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EVENINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.JL, SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1909
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launch Vide to Petri City,
Mrs. Reecs chaperoned, a party ot
joung people on it launch rldo to
Pearl City. The party left on tho
"Waterwltch" about ten o'clock Sat
urday, on reaching their destination
luncheon was served In picnic fash
ion, under the palms and trees. Lat
er the young people about thirty In
all, danced In the pavilion. After a
pleasant outing the party returned
to town about five In the evening,
Mrs. Mllo M. Potter and her beau-
1 clean success. ,lt Is to be held at
the Parish House on tho afternoon
of November 24th. Ilooths of vari
ous sorts wilt bo In evidence, possi
bly on tho lawn of the Parish Hound.
There will bo Ice cream and tea
booths, and tho delicatessen table
under the management of Mrs. Kopke
will have many kinds of cold' meats,
turkey, tongue, 'chicken, ham, etc.,
besides cakes, plea, rolls, bread. Jet-
lies and jams for sale It will be an
opportunity to supply your own
tlful daughter Miss Nina Jones, who Thanksgiving table with delicacies
at a medium price. Tho practical
side will be represented by a table of
garments ot all kinds for children,
also ladles' hand-made underwear,
aprons and dressing sacqucs. Or-
a great success. To' get tho support
and sympathy as well nb the hearty
co-operation In this project for a
new edifice, this means was taken
that It wns a slcp taken In tho right
direction has been proven by the
rcsponso to tho Invitation extended,
and tho enthusiasm and vim with
which the wajs and means was han
dled us lo the best way of conduct
ing I his campaign, committees were
appointed, the best method for col
lecting money for the enterprise dis
cussed In fact no detail was omit
ed, and tho pledges of moneyed sup
port nro grolwng each day. A struc
ture such as Honolulu will look up
on with pride will bo put up n mo
nument with an open uoorto a high
spent several months last spring at
mo Moina Hotel, and who made
many warm 'friends during their vi
sit In Honolulu, entertained In a no
vel manner at their country homo
near Santa Barbara tho following ders for .one garment or n number ier and broader deelopmcnt, and
Is copied from one of the Southern of garments are solicited. The work serve an a beacon light tor the south
California papers: Is done by careful needle' women. On of our city, and others who tarry
A "Unrn Dance, 'which was given '"" ""ernoon oi mo ucucaiesson u us io,
Friday evening- of lam week t tho a"o mere will be music on the lawn,
ama u is nopea io maao u a social
Potter Country Club, situated on the
beautiful Houe ranch, near Santa
Barbara, was one of the most elabor
ate and original affairs of this sea
sou. It Is of more than passing In
terest to us Inasmuch as It was given
In compliment to one of our pretty
debutantos of last winter. Miss Har
riett Alexander, who was tho guest
of Mrs. Potter's daughter, Miss Nina
The clubhouse was converted into
a "New England farm house and
the typical scene was made of bales
of hay about the grounds which serv
ed as seats, and along tho drlvoway
Improvised ha stacks wero used to
support lanters, while, the wall and
rafters were adorned with pumpkins,
cornstalks and cabbages, flowers and
fruit. Outside the barn doors wero
crocks of elder, while unique re
freshments consisting of pies, dough
nuts, ginger bfend, cold chicken,
were served the merry gumts. The
barn dance old-fashioned reels, a
grand march for supper, and the al
most forgotten square dance, wero
part of tho programme:
Mr. and Mrs. Mllo M. Potter lea
tne grand march
success. The proceeds are to go to
ward the furnishing of tho new pri
ory.' , w
Mrs. Tanner's Sinner,
On Sunday evening at tho Moana
Hotel, a prettily appointed dinner
was presided over by Mrs. T Tauncr,
who has been a guest ot this popular
I Hotel, for the past two months. Mrs.
Tauner resumed her contemplated ,2
car's trip around the world In
company with her daughter Iluth
on the Mongolia. Later Sunday even
ing the party 'motored around the
suburbs of tho city, thoso to whom
Mrs. Tauncr extended this compli
ment wero Pa) master and Mrs.
Hornberger of the Navy, Captain
ana Mrs. Marlx, U. S. M. C, and'
Mrs. J. Morton Rlggs, Mrs. William
Glassford, Miss Tauner, Miss Kath
erlne Stephens, Mr. Percy Cleghorn,
Mr. Charles McAvoy and Mr. Jamer
Jin. Ablet Thimble Party.
Mrs. I C. Abies gave a charming
thlmblo party Monday at her beauti
ful home, on. Kewalo , street, each
iiarch. and among their "" "unu on- ow' i ".
."Mr. 'ahd"Mrs. Andrew f"M'WM ' to bring
Welch 'Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Prank ,n'mb'8 an. ewlng. Many dainty
Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Salano, "" OI ,ancy worK were Mon- an a
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Garland,
Dr. and Mrs. John Pago, C. O. Alex
ander, C. Ilrown, Miss Harriet Al
exander, Miss. Dolly MacQavIn, Miss
Lilta Hurling, Miss Margaret Stow,
Miss Elisabeth Ncwhall, Miss Marian
happy as well as a profitable after
noon wns spent In ti.e art of needle
work, so dear to a woman heart.
Delicious refreshments were served,
as well as cooling, lemonade and
fruit punch, ilurlnit the afternoon.
Newhall. mi.V M.ih. Ai... .., those present were Mrs. L. C. Abies.
Delphlna Dlbblee, Miss Loulso Clark. J18, A.twnter. M. IUymond Ilrown.
Miss Margucrette Park. Mr. KMrM.. Mrs- lUrr Webster, Mrs. H. H. Wll-
Green, Mr. Melvlllo Bowman. Mr "0,nBt Mr"- Auerbach, Mrs. Dennis
Harry Orcgory, Mr. Arthur Wool
worth, Mr. Sherman Stow, Mr. Har
old Chase, Mr. Ashby Koeney, Mr.
Albert Bpauldlng. Mr. Robert El
more, Mr. William Walters.
Our Shrlners In Lot Angeles.
Many of our local pconlo uonictlmiMi
rnako fun of tho phrase "among tho
others present," Jiut they uso It else
whero as Is shown by tho relate o!
on, Mrs. W. W. Dlmond. Mrs. Griev
cs and Mrs. W. M. McLean,
Captain and Hrt. Eamsev't luncheon
Captain and Mrs. Ramsey enter
tained at a charming appointed lun
cheon, Wednesday, In honor of Col
onel and Mrs. Pendleton ot the U.
8. M. C. The table presented a pic
ture In Its decorations of large yel
low cnr)santhemumx; tho place
cards were appropriate for the nc-
?m?n.co '' united States Scn-.caslon, with the Marino Corn device
ur runt ana otncrmorooricss prom- In the corner, out of compliment to
-- " "u Diinnurs irom.ot Honor.
Honolulu and San Francisco who vis-1
Itcd Los Angeles: i
I.OS AngCICS! , -J 1 TT- T I.IT-1
Avalon. Oct. 2,-Enterlng the' har-lM?." nu i"Mr7" fly Lewi" who
bor by tho light df a great display of understand entertaining to perfec
fireworks and a marina band plajlng, Hon, entertained Thursday, at lun
tho steamer Cabrlllo, bearing 800 Los'cheon In honor of Colonel and Mrs
Angoles Shrlners, arrived nt 6:40 to- Pendleton, American Beauty roses
night. The entire crowd wns taken wero used ,ln great profusion. Those
tn tho barbecuo grounds, back of tho present weie Mr. and Mrs. Lewis,
big pavilion, where they enjoyed atCol. and Mrs. Pendleton, Captain
dlnncror meats, flsh, salads and mnny and Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Brooks, wlfo
other barbecued dishes. After tho din- of Paymaster Biooks, U. S. N. anu
ner (ho Shrlners took In the town un- the Misses Brooks,
til 8:30, when they went to tho big
danco hall, which had been flxed up Mr. and Mrs. Charlet Eltton't Thea
especially for the benefit or tho nun- tre Party,
dreds who wero to make the Journey I Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs.
over tho hot sands to become mem- Claries Elston entertained twenty- ot
ucrs oi mo sijBiic anrino. Tho steam- meir menus at a theatre party at
cr will Icavo tomorrow night at 6:30. the'Opora House, and Carter the
Mysterious as usual delighted the nu-
with dull caro entirely discarded uience. After the performance tho
and Joy and mirth unconnned, upwards party adjourned to the Alexander
oi (too Bhrlncrs -Mori Los Angeles at luung, and indulged In a delicious
3:30 yesterday afternoon to cross the , ""PPer.
"hot sands."' or 'rather' salt water, to'
Catallna. The members of tho Arab Governor and Hrt. Frear't Dinner,
and Bedouin patrols 'were attired In 0no of tho artistic dinners of tho
their fatigue uniform. week, was given at Arcadia Tue'sdoyj'
Charles O. Bockns, potentate of n8 Oovernor and his charming wife
Aloha Temple, Honolulu: Past Polon- entortalned in honorof Judge and
tale Gcorgo Fllmer, , Islam Temple. Mn-' Kingsbury who are old friends.
San Francisco; PaBt Potentato and T,,B beautiful koa table f sparkled
Representative tb tho Imperial Cqun-' !"" cut 8la8s- and silver, while
ell Jamoi 8. McCandless of Aloha Tom- "haded candles, cast a beautiful glow
nlo. Honolulu; Ihn officers of Al Malal. . Hver 8 table,
kah Temple and tho patrol were among
the guests. i
Among others making the Journey
wero Senator Frank Flint. Motley
Flint, Leo Youngworth, W. H. Hani
son, W. P. Jcffrojs, Robert Wankow.
tkl, W. D. Deeblo and L. J. C. Spru
anco. H 8
St. Andrew't Sale.
The ladles ot St. Andrew's Guild
are working to make their sale of
' Bowen't Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ilowen enter
tained at a mid-day dinner In honr
of Judge and Mrs. Kingsbury, Sun
The dinner ghen nt the Alexan
der Young Hotel on Monday evening,
October eloventh. for the purpose ot
setting the ball In motion for the
building of a fitting place for the
ints, home-cooked delicacies, i'ng Men's Christian,, Association
WrfrtocItnttltt-ftria'-frittcrarW. ott thelr-MnSiR meetings, wns
Mrs. Pourlu, wife of Captain Pourlo
of the artillery, U. 8. A., nrrlcd on the
transport Thomas. Mrs. Pourlo has
been one of the social leaders In San
Tranclsco, and will be an acquisition
tp the "Upper Ten" In Honolulu. Tho
following Is copied from tho Sun Fran
Mrs. Pourlo nlfo of Captain J. R
Pouric, U. 8. A., will be greatly missed
after she sails for Honolulu on Sep
tcmber Mh. for sho enjojs qullo ns
much popularity In the civilian life or
this city ns In army circles. During
the time Captain Pimrio wns Mvloii"'
at tho Presidio theirs wns one (if tho
most dellghirnl ot homos. And from
all accounts their quartern at Hono
lulu will bo a repetition or tho hospi
tallty their trlcnds so much enjojed
Tuesday evening a danco was glvin
on board the transport Thomai. In hon
or or Brigadier Gcneial an 1 Mrs Pel
shlng. The deck was decorated In
flogs, and bunting and music wax fur
nished by the famoiH Constabulary
Band, that In Itself would cnthuso
the most unenthuslastlc person lo
"trip tho light fantastic." an I It most
certain!) did! Eicrjone among the
Fender sex appeared In their most
fetching tollctte.-whlle tho officers
wore service white, as ono of the pas
sengers remarked, "it was a beautiful
affair, and ecry ono enjoyed tho even
ing, and only regretted when It was
over." About 11 o'clock refreshments
were sorved. Tho guests or honor
entered Into tho spirit or tho affair, as
much as tho younger set, and won
cerone by their enthusiasm, and af
In compliment to Mrs. Kingsbury of
Maul, and Mrs. Frank Morrow, wlfo
of Captain Morrow of tho 7th Inrantry,
Mrs Wadhams entertained at an In
formal tea, Thursday. Iter homo at
Fort Shatter looked unusually pretty
In Its garb or palms and cut flowers.
This trio or nttractlvo women re
ceived In the drawing room. Tea and
Ices were served In tho dining room.
Miss .Tngpuhlno McClellan and Miss
Beatrice Castle poured tea and coffee.
while Miss Rose McClellan and Miss
Violet Damon presided over the Ices.
During the afternoon Mrs. Wadhams
Ming, and Miss Violet Damon played
beautifully on the violin. About forty
guests were Invited.
A rare treat was given to the lov
ers at music when the famous Phil
ippine Constabulary Band stopped
off on their return home alter a
successrul engagement In the East
ern cities, eighty four artists have
the Wonderful gift ot music, and un
der the able leadership ot Captain
Walter Howard Loving, they are
welcomed wherever they go, and ap
preciate audiences greet them. This
wonderful band has been here be
fore but such music never wearies
one a strong desire to hear It re
peated la the best evidence of Its
quality, crowded houses greot them
wherever they play and the well
filled houses on Thursduy afternoon,
and evening has been no exception
to this' rule.
The brief visit of Count Soncho
Otanl, was a great privilege to the
thousands of Japanese who did him
honor. Their respectful and reerv
entlal manner ot receiving their
leader, soon to be their priest, was
proof or their lovo and veneration.
He gave them not' only absolution,
but much wise and good counsel as
to their attitude toward their adopt
ed country. The Count Is yount.
and handsome, and has a most pleas
ing personality. His reception or
thoso not his own countrymen was
dignified and affable, and his courtly
manners, bore the hall mark or the'
polished and true gentleman,
Philanthropic tmctoty Is month
Interested nB well as pleased nev the
line 'work that the Humane Society
Miss Datlsan besides being n hard
mid tonsclcnllous worker, Is n sym
pathetic one ns well, which counts
a grc-it deal in the work. In tho
near future a charity feto will bo
given, In order to raise funds to
rnrry nut some of tho different pin-
Jccts proposed at the last meeting.
Judec and Mrs. Quarrel's Dinner.
Judge and Mrs. qunnels enter
tained nt dinner Monday evening,
complimentary to Judge and Mrs.
KlngKhury. Tho oval table was ar- j
tlstlcnlly decoiated In pink carna- '
tlons and maiden hair fern, after ,
dinner coffee was served on the nr
tlstlc hinal or the Quartets bungn- '
low. Among those present were
Judge and Mrs. Quarrels, Judge and
Mrs. Seidell Kingsbur), Lieutenant
and Mrs. Calhoun Ancrum and Miss
Mrs. I'rnnk Robards, wife of Cap
tain itobnrds or the U. 8. M. C. was
tin arrival on the Alameda; this
charming joung matron will be an
acquisition to Honolulu society;
Captain Robards has been stationed
In Honolulu for several months,' and
has made a great?many frlonds dur
ing Its short sojourn In Honolulu.
The Robards have rented the Fred
Macfarlune's cottage at WaIMM
Beach. , . v
A pleasant little Incident In con
nection with thoo christening of tho
Mntson steamship Wclhelmlnn oc
curred nt a banquet on tho evening
or the launching."!!! a neat and ap
i(ipil.ite bpceOj i 'U.i.italii Maison
piesented Miss Tenncy with a beau-tlful-bracelet
set Wlth .sapphire.
The Mmni: lad) was cquil to the oc
casion and tespondcit In a nappy and
Among the most stunning women
who have visited , Honolulu wip Mrs
II. R. Van de Boe, who left Thurs
day on the transport Thomas to Join
her husband, Ensign Van de Hoe,
who Is station on the U. S. S. Cali
fornia Mrs. Van do Boe will rctirn
in February; this young matron IV so
charmed with the Islands .that sho
and her mother are planning to
spend scorul of tho winter months
in tho I'aradlke of the Pacific.
Judga nnd Mrs. Kingsbury, Who hive
been tho guests of'MaJor and Mrs.
Wadhams ror the 'past week, hao
been besieged with Invitations slncu
their arrival last Saturday, their old
Irlcnds making overy effort to give
them n good time. Judge Kingsbury
returned Friday on1 tjio Clnudlno to
Maul. Mrs. Kingsbury aer Monday
will bo the guest or Mrs. W. R. Castle,
nnd Miss Beatrlco Castlo, at their homo
on Klnau sticct.
On Friday Mrs. II. F. Dillingham en
tertalned snmo ot her girlhood rrlcndo,
at her homo on Bcrctanla avenue, In
compliment to Mrs. 8. W. Alcxnnilur,
nn old tlmo friend. Tho luncheon was
on exqutslto floral picture with Its dec
orations nr beautiful chrysanthemums.
Among thoso present woio Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham, Mm. Alexander, Miss Ann
strong Mrs Athorton. Mrs. P. C. Jonos
rnd Mrs. Oullck.
Mrs. William Glassford, daughter
of Admlinl Phelps, Commandant of
the Nnv) Yard nt Mare Island, left
last Monday, on the Mongolia for
Manila to Join her husband, who 'Is
Admiral Barn's aide. Mrs. Glass
ford wns extensively entertained
during her six weeks stay, at tho
Moana Hotel, nnd her many friends
are even now planning forms of en
tertainment ror her, when sho re
turns In February.
Wednesday oonlng Mr. nnd Mrs. F
Klamp entertained nt dinner In honor
or Major C. C. Smith, or tho Cnvnlry.
This gallant officer who by the way-
la a Virginian by birth has .tho dis
tinction of being considered ono of tho
bravest officers in tho nrnff, nnd has
won quick promotion for acts of brav
ery, while In actlvo service. Major
Smith Is a courln of Mrs. Klamp's.
Tho marriage or Albert Sutton ot
San Frnnclsco, to Miss Marie Hew-
ett of Taeoma, eldest daughter of
Henry Ilewett, a wen I thy ltimbei
man. was quietly solemlnze4at tho
bride's home. Miss Ilewett In com
pany ot Mrs John Scott also or Ta
eoma spent a short time In' Hono
lulu nbout a ear ago on thajr way
to the Orient,'. .
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Mr. James Page wll be an out
going pasenegr on the steamer Si
beria, Mr. Pago Is being sent to
New Yoik on an Important mission
by his flim, The Gtegg Compan,
Ltd, this jnting business man will
pr.salhl) leturn lo the Islands In
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Exhibit of BUCHLY BINBINQS this week.
tho Navy hao been tho guests nt
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry Lowls. Tho
'Brooks arrived on the Mongolia Mon
day from San Frnnclsco, and sailed
Thin sda on the transport Thomas
for Manila, where the) will Join the
Mrs. Monsarrnt wlfo of Julian
Monsnnat ot Kapnpaln lanch has
been vlstlng her mother Mrs. U A.
Coney lor u week. Her friends who
are legion nic welcoming her with
ocry attention, luncheon, dinners,
tens nnd theatre parties hac been
hhnncicd upon her.
Mrs. Albert WntcrhoiiHo nnd MIhs
Bertha Knpko will leavo on tho Si
beria for New York, where they will
mct Mr. Wntcrhnusu, who has been
In Ceylon, Investigating tho rubber
plantations; tho Waterhouses and Ml3
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Mi nnd Mrs lien Ballw'n will na
r'o mxt veel: In llnmil ilu on routU
Mrs. Crcc and Miss Cren, wlfo nnd
d.iugiilei of Major Ciee, who 1s In
tiiiiimntid nt Fort linger, Here In
coming piimcngcis nil the l-.iiixpoit
Thnmns; Mis Cree and her charming
d.iughlii, will be mi addition to Ho
nolulu's Kiiuut sclT
Captain nnd Mis. Iters nnd Mrs
Uriel Scbreo uro spending Kovernt
wpeks at the W. It Castle house o'l
Mt. Tantalus; Mrs. Frnncls Swntizy
wns their guest ocr Salurdn) unit
Suudn of lJbt week.
Lieutenant Chilton who has li'c-i
on tho nialnlind for the last iV
months, ictuincl on the Thnmnt, nnd
is being welcomed bj his fellow cfl.
If the Ynlcino Mr Ililduln It, ninv
ri'i r of Mnknwr-1 t.-iulntlon nn K-iuif
rnd will rtiend teioinl nl,i ;il llii
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Ale.niidcr Young hotel. Tho imtiw
tnliituvnt wns glcn In hnnii- o' t-li'jid
who were paiblng tluol-;li on t' o Mun-j
Mia. ! Hi-Ms Bwinry o'ltcrt ! io I M
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