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m it. .4 t- : FORT SHATTER,- Dec. 29.On Ckrlstmaa Ere the entire garrison of Fort 8bafter wm entertained at the Atrdome, and. althouib thia wai strict ly speaWBRcblldren'snltlit, tberewere bers of eTery family on the post, and I tne" popular iuueiocaj idw - crowded, PrompUy at o'clock the door were opened and the crowd of eatja children of all ates. happy par enfGland treat numbers of the of ficera and men flocked in to ret CntinnHut rr1tmnt DrSd- l rti -J u k " - - ed the atmosphere, for wa pot Santa: - . j Vat i Clau comtnc w tne Airaomr .i crenlnc? About :30 the orchestra betan a pleasing tone and the curtain arose revealing 15 little tot on the state and at aslsnal these children began a Christmas son. Vociferous ap plause greeted their efforts and they were encored many times. After tne opening song Miss Nellie Bates. Miss Virgllea Rosson. Miss Montana Brelt field and Master Donald Jackson each thrilled the audience, grown-ups as well as children, with well delivered and perfect recitations. These recita tions were follo-ved by solo dances by Miaa Genevieve McNeills and were ....iniM of the craceful axt.nd delighted the crowd so much .. . . - mtior t!te. I Ulll lot-nil encorcu nuis - - The white curtain was now dropped and tha audience was convulsed with two reeia ot comedy in which Biuy West was the principal actor Private Edington. Co. C. Engineers, next. entertained the audience with a -,ioBf about California, which was re peated, three times at the Insistence ifTi2aVcAme the .time r .thecal rrenl-ot.th.e evening the curtain rose on a totally darkened bouse, and suddenly a Chrlstmaa tree appeared ' oot of tha gloom, brave In Ita many colored Ughte. aparkling ornaments and gliatanlng tinsel. Emerging from , the i Immense red i brick fireplace at ; the Dacfccf the etage, a tsUolly Santa Claua was ready to make all the nearta of tha little ones happy with one or a number of toya which were heaped all around the tree. . . Old Santa waa greeted with cheers of enthuslaam and after some Try sp proprtate remarks, the distribution of - tha presenU began. - Every child, no matter how tiny cr how big, was re membered and called up Individually .to receive their gift from -the -tree. Even the big boys, -Musicians Bates end Davis, and CapL Anthony. Totesky, tie regimental adjutant; were remem bered by the generoua , Santa. The first gift presented from the treera beautiful basket of fragrant flow tn which were found to be waiting there for the wife of the commanding officer. , Mrs Frank C. Bollea. After the. distribution, of1 the presents five more reela of moving-plcturea were ; shown, accompanied by. the hlowing rt borne, beating of , drums, baking rattles, and the popping K air-guns aa the chUdrea tasted ont he new ' playthings, being unable to wait until I the entertainment -,was over. As the , crowd dispersed at the end, of the evening, candy - and. cigars were -distributed to all the grown-ups And a merry Chrlstmaa wished each one as they passed out alter t tery happy . evenlns-v The pepons in chsrge xt this entertainment .'deserve fc-great deal of credit tof the successful man ter In which It was carried out. and many J- things- were: salflVc-f the management by the crowd while, dis- V perslng. the children to dream - of Santa, and possibly to suffer pain from eating too . many of the, goodies, and the grown-ups to dream ot their own c n2hood daya and aecretly breathe a t 3t" the good tlmea jof their re- - AmoLg the many delightful, dinners which were given at the University club cn last Friday evening on the oc casion of the dinner dance was t&e at which Dr. William E. Kramer entertained a number of hla friends; Theiitlft s prettily, decoratea witn i Vt1it fiovrers and seated around the ffttiva beard were Dr. and Mrs. Ca lyle N. Haines, Mrs. Mi T Moore, Mra. J. N. Bell, Dr. aiCDonaia ana uie nosu V Dancing was enjoyed after and during dinner, until a late nour. V Capt Nelson Dutall was the guest cf Major Dorst at the Bachelor duiio Ing on Saturday for luncheon. -? -: fir. and Mra. Charles Plnckner were the guests for dinner on Chrlstmaa Day of Lieut, ana Mra, setn w. wood. 'i CstabOtktd ITS Walter Baker mmwm Fcr ettlcr. drinklsx sad cooking . "- Pen Dt'.ldous, KctrU!dSt . .-. f : 7 VfiV ' : BcgUtend XT. 8. Patent OSse htruiiz&VCofXAt j-21b. ttn I. JJtker't docolate (unsweet T' " ened), 1-2 lb. cakes ;;: Gnaans Sweet Chocolate, 1-4 lb. calces, '.v-l; ; Tor Safe Omars ia Boaehhi ydtcr Baker & Co. Ltd; CCSCKC5TER. MASSU. 1. A. - - - - - -. . : 53 EIGIIEST AWARDS Hf v -EUROPS AKD AMERICA" . M is M T Is Is 1 Capt. and Mra. Alfred Rockwood and Misa Estelle Quilty had sapper on Sunday evening with Mr. and Mra. Earl Gibson of Honolulu. Dr. and Mra. Carlyle N. Haines en tertained on Christmas Day ith din ner for Mrs. Frederick Hadra and Master Jack Hadra. The enjageinent of Capt. Lester Baker and Miss Beatrice Fraser was announced at a dinner given at the Moana hotel on Tuesday evening by Mrs. W. A. Fraser, the mother of the bride-elect. The wedding is scheduled to take place early next week, and after a short honeymoon the couple will be at home at Fort Shafter. where Capt. Baker haa been stationed for a year with the 2nd Infantry. - MaJ. and Mra. Robert H. Peck were the genial host and hostess on Wed nesday evening at a dinner at their home on the main post The table was very attractive with a large cen terpiece of the glowing red hibiscus suggestive of the Christmas season. Seated rt this table were Major and Mrs. Peck. Mrs. Marcbeat, from Guam. Capt. and Mrs. Edward F. Witsell, Mrs. Edward Fuller Witsell. Misa Ruth Peck. Miss Beryl Peck. Master Rod ney reck and Matter Bobby Peck. laj. and Mrs. Claire R. Bennett bad one table of triage on Thursday evening for. Mrs. Edward Fuller Wit sell and Dr. Harry M. Deiber. Lieutenant CoJone! Frank C. Bollei was one of the guesta who were en terUlned byiCol. and Mrs. Charles Woodward at the dinner dance at the University xlub on last Friday even ing. r MaJ. James A. Dorst returned to the post on Tuesday morning after sev eral days' absence, during which time he waar visiting the Volcano on . the Island , of Hawaii. He !a very enthn tiaitlc over ' the wonderful sight of ihe pit of fire. e Capt, and Mra. Alfred L. Rockwood and' their house guest, Misa Estelle Quilty, were the guests of Capt. and Mra." Walter S Greacec at Schofleld Barrack fcr dinner on Christmas Day. ' - UeuC and Mrs. James M. T. Pear- i on had dinner on Sundty for Dr. and Mrs. Charles Flnc"ney and Mrs. Setn W. Webb. . Capt. and Mrs. Edward F.' Witsell will move dowa into. Honolulu on the first- of the. year, from; their present Quartera In the Bachelor building. CaptrwitseH'e duties oa aenlor . in structor inspector of the national guard of : Hawaii - requiring him to have hla residence in Honolulu. - Miss Ruth Tubba was a house guest of Capt and Mra. Ralph ,C Holllday Or,$e,!'eral days .this week. . ' ... i'-MaJT Robert ' M. Lyon liar left tha post for his new duties, witn the train ing camp at Schofleld Barracks. Mrs. Lyon -and Robert.' Jr, are occupying c uarters," temporal lly. In the canton ment at Fort Shafter. . ' : i J On ,ChrIstmai Day MaJ. , and Mrs. Claire K: Bennett;' Mr. Jack Bennett and Master Bobby . Bennett were guests at the Toung hotel for dinner. Little Misa Lenore Ely, who has been In quarantine for some time with chickenpox. is getting on very nicely, and her friends hope it , will not be &6ng "before she is lable to be - with them again. - . :i, ' ...... v . . V ' ? -. ! . Lieut and MraT'Jamea M; T. Pear son had dinner on Christmas Day for Dr. and Mra. Drinkwater and , Master Billy Drinkwater. ' . :' - i ' ! -, v .--...':-,; ; ' r Dr and Mra.Charlea Pinckney and . Dr. nd Mra. 11 Murray, both : of the Medical Reserve corps, are' among the new arrivals on : the post and have quarters in the cantonmenL;vv J :The 8unday school, which has' been icept :up ' by the good - work of Sergt j Ehaw, and of the good women of the post, ever since the departure of, Chaplain ' William Reeae Scott last ! spring, celebrsited Christmas this year aa usual -with the Chrlstmaa hymna and with the appropriate decorations.' There ;waa a prettily dressed; tree,' from which each child received a gift,; and after the alnglng of several hymns! the new chaplain who haa just arrived J on the post, told the children a very interesting Christmas : story. Besides the gift, which the committee had se lected with a view to each one's indi vidual tastes, every one received a box of candy. ' The only abaentee was little Lenore .Ely, who was aick, to whom waa aent her share of the good things with many: wishes' for speedy recovery. - v:j4 -'':SV ;" 7 . : j Chaplain Frana J. Felnler. who Is' now the chaplain of the 2nd Infantry,! win work with the Sunday school after this, and will also conduct services each Sunday at 10:20 a. m. in the hop room at the Administration building. - ' MaJ. and Mrs. Claire R. Bennett entertained Mrs. Stone and Miss Kath arine Stone from the Honolulu Mill tary academy at" luncheon on Thura day. . ' MaJ. and Mra. Correl have mrved down from Schofleld Barracka and I are ' living in the quarters formerly occupied by MaJ. and Mrs. Robert M.I Lyon.; . CoL Wheeler of Fort Kamehameha ! waa a visitor on the post on Thura' dar:-?r-. . ' ? -;-v - . The whole post waa aaddened on ! Friday morning' to learn of the death of MaJ. Frederick Hadra, Medical Re serve Corps. Maj. Hadra had been quite ill at the department hospital" for several weeks, hut had recovered sufficiently to be removed to hla home on last Sunday, and aeemlngly1 waa getting along .very nicely when ' the end came quite suddenly at 12:30 on Friday morning. ' ' His charming personality and disposition had en deared 'him to every one he came in contact with, an dthere is sorrow iv the hearts or all hla- friends at hia passing on. ' The sympathies of the post are with his ' bereaved widow.1 MaJ. Hadra came to the islands last Januaryand was stationed at Scho-( field Barracks until the middle of the 4, f t ? t I Miss Gwendolin Waterhouse, one take part in the exhibition by Madam ing. year when he went to Fort Shafter, and where he and Mrs. Hsdra were welcome additions to the post. MaJ. Frederick Hadra waa bom In Berlin, Germany. 50 years ago last August. He was a graduate of the University of Austin In Tezss. and also of the Galveston hospital MaJ. Hadra served as a captain and major of the medical corps with the Texas National Guard in 1893 to 1898, with the 1st Texaa Voluntary Cavalry and 23d Infantry, U. 8. A. in Cuba and the Phillppinee during the Spanish American war. Later he' became a contract surgeon and then a first lieu tenant of the Army Reserve corps and served. In the Philippines and Texas. He waa then transferred to the Medi cal Of f iceraV Reserve corps ot . the army and became a major. He served as va military surgeon continuously from 1893 to the present time, his last detail being major and post surgeon of Tort ' Vaf ter. The flags, both of Fort Shafter and of the department hospital were put at half mast and the hop which , was scheduled, for Friday evening - waa ' 1 . - . J. ... ............. -: ...v -v- ' - - ---- - - ' MJ-'.iv-o;.'- i- .:-V.'::";-v' . OHAHBEES FIKELESS f - - - '"'(10 COOKER OAS RAHOES . (0) h rl V- g(0)lTl,, Lh(QI ' will reduAjas bills. - '-'e. .. ViUUUS , -Second floor. L. : ; . . to tht Sporting Dept. . ; ' ' ' ' V . . ... . J , V k "- can be gained best by scientific and mechanical incu bation. By no other method can you be so sure of results as with They are built of the very best materials, on the most scientific and practical principles and are as nearly mechanically perfect as they can be made. They need the least personal attention and are almost absolutely automatic. OIFFUSIVE VENTILATION haa baen proven again and again aa the greateat guarantee toward maintaining a atsady nest in the egg ehamber. There are dozena of ether superiorities In the Cyphers. Call and lot ua dsmenatrate thsm. CYPHERS Electrobators aire best where electricity is available. The automatic make and break contact ia sensitive to the slightest change of temperature. MayJe attached to any electric light socket and placed in any part of the house. . A Vv .v..;.' .v..-k'.'. . v I f. ' of the juvenile dancers who will Lester's pupila next Saturday even A short prayer service will be held here- before the remslna are shipped to the states and a military funeral according to his rank will be accorded him on their arrival at San Antonio, Texas, which was his former home. A party of ten young people motored out to Kaneohe Bay on Friday after noon to enjoy a swim and a picnic supper, on the beach, returning to Honolulu that evening by moonlight Miss Isabel Baker , was among the number of young ladies present. All the kiddies on the post are en-, joying the holidaya which are given! them for Christmas, and are. very! much In evidence wherever one goes. Miss Isabel Baker will entertain on Monday evening at the dance and mid night supper at the Country club in honor of Miss Beatrice Fraser, who will be married to Capt. Lester Baker during that week. rw Harrv M. Deiber and Dr. Oscar Skelton are to be joint hosts at a large Incubators . - K - ? t A. Capital, Surplus and BANK Fort Street at Merchant Branches at Waipaha, Oahu Lihtte, Kauai 0. H. Cooke, President A. Lewis, Jr., Vice-President and Manager F. B. Damon, Cashier evening complimentary to Capt. and Mrs. Edward F. Witsell. They will enjoy the dance and the midnight supper which is being held at the club that evening : and watch the old year die and the new year come in. Those - i . W A 5S.inch Ofl Qoth for Tabl5--65c yd. : Plain white, and gold,' blue, or, black, marbltd dsalgn. ' : , j 18Inch iShelf OH Clotl PLATE GLASS MIRRORS: LOWEST PRICES; V : We have taken pains to compare our prices .with the prices quoted by other stores for similar quaUties and designs. Owners of boarding houses , and furnished houses will do well to replace the old, broken mirrors at this , time. ' " .' :4U-Xl PLAIN SQUARE. White 1rinch frame Sirs of glass, 9x12 inches.. 2-inch frame Size of glass, 12x11 Size of glass, 16x20 Size of glass, 18x24 Refinish Your Home After the festivities of the holi days, you will want to go over the floors, woodwork and furni ture of your home. Tou can refinish all varnished surfaces best and at least expense with $HBtVnN.7lLUAUS For Floors SHEmXtftLUJUtS For WeeeWeek Undivided Profits $1,450,000.00 OF HAWAII tallty are Capt. and Mrs; Edward' F. Witsell, Mra. Edward Fuller Witsell, Dr. Terry M. Bull, Miaa Ruth McChes ney. Miss Brown.''Mlsi;:,W<e,.v.Mlss. Madeline Sachs. Miss Dorothy Sachs, Dr. Richard B. Clark,; Dr. Pinkerton, Capt. Amory Cotchett and the two first bf the SCALLOPED BEVELING.' Vi-lneh frame Size of glass, 9x12 inches. .12X0 Size of glaaa, 10x14 inches Size of glass, 12x11 inches, Size of glass, 13x22 Inches inches. inches. inches. 4.50 7.50 9.50 Beveled, 12x18, 1 8x20, 18x20, Homes mad fmnitmrm v. '.- long Co I I V I LTD Honolulu hosts. if : M'rs. i Edward Fuller WiueU.' aitrr a atay of two yeara with her son, Ctrt." Edward F. Witsell.. will leave for htr home hi South Carolina on the trans--1 port next week. year. 'm. $2X0 2J0 so 6X0 I, ........... oval or round -cornered. A oval ....1840 oval 0 round eornsred J.C0 r en eveningc; where electricity, is' hot Light the available need not be without the advantage and benefit of beauti ful, safe, inexpensive 300 candls power light for either indoors, or outdoors lighting, v ;, The r :.f Lamp is safe and costs less to light vrith than the old style ccal cil linps.