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I This expression win heanl from
lit j I the lips of somo departing tourists
& I ns thov boarded the "fern lm.it"
SIcfra. which sailed Wednesday, tho
sixth or April, carrying a number'"
"0f nassencprn In thn Co.iHt. Thn'"
...jvharf presented an nppearance of
.j great beauty, distinctly belonging to
t Hawaii nel The passengers, as the)
1 passed up to the deck of tho ship
S which was to bear them onward,
were covered with garlands, women
tj .almost burdened with the lels, which
tl gloving friends presented them, and
the men were also recipients of the
lei women's art
Xs the Sierra's passengers stood
at' the rail, each one was given a
coup a of packages, with Instructions i"
To'brcn them and cast the contents "
which was ribbon confetti, to their'"
friends on shore; the ribbons were "
of many hues and when caught byjU
their friends, n rainbow effect, was.B
, the result. Many prominent Kama-'tt
alnns were departing for tho maln-iH
land, and n goodly number of tou-,8
.tc.rlsts, who have spent a long enough St
,yi Uroo In the Islands to appreciate the
m beauty and udeantages or the clim
culnte, making them most reluctant to
Doctor and Mrs. Frear's Dinner.
Violets and pink roses ornamented
the tablo of the dinner at which Dr.
and Mrs, Philip Kieur weio ho3t and
hostess of Thufsila) ccnlng. I land-
fllllfltcwl tllMPO MPlH (llHltll!lTOfl till!
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,i eight places t the table. The bon
SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE PAST WEEK
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Dance at Moann.
I. lent. Ilurchflctd's Dinner
Dinner at KngllSTi Consulate.
Mrs. James Hough's Ten.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis' Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Pred WaMron'a Dinner,
Mr. and Mrs. Hob Shingle's I.uau.
Dinner on board V. 8. 3. fS'ew Orleans.
Mrs. J. Morton niggs' Card Party. . i
Mrs. James Hough's Dinner. '
Miss Ada Hhodes' Dinner. ' .
Mrs. Harry Lewis' nuffot Luncheon. ,
Miss Makce's Hrldge Party. "J
Luncheon at Outrigger Club for Miss Swn'nzy.
Mrs. Ernest Wntcrhousc r. Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (llfman's Dinner.
Drt and Mrs. Cooper's Dinner.
Mr. njid Mrs. C. M. V. l-'orstcr.
Mr. aiiil Mrs. Campbell Dinner.
Mrs. IldfUu;' MrldgV Party, .
Paymaster 'and Mrs. Horiibergor's.Dlnncr. ,
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bons. Ices and cakes contributed to1
tho carrying out of tho color scheme
of lavender and pink, Thosaiptesent n -m
were Doctor and Mrs, Fren,r,sflciaoJ a v
Mrs. Marston Campbell M r BitEric' 5 ?
Olgnoux and Mr. and Mig S,olltp, Xt
Drew. SWS jtt
Mr. and Mrs. Waldron's Dinner. ' tt
American Ueauty roses graced the jj
Marshall Darrnrh's Hecltul.
Dr. and! Mrs. Frear's Ul!noV.
Mrs. Dunning' Hrldge JJnrly.'iJ..'
Luncheon fat. Country CJIub. Sf, ,
Mrs. rraiicls' (lay's Dinner. 1'
Mr. and Mrs1. .1. KnrwellVDInncr.
Captain and Mrs. Mark's Dinner.
Dance at Moan a Hotel.
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dinner nt which Mr. and Mrs Pred it ' v .v i'A J -
Wnlilron presided as host and hostess, jj
This function was given In honor of ;j
Mr, and Mrs. Somers of San Krunrlsen. I jj
who linvo been sojourning at.UierMft It tt tt tt tt tt tt a tt tt tt tl tt tt tt Utt tt tt tt tt St tt tt tt tt tt.tt tl
ana Hotel for the past month. Those I .
present at the dinner were Mr. and Lewis nt their home on Pensacnla
Mrs. Fred Waldron. Mr. and Mrs. stieet. Duchex's loses ornnmented tho
Somers, Mr nnd Mrs. Jolmstoji-aijuVJiihW, these-fragrant flowcni being nr-
Mr. and Mrs. Farwell. .'ranged In a cut glass bowl. Among
those who enjojed .Mr. nnd Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper's Dinner. ' Lewis' hospitality were Captain
Doctor nnd Mrs. Chnrlcs Jlryanl lloudlette, Mrs. Strong of Denver,
Cooper entertained nt dinner Wcdnes-l Coloiado, Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy liar
day In honor of Miss Armstrong of wood nnd Mr.' Neville of Denver, Co
Evanston 111. Covers w$ru. laid .fur Iqrado.
ten. Tho table decorations 'wficSfo'T " ' .
lets. Doctor and Mrs, Cooper's dinner! Mrs. E. D. Tenney's Gift,
guests were Major and Mr?. rYd-l, Mis. U. D. Teniiey, who Is a dcoul
hams. Mr. and Mrs. Dcerlng. Mnjrtjr I'niscupallHii and a member of St.
and Mrs. Kennedy. "1 Andrew's Cathedral, presented that
. . ,j.jW'nlv with a most bcintlful glf in the
Mrs. Ernest Waterhouse's Dinner.' shape of two marslo braes canjclabra
Mrs. Alexander Gilchrist Hawes, Jr., Uaeh link tho hmliollcal seven lights,
was the complimented guest at a din- The) are each eight feet high and of
tier gtton Wednesday otenln'i by Mrs. most beautiful design and workman
Krnost, Waterhouso at her home In ship The gift whs In memoij of Cap
Nuunnu Valley. Tho table was e-'tain James McKce tho father of Mrt.
qulultely decorated In cut flowors an Tenney, who gae freely for tho main
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maidenhair fern. Among Mrs. Water
house's guests wero Mrs. Alexander
' Gilchrist Hawes, Jr.. Miss Winston
, Major Hart, U. S. A., and Mr. Jack
Dance at Moana.
; Saturday night April 2nd. one of the
' popular dances for which the Moana
Hotel la famed was glen, and a thor
oughly en Jo j able evening was spent
by the participants. A number of din
i ncr parties were given at this beautl
', ful seaside hotel, and the guests of
the dinner hosts Joined the number
of dancers, and piua enjoyed a most
delightful evening, where tho cool
ocean breeze makes dancing a pleas
urp. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Lewis' Dinner.
" Captain Houdletto was the guest
t of honor Saturday evening, nt n din
i ' ner given by Mr. and Mrs Harry
j i i-ij- -s --
tcnanrc of dlfTcient churches on the
island of Maul.
Dinner at British Consulate.
The British Consul, Mr. Ralph
Forster, entertained at tho Consulate
Saturday evening April 2nd, at dinner
The table was ery beautiful In its
appolntmenjs Uoies were used In tho
decorations. The guests wore Mndnmo
Grns, Miss Gras. Captain Mnrl, IT.
SP. M. C. and Mrs. Mnrlx, Judge and
Mrs, Arthur Wilder, Mr. and Mrs, YA
Watson, and tho host nnd hontess
Mrs. Oav's Dinner.
Mrs. Francis (Jay entertained In
formally, Thursday evening at tho
Young Hotel. The color s;hemo for
tho dinner was reitr After dinner
MrB. Gay and her guests attended
tho Darruch Shakcsparcan recital
which was given that evening at tho
Miss Rhodes' Bridce Dinner.
.Miss Ada Ithodes gave a bridge
dinner Monday evening. In honor nr
Mr. and Mrd. Somers of S'U. Fran
cisco. The tab!" wai liuuiiuntly
decorated In roses mid snillnx.' ,U
ter dinner the assembled guests play
The oil fi lends of Captain Houdletto
weio delighted to seo him and give
Mill a rojal welcome on his return to
Honolulu Captnln lloiullette Is in
command of tho- Sierra. This ship
now promises to bo nno of the most
popular ships on the Pncltlu. . hverv
effort will bo mndo to provide iltnuse
incut for the travelers on the Sleirn,
"in! from n'l iierounts the tablo can
not bo mupasfceil. He whb raptaln of
Australia and (luougli Ills effiuts that
bout "w.w considered tho most popular
lllbhop Uestarick has purchased a
lot at Kiilmukl nnd wilt see that a
chapel Is erected In that growing
Riiouili. thus ghlng the members of
tho Pplscopal faith an opp'jrtunlly of
attending senlco In their own neigh
borhood, for the facility for getting In
to town nt the hour when servicer bo
gin Ib not good. Tho efforts of this
indefatigable worker will certainly fill
a want for which tlio suburbanites will
be over grateful.
Otto Wlx tho popular water color
artist, has senmd a success In Cali
fornia, where ho Ins been for the pist
few months. ' Ills pictures hao n
beauty and charm all their own. and
tho aBsiiranco that his work Iris been
appreciated ts evident fiom tho mini
bur of his erentlons which ho tools
with him somo two bundled hnvo
most nil been disrobed of. This
speaks olumcs for tho loin the Call
W H hX'xTjiSSADlllEfiAlJJlJKtk LlVOAUJ
Begal Sties TnBetwem '
EGALS arc the only shoes made in Quar
ter Sizes. All others limited you to full
and half sizes; but REGALS provide the
one-quarter and three-quarter sizes in between.
REGAL SHOE STORE
' fotnl.m has iilwiijHinnnlfesleu' for ftfl,
j and Mr, Wlx'a frauds nro lesion mill
I tils micccrs Is to them must gratifying,
The hopo Is expressed thai this liilont-
ed mtls,t will l-omo to the Islands
flgahl ninf gather material for new
work, whlchlt Is pitdliled, will yet
j make him famous.
Mrn. Samuel Dunning, wife of Ma
jor Dunning, outci mined at Fort j
Stiafter, In honor of Mis Wndunms,
who will soon leno for tho Coas't,
her huihand. Mnjor Wndhams, liav
Ing been ordered there for duty. Tho
decorations for this oc:abioii were
whlto-atid green, the piedohitt.ntlng
flowers being white littles. The form
of amusement fho-en for tho guests
was bridge, A prize was tho highest
score at each table. Mrs. Charles
Wilder won at tho liead table. Mrs.
von llanini nt tho scram, Mrs. Har
ry Lowjs pf.Jhe ihji'l. Mrs Wndhauia.
nt the fourth and Mlfs MsCienan
captuicd the pi lie at the firth.
Mrs. Hiyninnd wife of Hr lUytnnm!
en'ei tallied with n luldge tea mi Tues
day iifleuioon April Slh In honor of
her daughter, Miss Violet MeKee, an I
It wan also an nnnluTs.ir of her lilrtlt
The first yrlirc. an eyqulnlle Veiilllan
cut glass dish, was won by Mrs. I loin
'way. Among the guonts wcie Mrs. J
M. Dow-sett. MrH Harriet Dowsetl
Mrs. Ileljes. Mrs Julleii Monsarat,
Mis. Lnnz Mis ilaens. Miss Moll)
tile, Mrs. W. F. Mons.uat Mr Geinge
Heibett, Mrs. Janies Iloitgheity. Mrs
C. A. Wldemnn Mrs J. Morton Hoggs
Mrs. Faxon lllhop Mrs. Herman
Focko. Mrs. Gcoige Itoiliek, Miss Alice
Marfarlnne Miss Free h, and others
Dance at HAWallan Hotel,
()n,-Mond.if''eVen'ng April 4th, n
"vety I'njoyablc' litip was given nt tlio
liuyal HaniftliMi Hotel which was
largely attended. This attractive nnd
popular hotel Ii always, beautiful, es
pecially when Illuminated by the man
Mtlig.i of coloind elec'ile bulbs malt
lug tlio grouiiils as well ns the hotel
a lilazo!'of color. The floors of the
lnn;il iuiiI dining 1110)11 weio used for
the duuiers, while thn lanal on the
Wnlklkl side, enclosed In glass to pro
ti'ftlrjie from drafts, makes an Ideil
jilnre lor the lovers of brldgef where
tables nio always In otldenco.
Asliton Honnnl Putter, who li'ts boon
in luuumeralile nffnlrs mid Is welt
known In Honolulu was divorced front
Ills former wife, Miss McN'utt Just ono
ear ago, and was mirileil to Mrs.
Depew p dlMiiced wife of Ganson
Depow, a jear ptot lobs. This second
iiilirilnge took place nt Mrs. Dopow'B
home In Coliiiailo Spiinga ul high
noon Apill S h, and they left Immedi
ate for a honeymoon trip to Kurope,
Tho piesent Mis. Potter Is man time
a millloualichs, Inheiltlng u Mist fin
tunu fium her futhei.
Mrs. Alexainler' Ollelulst Hawes,
Jr., left for Furopo on tho Mnucliuilu
en unite to Parts uht'ic kho will visit
ller aunt. Later she will mnko n t-liurt
ilt.lt Willi Doctor ami Mrs. Ilouunl
Humphreys. Mr. IIuw'h will lst
Mis MIIii Potter In Sputa Ilarb-ira
nnd so oral otlieffilonds In Boutliei
California going to New York, by th"
touthcily route. Mrs. Hawes Iuih
legions of lrlemls In. Honolulu and wiP
bo greatly mlhsed during her sojoui'i
on tho Liiiopein'ruiitiiieiit.
Captain and Mrs. Mailx, V S. Mur
Ino Coips, cuter'alued at dinner cm
plimeiitary to Mr. and Mm. Cli.ulr
Clinpln of New York. Covers wen
laid for eight tlioro piesent IipIii
Captain nnd Mis. Mnrlx, M.r. and Mw
Chillies Ch.ipln, Captain and Mru
Frederick Hanihey, II. B. M C. Ml..
Knlhciins steiheiiH nnd Lieut. Wlllla
U. H. M C.
Mr. and Mrs. C:mpbo(l's Dinner.
Coiiipllnicnttiij to "Mr. nnd Mrs
DdMe of fian Francisco Mr, and Mro
Alexander Campbell futortalnod ln
forinnllv nt dinner Wednesday even
lug at their handsome homo corner of
IleietnnlnaM nuu.nnd Puunliou stieel
CiiU'ls wi'ie iirraiiROd for ten, mid tho
table was decorated -hi loses.
Mr nnd Mrs George, Penvv of Min
nenpnlls entci tallied at dinner lust
Baiurilay at tlio Monu v hotel, when
they have Jiesn spendlhg the winter
The table was exiiusltcly decorated
wllh rut (lowers, nnd gieous, Later
tlio entire party Joined lu tho Infotmiil
hop Hint was given that evening at
Thero was a most enjoyable gath
ering at tho WrtlklM Inn pn Thurs
day cvonlr.g, when a party or
friends of Mr. and Mrs. llergln gnvp
a surprise dinner nnd party In Honor
of Ijio third hlithday of 'Little Hll-
Mis llergln was kept in absolute
IgnnniiKe of tlie bnidiufit and dance,
and tvhen'ulio rVlui'nod nt G o'clunc '
nnd fnuuriVtho jvliole.pliico detornted.
nnd Home fln'lv gli'tt sealed nt the1
dinner trtliM,' sho Waa nvercbmo with
jetnotlnni" v' ' ' '"" ;-l
i' Tho idea of the' dinner orlglnntoll
. v nyff (11,.. iii(,j jiin;ij gir .iwiiwyi'i.u w .wnii;
oran iraaryH) "r3'nW,wH!. FM jT. T S
All doubt of its ability to stand the severest test and
hold up under continued use has changed to unques
tioned approval and sales.
Associated Garage, Ltd.
with Jack Itattersby, and to him people. Several speeches were inadn the hnspltnble Inn.
must be gUen a lot or the credit after dinner, nlid tho toasts wero all Somo fifty couples enjoyed tho
for tho su cess of the evening. A drunk with musical honors. ' dance, and n most glorious time was
beautiful gold mug. on which wero Later on liivtho evening the nln- had by everybody. The Inn dances
Inscribed tho names of tho "luiuch,". let chili nrrUed, nnd a dance. was ate always voted great successes.
wus presented id "Little Ulllle" dur- started which lasted till midnight, and thn olio ou Thursday night was
tug the evening, and n gold locket Tho programs weio' works of art, no .exception.
containing photographs or Mr. and mid besides having tho dances on!
Mrs. lieiglu was also presented by them, had the photos of sixteen ot
the lady friends of both tllu good tho original "bunch" of guests iif1 (Additional Social on PaRC 16.)
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