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EVENINO IIULLKTM, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIIDAY, JULY 2. 1910.
. SOCIETY CHATTER lase: HOME TALK
P NE of the most iintquo cnter-
- talnments tlint hns oor been
I- given In Honolulu was the
I. Chanticleer luncheon that
was given by Mrs. Frederick
' Jcwctt I.owrey nt Luaknhu,
bonio In tbo mountains. Kvcryono
(U familiar with Ilostnnd's play
Vn6w how difficult It wan to have
fed. out this ilccoratlvo scheme,
hot n dotnll wns forgotten. The
Jopens at sunriso on n burnyurd
jaun composed of yellow core
V was arradEO eastward of the
p'arid owlngt to a reflector ton
t& atuoug tbo flowers, tlio sun's
Twero directed on the scena which
ehted a barnyard In mlul'iturc.
k barnyard was enclosed with n
ft made of bamboo sticks: In tlio
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rroi mo yuru was strutting n
(some Chanticleer made of white
frsj 'his comb and bill were tern
id 'of red geraniums und his
plng tall was ninilo of grasses.
( rooster was so perfectly con
ned that ono ' expected, lilm to
i every inlnute. A Wklo hen
sant, composed of flowera, was
ring' near by, live baby chicks
gdowny ducks kept peeping and
Cklng and walking In n -cstlcss
yB.Sj.Pe.r.the Improvised barnyard
yard was dotted with tiny palms
Miniature tccs. At one side was
id a duck pond, where little
s bould bo Been disporting them
es In the water. Tho plnco cuids
e wooden nnlninls. Fnvdrs'ofT.'Sg's'
blab' had been colored and blown
ire found at each placo.;. In each
was conctuled rhymes pertaining
he Chautlcleui'. Upon bolus rcH,d
promoted much mirth and Ralqty,
long Mrs. Iowrcy's guests were
yCorwln P. Hces, Mrs. K. Ilt Dny,
. William Richards Castle, Mrs.
iph Oilman, Mrs. Walbrldge, Mrs.
man Kocke, Mrs. Moore, Mrs,
f Fuller. Mrs. Charles 'nryaHt
', .Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Jrick VaU,
ay and others. H , ,.
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iy. tlio Promotion Committee
ned In honor of Mr. .and Mrs,
t of Oakland. The former Is
r,.. .rauaenger bgent of the Oce
BtOutnshlp Co. und has been stop
at'the'Moiinii hotel.- Thls.enter
ucDtconslstcd In chnrterlng a
ale car nnd taking a party of
Ity'to Halelwa. At Halelwa a do
us luncheon was served on tho
al Una). Tlio table decorations
) extremely novel, the color
me for tho luncheon was red and
n. After luncheon the party mot
to tbo adjacent sugar mill, the
illon of this mill proving very
Bride-Elect to Leave on Transport,
ants Ktnei Aionsarrai win leave
Monday on the Sheridan, en routo
to New York city, where Bho will
become tho bride of Lieutenant Wil
liam Channlng Powers. On hcr'way
Kust, MIbs Monsarrnt will stop In
Tacomn, Wnsh., und visit with her
mother, Mrs. Dove, who Is living In
that city. In New York Miss Mon
siirrat will bo met by Mrs. Ilcnjcs
and Miss Ilenjes, nnd will stay nt
the llclmont Hotel with them, until
jho Is married. Miss Monsarrnt was
to have been married at Mnro Is
land. A naval wedding wns'rieclded
on, which would hnvo taken place at
St. Peter's chapel at Maro Island.
Ml tho ushers had been asked, nnd
Mrs. Olnsstord was to hnvo been ma-
.roil of honor. Owing tu Lieutenant
Powers being ordered to Washing
ton, D. ('., the plans were changed,
and the young couple will be mar
ried quietly In New York. Miss Moll.
inrrut Is a great favorite In Hono.
lulu. She has been showered with
presents, while good wishes will fol
'off her. One can not help regret
tHat su h a charming girl is being
taken from our midst.
Miss Blairs and Miss Lucas'
Card Party. "
Mrs. nnd Miss Oray of Los Ange
les were tho complimented guests at
i bridge party which was given In
their honor by Miss Ulalr and Miss
Lucas. There, wero five tables, with
prizes provided for each table. These
prizes were exquisitely framed water
colors. Tho houso yns do:orntcd
throughout with Golden Shower nlrl
presented a beautiful effect. Among
tile guests asked 1q meet Mrs. nnd
Mlss(rny wore Mrs, Ward of Fort
Oe Russy, Mrs, Fails, wife of Captain
Fulls, U. 8. A.; Mrs, C. W. Dcorlng,
Mrs. Frederick. Wat'crhouso, Miss
.'Catherine Woodford, Ms. Allen llot
.oniley, Mrs. Winfrcd .Habbltt, Mrs.
K. , Wnterhouse, Mrs,, Ralph, Forstcr,
Mrs, Ilallentyne, Miss Daisy Oras.
Mbw, Irma Ilallentyne, Mrs. Smith,
Mrs. Walbrldge, Miss, .Cunnlnghnm
Mrs. Chaulker's Tea.
Friday afternoon Mrs. Chnulker
entertained n score of her friends nt
ten.' at the Young Hotel. Several
hours of pleasant -chit-chat" were
.ipent around the tea table. Among
.hose present were Mrs. Sheedy, Mrs.
Wilcox, Mrs. Moor Fnlls, Mrs. Frank
Ilobnrds, Mrs. John Hornberger, Mrs.
Chapman nnd otliors.
Dinner an Chattanooga.
The onicerauf the ward room of the
Chattnnofcn guSe an elaborate dinner
MondacyfiuJiteJn honor of tho
Misses rjMfliijjfi':JirThe tnblo decora'
llnnaMrKb .&BVrlt1 fnrnntlnna 11,1s
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guests being present, fue sble tteVvTArior, rldlngf tiio waves hoofer an vIo'etfySvIHij
orations itfero rirjicd'oUv hit ttfnkjhour' urltt then Indulging In a'lliulh .njloi,'yift
and grcc In jUWcentef.'jvnB.n'low, llie brllicy deqp, tho guests' fjaftook p.. i y,' I
crystal bawl MlWs.-wltli Ihb exquisite-bf
Prldo of India blossoms and' maiden,
hair fern's), white the place enrds
wero decorStedilrf spring flowers of
varying hues. Following luncheon
tho guests busied themselves with
their nocdlcwork. Those wlio were
there vvero Mrs. Mnrstmi Campbell,
Mrs. C.erald llockus, Mrs. John Wnr
rcn, Mrs. Oartcnhurg, Mrs. Drew,
Mrs. Louis J. Warren and Mlsj Mary
Kjnon of Philadelphia.
Dr. Itobcrt J
gulshcd author-lecturer, tyid
Uurdctte, were returning passengers
on the Chljo Maru, en routo to their
home In Pasadena, after threo months
travel In tlio Orient. They wero guests
at dinner Friday centng of Mr. nnd
Mrs. John T. Wnrrcn, ns was also
iViyyMiikl tulle, niado tli3
delicious refreshments "that' 'were! "'i'.jsi PaillfliB'Schnefer was the
's'erVcd under, Ih'o Hau tree1 nt'tho M(klninimenteii!ituest ut u very pretty
una Hotel. Tlio color scheme for the1 pi, shnwoiVdltincr given by Mils
ten was whlto and green. White car- Thelma Murphy on Snturdny ev.in-
Inc. Dainty plnco cards ndorned the
table. Ilcsldcs the guest of honor',1
there wore present Miss Pearl Mn
C'nrlhy, Miss Mudellno Itoss, Miss
Myrtle S human nnd Miss D.iplin'u
MImi Jcssln Kennedy Is preparing
to leavo home tu go to D.ina Hall.
nations wciu uteij lavishly .as a dec-
Miss Mabel Anita McAndrews hc
enmo the bride of Mr. Samuel Hems
ton Ware on last Monday. Tho tin
prcsslvo Kplscopnl wedding servl p
wbb iierfnnued by Canon Ault. Tho
ceremony took place nt llie iiomo in Honolulu win ccrininiy inisa uns
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llurdcttc the dlstln-the lirtiics parents, sir. nuci iiirs. mi- nnrmiug gin, ami sn-- 'vm u-j nuiu
Mrs lAlturewB. llie nouse was ulmuuhh , iiiau hii iuiiiu un iii ivihih, ..ii,-..
ly decornted for tlio occasion. ine'wc nope win not no ioo ir imv.im'.
bride iircscnlcd n picture In her
elaborate bridal robo of white. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ware nro very popular In
Honolulu and are receiving the best
i wishes of their numerous friet.ds on
I the Island. The happy joung couple
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs Hand, tho eong
composer, who is tin old friend of Dr.
and Mrs, flurdette and is always en
tertained at Sunnycrnst when In Pas
adena, Mrs. Pond, who has delighted
bo 'many hero with her charming In
terpretative work in song und story,
Is leaving by the Slbcrln for the Or
ient, en route nround the world.
Since tho departuro of Mrs, Tcnncy
for the coast, Mrs. Ilond has been
Btaylng at 1491 Emma street.
The moonlight danco nt Ilalslwa
last Saturday was tbo usual pleasant
Informal affair which Is a regular
monthly cent nt thq hotel,
L. F, Cockroft, the Oceanic 8. 8.
agent, was given a special trip over
the Oaliu Hallway last week and a
chicken lunch nt Halelwa. Tho Pro
motion Committee wero the hosts.
Mrs. It. W. Shlnglo and party have
returned from n few days' outing nt
Many prominent town folk motored
to Halelwa last Sunday for lunch.
Among them wero tho lvers, the Ken
nedys, tho McCandlesscs, tho A. J.
Campbells, and tlio Schccliiscs of San
The roads nround tho Island hava
never been better, nnd If 8undny and
the Fourth bring nut good weather
Halelwa will bo the .Mecca on this
Dr. Burde'.te on Way Home.
Miss Kennedy's greatest chnriu llei
In her utter simplicity of manner.
Mlso Martha Dals, who formerly
Bpcnt much time In Honolulu und on
Kauai, passed through on the Nippon
are spcndlug their honejmoon nt tho Maru en route for Tiilnau, Island of
Volcano House. On their return they
will reside at 1301 Matldck avenue.'
Ten on Clinltiiiioopu. I
Wednesday nfternoon Lieutenant '
Jones entertained at tea compliment-
Formosa, where bIic will be married
to Mr. Paul Dell, and tnko up her rco-'
Idcncc us the only white woman in n
city or 46,000 Inhabitants. During tho
past year Mlfis Davis has been teach
ing In the Palo Alto public schools
ary to Miss Ethel Monsarrnt on the mii lakng g0 mmo ,)01)l srft,,uillo
Chattanooga. Lieutenant Jones U nn,work nl" femnh.i-j University. While
old friend of Miss Monsarrnt'') naneee,'ln i,onoluiu 8,10 wns tho ,.ucgt of Jlr.
Lieutenant YHiiiam manning row-, nd jirn. John T. Vnrren
crs of the U, S. Marino Corp. Wed
ncsday afternoon proved nn enjoyuble
affair. Tea was served In tho wnrJ
room, which whs -deuorntel in r'd
Tho Palolo Social Club met last
Thursday evening ut tho Foster beach
villa. A number of entiles of Pedro
cnrnntlons. Mrs. Hnivy Orny nctidWero played, after which refreshments
Dr. and Mrs. Hoheit J. Iluidctlo
of Pasadena. California, who spent
two months here earlier in tho sea
son, arrived on the Chlyo Maru yester
day from tho Orient, whero they havo
spent the spring traveling through,. , Mll ,,,.Vrt. mi rnl
IJr. Ilhrdette has r"'""'"' "'"'.', --!" '"
as chopcrone. About slxtce.i people1 "cro scrvol.
wero present, Including the ollkciv.
Sinner at Country Club,
Mr. 11. Walker entertained nt tho
Country Club Saturday evening com
plimentary to Miss Ilenjes. Among
those present nt the dinner were
Mrs. Ilenjes, Miss Annie Graham,
MIrs Elsn Heujes, Mr. Mclutyre am"
Mr. 11. Wnlker.
Miss Adn Rhodes will entertain
Sunday ovuulug nt a buffet supper, tho
occasion being her birthday. About
fourteen gucss hnvo been tnvlled.
Mls-j Louise McCarthy was Uio
hostess at a charinlngly-arrauged
violet luiichPon given In honor of
her house guest. Miss Irene Ynuntf.
The hand-painted violet place cards
were the dulnly work of th hnstes'i.
llnutauiilcres of violets nnd hows of
pink tulle were at each pluce. Tie
joung girls nt tjils luneheon wgro
Miss Irene Young. Miss Itut'i Is-
I)r. nn(l MrB. High, Miss Alice IttAh Mrs. Kcnyon. wtfo of Ensign Ken
,,i, i Mr I.VnnW Tiinnininii loft Tues-lvon of the Cleveland, loft for tho
day on the Mnuna hca for Hawaii.
This party attended the formal open
ing of tho ilamakua ditch. After
wards they visited the volcano. Mr.
Thompson took his motor car with
hltn and nftor spending a week nt thy
volcano Houso the party will tour tho
island of Hawaii, which Is very bejju
tlful. Among roccnt arrivals In Honolulu
nre tho Misses Iliirtseher nnd Miss
Fahy of IlTchniond, California, who
nro charmed ylth the Islands nnd will
Bpcnd tho month of July here. They
hnvo taken apartments at Tho Donna,
1261 Iterctanhi Avenue, nnd nftcr
tholr return from tho volcano will
spend the remainder of the tlmo In
nnd about Honolulu.
Mrs. Itcnjfs and Miss Itcnjc3, much
to the regret of their many. friends,
left WedtieBdny on tho Sierra. Many
of their friends wero ut tho steamer
to wish them bon voyng?. Theso two
social favorlles weio laden with flow
cm nnd kids. Mis. Ilenjes and her
daughter will epend ten day In San
Franclpco, from whence they will go
to Now York, and during their stay
there will bo domiciled at the Hal
ninnt Hotel. Ihcy Ball for Europe
some tlmo In August.
Miss Dertha Clark, who lujj been
leaching for tho past threo yenrs at
tho Girls' Beinliiaiy nt Koliala, Ha
waii, Is npendlng thq. two weeks pre
vious to her Balling for tho coast, with
her brother, Mr. Ernest Clnrk, and
Among' those present i ...... . .... , , mn.
.. .j,, t. . , . - -, inuiiiy, nt tucir iiumu in iumuku hiiib
weto: Mr. andMrs. 8c iwnrtzhurg, Mr. . ', , . , . . " ,,
,i nn vniL m i m, n, clnrk 1US bcc" ll,so "1'ondlriB n
Mra. Mary A. Wright. Mrs. Cnpt. Tnl-row Alxa Mn wock nt ll, ""'.
Intt, Mrs. Day. Miss Ethel Day, Mra.
Schoenlng, Mrs. Ormlstou, Mr. C. F.
States this morning yin tno Tcnyo
Maru. MrBjKcnyprr; Ijbs bocn tho
house gucat ,of'-,M'l'onstanco Ites-
tarlck. rJ ..-
Miss Jessica Uridier;''wrio Is nt the
head of tho boys' "hft'iipHM', nt Knmo
hamchn schools, leave?', early In July
for n visit to Jnpan. Among otherB
who will bo In trla.pnfty uro Miss
Woodford, n lcncbcr.,ln ' tho High
School, nnd MIbb AVhllforiL
Mr. and Mrs.-1 John Warren cntcr-
Inmed at dinner Informlly last Frl
day evening in compllfncnt to Mr, nnd
Mrs. Donn Plntt Hatfrlson of Los An
geles, who were spending their honey
moon In Honolulu. Covers wero laid
Mr. and Mra. North nnd their charm
ing dnughter, Miss Helen North, who
hnvo spent the past two months tour
ing Japan, arrived homo this' Week af
ter a most delightful trip',.
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Miss Jessie Kennedy Is preparing
to lcavo homo to go to pan.i Hall. Ho
nolulu will certainly, wUs. this charm
ing girl and , sho .will ( be morn than
wclcomo on her return.! tills i Ken
nedy's greatest charm Is her simplic
ity of manner.
Tho Wednesday Afternoon Drldgo
Club will meet 'no'xt Wednesday with
Mrs. Fnlls. Thonicmbcru ol tho club
will bo entertained nl Jho Young Ho
tel, whero Captain anil Mrs. Falls re
side. Mr. and Mrs. Louts J. Warren nnd
as Uio gutBt of Miss Charlotte Hall. tho latter'n sister, , Miss Mnry Eynnn
'of Phlladolnlila. who hnvo snent tho
Officers of Cleveland Entertain. lmgt two wcckl) nt the'Vo'lcano House,
-.ci...m ... ......... u rclurnc(1 t0(lay t0 tholr home.
i ntAIIATA h,l nin.t n lmill knlllilif.
Merrill. Mr. Clyde Wright
flnrvliv Mr. FrnnV lnni-
tho Cleveland made a pretty setting
The hand concert which was given mnner which wiib given on nonru Mr ,, Mrs Nortll wth ln0r
nt (he Moana Hotel Thursday eve-llliat l,(,:"- cl Unwcrs wero used cilnrmI1K Oaughter, Helen, havo Just
nlng wiib well attended, not only hy'Hh smlhx nnd candelabra. Afterj(-.omo l01))0 from ,ic)ghtful trip
uio town roiK. nut ny a nmniier or "'" "" 'i.i .v- -"-", through the Orient. Miss Helen li
oftlcora from the different
(.Captain llergcr rendered nn excellent
lmigrnin, which was heartily applaud
ed by tbo large niidleucu. Prior to the
concert n number of dinners wero
given at tho Moana Hotel, tho guestH
nnd their hosts nnd boslesoeR hdjourn
cruisers ' "" the quarter decK. Among thoso
! present wero Ensign nml Mrs. Ken
yon. Misses Whiting, Miss Katnerino
Steiihcns, Miss Constance llestnrlck,
nnd tho oincers of the wurdroom.
Mrs. Wldcmnn Is giving a largo
Japan and China
been III, and during most of their stay
In Pekln was confined to his bed, but
was considerably Improved after his
lions'' Wf,Mr)ft.- carnations this.
fHtlng to the strungors. On this color b;i!J)g3IlWdj:f groat profusion. rotllrI1 ,',, lhu nwcry Kingdom and
'on 'Mr. Dillingham's private Tho p!uCTWaiT5Wi-o embossed with t wttH hoped that the quiet and re
id cur was used to convey tho Hie namo Chnttahoogn In tho cornor. luxation of tlio oyngo ucross would
.) to Halelwa nnd buck to Ho- Among-, iupso PTCseni were .Mr. nun
a. Among those present wero Ml8' kinK. Miss IlatM Hoffman.
tnd Mrs. Cockroft. Mr. and Mrs. Mls a"r,evnl; ,Ml88, rio!;CnCO ""!"
. , ., . ,, ., . man. Miss Itartcl I, Lt. Jones, Lt.
Ilush of tho Promotion Com- , . ..,' ,.., ,'.,..
UIUICI) !'!, Ufllltfl, (,IIOIf.ll llVll(,
Paymaster Lupton, Ensign Styles, and
Dance at Leilehua.
The officers of Lellehau will give
another "of their charming dances at
tho Cavalry Post. These 'hops aro ex
tremely enjoyable. A number of
town folk will nttend this affair nnd
remain over Sunday and tho Fourth
of July. The officers nnd their wives
s;. Mrs. Huntington, of San Frun-
,,' Mrs. and Miss Wulthman, of ()ti,er(.
inuu, mo jtiiHaca ucniuii ;, ,ui.
'Ingtun, Mr. Illchard Trent, Mr.
Mrs. Coopernnd others.
If li'nicrrior Mott-Sinltli Makes
'Ing Governor Mott-Smtth made
Bclal call on Captain Hugh Rod-
of the Chattanooga and Cuptaln of Leonltll nro cxtrcmqly hosptabe,
aatd on the Cleveland, Monday.
.tott-Smltha were old friends of
n Rodman when he was In com-
of- the Iroquois. Tho gallant
In asked Mrs. Mott-Smlth to nc
iny her husband on board nnd
Hodman would, bo there to gr-.et
Eight or nine other friends lup
to drop ,ln Informally and a
int hour was spent on board tho
and numerous entertainments have
been planned for the Fourth of July
In the morning there will bo a Orand
Ilovlow In honor of Secretary Dickin
son; In tho nfternoon tennis tourna
ment Is scheduled, to be followed by
a tennis ten. The latter will bo pre
sided over by the fair sex. In the
evening numerous dinner parties arc
on tho tapis
woogn. Howeer, no format in- rfn T.mMienn
ins were Issued, nnd this eall.j jirs. Fred Bush of Kewalo street
jcxtremely enjoyable, .cpuld not entertained with a delightful Infor
med an afternoon function, mal luncheon Wednesday, 'eight
IFOR THE CHILDREN
i niaw lmie uvtiiu
GOOD vFOB THQ APPETITE
The incredients used in this refreshinir Tonio lemner-
K' anca ,Drink arc published on the Label. , , j
j how the Label to your Family Doctor he will tell '
you that BITTERMEAD is a safe and sensible Temnerancc
.! 'Drink' to give the Children freely.
I , It is good for them will give pood appetites nnd per
yM" See that you get the Genuine,
lr ' 5c IN BOTTLES 5c.
Rycroffs Fountain Soda Works,
Lucas, MIssa Thelma Murphy, JHs
Pearl McCarthy, MIbs Elsa Petvlfcon,
MUb Amour, Miss Eileen McCarthy,
Miss Lydy W'Rnor, Miss Ltghtfoot
and MIbs I.oulso McCarthy. A irm
contcrpleco of bnby pink xi-cs nnd
Inn t ihn M.mrlniw inni nf tl. i.ninl i house party at the 8am Parker placo
In listen to the music, which furnished nt lho Peninsula, In honor of the
n pleasant diversion. Prluiess Knwnnnnakoa. The party
i, tt -k will motor tills afternoon to the P-
Mlss Veuton if San Francisco has iilnsulB'iinil lemnln over the Fourth
been tho guest of Mrs. Kinnin Lucas of July,
nnd her daughter nt Wolklkl. Mlssj
Vvnton Is nn oxttenioly pretty girl of' Dr. W. T. MonBnrrat entertained
tho blondo t'. During her sojourn nt dlnnor Sundny evening nt tho
In Honolulu she was tho inpltf for Country Club, cpinpllmentnry to his
much entertainment Miss Venton niece. Miss Ethel Monsarrat. Cov
ls an expert swimmer nnd cnjojed tho crs were laid for six.
surf riding. Miss l.ucus Is ono of tlio j
few glils In Honolulu that Is proficient1 Mnjor und Mrs. Dunning will loave
In this pastime, being nliUi to rldo u Monday on tho transport Sheridan
surf board with great skill. for lho Coast.
enthusiastic about tho Orient.
Captain and Mrs. Hodman, who havo
been stopping .-nt tho 'Mor.na Hotei,
have been tho Inccntlvo fot much so--clal
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Atherton mov
ed up to their Bummer homo. Luna
kahu, on Friday, to' spend tho sum
jner mbiitlis In that delightful spot.
Mrs. Hubert Vos, who Is visiting
her mother, MrB, Coney, Is confined tn
her bed nnd Is In .the hands of n train
Mrs, Julian Monsarri)t is visiting
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper at their Nuuauti
Dr. Currlo was 'in 'town from Molo
knl this week.- .l .
greutly benefit him.
With the Uind or tho Cherry Illos
Koni tho travellers wero greatly do
light, but not bo strongly Impressed
with China. It was their intention
When leaving hero to continue tho
journey on around, returning fiom
uropo via Now York, Put this plan
was later changed and tho genial
humorist nnd hs charming wife will
go direct to tho coust nnd will prob
ably spend tho warm months nt their
beautiful beach summer home, Cllf-lon-by-tho-Soa.
Mr. and Mrs. Dock.ua' Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O, Bockus entertain
ed Sunday nt dinner In honor of Miss
Kecfo and Miss Madden of Oakland,
Cal. These two charming young
girls wi(l remain In Honolulu for about
a month, nnd nro guests nt the Mo
Captain and Mrs. Ramsey's Dinner.
Captain and Mrs. Frederick HauiEey
entertained nt dinner Saturday eve
ning In honor of Captain McDonald of
tho Cleveland. The lattor Is a friend
of long standing of the host and
hostess Mrs. llamsey, who Is gifted
with tho art of entertaining, made n
.charming hostess on this occasion.
The large round tnblo was adorned
;wlt,h Duchess roses und smllax, The
delicious repast was served at seven
o'clock. Alter dinner tho entire party j
played bridge. Among thoso present j
wero uapiain mm mra. i-TeuoncK:
I llamsey, Captain McDonald, Captain
Kand'Mrsf Art'hur1 Mnrlx, MIbs Knther-
Ine Stephens, and others,
! )1 'Jrjfriv
Miss Rhodes' Dinner,
j Mlsg MnJUiuJIhg niado a deilghtfu.1
liotAeBs at dinner Wednesday ovonlng,
whon sho entertained. In honor of tho
J'rlncosB Kawannnakoa at her at
tractive homo In Nuuauu Valley. The
tablo ornamentations woro pink roses
and violets. Among thoso present
were Miss Ithodcs, Mrs. Chapman.
Princess Knwanannkoa, Mr. Illchard
Wright, Dr. Hadglns, and others,
i Mrs. John Scott Noble's Tea.
I Mrs. Carrlo Jacobs Ilond, who
I leaves Tuesday on tbo Slbcrlu, whs tho
guest of honor ut a surfing party
given by Mrs. John Beott Noblo of
I Seattle. Tlio.wnves.att.Walklkl were
unusually high, which promoted the
enjoyment of this exciting pastime.
The most delicious beverage on the
market. Try a few bottles at home.
We also put up the best Ginger Ale,
Lemon and Cream Soda, Root Beer,
Sarsaparilla, Iron Brew, etc.
Hawaiian Sodi Works
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