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EVENtKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, MAIL 20, 1010.
YOSEMITE YIELDS A NEW CHARM AT EVERY VISE
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WE are now standing on the
threshold of n now natter
dny, which, wo trust, will
greet lis with thu sunny
smiles which nro the rule In
tills. tirlKht nnd heaittlftil
liart of tho world and not.
tho exception, ns In tho less fnvorcd
northern latitudes wlicro this mentor
nldo feast, occurring In tho early
spring. Is often ushered In with the
chilly winds of winter, reluctant to
give up Its sway to haliny spring
Tho churches will ho decorated with
n wealth of .flowers am) potted plants.
Tho 'icnutlful ascension Illy emble
matic of purity will tuko precedence
In altar and organ decorations.
Tho sublime iiiusjc poured forth from
organ, and many sweet voices, pro
claims the glad tidings of tho Resur
rection. Tho world Itself keeps East
er Day, nnd tho throng ono meets In
tho streets bear cvblcneo that tlnm
nnd thought liavo been expended upoil
their rcrKomil adornment, and, like thu
flowers of spring, they blossom out In
beauty. Many things nro planned or
Easter week marrying, nnd giving In
marriage whispers if engagements
nnd announcements. All this will kcap
the social v. or Id busy, for It will bo tho
stimulus for many pleasant functions.
And tiro charming visitors who nro In
our midst will also, bo nn iucenttvo
for gicat activity In npclal life.
Dinner Dance at Moana Hotel.
Cot era woro laid, for thirty guests'
nt the beautiful dinner danco at-which
Captain nndYMs. Mataon und Mr. uml
Mrs. Brcsso presided as hosts and
hostesses Tuesday evening. This
function was given nt tho Moana Hotel
und wus ono of tho most elaborate
dinners that has over been given In
Honolulu, Through the center of thu
table, placed about three feet apart
were arra'iigcd-cxqulslto baskets' con
taining long stemmed American Beau
ty roses; theso baskets being of ono
color, but of different shapes. Tlfo
center ono was quite tall, without n
handle, chaped like a vase, whlto tho
othcis on cither side wcro low, thu
beautiful roses fairly tumbling over
tho sides. Tho handle!! wcro tied with
tulle. Electric .lights, combined with
smllnx, wercplnccd Irregularly on Iho
shies of the tabic. Tho electric bulbs
weto coveted with rnro pink sll'.t
fehades, fachlonod to represent Ameri
can Beauty roses. Tho placo cards
bore Easter greetings und wcro dec
orated to call forth tho rouiunibranco,
of tho approaching Kastcrtldc. During
dinner a famous Hawaiian Qulnlottu
Club played. On this occasion many
beautiful frocks wcro "worn. Mrs. Mat
son wore mo of Paquln models of lav
ender Bntln with a stolo effect of lav
ender net henvlly embroidered;
umothysts and diamonds weio worn
with this costume. Mrs. Ilrcsso looked
handsomo in on Imported black chlntll'
ly laco over whlto satin, Mrs. Znbrlsky
woro un apricot sntln heavily embroid
ered, Mrs. Arthur Drown was clad In
blue satin, Mrs. P. J. C. Hageu looked
stunning In n blade sequlncd robo ov
er black satin, Mrs. Edward Tcnney's
renpfaco rolm, shot with gold, tho cors
age embellished with cloth of gold nnd
lurquolso blue, was much admired,
Mrs. Mary (Hum looked charming In
pink sntln, Mrs. John Walker woro a
cream laco with touches of pink, Mrs.
Charles Ilrynnt Cooper looked regal In
a I'm Is gown purchnscd during her
Dinner at Country Club,
Miss .lulln White, who Is the house
guest of Mr, nud Mrs. Jaiiicd Castle
entertained nt u charmingly nrraugnd
dinner dnuco Thursday venlng. Tho
nlTnlr was given ut thu Coun
try Club. Covers were laid
for twenty, nnd tho decorations were
scnrlct. Dinner was served at seven
o'clock. Tho guests wero seated nt
small tables, unovoryoiio found (heir
places by means of namo cards, which
were Spanish and Mexican ilnnceni ar
tlstlrally hand-palntod nnd tied with
rcnrlct i lb '.ion. Each tnblo was dec
orated in red carnations and violets,
whllo tho dining room was massed with
tropical foliage and carnations. A
stringed oichestra wns stationed be
hind n screen of palms and choice
plants. After dinner this party of
young people danced until a Into hour.
Among thoso who oiiJuyciMIIss Julia
Whltu'a hospllullty wero Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Castle, Mr, and Mrs. Cluslav
Schnefcr, Miss Wlluclmlua Tenncy,
Miss Ilcntiico Castle, Miss Vera
Damon, Miss Margaret. Castlo, Miss
White, Miss JcbbIu Kennedy, Mr, Wil
liam Itoth, Mr. Sherwood Lowrcy, Mr.
ficorgo Drown, Mr. Frederick Lowrcy,
Doctor Hcdemann, Mr, Oliver Lansing,
Mr. Harold Hcdemann nnd Mr. Klcliard
Good Work Appreciated.
Thu Mcltao Company luado Its Initial
bow to Honolulu theater-goers nt tho
Opera Houso Saturday night, March
19th, and Judging from tho largo nudl
encos which hao greeted them each
night they mado u favorablo Impres
sion. Tho fact that their engagement
is to bo of six weeks' duration will
give (ho Honolulu folk nu opportunity
of teeing good acting. It should 1)0
boruo In mind that good liouies should
roward this company, for tho cry has
been that good companies do not como
hero, nnd when Ihey do stop over'for
ono or two performances tho prevail-
Ing prices arc so high as to preclude
tho average purse from enjoying n
treat of this sort. An opportunity
which Is now piesentlng Itself should
by all means be taken ndvnntngo of,
nnd ptovo that tho amusement lovers
of Honolulu can appreciate a good
thing when It Is orfcied them.
Miss Jungbluth's Dinner,
Miss Jnngbluth entertained nt din
ner Wednesday evening at tho Moana
Hotel. Tho tahlo Was decorated in
duchess roses, one end 'oft tho table
being ornamented with n tall cut-glass
vnto containing theso long stemmed
roses, whllo tho other cud was decorat
ed with u basket tilled with tho same
flowers. A beautiful effect was Hindu
by a shower of pink tulle extending
from tho basket to tho tall vase caught
hero nnd there with roses andntnlden
hair fern. Streamers of tulln anil bow
knots of tho snmo wero placed over
thu snowy damask cloth. Intermingled
Willi iimllax nnd roses. Covers were
laid for sixteen. During dinner a na
tive quintette club played.
Mrs. Qustav Schaefer's Luncheon.
Miss Jungblulh was tho compliment
ed gucBt, Wednesday, at n luncheon
which was given by Mrs. Gustnv
Schacfcr nt her pretty homo on
Thurston avenue. Covers wcro laid
for ten and tho tablo was a vrofuslnn
-of purple Iolcts nnd maidenhair fern.
Tho place cards wcro tiny rnbblts, be
ing symbolic of1 nastcrtlmc. On this
occasion MrsSchaefer's gucHtH were
Miss Jnngbluth, Miss Lttrllnq Mntson,
Miss McMnhaii, Miss Julia Whlto,
Miss Uoso McClellnn, Miss Jessie-Ken.
nedy. Miss Josophlnc McCleltan, Miss
Uoalrlcu Castle und Miss Wllhclmlna
.Mr. n. W. Castlo celebrated his
birthday Saturday Inst. His family ar
ranged n birthday party for him, nnd
nil Ilin f-itnala Wntn wn pm iin,.n,iiil
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menus in ins. During tno urternoon
.Mrs. Mnckall sang, and contributed
greatly to tho cnJo)iuent of tho after
noon. Tho houso wns beai'.lfully doc-
i orated for tho occasion. A number of
tho flowors woro gifts of loving friends
who showed that they had not forgot
ten tho anniversary.
Miss Beatrice Castle's Luncheon.
In honor of Miss Julia Whlto. Mls-i
Cnstlo entertained Informally, Monday
Covers wero bid for four, und tho
laoiu wus ariisuc in not-iiouso flowers.
Full Moon Dance,
A fullmoon danco, given by the pop
ular manager of tho Hnlclwa Hotel, Is
In progress tonight. As usual n num.
There is Great Danger in Drinking City
Why Take This Chance?
A Telephone Message will bring you
Or a Case of delicious Soda or Ginger Ale
ber of town folk havo availed them
selves of tho oppoitunlty of motoring
down. A most enjoyable evening Is
spent, and theso dances nro n pleasure
nlwnys .anticipated by those who en
joy theso delightful moonlights In tho
setting of Halclvvn.
Mr, and Mrs. Lowrey's Dinner,
Mr. and Mis. Lowrcy entertained at
dinner Tuesday evening In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. 55, K Myers. Tho alTalr
was n farewell dinner to this charming
couple, who will spend several months
on tho mainland. Covers wero laid for
ten, nud the tablo was decorated in
Lilies or the Valley.
Tho many friends of Captain Saund
ers will bo rejoiced to hear that he
has accorted thu position ns captain
on tho Korea, nnd will nrrlvo In Ho
nolulu Monday In charge of this ship.
Captain Saunders Is t.o most popu
lar captain that has ever been on Iho
run between San Francisco nnd the
Orient, and Is noted for his courtesy.
Whllo In charge of tho Manchuria
many people, both In San Prauclsco
nnd Honolulu, would defer their trip
for several weeks In order to travel
on Captain Sauudors' chip. Mrs.
Saunders, wife of thu genial captain
has been staying (or the last fow
months at the Moann Hotel, nnd Is
occupying npnrtinents thcro now, Mrs.
Saunders Is cqu.illy.as popular as her
husband, nnd has been showered with
attention by her numerous friends In
A concert will bu given nt tho Alex
ander Young Hotel Saturday evening.
April 2nd, by Sidney P. Iluben, tho
noted pianist, Tho singers will bo
Mrs. Alan White, Mrs. liobu and Mr.
Philip Hall; and .Mrs. Tcnnoy Peck,
Mrs. Hobs ami Dr. Ilamiis will play
concerted music, whllo Mr. Iluben will
be thu solo pianist. Mis, Uoho'B Bongs
will bo entirely front her pen. Tho fol
lowing pationesses will net: Mrs. W
Prear, MIsscb .lleatrlco Castlo, Mar
garet Castle. Mao Damon, Chnrlottc
Hall, Dorothy Haitwell, Alice Thomp
son: Mcsdnmca Henry Illcknell, Cole
mnn, C. 11. Cooper, Hedcmanii, Walter
HolTmnnn, Morton, Ncwcoinh, Tenncy
Peck, Theo. Itlchards, E. Itoss, J. W.
Waldron, Alan White. Westervclt,, W.
L. Whitney, S. O. Wilder.
Complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Dm
est Mott-Smlth, Mr. .Plcrco of, San
Francisco entertained at dinner Thurs
day evening. Pink roses ornamented
tho tablo, with placo caVils of lobes to
match. Mr, PIcrco's guests wero Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ernest Mott'-Smlth, Mlsfi Lit
Paty, Mr. Walker and Mr. Alfred
I.t. Kerrlck, who was attached v.
tho Pacific fleet two jtnru.ugo. Is sta
tioned on Iho U. S. 8., Now Orleans,
which Is In port. This officer mado
many friends during his sojourn In
Honolulu, nnd Is being welcomed by
his numerous friends.
Thcro havo been many Seattle vis
itors in our city this winter and nil
who havo gono out to Hnlclwa for n
few days or longer havo returned most
enthuslnstlci over .'tho beauties and
charm of tho place,
Mrs.Jas. II. Hough nnd Miss
Hough, who havo been spending tho
winter nt tho Moana, went out to Halo
iwa for a few days and enjoyed exceed
ingly tho rcqt and quiet which Ilulclwn
Is fnmous for.
Mr, and Mrs, E. It, Itncastcr of Now
York City, havo been guests at Hale
Iwa hotel during tho week. Mr. Lan
caster Is an enthusiastic golfer nud
has enjoyed playing oyor tho plctur
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Colm nro bonked
for tho Coast, leaving on Iho Slcrru,
sailing April nth. Thu Slcrru has tak
en tho plnro of tho Alameda und will
make thu local trip IiiKtcud.
Governor nnd .Mrs, Frcar cntortnlnsd
Mr. nnd Mrs, J. A, McGregor of San
FinncUco, on Tuesday by mi automo
bile trip to Hulelvva ami luncheon nt
tI7.it popular hostclery.
Mr. Marshnll Darrach was tho guest
of Col, and Mrs. Duncan Phillips on
Thursday night nt HjIuIwii. They
wcro making tho louml-the-lsland trip,
Mr. George Illchardson, of tho Stand
nrd Oil Co., ciittlulnr n party of
friends at luncheon at lluklwa on Fri
Governor nud Mrs. Fieiir entertain
ed Informally at breukfnst Thursday
In honor of Mr. Marshall Diurach.
Mr. and Mis., Henry Afong nnd Mr.
ami Mrs. Whltehoute niu planning tu
spend tho weekend ut Halclwu.
Mrs. Arthur Wilder Is visiting the
Murfailaues tit Ahulmanu
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Yoscnill9,ls',irc-cmlncutl n region
of contrast,' Vbnder. nn Inncccssihlu,
Iccclad pealc piercing thu shy, and at
our feet, a pleasant, verdant meadow.
wjjicro cattlo t,grazo conlenteJly nnd
lazy trout 110 luxuriously In quiet pools
as tho placid river ripples through tho
gently swaying ruthes. But nowhero
In tho valley is this swift transition
fj-om nwc mid majesty to ptaco and
thlrn nlorU vividly Impressed tiion tho
visitor thiiu On Iho trip to Mirror Luke.
A short ind'tdy ramhlo by tho mea
dows, through tho woods nud along
n load curcrrt, dteply with plnu
needles, 'wtibsut'lialsam fills tho air,
brlngs-you td-tho rim of thl.i liquid
looking glnt.,II;o zephyr breaks upon
its placid 'dehs, no miiiiiiI disturbs
tho bIIIIUosh'-'oP the air. I.lku u cup
or molten UlvKf It lies In tho heart
of tho' Mountain's ami us )ou gazo nnd
gftzi a Kit I n -lrvtcji this crystal lal.o thu
follago' thhl'-IlTios Its shorn tho dark
plnoK bi'j und' mid tho -giant outlluo
of Mt. Wntklns lowering in tho bluu
dlstunco nro plclied on Its silver sur
fiico with n fidelity that mnken oit
hcsltatu to say whero ends lenllty and
where begins similitude.
Among tho places In tho valley which
you will wish to hee, Is thu l.o Couto
Memorial Iluildlug, or I.odgu. It Is
located In u beautiful grove, directly
under (ilaclcr Point. It Is open to tho
public from May In August, und thu
roudlng loom Is filled wllh mups, pho
tographs, Pacific Coast pupers nud
mugazliies nnd with literature per
taining to tho Sierra. Tho initiative
for such a memorial wns taken by tho
Slerrn Club of California, which main
tains Iho lodge. Dr, Lo Conto died
A BEAUTIFUL YOSEMITE SIGHT,
In tho Yoscmlto In July. 1901.
Ho trout In tho long stretches of the lower
loved tho legion, and visited It eleven
times. Ills llrbt sight of It wns in
1S70, and ho says of this trip: "It was
almost nn era In my life. I
never enjoyed anything ulso so much."
Yet later visits wcro icd-letter dnys,tn
his busy career, and when ho was
i-ovcnty years old, nnd 111, feeling that
his life wan spent, hu wns again In
tho valley, riding about nlono, "taking
Jcnvc," Jio says, "with tears, of tho
splendid cliffs and glorious waterfalls'
ns of my dearest friends," As liiark
lug tho depth of his 'enjoyment, ho
vUltcd tho wondrous valley several
times uftcr this, nnd nt length closed
his ryes mul d Its sublltultlcs.
Tho charms mid pleasures of Yo
scmlto grow upon ou with each suc
ceeding visit nnd thcro nro 1111111 who,
by ronton of this subtlo attlactlon
havo come, ulmost unconsciously, to' weather Is delightful and tho whole,,;
acquire what might bo termed tho Yi)-lntmosphiro litis n mellow, golden qusl-
hcmiio naiui. tear oy year wucn uu'ruy inai ai once rests anil invigoratos;., ,
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river or In tho swirling rapids and ens-u'
cades above; the botanist finds there, 1 j
ti Hundred siicctmcns (it tnc mouiuaiuiT
llora to enrich and beautify his store;
tho geologist may Journey hero from,,
year to year nnd still niako ,new dls- rt-
cnvcrles; tho Inndscapo nrtlst finds. r(P
Iicrpeiuni uispiraiion lur 111s uruuilvri'
l.n ,.-ltnH rn1, mm..,., 4 1, n ImMl.n.a, 'If
,M, muti ivvia u.ic:., ,,iv iiiknjvuiit,wjf
of Wonls, In iiocm or In prose, to toll ,
hrfrflil tho story of Yoscmlto. v,
Yoscmlto can be visited nil tho year .
rbuiiO.- and each season has Its own;
fcpeclnl delights nud advantages. In
intf-Pl'tiiiKa niu iiiviiliiK miun iniua kuv
btrnms which feed the waterfalls In
to (orients, and tho down-rushing wa
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icr is in iuii vuiuuiu; uii QTcry Binu,! f
nro rivulets, leaping cascades and ro-,-.
tuiuuiuiiiiH uiviiaiiB, in uiu auuiuicr,!,!
tho highest trails nro accessible tho,', la
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A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Fore-vei
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CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUT1FIER
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'Ununiuil'a rrtfNiu ft tht lll litrmful tt fcll tU
Ala prrpMktkioa." or ! It Jl druiitu and wtf
Uuudt l)fkleri in I be Uolittl Vutpt, Ubdi and uroj
UfiO.T.HOrUK Pit;., 3 Bit.imiJj.SteiHeyV
outdoor longing seizes them they
lluovv off tho thrall of city life, leave
behind them tho burden of business,'
and turning their footsteps, to the Si
erra fnstness which over guard this
Golden State, answer gladly to tho
call of tho wild. Here, Hulling, trnnii
Ing, riding, wandering carc-freo along
tho floor of the valley, or scaling, rug
ged scarp uml crag, resting peacefully
ut night under thu stars, muscles grow
firm und nerves steady, while hearts
beat In healthful unison with deep
diiiuu breaths of purest air, and llfu Is
oueu again thu Joy that It is meant to
Tho mountain climber goes to
stretch his muscles and test his hand
leaves aro gently, Jfl
lyrlad shades of, Jvl
bronze It Is the" Jj
in;uiu aiuiiiuii mo air is clear, every ,-.u
outline mm wonderful profile of rock,.;-'!
ilbme. stnnds out ns though etched .1
iil.illul II... at- llin Innl-n, n wn n.All, "
i'l.u.1.,, u on;, t,u IkHIVB utu buiiij,
lading inrougu n my
green and red and b
artists parndlBu or color; and la win- j
ler, with tho valley floor hidden', bo-' jj'
1IUUIII a niiunj UUUI, Vtllll IVQ MUIW .
plants tlinistlii(f their way through the
whlto surfneo llko tongues of flame,'
with every treo nnd plant drooplnB'i"
grncefully under Its wintry burden, 'l j I
with mnrvelous icicles, llko Brest'.' 'il
stnlactllcs, hanging from
1 pinnacle mid over-aichlng rock, who,
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.piiuii p.ij iiiiiuu is niu uiBk ciuia (U I 1
and oyo upon thu rougher trails; tho visit this wondrous garden of tho SI-' .m
lltlurman goes Iherp tu tempt tho erra? ' . il
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