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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 9, 1912.
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Winter vi ih yvssai
THE QUIt! SEASON OF LENT
Miss liorothy Wood, Mies Itulli Amloi- l.xdlu Me.Stocker :ih hostess wiib oho
kiiii, Miss Martini MeC'liosncy, Miss 1 1- J of I lie ploitKiitit Informal parties of
leu Mcl-cim, Miss Ixiitherlne Ashley, ithls week, the usual lubbers of lirlilHii
Miss Currle Mel.cnii, Miss lliirluii Clui-i were 1iimI lifter luncheon uti thin
pin, Miss v llucluinnii, Mlsi Helen 'ocrnxioih the tublt' xxus ii.iininy tiei'iir
lil (IT IIKM'lilll.
"I'l.uimll tlliic mill piire mi i- In-
llni nit' riiii-,
I Ik null Mintl it sinus m he,
Imi! lime's slniuire wine liull
mil ut tn-r
III Uciil'i lll'lllltj."
J. i. -ni:i.ii.
I ("id u Oi'i'iipnlhui n in iiiiseiucul.
I i iihii ri'vcrles ore b mi mentis
I Idle Mllltl'lllpllltllini! Kvi'll If III!
IllOIIH'Ilt wllt'll' 1(11 ll I III. IISM'.llllle
"I I'M llllll lll'UII, ti'll. rfllir 01 II lllllllcl
I flllllCV IIK WHS till' I .ISC Oil MllllclllV
IcM'IiIhk when Mr .mil Mrs CcorKi'
1 Cooke elitei mined fin lirt fill mil III
n limit sumptuous in. inner, no phue
A ! Iti tin. Iuii,i,.lu k. ,...,, I I ..- ..I
III Mir im.lliun in IHIII'I mi,,,!'"!! III, II
-Mlnrp' miUn-rliic of people, and Mun-
liluy oveiilnt; proved the wisdom of the
jComitn Chili existence. It Is a Inilld-
Iiir that lends Itself In u incut erare-
fnl niaiiinir to decoration ami Monday ,
evening the place was most iittnutlvc j
The rnrti'iK of the club house vvcioi
Imi iik with malic mid fi'iithi'ilni; pan-
ilimli wlili ti.iintioo lnaili' tin' house
SpahlhlL'. Mls Hum- lleibert, Miss
Iiht McKciizle, Miss I'ruhcls Cnchrnii,
Miss lli'tta Woods, Miss .MiirKiirpt
.hmes, Miss Carol Low, 1 Ish Helen
.limes, Miss Hutli Johnson, Miss lleu
t lie tt'hl.e, Miss Until Itcnton, Miss
Coiili'lln (illni.in, Alexander Anderson, JMIss IMItli Covvles,
Allen llt'liton. V. Titiilii'rlake. Vernon i Stocker, Mrs. Iloss
ill oil with a low bowl IIIIimI with tin'
pale shade of lavender intern, maiden
hair feniB and tulle. MIkb McStockcr's
KtieBtB vveru MrH. Itoy KranclH Smith,
Mm. Harry Heplmrn, Mrs. .Iiiiiiph I'.
Sheedy. Mis. Francis II. McStockcr,
Miss .litlle Ml
-i' i,niii' itillli'llli l.l II l 1111 ii wi "I'll I'limircil 11111111- III)- IIIMiri
I'hi.iI i .ilenil.tr Is snnicwhiit itlliilnlxli- lioitiKlful. Hie table was truly loel,l
I. i'e sin-hB of it iii tit t Ion limit plenty pink roses and usparaKiis vine wem'
In do with the time left over on in- arranged In a mint artistic manner.
imi (f (lie cch 'iillini oi tl.e filvoU oi and made a very pleasing whole Afl
iIh r.i'i' .duson. it a most ddiclous dinner the rest of
Wo are extinoriltiiary u.iIoub for ll'i1 evening was spent In dancing,
tin ii llneincnt of spirit mind and body Monday evening was such a delight
the ' (hi) irull) tool evening Hint dancing was a'
.vb.iiiing. nlii'i imiiiiih and evenings leal Joy Mr and Mrs Cooke bail .in
iik rlvti "p to i Iiihh led nrc (muxes their guests, Mr ami Mrs. V I) I.im-1
in "' iiKli oi h i urn ii literature In Hie ley, Mr. and Mm Mutton, Mi. and Mrs.
n. luui.it i Knee in ) hI ill culture to Harold llllllngbalii, Captnln and Mrs.
niipiiie I he .ii'siheiie iit-iirc wlileli liouglas. Mr anil Mis. Albeit Juilil, j
l.i 'imi iov deiuands talbs on tile dlf-MiB Itnuu) Stott, Captain and Mis. i
liieni ails and nreliltei ture of i:u- (i.inie. Mr. and Mrs Itleliard CooKe, '
.Hid mi ire modem Aiaeileau real- Air and Mrs Aithur Jones, Mr and
lerinld.ilile aria.v or study. I n j Mr. and Mis. liwreme .ludd, .Indue
iidillliou to tills aie the sewing and em-, iintl Mis. William Whitney, Mr anil
brciil. ,v elasaes atid Itlsli ( lochet ; Mrs Charles .ludd, Mr. and Mis. Wll
nhiili lias simply fasi Inuled, every v.o-llainson, MIsh Anna Tucker, Miss Nora
man .mil girl who have tlnUhed an Svvanzy, Miss Cooke, Miss Agues ludd.
inch ut Lief The engaged gills aie Miss Abide Dow, MIsh Helen Achilles,
renjilnx luitlliR b"iielll fioiu thin , Miss Margaret Waterhouse, MIbb Cluru
npiiMiu of Industry lor their friends iKellej, Miss. Kalhrrlue Coodate, Miss
have Uovlsrd n tbrllty little iisloni of I Norn Sturgeon, Sir. (iullford Whitney,
iissen 'illng afteiuoouH to do-all Hints I Mr. Dnvlil Anderson, Mr Oluf Horeu
of lairicate needlework on the troiM-lson, I'.ivtnaster Dyer, Mr Swaii7y, Sir
m.iu now being piep.ucd for the te.il-, Huk hcnal and Sir Hubert SlcCorrls-
Captain and .Mrs. MarK Hundred.
ly it to dale bride scorni! to InrluJ
anv thing to pleblau as imiehlue made
llngcili in her bridal outllt
i ,..,., ,
'. """ """" '' :,i:,Ir;"".LjX'li Mnalia "'t'l win tlu Belting
imrtii-i t;o on -ns mrtmts. ITT; i..i .., ,..,..."
I r ........ I n !....' "" """"" .,...-i mi .e
., ... ... ,.,... .... ,.... ....., u. ,(n j,rH AlHn
a eaiinge oi oeiipailou even ol me so
ralbil bile occupation of the social
world Yet a huge liuntber of
nr Slnrlx given by Sirs
(leorge l.'ilvviiiil,.M,udouabl of Vaneoii
vei A most dellubtflll dilinei' was eli-
iii .I,,. ,) .iriii,' uiiii.ii iii,. iiitti.uu omi I...,.
1 1..... -I...!.. "' T...n .,,. .-,
il-llini- (ill' ,li-i'rIK ' "' "l Billing
e.ea going bo tar :ik to decline tli
guests played luldge. The table was
, banked with uiaideii hair reins and
sm.llest K...I.U intention to the vvomen ,,,., Mn( Mlul()lm(,.H .,
..re denying tbunselveM Beveiil,,,, ,,,, ,, JlH
weeks of pleasuie. loo nine, .aun.M.j,,. , M , , M ,
be s.i d ll lie r nr.ilne I Is .in eillfv-!.. . ..
nr i-.iiu in iiii'ii jii.dnc ii ih an 'liny-; ... H
ln and uplilllng tboaght that goesin
on in latin ironi inn icm in us w no
me mere worldly In the Interval the
Wade, Paymaster and Mis. Ir
Mis. .loliu WllllaniH, I'avinaslcr
Hicks, I. lent, (lay and Sir lluttolpli.
It 1 .. !..., 1.11.. ul... I..
, ,, , . . . , ,, I , , n , 11, (If. 11,11,1' (.(Ill.T ,11,1 tlM,ll-
belles and tuelr youlhru mothers are ,,,,., . , , , , J '
busy p.epaihiK .be vard.obes tor hej,,,, ,.,, ,, , JJiirx ,,(iy ne
Willi',, tr " ' ,,li i, .Willi , 11,1, 11,(1, 111, P
and oilier Is'anil lesoitH Slimy of i
nil i piople are plnutiliig theh annual
outing to Sua I'ranelsi u and still otb
cri. ue going over to the old wotld
'CI... (I..IU..M. ,.. (..tun... ..r ,1... ... I
iiii- i,..-i., ii titi.t i in, in, i, mi' ril- .
ol.il vvoild Is a wonderfully Interesllns ,,r'- '"-,'ll' l-rldgi'V Unlet lllliuer.
Mini) 'I he din t iliaiaeterlstlcB JllH '"'l"', Hrldge and her son.
me c.i Btronulv bronirln in 11,-i.t mni'Mr. llarilsoii Ilrldgo gae a dinner
"' " i ... I..,. , ., .
Sits. Call Wlilciuuini, III. and Mis
Cllrtord II. High, Mr. ami Mrs. Kimik
K. 'I'lionipson, Sir. and Mi k. .lames
Dougherty, Sir. ami .Mrs. Henry Afoug,
Sir. and Sirs, 'rederlck Knlglit, Sir
and Sirs. J'rederlrk W. .Mni'failmin fir.,
Sir. itnd Sirs. Wllllani l.ucas, MIbb
Clara Cttiiiiiilngs, Mis. Helen Nootiati,
Sits. Wateibiiry, Sirs, liruiie. MIbb
.Maggie S'rlnl)re, Miss Agnes Amoitr,
.Miss Kate Slelnlyre, Miss Ottusle
Schmidt, Miss Theltun 1'arkcr, Sllss
Violet Slakee, Sir. Chatles Sllllninn,
Sir. Krnest Parker, Sir. tllll Sniarl,
SIIsb Stiijnrlc Kieelli, Sir and Sirs.
Chatles I'ulk, Sir. and Sirs Ktigcuu
Campbell, Sir. and Sirs William Camp
bell, .Mrs. 1'iectli and Sir. and Sirs
liifdiiiiiil Itanilng l'nrl) mi I'. S. S,
Anotber of the Infonnal dances that
litis )ielied to make the California mi
popular was lield'on WedneBday veil
ing Informality Is the keynote of all
these small a Ma Irs uiiil a mint delight
ful time Is always enjoyed by the gills
who attend. About twenty eoiiples at
tended this party wlileli was chaperon
ed by .Mrs Douglas, rings ami bunt
ing decorated the dock and the ward
toonl was a cozy place between dan
ces, tbo wardroom olllccrs of the Cali
fornia nnd of the several other Bhlps
were In attendance. The Itullea present
were SIIbs Norn Svvnnjty, Sllss Slnry
von Holt, SIIsh Helen llockwell, Sllss
Stickler, Sllss Alice Cooke, Sllss Klor
ciue Hoffman, Sllss Hockley, Sllss Ha
vlland, MIbb Urownc, Mis:, Mann, Sllss
Air. mill .Mrs. 1'reilerlck )V. Mai' far-
Sir. and Sirs. Ticdcilek Slncfiiilane
complimented twenty friends by bid
ding them to dine nnd meet Sir. nnd
.Mis. William llurrows and Sirs, .hum
l.lbby for whom this delightful dinner
was arranged on Thuisd.iy evening.
The house was artistically decorated
with palms, plants ami cut (lowers,
The oblong table was very beautiful
being decorated Willi conmos which Is
interest to the daughters was given 'mode for bis paitner and some of thelweie. placed In a largo low brown bus
then lefresbinents wise rened, thu Ideations weie Biuely works of art ket and Intermingled with the cosmos
ollleeia tor the year are: SHs. I'eiiey
I.. Home, Itegeut; Sirs. .1. II. Ather
ton, vlce-lcgellt; .Mrs. Agnes .ludd,
recording Kccn-tary; Mis. Salllo II.
Douglas, coiiespoudlug secretary;
Stiss Abide SI. Dow. treasuier; Sirs.
Chillies 11. Dickey, registrar; Sits.
Charles II. Athertoii, historian; Sits.
W. W. Hall, chaplain.
Tennis ('li.iiuil(in Heroines llrlile ut
(. . ritcliliniiii.
The marriage of Sllss Hazel Hutch-
kiss, women's tennis champion or the
I'lilted States to Sir. (ieoign William
W'rightmnu of MnnsaclnibctU, also a
tennis eiilhuslast, took place at live
o'clock on Satuidiiy, February the
twciil.v-foiutli ut the borne or the
bible's paients, .Mr and Mis Wllllani
.1. Ilotcbklss, on Claliuiotit Avenue.
Only the family and Intimate fi lends
it both contracting patties were pie
sciit, the ceremony was perfiinueil b)
Itev. (leoige CI. ICbliedgo of St. Iiihu's
rresliyterlau chinch. Sllss Clara
Wilghtniiiu was the only bridal at
tendant and .Mr. Sillier Wiightmau at
tended the groom. The bride wore ail
Tciiny. Dickson Nnlt, .Malcolm Tuttle, Ktliel Spalding ami Sirs. II. II. I'ratt
rrank Hoogs, (inll, Cjril lloogs, Kd-
waul Kltto, Jack Uniiril, Maiston l.ses .McSlurker's tnel Ihcnlng l.'ii.
t'ampbeli, Hurt Clarke, Oswald Sic-1 lerlalniiienl. v
tens', 0. I'odmore, Hob MtCorrlstou, I .Miss l.ydla and SIls.s Julio SlcStoek-
Douald Lewis, Percy Nottage, John er gave a ery novel entertainment
Ashley, Da'-ld Uirsen, Karl Hiichunati. 'on Tuesday evening thnt wns Inteiisc-
IMwiti lllbli, Hantlolph, Wlllhim I'lity. ,1 enjoyed by all who were bidden. It
Perce) Deverlll, Kraticls Cooper, ('. i was tack) pal ty, each guest was re
llieiihum, Hlbert Tntlk llaiobl dear iuested to appear In a funny or old
ami Wllllani Sehiiuimi. jfnslilomd gown or suit and some of
the costumes wore a scream, the
I he ll.iuulilers of the American I'cvo-'names of the dlrfeient girls were tack
Itillmi. led around the lawn and garden In dlf-
Tlie Iirtcentli aniilversary of the iferoul placis, each niiin was present
Dauguters of the Amerlian Itevolullon eit with a lantern and sent forth to
was held at the homo of Sirs. Akuos l.unt for his lad) for the evening's
.ludd, the usual opening number that, great fun was had by the hunters nnd
or America was sung iifli r which sev-llhe hunted niter limllng their partners
er.il er) interesting and Instrm tlvo to the music of a quintet the party
impels were nail by Sirs, .ludd for J inarch from Kin nest sited Into I.iiiut
Slrs W. W Hall In her absence aiiil llln and up the front walk Into the
one h) Miss Aimstioug. Miss Slar) I liiiial, where hats, ribbons, (lowers nnd
Alouinder idayed several delight fill so- j laces made the men realize that troll
lotions, a very pleasant aflcrnoou lile was abend or thrill, eiuh man hail
I'yii"' '"''i r iiniMwiwfci iiivii pi mo
Ivor) popular with both the town mid
'hoivloe people, they will be keelilv
iiiiIkfoiI by their wry bilge elide ut
'j fib mis.
otlen enures us to smile ut on i selves
when reun as others see us.
.Mr. anil Mr. Ilcur.v I'redirlck Ucli-
A dinner that was delightfully In
fill ami was given on Satlinl.lv even
lug b) Mr and .Mis Wlciimau when
the) iiiteitalued for Ml. ami .Mis Dod
ion ol Spokane. Washington Mr. Al
lied mid Mis Alfied CoverB were
placed foi eight, alter dinner the time
lieloie have Inking was spent In mu
sic The table was made attractive
b) a lnvv mound or ui.iimleii hair leins
and pink hignulu blossoms
pnlty for eight Inst Mpnibiy evening,
the dinner tool, place at the Sloanii,
where Sirs, llrldge and her son are
guests. The iftiter of the table was
abloom In violets ami fein, coveied
with Illusion, the usual after dinner
lubber or bridge was Indulged In h)
Sir. mid Mrs. Ilrldgo's guests who were
Sir. mid Sits. Arthur .Macintosh, Mis.
Hurry von Holt, St.irlo ou Holt, Miss
Tuttle. Sir. IMvlil Howard and Mr.
Joseph I loud.
Viiutig .Men tu Dnlerlalu.
Tlie bachelor maids dance was such
a brilliant success that the young nun
Itigonfas grew in gie.it prolusion In! never to lie outdone, plan Just us nice
the islands and lend theinselvi most, a pally for the girls, to take place on
arti'tiiall) to deem at lou
The Ceo. ('mike's Illuiier I). nice.
Saturday or next week and danced at
the Oiiltigger Club, the lollowlng
young people aie going, Sllss Hazel
Tli Country Club mid coutiiry ll'iickland. Miss Thelma Murphy, Miss
pluei" are the attractive spots or the I cut ll Soper, Sllss .Myrtle Sebiiiuiin
Willi a capital A. were longed fronds of fenthery tiuild
A story written by Sllss SIcStocker en hair ferns, the satin damask was
with nil the adjectives loH out was the lightly sprinkled with petals of the
next Interesting tiling to lie done with-1 cosmos nnd dainty sprays of fern. The
out knowing the gist or the story, each, l.andlo of the basket was tied with
guest supplied nil udjectlw mid It uns; tulle. The Slacfarlalie home 13 one of
Inserted regunlless of Its Illness, so j the most attractive beach houses of
when the completed story was read It 1 Honolulu, being awny from the milsn
simply wns the funniest thing possl- ()f cars and atltos and only the Bound
ble, nrter 11 delicious buffet supper ot tho waves to add to Its nttractlve
the guests (lanced The Sllsses Sic- i.ess. Seated mound the hospitable
Blocker's guests were Sir and Mrs. board of Sir. and Sirs. Mncfnrlnnc worn
Harry Hepburn. Captain and Mis.
Kraiicls Ho) Smith, Captain and Sirs,
(layler, Captain and Sirs. Johnson of
linger. Lieut. aiiiLJUrs. (Jorald John-
ton of Shnftcr, .Mri. Walter Cowlea, .swuiizy
Sllss Alice Cooper, Miss Florence, sir, nnd Sirs. Walter Mncfarlnne,
llolTniiin, Sllss Iruin llalleiityne, MUsinn, Mrs, (Tow, Sirs. Hrune, Sllss
lies Walker, Sir. II. II. llnckreld, Sir.
(leotge Hodlek, Sir. Wllllani Pfoten
Muckiill's Song llccltaf
Kdltli Covvles. Sllss Helen Hockwell
Miss Helen North, I.ieut. Heaurgard,
Lieut Dunn. Lieut, Page, Lieut lmwy,
Lieut I Ilulr. Kuslgu llaiigh, Lieut.
SiiIiui, Lieut. Hoslium and Sir. SIcKI
.Mr. iiud .Mrs, 1'. Waller .MiHf.irlanc'
Sir. ami .Mis. V. Waller Slncfarl
will be boat and hostess at an ('labor
Sir. and Sirs. William llurrows unit
Sirs. Jane l.lbby for whom the dinner
wub given, Sir. nnd Sirs. K. Kaxon
Hlshnp, Sir, and Sirs. Francis SHIIb
Mr. and Sirs. Herman Fotke,
Sirs, llruc Slackall bus arranged n
wry delightful song recllnl for Thins
day afternoon, Slaich twenty-llrst at
and from the names ot those taking
'""day afternoon, Slaich twenty-llrst
four o'clock, the lecltnl will take pi
"tie in tlie ball room of the Young II
mens athletics, she was also a mom
her ol the Kappa Kappa (lamina so
clcty Shortly alter her graduation
ebibornte einlirolilered lzown of vvllitc
irene de chine with 1111 overdiess of 'ate uoi Biiuper this evening, w hen they parts promises to be a musical trent
tare old lace Instead or the usual 1 will (omplliucnt Sir. and Sirs. William Honolulu Is Indeed foi lunate In having
wiealh or IllinBy tulle, the bride wore Horiows and Sirs. Jane Lllib) by bid- such an ublo musician as Sirs. Slnc-
11 half wreath of real orange hlos-iiiing sixiy gnosis 10 no liieni minor sail ami no uouui u vumuru ii,
nuns ami cairled a sliower bouquet of 1 The table which will bo sot on the will greet tho participants In this pro-
Llllles or Hie Valley. Sllss Wrlghtimili large lawn of Princess Kuwaniniakoa's gram or music. 1 tin nccomp.inisi win
was daintily gowned In pink charin-jhonie mid for Ibe time being by Sir. be .Mrs. Howutd Hitchcock and the In
cuse silk and carried 11 shower Unit- mid Slis. Macfurlmie Is nn Ideal place dies who will Blng are SIis. Ilernleo
quel or pink lose buds An Informal for etileitalnuient. The table Is to Walbrldge, Slis. Chillies Hall, Sirs,
leceptlon followed the ceremony. Sirs, be decorated In )ollow and green rrank C. Atbeiton, Sirs. Charles S
Wrlglitmiin Is n Unlvetslty of Callror- and at each guestB' place will be 1111 , Weight. Sirs. Fred T 1" Wiiterhoiibe.
11I11 graduate, finishing last June uud , llluin lei and the place cards are to Sirs. Alex. CI SI. Hobertson, Sllss Alloc,
during her college days was closely depict Hawaiian lire. Slis. Sl.icfarlatio ,Hopier and Sirs. F. F. Sedgwick. Sirs,
and prominent!) Ideulllled with wo- Is one of the inoBt grnclous wuincn In Slackall extends to music loving Ho-
Honolulu mid It Is always a pleasure jnolulii n most gracious anu cnraiai in
to accept an Invitation from this hos-.vltalloii as no Invitations are to be
pliable woman. Hor Majesty Oueoii personally sent. Sirs Slackall hopes
hbe decided to make n tour of the Lllluokulaiil has graciously accepted that alt Intel ostod will come
Knntorn Stales and on this tour met 'mid will be the most lionoied guest.!
her rate In Sir. Wrlghlman, she has Her Slajtsty does not accept very Admiral anil -Mrs. Mailer Cowlcs Din.
been tint American champion for I luce nmny Invitations nnd It will Indeed bo ner.
yeuia and as n result holds many tio- u pleasure lo huvo the queen who Is Admiral and Sirs. Cowlcs wilt 011-
phles. Sir. Wtightnian Is 11 llmvnid ho much n purl of Hawaii's present, ii'torltiln this evening at a small and in-
gtadnate and 11 lawyer nnd Is Iho b iiilntet or Hawaiian Blngcrs will enter- J formal dinner In honor or Sir mid
ol one ol the wealthiest capitalists In tulu Ibe guoats dining the evening, .Mis. Neville, who are here visiting
Hronklyn, Slnss. Sirs. Wrlghtiunii Is much to tho pleasure or the guests, j Major and Sirs. Neville Covers will
well and very pleasantly known by a .Mr. and Sirs. SLicfaiiulnu's In- be laid for eight. llrldge will oc
large number of Honolulu people, es- lled guests are Her .Majesty 'cupy the evening. I'lifortiiuntely Slujor
pecinlly those Interested In tenuis, the Queen I.llluokalanl, Sir and Sirs. Neville's wife will be unable to attend
sluceie good vvlahes for their luippl- Wllllani lluiiovvs, Sllss Jane as she Is just convalescent from pneu
itcss Is extended by Ilonululaiis. 1 Is given. Sir nnd Sirs Aluioku Do- motila Admiral mid Sirs, Covvles are
.minis, Prince and Princess Kalanliuia-1 among tho most populiir of the sor-
'lliiirilu) Lunch Club. Hie, Mr mid Mis, Hubert Shingle, Sir ixlre people, they are bo lienity mid
The Thursday Lunch Club with Sllss nnd Sirs, (leorgo Hcckloy, Sir mid whole souled thnt they uro 11 real tiea-
31 r. nnd .Mrs. Hi-nr) V. Mlcbmaii's
3lr. mill .Mr. Ilcnrge Conke's lllnnrr
Captain mul .Mrs. .Mnrlx llmmri'il.
.Mrs, Caroline Ilrldgo's Vlelel III r.
A'miiiir llalchchirs to Lnlcrlalu.
ltaiightcrs of the Vmcrlran lteiidtilliui
Icnnls (iiaiiipliin lleciiiui's 11 llrlile.
.Miss I r ma llnlletil) tie's llrldge Ten.
Thiirsdii) Lunch Club.
..Mr. mul .Mrs. M'nltor .Macfnrlmie's I'ol
.Misses .McSlncker's Xiuel Knlrrliiin
liieni. Iliiuclng Purl) on I'. S. S. Callfnrnla.
.Mr. ami .Mrs, F. V. .Miirfarlniie's Din
ner. .Miss Sllcklir's liaiicc.
The .Morning .Music Club.
31lss .liiliiismi's Dancing Pari).
.Mr. mul .Mrs. Williamson's Illuiier.
.Mrs. (iussle Schmidt's llrldge.
.Mrs. .Miicall's Sung Iteilliil.
ditilral mid .Mrs. Cow Irs Dinner.
Captain ami .Mrs. Wilbur's Dinner.
.Mr. and Mrs. Sviiin)'s Dinner.
.Mr. mul .Mrs, .hiiues Wlliler's Dinner.
.Mrs. I'raiicls J. Sivnnz)'s Tea.
.Mrs. I.'crrll Hlliler's Tea.
.Mr. Juicl lleerr's I'ol Slipper.
A Mlilsiercd L'ligagemi'iil.
K i o
H , A ulilsicrcd Liigagemi'iil. ,N
sure, their guestB will bo Sir. mid Sirs.
Neville, .Major Neville, Capt. and Sirs.
Clifton C. Carter mid Sllss Kdltli
Covvles. Sir. mul Sirs. Nnvlllc nimii to
the regret uf their fainlly leave hero
.Mrs. (iussle Schmidt's llrldge.
Mrs. Uusslo Schmidt In hor usual
chuinilug manner entertained eight
guests on Thuisd.iy afternoon. Sirs.
Schmidt Is one of tho really clever
women of our Island, her canvas al
ways being very much nought, urtcr.
along with being talented, she is a
most gracious and genial friend, and
ll Is always a pleasure to be bidden
to any affair that she plans. Tho deli
cious refiesbineuts of salad, sand
wiches, colfeo nnd daintily prepared
Ices were greatly enjoyed. Sirs.
Schmidt's guests were Sirs. Helen Noo
111111, Sirs. Fred Damon, Sirs. Harold
(llrrnul, Sirs. Wllllani Williamson,
Sirs. Theodore Uinalng, Sirs. James
Dougheity, Sirs. Charles Falk. The
gifts for bcBt scoring were dainty hat
The Lulling Card Clubj
I Mr. mid Sirs. S. De Fnlworo boat
nnil hostess to the Kvenpird Club
xv bleb met nt their liniuli Wednes
day evening. Ilrldgo inpled tho
evening alter which a pet supper
was served. Mrs. Ilalph SI0010
noiniil lilc'ieqt nnd reeel (IB lior re-
xviud a Ilohomlan conlt wlillo 1).
Case for bis scoring hist wiib glv
,ii a line leather belt. Jo card club
members aro Sir. and 1 Do Freest,
Mr. mul Sirs. Clinton ( 1. Professor
mid Sirs. Andrews, SIrAl Mrs. Hnn
ilolnti Mimrn. Mr. nlul . J. J. Hol-
ser. Sir. nnd Sirs. Chi
land Sirs. Curry, SIlsTbomas uud
Colonial Dancing Par
Sllss Johnson of (holloulal Is hos
tess this evening at iinull Informal
house guest ihiiice, tl!(fteront guest s
of the Colo11l.1l will guests who
will dalico to the mij of u qulnlet,
nfter which a llglit bt-t supiier will
bo sorxed. Tbo 11IT11I1 t the Colonial
aro always 11 pleasur be bidden to.
B.m 1 mlhpmiiti m nt Omen.,
S'S (hTraBTMOPKlK'- m
Kvpriiinrfu Admires a .Heaullful LomxlOTl'
DR. T. FELIX GOURAP'S
OR MAGICAL BE JTIFIER
Jin Indispensable at Delightful
for Fashionable Somen.
A dally neoeMlty for 0 ladles' toilet
tvliAlhor ill limn,! ill 111
...,...., a ,1... klrlti ftn,,, lilirldllS
,.r .i.n nl...,.ni, nli'a, , Jf nnrlrf 111! V ef'
fectlvu liruuty to thu roillcxlon. It 1
perfcit iion-giensy Tollefiwim onU 1h)
Itlvely will not cmisii J oiiciiiirnge ilia
growth of liuir whlili I ladles should
guard ngnlnst vvbcii sclcuB 11 toilet pre
IHtrutlnii, When il.iiiiiiiiJIiuwiliiB or oth
er exerlloni bwit tbo 1. ', It pievcnts a
Oouraud'i Oriental ream 1ms been
highly recommended b ihlehinsi, act
rensos. sinners nnd xvoi 11 of bullion ror
over buir 11 century in ennnot bo urp
punned vvlmn preparing r dally or even
Inc attire. I .,
uouraua s uneniai rcai" 'U,,,0V, i
nlscniies and relieves Sunmirn. Itomoves 'run, l'lmpleiJl-MKnoiuH, JlJ''i
Pntcliei. Itaili, I'rccklofl and Vulgar Itnlncss. Yelloxv nnd lidily Skin, slvlius
a delicately tlcir nnd reflnen comploxlnn wlileli every xi"uul ucsircs.
No. 11 For salo by Drucclsts and runcv Oooda rulers.
Ferd. T. Hopkirw, Prop., 37 Great Jones Strdt, New York.
Sailors and Panamas
Spring Hats - Newest Importations
MONDAY MORNING. March 11,
We will show a new consignment of LACE TRIMMED and FEATHER HATS in the exclusive styles which can be obtained in our MILLINERY
DEPARTMENT. A few handsome BIRD OF PARADISE models will be included in the display.
In Tailored Hats
We are showing just the smartest things for present wear, including TAG AL, HEMP, and MALINE effects, to mention only a few, at prices which begin at
JJJ 3. 50 and range reasonably upwards.
N. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.