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EVENINO IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATUHDAY, AMI. fi, lillo.
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sA Telephone Message Will Bring You
A Safeguard To Hfealtli
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
or. a .
Henry Dennett, Mr. nnd Mrn. Hem- friends Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Novell's . net but It will iirobulily occur In tin
enway. Miss Hcmcuway and Mr Wal- dinner gucsta wero Mr. and Mrs. John' f-H or l'10 llr"1 r"rt of ll'e winter,
tcr Ketidayy were the guests of Mr. Little. Mr. and Mrs. William Tlionip The numerous Hieiidj of the young
and Mrs. Frederick" Utecro Lt and s"- Mr- ,,-l,!ln w" Mr" w- - a!" ,,et",lc wl" bu E'"'' lo kn"w ,l,llt ,,lley
onu .irs. lreucric, utecro, Lt. and ,,,.. huo decided to have 11 large homo
,.B,l0r"!rta,.?,",0fBlX' Sg..M. -Uai eieued and d'ancin, wMh,B. A nu.n1.er of "showers"
t.i. I'wnni nuiu ti limn, biiini' uuwu ...... .....,i .., -. i nni! nllur piiIi rl iilninntitti urn hiinir
Alrt Mr,,,Clr ,f 'T'T"- "abUiTpl " .; th, laaict .an- I'"'"'-" for this young girl by lr
Admiral nnd Mrs. Corwln I. Kces - , , ' , , imuierouj (".lends, Tho Mllonliii;
had .lx In their. party. ,. Ilcea j .nl C,.c8t3 wcr0-t the engagement lunck'
woro a Paris spwn and looked uu- "'"'' ..3...' .:"'.. ... .-?..,. eon: Miss Rhodes. I'.lucess KmvuuX
usually hnndsoino, Dt.ctor
Mooro had as their guests
anrd,Mr8, which Sw adjej djoyiiieitt to Ms k Mi IlaroW Olrf.rd, Mr I-iwI-of
honor ..., "... , ,',., , ,,i,i.. erlck Damon. -Mrs. J. M. lllggs, Mrs.
mi n!w r'TT, "" T"" '-dl " r 3b.iy Trial w Arthur Davison, .Mrs. Walter Macfar
liao ricently retulued from a two ' . ,.".,,,,,,,, I lane. Mrs. Jamni Dougherty and Mrs.
GUANT1TICS of jJituJaiiiliir
namthq., golden shower
blossom, purple"' asters,
baskets of asparagus, and
maidenhair fern, and -Vr'uplral palms,
lent' tll'elr grace and Color toward the
decorative s'hcino of the University
dinner-dance which took place last
n It'll t, at llie now University Club
nnt,tlie corner of Itlchards and Hotel
, streets.. Purple and gold arc the
clubjiolors, to It was. decided tnjt
I hew flowers should be: tised to der
orate the interior of the clubhouse.
nml Hid dinner table's as well. An
effective frieze of gcjden shower was
used In tho dlnlUR-room. . Tropical
'fo(lngu ami palms -were also-, aisejl,
vtlilfe overhead were suspended Irir-
Lets of trailing asparagus vine. and
ninjjlenlmlr fern TheJplKlnal lutna
Hon was to open the (Tubhnuse tvlth
a large ball, but owing tO"so mauv
president of the club, Judge Ililtoti. Miss Ada Hhodes looked unusually entertained Informally. Miss Cooper
and bis charming wife entertained ,retty In a palo blue nenii do crepo woro a beautiful gown of blue satin
lies, be'ng nut of town, this Idea
uiis.'iibiinilniircl, and nu-lnformiU dill-iicr-danco
was substituted.' Last
nlgh't fully to hundred guests werl
preti'ent'. The popular dinner hour
was hulf-piist seven. Iletween seven
it. lock .ami half past, the drlvewav
leading to the clubhouse was tilled
will, automobiles KhiiI'b nntlvc
iiulutet club was stationed In the
large dining room and discoursed
cwect music during the dinner hours,
later plalng for the dancing, The
n't, dinner In honor of Mrs. F. U.
l)4y, whoso 'husband, the late V. II.
Day, was the second president of the
club. The llallous' table was decor
ated In purple uud gold and maiden,
hair fern. Amo.ng tho other guests
wero Colonel S.'liuyler, Miss Irwin
nml Mr. Schacffer. Mrs. Uallou was
clml In a white satin, with un ovor-
dress of white embroidered chiffon.
A largo hat of Chnntlcleer pink com
pleted the costume, Mrs. F. It. Day
wore an lu.poited go.wn of satin. Dr.
an"il Mrs." James Judd ciitertnlncd In
.Ifnn'dr'of. Mr. mid Mrs. Vrancls Dll-
Unghuui' and Mr. and Mrs, Uorrit
Judd. Mrs. James Judd'g gown of
veiled grwn chiffon cloth over white
satin was greatly admired; a large
-Iilark picture hat was worn. Mr.
ii ml Mrs. Jack (l.ilt, Mr. nnd Mrs.
K K.iMin HlHhop, Mr. and Mrs,
Alonzii (Jurtley wero nmnug Dr. and
Wid.' Ilobdy's guests. Mrs. Hobdy
"looked I'xtrenii'b handsomp In black
i rutin trimmed In cloth of gold, with
,'touclies of pink. Dr. Ilodglus nnd
Mr. Williamson entertained In honor
Jof the Princess Kawananakon and
Miss Ada Hhodes. The tnble was
jarranged for eight, among their other
guests being Mr and Mrs M. Phil
lips and Mr. and Mis. Jack llalcn.
The Princess Knwauauukoa looked
stunning In a Paris robo of whlto
hlffon ovi'r white satin, UiIb rnbo
was sequlned with silver and gold
M- ( f - ' .1
over blue Batln, with pearl trim
mings. Mr. Thomas King Jr. enter
tained In honor of Commodore nnd
Mrs. Smith, Captain nnd Mrs, Huz
z.ird of the Sweethenrt, and Mrs. Hor
lon of Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Huzzard
looked extremely well In a light blue
Dlrocttfre satin, tunic effect; the
with touches of gold, Captain and Mrs,
Falls were host nnd hostess at n din
ner arranged for live, tho dinner wns
given .In honor of Cnptnlu Cochran of
tho Thetis, Mr. Fred lwrey mado a
genial host on this occasion, seven
guchts wero Invited, Mr. and Mrs.
Pieilerlck Jewctt Lowrcy acted ns
chaporoncs. Among tho guests weio
years' trip abroad. 'Mr. and MrB.
Charles Atherlon entertained n party
of joung people. Among their guests
ucro Miss Hlce, Miss Ucuton, the
Misses Athcrton, ,Mr. Philip Hlco and
Dr. Scxtuii of Kauai, tho Kroderlek
Watci houses also tnterlalmd, Mr.
nnd It I eliopo tint ther. els fouuiU
lloi Tor this rumor, as t'ley would ba
kronly ciijojcd by tho "fair sex" ln
Kiiigmg to tin snrirt eel.
Tl n engagement of Mls Ada Tree
. , .. .... i.'iiti tfim ....
Ids. Clillllugnnrlli's Ilrldge Pari).
Friday afternoon Mrs. Chailcf
ClillllnRnnfth entertained at brldgo
In honor of tho Princess Knwnna'nu
koa Tl.o pretty homo of tho Chll
lllgwoitlih'on King stiect was taste
fully dc.-orated with cut Cowers,
jewels worn with me cosiume were iMlg(j Jvaflie Kennedy. Miss Helen
diamonds. Mrs. Horlon wore a New n,,,-,),, mkb Muriel Howntt. Mr. Alan
York creation of nmlior sntln, lieav- i,owrcy and Mr. Stanley Kennedy.
Ily embroidered; a string or pearls Among Mr. nnd Sirs. L. Whltehouso
wns wpm. I guests wtro: Mr. and Mrs. Mnrston
Mis.' Smith wore pink chiffon em-1 Campbell, Miss l.ydla McStoekcr and
bclllshed with lace. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mclnerny. Mr. nnd Mrs'. M. V.
Mc.ad also enlertnlned, among their Prosser entertained a party of six,
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. William their guests wero Mr. and Mrs, Ar
noodale. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kim- thur Uerg, Miss Mumford and Mr.
ball. Miss Catherine Goodate and Miss Charles Pond McAvoy, Doctor Tuck
Helen Kimball. Mrs. Mead wore n r Smith of the Navy entertained In
I. K. Thnninsiin entertnlno.) In linnnr lll.O'e- "o Mr. V UUl'lll Illlll'ilSOIl
of Doctor and Mrs. Clifford II. Itleh was aniinvticed at n luncheon this nf-
nnd Miss Alice Iloth. Mr. and Mrs tornonn which whs Rlten at the homo nmj.ionhalil fern nnd palms. I'cititlfiil .
C. K. Coleman's dinner guests wero " " lr"no I'lcus"'" ' "cr noiue ni ,,rIC, W(;ro nwnrica. Aflor tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. Weston nnd Mr, Curz.in Kaainwal. Tho tablo wa3 dccoiated1 ,(Wnrdment of tho prlzca delicious re
Usbornc, Captain nnd Mrs. liw's '" Cii.lda nnd whlto tulle, the pre-. Homenis were tcrved. Among
gilcsts wero nj In number. Mr. nnd "Utlal l!o.i was observed In oory di, MrH, chllllngwortli's lrltnds wero tho
Mrs. Hnencke of llurllngamo. Cal., on- lil" r t:,e u,lor,l,llenl of "l0 tll,'.'"-l Pilncess Kitwnniimikoa, tho Princess1
tertalned In honor of Mr nnd Mrs. The picture or the bride-elect npponr-: Ka'ntilanaole, Miss Maggie Mclnlyre,
Itlehardfcon and the Misses Illchar.l- "'' lhl" ',nB ' 'rnl,H n'ce'nt Is Mrs. Ousslo Schmidt, Mrs. Un Whlto
son of Indianapolis. Ind. Mr. mil f n""111""? l1,",",nB l,-tc'et to? ?" ''. rij, Ferdinand Iloas, Mrs.
Mrs. Ilond were tho guests of Mr. nu,I '"- """'" "" '""'" inrsion Lainpueii. .Mrs. Arthur uav.
Mrs. Montrose Graham. Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman entertained a party of eight.
ul Horolulu. Miss rthodot Is a lvu-
clous brunette, with large brnnli eyes
ntltl rt &f ttfjui'n IiiiIh nhil la am unl
Captain and Mrs T.mbulako ot Fort Cersal .aorite. Sko Is not onVy ex-
uger entertained a party ro four. Mrs. remc h g d ,
111 was tho con.pl mented gucsty at , ,,,, ,, mU ,,
ho dinner given by Mr and Mrs. fomc of tho , ,c.lcllorl , ,.
lrrln lluirston. Mr. Jack Atkins m Btruct llt,r , thllt ,., j8H ,tloJel
wns tho host at a stag dinner. Doc- und MBg i)cit80IIi comi)atly wUll
tor and Mrs. Mitchell, who returned (10 hitttr's father, recently completed
yesterday from their honeymoon en- tr around the wrl.l m... wii.
tertnlned at dinner. Lt. Pardee's par- Uamson Is eiu,iy ns popular In soc
benutlfiil hand made nock or white honor of his slster-ln-laws tho Misses ty Included six, .Major Haines, U S. lul circles us his llance, and Is n prom
silk, encrusted with real lace, Judgo Ileall of Now York City. Mr. and Mrs. A. presided at a stag dinner, Lt. Van- Incnt stock broker In this community
Cooper and his daughter Miss Allco Walter 1'mory, Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles ghan of Fori linger entertained eight The dntn of the wedding has not Leon
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Ideon. Mrs. William P CunnbMI, M
Mrs. Chas. Fnlk, Mrs. Oco. Curtis,
Mrs. Carl Wldeman, Miss Ada ltliodus,
Miss Irene Dixon, Mrs. Walter Mac
rarlanc, Mrs. Itobert Shingle, Mm.
II. C. Murray, Miss Deatrlco Camp
bell, Mr. Albert Taylor and Mrs.
Princess KawAnnnako.i took tho first
pilw.', and tjie . second prlre went 1
Mrs. l"-e, Dame"..
4The weddings that will bo celebrated
in the late summer nio beginning to '
be tl.o subject or discussion. One of
tho most attractive of the coming
month will be that of Mhis Harriet
Sterling of Stockton and I'nslgn lllch- --
mond Kelley Turner. Tho pretty eeie-
mony will lmvo all the pomp of a serv-
l Ico wedding, and will take plant
Wednesday, August 3, ul the homo of
the bride In Stockton. Tno young olll-
cor has Just passed his examination
lor promotion and t-eenred the honor
of lelug third In his class. The con
grululntl'jus for him thoic days am
twofo.d. As soon as tho oxamlnatioiin
were safo'y over thoaweddlug ila,to win
announced. Tho iilquant bride-elect 1 1
being (iilcrt.ilncd at bcvcral paitlej
preceding her wedding She Is not us
wen inown in intai socieiv as nor
dance, who Is a great favoi He In tho , (
na;y sgt He is attached to tho West .
Virginia. Thore will bo a honeymoon ' I
trip after tho wedding, and there Is a
probability that the couple will be at
Mare Island lor mi Indefinite stuy.-S.
Miss Ctiel Mouucrrutt of Honolulu
unlvcd on the transport Shorldan last
week nnd has been visiting relathc3
here prior to her departure for Ibg
Enst, wheie her nrirrluEe lo Lieuten
ant Priwcru of' the Marino Corpj will
lake plaio putt moiilh. LhJutomiiit
Powera Is on duty at tl.o new Marino
School lu Now London, ponn., nnd II f
w,i3 linpo.-.nlhln lor him to tecurt) leuve
to inane tliq long Journey to tho Isl
nnds In cliilfn hln hrliln nn flm wurl-
i din? will ho cclobrnted jit tho homo
or trie.ius The engagement of the
voting officer nnd MI33 Moneorratl,
who Is 0110 of the belles of Hono
lulu society, la tho result of a fleet ro
mance. They met two years ngo
wncn tho fleet visited Honolulu. S. L
Mrn. Draper and Miss Ulsa Drapor,
v ho havo occupied tho Frank Johnson
rosldunro at Marinltu Park, San lln
fuel, for tho past year, havo tnkon a
linusfl In Saiifallto, which they will
occupy on tho return of Mrs. Draper
trom Oregon, whero she Is with her
ron, who Is recovering from a setcro
ntlack of typhoid fovcr. The wedding
or Miss Draper and Midshipman John
Lawrence Kauffman will take place
In Eausallto some tlmo during Soptcm- A'
tor S. F, Call. '
Cupt. nnd Mrs. Chaulker left on tho"
trunsport Loican. I.leni r.i,nu,n .
Just received his promotion and has
neon ordered tu.Port-Townsend, Wnsh.
k '.. $? r k-"