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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1808.
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The correct spring milliner stylet
can be seen here. A large and com
wchensive display of SWELL DHESS
Gage Pattern Hats
in dress nnd tailored hats.
New York Models
Hundreds of pretty and very styl
ish hats of smooth and rough straws.
We cordially invite you to visit
otir Millinery Department and see
the Latest Crutions.
Handsome Dress Skirts
8TYLISH HEW VOILE SKIRTS.
With or without silk drop ; entire
ly new, silk-trimmed, and hraided
and applique. Voile Skirts from
WHITE SERGE SKIRTS.
Latest out. Finely tailored. Extra
qaality serge from
BLACK SILK SKIRTS.
Ent.rely new styles. Handsomely
braided and trimmed, latest cut, from
We guarantee ft perfect fit. All
alterations arc made without charge
by experienced dressmakers.
7JRST EASTER DISPLAY
)yrE,have received on the Alameda a sample assort-
merit of Artistic Creations mirroring the smart
est dictates of New York and Paris Fashions. Don't
fail to see them.
made of sheer organdy and fine mulls; trimmed with fine
Valenciennes lace and sheer embroidery; in white and
made of fine Lawn or India Linon; trimmed with Valen
ciennes' lace or embroidery, from SJ50.00 upw.
STYLISH TUB COATS
Very latest cut; the new length, handsomely braided,
from SJ5I3.JSO upw.
. Coat and Skirt very new. Made of French Pique and
Rep. Stylish Box Coat, embroidery trimmed; in white,
pink, and light' blue, at $13.50. '
Coat nnd Skirt made of French Pique,
somcly braided. Suit, $18.00.
Coast 3-4 length, in white and brown linen; hand
somely braided, Very stylish. Suit, $25.00.
,ar1hfc ex Tr53 flv.rfcrr . iT,ir' 'Jj'
'O taJPLa-e'J2. ilfcZ3f JL-T JL y jv'(Wi BP-HiG B.LO.
The Store with the Moneyback Policy .
Made of fine quality nainsook.
Eratsiere trimmed with Valenciennes
lace and beading, hand run with baby
ribbon and row of lace insertion. Pan
talon trimmed with wide lace set on
five-inch lawn ruffle with lace in
sertion; price, $3.00.
New Valenciennes Laces'
With insertions to match in single
and double thread. Hew patterns inn
eluding, the fillet effects,,
Edgings and Insertions, Readings,
Rands and double edge ribbon head
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J SOCIAL CHATTER jme: HOME TALK
HIE tlni-1 h i cmno tthtu the ful
llos and K.netlos of th" pant
season must bo put stonily
asiilo. Lent In here: To
church! To Church) Anil up-
uu bended kueu iray that some HltK
deed of kindness. Some good v.or.!
spoken In defense of a weakcrv sister
thai precious bit of gossip repressed--
may be In part tho dutcomo of this
sacred, season of nfayor anil fatting.
Col. 'Haws' Birthday -
Colonel Alexander O. Hawes, Mho
was with John Brown at Ossawatomlo
Kons., ami was one of the founders of ,
the rioh'-mlin club In this city, waa
honorod last ovcnlng at a dinner glv-!
en b Kapbnol U'elll at the Uojwmlfm '
club. Thebanquet waa in eorcpllnieut
of the ie only-fifth birthday Qf.Colom!
Hawes, who has had a r omar,kubl ca
leer as printer, odltor, traveler and
soldier, and In San Fronclcco his rop
utHtion as n clubman aud wit Is ex
tensive Among the guests last own
nig was "Uncle" George Bromley, the
patron ancient of tho Bohemian club
whose merry nplrlt tontr.bm.4 ,v at
ly to tho enjojinout of the dinne;
lUoso friend.) of Colu.iel Havos who
assembled with him about the almond
blossom decorated tablo wero: Rn
Phael Weill, Chauncoy M. St John
Frank Hatch of Now York. Gcorgo T
Bromley, Mayor E. It. Taylor; Henri
llorou, consul general of Franco; Gen.
oral I.uclus H. Footo, Joseph C. Camp
bell, General Samuel W. Ilackti"
Thomas S. Nolson, Gcorgo Maker, Dr.
r. K. Alnsworth, Dr. Benjamin ltr
Swan, Hugh M Burke, Captain Rogl
nald r Nicholson, U. S. N.; .1. W.
Walker, John Landeri, I.ouls Rnson
tbal and Keuben II. I.loyd. Call.
Col. II awes cxpecteJ to bo In Hono
lulu ere this, but Is detained In San
Francisco as ho is on the reception
committee for the fleet.
Mrs. Stanley's "At Home"
. One of the social rvtiiu pi last Sai
unlay was th -al ho.no' given by Mrs
V illliiui Stun'e at her resldenco li
lppi r Furl t.tnt'l In honor of ho'
fclster, Mrs. Vl.M'ont II. Kltc.it, am1
Miss Btanlo u sister of Judge Stan
ley, from Dublin. Mrs. Stanley
dressed In white laco, received wltl
her guostu of honor on tho lanal. llotli
Mrs, Kltcat and Miss' Stanley lookod
harming, the farmer dressed In
French organdy trimmed with IIoul
ton laco, and the latter in yellmv t.HK
with chiffon. Lady Heron, the moth
cr of the hostess, recoltcd tho guc3t
and directed them to tho drau Ins
loom in her usual delightful fashion
Sho woro block Bilk and oxijulslto laco
Nasturtluma, In all tho glory pf tholr
ninny tonea, adorned tho tca-tablo, and
tho lanal and library were adorned
with theso lovoly blossoms. Tho draw
ing room wiir decorated in while am
given. Mrs. Berr.lct Walbrldgo poured
tea. and Mrs. Gaines presided over tlir
coffee urn. while Mr J. '0. Young
Mrs. William Roper. Mrs LanR" the
MIbscb Hurl well, anil Miss Anna Dan
ford assisted lh looking after tho wol
faro of'tlie guests most agreeably
Mrs. Alcx'inilei Lindsay and Mlsu Con
utanco Itostarlck sang most sweetly
nnd Miss Ada Khodo and soveral oth
ers gavo piano solon It wuh u most
BiicccBsfiil andeiijoyalilu affair and
enbn('y vas glad to eo Mrs. Kltcat
looked so well. She responded to I
ihe greetings or her friends with much
cleer ropartee. and kept tho vhole
company In good spirits Miss Stan
ley, a pretty girl, tnado u very good
Impression. , Sho has, all tho vivacity
ut ner pee and n'iasclnatlng.way of
uwaklns EuRllhli. Tho Invited giieHtH
Incliulcd: Her Majesty Queen Llliuo
I'alanl, Princess KnWanannkoa, l'rln
cos Knlnnlannole, Miss Miirnnrd. Mrs
1'aikor. Mrs. Frcnr. Mrs. Dole, Mrs.
Dillingham, Mrs. 11. Smith, .Mrs. Klu,;
Mrs. Sopei, tho Misses Super, Mibs I:
May, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. It, Fpret r,
Mrs. W. Sopcr, Mrs. K. Mott-Smlth.
Mr. Weight, Miss I'aty, Mrs. S. Dam
on, Mrs. McKlnnon, Mrs. Hall. Mrs.
E. Hall, tho Misses Hall, Mrs. K
Damon, the MIeeob Lade!, Mrs. and
tho Missus J. 0.Cartcr, Mrr. Babbitt
Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs.
CHve Ddvies, Mrs. Gcorgo Davles, Mrs.
Drock, Mrs. Wnlbridgo. tho Misses
I'ark, Mrt. Perkins, Mrs. Lewton
nraln, Mrs. Ilestariek, Miss llestarlck
Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. XIcGrow. Mrs. W
A. Hoflold, Mrs. J. Cook, Mrs. Fuller
Mrs. Humphrls, Mrs. Grinbaum, Mrs.
A. G. Haves, Jr., Mrs. SinglehurBt,
.Mrs. llodlck, Mrs. Bottoinlcy, Mrs.
Deeiing, Mrs. Cockburu, Mrs. Kenny,
Mrs. Ewnit, Miss Gwart, Mrs. Water
mann, Mrs. Catton. tho MUses Catton
-Mrs. Breckons, Mrs. W. Wall, Mrs. A
Wall, Mies Winston, Mrs. Cleghorn
Miss Howllngs, Mrs. Center, tho
Misses Center, Mrs. Allan Herbert
Mis. English, Mrs. Mist, Miss Mist
Airs. Hagcns, Mrs. HanneUorg, Mra
Cchultzy, Mr3. Podmaro, Mrs. llolmeu
Mis. Ilullou, Mri. Marx, Mrs. Alfred
Carter, tho Mlt-ses Hartwcll, Mrs
Oalnes, Mra. Qchnufur. Miss Schacfcr,
Mrs. Tonne) Peck. Mrh Seldon Kings
bur j Mi .lucid Jnv. oimg, Mlsh
Momsleud, Mrs W. Ilald, Mt. Ivers.
Mrs. H. Reott. Mra. ClemnionB, Sisters
Beatrice and Albcrtlna, Miss iMIsl
Miss Dunlop, Mibs Tagnr.l, Mrs. Swnn
zy, Mrs. KouUo, Mrs. V.. IloaH, Mrs. A.
'Vaierhume, Mrs. Kmerron, Mrs. A
Kuuuti'i, Mis. A. Lindsay. Mm
Voting. Miss Youus, Mra. Gill, Mis
lirulg. Mm Grelg, Mrs. Clay, Mr
lkrt, Mrs. Mlkl Salto. Mrs. llarrl
on, Mrs. II. Low Is, Mrs. Gcorgo
Cooke, Mrs. Augur, Mrs. Halstead
tirs. Lacklntid. Mrs. A. Judd, the
MIsecs Ward, Mrs. McCIemtfiit, Mrs,
S. Cooke, Mrs. Chang Tso Kan, Mrs
Cockburu, Mrs. Mott-Smlth Cunning
'mm, Mrs. Booth, Mrs. H. 0. Danford.
The Great Mnrdi Qras
The third Mardl (iias masque hall
on Tuosday ovenlng at the "Crystal
Palaco" drew a fashionable and en
thusiastic audionco. Too much pralso
cannot bo beHtowed upon those who
toncelvcd and carried out tho ar
inngcmcnt and decoration of tho
place, tho old flshmarket, which prov
ed, on accounts of Its spaciousness,
most suitable for any largo and bril
liant gathering. Tho dancing floor
was ample, botng In tho center of tho
structure, ranged on either sldo of
It worn tho boxes and soats for tho
Hportntors. At tho inukal end of tho
dancing lloor a royal marquee was
erected for tho Prince and Princess
and their attendants. Chairs onco
used by roynlty woro brought from
tho Capitol for thoroya! personages
of Tuesday evening. From this 'point ancoibSlnB.cntised by n crafty arranpq
or vantage tho Prince and Prlnccns mentiof barrel-hoops. Mrs. OardUcr
viewed the pageantry of their mask-' Wlldor was drusfo.l in perfect castumo
cd revelers. Amongst theso were as n Filipino lady and Ml3s,Annio Itoso
knights and ladles, gypsies and for- was stunning in white. Mrs, Brcbkc
tune-tellers, Turks nnd infidels, looked very charming In a doll-pluk
Moors and Egyptians, buffoons and Princess gown, aud EllaAVhcelcr WI1
clowns nnd merry-makers of all fan-icox, uttlrotLns a "Greek Poetess," at-
tastic sorts who inhabit the realms i traded much attention. As Hamlet,
Spencer ISickerton, faultlessly attired,
acted the gloomy Dnnu to perfection.
The directors of tho League through,
whose untiring work the affair was
given, are:, Mr, D. Howard Hitchcock,
Schuster, the handaome' Mrs. H. M. ,ton Jloit, Mrs. L. L, Mc-
woro whlto satin small uauuiess, .tirsA. p. TticKcr, Jiisa a
of revelry. Tho lovely Princess, Miss
Ethel Spalding, was beautifully gown
ed In whtio satin with court train of
Alice blue, the train bolng borne1 by
Ivan Graham and Hobo Schacfer. Mr.
clothes with whlto silk stockings audi Hi Parko, Mrs. L. G. Marshall, Mr. W,
black shoes, a waistcoat of Alice blue i A. Bryan. Mrs. W. M. Oraham (clalr
and n dark-bluo court coat trimmed' man), Miss Codle Cardo (vice chair
with lace. Tho Prince and Prlnrew, I man). Tho ,patronesEos pf tho event,
because of their yourh nud freshness, I most of v. hum were prctent, were:
made n very charming nnncarance. I. Wnlt.r F. Froar. Mrs. S. B. Dole,
In tho Grand March the Prince nnd ! SIl-s- - Carter, Mrs. B. F. Billing-
Princess were followed by bewitching linm- :"ra- A. Hartley, sirs. i:. a. mou-
Court Ladles, all in empire gowns,
pink, blue, or white, with masks to
match and powdered hair. The Court
Miss Cardcn, Miss llestarlck, Miss
Alice Hopper, MIbs Ircno McCarthy,
Miss Eunice Pratt. Miss Charlotte
Hall, Miss Adolo Morgan, Miss Allco
Cooper, Miss Itennlo Catton, Miss
liclle McCorilslon, Miss Irraa Balleu
tync, Miss Tucker, Miss Jano Wlnue.
Smith. Mra. C. M. Cooke, Mrs. F. A.
Schnefcr, Mrs. Humphrls, Mrs. Gcr
rit P. Wilder, Mrs. So'.dcn Kingsbury,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. A. G. Hawes,
Jr., Prlncesa Kawanauakoa.
About 11:30 thejudgei, who consist
ed of Mrs. Focke, Mrs. C. B. Cooper,
Mrs. V, M. Swanzy, Dr. Cofer and D
Howard Hitchcock, announced their
decisions through Herald Jordan. They
were ns follows: Handsomest lady's
Miss Genevieve Langton, Miss Cor-' costume M1!b3 N. F. Waltx; Chinese
delta Oilman, Miss Katherino Hoppor.l lady. Haridsomest gentleman's cos
Miss Allco Hedemnnn, and .Miss Sarah , turao Mr. Ilelnecko; turk. Most com
Lucas. , leal lady's costume Mrs. Blanche
After theso followed tho train of Walker, Mrs.' A. M. Brown, Mrs.
masquers and revelors, each in his' Bralneid Smith, Mrs. II. Atkinson;
own fantastic guiso. Miss Waltz, as ' quartet of spring milliners. Most com
a Chlneso Lady, was attired In a leal gentleman's costume F. Varrcn;
comploto Chlneso costumo of wonder- K S. Kennedy! 'Dutchmen. Best bus
ful beauty nnd richness, nnd was I talned lady's character Miss Ethel
Minneapolis, ,Mr. and Mrs. Plllsbury.j
Mr. and Mrs. Vs'cwcfl nnd Miss Nannie
Wlnstgn, all linvlng.illned as n family
party at tho Young hotel, going on to
the ball later. Tho Mlseep Winston of
Minneapolis aro charming nn'd beautt
tul young plrls, whom overyono ad
mire. Mr. am Mrs, Newell, ui'o well
known In Honolulu, Mrs! Newell be
Iiir a sister to tho, Misses Winston.
Mrs. PllUbury 'is' VcVy n'ttfa'ctlvt
and cultivated woman, tho daughter
of Mrs. Phil Wluston, while overyono
known "our Mlsa Winston Mia?
Nnnnlo Winston, who hhs been so
much iti Honolulu of'Vec'iit years that
wo can rightly cialm her' as our very
THE BEAUTIFUL LAND OF NOD.
awarded the prize for the handsom-j
est lady's tostume. MIS3 Ethel Mon-!
sarrat as tho "Merry Widow" aroused
much curiosity nnd comment, tho
part being most excellently sustain
ed. Tho "Spring Milliners," rcpie
Kentlng our different homo establish
ments, furnished n highly umtislng
burlesque, and made tho most fun of
any of tho masquers of tho evening,
thes,o pail3 being taken by Mrs.
Wnncho Walker, Mrs. A. M. Brown,
Mrs, Ilralnerd Smith, nnd Mrs. It.
Atkinson. Tlicto ladles showed great
clevorness nud Ingenuity In tho ar
rangement of their costumes, wear
ing tho most remarkable and absurd
thing Imaginable In tho lino of dresses
and hats, aud bearing placards on
their backs purporting to advertise
tho firms who had furnished tho Koodn.
Mrs. Mott-Smlth Cunningham with
Harry Cobb, as tho "Stung Sisters,"
woro also remarkably attired, creating
much fun nud carrying out tho parts
with plenty of spirit nnd mirth. Mrs,
F.ilrchlld, Misses Helen and Lady
Macfnrlano wero attired as Chinese
girls, extremely well carried out both
in costume and nctlng. As clown und
Jester Heynold McGrow and Louis
Kenton carried 'off tholr parts vory
we'll. Dr. and Mrs. Cooper, Dr. Her
bert, Sam Wilder, James Wilder, Mr
and Mrs. I). H. Hitchcock, Mr. and
Mrs. Ranney Scott, Mis. F. M. Swan
zy, Mrs. R. Ivors, Mrs. Focko and Di.
Cofer, formed an amusing contingent
of black nnd whlto Plorrots and Pier-
Monsarrut; Merry Widow. Best sus
tained gentleman's costume Merle
Johnson; Hindu. Moat original lp.dy'a
costume Mlsa Phoobo Arlulgh; Bou
si'inUllea. Most original gentleman's
coitume -C. Marques; Mono) bags.
Must of tho spectators Vii-io .cit.l
i tho mauVa cud of the b'ulliht.g.
whlli home occupied boxes m the
b.ilc!,. among tho latter being Goi-
mcr aii'i Mis. Frcar, Mrs, Daiiiiglnt.ii,
Former Governor and Mrs. Carte.',
Judso und Mrs. Stanley, Dr. McGrow,
Mr. and Mr3. Ilobort WIIco, tho Prlu
tetn Kawummakoa, Dr. and Mrs. Hum
phrls, A. L. C. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Focko, Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Spalding,
Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Cooper, -Mr, and
Mrs. D. Howard Hitchcock, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Gartley, Mr. and Mra. C. W
C Dcerlng, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. P. Wil
der, Mr. and Mrs,( C. Hudemann and
many others. Among those who wero
noticed during tho evening not In cos
tume wero; Prluccss Kuwananakos,
who woro a handsome whlto laco dress
over whlto crcpo do chtno with white
ornaments In her hair. Mrs. C. W
Caso Deerlng woro a very pretty while
Princess gown trimmed with point
lace. Mrs. need of Los Angeles
looked very charming In white satin,
and Mrs. Cox of Salom, Mass., was
cry haiuUomo In black spanglet nel
Mrs. Humphrls woro pluk and whit"
and looked extromely well. Mr. C. 11.
Coopor looked very handsome In white
satin, cut Princess stylo. Together tu
ono party woro to be seen Mrs. Phil
lottos, tho genllemou's round appear- Winston and tho Misses Wluston of
Come cuddle your head ou my should
Your head Ilko a golden rod,
And wo will go sailing away from
To tho beautiful Land of Nod.
Away from life's hurry, and Hurry nnd
Away from earth's shadows and
To a World of fair weather wo'Il float
Whore roses aro always In bloom.
Just shut up' your eyes, and fold your
Your bauds llko tho' leaves of a roso,
And wo will go sailing to those fair
That never an atlas shows.
On the North and the West they'nro
bounded by rest,
On tho' South and tho East, by
Tis the country Ideal, where nothing
Is real, l
But everything only seems.
Just drop down tho, curtains of your
Those eyes llko n bright bluo-bcll.
Ami wo will sail out under starlit
To tho lunil wheio tho falrlos dwell
Down tho rlcr of sleep, our barque
Till It roaches that mys(lcnl Islo
Which no man hath seen, but where
all hnvo becu,
And thcru wo will pauso a whlto.
I will croon you u song as wo float
To that shore that Is blossed of God,
Then ho! for that fair land, wo'io off
for that rare land, '
Tho beautiful Land of Nod.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
A San Francisco paper says:
Bishop da Sllva of Lisbon, u prlnco
of tho royal blood and a relative of
the lato rflng Carlos of Portugal, ro
turned here yesterday on tho liner
Korea from Honolulu, wheio his vlt.lt
was cut bhort by tho news of the
tragedy which placed King Manuel on
tho throne of Portugal. Ho left Lis
bon In August, 190C, on a mission to
visit tho Portuguese settled In this
country, Hawaii and Mexico. Ho was
In Honolulu at tho ttmo of tho assas.
slnatlon of tho king nnd crown prlnco,
nnd Immediately canceled all his en
gugements. He stayed long onough,
however, to ofllclato ou Fobruary 13
at a scrvlco dedicated, to the memory I
of his dead relatives.
"Do not ask mo 'to spoatf.. about
that dreadful tragedy. It is too ter
rlblcy" said .tho bishop yesterday. "Tho
nowfkJiy!P hom I know well, is a
Bplendld. young mail and1 will bo u
gOo'lmbnaVch. 'But, pleaso, tot us
talk about my work. The other hub
ject unnerves moj' ' , ,t ! j
Tho bishop will visit a number o4
Portuguese settlements In souther
California, and nflcr that will vfat
Meicoyy'FromttherQ hoi wjll, returns tr
Of Interest to their many friends is
MlsS Allco Dcm'fug's marriage to Di'
T. A. Kottanzl took every ono by sui
prlso, because when tho engagomen
was announced a fortnight ago not i
slnglo word was said of any such plan
Every ono vaguely Bald "Easter," Jus
as pcoplo always do when they haven',
tho slightest Idea of tho dato set, am
no one was at all prepared for tho sud
den wedding. There has been mucl
elckness In tho Deralng family, how
ever, and, llko ovory ono else, the)
wero anxious to leave town rathe
earlier than usual this summer, bo the
marrlago waS decided upon without
further delay. Miss Doming ono o
whose charactcrlsts Is promptness o
action telephoned a few friends
called on a few relative's, and tin
preparations wero mado Late Wed
nesdny afternoon tho young, couple
woro married' by Father Woods, ant
although the preparations had beet
hurried It was a pretty and tmprcs
slve llttlo wedding. Masses of St
Joseph lilies and dozons .of potted
palms mudo the simple llttlo cliurcl
look Its very best, and tho last of tin
brilliant day's sunshine poured In
through tho high windows. Gooc
wishes and farewells followed tho ccr
omony, and Dr. Fottnnzl and his bitdt
started at onco on their wedding Jour
ncy. Dr. Rottanzl, by tho way, Is tin
man who won tho everlasting gratl
tudo of mankind (und womnnkind
too, whatever they may bay to thu
contrary) by putting through tho log
lElaturo tho bill that forbids hats In
(heaters. This really means moro t.
Ihe world than does many n bill that
at first glance might seem much niiji-u
Mrs. Walter Troar'a chowder lunch
eon on Saturday last was a most en
joyablo affair. Tho day was a perfect
one, nud tho tablo, set upon tho lanal
overlooking Pearl Harbor, gavo nn o.
quislto harmony of color for tho eyo
to look upon. Tho conversation, led
uy Mrs. una wnoeier wico, was
very morry. Tho guests Included Mrs.
Edwards and Mrs. Emmons of Senttlo,
Mrs. amnions or Portland, Mrs. Rob
ert Wilcox. Mrs. Cummlngs of Boston,
Mrs. Cox or Salem, Mass., Mrs. A.
Knudsen, Mrs. Sanford B,. Dole, Mrs.
Will Whitney, Mrs. von Holt, Mrs. I),
F. Dillingham, Mrs. Omstcad. Mrs.
Hugo Frenr, Mia. Philip Frear.
"Arcadia" was again tho sccno of
a very pleasant reception, It bolng tho
first Monday of tho month, tho Frcar's
usual reception day for tho public.
Governor and Mrs. Frear received In
sifted by Mrs. Edwards, of Seattle,
ami Mrsl.. Augustus Kumlscn. Mrs.
rrqarvvpTOniphto green frock of mull
nnd a Jalfo dog collar, tho ono which
Mra., May Mott-Smlth Cunningham de
signed and jsho. carried a 'bunch of
mlgnonetlu.1t.Tl)ro,v.'cro man) callers
durlhg'thu'af to'rno'on, man o'id'frlcnds
-onilng to greet tho Governor's sister,
Mrs. Rrilft Woodward, who with her
wo' daughters, was passing through
n tho Korea. Tho sanio largo flag
I lecoratcd'tho entrance to tho house,
uidrpalrnB.i ferns lyidr begoulns-inado
"lie foomVaVfracthcr'At tlio tea'jtablo
Mrs. B. U Marx, poured coHcouml
,ea Mrs. iFred'Lawrcy. Mr. Stanley
..l-ttngston'o's magnificent voicelpuvo
;rcat pleasure rllo was accompanied
most artistically by his wife. ' " '
Miss Mary Keenoy, ono of the San
Francisco belles, gavo a dinner for
Miss Margaret Hyde-Smith nnd Har
old Dillingham which was a most
elaborate affair, n week previous to
tho wedding, and Mrs. William Mago
J Newhall gavo a largo dinner the
lame weeit tor tlie popular young cou
ple. Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox, who has
been bo much entertained, was tho
guest-of-honor nt n small tea on Wed
nesday given by Mrs. James (jastle.
She was in her usual brilliant Ihood
nnd It was a pleasure to listen to her
wise and witty sayings. v
Mrs. Hatch gnvo a lbnchcon on tho
17th to Mrs. Bourko Cockran, 'Mrs.
Brick, Mrs. Rosa Thompson, -Mrs.
Isabel Strong, Mrs. Lamar. Mrs.
Strongls n step-daughter 'qf the" lato
Robert Louis Sicvcnsou,.and ,1s very
wntl 1nnwn In l!n,tnl,.ti.
if w K
Tho nnnouncemont of Dr. James It.
Judd's marrlago to Miss Louise .Mar
shall, of Chicago,. camo as a great Bur
prlso to hln relatives and friends. Dr.
and Mrs. Judd expect to arrive Jiero
In tho China.
On tho 20th. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hatch,
who are giving u series of dinners,
entertained Senator Galllngcr, 'Mr.
nnd Mrs. LIttleflold, Admiral, nnd
Mrs. Barker and Admiral and Jits.
. ,v tt
Everybody,' Is glad to seo Burton
Holmes nbout town. Ho Is Btopplns
at tho Young Hotel. As an explorer,
writer, and traveler ho la Justly'' cel-
Mr. Morris, of Buffalo, N. Y,, n
guest nt tho Alexander Young Hotel,
gnvo n dinner on Sundny evonlng In
honor of-Dr. and Mrs. HumphrU.'
Canon Usbourno nnd family havo
returned to the Rectory nfter n pleas
ant sojourn nt, "Tho 'Cliffs," tholr
Diamond Head residence.
General and Mrs. John McClollan
hnvo engaged tho old rooms "of tho C.
W. C. Deerlngs at tho Moana hotel.
Miss Hetene Irwin was hostess of
tho'Gaycty dance, n fashlonablo ovont
of San Francisco.
Miss Rico and Miss Mary Kiout
tho drawing-room nnd they wero -as- litfvev arrived from Kauai