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"tti ,i, ".tr EVENING IlULl.ETtN. HONOMJUJ, T. II., SATUItDAY, FNlV'Sb',' ibdfl'."
A hit go lint illsli filled with Doctor Harvey Murray nml Mr. 12. M.
-purple, wliltc, niul yellow vantage. Ur. Murray nml Mr. K. M.
uttrnttcil much intention In the draw., ... 11,l,1,i,i , ,iln ,irnn -,Pin
Onu of tlio features uf the
Death of Miss Smith
Miss Klsle Smith, who died F'hlov.
was tho fourth il.iiiKhtvr of M. 1 Ion-
ly Smith, clerk or tlio Jutlltlurv. i-e- """" -- .. n ,, miinncr, Tho Bllc9t
Ii.r almiit SI yenn, of ago. She -.v,, a teruoou was tho exquisite hIiikIiib . c.cfully Placed chain,
i. giadualo of tho Honolulu III.!, ". nckoll, who; was In perfect darkened. The
voce, no gnosis inciuiicti airs. ; , . .. , , ,
i, ,,, Aii,tn. m,. w,.,i . openlnc number was the farce acted
::.;,: I'm Mnl'l(y M. 8iU nn.l Mr. Fors
llUlllD tuifl, u iihnti"'ii i'liD! Mv.vym i . . . i I ..I 4 r t I ..
. I 1 HI I II' II MM INI Mlllllll'll IIINI lllll. Ill I B.
Siott, wo nil know, can act, and Mr.
i Forstor we have suspected of being
School mid had been In the employ of
tho Attorney (lenernrs Department a.i
iitonngiapher alioitt four years. 1'ro
lous to that she was u clerk of the
Promotion Comiifltteo at the time Vl.
13. Mi lloyd wan Its secretary. Her
fullllmcut of the iltitlci In both places)
have hecn pronounced ctllclcnt by
those employing her, nnd, according
to l'rof. M. M. Scott, who no doubt
'had n great deal to do with securing
her positions, alio was u bright anil
feminist scholar In her class. She
leaves a wide clrclo of loving friends
and nniualntanccs. Her classmates
will attend tho funeral to bo held
this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the
icbldcnen of her herein cd parents, on
lV.rt street, Just nbovo Vineyard
Kticet. Mr. tind Mis. Henry Smith
Imvo tho sympathy of a largo clrclo
of friends and relatives who mourn
tho loss of one of Honolulu's bright
est daughters In her untimely death,
ll'terment In tho N'uuniiu Valley
Tho marriage of Miss I.ehln lloyd
to Mr. T. T. Miles took place this
neon at tho Catholic Cathedral, Hor.
Father Stephen officiating. Miss
lli)d Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
It. X. lloyd nnd' has a large clrclo of
fi lends among tho young people. Mr,
Miles has been connected with tho
Navy and recently camo to tho III
amis fioni Snu Frunclbc.
Mrs. S. M. Damon's buffet lunch
con, wlilrli sho gavo for thlity-two
of her friends on Thursday was a
Mry cnjoynblo affair well carried out
in every detail. There were several
tables, each decorated with different
flowers. Including carnations, I.a
Franco roses, marguerites, violets,
and tho sweets and Ices were In thn
s.inio colors as tho flowers, the cloth
also being embroidered to corro-
and Mrs. Ktcbahn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tcn-
ney l'eck, Mfs. Lock, Mr. and Mrs.
von Holt, Miss llultcn, Mr. and Mrs.
0. Wlcldc), nnd many others.
Everybody knows (lint Mrs. Ed
ward Tcnncy has perfect taste In
Mr. and Mm. Frederick M Near. Mr
and Mis William II. Tujlor Mr uud
Mrs. Walter 3. Martin. Mr and Mrs
Woithlngton Ames, Miss llai i let
Alexander, Miss Anita Manila' d
Miss Louisiana 'Poater, Ml Helm
ll.il.cr. MIkh Sydney D.ivls. Ml Mi
(Iccunitlng, but on Mondn night at J rle Juwuliii, Miss Florcnrc llietl.
the Pol supper glcn by Mr. Tenney Piiililcr. Miss (lei I rude Italian! Mix
lorn, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Forster, Mrs,
Custner. Mrs, Kails, Mrs. Moses, Mrs,
I'rcar, Mrs. Dillingham, Mrs. Kings- ' , , . , . TV.
bury, Mrs. Delos Cooke, Mrs. UelW'"llo to also and on Wednesday night
..... ,. .... ,.. he proved himself u finished unit vcr-
Mr Mnnknlt Mra l.nurn "" !""'"
,J t. mil m' nr. e'"e nctor
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.11 It'll.!.. Mn, A ..1.1. V..., Ml.. " muui.-iii Kl licit. .
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Ii,.i,l.. la nrlw.n.tit, T Ittnt Mm "' o,v, ,,o. ... .... ., u.oun.
.., n 'c...,.,'. ... .,.'.. ,.i., '"Egyptian Woman," Mrs. Chnrlcs
a great acquisition to
Mrs. Fuller, .Mrs. Mott-Smlth. Mrs.
Charles Weight, Miss l.tlllo l'atv,
Miss llcllew, Mrs. A. l .ludd, Mrs.
Next week will bo unusually gay.
for l.cut Mill put a stop to tho social
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oerrlt Wilder gavo n
tea for forty on Tuesday In honor of
Mi. nnd Mis. Unff, the father and
mother of Mrs. I.nnghornn. The
guests Included Mr., and Mrs. Coxe
or Philadelphia, Mrs. Sago of San
I'ninclsto, Dr. and Mrs. Jas. Judd,
Dr. nnd Mrs. Langhorne, Mr. nnd
Mrs. (Jcorgo Davics, Mrs, Illrney, Miss
Illrnoy. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. 0. Wilder,
Mr. and Mrs. lllchnrd Ivors, Mr, nnd
Mrs. A. M. Drown, Mrs. Ivors, Major
and Mrs. Long, Mrs. Wadhums, Mrs.
Atkins, Mr. and MrB. Charles Wilder,
Miss Hnrdaway, Miss Jessie Kauf
man, Miss Marlon Scott, dipt. Ilcca,
V 3. N; Mctit. Wrlghtson, Mr. Un
derwood. Mrs. Swnnzy helped every
body to corfec. Mrs. Wright poured
tea and Mrs. Erdmaii presided at the
llrltlsh Consul and Mrs. llalpli
I'orster entertained their friends on
Wednesday evening by "Tableaux VI
vnnts" and a short skit entitled, "A
l'nlr of, Lunatics." Tho Btage wns
well built and tho details, which
Klco. 4 "Midsummer Nights
Dream," Misses (Iras nnd Wadman.
fi "Cleopatra" and "Antony," Mis.
James Cockburn, Mr. David Ander
son; Slave, Mrs. Adams. C Olhsoli
picture, "The Triplets," tho Misses
Wndmnn, Mrs. C. Eorstor, nnd Mr.
I'crey CIcghorn. 7 "Tortla," Mrs.
Edward M, Watson, 8 "Wireless
Telegraphy," Mrs. II. yalbrldgc, Mrs.
.lames Cockburn, Mr. l'crcy Cleghorn.
9 "A Dachclor's Dream," Mr. David
Anderson nnd Mrs. Ilernico Wnl-
bridge, Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mis.
Italph Korstcr, Mrs. E. M, Watson,
tho Misses Wadmnn. 10 "Crushed
Sleeves," Mrs, Charles Poster, Miss
Daisy Oras, Mr. Percy Cleghorn,
11 "Tho Heavenly Twins," Mrs,
Clifford Kimball, Mrs. Italph Fora-
tcr. Vi "Shylock," Mr. W. I'nrke.
Supper wim served about eleven, and
the unique nnd cnjoynblo cntcrtnln
inent was much commented upon.
Among those present were Major nnd
Mm, Dunning, Vlco Consul nnd Mrs.
George Dnvles, Mrs. Illrney, Miss
Illrney, Dr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Water
house, Mr. nnd Mrs. Swnnzy, Mr. and
Mrs. Blackmail, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M.
Watson, Dr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Slur
ray, Mrs. Vt'nlbrldge, tho Misses
Parke, Mr. Parke, JDr, and Mrs. Lang
hcrnc, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gaff, Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. O. Wilder, llev. Mr. Wadmnn
nml Mrs, 'Wadmnn, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jnmes Cockburn, Mrs, King, Govern
nnd herself for Mr nnd Mrs, Qaff she
quite surpassed herself, and the ar
tlitlc arrangement of red bougnln
vlllea was much admired. A largo
calabash tirnanieutcd tho tnb'lo Vnil
tho branches dropped in a graceful
manner nnd extended over the cloth
fiom this polished container. The
rcutn wns one mass of red bougnln.
vllten, nnd the chandeliers were fes
tooned with the branches, which aro
nlways so decorative Music and con
versation amused the guests nftcr
diniicr. They Included Mr. nnd Mrs.
S. 0. Wilder, Mr ami Mrs. Robert
Atkinson, Mr, and Mrs. IVed. Mac
r.irlanc, Mr, nnd Mrs l'axon lllshop,
Mr. 'nnd Mrs. (lelrlt Wilder? Doctor
uud Mrs. Lnnehorue.
Paymaster flreyr. who Is spoken of,
Is very well known here.
The news of the engagement of Miss
Helen Wllsp and Paymaster Walter
A. Oreer, United States Navy, has
hecn confirmed, says the Call, though
formal announcement ultl not ho made
till Saturday nt'a handsomely appoint
ed luncheon which she wilt give at her
homo on Washington street Miss Wil
son made here debut last season and is
one of the most nttracthu girls In so
ciety. She Is the daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs, John Scott Wilson, a niece of Mr.
Mountford S. Wilson, Dr Prank P.
Wilson, nnd the late Itussell J. Wilson,
and a cousin uf Mrs George Catlw.il
ador nnd Mrs. Orvllle C. Pratt. Ik
bides possessing beaiilt of an tiimsmil
typo, she Is brilliantly equipped men
tnlly and Is a musician of moro thai)
ordinary talent. Her fiance Is ono of
tho jiopular men of the Navy, who has
hosts of friends In San Francisco who
aro showering congratulations utou
him on his good fortune In winning so
winsome u bride. He Is at present do
ing shoru duty at 'Verba llnena. The
wedding will be n brilliant event of
Tho second song recital given by
pupils of Mr. Hugo Ilerzer will take
plnce on Saturday evening, February
20th at tlio Castle Memorial hall. The)
will bo assisted by Mrs Ernest Itoss.
violinist, nnd Mrs. Frank Atherton nml
Mrs. Potwlne, accompanists, it Is Invitational.
1. I Know a Hank Parker
Miss Kalpu Senna.
2. Where'er You Walk Hiuulel
Mr. Henry Clark.
3. linocatlon D'Hnrdelot
Miss Irmgard Schaefer,
Violin, obllgnlo. .Mrs. E. Itoss.
1. Thy Reaming Eyes ...MncDowcll
At Parting lingers
Louise Itojd, Misses Jolllffc Miss
Jennie Crocker, Miss Helen Mean,
Miss (lenevievu King, Mist Kutiln.t
Page llrown, Hairy Slmpklns, Wll
bet fin cu Williams, Aimer Newhull
John (layle AuileiMin, ltamond
Vi'jiiHhy. Lloyd llalilwin, Arlltui
Cheesebrough, Horace Clifton. Tem-
plcton Crocker, Dunuo Hopkins. John'
Gullols, Clare Payne, Edwartl Gleeti-I
way, Pinter Itoblnton. Paul l-'ostet i
Paige Montengle, James Languorim.
Norman I. her more, Mr and Mrs,
Wllhtrd Drown, Mr nnd Mrs, Orvillo
Pinlt, Mr. ami Mrs Thomas Ditsroll,
Mr. and Mrs Lawrcnco Irving Scott,
Mr. nml Mrs. lttchard Ulrvln, Mr ,
nnd Mis. Hniry Stetson, Mr nml Mis '
Eugrnu Murphy, Mr anil Mrs, Alt
giiKtus -Taylor, Mr. and Mis. Horace'
M. PilNiury, Mr. nnd Mrs. Latham i
McMiilltu. Mr. and Mrs .lames 1'ollls,
Mrs. Philip Van Homo Lausdale. i
Mis i llertlia Eldretlge Suilt.li, Miss,
Jennie lllair. Misses Ncwhall, Miss
Julia Lnnghortic, AHss Mary Kceney,
Miss Jeanne Gnllols, Misses Calhoun,
Miss Cl.illo Nlcholi, Miss Florence
Hopkins, Misses NewlinlP, Miss Low
ell Miown, Misses ColTIn, Mlsi Lucy
Colenutn, Miss Leslie Pago, MIsh Dol
ly Cushlng, Athul Mcllenri, Harry
Scott, Presiott Scott, Mil Val Moore.
Will Page, Eyre tJ'lttclmrd, Frank
Piestou, Ileglnald .Fcr'nald, Fcrdl
mintl Therlott, ltudolph Schilling.
Hiidolf lleithenii, Knox Mnddox,
William lliinalilson, lleiverly Tucker,
Thornwell Mullally, Hoger llocquo
I nz.-Samuel Ilamllttm, John Kittle,
IM Tohln, lthhnid M. Tobln, Cyril
Ti'lilu, Sidney Ford, Ilcrnnrd Ford,
lliiskett Derby, Sidney Prlnglc, Sam
Hopkins, .liimes Jenkins, Frank
Jones, Frank King, John Cushlng,
Dr. ItiiKKcll, Frank Kennedy, Halstoii
This evening at Charles It. lllshop
Hall the Piinahou Dramatic Club will
present Richard Harding D.ils' "Miss
Chillzntlou" ami "Tho Itomanccrs," b
finpufto iii lift
l&oVtK . jg!l ilVJjBJ For Infants and Childron.
: m iiftwMnfl
jniean mi nivch In an affair of that;or Cleghorn, Mrs. Wadhains, Mrs. At-
liind, wcio carried out perfectly, kins, Judgo and Mrs. Kingsbury, Mr,
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Capt. Lucas . .
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Mrs. E. Hoss.
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7. L'Olselet Chopin
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Miss Constancu Itestartck.
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Mr. Christian Jenkins.
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Mrs. Hiiko Herzer.
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Mr. Henry Clark.
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Word was recelvcil In tho Inst mall
i)'. the marrliiKe of Mrs. Edward Sttil
bci, so well known here, to Mr. Iluuh
It. Hood of Seattle, WashliiRton.
They met In Paris some time ago and
were married by tho Itev. Dr. do Hols
at the English Church in Portland,
Oregon. Mr. Hood's sister was pres
ent at the ceremony nnd Mr. nnd Mrs,
Hood will icsldo In Seattle for .the
present, having a fine apartment In
tho now fireproof Whltn building.
Mr. Hood Is very well known nnd
liked by a largo contingent of friends
both In America and Europe. Mrs.
Hood Is noted for her philanthropy,
auA Is n brilliant nnd clever woman.
Hor palaco In Denver Is ono of tho
show-places, being filled with curios
fiom all over tho world.
Tho Wllllnm G. Irwin -homo In
Washington street was tho sccno of
one of the brilliant parties of tho
season last evening, when over 100
fiueuts enjoyed a brldgo party and a
dance says the, Call of Feb. G, Tho
entire lower floor of tho homo was
given to tho brldgo enthusiasts. The
brnutlful white and gold ballroom
was effectively decorated with tho
jellow (lowers of spring, nnd th
same color scheme wns used in the
reception room, hall and library,
where tho tables woro arranged for
cards. Mr. nnd Mrs.- Irwin wero as
sisted in entertaining their guests by
their daughter, Miss Hclene Irwin
Tho party last evtmlng was the most
elaborate entertainment given In tho
attractive homo since tlio return of
the family from Eutope n few months
Among the guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. William S, Tovls, Mr
nnd Mrs. 1'iederlck Sharon, Mr. anil
Mrs. Joseph I). Orant, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Mount
ford Wilson, Mr, and MrB. Fruncis
Cm ohm, Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge A
Pope, Mr. niul Mrs. Eugono Lent, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Athearn Folgor, Mr. and
Mrs. George Aimer Nowhall, Mr. and
Mrs, Wakefield Il.iker, Mr. and Mrs.
William Mayo Ncwhall, Mr. and Mrs
Ihildwln Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Itathhouc, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Coop
er, Mr. mid Mis. Andrew Welch Jr.,
Policemen, ltatlroad Men.
Till: HOMANCEH3. I
Sllvette Gemma Wadmnn
l'ercliift 4 IteMiiild Metlri'W
Uergamln James (llbb
l'asquluut Guy HothwoU
StraforOl ltexford Hitchcock
lllalsu Howell lloml
Snordsmon, Musicians nnd Witnesses
1'iepnratlons for tho Floral Parade
arc well under wny and everything
goes to spell success There aro many
motor-cms that aro to ho exipdsltcly
decorated, and many suprlscs can he
expected, for t-eerets hayo liven kept,
uml not until Monday moinlug does
any ono know whut the decorative
scheme will be, as only 'tho color's have
been given out. Tho island princesses
always attract attention and they have
been carefully chosen, both as. to (heir
ability to i Ide, as well as (iranclng
steeds. They are: Miss Etna Hose
Hawaii; .Miss Ilamin Ciimmlngs, Maul;
Mrs. Chris, Holt, Oahu; Mrs. Illack
well. Moloknl; Miss Gibson, I.aual;
Miss Sister Holt, Kahoolauo; Miss
Ernm Wodehotisc, Nllluui. Mrs. Wal
ter Freur, wife of tho Governor of Ha
waii, will present tho prizes nt Kaplo
lanl I'ark, and tho Judges that hne
been appointed are well competent to
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and tried, and never found wanting.
li tho best family medlclno that over
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pure blood Is tho source of good health.
An now made, Aycr's Sarsa
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There aro many Imitation Sarsaparillas
Be sure you got "Ayor's."
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been appointed are well competent In
xzxzxxzxz and are !
Automobiles Mr. J. S Urenr, Van
couver; Mrs. J. II. Ilryan, llochcster.
X. Yl ; and Mrs J. W. Smith, Fargo,
X. I). ,
Carriages Mr. J. II. Ilryan, Hoch.
eiter, X. Y.; Mrs. J. S. Ilrcnr, Van
couver; and Mrs. V. '. Ferguson, New
Yi.rk City. I
Floats Mr. J. W. Smttli, Fargo, X.
I).; Mrs. It. I,. Morse, Seattle; ami
Mis. (leorge W. Kinney, Chicago. I
lllejelcs, I'lri! Dcpiirtiucnt, Klc.
Mr. 11. I.. .Morse, Seattle; Mrs. II. St.
(ionr, San Francisco; and Miss tleor
glmi Joiner, Chicago.
l'a-u Hlders Mrs. J. M. Dowsett.l
Jlrs. 12, 1 J.ow, uud Mr. Harry ou
The Mmdl Oras hall at the Alexand
er Young will attract everybody and
Mimu of tho costumes promised aro to
be both hiimlhomo nml uulipie. One
dollar will bo charged for any ono
entering the ballroom, whether us a
spectator or participant, nml It Is op
tloiial whether masipied or In fancy i
dress, or iwwdered hair and evening
dress, and all cm go In simple oeu 1
lug dress. Tho loof garden will be
thronged with young fun makers, nnd i
those in tho street will participate In i
tho fun. (Ircut things can be expected
Irom the decorations, In the chiirgu of
Mrs. A. 1'. Taylor (chairman). Mrs,
Alice Hastings, Mrs. (leorge Itobertson, I
Mrs. Kgbert Unhurt s, Mrs. Frank '
Knox, Mrs. Fred Chinch, Mrs. (loo.
Herbert. Miss Irene Ilojil, the Misses i
Itobertson. Mrs. Elizabeth Church, sol
competent ami ambitious, Is working
hunt for the success of tho ball, far
fliers ut the bead ofvu committee that
has that particular part In hand. Xn
prizes nre to lie given and everybody
will be pel milled to Join in thu danc
ing, whether masipied or not. Kir a
Jolly good tlino and Innocent fun, go
to tlio Alexander Young hotel pavilion,
pho our dollar and Join In tho revels.
Tho money Is to be given tho Klin
liana Art League to entirely litpildate
the debt which Iiiib been hanging over
tho heads of tho members for mi long.
Tickets nro for Balo by tho patron
esses, at tlio lUHerent hotels and at tho What spot ix these Islands can ex.
, .,, . . r '"""' ceea uie creat waunea nains m
march will beghi nt On clock. beauty( climalc nnd divenity of !cen.
lery? City folk in want of rest and
Miss Harriet Hatch was tho hostess (recreation will learn with pleasure
of a dinner In Washington on l-Vluii 'that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
aJL ,J,,,..t!lu 'V"' l"cll",l"B M Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
N black, Miss Swift of Chicago, Miss I j, now j the hands of Mr. H. Akona
w'T1' ."", y!,",U!rKr"f' s" ' the well-known Chef.
m"'" VnL. "VZ """'H- rne premise, may be rented fur-
......., . .,o. ., ..,-,11. onvti, , t ,1 1IJ
son, Commander I.utz, I.leut Hodges.
I.lout. Powell. American Ileanty roses '
wero liked nnd Miss Hatch mo a
rare pink satin, trimmed with tar-
Itilshed copper lore. i
Mrs. Ashley II, Hoheilson and sou,
Harry U.i lilxloy. are both at tlio 'nt the automobiles, buggies and car
Queen's Hospital, til with bad cases j panes we have recently overhauled
of Inlluenzii. They are Improving o.nj painted
and hope to bo at tlio Miuna next . .
week. Mis. ltobeitsnn hns boon ' iahU bt, US.
gleatly missed for the past two'
weeks, and her speedy recovery Is ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Iledenmnn sail in
the Mongolia for n t-lx weeks' tilp to
Japan. .Mrs. Caroline Jenness, and Mr,
and Mrs. OskooiI iiIsii sail at that tlmu.
Amoirg thosoilepartiug in thu Kn-
lea weie Mr. and M,rs. (Iilub.ium, who i
will tour Kuiopo in tho near future,
icturnlug to Honolulu eventually.
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA. HAWAII.
P. 0. Address, Kawailme.
W, W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
TOUniNO CAR, $1185.
ISCH0MAN CARRIAGE CO,, LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
...i. .ttniitn linn iter iiiiiiguier..Mrs. i manic books or all Mirts,
Wadhnun, are to spend next week at I etc., maiiiifnctured by thu
Hnlelwa Hotel. l'uhllshlng Compatiy.
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