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EVENINQ BULUETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 22, 1911.
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Dr. and Mrs. Waterhouse's Dinner.
An elaborate illniicr was Riven Wed
licsdav evening bv I)r mid Mri Km
est Wnterhonso nl tliclr valloj homo
Tho decorations weie epccl,illj beau
IKnl, bring ii canopied effect A
J.irgo J.inlliilor occupied die router er
"no mlilo, containing m France nisc
iiinl Australian maiden linlr fcni
Over HiIh center-piece, npcii(Ioil
from the chandelier -was n cinp
riiiixBPil of mnlliix and roses TIip
plaro cards were decorated with mm
Mrs Waterhoupo woro a beaunrui
row ii of while, embroidered chiffon
over s.illn, gold lands woro mini m
her colffuic and a large I .a l'r tiir
lose, pinned in her corsaiie give tin
finishing touch to I lie beautiful i
tnine, Mrs. Charles Hoc looki I
stunning In lil.ick stlln, veiled n i
chlffnn. Mrs. Hov Ftmicl Snil'h i t
tho Navy was elad In a re.il l.m mli
oxer sntln. Mm Krlp Alfred Knud '
en' rostiiino of white untln with in,
overdress of Duchcts lace was mm u
inlmlrcil Mlit Harding a slstci "i
Ms. Wnlorhniiso looked glillsh and
piolt) In a llnserle olatsiratclv em-i
hroldorcd Those present besides Mi
host anil hostess were Scualoi an 1
Mrs Charles Hire Unit and It"
rranrls Smith, Senator and Mrs KiU
Allied Knudson, Miss Harding Mi
I.i id Anderson and Lieut, lliincll
U. S N.
Mn. John Johnson's Luncheon.
Mis Jnliu Johnson entertained ves
terdJ at a delightful luncheon ihat
was given at her homo In College
Hills. A cut-class bowl tilled wlih
.vcllow coreopsis ornamenteil t li
beautifully - apisilntod table The
places wero designated by haul
pjlnled guest cards ornamented with
these flower Tho entire c h r
scheme- for this entertainment was n
)clluw 'Among tho guests were Mrs
IMrle, Mrs It It Ileldford Mn C
llockns, Mrs llerndt. Mrs Tarleton
Mrs M.i mid others.
Mr. and Mr. Bockus' Bridge Party.
.Mr and Mrs llockns entertained .it
nn Informal card part), Wciltiodav
evening, coinpllmcntnrt to Mrs Jac
ob), who Is tho hoiiso finest of Mr
and Mrs Oartcnhorg Formal Imi
tations wero not Issued on this oeca-i
slon the few friends that were iire-l
spin ero lmlted li telephone Tho
llrsl prize n bronrc ash trn was wn'il
my Mr Marstnn Campbell Mrs (lar
tcuberg won tho second prize, exquis
ite linnd-palnted Chinese place cards
Later In tho evening a chafing dish
supper was served Among those pn
scnt besldo Mr. and Mrs llockns were
Mrs Jacob), Mr. and Mrs Allan No-
wull ami Mr. and Mrs. C.artcnbcrg
Mr. and Mrs. Love's Dinner.
White nnd green was the color
sihctno used at tho dinner Tliursl.iy
evening, when Mr and Mrs William
Love entertained The trnlling stepha
notls vino produced an effective nnd
fragrant decoration. Among those
present woro Mr and Mrs William
Line, Mr. nnd Mrs Eric Kniidscii, Mr.
and Mrs. I Tcnney'l'cck. nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Smith
Miss Manoon's Four o'clock Tea.
Miss Mngoon Is entertaining this
afternoon at n 1 o'clock tea and hand
kerchief shower that Is being given
lu honor of her sister. Miss Kathcr
Ine, whose engagement has been le
ccntl) nnnnunccd to Mr Prank litis,
tnco Twenty-four Intlmato friends
woro Invited, nnd tho gathering was
In tho naturo of a surprise, to the
guest of honor. Tea and delicious re
freshments will bo torvel In the spi
clous grounds surrounding this home.
Mrs. Putnam's Luncheon,
Mrs. Putnam or Tort Itugcr, will
entertain a coterie of friends at lun
cheon, Thursday afternoon Covers
will bo arrange for ten This socloly
event Is being keenly anticipated by
the fnrtunalo ones that have been In
vited. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Walker's Dinner.
Spring flow cm and smllnx adorned
the tabic of Mr. and Mrs. J S Wal
ker, when thoy entertained Wednes
day, complimentary to Mr and Mrs
Henry Frodctlck Wlchman Coven
woro arranged for six. Among those
present vycro Mr. and Mis J S Wal
ker Mr. anil Mrs. Henr) FinlcrliK
Wlchman nnd Mr. anil Mrs llnilinu-l
Senator Knudsen's Stag Dinner.
lion K. A Kliudseii, president of
the Senate, will entertiln tho mem
bers of tho Ronnto at a "Pan K.i
liana" dinner piir'y this ovenlng nt
tho University Club Upsides tho
incmliora of tho Somite and tho clerk
and sorgcatit-iit-nrms Invitations
havo been Issuod to flnvornor Waller
l'rcar, Mr. Witllaco rdrrlnglon of tho
llullctln, Mr. Mathcson of tho Ad
vertiser and Mr. Wnltor O Smith of
tho Star Tho fallowing mchibors
of tho Sennto will ho present (leorgu
K Ilnkor, Cecil Drown Charles Clill-
HngwoVth, J T. llrown.Oco Knlrchlld,
. Howllt, A. I'. Judil, I'hlllii Vd
Sam Kalama, V. T Itoblnson, B.
Qulnn, A. S. Kulolopu, U II. Make
kau, Sorgoant-nt-arnis Cliarloy Clark,
Clerk John Wlfco.
Mrs. Sherman's Dinner,
A number of popular society folk
will enjoy tho hospitality of Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman. Tho lattor has In
vited them tnt n blithdny dinner that
Is lo bo 'given In 'honor of her husband.
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Wednesday Bridge Club.
One of the most pleasant mcetltiRs
or tho Wednesday Ilrlilce Club op'
curred this week, when Mrs Winters
entertained Tho jirlzes weie exceed
IliKly prettj and were won by Mrs
Pardee of Korl Shafte.r niul Mrs. Put
nam of Tort ItiiKer. Uncli prize con
sisted of a half n dozen after dinner
coffee ciiiis of Satsum.i Tho appoint
ments for tills entertainment worn
perfect In even- detnll Tho score
cards weie ornamented nilh tho Ha
waiian coat-of-arms lu colors Tho
artistic home of tho Winters wns dec
orated ulth white asters and old fash
ioned snap driiKons. Tho tea tablo
fiom which delicious refreshments
wero served was bedecked with these
flowers At Wednesdays affnjr Mrs
Neville, wife of Major Neville an I
Miss Kathcrlno Stephens nctcil as sub
stitutes AinoiiK the members pies
ent were Mrs Winters. Mis Pardee
Mrs Putnam. Mrs Mnrh Mrs Smith
of Tort Sliarter Mrs Turner, Mm
Wind, Mrs Sheedy unci Mrs Chap
man. Admiral and Mrs. Cowles' Dinner.
JiiiIko and Mrs Ilallou weie enter
tained Thursday evenliiK nt dinner
ut tho homo of Admiral ami Mrs.
Cowles The color schemo for this de
lightful affair was vellow. Marguer
ites In this color formed u handsome
centerpiece, tho plaeo cards wero
In Kold ninnoRrnni. Admiral and
Mrs. Cowles' suCRts wero .ludKO and
Mrs Sblncj Ilallou. Miijor and Mrs
Nevlllo, Miss Acnes Wnlker and Dr
Tucker Smith of tho U. S. Nnvy.
Maor and Mrs. Kennedy's Dinner.
Tho now commandant nf Port Shat
ter and his charmliiK wife woro tho
Kiiests of honor at a dinner given
Thursdav evening bv Major and Mrs.
Kcnnedv of Knit Shaflor A delicious
lepasl was served at tho oxipilsltcly
upi'iliiteil table Among thoso pres
ent weio Major and Mrs, Kennody,
Major and Mrs. Jlurnliiim, .f.lout. nnd
Mrs .lobnstono OuptrVn and Mfs,
CliKpnian and others.
Senator and Mrs, Knudsen's Dinner.
At the Pacific Club Senator nnd
Mis ICrlc Knudsen entertained Fri
day evening at dinner complimentary
to Doctor and Mrs Krnest Wnterhouso
aUd Mr, and Mra. William Uiyo. Tho
table was'' profusely 'decorated with
pink loses ami snillax Tho phfo
card's weio boTutful hand-palitod af
fairs. Dinner was served nt half filter
seven After this eiijojnhlo and elah
ornto repast tho party attended tho
danco that was glton that ovenlng in
the bull room of the club house Mrs
KnudKeii looked dimming In batln
with n sliver ovirdiess euci listed with
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bon's Dance.
Saturduy ovenlng. Mr and Mrs.
Chailfs Hon gavo nil enjoj.ihlo dauco
at the Outilggcr Club, in honor nf
their nephew Mr. Donald Clltmnie.
The tnettv club hoiiso was festfMined
with vines nnd Jessamine, cocoamit
palms lent u tropical touch to tho
decorations. About twenty couples
wero present. A Hawaiian Quintet
Club furnished tho music During
tho evening delicious refreshments
weio served Among thoso present
Tlin I. inltnlriru tt flu. Pulftln Kwtnl
Club entertained the rest of tho mem
bers on Thursday evening nnd tho an-
iicipaicu goon iimo was sureiy real-
Ivi-i.l LVns IiiIiIaii msfllli un in u nil.
! U iivil itiuivjn it iii) run ii nvii
crtntncfml ifiinna tt ikrti! Ml 1ml In (tin
Hrit pnrt of tho cvrnlnK, after which
ul'iikuuui ri'il I'nliliiunin hpi PtTriti
tlrlflt tlin inol if ill., nimtilnir llUml illt
niui iiiu iuoi 't mid it wiling iiii u '"iv
In tttiUKK Htid liiHtruuiontal HoIcctlonH.
nuiuiiK uuimi pii'MMii wuil'. iir aim
Mtk Itojil, Mr and Mrs. OrmUton,
Mr uml hMth Merrill. Mr and Mrx.
Itlloy, Mr. and Mrs Knster, Mrs.
iiickh. Mt'H scliocniiif;. Mi 8. UUlcnut.
tleB III Ifti Mp '.kiiinfrtttinf Mp
.rn iivnna n till II MUMI , HI
Cljilo Wright nnd Mr. Leslie Hicks.
Tho noxt meeting will bo at tho resi
lience oi .vjr ami .mth iioyu
Miss Violet Cjiristlno Fin Roy and
Mr .llllllns Wiillncn Tlnnntd llin nlinin-
Ist of tho llonokiia lilutitatlon, wero
inarriea last Haturday ovenlng, Knst
cr live, nt tlio resldenco of Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. D Wllllimionii Ilnv f ir II
Illnor, of Paaullo, porformlng the cer
emony i no uiian was given awuy
by her brother. Head Luna Fursey, of
llonokaa, and Managor A Morrison
acted as host man Mlhs Nancy Illnclt
was (ho maid of honor, and Misses
Slnrgurct, Mabol Illiick and Margaret
Willlainsnn were llovvor girls Tho
COrrillonv U.IS fnllnuorl Uv im nvnnl.
lent Biiipcr,servcd on a Ihii.iI specially I
nun ior ine occasion, mid tno test of
tho ovenlng was Bpent with dancing
.Mr. niul Mrs. IhtV Dinner.
Miss May Damon, Miss Marlon
Scott, Mr .lack AtliliiMin anil Dr
llcdemnim were tho guests of Mr uml
Mrs Xllcliards IvcrH Kilday evening
ul tho l'aclne Club
Miss Atherton's Luncheon.
Miss Helen llohion In the guest of
honor nt u lumhenn that was given
this nfletnooii by MIsh .liilletio Ath
orlnn Among tho joung tocloty glils
who were Invited to meet tho guest
of honor wero Miss Cordelia Oilman,
Miss Dnrothj Wood, Miss Harriot
Young, Miss Laura Athorton, Mis
EtliPl MoKenzlo. JIIss Muriel Hnvvatt,
Miss I'lnicnco (lurioy. Miss Hulen
North niul Miss Jesslo Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Tenney Peck's Dinner
Covers will lie arranged for four
teen, when Mr. und Mrs. I. Tenney
Peck onleitaln Thuisiluy evening, ut
tlielr lirillllt fill W'llil.tr llvrUllln Tim
ilecniiitUms will bo unique and aitlb-tlc.
Fair nl Kaliniikl;
Socloty Is on (ho rjul vivo over the
niiproachlng fair that will be given
nt Kulimikl at tho Cooko place, Sat
urday, May tho sixth. With the rapid
growth of this suburban district tho
need of u plaio'of worship has been
foil As u result thu women In that
part of town have formed a C.ullil, and
aro now working townrd raising a
fund for tho erection of nn Kplsco
pal church this fulr being given to
raise funds for this noble undertak
ing. The booths uro being artistically
planned, and thoso in charge have
met with splendid success' and feel
that no ono will bo disappointed Mr
A. F Cooko has kindly loaned his
beautiful grounds In Knlmukl for the
occasion and unyono having seen the
spacious shady lawn can easily Imag
ine tho possibilities ot a uiir wiin
such uuimiindlnga. A nuiubti l
iiicttv girls aro being drilled tor nn
out-door entoitalnment which will bo
n striking fenturo for which no cxtui
charge is to bo mnde. A real donkey
will ho another feature, .1 W Prntt,
Jr., holng In charge. Tho various art
icles will bo marked at u ery low
(Inure that they will bo within tho
means of nil. Chiinge will be mnilo ut
all booths and no ono will bo stung
An admission of twenty-live conta to
adults und ten cents for chlldion will
bo charged. Mrs. O. W. It. King, as
president of tho Hplphany Oiilld Is
acting ns general chairman for tho
committees. Following Is a list of
tho various booths, their chairmen
Fancy Work Mrs, J. W. Pratt,
chali man; Mrs. F F. lllckorton, Mrs.
A. Monro, Mrs. H. A. Ilorndt, Mrs. K.
Johnson, Miss Mnblo Johnson,
Ice- Cream Mrs. Will 0. King,
chairman, Miss F. A. Fletcher. Miss
K Ward, Miss M, Uidd, Miss A Prutt,
Miss K Ashley, Miss Johnson, Miss
M Saunders, Miss D. Wlthlngton,
Miss A. Ixigiin, Miss Idn iAiKiin, Miss
Candy Ilooth Mrs. Mckciin.
DctorntlmiB miU tickets, Mrs. O W.
It King. K
(hounds nnd Const! uctlon Mar
shall II. Webb.
Plsli Pond Mrs. 13. D. Castcillne,
chairman, Miss A. I.ucas, Miss ySII
n, Miss I). Podmoro, Miss II. Castci
llne Te4 nnd Sandwiches Mrs. M. II.
Wildj, chiilrmnn; Mrs. J. J fircone,
.Mrs James (htllil, Miss Sarah Iaicas,
Miss Hello McCorrlston, Mls.i llolen
(III vi n Miss McCorrlston, Miss Melon
.North. Miss Calllo T.ucis.
vurpty Dooth Mrs. A. V. Clink,
chnli man; Mrs. 'IM Towso, JlrB
Hutchinson, MIsh loin Logan,
Irfimonado Booth Mrs 11 Ilergor,
(haliman; Mis. T. M. Church, Mrs.
II. P. llr'nwn.
Intcrtalumcnt Committee Mib 1.
M Cox, Lhaitman; Mlssca hogan.
Mr and Mis. 11. Colley will leave
on the Wllhelnilna for u four months'
Kuiopeun trip, Thoy will visit Hiirf
laml nnd Scotland. Thnii' Itluciiiiy
cnihrnces sovcul other countlos.
Mrs Clnience Oleson, who hns been
absent from Honolulu for tho past
ear on n, world'B tour, Ii expected
to return to thlw city next week on
the Korea Mrs. Oleson has had n
delightful trtii. This tour was madu
by way of Australia. Now Zcaliiin)
India, 13gpt nnd from thenco lo Ku-
rtio. Jlost of last winter wiis Bpeut
in (Icrinany. Some Inlfnritu IiieniH
fiom Miiiue.ipo'lls accompanied her
Mis. OIcmiii lias been spending tho
p.iEt iiiuntli ut Ilerkolcy, Ca!.
The Freo Kliidorgartcii and Chll
ilren's Aid ABsoclnllon will hold their
annual May Day Toto at Thomas
Square on April tho 'JSth fiom ten
until twelve. Tho children will danco
the May pole, tho Hawaiian bnnd will
fin niul) tho music KlnhoraTo plans
mo being luado for this entertain
ment. Tho public Is Invited
Somtor nnd Mrs. Charles ltlco who
aie the guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Tho
mas King, will probably leavo for
their homo on Kauai, tho lattor pail
of noxt week. This popular couple
have been In u vvhlil of gaiety during.
uieir visu in Honolulu 11103' 00111
belong to prominent Island faiullloH
ainl possess many fi lends,
Mrs. I.ouls J. Warren Is visiting
her mother and father Mr nnd Mis.
Hmioii, nt their licnutlful homo In
Philadelphia. Tho Kynons nit tell
ers among tho smart set 111 this sub
stantial old city. They own 11 sum
mer homo at Wlldwood, N. I. whoio
they and their daughter will spend a
poitiun of tho spring months,
On Wednesday afternoon MrB
Smith entertained tho ladles nf P.ilolo
valley and a most pleasant timo wus
had. ItefieshnicntH of Ico cream mid
cako wero served during tho after
noon, and tho day being most pel feet,
lidded to the plcnsuro of nil who woro
Mr and Mm, .lnlinnlo Hiimburg
have leased tho Purdy collago nt tho
Seaside Hotel and will lOtddn In Ho
nolulu' foi sotno lime. Mr Hiiiiihurg
hns been In Honolulu foi sovcnii
months Mis Humhurg, two children
and maid m rived on thu last Wllliul
nilim Mr and Mis William Itawllna havo
rented tho nn Holt liungiilow at Wnl
klkl me two vvenks. Their llltlo
daughter, Klizalieth has hoeu 111 and It
was Jboiiglii that the soa air, would
provo beneficial. Mr mid MrB. Kaw
lins moved to Wnlklkl, Thursday.
Captain Putnam of tho II S. r.ugl
iieor C01 ps, la In command of Fort I)e
Hussy. Ho and his family uro nceii
iping tho eommundnnt'H house, form
eil occupied by Major Wlnslow.
Lieutenant and Mis. Hoss Kings
bury me visiting Mr. mid Mrs. Fiod
cilck Klamp nt Kuhala,
Pau ka Hana
Is the help -one -another
kind. Your grocer sells it,
or should. '
Honolulu Soap Works,
F. L. Waldron,
Pork and Beans
A food of fine and rich
Your Grocer Hns Tliom
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