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Reception At Arcadia.
Tho "At Home" kUcu by riovernor
-Jnnil'Mrs. Krear Monday afternoon wm
, W an enjoyable nffulr. Governor and
1 Jfl, Mrs. Frear receive during the fall,
pgisurlnB nnd winter months on the first
Jj Monday In every month, owing to tho
.M approach of summer this custom will
lie discontinued until October. Mon
day was an Ideal day for nil entertain
ment. ThU affair was both Indoor
im nnd out of doors. Tho punch waa
I served on tho terraco nnd gracefully
(Jj presided over by Miss May Damon,
v' who wore n whlto lingerie gown with a
Qyj large blue hat. Mrs. Krear. assisted
,lM by her mother. Mrs. Benjamin F Dll-
tii iingiiam, nuu .Mrs. iiviie-tfiiutii, ru
celved In the drawing room. This
. trio of gracious women were hand
, somely gowned. Tho hostess woro : liclween dances the palm girden wne
white silk creie, embroidered In i used as a promenade, which Is ultra)'
conventional design. Mis, Dillingham' n enjoyable feature at the Ynuns.
gown was of black thread lace ovoi Some elaborate and cxqulslto guwr.t
it cream silk. Mrs. Hyde-Smith wits bv'lwero noticed. Mrs. Fierce, , the iilslcr-
comlngly clad In pink and white with
a large picture hat During the recep
tion n,cnblegram came from Italy an
nouncing the mirrlRgo of tho hostess
eldest brother Mr Walter Dllllng'
horn, to Miss Louhe Oaylord. In Flor
ence, Ilalv. Mr Dillingham Is er
popular In the social circles of Hono
lulu, nnd when tho news of the mar-
"" rlngo was announced congratulations
wero received by the happy family
j, i from their numerous friends. v Pictures
, of Mr Walter Dllllimhnm nnd his fl
anceo wcrp arranged In Iho library,
midst a bower of white nnd green.
The drnwlngioom of the gubernatorial
mansion was decorated In lavender
orchids nnd sweet scented magnolias.
, Vases nnd bowls wero filled with thoio
lb tropical flowcrs.i Abovo thii, mantle
hi,., waijf a'frlofo of greenery studded with
while Jessamine and mauve orchjdl.
an Tea and refreshments were served In
. the commodious dining room. At
v this highly polished, circular taWe.
M. Mrs. F. II. Day and Mrs. Harold Dll,
M llnghnm presided. The table was or-
x namented with Duchess do Ilnmt
roses. In tho largo box window, and
i' overhead wero. suspended rare basket
. of maidenhair. The following men and
" women assisted In tho entertainment
r. of 'the guests: Mr n. F. Dillingham
I- f Mr. nnd Mrs. Urdnian. Mr Harold D'l-
i i )lngliani,,Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Mrs J. 8.
Inn Walker, Mrs (leorgo I'ottcr, Mrs. W.
L. Whitney, Mr. mid Mrs. rtobert Atr
" klnson. Mr. Alonio Hartley. Miss May
i Damon Mr. Hugo Fitnr Mr. and Mrj.
ClIITord Kimball, Mis nilznbuti IV)
' dy, Miss Mnrgucrlto Korster and Mls9
r Virginia lrenr
ru About three hundred Kuettts came
-(Mi to pay their respects to the host and
,. hostess between tho pours of 4 and 0.
r! Masonic Dance at Young. '
The reception nnd hall given nt tho
Alexander Young Tuesday In honor
of Most Worshipful (Irani Master W.
Frank l'lerce, was one of the social
successes of tho year. Tho maiiku
ballroom, whero tho reception rwa6
,, , held from 8:30 to S:30, had been beau-
, tlfnlly decorated for tho occasion.
, . Theso decorations hid been left en
tirely to Mr, Theodore Hoffman, nnd
tho electrical display was wonderful.
, In tho mlddlo of this room was bus.
, pended n hugo basket, composed of
electric lights and filled with tiny
lights, the bulbs covered with Cali
fornia popples, so the effect was a
large basket of popples, vrhilo from
underneath tho baskets numerous
strings of these tiny bulbs covered
witlf iiopptes wero caught, and fesd
tooned to tho corners of tho room.
Over tho large entranco and over tho
alcoyc where tho Hawaiian orchestra
pat, woro arranged tho Masonic In
signia in lectrlc lights. , Tho mauka
ballroom was dccoruled with crossed
palms and American Ueauty roses. Tho
Masonic insignia was also in great
promlnenco In this .loom, being com
posed of hundreds of electric lights
During tho recoptlon two Hawullan
orchestra played, Tho music was ex-
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
DR. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREJM 03 MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
ftitiovra Ttn, rirai,
miUt, Uttb WlcWs
4vwb. Kiiq Hn !! itri,
mi vrr7 atrniMn
AtM dviecllnn. II
of i Tcr. no
U rromrlf nmlflk
Ult vt muiUru
Bro, Dr. L
brr sail to ft
Uf (t Ibi L-ul
Ion (ft Jtrttlfut!
vm iui tb
fuWii u 'in 1
'llowrnuit'ii Cfnm 'h lt tarmful
Mi irryiiiltooi." K"r Mlt br ll aruin 5''H'ie
CtfilLT. UOf JUNS, PrMk. 3 Glut Jcnei Slmt HmTf
cellcnt The guest of honor Is an M -
t cmely affable mull. Ho seemed to
enjoy himself thoroughly urn! ex
prcsied his appreciation on several k
etslons. Immediately after tho receli
'on dancing began In both ballroom,
These looms looked beautiful before laul winter nt the Mnani. and wero
the glancing began, Jint when the Hie tcclplents of tiiuch ultenllon ditr
scores of handsomu women In their Ing their visit here. After her return
chic party dicsses filled the rioms
with their escorts In Immaculate even
lug clothes tho plcturo was con-iloto
nnd It wns a most brilliant nffalr. At
11 o'clock refic8hmentH wero served.
Tho tent awnings O'l the ioof gaidcn
had been entirely concealed by pink
roses and from these bowers of tow
ers tho refreshments were served II
wns a very cool evening which (entl
foil promoto the Inclination to dance.
tn-iavv or urn ml .Mnster l'lerce, vvoru
a peau do crepe, embroidered In chid
cllc in tho new stylo of embroidery,
the bodice was embellished with rate
lace. Mra.l5. I, Spalding looked ex-
treiAely well In maivc: Mrs. MoirlV
Grossmnn looked Ktpnnltig In an Im
liorted gown of black, sequlncd In
black. Mrs. L. Tenney I'eck looke-1
cliohnlng III tTWarirtco rnbH over 1 1 lie
satin, with Jeweled ornaments. Mrs.
Francis flay of Kaunl wore an ex
quisite brocaded frock of blue, 'x Hi
touchcH of gold, cold slliuicrs wern
alio worn, hnndsomo Jeweled Ortii-
ments completed tho costume. Mrs.
Falls, wife of. Captain Falls, looked
unusually pretty In n striped chlrfo'i
over whlto satin j her hair war ar
ranged In tho now turban effect, which
wns very becoming. Mrs. Edward
Paris was clad In a beautiful lingerie
gown. Mrs. Jones of San Francisco,
Junked handsome In a black satin
.spjugled with Jet. Har daughter. Mm.
Keener,! woro a nnndpalnted chiffon
wlilch proved yery becoming, Mm.
Keener Is ono of tho ""prettiest and
most attractive women that hnvo vis
ited our fchores for soma time. It is
needless to say that on this occasion
pue was ono of tho belles of tho ball,
Mrs. Charles Crana wore an neenrdi on.
pleated pink chiffon. Mrs. Horry dray
worn a. white satin with an overdress
of .whlto lace. MUs Athnllo Levey.
leojteil glrllfh mid pretty In n white
lingerie. Miss Einmi t.vons lookn.il
extiemely well in pink chiffon crcp
Mrs. Chniles Klstaii looked stunning
ii black-Jetted satin cut In tho latest
mono, .miss utnet Monsarrni wore itpnrK i;iiyMwnere ten' nays were
hluo nnd whlto frock, wfth touches of .spent In sight-seeing, shopping nnd
black velvet. Mrs L. C. Abies woro
a beautiful gown of grey satin. Miss
Marie Douglas wns clnd In a pink
chiffon over ftlnk satin hcqulncd with
Irrldcscent spangles. Miss Winter o'f
Iloston woro n flgutcd pink chiffon
Owing to the lack of space tho list of
names can not ho given, about Tour
Mrs. Blerbach's Bridge Party.
Thursday tifternoon, Mrs. Ulcrhicli
entertained nt bridge. Six tables were
nrranged for tho accommodation of
the guests. Tho prizes wero beaut!
riil. The first prize, n hnndsomo hat
pin, was nwarded.to Mrs. Marks; tho
second prize, u beautiful cup nnd sau
cer. About 6:30 delicious refresh
ments wero Bcrved.
Governor and Mrs. Frear's Dinner.
Governor nnd'Mrs. Frear entortnlned
n score of friends nt dlnnor Friday
evening nt their homo on Piinahou
street. Tho tnble was ornamented
with oxqulslto cut flowers and maiden-
hair fern, .
On account of Illness Mrs. Carrlb
Jncobs Bond did not nrrivo on tho
Manchuria, but will Ball on the Wll-
helmlnn from San Francisco May 11,
nnd on her arrival In Honolulu will bo
tho guest of Mr, nnd .Mrs. Edvvncd Ten-
This evening tho Misses Macquhy
are entertaining In honor of Miss Dlas
und Mr. Hurd.
Mrs, James Saunders, wlfo of Cap'
tain Bamulera, who has been stopping
nt tho Moana hotel for the past six
months, leaves today on tho Mon-
golla, much to tho i egret of her niim
oroua friends In Honolulu. For tho
paft ten days Mrs. Saunders has heeq
nt one entertainment after nnotho
,,,,, , .,--.,. . , , '
which have been given In her honor
This Is the thliil winter this charm
Ing woman has spent In these islandb,
nnd It Is to bo hoped that ho will do-
rlihr tn giikii.i nnvi wining win, ,,u
On horarrlvnl in San Francisco Mm!
.. , ..., , . . .,
ouiiuuura will pioceeil IO MlOCKlOn,
whero bio will lin tlm mipl nr M.-
and Mrs. James Hough and Mies Hel-,
en Hough of Stockton, Cnl.,Mr. Hough
Is n banker nnd n nillllomilio of Stock
on Her visit In this palatial homo In
sure to be n pleasant one, It will h
remembcreil that Mrs. Hough nnd Miss
Helen Hough spent n portion of tlAs
from Stockton Mrs. Saunders will re-'
sldo nt the Fairmont In Snn Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs, A. J, Campbell's Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander .1. Cumpbcll
entertained at dinner Wednesday eve
ning In compliment to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jack Dow sett The nffalr was glve.t
In celebration of the guests of honor's
wedding anniversary. Covers w'oro
laid for fourteen, Tho tnble wns
adorned with American lleauty roses
and beautiful hand-pnlntcd place
Mr and Mrs, Charles Folko aro oc
cupying tho Fred Macfarlano country
homo at the Peninsula.
A letter Ins been received stating
that Mr. and .Mrs. Ocorgo CArter aro
In Naples, und nro enjoying the slg-'it-seeing
that that city nffords. Tho
loads nre excellent nnd the Carte
nro enjoying their big touring car.
Judgu and Mrs. Sidney Ilallou. after
nearly ji threo months' trip on the
mainland, returned to Honolulu on
Iho Mnnchurln. This couple nro among
tho leaders of the smart set and their
obscure lids hem noticed during the
social festivities. Mrs. Ballon Is not
only a social lender but takes keoa
Interest In charitable undertakings
wherever she resides. During their
Bojdilrn on tho mainland they wero !n
one continual whirl of gslety. After
leaving Snn Francisco they visited In
I.os Angeles, the former hoire of Mrs
Ilallou. From thero they tmi tho
southerly louto and Journeyed to Ven
Orleans, nnd from there tu Washing
ton. D. C. They were In Washington
off and on. for a month, Iho Judgo com
bining bifslncss with pleasure Mr.
nnA Mrs. Francis M, Hatch givo a
largo dinner In their honor. Mrs. Hal
today, who sojourned at tho Moann
'Hotel Inst full, entertained at a largo
ten In honor of Mrs. Ilallou. The
(Mlsrcs Southclnnd. who stopped nt
. Honolulu several yesrtj ngo, when Hie
j Atlantic Tleet was hero, nlso give l
largo tea In honor of Mrs. Ballon
Frni Washington they went to Now
theatre going, and from Micro, they
traveled to Louisville Kentucky, nnd
vlr.ltcd with relatives of tho Judge,
On-lhelr return to Sn'i Francisco. Mrs,
Henry Dutton nnd Mrs. Scherwln en-
tTtnlned nt an Informal tea at the
Palace Hotel In hono'r of Mrs. Ilal
Luncheon at Wallele.
Tho Misses Wnlker and Mrs. Fred
erick Klcbnhn gaVo .1 picnic luncheon
Wednesday In honor of Mrs. Uenjos,
Tho setting for this picnic wbb Wai-
loio, in Kullhl valley. -Thin home Id
situated at thf head of this vnltoy
and nt tho biso of beautiful moun
tains. The roads nro excellent for
nutomoblllng and tho scenery Is gor
gpous. About forty friends wero In
vited to meet the attractive and vi
vacious guest of honor, Tho party
motored to this lovely spot, where a
I delicious luncheon was 'awaiting
them. After luncheon tables wero or-
ranged for bridge. All the guests did
I10t participate In this game, as boiuo
)prefe4rei to vyaniler around the ox-
, tensive nnd beautlfiittl grounds sur-
rounding tile pi etty home, while others
'ool advautaeo of the fresh water
awlmmlng pool donned "bathing suits'
enjoyed tne HWimming. Alter a
mosl enjoyable outing tho guests
tnrtcil for home a Uttlo uftcr nvo
.o'clock. Among those present wcrp
Mrs. Frederick Klcbahu, Miss Agu.H
n!,k0r J!r8, C"10,3' ?"B MnrK,lrel
Wulker. Mrs- C0'11 !' oe- "
Samuel Dunning, Mrs, 8am Allen,
I win MsTm A III'
rV''h J"-! HABBISON'S 4-DAY HAIR
COLOR. It Is the on ventre ytuccentj and
,ii.i,r(, .......if.. i,' ih. .......
Simple II. rmlsti- Certain. Sold tor 20 yean,
recommended and uted wllh tatltfjctlon by
thousand!. Contain no lead, sulphur or other
lurmlul Innrodlent. II "dves" and "roilorers"
itl.OO, At all llrtl-class druggists and
TiT-iTeoiT emrT-nTr p. nn
p0rt and Hotel Sts '
i:vi:nin(J iiui,i.i:tin, Honolulu, t il. satuhdav,
Mrs,"IcWaltio, Miss Agues Molntyre,
MrsE. Faxon Ulshon. Miss Jnllnti
.NfonsnTfrnt, Mrs, Arthur Brown, Mrs.
Edward Tcnneyt -Mrs. Ernest Molt-
smith, Mrs. J.t &. Wulker. Mrs, Ah
drew" Fuller, Mrs, Iwnnl A. Jones.
Mrs Oeoree Poller Mrs. Charles
Wight,' Mrs. Herman Focke, Mrs
Charles Bryant Cooper, Mrs. Alex
nnder J. Campbell, .Mis. Lnng. Mr.
Jnek Dowsett, Miss Mao Damon. Mrs
Francis (lay, Mrs. Chtifles Elston.
Mls Wiinr,J.MI.ss Itenjes MUs Wllhel
niliin Tenney, Mrs. ittilph Forsler,
Madam Frlque. Miss Dulsy tlras. MU
Helen Alexander. Mm Chlrlos Wilder,
Mrs. F. A. Sclnefer Mrs. Hetirge Iter
bert.Irs, J Wnldron, nnd ntjitrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Lewis, with
their .son, .Donihl, have tnken apart
tiidils nt tho Mo.in. Hotel. Mr and
Mm. Lewis will remain souio tltnd nt
Iho Moana, prior to their trip lo Aim
tralln. Mm, Francis M Swanzy will leav.1
New York on the Hlh of June. 'Mm.
Swnnzy und hqr two iHughtors will
sail on tho Manretnnln for England,
where they will tour Iho British Isles
in their automobile. Later In the sum-
inor they will travel leisurely on the
continent. Mm. Htvunz) Is hnsiltahl)
Inclined nnd Is noted for her beauti
ful entertainments. Kho Is being
missed by her numerous friends In
the Islands, '
Colonel A. 0. Ilawes, who arrived
recently from the malnlind, has been
conflned-to, Ms homo with rhoumstlsm
nnd has suffered severely from tho
After n very picas ml vlflt in town
at her father and mother's hoinoon
tho corner of Kin nt and Lrmallln
streets Mrs. Clifford Kimball return
ed Tuesday to Join her husband ut
Hnlelvva, who fs manager of tlint op
ular carivansnry Mrs. Kimball hns
been keeping house for Iter father, Mr.
Tom King, , while her mother has been
visiting her youngest daughter, Mrs.
Charles Illce, on K.uinl. Mrs. Kin I,
after a very pleasant visit with. hCr
daughter, returned the first of tho
week on tho steamer liltinu.
Mr, and Mm.. Frederick Waterhouso
will leave' shortl) for Slng-lporo. ThU
..v umtmms, '
'JKBST. '"' -. 1 '.fl n& If HI. 13. r "TS. YJiWVMV.NWiL't.Vra fern. ?SiSrayiHaWPt
Vim. MV m. W vay sry h Vvt.sAL'Y. ttaffMjfASj,, U fc,W,VVVfflKiiW
-" jw JFJKirsiVY x & ak
'.". Hot Bay-
$ 9U cau c' strength and energy oozing out
H?i,of-ydur pores with every drop of perspiration.
; Work-because you have to. And thirsty!! Can't
. quench it.
Bottled Exclusively in Honolulu by
Hawaiian Soda Works, - f$
may -. idio. ,
young man is teiy much Inteiesled
rubber. Ho and his charming wife
will remain nwny from Honolulu for tho affair.
over a )ear.' , ' .
i I Mr. Parker's Swimming Party.
Miss Helen Alexander Is 'building Mr, Ernest Psrker entertained
a bungalow In Nuunmi Valley. This Thursday uVenlng nt his Munoa Vallei
gives piomlse of being one of tho mnt 'rosldcnco nt an enjoyable swimming
attractive homes In this picturesque party. This Is r-oiisldcrcd one of' Mi
vulloy. Miss Helen Alexander Is i most bpaiillful nnd nrtlstlc homes In
very successful horticidtiirlst. Hri Honolulu. Mr. Ernest Parker is nil
lieniitlful roses at o renowned not im' JnrlhU of merit mid ho planned mi.)
in iiiimmiiii, imii on ipu miiiir isiun if. cnrneii out uio niierior iH.csir.uion m
i this ' home. "A largrt fresh watoi
Mrs. J. 8. Walker's Bridge Party. swimming pool Is In the grounds of tin'
Mrs. J. S. Walker entertalnol In- iar(orc About nlno o'clock uuto
fornully at bridge, In honor of Mm. , mobiles began to arrive. After don-Hyde-Smith
of Snn FinnclRco. There ,lng bathing mills a swim was enjoy
wciu three tnble3. A prize was award- t tills natatorlum, tho exercise In
cd to tho ono possessing the highest ,)l0 C1)M wtPr helping t i,et their
more nt each tabK Mm. Arthur ppotlcs fo tho delicious hot supper
Brown won the first prize, a JujuuieM ,h.lt Hap M.r-vcI nrter their dip. Lnte
wntercdlor. artistically framed.Mr. lllo evening Hid party motored to
Charles Bryant Coopir wa nwardert l0 Nuuniiti Pnll. Among those prrscnt
Iho prlzo nt her tnble, n handnonio Jap- L,IU M- ,, Mr8 lk.nry Afc.iijr. Mrs.
nnnro plate. The third prlzo wna w - Jcnhart.N Mlns Margaret Mrlntyro
by Mm Arthur Wilder, a Satsumn Inn ' Mg, reI1(, nlxon, Mr. Robert-Paris
lion dish. Among (hose present werolfrnm Knin, Mr willtam Dixon, mil
Mm. J. S. Walker, Mr. Hyde-Smith, t,eit..
Mrs. Corvvln P. llcRMm. Edvvi'd '"
Tenticy, Mm. Aithur Brown, Mrs.) Mm, Sturges, wife of Captain Slur
Chnrles Bryant Cooper, Airs. Arthur Rs 0f th0 uh Cavalry, will leivo on
wilder, .vim. re. i-iixom iiisnop, -Mrs.
nnt oiii uiiniigiiuui, amps Mac u.-imon.
Mrs. (Itsjrge Potter and MlhS Mnrgaret
Captain nnd Mrs. flohaids of tho
U. 8. M. C. entertained at dliinei '
Thliisday ov'eutng In honor of Lieu
tenant Ancriim, Lleiitcnan't Pin sun
and Lleutinnnt .datr.-.
Mis. Mary.tltinn Is visiting Mr and
Mm, E. Fuxlui Illghop nt llielr besiuh
home nt Wnlklkl.
-Mr. Sam Parker will cntcrtalif many
of his friends at a typical Hawalla'i
Itinil today. Tho event Is In eclebra
tlon of his. birthday. An Hawaiian
quintette cnib will discourse sweet
Hawaiian melodies during the ltiju.
Great preparations havo been made
for this event. Iletnlners have gonoTIio repast was served nt one o'clock,
tu tho mountains for rnro ferns and I
i greenery to festoon the beautiful homo
on I'.mnu Btrect. All Ilnwallati doll- 'Miprnno Hilolst-who has been delight
nicies will bu served In the old style Ing Honolulu nudlcnces, left Tuesday
so dear to tho kaalmniias heart. The Um tho Muuna Kea for HIW. Miss Lln
long table -will not only groan withjdeman will' visit Mio volcano in the
theso detectable things, but will hi company of her brntlior. Mr. Ferdl-
You'll enjoy a delicious,
You'll feel the'differenrp -
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Thirst delifjhtfullv auenched. jSIow. isn'r t wrth
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GET THE GENUINE
1 hirst-Quenching Jmr
T.lttM DC IL VerVWllPrP uv' rtirow ninK f
In bedfeked wllh fern, flowers and Ids.
Over fifty guests have been bidden tu
. July Irnnsport to visit relatives In
nnd Mis. Wlllnrd wllL leave for
Fort I.eavcMWorlh. June 2nd, on
Doctor nnd Mrj. Miibsor of Mm Hth
CaTalry passed through Honolulu on
tho transport Logan. Tho Mussers
had only n day In Honolulu, but wore
busy, being entertained by their numei
Mrs. Eben Low's Pot Luncheon.
Mrs. Eben Low If entertaining to
day In honor of Mm. Itenjes nt n pol
luncheon at her home on King streeUJ
This nffalr Is not large, only the fam
ily nnd a few Intimate friends being
Invited. Iho tnble wns adorned with
.ri.iiiui i:,uii!iiiimn, nun It-in ... mail 11,
sparkling lass of
cvsfi cmmM.w .:
sVw2s:ty M - ,ffitk.
sirafc(ftw5sr,-?u'Kftr.v tf','i7 w)u-ii.',iwv
timmfgrnmsm' .- ysm, msmi
B-WLXaviH vr?mM.r jpjrjmjtiXU's 's Ji iv.t ., 1 ,..' ..j..tij- mt
rnnl rrvmfnrtnMf n(r,cUr,A
jnatid Undoman, and Inter will glvo a
(001100x1 fa Hllo.y 4The people of this
I town were so' nnxtous to hear this
talented singer Mint they had her
brother send a wireless ,t Honolulu
I asking her to co"mo up Tuesday on the
Tho numerous friends of Mrs.
Finncls M. Hotrh will bo srirry o
hear that she hi bi'en qulto III this
winter In Washington I), C, hnvlnj
Buffered several months from (he ef-
feet of lu grippe.
Mr, nnd Mm, Fred Mncfnrlano nnd
Miss Allco Mdcfnrlanu nro spending
soveial vvcekB at Alnllmniitt, on the
wludunrd side oufhls Island.
Lt, and Mrs. Cunningham's Dinner,
I.t. and Mrs. Cutin'nghani. entertain
i.d nt dinner Thursday eyonlng nt their
home nl Lcllehtia. Covem wero laid
for eight, tho table being decorated-,
In crimHon carnation's and maidenhair
I.t, flronlger' will return to Hono
lulu on May Gtli, on tho ndxt trans
lort from Sail Francisco. Lt, Oroni-
gcr Is not onjy a np!oiulld officer, but Is
n great roclal favorite ns well. Onv
his arrival In. Honolulu he will, proceed
to Lellehim mid. Join his regiment,
which la tho Stli Cavalry.
Dr. and Mra. Walter Hoffmann's
Dinner. ' ,
Doctor' nnd Mrs. Walter ltoffiiiani
will entertain Informally at (tinner til
morrow evening In honor of Mrs Hen-Ji-s
at their homo on Klnau street
Mm. M. F, Piosscr nnd lirV Bister,
Miss Thatcher, will not bo ablo to
leave on the Mongolia, as they had
planned for all the accommodations
nro filled on the Bhlp, but thoy will
leave on the Siorra, which sails tho
middle of this month. ' '
Mr, Ilruce CartvVrlglil, Jr., entertain
ed Informally at dinner Thursday ove
nlng nt theYoung Holcl In honor of
Mr. and Mrs, fliistav Schaefer, Covers'
wero arranged for six nnd" the tnblo
wns decorated with cholco cut flowers. '
Mr, and MVa,. Robert Atkinson nro
staying at the Peninsula for ,a tew
vou see an
1 . 1
niiuii uium f
of Coca-Colav f
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