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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 16, 1912.
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MIrr Minna Alliens left for Hono- Mr and Mrs. William C I.yon (fm
Inlii l'rlilny After a month's stay mcrly .Mrs. Iloso Hooper IMotncr)
with her mother In tho city hIio will have rented n house In Sausallto,
Jlio Joined liv Mr and Mm. Ted On-ml, whero they will spend several innntha.
iof llllo, fur a trip to H.m Francisco, They are at present at HiKipcr Farm
JIIipiho to New York and Rllll further In .Mountain View Argonaut.
Into the larger cities of Europe, In-
clndliiK Paris, lieilln ami Home.
MIkr do Nike, who has been with
the Itobert Lewoia fiimlly for the
past tinea years, was an outgoing pis
Benrer on tho transport Thomas on
her way to Manila to lie married
Mies de N I kit's rrlends, who are many,
extend many kind thoughts and good
MrR Wellington Orcgg and her
daughters, tho Misses Enid and Ethel
tliegg, nro coinfortahly established at
the Hotel lllazac In l'arla. Argonaut
Miss i:nl( Orcgg was tho house
finest for n couple of months of Mujor
ami Mir W. P. Dunning durliiR Major
Dunnlug's command of Port Shatter.
Mlsa Sara I.) man of llllo, and Mr.
James Heed, chief officer on the,
Hteaincr Entcrpilsc, whose cngagc
ment was announced last week, will
ho married dining the month of June.
MrR Mcl.aln. who has been no ser
loiibl) III for the past tlueo weeks,
shows a alight Improvement.
Mrs Harrison waR an Incoming
passenger on the ThomaR Tuesday
morning. .ira. Harrison comes to
visit her brother. Lieutenant Colonel
nininpor, wnose wire met such an
unhappy death whllo walking nroimd
the Wnhlana reservoir a few months
Mr and Mrs. Piederlck Knight.
SOCIETY NOTES OP WASHINGTON
Tho IlenltiK Sorvleo Ilrldgo Clnli
will not meet this evening with Mis.
Coleman as at first anticipated, but
will meet one week from lonlRht with
General and Mrs. Macomb as host and
Mr. anil Mrs. W. II. Frost and
Mrs. Cnrr, whose husband Is a Ilrltlsh
naval olllcer, nro on their way to tho
Volcano of klluuea. Mr and MrR.
Krost and Mrs. Carr ate friends of
Admiral and Mrs. Cow lea.
01le branch of the Itehekah LodRO
will hold their third and Inst evening
in the card tournament on Thursday
evening of next week. Cards will be
Kln at clghl-llfteeu promptly and nil
entering the tournament are asked to
bo on time.
Mrs. Dowers, Mrs. Waldrnn, Mrs.
Puller, Mrs. Munger and Mrs. John
Palmer were around the Island nuto
Ista on Friday, lunching at Halelwa.
Captain nnd Mrs. Case cntertnlncd
at the Hotel Courttnud In honor of
Colonel nnd Mrs. llels. The tnblo was
made loely with a low mound of pink
carnations mini ferns Miss Hetty
Case waR one of tho dinner party.
Tho Christian Intension Movement
Ir receiving tho'snpiloit from tho -
men of Honolulu that It deserves. In
every one of the different pectloiiR or
Honolulu mectlngfl nro being held to
further tho good cause. Meetings.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Special Uulleltn C'orrt'Mimnilcnce.)
WASIIINOTON, I). C, Mnrcti 1. A
Dolly Madison Mny-tlmo breakfast
which will bring toRether tho wives of
Democratic leaders throughout tho
country Is planned for May 20 by Mrs.
Champ Clark, wlfo of tho Speaker of
tho House; Mrs, Henry D. Clayton,
wlfo of Representative ciajtnn of AI
nbnnia, and MrR. Osc.tr W. Underwood,
wlfo of the leader of tho majority In
Mho lower branch of Congress. Tho
breakfast la designed to bring togeth
er tho women of the party In much
tho same fashion as the men come to
gether from tlmo to tlmo at tho festal
banquet board for Rood-followslilp and
It will bo held at ono of the big ho
tels of the city nnd tho list of those
to bo Invited ns guests of honor In
cludes Mrs. drover Cleveland of Now
Jersey, widow of former President
Cleveland; Mrs. llryun, wlfo of Wil
liam Jennings llrynu of Nebraska, who
three times has been tho national
standard bearer of tho party; Mrs,
Alton Ilrooks Parker, wife of Judge
ParKer of Now York, who once was
tho Democratic Presidential nominee,
nnd Mrs. Adlal E. Stevenson of Illi
nois, whoso husband vvus Vlco Pres
ident during ono of former President
Tho wives of men who have been
prominently mentioned for tho Demo
cratic nomination for President ut tho
national convention to be held in Hal
ttmoro this year will also bo asked to
attend. TIiIr list Includes, besides
MrR. Clark and Mrs. Underwood, Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey. Mrs.
Miss Thelma Parker, Mr. 0111 Smart. have been held at the home' or Mrs.
Mr Kruest Parker, Mr Sam Parker . ricderlcl: Low rej, MrR von Holt, Mra.
and several other frlntnlo Ii.ua ,mn.'
to M.in.i to celebrate tho coining ot
age of MIrr Thelma, which take i
place on tho 1Mb of Mnreh.
I A tea ami muslcalo, In honor of
Mrs It Hutchinson or Papaaloa, and
Mrs I 'anno, of Hnkalau, touslna or
tho hostess, was given nt tho rosl
denco or Mis. rt. T. Foiest last Thurs
day afternoon. About twenty ladles
onjojed Mrs. Porrest'a hospitality
( Mr and Mrs. Samuel Monsarrnt nro
again In Honolulu. Mr. Monsarrnt is
an Island man but has not lived hero
for a number of years, being em
ployed in San Pianclsco and coming
here occasionally to visit his mother,
Mr and Mrs. O. F. Hush of Honn-
jlulti are recent urrlvals In New York
my nmi nro staying at tho Hotel As
tor. Times Square, whllo theie. Mr.
and Sirs. Hush nro In tho Hast for a
lest and chnugo of climate and made
a lengthy visit In California before go
Ing to Now York. Mr. Hush Is con
nected with tho Honolulu Iron WorkR
which has an olllco In New York City.
Mr and Mrs. Itobert Elgin mado
another of their living visits to Hono
lulu, bolng In town Just ono vveok whon
they loturned In their homo ut Mahu
kona Whllo In town Mr. nnd Mrs.
Elgin Visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs F, A. Schaofer.
Mrs. William P. Woolen will on.-
Ilcrtnln nt a brldgo tea on Tuesday In
minor or .Mrs. Itels or San Francisco,
who Is nt present her house guest. A
veiy dellghtrul nttcrnoon Is anticipat
ed by thoso bidden to recolvo tho hos
pitality or this chalmlng woman.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klamn and
'their houso guest, MIrr Cornet, will
I remain as guostB of tho Moana until
Mimiiwr, when thoy will go out to their
neaeh homo at Kaalawal for n few
months, Tho Klamps have purchased
a ne.iuiinn iui2 model Packard.
! Mrs. Samuel Wright Tny nnd In-
ant iiangtiter, with her mothor. Mrs,
Kennedy ami hor aunt, Mrs, Putney,
leavo on Wednesday's ruastliuiuul
steamer alter n pleasant six mouths
in Honolulu and Its Riirioumllug Is.
Mr and MrH,,J. M. Huniblrd nnd
tlielr daughter, Miss llumblrd, will
liavo liouiiliilu nftor n most dollRlitful
two months, Uko all tourists, thoy
luvo gono Into raptures, over tho
naluial beauties of Hawaiian net,
Mr nnd Mis, p p. Hogan, Miss
Cisnloy Hogan and Miss Mlldiod,
nrinr a threo inontliH' visit at tho Sea
side llntol leavo for their homo on
tho Slorra, much benefited and gioat
ly pleased with our Islands,
custom. Somo of his guests wore
naked for a delightful dinner eaily
in tho evening, nnd later others c.iiue
in ror tho dancing. Several other uni
tier pnrtleB preieded tho event, tho
hosts nfterwnrd escorting tlielr guests
to the dance,
Mr. Horstmann Is one or the leading
bachelor diplomats, socially speaking,
in Washington'. Ho was tho firm man
to master tho "turkey trot," and I
now considered nn export. Ills part
ner Is usually Mlsa Dorothy Williams,
laughter uf Col. and Mrs. John It. Wil
liams, U S. A., a ) (lunger sister of the
fascinating Mrs. .loo l.eller, hoi self an
equally proficient dancer.
I.ady Iludflcid, sister of Attorney
Cleneral Wlckersham, loft Paris for
Mice last week. Sir llobeit Hadllcld
JihIkou Harmon of Ohio, Mrs. Joseph lief t thero two days ago In an automo-
Prank Athcrtou and many other wo
men or this city.
Mrs. ('nil Carlsmlth entertained tho
Piano Club nt her liomo In llllo on
Saturday or last week. A most iln-
Mghtful and Interesting afternoon was
silent It Is the last meeting to bo
hold for a few months nnd tho pro-
gum waR especially good.
Mra. Oeorgo Powers, nee MoiiRarrat,
la pleasantly heard from in Philadel
phia, whero a round or gaiety is keep
ing this Honolulu matron from hoine
longlng Mrs. Powers iir Ethel Moll-
sarrat was a great favorlto In this.
her natal city.
Miss May, who has neon tho house
guest of her brother and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Ilalrd. has gono to
Kima for a six weeks' Rtay.
Tho Nelghboihood Ilrldgo Club
meets on Filduy of the coming week
with Mrs. Cmil Waterman as tho hos
Mrs, fllgnoux entertained nt a sow
ing tea In honor of Mrs, De Wolf.
Mr Noel Deerr left for Hawaii on
ycsterd.ij s steamor for a short busi
Madam Hnvvcs' Indisposition has
kept Mr. and Mrs. Jack Havvcs In
town. Thoy will not leavo as first
planned but will wait until uoxt vveok,
Miss Allco Cooper nnd her sister
Mrs. James Pino will entertain on
Monday In honor or their sister, Mra.
Mis. Wnlter Covvlcs will hnvo n
small Informal brldgo toa on Mond'iy
In honor or Mi.s. W. II, Frost and Mra
Captain and Mrs. Wells will bo din
ner host and hostess on Monday even
ing Captain and Mrs. Wells nro oc
cupying Aicudla at presout.
Ilovorend Fnthois Cooier mid Ctish-
nnhau nud Dr. Hugh Uigan, after a
pleasant month's vacation visiting
Honolulu Hawaii nnd Kauai, leavo Tor
their homo oil tho Sierra,
Tvvo young ladles who nro finding
Honolulu a delightful place to visit
Rio the Mlssos Cialg, In company
with Miss date Kelly thoy spent tho
week end nt Halelwa,
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Homier, who
have been In Honolulu visiting their
mother and slslor, Mr. nud Mrs, Hd
ward llenner, leave fm San Pianclsco
tin tho Slerin,
Mlas Nancy Wallace left on Filday'a
steamer for Hawaii after u most do
W. Folk ot Missouri, Mra. William
Randolph Hearst of New York, Mrs.
John W. Kcarn or Indiana, Mrs. Eugene-
N. Fosa or Mnasachusetts, Mra.
John A, Dlx or Now York nnd .Mrs
Thomas V. Marshall or Indiana.
Mrs. Clark Is to he tho to.tstmlstresa
or tho occasion and the list or thoso
who are eligible as guests will Include
tho wives or Democratic inenihora of
tho Senate nud House, of members ot
former Democratic cabinets, of tho
Democratic flovcrnors, fiovernors
elect or Democratic nominees for Clov-
ernor, of the Democratic Justices ir
tho Supremo Court, or tho Democratic
National Committee moniliots, and or
prominent Democratic residents or the
District and tho country nt large.
Tho occasion. It Is xdntcd out, will
tnko especial significance from tho
characteristic attributes of Dolly Mad
ison, tho patron saint chosen by tho
women or tho Democracy, and who, It
H pointed out, wns ono or the moat
rorcerul women who over presided ov
er tho White Houso.
Washington's elder topic or conver
sation has been tho dlnnor-danee giv
en on Sunday night by Airred C.
Horstmann, secretary or tho (iernian
ftnbassy, at his bachelor quarters In
N stieet. Sunday entoi tabling has
been growing In popularity In tho Na
tional Capital ror veara, but tho nioro
conservative element still frowns nt
dancing on the Sabbath. Luncheons,
teas, dinners, nnd muslcnles nre nulto
permissible In tho best circles, but, ac
cording to tho conservatives, dancing
Is carrying It a llttlo hit too far.
though a distinct Innovation for
Washington, Mr. Horstmann was but
following nn old-established Euiopoun
Mrs. Mover, who Is now at Hamil
ton, her summer homo, will remain In
definitely with her son and daughter,
(leorgo von U. Meyer, .It., who hroko
his leg a week or bo ago, and Mlsa Ju
lia Meyer, who has also boon 111. Tho
Secretary or the Navy will mako tie
quelit trlpa between Washington and
Hamilton. It will bo weeks before
Mr. Meyer Ir able to resume his atli
letlca. Miss Allco Meyer la keeping
house hero for her rather.
Mra. Charles Anderson or Cincin
nati will soon bo hero ror a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Tatt, at the White
House, whoro her daughter, Mlsa Ca
therine Anderson, la now a guest. Miss
Harriet Anderson will make a series
of visits In Now York before going
homo, about tho mtddlo of March.
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vlcra to Join Lady Hadllcld.
Miss Allccn Oorgas daughter or Col.
Wm. C. Oorgas, U. S. A., chler sani
tary officer or tho Panama C.iuiil Zone,
Is the guest of Mr nud Mis. Oeorgo
D Dcnegre In New Orleans and Is tak
ing an active part In tho Maidi (Iras
Cermany'a Embassy la to bo ostnh-
llRhed next summer at Newixirt, but
the Ambassador and Countess von
llernstorn will not preside, na thoyj
propnso sailing for nn extended Euro
pean sojourn early In tho summer. '
Mrs. Ezra Oould or thin city, at
Newport on u vlalt to her parents, at
tended the naval officcra' ninsqucrndo
ball Inst night at the training station,
Nowort. Her costume was that of
a French peasant.
Cnpt. and Mrs. Wurren C. Heacli will
bo unablo to open their homo in tills
city ror tho spring, ns Is tholr usual
custom. They plnn to go south later.
Miss Ionise Trotter, daughter or
Mr. and Mis. Edward H. Trotter of
Philadelphia, will bo mairled to l.leut.
I)iils C. Parley Saturday, March 111.
Mrs. C. A. Adams la n recent ar
rival, coming to visit her sou and
daughter. Captain and Mir. W 'It.
Olbsou or I.cllohu.1.
Mir. William A. McKnv, who has
been tho houso guest of Mr. and Mrs
Zpiiii K. Meyers, loft for her homo on
Maul on Thin sdav's I.urllne.
Mr. and Mrs II. A. Baldwin, with
their two Utile chlldieii, left on
Thursday evening) I.urllne fm their
homo In Maul.
Mr nnd Mrs. Chailcs .ludd, after an
eight months' stay In Honolulu, leave
for the mainland on the Sierra.
Mir. Hlveiihuigli h many ft lends mo
delighted nt her icoowry from her
i ooo nt Hllght Indisposition.
Mis. I.) on Is well known to llono
luhins, having visited hoiu ror bhv
Colonel and Mrs II. J. Itumbniir.li
came In fioni l.ellohu.i for n short
stay In town.
Don't miss tho hiigalus In Whlto
and Colored Wash (loods nt Jordan's
Mrs. Vandorgrlft, MIrr Allco Vnn-
dergrlft and Miss Mnrguorlto llai- i
hour loft today for Florida, to remain
Mr. and Mra. Henry Klrko Porter
and MIrs liegeman havo gono to their
place on Jekyl Island, to remain until
Invctl )iiiir iiiinicj In llul let In
inlvcrlMiig nud II returns In you u
Mr. M. Anderson, who Is connected
with tho banana business of Itoboit
Hind, Is Handing his vacation In Honolulu.
Mr. Edward J. Morgan, who came
to Honolulu to nttoud tho services for
Ills biothnr, Ml. James F. Morgan.
left Friday evening for Ills homo on
MrR. William, P. Woolen will bo n
brldgo hoatcss on TuoBdny afternoon
In honor or Mra. Itels, her houso gucat,
Mrs. Henry Waterhoiiao and MIbr
Eleanor Sliiigeon hnvo been having
Bovernl little sewing teas to mako gar
ments for tho poor In our city.
The hotel Iieasanton will bo n
pretty Betting for tho tennis toa
planned by Miss Hetty Cnso for this
u ft o i noon.
MIbs Ornco Davis arrived In yester
day's steamor to bo the guest of her
sister, Mra. Thomas Wall. Honolulu
la glad to welcome this charming
young woman to our city.
The ndvnnced styles In spring lints
havo been received by Mlsa Power
nnd uro now on display ut her mil
linery parlors on tho second lloor of
the Huston block. In tho display are
the now "Onbv" mnilnla ro lutmli
llghtful and Joyous visit to Honolulu, tulked or.
Colonel Heea nnd Major William P.
Wooten lort on the Claudlno for llllo
on u business trip.
Mr. Oluf Sorcnson hns gone to Ha
waii to ussume charge or his uuw
MIbs W. A. Wnllnro. arter a pleas
ant visit to Honolulu, as tho houso
guest of Mlsa Holdsworth, left for her
homo In Hawaii on Filduy evening's
Major and Mrs. Novolle nro most
comfortably situated In tholr homo
on Kluaii street, that has been re
cently occupied by Captain and Mra.
Colonel Spalding la In tho city ror
a few days, coming In on tho Siherl.t
on his way to Kauai, Colonel Spald
ing Is heavily luteiested In sugar.
Captain ami Mis. Hand were In for
n few days to visit their son, Dinlol
Hand, who ,1b n guest nt tho Dunn.i,
and Is also a Puunhmi student,
Mr. and Mis. C. W Caso DoorTug
vveie dinner host and hostess on
Thuisdny evening, when they outei
liiliicil ror ten guests,
Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Cheney nud Dr
mid Mrs, Pillchnrd, who brought let
ters to Dr nnd Mrs. Hodgluu, leavo
Honolulu on the Sierra.
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