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UK pctuni appearing on tlio bo-
,clety. page nf this paper Is oiii?
lit Jc. Torn Mc'lrow Mmier
ly of lonnliilu. A cable was
recycd by his parents May
.BlIVOIll tl lllltimlnftlttf Kin nil.
Hiiro to torn. .Ikalnllo Scott Grant,
Mr. Mctlrow Is the only ncn of Doctor
nnd Mrs, Jolm Stager McOruw.of tills
cjty. . Tltoi McOroi-s are ono of thu
most .prominent ninl Influential t.m.
r: Hies of these. (slniidH, and liavu always
" linnifl la ntlit If HlA Innal l.nui.Lnlkf.. lit
u....- i'iiit in iiiu iiitmv lltrnit i tiitj hi
IhA tqt.inila nnil nnltl rfmit vlfiMi
)J oiiiis tn the lioor hoaltli of tiia doc-
' tor lias been the center of uncial nr
' tlvltlcs; Mr. MrClrew's family Ih not
t only prominent oh tho paternal (slde i
ft hut on the maternal n weljjy'MRsJ
0 Mc'lrow was ri M1h gillelt. ofUfilrdirJ
Michigan, and comes of one of flic glib'
pf.t and most dlnt'iiaulshod fnntllici
If of that part of the country ?Jr hit.
i Orow had one sister, Mrs. Charles
Ilryant CjKiper. wife of DrCoopcr or
this city. This young ouple are among
i tho social lond'irs of Honolulu, Mi
i McOrow linn Ijm:i making his homo
lii J!arls for the list five years, much
to the regrst of IiIr numerous friends
In the iJlands, where ho was n Kreat
favorite with both young mid old. Ho
has been ImldlnR a posltlon-wittrthc
Franco-American bank In l'nrs., Hj
was marrlod quietly to Mrs., Orant
only her parents nnd n few Intimate
friends wltneised' the ceremony, Tho
bride Is ft hanilmmo and accomplished
if, woman, and Is the daughter of Mr.
una airs. ueorgo scon, mo toriner
Is a New York banker and millionaire
After the ceremony1. Mr. and Mrs. Mfr
drew left Immediately for Italy, whom
Iho 'honeymoon will hu spent. On
their return to l'arls they .jv.lil' re
side nt 40 Ave dil Hols do Ilouloqiw,
ThU ypung couple may take, ii trip
ntound ino world next year,., ami ..en
route V13U tneir parents in iionoiiiiu
It Is hoped that they will carry out
thfs plan, for they would reyi'lve 'i
rpyal reception by tlio groum'ioH of
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Mrs. Hedemann's Luncheon. (,
Mrs, C. Hedemnnn entortitjuud a
bnvy of pretty young matrons .and
girls Friday ai her Wnlklkl home., com
pllmcntnry to the MIhbch McClell'aii
and Miss Jessica Irwin. Spruyii of
dark red carnations and maidenhair
gracefully combined with .dark fe.l
streamers of tulle, mnilo a beautlfu'
decoration at thu large circular tabh
jX that was beautifully equipped with
priceless china, cut glass anil silver
I, waro, . Mrs, Iledcmann understands to
; perfection the art or entertaining ami
., the, following young peoplo enjoyed
her hOKptUilliy on this occasion: Miss
floso' McC'lcIJan,. Miss Josephine Mc-
It, Clellan, Miss Jessica Irwin. Mrs. Har
old Castle, MrH. Harold Dillingham
,, Mrs. Qustnv Schaefcr. .Mrs. -Johanner
Hedomann. Miss Vera Damon, MIsp
, Irene Iflsher, Mlsa Jessie Kennedy
I Miss Violet Makeo, Miss Wolh'clmlna
Tenney,, Miss Margaret Castle, ,
Admiral and Mrs, Lyon's Niece to Wee1
1, MVIIUlluiin uit ui-ub l,t ItlUHJ HI
en for the wedding" ceremony of Mlsi
v" Margaret Thompson to Ensign Charle'
"' Conway Hartlgan, U. S, N which wll'
take 'place on tho afternoon of Wed
i . ,-.. 1 ,n. I.. C ftf 1. ft-
liusun, Jiiuu in, in ol, muia v.u
tbedrnl. Tho brldo. who Is a blondi
beauty of petltostaturo, will wear r
bridal gown of white satin nnd lact
with conventional tulle veil and flow
ers. The list of bridal attendants If
not yet complete, hut It Ib announced
flia't Miss Klslo Hluz of Mill Valle)
and Miss Laura Uenct, daughter n
Colonel Walker Henet, U. S, A., of Do
nlcla, and Miss Dorothy Draper wll'
be of the party. Mr. Hartlgan Wll
have a brother officer attend lilm a
best man, nnd six shipmates In full
dress uniform will act as ushers
Jnmcs Thompson will glyo his slste1
Into tho bridegroom's keeping nnd ai
Informal wedding breakfast will fol
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forget
DH. T. FELIX COURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREM OR MAGICAL .BEAUTlFlEf
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low the ceremony In tho np-irtments
of the bride's nunt, Mrs. Kdward 11
Thomas. S. Vf, Call.
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Mrs. E. Faxon Bishop's Luncheon,
Mrs, 1C Faxon lllsliup entertained
Fi'lduy at a luncheon party In honor of
Mrs. HonJes. Tho guests wero soatoj
at- twiU long llowerbcdcclteil tablrs
After liintdieon Hie rest of the after
noon was devbted to bridge wlilef
Aniung thd nsfembled guiiMtH wrt.
Mm, Uenes, Mr. Julian MnnsaVrnt.
Mrs. Corwln l IUwh. Mm. flimiitl
nuunlng Mrs. Kdward TVunoy. Mrf.
Cbur'los Wilder Mrs. Arthur Urowti
Itrs. Charl:s Ilryant Cmiier. MiaIloi-man-
Focke, Sir. Ouorgo Ilo.lick, Mrs.
r"rancls Ony, Mlu'Chnrinj KlRliri. Mrs.
Allen, Mrs. Mwqualn, Mrs. Wltlrnianu;
Mrs. DoWKCtt, Mr. Campbell, Ml
Agues Walker, Mlsu M. Walkor, tlu
Mitses Ward (2), and olhsrs.
Mrs. MackaU'; Lunclieon.
' Mrs. Ilritcu Mu.kull entertained nt
i beautifully appointed luncheon
Wednesday at bur borne on l.unalllo
street. Covers were laid for ton, and
lie tubio was ornamented with dell
jato pink curuatlons. A fancy has-
iicl was' placed In tlio renter of the
cable nnd' was tilled with these How
ors, the outer edge of thu basket was
fringed with, mnldun. hiilr rerns. Tl(e
Jiuidlo of the basket wag tied wltb.
,)lnk tulle, while pfnlt cnruutlous aud
Jellcato green ferus wera scattered
jver the kiiowy cloth and added ad
dltlonul beauty- to the table, Dam
joo plnca curds hnnd'palnted with
jonventlouul designs served' us place
:ards. l'lnk Duchess rotes were
oanked around the sideboard, tro
pical palms occupied the corners ot
he rooniB. After luncheon black
soffeo was served In the drawing
.'oom, this room" was beautifully dec
orated In pink roses. Mrs. Mackali
as becomingly gowned in n frock. of
verto urdolse with touches of black.
mong the women who onjoyed:thla
hostesses hospitality were: Mrs. Ernv
jst Mott-Smlth, Mrs, Charlej Wne.
Mrs, L. Teiiney I'eck, Mrs.- Ernest
.loss, Mrs. 'WtObrldge.'i'Mrs.yUexitnder
ulndsny, Mrs, Frcderck WalerholiBo,
.Miss WltKstrum nnu miss .Margurci
Captain and Mrs. Marlx Dinner,
Captain iind Mrs. Murlx entertain
fd nt their home on Klnim street
Thursday evening. Covers were or--unged-
for eight, thu. table was
adorned with cut floworB and maiden
hair ferns. Among those present
were; Captain nnd Mrs, Maris, Mr.
nd Mrs. Iftrry Lewis, Mr, nnd Mrs,
Joseph Oilman, Meutonant Willis.
Vlin Low's House Party.
Miss Mury 'Low cntortalned tyvtjr
y ot Jier frljnilB Irtia dellglttfujjan
ncr,' urtilf V('4it Ji'o'iisii parly' 'St
Poarl ' Harbor, The entertainment
wait given In lionori of Mrs, llenje
COTT GRANT IN
inotored to tho beautiful Koblhson
hbwe 'where the uffalr wiu gien,
wnlle a few went by train. Luncn
eon wastecved a Utile nllcr one
o'clock at two tublfcS, whl.li were
gracefully arranged with cut Dow
ers. Ilefuie luncheon u lurge launch
was' provided for ' tho assembled
guests, uinl a de'.lglitfiil cruise was
taken through Hie loch3 of Fgar;
llurliiirt. Among t!ioe present wore;
MUb Mary Low, Mrs. Itenjes, Mliis
Itcujnj, Mrs. Khun l.ov, Mrs. Sownll
uttd MIhb Suwnll of N'ow 'York, Miss
MawKea, jir. aiut sirs, neiiuey, Airs.
I'hlllu Frtar. Cjptiiln Low, U, S. M.
C, Mr. 1. It. ilaitlett,l)octor lrcar,
Mr. hobdy Walker, Mr, I.urEOii, Mr.
Ilenuey,, Mr. Kohliuon iiniLrMr.
. Mr, nnd Mrs. William 0. Irwin
announced yoelcrday the engage
ment ot their daughter,' Uelene. to
.ChiiHes rcnipleton Crocker. Thlsblt
of new's will be received wITIi Inter
est by hudety In' several cities In
the East nnd In Europo, us well ns
111 Sun Francisco; as bath Crocker
and his llun-ee have prominent so
cial affiliations at homu mid abroad.
To feoclety here the auuouuccinent
comes scarcely ns 11 surprleo, as the
devotion of the nuni; millionaire to
Mls-lrwln has been marked througti
two seasons. v
Miss Irwin Is the only- daughter of
William 0. li'wln of Honolulu and
Sail Francisco, aud, besides being a
beautiful glr of an uiiubuuI classic
type, elio has all the social graces
of one who line been carefully cdu
cated Jmd who has trnveled much
Her education' was begun In Hnno
lulu, continued hore and finished
abroad. Since her s:hool days sho
has lived -as much In. Europo as In
Snli Fni 1 : or Honolulu. On her
return .f.-oni,a!uoid the. winter be
,foro ai fhe temalnod In San Fran
elsco leng enough to jiartlclpntp Ih
a whole season's gajety Here, but
last winter, .owing to tha death of
her aunt, Mrs. Edward lloblnson, In
Fhtlndotphl, fclio was' In mourning
and to Was erjeatly missed frpm.-the
luige niylrs of tha Eeneon,
Following her return from tho
Raftt In December- sho was pile of
Covets a tresh, smooth, satiny comptex
lon, and, what satisfaction and peace of
mind Its possession brings. The lines
of age, worry and overwork are render
ed well nigh powerless by Mrs. Nettle
HARRISON'S LOU MONTEZ CREME
A wonderful soother, healer and protec
tor to a dry, contracted or chapped
skin, II Is Complexion' 'Insurance.
Cqnvltica, yourself of Its remarkable
I power by obtainine a iree sample and
ook'tCliET if BtAUTT ABO GOOD HEWH" at 5
nTVNsnN RMiTir a r.n
tlONOM)L,tyVr. Il BATUUDAY, MAY
Whenever; wherever, however you see an arrow, let it
point the way to a soda, fountain, and a glass of the bever
,.ae that is so delicious and so popular that it and even
its advertising are constant inspiration for imitators.
tlio party who made the trip to Me
xico with Miss Jennie Crocker In
her prlvute car, nnd wns also u mom
bor of the Crocker party attending
tho polo games ' nt Coronado In
At fto .recent Tableaux VIvantB.
in which all society wag Interested
Miss Irwin posed as Madame" Iteca
mlor, 4ho most beautiful woman In
Franco, nnd the plcturo was one of
the' striking successes ot the pro
gram, . !
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you hoi? -j53u Coca-Cola is cooling.
you tired? &mmlamm-i. Coca-Cola relieves Fatigue.
von tliirstv ? a- Coca-Cola is thirst-quenching.
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Do you crave something just to tickle your palate--not too sweet,
. U.,- ni;Tf ian1 vim nnrl ao? Coca-Cola is delicious, a
IA41TV ?,!. 1 Q -
Bottled Exclusively in Honolulu by
Charles Templclon Crocker Is the
son of the lato Colonel Fled Crocker
and one or the wealtlit,ggtUluuE men
of the West. Jlo Is a nopbew of
Mrs. Charles II, Alexander of Now
York, and hlu elder sister was Mrs,
Francis llurlon irtirnon.- With his
yomigor elstcr, Mltrs Jennie Crocker,
ho 11ns taken a prominent par( In all
the Bo.lnl affairs of tho last winter
hero. He graduated from Yale with
tho class ot 190" and Is n member ot
the Automobile Club of America, the
l"!"ll" "'li.l.iil ' 11 J . X?SEvlT-i;3l.'Jl' A - Ml
GUARANTEED UNDER NATIONAL PURE FOOD ACT.
HBrSaA7e B-Hiysrcrv- yonnnTiAM
IIVH "B IBI H lUi;UOIMl
I6vejoy tfe' Co.,
. y.. !yuMi -.i. wmu.t
Union, Haciiuct Hiding nnd Tuxedo
clubs of New York and of the Ilur
llngame, Pacific Union and Dohemlnn
I No .data (or tho wedding wns-Included
In the announcement ot the
engagement yesterday, but Is is ex
pected that, the marriage will not
I bo long deterred, nnd, uniting, 'ns It
will two of tho most prominent fam
ilies In the community, when It does
take place It will doubtless be one
of, the most brilliant functions rec
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vou see an
of Coca-Cola. -1
orded In the soclul unnals ot the city.
Miss Winston's Dinner. -
Miss Wlr.ston entertained Inform
ally at dinner Thursday evening at
theMoana Hotel. The table was ,
decorated 1 ti green and white. After'
dinner the hostess, and her guests at
tend the a'rmy hop that was given
at tho Moann on that evening, llss
Winston's guests were; Miss Dertha
Wurts, Mr. Richard Wright nnd Mr.
Thomas King. " '
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