'erguson
'1 lie Hose King
Mrs. Wholley Entertains Charity
Mrs Infill Wliollc) and Miss Wliol
let cMilcrtaluc.) tlie members or the Miss AIIco Hoogs, Miss ltutli Sopor,
( .ithollt Ladles Aid Soc iet at their Miss ltutli Anderson, Miss Mj i tic.
Tort Slinrtei houie ycitcrdat alter Schuinan, Miss l'nnu Hoogs, and
iiooii I he lht Infantry Band rciidcicd Miss Certrude lleuner
a most delightful and grtail appro
ilal.il eoneert The Aid Sorletj Is Mrs. McCoy's Bridge Afternoon.
one of Hie oldest cliailty oikjulzn Mrs Oeorgc W McCo) entertained
lions lu llouolulu hut, if Home churl the Neighborhood Card Club at hei
tnhl) Inclined people do not aid this home on Young ktrcet on Thursday .
little soclet) It will hao to disband, afternoon 1 he meinbcls present were
A great deal of real jjooil Is accoiu- Mrs Arthur Keller, Mrs J L. Young,!
liMshcd lint funils me low and Just Mis Carl C llhodes, Mrs i:dwaid
c nough money remains lu the treas Marshall, Mrs Craig, and Miss Kin-,
ii r to lust for tho next tbiec months, horn. At half otter 4 delicious refresh.j
'Hie present otllccrs nro president, .nents were tered Mrs. Cdwartli
Mis Augustus i: Murpliv; Ue piehl Maishall was awarded the gift, a set
noiil, Mrs Campbell, secietnry, Mrs, of dainty, embroidered dollies.
Carl Hhodes, tieasuror, Mrs, Curl du
Mrs William V Woolen of Port do
Hussy has as her house guest Mis I
ellehun, wlfo of Cap I
tain Hand of the 1st I'leld Arllllei).
Dan Hand, their son, Is a student ot
Mr J V. Hyde Smith, son or Mrs
i:iennor II)de Smith, wns a retiiuiiiiK
pnssengrr In the steamei Nile from
his trip lo tho Orient and tho I'lillip
Mrs James Caiolnn wns hosioss nt
.1 ten at her homo on lackson streti
compllnientnr) to Mrs ('.purge M I'ull
man of Chicago who has but recently
returned from lloiiiiliiju Argounut
Two popular people camo to llouo
lulu In the Nile. Mrs William Arthur
CHI nnd her daughter, Miss llulkelcy
Durilig the htny or the tlcet Mrs (ill I
.mil her daughter lled at the Monnn,
where the) now nro
Mrs Cleaner Mai tin gae u dinner
last wi'elc lu honor of Mis C V. V.
llcott. wire of Captiiiu Kllltott, I S
Miss Alice Macfurlano of llonoluln
Is the house guest of Mr and .Mis
I Hubert I lu fs-Siiiltii Argounut
Colonel Dai Id Hiimliuugh. It S A,
I of Schollcld ll.irrncks, Honolulu, Is ill
at tho I'resldio hospital Argonaut
Business Logic Not Luck
You're almost certain a few years from now to say
"Makiki Home Owners Are Very Fortunate"
WsjF4TWsAsflsHsssssssssssssW'4M9 nfvKC'VUsssssssMisifesVK'h r .dfsssV"
G ifc&slsssBuEstJ'lsLssWj l BsBsBsssssBssWtK . lsPt?5isfc?CTWJt-t?f VjS" ' tC. SsssKA
When really it is good
business judgment and
not luckthatis causing
some very careful Island
investors to get in l'ne
for big profits by buy-
Mr. and Mrs
cutcitniued nt a wr) informal dinner, H)er. Tho largo lanal
The Bush's Informal Dancing Party. ..,. ,, ,.,u,n,nn, PH ,
Mr ntnl Mrs. Ired Hush entertain- , , ... ,' .
0.1 on Friday oenlug at a inarming!) " 'uw, "?", " ,"'"" ,"Bl wl,'K '"
informal dancing party In honor of lm,,e "' I K'nolulu -Argonaut
mi..-, it, .-I.. ii..ii,i..., -...i ii rti.,...n. Www
.unn iui ib iiuiuniiin uuu iii uiuiuiii:ui
A Makiki Home for Sale for $4250
lu-re tho' I'luulunuiit Colonel Ihury V Hen-
tnHi iiiiiii. , -J iiu " .. iiv v .its. ,. , , , ,. .
on 'Ihurmln) night The table center dancing took plnco was attracts el) "?, ", B A;' "rrneu irom hciio-
.as innsscd In mnldculinlr rem uiu! decoruted wltli palms and plants aiid,m"" '"""""" . "mil" aimhiuui
pink tulle Mr nnd Mrs William baskets of spring blossoms. Mr. and! ,. . ,. ,,r ,, , , ,, . ,
MinH gii.stB vero Mr Urueo Curl- .Mrs Hush's guests were) Miss Doris, ?'" ,l,f , , , ,r".rl":
wrlght, Mr and Mrs Trod. Damon, ilutchlns and Mr Clarence JDyer. the 'f ' ,M'S5 r '' " r f , "T, , '.l''., i'
and Miss Margaret Mclntyre. quests of honor; Miss IwalaKl Hlpley ,! ' " J 'LuTt I," oZ g
"88 r'unny Hoogs, Miss Martha Mc- ,""i" f Hi iiUnT. !, i.,.. n.it
Mr. and Mrs. Klamp's Theater Party. Chesney. Miss Muriel llowatt. Miss "' Jn'"8 or, , ?"".' 'lr i,?, 5
Mr and Mrs I' Klamj. w,,o host Hazel I!ucklann Miss Alleen North. wl" "1,eml "J0tj -Argonaut
,11m iitirtiunn m u ineuier uuu ruiiiH uhs .iae curueu, .nss iieicil iirown,
I-eller part) last night The party at
ttndtd tho Liberty to see tlie Hoston
iuiis nnd afterward went to the rathi
l.elli'1 for supper Mr and Mrs,
Mairps guests wero Mr and Mrs An
Jack Guard, Mr Kenneth Abies,
IMwnrd Curden Mr Juck Carden,
Mr William Ouderklrk, Mr Ceorgo
Cassldy, Mr Marston Campbell, Jr.,
Mr GaUn Hush, Mr Shirley Hush, Mr,
lone Cropp, Mr and Mrs Ilnrry Lowls, nnel Mrs. Marston Camiibdll, Mrs Hay
Mr nnd Mrs Armlii Huneberg, Mrs inond lirown and Mrs W W North.
hronicles of Society Folk
Mi lively 11 Wood Low Is coming children left on Tuesday for
homo about the middle ot luuo to nl
I nil his sister Aunbels w Jdliit; lo
Ml Albeit Ituilillo or Hawaii
Tho mngnlllcuut home or Mr. and
X.ih Walter Muifarlnnn Is nenilm
comiiletlon. It will ho one ot the most
'Mrs Wellington Gregg and her two
daughters, Miss lhild anil Kthi'l, sailed
lor Lur'ope ror 11 four-months' trip
Tho homo of Mr und Mrs IjiiiIk
Gregg has been brightened by tho ail
M'iit of a baby daughter
MIbs I.oulao und Miss I'earl McCai
tliy were home-coming passengers
this week from Stanford, where they
hao been students Miss Miuiso Mc
Carth) graduated this year with high
lienors and coiihm hume to lemalii
Miss I'earl McCflrthy will .to back to
iSlalirinil at the opening of the school
Knunl, Tlie band at Colt Shutter Is Indeed
uhtio they will be the guetls of Mrs. a gieiit aiipilsitiou Its conceits me
Kimball's sister, Mrs Charles Itlco,
Mull) favors will be planned lu honor
ot this popular matron,
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Iluchly with
Mis and Miss Hutler weio weekend
lelfoctly finished and tiirulshtd liomi.i guests of llalelwa.
in Honolulu .Mail) imgo purlins win
without doubt be glscn on the homo's
MIbs Molllo (Jiuco leaves fin San
I'rnnclBco tho llrnt wit it lu luly to
Hpond her siimnior with her fi lends on
Mm. lsnbello Crelghton leaves for
the mainland shortly for a visit with
her slBtorH, Mrs. gcorgo mown
Mrs. Uoorgo Koss,
Mr and Mrs lohn Lilian nro hap
plly iiulicipiitlng tho homecoming of
tlieli sou ami dniighter, Mr Hairy
I'ostei I.uiuH and Miss Sara Lucas
Mrs Powers (Kthel Monsarrat) of
I'hllaili lplila has as her house guest
hei mother, Mis Ploieuco Dove.
well planned und selected They 111 o
not only a nlcusuio to the post people
but to the townspeople as well out to
Mr nml Mrs Curl du Hoi left on
the Kliiiiu for u leu dus trip In
Kauai 'I he) took Iheii motol 1.11
with them mid will see a de ii or the
Mi George It Culler mid Mr .luck
Atkinson weie guests of the. Hotel St
I'l line Is und wero loyally treat id by
their fiiinds on the mainland on their
wuy to tho Chicugo couentloii
Tho populm hat of the kimboh h.
It is no mere prophecy or baseless contention to state that
this highly favored residence property will greatly advance in
value in the next few years. It is the certainty of sound business logic. Isn't it
generally granted that the population of Honolulu will be greatly increased by the
comnleti'on of the Panama Canal? .And it's almost a
reality. U.S. Army and Navy fortifications, Strongly
Garrisoned, Mean Additional Residents; Increase of
Tourist Travel, even now noticeable, but bound to be
many times doubled after the San Francisco Pan-Pacific Exposition
will bring a large permanent residence population. There is no
two ways to it. Honolulu is growing, and will continue to increase
in population. Did you ever hear of a city growing in which pro
perty values did not also increase?
What Other Honolulu Residence Distriot
Has These Advantages?
10 Minutes from Heart of Honolulu Bounded by Two Car Lines
Sidewalks, Curbs, Electricity, CJas On All Streets
Convenient to CluircheSj Schools and Colleges
Present Home Owners of a Permanent Class An Assuntnce Maitki
Neighborhood Will Always Be a High-Class One for Home Owneis
On lots purchased, from
us and constructed so
as to give the greatest
convenience and com
fort. " You select the
planwe tell you how
much the bungalow will
costand then build ac
cording to the specifications.
Mr nnd Mis John Itundolnh Gnlt'ti... n.iii... .... i.iiiliu imt Miiimi K,
and had as their guests for an around tlie-iI8ons lire showing these In white
isinnu inp 011 Sunday, Mrs lihen Low and mo-toned elTects, solec(tii icient
wltli bur three daughters, Carol. Lama lv bv Mm. Milton lu tho eastern inur-
J KlmHkwit Ii hertwo nnd CMorlndu, and Mr. Jack: Ualt. A kits. J-
If you can't get away today or tomorrow telephone and we will
call and make an appointment to take you out to see the Makiki
property at your convenience.
Oliver G-. Lansing,
80 Merchant Street
tTTlmi" ' II till Mil Hdlm