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SATlMlDAV, .NOV. B, 1910.
I BRIDE OF THE WEEK MD HER BRIBE'S MAID
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Stf savsavsavLvLr fcv . 'HMKNntdBilH
savwaavsLaHr iV il
tin) months on lliu 17. H. H. Helming
Ion when Hint gulltuit Utile cruiser
was stationed hero IIo jeur. "' Al
Hint tlmo Captain Lueleli Yoiiiik (now
Hear Ailmlrnl) was In riiininund or
hpr. Victor lllue wait thn executive
office, Lieutenants Pnhln, l-ncy, Wild?,
Yates nnil n number of nthcra were
tin liunril, nnil by their generous hos-
liltullty cnllvenctl tliu dull , summer,
tnonttm for the amnrt set In Honolulu
Lieut. Huh In Ik n social favorite wher
ever lie Is stationed ' ,
MRS. GEORGE KINNEY, NEE ROBINSON
MISS NADINE CENTER.
HE Wedding of Miss CatluriuOi flower ot tho bililo was carried,' nnd
Louise Koblnson to Mr. Geo. i Hie groom's gifts, a nuokluco of pearls
und u bruacli of Hie snmo Jewels were
warn. Mr; T, Illcliatil Robinson" Hio
father of the bride, gave her into tho
levelling of the groom. Tho Impres
sive Kplsco'pnl wedding ceremony was
performed by Cunoti Aiilt. As tho
young couple liroceeded to the reg-
Gales Kinney was one of thu
I social affnliH of tho week and
m attracted a largo uggregatlou
of society folk. Tho marriage
took place nt eight o'clock Monday
evening, nt St. Andrew's Cathedral.
There was little decorating done In
the church, with the oxcoptlon of!ster to B'R tnelr Immc8 ll rul1 u'st'
white asters and palms that were ar
tistically nrranged In the chancel, and
tho altar and chancel rail were bank
ed with tlieso llywera, and iottcd
maiden hair ferns. One of tho Kng
llsh customs Is to havo very little dec
orations If any, as tho bride Is an
English girl, this Idea was carried
out. However the architectural beau
ty of the cathedral Is so beautiful, Hut
the nbsence of decorations was not
noticed, rromptly at eight o'clock,
to the strains of Lohengrin's woddlng
march, the bridal patty nppcared,
headed by tho two ushers, Mr. Dwlght
Ilaldwln nnd Mr. Reynold Mcflrow.
Miss Mnillno Ccritcr was the only at
tendant, and sho preceded tho bride,
down tho wide aisle to tho altar where
they were met by tho groom nnd his
best man, Mr. Philip Koblnson, who
Is n. brother of the bride, Miss Cen
ter was attired In a crenm mosonllno
satin, with an overdress of crepo me
teor, embroidered In gold, In a semi-
liobblo effect. Tho corsago was of
cloth of gold, a largo cream picture
hat, covered with willow plumes, nnd
rau;ht hero and thero with gold roses,
was worn. Miss Center looked stun
ning, this enshimo brought out the
tints of her Tltnn hair, which Is very
beautiful; n necklace of topaz sot In
gold which was the gift of tho groom
was worn with this costume, nnd a
shower bouquet or Mammon Coclict
ros's, was carried. Tho bride was a
plcturo In white satin, with an ovor-
dress of chiffon cloth, embroidered In
sliver. Sho woio tho conventional
wedding veil, which was caught wl'h
orango blossoms A bouquet of lllllos
of the valley- which Is tho fnvorlto
a luncheon Friday given by .ludgo
and Mrs. Dole at their homo on l.iu
mn street. Tills liotisu Is iiinf of tho
most artistic homes In Honolulu and
has been the scene of many brilliant
Major will not leatu until Hie last
or January or tho llrst or Kebruary.
Tills otllcer Is so dimmed with Hono
lulu Hint lie '11118 decided on Ills retire
ment ft urn the Army which, by the
cred choir of l'rioiy girls sang several
beautlrul bclcctlons, which were
appropriate tor thp occasion. After
tho cetvniony tho bridal party nnd a
tow lut till; )o ri lends motored to one
of the cottages of tho "I'lcasanton"
where the bride nnd groom
received tho congratulations nnd
good wishes that were showered
upon them. Tho young couple receiv
ed In ii flower bedecked room of palms
and pink roses tho American and
Kngllsh Hags were artistically Inter
twined and hung over the cntrnnco to
the cottage. Tho buffet supper was
served shortly before ten o'clock, the
tabic was arranged In pink Mammon
Cochot loses, with sllvtr candelabra,
ornamented with rnso pink silk
shades. Mrs. Harold MtUbcldcn, who
Is a cousin of tho brldo's, wore n Pa
ris gown or btuo satin, 'trimmed In
gold nppllque, A blue hat covered
with plumes wns- worn. Mrs. John
Strayor McOiow wore an nll-ovor lace
robe, a superb diamond necklnco nnd
pin were 'worn; Mrs, Center was clad
In grey satin, with a plcturo hat
trimmed In grey plumes. Among the
guests at tho wedding supper were
Mr. T. Ulchard llobliicon, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Hnysclilon, Mrs, Held, Mr.
and Mrs. John Hiilld. Itovcrcud nnd
cntertnlnments, but whether ,n large way, will Do u number or years nenco
formal affair or one of less pretension I ho will buy n homo In tho Islands
und formality tills host niiiUliostess ' arid take up a permanent residence In
always extend the same graclbus wel-'thls city. '
come to tho assembled guests under
their hospitable roof. Yesterday's af-I.Mr. and Mr. Ilrovwi's Surfing Tarty,
tnlr savored or Informality, which lent; Tuenlay Mr. and Mrs. Aithur
nn added charm to the ontertiilnmcnt. Ilrown entei tallied at a chowder nnd
Among those present were Judge nnd surfing party In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs, Sanfortl H. Dole, Mr. nnd Mrs, Walter Francis Dillingham. The wa
Wnltc'r Francis Dillingham. Judge . ter was Iduil for surllng, tho Konn
and Mrs. William Whitney, Mrs. Sel
den Klngbury of Maul, and Mrs. Kben
Lieut. I(!s Kliighliurj to He Stationed
Lieut. Itoss Kingsbury nnd his
' ...l.l ?.!.... l. . ..a ..tt.lao.itll.
null iiiuniiih mo niiH'n uiiu.uihi;
high und thus making the sport ex
citing. I-ater a plunge was taken In
the "brlncy deep," which whetted the
appetites ot tho guests for the de
licious chowdor Hint followed. Later
In tho evening n number of the guests
charming young bride, nee Josephine Moywi wiuko. aiuo g mose n
i:illcott, arVlved Tuesday on the Mon-I ' -Ml "" r; ro8 '"j '
n I Kin.,...,.,. ' i. fi.n v,,,,,,.1 Hy wero Mr. and Mrs. Wnltor Frnncls
e on of Judge Kingsbury of Maul,' ''''';' ';" " ' & -r.
.. ... . 7., .i a m,.,i. r,. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kimball or Will-
nlun, Mr nnd Mrs. Harold Dillingham,
nnd belongs to the U. S. Marino Corps.,
Ills wedding to Miss Elliott wns to
have taken place this spring, but on
account of his orders to the l'hlllp
pines the date or tho wedding wns
changed, nnd he wns married In Octo
ber. This wedding wns a largo
church nffulr and took place In Port
land, Oregon, where the bride's father,
Lieutenant-Commander ICIIIcott of the
V, 8. Navy, is stationed. Lieut. Kings
bury on arriving In 'Honolulu found
that Instead of going to, tho Philip
pines his orders had been changed,
and ha wns to remain In Honolulu.
Judge ami Mrs. Kingsbury ciima ovt'r
Monday to meet the young people, re
l-.. 1 ..t. !-.. ... ! .-1- I ' " -... ..." u....
.. .. . ,., ... "-. - u- ir, , ., t, p ,,, Af(er vU.
Mlsa liil-r-nrl Pflnln, XII013 AH,aI .. .. .. .
Itlng u wepk on Maul Lieut, and Mrs.
ri. . ,
A Skin of Beamy is a joy Forevei
DH. T. FELIX GOL'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
TUoiqvm Tab. riruiM,
no tiutf. nt U
Am d'Hctlim. Ii
hiat.tO(l the ttn
n( t TenrJ. tnq
ho hriliii t
13 iroynlf nutil
felt i-r Dltnlln
nunr pf. L
hvr li to
UJr of Ua h.ut
tn (a iiint
l Tu Miw
will un tb j
(luurM iil4 CfrttnrM thi rt utrmroi m nm
klo pre iVrlikihi.'' -r l- If M fltUMimi 'd "Cf
UvuiU li-tWf In lh UblieJ UUt, U4uU mij huri-K
VBDiT.HOrUXtrfsp 3DulJaei J!tmI KwTr
ft W Fl&ll
Ilrown, Mr. Dwlght Ilaldwln, Mr. Phil
ip Itiililnson, Mr. rteynold McOrcw,
Mr. Archibald (lulld,, Mr. Krdmnn
Ilaldwln and othors. This popular
young couplo received numerous gifts
of silver rut glass, brasses, pictures,
o'c, for their now home. Tho honoy
moon is to bo spent nt Halcakala on
Maul, und at tho Volcano House on
Hawaii tlio following announcement
has been received:
Mr T. Jttcilnrd Koblnson
announces tho marriage or Ills
Mr. fltorge dates Kinney
nt Snlnt Andrew's Cathedral
on tho evening or Monday,
October Iho Thirty-first
Nineteen hundred and ten
nfter December tho thirty-first
Judge nnd Mrs. Hole's l.iiiirhcon.
- Mr and Mrs. Wnltor Francis Dill-
Kingsbury will return to thulr apart
ments ut the Young Hotel.
Mrs. Alfred C.tMlcV. Tea.
Mrs, Alfred Custlo ontcrtnlned at n
4 o'clock tea Thursday afternoon In
honor nt Miss Margaret Custlo. About
twenty young girls and matrons woro
II r. and Mrs, Weed's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Atkinson, Judge
nnd Mrs. Aithur Wilder, Mr. William
Itoth, und others. ,
Mr. und Mrs. Donald itoss, who
havo spent the last three weeks ut
tho Mouna Hotel, nre cosily settled In
their bungalow In Manoa Valley. Mrs.
Itoss Is u charming Kngllsh girl, Is u
brilliant conversationalist, besides be
ing upcompllshcd In diversified ways,
nnd will bo nn acquisition to the so
ciety ot Honolulu.
Mrs. Ilulph Forstcr, accompanied
by her aunt nnd slsteri left on the
steamer Mongolia. Consul Itnlph
Furster has taken apartments nt tho
Young Hotel nnil will lopinln there
until his wlfo returns .unless hg Is
utdeied to another stutlun In tho next
' Mr. and Mrs. Hugo llerzer, who
llnvn lipnn ripmnivliip Minn Adn Tllinilpa'
I homo 111 Niiiianii Vulley wlillo that
popular young society girl Iiiib been
Doctor und Mrs. C. II. Wood enter- visiting in Sun Francisco, uro now
talned Sunday complimentary to Dr. staying at tlio Young Hotel.
und Mrs. Wultcr Hoffmann. On this
occasion pink fern mado un effective
decoration. After dinner un Im
promptu musical program was ren
dered, which added to tho enjoyment
ot tho evening's entertainment,
present mostly Intimate friends or
the guest or honor. Tho beautiful
home of tlio Castles wns bedecked
with American llcauty roses.
The numerous fi lends of Major Hart
will regret to learn that ho has been
ordered to San Frnnclsco, whom ho
will tnko charge or tho coiuiulsary In
that port. This Is one of the largest
couiuilssarleatH In the Army, com.fi-
lnghaui woro tlio guests of honor ut (jueutly Is n responsible position. The
Mis. V. S. Collins, wlfo of Doctor
C0III113, arrived In Honolulu Tuesday.
Mrs. Collins Is looking remarkably
woll, having enjoyed her six months'
tllp on the mainland. Mrs. Collins,
nccoinpnnloil by her small daughter,
left Thursday on the Wllhelmlna to
Join her husband, who Is practising
l.liut. l.i-n Saliln nt the Young Hotel.
Lieut. Leo Snliln of (ho V. 8. Navy
at rived on tlio liner Mongolia Tues
day morning nnd Is being welcomed
by Ids 'iiumeioiis li lends for Limit.
Saliln Is not it stranger In these Isl
', iinds, having boon Btutlnuod here for
Mr. Frank Thompson ot t)ils olty
eiitprtnlned ut.u ilellgtitf ul dinner
Monday evening ut tlio Young Cute.
This affair was given In honor of.
Judge and Mrs. Selden Kingsbury or
Maul. Afterwards tho pnrty 'attend
ed tlio performance ut the Orpheum.
Mr. unit Mrs. Dillingham's I.iinrheon.
Mrs. Charlps McKlnslry, who wns
n passenger on the steamer Mongolia
en loiito to the Philippines to Join her
husband, Major McKltutry, was tho
guest or honor of Mr. und Mrs. Wal
ter Francis Dillingham Monday nt
luncheon. Covers wero arranged for
eight. Tlio table was fragrant with
pink rosea and violets. Among those
present wero Mr. und Mrs. Dilling
ham, Mrs. Charles McKlnstry, Major
and Mrs. Wlnslow, Miss Annlo Ora
ham, und Mr. A. L. C. Atkinson.
Major and Mrs. I'aj win's Dinner.
Major lllakely ot tho V. 8. Army
was the honoied guest nt a dinner
given Monday evening by Major und
Mrs. Payson of Hie U. S. Army. Cov
ers were laid for eight. Tlio table wus
fragrant with violets and maidenhair
fern. Among those present wero Mrs.
Charles llryant Cooper, Mrs. Nowby,
Major lllakely, und others.
Mint. .Sheridan's Slag Dinner.
Prior to Ills departure Lieutenant
i'hll Sheridan of the Firth Cavalry
entertained at a stag dinner ut thu
Young Cute. Tho tablo decorations
were red carnations and maidenhair
rcriL. Among Lieut. Sheridan's guests
were Lieut, llurnurd, Lieut, lloyt,
Lieut. Rodney, and others.' Tills young
olllccr leaves today for a hurried trip
to Washington, I). C, to greet his
mother and sisters, who have been on
an epiideil Huropean trip. Lieut,
.-ihei hlaii will return to Honolulu on
tho December transport.
Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Cunningham
or tho Filth Cavalry nre tho guests
of Captain and Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx tit
their homo un 1luan street.
Among .tho Scrvlco peoplo waiting
for the transport Sheridan are Cap
tain Turner of thu U. S. Marino Corps,
Mrs. Sullivan nnd three children. I
Captain Sulllvnu belongs to the Mu
rine Corps und Is on the transport
Sheridan, having been ordered io the
Philippines. Captain Turner Is well
known In society circles of this city,
having been stationed on the U. S. S.
Mrs. Putnam, wlto or Captain Put
nam of the Army, Is convalescing nnd
will soon bo able to walk. It will bo
remembered that this young matron
met with n painful Injury In u run-away
accident sumo' weeks ago.
Judge nnd Mrs. Seidell Kingsbury
of Maul nrrlved In Honolulu Monday,
having come over to meet Lieutenant
and Mrs. Itoss Kingsbury of thu U, S.
Marino Corps, Tho former Is the
youngest son of Judgo und Mrs, Kings
Mr. and Mrs. Ylrlor llurd's Card Party
At their homo on tho corner ot
Aulpuni nnd Dumlnls stieets Mr. nnd
Mrs Victor Kurd ontertulncd nt cards
Tuesday evening In hunor ot Mrs.
Itnlph Dnldlng of llllo nnd Doctor
Schoenlng, ulso of that city. On this.
occasion Miss Jennie Mucaulay won
the first prize. Among Mr, und Mrs.
llurd's guests were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Jumps Crockett, Mr. Irving llurd, Mr.
-tnd Mrs. Mcrlo Johnson, Mr, Itnlph
Balding nnd Dr. Schoenlng, Miss Km
ma Lyons, Miss Molllo CI race, Mr. und
Mrs. Cheatham, Miss Sadie Mcl.eun,
Miss Morrison, Mr. C. I). Wright, Mr.
fleorgo Humphrey, Mr. Hodge, Mr,
Nicholson, and others.
Hallowe'en Party Postponed.
Owing to the death of Mrs. Harry
Hepburn's grandmother (on tho ma
ternal side) the Hallowe'en party
that Mr. and Mrs. Hepburn woro to
have given Mondayovenlng wub post
poned and tho invltutlona recalled,
Dr. MarkaH's Dinner.
Yellow and white chrysanthemums
wero lavishly used to decornto thu
dinner tablo of Dr. Mackall, when ho
entertained u cotorlo of Ills friends
Sunday, Tlio dinner was given at tho
Hotel Courtlund, whore the Doctor Is
staying. This Is au ideal placo tor
any function, tho servlco being good
and tho cnvlionment beautiful, and on
this occasion u delicious repast was
served, Among the Doctor's guests
wero Mujor und Mrs, Timberlake of
Fort linger, Captain and, Mrs. Arthur
Math or tho U. 8. Marino Corps,
Mrs. Clarissa Uoedefeld, Mr. and Mrs.
Hegmaii, and others.
Mrs, A hern's Luncheon.
Mrs, August Ahern, at her homo
on the cornor ot Wlldor avonua nnd
Pllkol street, gave an elaborate pol
luncheon In honor ot Mrs. Walter
llorfmnn, Tuesday, at which covers
were laid for eight. Mis, Curtis
lankpa, Mrs, llergpy of Sim Francisco,
Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs, Caroline llnblu
bou, Mrs. Williams, and others, wero
lrfs,imu .T)iu color,, Bcheiiie .for tho
affair was In red. Fnirjrant scarlet
riirmitluii M" L'10 "l L'm'1' ',,"''"
The plniu curds wetu pretty und
unique Tho hospitality of tills
hostess was much appreciated and
etijnved by the guests.
Mr And Mrs. llolcom nnil their
young son left Thursday on tho steam
er Wllhelmlna to visit the volcano
br KIlKiien -Mr. and Mrs., llolcom 'find
family have apartments nt tlle-Aloana.
Hotel. They Are- SeiitllO'.folk.J.-fttid
visited these Islands three jeafs. ngo,
An.l wAm ut, li.irnipd 'with thV.llhlCC
'Hint they decided to visit Honolulu
again. ' , ;,(
.Mrs. WiiIMt's Tea I'oslponcd.
V Mrs J. S, Walker, who had planned
to entertain Tuesday afternoon In
honor of' Mrs. Walter Francis Dilling
ham, was compelled to recall her in
vitations on account of the Illness of
her children. This was to have been
quite nn elaborate tea and It Is to bo
regretted that It had to bo postponed.
The Misses Cooper Knlerlaln.
Tho Misses Cooper entertained In
honor or the officers of tlio Thetis on
Sunday nt their home nt Pearl Har
bor. The young people motored to
this beautiful suburban home in tlmo
for tiffin. After this repast Judgo and
Mrs. Harry Cooper, who ncted as
chnporones, nnd the young peoplo
cruised around tlio lochs of Pearl
Harbor In tlio Judge's new j-aclit.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Itulbcrt of Chicago,
HI., who have been staying at the Mo
una Hotel, uro at the Volcano House.
This collide will return to Honolulu
tomorrow on tho Wllhelmlna und will
occupy their upartmcuts nt tlio Mo
Major Hart's Dinner.
White asters and lnco feniB orna
mented tlio circular tablo at which
tho genial Major presided as host.
This dinner took pluce at tho Moaua
Hotel Tuesday .evening and wns given
In honor of Major Hlakeley, who Is n
warm personal filend of tlio host.
Major llhholc) I.caics on Transport.
After nearly a month spent on the
Island of Oalm, comprising business
und pleasure but mainly tho former
Major Ulakeley of the U. S. Army
left on tho transport Friday, bound
for San Francisco, wheio he .makes
his homo ut tho Palaco Hotel,
Mr. Ilruh's Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Haneberg and Miss
draco Carroll wero tlio complimented
guests ut a dinner given Thursday
evening nt the Young Cufe. This din
ner was of nn Informal nature, but
proved enjoyable. Tho color scheme
for tho affair was scarlet
Mr. Davidson's Dinner.
Mr, Arthur Davidson of the Stand
ard Oil Company was hnsUat a Jolly
stag dinner Tuesduy evening at the
Young Cafe. Among Mr. Davidson's
guests were Mr. Kd. Purls, Captain
Johnson, and others.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. llrower ot San
Francisco nro tho guests ot Mrs. Km
ma Lucas nt her Walklkl homo. Mr.
Drawer Is n brother ot Mrs. Lucas.
They will bo In Honolulu for about
three months and arc charmed with
Reception at (itibcrnulorlal Mansion.
Oovurnor und Mrs. Frcur will hold
their second "At Homo" or tho season
an Monday next. Tlio calling hours
uro from 4 to 0 o'clock. Informal
urcss is in order nnd strangers as
well as residents ate always welcome
Mrs. Walter Dillingham will re
ceive with Mrs. Frear on Monday.
Mrs, Itees and Mrs. Cllve Davlcs will
preside over the tea cups, and others
who will assist In receiving the call
ers ure Admiral1 Rees, Mrs,-A. A. Wil
der, Mr. and Mrs. Babbitt, Mrs. A, M.
Drown, Mrs. J, P. Erdma'n, Mrs. Har
old Dillingham, Judgo Xtudsay,' Mr.
Wulter Dillingham, Miss Marion
Ilrown, Miss Hnzel Qenr and Miss,
Helen Jones. '"''
Wednesday. Ilrldge Club.
The Wednesduy llrjdgu Club will
meet with Mrs. Wlutor, wlfo or Cap
tain. Winter of tho U. S. Army.
Mr. Stenorsqn, a prominent New
Yorker, Is leg'lstered at tho Moaua
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Wilcox of Kuunl
ure. stopping ut tho Alexander Young
A number of Easterners arrived on
the steamers Wllhelmlnu und Mou
gollu. Among them nro Mr. ami Mrs.
O. 0. Klepplnger of New York City.
Tills charming couple havo tukon
apartments nt tlio Alexander Young
Mrs. Robert Llshman Is In Mel
bourne, Australia, and enjoying her
visit with relatives.
Mrs. Vert S. Ileiuie, wife or the late
Colonel lieune, arrived In Honolulu
'lueBdny und will spend tho winter
nt the Muanu Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs, Ross nnd son nre
spending tho tall months In Switzer
land, and nro enjoying tho lino bcon
ery that country affords.
Mr. Ilohblns II. Anderson of Hono
lulu, was married on November first
io Miss Mary Morris, daughter of
Pago Morris, redornl Judge In Dululli,
Mich., but formerly of Virginia. The
wedding 'took placo .nt "Illghnoon" In
tho city of Dululli. Miss Mori Is comes
My mid Is hlglilj ate-imipllslii d. Hlio
has been taking vocal I'bsoii In Her
llii, (lorinany. for the past two yeart,
and but iwnlly returned from her
sojourn obtoail. Mr., Anderson, bo
ilings Io tlm law llriii of Kinney, Hal
lou. Prober and Anderson, mid Is
piomlneut, both socially nnd In n
huslniRS way. In those Islands,
Mrs.'euldetl 11. ktngxhury has been
the hoitsTr guest of Judge nnd Mrs
William vWliltnuy.K '
tyr,' and .Mrs. Dillingham's Theatre
i' Wty. ,"
J Thursday pvenlujr, .Mr. mid Mrs
'Waller Dlllliifihnm entertained nt .i
thrnjre party, In. honor of Miss Annlo
Orahaui. After' , tho performance at
the Oiphoiini, ,Hib cnliio party ad
Jotirned Io the Young Cafe and enjoy
Miss Ada Rhodes nfter a pleasant
visit with Pi liicots Knwunannkoa, nr
rived Tuesday on thu MongolliMIss
Rhodes looks prettier than everslnco
(ho took hcr'trlji to California.
and Mrs. D. Howard Hitchcock
Tuesday evening of next week, Mr
and Mrs. I). Howard Hitchcock will
entertain a number of their friends.
The fornrr Is a glflel artist of great
afdll y. Ills plctmes arc works of
art, he not only possessed nn arils
Ho local rcputntlcu, lint Is appreciat
ed abroad as well. The following In
vitation has been received:
Mr. nnd Mis. I). Howard Hitchcock
Tuerday evening November tho eighth
Klhihuiia Ait Lcaguo
eight to halt after ten o'clock
"A Summer In California."
Mrs. J A, Kennedy Jind her daugh
ter wero arrivals on the steamer Wll
helmlna. Miss Kennedy Is receiving
a royal welcome by hor jnany friends
Although It was a .rnlny .morning,
Wednesday, wli'ii tho Sierra sailed,
numerous friends of Dr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Hoffman wero nt the stonmor to
seo Ihrni off. This popular couplo
wero Indenfd with, fruit flowers and
caudles as parting gifts from their
many friends. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lord's Theatre Party.
Monday evening, Mr, ami Mrs. IC. J.
Lord entertained eight guests nl din
ner nt the Young Cafe, prior tp the
theatre. This party wan an Informal
affair. After dinner tlio host, lineleas
and their guests attended tho play nt
Tho homo of Mrs. y, CI. Irwin, will
bo tho sceno nl' one or the most Inlrr
csUng nffalrs of tho week In Ilia musi
cal Inlerprotntlon of 'Thais" to' lio glv
in next Friday evening by MJss Mnr-
garet Kemblo. The oriental opera has
been a favorite in Paris and New
York, but this Is tho first' opportnlty
that local society has had of hearing
the celebrated music by MaWiiPt.
The muslcalo will bo attended by a
largo number of' society peoplo. und
several dinner parties will precede tho
affair. S. F. Call.
At the l'leasanton.
Miss F.isn N. Drooko of Jmlludel
pbla entertained a few t)f lier'frlends
with a delightful danco at tho Picas
union Inst Saturday evening.
C. A. Wood nnd son, nnd his daugh
ter, Mrs. Caroline M. Mullen of Wood
stock, III., who have been touring tho
Islands with their Franklin car, 'palled
for homo per lust Korea, Thoy'Spont
six weeks at tho Pleusanton and ex
pect to return again next year..;
Mr. and Mrs. Olds ot Portland,' who
passed' through here last year un a
lour, of-f-tho world, were ngalnv reg
istered nt the l'leasanton. Mr.Olds
Is tho owner of Portland's largest de
pal Imcnt store, where ho employs
over 'iT'thqusunil people.
Among tho guests nt tho l'leasanton
uro Mr. nnd Mrs. (leorge II. Howard,
leaders ot tho popular Howard Com J
puny, nnd Mr. Robert McKIm,' the
Mrs. Lucy Painter ot Ilcdlands, who
is one or California's largest orange
growers, Is stopping nt the Pleusan
ton hotel und will sail for Australia
by next steamer, and on her return
expects to stop over for a month.
Among the guests at tho l'teannnlon
Hotel Is Dr. Victor S. Clurk. bead of
tho Immigration Dureuii of Hawaii.
KTUtHCD IIT J
A tlmple, line nd eftectlve trtitm'f nt
lor brobchUl trouble, avoiding drue.
Vsporlred Creiolene btops the paroxysms
of Whooping Couxh and relieves Croup: at
oneo, It U a boon to tulTerera Irbm
Asthma. The air rendered itrongly anil
eptlo Implred with every breath males
breathing easy, toothes the sore throat
and itopt ths couch, anurlngr reatlul
nhzhti. It It Invaluable to mothers with
bend poital (or de crtptlve booklet.
eptlo Throat Tab
lets for ths Irritated
throat. They are
Mmple, effectKe and
antlieptfc. ()( your
druggfct or from us
uic. in stamps,
ftom a very old and prominent fain
iftijiiiMriitty . ' Jfwm-