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CVCNINO DULtCTIN, HjONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 16, 1912.
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MUCH TO OCCOFV SOCIETY FOLK H
While limn- has been eon-lduinblo lakniui iivi-mic Is n cemented water-
I- down limn t..f whirling to.npn l.j way i.n.l'tho plan nl picurnt Is thoi
Mm I, ru.-Iii.v uIxiomiI r l: tun- election of ntnlrim plpiu gubniit llvo
Hi- priilleiillal pciled Is by no iuo.uih lect high nn.l covering the IciirIIi of
Hill. Tor tin- il.isri"., lectin, nusl- the vvnlervvny ami planting one il our
men mill philanthropic cntorprifcs. numernua vine thm grow to luxtirl-,
'"" '" 1'P.ir.illmiH fur trips nliiond m,ll and nrc u gmgcoui alght In th"
I'",, iver mio Jimt .im m.i.lly huy. Islnudcr iik well in. the utrangor In our
i.m ili'itiicb thcio In not no mii'-li In- illy. Tim pmMlilllllw for heuutlMiiK
h iflimiRo of invitations, as there was Honolulu nio tdniply Hplondld l". Is
" f'w wc'' B 'Mnceiol.v Imped Hint All. Mo.Wu will1
I hf bow Iiir circle of Hip old-fa.lh- l. ninnm.' n.n ..!.,..,.. m-i., i n i
ml kind Ini" liri.ii revived In Mini- with a good load and niagnlllccnt llow
I.ii rnvor nnd the engaged glil- .up p,,, i,os Mul si,rm )t ouj il0 .,
mv,ng all tliilr filcn.N emhiolilcr for, much pleasure to our lionio people us
ihpui the nrtPinuoiiM. with tiu fol- t,e tourist. Mm. R .1. Umrcy, who
........h. uu ., ,cn.iiu nir ministry ir npaillni! thin movement In hln;?
Kin.e of the Rlrls can ilo I'c.iutltiil most ugrernble insisted by u circle ill
v.oih, us line n.i the h"st rrom th women who always accomplish lt.l-
icii.-u convent or Madeira workers, inipfllonahly whatever Ik undertaken"
rnd flnce It Is now the Mil to h.ive ,y tin-in. the Clicle Ih lompotod of1
oi.pb. lingerie .ill done hy hand, the jrB. p j. i.0wrey A chairman, Mrs '
Rlrls imp all kejit very busy Hulceil GcofRC ?heiman, Mrs. C. M. Cooke.
Anil there nlfalrs uro not at all dull. Mrs. Henry Wntorhoune, .Mrs. Isaac
.-' i-iiiii; mm. n tcninR uee as u rounii Cox.
i for the strnj com erf alien that In
Icref.m ieople. Ilere.too.one makes the
plans for Utile Impromptu luncheons
nml tens and the lilt of work iIihm no
hnim. mill the encuR'-d Rlrls ale te.lp
inp a lot of lielipflt from It. mid thu
rills thorouRhly enjoy the dellRhtfill
iilleinoons of chatter with each other.
Hip (liit-'iM)iiiir ( Irrle.
Tim Outdoor Circle Is inakliiR Rreit
lirosress In their efforts to beautify
Honolulu nml Its surroundiiiR coiinto.
Muih hits been. said and a Rrcnt deal
accomplished but. theie yet, rcinalns
mi untold nmuunt of labor and thought
Leforo the results planned by this
lndy of competent women can be at
tained, tho Individual work of ery
woman Is necessary to accoinplln'i t'lls
runt wink so well begun, and It can
not be too deeply drunk In, that, un
less the Circle has the united cfldrt
of our women, little will be achieved.
The hope (if 'tho Outdoor Clrclo is that
one or two 'women'' In each block In
tin Ir own lannrllnte nelshborhood will
le ip.prnftfbla for the grovtli of whnt
cer in.iy'lfe phtltcd, ell her trees ur
Bin nljs .nml nre that the plants are
properly nourished. Plants mo !lk
human heiiiRS III 1 1 To, they will die If
otancd and It certainly behooves cv
eiy one of us to do our part It Is
not for todny that this Important
mnieinent Is being carried forward,
bill the RellPiatlons In come nro the
ones who nro soIiir to profit b) tlip
unsolilali mid Rpnerous spirit that Is
at the back of this undcrtaklnR The
plan at present Is to llnlsh Aala Park,
before anytlilnR else, Is started, fiom
tlrie the work on Knlakaua nwiilie
will rerelp the nttPl.tlou of the Cir
cle The row of trees' to ho planted
down the center of tills, our only Im'i
levard, has not been decided upon liul
the hope Is that lilRorolm will be the
tree seleited iind us nn underRrnwtli,
either bouRiinvlllea or some other low
riowIiir shrub. Another hope of tho
Circle is n beautiful gateway as out
lined b Mr. Mulford' llohlnson nn
KtliR and Kalakauu iivcnuo. Tho
tielllM of Klauurh Iron pIplnR to be
IiIrIi puoiirIi and us wide as In keep
Iiir wllh the dlmilty of the bouloviird,
this to be coNorcd with beautiful
(llinliiiiR vines siicIl us lioiiRauvllle.i
or huupala Absolutely nn step Is tak
en In rcRiird to this great work tiu
lesn It has hecn tlioroiiRhly Rone over
by Mr Dailil HaiiRhs of thu (loern
inent Nurseiy, and Mr. llalpli llnsmer
the (Jmorninent finesler, who are
l iidlnR such Rreat aid and advice. Mr
Julius Asch is iiIko a kindly helper, do
ing it Rreat deal to help this wink
The board of supervisors are un-'
tiring In their effort to assist, are
considerate and gracious and more
than willing to do their puit. '
A Whispered Engagement.
There Is a whlspcicd engagement,
of a very pinniliient jining society gu'
who Is In every hcnse an Island glil
lo a rather prominent man In the m t
vice. More anon!
.11 r. and .1lr. I'crclej llorne Knlerlntn
A delightful dinner wns that given'
by Mr. and Mrs. l'erlcy Home In hon
or of Colonel and .Mrs. Drown, who
are at present In Honolulu. The dlue
nur Riiests of Mr. and Mrs. ifiirne wcro
Colonel ami Mrs. lliown nml Mcut.
and Mrs. Turner of Kumehanieha
Mrs. Hnhci!t, me JINs Irene ('i.(ier, wife of I.tcul, llntti a-tll, V. S. X.
M:e leaves for Hie i i-l n UciIjh'mIij nl'ler Ming nmcli eiiterlalncil
I'i'fe fur Hie pus I few vveek.
.Mr. nml Mrs. Frank ('. Alliirlun i:n-
At a table moBt exipiisltely decor
ated with the varied coloied nastur
tilums that grow eo luxurlanlly In
Honolulu, Mr iind .Mrs. l-'ranl. Ather
tou cutertalue.1 at dfuiier for six
f i lends. The evening nfter dinner was
hlicnt In music. Mr. and Mrs. Alher
lon's guests were Mr nml .Mis. Arthur
!' Orimths. Itcv and .Mrs. CIiiuIpb
Simpson. Mrs. Charles Athertou nml
Mr. Wnllare Alevnnder of San Fran
clsco. .Mr. II. .1. I'ratl, n illuni-r Host.
Tne University Club dining hull was
tho scene of a Jolly dinner that wus
given by Mr. It. J. Pratt in honor of
Mr. Alexander (J. Hawes, Jr., who has
been so much feted during his short
stuy In town. Tho dinner took placo
on Monday evening and those seated
aiound this hospitable board besides
tho host were Mr. Alexander (J. I lanes
Jr., Mr Charles I'orster, Mr. Henry
Genlcln and Mr. Ilcrtrnm von Diuiiin.
.Mr. nml .Mrs. I'rcilcrii'k Jenlll l.uvv-
Mr. mid Mrs. Frederick Jewltt Iivv
tey were dinner host nml IiosIcmi on
Tuesdiiy evening, when they entertain
ed In honor of Dr. and Mrs. Addison of
llcrkcley, and Mrs. iind Miss Whooti
ol California. The table was beauti
fully decorated, tho center pleco be
ing computed of n low silver basket
to the attractiveness of tho whole Mr well Ilumplireys, Italpli Anil, Frank
mid .Mrs livvrcy lire among the ilicle Thornpmu, Jr, illchnrd Slmonlon.
of inniit cluiiiiiing people anil an in- I" rk"r Wldeinann, .Morris Hticatc-
vilatlon to their ho.spltnblo lionio Is meer, Ferdinand lions, Carl Walde
nlvvnys gladly accepted. Mr. and Mrs. meyer, Tom Chinch, Wllholm Walde-
Uiwrey's guests were Dr. nnd Mrs.
Addison, Mrs. mid SIlss Whoon, Uov-,
ernor Walter Fienr. Mr. and Mrs. '
Fredcrhk Lovvrey, Mr. and Mis. Wll-
lllitm It Catlc. Ml. ami Mis. Rucr
'wmd Lovvrcy ii-i.l Mre. Ibv.y Wa.er-
.Mr. .iicl Hi err I'ul .Mippcr. i
yer. Jaines Cullllngvvortli nnd James
Dr. and .Mrs. c. . iiemmrrN Dinner.
Mr. and .".lis A. 1. lUypol.ls of Ktif
fulu. Kev Vur'j,. vio!o the honored
guests nt n well uppo luted di.ini r giv
en in their honor on S.itiiulay evening
by Dr. nnd Mrs Dcnimer. The table
Illshop Osborne wns the conipllnien-, decornllous weie a rustic blown lni
led guest of his cousin, Mr. Noel I l:ct "Hid with pale lavender listers
Deerr, on Tuesday evenlifs, when ho,111"' llulc liei;pulii. nnd fenthery ferns
entertained In honor of this dlstlng- '- elRh.t guests vvho enjojed Dr mid
ulhhed traveler. Tho table decorations, Mrs Dntuuin'r's 'dinner were Mr and
were. In keeping with tho repntt, a XIra A. I lle'ynolils. Colonel and Mrs.
low rustic basket filled with llnwiiliuu : ItmlJsh. CiifHnlii nnd Mrs. Shuttle
fruits nttrnucd niuch lUtentioii. At worth,
each place, were m ranged fragrant
nmlle and carnation lels without .Mrs, .lauies I'lnc's l.iiurlicuu.
which u pol supper would be lacking! Mrs .lauus I'lne wns u luncheon
Indeed. Mr. Noel Dcorr't. guests ln- hnstess on Tuesday of this week at a
vlled to meet Illshop Osborno, vveio peilcetry iippiiluteil table. The live
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander (1. Hawes. ' fi lends sat mid enjoyed not only n
Jr, Mis. Francis .Mills Svanz, Miss delicious luncheon but also tlio society
Nora Sumizy, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Janiefoujof each otlfcr. The lithlo was a mass
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Cockburn. After . of lovely yellow rot.es mid feins Mra
this delightful feast or Hawaiian tn-' J'Iw'h guests vveto Miss Hetty Caso,
bio ilcllcaclr3, tho remainder of tho Minx l.ydla JlcSlocker, Miss Clnia
evening was plem-anlly spent playing Frank, Mlts Allco Cooper mid MlbB . lu-
several eclllng rubbers of tio all ab
sorbing game of bridge.
.Muster Charles Chllllngivorlli, Jr,
Charlen Chlllliigvvoilh, Jr, celebrat
.Mrs. Jumps Fine anil .Miss Cniipei'.s
Mrs. .lames I'lno mid Miss Alice
Cooper will he hostesses nt a bridge
lunrhro'i In honor of their ulster.
Pit Ills Dili veal lillthdiiv on VAYilti. h,
day afternoon. A most delightful time! Mrs. lliiEtvedt. who leaven Honolulu
tilled with dainty pink begonia IiIos-jwiih had hy tho bovs and the gentler nil Wednesday for her futuin homo In
soma and feathery maiden hair ferns. ' sex, being eliminated. Games nnd oth-1 tho States. Tho luncheon Is lo bo a
Ihe placo cards weio dainty hits of er amusements dear lo the hearts of very elabornlo nnd many novel nnd
niii prising Ideas will evolve Tho
water color. The Uiwrey home Is nil hoys oicu pled them until tho hour
one of the most aitistle houses In for lefreshnicut when all did Justice
Honolulu, being so arranged as to (o tho delicious refieshmcntn tcrveil.
permit the vlow of thu lower Hour Chniles gucsln wero I'llnce Kalaknua.
unobstructed, the Italian fountain In Arthur llrnuu, Jr. I.eo Cuniuiliis, link
Cooper mansion Is one of tho tho fin
est houses 111 Honolulu, mid therefore
perlectly udapted to untcrtulnmont of
nny nature Tho view Is unsurpassed
llRhlfiilly cool. The ileeorullona for
Monday's luncheon nro to bo very uni
que and different from tho usual rim
ol pin lies. Mrs. I'lne and Miss Coo
por'n guests will be tho guest or honor
Mis. Ilustvcdt, Miss Case, MIfd
riiiicnto Hofrnmn, Miss Helen North,
Miss Irinu llnllentjne, Miss Helen
Urown, Miss ICdllli Covvles, Mlsr, Frec
mau, Miss llelelillockwell, Miss Flor
enco (lurtey, Miss Ilerthn Kopke, Miss
Ktlicl Spalding, Miss Nora Hwaiizy,
Allim Franck, Miss l.ydla McSlocltpr,
Jllss Julie McSlockcr, Mrs. Ilnrry
Ik'phuin, Mrs. Herald Johnson, Mrs
Donald lloss mid Mis. JohtiEon of
Two of Honolulu's old fiiiiilllen wero
brou,!it In cloter coniiaunloii tin
Tu sd.iy of this week, vvlien Mr. (leu
Uwntt gave his daughter. Killth
to Mr I'.obcrt Cntton. The wed
ding was ti small one, only
iclatlvcs iind Intimate friends vveto
bidden The bride whb veiy bcaullfull)
gowned In u clinging whole robe and
the traditional veil was replaced by n
plumed vvhlto plclutc hat that wan
most becoming. AHer u short Btay In
the country, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cation will
occupy the Oilman cottugo nt old
KjT- j.i,,Yvr',Vf'V4W'''-i-v t j:i
B : . t. - ' .!:
.Major mid .Mrs.
Minor mid Mrs.
Utile buiigalnvv of
was tho scene of u very dtilnty dinner
on Tuesday evening, when they en
tertained pi lor lo tlio transport hop
nt tin Monna. The tnblo center win
n bloom In pink mid lavender, n low
basket being filled with pink grin
nlutns mid modest little violets wllh
tho velvety green leaves or tho gera
niums, as the touch or greili nt each
giifBt'B plnco wns a corsage bouu.net
or violets and tho place cauls wero
also of this dainty flower. Major and
Mrs. Timbcrlako me among the Host
popular and charmingly delightful
people or tho sen Ice III the Islands.
Their dear Utile bungalow breathes mi
atmosphere or porrcct hospllnllly nnd
wekome. Major mid Mm. Timber
lake's dinner gueiits wpio MIsb Ciisii,
.Miss Cornel, l.leut. Viiughnn, Mr. Ub
bomo nnd Mr. Ciirulhcrs.
JINs Alice Cuoper's Iliinlng Tennis
Miss AIlcu Cooper was a tennis hos
tess on Thursday evening when sev
eral sets of this very delightful amuse
ment was indulged In. After the sets
were played off a delicious chilling
dish supper was served nt tho homo
ot l.leut. mid Mrs, Jnnies Fine. MI-sb
Cooper's guests were MIsb Case, Miss
lrm.i Dnlleutyne, Miss Franck, Mr,
and Mrs, James I'lne, Mr. nostrum,
Knslgu Ilaughuimi, Ktislgn Comaii,
Paymaster Tedean iind Mr. Uert
.Miiiina Hotel Dame.
Tho dance given by the management
or tiio Mniinn llutnl on Tue.id.ty liven
ing was n decided success, the night
being cool, made It Ideal tor tripping
the light fantastic too and tho scene
wns very gay. Tho drawing room of
tho hotel makes u very pretty 'Set
ting for an cnteitulnuicnt and thu nil-
'I he Oiit-nMlnor Circle.
.Mr. mid .Mrs. l'crlc llorne Ktilcrlalu.
Sir. ami Mrs. Frank Alherlnn's Dinner
.Mr. It. .1. I'ratl Dinner Host.
Monna Hotel Dance.
Jlr. iind .Mrs. rrcilrrlrk .IchIII l.im-
Mr. Noel Dcerr's I'ol .Slipper.
.Master Charles ('hllllugvviiilh's lllrlh-
Dr. and .Mrs. ('. ('. lire rs' Dinner.
.Mr. ami .Mrs. Augustus .Murphi's Din
Mrs. James Flue's J.iiiiclieoti.
A ('inning Kug.iKi'Uirnl.
.Mrs. F. II. Kdwarils a llrldre llmless.
.Majnr ami .Mrs. Tlmbrrlake's Dlutier.
.Miss A I Ire Cooper's Tennis Kirutng.
.Mrs. .1. S. Hllllams anil .Mrs. V. II.
.Mrs. James I'lne anil .Miss Cooper's
The Thlrlcen Chili.
.Mrs. Woolen's llrlilge Tea.
.Mrs. Mitlfir Coiv!e.s' llrlilge Ten.
Mrs. (Jill's Tea.
.Mrs. Freeman's l.nnrheon.
Mrs, James .M. hcnni'ilj's laiuclienii.
Cnplalii mid .Mrs, MtieDiiugal's Dlnurl.
Mrs. Siuiliigiile's flnlf Trophj.
Mr. and Mrs. C. . J. Deerlng.
.Mr. nml Mrs. Holierl .Slilnglr nt I'eiiln-
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.TyrX vpJKi bfc
illt Ion of the iinlforius of l.'nclo Sam's
nlllccrs and the pretty dccolletlo
gowns of tho women nuulo tho plc
turo most nttractlvo.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shingle's Picnic
Mr. and Mrs. rtobcrt Shlnslc will
give a most delightful Sunday plculc
In honor ot a largo number of frlcnd.i
who cetehrntc their blitlidn.vs during
tho liioulli of Mm eh. Am nig the
friends whose birthday will bo iclc
Mated aro Mra. Waller Macfarlnnc,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Campbell, Miss
Marjory Frceth and llttlo Kalnkaua
and Kaplolaul Knwiiiianakoa. This de
lightful i-ii ty will be held nt the l'e
liliiRiila home or Mr. nnd Mrs. Shlu-jle.
Among Hut guesti' bh'den will bo
l'rlnco and Princess Kalani.ininln Mr.
nml Mm, Itiiiiovvs. Mm. .latio l.lbbey,
Mr and Mrs. Clow, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Falk, Mm. Fllzaliolh Frceth, Mr. and
Mm. Waller Mncfarlano, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnriy Lewis, Mr. Don
ald I.ovvlr, Miss Marjory Frceth, Miss
Julia Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Campbell, Mr. and Mis. St. C. Sayic.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lucas, "Mr. and
Mrs. Ocno Campbell. Mrs. (lusolu
Schmidt, Mr. Htnnlon, Dr. nnd Mrs.
HodgiiiB, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wldciuann,
Miss Cummins, Mr. Clarence Macfar
lane, .Mrs. Lederer, Mr. Follltz, Mlns
Koto Mclntyro, Mr. Jnck Atkinson,
Miss Magglo Mclntyro, Mr. and Mra.
Clow, Mr. Itothschltd, mid others.
Kiisign and Mrs. Ilustvcdt came lo
town from the l'ciilusula country lionio
of Jiulgo nnd .Mrs. Henry K, Cooper,
whoro they have been spending their
lionoymoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Ilustvcdt .
will leave Honolulu In the Siena on
Wedlierdny uiornlng for lltoinertmi,
and unlll their deparluio will bo the
house guests of Judge and Mm. Coop
Miss Juliet Hartwell wits an out-
George Dccklcy, .Mr nnd Mm. Adams, going passenger on Ihe l.uillno.
You Will Be Satisfied with the
Work of this Laundry
Men and Women's garments laundried
Dry Cleaning by Abadie's French
nlting On tlm Wnlklkl side f'frj-.L'."'.for..li:r. nf.ii!.Jl!1,qi. j(l? gLMi!-y,-W"llP1'' M.ilmm Humphreys, Cabl-utml nlnng with, being tienutlful lo do
D 777 King Street
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Wo curi un exteiiHivc line in all
giailcs 'or Women and Children.
nn BoiiuthlliK new this (Spring (or
ladies They are III every way the
Id. al Huluiinlug garment,
MEN'S BATHING. SUITS
All wool and extra heavy We have
Ihcin III iiiiv). red and Marl,, at prkc
from ' 50
BATHING SLIPPERS, CAPS AND
ALL THE WORLD IS WEARING LINEN THIS YEAR. We have just
opened a nice line of Imported Irish Linens in white and
colors; also some choice stripes in black and white effect.
Ramie Dress Linen, 36 in., all colors, - 65c yd i
White Costume Linens, 36 in,, all colors,
50c, 75c, $1.00 yd
Colored Costume Linens, 27 in., all shades, 45c yd
Striped Dress Linens, 27 in., - - 45c yd
The display of Fox'oign and American Dress Goods for Spring
Weai' is now at its height
New Hprlng model uro now being
hIiohii In giey, navy anil dlilped Berge.
Our perfect lifting WI1ITIJ SiUKilJ
HIMTH at Jl'5 am cut on tlw latest
linen, and uiu bplemllil value.
WASHABLE CORDUROY SKIRTS
We have Just opened up two nuiu
Ih'I'h In lliceo i,t) Huh and popular gar
inenlM 13.50 nnd ti Co.
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