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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, AUG. 26, 1911.
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Mi 8. Watson's Luntiicsn.
Mrs. Kdward Wntwn entertained
lufoi innlly n haif dozen of licr friends
nt luncheon, Thursday nfternoon. Tint
color scheme was pink and green, Af
ter tlmn Mrs. Jack Uulcli, who In con
sidered ono or the finest lilnnlst In
Honolulu wns prevailed upon to play,
nnd cnlcrtalncd her hostess and other
Kin'ntB, with her lirllllr-nt playing
Aiiioiib those present were Mrs. Kil
ward Wn'Kiiii, Mrs. Jark Ilalch, Mrs
liyrmi K. Ilalrd nf llllci, Miss Helen
North, Mrs. W. Mooro nnd Mm. Wln
Mrs. McClure't Bridge Luncheon.
Mis. McCluro of the Fifth Cavalry
gno mi elahoinle bridge luncheon at
her home nl SohonVld Unrracks. The
guests weio Invited for eleven o'clock
on l'rld'iy of thin week. An Innova
tion was Introduced, the guests playing
brldgo before luncheon Instead of af
terwards. This is u custom In Manila,
tthoro n genuine tropical climate Ir
experienced, hut In tho semi-tropical
weather of llnwull this fashion
'has seldom linn In lulled in. At yes
tetday's entertain pretty nnd 'appro
priate pilzes were awarded and an
elahornto repast was served at half
Palo Piclntc In Manoa Valley.
It has been customary to havo ns a
grand flnalo to tho pnjo tournnment
an entertnlument In the form of an
elahornto polo hall, that has been glv-
rn by tho members of tho Oalm polo
club, In honor of the visiting teams,
Out of respect to the lato It. I'. Bald
win this elaborate function bat been
eliminated ami an Informal nlcntc
parly will bo gltcn Sunday In honor
or the Kauai team. The guests will
leave town about ten o'clock In the
morning nnd will motor to Colonel
Samuel Parker's placo In Mnnoa vnl
ley. Ilofurc luncheon a swim will be
taken In tho largo swimming pool,
later tho midday repast will' bo serv
ed In true picnic riiBh'oned, The
puily will bo comprised of forty
Dr. and Mrs. Hobdy's Dinner,
Dr. nnd Mrs. Hably will entcrlatn
Monday otonli'g at dinner nt the Ho
tel Colojilnl. Covers, will bn laid for
ten. , , ,
Mrs. John Walciron's Tea.
Mis. John Wnldrnn will entertain
Informally nt n I o'clock tea Wednes
day atternonn nt her home In Nuiianu
val'ey. Most of the guests bail their
invitations extended by telephone nnd
have been requested to bring their
nredlo work. A cozy nnd enjoyable
hnur of chit-chat U liclng anticipat
ed by the ones that have been bid
den to (ho nffnir.
Mr.. nnd Mrs. AVnller llllllngliniuN
Monday eenlng Mr. nnd Mrs. Wal
ter Francis Dillingham entertained nt
dinner In honor of the Honorable urn'
Mrs. Charles nice of Kauai. The
handsomely appointed table was dec
orated In pink roses and white bisque
nnd produced n stunning effect. Gold
candlesticks holding wlilt'e taper?
were artistically placed on tho table
After dinner tho guests adjourned to
the drnwingroom nnd played bridge
Thoso present were, besides the host
nnd hostess, the Honorable and trs.
Charles Itlce, Mr. ami Mrs. Henry
Outtnn, Mrs. Wortblngtnn Ames of
Han Francisco, Lieutenant nnd Mrs.
(iiiylor, U. S. N., Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerrlt
Wilder and I.Ioutennnt Quekcmojer of
tho Fifth Cnvnlry.
i.leiilenaiit nnd Mr. (lii)ler'n llrldge.
The Hotel Colonial was the setting
Tuesday evening for nn Impromptu
brldgo party that was given by Lieu
tenant nnd Mrs. Guylcr of tho U. S.
Nuvy, Knch one of the pluces nt the
eight tables were muiked with at
Dear to the Heaits of the Women.
BfMB jiiluMnnvmunoi. I
fBr39 fcw scspt Hopiuwa. .fM
Yellow nnd Muddy skin, giving a dolliately clear und rellm.il complexion
which every woman desire.
No. 10 For sule by Urueulsta and Fancy Goods Deatcrs.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York.
Sr f .V R(E " ssP5sT EBIk. f sF
tractive score cards. For the women
u long-stemmed rose was attached to
the card, nnd for the "sterner Rex" a
boutonnlere of roses und maidenhair.
These beautiful (lowers wero worn
during the evening. Miss Kntberlne
Stephens was ono of the highest brldg
ers nnd wax presented with n French
basket filled with natural roses. Mr.
lack Atkinson was nwnrded tho man's
prize, a thermos bottle, In n leather
case. During tho evening eluboruto
nnd delicious refreshment!) were
Under Viinionberg's Curd l'nrljr.
ni.rili.ii ttntilmliliniin nnlimtillllml 111.
d,; evening w.t.ruhd.nn;V;7d card
party at tho Hotel Courtlnud. The
color scheme, for the dinner was scar
let; each course of the elaborate din
ner was ornamented with a sugges
tion of this color. After dinner the
game of "Cnnfleld" was played four
ut each tuble, nnd there wero six
tables In all. Mrs. Johnson won the
llrst prize, u half n dozen "dress hang
ers" in a black lentber cose, and Mr.
Johnson won the man's prize, trous
ers hangers encased In brown leuth-
cr. At 11 ociock Mgui rciresnincnis
Miss Helen North nnd Miss ltodgers
nro spending the week-end nt the
Augustus Murpbys at tho Peninsula.
Mrs. Charles Rice's Luncheon.
Mrs. Thomas V. King was the
gurst of honor Tueslay nfternoon nt
ono of the most elaborate and beauti
ful society functions that has over
been given In Honolulu The nature
of the nffalr was n brldgo luncheon.
that was given by Mrs Charles Hlce
nt tho Country Club. Covers wcio
laid for twenty, six guests were seat
ed nt melt if tho two largo tables and
four nt tho two smnllor one. Tho ta
bles weio decorated profusely with
pink loses nnd maiden hair ferns.
Cut glass bowls and vases wero filled
wlth.thco Unworn. ItutterOy bow
knots of giccu tulle were artistical
ly nrranged on the floral, decorations
and produced an airy and pretty ef
fect, Tho color scheme was greou
nud pink, the plnca cards wero em
bossed with the hostess monogram In
mcen. Alter luncheon tables were
placo on the lanul of the picturesque
club bouse and brldgo was enjoyed.
Among Mrs. Charles Wee's guests
wero Mrs. Thomas' V. King. Mrs. R
. Knudscn. Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Miss
Kj Wntjrhaiiso, Sirs. G. P. Wilder,
Mrs. W. Whitney, Mis. Clifford Kim
ball, Mrs. J. Wnldron Mrs. W. K.
Dillingham, Mrs. A. W. T. Uo'ttom
!o Mrs. F. Wntcrhouse, Mra. Chas
Wilder, Miss Josephine Snper, Mrs.
W. Ilnlidy, Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Miss
II. Soor, Mrs. C. M. V. Forstcr. Mrs.
lluncborg and Miss Helen Kimball.
Colonel and Mrs. Manifleld'i Dinner.
Colonel nnd Mrs. Mansfield of tho
Second Infantry will entertain n co
terie of friends nt d'nner, Tuesdav
"rn'ni!. Tho piottv nffilr will ha
given at their quarters at Schnflelil
Mrs. Alfred Castle's Tea.
Miss Cordelia, Walker wjr thn motif
for n pretty nnd Informal tea tint wns
lcn Trlday nfternoon by Mrs. Al
fred Castle. Tho hours wero from 4 .
In C, and tho Invitations wero limited
tn twenty-four. Only Intimate friends
of the guest of honor were InUted.
Tho drawing room wns artistically
decorated with rorcs and asters. In
the dining room, where Miss I.ll Paty
poured the tea nrd Miss Dorothy
llaitwell served the Ice cream, old
'nshlnned (lowers made n quaint and
beautiful decoration. Tills beautiful
room Is finished nnd furnished in kon
wood. Tho Inrgo clrcuhr dining room !
f i oin which the refreshments wore
sorvod ,wns partially covered with n
center-piece of Cluney lace and dull'
.'ps to match. Snap dragons formed
tho floral center-piece. The side
board and buffet weio prettily decor-.
OR MAGICAL BEAUT1FIER
An Indispensable and Necessary
Article for Particular Women
who Desire to Telain a
Every woman owes It to hcraelf and
lovud ones to retain tho churm or youth
Jiuture bus bentowed upon Hicr. For over
lalt a century this nrtlcle hue been uicd
liy actresses, slugeis and women of
fashion. It renders the skin like the
softntus of velvet leuvlug It clear anil
peurly whlto and Is highly deelrubte when
prepuring lor uauy or evemns uttlro. As M
It Is a liquid und iion.Rieusy prepamtlon, m
It remutni unnot'tcil. When attending w
dances, bulla or other entertulnnientB. It
pievents u greoay uppeaiunco of the com
plexion caused by tho skin becoming
Oouraud'i Oriental Cream cures skin
dlseusox und icH(Vh Buiiburn. Hernoves
Tun. Pimples ltUtkliPuds, Moth Putthos.
llHuh. liiidcleH und Vutirur ltpdneKB.
nled with bright color pV.JX. Among tenant Phil Sheridan of tho Fifth was endowed with a high soprano
Mrs Alfred Castle's guests were Mr" Cnvnlry motored Into town Tl'itrs.l.iy. voice of wonderful range und nulli
ty a Schnefer. Mrs. J. Wul Iron, Mis.' '? Mr, and Mrs. Ilulnbrldge's wed
Thomas V King. Mrs. Clnrlos ltlco Mr. Itobcrt Shingle left for u Hying ding occurred about six weeks ago,
of Kauai Mrs Ernest Wnterbouse, trip on Wednesday on tho HltuM foi nnd tho California papers wore filled
' .... . . . 41 Ih .ll,.ll nf llin .. H1I1.HH HH.I t.l I -
Mrs. Donald Hosr. Mrs. Hnrrv Wl -
der, Miss Allco Mncfarlanc, Mls Gcr
nldlne Neumann, Mist Mini Ilergcr
Miss Dorothy Hartwcll XL's Ethel
Spalillng, Miss Josephine' Sopor, Miss
ijornlca Jlnrtwell. Miss Manilla Son
cr, jh,,., Agnes Wnlker, Mies Helen
Alexnnder. Mis Catherine Gordale.
Miss I. II Paty, Miss Ucrtlia Kopko
Blrthd.y Party ,t K.p-ot.nl Park
One of the prettiest and most de
lightful surprlso parties given In
many n day took place last Sjturd.iy
evening nt Mrs. Charles Hopkins, Jr.'s
littlo bungalow at Knplotunl Park, the
occasion being the birthday miniver
sary of J'. G. K. Hipk.ns.
A pol supper prepared by cxiierl
enced hands Ipd been gotten reudy
during thu iby and ht nightfall thir
ty young people quietly wended their
way to the place of rendezvous.
With tho tanal artistically decor
ated with palms, hanging baskets nnd
fernery, the lable a perfect picture
of loveliness, with a profusion of ex-
orns flowers scattered hither nnd
thither together with maiden hair nud
laden with nil the good things 'known
to Hawaiian rookery, coch chair
holding n large liuttntloii yellow mnmo
lei for each person to which wero at
tached horns for the men folks and
bells for the ladles, tho party nwnltcd
tho arrlvnl of Mr. Curios A. Long,
who during the day bad beon made
responsible In seeing that his all-nrtcrno-in-EUcsl
was brought out In
tlmo for tho supper.
At the strenuous tooting, nf nn ar
riving nutomob.le, ho pre-arranged
fclgnul with tho chauffeur, the lights
which previously had nil been turned
off, were turned on nmld the ringing
or bolls, Id ire or boms and sound of
music from a quintet club Btntioncd
nn the lannl. Tho birthday guest.
now a celobrant, was escorted to his
scat with hearty offerings of congra
filiations from nil present.
After the supper tho young p?op!e
whlled away tho tlmo dnnclng until
tho wee small hours, o.ich nnd nil
were iinnnlmous In pronouncing it a
most happy nnd prett celebration.
Auiotig those present nt this delight
ful nftnlr 'were Miss Abblo Lucas,
Miss Violet Lucas, Miss Ethel Whit
ing. MIsb Mnnu Whiting. Miss Kin
cnld, MIi,b Peck,, Miss Kemp. Mrs. J.
A. Doinlnls, Mrs. lllncs, Mrs. Lena
S. Holt. Mis. Dusli, Mrs. Hopkins,
Messrs llriine. Long Domlnls, LewlR
MeCorrlstoii, Mnhelooa, May, Smythe,
Aca, Jordan, Cook, Lucos, Nleper, P.
Woods, J. Carey and otherR.
(Continued on Page 14)
COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
l.leule'i'Hil QiKkmojor mil 1-ton-
California. in Han I r.incKco .ur.i.
smngio will Join nor nnsiuiiu, nn I
thov are nVnilm to lo'iini In liono-
lulu "it the twcntj.llf.li of nucl
Letters have been received from
the M. F. Prossers, stating that they
were hntlng n glorious lime In Van-
couter nnd Vlctorln, 11, C, and from
Inrl ,1lIw,. Il.ni- wnn .Intuitu,. In
start Iti a few days for Alaska.
A csblo was received lu Mr. nn I
Mrs. McChemey from their daughter
Miss Until, stating Hint she bad ar
rived safely in San Frantl'co, Cali
fornia. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ocorgo Ilecklcy, nee
Campbell, aro expected to arrive In
Honolulu tho first part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin Hop
burn aro Blnylng at the MeCindless
ylncc, near the Ntiuanu IMll. During
the pott week Mis. Wllcix, wlfo of
Llriifnint Wilcox, has. been lsttlng
(hem, but relumed to her apartments
nt the Hotel Courtlnnd Friday. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Sheedy ore their
house guests and nro enjoying the
Invigorating and coot climate.
IIov. nnd Mrs. W. D. Westerelt
gao nn enjoyiib'o motor party
around the tsland of Onhu jesterday
In honor of Mrs. Alice E. Weston
of Chicago, lltlnoln. Mrs. Weston Is
completing n tour or the world that
has lasted for four years end n half.
and will proceed on her Journey
homeward on tho Rteamer Persia to
morrow. Mrs. Weston U Inlciested
lu missionary work. Whllo vlsltlnj'
cities In the Fnr Hast iho gave n
course of lectures en the betterment
or women nnd children. Lost Sunday
this Illustrious philanthropist gave an
Inteiestlng talk to ,tho prisoners nt'" to bid them "good-bye" und extend
tho Oalm Jail that seemed to bo np
predated by her numerous listeners.
Mrs. Weston Is charmed with Hono
lulu nml Is planning tn return tn the
Islands, and Iwns must oulbuslastlc
over tho outing yesterday. The party
lunched at Haleiwa mil loturned to
town In tlmo 'for dinner. Among
thoso present were tjpi ltev. and Mr.
W. D. Weston clt, Mrit. Allco E. Wes
ton, Miss I.lda i Ferguson and the
Mr. and Mrs. Balnbrldgn of New
Yoik, who have been stopping nt the
Hotel Colonial, left Wednesday on the
Slerru. The latter wus a beuutirul
und accomplished California girl, pos-
Resslng n clusslcul typo of bciuty.
While ut tho Colonial tho guests werocentlve for tho affair.
In Ice Bills
Why (uss along with an
unsanitary galvanized or
painted refrigerator. Do
you realize how much you
endangering the health of your family
Don't you know that a poor refrigerator .will cost you
many times the price of n good, perfect refrigerator in
doctor bills ? You should not entertain the use of an old
style germ breeding ice box.
Get a Rood refrigerator, one that is absolutely
sanitary, easily cleaned; one that uses little ice, oue
that will keep food in a perfect state of preservation.
If you want the best get
The Leonard Cleanable
Porcelain lined Refrigerator
You will enjoy the use of a pcrfect,sanitary refrig
erator in which foods may be kept pure, wholesome
Our showing of Leonard Refrigerators is the
most complete liuc in the city. Let us show you a
good refrigerator. You want none but the best, and
the best is the Leonard Cleanable, priced up from $
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
delighted to beur her sing, for she
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bridge Is n cnpltullst of New-
Mrs. John 8trnyer McOrew and Mr.
Tnrn McGrew will leave on tho Ko-
rea September second. While In the
eastern part of the United Stutes they
will tlslt rrlends ut Newport. In Oct-
ubor tllUV Will Sllll Oil tllO "Kottor-
lUiun" en route tor l-runce. wuerc
i airs. Aicurew win wiiuvr in iun
with her son. Many friends have ex
pressed a desire to entertain this
charming society woman, who before
111 health visited her. wus ono or the
leaders or society but on account or
poor health hns, declined them all.
Mr. nnd Mrs. llobertson, who have
been living In the Morris Ilraccb
bouse, have taken upartments at the
Colonial hotel, where they will enjoy
n permuneiit roildencc. Mr. llobert
son Is n proinlncn. Insurance innn.
Mrs. Gross, and Miss OroRR were
delighted with the beauties ot Hono
lulu, nnd lire planning to return in
the wlntor ot 1312. They brought
their lurge Packurd touring enr with
them, nnd were enthusiastic over the
excellent roads ot the islunds. They
started for their home In Pasadena
on the Slerrn. During the past month
they bnvo been guests nt the Colonial
Mrs. Georgo Kimball, who has been
visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. John McCnnd
Icfs, returned l Haleiwa Wednes
Senator nnd Mrs. Eric Alfred Knud
sen, ufter u round of gaieties in Ho
nolulu, left Tuesday for their homo
on Kauai. Friends were at the steam-
tho wish thut they would decide to
make a speedy J return to Honolulu.
Whllo In town "they wero the guests
or Dr. nnd Mrs., James Judd.
'Mrs. llarnden.nnd Mrs. Kdwnrd J.
Holmes left for their homes in Cali
fornia Wednesday on Iho Sierra. They
have been the guests or Mr. nud Mrs.
Mrs, Dnnlel Hand, wire or Captain
Hand or Lellchnn. arrived In town
Kilday and will' spend tho week-end
with Major unit Mrs. Wooten or Fort
Do Hussy. The1 rommandnnt and his
chnrni'ng wlto nro giving nn Inrormal
partv th's afternoon to witness the
k1o match. Mrs. Hrnd bJlng the In
and self ?
MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
Operated on the American Pln only. Ejeh room hat outside expoiure. Ratas
atked are lest (Service, Cultlne and .Sjrroundlogi Ccnldred) than can be
found In at.y other hotel In America. Cgtwl may Le checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United Statet or Canada. Wire ahead for
reiervatlone, at our expente. For rate:, pamphlets and full particulars con
cerning Hotel Potter, addroeel OTTO QERTZ, P. 0. Bo , Honolulu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Tcnney Peck; Mrs.
A. Newton Uicke and MHstct1 Newton
Locke, utter mi enjoyublo, sojourn ut
tho bench, returned to h their town
home Friday. They have been great
ly missed In Boclul affairs this Bum
mer, nnd will be entertulned nnd giv
en a royal welcomo on iiioir reiurn
from the "Garden Isle." They leuve
for Knual Tuesday, where they will
be entertained by Senator nnd Mrs.
Krlc Alfred Knudscn ut their moun
Dr. Itamtis left this wtcck lor n fori-1
night's lslt with the Erie Knudsens.
Mrs. Clifford KlinbaP nnd two dill-
dreiil, ho have been iIim gie'Hti' of
the C. M. V. KorHlein. returned I"
theirs homo nt Halelws Thurxday of
Mr. and Mr. Henrv tVitloti, nfler
n dcHgbtful week's ,vH' wllh the
Harry Macfurlanes, rel dined t Ho
nolulu Friday and nre now ie,ldl!ig
nt the .Seaside Hotel, ,
Miss Klsa llrooko an,: her inolhrr
who recehed bo much .it' ir.tlon while
they weio In Honolulu last winter.
aro for the present stln .it ruiion
Springs, In Went Vli-g'nla. The
llronkes belong to a.i nrltocrillc
family lu Philadelphia and u i promi
nently connected with navy folk.
While In Santa Itai.nr.i tbM rprlng
they wero the mritlf fol in r.'V social
functions, while Ihslr g.ioat of their
cousin. Commodore Hull of Iho U. S
Nny. Lieutenant nnd Mir. Henry
Hull of the It. S. Army, ulin nro s.i
well known In H'nolu'u roo'ety cir
cles, nro nlso cousins of Mis. nnd
Miss Drooke. On Ihelr way Last
they visited the Harry Unit t at I'm I
Itlley. It Is -.leedlrss to itil" th.it
Miss Klsa Drooke wns .1 tolmilng
belle nt this ermv lKi.it.
Colonel Wilder of l.elieliua will
vpend the week-end In Honolulu nnd
will attend tho k1o picnic nl Colon")
Samuel Parker's place i k Mui.m Val
v Mn and Mrs. Ha-ry M.irfnrlano nro
spending tho week-end ut Iho Seaside
Hotel ns Iho guests of Mr nud Mrs.
henrv Dntton. They nintfired lnln
town from Haleiwa on Vildny
The William C.iuip'ieP-i, who have
been stopping nt the T. Cllvj Hades'
seaside residence nt Wnlklkl. havo
returned to their homo on Iho rntner
of Wilder nvciiuo nnd I'llkul street.
Atter an nbsenco nf fivo or six
years, Mrs. Kdlh llere :ii, re
turned to Ilono'ii'n and Is stopping
nt tho Alexander Young Il.ilol Mrs.
llergcr's many friends are dellgbteif
over her retirn and lin,,i extended
her a royal welcome. WedneMlay an 1
ThurBdny Mrs. lleiger vL'iled wllh
Vr. nd Mrs. Wallace I'ariliiBlmi at
Kohala, where the Karilngtoiu are
spendng Ilia sutuiner inenlJn
Miss Park an 1 Miss l i. win have
been visitors of Mis. Hattlo Castlu
Coleman at her resilience on -Pacific
Heights, will leave for th'i nr.ilnl.uul
on tho Korea. September 2.1. Miss
l'nik Is.Tlean of Ilryn Mawr College.
nnd Miss l.ord Is the tijachcr ot Kns(
Word has been recehed that Mrs ,
Orlcn, wlte or Captain Ornui or tho, '
Fifth Cavalry, Is enjoying the brnc
Ing Seattlo climate, whllo rbe Is lslt I
lug her father nnd bother. Ji'iVw nml I
Mrs. Hanford of that city, Mr-. Orion!
u'fiu tint rinlv iw tf thn tire'tlest ulrls
lu the Northwest country, but i,wC A Vpr Hnn (.Ai
of tho most popular, and h.'s been, Vs f I vl IIUi W VU
given a royai weifoiuo uy hit niiinur
Tho fortnightly Wednesday Ilrldgo
Club will ho entertained on tho sixth
of September by Mrs. Wilcox at Inc
Hotel Cflurtland, where Mrs. Wilcox
Is staying. ,
Call and see
Gas Company's Office
8ANTA BARBARA, Cl
llsli. literature. M!Vs Park an I Mus
Uird cimo to Honolulu vltM Profes-.
rn't nnd Mr( Meade's li'irty, w'iio
havo been visiting In Iliv:.H. Maul,
Kauai nml lldnotulit nni have been
enjoying Hid many atir,'cthiii ami
dlvcrsloi.B that tliese Is'ands nffurd.
The entire party will bjII on the
Koreu. Mis Cross will nceimpatiy
them, and I; plann'ng to mnko u two
months' ls!t In Chicago. III.
Mrs. T. Unln Wnlker ,v. 1 Miss
Uentrlce Walker are nt tin Volcano
House, enjojlng tho wonderlul sight
f Klleaua In oniptlim. r.i.- first
pait of next ueek Mrs. Walker nnd
h itniishtrr will Journey to Ki.liul.i,
where they will Visit Mrs. Weight
and Minn .M:,ild Weight.
Mis. J. II. K"i or an I Mtrs Illanciin
Soicr will eno on the flftl. or Sep
tember to visit Mis. Hniiren on
Knunl. Part or their lslt w.ll bo
In' (he innutitaliM nt Mr.. II,i:m(h'.
mountain home, whlc'i (s silu.itnil
near the Augustus Knuitioiis' j.tmp'.
Later Mrs. Soper nti 1 Miss r.l.mtho
will visit Itin, and Mill, Churl'M. Hlce
nt Lnhiin, Knunl.
Mik. llrown nn.l Miss l'nyne nic mi'
Jouriilng In' the ltev. Mr. Wndnnn'H
homo on Onhu menno and Mnlle wa
Mnnoa, whllo tho Wadmans aro
Among tho iirnmlnent Honolulu
tolk who will lento shortly for n pro
longed Kiiropeun trip nro Dr. and
Mrs. Julius Judd, who are planning
to sail on tho 13th of September on
the Wilhclmlnn. A short stay will bo
mtide In California, vlsltljig friends',
nud then they will Journey to Chicago,
by the Cuiiiiillun Puclllc railway. Fiom
thcro to New York city, where they
will trutel by the Mediterranean
route und will winter In Spniu nud
I Inly, nud from the lllvlera to Sicily.
The principal cities of Ccrmany, Aus
tria, SwiC'crlund, France ami the
North Netherlands wll be visited.
While tn Vienna, Purls nnd Uindnn
Dr. Judd will tuke u ost-gruduato
courVo In surgery. On their return
home Dr. und Mrs. Judd may coma
by tho wny of the Red Sea nnd the
Orient, thus making a tour of tho
YOUR "DEAREST FRIEND."
"Birds of a feather flock together,"
the proverb tells ua, and ro the world
Unthinkingly Judgca, which la one of
the many reason why a Ctrl should b
very sure ct the worthiness of an ac
quaintance bcforejhe rives her friend
Th average drl Is apt to clve her
self Impulsively, to credit tho damsel
she elects as her "dearest friend" pro
tern, with every virtus under the sun
until she discovers otherwise, and then
cuatom, habit, the difficulty of break-Ins-
the friendship, holds her In chains.
Nevertheless the effort should be
made when It Is found that the friend
Ship is unsatisfactory or harmful. A
foolishly frivolous girl friend, for In
stance, la no friend for the serious
maiden Intent on making her way or a
bad.tsmpered, strong willed damsel for
e sensitive little lasals. Such friend
ships aro positively harmful, and the
girl who finds continued association
with her s called "dearest friend"
takes her an paths she would rather
not tread or dulls her ambition of
makes her In any way leas happy
should sever the friendship Instantly.
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