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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATUHDAY, 8EP.T. 16, 1911.
GOOD HOSTS TODAY,"
Myrtle and Healani Headquarters Scenes of Hospitality
Many Informal Parties Celebrate the Holiday.
ITU both the Myrtle un.I
Healani lloat Clubs keeping
open house ninl dispensing
unbounded hospitality today,
tliH atuiuul Hogatta Day la
hiking on more and more
come of the hocIuI functions that
mark boating elsewhere In the world
Of course, Honolulu bus not yet
reached the stage of elaborate enter
tainment that marks the annual con
tests between Oxford and Cambridge,
or the aftermath of the Poughkeepsle
regatta, or the delightful social do
ings iiat follow the Yulc-Hanurd
crew rates, but this side Is develop
Ing and Is greatly appreciated
Not only scores but hundreds of
friends will be the gutsts of tin-
Myrtles and Healanls today, and the
I'uunenes, though not loially hoilsed,
hae Issued much appreciated Invi
tations to their friends.
Many parties have been made up,
and though none of the social func
. tions of Itegattu Day are elaborate,
; they are such us to lend an added
-zest to perhaps the premier holiday
that this cll enjoys
Major and Mrs. Neville's Dinner.
Colonel Dickens of the United
States Marine Corps, was the guest
of honor ut an cnjohhlo dinner that
was given Wednesday evening by Ma-I
Jor nnd Mrs. Neville nt their homo
on Green street. After dinner tho
party motored to the Moana Hotel
and participated In tho hop that was
given on that evening at the hotel.
'In honor of the servlco folk Oil' the
transport. Among Major and Mrs. mallhlnls and the novelty of the af
Nevlllo'a, guests were Mrs. Ullloott, fair appealed to the guests, l'lc.
Mrs: Turner and Miss Ruth Haskell coninpspd of variegated pnnsles, In
of New York, Miss Katherine Ste- terwoven with malden-tinir fern, were
pphens. Colonel Dickens, Admiral Wal-
ter Cowles, Ueut. Johnson and Lieut,
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper's Dinner.
Monday evening. Dr. and Mrs.
p, Charles liryant Cooper were host and
; r ,,c wth;rVar;.n
'In honor of Mr. ami Mrs. llerold of
San Francisco. Mr. llerold is a kn
maalna, having been a prominent
-business man In Honolulu. l)r the
past nine years ho has been asso
ciated In business with Spreckeh
Brothers of San Francisco.
Motor Party Around Island. '
' Mr. II. II. Hart entertained with a
motor party around tho Island of
Oahu, and n house party nt Hnlolwn,
I Pnmlnv 'and Monday. The lollv af
fair was given In honor of Mr. Chas,
Keeler, tho lyric poet. The party
.started from the Alexander Young Ho
tel at nine 4 o'clock Sunday inoriiln;
Sand arrived at lfaleiwa In time for
luncheon. An elaborate dinner was
If given at that popular carrlvunsary,
In the evening. American Deauty
. roses being used in great profusion
'. on the dinner table, and a Hawaiian
(..quintet club played during dinner,
?,The party was comprised of ten ant
returned , to town Monday., afternoon,
i Among' those: present wero"Mr."'H.ML
Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Splnks and oth-
. ers. v -w
MrfMarlx't Luncheon. '
Mrs. Wilson was the motif for an
enjoyable "bridge luncheon" that wns
given yesterday ufternoon nt the home
of Captain Marlx ,011 Kluuu street.
Mrs. Mnrlx mado 'a charming hoi
tess and tho entertainment was per
fect in each detail. Qreen and yellow
was used us a color scheme, tlie
floral decorations and pluco card i
were in yellow, while an abundance
of malnden hair ferns, made a pretty
setting for the (towers. After lunch
eon, tho guests adjoin ned to the la
nnl and played bridge. Among thoso
present were; Mrs. Arthur Marlx,
Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Neville, Mrs. Pm
dee, Mrs. Dltson of Iloslon, Muss,
Mrs. Harry Wilder, Mrs. IMwuid
Watson, Mrs. Daniel Wlljdlii. Hand,
Miss Katherine Stephens, Mis. Prank
IMwurds, Mrs, Turner ami Miss Vio
may lu gained nml tklu
trouble!) overcome nnd
prevailed, y the use of
Sulphur Soap J
fyiliV tint w . Hi
Mrs. W. W. North Entertains.
Mrs. V. W. North entertained In
formally at tea, Wednesday after
noon, In honor of Mrs. William Lu
cas, who leaves shortly for tho coast.
The hostess and guest of honor have
been next door neighbors for a num
ber of years. Wednesday's enter
tainment was extremely enjoyable
the guests were either neighbors or
Intimate friends of Mrs. I.ucas. When
tho Invitations were Issued by tele
phone, the guests wero naked to bring
their sewing consequently an Indus
trious, as well as a pleas int nfter
noon was spent At o'clock delicious
refreshments were served,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham".! Din.
A profusion of golden shower adorn
ed the dinner table, Monday, evening,
when Mr. and Mrs Ilcnjamln P. Dll
lluglinm entertained In honor of Pro
fessor Kecler the Illustrious l rlc poet.
Covers were arranged for eight. After
the elaborate dinner the host, lioS'
less and their guests attended the
"Kceler recital" at the Alexander
Young Hotel. Among Mr. and Mrs.
Dillingham's guests were Professor
Keeler Professor and Mrs. ailmore.!ttas decorated in uutiimn vines, vurle-
Mrs. Hyde-Smith and ProfesKir and
.Mr. Hurt's Pol Supper,
Mr. Hurt was host Wednesday
evening nt a pol supper. The table
wus ladened with Hawaiian delicacies.
With the exception of two of the
guests, the party was composed of
worn at the feast, and during the
veiling, a Hawaiian quintet cluli
furnished the music, singing the old
time llunnlinn melodies, thus produc
ing nddltioii-il charm for the occasion.
After the supper the host and the
following guebts motored to the Mo
m " .."
transport hop thut was glwn on that
etenlug: Mr. nnd Mrs Sprlnks, Miss
Dawson, Miss Grace Robertson, Miss
Dalsom, Miss Hutchinson, Miss Flor
ence Guney nnd Mr. Haines
.Mrs. Krnest Iluss' Dinner.
Light cowrs were urriu.ged for tho
dinner at which Mrs. KincH Itoss pie-
smed Tieb.lay evening. The motty
affair was given ut the hostess' hi me
In Munoi valley. Directly after din
ner, the party attended 'tlie Sousa
concert a', the DIJou theater.
-Mrs. Kilgnr Mood's Liiuiliuin.
One of the most enjoyable luncu
eons of the season was tho occasion
on which Mrs. Kdgar Wood enter
tained In honor of her house guest,
Mrs. Nettle Churchill of Waluluu Wed
nesday afternoon. Cotcrs wero ar
ranged for six, and the circular table
was artistically decorated with white
asters and maidenhair lern. Thosj
present were Mrs. Kdgar Wood, Mrs
IJowIand, MrB. Nettle Chuichlll, Mrs
Pllmore,' Mrs. Charles Ilnldwln and
1 ue engagement lias been an
nounced of Miss June Hlrd to Mr,
Norman Glfford Campion, and tho
young people nre receiving the best
wishes and congratulations from their
largo circle of Mends. Although
Miss lllrd has been residing In the
Islands only since Junuary, she bus
made many friends In Honolulu, hav
ing won every ono by her cordial and
winsome manner. The prospective
bildn Is the daughter of Mr. und Mrs.
Clark A. Hlrd of Attuwu, Kan, und
bolongs to an aristocratic and promi
nent family. Mr. Campion has lived
In the Islands for tome time, nnd Is
11 great favorite. He holds u respon
sible position ut liwu plantation, be
ing the chief engineer Tho iip-
proiirhlug wedding will bo n quiet
one, und will 'take place Homo time
In October or tho 111 Ht week in No
vember. Mrs Elllrntl'x Snlinniliig l'ilrtj.
Mis. i:ill(ott has Issued Invitations
for a swimming party that Is to be
given Tuesday afternoon ut the Von
Holt plain, where the pronpeellsn
hostess und her sou and daughter,
Lieutenant mid .Mis, lions Kingsbury,
ill 11 slaying Tim guesis hate been
Invited fur half aflei- two o'doiK
Till' III H plllt llf I lid UflKIIIIMIII will
bo ilutnleil In lirlduu) Bluntly iiflur
full r the IiiuIiiiiiiIh mid main fi lends
of Hie In )t ! KUi'UlH will liinliii mil
nml iiiiilli'liMln In 11 suiM Tim eif
Ntiiliinii'iit will he I'Mii'inely liifni-
nml Afli'i-11 till In Kin "Inlny ilumi,"
fjittjHHi'Jt' IIUl'isfeiMjiUyj dyt
tuble, and dainty refreshments will be
rs. Thomas hint's Dinner.
Sunday evening Mrs. Thomas James
King entertained nt dinner in honor
of her daughter, Mrs. Charles M. V
Forstor, who left Wednesday for a
trip to Kuropo. The tablo was massed
with I'hyto Castas, commonly known
us "nlght-bloomlng cereus." The ar
rangement of these exquisite blos
soms was 'both artistic and beautiful.
Covers were urrnnged for fourteen.
ruuumiig is u list ui musu present;
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas James King,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. V. Forslcr,
Dr. and Mrs. William llobdy, Judge
and Mrs. Monsarrut, Mr. and Mrs
Alan Ilottomley, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Victor King, Dr. and Mrs. Shepherd,
Mr. Lewis King and others.
.Major nnd .Mr. Dmls' Dinner.
Captain and Mrs. C. Sidney llalght
of the Fifth Cavalry were tho In
conlhc for n delightful dinner that
was glen Wednesday evening by
Maor and Mrs. Alexander Davis. The
host and hostess' home, on the corner
of i'llkol and Hasslnger streets, was
prettily ilet orated for the occasion
After dinner the' host, hostess and
their guests attended the army hop
at the Monna Hotel.
E. W. Jordan's J.uucliroii.
Mrs. 13 W. Jordan entertained
Wednesday ut an elaborate luncheon
that was given In honor of Mrs.
Thomas Italu Walker. The dining
I room, where the luncheon was xerved,
gated ciotons nnd Mowers. The older
women were seated ut a table whero
covers were arranged for ten: this
lurge circular tuble was adorned with
scarlet exornls und red autumnal ber-
rles. The combination prodmed n
stunning effect. The guests Invited
to meet Miss Beatrice Walker were
seated at two smaller tubles. Tho
guest cards were ornamented wlthl treasurer of tho Hillsdale College, and
hund-pulnted tlowcrs. Among thoso 'Miss Kvelyn MncDongal, who was 11
present were Mrs. K. W. Jordan, Mrs.l student and member of tho faculty
Thomas Itain Wulker, Miss Ullrabeth tho same collego for n number of
1). Wutcrhouse, Miss Vlsger, Mrs. An- ears. Mr. and Mrs, llHtchlnson uro
diew Fuller, Mrs. Leos, Miss A. Mc-' universally belovod.diyery one; thoy
Int) re, Mrs. Leopold llluckmau, Miss nre kamatlnas of these Islands, and
Mary Carter, Miss Agnes Walker. Miss their many friends have sent thorn
Plndcr. Miss Margaret Wuterhousc. , today tokens of lovo nnd esteem as
Miss Cordelia Walker, Miss Josephine
Soper, Miss Catherine Goodalo, Miss
Ileatrlre Walker, Miss lieatrico llols
worth and others.
.Mr. and .Mr. Kniinzy's Itercpliou.
The most importunt sbclcty eent
scheduled for tho coming voek is tho
reception that Is U) bo given by Mr,
und Mrs. Francis Mills Swanzy. Fol
lowing is the form of the invitation
that lias been Issued:
Mis. Thomas Haln Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mills Swanzy
Friday evening, the twenty-second
of September, 8:30 to 10:30.
Mt'ute mint tjuekenicjer's Dinner.
Lieutenant Quekeineycr of the Fifth
Cavalry entertained Wednesday evcn-J
ing at tlie Moana Hotel, plnlt and
lavender being the color scheme.
Duchess roses and violets, combined
with tulle, produced a beautiful deco
ration. Later the host und the guests
Joined tlie merry throng of dancers
that weie enjoying the army hop that
was given on that evening at the
Moana. Among Lieutenant Queko-
meyor s guests were Cuiituin and Mrs.
Nuylor. Lieutenant and Mrs. Turner
and Miss Hopkins.
l'ujmnsler nnd Mrs. Stevens' Swim
Captain und Mrs C. Sidney llalght
of the Fifth Cavalry were the motif
lor a ueiigiiiim swimming puny
Wednesday ufternoon. Paymaster
and Mrs. Stevens were host nnd
hostess ut the Jmpromptu ulfalr.
Dainty and delicious refreshments
were Bcrved. A doren guests were
entertained. Among them wero Cap
tain und Mrs. C. Sidney Hulght, Major
und Mrs. Alexander Davis, Captain
and Mrs. Hand, Captain and Mrs.
Cook, Mr. und Mrs. (lumble, Miss
L'llabeth Davis and the Misses
Hiss Mitinl Jordan's Luncheon.
Saturday Miss Maud Jordan outer'
tulned at luncheon In honor of Dr
lid 'Mrs. Vans Agnews of Uillehuu.
CoverH were laid for six, and the
tabi) was banked In violets Among
those pieseut were Miss Maud Joi
dan, Dr, and Mis. Vans Aguow, Miss
Josephine Soer, Mr, Jnidtfu und Mr,
I'ri'xliliiil u( Mrlle lloat Club Cn.
Admiral und Mis Wuller Conies,
(Jciii'ial mid Mim, .Mniilgiiiiier!' Ma-
(limb, Mi nml Mis, lloheii Atkinson,
Mis. TImiiiiiin Junius King, Mhu Jn
fplillin HniTi M) Mini Mih Hull)
. Wlhli'i, Ml IMIIh CimlfH, Mlsn ui
ri'l' liml (lein'iiil H'iT 11111 llu
hhwIm nr Mr Mini Mrx '1 hiiiiiim Vlr-
W lfJ"H ! m iMiiiuli imily mjii
luncheon party that Is to be given
today. Tho party onikirkcd on tho
"Waterwltch" at nine o'clock this
morning nnd witnessed the different
races between tho members of the
two boat clubs, the Myrtle and Ilea
latil. The host is president of the
former club. The lutineli was gully
decorated In scarlet, the Myrtle color,
and most of theiguests carried Myrtle
pennants. At half one o'clock a de
licious cold luncheon was served.
Miss Ysabcl Cooper entertained at
luncheon in honor of the young girls
who will act as maid of honor and
bridesmaids at her approaching wed
ding, that will take pluco on Tuesday
evening, October 21th. Tho dainty
luncheon table was set for six, nnd
the table was ornamented with long
stemmed roses. In tho afternoon a
half a dozen friends dropped in for
ten. Those seated around the prettily
appointed luncheon table were Miss
Ysahel Coopor, Miss llerthn Kopke,
Miss Alice Cooper, Miss Florehco Hoff
man, Miss Irene Cooper nnd Miss
Gulden Wedding (Ylebrnllon.
There will bo tin Informal gather
ing of' special friends and neighbors
at tho homo of Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Cooke tills afternoon nt four o'clock
to celebrate the golden wedding of
Mr. nnd Mrs Hutchinson. The deco
rations of golden lilies and golden
shower will bo appropriate. The
weather permitting, the affair will be
u garden party. Tho tropical gardens
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cooke nro renowned
'or their beauty, nnd will make n
beautiful setting for tills auspicious
event. There will lie .1 large bride's
cake. Handsomely cornted, that will
00 c"t by one of the guests of honor,
wl, wnB married to Mr. Hutchinson
"'ty y''" B In Hillsdale rounty.
Michigan. Among today's' guests will
bo Mr. Won T. Key nobis, tho ex-
remembrances for this Interesting an
nlversnry. Greetings from llilo wero
received tills morning from a number
.Mrs. I'll 1 1111 ill's llrldge Pnrtr.
Mrs. Putnam entertained two tables
of bridge, in honor of Mrs. Kldley,
who was n passenger on tho transport
Logan, en route to tho Philippines to
Join her husband, who is stationed -it
Zanboanga. Lieutenant and Mrs. Kld
ley lived ut Fort Do Itussy, where
the former was stationed n year and
a half ago. Mrs. Htdloy came here
ns a bride, and was considered at that
time one of the prettiest women in
Honolulu. At tho impromptu bridge
party Wednesday, with one exception
only servlco people were Invited.
There were prizes ut each table, con
stating of Madeira embroidered hand
Itercniers. The guest prlzo wes 11
sweet grass basket. During the after
noon delicious refreshments wero
served. Among those piesent were
Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Ridley, Mrs. Wat
kins, Mrs. Tuttle, Mrs. Clifton Carter,
Mrs. Edward Watson, Miss Clay and
Major mid Mrs. Timbering's Dinner.
Whlto lilies graced the table when
Major and Mrs. Edwurd J. Tlmberluke
entertained ot dtnner'ln honor of Miss
Luura Nott. Tho -color scheme was
red and white, and proved effective.
The beautiful lilies were arranged in
u French basket, nnd silver candle
sticks were artistically placed on the
tuble. The candles wero shaded with
scarlet silk shades. Aftor dinner the
assemblage participated In tho army
hop. Among Major and Mrs. Timber
lake's guests were Miss Luura Nott,
Miss L'dlth Williams, Mr. Herheit
Dowsett mid Lieutenant Piatt of Pint
.Mr. and .Mrs. (', Krkliiirl's Dinner.
Monday evening Mr. und Mrs.
Charles Hckhuit gavo-un enjoyable
dinner In honor of Mis. Allan Ilot
tomley und Mis C. M. V, Foisler,
who left on tho following Wednesday
for Kuiopo Cmerfl woro urruuged
for eight. Shastu daisies und smllax
formed an nttiactho oinaiiioiitatlou
for tho table
.Major nnd .Mrs Woolen's Dinner.
Wednesday eouliig the artistic
home of Major and Mrs. Woolen was
the scene of 11 pretty dinner, when
(hoy oiilei tallied in honor of their
house guests, Major mid Mis, T'liiub,
Pule pink hegoiiluH nnd luahleiihuli
f i III mini lied Ihe table,
Win Oorolillne Neumann's Thlro
Minn Mlii'i lli'iifor, win) IciM'ii wlUl.iiioin nf Mm holfl Aiiionii IIiiihu who
h I iiKillii'i- llils iilli'Hinoii fur (hill iiii)Pi Jmlitii IVid'h IiiisiiiIIIv
foililii, wnu I ho nml If fur mi eiij'i)iihln en:
HiiMlln imily t hut wus hUi'ii I'll'lu) Ahuiiih IImihu inniil wi'in Mi' mnl
"if'lllHK hy MJjjl'IIU" Kt'llM'tMM ll. T. V9 HulilllUJIii jl MH'J Mm
Mrs. Walter .Mitcfiirliinc's llrldgc
One of tho notable affairs of the
week wns the brldgo luncheon that
was given Monday at the Colonial
Hotel. Dozens and domis of long
ntcmnied American Dcauty roses were
artistically ariangcd on the table,
combined with baby maidenhair.
After luncheon tho guests adjourned
to tho lanul, where tljoy plriyed
bridge. Among Mrs. Walter Macfur
Inne's guests wero tho'Prlncers Kala-
nlumiole, Mrs C. O. Derger, Mr si llben
Low, Mrs. Dargte, Mrs. Frederick
Mnefnrhiue, Mrs. A. P. Taylor, Mrs.
Helen Noonan, Mrs. George Deckle)',
Mrs. Fieeth, Mrs, Gcoige Falrchlld,
Mrs. Charles Fulkc, Mrs. C. Wlde
munn, and tho Misses Alice Mncfar
lane and NI1T11 Derger.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dovwett'i Supper
and Bridge Party.
Mrs. C. O. Derger wns tho honored
guest last evening at a sup-icr nnd
bridge party that was given by Mr
and Mrs. Jack Dowsett, at their homo
cm Punnhoii avenue. The color scheme
for Ihe enjoy nblo affair was green
nnd white, during supper a Hawaiian
qutnlct club fiirnlrhed tho music.
Among thoso present wero Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frederick Macfarlano, Mr. an I
Mrs. Frank Illchnrdsnn Mr. nnd Mis.
C. Wldemann, Mrs. Alexander Camp
bell, Mrs. Dciger, Mr. and Mrs
Drune, Mr. and Mrs. I.nnz, Mr. and'
Mrs. Conrad, "Mrs. Dnrgtc and .others
Mr. and Mrs, Gay's Supper Dance.
Aliout thirty fi lends enjojed the
hospitality of, Mr. nud Mrs,' Francis
Gay nt their ntiractivc suburban homo
nt Wnllelc, Monday ecnlng. Ileforn
supper time n swim was taken In tho
fr"sh wafer pool. After supper danc
ing was participated in, until a lato
hour. The pnity motoring home by
tho. light of the moon. Tho' wild gln
rgr blossoms formed a ' prominent
part In tho decorations and wero cf-J
fecthc. During dinner nnd later for
tho dancing a Hawaiian quintet club
played. Among thoso piesent weic.
Mr. and Mrs. Fiancis Gay, Mrs. Krn
est Itoss Miss Catliurlno Goodnle,
Miss Laura Noll, Miss Gcrladlno Ncu-
nmn, tho Misses Kopke, Mrs, CharlcM
Klston, Miss Violet Mukce, Mr. und
Mis. Wllrox of Kauai, Miss Nora
Swanzy, Miss 1. 11 Paly Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Ilonil, Mr. Itohert Thompson
Mr. Sherwood I owrey Mr. DKon
Nott, Mr. Jack Gall, Mr. Krnest Gay.
Mr. George Fuller, Mr. Itohert M
Corrlston, Mr. Allison Joidau, Ml
Carter Gait and othcis.
Mrs. Wldemann'i Swimming Party.
Jtis. C. O. Peiger, who leivea to
day 011 the Siberia, for California, has
been tho lucent ho for numerous en.
tcrtnliimcuts dining the past week
consisting ot luncheons, dinners,
swimming parties aud brldgo (turtles.
Of all these uffalis none wero more
enjojablo than tho Bwimmlug party,
given Friday afternoon by Mrs. Carl
Wldemann. Tho hosjess nnd her
guests motored to tiio beautiful Far
ther place, situated at tho head of Ma
nila Valley. A delightful and refresh
ing swim wns taken In tho fresh wnl
cr pool. Among Mis. Wldemann's
guests wero: Mrs. C. O. Derger, Mrs.
Dnrglo, Mrs. Jack Dowsett, Sin
Dnine. Mis. Lanz, Mrs. Frank Illcli-
nrdson, Mrs. Conrad, Mrs. Aloxanlef
Campbell, Mrs. Fiederlck Macfarlano
Mrs. Joseph Aiherton Entertained,
Mrs. Joseph Atherton cntertulno 1 nt
her homo on King street Thursday
afternoon. Nemly a bundled ladles
weie present. Tho entertainment was
In the nature of a social, which was
given In honor of the women of the
Central Union churph. A) excellent
program had been arranged, consist
Ing of vocal Instrumental music and
the reading of t-omo Interesting ro
pers UiIb program was rendered dur
ing the afternoon and provided much
enjoyed. Tonrd the latter part of
tho afternoon, delicious refreshments
Mrs. Rlchard'on's Luncheon.
Mrs. Frank Illchnrdson entertained,
a coterie of ft lends nt a prlilgo lun
cheon, Thursday afternoon,'- nt hei
homo on Thurston nvenuo. The tnblo
was very beautiful In Its appoint
ments, with accessories of ptnk roses
and handimlnted guest catiis. Tho
llowors were gracefully ut ranged In
cut glass eKrno. After luncheon
bridge wns enjoyed. Thoso present
weio Mrs. Frank Ulchardnon, Mrs. C,
O. Derger, Mrs. Juck Dowsett, MrH
C. Wldeinunn, Mrs. Alexander Camp
bell, Mrs, Drune, Mrs. Darglo, Mrs
Luiu and Mis. Conrad.
Judge Pern's Dancing Part).
The Moana Hotel picccnted n gala
scene, Thursday H-venlng, when Judge
Pony entertained In honor of Dr, nnd
Mis. A N. St. Cliilr, who Imve Just
I ('turned from 11 Kuiopeaii tilp, Tho
dunce was held In the drawing room,
which was attractively decoialed with
potti'd palms und autumnal foliage,
An Informal 101 option wus held prior
to the hup. Mr. und Mrs. Chiulcs
Uirnach assisted the host and his
two guests of honor In reletting. Al
half after nine Ihe dam lug begun und
continued until ufler midnight, The
dinning luogiiim was so iiiruuged
Hint there wus ulteiiiiilii wulu iuhI
doilx temps Klial's nieheitiii plujcd
nil Ihe popular til 1 h, wlilili lonti Hi
nted to Ihii sun ess of Ihe iivciilng
Al elm en ti'iliuk n fienliiiioiilii were
H'lWd ui miiiill liihles In tlie dining
Major nii'l .Mrs. Ncillle's Dinner.
Hurler nnd .Mrs. Coiner's Dinner.
Meter Purl) I round lsluinl.
Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx's Liincliron.
.Mrs. V. U. orth Kntertalns.
.Mr. unit .Mrs. I). V. Dillingham's Wil
li er. ,
Mr. Hurl's'l'til HnpMr.
Mr,. K. Vfooil'g Ctimjlieon.
Mrs. hlllrnU's Sulnmilng Parly.
Mrs. Thomas .1. King's Dinner.
Major ninl Mrs. Dulls Dinner.
Mrs K. W. .Iiinlaii,t Liinrliton. l"
.Mr. inn' i.Mrs, Snnnzi's llereiitlou.
I.Iiiilruiinl IJneKimyrr's Dinner.
I'iij muster mihII Mrd.iSliMtlis'-Slni-mliitf
Part). ,, 1
(elchrallon of Golden 'Weddlnc.
Mrs I'liln mi's llrlilge.
Major mid Mrs. Tliubrrlnkr's Dinner
Mr. nnd .Mrs. ('. Kck hurt's Dinner.
Major nnd Mrs. Mnotcn's Dinner.
Mrs. "nler Miirfarlane's llrldgc
Mr. mid Mrs. Jack Dowsed Fnterlnln.
Mr. mid Mrs. Gni's Illiinrr Dnnrr.
.Mrs. Frank Illrliiirdson's Liiiieheon.
.Mr. mid .Mrs. T. V. King's Launch
Mrs. I.nnz's I.nnrlii nn.
Mrs. VHdeniiiiin's Swliiiinlng Pari).
Judge Perry's Dancing Party.
Mrs. Hiiisim's D'Clock Tea.
Mlss'riiiiianii's Theatre Parly.
(. J'.V "-"""i K'"t )'' -'v-iaMiUnwasittiMHHMUSBi
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Hugo Hcrzer. Prof, and Mrs. Itrjan,
Dr. and Mrs Hohdy,' Ju'.go Itobl'nson.
.. .. .. ... ... ., ,.
Dr. Ilamiii. Mrv,nd Mrs. K. A. Dcrn.lt
Miss Dulot, Mhs Paisons, Mr. and
S7 ; Ja
( WW? ,
Mrs. -. u. Hiiinn, ,mi. niiil .Mrs. "ijiii'. O. W. Smith Miss M. Mossnnn.
White, Mr. nud Mis. T. II. Wall, Mr.
Host 00 Perkins, Dr. U V, Case, l.t.
nml Mis. Wrlghtson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Marston Campbell, 1)r. anil Mis. Geo.
lleihuit. Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Freai,
Mr. mid Mis. C, 11. IH'iiieiiw.iy, Mi.
mid Mis. Walter Wall. Mr. and Mrs.
Clegg. Mr. and Mrs. II A. Wlnkicy,
Dr und Mrs. O. K. Willi, Mr. J. II.
Kills, Miss Llghtfoot, Miss Kniini Ly
ons, Mr, mid Mrs. Fred Carter, Mi.
I.ougluy, Mr. and Mis. J. J. Grecl.e,
Mihit Marlon Greene, Miss Kdltli
Llghtrnot. Mr. Clifford White, Dr.
Hand, Mr. and Mrs. Chude Dirdseyc,
Miss Spiluks, Mr. nnd Mrs, A. M.
Nowell, Miss P. Dyke, Mr. Dcrt
Claiko Mr. and Mrs. Percy Morse,
Mr. und Mrs! Mooro, Dr. Hodglns,
Mis. T. It. Wnll,er, Miss lieatrico
llaln Walker, .Miss Vanloiburgh, Mr.
Chns. Hcrbeit, Miss liarciidcno, Mlsi
Qulmin Mrii. Allco Drown Miss Kln
cald, Mr. Dantn, Mr. Henderson, Mr.
Allied Wall, Mr. Goodman, .ludgo Sit
llmaii. Dr. Hedemiin, Dr and Mrs. C.
D. Cooper, Dr. Gillespie, Mr. und Miss
Carl Kdwaid Sanstedt, Governor and
Mis. Frcnr, Mr. and Mrs. A. Glgnoux
Mr. and Kits. It. C. Stncknhle, Mi
ami Mrs. Krnest It. Clarke, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J, G. Hothwcll, Mr. mil Mrs.
Foster, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Mnidlllno,
Mi. und Mrs. A. Q. Mnrcalllno, Miss
Dietz, Mr. and Mrs. Jus. I,. Coekbuin,
Dr. L. N. Cake, It. M. McCorrlston
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Tay. Miss Sway no,
Miss Glenn, Guilford Whitney, Mr. and
Mis. T. K. Ilonrke, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Uelser, Mr. Woodford, Miss Wood
ford, Mr, Hnriy Dalloy, Dr. Clarke,
Miss Jones, Miss Armstrong, Dr. nn 1
Mrs. K. It. Marshall, Mr. 'and Mis.
Matthew Graham. tMr. and Mis. II11I1
len, Mr. Indcmnnn, Mr. and Mrs. St.
C. Fayic's, Br. and Mrs'j.'B. II. Pratt,
Dr. nud Mrs. J. Judd, Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Petersou, Mr, -and Mrs. Fiank
Andrade, Mr and Mis. ,AV. Popo, Mr.
und Mrs. C. G. llock'us, Dr.. and Mrs.
Shepherd, Mr. urd Mis. J as. McQand
less, Mr nnd Mrs. llendlo, Mr. F.
Dalley Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Morgan, Mr,
and Mrs. J. F, Fleming, Miss Stone,
Mr. nnd Mis. A. F. Wall, Mis. A. Jae
ger, Mi. and Mrs. K. A. Mult-Smith,
Dear to the Heaits of the Women.
rlu, ID I'ur salu by )ilililaliaiid )',lliry floodl )tlui.
rurJ, I , I lopkliia, Prop,, 37
Ml. and Mrs. A. Lindsay, Jr., Miss
Krtlst. Dr. nnd Mrs. Daldwln. Mr.
nu I Mrs. J. A. Kennedy, Mr. 1111J
, Melil Dr m)i, Mr ,,,
w iterhoiisc, Mi. II. Llghtfoat, Mr. and
Mi. nnd Mrs II. A. Taylor, Mr. and
Mis. W. 11. Farrlngton Mr. and Mrs.
.1. X. Caldwell Dr. and Mrs. W. L.
Moore, Mr. and Ms, Matheson, Mr.
mil Mrs. A. D. Uiiuneh, Dr. ami Mis.
D. Cnrrle, Dr. and Mrs. James, Mr. ,,
and Mrs, W. T. Jtnwllns, Mr. Sawa
lls, Miss Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs.
Alonzo Gartley, Dr. and Mrs. Itay
nioiiil, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. T. Ilot
tomley. Mnjnr W. M. Crulk-diank. wlfo anl
daughter, nnlved on tho transport !.
gjn, Tuesday , und Wednesday they
ttnjcd nt.tbe Moana Hotel, Thurs
day they left for Lellchua whoro (bo
M:Jor is to bo stationed vH ,htho
riehl Artillery. Major Crulksliauk
was 11 classmato ol Majjr Klw.ird
Miss Power is showing some of tho
most beautiful trimmed hats ever
brought to Honolulu. These hats nro
eome that were selected by Miss Pow
er on the mainland during her leteut
trip and rellect her excellent tasto
and good Judgment. They uro pal tic
ularly suitable to Honolulu und light ,
up to date In style. Miss Power'a
millinery parlor Is on the second tlooi
of tho Doston building, Fort street.
Visitors always welcome.
It Is regretted that nt the last m'n
ute. Mr. mid Mrs. William naldwln of"
Haiku, Maul, decided not to conio
down for "Souru's concerts "
Mrs. Lindsay Hogtrs and Miss He
len Ilogers, leave this afternoon 011
the Slbeila. Their visit In Honolulu
l-ns pioM'd so delightful that they
nro planning to return' to IloiiolnlirVt
next yea for a tlirce months;' visit. V
Mis. li M, Wutson entertained half "
i dozen friends informally Thursday,
ot tea at her home on tho corner of
Mrs. Turner, wife of Lieutenant ,
Turner, U. 8. A, will entertain the
Dildgu Club Wednesday at her homa
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessary I
Article for Particular Women f
who Desire to Tietain a
Kiory woman owes. It to herself and
lovid oiios jo retain tho charm of youlli
nuturo lius iHituwwl iiikiii llr. 1 or over
half u century this urtltle ims Inn uaisl
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