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EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911.
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MUSIC LOVERS IN
CLUB ARE ACTIVE
fnrnln. The place curds with tliclr ichtiimingly "t dinner Wednesday eve
decorations of different spring How
ers of Jonquils, nurclssus, forget-me-
Hole, violets, daisies, etc., mrtdo pretty
souvenirs. After dinner Dr. Gillespie
mid Ills guests, chaperoned by Mr. nnd
lira. Hocking, attended the vuudclllo
performance at tlio DIJou tlicutor.
Among those who enjoyed this genial
nlng In honor of Admiral and Mr J
Cowles and Mnjor and .Mrs. Timber
hike. Yellow predotnlnutcd In the
color scheme for the entcrtalnmint
Mrs. Andrew Fuller's Luncheon.
Mrs. Andrew Fuller entertained In
formally at luncheon Thiiriduy. Cov-
hoit's hospitality were Miss Hoffman, era were luld for sK. 'After luncheon
Miss Katherlno Stephens, Miss Helen
North. Miss Allen Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. Hocking, I.leut. Turner, Mr. Wal
ter Klndull nnd Ltuut., Ululr of the U.
S. Marino Corps,
llrllllaiit .Kot-lttj lit put Scheduled fur
LARGE nlldlOUCO Of tho Mom- Honrv Tlnn.l tlnttnrlrft Mlc.n.
lug Music Club mcinbers and bert. Mrs. W. A. IJowen, Mrs. Meade, ,.,'. , ..,,., ,.,. ,ii
-...... ...i.j.,.i i ii. k'n. Mr. t w ... n iir,L., Tho "400" of Honolulu arc nnllcl-
"v"' !,.. .u " ......v. ..... . ...w ..,, .., .,. ,, , ,
..., '. 1... -4f. ni...K... I'uinm in u bulwi ";. i". " -
...u..,..B.. V.UUKI-, ...in. v..uii - .
kHH .,Alnl.,. U,.i..llinKII i.illnln lltllt Ml-li
I i r"u. v . rr:. "." :;....,." r: ,;.,: : ;"iin the evening of j..no eigim
m mill III.I-..V.I ... ,,.UH...... -'l"''""!" ''"""."" l. ,l.n TllnM ..ml tiullna nf I'nrt
Ihimr TMo r.mlnl nrrurrnncn will In' ' OVLT II HCOP3 of friends
..... .... ... ' I.I.I.I.... ... .1... i.fTi.l.
well ho proud of. Ono of the slain son, Mrs. A. I.lndHny, .Mrs. w. l.ove, ",,,",". .... .. ., " . ;.,...
ttiat for rare excellence uiiil t Constable, Mis. C. Davles, Mrs. Hlteh-
muslcal , Imiortniice,, tho club can cock, Miss Hopper, Mrs. ltulph John-
bridge was cnJo)eu. Among those
present were Mrs. Andiew fuller,
Mrs. Winifred llabbltl, Mrs. Cllfioii
Curler, Mra. Kelley, Mm. Smith, and
.Mrs. Ward's Curd 1'nrtv.
Mrs. Wnrd, wife of Limit Ward of
Foil Do HiiBsy, has issued Invltulloiis
fdr u bridge party to bo given la hon
or of her mother," Mr lohnsun, of
Denver, Colorado, who Is visiting her
was Miss (lllbait of San Diego, Call- .Mrs. Krnest Hois, Mrs. Itlchards, Miss
forntn, who Is visiting Bishop an I Stevens, Mrs. Wnlbrldge, Miss Shef
. Mis. Henry llond Hestarlck. Miss Held, Mrs. von Holt, .Miss Ward, Mrs.
tlllhcrt lacks nothing tu enroll her s C. Wnlte, Mr. und Mrs. Herzcr, Mrs.
a pianist of extraordinary nblllty, hor Fled Wutorliourp, Mrs. WcBtcrvelt,,
style Ib noble and unaffected and en Mrs. Kmniii Mucfurlane, MrH. Hllza
slinple nnd direct, Tho large and belli Church nnd others. Following
fashionable audience accorded her was the program:
much nDidause they were almost I. 1'reludes No. I, 7, 21, Vulsc. "12"
will infra t.lnri. on tlin second Tluirs- I
I day In June, at the Outrigger Club. , Nux-Hortung Engagement.
" Ik .. .. ..(.. ncil-ll (..It-It It'll ttll Illl
KnclMv Ih illanlnv nir u strum: liref- rt " '" ""-' ' "
,...,,. f ...,i. rtnlniHP.ua nt t lila nt the linnie of Mrx. I
club bouse at Wnlklkl. For the past'1"1 Thursday evening
A iIp lu Nux
few months the Outrigger Club has lining the engagement of her d,uKb
ibeon In demand for society affairs. tr. H..pl.le. lo Mr. in. Mar tu ,g
breathless with feeling nnd admlra
lion, at tho conclusion of her last Ft'
lecllon. noctuiti In F mnjor, Chopin.
minor. Nocturne. "C"
. . llruhma
. ... Franz
This selection does not appear on tho 2. Sapphlscho Ode (Supphlc Ode),
regular urogram, but was graciously i Urahms
given as an ncoro Too much can Vcrgebllchcs Stniidchen JThe.
not be said In prnlsn of Mrs Uruco
Mncknll. This gifted musician Is u!
great favorltu In musical circles on.)'
rnnkn as ono of thu foremost singers 3.
of this city Her clear, bell Ilka sop-
rano ins never been heard to belter!
aiivaiftago. She charmed ovcry onol
by her artistic Interpretation of "He
citallvo and Air from Alda," Verdi. 4
Trior to Mrs.' Mocknll's singing this I
numher, Sirs. Frank Atherton acted I
Im Hcrst (In Autumn) ..
Air for "0" String
Tho llco Schubert
Itecltnthe nnd Air from Alda. Verdi
The dunclngipiivllloii Is built over tho
iinnouncd. Alrtung the frl. u.N present
BRO. BENJAB1IN REMEDIES ARE THE BEST
Ttate Mark Rennt. U. S. Patent Otfiee
PATH OPU PILIKIA
STOMACH, LIVER, KIDNEY AND BLADDER' F1EMCDY,
Ciirei Indigottlon, Dspcptla, Rour Stnmaeli, Lack of Appe
tite, Fluttering of tin Heirt, Gat and Wind on Stomach,
Bloated Feeling, Pain in Stomach after Eatinj, Sick Head
ache, Dixzlnost Coaicd Tongue, Bilioutreji, La Grippe,
Dengue Fever, Chlljj and Fever,' Malaria, Breakbone Fever,
That Tired Feeling;. Jaunc!l-e, Backachi, DlaLetei, Gravel,
Incipient Bright' Di e.ite, Bladder Trojblo, Cnureils (Bed
Wetting by Children), Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Catarrh,
Scrofula, Melancholia, Wor.ns of All Kindt, Nervous and Female Duordcri, Gtaeplrttntit, Cure Con-'
ctipation, anaemic condition. A great Tome for Women. Diroctjons in English. Hawaiian, Portug iee,
Spanish, Italian and Frenc.i.
Prices, 1.00 per bottl?) 3 for J2.53i C for J5.03
BRO. BENJAMIN WONDSR LINIMENT Grecteit relief for A-.hei and Pains 60e! 5 for J2.00
BRO. BENJAMIN CATARRfT REMEDY For Dihlcull Breathing Celarrh, ColJ In Head C3ci 5for.J2.00
BRO. BENJAMIN COUOH REMEDY For Throat, Cheit and Lunj Troublo. Aelhma, Etc. Met 5 for $2.00
BRO. BENJAMIN SALVE For Cute, Crulcos. Burns, Ooroi, lte-, Pilei
BRO. BENJAMIN PILLS 3ret Laxative, Alter-Dmner Pill
Thl. nlttura nnd the vorclt Tiro. Cenli-
mln muit b on every packatjo
- I I I .. M
. i .it i .. ..- ..I.. 1 1 ni .ll . .'"" -
constnictcd for dancing Tho grounds 'Ste ili " - A- " -
surrounding the club house .nd tho '"'"" " .... ,.,. ....,.,
pavilion will bo strung will, nmimer-l NoyeV. MLs . de 1., n, Miss
able elerlile lights, shaded by Jn.a- Mr,
nese nnd Chinese lunlerns. Mrs. hit- , , .,. , . .,. ..
ward J. 1 .mliorluko. Mrs. Wilbur. ,:f. ' M,.'r Wln llirnl ,.nim,' " '
Mrs. Johnson. Mis. Clark. Mrs. Turn-1 NH(' . Ht ,,,,; j ,,,,,, Win. , B1,Ciitl her vacation vu.i her grand- BOGUS NOBLEMAN'S ASHES
er tinil Mrs. Williams win rrrcno , ,.v,ni. tn,n,.. r. yi,i.i.n. mother. Mrs. It. I.lRlim.in.
Alk your Pfantation Store or nearest Dealer to get these Medicines for you.
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD., hS'
25cS for $1.00
1024 Fort St.. Nr. King
Odd rdlov.j Building
ns elucldulor, reading tho following 6. Dlrd ns Prophet
explanation of the romance: "AldnJ
Is a captlvo princess, the daughter uf
a King, against whom her captors aro
sending forth an nrmy. Leading thu
army Isjtadames who loves Alda; al
though he Is forced to light his fath
er. Tho recitative is an explosion of
her despair and conflicting emotions.
Friends aro always delighted when
Mrs. Francis Oay of Kauai, decides to
visit lu Honolulu, for bIic Is a univer
sal society favorite. Her visits, even
Tho opening phrase nltornn Vlncltor.. '" lho ""minor time, enliven the so
ber lu a
cial stagnation of Honolulu, for her
tliclr guest miust n uower o. " i ul rl ,,p ,a Nlx ,,rnr
boo. imlms and tropical greenery. ',,.,. ... ,. . ...,..,,
Following Is the form of the engruod
Invitations that have been Issued:
The Olilcers and Ladles of Furl linger
request the pleasure of your
company nt a dancw
lo bo given at the Outrigger Club
on Thursday evening, June lho
eighth, nt nlno o'clock.
It. S. V. 1'.
Luncheon nt Cnnulry Club.
ArtlHtlo buskcts of different size
niled with plnk'and whlto roses ndorn
MiTlphr-, Fred Wilght. H
Bcvling Party at Fort Shatter.
Mr William nnd Henley fhiipiii.in,
suns of Cnptnln Chapman, will in-
terliiln nt a howling party at
ami Mia Arthur MiicklnsNHi
me the nrnini iMissesMini i u imuy
t.oii, that was born the llrst of the
THROWN INTO POTOMAC
h night ill" fimi'ii
lugioii mil luil i.
muniT.iy t Wash-rii'inat.tl.
Former UuIIp.1 fltnles Reiulor Al-
,'"rl fred Heard Klttredge of Sioux Falls.
Hhnrttr In honor of Inn flriihuin. who j w( f0rv0li two terms lu II"'
has JiKt reoeheil his appuliituieiit t'sena,.( M service ending two yeais
thu, Nnnl Academy nml will leiic on n(,n flt0l at Hot Springs. Ark, receiit
thn Slerrn for Anniipnlls. where he will jv
heconii' n cadet and luki- the inursii '
A UOIgl.in company is iiiiiiiiiuk ;
WASHlNtiTdN. Mi' f Ih" seeiet
of lho (Ill-position of the- iiklici of
Sidney l.a'n'ullos lor vr-nr k i iwn ai.
the bigus ,-Iji"i1 IP'iefford." was -e.ilcd
tulny lu lho dlscovniy Ihul
they woio tin .wn liit'i the I'litumno
iler a M'.ir ngo.
This was donei nt lln direction of
n ' .Mis. Tlionnr, who in s-iiit in ua
hce:i ono of tho lves of the
CI KVKLANM, Mnv 17.--King
C'U'Xt'Innd,' Mav 17.- Ktusf Henry
VIII and K'ng IMward VI of Kngland
we'o rcpullateil as foimih-rr. of lho
Aligllnin ilinrrli, and (.rlm.il histories
iroordlng such tin the truth whn i'-.
Mfiiml nt todav'n session of the I'plsr '
rfin.il dloorsn of Ohio In rom cut loll
f.ilso heir. , I
A rofoliilloii was ndoplcd anklng ,
t,t tpnl.ili.tr fi.r III.. IT M VilV. VltlltllT
Iflrabaiii Is very noimlnr, and his joung' $t.00 OOrt hotel In Madrid.
ed the largo circular table ut the jfrlcmlx are vying with each nllu-r toj I'lirrshlnK machines woro Invenled
Oaliu Country Club on tho occasion
when Mrs. Charles F.lston entertain
ed Thursday. Tho luncheon was giv
en complimentary to her slstcr-ln-law,
Mrs. A. M Elston. The favors were
pretty miniature fans, tinted in pink
nnd gieen. Tho accessories of nn
abundance of pluk silk tullo and baby
maldcnhnlr fern, combined with thu
i roses, resulted In nn exiiuisuo nnu
return . victor, escaolni-
tliiiiiPhtlMft nimnoi.t nr nnihiitnim friends aro alwuys planning social
and love for Hndnmcs. Regretting II, f"nc'9 ' "cr honor. .Mrs. Oay ur-
she thinks of her father nnd brothers rlviMl l ,l,u cl,y Sunday und Is div-
who sro'nghtlng to restore her to hor ldln 1,er ""10 "etween her mollier'a
country, iilcturlnir them as blood- ,ll,118 l Wulklkl and Wallele. Mr
staliiod nnd her
tho second movement
io mo gous to forget tier raBti words, !V ".." ,..""'u .'. " "" "u."u "'m. Kt.mn. Mm. Francis Oavi Mrs. 12,
nnd scalier tlfo enemies of her na- mnii valley. Mrs. llay Is so Inter- ' Wllllam Williamson,
Hon. Then recalling her lover, sho ..' Planning Improvements fur W' ? ?JS"iTS!:
. ..... . . III., .ll'lfif. tllt.t ult.i lln.i ..... Iii.nti nfcl'""' ........ .. .. ....
rt'Kreia uer wish lor nor eneniies ties- ,.,... ,., ..UD ..,. v.. ...-
trnctloii nml reinonilinm ih l.wn feiitlng many Invitations,
.... . - . . . t,,,..,v.,,.,.,....,l ... I...I.... .
which, hns console,! her .luring her -.' y...B ..... ... ', Mlss ldil Ko,.llke, .M8g Kuth
captlvlly. She then sings of both fall,- Bro-nds; broad roads are being c.it.l irlnn Ao0l!a. . MlflH ,,,,.,..,. of Cnrop.
father a ca.rt.vo. In '.ZV -' iecomtton. Among
lent she prays wild y ""nutlful place ut Allan Herbert s.i L. . .lesU wro Mrs A,
met her rh words ! uated almost at tho head ol . b'' ." i"e " "' f.
," f,,,l W. Jordan, Mrs. Wllllam Williamson,
. ' rl Mrs. Robert lionil. Mrs Frederick Wa-
7 " "Unrhoiisr, Mrs. Ernest Ross. Mrs. Lee 'nuptial Idea, fur the fair ouii guesl
,,,,'' of Woodland, California, Miss Vloli-t,nr honor will Join' IliP ranks of iiing
'dO 111 lllO, .. , .i. .l ,.- I... l,l.. L'.,ll.. limLnn. .... 111.. Ilrl f Til..,'. Till.
tnlertnlii him before his ihp.irture for n i:nBatui n 1735.
the I'iist. After ttovolln tlin mam
part of the evening 'In bowling, the 1
hosts and their guests' will enjoy elab
orate refreshment tlut will be served
lit the Homo or cnpinin aim Airs, iiuip-
Mrs. Williamson's Luncheon.
MIhs Claire Williams Is thn guert of
honor nt the luncheon! that wns given
Unlay by Mrs. William Williamson nt
her home on Niiunnii avenue Hothnusu
llnucrs decorated the round table. The
place, cards were Indicative of tlio pre-
Pfir four eirs after his deitli at for a riitiimlsslcn In Invrhtlgnlr
Asheilllo TJ. (', "Uird HoresfurdV lto. Fraiik 1I11 Moulin, do ill of
body wis oTlillilirl In nn undertaker's Trinity r.itlirdrnl. la chaliman of the
shoiK list car ."Mrs. Thninas" lioilv ui(ituleil.
or and lover Maying sho iiravR for an" '" Birago Is Hearing com-
tlicm both, for both sho weeps mid. l,Ic,lon- Tl ''08 HI "t lo reno
wlshes sho might dlo. The last movo- vll,t'l "n,M tlio arrival of Mr. and
menl Is n dnsnalrlnir nrnver for Ihn Mf- O-Vi B"", Krnest, who has been
gods of nlty " i attending school at Connection', and
violinist that wo
will arrive on tho Mongolia. Mrs. (lay
ca'n wo bo ,)roud of. never seemed to "' ,B"oml ,l,e ",0",h ,lf 3m ' "
be in better form than ut Wednes-1
day's entertainment. Her strength
und delicacy uf pluylng, and her In
tellectual couieptlon of her music,
iinil bur original ideas of how thu
works of tho masters should bo
l'ari) In Honor of JlldHlilpiuiin
Midshipman Graham of tho U. S.
Navy will bo tho motif for "n, picnic
played, makes nil music lovers eager party ti tho peninsula. Tho party of
lo attend any mimical lecltal or con- young people und their chaperouo left
cert when she Is on tho program. She
was enthusiastically received Wednes
day, nnd her renditions wcro encored
ugalu und again. Much of tho suc
cess nf the program was duo to Mrs.
1). Howard Hitchcock and Miss
Worlhmueller, who acted as accom
panists. This was tho Inst meeting
of the Morning Musical Club until
October. The club numbers about
fifty members. They pledge them
selves to tuke part three times, ut
least, in tho program during tho year.
Some of the most talented musicians
of the city belong to the club. Tbero
Is u movement on foot that next year
unyone who Is not musical or prefers
not to take active part in musical en
tertainments may become associate
luemburB. Of conrso this would bur
them from voting or having a voice
in tho business affairs of the club.
On the other bund "music lovers"
would bo enabled to bear excellent
music several times 11 month by sim
ply pitying tho membership fee. For
tunately, Wednesday's meeting wus
un "open meeting," nnd u large per
centage of tho fnshlonublo audience
were gueBts, many of tho Service peo
ple being there. This meeting wus
one of the social events of the year.
The hall was elaborutely decorated In
green nnd white. The stage was
adorned with tall orleiltat Jars con
taining Ascension lilies; the tall pot-
led Kontlii palms were extensively
used and mudu u beautiful back
ground for the iierforineiB. Many
Imndsonio gnwns woru obsorved.
Among those present were Mrs. Wul
tor Freur, Mrs, Montgomery Macomb,
Mrs. Cowles. Miss Cowles, Mrs, II. F.
Marx, Miss I2dltli Williams, Mrs. l'tit
muu of Fort Do Hussy, Mrs, Oerrltt
Wilder, Mis, Neville, Mrs. Timber
lake, MrH. Murlx, Mrs. Arthur Wood,
Miss Vera Damon, Miss Jloutrlco Cus
tie, MrH, lluriiliiilii of Kurt Hliuflnr,
Mrs. Cook, wlfu of Captain Cook,
Miss (liuiible, Mrs Cainplw, wlfu of
Major Camplii, Mrn Clifton Cuitur,
Mm, Sherman. Mrs tleorgu Curler,
Minn Arlillli', Mrn IMwiiids, wlfu nf
dipt, iMwiiiils, MrH, Olmiii, MrH, win
hi blue, Mm
nla. Miss Ilcrtha Koepke, and others.
Miss L'dllli Conies' Supper
Admiral Cowles' homo on Niiuanu
mntrnnr, on t)i llrst of June. The
luncheon to lay was exlrtmely Informal.
The following friends enjnjvd Mrs.
WIIIIiiiiisou'h hospitality! Miss llentrlci
C.isllo. Miss McStocker, Miss f'lalre
Williams, Miss I.ydla MeRlockcr. Ml
avenue will bo the setting for an on- IMIth Williams and Mils Sura Lucas.
this morning for the iieulusiila. llulf
of the joung people will motor, the
rest of them took tho 9:lli train. Tfie
day will bo devoted to swimming nnd
boating, and theso aquatic sports will
bo Indulged In before luncheon. After
tlllln the remainder of the afternoon
will be devoted to dancing. Several
of the young boys and girls are mu
sical, nnd have taken their ukueles,
guitars und banjos with them. Among
thoso who' will enjoy this outing aro
Miss Hutb McChesney, Miss Murgaret
Wadiuan, Miss Ituth Super,-Miss Mar
tha McChesney, Miss Thelma Murphy,
Miss Ituth Andorson, Miss Myrtle
Schuman, Miss Midge Oilman, Miss
Fannie lloogs. Miss Margaret Center,
Miss II. Mcl-ean, Miss Margaret Hes
tarlck, the Misses Chapman (3), Mid
shipman Ivan Graham, Mr. Marston
Cniupbt-ll, Mr. Hilly Chnpmun, Mr. A.
Anderson, Mr. Heynold McOrew, Mr.
II. Shlpinnu, Mr. Oswuld Hind, Mr.
C McLean, Mr. O. Stevens, Mr. Henley
Chapman, Mr. Dodge, Mr. Cowles, Mr.
Alun Kenton, and others.
IMnner en V. S. Tlicllx.
Handsome in every dotal) was the
dinner given Tuesday evening by
Lieut. I'lua of the U. S. revenue cutter
service, Strands of mallo were ur
rungtd In u lattice effect over the
damnbk cloth. Tho green was Inter-
sporsed with tiny red und white elec
tric lights. Theso mliilatiiru lights
also glowed amongst the large Moral
centerpiece of whlto asters, und pro
duced a unique und stunning result.
Thu pluro curds were hund-pulnted on
curved Ivory, depleting Jupunoso
scones. Among Lieut, i'iuo's guests
wcio Judge and Mrs Henry Cooper,
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Shecdy, Miss
llorthu Koepke, Miss Allru Cooper,
Miss Florence I IntTliiun, Miss Irene
Cooper, Miss Isabella Cooper, I.leut.
Koblnson of the revenue cutler Thetis,
l.leul Vaughn of Fort linger, Mr.
Walluiii Cooper nnd Mr. Wnllr Kendall
llliuiir nt rnlirrll CI11I1
MlllltH WIIH lllll I'llllir HI'lll'IIIU i'ho"ii
I, 'IVniioy IVik, mih, rnr urn uiiiiier wnen wr tniiixpio mi
iiioiuo Puller. Mih ei 11 iiim hi hih iiituHiy ciiiii mhii-
Hwniiit), Mw Ululr. Mm liijlimni. 'I'D "vt'iiMig Tli ili'llgliMiil intulr
Mrn Hulloii, Mih WIIIIiiih WI1M1117 h kIwh Hi luiiiitr nr MIhh I'luri'iif"
MrH, iiiiimni I'twiiM, Mih AiIiimih, Mm.ll'irrMiiiii it lr m Imt iilc m rnli-
Mrs. Kmmet May, formerly Miss
Hose Hoth of Hiinollilu, arrived Mon
day on the .Manchuria to i""iul II. o
wedding of her sister, Miss '..Ice
Hnth, tu Mr. Frank Thompson, which
will tnko plnco June L'lBt. Mr. and
Mrs. Kniiuet May have taken up a
permanent residence In I.os Angeles, '
California, and It has Icon two jcith ,
since Mrs. May has visited In Hono
lulu. Sho is being accorded n waim
welcome by her innny frlcmU.
Mrs. Annn S. Wright, who resides
nt Vldu Vllt.i, entei tallied tharmltigly
on Wednesday evening at her birth
day dinner, to which fourteen guests
were invited. The tnblo was ex
quisitely decorated In pajo pink. The
centerpieces were baskets uf pink and
whlto roses Intermingled with lino
lace ferns. Scattered over tlio table
wore roses and laco ferns. Dainty
pale pink shades adorned the candle
sticks. The favors wero small pluk
baskets tilled with bon-bons.
Lieut, und Mrs, Wutklns of thu Kn-
gluecr Corps of tho At my have taken
up permanent quarters nt Fort He
Hussy, nnd are cosily situated In a
pretty bungaluw near lho sea. I.leut.
Wutklns will still do map work mid
surveying In outlying dlstrlctn of Ho
nolulu, but will spend most of his
tlmo ut the post
Mr. nnd Mrs. William I.ovo who
have been routlm- Mis J2, 11. Wnlei
Iioiibo'h homo on Wllln sticet. will
spend several months nt lho William
lloogs place at Kahnla, Mr. Ixivo has
purchased a Urge lot next fi Judgo
Halloa's homo In Kuunim Valley nnj
Is formulating plans fur building.
Tim Heverend nnd Mrs. A. M, Hlston
Joyuhlo tupper party which will bo
given by his duughter this evening ut
seven o'clock A dozen covers will
be arranged around tho highly pol
ished table that will he ornamented
with dollies, und n centerpiece of Cluny
lace lo correspond with the dollies.
A fancy basket of various kinds of
fruits will be a pretty adornment for
the table. Following nre the guests
who will enjoy thu hospitality of this
charming young Boclety girl: Lieut,
and Mrs. Hoy Francis Smith of the
II. S. Nnvy und their house guest,
Miss Cuteni.in; Mr. and Mrs. L'llom
medleii, Miss Orace Davis, I.leut,
lingers or tho Twentieth Inruulry,
Lieut. Andrews, aide do camp to Hen.
Macomb, Lieut. Ululr, U. S. M. C.,.und
Lieut. Sahm of the U. S. Navy.
Kuiuaalna Celebrates hOlh Illrthd.ij.
Uist Sunday nt Kuniuluiniilii, Ka
lilolaiil Park. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Mc-
Oulio celebrated In honor of tho 80th
birthday of his father, Jus. W. Mc
Gulro, with a pol luncheon. A long
family tuhle loaded down with Ha
waiian delicacies was neatly arranged
under 11 canopy lit the yard, where tho
stately treeB and pretty follago lent
naturo's own beauty to the scone.
This occasion was 11 picture to bo re
membered. "SeutM ut the table were
futher, mother, 'sons, daughters, giund
sons und grund daughters, great
grand children, daughter-ln-lnw, and
u few Intimate frehds.
Mr J. W McOuIre was for several
years lire marshal! of thu Kingdom
during the reign of King Kulukiiuu.
Hun. nnd Mrs. K. ('. Peter's l'ol
The Hon. and Mrs. K. C, Peters havo
Issued Invltiitlons for n pol supper
which will bo given at their home a
unnk from this uveillllg. Juno 3rd.
The affair Is being planned 111 honor after a delightful two months' visit
,,r mibm lj.lnui.lu Smith and Mr. Hun- With Mr. and .Mrs. Ilobcil Ilonil nio
Jamln Clurko, whoso engagement has planning to return lo their liuiuo next
COMMENCING JUNE FIRST THE TERRITORIAL MES
SENGER SERVICE WILL INAUGURATE A PARCEL DELIV
ERY SERVICE COVERING THE ENTIRE
ARRANGE WITH US FOR THIS SERVICE:
PHONE 1861 and 1862.
WAGONS LEAVE TOWN AT 10:30 a. to. DAILY.
been announced In the society column
of this paper.
Cnpl. and Mrs. Putnam's Dinner.
Captain und Mrs. Putnam entertain
ed Wednesday evening lu honor of
Captain and Mih. Clifton Carter nnd
Major and Mrs. Alexander Davis,
Yellow (oriopuls und lace fern cull'
tllhuleil to the beauty of thu lublo
iippiiiiiiiutnis After dinner an
1 client Impromptu mimical pimtium
was Muiiltiiisl t'lipliiln I'liliiaiii im
hcnm'ii 11 splendid vol' 11, mid Im wim
pi nt ailed upon In Nlng 11 number nr
VIM III H'lci'lluim
I.I nt. nml iii'i I'ihIIS Uliiiii'r,
l.lciil Mini Mih I'l.ill I'liii'iliiliitxl
month. They will sail cither on tho
tenth or twelfth of Juno.
Miss Marguerite Crelghton, wlit has
been 11 studeut lu the Dnlvetslly of I
Cnllfotnla for lh past slnee yeurs.l
has fiiinn In spend her miiuiunr vu
cation with ler liiulher. Mih. I. I..
Mis l.eo or Wissllaud, (Iiillfoinhi,,
nriltod Mmnlav mi Hie Munclnirl.i in
pond six winks ns tin, giioM nr Ml
lllid Mm Arllml Mui'lilnliwli. Ml
,io u 11 tlir id Mih M.ickliiliwli
Mlwi Mililellni' lliMW. whi. hu. liMl
liduiiiHil (lorn 11 Hull' uf Uuitim wllh
iii IMIHIlH. Illl HHIUi III llwiiululu
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE YOUNG HOTEL LAUNDRY.
CORNER HOTEL nnd UNION.
TELEPHONES 10G1 nml 1062.
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