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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAR. 16 19)2.
Mrs. Jam's Madlcon Kennedy' Bridge
1 tmrlic nm always thp touchitono of
l ho tighter hospitality In which n
mi'ii dclleht, lime crowded ench other
iIuiIiik tilt past week. No pirtlos of
tin1 ppainu hmo seemed mure 2j:re,c
:i !)' liiul o t ill v (Kiiicntn of tho bout
I In: llminliilii kiiiIiI do In tho way of
uniting Kcntlc)Ci)ilp nil (if n kind than
(ho numerous hflilRo liuicheoiiR nmt
ic.'isi of thtn week. Ono Hint uni par
tiriilnrl) lutorcitlnp wan tho St I'nt
rlrl.'H hrldKO Innclicoii rIoii nt tho
lui pliable homo nf Mr. .lumcH Mmll
i 'Mi Kojiticily nf Tort Klin Tier, when
till. rharinliiK woiinn enlei tallied n
honor nf Mi. M. M. M-iieoiiili ami
Mir I'ntnitn, who Is mi shortly to
lrjt cur slmrpx. Tho roIiik nwnv ir
C'.iitnln nnd Mrs. I'litnnin Is u keen
inriow to their many friends. Mrs.
K niicily't hinrliton nnd hrhlKQ color-
el'emu wan Rieeji nnd white, the
In' elieon table hnxliiK n low mound pf
ih inn cks. imihlcnlinlr fern ami wlillo
ilulslcs. Tim place-ctnls were plain
whltp wild MrR. Ken.iedy'g moii'isr-yn
In I'liht and cie'i t)ed with :i dnlnly hit
nt 1'ieen pllii illihoii. Tho slhor can-
illui.llcks had fjuen nllk Hh.iden lie
iii-atli their Bllver flllereo Eliadet that
le-it a restful tnuo to the besutlfuly
ilrciraled dliilnK-room, After n ie
lll'lilfiil luncheon, In which the pre
vailing lor of tho day was alwas
nppiient, lirldi'.e became thn luxplip
tlon for tho afternoon. Tlio scoip-i-iiiIr
were Rlen with appropriate Ir
ish aiiecdoteR for each Kiicst, and they
canned no end of mil th. (lieeu Bat In
llhlion and Kieen pencils wero on the
Fcoie-eanlH. Tho prices were rcIb of
nrd-tiihle roxerH numbered ono ,two
nnd Ihieo, nnd tho Initials of each re
rlpleul Ig to he douo on each Hift, Mrs.
Ki'iinedy'R quests ero Mrfl. M, M.
Macomb and Mrs, A. II. l'litnatn, for
whom this ciy delightful ami novel
paity was nrr.nwil; Mrs. W. C. Nev
ille, Mm. William P. Woolen. Mm.
IMwnnl Tlnibeilakp, Mrs. .lolm Whol
le, Mrs. Tiitllc. MVs. 1 II. Edwards,
Vrn. i;. l. Cook, Mrs. Hrown, Mrs.
Turner, MrR. Preston, Mrs. Kiccmaii,
Mrn Clifton Caller, Mrs. McAfeo and
people wilt uutir this tournament
was In tho Inst one
Mrs. J. 8. Williams and Mr. E. B. hcr sister, Miss I'rronian, on TiiORilay
Walker's Brldae. of ticU week This limcheon'R color
Mrs Wllllnni nnd Mrs. Wnlkcr en- scheme Is to he rarrled out eiillicly In
tertalned on Fihlay nrtcrnoon nt oiio'lilnk, It IioIiik tho favoiltu color of the
of the larKOst nnd most dollKhlful.liostn Tho cciiterpltcc Is to ho n
liildKB nnd hearts p.irtoi of this t.c.i-!low rock-irystal howl tilled with il'aln-
son. Tho houso ilecirnllons wero all.t.v pint nneiiuiir ntut petals of tins
In Krccn, the color Brhenio being c:ir-.!iino dalntj lilooin aio to cocr the
lied out In tho smallest detail. The damask, nprnyod with feathery fernt
score cards nnd dainty refreshments' 11ns place cards aro to lie dainty
cairled out the colois of dear old St 'spr.is of pink wild loses and nt each
Patrick most hoaiitlfully. Tho nrtw-.Kiieet's place will be n cpiaaKu liyu
ile hutiKalow never npjicaroil to Ijettcri 'met of vlnleta. Tho clocfrlo HrIiIi
ndynntnuo than It did on Friday after-' nro to ho shuded in pink nad lho can
noon. Mrs Wnlkcr's and Mrs. Wll-jdles on the tililo In silver candlesticks
Hams' Riiosts wcio Mrs.Wnltor Cowles.uire to he unshaded, which will make,
Mrs. M. M, Maionili Mis. Kdwaril n very effective) nnd novel ndurnnient.
Timhcilake, Mrs. William P. Wooton.jMrs. l-reoiiiaii h miosis will Include
Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. llockwoll. Jlrs. her motlier, Madam r reeniaii, Miss
Ilosa KliiKsliury, Mrs. A. II. Putnam,' Freeman, for whom this delightful pir-
Mrs. I.owls Watklns, MrR Tutlle, Mrs.M.v is planned, luid Miss llnlierlu Wlul
Mrs. Walter CovJet' Bridge Tea.
Mrs Walter Cowlcs will entertain
on Monday afternoon In honor of Mis
Frost of Chicago and Mrs, Cnrr of
England. On account of tho I.'Milen
season this patty Is to ho very Infor
mal and will therefore he nil tho more
onjoynlile. Theio will ho four tiihle
of lilldgo with n K'ioitl iiiiinher of
friends dropping in for ten In the Into
iiftornoon. Mis. Cowles Is one of tho
most iiopulnr uiul Keiiuluel) well-lilted
women In Honolulu, she Is a woman
of not only n vciy charming and
wholesome poisonaltt) nut withal ro
natural that cver.wiuo Just wants to
have this gladsome woman nrouiid
as pel funned at tho Fiiliinont Hotel. Axl
Is often the cafe, a vein of rom.iuco
ruiiH thiough the ineotlng of this hrldol
and groom, for It was while Mrs. I'ow I
ell was tho liuicheon guest of Mrs '
Thomas, wife of Hear Admiral Thom
as, Hint the meeting tool, place and a
friendship was formed that will last
for nit time. Honolulu Is an Ideal
plncc for n honeymoon llnrdlv a
steamer from the mainland thai douJ
not liunst nt least one mooning couple '
Tho hrldo Is the dniighler of Ii. nnd'
Mrs Frank Ilylngton and a nleio oil
Mr. Frank Plxley. I.lciiteuniit nnd
Mrs. Howell for the present aro guosiR
of (ho Moana Hotel. I
Miss Ilernlco llnrtwell was tho win-'
ner of tho ladles' golf tournament Ilti
Mrs. Cowlcs' guestH will he Mrs. Frost Inlie-l "i's week over tho Country Chili
and Mis. Carr. for whom tho nartv cotirtP, defeating Miss Alice tooko
Preston, Mrs. Hrown. Mrs. Cook, Mis.
Cllffnrd (lame, Mrs. J. F. Sliced-, Mr.
Hiown Mrs Turner, Mrs. UayUir, Mrs,
Whulley, Mis. II. P. Wilbur. Mrs.
Held, Mrs. Xlary Wldillneld, Mrs. Clif
ton Caller, Mrs. William Coleman,
Mrs. Willis, Mrs. .lames Mndlson Ken
nedy, Mrs. Cusp, Mrs. Freeman, Mcs.
FrunelR Hoy Smith, Mrs. F. I). Smith,
Mrs. Samuel Wlddlucld, Mies IMltu
Cowles .Miss Case, Miss Illgclow, .MU.
Frceinnn. Miss (lamliol, Mlsn Hrown,
Miss Cooper. The gifts to tjiose scor
ing highest wore: First prime, u hem
llful scene of ll.iwall, was nwardcil to
JIIss Freeman of rort Slnfter: sec
ond prize, n Ilnwallnii picture, was vcry llnnty n(1 simply delicious. Mrs.
ley MUs Elhol Spalding .Miss Allen
Cooper, Miss Helen llockwoll, Mrs.
Gerald Johnson of linger and Mrs.
Mrs. John Guild's Tea.
Mrs. John (lulld gavo a dollghlfiillj
Informal tea In honor of Mrs. Miudoik
of Maul, who Is theli house gueft
fAhout tweutv-nh friends wore In at
tendance. The house was .ihlooiu 111
gorgeous yellow hi jr.iiilhcmiiina In
green vases with the "liver dep.islt.
Tlie Iniial was made lovely with largo
brass howls filled with tl.imlni; hour
gnlnvlllea The lefroshinrntn woio
given to .Mrs. Wntklns; and the heartr
pilzn, wJilili vvns a Hawaiian head
was given to Miss Edith Conleo,
Thirteen Bridge Club.
Tho Thirteen nrldgp Club, with MrR.
John Drew iir hostess, met fin Wed
nesday nfternoon. ThlR club Is ono
of the oldest bridge, clubs In Honolulu
and Informality Is tho keynote to Its
success. Tho members present wero
MrR. John Drew, Mrs. Charles Don,
Mis. Olio Hlcrhach, Mrs. Ferdinand
I.ludorinniin, Mrs. Percy Moise, Mrs
Edwin Homier, Mrs. Handolph Moore,
Mrs. I.yscr, Jlrs. (luy Cchr, Mrs. Wil
liam II. (loelz, Mrs. Potter, and Mrs.
Mrs. George D. Freeman, Jr.,
Mrs. fleorgo D. Freeman has bidden
Alexander poiurd tea.
Captain and Mrs. McDougnl entertain,
Captain and Mrs. McDony.-il entur-
talucd at dinner on Friday evening.
Tho table was made lovely with a low
crystal howl tilled with deep pluk ear
nations nnd Australian fein. C'overH
wero placed for eight.
Mrs. Southgnte's Golf Trophy,
Mrs. Soiithgato, who Is such a ten
nis enthusiast, Is giving a good -by cup
lis n trophy for driving, nppioachlug
a putting contest. Tho tournament
entries will remain open until 9:3')
Tuesday morning. Mrs. Sotithgntu
loaves shortly for her homo In Eng
land and whllo hero hns enjojed our
beautiful golf grounds and Country
Club, 'It Is lovely to find u visitor to
our city who has such a lovo of nut-
six friends to a luncheon In honor of door nthlcttcH. About tho snino set of
given; Miri. M. M. Macomb, Mis. Wll
Hams, Mir Woolen, Mrs Hols, Mrs
William Coleman, Mrs. Piitiiam, Mrs.
William Whitney, Mrs. Klebabn, Mrs
Thos. H. King, Mrs Arnilu Haiiclierg.
Mrs E. Faxon Hlshop, Mrs. Edvvtnd
Tlinhorlako. The tea guests will ho
Mrs. Waller F. Dillingham Mrs. Frau
ds Mills Swanzy. Ml.- Eben Low, Mrs.
Thomas Wall, Mru 1'iauk McStockoi,
Mrs Henry WiitPrlmiirp, Mr l-rcder-
Ick Klninp, Mrs. Cornet and several
Mies Dorothy Hartwell's Luncheon,
Tho social affairs of the week In ro-
tn.nptqt liavo beet ilevoled In a largo
nensuro to the visitors who liavo been
lecclvlng tho traditional wtle.ome from
local Roelety. Theie have been a few
dancing paitles ami they liavo been
the only exceptions, one might ex
plain, to tho rule of clitcrtuluiuilit fur
the over-popular visitor Among tho
vlsllois 'to lie ninth entertained and
filed was Miss Nnncj Wallace of Ha
waii, who has been lho house guest of
MI'S Ilenlllce lloldswoilli Many de
lightful luncheons mid revving tcai
woio planned In honor of this visitor,
hut none gave more plcasuic than did
tho delightful luncheon arranged by
Miss llnrlwoll nnd given at tho alwnvs
IHipular Country Club Tho table was
very pi oil), having as a eenterpleco u
loek-erji.tul and sliver bowl filled with
hrovvii-oyed magent'is and hluo tulle.
Tho hnud-pallitod place cards wero
douo In lavender mid blue. Miss
Hartwell's guests wero Miss Nancy
Wallace, Miss lleatrlco Iloldsworth,
Mis. Albert Judil Mis. Froderlck Uivv
rey, Mru. U'lwrenco Judil. Mrs. Sher
wood Iowioy and Miss Clalro Kelloy,
Bride and Groom Arrive,
l.lputenint Hoss E. Howell of tho
II F S California relumed fiom San
Fram Ifco yosloiday by the Sierra,
bringing his bride, who was formoily
Mrs Mnrgerlta Sandgreir of Uis An
geles. The marrlago corem my v wa v
who defeated Mlts Jerslo Konnod) for
final honors In eighteen holes Miss
llaitvvell defenlod .Miss Wllliolniliin
Teiinov In the scml-nmils The tro
phy n stiver cup, was n gilt from Mis
Walter Dillingham, who Is such an
outdoor enthusiast. The golf grounds
uiul delightful siinoiiudltigs mo ic
sponslhlo for n great number of de
lightful ntteiiioons spent on tho hill
hltlahlc. Mr. Alan J. Lovvrey has had an
honor conferred on him that Is n
I'really sought one H Is a lloiiolulu
hor lu the truest roiiso of Hip wind,
nnd nvery ono here takes a pel mum!
Interest In our hoys away nt school
Alan has been elected to lho presl-l
dency of the Phillips I! rooks Homo of
Harvard, an honor Indeed. Ho also
Is tho Ireasnior of lho Hasty Pudding
Club. Mr, livvrey Is in ills Junior
year at Harvard. Honolulu feels very
proud of his achievement.
Mr. and Mrs. Aloxninler O llavves,
Jr. after n most delightful vl-lt to
lloiiolulu, Ion on Friday's steamer for
their home on Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs
llavves have been the Incentive for
ii very groat deal or enteriniuineiii,
both being very popular and much
sought after. It was the great pleas
ure of their friends to do them honor
It Is a pity that their slay Is so short.
Their friends hopo that It will lint bo
long until they aio home again in
Mrs. Arthur P. Nlblack. wife of
Captain Nlblack, II. S. N., was pic
senulod i ocelli ly nt the Herman
couit In Herllu. Mrs. Nlblack. who
was beforo her marrlngo MIsh Mary
Harrington, is n daughter of Mrs. W.
P Harrington of this city Aigonaut
Captain Nlblack vvns stationed nt
our local naval station and Is there
fore very well known to townsicop!e.
Mrs. Nlblntk ulso lias n lrugo number
of friends In tho Islands.
Dear to the Hem Is of the Women.
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necusaiy
Article for Particular women
who Desire to Retain a
Every woman own It to herielf and
lovrd ones to retnln the charm of youtli
nature luu titunr4 upon hrr. For over
half a century tlila artlcl has been uvl
by nctrufAc, lingers unit women of
fiuldon. It rendria lh akin like th
uf intra of velvet leaving It clear ami
pearly white and l hlithlv derlrnble when
tireparlng for dully or evtnlng attire. Ai
It Is a ll'iulu uiul non-sreiisy preparatlnn.
It remalna unnoticed When attending
ilanccs, baits or utlier entertntntnenta. It
prevents a grenay appnrunre of the com
plexion iaux-il by the kln becoming
Qouraud't Oriental Cream cures akin
itlaeuaei nnd retlevia Hunliurn Itemoves
Tim I'llliplea lllui kliraila. Moth l'.ltchea,
llnhh l'r, iklea anil iilirnr lbflneiia.
Tellnw and Muddy skin, giving a dclliatily tiear and renn,nt complexion
which every woniun ilesina , ,
No. JO lor sale by Druggists and Fancy floods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop.. 37 Great Jones Street. New York.
j sriniai i isr- Tasssa s ir-sl -r-st Tsf"""1
jfl'sW w woiiwt m
wm rewx r jiw-Mi. sj
Mr and Mrs. John Hugh Clegg ar
rived on the Wllliolniliin on thelri
In nc moon trip which will extend as
far away as England, the future homo)
of thin delightful couple. After a few!
days In her homo city, Mrs. Clegg and.
I...- l..,ul.n...l . Ill m.ll'ltlll.l fttillr 1,1,11--
lll-'l lllt-lia,ll ,.. V. ..'..' ...... jw... .
ii" to Englaiiil via Australia nnd lho
Suez Canal. As Miss Waller, Mrs.l
,, ..ill .... ...... ..!.. ,u .titl. .,.....1.1
OII'KK Will III' lll.,-l ll. tin.ti,,, , ,-.,n;i.t-j
l.oif.,1 In i, Inpjn number (if frlcildril
who wish tb'Mii a circle of linpplues
Miss' A Hauling. :i sister of Mrs.i
Ernest Wat"ihoiii'o, has Just retiiinedi
fioiu Knual wheio she lias boon the
house guct of Mis. Eric A. Knudscii.
I'ioiii Miss Harding's arrival until her
departilio there was ono round of
gaiety and incnliiiont, not n day pass
ed without It being full of social en
gagements for Ibis miicli-feled young
woman. Miss Hniding leaves on Moll
day on her way to India to Join her
brother, who Is ii inlllloii.iiie heavily
Interested III Hip rubber Industry.
Next month lho Ililn Tennis Club
will hold a handicap tournament for1
members exclusive!). At it meeting
held on Saturday Mr. Eugene Horner
nnd Stephen Desha Jr. mid Mrs. Put-
ten wero chosen to setllo handicaps.
Drawings will ho miido April sixth
and seventh. The tournament opens
Apill sixteenth. Mrs Miidsay-Wal
sou ami Attorney Holph liavo been
elected to membership.
Mr nnd Mrs. A. E. Murphy enter
tained at dinner on Sunday evening
Covers wero laid for nine The guests
of the evening wire Hev Father CiibIi
Italian of (Jgden, Hev Father Cooper
of Sun Frntiilsco, Dr. l-'ignii of San
rranclmo. Mr. Highs, Mrs. Carl dii
Hot, Miss (Inn e Carroll and Mlsn
Tho members of the "Minutes" aro
very busy during this tauten season
sewing gal incuts for Hip poor nnd
tiiedy In our city Each girl member
Is expect) d to niiish six garments and
the pieslilent of the Minutes will, when
Hie sewing Is done which will bo about
Enstcrtlmc, present the box of vv oil-
made and substantial ilothlng to
those needing It most.
Mrs Wnldroii and Mrs Fuller will
be hostesses at n largo and elaborate
four-handed solltiire card party this
evening at the Hotel Courtlnud. Tho
house decorations are to ho green nnd
yellow 111 honor of St. Patrick. Thero
will ho ten tables of cards mid six
prices will bo awarded Hie fortunate
oius. Hefreshmeiits or n very elabor
ate nnd delightful iissiirteiiient will bo
served nt ten-thirty. The scorn cards
lire halidpaluted of green shamrocks
nnd the Irish colors will predominate
in every tiling
Mr. rr.incls M. Swanzv left
Thursday afternoon for a trip to
island of Hawaii.
(Continued on Page 14)
M'Call's for April
M'Call's for April
Sale " Wash Materials
The Entire Stock of White and Colored Wash Goods to be placed on Special Sale on Monday and
. following days
Colored Wash Materials
Batiste, new designs, 10c, 12 Vic, 15c
Colored Dimity, 10c, 12V2C, 15c
Dotted Swiss, 10c, 12y2c, 20c
Geneva Organdy, 10c, 20c
New Mercerized Stripes, 15c, 20c .
Topaz Tissue, 15c, 20c
Printed Sherette, 20c
Flemish Lace Stripes, 25c
New Designs India Silks. 25c
Foulard Sateens, 25c
Fancy Organdies, 20c to 45c
White and Colored Voiles, 17J2C
Colored Sateens, 15c
Rami Linens, 20 c
Fancy Diagonals, 20c
68 in. Light Colored Organdies, 35c
Arnold's Applique Swiss, 15c
Imported Striped Marquisette, 75c
A Beautiful Showing of High-Grade Imported Materials in Embroidered Marquisettes, in a dozen designs; Imported Crepe, plain
and embroidered; Imported Dotted Swiss in big variety. This line of imported materials will be offered at much less than their
real worth next week.
See Our Windows.
See the Big Display on Our Counters
Sale of Waists and Corsets continued
Upstairs All Next Week
SALE BEGINS ON MONDAY MORNING
White Wash Goods
The substitute for all Linen in plain goods
Checks and Stripes, specially priced, 12 1-2, 15c, 20c, 25c
New Swiss in Dots and Checks, . . 15c, 20c, 25c
Chiffon Batiste, 45 in., .... 35c, 50c. 60c
Fine French Lawns, . . 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c
60c value in Persian Lawns, 40c
40c value in Persian Lawns, 30c
Marquisette special, 50c, 60c, 75c
India Linons, greatly underpriced, . . ' 10c, 12 l-2c
Cobweb Cloth, 36 in. wide, 30c
Sale of Waists and Corsets continued
Upstairs All Next Week