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T A 1
AST SATURDAY afternoon was Francis Mi Swanzy., Mre. Rocs, a
a perfect Walklki day, and the handsome and charming woman,
bathing party and tea glen wore a confection of white luce and
by Mrs. F. !!. Humphrls at- mseitlon, completed by a black Hat
JL4 tracted nearly seenty-nvo
guests to the popular Moana
Hotel. Little tables on the lanal,
shaded by the many trees and adorn
ed with jcllow and white daisies,
looked very attrnethe. A large ta
ble under the famous hau tree, sur
rounded by a circular seat, attracted
many, for a most delicious punch,
brewed by Doctor Humphrls was
senod. A surfing party qulto en
jo)ed the large waes which were
usually tremendous, even for Wnl
fclkl. The tea was given In honor of
Mrs Southcrland and the Misses Har
riet and Mary Southerland. Everj
body was charmed with the gucsts-of-honor,
and they are In loo al
ready with our free Island life. Cap
tain Rodman, their cousin, had told
them much of Honolulu, and that
they were not disappointed Is most
Rees Garden Party
One of the most delightful of occa
sions was the garden party given by
Captain and Mrs, Rees yesterday at
The Pleasanton Hotel in honor of Ad
mlral Sperry and the officers of the
Fleet. The flag-draped lanal was an
Ideal Spot to receive the hundreds of
guests who were constantly coming
and going throughout jhe afternoon.
with plumes, which was cry becom
lng. On the. lanal were superb roses
und lilies, tall vases of greens being
effective. After greeting tho host
nnd hostess, tho guests went on to
tho spacious gardens, where Captain
Uergor's famous Rojal Hawaiian
Band was established.' Madam Ala
pai and several Hawallans sang
sweet songs Kant's orchestra was
also under the shadow of a spreading
hau tree and the nr!ous refresh
ments offered were presided ocr by
Mrs. Andrew Fuller, who dispensed
delicious cups of coffee. Mre. Cllvo
Davlcs, who poured tea; Navy punch,
Mis. Corrlt Wilder and Mrs. Ralph
Forstcr; fruit punch, Mrs. Dunning
and Mrs. Augustus Knudscn; cafo
mousse, Miss Cordelia Walker and
Mis. Ernest Mott-Smlth; bhcrbet,
Miss Irmgnrd Schaefcr.
Among those who assisted In pre
senting the guests Informally in tho
garden were Mrs. Hermann Focke,
Mrs. W. Ilabbltt, Mrs. Charles Coop
er, Mrs. Alonzo Hartley, Mrs. Harri
son, and the ladles of tho Navy.
Tennis was in full swing and many
an energetic gtmo went on. Tho
Iarpe swimming pool also came In
for a large sharo of attention, theio
being a liberal supply of bathing
clothes. The grounds were bathed
in shadows throughout tho afternoon,
tho appointed hour of withdrawal Instances mnslstcd of whole tiees, net Ralloii, Mis lliovvn. Mis Knud
Capt.iln and Mis. Hies Joined their abl.ue with coloicd lights Theio ten. Doctor Slukes, ami .Ml. Jatk
guests In tho garden, whole eer)- were Ihc tables, all bcautliull) dei- Atkinson. Marguerites ond feiim
bod had massed, and tliey were per- orated, and the tables wen diupeil In formed tho centerpiece,
feet host and hostess. There wnb a .paper of purple and gold, the (ollcgo
feeling of informality In the air, duo lolors Neither time mom-), oi tasto "Kainnlu," tho palatial lesldonco
to tho numerous presentations of tho had been sp.iicd In mnko tho affair ' James Castle, Esq, was tlu tenn
officers, who did not linger on the tho pctfict micecss it was, and Mrs. of a beautiful dinner on Tuesday
oulsklits, but came foiward, as veil, Ronton Is neer so lupp) as when oviulng In honor ot Mis. Southci
and began chatting. Admlrul Spcr- eoiU-llmtlng to the good times of her 'and and the Missel Southcrland.
r), n most distinguished-looking man. family and' Mends K.inl's notmlar Mrs Castle Is still too 111 to leturn
feemed charmed with Honolulu, and orchettra fu'nishcd the'lnsplrlng mu- to Honolulu, and Is at her country
his officers all spoke most cnthuslas- sic ' place, ' The Dunes." at I.ale. Mre.
-.-iuum mm iro, uees wero assistcu tlio Bun only peeping between tho
In receding by Mrs Sanford llallard Itrecs. It was ery cool and inviting
Dole, Mrs. George Carter, and Mrs. and tho guests llugered long after
THE WHITE SQUADRON
(Hv AuTiirn iToumiom )
Full gloiioiw 'ne.ith tho banner of tlio fico,
uw-jails our cuth-eiicircliiig m-uikIioii o'er
llu!a'.t J'liuifie, wlieio giwit fleets Usfoic
Huo ploughed, .uid fought, and Mink! yc, sails the sea
That Timohafi imide the strange, futiility
Of nicfi and nations ! Here the hollow roar
Of sullen strife still pounds tin cwry shore,
And wings leiiieinhiniico of tho jears that lio
EvniiMiing. 0 mad, intensiito war,
Wo ulI.'hio now our hustling shins of peace,
That in their strength shall teach men from afar
Sailing decp-se.iwurd for red war's surcease.
Blind Goddess! 'tis tho hour mankind should know
Those quart els nro Lest that end without tho blow!
Mrs Aithur II own, M Kleb liu
Vi I S. Wnll'ir. Mi-s lopfir. &li
Kimball Mi's. Fopki- also mvo a mol
ui0)ub!o pol unpper on Wttdnowtay
Miss Uoatrtce Castln gavo a dinner
on Wcdnesd i) evening in honor of
her In other, Mr. Alfred Castlu, an
his nance, Miss Uthsllnda Dchaoter.
mirrl wo of Miss Pile Nlroll nnd Rob
it Usyes Smith Isit wi k. Mli Col
burn who cnti rtnlin, frequent!) in her
haudsoino homo across tho ba, Is
cftoti n visitor bore, Mpeelally in whi
ter, when she In popular at ftll tho
huge dinners and dances. I.nst win
ter alio was tlo house BUst of M
J. do Tiartli Shnrb for the entire tun
son, jind she I nnjnlltuato frU-nd of
Tho company wore stated at UjreotMIa Ethol flhorb. ti&tmlv ..
tables on tho lanal and the decomtionsliied daughter of Uio family. "
wore in yellow. Miss Cactlo la
tidily of their reception here.
Among those present weio:
ernor Frcar, Secrotar) Mott-Smlth, toss of
Captain Clrant, U. S. N Lieut. Wurtu da) last
uiugh of Admiral Spcrry's staff, many
ot tho ofllcers of tho Fleet, Major
Dunning, U. S. A.; Captain nnd Mrs
Wndhams, tho German Consul and
Mrs. I'fotcnhaucr, tho llritish Consul
Mr. Forstcr, tho Swedish Consul Mr.
Roillek, tho Portuguese Consul Mr.
Canawirro, tho Chlncso Consul, Dr.
and Mrs McCallum, Meut. nnd Mis.
Randolph, Judge and Miss Hnrtwcll,
Judge and Mrs. Wilder, Judge Ilal
lou, Judgo and Mis. Lindsay, Colonol
Flshci, Col. and Mrs. Jones. Mr. nnd
Mrs Marston Campbell, Dr, and Mis.
Waterhousc, Mrs. II. H. Cooper, Dr.
and Mrs. Humphrls, Mi. and Mrs. C.
M. Cooke, Miss Cooke, Mr. and Mis.
Richard Cooke, tho Italian Consul and
Mrs. Schaefcr, Misses Schacfer, Mra.
Montague Cooke, Prof, and Mre.
Scott, Miss Mai Ion Scott, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Richard hers, Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
M. Ilrown, Mrs J. S. Walker, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Hall, Judgo and Mrs.
Kingsbury, Mr. and Mrs. h. Tenney
Peck, Mr. P.itchln, Mr. Ilabbltt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Gaines, Miss InuKca,
Mrs. W. H. Rice, Mib. Gcorgo Fair
child, Miss Allco Macfarlane, Misses
Mactarlano, Miss Spnldlirg, MUs
Wight, Misses Young, .Mis , von
Hamm, Mrs. Rerg, A. I,. C. Atltln
ton. t: ::
Mrs C. Wilght's bridge tea on Wed
ncsduy was attended among otlars by
Mrs. Charles Cooier, Miss, lien Tay.
lor, Mrs. Helen Nooinn Mrs Kit
balin, Miss Maigaiet Walker, Miss
I.ucy Ward Mrs J. S. Wulk'er Mre
Ionian Mrs Mary (Sunn Mrs M
Phillip-! Mrs I.nnz Mrs Androw Ful
ler, Mrs. Hollowny, Mis. Arthur
ill own A palm and u plaquo wcro
the prizes, won b) Mrs. Noonan anil
Mrs. A. Ilrown
W Augustus Illnzo, on tho signal
corps of tho U S. S. Kansas, a nep
hew of Mre. J. W. Wrenn, who Is of
Kahulul, Is cry populur In tho clt)
of Honolulu on account of tho man
iclatUcs ho has In tho Islands.
On Thursday cuiilne Di and Mis
James Judd gaio a delightful dinner
In honor of Mr. Turn McGrcw at which
many of his old friends wero bidden.
The Henton fctipper-dnnco at Kwa
on Saturday eenlng Inst was one ot
Gov.! Mis Heimann J'ocko'was tho hos-' '' l',l'lls "ro l,"lB Mends of tho
prcltv luncheon on Satur-
f ii honor of Mre Clifford
Wood, who has just returned fioiu
nbioul Tho coloi-schemo was
iiinine, will tan led out in lolet und
nstcrs '1 lie pluce-taids, dnlnt) lilts,
were pilnted bv ,tho hostess. Mrs.
Fotko has nulten talent for paint
ing nnd her wnior-colore arc ery ar
tistic 'I ho gtusts Included Mrs S.
M Dimon, Mis Andrew Ftillei, Mrs
M Phillip i. Mrn. Mary Wlildelleld.
Miss FilKnei Tho guosts plnjed
bildgc tliiougliotit tho nfteinoon.
Dr Stokti of tho Relief g.no a
Joll) little luncheon on Sunday nt
which wetc present setcr.il promi
nent mcilkos Among thein weio
Dr llumphils, Dr. Wntcrhouso, Dr.
Sinclair, Dr Hodglns, and Major nnd
Mrs Wodtliou'be, Miss Knthorluo
Ftanle), Mr Ilawcs, and Captain Cni
ter, V s N Tho Relief Ik ii moilnl
hospital ship, (Ittcd with eei)
Known runimiencu foi the ill and
wouinkil It iiulto resemhlert a Moil
ing hotel on sanitary lines
Allan White was hiutejs The South charming hostess and n great favorite
with all Iilx fi lends
Dr Stokes, of tho Hospital ship Re
lluf, lias been kept very busy this Work
meeting old rrliuifl Ho hn beu
oci whelmed with inltutlous. Indeed
most of thi ofUcers weie socinlly very
busy but tliofo who hao beon horo
beforo nat in ally are In great demand
Tho Call In speaking of one of Ho
nolulu soclet) ladle,, says: "Tho
other plctuiu Is of MIbb Mayo Col-
burn, one of San Rafnel s prominent
Longs, so well Known lu Washington
and iolatles or Mis. James Castle.
Among tho guests who nirhed this
wick oio ugUtend. Rites, Kauai;
Uoliliibons, Kauai, Gays, Kauai; Wll
oes, Kauai, Sanbums, Kauai; Hoi
nc s, Hawaii; Moire, Hawaii; Watts,
Hawaii, Hinds, Hawaii, Rontons, Ha
waii; Woltets, Hawaii; Mkons, Maul;
(la)fc. Kauai Com mils, MoluK.il, llru
.le.H, lla;.ill; and others
Halolwa hns been a faoi!to place I women
, r ft
Judge nd Mra TJallou have conch n
cfl to itlvo tbolr diiueo at the iel
douce In Judd street on WednosUay
evening. Thei did t'lluh nt fli it of
postponing It as io tnsuy thing! are
gtilm on, hut ull thvlr frtand hi kg
theme to uio It, Th.o wilt bo n
cotillion at wbleh pretty favora -yjll
bo presented. If ono Is going by rnr
the Llllhi Bt-CPt IIC4 fill tsko one
Keu tho imdoi taking est b' ih-im-nis.
have "Wolaaiui) to the 1'lf m"
om moil doors What further p uot
who was bridesmaid at tho of hopku'lty ertuij one Willi?
ti niotci to tlluso nanl imumlli'lir
nights, and nmu) Imvo taken advon-jPBafaBari-lla8BPalirJiaiWf
tuso of thoni On Tuesdiy Mr and
Mis Funk Atheiton motored theio
with a pirt) of friends nnd weio soiv
nl a delicious dlnnei Tho spin homo I
In the moonlight was entrancing.
.Miss Caimon Clowe, who has been
the guest of tho Hideiiianns foi sov-pi-I
mouths, expects to itturu to hei
homo lu Woodl.iwn, Cnllfoinln, In Au
Ml. Ailgllslus Kllildtuii. of K.nml
U III llln llnl..! 1,1 . .- . ...
unlay oenlng In honor of Mrs. y n'u).
Poutlieiland and tho Misses Harriet! Ono of tho delightful centB of the
and Mar) Southcrland. Among tho vrrk was a ten given b) vMlss Robert
guests weie Mr. and Mis. II FocKe. han In lumo. or hor 8lblCr, Miss Grace
Doctor nnd Mis. Langhorne, Captain Robertson
Miihuii, unit ouicors from tho YnnK-i
iuii. noiuen siiowois licaiitlfiillyilec-i Mr. and Mrs
Wnl di on
nmi.i i.. .11 n . I , ,. i """ "- iiiinun wun recent-
Rees ,rn m. I"' , " !''" ? 't'1 l,Ul,t n ""e n0" ll-nl'B "IlWana
e, Zl ?' y ..r"t9 "n' ""a ,,,Uk' ColU,KO I". insert In to It
the) enleitnln evoeeitlntrlv uiitl n.i .. .1
the) cnteitnln exceedingly well
Major and MrB. Wodehouso cntei-
tallied on Monday nt dlnnei In honor'
.All Tarn Mcdrow entoi tallied nt
' A foi In ltmniH itf lt .....I fu. f
or Airs MacKinnon, lio miuln (.n'i...i.i . a i...
- - -- uuuu jki niiini iv a
fi lends during her
Mi mid Miu. r.Miit-ii imii1.1 i,i
Among others who cntei tallied her the HHonlan nnd nio domiciled at thu
wore tho Alexander Youngs, who had Young
II llllicluoii in tier honoi on Similar x j. j.
. - n n
nun btmilay uonlng Dr. and Mrs.
llumphils gn0 a dinner for Mis.
Ails MacKinnon donnricd In
Captain MeVe) of the Yankton gave
a chaimlug dliiuci on Monday nlgbt
In honor of Judgo and Mis. Aithur
Wilder, Mi. nnd Mis. J. S. Wnlltor.
th0Liid Mib Mm y Glum. Iho tablo was
Aiamiila and sho held an impromptu ,, tutm .f.coiatcd uud tho dainty scr-
I ITHtll Inil nti tifin,l t.t ,1,,-,, m 1 . , . ...... "
lereptlon nn boaiil. fur dozens of hor
f 1 loads tn iled to wish her "bon vo)
nge" nnd In bedeck her with Ids.
Sho can led n betiutlful boiin.uct of
roses and was constnntl) ghlng hor
i.onuon address to tho numoiotis ml
lco of tho ship tulded Io tho artistic
effect The YnnKton, by tho wa), vos
onre Lll) Lnnsto's yacht "Wntltu
I..11I) " .
A'rs J W. Wienn of Knlnilnl lum
the ga)cst affairs of tho season, A awo) so boon
special car took tho Jolly party of!
oung people to tholr destination, I The dinner which Doctor and Mra.
and tho largo hall whero tho dancing U-anghorno gavo at The Pleasanton
was hold looked really falr)llke with 'on Monday ovcnlng was attended by
Its signal Hags, bunting, and artlatl-1 Cnptnln and Mrs. Rees, Mi. and Mis.
cnlly placed gieens, which, in bonioJl,'uuc!s Swanzy, Judgo and Mis, Sid-
How dow it lidu nnd bu.ii'
Up fioiu our sunny sliore,
W.tshei! liy lough feeas; ,
Fii'o ft tun ull branching euro,
Wining with grace po fair,
J'nnucil by the brcezo!
, lionebing ltigli oor itlj
iSlntuly nnd nliiu mil (nUrst , ,
Coeonuut palm! . , v
J?c-tiinjj its liiuilcn, tpit' , ' 1
All tho bright 0tiBonilIiirfin:)t.--
' 1'ntiont 11111I enliiij
Ami wlilm our bends hix wiijfc;
Then, stnudmg young nrni Jlilglit,
A louo tlio nen;
Flinging tho bliiekeiactl bpuuli, ' '
As fur iih oe cm 1 1 looeb,,
itiees our lietl .,
Deut patient, po:coful TKiluiti
Tjiou nit n chccil'iil psfilui ,
Of pi.iine to iriuij '
'L'liroiigb all tho night und dny,
Thou siugost on thy wsiy
Thy Tiopiu Hymn!
...i . . ... "
......-. who grcnuy legret jier going taken looms nt the Hawaiian hotel In
iinltir to inout lici nepliew, Mr W A jfl
uiiizu, who is ono or tno bO)S on tuo'JJ
u. n n ivuiihis
Uy 15. S. GOODHUE,
Mis II Foeko g.ivo a luncheon 'on
Monday in honoi of Mm. Harold Jtleo
of Kauai. Among those present voio
Ik w va w wisKwawMw ww w4 gi in c j tansi ta w ss(t ?