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KVnN'lNO I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, TV II., 8ATUIIDAY, Aim. 0, 1010.
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Lt Burchfield's Dinner llu3 r"r,io of rose point Inrc. Mrs. wltli roses ami tnnldeti-halr foriis.
Llcutonnut llurchllcl'd entertained MeClellan, wlfo or (Scncrnl MeClellan, After luncheon, tlio nflcrnooii was
nt dinner Saturday evening. On Hilt wnH hanilwiiiioly clad In grey meteor devoted to bridge,. Miss Jobcphlno
occasion Mrs, Kligolhnritt of Oat,- crcpo with pearl passemcntrlc. . Mlrs won tho llrst prlro. u dozen lirfhil
land, clinperoncll. Tlio tabic decora- II. Until Young wore n l'ronch crci embroidered dollies; Mls Kiitlierlne
lions' wero red, the center of tlio ta- tlon of mntzo sntln and real lace. Mlrs Stephens cut for the Conkolatlon
bio being ornamented with red car- Josephine McClelltm looked extremely prize, n real lace handkerchief,
nation. 'Attached to each placo pretty In white satin, with louche Among Mm. Lcwfs' guests wero:
card was a U. ,8. Mnrlno Corp pin, of blue. Mrs. James Wilder woio an Mrs. MeClellan, Miss Josephine Me
tho host belongs to Unit branch of lni oiled robe of teal tare. Mrn. James Clcllan, Miss Uosc MeClellan, Mrs.
tho nervlcc. After dinner the parly Saunders' gown was uno of tho moil Samuel Dunning, Mls's Armstrong of
Joined the dancers In tho drawing hcaiitlful worn on thin oecnMon. It Kvansltiu, III.; Mrs. Sullivan, Miss
room at tho Miami Hotel. Lleutcn- i n whto hand-painted chllTon In :i 11. Ilnth Young, Miss Lll Paty, Mrs.
nnt Hurehfleld's guests Included di'blgii of roses ovir an iimlcrilrcsH of Hobert Shingle, Mrs. Crank Halstead,
Mrs. Englehardt. her daughter, Mlsa lemon satin. This custutno was drnpcJ Mrs. Alexander Gilchrist llawes Jr.,
EiiElchardt of Oakland, Mrs. Tracy In the latest modo with a Oreck bor- Miss Alice Spalding, Miss Ethel
IlobertBon of Seattle, 'Vash., Mis lr of black. Miss Hopper was gown- Spalding, Miss Wlnijon. Mrs.
Frank of Oakland. Mini Wciiner ot "1 In n grey meteor crepe. Mrs. Ilcn- Charles Wilder, Mrs. Arthur Ilerg,
Scattto, Wnsh., Lieutenant Kcrrleh, Jatnln Uiillnghaln woru u black satin Mis. IMw.ird Wnlson, Mrs. Ilornbcr
U H S Ncw'or'lnaiis Dr. Turner, trimmed In Spanish lace. Mrs. Lorrlu ger, Mrs. Ilnnchcrg, Mrs. Mary Wld
II 8S Now Orleans, Lt. WllllJ. U. Thurston wovj n grey crero with pearl dlfleld, Mrs, Samuel Wadhams, Mrs.
S Murine Corpi, Mr. , Jack Wattling- trimmings. Mrs. Hen-y Ilond lies- Kelle Jones, Mrs. Annie Lackland,
ton and Mrs Teddy i'lilfurd. ' ' ll,l'ck v;oio a black bp.inti'od chiffon- Mrs. Arthur Marlx, Mrs. Mejer, Mrs.
' ' "'Mrs. Herman I'opke looked Htminlng Mannlc l'lilltlps, Mlss Dorothy Wood,
Recital at Mr. and Mrs. Cllve Davles'. In 'i French gown of lavender with an Mrs. Andrew Fuller, MrB. von llamm.
Tho most firrtilnnatdV nudlcnco of "n-rdrrm of lace. Mrs. Alexander Mrs. Clinton Haltcntync, MIbs Stc
thn tenson gathered on Tuesday eve- Campbell was clad In wlilto 'satin phenn and Miss llallentync.
nlng to bear tho Shakespyir reciter, with nu overiliffitr-nf wlilto laco cm- Luncheon at Country Club.
Marshall Uarrncli of Now York, at tho broldered In gold Bcqnlua. Miss Mae The luncheon given Thursday at tho
homo f Mr. and Mrs. Cllve Davles. Damon looked extremely well In pink. Country Club was a great success. The
Over threo hundred guests were pres- Mrs. Sanfnrd 1). Dole wore n black affair was given by Mrs. Frederick
ent. Tho recital took place In the satin with embellishments of lace. Kiamp In honor of Mrs. Doblo of San
drawing room, wlilch wns Tilled to ov ' Anions Ihoso present were: i Francisco who has been staying for
crllowlng with femininity In handiomo Admiral mid Mrs. Corwln P. Ilees, the past month with her husband and
decolletto gownB, and the sterner sex Oovcrnor mid Mra. Walter Froar, Mr. son nt the Moana Hotel. The color
In conventional evening dress. A and Mrs. Eiuest Mott-Snilth. Mr. nnd scheme for the luncheon wns pink and
.!,, . ereeii.,1 In the northeast Ml 1 A. Scbaefer, Mr. and Mrs. Her- green. The three tallies at which tho
coiner of tho tooin and "wns framed by ninu 1 ucko. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wat- guests were seated were ndorned wltlf
arched palm leaves and feathery bam- son. air. miu airs, ucorge navies, ton- ,,k carnation and mauienniiir lern.
boo- tho clectilcSlghts wero shaded Bill and Mrs. Unlph Forster, lllshop and Timn wns served promptly at ono
,v iimwKnmn Juoanese narasols. Tho Mis. rtestnrlclc. Mis. James Wilder? o'clock, mid a delicious repast was en-
recital began nt half after eight. . Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilder, Mrs. Joyed. Among those who enjoyed
-The nudlcneu,dld not stint their np- Alexander iiliciinst nawcK. .ir. uev. Mrs. Klamp's hospitality were Mrs.
plause or their praises for the excel- nnd Mra. Dllss. Mr. and Mrs. Cation, Doblo, MIsb Armstrong Mrs. Hannc
lcnt Slmkespcarean Interpretation of Mrs. .Inmos Saunders of San Francis- )erKt jirs. Waterman Mrs. M. Phil
Mr Darrnchs. c"- ,r ul"' Mr''- '" '" McCundless, ,,e jirs. Meyer Mrs. Ilallentyne, Mrs.
At ten thirty supper was served. A Mis Gertrude Wilder. Judge nnd Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mrs. Wadhams Mrs.
largo lnual had been erected on tho UH Jnilgo and Mrs. Wilder, Mr. and 8rry i.ewls, Mrs. lick Mrs. Tcnney
lawn for tin) accommodation of tlio Mr. Ilrown, Mr. and Mrs. ICdwnrd jvck, Mrs. Durol, Mrs. C. II. Wood
guests Sinall tulilcs wero placed Tenncy. Mr and Mrs. lledcniann Mr. Miss Ilallentyne.
whero supper was served. Theso nnd Mrs. Harold Castle, Mr. nnd .Mrs.1
, tabls were decoralcd with .red roses. Wllll.uu Castle Miss Heatrlco Castle, Palolo Social Club.
The cntlic lanal wns canopied with Mr..nnd Mrs. GTorgo Castlo. Miss Mar- The Palolo Social Club met last
canvas and fining alternately with Kalet Cas'le. Mr and Mrs. Hllman. Thursday evening nt the lloyd homo
baskets of rare maidenhair' fern nnd Mnjor and Mrs. K. II. Wlnslow. Mr. n Palolo Vnlley.
Chinese lan'cms The uprlglits. or nnd Mis. Samuel Damon. Miss Mue The usual number of games of
lil'l irs vero entirely hidden by palm Damon Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spald- podro were played, resulting In the
leiives' nnd bumlKxi. American and l"S Miss Ethel Spalding. Miss Alice nrst prlsc-H being won by Mrs. C. !'.
Fngllth lings were used prnfusely n? Spalding Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Thurston Merrill nnd Mr. Foster, tho latter
n decoratlmi. On tho laro spiiclnu? r. nd Mrs. Jhiuom Juild. Dr und Mis. nvlng to cut tho cards with Mr.
vfinnilu leading to tho iiinlii entrancu . Cruper Mr. nnd Mrs. James Ken- Unina for the honor,
of this beautiful homo was stationed ndy. Mr. and -Mrs. A. W. T. Ilultom- Delightful refreshments wero Berv
a Hawaiian oulntetle club beiilud n to'. Mr. and .Mrs. B, U. Stnckuble. Mr. cd after tho games,
sciecn ofstroplcal follago. Mr. nnd n" J!r A. l.owls. Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. The club iiicmberB were not par
Mrs Cllvo1 Davles who nro girted as FxM Mncfarlnne. Mr nnd Mrs. A. J. tlculnily over gay on this occasion
n...ininrru in.i.lo ll ibelr frlciiiU CJampbell Mr. and Mrs. (leorgo llo- owing to tho recent cleajh of Mr.
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n VUIUCM IIIClll-
wlll be sadly
ent were Mr.
nnd Mrs. Mer-
Pc-uls nnd diamonds completed tlilu Imni. Dr. and Mrs. C. 11. Wood, Mr. nnd rtl. Mr. and Mrs. Onulston, Mr. nnd
Btiinnlng costumo. llnr slBlor. Mra. Mm. IS. F.ixou lllshop, Mr. und Mrs. Mrs. Foster. Mrs. Mnry Wright, Mrs.
Wmncr. woro a chido of old loao ' icniicy i-ick jur. mm irs. wu- Slnnt.( Mr. Ilriins, Mr. Clyde wrigiu,
leaves velvet.- with a honlton laco ' " r. u,.,, ,..,. ..,.. una,
berllm with diapod a'ecvea of chiffon. Mnkcj-, Miss Allco Macfiirl.inc. Mr. ant) Mrs. Joseph Oilman's Dinner.
A liesrl and diamond dng collar wnJ I,r- un(1 Mrs "obdy, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mra.
worn tfllh this rostirno Her long gold Onrtley, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. C. Jonoa, Mr. Joseph Oilman enlertnlned Informally
chain whlrh held hr fan wns bludded nJ 'Mia- '""O' lwls Mr. und Mrs, , .Unner nt their Walklkl homoNas-
with illnmnnds Mrs Corwln P. tlcos. Mannlo Phllllrs. Mr. und Mra. Fred- tnrliuns comlilned with dainty ferns
wife of Admiral Iters', looked extreme- tlck KK-bahn and olliem. adorned the dinner table After din-
lv bnnilsomn In lavender ratlu with ner bridge whlBt wns enjoyed. Thoso
!n,,,co,,c;RT.l,.,:,d", "w.,1. Orlci,',,. ""' j'""!- n 0?.; Card Party , -roMr..m.d Mrs.Joseph Oil-
Mia 1 McCsndlesu woro n "" ' """ ' """ '"" "'"r"' . man, MP, aim jus. imrry i.w, v-i'
feel at homo nnd tlio universal feeling '"-. "' " .i'-uuui iuuui, K,. raucn, who was
ti.Mt n.n rninri,::nmimi had been -""I1"1 " """i Young, Mr. und Mrs. J. nPr f the club nnd
vir,.mriv enlnvublo. ' ' c'0"'-0 O'-'neral and .Mrs. MeClellan, ,n,ed for many a li
i... ni w,w pI,i in ii rlianilng Ihq .Misses McClellnu, Mr, und .Mrs. F. Among those pres.
i.iLb'.iib ..in. i....i l..Hed lnee. J. Ixivviey, Mr. mid Mrs. n. F. Dllllng- nllli Mrs. Ilovd. Mr. i
rroan'i net with a flounce of real laco ' "10 mplliuenled guests at a MlI nlu, MrB. MllrXi ,i Miss ail
i,om,i v.lih imn.u r mtlii. Mrs. (lard- """'" '""' !."......., ...v...v-. nmn
ner Wilder looked otimning In n black 'Mrs ' Mor,"M lKW ,u h,'r ,roUl
irIt """'V" Sr,K"l",r,r,, ;rl,0,1"0,,s" AH Mm. II. E. Peters, noo Mutch.
w..l,. in i.ri. iir Mm rbailes Wilder wag beimtlfiilly deioriiled fur tho oc- nrt i,or liuslnim wero on the gang-
w". 1 In pnlei.motln wl caslon l palms and ex.pilslto biskets vn) 0, , sierra covered will, lots
was ioln.1 in n pile mue s-iun, of I13l,cnlmIr ,, j!elllllflll rhv8 ,,m, ,!,, t iwk Indlrferciit tlio lund
. , wcie awirded. Mrs. Itamsey. wife of nl.iveil tlio wedillne march to tho ills-
IJaptnln liamsey, won tho flrat prlzo. comfortlire of the newly we-ldiM palr
nu exqulsl o cup and saucer. The sec- The innalc vvas a preludo to the nhow
ond prize, n beautiful nllvo illsli, wan Cr of rlro and confetti, thus making
captured by Mrs. Annlo l.ockland. Tho tbem tho ni.irk for many cjc.s.
convolatlnn iirlio was wiiu bv Mrs.
Charles Falk.' Among tlksi present jir. and Mrs. C, M. V. Forster's Din
wore Mra. Plluger. Mis. J. SI. Klggs, ner.
Misses Pflugur, Mis. Frank HiilstH.nil, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. V. Forater en
Mrs. 1 1 hrry Lewis Mrs, Mannlo Phil- tertalned Wednesday ovenlng, nt
llis, Mrs. Mejcr, Mrs. Oeoigo Horbcit, their pretty homo on Oahu Avenue
Mrs. ITed Marfarlano, Mrs. A. Hum- nnd Jones Street. On this occasion,
lung Mrs l.nckland Mrs. J. F. C. Mr. und Mrs, Sinners of San FrMi
Hugi'iis, Mrs. Lansing, MrB. K. Church, clscof und Mr. and Mrs, Humliurfi
Mrs. Fied Aiisub, ih. IVank Ilofurds, wercjtho complimented Quests. The
I Mis. Rninsey, Mrs. J. I), Dougherty, dinner was In the nature of n fare
' Mra, Arthur Morlx, Mrs. F. Rlchardron, well ns both theso couple leavo on
I .Mrs, P. Uartols, Mrs, Charlos Falk, tho Maiichurln,
I Mrs, Henry Along MUs Avn Ithodcs,
' Mlus Violet McKoo Miss Allco Mac- Mrs. James Hough's Dinner,
fnrlmio MIbs A. Ward, Jllss Hathorldo Mrs. .Inmes Houslwif Stockton, Cull
. Sti'i-hciis. fni nlu, entertained ut dinner at tho
y. Moana Hotel. Monday evening, April
Mr. Harry lewis' Buffet luncheon, sth The guests were seated nt n
Tuesday, Mrs. Hurry Cowls enter- largo circular labia decorated with
tallied ul n buffet luncheon In honor pink begonias nnd maidenhair fern
of Mrs.-x McClellaji and the Misses scatteied In piofuslon over the cloth.
MeClellan wlfo and diightHm of Omi- A most iinlnue center decoration, made
oral MeClellan, U. S. A. The housu of large pink hon buns nrrauged nrtls-
vas,atliAi'tlve)y de orated In hot- tlcnlly uniong which the wnxen be-
bonso tlovvers, nnd potted plants, gmiln btossonis peppud out glvliv; tlio
Pnhoitj anlntlri lr,.u nll.l l-tlliea wrft ntiiwiitil f.imlni. lil.ip, nil fiffet-l of llUllll-
t'or sale by Uensun, Smith Co., Verved from u laig tnble. Sinuller ty Thu placo Cyrils wero hand pulut.
Ltd,; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.: tables each arranged to ucconimod.ito ed novvers tied with pink ribbon Tho
Chambers Ding Co., Ltd.; IIHo Drug four guests wero scatteied around chides on the candles which lighted
Co.: nnd 1 nl VVUn'os-iln Lbl'inr ((M ,nlng rnnin. and in tho larg" jlho tnblo woro of pink nsvcro tho
Dcaluis, lanal. Theso tables vveio bciPcclvd globes on tho electito lights, carrying
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Ices, mints ami other dainties. After
dinner the guests motored up up to
tho I'all. TIiobc present were Mr.
nnd Mrs. Cluirln Mr and Mrs, Tomp'j
kins Doc or nnd Mrs. Collins, Mrs.
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Dinner on the New Orleans,
On Sunclny ovenlns Lieutenant Ker
rick entertained on board the cruiser
New Orleans. The dinner was Borved
In tho wanl room, which was hand
somely decorated In scarlet blossoms,
Red carnations wUro used on tho table
and In la rue bowVi. Tall candelabra.
, with led shades, lAvo an added touch
I of duality to tho able. Cover for
iwciro wero laid, fliier dinner ronvo
was sorved nrt tlii iiusirter deck
where the. paity passed a dellKhtful
evenliiK listening t the music of a
Hawaiian iiilnlet. Homo huiulsnmo
gowns wore worn. J'Mrs. Trncoy Hod-
eilbon or Soittlo In a Fea foam, Aift their trip they will -tour tho Island
Kiccn bilk, which Was trimmed in old of Maul, will vThU Hnlcakala and
lose iolnt laco was most berqmlnH Iho Inn Valley. Mr. nnd Mrs. I'cavy
Miss Kimlehnrd of Oakland'n'die peach uio kevn over out of door sports ns
blow sntln with touches or silver. Is nlso Mrs, Murphy, so they will
which was a-most noticeable gown, thoroughly enjoy the riding and thn
.Miss trunks or Oakland wns most at-, beautiful scenery that the Island or
tractive In a mauve crepe do chene j Maul adonis.
vUth exquisite old' lacu I rluunlng. Miss
Wlmen or Seattle worn a beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Farwell'i Dinner!
dress of blue chiffon with gold thread jr. and Mrs. John I'arwell gave
Those present wero Mrs. Traccy Itob-j H Very pretty dinner, Thursday oven
erlsnn of Seattle, Mrs. irilzabelhj nK The table decorations were red
Church, Mlsa Wlmen of Seattle. Miss carnations und maiden hair ferm,
Franks, of Oakland, Miss Knslvhard, wm, pluce cards to match.
Lieutenant Carey, Lieutenant Schnen-i -k' -k
Md, Doctor Turner. Knslgii lllgliberB ' 0n tnB chn,
Lieutenant Ilurchdeld. Lieutenant 0, Siard'ay, April 2nd. the decU
Itobens and tho ImM , ,lf , ,.,. cllll ,,,, a m0!tt
lainliiinleil scene, for a number of well
0n Maul- ' known people, belonging to tlio city
.ir. ami .nr, lieorge renvy anil en lur tlio uonst. nilil llielr rriomu.
Mrs. Jonfnn Murphy of Minneapolis,
Mlnu., are visiting tho Trunk Until
wins on Maul. They left last Tues-
lndeu with IcIa und good wishes ennio
to see them off and Klvn them u Clod
speed. Bomo of thonl left for new
tnsto for travel ublo to visit tho won
ders of the old world with never h
thought or thu passing of time, nnd un
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able to follow their Inclinations until
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n longing possesses then) to return
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Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Jowett Lowrcy
Saturday, April 10th.
4 to 6. t
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cial aiulTillilctlo circles, departed Sat
urday April Snd on thoQhlna for u
visit to Ills native lieithnud will re
turn In a low months', nrter taking
ihy on Iho Manna Ken Hndlvt'innrhrtiiittN,,olherH for h clinngo nnd xninn
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