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,UI.u, T. II., STUIll)AY, MAIL 1!), t!10.
EVENINO HOI.T.KTIN, HONOt.
Her Easter. Bonnet Will Be '
A Real One This Year
r. . '
UK most ulaborato dinner (lint tins
over been given In Honolulu wan
WB VIVIIIll UltlUVr ftKVll UJ .Ml.
uu .hib, i-iiuru iviuit') ill uieir
beautiful Coluulnl home on (lie
corner of Pen sa cola nnd I.unnlllo Sts.
on Friday evening. One wan almost
breathless with admiration on enter
HK the dlnlnR room. Tho largo tnblo
arranged to accommodate the eighteen
fcuests and their host nnd hostess wan
coered with lavender orchids. In the
center of tho table was u large fancy
basket containing tbesu cxqulslto and
rro flowers, while from tho chnndc
lUrs were streamers of smllnx caught
ftcre and there with theso flowers. Tho
damask cloth was completely hidden
oy orchids, spra)s of maidenhair ferni
and strands of smllax. Overhead wero
suspended baskets of orchids nnd bis
kets of maidenhair fqrn. Wo all know
that orchids nro considered so precious
la Honolulu that to possess ono or two
sprays Is considered lucky. Think of
coloring a house that was simply
banked and filled with theso flowers
for. this decoration was not confined
jo the dining room, for tho drawing
room was equally ns beautiful In Itn
Adornment of orchids. Mr Tenney Is
In orchid fancier, his green houses
r the admiration of all who visit
hem. In fact the) aro considered nn
Of the show places nf Honolulu Mr.
Tenney had thce cholro llowcis rut
(o "grace his home when this dinner
wan given In honor nf his two In tlm.it o
friends, Captain and Mrs Mltsou ."VI ij.1
dinner was served nt seven o'clock.
Monogram place nrds In lcdels were
used. After dinner the remnlnder of
the.evcning was devoted to music and
brtdgo. Tlioso present wero Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Tenney Cnptaln nnd Mrs
, Matron, Mr. nnd Mrs Hresso, Doctor
' and Mrs. Charles Ilryant Ctxiwr, Ma
Jor and Mrs. George Potter, Mr nnd
Mrs, E. Faxon lllslwp Mr nnd Mrs.
Frederick Klcbahn Mr nnd Mrs. Her
man Focke, Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Wit
tftf. Mrs. Zahrlsklo and Mr. Pfoten
Mr. F. M. Swaniys Bridge Party.
' Mrs. F. M. Swaniy entertained In
formally at brldgo Wednesday. Large
bouquets of Duchess roses and Inlet
irefe awarded as prizes. Quite n nov
t)lf was Introduced, for not tho guests
ljoisesslng tho highest scores wero
awarded theso choice flowers li.it etch
Idlest wns presented either with n
largo corsage bouquet of pink roses or
fragrant violets. Later In the nfterr
noon tea nnd refreshments wero servr
rd on the lanal. Among those who qn
joyed Mrs. Bwanzy's hnsplta'lty were
Mri. hrefse, Mrs. Matson of San Fra,n
Ctbeo, Mrs. Arthur Marlx Mrs. Corwln
Pv.IteeB, Mrs. Held (who Is spending
tib Winter nt tho Mo-ma Hotel), Mrs.
Harvey Murray Mrs. Edward Tonnes
Mra. Herman Focko Mrs C. II. Woml.
Mrs, Arthur Ilrown and Mrs. Knhrlskl,
for. and Mrs. Dowsett't Pol Supper.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Dow sett enter
Mined on Tliursdny evening nt n pol
dnbDor. Thursday being St. Patrick's
faay all the decorations wore carried
but In green In honor of the Irish
There is Great Danger in Drinking City
A Telephone Message will
Or a Case of delicious Soda or Ginger Ale
snlnt Tho tabic was covered with
tropical foliage, malic It-la vveiu found
ut each plate, ami worn duilng the
evening by the guests. Ileal hoise
shoes wrapped with St Patrick's green
ribbon wero used as place cards the
horseshoe wns used ns n s)mbol of tho
good luck that was wished to each
guest piecnt. After supper n num
ber of rubbers of bridge wero enji)ed
by those present. Among Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jack Dowsett's guests wero Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wilder, Mr nnd Mrs. Edward
Tenney .Mr nnd Mrs 1'innk H.i'dvvln
of Mnnal, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wlile
uinnn Mr. and Mrs, Prank Itlchnrdson
Mr. nnd Mrs. Call llollowny. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frederick Klebrahn Miss Violet
Mnkco, Miss Margaret Walker, Miss
Agnes Wulkcr, Mrs Dowsett, Mr. Har
ry Whltne), Mr. Hobby Wnlkcr und,
Mr. Herbert Dowsett.
Mist Margaret Castle's Luncheon.
Long stemmed American lleauty
roses graced the luncheon table Tues
day at which Miss Margaret Castle
piesldcd ns tho hostess Tuesday nf
tornonn nt her beautiful homo nt Wnl
klkl. The following bevy of joting
girls wore Seated nt the flower bedeck
ed table: Miss Mnrgiret Castle, Mrs.
(lustiiv Sehaefer. Mrs. .1 W. Wuhlrou
Miss Irmgard Sehaefer, Miss .losepliino
McClonnan, Miss Vera Damon, Mis
Harold Castle, Miss Mao Damon, Miss
Nora Sturgeon, Miss Ileatrico Cattle,
.Mis Julia White.
Mrs. Samuel Wllder's Luncheon.
The violet luncheon given Wci'ncr
day by Mrs. Samuel Wilder was one
of the beautiful affairs of tho wet k
Covers wero laid for ten. Tho compli
mented guests wero Miss Mntsou nnd
Miss McMnhnn of San Francisco. Miss
Matson, who Is nn extremely pretty
girl, looked beautiful In a wisteria
colored satin princess effect, heavily i J
cmhro dcred. Miss McMnhnn was,
stunning In n I lench lingerie gown
h.iiid embroidered and trimmed In I ,
medallions of real hue. After luncheon
an Impinmptii musical program .was '
fc...1...n.l 4...n..n 1a Wild. H-a f-tinuta
lUllllL'H-ll. ,lll. fit ..- ......v. o H"---'--- I
wero Miss l.urlluo MiiIkoii, Miss Mc
Mnhan, Miss Wllhelmliin Tenney, Miss
Violet Mukee Miss Alice Mncfnrlane,
Miss Vera Damon, Miss Cordelia Oel
man Miss Mae Damon. Miss
Itolli, Miss Margaret Castle and Miss
Thtfrsdny evening Mr. nnd Mrs, Ern
est Mnlt-Smllh enlertnlned nt dinner.
The tablo was decorated In carnations
and smllnx; Among thoso profit
were Mr nnd .Mis. Ernest Mott Smith,
their hniiM.' gin'ct Mrs. Molls; Mlns
I. II Pat) Mr Alfred lltoek and Mm.
Supper Dance at Country Club.
The twenty four gursts tint vvor" In
vited Mondny evening to Miss Wll
the evening thoroughly. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Harold Cattle and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oustiv Schi"fer
Why Take This Chance?
chaperoned on this occasion. 'Iho
Count! Chili tdtuntc-d In the pictur
esque Nutianu Valley, mndu n be.iutl
rul sitting for the a flair. The club
house icoms, Including tho dining
room, wero elaborate!) decorated In
Japanese lantern nnd trinkets, while
the dinner Was not n Japanese ntTalr
All tho tltcoratlons wero Jniauoso ex
cept tho beautiful pluk rotes that die
ornted tho tables. The decoiatlon
wete to cleverly at i aimed that oni
could readll) believe tint the) wer
dining In tho henit of the Flower
Kingdom. The guests vveie seated a
i-ovm o'clock nt five htmill tables A
ter dinner dancing wns .Indulged I
until n Into hour. Among thou pies
cut weto Miss Tenney, Miss Mntwm
Miss Z.ibrlskl, .Mr. and .Mis. Haioli!
Castle Mr. nnd Mrs Oustnv Sell icfcr.
Miss Jung. Mlrs McNuh. Miss .lull 1 1
White, Miss Violet Makee, MIsj Mc-'
Malian, Miss Alice Mncfarlnne, Miss
Jessie Kennedy, Mr. Haiold Castle,
Mr Uustnv Sehaefer, Mr. William
ltnth, Mr Ony Macrarlane, Mr. Well
ard Wrlglit. Mr. Herbert Dowsett Mr,
Oliver Lnnslug, Mr. Sherwood Low-re),
Mr. (leorge III own, Mr. Ilert Petrlo,
Mr. Frnuk Armstioiii; and Mr. Arthur
Mrs. Herman Fecke's Luncheon.
Mis Francis M. Swanzy wns tho
complimented guest ut u luncheon
Tuisdiy which wns given by Mrs.
Herman Focko nt her Nuitanu Vnllej
home. A dozen frlemls tif the guest of
honor wero hidden to the nffalr. Tiffin
was seived nt one o'clock nnd the '
beautiful tnh'o with Itn trimmings of
lavndcr tulle, broad lnvcndcr satin
ribbon and violets was greatly ndnilr
oil This was really n brldgo lunch
eon, -for directly after the rcpist
bridge whist was Indulged In. Thoso
present were Mrs. Herman Focko,
Mrs. Francis M. Swanzy Mrs. Corwln
llecs, Mrs. Samuel Wilder Mis. Ar
llllll 1M'"' H, PI I n -"! (s "OV-M I'lil'l
13. It. Starkablo Mis. James Wilder.
Airs. E. Pnxim Illshop. Mrs. Edward
Tenney, Mrs. Samuel Dunning. Mrs.
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i -n .pi.... ivii.ni iif. nimrniv iiiii.t-
and Miss Mnrgiret Walker.
I Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin's Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Poivy
Murphy, Mr. nnd Mrs. lto!i"rl '"dn.
on nnd Mr. Willi un Itcth fni i) ' 'ho,
hospitality of Mr. nnd Mrs I- ink ; tables. Ono tnblo wns minted witn
llaldwln nt n dinner Tueslnv evoulng dellento pink asters nnd violets com
that, was given nt tho Moan i Hotel blued with trailing streiiners of vlo
The circular tib'o nt which tho gusts let tulle. Tho. reennd tiblo wis dec
Were Boated wns bedecked with Jncqu. loratt d In violets and violet niters nnd
nilnot rtiFOs, with dainty placo enrds to t eiiiII ic und lnjiid-pilnted he ids ornn
match. Coffro nnd liquors weie torv-i nioiiled the place cuds. Thoso pies
ed on the snicloiis Iannis of the hotel. 'out wero Mrs. McN'nb Mis. Ilnwnril
After dinner tho party c-njnved the
lnlni) evening bv motoring minimi
Diamond Head and up to thu Pall.
Picnic Party at Wallele.
1h Imiutlful suburban linnio of Al
len Herbert was Iho scene of Riycty
on Saturdiy evening tho twelfth nf
Mnich, when two dozen jnung peoiilejF. J. C. Hageiis and MUs Allco Mac
with their chnrcrono motored to tuts,
S)!vnn spot, which is nn Idoil pinco
for nn outing. Tho pirly nirlved
FOR THC PAST WEEK
Violet luncheon nt the Young.
Clint lea Wlldei s bridge pait)
Dr. und Mrs Cooper's picnic,
tain nnd Mis. .Mails' supper.
Supper danco nt Country Club,
.)oughcit)'s bililgo luncheon
lop nt Munna Hotel,
Miss Mnrgiret Castle's luncheon
.t. llnrchfleld's luncheon. Mr. Mil
Irs. Frnuk llatdwlii'g dinner.
Mrs. Francis Swnnz)'s hrlilgo paity.
Mis. Samuel Wllder's luncheon.
Mr. and .Mrs, .Inrk Dowiett's pol sup
per. Mis. James Hough's dinner. ,Mr
nnd .Mrs. Mott-Smlth's dinner, Mis
nnd Miss Sew all's dinner. ,
Sir. nnd Miss Elwnrd Tonny's din
nor. Dr. nnd Mrs, lleibert's dinner
nbout flvo o'clock. After n plungo in
tho deep pool the) wero icady to tit
Justice to the delicious supper pio
vlded, which consisted of many deli
cate ns well ns substantial edibles
After Mippcr dancing wns Indulged In
until nbout eleven thlrt). when the
party returned to town In their inotoi
cars. Those present weio Mrs. Mat
son, Mrs. Iliwru, Mis. Knlulakl, Mrs
Morrlton, Mr, and Mrs Peoples, Mrs
Elizabeth Church, Mr. nnd Mis. On
tav Schaofer, Miss Julia White, MIsf
ZnbrlEl.l, Miss l.tirllno Mnlson, Mist
McMahon Miss McN.ih, Miss Zlnluiit
Miss Jcsslo Kennedy, Mr. fleoigc
Iliown, Mr. Oliver Lansing Mr Sh-r
wood Lovvrey, Mr. Ouy Macfailane
Mr. llalph Clark of Ticoma Wash
Mr. Illchaid Wright, and others.
Violet Luncheon at Young Hotel.
Mis. Howard, Mis. McNab and Miss
McNab entertained delightfully Sat-'
unlay nt u vlulet luncheon., Tho nf
Inlr was given at thu Voting Hotel on)
of compliment, t the friends that hid
entertained this trio of pretty women
during their lslt with Sir. nnd Mis
Alexander Young. Tho luncheon was
serve! nt ono o'clock nnd tho guests
weto seated nt two largo clicular
Miss McNiib, Mrs. Sullivan Mlbs II
ltnth oiing Mrs, Aitluir Iliown. Mis
Arthur Wilder. Mrs. Harry Lewis, Mrs
von Humm Mis. Aitlmr Ilnig Mis
Edw.ud Tenney. Mrs. Oeorge Heibert
Mis J. Mmloii IllggB, Mrs. Fro.lericV
Kliinip, Mrs. Hubert Atkinson, Mrs
Ailhur Wall, Mrs. Manulu Phlllpi
Mrs. James Dougherty's Luncheon.
Monday Mis Fiedeilc't Diniiiu win
(he complimented guest nt n bildg
luncheon given by Mrs James Dough
crly nt her pretty lioiuy on Klniu
street. Tho color ,choiuo for tbr
luncheon was green und white. Ilonu
tirul monogiaiiiincd place c.iiiIh weit
utilized. Covers weio laid for eight
Arter the luncheon was partaken ol
the lennlnder of tho nrteiuonn war
dovottd to bildgo. Mis. Dougherty"!
guests weio Mis. Fiedcilclc Damon
Mis. F. J. C. Hngens, Mrs. J. Mm tor
lllggs Mis Harve) Mmiay, Mis. Hur
olil (ilffuid, Mis. Oiossman anil Mlb
Sunday evening Cnptiln mil Mrs
Mnilx enlertnlned eighteen )oung pen
plo ul their homo on Illnghiim hlieot
nt u Dutch biipper. Tho nffnlr war
given In honor of hcvcn olllceis of tbr
II. B. Muilno Coipa who weio on Iheli
way to tho Philippines, fno suppui
was an cticmoly oiiJu tililo uITulr.
On tho steamer Mongolia win Pa)
master E T. Hall, U, S. A., n through
passenger for tho Philippines, who war
ut ono tlmo' stationed nt Honolulu nnd
vim wni very popular among tho fall
hex, but uversc to inulrliuony. At last
ho was tho tniget for Cupid, and Is
now on his way to Manila, iiccom
pained by his wlfo.
Laden with lols and flowers which
woro brought to tho steamer by loving
friends, Mlfs Helen Quarels und Mls
Oemnia Wndman. with their rhajoi-
ono, Miss Crosso, sailed on tho AH
medii on Thnrbdny en itmto to Uorllu
fiermniiy, wheio they will study mil
sic On tholi urrlvnl In Siyi Franclbco
thoy will proceed direct to Iloston
Mass where they will sill April 2m
on the fcloamer Itniminlc for Nnples
j m ra hi 1 i w - i ' ' ""' ' " ' ' "" ' " ' '
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
I'ARIS MEDICINE CO , St. Uul, U S. A.
MMin edict has gono forth In Tarls tho hat Is out of st)lo. nnd the bonnet's
)ou will sco It everywhere. The plcturo shows nn early straw- Importation
uur grandmothers used to wear. Notice tho wldo taffeta strings matching tho
Moderation In rating nnd drinking
will go far to keep tho body joung nnd
healthy. Threo slmplo meals a day,
alcohol In tho strlcttst moderation,
butcher's meat In small doses -make
theso )our dally rules.
It Is far better to let flvo hours clnpso
between tnenls than two and a half.
"Hnucks" nnd titbits between meals
aro simply deadly.
If wo cat too much we put nn unduo
strain on tho dlgcstlvo organs. Dys
pepsia, so common In mldjlo life. Is
tho forerunner of many other Ills
which aro all tho outcomo of poisons
circulating In tho blood poisons which
aro derived from tho products of In
Mako n habit of enjoying good, plain
faro. Ono of tho first signs of ap
proaching old ago Is fastidiousness over
Lastly,' establish regular habits If you
wish to keep young nnd healthy. Muko
n point of regular meals, regular exer
cise, regular rt creation, of counso reg
ular work also.
Tho morning bath Is a habit which
should always be kept up, whllo reg
ular hours of sleep aro essential If you
aro a worker nnd lend a busy Hfo.
Many girls who have to uso their
eyes much In typing or dressmaking
nro often worried by their cyos getting
red and tlrrd looking and tho lashes
fulling out. The following method acts
almost as a charm In causing tho eyes
to loso their redness nnd making tho
lashes thicken: llcfore retiring gently
dab tho eyelids with lukovvarm milk
nnd water till tho hot. Inflame J feeling
begins to go. Dry them with a soft
whlto silk handkerchief, closo them and
smear a little puro cold cream along
the edges of tho lids with tho tips of
tho fingers. Repeat this sevcinl times,
taking caro not to rub tho cyo or let
ting any of the cream get Into the cyo.
tn tho morning you will bo surprised
to sco how much stronger your eyes
look, and tn a week tho Improvement
In tho thickness of tho buhes will be
maxkra. i t
Miss Agnes Judil gavu n vciy Inter
Italy. From N'nnlos thev will innmnv estlng leading on tho subject of Nath-
t,o Home, tour Franco nn,J fiom thcro
piocce,! to Ilcillu, whero Fiuu lliiiiiiu,
nco Lc-sllo Wight, foimorly of this
ciiy. ins secured looms for them nt
tho (laiteii Hans, which Is ono of tho
moht exclusive boatdlng schools In
lei mmi). Miss Quarels Is tho dnugli
ter of Julgo and Mrs. Quailos, and
Miss Wndman Is the oldest daughter
of Ilov und Mis, Wndman or this city.
Iloth tho )oung gills weio very opu
lar nnd they will ho greatly missed 111
the Euclnl circles of Honolulu.
Mm. nnd Miss Sow-all entertnlncd nt
dinner Tliuisday ovciilng nt tho Moani
Hotel Tho color schema wus whllo
and green Tho nffnlr was given lu
honor of Mm Alloy, Miss Allej nnd
Mr. Allev of P,otnn Mass. Among
thnzo who partook of Mrs. nnd Miss
Sow-all's life pllalliy wero Doctor nnd
Mrs. Judd, Miss ClulHtman. Mrs, Alloy,
Miss Allov, Mi. Potter, Mr, Wnlu and
Mrs. Charles Wllder's Bridge Party.
Tho bildw put) given by Airs.
Chiulos Wilder on hist Snlmday was
kceul) enJo)t'd by tho coteilo of
flit nils that wem tirecnt Hnndsouio
prizes weio nvvjirdcd on tills occasion.
Tho house was exquisitely deroijted
Willi pnttod pl'ints nnd cut llownrs
After tlio Hroies had been counted nnd
fiftl-i nl "ti i nl-isVi nt "bo truth. Is nrnt, punctual nnd obedl
JLfXtXL VLlcllILlCS cut. ,Ku frills wns her mi,tcllut a
EVERY MOTHER SHOULD 8EC
THAT HER DAUGHTER
rpiIANIC goodness we nro getting
nwny from the Idea that to ho friv
olous Is wicked, nnd nowadays up to'
Onto parents Insist that their children
shall face llfo w llh n laugh rather than
a serious faco and that they Bhall havo
accompllshmtnts as well as virtues.
This tjucstltyi of accomplishments Is
n iry Important ono In a world which
Is selfish and exacting and doesn't
want to eiVo without receiving tn re
turn. Who has not seen tho wallflower
girl who when others wero cntcrtnln
Ing tho company replied solemnly, "I
have r.c parlor trlcksl" which trlto
stylng veiled very thinly tho Tuct that
sho was secretly envious of the clever
ness of tho others and wished sho
could unllinbcr and do somothlng her
self. Now, whoso fault Is It tho glrl'iT
No, Indeed her mother's,
No doubt that cstlinahlo matcrnnl
relative was of tho sort who believe It
their "duty" to lco that the child tells
tho prizes aw aided refreshments vero
served. Among thoso present weio
-Mis. Clinrles; Wilder, Mis. C. P. Hees,
Mm. Fidlcilck Klamp, Mis. .Matson,
Mr3 Hicn-o, tfis. Zabilskl, Miss 11.
lluth Young 4Mm. Fiank llalbtend,
Mrs. Sullivan, .Mis. Diedge, Mrs. Mc
Nuh, .Mrs Samuel Dunning Mrs. Mc
Clcllaii, MUs Huso McClellan, Miss
McNnli und Miss Joecphliiu McCluilan,
und otliets. ,
Tho DaiighteiH nf tho Ainoilc-aii Iiov-
I oliition met last Monday nftcinimn
with Mrs. A. E. Douglas nt Vldu Villa.
"" Ila,' nl111 "n iiimsnally excellent '
mnx'cui pioginm itiiiovvni,
MI'", Wlckfnini lendci
led h choice
piano solo in a vciy pluaslug manner
JIii. F. M. Hechtcl u finished vocal
Ibt. delighted tho gilhcrlug wltli two
scIc'otlouH beautifully lcndored. Ono
n Fiench song li) Saint Faens, ".i')
Heart at Thy Sweet Vilco." follow cd
by "A Summer Evening ' by Lnsseu.
Tho Chapter officers me; Ilcgent.
Mm. W. W. Hull; Vlcc-ltcgent, Miss
A. S. Mursh; Ilecordlng Secietniy,
Mm. Mnlcolm Mnclntyroj CorresiKind
Ing Secretary, Miss A. M. Dovvj Tiens.
uiur, Mlsb Charlotto llall; Registrar.
Mrs. A. E Douglas; Historian, Mrs. C.
Mrs. Knthciluo M. Yntes, author of
mini) successful hooks for children
nnd peator of delightful llttlo Mai
Joilo lu "Ily tho Wii)sldo." "Through
tho Woods," nuil "At tho Door." Is
with us, n guest nt tho Young Hotel
Whllo Mis, Yuti-B Is u lover of nil that
Is beautiful ami good It bccuih that
t-ho Is more Inleiente.l In our tosmopol.
linn peoplu thnu our beautiful sceueiy
und delightful Biiiibhluu.
Mis. Yules' philosophy of life Is apt
ly Illustrated In her last hook "Chot.S
ino riiniacier cuei is n viruo liny
loving noy wno loarus snmn ni inn pig
Io.isoiih of llfo from u wlusomu glil
the thing. Just wnlt till Spring nnd
In a dcllrntu tone of rose, llio sort
iiiuroogn drilling in mc rnror irs,-nnn
tis shc-oftm observed tn her Jlttlo girl,
"Handsome Is ns hnndsomu docs."
Will, tbnt may havo been tho enso
In her day, but Just now wo nro think
ing a great .ileal of the veneer, It would
It Is very easy for n clever mother
to cultivate social talents in her chil
dren Most llttlo ones show a leaning '
In some direction, nnd it Is n mntttr
. !.-'.-.. ... . . .... ....
of patience and tact to cultlvnto this.
The miitu thing Is to freo tho child
from tl.u tirc-nded curso of self con
sciousness, which prevents so many
Women from making it success, no mat
ter how glfltd they Arc,
Enrourugc theldldrcn to glvo llttlo
entertainments for tho family In which
each one docs his pnrt.
Never laugh nt mistakes, but enter
Into tho spirit of the children tin in
sets cs. Homo concerts are splendid
things, with mother pla)lng tho piano
and every one. even tho tiniest tot,
Joining In tho singing.
Mako the bo)s and girls feel they
havo no right to hldo their gifts, but
should give them unselfishly toward
tho entertainment of their relatives
and friends. In this wny )ou will bring
to them the iji Irlt of truo social life,
which Is nil even mlMuro of glyu und
take- ,v . ,
companion. Her letters to him do
scilbliig her travels adil to tho humor
of thu stoiy, Whllo Mis, Yntes" books
mu lulcmled for chlldteii, giovvuups
havo found (hem Intensely Interest
ing. Captain Halght wus u returning pas
bcuger on tho tiuusport 'Ihouias and
is being welcomed, homo by u host of
friends. Captain Htilght, who boilings
to tho Filth Cavnlry, was uiifoitii'nato
enough to havo u horsu fall on hlui
while ho was playing polo. Ho wis
confined to his room for months. At
lust the doctor tirdcrod him to thu
Slates for medical ticatmcut. His
friends uru lejolced that ho has io
toveied tho uso of his limb und has
dlhc-iuded his Clutches peiiuniieiilly.
Mr. and Mm. Ileigln of thu Walklkl
Inn cutui tallied n luigu party nt u
danco list Monday night. Thu affair
was given In honor of Mrs. Anna Ken
noy, who Is u bister of thu hoitesH,
Somo Buvc'iity dancers attended nnd u
long piogtam wus gotten tliiough by
midnight, when tho pally lirolto up.
Tho danco hull wiib heuutlfully dec
orated und tho floor was lu peril ct
nider. A quintet o'.nh shim lied tho
muslo which was of tho heat kind und
dining tli'o evening light lefrcbhmuits
Mr. A. Lewis Jr.. returned from tho
roakt on tho Mongolia, lifter avbilcf
visit, nnd has taken his position ns
vlco-prehldont of thu Hunk of Huwpil."
Cnptaln nnd lira. Malum und Mr.
and Mrs. Ititbbi) will entertain nt n
lirgn dinner part) nt tho Moana Ho
tel, TuoBiln) evening,
Mr. E. J. Lord leluincd Fildny on
tho Wllholmlun from u huslncbs tilp lo
Mr. F. J. C llagetw loft Tuesday on
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