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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1911.
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Mrs.) Clifton Carter',! Bridge. c .
M"rt. Clifton Carter entertained In
formally nt four tnblos of bildRO yes
terday uflorimciii nt horhomooii Col
leen sheet.' Tliu pilzes wore hunil
siiiun' liicipicrcil trnys, nnd were Won
liy ilia.' Macomb. SlrS. Woolen, Mrs.
Wlllnlr of Foil IIiikci- and Airs. 'Ed
ward Holmes of Hciltclej, Cal. The
pretty home was ilccorateil with
whlfo and Iariiilor nstcis. After the
annulment of the prizes the hostess
ami her Bilcbls adjourned to the dln
liiK room, where delirious icfiesh
ineiits were Eoivod from n table liand
loniely decorated wllh mauve asters
and maidenhair Jem. Mis., llmt
Kiniicry Macomb Renod tho Icea ami
Mix. CIiuiUk llryanl Cooper poured
lea. Japanese women In silk kimo
no iiml brilliant coloicd obis pissed
the icficsbnlenls. Ainoni; .Mis. Clif
ton Crnlei's tmesis were Mis. Mont
tiomeiy Macomb, Mrs. James Wilder.
Mrs. Charles llry.inl Cooper, Mis.
Kelley of I.os Anueles. Mrs. Dan
Hand of Uclehiia, Mis. Neville, Mrs.
Wilbur, Mrs. ll)ion K. Ualrd, .Mi's.
Edward Holmes, Mrs. Woolen, Miss
Clay. Mrs. Ailhiir Almix, '.Mrs. F. II.
Kduniils, Mis. llobily, Mis. IMward
'J.' TiinlioilaUo, Mrs. llerbeit Sfuvcus
and Mis. (JeoiKo Potter.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlldcr's Tennis Tea.
The 'lion, mid Mrs. Ch.iiles lllcc
and Senator and Mrs. KtIc Allred
I'nudsoii of Kanal and Miss Iamber
roii of l'lirlliinil. Ore., "will bo the
isucsts of honor 'at n tennis ten that
Is to I mi Khen Monday nflorno.m by
nrfalr will be Riven at tho tennis
minis of the Mnnnn Hotel, and tea
will be served nt tho nttrurtlvo club
honse. Theso eonrts aio by Tar Ihu
best In town, and nro Ideally situ
nled siirronmled by lieaiillfnl coeoa
niil palms and are always rool. Mon
day's affair will bo elieniey Infor
mal and the Invitational list Is small;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilder. Tho
only twenty-flvo kucsIb hno bceri In
vited. A number of splendid matches
linve been arranged that will bo very
Inferos! Inn to " watch. Among the
piayois will bo Mis. Htchard Ivcrs,
Miss licrilco Hartwell. Miss Cliiro'
Kelley, Miss Doiothy Ilartwtdl, Sen
ntor and' Mrs. Kile Alfred Knndsen,
the James Jndds, tho Hon. nnd Mrs.
Charles Hlcc, Mr. Walter DlllliiKhnm,
Mr. (leorgo Fuller, Mr. Itobert Thomp
son nliil others. Mixed doubles and
slnwles will bo played. Tho guests
liavo been Invited for half after three.
Mist Macfarlane's Launch Party,
Miss Allco Macfailano wits tho
hostess lit an enjoyable snpiicr and
launch party that wits' given at the
Mncfarlano placo at l'earl Harbor.
Tho pally motored to this attractive
homo In (Into for a delicious picnic
r.npier. Afler tho elaborate repast
a ciiilso was taken nronml tho har
bor. Tlmt.0 present weio Miss Allco
Mncfurlauc, Mr, nmj Mrs. I., Davis,
Miss Nina Horner, Miss (loralilino
Neumann, Miss" Josslo Kennedy,
Mr. Kil. Hederiinnn, Mr, Hob McCor
ilitton, Mr.' Herbert Dowsctt, Mr,
(Inllford Whitney and others.
House Party at Ahulmanu.
Mr. and Mis. Harry Mncfnrlano are
cntcit-ilulni; nt a house paity Sunday
that will bo given In honor of M
and Mrs. Marry Dntlon of Han Fran
cisco. Among their guests will bo
Itear-Adnilral and Mrs. Cowlcs, I run,
and Mrs. C. Hlco. Mnjor and Mrs.
(leorgo Potior, Miss lMlth Cowles
Hotel Stewart Party.
..Tho management of tho Hotel Stew
art of this city, following an i-stablMi-ol
cot tout of that hostelry, has nr
Hinged fur tin- annual gathering of the
residents of thn Ilnunlt.m Islands and
their friends on the evening of Angut
lit, snys the Snn Francisco Call. During
this nionlh there nro ft large numbir of
tho Island people In Kan Francisco and
this affords tho opportunity Of bring
ing them In touch with former resi
dents of Hnwnt! and those Interested In
the people nnd nffnlrs of tho "Paradise
of tho Pacific." Tho (lrst of these
gatherings was held In August of last
year and was such a successful nnd
idcasaut affair that Charles A. Stewart,
the proprietor of tho hotel, decided to
lunko It nn annual event. The Staw-
nrt Is the local headquarters of tho res
idents of the Hawaiian Islands, nnd
from the many now stopping at the
hoti-l Mr. Stewart has named n com
mittee to nsslst In arranging for tho
gathering of tho nineteenth nnd to art
ns n, reception rninmlttee for tho occa
sion. It Is planned that the nrfalr be
Informal. A dance Will be held, the
iiiukIc for which will be ftirnlsheil by
n Hawaiian orchestra.
Lieutenant Burrell's Dinner.
One of tho most delightful affairs
of tho week was thn dinner given nt
the Hotel Colonial Thursday evening
by Lieutenant lllirrell of tho United
States Navy. Covers were arranged
for fourteen. t)uantltto of pink
roses and mnldenhalr fern, arranged
In fancy baskets, adoined tho table.
Infinitesimal electric light bulbs were
concealed among (he flowers and pink
Julie. The tullo wns nrrnnged in but
terfly howknots and streamers. Inter
twined wllh smllnx, and ni ranged In
a conventional 'design on tho beauti
fully appointed table. During dinner
n quintette club of Hawaiian singing
boys sung mid plajod beautiful Ha
waiian melodies. Among thoso pres
ent were Lieutenant Iluriell, Senator
and Mis. Krip Alfred Kiiudson. Hon.
and Mrs. Charles Ulco, Dr, and Mr3.
Kmest Watei house. Dr. nnd Mrs.
James Judd, Mr. and Mrs. Chniles
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Wilder, JIK flertrudo Hauling, Miss Mrs. Cben Low's Card Party.
Illaticlio Dwincll and Mr. liwieueo One of the iimxt delightful brliliro
Colonel l'lirlterN I'nl l.unclicnii,
pnitles of the unison was the iitiTtitlu
UKiit given .Monday afternoon by Mrs.
I'.lii'll l.ou In honor of Mr. 0. Hollo-
tW V"''''"1'''' WIT'MC
A llnWitllnu ipilntetto tlub added tOjWy. me hist pil!!e, n linnnionie
tho enjoyment of tho pol luncheon, leurly-koa tray, deiornted In the t-en-w
hen Colonel Sain I'nrker entertained ter with the Ilawalhii coat-of-nrms.
Sunday lit his residence at Walklkl.j was won by Mis. Jack Dnwsttt. The
Tied exorlas and seurlet lels of cm lla-( booby prle, a beautiful sewing luisket,
tliilis eoiubllied with tropical ferns .was nwiirded to Mrs. Ill.icl.imin. At
urnamented jtlio table, which was laden I the coiieluxlon of the game, dillelouj
with 'nt 1 tho Hawaiian delicacies of .refreshments were served Among
tho season. Among the Colonel's .llioso prcfent were Mrs (' S llollo
gueats wj'io Mr. nnd .Mrs. C. Wide- way, Mrs Andrew Fuller. Mrs. Fred
imiii, Mr. and Mrs. Holtoway, Mr. nud crlrk Kkbnlm, Mrs. I.llllnn (' llobily.
Mrs. I.nilt7, Mr, and Mis. Wnlter'.Mrs Irwin (1. Shephird, Jlrs Winner,
Mncfiirlane, Mr nnd Mrs. Ueitleninn),Mrs. Hugh Joins of l.os Angeles, Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. i:i,eti Uiw, Mr. and Mis. J. M. Dousctt, Mrs, ('has. like of
Fnllt, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I.ueas, Mrs. I Kauai, Mrs. F. V. King, Mrs. MtUllle
lleckley, Jlvs. Dargle, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. JNUhol, Mrs. Carl Wlib-m.inn, Mrs. ('.
Kmi, Mr. nnd Mia. John I.anc, Dr. nnd o. Ikrger, Mrs, I. ft lllnckmnn, Mrs.
Mrs. Henry Murrny, Mrs. Ilergor, ('harles llryant Cooper. Mrs. Walter
Misses Mclnty.e, Miss Minn Ilerger, cievelnnd CohIps, Mrs. Wenddl f. Ne
Mlss Allco Macrnrliine, MIbr Mary vllle. .Mrs. Arthur T. Mnrlr, Mrs. I'hlllp
Iw, Judge Sullivun, Mr. John Carey, .i,vk, Mrs. (iiorg" It. Carter, Mrs. ft
dipt. Johnson, Mr. Hubert Shingle, iMcHtoikor, Mrs. (leorge Sherman. Mrs.
Mr. Fred Shingle, Mr. John McCros-jiMwnril J. Thnberhike. Mrs. Wlbbr,
son, Mr. rTiiiiK .Mciuiyre, toi. rarser, -irA, j. a. rjalt. Mrs. I,anz and others,
Kmest l'arker, l'rlneo Kalnnlanuolu,
Drow, nnd others.
Mrs. Swanzy's Lunch. , ,
A Jolly crowd of society folk motor-
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Waterhouse , tn Mr, nllll jr(, swanzy's country
Entertained. homo at Kuoloa yesterday, to partake
Mr. and Mis. nederlcK wntcinouso l(f fnrmal luncheon.
entertained Inrorniaiiy at a surnng Tllp ,MrlJ. nrrlvol In plenty or time
paity and supper Wednesday evening. In lnf oils, wl leli had u tendency
at Walklkl. This enjoyable affair )n tt,t ,, , nmK.t(Ps. A dainty
was given In honor ol henaior niiiMi,lm.,,.mi l)l0n w.rV0(j. The color
Mrs. Hric Aiireu iMiu.isen. aiuouk ch,.m WUM ..i, i ,.. Among
thoso piesent wcro Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Waleihoiise, Mis. Andrew
F.uller, Senator nnd Mis. Krlc Alfred
Knndsen, lr. and Mrs. Charles Walto.
Mr. nnd Mm. J- O. Young. Mr. (leorgo
Wnteihousp, Mr. (leorgo Fuller and
Mrs. Conk's llrMcr 1'iirt)'.
Mrs. Cook, wife of Captain Cook, en
tertajned at n bridge party in honor
of her mother and sister, Mrs. John
A. tiamblo and Miss llarrlo (Inmblo of
Pennsylvania. Tho eiitortiilmneiit wns
perfect In every detail. The prizes
wcro extreinrly pretty nnd tho deco
rations for tho Interior of tho home
iwcro carried out by means of trop
ical palms and lavcndar nnd whlto
listers. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Tuttlo,
Miss Katherlne Stephens and Miss
Clay won tho prices. Ijiler In tho
afternoon delicious refreshments, were
served. Thoso who enjoyed this
r-liTinnlmr hostess' hospitality wero
Mrs. Montgomery Macomb, Mrs, Clif
ton C. Carter, Mrs. A. Campbell, Mrs.
F. II. Kdwards, Mrs. A. M. Davis, Mrs.
Wallace, Mis. Game, Mrs. W. I',
llurnhiiin, Mrs. Krnest Klnloch John
stone, Mrs. Pardee. Mrs. Chapman,
Mrs. W. H. flralmm, Miss lllancho
Cartwrlght. Mrs. Hope- Smith, Mrs.
Woolen. Miss Clay, Mrs. I'utnaiu. Mrs.
.Ward, Mrs. W'atklns. Mrs. Tuttlo. Miss
.Zelglor, Mrs. Kdwurd J. Tlinberluke,
,Mrs. Wilbur, Mrs. Chirk, Mrs. John
Stuart Johnston, Mrs. Wllllaiis. Mrs.
'Turner, Mrs. James Madison Ken
Inedy, Miss Onlo Kennedy, Mrs. A. T.
Ilnldwln, Mrs, I'ruden, Mrs. Shuttle
.worth, Mrs. Hnlght. Miss Mllllkeu,
Mrs. Walter Cleveland Cowles, Mrs.
I Herbert Stevens. Mrs. Hoy Fnincls
'Smith, Miss Kiiteiimti, Mrs. Wendell
,C. Neville, Mrs. Arthur T. Marlx, Mrs.
M'ratt. Mrs. Kilwnrd Dmls. Mrs.
Melaiiphj'. Mrs. I'erley,' Miss Helen
lairvln. Mrs. A. (I. Smith. Mrs. It
iTenney l'eik, Mrs. A. Nowton Uicko,
Mrs. Currle, MrsHsborne, Mrs. Hen-
drlck nnd Mrs. Cochrane.
The JIIskos l.nn's Dnnclng 1'nrly.
Mr. George llrown nnd Mr. Fruncls
Drown, who will leave 'next month for
tho east, wero tho complimented
guests lit n dancing party that was
given Monday evening by Miss Ana
bol Uiw nnd Miss Carrol Low. Tho
'dancing took lilnco on tho largo nnd
'commodious lnnal. In one corner u
Hawaiian quintette club wns station
ed and discoursed excellent music for
tho dancing. Tho Improvised hall
room was hung with golden shower
nnd lighted Jnpalieso lanterns, qunti
titles or potted palms were doftly ar
ranged to give a tropical background.
Tl... .lnnl,r ,.,; wna ell-mi III llin
II iiu limn in ,, tj ...... p..... ..-
homn of Judge nnd Mrs, Sanford Hal
liard Dole on Dniim street. Tho ln
toror of this beautiful homo was dec
I orated with red exorns and roses In
J tho snino shudo. At cloven o'clock n
.buffet supper was served. This party
was one of tho prettiest of the season.
Among thoso present wero Mrs. C.
ifollowny, Mrs. Apdrow Fuller, Mrs.
mind. Mrs. Hugh Jones of Los An-
geles, Mrs. Illicit Imw .Misses Kllza
beth Carter, 1. Cartor, Helen
Achilles. Margamt Jones, Helen Jones.
' Until Soper. Josophluo Sopor, lllancho
ISoper, Henrietta Smith. Margaret
Hind, Monn Hind, Milken Magoon.
iDorrls Jones, Annabel l.nv, Carrol
Ijiw; Messrs. .Cleorgo llrown, Francis
llrown, Llewellyn Ddwselt, Oswald
J I hid, Charles Me Wayne, (leorgo
Fuller, Percy Doverill. Murmlon Ma
goon, U.ilou Magoon, Alllo Magoon,
Sam Mahelnna. Alfied Sinythe, John
Sopor and Mr. Wood.
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us plnK nlnl green
thoso iittendlng wero Major and Mrs.
K. J. Tlmberl.ike, Mr. olid Mrs. Oiorge
Sherman, Mr and Mrs. lll.-H-kmnu, Mr.
Judd, Miss Km lira Null, Mr. nielison
Nott and Mr. Wromi Tlmberlake.
Mrs. L'Hommedjeu's Luncheon.
Tuesday aflqrnoon Mis. I.'Homme
illeu enterlalned nt a luacheoii that
was given In honor of Miss Uimber
son of Portland, Ore, Tlio pietty
nrfalr was given nt tho Colonial Hotel.
A fancy basket filled with Duchess
roses and veiled with pink tullo
.formed a beautiful decoration, Tho
placo cards were heads of famous
French beauties In miniature effect,
encircled In n gilt framo garlanded
with roses. Among Mrs. Illomiuo
illeu's guests wero Miss IXmiberson,
Mrs. Harry Wilder. Mrs. Hobert
Iinn'd, Mrs. Gardner Wilder, Mrs.
Nelson Hakcr Landing, Miss Kdllh
Cowles, Miss Charlottn Hull and
Mrs. Charles Rice's Luncheon.
Tho Oallu Country Club will be tho
setting for n beautiful society fimc
Hon that will bo given next Tuesday
Dr. and Mrs. E. Waterhouse's Danclntj
Miss rarlon Scott's DrlU(e Parly.
Mrs. Clifton Carter's Drldg; Party.
Ml?3 Clare Kellcy's Luncheon.
The Mlcsri Hartwcll's Dinner.
Mrn, Thomas J. King's Garden Party.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilder' Tennis Tea,
Miss Alice Macfarlane's Launch Party
Mrs, Kocstcr's Luncheon.
Mr. ind Mrs. F. Wateihouse Cntcr.
Mm. Charles Rice's Luncheon.
Houss Party nt Ahulmanu.
Lieut, rnd Mrc. Guylrr's Dildjje.
Mlssts Low Entertain.
Miss' Bertha Lanz's Gnteitalns.
Colonel Parker's Luau.
Miss Thelma Murphy's Luncheon.
United Service Bridge.
Lieut. Durrel's Dinner.
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper's Dinner.
Mrs. L'Honimcdleu's Luncheon.
Mrs. Efcen Low's Bridge Party.
Mr. A. Lewis' Dinner,
Covers will bo arranged c tW0Ill-nrst of August at tho
tho hostess' stslor-ln-lnw, Mrs. Thoni-
ns V. King,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Guyler's Bridge
Lieutenant and Mrs. (Jujler, U. S.
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will art as hostess at tho .United
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nature of tho affair will bo a lnnch- United Service Bridge Club. "'TJ
eon that Is to ho chen in honor of -f. 'Neville, wifo or Major Neville;
Sen Ice llrldgo Club that
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper's Dinner.
Monday evening Dr. nnd Mrs.
N., will entertain nt six tables of Charles llryant Qooper will entertain
uuugo on uiesiiay or next wee, on t n dinner In honor of Senator liiid
mo ocensinu Mrs. Kilwnrd Holmes will Mrs. Kuiidseu of Kauiil.
bo tho guest of honor. Tho affair Is
by Mis. Charles Hlco of Kuunl. Tho1 to bo given nt tlio Hotel Colonial. (Continued on Page 14)
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