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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU.DITION), TUESDAY,' JAN. 9, 1912.
UNIVERSITY CLUB TO BE SCENE
. OF BAY BALL ON FEBRARY 16
Cominu Social Event Is Early
HTI Mi: most lirilllntit kp.ih.iii iii.'l'"l'liilii '""I Mis. Caitor, Miss H.mcy
Tnolnlu has cxpeiliuccil fur
wiinc limp, liui been tlu wln -
ioi of lll ..ml Ihc IipkImiIiiu
ir tho vour 11)12 Thorn was
ixpeetod a rGMnliou of gal-
ttos after Oils week, imins to ihoi
Hulling or Ihc Pacific lleot. 'Now that '
; .' . the onleis h.io been changed anil
',!m Hoe' Is to toinnln In llonoliilii for
a " '"oath "r i" longer, tho miliil piil-
"'i t ,jP'il,l'lr f,,r "lc ciihuIiir iiinnlli. will pro-
J f fytialily lie lllloil to ovorflnwliic. tin-1
' . ..
' rtttttnt(iitiitnintit Hi., i i I ....ii.
;r:;"r :':'' ,:i,:r:::!: z
" " ' '"'""J MIM lll
bo Riven hi the eluli Iioiikp oh Frldav,
Krluiurj liiili, mi:!. i:i:ilniralp pi ins
I'l the tva of iloc'irallons -niul ! pio
innto tho cooirort ami pIcnuio of the
guests are being riiriuiilntC'l, .ludgi
William Whitney Is ehulimun nf ihe
'.'all eommltteo, ami Judge. Homy
f Cooper Is ut the bead or the Invita
tional committee. laist yoir's lull
rivaled nn social runctlnn that hmi
ivor been given In the Islands The
ziciuty rolk, or -101)" are niitlrlpjtlurt
his notable eont. As et, ihu dot.illi
of the bull have not boon pl limed, but
It goes without stating that li will bo
on an elaborate scale.
Mr. niul .Mr-. Hepburn'-. II.iiicIiil'
D.uieliiR has been the f.uorilc modo
of entertalnliiR durliiR the nst foil-1
lliullt. TIlPlM llMVl. I.o.il. .IM.i.a..,... '
and elaborate functions Riven, boili
ty tlio service and town rolk, but
mmo of tho d.incliiR panics, hae
proed a sreater social succebs or
bnvo been more onjojod tlum the
ercnins at the Hotljl ilopl.i)by,.Mr.
tnil Mrs. Hurry Martin Hepburn.
Tim hotel was dc orated In palms,
IinmliiMi ami pink Duibess roses Tio
host ami hostess nrrhed in Hie ip-
ceptlon room, which was ornamented
Willi fcilheiy pepper brailelies, tall
tropical palms ami rows. Mrs Hairy
Mailln Hepburn looked stimulus In
ii satin row n in the new simile of
Fiencli Rreen. with an overdress of
black chiffon. The lower poitlnn of
tho lunle was bordered with bands
of Rold. Tho tipper part of the hand
home toilette was trimmed with R.ir
nltuies of real luce, .lai ipilmol nmes
were worn in llio cois.iko, and r.ivo
ii desirable touch or mlor. After the
informal reieptlon iI.iiicIiir was par
ticipated in and continued until the
"wee small hours" llefmn mldnlRht
u ilcllclotis buffet supper was seiw-il
iimler a inarrpien wlileli had been
erected In Hie northeast part of the
spacious Rurdens. The canopy was
festooned with pepper and bamboo;
suspended midst the greener wcio
delicitel colored Oriental lanterns,
contalnliiR llRhted electric liRhts
The elToct was both artistic and beau
tiful. DurlUR the om-iiIiir Kaal's miln
tet club plnjeil for tho danciliR and
ulso dtiriiiR Hie supper hour. Aiiuiiir
Mr. ami Mis Marlln Hepburn's Riiesls
were Mi. David Anderson, Miss
Helm Achilles, Lieutenant S M. An
drews 11'. S. A.I.'.MIss .lean AliRtis,
illss Mra Aiiriis. .Mr. and ills. V.
I). Adams, Mi and Mis S A llald
wln, Mr. and Mrs. V A llaldwlu, Miss
Ilaluntk. .Mr. ami .Mrs Frank lllake,
Mr. and Mrs. It. Ilond, Miss Inua Hal
lenlyne. ilr. and .Mrs. J. Kelly Drown,
Mi and Mrs. Ilnymond C Ilrown, Mr.
and Mis. Arthur IlerR, Mi and Mrs.
Hairy llaldwln. Lieutenant Illalr (IT
S; if. C ), Captain and Mrs C A
ic -LiaiK. .mi ami jus A .1 CmnpnoU, Mi and ills. W L. Whitney, Mrs
L WviZ'Mfms ii i nsfSNit
TmL i at '"'- ium Mtiitmim -' i lrl'i'n jV't. V. , 'T'MinMBIBBBw i"''''' t fSk ' H-1" '$$ I Kfe',
m:-. xjammMmiBi&y mr l1 u1 Lf u l. wb m riifi m amwy
1 H. HACKFELB & CO., ETD. Fort and Queen Streets
Anticipated By Honolulu
'''' Miss Margaret Cation. Mr. ami
,Ml" - Alrr,,l ' "t1o. Mr ami Mik ,
",""1'1 Castle. Mr A I t Chuk Jr.
llllllri1 a"'1 Mrs Cowles, Miss IMIIh
r"nlon- Mr- Alf"'' Cooper, Miss Irene
(.'"om''- Ml Allro l'"l'-- Mr ami
I-"' ''.'"I"''' '' ('"c,il"lr" ' '"I"-.
..nnn .iimi.'iu. v. ihjko, .inss .iinrguici
( ooko, Mr. ami Mrs. I'. MtintiiKiii'
Cooke, .Mr. ami .Mrs. Hlcliaril A.'
Cooke, Mi. ami Mrs. Clarence II.'
Cooke, .Miss Alice Cooke, Mr. and Mrs.
A. M Campbell, Dr. ami Mis. C. II
Cnopoi. .Ml. S. T. I'nrr, Mrs. Klbnbcth!
- - .. ,.ey nci,
ami Mrs CeorRo Carter. Mr.
Ilemy I' D.iimin. Mr. null Mrs. V. V
lUllliiRhaii;. Mi. and Mrs. II. (i. 1)11
HiiRliam, Mi. and Mrs. James 1).
loiiRbert, .Mi. Albeit II. Domlero,
Mi. nml Mrs. John P. Krdman, Cap
tain and Mrs. Kdwards, (lovernor and
Mrs. l'rem. Mi. ami .Mrs. Charles II.
Vni7ler, .Mr. C.eorRo Fuller, Mr. and
Mrs. WRnou, Mi. and Mrs. I. llait
li', illss Cordelia Oilman, .Miss Kath
erlne Cooilale, I)r mid Mrs. Cioss
mmi, Mr. and Mrs. Harold UlfTard,
Captain ami Mrs Clffard C.mno.
Lieutenant and Mrs. 13. It. (iaylor,
.Mis. J. llawes ,lr, tlio .Misses llart
well. Dr. and Mis. .1. lleileinnnn, Dr.
nml Mrs. Ilobdr and slater. Miss Mn-
rtil Itnunll. MIha Allrn UniniKr Mlun '
(liznlii'tli lloppei, I)i. nnd M.-s. C. II.
HIrIi. Mi. ltnlph K. Ilosmor, Mr. and
Mrs. Ch.ules (!. Helscr Jr., Miss Hur
enie IIiiDiii.iii, Mr. and Mrs. Hlcliaril
vers, Mr. and Mrs. 13. Austin Jones,
Mr. and Mis. It. S. Johnstone, Mr. and
.Mrs. Merle M. Johnson.Mt. and Mrs.
Lawrence M. Judd, Dr. and Mrs. Er
nest, Klnloch Joliii8t()iie,(jMlss Allen,
Miss Jessie Kenned, Mr.' and Mrs.
Clifford Kimball, illss Helen Kimball,
.Mr. nnd .Mrs T. V. KIiir, Miss Ilertha
Kopke. JiiiIro ami .Mis. Sclilcn II,
Klnpslitio, l.leulenaiit and ills. Hoss
S KliiRsbuiy, Mr. Walter Kendall,
Mr. and Mrs Nelson 11. LiiiisIiir, ilr.
and .Mrs. A Uwls Jr., Mr. and .Mrs.
C I LiUiiRslon, Mr and Mrs W. A
Loie, Mr. and Mrs. I'. I). Uiwrey, ilr.
OlUer IjiiisIiir, illss Alice Macfar
liuio, Mr. and Mrs. Ailluir ilnrkin
tosh, Ccncral and Mrs. Macomb, Cap
tain and Mis. Marlx, Hon. and Mrs
II ilott-Siulth, Miss .Moore, Mr. ilc
Awi. Dr. and Mrs. II. V. Muriny,
Miss Hello MiCorrlstnn, ilr. Hob Mc
Coirlslon. illss Ldla McStocker. Miss
Julia McStnckor, illss Mablo MeKln
stry, .Major and .Mrs. W. C. Neville,
Miss Helen Ninth, Miss (icraldlnii
Neiinian, ill. and Mis. C. II Olson,
ilr and Mrs L. Teuiiey I'eck, MIrs
MarRle I. I'elorson, .Mr. and .Mrs. T
II. I'eliie, Mr nml Mrs. ii. V. I'msscr,
Captain and Mrs. I'lilnam, ilr. and
.Mrs .lames IMnc, Dr. Call Humus,
Lieutenant Ix-o Halim, ilr. ami Mrs
UiiMawi 13 Scbaefer, illss Marion
Scott, Mr. Ix'sllo Scon, ilr. nnd Mis
J. 13. Hheed, ilr. and Mrs. !'. C.
Smith, Lleulenant nml ilrs. It. F.
Smith, Miss Kthel Sp.ildluR, illss
Katlieiluo Stevens, Miss Kliiora Stur
Reon, illss lllaucli Soper, illss I'
Sopor, Dr. (1. S Sinllh, illss Wllliel
mlua Tcnney, ilr. ami Mis. Frank
Thompson, Miss Anna Tucker, Ad
miral and ilrs. Thomas, Major and
.Mis. Tlniberlako, ilr. and .Mrs. C. C
miii llamm, ilr. and ilrs. Ailhur
Frederick Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Wntcrhouse, illss Margaret Waler
house, Dr. anil Mrs. Watnrhouse, Mr.
and ilrs. John W. Waldron, Mr and
Mis. John S. Wnlkor, Mr. and .Mrs.
C S. WelRht, ilr. Gilford Whitney,
(iarilner Wilder, Mr and Mrs. Harry
Wllilei. Miss ICilltli Williams, ilr. ami
Mrs Wllll.'iin Williamson, ilius Jane
Wlnne, Doiothy Wood, Caplaln and
ills. II I' Wllber, Major and ilrs.
Woolen, Miss llerthn Voiiiir, illdslilp
mnti J W. (laics, illdshipm.iu V. 13.
HaiiRlimau of the If. S. S. .Maryland,
Lieutenant ,W. W. Tomb, Lleulenant
ami Mrs. Itccs, Midshipman J. L. Mel
rim of the U. S. S. South Dakota,
Lleulenant and Mrs. (Ihormlcy, Lieu-temiut-Coinmaudcr
and ills. William
son, F.iisIrii Doey, KiisIrii C. A.
Dunn, FusIrii (I. W. Keii)on, Llcil
tennnl (lay, illdshlpnien J. F. Ixiwry,
J C. TIkiiii. Lieutenant-Commander
W D. Leahy, Llciitenaut-Couiiuamlcr
ilajot, LusIrii Austin T. HeaureRiird,
Lieutenant II. W. Sleele Jr., UnslRii
13 A. Uifimlst, Midshipman F. 0.
Marsh, Midshipman M. S. nonunion,
Midshipman II. II. Anderson, Midship
man I. J. CnkiRhau, Midshipman J. II.
Okie and KiisIrii limit or the II. H. S.
California, Lieutenant and Mrs. W. L.
Calhoun, Midshipman llndson.
.Mr. niul Mr. (.Yrrlt NIilors Ten.
Captain mid Mis. Harlow wcio tho
motir for a beautiful tea that was
r1cu ycsteiday afternoon by r. ami
.Mrs. (lerrlt Wilder at their home.
Tho color scheme for the affair was
pink ami Rrecn. l'lnk roses and hi
biscus formed a conspicuous part In
tho decorative scheme. Palms, potted
plants and lialiRinR baskets were also
uted. ilr. and ilrs. Oerrlt Wilder,
their Riicsts or honor, Mis, Alexander
Campbell and Mrs. James Wilder re
ceived In the diawliiR room between
the hours or four and live. During
tho afternoon Kaal's orchestra fur
nished ecellent music, elmrniliiR the
iibsemhlaRC with their plaintive mid
melodious Hawaiian airs, ltefrcsh
lucnts were served In tho dining room.
Mrs. Francis .Mills Swany served the
coffee and .Mrs. Diehard Ivors and
ilrs. Walter Fiancls Dillingham
pouted tho tea at a table linnilsonicly
decoratcd In pink mid riccii. ills.
(Iaylor nf the Navy, ilrs. ltanny Scott
and Mrs. J. S. Walker took turns
eon Ing punch on the laual. Follow
ing; Is a list of tho young society girls
who I's&Isted in the entertainment ot
tho guests: Miss Wllliclmlun Tcnney,
Miss Nora Swanry. illss Kdlth Cowles,
illss Helen Achilles, illss Katlieriuo
Stephens, illss Laura .N'ott. Among
thoso who accepted the host and host
ess' hospitality wcio Captain and Mrs.
Harlow, (Jovernor Waller Frear, Ad
miral and Mrs. Thomas, JiiiIro and
.Mrs. Sanroid Hallaid Dole, their
liouso Riiest illss Hook, Mr and ilrs
Fiancls .Mills Swanzy, Dr. Hispliano
(P. S. .V), ilr. Swift and Mr. Oray
of Detroit, Michigan, Admiral and
ilrs Walter Cowles, General mid ilrs.
MontRomery Macomb, ilrs. Ilyde
Smltb, ilr. llyiinl lljile-Kmltli, Cap
tain Terliune, ilr. mid ilrs. Hlcliaril
Ivcis, Captain and .Mrs. Clifton Car
roll Carter, Mrs. Frederick William
Coleman of Hallimore, ilr. and Mrs.
Waller Francis DilliuRliani, Mr. and
Mrs. IMwiird Tcnney, Captain Hal
stead IV. S. N.), ilr. and Mrs. 13.
Faou Hihhop, Captain F.llllcott of the
1'. S S. ilniyland. Miss (lay, ilrs.
Helen Noonan, GeiiPral and Mrs. Kd
ward Davis, Dr mid Mrs. (Jeorgo Her
bert, illss Walker, ilr. and Mrs. Har
old DillliiRliam, Lieutenant and Mrs.
(Jaylor, Judgu and Mrs. Ailhiir Wil
der, Colonel Wilder of tho Firth Cav
alry, Captain nnd Mrs. Ailhur ilarlx,
Mr. and Mm. James Wilder, Mr. Harry
ilacfiiilane, illss Million Scott, illss
Ariios Walker, JiiiIro llaitwell, illss
Heinlco llaitwell, illss Cordelia
Walker, ilr. and ilirf. (leorgo Sher
man, ilr Hock, Mr. ami ilrs. J. S.
Walker, tlio illsses Wilder of Scho
lleld Hanacks, Mr. and ilrs. Haiiney
Scott, .Major and ilrs. lMuanl Julius
Tlmberlnke, ilr. Seresolc, Lieutenant
and .Mrs. (la) lor, the Honorable A.
L. T. Atkinson, Lieutenant Andrews
(P. S. A.), the Spanish Consul Arana,
Mr. and Mis, Albert Judd, Mr. nnd
Mrs, William Love, Lloutennnt-Coni-
I minuter Tobey (17. S. N.), Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. il. Dowsett, ilr. ami ilrs. .1.'
,It. (lidt, ilr. and Mrs. Ilemmn Focke,'
Mrs. Mary Wldilllleld, Mr. nnd Mrs.
I Smith, Dr. mid Mrs. Krnest Water
house, illss Gertrude Harding, illss
'Hosier Nlchol, Miss IMn.i Clark of
! Oakland, illss A. Hauling, Judge and
.Mrs. William Whitney, Lieutenant!
ami Mrs. Itoss Klngsbmy, jCnptnln
and ilrs. Wilbur, ilr. nnd Mrs. L.
Tcnney Peck, Judgo and Mrs Seldcn
. Kingsbury, ilrs. L. Newton Lnckn,
Captain uml ilrs. dill (P. S. N.),
Major mid ilrs. George Poller, Mr.
T. Cllvo Davlcs,
' Clark. Mr. mid .Mrs. George Davles,
' Llcutcnuiit Jackson of I,cllchua, Cnp
I tain mid .Mrs. Sturgls. of the Fifth
Cavalry, Count Catiaano, ilr. Italpli
Ilosuier, ilr. and .Mrs. K. It. Slackahlo,
'Mr. mid Mrs. Diehard Ivers, .Mm. Al
exander Campbell and others.
Dinner nil V. S. S. !r Virginia.
The Junior oltlcers of (ho P S. S.
West Virginia entcrtnlncil with an en
joyable dinner on Now Year's I3vc.
Tho dinner was rIvoii on bo.ud tho
cruiser. Hcd loses, red candles ami
suiilax pioduccd an oMpilsile lahle
deem at Ion. Tho place i arils wcio
humt-pnlutcd, depleting young girls of
rorolgn coiiutrib3 clad In their na
tional costume.' During the dinner
hour tho ship's orchestra plajeil en
livening music. After dinner tho
hosts mid their guests motored until
midnight, when they leturned to the
ship and danced the New Year In
and the Old Year out. On this occn
slou Lieutenant ami ilrs James Pino'
chaperoned. Among thoo who com
posed tho party weio illss Case, Miss
llabcock. Miss Alice Coopei, Miss
Ilockwell, illss Irene Cooper, Pn-j
signs Uignu, Thorn, llusxelt, King- mm wmm --
limn, Tralii, TJiomns, Mullendy and. ""
tho two chapvioncs. ' I In tho drawing room, midst an enrlr-
jniimcnt of pink and gicen. Delicious
Judge and Mrs." Dole's Luncheon, I reficshmenls wcio served In tho illn
Aniong the nolalilo liincheuis or the ,nR r()om, ilrs. James Wilder poured
week, was the function glon Tliurs- tea at a table, fraRrant with ..pink
day nftcinoon by Judge and ilrs. Duchess roses. Among the guests In
Snnfiiril Ilullaril Dole. Admiral South- licit to meet ilrs. Clay were Mrs.
jrland was tho guest of honor, being Wnlter Francis Dillingham, ilrs. Tur
dii old friend of ho host and hostess, nor, Ianly Heron, ilrs. Stanley, Mrs.
fho table at w.hlcli tho luncheon was Ijinge, Mrs. Cockbiirn, Mrs. L. Tin-
scrveit was itecoratcd Willi cut glass
vases mien wiiu pink and wlilto iocs.
Low baskets II I let! with Hawaiian
lriius wcio placed alternatlngly with
tlio vases, thioiiRh Hie center or tho
long luble tho combination, rcsultc?
in an artistic and iinlctlo effect.
Among those seated nt tho handsome
lanio were .nulgo and Mis. Sanlord
Hallard Dole, Admiral Soulhorland,
uapintii Henncll or tlie U. S. S. South
Dakota, tho Hon. and Mrs. Krnest
Mntt-Smllli, Major and ilrs. Kdvvnid
.Minus Tlmborlake, Dr. nnd Mrs. Wll-j cheon
Hani Ilobdy, Mis. Hcruleo Wallirlilgu ilr. and Mix IIpiiJiiiiiIii I' Dilli.ng
nml Lieut, and ilis. Ghoimloy. I ham's luuelieoii at tho llaleiwa Hotel
Miss Helen Rockwell's Swimming Par.
Among the Informal affairs nf the.
week was mo iniNinllglil fcwltiimlng
miry mat was given on Woduesda
ny .miss ueicn iioekwcii nl tho Homo
or Mont, and Mis Pratt's at Walklki,
.iner an ciijoyauio swim ill ino oiiny
loop, a dialing dish suppur was scrv-
wl later in tlio evening, nt a table
iocoi.iiciI in hiiusta daisies and laeo
ferns. Among Ihoso prcsrnt besldo
tho young hoslcss was illss Case, illss
""" .vuin-i, .hikh iiaiirucK, i.iuiic Bugar nun mill gieat Interest was
ml Mis. (Icnilil Johniion, Lieut, and evinced In tho piocosa of sugar mak
Mrs. Piatt, Lieut. Thomas, l.leul. Ing. On arilvlng at llalolvva n dell
Thoiti, Lieut. Logan, Knslgii Prjor tlous liincheou was senod on tlio li
aml Lnslgu Wollonily. , mil. oveilooking the sea. Tho Ilovvoi-
! 'UK lioiiganvlllo.i vine in.nlo an at-
Mrs. Eckart's Tea. 'tiarllvo ornamentation for tlio tablo.
Fiom 1 to (i, ilis. Cliailos Kekart .Mr. and ilis. llenj.imlii Dillluglinui
enleilaliieil nt u tea, Tuesday after- who mo such perfect hosts, ami hos
noon, In honor of her mother. Mis. less can bo congiatiilatcd on such a
Clay, who has been visiting tho hos- successful clay. Among ilr. and Mis
less for tho pubt tliico months, ilr. Dillingham's Riiesls wcie Admlial and
ami .aiis, Hciiart'H homo was tasteful-
y uceoiaieu wnn pink roses, manieii
hair feiu and Kentlu palms. Tho hos-
.toss mid her Rtiest of honor received
ncy Peck, ills. L. Newton Locke,
Mrs. William Ilobdy, Mis. Warner
ilrs. Williams, Mrs. Shepherd. .Mrs
Agoe, ills. King, ills. .Ionian, illss
Jordan, .Mrs. Jmnes Wilder, illss
(Jueen Jordan. Mrs. It. Sl-ickable, Mrs
(Uriioiix, Mis. Haiobl Ilaysclden, Mrs.
I'cnniocr, Miss Josephine Soper, Mrs.
Judd, ilrti. 1'r.ill, Mis. lloyal n. Mead
Miss Hlanclio Sopor, illss Tucker and
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Dllllngnfm'.s Lun.
.in Wednesday In honor or Admlial
and ilrs. Thomas, Admiral Souther'
land, Captain and Mis. Ilnrlovv and
other captains of Ihu warshlns. was a
Krent success, ilr. and ilrs. Hilling.
ham met Ihelr guests nt tho entrance
)f the railroad station, where Ihelr
private car eoncPd tho distinguish
en party with ease and roiurort to
theld dchlluallou hlnpplng at the Uw.i
Mill In older that tho perfect sys-
leni prevailing In that modem mnn
iter pleco of steel could bo observed.
Most of tho guests had never seen
Captain and ilrs. Ilar -
i,t ltu u.x.i.....i ii.ii i
low, .ludgo and ilis, Sanlord Hallard
Dole, Captnlu and Mrs. Clifton Cnrrnll
Caller, Cnptaln KHIcotl Captnlu Ilal -
ci-'1 viiw"v -s-- p-aw i
Cminlliig Life a precliuiK prhllrge,
Calling mil all Ihiuidil of Cure,
Sowing -I'l'ils of lane nml hhiilnrss
Ncallerlni; .Sunshine nerjnlirre,
(limbing, rlliuhlug, cicr rllmhlng,
I'p the miMinl nf Heller Things,
cnr mliiitlng for u iiioment
W'nrrjN lloiils or Trouble's lllags,
l!,t i.i k J ,K t. . i yi
Kei'iiini; mitrlt upon (he Master,
Treading some limes where He trod,
Helping lirre ami there ti. little,
In the World-march np to (led.
Blead, Dr Illsphano, General and Mrs.
Montgomery Macomb, Cnplilu anil
Mjs. Gill, Mrs. Alexniiiter Gilchrist
llawes, Jr, Mr. ami Mrs, Horner or
Hawaii, .Mrs. Clay, Mrs. Pcliail., ilr.
nnd Mis. Waller Francis Dilllnglum,
Atr mill Mrs. Ilarohl Dtlllnglrini, (lov-J
ornor Walter Ficar, Mr. Harry Gay
lord add Captain Terhuue, U. S. ii. C,
Admiral Thomas' Luncheon.
On Tuesday Admiral Thomas gavo,
n formal luncheon on board Ihc Mag
ship, ids olllcial farewell to his Ho
nolulu friends. Tim Riicsts of tho Ad
miral wero Governor Frear, Judge
Dole, Admiral Soiilhcrlaud, Admlial
Cowles and tho Admiral's chief of
stuff, Coiumaiidcr Tcrhuno; General
M. M. Macomb and chief of staff, Cap
tain Carter, ilr Colbiirn, Mr. Dilling
ham, Mr. Walter Dillingham, Major
Tlmberlnke of Fort Kitger, Dr. K. K.
Johnstone of Foil Shaftnr, and Major
Neville, commauilant of tho ilarlno
Corps. Tlio gnosis assembled on tlio
ipuirler deck at I o'clock precisely
.iikI il was past half past thico before
the party broke up.
Dellnltn news has been received
that tlio IT. S. It. C. Thetis Is sched
uled to ball fiiim Seattle, Wash., on
tho 1.1th or this month. In that raso
Miss licuo Cooper ami Lieut. Hugh
itnhluson will bo married cither the
last of this inoiilli or tlio first week
in fcchruury. The wedding Is to tako
aco In St. Andrew's Cathedral and
sonio surprises in tlio way or decora
tions are being planned. Illshop Hon
iy llond Ilcstatlck will olllclate nt tho
wedding nnd Judgo Henry Cpopor will
Rive his ouug daughter Into tho care
of her rututo husband. Tlio gioom
will bo attended by Mr. Walter Ken
dull or tho Henry Waterhuuso Trust
'lomp.iiiy. ilrs. James Pino, tho twin
sister of tho prospective brtdCj will act
as inatrou or honor and Mls's Allro
L'oonor will ho tlio bridesmaid. Thero
Jmay bo a number or (lower girls, but
,i . - ...Ji , i...-e!'..
iss yof they have not been clmseii.
Afinr hn ,irlvni ,if tlm Tbetls. t.lnbl.
Hoblnbon will select lihush'efs. This''
coming event will ho one or tho so
ciety events or the season.
(.'eneral ami '.Mrs, Muromli's Dinner,
Thursday evening General ami ilrs.
Montgomery Macomb entertained with
eighteen covers at dinner In honor
of Captnlu and Mrs, Harlow ot tho
United States Navy. A profusion of
pink roses arranged lu silver vases
made nil oxiiulslto tablo ornamenta
tion, ui tho center or the tablo was
a Tiffany lump, shaded with a rosa
pink shade. Sliver candlesticks In a
colonial design, holding rose pink
tapers, added to tho beauty ot tho
hnndbomoly appointed dinner. Tho
eighteen places wero designated by
liand-pnlutcd place cauls or dainty
Japanese, women In their national
costume. Among General mid ilrs.
Macomb's guests were Captain and
Mrs. Harlow, Mr. and ilrs. Waltor
Francis Dillingham, Captain ami Mrs.
CI Word Canoll Carter, Mr. mid Mrs.
Gcrrlt Wilder, Mr. and .Mrs. James
Wilder, Dr. Dlsplum, Lieutenant An
dews, Captain and Mm. Arthur Murlx,
Mrs. Ilydc-Smlth nnd Mr. Harry Mac
farlanc. Luncheon Club Entertained.
Thursday afternoon, Miss Julio Mc
Stocker entertained tho Thursday
Luncheon Club at her homo on Liiii.i
lilo street, Tho club is composed of
ulna members, as each hostess Is pri
vileged to Invito Riicsts, Miss Mc
Stocker Invited Miss Helen Ninth,
Mrs. Gcrnld Johnson, and Miss Helen
Ilockwell to paitjclpato In tho' affair.
The tablo was attractively decora 'I'd
with yellow coreopsfs ami maiden hair
rem. Tho place cards wnn Inscribed
with tho hostess monogram In gold.
After luncheon novel al pleasant hours
wero spent on tho Intuit In micI.iI "chit
chat." Among those pichcut wero
Miss Julio ilcStocker, illss Kdllli
Cowles, illhs Kallicnno Stephens,
Mrs. Itoss Kingsbury. Miss l.vill.i ilu-
siockor, Mis. Hoy FranIs Smith,
Mrs. (iaylor, Mrs. Gerald Johnson, ilrs
Pratt, Miss Allca Cooper, Miss Helen
Rockwell and Miss Helen North.
Mr. and Mrs. Tenney's Dinner.
Among tlo liolablo dinners or tho
lycck,. was tho function given Tues
day evening by Mr. and .Mrs. lilward
r"T6nney-. Tho twelve envoi s wero
.tiarkci) vtltti cttniliiite hand-p'ilulo I
Idaco cards, attorned witli polnsottas.
Tho guest cards liarninuUod with tlio
,'loral decorations, ilf bcailet andgicen.
tfunicrohs polnsettus wcio banked lu
llio centei or tho table with ucccs.
miles of laro fern itm) siullax. Sil
ver candlo Btlcks shaded with red
thndes wcio aillblleally placed on tlio
tablo and shed u soft and becoming
t,low over tho assembled guer.ls. At
tho conclusion or tho dinner llio par
ty moloied to tho iloana Hotel, whoro
(hey enjoyed tho olllcers' ball, that
was given on that ovcnlng by tho
Mei chants' Association. Among Mr.
and ilrs Tonnoy'B guests wore tho
guests of honor, Captain mid Mis.
Harlow, ilr. and Mrs. Itlchnrd Ivors,
ilr. and Mis. Geirlt Wilder, ilrn Ho
leu Noonan, Mis. Hydo-Smllh, pay
master Kobby ami Dr. IJlspliauo ot
tlio II. 8. S. Maryland,
The rionil Parade helps Honolii.
la's business, Ilu jou want to help J
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