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TIM! HAWAIIAN STAR. TlirUSDAY, MAY 30, 1012.
A PROGRAM OF MERIT.
NEW TONIGHT. '
SOCIAL NOTES OF THE DAY.
Tho reeoptiou tendered Bishop Wil
li! lust evening at the honip of Bishop
mid Mrs. Henry Bond Uesturiek, by
ihti Hawaiian Congregation of St. Aiv
Piui Mrs. George DavtoS, Mr. and Mrs.
.Inmos Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Wilder, Judnc and Mrs. William L.
Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Whlto
Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. .Harry Macfar
cUew's Cathedral, was a magnificent lime. Mr. and Mrs. John S. WnlKcr,
Miss May Damon, Mr. William koid,
Mr. Harold Castle, Mr. Richard B.
affair. Tho reception rooms and ver
andas wore bowers of palms and Ha
waiian grconB that came from the
liome of Queen WUuokalml, and the
deft arrangement of the decorations
"was done by the hands of Her Ma
jesty's attendants. There was an In
Wright, Mr. Harry Oaylord and Mr.
. 0 St
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Aiken of Maul
were guests of honor at a dinner giv-
formal program consisting of several ' en lasl evening by Mr. and Mrs. .T.
old Hawaiian songs by the young lTa-jM. Dowsett at their home on Pima
waiian's club, of girls and boys, and hou street. The table was attractive-
! th.. r-rlorv rfrla. Mia r.Un Rich, ly decorated with American iieauw
nrdson rendered u vocal solo and Sir.
OVER THE TEACUP8.
O CALLING DAY8 FOR HONO- O
Mondays: Punahou, Collego O
Hills, Manoa, Makiki. O
Tuesdays: Wnlkikl, Kaplo- O
lanl Park, Kftlmuki, Palolo. O
Wednesdays: Nuuanu, Puu- O
nul, Pacific Heights. First and O
Third Wednesdays abovo Nuu- O
anu Bridge. Second and Fourth O
Wednesdays below Bridge. O
Fourth Wednesday, Pacific O
Heights. AJewa Heights, First O
and Third Wednesdays. O
Thursdays: Tho Plains. O
Fridays: Hotels and town. O
Fourth Friday, Fort Shatter. O
First Friday, Fort Rugor. O
Saturdays: Kallhi. Third and O
Fourth Saturdays, Kamehame- O
ha Schools O
De Argo played several selections oa
the violin. In the receiving line with
Bishop and Mrs. Kesttirick and Bishop
Willis were Princess Kalanlnnaole,
Itov. and Mrs. Leopold Kroll and Mrs.
1L M. von Holt. There were about
eight hundred callers during the
Mrs. Eleanor Hyde-Smith was hos
tess last ovening- at a bulfut supper!
. In honor of Sir. and Mrs. Charles
Tcmplcton Crocker. Tho small ta
bles bore prettily arranged center
pieces of asters and chrysanthemums.
Mis. Hyde-Smith's guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Templeton Crocker.
Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Irwin, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Ivors, Mr. and Mrs.
Waiter F. Dillingham, Mr. and Mis.
Harold H. Dillingham, Mr. and Sirs.
George Potter, Captain and Mrs. Clif
ton Carter, Miss Marion Scott. Mr.
roses. Covers were laid for twelve.
Jt M -A
and Mrs. Irwin G. Shepherd.
Mrs. Ii. J. Hodge was hostess at a
A DAINTY FICHU WRAP OF MARABOUT.
For wear on cool evenings over thin frocks, this little marabout fichu
wrap is ideally pretty and coquettish. Natural and white marabout are
blended aud the wrap crosses at tho waistline in front, tho back fulling in
a deep point below the shoulders. This point at the back, and one end of
tho front are finished with long tassels of black and white cord. The pink
rose tucked against the soft marabout, with this frock of taupe gray chiffon
.gives just the right color touch to echo the pink roses on the lace hat.
Mrs. William C. Hobdy and Mrs. t prettily appointed luncheon yesterday
Irwin Gray Shepherd entertained at at the Moana Hotel. The tablo cen
a delightful bridge party last even- terplece was a bank of the dellcale
ing at their homo on Dominls street, ly scented Pride of India, and J.Tie
Bright colored spring flowers enmass- hand-painted place cards bore the
cd throughout tho rooms furnished same dainty lavender blossom. Cov
the decorations. Among those pros- crs were laid for seven including Sirs,
out were Admiral and Mrs. Walter ( Frederick .T. Lowrey, Mrs. Frederick
C. Cowjes, Major and Mrs. William D. Lowrey, Mrs. Sherwood M. Lowrey,
P. Wooten, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mrs. J. K. Brown, Mrs. Harry Cousens
Klamp, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Brown, 1 and Mrs. F. J. Hodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Mott-Smith, j & & &
Mr and Mrs. H. M. Hepburn, Mr. and , The Wednesday Evening Card Club
airs. Charles Weight, Mr. and Mrs. was entertained last evening by Mr.
Zono K. Myers, Mrs. Andrew Fuller, and Mrs. Chester Hunn. Tho ladles
Mrs. Washburn, Miss Margaret Hop- prize, a .hand embroidered bag, was
per. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Griffiths, Mr. ' given to Miss May Thomas and tlie
find Mis. Royal D Mead, Mr. and Mrs. gentlemen's prize, a brass ink statTd,
Winfred Rabbltt. Mr. and Mrs. Wells was given to Professor Andrews. The
Peterson, Mrs. Thomas E. Wall, Mr. guests Included Professor and Mrs.
and Mrs. Clarence H. Cooke, Dr. and Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel l3
Mrs. F. E. Trotter, Mrs. Lackland, Dr. Freest, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph O.
onr; Mrs. William C Hobdy and Dr. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Younc;.
I'll . UUU Q, VU't illlOO AT lJ J- iJ-
mas, Mr. Will Thomas and Mr. But
Professor and Mrs. I,. A. Waito of
Cornell University, who are complet
lng a tour of tho world, arc stopping
in Honolulu for a few days jjs guests
at the Moana Hotel.
yt & j
Mr. William H. Smith of Hllo arriv.
cd In Honolulu yesterday morning in
the Claudlne and left In the Honolu
lan en route to Boston.
Professor and Mrs. F. M. Ballou and
family have taken Miss Florence Yar
row's bungalow on Walalae road for
The Servico Bridge Club met yes
terday with Mrs. Hawley at ' Fort
Shafter. The prizes, hand ombrofd
ered bags, wore given to Miss Barrio
Gamble and Mrs. Hawley. Among
those present were Mrs. James M
Kennedy, Mrs. Homer K. Preston, Mr3
McAfee, Mr. George E. Turner, Miss
Boutelle and Miss Barrle Gamble,
. k M
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Raymond ar
rived from Honolulu two weeks ago
and have taken an attractive hous'e
en Buena Vista avenuo. Mrs. Ray
mend is a sister of' Mrs. Fred Knight
and tho aunt of .Miss Thelma Parker.
S. F. Chronicle, May IC.
Miss Lurlino Matson will spend a
fow weeks out of town, having ac
companied her father, Captain Mat-
son, on a trip to the northern part
of the State. S. F. Chronicle, May
HONEST LAUNDRY GIRL
RETURNS $950 IN DIAMONDS.
LOS ANGELES, May 15. Miss Flor
ence Corbln, an employe in a laundry,
found a diamond and turquoise Jow-
olry valued at $H50 in a. bundle ot
soiled linen. She was alono, the gems
sparkled In the sunshine, and to some
tho temptation might have been irre
sistible. Miss Corbin did not hesitate
a moment, but looked up the name of
the bundle to Identify the owner, and
then turned the g ms over to the manager.
They belong to Mrs. Frank W. Mack
of New York, widow of the lale super
intendent of tho Associated Press, who
Is visiting friends here. She had placed
them under her pillow and forgotten
them. Mrs. Mack is having prepared
as a reward a handsome diamond set
bracelet, engraved with her own and
Miss Corbln's Initials and the date.
The only baking powdor
made front Royal Grapo
dream of Tartar
you will. Be a modern miracle work
er. Thomas Dreicr In Nautilus Magazine.
Don't Wear a Tins
STUART SPLAS TR PAOSrdiff,m.
v fromttmtruis, Vliig mrtllciue pplt
ealorttnadOMlf Mbtlv purjxmly
to aoia uv ptni stouttit iu pi act.
astir-Bpa dqc icv or prmrti -can
trtloai tb pobu booo. 1 ho moit
hirotueewifullr trebled ttifmwlvei
it -euj it ptr-liipatJTe Procmf cf re
oo my U Bttunl, m do further on for tn.
Awarded Gokl Med&l. Wa BraT what wo
loupoo ud xuil TODAY. lA&rtm
KAPAO UBORATORIES, Block 873 St Loult, Mo
Um Bull wtl bnaf ft Triii PUps
AW & St.BOHtVS.T'5'
HARMONY ROSE "
A transparent glycerin soap erpml to the Imported at ono third
Made In Boston Sold only at our store.
Halt pound cakes 15 cents
Two for 23 conts
$1.25 a dozon.
Benson, Smith &Co.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. j;""?r'
CASTING OUT DEVILS.
Devils are cast out dally by us and
we do not call the doing a miracle.
Tho greatest devils aro inharmonious,
destructive, happiness destroying,
misery making thoughts. When these
aro cast out of the mind we aro at
peace with all men and with all
things. Until wo have learned how
to cast out theso devils from our own
minds we cannot know the Joys of
"If a pebble in our hoot torments
us, says Edward Carpenter, "wo ex
pel it. Wo take off our boot and
shako It out And once the matter Is
fairly underptood It is just as easy
to expel an Intruding and obnoxious
thought from tho mind. About this
there ought to bo no mistake, no two
opinions. The thing is obvious, clear
"It should bo as easy to oxpol an ob
noxious thought from your mind as It
is to shako a stone out of your shoo;
and till a man can do that, It is just
nonsense to talk about his ascendancy
over naturo and all tho rest of It. Ho
Is a more slavo and a proy to tho bat-
winged phantoms that flit through tho
corridors of his own brain."
Drlvo out tho devils. You can when
JUNE, the month of Sunshine and
roses, Is the time to think of your va
cation frocks. Get a FREE FASHION
SHEET, and do not fall to see the
ROSE number o
15c a Copy $1.50 per Annum
ft At Our Butterlck Pattern Department j
of Muslin underwear
begins Monday June 3-
See Window Display
atiis Diy Goods
Fort and Beretania St
TRY IT AND
C. Q.YEE HOP & COMPANY
A GREAT EXHIBITION
OF NEW LACES
An Immense Purchase Favorably
Bought and Marked at a Very
Slight Advance for a .
The Largest Offering of
LACES and EMBROIDERIES
We Have Shown Here
See Our Windows
See the Big Lot on Display
On the Counters
Prices Wonderfully Low
The Whole to be offered for the
Firft Time on Monday, June 3rd
Greatest Canine Act In the World.
May Edith Taylor
featuring her own song
"TAKE ME BACK TO HONOLULU"
Acrobats, Jugglers and Contortionists
The Clevorest Act In Vaudeville Today
FOUR INTERESTING FILMS
Store closes at 1 o clock on Saturday.
THH ROLLICKING IRISH OOUBDT
TICKETS AT '
PROMOTION COMlOTTBa BOOMS
J. W. Weinfierg
225 Hotel Street, opposite Royal "Ha-,
vralian Hotel, will sponge, press and
do minor repairing men's suits for
By the new electrical process. Try It.
The watcheB other watohmakers can
not make keep correct time. No work
too difficult. We Prucha, Fort St.,
GEO. S. IKEDA i
1264 Fort St.,. ' j
Prions 3184. f. J. McLouahlln.
HONOLULU FORGE CO.
General Ship ana Machlno Ulack.
mlthilne. Tools and Sprlngn mads
jnd repaired. Estimates gtvon o
811 Queen St., near Alakoa,
Honolulu, J1. H.