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j HI' 14 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 23, 1012.,
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(Continued from Pago 13)
The Outdoor Circle. Mother Lawrcnco as well as the
Tho Outiloor Cli do las had h ory !'rl;ni18 l,nltccl- Among the girls who
HtiKiiuniiH week nilriiuhiK cnmmtiloo,0"h mrt ,Ncro WlimUrcil Wcddlck.
meetings nml into. I wing different I Culliorlno Ilcnnct, Kllza McCnndlcas,
liulillc men for their opinions as to a'Mury I"1", 0rn-'o Buchanan, Kmrna
settlement of many Important tines- Markhnm, Ida lloazlcy, Alma Wins
tlons. Yesterday mot nine tho Clrclol,0" I,c,lln McJ"". I'anllne Hall, The-
met nt tho proposed I'lara slto and'rei"1 "ct,cra Kato O'Dowda, Kmll)
ioikcii oer tho best solution of It.
Chronicles of Society Folk
Ono .of tho announcements of tho
and a further meeting is to bo held,
It Is tho wish of this Clrclo of entitle
Elastic women that not a sten bo ta.
ken without consulting tho wishes of week was thn rncncnmnnt nf mi.
tho people. Tho SupenlsorB nro do-Knthorlno Oondalo and Lieutenant
Ihk nil In their power to help this Warren of Lcllohua. Tho bride elect
grrnt and nnblo effort of these unselbas been Idcntlllcd with thu affairs of
fish women and without a doubt their tho social sot In this city slnco her
efforts will got tho rownrd thoy havo return Trom school nnd nlthoiigh hol
er.! ned Satisfaction, of tho kind so. flanco Is not an Island man ho has a
promo, will bo tholrs If Honolulu Is largo clrclo of friends hero. Tho
made ns beautiful as thoy plan It, and hrldo-clect belongs to ono of our old
anwuio knowing tho women who havo est families nnd thereroro hnr coming
Ihli great work In linml also knows marriage Is nf deep Interest to nil ka
ll'Hl theso women do not rocognlzo tnaalnas. Miss Knndnln I n ,-rnn.i.
daughter of Mr. II, M. Whitney, who
all his life was so closely connected
Mr. nnd Mrs. August llnnneberg of , '"' ',i' !'",""!lIlnK Hml ""west, of
.nr..i. . .. . ... i Hawaii. Her ilanco comes from tho
full for., In r ll. .. '"" " I" "JIIO IIUIQ II1U
v...,.u. ,... it, V IIIU KUVBin III IIIO ?..lnH. nnnn. A.. . - ..
I.,.. .1.1. .... -' " '"l "" """
Yoimg Hotel for a week's Wslt.
All liifin tint tnf Mm iiix.l .1 1.. n .. .1
nml Mrs. Hntmcberg aro the most do- Kas.ert.do M.s Gool lovH 'rece o
! " .r'fjr .."'",.!h?r..J,a: -any courtesies from her numerous
....... ii.in ii, uunniiiua niu Ulnars (rlellUS,
n joy in ineir numornus iricnils, Mrs.
Hnnnnhorg Is a social leader whoso
entertainments aro extenslvo and
qhiborato. Their largo clrclo of w" buohw ' "e Htownrt while" 111
fiimuiu in thn iinH r ii ,..i... " raiiclsco rnoy are at present
I each other to mako this only too short !" N'w ,York ,ml Aw" ""'' '"? ':"rol,
, vl.lt as delightful as can bo. Mrs. p" "',": ' ,TL ,, '. " "
EUlnunobcrg Is a woman of most ' T-. Ti ., ,
l.rhnrmlnc and attractive norsonalltv lK'"n " m08t l,en"Ml luncheon at
Rh"r"L,r,' "i?'' ,l.rM""nl'li', Tail's In honor of Mr. and Mrs. n...
i , I -" clcjlpli lliichly, who aro at present In
gracious. Sho Is ono of tho boat-,,,' .,' .... ..,,,',.,...
r dressed women In California her turnc(, ,,,' hlWM ,, ,' Nnv,
.gowns doing mado by tho most ox- Y,.rk ..,, , ,, ,n , ' ,,
cIiihIvo dressmakors nnd tailors In fnw k. MpM n,,,. ' ,,.
rttlie Knst. Mr- and Mrs. llanneberg i,PP mi Mr i1i.i,k. i,...0 frn.
T" I'eHiB provalled upon to romaln a'tlsco for Honolulu on Mutch I'lind
fl.ll iijiikci hiiii u in uir iiiiv 1,1 iiii'ii I w w if
rfrl, mla Hint ll.nl' ulll
, j. j. a. "'" ""d Mrs. John Charles (lieen,
'. who have Just hud n ilHllulitful Ult In
On Monday of this wek Mother in,,ii witi. n,.,!. i,,,,,!, , ol.
Mary Lawrence celobrated tho forty-',, Mr nnH Mr. n,i sPi,.,rr ,.,
eighth annlxerpary of her arrhal ln'liear(1 flom ls ,)0,ng on , ft
Honolulu, for she has not left this Thcy )pll,e ,h8 week for a lnonlh,8
city slnco her nirUal. almost a half- (rip through tho Northwest, visiting
icntury ago, but has lived In tho con-.Seattle, Portland, Tucoinn and othei
ent on Kort street without a break,lte,estlng plates along the routo of
fh" has seen manv Important changes travel. Mr and Mrs Oreeu are ery
n this city, for when she came there delightful and Interestlnc neonln mid
wnro nlthor streets or nlco houses; create n circle of friends whoreor
o-erythlng wns In n most primitive they go They hue tiiken pul.itlnl
Rtnle. The glrN of Ihe Catholic Aend-np.irtnii'nts nt the St l-'riinrls Until
iMiiy nt Knlimilil prcpareil n musical with the thought of doing theio for
' and dramatic program that pleased bIx months or a yeur
Mrs. Miuguret Hopper, Mrs. Wash- oung ladles eujojed the courts and
durn, Miss Marjorlo Peterson and today ten men and women will play
.miss ucssie tiuopor will leavo on next mixed doubles.
weeks Manchuria hound for mi Orl-
entnl trip. They expect to do gonoj Mrs.
A. (1. Cut tls of KiirtlstQwn
If 'ft flit lint' Iwiltlit li II Tunuilti ir'u XI minii
Ken alter a delightful month's visit
Dr. Georgo Tucker Smith nnd his.1" ""''"I"'"-
mother luuo as their guests Miss
lillslo Mills of Virginia and Mr. Dun
can Smith, a rural painter of New
Miss Wolfoid, who Is a tourist
guest at the Colonial, leaves for Ha
York City. Miss Mills and Mr. Smith wu" " Tuesday (o do tho houbo guest
aro niece and brother of Dr. Smith,
of -Minium Kluegcl
Mrs. M. A llnntlnrrlrm nml tluu
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thurston left Marian Huntington sailed on the
Korea for Honolulu, They were ac
companied by Miss Jessie Wright,
on the Wllhclmlna for a ten days
trip to Hawaii.
Miss Helen lUukwell will glo a
luncheon on Wednesday of next weok
to a dozen friends.
Mrs. Kugcno Campbell lenes for a
visit to her parents who tivu In Chi
cago, on tho Wllhelmlnn. Mrs. Camp
bell will bo gono two months.
Mrs. Holcn Storra atrled on tho
Wllhelmlnn to bo thn liouso guest of
tier sister, Mrs Frederick .lowltt Low.
roy for six months. Mis. Storis is
not a stranger to Honolulu, this dclng
her tlilid vlBlt. Many old rricuds aio
glad to have this dollghtlul woman
Tho Neighborhood Hrldgo Club will
meet next Thuisday with Mis Kmll
Waterman as hostess.
Miss Kathcrlne Kennedy of Shatter
Is lo bo a birthday hostess today.
About twonty-fho people have been
Mr and Mis. Henry II, Cooper, with
their daughter, MIbb Alice Cooper
aro going to occupy their Peninsula
homo for somo mouths. The Coopors
havo disposed of their Manoa homo.
After a couple of months, Mr. uud
Mrs. Cooper will go to the mainland
for a Wslt.
Mr. and Mis Haiold Castle hae
sent out curds for a dancing party In
honor of their housegiiests, Mr. Itob
son nnd Miss AVIiltniore. This paity
will bo held at tho Castle maiislnu at
Mrs. Thomas Wall has had two
tenuis te.is this week, both In honor
of her sister, Miss Ouuo l)als, who
Is her liouso guest. The tennis iouits
aie a delightful way of eiilertnliiliitr
one's friends lufoimully and after a
who has recently iccoeicd from ap
Mrs. Henry St. (lour was hostess at
at luncheon complimentary to "Mrs.
M. A. Huntington and hor daughter,
Miss Marl.iu Huntington, who sailed
for Honolulu last week. Argonaut.
Mr and Mrs. Ilonry Foster Dutton
left on Monday for Coronado, to ro
maln until after thu Polo tournament.
Miss l'Mlth (I ll)h, who Is a tennis en
thusiast, won tho trusteo's loving cup
from Miss Mabel Taylor Tuesday af
ternoon nt tho Oahu College. Tho
faculty at Punahnii nro doing their
pint toward making tho boys and
gills expert with tho racnuet and
quite a fow good players havo do el
oped Miss i:thel McKcnsle, whoso en
gagement wnB announced leccutly to
Mr Frank Hongs, left for hor homo
in O.ikland to bo with her father and
mother until hot- marriage, which will
lake placo during the summer. MIbs
McKenslo Is a very sweet and delight
ful girl, and Honolulu Is glad to h.ue
hei here as a future lestdent.
l)r and Mrs. W. C. llobdy hum as
their house guests Dr. uml Mrs. Trot
ter, whu are old friends nf theirs,
Thcy will lenialn with tho Hobdjs
until thcy secure il homo.
Mis. Huriy Macfiirliino of Hono
lulu Is tho guest of her biother and
sister. Mr and Mrs. Foster Dutton,
at the hotel St rraucls, Argonniit.
Mis Haiold Pew all, who Is a visitor
fiom Hath, Maine, Is the guest of her
sister. Mis Nounaii Medium, after a
(pleasant Wslt In Sniitu llaibiiia and
set of tenuis a pleus.int hour can hoiother parts of the Stale Cluonlcle
spent socially. On Thuisday olghtyl Mrs, Sewall Is ory well known by
lot of llonolulnns, her husband bo- 'Tho home b'f Mr. and Mrs, Charles
lug the American consul hero during T. Fltts has been gladdened by tho
tho stormy das Just prior to nnnoxu- birth of i son. The baby la to bo
""" Charles T. Fltts Jr.
Mis. McMillan, who sojourned at Mrs. W. A. II. Comstnck, Mr. Her
the Moana Hotel for a )ear with hor bort W. Clark Jr., and Mr. Jonathan
nlcco, Miss Mills, who is now MrB. Comstnck aro around tho world tour
Haynes, gave n most dellghtrul and ists who aro making a break In their
Informal tea at tho Palaco Hotel, Journey by stopping In Honolulu and
whero sho has a delightful apartinont. seeing tho bonutlcs of our country.
It was n cry Jolly party, as all prcs-
ent wcio old friends. About twenty- Mr8. Cox has Joined tho faculty of
flvo were In attendance. Punahou, taking tho placo of Miss L.
in. Smith, who has loft for her homo
f'niiiiiin nrm.nr ,.., r In Pennsylvania, for sho will bo mar-
friends on their way to Oregon stop- rlei1 Bllor,,y- ...
ped at tho Stowart Hotel for u fow I
days. Captain flrcgory plans to make' Mr. K. A. Kdsall, n visiting tourist,
a prolonged lnlt with relatives In i a guest at the Moana Hotel. In a
the northwest country. icouplo of weeks Mr. Kdsall will con,
tlnuo his travel, going from hero to
Mr. and MrB. Walter Frost of Chi- Jniun.
cago and Mrs. Cam nf Knglnnd left'
on Tuesday for tho Volcano and other1 Mr- "n,l '" W. A. Ilaldwln, with
Island attiactlnus. their two children, wero out-going
I paBsengerH on tho steamer Km lino
Mlhs Kiln Mclntcmey Is a guest of bound for San Francisco. Thoy ex-
the Stewart Hotel, where sho plans to lcct to bo gono three months,
icmnln for tho coming six months. I
I MrB. O, It. Kwart, who ramn to town
Mr. St. Claio Ullbert haa Just re- to be present at tho Kwart-Cattln nup
turncd from Santn Ilarbaia, whcio ha tlals, loft for her homo last evening
has been tho liouso guest of Mrs. Koh- on tho W, (. Hall,
ert Louis Hlexensnn, wife of tho Into
distinguished author. Mrs. Stevenson I
has a palatial homo at Santn Uarbara
with many mementoes from Hawaii
Dr. J. K. Plckard and Mrs. Plckard,
after a delightful sojourn In Honolulu,
left on tho Sierra, i
Mr. Kdwiud Pnllltz left for the
mainland on tho Sierra. I
Mrs. J. II. Southgalo, tho tennis on-
thuslast, left for ICngland on the .Si
Mr. Kdwnrd llrooks and Mr. II. K.
Drnoks nro Plcasanton guostB for a
short visit to Honolulu. Doth of these
men are largely Interested In lumbar
In Minnesota. I
Mrs, William W. Ooodalo was a
home-coiulng passenger on this week's
Dr. and Mis. Frederick K, Trottor,
with their family, arrived on this
week's Wllhelmlnn. Dr. Trotter Is
tho newly-appointed Fedoral Quaran
tine officer They will bo n welcoino
addition to our nodal life.
Honolulu again welcomos Mr. Otto
WK to our shores. Mr. Wix's pic
tines havo been ery much sought
and he has been busy filling Island
Miss Snia Lucas ami Mr Harry
Lucas will an I vii home on July ltlth.
f i om tho I'ast. Miss Lucas has been
Mrs. Kllznheth Church Is a guest of
tho Stewart Hotel. Mrs. Church's
many friends nro making hor visit In
San Francisco " most delightful by
their kindly attention nnd courtesy.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William (1. Irwin nnd
Mr. ltlchard hern aio at Coronado,
where they will remain until tho end
of next week. They wero Joined on
Monday dy Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Templcton Crocker and Miss Jennlo
Tho (lunrd family will leine lllln
In April for their Furopcaii trip.
which thcy plan will keep them bIx
months slghtbcclng In tho Old World.
Mr ami Mrs. D. II, Mitrdock, who
luno been In Honolulu for the! past
two months, left for their Mnul home
on last night's Claudiiie.
Mr. Abraham Lorrlsen has Just re
turned from a business trip to Wash
ington, whero ho went In tho Interest
of coffee. Mr. Iiniscn, It la repmted,
lias nsplratlons to tho delcgnteshlp.
Ho Is at present a guest of tho Stew
(Additional Society on Pgo 8)
Will Receive Shipment of
Consisting of DRESS and STREET HATS
in Modish Styles
MILTON & PARSONS
Milliners, Pantheon Block, Fort St.
, t iy.
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