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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 20, 1606.
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THE 3CAMAN'3 TOAST
Heres to time hearts and an open
A fnlr or an III wind blowing
Coniiecctd with Throop I'oljteehnlc
institute In Pnsndenn, California, Is a
dome3ilc economy department, whore
the girls learn cookery, dressmaking
and milliner) Perhnps tho moat
unique and at the same time practical
feature of this department la the form
Alilch the early examinations tako
We are wont to think of an examl
nation ns some longtouodroadid,
must be endured kind of plague, and It
stnnda as a sjnonym for all that la
disagreeable in school life. Only fan
cy then, when examination time comen
Instead or sitting down In a stuffy
room with thirty other pupils each as
miserable ns jourself and each try-
Ing to answer questions he Is too ner-1
oiis to recognize as old landmark,
that all )ou liae to do la to gle it
dinner and lnlte ur friends and
have a good time'
This Is the w.i the Throop girls In
the cooking room take their examina
tions. One of the rules is thai cvcr
thing foi the dinner must be made on
the day of Hie dinner, so that tho cm
bro housewives shall have the ex
cellence of preparing meals qtitchl) .
The students of the clasi take their
turns at plalng hostess, waltiiBa and
kltthen assistants, bii that when the
series of class dinners Is nt un end
null girl has ilcmouslratid her abil
ity to her teacher In every lluo of
work demanded for a successful dill
iter. When a girl's turn to net as
hostess tomes she maken the selec
tion ns lo the nature nf the afTalr she
gives. It may take tho form of a din
Mr at 7 o'clock, of u 1 o'clock lunch
ion or n 12 o'clock bnnkfast, or If
the wishes she maj make It a picnic
to the woods, where the proper prep
arntioii ami serving of un al fresco
luncheon shall lie demonstrated. Sho
plans her color motif, decides what
her decorations nnd plaie cards shall
be and selects her guests, one of
whom Is nlvvajs the svvcct-faccd wom
an who Is nt tho head of this depart
ment. The Instructor usually chooses the
menu, as there are certain things
Iff, which she wlslits .very girl to make,
but a hostess may usually make any
selections which she inn wish. Her
rlato tarda, which are alvva palnlcd
In waler tolors nnd nro sometimes
qulto elaborate, may be prepared be
forehand, but cvcrthlug else must bo
dono on "the grent day of tho feast."
On the day of tho dinners the glrU
aro excused from other recitations
Mil when they come to class In tho t,lullM tblntc peaches or papala or ba
morning find the menu written on tho uanau nmM ))e excellent. I
uoaril wiin tne dlHii wiucli eacn girl is.
to prepare written opposite her name,
1 have been to some very artistic lll
tlo dinners In the old Throop cooking
room nnd they have been as well serv
ed as heart of hostess could wish,
Mrs. Dutton. the head of the depart'
ment, Is a pupil of Mrs Borer's school
end keeps up In all of tho latest good
tilings to cat mm tlteir proper serving
nnd sho Is ery particular that her
girls shall perform each part of tholr
work as well ns It can be performed
When Ethel Is hostess Gladjs Is wait
ress and Mario and Helen serve In
tho kitchen, tho rest of tho class sit
ting nt table to help entertain the
Tho next dnv Ethel must be wait
ress. Glad) a will entertain, and so un.
5 very llfle detail of perfect service Is
tuught tho girls and scientific carving
Is ono of the thftigs which every hos
tess must prove sho understands Ev
cry waitress Is taught that the hosiers
Is alvvajs served first, that nothing
except drinkables may be served on
tho right side; that when sho fills a
guest's glasB the carafe must not
touch tho able these and all tho llttla
tlilngi that go to make up perfect ta
ble servlco must shu learn.
Whllu tho'glrl acting as hostess has
tho privilege of usklug whom slid
-leases she Is ndvlsed to study caro
fully thu nrt of gut-st-grouplng and
chooso only those people who will ho
rongqnlnl. Sho Is tuught ttiat the cost
liest nud most pet feet dinner Imaclne
nhlo may bo quite spoiled and render
ed stiff nnd unendurable by placing
tho wrong people next ono another
tr Introducing ono discordant element
nt tho board If sho Is u bit clover
sho ponders well this bit of advlcu
nud profits b II
People a ie ulvvavs pleased wlioti
the) iccelvo an Invitation to n
Tin nop taumlniillon, for it means ono
of tho best diiineiR the) havo had In
u lung time, us well as the chtiutc of
inictlng homo thnrmlng )oung girls
I lemember nil npplo blossom
luncheon glvtn tin re on ono occasion
by u friend of mine which was (harm
ing. It was a May day nffalr and the
May basket motif furnished sumo pict
ty suggtsllons for the decorations.
In the ((litre uf tho lound table
(which, by the way, was Just u rough
board uffulr made lij tho Iiojb upstulra
In the wood shop) was u graceful ban
ket of palo pluk straw (d)od In gaso
line) mid filled with long brandies of
pluk mid while applo blossoms. I'leu
thy Ikiwh of pink kntuu ilbbon woio
caught to tho haiull's uf Iho basket
nnd fioiil tho top of Iho huiullo In tacli
plain oxteiult'd n narrow ilhhtm, plult
Ulid whlto iilternatlng, Tho ilbbon
Iwaa caught to tlic handle of a tlny.waa a huge success and no wonder,
May basket at each jlate. the baskets
containing, the liluk and white eonfec-'
A niece of lace over ale pink
hi. 1.. !., ,.i. it,, (i i,..i,ai
ilk was ijcteniii mi central Basnet
cuh. ..u utuviiiM !; ramui
mm enim uomea over pin were pmc-
m uencain mo ume uhu Kiiim nui. i
Tho menu rnrds were painted
,.. ,,f mfnle blossoms csucht with
Pnk mid whlto bows the name of each
Ee3t il(?mB traced In gold while tho
mcnu wao ron tj,0 reverse side. Un
B,nded white candles In silver and
ara 8tCKB were ured whlto being
yrererabto to plnl., ns tho latter
W0Hi, iiav been n little too strong In
COor to harmonize well with the flow-
Tn0 cntrc wa3 r0ieii in llltlo tlm-
i,ale sheila of pink and white crepe
paI,er nrCll t ooIl ii,0 B ar,,iu i,ios.
,,onii ami IC single blossoms v re
,tSCd t0 garn-h the salad plates. The
faiaJ V,.,1B ., mncoctlon of tho school
1 uon-t .nott n the lugiedlents, but f
llow n ntl0 B.it was used to
mal0 i( harden in tin moulds, and to
Mialo Julio nave-It that .xqulslle simile
of untile blossom pink. It was served
in moulds on lit nut h-avis llh a
delicate drosdng iu which cream had
luili whipped at (lie last moment, nud
was a salad IU for the gods them
selves. It being a warm day tho uoup
course was a fruit bouillon, strawber
ry I think, served Ice told nnd wni
i, novelt) to nianv of tho guests. As
I remcmlitr, the menu wus something
Iced Straw herr Hutilllon
Ilrcad Htliks Olives
disk ti la Cienie In Apple Blossoms
Chicken Cutlcta Potato Mound
licet Halls with whlto sauco
Apple Ulossom Salad
Straw but r I'roplua
Urldc'3 Cake (frosted In pink)
Hon lions (pink and white wafers)
This fioplnn Is quite the best frnren
ileseit I have ever tasted nnd 1 have
reldom eaten It outside of Thioop. The
basis of the froplna Is a fruit icu.
When half frozen n quantity of whip
ped cream'ls folded In and then tlm
freezer Is packed again mid allowed
to remain still till serving time. There
Ik the richness of Ico cream and tho
delicacy of sherbet nnd until one has
mien It she can't know Just how my
?0od It Is. It Is served In Bhcrbet nipt
lmiI ahoulil not be ullowcd to get too
i,nr,i. n iwmi.i i,e esi.edallv eou1
hero as tho pineapples are bo dell
clous. Hut even made with canned
plneapplo ,as we do at home, It Is de
icolw. strawberries and pineapples
nro .i, i . fPiH i ,p n.o.icli I
Ti10 tngtit,I() nrovldcs all of tho
material for tht-so examinations Just
ns it docs tho Ink and paper and pens
In tha algebra class. Such n reputa
tion has tho department achieved that
girls from all over the State and some
from tho East come to take the nor
mal course that will fit them to be-
'como ,icads of Bmuar departments.
A inch room lu tuo basement oi
the school has been started and It has
I)r0VP(1 B0 po,)Uinr that It will bo nec
essary to enlarge tho room. Each
noon n slmplo but ndequato menu Is j
served only lo students, nt nominal
ratca and the daintiest luncheon a '
student could wish will not cost moro
than 20 or 23 cents, while from 9 to
IS la the average. Soup, a meat
course, bread and butter, a rnlad, des
sert, and hot drinks Include the menu.
Tho girl who has charge of tho depart
ment gets a salary which pays a good
ly part of her tuition and the girls of
tho classes aro detailed to help, their
tlmo being all made up to them In
Musical Club Meets
Tho Musical Club, which met with
Mrs. Itestarlck at her resldenco In Em
ma Square, for the first time this sea
son, brought out nearly nil tho mem
bers, nnd wns unusually enjoyable. The
members are even nuiro enthusiastic
than last ear, and the programs for
ninny months ahead wpro outlined. Tho
American and English composers were
listened lo on Wednesday, und umong
them wus tho song "Tomorrow," com
posed by Hnrry Macfarlane, Jr., and
beautifully tendered by Mrs. llanney
Scolt The full program was as fol
Piano Duets "Tho Brownies,"
"Itoblu Hedbioabt." "Twilight" ..
II II A. Beach
MrB. vim Holt and Mrs. Hitchcock.
"The Lll" ChadvvlUc
Vim ul Solos "Nocturne" . .. Nevln
Mrs. C U. Cooper.
I'lulio Soil) Sea Pieces .....MacDowell
Votal Solo "Hat Las' Long His"'..
Carrie Juiobs Bond
Sirs. Wulter Hoffmann.
Vocal Solo "Down on the Bunds" ..
F. G Islcy
Vocal Solos -"The Wateifull,"
'Noontide" lluiulsh M (hum
"Tomonow" II. Muifailano
Mis Huntley Hcott
Miiieh "Pump und Cliiiiuistnnro"
Miss Evil M. Hie vena.
Violin Solo "llomatiie" I'.lgar
Mrs. E it. Il.
'liin lirst lunqiiit whli li the Hono
lulu Hlrxjii und liomi i;i lunge in in ai
thn MiMii.i Ijuivl I'll Tumdiiy cviiilng,
w nen one reads me list or oinner
Bests, which Included some or the
l.tftt.ln, himi I.. thA lalnnda Tito
brnltilcn men In the Islands. The
lon& ttul extended through the two
.irUn(e dlnlnu rooms, and at each end
thprp was ft romul tol)l0i presenting
n dumbcll 1 ho tables were elaborate-
li decorated with la France roses and
lose carnations and the whole effect
was enhanced by the colored electric
lights which Illuminated the room
Tim inn Kriifiio .iinino- rnnms .em
decorated with malle lets and In one
corner there was a large fruit stand
holding all the Hawallin fruits and
decorated with roses, the table heliiK
surrounded by palms. The unique
menus had the ofTlclal seal of tho jememticrea as one or tne most urn
Stock and Bond Exchange and was "ant gatherings ever given here, were
copies of shaies nud It was as follows: , Governor Carter, Messrs. I. A. Thurs
n(nA,n iinn.ia lion. Wlllanl R. ltmwii. Jnnti'S A. Ken-
Bull and Bear Cocktails
Cuban Cigarettes '
On the Board
q.n.ii.oio.i Tun,.,.,,!,, nr.r,. c.it
Consomme de High Pittance.
Swallow Nests (feathered)
Washed Sale Olives
Amalgamated Salt Almond
Planked Hawaiian rtsh (Suckers)
C Clil;3 (Arses.)
Inlcr-Udand Beach Crabs
Filet Mlgnon de Uouef, a la Fat
Pellt Pols, do Kaliuku
Pommei de Walalua. ParlslPiino
Froga Legs Saute en Cocote, Ex
a-la, oli-la, tra-la-la
Koast Island Lamb (ffeeced) St.
Marcus Island Asparagus
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...u. h x.. luiaiuui, uniiii uI)m wttH ul tllu Ht-m,, nnd though Ivo flock of while crepe do chine, gar-
,, . . , Mils steeling was a bli slow 'twus also nltuiod with rich lace, while Mrs. Sto-
Majoniulso of Lruwflsli a la Hawaiian euro for ho brought a bride, across tho ioy nnd Miss Ulcknell wore puro whlto
, , i r ll',ll0 Bl'as nn(1 " waH necessary to now mi of light material.
(Cooked by Gas) nko especial care The bride lo bo During the evening the bride's cake
, . , , , .was Miss Nina II. Cooper of Chicago, was cut, Mrs. Turner finding the slg-
iced Hawaiian Pineapple (Lnllsled) who had como to plight her on of nlfltnnt ring. Miss Thomas the llilm
Lxtrq Dividend Monopolo mnrrlage with Dr. Iliniy Illtkurll. to I Lie. and Miss Anahou the coin.
iwlioni she had beii betrothed for sov- which Is to be mounted as n hatpin
Assorted takes 'crul jears. Patients calling nt u cer- top.
iirtt .Mortgngo preferred Common
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McLarens Imperial Rapid
Transit Cheese Sklddoo
Cafo N'nlr a la Slop Order
Has No Equal
A Pood - Not a Medicine
Newsboys involed the tacred prem-
Ises the latter part of the eenltiB and
distributed the "Honolulu I'lnnncUl
journal" of Tuesday, October ICtti,
1 956. Some of tho paiagraphs were
tensely nuiuslng and created quite a ul-read the marriage service, tho Imprei
version. islvo double-ring ceremony being used.
Those wl.o usponded to the toasts Great simplicity characterized the
were Governor George It Carter, "i ho. nuptials, and there were no attend
President"; T, Cllve Davles, "Tne Sug- nnta. Preceding the entrance of the
ar Agencies": I. Tenney Pcik, "The bride and groom, Miss Bylngton play-
Bankers": J. F. Morgan, "Alms nnd
Objects of the Stock Exchange'; W.
! Harrington, "The Press": Geo P.
Thlelen, "Bubblci , George Cooke and
U F. Dillingham Among those
cnt at this banquet, whlcli will be long
cuy. F. I Hoogs, i: E Paxton. E. I.
Jpaldlng. F. M. Lewis, C. II. Cooke, J.
Hauls McKenzle, Alex. Oarvle, A. J.
Campbell. Harry Armltage, W. O.
Smith. James F Morcan. T. Cllve
Davles. J. If. Gait, C II Atherton, 11
It. Heldford. George II. Ilobertson, iun. An einoornio yoke oi lace ami
George P. Cooke. Hlchard Ivers. L. (Insertion and short bouffant sleeves
Tenney Peck, W P. Pfotcnhtiuer. W. completed the pretty costume.
K. Fnrrlngton, A F Afoug, W. Lnnz.l Caught to her hair with bridal or
J P. Cooke, 11 W Shingle, (IcorEO I' nnBe blossoms and falling about her
ihlcleu. i'" graceful folds, was the convention-
A Jolly party of motorists went over
lo the Macfarlane ranch, Ahulmanu,
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talu dentist's office that moinlng weio
' V , ,, '""n , ,, iVJ V " "wlilte satin ribbon and malle from
, ,lll.'t aV,e.r",ir alUl, rH' Varkrv I-- w''ld' '""B a wedding bell of white
and Mrs. Onlt. Mr. and Mm. Jaiiirs ) l-'carna(lons and ferns. A background
tier. Mr. and Mrs. ( errit Wilder, Mr. of wlno pam i)ranciea completed Iho
nnd Mrs Henry Dulto.i. Mr nud Mrs. brlIa, bowcri Tho rooln were Bm.
Harry Macfarlane .Mrs. Carter Intetitl-ply decorated for tho occasion, palms,
ed giving n dinner for the Diillons on fcrns ,, ,ielcnto blossoms being
trlday, but Is confined to the house placed effectively
hi Illness. The Hnrry .Macfarlanes aniT Aflcr congratulations nnd good
he Muttons went ovtrlo the ranch on'whd.e, had been extended. Ilghtre
Irlday for n weeks visit Pintiahl) no frcshments were served, the bride's
p ace in the Islands Is better known to lai,ie i)eng Etrcttn wtu violets, love's
vultora nnd celebrltes than the Mac- own flowers
nine mS'1.1!"?' iMr. ""'. !.'''' AMlllng the groom's mother In re-
' n"iaie,llH,l'l',PI,r0 ctlv"'K " Buests were her daughters.
for ears In an almost royal fashion. Mr8i w Pfnorey atl(, MM bNela'
uu u . r . Ulcknell, nnd Mrs. Jnmes Illeknell.
When Hearts Arc Trumps Madame lilt knell was gowned In soft
When the Sonoma steamed Into 'giay silk with accessories of lace.
tllfi Imrlmr Kntllrilnl tnr,itt,,v ntmir Mc. Tnii.n.i Illnl ...ill .... n. nfrnl.
obliged to depart with teeth still ach-'rlce
ng. for what Is un aihlug tooth cum -
pared with tlie coming or a gill ou
haven't been for six ears?
' Saturday evening there was a quiet
A scientific combination of all the nutritive elements of the richest
cow's milk and the most wholesome cereals. Prepared by an improved
process, which Insures absolute purity and the highest possible food value.
Not a medicine; It Is a food. Its first merit Is that It Is palatable. Dis
solved In hot or cold water, It Is very like new milk the milk from the
top of the bottle with more than its due proportion of cream. The delicate
flavor of something besides milk recalls the aroma of baking bread, or of
a fresh, crisp cracker.
Easily assimilated by young children, convalescents and nursing moth
ers. Enjoyed by people of all acjes In perfect health. May be used as the
basis of many drinks and dishes ordinarily prepared with fresh fluid milk.
In all of theso combinations BORDEN'S MALTED MILK retains its
high food value while offering the additional advantages of small bulk,
perfect keeping qualities, and entire freedom from the dangers which fre.
quently attend the use of fluid milk furnished by unreliable dealers.
BORDEN'S MALTED MILK may be obtained of druggists and grocers
DAVIES & COMPANY, LIMITED,
.little wedding at the vlneembowoied
home of the groom's mother, Mrs.
Ellen M, nicknell at 70 Kukul street
when the two reunited lovers were
made one. The Ilev. E. U. Turner,
In-'pastor of the Central Union Church.
ed Elsa's bridal song from Warner's
"Lohengrln," and as the closing words
of the benediction were pronounced
the glad, exultant notes of Mendels-
pres-'sohn'o bridal music from "Midsummer
Night's Dream" floated through the
The bride, who Ib a charming girl,
was frocked In an exquisitely dainty
princess gown of sheer whlto organ'
."'c. me rounu SKiri ueing garnuurea
with delicate Valenciennes lace and
Insertion. The seams wero Joined
" Insertion nnd live rows of It
wre let In at intervals around tho
'er portion, fine tucks separating
,Bi veil oi misiy nine, ami sue cnrrieu
K licaf of long stemmed pink roses
tied with white tulle,
The couplo stoo.l to exchango their
"rttto linnnnlli n nnrtntxt M mtn nf
- "" " itv-iuu u vuiiuvj nuiiiii ui
'" ii.nivii -HIV un vi.trvi-
When tho bride left In a shower of
her bouquet was caught by Miss
1 Nellie Ulcknell. which means she will
he tho next girl to wear the orungO
Mlowers. Thu bride's going awuy
gown was of brown and with It she
wore a hat of brown trimmed with man, Smith, S. E. Bishop, Emnger, C.
white wings. I B. Reynolds, Olasen, William Thomp-
Dr. nnd Mrs. Ulcknell drove to the ' son, De Freest, Mist, 0. II. qullck, J. D.
attractive home of Mrs. Allco E. Gaines, Edgar Wood, Slnglehurst, M.
Mudgo nt Walahole, wheie they havo I). Urown, F. I Wnldron. E. 0. Brown,
spent the past week. They return lo- Menzlea, Parsons, Drew, Gullck, FranK
morrow to town and will bo nt homo Cooke, John Johnston, Cathcart, Bald
In a cosy bungalow oa the BIckncll win, Hobert Pratt, Alonzo Oartley, F.
grounds. Andradc, Frank Atherton, B. von
This wedding Is the culmination of Damm, E. O Keen, Sharpe, Clarke,
n pretty college days romance, when Mabel Wing Castle, Swanzy, FreJ Pet-
both were ctudenta at Oberllti Col
lege and members of the same class,
Miss Cooper then being a ctudent in
the Muclc Conservatory, After leav
ing Oberlln D. Ulcknell took his med
ical course at the University of Penn
sylvania, and after practicing for a
time In the Ke stone Stnte returned
to his home In Honolulu, where he has I
stneo resided. The bride has been
connected with the faculty of the
American Conservatory of Music at
Chicago for the past five years and
left a wide circle of friends to regret
Among those present at the weddluv
Mr. and Mrs. James Ulcknell, Mr.
nnd Mrs W. F. Storey, Mr. and Mr.
i. it. uuvuie, nir. aim airs, join iinu-
Me, Rev nnd Mrs. E. B. Turner: Mail
amo Clark, Mrs. Hule; Misses Smith,
Knapp, Nellie Ilk knell, Allco Bond.
B)ington, Thomas, Anahou, Burt, Hal
tie Ncedham; Dr. Francis E. Claik
George BIckncll, Howell Bond, and
On Snturday, Oct. Ctli, JMr. and Mrs.
J. B. Alexander of l.lhue, Kauai, gave
u very stucessful soiree nmslcalo at
their home In honor of Mrs. Mil nro,
Tho following program wat render
Plnno Duct (a) Largo (Mozart);
(b) March (Beethoven) Mrs. Alexau-
del and Miss Sllbtirn Purvis.
Song "O Best lu the Lord (Elijah)
(Mendelssohn) Mrs. Monro.
Piano Solo "La Fllle du Hcglment'
(Donizetti) Mrs. Do Drettevillc.
Uecltution Compensation Mrs.
Song "Don Juans 8eronado'
(Tsrhalkovsky) Mr. Alexander.
Dance Highland Fling Danced bs
Miss Jennie Monro.
Cello and Piano Duct "Tho Swan"
(Saint Saens) Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexan
der. Recitation "Bernnrdo del Caplo"
Mrs. Ileniaiifl. Mrs. Carter.
Trio for Violin. Cello and Piano
Gavotte Louis Xlll" Mrs. Mutiro,
Mr. und Mrs. Alexander.
Two Danish Songs (n) "I-ove
Song." (b) "Glorloim Is the Battle"
Mr. do Drettevillc.
Heading "Speech of Sergeant mi-
ttuz" (Dickens) Mr. Alexander.
Piano Duet Largo from Symphony
(Schubert) Mrs. do Brettevlllo und
All the performers were at their
be.it and the musical treat was thor
oughl) enjoyed by all.
After the piogrum an hour's social
pastime that was Indulged In whllo
delicious refreshments were served.
Tho guests wero: Mr. and Mrs. de
Brettevllle, Mr. and Mm. Carter. Mrs.
Isenberg. Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Monro
and Miss Jennie Munro, Mr. and Mrs.
Malm. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis and Miss
Sllburn Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. Sweet
ner. New Faculty Club
A new faculty club has been formed
at Kamehamcha Girls' School and If
the first two meetings are any Index of
what tho future ones will be tomo very
pleasant times will be enJo)cd by the
club this winter. The pcrsouncl In
cludes all thn teachers of tho school,
between forty and lift) lu number, and
tho club is to meet each two weeks.
The club has been formed for pure
social purposes nnd the program com
mittee, tumposed of President Home,
Mr. Livingston, Miss Knapp and Miss
Riley, appoints each tlmo the member
who will have charge of the subse
quent meeting. The next meeting will
be held a Week from Tuesday evening
and Miss Pope will act as hostess.
Tho reception given by Mrs. Henry1
E. Cooper and Mrs. Albert J. Derby on
Wednesday afternoon at tho stone
mansion of thu Coopers, for the ladles
of Manoa and College Hills, was at
tended by nearly all tho resideutH de
i.nltc the mill, which seemed for a tlmo
lo mar the magnificent view which Is
one of the feature of the mansion.'
Miss Allco Cooper met tho guests ut
tho door of the court, which Is one ot
the unique features of thu phue, tilted
us It Is with palms, ferns mid hanging
biskets of maiden hair, and eonduiled
them to the diawtugiooiii, where Mrs.
Cooper und Mrb. Derby -prettily
dressed In dainty while lecclvul the
guests. Bowls of deep crimson tarna
tions, vuses of cloisonne holding mulct-
tuliali- reins und u banking of tlie
grateful lulu vines iu one i or ner. made
tho loom blight with color. Aspiirugus
vines went liiilltd about the upper pail
of Iho i our!, and thn whole effect wus
Ihoioughly in Untie. Uefieshiiients
vveie served fioni little tables on tl.e
In nail lumiis mill the guests exclaimed
In udmliutlon ut thu extensive view ot
Diamond Head nud the ocean, while
looking up Iho valley weie to bo seen
most gloilous i loud effects, for thu
Cooper mansion coiuiuuiids u view
which fnw i mi boast of oven In Hono
lulu Miss Alliu Cooper, u pretty girl,
assisted by "the twins," buds of jirom
Ite, mid it buty of dimming ) tiling gills,
Liivtd thu I'.elh lulls refieshmi'iits. It
With ii delightful afternoon and Duly
hospitable. Ill uvtry sense of thu wold,
for the lounging t halts, Irregularly
pltiif-d on Hie lauuls, tiluled lo little
llilliuutles und loiivi-riiitlou waxed fust
mid fui Ions foi man) bonis, Thoso
pieieut who MemlmuoH Alexander,
rmletnu, (Imlz, (Un my, Niedh.iiu,
U'l.uluil, ll III, III.. M'.mi.i. !..,. l., II
line, E Midliiiiahuu, l.ewon.lialu,l
A. I'. TJ)lr, A. A. Moulaim, II. Col...
erson, Jonathan Shaw, W. A Kinney,
Bergstrom, F. E. Blake, Ernest Koss,
P. J. Harwood, A. W T Bottomley,
Beardmore, True, Cook, Swan and
Hemenway, and the Misses O'Meara,
Hose Davidson, Helsman, Zlegler,
Edith Mist, Johnston, Barraclough,
Ncedham, A. Paris, Snow,
For Japanese Captain
i On Tuesday nfternoon Lieut and Mrs.
Cushtnan entertained in a delightful
manner at an Informal tea for Captain
, Ilauafusn and oulcers of the training
ship Anegawn, Delicious refreshments
were served from little tables, on which
were vases filled with cut flowers. The
captain added one of the Aneganra'fc
Iiinnons to Mrs. Cushmau's Urge and
uoiauie collection. Amonc those nrps-
ent besides tho guests of honor were
Dr. and Mrs. Blanchard, Paymaster
and Mrs. Brooke, Mr. Smith, Mrs.
Frederic Klainp. Mrs. George Hodlek,
Mrs. Klebabn, Misses Tilly Neumann
nnd Elsa Schacfer. Lieut, and Mrs.
Cushmau were entertained at tea ou
the Anegawa on Wednesday afternoon
nud Paymaster nnd Mrs. Brooke were
nl3o present. The Cuptaln gave an
elaborate lunch on that day to the nav
al officers and later In tho afternoon
they joined the ladles nt tea. '1 he Jap
anese have tho art of entertaining to
perfection, and, as thero Is not a. more
urtlstlc nation under tho sun, so on
that day tly? hospitality was not only
giaclous but artistic In the extreme.
The captain auj officers view with" one
another In doing kind things for tlitlr
guests. Tho Anegawa Is a very fill"
ship nnd the cadets splendid speci
mens or the .Mikado's kingdom.
A pretty little bridge party was clven
on Monday iifU'rnocm when Miss Agnes
Walker was hostess at her mother's
hospitable residence on Nuunnu ave
nue. The consolation prize, a superb
lotiquet of Amarlcau Beauty roses,
was won by Mrs. Helen Noonan. Mrs.
Charles Wilder was the successful win
ner of the first prllie Among those
present were Mra. Tenney. Mrs. II,
Noonan, Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs.
Georgo Hodlek, Mrs. Charles Wilder,
Mrs. Klebabn. Mrs. Porter Uo)d. Mis.
J. S. Walker. Mrs. A. J. Cauinbell. Mrs.
George Porter, Mrs. Andrew fuller.
Airs, .nary uunti, Mrs. lloiioway and
Mrs. Archie Young.
It will be of Interest to know. that
the house In Spltzbergen. far away
In the Arctic Oeeon, now being oi-cu-pled
by Mr. Wellman as a base for his
flight to the north pole, wns built and
owned by Mr. I'lke, uow staylnr at
the Moana hotel with his party. Mr.
Pike is a great traveller and sports
man. Ho has been several times in
bpltzbergen for many months and has
shot legions of polar bears. Perhnps
the inou Interesting experience ot his
life was his excursion Into Tibet with
Captain Deasy. tho British exnlorer.
They were then for many months liv
ing ut un elevation or itsuu leet, und
brought back valuable and scientific
Mr. and Mrs. A. da Brettevllle of
Kauai aro guests ot Mr. and Mrs. C.
Hedemnnn at Walklkl. Their two chil
dren, Maude And Paul, are at Punahou
college. Mr. mid Mrs. de Brettevllle
have not been In Honolulu fur years
and they are delighted with tho Im
provements which the town-has under
gone. Mr. and Mra. W. II. Hlco of Kauai
are at the Alexander Young for a few
days. Tuesday was the thirty-fourth
anniversary ot their wedding day, and
they celebrated by giving a charming
dinner for Mr. and Mrs. T. King, and
Mr. and Mrs. Foster. Violet and mauve
asters made a pretty table decoration.
Mis. George Cooke gave a pretty cull.'
d i en's party at her residence In Ma
klkl on Friday afternoon. The lawn
behind Iho Iioueu was the scent) of the
gathering of little ones and a charm
ing sight for all was the happy faces
ot the little ones us they danced upou
tho green and played their favorite
Lieut, nud Mrs. Cushman gave a
dinner for Admiral Very on Tuesday
evening. Among the guests were Mr.
nud Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mrs. Smith
Mrs. Frederic Klatup, Captain Carter
snd Miss Alexander.
On October 8th Judgo nnd Mrs.
George Gear entertained ror Prince
und Princess Kavvauauakoa and Cap
tain Drake of the Wisconsin. Caruu
lions und maidenhair were effectively
used In tho decorative scheme.
Mr. und Mis. E. A. Kuudsen have re
turned fioui tlitlr pleasant season
umong tho mountulus to their new resi
dence opposlto the Walawa homestead.
Sunday afternoons aro Justly popu.
lar nt the Seaside. Theie is music
overy afteiuuuii und evening uu that
Mr, and Mrs Huyuiond de II. Layanl
guvo ono of their delightful dluners ut
the Dlltlsh loiisiilulo uu Filday ovcii.
Mis. Aviry. wlfu of thn general man-iigfi-
uf the T, K. K. steamship com
1'iiny Is u guest ut the Moanu hotel.
Tho bridge pally vvhlth Mrs. Faxon
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