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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 27. 1911.
COMINGS AND GOINGS i CZARINA ILL;
OF THE SMART SET
COURT IN GLOOM
FOR JUNE IS FULL
Numerous Large Affairs In Smart Set Military Dance and
Ball at Pacific Club Weddings, Entertainments To Be
STRAINS of music from tho Fltlli
Cavalry band will bo heard m
the 1'acMc Club Hall, when
the elite of Honolulu will "trip
the light fnustostlc" on tho
evening of Juno tho Ninth
Tho following missive has been
received by mall by over threo hun
dred of the Smart Set. who will en
Joy tho hospitality of the club mem
bers. Tho President and Iloardof fiovornors
of tho Pacific Club
cordially Invito ou to n ball
on Friday evening, Juno tho ninth
at nine o'clock.
Mr. Harry Macfarlnne Is chairman
of the entertainment committee, nnd
will be ably nsslsted by Mr. Wlllanl
Drown and Mr. Uruco Cartwrlght, Jr
There will bo a round of dinners pro
ceeding tho ball, that will bo pre
sided over by the members of the
club. Mr. Harry Macfarlano has al
so charge of the decorations. Ills
artistic ability Is, universally admit
ted, and Is generally conceded that
no one can excel him. and few equal
lilm In achieving picturesque effects.
The ball room will be blithe with
flowers and greenery, making a gala
summer setting for the handsome
gowns that will be worn. A number
of the Service set, have been Invited,
the sprinkling of uniforms, alwajs
lends smartness to any affair.
The first to lead tho procession of
June brides. Is Miss Claire Williams
who will wed Mr P,ruce Cartwrlght,
Jr., at eight o'clock on Thursday
evening Juno first. Nearly a thou
sand Invitations have been Bent out,
nnd they will gather together, both
for the ceremony and reception, all
the belles nnd debutantes, as well as
a fashionable throng not only from
Honolulu, but the other Islands as
well. Miss Williams has always been
a favorite Since coming from Eu
rope last winter she has enjoyed a
round of entertainments, and rarely
has a week passed, that the bride
elect has not ben made tho motif foi
FOmo form of social compliment. Miss
Williams Is a tall, handsome blonde.
nnd haB a chic way of wearing her
clothes, that gives her a very stun
ning appearance. She posses 'a
graclousness ami charm of manner
nnd by her lack of affectation, and
perfect naturalness, she has hosts of
friends. Little wonder Is It that
Ilruco Cartwrlght Jr., Is being con
tinually congratulated over winning
such a helpmate.
Picnic on Mt. Tantalus.
A Jolly parly of "picnickers" enjoyed
an outing on Tantalus, Saturday. Most
of the party drove to Oenoral Davis'
mountain home where a delicious
luncheon was enjoyed. There were
several energetic pedestrians who pre
ferred to climb up the mountain side.
After tiffin the entire party made tho
nscent to the summit of Mt Tantalus,
Thoso who enjoyed this out-of-door
sport were Admiral and Mrs. Cowles
Major and Mrs. Timberlake, Captain
anil Mrs. Johnron, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Clark Madam Smith, Miss Alice
Cooper, Miss Edith Cowles, Lleuten
nnt Burrell, Lieutenant Trice of Fort
Ruger, II. II. M. Consul Ilalph Fur
ter and others,
Mrs. Cochran's Luncheon.
One of the most elaborate luncheons
of tho week was Igven Thursday by
Mrs. Cochran, Wife of Captain Coch
ran of the U. S. It. C. Thetis. With
the exception of three guests the par
ty was composed of service people
Tlllm was served at one o clock at a
table beautifully decorated with vio
lets. A large silver bowl was massed
with purplo violets, tall silver vases
filled with these (lowers, placed In
discriminate!)' on tne table, while a
tracery of smllax, enhanced the beau
ty of the appointments of the lunch
eon. Myriads of fragrant violets were
scnttcied over the table. The place
cards were unlquo and wcro tho
means ofi calling forth much admira
tion from tho assembly of guests.
These cards were hand-painted anil
were adorned with signal flags, that
spelled tho word U. n. Thetis. This
nautical decoration was appropriate,
fqr the luncheon was given on board
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Dall at Pacific Club.
Captain and Mrs, Putnam's Dinner,
Mlts Cowkt' Supper Party,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivert1 Dinner.
Officers and Ladles at Fort Ruger to
Luncheon at Country Club. ,
Mrs. Williams's Luncheon.
Mrs. Ward's Card Party.
Mrs. Charles Rice's Tea.
Plclnlc Party on Mt. Tantalus.
Mrs. Cochran's Luncheon.
Lieut, and Mrs. Pratt's Dinner,
Wednesday Music Club.
Dinner at University Club.
Miss Alice Roth's Luncheon.
Hon. and Mrs. Peters' Pol Supper.
Lieut. Pine's Dinner.
Meeting of Daughters' of the Amerl.
Picnic Party to Pearl Harbor.
Captain Chapman's Sons Entertaining
at Bowling Party.
Cochran's guests were Mrs. Nevlllo
Mrs. Marlx, Mrs. Hepburn, Mrs.
Shecdy, Mrs. .Hooking, Mrs. Herbeit
Stevens, Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Kennedy
of Fort Shatter nnd Mrs. Wilcox.
The Misses McStocker's Entertain.
Prior to hor departure for the coast.
Miss Florence Hoffman was tho In
ceullvo for a number of formal mid
Informal 'entertainments. Among tho
lnfoimal affairs that was enjoyed by
Miss Hoffuiau and a few of her wnrm
personal friends was the afternoon
given by Misses Lydla and Julie Mc
Stocker. The Invitations were Issued
by telephone and a dozen guests were
present. Some of the young girls win)
are devoted to bridge spent the uttci
noon playing that absorbing game,
while others preferred to ply their
needle, arid fashion dainty bits of fan
cy work. Tho keynote of the after
noon was informality, that alwus
lends additional pleasure to juiy en
tertainment. At 4 o'clock the hos
tesBes ami their guests gathered
around the tea table, whero an hour
of social chit-chat was enjoyed
Among those present were Miss Julie
McStocker, Miss Lydla McStocker,
Miss Grace IJavlB, Miss Florence
Hoffman, Miss Katherlno Stephen,
Miss Alice Cooper, MIbs Helen North
Mr. and Mrs. I vers' Dinner.
A profusion of red roses adorned
tho table at the dinner at which Mr.
and .Mrs. llicliard Ivors presided as
host and hostess Sunday evening, at
their beautiful home on College 111114.
A dozon covers encircled the exquis
itely appointed table. After dinner
coffee and liquers were served on tho
spacious lanal, Among Mr. and Mm.
Ivcrs' guest were Mr. nnd Mrs. Fran
cis M. Swamy, Captain and MrB,
Clifton Carter, Madam Ivers, Mr. and
Mrs. James Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.
Clark and Mr. Wlldon.
Mrs. Atherton Entertains Daughters
of American Revolution.
The Daughters of The American
Itevolutton met Monday, May 22, with
Mrs. J, 13, Atherton at her beautiful
home on King street.
After the routine of business whs
transacted, (lie members udjourned to
tlie spaclouB lanal from which dainty
Mfreshiuonts woro served,
Tho election of olllccrs for the en
duing year resulted lu Ilia following:
uegeui, Airs, rvrioy I., iiuruo; vice
Itcgeut, Mrs. J. II. Atherton, Ileonrd
lug Hccreluiy, Miss Ahhle Dow; Cor
responding Kecii'laiy, Mrs. Hulllu II,
Douglas: Treasurer. Miss Charlotte
Hull! Itf'KUtrnr, Mrs 0 II. lllckuy,
IIUIoiliui, Mrs, aIimho Oiiilliiy; Clnii
lulu, Mrs W W Hull
"MrTiufMrs llrultiuiii Hinllli lull
WiMliii'sduy fur u Uiimihi It In In
ihu i;aurn purl of iliu llnliui) hiuu
N Friday afternoon, Mrs.
Charles A. Rico entertained
at u very enjoyable tea at her
beautiful seaside home "Kit
lapake," on Kauai, compli
mentary to Mrs. Arthur Hlce
who has lecently returned from the
Artistic (n every detail was tho af
fair and the decorations especially
pleasing. Tho lanal overlooking thu
bay with Its fascinating vlow of the
mountains bejond, presented a most
Inviting appearance to the guests us
they entered nnd were cordially re
ceived by tho charming hostess. Here tlowcd with.
On Friday nfternoon, Mrs. Charles j
A. Ulco, entertained at n very enjoy
able ten, at her beautiful scasldo
homo, "Kalapnkl," complimentary to
Mrs. Arthur Hlce, who has Just re
turned from tho const. Artistic In
every detail was tho affair, and the
decorations especially pleaBlng. Tho;
lanal, overlooking the bay, wllj u
lasclnntlng vlow of tho mountains bo
ond, presented a most inviting up
ponrnnco to tho guests as they ent
ered and were cordially received by
tho chnrmlng hostess. Here, maiden
hair ferns In profusion, contrasted
pleasantly with crimson cumntlonn.
Graceful to a degree, was tho ar
rangements. of ferns, dahlias and
bright yellow daisies, which made, n
veritable bower of the spacious living
loom. Under large bunging baskets
of maidenhair ferns and begonias,
dainty tables were set, where. delic
ious refreshments were served. mThu
motif of tho center table belng'yellovr)
tho epergne was a large cluster of
rasturtiums, gracefully arranged In
n low reed basket The Invited guests
were Mrs. Arthur Illce, Mrs. S. W.
Wilcox, Mrs. Hnns Iscnberg, Miss Ir
win of Chicago, Mrs. A. S. Wilcox,
Mrs. W. H. nice, Jr., Mrs. Coney, Mrs.
F. U Putman, Mrs. II. U Wilcox, Mrs.
Christ, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Ilohrlg, MIbb
Hodgtns and Miss Klllson. Garden
Professor nml'Mrs. Mcado and son
are expected lo nrrlvo In Honolulu In
June, whero they are planning to
spend the summer. They will make
their headquarters In Honolulu, but
will visit Hawaii, Maul and possibly
Kauai. An Interesting trip to the
crater of Hnleaknla is in contempla
tion. While on Hawaii they will make
an extended trip to the Volcano
House, to vlow the wonderful sight
of Kllauea. Professor Meado Is one of
tho professors nt the Chicago Univer
sity, hlB wlfo was a Miss Castle, and
Is n sister of Mr. William Richard
Castle, Mr. James II. Castle, Mrs.
WcBtorvelt, Mrs. Coleman nnd Mrs
George P. Castle. Mr.. Hnrblng will
Miss Alameda Townscnd, who hat
been spending tho past year with her
family In tho provinces of the Philip
pine isiamis, is a passenger on mo i
tranBDort Shermnn Hint will nrrlvnU
Saturday, Juno the third. Miss Town
sen will be met, at tho wharf by a
number of friends for sho Is well
Known nnd well liked in Honolulu,
having resided In the Islands for
many years. This oung girl Is on her
way to New York, whero sho Is plan
ning to take a courpo of Bludy. "Miss
Townncnd Is a niece of Dr. and Mrs.
W. U Mooro.
Ever since their arrival In Hono
lulu Captain and Mrs. Clifton Carter
of tho U. S. Army liavo been tho re
cipients of much social attention of
a formal and Informal nature. Mrs
Carter Is an exceptionally handsomo
woman and possesses the charm and
vivacity that Southern women are en-
Captain and Mrs. Cnr-
niothcr, father and voting ton hnva
been living nt flu'lgo Hatch's Walkll.l
home, Owing to the hnmo coining of
tho Hatches, tho doctor mid his family
wljl move Into their valley homo the
first of June.'
Tho dny has not beon sot for tho
marriage of Miss Jda Koepka and Mr
Shurwood Ixjwrcy. Mr. anil Mrs
Frederick Jowctt I.owrcy uro not
planning to return to Honolulu from
their European trip until tho first of
November. On this account tho ditto
has not boon set. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
crick Jowett Iowrey, the father and
mother of the prospective groom, left
Wednesday morning on the Wllhel
nilna for Han Francisco. They will
not tarry in the metropolis of the
west, hut will Journey direct to New
York nnd salt for Ikiropo In June.
Captain and Mrs. Frank II IM
wnrds are living at 173! Kccaiiinoku
street, on the corner of Domlills and
Keeaumoku streets. As Monday Is tho
calling dny for that district, Mrs. Ed
wards Is at home to her friends on
that day. In tho past year many
chnrmlng service people have been
stationed In Honolulu, nnd none -of
them have proved moio of it hoelul
acquisition than Captain nnd Mrs.
Edwards. Tho littler Is it pretty petlto
deinlblondu with light brown hair and
lurgu brown eyes.
Mrs. Edward Tenney, Mrs, Helen
Noonnti and Miss Wllholmlna Tcnno
departed Wedneodny on the Stcun'ier
Wlllietmlnu for Southern California,
where they will 8end the major por
tion of tho summer mouths at the
Hotel Potter lit Santa Ilurbnra Miss
Tenney is an enthusiastic motorist
and has taken her largo touring cur
Mrs. Graham, wife of Doctor Gra
ham of Schotlcld Ilarracks, will act
as the social hostess Mondny at the
United Scrvlco llrldgo Club, that will
KT Pr.Ti:nSHiniCI, Mny 27. The
(.'Jinrlim of numlu N very III, n com
plete nervous breakdown having caused
her phyrltlnns grave finrs. Tito (,'znr
Is slowly kK In? up hope o her recov
ery nnd the court Ih plunged In gloom.
Unhclslty Club, This event Is be
ing nnttcljiated by tho members of (lhu
I.cttcis have been lecclvcd by Mr.
Klrkpnttlclt who Is on route urouiil
the world. Fiom last advices Mr
Kltkp.itrlck was at Coylon. Thin
ouug man Is planning to meet his
mother and sister In Paris.
Lieutenant Roy Francis Smith has
recently purchased it Iliipmohlle run
about, Mrs. Smith lias learned to rim
tills car, and is becoming un enthusi
astic motorist. She can bo seen each
duy spinning over the splendid roads
adjacent to this city. ,
maiden hair ferns in profusion con
trasted pleasantly with crimson car
nations. Graceful to u degroo was the
arrangement of ferns, dahlias and
bright yellow daisies which made a
ter uro dollghted at being stationed
In Honolulu and are imbued with the
beauty and fascination of Hawaii Nei,
They are keeping house on College
street, opposite tho Hotel l'leasanton
veritable bower of tho spacious living Mrs. Carter Is observing Mondays us
room. Under large Hanging uasKotu
of maiden hair ferns and begonias,
dainty tables wore set where delicious
refieshments wero served. The motif
of the central table being yellow, tho
epergne was a largo cluster of jollow
nasturtiums, graqefully arranged In u
low reed basket.
The guests wcro Mrs. Arthur Rico,
Mrs. 8. W. Wilcox, Mrs. Hans Iscn
berg, MIbs Irwin, of Chicago, Mrs. Al
bert Wilcox, Mrs. W. II. Rice, Jr.,
Mrs. Coney, Mrs. F. L. Putnam, Mis.
Ralph Wilcox, Mrs. Crist, Mrs. Carter,
Mrs. Rohrlg. MJss Hodglns and Miss
Ellison. Garden Island.
Miss Allco lloth and Mr. Frank
Thompson will be murrled on Wed
nesday evening, June 21st, In Central
Union Church. The wedding will, bo
a quiet one, only relatives 01 me
contracting parties being present. Tho
Reverend Doctor Scudder will perform
the ceremony. Thu bride's only at
tendant will be MIbs Murgaret Wu
terhouso, who will be tho ruald of
honor. Mr. Ollle Sorenson will uct us
Dear lo the Heat Is of the Women.
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who Desire lo f(ctaln a
T!v"ry woman owes It to hemelt and
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halt a century this artklo lias been tue.l
by actresses. Hlngcrn anil women of
fashion. It renders tho skin like the
softness of velvet leaving It clear nnd
peurly whttfl ttnd Is highly ilenlrublo when
preparing rr dally or evening attire. As
it in n liquid and nnn-areimy preparation,
It remains unnoticed. When uttendlng
danicn, balls or other entertainment, It
prevents a Kreasy appenrunce- of the com
plexion mused by the skin becoming
Gooraud's Oriental Cream cures ftkln
dlseatieR nnd relieve Bunhufn. Hemoves
Tun, llmples Hlai kheads. Moth l'atehen,
Hash, 1 rttltieB una vuiRiir mnnexn.
Yellow and Muddy skin, giving a delicately clear and reflned complexion
which every woman dcsiren
No. 10 Tor nlo by Drueclstsand Fancy Goods Dealers. ,
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York.
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bS$ fmltf nMfwfaousXtansif fc
jgwni tii suet itiofCTtoTiu.
to exterminate rati, mice, cock,
roaches, watcrtmifs, etc,
Rcatly lor use, Duller than traps,
Mousy Uck If It (slU
2B i4 11.00, 8ol4 ysrrwlisr,
mmi' imam, Milieu., cnu.m.Wi
her day at homo.
Mrs. Arthur Wood, the sister of
Mr. Albeit Waterhouso arrived on'tho
Manchuria, Monday, and will spen I
a month in tne islands. Mrs. wood
Is a social farolTte In Honolulu and
baa been given n warm welcome by
her many friends. Mrs Wood Is ve
iling Mr. and Mrs. Albert Waterhouso
at tholr Peninsula home. Mr. an J
Mrs. Arthur Vood have taken up a
permanent residence In California
whore they have been living for thu
past five or six ers.
Doctor and Mrs. Clifford 1). High
have taken apartments at the, Motel
l'leasanton, where they )v, reside for
six months, having sold their house
to Mr. Ilruce Curtwrlglit, Jr, They
moved to their new uhode yesterday.
Mrs. High, ufter a bIx months trip to
the coast, returned to Honolulu Mon
day and Is looking the picture of
health. She possesses hosts of friends
In this city and has beon accorded u
Mr. Wallace Cooper, the son of
Judge nnd Mr. Henry Cooper gavo
his family quite a ploasant sin prise
Monday, when ho arrived on the
iteumor Mnnchmlu from San Finn
Cisco. Mr Cooper has bean taking u
course of civil engineering and grad
uated this yoiu willi honors from tlin
UnUorrlly of Cnllfomlu, This youiiit
man was expected to return lo his
homo by the Sierra, hut 011 account
ol u longing for ''Hawaii Net" ho
milled nu an earlier steamer.
Judge Hatch and Mi's Hatch will
nrrlvo shortly in Honolulu, mid will
occupy their I101110 ill Bun Hinirl, MIsh
llnlrh U nun uf Hut most ultuclh"
bland gills, iliiilnu lii'i' niijoiiiii Hi
WimlililKloii, I). I)., she was iwiiiiihUii
i'i iimi of Ihu hi'iiuUe of Iliu yimuuei
lr Tinker Hinllli pMIh II H Niny
hint ii'iiliid .liidiiii HiiII'iu'm Ipmiim In
Niiniihil VhIIiiv 'llm iIimjiii Willi lil
THE TIME HAS ARRIVED
When the porch becomes virtually a
living room during the warm summer
days. Porch Shades count among the
necessities rather than the luxuries-
movt satisfactorily solve
the problem of letting cool
breezes In and keeping di
rect sunlight and gnzu of
They uro inuda fiom '!"
A lilu wood Slats, bound to
gether every I tin hen by
1111 extra bard wear-resisting
twine. They will not
Curl or uurp, and will out
wear imy other hhade on
Tiny mine In green lln
IhIi and the following sizes
and pi bet
A Feet G rst
$3.00 VI DO
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