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HOXOLCLU STAB-BULLETIK, SATURDAY, DECEfBER 1, 1D1V v.-.. !- V- - -' ' ,.1 ... I Ship Leaving Tuesday or Wednesday for the Coast will arrive in time to deliver Y of " Hawaiian ; Products to friends in training camp V -anywhere; west v of the Rocky Moun tains in time for " liGhristmass The package, secure ly packed for express shipment,' costs $3 ; OITDER NOW! ; , f v ; - -...j ---- K- HENRY MAY i Co. Limited : Phone 1-2-7-1 1-1 t - All kinds ef laundry wrk. ..." Called for and delivered. ..';-; ' Cpectal rates for f ami Ilea. Hc-crs Hand Laundry Fhone $701. Dole and Metcalf St. ! ONSUL GENERAL ROKURO MO- LROI of Japan waa the host on Monday afternoon for the most ! elaborate social function of the week ' and one of tbe most unique of the . season. The affair, when was held at 1 the Japanese consular residence on i Nuuanu street. aa given in honor of j the visiting congressman. t I Official, military and civilian ao Jclety waa well represented during the reception hours," from 3 to 5. Gover ! nor Plnkbam, Brigadier General Wis- er, ua.pta.in ueorge n vuir, u. ia. N., were among the guests. The feder al and territorial officials, army, navy and marine corps, officers and member of the chamber of commerce aud a great many other citizens were ! in attendance. Consul General Moroi . received hia i guest,- - they entered from th i street, in the large living room of hia residence. Here ihey were met uy members of the Japanese colony and 1 escorted to a great tent which had teen erected on the lawn as- a mar , (ue. Jl buffet lunch waa served in ; mis tent' Several large,, and many small tables were: used to seat tne guests. . . . . . . The ctingressional party sat at two large tablea, together with some or those who, had been of ficiapsts .to the party during its-stay. The Ha waiian band and a Hawaiian orches tra furnished music during the after noon. "; The central feature of the enter . talnmeut war an exhibition of dane-1 lug by pretty and, daintily attired geisha girls. For the more occidental one-step and fox-trot, a Hawaiian or : chestra played later, the 'occidental j dances talcing place In the consular 'residence. . : . v--v The reception was. marked; by the hospitality, tordiamr end -perfecuon of detail with" whlcffithe Japanese consular affairs are - lavariabiy -conducted. Consul Moroi met each guest personally during the afternoon. ,In aplte of a' heavy downpoar,of raici the afternoon was most enjoyable and the visiting congressmen; Jiked 1 It thoroughly. ' V Ji f The goests included T representative tibnolularia of civilian and official; life in every -Vrarch Among ;the invited guests vrejre the gbverner and his cab inet, president and 'to? kerr cs well es membera'of b jcso and senate, Brig. Gen, Wisseri r'U.J S. A., ; and : Capt. George R. Clark, U. S. N, a large num ber of, territorial of ficiala. Mayor Fern, the supervisors and city officials, fed eral ; officials., territorial ',and, federal Judiciary, consular corps, . officers r; of Hawaiian Department headquarters, of i the various Oahua forts 'and depart' . ft 1 "t "w' - ft -4." s i X t , ' i. i St ' 't V-r. ir, At " . ":-.-. . i . - , -4 J i : V.-'. '- , ,: ':-. .-v- ::'. r-..-y ., . ; .x -V r " ; ?rvr?-iVfc's?- 't ' ' r Miss Dorothy True, who ia back in Honolulu for a few months' stay. and Mrs. N. EGedge, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.' Glffard, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gignoux, $fr. and Mrs. Hans M. Git telr Mr. and 'Mrs. E. C. Gonsalves. Mr. ments and of .Pearl Harbor and ; th e j and. Mrs. WVW. Goodale, Mr; and Mrs. marine corps. The captain of the Ja panese cruiser Tokiwa and her offi cers were also asked. ;U , ? . Honolulu -citizens andthelr ! wives invited included the fbUowing:- ' Mr, and Mri.-Beller, Mr. $nd Mrs. O.: A. Bierbach, - Mr. and. Mrs. C. G,: Bockus, Mr. and Mrs E. E. Bodge, Mr. and Mrs&,frBootJuMr end Mrs. W. A. Bowen, Mr. arid Mrs; Itr Brasch, Mr.- and: Mrs. CeorgeA. Brown, .Mr.: oI Mrs. Rw Buchov Mr. and Mrs. Q."Fred Bush, Mr: and Mrs. - A. N. CampbeU, Mr and Mrs. Marston Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. P. Q. Cannon, Mr. and ' Mrs. A. Castle, Mr. and Mrs. W. W." Chamberlain, Mr.' and Mrs.-Hoy Chucks Mr and Mrs. To' M; Church, .Mr., and Mrs, 'A; .P. aark, Mr. and Mrs. J.;k. Qarke, Mr. and Mrs. IZ Cockburn, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cohen; Mr and Mrs: D. LJ Conk. lin, Mr. and Mrs. C. H,looke," Mr, and Mrs. C. Montague Cooke, Mr.' and Mrs.-J. L. Cooper. Mr. and -Mrs: Ar thur Coyne, Mr. and Mrs; C 8. Crane, Mr. nd Mrs. 'John Efrlnger Mrr and Mrs, C J Falk, Mr. and Mrs. W.. R. Farrlngton, Mr. and Mrs. J. U Flen Inp, Mr. and- Mrs. W." J.'-Porbes, - Mr C.. C. : Graves,' Mr. and Mrs.- Harry 8. Gray, Mr,-and Mrs. St B Guard, Mr. and Jf rs. ; A.. S. Guild.' Mr. and Mrs. James Guild, Mr. and Mrs. P. Harri son, Mrv and Mrs.. C; R. Hemenwey, Mr. and' Mrs: Edgar HenriquesDr. and Mrs., George Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Hertsche, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Hob dy Mrc and Mrs; Ben Holllnger,; Mr. and Mrs.Henry:Holmes; Mr; and Mrs. Albert Horner, Mr. and Mrs.- Robert Horner; Mr nd Mrs; Mv Mr Johnson, Mr: and Mrs. L. M. Judd, Mr; and Mrs J. A. Kennedy, -Mr, anfi-Urs, T. J. King. Mr and Mrs. G. K. Larrison, Mr. and Mrs, E. J.. Lord, Mr; and Mrs, W. A. live,', Mr. and Mrs F. D. Lowrey, Mr. and Mrs; S. M. Lowrey, Mr. and Mrs.HalcolnxMaclntyreMrrand Mrs. C.vMcGonagle, Mr; and Mrs. J. D. Mclnerny; Mr. and Mrs' Wpllam Mc Kay Mr. and -Mrs. r,G.- S. McKentle, Mr, and Mrs. Zeno K. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. B. &. Koble, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Nowell, Mr; and Mrs. C. HOIson, Mr. and Mrs. E. H." Paris, Mr, and Mrs. W. C Parke. Mr. and Mrs.VV, N. Pat ten, Mr. and' Mrs. R. W,' Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ui S. Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Prosser. -Mr and Mrs. W.' A. Ramsay; Mr. ioxd Mrs J. A. Rath, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rice, Mi. and Mrs. E. A. R. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Sam mons,' Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Shingle, Mr. and Mia. A. C. Silva, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Soper, Mr and Mrs. R a Splcer, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Steere. Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Steinhau ser, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 8utton, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Swift, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Talbot, Mr. and Mra. J, JT. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs; TV Thayer, Mr. and Mrs, W,..R mtavwn Mr hd Mrs. Wit lUmTh6mpson;J14r. anj Mrs. D. F. Thrum.- Mr. and Mrs. Kd Tot se, Mr. and Mra. R. H. Trent, Mr and Mrs. Julius Unger, Mr. and Mrs. H E. Ver non, Mr. and Mra: C. C. von Hamm, Mr. and Mrs. H, M. von Holt, Mr, and Mrs. J. W.. WaWron, Mr. and Mri. O. J.-Waller Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Warren, Mr. and Mrs- Norman AVatklne, Mr. and Mrs. John Watt, Mr. and Mrs W. Df We-itervelt, Mr., and Mrs. :E. O. White, Mr, and Mri. W. L. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wilder, Mr.' and Mrs. S. O; Wflder.LMr. and Mrs. J. K 8. Williams, Mr, and Mrs. Dl L. With ington, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Young, Mr; and Mrs. J. M. Young, Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Young,: Mr and Mrs.; Palmer P. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Perry, Mr. and Mrs. John Lennox, Mr. - and Mrs. William I Williamson, Mr. and Mrs., C. Wide mana, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Griffiths, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Carden, Mr. and j Mrs, Henry Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. I Cotburn. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Lane, Mr. 'and Mra. C. T. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. James I- Holt, Mr. and Mrs. H. i R., Macf arlane, Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Neely, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Adams. Mr. -and Mrs. Albert Afong. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Angus, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Ather ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Batch, Mr. A. L. C Atkinson. Mr. A. U. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. L; A. Thurston. Prof, and Mrs. M. M Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Tong Phong. Mr. and Mrs. C. K.; AI, Mr. and Mrs. Tong ; Kau, Mr. and Mrs: Wade Warren .Thayer, Colonel, and Mrs. Charles B. Cooper, Major William Wayne, X. G. H' Major, and Mrs. F. J. Green, Mr, and Mrs. J. F.. C. Ha gens, - Major and Mrs. James D. Dougherty, Mr. andt Mrs Frank B. Thompson; Mr. ahd Mrs; Raymond C Browne Mr. and "Mra. J. R. Gait, Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Mr. and Mrs. E. ; L- Spalding, Mr. ' and Mrs. E, d; Tenney, ., Mr and Mrs. . E. '. Faxsoa Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Richard ilvers, Mr. and Mrs.: George W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Waterhbuse. Mr. and Mrs. - John Guild, Mr. and Mrs. - John Drew, Mr. and , Mrs. Abraham Le wia, Jr., Mr. sad Mra A. . W. JT. Bottomley, Mr. and Mrs. LJ Tenney Peck, Mr. and Mrs. C; G. Ballentlne, Mr. and Mra.. F. E. Blake, Mr and Mrs; H. F. Wlch man, Mr and Mra; W.! H. Mclnerny, Mr. and Mrs; J. M. Dowsett. Mrand Mrs. A. A. Young, Mr and Mrs.i F. J, Lowrey, Mr and Mrs. A. F. Wall, Hon. and Mrs;.J. D. Dole, Mr . and Mrs; R. O. Matheson, Mr. and Mrs; S. 8. Pax son.: Mf ; and Mrs. E. A. Berndt, Hon. and Mrs L' L. " McCandJesa, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. McVeigh, Mr. and Mrs. J. S McCandless Mn and Mrs G. P. Castle, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dillingham, Hon.-and Mra. A. F. Judd, Mrs, F L. Waldronr Mrv and Mrs G. H Cooke. Rct, and Mrs.'.W.'D. WestervelV Mr, and Mrs. R. A. McNally.. Miss G. D. Tnomaa.-Mr. and! Mrs. W. O Hail Mr. and Mrs. R. .. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. I a. vampoeu, Air and Mrs, Akalko Akana, Mr.- and Mrs; Edward Wood ward; Rev.; and Mrs JL D. Williams; Mr. and Mrs. J. K Brown, 8enator anS Mrs. King of Utah.- V; - ..V ,- -;v. Messrs. Charles, A. Wong, Messrs; Yelkhi Jamashlro, S. p. Keniv J. Nc-, aai, Huston yamamoto, v M, Save nags, S. OHtaki; " . - v V--- -r. ' - ''.':, SOCIETY INTERESTED IN " CAN1ETM8 . . V ' SAN FRANCTSCO One of the; war time actlvltisA which"-le interesting socle' y v- t inen la the eatabllahment of caaUtcs for the enlisted men.; Thej San Frerlaco' canteen in ttie Monad-1 nock building la considered 'a model ' of Its kind in the United States; and i the women who crganized It are be ing called on to help plan other clubs of thla eort T At a meeting at the outiuieuao , liud. tne-, oiner . cay, tne women of San Mated County , complet? ed their organltatforf for the opening of CampFremont Club at Menk) Park, where beautiful home has been do nated for that purpose;:-: 'l ;; ? v Now, all that, remains to be done is for ' the government to .x stop 'playing Poas-ln-theComer ; with ; the v Camp Fremont Idea. The only certain thing about the venture seems to be that if ever the camp really Is aecnred there will , be one of ': the most perfectly equipped canteens In the world at the disposal of the' enlisted men. Mrs. Lewis Hobart Is the chairman of the Bnrlmgame group which secured the place. at.Menlo Park, a home whih will make, an ideal clubhouse and ia acres of ground, where all" kinds ef BDOrta mftv ba en invert .fin TPpan. Cisco- News-Letter." '? j ,'f'svT. v-M ",";ir;- - -:--. - S; v ; Special Offerv : isplay in our window. Ohly a few pair-rem - :c Mclnerny Shoe Stor iiilKliiiliiici).. i U ;.:-:?r 7 i-p!'0i T. ii;riS- - r :-.-r J . :' ; :'y';''f ;,7:; v-rnv-n' ."vi r ;V:., -- - ' We have splendid assortments of Drc:3y Hit:, fi- J street wear for ' ladie3, inis:: and email nlrh. ' -:v;v;-; v-;:v:--i" ' ' 'i " - i t ,!. ' . ' k-.""y r',-'- V V-".-.! .-' ' a--.-" J -;-:C.';H 'SfllBil ITO I j V A ' o' ? -;vi n.v :'i.-'""---- I--'4 OF e-- -; - -. - -Irv-. .:''.;: ':;' - ':'' V';'- . . . - . ., .- .. - . . . . ... V . ': -'. . .. . r.r " -LL-LL-LL-LL .'"' .'" '.,-- -..i " " " .-' ;'.C;- : ; . ; t k-. 1 L J 1 L I V IV A : '. ' ' " .-4 - :. W ;. W .. a t. -. A X I I -V. I I ; I I & ,- IJ t ".. 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