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Hf, 12 " "" EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 8, 1911. I
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in and min rm.i)i:i:if'K
Jouett Iiwny flitortnlmnl
III supper I'llduy tpnliiK
foiiiilliinnlnry to Mrs tftott
inn MIhs Miirg.iii.t Stott nf
Hiln, Iluw ill, mill Mr nml
Mrx MiDoniilil of Sunn
ltOM.I, C'ltlirorillll Oil llllltlfM
of Nlnlko himh woio iisim! for doc-
ypmtlxo purpows In the Interior of
yus iiamiKoiiic homo Tim riii-Mb
IVcic Routed nt two tnhlnrt' uhlih
Jtooio bciuitllkd Willi rnsi's Aiiiuiik
"tlmm. whn fiitnwiil flu, liuntiiilit w ,.r
'r mill Mrs rrcdorlrk Jewett Im
iey3 were Mr mnl Mijs Mrlioniild,
Mrs. Scott nml Miss Margaret Scott,
Gmomor mnl Mrs. Walter Freir, Mr
ami Mrs Ilric Kniidnoii, Judge nml
Mrs Philip Weupr, Mr npd Mrii
Fiedrolck Dwlght I-mir, Mlsi Mu
riel llouatt, Mis Jenslo KenniMly,
Jlr. Sherwood Irfiwtt'X. Mr Hobi rt
A Tlioiiiison mid Mr Hurt A Cl.uk
Mr. CliIlllnirHiirth's (Miiim
y.iiuiliitih. ' In compliment to the I'rlnreas Ka
inananakoi and Mrs Alan Jaeger of
'San Francisco, C.il . Mrs diaries
Clilllingnortli intprtitlnt d at u Chi
nese, luncheon I liu rn.l:i 'Ihiii fiun.
tlon wai ono of the most elaborate
functions that has er In in clun
In Honolulu rim llfteen cournes
that were sened cuimlstid of I'hl
iicbo lands that were eaten with
Chinese chonstockg. for iw'rwhlmr
' that wns not Oriental was tabooed
Thu thirteen guests and their homes
were seated at a long table toeied
with Canton linen, lieiuil) embrolilei
eu In ilruKons Tliiuiiglniiii the ('fil
ler of the table weie .iri.tnged 111 m-
darln ormigis and Ik lie iiiiih '1 lie
i repast was MrwU on rare ImporUd
' chlnuware This tostl cerke 111
hanced the beaut) of the table. The
place curds were uf starlet rice pa-
per, with the name of emli guist In
; Chinese hieroglyphics lleautlful Chi
nese girls, diesicd In their national
costume, burM.il the guestH and loii
, tributed to the Oriuntallsui of llio
8?ene Tho fuois were all of Chi
nest) wqrkmanship The sweetmeats
' imif candles, which, hj the wa, uro
I delicious were sened In quaint
, dllios of Canton china This inter
ftuiliment was u distinct unci ess, and
jwas beautiful as well as unique At
J the bridge tables, when 'this absorb-
Photo by Gurrey.
MRS. NELSON BAKER LANSING
Who Will Be the Honored Guest at Mrs, M. Edmund Gross
man's Reception on Easter Monday.
Ing game was plaed, prizes of haiid
cared sandalwood wtie bestoned
MesdanieB Alan Jaeger and Short
possess) d the highest si oris, and
were the winners of Ihese beautiful
trophies '1 hose who enod this
delightful nrfalr were the Princess
Kawunauakoa. Mrs Aim laeger, Mrs
lMwaid J Tlmberlake, Miss Claire
Williams, Mis 1Mk.ii llohlnson, Mrs
llare) Murra), Miss Maig.int Mc
lntre, Mis Wultei M.nfiilane, Mrs
Clareme Sliort, Miss IMIlh Willi mis.
'supier danco" that was glen Sil
ilidnj eenlng at I.uakalii the sub
urban home of Mr and Mrs Chntles
Atheilon Over Ihlil) oung Kiipl
weie piescnl This lommodloiis home
.was festooned with mount liu gieens
ami elaborated ikeorated with ihmij
()n tills occasion "Mr and Mrs Clies
tor I.ltliiKiloti chapeioned A lln
wnlian ipilnlet club furnished excel
lent music ami (lie part) of )ouug
people dipped Hie light fantastic un
til a lale hour 'this delightful affaii
Mrs William Williamson, Mrs Harry i UR Rl,.n under the nusplies of the
How 25c. Can Be Made to Save
Hundred! of Dollars
True economy is the spending of
"money to the best advantage, and
there is no better household econ
omy than the purchase and use of
Stearns Electric Uat and Koach
A 25c box will often prevent the
destruction of hundreds of dollars
, of property, by thorough! exUrm-
i mating the rats and mice which
gnaw and eat articles of value It
fs also sure death to cockroaches,
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I the cenuinc; 25c and $1 00 Stearns
Electric Paste Co . Chicago, 111.
i: Muira) and Miss lieue Ukkson
Mr, l'irt) Hiitm's Card Pari).
Mrs Percy Morse was It he hostess
lit u delightful bridge pirl) Thursday
afternoon The pretty home of the
Morses was uttractlvil) deiorakd
with vellow ilirjs.nillii nuiiiiH, core-
I opsls and violets SHU hosiery weie
uwalded as plies Tho guests who
won these dalut) prizes were Mrs
S.i)ers, Mrs Illerbnch and Mis C C.
Morse '1 he latter Is the mother of
Mr Peny Moise '1 lie cnteitaln-
i meiit was given in her honor, and
Miss Moore of louii, who was an
other complimented guest The card
phi) Ing begun lit half after two ami
continued until r o'tloik, when le
lklous lefn sliinenls were kmvkI
Among those pusint beside (he lios
tcs4 and her guests of honor weie
Mrs lohn I'll lulng, Mrs It 0 Mooie.
XIrs John Diew, Mrs Pied Wnlilion,
Miss riorence (lurie). Miss Iannia
I.joii, Mis Willie Schluldt, Mis
Ilaneberg, Mrs luck lohnson, Mrs
Lent. Mrs Arthur Davidson, Mis
L)crs, Mrs Lindsay, Mis S.ores. Mrs
(Iiorge Angus, Mrs Oeoige Kluegel,
I Mrs Charles Hon, Mis Illerbnch, ills
Pied Potter. Mis Oat, Mrs I) M
.Da), Mrs Ceoige DivIiIfoii. Mrs 'Ihe
odoie I.mslng. Mrs Philip l'n ar.
Mis M irsloii Cmuphdl, Mrs Nflsou
I Il.iker Uiuslng mid olhus
A niimhei of
weie nlrown over the d im.isk itoth,
providing u stunning efficl. 'I he i
malmler of tho nfti rnoon will be lie
rotid to Inldge Auiuug Mrs Alite
Ilrown's Invited guests vvue Mrs J
V V llngens, Mrs John Palmer,
Mrs Frederick Klebiihu, Mis James
Doughert), Mrs Tkbuils, Mis J. Mor
ton Hlggs, Mis Ileni) Along, Mn
Coney mid Miss Ni uinaiin
Primes- Mill .Sail en pill II.
April 14 Is the date Unit the Prin
cess Kiiwiiuanakoa has chosen to
leave "Hawaii ne" foi the main
land The Prtnci ss will liol, tin it In
San Priinehuo, bill will m ikiT a bul
lied trip across to Ni u oU, In or
der to witness the (ibulil-drnhniii
wedding Prom New Villi she will
sail for Hurope, mid in i.v decide to
tike n t riii aioiiud the world 'I hero
Is nlwa)s gieit Mieial aitivitv in It
iiotulii while Ibis beaiilirul )ouug so-
del) woman Is here, hut there Is also
a notlreablo tessatloit of soi lal enler-
lulnnieiilK after her depaitiire 'I he
Pilneens Is planning to lemiiii awav
for a twelvemonth
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macfarlnne'r, Din.
Olio of the predion dinners of the
week was given Mrmtm evenlnu nv
Vr ami MrB Harry Maefarlane Tills
dinner was In coinnlhmnt to l.leui
Colonel and Mrs Samuel Wndsvvorih
ockt girls woio
Minutes Club, the iiiembeis are all
well known society lolk nf this ell)
These club members gave u
week-end p-irly fiom Pildav unlil '
Wediiesdn) Ihe "male porsu islon
motored to Luakuhii S.iluidi) even
ing mid dhl not return until Sundu)
Milling those present wcio Mi and
Mrs Clusltr Livingston the Mlss's
llcsslo and Alice Hoppei Marth i utnl
Itulh .McChesnev, Conk Ha mid M.ir
Jorlo allmau llco III own, Hello Mr
t'oirlston Until Kichaids Muriel ln
watt, lullelle and l.auin Mheito'i
Pminio Hoogs Helen tllivln, Ksthcr
Kopke, Helen Not Hi Carile Mcl.ea I
i:thel McKenzle, LMn.i Curtis, lllan
che Sopei, Messrs Hob McCorrlstou
lleit Clark. Waller IDnofl (lliroid
Wliltnev W I.JIUPI I) Lirsou, 1
1 1 win. Hob C.illou Osw ild Hind, P.
Noltage, Chailes MiWone, 'Pi.iiu
Hoogs, Wllllo Morgan, Hob Tliomp
sou I) Kicker, lack (iuaiil Oseir
Ml Collision Hmolii Hear, Vliueut
flelioves, Watson II illeiitviie
Mr-. Mlie Ilrown's llililge I.iiui liiiin.
Mrs I P C llageus Is the honor
id guest this afternoon at u violet
lirlils," linn In nil which was pieslded
over b) Mis AIIih lliouu Thlr ill
Jo)iible i iileilalument is being givtn
at the Until Coin Hand The phue
curds were extiemely nttr.iclivo liuud
paiiittd affairs, being gnrlmided with
vlolits A huge cut-glass howl 1111-
td with vlolits provtil a beautiful
Dunning, who mo waim pcisonil
friends of the host and hostess in
fact Mrs Dunning and Mrs llauv
Mncfarl me were rloso friends whn
tliev resided In San Pranelseo prloi
to their marriage the) both belus
great belles of llio metroM)lls of Ihe
West Tho "violet dinner" on Mnn
dav pioved mi cnjovulile affnir Ihe
table wiih banked with thesi purpli
lined lloweis, the guest cauls weie
oiniinenled with vlolels Covers wue
laid for night dill Ing dinner i Hi
wallan orchestra plujcil After litis
lepast the host and hostess ami their
guokts Joined tho meriy Huong of
dancers mid 'hipped tho light fantas
tic" until It wnn time to minor to
Ihe boat fin the tiauspoit Ctook sail
ed nt elevin o cluck. Among Ml npd
Mrs Hnrr Mncfailane's guests weie
Dunning, Mr and Mrs, Hicliard Ivcrs,
l.t Col mid Mis Runnel Wadswiiilh
Mis Adams or Chk'igo. lit mnl Mr
K Paxoii Hlshiiri.
Lieut, ant Mrs. Dull'j Dinner,
Lieut mid Mis Hull of the Thli
Iceiith Caviilo. Umleicil an unjo)
ablo dinner to ten of theli friends
This function was given at tho Alu
nniler Young Until The liundsonie
1) nppoliiUd table vvns massed with
liuig Rlieined ineilcan lleaiil) losei
'Ihe dliinei rivois rjjir (ho women
weie loisiM' lioiHiuels of Iheso Iluw
The plate ends weie pin and Ink
sketches depleting si:i lies to things
that had happi iihi! on tho tinns
poit ns all tho guests were travel-
or Mis Wnteiliouao exquisite loses
oiuamented this beaullful home these
lloweis formed an effecllvo decoration
on the buffet table from which tho
tlnlnty viands for Iho luncheon were
rned Among those Invited lo moot
Ho guest of honor were Mis Chnrlei
l'lsion and Miss I'liine) of Califor
nia Mis Krle Knudstn Miss (ler
irmle Hmdlng Miss lleatrhe Hols
worth Mrs Hrnest Wiilerhouso Mrs
I O Young Miss Ilnrtwell Mr
llruco Mncknll, Mm Alfred Uinro)
Cnsllo Mrs Pieileilck Dwlght Iivv
uy Mrs Chnilos Wnllo Miss Catli
eilue Cioodnle and otheis
Captain and Mrs. Marlx'i Supper,
Cnplnlii mid Mrs Arllmi Mnrlx's
farewell supper was kunly onjoveil
liv Ihe guests who lint tlclialci1 In this
dellglilful affair Tho ciilertilnmeni
v us given Satuiday i veiling In
honiii ol LI -Col and Mis Samuel
Wndsworlh Dunning ami Cjptaln mid
Mis Pioilerlrk llmnsev Tho color
rehemo was girep and while Shnsl i
tl ilsles mid siullnx plaj ct n promin
ent part in Iho deconllve scheino
D'nlinr Iho evelng numerous rubbeis
of Inldge whist woro onjo)ed AinruiK
Ihoso present worn- Admiral mid
Mis Cowles. (lenernl ami Mrs Mi
fonih, LI Colonel nml Mis Suniiel
Wndswoilh Dunning Ciplulu mil
Mis l'redorlck Itnmsev Major mid
Mis Neville Ml mid Mrs Piedeilen
Klnnip Mis Pardee of Port Shaflpr
Miss IMIth Cowles, Miss Kalherlno
mephens Lieut lllnli Lit ill Parson-'
I IUIiiiii llrltlge Club.
Mis Poster, wife of Colonel PoMer
or Ihe rifih Cavalry made the highest
in die ut the Lellehilt Hrldge Club,
mid was awarded tho llrst prln,
whkh was ii handsome einbiolileteil
silk big, Ihe second prize was won
liv Mis Cliarles Wnlcull, wife of
Captain Walcutt, this ilalnt) souvenir
was an embroidered lard rase 'Iho
club numbers nut with Mis Hanson,
and an enJo)iibte afternoon wan
spent After the scores h id been
added, and Ihe piDeii allolttd, dell
i lous lefiesliineiitii weie served
Among those present were Mrs Post
er, Mis De Wilt, Mrs Orion, Mrs
Parki r, Mis Wutiutt, Mrs Paulkner,
Mis Oregon, Mrs Scales and olheiii
Miss JoMihIne Super's 'lea,
Tuesdu) afternoon Miss Josephine
Sopei was the hostess at a 4 o'cloik
It a, that was given In honor of Mrs
llansin, wife of the acting manager
or Kikalia Plantation on Kauai Pink
blgoiilas and spirea foimed u prelty
and effeelive ikioiatlou Mis Chtis
M Porstei, a toiislii of tlte hosli ss
ponied tea Among those present
-were Mrs Chailes like of Kauai,
Mis Thomas J King, Mrs Slovens,
Mis Dull Wutoiuinu, Mis Allan llot-
tomlt), Mrs Suiitligate, Mis Chuilei
Pursier, .Miss Harnard, the Mlssea
Whlttlug. Mrs Wllllnm II Super, the
Misses lord in. Miss lleitrke Hols
woilh ami olheis
.Siiitlur nml Mr. I'rlc humlMii's
Senator mid Mis Hrlc Knudsen of
Kauai, who me living at the Hotel
Pleasnulon, have bien giving a scries
of dlmieis One of the most enjo)
alde ones was given Tuesil i) evening.
In Ihe inhale dining mum of tills
hot. I I lie oiiasloti was (iinipll
minliii) to Mi ami Mrs Charles
like Among llui-e who putkipated
In tills dcllghtrul ulTair weie Mi mid
Mis Wildei, Dodoi ami Mis Hrnest
Watei house, Mrs Piederkk Water-
house, Ml and Mis Chailes lllce, Mr
Cnitrnnr ami Mrs. I'leur's At Home.
Print ess Kavviin ui.ikna Lull rliilns.
Major nml Mr. Neillle's Ilium r.
Mr. mnl Mrs. I'rnlirlik .IiimII Low-
rej's Sujinir. ,
Mrs. Mall rlieim's llufi'it tailirliinii.
Mr. nml .Mrs. llnrrj .M.ufarlane's
Ciiil.iln ti ml Mrs, Hosier's TllnniK
-MNs er.i Ililiiioii's Pknlc Siiiiit.
eiiilnr nml Mis. IviiiiiIm'u's Dinner.
MNs Smier's I O'dtiik Ti.i.
Cupl.iln mnl Mrs. Mark's Suppir.
Mr. mnl Mrs. (fnrtli)'s Dlnni r.
Mrs. (linrlis I'lillllnguiirlli's lllmirr.
Mini, mnl Mrs. I tin Smith's Dinner.
Mr, Mllliiiu (a tie's I.imicIkiui.
Supper Hume at l.u.iKiilui.
Mini, nml Mrs. (Ingor)'s Ilium r.
lalliliuii Hrldge Huh.
Mrs. rrlc IuiuiIm u's irnnls 'li.i.
Mis. WllllatiiMin's l.um liitiii,
Mr. ami Mrs. Mfrtd Cuslli's lllmiir.
I.IhiI. nml Mis. Hull's liluiiir.
Mr. mnl Mr. Mini's lllmiir.
Uiiliiesdii) Hrldge ( lull,
Mr. Pt rt Mnrsi's Curd Pari).
Mrs. Mice Ilrown's laimhiiiu.
I It ill. Iluimi's lMmii r.
Mrs. M. rdiiinnil llrtissuiiin's Itirip-
Mr. rlliur Mat liNmi's Hrldge Part).
Mr. nml Mrs, I'rtil llatt.irlaiii's Sup-
Dr. (Iirkt's lllmiir.
Jh. Paul lyiilnrg's Slug lllmiir.
-. -' " ' ' " -'' !'-"ti9(' iWv.'
'$& a && iff s?cycp
lo'tph (llluiaii. mid Mm Piaiicls Di
mon dlspniseil le-i and coffee In the
dining loom About two hundred
callers paid their respects
Mrs. NIIIIuiiimiii's laiiit In mi.
Mis Plain Is (la) who is being Ihe
Imeiitlve for liiiiueioiis soilal func
tions, was tho guest of honor Mou
tin) at a luncheon that was glviu at
the I.ulles Annex, ut the Unlveislty
Club, by Mrs Williamson Tho huge
circular table was massed with vio
lets and innlden hah Those heated
around tills beautifully appointed
table, and enJo)Iug tlin hospitality of
this famed hostess were the Princess
Kiiwmuinakoi, Mis Pranels (lay, Mrs
Hugo llcrrcr, Mis J Morton Hlggs,
Mrs llobert Homl, Mrs Hrlc Knud
sen, Mis Cliarles Piston, Mis Wal
ter Miicfiirlmie, Mrs Hrnest Hoss,
Mrs Silas Pierce, Mrs J P C Hag
ens, Miss Mono Dkkson, Mrs Henry
Along, Mrs James Dougherty, Mrs
Picdeilck Damon and Mis Cliarles
ois mi llw, KliiM lil in nii.l tiprsrinnl
filends these "lake olTh" cuncil much '' t.Huiillil ami others
meirlmetit l.leui and Mis Hull woio J
cousins of Miss Lisa Hrookc, n pin- l-'tmi nor anil Mrs. Preai's lliu plliin.
niliient voting soclelv gill of Wasliliig- Suineious t.illers iiiiliriuid the op
Ion, I) C, who spent sK inonlhs In poilunil) of enJo)lng the Imsplialil)
Ihese Islands of Coveinoi nml Mis Waltir Pi cm.
-...!... . r. ., . ttll, ""' KKlved Mnnd.1) aflei-
Mrs. Frederick Waterlioiwe's Duffet hUnii.ti , horns of tluee and
M.Unpied0en.lek Wateihouso Mm ' ;"'"; '""" tt"1","
of this week's hosless, at a buffei " lr numeioiis friends and :ii(iialnt
luuclieon thai was givtn In honoi of a"l,s e"J"y At Mimday's gilhirlng
Mis WIIiox of Kauai Tlilii iillalr 5" r't f Hllo, assisted (lovernor
Everybody Admires a Beautiful Complexion-
DR. T. FEUX GOURAUD'S
i iiir"Tri "Immii ,
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1 jUUKCMrnrn wwi vvneu.
tm lWCi?iIH wisiiiwiiiji ni- ua, i
LsIjI r icv"y?r?,TT:. m
vn3 I r.xrH-Hvsr i
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIF1ER
?n Indispensable and Delightful 1
for Fashionable Women.
A dally neccnilty for tho lmlles' toilet
whether ut home or while traveling It
protec ts tho vklu from Injiuiouii oiTcctt
of tho element, Blvc a wonderfully of
fectivo botiuty to thn tomnloxlon. It Is a
pi-rftct noii-(.rcuy lollct Cream and poii
Itlvcly will not cituno or omourauo tho
growth of buir which all tndks Mhould
Ruurd against when sploctlncr a toilet pre
paration Whin iliinclng, bow lint,- or oth
er exertion heat the skin. It prevent a
Gouraud' Oriental Cream ha been
highly recommended by plDslclans, nrt
ressos singer and women of fushlon for
over half a century anil cannot be ur-
f staged when preparing for dally or even
Gouraud' Oriental Cream cure Skin
Ttemovea 'tun, llmple, lllacklipailt, Moth
centerpiece lamg-slcmiiiid violets was given on Thursda), at tho homo land Mis Pitm In teething .Mis
nifipnjii'fl ntid rAllpVf Kiinhtlrn.
Ilitclie Hash, Preckloa and Vulvar ltedness. Yellow and Muddy Skin, giving
n dellcutcly clear nnd rellned comploxlon which cvtry woman desire.
No, It I'or sale by Druggist and Taney Goods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins. Prop.. 37 Great Jones Street, New York.
m m - "- t i -1 M
Children's Trimmed Hats
There will be a special display a f these beginning
Monday, April 10th
Don't fall to ee them. Like the ladies hats, they will be pronounced the
prettiest hat in town.
A largo assortment of fancy and plain pongee linen and silk parasols,
hemstitched, hand-embroidered and with fancy bands, from $1.50 up.
The 'ollowlng are a few of the latest arrivals in this department!
Fine quality White Lace Collars and Cuff Sets, from $ I. DO up
White Lace Dutch Collar 100 up
White Lace Yokes with Collars Attached 3 00 up
Real Lace Bertha . 1200 up
A large assortment of new white band laces from 60c a yard up.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
For afternoon or evening wear there is nothing so "chic" as a becoming
eolol veiled in harmonious or contrasting Marquisette or Chiffon Cloth. We
have some exquisite effects in these which sell at a very moderate price.
In addition to the above, we are showing some new and boautiful pieces
of FOULARDS and MESSALINES with Trimmings to match.
FORT and BERETANIA
A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY of NEW, UP-TO-DATE
GOODS. Every department
has been replenished with the very newest
creations. It will certainly pay you to look
Magnificent Showing of Easter Millinery
The woman who delights in expressing elegance and re
finement in millinery, without paying extravagant prices, will
find just what she wants in our store. We have a large num
ber of Beautifully Trimmed Hats all suitable for Easter wear,
and each showing by its style and grace the benefit of having
our Milliner personally select all our millinery at the Eastern
New and stylish White Serga Suits, weight suitable for our climate,
botlt coats and ckirts of tho very latest cut. Price $25.
All alterations neatly executed froe of charge.
THE CHRISTY WAIST
Wo carry an extensive lino of these celebrated waists in the latest 1911
styles. Somo exquisite hand embroidered patterns in delicate colors; other
In blauk and white. From 3 DO up.
Be sure and ask for the "Christy."
AT OUR GLOVE COUNTER '
Hire you will find popular makes of guaranteed gloves.
FowncV Glnce Kid Cloves, ID-button length; white, black, tan and
brown, at . . , $3 00
White Suede Gloves, IG-button length, at ,,, 200
Glace Kid Cloves, 2-clasp; grey, white, black, tan and brown,, at , 1.25
White Clinmois Gloves, tho kind that washes, at , 125
Tan Gauntlet Gloves, nt . .. . 1,75
All the above are guaranteed,
Fownes' 1C-button-lengtli Silk Gloves, in black and white, at $1.25
Fownei' 1 C- button - length Silk Cloves, in brown, grey and blue, at . , 1.75
Fownes' 1C-button length Silk Gloves, extra fino quality, at ,. 200
OPPOSITE FIRE STATION
Sachs Dry Goods Co.
ln,t..,,ofO-iii)ftli-n" in lH?- "J