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EVENING HULLET1N, HONOLULU. T. It., 8ATUHDAY, JULY 1C, li)10.
UK entertainments for tbo past V09, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Schaefer, Mr.
week have not been si many nnd Mm. Harold Castle, Mr. Charles
or ai varied. There have Pond McAvoy, Misses Wee, Miss Mc
been a few dinner parties and Chcsney nnd others,
luncheons and one large
dance to decorate the social Mr. and Mrs Iter's Dinner.
calendar of the veek, one of the chief
coclal events and one of the most sue
cus'sful affairs, wai the mtislcalo giv
en Tuesday evening at "Oversea," the
beautiful home of Judge and Mrs.
tlallou. Any function given at this
beautiful houie Is always socially
prominent, and the affair Tuesday
'night was no exception to tho rule.
This atTalr was a benefit for Mr. 8yd-
ney Hoben. This gifted pianist never
;playfd to better adtantaga and Ihti
music lovers of Honolulu welcomed
this opportunity to hear this talented
musician under such auspices for
t the llallou home Is an Ideal place for
a 'concert, for tho rooms are exceed-
, lngly large and can accommodate n
large gathering. Mrs. llallou Is n pi-
unlet of rare merit, and her Stelnway
grand Is a Una Instrument, In fuct is
obc.'of the best In the tlty.. (The first
Part oUho concert rouMsted lrintlly
et a tt In tin fdltil liv Mr lint. an 111
v. - , w..-. , , -
first bracket of pieces opened with
El'hUmann'H beuutliul lloiuance, full
, or melody, which the pianist played
" will much feellnr l'ederowakl's
T&hlnir- 'llrj.nvl.nno Pnnl uatlmi.,''
"" and.Chopln'B soulful Etude. No." 7. Op.
, . which is very difficult for the left
1 .-rf ii,.,.i i ii,. i.i,.. ,.,-
' ' Mr. Hoben was In his best vein, play
;' log with feeling touch and love, and
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with clear, easy, .technique. Ills sec-
uii ond. bracket began with a couple of
. ulrs from Dlzet's "Carmen," tho for-
n tune:tellltg scne and the boys'
chorus, aud wus vlvuclously given,
, After u Cbopln Nocturne In K minor,
Sir. Hoben plaed a brilliant French
nolo "Mandollnata" (Salnt-Sacns),
11 ' really an air with nrlatlons, and
' played t with vene and abandon. Re-
,'; ponding to the warm uppll.use of the
-.1., , , . , ,
ia audience he made the popular sue
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Ing Ihamlnade .niece, played with
. great rapidity and Mm. Resides lhese
pf! nr inn Vfnini- uiin ti n pniv tnic-
lianu'uuiiiurrn, buukh were givrii uy uuutmg was resumeu anu COUtlnucJ
Miss Fbronle Dyke, Mr. Usborne and until n late hour. Miss Campbell
Mr. Vaughan, accdinpanied by Mrs. looked charming in an Imported gown
Uallou. Wagner's great "Tannhaus- "' w''lle "tin, embroidered In gold,
tr" occupied the Becoud part of tBe ??T. ,s,Vor:- "ie ,,rlnccss Kawanatia
' concert To make things. clear. Mr. "! rJ; "tunning In a Paris frock.
Mo6en read a synopsjs : the plot, tefi- &g "JZSZ
log of the menu! battle of tho Mlb- n,n wnm VA, ,m,tt,. .""""?
strWl-Knlght between h s, pure love
irii-iiiuuriii uuu lDe iuubiu8b lor
J Venus hnd her unbold truln. uf the
viral selections, Mrs. Allen White,
(trnglng of the "Hall of Song," was
excellent, her charming soprano voice
and refined style giving general picas-
"Sref and the' duet with "Tonnhauser,"
which folldwed was effectively sung.
Mr. Vaughan's teuor voice is a good
Mbuit quality. Miss Dyke, who sang
(be "Shepherd's Song," and Mr. Us
borhe, who gave the well known "Oh
Star of Eve," both have promising
Tlcfi. ., Mr. Hoben, besides sharing
with 'Mrs. Rallou In the "Tannhauser"
accompaniments, played Liszt's mas
sive' arrangement of the "Pllgrlm'a
Song." Mrs. Ilallou's splendid and
faultless accompaniment added great-
My to tba success of the evening. In
Ihe'lurge audience were observed Cap
tala and Mrs. W. Low, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack OolL Mr. and Mrs. IPwJnmln the Messrs. K. Aea 0.' Aklna, Dill- caslon this pretty home was artlstl
Marx, Mr. 'and Mrs. du Hoi, Dr. und son. Drown (2), D. Cnrt'wrlght Jr., C. ca"v decorated with pink carnations
Mrs. Walter 'Hoffmann, Mrs. Dowllng, Carter, A. Clark, W. Campbell, It. ani1 Potted palms. Among tho guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. Montrose Graham, Dowsett, J. Domlnls, Ellis, Gray. Pay- wor: Miss, Harriet Young, Miss Ma
Mrs, Walbrldge, Miss Wallace, Dr. master aunncll, Gay, Oilman (2), E. rla Rallontyne, Miss Eva Oray, Miss
add Mrs. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Ern-
est Ross, Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Raid
win, Mr. und Mrs. Hepburn, Mr. and
Mrs. McCandless, Consul and Mrs.
" ! "f juuu, i.-ir, uuu oirs.
T1....I..1. . . .. w- .. .
.vuu.c., , newcomu, mr. iNewcomo,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coombs, Mrs. P.
.JL Day, Mrs. Ernest Waterhouse, Mrs.
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Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Ivers enter-
tatned at dinner Thursday evening In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dllllng
ham. Covers were laid for fourteen,
nnd the table was elaborately decorat
ed with pink roses nnd smllax. The
place cards were ornamented with
pink roses, nnd tied with pluk satin
ribbon. After dinner tho guests and
their host and hostess played bridge.
Among Hiobo present were Mr. and
Mrs. Itlcliard Ivers, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
tcr Francis Dillingham, Judge and
Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs. Hyde-Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Hurold Dillingham, Mr.
William a. Irwin and others.
Mrs. Macfarlane and Mrs. Shingle
Tho Moann Hotel was tbo sceno of
much gaiety Tuesday nlehi hnti
Mrs. Slllnclo ami Mm. Mnrfnrlnnn ...
tnrtnin.,.1 ,.. i,.. .. .
hm0f 0( lhor ' c l
-,, wa ar0 anii )rant aar
tho Moana being well adapted for largo
functions nnd seems to grow inoro
popular for It seems to be tho faor-
Ito idaco for nil uiliwl nn,i ',.i,i.
fltllo flllirtlntK In 1. vllan nnU. l.
unmarried sot were InWted to this
"''"". we Jouiib people be-
K"" io nxnvc snortiy ueroro nlno
''f1-oc!'; ?""'' t,,"u" were "w-
". ?Jn'JTZ ' '""''"J f"T
ln ,n? mrK '"" room where tho
,llI10)s QI,fc IaC0 mQm
m-opriatoly decorated with palms
feathery bamboo nn.i mnbion i.ntr
forn. The programs were exceeding-
ly nrtlstlc being ornamented with
dainty figures done In water colors.
"weon dances tho largo spacious
lannl" ncro used for promenading,
tho Wandas and commodious grounds
f""!"' p J.1? ho,e., W6ro 1,rllllanl-
Vf h"ndr.e1,a of ,";
lights. At eleven o'clock dc c oils
, , wa M ' ' '
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m.. uiai were ornamented with pink
carnations. md Inaden hair fern. Af-
tCpartaklns: of ths delicious repast
lookej attremeIy wc , wh0 Batn
nun tlio tunic embroidered In gold,
with deep fringe of gold. Mrs. Wal-
ter Mncfarlane looked handsomo in
black satin heavily embroidered In
Oriental embroidery. Among tho
S'lcs's were tho Princess Kawanatia-
koa, Mrs. Robert Shingle, Mrs. Wal
ter Macfarlane. Mr. and' Mrs. Harry
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs Mannle Philips,
Miss Ada Rhodes, Misses Winter,
Miss Oosse, Miss Schuman, Miss Ar
mour, Misses Atherton (2), Misses
Dallentyno (2), Miss Barnard, Miss
Denton, Misses Dcrtlcman (3); Miss
Damon. Miss Dixon, Miss Freeth Miss
Ferrier, Miss Oilman, Miss Graham,
Miss Kennedy, Miss Kimball, Miss
Low. Misses Lucas (2), Miss McKee,
Miss A. Mutch, Misty A. Macfarlane,
Miss L. Macfarlane, Miss L. McStoc
ker. Misses Robertson (2), Mlsa
Rhodes, Miss Schuman, Miss Stephen,
Miss Strateraeyer, Miss II. Soper.
MfMa whiHne ii- xir. wi'm.. i-
Hcdcman. Irwlno, Kendal, Dr. Kollcy,
Ensign Kloran, S. Kennedy, Lowroy
(2), Lansing, D. Lewis, McDougall,
Macfarlane, Mackintosh, McCandless,
v.nin c, ....
Walker, Waterman and others.
Tally-ho Party to Wallele.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shlnglo gavo
delightful supper and tally-ho 'party
Thursday evening In honor 'of Can-
lain Rodman and tho officers of tho
S 8. Cleveland. About thirty
K"eMs cro Included In tho party.
t a iL
.num ui mo young peopio went In n "" """ " v,,o....., ..,,, ....
six horso tally-ho, leaving town at half ucrt Vos. MrB- Julian Monsarrat, Mr.
oflcr four and arrlvlnir nt Walleln in H. Walker ond Mr. 8am Walker.
time for a swim In tho fresh water
pool Some of tho older guestB mo
tored to their destination. About
seven o'clock a delicious dinner was
served at a long tablo which was be
decked with blgnnlaB and ferns. Dur
hk "tho dinner a Hawaiian stringed
orchestra played, und later In the
evening thq party adjourned
dancing pavilion, whero tho
choreon art was indulced until
late hour. Tho cool evening and the
excellent floor contributed greatly to
tho pleasure of dancing. Among thoso
prosenO'were Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilobert
Shingle, Princess Knwanannkoa, Miss
Dcatrlce Campbell, Miss Orny of Los
Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis,
Iha Mlian, WMttnf Ml.a Pvn Hmv
of , AnKcp Ml Marjorlo Freeth,
Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell, tho
Misses Winter, Mrs. Walbrldgo, Miss
Wallace, Mr. Iluckley, Mr. Arthur
day, Mr. Drummond, Captain nod
man, Lieut. Johnson, Dr. Kelloy, En
sign Whiting, Paymastor Gunncll,
Ensign Ilcehler. Lieut, ltoblnson of
tho Thetis, Mr. Richard Wright, Mr.
Will Ilotli, Dr. Hodglns, and others,
Swimming Party at Fort Shatter.
A delightful swimming party was
given Monday afternoon by tho ladles
of Fort Shnftor. There Is an Ideal
natntorlum at tho, Fort, nnd tho swim
ming Is quite a feature In tho recrea
tion hourB for tho officers and their
when. On Monday afternoon about
fifty guests wore present, but most
of them consisted of servlco peoplo.
After a delightful swim, tea, salads
and sandwiches were served on tho
Rnnrliins lan.it of Cnntalu and Mrs,
Chapman's home. Among those pros-
. ,. t.-t nn.i f- Minmrtnn
eni were v,.iiium uiiu ...m. v.,.u,...,u...
MaJor nnd M"- Kcnneily, Dr. and
Mr8, Jonnson, MrB- ardeo, Dr. nnd
Mr8, Smith, Lieutenant and Mrs.
Ilowcn, Captain nnd Mrs. Frederick
Ramsey. 'Cliptnln and MrS,
""'f- t'a master and Mrs. John
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MIsb Rthel Spalding, Miss
Allen, Miss Kathcrlne Stephens. Lieu
tenant and Mrs. Turner, Captain nnd
Mrs Trnnk Robards, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Williams. Mr. Klllott Downing,
Mr. Allan Hamilton, Lieut. Pardee, Miss Abbio Dow,. Miss Constance nes
Lieut. Rogers. Lieut. Chilton. Lieut, tarlck Miss, Helen ..Kimball, ' Mrs.
Lonrand of tho U.
S. S. Chattanoogo,
Mrs. Ilottomlrj's Luncheon.
Wilt til mflFPIIfirllPII nml lUnftlpnlinlr
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fern, ornamented the three tables that
were arranged In, the large dining
room and living room of this urtlstlc
home In Manoa valley. The placo
enrds were hand-palntcd heads, or-
namented with largo picture hats;
t,eSe cards were used for bridge
scores when that all-absorbing game
was participated ln after tho mid-day
repast. Among those who enjoyed
Mrs. Alan liottomley's hospitality
were Mrs. Kimball, Mrs. Samuel Dam
on, Mrs. 0 ray of Los Angeles, Mrs.
Jordan, Mrs. Waterhouse, Mrs. War
ner, Mrs. llobdy, Mrs. Arthur Derg,
M jBmtoolli MrB. w. lj0
Captain Low of the U. S. Marine
Corps, Mrs. Alexander Llndsey,. Mrs.
Clinton Dallentyne, Mrs. Utackman,
Miss Gray of Los Angeles, Miss Mao
Damon and the Misses Jordan.
Miss Blair and Miss Lucas Card
Drld go was tho gamo chosen by
Miss Dlalr and Miss Lucas, to enter
tain a cotcrlo of friends, whom they
entertained at their homo Monday
evening. The prizes wero exceeding-
ly I)retty" MIbs 0ray of UiB Angeles
won tno nrBt Vrtze a boautlful pin
set with pearls. MIbs Harriot Young
was ono of the fortunate guests,
winning the consolation, an Import
ed after dinner coffee cup. Mr. Ora
ham was awarded tho first 'men's
prize a sandal wood crlbbaga board,
iniaia witn ivory. Mr. uarncs won
th consolation a stein. On this oc
"urniiam. .miss irma iiaiientyne, Mr.
uuu ,nrr iiiijuu, mwa i.uuun, iui-nsrH
Wales, Edwards. Jamloson, Barnes,
Graham, Doctor Hodglns and others.
Mr, Parker's House Party.
Sunday Mr. Ernest Parker enter
tained at a houso party in honor of
Miss Annlo Graham at his artistic
homo In Manoa Valley, Tho host and
guests enjoyed a swim In .tho largo
n00' nt t,le barker home, nfter which
luncheon was served, and many
dainty viands wero enjoyed by tho
assembled ptiosts. Among those who
l"rlook of Mr. Ernest Parker's hos-
Mtallty were the Princess Kawanana-
bnn IIdh Annln ilAfinm l ia lilt.
Mrs, Ernest Clarks'i Drldgei
Miss Rerthu Clarke, tho sister of
Mr. Ernest Clarke was the compli
mented guest nl a bridge party which
was glred by Mr. 'und Mrs. Ernest
Clarke Saturday evening. Sixteen
guostB were' Invited. This party was
In tho uaturo of a farewell, as MIbs
Clarko left on tho steamer Lurllno
for her homo on tho mainland.
Mr. and Mr. Smith's Tea.
San SoucI, tho old homo of Rob-
crt Louis 'Stevenion was tho setting
for a very pretty tea, when Mr. nnd
Mrs., Smith, mother and father of Dr.
Smith of the Naval Station, enter-
talncd In honor of Mrs. Sophia I).
llerrlck on Tuesday afternoon from
4 to C. Tho house and verandas wore
decorated with golden shower, nnd
tropical foliage. Tea was served at
small tables on the veranda. Mr. and
Mrs. Smith, nnd their son nro prov
ing qulto an addition to Honolulu so
ciety. Mr. Smith has been for twon-
ty-flvo years Professor of Philosophy
at the University of Virginia but re-
tired threo yenrs
ago irom uns res-
Tho Smiths nro
charming Southern people nnd wo nro
Indeed fortunate In having them re
Tuesday Bridge Club.
Tho Misses Wnterhouso entertain
ed the Tuesday Ilrldge Club nt their
homo In Nuunnu Valley on Tuesday
last. Owing to several of the regular
members b4ng out of town several
substitutes wore asked, among them
being Miss Helen Kimball, who won
tho prize a hnlf dozen daintily em
broidered handkerchiefs. Tho play
ing commenced shortly uftcr two
o'clock mid continued until live. Af
ter tho counting of scores and tho
nwardment of the prize delicious ro-
fresliments wero served. Among
thoso present were Miss Utcnnor Wa
terhouso, Miss Margaret Wntcrhousv,
Mrs. Harold alrlard. Mrs. Fred Da
mon, Mrs. Mannle Phillips, Mrs. M.
M. Garret, Mrs. Davison, Miss Mar
garet Walker, Mrs. Arthur Wilder,
Miss Catherine floodnle. Mrs. Smith,
Fred Wnterhouso nnd Miss Ircno
Ftalier. ' '
The Mttaei Robertson's Luncheon.
Mg8 i.tlllan. and Mfss flraco Hob-
A.4on.. ' .n.n l.n-.'ln.r 1.Alw. l.n.
r ""- ""ii "T'" ",'L. "'
leases uu Miursuu. nu uL-L-uruuuiin
tor this affair wero cxquls
lean Ucauty roses being usod In grcnt
profusion. A largo fancy basket fill
ed with these roses was suspended
from tho chandelier within a few feef
of tho table, and tho American beau
ties wero peeping from all sides of
the basket and exhaled a delicious
fragrance. On this occasion artificial
light was usod, tho electric light
bulbs being covered with roso tinted
silk shades fashioned to reprosent
roses. Tiffin was served at one o'clock.
Tho placo cards wore embossed In
gold with tho letter "R" In tho loft-
Hawaiian Soda Works
baud turner. After luncheon tho
guests and their hostesses partici
pated In several rubbers of bridge.
Among those present were Miss Rob
ertson, Miss Grace Robertson, Miss
Alico Cooper, Miss Conlelln Oilman,
Miss lllanche Sopcr, Miss D. Oilman,
Miss Helen North nnd 'Mlifc Hattlo
Mr. and Mrs. Gait's Dinner-
Ihursdny evening Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
ft. flnlt entertained nt dinner In hon
or of Mr,
nnd Mrs. Ilcnjamln Marx.
who havo Just returned from Europe.
Covers were laid for fourteen, and
the tnblo decorations wero extremely
nttlstle, consisting of pink roses.
After dinner a musical evening was
enjoyed, a number of tho guests con
tributing to an Informal musical pro
gram. Among thoso present wero
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gait, Mr. and Mrs.
ncnjnmln Mnrlx, Judge .and Mrs. Sid'
noy llallou, Mr. and Mrs. Harry -von
Holt, Dr nnd Mrs, Charles Bryant
Cooper. Judge nnd Mrs. Philip Wcnv
er and Dr. nnd Mrs, Moore.
Captain Foster's Luncheon.
One of tho most clnborato lunch
cons of the week was given by Cap
tain Foster at tho Alexander Young
Hotel on Thursday." Hand-painted
placo cards designated, tho places' of
tho nine gnosis. The circular tablo
BI)ar,iC(i wun c'ut glass nnd dainty
cillnn,ho ccntcr ornnmenf on 'tho
,,., wna i.rn , ia.B bo.vi
p . ,,.. ,,,.,,. nt rm carnations.
tcr luncheon tho party motored to
tho Pall and back. Captain Foster's
guests Included the Princess Knwa
nannkoa, Mrs. Oussle Schmidt, Mrs.
Wnrren, Miss Vaughan, Mr. Smith,
Lieutenant King, Mr. Evnns, Mr.
Lloyd Conkllng nnd Mr. II. O. Mat
Picnic at Wallete.
Ten young matrons gnvo nn In
formal and enjoyable picnic party at
W'allelo on Wednesday nfternoon.
Tho party motored, nnd on nrrlvlng nt
their destination enjoyed tho fresh
water swimming that Wallelo affords.
A delirious midday luncheon was
served, this being nn old-fashioned
basket picnic, each guest contribut
ing home made delicacies for tho
luncheon. After tiffin several rub
bers of bridge were enjoyed. Among
(hoso present wero tho Princess Ka
wnnanakoa, Mr. Frank Richard
son, Mrs. Theodore Uinslng. Mrs.
Morris Grossman, Mrs. Fred Damon,
Mrs. James Dougherty, Mrs. Artliu,'
Davison and Mrs. Harold Olffard.
Captain Foster's Dinner.
Cantata Fostor. a capitalist of
MnrVHvllln C.ll.. mado a llcllclltflll
host on Sunday last. This entertain-
a ... t !. ..,, rtf n .ittitiAf
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nnu was grcauy eiijojcu u n.o
guests present. The dinner was glv
en nt tho Young Hotel. Pink rose
ornamented tho center of tho table,
wblla candlesticks with delicate pink
shades wero placed at tho four cor
ners. Tho placo cards wero orna
mented with roses. Thoso seated at
this flower-bedecked tablo wero thu
Princess Kawannnakoa, Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Taylor, Mr. McCrosson nnd Mr.
Mrs. Monlroso drahani will spe.nl
tho wcokend with Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Dowllng at Hccln, Oahu.
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.
The Palolo Social Club met at the
home of Mrs. Mnry A. Wright on Ma
klkl street last Thursday evening.
nini bkcki luni tiiumuuy livening.
Seven hotly contested games of pedro
erH played, the first prizes being
u. u, .,. Crr... u..u m,
Delicious refreshments wero
served after the pedro contests.
Among thoso present were Mr. and
Mrs. Ormlston, Mr. and MrS. Merrill,
Mr. ntwt Mm. Ilnvil. Mra Pima 1
&hoenlng( MrB. Mry A. Wright, Miss
Ethel Day, Mr. Clydo Wright, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Itlley, Mrs. W. Foster and others
whoso names were not obtained.
Captain and Mrs. Robardt' Cl.ver
Captain and Mrs, Frank RobariH
entertained delightfully Mondav evo
nlng at dinner. The color scheme for
this affair was scarlet. Hoses In this
shade, combined wth dainty candle
nbra ornamented with scarlet silk
shndes, made an effective decoration.
Among thoso who enjoyed Captain
and Mrs. Hobards' hosplta'lty wero
Mrs. Kathcrlne M. Yates of Chicago,
III., Miss Ulnnche Howard Wcnner of
Seattle, Wash, Colonel Wheeler, U
S. A., nnd Major Hart, U, S. A.
Mr Bond' to Wed Oakland Belle.
1 Tlie following Invitation hns been
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen MatUervllle Elston
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request tho honor of jour presence
nt .no marriage i . neir uangnier
nt tho mnrrlagc of their daughter
Mr. Rol:t Kllas liond
Snturdny evening, the thirtieth of
July oun thcurnul nine hundred
mid 'ten nt hilf after eight
J'lrrt I'nltirlan Church
Mn:i:A, Honolulu people wero nt Ha
lelwa last Sunday The wcilliur and
roads ere flue fur motoring mid tho
luncheon liniir t-i always popular nt
this delightful country place,
Capliili; nuil Mrs. Mnrlx gavo n
round the'-ls'rnd pa.ty on Sun lay, ar
riving at Hnlelua for dinner.
Charles S. Rriron. who Is thu tour
lit ngc.it from Ln Angeles, took his,
latty down the r.ilhoad Inst Monday
to H'tlclwj. Alter n special lunch
scrviil there on tho lanal tho party
were driven In carriages to Wnhl.iva,
thrimch the plneapplu fields, taking
lli train from Iheie down the Wnl
k'iKilaiiiia (lu'ch tu town, nflcr u
Tho nnny friends or Dr. Walter
Urlnckuihnrr will bo sorry to learn
that ho his doetded to leave Ilono-
ImIii nnl tnkn nn a normanent re.i -
denic In tho Enst.
The Doctor has
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univnruiy mm win ismu nuiiuium
the last nt this month, going by way
or Slheiln. having decided to spend
several mouths In that Interesting
country going In the oist'rn part of
the United Stitcs by w.iy of the Ito I
Miss WIiikIcii, who Is sojourning
nt tho Moana Hotel. Ins received tho
tnl iiowb of tho death of her undo
In Richmond, Va. Tho many ft lends
of Miss Winston will be sorry to hear
th".t shu will leave on the next sail-
lug of tho Sierra for tho mainland.
Mr. Lanz' Stag Party.
Mr. William a. Irwin was the com;
pllmonted guest at a 'Bng dinner
which was Klven nt Mr. W. Lanz'
. . , ",
ho" Wednesday evening. This was
- -,-; ;"e"j,teil.
j,nny toas,g wcr gjyen and W,ty
.nUoii,o. .KnnMii . n ontnv-ihln
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evening was spent by tho following
men: Mr. Lanz, Mr. William 0. Ir-
win. Mr. Robert Shingle, Mr. Rich-
nrd( Ivers, Mr. Aloxander J, Camp
bell and Mr. Jack Dowsett.
The tfawnllan Yacht Club will glvo
a hill on July 30th at the Moana Ho
tel. Tills affair will be In honor of
tho visiting yachtsmen and will bo
ono of the social events of the year.
Tho patroneafes havo not been ask
ed nor tho Invitations Issued. No ex-'
penso will be spared to make this n
This evening Mr. and Mrs. Forbe-i
will entertain a cotjrle of friends at
their heach cottage nt Pearl Harbor
nt a twilight supper. Among tlroso
Invited are Mr. nnd Mrs. John T,
Wnrrcn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest CJlnrk,
Mr and Mrs. L. J. Warren and tho
latter'H sister, Miss Eynon. ,
Dr. mil Mrs. Hoffman, after n
p'rnsant sojourn of three weeks ln
Mnnoa Valley, returned on Saturday
)0 (hcIr ,()m'e' ofl Knai lrcetJ Mr
,infflI)B W,h the wichman children,
... ,. wilholmlna for tho Vol-
cann House, where they yJII Hx;nd a
,n.l,,lnt,l . '
' V.' . '
Mr. Henry Wichman' who has been
touring Europo v.lth.'lils son, Freder
ick, will return In Honpulu,P1o first
wrek In October and will occupy his
hciiso nn the corner of Klnnii and
Miss Wlckstriini hns Issued Invita
tions for a tea which will bo given
Mondny afternoon from A to C. On this
rccaslon Miss Eynon, who Is visiting
Mr. nnd Mrs, L. J. Warren, will bo
tho guest of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry von Holt re
'"'"?l "" "-' Wlllielmlna nnd nro
being welcomed by a host of friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. von Holt havo been,
traveling extensively In Europe. '
Dr. nnd Mrs. Albert Ilakcr of Kn-j
ua left on the Lurllne for n ulxj
months' trip on tho mainland.
A DAINTY' TOILET ARTICLE.
1'vcrJ- lady who desires to keep u.n
hcr nttractlvo nppfcarancc, while nt
lD ieir. uiicnuuit jvccciiiiun.,
when shopping, while traveling and
on all occasions, should carry In her
i,i,if nniniAllIva nni
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ENTAL DEAUTY LEAVES. This la
a cininty lime uooKtet or exquwueiy
perfumed powdered' leaves which aro
easily removed nnd applied to the
skin. It is Invaluable when the face
becomes moist nnd flushed, and Is far
superior to n powder puff, as It does
not spill aud Boll the clothes,
It removes dirt, soot and grease
from the face, Imparting a cool, dell-
cute bloom to the complexion. Sent
anywhere on receipt of Five Cents In
stamps or coin, F, T. HOPKINS, 37
Great Jones St., New York.