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evening bulletin, Honolulu, t. 11 , Saturday, oct. 29, 1910.
tb fT iiahvi bl.u parties in the nn-
hture of Informal tens, dinners
nnJ "showers" furnished so
ciety with a variety of en
tertainment for the past week
tThe young matrons planning
to leave shortly for the mainland have
,. been the motif for a number of these
affairs, while the brides-to-be have had
Uli equal share of attention. Miss
bt Daisy Oras, who will leave on the
Sierra, accompanied by her aunt nnd
i slater, has been the Incentive for
numerous uffulrs. The "souvenir
shower" given last Wednesday In her
& lidnor proved an enjoyable affair
Miss Oras will Join the ranks of young
r. matrons before long. Her dopnrturo
Ir from Honolulu will be keenly felt by
? tho younger set.
k Mrs. Kalph Fqrstcr, wife of the
If English Consul, has been the guest
of , honor ut many functions. Miss
g Katherlne Kobluson, who will be
come the bride of Mr. George Kinney
jf on Monday next, has been In n whirl
of-gaiety for the past fortnight. Miss
i Hbblnson Is an extremely pretty girl,
and Is well liked In Honolulu. Her
(l wedding will be beautiful In its np
t1 polntments, but will savor of unos
Th tentatlon which is characteristic of
" the .English women. Miss Itoblnson's
M picture appears on the society page,
i 8I10 Is, a tall, willowy deiul-blonde,
u with violet colored eyes nnd dark
W wavy hair. This young girl returned
recently from a two years' European
j) trlp She Is extremely accomplished,
being a lino musician and a finished
i, Tennis Tea at Davits.
The tennis tea given on Saturday
. last by Mr. and Mrs. Cllvo Davlcs
was a distinct success. On this oc
casion Mrs, Ralph Forster was tho
guest of honor, this entertainment be
ing Mn tho nature of a farewell for
Ms Forster, will embark November
the, second tor -Paris. Saturday a
number of good matches were played,
and proved interesting to' the specta
tors. Mrs. Walter Francis Dilling
ham put up- n splendid .game. Cap
tain Low of tho -U. S. Marine Corps,
M,, Walter Dillingham, Mr. Gerald Ir
wUi nnd Mr. A, Graham were In splen
The tennis court of the. Davlcs Is
Ideally situated,, helng surrounded by
tropica palms and gigantic trees.
Mrs, Davlcs and her guest 'of honor
received tholr friends on the tennis
court, the tropical verdure making a
bQauful setting for the function. Mrs.
Dj'vles wore a cream lingerie, with- a
large black hat covered with roses,
tlkr guest of honor was clad In a
French creation, a toquo-of cerise
cfyrfpte'ted the costume. Refreshments
were. served at small tames, placed
t AM M 'lln t A I hjiiihI ft It t liiHflllnrt
neir the tennis court this function
WHsi distinctly an out of door affair.
Mra.JBcrnlce Walbrldge served the
pubctj, while Orientals attired in
.apotl'tis white, Borved the ices, tea
nnd CAko, The lack of formality lent
addpdenjoyraent to the affair, and the
wwje'n, folk in their foulards, light
weigh! silks and dainty llngerio frocks
gilded' to the beauty of the environ
ment. Mrs. George Cleveland Bowcn
looked a picture in a pink llngerio
over silk, with a large black and gold
' hut, ornamented with a black willow
plume; Mrs. .Arthur Cecil Mackintosh
' wore a smart two piece suit of. white
broad fcloth, a white hat with blue
oat rich ' feathers, completed tho cos
tume; Mrs. WInslow, ' wife of Major
Wlnslow', was clad In a white lingerie,
a; blue, (urban, was worn with this
costume; Mrs. Walbrldge wore a
whlto'dress, embroidered and Insortcd
with motifs of lace, a becoming hat of
black was worn; Mrs, Marx looked
I stunning In white broad cloth, Among
those present were: Mr. nnd Mrs.
Cljye tDav1es, Consul and Mrs, Ralph
Forster. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Francis
Dillingham, Mrs". Bornlce Walbrldge,
Mr,1 nnd Mrs. Arthur Cecil Mackin
tosh, Major nnd Mrs. Wlnslow, Mrs.
George Cleveland Dowcn, Miss Daisy
Oras, Mr, and Mrs. Allan Dotlomley,
Captain and Mrs, Iiw, Captain nnd
Mrs. Esteo of Fort Shatter, Mrs.
Baldwin, Mrs. Charles Bryant Cooper,
Mrs, 'Dalentyne,f Miss s'Dallcntyjo,
'Miss Hortnagle, Major' nnd, Mrs. Ken
nedy of Fort Shatter, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Benjamin Marx, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gra
tram,. Mr, Gerald Irwin and others.
''A picture appears on this page of
,MUs Wllhelmlna Tenney, the only
daughter 'of Mr. nnd .-Mrs. Edward
Tennay Miss Tennoy returned on tho
1 "illlrolmlna" from an, extended trip
th'rauili California by the way the
stganier Wllhelmlna was named after
her. This charming young girl Is n
great' social favdilto whoro over she
goeB but sho doe's pot dovote- her en
tft$l'jlme to society, for sho Is ex
tremely athletic, being devoted to
golf; Is a splendid shot, Is enthuslas.
tlo over tennis and is an expert mo-
, torlst, Site can be seen nearly evory
day, -driving her large .seven soater
(paring car. On account of tho out-of-door,
lfo that Honolulu affords,
MlgV.,T6nney Is devoted to tho Islands
. ami"wll!u she and her family go to
The iiccanipllsliril daughter of .Mr. inul Mrs. lMvinrtl Tviinc) (if this dlj.
This jouiitr girl Is 11 trrrnt social fmurltc in Ilnnaliilu.
tho mainland every year sho Is do-,
llghted to return to her homo lu
.Mr. mid .Mrs. Hepburn's Hallowe'en
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mnrlln Hep
burn will entertnln ut n Hallowe'en
party on Monday evening. This will.
be In the nature of an old-time Hal
lowe'en pnrty fortunes will bo told,
and the future. Tho house will be
decorated to carry out the Hallowe'en
Ciipliiln nnd Mrs. .Mark Dinner
Captnln nnd Mrs. Arthur Marlx en
tertained n coterie of friends nt din
ner on Sunday last. The table wus
a-bloom with yollow Chrysanthemums
and lnce ferns. Attractive placo curds
ornamented nnd designated where
each guest should sit Among those
seated nt this (lower bedecked table
were Paymaster nnd Mrs. Stevens of
the U. S. Navy, Captain nnd Mrs.
Lewrenz of tho Nuvy, Doctor Tucker
Smithies, Captain nnd Mrs. Marlx,
their niece, Miss Katherlne Stephens,
Lieutenant Blair and Lieutenant Par
sons of tho V. S. Marine Carps.
News has been received that the 17.
S. S. Maryland has been ordeied to
Honolulu. This is welcome. news, for
most ot the officers aboard (his cruis
er nre well known In the society
circles of Honolulu. '
Mrs, Henry Castle nnd daughter,
Eleanor, will winter In Munich. The
latter will attend school In that city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Llllle, ntter u
pleasant sojourn In San Francisco,
wore returning passengers on thu
Reverend und Mrs. Krdmnn return-'
ed to Honolulu on Frlduy. Mr. und
Mrs. Erdmnn express themselves us
having hud u delightful trip, but lire
glud to bo home again,
Mr. P. C. Jones wus nn incoming
passenger on tho Sierra Friday.
Mr. A. H, Restarlck Was given n
royal welcomo Frlduy, when ho ar
rived on tho Sierra.
Admiral und .Mrs, I Ices to l.e.nc.
Tho numerous friends of Admiral
nnd Mrs. C'orwln P. Rees nio grieved
to learn that this charming couple
will leave-shortly for tho Const. Wlillo
It .was understood the Admiral would
leavo Honolulu, it wus hoped that his
orders would bo deferred until spring,
Admiral und Mrs, Rees linvo endeared
themselves not only umong the, bot
clal set In which they move, but tho
wholo community us well, for they nre
both poled for their charm of. man
norland their great courtesy, j The
going a'wny of this couple wlll4pr6ve
u severo loss to Honolulu,
Mrs. Wutsnii Lnlerlalneil.
Miss Daisy Grns Is receiving ninny
of the eoclul compliments of the
week. Wednesday Mrs. Edwnrd Wnt
son gnvo n souvenir showor In her
honor. Sixteen of her close friends
were Invited, euch guost coming with
a souvenir for tho prospective bride.
The guests urrlved ubout half uftor
three, most ot them bringing their
sewing. While they were plying their
needles nnd Indulging In chlt-chut. so
dear to the feminine heart, the four-
yeur-uld duu'Ehter of thu house dieus-
ed ns n fair appeared. This dainty an-
Ilo-jpnrltlon clad In ennnry colored silk
with gnuzo wings curried n basket
which was tilled with beautiful gifts
for the guest of honor. They consist
ed ot souvenir spoons, brasses, Bllver
sugar tongs and bon-bon dishes, and
Seven n miniature cnlnbnsh, which will
make an appropriate souvenir of the
Islands' In tnu bride's new home. -After
tho ribbon and tissue paper were tak
en .from the gifts and they were, duly
admired an impromptu musical pro
gram was rendered. Later In the af
ternoon delicious refreshments were
served nt small tables on tho raaukn
lanul. These tables were ornamented
with yellow chrysanthemums. The
drawing room nnd dining room wera
also decorated with these (lowers,
On this occasion tho Hostess wore a
flowered lavender chiffon that was
very becoming. Miss Gran was attir
ed In a white silk, cut In the prevail
ing fuslilon, n modish turban com
pleting this rtmtumo. Mrs. Italph
Forster wore a Copenhagen blue foul-
nrd with a picture hat. Miss Hart
naglo was clad In n French hand-cm
broldercd gown; a black plumed hat
was worn with this creation. Mrs.
Hurry Mnrlln Hepburn's costumo
wus much admired. It wus u cream
pcau de crepe with mltlfs ot luce. A
largo white picture hut trimmed with
chiffon and white wings was worn.
Miss Irma Ilnllentyno was clad In
lnender chiffon with n deep bund of
lavender sntln outlining the bottom
of the skirt. Miss Illulr looked ex
tremely well lu u white lingerie. A
shower hnt wus very becoming. Mrs,
Ernest Wnterhouse woro n Btunnlng
frock of chiffon with plastrons of
Paisley chiffon. This wus n New
York creation nnd was much admired.
Miss Lucas wah clad In u (lowered
pink chiffon, Among thoto present
word .Mrs. Edward Wntson, MIsb
Daisy1 Grus, Mrs. Itulph Forster, Mrs.
Ernest Wuterhouso nnd sister, Miss
Harding, Mrs, Harry Marlln Hepfturn,
Mrs. James Cockburn, Mrs. 'Clinton
Bullentyne, Miss Hurtnugle, Miss
Katherlne Stephens, Miss Illnlr, Miss
Irma Ballontyne, Miss Lucas, Miss
Murle Bullentyne, und others.
Captain Cowlos of tho U. S. Navy
Is expected on tho noxt liner. When
Admiral Rees leaves the Captain will
usbunio commnnd of tho Navy Sta
tion. - '
Ciipliilii and .Mrs. MurK' Dinner,
The hundsume homo of Captain nnd
Mrs. Arthur Mnrix wus the setting
for u beuutiful entertainment on Frl-(
day evening. l)urng this week this
(hospitable couple gave two dlnnors
In honor of tho now Service people.
This lust function wus lu tho nature
of a .farewell tq Admiral 'and Mrs.
yofwlhP, Rees nnd Mrs. Italph Fors
ler, 'the g
guests of honor, who leave
shortly for tho mainland. On this oc-
cnslon tho artistically appointed tublel w-nllnn orchestra was placed on tho la
wns decorated In yollow chrysanthe-j nnl and played and sang Hawaiian
mums nnd violets, Tho pluce cards, nils,
woio dainty nnd contributed to the
color scheme. After dlnnor the host
nnd hostess und their ten guests play
ed hrldgo until n lato hour. Among
the .guests wera Admiral and Mrs.
Corwln P. Rees, Consul nnd MrB.
Ralph Forster, Major und Mrs. Tim
berlnko, Mujor nnd Mrs. Pnyson, und!
Judge und Mrs. Wilder.
-Mrs Alexander luenlierg In Miiulrh.
Mis. .-Aleuudcr .iBoiiberg hui
leased n palatial house In Munich,
Germany. This house belongs to n
renowned artist who on account or
HI health' Is compelled to spend his
time In Duly or the South of France.
Mrs. Isenberg Is hospitably Inclined
nnd her home Is tho scene of many bo-
clnl functions, mostly of u literary
nnd musical nature.
Mrs. Ilnllpul) no's llrldire Party.
In compliment of her sister, Miss
Hurtnugle, Mrs. Clinton Ballentyno
ontcrtuliied with foul tables of bridge
nt her homo on Thurston avenue Tues
day afternoon. Miss Hurtnugle has
been visiting her sister for the past
two months, but will leave in Novem
ber lor her homo on the mainland,
Miss Hartnagle has been frequently
entertained during her visit in Ho
nolulu, and she Is charmed with tho
people, und many pleasant memories,
will linger concerning her trip to tho
Paradise of tho Pacific. Miss Hart
nagle Is an enthusiastic bridger. Tho
affair of Tuesday wus one of the most
enjoyable of the week, The prizes
were exceptionally pretty. Mrs. Ar
thur Marlx won the first prize, n pic
ture tram In filigree silver. Tho
second prize wns n sandal wood fnn,
nnd wus nwurded to Mrs. Hepburn.
Yellow chrysanthemums madu an ef
-Mr. und .Mrs. Robert Klgln nt Young.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Elgin arrived
Frlduy on the Muunu Ken and ure reg
istered nt tho Young Hotel. These
young peoplo nre extremely popular In
the society circles of Honolulu. Al
though Mr. Elgin is on u business trip
ot short duration, even a brief visit
Is welcomed by their numerous
Mrs. (lee. Kolicrtsoji's Pol Luncheon.
Under the arbor of roses and cle
matis vine Mrs. Oeorgo Robertson
entertained, seven Intimate friends at
a delightful pol luncheon. Tho table
was decorated with feathery yellow
chrysanthemums', illnia tela were
found ut each place, ,and the entire
color scheme for. this affair was In
yellow. The table wus placed under
"Buds Arbor an Urbor bo culled
becnuse It Is covered with roses and
buds during most of tho year. This
entertainment proved an enjoyable
one. After luncheon the guests and
their hostess adjourned to the makal
lannl and sowed on dainty fancy
work, preparatory for Christmas.
Miss I.iicns' Thimble Party.
Now that the holiday season Is ap
proaching one of the forms of divers
Ion and entertainment ure thimble
parties. This Is noj only n pleasur
able way of spending the afternoon,
but one feels ns If they hud accom
plished something. Miss Huttle Lucas
entertained Thursday afternoon a
bevy of her frlendB. All of these young
girls brought their fancy work. Later
In tho afternoon a delightful hour of
chit-chat was spent around the tea
table, where delicious refreshments
were served. This young hostess pre
sided over the tea urn In u' graceful
manner. Among Miss Hattle Lucas'
guests were Miss Violet Mnkee, Miss
Mlna Berger, Miss Florence Hoff
mann, Miss Helen North, Miss Kath
erlne Stephens, Miss Mary Lucas, and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnnnle Phillips have
as house guests, Mr. MartOreen of
Sun Francisco, and his daughter, who
arrived Friday, on tho Sierra.. Mr.
Orem is u capitalist of San Francisco
and Is nlso Interested In sovorul local
(Inns. During tholr vl.dt in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. Mnnnle Phillips will
gUo several entertainments In tholr
Mrs. von Holt's Garden Party,
From 4 to 0 Wednesday afternoon,
Mrs. Henrlck von Holt entertained
nt n gulden party In honor of Mrs.
Arthur Cecil Mackintosh, at her home
on Judd street. MrB. von Holt and
her guest of honor i received on tho
lawn, under tnl .palms. Mrs. Robert
Bond nnd Mrs. Albert Wuterhouso
woro also In tho receiving party. Re
freshments wcro served lu the largo
dining room, this room elaborately
decorated with yellow chrysanthe
mums and palms. At a large maho
gany tnblo, tea and coffee were serv
ed, nt one end Mrs. Montague pour
im ten und Miss Goodulo dispensed
coffee. This wns not a large affair,
only sixty guests were Invited, inoHt
f tliein belonged to the set of young
matrons, and young debutants. A Ha-
At the Orpheurn.
Tho appearance of the Georgo B,
Howard Co. at tho Now Orpheurn has
attracted fnshlonnble audiences dur
ing the week, In fact ovor since they
nrrlved. Every night this excellent
company have played to packed house.
tho nudlenco has shown Kb appro-
elation by applauding nnd upplnud-
tug, until tho Htnrs would have tu
respond to four or flvo curtain calls.
"C'liilstnplicr Jr." plujed Monday.
TllCMrinl mill V(iitiiMa,1ni. ntttiiilnif ti-j
,.. ,., .1 .. ..,.'
they have played. Mr. Howard Is nlng room, of which tho singe formed
born nrllst, the play did not drag en nleow Ther wni no set program
from start to nnlsh, ,-very one thai ut-lof entertainment. .Mrs. Hobo rl.ftrt..-f
tended p.onounced It a fine produc-'ed everjone with her delightful sing-1
Hon, splendidly protrnyed bjvtheirtnt.Jng. ns vhe- lwnys .does ,and Miss
nml his suppoiters, nnd left thetthuf-J Iteynolds, niece pf, the Rev. .HlrftiirJ,'"' ', ,M- "s,'.".r,T"
tio well snllsnod, wllh lhe?,!tnte!nH6iJ -fenglium of, hoiiniJ-d ,niHiior,'iplWj'.t .- .""'' il1 , ifZ' . n.
of coming ngaln In tho ntfr U.itl.ie, boal.tuiiljy two iiinho , solos'thtlit A"'B'W Pj,1"' t n, patron
Mls Hetty Jouson has won iosuf.nino Jhose- liiflles nte miifllclah'siofnlljlglr 1-$X '"; W M ,, ,, ' ,, ,
by her chnrn, of manner nnd mev W, kfjnd nrt -.ho ! dfj4j5 ,rMlfe P WWtnw
tine naiiiniiiiesi. in me luirii'nci .CHarin is ino rrawy Kraciuusncsa, wiin
of "ClirlBtopliurJr." she lookedjttx-
(optionally pret'ly In ,a , wonderful loll-
HfljHaPPr WepV;' ';yx
I in brlde-clecl of .Mr. tfcurge Ivluuey. The marriage villi take plnre
.iiouuuy en-mug til ni. .iniirows Ir.lliedral ut w o'clock.
euo cxccnieii by n celebrated Chicago tetn slides of old Honolulu
modlsto. The blending ot colors pro- by Canon Ubborno almost twenty
duced a rechercho effect. Tho Infer cnrs ago, were exhibited nnd great
part of the week, "Charley's Aunt" Is ly enjoyed, showing as they do tho
being played. This mirth provoking nstnnlshliig changes that havo taken
pieco, noids the audiences, convulsed
wiiii lauguior, miring ino enuro rcn-
fllllrin. Attlfinf Mr ITfiltfnrila tmtn.ti-.
ous accomplishments ho Is a, wonder -
fill comedian, nnd In this piny ho can
not no surpassed, no is .well supporl -
i-u oy uie rosi oi me company, inn-
ing tho week numerous theatre par-
ties havo been given; Wednesday.
evening. Miss Alice Mucfarlane enter-,
tnlned n pnrty of eight, umong thom
were Mr, nnd Mrs. Monell, Miss Lady
Mnefarlano, Mrs. llcrger, Miss Minn
Berger, Mr, Marks Robinson and Mr.
Guy Mncfnrlnno; Thursday evening,
ftir. hiiu ir. iiuiicuerg c mummied a
theatre party of sixteen In honor ot
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnnoberg entertained a
Captain Wolter of tho Hcrzogen Ce
clle and his odlcers. Tho RobeVt Shin
gles also entertained Thursday oven
ing. a number of their friends. Many
other parties were given, but owing
to Inck of space they can not'bs
Princess Kawananakoa Entertains In
Next week will open brilliantly with
the (lrst concert of tho St. Francis
Musical Art Society, which will bo
given ns usual In tho Colonial ball
room at tho St. Francis on Tuesday
night. Princess Kawannnnkoa will
entertain n box party on this occasion,
as will Mrs. William G. Irwin, Mrs.
Eleanor Martin. Mrs. James Ellis Tuc
ker, Mrs. Frederick Tillman, Mrs.
James 11. Coryell nnd Mrs. Pheho
Hearst, With Scotll nnd Pnsqunll
contributing the, numbers on tho pro
gram, society Is nssured of nu even
ing ot artistic ptcusui'O ns well ns one
of soclnl enjoyment. A number of
largo dinner nnd supper parties have
been planned, which will ndd much to
the brilliancy of tho occasion. S. F,
Mln Ada Rhodes Entertained.
Mrs. Charles Gibson gnvo n small
tea Thursday afternoon' nt her homo
on Pierce street In honor of Miss Ada
Rhodes of Honolulu, who Is tho guest
of Princess Knwananakoa nt tho Pal
ace. Twenty four friends woro enter
tained Informally nnd tho hostess wns
nsslsted by Mrs, Walter Gibson and
Mrs. Harry Gray. Among others pre
Bent wero Princess Kuwnnnnakoi,
Miss Helen Gray nnd Miss Jlniilo Lei).
Miss Rhodes will leturn to her homo
In Honolulu on tho steamer sailing
October 25th. S.i,F. Cull. '
Lieutenant and Mrs. Wilcox' Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mis. Hurry Marlln Hep
burn woro tho guests of honor at n
dinner given Thursday evening by
Lieutenant and Mrs; WUtox of tho
U, S, S. roveuuo culteriiefvlco. This
dinner was given nt tho Courtluud,
where tho Wlleoxcs hnvo npait
menu, Tho tnblo decora' Ions weio lu
yellow, tho place cards nnd favors be
ing In that color,
Reception at St, Clement's.
On Friday evening or lust week 'i
very ploasant lecepthm was held by
tho vestiv-men of St. Clement'H church
In their comfoi tnblo parish house. Tho
Invitations, to which Homclhlng over
a bundled peoplo responded, woro
given through tho dillly papers. By
a Judicious use of riina, druporles,
cushions mid potted
n room of Hip building
tilntita IliO (tint
I ' . i
which they nre Iholr talents In-llio
giving of pleasure. A number ofijhii'
MISS KATIIKItlM' 1IIHIIXS0X i
place .during that tlmo. Dellclou:
tcoa, etc., brought a most successful
ntrn.,l.. tn nnl. .-l .
..-,.,t,n it, a rtuiiniiicniry close. in -
, other reception Is. under consideration
for Bometlmo shortly before Christ-
jnas, which Is to bo quite, different In'
cnarucler. but. It Is hnnpil. ponntiv on.
Mrs. William Wall was tho hostess
nt a most charming luncheon glvon lu
honor or Mrs. Victor Hurd. Covers
wcro lab! for seven nnd a most en
Joynble afternoon'1 was spent. Mrs.
vviiiis guests wcro Mrs. Vic(or Hurd
o r.tif, . .. ...
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- ..t .-hvin uiiu .iiiss ivior-
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Dulsenberg woro
the host nnd hostess nt n pre-nuptlnl
dinner -when they entertained for Miss
Lydla Wngencr nnd Mr. Richard
Young, Miss Eileen McCarthy ond Mr.
Roger Tnjlor. Tho tublo decorations
wero very lovely and appropriate to
tho occasion. Tho th'reo women wcro
most dalntly gowned, Mrs. Dulsenberg
Is n veiy beautiful typo and always
Philip Hall Musical.
Mr. Philip Hall's muslqalo to bo giv
en at Bishop Hall. Piiua'hou, on tlie
oonlng of Novembor 18th, Is antici
pated with much plensuro by tho mil-
I nnd mnt.y have wished for an oppor-
' months Wo The i.ro-
lllfcl ,, !v!l IS
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c"!ln5- ol'.c "U. vllol .do iiumber
Mrs. Jldgn HorzM.jjjrs. llobdy, Mrs.
Wpstorvclf. Mrs&l.owrey. Mis, Iter-'
,uort. MY. Onitloj-j Mrs. A. Lewis, Jr.,
Wednesday Anrn'oon,Brlc'ae Club.
The Wednesday afternoon Bridge
Club met wl h Mrs. Smith, wlfo or
Doctor Smith nf Furl Rhafter. Four
tables wero arranged lu accommodate
ii guests, who all IHI iigcd to tho
srrvicn. This bridge- clii'i meets fort-
nigh ly mid la an enjoyable n flair. Lat
er In tho at crnonn ilellclous refresh
ments worp rcrvcil. After the refresh
inctits. tho (lrst prlro n Canton cup
nnd Bnuror wnt awnnled to Mrs. Ma-
tlr, wlfo nt Captain Mnrlr of the U. S.
Mnilno CorH. A bonutlful salad bowl
In Hip Hime ware was presented to
Mrs. Tumor, wlfo nf Lleu'onant Turn
er of Foil Rug-r. Among thobe who
enjoyed Mrs. Tumor's hospitality wero
Mih. Piilimm. Mrs. Wnrd. Mrs. lloh
ards, Mrs. Frederick Riui.tey;lMri. 'Ar-
thur Marix1, Mlrs Rtt'phrni.'Mrs. Chan-
man, Mr," alls nnd othp.s."
ale Iiivuih tif Honolulu. Mr.
"' ' l"-l,,l "',;e!' ' ,co"
The following announcement -is
Mr.tni'l Mrs, Harry Cannon
i "Invite you tu be plrsent''
h't the marriai" nf (heir dtitichter
on Saturday evening, October
nlnetoen hundred and ten'
Kallhl Chapel, eight p. m.
A beautiful picture nppcarB of Mrs. '
Edward Tenney on tho social liifgo of
tho San Frunclseb Chronicle, which
wns published October ninth. The fol
lowing clipping accompanies Die pho
to: Mrs. E. D. Tenney of Honolulu,
whoso picture appears today, Bailed
last week for her homo In 'the Islands,
after a delightful visit In San Fran
cisco which has extended over" a po-
noil or several months. With her
l ...... ... .
ntlrac"vc 'nl'Bhtor, Miss Wllhelmlna
cm,C5'' B,le wa8 ""1 '""I'lrntlon for
,""1" "-'"'""niiiing preceding bcr do
ik"" 'r nur nonie.
Mls Center's Tea.
A bevy of youiig girls pnj'oypd' tho
tea given by Miss Center on Wednes
day. On this occasion Mis? Knlher-Ino-Robinson
was tli'o complimented
guest, ' ' r
Mr. Cleghnrn, a nephew of Ex-flov
ornor Cleghorn, Is convalescing nt tho
Queen's Hospital aftor undergoing an
operation ror nppendlcltls. Mr. Clog
horn Is u younger brother or Mr. Per
cy Cleghorn, who recently returned
from n trip through Germany and thu
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Angus, havo
been tho motif for much entertain
ment since their return from n lengthy
Mn. Stephen Norton Bobo t Sing.
At tho cloven o'clock service
Sunday morning, October tho thir
tieth, Mrs. Stephen .Norton Bobo will
sing nt tho Unit Church of Christ
Scientist at Fraternity Hall, Odd Fel
lows' Building. All nro cordially In
vited to dttond.
WE have a new ship
ment of the hand
for Ladies we have
ever had in stock.
You'll like our goods
and our prices '