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EVLNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.
Mrs. Edward R. Staekable's Luncheon.
Mrs. IMnanl It. Stnckablo outer
tuinnil Jit :i Knldou showci lunoh"ou
mi Wt'iliicwlnv In Inmiir of her cousin,
Jlrs. Ilcrnldluc NVinvnii, who Ib In bo
i"i autumn ItI . Tim tabic renter
was mn8i.e(l Willi (InitiltiK yi'ltiiw-Kiitit-rn
shower nrrniiKcd tnnat nttisllcnlly
hi n noldcn liaHt.pl, tlio liiiin, slender
li. d,of handle beltiK licit with n lini;p
d'l'i bow ir ynllnw ptolllue. (Iracofiil
brunches nf Rolrton shower were deli
unci) scnlleied nvcr I lie table. Hand
pa nleil place cnids In tones of jclle.v
r.ti'l nrratif-'eil In Into u rent lit were
ory nllmetlve. After him boon the
guests lnntiitcil out In iMoanalim tn
vmii'pim the poln Kainu. Mrs. Stack
nti'e'ii quests were Miss deralillne Nou
n mi, the rcuoHt of honnr, Minn Wllhol
ii'lnn, Tenney. Mhn .lessle Kennedy,
Ml'ii Muriel llowalt, Miss Nora Slur
(.con, Miss Dololhy Wood, MIrs Cor-
ilcll.i Wnlkcr anil MIhs IMltli Williams.
Mr. ami Mrs. Richard Ivcrs Cntertaln.
Air. nnd Jin. fill hard Ivers have
(iirdH out for a surfing and supper
paily In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Toinpfolon Ciockor for l-'rlday, even
ing, May ncetilccuth.
Mri. C Montane Cooke's Luncheon.
Mis. James I.effcrlH wns the hon
ored finest of her dau;hter, MrH. 0.
Mnnlusue Cooke, on Wednesday, when
hlio entertained at a elinrnilufily ar
landed luncheon. Yol'iw, wlilrh scorns
lo be the preallltiK color scheme for
table decorations, wa profusely used.
A low, blown russet basket wan arils
lleaMy tilled with billlliintly colored
jellow coreopsis. 'I he place cards
weio dnllilv bits of paitplmaril In toneii
Klolso Wltlimnn, Miss Clorlnda Low, , The hour after dinner was devoted to
Mlis Catherine .lones, Miss Carol Low, ImIiIrc.
Miss, Itutli Audcrspn, Mils Mailtuii
(.'liitplti'nnil Miss Mnud Jones. . The Wednesday Card Club.
I Mrs. llnntlnlph (!. Moore was the
Mr. and Mrs. John A, Palmer' Dinner. ' hostess for the 'cilncsda nrternoon
The Coiirlland was Iho netting for card club. A dalntv Crencli hnndker
one of tho most elaborate pol suppcr3 "lcf wns the prize, and Mis P. A
Riven this season. Tills well attainted l '"oiler wns the rnrlnnale winner. tie
nlTnlr look plnco last .Saturday oyu freshinonts were served ni half ariei
Iiir. A Inrpc kea trnv filled with Ins- 'our. Mn Moore's Kiiests were Mrs.
v huh fruits occupied I lie Inbl" center. I lillllp i-'icnr, Mrs I'erey Mnrco Mis
At each fiucsl's place was a dainty 0"" Merhach, Mis. Cliarhs flou, Mrs.
supper favor of a tarnation or mullo doclz. Mis. Knuiuel DeKreest, Mrs ,
lei. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer's cucsts1 lMwIn lleliner. Mrs. I". A Poller, Mr,
were Mr. nnd Mrs. MaVs, Mr nnil UH" 'en. Mm. I'icd lo-cr and Mr
Mis. McPhcnrson, l)r and Mrs. Phillip '" l,row
Prear. Mr. nnd Mrs. Armslriitn:. Miss
Kii'hcilno McCailhv. Miss Alice, Towse Johi .i.
lo match the table deiora'loti'i The nere Mrs lloniei- Pn ilnn, Mrs lldw.
Cooke liomp Is one of Iho moil brnull- Turner, Mrs Klibv Hmlili. Mrj K"s
fill In Honolulu nnd Is perfectly ar KliiRsliurv. Mrs. William P. Wn .inn
ranrnl. Mrs, CooIc'h rucsIs were her Mrs. IM'"nrds nnd Mr.i. Wendell (nV-
niolhor, the cnest of hour, Mrs. Jntnes nc Ncllle.
i elicits, ni in eol on, Mrs. via enro n. llrnwn. Mis. Scott, Mrs. Lc.nuc I All cs r. mm J. i;na il low ie mi
Cool-e, Mrs. Waller "mlcs, Mrs. John Th" swinn Cle'' rntrrlalned. mid Wlllard Abies. mmincp the rimnnenictit of tin lr ilmifli
S Waieiliousc, Mrs. I J. W. .Ionian, The KewliiR Cub teembero -'c "'i ier. Klnretue. to Mr. Ilenj.iinin Ilrnesl
Mrs. Anna Horcusnn, Mrs. K, Knpke, trrinlned liv Mils I'ipnnn'i as ilils ., aiu. am.,. p ,i,. Johnson ef Ornnd IkI.iihI. Nc-aiKn
Vrs, Henry llond lleslarlck. Mrs. W. week's hostess. Tlie-Jienii Iful M. ana . Prnnrls (in was llin .'.null I ,,, T,mw '" "" ls,":"' Rlrl ,'av""
II. Ilabl'1 I, Mra. Helen Noonan, Mrs ,, Rardens were used ns a ett-i. ',"";. J,? ,,f Mis All e t Wilcox IUrcl ,'tr,, ,l"r,,,K ,,rr lllc" K1 ll""1 hr"
Kmpst Molt-Pmllli, Mrs. Ilernlio Will- which win dellrlil to tl.ns- bidden. , ' ,nT nf last week w In' shoe. ' i'l,n lcfl h(;r" r'"' ''""''W- nml. n ho
bildte. Mrs, ll, faxon lllshon. Mrs. IM Tie Mnnnntun mnVw "o Phou' a ".' . '", , J inVnn,1 Lit III foi '"""' ",l"'r8 ' nu' I,",K'' "u'1 l"'r fn,p
wnrl I). Tontu-y, Mrs, I,. Teliney-Peck, pccr this country nnd Ihroucli th- ",.,, Mrs Wilcox Ik nim-iiiin Mr '","''""' I" n Br"""n " "r "'" ' '"
Mrs. Newton Locke. Mrs. Andrew nnfnlllnc courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. ! !, T. ,.".' ., ", ,,' , J i, f-il w",ll!' nI l",lll,n' l,,! Mll", Tira'''
Puller and Mrs. Henry Wnlcrhtniso. Samuel M. Damon they Rrnclously lend ,',, ' Vv kv If ill Ie kL sir ' ,',',0,im c"l,,,", fro"" ,l"' l'i''''rslly or
Ihelr Rardens for v fnncMen. M- 'PrT her devious "mialnn,e"s '"" "T" ?T," " """
Mre. Karold Dllllnaham'n Luncheon. ' Prcemnn's Riiests were Mrs. John ,,.,,, i,ci.llag In n tall bnndled till ""'" H'oURhls will follow I i.neuce
Mrs. William (I. Irwin and Mis. Whollev, Mrs. Heed. Mrs. .Iniues Mad- ,n,l(,, Bllollll,M pink '.nelllne, made l'0"',0 ,,,ro,"!,, llr':
Ailnn-M weio the complimented rucsI-Isoii Kennedy, Mrn Unymond Drown, Bn exunislle center piece. The petals'
of honor nt u liiuiheon Riven by Mrs. Mrsi (leorRo 1). I-rie'enn. Sr Mrs. nm ,osl,oms of the lieRonla were) Mr- " F- Dillingham's Reception.
Harold DllliiiRham nl her rlinrmlni! (leorRc ' Preeman, Jr. Mhs Alice Kentlered over tho diunask In n eri Mrs. "iijnniln Kianils llllllnuhnni
buiiRnlow on llerclanln nvenue, on Cooper, Miss Ullicl SpaldhiR and Miss ..rfeellvo manner. MrH. Wilcox's w "lr Rraclons hos-iss nt a reeep-
j.m.i iimt.i I iininti iinm i
KyrM m mv,mi
Everybody Admires a Beautiful Complexion-
fS DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indispensable and Delightful
for Fashionable Women.
A dally nccomlty fnr tho Indies' tollrl
whetlii-r ilt lmnip or whllo tnivpiinir It
liroti ts llio skin (Pirn Injurious Ptlets
nf tho oloiiionts, kIvcb a wondorfully of
fecttvr tn-nuly to the comploxlnn. It Is a
iHTfot-t non-Kroiu) Toilet Cronm nnd p
hlvoly will net (nuo or oncouraKo thn
Krowlh nt Imlr wlilrh nil ladles should
cuard nitiilnst when wlortlnK n tnllot pro
parnilon When cliniclnc, liowllnit or oth
ir oxrrtlons heat tho kln, It prevents ,i
Gouraud's Oriental Cream has boon
hfchly roroininomloil liy ph)lolnns. art
rossi a, slnRcrs nnd women of fashion ror
over linlf a century and ennnot be sur
pissed when preparing for dally or even
Inif Mtlre , .,.. ,. ck,
uouraua m urieniai i,re, .""
ntsoasos nnd relieves Sunburn. Ttemoves Tun. llmples, lllarkbo.Tis. Jlou;
Itilrhcs. Ftnsli, Prockle and Vulcnr It-ilness. Yellow nnd Muddy Skin, slvms
n ilellcately clear nnd renned romptoilon whleh rvorv woman desires.
No It For sale by UrURRlsts and Pnin y Oools Dealers.
Fcrd. T. Hopkin, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York.
Wednesdny of Ibis week. Covers Were! Helen llrown.
laid for ten. Mrs. DllliiiRham i
Riiests were. Mrs William 0. Irwin,
Mrs. Adams, Mrs. M. M. Mncnmb, Mrs.
At. M Scott. Mrs. William Coleman.
Mrs, Ueiijnmlii Francis Dlllltmham,
Mis. Itlchnrd Ivers, Mrs. i:ieunnr
If) ilc Smith nml Mrs. (leorRo Davles.
Hon Rlten In honnr of MIsh Iblcksi'ii
Riiests wpre Mrs. I rnticls (l.v. the
cupst of honor. Mrs. (lenrKe N. WPinx,
Dr. and Mr. Hodnlns' Dinner. Mrs. Iluftis SpauldlnR, Mis Aillnr
Dr. ami Mrs. A. (1. IlodRlns enler- jipp. Mrs. Sandow, Mrs. Chailes Ith-e
tnlned very Informnlly on Tluimdar Mrs. P. L. Putnam, Mr. Hans Isetilier"
evenliiR In honor of Dr. nnd Mrs. MrK. James SpnutdiiiR and Mrs C. P
Dntls, who are In ll-inolulu for nsliori Wilcox.
Dr. and Mrt. Hodglns' Dinner.
Mrs. Jones' Picnic Party. )r, and Mrs. IlodRlns eomidlnienlei'
Miss Helen and Miss Margaret Ipne. Mr. nnd Mrs. KiiRelie Steerc with ni Tho Wnlklkl bungalow of Mrs,
Invited flflcen of their Rlrl friends In dinner In their honor on Tues-la) Klennor llydo-Hmllh wns the sienlc
the countrv home of Ihelr grandfather, evenliiR. Tho Inblo wns exipilslloli setlltiR for one cf the most etabora'e
Mr. P. C. Jones, for a picnic party, decorated In pnnslcs. maidenhair fninof this season's dinners. Tho house
They hTt town in the early tnornlni; rncl yellow tulle. The table center ' wns made Into u (hr)nnullieinum pni-
nnd a Jolly Rod old-fashioned inv of wns massed 111 a low mound of pansles1 den. This honullful flower decorated
Mrs. C. D. Wood's Tea.
Mrs. ('Union II. Wood was hostess
nl n small and Informal I en on Wed
j nesdav afternoon. About n dozen
1 li lends enjojed Mrs. Woods' hospital
Mrs. Hawley a Drldne Hostess. fun they had. All sorts of Rimes and feathery loin, nnd was llchtl
Mrs. Ilawley was hosless for llioi were da)cl r,nd In Hie late afternoon (louded In yellow tulle. At carli
Wednesdny Afternoon Sen Ira llrldRO p dellRhlful dip wns Inken In a tmlinnl guest's p'neo was a dainty favor. A
Club. Tho prlrcs were 'dalii'M e-n-, pool, of which so iimiiv nbouitt In the pretty Rllded basket was lllleil will,
broldcted guest towcts which nto, valley of Nuuanii. Tho Rlrls wcic pansles, tho handle tied with yellow
much In oriic. Mrs. William P. chaperoned by Mrs. Androw l-'iillcr ami tulle, mnkltiK nil clccnnt decoration.
Woolen and Mrs. Klriiv were the luck) Mrs. Ilelle Jones. Miss Margaret and Dr. anil Mrs. llodpln's guests were
leclpleuls. After seernl exciting rub-l llolen Jones' guests were Miss Dor- Mr. am Mrs. Kugeii" S'eire, Hie
l.oi h nf brldRc, n delicious collation othy Wood of Philadelphia, Miss Hilt li cucsts of honor, Mr. John Kvnus, Dr
was Borved. Mrs. Hnwley's RiiesM Sopor, Miss Thelma Murphy, Mls.i Harvey Murray nnd Mr Will Knlli.
on Snturdnv nflernoon. The bcnullful
hoii'e nnd nrtlstle Rrounds weio dotted
with ft lends during the reiepllin
1 hours. Mm. Dillingham wns assisted
bv Ihe ruest of honor. Mrs. Itilckson,
nnd by Mrs WHIIam A. lliown. Mr
Alono (Jartlcy pouted tea.
I Mrs. Eleanor Hyde-Smith a Hostess.
you intend to buy
a home Before
You've Got to Look
On lots purchased from
us and constructed so as
to give the greatest con
venience and comfort.
You select the plan--we
tell you how much the
bungalow will costand
then build according to
Or else a orc.itor cxneiiditiirc will be tlio price of your
delay! that's logical '
Stop and think! A greater tourist travel here It as
sured. The canal is almost a reality.
Honolulu is tho focal point of Island prosperity be
causo It is thp largest city and the capital of Hawaii.
As a result, re a I estate values In and near Honolulu
have begun to dim b and will continuo to climb and climb.
Your own good tense will tell you that for many years
valuos arc going higher, higher, higher,
)ivcry rontcr kn ov4s tlat rents have already gone up
and will continue to advance. You'll pay more if you stay
where you are.
Delay, then, In buying now or, at least, in making an
Initial payment to secure your lot will cost you money.
In other words, you'll pay more later wherever you buy.
You Really Ought To See Now The
10 Minutes From tlio Heart of Honolulu
Wby not pick out your lot now? Tbis
is tlio nearest bigb-clnss Honolulu res
idence property; on tbe market-out
Punabou way. Prospective buyers
know what class their neighbors will
be. Streets, sidewalk?, curbs, sewers,
electric lights and gas aro in. No long
wait for promised improvements.
Hotel street and Punabou cars pass
near tins proportyrvery ten minutes,
19 hours a day. Schools, churchos,
parks, good water and air are within
easy reach of every resident. Do you
opcct or can you ask moro?
Just a word about our terms Have
you a few hundred dollars you hava
saved which you eventually intend to
invest in Honolulu residence property?
Perhaps what you now have is all that
is needed for tlio first payment. Sav
ings from your salary will do the rest.
Docauso our terms are your terms.
If you can't get away today or tomorrow telephone and we will
call and make an appointment to take you out to see the Makiki
property at your convenience.
Oliver G. Lansing,
80 Merchant Street
'be livliiK room us well iih the illiiiiu;
renin. A low, brown basket wa-t nr
llstteallv lllleil wllb KorKentiH ehryxun
HieinuniK, the baiiillc belli!; tied Willi
H Iiiiko cliln bow- of vellnw- tulle. Mri I
llvile-Snillh's Kiiesta were Mr. ami'
1 MrH. William O. Irwin. Dr. and MrH
i AilauiH, Miss I'eke, Miss .IpkiIo Kuuf i
j man and Mr. Prnm-lH M lla'eb The
hour afler dinner wat ilnvo'ril lo
lirlilKP. MrH. Ilydo-SniMli Ik a mo -I
' welcome addition to Honolulu ami p '
i.oclal lire. i
j Mrs. Walter Cowles' Luncheon. 1
I Tlio artistically nrranced homo of ,
MrH. Walter Cowles oti Wilder Mciim
. was tlio BetlltiK for one of tlio most
rbariiiliiKly arranged lunrbomiH of this
I week. Tin? bonne lends Itself a Imlr-'
I ably lo ileeoiatlon ami Monday II v. m
abloom with cay jollnw coreopsis and.
yellow Held daisies. Tlio place ards
were the koIiI monogram of tlio
Cowles. Mrs. Cowles' quests were
Mrs. Ileiij.unlti Kranrls UlllliiKliatn.
MrH. Kieanor llyile-Smllli. Mrs. Wil
liam II. Castle. Mrs. Wendell Cilsli
IliK Neville. Mrs. KoHsetuleni Mrs. Ill
ward 1). Teiinnv, MrH, (Jcorco Cald
well Carr.-Mrs. Watcrliouse, Mrs. Ilab
bltt, and Mrs. Arthur G. Hmllb.
Mrs. Clarke's Surprise Shower.
Miss Dnrrls Clrdlor was the inolll
I for n Biirprlxo shower party plxen on
! .Saturday bv .MIhs Miriam Clarke. Miss
i (llnller Is lo bo a Jiinn bride. Th"
iCIaike liiiuio was tmulo atlraetlo In
carnations ami ferns and dainty palms
nml plants. Karh Kirt boro a lltlln
personal Jlnclo that caused a deal of
iiieiriinont Miss Clarl.e'H Kuestti
were Miss Doris driller, the cuest of i
honor, MrH. Charles driller. Mrs. i
Henry (ilnaca, Mrs Kay II. Itloiow.
Mrs. Ilvron (). Clark. MrH. !,. Smllli. .
Mrs. .1 H. Dommbho. Mrs. It. II ICIls !
worth. Mrs. W A. (Iieenwell, Miss Her ,
nice Smith, Miss Hacbel Chnreblll i
Miss Eleanor ntllncer, Miss Doioii
Klllnrpr Miss Mnrtaret C'ark". Miss
Shirley Cosier, Mlsi C'liaiTolto Dmli'e I
MIsh Kiisan Clark, Miss l-'Ioreiice
Whiter. Miss Marraret Omsteail and I
Miss Ida I'llsworlh Tho afteni'ion I
wns dellKhlfully siienl At half afler I
four a delicious collation was served
nml Kiratly eujuyril.
Faculty Garden Party.
The lesldeiiro nf Mrs. C. .1. MrC.tr.
tbv was Iho m'IIIiir fo' a dellKhlful
I'.iriy Kit en bv Iho women of the fne
' ...... .. ..... ....ii ..r II.... ..ti -1-1...
lll'.v III 1IIO II1IVKO Ol IlilMIIII. I II'"
party wiih planned lo ilo honor to the
wles of Iho profoswirH of Iho eolloue.
Dalnlv pink Crouch Itambler roses and
asianiKUH moons inado the house al
tractive. ICnrh nuest was favoied
Willi, a pretty noldeu basket tilled
with' May blossoms. Tho ladles enter
InlnliiR worn Miss Chlpmnn, Miss
Shaw, Miss Yoeiler. Miss leo. Miss
flreen and Miss Onls. Tlio hnnored
KiieHtB wero Mrs. (illmoro, Mrs.
Coiiseiis, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Krnuss,
Mrs. MeTaKparl. Miss Keller, Miss
Honker. Mrs. Young, MrH. McCutmhoy,
Mrs. rrank S. Dllllnuhain and Mrs. i
William A. Ilryan. ItefroHhinotils were'
served In the Harden under an arbor)
Mls's Beatrice Holdsworth a Hostess.'
MIbh Beatrice lloblsworlh Rrneloiisly I
Invited slxleen friends to meet Miss
Sllburn I'ui;vls at her Knlinukl lionie.
(llorlously-tinloil, Varl enlored jioluulns
liindo this already nttllictlvo hmno a1
bower of bloom. Thn afternoon wns
verv pleasantly spent by Mm eip'sin
bidden In dainty bowIiir. Mlsa Holds
worth's Riiests wore Miss Purvis, the
Kiiest of lionnr, Miss Killth Mist', Miss
Ilcrla Kokpo, Miss AhlKal Duw, Miss I
Nora Swiinzy, MIhs .lullclto llartwoll,
Miss Adams. Miss Dorcithv llartwoll,
MIbs Clare Kelly, Miss Nnia Ktunteon,
Miss l.aiirlla Noll, MIbs Irma llallen '
lyno, Miss Alico Cooke, Miss llcirrM
YoiitiR, Mlns Wllforil Clreunwell, and
.Mrs. Mcinloll Cusliliit; Ncillle l Kn-
Mrs Wendell CiikIiIiir Nuvlllo will
bo a luncheon hostess on Tlimsclay nf
unit wecl. at her rliuriulliRly t'oplral
homo on Kliiiut Btreel
LADIES' PANAMA HATS
Bij; Stock nnd Vt?iy Fine Straw
Ladies' New Trimmed Hats for
Summer Wear now on Display
ni I'AM' stui:i:t aiiom: kinci
1912 GAS IRON
Will do a day's ironing Tor only $ .03
worth of GAS. Price complete with
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.,
ALAKCA AND UEULTANIA
IN ONE POUND TINS
A Table Delicacy lakcii from llic
deep sea and prepared for pack
ing wilii great care.
Our Wholesale and Retail Price
lower than others.
TRY IT NOW
NUUANU STREET. NEAR KINQ
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