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EVENING DUI.LETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, AUO. fl, lfllo.
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RYCROFT'S, FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
m "am l,1Q .golden shower
LW lilosaom, put pie1 asters,
jg baskets (if nsparugus and
maidenhair font, and -tropical palm,
lent' their grace and rtilnr toward the
decorative 8 'heme of the University
dlniipr-dantc which took place lust
night, at tlio new University Chili
on.Jhp corner of Richards and Hotel
streets.. Purple and cold are the
clubj,colors, to It was decided taat
those" flowt'iH nhoiild bo. Used to dec
orate the Interim of the clubhouse
nni) the dinner table an well. An
cltrctltc frieze of Ridden shower was
. ucfid In the illntog-room. . Troplcul
'fulliigo and palms -were also . nse.il,
white overhead were suspended bun
l.c'js of trailing asparagus vine. anil,
tiinjjjenlialr fern. Thoirlglnal lutnn.
I loll was to open the (Tiihhnuse with
u large ball, hut owing wo mauv
of, the club member "ami their fami
lies' being out of town, this Idea
wa'ntmndniicd, ami iiiilnrnnil.il dill-
uerrdance was substituted.' I..lst
night fully two hundred guests were,
present. Tho popular dinner hour
wan half-past M-ien lletween lAven
u'.lock .und hall past, the drlvewnv
leading to the clubhouse was filled
with automobile- Kaal's native
lulutet club was stationed In tho
large dining room nnd dlsroursed
tweet music during the dinner hours,
later plajlng for the dancing The
preshlout of the club. Judge llillou.
and his charming wife -entertained
nt dlniicr In honor of Mrs. F. H.
Da, whoso 'husfinnd, the lato K. II.
Day, was the second president of tho
club. The llallous' table was decor
ated In purple and gold and maiden,
hair fern. Aiming tho other guests
wero Colonel S:huyler, Miss Irwin
nnd Mr. Schiicffer. Mrs. Ilallou was
chid In n white satin, with im ovor-
dress of white embroidered chiffon.
A large lint of Chanticleer pink com
pleted the costume. Mrs. !'. It. Day
wore nn Imported gqwn of satin. Dr.
null Mrs. James Juilil cntortnlncd In
. Hiin'ilr 'oi. Mr. iniil Mrs. Francis 1)11-
Mugluiui nnd Mr. and Mrs. Oerrlt
Judd. Mrs. James Juiid's gown of
iellt-tl green chiffon cloth over whllo
satin was greatly admired; a largo
-tilack picture hat was worn. Mr.
und Mrs. Jack Call, Mr. mid Mrs.
B. Faxon Illshop, .Mr. and Mrs.
Alonzo (inrtley were among Dr. and
Mis1,' Hobdy's guests. Mrs. Ilobdy
looked extreme')- handsome In black
i rutin (rimmed In cb th of gold, with
,'tourhcs of pink. Dr. Ilodglus and
! Mr. Williamson entertained In honor
J of the Princess Knwauanakon and
Miss Ada Untitles. The table was
arranged tor eight, among their other
gue.ts being Mr and Mis M. Phil
lips ami Mr mid Mrs. Jack Ilalcn
The Princess Kawananakoa looked
stunning In a Paris robo of white.
hirfuu nit'r white satin, this robo
was sequlned with silver and gold
Miss Atla Ilhodes looked unusually entertained Informally. Miss Cooper
pretty In a pale blue peatt do crepo woro n beautiful gown of blue satin
over bluo satin, with pearl trim
mings. Mr. Thomas King Jr. enter
tained In honor of Commodore nnd
Mrs. Smith, Ciptnln nnd Mrs. Huz
zard of the Sweetheart, and Mrs, llor
ton of Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Huzzard
looked extremely well In n light blue
Dlrocttfte satin, tunic effect; the
Jewels worn with the costume were
diamonds. Mrs. Ilorlon wore a New
York creation of ninlior satin, heav
ily embroldored; a suing of pearls
with touches of gold. Captain nnd Mrs,
Falls were host nnd hostess at n din
ner nrrnnged for live, tho dinner was
given .In honor of Captain Cochran of
tho Thetis, Mr. Fred Ixiwrcy inailu a
genial host on (his occasion, seven
guests wero Invited, Mr. nnd Mrs,
ricdeiick Jewott l.owroy acted as
cluipornriKH, Among tho guests weio
Miss Jessie Kennedy, Miss Helen
North, Miss Muriel Howatt, Mr. Alan
l-nwrey nnd Mr. Stanley Kennedy.
Among Mr, nnd Mrs. I.. Whltehouso
I guests nre; Mr. and Mrs. Mnrstnn
Henry Dennett, Mr. nnd Mm, Hem
enway, ,Mls3 Ilcmeuway and Mr Wal
ter Kendayy were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick' Uteoro, Lt. and
Mrs. Ilowon entertained n party of six,
Mr. Dowen woro u)lnk satin- gown
and present, d a plctum of loveliness.
Admiral nnd Mrs. Corwln P. Iteos
had bIx Iii their party, Mrs. Itcea
woro a Paris qpwn nnd looked uu
usually hnndsomo, ' Dcctor and Mrs.
Mooro had as their guests of honor
Mr. und Mrs. Ucnjaniln Marx who
hnvo recently ictmncd from a two
years' trip abroad, Mr. und Mrs.
Charles Atherton entertained u pjrty
of oung people. Among their guests
wero Mies Rice, MIsh Ilcnlon, the
Misses Athciton, Mr. Philip lllco and
Dr. Sexton of Kauai, tho Frederick
WuteiliniiM's also tutortalntil. Mr.
P. 15. Thompson entertained In honor
friends Mr. and Mm. A. M. Nowcll'8 ; rift but It will probably occur In tin
dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. John' fa" ,ir "" "r"1 l'urt "f ll'c wlnt'r
Little. Mr. and Mrs. William Thomp- The iiumeiuus lilenda of the young
son, Mr . Piplln wil Mr. W. O. H!n- licui'le will be G'ad lo know that they
glehurt. Alter dinner tin largo dl!i-,'e decided lo hnc u large homo
m,r i -mm ii-mm rlniir.i nt.,i il.-inelnt wei'dliig. A number of "showers
was Indulged until a lato hour. Card anJ ot"-'r cnUrtalnmcnls uru being
lil.lea w r rl.iK In th- ladle' a:in-c I'lanued lor thU young girl by her
fir tho ciiivcn'eiuo of thoe who pre
iiuuieroiu filendi. Tin following
fened cnUs to dmclng. The keynote e'- ' uiasciiiBi u i.i.iut
cf this tMitertVnn.tnt wa3 Informality w,n: ' m " mJeu, 1 ilucoss Kawan.S
..1.1.1. -,. -.iin.i -,inv,.,i i,. iii- nakoa, Mip. Harold nillard. Mrs. ItoiI-
..t,!.. "n.orn i .,;. i-.ii, nf m.kln t'r.lck Damon, Mrs J. M. lilggs, Mra.
llw. tllnmr dincos forlnlshtly nllnlr.t
Arthur Dalson, Mrs. Waller Macfar-
.....I It I Ehope il.,t ther. els fouu.U-1 "o. Mw. Jamoj Dougherty and Mrs,
.i . ,i.i. - !,.. t.,,i,i i.r. "c iiicn.
ini'l I'JI nun i'iiii 'i i.a v iv; - .-
keenly elijoei by tho "fair sex" be-,
Miming lo Hit snrirl net.
.His. (iillllnpunrtl.'s Ilrldse P.irlj.
Friday afternoon Mrs. Charles
Chllllnr.nofth enicrlalnetl at bridge
In honor of tho Princess Kawananii
knn Tl.o pretty homo of tho Chll
llrgwoithjj'oa King sttcet was taste.
fully ilc.-nrateti with cut rowers,
Tie rngagenient of MUs Ada Tmii
llhoi'e- 'o Mr. lininv Wllllii-nsim
of Doctor and Mrs. Clifford II. IIMi was anuovneed at n luncheon thlt nf-
and Miss Alice Holli. Mr. ami Mra lornonn which was given nl the homoi lni,ienfctt,i fern nnd palms. Ileiutiful
C. E. Coleman's illiiner guests wero nf S"" Inn Dlct.w.i nt ncr Home nij ))rzc, woro nwnrijcj. Afor tho
Mr. and Mrs. Weston nnd Mr. Cun.ui Knalnwal. Tho table was decorated' ,iwnrdment 0f tho prlreB delicious rn-
Usborne, Captain nnd Mrs. low's '" Cupids ami whlto tulle, the prc- riehmpnta wero fened. Among
g.iCBls wero flo In number. Mr. nnd ""l'tlnl W"1 wtlR "hscrxed In every de-,MrK, chllllngorth's Irltnds wero tho
Mrs. llnencke of Ilurllngamo. Cal c.i- "'" of t:ie 'l('lllt,nt f l10 tllll.lol Pilncesi Kawananakoa, tho Princess
tcrtnlned In honor of Mr nnd Mrs. Tho l,lc,,lro r lno urltlo-elcct npponrs Ka'aulmanle. Miss Maggie Mclnlyre.
Ulrharilfcon nnd tho Misses ltlcliar.1- on thla ,''S1- T!l " "'"'""''"""-"'t "" Mrs, Gusslo Eehlnl.lt. Mrs. ln White-
son of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. ! f ''ro tlin-. paRlng Interest for the ,tolll,Pi Mr Fer.llnand lions. Mrs.
' lirndnnnf ItA lirlilr Id tin rf flit, hollau . . rm . .. . M.
Mrs. Ilond were tho guestB of Mr. nn I '-""" -' -""-," "" '","- iaraion tampueii, Mrs. Artnur uav-
Mrs, Monti.iho Orahain. Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman entertained n party of eight.
q! llnrolulu. Miss Ilhodos Is a viva
cious brunette, with !arg brown eyes
and wu y brown l.alr and Is u unl
Mis. Smith woio pink chiffoii em-' Campbell, Miss l.ytlla McStocker and
Mr. Mclnerny. Mr. and Mrs. M. F
Prosser entertained a party of six,
their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Ilerg, Miss Miimford and Mr.
Charles Point McAvoy, IXictor Tuck
er Smith ot the Navy entertained In
Captain nnd Mrs Tlml ulnko of I-ort Vcr!)a, uuir 8t u ,
tiger entertained n party fo four.Mrs. rBmc , , u
I III was tl.o complimented guesty nt 8l0 ,s ,,, ,, lm, ,,,,
bdllshed with lace, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mc.ad also entertained, among their
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. William
noodulc. Mr. ami Mrs. Clifford Kim
hall, Miss Catherine Coodalo and Miss
Helen Kimball. Mrs. Mead wore a
beautiful hand made frock of white honor of his slster-ln-laws tho Misses
silk, encrusted with real lace. Judge Ilcall of New Yoik City. Mr und Mrs. A. presided at a stag dinner, I.t. Van- Inent slock broker In thlj rmnmunitv
Cooper ami his daughter Miss Allco Walter Kmory. Mr. and Mrs. Charles ghan of Fort linger entertained eight The iln'o of tho wedding has not Leon
tho dinner given by Mr. und Mrs,
1-orrlu Thurston. Mr. Jack Atkins m
was tho host at a stag tllnmr. Doe
tor anil Mrs. Mitchell, who returned
yesterday from their honeymoon en-
some of the llne.it teachers to In
struct her in that art. Miss IthoJej
and MIfs Dickson, In company with
the latt.r's father, recently completed
n trip around tho world. Mr. Wil-
Mertnlned nt dinner. I.t Pardee's par- Ihunson Is equally us popular In soo
ty Included six. Mnjor Haines, I' S lal circles as his llnace, and Is a prom-
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Hawaiian Soda Works
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Idnon, Mrs. William C Cnrnlipl,
Mrs. Chns. Fnlk, Mrs. Geo. Curtis,
Mrs. Carl Whitman, Miss Ada Itliodvn,
Miss Ireno Dixon, Mrs. Wnltcr Muc
farlane, Mrs. Itohert Shingle, Mrs.
H. C. Murray, Miss Deatrlco Camp
hell, Mr. Albert Taylor and Mrs.
Princess Kawniianakii.. tool: the first
pile, and tjie.seconl prire went (
Mrs. I'-e.l Dani."!.
Tllo weddings thnt will bo celebrated
in the lato summer are beginning lo
bo tho subject of discussion. Due of
tho most attractive nf the coming
month will be that of Miss Hnrrht
Stoillng of Stockton and Dnslgn Itlcli
mond Kelley Turner. The pretty cor!-
inony will have all the pomp of a sorv-
Mcc wrddlng, and will take plant
Wednesday, August 3, at t.ho home of
the bride In Stockton. Tno young olll
cer tins Just passed his examination
tor promotion nnd i-ecurcd the honor
of being third In his class. The uiu
grutulntioiiiJ for him thoie days am
Iwolold. As soon as tho oxamln.itlonn
were snfo!y over tho.wcddliig ditto win
announced. Thn tilouant hrldu-olect 1 1
I being (iilcrtalncd at several paille.i
piecedlug her wedding She Is not us
well l-iiown In local hoclelv as her
llnncc, who Ih a great favorite In thn
navy set. He Is nl Inched to the Wcbt
Virginia. There will bo a honeymoon
Irlp nfler Iho wetldlng, and there Is a
probability that Cm- couple will bo ut
Mare I.dau.1 lor im ludcllntte stuy. - S.
MIhs i;tjucl Mouucrrnlt ot Honolulu
an Ived on the transport Sheridan In-t
week and hiu beon visiting lelalhci
here prior to her departure for tb i
Kast, whoic hor marriage to Meuteu
aut roncrii ot' the Marine Corpa will
.il-o plao pent month. I.hJutouant
Powers Is on duty at tie new Marine
School In New Ixiiulon, Conn., nnd il
Will Impossible lor hlm to tecure leuve
to make tho long Journry to tho It-lands
lo olalfn his hrlile. nn thn tvi.,1.
I din? will bo cclnbrated ,-it the homo
or mentis Tho engusement of tho
voung olllcer nnd Mlas Monsorratt,
who Is ono of the belles of Hono
lulu boclety, la tho result of a fleet ro
mance. They met two years ago
wnen tho fleet visited Honolulu S, L'
Mrs. Draper und MUs Klsa Draper,
v ho hnvo occupied tho Frank Johnson
rosldence at Mnrlnlta Pork, San Un
met, for tho past year, hnvo takon a
ImuBti In Saupalltn, which they will
occupy on tho iclurn of Mrs. Draper
Iroin Oregon, whero she Is with her
fon, who Is recovering from a soieio
attack of typhoid fovor. Tho wedding
or .Miss Drnper and Midshipman John
Ijiwrenuo Kauffmnn will take plnco
In Enusnllto somo time during Soptein
Lor. S. F. Call.
Cupt. and Mrs. Chaulker left on the
trunsport Logan. Ueut. Chnlker has
Just received his promotion and has
beon oulored to.Port Townsend, Wash.