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EVKNINU HUtXirriNi'liriNULUMt, -T. -Ho-SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 131n.
'lft.'l"tfHl1?A '' '
H ONIUY, October third, C.ov,
M J crnor anil Mm. Wnltcr Kicar
I ml I "'lit liold a reception at
I W I "Arcadia" their home on I'll
I f I nnhou Avenue. On necoiint
of tho liest of tlio siinunof
these "At Homes" were dls
continued. Hut during the fall, win
tor nncl Kprlng month, the (Inventor
and hln charming wife will be nt lioin-
on the first Monday of each month. A
la nlwa) tho cae, ntr.inKorn in well
ns resilient are nude most welcome,
and Informal dresn In the rule. Mrtf
J'rcar makes no calls, but has often
cxnrosscd pleamire In tho opportunity
Bhoiiiag-in Hils way of meeting the
maitKpodfdft who pass through llouo
lul'uv,The hours for the reception will
bo'from 4 until .6. Mm. Seldvn Kings
bury of Walluku and Miss Frances
Dent Dillingham of lloston will receive
with Mm. Krear, Mm. on Holt and
Mrs. William I Whitney will pre
side over the tea table. Anions othem
asststtne the host and hostess will bo
.Mr.1 (and Mrs. Brtieut Molt-Smlth, Col
onel Schuyler, 'commandant of tho 5th
Cavalry. Mr. and .Mrs. A. F. Griffiths,
Mr. Ocorse McClclton of Washington
D. C. Doctor and Mrs: Philip K, Fcar,
Mr. hnd Mrs. Harold Dillingham, Mls.
Alice Honil. Miss Muriel Hind and.
Miss Doris Taylor. The Itoyal Hawai
ian band will lie stationed on the ter
race " "
Linen Shower. ,
Miss Lady Turner, gavaj ft Ilnon
shower Wednesday evening! in honor
of 'Miss Mildred Grace, -fiio 7-OunB,
peoplo nrrlved shortly after eight
o'clock, shortly after their arrlral they
nil partlclpateil In a game. Each of
the inline twonln wero civ en h tuuule
of twlno and unravel, tho one who un-l
knotted ami unraveled tho llij-?ail re.
celvcd a prlie which was n filigree
sliver pcrfunio bottle. About ten
o'clock tho hostess nnd her guests ad
journed to tho dining room. Upon
entering this room, explanations of
admiration and delight escaped from
tho lips of tho young people. Tho dec
orations of the table were not only
beautiful but novel. In tho center was
placed a large minor, on this mirror
was placed a miniature automobile,
made entirely of whlto violets, with
(ho rhauffow on tho front scat, steer
ing the auto with tho brido and-groom
seated on tho rear scat. Tlfet TJrldi:,
was dressed In whlto satin, wjfh ITiR.
conventional wedding veil, cjuslrt
with orango blossoms, the grooi'n .vfas
In evening clothes. Gtouped ninuivl
tho ntito were tho brldesmalds,jujU
ushers throwing rlep and old"shocs
Ice has never cooled a beverage so . '..'"
dcliciously: refreshing and healthful .
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in its absolute purity as . "'1
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Fountain Soda Works
This decoration was quilt- apropos, for
the guest of honor Miss Mildred Grace,
will become the bride of Mr. Paul
Oscar Schmidt on the sixth of Octo
ber. The decorations nt tho church
will be pink, greru and white. Wed
nesday evening, the decorations wero
cnrrled out In those colors. Over the
center of tho table wis stupe tided n
canopy composed of pink, green nnd
white snow bells, fioni the canopy
were suspended cunlda with silver nnd
somo with gold wings, vvnviug their
adieus to the departing bride nnd
groom. From this canopy to the four
corners of tho table, wcio drawn
broad satin ribbon, while nt Intervals
weie arranged colored snow balls.
The place cards wore tiny suit eises
carried by winged cuplds. The fnvors
were pink sun sbudos. The dlnln;;
room was beautifully deeorated In plmc
roes nnd tted palms. About tho
middle of (be repast tho "fair brido
to he" was sboweied with b'autlful
linen, which will add greatly to tho
attractiveness of Jier new homo
Among Miss Lady Turner's guests
.wero Miss Mildred Grace, Miss Ger
trude McCorrlston, Miss All'o Hay
mm1. Miss Lucllv Lucns, Miss Molly
Grace. Miss Josephine Pratt. Miss
Llbby Peck, Miss Klslo Sanders, Miss
Kllen Dwlght. Miss IMlth Smith. Mlm
I'va McCorrlston, Miss Klla Murray,
Miss Dove McCorrlston and Miss
Mrs. Ramoeyi Bridge Party.
"VOno of the "wo.it; delightful nff.ilrs of
llij.. week "V.u" trie, bridge tiarty, giv
en by Mrs. Frederick Ilnmsey nt her
homo in NuuniiH Heights. This nf
fnlr was given Friday afternoon In
honor of Mrs. John Hoinborger.
Prizes wero awarded at each table,
the prizes wero handsome bowls of
Satsuma Twaro on teak wboif. stand
ards. Tlie guest prize was a diand-
embroidered pin cushion. Tho' score
canls we.re Japaneso fnvors mounted
on cards and were cxtiemcly, unique,
After tho scores wero counted asil the
prlzen nwnrded, tc.i nnd icficsllnents
were served In the Pergola. Among
.Mrs. Itamsey's gnosis wero Mrs. John
Homberger, Mrs: Hepburn, Mrs. V
McStocker, Mrs, Winters, Miss Mc-Stockcr.-ilrs.
Hay Smith, Mrs. Chap
man, Miss l.din McStocker, Mrs. Ar
thur Mnrlx, Mrs,. FhIIs, Mrs. Wilcox,
..Miss ..Kiiticilnw Stephens, nnd otheis.
Jungo"ntitrJTri.-KiRsiiury were tno
huuoiud guests iit.an Informal ten,
wtjIcJi-.ttAs glM-ii by Major nnd Mr.
Wlnslow nt th'-lr nttiactlvo W.ilklkl
the one effervescent mineral water
combining every essential of per
home, .Momt.iy uftcrnoon. Major nnd
Mrs. Wlnslow nnd their giicxln of hon
or received under tho I tan troe--thln
entertainment was In Ihq nature of n
gniden patty, the refrcshiucnls con
slstlng of Ices, cakes nnd punch vvcioj
served In this picturesque spot.'
Tho women folk. In their fluffy
organdies, picture hats and embroid
ered parasols were n delightful fcn-
tore to the assemblage. Among thnso
present weio Major and Mis. Wlns
low, Judge nnd Mrs. Kingsbury, Doc
tor and Mrs. John Strayer McOrovv.
I'.ivninstcr and Mrs, Ilornbeiger, Dne-1
tor Tulekcr Smith, V. S. N.. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Francis SmUh. Mrs. Fiank Mc
Stocker, Mr. and Mrs. McCaudloss
Judge nnd Mrs. Sidney llallou, Mr.
mid Mrs. Hepburn nml others.
Service D ridge Club.
The Ken Ice Urldge Club was en
tertained Wi'.ti'csdny by Mm. Ward
wife of Lieut- nant Wnrd nt their homo:
at Fort Do lluss. Tho pretty home
of the Wards was attractlxely decorat
ed for the occasion. Mm. ltiimscy,
wlfo of Captain Hntuscy of the V S.
Marino Corps was nwnrded the first
prize, n handsomo Canton .jdato. tho
second prlzo was a basket of beaten
brass nnd was won by Mrs. Putnam
of Fort Do Hussy. Among tho ser
vice women who were cntertuliicd uud
enjoyed the hospitality of this charm
ing hostess were Mi. Aithur Marh,
Mis. Fiedorlck H?mscy, and Mis,
Frank Hobards, IT. S. Marino Corps
.Mrs. Turner of Foit Itusrr. Mrs. Ijiuo
and Mrs. Hornberger of tho U. 3.
Navy. Mrs. Putnam. Mrs. Chapman.
Mis. Falls, Mrs. Winter, Mm. Smith
Mr. anl Mrs. McStocker' Dinner.
Filday evening, Mr. nnd Mis. Frank
McStocker entertained at dinner In
honor of Pnyiuaster and Mrs. Horn
berger of tho Navy. Covers wero. nr
ranged for ten. ami the table Vus
effectively decorate I In pink, .ftcr
dinner tho nssembl 'd company Mi)oy.
od several lubbers of bridge. Among
those piescnt wero Mr. anil Mrs.
Frank McStocker, Pnynrister and J'rs.
Hornberger, Miss Meulock-r. Miss
Kntherluo Stophens, Miss I.ydln Mc
Stocker, l.t. Hlnlr nnd Lt. Paisons.
Mr. and Mrs. Proscer's Dinner.
Thursday evening, Mr. mid Mm. M.
F. ProBser entertained n cotcrlo of
fi lends In honor of Judge nnd Mrs,
Kingsbury of Maul. Covers wero ar
ranged for n half dozen guests, tho
tablo was ciUici'iuly attrnetlvo In Its
gal'i ntilro of red. Tho accessories
i'"li'u . - .- '
of. faots, h.iiidFome c.iudel.ibtn with
dainty iailoLsllk shades, added beau
ty 'in.fhu .:ipiolulnieiils of tho tablo
Mrs. Harold Cllllncham's Mother on
Way to Europe.
On Wrduofda Mis. Fle.inor Hyilo-
Smith left for the i:ast ami Hnrype.
In London sho will meet her sisters,
Mrs. Cniultn Mm tin and Mis. Alex
ander (larceau, who have been nbtoid
ninny months mid me returning to
San Francisco. Mis. llydeSiiilth will
travel lelsinely Inrtiope during tho
winter nnd may rome liniiio'l' way of
tho Orlctrt. If s'o, he will make u
visit nriho home.' In Honolulu, of her
dnughtei. Mrs. Ilarnlil Dllllnghnm
who sailed In the Siberia cm Tuesday
nftcr u ilcllghtful visit In this riiy
wlth her mother and her sister. Mrs.
Mrs. DJIllnghaui who was formerly
Mls!t'MfKUH.de-Smllli, Js ii.gic-il
j.neltl,',fa?oi-ltei ti w-.is .nttcstcil dur
ing her-iecent Nlsll hem and while
nt Del Monto ns u guest of Miss He
Iciio li win.
Officers on West Virginia Popular In
Tho iinco nlio-ird tlio Wel Vligl
nla estcrday was tho Incentive for u
goodly gathering of belles and b nu
from Mnro Island and from this city
ns well. House paitles nt the navy
yard added thcli shaio to tho festivi
ty and several or tho hostess"s will
keep their guests a few days longer.
Paymaster and ,Mrs Kimono Douglas
have their liniuo filled with fil m)s to
day. Miss .Aiyu Pel cm nnd Frank
do Lisle nie among Hie number shar
ing their hospitality.
Miss Klsn Diaper, Miss Frances
Stownit. Miss Hiinb-t Slope. Miss An
na Wellcr wllli Mrs IMgir Polvilto
nml Mis. Charles Conway Hartlgau
weio nmong the guests to dnnco by
the light of the, moon and the niusb
of tho splendid IJ-uiil of the gilly deck
ed ship. S. i;. i:amlii' r.
Review at Le'lehua.
On Filday l.iM, Gov ci nor nml Mrs
Walter Fiear visited Hie Fifth Cav
alry post nt L'llehua. A speiJul le
view was given In honor of tin- Gov
einor and his wife, which wero tlior
oii'ihly cnj'ijed.byttho guels of hou
nor. (!averni)-,snd Mis. Froar mo
tored tl LellehiiH, nreonipuiled b
Miss Frances llent Dllllugh.im of llo
ton, Mass. Tho parly dined wllh Col
Schii.vfcr nnd In the evening the g"
ulal Colonel gi t. t reeepllou In their
honor. This iccoptloii was given nt
tho Colon' Is' tpiaiters, II was un eu
Juyabla uud gul.i uiTiiir. Hie .'Hi Cuv
njry baud pla.vcd- dining the lerep
Captain and Mrs. Chapman's Dinner.
Captain and Mis, Chapman of Foil
Shatter will enteitaln Monday at din
ner in honor of tho l.itt r's futbei-.uud
mother. Geueinl' nnd Mis. MrCaskoy
who hlo visiting them. This fiiiu'llon
will ho given In honor of Mm. McCns-kej'H-blrlhday.
A dozen friends lutvo
been asked to celibralo tho event.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Don's Dinner.
Thiiisday evening, Mr. ami Irs.
Charles llond enlortalned nt dinner
In honor or Mr. uud Mm. A real I of
Denver, Colorado. Coveis wero laid
for ten. the tablo was ixlromely at
tractive III pink carnations mid lace
f ei ns.
Dr. and Mrs. Lane's Dinner.
Dr. and Mis. I.nuu of tho Navy eu
In tallied at u delightful llttlo dinner.
Tuesday evening. Covers woro laid
for hl, the tablo was iiillstlcally dee
oiuted with red em nut Ions. Anion:;
the gnosis woro Captain nnd Mrs.
Low, Mm. P.iuneli'o uud Lt. Parsons
Mrs Hnlglit. wire or Captain Ilulghv
of tho Stli Cnvnlry, will anlvo on the
Maiichuila. Captain and Mm. Halglit
will remain In town for i-ovcrnl dayd,
and will slop nt Hid Moana.
Llejit Kllgoro -of, tjio H. S, Mailpe
Corl'H will eifteiiaiu a liunilr of his
biujlicy odleeirt mid thulr wives jit din
ney ,tiiiiiiif c)oonliis. ,
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