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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1912.
Ki Jafl rpl ' limn, Mr
ia5rl 8 Mr. 12. I
Mr. iiml Mr. IV. V. Dillingham's Din. Miss (Icnildlno Nciininn'i Dinner. Mrs. Katon of Halt Francisco, Mrs. car McCorrlston, Watson lliillHiitne,
ncr. I Among the pretty entertnlnmenls! Frank Itlchardson, Mrs. Arthur l)j- Cyril Hooks, Frank Hooks. .Malcolm
Contain mid Mrs. Sturges, who nro taut took plnce on St. Vnlehllne'H Day vltlson and Mrs. Monger of California. 'Tuttle, Klbert Tuttle, Kdwln (llbb,
such universal favorites In society, was the dinner given by Mlsa Gerald-' Oswald Stevens, Alex. Anderson, Char-
have been the motif for several enter- '' Neumun. MIsb Ktbel lllshop was Mr. TlinbcrlnkcN llrldiro I'nrlj. lie Lucas, Kuton Magoon, D.ui Hlcker,
tnlnmcuts durliiK their short visit In the complimented guest. The ap-l . On Thursday, February the twenty-' Harold Kerr, Joshua I'nitt, Win Mor
Honolulu. Last ev'enlilg. Mi1, nnd Mrs. Mutuants of the dinner were ljoautl-' nlntli. Mrs. IMwnrd Julius Tlmberlake gnu, II. Morgan, Vernon Teiiney, (I.
Walter Francis Dillingham entertain-.fill ulid the culor scheme was scarlet I will entertain ut bridge at herbome I'odmorc, A. I'odmore, C l.lttlejolin.
eil at dinner In their honor. The ten
tuvois wele marked with attractive
guest curds and the beauty of the table
decorations were accentuated by a
profusion of roses. After dinner the
party motored to the University Club,
where, they participated In the ball,
which was one of the social successes
of the season. Mr. and Mrs. Wulter
Francis Dllllhgliam's guesta Included
Cnptnln and Mrs. Sturges of the Fifth
Cavalry, Judge nnd Mrs. Arthur Wil
der, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dillingham,
Ms. J. S. Walker and Mr. William
Mr. and Mrs. George Unites Dinner.
"The Dingle," the uttrnctlve home
of Mr. und Mrs. Oeorge Dnvles was
the setting for u handsomely appoint
ed dinner. The function was given
last evening, prior to tho University
Club hall. Covers were arranged for
ten, ut ii circular table abloom with
cut tlowers mid maiden liulr ferna.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
George Davies, Mr. and Mrs, Itlchnrd
Ivcrs, Mr. und Mrs. Ilnnnle Scott, Kx
Governor and Mrs. George It. Carter,
Mr. Harry Macfarlano und Slgnor
Alalia, the Spanish consul.
JINi IMIIh Cuttle Ten.
Miss lMlth Cowles, entertained In
formally nt n four o'clock tea Thurs
day afternoon. Most of the guesta
brought dainty bits of needle work und
spent an Industrious as well as a plea-
surable afternoon. The nonular voune
tioplcal plants and maiden hair ferns,
hostess poured tea on the lanal that
was prettily decorated with potted,
Amniig those present were Miss Kdlth
Cowlcs, Mrs. Calhoun or the If, 8.
Navy and her sinter. Miss Fthel Spalrt-
lug. Miss Julie MeStocker, Mrs. itoss
Kiugshury, Mrs. Harry Murlln Hep-
burn, Mrs. Harry Wilder, MIkb Lydla
MeStocker, Mrs. Hoy Frnncls Smith, orchestra pluyed excellent tnusle. Aft
MIbh Kntherine Stephena and others, er dinner dancing was enjoyed on the
Mr. mid Mrs. Mead's llrldge .Supper, the dinner were Mlsa Myrtle Scliu
Tuesday evening, Mr. und Mrs. It. D. mm- Ml8H Martha McChcsney, Miss
Mead eiilertulned ut u bridge supper Dorothy Wood of New York. Miss He
In honor of Mr. und Mrs. Winifred I1'" Spalding. Miss Mclnnon, who Is
Ilabbltt who have recently returned Biiest ut the Monnn Hotel, Mldshlp
fiom tlie Orient. After n delightful "" t'1"'1', Mhlsblimian O'llrlen, Mld
evenlng demoted to "bridge," suptier shlpmun Ware, Midshipman MarBh,
was sered in the dining room nt two Midshipman Anderson, Midshipman
tables, artistically decorated with Calahnn und tliu two chaperones. Mrs.
Shasta daisies. Among those who ('" Bcluimuii und Mrs, Churles Wood
weie present were the following' Mr.
mil Mrs. It. D. Mend, their two uucsts Mrs. MrSlurkerN l.uurlieon.
r lin,ir Mr nil. I Ur WlnUr..,! II, ill.
bill, Mr. und Mrs. I). Howurd Hitch-
cock, Mr. 'und Mrs. Wlllnrd Drown,
Judge nnd Mrs. Wllllnin Whitney, Mr.
mid Mrs. Sutton, Mr. und Mrs. Sin-
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Kienuisi, ur. uuii ivirs. Ariuur nou-
gins, Miss Carter, the Hon urn Mrs. ellow coreopsis, white imirguerites
Krnest Mott-Smlth, Mr. und Mrs. ,WII- and lace ferns. The surface of the ta
Ham Ixive, Captain und Mrs. Wilbur bio was covered with u largo centor
ol Fort linger und Mr. and Mrs. piece of Cluny lucu with smull dollies
Chailes Weight. to match. A largo cut glass bowl,
filled with daisies and coreopsis wus
Major mill Mrs. Tlinberlnke's Dinner. Plnceil on tho exquisite bund made
Thursday uveiilni!. Muter and Mrs. center-piece. The pluco cards were
d Julius Tlmberlake entertained
Ight covers nt a dinner that was
planned complimentary to Mujor
Mnuldln. Insnectiir Gcnoral. who wus
a passenger on tho transport Sheridan eon, this ubsorblng game was enjoy
en louto to tho Philippines, where a ed. Among Mrs. F McStocker's guests
tour or Inspection Is to bo made. Mu- wero Mrs. Uirrln Thurston, Mrs. Ilen
Jor nnd Mrs. Tltnberlake's entertain- ry Frederick Wlchmun, Mrs. Peurson,
incuts uro especially pretty and Mrs. Zeno K. Myers, MrB. K. K. I'ux
Thursday's nfTalr proved no exception ton. Mra. Frank Itlcliardson, Mrs.
to tho rule. The dining room and dlu- Theodore Lansing, Mrs. Kmll Wuter
ner table were profdsely decorated mun. Mrs. A. Ilumphieys and Mrs.
with pink roses. A fancy basket, fill Kred Smith,
ed Willi rosea and inulden hair ferns,
formed tho tnblo decorations. Accea- Llciil. and Mrs. llirlhorK Dinner.
series of silver candle sticks, holding Keen disappointment has been ex
pink wuxeu tupera, Bhaded with rose perlenced by the guests who were to
pink shades added beauty to the table, have enjoyed the hospitality of I.lut.
Smllax and broad pink satin ribbon and Mis. Derthof, that was to have
was artistically Introduced and fiiith- been given last evening. Tho plan
ered tho effectiveness of the decora- was to have the dinner precede tho
tlous. After dinner thu urty motored University Club hull, the dinner was
to the Monuu Hotel, where they en- to have been given on the 1 1. S. S.
Joyed tho "Service hop." Colorado und Inter the host, hostess
nnd guests were to have entertained
Mr. mid Mrs. Illt-lnirdxiii Kiilcrtiiln. the ball given at the University Club.
Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frunk account of the ships being ordered
Hlcluirdson celebrated their sdven- to sen, the dinner was iiostponed.
teeiith unnlvursury. On this auspicious
occasion, fourteen friends were Invlt- Miss Marguret Watcrliunse's Luncheon
ed to celebrute the buppy event. Tho Violets and pink loses were the
decorutlous of pink roses were oxcep- (lowers that were chosen to ornament
tlotially pietty. After dinner the form tho tuble. when Mlsa Marguret Water
ol entertainment wus "bridge." Those house entertained at liincheou, Tins
pieBent besldo the host und hostess day ufternoon In honor of Miss F.thel
wero Mr. und Mrs. K. Kuxon lllshop, Bishop, who left a fow days Inter for
Mr. and MrH. J. M. Dowsett, Mr, und her homo In Cullfornlu. MoBt of the
Mih. Fiedorlck KIcbahn, MrH. Alox- gnestB were old schoolmates of thu
under J. Campbell, Dr. und Mrs. Ar- Buest of honor. Among those present
tliur llndglns, Mr. Harry Whitney, were Frank Thompson, Mrs. Itlchurd
Miss Murguret Wulker and Mr. und Cooke, Miss Adelaide Harding. Miss
Mr. Illuurliard's Luncheon.
A luncheon of note wus given Wed
nesday ut the University Club by Mr
1'dward lllanchurd, Mr. George Donald
who Ib pieHldent of the North Vukltnu
Itnllrnnd, was tho guest of honor. Mr.
Donald uml his family who uro Bjiend-
lug the winter lu Honolulu are old
friends of Mr. und Mia. uiancnuru
Among the distinguished guests pro- c
sent' besides the host und'the honored
Kiiest were (loveinor Wulter Frear,
Hon. Cecil Ilrown, Mr. W. F. Dllllng-
Cobiirn, Mr. A. Lewis, Jr,
Spalding, H. 1J M Consul
and green. A profusion of red hearts ut Fort linger. The distinguished ' H. (uur. Jack Molr, John Mooi e, llob
Varying In size were used on the tn- guest of honor on this occasion will Thompson, Win. I'aty, John Ashley,
ble und throughout the dining room I ''" Mrs. Chauncey Thomas, wife of Grant Marsh, Donald Lewis, Win In
Tho bon bons and dinner favors were Admiral Thomas. This notable social man, Clarenie While. F. Cooper, Les
nll heurt shaped. The place cards gathering will not be n large one ,.y Wlshnrd, Charles llreiiham, John
were Vulentlncs, arranged on stand- If the present plan Is carried oul.Wntt, Ted Cooper, llert Clark,
orda representing cunning Cupids with there will be four tables of bridges. I '
bows nnd nrrows. The renter of the The Me, Jordan Entertain,
table was banked with double lilbls-i Ciiptaln lliiMcmlN I.iinrlirnn. I An informal tennis lea and bridge
cus In n scarlet hue. Saucy little I Mrs. Schwcrln o! Sun Francisco was , inrt.. wnj, KVen Thursday afternoon
Cupids were placed amongst the How-1 the guest of honor last Saturduy nt i hy t, jfls,.s Jordan at the Niiiiiiini
crs, producing a novel effect. Among a luncheon given on board the I'. S. 8. viillfi home. The prizes were' dJlnt
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Tetincy, .Miss Violet Mnkee, Mlsa He
len Achilles, Mlsa llattlo Lucas and
Miss Edith Williams, Mr. George Can-
uvurro, Dr. Chambers of the U. R. S
Glacler, Lieut. Hugh Hoblnson of the rose pink shaded lent an additional ' nlH- A'""K the Mlscs Jordnuii
U. 8. H. Thetis, Lieut. VutlKlinn of touch of color to the decorative K'"'Ih were Mrs. W. Smith, Miss
Fort lluger, Mr. Walter Kendall, Mr. bchemc of pink und green. The plate Huth Mills. Mrs. II. Htackable, Mis
Ouy Miicfarlane and Mr. George Full- cards Wele unique und pretty being Myrn Angus. Miss Maud While, Mrs
er. I photographs of the IT S. S. Virginia. Harold Hayscldcu, Miss Joycphluc So-
Some of them depleting Interior views per. Miss Lucks, Mrs. W'llherspoou,
Dinner Dance on U. H. S. California. of the ship, while others were Bketches ' Miss Murgaiet Cation, Miss Adelaide
Delightful in every respect was the "' the exterior. Those who partook I Harding, Miss Ger rude Harding, Mlsy
"dinner dance" that was given on Sat- "r Captain Halstead'H hosoltullty were Hialr, Miss Itennle Cation MUs lluw
urduy evening by the Junior olllcerB of Mrs. Schwerln, Mrs. Il)de-Smlth, Mrs. I ,,(1, .tKH Horner. Miss Ktlml Angus
the U. S. S. California. Mrs. Charles
Wood of Now York and Mis. Sclm-.'. Clifton Carroll ( arter, laptaln
man were tho chnpcroneB. The din-,'""' Mrs. Douglas of the U. 8. 8. Olu
ner was served In the Junior mess cler, Admlrnl Southerland, Mr. Stnch.
room. The table decorations were!'"1'' ''Ieut. Comdr. Major, U. H. N
nliihnriiln nnd vnrv utt rnntfvn 1ml m ' Www
carried out in punsles, yellow chrysan-
theinums, smllax und maiden hulrl
ferns. The dinner favors were lels, Henry Afoug entertained nt u Chinese
composed of punsles and mulden lialr.illnner, that was glen ut their home
ferns, which were worn during the1 on Alexander street. A hand embrold-
dinner. In the center of the large ta-
ha were' cut gluss bowls tilled with
yellow chrysanthemums and Austru-
Han inulden liulr ferns. Tho sliver
candelabra were shaded with shades,
to match the central decoration. The
hand-painted place cards depicted Orl-
entul scenes of travel. During the
elaborate und Jolly repast the ship's
quarter-deck. Among those present nt
TliR lirl.hr.. Ililwlu'lill lllvi.M veulnnlilv '
afternoon provided much enjoyment
for tho friends who were Invited to
participate In the nffalr. A doen
ers encircled the highly polished clr-
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cuiur luuie, which was uuoriieu wiiu
hnnd-palnted with n floral design of,j myriads of brilliantly
yellow coreopsis. The hostess and terllles of nil sles, re.
!t guests uro partial to "bridge" aft
or the elaborate und enjoyable lunch
M. Wilcox of Kauai, Mrs. George ls
enberg, Miss .Marlon Hiivllutid, Miss
Catherine Goodnle mid Mian Dorothy
Mrs. Frederick Daman's Luncheon,
Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Fredetlck
Damon entertained Infoimully ut a
"bridge luncheon" that was planned
In honor of Mrs. Ilnhln, wlfo of Lieut,
Comdr. llabln or tho l'. H. Navy The
charncter of the entertainment wub a
weto pink roses ami inulden hair pin, MIsb M Cliupln, Miss C Ashley,'
feins. After tllllu the reinaliider oflMUs I'atlittr White, Miss U. White,
r-v ri .. m c
MJ M fVN mfv J
the afternoon was devoted tn eards
Among Mrs. Frederick Damon's uuestB
"were Mrs. Harold Glrfnril. Mm. Ar-
! tliur Modulus, .Mm. Unblli. U S. N..
'Z , , V...IH..U. Mm.ieuu.
iThe elaborate function was served In
the captain's cabin, which was ex
quisitely decorated with pink chrysan-
f liuminita Tin, itMlMfhil tlvlit uli.i.l l.i'
im,.,v ,.,iiiin. ul.lel. w... Kfi..,.,l i,v!
.Miner, miss i-eterson, Lnpiain iinu
Mr. mid Mrs. II. A fang's Dinner,
Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs.
ered cover of grass cloth, designed I
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loiind table. Flowering Chinese III-
lies were banked In the center of'the
table. The dainty viands consisting
of Oriental food wero served on u com
plete service of Canton clilnu. The
i.l.... ...ii-.lu u.ur.i Imtiilafnilnti.it flil-
nese women utllred III their national I
costume. Among tho host und hostess
guests were Mr. und Mrs. Walter Mac-1
furlane, Dr. and Mrs. George Herbert.
Mr. und Mrs J. M. Itlggs. Mrs. F.d
ward Tonnty, Mrs. Helen Noonati, Mr.
Clarence Wuterman und Mr. Wurren
ot the Lurllne.
Mr. V. Tennej's Dancing Tiirlr.
One of the prettiest dancing parties
of the season was given last evening
by Mr. Vernon Teiiney ut Ills home on
I'eiihacola and l.uuulilo streets. Tho
lower Moor of this beautiful house was
canvassed and converted Into u ball
rOOIIl. TIlC HlincloUS rOOIUS Cllll be
thiowti Into one, consequently the
home prow-dun Ideal place for a dance.
cov-lThe drawing room and dining room
wero garlanded with trailing nastil
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Hundreds of blossom ,
were utilised In this unique und of-
r..ciiv., ileennitliin. I Iaiiulni; baskets i
or Itoston ferns mid nsparagus vines
were suspended from the celling. Thu
nustiirliiiiis were festooned from the
chundellers, strands of the (lowering
vines wero caught here and there
amongst the basketH of greenery. The
prettiest effect of ull wus pi minced
sting on the
(lowers. They were so life like mill
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cleverly designed that the Impression
then wiib that these glittering In
sects had flown tluough the windows
und alighted upon the (lowers. The
long gilt mirrors In the drawing mom
were garlanded with the iiasturlums,
the looking glasses reflecting the tlow
ers und butterflies, lletween the arch
ways, connecting the different room
were suspended baskets In quaint
Shanes, tilled with tlowers. Tho music
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poill'U initio Ulltl IMIlllin, iiiu nillll-
way leading to the dtesslng looms
wero banked with ribbon bamboo and
potted plulits. In tho different nooks
und corners were urrunged gigantic
palms thut gave u touch of tropical
tiess to thu decorutlous. Kani'H Ha
waiian orchestra was stationed In the
music room, where they discoursed
music for the dancing. During the In
termission of the dances u promenade
wus enjoyed either on the spacious
lawn, or tho lurge Iannis. In ull of
the rooms French windows connect
with tho verandas which tend to make
the house delightful and cool. During
the evening u fruit punch wus served.
At half after ten n delicious buffet
supper was served at Binall tables that
were arranged on tho lawn, Japaneso
lunteniB containing electric lights
were placed through the tieon or hung
from tho pulms, producing u pretty
effect. The supper was served from u
long tuble garlanded with llowers, Aft
er the elaborate repast dancing was
resumed mid continued until midnight.
I lie following guests weto present
Miss Ituth Soper. Miss ltoslo lleibert, i
Miss Francis Cousins, Miss M. Sclill-
matin. Miss II. Spalding. Miss II Mc-1
Lean, Miss I). Wood, Miss M. Wadman.l
Miss M. Chapln, Miss M. Iteslarlck, I
Miss Dolls Tuylor, Miss Mnybelle Tuy
lor, Miss Dorothy Guild, Miss F. Mur
phy, MlB8 Martha McCliesney, Miss 11.
Dockland, Miss Fanny Hoogs, Miss
Alice Hoogs, Miss M Thurston, Miss
II Jones, Miss M. Jones, Miss Phoebe
j Carter, Miss Violet Lucas, Miss Carrol
iiw, miss i;. low, .miss c tittuiau
Mlsa II Gear, Miss Ituth Johnston,
Miss Dei nice llalstead, Mlsa M, Chu-
Miss llutli Denton, Miss Inn Ferguson,
Mian K. Woods, Miss j. I.uciib, MIbb
M. Freeth, Miss K. Wlchtnuii, Mian
llutli Anderson, Miss Kmlty Magoon,
Miss Sybil Winter, Miss Kdean Winter,
MIbs V. Stoever, Miss Thelnin Parker,
MIfb Jessie Kennedy, Miss Violet Ma-
kee, Miss T. Neumann, .Miss II North,
Miss Mina, Miss V llucklund, Miss II.
I.ncns, Miss Mannle Sehruder, Miss
Alice Hendry. Messrs. Allan Kenton,
Charlie Herbert, W Schumann, W
Tlinlierluke. ('. Stevens. Jmk (Itnird.
Jack (lull, Dickson Nott, Wulter
Cowles. F.d. Klttn. Itevnnld MrRrew.
Ilnndnli.h Hitchcock. Win. Illtrlirnek.
Mnrston Cnimiboll. Porcv Nottniie. Os-
, ,irety. Miss llutli Mills won the
bridge prize, a gold basket tilled wl It i
purple violets, ami Miss Kthel Angus
won a delicious box of bonbons, which
the trophy or the winner at len-
arcf Mrs. C. W. C. Deerlng'i
Tomoiiow evening Mr. und Mrs. C
W. C. Deerlng will entertain at :i
huge dinner that Is to be given at
their home on Kluau stieet.
Mrs. J. F. C. Hagens' Bridge.
Mrs I P. I' MlL'i'ln ulll xliti'i ImIii
, -LjitlKe" tm Tuesday of nexl week.
ir. Ilaeens' affairs an utwiis en-
Joyuble and the coming eulerluiuuieut
Is being anticipated.
Mr. Paul lienberg'i Stag Dinner.
Mr. I'.nil Iscnberg entertained nt '
H!'K ,lll"lt''- Satnrd.iy evening that
w ! '' honor of Mr. HacKfeld
The table was handsomely decorated
with American llcauly roses und Aus
tralian maidenhair ferns. Among Mr
Isenberg's guests wcio Mr. Hackfcld.
Mr. K. Faxon lllshop, Mr. liftman
I'ocke, Mr. Ud. Tenney, Mr. Klchnhit,
Mr. Georg Hoillek, Mr. I'foteuhauer
Mr. I.niiz. Mr J. M. Douselt. Mr
Fred .Miicfarlane, und others
Lt. and Mrs. Mrs. Turner Will
This utculug Lieut, and Mrs. Tur
ner, H. S. A., will enleitulu the levell
ing Service llildge Club ut Iheli bom
Mr. and Mr. Ivers to Entertain,
mr; ""'I ,"" ""-mini ' win en-
"""' '"'"' "'"' "I int-ir irienus :u
"' l'Ji' i'" ' ' "o gnen at
their home on Collegu Hills on Wash
Ingtim'H lllrtliday.- Tho kojuntc of
tho proposed entertainment will be
Informality, one of the fentines of tln
ulTalrllig being the viewing of the
Floral Parade for Mr. uml Mts. Ivers
home Is diredly opposite Alexander
Park, where the Judges will review all
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m me, miiomouiies mid oilier decoral-
ed conveyances ami awmd the prizes i
Mr. and Mrs. H. Focke's Dinner.
Mr. mid Mrs. I Id man T'ocke eu
tertatned with twelve covers at din
iter Tuesday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wllder's House Party.
Mr uml Mrs. James Wilder aru giv
ing a housu party at tho moiiii aln
homo mi Jit. Tantalus.
About a dlell
guests will spend Ihe week end vvltlii
"iiem. ino patty is iieing given In
j honor of California ft lends. Most of
thu guests left at noon today for the
pretty Wilder mountain place
Doctor and Mrs. Waterhouse's .
Doctor mid Mrs. Krnost Waterhoilfo ,
entertained Wednesday evening at
Iheli' homo at Walklkl. Tho dinner
was given In compliment to Senator I
and Mrs. IMc Alfred Knudsen of Ka
ual,Who nro such iinlveiwil social fa
vorites. The color scheme for the
dinner was lu yellow QjiniillllcH or
coreopsis and jellow chrysanthemums
formed mi exquisite table decoration
Tho fourteen covers wero marked by
ej.qi " hund-palnted place cards.
Among no present at this delight
fill affair weie Doctor and Mts F.ru
est Wnterhousu, Senator and Mrs, Krle
Mf led Kiimlsen, Major and Mrs. I'd
ward Julius Tlmbeiluke, Mr and Mrs.
(. w. Case Deeilmr. Mr ami Mrs
wilder, Mr ll.ulU.-tt, Mr. roiange,
MH8 Haidlng. Miss llutler. and Mr
Captain and Mrs. GUI's Dinner.
Sunday evening Captain nnd Mr
Gill entei tnlned af dinner compllmeut
aiy to Mis Schvvetlu or California
Tho elaborate icpasl was given tin
hoiild the U. 8 S. Colotado. The Ca( -
",mH '""'" wl" '" ,no '"'""'i' was
Ulll 1 nil tuna ti n liilatmiil v .Inniisulml
i I - 1M t(iiirttiit I ji llvil 1 I I'tt
n purple iioiigaiiivnea. Among
Captain and Mis. Gill's guests woro
Madame Irene Corsets
Mrs Kchweilu, Mis. Miller nnd Miss
I'elerson of S.iu Fianclsco, Captain
ami Mrs. Clifton L'uimll Caller, Cap
lain and Mrs. Gnytor Admiral Koiilli
crl.ind, Lieut Comdr Teihuue, ami
I 'a j Inspector Hicks.
Mrs. Frederick Cc'err.an'i Bridge Tea.
Mis. Ficdeilck William Coleman
who has been so extensively euteitalu
ed dining her visit with Cap aiu an I
Mis. Cm roll Cuter, entertained at
hildge at the leshleucu of her daugh
ter, Mis. Clltton Carter, Thursday af
ternoon. The Interior of the piclty
home was aitlstlcatly decorated with
spni)s of the scarlet boiigaluvlllen
vine. Ilruss howls ami Oriental J.us
tilled with the (lowers weie pbiced on
tables nnd talijiiit'ttui. The triplcal
How ei lug vine lends Itself admirably
for decorative purposes. Siru)s weie
festooned over tho windows, doors ami
archway leading Into the dining mom.
The uitaugemeu's of the iimueious
tropical potted palms and plants made
an effective backgioiind. Alter the
counting or the trues, the small fa
bles weie (deai c, and the guests uiT
Jotiriicil to tho dining room, vvheio
el.ib irate lefresliments weie served.
Mis. Montgomery Macomb, wife of
General Marouib. served the Ice, ami
.Vis. Walter Cowles. wife of Admiral
Cutties of the United Stales Nnvv
pouted tea at n liaiiilsomel) app'ilutiil
table In the center was a iirim Ill
silver bowl IllliM with scarlet boti-
I I r IaI
I It is the best
I Your grocer sells it
A COMPLETE LINE of
Every Model always
carried in stdek.
The Best Corset ever pro
"Once Worn Always Worn"
Agents for Honolulu:
galiivllle.i. Tendrils of the vine lell
In ill tin lc Bpinvs ovei the diilna.l,
chilli. The large rooms were llliuul-
m I with mtlllelal light The Tir-
fau lamps and ehaiulelleis rouUllilug
electllc bulbs weie shaded Willi hand
some led shades to hiilinoiilzc wllh
the color scheme of scarlet. Mrs. I'er
c.v Clcghoru, an old f i lend r the li'ist
ess, pieslded over Hie iunch table
which was pie III) decorated. Towanl
thu colicliislou of the alluiuooii the
hauilHoine prizes, consisting uf serv
ing tiujs of lu'iiv briss. weie award
cil to the following high "hridgcrs":
Mesd.imes lllovvu. Woolen, MeStock
er, I'littiam ami Turner. The exquis
ite mementos weie gre.ill) adiiiiied
FollOKlug is a list of the guests vihn
uccep e, tills churinliig hostess' hos
pitality' Mis. .Montgomery Macouib,
Mrs. Ch.iiinco) Thoiuas, Mrs. Walter
Cowles, Mrs Woolen, Mrs Harlow,
Mrs. Atthur Muilx, Mrs Gill. Miu.
Finch of f,. I 'a ii I. .Minn., Mrs. John
Irwin, Mrs. Kelley ami Mis. Hamilton
of Um Angeles. Mis. Tilrner, Mrs. I'
M. Swanxy, Mrs. ltockuell, Mrs. F.
MeStocker, .Mrs. n.vde-Smllh. Mrs
Daniel Hand of Udlchiia. Mrs. I-M-wards,
Mis. McDougal, Mrs. James
Madison Kennedy, Vis .linoph Shee
d). Mis. I'utiiam, Mi's. Saiah New
comb, Mis Wulter Francis Dillingham,
Mis Gerrlt Wilder. Madam Cleghorn.
Mih. I'eicj Cleglioni, Mis Miller ami
Miss I'elethon of San Francisco, Mis
John Guild. Mis I'ierre Jones. Mrs.
Famous for remarkable qualities
Chester Wells, Mrs Game. Mi-s P. Ulll
V( II'.. and olheis
Mr. Stack's Dinner.
Mr St ick entertained TiH'sdav even
ing ut bis home at Walklkl In liunor
of Caplnln and Mis Douglas of tho
I'. S. S Glacier 'I he foini of enter
tainment was dinner. A dozen covers
encircled the llotter-beileckeil table.
Amour the guests weie Mrs Schvverlu
of S.ui Fiuudsiu, Captain and Mrs.
Douglas. I'. S N.. .Mrs. Hyde Smith,
Mrs. Miller ami Miss Peterson ,i) Sin
Fiaucivco, Captain llalstead or, tho
T S. S. West Virginia, Mr Parish uml
.Mr. stringer, two capitalists or Sin
Fianclsco, Mrs. II. Ilde-Kmllli, ami
j l'.i.v master Tobln, V. S. N.
t Mrc. McStocker's Luncheon.
Mrs I. McSliKl.er will eiitettnlu on
, Thursda.v afternoon, Fi'bru.iry tho
-''til. ut luncheon. On Oils occasion
..Mrs. Arthur Mailx will be the i iidl-
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WHnN DADY WAS SICK WE CAVC
WHEN CUE WAS A CHILD SHC
CniED FOR CASTORIA.
WHEN SHE DECOME MISS SHE
CLUNG TO CASTORIA.
WHEN SHE HAD CHILDREN SHE
GAVE THEM CASTORIA.