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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, 8EPT. 2, 1911.
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, "" "--"'""'. " "" ...- w.,a nriiui.iiy uccoraic.i wmi niiiei- s9ln(. MrB, Duller wlfo of Llcuton-
'Mn. Becktey's Pel' Lunehecn. ' was green and gold, nnd tho tnble pre- c,m ij(uty and U France tos-s.l nnt n0,i,imn Hutlcr and her children
.r Madam Mnry C. necklcy gave her SCDled n beautiful nnd artistic ap- Tho hostess, her two guoats of honor lmvo ,kcn e,MUKe at "Numbir
. rcn and dunshtor-ln-law, a royal wnl- I'Wn'iw. nn,i Mrs. IJmll Watornian iccclvcd In four n the Adirondack, until .lie
conic Monday, when she ciitcrt.ilnol i-llxil.rth iitl luncheon . lraw"erooin between, the hours ntmn. They will lmo with them
nt a p-il luncheon In their honor. The ' MR8' r'M!!bcth Oavls the pretty of fo,,r nmI r1x' ,)nln,y Hni1 ,,ellcl("", for the greater part of the summer
guests nf honor had ictiirned from nnrt- attractive young 'dnughtor of iefresliracnts were sened nt sninll tlcr ,mrcnts , Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilnrrlsnn
their wedding tour, on the Mong ilia. Mnjor and Mrs. Aloxandcr Davis, U. ,a,llc9 ln tho dlnlngroom by a corps nowo Dodge, who will go there after
Queen l.ftluelj.ilrnl who nctcpU vciv 8. A., was n hostess this week nt nn f Oriental servnnts. Miss Mary Cat- tho wedding next Wedncsdiiy of their
, few Invitations was present at this Impromptu swimming andVlunchcon ran, Miss Helen Alexnnder, Miss Hcli-I (,ungcst dnughtcr, Molly, and Mr.
auspicious occasion, for she consld- party. Tho affair took plaeo Thtirs- "lo Catton nsslstcd In the entertain-) William Strong dishing. Tlio Con
ors herself nn old friend rf tho lios-'day. The young people "went swim- ment of the guests. Among thoso who' niany will bo performed In Peqitos
tcss, and young coliplo. This enter- ml"K In tho morning nnd returned to participated In this cnjoynble affair Chnpel, Now London, Conn. Mrs.
talnmcnt was by far tho most clah- lhe hostess' home In time for tiffin, were Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mrs. Fred- Dodge and her daughter will leave
orate of tho week, and tho decorv
tlons were beautiful.
Durliu the ro-
Im.l thn l.n..llll nr Ihn Onnon ,.. .,,1.
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IKHPil nlli! ovnrv nun Htrinil whlln
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drinking to the toast. Inter tho Hon.
Allan Herbert prnimsed tho tonst that
happiness nnd longcvltv would ho tho
lot of tho happy oung married con-
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were m,.n n,l tho nniiilnmnl
was delightful In every way. Abjut
fitly friends weie Imltcd. i
Charles GtevenV Entertains.
Mr. Charles Stevens, the son ofj
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1'aMlinsior mill MM. Slnvenn wnu liriKl '
nt.n enjoynblo pirty. that was glvou
at his home nt Walklkl. Friday oven-
Ing. Tho nffftlr was given i In honor
m .,ii. iviiiiuiu nu i iiiuiuv v.nni'i.
mail. During tho evening games wcroi
plnjcd. Miss Itutli Anderson won tho
Mist prize, a handsome brass vase
and the guest-) of honor were oich
presented with n guest prize. ThcBe
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pretty trophlCH wcro Ilawnllan feencs
Iramcd In the nnttirnl Island woo I ' '
At half after ten a delicious buffet
Biippcr wns sened, tho houso hnvliu
been decorated with potted pilmtntiil
Rstcrs. After rtippor tho young peo
plo sat In tho beach nnd played uku
leles and sang Hawaiian songs nnd t
delightful cNcnlflg was cxperlciic?d.
Among thoso piosent wcro tho Misses
Itutli Anderson, Helen Spalding,
Thclma Murphy, Itttth Super, Mar
garet Center, Elizabeth Davis, Mar-
thn McChesney and Messrs. William
and Henley Chapman, Francis Cnnp-i Tlio general tendency of society for
er, C. 8!ovoiib, Alan Ronton, Wrcnnitho lust week lias boon toward In-
Tlmbcrlakc nnd Alexander An Icrson. ! formal gotberlngs, rather than nmusc-
ments of n forniul character. Nearly
Mrs. Gcorgo Falrchllds,
Mongolia Monday. This young so-1 ncH. MrB. Qcrrlt Wilder entertained T"r'v. " " J;0"1" " pn Htrcet.
eleljr matron has been absent from tho informnlly Monday af.ernoof. In honor ' 'yt;oo,0yo1 1' " ''
Islands tor nearly a twclvo-montli. nf Mr. ri1Ilrieg nice of Kauai, at her """" ,ulc, y""B Rlrls being Invited
Most of tho tlmo has been spent In ML, nUntak na street Sprays of I? mccl MrB' I'"18 0re ot Nnw
(lermany. where ho youngest daugn- 'dL BlmweXrodTee'd n preUy York' 7ho '" s"endlnK "er hony
ter has been under ue care of I Boldcn shower I "''luced n pretty . moon n ,, ,Amon(; th(Jsa
noted specialist Tho many friends ot
Senator nnd Mrs. Fnlrchlld will be
glad to learn that tho "little ono" Is
enjoying excellent health. Tho Scn
ntor camo from his homo on Kauai,
Sunday, to meet his family.
The (irnrgc Hecklers nt Ilninr.
A plcttiro appears on tho society
pngo of Mra. flcorgo Uccklcy, nca
Campbell, whoso murrlngo took plaeo
last month In San Francisco. Mrs.
Dccklcy Is n handsome girl. She and
lint lillahiittil lint n linnn irllinn (jnunl
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Start Mondny Mrs Geo go '
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Ing her recent Kuropean trip. Many
of her gowns nre Paquln models, and
most of her trousseau was purchased
In Paris. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Deck
ley nro for thojirosent residing at tho
The Messrs Gait's Dancing P.arty.
Mr. .Inck Gait and Mr. Carter Oalt
.have Issued Invitations ror n dancing
, party that Is to bo given on tho elev
enth 'or September. Tho socloty
event Is to bo glvon In honor of their
roiisln. Miss Elizabeth Carter who
loaves .on tho 10th or Sop'cmbcr t"
resnmo her studios nt a rashlonablo
Pnrfor nnd Mrs. llnhdtN Dinner.
Gocrnor and Mrs. Wnltor Frear, "rM- "ronre Kwart's Ten. Mrs. Charles M. V. Forster' enter
Doctor and Mrs. McCormack, General, A number of socloty folk motored talncd at dinner, Sunday evening, In
mid Mrs. Montgomery Macomb and to Nuuanu Valley Thursday afternoon honor of tho Hon. and MrB. Charles
Admiral and Mrs. Walter Cawlcs woro to attend n tea that was given by Rico nf Kutmt.
t HAWAIIAN DOMESTIC UTILITY COMPANY, withlEvy&co..Mst.
I NEW PORTABLE OVEN SAVES ONE-HALF
CW f &C II IM aAHFR "e mos CC3nom'calc'':nes washer ever put on the market. Will not'ihjui-e the finest fabric. Does not require ohc-half
1 iL VY V rtLUUl 1 VYrlJl ILIi the marmal labor that other washers do to operate.
A Daily Demonstration of both devices is made every morning at ter o clock. The public is most cordia'j invited to attend these demonstrations.
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cnlcitnlncd nt dinner Tuesday evening
by Doctor nnd Mrs. William llobdy.
The enjoyable function was given nt
wrmo nn" Krcon wn8 l" color
Whlto nnd green wns
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iiuunK uiwnu nhbv..i ..u. ....n ,..-
nbeth Davis, Miss Matlu Jones, miss
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l;, ixiw, miss ivinrgarci joncs, iiuss s.
Cochrnn nnd Miss llolcn Jones.
Mlts Johmon'i Dinner.
Tuesday ovorlrg.' Ml Mary John-
it , ,ii.,nn.. i lmnn-
r Mr nn,, Mrs. fteorie llecklev. (
.. e'rni t.,r nini,i nnd
mi Z.n .1 tta
i win 113 given m l"p.
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Coters wlll bo
Although tho steamer- left early '
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liua iuuiiiiiik (imiifiuiw ,,,....o ... ,
M. John Strnycr McOrow. nnd Mr.
Jrn MeQrew. were at I he Korea to
ann(, .clock rote for their trip
1 to Paris.
Mr. John Palmer, tho owner nnd
manager or tho Hotel Courtlnnd has
i,ri, mvwnllc.i uiion to accent tho
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position as manager of the Unlvcr-
u ni,,i, Mr P.ilmnr la nn cxne-
rlcnceil caterer, and the Irantil of dl-
rectors arc Indeed fortunnto In so-
curing Biicb n cnjrahlo nnd enmpotont
,,, i tnke charge of tho club. I
titer the Teacups.
every entertainment on tho soclnl cal-
Za i... i.n ..innnml on slnu.lo !
ui-curnuuu iu w.o "" "
Mrs. Water Francis Dill Ingham and
Mrs. nichardlyers poured coffee ,and
ten In the dlnlngroom at a circular
table, handsomely decorated with pink
roses. Mrs..nardner Wilder served
punch at a tablo situated In tho
southwest corner of this room.
Among Mrs. Ocrrlt Wllder's gucBts
wcro Mrs. Charles nice, Mrs. Arthur
Manx, Mrs. Krnesi wiucrnouBo, miss
Gortrudo Harding, Mrs. Harry Wilder,
Mrs. Klllcott, Mrs. nichard Iers, Mrs.
Francis Mills Swnnzy, Mrs. Paul Iscn-
Francis Mills Swnnzy, Mrs. rant iscn-
bcrR' Mr8' Mrs' C1,nrIc8
Wilder. Mrs. Charles M. V. Korstor.
Mrs. Thomas Victor King, Miss Helen
Kimball, Mrs. Gitylor, Miss Iloberts,
Mrs. Walter FranclB Dillingham. Mrs.
Kdward J. Tlmbcrlako, Mrs. James
W'ililnp Mra flnnrv llllttnn. Mrs.
Worthlngton Ames, Mrs. Mnry Wlddl-
Held, Mrs. Ualrd of llllo, Mrs. Wilbur,
Mrs. Oaidncr Wlldor, Mrs. William
Whitney and others.
Mrs. .ugohtus Murphr's Tea.
Mrs. Augustus Murphy will enter-
tain Thursday afternoon nt nn In-
formal tea In honor of Mrs. Lindsay
Itogcrs or Fresno, Cnl. All or tho
Invitations hao not boon Issued.
About twenty friends will bo asked
to meot tho guest of honor.
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Mrs. ueorge It. Kwnrt In honor of her
sister nnd nlccc, Mrs. and Miss Cniiko
of Knglnnd. The Interior of the home
W,CK Klt,uil"n. Alan liouomicy,
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",r8- """n naisxeao, mts. uicKiano,
nlrH, lvl,nrics winicT, Mrs. jonn Ail-
cllg jir Oullck. Mrs Hnnehcrc Mrs
tun n". wum.n, w. 11111111)11),, iir
Philip rc-K. Mrs. Henry Cooper, Mrs.
Dn Itol, Mrs. F. A. Schnefer, Mrs. 12.
W. Jordan, Mrs. Lpcb, .Mrs. B. I),
"""'""'"?. "",. W, , I
8"lcr' '" Cnttnn, Miss Cordelia
Wn IfmhAllnA ta.rt IIIabh Vhm ltllllMh.
Wn,.kcr' A'.1"8 A,nrKrct ."""?'. M8S
J"flnn, Miss Mary Catton, Miss Agglo
Mclntyrc, Miss Helen Alexander, Miss,
Knthcrlno Mclntvre, the Misses Wnrd
(two), Miss Stella Peek; Miss Agnes '
XVuIIm. Ml.. tl ,..,, ., ,. '
(two), Miss Stella Peek! Miss Agnes
Walker. Miss Iionnlo mimn nnd ml,.
,kcr' Mlss ,lcnn,c Cnt,on nJ ot"
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,,,, j , WnldrunN Ten.
M nestarlck. Mrs
Km" Wnternian, Mrs. Chnrlcs Weight,'
mrn. r. a. acnneier. Mrs. iioss. Miss
Cordelia Walker, Miss Itoblnsnn, Miss
Dorothy Hnrtwell, Miss Ida Kopkc, '
Miss Josephine Sopor, Miss Qeraldlno
Ncumnnn, Miss Illnnche Soncr. Miss
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Helen Achilles, Miss Horthn Kopkc, '
Miss Agnes Wnlker and Miss Helen
Aloxandcr enjoyed tho hospitality of
'" JOIn wnldron. The Wnldrons',It Is situated In Fresno county, nnd
now nomo is considered ono of tho
most artistic In Nuuanti Valley. Tho
ten inoie, ai which tno Hostess served
tea, was placed on tho largo veranda.
The Innnl, filled with potted palms Mr. Henry F. Wlclunnn or the firm
and hanging baskets of maidenhair,"' " F- Wlchmnn i Co. Is expected
fern, mndo nn ldcnl environment for to sfrrlvo on tho next Wllhclmlnn. He
the Informal gathering. Several of nntl hls fnmlly linvo been spending
tho guostB who wero Industriously In- tl10 summor In tho Kast. Mrs. Wlcli
ellned brought their fancy work, nnd man and lwo children will not roturn
n plcnsant nrternoon was spent. Miss to tl,la c"y nnt" tho flr8t of lne r,'1,r
Cordelia Walker was the motif ror tho Tho "rBt nf 8cptombcr they moved
Mh Helen North's Ten
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J0"" enTtulncd nt n fancy work
Thursday afternoon Miss
present wcro Miss. Helen North, Mrs.
Ij01H 0r Alice Cooper MIss
Katherlno Stephens, Miss Florence
orrmnn M,88 y ,,, Co ,
.,,, McStockcrf , ,'
nd Miss Lvdla McStockcr.
jirs. McSlorfcer's Thimble Pnrly.
Mrs. McStocker ontertnlncd Inror-
mally n n thlmblo pnrtv and four
o'clock tea, that was given In honor
0r Mrs. Klllcott of thn United Stntes
NnVj-, ar,d Mrs. Itoss Kingsbury of
t,0 if, a. Marino Corps. A dozen
t,0 it a Marino Corns
friends wero len to tho Impromptu
Mr, u. it. ',ir,iol.v Tea.
Mrs. K. I). Pardee will entertain nt
her homo nt Fort Slmfter Tuesday
.rinrnnnn TI,a nnn,..ln(nAH. ...11, t.
given In honor or her daughter. Mrs.
Wilson nf Portland, Oro., who has
been visiting her brother. Lieutenant
Pnrdeo of tho Twontloth Infantry,
nnd lir mother. Following Is the
form or Invitation that bus boon re-
To meot Mrs. Wilson
Mrs. K. H. Pardee
Tuesday, September tho fifth,
at live o clock.
A profusion of palo pink hcgonlao
i ornamented the table when Mr. and
TIME AND LABOR SAVING UTILITIES
TWO NEW INVENTIONS -
Try the New Redio
PERSONAL MENTION OF
Mnjor and Mrs. Hclhcrg arc no well
known In Honolulu thnt tho follow
ing clipping from tho Washington
Herald Is suro lo 1d of luttrc.it to
ll.l. ......... f.lnHllul li.l..H .....I Had
UIUII iiiiiiit iiii-uwo. miijiu mill .tun,
j;vn ft, I Jclbcrfi nnd children hno
nrrXcl t,H countrv from the I'lill-
, )no ulnnfo. nn, iht.yi w,tll ,hpr
this morning for Now London, and
Wlll bo Joined Ihero on .Monday ly
Mr. Dodge, Mrs. llcllierg nnd Mrs
Duller. Lieutenant and Mrs. Hugh
McLncn Wnlker, another brnther-ln-
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Inw nnd aster of the bride, now sin-
i ii - nM.n m ..i ' ,i."
41UIIVU It" woi.i, n,,, tunu (,u lllliiv
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"- '-'nd".v ' ""R"8 '.d Miss
Helen Itogtrs nro moat enthusiastic j
ocr their visit in tho Islands, enjoy-
Ing tho HWlmmlng, surfboardlng and
canoeing at Walklkl. They are guests i
it.- a IJ. f,nAl rt.. I.. .. .I.l-1
canoeing at Walklkl. They are guests since ho was ordered to the Mexican
f ih Bo.lHo llniol. nln- in.Ur'lmnler. Ills wlfo has been vlsltlrr
of tho Seaside Hotel. Owing to their
proximity to the beach, they nro en
ablcd to Indulgo In these aquatic
sports. Miss Itogcrs Is denoted to
out-of-door nmuecments. She Is nn
experienced equcstllan, nnd ono of
nor enter nnslimcs wnen at linino in
California Is motoring. Mrs. Hogers I
regrets that thev did not bring their
Plcrcc-Arrow'toiirlng car with them,
but thev hnd no 'Idea of the excellent
roads surrounding Honolulu, Mr,
I.lndsnv Itncrrs owns the larcest
vlneynrd, "Ijis Pnni," In California. I
comprises over Mm acres. Mrs. aim
Miss Itogcrs will rcmnln In Honolulu
until tlio Mtn of peptemucr.
Into a beautiful apartment nn Itlvcr
sldo drive, In New. York city. Thn
Denjninln Ixdge Marx have rented
tho WIchmnnB"' Honolulu' residence,
on tho corner of Klnnu nnd Victoria
streets, and will occupy it until tho
first of the year. It Is duo to thls'tinent. will arrive In Honolulu the
fact that tho cntlrp family nro not
returning on tho Wllholmlnn. Mr.
Wlchmnn, on account ot business, has
been obliged to curtail his visit.
'Tho Honornblo and Mrs. Charles
Itlco nfter a round of gaieties In Ho
nolulu, left Tuesday ror their homo
en Kauai. Tho day eflcr at riving nt
their homo they and their two daugh
ters started for "Hlilemanu". tho
mountain retreat ot the Krlc Knud
fens. They -will May a fortnight with
tho Senator and his attractive young
wiro. The U Tcnnoy Pecks, Doctor
tho William Lovcb and Mrs.
Nowtnn I.ockc. nro also house
guests or tho Knudsens. The entire
parly Is enjoying tho bracing and In
vigorating cllmnto, for this mouutnlii
home Is r.ltuatcd four thousand miles
above tho sen level and at tho tem
perature droits so low, that thcro Ir
frost of course this cllmato Is n
' n?vcl,y' f0.r """"". llvlnB J" J'10 ,r"
plcs, mid Is a welcome change.
Tho hospitable homo of Mrs. Web
er was tho scene of a delightful after
noon ten last Wednesday at 3 o'clock..
Exquisite floral decorations, most
artistically nrranged, met tho eye
from ctory direction. The tablo dec
orations consisted ot daisies, the cor
ner ot tho room being nn artistic pos
ing place ror a large bank of Mexi
can Crcopcr, whllo tho parlor' looked
lovely In a very tastily arranged dec
oration of red roses. Mrs. Wobcr was
nsslstcd In receiving by her daughter
Miss Lulu, who ncqulttcd 'horself of
this duty in her usual charming man-
IN FUEL Can te used over Gas or blue Flame. TKe entire meal can be cooked, over one flame.
Cloth for Cleaning Brass, Silver,
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nnr. Those prosent were Mrs. It. Wll- .
cox, Miss Margaret Waterhotisc, Mrs, (
l'urls) Mlns I'nrtls, Mrs. Uroadbent,
Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Ham Wilcox, Miss
Wilcox, Miss Johnson, Mrs. Lydgatc,
Miss Faast, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. W. II. '
lllcc, Jr., Mrs. A. nice, Mrs. Itohrlg, ,
Miss Kutli l.lndlcy, Miss Lulu Wobcr, i
Mrs. Weber. Garden Island.
Mrs, Augustus, Knudxcn, who has ,
been thn guest of Judge and Mrs. .
Philip Frear nt their country plnro
on the other shlo of tho Inland, dc- j
parted lust week for tho mainland,
Mrs. Knudscn has not been cno)lng
good health, and n cooler cllmnto has
.Mr. ann Airs, rrancis m uainnn .
nre enjoying their outing nn the other '
Dr. and Mrs. Anderson, Miss Itutli
Anderson nnd Mr. AlexnndT Ander
son return to their home Mnndnv on
the Mongolia nftcr nn enjoyable and
iHnvutn ..,!.. . l.n .....lt.l,.M.i
Interesting outing on tlio maliilanil,
nnd nre- lielntf welcme.l l.v tl.nlr
Captain Altldn Trotter, IJ. H. A of
tho Coast Artillery, who was stationed
at Fort Hancock, has encountered n
number of Interesting experiences
since he was ordered to the Mexican
1.nr.l III. wlfn lino l.n.in vlalfln
border. Ills wlfo hns been vlsltlrr
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IIUI 1.IBIUI, lns, Aiiiv; uiiiiiiun u.
San Francisco.. Mrs. Alden Trotter 1
was 'May Swcltrcr, formerly of Hono- I
Mrs. Cunningham, wlfo of Lleutcn-
nnt Cunningham of the Fifth Cnwilry,
has been visiting Captain and Mrs.
Putnam during the' past week.
Captain nnd Mrs. C. Sidney Halght
of tho Fifth Cnvnlry spent Sunday
t Hnlclwn, enjoying tho golllng and
The numerous friends of tho officers
of tho U. 8. Thetis will beg lad to
learn that lhe rumor that the revenue
cutter bad been ordered t,q spend tho
winter In Alaska Is an erroneous one.
The trig llttlo cs8ol nrrlvcd In Hent
tlo the first of Scptcmbor, and Is ex
pected to rench Honolulu tho first
week In October.
Miss Agnes Aloxnndor Is enjoying
her outing nt tho Augustus Knitdscns'
camp on Knual,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick .lewctt . absenco will bo felt by her largo clr
Lowrey, who have been enjoying nn cle of friends. Mrs. Frank D.av Is a
extended trip on tho Kuropean eon-
Inst week In October. They lmvo
been 'raveling In the northern part
of ICurnpc, visiting the "Land or the
Midnight Sun," rrom Norway to St.
Petersburg, through Germany and
France, nnd will sail from Southamp
ton, Kngland. and will arrive In Now
Y,nrk city September 23d. Their
joungest son, Mr. Alnn Iiwroy, who
lias been traveling with them, will re
turn to pursuo his studies nt Yale.
Tho Hon. nnd Mrs. William lllcli-
ard Castlo haxo received a cnblo slat
ing thnt their daughter. Miss lleatrlco
CnBtle, has arrhed safely nt tho homo
of tho W. 11. Cnstlos Jr., nt Mnrblc-I
head, Mass., and that sho had n pleas-
ant overland Journey.
Mrs. 3". Italn Walker and Miss
Deatrlce Walker returned from Ha
waii this morning nnd nro sojourn
ing nt tho T. Cllvo Dnvles' houso at
Walklkl, where (hoy wlll remain until
tho Inst of October, when they will
sail for their homo In Kngland.
Miss Ada Lyectt. Miss May Weir (
and Miss Clara Ourney have been vls-(
Itlng nn Maul, where they lmvo spent
n delightful vacation. Tiiey returned
recently to Honolulu.
Miss Mary Phlnnev, who has been I
the guest ot tho Francis Gnvs, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Klsftin nnd the Rob
ert Dnnds ror ,lle Imflt threo months,
sailed on the Korea this morning tor,
Snn Francisco. A row days will bo I
spent In that city, and then Miss
Phlnncy wlll go by rail to her homo
In Southern California.
Everybody Admires a
NwJF mliniiiiMfOmaa, 1
Diseases and relieves Sunburn. rtemoe Tan. l'lmple, HlackheiiiK. Moth
Patrhes, Rah. Freckles and Vulcar Reilnens. Yellow and Muddy Skin, giving
a delicately clear nnd refined complexion tvhleh every woman desires.
no. ji ror saio Dy uruffffisis
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37
Mrs. J, II. Sotter nnd Miss ninnchc
Koper wlll not sail on tho Klnau
i iiesuiiy lor iMuuii, lis i miy nan
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Tuesday for Kauai, as they bad
I'lannc.i. owing 10 sirs, aopcr 111-
ness, but they bac postponed their
I trip until a week Inter.
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l,ome. "e past rl
I ornm nl ,' i"".,,1
''""''"'I ' "nutli
I TlVCll 111 llOnOItllU
Mrs. James Lyectt, who has been
Ight weeks In Call-
prlngs. Is greatly
n'm '" ",n,',n; r 'JT. u ,V
rlwl " Honolulu today on the Ho-
benefited In health. Mr. Lvcovt ar-
Mr. Frank Winter, who hns been
qulto 111 nt the ennltorlum on Kc-
I wnlo, Is now convalescing nt his homo
on i.uiinnio street.
Kathcrlne Mcntyro rctitrned to their
homo In Nuuanu Valley, artcr an on-'
joyablo week's sojourn at Hatelwa. I
Mrs, Alexander Campbell, tho Frank
llalnk'aila, Madam Halstc.id and Mrs.
Urklnnd were nt "Tho Houso Menu
tlful," which helped to promote thn
plcasuro of tho Misses Mclntyro's
visit, and they nro most enthusiastic
over their outing, and declaro llalclwa
an Ideal spot for one to spend a sum
mer vacation. i
Mrs. Frnnk II. Day and .Miss Mar
Jorle Oilman left Friday on tho Korea
for San Francisco. They will go di
rect to New York, and rrom thcro sail
tor Kuropo, where they remain for six
months or n year. Miss Mnrjorlo Gil
man Is a member of the younger so-
cicty set, nnil Is a great favorite; her
knmaanlna, having resided in Hono
lulu ror ninny years, when her hus
band, tho Into Dr. F. II. Day, was ono
of the lending practitioners. Mrs. "Day
Is endowed with literary ability; ,hcr
legends of Hawaii ncl nre particu
Senator Alfred Krlc Knudscn or
Knual and Mr. Frederick Wntcrhouso
nre planning u trip to tho Malay
peninsula. They will leno In Octo
ber, tb be gono three months, and
mny return to Honolulu via Australia.
Both men nre Interested In tho growth
or rubber and In the plantations situ
nted on the peninsula. They will
mako their headquarters nt Slnga-
poro. Mrs. Waterhouso and Mrs.
Knudscn lmvo decided not to tako
the long .trip.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. (loetz, who re
turned nn the last Sierra from nn ex
tended Kasleru trip, nnd visiting rela
tives in Nevada, Dakota nnd Wyom
ing, have beon occupying tho von
Dnmm residence, tor thrlr homo In
Mnnon Vulley had been leased by tha
Hcrt Pctrles until the first ot Sep-
,mn)0r. T1Py mnve,l t their own
llomo yCH(oruay, w,cli Is situated on
Lieutenant QueKinejrr and Captain
Forsjtbo spend Sunday In town.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L-wls Jr. have
been enjoying tho bracing climate of
Mr. William Montrose Graham has
been nn a business trip to the other
Islands, nnd returned today by the
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DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indispensable and Delightful
for Fashionable Women.
A daltv nprnnlty for the laitlm' toilet
wliftli'r nt liomn nr hllf tnivfllnc. It
prntpcts the kln fioin Injurious efteris
nf the IrmrnlK. elves a wondrrfully ef
fecthe bonuty to th romploxlon. It Is .1
trf:t non.Rrpany TnllM Cruim nnil pns
ltlvcly wlll nnt rnimp nr rnrniirune tho
growth of hnlr wlilch nil Imllrs nhnuld
Kiiard nnain! when selecting n tnllet pre
psrntlon. Whn dani InK, liwllng or nth
er exertlonn heat tho kln, It prevnt a
grcny nppen ranee.
Oauriud't Orlntll Cream nns been
Mahly reeommnild by tlileinn. net
rexnes. slnnera and women ot fashion for
oer half a century and cannot be ur-
ringed nhen preparing for dally, or even
ngsttlre. j , e..
uouraua uncmii vrearr. vurcn .;""
anil rancy uoom i,eniera,
Great Jones Street, New York.
Miss draco Itobertson Is lulling
nn old school friend of hers, n Miss
Church of Berkeley, Cnl ' Tho two
mircii 01 iicrKciuy, v.ai tuu inn
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gins niicnueil Mills louege, wnero
they formed n warm friendship. Tlio
i Churches hac recently built a beau-
! tlful new home, which Is tho center
of much social activity Miss Church
Is a gifted musician, nnd lately has
devoted her tlmo to lompoklng, . Mrs.
Ceorgo II. lloheriMin and ouugcsl
I. .Xr v Isa KM, , " . on
dioghtcr, Miss blbl. will le.ie on
lhe steamer Wllhelmlnn In October
for San Francisco, where Miss Grneo
wlll Join them. They may decide to
spend tho holiday Season 'In Cali
fornia. Lieutenant Harold Parsons of tho
ff 13 If itklnn lwm linn tutetta
rationed at Can.,', Very. Honolulu,
was recently ordered to the ninlii
Innd nnd sailed on the last transport.
As yet Lieutenant Pursons has not
been assigned to any station, and liny
be given sen duty.
Mrs. Wilson, the daughter of Mrs.
Pardee nnd a sister or Lieutenant
I'anlro ot tho Twentieth Infantry, Is
1sltlng her relntlxes at Fort Shatter
and 'will remain In Honolulu until
the first week of October. Mrs. Wil
son Is n prominent society woman
of Portland, Ore., nnd is charmed with
the beauties ot the islands.
Mr. Harry Lucas, the only nn of
Mr. and Mrs. .Inck Lucas, has Ixeii
siicndlng tho major portion of his
Hllmmcr vacation with Mr. and Mrs,
Gnrman and Mr. and Mrs, Harrison,
lelatlves of his, who are prominent
folk ot Davenport, Iowa. Oii his re
turn Kast, Mr. Lucas spent n wcrk
At the Ilclmont Hotel, In New York,
us tho guest or Mr. I.Io.mI Conkllrg.
Shortly he will return to Cambridge,
j t mtcr Into his sophomore year at
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Culman nro build
ing a beautiful new bungalow on the
( corner or Alcxuniler and Illnghaui
i sttcets. They expect to occupy their
. tinti' ltrintu 1 in fits-a I fin f"Mi rtul mil u lirtl l
Mrs. K. I). Baldwin, niter a dc-'
llghtrul seven weeks' visit with rein
tlcs on Maul, returned to her home,
' HC'2 I'unnhmi street, on tho Lurllnn
I Saturday. On Maul she visited her
father and mother, the Hoy. "nil Mm.
Dwlght Baldwin, Mr. and Mrt.. Dun
can Murdock, the William Baldwins
nt Haiku and Mr. nnd Mrs. Lindsay.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Augustus Murphy and
Miss Thelma Murphy returned Thurs;
day or this week to town, after a'u
enjoyable month's hojourn 'it tho W,
W. Halls' placn at tho peninsula.
During the month nf August thoy en
tertained a number of friends in a
delightful and informal mnnnor.
Thelr-mnny friends nro delighted over
their return to town.
Miss Allen Cooper loaves today tor
Kawulnla, where she will rpeiid h
week as tho guest or Miss Florcnco
Mrs. Spear or San Francisco Is
plannlng'to visit her son nnd daugh
ter. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Douglfcrty,
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