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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, OCTOBEE 16, 1910.
Hair Dressing Parlors 6 SANITARY HAIR ROLLS, The only Hair Roll recommended by sca p specialists. HAIR NETS. DOLL WIGS A SPECIALTY. SHAMPOOING. MANICURE. - y fe, Wilder .r--.,le.l at a gi.en in -Marl- BaUenTyn. Mr X f? l.r,r or mairdand trlea-is. The tea Mis llen North. Mis P'- J !f,.,I-V Y-'- The -. wa- . . . , , .- i ' - ard'oni with v-iljw 'br v-a i. r Sen; u m t; .; r, nai era . o .sr . r: j ; . -n ; 1111 - r.l - .'.inn,- ; he U-t we.-., th..,-:. : HONOLULU'!) I3AXB. Thl vne-day Mornln, M .,. ,. nUb : Ko ; .-:t-' w re of -nor? . r u t rs i I i'r .-! T.-ai H-i.n. niii '- .:' Ti - r by E-j-jr-.r of iiina, pa-sed through on ! V.'tiie.-day oil hi way home from a r.-ir t th I ' r-i r I Stat-s. I a- a ?i"e-eiilT rman which arrived I!h -"liiran oi ,-v. trantrt Sh- Wed at-day afternoon. He ha- just :' an extensive trip around The world, but in spite or all ni-. other trav-i. found Honolulu a piac- .f gr-at interest. The Maktira on Tutelar brought 2;o?or Soif. fotmer governor of Samoa, tth his it and ehUL He has b-en iornor of Samoa fur ten year, but ta- now- given up that po to return t 'Jerrnany. While the Makura was in ort. Doctor Solf and his wife were taken in charge by Mr. Pfotenhauer, th German consul, under whose gtiid inee tbev visited all joints of interest. . - Mr. Mo Lain and Miss Lois Wilson f Lo Angeles have been entertained liy Mr. and Mr-!. Thomas In Wahiawa and here ;n the eity. They are on tbir wav home from Manila, having Mondays Punahou. College Hills, Manoa Heights, Makiki. Tuesdays Waikiki, Kapiolani Park, Kaimaki and Palolo; Fort Rnger first and third Tuesdays. , Wednesdays Xnuami. Pnunni and Paeific Heights. Above Nncana bridge, first and third Wednes days; below, second and fourth; Paeifie Heights, fourth. Thursdays The Plains. Fridays Town and hotels; Fort Shafter, first and second Fri days. Saturdays Ealihi; Kamehameha Schools, third and fourth Satur days of month. .held th tir-t j erir.eidav a( ; Kinau sr-i-t. ' B. oorer. neeticg .-.f the -Mrs. Richards' T tit- aew prc. presided at : ;: son L o :u e -rsr. Mr-. n.-i!-tinjj. jf h'inor. i and Mrs. Hff.iaDn, w ho wiil nolulu shortly, was the g:ie-t irof-orrant decision was u::de at :na the eliib is to t.u.--hae a new piano for its own. Tu s ,-iub has I meant very mtieh to the mu-iira' pe.pie : of Honolulu, who are eat .ff fmni many, of the privileges and advantage ; en joyed by t'r.o-e living on tht main j land. Thi purchase of a plan., will mean an enlarging and broadening of the work done in past years, j The following interesting program was given at the meeting 5a-t Vednes . day: i Srherzo ' aprierii) Brahms ed at a dinner at 1 ' Craigide for four- Mi-s Eva Steven-. teet g'.iests on Monday evening in honor On the Wav to Kew rthur Fote of Mr. and Mrs. am4eil and Mr. and Mrs. Walbridge. j Ecstasy (with violin obi i gar..) i (Mis. Oeorge Kolpa teen ui'-ni'bers of the on the Mongolia, but Examiner party tnev intend to Stav over in Hono:u.:i a wrs or two. e vS" ifr. Eva Emery Dye, who was ex perr.d to arrive by Friday'- boat, has pos'-poned her trir. ff.r a short tlviie. wbi.e finishing some writing on which she was f-ngaged. Mrs. Dye's visit will be in the near futore. however, for she aihv arrive on the nest Sierra. She will be accompanied by Mrs. A. Hol tjen. The mother of Mr-. George Gnild. & s.r:. Ti..: r;oe titc Trmo TcniTi- tyne and Miss Harding were guests of "hSr. JamM Cocbburn last Saturday od Sunday at Hanauma FJay. ' vt Mr. and Mra. flive Davies entertain- j j Mrs. Wah-ijtt of LeiSehua entertained Sat a de:ghtful bridge luncheon last t Tuesday af'ernoon. Mrs Waleutt 's I gne-ts included Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Hart. ! Mr. Hanson, Mrs. Morse. Miss Hart, ' Mrs. Koester, and Mrs. Hewitt. Mi- Scherzo . . A i ubes j lie ,e 3 A dinner darn-e was given lact even ing at S.-h"fieid Piarraeks to celebrate j the reunion or the fifth '.'avalry. Tne j decorations were yeiicw, which is the ! cavairy color. Many of the service I people in Honolulu motored to Leilehua. most wiii r.tay over unday but some came brtrk t town -n the wee small ; hours. Everyone had the same good j time that they had at the last dinner j dance at Sehofid 1 BaTracks. 'alm as the Night ;pnng Is Here Mrs. Beach Ward, Mrs. Voper. Marrucci en forme i "Etude Leschetizky Mrs. Richards. j Tlie Moonbeam and the Ro-- 1 ; Mr. Herzer. Midsummer Night - Dream .... Temjdeton Mrs. Whitnev. Barcarole Francis Thorne , Mrs. Mutt-Smith and Mrs. Weight. v Mrs. Long was hostess at a bridge party Friday afternoon at her home on j Lunalilo street. At ha'tf t Carlos Caceres -tr-mg BUTTERICX ESHIONS AITTVMN 1910 hAAe m Mbx ram Free maZSc . :i-t toiir a Mr and Mrs. .1. A. McCandles bave ,,uw"rr wuo ,:ul TJ01 ear.is came .n i d imitations for a reception on n en..,y a cup ot ta and a socai chat. Thnrsdav evening. October 20, in honor Among those who enjoyed Mrs. l ong s I of Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Hepburn. 5 ?Pit -v .were ' V,rs" AfU aI?,er 1 An enjovable transport dance was .Kbard.s, Mrs. Ramsey. M i- Katharire g:ven at the Moana on Wednesdav even- vens Mrs. Rees Mrs . . I ..w. inc upon the arrival of the Sherman. -Mr- L- Bayson Mrs. Parmee. Mi. r.- .,n;-w.,! oS wpII rhnsft nf f- B. Steere. and Mrs. Charles Udder. "-' I" I .. .. - . the army and navy were present. Many i officers and their wives from Leilehua came up for the dance and everyone ! dec! t .-t .-t . ' a,,ly oura uuenos -yres or i,io ae jaue- i ,.!,'n. t..ij! r,i-.t., ; .,,t iro, to England and Germany. After held Thursday evening in the hall of Central I'nion Church. The early pan of the evening was spent in listening to an excellent program, opened with a v On November 2, Doctor and Mrs. Hoffmann wiii sail on the Sieria for the declared it wa the best transport dance mainland, thence to Mexico and parts thev had ever attended. , of south America and from there, prob- Harol.i 'as:'.-, Harriet Young, s Florence ir.fi-St-t.hen-, Mi-s H arie Li:.?a. Ml-- Julia Motoctcer, Mis Lv.ii.i MoT.jcivrr. Mi-s Angus Wicksttum. Mi-s Evnoti, Mis- Eda Miss Vera Damoc, Mi-s Irene and I-abeiia Cooter. .jt .jt Donald Iioss and bride were pa-sen-gers retnrn ug .n The Marima Friday evening. Mr. Ross is weil known iu i Honolulu and is e.mnected -with Davies A: ... in a bii-ines- way. Mrs. Ro-s I wa- Mi-- Hilda Eilioft of Liverpool. Mr. and Mrs. Ross were married in I Ontario and spent Their honeymoon ; around 'he vicinity of Niagara Fails. i Many friends and relatives gave them a heart v welcome. tC Mrs. Wilcox entertained the Service ' Bridge Club at the Court land la-t Wed nesday afternoon. Tables were arrang I ed on the verandas, and the game was j enjoyed there. The prizes of a ham i mert-d brass lantern and at! embroider ed card ca-e were won by Mrs. Winter .and Mr-. Chapman. Among those pres 1 ent were Mr-. Putnam, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. chapman. Mrs. Falls, Mr. Smith, I Mrs. Estes. Mrs. Arthur Marix. Mrs. I Turner. .Mrs. K'obards and Mrs. Winter. i -j I IMrs. Norton Bo'oo. a-si-ted by Mrs. j Sidney Baliou. Mr. Brown, Mr. Arthur Wail and Doctor , Ramus will give a I recital on the twentv -event h of this ' month at the Young Hotel. At this 1 ree;tal several song-, composed by Ho ! nolulans will be sung one being '-Peace." composed by Mrs. Walter j Frear and sung by Mrs. Bobo. Doctor i will accomj.any this with a cello obHgato. Most of the accompaniments I will bd played by Mrs. Bai'ou. and i sj 1' ctioa- from the "Per-ian Garden"'. will be sung by Mrs. Bobo, Mr. Brown ! and Mr. Arthur Wall. Those who have already infi-enred to act as patron.-s-e i are Mrs. Walter Frear, Mrs. Hepburn, i Mrs. Winsiow, Mi-s B. ooper.Mrs. j George Brown. Mr-. Arthur Wall. Mrs. , We-terveir. Mrs. Marix. Mrs. Sidney P.;!'ou. Mrs. NewcoruV.. Mr-. Hejidriek. M-. . ". Swain. Mrs. John McCand les. Mr. Bickncll. Mrs. Will Whitney and Mrs. Hocking. s -J J Miss Lvdia and Mi-s Julia McStoeke- entertained a few of their girl friend ! informally at a tea on Thursday affer I noon. ' .j ,4 i Mr. and Mr-. W. P. Olds of the E, Doris E. Paris, Fort and Beretania Streets. Phone 2091. Angejes Examiner party are passengers from the Orient. Great Charnf for You in the NEW FALL STYLES Yon jno-f own can best masfr the f.pi put Vm (lis needs with ButtericR Fashions Aatamn Qua rterly a ny B'lttfrick Free, cents. w . t n Prie piano solo by Miss Kafherine Reynolds. Miss Bertha Kernp sang two very pretty songs, and sang them well. Miss Frances Dillingham gave one of her own mono logues, and personated an inexperienced woman presiding over a clib meeting so well, that she afforded much amuse ment. After a diK-r by Mrs. Mott-Smith and Mrs. Weight, Miss Dillingham was persuaded to give one of her poems en titled. "How Con 11 I Know.' remainder of the evening was spent in conversation and enjoying the refresh ments -erved in the Parish House. v Mr. and Mrs. George Rolph and Mr. and Mrs. Campbell were the eompli jmented guests at a dinner given on 'Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Frank j Richardson. The table decorations were gorgeous yellow chrysant hennims. Af !ter dinner the party of twelve enjoyed j -evera? rubber- of bridg". ' J ! Mr. Lee of Denver. Colorado, and h;s i .!:ii!g!:te'-, Mr-. Zehring of Salt Lake j .t Mr. and Mrs. Bbod f New York, j M r. and Mr-. L 'Ifommedi-n, Mr-. Atkin- Gardr ; irg of t i;i,(M-r r Wilder rt ii 1 1 Mr. .lac re the gu t- i. T'lCsd Mr. and Mi-. Rawlins .e, die.- t (i -a V t hC l! I,, tl.e !!.! -.lo ..li- eilj i-'.'- i' ...a.-.S "llawa: iau r llawai.an ri SACHS DRY GOODS CO. a r. ..4 v aft. ,st rni. M : several months in Germany they will travel on through Egypt and the Holy Land, India and the South S.-a Islands and have even expectations of going to southern Africa. Their trip will be a lengthy one and they hope to see many places out of the beaten path. They are sure to have a most delightful trip., but their many friends here are loth to see them go, for it will be such a long time before they are back in Honolulu again. v K Letters have been received from .j-jj Canon and Mrs. Simpson from Hood raver, Oregon. I hey are very liappny situated in a most beautiful country: "It is a country shaped like a triangle the base i- the glorious Columbia, the apex stately Mr. Hood, and the sides tiie Cascade Range. Hood River mean- i ders diagonally through, emptying into the Columbia just where Mt. Adams, i another snow cap. can be seen behind the bluffs 'ruly a glorious country.". Though their many friends in Honolulu mi-s them great!-, and would be glad tu see them back, everyone is glad to hear that thev are so happilv situat'-d. . . Mi-s Alice Cooper entertained at five tables of cards fin Monday la-t at he? home in oiieo- Hills in honor of Miss Aeries Wickst rum, win. ief1 on the .'en- Si.-rra on Wednesday for a six months poi -tay on 1 he mainland. The prizes w.-r"-!:- iMi.-h admired. M i. S needy won a dain t ho ty S.-its.ima hati.in and Mi-s Myri An he.. gus an exo ii-ire brass bowl. Mi-s whs ( '...-.per g.i niciiided Mrs. hc dy. Mi-s". Het-barii. Mr-. Bowen r.f Fort ;i:if-,.r, 'Mi-- Mvra Angus. Miss Jean ard Air-,.-. Mi-- Irma P.aller.t vne. MI-- layover On the way over to the Orient, tiie brier sta i here- impressed them so much with the ; i 1). aiities of Hawaii, that they decided ; on their reitirn to stay over and make a thorough tour of the l-!and-. Mr. ' I Olds is president of the largest depart- j ment store in Portland. Oregon. Mr. . , and Ylr-. Oid- are guests at the Fleas- I anton. I , , I I A farewell arty was given for litrle ; ; Fred'-ri'-k and Keaioha Waterhonse on j i Thr.r-day atternoon by Mrs. Ernest Wa- i I tethouse at her home on .Tudd street. ; Frederick and Keaioha. children of Mr. ' and Mr-. Fred Watei hon-e. accompanied by Miss Nine Adams will leave the j iat'.-r part of thi- month to join their j parents in the Orient. About twenty j : little friends were invite.l and a hap- ' py afternoon was -pent in play. Among! the little guests were Amy and Leigh! i Waterhonse. ani and Peggy Wilder. ' i Ronald and Katherine von Holt. Donald j ! Y'-iicg. Dude'y praft. Harvey and Dick- I son Hitchcock. Patty and Elizabeth! ; Warerhouse. Muriel Davies. Ilolbrook . Gno.lale. Fredr rick and Keaioha Wa- t.-iho'.ise. ' ,t ..-t . j ! Mr-. Henry dn R. Phelan, wife of! ' Doctor Ftielan of For de Russy, i- visit- ! ; in a her brother. F. D'i Boi- de Jancigcv, i silver. Refreshments were served on the larg .Waikiki iaaal, after which music was the en'-rrainaieut. Miss Wilson and Mrs. Ma . L?an are stopping over in Honolulu on their way horn from the Orient a ad expect to continue their vovage on the nex: Korea. Mi-s Moorhead. a sweet contralto singer of San RitaeL is visiting Hono lulu . for a week, and is the guest of Mr-. H. B. Resrar'.ek. She spent the summer with Mrs. R. R -Hind of Ko- hala. j I The F:ev. Fenton-Srr.'th of FIiI cams ; up on the Mauna Kea yesterday, andj will be in the citv a few davs. j Mr. and Mrs. John Henrr F'sher and J Ml Helen Haver cf Rediands, whi spent a month in Honolulu on their re-! turn froai Japan, left on the Tenyo ! Maru vester-ia - f or California. , j A party of -..r Dg'sns. composed! of Mrs. J." v. Sett ,;; ac i danahter. Mrs. i Crlsrivg Bancroft and Miss Stella Kiau-! ber. pa-sel through Honolulu on the j Chiyo Maru on, We-iae-iay on their round-the-world trie. ' J I A mooidiirht swlrftnirg pnrtv wan ' given at the Han Tree, at Waikiki. last) Tue-day evening by Mrs. A. IL Tarle-1 ton in honor cf her brother-in-law,! Ceorg-1 Ros of San Francisco who had I been isitir.g ia Honolulu for several; weeks past. The affair was strictly in-' formal, as a swimming party must per-, force be. After a jolly swim, during which Mr. Ross rer-eived several fare-; well duckings at the hand- of the femi- j nine contingent, coffee and anI wiehes were served in the spacious dining room ' of the Han Tree. The evening was en-; livened by -torv-f eliing. in which Baron Muiichauen. donah and the whale and alt the other famous yarns and yarners of history and fiction were ssdlv out Ha ed. M r. R--.?s left fir San'f"ran-; isco on the Wilhe!m"na on Wednesday. -but hope- to return before long and bring ids family with LSui for & pro tracted stav. .. .4 t Tie ie- .!:. f Mr. and Mrs. J. J. : Williams, l"is Piikoi street, was the. scene ..f a very ::etty home wedding, last nit: Lt, when Mi?- -Lei Williams, the . daughter of tiie house. be--ame the bride ; of E. L. Bellinger, one of the hea l men in the employ of the -Mutual Telephone : "oupany. Tiie ceremony was performed '. I v Father Valentin. :n the presence of , the family of the ride and the inti-' mate friends of the young couple, the' wedding taking place at eight o'clock. ' The house was tastily decorated with ! Hawaiian holly, the only tree of which i in the Islands grows in the yard of the I bride's father. Tne young couple will i begin housekeeping at once, the groom's duties at this -articular time of tele phone stress precluding the possibility I of a wedding trio. ; FRESH FLOWEfiS Cut fresh daily and in pdfc CHRYSANTHElEli ani others now in Keit. Lowest prices. Wagon, Fort ai4$J eirrcis. is.;urs weicoma to mi' Kalihi, next to Thomas PineappliV pany. Okubo Garden, telephoP THE INVISIBLE CASTCJ will not mark or scratch fiat COYNE FURNITURE CO., IT, Bishop Street FOR SALE Several lots in Kaimaki osft tat? of the Ridge rt the eni the car lice. Finest view in the entire tint Will sell at a verv reasoublt fgure. ;..l' ,- Caa arrange terms. BISHOP TRUST CO, Limited Bethel Street.' -: SOCIETY PERSONALS. p Mr Man T':( for Washing En route he so iu .so'.r.hera Wing Tai & G Contractors and Builds Ti. oMin-- wns the hostess .fterroon rit a y-arty v:;i Hawaiian Hotel in Loi- Wilson nnd Mrs. Furniture, Wall Paper, PlttS 1216 Nuuajiu An. v Lean t;oon was 1. hi'irdred. Mr tiie f:r-t ;.:::. ( !.;t.,:. Trr. -v The after- Los Angeles a-actlv -i-ent with five r.e-rer Hunn winning :" cut g!a-- and Mrs. - c.ii;s,dati.!! prise of George McClellan lef n on the Wilhelmiisa ;i! -;end a week or si.toru;a. Mr-. Mclaiu and Mi-s Lois Wilson Los Angelt-s are stopover pas-sengers r a few weeks or so. M - Agues Wickstr im sailed on the ; Ifl bCaUtiflll JCWClf -W n.'ieimin.i ai: l win vis-.t trien-ts and: Iririve- in the States, and exteets to ! ORIENTAL GEMS m ii-re in aoout six months. (Continued on Fage Seven. BO WO Hor-l 8t bet. Minn ske m4B-- The IMcDtobDcB Skarlt In its extreme form will never be popular in Honolulu, but the semi-hobble will be worn through out the coming winter; all our new gowns just in by express from New York are made with the semi-hobble effect and are beauties; these are now ready and await your inspection. OUR NEW GOWNS are gems of the costumers' art; they embody all that's new for the Fall but sensible, the kind that excite the most favorable comment; they must and Winter; they are not extremes be seen to be appreciated. THE FASHION MAGAZINES all call for certayi kinds of dress materials, and certain trimmings to match; we have all these materials - all these trimmings; never before has there been brought to Honolulu such a complete line as vre are now showll OUR NEW TRIMMINGS The local drv-s-makera have been waiting for the-1, and those who have seen the ljie 'ell us It con rain everything that they could .i-k for. There are P.-r-lan Bands in all width-, from o'.e noli to twelve, with medallion- to mat-h; Silk and Head Eird.roi. !.,.-."! Hands; Metal Band-; I'-T-ian did ( loth for Y'.k- ' !-g-. See oi,r Window li- !a. . EVENING GOWNS Pnle Yellow Chiffon Size 38, -emihobble skirt with s3tin ruffle; M7. no Light Elue Chiffon Size ?., pleat ed -enidiobble -kirt, embroidered wai-t; S.l.j.Oo. Pink Chiffon Size :S4. full hobble -klit with nide satin band above flounce, e-iibroideied waist; $3210. AFTERNOON DRESSES Navy Blue Chiffon, over Dresden Silk With embroidered panel front, navy satin ruffle, size 35; $27.50. Old Rose Satin Yoke embroid ered, lace collar and sleeves, size 34; .fi'.'.ou. Copenhagen Elue Satin Misses' size II s, -emihobble skirt: $27.00. Wisteria Crepe de Chine size 4". skirt ha- -emitrain effect: $35.00. SILK MARQUISETTE A beautiful -ilk fabric, similar to chiffon cloth, but with the open weave effect: in great demand for afternoon and evening wear. Plain Colors White. Mr-ize. Blue. P.'a. k and Cream. Changeable Creen-.. Reds. Biiiec, Lavenders, etc. 40 inch, S1.75 and S2.00 yd. NEW FOULARD SILKS In dress lengths, just enough of each piece for one dress; no dupli cates. Colors Black and White, Navy with Per-ian border, Navv arid White, Alice Blue an 1 White, changeable Brown. Beauiiful de-ior,-, doulJe width, all bordeied. S30.00 to 37.50 each. CHANGEABLE CHIFFONS All the rnge now for veils, scarf- etc. These are 44 inches wide, wii enough for the large veils now vogue; the quality is the test. Colors Green and Blue, Blue w Brown, Green and Brown. Bine Ml Gold, Blue and Cerise, Pick Cm v. $1.00 yd. PERSIAN CHIFFONS i are new and will lo popular j cesses, -a-art's and yokings. S2.50 and S3. 00 yd. for ED-OLE E Di L E A is." o a