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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 27, 1912.
fllJ nliuinlni; of Hip winnncr
nrilrol)PH. ciitcrtnlnlni; fnr
the .Inn" hrldci nnd providing
pleAHiirra of nn Informal nn ,
Hire for departing travelers
who nre prcpailnK to Hpmd
i iiuii ivpriiip mm KiinuniT
months nn Iho mainland and hi tho
Kimt, furnlRliefl the mini total of activ
ity in tho smart set. llrldne contlnik.r.
to he a favorite pastime, but the Bath
critics nro so smnll oh to ho worthy or
mention In tho estimation of the hos
less who Is ontortnlnhiK In relays the'
huinirrd or more, friends whom Rho
iiad nt ono or two largo bridge af
lulls ilurlut; tho season ' ,
The exodus in Kan Kranrlseo of Isi
rnd people will not' bo ns great this
car ns lait, yot u goodly niimher nro
planning their annual oullng. ,
Iho Interesting brides-elect aro
furnishing tho lneentlo for ull thoi
enteitalnlng that Is being iloiio. Tlivso
young women nro 'all being paid eourtl
to, and justlv so. A lulde-elert Is nl-l
w:ih an Interesting person .oven in,
mero man. Many showers are being!
planned for tho June, brides, nud'nmall
chatty teas are iniiuli In ogun. The
eiy nlr Is redolent with tho pcrfumel
of ornngo IiIoksoiiih nnd tho chimp of
wedding bolls. A Hit of the brides-j
fleet no doubt will he Interesting to
many people. Ileio nro sonic of the
moio reeently announced ones- Miss'
l.nura Noll, Mlsi Ulhel Spalding. Miss
Annhello Low, MIsb (Jrnco Dnvls, Mlsa
Hell n llrown. Miss C'lalk, Hilar. Uwun'
dolln Newman, Miss .lullctto CooKe.i'
Miss lirnco ItobcrtKon, Mis3 Juliette
llnrtwcll, Miss Tlielma rarxer. Miss
Kthel Angus, Miss Joel Scoby, and
fevernl others which will a auuouue
Mrs. Frederick Klamp's Luncheon.
Mrs. 1'rederlek Klamp gave one of
the most elaborate, lunrlicoiis of thin
henson on Wednesday of this week nt
tho Monna Hotel. Covers were placed i
Tor fouiteen guests. The (able center
was adorned with a low, gilded basket
Piled with dark red roses and emerald'
green tulle, a combination of colon
(lint was greatly admired. Tho place'
i arils wero hory toned, with a gold,
monogram of tho hostess, Mrs.,
KInmpK guests wero Mrs. Itlclinrd
hers, Mrs. Oeorgo Davles, Mrs. I.
K.ivou lllshop. Mrs. Walter Hilling
ham, Miss Comet, Mrs. Hydo-Smlth,
Mrs. (Icorco Potter. Mrs. Ilniold 1)11.
Ilnghnm, Mrs. Pullman. Mrs. Armiii'
Haneberg, Mrs. Antono frapp, Mrs.
John How sett nnd .Mrs. A. .1. Camp
bell. Mrs. Edward Tenney's Orchid
.Mrs. James Leffcrts of ttrooklvn.
N'ow Vork. wns the honored guest of
Mrs. IMunrd Teliney on Tuesday of
this week. Tho drawing room had
ono corner massed In the largo ami
glorious bloom of palo and deep
shades of lavender orchids, which,
without a doubt, nro tho most beauti
ful In this country, Tho table center
wns decorated In the spray orchid,
whit h Is ro graceful and lends Itsolf
so admirably to artlstle placement
Tho name cards were plain whltp,
with tho houso name of KuKllanl In
gold letters. Mrs. Lefferts Is n, vis
itor In sunny Hawaii, the houso guest
of her daughter, Mrs. C. Montnguo
Cooke. .Mrs. Tenney's guests wero
Mrs. James I.elTerts, for whom this de
lightful company was hidden, Mrs.
(leorgo Herbert, Mrs. George Sher
man. Mrs. Andrew I'tillcr, Mrs. lien
Jamln I.bdgo Marx, Mrs. V. K. Ten
noy, Mrs. C. Montague Cooke, Mrs.
Tonncy-I'eck, Mrs. Newton Iicke,
Mrs. Helen N'ormnn, Miss Kdltb West
unil Miss Wllhclhilnn Teliney.
Mr. and Mrs. Williamson's Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Williamson
cntci tallied very Inrprmnlly at dinner
on Wednesday evening. The table was
cry attractively arranged. A roik
crystal and silver fern dish was
mnssed. In feathery mnlden-halr fern
and spras of fern wero spattered
oer tho tahlo. Mr. and Mrs. William
son's guests wero Mr. and Mrs. J.
Morton Itlggs, Mr. Charles Dana
Wright and Mr. Frank Howse.
Mr. and Mrs. Eben Low's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Khen Low's homo was
n pretty Retting for the delightfully
liiformnl dinner given by them In
bonor of Dr. and Mrs. Raymond and
Mis Violet Makeo. Tho table wns
prettily decorated with red carnations
ond maldejilinlr fern. Tho nlnco cards
wero suggcstUo of tho departure of
tins wcJI-1I;ih! famllj. Mr. and Mrs.
l.r,w s guests were Dr. and Mrs. Itn
niond, Mrs. Iloblnson, Miss Violet
.MnKeo, Miss Carol Low, and Miss
Dr. and Mrs. HarrlR' Dinner.
Dr. and Mrs. Itenjamlu V. Dllllng
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ALAKEA AND DERETANIA
ham were tho complimented dinner
guests of I)r nnd Mrs. Harris, who
are Colonial Hotel guests. Pink roses
nnd pink tulle were profusely URcd In
Iho decoration of the table, which wni
most attratthe. The lanal drawing
loom of the Colonial Is very beautiful
nnd makes a pretty Fcttlng for a din
ner party. The place cards were very
pretty, being Rccnes In ami about Ho
nolulu. Dr. nml Mrs. Hntrls' guests
wero Mr. and Mrs. rtenjaniln V. Dil
lingham, Mr. nnd Mrs L. Tenne
Peek, Dr. and Mrs. Clifford D. Wood,
Mr. and Mrs. Krank Chirk and Mr.
rnd Mrs. Oeorgo Potter.
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Hodglns'
Thursday evening Dr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Hodglns entertained nt dinner.
The table wns n mass of brilliant yel
low bloom and was ver effective. Tho
evening was Rpcnt In music. Dr. and
Mrs. Hodglns' guests were Mr. and
Mrs. William Williamson, and Mr, nml
Sirs, l'red Damon.
Captain and Mrs. George Kumpe's
Colonel and Mrs. .tames Itogers
were the honored dinner guests of
Captain nnd Mrs. (Jeorge Kiimpo, of
I.ellehun, on Wednesday evening of
this week. Tho table wns very pretty
with a basket filled with pale pink enr-J
nations nnd mnldenhnlr fern. Tho
piiitu iuiiih Mnu ncein'H 01 .japan unui
wero greatly admired. Captain audi
Mrs. Kumpe's guests were Colonel '
and Mrs. James lingers. Mrs Hoffman!
nml Mnjor H. V. Smith.
The Woman's Guild Musical.
The musical and literary evening
arranged bv n committee of the Wo.
malt's Guild members and bended by
Mrs. Tenney-Peck ns chairman, was
a decidedly artistic sueioss. It was ai
gieat pity that a larger audience did'
not greet tho perforator, for cadi
number was excellently tendered, nml
tho cause was one that should have!
packed tho hall. Tho old ladles'!
home should appeal lo overy tnanl
nnd woman In this country, as It Is-
worthy of ocry ono's thought and
Hipport. It was very grarlous of tho
Woman's Guild, In arrange a pro-
grnmmo fnr their benefit. Tho fol-j
lowing milliners wero most excellently
Violin and Piano Handel's Sonata
lu A 1721). Andante, Allegro,
Adagln, Allegro (nr. by IV. Her
mann) Mrs. A. Wide-
maim and Mrs. I,. Tcnncy-Petk
Vocal Solo "Hear Mo! Vo Winds
and Waves!" Handel
fAIr from the opera "Sclpln")
HeeltntUo from "Julius Cnesar." (Ar.
by A. L.)
Mrs. (icorge A. Drown
"Hagar Character sketch In cos
tume Miss Cornell (lesell
Vocal Solo debet der KIlRabcth
Miss Edith Itosslyn Cnllals
Three Dames from Henry VIII. for
lolln nml piano.. .Kdwnrd Gorman
Mrs, A. Wldeninnn and Mrs. L. Ton-
Vocal Solo "What tho Chimney
Snug" Ciortrudo (irlswold
Mr. Ceorgo A. Ilrowu j
(Jilglnul Adaptation or nuiincr Tale
Vocal Solo "Tho Years nt tho
Spring" Mrs. H. II. A. Ilencli
.Miss IMIth Honshu Collals.
Mrs. Northrup Castle's Luncheon.
Mrs. Northrup Cantle, who Is living
In Arcadia, the homo of (Inverunr mull
Mrs. Walter Prear, wns a luncheon
hostess on Monday of (bis week, when
the eiiiertalned sevon friends nt a
most dalulll) appointed icpast. The)
table was made lo bloom In spring
blohsoins and feathery gieeus. Mrs.
CnsUe's Bowls wero Mr. mid Mrs.
Tenney-Peik, Mrs. Harriet Castle
Coleman. Miss Marian HaUlnnd, (Tow
irnor Walter I "rear, Mr. H.irsolo ami
Honor A, do Souz.i Cminvnsso. I
Mrs. William R. Gibson's Bridge
Mrs. Ja;ncs Hogers and Mrs. Adamsl
were the honored gints at a hrldgel
tea, given by Mrs William It. Glhsotu
of Lolleluia on Tuesday afternoon. I
'Iho houso was attractively decorated'
for tho occasion and was a very ar-l
llstlc conception. The gifts ror the;
top scorerH wete nwnided to Mrs. II.
p. Wlllard, wife of Captain Wlllnrd.l
nnd to Mrs. Hootli lif the Second lit ,
fantry. Guest prizes were glen loi
Mrs. lingers nnd Mrs. Adams. Mrs.
Gibson's guests weie Mrs. James
Itogers nnd Mrs. Adams, the guests of
bonor, Mrs. Nalor. Mrs. Hell, Mrs.
Apple, Mrs. Hooth, Mrs. Christy, Mrs.
I'orestcr, Mrs. Scales, Mrs. Wlllaid,
Mrs. McChere, Mrs Wllyounu. Mrs.
Hoe, Mrs. Mount, Mrs Shuttleworth,'
Mrs. Umgnecker, Mrs Mathews. .Ir-.
Deems, Miss Hell, Miss Scales. Miss
Johnstone and Miss Mansfield.
Tho engagement of Miss Alice lllch
nrdson of Kansas City and Mr.
Charles P. Loomls has just been an
nounced. It will be n Honolulu wed-'
ding. Miss Itlchuidsou will come
hero with tho Paul Supers on their;
return and tho wedding will take'
place In June.
Meeting of Piano Club.
The Plono Club wns entcrtnlned m
tho home of Mrs. W. II Smith Sutur
day afternoon, April inih. Mrs W. II.
Smith and Mrs. It. T. Ponest being
Tho club whs very fortunate In hav
IiitS as their guest Mr Pred llutler.
who gao two Rungs nnd responded
to tho club's ory eldent deslro for
an encore. The Knmehnmoha (lleo
Club, under tho leadership of Mr. C.
K. King, sang most harmoniously, and
yielding, to tho applause of their list
eners gne several encores.
Part I. Mozart.
Sketch of Mozart's Llfo and Works
Mrs. 15. II. Moses
Mo7art--"Cnnzonou Marriage ,of V
Mrs, William Purer
Mozart "Allegro Ahsal" from Sonata
Miss .Tenn Chalmers
Moart "(JIo Mo Thy Hand O Pair-
est" Don dim mini
Mrs. Peter lieamqr. Stephen Desha
ond, Carrlo Jncobs "Walking
Her Garden" ,"7,. ."..,". Vocal
urn. ram tiartcls
Punll "Drifting" -.v. . . .-. .Piano
Mrs. .larrett T. Lewis
Lane, Oerald "LIfo's Lullaby" .
Mis. Horace Johnson
"Iml An la Oo"
(niranged by) Mr. King
Messrs. Knno nnd Tourney
Two Songs by Mr, Pred llutler
The Hllo Tennis Club Handicap
Hntrlcs fur the Hllo Tennis Club
handicap tournament dosed April:
10 i-i... 1 11 1 , .'
iu. 1 nt- imiiuiiHiia jiuve ueen posieu
at the courts, and tho following
diawlngs hnu been made.
M ION'S SINliLI-.S
Alvah Scott against Stephen Dosha.
The winner of tho nbovo match will
piny the winner of a match between
11. Hlscrmnn and W. 11. l'enton-Smltb
Dr. L. I,. Sexton ngalnst S. S. Itolnh.
The winner of tho nbovo match will
play Hugene Homer.
Miss Amy Williams against Mrs.
The winner to play winner of match
bctwein Mrs. Hands and Miss Har
S. S. Itolph nnd Stephen Desha, Jr.,
is. W. II. Hlsermnn and Penton-Smllh.
Homer and partner (not named)
vs. Scott and Dr. Sexton.
Mrs. llurtels ond Mrs. Cnstoudvk
xs. .Miss Amy Williams and Mrs. Pat
ten. Mrs. Lindsay-Watson and Mrs. II.
Vicars vs Miss llapal and Miss I'm.
Miss Williams and S. S Itolph s
Mr. nml Mrs. LIudsny-WatRon.
Winner to play winner of mntcn
between Mrs Patten and A. Scott vs,
Mrs. Castendyk mid W. II. HlRcrmnn
Miss Pox and ltov. Kentim-Smlth s
Mrs. Ilnrtels and Horner.
Miss Hapal nnd Stephen Desha
Dr. and Mrs. William Monsarrat's
Tho Country Club made a very
pretty setting for tho dinner given by
Dr. nml Mrs. Wllllnm Monsnrrnl on
l'rldn exenlng In bonor of Miss Thel
ma Parker and her mother. Mrs. nil-,
nheth Knight. The table center was
attractively decoiated with brilliant
ellow coreopsis arranged In n low
crjslal bowl. The place cards wore!
dainty, hnnd-pnlnted spring blossoms.
A x'cry Jolly and plousntit evening was!
siietit by Dr. nnd Mrs Monsarrnl s
guests, who were Mrs. Knight. Miss
Theltnn Parker. Mrs. Lnton. Mis
Klsle Miles, Mrs Winch, Miss MaJ
guire, ur. winis. Air. i:rnest t'arkei.
Mr. Frank Armstrong, Dr. (icorge
Tinker Smith, Mr. Henry Halliard
Smart. Mr. Hugh II. Walker.
' The postpohed meeting of the Wo
mnu's Auxiliary of St. Andrews will
be held on the .10th of April at the
Wilder avenuo home of Mrs. Tenney
Peck at .1 o'clock In the afternoon.
Colonel and Mrs. Mansfield's Dinner.
Colonel nnd Mrs. Mnnstlehl uimpll
mooted Colonel nnd Mrs James Hog
ers of Schoflcld by giving a dinner In
their honor on Sunday evening of this
week. Tho table was Very attractive
ly det orated In beautiful pink loses
In n glided basket which was llght
veiled In pale blue tulle. The har
mony of coloring was most attractive.
The plnco cards wero dainty and were
linnd-paluted. Colonel mid Mrs. Mnus
field's guests wero Colonel and Mrs
James Itogers anil Captain and Mrs.
Hnlns. 1'rldgo occupied tho hnur
Mrs. Mathew Graham's Tennis Tea.
Tennis teas nre much In ngiie Just
now nnd the one given by .Mrs.
Mntbew (iralinm of Manna on Tues
day of this week was n pleasant di
version. Mrs. (irnhnm's guests xere
MrH. (Ireenwoll, Mrs. Donald Itoss,
Mrs. Ilanney, Miss (Iwendnlyn Illnlr,
Miss Margaret Qulnou, Miss Louise
Lucas, Miss Juliette and tho Misses
Dr. and Mrs. Allen of Southern Cal
ifornia havo recently announced tho
engagement of tholr dniighter. Mnr
Jorlo Dell, to Lieutenant James A.
O'Connor of tho Ktigliiecr Corps In
Honolulu. Miss Mnrjorle Allen made
numerous friends while here ns the
houso guest of her uncle and nun:.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Kmest Klnlnck John
stone, at Port Shnfter. No army peo
ple hnvo been more missed when thoy
left n post than were tho JohiiRtones
when they departed from Honolulu.
Lieutenant O'Connor Is one of the
most popular and prominent of tho
ounger olHccrs In tho blue service,
nnd It Is a problem to say which of
tho young peoplo Is tho most to bo
congratulated. Miss Alien Is n girl
with a great amount of personal
charm nnd originality which mnde her
one of tho belles In tho service set
Mrs. Derby's Sewing Dee.
Mrs Henry li Cooper, who, with
her husband nml daughter. Miss Alice
Cooper, are going nway for a lengthy
lRlt to tho States, was the guest of
honor nt a tea given by Mrs. Derby 1
nn 1 ucsuay aiternnon. Sowing mid
games passed tho hours most pleas
antly and a thoroughly good tlmo wns
had by Mrs Derby's guests who were
Mrs. Henry li Cooper, Mrs. Louis A
Thurston, Mrs, Plerson, Mrs, St Clnlr
Snyres, Mrs. John Drow, Mrs. Alexis
Clguoux, Mrs. Clnrk, Mrs. Phillip
Kroar, Mrs, Hdgar Wood, Mrs. MyerB
Mrs James A. Kennedy, Mrs. Guv
Here. Mrs. McCullom, Mrs. l'red Ly
ser, Mrs. Mnrston Campbell, .Mrs W.
W. North, Mrs. Dyer. Mrs. Mocks,
Mrs. Paxton, Mrs. Tnrleton, Miss
Susan Clark nnd Miss McCallum.
The Parker Celebration.
Tho San Krantlsco Call Rays With
lols fur alohn nml a hum 011 a lanal
that was tho most splendid feast In
iiawnil since tho days of Kalakaua.thol
launl being the lnrgest cutitelvahlo1
lanal, which Is to say gallery or veran
da screened with flowers tho coming
of age of Miss Tlielma Parker wasl
celebrated at Walmca. I
In tho month Miss Parker will ro-l
turn to San Prnnclsco with her
mother. Mis. Kllzabelh Knight, nnd bo
a conventional American heiress with
Mr. IIiijiiiiiihI Ilrowu'" ItiTcptlim.
II r. I'rederltk lihimpV Luncheon.
I he l.ourej Hi t'cpllou.
Mr. mid Mr.. Itlcluird hers' lt.it lilnir
Mlcii-tn minor niinunecm ul.
Mr. I.'ilwiird leimej'i Liinclu on.
Mr and Mr.. MIllhuiiMiirV Dinner.
.Mr. ami Mr. I.'lien Lou's Dinner.
Dr. mill Mr llurrl.' Dinner.
Dr. ami Mrs. Ilixluln-.' Dinner.
I he lliilld Mu.Iiiile.
Mr. .Virlhrup Ciilli'. Luncheon.
Mr-. II. (Jlh.ou'o llrlilne 1 111.
Mecllng of Piano ( lub,
Hllo Tcnul Tournament.
Dr. mid .Mrs. VUlll.im .Monurrat'
(olniicl unil Miss Miinsfltlil Ltilirliilii.
Mrs. M11IH10H firiili.im's 'ten.
)lr. Derbj's Sowing 'lea.
Mr. Mnlltr Coules a Hostess.
Mr. mid Mr. T. I'. Luuslng's Dinner.
Mr. mid Mrs, llourj (llunca's Dliiuir.
I he M nlre llrldge ( tub.
Mr mid Mrs, M. I'. Prossir's liliuicr,
'I he Morning Mulc Cluh.
Mrs. .lanios I'lneN llrldge 'leu
.Mrs. (icorge ( arlir's Swliunilng Purl).
Mrs. . 1'. .1 imM's l.unrhion.
I'll mi licin stuileiils' llniire.
Miss Mmisllild's llireplloii.
Mrs. Irnl I'. Miillh's Liinclnoii
Lti'iiteii.int nml Mrs, llomir l'reon'
iur - f s
ti U !
n PJ12 debut nnd tho modern dlvcrtinc
ments. Hut Inst week she wns a fair; ,
Wnlmea Is two days distant from I
Honolulu, nn tho big Island: the mini
ber of miles Is unimportant, being un
known. Anyway, life Is elemental and
alluringly langoroiis thcro;" an age
removal from the rust and clamor of.
progress nt full speed. At Walmca 1
little Miss Paker rules her domain'
of hills nnd valleys and high moun ,
tnlns, half a million acres of thep,
mid the tribute Is something like two
hundred thousand dollars n iar For
her eighteenth birthday, when gtiard-l
Inns wero to be formally deposed, she'
went back to Walmen, where she was
horn. Letters from Honolulu dcscilbe
the birthday party in grandiloquent!
langungo of many l's. I
St. Patrick's day was tho birthday;
of the heiress of Wnlmea nnd l.wio
guests wero entertained. Of these '
r,00 wero sorted nt tho luau on thoi
lanal. They wero fi lends from Hono
lulu, with relatives rnd unport.-u 11a
tites 11 mo Island. In t'u xilUge U.
peoplo were gathered' nt a second
The Innnl was beautiful with niacla,
blossoms, polnsetta and heavy hibis
cus blossoms There wero members of
1 he Parker clan, the Fred Knights and
Snmiiti MniiBerrnts, who went from
San Francisco; Prince Cupid and Al
fred Carter, who has been Miss Park
er's guardian, with other notables.
Among these John 1 laker of Honolulu,
xUio sattf grace before the feast. Ho
was brief, asking n blessing in ten
words. Americans were relieved, but
the natives protested. Ono ioso and
i-nld they would like a longer proycr,
but was persuaded to pol without it,
Pol, as a detail, wa served, nut In
1 he usual talabasbcs of koa wood, but
In bowls made of'il leaves woven
with geranium flowers.
After the fea3t thcro wore races and
lariat throwing by tho cowbojs and
nathe dances mid folk songs, tho
bringing of gifts from tho village, and
the day ending In a ball for guests and
retainers If It wasn't medieval it
was certnlnly all very plcturesnue and
romnrkably different, two dnys away
from Honolulu mid the world's high
way. ( VildllIoii.il Suilelj Pagl2)
Everybody Admires a Beautiful Complexion'
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indispensable and Delightful
for Fashionable Women.
plserups nnd relievos Sunburn.
, A dally neccisltr for the IdUleV tollot
whottier fit home or wlill truvclinc It
protects the ikln from injurious pfTecta
of the clement. Rlvcs u wumterfully c(
fecttvu Iteuuty to the complexion. It I ti
perfect rum-Krvaay Toilet Oreom nnj pon
HlVfly will not cauvv or c'tHouraice tho
Kruwth of hair which all Imlfen hcuIJ
Kuurd Heainut when iielectlnR a toilet pre
paration. When dnnUiip, bowMnj; or oth
er exertions heat tho skin, It prevents a
Oouraud's Oriental Cream has been
nighty rcmmmomleil hy phyAjcluim, uct
rtusen. slnRers anil women of faahlon for
over linlf u century uiul cannot bo stir-
fMinetl when preparing for dally or even
UK nt tire..
Qourjud'l Oriental trmirt rtiro Rtfin
Ttemoves Tun. I'lmples, lllnrkheiuU, Motti
rulches. Ihuli. trccklen and Vutcar lttitnesi. Yellow und Muildy Skin. Rlvliuj
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