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nVBNINO HULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.p SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910
as SOCIETY CHATTER -SSje HOME TALK 3
A. . - ' --.. (
1CTUHUS appear oir this (Ui tropical gardon appealing to th At tho clcwc of the playing two prices Weds Millionaire,
0crlicnl wero numerous I
page ol .Mr. winter I'Tiiiilisi visitors
Dillingham ami his cliurm- electric lights sprung, the wires bod
Ing bride. Mr. and" Mrs. ng concealed by nuillo. The table
Dillingham arrived on tho I was covered with ferns mid llowers
Tlielr friends have been
tii&ni with Invitations which
they have been Unable to nOcept ow
ing to the weighty business ulfalrH
that Mr. Dillingham ha had to ulU-nu
to 'since his rctbrn home.
Fourth of July Olihriitloti.
Thu glorious Fourth of July bus
come nnd gone; in Honolulu It was
celebrated In vurlous wuys. There
wero house partlps galore, given at
'mountain homes nnd on the beautiful
shores of I'enrl Harbor. Numerous i
wero nunnlril, (lie first one being woo
by Mrs.- Turner, wife of Lieutenant
Turner of Tort linger, ntu the second
by Mrs. Chnulkcr of the Ilovemio Cut-
..- .,.li. In.. rl... fli...! i.flh ti.nu n
red carnation lets wero nt each iliiu" ""-'- " " "' . ,, "
... ... , , 1 kuIpii briiss m-rvlre tray, ami tlio hpo
-the novelty of wearing them pleased I )m ( ()()mi ,,,,, ,,,,
the party, hvcrytlilng1 served wns ,,., ,,,.. carill!. After tho nwnril-
typically Hawaiian, even knives nml I ,, , of ,(. ,irlzt,H .loilclotis refiesli-'
forks were tabooed Many toasts were; incuts were served. Among tlinso
drunk nnd witty speeches made, nnd I piccnt vvcrn .Mrs. l'nlls, Mrs. Shecdy.
this unique entertainment will linger, Mrs. John Hornberger, Mrs. Arthur
long In tho memory of Hie guests. Marl, Mrs. Frederick Ilnmsoy, Mrs.
After the feast, tho party ndjo'inteJ to Chnulkcr. Mrs. Williams, Mis. Turner,
tho Young hotel to listen to tho licr-IMrs. Prank llnbards, Mrs. Ward, Mrs.
rctnry of War's speech. Among those Wilcox. Mr- '"". Mrs. Pardee,
who participated In tho lunu wero tho Mrs .Hosier, Mrs Smith nnd Mrn.
entire party that bnd luncheon nt the Cliiipni.in
Moanu hotel, with 1111 addition of u
Hituren ui i-emi iihiihii. ,iiuuiiiud ,
week-end parties that extended over "ur uf "" bachelor, of the . th Mr.. C6y.li.ig. Clnner.
..., tv , ..., i'..ia,n .i Cnvnlry ' Mrs Dnwllng of llrela tnn lo n do
Wablana. The principal lelebratlou
was the entertainment of General
Dickinson and bis party. One of tnu
prettiest sights was the nrrlwil of the
Siberia on this day. Just as the ou
st 1 entered thu harbor with the Sec
tetary of War nnd his party on
- board, all the Roverlimeiit ummjIs In
port dressed sliii with their Hags nnd
", pennants, giving u very festive nlr to
the occasion, lln the ship's iirrlvni,
General Dickinson was met by u del
ii. egatlnn of Army, .N'nvy nnd Marine
i otneers, which liieliuleil commissioned
-" oincers and beads of seiernl unity de
'.partmontH, and Admiral ltcds' wlU
' the commissioned ollleeis of tho N'uvy
'"' and Marine Corps liverj thing worked
1IK- eiorhwoik am, i.,e e.iinu juri
was ushore uild being whliled away
In automobiles luioiu tho crowd on,
tho wharf reuu,..u It. Thu women
lolk of the party wete taken to the
Young hotel, where an Informal ro
ll if ceptlon was held In the driiwlng room.
1 . i Mrs. Corwln 1'. Heu, tho rrlliCess Ku-
wanannkou, Mrs. Chnpiuall, vvlfu oi
Captain Chapman of Tort tfhnflur;
Mrs. Kails, wife of the local quarter
master; Mrs. Sidney llallou, Mrs: Vnl
dron, Mrs. Humphreys, Mrs. (lurtley
and Mrs.Wluslow, wife of Major VlliS
lovv, U. S. A., were In the recelvlrig
party. After there bud been extend
ed, u cordial wclcomo to Honolulu b)
this coterlo of sqclety women, they
all entered machines and motored to
H view thu different points of IpUirest
.t of the city, visiting tho I'ulU Moiitm-
iii lua und I'uucbbowl. At 1 o'clock it
start was made for Wulklkl, ivrhcre-u
delicious luncluon was avMltlng
them. Tho table, arranged to accom-
' modato tblrtv-four. was ueautifullt
i decorated In tho red poncUnii regla.
'" Most of the visitors hud never Hen
this beautiful tree befoto coming to
Honolulu and exclaimed over the
lloral display, which wns so tiftlstic
nlly arranged on the table. Among'
those boateii at thu table wero Mrn.
Dickinson, Mrs. Corwln 1. lei-t.
l'rlncess Kuwananakoa, Mrs. Sidney
llallou, Mr. and Mrs. Lary Anderson,
Mrs. Wulter II. Cutting, Mrs. Kdwnrds,
wife of llrlgadler General Edwards;
Miss lMwurds, Mrs. Wlnslow, Judge
und Mrs. Humphreys, Mr. und Mrs.
Cartley, Mr. and .Mrs. V. A. Wnldrun,
Mrs. Fulls, Mrs. Chapman, Mr. C. U
Slmpklns, Mr. Ilrewstcr Kearney, Mr
Dickinson, Jr., Mr. Cranberry, Mr.
Ollle Swnln, Mr. C. S. Shott und oth
ers. After luncheon tho gathering
motored to tho uiiuurlum, had tea with
UL-Governor Cleghorn ut beuutlful
Alnahau. Tho. gorgeous tropical gar
dens surrounding this homo were
greatly udmlred by tho guests. After
that, most of tho party adjourned to
tho Moana hotel to take a siesta be
fore going to ,tlie luau that had beuti
planned for them. In tho meantime
General Dickinson und bis party ut
ter bidding adieu to tho fair sex at
thj wharf, boarded tho lighthouse ten
der Kukul and went to I'earl Har
bor. En route tho fortltlcntlons and
iueicnscs oi uuuu wero suown lo mu
General. Upon arrival at I'eurl Har-
bor tho Secretary landed und visited
the forts In that vicinity. On return
ing to tho Kukul the slto of the Naval
Station at I'earl Harbor was visited,
after which tho Secretary, tho Acting
Governor, General Edwards and Col
Schuyler disembarked ut I'earl City
to take autoa and visit tho cavalry
cantonment nt Lcllehuu. Hero a gen
eral review was held, und a general
luapectlou made. A hurried trip was
made to town; on arriving, Acting
Governor Mott-Smlth wus host at an
eluborato luncheon, served at the
Young. In the ovenlng a buuauct wus
i 'given In the Secretary's honor. Cov
ers wero laid for fifty-four. A list of
t names will not be given us they have
been published previously. This ban
quet was a stag affulr. Colonel Schuy
ler suggested to tbe Chumbcr of Com
merce that tho women folk of tho
party would enjoy a luau
brldo of Dr. Uamlnlnli W Hill of Los
Atmccs."'-StfHl! 'Mnrsp of Ilcrkcloy, n
colleen, friend oTtho tirde, was her
only attendant, wnllo Mr Gavin M'c
N'nb of .San Krnnclsco ncud as
Dr. nnd Mrs. lilll will spend sev
eral months In Europe, returning In
tho Knll to Los Angeles. They will
bo nt Hotel Alexandria until tho com
pletlon of their homo on Wllshlre
Iloiilevnnl nnd Vim Ness Avcnuo.
Tho following announcement lias
Mr. nnd Mrs. William W. Thatcher
announce, tho ninrrlago of their
. ' to
Dr. rtnnd'ilph Wllllnni Hill
Tuesday, ths twenty eighth of Juno
nineteen hundred and ten
All Saints Eplsmp'il Church
San 1'rancNco, California
Tea on Cleveland.
t.lciitunnnt Ilcehloi' of tho U. S. S.
Cleveland entertained nt tea Monday
on hoard tho cruiser Tot was served
In tho wardroom nt four o'clock.
Lleutonnnt Ileehler Is n finished pi
anist, having studied In Gcnnnny, and
nftcr tea n number of his friends pre
vailed upon hliu to rendor some In
strumental plccos, which wero grently
rnlnveil liv those nrosenL Amonn I.t.
! ncehler's gunsts vyero Mrs, Noblo nnd
Miss lllnncho Wanner of Seattle,
Wash.; Miss' Kntherino Stephens,
Miss Hazel Hoffman, Miss Lydli Mc
Blocker, Miss Strutevant, "Mrs. Hart
lett nnd Miss Florence HofTnian.
House Party at Kalahawal.
A nunibf r of tho young society girls
of Honolulu gavo n delightful hotue
nartv from Trldny until Tuesday at
tho Guild's IjimKalnw nt Kalahawal.
A number of Informal though delight
ful dinner parties wero given at this
I picturesque sport. Doubles the chaper
one among the young girls who en-
.... L tif tthi nl...l
Hiuiihii inninn u v..ii,m,ii a -- leriUlUCII Were ,tllHS llC'lV'tl UIITIII,
tlerger, who ottered to glvo u band dinner was given at the Alexander! Miss Sara Lucas, Miss Gait, Miss Allco
concert on the Naval wharf from 3 to Young Hotel. Six covers encircled' C(K)1,er Mril 'joan Angus. Miss Agnis
oclock Thursday aitcrnoon, a row "' m"n-. wmvu iw iwu ueuiiuiuii;
uecornieii vvmi reu carnations nnd
maidenhair fern. Silver candlesticks,
ornamented with scarlet silk shades,
shed a becoming and subdued glow
over the nssoniblod gnosis. After
dinner tho hostess and her guusts wit
l Captain Rodman's DlnneV" '$ ' i
A wedding of Interest to many Ho- Hod roses nml maiden' lialr.MTil ur-
nulultt people took pt.ico In All Saints' tinmcntud tho dinner fnblu ofUaptiilii f
KplCDpal Church In San Francisco llodmnn when ho cnturtnliiadN WeiK.I
on the .ov'cnhig of Juno 28th whpn nesday evening on board the'tfi S. SXI,
Miss EdtthjJ Thatcher became the tv'lovo.nud. Covers wero laldfijt ten, l
mo piaco earns wero cxquisuqy dc-.
signed nnu tnatcncd tho decorations.
'I ho party consisted of Captain nil ft
Mrs. Hugh Itoilmnn, Admiral and Mrs.
Corwln P. Itees, Acting Governor nnd
.MIIS. W.VLTElt F. I)II.I,I.(IHA3I
Mrs. Ernest Mott-Smlth, Captain nnd
Mrs. Low of tho U. 8. Marinq Conn,
Miss l'vn Gray of Los Angeles and
Captain McDonald of the U. S, S
Mrs. Arthur Brown's Bridge Party,
Tuesday, Mrs, Arthur llrown gavo
uu Informal bridge parly In honor of
Mrs. Ilyde-SmlOi. The prizes werd
nxtremely pretty, n prize having been
provided for onch tabic. Luto In tho
iftemoon delicious refreshments wero
served. Among those present wero
Mrs. Arthur llrown, Mrs. Hyde-Smith,
Mrs. Mary Qunn. Mrs. Harold Dtlllng-
hnm, Mrs. Ilyron K. Dalfd of llllo,
Hawaii, Mrs, J. S. Wilder. Mrs. Ar
bur Wilder nnd Miss Helen Kimball
Judge and f-'rs. Wllcter's Clnner,
Judge nnd Mrs. Arthur Wilder cn
tortnlncd Informally at dinner Satur
day evening. Tho tabic ornamenta
tions were yellow roues and maiden
hair fern. After dinner the hojt.j
hostess nnd guests enjoyed soveral'
rubbers of lirblgo. Among those pros-'
out were Judgo and Mrd. Arthur Wl dtl
cr, Mrs. Uy.-on K. Ilnlrd, Miss Ilolenj
Klmbnll, Dr. Jlodglns ntld Mr Will
Mr. and Mrs. Dowsett's House Part.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnck Dowsett entert
ained nt a week end party at their
beautiful country home nt Wnlmca,
Onhu. The party motored to this
beautiful place Saturday and remain
ed over the Fourth of July. Alnilt
II ft eon young people were present.
r .. "?
.j J ":w& r,
WALTKIt F. 11I.1,I.(!HA)I.
frends of the officers of the Cleveland
.vcre Invited Informally to tea, and to
listen to tho excellent program pre
pared. This was not n function given
by Captain Hodman, but wus entirely
i.,u-nrdronm affair, althouch tho Con
tain was. aboard tho Cleveland, greet-, nested tho comedy which was given
-UiK.-i-Wttctio In his cordial manner. '' the new Orpheum. Among thoso
Tho .Cloveland looked very uttractlvo outerveit in tno puny wero Mra. J. J.
on tbH. ocoablou. Tho quarter deck Howling, Mrs. Henry Ilond Itestarlck.
was. huiig with (lags nnd pennants. Mw. Whitney, Colonel Schuyler of
ibe sides woro enclosed with limit-1 c"' Cavalry. Mr. Curzon Usborno
lug. In eirdxn to ulisciiro tho rnys of .nml Uf. Arthur Mackintosh,
tho him. Punch, salads and sandulrhfj
were Mined In the wardroom. ThN "unchlrg of the Helen.
wan it buffet tea. The long table! The new tender for tho drydock was
froni-vUildi. .the refreshmcnls wt-ro l --lirsitoncil Sunday, this now craft has
ornamented with long ""' "ul,u" ,"'Ka n,lcr ' "ou'
on AiKiiiKon ino luuncniug iookj
I lace nt I'eurl Harbor nt 3 p. in. Tho
ceremonies wero performed with all
the dignity accorded to a larger ship.
Mrs. Atkinson looked stunning as sho
broko thu bottle of champugno over
tho bow of tho boat, nnd gavo tho
neat little craft the namo of "Helen."
Mrs. Atklnt.011 was clad In n lingerie
robo, a largo picture hat completed
tho costume. After tho christening
tho party udjournod nt tho Atkln
son's homo, whero light refreshments
wire nerved und toasts wero drunk
In tho futtiio usefulness of the now
boat. Among thoso present were: Mr,
and, Mrs. Atkinson, Princess Kawana
nakoa, Mrs. Wlddlinann, Miss Mary
LowMr. und Mrs. Ernest Kopke, Mr,
Oconto Dcnnlsnn, Mr. Fred' I'lummor,
Mr. McAvoy, Mr. Marcus Ullllson, tho
MJsbes Waterhouse and others.
Mrs. Wldemar.'s Houte Party.
Mrs Wldcmau entertained dcllght
ftrtly ut a liouso purty at her father's
homo at tho Peninsula, This party
was given complimentary to Princess
Kavvnnanakon. Tho guests and their
hostess motored to this suburban
home Saturday nnd remained until
Sunday evening. Everything was done
by this experienced hostess to add to
the cumfnit of her gucstB. Thoso who
enjoyed Mrs, Wldimiuii's hospitality
wore tho Princess Kawutiannkoa, Mrs,
t Inner en Chaltar.osga. i Mr, Fnlk, It capitalist of Holso, Ida-
An ; vnbln il'nner was given on '. arrived on tho Hllonlan and will
liwrd the Chatta looga Monday night. fl,pm' ,a 'n0'1'", J" "onolnlii. Mr. Fullc
Tl- rtlntr r was given In tho ward- ls ll Mk" ot, '-Ic'tenant Mlguro.
roem nn I v-sr rhjiirrnni.it liv Cnntnhi A
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Castlo spout aid Mrs. Marlx. Covers wcio laid for Mrs Weatcrvclt, who Is In tho
tho Fourth of July with Mrs. James sixteen and tho long ttib'o was orna- Queen's Hospital und has been npor
Castlo at her country homo on thoj merited with loin? stemmed American' nted on for appendicitis. Is convalesc
other sldo of'tho Pall. Iluauiy roses nnd purido violets. lug rapidly.
teiniiHtl loses. During the nftnrnnon
lumbers of tho younger set danced
with tho officers on tho quarter deck.
mnng thoso piesent wero Admiral
nnd Mrs. Corwln P. Itees, Captain
tnd Mrs. Hodman, Captain McDonnld,
Acting Governor and Mrs. Ernest
Mott Smith, Captain nnd Mrs. Frank
Robards, Captain and Mrs, Arthur
Marlx, Paymaster and Mrs. John
Hornberger, Dr. nnd Mrs. Lano, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Shingle, Mrs. Henry
Bond Itestarlck, Mrs. Walhrldgo. Mr.
and Mrs. William Montrove 'Graham,
Mrs. Gray and Miss Gray of Los An
geles, Miss Hazel Hoffman, Miss Katli
erlno Stephens, Miss Nannie Wallace,
Miss McChesney, Miss Ileatrico Cump
bell. Miss l'ntks, Miss Violet Makce,
Miss Florence Hoffman, Miss Sturto
vant of California, Miss Constance
Itestarlck, Mrs. Kenjon, Miss Hart
lett of Callfornh, Mr. Sydnoy Hoben,
Mr. Wright. Mr. Irwin, Llout. John
eon, Lieut. Ilhodes, Paymaster Gum
nell. Lieut. Jones, Dr. Smith. Dr. Kel
ley. Ensigns Klcrnn, Ileehler. Ken) on,
Schilling, Whitney, I.omnnd, Stover.
Alexander, Styles, nnd otbors,
Miss Rhodes' Buffet Supper,'
In celebration of her birthday, Mlsi
I Ada ilhodes entet tallied on Sunday ut
a buffet luncheon. The long tublo
from which tho Btippor was sorvcil
wntf ornamented "with deep red oubbIo Schmidt, Miss Mary Low, Cap-
words u uutive feast. This sugges-
Upn was quickly acted upon, arrange-
v inenis were uiuue wun iiir, jiiuuuu
'Mcdiilro und tho luau was served at
Ills homo shortly nfter-7 o'clock. Thu
"tabic was net out uf doors, tho beautt-
cai nations combined with maid
enhatr fern. During tho evening n
number of vocal and lustrumdninl
pieces wero given, which added to tho
enjoyment of tho guests. Supper was
served at ten o'clock Many toasts
wero given to tho fair hostess,, and
many happy returns of tho day woro
oxprossoil, Among tho guests woro
tho Pilncess Kawaunnakoit, Mis,
Chapman, Mrs. Harold Glftard, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Damon, Mies Wil
liamson, 'Mr. nnd Mrs. James Dough
erty, Miss Edith Mclrer, Miss Irene'
Dickson, Mr, Cecil llrown, Jlr. Jinny
Cobb, Mr. Chironco Waterman, Mr,
Hob McCorrlstou. Mr Oliver Lansing
and Mr. Arthur MacKlntoth.
Wednesday Bridge Club,
Tho Wodnosit-iy Hrldgo Club wus
cuteitalned delightfully by Mis Fulls,
vvlfo "f Captain Fulls, U. H. A., nt her
tain Forstor of Marysvlllc, Cal and
Mr, J- T. McCrosson,
Lieutenant Burrell't Dinner.
The dinner which was given at tho
Young Hotel by Lieutenant Uurrell,
U. S. N., wns nn cnjoyablo affair. The
table, at which eight covers wero nr
tanged, was artistically decorated
with rut flowers. After dinner I.t.
Uurrell and his guests attended' the
musical comody, "Tljo Astronomer,"
nt tho New Orpheum. The following
people wero present: Captain and
Mis, Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Dcerlng,
Miss Winston, Mrs'. Ernest Water
Iioiieo and Mr. Charles Pond McAvoy.
Mr. and Mrs, Damon's Dinner,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Damon en
tertained Monday evening nt -dinner.
Covers wero laid for six. Among tho
t-iieHtn iirosnnt went Mr. mitt Mrs
apartments nt tho Young Hotel. CutonMav Bchnefer, Miss Adn Ilhodes
uuwors lormeu an urueuc uecoraiiuu. and Mr, Ullver Laaitng.
Wlckstinm, llss Ethel Angus
Miss Genevieve Lnngton,
Captain and 'Mrs.' Marlx' Dinner.
Sunday evening Captain nnd Mrs,
Marlx entertained In honor of their
niece, Miss Kntherlno Stephens. Tho
tnblo wns bedecked In white Marguer
ites nnd maidenhair fern. The place
cards boro conventional Japanaso de
signs. Among thoso present wero
Captain mid' Mrs. Arthur Mnilx, Mrs.
I.ydla McSiielker, Mls.1 Daisy Grns,
Miss Hlancho Wenncr of Seattlo,
Wash.; Lieutenant Illalr, U. 8. Marino
Corps; Lieutenant Lomnml of tho U.
S. 8. Chattanooga; Lieutenant Par
sons, U..S. Marine Corps, nnd Ensign
Kleran of tho U. S. S. Cleveland.
Mrs, Dillingham's Luncheon.
Miss Anulo Graham was the ucct
of honor nt tho luncheon wlilcl) was
given by Mrs. Harold Dillingham on
Thursday. The Dlllliighams' artistic
bungalow was filled with beautiful
palms, cut flowers and maidenhair
ferns. White daisies fonncd n beaiv
tlful table decoration. All the decora
tlons In tho dining room were carried
out in while nnd green. Among Mr.i.
Dillingham's guests wero Miss Annlo
Graham, Mrs. Wulter Dillingham, Mrs.
Harold Castle,' Miss It. White. Mra.
Arthur Wilder. Miss Helen Kimball,
Miss 'II. White" and Mrs. John Erd
Mrs. Batch's Luncheon.
I-a Franco roses adorned the lunch
eon tab'o of Mrs. Jack Ualcb, when
Bho entertained Thursday in honor of
the Princess Kawananakoa. Mrs.
llulrli and tho I'rlnccBS wero school
mates at Notro Dame Academy, San
Jose. Thursday's luncheon' was qulto
a pretty affair. After luncheon an
Impromptu musical program was ren
dered Among those prosont wero
the Princess Kawanannkoa, Mrs.
nalch, Mrs. Itobert Shingle, Mrs.
Frederick Damon, Miss Ada Rhodes
and Miss Beatrice Campbell.
Lieutenant Burchfleld's Dinner,
Lieutenant Ilurchflcld entortalned
at dinner Wednesday ovenlng In hon
or of Mrs. Noblo nnd Miss Wonner
of Seattlo, The dinner was served at
Lt. Hurchfleld'B homo at Walklkl. Tho
color schomo for the dinner was white
and green. Among thoso present were?
Mrs, Noble, Miss Hlancho Wenner,
Mrs, Clarissa lloedcfuld and Ensign
Styles of tho U. S. S, Chattanooga.
Danes at Moana Hotel,
Tho following Juvltatlou has been
Mrs. Hobert. Shingle, and Mrs. Wal
ter Mactarlano request tho pleabitro
nt your company ,nt a dnnco given In
honor of Miss Campbell, on Tuesday,
July 12th. at tho Moana Hotel, I
It. S. V P. 8:30 p. m.
Mrs. Clifford II. High nnd her sis
ter, Miss Roth, did not tetiirn today
with Dr. High, but will remain nt the
VnlcHiui"House-durlng the month of,
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