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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. 1. .. BATUn'OAY, ftKC. 18, 1409.
Thqt Women Appreciate
Is one that combines Beauty and Usefulness
The Great White Frost Refrigerator
i .. '' 'cmwiHi u
Hat these two features at Chrostmas Gift to a marked degree. The White Froit it a beauty that every woman it proud to have in her
But aside from itt appearance it has points that attach it to the owner more strongly.
Of this refrigerator the question "Is there a perfect refrigerator made?" can be rtruthfully answered n the affirmative.
Because it is a metallic refrigerator made entirely of galvanized sheet steel, with solid brats' trimmings.
Because there i not one stick of wood at large. as a tooth-pick connected with it in any manner.
Because it is coated with white enamel inside and out (exccntinir ice. chamber).
Because, after it has been coated with said white enamel, it is placed in an oven of high temperatures and the enamel thoroughly
Because it it cylindrical in form, and hat no natty comers to dig out.
It it the handiett refrigerator made.
urn-rag tne Holiday t tpecial inducement will be given buyers of this refrigerator.
Because steel will uot shrink swell, warp or decay,
Because it hat revolving shelves.'
Coyne Furniture Co., Young EUd
Dear Bob : I want you to buy me
a WHITE FROST.
, SOCIAL NOTES j
Mrs. Ormlston entertained the Pa
ledji Social Club Inst Thursday even
ing. I'eilro was the game Indulged
In fhirttiir th fr.rp fmrt .if thu nvin.
lift niter which refreshment!) were
nerved. Among those present were:
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ormlston, Mr. and Mm. ,
l'n'tten, Mr. nnd Mrs. Schonlng, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Merrill, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hide
out, Mr. nnd Mrs. Boyd, Mr and Mrs.
Foster. Mrs. M. A. Wright. Miss Dan
lelsoii, Mr. Clyde Wright.
In Part II of the program Mr. Hu- ng, nt tholr attractive bungalow, rlty, the following appaarr. In the 8. The McOrqwg rccolved a caoie thnt Mondays of each month, 1
dolf J. Uuchly and Mrs. K. C. Hor- which Is situated on Nuuanit V. llullctln: tficlr son, wnn convnlesrlng nnd hail
ton will be heard to advantage Heights. The function was n dinner Among the passengers sailing on Kne (o Snh Sebastian In the North
one of the numbers being the "Son- given In honor of 'Major Iong, the tn0 wce)t8 n3r for Honolulu was ni part of Spain to recuperate. Mr. nnd Miss llcnuon of Portland,
nta for violin nnd plnno F major" Commandant of tho United States jj Albert V. Dixon, who has been "" 0,e- "ro B'vhK n week-end party at
of Handel followed by an Interest- Marine Corps. The Humsoy's home spending the summer on the Coast. The Italian Consul Mr P. A "nlelwn. ,,le lmrl' w"l '"",ur tllla
Ing song Cycle Elllland by von j, considered one of the most arils- Mr8. Dxon mnde her home here n Schnefer and his wife, entertnlned O'lcrnoo ' umt nrc"' uo rcs-
VlollnMnttfrkn nehfcl.r FlelU' unB hy Mr' chc8,er Llvlng' 'c bungalows In Honolulu. andthl fcw ,.ear8 Bg0 when tho late Hear- informally at dinner, Tuesday even- rt. MU rc,urn ,0 J0" S'My. Mr.
, Th. . Piiffht'nf am. fllon' Althou"h the Pro ""- ounB couple understand 'to perfec- Admiral Dixon wns attached to tho ing. The table was prettily decorat- l'es KCR8 will Include Mlsa
Vkn1n-(a Sherd's Dance" " ise' to be ne of the most lnlf,re,"' Uon- U,e art of "talnlng. Mon- Nations. Mrs. Dixon hns many rein- c, In lavender asters; after dinner, Co '""' M,1",mJur"cr "f ,8t- Lm,'s'
Molin n) Shepherds un ,nB glven by the League. A Unfit- day evening. Captain nnd Mrs. Ham- thl.s , Honolulu mi.l plans lo spend c()ffoo waH smcd on the spacious la ',n'1 ,Mr8t- nml Mls8 Va" Sclmyver or
(blMadr'tgaie'".' cd number. of ,lc.ket8. " nvnl,,nble " wl eUln nt dinner In hon- ,he winter there. . nallt f uosebank, tho valley homo ,,ortlalt- 0re-
Plnno Overture The Miser's
at the nominal rate of COc for those or of Captain and Mrs. Mnrix of tho
not .members of tho League who wish U. S. M. C. Covers will bo laid for
to attend, on salo at Wall, Nichols, eighty and after dinner two tables
will be set aside for bridge.
Miss Elizabeth Sargent who has '
visited Honolulu several times, ana
ir it it "I ine ncnneicrs inc gucsig present.
. . . ' . . - spoilt nn enjoyable evening.
The many friends of Mr. Tarn
McUrcw, eon of Doctor and Mrs.
John McClrcw of Honolulu, will be Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hcrg arc o".-
sdrry to hear that this brilliant cupylng their new homo In Mnnoa
Admiral nnd Mrs. Vhltlng, nnd
Mrs. Dixon, wife of tho lulu Admiral
Dixon of Washington, I), a, wero
the house guests, over Sunday ot
a . . ... ... ... 1 lf-11 4l t II t- . Ilnl KniilA1' fi( lltltlli MH.1 . 1 . .-. tl.. !... ttll.
during her visits wag tho guest of " Aiueri r'. utxon, wue 01 mu young man has been in in raris, iincy, mm. nerg wm ue ui nuiuu inm "' "u1 ""-
Violin Polish Dance
dish Dance Dct' anA Mrs- Jonn McOrew, Miss late Henr-Admlral Dixon Is visiting where he has been making his homo, to her frleliiH on thelrst and third lie of Fort Itugcr,
At tholr attractive home on Wll- -I-der
Avenue Mr. and Mrs, William
Hawllns acted as host and hostess at
atcharmlng appointed dinner Tues
day evening At either end of the
m- a vtr. mill!. n...,iin. n:. ' wianiuwakl Adelo Dreler nnd the Princess Ka'
U..U . huimw Manuui aii- ... , fi.. an. & (.I.hiIi
Song The Penitent wuim.iimua. mm .....--
Violin (a) Ilerceusc Jocelyn w numerous In the Islands. Bhe
aodard having been ono of the most popu-
(b) Serenade Vladlne. lar girls that has visited our ''sunny
rjnuflel.Marle shores."' The following onnounco-
viiinniVnhtinii . . ment has been received:
me " .. mB. t , r,,n.1.. K.nnn anwannt
thble, were fancy wicker bn-ket Qo'la'-'l Mr' u,m "'""" -""'" -;"""
mu.i ...hi, i- ..i..i. .., ,.i.k ' announce tho marriage of their
........ ...... .u.jj.v nuuiB, biu .ivm - ,lnnplilr
uW linnfd nf httlb ll.lla tho tnnif w t -..t ltk Ut,U6"iDI
.. ......... u, i...n .ui.v, in v iuiis air. Herman iiugo, cuiiuctvcu iu
Enednierx trailing In an artistic fash- the firm of I lack fold & Co. Will re-
Ion over the tablo, which was scat- turn with his bride, a charming
tercd with purplo violets, the com- oung girl of Aurora, Indiana, where,
blnallon of pink and violet produc- the ceremony took place at the resl-
tng a beautiful color scheme. Tho dence 'of tho' bride's parents. Mr.
guests that enjoyed Mr. und Mrs. and Mrs. W. it. Hathaway who gave
Itnwllns hospitality were: Mr. and their daughter Brace to Mr. Herman
Mrs. It. n. Iteldford, Mr. and rs. Hugo. The marriage was solcmnlz-
Huymond Drown und Sir.- Aimes Mc- ed at high noon. The home on
Candle. Fourth street was a bower of roses,
A nn.l nhvMnlliamiinia Tim lirlfla lmlc-
Mrs. Jack Dowsetfs luncheon ed lovely In her bridal gown ot C. entei mined at dinner on Tuesday
MUs Elsa s!nae!er has been the white crepe do chine, which set off "S", "," "no n
motif of much entertainment during her blonde beauty to perfection, she " ,',;0lS"Vr!?h(I; offleen
eZnednlarng0 TZ Sr. " f Z
fun' ,n"d lr -J r '" IXs'inrrlallrad'reTh1; "ST
r:? .sr; waT,omosetcoarp: 2ar.s K tt! rle; T"
.propria., as the' popular gulf of 1-ohengrln's beautiful wedding beauty o cut g as
honor will he one of the January march, the two soon to be mad. one fu CW n n ml brig ht s.Uer.
I,riues. Kach guest was the reel- oniereu me urawing room wnere iu . ' , d, ' . . ... .
Plant of a corsage bunch of violets wrla.. service was read by the " - . J to the hefs art.
Mr. William Crelg Walker
on Wednesday the seventeenth ot
November ono thousand nine
' ' and nine '
ut Twenty-nine East Seventy-third
Lieutenant Lewis of the IT. S. M.
YEE CHAN & CO.
CORNER BETHEL AND KINO STREETS.
and maiden hair, which were worn Reverend Mr. Crosby, Universalis!
ditrlng tho afternoon. Tho place minister from Indianapolis. A very
cards wero decorated with brides pretty feature of the ceremony was
roses. After luncheon a musical, 'he exchange of rings as they'pllght-
afternoon was enjoyed. Among those Cl1 their troth. Mr. anil MrB. Hugo,
present were: Mrs, Jack Dowsett, held a reception and then departed
Miss Elsa Schaefcr, Miss Margaret fr few weeks travelling through
Wnlker, Mrs. Andrew Puller, Miss Colorado, before coming, to their fu-
Helen Alexander, Miss Vera Damon, ture home. '
Miss May Damon, Miss Nora Slur- ""
geon. Miss Lily Paty. Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. George Iloss of Ho-
... ',,,." A' J' van'l)oe n" nolulu Plantation were happily sur
Miss Molot McKee. ,.,.,, n, ,hi. i11.,on hnm. nn
prised at tholr plantation home on
Friday evening, December the tenth.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Paul Haag't Dinner, when a delegation from the planta-
Knal's;QulnlAttu Club, furnished !lon called and announced the ob-
the niuslc,fof tho dinner dance ulv- Ject of their visit, Mr. McKeague,
en by Mr. and Mrs. C. PauHlaag of 'n a few appropriate words expres- gUtconth ' 1)aluJt wa8 K,ve, llt
The guesta sut down to tho repast
nt Bevcn o'clock and nflor dining,
attended the band1 concert, given by
tno Second Cavalry band on the roof
garden of tho Young Hotel and par
ticipated In tho dunce, complimen
tary to the Officers and ladles on
the II. S. A. transport Logan; Lieu
tenant Lewis guests were: Captain
and Mrs. Marlx, who looked stun
ning In a lingerie frock, Captain
Ramsey and his charming wife, who
looked lovely in a chic gown of black
not, and Miss Katherlne Stephens,
and Lieutenant LtwU the affable
Thursday evening December tho
Francisco. This' "elaborate nf- 've of the esteem In which Mr. ana , .,.',,. v.. iii.,i i... i.
fair was given at the Moana Hotel " " "e held, presented In be- w eI ei n 18 ', r
Thursday evening, where this half of tho employees of tho, plan- rubber The dnucr waB 8ervt,a ,n
charming young couple has been so- ta"on. aB elegant service of silver, tno .,rvato dining room and from
journlng for the past four months. '. K088 responded In a brief spoecU decoraton8 to the viands wore
Covers were laid for sixteen, the h'8 appreciation of this unexpected ,cai( ,0 , , 8peeche'8 were
table was e aborately decorated In '". Mr. Ross resigned his posit on mado b b or ,h0
red lent added beauty to the table. "" manager o the Honolulu Planta- whcl were mMt enj ub,e ,
This function waa given by the g.- Hon some weeks ago and on thflrs timo wns evident, as much cnthusl-
'".,, ,08' Ln..honor ot Mn- "aa'9 fyof January nineteen hundred and agm waB 8hown ,. fc k.
birthday. This popular woman waa 'en. will leave the Islands for an ex- ,n i,rogrc81lca over the ,act thal tho
fchowered with many girts of flow- )e4'4 r of tho world, accompan- rubber ,ni1Iitry nllhollgh , B ,
crs andy.tl.er lemebrances, and re- ' by hi. wife. The community re- f wag boun'd , ,m
eclved Ifio in-st wishes of nil who Kret ,08lnK Mr- an& Mrs- l08S 'rom another rourco of revenue
wore present. After dinner tho as- ,ue,r miliiX aa ,hey bavi always been
somblago danced until a late hour. w,com,e d5,u?" ,0 evo,r.yu ffc"" Tuesday Mrs. James Robert l'ou-
Among those p,,cnt besides the ovent- A'l good wishes go with them. re a chmten. ,)llrt , honor
hostand hostess were; Doctor and for a B,lfe una i1a8a"t Journey. , Ms8 Mare. whUllgi w0 wn
MrB. Victor Collins, Mr. and Mrs. with her fatter und mother, Reuf-
lleury Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Levy, The Muslcul Circle has given ex- Admiral und Mrs. Whiting on the
i!a 'J"1 Si'"" a,''orBU Smltliles, Mist ent entertainments In the past Lurlloo Filday for her homo In Sun
lloligh of Stockton, Cu Mrs. Zeavi, und the one promised ou the twenty- Frunclseo, Over thhty chlldieu were
Miss Helen Hough of Stockton, Cal., eighth should be equal to any pre- home" day of Mis. Pourle'sshidlu
MrJ Ray Joiles und Mr, Percy Cleg- vlous one. picsont. Tuesday being . tho "ut
uHn ( ' MrB, Henry lllcknell, the chair- hoirio" day of Mrs. Pourle, her hns-
1 man 0f (le Mdalcal Circle bus ar- pltuble tea tuble was surrounded by
This recital was given at the ranged for a Schubert evening ana tho following cullers: Mrs. Mugoon,
Knights df Pythias Hall, at VaI- has obtained some of the best tal- MIbs Magoon, Mrs. Dunning, wife or
luku, Maul, December 1 4th at 8 p, ent' In the city In presenting Borne Major Dunning, ut Fort Bharter,
m. for th0 benefit of "The Church of the workB of thU great master. Mrs. Purdee, wlfo of Lieut. Pardee
of tho Good Shepherd" at Walluku. Mrs. Frank Atherton gives a sketch ut Fort Shufter, Mrs. Cree, Miss
The audience wns most cordial and of the compouiSrs life and works. Cree, the Misses Hough of Stockton,
enthusiastic and demaudtd an 'en- Several of the Lint transcriptions Cul. Mis MtStocker, MlssJ.ydla and
core ufter each selectjou. The fol- by' Miss Sheffleld and Miss Wicks- Miss Julio MtStocker, MrB. Jut vis,
lowing piogram was reudere'd: truui and Mrs. Allau Whit, bus their house guett, Mr. Williams, or
Violin Recital by Miss Miriam Hail, kindly Louseuted to slug Scbubert Fort Ruger und otheis.
assisted by Mrs. L. Tenney Perk. "Oretcheu am Splnrad" uud the "Erl-
jilaulstj Hey. Canon Ault, barl- konlg" two of his most celebrated Captain and Mrs. Ramsey of tho
,tne. songs. U, 3. M. C. eutertulued'Fitday even-
' i 1 ' ' ' '
The.targcst and most exclusive line of. ORIENTAL GUUM now
being exhibited in Honolulu are on display here for the
Christmas Trade, This line was personally selected by our
buyer while in China.
Sensible Holiday Gifts for Men, Women and Children
Suggestions Jn Our
Men's and Boys'
Full and complete lines, especially
selected for the holidays.
HEN and'BOY'S SUITS in he new
est desicni at popular prices of $8
to $20. r
MEN and BOYS' SHIRTS in the
HEN and" BO? S NECKWEAR in
the .prettiest line ever displayed in
Honolulu at attractive prices.
HEN and BOY'S HATS in new and
PAJAMAS for men.
MEN end -BOY'S UNDERWEAR in
fancy and plain colon.
TRUNKS an J SUIT CASES, the
largest and,raost complete line in the
Territory at right prices.
. U t ' x
SANDAL WOOD, embroidered, tilk fans.
HAND BAGS, embroidered, only one of a kind.
GRASS LINEN in all the popular thadet.
DRESS SILKS in the newest Oriental effects.
TABLE C0.VERS in all shapes and sizes, embroidered in
the most exclusive designs.
DOILIES in all popular designs.
CURTAINS in all latest Parisian effects.
PILLOW-SHAMS in the most exquisite designs.
BUREAU SCARFS. Both in drawn work and embroidery.
SILK SHAWLS in the newest creations.
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS -in beautiful designs.
SHIRT WAIST patterrs. embrofdered on the fronts,
back, sleeves, collars and cuffs. The prettiest goods
ever shown. Only one of a kind.
DRESS PATTERNS in Grass Linen and Pongee Silk,
.handsomely embroidered, and only a few in stock.
Suggestions In Our
CONTAINING THE VERY LATEST
PATTERNS FROM NEW YORK.
DRESS GOODS, plain and fancy.
LINNEN nr.d LAWN, rouge variety
NECKWEAR in the newest shapes
RIBBONS plain and fancy in all
widths. The largest, prettiest line
LACES and EMBROIDERIES, all
kinds, in very newest patterns.
HOSIERY, black, tan and. white,
in plain, open work and embroidered,
SHIRT WAISTS. th6 largest var
iety we ever showed.
CORSET COVERS, embroidered in
the daintiest patterns.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, large and
varied stock for women and children.
HANDKERCHIEFS, silks, cotton
tttA linen nlflln nllrl AnilifAilfA.l In
I the very newest designs.
.MERCERIZED WMSTINGS and SHIRTINGS put up in special Holiday boxes, 3 1-2 yards to the piece. Thj most sensible
giu loriaay or geniicnmn. ,ji
Our 'SHOE DEPARTMENT is complete for MEN, WOMEN or CHILDREN, with a large variety of styles and prices.
SQUARE DEAL HOSE for MEN. WOMEN and CHILDREN. These.lines are packed six pair in a box at $2.00.. Guaran
teed for six months or new hose furnished. A very sens ible Holiday gift.
YEE CHAW & CO.,
CORNER BETHEL AND KING.STR EETS.
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