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Wjfci It CVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1911. ,
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Miss ini Shiiiiv's IHiincr.
Ten guests enjoyed tlio hospitality
of Miss Nora Hwanzy, when she en
tertained at dinner Wednesday oven-
Ini; In honor of Miss Vera Damon and!
MlhH llentrlrc Castle The laiRO fir-1
cular tablo at which tln giicsta woro;
cculcd was nttiactlvcly arranged In'
while nnters and gricii silk tulle.
The coaler of tlio table wan massed
with tin) aster:i, presenting the up-'.
ponrance of u veritable Dower gulden '
llntleilly hovvknotR of the. green tnllo
weie effectively Inliodllced 111 thu
mode of ornamentation. The dinner
favors wen- miniature calabashes, anil ,
the place cards wero exquisite hund
pnlutid nffalrs portraying "Hwwnles." '
At the conclusion of dinner dancing ,
was enjoyed on the large binal over- I
looking lm fna. Those pieselit wero
Mis Francis .Mills Swnnzy, Miss Nora i
Hnn.y, Mh.s Wra Damon, Miss lie-.
ut flee Castle, Miss Katherlno Ste
phens, Miss Helen Achilles, and .
I.leiileuant 1'rlco of Kurt HiiKer, Mr. ,
nlehard Wright, Lieutenant IMnleo of I
Kurt Shnflor, Mr. nnlirmd Whitney,!
l.leulPiiaat Andlows, aide iln calup to
C.er.eial Maentnb. and llorr Crellllzer
of llerlln, Cermaiiy.
.Mrs. I'l'cn Iain's I'M lainclicon. '
Mrs. Hbeii I.ow entcrlMwil a ilo.eii '
friends :t a pel luncheon, that was
given at tier nnme on img sireei.
Mr. T. Main Wall.er and Miss He-,
alr'lce Walker weie the honored
guests. Luncheon was Forved at one
o'clock on the large lnnal, midst a'
tropica! Ffotm of polled palms and (
hanging ba d.' is of maidenhair fern. .
'Hie beautiful table, laden with lln-j
wallan delicacies, was hnndi-oniuly
decouited Willi golden shower. Thoco
prevent were .Mrs. Khen I-"v. Mrs. T.
lla'ln Walker, Mrn. Hugh Jones of.
Los Angeles, Cat., Mrs. Kranels Mills (
Suutiry, .Mrs. Fojier, Mrs. William
lllcbaid Caslle. Mrs. John Struviir j
Mcfirew. Miss Hoatrlce Wll:er. Miss j
Anabclle Low, MIsh Huth Sopor. Miss
Niiiii hwnnzy and Miss ileatrlcu
Senator and Mis. Krlc Kntnlsen nre
plannlni; to comn to Honolulu to wit
ness the polo touruaim nt. The Sen
ator and liU charmlnK wife are so
liopulnr that their arrival In Hono
lulu acts as it stimulus In roolal ue
tMllcs, for lliclr many friends aie
Veen to entertain them. DurliiK tho
mouths of June and July this clmrm
litK couple baveb een glvlm; a seiies
of house parlies. Ainoni; their pres
ent Knouts are Miss C.atheilno (lood
ale, Mrs. Cliatles Wilder and son,
Miss Margaret WaleilioiiFe and Lieu
tenant Dili ell of tho United Slates
Meillut; of II u nunc Six lily.
Tlie inmlrrH of the. Honolulu Hu
mane Society aie urged to attend the
ui'Mtliig that will take place in tho
lounging looms of tho Alexander
Young Hotel, Wednesday afternoon,
August id, at thiee o'clock. A num
ber of Important things pertaining to
the soldi ly will be discussed.
Howell. Siting Nuptials.
A pietty wedding occurred Wed-
lipadaj evening at St. Clement a
cluipcl, when Mlfti Allele Sallng lin
eatno Iho Initio of l)r Walter Orln
Howell. Tlio eeieiuony was very
ipilet, for only n few fi lends were pte
uMit. Mls Sallng was a San Krati
clsco gill nml arrived that morning
on tho rdeamer l.urllue and was met
at tho whaif by Mnjor and Mrs. Ken
nedy nnd her fiance. The prutty rom
ance began In San Kranclsco, over
a year ago wlfii Dr. Howell was sta
tioned at iho I'resbllo. The wedding
ceicmoiiy was pcrfoimcil by Canon
I'eIiiiiiio nt bIx oVloel:. The brblo Is
a very ptetly brunette, with n bril
liant co'orlng. Shu ItMdvcd stunning
In her bridal rnbo of einbrolileied
umrqiilrpito over satin, trimmed In
liauda of Venetian pnlnt lace, a largo
picture bat of whllo tnllo and pink
ro.es eomideted tho costume A .diow
er bouiHPl of brides roses was cir
rled. Mrs. James Mndlson Kennedy,
wife of Major Kennedy of Kurt Slrit
ter was matron of honor. Tills young
cecloly woman looked charming In an
rmhroldorid pink gnuzo over eliariu
eum natii. The costume was made
In the prevailing mode and was em
broidered! In palo pink chrysanthe
mums, a cord of the same, tolor. fin
ished wlfb fringed tassels was elev
eily arrtmged below the eotsago mill
lied In Iront, following lo the edge
of Ibo gown.
A lame Krenrli lenborn covcicd
with (Ji(l: roses, ndded lo tho beiutv
of the "Joi.tnme, Mbs Ornlo Kennedy
act cil f bihlrsmald and looked bcau
llful In! pale blue cltllTou over satin,
with trimmings of silver bead work.
A chanipague eoloicd picture bat,
trlnimeJ in gold lace and a long wil
low pljnie In the same shade, was
vety sluniilug. Thu hestmau, Doctor
Johut:(ilne nnd tho groom met tlio
bridal party at Iho nll'ir. After tho
Kplsciipal marrlago fervlce, that mill
ed the fining ciiiiple In Iho holy boiiiU
of wedfock, Iho party motored to Ibo
Colonial Hotel for dinner'. This elab
orate trVUKt was iieivod at kovou
o'cloeU.-al a table adorned with .Mam
mon Poehet loses. In the center of
tho tnb.'e was a tall candelabra, with
numerous branches, containing pink
cnndkwi with lose colored shades. A
laigo ijinvknot of tnllo was Hud In
tho confer of tho candelabra, tho four
streamers wore tleil and finished with
miniature buttorlly bows, on Blonder
cut ghiM vases containing Mammon
CoeheUioscs. The placo cauls wero
hand-painted In tho sliapo lit wedding
bells, llj-plctlng u in bio, ntlhed in bri
dal mill's and veil nnd carrying Mam
mon Cochet rofcns. DuriitK tlio din
ner, niTHiiwnllnti iiulnletto club fur
nished t'lnnrle, tlio nnvolly of tho mu
sic npiicalcd to Mrs. Howell, for blm
takes rank over all metal polishes, because it brings
back the original lustre of the metal. It cleans and
polishes brass, copper, nickel and steel.
is used by thousands of automobile owners because
it renews the. original brilliancy of -the metal in
stead of putting on the white shine so common to
does the work quickly, and after being applied can
be immediately polished off while moist and without
waiting for it to dry.
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bad never heard the Hawaiian mu-j
flo. At thu cunclitslon of tho dinner
tlio brldo cut the beautiful welding
eako that had been aitlstlcully dec
mated with rcn-es ami tho fenlliery as-
purngus vine. Among Dr. ami .Mrs.
Howell's guests were Majn and Mrs.
Kennedy, Dr. and Mrs. Johnstone,
Mrs. A. CllaldvvIn nnd Miss Ornlo
Kennedy Dr. and Mrs. W. O. How
ell spent a portion of their honey
moon nt the Colonial Hotel.
"Letters wero received this week
from .ludgo and Mrs. Dole, written
fioni Paris. They aio In tlio best of
health and aro thoiotighly enjoying
their Kitroiiean tour. 'I hey mo plan
ning to vlt.lt Germany, Switzerland
and Italy. Their pir.scnt plan Is to
return to tho Island.! tho latter pmt
of November, although they may de
cide to spend the Xmas holidays with
Mr. Dole's brother In California.
Mrs. Hugh Jones of I.os Angeles la
Iho house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Khun
Low. Mis. Jones is u cousin of Mr.
Low's. On August iho eighth, a week
from next Tuosday, Mrs. Low, Mlsa
Low and their house guest will de
part on thu Manna Kc.i fur Hawaii,
wheiu they will bo thu guests of thu
Hubert Iliads and John McUullea at
Komi, Hawaii. Later in tho summer
they will visit tho Volcano of Kl
lauea. Mix ,Huk1i Jones Is charmed
with tlio Islands and expicsses her
self as enjoying every minute or her
Mr. Krncst Waterhouse will leuvo
Tuesday on iho Kliiau to visit Sen
ator and Mrs. Krlc Knudseii. Dr.
Waterhouse will go to Kauai In
about ten dajs, ho and his wlfo will
lodii ii to Honolulu prior to tho polo
matches, that aiu to bu played this
month ut Muamilua.
Mm. I-'inz and Mrs. Uriino, hnvo
moved "into town, they havo been, re
siding ut tho Harry Whitney's place
Mr. and Mr.i. Charles Jutld and thu
lalter's mother, Mrs. LuijuIiis, arriv
ed on Hie Sibeila, Mr. Judd has ac
cepted the Important position of laud
couimibsloner of tho Islands.
Mm. Lindsay lingers nnd Miss He
len Hogeni, duo to tho former's III
Health, is taking a lengthy son voy-j
age by thu sailing vessel Andrew
Welch, that Is expected to arrive In
Honolulu about the tenth of August.
Mr. Unguis Is a millionaire fruit
glower, of Fresno, Cul, For a num
ber of yeais, Mr. Kogcrs was tho at
torney for the .Southern lMciflc Hall
road. Finding his profession too
fctrciiunus, ho decided to go Into the
fruit glowing business In California,
and has luailo a wonderful succors
of It. The Rogers" mo old fi lends
of Mr. ami Mrs. Augustus Murnhv
While In Honolulu, Miss Jlugurn and
her mother, will rcsldo nt tho Moana
Mr. ami .Mrs. .1. Milton who limn
been living on Kaplolaul stroot, hnvo
moved to lin, Adams Lauo. Mrs.
Mlllou In lino of tho proprietors of
.Ml linn and l'aison millinery shop.
Captain and Mrs. Dan "Hniiil of lxl
lehiia', ;mient Monday ami Tuesday In
lown. Soveraf Informal dinners were
given In Iho nimy by their army
f i lends.
Mrs. Charles Wilder who has been
visiting tho Mr. and Mrs. Francis (lay
up. Kauai, Is tho hound guest of the
Miss Klclrhor and Miss Dooloy, two
idofiny'Vd'irs'or (MMrorulu.linva boon
v uming i.ieut. and Airs, Cunningham
'Jit jScltolloh) lUnacks. They enjoyed
nHVu dajs' visit In Iheso Islands mid
piecerde.d on Ihelr trip to the Oilent
on tho Slhorla, Monday. On tholi
letiirn trip Hi0y may doclito to niako
a longer trip "la Hawaii nel.
Mr,, and Mri. William Lovo will,
leave n tho eighth of Ausust lo vlsllj
Senator and Mrs. i;iic Kiuiiisen on
Mr. and Mm. Henley of Sail Lake
City ami Mrs. Alta Conger Haldwln
molored mound the liland, Wednes
day, Rtupplng ul Haleiw.t for lunch
eon. Mrs T. J, King entertained Infor
mally nt luncheon Monday In honor
of Miss Helen Kimball. Tho attract
ive alfalr wus given ut tho Kings'
home, Hin the comer of 1'llkot and
Four of tho young Boeloty bache
lors of Honolulu gave a theater party
Tuesday evening at tho Now Orpltcum
to witness tho musical comedy,
"Away From llroatlway." Thu uflalr
wns given In .honor of Miss I'carn and
Miss Fitzgerald or California. Those
who participated In tho affair wero
Miss Alice Macfarlanc, Miss Mlna
Ilcrger, tho two guests of honor, Mr.
Guilford Whitney, Mr. Itoborl McCor
rlstou, Mr. Kd Hedeinnnn nnd Mr.
After n delightful trip on tho main
land, Miss Helen Kimball returned to
Honolulu on the Siberia Monday nnd
went on the afternoon train to Ha-
Iciwn, where she will spend tho sum
mer mouths. Mlns Kimball has been
away from the Islands for the past
twelvemonth. Sho has divided her
(Into In Huston, New York and Chi
cago. Mrs. I'ngo Morris, wlfo of Judge
Morris of Diiluth, Mich., arrived on
the Siberia Monduy, and Is visiting
her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Hobhius Anderson. Mrs. Morris Js a
Virginian, possessing a charming
Mr. von Hiunm will leavo on 'the
Ctli of August for nn Eastern trip.
Mrs. von Ilamm nnd young daughter
hnvo been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Mo
Nub of Los Angeles. For the present
they nru tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Cedgo in Oakland, where they will re
main until Mr. von Hnmiu's arrival
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooko aban
doned their European tour and re
turned to this city on Monday. While
on the American continent they1 vis
ited Yoseniite Valley and Yellowstono
Turk. While in New York and the
Eastern States Mr. and Mrs. Cooko
did a great deal of sightseeing.
Mrs. Sam Allen and her sister, Mrs.
McWayne, wero busy during tho past
MK & htrnwrnwrm Qmqi.
Dear to the Heaits of the Women.
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who Desire to "Retain a
Every woman owes It to hcrielf and
loved om- to retain the charm nt youth
nature lias bestowed upon her. For over
halt a century thin article ha been u-it
by actresses, singer and women of
fashion. It render tho skin like the
softness of velvet leavlne It clear and
pearly whlto and Is highly desirable when
fireparlng for dally or evening attire. As
t Is a llipild and non-Krrnsy preparation.
It remains unnotlitsl. When attendlne
dances, balls or other entertainments. It
prevent u greasy appearance of the corn
flexion caused by tho skin becoming
' aoursud's Oriental Cresm cure skin
diseases and relieves Runbiim. rtemove
Tan, l'lmplc lllacklieud. Moth Patches,
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Ford. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jone Street, New York.
tvvo weeks greeting friends nt tho
Hotol Stewart, whoro they aro stop
ping. This San Francisco hotel tooenis
to be the Meccu for Island folk. Onu
nf ilm olo.iHiirps nf rttnonliii; at the
Stewart Is that one meets so ninny I street,
Mrs. Henry Gulon I'lummcr well bo
ut home on tho first nnd third Thurs
days of each month. Mr. Henry Gulon
riumnier bus leased thu beautiful Or-
mond Wall bungalow on Hasslngur
Mr. nnd Mrs. Itobert Hooth aro most
enthusiastic over their tilp to Cali
fornia, although they aro glad to bo
among their old friends nnd relatives
iu Honolulu. They returned the first
of the week on the Siberia. The
major portion of their trip wns spent
1 Northern California.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John l'almer and Mrs.
Wilcox, wlfo of Lieutenant Wilcox of
tho Hevcnuo Cutter Rorvlce, hnvo
been sojourning at the Queen's ptnea
nt Wulktki for thu past ten days.
After a delightful outing, they re
turned to the Hotel Cnurtlniid on Mon
day of this vvetk.
Dr. Ames, tho medical inspector of
Coat Island, and his young daughter
uro registered at the Courtlund Hotel.
The doctor Is enjoying n well-earned
.Miss Clay Is visiting Major nnd
Mrs. Woolen nf Fore Do Hussy. This
attractive young society girl Is a sis
ter of Mrs. Wooten.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Farrlngton
nnd fumlly nro spending tho summer
months nt tho Shaw place nt Kahala.
Mrs. F. Hopkins of Scholleld llar
racks spoilt Monday and Tuesday In
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Murphy and
Miss Tholiua Murphy will leave on
Tuesday of next week for tho W. W.
Halls' place at the peninsula, whero
they will spend two weeks. Wednes
day Miss Murphy will entertain n trio
of young girls belonging to the young
er set. Tho entertainment is being
planned In honor of Miss Daphne
Damon, who leaves shortly for Mills
Col I eg 3. Miss 'Huth Sopcr, Miss
I'uullno Slnefcr and Miss Duphno
Damon, accompanied by lliclr young
hostess, will leavo on tho ufternoou
train Wednesday for Pearl Harbor,
wheru they will visit -until Friday
A large party of Honolulu peoplo
aro planning a round-the-Island trip
on Saturday, stopping at Hulelwn for
tho night nnd going on after break
fast, having a picnic lunch at Kahnnti
Mrs. A. J. Campbell and family nro
occupying n bungalow at Hnlolwa for
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