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Mrs. John Warren Entertained.
Mrs. John Tretinoin! Wnircn ciitoi
tiilncil on Wednesday ami Friday of
tills week nt Informal thlmlilc par
ties). On each occasion guest prl7.es
wero awarded, t novelty being Intro
diiccil liy the host cm by having, each
one of her guests draw for the tro
phies. At Wednesday's .iitortkilii
nicnt Mrs. Wnlter CowIch drew the
highest numeral mid was uwnrded the
trophies which consisted of a half
dozen exquisitely ilrnwn work figure
dollies. At yesterday's affair Mrs.
Fred IIiikIi'h invniento was u beuntlfil
fancy basket, the handle wns tied
with pnlo pink and niniivo tulle, tho
basket was filled with hydrangea of
the same shade. Mrs. lCincst Clark's
nilzo was Chinese pillow, for flow
ers. Pre. Nuptial Luncheon.
Tho luncheon Riven Tuesday after
noon by Miss Helen North mid Miss
Florence llntTman at "Oreystono'S,"
the homo of tho latter was character
ized by beauty and orglnnllty. The
decorations were Hynibollc of "Rood
look," and were carried out In white
and gold. Miss Ysabcl Cooper, the
llanco of l.tcuL James l'lno wna the
inollf for tho claborato function
Luncheon was served at ono o'clock
and tliero were exclamations of dc
light and admiration, from the young
people as they entered the dlnln
room. In Iho center of tho table was
a golden horn of plenty, tilled with
cloth of gold roses, arising from a
bed of maiden hair fern mid golden
llUles, delicately veiled with .white
nnil gold tulle. Tho luncheon favor.!
wero sided baskets (led with bow-
knots of cold tullo and tilled with
bon-bons in tho tamo shndo. The
place cards were inlnlaturo llfc-buoyi
Willi the name of the prospective
Broom's ship (the U. S. It. C. Thetis)
inscribed In cold this being a pretty
tribute paid to tho "absent one." Aft
er luncheon games were played l.i
the drawing room and n delightful
afternoon was experienced. Among
those prcsont were: Miss Florence
Hoffman, Miss Helen North, Mh
Ysabel Cooper, Miss Julio McSlockcr
Miss Knlherlno- Stephens, Miss Lydla
.McSlockcr, Mlsrf Allco Conner, Mrs.
Lew, Is flrcgg. Miss iXhol' Spalding.
Miss licno Cooper, MIfk Allco Hop
per and MIbs nertha Kopkc.
At high iiiion TciisiUy mi linprcsslvo
and brautlful wedding ceremony, pos-
slble only In the seml-troptcK, was sol-1
cmnlred under tho fringed palms In tho
court of Hotel del ("oronndo. uniting lii
umrrhiKi' two well-known young so-l
ilety people of San Diego unci Ilnvvall.'
Inlde, Miss Flora llenton, Is the
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H. lb Do not tonfuio thli with t'te sal which w advartlttd In tin Ad.
vrrtntr on Monday, Stptemhrr 23. That win of a few f.U which w leeurrd
ot a bankrupt lalt In Now York, thli it of our tjuir linf.
ilmiRlitrr of Mr unit Mrs. Itnbert Hur
rlxoti Denton of Man Dies" county, and
U popular In local social circles Philip
LuVorgtio Illcc, tho bridegroom, Is u
niciiiticr of a prominent lluwullnn fnin
lly, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Hyde Itlco of l.lhuc, Kiiiinl. Teirltnry
of Hawaii. The four ltlco win nro
fiimnus as tho Itlec polo team In the
The selling' chosen for the cere
mony seemed moit HttliiR for the cut
inlmitloii of a pretty romance that had
Its bcRlnnliiR a Utile morn than two
J summer iiro when tho lirlilc was n
Iioiiko RiieKt nt tlio homo of Mr. Itlce'H
sister nt Kauai. Tho bride was unat
tended and wore n gown of white satin
with an overdrew of inuriiilscttn
trimmed In pearls anil rare lace. Sho
carried n boiniiet of bride rose and
worn a lllmy veil which enhanced her
loveliness. Only the Immediate rclu
tles were present to witness the cere
mony The hipping of the waves on
the sciishoro and tho soft breezes scent
td to whisper nn "Alohn" from fnr-
nwny Hawaii, miring tne ceremony.
which wns performed by Ilcv. Charles
Il.irnes of St Paul's Hplscopnl church,
tho fnriinailo oreliestm played tho I.o
beiiKrlu weddliiR niareh In low tones,
After the belied lit Ion bad been pro
nounced nnil congratulations received
and while the party was moving across
the lawn under tho palms, tho sort
strains of "Tho Sweetest Story liver
Told" win. played.
A willing1 brcnkf.ist was served In,
tho Rrecn banquet room, after which
the young couplo departed amid n
shower of rose leaves. After a wed
ding trli of about n iiiontli throiiRh
the State, visiting relatives of the
bridegroom, Mr and Mrs. nice will sail
lor their homo In Hawaii.
Through tin, week relatives nnd
friend bad been arriving nt tho hotel
to attend tho ceremony, among them
being Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Ilcnsnn, par
ents of tho bride; Ralph Ilenson, her
brother: Mr. mul Mrs. William II. Itlco,
parents of tho groom ,nnd Miss Sexton,
also of Kniiai. llawall, who accompa
nied Mr. and Mrs. nice.
Those present to witness the cere
mony and seated afterward nt tho wed
ding brenkfitst were Mr. and Mrs.
rhlllp I., nice, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Salisbury. Miss ntllo Sexton, Ilev.
Charles I,. Itarnes. Miss l.ucllc Honk
ing. Itny K "Hcntnn, Mrs. n. it. Ken
ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wee, Mr. und
Mrs. It. S. Denton.
Major and Mrs. Wooten's Bridge.
Thursday evening. Major nnd Mrs
Woolen entertained four tables of
brldgo In honor of 'their sister, Miss
u illiAL-n mviv i-Aiviiwwimuj
pretty and wcio won by Mss Clay
Mrs. Clifton Cm tor. Miss Zqifilcr Ma-
jor Novlllc nnd Lieutenant Watklns.
After tho playing a delightful and
Informal "Dutch supper" was served
at n long tabic In (ho dining room,
Our compltt; lji qf fin sets vill be put on
sale for two weeks only
Late Fiction all of our Children's Books, Re
ligious Hooks and our large and complete line
ot Books on Travel.
T. H., SATURDAY,
Among those present were: Major
and Mrs. Neville Cap'.nlii and Mrs.
Clifton Caller, C.iptnln and Mrs. IM-
wards, Captain nnd Mrs. Putnam, Dr.
and Mrs. William Ilobdy, Lieutenant
and Mrs. Turner, Dr. and Mrs. 'Shep
herd, Lieutenant and Mrs. Wntklns,
l)r. and Mrs. Tuttlo. Miss Clay ami
Sliver Wedding Celebration,
The following Invitation lias been
.Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Klein
invito you to bo present at the
celebration of their Bllvcr wedding on
Saturday evening October tho seventh
nt eight o'clock
nineteen hundred and eleven
1221 Pcn'sncola Street
Honolulu, T. II.
Mlts Rose's Pol Supper.
Miss Anna Itoso cntcrtnlucd Friday
evening nt a il supper In honor of
Miss Mary Johnson. Tho long tublo
was banked with scarlet carnations
and tioplcal ferns. I.cls of carnations
composed of the same variety of How
crs wero found at each plnco with
tho iiaino card attached, Tho bounti
fully decorated table was laden with
all the Hawaiian delicacies of the sea
son. Among these present were: Miss
Anna Koso, Miss Mary Johnson, Miss
Hutli Jcfts, Miss Daisy Taylor, Miss
l.oulso Irwin, Miss McflrcRory, Mrs,
Weight and Miss Llutlsny of Hawaii
mil Mr, Rose.
Mrs. Ellleott and Mr.j. Klngibury En.
An Informal gathering took place
Friday afternoon nt the home of Lieu
tenant Itnss Kingsbury, when his
wife and mother cntcilnliicd nt ten
In honor of Miss Clay of l-exlngtou
Kentucky. Tci was served under the,
beautiful palm trees nt the von Hull's
place at Wnlkikl. Among those, pre
sent wero: Mr. 4. John Elllcotl, Mis.
Koss Kingsbury, Mrs. Montgomery
Mncombs, Miss Clay, Mrs. Wooton,
Mrs. Cllrton Carter, Mrs. floirit Wil
der, Mrs. Putnim, Mrs. F. McSlockcr
Prince Kalanlanaole'a Luau.
Congressman Kuhn was the guc.-it
of honor nt a luau that was Riven at
the Hon. Samuel Parker's WalMkl
homo. Saturday afternoon. Prlnco
Cupid wii's.' h'6 host nn tlifs occasion. "I.0ppir. Coining In later .for m
About thlrty-flvo Riicsts woro pros-"c.er ,r8' cx '"'i0,8, Oorhan. Mrs. Tyn
, .i ihi rlu. . in N" Qy. Mr- Herbert E. Anthony,
ent and Iho feast was served In n
coconnut arbor situated near tho sen.
Tho natural beauty of tho environ-
?Sirs - i -
, .. , ,, ..,.,. ;,..
i ltvv:uiuiv:u all fl HIIVIl ,ll n.i-
wallan delicacies. In the courso of tlio
repast witty (oasts wero exchanged
nnd ninny witty 8poo,clips given. A
Hawaiian quintet cluli tha,t was sta-
tionod on tho lawn, plavcd during the
'feast and contributed to tho enjoy-
mr mm Biiar
prices way dqwn, as we
display our Christmas
8EPT. 30, 1911. EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
incut of those present. Among Prlnco
Kiihlo's guests wero Messrs IJ. 1.
Spnhlliig, James Kennedy. It. Ivcrs,
C, II. Cooke, T. C. D.ivles. J. I). Dole,
J. M. Dowectt, W. Pfolenhiucr, J. F.
Morgan, K. i:. Paxlnn, T. II. Pelrle,
Albert Waterhousc, J. W. Wahlron,
llear-Adnilral Walter C Owlcs, llrlgl
(leu. M. M. Macomb, Secretary Mott
Smltli, Chief Justice A. (1 M. Hob
ertson, lion. Cecil Ilrnwn, lion. A.
Jmlil, Hon. C. F. Chllllngworth Ma
yor J. J. Fern, Hon. Charles F. de
mons, John L'lno, Carl Wldotnnnii.
Kiln Long, Sam Dwlght, W. F. Dil
lingham, Alfred Castbj. William Wil
liamson, Norman Wntklns, Wallace
1'nrrliiRtnn, It. O. Mntlicson, Judge II.
15. Cooiicr. Judge W. Whitney, .IiuIru
M. J, Hoblnson, .lustlco Do Holt, F,
W. Macfnrlane, Fred L. Wnldron, J.
Wntcrluiuse, A. Hartley, Goorgo Ho-
dlek, F. M. Swniuy, W. Iinz, A. N.
Campbell, Hon. Georgo II. Falrchlhl
C. W. Ashford, It D. Mead, 1). O
White and W. 0. Smith.
Meeting of College Club.
An Interesting mcctlnR of the Cnl
lcgo Club was hold Tuesday after
noon nt the Hotel Colonial. The meet
ing wns a Bnclal affair as very little
business was transacted, all tho
plans for the coming year was dis
cussed. During tho afternoon dainty
refreshments were served nnd tho
broad lanal of tho nttractlvo hotel.
vyas elaborately decorated with scar
let carnations niuj .palms.
(Ii-ii. McTlrllan's linuglitors Kilter
Misses Hose and Josephine McClel-
lan, daughters of (leneral and Mrs,
John McClcllan, wero the compliment
ed Riiests yesterday afternoon nt a
charming nftcrnoon of brhlRC. Mrs.
Unfits Choato was tho hostess, enter
talnlng with eight tables at tho pop
ulnr game. Tho Misses McClcllan
Icavo this evening for .New lork, en
route for Kuropc, where they will le
main for about six months, part of the
time being passed In Ilcrlln as tho
hotiso guests of nn aunt. Tho pretty
Choato homo wns attractively decor
ated for the occasion with ferns and
greenery. Dainty prlres wero aw aid
ed for highest scores. Present In
cluded Miss Itoso McClcllan, Miss Jos
ephine McClellnn. Mesdnuies Francis
Mead, Alfred Stahcl, Jr., Frank Avery,
Homer Oatmnn, Waller Poor, Arthur
Ilnlcntine, F. Lcrny llotsford, II ay lie
Kills, 11. V. Franklin, Chaffee Uratit,
Vemer, George Frost, lCd lllnkcl,
Fred Winchester, GcorRo Stevens of
Coronado, Will Douglas, T. K. linker,
Frank Von Tcsmar, and Misses Ger
trudo Gilbert, Jesslo Ilurbeck, Vldn
Heed, Hazel Schulenberg, Kthol
ICrclgh. Ilutti lllchnrds, Frances Sum
ner, Theda llnriihnm, Saillo Wiire,
Illanclie VoRdeB, Marlon VoriIcs, Nor
ton, Jessie Smith, MarRarst Farlc,
Miss Mario Ingle, Mrs. J. Wndo Mc
Donald, Mrs. L. J. Wilde.
sir- unu air
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ju lonor of Mr. nnil Mm. J, K Jtoborts
n't their bench liomo at wiiikikl. The
mbio was very prettily decorated with
ylolcts and maidenhair fern. Those
prciicnt besides the guests were Mr.
lin Mrs. Shancr and Mr. Dcmnsov.
COMINGS AND GOINGS
OF THE SMART SET
Mr. ami Mis. Morgan
of Hudson, New York,
spending a portion of
mouths In the Itcrmud.i
Rioup Is composed of 3i", Islands, and
they write not one of the collection
of Islands can compare In beauty oi
attractiveness with Honolulu. Mr.
ami Mrs. .Touch mmlc tho trip In a
pilvatc yacht of palatial dimensions
Mrs. Jones Is thu ilnuchler of Mrs.
Kllon Weaver of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeno K. AJyers have
leased Iho lMward Watson home :t
tiio corner of Gtccn and Victoria
streets. Mr. mid Mrs. Myers have
been living In tho suburbs of Knl
mul, I. but will move Into town the
first of October.
Miss Mntlo llallcutync Is thorough
ly enjoying her visit with her undo
and aunt, Mr. and Miss Hnrtnnglo in
Seattle, Washington. This charming
young society girl has also been vis.
Iliiig with Miss Snrlta Van Vllcnt nt
Fort Lawton. Colonel Vnn Vllet Is
In command of that larpo teglmcntal
post for three years. There hnvn
never been more popular nervlio folk
stationed In Honolulu than Major and
Mrs. Van Vllet, when Iho former was
In command of Camp McKlnley.
Letters have been
Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Hotel, In S.ui
from tho Fairmont
stating that they enjojed
their trip to Alaska and their tem
porary lesidctico in tho Canadian Hoc
kles. Ilefore returning to their homo
In Honolulu on tho eighteen of Octo
ber, they will visit New Mexico and
innko a short visit with Dr a'nl Mrs.
Hill. Tlio latter Is a sister of Mrs.
Prohser's ami will be remember us
Miss ndlth Thatcher, who visited tho
Prosscrs prior In her marriage to Dr.
Hill, who Is ono of the lending phy
sicians or 1is Angeles. Dr. Hill and
his wlfo have recently returned from
nn extensive Kuropcan trip. Wlilio
abroad they purchased numerous Ori
ental rugs and priceless art treasures
that have been utilized In furnishing
their new home.
The ladles or Kurt Shatter will kcop
the last Friday of each mouth as "at
homo day," und will receive on Fri
day,, the tvv'9nly-8Cpnth."f October.
, j. .j. rj. - ? .y .$ t ' . r y 'V
There was a bachelor shower ten
dered to Clyde K. Wilght by hl.i
many friends In Palolo vnlley on last
Tuesday evening. Many and various
wero the kitchen ntenslU that woro
brought by those attending. After the
"shovvcr" tliero weio games of diner
out kinds, Including cards. Quito late
In tho evening delicious refreshments
Mrs. J, J. Garden announces thu
engagement ot her sister MIbs Cath
erine V. Wopdward lo Mr. Albert A.
Whltconib. Tlio wedding will tako
placo November '."Jh.
Ono ot the prettiest of Septembor
weddings was that of Miss Katheryn
Kehpo and Mr. Itny Denton Christie,
.which was Milciiinked on Jrhlay
imrnng, at tho homq of Hon. . J.
Hoblnson, Circuit Judge, on Thurston
nvenue, Miss Ke(iou. (s tho daughter
j Judso- Kchoo of GoldUolil. Nevada,
and vvjis an arriving passenger by (lie
shinier Sierra. Mr, Christie is the
manager of the, Honolulu Drug Com
pany of (his city, Tho ceremony took
Placo at 11 n. in. and, vvas performed
by tlio Ilev. Father Valentin, and was
witnessed by onlyfMlnuttc "frlcniU.
Thu decorations wero most beautiful
am! effective, tho color scheme being
pink nnd white. Tho spacious p.ir
lork wero converted Into a fairyland
of fnlliiRo and blossoms. The1' bridal
bovver consisted of a canopy of dcll
ntu asparagus rern, Interspersed with
pink bride roses; largo bows of pink
tulle and clusters of bride roses form
ing a shower effect under which tho
bridal party stood. TUu gr II J-work
wiih (ompletely festooned with nspar
iiriis fern nnd pink roses Interwoven
with a most charming cnVct.' Potted
Ptiltiut mid, fern worn bupkeit In ITi';
fusion throughout the rooms. I-urge
vases of white asters nfforied u dainty
contrns. to the back-ground of green.
At thu (oiicluslou or tho ceremony n
intmptliom wuddlng breakr.ist vvas
horved, covors being laid for twelve,
Tho coin,' srhenio In tho dining room
was nisi pink nnd white nnd wns u
verltabla (.ell or pink and whlto car
nations and maidenhair fern, trailing
vines und dainty hows of whlto tullo
being fclooiied from the lulling. The
bride was given Into tho beeping of
thu groom by tho Hon W J. lliiblu
son Mrs. Frank O lloyer acted as
matron of honor uml the groom was
Ultellded by Mr II J Schoen. Tho
bililo and matron of honor weio most
daintily gowned In (banning creations
of while mull mul each carried u
shower hoiiipict of pink and white car
iialliius ami maidenhair Mr mid
Mis. ChtlMIe wmn llui recipients of
many liatulsoiuii wedding gilts from
their friends in Honolulu mid on ilie
in .t i it til ml The lining iiiilplo ilepail
(d by llui iirieriiiMiii train fin a hii
Jniiili at llali'lwii, ninlil.t lliu k"iI
ihw n( Hade umii) (ilvud.
Mrs Wooton has bevu entertaining i
at a number of Informal social affairs
in honor or her sister, Miss Clay ,
One or the most delightful affairs was
the surllnc li.irtv that was clvcn1
Wednesday afternoon After tin hour j
or two devoted to aquatic shirts, the)
party repaired to Major niil TJis. ,
Woolen's hnmc, vvhero delicious-tea I
nnd refreshment!! wero served. Aiming
those present wero Mrs. Woolen, 'Miss
Clay, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. WnlkitiH, Mis.
Tlittlc, Miss Zelglcr mid others.
Mrs. I' W t'liloiniiu, the motlirr of
Mrs I'lirion (.'niter. Is cxiiecteil to ar
rive Tiicsdu) on tho Wllbolinln.1 Mrs
t'ldeui.iu Is planning lo spend the win
ter with Captain and Mrs. Curler
Miss Clay tho attrartivo sister of
Major and Mis. Woolen will leave on
Iho October transport for her lioini
In Loilugtmi, Kentucky. Miss Cln
Is ono of tho most attinctlvo girls
that has ever visited in Honolulu and
has been Iho recipient of much so
Mr. Ilyron K. Ilalrd of Illlo, Ha
waii, arrived on llic Maiini Km this
morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ilalrd and
two children will occupy the William
T. Ilawllns' lesldeiicc at 132.1 Wilder
avenue, during tho month of October.
Miss A'lebildo Hauling, u sister or
Mrs. Krnest Wntcrhousu ami Miss
Gertrude Harding, Is expected to ar
rlvo In Honolulu In November, where
she will sikmiiI the Christinas holi
days with Dr. and Mis. Fmcsl Wat
erliouse. During tho summer months the la
dies or Fort Hugcr discontinued their
receiving d.ija. owing to the Kiiltiy
weather of Jiiuu, July, August and
September. On Octolior the third,
Ihev will bo "nt home" to their num
erous friends In Honolulu. This date
falls on the lltst Tuesday of October.
In Iho tiitiiro the commandant's wlfo.
Mrs. ICd ward J. Tlmborlako mul the
other officers' wives, icstdlng at the
post, will observe tho first Tuesday of
tho month, instead of keeping as re
ccptlon dnvH, each Tuesday or each
month, as was done formerly.
Colonel and Mrs. Samuel Dunning
arc enjoying their now station at
Vancouver Ilarracks, where tho Col
onel is In command. A"1'!1"1 t,K'
both wrllo that they never oxpeel to
bo stationed at any post that will
prove as enjoyablo as Fort Shatter,
or can bo compared with their recent
army life spent In beautiful Hawaii.
Tho Whipple Halls or Oakland,
California, spent tho month or Aug
ust in Singapore. Although they
found Hie heal of tlio tropics rather
trying, they spent most of tho I lino
motoring, finding tho loads for auto-
mnhlllng In excellent shape. Mr. and
We like to Sell
There's more real satisfaction to us
in selling a high grade article than in
making a big quick profit because it
means a steady future customer.
When we sell Kodak goods we know that
our customers will he so well satisfied that we
will hold his trade. That is why we handle
the Kodak line exclusively not merely Kodak
cameras, hut the simple little Rrownic cameras
and the Premo cameras for use with glass plates
and the daylight loading Premo Film Packs
and the Graflcx cameras, with their marvelous
focal plane shutters so fast that they will
catch a humming bird on the wing. We have
too the Hawk-Eye cameras with special features
of their own and the Kodak films and plates
and papers all goods which are made hy vari
ous divisions of the Kodak Company goods
that are right because made by a concern that
can't afford to sell goods of any other kind. '
Let us show you the new goods from the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Kvcrything Photographic" Fort below Motel
Aim. Whipple Hall may dccldo to
leiiil heveral of llio winter inotitlis
in Honolulu on their homeward route.
They woro cliiirmod with tho Island
when Hiov spent three mouths In Ho
nolulu, during tho winter of I'.mu ami
part of the spring of 191(1-at llml
time Mr. Hall was In ior health.
Their inaiiy rrlemls living In Hono
lulu will be Interested In their where
abouts. Mis i: J. Weight of P.ipalkou and
Mrs. S. M. Lindsay of Wnlmen, Iln
vvall :nu visiting their sister, Miss
Anna lloso. and their brother Mr.
llelnrlrh Hose, ami have ii'een enjoy-
Ing the past fortnight greeting old
(rlends. Mrs Weight's' iIiiiirIiIt. MIsh
Wlllielmltui. arrived on the Mniuu
i;,.. ii.t. mornlnu to attend her aunts
wedding, nlieio she will ait In tho
capacity or mald-or-hoiior
Mis. Putnam or Fort Dc Hussy
spent tho week-end as Hie pucst of
Mrs. Kooster of tlio llMlt Cavalry
Mrs. Putnam went over to Scholleld
llnrrncks Frldav, and return to Ho
nolulu. Monday. During those few
I days, this popular vouug nnny mat
I roil, vvas 111 a round of g.ilutv attend-
lug dinners, brldgo parties and luncli
1 cons that weio given nt tho icgl
I mental post.
Miss Snrlta Van Vllet. tlio oldest
daughter of Colonel mul Mrs Van
Vllet has been participating in tlio
Northwest championship tennis tour
naments, and lias been playing n
splendid game, mid has won groit
honois. When her rather Major Van
Vllet vvas stationed hero, four years
ago. Miss Van Vllet played in Hie mi
nis of the ladles' slnglou und many
woro or the opinion that, sho deserv
ed the championship. :
Miss Wntklns, olio or the trachcru
or Puliation Collogo Is proving quite
a social acquisition to Honolulu al
though sho has been a resident of
these Islands for barely a month. Miss
Wntklns Is a tall, slender blonde,
with a brilliant coloring She Is a
San Jose Rlrl mid is planning to re
main In Honolulu for a year.
Mr. and Mrs. John II Hlrhnrilson.
who liavo been occupying tlio W. K.
Ilclllna homo In Palolo whllo tho Hel
lions wero In California, will move,
Monday, Into an attractive huiigiilovv
oi Walalao road, about Twelfth ave
nue, In tho Kiilinuki district Mr
lllchiirdson Is manager of tho A II.
Johanson Mill Company, Ltd. Mr,
and Mrs. lllchiirdson woro former
residents of Santa Ilarbarn, but they
are charmed with tho Islands.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dwlght,
Iiwroy, who hnvo been spending tbp
slimmer nt "Nlnlko," returned to lliclr
town homo Thursday.
Dr. Arthur Ilodglns has rented tho
Douglas Mcllrydo home, nt 10-1 (Irccn,
street, and may negotiate to buy the,
property Major and Mrs. Nevlllo
have been residing In this bouse s'liico,
tho Major has been in command of
Miss Hone wood Is the guest of Mr.
mid Mrs. Fred Wnldron.
(Additional Social on Pago 8) i