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'If night at the home of Mrs. Mnrylto shades formed of lolets cast n
'"' Wright, on Maklhl street. All mem- subdued light out the table. Tiio
bsrs nnd a few Invited guests wcio place cards vv'cro hand painted violets.!
"x present. A corsage bouquet was laid nt each
' Hi After several hard-fought gnmes , place where n lady was seated, and
l of pedro were played, the first prizes each malo finest was the recipient of
i going to Mrs. C. J. Schoenlng and n pansy hotitenlcr. Tho guests
I , u.Ji Mr, Thomas Doyd, refreshments were
I i i serred. A most delightful evening
II ! i wag enjoyed. Among those- present
i.'ib were Mr. nnd Mrs. Schoenlng, Mr.
liT ' and Mrs. Merrill, Mr. and MrB. Pat-
(',. 1 ten, Mr. and Mrs. Hideout, Mr. and
' ,fcs? Mrs. Ormtston, Mr. and Mrs. Foster,
i Mr, and Mrs. Iloyd, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
ifi Mary Wright, Mr. Claude Wright.
" " Ths next meeting of tho club will
it i In. I.aI nt ntinmna lln.til'a l.n.i.n It.
1 I... WU IIVIU tlW 1.I..1.I..O .JUJUO li.'.I.V, ..
'.' Palolo, on Thursday, March 24.
-, '" Mrs. Hamns' House Party.
iiii Mrs. J. K. C. Hagens gavo n de-
V .it llghtful hruiso party to a number of
JjhtJi her friends nt Pearl City. Tho
,, guests wcro Invited from Wednesday
'Jq3 to Friday, and those present enjojed
a themselves In every woy iioaslblc.
f, Fishing and, crabbing parties' were
S0,T organized nnd formed oncltpf the
fju out-oNdoor amusements, VhUd In-'
' J tao doors hrldgc-whlst and mtisl(!"help
' i,-, d to while away the nllToo'khqrt
6' hours of tho visit. ""lis::
r Invitations have been sent out for
h a, farewell card party to u. (lveiw
it hy Mrs. llngcns next week'"pctor tot
her departure for Kuropo. Mrs. Ha-"4
j gens expects In travel on tho con
.! fluent fnr rIy iiimitlm. nml wilt vlftlt
tuch countries as I'rntice, Ccrnm'uy,
tw Bwltzcrland and .the Hrltlsh Isles..,.
Mlit Soper's Bridge Luncheon.
If H.flaa WSitwio nnVA n ltflittni liinnhnnH
I . wifOD lu(i;i h" U "l lISu ililltVUlt
ll-j In honor of Miss Irmgard Schacfcr.
I'l'ThlirBitnv. All thn ilprntntlfintf itnij
in favors were hcart-ehaned. emblematic
l Miss Schaercrs approaching wed
f, dlng(-r.A profusion ot,dcllcato pink
begonlns were used on the tnbje, com-
lilnA.1 n'llh ntnlilnnlitiln fart. Ilnn.t.
painted wedding bells wcro used as
placo cards. Tho boxes containing the
salted almonds vcro hand painted. Tho
present wero Governor nnd Mrs. Frcar,
Mr. and Mrs. 1). F. Dillingham, Mr.
Percy Cleghorn, Miss Hough, and tho
Miss Wlntton's Dinner.
Miss Nannie Winston gavo n roso
dinner Saturday evening In honor of
Miss Armstrong of Evnnston, IlhTho
dinner was given at the Moana Hotel,
whero Miss Winston resides. Tho
tnblo wasf beautiful with sparkling cut
glass, twinkling candles encasod In
dainty rose shades, nnd tliii many ac
cessories that tend to make a dinner
tnblo beautiful nnd. nttrncthc. Tim
central decoration was a largo fancy
basket containing loug-BtommciKLiucr-lean
Ileauty roseB. The handlo-of tho
basket was entwined In smllax and'
rose tulle. Intlnlteslmat'electrlc lights
were cleverly concealed under shades
TSfn-csCntUig roses. These roes nest
ling unaeruoaiu mo nine prouuecu a
novel effect. On this occasion many
xhttrfguwns were worn Jjy tho fair sex
After dinner coffeo and liquors were
.wrvcil n,i1J0 hroad hinals of tho ho
:tylgij.a?er 'in tho"oV0nfhg thu p'irt
lifirjteipaied in mflJsauirciny evening
hop, which was given that evening at
tlio;.M.jna.Ji Among Miss Winston's
guests .were Mr. and Mrs, McMurray
of Cfilcngo, 111.; Miss Armstrong, Mr,
an'rt- Mrs. Jnmcs Cockburn, Hr. and
Mrs. Harvey Murray, Mls3 Anderson
Mr. Charles Pond McAvry, Mr. David
Andurbon, and others.
Mrs. E. E. Paxton't Luncheon.
Ulglft covers wero arranged at the
luncheon at which Mrs. vPaxton pre
sided as hostess on Wednesday at her
pretty homo' In Mnnoa Valley.v The
tnblo was bedecked with long stem
meet American Uenuty roses and trail
Ing asparagus vino. Luncheon was
:l - guest of honor was presentejl with- -?Wyed ttt ono o'clock, and a delicious
' i . . ....... tnii.ol It itna Aflnn Innidiiwin thn enu.
guest book In which all thoso ircsent
wrote their names, the cover tit Mllcir --" nnd their hostess played
book Vas cleverly designed hy tho Uko. Thoto present wero" Mrs. n.
hostess, who by the way, Is n talented l:- I'--''"0". Mrs. I)rrln Thurston, Mrs.
nrtltt. All thu favors and plaen cnR1n
wert her work. After IiuuHcm tlht
eleven guests and their hostessjplayed,
bridge. Among those who -.euloreil
Miss Soper's hospitality wct(?""M1sh-
J. Waldron, Miss Ml Paty Mra. Ernoxt
Ross. Mrs1. Frederick Kdebalipfi-'jlts:
George Itodlck, Mrs. Arthur Derg,
Mrs. Ilancberg, Miss Helen AlexpnOvr.J
Airs, ucue jones, jmish aiiiuo vvarti.
Mr. 'James Bdjjgherty'i Stag Dinner.
One of the Jolllest stag dinners was
given Thursday evening by Mr. Juniej
Dougherty In honor of tho' now offlcrs
of the Elks' oigo for tho cmmjng
year. The Elks' colors purplo and
gold wcro used effectively In tho
dining room as a decoration. Yellow
coreopsis was tho flower chosen to
carry out tho gold decoration. Tho
pines cards were monogrammed' In
gold and tied with purple satin ribbon.
Among those present wcro Mr. James
Dougherty, Mr, George KIcitgol, Mr. J.
Morton Itlggs, Mr. Moss, Mr. Walter
Emory, Mr. Drummond, Mr. I.loyd
Conkllng, Mr, Druko, Mr. Ed Parts and
Mr. E. Douthett.
Mrs. James Hough's Dinner,
Mrs. James Hough of Stockton, Cal
ifornia, accompanied by her daughter,
has spent tho winter In Honolulu, nnd
are guests nt tho Moana Hotel, R.nc;
a most delightful dinner compliment'
nry to Governor nnd Mrs. Frcar. Tho
table was beautifully decorated with
masses of violets. The center ptoco
was a hank o" theso woodland beau
ties,, with n basket filled with tho
same lovely flowers In which maiden-
repast It was. After luncheon tho sev-
Pearton, Mrs. Mannlo Phillips and lrcr
WBterf 'Mh, Myers of San Francisco
Mrs. Frederick" "Klamp. MrB. Hobdy
nnd Mfs. Zeno K.'Mjcrs.
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Mrs. Charles Wilder s Luncheon.
Mrs. Charles Wilder entertained
Tuesday nt luncheon In honor of Mrs
W. A. Doble of San Frnnclhco. Tho
l-nblu decorntlonB were of Jacklnmot
roses. Theso beautiful roses vrcro ar
ranged In Indian baskets. A lattice
work of smllax was arr"ansed fim the
chandelier to tho tnblo, whllu mono
grnnimcd plncu cards embossed In
gold were used. After luncheon the
gucstB tujojcil several rubbers of
bridge. Among thoso present were
Mrs. Charles Wilder. Mrs. V. A.
Doblo, Mrs. tircsse, Mrs. Matson, Mrs
Focko, Miss Wood, Mrs. Scale, Mrs.
Arthur Drown, Mrs. E. Faxon Illshop,'
Mrs. Edward Tenny, Mrs. Jnck Dow
sett, Miss Walker, Mrs. Dralnnrd
Smith and Mrs, A ..I. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown's Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Drown's din
ner Was greatly enjojed by tho cotcrlo
of joung pcuplu that wero present.
Tho dinner was given Tuesday eve
ning In honor of Miss Matson,, Miss
McMalion nnd Miss Znbrlskl. Tho tnblo
was clccorted In hot housu flowers and
maldenfiair fems. Among thoso pres
ent weru Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Drown.
Miss McMalion, Miss Zabrlskl, Miss
Kennedy, Mr. Waller Delllngham, Mr.
Illchai'd Wright and .Mr. Will Holh.
Lord Kitchener, who covered himself
with glory In tho Doer wnr, and Inter
was conqueror In tho Sudan when tho
Khnllfa was utterly routed, and who
has mado himself fnmoita. for all this
briivery, "A HI he a passenger on tho
Cnnndlun-Austrnllan steamer Marama,
arriving hero on March 2tli en route
to Vancouver. Tills distinguished, gen
eral will recclvo an ovation from tho
Drltlsh .citizens, nnd every courtesy
will be accorded him by tho American
community ns well, for his valor and
achievements arc knoyn tho world ov
er nnd ho has won tho admiration and
honor which Is his due.
Mr. and Mrs. James 11. Adams of
l.os Angeles departed on the Korea.
Tuesday, March 8th, after n sojourn of
a month nt tho Moana Hotel. Theso
charming people nro to cnamourel
with Honolulu that this has been'
their third visit hero either on their
return from a world-wide trip, in tho
coming" September they will ho hero on
their mound tho world trip. Mvnud
Mrs. Adams have endeared themselves
to thoMi who hnvo had tho pleasuro of
meeting them by their quiet and un
i ," it 1c ..
Tuesday, Mnich Sth, tho Hawaiian
Unnd was kept qulfo busy In furnlEh
Ingftho music which was to speed tho
rassengers of thu transjiort Thomas,
17, S. A., and tho Korea later, who
wero en routo to tho Coast, filling
tho' cars of thoso who walked tho ging'
plank with melody and their" lnarts1
with regret that this wasa farewell
to tho Jslnnds, whero tonic caino to
regain health nnd others for pleasured
A Skin of Beauty is a Jay Foravei
pR. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
lJ CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUIIFIER
nmov.. Ttn, riaifiM,
freckles Motb Valcli...
ItMb. and b.lB pluaM-K,
ion rT.rr divdii.ii
(tq beauty and ua
floa d.iactlon XI
baa atund Iba teat
of 0)1 acuta, anu
I. ao hariiitata wa
taal.lt It be.urcl
Is iiroptrlv maila
Itll of .liuQu
Satrt aal-i to I
Mr of lb. baul
aon (a bailttitt'
A rou M1'
will baa th .J.
i& x. i r.aommand
'.lAumuil'a rrnnni a. tba Ivart barmfoi ol all lb:
Aiu ptf raraiiona." fr nr aala br all dniMi.1. aid I aoe.
flood, llval.ra In th United Stama, Oanadft and Curoba
lfiD.J.U0PUXS,r(r,B..3GiutJ:iiei Slnti InV
and Is n guest ofho Ilau Trco,at Val-
KlKl. lira, uobertson has been noted
fnr tier lipnlltv iitwl ttiimlnrllv fn Snnt.
tlo social circles from early girlhood,
and thoro has been no dimlnlshmcnt
to her attractions, which render her a
Mr. Ralph Clark who Is connected
with tho lumber firm of Wheeler, Os
good is Co., of Tncoma, Washington,
Is a guest at the Young Hotel and
will remain on tho Islands for HOnio
time. Mr. Clark Is un enterprises
young uusiness man wno nas a num
ber of friends In Honolulu.
Mrs. Vernon U Tenncy, who has
been a visitor lit the rcstdenco of Mr.
nnd Mrs. IMwnrd Tcnney, will leave
for her homo on tho mainland on tho
IJunlno, sailing March 15lh. Mrs.
Tenney will bo accompanied by her
young Bon. '
Mr. II. F, Wlchiunn departed for the
mainland on tho Korea for n trip to
the larger Kastern cities, and may ex
tend his Journey to Eurnpo, as there
Is no deflnlto tlmo fixed for his return.
Miss Helen Quarels, daughter of
Judgo and Mrs. Quarels, leaves shoit
ly for tho mainland, nnd will nccom-
i pany Miss Wadmau abroad. Honolulu
win ioso another pretty nnd attractive
girl belonging tOjtho younger society
set. Doth of theso young girls will
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tnko tho Mcdlterrnncnn trip prior to
Ecttltng down tt) tiiclr study of music,
which is tho purpose 'of these hrjght
nnd ambitious girls In spending a year
or inoio In Germany. A delightful
trip la before them and they aru to be
congratulated In being nblo to visit
tills beautiful portion of tlio old world
and to enjoy, tho advantages of travel
and study. They nro both popular nnd
will bo greatly missed lu the clrclo
In which they move.
Mr. and .Mre. Rudolph Leeds, who
spent four months Inst year nt the
Moana Hotel, will nrrlvo tho last .if
tho month on tho Korea, nnd will
spend' flvo or bIx months In Honolulu.
Mr. Leeds Is mi Indiana millionaire,
and last yoar was bo Impressed with
Honolulu that ho contemplated buy
ing a homo In this city. Mr. and MrB.
Leeds wcro very popular socially nnd
wcro cxtons(vely cntertnlncd lust
year. Tho news that they are rctur.i
ing will gladden the hearts of many
of their Mends. Mrs. Lecdi, Sr., may
accompany her eon and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Pecplcs of Seattle,
Washington, hnvo taken'npnrtmcnts nt
tho Moana Hotel. Mrs. Pceplcs Is one
of the; prettiest women that has ever
vlsltotl In the Islands. She Is a petite
dcinl blonde with n dazzling complex
ion, dark 'hair and blue eyes. Mr. and
Mrs. Pccples nro enamoured with the
Islands nnd nro planning to remain a
month. Mr. Peoples brought down his
lirgo touring car, u Plcrco Arrow, nnd
they nnd their friends can bo scon
skimming over tho excellent roads
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Miss Irmgard Schnefer. who will be
come tho bride of MjJlobert Elgin un
Uastcr'Monday, has been the Incentive
for much entertainment. Friday, Mrs.
Charles Wilder gavo a pro-nupllcl
luncheon In her honor. The decora-
nuns uutl jaturs cumeu um uiUtpru-
nuptial Idea, jd,ud the affair was, one
of tho prettfe'st arid "most elaborate
of tfie week. Anything that Mrs.
Charles Wilder attempts In the enter
tainment lino Is sure to he unique and
enjoyable, and thU affair proved no
exception to the rule.
Advices from. San Francisco havo
been recchcii hy tho friends of Prin
cess Kawanannkoa that sho Is again
able to take 'her place In the ''social
world. of that, city nnd thcro Is great
rejoicing over tho fact, for her ab
senco from tho social functions, whero
her beauty a'nd vivacity hnvo mado
her so popular, left a great void. Shu
Is not only n bright and wolcomo guest
at other entertainments, but Is gifted
In the art of, entertaining, an.l Is a
most graceful hostess.
Mr. Noblo nnd Miss Wcnnor of
Seattle, Wash, nro being "welcomed
by their numerous friends In Hono
lulu. Theso 'charming women arrived
by tho Canadian boat last Saturday.
Miss Wcnier Is nn out-of-door girl, so,
naturally, enjoys the Islands. Sho Is
an expert swimmer and diver, a fear
less horsewoman nnd nn enthusiastic
Mr. Iavlii Anderson and his Bister,
Miss Anderson, nro occupying Judgo
and Mrs. Sidney Ilnllou's homo "Ov
erseas" In Nun ami Vnlley, while
Judgo aud Mrs. Hallou aro sojourning
In tho Hast. Word has been received
that tho Judgo nnd his charming wlfo
had a pleasant trip on the Mongolia,
which sailed for San Francisco last
Mr. nnd Mre. J. II, Rico nnd son,
who have been visiting fritnds In Ho
nolulu, expect to leave on tho Alameda
for San Francisco.
Mr, and Mrs. Dncnn of Scattlo havo
como to Honolulu to test tho attrac
tions of tho "Paradise of tho Paclflc."
and froip all accounts they think that
Opened Monday, March 7, 1910
Thirty Comfortable Rooms, Tastefully
Furnished, with the Most Approved
Particular attention will be given to the table; . ','
both cuisine and service will be the best.
Room and Board,
from $40 to $60 per month
The location on beautiful Berctania Avenue in the select
lMakiki district is an assurance of comfort, and the near
ness to the business and theater districts will, make'
T-HE DONNA a rnost desirable residence. ;
Car station in front of Hotel. Rooms Mosquito-Proof '
Inspection cordially invited.
Mrs. C. J. McCarthy, Proprietor
Wah Chong Co.,
27 Hotel Street,
bet. Nuuanix & Bethel
Sale begins Saturday 4
Morning at 8 o'clock
Big, Reductions In All
tho beauty of tho placo, cllmato and
everything connected with tho Island
city-Is much more than thoy exnocted
to find. In fact tho halt had not hocn
told.. They nro enjoying every mo
ment of their visit hero and are most
happily Impressed with It and the peo
ple they meet. "
Mrs. Herman Focke was tho hostess
Monday' at a beautifully appointed
luncheon which was elven In honor
of Miss Irmgard Schacfcr! who will
soon bocomo the bride of Mr. Robert
Elgin of Hawaii. Ovor a dozen guests
wero present. The table appointments
wcro exquisite,' and the lablo was' dec-,
orated In tho favorlto flowers of tho
guest of honor. After luncheon the
afternoon was dooted to music and
Xnothor cngagoment Is rumored
among tho Army circles. ''Bo patient
and your patience may bo rowarded
about Easter time.
iMIss Adn Rhodes of this city Is vis
iting Mr, and Mrs. Francis a ay on tho
Island of Kauat. Miss Rhodes' depart
ure from Honolulu has been keenly felt
by the young pcoplo of Honolulu, for
sho Is a great social favorlto. Miss
Rhodes will remain about ono month
' Sunday, Doctor and Mrs. Charles
Rryant Cooper will entertain at a
homo party at their beautiful moun
tain homo on Tantalus. Tho affair Is
being given In honor of Captain and
Mrs. Matson, Mr. and MrB. Brcsso,
and their party,
Mrs. Samuel Dunning, wlfo of Major
Dunning, was the hostess at a beauti
fully appointed luncheon Thursday at
her homo at Fort Shatter, - s
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