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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 06, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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"Kalnalit," the residence of (lie
Jnm.es Castles, was thu fcoiio of u
lirilllnnt gathering on Thursdn) nftet
noon, nn "at home" being given by
Mrs. James Castle, nnil her sister. Mm.
Waller l Urlnckcrhoff. Tho guests
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rMf' anC y0U Qn y0Ur C0ar-are mP IDJ
.! w'-f1' as rags; wiien your mouth and throat TV
$ tf y are ie only dry spots on you and you tfoN
- ( A y are very very thirsty, there's just one (JBiV)
' y (C$T thine: to do mM
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fe$n t will freshen you up please your palate and quench BE
V8 your thirst as no other liquid will. JH
va Delicious Refreshing' Wholesome y
ilk Thirst-Quenching U,
w 1 ' GET THE genuine JK
k 5c Everywhere W
ray, J I) Tucker. I)r A. (1 Hodglns,
C. 0 I'artlil' Fred C Smith, II i:
Wi bstcr, Col Sam Johnson nnd 13 It
Until. Music In ltii lug with tho
Bplilt of the ncci'Ion was supplied b)
Krnost Knal s quintet club Noblo II
C. Drown nctlng as toastnnetor, iito-
tH)cil 'Our Onuit " wlilcli waB feci
weio urectnt at tho entrnnco of thu lmy rospon(Icil , ,,, Nl),)1(. j,arKR9
roso union b lr II r Mnrx. niu!( ,,,, who reIl ulll)ort , llIs hoiioI,h
j piunt'iiii'ii iu .tun, ill iiiLitlimm, ll
was UKKlstcjcl lii i.ctliii! b) Mrs. Al
lan White, ami Mrs. Krancls M. Swnn-
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
Exclusive Bottlers Phone 516
z, Mrs. Castlo belim too III to bo luce
elit, much to tho legrct of all After
ohnttliiK nnd ailmlrliiK tho beautiful
ilecoratlon1) the kuosIh Kiavllnted to
tho lawn, where thu tea table wan hot).
pltabl) prcHlilcil oer by Mrs. QeorKo
Potter ami Mru Arthur Iters. Miss
Anna Paris dispensed tho contents of
'the punch bowl with much Krnclous
hospitality. Tea tables scattered over
thu Inwn wcro much patronized nnd
ten, coffee, fresh sandwiches, cakes
nud Ices weie dUcusted while thu
sweet strains of Kaal's orchestra were
heal d to adiantaKu In the distance.
Tnll nses field nn artistic nrrniiKo
munt of white, llllos nnd ferns In thu
hall, whllo hi Kriuica roses shed thtlr
frnj'rancu In thu Baloon. l.a Tranco
roses also adorned the tea table Mrs
Urlnckcrhoff woru n white confection
and her diamond ornamcntH wcro ad
in I red, Mrs. Allan White and Mis.
Swnnzy nlso wcro In white. Mrs
Hwauz'a frock bclnt; outlined In bands
of white satin onibelllshcd with em
hrolder). Mrs. Allan White sang glor
iously nnd was Krontly applauded. A
number of onnn girls nsslbted at the
ten tables, nmong whom weru Misses
Atlco Hedcmnnn, Ueatrlcu Castle,
Margaret Castle, Hllliu White, II.
White, while Mrs. Charles Cooper nnd
Mrs. Marx weru most helpful. Among
thosu present wcro: Mrs Gcorgo Car
ter, Mis. Trederlc I.owro), Mrs. Achll
les, Miss Achilles, Mis. Seidell Kings
bury, Mrs. Illchnrd Iers, Mrs. M. M.
Scott, Miss Marlon Scott, MrB. C. He
jdeninnn, Mrs. Tcnny Pick, Mlsa Char
lotte Carter, MrB. Ooodale, Mrs. l'rank
Athorton, Mrs. McOruw, Miss Hard
nway, Miss Carnim Clowe, Mrs. Juincs
daK with tho ketnest pkustiru nnd
Depressed the hope that his lot some
tlnio In tho future, limy onto more be
cast with his friends In fair Hawaii
The "I'athtrs of Aloha Temple
brought forth from nst Poteiitnta C
II. Wood reinlnlscinces eloquent of
thu good work done b thu first officers
of tho local Shrine In part lie said
In October of 1S03 three brothers from
Honolulu fongathered In San Fran
Cisco. They h.ul long wished to Join
tho ranks of the ralthful, so they took
council with one another and decldid
to muko a pllgrlunge across the hot
snmls of tho ilcfccrt to tho sacred city
of Mecca The pilgrim igu wns ac
complished nmlu the protection of an
escort from Islam Touplo of San
Krnnclsco These three brethren
weru thu Into Noblo Andrew Drawn
nftirwaiil Illustilous Putuitati of Alo
In Temple, Noble John (1 Hothwell
who did such fine, self-sacrificing work
for a number of jours as Aloha's (list
Itccoriler, and Noble C. 1) Wood In
duo lime the pilgrims returned to Ho
uolulii and nfler meeting other Noble"
of tho Mstlc Shrlnu wlUi n lew to
establishing a temple of tho order In
the ncwlj iieated Ttrrltor) of Hawaii
Tho flrbt meeting of Aloln Temple
was held Apill 2, J900, with tho fo!
lowing Nobles present: D Orlgg
Holt, Sahara Teniplo, J (T Hothwell
Island; II. II Williams Islam; I. T
Orant, l'jrainld r 1 nmrg (.ulit
J. G. Pratt Knreln Till ulted I
nnlln; W X ' ' I.uicUi i:
I, Htnery Kocn i i Vwtou I' i
estliie; C. I. LiIb i orMn, J II
Coinstock, Mecn, C II "ool Islmi I
thirteen Nobles represent In ; nine dl
ferrnt Temples The second meeting
was held April S, lonu at which tlmr
the nnmo Aloha w is i lopted nud Pi
" - ,7,, ,,, ,, lino nan
jiiiiii, flirs i.iura mpi, .uib. i;-'J.-c. n Wood was elected Illustrious IV.
Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs. Uobert Low- u,mal0 nn(, J 0 0IWC .,!ccollK,
erB, Mrs. Perkins. Mrs. J.O. Oilman, 0 MarcI, u ,00, A)om Tcmpc ttaB
Mrs. Charles Wight. Mrs. hmor, Mrs. llllltltll,e(1 lm,icr .tlsp.nsatlon by Im
HnwcB, Jr.. Mrs. Gorrlt Wilder, Mrs. n, ,,otclUatc ,.01I WnBOr Tll(?
3. 0. Wilder Mrs. Gardner Wilder, lwonBlhcM , ,ItBTWi an pni,
Mrs. James Wilder. Mrs Sidney Hal- , folwUnK omcc ,vuo lngtaC(,
lou, Mrs. A. M. Drown. Mrs by ,.,,, iotelUalo wuibor: C II
Ilrown, Miss Drown, MrB .1 Wo0(,( ,llustr,olla iotentn,e. I.08 T
S. Wnlker, Mrs. Mary Wlddiflold. Hrant( chcf Unblntl. P j AmttcR
Mrs. Dinlnerd Smith. Mrs. Itees, Mrs., ABBl)lnnt ,,,,. W- J onlbrallh
lay, .Mrs. ocnae.er, , ,,, priC8t and Pron let: Amlmw
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PRINTERS m PELIET
Again, tho vrlntors will disport
themselves on tho green at DaBcball
Park, when the umpire calls play
hall tomoriow. and thu game Is on.
Tho llullctlns will take a test for thu
llrBt time sluio tho games started.
Tho otliei four tiMins will ho seen
out, tossing the pellet around. The
Mercuutlles and the Advertisers will
play tho llrst niateh, nnd tho Stars
and tho Paiadiso will play tho next.
Tho newspapermen are plajlng
hotter babcball theso dds, nnd It is
cxpecteif that the first gumo of the
afternoon, In piitleular, will bo
good. Doth of thuliums which will
tiko part In It h.Uo shown great
form mid have been working sonic
for tho Hist pi leo of honor In thu
Mrs. on Hainni, Mrs. m Holt. Miss
11. Itutli Young, Mrs. Aichlu Young,
Mn Alexander I.lmlsiy, Miss Young,
Miss Violet Damon, Mrs. C. M. Cooke,
Miss Allco Cooke, Mrs. Hlchuid Cs:ko,
Mrs. Kriiest Wnterhouse, Mrs Cllo
I)alcs, Mrs. George DaWcB, Miss
Tolle, Mrs Albert Jiulil, Misses Hart
well, Mrs. Wells Peterson, Mrs. J. P.
Cooke, Mrs. Clarcnco Cooke, Mrs.
Griffiths. Mrs. Knlinnn, Mrs Dilling
ham nnd many others.
Mrs. Gunn's Party
Next Siturday night, June 13th. n
Children's Fancy Party wilt ho glon
at tho Moinn Hotel under tho direc
tion of Mrs. Mary Gunn. Nearl)
one hundred graceful llttlo dnncers
will trip ocr the floor In pretty fig
ures nnd fancy dances, nnd oor n
dozen specialties nro scheduled.
The Ilnllct of Hoses Is n prettj bc-
rlcs of Dols.ntean poses by veiy small
children, and Is onu of tho most
retelling of tho special features. An
other will be the Minuet, which will
Drown, Oriental Guide; II. II. Wil
liams. Treasurer; John G. Hothwell,
Horonler. At this meeting forty um
Ices wire balloted upon nnd nil elect
oil. Todnv tho memberfchlp Is 101 nud
Aloha Templo Is known and honored
from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. Dr.
M. D. Grossman responded to "Aloha
Templo"; J. D Tucker to "Tho Itela
tlon of Masonr) to Chrlncdom"; Frank
i: Thompson to "What Constitutes n
Good Shrlncr"; Col. Sam Johnson
(taking tho place of It. W. Ureckons,
absent) to tho "Arnb Patrol"; C. G
IlockiiB to ' Tho Officers "
Maui Social Event
Wnllukii, Maul, Juno 5. Miss Louise
It Hart gio ii cry pleasant enter
tainment nml pedio party last Wod
ncsday evening at tho homo of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Hart, In
honor of thu ltdt to Maul of her
cousin, Miss Hilda Itobcrtbon, stcnog
rapUei of tho Public Lands Depart
ment, who Is spending n week on Maul
ill guest of Mr. nud Mrs. Ferdinand
bo danced by twent-four children ,, Rt tllcr boac)l !,; nco nt Kn.
In tqtonlnl costume. liulut. Among those present to meet
me uaiico wine uee-r mu n. u.-- the giictt of honor wero. Mr nnd Mrs
light tho audience, nnd s ns good
as It Is old, Is tho Majpole. In this
dance the children will nlso ho In
lostuine, and the effect will bo very
Tho Center chlldicn will glo n
song-aud-dnnco specialty that Is cry
fetching. Their dainty dancing nnd
sweet singing nro Hiiro to make n hit
with tho miil!on"e. Master Vernon
Augustine Knur. Mr. and Mrs G. D
Scluaedcr. Captain W. II I'aiker, the
Mlseos Nanc) Mollle and Ktta Cum
mlngs Miss Knima Daniels, Mr. nnd
Mrs N Ccdrrloff, Mnjor Gustuo
Itoso, asses hor Mips Mcnnlo Hansen,
Miss I.cllnnl Wi ight and Messrs. J
11. I.ovo Kdwiu Hart C. II G. Dnuiii
Geo nnd Dan Weight and others
Tanks wcro lahl In tho dining hull for
y.A.G. JME IN!
The big dame of the D. H. A. C.
commeuioiatlng the third annhcr
sury of theii foiniatlou, Ii to bo hold
nt tho Young Hotel this ocning
FIo hundred people lire expected ,0
bo present, and tho affair should ho
one of gie.it moment In the social iih
wull ns the spoiling life at tho city.
Tho baud will bu piemnt. Tho nf-
fall is hUlitl) Invitational,
Tcnnoy nnd Master Solomon Murphy peilro t-ets nnd nil tho joung people
nro down for solos, nnd may be ox- indulge I In that hipp pnstlmo after
peeled to i.nr off theli parts well, wlilcli leo cream and cikea wuio
After 10 o'clock there will be gen- rcned, and thin one ocil and In
ciul diinelng, with music by thu in- stiunientil music In i 'c '-i mi
elieslra. of tho joung folk t ik i i ml i n
Tho tlel ts fin the entertainment, part Ihe guest nl In u ; unit
"l'rlilo and Projudleo," on Juno l'Jtli
at lllsliop Hall will bo ipillu social
event MIh Mar) l; llruce ib croal
lug tho cist moil ticeeptabl). She will
nlso he teen In i pln )Klen b) tin
KUolltll'.l rt l.eufiiu
Sir J' A Kliimp eutui tallied Piofei
'oi nud 'li Kwli t dinner Uibt Snt
iu ilny uvenlng Those. Invited to nico
llio girat bacteriologist wero Judge
nud Mrs. Kingsbury nud tho German
Consul, Mr. Pfoleiihauer.
midnight for lrahuliu i"d ik 'iiei
likewise dlspeuid fnr'Hi"'- lie u i i
tho E.inio time1.
which nre $1 , tire being sold by too
children, and nni) ulso bo obtained
nt Chambois Diug Store, II. F. Wlch-
man & Co , and Denson, Smith & Co
Banquet to Mr. Holt 'MlS!l Stacev, a r tini on New,
nf..,.. ..... ....... til.. .-I 1... Tliniml,! I. ... ..!... I.. .!. .ll.
II lingllH riDll, I'UBl IIIUMIIUIIS I Itiutlhlll, IP lllil.u III UIU V.II
tont.ito or Aloha Temple, A. A. O N h) tho Manchuria and arrangements
M. H, was tendon (1 a hnunuct last liavo been mndo for her to glvo ni
night nt tho Aloxnndei Young Hotel frco lectuio In the Kllohimn Art
by tho officers of thu locnl Shrlno. Cov Lciguu looms on Tuesdi) aftenioon
ers weio laid for eighteen, 'llio dec Miss Since) comes highly recoinmen
(nations ami arrangements for the ded, Honolulu people living In WiibIi
illnner woru under the personal supor Ington having attended hci lectin es1,
vision of Maniger Hcrtschc, who, bo horc, and they speak In the highest,
lug himself a Shrlncr, natural!) chos.ii terms of her explanation of this very i
tho color of tho feeling of tho hot Into e'tlng lino of Rftd
M i"1 mi- . dim
'll oil lii udii li i ting dun.,) mil
Wi 'i I' KVi-nliisf, l wliiuli feu ii i
'! Ills fill lids WHO hid li u I be tub
was n mass of maldQUlmlr ferns, most
cool and Inviting tci look upon, the
work of Mrs Schutuan's artistic fing
ers. There wuro mail) witty speeches
sands of the desert and nndo ted the,
prev Tiling tint Tho fqllowlng Is thu'
lost of ruvoleis present: K C Ilrown
Illuotrlous Potentate; I). Griggs Holt
"ast Potent ito, Dr M. F. (liussmnn
Past Potentato, I)r (' II Wood. P.iBt
Potenlalo" Dr r D Cooper. PiiBt Po
tentato; M. Phillips, Past otentuto; C
0, Dockus, F, U. Thompson, C F, Mm-
and toastB for Mr, Davis Is a favorite
with tils bar associates. Ills response)
to Judgo Cooper's speech was a par
ticularly happy one. Tho guests In
cluded JmK'o S D. Dole, Judgo Llnd-'
sav, ludgo Dc Dolt, Judgo Ballon,
Judgo Itoblnpon, Judgo Cooper, nnd
Messrs Godfrc) Drown, David Daytoti,
Frank Thompson, W. Henry, Chariot
Chlllliigwonh, I: Long, J. P. Cooke,
D. P, It. Iscnbcrg, G. Schumnn, K. I.
Spalding, W A. Kinney, W. Farrlng
ton, A N, Campbell, Uobert Hair, T.
Lucas, A. M. Drown, Mnrston Camp
bell, J D Tucker, Kopkn, Hcrtsche,
Dr F. It tlumphrlp, Dr Charles Coop
er, Col Jones
Among the pleasant events of tho
wovk wns th (in glv u In honor of
Mrs Arthur Wood Ii) Mrs Henry
Wnterhouso on Thursd ly afternoon
Deceiving with Mrs Wnterhouso nnd
Mrs Wood wero Mrs A Fuller, Mil
A. Gartlc) und Mrs. W. llabhltt
Among the guests wero seen Mrs. Sid
nev r Ii utiles Judd Mri C
Ilcdiniuni .s Watcrhousi', Sr , Mm.
Perkins Mrs McGrcw, Mrs Harda
way, Mrs Jordan, Mrs C. Ath rton,
Mrs J O Oilman. Mrs Albert tudd,
MIpb Nma Sturgeon, Mrs Howard
Hitchcock. Mrs C Wight. Mrs Home,
Miss Wnlker Mrs. Laura Wight. Miss
Helen Alexander, Misses Klcanor,
Mmgnrct nnd .Marlon Wnterhouse,
Miss Carter, Mrs James Kenned),
Mrs. Uobert Prntt. Mrs L L McCand
leis, Mrs. von Holt, Mrs J S Pratt,
Mrs. W Hopper, .Mrs. Wells Peterson,
Mr und Mrs Suanzj's biidge even
ing on Friday Included Dr. and Mrs.
Lnnghorn, Mr. and Mrs Fay, Pa)inas
tcr and Mrs Drooko, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Wadhains, Mr. nnd Mrs A M Ilrown,
Dr and Mrs Drlnckerhoff, Miss Mnr
giri't Castlo, Miss Dcntrlce Castle
Miss Marlon Scott, Mr -Itlctia I
Wright. Mr Chilton Mr Walter "
llngham and Mr "Jack" Atkinson
first prlzo was a dainty lirldgt
and flowers wcro given at
Th . in i ii i ini, i
from tin.' d.ricniin lii Mtti .
Im tin snmuiir neui i
'tli is in i MHkcH ivathnriue
in I ln.Mid who arrlvod on i
from tbc Hoia school of H
MIps Julli ttf Atlionon fron
the f!M Tolle Hid Pnrrlu ti
MIMa Biitfcti- or Miss tolei 1
md mail; li is
Captain and Mn licet en r
it dinner on Thursday nigh i
private dining room of tho Pl i
The guests included Major and
Dunning Judge nnd Mrs c
Kingsbury, Mr. and Mrs C. W ParltB,
Miss Froar, sister of Mrs. Porks, nnu
Mr. Knnnril Dultenberg Mr Parks
Is thu engineer In charge of Po.in
Among thu arrivals In the Slbcrlt
were: .Mr W O Smith, MIb Smith,
Col HawoB, Miss Juliet .Athorton,
Drueo C'.utw right, Jr. ltlthnrd Wright,
Mis. Julli A Mncfarlanc, Miss L Sai
gent, Mrs. V. Klnmp and Infant, Mrj.
Allco M. Schultz), Mr. nnd Mrs P. L.
Home, Mr. nud Mrs C. II Olson. Mluj
J. Pen In, MIsb S. Towlo, two bcho 1
girl friends of Miss Vlolut Damon.
Mr. nnd Mrs, James Cockburn aro
quite enjoilng their vacation nt
llannmi. They havo been doing
tome successful sharking, nnd will
probably remain for a week longer.
Dress parade at Fort Shatter on
Sunday morning lb n very interesting
ceremony nnd it is hoped eventually It
will resolve Itselr Into a morning fete,
llio hour Is 9 n m.
Cocl.tnlls nro no forger Borvcd nt
largo ion i t Iniieis In tho KaBt. For
thu Informal affair It la still proper
to offer this jppitUlns form of re
freshment Captain Carter's dinner on Thurs
day nt tho Naval Stitloii Include 1 Mr.
and Mis F. M Sn.inz Dr and Mia.
Wndhnms, Captain Ilunphre)s.
Mr and Mis Clrnrgn Davles give a
charming dinner at "Tho Dlnglo" last
mining L'.-Ugo occupied tho guests
throughout the evening ,
Miss Sargent Is tho guort of Mrs.
Macfarlauo owing to the fllness of tho
PrlneiPi, who Is confined in her room
with fever nud cold.
Tlere will pmbably Ik. .i , rl ilo
lirno nt tho Youn hotel on Wednes
day evnlng given by Rovernl of thu
vii" Aifm llerlierVs heibh t
milch In iter PUe won Oblu ibis w
to spend tho day nt tho Moaim U
Itev and Mrj. 'Slnipsoa ont rv.ui i
nn Tui'Hdu) ill dinner -for pom
tho vIbIUur clergy nnd their v. . i
Mips In iu- li'cJwon and a i i'v i
irlciuis tiiti-nd to winko a tour f ii
Orient In the tummcr
Mru llmvard iUtSUJeOclt In i
out foi a ten e;t) yppjjny nt hei hi
miih i ittsme-uce.
1 is it
Ittd lilt X i,l-,.rn 111 tin i.K 111. pi i
Mis Auuur on Frlda) afterno
,Vr lonk' ViiuJtions w is a
lug paaitiscr in tho Slbf.i
Mrs. Long, tho mother of Mrs
Ilouth, Is very 111,
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