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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 25, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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KVK.N'INtl llttl.l.BTIN. HONOMII.U. T It. 8 TI'lll)AY. JIWP. 2R. 1910
SOCIETY CHATTER in HOME TALK
IIB I'rlncfun Knvvnnannkoa re
ceived n rojnl uelcoino from i
her legion of friends, when
lliu Oceanic liner, Slcrrn ar
rived from Han Francisco, I'rl
tin) iiiornlnK. Theso friends
ntro not imly mi Iho duck
lth IrlbulcH of UIh ami fitment to
greet her, lint n number an noon at
the steamer ns sighted chartered n
lauucli to extend crcctliiKs A tin
wallan Quintette Club was with them,
and as n welcome they sniin n titint
ber of the I'rlnceas' favorlto sours
which ucie gracefully ncknmv ledged I
by her from tlio deck of the steamer
On arriving at the wharf aim recclveli
an ovation. The Crimes Knvvatmuii (
koa la not only a preat social favorite1
In Honolulu, but la a leader In socl.tl I
affairs where ever she resides Pur I
Ins her sojourn In New York last win
ter, she was the Incentive for much'
entertaining by the smart set of the
Knstern metropolis In Southern Cali
fornia and In San Francisco, she wa.
the recipient of much nodal attention
It In regretted that this accomplished
and beautiful woman will remain in
tb Islands but for n few months, hav
ing planned to upend tho full In New
V"k City nnd from thero sail for
Kiitipe. A number of social affair
have been planned In hor honor ami
her Honolulu friends will vie with each
ctb 'r to entertain her.
Dinner Dance at J'.icltlc Club.
Tho gala event on Thtirndivy nlK''t
was the dinner dance given nt tho
raclflo Club, which Ik conceded to bo
one of the exclusive iltibs In town.
The 400 of Honolulu wero well ropro
cntcd. The commltteo for entertain
ment superintended every detail to
promote tin) coiiiiii.'t and pleasure of
tho guests, YrlJow and green was
chosen as the color scheme, nnd the
decorations were unuaunlly nttrnc'
the. lcllow conaipsls nnd smllax
were used in great profusion and pro
duced gratifying results Preceding
the dancing thoro were a round of
dinners; among tho mostcjitbornto
of the affaire was the one given by
Mr. H, W. Walker; among his, guests
wero Admiral and Mrs. Corwln 1',
Ilccs, Major und Mrs. Sumuel Dun
ning, Mrs. Ilenjes, Miss I.'lsu llenjes,
the Misses Wulker (2), Miss Annie
Graham, Mr, Jlruco Cnrtwrlght and
Mr. l-anslng. Major faeorge Potter
cotertalnoii u purty of six" "Mr, and
Mrs Jack Donsett'a dinner guests In
eluded twehe; they were Mr, and
Mrs. Alexnndcr Campbell, Mr and
Mrs. Prank Itlchardson, Mr and Mrs
Picdcrlck Klebahn, Mr nnd Mrs.,
Ijuir, Miss Violet Makec und Mr. Har
ry Whitney Or and Mrs Cooper en
tcrtnlntd In honor of Mrs, (liny anil
Miss llui (tray of 1ih Angeles. Those .
In the dinner parly wero l)r nnd Mrs.'
Clmrlos llrjnlil Cooper, Mrs tlray, .
Miss (liay, Mr Anderson and Mr '
Stoikumn Major Unities entertained ,
party of three Mr. (leorgo lscn-i
berg's guests Included Mrs. II. W (
.Ionian, Miss Margaret nnd Miss Hlo
nniir Wnlcrhouso Kvduwirnor Cleg
horn's dinner parly wns n stag affair;
umuug tho Governors guests wero
Colonel A. G llnwcs, Hon Kamucl
Damon and Mr P A Scharfcr Mr
I. M Yetlcbtn ptesldul as bust ht mi i
enjoyable dinner; the guests In this'
party were I)r und Mrs. floorgo ller-l
bert, Dr and Mrs Johnstone of PoTT ,
Sh'nlter, their house guest, Miss.
Allan nnd Lieutenant Chilton of Port
Shutter Mr und Mrs Ilichard hers
entertained In honor of Mr und Mrs.
Harold Dillingham Dr mid Mrs.
Philip Prear were tho guests of hon
or at the dinner given by Mr und Mrs.
Percy Morse Mr und Mrs lMvvnrd
Irving Spalding gate it dinner compli
mentary to tlnlr daughter, Mrs M
M Garrett, Captain and Mrs Chap
man and Lieutenant nnd Mrs (leorgo
Clei eland Howell were umuug their
guests Mrs Ilyron K. Ilnlrd of llllo,
who is visiting her sister nnd brother-in-law,
Captain and Mrs Wilbur or
Pprt linger, was thenotlf fur Dr and
Mrs Mil nays dinner, among the oth
er guests weto Mr Prank Thompson
und Mr William H6th Mr Cecil
Drown entertained u party of six; ho
was libit usslsted in eiiteitalnlng his
gutHtu by his daughter. Miss Irene
Dickson Tho Oustuv Kehnefcr's en
tu mined In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Frederick Damon. Among Mr. und
Mrs. James Cockburn'x guests were
Mr. and Mrsj Alan Ilottoiuley jind
Miss Helen Klitibull, Mr, nnd Mrs.
(leorgo Itodlek ulso entertained. Mr.
nnd Mrs Charles H. Weight's dinner
wan ii 1 1 elaborate and extremely
oujnynble, Cnpliilu nnd Mm, Ijiw en
tertained in their usual
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manner, giving nincli piiusuro to
their guests Mr W WoIIiwh enter
tained a party of eight A number of
others dinners were given On this
nea"filon fmninl Invllalloim were not
Issued, tlm members of tho Llub be
ing (irlvlliged to Invite guests to din
ner und p.utlclpalo In the dancing af
forwards, Numinous tables wero set
on tlni veraiidii, this arrangement
provjng delightful nuil cool. All the
tables were deciiinlod In yellow core
opsis und smllax, and Hie immu. curds
hospitable wetri nil done In yellow. The Dularta,
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lees nnd bonbons also can led out this
color scluwie After dinner u huiiv
ber of gueift't adjourned to tho inrd
rooms, and Indulged In bridge, but
tho ounger set took possession of tho
(hinting floor nnd Indulged In this
pleasing pastime Until u late hour.
Aiming tho striking gowns worn on
this occasion wero those of Mrs.
Charles llrynnt Cooper, which was u
mil liii'u affair, embroidered In lav
ender IIohh, n conventional design
was Iho motif of Iho elaborate hand
work on tbe gown, Mrs. (leorgo
Cleveland Doweii ivus u picture In
pato blue net with 'rt. iiverdresivf
ullver Mrs (Jeogi HeTbort worii hf,
ouieK spnnguu uress. Mry. Alan not-'
tomley looked eXUomely well In . a
hnnd-embroldered white, ) lingerie
Mrs M M (luriett was u plqtuio In a'
cruiri silk crepe embossed with pink
tores ,ihd trimmed with rotl litre.
MiH. Cot win P. Itecs wore Jier lav-!
orlle color, lavender, and lijokel un
tiitm'ly IiniidKime Mrs Chapman,
wlfn of Captain Chapman of Port
Sluiftcr, woiu n chiffon over salln,
embroidered In lavender, Mrs. Har
vey Murraj's gown wns of bind satin,
Irlmircd In i liver. .Mrs Prnnk Itlch-i
iitdtoiiH gown of white silk was cx-
Iromcty beeonlng; Iho tunic was1
trimmed in hands of Alice blue, Mrs.
Aleiundor Campbell worn n black
Hpnnnled luci over whlta sntln Mrs.
'Iruy of Ios Angclen wore a Btunnlng
frock ofroso meteor cripo trimmed In
leal lace, Willi touches of gold Her
daughter, Miss Hvn Gray,, was a pic
ture In uprlcot sttlii; thc'dinpcd Bklrt
suited Jllsi Gray'B tnll, willowy flsuro
rnfo-tlnn Mlrifl (lra Is one ol
In tinat nttrncllVQ otitic glrlil that
has vlflteil mtr Island for some Iliac
whetever ihe uppenrs sho Is tlio re
clplent for much toclal nttontlun.
Mrs Jack Doucett was clad In white
fill In MIs Ada Khudi-3 wore
an Imported Rttnn of light blue ellk,
Mrs n I Hpalillni:'s gown of a light
shade of nm'ier Hiitln, entbrtddfrid In
t, ild was niiic't ndmlriMl, Mis. Ilyron
Unlrd looked ('banning m v. hllo ltci
over whllu catln, Mrs, Jnhnton. wife
of Dr Johnson of Port Hllitftrr vvo'o
u rcipilnc'd gown of black. Miss ll'l
in Kimball was chid In whlto s'lk.
Miss I tut t lu l.ur.iH looked girlish and
pretty In pink sitln embroidered In
idlver. Mrs. Percy Uenaon worn on
all over hand (tnbroldored frock, Mrs
lvcis vvoro an cild ioio silk drape
over Katln in a deeper shade, Mrs
Humuil Dunning was bnndsomo In
black, Mrs. James Cockburn wore
white lace, a corsage of rod totes rvas
woiu with this tolllette, red rosea
were nlrn worn In tho hulr, Mrs. Har
old Dillingham looked stunning In a
Now York creation, Miss (lenovlevn
I.uuglon worn pale bluo silk, Mrs,
Frederick Damon looked hnndi-omo in
n blue moire, draped over bluo ml 111
In tho saiiio chailo, Mrs. Oustnv Bchao
fer wont oho of Iho most beautiful
gowns It was of cream chiffon, niado
over coral satin this fioclc was n
untliirtt lenwn nnd MlH so beautiful
that It would (alio nn artist to ilea-
cillie II Tlio urnpcii uinic was ex
ceecllnitty bctomlng, the tunic was
caught hero nnd there with roses.
Among llmto presfent wero; Admlrnl
and Mrs. Itecs'. Junto and Mrs. Bid
nev llailoii, Dr. and Airs Chnrlcs Hn
iml Coopir. Mr. and Mrs V. I. Spald
Inc. Mr. nnd Mrs. K P.txon Plsliop.
Mf nnd Mis Alexnndcr Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. lack Dowselt. Mr. an I Mrs
Porkii Mr nnd Mrs. flmlav Sc'inerer.
Mr nnd Mrs. (lenrg'i Hodlok Mrs.
Il.vron K. Ilnlrd, Major and Mm Dun
ning Miss VIolU Makeo. Mr. flnd Mrs.
Prjtnlt Jllrhardson. Miss Mnrgvrct
Walker. Miss Asncs Wnlker, Mrs Gar-
rlt, Mr and Mrs, i: I, Hpnl Urn; Mlssi
Irene Dlcksmi. Miss Ada Itholes Dr
ami Mrs. Murray, Mr nnd Mrs Will
nrd Ivors, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Dr
moil, Mm. V.. W lordan. Miss Plem
or Wuti'ihoti'n, Jilss Margaret Wn'cr
ho'is, Mrs Gray. Mlsa Grsy MnlnrJ
.mil Mrs Potter Judgg nnd Mrs Wll i
der, Mr nnd Mm. Atkinson, Mr. and
Mm. Charles V eigl t, Mr. and Mra,
K A. Motl-Sin'lli, Mrs llenjes Miss
E'si Uonje M'ss Aiin'e Graham, Mr
tint Mrs Jnmes Cockburn. Mr and
Mm. fl, V A'o-se Citolaln and Mrn
-v, Dr and Mm Gn rgo Herbert.
'Japl n'ul "rr Morm Mr nnd Mrs
Frei'orlek Klc'iahn. Mrs Percy Den
non "tJii'lgc nn. I Mrs Pl.tnley. Doctor
and Mra Fienr, Dr nnd Mrs Wood
Dr. nnd Mrs Jol iisiem. Ctpl and
Mis. Cliapiinii Ml s Gcnovlevo I-ing
ton MIkh I Kit i let l.iiciii, I. lent, nnd
Mm. George Ilowcn. Miss Dlckso'i, l'x
Govftnor Clei;horn. Mrs F A Seine
f r, Mr Cecil Drown Mr, Anderson
Mr. Ftocman Mr Will ilotb,, Mr
Finnic Tlioni'isnii Mr Ctishman Car
ter Mr Hairy Whitney Mr. (leotgo
Isenbcrg, Cnptsln Huttli iMman, Mr
Wnlker. Major IHUics. Mr. Lansing,
Dr. Wall, n number or officers from
the crtllners Cleveland nnd Chattanoo
ga nnd others,
Miss Kdllh Mint entertained at i
swimming party nt the T. Cllve Da
vies homo nl Walklkl, Friday after
noon. About jwciity young girls
wero Invited, most of them being
clone friends of Ihe guest of honor.
Miss Meier. Tlfo guests and their-
hostesH went In swimming about
.!::!! p. III.. The lemperntiiro of tun
water wuh conduilve to swimming,
and the dip In tho bilny deep wns
much ciijojed W tU- mleile of young
people. Shortly before 5 o clock de
licious refreshments were served
,,,io,- tiiH iilcturcsque hnu treo, on
the beach. Among tlioio present wero
Miss Mlsl, Miss Meier, Mlsa Kopkc,
Miss Kslher Koike, Miss Grns, Miss
Ppnldlng. Mhs lllancho Sopor, Miss
Wlckstriim, Ml" Dorothy Wood, Miss
lleatrlco llolsworlh, Mts limiipor,
Miss Mnijoile Freelh, Miss Harriot
YoMiig and otheis.
MIjs Tliclma Murphy, was tno
hostess at a most charmingly ar
ranged Stanford dinner given In
honor of Miss Utilise McCarthy of
Honolulu and Miss Irene Young of
Salt Lake Clly. The table do ora
tlons were In red and while, tho
Stanford colors. Tho dining-room
was festooned In college pennants
and malic Purrlo games made tho
hours pai-s only too quickly Tho
joting girls who clijovcd Ihls Stan
ford dlnneY wero Miss LouIjo Mc
Carthy, MIeb Irene Young, Miss Hi
ther White, Jliss uuin wciiesuej,
Mlus Pearl McCarlliv. Miss Deatrlco
Walte, Miss Piiullno Schnefcr and
Miss JcmIc Kennedy.
Miss Qras' Luncheon.
Mlsv Daisy Gras entertained In.
formally at luncheon Friday at tho
llrltlsh Consulate. Cover were laid
for eight Tho table w-aa ornament
ed with I.n Franco rcccs. Among
there piesent were Miss Daisy Oras,
Miss llcitrlcc Hnlsworth, Miss Ulhel
Hpaldlnp, Miss Knthcrlne Stephens,
Miss Mclrcr, Miss Irmn llallcntyne.
Miss Dorothy Wood and Miss Maria
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