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& , V . 1 '-"' "W-W"...".-----., I I I I I humi Mi JM. ! -S ! EVKNINO nifLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!.. SATUttDAY, SUIT. H. IP 10. Society Delle to Wed Naval Officer. On tho twentieth or this month Miss llnrel Mntiil llnrrtuan will become Ihe lirld- or Lieutenant Wllllnm Henry Muiiler. This wedding will not lie n large affair, nbout ono hundred guests will be present. Tlio ceremony will lie performed nt half nftr eight o'clock nt the prospective bride's par ents hcnullful home on Kowato street. Tho Impressive Episcopal service will lie used b Canon Anlt Tho color for tho decorative scheme -will ho n shinies of rose, from u deep shade to a p.ile pink. Tho c-ei oniony will lie pei formed In Ihe artistic dining room, this iioiii will lie entirely In whlto and green. Miss 1-loronco I tollman will he Iho maid of honor, Mian Ocne Tieve Hocking nml Mies Shll Hock ing tho two younger sisters of tho pi.-spectlvo lirldo, nml little Miss Mar. g.uet Wnll will net ns flower girls. Miss, Hazel Hoffman Is a very point lar girl In tho society elrclrs of J-n-iiilii. her picture and the picture of her fiance appear on pago twelve. Miss Horrman is a petit deml-brun-rlto with largo brown eyes. nm curly hair. She Is winsome nml gracious In in-inner nnd ikisscksck many friends. This ntlractlve girl met Lleutenani I M.mler lour years ago. when he was I viniionfMi ncro on mo IJ. 8. S. Itov- Pi . it .... ..... I S, Hov-1 (into suiter AinniitnB. Lieutenant .Miintor comes from nn old family In llalllnioie. Md. This gallant officer nnd his young lirldo will visit In tho Kouth; (hey will leave for tho Coast a South Miortiy liner tno wedding. Llciitcuant corner. Th- thirty guests were soil Munter will Imvo n. three months' ed nt four long tables, made vivid Pave, so tho honeymoon, will ho n In color by masses of red dahlias. In piotracted ono. Tho first of tho year tcnnlngled with yellow and red shaded this ofllcer will net ns executive) offl-1 candles, Mrs. I'opo received In n gown cer of the U. S. S. Mohawk, which of silver, embroidered chiffon of pale Is stationed nt Tompklnsvllle, N. Y. lavender over satin, nnd tho guests nt Miss Horrinnn has been tho recipient her table were: Mr nnd Mrs. W. 0. of iiiimetous engigenicnt prebent,' Irwin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllnm II. Croc-1 nmoiiB Ihe most beautiful Is n large ker, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kugeno Mnrtln, Mr. : solid silver punch bowl, which was and Mrs. Frederick McNcar, Mr. nn.t I present to her during Irr sojourn In ' Mrs. It. 11. Sprnguc, Mr. and Mrs. ! tho Orient. This gift wns from n Henry T. Scott. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles rolerlu of friends belonging to tho American colony nt Hongkong, China, Mr. and Mrs. Chllllngworth's Pol Supper. Monsieur and Madam Droyfus were Iho complimented guests nt n pol sup purwlilcli was given-Tuesday oven Ingfliy Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles Chilling worth. This delightful cntcrtnlnmcnt wns given nt-tlio Jittors' bungalow tin King street. Tho guests were tented nt a leng tahlo, which was ladeued with Hawaiian delicacies. Tho color Kchemo wns yellow and green, nt each place wcro lllnia lets. Inter mingled vvllh malle. In tho center of the table was a largo silver epemo filled with Hawaiian fruits. Dur ing the ropast Hawaiian melodies were snug, end many toasts proposed com plimentary to tho guests of honor. After supper, Madam Dreyfus was pre vailed up to sing, and In her cus tomary manner, held her audience spellbound. Later in tho evening tho guests participated In dancing until n Into hour. Among thoso present weio: Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Chilling .win Hi. I'rlnco nnd l'rlnccss .Kalanl sinaolo, Moualcur nnd Madam Drey fus, Mr. Hairy Simpson, Miss Mag gie McIntyre,-.Iudgo nnd Mrs. Alex- nniler Uobertson. Mr, Krank Thomp son, Miss Kalu ".Mclntyre, Mr. and Mm. I-". Hona, Mr. Chester Doyle,. Miss Dwlghl, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. B. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis on. Mr. and Mrs. .1 nines Jaegar, Mr. Cnm Walltor, Mr. Waller Doyle, Mr. nnd Mrs Irwin. Mr. nnd Mrs, Smith ies, Mr. Krnnk Mclntyro, Mr. Uowen. Mrs. Cooper Entertains. A picnic supper given by Mrs, cynrles Ilryaut Cooor. Thursday evening, created n pleabant diversion from tho conventional form or enter taining such as dinners and bridges. Tho party of eighteen motored to "Under Cllffb" tho country hamo of Hit) Cooper's, on tho eastern sldo of Diamond Head Tfio pally arrived at thin beautiful summer homo shortly nfter llvo o'clock, nnd took 11 dip In "the briny deep" bulum supper This leii.ist was served Ut n long table picnic fashion, underneath tho trees, eifa-Vxkt. Vtnlctl FillM Cablnilt fm .1 hM4w4 M M C,w,ll rw MMh Mt P44 tmm m On , iWJvl lBJB2-i?wSnsMiHi Km Hi T? - a 1H . LL.J-IIBA. WWBP f i Catalogues. Office iiiil(M(fwwsW"wif The grounds were lighted with Chi nese lanterns This enlcrtnlnmcnt was given In honor of Mrs Hubert Vos, nml her daughter. Miss Annie Oraliam . Honolulans will I., sorry to hear .hat Mrs. Vos has, decide to lli,,i' i"i me iiiuiiiinini on mo it'tii of this month. Miss Graham has nl most decided nit to go, but to spend the winter with her grandmother, Mrs. Coney. Miss Ornhnm Is ono of Iho most Irnutlfiil girls that has -over vlsltej In these Islnnds nnd has been tho Incentive for much entertainment. Sho Is n tall, willowy brunette, with largo cxpresslvo brown eyes, nnd dark wavy brown hair Only tho In timate friends of tho guests of honor v.-cro Invited to Mrs. Charles Ilryaut Cooper's picnic supper. Among them were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Castle, Mr. nml. Mrs. Wlnlfrrit ISabbltt, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. 1'. 1'iosscr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will' tcr l-'rnncU Dllllnglnm. Mrs. Ncwliv of Pasadena, Oil., Mr. J. II Coney of ICaual. Mr. Harold Dillingham. Mr llobert McCorrlFton, Mr Hnhron Wn ker an 1 Mr. Wllllnm Iloth. V In compliment to Mlrs Helen lr"-'-i end lier fiance, Tcmpli-ton drec'tor, Mr. and m'is. rioirgo fop, en.erlil.;: rd .-,. n n,nni.i. .iinn.r ... mm " " IVich t oden nn Stmdiiv eenlni!. With Iocs hlazlnir In Ihn two hm.ii nre. places and red nnd yellow laut nn carllng a soft glow overheal. Ihe In- f-rlor made an nrtlstic picture S'.nn-: hh melodies floated from n scrcenel W. Clark. Mcsdames: .1. II. Crockett Walter S. Martin, Jennie Crocker, Vlr glnln JoKlffo, Leo Olrvln, Isnbcl Spra File, Elizabeth New hall. Messrs: Jos-' cph ncdllng, K Iwnrd Grccnway, Alex under I llley, I'rc3cott Scott, Dcrt Payne, Douslas Orant Teddy Eyre. Tho Misses Woods, Elizabeth. S. I-Y r.xamlner, Aug. 23. V: Mrs. Waterhouce's Dinner, Mis, Ernest Wnterhouso eutcrtnln cd at dinner Tuojdny ovenlug In hon or of Miss Eleanor Wntcrluuso and Mr. Oeorg lscnberg. Tho cngigu r.ieut of this young couplo was an nounced last vvpek. This entertain ment was In the nature of n dinner. Tho decorations vvero In gr'cn nnd gold. Corel s, weio laid for ten, tho place cards wcro miniature cuplds. Tor tho present Mrs. Wattrhouso and her two daughters- nro Bojournlng up Tantalus, to oscapo tho heat In town. They will remain In Ibis mount-iin ictrcnt until tho sailing of the Mil rama, when they will embark for En tope Mr. Irwin's C'nner. lied carnations combined with maid en hair ferns, made a beautiful dec oration far tho dinner table nt which Mr. Irwin acted as host Saturday oven lug. This dinner was given nt tho Moanu Hotel. Covers wcro laid for tix. Handbomo silver candelabra, containing candle, nhadod with scar let silk shades, which ihcl a becini ing glow ovpr tho nsscnibled guests After il'nner tho parly attended the jnlo bill, v-dilch was given nt tho Mo nun lloin. Among Mr. Irwin's quests we-.e: Mr. Itoberls, Mr. Klrkpjtrlck. Mrs. Roberts, Mr. Whitney, Mrs. Hob- cits, Mrs. It win. Mrs. Weaver's Tea. Mrs, Ellen Weaver entertained In formally nt ten, Monday afternoon. In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs Lynch of Chi cago. Tt;a was served under the spreading banynn lice, tho tea table was ndoi nod with laign inagnolH blosBomu Mrs Weaver's daughter Mrs, Clarissa Ilnclofeld prcsldcjl gracefully at the lea table, a pleasant hour nf chlt-chnt was enjoyed by tho fJ FILING CABINETS hve We carry a Complete Stock, of these well-known Cabinets in v - , 't Wood and Steel Sujpply Co. guests. Among those g.oupe.l nround of Miss Helena Irwin. Miss Irwin tho ten table woie: Mr. nnd Mrs. is duo to arrive I rum Santa llnthiitn l.)iich. Judge and Mrs Snnfnnl II Hole, today nnd Bhe, with her llnnce, Tim Mr. nnd Mrs. D.ivld Lyman of Chi- pleton Crocker, will ho the motifs of cngo, Mrs. V.llon Weivcr nnd ethers, many of the social lotl ltie.i nt Del , Monte. S. F. Examiner. Prince Kalanlanaole' Stag Luncheon. ' i I'rlnco Katnnlnnaolo made n genial I The Oceanic liner Slerrn, which nr host Thursday when lie entertained nt riled vestordny Irom Honolulu, Imd a slag luncheon. ,Tho tnblo wns massed with La franco roses nnd maiden hair fcrff. At ono o'clock a delirious repast was served, after Uc io part ,,,, ,, , M(anaf, motored to the iia. Among those present were: I'rlnco Knlanlnuaolc, Monsieur Dreyfus, Mr. (,eorgo Smith ies Mr. Charles Ohllllngworth nnd Mr. Iloweu nnd others. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis nnd Mr. Donald Lewis hnvo taken apartments nt the Young Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. U-wls mid their son hnvo been so-1 Joimilng for the past flo weeks nt j tho Sim I'nrkcr home tin Mt. Tnlita- lus. During their stay mi the mou:i - tain side, they kept "oiien house" nnd gave much plcnsuri to their numer ous Honolulu friends, for the delight ful cllmq of Tantalus was thorough Jy enjoyed by their numerous guests. k Mr. nnd Mrs. I'ennlmorc and Mr. and Mrs. Holmes of San Francisco. entertained Thursday In honor of Ma jor and Mrs. Kennedy of Tort Shnf- or nnd Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wall, i Tho tnblo wis decorated In pink nnd Rreon-the place cards weioorhament c' "m n wnvrnlloM design. Aflc. .llif.AM 1.. unrlu nflititilml Mm! fill illn-T the party attended Madam I v yfus' concert which was given Thursday evening In the concert room c' " J,oana ""'I1' -, ,, Mr; ""'.'r"1'. ''",, ixton will sail on tho 10th of nils inontli lor 1110 mainland, whrro they will enjoy nn 1 extended Hip through the Eastern j Stnles. This popular couple will en- Joy a siowy Christmas In tho Ear East. I Tor they nro not planning to return to - Honolulu until 1911. During their', absence Mr. and Mrs. Hepburn lite' Madgo McCnndlcss. will occupy their homo In Manoa. Valley. Mrs. Harold Dllllnghum, who since her nrrivul from Honolulu, has con tinued to be so much fetcd( villi leave In a duy or so for Del Monto (o .en Joy the golf tournament us the guest For School Shoes None better than those carried by us Get full by The Regal Shoe Store McOandiess ymmmmmmwwmimmm ifflifi mmmm Globe-Wernicke uinnng other passengers alumni l'rlnccss Dnvld Kiiwnnnnakon, who has spent the summer nt her Islnnd home. The Prlnccrs will again enjoy n winter In fc'iin Francisco In her nt tractive restdenco In 1'rcsldlo ttrrnre. S. V Hxnmllior. The V. S. 8. Charleston Is expect ed to arrive In Honolulu on Ihe fif teenth of this month, imd wilt re main for a week or ten day?. The orilcer en tho Charleston have num erous friends In Honolulu, ft number of illinium, dnnces nnd brldgj parties nro being planned In their honor, Mr. Plnchon't Dinner. Mi1, rinelion entertained nl dinner Thursilny evening nt the Muaim Hotel The table was In scirtct. A delicious lepast was served at seven o'clock nfter dinner tho host and Ills guests attended the musical recital by Ma dam Drej fus. Miss Klllberlue Rlcplions, nleen nf Captain nml Mrs1. Marix of Iho tr. H Marino Corns Is visiting I.iciiten-inl nim- jirM, Cunningham nt ill!iun. Miss Stei hens will remain for tho regimental hop which will bo given nt Ihe Klrt'.i Cavalry Tost, Saturday evening. Monsieur and Madam Dreyfus. The luncheon glu-i: Krldny by Mon sieur and Madam Louis Ilrejfus was ,n delightful nfTnlr. Tli limeiieini wns given nt Iho Alexander Young Hotel In honor of Mr. nml Mr. Onirics Chi llngwerth. Mies Lucas to Visit On Hawaii, Mls Sara Lucas will visH Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Johnson nt their home 'nt I'nlina. Il.-iwnll. Whllo pn Hawaii Miss Lucas will visit several weeks at tho Volcano House. Mr. and Mis. K. Olson of Knhiiku. niiiioiinco the engagement of their dntighter. (Iraee llohr. to WllHniii Ar thur (.'leghorn. Boys and Girls t value for your money buying from us r n BIdg, the gretpst .capacity for -filing Ltd. ? tWP! ESTELLE HEARTT DREYFUS An Appreciation, by A rare treat was afforded levels of tin.- Iiost In iuii; Thuisdav night, in the artistic et uteri it-- tltal of Entello lleartt D.cyfus of Los Angeles, whlih was given in tliu music n.o.n of the Molina lintel, iilnl mat the iiudluiu-c appreciated ilin reml.tloii was emphasized by its munliuiu mid thcli enthusiasm, Mrs. Dreyfus is gifted with n I rich contralto voice or wld regis- I tcr and great roundness nnd smooth- I ncss i f tone, mid It shows 'the ino't iiiiielnl mid nrtistle cultiviitlon. i Tliero ,i n tlcith nnd charm to It! that many voices, good In them selves, fall to express, and her e mi li elation Is so perfect nnd her s'.ngo presence ro charming iiinl graceful, Of the shorter numbers, the "Span that It Is n pleasure to listen to leh I-ovo Song" of Cliamlnaile, with song after song. This singer Is Its rippling, dancing melodies, nut) very sensitive to tho mood of the! Schubert's ever beautiful "Death rung, nnd, like the u tor who gitcsj and tho Mulden," were perhaps tho only of his best when ho feels the, favorites, but It wns In the two op meaning bnck of his lines, she sings' cratlc numbers In which the slng wltli the understanding heart, bmg er's greatest p6wor wns shown. It before hlio gives tho words to mcl-1 Is difficult to say which won tho ody sho has sought nnd found the greater appreciation 7 the excerpt real roul of the song, the thought! from "Tho Huguenots," with all the hark of tho words, that mako It dash and tho lira and the pnssloll hers, mid thus her singing contnlus which Mccrbccr know so well how 11 nicntnl charm ns well ns ono of to put Into his music, or tho famous pure melody. This quality Is espc-. "Habanera," from llizct's "Car-, chilly emphasized In "Tho Snltita-. men," with all Its daring and nbnn-l Hon of Iho Dawn," composed by 1'ie.leiti- Stevenson of I.os Angoles, Ihn Instructor with whom, ns n girl, she did some of hor first work. This; composition In dedicated to her. The stupor t.nM.ofiHPa Mint Itii1nnt.nt.ini ' " ' ' 1 tTt H t-tHr The miirrlnge nf Lieutenant Willis i r ,, ij. S- M c, wm lHic ,,HC0 t,0 middle of this month. l.li-uteiintit Winter teglstered Krldny at the Young Hotel, nnd nttend-d thu ii-rtpllcu of Llllit'ikntntil. (Additional Social, Papcs 12 and 13) King and Bethel Grace Tower Warren. something which, for In h of a bet- ter name, Is called temperament, nml It gives to her worl. life nnd spnutuueit). When nrintigltig her proginms Mrs. I)rc.fus prefers to make c.ieli ono the development of one central thought, each number adding some- thing to the unfolding, like the pet- nls of u flower, till the whole form.t the perfect blosrom, and when glv Ing a series of concerts she usually docs this, but ns this was to he her only ptibll nppenrnnce In Hono lulu, it was thought best to choose ft mora miscellaneous program, In terspcrslng grave and gay and shad ov nnd sunshine to suit all tastes. don. So great was the enthusiasm after tho rendition of this number, Hint Mrs. Dreyfus was obliged to repeat portion of It. Her frock seemed especially chosen with tlinuchl rtt thlv mimtinr .lilnrU Htinn- " -- -" - -, , gled net, with n touch of gold In; the bodice, blood-red roses caught nt the corsage nnd two red roses nest ling In the picturesque, coquettish Spanish fashion In l.'.'r hair. Mlsa Mnrgarct Clarke, with her pale gold hair and white gown, made n most pleasing foil for tho darker beauty of the singer, nnd her work nt the piano, nlwnys so artistic, wns admirably done. The cello ohMgnlo of Dr. Cnrl Hnmiis added much to the effect of the Stevenson number. and altogether the concert wns otic long to bn remembered by those for- ttinnte enough to bn present. Mr. and Mrs. Dreyrtis are leaving Wednesday 011 tho Wllheliulnn for, Illlo, where the latter Is booked 16 appear onco In concert. ' nnd after visiting the volcano will return to Honolulu for a few days befoco sail-, Ing on the Matron liner for San Francisco nnd tho Soutu. ', During their stay here they haye bceii much entertained and hnvp greatly enjoy; ed the glimpses of Honolulu lfe. Another irtv of a dozen or so both past nnd present, ,whjcli Hiey fishorhieii ' Is leaving for Kacnn hnvo hnd. Shortly hefure, IcnvhiKi. pni. iihd It will bo In charge or Mrs. Dreyfus will give a small In-' l.estor Vetrle. All the regulnr vltatlon recllal to sonio women ' kmi(B w,u, rwtp tlle trp nnnually friends In compliment Io Mrs. Ken. nr ,, 10 llilt and Krcal Umc , nlniore. nnd Mrs. Holmes of. San i,ej torwufil to. Ernnclsro, who nro visiting hero. (,lncr ,.nmriI1K parties are getting and ns a farewell courtesy ta the lin(lcr .ay tn, ,,f(cr,,011, a,t fnr women whoso hospitality uhe Iibboh.',,,,,,,, ()f ,,,. Cre wn, ,, tenkg t0 Joyed while here. The affair will ,,0 ,, 0Ver ,,, c,mntry. on ho given at tho Ilau Tree, whoro Tllc,.ln.. Illor,inir .here will bo n Mr. and Mrs. Dreyfus hav made- their home while here. A CO I) I) II KT. Two old cronies wont Into n drug store In tho downtown part of Now I York City, and, addressing Iho proprl-l etor by bis llrst name, one of ihem said: . I "Dr. Charley, wo have inado a bet , of tho Ice-cream bodas, Wo will have them now, nml when the bet Is drcld- ed tho loser will drop In nnd pay fcr j them." ,b the two old fellows were dopnit- Ing nftor enjoying their temperance culd boast of no children nnd ns 11 bevernge, tho druggist nskod thorn I consequence was not likely, Warren what the wngcr was, nlleged, to lake equal Interest In tbq "Well," said one of (hem, "our , tiff Irs of tho school Mnson iiiude his friend ficorgo bets Hint when the low-' campaign on Ills record for tho term er of tho Singer Ilullding falls, It a ill which he Is Just completing He re topple over townrd tho North Illvrr, fused Io solicit votes und announced and I bet that It won't " Everybody s Unit If tho people wanted hlui for nn. Magazine. other term they would have to turn out nnd vote for him of their own tic- BULLETIN ADS PAY-agc letters and Bxc(u3ive Agents rtUbllih4 i;o Walter Baker CHOCOLATES and COCOAS Por eatlne, drinking and cooking Pure, Delicious. Nutritious ,.... Vw V IWt.,! I. S. ftlfst llttl't llrea!rust Cocoa, 1-2 U. tins linker's llioralatc (uusweot rned), 1-2 Hi. caki-s (jeminn Sweet I hoeolate, ll lb. cakes Tor Silt tr Leadlai Otoctrt In Honolulu Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. DORCIIBSTCK, MASS, U. S. A. SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA MANY CAMPERS STARTING OUT Labor Day Camping Men Leaving For Good Time This ntteruoon at 3 o'clock 11 fish- lug party will leave on the yacht Hawaii for Luna I, ajid the. llshernicn 1 will return on Monday afternoon, tired, but. presumably, happy. '.Included 'In the party are I'rlnco ciipltl. .forif'KIng. Chnrlle Wllifor. Churlfc, ' Clillllngworth, J. Ilowen, tlrorge Smithies, and several other well-known people. The fish nro said to -lie filing freely oft Lnnal, und as plenty of halt wilt form part of tiie enrgo of the Hawaii, a big hnu) Is expe-.ted. rol,.ct(m ,)f p.i,rned faces that will adorn Tart and King streets. i COACHMAN VICTOR OVKIt .MILLI()AIIIU NEW YOIIK, Aug. 10. A coachinnn delt ated tho millionaire owner nf n big Ixing Island estnto In 11 spirited contest tor i pltton on the school board ut Mnnbnssct, N. VH la.st night by n margin of a dozen votes. Tho vic tor, William A. Warren, mailo hlq campaign on the Issue Hint ho wns tho father nf 11 family, whllo Stephen II. Mason, his ommnenl. thnuch married. cord . mm ili'i v.vr.T &r ti.iiivii-vv r : tt , -J. hh -; 'M. Mil ': .1; . 1 "-.j ,., y. -i 1 .1 ..1 , ' 1 41 .. A a-ii?