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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,, SATURDAY. APB. 1G, lOtt.
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THU member of Uic Pacific Club
will have a ladle-' nlKlit Mon
day, April the twentv-fourtu.
This entertainment will be In
the form of a "dinner dance."
Formal limitations lnivo not
been Issued, each member of
tho club Is privileged to Invite guests
to dinner. Hawaiian singing boys will
furnish the music, later In tbe even
liiB, dancing will be enjoyed. Tho
smart net aio on the qui le over this
approaching event, for the 400 of Ho
nolulu have been bidden to tho ut
falr. All the cnteitnlnmciits that the
Pacific Club IntH given, lino been n
distinct success, this promises to
equal. If not rival former affairs.
Mrs. John Kennedy's Children's Party.
.Mrs. John Kennedy Is giving Mils
uftcrnoon an elaborate children's par
ty, at her pretty home on Twelfth
Avenue, at Kiilmukl. About tlitr
chlldrcn are Rifted, this part of the
tlclpate in this delightful affair, that
Is being Riven In honor of Mrs. Ken
nedy's chlldien. The Interior of the
home Is decorated with banana plant,
palms and cocoauut leaves, producing
u tropical effect. A large table Is ur
" ranged In tho dining room, vvhcio the
' children will be seated for refresh
ments, in the ccnlur of the table,
will be a larse fancy basket filled with
daisies and buttercups Interspersed
with maiden hair ferns Kach child
place will be designated by a lei a
wieath of (lowers nnulo of butter
cups, these garlands will be worn
during tho nttoruoon. Tho caudles
will be served In cornucopias, fash
ioned out ot heavy colored paper, or
namented with liaud-pnlntcd Mowers
and tlod with yellow satin ribbon.
Tho favors for tlds delightful nffalr
pertain to the approaching Raster
tide. After refieshmcnts an Impromp
tu musical program will bo given,
consisting of Instrumental and vocal
duets, lecltntlons, etc. Tho hostess
chlldt en arc gifted, this part nf the
entertainment will bo retidciod en
tlroly by the young folk. Lnterjuveh
Ho games will bo enjoyed on tho
large lawn surrounding (his homo.
Among those Invited aro: Misses
Frances A. Clark, Aloha Clark, Goldlo
Charlock, Sylvn Charlock, Honnlo
Towse, llarharn Ilcrgstrom, Miss U
0. Drown, K. Wilkinson, T. McLean,
Cecilia Kennedy, Vera Kennedy, .Mas
tors Allen Bcrgetroni, IM .Tow se, John
Do Bolto, Jl. Morse, Joseph Sweety,
Harold Taylor, John Kennedy. Vin
cent Kennedy,' Alphonsus Kennedy,
Kelly Blown, Arthur Brown.
Humane Society Meeting.
Tho last meeting of the Humano
Society proved very Important, for a
number of Interesting matters, per
taining to tho society, wero discuss
ed. Mr George A. Blown, toolj tho
chair as president pro tern, and has
consented to occupy this oflleo until
Mrs. Sanford Ballard Dole, tho pre
sident of the society returns from her
European trip. Mr. Blown Is Intense
ly Interested In humano matters, and
has done somo splendid work on these
lines. Ho possesses great cxccutlvo
ability, and keen judgment and this
organization Is fortunate .In having
him at tho head. This society Is
working now on a plan to provldo tho
means of having stray dogs asphyxiat
ed, Instead of shot. President
Brown has consulted Sheriff Jnrrott on
tho subject, tho latter has expressed
his willingness lo assist all ho can In
this humano work. It Is almost assur
ed that this plan will bo In vogue. In
a couplo of months. Tho meeting of
I his society novo been changed from
tho first Monday In each month, to
tho first Friday Tho subject was
brought up, that If theso moetlngs oc
curred In the afternoons, thcro would
bo a lnrgo attendance. The hour has
been changed as vvoll as tho day. In
tho future tho society will moot In
tho lounging room or tho Alexander
Young Hotel, on the first Friday of
each month, at threo o'clock Tho
next meeting will occur on Iho Bth or
May, a largo attendauco is desired
Miss McChcsney's Dinner.
Saturday evening an enjoyable
dnnco was given by tho Misses Mc-
iJJ, iS fri (Ji S
When a Rat
ha feels as tbough ,
lis bad snallowtKl
rushes out of
water. It lithe tat
minator for rats,
-water bug, etc
vsaa ei.ou. a,M Ktttr
. STEARNS'ELEOTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago, III.
Cliesncy at their home on tho corner
or Kewnlo at i cot and Wilder avenue.
The house had been converted Into
a lloral bower by means of potted
palms and white marguerites. Tho
entertainment was given In honor of
Miss Kdtia Curtis and was not a largo
aUnlr. only Iho ounger members or
tho "Minutes Club" were Invited. At
eleven o'clock a buffet supper was
served During tho evening a Ha
waiian Quintet Club furnished the
music The danco programs made
pretty souvenirs, they wero hand
painted with garlands of daisies, and
the names of tho different Instrumcn-;
tnl pieces selected for the deux
temps and waltzes wero lettered In
gold. Among thoso present wero be
side the two pretty hostesses, MIsb
IMna Curtis, Miss Mnrjorle Oilman.
Miss Juliette Atherton, Miss Corde
lia Oilman, Mis-I.aura Atherton, Miss
i:thcl McKenzle, Miss Fannlo Hoogs,
Miss Marjorlc Chnpln, Miss Muriel
Howatt. Miss Marlon Chnpln, Miss
Cnrrlo Mcl-cnn, Mr. Itonatd MrOiow,
Mr. Larson, Mr. Irwin, Mrs. (Ilgnonx,
Mr. Frank Hoogs, Mr. Arthur Hlch
ards. Mr. Kenneth Abies, .Mr. William
Morgan. Mr. Oudcrklrk. Mr. Alexan
der Anderson. Mr.- Harold Gear, Mr.
Pcrcv Nottagc, Mr. Charles Mclenn,
Mr. O. Hind of Hawaii, Mr. Jack
Guard anil others.
Mrs. Gartenbern's Hrldfle Party.
Hoses, begonias and amaryllls dec
orated the pretty homo of Mrs. A.
Onrtenbcrg, when she entertained nt
bridge Monday afternoon, complimen
tary to her houso guest. Mrs. Jacoby.
Hand embroidered handkerchiefs con
stltutcd the prizes. These dainty nt-
fairs word won by Mrs. Philip Peck,
Mrs. B. i:. Paxton. Mrs. Zumwalt, Mrs.
Phillips and Miss Peck. A delightful
afternoon was spent, many Interest
ing rubbers wero placd. During tho
playing, cooling boverages ot fruit
punch was served, and latter In the
afternoon claboralo refreshments
wero served. Among thoso present
woro Mrs. Hocking. Mrs. Frazler, MrR.
rhlllp Peck, Mrs. U. V. Paxton, Mrs.
Tom Wall. Miss Davis, Miss Falk.
Miss Hoffman, Mrs. Mannlc Phllllpj,
Miss Claire Williams, Mrs. Mjcr, of
San Francisco, Mrs. M Edmund
Grossman, Miss IMIth Williams, Mrs.
Clarence Short, Mrs. Theodore Lan
sing, Mrs. Nelson I). Lansing, Mrs.
Schweitzer, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Zuin
vvnlt, Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, Mis.
Hlrshfcld of San Francisco and oth
Mr. and Mrs. Projser'.j Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. F. Prosscr were
host and hostess at an "orchid din
ner" that was glvon Tuesday evening
In compliment to Senator nnd Mrs.
Charles Itlco of Kauai. The colors
chosen for the decoration schemo
wero pink and lavender. In tho cen
ter of the table, palo pink and lav
ender orchids, filled n lnrgo cut glass
bowl, sprays of theso beautiful flow
ers and sprigs or maiden hair Terns
wero scattered over Iho damask
cloth. Tho place cards wcio In pink
and lavender. Tho dinner favors wero
sprnys of orchids. Handsome silver
candelabra with pink candles nnd
shades formed ji lrandsomo accessory
for tho tabic. Tho chandelier was
festooned with green malic and the
electric lights wero shaded with pink
silk shades. Among thoso who par
ticipated In this enjoyable affair wero
Senator and Mrs. Charles Illco, Doe
tor and Mrs. Hobdy and Judgo and
Mrs, William Whitney.
The Princess Entertained at a Chinese
Tho Princess Kavvananakoa was en
tertained at a Chinese luncheon, Wed
nesday, prior to her departure for
F.nrnpc. Chinese Allies' formed an
appropriate decoration for this affair.
Tho Chlneso viands wero eaten with
carved ivory chop stlrks, and tho
rlilna ware was of tho llncst 'Canton
china. Tho placo curds were band
painted Chlneso men and women. At
the conclusion of this delicious mid
day repast tho gnosis adjourned to
tho drawing room and participated In
bridge whist. Among Ihnso present
were tho Princess Knwananakoa,
Mrs Walter Macrailnno, Mrs. Charles
Hlce, Mrs William Wllllanibon, Mis
Charles Chlllliigworth, Mrs. Henry
Afong, Mrs Jnmos Dougherty, Mrs
Hedemuu, Miss Ireno Dlckbon and
Mr. and Mrs. A. R, Gurrey's Dinner.
Mr and Mrs. A It. Gurroy enter
tained Sunday, .at Ihelr beautiful homo
at Walklkl. In honor or Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Worcs. Mr. Gurroy and Mr.
Wores are friends of long standing
This dinner was curried out In while
and green. Brides roses bolng lavish
ly used ns a decoration. Tho placo
cards wero nand-pnlnted Cupids. Mr
and Mrs Wores wore In Honolulu on
their wedding tilp, so theso decoia
tlons were uppropilato in every way.
I all silver candle sticks, ornamented
with silver filigree shades, lined with
green satin and frlngod with beaded
fringe, lent added beauty to tho clr
cillnr tablo that glistened with cut
glass nnd beautiful silver. The din
ner was sorved on rare old China
that were heirlooms In tho family,
ij, .. ,j. Si iji S if, ij
arranged for thin
.Mr. mid Mr. Tarlatan Lulerlnlit on
' Mr. and Mr. Tarlatan eiilerlalned
at luutheon Sunday nt a "picnic"
that was given In honor of tho Misses
l'nrnsvvorth of San Joi.c, who nie vis
iting In Honolulu. This enjoyable
outing was hold at Dr nnd Mrs.
Charles llrynnt Cooper's homo on XII.
Tanjalus. Some of the guests lodo
horseback, while others dime up.
The more energetic ones tramped up
the mountain side. A delirious lunch
eon was scrvedunder thi spreading
koa trees. After luncheon Mr. and
Mrs. Tarlatan nnd their guests mado
tho ascent of Mti Tantalus, tho Coop
ers' bungalow being sltnaled on tho
slopes of Ibis mountain about two
thirds of tho way up. Among thoso
High! covers wcio
Mr. and Mrs. Dulcn1irrg's Dinner.
Tho Hotel Plcasaiiton was the sel
ling for nn elaborate dinner Tuesday
evening, when tho manager nnd his
wife, Mr. and Mrs. I'dward Outsell
berg, entertained In honor of Miss
Allco Both and Mr. Frank Thompson,
whoso engagement was announced
recently. Pink roses mid trailing as
paragus fern ornamented the evnul
sltoly appointed table. The placo
cards wero hearts, adorned with cup
Ids. Covers wero laid for eight.
Miss Vera Damon and Miss Bea
trice Castle left on tho Klnau, Tues
day, lo visit Doctor and Mis. Putnam
on Kauai. Theso two social favorite
will bo tho mollf for much entertain
ing on the Garden Isle.
MIs Vera Damon's .Moonlight Picnic.
Miss Vera Damon entertained at a
moonlight picnic In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Ovvlght Low ivy, Mdri
day evening. About twenty joung
people participated In this enjoyable
outing. Supper was served on tho
lawns at Moaualua, nt Iho homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Samuel Damon, who aro an
uncle and aunt or the hostess. The
party motored to this beautiful coun
try homo and enjoyed a swim in the
natltorlum before supper. This dip
In tho fresh water lank whetted their birthday. This party Is ntt out-nf-appetltcs
for tho delicious supper, 'door affair and is being blveu nt tho
full Justice being done to the dainty Hotel Pleasanton. On account of to
vlnnds. Tho green lawn was strung 1 morrow being Kastcr there will bo
with Chlneso lanterns. This illumi- an egg hunt on tho Ihvvn. Although
nation was almost unnecessary, for Mrs. Krle Knudsen Is one of tho lead
llic brilliant light of the moon shed ! era In the social world she Is a lic
it radianeo over the affitlr that rival- i voted mother as well lively thing
cd any artificial Illumination. Among has been planned by this handsome
thoso present nt this nffalr were Miss i young mother to promote (he plens
Bcatrlco Castle, Miss Jessie Ken- j lire of the children. Innumerable
nedy, Miss Allco Cooke, Miss Achilles Juvenile games will he onjojod, and
ot Rochester, N V, Miss IMIth i bon-bons nnd Raster favors will bo
!$ S 5 i -i $'
deed a gala day for tho Hoy guests.
Senalui nnd .Mi v. Krlc Iviiiidscn's
A coterie of joung people enjoyed
tho hospitality of Senator and Mis
Krlc Klmdscu nt a dinner dance,
when Ihey entertained In honor of
Miss Juliette llnilwcll, at tho Coun
try Club, Wednesday evening. Yellow
and Rleen wero chosen as the color
I'cheiue. Yellow toicopsis and smititx
formed it beautiful decoration with
accessories 'of silver candelabra with
yellow silk shades. The lion bons,
dinner favius nnd place cards wero
can led out In tones of yellow. After
dinner dancing was enjoyed until a
lalo hour. Mis Knudsen looked
handsome in yellow satin, with nn
,$ $$$$$, $$$&$ $;$$ $$$$S&3$&5$$ $&!
present wero Iho Misses Farnsworth, ' overdress of blue and gold Theso
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace .Farrlngton,
Mr. and Mrs. John Drew. Mr. and Mrs.
Wnttor Wall, Lieutenant nnd Mrs.
Pratt, Mrs. Smith, Miss Lindsay. Mr.
Young, Lieutenant Johnson, and oth
ers. .Mr. Ililc Knuilscn's Clillilrcnx'
Mrs. Kile Knudsen Is entertaining
thlijy "llltlo tots" this afternoon at
a children's paity that Is being giv
en In honor of her Joung sou, Master
Valdemnr l'Orango Knudsen's first
tolors woio particularly becoming lo
her brunette typo of bounty.
President drliVdhs' Dinner.
President (IrllutliH eiiteitalned tho
local membeis of Hie Beta Thet.i PI
flaterulty on Iho evening of April
I. This dinner Is what Is known In
fraternity terms as "a Beta Oorg"
Tho colleges represented nl this
gathering weio from Maul lo Cali
fornia. Tho rnlor scheme for the
table was In the fraternity colors,
pink nnd blue. The table wim es
pecially pretty and unique, having
been under the peisonal supervision
or Mrs. Grllllths. Thero was u spe
cial menu, nnd the fnvors were Beta
Hags. Among Piesldelit C.rlllllhs'
guests weie Wallace It Farrlngton,
Mr. Charles Ocde, Mr. Itlley II Allen,
Lieutenant Prlee, II S. A., Dr Victor
S. Chuk, nnd Mr. 11. T. Chase.
Popular Soclelj (Mil N(d .Coining
Home I nil! Christina".
Tho friends of Miss Hdltli Spalding
Dwlght Jiwioy, Mr nnd Mrs. Sutton, given the little ones. Jt will be In- royal welcome on her leturn to Do-
WASHINGTON IS SCENE OF SOCIAL WAR THIS SEA
MANY CLAIMANTS FOR LEADERSHIP OF THE SMART SET
Mr. mill Mrs. . Lewis, Jr., Dinner.
line boon ut I'liher-llj Club.
.Mr. and Mrs. M. I'. Prober's Dinner.
Dinner Bailee at Cciunlrj Club.
Mlis Vera Damon's Supper Pint).
Mr. .1. N. Walker's Luncheon.
.Mr-. Krlc Kiiudcn's Children's Pari.
Judge mid Mrs. Whittle' Dance.
President Crlililhs' lllnncr.
Mr. mid Mrs. T. j. King's Dinner.
Mrs. limine) Kenll's Luncheon.
Mr. hih! Mr. Tarlcliui's Timtnliis
Mr. mid Mrs. i:. DuWenlicrg's lllnncr.
Mr. mid Mrs. Paul I.seiihergS Lunch
eon. .Mrs. I.'. A. Jones' Luncheon.
.Mr. and Mrs. Gurrey's Dinner.
Mrs. .1, Morion lilggs Luncheon.
Ml. John henne.lj's Children's P.trl
Miss I'loieuce Hoffman's Dinner.
.Misses Mrflicsiicj'.s Dame.
.Mr. mid Mr.s. I'. .1. I.oniej's Picnic
Mrs. ('iirteiihcrg'N Bridge Part.
.Mr. mid .Mrs, George Klucgcl's House
Ladle'' Mu'hl al Purine CI.Ui.
Mr. mid Mr. folhurn'.s Liiaii.
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i-, j--'rSi3.. .VS. . JJ5y V2i?-if?' 'tKiWIl fti"!? iiBaHiiraiiiiCimcii.
i rlnd.lififiC h'"K"n'&za: i8Zitf y"'SSA sS'll r, 'rtnuihuwuNS. ,i
I nolulii In Apt il. Miss Spulillng has
been eNperleucing such a delightful
visit on the mainland that she has'
i decided to prolong her visit and will '
I not return until Iho fall of tho year.
! This voting gill has been visiting her '
sister. Mrs M. (larrelt, nt Foil Ben-
Jjamln Harrison. Lieutenant Garret
i bm In en transreried and Is now sta-
I tinned near Niacin u Falls, Miss
t'paldltig Is one of the belles at this !
1 11 m" post This Is uiit strange, as
II in generally conceded that Miss '
Spalding Is among the most attiact
lve girls of Honolulu
Sni'iel) Woman to Itilurn.
Mrs .lames Wilder Is en loulo
holne. after speudiiig eight mouths on
tho Huiopouu eontlneiit. Mr. James
Wilder, who Is nn artist of some note,
has decided to spend allot lior sK
months In Paris, devoting ills linio lo
i stud The following Is a clipping
ft oni one or tlio San Fiaueiseo papers-
"An Infninial dance, with Mrs
James Wilder or Honolulu as tho
guest or honor, was held Wednesdaj
night liv .Mrs. John Oeriilu in her
llenveiiue avcniiu lesldence Moro
than llfty society prnplo of this and
otbor sides of the bay attended "
.Mr. and Mrs. John 1", ('(dbiiru's Luaii.
Mr and Mrs John F. Colhurn lire
famed for their liiaiis, which are glv-
in the olil-tluie Hawaiian style
One or these onjnyablo affairs n;u
clven Sunday, at tlio Colhurn's iien-
lii-ulii bo ic, which is one of the most
beautiful suburban homes in tho Is
land. This feast was served out of
doors. Forty guests wero seated at
the table, that fairly groaned with
Hawaiian delicacies. M.els or dotvers
weio placed on the chair or oacb
gucut, and were worn during tho af
ternoon. During tlio feast Hawaii in
girls played ukuleles and guitars and
sang tho Hawaiian airs so dear to
thu kamaalna's heart.
.Mrs. J. Morion Itlggs' Luncheon.
Tho luncheon given Monday by
.Mrs J. Morton Itlggs was keenly en
Joyed by the coterie of friends (hat
were present. Tho Pilnecss KawaiKt
nakoa was (he complimented guost nt
Ibis "brldgn luncheon" Thoso Invit
ed beside the Plineess ICnwantiuiiko.i
weio Mrs. Harvey .Murray, Mrs.
Ilngens, Mis. Ciiuha and Mrs. Janicu
Mr. nnd Mrs, Paul IsciihcrgV
Covers wcio arranged for eight nt
the luiuheoii Tuesday, when Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Iscnberg entertained at
their Tantalus home In honor ot Sen
ator and Mis. Krlc Knudsen. Pink
bignnias and maidenhair fern gracod
tho table The attractive homo wns
filled with a variety of cut flowers,
consisting of lilies, roses and violets.
Tuesday was an unusually warm day
In town, and tho refieshlng moun
tain breezes wero enjoyed by (hoso
who participated In this "outing"
Dear lo lite Hem Is of the Women.
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessary
Article for Particular Women
who Desire lo lelain a
i.,.:v,ory "oinun owes It to herself and
loye.1 ones o let.ilr. tho charm f youth
nature has i bontowed upon her. J'iir over
f.i,i,lStroi?c"' ".""l"", unil women of
fus doa, It rendeiB the skin llko tho
softness of velvet euvlng It lUiif ami
pieparliiK for ilnlly or cvenlne nttlro. As
It Is u llouia unil non-ereaay prcpamtlon,
!iM.,rr2"""ii """""'ed. Wlii.li uttiVmlinK
Uiiiiecs, bulls r ntlior riitcrtalnmvnts. it
lueveiiM n grrnsy nppfiiranio of Iho com
Ii'H tuu,icU by tho skin becoming
nri-Ki .- .,
senses ,,,! irllevrs Hiiiihurn llemoves
','."": l'li'JI'le" Ill.il kliPBils. Mntll latches.
r, .11 V.V" i'" "n',' vulmir lteclnefs
nililliatelj ilur unci uiiuea complexion
Yellow einl Muddy skin, giving
whleh cvciy woman cludns
i rn ,,1"' ",'lle '" Oriisnt.u and Taney Roods Dealers.
Plrrl. T. Hnntfine Prnn 17-l. f C M nr
' - -!' " -iL-ai joiius oircet, new IorK
T iP- iii ml ii mi aiir i 1 animwii