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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1911.
(Continued (ram Pago 13)
Mrs. Clifton Carter's Tea.
Ohm nf tho nuirtest society fine
llntiH of tlio week wns tlio reception
ylvm Wcdiitnday nflurnuuii by .Mr.
Clifton Ciiiinll Carter, between the
hours of f i)ii r mid six. Tin- IkhIom'
tnutlipr, .Mrs. Ciilon.nn of ll.iltlmorc,
vfa Hip complimented guest Tlie
Interior of Captain ami Mrs. Cirtni'B
liutiiu un College street was decorated
In root pink ehnsiiitlioiuuiiH all I
pnliii'i. A potty effect was produce I
bv ilr.iulni; tlio lilliiiln mid minis nrtt
Ili'lal lights Tin1 iiumcious e'octilc
tight bulbs weio enveloped -In r i)f
pink hlindui ami I lie slibduu Hull I was
ofTec'llvo and i'iy becoming. The hns
li"M and her guest of Iriinr rori'hul
In the ilrnulntr room. Airs. Mints m
ny Mneimib served tlin r In t lie dlu
li'ij, miipiii :iinl Mra, Nivlli ,1'iiiTd Ion.
Tim li pi tabic at .hlcli them service
women vceip neatcd wns altractlvcl
ilecernled with ron pink elms ii.lho
inmrn. Over tlio conler of tlio talil"
was suspeii led a tllTnuv I imp rati- -i
Ini -villi n l.i-pc tdi.ido if roso pink.
Aim. lames IMward .1. Tlmberl.ike. Ar
ilnii Alarlx, 1'iitnam, I: '.wauls, D'liloi
ll.inil, Wilbur, ii'slstei In III" enter
t.iliiliiont and not vim; o( tlio guests.
monp those prosont wore. Moi
iliinon ilontvoinory Macomb' Wotten.
Neville;, Tlniberlako. Williams, Wlllmr
Wli.dllleld. 1'iall, Putnam. James At
Ki lllioi.y Tutllo, Jnlui S Jiilm un
Hnlid W.ilkor Chil; Cleghorn .Iuiu
Wilder. Kellj IHmllton, (lerrlt Wil
der, l'lancls M. Hw.inzv, WatkliiK W
I . Dillingham, hers. Al. M. Scott Mist
SVnlt. W. Wliltney, Hoy S. Snillh
AHbb Alary Carter. Audiew KiiNei
Klcbahn, Campbell liallcntjiic, flay.
lir, Ncnvcombp, Ijicke, U Tennev
Peck. (leorgu Potter, Alarlx, C'rjine.
Pdwardi. Misses Agnes Walker, Hte
plions. Cooper. Wlnnla, Ueekc, Ales
dames Usbouie Charles Chllllngworth,
Weaver. IX Waterhonse, Cooke. Ilob
dy. Shepherd, Warner. John Klllcntt,
Hiiuibougli, CnnnlnKliain Dan Hand,
Hopkins, A. Dills. Itobortson (2),
Miss Helen Achilles. Misses AlcStoc
Keri2), Mis. P.llzaboth Clmrc'i and
Judge and Mrs. Whltney'.i Dancing
(cneral nnd Mrs. Alontgnniery Ma
comb, Mr ami Mrs. fierrlt Wilder, Ata
or and Mrs Wooton Dr. and Mrs.
Krnest Waterhonse, Captain and Mrs.
Clifton Carroll Carter, Mr. and Mrs
HL. WiBBMfclirtiyrilffi - c , '
' '"' " n "i. mimKmMmmmmMgsBmmmmmimmmmMmmi
(lonrgo Dnvlcs, Mr. nnd Mrs M P.
Prober Mr mil Mrs. Harrv Wilder.
I leiil. ami Mrs. llov Krnnclc Smith
.Mr. nnd Miu. Hairy M Hepburn, Mr
and Alts. Hheedy Air. and M.'s.
I 'Hnmmedleit, Mr alnl Airs Willliiu
l.oe. Air. and Airs. Olson, Alt. and
Mrs. Siitlnn, Al ss Kthel Spil Inc.
Allss Lain a N-itt (n Misses Ko ko,
Miss Kthel Itlahop .Miss Helen A"lill
03, (Invornor 1'io.ir ami AIossih. Sher
wood l.owre.v, Iff loi I Thompson, Al
beit CI it!;, ltl'ph llminer. (Jen. Puller,
Dixon Nott IM. Iledcmniin P. Mis'
and Mont. Audicwj wem emuii-' the
guests who tnjojoil the hm.pltnllty of
.Indue anil .Mm Wlllhm Whlioo at
an liifm mat dancing party that was
given at their home The iloeimloi
vero aitlntlc and ittv. white n set
mil pilms adorned tint pretty I nine.
I. 'iter In the evening ,i InilTot pupper
M'.ls Svvanby's Duffet L'jnclicon.
Twoiitv-lho Kin1!.!' onjovel the hon
tltnlltv or Allsn Nora Kw inliv -if a
buffet luncheon that was Klon Wed
nesday at her home on Colli go HMI.i
'I lie deeoiatloiH wont rallied out bv
moans of puplo Inlets. After the
titucheons much liililh w:r oceinlnu
oil when the IiiimIo'a br nsht out pr-
tables, conslstliu of c.ui.iH, Ii-Mb.
till nips, potatoes, ele. and eae'i Rin-.t
was leipiettoil In diess lliiui li i Mi
ni ed llu'iio pTpcr fo much liiseiidt.
w.im dlsp'.iM'd In the competltl u that
It wan dlMlcult to nwatd Hie piies,
which was done lit llic hostos m tb
er Allss Alurlel Ilowntt won tlio (list
pi lire a handsome pair nf boudoir
sllppois for dressliiR n potati repie
sent a bo) doll Alias Knthcrluc Ste
phens was a close second and m
awanUd a basket of Inlets. Her
handiwork represented n beet, dress
ed as n society woman, In n crepe
paper dress of maine, with touches of
Kreen. Kton the earrliiKS were not
forKOtton which were fashioned out
of fancy Jeweled pins. The vegetables
wore, so cloteily dlsRiilsed, and na
most of them were made to repie
sent dolls. Airs. Krancls AI. Swanzj
who Is always plannlns the comfort
and pleasure of others sent the Im
prculscd dolls to the Salvntinn Armv
home, where they Kladden"d the
lienrts or the tiny Inmates,
Airs. Kdwnrd Julius Tlniborlike,
whoso portrait Is shown on the so
ciety pngo today, Is one nf the most
T J: n2 TAILORED SUITS, PRINCESS-. SKIRTS, INFANTS'
JLlClLllCio VJUUU-0"""orii r.mT.nPF.N'R r.nTWTNa TTnT.nTTTTR a
MUUMUUS A SPECIALTY.
OVERCOATS and RAINCOATS
GENERAL LINE of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
SUSPENDERS, TROUSERS, GARTERS, COLLARS,
popular society women of Honolulu,
imiiI Is a universal favorite ntnoiiR the
nrmy ntid tinvv folk ns well. Airs. Tim-
berlake comes from one of the old-
est families In Nnshvlllo. Tennessee, -
where sho spent her glrlhool dos,
pilor to her mniiliigo to Major Tlin-
bcrlako of the tl. S. Army This
sotinir armv tnntrnn Is not nnlv ne.
roinplMiM and lisantlfnl imt po sea-
fos such n plPiIng poisonalltv that
endears lief to ov'ery one. When Ala-
Jnr Tlnibeil.ike was In cnninun 1 nt
I'm I Hunt, WnshliiRloii I) (' he mil
him wur wuio ic:ioeis in inn uinil'll
VHiliieni) llrliUo Cluh.
Mri. o'ivIWo will eiMoilnlii the vVod
resilay ItildKO Clnli roxl vrok it hoi
Mio Iw'UIHiIj'h 1,'rioi lien.
Tie !i"ct lmpmla.it loeloly "vent of
I'-o rrtiMi'i will l" the lee ptlnii that
li in h" Rhon at Poit Rli.it, vr bv Jin.
Koimedv, wKo of (,jolt ,0Hsenslun nf theli homo on l.tl
Tlie hnuni of the re- l.-iltti elroot. nn,i In :i thoit tluio the
o"illoii ii i o from four to sK; Tiiosdnv
or next week bus been chosen for tho
auspicious occasion The eolin sc'ionio
will be yellow ami rhoii, lU'inoinin
ibrysmiitheniiiiii'i In this ihade ivl'l
bo ueil, to fiiithor tho plan of dooor
ntlons. Mm. Kontiody makes un hie it
hostosn, her rklll In liriiiRliis eon
M'Ulul Jloople nmlor lim bnspltable
mof lias often boon remarked upor
thin 13 one nf the essential I III imiK
Iiir enlortnlnmonts suc(08"ful. end mi
lovnblo, but this point la ofti n over
looked by 'i losa eporleneod bosle1"!
'I lie comlmr fuiu'tlun In boltiR Riven
In honor of Alrn. rrooinah, -iinl ll o
other IihIIph of tho Koioiid lnfaii'iv
whose husbands have boon lecenlly
ordered for duty si Fort i'luifler Ml"
Pioenian, Airs. Ch.iinl oilaln, Mrs,
liaikcr, Mrs Piedoiidall and Mis.
Johnstone, will receive with the host
ess. Alls. Tultle of Knit Do Hussy
and Alts. Schlanser wil! pour the tea
nnd colToo nnd Alrfl (loorRe Dudley
(ii-aham of Schollold llarrncks will
preside over tho punch table. Miss
Marjnrle Allen has been asked to as
sist In the entertainment nf the
Riiests. The Invitational list numbers
nearly two bundled KoIIowIiir Is
the form of the Invitation:
Airs. .Tunica Aladlson Kennedy
Invites )m to meet
Tho Ladles of the Second Infantry
on Tuesday, October tho iwenly-
from four to fI
R S. V. P.
Alfred rustle's Luncheon.
Amongst the daintily appointed
luncheons of tho autumn gcaron was
tho affair given yesterday afternoon
by Airs. Alfred Custle. AilsB Olady,
who is n guest nt tho Hotel Plensnn-
ton, was the motif for tlio entertain-0.
ment. Cot crs were laid for eight, and
(, coor gchenic wns In yellow. Ijirge
r,,.v.nt,,mnm. i ti.t. ghade, vtere
chrysanthemums, In this si.a.ie, v,ere
"Fe(l effectively In the dining room,
Among Mrs. Alfred Castle's guests
were Allss Olady, Airs John Wnldron
Mis. Ouiunv Schaefer, Allss llernlco
Hartwell, Allss Ultr.l Nott, MIes Uor-
"' "iittvvoll, Alias l-ti.j'i '""" V.
" lMcH Achlllei, AIIs Laura ..oU
p.ipcr Wcddlro Celebration.
Mjn.n Irllilrt.i.l .1 l.'f.tl.fini mil II!' IIP 11V
i.il'itl. Uiill .inn.
a c,deVio of Me;., wh. re.uen.b red
that October the nlliet until w n tho
nniilvciBary rf the joun; eoiiileBVvod
dli'K. Mm. KIiiriiImi y niollior, Alir
thin snelal Fiiit.iRiMiioiit tholl Ir.endH
l.l .. I j. .. r.. (li.. numiiir ill fin nf 11
: ... ":,. r:' ,,. :-.;:
Rala occasion. As It was their "piper
wedding," the living loom and d nluR
rnnui weio r'iii I.iiiiIciI with ctuamer-i
of paiur, repreieiillng llouorn and
tiopical Rroens. Tlio line t ible In
tlio dlnliiR mom Iroin vvhleh the "i.iro
lilt". unci .buffet Riikper vvns served
Inlir In the uveuliiit was eoveied with
n chilli nf orqpo jaer enib H'seJ with
ell(iw cbrysaiithumus, the iripklus
wero also nf pipr, doslsned In nrilcn
the chilli. In the e'-'iiter w.-s a lumiuet
of VshuRHy chiysjullieiiiin," made out
or yellow tisane paper The platen
receptacles for bnii-bous nil 1 dolllo.-i
vvuio In 1 apcr. 'I he largi! weddliit!
cake, which later u.ih cut by Iho
"liHdd ut a .veal'' was cliboruleiy dee
oiated with paper llowcis. Shortly
hefoio nine o'clock Lieut, unci .Mis.
Kingsbury weio telephniuM for, tho
message Btntlng that an Important ca
ble hud arrived. The house was dark
but as they cntcicj their hume, tho
electricity was tinned on and their
friends greeted thein. Every one wore
a fancy cap of paper and blew paper
hums and showered the oiiim couple
with confetti and tbcro was paudemo-
nlnii for a fovv minutes. The effective-
iiess of the decorations wero cnlianc-
ccl by tho stringing of myi lads of Jap-
rneso paper lanterns, lighted by wax
tnpers. Anions those who enjojed tills
nlllnno entertalnilient wolo I.lolll. nn.l
Airs. Kingsbury Airs. John 12 llcott.
Captain and Airs. Oa) lor, Lieut, and
Airs. Hoy P. Smith, Alnjnr and Airs.
Neville, Captain and Alts, Mnrlx Air.
and Atrs. Dltson. Air. Illclinrd Wright,
Miss Edith Covvles. Miss K. Stephens,
tho Misses AlcStocker, Lieut, lllalr,
I-lol,t- Bahin. Captain HalRbt and nth-
John Kllleotl was consulted and tlio c , , " "" ,- ", " ... " ", ' " lo"
ile.alls nf the p,.,po'd en.oit Unmeut MlS'.. t f, J"'1'
was kuiU scei.t. l.lui.U Invited , m'm ,, ' aUn ,rirvtl1 lea'
Lieut, a 1 Alra. Itos.s Kli.Rshur to ' ,r"- a.V' C "pbcl pouro.t
.ii M ... ,a ii.v t.ri i mini ".' ttnn. -'la'"ralo1y deemat'd wlfli
" Af'llfliv ollvn.ltlll
Mrs. Frederick Maefarlane'i Luncheon
Tlle ,,rll,So luncheon Hint was Riven
'" llonor of iMr8, Cro"' 'eerdny att-
vrnoolu wns on() ()f (hc 1)onsuru),0 f.
fairs or the week. Among the society
women who motored to the peninsula
and partook of Alts. Alncfarlano's hos-
pltallty were: Alesdamcs Cio t, Jack
UovvFott, A. J, Campbell PrlnccsH Kn-
lanlannole, Lanz, lleunaii KockeV.lln
Ri'iifl, Kinnk Itlohniilson, ic Htickhbte
llriiuo Edwin Pails Hnticburg and
Mrs. Fred Waldron's Tea. ,
in, rini tviiiuiuii fllloriaillOil al a
J ' v "
T XV T!E
Fticst, Allss llonewond nr Auslralln.
Pink cliDsanthcmun and palms n lorn-
lemim. Tho nnselhiiu
lanaln had n tropic il nppe.irnnee, fir
liiliupirnin hani;rii; baskets of ferns
nnd (lotted plants wele In evidence
""". ,if ,c"" i. ve n
touch of color that .iddo.l to tho bedil
ty nf the R.notal'llecol.lllon. Alum!
clxty guests were piesent.
Liilerl iliiiueut :it Art League,
Kllohunii it l.e.ii;i!o
Hip Vim Wlnklci
KcadltiK Mini A,niiu Tiy.lcor
llliii,.iiilloim pif, .ihn (lllinoie
Tuesday Hvonlng, Unlnber'-l, liin
Corn"i fdlllor Pin' l!. leliinla Btr,.
The fotlnvvine (:ivila(loii has been
Tno (liiost'n Jncl.il Club
of the lldval ltiiwallati Hotel
ieiiii".t tho pleasure of your company
on Saturday pypiiIiik, October twen-ty-llrst,
nluoteen hundred and elev
en, at elRlt o'clock.
Itnviil Hiiwuliun Hotel,
Vocal Selections, Cards ;ind Dimclnc
Air. John Kennedy, foimerly n busl-
nessiuan of Honolulu, has arrived
Bafely In Ashlund, Oregon, where ho
lias puiehused the lovely honici of Dr.
Cat son. This lesldenco is surrounded
" " IarBu "reliant of apples, jieucheH
n"u VUlur ,lno brnr,n frult ,rw9-
Tll ,""mo ''' liaudsoinely furnished
" ' , ' ' ""V",K' r- '""
K,'"leJy, Wllo lias boell residing Oil
Twelfth avenue, Kalmukl, will Bull
with her family on the Honoliilan,
en route for her now home In AbIi
lund. Cnptnln and Airs. Kreeninn, the for
mer commandant at Koit Shatter, are
charmed with their new station and
arq cnJoyliiR (ho hospitality of their
mends in tlie service.
r- - 1
- UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, BELTS,
etc. Also, JACKETS and LEGGINGS
COMINGS AND GOINGS ,
OF THE SMART SET
Airs. Walter Cnwlos, wife of A'dinl
lal Cnwlos, has been suffering from .1
rc'vitc attack of dengue fever alicl iijs
bicti tmabto to make any social on'-'
gnRcmeiitB during the week,
Allss Marlon Scott, who liai boon
visiting Mis. .lamps Wilder for' the
past month 011 Mount Tantalus, re
turned lb her home the iliBt'puft of
this week, ' ' ' I
Canon nnd Alrn. Unborno aro )ilap
11I11R n pleasurable European trip that
will exjend over a year. They will
leave llouoluhi on Iho lUtoentlt of this
month. If their pretscnt project Is
curried out, thoy will spend tl.c holi
day seuGon with relatives, in England
Admiral um Mrs. Waller Cowlea havo
leased the Uusborncs' Irautlful homo
on Wilder uvuniio, whlcii they will
occupy alter tjic middle of November.
Aire. Uudolph Perry Scuddcr will
visit Air. and Airs. IMward 11. Illaii
churd while thu Paqltlc Ueot li here.
Atrs. Hcuddqr'a husband is in com
mand of the torpedo boat Truxion.
Mrs. John HI llcott, who lino been
vlaltinK Major ami Mia Itutnbough at
lichenoid Uurracks, returned to town
Weduesduy Aiajor and Mrs. Woolen
were pleasantly entertained on Mount
Tantalus by Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Francis Dillingham. Thu Major 'and
his wife started from town early In
tlio morning, enjoying' the ' tlrWo up
the mountain, and nrrlved at the sum
mit Beverul hours before luncheon. A
delightful outing was experienced.
Air. and Atrs. Walter Dillingham huve
been entertaining In their mountnlh
home, but nil their entertainments
liuvo been of an informal character.
.Mrs. Johnstone, wife of Dr. Jolirf
atone of Kort Shatter, and her niece,
Allss Marjorle Allen, nrrlved this
week and are being accorded a hearty
welcome by their friends. Miss Allen
has visited before with her uncle and
aunt nt Kort Shufter,aiid has a lurgo
circle nf friends in Honolulu,
Tho Hon. KU. Towse returned this
week tri ills home 111 Kalmukl from
tho Queen's Hospital, where ho under
went 11 painful operation a fortnight
Air. and Mr. I Tennoy I'jclc arojt ('! v,
building rn urtlstlc bungalow at Ko-
halt, whcie they will. spend the wumrv f
Slimmer pionthn 'iuid, K(Vo, week-end
panles during, Ibe.vvlntec'.Beaiou. ' '
. ' r " -
MIsb Alice. Coojier looks ;cry Btun- "
nl 11 g driving tier new llupmoblle tun
11 bout that vvns lircsented to her as a
yll'i from l.fcY fnflii'r abofit a foclnlght
t AIb. Walter Frcar, wife of (iovirnor
Krear, ind (he(r ttoo chMdren 110 nx
liected to nrilyo lii Honolulu the first
vc.clc in D9cember, Mrs. Krcar having
cieclded to return to Hits city In time
for the Jiollduy season.
Colonel and Airs. Iliimboiigb, Atrs.
Ciinnlnghnm, 'Mib. Hopkins ami Cap
tain Dun Hand motored Into town
Wednesday from Schollold llarrackn.
The Indies attended tho leccp.loil
that was given on that day by Air 3.
Clifton Carroll Carter. J5K
' Air. nnd Atr. Harold' Dillingham irqia '
ipceivlng tho coiigratulatlonn or tbelrj
ft lends ovof Iho arilvut of a snn, 'Tvuti"
nrrlved In Honolulu Sunday, tcto
I .... btl. 9
Mr and Atrs. Frederick MacfarlftjieM m
and AIIsb Alice Macfarlane aro 'ofjk
Journlrig at their suburban homeAlS
the peninsula. fT '
Kather lloulalian of fcholletd Har-
racks and. Father Valentine aro en-
Joying n well-earned vacation on Mo
lokai, where they havo planned to re'
main a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. fjay, Louisiana sugar
planters, havo been Bpei'idlng a fort
night at the llalclwa Hotel.
Alius Harriet 'Hatch and- Allss Alice
Coolie are vlaltlng on Moloknl at 'the
Cooke ranch. '
Miss Anna Parts has taken a small
house on Hotel street, whore bJio Ib
now, residing. Her book of poem's hns
become very popular, 'not only In Hu-(
wail, but abroad us well. A number;
of favorable criticisms have appeared,'
in the ICngllsh papers. " (
Miss Anna Danford Is still with her
slsfer, Airs. Vincent Kitcat, of Morton,
(Additional SocUl on Pago 8) ,