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EVtNINO OULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
the dinner tho guests iidjourncl In
the drawing ioimii, where Ihiucrcs nml
Muck coffee were served. Among
those who cnJocd Major nn I Mrs.
McCliuo'ii htispllnllly wpio Captain
ninl Mm. HturRls, tliclr liousu ruchI,
Jin. (leghorn's .Miitlrnlp.
A dn.cn friends enjoyed llio hon
pitnllly of MrR. CIcRhorti Monday
evening nf lipr Wnlklkl homo. Tlio
inoOe ot entertainment wns particu
larly ilollRlitful. With one or two
MIsh llnnuey of California, l.loulcii-, exceptions nil tlio guoBts prpRpnt
mil WlntcrH. Lieutenant Wiiitcn nml wore gifted In IIiIh Hup, mid con-
Eoelal Tunetlon nt Etkbjnk.
trllmlcil toward the program. Mrs.
Aloxniidcr llnbcrtson'H clear lyric
soprano was thoroiiRhly cnjoycil. Mrs.
I One if the most Ind resting mi.l tlnbortsnn'R voice shows tlio most
I beautiful Koclal functions occurred lit careful anil artistic eiiltlvntlon. Thcro
I "i:.klnnk" on List Wclnesdiy, .Inly s n ilcplh nml charm to It that ninny
the Illlh when Mis I. Hz ihplli Mti'iu vokes Rood 111 themselves fall to ex-
Mrs. Turner's Card Party. Mrs (leoige KIiiiipj o, K.ihtiku, Mr.
llrldRp eiirhre was the rorni pf ill i"id Mis William It.ildwln, Mr. .Inlui
version chn.cn hy Mis Turner f"i llillld and others.
her riipsIs lin she rutci tiiino !
WeiliiPRlay ntlnrnuoti at Pirds. Men Major and Mrs. Kennedy's Brldnc.
trnint and Mia. Turner's iiiiirtpis' Wcdiicrdi.v oveniiiR Mnjot mid Mr'
ncer looked prettier tluili on nils .mine-. m nson ivcnnc ly ciiioiiuiii.-m, wilder celebrated her elchtlelh birth ,,iBs. Miss Helen Hough of Hlock-
orcarlon. with the nilnrnniptit of flow- Infmmnlly at llnro tables of IiiIiIkc . ,ny.' II rpoliiPil like "ohten times" tn tml California, sang Heveral sclcc
pis ami palms. Thr prbos were ex- In compliment In their house kiichIh I lnvi, ,irao mitcititlinnctit at this (Ions. This )niing girl possesses u
rcitlon.illv iiietly, mil Rliddci the Dr. and Mrs. (lonrge Dudley tlrilmnil c.R(at irnl old liome on Jndd street. BttCet contralto Mdco of much merit,
hearts of Hip fortunate tlio tint won of l.ellelnri. Pieltj pilxa wcui inrn,ory this icsldcncu wns the con- Mr. Fmnk CIcEliorn has n lino tenor
"lirlilRprH" "WHnieu, unit ai inn ponciiisioii m iuo cr f). mcn act i vlt !c.4. for Mrs
playing n clinting-insn supper was . KHsnlicth Klnau Wilder when In her
served. All of Iho Riiests belonged',!,,,,, .... ,, ,., ,. ip.,,1,,,,, nf lln-
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them. Tlio two highest
were Mrs. MoutRoiupry Macomli and
Vrs. Winters, who won ilnlut fanoj
work apiiniH; Mrs. Miicimili'H wan el
low and white, and Mil. Winters' was
bnb.v htue mid while. Mi's Knteuiati,
who Is visiting Mis. Hoi Smith, won
the he.nt rlze,
hooks of I'ctlon.
peodij ato teiiowned for their hospl
tPllt.v. Wednesday's eird pi'lv win
one of the most enjoyable and pret
tiest affairs that his per taken plico
at the pist. At half nftcr four de
licious lofieiduuenH were orvcl.
Among those present, h -fides the
lirrlcrs. weie Mis. .MontRiiniPi Mn
ppiiiIi, Mrs. Wal'Pr Cnwles, Mis. IM
ward J Tlinhrtl iKo. Mis. Arthur
Mark, Mis Mary Wuhlllleld, Miss
lMllli Cowles, Mt. 1'ittnam Mrs.
.It hn Sin hi Johnson, Mrs Winters
Mis. IMward" Mis (Tirk, Mis. Itoj
KmiicIs Smith, Mlrs Kuteman pf
Texas. Miss Knthryn Stephens, Mrs.
Cook, Mrs. Wallace. Mis. Smith of
!'oit Shaftci mid nlhers
Mrs. Marlx' tlrldno Luncheon.
t'i the Kervlco. AnioiR those present
weie Major nml Mrs. J nines Madison
Kennedy, Dr. mid Mrs. (leorRe Dullcv
flriilinni. Cnntnlu and Mis Wnllaie.
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one of the latest Mr ll.ililwlii. Captain aim Jin, win
The Kurt linger ten, MNs Onle Kcnucdv. I.li'iileiiant
ViClcoiy and l.lctitenaiit llngcts.
Mr. and Mrs. Mct'hetney's Dinner,
Ml. mid Mis ,1. M. Mcl'heBiiey cn
tcrlalred nt n lellgli'ful dinner Sun
ihiy In honor of Miss O'lli It'll of V-au
l"r.ini Iteo, who Is siting .Mr. and
Mrs .Inhn Mow lei at their Walklkl
lerldnirp The twplvp covers wele
liiatked with Iriuil-pnlnlcd place
cauls, the table was adorned with
PMpiMte ioes. Aiiioiir those se.)lcd
eiouiiil the ntlr.ii'tlu' Mhlo were Mr.
end Mrs .1 M. Mrt'licnov, Mr. and
Mrs .Inhn Howler. Miss O'llrlen. Ml is
llu'h MrChesiicy, Professor and Mrs.
ItiTRcr. Mlsr Martha .McChesney, Miss
(inriulolrn I'.ivlll, Miss Lillian Mc
Chfir and others.
volco and can ho ranked us olio of
tho foremost tenors of tlio Islands,
Ills volco Is wondoi fully sympathetic
imliilu, and oiiloycd dispensing Miclal ntnl Is not only powerful, hut Is us
hospitalities. The rccjptlon hours on
Wednesday were from elecn until
twelp, nml out rno hiiudicd mid
clear mid sweet ns n bell. Mr. Jim
Aruillago was In excellent Milce, and
llstenliiR to his sweet barltono gno
llfly lnltcd friends nml relatives u great dcnl of pleasure to tlioso
called In pa their respects and ex- present. Mrs, CIcRhnin ucted ns ne
teml their good wishes. Tho spiclom eninpnnlst, which Is a illlllciilt posl
ilrawli'R lomns wcrp lllled with itws t lull to till, for a successful muslcalo
nml other cut towels that were Iho depends a great deal on tho uccoin
rIPh of IoUiir frlomlx. The hostess panlst. loiter In the ociiIiir de
ipcpUpi! In tho largo drawing room, jlolous refieshnicnts weie honed.
Yellow was Hid pied'imlpntlng c.ilnr
ur-d In "teeorillni; Iho prplt'lj np
pdiitpd table when Mrs. Arthur Mark
pplertnlneil at n In I Ice In irliPtiA
Wednesday. Tho affair was rUcii at
her hunie on Kewalo street. I.uiieli
pen was spivpd a' i in o'clock at .1
table adorned with coreopsis nml
hroail jpllow villi! ribbon,
ear.ls weie baud pilnted
Fcur o'Clcck Tea on H.M.S. Kent.
WediiPwI'M afleinoiii l;e olllcein of
JI.M S..Kenl eiileitilneil at a I o'elo-lc
le.i tint w im Rhen In linnoi- of Miss
Oule Keniieih. who Is lsltlug her
bi other at foil Shatter. Miss Ren
in Iv Is a finoilte soelnll), ami has
been Hie motif for numerous social
The plieo affalip since her mrluil In Hrnolulu.
ileplelliu; Wpdnesda allernoon lea was reived
dlHeuiit Vnrletlea of jellow llowers In Hie wnrdieoiu that was mllstlcally
After luncheon bridge whist was tlio ndoined with ioes and inalileiilnir
dlvrisloli or the aflenioon. Pretty fern. On Ibis occasion Major and
prlroii of enibrolileicl liaiidkerchlefs .rn. .laincs Madison Kenucly actc.l
were awarded nt the two tables to as chaperons,
the one iosseiisiiiR the highest ecoio.
Thnte who ciijojcd Mrs. Murlx' bos- party on Kukul.
pltallty weie Mrs. Montgomery Mu- Lieutenant Sahm of the United
emnb, Mrs. Krancls Mills Swaiuy. stntes Navy Is Rllng a snlllng patty
Mis. lllllcott (wlfo nf Captain Klllcntt on the Kukul In honor or bis sister,
nf the navy), Mrs. Kelley or l.os An- ,Ks Sahm. Major and Mrs. Neville
geles, Mrs. Winters (wife or Captain aro aclliiR as chaperons. They will
Wlnteis. IJ.S.A ) Mrs. Clrirlcs Wilder cruise over to llnwiill, where n stop
and Mrs. Arthur Wilder. I -will be made at llllo. From there
j thev will motor to the Volcano House
Mrs. Marlx Thimble Party. , ,,, xew thn m,.rfnl rIrIU' id
Mir Aithur Marlx and lier iiIcpp, KHnn. ,.i,lrb fioin last renorts Is
Miss Katlicrliic Stephens, euteitnlneil
at a "Ihlmblo party" In honor of Miss
Onle. Kennedy and Miss Sahm. Each
guest brought needlework nml spent
the afternoon fashioning dainty bits
of fancy wntk. During tho afternoon
delicious refreshments were served.
Among those present wcic Mrs. Ar
thur Marlx Mrs. Francis McStocker,
Miss Kalherlno Stephens, Ml si Onlo
Kennedy, Miss Sahm, Mrs. Baldwin
of l'ort Shnrtur, Mrs. Oeorgo Dudley
(irnham, Mrs. Hohdy, Mrs. Shepherd,
Mrs. Thonias Wall, Miss Julio Mc
Stocker, Mrs. .lames
neil, Mre. KIipii Low
Tho party Is expected
on cither Saturday or
Service Bridge Club.
Next Monday tho Service Bridge
Club will meet nt thn lintel Colonial,
wheio they have decided In hold their
meetings for tho rest of tho summer.
Tho members have been meeting at
tho cliibrooms of tho Indies' Annex
of the University Club. 0"n account
of the huge niaiika verandas, tlio
Colonial has annealed to them, many
Madlsun Ken- f the members IIiIiiMiir playing
Mrs. Marslon cauls out of doors would bo cooler,
Campbell, Miss livdin McS'jlckcr, i
Mrs. HohliiKou id Um Angeles and Ma lor Jenkins' Dinner.
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Covers wero arrmiRCil
VUs Kljiin of Chicago, Illinois
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Baldwin's Dinner.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. K. IX
Daldwlii ciitcrtnlncd In honor of Mr.
nml Mrs. Duncan Murdoek and Mr.
when Major Jenkins U.S.A., enter
tallied on the Fouilh or July In honor
of some of the polo pin era. Tho din
nor was given at 7 o'clock nt thu
University Club. Tho patriotic colors
and .Mrs. William Baldwin of Haiku, f ro,i, ttnto mid blue wore used In
tho ornamentation of tho dinner table.
Major and Mrs. McClure't Dinner.
One of tho delightful dinners Riven
this week was tho one picsldcd over
by Major and Mrs. MrCluro at their
uitlstle iiiiarleis at l.cllojiua, Monday
evening. Tho color schcino was'ycl-
Maul. Covers worn laid for fourteen.
The ilecnrations of ie.1, vvlilto and
blue were oxlremely patriotic, being
need in celebration of tho Fourth of
July. After dinner the host, linstcss
and their guests plajoil bridge.
Among thnso picsent were Mr. nnd
.Mrs. i:. D. Baldwin. Mr. ami Mrs.
Duncan Murdoek, Mis, Curtis Mr. and low and green. At tho conclusion of
and was assisted hv Queen Milan '
kalaiil, vvbn bus h?eH an lutlniato
friend from glilhoml dnvs. Hpr
Majesl was tittonded liv Mrs. Curtis
laukea and Mrs. Ciil llollnway. Mis.
Wilder was clad In white duchess
lallu, with ii tleliu if teal lace. The
Queen was gowned III nn pmiiiIsIIii
hioeade id black nnd while, with
IrlniiuliiRH of mauve. Thn tlirv
daughters-in-law nsslsted In enler
taluliiR the RiieslB, mid Messrs. (Jer
rlt Wilder, .linnoi Wilder ami Siniii'd
Wlb'er lifted as mailers of ccieiminy,
psi lining the gneslii to the ippoIvii'i;
parly. The relntlve-i that were ab
sent Horn Hawaii ncl scut cables of
Among those present were (ho two
guests of honor, Mrs. James Hough
nml Miss IIcIpii Hough ot Stockton,
California, .Bulge and Mis. Alexander
ti. M. Bobertson, Mrs. nnd Miss ('obey,
Miss O'Donnell, .Mr Frank nnd Mr.
Percy Cleglmrn and .Mr. Jim nnd Mrs,
Coining Sin lal Cicnl ul ('"iiiiir) Club.
Mrs. ('. Monlague Cooke, tho cup
tain of the ladles' Uolf Club, Is ar
runglng nnollipr goir loiirpameiil
The last one duo In Mrs Cookc'n In
defatigable efTorlH wns i.urli a sue
tess thai there wilt bo no tumble In
uinit.iliiR Interest III 'his coining
coiigrnlulallon. It 'has been u ens- event. A Hireling has not been call-
loin id Professor llelgcr's to selenitic oil, hut by tlio Inst of next week (hero
Mrs. Wilder on her hlillidays; the w ,e a gatheilug id etithuslaslle
excellent conceit (hat was lendcrcd polfcrs, who will probably decide tho
Wcdiiesday by thn Hawaiian hand, date for tho loiirnmuent. Thu com
nddpil grently to tho enjoyment of thu lug match will be nn elgliteen-liolo
occasion. Delicious rcrreshinenlsl touniauient nnd will he of especial
vvoio served by tho Rranilchlldieiii Interest, for tho winner will lccelvo
and grandiilores and nephews. Mrs'a handsome sliver cup fourteen ln
Wlliler greeted overyono with ficr ( c,oa high, which slatids on mi ebony
usual giaclniis manner, and wiis'mK0. This trophy Is u gift from Miss
flensed to seo many of her old
Luncheon on Board thr Crulter Kent.
Tlio Captain of the cruiser Kent
was host at u delightful luncheon
Hint was given In honor of Major and
Mrs. Neville, Captain nnd Mrs. Ar
thur Marlx nnd Miss Knthryn Ste
phens. Tho affair wns glv'en on tho
Fouith of July. Tho color scheme for
tho labia was In red, white and blue.
After tllllu the host and his guests
motored ( tho polo game.
Mr. John Gulld'.i Supper.
Iist evening, Mr. John (Jullil enter
tained at supper In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Willi, mi Baldwin or Haiku, Maul,
mil Mr. nnd Mrs. Duncan Murdoek.
Covers were arranged for twelve, nnd
I. a Fiance roses nindo a bcaiitirul
ornamentation for thu table. The
liniuo cards were garlanded with
Mr. and Mrs. William Baldwin's
Mr. and Mis. M. F Piosscr weiu
the guests of honor nt a dinner that
was given nt the Alexander Young
Hotel on Thursday last. Tho deco
ratlvo fclicme was In scarlet. Silver
candlesticks with icd silk shades shed
a becoming glow over tho host, hostess
Mr. Willie Hours ictiiiucd this
week In his homo to spend his sum
mer vacation, ictiirnliiR to Harvard
In tho autumn. During tho past cnr
this young man won giuat athletic
lienors, mailing tho first baseball
loniiii and played a splendid game
when tho Harvard ricshm.m ulnu
played ugalnst tho Ynlo baseball
Wlllielmlnn Tennoy, who Is an en
tbuslasdc golrer ami Is winning
Intirels at thai game In California.
At the 'Inst Indies' tournnuicnt that
took place nt the O.ihu Country Club,
Miss Tennoy won thu cup. Whllo
there aro many excellent goiters In
Honolulu among tho fair sex only
ono golf tournament has so far been
given. It Is In Im hoped that In the
fnll there will ho moro ot thci-o
pleasant affairs, for they aro Inter
esting, Probably thn tournament will
bo played In two days If an elghtccn
holo courso is decided upon.
.Mlis Williams' Dancing Parly,
Miss Kdlth Williams will entertain
fifty of her friends at a dancing party
that will bo Riven Monday evening at
her Wnlklkl home. Tho following In
vitations has been received:
Monday evening, July tho tenth, at
To meet Miss Sara Lucas
2T07 Kaplolanl Park
( 'a pin In anil jlrs. Marlx' Dinner.
On thn tth of July Captain nnd
Mrs. Marlx entertained Informally at
dinner complimentary to a number
of the officers on II. M. S. Challenger.
After dinner tho host, hostess and
their guests attended tho ball wt tho
Alexander Young Hotel.
Corsage houqucis nf American
Beauty roses were the favors for tho
fair sex when Mnjor Duncan enter
talncd Sunday nt tho Mnana Hotel In
honor of General nnd Mrs. Montgom
ery Macomb. Tiffin was served nt
one o'clock at n table prettily ornn
mented with Shasta daisies and sml
lax. Only Servlco folk wero Includ-
This is not an ordinary sale. Prices have been reduc
ed to such a tremendous extent that every garment
offered in this sale is a distinctive bargain. Note a
few prices :
$ 4.50 - $ 3.00
6.50 - 425
7.50 - 5.00
9.00 - 6.00
12.50 - 8.25
15.00 - 10.00
22.50 - 15.00
25.00 - 16.00
Navy, Mixed Grey, Black,
Brown, White, etc.
$3.50 - $2.25
4.00 - 2.50
5.00 - 3.25
5.75 - 3.75
6:50- - 4.25
7.50 - 5.00
9.00 - - 6.00
Opp. Catholic Church
ed on tho Invitational list. Thoso
present, besides tho host, wero Clen
crral and Mrs. Montgomery Macomb,
Major and Mrs. Kdvvnrd J. Tlmbor
luke, Major mid Mrs. Ncvlllo, Cap
tain nnd Mrs. Clifton Carter, Captains
Jackson and Chamberlain nf l.clle
hiiu and Captain rails.
Mr. I'll 1 1 lit Hall, who toft several
months ago for California, Is singing
In tho First Congregational Church
In Oakland, which Is ono nC tho
InrRost churches In that city. Mr.
Hall wns tho leading tenor for n
Church. This young man's decision
to rcsldo on tho mainland was felt,
for ho has been greatly missed In
tho musical circles of this city, lte
ccntly Mr. Hall acquitted himself
with honors at u concort that was
given In Oakland by John W. Met
cnlf, tho great composer. Mr. Hall
sang four of his compositions "Ab
sent," "A 1)1 earn so Fair," "Keep
sake" and '"livo's Klegy." The mu
sic lovers of Oakland woro enthusi
astic In their reception of tills tal
ented artist. Tho conceit was Riv
en In tho MucDonough theater, which
number of years in Central Union is tho principal ono In Oakland.
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Mrs. Den llnldvvln, who has been i
visiting her brother nnd sister, Mr I
and Mrs. E. D. llnldvvln, returned to
her homo on Kauai Tuesday She '
was accompanied by hor nephew,
Mr, Dwlght llnldvvln, and hor turn,
Douglas. Tho former will visit them I
six months nt their mountain
Dr. nnd Mis. OeorRO Dudley tlr.i
ham of Mclohua havo been enjoying
Iho hospitalities of Major mid Mrs
James Madison Kennedy, whero the
havo been visitors ror Iho past week
The doctor and Ills attractive wile
hnvo been Iho motif for a number id
Captain and Mrs. Wilbur und Mis
Mary Wlddlflold, who havo been
spending the month nf Juno nnd pint i
or July nt thn Sam Parkor place on
Mount Tantalus, returned this week ,
to their homo at Knrt finger.
Mr, nnd Mrs. OeorRO Kinney,
ItobliiKon, rnma In town to spend
1th of July and hnvo boon iitopplng
at Iho Alexander Young Hotel. They
return to tliclr homo today,
Captain nnd Mrs. CIIITord tlamo
moved Into their homo on Kewalo
btreol, near Wilder avenue, This
houso was formerly occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Crane.
Mrs. Jnmeg Hough nml Mian Hough
will sail for their homo in iitocklon
Cul., on tho Manchuria, thn I
Major Dtinran, H. S. A., left Thurs
day on thu Sheridan tor Washington,
I), C, where ho will attend tho U. S.
Miss Oictchcn Fnlko will leave In
August for llorlln, Germany, whom
sho will dovoto hor time to tho study
Miss Daphne Damon will leave nn
Iho fitlt of AtiRUsA for Cnllforiila,
whero shu will attend tlio Mills I;
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