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nvnsiNo nuLMrriN, Honolulu, t. u satuiiday, jan 22, 1010.
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Hnij'ii jiiiicH unlrtp of Pa
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mound the world Mr. nil. I
John T Wnririi entertained with
nit liifnnnal telephone tuii Wednesday
afternoon from four to six, nt their
liniuii nl llio corner of Kuwnlo nml
l.nnalllo mroi'lH. On account or llio
Kinallncas of llit'lr lt'tiiiomr.v hunga-
r lvirrnma Srmldcr, Mrs. Wllllnm
W llnll Dr. Pond Dr. Paul Adams uf
l.clUluui )r. farl Manilla, Dr. Hobdv
Mr Prank l,elghloii Gibson, Mr. .1. II
Hec't. Mr. Itovej. Mr. George- Wni ion.
Mr. Ualph Homier. M. Cli.irliH Attit-t-ton.
Mrs. M. F. Prosscr's Ten.
Uii' leu glen from I Id 0 on Wed
nesday. b Mib. JI. I Prosser, In
honor of her alsler. Miss Thatcher.
low home Ihu guests uIipiI for tho ll her Bister In law, Miss prosser
nflornuon to mwt Hie distinguished "f N'w Yorl.. was distinctly n social
euotia of honor Inrluiluil Inrgoly llio Miccem. About one hundred Invltn-
iniirrlud frloiiciH, whoso hospitality Mr. 'Ioiib wete extended. Tho honso wan
ntnl Mrs. Warren hnt enjoyed alnn
Ihelr- marriage. Mr and Mrs. Wnrrei
ond Dr. and Mm. Ilurilft to received li,
Hie living room which wna decorated
Willi violets mid maliH'ii hair ferns
Jlni. Wnriun looked charming li
while. Mr. Hurdottp wore a hand
unuip Imported gown -of nimllnc him
ehlffnu satin with I'lndan design, uii
wrought In sleeves mid bodice. A neck
l.ico and iii'inlaiit of oxqiilxlip opal
matrix mid tllainunds completed the
Mrs. lunula J. Warren, u lirldo of tin
nflliniiii. mid wliitpr if tho Imitt an
liogieea. nml Miii. draco Smith ll.'n
Herman uf Lux Angeles presided u
tho tnble, nml wore assisted In eur
lug I "a and confections liy MIhs Itutli
Smith ol I.om Ang'-les. Mia. Warren
was gowned In plait volllp with coin
omunients. the tune of Iter gown be
ing espiH l ih .. " live with her hcan
. tlfiil Till mi ln'i. Mrs. llanncnnaiA
frnrk wn 11 iliuimlnn one uf 111:11m
Bray InttiMliranu, with wlilrh she wuii
n BtunnliiK neplm:c nml licndanl o'
OlrtulliymB and wmustit Oliver, and r
tilncl; plumed hat. Miss Hinllli wore
.Clrlli.li white lingerie frorlt A Ion
liiown liaHket uf vlnlftn veiled In nulu
uuhalr feniH and eansht with a French
how of pink turrets waa used on tin
lea lahle, while Ioiib btummed pearl
tlnioil Mn 111011 Coclu rose In ullvet
, lUJil eryntnl naes were used nhoiit Hie
looms. DnrliiB the ii'ternoon Mm
v llaiiliormaii biiiik ilellKlitrully. MU
Smith nreoininnjriis nt tho piano.
Tho women nxtdmln'; In IntrodncliiR
weie Mth. U Tenney I'eck Mis .1. A
Mi.C.ui.lloiK Mr. Unymonil fliown
and Sirs. William Alannon Hryan.
OwIiik In HI110HH tiPverat of thoir
Intllcil wuio unahlo to ho present.
Ahont Menly-nvu Kiieata calleil dnr
'lug tho ariernonn ai'iotiit Hiokp noted
heliiK CiHt'nior nml Mrs Waller I.
Kroar. Mr. und Mm. li. P. Dlllliisliam
Air. and Mrs. J. A. McCandleas, Mr.
, nml Mra. I.. Tenney l'ec.1:. .Mr. and
Mrs. Wlllnrd llnnvn. Mr. nml Mra. Wnl-
lacu 1(. RirrliiBlon. Mr. and Mra. V.
A, Ilonren, Mr nml Sfrs. I'rank Alher-
Ion, Mr. nml Mra. Mnralon Campbell.
Mr. nml Mra. Harmon A'. Hemlrlclc
.liiiiKe nml Mrs. Italph Quarlc3, Dr.
mid Mrs. Harold i.miii. I'rof. mil
Mrn. William AlaiiEon Dryan. Mr. and
Mr. U .1. Warren. Mr. anil Mra. Hay
'iiiunil llrowi'i, Mr. mid .Mra. II. O.
Clark, .Mr. and .Mrs. Irwin Uoadlo
. Ilov. anil Mia. Ahum Klipraolo. Mrs.
IuItu.'Mni. Ktiinsoiivahl. Mia. D.ivlk,
Jlra. Illll. M11. Hubert II. Itelford,
Mrs. Wllllnm A l.ovo, Mra. Cars. Mra
nilruhotli C'liurrli. i-a. J. I!. Warren
of Derkeley. Mra. Walter HolTman
.Mrs. Ahlea. Mra ninth Mrs. Alexia
(llcnoux, Mrs (lonrw lleihert Hoi
nier, Mrs. (Ii.ipo Smllh Uannvrman
r llernlly lllled wllli iobpb. whllu
imeliea heie ami theio of maiden
hah fern, and amllnx gave 11 pleas.
iib tone of Kreen. The hosleaa waa
liul In a while lingerie. Mlsa Proa
er wore a t.tvcmler rhlffmi over sat
.11. with cut aleel head trimmings,
Miss Thatcher wore u frock of blue.
croio do chine, made .1 la urin
es. Jlrs. Charles llrynnt Cooperl
mi Mr. Archie Young served punch
it a iusp bedctM'd table. The lafiei
voie a whllu gown, trimmed In bahjj
ilsh Ii.i'h. n lingo plumed hat wlllr
ii'lnga uf rote plifk completed the
iHiutiie, Mrs. Cliurlea llryanl Coop
r wore a I'lench gown, heavily em
roldeied with n large black picture
nt. Mrs. Arthur lleig ami Mrs. 1
lames .ludil presided nt the lea table
which was ladened with fragrant
,ilnl iom's Mis llerg wns becoming
ly clad In while, with embellish
ments of Ince, ami wore a ehlc leg
'10111 hat. Mis. J.imca Jiidd looked
eMiemely pretty In a laie 10I10 with
a large hat. Many binart tollettea
were noticed on this occasion. Al
'hough the tea was from 4 In ti, tho
si hoiu seemed to be the most po
ular, for the large rooms were
iowiIpiI with fair femininity. Mra.
M. M. Scot t looked regal In a cos-
iiine of lavender, with hat to match,
her daughter. Miss Marlon Scott,
wore u peach blow pink crepe, em
broidered. Mra. Italph I'orater, wITo
of the llrlllsh Consul wore 11 smart
fioek of cellau, with n llowcred tur
him; her Bister, Jllsa- Daisy (Iras,
woro a Ilnwered chiffon, with 11 be
coming picture lint, Mrs. llornher
ger. wife of Paymaster Ilnruberger,
wore n lavender dress, with embel
lishments uf lace with black hat and
willow iplmnei. Mrs. Walter Frcar,
wife of (loverntir Prear, was clad In
white, a handsome laco coat gavo
the llulshiiig touch to this costume.
Mrs. Alexamlei Rllchrist llnwea Jr.'s.
ciistunui of canary silk crope, hnnd-
souiely embrnldered, with touches of
gold on tho corsage waa greatly ad
mit ed. n smart black turban waa
worn with this costuihe. Mlsa'WIck
atium looked extienicly pretty In the
new Muide of bin". Jlrs. Kdward
Wiilacu woio a gown of pale blue,
cut In the pievnlllug mode. Mia.
Locke looked handsome in 11 laven
der silk, trimmed In liiiud-imide Cie
During the afternoon Mra. Alex
ander Lindsay, Mrs. Chnrles llrynnt
Cooper and MUb Jean Center enter
tallied tho guests with toveral vocal
selections, which weio deeply appre
elated and enjoyed by tho assent'
binge. Among Mrs. Piosrer's guests
were: Mrs. S.imuol Dunning, Mis.
A. 0. llnwea Jr., Mrs. Armln Hanne-
WHITNEV & MARSH, lid
Tailored, Lingerie and Hand
Made CLOTH SUITS
' One Piece Wool Suits
SWEATERS . . .
Ladies', Misses, & Children's
Black and White; guaianteed
quality at $7.50
berg, 'Mia, Sidney Ilallou, Mrs. Turn
er, Mra. Snnford Wndhnma, Mra. M,
N. Falls. .Mrs. J. S. McGiow, Mrs.
C II. pooper, Mra, A. A. Young,
.Mib. i:. JI. Watson. .Mra. Tred Da
mon, Mia. W. A. Wall, Mra. Itlclinid
Ivera, .Mra. W. A. l.oe, Mrs. M. M.
Scolt. Mrs. Doremua Studdcr, Mrs.
D. L. Wtthlngtoii, Mrs. James Judd,
Mra. Win. Thompson, Mra. S. A. An
thony, Mra. Harnett, Mra. W. T. Lu-
ciiB, Mrs. W. W. Low, .Mrs, Horn
berger, Mia. Walter V. 1'iear, .Mrs.
Cumin P. Ileca. Mrs. i'lilllp Frenr,
Mra. Mist, Mrs. C. II. Olson, Mrs.
Ilaliney Scott, Mis. James Wilder,
Mra. Arthur lleig, Mra. Elizabeth
Church, Mrs. Ilmold Dllllnghnm,
Mia. Ilrnliuiid Smith, Mrs. Krclcth
Winslow, Mra. A. II. Smith, Mra.
John Angus, Mra. I'm dee, Mra.
Moore, Mra. Chapman, Mrs. Tenney
Peck, Mrs. Locke, Mib. David Center,
Mra. KbcrBole, Mra. A. l' Cooko,
Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Italph Korster,
Mra. (Iran, Mrs. John MtClcllan,
Mrs. Alex. Lindsay, Mrs. C. K. Kc-
Mis. I'rcd Harvey, Mis. Cast-
mvf; Mrs. Sinclair, Mra. Larnnch,
Mra. (',. I'. Hush, Mrs. A. J. Glgnoux,
Mrs. (1. P. Stott, Mrs. Wllllnm M.
(Irnham, .Mrs. W. A. Kinney, Mrs.
A, IT. Turner, Miss Parke, Miss Mor
rison, Mis. Httrnett, Mrs. Chrlstimin,
Miss Muoie, Mlsa Mist, Mias Mclrer,
.IUs Wlckatruin, Mlsa Angus. Mlsa
Center, Mlsa Jordan, Mlsa Oraa, Mlsa
MrClellan, Miss Pennoycr, Miss Mil
lion Scott nn others.
Mrs. McStocker's Bridge Party,
Olio of the largest and moat enjoy
able caul partlea of tho week waa
given by Mtb. Frank McSlocker nt her
homo on Lunalllo street. Hie function
waa given In honor of Mra. Jnrvla of
Oakland, Cal., who la visiting tho
hostess, Tho guests begnn to assemble
about 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon.
It was such a largo affair that tho
card ablea were not only placed In
the largo drawing loom and library,
but on the spacious circular lanals iib
well. Tho latter were enclosed In
huge American nml Hawaiian flags,
which mndo n flitting screen from the
Inclement weather. The rnlllnga of
llio, lunula wcro banked with maiden-, nn,j Mr,
hair reins and choice palms, whllo In
termittently were placed vn ea of
scarlet carnations. Around the fcoiu
modloua lunula and tluoiP'h tho In
terior of this beautiful homo were ar
ranged potted plantB nml greenery
with carnations urrnnged on Inlaid
tables and tabourets. Tho hospitality of
Mra. McStockcr Ib well known, and tho
gift sho has of making her guests en
Joy themselves wna no exception to
tho rule nn Flldny afternoon. Pivot
bridge waa plajed. Tho drat prize
a tea tllo or glass wllli flllgieo work
of sliver, was awarded to Mrs. Fled
crick Damon Mrs, Uusslo Schmidt
had Hip next highest scoro and won
tho second pi lit-, nn exquisite after
dinner coHee cup of Coalport. Tho
consolation prlzo was cut for, tho one
culling the lowest card being the win
ner. Mrs. Haneberg was the lucky
one, and wns awnrded a salted almond
slhcr spoon. About live o'clock de
licious refreshments of coffee. Ices
and cako wero served. Following
aro tho names of those present:
Mrs. II, Smith, Mrs. II. Lewis, 'Mrs.
C. II. Cooper. Mra. A. O. Hnwca Jr.,
Mrs. Hornbergcr. Mrs. L. M. White
house, Mrs. Herbert, Mrs. F. Damon,
Mrs. T. Lansing, Mrs. Orossmnn, Mrs
Iteldford, MrB. J. D. Dougherty, Mrs.
M. Campbell, Mra. Marlx, Mrs. Put
nam, Mrs. W'nid, Mrs. C, M. Watson,
Mrs. Emll Wntormnn, Mra. Cfastucr,
Mrs. While, Mrs. Lncklnnd, Mis.
Castendyke, Mis. 2. K. Myers, Mrs.
L. A. Thin aton, Mrs, Dyer, Mrs.
Harneberg, Mis. F. Halstead, Mis. C.
II.' High, Mis. Ilullentyne, Mrs. Geo.
Itoss, Mrs. i:. R. Pa'xton, Mrs. Eliza
beth Chuich, Mrs. J, V. Saunders,
Mrs. K. Low, Mr. Charles Lucaa, Mrs
North, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Fred An
glia, Mra, W. T. Lucas, Mrs. Celiter,
Mrs. J.trvls. Mrs, Schmidt, Mrs. Mur
ray, Mia. J. F. C.' HagenB. Miss
Hhodes, Mlsa Irono Dickson, Mrs.
M.cCaudlesa, Mia. Winslow, Mr'.
FiBher, Mis. Ilurnetle, Mis. Mnckall,
MH. L. T: Peck, Mlsa Lock.
The Yokohama Gazette contains
tho following as to tho wedding of
Mr, Henry Louis Fischer nml Miss
Dora II. Saunders:
Another Cnllfornln hrldo who
came on tho Siberia with her mother,
and hero man led a Manila otliclal,
wiib Mlsa Dora Ilcrmird Saunders, of
San Francisco, daughter of Capt.
Saunders, for Bo many years In tho
torvlco of tho Pacific Mall Steamship
Co., und 1,0 well known In Yokohama.
Mrs. and Miss Saunders nrilvcd Sat
urday, tho wedding ceiemony was
performed ut tho Amoilcim Consul
ate (lonoral joining In matrimony
,Mia ioni naiiiiueiH nun iir. iioury
Loula Fisdior, Secretary of tho Muni
cipal Consul of Manila. Mr Ilahbltt
nml Mr Caldwell, In their otliclal ca
pacity witnessed the ceremony, which
was pel formed by tho Itev. 0. Hose
berry Good, I), A., pastor of Union
Church",- Mr. A- !' Wilder, Consul
General of Shanghai, was also pres
Thijiyoting couple went nt once tt
MlyaTioshlta to pass the lioneymooi.
and Will nfterward go to Manila,
Mrs. Frederick Ramsey's Japanese
In honor of a dozen friends, Mrs
Kamsoy, wife of Captain Knmsey ol
U. S. M. C. presided at u nunlnt Jap
neBe ta, Thursday, The Kamsey't
home in Nuunnu Valley, la well
equipped, for such an entertainment
for the Btylo of architecture and th(
furnishings of this home aro Japan
ese. The tea was served at 4 o'clock
at Japanese, tables, the chlnn, ilolllet
in fact everything curried out tht
Japanese Idea, one could Imaglm
that tHey had been deported for a
short time to the "Flowery King
down," tho entertainment waa so
unique and well carried out. Among
the gucstB who partook of Mrs. Hani
Bey's hospitality were: Mrs. Smltl
and Georgia Smith of Scnttle, Wash.
Mra. Castner, wife of Captain Cast
ncr of tho U. 8. A., Mrs. Whlto am
Mrs. Illlss of San Francisco, Mls
Van Schuyvcr of Portland, Ore., Mrs.
Arthur Marlx, Mlsa Benson o
Portland. Ore., and Miss Kntherlm
Mr. and Mrs. Henry's Dinner.
One of tho prettiest appointed din
ners of tho week was given Sunday
evening at the Moana Hotel by Mr
and Mrs. Heniy of Poi'lnnd, Oregon
Covers weio laid for eight ami tin
tahlo wob profusely decorated will
sweet scented purple' violets. Th
place cards of tnpa cloth wero mos
unique, bits of tapa cloth being tied
wllli violet ribbon, the upper' corne
decorated with a sccno from tht
guests' homo, while the lower corno
waa ornamented with n "llawallai
scene. Among Mr, nml Mrs. Honry'r
gupatB wero .Mrs. Van Schuyvcr and
Miss Helen Van Schuyver of Port
land. Oregon: Mr. dishing of Denver
Colorado; Miss Carolina Hcnson ol
Portland, Oregon; Mr. Claudius Mc
Uryde, Secretary1 for Goicvnor Frcar
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilder' Dinner
In honor oT Mr. and Mrs. Georg.
Peavy mid the latcr's slater, Mra. M"ur
phy, Mr. nml Mra.' Samuel Wilder en
tei tallied nt dinner Tuesday. All tin
decorations of this beautiful dlmici
wero In scnrlel. Tho glow from tht
numerous candles, with their re
shades, shed a becoming glow ove
the nsscmblflge of pretty women
Among Mr, nml Mrs. Wlldcr's guest
were Mr. ami 'Mrs. Geoigo Peavy
Judge and Mrs. Sidney Ilallou, Mrs
Parker and Mrs. Hntry Turner of !
Angeles, Mrs. Murphy, Dr. Armstronr
Smith, Captain Exton, U. S. A., am
Mr. Walter Dillingham.
Mrs. Harry Lewis' Bridge Luncheon.
At her beautiful homo on Pensncoli;
street Mrs. Hurry IajwIs presided a'
hostess nt a brldgo luncheon in lion
or of Jlrs. McDonald of Vancouver,
who Is spending tho month of January
at tho Moana Hotel. Tho clrculai
tablo wob beautiful, being decoratei'
with cut lloAers and smllnx. Aftc
tiffin n number of rubbers of brldg'
wero played und keenly enjoyed by tin
following guests: Mrs.. McDonald
Mrs, Androw Fuller, Mrs. Edward
Tenny,' .Mrs. CharlcB Wilder, Mrs. C
U. Wood, Mra. Mauilo Phillips, her
slstor, Mra. Meyer, ami Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Joseph Gllman's Luncheon.
In honor of Mra. Grahmn, wiro'o
Captain Graham, Mrs. Joseph Oilman
was tho hostess nt n charmingly ap
pointed luncheon Tuesday, Tho table
was fragrant with roses nml maiden
hair ferns, tho cxqulBlto plnco cards
being decorated with rosts. Amour
thoso piesent wero Mr. Joseph Gil
man, tho guest of honor; lire. Graham
Mrs. Corwln II. Ilees, wife of Admiral
Uees; Mra. Alexander Gilchrist Hnwe:
Jr., MrB. Arthur Marlx, wife or Cap
tain Marlx, U, S, M. C; Mias Oilman
who Is a sistor-ln-law or tho hostesB
and Mrs. Joseph P. Cooko.
Mr. and Mrs, Peary's Dinner.
Mr, and Mrs. George Peary or Min
neapolis, entertained Informally Sun
day evening In honor of their Bister.
Mrs. Murphy, tho color scheme for
the dinner was pink, and tho repast
was served nt a circular table In tho
main dining room of the Moana Ho
tel. Those present were; Mr, and
Mrs. Georgo Peary, Mra. Jordan, Mrs.
Murphy, Mr. Illchard Wright and
Major Hart,, U. S. A.
Princess David Kawananakoa Is cro
ntlng no end of Intorost In Snn Frum
Cisco social elides. Sho hna mado an
Jmpiesslon by her beauty. Her ex
quisite tnBto In dross, which is r
themo of conversation wherever sin
appears, and her bucco3b'iiI entertain
ineiits Bluiw that, sho I3 on tho summit
of popularity. A't tho Clndorclla ball
given lecently In San Francisco, tho
By the next Alameda we
receive Delightful Crea
tions of the Milliner's Art
We give Green Stamps too
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Princess' gown wns considered one
if tho most elegant costumes at that
irilllant function. A costume which
lone but a woman of such a superb
Inure could wear tho Greclun effect
would be most trying to any but
mo endowed so richly with beaulv as
his lovely Hawaiian Princess.
Doctor and Mrs. O'Day's Dinner.
In honor of Mrs. Van Schuyver
ml Miss Van Schuyver, Doctor and
Mrs. O'Day entertain at dinner, Mon
day evening. A dozen guests were
seated at tho gaily bedecked table,
which was decorated lu a delicate
shade of pink and green. After din
ner the remainder of the evening
was devoieu to music.
Mrs. Annie' Lackland has Issued In
vitations for an evening at bridge,
to be given at her homo, 1634 Ma
klki street, next Monday evening.
The affair will be given In -honor of
her slater, Mra. Christian Cantendyk
of illlo, who Is visiting her mother
Mrs. James Dougherty entertained
Informnlly In honor or her sister,
Miss Grace Hoblnson, Wednesday.
The afternoon wbb devoted to bridge,
this young girl being nn enthusias
tic exponent of tho game.
Dr. Isaac William, Brewer, the
great American authority on tropical medicine, I
has the following ,to say in his new book,
" Personal Hygiene In Tropical and Semi
Tropical Countries," regarding the use of t
"The use and abuse of alcohol in the tropics has been discussed with '
a great deal of, feeling. The total abstainers and many others maintain t
, that it is a deadly poison in the tropics, while others argue that it is
an absolute necessity,
"The truth lies between these extremes. " '
"There is no doubt that a little alcohol in the shape of a light
wine taken with meals is beneficial to those who suffer from loss of ap- '
petite or inability to digest food. Park put the daily amount of alcohol
that may be consumed by a healthy man at from one to one And one
half ounces, or an equivalent of two ounces""of brandy, five ounces of
sherry, ten ounces of lighter wines, and twenty ounces of beer. Women
should take smaller quantities." '
Just what we have been pre aching all aong, and
we are riot surprised to See our views confirmed
by such an eminent authority as Dr. Brewer.
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