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HONOLULU STAT BULLET XX, .SATURDAY; JULY C, 191
i Is an absolutely important essential to investors or hone 'ujyers .
kex raw-AV A 1 1 rr- ,vt .... 1 t:::m-:m:mm
pt:ost of honor at a picnic party il
the- home of Mr. RJbbert Atkinson
at the Peninsula tomorrow, given bj
Miss Hose Herbert. The yoans-folks
be chaperoned by Mr, and . Mrs.
Younger Set Entertained. Miss Gustave &chaefer Entertained.
On Monday afternoon Miss Dorothy The San Franciscq Examiner says:
Wood -entertained some of the mem One of the unexpected pleasures of
hers of the younger set at a Flvet' the week was the big tea giYen on
Hundred Dartr af the Seaside Hotel- Tuesday afternoon, at the home of ;..
M't Rose Herbert's Picnic Party. I The -affair was In the natora of a Mrs.: Clarence Orange.' in Broadway.
is.i Harriet. ; Lucas win be the garden party, for the card tapies were j. up lnviiauau we wnowea uy ;uie.
placed on the lawn; Mrs. wooa ana ea o qmcwj mui mu uias or aa..
Mrs. Cardwell " receiTeI wittf "Miss tlcpation , was left. but everyone re-V
Wood, wtiile Mrs, L. Tenney Peck and sponded to Mrs.. Grange's hospitality,
Mrs. r Wooten served ice cream and many coming in from the. country for
Mrs. E. J; Timberlske served nunch. the occasion. , Mrs. Grange received;
llrure CartwrlEhL Jr. The Invited i Dnrlnr th kftpmooti music was fur- with Mrs. Gustave E. Sehaeffec, re-
kiipkIh. include MIrs Harriet Lucas. niBhed by Kaai's ouintet club. metnDerea nere as aiiss Ljraia uid-
MIrs Mary Lucas. Mr. and Mrs, Druco
s Cartwright, Jr. Miss Helen Spaldln.
r Hsh Vivien Buckland. Miss Hare
V BiirVland, Miss . Jluth Soper. Miss
Pauline Cchaefer, Miss Zepha Pi
frchfll. Miss Elois Wichman, Mis
Violet Stoever, Mr. Kenneth Abies,
Mr. Charles Lucas, Mr. Arthur Gil-
tran, Mr. Robert McCorriston, Mr.
The first nrlt. a dalntv hand-era- bons, sister of Mrs. J. Charles Green,
broldered hug pillow, was given to who has been, living in Honolulu
Miss Betty Case. Miss Bernlce Hal- since her 'marriage about to years
stead was given a-Venetian cold ago. Mrs. L. Ward Flaherty ?f Wash
cream Jar as consolation, prite, and . ington, D. C, sister of Mrs GjTante,
Ed. Kitto, Mr. Edmund . Hedemann, t f reshments.
MbH Helen Jones received the booby,
a little picture frame At five o'clock
a number of young gentlemen were
invited in to partake of the dainty re
Mr. Albert Foo'e, Mr. Carl Schafcr,
Mr Fred Schaefer. Mr. Bradford Sum
ner. Mr. Frederick" Wlcbman, Mr.
David I-arsen. and Mr. Charles Her
ten. ::.: . ;.. . . ;
V PAN FHANCIBCO. Invitations
have ' been " issued by Mr.; i and Mrs.
Charles .Tern pleton Crocker for the
carriage of their, sister. Miss Jennie
Adeline Crocker ' and, Malcolm Doug
If p Whltiran of. New, Torfcf The cer
, emy win be celebrated m at.
1 Matlhev'a Episcopal.. Church. In .San
I Mateo at high noon on July, 16 and
I will, be followed by an elaborate
breakfast and reception at the mag-
fliificent home of Miss Crocker In
Hillsborough. . -'
- 'Miss Crocker returned from New
j York on Sunday and went immediater
! ly to Napa, where she spent the week
i end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mar
' tin at "Stag's : Leap," the beautiful
. country home . of. the Horace Blan
I chard Chases which the Martins are
occupying this summer: Mrs. Eugene
Murphy, Mis; Marjorie Josselyn, Mrs.
Claude Boettcher of Denver -and her
dauphtfr, -Miss Ruth Boettcher, and
Peter Martin were .Also guests at the
lartln home over the . week-end.' Mr,
and Mrs. - Martin and - Miss Crocker
.came to' the Jcity off VTnesday' and.
have been spending several davs - at
the St., Francis Hotel. .Mrs. Martin
and Miss Crocker have been devoted
friends for years and at Miss Crock
er'sweddlng Mrs. Martin -.will attend
her as matron of, honor. , Jler, little
daughter. Miss Mary Martin, will . be
one of the flower girls, and it Is prob
able that Mr. Whitman's. little daush
ter will aUo strew flowers in the path.
the bride., ..;--,',..
Mr. and Mrs.' Charles - Templeton
f Crocker .returned during tho week on.
the Moneolia from . Honluhi. 'where
they have made . a" liit of .sevcra
weeks. Mrs.. Crocker as Miss Ifelehe
Irwin has been J a. frequent 'risitbr in
the Islands and nun? hers . t)f her
fiiends there by, the scorf. Mrsi'Hart
-M Dillingham.' who-was -attractive
Margaret HydeSniith,v entertained
. who is established . In aj charmin
. . home near her daughter, was also a
frequent hostess in honor- of the
Crockers. -Mr. and Mrs. William Q.
Irwin deferred their home-coming for
a fortnights - - . , .
Mr. and .Mrs. Crocker nyide a very,
nlant star at the MnVna Hntpl. nn
WaTuiki Beach, where they 'were the
fniests of the Outrigger' Club. The
Myrtle Rowing. Club and .the Yacht
Club 'were sJso unt Iring-in their. it
.-Ofavors to make the Crockers .visii
) i enjoyable. . . " f-
Mr, and Mrs. Crocker are again. in
' their home. ""Uplands" in San Mateo:
where they anticipate remaining h
greater part ol the . summer. Ex
am Iter. ... ; " t :
... -t 'r'' " :-":': -1-Miss
Mvrtle Schuman to Entertain.
Miss Deris Hutchins will be th
guest of honor at a card party atr the
Country Club' next Thursday after
noon to -be given by - Miss Myrtle
- - ' . w . , .
Ellis-Angus Nuptials. - a ' : ? -
.The wedding of Miss Ethel Angus
and Mr. John Howard Ellis will take
place this evening at half after eight
o'clock, at Central Union Church.
Miss Genevieve Young to Entertain.
Miss Generieve Young . has cards
Mis Wood's guests included: Mis
Myrtle Schumann, Miss Marguerite
was also & guest of honor;' Mrs. .Flar
herty Is here ror the summer. ; v
Mr 8. Grange had her home done in
a style to suggest summertime, with
a quantity . of flowers, everywhere and.!
the western light gleaming in a
prismatic glow through a colored win- 4
AVhcri buying a home the business man - wants it convenient to "town. The wife wants it in a
good neighborhood, near schools and churches. "All these essentials are combined iif "
Wadman, Miss Helen .Jonesr Miss do w. A ; Hawaiian orchestra jpUyed
Catherina Jones. Miss , . Margaret
Jones, Miss Marthy .McChesney, Miss
Thelma Murphy.;Miss'Dori8 Hutchins,
MIrs. Helen McLean. Miss Carri Mc
Leah, Miss Dora Atvater.sMlss Juliet
Atwater,; Miss Daphne Damon, Miss
Margaret Restarick, Miss. Janatt
Sharp, Miss Helen North, Miss Eloise
lullaby airs in melodious accord, with
the genial afternoon. . Most, : of the
guests wore . summer apparel, and
pretty dresses galore added to the
charm of the occasion.- .; ;
Mrs.- Grange wore a rose-Colored .
brocaded crepe,',wth a"' pretty lace
fichu, "her - superb collection of opals
wirhman Mfaa Tinth Anderson. .Mlssi enhaficrng-'thft beauty; of her attire,
Ruth iSoper,'- Miss -aura; Low, Miss! -Mrs.- Schaeffer. w a chiffon dress.
Carol Low,? Miss Elizabeth Low. Miss of pale blue and yellow. Incidentally,
Violet JStoever. Miss Jleleu Spaldih.,; Mrs. Schaeffer. looks quite as - pretty
Miss Ruth Johnston, Miss -Marian as she did as a girl, being considered
Chapln, Miss Rose Herbert, Mss ; one of the prettiest brides, of the sea
Mary 1 Lucas, Miss Frances i Cochran, I &on in which ho was married.- ,
MIss r Alberta - Whollev. Miss: Bernlce i Mrs; Flaherty wore a dress of chif--
Halstead, Miss 'Beatrice White, Miss fon flowered .with pale, orchid colors.
Fannie Hoogs, Miss . Alice Hoogs, Miss
Hazel Buckland, Miss Vivian Buck
land, Mrs. Haynes, Miss Dorothy Pet
erson. Miss Helen Wilder,, Miss; Paul-
Mrs. Samuel L. Naphthal was one
of the most stunningly attired women
at the tea, appearing in the new mag
pie combination of - white and black..
Ine Schaeffer., Miss Zenha PIschell.r The dress was of .creamy filet lace.
Miss Elizabeth Woods, Miss Daphne made over black satin, the-deslgn be- ,
Carr, Miss Stella Carr,:. Miss Phoebe Ing as slmpW as possible. iThe , big
Carter, Miss Elizabeth . Carter, Miss straw chapeau was of hlack, .with a
Frances Cousens, MlssBetty Caseuperb sweep of white heron aigrettes.
Miss . Helen Rockwell : Mr; Donald f The white and ' black y were very be-;
Lewis, Mr. Wrenne- Tlmberlake, Mr. coming to Mrs.4. Naphthaly's - piquant
Walter 'Kendall, Mr, Donald Gllmon?. style. ; ' - -.j -iZU
Mr. Wallace, Lieut Vaughan,: Lieilt. " Mrs. Richard J Sill, who is .Just
Price. Lieut. Pratt, Mr. William Schii-.P.ftck; trpm most ;;miereEtinffOrld v .
"mann,k Mr. Cyril Hoogs, Mr: 'Alexander; tnur .of, two and. a hal( years. was -Andersonwilr,
Dickson Nott; Mr. Fred; greeted 7 many ;t5f her: old; friends.?
crick Wichman. Mr. Oswald' Stevens; Her gown -rwasav, dove-gray, crepe,
Mr. nurmnnri MK3rew. llr. Vejnmi heavily .embroidered. .- ' - i
Tencet,4-Mrv'".Wt8on ? Callentyne;-: Mr. J:' ,MlM'.Ett;;Taytor, ; the .pretty in- - L
: r;mnhn -itr Rtrkr. looked the 'tvDical summer girl which I
ft . :
This brand new, bunga.
low on a corner lot
in Makiki is offer
ed lor sale lor .
. ff DESCRIPTION OFrBUNQALOW , :4 ;
. Modern sixroorW bungalow, just completed, ciesigntd especially : for comfort . and convenience' in
temitropic ; Hawaii j has u U-in ceilings, sleeping porch and I largejanais; J3 connected with gas mains
and electric lighted. 'Servants' quarters and laundry 'are in rear. : . , ,.
"- As an ihvestment;this property will bring areturn a -20 per cent '
If you cahH get avay todajr or tomorrow telephone and we will
call and make an dppoihtment to take you out to see the Makiki
pr6dertyva.tyour convnien v
Recently this was on the
marked for a less sum, hut an
additional area was added to
the lor, and further improve
ments made. '
D ESC R I PTI O N OF LOT
: Location of. lot la a cl.olce one .In
thej veTybest nfchborhoo! in ?.takCl.
on a corner.' onev block .from car line,
faclfts on srttw't with' aWewalk-f and
'curbs,; oiply" 'ten' minutes from the.husN
;ness'fcectlbn 'of,' Honolulu. There .are a .
number "of grown trees and otht-r vege
tation on lot, as. shown by Illustration.
80 Eles'ciji'aiDitS Stjpeou
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v.' .!'.; :.V'" - tV.l ; .-s . . ;;
. 4 A,
V!' ? 'i
tbe , artists delight ' in using 1 to adorn
Mr. ;?.Iarstoa : CampbelL;: 'llr.. ' Rlqker,
Mr, Ci 'llcdeann, Mr. Wright,' .Mr.
Bohtjs " 'Macfailane, Mr; Malcolm
Tuttlc Mr.' Richard R Wood Mr. Ken
fceth. : Ueldfonl,' 'Mr:. Charlie ' Stevens,
Mr. Georro ' McEldowner. l Mr: Dave
I.r'M',""''?!rr Boh ' McCorristcia,'.iMrJ
.aiij Ou-erUrlc,-Mr ;Ed.: Kitto,.1 Mr. Llnnemann-Qertr. Wedding
"'".nS cMSomM cT.S"l 'nUt ' ;bijou.'program. has . :;; ;
the' real .summer-of the leafv ' snnnv i ' : f -. ' . ' -
outfng days at fashionable, resorts., ;.;. d nr t1A onAntnf t'onpfa. ':- : rTHBEE GOOD, ACTS
ll -ht.r rehouse to 'the. Juvenile Bostonians on ;0 - ... , r ,..v -
TheDljou's. program Cor . tonight 13
1 Ilf'KIlM.V IllKIlL M.I1LI l ilt-- 11U11SLM ill K ' J
I rcJ:r:: 1 Lcztc76r, Alrv John qalt, -ne nome pi, Mrs aaranenz on conserving their brightest and sweet- m ?very Interesting one. Besides the
::r,'vX-rier ;Gt;sMrv .McCauley.;Mr.Kiiig street was the, setting for. a very egt blpoma fdF the demands that may viu'devnie. programVwhJch insists of
Kr.rrp, JIv Anderson,. Mr., Patten, ' Mr.v pretty,, wedding - yesterday. ..when. Mtss vmade updn them. - ReporU fc'onf 'u sketch" team, a trio. H grand K)pera
Dial;: ly : IcCtocker, Ir. : Ca&panoll, Irene . Gerts, . the . daugh.ter,; of . Uie Hawaii -are . most pleasing to the fingers, and a comedian,- there are a
Mr, Ilockwelland' Mr. Horner ; . . 1 house, became the pride of Mr. Ax- fr6hH0 nf ttwutMa artrow iw ha. ntrmher ' f 1 tifrtntes that ' Am unusu-
thur IJnnemannv,, .The .reception oomoiu; ftnd their, friends are legion. ally interesting, taken from any view
i!hu:Wec. w , t where the young couple were, married pruny the samesocal Attention 'point, v : .
IDCV, Wash.-June ll.A ro-' was decorated with greens and e gi eh them f-id, Honolulu MVasrfh-ir v The Olive 0:
of- a' mainland street'fecene with the Etror sly ; layed and U well wc
f W 4-4
bid blnld ; Italian playing ? the -organ,
the Von.lssinsingr nd'. the..';daushter
passing the hat 'around. ".hey- will
introduce, other quaint street scenes.
One of the features of their act is the
singing of Cheri-berf-bi.
? Lew, Wheeler will discard his burnt! ; At , the Entire cctlca pictures
rlr ' m i Voiin o n r? will nnnpar net thft. rlnc?voW . ha cv.- fr-V c -
kid who don'X know ,nothin.. He will j o'clock, on., Tha subj:ct3 depict t
ie heard in; new songs. . - ; ; jedy and, pathc3 cr rather i:o f;
Carberry and Kellson,. will be t seen f grave to say. , A very zzzl crcl.:.
; J The . pictures ; aro a'l' -cf th3 1!
arrctjnterestln Eutj.'ct3 ar.J wl.l w
upia very gocJ Saturday nlht
gram. ' '
itely for Mr. andrMfs: Crocker. Trance that; began in-the .Hawaiian ceremony was performed by the ReVr :p0rtion' on ; the : other-lslanda.;.-fWhere istoally ' good and ; true lif 6 imitation' "A Country Home,
ter being one' of her deares', islands some years ago culminated erend John Erdman, lender a" canopy tjVftr lhey have ' nflye(j flowers have mmmmmimmiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
. Mrs, .Eleanor, Hyde-Smith, Saturday. , night in the ; wedding of of pink and white astera'Tne ; bride iSrahoweped theni and-one et . . - : ' ' ' :- '
Helen B, Gilhus. and .Charles H. HuU wore a gown or heavy , ,rwhe - silt theespians wrote friends - here that4 C
at the home of the, bride's mother; 80Q -trimmed with real lace and" carried &t wailuku it' seemed as thoueh they" n
West: Second , street,: Hey., C .W, Mf. .ower. bouquet of bride's, roses, v Miss 8t U
Dermolh officiating. Onty; immediate Eleanor Vogel, a cousin ot the bride, aflth e Liberty Tomorrow will' be
relatives .of the contracting iamilies wa maid 0f honor. She w a STn spent at the volcano, which will be in
were, present, ,:. ;. . - V.;,-w A. . of. pIueconfection;.;. CMrer.blne,.' tatln.. J :ial . eruntlonfor their-beneflt ---It
. Uirs, ; Hullwas bom on'
of Maul, as were. In. fact all the tx .groom keeping-by. her brother, Mr. roT)rts received It is Drobable the dis-
t hildren, of-the; GilhuaamilyHer dolp
lather was the late, Captain Gilhus, tard acted as best ;man.3v; -r ;rrHve - ;
master : of a whaler in; the- South,' "vAfter the wedding Mr. and Mrs.; ttt-" e' w -." ; '
Seas for many years; and .be made kthnemann - left ' for- Haleiwa, where i. V - - '
his ..home on .the. islands." After', hts; they-, will spend their honeymoon. . M Hi?,?hjn8 ?: . . 1
death and about a. year ago the. faui-(; ' . , - .. : . CHnton J. Huhlns was hmch-
ily moved: here. Hull.; who,
In business. on Maul, followed and - 7Irs, Walter Coombs entertained at try-lub. The co or schemej Wr the
the. wedding ' resulted. The...-young jQncheonv recently v in , compliment uecrur Jlf V" .rttS
Gypsy 'trio' have an 'un-l in a twenty-n'.inute playlet . entitled! will render popular select!
The act , is' the evenin:
j ii . t i ... .
,uplf:expect shorU, t, return .0 the Anna Tucier who8? eug TArkrl
, rn . Putnam. Mrs. Batchelder, Mrs. jvt-
flllid Ilh wMI .tm .r .rr,n. ampneil. an. J u,er. Mra.j
...... -.w ' " r - - - " a r u VT'stlr a v Mfoo - I lAFfa - Hutnhlno
- ,- -'.- w.-kW -
Miss Myrtle Schumann, a Luncheon
Hostess. ' " '.
Miss Myrtle Schumann was hostess ed - on the table. -The favors were
at a pretty, informal luncheon' yes-
erday; afternoon at her, home on
Keeaumoku street The table center
piece was of American Beauty roses. 4 seven.
Hand-painted place cards . bearing iU
design of roses, marked the place of
each faiest Covers fwerer laid , for ten
including Miss Daphne Damon, Miss
Dorris Hutchins, 1 Miss Thelma Jt'tt
lihy," Miss . Margaret Restarick. Mi3s
Marguerite " Wadman,' , -Miss 1 Zepha
Pischell. . Miss Dorav Atwater, Miss
and Mrs. Hutchins.
out for a 'card party, next Wednesday 'Juliette ; Atwater and Miss Myrtle
afternoon. Schumann. . . i V : .
tiny slippers filled with rice, and
heart-shaped cards marked, the place X"? -
of each guest. Covers were laid for Mahoa Card Club. . '
: .The Manoa Card , uiud was . enter
tained hv Mrs F. A'. Potter on Mon-:
Hare too . books yon want bound, dayv afternoon at her. home Wai-:
to the SUr-Bnlletln lob printing and guests-included Mrs. Charles . Bon.
bindery plant; ; ;' .'-; Mrs, Otto .BJerbach. Mrs. William
Uoetz, Mrs. Frea L.yser, 3irs. samuei
A. F. Judd, chief justice of Hawaii for De Freest. Mrs. Clegg, Mrs., Marston
lei a quarter of a century. Who died May- Campbell, Mrs. Herbert Simpson; Mrs.
21, 190Q, was . Mrs, :Wildera .brother. Philip Jrear and Mrs. John Drew.
We hae just imported iro
A SHIPMENT OF CLAUDE RAYNAUD'S CONCENTRATED FLOWER EXTRACTS .': ;
The district of Grasse, eltuated in Southern France, is -the -vtry csnter of tho ptrfume woHd, and tht
of Claude Raynaud & Cir manufactured there, are very popular now with fathionable people in Lon
don and on the continent - ;
We have the following odors at $1.25 a. bottler
sweet pea - v 4 gardenia
jock e y Club ; ' . oei llet -lily
of the valley lilac .
carnation . .opoponax
SmJl tcttl 01.75
BenSOll, Go.,:LtcL Fcrt end Hotel Strc:!3
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IT HAS BEEN WELL SAID that the label of a well-known and re
the; best protection the public can have
"IF TTS FROM WiCHMAN'S. YOU KNOW IT'S GOOD"
LEADING JEWELERS . .
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