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EVENMNG nUtXETIN. .HONOLULU. T. II., F1UDAY. JUNK 10, 1910.
Mr. E. Faxon Bishop's Luncheon.
Miss KIsa Itenjcs and Miss Meier
were the complimented Ktiests nt a being cither an elocutionist or n vocn
luncheon w(hicl, was given Monduy J lint she carries her audience, with her
Fnxou tlltnp at her allf
resident c,.., Coders were laid
twelve, the oruameiitntlon of
table was hcautlful, consisting ol
8hasta dilslcs and violets l-arct
Corsagq bouquets of the latter flovvei
were ound jffc 'each place, and worn
during tlio nttcrnoon by the bevy ot
prcttr gjrhy.and joitng matrons that
w er'o iretif .' Luudieon was served
at ono o'clock In the main dining
room. The setting was of palni3
Iinnslng baskets nnd n beautiful floral
dlsnliy. After luncheon a number
of, he GUCJtBJplajed bridge. Anions
ihnio' ifcatc'd' lit tlfe limcluon tnb1
wio Mrs E. Faxon Illnliop Miss F.ls.'i
Tlenjoi. Miss Meier Mri. llprolil Ca
tie, Mrs. Oustav Schaefer, Miss Ilosle
lletheit, Miss i:mlly Hlce, MIsh AIIcj
Wftterhouse. Miss Hc'cr Alcxandoi
Mli-i Dorothy Wood, Miss WlUielinliia
Tcincy and Mies Deatrlce 1 Inlaw ortli
Song Recital at Davles MefnfBitHal!
Mrst Carrlt J?c bs llcnd" "wIirklCc
ft soiib recital a w ek from tonlghbat
the Dales Memorial Hull. "Th"c-rc-cltnl
will take placo nt 8' 16 o'clock
Mr Cornln P Itces, Mfs.Kamuel
Dunning. Mrs. Sanford IK Ooic, MrH
S M Damon, Mrs Ernest Mott-Smlth
Mrs. Kreilcrlck Jcwctt Lowrcy.-MiB-
ncnjamln 1'. Dillingham, Mrs T Cllvc
Davles Mrs William Itlcliaul Castle.
Mrs T. Faxon Illshnp, Mrs,Gcorg6
Potter. Mrs. Hcrmun FocR&SJfr'itF;
onso (Jartley, Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs
George lleibcrt. Mrs. Walter- Hoff
man, Mr., Jack dalt, Mrs..CurLHollo
wa, Mr.,Cbarles Ilrjutit Coopur, Mrs
W. 1J, Wcfitervell, Mrs Theodore
Itlciia'rilf., Mrs New comb, Mrs. Jack
Donsett Mrs, William 1). Adams, Mrs
lltnry Uond Hestnrlck. Mrs. A. J
Ljou and Mis. Edward Tciiuey will
"Tho follow Ins program wilt" bo 'ten'
(. j no rreo concert. .
Iho City Visitor.
The City Ucporttr.
An' t'vo Got Home.
When to Ilulld Your Castles.
Tho Perfect Day (new).
The Shepherdess (new).
Songs uml Stories
Tho Smith Uoj and His Mother.
His DuttniiH are marked l!U. S."
Going to Church with Mother.
What.'B tho Ube?
(My Old Man'a Artlloom.
- L kSL. YoJ Truly,
Jutt A-wcar)lng for You.
' "HkUMinuto Songs (new).
About Little Kittens.
In Dear Old Hawaii.
Play MakeUcllcve (new).
Tho Path o' Life,
Mrs. Walker's Dinner.
Atfhcr homo In Nmianu Valle), Mrs
- Jand 'Walker entertained at dinner In
honor of MrB. C. . Wells. This dlu
ncr was In the nature of a farewell,
as Mr. and Mrs Wells left Wednesday
on tho Sierra for San Tranclsco. This
affair was a pretty ono, Tho table
was ornamented In rosoa.and Bnillax,
Covers wore arranged for twelio,
Mr. and Mrs. Du Rol't Dinner.
j Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs. Carl
'Du Hoi entertained nt dinner at their
Nuuanu Valley hqmc In honor of Mrs.
Itenjes and MUs Elsa Ilenjcs. Tho
large circular table was decorated In
white carnations and maidenhair fern.
Attractive place cards were found at
tho placo of each guest. Among those
who enjojed Mr. and Mrs. Du Hoi's
hospitality wero Mrs. llcnjes, Miss
Heujes, Mr. and Mrs. Constable( and
Mrs. Jacobs Bond's Recital.
" Mrs. Carrie JaclioB Bond Is to glo
a recital in the Parjsb l"5"80 o( lll
Central Union church on friuay oven
ing Juno 17. This Is very good news
thn old friends of Mrs. Jacobs Bond
who beard her during her first visit to
tho olty, and ulso gratifying to those
I ' t i nr tin, nml hfivn lontS
wno navo nwuiu "
cd. for the opportunity of listen ng to
tho tnterprotatlon of her compositions.
, Mm. Bond as an author and pub
Usher, has mado a great success. To
listen to her Interpretation of her
songs Ih to lie with the characters
thu represents l.n.vln?; no claim to!
In n Ktlc that is nlmnsl hpnottc. And
tho best of It Is, thnt pleasant inem
orles and plcasnnt thoughts nro the
"left oors" of her recitals. She
strikes a strain of pathos that starts
tears to tho cje, but It is the kindly,
loable, comiortablc sort with tho
harshness entirely removed. Her song
"In Dear Hawaii" has become n, fin (tr
ite throughout the Islands and a per
manent part of the Island music
Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club.
The Wednesday Aft'rno.in llitlge
Club met with Mrs, John Hornbergor
nt hir artistic home on Green street
Wednesday was an Ideal day for play
nig cards, although raining It was
cool one Is so used to tho sunshlney
Ias in "Fair Hawaii" that when an
occasional showery tiny come unless
ones niliui is occupied with some
form of entertainment we are apt to
bo dlrcontented. All tho members at
tended, Wednesdaj und an enjojablo
day was spent, the hostess Imlng
none cicrj thing conceivable for tho
cviflTortr and entertainment of her
Jucit. Mrs. Turner won th3 first
Jirlre, nsllier bon bon spoon Mm.
Pilliiunr was awarded tlin scond a
Koitnifr spoon. About 4:30 o'clock
j'nllHniiff refreshments were Brrvol
Among those present cro Mrs. John
Homberger, Mrs. Lane, Mrs Putnam
Jjs iard, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Wll
llama Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx. Mrs Fred
erlck Itamsey, Mis Frank Itobards
Mrs Chapman. Mri. Pardee, Mrs.
Smith Mrs. Chaulkcr. Mrs. Shecdy.
Mrs, Wilcox and Mrs. Falls.
Buffet Luncheon. I
One of the most elaborate; nfTalrs
of the week was the buffet luncheon
3heii by Mrs. Arthur Wilder nt her
artistic buiirfatoM nt Wnlklkl. Lunch
ton was sened at ono o'clock on tho
large lanal overlooking the sea. The
repast was sctved from a long table
lianKed with .Marguerites and Alls
frnlia maidenhair ferns. After lunch
eon, the guestB nnd their charming
hostess devoted tho afternoon to
bildgc Among the Kiiests wero Mrs
George Potter, Mrs Robert Atkinson
Mrs Harold (llffard, Mrs. C 11 High,
Mrs. Arthur Brown Mrs J 8 Walker
Mr. Arthur Ilcrg, Miss Allco Both,
Mlsq I uily Mncfailune, Miss Allco
Macfarlunc, Mrs. Fiedeilck Klebahn,
Miss Helen Alexander, Mrs. Mftunlu
Phillips, Mrs. Ilnrr Lewis, Miss
Winston, Mrs. Alexander Compbell,
Mib. Jack Dowsett, Mrs IX A. Jones,
Mrs Joseph Oilman Mrs. Ituiph Fors
ter and Mis, Georgo llodlck, mid oth
Mr, and Mrs. Dillingham's Dinner.
TwcIo covers encircled tho beau
tlfully nppointid dinner table at which
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dillingham pre
sided as host and hoStesB at their at
tractive hungaluw on lleretnulu ave
nue. Tills entertainment was given In
honor of Mrs. Dillingham's mother.
Mrs. 11 de-Smith of San Francisco,
who will spend tho summer monthb
with her daughter and con In law, Tho
dinner tabla was ornamented with
white carnations and maidenhair fern,
while hero nnd there wero silver
candlesticks with chndes of tho new
Tiffany green. After dinner a mu
slcal evening was enjoyed. Among
thoso present wero Mr. and Mrs, Har
old Dillingham, Mrs. Hyde Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Ivors, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bryant Cooper, Major nnd
Mrs, Dunning, and Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Frear'g Dinner,
Yellow coreopsis adorned tho din
ncr table at the dinner which wai
given by Dr. and Mrs. Frear, Tucsdaj
evening, at the Hotel Courtlund. This
affnlr was given In honor of Miss Eva
Lindeman. Tho following 'guests
were present: Mr. and Mrs.r pprcy
vMorBo, Mr, nnd Mis. Llndcmap, pml
Big Doings at Outrigger Club.
This evening will bo a gnla night nt
the Outrigger Club, and nt tho"Mqana
Hotel. A chowder will bo served at
tho club from II vo o'clock until eight
After that a water cnrnlvul will take
placo. Dancing will tnko placo In
tho pavilion or tho Outrigger Clull,
and also at the Moana nnd Soasldo
Hotels A chaigo of a dollar will bo
mado for the chowder This also en
titles one to 'dance at all of tho throe
placcB. Excellent music win no iur
nlshed. The. largo dining room at
tho Moana has been engaged fqr thu
occasion. ThlB floor lias been put In
flno condition for dancing. Music will
be rurnlilTed by Knnl's Hawaiian Quin
tette Club. Fiom S:.", to 11 o'clock
thn Itfij.il Hawaiian Band will play
at-)io Moana Hotel Don't hcsltato
to tpend' our dollar Think what
you' will gu;t In return a delicious Hull
chowder vvllh all tho accessories, nnd
n whole evening of fun
Mr. and Mrs. Emory's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs, Wa.ter Kniorj enter
tallied at dinner Thursday evening In
honor of Mr Emnr'H mother nnd
father's fifty first wedding annivers
ary., Iaist ear Mr. and Mrs. Emor)
celebrated their golden wedding nt
their son's homo On this occnslon
tho Enforvs' beautiful valley homo
was decorated throughout with "gold
en shower," which grows so luxur
luosly In Honolulu, Last eveulng'a
celebration was of a quiet nature, ow
ing to the Indisposition of Mrs. Em
ory, Sr. Tho table was massed with
long clemmed American Beauty roses.
mong tho guests wero Dr. and Mrs.
Philip Trcar, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter
Coombs, Mr. and Ms Lorrln Thurs
ton Mr. Merrlam, and others.
Tho engagement Is announced of
Miss Daisy Oras to Monsieur Bonvll
Hon. Mies Gras has been visiting her
b-othcrlnlnw and slrtcr, Consul nnd
Mrs Ralph Forster, at the British
Consulate She Is ono or the prettiest
and most attractive girls of tho French
type, possessing the vivacity that tho
French women are noted for. Mon
sieur Bonvllllon is also French and Is
tho representative of Patho Frcrca
Bros. This vnuns man was In Hono-
Iii'ii lait Febnnr and resided for
several niontliu In this city before go
ing over to the studio In Shnnghal
which belongs to tho prominent firm
that hu represents. This oung man
possesses a fine personal, appearance,
Is a great traveler, and Ih equally as
iiopuTnrnH h'ls'flnnco. Monsieur Bon
vllllon nrrlved rrom the Orient Satur
day" on the Nlpion Maru Tho mug
people nro receiving the well vvlrhes
and cnngintulntlons of their numerous
Governor and Mrs. Frear'i Dinner.
Thn gubernatorial mansion was thu
scene .of a brilliant dinner Monday
evening Covers were laid for rour-
tten, und the tabla was decorated In,
orchids, Among thoso present were
Mr and Mrs Edward Tenncy, MrB.
Cnrrlo Jacobs-Bond, Miss Elchlor,
Mrs. Wright, Miss Grundy. Judge,
Beatty, Pror Scott. Prof. Uramatn ot
Toklo, and others.
Mrs Cockroft or Oakland, with her
twu dniightcis, Miss Chnrlptto and
Miss Grate, aio sojourning nt the
Moana Hotel Miss Grace Wollinm
or California Is also or tho party. Mr.
Cockrort who Is gencrul passenger
agent or tho Oceanic 8. S. Co., will ar
rive on tho next Williclmlua und Join
his family at tho Moana.
Mr. Dondero's Dinner.
Mr Dondcni entertained Saturday
evening In honor of Miss Eva Undo
man nt a dinner party at Iho Young
Hotel, Tho tnblo was bedecked In
violets. Among thoso present were
Mls3 Llndcmnn, Miss Gcnovlcvu Lnug
ton, Mr. Dondcro and Lieutenant
Mrs. prcar's Luncheon.
Mrs. Frear, wlfo of Governor Frear,
entertained nt Juncheou Saturday In
honor of MrB. Wright, daughter, of
Judge Beatty or California. Abqut
twenty guests wero Invited to meet
tho guest of honor. Hoses wero used
as nn ornamentation for tho table.
Tea ct Country Club.
Mrs. Walter Hoffminft entertained
Informally nt tea at tho Country Club,
Wednesday afternoon. Toa was8ervi
cd on the makal veranda, and tho doz
en guests that wcio present Bpent an
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jvers' Dlnner.y
tvvid iirs, Ivers en
dinner Thursday ovenlng
ng in honorfyf
Mr. Wllllnm G. Irwin. Tlio tablomns
'ornamented with rose's nnd smllnx.
Covers were laid fr sixteen. After
dinner bridge whist was played imUl
a' lato hour.
Admiral and Mrs. Rees'DInner.,
Mr. William Oi Irwin was the com
plimented guest Tuesday evening at
tho dinner which was glvca by Ad
mil nl and Mrs. Corwln Heos. Tho
color scheme for this function was
pink and green. A dcllcato shado of
pink carnations, combined with maid
enhair rem. decorated tho conUr f
tho table, 'llnnil-piilnted placo cuiiW
Indicated tho places of thu guests.
Arter dinner Bevernl rubbers of bridge
wero enjoyed. Tho following people
vvercJiumbercd among Admiral nnd
Mrs. Hoes' guests: Mnjor nnd Mm. n Iclnurcly mnnner. Tio scenery Is
Dunning, Mr. nnd Mrs. IDclinrd Ivors, so beautiful, when in nutos on accounf
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Dillingham, Mrs. or the rnpld transit many hits of tho
Ilvdo Smith of San Francisco, Miss scenery go hy unobserved." In this In
May Damon, Mr. William 0. lrwln.l'stanco this trip Is being dono hy drlv
Doctor Smith ot the U. 3. Navy and Ing, Tim dllTcrent n gilts wl'l ho
Miv Paul Mimelendorf. ,
Lleu1oimnt-Howcu7'U(8. A, ''enter-'
tallied at a stag dinner Monday cvo
nliiR at tho Young Hotel. The affair
ushers nnd fellow officers nt Fort
was glrcn In honor of his best man,
Shatter. Tho beautiful lablejtyowojj
with ?oftly shaded candles and (ho
6ciitcr)lecenaa of sraflcjraifyatlons.
mini; iiiiHin i'! uii-iiiy jic (luiui.-
rMrs, Bowcnnud many witty speeches
ochaticd,Taml an onjnjnblo evening
Mr. and Mrs. Klebahn's Dinner.
Mr. 111111 Mrs Frederick Klcbihn en
lertalned Saturday nt dinner In htmot
of Mrs Itenjes Tho decorations wore
entirely In rose, A'""K Iboso pros
Mil were Mr. mill Mrs. Frederick Kle
bihn, Mrs. Itenjes, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Dow
sell Mr. and Mrs. Clnrles Brjanl
Cooper, Miss Walker and Mrs. llobdj
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips' Dinner.
Mr and Mrs Mannlc Phillips enter
tained ten of their friends nt dinner
Thurnlny evening. The tnblo was
artistically decorated In cut llowers
and maidenhair fern. Handsomo placo
cards Indicated the placo of eath one
of the guests. After dinner a mu
slcal evening was onjijed.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon entertained a
dozen of their friends nt dinner Mon
day evening. Tho table was decorat
ed In jellow roses. After n delightful
sojourn of several months Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon departed Wednesday on
the Sierra for their home on tho main
land. Mr and Mrs E. Faxon Bishop re
turned last week to their valley
home after a several months' sojourit
nt their reside nco nt Walklkl. Tho
Frederick Klcbahns are occupjlng
this heath villa for the pre-cnt nnd
are entertaining their numerous
friends In nil rnjojnhlu and Informal
Admiral nnd Mrs. Rccs and Major
and Mrsr Dunning nro mnklng.u tour
of tho Islnfils They left Honolulu
Friday and wlll not return until latb
Sunday. TlUs tour will bo ta'ien In
spent with friends nt their cpuntry
.homes which are sltinted on the
windward sldu ot the Island. Hun lav
'wluHiu spent at llalelvva. Tboru nra
so many beautiful attractions' nt this
beautiful resort that ono Is'nlwavs
sure of n pleasant sojourn.
;Mrs. Herbert Vns of Now York an I
Vttk4 Aniltii rlriilinnl will nrrlvn Mint
dyon tho Korea, to visit Mrf Coney
of tills city for several tubulin. Tho
two society women have n host of
frfends J n Honolulu nnd they will Iw
Blven u ni.val welcome nnd will In
the Incentive for much entertainment.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Teuncy, with
their daughter nnd son, will IciSvo for
San Frnnclsrn'on tho next Wilholmlna
Thoy will visit a numjior iif.Vthc nt-
traetlvo summer rcixirU. n cnllforiili
Mrs. Tenncy nnd Miss Wjjhj,lmlna will
not iciiirn to Honolulu mini novcm
Lieut. Burchfirld, II. 8. M. C, gave
n hi1 lunthcnn Thursday In honor of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Austin Smith. Tho af
fair was glvtn at this officer's homo
at Wnlklkl. Covers were (nfd for ten.
After luncheon Iho party ninturoil to
Moanalua. , ' ' t
Miss Vera Damon, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Frank Dimon of this c'ty,
will entertain on Tuesday next at n
ten to bo given In honor of hpr hoiMo
guest. ' '
Prior to their departure Caplafn ami
ira. i ana tiununinru ni iiinner iiies
day at tho Young Hotel in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon. ,,
Mrs. Huntington and sou of Call
fornla nro stalng nt the Mo-ini ll'i
tcl. Mr. Huntington In nn entliusl
antic swimmer and la 'an nil arounJ
Judgo Beatty and. daughter, Mri.
Wilght, were covered with is ami
dowers when they deputed Wodnoi
day on tho Slcria.
Mrs. Thomas Church entertained nt
a prettMy appolntod luncheon Tues- WedneFdny. Govornrr nn 1 Mrs. Freir
daj. Covors wem laid for eight, anlM" Mstt In Washlngtan. D C. nnd
the tnblo wus bedecked with pink
feci strength ancl energy
of your itorcs with every drop of perspiration.
Work because you have to. And thirsty!! Can't
quench it. You'll enjoy a delicious, sparkling glass of
You.'ll feel the difference-cool, comfortable, refreshed.
Thirst delightfully quenched. Now, isn't it
GfeT THE GENUINE
Delicious Refreshing Wholesome
in Honolulu by Hawaiian Soda Works
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' MHS. SAltA E. SCOTT Dliffj'B Puro Malt 'hlskey Is pal-
ntable.niid agreeable to tho most r-ensltlvc stomarn. I corlalnly nm n
friend of jours for tho benefits derived from jour medlclno nnd hcnrtlly
recommend It to nil." Mrs. Sara B. Scott, 502 N. Cth Street, Cn'mdcn,
" J Duffy 's Pure Malt Whiskey
If vou wish to keep joung, strong and vigorous and have on Jour
checks tho glow of pcrfett health,
taku Dulfj's Puro Malt Whiskey reg
ularly, nccordlng to directions. It
.tones and strengthens tho heart
action ii mi purlflca the entire sjBtcni.
It Is recognized as n family iu;dl
CAUTION. When you ask for
Dutry's Pure Malt whlskoy, bo sure you
get the genuine. It's the only absolute
ly pure medicinal malt whiskey and is
iol3 In sealed bottles only; nevfcr In
bulk. Look for tho trade mark, the
"Old Chcmiit," on the libel, a,nd make
cure the cel over the rork Is unbrok
en. Write Medical Department, The
Duffy Malt Whlskoy Co., Rochester,
N. Y.. U. 8. A.
Governor and Mm lrmr were da-
parting p-isrongers l.n tho Sierra.
the Governor will attend his class re
A well-known woman of. Camden,
N. J., U. S. A.wrltes an interesting
letter praiJntt Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey for rejievinc her husband
and herself lerious stjimach
troubles. ' "
"Duffy's Pnrc'jjjMalt Whiskey has
done me nnd m'r"htisband n great
deal of good. Ai times when I could
not cat or retain nib thing on my
stomach n tahlcspoonlul of Duffy's
Pure Mnt Whlskoy would glVe mo
strength nnd relievo mo of Hint tired
nervous feeling. i
"My husband lind stomach troublo
pud Indigestion from childhood. It
bcinino so bad ho had to quit 'work.
Ho began taking Duffy's Pure) Malt
Whiskey, n tabjcspoonful Jicforo
meals' nnd nt bed tlmeT'lIo was soon
nhlc to "go 'to vvjnrkpnd ent a hearty
'ienI.- , '. " ' V;
union nt Y.ilo.
nnd Mrs. Austin Smith aro so-
",nf nt " r-
Ktnltli la n tntlttnnntrn. tin nml IiIh
wlfa ro ciinrnlCli'wt, the bonntlca ot
Honolu'n and tho number of attrac-
(Ions this cnty affords.
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