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fvENINQ BULLETl'N, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 23, 1912.
MONDAt, TUESDAY, WEDNfeSDA Y Great Special Days on Hosiery
Lisle Hose, Cotton Hose, Silk Hose
ALL MARKED DOWN FOR A BIG CLEAN UP
This is the last week of our
series of Specials.
Don't miss the
Mr 12 A I" Ncwcomb and his sis
ter, Mis Sara Ncwcomb, aro receiv
ing trie courtesy of the incinhors of
tlio Klloluinh Art League tills after
noon It Is Inilceil keenly regretted
b) the Honolulu friends of this pojin
Inr man ami woman that they are go-
ins an ay ami it is earnestly honed1
hat they will return again to Hawaii
nel The people, asked to this recep-
- - HH.MHM
tlnn are: Mr and Mrs. J. 1'. Wjnne, Hlchards, MIr Alice lllco, Miss (5
The Misses Wlnne, Miss I Yarrow, Itobcrlson, Mr F ,v. Hchaofc", Mt.
MIkh C. (Jllmnn, The Misses Zleglci.'r. A. Sclmeioi, Miss 11. Schuoor, Mr
Mih. Cross, Miss Kemp, Miss Annie T Sharp, Ml I-iil hlieoi.p, Mm W
Jaeger, Mr. and Mrs. IMgur Itohlnsoii.jO Smith, Mlm H I Sliuptoi, ,Iis 1.
Mrs .lames Walker, the Misses Walk- Soronson,. Mrs !:. .,. Sp.ililln?, Aliss
er, l'rof. and Mrs. Merrill, Mr and Melon H. Sprlnlcs. Mr CUrm , btun
Mrs Carl I) Andrews, Mrs Claro ton, Miss Cnu M Mvu ns, .Vr Jos. J.
Williams, Ms Mend, Miss Castle, Miss, W'hlttle, Miss .M Tl'imas, Mrs II M
Williams, Mr nnd Mrs llruie C'nrt-Von Holt, Mr Walter i: Wall, .Mis
w right. Mr. and .Mis Wlnkley, Miss T L Wall, Mrs It I) V.illn !.!.',
litre Davhlton, Miss Nina Adams, ' Mrs. O 11 ill((r. Mm 'i. II Whim
Mr and Mrs Tied Waterhniise, Mil , house, Mrs. John Watcrhouse, Miss. A
and Mrs .las (1 Spotircr, Jnpaneso Ward, Mrs W. C Wttdnn, Mrs W
Consul, Vice-Consul and wife, Mis III Westervclt, Mrs. J M Whltnej.
Austin, Mr .mil Mrs Harrington
lllngllsh Consul), Mrs Allio Drown,
Mr and Mrs. (leorgo Smithies. Mr
nnd Mrs Annie II Clarke, Mr and I
Mih M M Cialmm, Mr nnd Mrs K
II llarnrs, Pror and Mrs llnlluu
Piof nnd Mrs A. L Andicws, Prof
and Mrs ' T Dillingham, Col. and
Mm nper, Tlio Misses Soper, Mr
a id Mrs It A Lvou, Mr and Mrs.
lliinii, Mr nnd Mrs Stanley UUug
rlon, Mrs. II V. Mackall, Hon and
Mis Mcxnndcr Llndsoy, Ite. and
Mrs 1'iancls Williams, Prof and Mrs.
AleMiider, Miss Alexander, Mrs f.
P Adams. Miss Flnrn X. Albright,
Mis. W r Allen, Mrs. S C Allen,
Miss i: 1, Alln, Mi. I)alil Anderhon,
Mib .1 M Atherloii, Mi I" C Atheir
ton, Mrs. r C Atheiton, .Mi (', II.
t t.. . i ... a. .. . ..
viiieiii.u. .Mrs e n. Ainer.nn, miss,, met ,hN uoiilorftil gill, for I could
Kate Athertpn, Mrs 0 Augur. Mrs nt ,CPXC , ,VU8 tllIItllB , Hupn
. II Pnbhitt Mrs .1 J Helser. Kellor She lookB llko all of hei plc
Mm A Iletg, Mrs lleniv 1llckliell,lr ,ui, n,t ,nt ,,,i ,.nniin v.
Molle. Mis Dodge, Miss Mnlielllrp.lin. thn! Hl.lnn mil m nil l...r
II lloshei, Mis
C W IlOOtll, Mr mill
Mrs W. A. Ilonen, .Mr. Win A
Diyaii, Miss Mar) nuibank, Ilr 12
M Duinham, Mih. A I Campbell,
Mib John Ciirdeu, Mr (1 It Cartel,
Miss llcatrlco Castle, Mr W. H.
Cartlo, Mr. O. P. Cnatlo. Mr J. II.
Castle, Miss M V.. Cblpman, Mrs II
C. Coleman, Mr A. Constnbol, Mrs
A Constabcl, Mr C II Cooke, Mrs
C H. Cooke, Miss .lulletto Cooke,
Miss Oraco Cooke, Mis. C. M Cooke,
Mrs A. Kiaiik Cooke, Mrs J P.
Cooke, Mr Hlchnril Cooke, Mrs. ltleh
aid Cooke, MIsh K. Cooke, Mis Isaac
M Cox, Mih C II. Coopor, Miss IJr
mine CrosB, Mr II. Cullman, Mrs II
Cullman, Mrs S Dacoto Mr V W
Damon. Mr. T Clivo Davlcs, Mis T
Cllve Davles, Mr. Oeo Davlcs, Mrs
(to Davles, Mis, Ned Ho 0. Dickson,
Mr II T Dillingham, MrH D V Dil
lingham, Mr Philip Dodge, Ml J
S Dniingliho, Mrs I J Dow Hug, Mrs
C I)u Ilol, MrB. W, J. D)or, Miss
Mai in C Uhrhoin, Mrs wloscph Imer
son, Dr. X II. KmeiBon, Mr A
l'alke, Mr W relmy, Mrs II Kocko,
Mrs W C Purer, Mr J. It. Halt,
flov. W P. I'rear. Mis W V Krear,
Mib I It. (Jul t . Mrs A flmtershorg.
Mis A (laitlev, .Ml A Cm (ley. Pi of
I W (Illmoro, Mis .1 W (lllnioro,
Mis W W Clooehllo. Mrs W, M.
Cialinm, Mis Oeo (iullil Mis John
(lulld. .Mrs. A It (lurrey Jr., Mrs.
A Haneberg, Mrs II T lla)selden,
Mr C lledeinann Mrs C lledriiiann,
Ml II i: lle)buru, Mrs II C Hep
bum. Mi I) II llltchcnek, Mm 0
II. Hitchcock, Mrs. Porley I, Ilnine,
Dr K L Hutchinson, Mr D V Ibeu
berg, Mr, W. (i Iivvln, Mrs V il Irp
win, Miss lane Johnson, Mis I A
Illinium. Ml Pleiie Joiies. Ml l-
fieel .1 u.til. Mis Allied luild. Miss
Alloc Knapp, Mr A I'' Kllildsen, Miss.
I'uiiues Uiniviiie, .Miss riuiciiie
fiiitAiiteaasfeW ttUi: .v,,, 4 1. . m a.
Lee, MIhs rinrcncc Lcnimnn, Mi Hob
trt liners, Mrs. W A Lme, Mr. V
J Lowrcy, Mrs V .1. Invwiy, Mrs,
(has Lucas, Mies Makla
Mrs J. I). Marques, Mrs II
Mrs L. 0. Marshall, Mr. V Mnc
Cauglicy, Mrs. L. I, McCandloss, Or
I-nwrii T. Mejers, Mrs U I. Moses,
Mrs W U Moon', Miss C.trloUa
Mo)cr, Mrs J. V, M icNcll, Mls Clla
Mclnerney, Mrs J ? Mc(lri-'v, Miss
A. Mclntyrc. Mr. K O Moll-Smith,
Mr. H. A. 1. Ncwcnmb, Mrs L S.
Now mini), Miss A. II. Parke, Mrs. W.
.1. Pnscoo. Mis M. I
'a Perry. Mis .da JI
Pope, Dr. Carl
ramus. Miss I... '.olds, l ITm
,Mr J A Wilder. Mrs II II Williams,
pMrsd l) L Wlthlngtnn, Mrs 1Mk.ii
'I lie AVoinli rful llilui Killer.
A letter has Just come from a
friend who is visiting In Huston
which Is most Interesting, and gives
ono the knowledge of what gnat
things may be accomplished bj n per- a mass of deep pink carnations and
iilstent ami ambitious woman ror'fern, and was most attractive;, Mr,
Miss Keller success has been a hard Thomas' guests were Miss lllniljs
fought nnd a well earned victor, InJMeyei, Miss Helen Jones, Mr and
ah almost utisurinountnhle battle! Mis. Tvvohey, Mr. and Mib Huinblrd,
with nature And to her great stlck-jMr and Mrs. Johnson, Miss Mar)
to-lt-lvcnesa and courage, goes nil '.Mrs. Twoh), Mr and Mis llumblid,
credit for the result achieved In i
this rrlemls letter she tells of meet
ing this wonderful girl, and sas "I
Irntirlnt nvnlnln itiv uMiitillnnu ttlmn
" ! m.t.'mi.nT "lien
llll-tlirra Klin U liiilnnllif l annul;
iiirougu tne untiring eirortK en nor
teacher, Mr White When she found
I was from Honolulu, she wanted to
know about svvltrimtug and canoeing
and said she would love In cioib the
ocean, only she thought It would bo
so large and silent She iindaintiiiids
speech by putting bor lingers on the
sicakcr'H lips mid It Is slinpiv re
markable how quickly shn under
stands Sho loves motion and busilo
and 1h a girl, of a sweet anil fascinat
ing personality that you feel honoied
In, meeting icr'
Mrs. .1. .Morion Itlggh' Curd Purl).
Mrs J. Morton Klggs was hostess
ut a most delightful and infoimal
bridge party, on ThursiVi) afternoon,
threo tnbleB being arranged for The
homo was pretty and fragrant with
violets Itefrcshmonts wmo dainty
and woie served after .cards were fin
ished Mrs Itlggs' guests vvoio Mrs
llnrole! niffurd, Mis Williams of Cal
ifornia, Miss Irene Dickson, Mrs
James Dougherty, MrB Crelghton,
Mrs Prank Hleliardsnn, Mrs McDon
ald, Mrs J r C Haigens, MrB Hub
sie Schmidt, Mis William William
son and Mib Fred Damon
Mr. mid Mr. Ulllhiiu Minimum's
Mr and Mib, Williamson loinpll
inented Dr mid Mm Arthur lloelglns
and Mr and MrB l'i..nk lllchardsun,
by having them as dlnnei guesis on
I'rldny ueullig The table was doc
orated with a low cut glass bowl
filled with pink asters mid maiden
hair fern The ilotli wns light!)
scattered with the petals of this
ilalnt) I lower, the lioni alter iltuuei
being devoted to the iill-!bBohlug
fame of bildge.
iiii iJtuiA .iAtoawv Jsji,.
t rv &
TlitiMtlii) Linn Ik uu ( lull.
The Thursday Liinchinn Cluli met
with Miss lldltli Cowles as hostess,
Mngoon, at her home on Wilder avenue Nns
I,. Marx, turtltims, which are a purely spring
lilossom, decorated the table and
made It wonderfully altractUe The
honoied guests of Tlmrsdii) were
Miss Alice Comet and Miss Noia
Sturgeon I'lnio cnrtlB were arrangid
for Mis 1'iiincls Iter) Smith, Mrs.
Hoss Kingsbury, Mrs 1'iiitt, Miss
Alice Cooper, Miss I.idla
Mrs. Oayler, Miss Nora
Miss Julio McStocker, Mlas Alice Cor-
net and the hostess.
.Mrs. (i urge hlmgil's Liinchinn.
Monday of this week Mis, (Uoige
Taylor Kluegel was a luiuhuin host
ess, lu honor of her sister-in-law ,
Mrs Hurry Kluegel This delightful
party took place at the Colonial
Hotel mid was greatly enjoyed b the
guests bidden. The largo round table
had as a centerpkee a round, brown
reed Insket whlih held a brass Kg
tlan bowl, this being filled wtb thn
Mirl-colored nasturtiums in rcdH and
yellowii The place (aids were also
In red and )ellow The hour after
luncheon was spent In the old-f.ish-
i toned waj-tliat of pleasant that
Mis Kluegel entertained for twelve
Mr. Kriil 'I humus' Jlluucr. i
Miss (llad)K Meyer of I'IIIhIiimk
vvub the honored guest at a dinner
given uu Saturday evening at Kalinin
wit! by Mr Thomas Tho table was
(limn Itobirtsou, Mr Mitchell
.MIsh I. isle wertnmiieiiei gavo a
J musical )eHterday afternoon n which,
nor uiusi auvaiKcii pupils ionic part.
In ever) Instanc;; the pupils rendered
tho tcleetloiiH with credit both to
theitirnlvis and to their tenelii r
The following wns rindeud
Itodlno lu "1" Mnjoi, IMwIu Sehult7
I'll Bt plum, Margaret Jones, second
phtlio. Miss Wortliinuellei '
Good Night N'evlu
Andantl ravoii .Mozart-llendel
Shepherd and Shcphoidess Ouelard
La (juudola ... . .. Heiitutt
Mmy von Holt.
Hondo '. (lurlltt
first piano, Dorothy lloogs; second
piano, Stotla lloogs
Kinsamer Wanderer Cileg
Iteproche lntormeei ... Kngaiioff
ld)llo Hiingaiian ... . MncDowcll
i (lertrudo Turner.
.March ,. Ilollacnder
I'irHt piano, Htella lloogs and Doroth)
HoogH; seeond piano, Louise Kf-
llngor anil Helen Wilder.
Usually when n girl announces her
engagement she considers the tros
bemi anil sets a day for hei wedding
Hut If sho announces her engagement
to u navy man It Is different Tho
wedding day can't bo Bet with mi)
certalut), so It Isn't set at all until
the Inst moment, because It Is such
a w i etched trick to change a wed
ding d i)
The plans aro all legulated bv oi
deiH fium a disinterested dopmtmont
in Washington, A man's ship ma)
he In the port of his romance feu
mouths mill Biiddiul) ncehe oideis
to sail oil III" day or two before bis
innriliRViii hour as hippeiiod
Tiii'Hil i) of this week; cu It iiiuv he In
some distant havtii, to leiiialu iinebiii
etl ovei the da) he was to ilalm bis
.. I &ut.iiiaiJHMl
bilde I.cacs are sometimes sctured.iMI'is Ivvnli' Ilfnuir,
but, they aro so brief Hint usually! As a compliment, In acknowledge
none of the time Is wasted on long incnt of the maii cniirltslts oMcnilid
Journeys to the brhlo'H home and tho I. Miss Twoh) b lloiiotulii frli mis, she
only thing to do Is to wait until some j planned and limit d nine tun friends
ilepnitineiital nprlce si nils the whips to enjoy her genial hospllnllt) T ho
no-ir nt homo Hurt, nnd then rush tin; setting was the private dining mum
plans for the wielding I'aln was In-
deed kind to Midshipman, or rather,' made beautiful b daintily shadnl
Knslgn Samuel Wilder King, for he pink candelabra, Innumerable plants
has been here for the past tin ee' anil palms graceful!) nrraiiged in ik
months, lint In lug a midshipman holing delightful backing for the elah
was unable to mair.v but, at the last orate dinner The tables vveie placed
minute, an order came making all in the form of a hollow sipiare In
tho middles ensli-ns. cubles flew bnck'nnil mound them were arranged
and forth from heie to Washington
Admiral Sutherland helped Dan Cupid 'sent a growing gulden 'I he effect to a luncheon on Satindav of last
b) his klndlj tfforts and Ills magic jwas most original and artistic The weelt, given III honor of liel sister,
told, for an hour or two before thejpluce cards were the monogram cards Mm A f! Curtis of Klntestnwn, llllo,
warships left port Saniutl Wilder of the hostess, done In gold A lla- who Is at present a Honolulu visitor.
King and Miss Pauline Naiiahlnecika- wallan orchestra furnlshid delight- Nasturtiums, which are blooming mi
lal i:vatis plighted tlulr (loth befote fill music, to which tlio guests dallied beiiutlfull.v JiMt now, made the table
a small gathering of relatlvts and In-' after dinner Miss TvmiIij. her fatlier most atti.ictlve A large, low, rustle
llinato friends' or the loiilrnctlng nnd biother and sister me visitors was aitistlcall arraiigitl with both
couple Kev Canon Autt perfortncil i lit ro froln Spokano The) have spent the blossoms and foliage being used
the ceienicmj Miss Helen King, a a delightful time In tills land of eun- Mis J'uk's guests vveie Mrs A (!.
Bister of tho groom, was the bride's 'shine and mirth nnd hope to tome Curtis, Mrs lames Dougherty. Mrs
only attendant, and Mldsblnninii rmgiiii Miss Twoli'u guests were (Ii-orge Angus, Mrs Italph Jolmslnne,
II Kelley support! d tho groom The Mr Twoliy. Miss (irace ltobertsiin,.Mrs Tlieodore l.iiihing, Mrs IMinan
bildo was given into the keeping of .Miss Jinn lliimhlrd, Miss Helen loms.i tlaldwlu, Mis Mrdniaii llnldwlu mid
her future husband h her brother ' Mi?s (1Iad.vH Mejers, Miss Dorotb 'Mrs Agie
Mr Luther Uvalis '1 ho bride was Wood, Miss Ceiclla llngaii mid Mlssl
simply gowned in a vvcll-iuide talloi ..Mlldrul llogan Mr ntorge Mci:i- Mr. unci Mrs. .I.imis llit)nis' Dinner.
d strict suit, of vvliile broadclolli 'ilciwne) Ml C.uv Macfarlaiie. Mr Hob- Ml and Mis lames John Cn swell
Basketball Teams Of Punahou Preparatory
Some exiellent gamcB of basket Imll have been )ilaed this season b the members or the Puimhoii Ilasket
Hall team divided Into two sides, known ns the Hun mid tho lllue The lllues won tho Belles this )car and their
names were placed foi the Hist time on the vlclois' bannei for l')IJ
Tlio pliotoRriipli bIiovvb tho elilldien of the PJU' basket ball Boctlon standing on tlio steps of the Prep.tratoiy
Pioin left to light they are
Top Itow lima Wnoda, Vivian Sllva, Murgarit Scmlder, Miss MeKenrle, the loach, Dorothy Winter, Dolly
Hi lining anil Hlslo (lay
Second How rinnciB Tan Ingloii
Thlril llow-Hvelyn Hreckons, Dorothea Cooke, M.iilellnc Chapln, Hhincbe Wlshard, Mar) timltli, Itaihel Woods
l'niiitli Itow Alice MeQuald, Tielma lliuellon, Ituth rmriiigton, Violet .Madden, lJIInbclh llohdy, Liiitu
Alliold, l.ucll'e lloogs, Ma) O.i). Kloienee Dennlsoii and Heslei Siultli
Tho wedding vvub of iitiesilty er)
hurl U ill) m ranged The groom left
shortly alter four o'clock foi the Asi
atic station Mrs King plans to
follow on the Chlvo Maui, leaving
here Apill Jml The niarrlugo Is tho
culmination of a long bnv mid gill
ongagnnint dating back to the Hum
when Mr King lert hero foi Annum
lis Mi King is the sun of the late
Caplnlu King who was hiicIi a pioin
Inent flguif tlurlng the lilBtoi) -making
iliis of this couuti), ami hebl
several icKpniislhlo nnd honoitd po
sitions His mother is u daughtei of
thn late Justice Unbelt (1 Divis, of
the Hawaiian Siipituue (omt, mid Is
one of the most delightful women of
old llawull The bible la a' daughtei
of Mrs Hannah Hums, who all hei
lllo luiH been mole or lebS close!)
onicoiiueitnl with the lllo unci Imcrnsls
r Ouenii Lllloukiilan . I ouoliilu
wishes llils Island otiple" n futiiio of
happiness iiml goud will.
Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday will be Special
of the Seaside hotel
I he mom was
liialms and uliintn lu lilonin to repre-
nt Mellldiiwne), Ml. Donald (llliuoie
Mi .Movers. Mr Dot IV e. Ml III-
Hind, Dr (Jlllesple and Mi Twoh)
in ,.i,,. iirli,.,. iii.i.
I he service llrl.lge (lab.
Mis i: II (iii)lti nit t tho ineml(ejs
or (he Service llildhe Club at her
homo on luewlnv of this wtek Tho
home w,ih a piofiislun of pale pluk
tariuilloiiB and while llllles The
gifts Awmiled tn tliote receiving liigh-,
est scoicb were grin", lliu it centei-'
pieces In Chintse embrolelei) mid
weic aw niled to Mi's Turner, Mis j
Ho) riant Is Smith mid Mrs Creel
Damon Mis (la)ler'H guests vveie
Mis (ieialil Johnson, Mis llinvvm,
Mm Tattle. Mib W II Johnson. Mis
ltnss Kingsbury, Mis I'red Damon
Mrs Pimicls HnTvSiiilfliiMM JW-ilkr,
Mis I'm in Is D Smith, Mrs Inner
MiiiIIkoii Kennedy MrH M M Mm
Mrs Preston and Mm WH-
Caplatii mid Mm. Mullir JiiIiiimiiiV
( nptiilu .mil Mrs liibusou enter
taliiul at a well appolntcel dinner on
Tilisela) t veiling Pcachhlnw hlbls
ins ami ferns miiile thn table most at
tiactlvc, c audio Blinded In pile pink,
It lit a delightful glow Captain and
Mrs .loin. sons guistii wile Ciptaln
and Mrs (luine and Mr and Mrs
Mr. S.iiiiiiiI I'm I. a atunlaj Lunih-
Ml a Samuel Pick i Inipllnieliteil
i IghLof hei frit nils liv asking them
,1111)1108 hud as dlnnei guestB on Sat-
iireiny uigiii m Vivian navies aim
l l.leulonant Colin 1" St. C Stockwell
til King Ldwaiils Horse imperial on-
maiirj. Ilutli gentlemen were through
paicsengeiB on the . Nile, and old
friends of Mr Ha)iics Mr Divles
lh """ r t,, tr'lck te l" I'11')-
i-m no' niiiii' im in miiiu
gieen, a color which has prtilouilnated
In all fuiie lions of Ibis week Music
occupied tho hour nfler dinner
Mr. nnd Mm. I'd mini llnlMMilicnr Kim
Mr and Mib lMvvard Dubenbeig
weie host and hostess at a dcllglil
fi.ll) Informal illnuor on Siimla) even
Inc. In honor of Mi and Mis Alex-
under Ollehrlst llavves, who me bilng
so extensively entertained since their
airlval In Honolulu The table dee-
omlioiiH ronslsinl of laii'e while cm -
imllons and uiianlllies of mllldlllll'lllluJ',TO,'
fern Mr and Mis. Dulsetiberg'B
guests were Mr and Mrs Ilawcs nnd
Mr Walter Dulsinlierg
Capl.ilii ami Mm. McDiPiiiral'x Dinner.
Captain mid Mrs MnrDoiignl com
ipllmontid six friends on Prlday even
ling by bidding them to dine A cut
glass vase hold a beautiful bunch of
'jellow cnsmoB and feather fern; this
same prett) blossoms pctnls were
llghtl) Mattered over tho snow) elu
musk mid was most effective Tho
iioiir nftcr dinner was Bpent pla)lng
the all absorbing game of bridge
Captain mid Mrs MncDougal'u
guests were Admiral and Mrs Walter
( Cowles, Mrs William Coleman of
Haltlmorc, Lieutenant Coinmnndcr
Mujoor and Captain and Mrs Onine
Mm. Carl-inllb I- Piano (lull llnsliss
Mllh Mm. Milvii).
Mr Carl Schur? Carlsmlth Inst
Saturdii) nfteiiioon entertained the
Piano Club at her Puiieo residence,
MrB McKa) also being n hostess,
the following elaborate program be
KIIAX7. lOSKP HAYDN.
Skttch of Ills Llfo and Works ....
Mrs 12 X Holmes
Vocal Solo 'With Veidiiro Clatl".
. The Creation
Miss Shlptumi (accompanist)
Violin Solo "Serenade"
Mrs It T Moses
Mrs lit inner (accompanist)
Piano Solo '(llpsy Hondo"
Votnl Solo "M) Mother HldB Mo
Hind M) llnlr"
Mrs C C Kenneely
Trio -"Surprise S)iuphony"
. Andante Movement
Mrs It T Moses, lolln
Mr Cnrlsmltb, icllo
Mrs Carlsmlth, piano
Part Song "O Uive Divine"
Mesilamis Kenned). It T Moses,
i: II Moses, Campbell and
Mrs Carlsmlth (accompanist)
Duet 'See The Palo Moon"
... ... K Campatm
Mrs W II C Campbell
Mrs Uiulse Hiiial
MrB Heainer (nccompniilst)
Heading "Various Iutkrprctatlon
of Yalikt o Dooille"
MIsbiA C Potter
Piano Solo "Impromptu"
Miss Jeannti Chalmers
Votal Solo (n) "Iho Hroken Pltcli-
,.r" Henry Pontct
(b) "Absent o"
, . Ilownitl Dennett
Mrs K 11 Moses
Miss Potior (accoinininlst)
Vnr-il Colo "Vlenl Clip Pol Pe
relio", Cnv atlnn from "Semlramls'' "
Mrs Uiulse 1 Input
Miss Chalmors (accompmilst)
Mr. and Mm. Hull's lilnmr.
Mr and Mrs Hull or Calgary, Can
ada, were host and hostess at mi elab
orately nrranged dliint r on Suiuliiy
evening In the private dining room ot
the Plcnsanton Hotel An orchestra
furnished music throughout Jlio even
ing, much to tho delight of the as-
seinbled guestH A most beautiful
centerpiece of roses and arpanigiiM
fern occupied the eenter or the table,
tho place cards being also ot this.
'snme dainty bloom Mr and Mrs.
Hulls guestH were Mrs Harold liny
seldtii Mr and Mrs Dnrmnce, Mr.
John Kinney, Mr anil Mrs llmll
I Hermit, .MrB J P Diriaiico or Cam-
I den, X. J
Ml lliiriilli) Uooil'x l.iinrlnon.
Miss Doroth) Wood entertained at
an Informal luncheon on WedneHilay
nt tho Seaside Hotel, where tho Woods
have been living for the past bIx
months Miss Wood's guests were
Miss Klolsa Wlclimnii, Miss Thelnm
Murph) anil Miss Mrtlo Hqtiumun.
.Mrs. William V. Mixilcn's Tea.
Mrs William P Woolen gracefully
complimented her bouse guest, Mih.
Thomas Hcein, by gjvlng a I'lldgo
tn lu her honor Tueselay afternoon,
Mrs Woolen's I'ort do Hussy linmnjj
was made beautiful for this occasion 0
with ellow daisies and white man-,
gentes, with asparagus vine as tho
alwa)s delightful touch of gieen.
Mrs Woolen Is a most delightful and
guidons vvomaii, whoso every effort
is for tho eouifoit or her guests Tho
people asked 1) Mrs Woolen tn meet
Mrs Heeco mid pla) bridge wore
'Mrs Walter C Cowles, Mrs Kdvvnnl
Junta Tlmberlake. Mrs Prancls lllake-.
41) McStocker, MrH William C. Xov
ello, Mrs Hoy PranclH Smith, Mrs,
i McDOugal, Mrs llnrmon, Mrs Walker
of Huger,- Mrs Williams, Mrs Itoss
Kingsbury, MrH Kraucla I) Smith,
MrH (llt'sson, Mrs W C llobd), Mrs.
lrtee,fMrs Shephard Mrs 0 I' Wood,
Miss l.eigier. .miss coiemnn ami imsa
Ilr. ami Mm. Mm lair's Part.
Di and MrH Archlhalel Sinclair
were bridge host mid hostess on Sat.
ilrdiy This delightful party was
U(, (tl Il(mor of JuuK0 ntl, MrB A
, PeTTi The liouso was profuscl?i
,u,,orilUd th pul3 lavender inters'
,nm, f(,rn night ..ililtw were nrranrd
nl n,e girtH-wom erv vretly. Mrs."
Mathew (lrabam tnrrlisl otf the Hrst
nriie. in Austrian vc nss n in. aim.
Miss Spunks the second gift, a book, '
Dr and Mrs Sinclair's guests were'
Judge mid Mrs I'err), Judge mid,
Mri. Stanley, Dr. ami Mrs. W 0 Hon- i
dy, Dr and Mrs Siiophurtl, Mr and,
Mri John Treehiilm Warrenr Mr anil
Mrs (ilgiioiix, Mr. and Mrs, XlTston
Campbell, Mr mid Mrs Mathew Oriit
ham, Mr and Mis A D Lunmcli,
'.luclgo anil MrB llobmson, Mr
Mrs Kredorlck Carter, MIib SpunkM
MIbs Jones, Mr Hoscoo Perkins
others A buffet supper was rtrvec
luiicr n ilellghlful cm nlnn nt caiilfi.J
(Continued on Pa H)