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EVENINO nUMvKTIN, UONOLUrvUi T. H . SATtmDAY. OCT. fl. 190. ' " T yS
AND HOME TALK:!
guests besides Mr. and Mrs. Word wero fl
Hrltlsh Consul nnd .Mrs. Haymond dp II. j
Lnjnrd, Cnntnln nml Mrr.. IIieII Comb". - j
Dr nml Mrs 1' II. Humphrl. Judgg 'a3
ond Mrs W U Stanley, Mr. mid Mm. J
I. J llnrwood. Mr mid Mrs L'nlley, yjfl
Mrs. Hough, Mr. Sidney ll.illou mid m
Mr. Uodd. -
Htra nnny men rnn n uomm lon?
The Ojnle ntmwrred, "None,"
The Maihrloi wild ' SVen," the 'Irntct
While tho Youth murmured, "Only
Han miny women rnn one min loej
Ah, Hint's n mere mutter of thime.
It all depends on hi women friends
And whether tliey mro for ronmncel
ft A I'HOI'IIHT linol without lion-
J or ftnvc In Mm own country,"
Is n suyltig which inn) ho nil
ery wpII for mem prtiliprtn. hilt wIipii
It comes to women iiioro piieclnlly
bpiiitlfut women It Isn't trtio nt lill,
Her Mine llin old Harden of IJdrn ihi)S
men, nnd women too, more oi Imn,
hive enst worHlilpful nml ndorlng e)cs
lownrd the Hln Inn of llp.iuly, nnd A
beautiful nnd chnrnilng worn in Is mi
ni 1 1 ml nt homo ns well ns uhroid.
When Mrs. McUIUrny of l'nsadena,
Cillfoinli, drought her only dntiglitil
Mnrlon, to Honolulu mine liiouths ngo
on route to n tour ot the Orient, t urn
tohl that Miss Mctlllvmy wns the ml
nilintlnii of Honolulu nml Hint her
complexion nod her h ilr mid her Rrnre,
her frocks nnd her ioIh nnd her ilmni
veie the talk of Sorlely here, or Hint
poitlon of it which Miclts KfClf with u
tipltul nnd would find Its mime In the
liluo lloolc of Honolulu cnn.il to tuko
the tiouhlo to lme ono of thorn un
niccksary bits of uilsplncPd JourniillHin.
Hut not oulv In Honolulu Is Mlr.s Mc.
(lllvrny considered bciutlrul. She Is
tulinlrtd In tho (lolden Stnto as oun of
llin mutt henutlfiil glrlH In Southern
t'nllfornli nnd shn Is n htlln In two
iltlcg. In glniKlngmerthn sculity col
umns nfn I'asiidcnn pnper t Oil ay I c.iriu
iii'ioss n tlltln Item which will lina lu
tucst for ninny Honolulu people, .lio
h id the plenum o of meeting tho Mctlll.
Miiys during their Ktny here. Tho ex
tend Is tnken from the description of
u mummnth Inwn fctegleii In I.os Au
gilci for the hcnelll of u well Icnonn
linrlly KiiniMirUd b) tliu smart set of
Ijh AiiRfles. llsnys'
"AincuiK tho pn ttlcst booths nml one
w litre I'.isideiin men lined cMiiPclnll
lo linger wns Mro. Itobprl A, ltowun'ii
'lurklKli lioolli, whero the nsslstuntii
wc n compnny of l'asndPim'H' fnircit
innlclR nnd mntroiiH. 'I his booth seeiued
to line ahForhcd niiich of old world
mjHllilniu nnd enrluiitment In Its
Turl.lsli Netting, whern mro limps ot
brims and hrone with glittering polnls
of light. Khed n fnmlfiil glow upon the
linnth nml lis fnlr orrupinls.
"riller nml gold hangings helped to
carry out nn ntmoiphere of richness.
Ihn thin spangled clls tint Bhadcd
tho fncps of the. IopI) nltcndints fnlled
to roncenl the beauty Hint lilrkpil he
nenth. for Mrs Uoaiui madn no Idle
lioiil when shn snld thai shu hud clioi
en the moHt stilkliiR nnn be.iilllful liru
ticttps of l'.tadc.u i nnd I.m Annclcc In
tempt the patrons to smoke hpr Turk
Then follows thn list of the thtco
moU heiutlful nnd Mnrlon Mctllhrny
lietdi thn list.
I am told Hint this bcititltul South
ern Callfornlnu wns showend with kic
lnl nttentlons of tho most ilellnlillul
I Iml nml that more thnn one ninsuilluo
henrt In Honolulu succumbed to her
rhnims nnd bent nlotio for her, I am
not surprised foi Hint's n wuy raiscu
line heiits luue, n nnd nnd unruly hnblt
of ilolnn when In tho vicinity of this
fnlr mnldr It wns thn nnine when she.
went nbroid, and oten on nhlpboird,
whero niter nil nothliiR Is mill) sup
posed to stny In Its piopcr pin re. honrts
hud n bnd wny of bcconitnK dlsplnred or
possibly mlsplnced an fortun itel) foi
Hip owners ot the hcirts.
I hin known Mnrlon McfllUrny eor
slncrf she was n llltlej'.lrl nnd wc uset
to sometimes piny dollH together mid
tho loaned mo her fnlry tales, nnd she
has nlwn)s boen the sime sweet grnc
loiis Rlrl. Shn comes ot n good old
Pcotch name nnd when her fnther illnJ
l'nrnilenn lot one of Its best men. but
It Is going to Iiinc another In Mm. Mi-
flllvrny s only sou, Don, who Is as pop
ular for it ninn us his chnrmlng sister
or a woman. The family has nlwnjs
been one of tho most prominent social
ly, not for tho luilshnesn of Its enler-
tulnlng, nor tho number of its sonant
nor the length of the monograms on
Its towels, but for that Inherent rellnn
mcnL nml gcniilnpiicsH which nro ns
precious ns they somcj linen me rnro In
these di)s when It Is too liable lo tie
u key of cold tint unlocks the door of
The McdlhcrnjH live In n hnndsomo
nnmo oer on tun west Slilo nnd the
hopllallty which they offer their
Irlends Is nlwnys of thn hkhI delight
ful kind combining nrtlsltc harmony
with true cordhllty. They hne oftcti
niKikcn of tho delightful sojourn the)
made In this land of dreams como true,
nml I know that the memory of their
Mslt hero nnd of tho chnrmlng people
whom they met. Is among the most
pleasant of their experiences of tnncl
Wo luo had another week's delight,
fill gaiety In Honolulu, nml onn can
fairly see tho season Is cm. I'rohihl)
the ii el Hi st nml Kiet (Villi n fur
mmi) n long da) was tho onn gUeu by
Mr. nnd .Mr. lluir Mai farlane, Jr.. ut
HATS ON SEA AND LAND
Thcro nro n low women who enn manage to look n llltle short of hideous when their hnlr Is
wet. t think the) must hu related to tho kind who nro ntlrnetUo with "windblown" hnlr, who
hnvo "slimy Inuehler", nnd the other kind who, when they weep, nro seen to shed "pearly tears",
llut tho family Is n ery small one nnd there aren't miny In. melius. Tho most of us poor ordi
nary mortnls loolc anything hut nttrnetho niter the first wave has dashed over our heads. Even
n pietty woman loses half of her tliurni, nnd tho riiil of us mny tho fates preserve us till we get
our hair dryl
Hut, fortunately, tin to Is an nltematlvc. There uttinlly Is. In this enso It tnkes tho form of
tho bnthlng enp, ind, whether It ho of Bilk facet rubber In pilm leaf design or clear carnation red,
or ocean blue, it Is renlly ipilto fetching when propcily worn, nnd It qulto frequently. every once
In n while, loilly do;s fulllll Its mission In life ami kieps tho hnfi dr pnitlally. The Woman's
Home Companion has Hits to any of n .now style bathing tap. which mny he of Interest to tho
feminine deoties of tho bath at Wnllclkl:
"A hulling enp which actually Improves tho nppentanco of tho wenrer Is certainly a
novelty well worth describing. It is out this cnr, nnd no longer does tho summer girl
drend to ndd n waterproof cap to her bnthlng costume, for this new ono Is really
good lonltlng. It Is made In n very clever wn), being renlly it bathing enp nnd hand
kerchief nil In olio. It is mnda of wntcrproof material, and comes in n nrlety of col
oru nnd designs. Thn Inside of this novel bathing headgear Is In the form of a round
enp Bhlrred to an clastic baud. Tho outtldo of tho cap hail tho effect of n handker
chief, tho ends of which nro drawn up to the flout of tho cap, and aro there tied In
a Jaunty how; tho ends nro kept In place" b n strap which Is Just lnrgo enough to
hold them so Hint they do not slip niter tying" w
I.oulso Snttcrwnlto, writing In tho l'hllndclphla i:cnlng Telegraph, has been moved lo spcnlc
words of wnrnltig apropos of tho lingerie hat crnre. Slio sais: .
"Haw boned Is the only word to nppjy to some eit tho elbows which now proudly
swim nlong the streets of tho city. Which Is another painful instance of the lady who
likes pretty .things, for themselves nlone.
"Such a womnti sees nn immense lingerie lint with rcsy plilc sntln ribbons. It Is
very pietty, a sweet nnd dainty hut, suggestive of love'n oung dreams In the merry
month of Mny. The longer she looks at It Hie morn she loveg It, nnnlly bu)S It. has
It sent home, and wears it. When I mention the fnit that sho Is thirty five, swnrlb),
nml quite, qulti! scrnwny, joii enn Judge for )oiirselt the effect of thn4 headgear.
"Hvery now and then n'now style will loom on fnshlon'M horlton which thn w'nry
one will nt oncn recognize ns dnngerous. It will probably bo nn Insidiously plcnjlng
thing, nppeallng to tho heart of every woman. Hxcept 'olo Miss Vox,' who will exam
ine It from ufnr and refuse to como nearer. Hut It will take, bo a tremendous suc
cess, nnd In n few months every mother's daughter who has succumbed to It will
ho wishing she hadn't."
x n It
tho Seasldo Hotel on Tuesday evening
In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dutton
of Kan t mucin o. the
Ulster ot Hip. hostess. Heiutlful tol
lei ten, pretty women, n ballroom most
mtlstlcnlly derorntrd, the rentinl col
umn being binked with greens nnd tho
eleclrlo lights on thn outer edge of tho
circular loom swnthed In Chlnpso Ian
orllo color with somn of tho best
lrcsKPil women In thn ronin. A coronet
latter being (Jof fern leaves in her ulr was motltin-
tisunl nnd looked cxei'dlngly well.'JJP
tween tho dances ever) fcent wH token
on the lawn. Not n diop of rain marred
the pleasure of thn evtnlng, and tho
moonlight rippling over tho water made
n scene not soon forgotten. Tim supper
terns, n nerfpet Moor nnd excellent wns served on tho hith-room latin!.
music made u combination which In-' over-hanging tho sen nnd n delicious
Hined tho success of tho i veiling from
tho beginning. Mr, nnd Mrs. Dutton
le.-chci with Mr. and Mrs. Mncfnrlnmi
nt the door ot tho ballroom. Mrs. Hai
ti Mncfarlann looked lovely In n fmrk
in' point liirn upplhiun over pain hlun
liberty satin and thn diamond ircsriut
in Iter hair win mom becoming. Mrs,
epist was eniojed for nn hour, during
which time tho singing bojs phtjeii
their ga)ct airs . A delicious lmneli
wns terved tlirouglioiit thn evening
under thn ban tree on tho htnnt which
It rovers. Dsnrliic eoiillnired until a
lite hour, thn ftuestri finally tearing
themselves nuns nliutnmly nnd be-
llenry Dutton was very hnndsomo In. Flowing manj words of prnlse nnd
palo pink, which seemed to bo the fuv- iiingralulJllou upon Hie suciiMsfiil host
Mrs W. T. Rawlins, Captain and Mrs.
Slattery, Dr, and Mrs. Murra), Mrs. K.
flwaniy, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper,
Mr. and Mrs. Itlchnrd hers, Mr nnd
Mrs. Percy Hcnson, Judge and r
Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Here.
Mr. and Mrs. Itnnncy Scott, Mr, nnd
Mrs. Onlf, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Mnrx. Mlsa
Drmllla Marx, Mr. nnd Mrs. J II
Rrook, Major and Mrs. Rustell, Col
and Mrs. Ueorgc Mdcfarlnnc, Mr. mid
Mrs. von Holt and Mr. and Mrs. Alex
ander, a. Hawei. Jr.. Misses Hlca
Schieffr, Tlllle Neumann, Jcsile Kauf
mann, Lady, Helen and Alice Macfar
lane, Marlon Scott, Jessie Foreman,
Olllet, Ulanchard, Messrs.' Druco Call
wrlght, Jr., Dnvld Anderson, Cockburn.
Jarnloson, Ocorge litis. Harold 1111-
linghsm, Leslie Scott, Harry Cobb,
Armstrong, Wllllo Itoth, Dr. Fitzgerald,
Dr. Clifford High and many outers.
Mr. Ralph Hosmur, superintendent
of tho Forestry Division of the Isl
ands, li again In town after some
time spent on Kauai, and today ho
And his mother, Madame Hosmcr, left
the Young, where they hnvo been
stopping temporarily, and have taken
their old apartments nt Mrs. uray s.
on King street.
Mr. and Jim. ward anu ineir unuc.ii
ter, Mrs. Hough, who arrived In th
Restorer on Wednesday morning aero
given dinner by Mr, and Mrs. Uaincs
Wednesday evening nt their bungalow
In College Hills. Tho tablo was set on
the Una! and tho effect was most artis
tic, for the lanat and table were elab
orately decorated. Red tulle, aspara
gus Dlumosus. mails and a silver eper-
gno filled with crimson carnations la
conjunction with cut glass bowls con
talnlng tho samo vivid blossoms at
either end of the tablo made a line ef
fect. A log of ferns Inclosing electric
lights daintily shaded by Oriental lan
terns, was hung directly over tho table
The American, Hawaiian and English
flags wero also nscd In an effective
way, olid directly behind Mrs. Gallic
was tno came rtcmuer a ' u. i u. u
and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Dutton ex
pert to remain In Honolulu foK sev
eral months before going on to the
Orient far nn extended ttlp. They
have their big motor car nlong and ex
pect to. thoroughly enjoy their visit to j flag. Luscious fruits wero displnycd
the Islnnds. Anloiig tho guests were
Governor nnd Mrs. Oeorgc Carter. Mr,
nnd Mrs, Raymond do U, I.ayard, Dr.
Hiul Mrs. F. It. HumphrU, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wilder,' Mr. nnd Mrsj A. J.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Dowsctt, Dr.
mid Mrs. Ulanchard and Miss lllancb
In a red frieze, aud the mantel ran
banked with plumosus blossoms. In
the drawing-room a largo Jar of red
hibiscus was much admired. A quintet
club played and sang delightfully
throughout tho dinner. Mrs. Gaines,
distinguished looking woman, was
ard. Major nnd Mrs, Van Vllet, Captain prettily dressed In white satin chiffon
lleldt nnd his slster-ln.lnw, Mrs. Heldt, over white Liberty. Mrs. Ward, who
Mrs (lerlrt Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. James U very charming, gavo n graphic de.
wilder. Mrs, Frederic Klninp, Mrs. li. tcrlptlon of the sojourn on Midway.
('. Smith, Mr. nml Mrs. Falrehlld. Mr. I Mrs. Hough, who Is tho wlfo of Lieut.
nnd Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mr. slid Hough, U. S. N Is alio n great friend
Mrs. J. s. wulker, Judge and Mrs. Ar- of our only Hugh Hodman, who Is now
lliur Wilder. Mrs. Mury (liiiin. Mr. and CoL Rodman, by the by. Tho dinner
Mrs. (lerrlt P. Wilder, one of tho
most prominent of Honolulu hostess
es, give n chinning tea on her broad
lnnnl on Monday In honor of Mra.
Henry Dutton A lnrgo round tnblo
was i"t In thn dlnlugioom olf tho
Innat, prettll) armnged with Dowers',
line linen, delicate china and gleam
ing silver. At this tablo Mid. I'iniicis
Swnnzy presided over tho coffeo urn.
Mrs. George Carter poured ten nnd
Mrs. ltlclinrd Ivus looked ntler tho
punchbowl. The dalnt) little tnbles
on the lnnnl were In chnrpc of Mrs.
Clifford Kimball, Mrs. Chatles Wil
der. Mrs. (Jeorgo Potter nnd Mra. J.
S. Walker. Mrs Hen 4 Wilder re
ceived her guests Informally nml
looked tweet and dainty in n vvhlto
linen trock, Mrs. Dutton woro a prin
cess Irock ot pink nnd looked chnrm
lng. Among tho guests present nnd
Invited were Mra. Harry Mncfnrlniiu.
Mrs rruncls Hwnnr), Mrs (liorge
Cnrter. Mrs Wnltcr llrineke-rhoff,
Mrs. Chas. Cooper, Mrs. Edwnrd Tin
ney, Mrs. IX Fnxoii lllshop, Mrs. Ar
thur llrown, Mrs. Cushman, Mrs. J.
8. Walker. Mrs. Arthur Wilder. Mtn.
(Icorgo ralrchlld, Mrs James Wilder,
Mrs Richard Ivors, Mrs. ('live Divlt-i.
Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mrs (liorgn
Rodlelt, Mrs. Rnnney Seotl, Mlsn Jes
sie Knufmann, Mrs George Potter,
Mrs. von Holt. Mrs. Charles Wilder,
Mrs. Arthur llerg, Mrs, ltn)inoud du
U. I.nynril. Mrs. Mnry (iiinii, Mrs,
Porter Hovd mid Mrs, Alexander-0.
Among tho molt dilntlly nppnintcd
luncheons given ucenlly wui the hiiuII
Informal affair glvi 11 oun da) list week
by Mrs. Henry CnMln nt bet attractive
homo on College! Hills. It wns n lino
luncheon nnd tho motif of this queen
of (lowers wns carried out in llowcrx
nnd place enrds. A dull leaf green J ir
filled with pllo pink roxe.i simply al
mngtd, grated the centre of the lunch
eon table while n few ilellra.li' blos
soms worn scattered over the table.
The place markcrn wero pink rose
cards, tho name of tho guent being
written on 0110 looso ietnl Coffip was
servpd In tho llbiurj Thoio wild en
joyed Mm. Cistlo's hospitality were
Mrs. Shlpmnti. Mrs.- llnirstoii. Miss
' Hngidoru nnd Mlns Toner.
Additional Social News on Page 8.
New Goods ) New Goods
Opportunities Worth Noting
New Dress C5obds
Have arrived, consisting of
Jn Greys, with Hair Line Checks, 38 inch Wide,
All Wool Grey Woollens
Light Weight, Fancy Checks, 44 inches wide,
Crave nette Alpaca.
The famous Priestley Goods, Waterproof, in 'Navy, Brown
and Green, 54 inches wide,
Fashion's Latest, in Cream, Black, Navy, Red, Grey,
Lavender and Myrtle.
WE WILL RESUME OUR FAMOUS
Jutt .Ukealook at our window display. We have
many others to show you also.
Friday next, 13th inst.
See Our ads. in the Wednesday
Papers for full particulars
Our Skirt Department
Is replete with a new and up-to-date assortment.
Peter Pan. Net, Black and White Jap Silk, Batiste, etc.
In Black, White, Pink, Blue, Grey and Lavender.
jijhi $ v
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