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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 29, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 13, Image 13',
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nnmoMon 'Una-nun dninha? t. n.. satuuday. JAN. 23, laio.
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Send the Most Delicate Fabrics to the
This laundry has built uo a vell ducrved refutation for the (art
fulness In handling th: daintiest textual fabrics, either for wailiing.
(lyclnc or dry cleaning. All the uoilt is the very but.
Agents for the
F.. Thomas Prrisian Dyeing Works,
Gentle'rnm's Shirts and Collars
Laundered in a Superior Manner
The French Laundry
J. ABADIE, Prop.
SOCIAL CHATTER he HOME TALK
Captain nnd Mm. ltilbcrt (Jiuhain
entertained at tllnnor, on Saturday
ovenlng, January tvent -second, In
honor of Mrs. Gibson, and Mist; Gib
bon, of Seattle, Wash. The dinner
was given at tlio Alexander Young
Hotel, which la noted rur Its benutl
ml tulilc appointments, and Hie skill
of lis chef. 'The center piece or
inanvo chrjsaiithomiims with maiden
hair ferns scattered over tho cloth.
'The place card wero clever pen and
Ink sketches of the ship Ersklnn
Phelps tho ship commanded by the
, genial host. Mrs. Qraham wore a
gown of nnirlnu grey Jussl cloth heav
ily embroidered In nrnslne, and wore
pearl ornaments. Among those who
partook of Captain and MVs. fjra
'hnm's hospitality were Mrs. and Miss
Ulbton, Mrs. Joseph Oilman, Mrs.
Alexander Gilchrist Hawca Jr., Mr.
"Bruce Cartwrlght, Consul Cannavaro,
Mrs. llruce Cartwrlght Jr. After
'dinner the party adjourned to the
lounging room, und finished this de
lightful evening, with playing InldKu
and billiards. .
MIbs Winifred Webb and Miss Hel-
en Mnglll o Pasadena, nrcnup.inlcd
by tho lalter'B young nephow, will ar
rive here by tho Manrhiirm on vai
pmiIiik'h lijv niiil will slon over n week!
In Honolulu beforo continuing their
voyago to the Orient by tho Chlo'
Mnru Feb: nary 21. Miss Webb Is' tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Webb i
prominent nnd wealthy 1'asadcna pc-
plo, nnd 'Is -n most Intciostlng und
charming glrL. Sho possesses unusual
ly brilliant .gifts ns a writer, and .her
Munuu nn.l npltlntuma linvu nnnnnr4(1
In Atlantic Monthly and other proin-
Incnt eastern publications. Sho Is a
Stanford' girl, nnd n prominent Thcta'
und well known In club and siclal Ufa
of Pasadena. Her coming Is eagerly
anticipated by seveial friends In Ho
nolulu who nro planning to make her
brkr.ttuy nnd that of hei frlen Is, a
Mts. McDonald of Vancouver, was
the complimented guest ut a lunch
eon, giving by Mrs. Mnnnle Philips,
nt her home on Kewnlo street, Wed
nesday, Jnnunry twenty-sixth, night
guests were sealed at the highly p6l-
Ishcd table, wllh exquisite luce doll
ies, and the nltrnUlve china, nnd
glass of which Mrs. Phi Ips Is tho
fortunate possessor.' Lang stouimed
jclldw chrysanthemums were used
for dccornlons In fact tho entire
color scheme was In jellovv. A must
elegant luncheon was served, nnd
bridge was played during the after
noon. The guests present were, be
sides the guest of honor: Mrs. Mc
Donald, Mrs. Meer'of San Francisco,
Mrs. Philip's sister, who Is her house
guest, Mrs. Harry Lewis, Mrs. C. It.
Wood, Mrs. Wiildlfleld and the
charming hostess and others.
A Riot of
By the Alameda we
received Delightful Crea
tions of the Milliner's Art
A dance will be given to the sailors
of tho Pnclll; licet, on Saturday,
February fifth. This dunce will bu
under the ausplces.of tho Merchants'
Association, although there will" be
no formal Invitations to tho dance
which wll bo held nl the two hotels
on the beach the Moaua and the
Seaside; both of which nro adapted
for a dance of this sort, The tool
breezes from ,lhe ocean and moun
tains make It an Ideal spot.- Thirty
I onto to New Zealand where they will
rnd n scir In evangelistic w'ork lat
er continuing their Journey around tho
world, expecting to bo gone two eais
They will be nccompanled by Mr. ant
Mis. Potts, who will Invo In chargd
tho musical part of their prograiiH.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank l.clghlon Gib
roii and llltlo son nnd nurse, left Tues
day for 4helr Jiomo at Kalawao, Mnlu-
kill, and wero nccoinpnmej by Mrs,
- -- - ,, , 1r,
and also vli.lt Miss von Unit. In their set. which was quite n treat uf.er
Itinerary they expect to witness the the flustering weather, and "'
"Passion Play." .kit. WcU has obscured b
I milling face for the past forlulgut.,
.... .. i .. iM ......, i...
ir. n.iu flirs. iiunj ." vuw, -,,-rd
at n bildgo dinner In honor or Mrs,
McDonald, from Vancouver. The lln
or fort-women, proinlnont In society I uibson's mother. Mrs. J. U. Warren
.- .i.., ,;. .. .. ..n,.n....ana t- -,.... ...... ,. u..i- .
lira iu iju unncu iu iti s juiiuiicbd, oi uerRuiey, who uas ueen ineir kiivsi
lor several weeks and will remain
with them till sprlim. While In llono-
I. 1.i M.' ntt.f Mud C
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all, and the oung ladles In tow.n
are expected to danco with the sail
ors, who are to be entertained by
one of our leading associations, and
make It 'a pleasant remembrance.
A charming pink luncheon was giv
en on Thursday of this week by Mrs.
T. M. Church of Collego street In hon
or of Mrs. C. W. Wnlcntt, wife of Cap
tain WalcutC of Schoflcld BarrackB.
The tablo with Its dainty appointments
of sliver and glass was given tho fin
ishing touch by n tall cut-glass vaso.""""' u"" """ '"". '"", ,
filled with pink carnations which stood !At htm, f,0.f I-fbruary first, 204 Calle
ner was quite Informal but most de
lightful, as the Harry Lewis' nrc'mitcd
for their delightful dinners. The fiblo
Wds beautifully dpi oluteit. A center
piece of uises und smll.ix graced the
tabic, ' "
letters received from John Hur
roughs, tho famous writer ntulfnatur-
nllct, who sient a portloli . of lust
spring In Honolulu, speak of a long-
1 Ing to seu Honolulu again, 'dspeclalfy
when the rigor of tho eastern winter
The following announcement, has us It Is known and felt In Wwt I'm St.
been received: New York, Is at Its keenest,
"Captain and Mrs. James William
8aunders announce tho mnrrlago of Dr. and Mrs. Francis B. Clark wero
their daughter. Dora Uesnard. to Mr. 0.nlcr,,?J,nt;,, nt,.,hf, h?n'c ,of ""'V1
Henry Louis rischer on Saturday tho "; lhTV 1- Mr nl'ffi u
lulu Mr. and Mrs. Gibson have been
occupying Mrs. Heck's cottage on
In the center, nnd the flowers, which
wero scattered nliout the table. At
each place wlthithe "Aloha" card was
a carnation of umiBual size nnd frag
rance. Covers wero laid for eight,
the guests being Mrs. C. W. Walcutt,
twontysevenlb of November, nineteen 'h f .-,, 'wh0g0
huudrcil ilnii Tilno Yokolinma. Janau. ...... ,...., .'.. -. . ..,. ',..
cvlliiy KraiMiaiuu iium iaiue,uiii, in
a teacher at Punahoii. Sunday after-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry von Holt will
leave shortly for nn extended trip
to Kurope. Their children will ac
company them as far as San Fran
noon Mr. and Mrs. Babbitt Invited a
Tho following Invitation has been
received by Honolulu's smart set' (i
... , ,... MMiiin,,, HIMi.iril Castle
ur. uiiu ,ii. --- -.
Miss Castle . , ?
At Home ;
Thursday evening, February tho third
At halt after eight o'clock . "JC
r ,.,n dirtlpa hniA been aiiw
lound-the Island trips tho past v.ecVt,f
Mopping at Halelvva .for lunch. Al
louilsts ore fascinated with this dc?
lighlful sKt, which they nro always.1
rnrprlstd to come us)n bo nuoxpocHJ
cdly., -j .-a
- ' . S
Mr. and Mis Will Davles of I'uim-X
ilena, California, will be among into
passengers to nrrlvc on tho big Hamji
burg American liner Cleveland. wncut
ho Llops ho'-H en route for her voage J
around tho world. Jn the party wiui
nlso be thirty two Los Angeiea iieopi.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gustavo Schaefor wore
number of friends to meet Dr,.nudvj!S6t'and'hostess at an Informal dinner
Mrs. Clnrk at thejr ISmianu street i,lel!dny evening, January 2Gth.
home, ' I ..!)
' Mr. nnd Mrs. Augustus Kriudsen.
After making calls. In Nuuanu ,,B11.lrlo.i D thB Manchuria. January
?.lnl- .8,-A- naldwln. Mrs. I. M. Cox.'c8CO nnd wi remain with relatives Valley about fifteen or twenty pco- tv,enty.fourt. for the mainland
111 f Tt ffnl II !( T (.-in A I.lil.lt ... .. -.... at -.. " 1. '
Zephyrs from Old New
We ;giye Green Stamps too
Mrs. J. P. Cooke, Mrs. Lawrence Judd,
Mrs. wt ii. Karrlngton, Mrs. C. W.
The Merchants' Association Imll
for tho Chief Potty Officers and War-1
rent Officers to be given at the i
Young Hotel, on Wednesday evening,
February second Is to be Invltutlonnl,
and" promises to be un elaborate af
fair. Th,e decorations will be strik
ingly handsome; the music from two
quintet clubs, Is enough, to draw all
lovers of the terpslchorlan art to
their feet. The patronesses will be
well 'known society wpmen and It
cannot fall to bo an entertainment
worthy of the men In whoso honor
tho function Is to be given. I
The Palolo Social Club hyhl Us reg
ular card party last Thursday even
ing. After a number of games of pro
gressive pedro were played, at which
Mrs. Thos. llojd won tho first prize
for ladles, and Mr. Ormlston captured
the prize for gentlemen, refreshments
were served. Those who attended
were Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, Mr. and
.Mrs. Merrill, Mr,, and Mrs. Ormlston,
Mr, and Mrs. Schoenlng, Mr. and Mrs.
Patten, Mr, nnd Mrs. Foster, Mr. and
Mrs. WdoouCMrs, rlghCMiv Clyde
Wright, Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. MiStocker and her dnughter,
have been confined to their home for
some time with "grip," thus being
deprived of enjoying many of the
pleasant affairs given the past week.
Mr. McStoclser was alio n vlctlon to
this malady, but has recovered suffi
ciently to be able to return to busi
ness. It Is hoped that the other mem
bers of the family will soon be ablo
to meet their friends In the social
circle wheru thoy have becu missed.
Lieut, and Mis. Ilarnard of tho
Cth Cnvnlry wore host and hostess ut
an enjoyable dinner Friday, at their
cozy home at Lcllchua,
Lieut, unit Mrs. Uarton of the Stli
Cavalry entertained delightfully ut
dinner, on last Tueadav nt Sehnflelit
llarracks, The color scheme for the '
dinner was red, Among those pres
ent wore Captain nnd .Mrs. S"ales,
Lieut, and Mis. Smith.
Dr. and 'Mrs. J, Q, A. Henry of Los
Angeles, the fonuer until recently
pastor of a Los Angeles nuptlot
church, will arilvo by' the China en
during their absence. They will plo motored, up the pall, to seo mo
visit Canon Macintosh In Knglnnd, view, nnd enjoy the magnificent sun-
Additional Social -an Page 8. ,Jg
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Dr. Isaac William Brewer, the.;J
great American authority on tropical medicine, . i
has the following to say
"Personal Hygiene In Tropical and f,Semi-4
Tropical Countries," regarding the use ol;
'.'"'TJie ute and abate of alcohol in the tropics hai been discussed with
a (rrcatdeal of feeling. The total abstainers and many others maintain
that -it is 'a deadly poison in the tropics, while others argue that it is
an absolute necessity.
, yu - t'ljje truth lies belween thes extremes.
u; V" '.''There is no doubt that a little alcohol in the shape of a light
'' wine taken with meals is beneficial to thoie who suffer from loss of an
' 'C 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 t -should
take smaller quantities." f
lust what we have been preaching all along, and?
we are not surprised to see our views connrmea?
by such an eminent autnonty as ur. prewer.
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