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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
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Marine Band at University Club.
A social event of the week wan tho
plnylng of the U, S. Marine Hand at
the University Club, Wednesday
evening. Tho club members were
privileged to Invite their friends, a
groat Blrlt of hospitality was dls.
plajed. Tliu grounds, surrounding
tho nttrnctlvc club limine were tiling
with Oriental lanterns, each of tho
members hail tables placod under tho
palms nnd trees, whero their particu
lar miosis were seated. During the
ovenlnc Ices, cakes, coollm? Imvornir.
es, sandwiches and other light re-, l0"B ",0 for"'ate guests to enjoy
freihincnts were Borvcd. Considering ,1' hostess hospitality were Mrs. Ar
that tho Marino Hand have been niav. . ,hur Woo! Mm. Walter Francis
lug but a yenr together, they deserve.
unstluUd pralso and credit, and We I
iiosdnv's nudlenco was most ciithmi
nstlc In tholr applause The concert
was quite an Innovation, but was so
thoroughly enlnvml. It In in i. i,,,n.i
mat ino club will decide to have them
quite frequently In the future.
Mrs. Sherman's Pol Luncheon
Among the beautiful entertainments
or the week, was the pol
riven Wednesday by Mrs
Mucnutiii. iiiu aumr was compiimeii-i
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laiv In lln Ariln.r w., i ..r ,, ,i . -""" "" ".: ,, cuucsuu icr nervue. ino laoies were place
o nla Tlliarokin .stl ' by Mr B"'1 Mr T1,0",a, KI"B' "" ,ho "" n'alta nal. later dell
lornia. rtie largo koa table was nlaeo nomielnt- ih ,nrrl f ,i,i. i.i., ',... ....i .
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old" Hawaiian sUlo wl,?6.0.'" ?
oui Hawaiian stylo, with lels and
lerns. The surface of tin
completely covered with
Thn fiiirrr.no nf ,1. . ui.i
The surface of tho tahlrwan
ferns- In th ,,. i ..".
v n,iVf .,.... r . . "u .'
?!'e L.BVVoei 8nled plumarla
reel scented plumarla
The most artistic decora-
1912 Pockard "M"
Touring Car. '
j The Packard "Six" is intended for those who wish more
.' power and speed than is practical in a universally effi
. : t.
tlon was n rnncy basket filled with
sprays'of gladiolus, Tho unique part
of thn dccnrntlve scheme wns tho In
deduction of three large plaster cas'e
monkeys, Indicative of "think no evil
hear no evil, seo no evil," that wore
artistically suspended over the cen
ter of tho table, holding tho basket
of sword -Wiles nnd trailing nsparagU
vine Few women would have thought
of thls symbol thut If followed
would bo the means of reforming the
world. It Is not strange that Mrs
Sherman thought of this artistic and
beautiful device, for her friends anil
acquaintances know that her chief
lu'1" '" "fe Is to follow this motto.
Frenr, Mrs. Harrison D. Kerr, Miss
Kerr, Mrs. Kdwnrd J. Tlmberlake.
Mrs. flerrlt Wilder, Mrs. F M. Hwnn
iy, Mrs. C. S. Hollowny, Mrs. Arthur
Wall, Mrs. irbon Low, Mrs. James
Wilder, -Mrs. dcorgo Potter, Mrs.
"'"" "" rraiicm uhj or rvnuai,
Mrs. James Judd. Mrs. llenliniln I.
.Marx, Mrs. II. M. von Holt, Mrs. I).
Howard Hitchcock and Miss Cather
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" " ' iiii. wiuiii,. vitiua ii-iiumiiiieiiiH woro sorvef
Nowl,,e" " San Francisco. Thn'snrable afternoon were Mrs. Putnam
young neonle have lioen nnirnr,i h, m wi.i si. m. .
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o.er a year, although fow of their.
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ineiiiiH wero awaro or ine rnot. Tim
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yo".nB Lnuo come,, rrom n Prominent
California family and Is popular bo-'
rlallv In Sm. Pm,,M.m
Pniinlortn ! rrl, ,,. n
The Pacliard "30" is the standard Packard car on account
of its combination of constant efficiency and adaptabil-
' ity to an extremely wide range of uses and conditions.
40 Hin.fi(iver, A.
- cylinder car.
48 HorkcpoMiTt A.
The Packard "18" is a town car. It is the same in design
and construction as the Packard "30" but of less pow
er and capacity.
SO lliirst'iioifer, A. I,. A. M. rating
There Is only one quality in Puckurd cars. Tho list prico
maintained. Packard service In u part of the purchase
Tho new line Is fully described In our dialog. We will
range with you far a demonstration.
Packard Dealer & Company, vf
1912 Packard Boulevard. ?"' -
The von Hamm-Young Co.,
V, King was one of Honolulu's most
papular voung bachelors, and his hosta
of friends wish Mm every happiness
Aflcr n brief hone) moon, Hip yaini
couple will conio to Honolulu, whern
they will reside.
Beside the family, a largo conting
ent of friends were nt the dock ov
terday to welcome Miss Kthel Spald
ing, who arrived on tho Sierra nfter
n six months' 'trip on the lnaliilmil
If possible. Miss Spalding Is piettlt'r
than ever. 8he hns ben greatly
missed by her legions of fi lends In
the islands and It Vs not necessary
to relato that she Is being accorded
n warm welcome. This oung glil
Is not only beautiful, but possesses u
charm of manner that has made liei
Wedneit'iy Bridge Club.
At the meeting of the Wednesday
Drldgc Club nt tho homo of Mrs, Ar
thur Marlx this week, Bllken hosiery
wero awarded as prizes. Thero was
one extra guest table nt this tab'o
Miss Kuteman. the house guest of
IJout. and Mrs. Roy Francis 8mlth
was the winner. The two club mem
bers who possessed tho highest scores
wero MrB. Smith of Fort .Shatter and
Mrs Wilcox of the U S. Ilevnue Cut
ter Service. Tho tables were place
mm. iviuieia, .urn. unapiuan, .lire.
Neville. Mrs. Wltmr. Mr n,i,. r
i.Yirt shnfior ui,. i.-,.in,n ...
Pardee, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Hoy Francis
Smith. Mrs. Turner .,.,,1" Mrs .i.,,i.
. Mrs. Turner and
1.. A. M. rating
L. A. M. nillug
is always strictly
of a Packard car,,
be pleased to'ur-
2.1. That Mrs
fleorge (loiild la soon to heroine n
grandmother is Indicated by the ex
citement reigning nt the (loul I cnin
try place In Lakewood, where Mrs.
Anthony J. Diexel ,Jr., who was Ma-
Mrs. Holloway'a Luau.
Under the shade of tho broad cocoa-nut-leaf
laual of her bcaullfiil hi'acli
remit at Kaalawal last Tlmrxday aft
ernoon. Mrs 0 S. Iloll.iwjv, g.nu a
most enjoyable limn In huror of the
members or Kuwaln'uu Alumiiao As
Fuclatlon, of which she I ' prosiduut.
The guests iiumberlnK about thirty,
all of whom hae beqn attendants of
the old Kawalahao Seminary, declar
ed the occasion as one of the most
pleasant ecnts of tho week.
Hawaiian delicacies, prepared un
der the suponlsloii .of the hostess,
Mrs, Hollowny, weioipreid on three
Ion gtables, around wjiicu the guests
During the entertainment and luau,
I lie girls sang tho old mings which
they used to sing at the Seminary.
when It was on King street, m.iiiku of
Mrs. Holloway ha 1 three .automo
biles placed tit the dlssal of her
guests nt the end of the car' lino, ut
Wnlklkl, whence they wero coin eyed
to and from 'her beach resort ut KB'
The decorations wero s'inple, but
they wero tnont artistically n"",ii''d
Mrs, Holloway will leavo f)r Iho
States In ii month or two, PHns f.ir
n farewell dinner beroio her ilojiait
ure, arc being talked of by somo of
her Intimate friends.
Stag IMiiner ill tlnliirsTiy Cluh.
A Jolly dinner party was tendered
Mr. Frank IMnuid Tliompsou nt tho
University Club Friday evening ,by
fourteen of bis Intlmato friends. Tim
table was deiornted with quantities
of scarlet carnations, Tho Mowers
wero banked In the center nnd en
circled by tiny electric light bulbs on
closed In crepe paper shades mndo to
resemblo double carnations. Sprays
of maidenhair fern and Innumerable
red carnations wcie scattered over
the snowy cloth The place cards
were iinlququml appropriate. During
the dinner toasts were drank and
many witty speeches made, nnd the
guest at honor was congratulated
over tho approaching marriage to
Miss Allco Itolli, who is one of the
handsomest and most popular girls of
tho city. Among those who enjoyed '
this delightful affair worn Judge
demons, Dr llodgins, Mr. Will Until,
Mr. William Williamson, Mr. John
Hums, Dr. Clifford II. High, Judge;
I.ymer, Mr. Wleoler, Mr.- Olllo Sor-'
enson, Mr Wulter 0. Smith, Captain
Falls, Lieutenant I'll dee, Lieutenant
McClcery, Mr 11 M Wntson, and oth
ers. wiiuniNQ an.n'ounci:mi:nt
Capt. William Illchard Gibson
Mrs, Ionise II Uentley,
Were married on Tuesday, tho thlrr
Uenth of June, nineteen hundred
and eleven. ,
At homo nfter the twentieth
of Juno at Hcholleld llarracks.
A nrettv little inmnncn was culmi
nated Tuesday, wlien Mrs. Louise
llentley arrived on the transport
Ilufoid and was man led on the a.itmt
day to Captain William Illchard (i lb
son of tho Second Infantry. Mrs.
(Ilbson Is young and nttrnctlve and
Is being accorded a warn welcome by
tho olllcers and their wives at SUio-
The Yacht Club dance nt Ilalelwn
proed very enjoyable Danplug on
the broad lanal, Iho full moon at Ilu
lolwn nnd the Hawaiian music being
an attraction few' could resist.
Jorlo (ioutd has been tinier the
watchful care of her mother for sov-
eial weeks. Mr and Mrs. Drex")
wero mirrloi mer u year ago, and
their wedding was one of tho most
notable eeiits of the kind III New
Yoik during 1010.
Week-cud Part) on Tantalus.
Mr. and Mrs James Duugljerty, Mr
and Mrs. Frederick Damon, Mr Hur
old Ultra id and Mr Frank Armstrong
spent the week-end on Mount Tanta
lus, spending from Saturday to Tues
day at the Walter (1 Wards' home
Numerous tiniups were tnken and n
general good time wus enjoyed.
Mrs. Augustus Miirplij's Tea,
xIis. Augustui Murphy will enter
tain ut n small Informal 4 o'clock ten
Monday aflcinoon In honor of Mrs.
fleorge Lycurgus, who Icmus Wed
nesday for n visit to San Francisco
About thirty friends of the hostess
nnd guest of honor lme been In
vited, and nn enjoyable time Is being
.Mrs. It, A. Jordan's Ten.
A coterie of ft lends of Mrs, It. A.
Jordan enjoyed her 4 o'clock tea
Wednesday afternoon, Ilefreslunents
and tea' wero sened on the largo
Innnl at her home In Ntiuunu Valley
Tlio giieits weio seated at small
tables decor ited with cut Mowers The
ten rliithH wcie embroidered with the
same flowers, thus matching the floral
ilecor.il lun. On one table was placed
u cut glass bowl containing violets.
on another was n rose Jar tilled with
roses, the thlid table was bedecked
with paiiFlca, another table was ef-
ftcthn In large pink carnations, etc
Among those who participated In this
ilellghtrul but Informal gathering
wero Mrs. William Super. Mrs. M. V
Proseer, Mrs. John Striker McOrew,
Mrs Philip WrlghtBon, Mrs U Tenney
i-ocK, sirs. k. II Waterhouse. Mrs.
Alan Ilottomley, Mm. I'ndurlck Wa
terlioure. Miss Itlalr, Miss Iulsn
i.ucns. Mrs. Krnest Wiiterhouse. Mrs.
Soulhgnli., Mrs. A, Newton I.ocke. ho
misses -Jordan. Mrs, Uckhart, Mrs.
Ilerd, rind others
Captain and Mrs. Marl Dinner.
Mr, and Mrs. (llendennlng of Suit
T.iil,,, rlt.. .. n.. .1... .- . .
v.,, ,-,,, inn gnesis or nnnor
in a ilinner given last eienln,. i.
Ciiiitaln and Mrs. Arthur Marlx at
uieir cnariiiing home, ioc4 Klnuii
street Colors weie laid for eight nt
me iioiei iiulen tallies.
Captain mid Mrs. Margin' Ilinner.
Captain ami Mrs. Koester, Lieuten
ant mid Mrs Cunningham. Chaplain
uud Mis. Foerster, Miss lloiiham and
Lleuteniint Wlntor enjoyed the hos
pitality or Cnptaln and Mrs. Sturgls
at dinner ut their cosoy homo ut
Scholleld'Ilnrruiks. Corcoiisls nnd
innldinhulr fern decorated the Aablu
Chaplain Cnulcii'.s l.iiiiclicoii.
Chaplain Crudeii, If H. A entorlaln-
ed Chaplain lloiiluhiiu of Ij'llcliua,
Dr. Mills and Chaplain Ilrotby ut
luncheon Tuesday ut the Mo.ina Ho
tel. Alter luncheon tho party motor
ed to the dlffcrout forts, Including
Fort Do Uussy, Fort Hugor and Fort
Shnftef, paying their resiects to it
number of the olllcers
.Mrs. IliildnlnV llrldge Luiichoon.
Mrs, D.itdwin, mother of Mrs, Ken
nedy of Fort Sluiftor, will entertain
ut the Hotel Colonial at n bridge
luncheon on Thursday, Juno 22nd.
CoveiH will be laid for sixteen, Al
though tho Colonial has been opou
but a few weeks tho manager la mak
ing u splendid reputation for enter
Mr Kdwnrd nnd Iauly Doyle of Uin
don Hpiut u part of the week ut Ha
lt lw a.
Tho departure on tho Korea of Miss
Athnllo Leiev for the Coast Is giv
ing her many friends the gientest re
gret, for she has decided to take up
her pern.niieiit rtsldenco In llerkclcy,
California, with her mother, Mrs
Monioe, who has long desired the
return to her daughter. Miss l.eiey
Is the granddaughter of Mrs, Coney,
one of the prominent members of
Honolulu's old families. Bile Is n
(ouslu of Mrs .lay Gould, nco Anna
Graham, who before thor marriage
i lulled lieie nt the time her cousin,
Miss Htsn Itcujes, was here. Miss
Leiey, who spent the most of her
time with her num. the late Mis.
Julian Monsarrat, nt their ranch on
the Island of Haw all, accompanied
her aunt to Honolulu to visit her rel
atives At that time there was much
entertaining of this trio or attractive
and popular girls Miss I-euy return
ed with her aunt to Hawaii uud re
mained thero during the hitter's Ill
ness Miss l.eioy will be greatly miss
ed, for aim Is u social favorite wher
ever she resides. What Is Honolulu's
loss Is Ilerkeley's gain.
Major and Mrs. George Potter will
take up a permanent nsldeiice at the
Hotel Colonial the llrst or July Thev
have secured beautiful apartments nt
this new hotel.
Mrs. Kdwnrd J. Tlmberlake, wife of
Major Tlmberlake or Furt linger, will
be nt homo on the remaining Tues
days or this mouth. After the llrst
or July this Army matron's formal
receiving day will be discontinued
until the first Tuesday in October.
Mrs. Clifford II. Kimball and two
children nre visiting her mother and
father, .Mr and Mrs Thomas King,
ut their bume oh the corner of Pllkol
and I.utiulllo streets. Mrs. Kimball
will be In town for another fortnight.
Miss lamlso Olrrard vlslled for sev
eral dais at l.ellehua at the Heglmen-
tal Post from Saturday until Tues
day ami had n dellgh'fiil lime.
Mrs Krnest lloss entertained nt
luncheon Thursdny ut tho lintel Co
lonial, complimentary to Mr and Mrs
Frnncls Clay of Kauul A delicious
luncheon wus served, and tho appoint
ments of the table were artistic
Miss lllanche Dwlnell, n prominent
young society girl of San Francisco,
arrived on the Sierra yesterduy to
visit Dr. and Mrs. James Judd. Miss
Dwlnell Is n stunning looking girl,
above the average height, Is slender
and fair. She Is charmed with Ho
nolulu and tho out-of-door lire thut
the Islands afford will appeal to her
especially, for she Is un expert tennis
player, u Mulshed equestrienne mid
loves swimming and all out-of-door
Mr and Mrs Duncan Murdock of
Maul arrived today on the .Manna
Kea, nnd will spend a month visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Krdiuun Daldwiii nnd Mr
Guild For the past three weeks they
have been the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
lien llnldvvln at Makuwell, Kauai.
Mr. Murdock Is auditor for Alexander
& llaldwln and Is combining busi
ness with pleasure on the present
visit. Defore returning to Mnul, Mr.
and Mrs. Murdock will visit Mr and
Mrs. George Kennedy nt Kiihuku.
Mrs. Klllott, wife of Lleutenunt
Commiiiidcr Klllott of tho U S. Nuvy,
arrived Tuesday on the transport
Crook mid Is visiting Lieutenant and
Mrs. Itoss Kingsbury.
Miss Janetto Hough, tho youngest
daughter of Mrs. James Hough, left
Tuesday with friends on the Hono
lulu!! lor her homo In Stockton, Cal
ifornia. This beautiful girl wns luder
with roses, violets and Innumerable
lels by tho many friends who cume
to tho stenmor to wish her bon voy
age. In fact sho was so covered with
wreaths nnd garlands or flowers thn'
her traveling gown wus completet.i
covered If possible, she looked
prettier than over as sho stood nn the
deck of tho steamer wnvlng her
adieus to her numerous friends.
Mrs. Ilyron K. Ilalrd has postponed
her visit until July, having nt llrsl
planned to visit her sister nnd broth
er, Captain nnd Mrs Wilbur, nt For"
Huger, during thn month of Juno.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Smith, who
lime been sojourning for two weekB
nt the Volcano House and touring the
Island of Hawaii, returned today to
Honolulu on the Honolulu!!,
Mr Chnrles A. Wright, a promi
nent business man of Ban Francisco,
representing tho California Asbestos
Co , It registered nt the Alexander
Young Hotel Mr. Wright Is com
bining pleasure with business, for he
has n number of friends In tho Isl
anils and has been tho motif for
numerous social functions
Mr nnd Mrs Henry 0 Plumiuer
hnve taken beautiful apartments nt
the Hotel Colonial They arrived on
the steamer Sierra and nre being wo),
coined by their largo contingent of
I Captain and Mrs C."mo arrived
Tuesday on the transport lliiforu The
fonner Ins !i'"a u-dered to Honolulu
to relieve Camalii Moor Falls of tho
V S qinitetin.ii'tei department Cap
tain nnd Mrs Game will he u great
addition to the n tractive clrclj of
service folk who uro stntlonel In Ho
nolulu. Mrs tlame Is n very pretty
Vqinan of tlie cloinl-blomle type, of
medium height an I Is graceful mid .
willowy, and has proven n great so-
clnl f.norl'e wherever she lives
Mr and Mrs. .1. Morton Hlgs aro
occupying 'he Melncrny place ut Wnl
klkl, where Ibev are i nteitaliilng In
formally n number or' their friends.
Dr. and Mrs. Chnrles lir.fti Coop
er entertained Informally at their
countiy place at Kaliah on Sunday
last Sunday was a hot dav In town,
the day spent bv the se.i shore made
n pleasant illveis.on for Mr. nnd Mm.
M. F Prosier and Mr ami Mrs Hob
Pins Anduyim, who shared the Coop
Col'inel nnd Mrs. Sibley were pas
pong'Ts on the June trrmiiort en
route to Manila, where the Colonel
will .issiilnc command of the Four
teenth Cavalrj nl Fort Stutsenberg.
Colonel urn! Mts Sibley have been nt
West Point, where tho Colonel has
Mr and Mrs fleorge Lycurgus and
two children will leave on Wednesduy
for an extended trip through Califor
nia. Maor and Mrs. Charles Wnlcutt
will leave Julv Becoml for Washing
ton. I). C where tlio gallant Major
will nllend the nillltnry reboot These
two nrtnv favorlton will he missed at
Schofleld llarracks, where the Major
has been stationed with the Fifth
Cavalry for two years.
Mlsi Julie Tanner will leave Wed
nesday on the Slorni to spend t the
summer months with frlendn uud rel
atives In California.
Captain and Mrs. Wilbur or the U.
S. Army entertained a number or Ho
nolulu friends nt a house null) on
Mount Tantalus from Saturday until
Tuesday Captain mid Mrs. Wilbur
uro sojourning nt the Sam Purkei
.Mr. Cowan of Castle and Cooko will
tnko up a permanent real lenco Mon
day, at the Colonial Hotel.
Dr. and Mis. llnes or llllo aro
stopping at the Colonial Hotel. l.at
er In the season, the doctor and liU
wire are pl-inning u trip to Vienna.
Miss Kdlth Cow lei. daughter of Ad
miral Cowles, Bent tho week-end
with Lieut, and Mrs Hainan!, attend
ing the Regimental linpv last Situr
day evening. .
Mr Alan Herbert, ontei tallied In
formally at dinner Thursday evening,
c'liupllmriitniy tn Mr. and Mrs. A. N
Campbell. The dinner was glveii ut
the Colonial Hotel.
Lieut, and Mrs. Watklns Dinner.
Saturday evening, tho pretty bun
galow of Lieut anj Mis, Watklns' at
Fort lie Ituss wns filled with tloweis
and palms on the occasion In which
they entertained In honor of Cap'nln
nnd Mrs. Putnam or Fort Do Uussy.
Mrs. (Justin Siiuii'tir-s Luncheon.
At her artistic bungulaw on Thurs
ton nveniie Mrs, (lustuv Schnefer will
entertain at luncheon on Wednes
lay next. All of Mrs Schaefer's en
ertulnments nre enJif)ublo and ur
eagerly anticipated by her friends.
Coronation Hall at Moulin Until.
The following Imitation bus been
Tho llrltlnli residents of Honolulu
n celebration or tho coronation
if their most gracious MuJ
stles King George V and Queen
Mary request the pleasure of your
ompany ut a ball, to bo held ut the
Moanu Hotel Thursday ovenlng June
ho twenty-second, nineteen bundled
mil eleven, at nine o'clock.
Lieutenant O'Connor's Dinner.
Lieutenant O'Connor entertained nt
llliner complimentary to Miss Hon
ham or York, Pennsylvania. Among
Ills guests were Lleuteniint nnd Mrs.
Cunningham, Miss llonhnni, Lieuten
ants Winters, Jackson, Lewis ant
Hodiiey. A delirious dinner was serv
ed and a pleasant evening enjoyed
KnlnM.s of Pythias' Memorial Service.
Following la the notice that has
Your presence lR respectfully
requested nt the
Annual Memorial Soi vices
of tho Knights of Pythias
to ha held on Bimdny, Juno 18, 1911,
it 3 p m at tho Hawaiian Opera
1 lonio. King Street.
Honolulu, Juno IS, 1911.
(Continued on Pag 14)
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