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SOCIAL CHATTER ise: HOME TALK .
1-I.ADY h.is concluded to Falrchlld, tlio Ham Slacfarlano.
Fujfl haw a little test utter nil,
a ?S "''s sllmluc'r ul"l this weuk
I a S li.ih been comparatively qui-'
i "i ci Itn tlio eodus of tlio
M'houlboMi and srhoolglrls
the w.unger vet must keep compara
tively cilin, anil the mail whirl
hMi went on eo strenuously for
Weeks. Iiiih subsided Into tlio usual
cjuletuue of n Honolulu summer.
There aie, of course, lunches, din
ners, nnil tens, hut they nro of a iwmi
informal inline, shirtwaists and lin
en skirts being do legal. Of course,
the annual hull given by the. llald-
V- wins to cfUlirnte harvest time, whicn
ccrnircd on Wednesday esonlng nt
the Puunone sugar mill, August 11!,
' took a large contingent to Maul, not
. only for that, but to the tennis mid
tlfllri CflmPI tf, V fmtMnir ,.f t, (,lrrl,f
,-... c,'v". " M .111,1,111 u, (. ,3. lb
on llalcaUulu to witness tlio sunrise.
Among thosb who participated In the
week's gay doing nt Maul wcte
Jlldgo and Mis llallou, ll.ltlsh Con
rul nnd Mrs. I'orstci, Mr and Mrs.
Harry Slnriarlatie, Mr. and Mrs.
Kalrchllil. I)r. and Mis Langhorne,
Sirs. S. 0. Wilder, Miss Sargent, Miss
Alico Mnrfurlano, Miss Sehultze, Mr.
(lerrlt Wilder, Mr. James Wilder. Mr.
Itobert Shlnglo. Cnptnln Humphrey,
U. S. A.; Mr. Will ltoth, Mr. nnd Mrs.
George Davlcs, Mrs. Mellaril Ivors,
, Ono of tlio merry affairs of the
,weck was tlio Ilohomlnn supper uud
ilanco given nt a plctuieiquo Httlo
bungalow nt Kullhl last evening,
which was enjoyed by n party of II f-
leen. The party loft town nt llvo
o'clock, the ilrUu tlnough the plctur
osquo puss at sunset hour being ono
of the most cnjoyablo features of the
trip. After n swim In tlio pool, an
claboiato picnic supper was served tu
'tho dining-room nnd later an infor
mal dance enjoyed, and scionado
pongs wcro bung nut on tlio little
draw brldgo that overhangs tlio tum
bling Knllhl stream.
Mrs. I-'. 0. Ilium of Pasadena and
Mrs. llrown of Wntkikl innlrontzed
tha party, which Included Mrs. J.elgli-
"ft ton Gibson, Sir. and Mrs. Olson, Miss
llrown, Miss 111am, Miss Tower, Mis'
Serena Illand. Dr. Hand, Jack War
ren, Will Warren, Mr. lliinn, Mr.
Whitney George Warren.
Outing at Hrlciwa
', Walalua Is nlwnys a delightful
plnco to spend the hot days, nnd on
Sunday tho popular Httlo Halelwa
Hotel wns filled to overflowing. Dr.
nnd Mrs. Wnlter llilnckcrhoft nro
fpendlng n few weeks there, Mrs.
jUriiickerhoft r ' being very well.
Tho Deerlnrcs ' Humphtls linil n
ml many others made the hotel
I light nnd uttrnctlic. Tho golf
combe is an Interesting ono nnd
many went in for tho gamo last Sun
Mr. EoscnthaVs Quests
I.Ir l.ouls Kot.'.i. i il. who Balled In
tho Manchuria Ijr his homo 111 San
Francis o. rue a beautiful dinner
on Friday last I i the prlvato dlnlng-
100:11 of the Young Hotel. Tho
guests iont n ildlghtfiil evening on
(ho roor gnrden mid quite enjoyed
the delliloiH uli- and lovely surround
ings. Among t.-.cni were Mr. and
Mrs. Ailhiir lieig, Jlr. nnd Mrs. Alan
Hottomloy. .Mrs. Johnson (neo
(llbbs). Col. Ilnwes, Mr. Kdward Duc-(icnberg.
Mrs. Hatch in Lfaine
Mr. nnd Jlrs. r. M. Hatch nro
spending n pleasant summer at Small
I'olut. Miilnc, at 111 lle.tch Club
house. Miss Hni riot Hatch Is with
them nnd sho has become qulto nn
expert nngler. going out at early
morn to catch tho wary fish which
abound in that region co plentifully.
Gilchrist Hatch Is camping In tho
New York Adlrondacks.
A delightful moonlight swimming
party was enjoyed Thuisday evening
at tho Moan a, u merry lanal supper
following tho dip. Those In tho par
ty, which was matronlzed by Jlrs.
Flora Goodall Illand of Pasadena, In
rludfd Miss Illand, Miss Serena Illand
and Miss (Ir.uo Tower of Pasadena,
POPULAR COUPLE WILL WED NEXT WEEK
1 ?.T ft!.
, r'li,' W 9!Mk
inn largi' black and while buttons Mrs. llyde-Smltli, who will closo her
thing a dalut) touch. Her chapcatt house hero or turn It over to tho
'of soft straw was liluiiued with black jbildo and lenc town for u long visit
an ;i wiiiic liiiuuii, linn an arusiic ar-,witu net' )ounger u.iiigiiicr, u.
r mgeini'iit of blue tulle. It leafed llaiold Dillingham, In Ilonolitlti.
'ciiti'-llilily upon n pet feet roirfuro.'MIss llyde-Snilth's wedding will ho
' 'i ' ity ace. ..siifli'K accompanied this quieter than wan her sister's (which j
chick tcllctto. tliu bine hosiery pin 'took phuo In IVbitt.iry Just lioforoj
ouhlnvJ vlih riu'rSct-mu-notH and .Lent), for their grandmother, Mrs.
w it Willi white tie tl.ccu, u.ul .ihe H),ie, died a few hiontlls hgo nnd tho ,
oiue sutifl..nu- Willi a to.ich of black, j r.imlly Is In mourning. Mrs. Hyde-
,dr- Iloeilsfnlil Is n pretty blomlo, sinllh, who was as (ompanlonahlo ns
highly educateil 1ml eiy liiteiestlng. sMar Wt), 1)0tIl hcr .laughters, nnd i
Tho guests asked to meet her uio!whl) was niimlutely devoted to her I
diB Howard Hitchcock, Mia. F. U-1 mothor. has felt the changes of tho I
11 implirfK. MlueB l-owioy (tourists), 1)8t ycu. BCUM.ely nmi i,cl- Mends i
v. - Piedmont, Mrs. Wlggleworth of , ,. ,,i,,,, ,i ,, iB , ilv..
n complete cliaugo of we ne lor it
It Is said that lllshop Potter In de
fining tho difference between certain
persons and his own clan ealil, "They
ton. nnd Mrs. Hav.es, Jr. Jlrs,
i ward Illtcl.cnck favored tho guests
.h choice piano bolos.
'llss riorenro Gurrey was tho
i . mlng hottets of a bieakf.ist mid
cnnn iiiuli, nt li n IfKtiio llninl fill
....hl-.W .i. v..U.. ....... (Iio , tlm VMem,.
tuvday morning last In honor of hen) nt le
Mc .Hiiictle nnd lolet Atherlon. ()f , conrorcllto r i:1IC0InI
in- surf was very stiong nnd tho w ib ,,o of , wns vun.
.. cs big, mi the party enjoyed their, ,,,, , ,, unu ,, ,.
paniou nnd told many good rtoiies
when ho was In the mood. Ho oh
Icctcil erv forelblv to Cou Uruiihart
... .. . i- - --.
mo i-iiunuou -coiors. ,,..... ,.. 1II)0n . Eta0 ...,
Pit pie mid gold, playing nn Impor-, Icailccl wllll llt,r t(l cali ,ergolt ,j.
t..nt pait In tho decorative scheme. uny other mml tlan Ml8i Jamo3
P.i h fair guest was decorated with Ilonll .0itei-, pointing his rcmaiks
jellow ii nil purplo lets, nnd tho tlatn-, Wllli constUnt references to tho nacied
i place-cauls were pretty souvenirs. amo oC i0ttcr. Hut tho bcmitlfiil act
lb so picsent wore MIssps Alico Cno-i,Chl, Ba,l that tho natiio was ono of
huurs In thu surf n bieakfaht wns
'veil In tho lu.iuka iiiruer of the
pietllost girls. IJeiu
Cards aro out ns follows: Mr. and of lion '
Mrs. Kdward Irwin Spalding request ' Gat, it w
thu honor of your presence nt tho J cars m.i
marriage of their daughter IWltli to known. II
.miss neien urown, Miss llucnol Hell, Mr, Mnntiol Mordetal Garrett, United, lug, Is on, ..i im- "thrco graces," ns
I o , Cordelia Oilman, Doiolhy Wood,
1 aura Atheiton, Helen North, Dodlo
Ii illcntwtc. Muilel Howntt. Georzctto
'uMoncii nero lor uir.e jIo,t,0J nmi tll0 gucsis-of-honor.
well mid favorahh
bible, Miss Kdlth Spald- ,,,,. ,,., ,.,,., . , .
Mr. and Mrs. Oluin, Jack Wnricn, States Aimy, on Wednesday oveiiliig,
Georgo Wnrron, Dr. V.. H. Hnnd, Mr.
Whitney, Will Warren, Frank War
ren, Mr. Hiinu.
Bishop Potter's Death
rho Illshop was very well known
ilously 111 nt her country homo near
his bride tu Foil Ilonjamln Hnrrlbon,
August tho tweuty-slxth, ono thou
sand nlno hundred and eight nt hnlf
nrter eight o'clock, St. Audicw'ti Ca
Ihcilrnl, Honolulu, T, II.
Lieut. Garrett, of tho loth Infantry,
wns mi arrival this week and tho ob-
hero, having visited tho Islands nine iect of his visit' Is to tnko away ono ; Indianapolis, whoio ho .Is btatloued.
) ears ago. I ;
Conperetown. N. Y., July 21. Hen-1 iiotllled. . I not he able to nttend .tho Pnn-ligll-
ry Codninn Potter, boventh Protest-1 Death wns duo prlmailly In enibol- can ionfi linn-on Juno "I, plans wevo
ant Episcopal lilt-Imp of thu dloceso of Ism In Ihe right leg, following u long iiiiinedlaieh nuilo to bring tho bishop
New York, died tonight tu I'ernlclgh, attack of liver and stomach double, ' heio whin his condition would per
his siimmor homo hero, utter an 111- nnd the end had hctm foreseen for mil the Jmn iu .
noss of reveral weeks, aged 74 years, buvcral days by tho bishop's phyil-
file bishop was unconscious nil day clans, lllshop Potter Buffeted n to- Luncheon for Mrs. Bocdcfeld
Gilroy, nctordlng to advices lccelvcd
l hoy me mi often railed, for
C,ill,ll...r .rl.lu ...... ..It l.nnlllLa 'Pi...
'." " h'" ,,',"" "" --""" "" by friends hero. Always an enthusl-
Hmoymoun w 1 bo spent nt Slmina. c , f , ,f h ,
I ', n r . ',, r"v t1 h. ''"n.st serious Illness suffe.ed by M.s.
other bide or the Pall, Mr. It will being , , .
n iclutlve I lent. Oanctt will tnko'f cvonso" l,',.yoi,"s' ?"' '""f1 ,,lil,m
is evptetbeil by her friends In conso'
iiuence. Mis. Stevenson's condition
has been low for some days, but do
her chief assets nud not for anything
In thu world would elid resign It nn I
Its iiccnmp.i'ilinent of prestige. Ono
of tho Potter clan, who also brought
the family nanio Into rather utiiluo
prominence for n few years when ho
was bowing his wild oats, Is Abhton
Potter, who married Miss Mamlo Mr
Nutt, tho liunilsonio dnughtcr of Dr.
McNutt. Young Potter did splendid
Fervico during tho Spanish war, hut
his health was never good after his
oxpeilenco In tho Philippines. Call.
Miss Do Aguuro of New York is
spite constant medical attcudanco by spending tho summer nt the popular
Di. Clink of Gllioy and n ttnlned I Moanu llolol. Mr. and Mrs. II. E.
muse, Bho has failed tu Improve Mrs. ' llall and Miss Hall, who havo been
Stevenson's chlldien, Mis. Isobel .spending six weeks nt tho Moana,
Stiong nnd l.loyd Oshourne, mo with sailed In tho Manchmla and will ro
lier ut her bedside. It Is hoped tliuttuui lo their homo via the Yellow-
within u few days tho used widow of btouc Patk. Mr, nnd JIjs. I..
8:D3 eio lohtpso yesterday inoinliig nnd. A dalni)
luncheon was ghen on"110 noted author will lecovor sum- Schweitzer, who aro spending tho
summer heio, will depart for their
homo In September.
and tho end. which caino at
o'clock tonight, wns neaceful anil though oxygen was given, his decline Weilnesd u bv Mrs. finest Water-.' loll,I' l" ''o tukon to her homo In
quiet. , was gradual and he sank lulo uncon- house In honor of Mrs. Sherman Hoed- i Santa Il.tiabara, where sho may rest
(iiitheied nt tho hedsldii of the dy- sclousnoss cm ly today which lasted, ifcld, who linn laloly rutmnod finm """ 'lulctly.'
ing churchman wero Mrs. Potter, wife! until tho end. jtho Coast and Is tho guest of her)
of tho prelato: Mis. Mason C. Daldgc,! lllshop Potter'h Illness first becuino mother. Mrs. Kllen Weaver. 'Ihe I An Oclober bildo will bo MIsj
who came fiom California, and Miss publicly known eaily In tho 'sprlm;, color hcln me wan in blue, and blue fieitrude llydo-Smlth, whoso mar
Sarah Potter, his two daughters; i when announcement was inado tint popples uml maidenhair formed tho tbigo to Haldwln Wood will tnko
Alonzo I'otter, his son; Kdward H, no was tinablo to tnko part In tho, centerpiece, tho place cards being 'place Into In that month. This will
Clatk, Stephen 0. Clark and Mr. nnd Easier service, A diagnosis rluiwuil'jsutt-iblc vutks of art. Tho fair guost l' n'hoiibo wedding, llko her sister's,
Mrs. P. Clark. Mis. Chailes Hussoll that tho bishop was siifteiliig from ;i of luiiiui- wore n creation of lilun, mid when Mr. Wood nnd his brlilo to-
nnd Mrs. William Hydo. his othor two stomach and liver malady, and after mntle In ihe popular suipllco mode, tin ii from their honeymoon trip It
Among tho dlnnern of tho week
wns tho ono given by Doctor mid Mm.
F, II. Ilumplirls nt tho Country Club
on Tuesday evening. The view from
tho lnnnl wns simply Ideal, It being
full-moon, uud tho oxtouslvo lnnd
M'apo spread before one's vision Ilka
n picture. It is nlwaya cool there,
over hill nud dale, mid making the
Iannis and living-rooms delightfully
attractive. The gue3ts Included Doc
tor nnd Mrs. Krncst Wntorhotise, Mr.
li nd Mrs. C Hcdcmnnn, Mr. nnd Mis.
Gaines, Doctor Collins.
Mrs. Swlnbiirno has reservation
at the Moanu und will arrive later
In tho modlh. Her husband is In ,
command of tho Pacific Fleet to nr
rlvo heio the Hist week In Septem
ber. Among those who departed from
the Moana Hotel In tho Manchuria
weie Sirs. J. II. Coleman of San Fran
cisco and Sirs. A. F. Coleman of
Mis. SI. 11. Halt, son, nud daugh
ter of Oakland sail on the Manchuil.i,
duo the :;0th. Mrs. Unit has man
Interests In tho Islands.
Captain. Hartwcll gave u Jolly
luncheon nt tho Moana Hotel dining
tho stay of tho transport liuford to
four engineers on Friday.
Mrs. II. Fester of Antworp, llel
Clutn, left on tho Chlnn. Ho was de
lighted with tho Islands, and will lo
Mr. anil Mis. Illchartf Ivors and
Miss Marlon Scott sail for tho Coast
about August 13th. A trip to Ilant Is'
Sir. C, It. Woodhouso of Manches
ter balled in tho Manchuria after n
ery pleiiBaut outing ut tho Moana,
SHm Nancy It. Winston, who In In
the Oilent, will rcturu to tlio Sloana
Hotel In tho Asia, duo tho l!lb't.
Judgo nud Sirs. Stanley und family
nre spending n few weeks at the Coop
er residence on Tantalus.
Mr. und Slis. Georgo IllclinrdoOii
weio guests at tho Moanu Hotel dur
ing their stay In town.
Sir. Hubert Shingle, who him been
making his headquiiltcrj at the Mo
lina Hotel. Is leaving.
Sirs. Lillian Frost of Illvcrslilo.
Calif., will remain two months nt tho
Mr. nud Slis. Fred. Watciiiouso
have depaited to tho Volcano for a
Mr, I.owton-llrnln Is spending two
weeks on Slaul In thu Interest of his
sir. A. w, Morns of syduoy Is a
pleasant Sunday, and Sir nnd Sirs, daughter!., who mo abroad, have been It was given out In May that ho would the binds being of black and whlto will ho Jiut lu tlino to bay guodby to tho fresh winds of tho Pall sweeping cuest nt tho Moana Hotel
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