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nONOLUU? STAR BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 J, 1912.
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Deerr Here.
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Deerr arrived
here in the Makura. Mr. Decrr's
marriage to Miss Rhoda Wilson .of
Ixmdon, Kng camfe as a snrprise to
his friends hre. Mr. and Mrs. Deerr
w ill spend a month at the Colonial be
fore occupying their new bungalow in
f ti n a a s a u :j :x n a n a a a a a n a tt a
ifj?,y TM ! 1 r r ttttt r : !
N CELEBRATION of the thirteenth
anniversary of their marriage,
! Mr.' and Mrs. James Wilder en
tertained at an elaborate supper
and dance on Thursday evening at
their .home in College Hills. The
Wilder home wai transformed into a
bower of ferns, palms and flowers"of
many varieties. ' The guests were
seated at three large tables that were
beautifully decorated with roses, and
the hand-painted cards marking each
place were copies of famous French
.artist. Each of the guests was pre
sented with a souvenir of the occa
sion. These lent much to the mirth
of the evening, as did the "play wed
ding ceremony , that was performed,
the contracting parties being the host
and hostess, and at the .conclusion of
which Mr. 'Wilder presented his wife
with a handsome ring. During the
dinner hour and. for the dan.ee which
followed, music was furnished by Ka
ai'a quintet club.
1 ' Some , among those present were
Mr, and Mra. Arthur Brown, Mr." and
Mrs. Walter Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Dillingham, Mrs. Mary tJunn,
Mr. andL Mrs. Jack Hawes, . Air. and
Mrs. Percy Benson, Mr. and Mrs. M.
F. Prosser; Miss Marion ScotLf Miss
JLady Macfrlane, vMlss Alice Macfarr
lane. Miss Marion Haviland, Mr.and
Mrs. Gcrrit Wilder, : Mr. , and Mrs.
Charles Wilder, Captain . and ; Mrs.
Sturges of Lciiehua, Major and. Mrs.
Cheatham, General Macomb, Lieuten
ant Vaugban, Lieutenant ' , Andrews,
Mr. Ernest Hartman, Mr. ' Leslie
Scott, Mr. Richard Wright, Mr. Wil
liam Hothi Mr. and Mrs; Ranney
Scott Mr. 8am Wilder, Judge' Arthur
Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. George 1 Potter;
Mr. Sara Wilder "and Mr George
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Complimentary Lunch.4 l f; : '
Mrs. Mary. Gunn was the compli
mented guest at .a delightful lunch
eon given by Mrs. Frederick Klarap
cn . TueEday at her home at Kaala
waU The centerpiece.' for the table
was an artistic arrangement' of deli
cate pink .rosea. 1 Covers were laid for
! Irs. Mary Gunn, , Mrs. Fuller, . Mra.
Charles Wilder, Mra. A. J. Campbell,
Mrs. Harrison, Mrs.'Wnf red Babbitt.
Jirs. George rotter, " Mrs. George. Ro
cllckj Mrs. Francis Gay,, Mrs. Sand pw,
Miss Block, Miss Cornet, Mrs. : R, C.
Stackable and Mrs.. Klamp V-
Mist Johnson't OlnnerParty for- ';
Mis Agnes Armour. . . . v v;".v.,-
On ..Thursday evening ; Miss John
tpn entertained at a dliaier : for: Miss
Agnes Armour,' who" is soon v to be
came the bride of Mr. Mark Robin
ton. The ; centerpiece for the table
vas of brjde's roses and streamers of
rink .satin ribbonf were, draped from
the centerpiece to the dainty r'ittle
baskets placed on. the. table.... The
hand-painted cards w narking the
places of the guests were tiny rupids
and hearts. - After dinner the party
attended the performance V"of The
Toymaker" at the..Hawaiiap Opera
Hpuse. MIes Johnson's guests includ
ed Miss Agnes Armour,' Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs. Harry Wilder was hostess at
a most enjoyable picnic at the Pali
on Sunday for a number of. the young
er set. Among those present were
Miss Betty Case, Miss Edith Cowles.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead. "Miss Pris
cilla Ellicott. Mr. Chan Wilder, Mr.
Warren Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Wilder. - .4stl. "
arc glad lb recommend CampbeWt Soups a rich""delicious pure and
wholesome. We guarantee every : can ta satisfy you or your money
refunded. And here's a program that ought to. appeal to you.
MRS. XOEL DEERR ' 1 f : - V . ?
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa a a a a a a a a a a a a a ; a a.a
yachting' party on .Tuesday on board Bon at her' home in Manoa Valley,
the Charlotte" C," ' The party lef t ; towi The prize was taken by . Mrs. tliles ;H.
early in tne-morning and sailed to Gear. Amohs those present Were:
Pearl -; Harbor, where a delightful. Mrs. Blerbach, Mrs. Goetz, Mrs. Mar
luncbcon . was served. Miss Aileen ston Campbell, Mrs.' .B'enner, Mrs.
The lecture, juid exhibition of the
pictures of. v Rosa Bonheur, given by
Miss, Anna Klumpke alt the Kilohana
Art League on Thursday evening was
largely attended by the society folk
of Honolulu.' Ladies and gentlemen
who had in mind 6nly the. exhibit of
the wonderful paintings were also
delighted to meet Misa Klumpke. The
rooms at the Art League were pret
tily decorated , with vines and palms
and . at the conclusion of the recep
tion - that followed the lecture, punch
w as served to those present. The
many guests were presented to Miss
Klumpke by Mrs. Frederick Jewell
Lowrey. ; Some among those present
were: Mrs. Frederick- J. Lowrey, "MT.
and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham. Mrs.
Charles Athorton, Miss Violet Ath
erton. MIss Laura Atherton, Mrs: Bar-
bourr M rs. Lou is SchuUz, Mrs. Henry
Waterbduse, j- Miss . Elnpra Sturgeon,
Miss Lorna laukea, Mrs. Anna . B.
Tucker, Miss Frances Lawrence, Miss
ConaJs, Miss v Benedict, i Miss : May
Thomas; Miss Gwendoiyn Blair, Miss
Louise Lucas, fcMrs. A. ? E. Murphy,
MfssThelma Murphy, Mrs. H. M. Von
Holt, Miss Hilda , Von Holt, Dr.. and
Mrs; W. L. Moore, Mrs. ' Pierre Jones,
Miss Ehrhorn; JUra. James , Guild, Mrs.
McConnel, Mrs; 3 Arthur Keller, Miss
Juliet Cooke, Miss Helen : Kimball,
Miss Kathleen Ward, Miss Eleanor
Gartley, Miss Ruth Gartley, ; Miss
Ruth Gartley, Miss Anna Paris, Mrs.
Hobdy, Mr. and Mrs. McNeil, Mr. and
Mrs. William Wall, Mr. ' and Mrs.
Walter f Wall, Mrs. Schobert, Mrs. R.
O. Matheson, Mr. "Edmund Melanphy,
Dn ' Emerson, '. Mr. Alonzo Gartley,
Prpfessor Gilmore; Mr. Arthur B. In
galjs and others. f
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' Mrs. John Stewart Johnston of Fort
Ruger entertained : at"'l6ncheon ' on
Wednesday at :ber home at the ' Fort:
BeefBoiUllonV Chiokont Guinb
Jnlienno Clam CIiox7dor, Tomato Olxra, Ppppor Pot,
r 1 IIullifratatTn v. ; Oil f Tail: Pea; ' Cliiclicin;
Tomato Coxltommo, Clam Bouillon,
Aoparo pis, Colory.;? " ! VX:-'"S
We are selling the famous CAMPBELL SOU PS . made from
the best obtainable. fresh meats, poultry, bu
a ; cam
Ask "us for CAMPBELL'S SOUPS
McCarthy acted as . chaperone during' Randolph 'Moore, Mrs. De . Freest, Covers were laid. for;sfi,' including
Mrs. Clcgg; lrs, ; Tarleton, t Mrs. J.
M. Young . and Mrs. Hon. ;, ' - I -
I Engagement Announced
the trip. The guests'- included '.Miss
AJleen' McCarthy Miss Louise McCar
fhyV'Miss' Virginia; McCarthy,;- Miss
Abbie Lucas. . Miss Violet Lucas, Mr.
Ernest PodmbreJ ' M r. ; Albert : Bush,
Mr: Le Roy Bush, Mr. Elmer Crozier, v luncheon . was given at half aftpr
Mr." Gcprgo'Cassidy, and lr. Shirley twelve -Tuesday atthe Harris home pn
Bush.4v t,X ti : vi:vvlAna,Punl street, the announced ngage-
; -v '. ' : VH ? r:. Iment.belng that of Miss. Ethlyn Harris
, iirW Noel Dqerr," whose picture -P-' of this city and Prank A. Dayia of Los
pears' In today's - paper was" formerly .Angeles. 'i i t t , ? ..
Misst RhoGa WiJson ofvLondbn, Ens1 r MrsHarris, mother of: Miss Ethlyii,
land.:, Mrs Pecrr.isl a bride of a few teing on !the ." coast by request defe-
weeks; and '; s . one , of .; llonolulu. gated, Mrs. - Harriet t Evans ( to act - as
joungest pociety ; matrons., Like her chaperhe, dtiring( ;t.ne6cca'8pnl-;i" .
husband, Mrs. Deerr is an Jnteresteaf . The place , cards were shana-pain,iei
tennis enthusiast; Like many. English : brides. ; slippers with.v fcmall t bags. Of
girl?, however, she joore . inter-J jce atachid and .were very itniaue.! :
tested in aquatic sports. Mr. and Mrs. ,The . announcement w?ft ' conveyed
Deerr are stopping at" the . Colonial thjbughT the medium of small baskets
MIse ,EdithCpwlo; Mfs7 James 'Ken
nedy M rs. Ross Kingsbury, M Iss Pris
cilia Ellicott, Mrs. Gerald - Johnson
and Mrs. -Johnstone, 'c-After, luncheon
Anv engagement Vann6uncen?3ht Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Clark,.!rs. Humbert
of r i lowers ; that . concealed i the . an
pouncing card, attached to a; piece of
ribbdn.V.ii x;..'i'Jl Siv ;
The- afternoon" was devoted to dlf-
and will remau there , during the re
mainder of this month. , '.
Fort Shatter Luncheon.-' 7?
Mrs. Baker, wife of Dr. Taker - of frent games, a number of prizes, con-
Robert Shingle, Mr. and Mrs.' Calter Fortv Shafter was the complimented . Bitting of decorated china, being" dis-
waciarune. Madam Shingle, Mrr and guest at e preuny appoimea luncneon , triDUtea,-. - v r - v ;
Mrs. Gustav Biorkman, "Mr ''Mark Ion Wednesday, at which Mrs. Benja l ;- A souvenir of the occasion present-
Roblnson. Mr. Mark P. Robinson. Mr. ; m In Marx was hostess. ; The center-! fitf to each guett was a "Harrison Flsh-
Lyall and Misa Johnson.
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Ml Florence Winter Entertained.
M is Johnson .was hostess at." an
informal luncheon on Tuesday at the
Colonial, at wMch Mis Florence Win
ter was . the cuest of honor. V The
piece for the tab!e7 yas of yellow j erV. Bride poster. with a stamp photo
marguerites and the place cards were of . Miss Harris attached. , :
decdrated with tiny yellow leis. Cov- V Among : those preeent 1 were Carrie
ers' were. laid Tor. eight, including Mre.j James, Eleanor ' VogeV, Edith Pratt, Ab
Baker, . Mrs: Short, . Mrs. Wichman, bie Bromley, r Vera Downey 1 L-pi
Mrs. 1. L. Weaveh Miss Edith Wil l Hutchison; ' Ethel - Cannon; Louise
liaws.' Mrs. W. R. Moore Mrs. H: M.1 Seghorn, Ethel James; Mrs. Ralpn
color scbene for the decorations w as Von Holt and Mrs. Benjamin Marx. j Brown, Mrs. Lew Fegurson, Mrs. Har-
r!nk and was carried out with forays ? 5 - ... ft' ft - ft
of catbJrtacarpis and pink satin rib-1 M Iks Armour Entertained.
bon. JJuring the afternoon "Misa Win-! Mrs Lawrence P. Robinson enter
ter was the recipient of a number -of tained informally at tea on MondaytMiss Klumpke Honored.
riet Evans the host; Mr. T., P. Harris
ipnd MUs Harris. ;
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pler?s of silver from the hostess and afternoon for Miss Agnes Armour,
lb? guests. Covers were laid for Misa who will be. ; married ; to Mr. Mark
r iui t-uce v micr, ana , Mrs. liar- rcoDinsou
Hon Anderson, Miss Armour. Miss
Terr. Mr. Edward ScbenkeL Mr. Jack
Lyall and the hosiers.? . ...: .
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Mr. Shirley Bush and Mr. 6eorge t
Cat$ldya Yachting Partyv7 7;
Mr. Shirley Bush and Mr. George
some lime next montn.
Some Ajnonc tnose present were MiS3
Kathleen"-'Ward;' Miss Annie Ward.
Miss Lucy Ward, - Mrs, Jaeger, Mrs.
Rilpey;vMrs.': flenry GinacaJ M rs.? Rob
ert; E-oth, the. hostess and others. '
Manoa Card Club.i,j ; ;
The Manoa card club was pnter-1
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Mr. and Mrs. E. R.. Stackable en
tertained at an -informal - dinner on
Monday evening- for Miss Anna
Klumpke. The table centerpiece .was
an artistic arrangement of pink car
nations and ; maidenhajr .fern. Cov-J
ers were lain ior miss iviumpae, air.
and; Mrs. '-.Arthur B. Ingalls,; Mr. and
Mrs.' George Rodiek, Mis Lorna lau
kea. Mr. McBride, Mr. Gartley and
Cassidy ; were hosts at. an enjoyable tained on Vrdhesoay bv Mrs. Charles' Mr. and Mrs. Stackable."
and Mrs. Williams werej invited in to
play bridge'iand at live tfclock bridge
tea was served; 'r3 nX 7 .. '- ' .
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Mre E; JX Tenney of -llonolulu has
been' extensively . entertained during
ner . visit in san Jf Tancisca, Mr.
William: Irwiri : gave. a .'dinner;, for, her
and Mrs, Fred Knight was a luncheon
hostess In her honor Last - Friday
Mrs. : Pruett.gave. a tnncheon at the'
Fairmont for Mrs.; Tenney and ; the
latter' . sisteM . Mrs, . Nponan. , The
guests ,included Mm'Ira. Pierce, rMrs.
Jessie ", Bcrwle Detrick Mrs. Andrew
Welch (Ji,7Mrsl Florence '7 Porter
Pfingst, Mrs. Frederick Fen wick, Mrs.
Grayson; . Dutton, Mrs.. John Rodgerr
Clark and, several others. Examiner.
A very . simple and quiet wedding
wassolemnized at St. Clement's Tues
day evening, when Mrs. Gertrude Wil
der became ther bride of Mr. Curzon
Usbdrne. Rev. i Williams; officiated.
' : Mrs, . Wilder . was .attended by Mrs.
Charles Wilder as . matron of honor,
and Mr;,.U8borne was supported by
Mr; Charles L'Hommedieu. -
Mr. Jand ;Mrs.vUsborne left in the
WJlhelmina Wednesday morning for a
trip to the mainland. s
; Mrs. George H.7 Carter left in the
Wilhelmintt . with -her ; two daugh
ters, Elizabeth and, Phoebe, who are
returning Eastf for the school year.
Mrs. Carter la- also chaperoningl a
number of the younger set who are
leaving. The party consists of Miss
Elizabeth Carter, Miss Phoebe Carter.
Miss Elinor Castle, Miss Rosamond
Swanzy and Miss, Pauline Schaefer.
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Mrs. Eleanor Hyde-Smith will spend
1 tne- -coming six t- wreas wun ner
I daughter, Mrs. Baldwin Wood, in
Hillsborough having deferred her re
turn to Honqlulu' until' November La
ter on 7 Mrs. ' ' Hyde-Smith will go
abroad, this trip f ollowing A the mar
riage of her sbri Mr; Bayard ' Hyde.
Smith, ' to 7 Miss ;rGirassI "Bulkeley in
Washington this . winter. 7 7?7 ' '
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.Miss' Florence5 Winter left In the
Wilhelmina last Wednesday en route
to Tampa torida .where her marriage
to Mr Chester ChanhaecheffWill take
place. During ; the - paat -few -weeks,
Miss "Winter' ha rbeen the guest of
honor at' mauy social functions and
her f rienda as . well 1 as her relatives
regret ; that she ; is to make her home
so far, away -?f rbni; Honolulu. 7 .4.7 .
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Mrs. Louhr Schubert, formerly Miss.
Arline Barbour - is : yisltlng her sister,
Mrs. Arthur B. ; Ingalla at , KaimukL
Mrs. Schubert visited' Honolulu about
five years ago and for. a short time
attended Oahu College. She will re
main in Honolulu until some time la
'November. 7 -.7-7 7 7 -: :---V r-7
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Mrs. Robert Lishman who has been
visiting in California for the past six
months returned to Honolulu In the
Honolulan on Tuesday, r Mrs. Isabella
Creighton also returned in the, Hono
lulan accompanied by ' her daughter
Miss Marguerite Creighton : who has
been Attending the University at Ber
keley for four years. . . - 7
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Miss Gereldine Neuman who has
been in Honolulu for some time as the ;
guest of Mr. and Mrs; ueorgevRodiek
left in the 7 Wilhelmina for - " the
mainland where she will be married to
Mr. George' Collins. '
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r Mrs. F'rltz Solhem of Honoapu Kau,
Hawaii, left In the Zealandia for Ber
lin. During jhfer short stay In Hono
lulu she a8 the "guest of honor at
many social Tunctlons.
Dr. and Mrs. F. Lv Gobdspeed were
departing passengers in the Wilhel
mina. During their short visit to Ho
nolulu both Dr. and' Mrs. Goodspeed
made a great many friends who were
loth to have them go.
Oa LIAGICAL L2AUnn
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Yo utbfulyjlpp ta ranee.
Y Every woman ' owei it to hertlf M
loved one to rUln the ehana el you:.i
nature ha bestowed upon hr. I ct crrtr
half a century th article hu t.n uj1
by actressea, tayer and wo .ea ct
fashion. It reuderi' the l.te fr
softness of velvet IfavtTjr It e! :r v
pearly white and Is highly dzsirz v wL i
fireparlng; for dally or evening afJre. As
t ill liquid and non-tre"y pre-trat'-n.
It remains unnoticed. hen atten.rT
dances, balls r other entertalnnenU. It
prevents a greasy appearance of the com
plexion caused by the sXJn becomlax
"heated. . - , -,: .
Couraud's Orfentar Creani etri t'n
'diseases and relieves Sunburn. Pmo-ves
Tan, Pimples Kackhead. Woth Patches.
Rash. Freckles and Valxr Reinesjs.
Tellow and Muddy akin, tivtnx a delicately clear and : refined - eomslexioa
which every woman desires. . - . . .7 - i
No. 10 - For sale by Drurzistsand Fancy Goods dealers. - ..... .
FcrrL T. Hopkim, Prrip 37. Great Jcnra Street, Urn Ycr!i.
Mrs.- T. W. Hobron who spent the
past few monthi with her daughter.
Mrs. :E.'A. Jones'Jr., returned to her
home to California in the Wilhelmina
on Wednesday. .7Y-.777,
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. Miss. Edna Smith and Miss Leila
Smith who have been the aummer
house guests of Miss Juliet Atherton
and Miss- Violet Atherton, were . de
parting passengers in the Wilhelmina
on Wednesday. 7 ; ' ;
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Mr. Lothrop Wlthington left in the
Wilhelmina on Wednesday to resume
his work in Harvard University, j Mr.
Withingtoh has been spending the
summer with hi parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. U Wlthington.
7 Mrs; James L. McLaln with her two -daughters,
Kiss Carrie McLain and ,
Miss Helen McLaln left in the Wilhel- -mina
on Wednesday and will make aa ;
extensive tour, of the mainland
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Mrs. Henry Waterhouse will have
aa her house " guest prior to their
leaving in the Honolulu next wreck. -Mr.
and Mrs. W. IV Rica and Mr.
and Mra. Ralph Wilcox of Kauai;
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Miss Margaret Center, who has been
attending, school in California lett
the Wilhelmina and wilt "resume her
studies in the fall. v7. 7
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' Mr. and Mrs. E. 1 Spalding are
spending the week at Haleiwa.
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We are showing all the latest novelties in NECKWEAR,
VEILINGS, LACE COLLARS, COLLAR AND CUFF SETS,
PASSEMENTERIE' MEDALLIONS, ROSEBUD TRIMMINGS,
GOLD and SILVER BEADED BANDS, SHADOW MACRAME,
RATINE, IRISH and CLUNY LACES..
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ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES, with INSERTIONS, BEAD-
1NGS and EDGES to match, in Dainty Baby Patterns:
Combining Quality, Finish and Style
EL & G.
We are showing the new Fall Models
Our exquisite stock of new FALL MODELS is now on dis
play. It represents the last word in fashion for the coming
. This week we extend a cordial invitation to visit our. Mil.
Ilnery Department, where everything shown is correct In style
and moderately priced.
We are agents for
"Knox." "Gold Medal'
and " Gage" Hate
7i ' GLOSSILLA ,
7 '- ' rp'' Art -Needlework
D. M. C
All Varieties Now on Hand
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