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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, MAR. 2, 1912.
S0L1ETY TURNS TO
FORTY DAYS OF
Gayer Divcrlisemcnts Given Up Accord'ng to Well-Established
Custom Dinners Popular.
illi: IMvi:itTISi:IKNT nf l.eli:
i. Iiiiili;,- I in tin- loiiv days
In ,1,1 ,. ,l..li,-s lllld olllc, glV
l.i is oi .iii.il limit, caul
u III (111 nf nl liunn .
.1111' I M'tllll
for theme denied
(..htleso it I lo ante-Lenten season,
w.'pl f..r ill,' , 1 1 it'll wno will 1111 thu
' ' iiii'ii sen-on with hcodlowuik ami
ont-.if-iloots nciivllv. nian members
.f t,ii so-culled UiFiiri class, gcueiullv
mi, mIpiI i hi world around to bo the
' nlii'" ilili, are ,':ii.ililu (if uccompllsli
i:i' ii von K'ou: ileal. Without strav
lim Into oiIiit Holds or other centers
nl octal nctl ilto. there are iiinii)
I. .gilt fOlllllllllO lights III I 111' IllOtloi
(hi. me that go to inakliiK up 'be loctl
1. nr lluiiilii'il who. with thi'lr mumls
ol hm. dances, lunchi'oiiH, ilium.
Ii ih'e ami the.iter parties, wedge In
a couple of hourH of good h-iII.I ro.1,1
in)! cull pick tip a language on thn
side or 'tuml lo Homo sort of Huffy
1 1 : .-iiMl spwlug. The pom of inn
ci v nre verj near the hoartK of a
li'i-p number of woini'ii acknowledged
ns leaders In our uncial vim Id. When
i.ne speaks or socletv the thought of
l'i.. r not on the Inxl.lo Is . f an ah
Bnliitp uncnorgetlc class ocppt'ug
nhno ple.imnp and it x pursuit nio
roippimil, :in,1 these ate the ones
themselves that eonhl learn a lesson
I Mbit i. Iiy a peep behind the scones
Kur sowing nnd rending alul sttldv
Iiik ninl Improving one's mind ale as
much the part of the calendar of the
rilliinry eoclot.v maid and matron as
the dally tub or the lslt tj one's
dlesmnnkor The dear uld-di.shiono.l
Idea of "In Ins our sou lug" seems to
hp revived, and nriny afternoons nra
nnpoliitcly void of brlilKu and the
needle Mies In and out of some ililr
bit of woman's vvoil,. Then In H mo
lulil niiirli time Is iloii'teil by the In
teiested woman along the lines ol
eharlt.v not mi much Hip co'd charll
of cash or niiilnleii.ince. bin Hie kindly
W"id and (oimlderalloii lor the sis uj
with less or this win Id's goods hut
with a heart that no doubt lus its
aiiili thins and iiluis but imjbl to
ace iiupIIhIi through slioss of clicuiii
stnucos tin. mam thing they would
like to do.
Mrs. Marlx Entertained.
.Mis. Ailliur MarK win the coni.dl
iiicuted ImIiIkp KUt st r Mrs. Itos.i
KliiFsbttry nil" Moiiilav nrteinoon. Til-?
house decoralloiiH coiihisted or ollow
cuioiipuls and siiilln, which Is nl-v-.v-a
good loiiibluatliui of colors.
Tlic Kins were extieiuelv pielt. Mrs
Seldin Klmisliun was awaided
Inveh Iiiilih hiiniineicil silver lonboi
spoon lni srnrlng highest Mis. Cole
in in ilie charmliig mother of Mrs C
C ("alter, w is 'jiveu the second gift
u u'iv biMiitiliilb nride bridge b.ic
while lo Mrs .lolinsoii or Poit Hitger
tor the heal tp ile, won a pretty mol
- PILLS "
A Grant Lixatlvp an Alter
Dinner Pill lor Cnnstlpa
vNsr ' bbbbbbbbbV
ihlvci cisc. Mrs MarK n iln cnest
of honor was given a silken tinvcllug
lM"- ,,""rl1 Wl1" ",,",''l '"'"'hk ""'
n"-'"im. Wlll'll bridge WHS Oler dc-
llClOUS It'ItCSIllllclllS W0I0 served 111
small tables. The guests bidden
io tins in nice wete Mrs Arthur Mar
ly, Mis 1-Mn aid Tlniberlake. Mrs.
Williams. Mis. Pr.inrls Itm Smith,
Mis Prancls ll Smith. .Mis. Seidell
Klngsbiiiv, Mis (i.i lor. Mrs Cole
iiiu'i, Mis Wolteis or lie Hussy, Mrs
Johnson or linger, Mrs. Peck, Mrs.
(Lime, Mis. Walker, Mrs. Helen ltock
well. Miss l.ydla AIcKtocker, Miss IM
Ith Cowles, .Miss McDoiik.iII. Miss Ali
niTsiin. Miss (Ir.iham. Miss .lulln Mc
Stocker, AIlss KalhiMi SteM-ns.
Mrs. 'Sainiiel II. Ilell was the host
ess on Tuesday or the Sen Ice UrldKC
Club of Schotlchl ll.irrncks. and the
HHii.it number of closely contested
rulibeis weie enoed by the four ta
bles iIiiIiik. The llrst kH conipilK'.l
a pair or silken hose mid the second
Kiri a ery beaiitlful Chinese l.iiiteiu
Irvvint and Crockers Coming.
Mr and Mrs William (! Irwin. Mi.
.Hid Mis. Teinpleton docker and Mad
am hers plan to spend the spring
months In Hawaii. The Irwin innn
slon will iiKain he oiencd and the
liosilt.ilit thai has made that iimk
nincent nbode popular In the past Is
iikhIii to be intended ),(. fi lends of
this dellKlitlul fauill.
Captain and Mrs. Wilbur, to tho
Kieat lcKret of larm number of
Mends, ure Uaii ltouolulii to bo
stationed at the 1'ieslillo. Mis. Wil
Inii Is an Island Blrl, born and bred.
as Miss Mamie Wlddllleld. She was
a Kle.it beautj and no party was
complete without this attiactUo ma
tinu. Mrr. E. J. Cotton Becomes Wife of
Mr. J. U. Grant.
The mnrila!;c Is announced of Mrs.
i:. .1. Cotton and Mr. .1. U. (ii.int Tho
wedding look place al IlihlKepoit,
Conn., on October Si'.th. Mr. (Ir.mt If
n bioker and maiiuf.ictuier with his
olllce In Clilcapi He operates plants
In I'loilila, New .leisey, Pennsylvania
and Illinois and has a ver lucrative
business. He Is prominent and f.'nor-l
abh known thioimhoilt the Kast. Mis.
(iriuil was a foimer lesldenl of O.ik
lanil, havliiR Ihed on Veinon IIcIkIuii
for a number of jcais. she was p.)v-
ul.tr in societv. liplnir ii iu,inittiptil
.member of the Wheelock Club nnd
several other mclal organlz.itloiiK.
Mis (Irani at one time visited Il-jtio-iulii
and Is u iileiisimt memory to inaiiy
111,'llllK. Air nil,! Mrs r!fnnt run
I ,,,., 1R few ,lllVj, ' Oakland ami
. g,,,, prancli.co
' I San Pranclsco.
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Waterhouse's
Honolulu hospitality was graciously
lmp.ii led bv I)r uud Mis. Kruest Wu
tei house when the) ei.tei tallied at
I'lnuer on Sunday evening 111 honor of
Mr and .Mis. Alcxaudci (UlcluUt
llawes The circular rljiysaiitheiiiiim
coveied table was Indeed piett, dain
ty Ansti iilliin iiLiiileuhiilr combli.ed
ti om bcaiiiirull with ilie Roldeli )e'-,
low f the clirjs.iiitlieinoins. Conois
weie placed lor sixteen guests Wal
klkl Is an Ideal place to live and the
plash of tle Pacific pliiM'd n p.'clty
Intel ludp between courseH. Thu wish
was father to the HkhikIiI In the plncu
canls as tiny airships adorned the
plnoe of each miest. It was the hear-
i wish of all picsciit that Mr. and
"Ms H.iwes could 1 oer for a few
hours Willi friends ninl (hen bacl:
nKalii to the iiilet of lloiiolpu. Dr.
nnd .Mrs. Watei house's guests wcm
Mr. and Mis Aleiiuder (ilkhilst
'lawes. Mr. and Mis. Kilo A. Kuud
hoii, .Mrs Stinncs, .Mis. Charles Wil
der, .Mrs. Xoi thriip Custle, Mis. Aers.
MIspps HardltiKO (two). Colonel Wil
der of Schofield ll.ii racks mid Dr.
t'erdiiuuid lledeiii.inn. Tho (HPtilng
win pleasaiitl. spent oil the laual nv
ciliHiklUK tile beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hedemann'.i
Mr and .Mrs. Carl lledomnnii weie
host mid hostess at a chaimliiKly ap
pointed dinner rlen In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Cllclnst lluwes
Jr. Mr. ninl Mrs. llcitcmnnn's new
home is admirably nrraiiKfd for en
ti'italnliiR, nnd lust pxciiIiik's nffalr
was another compiest Tor this delight
ful couple. The table decorations,
dlspta.Nlug much nitlsllc taste, weio
ei lip.iutirul. Mr. ninl .Mis HciIc
mnnn'H guests numbered rouiteen and
altm the i. Inner enjoyed some excel
Major. I. II. Whnltcj and Mrs. Wlml
le nre the menus or ninny ilellghtrul
conceitK being held at Port ShaHer.
The very excellent baud or tho Sec
ond Infantry, which Is tcniHir.irilv
stationed at Shutter, is one or thu
ci best bands In the serlco nnd tho
conceits arranged ate a pleanne to
listen to. Major and Mis. Wliollej
who we ciilv heio a few weeks now,
haul nliead. endeared themseleti lo
i.ll who bine had the plcasuio of
meeting them, nnd thuy extend a most
coidlal lmltntlou ami welcome lo the
townspeople to attend the conceits
and b.ittallon ptindes. It Is Instruct
ive as well us edifying to know what
woudeifiil iidMiucciucnt bus taken
place at Sh.iftci, fioiu a h.ire ami
klawe-covered bill to one of the most
delightful mid imeted i osts In the
A itny Major and Mrs Whollev I in
piess one as being Ideal people ..
Dear lo the Heat
Hit vi3 L MMM Wt
V fh-TCRDT HOPKIN5. -
Yellow nnd Muddy skin, giving a delicately ilear ond reilnid complexion
which every woman desires.
No. 10 Por s.ilo by Druggists and Taney Goods Dealers.
Prrl. T Hnnlfin. Prnn.. 3T Cmnt -lnnm. SfrK N.ur Ynrlr.
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MONDAY, MARCH 4th
HpHli exquisite line of SPRING MILLINERY personally selected by Miss Spencei
on her recent trip tn the Eastern fashion centers, will be shown in our Millinery
Salon on Monday morning. Included with the productions of our own work-room
will be shown the new models in "Knox," "Gage" and '-Gold Medal" Spring Styles.
Your personal inspection will be appreciated.
.Mrs. Whollev Is a sweet,
gracious ami deiin.cr.illc woman,
wlillu Major Wholley looks as If ho
Is n man Idolized bv his mini, hlss bear
ing being dlKiilned and at the atno
lime klnt'.h. Tlie band concerts nr
held tegiilaily on Mondays. Tuesdnys
ninl TliuiEdavs, commencing at 4:30
and continuing one hour; Pildn.s at
.1:1.-., followed b a battalion p.undo
with music. The evening conceits
mo liefil on Weitnesdays f I mil 7 until
8 o'clock. Ciimdinounl Is n nioriiliii;
rormntlon held ilalK at 11:2(1, during
which time the b.iud plays. It Is a
ilcllgbtriil diivo to Shatter nnd with
thn cordial Invitation from Major and
Mrs. Wholle innii.v townsiM'ople will
no doubt avail ihenn-clcs of Hie op
portunity. Pol Supper at The Donna.
The management of the Donna eli
te! tallied its guests on Monday even
ing at a most sumptuous limit. Covers
wcro nir.ingod for sixty guests, that
being ns ninny as could be comfor
tuhl accommodated at one time
.Many people who would have been
Kind or such u Hue opportunity wetu
obliged to tenialn unsatisfied. IJveiy
thing served was simply delicious. A
large "linn" (oven) had been prepared
and Into this the Hawaiian delicacies
had been put thlrt-slx hours liefoie
the luau was served. Mrs. McCarthy
personally supervised the "iniu" so us
to be sine that evervthliig was as It
should be. Tho table dccointlons
Were chiiracteils:lc of Hawaii. Hibis
cus, malic and pilaplal being lavishly
used; pepper foliage nnd the led pep
per blossoms adorned the nrchvvnys
and windows: the tables had red
shaded caudles: uud a Hawaiian quin
tet furnished music during the feast,
AfU.'r the luau was over several table.i
of bridge weie ill mined, nnd tho
evening p.vbsed away only too quickly.
The thanks of the guests assembled
v.oro extended to the hostess for her
effoits In their behalf. It Is earnestly
hoped that this luau Is only one of
many to come.
Among the D.mn.t's guests vvuto
Miss atnee ((uphills. Miss l'nula Has
sell. .Mr. and .Mis. .1. 11. IH1I. Mr. P.
J. Mllvort Mis. .1. W. Spoer, Mrs.
Louis Pollltier, Mhs I.ec, Miss Stone,
Mr. A. Halrr, Mr. I.eo Plerson, Miss
Ainu Mmiliv, Miss Hetty Tracy. Mr.
and Mrs Chillier II. Hall Miss A. 11.
flleen, Mis Kate Cooor, Mr nnd Mis.
II C Ilushcr, Mr. .1 lieranlt, .Mr.
and Mrs. M. II. Webb. .Miss Spe An-
Is of the IVomen.
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessaty
Article for Par(icular IVomen
who Desire to lelain a
Every woman owes It to lierflf nnd
lovud onos to icbiln tho charm f youth
naturo ban lii'stuwisl upon her. Per over
half a ccntuiy this iirlklc lias breu used
by ucttc8es. stimtits unit women of
fuKlilim. It rentiers the skin like tho
softiiiss nf velvet 1,'iuliiB it tleur nnd
peuily vililto uud Is highly desirublo when
picparliii; for ilnily or evcnlnt; uttlte. As
It is u liquid nnd non-greasy preparation.
It remains unnoticed. When unending
d.iiiM, balls or otlier entertainments. It
puvdits a gieasy appeaiuuie of the loin
iilexlon taused by tho skin beioiulng
Gouraud's Oriental Cream cures skin
distunes and lelievis Hunburn Itemoves
Tiwi PimpleM Itlafkheails. Moth 1'Htehe.
lttiKh l't... Llu mi, I Vnlnr lTt.HnevK.
. hw. .ww h.ww.y ..w.r aw. ...
acljs vj? (Sootis
I 'ftl I'lstll-tl
ilcrsoil. Mis. W. I.. Calhoun, .Miss Ag
nes Dunn, Mr. nnd Airs, Dick Young,
.Miss AIno W.elr, Air. II. W. Milter.
.Miss M. AlcOuIre, AIlss Tniniplcr, Air.
A. K. Clymcr, Air. aeorgo 11. Stein,
Mr, 11. IC. Hunt, AIlss Clcllnml, Mils
.'Icollg, Ilrs. Stnnllpage, Mr. W. S.
Crane, Air. b. B. b. Clarke, Airs. J,
Ocrdnn, AIlss rierdon, Mr. and Airs.
Pcto Phillips, Airs. .Ins. T. .More, Alias
Until .Moore, Air and Airs Pothering
ham (SK!:nne), Mr. Bernard Kothef
IiiUhntn (Spokatto), .Mrs. . n. Jones
(Portland. Ore..), Airs. b. WashbiiVu
(Poitland, Ore), .Mr. nnd Airs. P.
Oilnnell (Spokane), Air. and Mrs.
Smith (Senltlf), Air. nnd Airs. Griggs
(Seattle). Mr. llutler (lloodilver.
Ore.,), Air. and Airs. P. Dodge (S
hnne). .During tho limit Air. Itoscoo
I'erklns took a splcndlil flashlight,
winch shows the guests very distinct
l.v. This luau gave the visiting tour
Ists nn opportunity of partaking or n
delicious Hawnllnn repnst.
Mr. Ernest Parker's Dancing Party.
Air. Krnest Parker ncted ns host at
a most delightful dancing party on
.Monday evening In honor of AIlss
Thclinn Parker who, with her mother
Airs, Prod. Knight nro paving the!
annual visit to their homo city. This
party was In the nnturo of n farewell
as AIlss I'nrker with Airs. Knight and
their house guest, .Mrs. K.iton, left on
luesdny's steamer ror Alnna, llieT
couutiy homo of the Parkers for sev
eral gouoratlons iuick. Alalia is ono
of Hawaii's beauty sisits. Its cllm.ittc
conditions making a visit' to this love
ly plnco a delightful memory. While
nt .Mann AIlss Parker becomes of ngo
and comes Into one of the largest es
tates of any girl wont of Chicago, but
with all her money AIlss Tholmn In
nevertheless nil unspoiled, sweet, girl
Ich gli'. without any of tlte 'airs1' so
often noticeable In youth of fortune.
Airs. Knight Is n keen business ns well
ns social woman, nnd to her carcrul
cnio AIlss Thelma owes her charm.
Monday ovctilng's paity brought out
a largo assembly of the youth nnd
beauty of Honolulu. Air. Parker was
untiring In his efforts for the cninroit
mill pleasure of his guests nyd seemed
to be III every part of the houso at
ono time. Delicious lefreshmciits
were served with n lavish hand and
tho paity was declared one of the
most successful of tho season.
Air, Parker's guests were: AIlss
Thelniu Parker, the honored sucst:
AIlss Hthcl Whiting. Miss draco Itob-
ertson. AIlss .Marjory Preeth. AIlss
Itose Herbet, AIlss Helen Jones, AIlss
Cniol Low, AIlss Helh Woods, AIlss
Alatgntct Jones, AIlss Colrlndn livv,
AIlss Catherine Jouos, AIlss I-aura
t.ovv, AIlss Clara Cummins, AIlss I-ottle
Dow-Belt, AIlss Knul Wilcox, AIlss .Inr
let, AIlss Smith. AIlss Catherine Al.i-
Koon, AIlss Anderson, Miss Woods,
Air. Sonny Alncfnrlane, Air. Itobert
AlcCoirlslon, Air. Hob Paris, Air. Ai
ded Smytlic, Air. Sam Alahejonn, Air
W. Dunbar, blent. Taylor, Airs. Sam
Chlllingworth, Air. Campbell. Air. Ar
thur Stlllimiii, blent. Knlron, Lieut.
Ilhodes, Lieut, Stephens. Mr. Katon
Alagoon, Air. J. Hrown, Capt. Johnson.
Air. Smart, Air. AIcF.hlerneiiy, Air. nnd
Airs. Heniy Afong, Airs. Palk, Airs.
Walter Alaefailaue. Airs. Paul Jarret
.Mis. Campbell, Air. and Airs. PrcdeilcK
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Johnson's Dinner.
Air, ami Airs, Merle Al. Johnson en-
lei tallied vciy Informally on Tuesday
evening. The guests bidden, to this
.hospitable board were Mr, and Alr.s
jjohn T. Wniien, Mr. and Mrs. Clnr
it'iico Olesou. Thu table was pretty in
a tone of yellow with candlcslinde.s to
Moana Dancing Party,
Tho dance Klvcn by tho Aloana Ho
tel management was a very vvell-at-teiideii
nffnlr. Theso dances nro al
most exclusively scrvlco ntfnlrs not
because the inniingemcnt wish It no
but the local society folk seem u little
slow about going and It would seem
as U a dunce of this nature would bo
well attended. Tho quintet was ex
cellent and tho local and service ihio
ple picsoiit had a most delightful even
lug. The Aloana lends Itself well to
patties and It Is nlwas a plcasuio lo
.Mrs. Murk Knlrrtiiliied.
.Mrs. .Samuel llell's Sen Ire llrlilttc.
Imlns ninl Crnrkcrs fouling.
Ilr. nud .Mrs. Jlriifsl Vnti'rIimisi''.H
Ilnrlirlnr Mnlils Iliilice.
Port Slmftrr ('imcerts.
Doinia Pel Suplicr.
Mr. Krni'st Parker's Ilimrliig I'artr.
.Moulin Itiincliig Purl).
Iliilice nn lle.iril I'. S. S. Calltiirnlii.
nVililliiK f 1'opiil'ir nval Olllcir. ,
.Mrs. Helen Nonniin's Pol l.iinrlienii.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry K. Hlilitmiii't
Mrs. Cltfinn Cnrnill Cnrtcr's llrlilt'i'.
.Major mid Mrs. Mrl'liire's IHniicr.
Mrs. .Inines (Jalnl.in's MttIrnl Ten.
Princess Kiilanliiiiiiole's I'ul l.unrl "
Mrs. JiiiiM'i I'lnc's Ten.
Music at Mnatiiiliiii.'
Mr. ninl Mrs. Carl Ili'ilemmin's IIIiiiiit.
Mrs. P.dwln llenncr's Ten.
Mrs. lljilcSiiillb's Ten.
I 'ft I llllllllllllllIISWISSsWSlSSlWsllW ' fffSi
I:- ': i'11!' r"'''W'i,.--'kiiiC:'iferiA" IC
MiWMints m mmsssssm Usui i ii i ilnnrffiWIg, jf ipiWpgKj fo
Dance en Board the California.
Tho vvardioom olllccrs of tho I'. S
S.' California were hosts nt ono nf
their delightful and Informal dancing
parties on Saturday evening. A dniico
aboard ship Is always looked forward
to us one of the best times going. The
reason Is this: they nro never crowd
ed and the fact that they an- usually
small makes them nil the moro desir
able. Itiform.illl.v was tho keynote of
this party ami hospitality lelgned su
preme. Tho ship was gay with bunt
ing and flnns nud electric bulbs added
greatly to the pretty scene. This
dniiclng party was composed of the
following people: AIlss Strlckler,
AIlss N. Sturgeon, Miss Jessie Ken
nedy, Mrs. Albert Itels, AIlss Rockwell
AIlss Dunn, Airs. (Ihnrmley, AIlss Hel
en Ninth, the wardroom olllccrs of
the U. S. S. California and tho U. S.
S. South Dakota.
Popular Anvj Officer WcuS.
Air. and Alls. Thomas z. Clarke
announce the man Inge of
Samuel Woodward Ilogan
Plrst Lieutenant United States Alai-
on Saturday the twenty-seventh of
One thousand nine hundred nud
Old Saint John's Church
Poitsmoiith, Now Hampshire
Lieutenant and Alls. Samuel Wood
after tho fifteenth of Kehnnry
Departure of Captain and Mrs. Marlx.
To tho sincere temet of their largo
circle of friends, both service uud
townspeople, Captain and Airs. Marlx
with their attractive niece, AIlss Kiitb
lyn Stevens, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesday, Maich Sill. Captain, and
Airs. Alnrlx aro very sad over their
Icavo-tnktng and their hopo Is happily
seconded by their Yi lewis thnt they
will bo able to conio again to Hawaii
. LTi.,C i.
Mrs. Helen Noonan's Pol Luncheon.
Airs. Helen N'oounii cnmplimentc I
fifteen ol her friends on Saturday In
bidding lliem to a pol luncheon give.i
at the homo of Airs. Xooiian's sister.
Mrs. IMward D. Tenney. Tho Teiiui v
hothouses are mining tho host In the
Islands and the finest of ferns and
blooms were gatheied for the ndoin
incut of the table of this dellghliul
hostess. Airs. Noonan, like nil the
rest or tho .Malice women. Is (anion
for her hospitality and charming per
sonality. Calabashes combined ad
mirably with the rest or tlie table ti
make It most attractive. Attcr the
delight rul lepnst the guests formed
Into groups of fpur to play bridge. Thn
Klfls given thoso scoring highest weiev.
Cnntnn china bowls oil teak stands,"
and the fortunate ones were Ads. Pied
Knight, for whom the parly was
pl.i lined; Princess Knl.itilaiinolc and
Alls. Aliinson. Alls, Xontinn's guests
weio Airs. Kiedcrlck Knight, .Mis. Carl
Wldcmami, Pilncess Kalanlaitaole
Airs, Slaeknble, Alls. Arthur Wilder
Alls, (ieoige Kerbeit, Mrs. Aliinsoii,
Airs. Chillies Wilder. Airs, (iiisslo,
Schmidt, AIlss Agnes Walker, Mis.
Klobahii, Alu. Kdw.ud Tenney, .Mis
Mcminn pocke, Mrs. Palmer Woods,
mid .Mis, Harry Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Love's Dinner.
Honolulu hospitality was graciously
Impuitoil by Air. ami Airs. William
l.ovo when thoy Invited Air. nnd Mis
Thonus of Ohio, Alls. Pangel, Air. and
.Mis. Cvans of California, and Air. and
.Mis. lMc A. Kliudt.cn of Kauai and
AIlss Aloie to be their t.iblu guests
Tho table had for definitions an at
tractive bowl filled with small roses
mid fein, Aluslp occupied the time
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. TV. Grove's signature is on
each box .
PARIS MEDIUINU CO.. St. Uuli. U. 3 4,