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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1910.
U. S.iAffliy Says:
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N HLAUOIIATU dinner danco
will be given on next Friday,
when tho new University Club
will be opened. Tho Drst
plan wns (o give n large bull
on the opening night, but ow-
IurHo tho absence of ho mnny of the
H) during the summer months, this
plnn na abandoned No formnl Imi
tations will be Issued but each mem
ber, of tho club can Invito his friends
to dinner, participating, In tho dime
(ox' afterwards. A Hawaiian quintet
cub wlllfplay-durlng-dlnncr and turn'
Ish mulc fr,danclng. A number of
large, and elaborate dinners arc being
planned; society will be there, en
masse and It will bo a gala affair.
Tfiq Ladles' Annex will also be opened
that evening. This Annex consists of
jo, looms opening on Hotel street
nm'l U beautifully fitted up for the
coffifoi- ol ue women folk. Tills n.i
nos will be used exclusively by t...
fJr rc. Two women In each fam
ily am become members and can en
irrtulu friends at the club, which will
prove not 'only an cnJo)tnent, but
mhny "times when a ciiok decides to
Kue4on short notlc , and 'friends' are
passing tbroug'i on tho steamer the
Club Annex will prove a great con
venience. A full list of tho commit
ic..k for the cntcrtnlnment lias not
beeti completed, but this will nil be
. la charge of competent hands in ord
er to Insure the success of the enter
tainment On that evening a bcautl
lal dinner will be given In honor of
Mrs. F. It Day, whoso husband was
fhotflrst president of tho club, nnd it
was mainly through his efforts that
the club has procd soeji ,n .pleasure
and, benefit to tho community, for he
was beloved by all.
tf,Mr: and Mrs. J. I). Ueall and their
two charming daughters, Miss M. Lily
Dealt and Miss Florence, aro stopping
BtfUhe Moanii hotel. They aro rela
te is of Dr. Tucker Smith or the U
8, Navy, who Is Htntlonc.il here.. . .
1t"M , r ?-..:
Tuchls Club Diiiicf iit.-Miniini.
, IJery one Is on the. gut vlve o
thetYncht Club dniicJ'iSt'it'ho Sl'oai
which will be ghen ttjhj jcnfng. The
uuivi to uuiuh uitiuunueiy uyuriuvu
lor the occasion, tho Royal Hawaiian
baoil 'will play dining tho reception
which1 will precede the dance. Gov
ernor and Sirs. Frcar, Admiral and
Mr). Corwln I. Rccs, Judgo anil, Sirs,
bihr'ord 11. Dole and Sir. and Sirs.
Lorrln A. Thuruton will ho In the re
tailing line. On this occasion many
beautiful toilettes will be worn, for
tho different modistes In town hae
tocn.busy making beautiful gowns for
tho occasion, which will add greatly to
the' beauty ot the affair. Society will
bo out in full forco to extend a wel
come to the visiting yachtsmen and
MV, and Mrs. Klesahn's Dinner.
, Sir. and Sirs. Frederick Klebahn en
tertained at dinner Saturday ovenlng
'In honor of Sir. and Sirs, Jack Dow
sett and Sir. nml Sirs. Alexander
Cahlpbell, Pink and green formed an
.cffectlvo color scheme. Pink Duchoss
roses ornamented the center of iho
table. Elaborate candelabra with
dainty pink silk shades occupied the
corners of the table and cast a sort
and becoming glow over tho assembled
guest's. Tho dinner was served In
tho largo dining room overlooking
the sea. After dinner a number of
rubbers of bridge whist wero enjoyed,
.Among those present were Sir. and
Mrs, Jack Dowsctt, Sir. and Sirs. Alex
ander Campbell, Sir. and Sirs. Frank
Richardson, Mr. and Sirs. E. Faxon
nj3hop Sllss Margaret Walker, Sirs.
Marj' Ounn, SIIss Agnes Walker, Sir.
and SlrB. Carl Holloway, Sir. Edward
Tenney, Sir. Pfotcnhauer, Sir. Sluhel
.o'n.lgrf, Mr. Harry Whltnoy, and oth
Mrs. Cooper's Luncheon.
(Mrs. Hydo Smith was tho guest of
honor at the luncheon which was giv
en Tueday by Sirs. Charles Rryan
Cfooper. This was one of tho most en
Jwpble affairs of ,tho week. Pink
Duchbss roses graced tho largo cir
cular koa table, which was covered
with exquisite Cluny lace dollies and
centerpiece to match. Tho placo cards
jwVo ornamented with pink roses nnd
tied with pink satin ribbon, After
luncheon save nil rubbers of hrldgo
tf'er'q enjoyed. Those who partook of
Srgg Charles Dryanf Cooper's hosnl
fallly were Sirs. Hyde-Smith, Sirs,
(Harold Dillingham, Sirs. K. Faxon
Dfshop, Mrs. Corwln If. flees,- Sirs.
Richard Ivors, SIIss Agnes Walker,
Sirs, Robert Atkinson, Sirs. Hernias
KB linu juibs amrunrei winner.
Judge and Mrs. Ballcu's Dinner.
"Overseas," tho homo of Judgo nnd
Mrs. Sidney Ilnllou, was tho setting i
for a most elahoralu dinner which wns
given Wednesday evening In honor of j
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Francis Dllllng-j
ham. While nnd green was chosen as'
tho color scheme. As Iho guests of
honor hao hut recently returned from,
their hone) moon nil tho decoration
were carried out In tho nuptial ideas,
Over the center nf tho long table was
suspended a wedding hell of whlto
Jcisnmlno tied with bow knots of tulle.
In the Interior of this bell Innumerable
tiny electric HghtH wciu placed, afford
ing n novel effect. A largo mirror out
lined with gold was placed under
neath this wedding bell, producing a
beautiful reflection, while spra)s of
whlto Jessamine, combined wlthn'sml
Inx, were promiscuously placed over
tho whlto damask cloth. Tho place
ili ils wero extremely unique nnd help-
d carry out the decorative scheme,
Hawaiian singing boys were concealed
behind a screen of trnplc.il vortlure.
nd rendered nppioprlate nnd heautl-
fill music Mrs Sidney Ilallou loo'.ied
charming In white satin with n tunic
or hand embroidered mullo. Mrs, Wal-
tor Francis Dillingham looked stun
ning In a French; creation of blue satin
In tho new French shado that Is prov-j
Ing bo popuhr This "rns ono of Pn-'
quln's gowns, and was heavily embel-
Ushed with lace. A diamond hand was
worn over tho front or the coiffure,
which was exceedingly becoming. Mrs. J
Dillingham Is' noted for her vlvncity
and wit. nnd on nit occasions proves nj
great acquisition to any function.
Among tho guests numbered nt this
Sim. Wnltcr Frauds Dillingham, Sir.
mid Sirs. Richard Ivors. Major and
Sirs, WInilow. Sirs, Ilyilc-Smlth, and
Sir. Jack Atkinson.
Miss Roile Herbert's Luncheon.
Lnrge purple violets wero chosen
fur tho flower to decorate the boautl-
fiiltv ntioolnle.l liinrlieon mhto nt which
Miss Rosle Herbert .presided as host- Hllchnrd's guests wero Sllsscs Ather
ess Wednesday nftemoon. This lunch- ton, SIIss Uarnard and Sllss Ilcnloii or
eon was given nt this attrnctlvo girl's Calltornln, SIIss Hejon North. SIIss
lininn on Pllkol Btreet. Covers W'ere JBsli) Kcitnedy. SIIss Slurlel Howntt.
Ilnlil fny ten, nnd beaullfnlly hand-dec-
ornted place cards were used. At
each place Imprint rmsagn bouquets Princess to Leave,
of vlo'cts wero found, nnd worn during The1 Princess Kawananakoa will
the nftbrnodii by the hostess nnd her leave -August tenth on tho Sierra (on
feucBls Among those who enjoyed , 8nn Francisco where Bhe will rcBldu
Miss Herbert's hospitality wero Miss at hrr home. 15 I'resldlo Terrace, San
Violet SUkbc, SIIss Allen, SIIss Ethu'l i Francisco. The leaving of tho Prln
Spalding, Miss Harriet Lucas, Sllss cess will crcato a void In tho social
SInry Lucas, Sllss llnlluntyne. Stlsi circles of Honolulu, where she has
Cryton, Sllss Dell, nnd Sllss l.yilla been extensively entertained. Tho Prln-
An Informal Tea.
Sllss Irmn Rnllcntyne entertained
Informally at tea Friday afternoon, A
dozen young dcbutantcK enjoyed this
charming young hostess' hospitality.
Sllss Rallentyne jiourcd ten In tho tea
room overlooking tho sea. This rooul
was appropriately decorated In roses
and maidenhair fern. Among those
present wero SIIss Irmn Dallcntync,
Sllss Agnes Wlckstrum, Sirs. Oeorgo
Cleveland Ilowcn, SIIss Allen. Sllssl
Daisy Cras, SIIss Ethol Spalding. Sllssl
Sara Lucas und Sllss Harriet Young,
Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club,
The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club
was delightfully entertained this week
at Walklkl, at the homo of Judgo nnd
Mrs. Arthur Wilder. Tho prlzo was
an oxqulBlto fan, which was won by
Mrs. Davidson. Among thoso present'
wero Sirs. Arthur Wilder, Sirs. Smith,
Sirs. George Kenyon (wlfo of Ensign
Kenyon, U. S. N.), Sirs. Clifford D.
High, Sirs. Frederick Damon. Sirs, SI.
St. Garrett, Sllss Constance Rcstartck
rmM.nn mi.. iiiM,nr.on J
Indianapolis. Ind., Miss Helen Klra.''orn'B' wl, nM hroigh this city on
ball. SIIss Allco Roth. SIIss Haiel,,ho T(,n Mar"' Saturday, and wllf
HnfTninn. nn,l Mr Kmnlc Ttlrl.ar.1.
Sirs SI, SI. Garrett, wlfo of Lieut
Oarrett ot tho U. S, Army, will p
turn to the mainland on the'.ransport
Logan. Lieut, Garrett has recently
been promoted, but will remain with
7r""V 7 ',, V ?Tm,lll9 will leave cither the last of
a Fort nenamln Harrison Indiana .September or the middle ot October
Mrs Garrets sister. SIIss Ethel , T. ,hclr BOn , n tho Knst. At ,L
I rt-j.nt h TnrnlMlm K.IaV. ! ..tl...J
spaimng, win accompany ner to tno
mainland and will visit her at this at- visiting her brother and .Is having a
tract ye Army post. Miss Spalding UlclRllUn , ,' 10 -
(jimisiiiuivu iiuo ui uiu iiiuai. iNjpuiur
girls or tho younger set, nnd she will
bo greatly missed during her absenco
this winter. During Mrs. Garrett's
stay In Honolulu sho has been tho In
centive for much entertaining.
Captain nnd Sirs. Loronz, have
rented Arthur Rowen's bungalow at
Walklkl. Captain nnd Sirs. Lorcn
will prove a great addition to socloty
In Honolulu. Tlio former bus itaken
Captain Parks' place nnd has full
charge or (ho fortifications at Walklkl.
"Nlhlkul," tho mountain homo of Mr.
Mid Mrs. Fit-itcrlck Jewell Uiwroy
will ho Iho scene of a very pretty
Btippc'r ilnnco, which will ho given
this evening, by their two sons who
Inn c rccrntly returned from Yalo.
About forty young pcoplo will motor
t this beautiful home. Tho nffalr
Is being given in nnnor or miss jcs
sic Kennedy who will lenvo In the
fall for the mainland. Supper will ho
served nt seven o'clock at small la
blcs which will bo bcmtlfiilly decor
ated with rosfB. After Hiippor an Im
promptu dance, consisting of wnltzcs
and two Btops, will bo Indulged In.
Mrs. Fred Damon entertained in
formally a bridge party Thursday nf
tunoon. Two tables wero nrranged
on the1 Innut where this fntcluntlng
gnmo wiib played. Mrs. Onrrctt won
the first prlio n box of embroidered
handkerchiefs. Among those present
were: Mrs. Fred Damon,
Dougherty, Mrs. Davison
Mrs. SI. SI. Oarrett, 1'rlncoss Kawa-
nnnakoa. Sllss Ada Rhodes and Miss
Mies Kennedy's Luncheon.
SIIss Jcsslo Kennedy entertained
d'llglitfully Wednesday nt n luncheon'
which wns given In honor of tho SIIss-
cs Alherton. Tho tablo was adorned
with hot house flowers and maiden
har fernn. Among tho guests wero:
iho Sllsscs Athcrton. SIIss Benton,
Miss Uarnard of California, SIIss Irene
Fisher, Mrs. Harold Castle. Sllss Vera
Damon" nnd her house guest, nnd Sirs.
Mrs. Richard's Luncheon.
A bevy of attractive and pretty girls
wero entertained Monday nt Sirs.
Theodore Richard's country homo
"Luhnkua." This affair wns In tho na
ture or n luncheon. Roses wero used
In tho decorative scheme, nml were
used In Croat nrofuslon. Aiiipiit Mrs.
SIIss Sara Lucas and others.
cess will bo accompanied by her sister
SIIss Ileatrlco Campbell.
Mrs. Babbitt's Luncheon.
Sirs, Winifred Ilabbltt entcrtnlned
Thursday at luncheon, at Kaliala. Tho
tablo was fragrant with red roses,
combined with the feathery asparagus
vine. After luncheon tho remainder
of tho arternoon was devoted to
bridge. Among tho guests were Sirs
Corwln P Roes, Sirs. Wulter Fruncls
Dillingham. Sirs. Sidney Ilallou, Sirs.
Harold Dillingham, Sirs. Hyde-Smith,
Mrs. Charles Urynnt Cooper, and oth-
Mr. Bollmer's Dinner.
Sir, Dollmor was host at n beauti
fully appointed dinner Thursday even
ing. The dinnor wns given nt tho
Moana' hcro ho nn'1 hl R0" Ilavc
bcc" "tnyluB. Mr. Dollmcr entertain-
" '" "nur ol nn" w- ' wnito
houso of this city who aro old friends
or his. Sir. Ilollmer is cx-Slajor of
Sirs, Florenco Potter Pflngst, a sis-
tcr of the Lieutenant-Governor of Cal-
bo ,ll' BU'st of the Princess Kawn
jnanakoa, Tho Princess has planned
nn olnhornto luncheon that will be
given at tl.o Young Care. After tlffln
tho party will motor to tho Pall and
X Wl" enJo? tea at
tho Country Club,
Sir, and Sirs. William
I nPAQPnt (Inift Mica Tlnntt-lVn Pnelln la
Castle will roturn to Honolulu with
her parents some time after Christ
Sirs. Frnncls Juddfiai Issued Invl
tntlons lor n largo rocoptlon which
will ho given nt her homo Slondny
nrtcrnoon rrom four until bIx o'clock
Tho affair Is being glvo-i In honor or
sir nnd Sirs. nrrll .ludd.
Lieutenant-Commander Houston und
his bride hnvo leased a homo on Keen
moku street and will bo at homo tn
Miss Roth's Luncheon.
SIIss Alice Hoth entertained at lun
cheon In honor of her classmato Miss
Richardson ' Indianapolis, Ind., both
girls hnvlng attended Wclesloy. This
nffalr was given Wednesday at Dr.
nml Sirs. Clifford II. Hclgh's bunga
low where Sllss Roth Is visiting. Cov
ers wero laid for (en, tho ornamen
tation of tho tahlo wns In roses ami
Binllnx. Among Sllss Roth's guests
wero SIIss Richardson, SIIss Allco
Roth, tho Sllsscs Watcrhousc, SIIss
Helen Kimball, Sllss Jesslo Kennedy,
Sllss Irene Usher, Slls Sara Lucas,
SIIss Vera Damon nnd her cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewie' House Party.
Tho Harry Lewises, who aro resid
ing at the Sam Parker placo on Sit
Tantalus, are giving a weekend party
to about fifteen of their friends, Slost
of tho gipsls" will drlvo this after
noon tot ,n!s beautifully situated
mountain homo anil will return to
town Monday morning.
Mrs. Augur's Tea.
Sirs. Oourgo Augur, wife of Doctor
Augur entertained nt tea at her homo
Friday afternoon In honor of tho
Sllsscs Athcrton nnd their house
guests, Sllss Ilnrnnrd and Miss Den'
ton. About forty five )oung pcoplo
wero present, tho hours wore from 3
to 6. .'''
Mist North's Tea.
SIIss Helen North's 4 o'clock ten
given on Thursday was ono of tbo
cnjoynblq affairs of tho week. This
was an Informal affair, about fifteen
guests being entertained. Tho houso
for tho occasion was fragrant with hot
house flowers and tropical vines nnd
Sir. and Mis. Robertson, who have
been sojourning for tho past threo
weeks nl tho Muana Hotel, entcrtnlned
dellghtfu))y Wcdnesdny evening nt
dinner,. I,n, honor of Sirs. Kntherlno SI.
Ontes of Chicago, III, who Is also
stopping nt tho Sloana. Covers wero
laid forlght, mid the tnblo was elab
orately decornfed with Ui France
roses nnd vnllnx. Sir. nnd Sirs. Rob
ortHiin hnvd been spending their honey
moon In tho Islnmls. The -latter was
a S)dncy belle, but will mnkc her fn
iurA twin In fvillromln nn Mr Rob-
,....,. ...j. .- ... - , -
crtsou Hat acccptcdjii profuRsora'.ilp In
tbo I'mvorsityi of California.
Tho baiid'Ciincort gven Thursday
evening proved extremely enjoyable.
The grounds' surrounding tho Slonnn
Hotel wero brilliantly lighted with
electricity, mid thronged with people.
Mnny of tho town folk motored out to
escape tho warm ovenlng in lown.
Tho southerly breezes trom tho ocean
mnko Walklkl very cool.
Sir nnd Sirs. Jack Dowsett, Sir. nnd
Mrs. Alexander Campbell nnd Sirs.
Slary Gunn will lenvu Saturday on tho
Korea. Tlicy will go direct to Now
York. Sirs. Gunn will renriln there,
but tho two couples with their fam
ilies will sail for Europe, ( be gono
for a year.
Sir. and Sirs. J. SInrtyn Ilncnke nrn
domiciled at tho Moami Hotel, Sir
HnenkoMs n prominent member of
tho Rurllngnmo Country ' Club nnd
capitalist ot California. Hu was mar
ried in June to SIIss Slarle Churchill,
and thoy nro spending a jiortlou of
their honeymoon In the Islands,
Sirs. Harold Dllllnghnm ami her
mother Sirs. !!de-Smlth left today nn
the Mongolia. Sirs. Dillingham has
been having eomo trouble with her
eyes, nnd will have them treated on
her arrival in San Francisco.
Slisa.Witt for tho past two and halt
years with V. V. Ehlora & Co. has
been appointed to take charge ot tho
I.aco Department at Jordan's. Sllss
Witt begins her now duties on Slon
Tho U. S. cruiser Charleston Is ex
pected next woek from the Orient mid
will remain In Honolulu a week or ten
days. This Is sure to give an Impe
tus to social nffalrs,
Captain Halght and Captain Scales
of tho 5jth Cavalry, In company .with
Mr. Belmefer, dined at Iho Sloana Ho
tel Friday ovenlng. ,,
Dr. 'Davis, with his two sons, nro oc
cupying the Robert Atkinson homo at
Sir. and Sirs. Winifred Rabbit and
family nio occupying tho Alfred Car
ter placo at Kahala.
SlrB. Hnrlon, n society woman of
i"ittlo, Wash., has taken npirtmeuts
at tho Sloana Hotel,
Sirs. Arthur Wilder loaves today
for a two weeks' sojourn at Halolwa.
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CAUTION When you ask for Duffy's Turs Malt Whiskey, be sure
you get the genuine. It's the only nlsclutely pure medicinal malt whis
key and is sold in sealed bottles only: never in bulk. Look for the
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U. S. A.
WANTS TO DIE A PAUPER.
Dr. D. K. Pearsons Has Given Away
More Than $G,o6o,OCO.
CHICAGO, July IT,. Dr. D. K.
I'enrsons, tho philanthropist. Is one
tep nearer the goal' (if his ambi
tions the time when he will he
penniless nnd homeless, but happy,
svs'.cm in a normal, healthy condition.
declining Hint his millions nie do
ing gusd lW tho )oilth of the coun
try. Dr. Pennons announced jester
ilav that his magnificent homo ut
Hinsdale was on iho market and that
when It Is sold hi) will fn to B'inl.
, lui turn to purs his remaining days.
1 On April 11, 1011. whei.s he will
he ill jenrs old, Dr. I'eaisoiis plans
tn make his Inst bequests to tho col
leges that hnvo already re olved $6
- pOR the stomach's sake an
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' lished fact that.'
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qualities which make it invalu
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Apart from its medicinal pro
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Hie jieer That's
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Mr. Horace E-ButU, Providence,
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During- my twenty-fonr years of ser
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digestion, whi'd-has'-a stimulating
nnd tonic effect' upon the system,
It assists in building nerve tissues,
000,000 through his generosity,
will be his Inst donation.
"A man Is his own best execu
tor," raid Dr. I'eaitons last evening,
"and I Intcifd to ho my own. I will
fell my home, nnd life the money tn
pay my debts."
I)-, reaibons alwnjs rpcaks of
pledges to colleges as h'B "deht.i."
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