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II and Mrs J. A. McCandless'
brilliant reception given at
their palatial home, In Nuu
nnu Avenue, Thursday even
ing. Is tho topic for convor-
I sntlon among those who
were fortunate to be lnIted. Tills
I function was planned with a careful
nicety as to detail, eery convenience,1
i and comfort for the guests having Clarence Cooke wore an Imported
j neon provided with lavish goneroslt gown, which was extremely becoming
(This entertainment was given In hon-'to her brunette tpe of boautj ; Mrs
or of Mr. and Mrs Harry Marlln Hep- Alonzo Gnrtlev wore white laco oer
J burn, the latter Is the only daughter Pink satin; Mrs. John Stravor Me
et the house. Shu was married in.Orew- looked regal In satin, a superb
J New York to Mr. Hepburn who Is a' necklace and brooch of diamonds were
json of Congressman and Mrs. llep'jworn with this creation; Mrs Put
I burn of Washington, D. 0. Tho meet nam of Kauai, wore a beautiful frock
tne of this voune couDle.wajt oulte ro- of white lace with garnitures of palo
i mantle, Mr. Hepburn was formerly a blue; Mrs. Edward 1. Spalding was.
'Lieutenant In the United States Uev-jmuch admired In amber satin; Mrs'
jenuo Cutter service. Since meeting his K. It. Ileldford wore n stunning gown
Irate, he deBlred a more domestic llfe,of white peau do crepe heavily om-(
as a Naval omcerhairto forego many brolderod; Miss Irma l)allentno look-
-times tho pleasure of a homo; his de- ed girlish nnd pretty In corn colored,
clsion to resign from the service, was satin; Mrs. Marston Campbell's gonnl
'approved by his fiancee He now oc-'of real lace was much admired; Mrs
cuples a responsible position as Man-' Harry Wilder who Is an extremely.
ager of tho Hawaiian Electric Com-
pany In this city. A picture appears
of Mrs Hepburn, on tho society page
of this paper. She Is a tall, regal
blonde, highly accomplished, and Is
noted for her charm of manner and
lack of affectation, her numerous
friends were overJocd, wt)en the
Hepburns decided to make Honolulu
their permanent home. Thursday
evening society was there In gala at
tire, the brbad avenue leading to this
beautiful home wns crowded with au
tomobiles, from eight to ten, which
were the hours of tho reception, there
"wan a constant stream of society folk,
who came to pay their respects and
extend a welcome' to tho young cou
ple. The large east veranda was fill
ed with gigantic palniB, swinging
hanging baskets containing maiden
Jiolr ferns were swung ovorhead the
steps leading to this beautiful lanal,
which by tho way was used as the
main entrance, was banked with sml
lax and largo double pink hibiscus.
A, ,Ilawalan orchestra was concealed
behind a Bcreen of greenry and dis
pensed Hawaiian music, du'lng the
Mr. and Mrs. McCandless and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Marlln Hepburn re
ceived In thp drawing room midst a
1 bower of green. The floral setting
I was exquisite, an array of beautiful
j potted palms and plants formed a back
I ground for the receiving party, with
1 tho addition of waving banana plants,
j which lent a tropical setting. The
. McCandless home is Ideal for enter-
talnment, the largo double drawing
rooms, dining ,room and library, can
be thrown Into one large room rooms
are so spacious that a largo assem
blage of guests can bo entertained,
without any discomfort. Large Jardln
teres containing American Beauty
roses were placed on inlaid tables cab
inets and tabourets. Tall vases con'
talnlng thesa long stemmed flowers,
wero placed promiscuously and advAn
tageously through the rooms. Numer
ons, coxy corners wero arranged for
the convenience of the joung people,
The large bow window was curtain
ed with strands of smllax, caught here
nmL there with roses, producing a
mdeh desired effect as tho large tropl-
j long French windows opening on to
(he nor(h veranda. Mrs. McCandless
j was attired In a beautiful Imported
j gown of whlto satin, with nn over
j dre'ss of black chantlly lace, diamonds
' wore worn with this costume. Mrs.
Hepburn was a picture In white chlf-
ron satin, heavily embroidered In n
conventional design, touches of real
laco were used In the upper adorn
ment of this beautiful gown. Sho car
ried a large bouquet' of American
Beauty roses which by tho way Is
this , young matrons favorite flower.
elaborate refreshments were served
I durjng the ovenlng by dainty Japanese
maids, In silk klmonas and bright qol
I ored obis. A cooling punch was seri
ed In tho dining room which room was
I elaborated decoratod In scarlet exorlas
and tropical verdure. Among this
brilliant assemblage many beautiful
gowns were observed, Mrs. Walter
j Frear, wife of the Governor of ths
I Territory, was clad In a lace robe over
white satin, with garnitures of silver,
Mrs, Frederick Ramsey, wlfo of Cap
tain Ttamsey of the U. S. Marine
Corps, looked stunning In an apricot
satin, cut In the latest mode, with
touches of gold, this was one of the
most beautiful gowns seen on this oc
casion. Mrs. Lawrence Judd was clad
' IrTwhlto satin, with gold ornaments;
Miss , vera Damon was a plcturo in
deep shade, the tunic was embroider
ed In silver! Mrs. Low'a, wife of Cap
tain Low of the Marino Corps, gown
was of black spangled net; Mrs.
G forgo Cleveland Bowens tolllelte
fwas of pink satin trimmed with cloth
"of gold, the over dress was tilmmed
with gold, till sown wns extremely
becoming and Mrs. Bowen presented
n picture of liveliness; Mrs, Charles
Atherton was clad In bluo satin; Mrs
Chrales Rrnnt Cooper looked regal
In a I'arls gown of real lace over pale
cllow sntln; Miss Alice Cooper look
ed extremely well In n blue satin, tho
corsage was fumed with gold; Mrs
beautiful woman looKeu cnarming in
palo pink, with a tunic hoavll) cm-j
broldered: many other beautiful
frocks were worn at this event. I
Following Is the list of Invited
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Atherton, Mr.
and Mrs 1 C. Atherton, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Adams, Mr. nnd Mrs. D.
Austin, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ashford,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A, C. Alexander, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Along, Mr. A. L. C.
Atkinson, Miss Armstrong, Miss May
Alexander, Miss Agn4 Alexander,
Miss Nina AdamB, Miss Angus, Mrs.
H. M. Allen, Miss Antho, MUs llen
ner, Spencer nowen, Judge nnd Mrs.
Dallou, Dr. and Mrs. Baldwin, Mr.
and Mrs. S A. Baldwin, Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. O. Hallentyne, M(. and Mrsj
Frank Blake, Mr. and Mrs. A. Berg,
Mr. and Mrs. It. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. K. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Bush, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Babbitt,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bond, Mr. nnd Mrs.
n. Benner, Mr. and Mrs. S. lllckerton,
Lleutennnt nnd Mrs. Bovven, Lieu
tenant G, S. Bussell, Mrs. Boedefolt,
Mr. and Mrs. J. I Cooko, Mr. and
Mrs. A. r. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs-
Montague Cooke, Mr. and Mrs C. H.
Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. nichard Cooke,
Mm. Phnrlos Cooke. Miss Alice
Cooke, Miss Margaret Cooke, Mr.l
and Mrs. Harold Castle, Mr, and
Mrs. A. L. Castle, Mr. and Mrs; M.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Camp
bell, Judge and Mrs. Cooper, Mr.'
and Mrs. Cotton, Miss Catton, ex-.
Governor Cleghorn, Mrs. Cooper,
Captain and Mrs. Chapman, Miss L.
Cnmpbell, Miss Alice Cooper, Miss
Susan Clark, Bert Clark, Miss Mar
garet Clark, sir. Airrea cooper, Mr.
Albert Clark, Mr. Bruce Cartwrlght,
Mr. liruce uariwrigm jr., Mrs.
Church, Miss Chaffer, Judge and
Mrs. Dole, Mr. nnd Mrs. J, Dole,
. and" Mrs. Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kennedy, Judge nnd Mrs. Llnd
tM. Damon, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. saj,Mr. nnd Mis. C. Livingston, Mr.
8. ,M. Damon, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Damon, Mr. and Mrs. FredDamon,
Mrs. Gertrude Damon, Miss May
Damon, Miss Vera Damon, Mr. and
Mrs. W. li Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Dougherty, ur. uoroy, Mr, anu airs.
Frank Dodge, Miss Dodge, Mrs. F.
It. Day, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dll-
llngham, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dll-
llngham, Miss Dillingham, General
and Mrs. Davis, Hev. and Mrs. liber-
sole, Mr. and Mrs. Emory, Captain
and Mrs. Estes, Mr. Edwards, Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Frear, Dr. nnd "Mrs
Frear, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forster, Alice Mncfarlane, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Madame Frlque, Rev. and Mrs Mott Smith, ,Mr and Mrs. A Mack
Felmy. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleming, Intosh. Miss Muther, Mr and MrB.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Farrlngton, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Frcltas, MIbs Foster,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Gartley, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Gait, Dr. and Mrs. Gross-
man. Mr. and Mrr II, Qlffard, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Glgnnux, Mr. nnd
Mrs. y. W. Ooodale, President and
Mra. arJfflths, Mr, Und Mrs. Qnlld,
Judge Hartvvell, Miss Hartwell, Miss
Dorothy Hartwell, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Hedeman, Dr. Hcdeman, Dr. and
Mrs. Hobdy. Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoffmann,
Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock, Mr. nnd
Mrs. G. Horn, Mrs. George Hosmer,
Mr, R. S. Hosmer, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Haneberg, Dr. nnd Mrs High, Mr
und Mrs. Frank HuUtead, Mr. ond
Mrs, Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo It, Rcldford, Mr nnd Mrs, W. Ram
Herxer, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Hall, Mr. Bay. Mr nnd Mrs J, Rlggs, Dr. Ra
and MrB. J. P. Howett, Mr, and mils, Mr nnd Mrs, n A II. Ros,
Mrs. II. E. HendrickB, Miss Hnne-
ghn. Miss Hartwell, Miss Hobron,
Miss Irwin, Dr, nnd Mrs Judd, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Judd, Mr and Mrs
I.nron Judd. Miss Acnes Judd. Mr.
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J. W. Jones, Mr. nnd Mrs. E W.
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vTordan, Captain und Mis Johnston,
Mf. niii Mrs. 11. Johutou, 'Mr, and,
Mrs. M, Johnson Lieutenant KII-
gore, Mr and Mrs T King, Mr nnu
Mrs Kopke, Miss Kopke, Mr Kirk-
land, Mr. and Mrsv J, Av Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs, II. L. Kerr, Mr. nnd
HONOR GUEST QE WEEK
AND A SOCIAL FAVORITE
KBSBShUb Mi K IsUHKwli
KKr1' vt ffci ' foy ,'JWsmsBEsKiMKsC BIH
ISSSMgJjtyrif jhBpL rUTFlflSHflBBullUBl
MUS. HililtV MVIIMN Hl.l'liril.N
III whose hniior n ricepllon vtih given Thumb) evening.
Mra. cilflon Kimball, Mrs. Kimball,
MM , Klinua,, Mr, Waer
Kelly, MIS3 Kate Kelly, Mnor and
and Mrs. S. Livingston, Mr. and
Mrs, W. Love, Captain and Mrs
Low, Mr. and Mrs. Lansing, Mr, and
Mrs? F. 'J. Lowre'y. Mr. .Frederick
i.owrey, Mr, snorvvoou i.owrey, Mr,
A. Loftus, Mr. O, Lansing, Mr, N.
Lansing, Dr. and Mrs. McGrew, Dr.
and Mrs.. Moore, Captain and Mrs.
Marix, Mr. and MrB Mutlnt) re, Mr.
and Mli) Murks, I)f, nnd Mrs. Mur.
ray, Mr. nnd Mrs, J MtLeun, Mr,
and Mrs. F. W. Macfnrlnne, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Mncfarlane Jr., Miss
McStocker, Miss M-Stocker, MIbs
Lydlu McStockor, Miss McWnyno,
Mr. and Mrs McQrntli, Miss Moore,
Miss iJldntyrn, Miss Nowcome, Mr,
Newcomp, Mrs. Nowby, Mr. and
Mrs Oat Mr 'uifrt Mrif. M l'lillllps,
Mr. nnd MH. Z 'II, Pnrls, Miss Popo,
Miss l'nty, Mr. und Mis. Prossor,
Mr. Pfotcnhaiior, Miss, Peacock
Major Jind Mis. Pot(ei', Mr. and
Mrs, I Potter, Mih Pearson, Mis
palmer, Iltshnu and Mrs, Rcstarlck,
MUs Restitick, Mr. nnd Mrs. Qcorge
Ronton, Mr, nnd Mrs. George Hen
ton Jr , Mr, nnd Mis. B. II. Hose.
Captain' nnd Mrs. Uiinsey, Mr. and
Mrs W Rnwllns, Mr nnd Mrs. II.
Mr und Mih. George llodlek, Mr M
p. RohliiMin, Mr, Willie Roth, MlBS,kptM ,.- ,th ,,,,..,( imrnlo vlo
Alice Roth, Admiral and Mrs. RecB,
President nnd Mrs smith, i'r. with broad satin ribbon, which help -
Smith. Lleutennnt und Mrs. Bmlll.L.i . .i, i,. i,.,
. ...i m,. n n a . t, .
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Mrs, Frank Scott, Mr. M M Scott,
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Mr nnd Mrs Scoyllle, Mr nnd Mis
E fi (Ruttoh, Ir.tupd Mis 0 E
Schaefitr, Mr nifd Mrs V' A
scluefer. Mr, ami Mrs. u. I Hpal
ding, Miss Scharot, Miss Kntherlno
Stephens, Mr, nndJrs. R. W. Shln -
gle, Mi. nnd Mis. F, Steoro, Capttiln
nnd Mrs. SluTon), Mr,, mid Mrs. L.
. Thurstiiu, Mr. und MrB, K
Towse, Mr nnd Mrs. Tcniiey, Mr.
und Mis . Thiiiui, Mr John Tem
lileton, Mr William Temiileton, Mr.
Trent, Mrs He. en Tletfeiis, Miss
Tucker, Itev. und Mrs. Ushorne, I)r
and Mis. Wood, Mr, und Mrs. p S.
Weight, Or and Mis Watorhouse,
Mr. and Mrs. John Wnterhouse. Mr.
I und Mrs (1. S Wnterhouse, Mr. Ar
thur Wall, Mr and Mrs. W; Wall.
Mr. and Mrs T Wall, Captain Win
ter Dr Wall, Mr. nnd Mrs J. M.
Whltiici, Sir nnd Mrs. W. L. Whit
no, Mr nnd Mrs. li M, Wntson,
Major nnd MrB Wlnalow, Cuptuln
and Mrs. Wllher, Mr, nnd Mrs. II.
Wlchmnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Wake
Hold, Rev, and Mrs, Wndman, Mr.
nnd Mrs A. Wntqrhnuio, Mr. nnd
Mrs J. Wnsscn, Mr. nnd Mrs E, O.
Whlto, Mr. nnd Mrs. If. Webster,
Mr, and Mrs1. Charles Wlliler, Mr,
and Mis Ilnrry Wilder, Mrs, W. C,
Wilder, Mrs Gertrndo AVIIder, Judge
and Mrs. Wenver, Miss Ellon Wea
er, Mr, nnd Mrs," John Wnldrou,
Miss Wliino, Miss Jnno Wlnno, Mrs
Marv Wlddlfiold. Mr. William Wil
liamson, Mr Gilford Whitney.
.Mrs. Hies' LihkIhoii.
Mrs Corn lit P. Roes entertained In
honor of tho Service women Friday
afternoon This function was one of
tho most beautiful evor glvon In Ho
nolulu 'sixteen, covoi R encircled the
largo tnblo, which wan decorated In
pink nnd lavender. A tall brass vusu
filled with double pink olounders
inriiiea mo criucr piece m earn
corner of the tnblo was fancy bus-
)PtS tho handles of which wero tied
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i jiiurv iiuw iiiiiuti iiu i(v.u Liuua
were in monogram, und all tho fn-
UV , iiiuiiubimii, tiiiu an um i-
vors and bonbons woro In pink and
gren Ateriunchcon Mrs Ivv sang
soverul Bolo, which wero nppreel-
nd'il by her hostess nnd guek(H
Among those who enjoyed Mrs, uecs'
j luispltnllty vveio Mra. Umg, Mis. Low,
Mia. Arthur Muilx, Mis ,Fruiik" Ho-
' ll Ifild Vlfu IjV.t.t.tfl, 1 lftllllu.. ld
Smith (tho mother of Dr. SmUli of tho
!Nnvy)i Mrs. Parmelec, Mrs. Ste'vens
(wife of the pnymnster of the Navy),
IMrs Honslon, Mrs. Iine, Mrs. Hart
ley, Mrs. Willis, Mrs. I.owroy and.Mrs.
lloyvStnlth. ' ,
lluffrt Iiiiuclicoii and .Hunlrnle nt dub-
erimtvrliil Muimlun. ,'', ' ''
Mrs. Walter Francis Dllllnehnm.
whoso plcttlie nppejrs on'llio society
pugo of this Issue, was the honored
guest at a buffet luncheon nnd mu-
Blciilc Tuesday. This function was
given by Mrs Fiear, wlfo of Governor
1 rtur, at their beautiful home, "Ar
cadia," which Is situated on Punnhou
Ave. Tho thirty guests were Invited
for half-after twelve. On their arrival
un enjoyable musical program, con
sisting of piano, vocal and violin so
los, trios und duets, wni rendered
This was a well arranged program,
consisting of nineteen numbers, nnd
wus enthusiastically enjoyed by the
guests After this musical treat HtnalJ
tables were placed In the drawing
and dining rooms nnd luncheon wus
Berved. Tho former room wns lavish
ly decorated with rare varieties of
hibiscus blossoms Bhadlng from u del
lento sajmon pink to deeper tones of
pink. Tim choicest varieties of these
(lowers were from Admiral nnd Mrs.
Corwln P, Reea gardens on Kulnkaua
Ave. The small tables at which tho
guests were seated and tho dining
room were ulso ornamented In pink
combined with smllax nnd tropical
.Slipper Dunce nt Mnlko.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jewott Low
rey will entertain this evening nt
their country home, "Nlnlko," In hon
or of their son, Mr. Shorwood I-owreyT
nnd his (lance, Miss Ida Kopke. About
forty young people hnve been Invited.
This entertainment was to have been
nn out-of-door affair, the nrrunge
menti for serving the supper under
the beautiful koa trees surrounding
this attractive home hnd been made,
but owing to the Inclemency or tho
weather this function will be an in
door affair. Tho guests of honor en
gagement wns announced Beveral
weeks ago. This popular young
couple havebeen the Incentive for
numerous social functions.
Mrs. Alfred Cnslli's Luncheon.
Miss Catherine Goodalo was the
complimented guest nt n luncheon
Wednesday at which Mrs. Alfred Cas
tle presided as hostess. This affair
was given at the beautiful Colonial
home of the Castles In Nuuanu Val
ley Covers were arranged for ten.
The table wns exquisitely decorated
In rare clirysanthemums shading from
a dcllcute shade of pink to n deeper
sliiide. The place cards were ex
qulslto pciinnd Ink sketches nnd add
ed to the attractiveness of the tuble.
Among Mrs. Alfred Castle's guests
were Miss Catherine Ooodale, Mrs.
Putimin (wife of Dr. Putnum of
Knuul), Mrs. Lawrence Judd, Mrs.
Rlchnrd Cooke, Miss Ida Kopke,
Miss Juliet Hartwell, and othors.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cllve Duties' Teniiln Ten
Mr. and Mrs. Cllvo Davlos will.on-
tertnln n coterie of their friends nt
tennis this nftornoon from 3 to 6.
Some splendid matches have been ar
ranged, socloty will be well renrO'
Bented, nnd an enjoyable afternoon Is
anticipated. The altiilr is being giv
en In honor of Mrs Hnlph Forster,
wire or tne British Consul,
Mrs. Janileson's Ten,
The pretty nnd artistic new homo
of Mr. und Mrs. Jamleson was the
scene Thursday of un enjoyable tea.
The houso was decorated throughout
witli largo feathery yellow chrysan
themums Mrs C. M. V. Forster
poured tho coffee, and Mrs. Graham,
nee Ruriihuin, poured ten. This was
n buffet tea, for sandwiches, fees and
cukes woio arranged on a buffet In
the dining room. The guests wero
received by their charming hostess
on the lunul, which was decorated
with potted plants, hanging baskets
and tull vases containing chrysan
themums. On this occasion many
hcttutlfu! toilettes were observed, and
numerous picturesque nnd chic hats
woro worn. Among the guests wero
Mrs Mist, Mrs Thomas King, Mrs.
Kimball, Mis. Blackman, Mrs. Walter
Hoffinnnn, Mrs. Bottomley, Mrs. E. C.
Wnterhouse, Mrs. II. A. Jordan, Ijidy
Heron, Mrs. W. I Stanley, Mrs.
Hobdy nnd her mother, Mrs. Robert
Lunge, Mrs. A. Berg. Miss Dlulr, Miss
Lucas, Miss Mary Catton, Miss How
ling, Miss Mist, Miss Hnrriet Young,
Misses Jordan, Mrs. James Cockburn,
Mm. INIc'k Luncheon.
Mrs. John Strayer McQrow. Mrs.
Chapman, Mrs. Wlntors, Mrs Smith
(wife or Dr. Smith or Fort Shutter),
Mrs George Cleveland llowon, Mrs
Kennedy nnd Mrs. Baldwin enjoyed
tho hospltullty of Mrs. Estor wlro or
Captalo Esto or tho 20th Infantry.
This enjoyable affair was given Fri
day at Mrs Este's home nt Fort
, Sliafter. Tho ontarlnlnmHiif wns elv,
n In tho form of n luncheon. The
table decorations were superb, the
keynote holng cllow chrysanthe
mums Interspersed with lace ferns
, The plnco cards were ornamented
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" '" 'nu-pnnnea cnryBanthenuuns,
Aftor luncheon several rubbers of
bridge weie enjoyed
Miss Kathorlue Stephens Jift fp
Lellehun today nnd will be thu guest
of Lieutenant nnd Mrs Cunningham
Dinner un Ilnaril (he 'I helix.
One of tho in littlest und most on-
Joiibtu dlnnuis of the week was tho J
Olnncr given on board the U. S. S,
Thetla Wcdnesdny evening by Doctor
aillesple of the U. S. Revenue Cutter
Service. Covers wore arranged for
elgliti' Lieutenant' and MrB. Sheedy
actep' ns chnpciones on this occa
sidrt Each of the giicstBN places
woro marked by cards bearing a plc-
rttire Of the Thelts taken while In thq
Arctic regions, un tne upper leu
hanj corner the name bf thU gallant
ship wus embossed In gold letters,
while in the luwer right bund corner
the nnine of the guest was engraved
At the pluces of the fair sex shlp'sJweie also lnailo of roses After the
ribbons wero found aid worn during supper most ur the guests were cnter
the evening The dnmnsk table cover I talned with bridge Among tboso
was completely covered with mallo. piesent were Mr. ond 'MrB Robert
Here nnd there Infllnllcslmal electric f Shingle, Madam Shingle, Mr. anifMrs.
light bulbs In different colors woro I Wllllnm Campbell, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N.
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Kv UiTT 'T.i ir a'JSI
AT.Vlv s,.SU' . XtnFmt
MRS. WALTKU VltVNCIS IIIjI.1G1IAX
durst .of Itnuor ut Min. Mnllrr FrearN HiilTit l.nnclieon mul Mnilcnle.
placed nnd made nn effective decora-.Campbell, Mr nnd Mrs. Charles Falk,
lion peeping out from the green. The . Miss A. 8. Armour, MIbs Alice Mac
center piece was composed ot whlto ! farlane, Mr and Mrs E. M. Camp
asters Intermingled with maidenhair bell, Miss Nlnu Bergor, Mr Guy Mac
fern. After the dlnnor tho entire fortune, Mr. Wnlter Kendall, Judge
party rrulscd nrotind the harbor nnd
enjoyed the moonlight Among the
guests present were Dr. Gillespie,
Lieutenant und Mrs. Sheedy, Miss
Cooper und the Misses Irene and Isa
bel Cooper, Lleutennnt Robinson anil
Mr. Francis Gray has been on a
business trip to Honolulu, but return
ed to Ills homo on Kuuul Thursday.
During his sojourn In town he visit
ed with relatives nt the beach.
Mr. Lewis' I'ol LuiirlMOii.
Red oxorlas and scarlet lols orna
mented the beautifully arranged table
when Mrs A. Lewis, Jr, entertained
In honor of the Misses Muybury of
Los Angeles, Cul , and Mrs Hender
son of Berkeley, Cul. The place curds
were beautiful nnd unique, being
dono In wnter colors, and'Vero orna
mented with calabashes and tiny red
fish. The table was laden with Ha
waiian delicacies, which wero thor
ougly enjoyed by the guests of hon
or nnd the othors that wore present.
The center piece consisted ot scarlet
exorluB, which were banked with Ha
waiian fern. After the luncheon un
Informal muslcale wus enjoyed, a
number of the guests participating In
nn Impromptu program. Among' those
who enjoyed Mis. Lewis' hospitality
ware the Misses Muybury, Mrs Hen
derson, Mrs. Runny Scott, MrsCookoj
Mrs. Alonza Gurtley, Mrs. Penhnllow,
Mrs. Clarissa Boedefeld, and'others.
Mr. George Brown's illrtlidur I'iiHj.
Mr. George Brown made a delight-
ful host Wednesday ovenlne. when be
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uiviieu a-iew inenus lniormauy ioi
celebrnto his hlrll,d.,v. Hn.nmB in. I
decorated the beautifully appointed
table, und o delicious repast wus en
Jo Jed. After dinner bridge whist wus
enJoed until a lata hour. At the
close, prior to thu depot turn or tho
guests, this gulitol host was wished
"many happy- le turns ot tho day."
I'alolo Social Club.
The I'alolo Social Club held Us reg
ular meeting nt tho Merrill homo on
lust Thursday evening. It was In the
nature or a house warming us It was
the first meeting In the new house.
The usual number or games or pedro
wore played and url.cn distributed.
Mrs. Thos. Boyd and Mr. Clyde
Wright won the first prizes nnd Bill
Foster got' tho booby prize again. Re
freshments were served, ufter which
a few games wound up n quto pleas
Among thoso attending woro Mr.
nnd Mrs Schoenlng, Mr. and Mrs
I Ormlston, Mr. nnd MrB. Palmer. Mr.
and Mrs Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill,
Mr. nnd Mrs Fostor, Mrs Patten, Mrs.
, Hlley, MrB Wright, Mm. Clear, Mr.
Miss Ada Rhodes, who accompa
nied Prlncebs David Kananunnkoa,
upon her return from Honolulu, Is
being mado tho motif of many ploas
ant entertainments. There wore
sevorul In compliment to hor lnat
week ond on Thursday next Miss
Rhodes will be tho honored guost ut
n brldgo party nt which Mrs. Chllds
Gibson will be tho hostess S T Ex
aminer. Mrs John D Sprocket leturneil re
cently rrom Coronndo to await the nr
ilval or Mr Sprnckols, who left Now
York Inst week on Ills new yacht
Venetlu. Hu will imika the voyage
only us fur us Nuw. (Jl'K'.ms, whuio hu
will Icnvo tho yacht nnd proceed over
land to San Frunelsco , Tho Venettn
will hu tnken iinJund" the llorn nnd
will not reach Uullfornla until De
cember'. S. F.'(Jhrortlilej
Mr. nml Mr. Hlilngle,'? Pel .Supper.
Jlr. and Mrs. Robert, S'hlnglo gave n
delightful pol supper' nt their beach
home nt Walklki. -.During ,the supper
Kual's qulnti-t furolshei) ' the music'
The luble was decorated with dozens
of American Ilenuty roses; the Ida
placed on tho chair of each guest,
Davis ond others.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Charles Green, n
brother-in-law nnd sister oft Mrs.
Gustav Bchaeffer, will arrive on tile
Manchuria to spend Christmas In' Ho
nolulu. They have cnguged lipart
ments at the Moana Hotel.
Knstgn (lunther Tniniferred.
Ensign Gunthcr, formerly attached
to the West Virginia, or the Puclllc
Fleet, has been transferred to tho
Atlantic coast. While tho Pacific
Fleet was In Honolulu Inst year; En
sign Gunthcr mado numeious friends,
who will ho sorry tn hear of his
transfer, for they wero planning to
cntortnln him while, tho Pnclllc Fleet
would bo In port this winter, i
Mrs W. A, Anderson, wlfo of Man
ager Anderson of tho Nahlkti Rubber
Plantation, on Maul, arrived Wednes
day In town and is registered at the
Alexander Young hotel.
Mr. T M. King, after an oxtromoly
pleasant visit on Kuuul, arrived In,
Honolulu Wednesday on the W. G.
Dr. Sexton left Thursday on tho
W..G. Hall for Kauai.T
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Mr. II. W. M. Mls( 'lft Friday on
the steamer ClaUdlno for 'n business
trip to Hawaii Mr. Mist will visit
,the volcano of Kllruea while ho is on
Hawaii." v r . t ,
Mrs H.3. .Parn5elee,i.i'other ot
-., r i.Kt..1. ' In i .
",n. "-,"" OVJ.,")" ' ior
tner noma in uie eatorLUiu next snll-
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DR r tno Slerr-. trVl'ftrilieleo has
boon extensively onteridin'ed while sho
has been visiting tCnptpIii nnd Mra.
Iaiw. 4V '
Mrs. Rn'ph Foster, .wire or the
English Consul, wHI,tvo on Wed
nesday, November seconilt en routo
ror tho continent. Mrs Forster will
bo uccompunlcd by )wf ilu'lit mid sis
ter, lloforo sailing Mrs. Forster will
ha (ho motif ror much social enter
Lieutenant 8lerldan ot (ho Fifth
Cnvulry will bu'u-iuli oh the next
transport, (he destination ot this
young officer be!ng'AWusilugton, I)
C. Thls trip wjlHbe.'n'hurrled ono
and Is ono or business Jl.Ieiit. Sheri
dan will, prpbablylreturij on Uio De
cember trunsport ' l '
Miss Ethel, Wilcox Is tho guest or
Mr. nnd MrB. Carl Hollawuy at their
home In Nuuanu Valley.
Judgo diaries lett Tuesday ror o
hiislnoss trip on Maul and Hawaii.
The Judge may roturn to town But
urduy on the Muuno Keu. V
Mrs Cllffoid B. High, wife of Dr.
High or this city, will Jeiivo tho first
or next week to Visit the Mncrurlanes
Mrs Mary Wlddlfleld was a depart
ing passenger Tuesdny on tho Mauna
Keu, en routo to HIlo, where she will
visit Mr und Mrs. Byron K. Bulrd.
Tho latter Is n daughter of Mrs. Wld
dlfleld. This charming matron has
been stopping with Captain nnd Mrs.
Wilbur ut Fort Ruger, '
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Mr. and Mrs G. KlueEol'nrn'vlnH.
mi un i iaw, in, nnu nru enjoying th
vuui wiiiuuiu uiai imwnii uliords,
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