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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, TOCOrBER 12, 1M7.
v 1 V I : a- : - X s - V. i r-vicK p, Atkins &Torrey- OF SAN FRANCISCO Art furnishing, niirs, chairs, tables, fabric.-, nll cov erings, mirrors, lamps. scixmi, Oriental brocades, paint ings, prints and objects of art. ' Consultations invited in matters of Home Decorating Miss Dorothy Ti ororny irue Cor. Fort and Beretania. SOCI ETY KNUSS'KI) MKN (JIVE DASCE. f cctr.e In at the last. The program of Th" enlisted mn of the engineer I fered ia an excellent one and in this tor; s cf Fort Hhafter nave a must! day when entertaining is done in s ;c. su ros-hil dame U.4 Friday evening. '-a limited way this special program the dnnrp heine a return compliment I appeals. Here one may take a pnnri for thr favors xrend'd liy Honolulu J of friends and entertain them in a uoraen to our Khaki Had hoys. About 'very informal -a. All going are a.-k-five hundred and fifty guests were in ed to bring thoir knitting as no tirm attrirlance. The mn pro ided the en , must bt Iot froT.i thi valnahle work, forutnmcn? -omiMe in every detail. J Knitting is nrcosary and it n;i'.-t he Paying for all that made the evening! kept up. Kven at thp rielinsky con the pp'ipnfiid "-ii'-res it a.. Honolulu certs sevcra.1 worren knitted between women and girls havp responded to, numbers. The fol!owln women have the nrd for -nirt.ainnient of the en-i charge of the program, and with such lifted, men in the spirit they should". ! an excellent head as Mrs. A. A making the lif- hi tl'.e soidter much ; Young. It is a foregone 'conclusion iia:uior and hv their thoughts and i that if he a success; Mr?. A. A outlook ou HonUuli! a decidedly better : Young. Mrs. Y. Moore. Mrs. .t.imcs HoHday A Complete Stock of Oriental Novelties. apanese jp . Bazaar Fort St., opp. Catholic Church We -are offering some wonderful bar- - . ; v.. - - .gams at our Christmas Sale of iSaltMilEnery Every hat on sale is the latest word -of. Fashion. . v.;. , .... You can save Christmas money by purchasing your Christmas hat at "HonoluluV Largest Exclusive Mil linery Store.' wpnacpincryt .0., 1017'Nuuami St., near King. A - V" - will be delivered totheiart class of the Col. lege ot Hawaii by 1L B. Mihrah," on Thurs day afternoon, December 13, at 2:30 o'clock, in our Ebilion Rooms : 1 Second Floor,? ; '' j . - . . tewers& Cooke B I,; 169-177South King Street. TKe Public is cordially inyited : :C Beating Capacity Limited iewers & Cooke one. ' The nartv on Fridav evening was demons trafion of th" enjoyment in the different thine? done for the men by town folk. Th". committee of engi neers who had the aflair in charge brought all of the supper from Shatt er and it was not a "Hoover supper" by any manner of means! The coir. mitfee decorated the building with liags and hunting, iiiaking it( very ieautifii!. The Woman's Auxiliary, in whose hohor the men entertained, feeis as if cne of the nitegt compli ments ever conferred was given by the engineer corps. 4. 4. MOUNTED MKSS FIKLD DANCE FOR SATFKDAY The men of the mounted mess of the 0th Field Artillery are giving a dance on Saturday evening in compli ment to the women of Honolulu who have given them the opportunity of several very greatly enjoyed parties. This is possibly the only dance this special body of men may be able to give here so it is hoped that every girr invited will be in attendance. A special train will leave the depot al t:3u on Saturday evening to carry the guests to Sehofielii. returning to Ho J nolulu a little after 11. This train will be met by Btreet cars, thus enabling every one to. get home easily. The train is a "special", chartered and paid for by the boys themselves. They have also planned several very charm ing surprises for their guests. The men are especially fortunate in having Mrs. Tiemann Horn so interested in their dance, for 6he ha3 helped them in every possible way. Chaperonea will go down on the train so that all of the girls going will know that they are properly duennaed. A reception committee will meet the guests and bid them welcome. The military band is to provide dance music and a veri enjoyable evening is anticipated. 4 4 4 WELCOMING RECEPTION Dr. and Mrs. Albert W. Palmer, for merly cf Oakland, the former the new pastor of Central Union church, will be the guests of compliment at a wel coming reception , Thursday evening, Dec. 13, at 8 o'clock in the parlors of the church, the members of the Wo men's Society acting as hostesses for the evening. Receiving with Dr. and Mrs. Palmer will be Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams, Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Hop wood, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Low rey and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Benner. Acting as ushers to bring the guests to the receiving line will be Miss Ruth Benedict and Mr. Ernest Chase, while the .women of the executive board will assist about the rooms in various ways. The program will be in charge of Mrs. A. Lewis, Jr., the .decorations will be arranged by Miss Sturgeon, while the simple refresh ments of coffee and punch will be in charge of Mrs. Frank Midkiff and a group of young girls. -It. fs expected that there will be a large attendance of members of the church and congre gation. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED From Olaa comes the announcement of the engagement of Miss Lillian Yar nell of Mountain View schoo. and Mr. Herbert Cecil Berg, timekeeper of the Olaa Sugar Co. Miss Yarnelra nciue is In Los Ang:eles, she being a grad uate of Los Angeles high school and also of the Los Angeles Normal and Training school. Mr. Bo-g is a nephew .f Mr and M"s. Arthur Berg of Henj'.ulu and a hrGther Miss Gci'ihlin-i Beg, one oi the pt ri-ijtr ociety -jirls of the city. He is an island man, having lived here all his life and beif.s a graduate of Putiahou. 4 4 4 THE ROOF GARDKN RECITAL TO DAY The recital and entertainment giv en by the Outdoor Circle on the roof garden this afternoon Is a large af fair. Over three hundred seats were sold in advance with many others to ! BickneH. Mrs. A. N. Campbell ariT a I Mrs Z. K. Myers. f THE HITCHCOCK EXHIBITION The following card has been sent by Mr. Howard Hitchcock to art lov crs in Honolulu: Mr. D. Howard Hitchcock beg to announce an exhibition of his recent work of Hawaiian Subjects . at his studio beginning Dccemner eleventh and continuing until the Twenty-second to which you are invited. . Laniakea Grounds, entrance Alakea Street. Open from nine to five daily. Evening from eight to ten. 4 FLOWER SALE NEXT SATURDAY Mrs. S. M. Damon has made possi bly a helpful way of adding too the Belgian fund next Saturday. She has given a large number of rare and much coveted plants which will be on sale at Ianiakea on Saturday from 8:30 until L'. Mrs. A. J. Gi'gnoux will be in charge of the -ale. and will be assisted by a number of In 'its and girls. M;- .'. .1. Beld.r has generously offered to de liver without ;'!.Tse any plant; t h large to be o v niently carriea. 4 MORNING MUSIC CLUB PROGRAM ON FRIDAY On account of the musical afternoon to be given by the Outdoor Circle on the roof garden today the Morning Music club has postponed its openl meeting to Friday afternoon. This is to be at the home of Mrs. Richard Cooke in Nuuanu. fr ENGAGEM ENT AN NO UNCED. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lightfoot an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter, Marion Eleanor, to Captain Clift Andrus of the 14th Field Artillery, U. 9. A., now at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Captain Andrus is the son of Colonel and Mrs. Andrus of Oglethorpe, Ga. 4 The New York State Club is plan ning another entertainment for the New Y'ork State enlisted men. It i3 to be given the first part of January with Mrs. L. L. McCandless and Mrs. E. W. reterson in charge. v Next Tuesday afternoon will occur the wedding of Miss Martha McCbes ney and Lieut. Owen George Fowler, U. S. A. It is to be a small wedding with only the immediate family in at tendance. 4 4 4. The Footlights' plays tor Friday and Saturday of this week give protuiee of great pleasure to those attending. A full house will greet the players for both evcn'ng.s. 44. Honolulu is delighted that Major Harold N. Clark, U. S. A., and his charming mother are to remain in Honolulu. They are a real addition to the service set her and have al ready made a pleasant niche for them selves. Next Monday E. W. Christmas, R.B.A., the well known painter, will open an exhibition in the rooms over Castle & Cook's offices. Fort and Mer chant streets. The exhibition will be open daily for two weeks. Mrs. Williani Sanortas, wife of Lieut. Saportas, U. S. A., departed yes terday for the mainland. For the pat week Mrs. Saportas has been the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge K. French at Wai K BUHAi ' JAMAICA, N. Y. Sufferings Cured by Medi cine Recommended by Sister-in-law. Jamaica, N. Y. "I suffered greatly with my head end with tckfcche, was vrtus.. aiMy, ner vous. tj th hof: flashes aid ftltrerv tniierable, m I tt&s Irregular for tro yean. One da? when I was fcelir unusually bad my sister-in-law cams In. and said, 'I wish you would try LyJia E. Plnlcham'a Compound.' So I i!Uii!; if : .y' Mr. and Mrs. Richard lvers left for the mainland yesterday. They will sptfnd the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Fanny I. Irwin in San Francisco. They plan to be home in two month.3. Miss Martha McChesney is the motif for a large number of parties this week. Each days some one of' her friends is entertaining in compliment to this charming daughter of Hawaii. Mrs. John T. Moir is in town, hav ing come in answer to a wireless tell ing of the accident to her son Hector, who broke his leg last week playing football. Mrs. Moir is at the Young. May of the pupils of beta public and private schools will leave this Fri day for their island Iiotos to spend their Christmas vacation with fami lies - Mrs. Herbert Webster of Hilo, who was called to Honolulu because of the death of her sister, Mrs. A. E. W. Todd, left for her Hawaii home today. Mr. ana Mrs. w. h. Avery were arrivals from the big inland on Tues day. Mr. Avery la one of the high T. K. K. officials. 9 m Ltd. jj Lesan taking li tad I em now la rood hsalth and era cursd. I tcok tie Com pound three tiir.es a day after meals, and on tctlxizg at n!ght I always keep a bottie in the hoise."Mrs, h. if. Evsksax, 205 South St, Jamaica, N. Y . Wom?n who recover their health cat. crally tell others what helped them. Some write and allow their names and photarrapha to be published with testl r.cnlala, JkTary more tell their friends, '.Trite Lydla S. Pinkham Medl ilno Co (eonCdential), Lynn, ?Iassfor anything you need to i Iraow about roar aUmenta i HO ON HATS AND GOWNS At least its had no apparent effect on the Jeffs Fashion Co., which has Just received a big Christmas stock of beautiful trimmed Ham, Sweaters in Silk and Wool, Bmartly styled Dresses in Georgette Crepe, Voile and Satin, AH moderately priced. -Adv, WHY PAY MORE? Apples, 61.50 per beif: First grade Newton Pippins end White Winter Permain, Come and get them: Ceo. A, Belayeff, P2Q Maunakea, stref Fhona 8722 Adv X Mwellem ioeaL? J nr0 crive ometliiup: of real intrinsic value attests a ine thrift. a nice judgment combined witii tne practise ox genu- A i)iece of Wichmau jewelry presents supreme beauty and refinement and a permanent and ever-increasing value. This stock offers probably the bet opportunity for se lection in this Territory. Diamonds Platinum Jewelry Wrist Watches Necklaces You are invited to inspect these Christmas display RRWich man Limited. Platinumsmiths ahd Jewelers In Hawaii Since 1887. Give Something This Christmas Westinghouse Toaster Stove, a complete table stove 'that will-cook almost anything, right at table. Price, $7.00. Westinghouse Turnover Toaster, makes 2 pieces of torfst at a time, eliminates danger of burned fingers. Price, $5.50. Westinghouse Iron eliminates the stove and chang ing of irons. Price, $3.50 to $6.50. Westinghouse Curling Iron, without which no wom an's dressing table is complete. Price, $4.50. Sew E-Z Motor, attaches to any sewing machine, makes treadling unnecessary. Price, $15.00. New Life Vibrator, a scientific aid to health and beauty. Price, $15.00. Thor Vacuum Cleaner keeps the home clean for less than eost of brooms.. Price, $32.50. The Hawaiian Electric Co., Eitcl. Headquarters for Electrical Gifts, Operations at the Baldwin Locomo live Works f.ro teinir ns'aed. one lo comotive Leins turnod out every work ing hour of the day, The output is to be increased stiU furtbe The eending of Japanese troops t Europe is impossible said Minister of Finance Sheila in his edireag before the National Economic Association at Oaaka. At aa address at the meeting of. th j Engineering elnb oC New York, Lieut Col, Ivor Tbor-Grsjy told tha member! that Germany plunged, into this var U tt America; V."-; .