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RK? j, EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 29, 1911.
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Mrs. Cunh.Vs Luncheon.
I'nlo lavendoi asters mk nstlsll
cally uiung'd lur the luncheon lalilo
Woilm'sdav when Mts Cuuhn, unini
tnlned Infuiiniill) in luncheon In hon
or ol Mr nml Mrs Fredericks of ,Ww
Yoik. The gnosis of houoi nto rtld
Mentis of .Mr Cfuiha's, nml have
bom spending tho pasl month nl ili
Alexander ouiik Hotel Tlioy urrlv
i'iI on tho Hloirn uml hiving heard of
tho excellent mads surrounding Ho
nolulu, no biought lliolr largo ton) -ItiB
car with thoin. Tin- liiiirli"ii
given hi their honor w.ib not u largo
affair nml wnB ipiHe lufoimul Aiiiumr
those "I'utPil nl tliu tnhlo woio Mis
A. S. I'linhn. Mi. otiil Mrs. Freilei liy,
Mrs. John Howler. Mrs Holing, Mrs.
Iloth nml Mr Carl (Inline Later the
li.Ttv nioloroil to the Countr. Cluh.
The Misses Itulh and Martha Me
Chosney are entorliilnlng Hie "Mlti
ulis Cluh" HiIr nfternonn at Iheir
home on tho e inter of Kewnlo .and
Wilder avenue. Tlilp club uieo's tho
lln-t S.tttiiilny of euch month ainl has
iihotil thirty iiiuinhurH. Tho organi
zation pertains to a social nature
ntul him heen In existence for over
tun years. A nutiiher or the ineniber.i
have, mnirleil, hut Ht 111 utienil Ih"
pleasant meetings. When an ongag'
lilellt la nnnonnceil tin; one who Ih
coniteinphttlng Joining tho matrlnin
iilnl ranks- la presented with u hatid
rotni silver loving eup Tho Min
utes jiln" Is Hhlehl, Ret with tur
iliiolso. Thin nfternoou the cluh wl'I
meet at half after thtee.
Major and Mra. Tlmberlake's Dinner.
On the fifth of Mnv, the command
nnt of Tort HtiKer and IiIh nttraetl"
wlfo, will eulei-iplii at nil elnhoiale
illiiner. that will he given coniiill
lueiitnry to Major nml Mrs. Camp
bell. Coeri will ho nrrnuKOil for
Mnjnr and Mrs Ouniihell who have.
heen IIvIiir ni the Itoyul Hiiwalinu
Hotel hae movod to lio.-, MuklM
Plreet Thin eliiirnilliR (ouple ate
nrovlm: iUll an ceiiilslte to Ih"
. Niua'rt Bet or Honolulu
The lilitlul.iv party Riven In honor
of Mr Sh"Nn.in, Momlnv PM-nlns.
was n dlMtlnet siicceBs. Thin iIuIIkIiI
fill tiffnlr waa iilnnued by hln wife.
The following Intlmnte frlcudH were
I in 1 1 cil to celcorntp thlx nnnlveritaiy,
Kx-Ciovernnr and Mm. OeorBo Car
ter. Mr. and Mr. Harry 'Mncfarlatie,
Mr.- Ileiijainln Lodge Murx, .Major and
Mrn. (.eori-'e Potter. Ited exorlas made
n beautiful decorations.
Mrs. Frederick Waterhouic's Dinner.
Senator nml Mrn. iCile Knud
nen were the coinpllnienled guehts
Tuemlny eenliiK, at (lie dinner nlen
hy Mrn l're(erlelt Wnti'thnuxc. Yel
low eliiHaiitlieiiiuinn produced n
beautiful ilcrorntlntm. Tho color
Boheine for thin eutcrtnlntnetit wni
vellow nml Kreen. Thosn irenent
were, Senator and Mrs. Hrle Alfred
KniidM'ii, .Indue and Mm. Ktanloj
Senitor l'alichild ami ollici'n.
Mrs. Frederick Klngbury's Luncheon
Mm William I. Whitney. Mis
IMIth Cnwles. Mlhs LohIho (lllard
Mia Kicderlck Klamp, Mrs. Hayinond
Ilrown. MIbs l.ovo Mm. Hosh Kings
limy and Mine I'm IK of Ilolio libho
cnjnjpd llio hos-pltallly of Mr. I'red
erlek Kliissbury ut u luncheon. Tiles-
dnv Thli preltv nffalr was given nt
tho 1 1'ltol Courtlaiid. wbero the hui
tesH lias been stopping. I.avonder
artera made n pretty derorntlous.
Miss Tenney's Luncheon.
Prior to her ilepailuro for tlie'cous'
MIhs Wllliclmlun Tenuey will give a
Foilen of InnclieoiiB. Tho first pnter
tnlnment will oeeur on Iho third of
May ut her homo on tho coiner of
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l.unnllhi and Peitsaeola Btieets. A
doreu frlcilili have been hidden In
"rs. Foriter's Luncheon.
Mrs Charles Itlce was the guest of
lionoi at an Inform. il luncheon, that
was glum Moiiilii. hv her sister, Mm
C .l V I'orster. Tho ilcrorntlonn
were unliiie and preltv. At the term
ination of thin tepast. seeial rub
Iiuih of bihlge was enjoyed.
Mis. Charles Wilder's Luncheon.
A delightful bridge luncheon wan
given Thuisdny afternoon by Mm
Charles Wilder at tho Mclnertiy
place, where Ml. and Mrs. Wilder me
Mrs. J. S. Walker's and Mrs. Bralnarci
Fun n four to nix Mrs. llinllinid
Smith ami Mi 8. J. S. Walker will en-
leitalu at the Oiilni Country Cluh.
Wednesday, May the llilid, nineteen
hundred ami eleven
Mrs. Neville's Luncheon.
Mrs. Neville, wlfu or Major Neville,
will entertain Tuesday at a luncheon
that will be given at her home a'
1021 (keen street.
Mis. Clnlio Williams hnnniinrcn the
ongagoiiiint of her daughtor, Clalie
to Mr. Iliucc Cmtwilght, ,lr.
Mr mid Mrs. C. lledeiiianii returned
to Honolulu Krlday, after n four
months' trip to the Oilent nml Kor
mosn Mr. and Mm Hurold Castle
ciimo In town from their country
Ilium to meet them Mts. Castle bus
been spending the past week ut her
fnther's home at Wulklkl.
Mr ntid Mrs Krancls M Svvnnzy
t etui ned Krldav on tho Mnuchiirhi,
after a delightful ami Intel estlng trip
around tho world. Mr. nml Mrs.
Kwunzy are leaders among the smart
set of Honolulu and are being wel
comed by their legion of friends.
Mrs. A. S. Humphrey's Luncheon.
"Anna Marine." the homo of Judge
and Mrs. Humphrey's, was the set
ting for n prettily appointed luncheon
that was given Wednesday. Yellow
daffodils adorned the exquisitely ap
lnlntcd tnbli). Covers weto arranged
for bIx. i
Mrs. Robertson's Pol Luncheon, J
Klght covers wero nrranged for the
luncheon that was glcn by Mrs
George HobertFon. In celebration of
her birthday. Yellow chrysanthemums
and violets were used In the decora
tive Kchemc. I
Mrs. Helen Noouan In convalescing '
ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. IMward
Tcimry, utter a month's Illness at the
Johnston sunltorlum. Mrs. Noonan
bus been the recipient of many lit
tle attentions, some consisting or
sympathetic notes, and llowers that
have helped "while away the tedious
hours or convalescence. Mr. Noon
un, her sister Mrs. IMvvnrd Tenney
and Miss Wllhcliulntt, Tenney, will
leave on the S-ltlt or May for south
ern California. They will tuke their
large motor rnr nud tour Southern
California. They are planning to
spend several months ut the Hotel
Potter In Santa Ilarb.iru. Later they
will visit Lake Tahoe. In the north
el n part of the State.
A pretty attention was paid Mrs
Kredeilck Kliit-'shury and Miss I.0VP,
Wednesikiy, when tlioy milled on Iho
Wlllielnilna en ionic for tholr home
In Columbus, Ohio. The U. S. Murine
bund was at tho .steamer to serenade
these popular women who liaVe been
visiting In tho Islands for the past
six weeks. Lieutenant Itoas Kings
bury of the U. S. Mailno Corps Is u
brother-in-law or Mrs. Kingsbury's
Yawman & Erfoe
Filing Cabinets, Card Indexes, Office Labor-Saving Devices
" Y & E " Half Sections
Have solved the problem of keeping the busy man's reconds within easy reach-
Hawaiian News Company,
Building "The Pioneer Paper House"
It was thioiigh him that (his courtesy
Mrs. II. Mason nml child of Hono
lulu and Miss Wright of Kohnla, Ha
waiian Islands are spending the Ban
ter bi'asmi In Now York and nie stay
ing nt the Hotel Walcott which has
iilso he n the homo of many prom
inent llnwallans heretofore, nmong
the inert teceiit here weie Mr. and
Mrs I' Marfntl.ttip - New York, Apr.
Dr. Tucker Pniltli and family may
move up to Niiiiaiiu Valley and oc
cupy Ihc "Overseas." tho home or
Judge and Mrs Sidney llallou. At
pi event he Is occupying the Hatch
place at San Sonel Walklkl. Mr. V.
M Hatch. Kin nud daughter, muy le
l nl ii to Honolulu In the near future,
In that case. Dr. Smith will lease the
Mrs Faulkner, of the Fifth Caval
ry, will preside ns hoste'S at Hie Sei
lce llihlge Cluh Monday afternoon.
The success of these meetings nre
due large!) to the hostess thojrotn
Ing nlTalr Is an nssuied ruccess. Tor
.Mrs. Faulkner Is gifted In l ho art of
entci tabling. lleautlful (irises lmo
After a fomleeti earn" resldencn
111 (iciiii.iuy, Mrs. Carl Holing and
her son returned to Honolulu on the
Korea, ami are now, stopping nt the
Moiina Hotel. They are kainaalniis
nml are well known In Honolulu.
For jdirs Mr. Holing was connected
with Schaefer & Co.
Mts. Frederick WnterhoiiFe. who
has been occupying the Fleming
house on I.llllia stieet, will move In
to her own home, on Wyllle street,
the first or May. During Mrs. Wat
ei house's sojourn In India, her homo
was occupied by Mr. and Mis. Hen
Jamlii Dodge Marx.
Mrs. Charles Cooke and Miss Allco
Cooke left on the Wllhelmlna Wed
nesday for California. They nro
plann'ng to return In June, hnvlng
gone to the mainland on account of
the Illness or Mis. Cooke's slsfer
Mrs Do La Vergiie, who lives In
After n pleasant ten days sojourn
nt their mountain linino "Nlnlko" Mr
and Mrs. Frederick Jewell Uivvrey
and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dwlght
I-owrcy, lelurned to their town home.
Dr. Stevens who wa formerly sta
Honed nt Fort Do Hussy, vJlll leno
with hln family on the May trans
port-Tor Sail Finnrlfirn, Mrs. Slovens
has been v lulling her sister, Mrs. Du
Dols on Kauai.
Tho Jack Dowsetta who have been
spending the past six mouths on the
Hiirppean continent, will snll from
Liverpool on the 19tli of May. On
the 20th of Juno they will sail rroni
Snn Francisco: while thoio they will
stop nt the St. Francis Hotel.
Mrs. Turner will entertain the
Wednesday bridge club next week at
her home at Fort Huger. Klabornto
preparations have been iniido for the
nffalr. The prl7eHnre unique and
Captain and Mr Clinton C Carter
who have been sojourning at tho Sea
side Hotel lino rented nn n'traetlve
houso on College street, opposite the
Tho Tlcnjamln Marx, havo lease 1
the Wlclinmn home, .on the corner
or Klnau and Vlctorl'i (.treets. and
will occupy this homo until the
Wlchmaus leturii In the fall.
Mrs, Tuck ef San Francisco nrrl
Pel nn the Korea nnd will make a
lengthy visit with inlallvcs, Mrs.
Tuck Is it ho mother of Mis. Hcmy
Holmes and Mrs. Podmore.
After a successful year at Cornell
College, Mr Robert Hendry will ic
turn to Honolulu In Juno to spend Iho
summer vacation with his mother.
Mr. Sherwood Iiwiey Is going to
On Monday o,enlng Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Dillingham entertained at a
beautifully appointed dinner, eonipll
mtntnry to Judge ami Mts. llallou
Mr. and Mrs. Dillingham aie mint nt
romulfHhpd Miloitulners. their home
on Hcrotunln avenue Is the scene of
a number of delightful function. Tho
dinner nn Monday evening was no
exception to the repu'ailoii which
fhcfe hospitable onng people have
gained, The artistic appointments I
.lining loom and table was much ml
lulled wl'h their decorations of hot
lioiiK llowern nud dainty Australian
inaldeti hnlr ferns nil In Hi" exquis
ite taste which ehaiactelli'es the dec
orations of this lovelv home. Thoic
bidden to enjoy this delightful din
ner wero tho guests of honor Judge
ami Mrs Hallou, (love. nor and Mrs
Walter Fiear. Upiier.il and Mrs. Mv
comb nml Senator and Mrs. 12. A
Mrs. Monlroso Ornliam entertained a
nnt.trln .if frlr..i.!a l.iriirlnnllv nt 1 11 11 -
Miss Hello Weight departed on tli
Wllhplmlna, to visit fi lends In Cali
fornia. MIsh Florence Hodman may leave
crv shortly f-r a trip to the main
land. Mr. nml Mm. James Wilder will nr
live home on Iho thlid of May.
Mcsdanies Frederick Smith. Frank
Halstead. I.yser, Zuiuvvalt anil the
Miss Kennedy nud Julia McSlocker
were the winners of Hie exquisite
Diesden cako plates that served in,
priies, .Mrs. Charles Atherlon n
consolation prize, n nip and H.xK't-
Dr. and Mrs. Tuttle are comfort-
ably settled In their iiietty bungalow
ut Fort do Hussy. Tim doctor and
his wife lire being extensively eliter
tulned by the service set. They lire
great ruvorltes wherever they are sta
The closing of the Senate proved
quite n social cvetit Wednesday even
ing, u number of " l"ty people tieing
present to witness mid hear tho piL
sentatloii speech that was liiailo by
Senutor Churles Clillllngworth to
President Uric A. Kiiiidsen when the
latter was presented with u hiind
soino silver loving cup This speech
was very clever and witty. On re
ceiving tho hnndsorfio gift President
Kmulsen responded with nn appro
priate speech that was extremely
clever and Interesting. Tho Scnato
hall was prettily decorated' for the
occurrence, especially the President's
desk, that was bedecked with Ameri
can Uenuty roses. Among thoso who
wero there to observe this Interest
ing event were Mr nnd Mrs. Charles
WiiIIp. Mr. and Mm. William It. Cas-
ftle. Dr. and Mrs. Moore, Miss Heat-
rlco Castle. Mr uml Mm. Alonzo dart
ley, Mr nnd Mrs. George Cooke, lion,
aim Mrs. Charles Kite, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J P. Cooke. Mrs. Charles Chilling
worth, Hon and Mrs. Mott-Smlth,
Miss L. Puty. Mr nml Mrs. Harold
Dillingham Mrs. Hrle Alfred Knud
scn, Mr. nud Mrs. Joseph Cooke, Hon.
nnd Mrs. Albert Judd nml others.
Madame Kimball, after a pleasant
visit In lovvti, returned o Hulelvvn tho '
llrst part o Hie week. I
Mr. and Mm, John Howler, who nr-
rlvod on the Koiea, aro being wel
comed by n host of friends. For tho
presetit they nro staying nt tho Hotel
Pleasunton. They have been absent
from Honolulu for four years. Their
friends are so delighted over their re- '
turn that they have been receiving u
"stream" of callers each day bIiico
their return. I
"There nre nmiishig Instances even
on the Hutchinson plantation, where
It's nil work and no play," writes Mrs.
Jack llnvves. In u letter to n friend '
1911 Packard Thirty
The von Hamm-Young Co.,
"Ijist week I had n birthday uml re
ceived such unusual gifts.
"The (lrst thing; which greeted mo
on going In breakfast wns a pig a
'largo bow of blue ribbon interning Ills
Tafl-llke link mill then followed, n
few hours later, two guinea pigs In
an elnborute cage, while shortly after
came two fantall pigeons, Perhaps
the ttliimx wan rendu d when, upon
hearing an unusual clutter, I found u
mnall Kniiu nightingale, adorned with
ninny hells, ut the gate; ami when the
Mliuua l.o.i delivered u leg of lamb,
sent by Mr Hiiwch In Honolulu, I felt
that my friends nnd relatives were
warding on the horrors of mi Imag
inary siege of Peking.
"Ill tin livening Jack nnd I were sit
ting quietly nn the lanal with our only
neighbors, the (Iraiidhommes, when it
most tcrrllle nolsp began. Firecrack
ers galore played nud spluttered for a
Ask the man who owns one
MotorCar Company, Detroit
Licensed under Selden Patent
nnm-iu ican eU
half hour, nud 1 felt when: It wus all
over that the devil hail certainly been
scared uu'iiy for u year nt lenst.
"It's very pleasant having the
rirundhoinmes lure. He Is the chem
ist and Inst yeur brought out his brldu
ii "pretty girl from Friinkfort-on-tlie-Mnln.
She speaks Hngllnh very well
now, but at llrst made somo wonder
ful speeches. She Informed Jack one
day that she had 'lard on the heart.'
What she ineunt ho couldn't at tlrst
Imagine. Flnnlly It dawned on him,
Tho doctor had prescribed wulks for
fully degeneration of the heart. lUither
good, wasn't It?"
Major Oeorgo 11. It. Onsmnn, who
passed through Honolulu on the Korea
the other day, bound fur Japan, will
proceed to Toklo as special uttiiclio of
Tho appointment of n major of tho
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hfispltnl corps to n .position ot uttacho
to the emlussy Is n must unusual
move. In fact, It Is said to bo the
llrst time an order of tho kind lias
been made. Major Oosiiuin's Instruc
tion's were sent by Secretary of State
Philander Knox nnd conllnned by Sec
retary of War Dickinson,
He Is expected to muko n thorough
study of tho Japanese language, us well
as look Into the plague now raging In
Major Gosman Is one of the young
est majors In tho service, having
served but nlno years. Ife has been
In the Dilllpplnes twice nnd there
showed a remarkable aptltudo for lan
guages, llesldes most of the Island
dialects, ho speaks all Hie languages
of continental Kurope.
If kUses were Intoxicating, tavern
would uot be prohibitionists.
111 Wa I cjjia d?
rtTj call olfo os