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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY. PHI). 12. 1910.
as SOCIAL CHATTER :ssg: HOME TALK .
AFTER seven days of mcrrj mak
ing Uas replete with pleas
ure to the participants mid to
the bestow ers of hospitality ns
well the fleet has sailed from
these shores and Honolulu will
leturn to Its normal social state and
think over the pleasures that are
past anil dream of the day when the
United States government decrees
that the fleet shall again visit the Isl
ands of the mid Pacific. Honolulu tin-
questionably did herself proud In tho
v manner of her entertaining. From
tho Admiral to tho seamen w;ts mark
ed with tho deidre to K!Vu pleasure
and show honor to the men who arc
so valiant and Intrepid when danger
menaces us. Prom tho time of tho
arrival of the "Men of War" Honolulu
has heen Indefatlgahlo In making it
a delight for tho men Every sort of
an enteitalnmcnt was given, and to
the credit of the promoters of tho
dances given at tho hotels for the
sailors It was distinctly with n deslro
to ghe tho men a happy remembrance
of the sort of pcoplo who arc happiest
when making others happy The Mer
chants' Association did their part In
' giving the two halls for tho petty of
ficers will to tho men of the fleet.
Doth reflected tho good fellowship
which tho representative men who
constitute this association feel tow
ard tho strangers whoso home Is on
the deep blue sea. Tho cummniulor
In chief of these men was touched and
gratlflod by tho kind attention to "his
boys" and tho bos themselves appro
t elated tho good times given them, and
will alwajs onrr an aloha for tho
"City of Rainbows,'' and It Is hoped
that on each succeeding visit of tho
Pacific fleet good cheer will bo as
liberally dispell ad
Judgs and Mrs. Gallou's Dinner.
The beautiful home of Judgo and
Mrs Sidney Ilallou was tho setting for
a delightful dinner Thursday evening.
The table was In pink and green, a
profusion of pink begonias and maid
enhair fern enhancing tho beauty of
the table, with Its glittering stiver and
sparkling cut glass. Covers wcro laid
for ten. After dinner the patty re
paired to tho drawlngron it, ami en
joyed the novelty of a wood fire, which
was burning In the largo and artistic
fire place. During tho evening tho
hostess plad several musical num
bers that wero heartily appreciated by
Lthe guests. Among Judge and Mrs.
Ballou's guests wero Mrs. Parker and
Mrs. Turner of Los Angetcs. Mr. and
Mrs. David Ulce of Huston, Mass. Dr.
and Mrs. nurdctto of California, ex
Governor Cleghorn and Lieut. Chilton.
Jtn. Charles Crane's Bridge Party.
A number of guests enjoyed the
hospitality of Mrs. Crano Tuesday
afternoon nt a bridge party, given
In honor of her mother, Mrs. Jen
nings, prior to her departure for
Kauai. The house was exquisitely
decorated In Bcarlet polnsellas and
palms and hnnglng baskets of ferns.
AH the guests were warm personal
friends of tho guest of honor, and a
number were tourists, who Mrs.
Crane and her mother had known on
the Coast. Delicious refreshments
wero served and after the lattor part
of the afternoon was devoted to mu
sic. Mrs. Crane sang several vocal
selections which were enthusiastical
TT IS DECIDEDLY UNSAFE to use ordinary
city water for drinking purposes. Our
DISTILLED WATER is healthful and free from
all impurities. So are our SODA WATERS of
Send us a trial order for assorted Soda
Water and for a bottle of Distilled Water.
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ly encored by tho guests, Mrs. Lewis
of Salt Lake, who Is a brilliant pian
ist, performed several instrumental
pieces. Among Mrs. Cmiio'b guests
were Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Lewis of
Salt Lake City, Mrs. Henry Williams,
Mrs. Hnrvcy of Chicago, 111., Mrs.
Dttggan and Mrs. Hnben of Califor
nia, Mrs. Smith of Springfield, III..
Mrs. K. Ilusej of San Prnnclsco, Mrs.
Smith of Salt I.nko ami others.
Dr. and Mrs. James Judd's Sinner.
One of tho most charming little
uiimiTB ui wie weeKi was iiic ""
given by Dr. and Mrs. Judd at their
beautiful bungalow, overlooking tho
sen. Hcd was chot-en as tho color
scheme, the centrnl tnblo decoration,
the candles with their pretty shades,
the place cards, even the salad was
arranged to carry out the color
scheme. After dinner a nnnlcale
evening was enjojod, this cntertnln-
mont being contributed by the
gucsln. Among those who enjoyed
this oung couple's hospitality wcro
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. F. Prosser, Miss
Prosser of New York, Miss Thatcher
of California, Mr. Henry Wlchman
and Doctor Hnnitis.
The Palolo Social Club held Its
regular meeting nt tho rcsldenco of
C. J. Schocnlng, In Palolo Valley,
last Thursday evening.
After tho usual number of games
of pedro had been plajcd, In which
the first prizes wero won by Mr. and
Mrs. Patten, refreshments were
Bervcd. These were followed by tho
first part of a minstrel show, com
posed of Messrs. Ormlston, Poster
nml Mnrrlll Thla Inllnr nnrt nf (tin
entertainment was a sort of surprlso
to many of tho members of the club
nnd surely fulfilled Its mission from
tho way tho "funny men" wero en
cored. Dinrcr on South Dakota.
Lieut. .Commander Chester" Wells
and Limit. Jackson entertained nt an
elaborato dinner, In the wardroom otj
the South Dakota on Monday last. I
Tho long tnblo at which eighteen j
guests were seated, was bedecked
with mamon cochet roses and maid
en hair. During dinner tho shIp'B
orchestra played. The two hosts en
tertained complimentary to Captain
and Mrs. Marlx and their niece. Miss I
Katherlno Stephens, and Mrs. C.
Ilocdcficld and Miss Anno Tucker of I
this city. Later tho guests attended"
the ball at the Roynl Hnwallan ho
tel. Kunalu Boat Club Dance.
r Tho danco glvctt Monday evening by
the Kunalu Iiaat Club was a great suc-
cess. Tho affair was given In honor
of tho officers of tho Pacific fleet and '
was greatly enjoyed by thoso who par-1
iicipatcit in mix anair. i no pretty '
hall, where the dancing took place, i
presented nn nttractlvo appoarancol
and In Its gala garb nf pennants,
palms nnd Chluoro lantorns. Among
those Instrumental In giving the hop
wero Miss McCorrlston, Mlssos Spald
ing, Miss Wlckstrum, Miss MJcrer,
Miss K. Stephens, Mlsa Kara Lucas,
Misses Catton, Mis Prntt MIbr Lang
ton, Miss North, Miss richer, Miss C.
Hall, Misses Angus, Miss Cooper, Miss
Olrvln and others.
Admiral Sebrce Entertains.
Lust Monday, Admiral Sebrce en
tertained at luncheon on board the
V. S. S. California which Is now tho
flagship of this distinguished, per
sonage. This function was given In
honor of Lt. and Mrs. Ward, U. S. A.
of Port Do IlUBsy. Tho former Is a
cousin of Admiral Scbree. The lun
cheon was perfect In nil its details
and the decorations were unique nn1
beautiful. After tiffin tho entire
party attended Oovcrnor nnd Mrs.
Prcnr's reception nt Arcadia, which
took place from 4 to G.
Mrs. Renton's Bridge Luncheon.
Mrs. Gcorgo Kenton's luncheon nt
her home nt Kwaglven on Thursday
last, was ono of tho pleasant affairs
of tho week. Tho party left on tho
9:15 train, arriving in time to try the
fresh water swimming pool that has
Just been finished. After an Ideal
plunge, and swim, luncheon was served
and tho remainder of tho day dovotcd
to bridge. Among those present wefo
Mrs. Z. K. Mcrs, Mrs. Richardson,
Mrs' Carl Hagens, Mrs. J. Morton
niggs. Mrs. James Dougherty, Mrs.
Theodore Lansing, Mrs. Clifford I).
High and others.
Dr. and Mrs. Judd's Rouse Party. .
Dr. and Mrs. James Judd will glvo
a week-end party at the Judd coun
try place, Kcalohiwal. The party
will motor over tho Pall this after
noon, arriving in time for dinner.
This beautiful homo is situated on
tho windward side of tho Island, pos
sesses a fine swimming pool and Is well
equipped for entertaining. Tho par
ty will return to town Monday.
Among Dr. and Mrs. Judd's guests
will be Dr. and Mrs. Hohdy, nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Alonzo Gartley.
Tea On Board the U, S. S. California.
A delightful tea was gltcn Satur
day afternoon aboard tho U. S. S.
California, by the wardroom ofllcers.
Tho guests were Invited ror 4 o'clock,
During tho tea, which was served on
tho quarterdeck, tho ship's orchestra
plajed. After refreshments tho rest
of tho afternoon was devoted to danc
ing. Among thoso present wcro Mrs.
Bocdefelt.MIss Constance Restarlck,
Miss Dollex McCoxrlBton, Miss Helen
Olrvln, Miss 8ara Lucas, Lieut. Jack
son of Ute South Dakota, and tho ward
room offlcors of the California.
Mr. Waltar Dillingham's Dinner.
Mr. Wnlter Dillingham enlei'talned
In honor of MIfh Alice Hedemann and
Mr. Harold Castle Thursd ly oteulng.
Pink roses wcro used as decorations,
combined with smilax. Thoso present
wcro Mies Allco Hedemann, Miss
Vera Damon JIIss Dcatrlco Castlo.
Mies Irene Ptsher, Miss Julia Whlto,
Mr, and Mrs. Harold Dillingham
Mrs Harold Cnstlo, Will iloth. Dr.
Hedemann nnd Walter Dillingham.
Mr. Jack Young's Dinner. '
Mr. Jack Young gavo a Jolly llttlo
dinner Monday ovenlns Covers wero
laid for ten, nnd the color scheme was
pink and green. Among thooo present
wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Young. Miss
Wlckstrum. Miss CuiiBtanco Restar
ted, Miss R. Catton, MrsB Hello Mc
Corrlston, Mr. J. Young, Lieut Hooper
of tho South Dakota, Lieut. Olassford
of the West Virginia and Mr. Irvine
of the California,
Captain Carpenter's Tea.
Captain Carpenter of the U. S. M.
C, nnd who Is stationed on tho U.
S. S. Tennessee wns the host at n
most attractive tea, given on board
tils ship, Sunday. Tho affair was
given In honor of tho local Marino
Officers and their wives nlid friends.
Mr. Dillingham's Dinner.
Mr. Walter Dillingham mailo ft gen
ial host Saturday evening at his homo
oh Ilcrctnnla street. Lieutenant Com
mander Olmstcod of the U. S. 8. Ten
nessee was tho complimented guest.
Among thoso present wero Mr. and
Mrs. U. P. Dillingham, Mr. nnd Mrs.
George Peavy of Minneapolis, Mrs.
Murphy, Mr. Olmstead and others.
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper's Dinner.
Monday evening Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Cooper entertained In honor
of Lieutenant Commander Olmsted of
tho navy. Tho tnblo was bedecked In
roses and smilax. After dinner tho
party motored to tho Royal Hawaiian
hotel, and attended tho nop, which
was given that ovenlng In honor of
tho ofllcers of tho Pacific fleet.
Governor and Mrs. Friar's Breakfast.
Governor and Mrs. Krcar entertained
delightfully at breakfast Sunday morn
ing. In honor of a number of tho offi
cers of the Pacific fleet. Covers were
laid for twelve, and a delicious repast
was Bervcd. '
The Outrigger Club aro busy In
their efforts to provide entertainment
to the visitors on the Cleveland, who
hnvo arrived In Honolulu, and whoso
Btopovcr prtvllego will bo limited,
a form of entertainment, both unl
quo and exhilarating. Tho dexte-
rlous manner In which tho Club
members handle a surf boat, or use
the board to rldo tho waves, will bo
a revelation to thoso who havo nover
seen, t experienced tho sport, one
great feature win do tno pictures
taken on the platform erected on the
reef for tho placing of the moving
picture machine, and as the surfers
rush by, It will be a scene not soon
forgotten. Cups, will bo awarded to
the ones doing the best surfing
stunts, to tho girl, boy or man.
The Kamehameha Aquatic Club will
send Its women crows of paddlers;
six paddling canoes and sailing ca
noes. The Hawaiian men, women
nnd children rjf the Club" will prepare
pol, Hawaiian style, and a pig will
bo luaucd, In honor of Frank Clark,
and QovcrnorFrcar, who will pre
sent the cups to the successful surf
ers. Surely no more seemly enter
tainment could be offered to the
globe-trotters who nrosln search of
amusement, and aro encircling tho
world to find It.
The Columbia Park boys plan to
entertain Honolulu, at tho Hawaiian
Opera House, on tho evening of Feb
ruary seventeenth, In a vnudevlllo
show, and on the eighteenth of Feb
ruary,' an old-tlmo minstrel perform
ance In the "Way Down South" style,
which will at once appeal to tho fun
lovers, and on the following night
more vaudeville, but a changeiln the
program. A good sized house should
greot each performance, as the show
Tho Rojal Hawaiian Hotel was In
gala dress on Monday evening, Feb
ruary 7th, to "speed tho parting of
guests" and to present a samplo of
ono of tho dances enjoyed In days of
orq to tho guests of tho Young and
Monna Hotels, given by tho manage
ment of tho three hotels, and It Is ru
mored that a scries of these dances
may bo giver. It tho tourists con
ttnuo making their trips horoand tho
Honolulu folk deslro to entertain thorn
and glvo a good Impression of their
ability and comfort of giving enter
tainments tho Hawaiian Hotel with
Its amplo accommodations, beautiful
Iannis, excellent floors and tropical
surroundings, Is an Ideal placo to en
Joy tho mazy dance. Tho brilliant
lights as-they shown from every post
and treo In the grounds as woll as
from the attracttvo hotel with Its cir
cular lanals filled with fair women In
tholr choice gowns of oxqutslte col
oring nnd dainty accessories was cer
tainly a lo'voly sight to look upon.
From tho tlmo Kaal'a Orchestra
played tho first strains of his Intmlt
nblo muslo until tbo last notes wero
heard there was no cessation to waltz
or two step Many strangers from dif
ferent parts of tho world and less fa
vored climate. were present and en
joyed tho novolty of dancing In the
open air, and to tho kamaalna It was
a renowal of, tho good old times.
Tho cltlzons of Honolulu aro again
In tqtich with a, largo perccntago of
tho outstdo world. Tho mammoth
steamship Cleveland Is In port 'With
Kb soven hundred passongers, who In
tend to enjoy each moment of the
precious ,tlmo allotted them. Now
faces meet you at every turn and the
streets present such an unusually
busy nspect that you wonder what all
this activity means. It Is a. pleasing
sight, ono to gladden the heart of a
true kamaalna when t,Hoy jienr iese
new pcoplo express their admiration
of this beautiful city, wondering- at Its
tip-to-dnto nppoaranco, Its flno build
ings, luxurious hotels, woll groomed
I men, tabtefully dressed women, all
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looking. ,ft they are, to the manor
born, for tho rapid stridor of this
growing city has impressed them, nnd
who can wonder. The glorious moun
tains overlooking the broad expanse
of ocean, the blue skies, bal
my nlr and tho tropical plants
tho wealth of verdure, tho
open nlr life health giving and an
over source of happiness contrast it
with tho rigors of tho climato they
have left, then they cease to wonder
why Honolulu Is called tho Paradlr.o
of tho Pacific.
Lieutenant Commander Holdcn A.
ttvans, Naval Constructor, U. S. N.,
of the Mare Island Navy Yard, Cali
fornia, and Miss Frances Ingcrsoll,
daughter of Mrs. Harriet Hlldreth,
were married nt tho residence of tho
bride's mother, on Wednesday, Feb
ruary second. Mrs. Evans, Is a na
tive of Iioston, and received all of
the educational advantages which
that historic and cultured place Is so
t hlo ttf-give. She was graduated from
Wellcsley, and went to Kuropo to
study;, spending several years in
Switzerland and also studied for n
time In Paris. Upon her return, sho
went to California, and met her affin
ity, Lieutenant Commander Evans.
As he was a frequent visitor nt tho
houso whero she stopped, they met of
ten nnd the friendship and admira
tion which was mutual, soon ripened
Into a warmer feeling, nnd the ac
quaintance ended In Cupid tlng tho
knot, which was a fitting termina
tion to tho little romance
A very handsome dinner was given
on Sunday evening, February Gtn, on
board tho U. S. S. West Virginia. The
complimented guests were Mr. nnd
Mrs. Henry Afong. The hosts wcro
Lieutenant Harlegan, Lieutenant-Commander
James, ,IJeutenant Olassford
and Lieutenant Spears. Dinner was
served In the ward room. Tho decorn
lions of purplo asters andmllax mado
a beautiful offrct. After tho dinner
an impromptu mustcalo.was given by
a quartette of malo voices Mr. Dough
erty, Mr. Clarence Waterman, Mr.
Hartlgan and Mr. Donovan each pos
sessed of a flno votco. Several solos
wore rendered, which added greatly
to the pleasure of tho evening. Eight
een guests were present.
jOn Monday February 7th, Lieutenant-Commander
Morfett give a four
o'clock tea on board the U. S. S.
Maryland In honor of Mrs. Harvey
Murray, Mrs. James Dougherty, Mrs.
Ddward Watson and Mrs. Frederick
Damon. After tea tho ship's band
played, and a danco on tho quarter
deck finished this pleasant afternoon
function. As usual a number of pret
ty gowns wero scon, as wo all know
that tho young matrons 'and maidens
of Honolulu aro ulw.ivg at their host
at an afternoon entertainment, an!
their pretty frocks enhanced their
fresh young beauty. About thirty
town folk enjoyed tho hospitality of
Be as particular about your home
beer as about the food for your table.
All beer has a great many good :
qualities about it;, some beer con7
tains impurities that counteract the
good effects. ' . .
In Primo Beer, brewed in Honb
lulu to suit the clfmate, you get the"
good without the harm f
A tonic and a food aged to a
perfect flavor, sterilized and filtered
a Pure Beer. That is the best
kind of a food and tonic for you,
and any doctor will tell you
Order for your family
wm mm m-W. '&mmui
Hugo Hcrzer's song recital, given
In tho b til, room of tho Alexander
Young Hotel Tuesday evening, Feb
ruary 8th, when he presented to nn
ppprcclatlvo audience eighteen vocal-1
Ists of rnro ability who wcro in ex
cellent voice and rendered tho mu3lc
In a manner which gavo unlimited
pleasure to tho audience, which was
manifested by tho frequent npplatise
tailing for repetition or a number
of the selections. Mr. Herzcr'a suc
cess ns n musical director and In
structor needs on comment, and Hono
lulu considers Itself fortunnto In hav
ing such nn'nblo and talented mu
sician as a resident.
Halclwa had a record day on Sun
day, a rcgulnr procession of motors
going around and across tho Island for
lunch at this cosy country place. It Is
hard to mako a stranger believe that
Halclwa Is really n public hotel.
Among tho townfolk whcTSvcro at
Halclwa was tho J. A. McCnndless
Jns. A. KenneiljB, tho Misses McClel-
lan with Mrs. wadhams nnd some ofll
cers of tho fleet, C. P. Moi-fces, A. J.
Campbells and many others. Halclwa
Is qulto gay with tourists, who delight
in finding such n well appolntedl hotel
In tho country.
Tho engagement of Theodore
Roosevelt Jr., was announced nt n
formal dinner given the tenth of
February, to Miss Eleanor Duller Al
exander, tho beautiful young daugh
ter of Judge Alexander, Counselor of
the American Embassy, at Paris, nnd
a prominent lawvcr. The' family nre
leaders In Now York's exclusive sot,
i.nd tho young flnnrco Is greatly ad
mired for her beauty and charming
""Ktoloknl has selected Mls3 Mary
Kaoo, to represent tho Princess of
that Island, which will glvo great
satisfaction, ns the joung girl who
Is to be well equipped, nnd hnvo a
mount worthy of her flno horseman
ship, will not only give an added
touch of beauty to the parade, but
fill her home Island with prldo in Its
On Monday evening, February sov
enth, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Afong gave
a beautifully appointed dinner at the
Aloxander Young hotel, In honor of
Lieutenant Commander Dames nnd
Lieutenant Hartlgan. Roses were
used unstintedly In thetable decdrn
tlon. A very pleasant evening was
spent, nnd Inter, the dance at the
Royal Hawaiian hotel claimed them.
Mr, and Mrs. a cor go Angus will
Icavo next month for a trip through
Europe This will bo a business and
pleasure- trip combined. Mr. Angus
Is ono of the hendmon In Davlcs &
Co., being head of tho hnrdwaro de
partment. Their first stop will bo in
Now York, later they will visit somo
of tho principal cities of Europe
Lt. Lowls of tho U. S. M. C has
received orders for tho Philippines,
and will ho detached shortly from
jyc3M me v.
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duty In Honolulu, expecting to all
for hla new station tho last of Feb
ruary, l.t. Lewis has many friends In
thoso Islands, who aro sorry to havo
this gallant voung olTlccr lcavo tho
Wednesday Miss Vera Damon en
tertained delightfully at tea, In honor
of Miss Allco Hedemann. Among
those present wcro Mrs. Damon, Miss
Vera Damon, Miss Julio Whlto, Miss
Mao Damon, Miss Margarot Whlto,
Miss Beatrice Castlo, Miss Ireno Fish
er, Mrs. Frederick Damon.
Mrs. Samuel Wilder and her moth
er will leave next month for Eng
land, whero thoy will visit Mrs. At
kinson's two daughters, who are liv
ing In Knglaml. Later In the spring,
they will Journcyto Oberammagan,
to witness (he Passion Play.
The Commercial Club Is giving a
dinner this Saturday evening, Feb
ruary twelfth, in honor of Doctor
Robert J. Durdett'c, of Pasadena, and
to Kills J. Westlake, of Minneapo
lis. Doth guests are fine 'speakers,,
and will make addresses. Dinner
dress Is prescribed for this occasion.
Tho man; friends ot Lieutenant
and Mrs. Plnkerton will bo sorry to
h'car that the former has been order-'
ed to the Philippines where he and
hla charming wlf-WHI reside for tho
next two years.' Lt. Plnkerton be- '
longs to tho II. S. Marine Corps.
MV. nndvMrs. Thomas-Edgar Robin
con, neo Jaeger, havo returned from
their honeymoon trip and are domicil
ed at their nttractlvo homo on tho
comer of Punahou and King streets,
whero they v. Ill receive their friends.
Lieut. Colonel Hunter has just re
ceived his promotion to n Colonel. Col
onel Mrs. Hunter will leave Bhortly for
Fort Riley, whero rtlio gallant officer
will be stationed.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R Orny woro passen
gers on tho Klnnu Tuesday, February
8th, for Kauai.
Mrs. fncfa'rlano left on Tuesday,
February 8th, for Kauai.
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