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Evns'tNo nui.r.nTiN, Honolulu, t. ii.. svturdav. ai'o 20 iiia.
Rl.AH AOMIHAI. ami Mrs (' 1' I
Itccs gave a fun-well dinner!
on Wednesday evening to.
their next-door neighbors),
.Mr nml Mrs Hlclmrd Ivors, j
who art Boon Raving for the
mainland, nml to Commanders WII-'
limns nml Stone, who tire nlieady on" i
with their ships for tlio Orluil liold-
uushower gladdened the table, unit
sparkling vintages rum their Uieer
Among tin' guests were Mr. anil Mrs
Itlclianl Ives, Commanders Wll
Jloinii anil Stone, V 8 N . Hon A A
nud Mm. Wilder, Mr anil MrB. Cleo
C' Totter, Mrs C II Cooper nml Mrs
Nowby. Hrldge anil moonlight lent
their nttractlonH till a late hour
illustrate ut .lu dee nml .Mr, tin I Inn'..
Thu music lci its of Honolulu wol
eomed the opportunity to hear the
"1'erHlaiir Gulden!" which w.is sung
Tuesday livening at the homo of
Judge and Mm llalloir Thin ui
ntrlctly nn Invitational ufTalr, ami one
could cuiiHlder themselves fortunate
to hne been Invited, us onl a hun
dred mid fifty luvltatloiiH Mere Issued,
ami this entertaltiinelit will gp down
"In musical miiials lid one nf the uiuxt
lirllll.int events of the car :
.Mm. llallou opened the "evening
with two grand piano selections,
thu rendition ol which not only
churuied her hearers, hut portraed
to thu fullest extent her ublllt) im a
pianist of true merit.
The. "l'ersl.in Oiirden" was then
Rung In magnificent stjle by Mrs Al
len White, soprano; Mrs Stephen
Norton Hobo, contralto, Arthur F
Wall, tenor, and Geo. A Hrown, bass
These Blngcrs lire all locul musicians,
nud It must be said that their work
In the rendition of this beautiful Cycle
showed that euch and eery one were
masters of their parts. Mrs White,
with her clear, pure soprano, rend
ered her solos In u most ple.iHlng
anil satisfactory manner, handling the
Intricate parts, and extremely close
harmony with wonderful skill. Mrs
Norton Hobo, possessing one of those
deep, rich contralto vrtcereiiiltud
herself In true muslcliinly style, nml
-eang her solos wlthtlm, eMtrfWila"
and ability that has endeared her to
The tenor solos In tie Verskvh; Har
den are simply dllne, and it was for
Mr. Arthur F Wall to Inter pint these
for us,, and this he did In most ej
ilillslto' stylo, his interpretation of the
polo "All! Moon of My DellgntV wm
' trui' to life anil his rendition of It
deeply touched his audience Tlio
bass solos wore rendered by Mr, Oeo.
A Hrown The main solo was "My
self When Young" Mr. Drown Is a
vtry welcome addition to the musical
talent of this city; lie possesses u
deep rich bass und sings with much
feeling. There are many Ingenious
bass effects In this "Cjcle" nnd Mr
Hrown makes the most of them
The quartets were .very nhly sung
nnd showed the result of hard work
on the part of the singers. While
there Is tint wry much ensemble worK
In the Cycle, what there Is was moat
creditably done by tho quartet; their
attuckB were perfect.
No little credit for the success of
the work Is duo to Mrs Sjilnoy Ilal
lou, Um accompanist. The piano score
is very difficult, and culls for the clos
est uttontlon of tho performer Mrs
llallou however was equal to the oc
rasjoin and accompanied In n ery
pleasing and satisfactory milliner.
RVCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
TELEPHONE 270; t
1 "'ttttm , frtirfosjfe
The fashionable audience was held In
rapt attention from the beginning of
the program to the close, and were
most enthusiastic, being uiistlnieil
with their nppluiiMi At the end of
the eiiteitainmeiit Mrs llallou re
relieit the congratulations of her
frluids with her habitual gracious
and charming manner The hostess
held an Informal reception and was
assisted III entertaining her guests by
the following prominent sorlct) women-
Mrs. George Totter, Mrs
Cliurles Hryant Cooper, Mrs M F
'rosier, "Mrs Wlnstow, wife of Major
Wluslow, T S A. and Miss May
Damon I.-iter In tlio evening delic
ious refieshnieiits weie servul, ion
BlstliiR of Ices, inkes and coffee
Among those observed Tuesday own
ing were Admiral and Mrs Corwln 1'
Itees, Mrs George Sherman, Miss
Ijiiii-h Nolt. Mrs James Judd, Mrs.
Gerrlt Judd, Mrs Kiuest Waterhouse,
Mr and Mrs M F. I'rosser, .Mr and
Mrs lib hard I vein, Major mid Mrs.
Wluslow, Mr and Mrs George A
Hrown, Mr. and Mrs. Hoiking, Miss
Horrmann, Mr and Mrs. Gait, Mr and
Mrs Walter Dillingham, Mrs lloede
feld, Mr and Mrs Hepburn, Mr. und
Mrs. McCnndless, Dr. Hedemann, Mr.
Ilrjiro Curtw right, Jr.. Miss Ileal I, Mr
0. Tucker Smith, II. 8. N, Mrs. Now
by. Miss May Damon. I)r and Mrs.
liobd. Dr. and Mrs Moore. l)r Hu
mus, Mrs. Freeman. Mr and Mrs
l''ennImore of San rrnnclsco, Mrs. H
Faxon Hlshop, Mr. and Mrs James
Dougherty. Captain and Mrs. W. W.
Ijw. Mrs I'omerleo, Miss Mae Dam
on, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holmes and
Mr. MiiterluiiiM-'s Ten.
One of the prettiest tens of the
week was given by Mrs. Hmest Wa
terhouse Wednesday afternoon at her
home on Judd street This function
wus given on honor of Mrs. Charles
Wilcox of Kuual and Miss Hlcannr
and Miss Margaret Waterhouso The
Misses Waterhouse, accompanied h)
their mother, will lenui next month
for an extended trip through Europe
This entertainment was in the nature
of aJNirewjdljnnly young people be
ing Included In the list Mrs. Hrnest
Waterhouse and her Riiests of honor
received In tho northeast comer of
the drnwfng room This room lind
been converted' Into a bower by
menus" of roses and smilux. Mrs Kr
nest Waterhouse woro a handsome
lingerie frock over lavender silk with
n corango of lavender orchids; Miss
Hlcannr Wnterliouse was clad In a
becoming frock of pale blue v. olio,
Mrs. Charles Wilcox woto a white
lace costume over white satin; Miss
Margaret Waterhouio was clad In a
dainty white lingerie heavily em
broidered The hours for tea were
from 3 to G. Tlio last hour, from 5 tn
(, yrovtd the most popular. The
pretty homo of the Waterhouses was
tilled, to overflowing witli prett)
young mations and society buds clad
In dainty summer frocks and plttur
et.que huts. Mrs 11 11 Wuterhouse
poured coffee In the .dining room. Mr8.
Waterhouso woro a handsome grey
satin trimmed with ruro old lace Mrs
Halph Forster served ten. Mrs. Purs
ier wore a lavender gown, a large
lint trimmed In luvendtr plumes com
pleting the costume. Tlio tahlp from
which the tea and roffee wcro served
was decorated In whlto Shuatii dulsles
and maidenhair fern. These How era
were used III great profusion through
f m fl" frslirtiMtoit toWWj e ;.
out the dining mom Small tables
were plated on the Iannis There
tables wrre aim decolated , with
Shasta daisies Among the guests
wem Mrs James Judd, Mrs Gerrlt
J111I1I, Helen Kimball, Mrs F T I'
Waterhouse, Mrs lloedefeld, Mrs llil-
4 Ion, Mrs Wectoh, Mrs. Albert Wn-
tei house, Alice Hoth, Helen Ilobsnn,
Mrs Arthur Wilder, Ida Kopke, Miss
Urau. Liuru .Nolt, lllanrhe Super,
Miss Winston, Mrs Hlluibctli Cliurih,
Mrs Kails, Mis Kimball, Mrs Charles
like, Mrs Cooper, Alice Mtfarlane,
Mrs Dillingham, Constant e Iteslarlik,
Miss Adams, Miss Jordan, Misses
Kennedy, Mrs. liureiiLO Judd, Mrs
11 M. Watson, Mis. Kidninu, Mrs
George Waterhouse, Miss Hirharitson,
Margaret Walker, Agnes Walker,
Vera Damon, Mnc Damon, Mrs l I,
Haldwln, Mrs Alfred Castle, Mrs Sam
Hatdwlii, Nellie Alexander, Mrs
Cliurih, Dorothy, llarlwcll, Mrs Al
bert Judd, Mrs. Harold Castle, Mrs.
Wiildron, Mrs. High, Mlsa lx-e, Mrs
m. Mrs. T Cllve Davles, Mrs John
Waterhouse, and others.
.Mr. mid .Mr. Hiii'iikc' Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Murtyn llaetike of
Ilurllngiiiue, California, made 11 de
lightful host and hostess at a dinner
pnrty that they gavfe Saturday eve
ning at the Moana' Hotel. A dozen
covers were laid, mid the table was
massed In American Heuiity rones A
large basket was tilled with these
fragrant (lowers Smaller baskets 1
wcro arranged at each end 'These
baskets were veiled in pink tulle;
long streamers of tulle combined with
smilux trailed over the snowy cloth,
l'romlscuuusly scattered over tlio
table were long-stemmed American
Heauty rot.es. Corsage bouquets of
these Mowers were found tit the places
of each ono of the fair sov The place
curds were also uriMWMtoil with 1
roses. Handsome sliver candelabra
were effectively arranged on the tuble,
giving ndded beauty to the decorative
scheme. After dinner the party pur-1
tlclpated In the hop which was being
given at tlio Moann Hotel tl'iif eve
ning. Among Mr and Mrs .1 Mir'.jn
Huenke's Riiests weie Mr. mid Mrs.
Clifford H. High, Miss Hobeiln Hob
erts of San Joso, Cal , Miss Alice Until,
Miss i:yer or California, Miss I'enrl
Huberts or Son Jose, Miss Dorothy
Hlchurdfon of Indianapolis, ind., Mr.
Frank Thompson, Mr. Irwin, Mr.
Klrkpiitrick, Mr. Schuefer und Mr.
Mrs. .Marlx' llrtdge l'art).
Monday, Mrs. Arthur Murlxgavn a
dellghttul brldgo party. Tho' tablcB
were ananged on the targo lannt of
Captain and Mrs. Miulx' pretty home
l'rlrcs were awarded at each table
Alter the awardment of these piles
delicious reriesmcnts wero served
Among Mrs. Miulx' Riiests weio the
I'rlncess Kalnualole, thu Princess Kn
inauanakoa. Mis Marlx' house Riiest,
Madam Drofus, Miss Ada llhodes,
Mrs. Mary Wlddllleld, Mrs. Hairy
Iwls, Mrs. Gussle Schnilill, Mrs J.
Morton HIrrs, .Mrs. Frederick ltamsijy,
Mrs. John Hornberger of the Navy,
.Missel llnlli'iil) lie's l.unrlieeit.
Miss Daisy (Inii was the gucnt of
honor Friday at a prettily appointed
luncheon which wus given, by the
Misses Hultontynn at their home 011
Thurston Ave. Tho large round
tables weie placed 011 tho lauul over-
.iiiirfrifriti - ni WrrtfrU.,
looking the sen The renter of ene'i
table was oriiamelili d with a largo
cut glass bowl containing delicately
tinted pink blgonlas. These dowers
lomblued with maidenhair ftrn were
Kealteled over thu lalile l'lnco curds
adorned with haml-pnliilul hinds In
dicated till' phues of the guests. Af
ter luncheon 11 iiuiiilur of thu guest
enjn)ed several rubbers of bridge
Among those present were Miss lima
Ihiltuntjlie, Miss Marie HallcMXho,
Miss Daisy Guts, Mrs Haloid Castle,
Mrs i:dwnrd Watson.- Miss Constance
Hestnrlck, Mrs Georgo Clevelund
Howen, Miss Alice Cooper, Miss Agnes
Wlckstruni, Miss Violet Atherton ther
house guest), Miss McKenxle, Miss
Itosle Herbert, Miss Vera Damon und
Miss Cordelia tlllmau
Dinner ill DnglMi ('iiniil.ile.
The Hugllsli Consulate vjuule a pret
ty setting ror the dinner that was giv
en 'Ihiirsday eviiilng by Mr and Mrs.
Kiilph l-'orster. Ten rovers eli
clnled tho oblong table, which was
beautifully decorated In pale pink
carnations nnd maidenhair fern. The
plaro curds were Japantse, and were
extremely unique After dinner a
number of the guests pirtlclpiited In
playing bridge On this on anion Mrs
Forster looked ei handsome in a
toilette of yellow satin, with trimming
in I'erslnn effect Mrs Klchnid Ivers'
eostumo ,vus of pale blue sat In, Mis
M. 1'. I'losscr wine a New oik cie-
utlon of pink i repe meteor embel
lished Willi real luce. Madam Krlque
was clad In black luce, Mrs Arthur
Wllder's gown was of bluo tatln
with a tunic of white lace; Mm i:
Faxon llisliop wore while satin with
lUi overdress of real duchess lace.
Among tlioco who pa Hook of Consul
and Mrs, ItiOph Forster's hospitality
were Judge und Mm Arthur Wilder.
;J1r. and Mrs. M V Prosser, Madam
rrlqun, Mrs. I! I'axoil Hlshop mid
Mr. und Mrs Itlcli.nd (vers.
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Dr. VUW Dinner.
Monday evening Dr Witks of the
I' S. S Albany wns host ut a delight
ful dluuei. Thu decorations weie le.l
larnatlons and maidenhair Tern
Among the Dot lot's Riiests were Ml
mid MrS J Mnrtjn llaenke, the Misses
lleall, M"rss F.llnbetli Chiirrb, Dr.
Hart, Vaynmster Kutr. and CnslRn
.MNms lit alio III r.
Wednesday evening tho Mlsse.n Heall
entettalniil Informally at the Moana
Hotel In honor of several of the
wardroom officers of the Alha'iy. Cov
ers were laid for ten. The decorations
wero In red
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Launch Utile nnd Dinner at
A Jolly little pin tjynolored to Pearl
Harbor Thursday and ciulsed mound
the locks in Admiral ltees' private
I'Uincli On thin occasion Dr. Her
bert was the guest of honor, ns Dr.
0 Tucker Smith of the Navy was
jtlowlng him over the site fori the
new Navy hospltnf. After a pleasant
'ininrli ride most 'of the party vveni
ivvlnuuliig Alter n dip in the btlney
leep the parly adjourned to Jtiml
.Mrs. Itiihiiit Atkinson's jiome, wliero
a delicious dinner wus seived Tho
mlor schiuie foi the dinner wus pink
nd gteeii. Among those present were
Mr. mid Mrs Atkinson, Dr nnd Mrs.
doorgn Herbert, the Misses Heall of
Vow Vork City, Miss ltosle Herbeit,
Mr. Harold Dillingham mid Dr. G
Tucker Smith of the Jvnvy.
Mr. nml .Mr. Itelilfenl'i lllinur.
Mr mid Mrs Hepburn, nee Mc
Cnndless, were tho guests, of honor at
ytn enjoyable dinner that was given
Filday evening by Mr mid Mrs. It It.
Iteldford nt their home In Moan 11 Val
ley. The lolor scheme for the dinner
was pink and grei n. I'lnfc lilsonlns
mid maidenhair fern made an ex
quisite table decoration. Friday was
also Mrs lieldfoid's hlithday NVar
the end of tho repast n large birth
day take covered with pink fiostlng
und ornamented with lighted randies
was placed In front of tho hostess,
much to her suipilse This cake con
tulned u thimble, ling mid money,
mid toiitrlhuteil inut-h to the enter
tainment of the guests when theto
tributes were discovered. Among
those sealed ut the table were Mr.
nml Mrs It II. Iteldford, Mr mid Mrs.
Fiederlck Steele, Mr. nnd Mr Hep
burn. Miss Agues Wltkstriiui mid Mr
.Miss llhtiitiV Curd I'nrl).
Miss Ada llhodes entertained nt
cards Tuesday afternoon In honor .of
inn iTiiucss jxiiwiiiiaouiiua. jm.
three prizes wero won by Mrs. Ar
thur Marlx, Mrs. J. Moiton Hlggs ami j
Mrs. Ilnrtiltl lllnani. 1 tieso prizes
were beautifully liand-mado linndkcr-,
chiefs dnlntllyeiiibroldereil. Ainoiig
tho guests who paltook of Miss
llhodes' hospitality were the Princess
Kuwmiannkoa.itlie I'rlncess Kalaula-
ole, Mrs Arthur Marlx, Mrs. Fred
erick Dnmoti, Mis. Aitliur Davidson,
trs. Charles Chllllngvvorth, Mrs
'nines Doughertj.MIss Ireno Dixon,
vlrs. Gussle Schinlilt, Mrs C II Wood,
Mrs. Harold GHTiild, Mils Alke Mac-
larlane, Mrs. .1. .Morton Hlggs, mid
Major Hurt's Dinner.
Major Hart of the V. S Army was
'he liti't ut an enjojable dinner
.vhlch was given Saturday evening
at the Moana Hotel. Seal let exorl.13
wero iireil to decorate the circular
able .These (lowers are inre mid
lemitlful, and niadu nn effettlvo dec
oration. Japanese place cauls mark
id the places for the guests. After
dinner the host mid' Jils guests par
ticipated In the hop which was given
that evenfng nt the Moana Hotel.
inong the Mujur's guests were Cap
tain and Mrs. Koesler, 1'. S A.; Mrs.
Kiitherlne M. Yules of Chicago, III.;
Mrs. Samuel Clement, .twlfu' of Ueut.
Clement of tho V S. Navy; Mrs Dou
gan und Mr. C. M. Faulkner of llaltl
Mrs. Herman l'ticke's l.unclieiin.
Mrs. Hermon Focko entertained In
loruiully at luncheon Friday In honor
of Mrs Nowly of Pamilenn, Cal. Iji
France roses wero used us a tuble dec
oration, the decorative Bchenio being
In plulc and gicen Tlio hand-painted
place cards were tied with a delicate
shade ol pink sutlu ribbon. All of the
guesls ute enthusiastic liildgers, and
after luncheon this game was indulg
ed Among Mrs. Focko's Riiests weio
J Mrs. Newlv. Mrs. 11 Faxon Hlshop.
Mis. Charles llrjant Cooper, Mrs.
Klebahu, Mis. tveis, und others.
.Mr. unit .Mr. I'nissoi-N Dinner.
Mr and Mis M Fi Prosper etiter
tiilned Widnesday evening ut dinner
in honor of Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Itlcu
of Kauai. This dinner was given ut
tho pietty and cosey homo of tho
.-irfj4uii.j. m. .
Prossers on Hurkfelil street. The
1 omul tuble was decorated with lav
ender alters and smlliix. Sliver enn
dejabra containing candles shaded
Willi lavender Bilk shinies ndnined tho
table. The place cards also carried
out tho color Bcheme of luvender. Af
ter dinner coffee and llquers were
served In the drawing room. Those
present nt the dinner wore Mrs, M. F
Prossei', Mr anil Mis. Arthur Hlce,
Mrs W. T l,ucns, who Is 11 house
guest or tho Pressors, and Dr Sex
Col. Parker Entertains.
Col. Paiker entertained Sunday nl
the Peninsula Willi a delightful lunch
eon, quite 11 ft!W guests went down
by the Kulmnaiiil II nnd latter onJo
ed n dip In the ponds nt Fords Island
then cniuo back foi luncheon at Col
Parkers. His guesls were Prlnco and
Piineess Knlnnlnuaole, Princess Kn
vvniimiaknn, Mr, and Mrs Carl Wide
liiniin, Mrs. Gussle Schmidt. Mndetnoi
sello Dreyfus, Mr. and Mis. dipt. Mu
ilx, Mr. nnd Mrs. Morton Hlggs. Mr
and Mrs. Chas. Chllllngvvorlh. Mrs C
O. H"iger, Mr. and Mrs. Drevfus, Mlsr
Alleo Murrnrltiiiu. Miss l.,tdy M.ncfm
line. Miss Ada Hhodes. Miss Iron
Dixon, Miss M.uy l.nvv, M'sh Ma-!!
Mclnlie, Mr. Fr.vik Tho-epso-i, Air
Dick Wylght, Mr. W. Williamson, Mr
lliur Simpson, Mr. Henry Hoth, Mr
Hubert Shingle. Mr. W. Campbell.
Dar.ce at the McDonald
Monday evening a pretty danco was
glvc'i nt the McDonald in honor of
Miss Hiirnlinvv nnd Mj. Oldham. This
happy young coiiplo'wlll be mnrrled
next Sal 111 dav nt Lnhalna. Maul. Tho
dance wus given by a number of their
Maids who nro residing at tho Mc
Donald. This pretty private hotel wan
elnboriitc ly decorated vvtlli American
Heauty roses nud lotted palms. A
Hnwnllfiu Quintet Club furiilslied the
music and ihrnclng was partlripated In
until a Into hour.
Mr. mid .Mrs. .St-oll's Siiiirr.
Mr. und Mrs. Hnntiey Scott enfer
talned nt supper Tuesday evening.
This entertainment wus of an Informal '
nature. The decorations 011 the sup-i
per table, nnd thliiiighnut thu house,
were of roses. Among those present
were Mi. and Mrs Hiuiney Scott, Mr
nnd Mrs. Jack Gait, Judge und Mrs.
Aith-r Wilder, Mr. mil Mis. lluiold
Castle, the Misses White, Dr. Davis
and Mr. Henry Castle.
Mrs. W(it1imim'h Dinner.
Mrs. Wntcrhouto entertained on
Thursday evening at her homo on
Judd Btrcet. Covers weio laid for
hlx, nnd .the color scheme for tho din
ner wus white and gleen. Among
Mrs Walerhouso's guests were Mr.
iihil Mis, Weston, Mrs. Clarissa Hoedo
leld. Dr. lledeiuanu mid Mr David
Albany eulcrlnliied nt luncheon
Tuesday on boaid thai cruiser. The
luncheon was seived III the wardroom.
Tho long table was decorated with
purple, violets and maidenhair fern,
nnd tho place cards wcro embossed
In gold, with the ship's name, "IT. S.
S. Albany," In tho comer. Auioiir
Ueut. Ilrooks' Riiests wero Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. Murtyn llaenke. Miss Heall of
New York, Mlsn Hlcliardson of In
ill.inapolls, Mrs. Hllrabeth Church,
Miss U llenll, Dr. Wicks, Dr. Hurt
Paymaster Kut., Knfclgn Owens, En
slgn II. A. Jones, Knsign Macgulre,
Fpslgu Pearsley, and others.
Miss Helena Irwin was ono of n
party which came up fiu'm Santa
Ilarb.ua last Monday In Miss Juiiute
Ciocker's pilvatn car, but film niado
ilidy a brief stay In town, returning
jeslerday to Join Mis. Irwin nt the
Poller, where they will remain until
September. On Tuesday, Miss Irwin,
Miss Mart'm Calhoun, Mrs, Harold
Dillingham mid Mrs. Dubinin Wood
liinthed together at the St. Frunrls.
S. F. Chronicle.
Dr. Wicks of the U. S. Navy was
a passungcr on tho U. S. S. Albany.
Dr. Wleks is on route to China, vvhere
ho will bo stutioned on the Asiatic
Station. He Is exliemely popular In
society- circles ol Honolulu, having
visited this port a number or timet).
On ills Inst trip heie hu was stationed
on tho V. S. S Cincinnati, which was
here for nearly a month. It is to be
regretted tllut the cmlser Albany
made such a short stay In Honolulu,
For the past 'week Dr. Wicks ha.i been
the motlffor numerous .social funf
, Knsign llerljert Jones p-issul
tilling 1 Honolulu on the (I. S S Al
lium Kvvt during his brief stay in
Honolulu .this oiiiig ollker made a
jiost or Irlcllds. This Is hot strnnte
for EiisIkji Jones hi popular wherever
he goes. During his atteiidmice ut tho
Naval Academy he was a gieat fav
orite Mr". Jones Is a powerful 11th
leto mid Was one of the best football
players-that Annapolis had, plajlng
hair-back for three years.
The Fred WiiterhoiiBCS will sail for
Europe the 2Sth of this month, on the
steamer Siberia. Mr Waterhouse Is
to look Into the rubber Industry In
India nnd will be gout) for over 11
cnr. Miss Nina Adams will sail ror
India some time In the lulu fall with
the Wuterhouse children mid will ar
rive In India In time for Chrlstma.i.
During their absence the Heiijaiulii
.Marx will occupy tlielr home on
Mr and Mrs. Irefus from !.os An-g.-lcs
weio guesls of Mr. nud Mrs.
Charles Chllllngvvorth Thursday mot
oring to Wuhlavva to see the plueapplu
plantations und the cannery which
was most Interesting mid partook of
luncheon in the valley.
Mrs Andiew Fuller has tho sym
pathy of the whole community In
her present bereavement. Her huv
bind Captain Fuller died today.
Captain Fuller was beloved by all who
knew- him and his loss Is roll In this
Dr. and Mrs. Harry M Alderstiu or
San Francisco, who have been making
their annual summer visit-of several
weeks ut the homo of' Mrs. Aldersou's
aunt, Mrs. Allen, on llerelmila ave
nue, left on the Wllhelmlua Wednes
day for their home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Klanip,
with their little daughter, are sojourn
ing ut the Hotel Stewart in San Fran
cisco, Cal. Mr. mid Mrs. Kliimp will
leave tho llrst of September Tor Uiko
.Mr. Merlo Johnson, will return In
September on (ho Sierra, with a beau
tiful bride. Mr, Johnson will we.l
Miss Williamson, who visited Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. II. Williams tills summer nml
met her fate, here,
Lieutenant Uiooks of tho U. S. S.
Captain mid Mrs. Waleutt of thn
nth Cavalry ure In town Thursday
nud lunched nt the ,Moana Hotel, The
Captain and his charming wife had
Irlends on the Mongolia.
Mrs." Herman It. Hertet and ilnugli
ter, Miss Anita Hertel of Pasadena,
who have spent the past two weeks In
Honolulu, staying nt tho Jieasanlon,
left on the. Wllhelinlnu Wednesday.
Mrs. Alexander Lindsay, Jr., nnd
daughter, Hetty, or Malum Valley,
left Wednesday fur a visit to friends
on tho Coast. Judgo Lindsay will
stay at the University Club during
Charles It. Frailer was among tho
passengers going up to the Coast oil
the Wllhclinliia. Mrs, Frazler will
Join blui next month mid they will
enjoy an extended Kasteru trip.
Dr. Kmest Waterhouso Is for I tin
present In Umilon, studying. Heforo
returning to America the Doctor will
spend several months traveling on
the Kuropcaii continent.
Mrs. Cora Freeman of Iis Angeles
left Wednesday after a two weeks'
delightful stay In Honolulu.
A. Henry Afong, a capitalist of Ho
nolulu, Joined the Island colony at thu
Stnwurt yesterday Cull.
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