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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H;, SATURDAY, APR. 27, 1912.
(Continued from Pago 11)
Pink rosea nnd delicately tlntcil lavcn-
iter orchids. The silver candelabra
uas shluted In Hholl pink similes and
llio effect of pink nml lavender was
ilalnty lo look upon. The place cards
were lianibnnluted ancl very pretty.
Mr. nnil Mrs. l'rosscr's Guests were
Mrt. Walter Cowles a Bridge Hottest. Mr. ami .Mrs. Anion -.repp, air. ami
The Wednesday Service llrldge Mrs. Arinln Haneberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Club met at the homo ot Mrs, Wj-JUt Hobblns Anderson. Mr. ami Mrs.
Cowles this week. The score cards' Jaines Wilder and Mrs. Ilenjamln
wero tho hand work of Hie hostcs', Lodge Mnrx. The hour after dinner
daughter, Miss l-Mitli Cowles, and "as delightfully passed In music and
were greatly admired. The gifts rcrl bridge.
top scorers were awarded to Mrs. I '
John Stuart Johnstone of linger nml The Sewing Club.
Mrs. Cowles, Mrs. Johnstone received I Sewing clubs nro anion? the plea
u very unique set of'banllloii bpwis, nnt social dlveri-lons nnd the one re
while Mrs. Cowles wus given a net of eoMllv formed Is n delight to Its mom
ride canton plates. The club guests ' ters. At present there are brides
present were, besides the hostesl and elect galore und theso sewing bees
her dam-liter. Miss I-Mltli Cowles. Mrs. are resplendent with all sorts of lino
Williams, Mrs. Itoss Kingsbury. Mrs.1 needle work for the treasure chests of
Walker. Miss Lydln McStocker, Mrs. those soon to be matrons. Several of
John Stuart Johnstone, and Miss Juliu
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lanslna'i
thu lune brides have been the Inspir
ation for this mode of entertainment
tin! the results are always pleasing.
Tins club that.met on Wednesday was..
made up of some of the most popular
Mr mwi Mr. I mv.imi mul Min mauls and matrons In the social w hlrl
Helen Lowden of Oakland were th ' thu army and navy set. Miss Kthcl
honored guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo- Spalding ncted as hostess at this meet,
dorp P. Lansing on Wednesday even-1 B- The following members were In
Ing. The (able was made attractive- attendance: Mrs. James line, Mrs.
by a low crystal bowl llllcd with pale Herald Johnstone, Mrs. Hanker, Mrs.
pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Ijui-I McAfee Miss Helen Hrown. Mis.
sing's guests were Mr. and Mrs. Iw.lllelen Hockwell. Miss Hetty Case niid
den, Miss Helen l.owden, Mr. and Mrs. Miss rrccman.
Zeno K. Myers. Mr. Nelson Ituker
Lansing and Mr. Oliver tinsjng. Suv- The Morning Music Club,
eral rubbers of brldgo whlled the even-l The following delightful morning in
Ing hourB away. music was given by tho Morning Mil-
ic Club, to Its members only. Music-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ginaca's Dinner, loving Honolulu wishes more of tho
.Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glnaca cele-j meetings might be open ones. I
brater their paper wedding aiiulver-i ITtOGUAM. .
tary last Wednesday evening by Invlt- l-.nsembie and Miscellaneous.
Ing four friends to break bread with Vocal Duo. "Come Live with Me.
them. The tablo center was prettily and lie My Love". .. .Arthur Foole
arranged with a cut glass bowl tilled Mrs. Mott-Smlth ami Mrs. Weight.
with fragrant La Marque rosos. Music Studies Kdmund Neuperc
occupied the hour after dinner. Mr. Mrs. Whitney
and Mrs. Ginaca's guests wero Mr. Song. "The Quest" ...Kleanor Smith
and Mrs. llay llakor Uletow, Mrs. Mrs. l'cck
Kllzabeth Campbell lticroft. and Mr. I'oems (after Omar Khayyam) ....
Arthur Ewort. I . Arthur Koote
The Sefvlee Bridge Club. ' Aria O don fatale, from Don Carlo
Mrs. William 1. Woolen honored -.., Verdi
the Service Brldgo Club by being hosl-' Mrs. Anderson
ess for tho fortnightly meeting. Four (a) Serenade ops. No. G
tubles were played and a gift given (b) Prelude In G. Mln op. 23, No.
the top scorer at each (able. Tho 5 Uachmaulnorr
fortunate ones wero Mrs. Kdwards,1 Mm. Merrill. .
Mrs. Tuttle, Mrs. Neville and Mrs. English Songs I
Gayler. Mrs. Wooten's guests were, (a) ."To me, At' My Fifth Floor
Mrs. Matheson, Mrs. Gaylor, Mrs.j
Vreston, Mrs. Neville, Mrs. Hammaiv
Sirs. Tuttle, Mrs. Gayler, Mrs. Hanker,
Mrs. Itoy Francis Smith, Mrs. Sliced,'
Window Albert Malllnslu
(b) "To You, Dear Heart"
F. Morris Class
Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Halley, Mrs. Wqtan'a Farewell and Firo Music
Turner and Miss Zelnlor.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Prosser's Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. I'rosser gavo an
exquisitely appointed dinner on Sat
urday of last week when they cele
brated the tenth anniversary of their
lAir. for eigh hands, by August
Mrs. ltlchards and Mrs. Hitchcock,
Mrs. Constabel and Mrs. Cooke.
Mrs. James Pine's Bridge Tea.
Mrs. James Pino will give a bridge
marriage. The Prosser house Is Tea on Tuesday of next week at the
charmingly arranged for entertain- home of Judgo and Mrs. Henry E.
ment, tho conservatory being most a.- Cooper In honor of her sister, Miss
tractive Tho table was exceptionally1 Allco Cooper. About thirty guests,
beautiful with Its decorations of pal will attend.
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Mrs. George R. Carter's Swimming
.Mr.. Qeotgo It, Carter honored Miss
Helen Achilles by giving n supper anil
owlmmlng party for her lastt Sunday i
evening. About thirty young people!
motored out to Kalkou and enjoyed j
the hospitality of Mrs. Carter nl this
lovely, wind-swept homo on tho beach, j
Mr. and Mrt. Richard Ivert' Bathing
..Mr. and Mrs. Illchard Ivors enter-'
tallied at a delightful supper and bath-j
Imr party at their Kohala bench home, I
About twenty friends were in attend
Mrs. A, F. Judd's Luncheon. :
Mrs. Albert F. Judd entertained nt i
a hrlde-elcct luncheon on Wednesday i
of this week In honor of her sister,'
who Is soon to wed Mr. Olaf Soren
sen. Th'i. plearant parlv lo.,k place
nt !-o Coi.nly null About twenty
friends were present.
The following car J has be. n re
Mrs. Frederick D.vlght Lowrey
Mrs. Sherwood Mooio Lmvri-y
At the Towers
Lunalllo and Victoria Stieels
Tliursday, May Second,
'from four lo sl
The Lowrey Reception.
"Tho Towers," tne lovely homo of
(lie F. J. Lowreys. will bo tho setting
for one of the largest receptions given
liils season. Tho hostesses on thlsl
occasion will bo Mrs. Frederick I
Dwlght Lowrey and Mrs. Sherwood
Tlie murh-talked-of Miss Tlieltna.
Parker Is going to be married much
(.ooner than was at first anticipated.'
"'lie wedding will take place tho first
part of August and the happy young'
people will live for a year at least
at the wonderful ranch owned by this'
unspoiled heiress. Tho Kinney house
has been taken and will bo renovated!
to suit the bride-elect, who, with her
charming mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Knight, left on ycsteulay's steamer,
for this famoui and world known
lunch. Miss Parker is a rcinarkablej
Mid clever young girl, who, asldo from
her millions, is Just as sweet and un
pretentious as tho most cxactlnirl
could wish to know. All of Honolulu l
is interested In' this girl, who l not
tho least bit. blase; She Is a clinging
bit of girlhood, feels and wishcsMhe
near and dear companionship of her
mother. Mr. Smart, while not so well
known, has made an excellent liu
Prussian on those meeting lilm, and
the wish of hosts of friends of bpth
ypilng people will follow them to their
ranch home. The wedding, no doubt,
will surpass, if possible, the magnifi
cent and elaborate celebration in
honor of Miss Thelina's coming of ago
party, which, without a doubt, was
one of the grandest ever given In Ha
Mrt. Alexander Robertson's Sewing
Mrs. Alexander Hobertson, who has'
charge of the Ice cream booth for the
fair, held a meeting of tier assistants
lo make their hats, which will bo of
paper, but, well It's a secret, so I can
not tell. Refreshments wore served
at four, after which a delightful hour
was spent in listening to an impromp
tu musical programme. Mrs. Robert
son's guests were Miss Sterrlt, Miss
Nina Craig, Miss Henrietta Smith,
Miss Grace Itobcrtson, Miss Gertrude
McCorrlston, Miss Sybil Hobertson,
Miss D. McCorrlston, Miss Ruth John
htone, Miss Kamahea Magoon, Miss
Emcllne Magoon, Miss Sybil Winter
and Mrs. Hall.
The four upper classes of Oalm col
lego had a dancing party last evening
which was a most delightful affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Clrlfllths, assisted by sov
eral of the faculty, greeted tho merry
loving young people and extended a
hearty and cordial welcome to all.
The student body is always ready for
a frolic, and last evening's danco was
n real plcasuro to them all. Tho hall
was prettily draped In mallo, nnc" lest
they should forget that It was a school
dance, tho hall was strung with pen
nants from all schools and colleges.
I both in tho Islands and from tho
States. Among those noticed nt tho
, dance wero Mr. and Mrs. Grlfllths,
Mr, and Mrs. Fllks, Miss Sheldon,
I Miss Foster, Mr. llalllo, and soyeral
other teachers. Somo of the young
people present were Miss Huth An
derson, Miss Ruth Sopor, Miss Tholma
Murphy, MIbs Martha McChesney,
Miss Violet Stoevcr, Miss Klolse
Wlcliman, Mss Marguerite Wndman,
Miss Helen Spalding, Miss Dorothy
Wood, Miss F. Cousens, Miss Mar
Jorle Chapln, Miss Manan Chapin, Mr.
' Donald Lowls, Mr. Warren Tlmboi.
luko, Mr. Allen Ronton, Mr. Alexan
der' Anderson, Mr. William Schum.w,
Mr, Vernon Tenney, Mr, Charles Her
bert, Mr. Fred Wichman, Mr. Oswald
Stevens, Mr. Vincent Genovos, Mr, W.
Harris, Mr. Gus Hallentyne. Mr. Ar
- tliur Drown, Mrs. Charles Stevens,
.Mrt. Mansfield's Reception.
Oh Thursday of this week Mrs.
Mansfield held a dollghtful reception
In honor of Mrs. M. M, Macomb, Mrs.
John Wholloy and Mrs. James Rogers.
About seventy-five friends responded
to this gracious hospitality. Lellchua
being such a long dlstanco from
town, many of the guosts went by
train, while others motored, to this do
llghtfu land hospitable post. Mrs.
Mansfield has a deal of charm and In
,U vJittial.ty.. whjjti , makes It a ploasuro
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Summer Furniture Exhibit.
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Tliote'wHo have wailed for thlt an
nouncement may feel certain that
HOPP'S always carry the mott exten
,'tlvo. vtfiety of furniture, for veranda,
, tun parlor and out of doort.
Reed, Willow, Double Cant and Bent
Wood deSlgns await you at prices ex
LEAF QREEN PORCH FURNITURE
Macfo throughout of telect White
Maple, thorough kiln dried, and con
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ing an almost Indestructible piece of
furniture. The finish "Leaf Green" It
very durable and pleating to the eye.
Three different designs In Chairs,
Rockers and Setteet.
ARM CHAIR8 $4.50 to $7.50
ARM ROCKERS 5.00 to $8.00
.SETTer.3 $10.00 lo $15.00
Hand-Woven Willow Furniture
It exceedingly desirable for warm weather. It is-so light, 'coof.'
and comfortable, and can be woven Into vtry attractive de
Ladles' Straight Chai'S, Rockerc, Arm Chairs and Rockers,
$7.50 to $15. -
Double Cane Porch Furniture
Inexpentive, comfortable and durable framet made of tea
toned lY"aple, extra heavy ttock, teats of double cane, backs
either double cane or slat, in natural wood, specially priced as
follows!. . ,
No. 14i STRAIGHT CHAIR, without arms, rattan teat, slat
back, each $1.35 "
No. 13 ROCKER to maleh 1.35
No. 23 ARM ROCKER, rattan teat and tlat bzck 2.50
fio. 4 Large ARM ROCKER, rattan seat and back 3.25
"TliNo.!! AttM CHAIR to match 3.00,-
No. 1 Extra High Back ARM ROCKER, rattan teat and
back .-. 3.75
"BKNT WOOD LAWN BENCHES' painted green, 4 feet. .. .$7.25
X" BEN.T WQ.OD-LAWN BENCHES.. painted green, 6 feet.... 9.00 '
M CANVA6iECLINING -L'AWN CHAIRS..,....!..' 1.50
CANVASSTOOLS and ,C HAIRS....;'. ,50c and 1.00 '
- finality Couch Hammocks
Madepfextra heavy canvas, with pockets in end and wind
shield, complete, with good quality mattress in denim or khaki",' '
See our $idow
Grass Matting Rugs
The ideal porch covering.' Comerf in' almost any t lie1 and In'
green, brown or red.
9x12 $9.00 8x10 $7.75 6x9 $5.75 3x6 $1.50
keep out the tun, but let
in the cool breeies.
10 ft. Sft. . 6 ft.- 4 ft
$8.00 $0.50 $4.50 $3.50
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Mrs. Coleman a Bridge Hottest.
Mrs. William Coleman was the
hostess at last evenlng'8 Service
Hridge Club meeting held at thu home
of Captain and Mrs. Clifton Curler.
The guests at this party were Gen
erul and Mrs. Macomb, Admiral and
Mrs. Walter Cowles, Captain and Mrs.
Gayler, Major and Mrs. Neville, Cap
tain and Mrs. Cartor, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Turner, Major arid Mrs. Woolen.
Captain James. Tho gucstu of the
evening were Major and Mrs. Kdward
Timberlakc, Captuln and Mrs. Stuart
Uglitful ancl hospitable post. Mrs.
Clarke. After soveinl rubbers: of
bridge a delicious collation wart
terved. Mrs. Coleman Is a very
charming southern gentlewoman that
It Is a pleasure to meet and be with.
Mrs. David Thrum' Luncheon.
Mrs, David1" Thtuia's pretty bunga
low in Manna valley made a very pret
ty sotting for tho daintily appointed
luncheon given by her yesterday in
honor of Mrs. Hyde? of San Kranclsco.
Hrllllautly colored nasturtiums made
a very attractive conterpiece for tho
adornment of the clrcular-tablo. Mrs.
Thrum's guests Wero Mrs. Hyde, tho
Kiiest-of-honor; Mrs. Simpson, Mrs.
Prank Atberton, Mrs. Osborne, and
Mrs. Thomas G. Thrum.
Wednesday's Card Club.
Tho Manoa Card Club was most
graciously entertained on Wednesday
nftornoon by Mrs. Samuel UeFreest at
her pretty Manoa bungalow. A very'
dainty dish in crystal was the gift
awarded to MrsLyser for top-scoring.
Mrs. UoFieest'S" guests wero Mrs.
I,llrtlrfV''re'a. Mrs.TFcrdlnand Llnde
manti, r! Kb-8.lpJin JSrew,- Mrs. Olles'
Gere,' Mrs. kdwln Ihjtiner, Mrs, Han
dolpli Moore, Mrs. Hercy Morse, Mrs.
Charlcsillon, Mrs. Lyser, Mrs. William
floi-ty'GoctZt 'and Mrs. Otto llleibach, '
Miss- Ehfhorn ..Hoste,ss.
Miss Khrhorn entertained seven
friends at a charming and Informal
brldgo party on Tliursday afternoon.
Tho gift, an artistic piece of pottory,
was given to Mrs., Craig. Miss lihr
horn's guests we're' Mrs, Young, MrB.
McCoy, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Rhodes,
Mrs. Hngerf MrswCralg and Mrs. Kel
lar. t ''
- -MjiisHiasi ,,,a Mr' !lob-
ert McKIm wero married on Thursday
evening nt the home of Mrs. I. M. Me
Kim on Wilder avenue. Miss Math
ews' attendant was Miss S. While. Mr,
McKIm was supported by Mr. Qiiluu.
Hcv. Father Valentin, pastor of St.
Augustine's, otllclatrd at the service.
Mr. an-l Mr:, Fred. C. Smlth's'Dlnner.
On Monday evening of this week
Mr. and Mrs. Kred. Smith compliment
ed their mother, Mrs. Kllzabeth Wall,
by giving a family dinner In her hon
or. Threo of Mrs, Wall's sans wero
departing passengers with the Shrln--crH,
ho llio dinner uas'also In tho na
ture of a farewell. The table' was
decorated with. gorgeous and gay lhis
tiirtlmns which uro really tho spring
. blossoms In Honolulu. At this lovely
! fiimlly gathering glVc'u by Mr. and
1 Mrs. Smith wero Mrs, Klltuhetli Wall,
sir. and Mrs. Thomas B. Wall, Mr.
und .Mrs. Arthur F. Wall, Miss Graco
Davis, Miss Muriel Howutt, Mr. Gull
.ford Whitney, and Mr. Georgu neut
ron. The hour nfler dinner was spout
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Francis Smlth'o
Mr. nud Mrs. Itoy Francis Smli uro
giving. a.ynchting.,party on Sunday.
Thu day will be spent cruising In and
nrcund I'enrl Harbor . and through, tho
lochs. (TuloHs onu has doiio this trip
cno cannot realize what a beautiful
outing it Is. I.unchoon vy)l be served
aboard the yacht, Mr. mid, Mm. itoy
1-runcls smllliK guests wiiruo Mr. ami
Mrs. Hheedy, Lieut., and Mrs. Itoss
Klugsbiiiy, Mr. und Mrs. Harry llcjp
burn, Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Johnstone,
Llput, and Mrs. Homor I'roston, Capt.
and Mm. Gayler, Capt. and Mm. Hunk
er, Miss I'rlscllla Klllcott, Miss Hetty
Case, Miss Helen Hockwell, Miss Ed
ith Cowles, Miss Lydia McStockor,
Miss Julio McStocker, Mr. Ilosttrtin
and Mr. Carruthcrs. Mr, land Mis.
Smith are among tho very popular and
well-llkeil people in thu service and a
feeling of kindly hospitality Is extend
ed by them to their friends,
Lieut, and Mrs. Preston's Dance.
Lieut, and Mrs. Homer Preston of
Siaflejr ar.o eiilqrtalnlng tho threo '
tramps, son? of millionaires, who are
working their way around tho world.
They bring letters from their families
o dllferent people In Honolulu, Mrs.
Preston's father mid Mr. Sldnov' It.
Francis)' father are very old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. rrestons euests will tin
Mr. Sidney It, Francis, son of ex-Gov
ernor Francis of Missouri; Mr. Georgo
It. Little Is tho son of n St. Louis cap
italist; Mr. Hayward Hrown belongs
to a vory old and distinguished Now
York family; Mr. A. It. Diipont Is a
scion of tho Krencli nobility. These
four young men havo been very lav
ishly entertained wherever tlioy have
traveled. After a few weeks hero they I
will continue their trip to tho Orient
on their wuy around the. world.
The French Laundry
High-Class Laundering .a fsMcn and '"
rv Women's. Garme-riV '&
Dry Cleaning ,, by Abadie's French Meilrqd'
J. ABADIE, Prop.
.777 King Street
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