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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 29, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 16, Image 16',
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EVENINCI BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1911.
Major and Mrs. Davit' Reception.
Mr Mnntgoiiicr) MiHuml) wits the
cm l nf honor at it lunutltut reception
tint "art rImii Tupi1iij liy Major nml
Urn Alixiimlcr DiNls, tjielr lioino on
I'llknl Htrnt Tho function .una given
In Imnor of Mr MontgoimryM it-limb'
mini (l:i. During the entire tliy Mrs.
Mrt. Herbert Steven' Tea.
l'rlilji Mrs Herbert Stevens (if tlio
V S. iur Wua IiokIppk ut u pretty ten
tint uni Klvin from 4 to 0 nt Iter
liiitnc nl Wulklkl Mrs. Btevcni rccel-
til lier guests In tho Ornwlng room,
xslilcli ,)mii bcnutlfull) ilecorutril with
triiif.lt nltik hllilriii i.n.l Mlinhtii iliiUlcn.
.. ..i.ji .'uuiih .it..- im.iii; i. . .Hi"!. - - - ..... .
Miuoiiili nu th nclplcnt of beautiful Tll ''"rent uirl.llca of lloucrit ina.lo
a prcuv loinmmmmi Mr. i'raii oi
lluri nml Dtlur slttf 'I lie reception
unit an o ciiIiir utTiilr from 9 to 11.
Although the ki junto of the entertain-
the V H marine eorin poured ihoco
late, nml Jll Alice Cooper nerved ten
nt n prelllh -ilo orated table In tho
mint wiih Inforinalltj, tho decorations dlplnvroino Ihli room wua done en-
oi uio miuto unit gniumi wire iivjuif trcl. , t0 ,0uniiliilllei lnc. The
fill On iltlicr Hid.! of tho ilrUcwny Bliri1rn H,lrrontK tlilx home nro no
lending to the house wire burning nrmy i,tlltriil that the guoti. after pnlns
torihet. Through the trem nml pulnH;1(r renpocts to thilr ho-tcs.., strolled
were Kiriiim cleitrli IIMita, covered . n , KrlltMl iere thev found
with JiipuiiKc liiiitirn In delicate co.'t ,irfchtful mid nml A cnrp of Orl
orlng of pile gucii and pink A lrgu.,lltll) Fmi p-nwcil ilrlkloiix Ice nml
miniuH! hid bien enilid on tho lawn rKe Mr Ito l'mnila Smith of tho
nut innopj wax ming iuo wmi Jap- ,j , rxeil punch In an arbor yltunteil
lanicrni ntiti electric HKIU" l,i the crnundt. riiN arbor was form-
Tuisdnv tvuilnc was miltry, nml the
guoMi riijnjed VMindirliig In the brll
11 mil) .lighted (,ro indn und retting up.
ilerne.itli the marquee If they were so
Im lined The litter place had been
outlined with rugf und cai-j cluilri
Mr MontKoimrv Mnioiub nml Mrt
Alexiimbr DivN riulml In the draw
ing room whkli had been prettll dec
orated with cut Mower Tho cr.uiilii
Hiid dlnliiR-room wire ndorned with
purple nxters nml wisteria lilnmmiiis In
the Hnmp Hhade, and produci d an ef
fective ilet oration The guest of honor
woh Khowired with kooi! wlhix, and
itnnv clever frpoteho were made when
her heiilth was drunk Toward tho bit.
Ii r part f the w plug, a dellcloiiH buf
fet supp.r was served Among those
Invited wnr ticuernl and Mrs Mont
Coinrrj Mnconib Admiral nml Mrs
Walter (.'union Major nml Mrs Ne
ville Major nml Mrs IMnnrd .1 Tim-
berlnke Major nml Mrs Campbell,
(d of golden hhower and ptpper
braiiibes The tooling hcvenigo was
v.r rifrei-hliignml delklous, rsieclally
on such n warm, sultrj day ns I'rlday
proved to be inong Mrs Herbert
Stevens' Rinsts wire Mrs Walter
Cowles, Mrs MmitMMlirr Miuoiiili,
Mrs lliirnlinm. Mrs Woolni. Miss Cln),
Mr I'ratt. Mrs Clifton Cnrtir. Mrs.
frank II IMwnrds, Mrs Augutin
Murphv Mrs llenrv Cooper, Miss Mary
Sdiaefrr, Mrs MiSlnckir. Miss Mc
Sloel.ir (if riilhidelphln, Mrs. IMward
.1 Tlnibrrl ike, Mrs Hoy Knilth. Miss
ICiiteman Miss Cooper, Mrs I'litnain,
Miss IMIIh Conlis. .Mrs Arthur Mnrlx,
Mr Nivllle, Mrs Wnnl and others
Ivers' Dinner Dance.
One of the smartest sochl (unctions
tint his bein Klven In this city for
some time was the dinner d mcc Riven
last evenhiK by Mr and Mrs Ulchard
Ivirs Cover were laid for twenty-
Ma'or nml .Mrs James Madison Ken-'elRht nml the exipilsltetj -det orated tn
nedj Cndiiln and Mrs Clifton Carter.
Ciptnln and Mi's John Stuart Johnson
Cnptnln nml Mrs IV ink It IMwnrds,
Cm tain mid Mrs I'litnnm, Cnptnln and
Mrs Cmko Captain nml Mrs Mnrlx,
Cnptilii and Mrs Came. Dr and Mrs
Johnstone of fort Slmftir, Pa master
ami Mrs Stevens, sirs Cochran, I.leu-
bios were nrra lined In the dlnlnc-mom
mid llbrars lijch tublo accnminodated
fourteen Tho ' roo dinner" was mio
of the most benutlful ever seen III Ho
nolulu Ut frnnee roses were used ex
cluslvelv In the decorations, with the
exieptlon of vvhlto Marseilles lilies that
wero nrrnnuod In the middle of the
ten mt und Mrs Hoy franels Smith, circular tnbles This varlet-, of Illy Is
Miss Kuleinnn, Miss Cochran, Miss excrcifliiKl) rare, nml hnVbeen recent
I'dllli CoU, Miss Onle Kennedy, Mr jly dlseovend The blossom Is white,
ltn Conrir Ilnblwln. Mr nml Mrs,,l!,'nnd spotted with shell pink. Slender
McK Harrison, Mr and Mrs. Arthur cut-class vases containing roses wcro
binlth und Lieutenant Andrews. placed promiscuously over tho linnd-
tmuelv appointed tabks, ntternitlm;
Willi sllvir innilbstliks shniUd with
rose pink slinihs The plaio niril
wile Hull imt boss nml iJrli attired In
thill lutlvo iiistiiinc Mls Nora
Sn mrv wits the Intiutlvb for this
binullful dinner Since this jouhk nml
nttriitllve Klrl miilo lur form il bow to
riHkt) several weeks iirii, nt it larRO
riieptlon rIviii b her fatlur and
tnothei she has been In a whirl of
Ralcts DurliiR last nlkhl's dinner n
lliwnllau iiulntit club plnved midsmiR,
mid biter In the ivinlhR provldcil music
for the ilmuliiR Mr. mid Mrs Ubliard
Ivirs' dinner kucsIs were Jllss Norn
Swanrj, Miss Marlon Scott, Miss IMIth
Cowles, Mm lleiitrkc Castle, Miss
r.lhrl SpaldlllR. Miss 11(1(11 Alhlllcs,
.Miss J(sslc K'dUicilj, Miss Vera 1)1-
jiuou, Miss Ann i linker, Miss Allio
Maifmlane, Miss Itolurts, Miss Loulso
fllrard nml Miss Cordelia Wnlkrr:
Messrs l.islle Siott, II. Walker, Sam
, Wnlkir, Hcrbirt Dowsett, (Icorpo
i Drown, Itoberts, Ulchard WrlRhl, Will
Itolh, IM Iledomiinn, frank Arm
strnm:. Lieutenant Pardee ami I.huten-
nut Andrews 'ijiter In tho evinlntr n
niiiiilier of jouiir married people tamo
In nml participated In the (lnnclnir
Ainnni; them wire Mr nml Mrs (lerrlt
Wllitir, JmtRe nml Airs Arthur Wilder,
Mr ami Mrs Wnltir I)llllni,ham, l.ku
tenant nml Mrs Oaylor, Captain ami
'Mrs 1'llflon Curler. Mr mid Mrs
Swnuv, IuiIro mid Mrs Whltmy, Mrs
Jnims Wilder and Mrs Holmes, Mr,
nml Mrs limine) Scott, I'rofissor and
Mrs M M Scott mid othirs
Wednesday Bridge Club.
Iho Wedne(lij llrldRe 'lub was en
tirtalncd n diy later b Jlrs I'litnnm
at her urtlstlc homo at fort Ue Hussy.
Thuisdn) afternoon's alTnlr was de
llRhtful In ever respect. Tho pretty
billiBHlnvv lit fort Do Hussy was abloom
with Shnstn dilsles and maidenhair
fern, TIip prizes' were dainty Madeira
handkerchiefs and wero won by 'Mrs.
Winters, Mrs Smith nml Mrs Woolen
On this occasion Mrs Putnam had nn
extra Riict table that was tilled by
Mrs Wool( n ami hi r sister. Miss Cln ;
Mr Neville nml Mrs Wntklns. Aft
ei the uwurilliiK of tho prizes, ibllclnus
rcfrcshnnnts were rervrd AmonR
those who pirtlrlp licit In Iho plnlni;
wem Mrs Wllinx Mrs. Mnrlx, Mrs.
Joseph Sheedv, Mrs Winters, Mrs.
Chapman, Mrs 1'ardee, Mrs Turner,
Mis Wind, Mrs Wnoten, Mrs Neville,
Mrs Wntklns mid Mis Clay.
In Iho I'olo Hamr.
Unusunl enthusiasm1 is bcInK (Un
pin) ed by society folk ovor tlin pplo
match Hint will laku plnciS this nfler
nonn on tho poln Krouiids nt llle
htm. Not nnly nro tho mirvlco folk
motorltiR to Scliollold Ilarrnckn, but
a number of tho town folk ns well
After Iho Riiino tin liifiiriunl nflcrnoon
ten will bo nerved In tho club liouso
AtnnnR tlioso inotorlltK lo Ircllelid.l
nro (leneral mid Mis Macomb, thn
Walter UllllnulinniH, tho Oerrlt Wll-
ilers, Onplnlti nntl Mis Clifton Car
ter, JtulRo unit Mrs. Arthur Wilder,
Captain nml Mrs IMvwirds, the C.corKO
Carters, Cupliiln and Mis Mnrlx,
Major nnd Mrs Geo Cnrtir, MIrs
Kntlicrlno Stuvens, Mrs. Charles Ad
niiis, Mrs. James Wilder, Mrs. Holmes,
the ltobcrt AtklliBons, nntl miinj oth
ers. JuiIro nml Mrs Alexander Lindsay
will shortly le Iho possessore (if n
beautiful homo In'Miimm Valley. 1"o
Rrmind was brocii Inst week, nnd tho
bulhllnc was cotniuencid Mnniliy on
this nrtlRtlc structure Mr N. A 1'.
Nevvconib lias deslRnid n be.iutlrul
twelve-room dwelling lionso, lillzu-
buthnn nrcliltecttire, that will bo com
pleted by tho middle of October. Olio
of the features of tho new home will
ho n larRC open llieplnco In tho IIvIiir
loom. The locality of tho property Is
particularly, desirable, loininnnding
not onl) n superb mountain view, but
n inarlno view as well A "hill" pf
)oiiiir men btiiiRht this propert), con
sIsllnR of llvo ncics, each biicr kecp
Iiir mi litre. Mr. and Mrs Spencer
llowcn have Just moved Into their
InrRo rustic buiiRiilow, thnt has been
built on the property ailJnlnltiK JuiIro
Lindsay's lot. Mr. Frederick OvvlRht
Lowrcy lu hnvlnR his land cleared
miiHa hnvlnR plans drawn for n lioino.
Tho Wlnlficd Oncnwells nro so
charmed wllh Mniion thnt they nro
contemplating building, nml Mr. K
W. Sutton; owns; tho llflli mro.
Mrs Charles Athertnn nml diiiiRli-
lers will lenvo Tnrsilns of next week
on the stennmr Lnrllne. They will
meet Mrs Theodora Itlclinnls nnd her
daughter In Now York Miss Ltitira
Itlrhnrds will ruler tho picpiirntor)
schtml, "Kent Place," In Summit, Now
.let pc). Miss Laura Athertnn will
prcpito for Wcllesle) CoIIceo. Mr.
Charles Athcitnn will Join his fnm
My In the Hist shortl) before Ninas,
they will spend tho holiday season
with relntlvrs Tho Misses Athertnn
nre very impulnr In tlio joutiRCr set
of society folk In Honolulu nnd they
will bo grcutly missed.
Tho ninny friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Archibald Young, will bo delighted
to hear that after n two months' so
journ on tho innlnlnnd Unit Mr. Young
has reRnlncd his health, Whllo In
San fraiielscoJsMrhiiil Mis. Young
stopped nt tho' Hotel Slow art. On
their way nasi, Mrs, YonnR Btoppoil
In Detroit, Mich., whcio sho visited
rclillves, Mr, Young visited Wash
ington. D 0. nnd New York Cll. Tho
latter Is very enthusiastic over Iho
coming tourist season, for thoto Is
cvciv Indication of tm Infliiifni ninny
visitors, who nro nnxlous lo visit tho
.Numerous friends hnvo called, cltir
Iiir the pnit wick, nt Dr. and Mrs
John Strnyor McUrow'it home to wol
lomo their son, Mr, Tnrn McOrAw,
who nrrlvcd on tho Siberia. Mr. Mc
Qrcy has been residing In Paris for
tlio pant llvo yenrs, but It Is hoped
thnt ho will make a decision to tako
up n iiermnnent residence In Hono
lulu, for he has always been it favor
Ho In tho Islands.
Mrs Ham Johnson of fauna, Ha
waii, Is planning to visit friends In
Honolulu during tho month of August,
Miss Parson, tho popular young
milliner of Milton & Parsons, Is visit
ing relatives In Callfomln. Tho lattor
part of August Miss Parsons will
Journey to New York, and will ro
turn to Honolulu tho first of October.
Mrs II. 11. Mitchell hns gone to
spend n few- dnys In tho country nnd
Is registered nt tho Hotel Halelvvn.
Mr. C. C. von Hnmm entertained a
party nt Ilalelwa last Sunday evening
for dinner, motoring out in tlmo for
u swim nt sundown".
Cnptnln nnd Mra Arthur Mnrlx of
tho U. S. Mnilnb Corps, motored tn
l.ollchim todn, where they will spend
Saturday nnd Sunday ns tho houso
guests of Major and Mrs, Kocstcr.
Mr. Jtinics Wilder, Is sketching on
tho Island of Molokal,
M4-; Clifford Kimball nnd Mrs
Gcnrgn K.lmbull returned to town
Sunday, after experiencing n delight
ful visit vvllli Hon. nnd Mrs. Charles
J Ulco and tho Aubrey Robinsons on
Tlio James Doughertys nro cnzlly
domiciled Jn their artistic now homo
In Manoa Vnllcy.
Miss Lady Mncfurlnnn hns been vis
iting Mrs J f. C. Wagons In San
Francisco Miss Macfarlano will spend
Iho winter on tlio mainland.
Mr. nnd Mrs Wnltcr Emory left on
Iho Manna Kea Tuesday to visit tho
Lnrrln Thurstons, who liavo tnkenn
cottage near tho Volcano Houeo jn
Miss Kntlicrlno Stephens has boen
visiting at I-cllchua for tho past ten
Call and see them at the
Gas Company's Office
ALAKEA AND DERETANIA
days and returned to town Tuesday
of this week. Miss Stephens Is a
groat fnvorlto at this regimental post
and her numqrous friends connected
with the nrmy, are always anxious to
entertain her. Mrs. Stephens left this
morning for Schnfleld Ilarrncks to
witness tho polo match. Sho will
spend the week-end with Lieut, nnd
Mrs. Cunningham of tlio 5th Cav
alry. Mr. and Mrs. Josopli Sticcdy liavo
given up their houso on Pailflc
Heights and nre now living in ono
of tho Jngcrs cottages on King
street, und nro taking their meals nt
tho Hotel Coiirtlnnd Mr. Shecdyl
found Hint residing so far from his
place of business wns Inconvenient.
Mrs Cunningham, wire of Lieut.
Cunningham, of the Fifth Cnvnlry wni
tho houso guest this neck of Cap
tain and Mrs. Putnam nt Irt Do
Tho (leorgo Hodlcks arc rejoicing
over tho nrrlval of n ton pound baby.
This Is tho first boy In Iho rnmllv,'
and It J8- needless to state that ho
Is verj welcome. Mis Ilodlck, win,
Is verj pnpulai In Honolulu, has been
showered with dainty girts and flow
ors V .
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrrj Wilder, Mrs..
George,' Hnrrlron Iimbcison and Miss
Ltimbocsnn, will leavo Tuesday for
Jlawnli. Mr. Wilder Ig taking his
Inotor and u delightful Jrlp to the.
Volcano Houso litis been planned. Tho
P'trtj will bo nbscnt from Honolulu
for about ten dnys.
Major Jenkins of Scliollold Bar
racks, dined nt llalelwa last Monday.
Judge Perry gnvo n small informal
luncheon at tho "Houso Beautiful" on
Sunday last. The host nnd guests
first motored over tho Pall and nround
Many iiiitomnblllstB turn toward Hn
lelwa on Sunday, and last week was
no exception. Townspeople nml many
Scliofleld Barracks people wero seen
lunching nnd dining on tho cool
lnnnls. Tho bathing bench la more
popular than over.
Tho Michael Jamlcsons and Miss
Jnmlesnn spent tho week-end across
tho Island nt llalelwa, Mr. Jamlcson
enjoying tho golf. "
Mr. II G. K Forstor, British Con
sul, spent tho vvcok-end nt llalelwa,
Lieutenant Burrcll, U. S. N, left,
Tuesday for Kannl, whero ho will visit
Scnntor nnd Mrs. Uric Knudscn.
tMrs. A. A. Curry, who has recently
purchased the- beautiful two-slory
house. No, 1270 Matlock Avo , Just
completed by Mr. Reynolds, the archi
tect; expects to occupy her now homo
about August flratT
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