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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911.
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MONTH SHOULD BE
GAY ONE SOCIALLY
Victoria and Lunnlllo streets, Mrs.
! liwrey la a cousin of the Damons,
the dinner wiih mostly n family affair
I mill wns extremely Informal. Tho
color scheme was )Ollow mill green,
covers were arranged for ten. Those
present wore Mr. nml Mrs. Frederick
Two Balls Scheduled for Early Part, at Colonial Hotel : nm i..rey ir mm m . l-m-
n..i iii... i. i..i..i D.. Tl...nn MninUU lAnrl.linr.o On limit. 1'reHldent nml Mrs. Orllllths of
Past Week Marked By Three Notable Weddings So
ciety Unusually Busy In Summer.
NE of the smartest and most Atlierton Hlchurds, Mr llert Clark
I'tinnliou College, Miss Vera Damon,
Miss Ida Kopke. Mr. Hert Clark and
Mr. Sherwood Lovvrey
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select social filiations of the Mr Walter Itycroft, Mr David I ar- .Sorlfll Function ill Hotel Olniihil
Mrs. Kdwnrd J Timberlnke and
Mrs. John Stewart Johnston of Fort
Judd will entertain at a datic- liny, Mr II Gere, Mr Hubert Thomp- n.UKer issued Invitations for n bridge
season Is scheduled on the ' sou, Mr Frank lloogs, MP Percy
social calendar for July 7th, I Nottnge. Mr. Hohert McCorrlston, Mr.
when Dr and Mrs James ! Morgan Lymer, Mr. Guilford Whit
ing party that Is to be given son, .Mr neorge .vierciuowney, .vir, v
at the Colonial Hotel Two hundred I Kelley, and others
InMtatlous are being Issued and the j
event Is being anticipated by the for-. Mrs. James Hough's Garden Party,
lunate, number of the smart set that A te.tcrle of friends enJocd the bos
i,m. i..t. miii...i A inversion In Idtnllty of Mrs James Hough at
.i... ., f i,.i.i- .tin i, ,.rnvi.t..,l "Burden party" that was given Tues
for the guests who do not care to par
tea. thnt will bo given Saturday, July
the eighth at the Hotel Colonial. The
lirldi-nrs lmu been Invited for half-
after two. Shortly before live a num
ber of friends who do not care for
, bridge will drop In for tea. Klght
! ...I.lm. mill l. nrrriiinnd fur nirild.
dn) afternoon In the palm grove of the I . .. . . . ... ... .
Uniol.l.. Ilolol I'lmlru nlirl umnll tnlill-9 " ue,-ul"" '" """" "" "" v"""
tlclpate in the terpslchorean art. Fol- ,vor(. ,,., ,, tw wavlnB tr(),cai lus social function will bo number-
lowing is me luriu m mr iu. u.nn... . lulm!lj aI1j , njtiyalilc afternoon wnsieu as one oi uie inoii nuiuuio w ..
spent The women In their pretty week, for tne nosiesses are onnersui
that has been Issued for this delight'
Dr and Mrs James Judd
At Homo "The Colonial
to meet Miss Dwluell
Friday July the tecnth 8 30
Dancing at nine H S V. 1
Birthday Party Celebration.
General utul Mrs Sopr entertalntd
Thursday evening In honor of their
summer frocks, largo picture hats and
Huffy parasols contributed to the
smartness of the occasion Mrs Hough
and Miss Hough Iijvii not only been
I'Xtuislvtly entertained, but have 11b
urd among the Honolulu hostesses
during tho spring mid summer months
They have made numerous warm
friends, who nro delighted thnt they
changed their plans In regard to sall-
... . .. .i u . -- .i......n. ! 'UK n the Siberia for home and will
daughter, Miss Until hoptrs sixteenth ,,,,,, .,, .,
., , , ' , " irema In In Honolulu until the Man-
uiriiuia int. lutiiiii' ui wiv nuwuiiii
inent was u dancing lart, to which
nboiit slxtten ouug people were 111-
lted. The t-'opirs' home, on l.unallloj
and I'ensatola ttretts, was handsome
ly decorated throughout with golden
shower The library, drawing-room
nod dlnlng-rooni were ttirown iu one;
thelloors of theso commodious rooms
were wnxeil and made an Ideal place
for dancing A Hawnlluu quintet club
ihurla sails In Jul).
Mrs. Pardee Entertains.
Mrs. l'nrde'S entertained tliu Fort
nightly Wednesday Hrldge Club nt her
home nt Fort Shatter Thursday Tho
regular Wednesday meeting wns post
poned on nt count of Mrs Macomb's
bridge tea. Mrs. Pardee had a special
guest prize for Mrs. Neville, wife of
Mujor Neville of tho United Htntts Ma-
wan IllllCeu 111 IIIH l.trKU uuw ninuun - .
.' ..' -. i .iiJ..nr..,i "'" Corps The dainty glff was
111 .ll.i .. tub". ,i, ...... 1...VV"..'.-
music for vvnltes and two-sUps The
dancing pruginins wire
with hand-painted figures of college
and socletv girls At II o'clock de
licious refreshments were servid In the
hund-palntcd laundry list Mrs. Wll
ornamented co. wife of I.leiitinnnt Wilcox of the
United Ktatis revenue cutter, was
awarded the first prlre, a handsome
Cnntnn china teapot, encased In a tea
large grounds, that were brllllantlj cozy .iirs ,vrwiur .vinnx. wue oi uip.
iici,i ..in. iM.tn.iiv AriK.nir tbose"1"' Marl. U H M C, won the second
rr.ont ..r.. cieu, rnl and Mrs Holier.' I,r'' rlll,,:l toasters In oriental wur
Miss muli Soper. Miss Huth Anderson.; hat are to unlvirsallv used un.Kr
Miss Hnzil Uucklund, MI'M Mrtlelwnter glas-es, thnt serve to enhance
Kchumnn, Mls Klnnche S.ip.r. Miss i"i npp.umimnis n.r Ulliner or
Carol Low. Mls-s llosle Htrb.-rt, Miss I luncheon Aftir the awarding or the
rv.ui,.,in i..... mi.. p.tii1Iii Mi line rt r. I lrlT-fc. ilHlcliuis refreshmenls were
Miss D Damon, Miss Margaret Hesta
rlck. Miss Jit h n Mcl.eau, Miss Itamonu
Slarks, kMlis v Ashley, Miss I, Buck
land, Mlis Helen Spalding, Misses Iluth
and Martha Mct'hesney, Miss Fannie
lloogs. Miss Muijorle Oilman. Miss
Margaret Jones, Miss IUhel Hart, Miss
Helen Jones, Miss Josephine Soptr,
MUs Madeline Itoss, Miss Itosemond
Swanzy, Miss M Chnpln, Miss Thelma
Murphy, Miss Margaret Thurston, Miss
Mnrgnret Center, Miss n Divls, Miss
M I.ucas, Miss M Wilton, Mr. Marcus
Monsarrat, Mr, Kennnth Abies, Mr C."
Llttlejohn, Mr Watson "Hallenyne,
Mr Iiiton Magoon, .Mr. Clinrles Mc
AVnyne, Mr V (lenoves, .Mr I'red
Schaefer, Mr Vernon Tenney, Mr C
Schaefer, Mr Oswald Stevens, Mr
Charlie Herbert, Mr Hlchard Catton,
Mr Mnrston Campbill Jr. Mr. Harold
Hustace, Mr Henry Hustace. Mr
Cliarles Lucas, Mr Oscar McCorrlston,
Mr W Ouderklrk, Mr. II Shlpman,
Mr CjrII Damon, Mr Wrcniio Tlm
brlake, Mr Waltir Cowlis, Mr C
Stevens, Mr Alexander Anderson, Mr
Alan nenton, Mr O Hind, .Mr. I'ercy
Nottoge, Mr It McGrcvv, Mr Lester
Marks, Mr Ned Hiirnham and others
.Members of .Minutes Club to Killer
tain. Mr. and -Mtt,. Charles Athertou will
chaperone it paity of toclety yoiiiig
folk on a picnic party that Is to be
glvdiiTjy the members of tho Min
utes Club. The affair will bo given
on the 4th o July at Mrs. Sam Allen's
place at Kuneuhl, situated on the
windward side of tho Islnud The
party will leave town early In tho
morning In motoiu lleforn luncheon
n dip In tho briiiey deep will bo tak
en, which will serve to whet thulr
appetites for the delicious luncheon
that will be served later. Anions
tho young people that will enjoy this
delightful outlug are Miss Until Itlch
urds. Miss Hello McCorrlston, Miss
Blanche Soper, Mlsg Juliette and Miss
Uiura Atlierton, Miss M.ujorlo mid
Mini) Cordelia Oilman, Misses Me
Chcsney :!), Miss .Muriel llowutt,
Mis8 KtliPl McKetizle, Miss McLean
.Miss Anna Tucker, Miss Alice Ilrown,
Miss Fannie lloogs, Miss llertlm
Knpkn, Miss Margaiet Waterliouse,
Miss Saruli I.ucas, Miss Helen North,
illsa Uebslo nnd Miss Alien Hopper,
Miss Murjorlo Peterson, Miss Helen
Gcrvln, Mr Robert Catton, Mr Tod
Cooke, Mr Jack Otiard, .M. Itlclnird
Catton, Mr Charley McLean, ill-.
served The full complement of dull
numbers was present
Dr. and Mrs. Judd'i Dinner.
One of tho most pleasurable affairs
on the social calendar was tho dinner
given Wednesday evening, In honor
of Dr and Mrs Putnam, by Dr. an I
Mis James Judd nt their beautiful
home U27 Prospect stnet. The elab
orate dinner was served at seven
o'clock, at a circular table bedecked
with vcllow chrysanthemums A low
silver eperne, filled with (lowers pro
duced an exquisite floral center-nloce.
ciu,..,. . ....iiu a,ii.n ...ui. ...:.(
u.,,.., . iiuiiic ciitnn nun jvnuw
satin shades, fringed with gold
fringe, were artistically placed around
the comer-piece. The place cards
were embossed In gold with clever
rhymes that applied to tho Idlosyn
craales of tho host, hostess and guests
the leading of them excited much
Joviality and mirth. After dinner
bridge whist was eujojed. Among
those present wero Dr and Mrs,
James Judd, Dr. and Mrs. Putnam
Miss Vera Damon, Miss Dnlnell, Mr.
Lawrence Judd and Dr. Hedcman
Mrs. James Hough's Dinner.
American Ileauty ruses graced tho
table at the dinner party at which
Mis James Hough presided on
Wednesday of this week. Tho de
lightful nITali- was given at tho Sea
side Hotel. Covers were laid for
twelve. Maiden hair and green tulle
made a pietty accessory for the tu
hie, tho latter was cleverly Introduc
ed In tho arrangement of tho center
piece. Tho almonds were served In
containers, designed to represent
rotcs. Don bous In shades of pink
and green, containing cups in the
same colois weiu found at each place
tho dainty caps were worn during tho
dinner and proved very becoming lo
tho fair sex. Among those who en
Joyed Mrs. Hough's hospitality were
Mr. and Mis. Jumlesoii, Captain and
Mrs. Carter, U. H A. Miss Jnmleson
Miss Katharine Stephens, Mrs. elec
tion!. Miss Helen Hough. Lieutenant
Vaiigh ami Mr Peiey Cleghorn
Mr. and Mrs. Lowrey's Dinner.
Dr. uiiil Mrs Putnam of Kau.il
weie tho guests of honor at a dinner
Tuesday ovenlng, that was given by
Mr. ulid Mis, Fiedelick Dwlght Low
favorites In society, and possess a
wonderful gift, when entertaining, of
making their guests enjoy every
minute of their hospitality
Mr. iind .Mrs. Snnnz) In Knlrrlatii.
A large and elaborate reception 1
will be given n week from today by
Mr. und Mrs. Francis Mills Swanzy
The reception will be given In honor
of their daughter, who has recently
returned from a fashionable Mulshing
school In tho i:ast
The following Invltutlons have been
Mr. and Mrs Francis Mills Swanzy
und Miss Swniuy
Saturday, the eighth of July, fiom
four to six.
Man t.i Road.
U. S. .Vrnil Hall.
The following Invitations have been
received through the mall:
The Oluiers of the United States
Nttvnl Station reimest the plc.isuio ol
your presence ut a dance to ho glvtn
at "Tile Colonial' 'on Tuesday eve
iiiug, July the eleventh, at nine
It S V P
.Mrs. von Hull's l.uiirlu on.
Mrs. Francis Gay of Kauai was en
tertained Monday by Mrs. Henry vou
Holt at luncheon Kvery detail of the
entertainment was beautiful, and
proved enjoyable, not only lo the
guest of honor, but the other guests
as well, who were mostly Intimate
friends of the hostess and the pop
ular Kauai society mat run Yellow
and green wero the predominating
colors used In the decorations Among
those who enjoyed Mrs Heniy vou
HolV;lr hospitality were Mrs. Francis
M Gay, Mrs Frailk Piltman, Mrs.
Korikft.Mj'JS-. Andrew Fuller, Mrs
Ilobert llond7"XnssAgncM -Walker,
Mrs. Iee, Mrs. Charles Linton and
Miss Phlnney of Oakland, and others.
.Mr. und Mrs. (Jerrlt VHIilcrN lllniier.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder will en
tertain Thursday evening of next
week iu honor of Mrs. Llllcott, wife of
Captain Klllcott, U S. N., who Is visit
ing Lieutenant and Mrs lloss Kings
bury of tho U. 8 Murine Corps
Thursday's social function will be in
the nature of a dinner.
.Mr. mid .Mr. Suiinzt's Dinner.
One of the enjoyable dinners that
was given on Wednesday of this
week was the occasion on which Mi
ami Mrs Francis M Swauzy entei
tnined in honor of Professor und Mrs
.Mrs. Aithur .Murlx' Luncheon.
Invltutlons have been Issued for a
luncheon that Is to be given Thurs
day, July the sixth, by Mrs. Arthur
Mtulx at her home on Klnau street.
Coveis will be arranged for twelve,
Mrs. Putnam's Tea.
Tho smart set of Honolulu enjojtd
the hospitality of Mrs Flunk Put
nam, of Kauai, when slio euteitalued
ut tea, at tho Oahu Country Club
from 4 to fi Wednesduy afternoon A
pi of iiblon of Mammon Cocho loes
and pink blgonlas wero used In the
adornment of the living mom llas
kets filled with loses and hlgonluu
were suspended fiom the celling, an
artistic nml tioplcal uriaiigemeut of
palms weio ailmlied, lending addi
tional heuuty lo Ihu decoiatlvu
scheme Tho iiillstlo stone mantle
wus hanked with Utiles and ferns
The lea was given Iu honor of Mlns
.Mrs. Miifonili's llrlilgc Ten.
.Major ami .Mr. lliirtiliiiniN Pinner.
Mr. nml Mr. Sherman's I'ot I.mn-liciiii
Mr. nml Vr. I, mint's Dinner.
Mrs. Von Hull's l.iinrlionn.
tJiiverniir mid Mrs. Carter's Dinner.
Mrs. .la iiics Hunch's Dinner.
Mr. nml Mrs. (lerrll Nllder's Dinner.
.Mrs. Tlniberlake ami Mrs, Johnston's
Mr. nml Mrs. Stvinzj's lleceplliui.
Mrs. trlliur Marin's Luncheon.
Miss Marlon Seolt's Luncheon,
Hrldice Ten nl Colonial.
Mrs. Van Dniuiii's Luncheon.
Minnies Club In Knterlalii.
Mrs. I'lil'iam's lea at I'liuuln Club.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. I,. Teiinej 1'trkN
Dr. ami .Mrs, .1 mill's D.inrliii! Pari).
Miss Lnu rente's I uVlncI, Ten.
Mr. nml .Mrs. Hush's Dinner.
Mr. mid -Mrs. Sunni's Dinner.
Wednesdiiv llrldire Club.
11. S. iitiiI Hull.
Mrs. .Iiilm lliiuiluirg's Luncheon.
Dr. nml Mrs. .Iiul.l's Dinner.
Mrs. Hough's Harden l'urh.
lliilrlit lor-DuuL'las .Nunllals.
Slag Pari; nl llalelna.
Miss .liilinsnn's Dinner.
Mrs. Du Hoi's I o'tlerk Ten.
lieneriil and Mrs. Super Knlerliilu.
Mrs. (Jenrge Kleugel's Sulinmliig
COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
,' fMni ;i Mimiai i n mu Mmmfmmmammmmmr ' i-SJ.
I ,Thv vv.j'1! 'A"". t , U"-;i.sU3r" aK Vy C
Mnt. George It. Carter was
dimming hostess nt un informal
n lc given at her beautiful Kalkoii
resldente The honoieil guests on
this occasion were tho iiuug women
of Kiilulaiil Home. Mrs Carter Is l;i
great sympathy with all things which
tend to the uplifting or womankind,
and Kaiulanl Home suiely holds one
of the most enviable reputations for
the uplifting nnd benefiting of )ouui;
gills Mis Carter's ntltos took the
thlrty-ilght gutstii to Kuikoii, where
a swim Iu a splendid tank built In the
ocean was elijocd, after which a de
lltloiis pltnlc luncheon was put taken
The fiulul mllvltles for the weik
will mil with a dancing paitv that
will l glvrii nt the Moiiii.i Hotel this
livening Follow lug Is the form of the
Invltutlons Hut have been Issued;
'lhi iimuagi'imiit of the
M nana Hot) I
iispicst the pleasure of jour com
pany for n Hull to be glvui
In liniinr of the
Oltlcers of the Kngllslt Cruisers I
Kent and Challenger. i
S.iturilu fVinlng ut nluo o'clock. '
Mrs. Sarah Glace, with her two
daughters, Mollle and Lulu, weie de
pal tfug passengers on tho Wllhelmlua.
They expect to visit In California for
three months. i
Mr. nnd Mrs William Hnrrls, who
hum been guests at the St. Francis for
(he past two months, will b hoine-
tomliig passengers on the Slerru Mr.
mid Mrs. Hauls went us far as Utah,
aim took In Taboo They, llkn nil
other llonoliilans, will be delighted
lo come home,
Tennis Is going to bo a inojt pop
ular entertainment for the voiiug pen-
JiulKu pl (ids summer, and among the High
Geoi go School and Puliation students Is to be
Ho who aio planning lo leave lh An-,eox, Mrs John Krdiiun, Mrs. Waller
glint for a lllp ahioad The hostess' Dillingham, Mis. Harold Dillingham
und her two guests or honor lecelved .Mrs Cl.ileiice Walkei, Mrs.
Ill tho drawing loom Mis Putiiauij Whitney, Mih llollowav. Mis
looked ehiiiiiiing In a I leueli while, falter. Mrs Swaiuv Miss Sivanzv. foiiml soino excellent mateilal for fu-
veni nun, aus. jviiuui' .vi.ii;iii
Mlss Lily IMty. Mis S. M. I).i
Miss May Damon, Miss Lllzu
('.iniplii'll, Mih Fred Damon,
Frank Damon, Miss Mnry Liiw-
tlio formed by tho Ilev. . A. Kbersole
)!,.. 1 Miss Meiilll looked charming iu n
wedding gown of white satin und
Princess lace, with a veil arranged iu
tho Mario Antoinette stlt ornament
ed with natural orange blossoms. A
shower boiuiuet of whllo loses and
luulden hair ferns wns can led. Tho
bride was iittemled by Miss Itillh
Hlchards, who wus a picture iu a
marselles green net, ovui satin, em
bioiileied Iu green and pink. A spray
of the Cassia Nodosa blossom, tied
with gieeu streutiieis of gauze was
Mr. Carl Andrews' best man was
Mr. Spencer llovven, who Is an Inti
mate friend of Umg standing At the
conclusion of tho cereuioii) Mr. ami
Mis. Andrews leeched tho good wish
es of a large gathering of friends. The
beautiful homo of the Theodore Hlch-
urds was decorated In white ami
Kiern, Hint being the color scheme
i chosen for the decorations. Delicious
j icfrcshhients weio served during the
evening. The cakes weie made at
I the Noimal School, and the pupils of
i tho school, where' Miss Merrill has
been ii teacher for the pist two ears
seived tho icfieshmeuls, On their
return fiom llie'lr honeymoon, Mr.
and Mrs. Andrews will taku posses
sion of the beautiful residence, which
Is being coniplo'ed for them by K. A.
I. New comb, one of the leading ar
chitects of the city The house Is it
lofieshtugly new thought In Its Italian
eleslgn. Tho detail and coloring pro
ducfl a veiy harmonize effect, against
the mountain hackgmimd ut Die head
of Wllle stieel, where the house is
MrH Jano Walker and family uie
oceupvliig the 1! Faxon Illshop's
hoilso at Walklkl
liiaiiulhette, tilmuied in bands or ,is
Alice lllue satin, with a huge leghorn, tush,
adorned with cieam lace, and blue ninii,
and pink 1'ieiieh loses. Miss Vein H.t,
Damon, who In e-onsldcrcd one of the ,ri1
prettiest ami atliactlvo gills Iu town., u,nu, Miss Frances Law I euro,
looked beautiful In u salmon pin I.
murtiilsutte over satin or tho saint
Khaile, a huge black picture hat com
pleted the eostiiiuu Miss Keatile'o
Caslio was e lad 111 a chllfon ill pah
lei culms, and also worn a black pic
ture hat Iu tho dining loom delle'loiis
lefreshiiieiits weie terved. Mrs
I'rniielH M Damon ami Mis W. II
Castle pieslded at a table) lie'dieki'il
with l.t Franco roses and maiden
hair ferns. Mih Damon poured lea,
In her usual guidons manner am1,
looked chunnlng Iu a I'oblln blue fou
lard with touches of Duchess lace
Mrs W. It. Castle's gown was of
white maiqiilhetto over whlto satin
with a coat of gii'on mid gold luce,
u plumed black hat completed the
costume. Dining the afternoon Mis.
Castle illHpenti'd tolfeo Wcdliesdav
was it particularly warm and sultry
dny In town, the vnllc) In which tho
Couutiy Club Is situated Is alwaH
delightful and cool, the guests enjoy
ed tho lefreshiug and Invigorating at
mosphere, that one expoilences when
they Join ue) Into tho suburban pop
Hon of Honolulu Among Mih Put
nam's guebts wore.
Mih. W. It. Castle-. Miss Castle,
Mlus Allco Ceioke, Mrs. Itlchuid
Cooko, Mis. Montague Cooke, Miss
Alfred Castle, Mis Harold Castle,
MIbh Doiothy llmtwell Miss llenilce
Hurtwell, Mrs John Wahlron, Mrs.
Gustuv Schaefer, Mrs. Chester Liv
ingstone, Miss llobslo Hopper, Miss
Allco Hopper, Mih Sam Ualdwln,
MIhh Maijurio Peterson, Miss Mar
gin ot Wntet house, Mih. Clint ley Wll-
rey nt their homo on the corner of Vera Damon and Hiss Heatilce Cat'
may be overcome
by a warm bath
IIJ1', II.!, Mj Wki.l.r Du.
kUck i, brawl, SOc.
Ilrucu Cartw light, Miss IMIth
Hums, Miss Katheiluo (luixlale,
llaillet Hatch, Mis Babbitt,
Hail Macfuilanc, Miss Allco
farlane, .Mis. John Walker, Miss III
v Miss Helen Achilles, Mrs. Ai
thur Wood, Mih. James Judd, Mls3
lllauche Dnluel, Miss Hlaiiclm Super
Miss Doiothy Wood. Mrs. Frederick
l.eiwre), Mlssen Kopke, Mih. K. Iloss,
Mrs. Itoheit IJonil, Mrs. Albert W.tt
eihouso, Miss Allco llionu, .Miss Gei
tiiulo lliowii, Mih. Frank Thompson,
Miss Kenny Catton, Miss Sarah I.u
cas, Miss JoshIo Kenned), Mis Dr.
Cooper, Mih George How en, Miss
Lthel Spalding, Mrs. Greenvvell, Mis
C Forster, .Mih. Geoigu Iteutoii, Mrs,
William Williamson, Miss Chuilotto
Hull, Mih. Mcliityie. Mis, A. U'vvls,
Mrs. L. I. Sexton, Mis. Illtihcock,
Mih. Ingalls, Mis. Aithur Wilder,
Mis. Iveis, Mih. (lei ill W'ilder, Mis.
.laiiilo Wilder, Mis, Sheinian, Miss
Tllllo Newninn, Miss Minna Merger
Mid. lloss Klngsbur), Mrs, Klatnp,
Miss Glruril, Mih. Minx, Mis. I)i
Mooie, Mis, Grlfllths, Miss Kuhcilno
Stevens, Mrs. Mead, Mih. V. Iivo
Miss Moore, MIsh Cross, Mis. A. Mor-
ill. Mih. Miickull, Mis, llcihurn,
Mrs. WrlghtBoii, Mrs. Tenny Peck,
Mis L. M McC.imlless, Mis. Potter,
MIsh Minion Scott, Miss Juliette Ath
eilou, Mlt-s Htht'l McKcnilc, Mih. Al
bert Judd, MIsh Agues Judd, Miss
Cowles, .Mrs, S. K Datuoii, Mih, Fran
cis Gay, Mis Klstou, Miss Phlnney,
Mrs. Itulpli JohiiHtniie, Mis, Clivo Da
vies, Miss Conlell.i Gllm.iu, Miss Mar
Joilo Fieeth, Mih. Will Campbell, Mis
C. Kimball, MIsh Juliette Cooko, Mis.
Palsy Coeiku, Miss Helen C.lrvln, Mrs
Sum Wilder, Mis. Day, MIsh Claliti
Kelly, Mrs. Itanny Scott MIs Violet
Mclvee', Mies Ilairlet Veiling, Mrs
Sutton, Mis Frank Atlierton, Miss
(lud)s Pearii, Miss Geeirgla Fllzger
aid, Miss Itoshor, Mis. Llgiii, Miss
II. Castle, Mih. Fleming, Mis Leu
Mrs 13. Holmes, Mis. lliines, Mlsi
Weber, MIsh Hollo McCorrlston. MIsh
Cialg, Mih Chillies Wilder, Mih. Hal
ly Wlldei, Mi-h. Wlthingtoii, Mih
Nevvcoinh, Mrs. V Adams, Miss Allcet
i. I'.opoi , ,ius itiiipu vvncox, iih v,eo.
Mead, MIhh Lord, MIsh Toil;, MrH
tine lolliliameiitH. It Is Hplelidld ex
eiclse. and Is greatly eiiiouuigi d both
by pal flits ami M'hool tiicultles.
l'iofesor nnd Mrs Mi ad have bee n
visiting the Harold C.islhi lit Walklkl;
next week llii-y will ! the guests or
Mrs Castle ('nl. man Mi Hemy.Miud
,111111 Mr Harding will have Tiuwdav
lor ii three weeks' visit mi Kan n.
Lilir Hii'.v me planning to sp ml two
vvei'ks ut Hie VoIimiiiu House on Hawaii
Liiutiiuint unit Alls Hoy Francis
Smith nml their house guest. Miss
e'uli'inan. motoied to Lellehua Situr
il.ij to nt Ii nil tliu regliniutiil hup that
Willi given ut Sehollild llairacks The
Ii In wero the dinner giustH of Lieuten
ant mid Mis Cuiiuliii'liuiii of the Fifth
MUs Grace Paisolis of Milton it
Parsons, will le-uv o on Mond.i) for tliu
toast to buy full mllllneiy.
Mr. and MrH. Louis Abranis have
purcliased u country home nt the
Peninsula a ml are planning lo spend
all summer ut this delightful place.
Dr and Mrs. C. 11. Wood are plan
ning mid aiiaiiglug their new country
house uu tho other Hide of this Island.
Stag Dinner at Halelwa.
A faiewell stag dinner wuh tender
ed Captain Moor Fulls the folliler
Honolulu Ami) ipiailei piaster, who
will leave on .lulv second for I'm
mainland, wheie ho has been older
ed The illmiei was given nt tho IIii-
lelwa Holed by a co'.eilo of friends
Following mu thosci that attended
Captain Falls. Hon K. Mott-Smlt'i,
Captain Clifton Caitor, Captain Claim
the now nuaiteiniaster; Cuptaln F
l.Mwards, Dr C, II. Ctsiper, Mr. M. F.
Piosser, Mr, Henry Cobb, Mr Har
old Dllllr.Kliiim, Mr. Fled Smith and
Lieut. (In) lor. If S. N. Tliu paity
went down to this popular Hulnnli.ni
hotel, in a special cur, and letuincd
to town by moonlight
Andrew. Merrill Nuptials.
Nour to a Now Lnglaiul homo wed
ding us possible was tho reroiuony
which united Mr. Cm I Amliews and
MIsh I-nura Aim Mai i III Iu matilmo
tilal lionds, ThiiiHday evening at Ihu
homo of Mr und Mrs. Theeuhuo Hlch
aids. The spacious lanal was a how
el of git-ou und whlto bloom, und
there the inarrluBo rllea weio pei-
Mrs Willi. mi Lucas has been the
guest eif the M V Pi ossein ever since
her niiival fiom California Mis I.u
cas movi'il Into lici own home on
Gleeu stliel, Thuisdu) of this week
Mih. F It. l)a has been the guest
ol Miss Mar) Alexander's artistic
liimgalow em Mount Tantalus
Mrs. F.'iiiiilo C Miicauh'). the glu
ed wilier, is planning to visits Irleuds
In Honolulu, when she letmiis fiom
tho Orient In tho npiing
Majoi Duncan will leave July Eer
olid uu tho tiansport tor Foil I.eav
eiiwoilli, when; ho will attend tho
:n in) school.
Mih. T. Knlu Walker und her
daughter, .Miss Ue.itricu Walker, rf
Iviiglaud, me expected next mouth,
lo make a suveial mouths' visit Iu tho
Islands. Mis. Walker ikism-ssos iiiiiii
cioiih fi lends, having leshled tut- a
number of yems Iu Ilouululti, when
hei husband wus Hiltish Consul to
the Islands During a poitlon ot their
vliill tho dlstliigiilshed guests will
visit Mr. mid Mis. T. Clive Da vies
Captain nnd Mih. Ilnnd and two
chlldieu will ariivu Iu this city on
July llilileeuth Captain Hand Is i
fluid mtllleiy iilllrer mid will be Hta
tloued at Schollehl llairacks.
Tho son mid daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ge-orge Sherman me expected lo
univn iu Honolulu July 11th, fioiu
tho Cast, wheie the) have been at
tending school Miss Sheiman has
been a pupil ut the muster school,
Dolihs Feny. Voting Mr Sherman la
planning to enter Williams College
mid has been uttemllug a pieparatoiy
school with that end in view. Mr.
and Mrs. J. It. (limit will accompany
them to Honolulu with their two boys,
Jack mid Carter, who lane been at
tending school in the east.
Mr and Mrs Hugh T.ijlm, the lor
mei Is ii piomllieut cl.ll cnglueei nf
ow Mexico, ate in Honolulu ami
have apartments at the Colonial Ho
tel. Mr. Hugh Tii) lor Is Iu tho isl
ands sei'llng iest, the iloclens hav
ing oidei him uwii), foi a lime, hum
Ills millions business affairs.
New iiilllliieiy depailuieiit ut Jor
dan's, Hals trimmed to order.
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