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On nf the lending soclnl oenlg of
thu piiMt week ovoiituatoil In tho cele
bration of tlic nrnlh anniversary of
l.oahl Chapter, Order or Kastcrn Btnr
nt thu residence (( Mr. anil Mrs.
Coyne, last Wednesday evening.
The Coyno homo was very jiretjlly
nrratiKcil for the occasion, ami al
though n windy, rainy blustering nigh
prevailed the large house was filled
to overflowing and card tables Tor tho
guests tilled tho reception looms and
a number Wero placed on tho lanal.
Tho heavj; ruins of tho evening da
la til a number from arriving early
and It was half past eight before e
dn. the game of tiio ovcnlng wjs fu'ly
After the gtmes had been pl:iyed
a most delightful lunch was rervctl at
which everybody seemed to do Jostles
and thoroughly enjoyed.
Among those present wore; Mr. and
Mrs. Theo. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs, W.
It. lllley. Mr. mid Mm. T. rfharp, Mr.
and Mrs. II. Webster, MrK and Mra.
C. Crnbbe, Mr. and .Mrs. A. Pratt. Mr.
and Mrs. W. IMIbrou, Mr. and 'Mrs.
T. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. V. It. needy.
Mr. and Mrs. V. ttldeout, Mr. nml
Mrs. C. V. Merrill, Mrt and Mrs. V. J.
(lullaglioi-, Mr. and Mis. II. I'. I.ec. Mrs
K. II. Porter. Mr. A. 8. Wright, Mrs.
T. Taylor, Mrs. O. ApUnrtln, Mrs. It.
Auerbach, Mrs. C. 8. 8'cphens, U. 8.
Marshal E. It. Hendry,' Miss Gertrude
Whltoman. Miss May Paty. Miss Day
ton, Miss K. Dayton mid the host and
hostess. Prizes 1, gentlemen: H. E.
Webster; 2, W. Hideout.
Pi lies. 1, Ladle?: Mrs. C. Crabbu;
2, Mrs. T. Smith.
Uooby: Mrs. W. J. Oallaghcr.
llooby: Mr. W. Hollhron
Consolation; Mrs. 0. A. Martin,
Consolation: Mr. T. 3ml. Ii,
Lewis' To Travel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis are
contemplating a visit to Australia In
tho near future, aud It Is quite prob
able that they wlllsail In May. Mr.
Lewis has severed his connection
with mercantile life, In which he
was engaged for many years, making
a success and now that his business
Is closed, he expects to avail him
self of the opportunity for absolute
rest from business cares, and with
his nttrnvjlve wife, and young son.
travel over parts of the world which
ho has not been able to visit upon
former trips aboard. Mr. unci ulrs.
Lewis' friends hero uro legion, nnn
their absence in tho social world will
be a great loss,
' Durc'cttes Depart,
Doctor and Mrs. Robert llurdctto,
woio departing passengers on the
Korea, March 2Rth, for the Orient,
after spondlug several months in
Honolulu, whero they were nibst gra
ciously welcomed and entertained,
and where they In turn delighted the
. peoplo with cratory and the happy
manner In which they responded to
the oft repented demands for this
tieat. Their departure was much
regretted und It Is tho universal
' wish that these charming people
muy icturn to their home fully res
toied to health.
Going Away, '
Pursuant to an order from tho
Navy Department, Sergeant Lang-
horno has been detached from duty
at tho Honolulu station, nnd with
his wife will leave shortly for Wash- "." er iicuriLu, biiini ior uiir.
l.lgton..for assignment to a new sta- 1,on, Prt on March th rtleth. nf er
tlon. Stngeon and Mrs. LanghomJ" f,ew '"thb' sojourn In , lionolu ii,
i.i.. ,,,(o,.i n,i,cio i- "'t woro guestH of the Moann llo-
have .endeared themselves during
3i:co hero, to a
, who welcom-
their two years' reBldei:
largo circle of friends,
ed thorn to all social functions, and
much regret Is expressed over their
early depart in e,
Ivjrs. J. F, C.'Hancns' Tea.
Mrs. J. P. C. Hugens entertained
WednesilayAt the' Country' Club
honor ol'HrV. Carl Pluaer and tho
Misses Pluger, The hours were from
9.iiii.. r..3i Ti,n ..,... .....i, ..,..1,1.
Is Ideal for mrlnlnlnr never prf-
hvlited a mi.ro ifractlViMippjwranco hi
lis h'lln dross of pi ms and cai-ii.liir.M
fin. Hngi'iis mid ho' gm-Hts (if honor
received In tlw Inroe llvln-f room. A
nu-,iinn nnini.,1 niuti w i'k u. ..,o,,,..t
by gigantic palms and rendered li'Wi
tlful Hawallw muslo dm lug V ' "" "ie i06'!",'" n" ,iBW ""' i"- ""'
teuioou. Mrs. Hagens looked stunning "' 'fading hotels are- making pro
ti. wtiita inrn Ti.ii inrus tdetnru hut. vlslbti for futuro need, as tho new
.Mrs. Plugor wns clail In a grey foil
hud with a picture hat. surmounted by roouioiu-unn even in n iiiiiuiisjii-n.
n bird or paradise. Tho Misses Plug, atato, nttractlvo, There will ho no
or looked dainty nnd girlish In white. 'eC of crowdlne tjio vlsltbr.
with shower hats. Refreshments were "
scrvedfft Binnll tablos, which were Walter Dillingham's arrival from
adorned with pnle pink carnations. Honolulu yesterday was iiotod with In
Among tho guestu nptlred were:1 Mea- tcrest by society here, and with its cor
dames Dowsctt, Tonney, W. frcar, P, dial greetings lo the popular young
F4ar iV, Makt'n.jnuiiKiiid. A. ,Muc(arf , clubmau.werti lulnKlcdjCniiKratulatliiin
f' lailblierBor; l Macfarlauo, Mcint'yre'.on "hlaconnmiatlon of tliorcport of
Mclnerny, Dougherty, Ilnrnborgor,
Itliodcs, lllchurdsan, McStocker", Dun
ning, Mngooli, Miss Mngnon, Mrs.
Haundcrs, Mm. J, Morton WggH, A. J.
Campbell, lleibert, M. Phillips, Mclrer.,the wedding will tuku place on May Z,
On Tuesday night, Mr. and Mrs.
T, Cltvo Davlcs, will entcrtntned
their friends In n most lavish way
III uicir nome in miunuii. ine n-su-iaum, Airs, ivrinur acioii, hi riurcuci.-,
vltles will begin at eight o'clock where tho culmination of tho romance
with n recital of "Twelfth Night.') will be perfected. Mr. Dillingham Is
ghnkcspcnro'ff comedy by Mr. Mar- ah alumnus of Harvard, mid
shall Darrach, of New York, after j much of his tluio has been spout since
which refreshments will ,)e served his graduation In his Honojulu home.
mi inu liiwn. tiuiiiu uiiw iiiiiiuicu
Invitations huvo hect Isjticd.
Mrs, Manr.ls Phillips' Luncheon.
Violets ornamented the table of tlm
beautifully appointed luncheon that "' " "w """ "
Mrs. Mnnnle Phillips gave In honor of licr the Bhakespearo lleclter, Mar
her sh,tfr. .Mrs. Myer und Miss Cof. '"" Uarruch of New York. In two
tee. the niece of Mrs'. Oartenborg iififcltals of Shakcsparo's plays. On
thin elty. Covors wcro laid for ten. Tuesday evening ho offered for his
At each placo were found exquisitely program tho poetical comedy "
hand-painted cards ornamented with 'Midsummer Night's Dream." aid on
vlnletE, After luncheon tho guests' Tuesday tho Immortal tragedy,
played bridge. Mra. Phillips' guests. I 'Hamlet." So enthusiastic was his
beside the Jwo guests of honor, wore:
Mrs. I'Yank Itlchardson, Mrs. (larten-
berg. Mrs. Lansing. Mrs. Urossinan,
Mrs. McClollnirnml Mrs. McStocker.
Mrs. Arthur Berg's Luncheon.
Thursday' afpitioon, MrB. Arthur
Ilcrg I'litcrtnlued nt luncheon In honor
of Mis. Sullhnn, who Is thu house
guest of Mr; and Mrs. Alexander
Young ut their Witlklkl home, Tho
talilo'ir'oeiitej a most attractive an-
iirmrimrn In Its mlnrntnent nf whlto
; marguerites nna tnai.ioniiair rem: nie mm ns a ro:u guesi giving nu
j placo cards weru decorated with mir-jthe privileges of bitch. Ho wl
gucrltes. Those present were Mrs.' the Emporor's guest for three i
Iteig, Mrs. Aichlhald Young, Mrs. Sul-i and In that tlmo ltoosuvclt will
'marguerites and maidenhair fern: The
llvnn, MUs Mut) Damon, Mrs. Charles'
Wilder, Mrs. von Hamm, Miss Youiu
nnd Miss Joscphone Soper. '
the court., and while It Is BOinc-
Mrs. Day Returns. ' thing unprecedented In the worm's
Mrs. Pro nk H. Day rotumed on history, it is evident that the pow
the Korea. Monday, and Is nt pros- ers that bo recognize the loaders nt
out tlio guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. our great country, nnd delight In
Oilman. The return of this tnlcntu'l doing them honor,
and popular lady has given her
friends In Honolulu who nro num- Mrs. Clifford Kimball ILlcd tho heart
berlcss, the greatest pleasure, as her o her young r.on with Jay by giving
ubeeiico left a void, which only hor hlm,a birthday party on Easter Mon
prcseuco could fill. Thu fact Hint day ul tho residence of his grand-par-Bho
Is arrunlng for n coltago at Wal- onts, Mr. und Mrs. Tom King. About
klkl, gives additional plensuro and 'fifty llttlu folk responded to the In-
assures her friends -that her stay,
hero may bo Volonged Indefinitely,
Mrs. Samuel Wilder' luncheon.
Mrs, Samuel Wilder entertuinea at
uncheon Wednesday in honor 014
drs. Prancls M. Bwamy at her
home In Nuunnu Valley. Violets
, .i w,.mii.. n. .i,.nm
tlon. covers were laid-for fourteen f"' , "ol",e,,l1 v,8lt , 0aB ' w.h1lC'!
nnd the place cards were extrenioly Vlll nclude a trip up tho beautiful
artUtlc, and were tied with violet 8t -Iwrenco river, and nil tho beau
satliwtbbon. The guests who enjoy-1 Uf;" I,utos nroule. Mr Smith Is
ed Mrs. Wllder'a hospitality were: f0'"" for, n -nU'We real, and re
Mrs. Krnncla M. Swanzy. Mrs. Cor: j" un uuslness. The many
,i . m rllllrM Wih... ff' ot Mr. uud Mr. Smith wish
Mrs. Ueorge Potter. Mrs. George
dlek, Mrs, Herman Pocko, Mrs. Ar-
- ' r .
Mr. nnd Mm Peeylos of So a It o
Washington, and their lovely little
;,l- Mr, '-,ei'l, ."W hf""! " 'Ntary system. Ho will be accompanied
",,e ,roa,, ,nf, II1on.0l,nl" U BO " hy larg0 of. ,.
' Proud, and had his l'earce Arrow ..
louring car siuppu uerr, uui hiibih
ii, ihiku puiuuii in in wine i.i iii,
enjoyment of nutonioblllnir, Mr. nnitj Cn(1H,,rali Billlwl Wednesday. March'
Mis. Peoples were reluctant to leave 30,h oll (no Mnranm for vnncou-
Honolulu, nf which they grow sol.... ,,. .. .,..., .,.. .,
Mis. Peeples wore reluctant to leave) 30ih oll (no Mnranm for vnncou
Honolulu, of which they grow boI VBr ,,,.,. ...-.. .....,.-,,.,..,,,, nnil
In1'?1''1 n no'Jerl "aMn ,a', '";
II.a... 1..,. n-hn t.iCi.v mill nvniiill
ll,ol "'" , The Influx and exodin
!of fbo vUl ors to Honolulu seems
to bo holding Its own making It
h'01"11'1" fo'- B!lch "tIvIhb Bteamor,, callfon:lah, was un arrival on the
wlth- lls mnHnioiit of tourists. lJ(orc, Monday, and will bo tno
',0 ticeoniniouuioii uy u.e iie.iu.u.?
"r "10 lloxt steamorv with no conjes -
"cn '" "mu' ur ''' ' '""
Is a well ltiiown fact, that tho hotels
- "' iMi cll' u,c ""1''B. 'n1"' ",l10 l"
- nnex to the Moulin Hotel Is com-
hln engagement to Miss l.oulso (la)'-'
lord of Chicago. This Interesting fact
wuh coupled with tlm announcement
that he Is now en route to Italy, whero
Miss Gaylord Is the daughter of Mrs.
Charles Adams of Kenllworth, 111. Bha
and Mr. Dillingham met some month
ago. at Honolulu In tho course of her
trip ntounil tho world, which term!
nntcs ut Vlltn Plctta, the homo of her
o, i-, vyiiiuiiiv,i;
The most fushlonnble audiences of
the season gathered on Tuesday
night, and again on Thursday night
. .,. . .. ...... .. . ..,.. .
reception fn these widely dlvorso
plays that u supplementary course
Arrangements nio complete for
mo presentation o ino vonieuy uij
Errors" and selections from his own
writings on Thursday, and "Mach-
!ettc".on Monday In ths same hall.
Honors me fulling thick and fast
upon our former President Theodore
llloosevclt. Tho Oermaii Emperor
Wllllntn. Is iirenarfnir tn entertain
him ns n roj.il guest giving him all
precedence in all entertainments and
be a greater personage than any of
the Princes who may bo present nt
vltatlon and a merry attoruoon was
spent on tho beautiful lawn hunting for
the colored c3gH which rewarded tlio
AWf children ns they kept up their
-" uow " mi i-ss was
,, ... , , ,, ...
., r- "' nrnlnnr.1 Sinlth and
"'"" '"". iioroiny. .
"" "'o Slberlu, March twonty-slxth.
Ho-ju";'1a delightful trip und -returning
llc!,lt"' ' (
Piltico llegent of China, nro In pro-
IgieBs, nnd ho will rece"lvo the honor
(luo ,m f hU BllJecU ,,, ono.
lllu Ue imB8C8 th-gh rolB
(o gnn j.-rallcUco nl)0Ut Al,rll B,x.
, UnlC(, Bll, ,
..., w., ,,, ,.....,. .m.
uovcrom llllss of St. Andrew's
will remain for several months, vis-
... . ... . ..
mug cities in mo isorinwest.
Mr. Prank linger, n prominent
,;uest of Colonel Sam Parkor. and
j nthi.r iiuiinlulu fienda, romulnlng i
. monui or six weeks.
Tho Malta! has outlived hor uso
fulnesa notwithstanding tho nuw uamo
.given her, and tho "Voary Mary." ua
sho has been facetiously called, will
tako a final rem, and to tho traveling
public a liner and bettor steamer will
be given, which has been a long felt
wnnt. especially ns the travel tn tho
pJorlhwest Is growing In favor, nnd Is
a convenience for tourists who hall
from tho "Sound. Cities" for tho win
ter vlsl'ors from Seattle, Tocoma und
other places have bcj Increasing nnd
jbolr uoJtkflf translj should bo given
consideration.'- " v
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