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EVKNINO nUI.I.KTIN. HONOLULU, T. II, HATIJIUUV.iOCjT, I. I!09.
, HAT there was something
new In. Honolulu If not "un
der the sun" was evinced by
the Naval Officers of the
First Bqundron of-lhc Paci
fic fleet In the manner of
their decoration and entertainment
for the Citizens of Honolulu on tho
evening of Tuesday, September tho
28th. This social function was so
beautiful, and on such a magnificent
scale, that no pen Is adequate to
describe It, and do Justice. ' In Its
conception It was unique' and artis
tic, reminding one of Btorles from
fairy-land. One of the greatest com
pliments Honolulu has received was
In this wonderful entertainment
which ,wlll live long In the memory
of those who viewed these splendors,
and shared In tho delights which
were meted to them Unstintedly ut
this ball: Mrs. Bobrco, wife of Admiral
8cbree, woro a shimmering silk of
an exquisite terra cotta shade, It
was one of the' newest' models, cut
with a Duich back, the bodice heavi
ly embroidered In gpld and the skirt
was heavily trimmed with 'fringe of
tho same color, Mrs. Corwln Rees,
wife of Captain Rees, commandant
of the Navy station wore white chif
fon over white satin, trimmed In old
lace, with diamond ornaments. Mrs.
Walter P. Frcar, wife of Governor
Frear wore a beautiful embroidered
white crepe;' an cxq'utslte Egyptian
scarf worn over tho shoulders .com
pleted tho costume Mrs. Irwin' wife
of Paymaster Irwin of the U. S. S.
West Virginia, frock was made of
white satin, fashioned In tho latest
mode, with trimmings of chiffon and,
real lace, tiny wreaths of lace were
appliqucd over this charming crea
tion, and produced a stunning ef
fect Mrs. William OlaBsford, wife
of Admiral Unrry's aide, wore a pink
satin empire gown, elegantly trim-
heirloom of the family; pearly orna
ments were worn In the hair and
on the corsage.' Mrs. Oerrlt Wilder
wore a rose spangled net over rose
liberty satin, with a pink aigrette
In her hair. Mrs. Helen Koonan
looked handsome In a cream lace .ap
pliqucd gown, 'Miss Agnes Walker
was beautifully: clad,- In blue,- the
gown was pcau do crepe, her hair
was becomingly arranged with blue
'bands of Velvet'. 'One 'of the most
stunning gowns was worn by Mrs.
Richard Ivers, this tolllette was one
of Davison's famous creations, which
was white net, spangled In fine sil
ver requlua, and embroidered In corn-
' flower blue chcmllio, and bordered
with silver" cloth. ''Mrs. Charles Bry
ant Cooper was stunning In a Pari
sian model of black crepe meteor;
trimmed In exquisite Persian em
broidery. Mrs. Georso Davis was
charming In bluo messallne satin.
Mrs. Ramsey, wife of Captain Ram-'
sey, U. S. M. C, wore a lavender
liberty satin, the corsage was cm
brlodered In shades of peacock blue,
Miss Ada Rhodes who has returned
recently from a European trip, was a
picture In a Parisian gown of heavy
silk crepe, with trimmings o"f lace,
Miss Heutrlcc (Castlo was much ad
mired In an apricot satin,' with ap
plique. Mrs. Tanner was regal In
black net, with bands yf black and
whlto lace, Mrs. Tauner Is noted for
her Ktinerh cnrrlacc. nni! wm the nni.i irimminni mi., aii nnnnnr cit l.cwern. Mr. and, Mrs. A. I.cwln,
admiration of many ejes, Tuesday looked stunning In a bluo sat- Jr.. Judge and Mrs. Lindsay, Mr. and
evening. Mrs. h. Tenncy Peck wore n, made empire with oriental bands Mrs. 1'. J. Lowroy, Mr. Sherwood
a French robo of cream lace over of blue, Mrs. William Campbell woro Lowrey, Mr. Alan I-owrey, Mr. Frcd-
ulnk liberty silk, nlnk bands In the 'n ownm urn In mlnou with tnnrhpn crick Lowrey, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley.
hair completed 'this effectlvo cos- of cherry velvet, Miss Ethol Monsar-i Livingston, Mr. and Mis. Wm. Loc,
tumo. Miss Violet Damon looked rat was beautiful In a white lingerie Mr- c- " Mcllrldc, Miss Uello Mc-
unusually well In her robe of sap- kown, Mrs. Gustav Edmund Schae-. Corrlston, Mr. Hob McCorrlston, Mr.
nhlre blue satin. Mrs. nrndley r- ir,i.,i ,,n.,..,niiir nrottv in ...rlJ Dan McCorrlston, Ocn. and Mrs. Mc-
Flske, wife of Captain Flske of the cot satin, with cloth of gold trlm-clellan- "Misses McClellan, Mr. nnd J
u. a. . Tennessee was mucn aumlr- mlngs. , Mrs. Ernest Ross. Woro n,""B ' rtu "" '"-'. " " '""
cd In her frock of baby blue satin, cream creation, which was Vcr)"Vn"cr Macfarlanc, Mr. and Mrs,
becoming. Mrs. E. W. Jordan was;""'' Mi.crariane. sir. ueorge mc
with corsage of silvery net. Mrs.
Henry Dutton of San Francisco,
looked superb In one of Dlecoll fam
ous models, Mrs. n. F. Dillingham
was handsome In whlto net, span
gled In black, over whlto satin. Mrs.
Wells, wife of Lt. Commander Wells
wore a beautiful creation of white
satin, Mrs. J. a. Field, wife of sur
geon Field, U. S. N., wore an empire
princess, of light blue messallne sat
in, with trimmings of cloth of gold,
her low colffuro with Its ornamen
tation of a spray of gold leaves was
most becoming, diamond ornaments
completed this beautiful toilette.
Mrs. Hatch looked unusually well
In a crushed strawberry dlrectolre
satin, (rimmed In gold embroidery.
Mrs. James Wllder's wisteria gown,
trimmed In old lace" was much ad
mired, Miss Flske, daughter of Cap
tain Flske of the U. S. S. Tennessee
wore a French robe of embroidered
net over pink silk, oriental pearl or-
nnmentu worn In the hair, completed
the costume, Mrs. Zelgemelr, wife of
Lt, Commander Zelgemelr of the U.
S. S. West Virginia, was clad In soft
clinging silk, with trimmings of
quantities of old lace. Miss Kelly,
who was one of the most beautiful
girls present, wore a forget-mo-not
blue peau do crepe, trimmed In old
Valenciennes, Mrs. Howe wife of En
sign Howe of tho U. S. S. Pennsylva
nia ware a dotted plna, with corsage
handsome In black net nnd chiffon;
Mrs. Hang of San Francisco wore a
scinl-prlnccss blue, dlrectolre satin
gown, trimmed In roso point lace,
and fringe, diamond ornaments were
worn with this fetching costume,
Clcllan, Mr. W. M.JMclncrny, Mr
Arthur Mackintosh. Miss Moshcr. Mr
nnd Mrs. Ernest Moti-Smltb, Dr. nnd ,
Mrs Mnrmv Mr nmt Mm flrnrpfl
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Potter, Mr, and Mrs. Mv F. Proiser,
MUs Helen Quarrels,' Miss Elizabeth
Mini llna Oralg's yellow meteor "'".'. . . "l. ... ' . R .
silk, with trimmings of gold laco " " ,rt,m "'""'.' f V.. ...
was greatly admired. Mrs. O. 8. M,.S8 'rn,Kar.a " Miss Lisa
Lincoln, wife of Lt. Commander Lin- c "'" A Ice Spalding. Miss
colir, una charming In an ivory E.,llcl S',al.' lnB- .Ml1 Nora 8lrBen.
,.,.,.. ,!. i.i.nn.. in i. i.-. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. 8wanzy, Minn
iivu vivwif atussii.M ail nwiu !- .
and pink chiffon roses. Mrs. Chester "ura ". " v-anvnrru,
... .. .. - . . - linn nntl Mrs tinn fntn M H '
Wells, wife of Lieut. Commander
Wells, gown of crystal bead netting
over white satin was greatly admir
ed, Mrn!Uchard Leigh wife of Lt.
Commander Leigh nor n beautiful
gown of embroidered black lace. Mrs.
T, Herbert Taylor, wife of Lieuten
ant Taylor wore a stunning gown of
canary colored sntln, with tilmmlngs
of lace and embroidered roses, Mrs.
James Dougherty was charming in
blue satin, Mrs. Campbell of San
linn nn.l Mrs. flrn. Cnrinr MIrh
llcatrlco Castle, Miss Dorothy Castle,
Mr. Hnrold Castle, Mr. and Mrs. U. '
P. Castlo, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Castlo, I
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Castle, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. It. Castle, Mr. W. L. Castle.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Damon, Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mi, nnd Mrs, C.
W. C. Dccrlng, Miss Violet Damon,
Miss Vera Damon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo.
F. Dales, MIhs Irene Dixon, Judge
and Mrs. 8. II. Dole, Mr. nnd Mrs.
med In bid Valenciennes lace, anj embroidered In gold, coiffure bands
or pink proved most becoming, and
completed the costume. Princess Ka;
lanlanaole waa magnificent In a black
net, embroidered In silver, oytr
black satin;, her Jewels, wore superb,
the necklace worn by her, was mini
ature orders of the Kalaka.ua dyn
asty, .set with precious stones. Miss.
Ruth Tauner was much admired In
her Entplre pink chiffon, trimmed In
duchesse lace. Another of Davison's
frocks deserving, special mention,
was worn by Miss Janet Gnult from
Maul; this pretty young girl, being
the center of much admiration and
attention, the gownwas made of lib
erty satin, covered with a tunic of
white net, embroidered In silver and
gold, with finishing of tassels and
fringe to match, Mrs. tfertrudo Wil
der who has recently returned from
New York, looked charming In black
net, Mrs. Sargent was clad In mauve
satin, this gown suiting her blondo
beauty to perfection. Mrs. A. N.
Campbell was resplendent In cream
satin, Miss Alice Spalding's gown pf
cream silk crepe, with bands of blue
was much admired, Mrs. Henry
Afong was one of the prettiest wo
men present, In a gown of black
Frnnrlrn wnrn nn .Want -n,n nf JnniCH Dole, Mr. Olid MlU. II. P. DM'
white sntln mcssnllno adorned with llnKha,n. Mr- nnl Mrs. Hniold Dll-
laco. Mrs. Van Rensselaer of Phlla- llnKhnm. M.r- "'' Mrs. Henry Dut-
dclphla wore a French model Rov.-n 'on' M8" Jrc"0 rj',cr- Mr and Mrs.
of grey satin with trimmings of cloth J '", leml" J5'r- "I"' "?' I.""'
ofgold. Among those present wctc: M;rYj '' $?"1 "u MrH;
Miss Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Albert ""J torwler. Miss, qras aovornor
Afong. Mr. and Mrs.. Henry' Afong. "" ,Mr"- ' ,c"r- n,'Mr8' W;'
Mr. David Anderson, Mis. Ethel An- "rlrtgton, Dr. nn, Mrs. PhllUp
gus, Mr. aqd Mrs. Fred AngusMr r?ear'. u'' M'fciu,,. Mr ,nnA"
and Mrs. Geo. Angus. Miss Jenn An- ' Z "'.Z V ""."i. "' ',
gus. Miss Myrn Angus, Mrs. Sara M,
Oilman, Miss Coidel Oilman, Mr. nnd
nn Cl. .. . ,'tL n.
Angus, Dr. Armltnge. Mr. Frank "'" """""?" "A""""1' "'" ,,,ar
Armstrong Mr nn,l ,Mr rhn. A.h. lotl? ,ln. Mr- nhl Carl Hcde-
erton, Mr.,nnd M,s. Frank Atherton. man' D,r' an'1 j, Gtc1.re "crbert;
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Atkinson. Dr.
and Mrs. Qeo. Augur, Mr. and Mrs.
W.. H. Babbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Cbas.
W. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Baldwin, Mr, and Mrs. II. P. Bald
win, Mr.- and Mrs. W. D. Baldwin,
Judge and Mrs. 8. M. Ballou, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. ,T.v Bottomley, Mr. Ben
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berg, Mr,
nnd Mrs. E. Faxon Bishop. Mr.' and" Jf' M,r' Krank, TmPJ0". Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Hockus, Mr, and Mrs. A.
Dr. and Mrs. C. II. High, Dr. and
Mrs. Hnbdy, Mr. ahd Mrs. George F.
Henshall, Miss Muriel Ilowatt, Miss
Bessie Hopper, Mrt"acorge Isenbcrg,
Mr. and Mrs. HI chard Ivers, Mr. Les
lie Scott,' Miss Marlon Scott, Mr. and
Mrs. Ranny Scott, Miss Mildred
Smith, Miss Kntherlne Stephens,!
Miss Blanche Super, Mr. Frank So- j
LOOK AT THE MAN! Yes,
Child, he has an Inverted Bottle
in his Hand. Is the man trying to
Swallow the Bottle? No, Little One,
he is endeavouring to Extract therefrom
the Last Drop. What is in the Bottle?
PRIMO BEER, Darling. Is it Good
to Drink? Fie, child, your Ignorance
ecr That's Jfrrewed
uii ine innoje
Clears the head and warms the cockles of the. heart .
and Mrs. L. M. Whltehousc, Miss An
nie McCrosson, Mr. II. P. Wlchmun,
Mr. Frederick Wlchmnn, Miss Har
riet Young, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tay
lor, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Campbell,
Lt. O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. E. Ten
ncj Peck, Mr. T. II. Pctrlo, Mr. nnd
Mrs. II, G. Illvcnbcrg, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Rodlvk, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ross,
Mr. Ernest Ross, Mr. II. Rycrott, Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Richardson, Mr. 0.
L. Sorenson, Mr. W. G. Smith, Mr.
H. II. Walker, Mr. S. A. Walker, Mr.
Alex. Walker, Miss C. Walker, Miss
Agnes Walker, Miss Maggie Walker,
Misses eCntcr, Mrs. Center, Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Crane, Mrs. Gcrtrudo Da
mon, Mr. Geo. Dennisan, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. D, Doughtery, Mr. and Mrs.
J, M. Dowsett, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Duls
enberg, Mr. and Mrs. Eckart, Mr. Ar
thur Ewnrt, Miss Fitzgerald, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Fnrwell, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Gus. Schncfer, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. lt.
Iscnborg, Hon.. Mrs. J. K. Knlnnlnnn
olv, Mr. Thuinas King, Mr. nnd Mrs.
E. J. Lord, MIks Sara Lucas, Mr. and
Mrs. .Chester Llvlngstpn, Dr. J. T.
McDonald, Dr. nnd Mrs. II. Mncknll,
Dr. nnd Mrs. W. T. iMonsarrnt, Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Morse, Mr. and Mrs.
It. D. Mend, Mi. nnd Norgnnrd, Mrs.
Helen Noonnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E.
Pnxtnn, Judge A. Vorr'. Mr. and
Mrs. E. N. Paris, Miss L. Ptty, Mr.
and Mis. It. II, 1 tooth, Mr. nnd Mrs.
R. W. Ilicckons, Mr. and Mrs. B C.
Drawn, Mrs. and Mrs. J. P. Brown,
Mr. Kenneth Brown, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. W. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Chllllngwortli, Mr. and Mra. C. F.
Clemmons, Mr. nnd Mrs. Weston,
Miss Ninn Crnlg, Miss IMnn Craig,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 11. Crnlg, Misses
Colto, Mr. John Colto, Mr. Robert
One of tho handsomest dinners '
the wool., was that given by Mr. anil
Mrs. Ueorge D.inIch nt their bench
home at Wnlklkl. The dinner wn
served on 'the Itnal by the sea, and
was decorated with Oriental lan
terns, and fcstn6ncd with malic
Crimson roses Adorned the table, the
plnco cards were decorated with roo
buds nnd tied with crimson ribbon.
Among those present, besides tho
host nml hostess vscrc the Hon. and
Mis. George Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry riutton'unil Mr. nnd Mrs. Har
Mrs. L. B, Works and Ming Hnll nt
Lou Angeles entertained nt dinner
Sunday evening In honor of Mr. nnd
(Mrs. Ilnrvey-Elder nnd Mr. Llod
ConMIng, Treasurer of the Territory,
tho table was decorated In green and
(Additional Social on Page 16.)
Mrs. C. vonn-Hnmm, Miss O. Wad'
iim,n m. n.i n... a t . ". Miss Mame Wadinan, Miss E
bell. Mr nn,i if M is' nn mJ. 'WaterhoUHe. Miss . M.- Watcrhouso,
Elizabeth Rhnrrl. Mr li M. A.n. Mr- nrtd. Mrs' E.'W. V
Elizabeth Church, Mr. E. N. Camnr
dcii Mr. Ilruce Cartwrlght, Mr.
nnd Mrt. Wllder.'Mrand Mrs. Chan.
Bruce Cartwrlght, Jr.. Mr. anil Mrs W,IOer'. ?!r' "nl A.r.8' Q' p: glider. I
Mnrston Campbell, Mr. Cushmnn ', V, ,,,...' ';. ,.,'
Carter, Mr. Bert Clark. Governor W'W, Mr. mes W dcr Mr. W.
Cleghorn. Mr. Percy Cleghorn, Mr. W, '"", ?.T Mr' R' WrlKht' MM
Harry Cobb. Mr. and James bock B"" 8h TJV' ,?''
burn. Mr. D. L. Conkllng. Mr. L. 8. aAnd '!"' C' "' Mr' ",ndM"'
nnnn Dr nn.i Mr. nh.. .n A. A. 'ioung, Mrs. Tauner, Miss Ruth
Mr, Alfred Cooper, Miss Alice Coop- TaU"cr' CuiV !. Rees. Pay
er. Judge and Mrs. Cooper; Mr. Ja- ?;asterr and MrB- """"',' Dr. nn.l
mleson, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. j. Styne. '","., L.ansh..rno' Ca,,t- "nd Mr8' C'
Mr. nnd Mrsi Albert JudH. Mr. nn.l ."' '""" "u "" o.imrreii, ma-
Mrs. Lawrence Judd, Mr, and Mrs.
Jor and Mrs. Dunning,
Mrs. WudhuniH' Lt,
James Judd. Mis. Jessie Kennodv. "" """". w. ;ieery. l.l.
lace, sorltachod in hlack hralil an- Ml.. Jpi.i Kn.,ffmn Mr n.i u.. "ougers, i.t. llowen, Lt. Chilton, Ma-
pllqucd In sllver'and gold laco, over Geo. Kluegcl, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford i?r ""'' . M"' wln8'' r Capt. and
whlto chiffon and messallne, MrB. J. Klmbnll. Mr. and Mrs. J'N Klo- '. u,,,ln,n' Lt.iOConnor, Lt.
Morton Rlggs woro. a light cherry bahn. Miss Ida Kopke. Miss Bertha ar''' M,r' '""' ,Mr- ", K; Thnyor.
silk. Mrs. Locke wore a black and Kopke. Miss Ocnevive Langton, Mr. 'lon' nn' , Mr"' ' cr"' M!B.S M ' I
white foulard over whlto satin, with and Mrs. Harry Lewis, Mr. and Rob- , fJ, Ml''' l:VI" 0raLC' Ml8'' M"'
Mary Gunn, Mr. Harvey Grant, Miss
Grant, Mr. J. Ht 'Hertsche, Mr. nnd
Mrs. C, II. Hcmcnway, Dr. and Mrs. !
Archor Irwin. Miss 'Iwnlanl Jaeger, '
Mr. C. P. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. W.
0. Irwin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank An
drade, Mr. and Mis'W. II. Balrd, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Ilakh, Mr. 'nnd Mrs.
F. F. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs: II. A.
Balwin, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ballon
tync, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Baldwin,
Mr. and Mrs. 0, I). Bell, Mr. and Mrs
O. C. Bockloy, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Bel
scr, Mr. and Mrs. 0, F. Bush, Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs, R, C. Blown, Mr. nnd Mrs. B.
A. Hermit, Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Blake,
Mrs. Byron Balrd, Capt. Wilbur,
Mrs. Mary Wlddlllcld, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthuc C. Wall, Dr. and Mrs. O. B.
Wall, Mr. and Thomas Wall, Miss
Kathleen Ward, Miss Kulumnnu
Ward, Dr. and Mis'.' E. C. Water
house, Mr. and Mrs: John Watcr
houso, Mr. Claronce Waterman, Mr.
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