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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912.
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A wedding bell might svmbnllte tho
anrlnl rncnnl nf tin. nwll Tim nil I'OUghort.V mill Mrs,
r.ouncemcnt of weddings and ,1, do , , h-.Ujr-,.
tnllcil description of iheie i-ients 1II,1)P j )liiili't of good wishes go
crowd functions of lesser moment Into' with Mr anil Mrs McF.ldnwnoy on
social oblivion. The month of .liinul their honeymoon trip. Among those
lias always been inoiuiullzed l, the 1n Itctl to the ceremony Mere Mnilttiue
troitltlonnl ceremonies at home or In ' Hobeitson. the grandmother of the
cliureh, according to the dictates of bride. Miss (Iraee Hobertson, her
the June brlile I mint, Mr. mul Mrs. P A. Schnefor,
Tlio wedding of Miss (Jrare Hubert-1 Mr. anil Mrs. Alexander (1. M. Kob
son ntnl Mr Itobert It. McF.ldownoyl orison. Mr. ami Mrs. K, Fnxon Illshoj.
on Wednesdny morning at 'J o'clock .Mr. anil Mrs. Arthilr Wnll. Mr. ami
tin, Mini Magarot MeCartliy, Mr. Ks
tnonil Porker. 'Mr. Oswald I.tKhtfoot,
Mr Eifw'artl Oarden, ntul Mr. anil Mrs.
Hlehanl Young. Tlio hour after din
ner wns'ijoipted to music anil bridge.
and Mrs. James Wilder'
nnil Mrs. James Wllilpr enter.
i her sisters are Mrs .lames Honnhuo talneil at n week-end party at the
ucorge iinuace. Tuntnlus home,
the delightful root and bracing air of
WEDDINGS ANO ENGAGEMENTS
KEEPING CUPID BUSY IN'JUNE
Captain and Mrs. Danker Entertain.
Tlio nrelty homo of t'anlaln and
Waller Cottles, Mrs. Clinton CI. Ilnl
letityne, Mrs. Frederick Klamp, Mrs,
FJcnnor llydc-Smltli, Mrs. Androw
Fuller, Mrs, (leorgo Shndwcll Carr,
Mrs. Wall, Mrs. Newton 1-ocke, 'MrR.
Him Kingsbury, Miss F.illth Cowles,
Miss Prlscllln Klllcott and Mils Allco
Cornet. Music occupied the hour aft
Major and Mrs. Edward J. Timber
lake's Dinner. ' ' .
Wednesday cietilug Mujor nnd Mrs.
P.dwnrd J. Tlmlicrlntto entertained at
a charmingly-arranged dinner Riven In
honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. llrueo ("art
wrlght. Jr. The table as nrtlslli-ally
and daintily arranged. In the (enter
of the table, was n low gold basket
lllled with fragrant violets and spray!)
m. 11...1,.... ., u'ii,t..r t.,i,.. iwnr oi inaiiiciinair lern. vioiei iiioskoths
Keomimoku was tho setting for a dp- ro gracefully scattered over (ho a
llghtful nnd Informal supppr eutertalu- " o damask, rierred silver candle
menu Tho prclty and artistically ar-i '"' y","''""'''' ' vlolet-vovereil can-
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trlu light globes were lightly colored ' r-nd reflected the good taste of the
111 yellow mid the effedt was most, Imstess Major and Mrs. Tlniherlako
The guests enjoyed charming. After siiupcr n round o f ' "" -T'
i nniicn unq uritnuv fwiinimi nv nit; - - - -- -
menu Tho prclty and artistically ar-i Hnnues auoriicii ine v.oici-voiorc.i ci
rniiKeil rooms were massed In Rolileii ',ckB. The plncccnrds ucio Ivc
coreopsis and yellow chrysanthemums, oned with i tho I Imbcrlako iimuogri
lelle.l with yellow Illusion. The elec-1"" "' '". I"'1'" '" s 1,enu(l.
Riiests of Captain nnd Mrs. Hanker.' W nnd Mrs. I Imberlnkes RueslH wero
who wero MIm ITIscllIn Klllmlt. .Mlss'Jr- "' ,'"- rce CartwilRh lr.,
IXiphne Carr. Meulonmit and Mrs. I J " Ire.K-iIck ( oleinan, l)r ami Mrs.
Itoss KHiRsbuiy. Mr. Walter Hpaldln-; M,,,A'V0 " ,' ,,rt Slm,ri1';r' n"'1 .J-'aplnlu
,.i,,i Mr q,ir ' ami Mrs. Ilutintiui of Fort Do Hussy.
Mr l.enuet. Miss Nina CresR. Mr.
nril Mrs. V. W. North, Miss Helen
Ninth. Mr and Mrn. I'.vil Damon,
Miss Tlielmn Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
was a church amilr and one or me
cry prettiest that has been soleni
nlzeil In St. Andrews inthedral. It
was a pink, creen and uhile "imIiIIuk.
Tho altar rail was massed In feather)
green maidenhair fern which lent a luith Johnstone. Mr. tiniest Parker,
soft and effectlxe fetlltiR for the pink Mr. and Mrs. Charles nullUrnnnrlli,
tambler roses and white llllles. Tho Mr. tuiil Mrs. Carlos Loan, MIrs Kthel
altar was massed In beautiful while WhllltiR. Miss Mvrn An;usi Mr. Ilnr-
lllles with Just the luxuriant Rreen ( Id llaselden, and Miss VMM Aiirus,
stalks and leaves of this beautiful Mrs. Raymond Ilrown, Miss Helen
bloom. The chancel was filled with lliowu.
baskets of beautiful roses tied with- ' :
lotiE streamers of pink Illusion. The
and Mrs. Henry Frederick
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frederick Wleh
man entertained at one of tho piet
Host and chnnnliiK dinners Riven thl
week. The drawing-room, llvlilg-room
and bllllard-room were mnsned In
I cnutlful baskets of maidenhair fern
The dlnltiR-room was massed with tho
ponclana reRla. i:ach eest cover wan ,y velull hl pnk )r- nmI MrH- s,,x.
mntkeil by n dainty hniidpaliited Hii-j ,. BUl,,,(8 wt,r,, Mr. nml MrH. 'at
vallan sieno place card, while a brll-wm Mr nm MrH Hniji,,,., Mr. and
limit red carnation lei awaited don j,rB ,iva, scott.
iiIiir by each woman bidden. Tho' " '
itrrner sex wns ndorncil with fragrantl . , .
malic leis. Tho evening was a merry ' "" '"'"", "'""'
i no nml will! louR be a pleasant mem
Mr. an 1 Mrs, Charles Tenildctoti
Crocker ruo nil elnboratc luau aiuljDri ant) Mr,, Lloyd Sexton's Dinner.
RiirfltiR party on Monday evening. It Tllt.8dny eetilng Dr. and Mrs. l,lo)d
was the nature of a farev ell as tliol grN(lJll ))f nn0 t.ntertnliieil at dinner.
Crockers left for the const Uie nexlTho lnhl,..Ceuler wns mnssed In beau
ilny on the Mongolia. I his delightful ful ,,lk ri)ilcl, Krn(.cfully nirange.l
i.arlv was Rlen nt the (illmnn place i ii,i,i i,ni,i ,i, i,o,ti ,,i
nnd was Uie realisation of an anttci ' ,(,.), wn, t0(i wttli a lilno bow of II
nated Tleasure. The table was i.i,, -rim nino ,--ir,ta m.rn iinml-l
hollow center In tho center of tho alm;A B(-encs of tho Islands. Tho!
J'nL'atfi'iiii'iilH jMirioiinccil. ti'- '
l'liiuiliott Srtililrs 1'lcillc.1 ' ,
Illlo Pliimi (lull HhIIiiI. .
Mr, nml .Mrs. II. P. WlrlinuitiN Dinner.
Mrs. M. II. FnrrliiglnnM .Nelglihnrlinoil
.Mrs. Wtilcrliiiuse's Tea.
Mr. mul .11 rh. Teiupli'loti ('roller's
IJuien l.llliioknliinl liiiiliii.
Ciill. nml Mrs. Hunker Knlertnlti,
Mrs. CarlHiullli's Curd Purl).
Mn J. mul Mrs. Tluibrrlake's Dinner.
Miss (ImnhlcN llrlilue.
Mrs. Henry Walerlmiise's l.iinrlirun.
Alrx. II, S. Currj's Card Purl).
Kienlng llrlilge Club.
Tiic-iliiy Hi pnlng Hrldge.
I.iini'licnn ('lull Mi els.
Dr. mul Mrs. Sexlun's Dinner.
Mrs. I,. Tpniip) Peck's l.iiurlieiiii.
I.lcul. mid Mrs, KlngsliuoN Dlmipr.
Arm j unit ni) lli'iiclll.
MrKinlP) High School CoiiiliicMic
Social .Notes of Hie Week.
ini-cpr Mrs llnrrv .lolins one. SI ss i.nu- una n iM-nttlnir uml lilooiiilnir, "...,.-.... i ..i.-i- n..i.. '" 'imiii-- kiuwiii "i iciii.
- ,v.,,, -, ...... n r, ..1 rnillllCHIlIltl,1!. llllllll'I'iril'Hl'l,-llKlll-l..l, -.!., ,, . .,. . ..
.,. . .. .. ......... .-.. - ----- .-- iiiiirtiiL- iiiiiiii linn nu iiii, ri,ii,i- iinnni1
festooned with garlands of pink roses
nnd Illusions Huge butterfly bow'
added In no small wav to the artistic
traduction created by Mrs. Arthur
Wall and Mrs. .Inmes I) Dougherty.
who are both past mistresses In so- ,,, , ,,, ,mll(s, ntll Jj,,. announce
the engagement of their daughter, l.a
d)blrd Mildred to Mr. .Inmes Illshop
d)bird Mildred, to Mr. James Illshop
Hon Hot It of the young people are
"HI known In Honolulu, halng been
Members and guests of the Piano
I Club of Illlo were tho honored guests
of Mrs. W. II. Shlpmnn on Monday.
A delightful nnd pleasant afternoon
... . Iitnu uiiiint liv flin Pllnata litililnll
rest of tlio evening wnt. - v. " "
rtlnu mi otiloiic basket of feius and at
Ihe four corners wero crystal vnses
lllled with Montmoreucy roses nnd
fprays of fern. The potals of ' this
atno bloom wero scattered In wind,
blown simplicity over sallu damask.
Pink-shaded candlesticks lent n 1111ft
anil dollcato hue to tho table. Tho
place-cards wero large, square, Ivory
toned pasteboard with tho Hawaiian
ioat-of-arins resting In a wreath of
mnlle. Mr. and Mrs. Wlchman's
guests were Admiral and Mrs. Wnller
C. Cowles, Major and Mrs. IMwnrd J
on to tho friends atound this festive
pows occupied by Ihe fninlly wer Mr and Mrs. P. .1. Turner announce board. The pleasure of surf riding
gnie appetite tor a wen nppoiuieii
siieut in dancing to tho delightful
strains of a Hawaiian quintette. Tho Mrs. Carl Carlsmlth's Card Party.
nmt.iu w.r, ImI litn li.nvn this tifinif- Mrs. Curl Cnrlsmltb of Illlo wnsi
end hour of pit-asm c. It Is keenly re- hostess at a delightful inrd pally liiTlmbeiiakc. Mr. and Mrs. Ftedoilck
gretted that tho Crockers go so soon honor of Mrs. Charles Fairer of San' Klamp, MIsh l.dlth Cowles, Miss Allco
.i 11. ., tvo.i.iinn- nf xni .tannin' I'miwUpii mul nt tirnseiit the bouse- Cornet, Mrs. Itobert McCorrlston and
Crocker demands thalr presence. Mr.l guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. William McKay.!''". Frederick Warren Wlcliman. Tho
and Mrs. Crockers guests were Mi. I The beaiitltul home ot the carismitlis "' unci timm-i- n ueuncu in 11111
1 mul Mis. Prnnrls Mills Swanzy. Mr.! wns artlsticnlly decorated for tillage
Alewa ""' '" Northrup Castle, Mr. audi company nf friends. Yellow and green
it, u,.,. d.maM. ..... v..... iiplcht iiiiioiinieil llw niracemenl of Mrs. James Wllilcr, .iir. anil -Mrs. .101111 loiepnseu inu ciiiiir-sciieiin-nun n in
doney acted as groomsman for !,P'V'" Walker. Mr. ami Mrs. C.on It I carried out In the smallest detail.
iiiuuirii tin- wi.ii,' ,, v,i i- 11 111, i-i- 1t . , 11. 1 1 1 ., ...... .,1, 1. t
IKIMPUIl, 111 U UlllllUll 1H1IIJ
clay evening, June 14.
curing artistic results The bridal
party entered the church to the strains
of Lohengrin's wedding march. The
bride approached tho altar escorted
Iit her father. Mr (leorge II Itobert
nn. Miss Pvbll Hobertson wns the
li'l'ie's onlv aitendant. Mr. tleorgo
lr- pnwn of white corduroy trimmed
with tho henvv mncamac, nhlili Is In
such vogue Just now. pd a 'a"ie In"-"
ilcttire hat daintily trimmed In pink
loses and tulle,
ncnt of their engagement will
I leatant news to a wldo circle
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. (lertz of
A Stanford Dinner.
1 Albert II s- Walker, Mr. anil Mrs. (Ion it I carried out In the Kinnllest detall. Jtiss atn
given l'rl- Wilder, Captain and Mrs. Cllfiou Cm1 Hare and beautlfql palms nnd plants a dellghlfi
roll Carter, Ceiieral and Mrs. M. M. were arranged, nnd masses of golden of tho Uos
Macomb, Mr. and Mrs. Ceorgo Davles, coreopsis wero arranged In nrtlstlo n warm pi
1 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilder, Mr. and, profusion. Mrs. Cnrlsmtth's
Miss Mlrlnm SI nek or was hostess at
a delight fully Informal ten In honor
tomans, who linvo won such
lncc In tho hearts of Houo-
giiPSlA lulu's thenter public. Several Ilono
r.fntWviiiimriii m imtfniii
,w.- n ik
Mrs Harold Dillingham. Mr. and Mra. wero Mrs. Illshop, Mrs. II. V. Patlijn. lulu girls wero asked tq meet
, 1 rr-i ,-f su'avg of pink rambler
--,'. '" '"-'-n as he wiildlug cere-
-. . .. '" !- 1 'he brlijal party
li . e -i r 1' frt ti'' Tiotor.
11I 1 . 1 i ii n"! n n-rlil wen-
iH en I ' '"', re s'lowerol
i'l 1. i ' "- shr
licii ' CiMfo-
l.iil 1 ' ' O" '
I 'I'm o
1 nsl'et occupied tho table center and
n fried with naming red carna-
" The baso of the basket was
"oiin-'od with white candy tuft. Sl(-
Vonslt candlesticks with red silk
' - 'n were most effectlvo nnd added
" V warm glow The place-cards
. . ciris' heads done In water
'o s MrsSIcCnrthy's guests wero
''le I'liros. Miss Thelma Mur-
' Miss Mae Cnrdeii, Miss Pearl Me-
1 h Miss Ionise McCarHiy, Mls-s
l-i'a Mi Car In Mls3lleen McCa -
chairman of the Outdoor Clrrlo. pre- von Holt. Miss Nora Sturgeon. Mrs.
tided and In her always delightful anlj A- '" Tn',or' Mr8' VxmY AnOradc. anil
pleasant manner told of iho progres3j ers' '
of tho Circle nnd then asked for re-l ... e.i-.,,, n.,.ntlon
porlH from the various chalrmeii.l Kavvalahao Seminary Reception.
Many or the chnlrmen had only Justl Kawalahao Seminary Issued can s Ic.
. ,., 1 ....I 11. ..1. ,.iD o,..i 11, ..ir r.,-.u large number of friends to attend
ports wero verbal. Mrs. Webb of Pa-! teceptlon In honor of PrcifcRsor and
lnmn was most Interesting and told of , Mrs. Unite of Cornell- The Co leo
her work In tho Palnmn district. With Cltib were the hosts and a delightful
1'0 tho nsslstnneo of tho Pnlama nurses evening wns enjoyed. Miss llasher in-
. I - . ... . . .....l..m..l ,l.n ...tnutu t ,, llriiTmiam n,irl
I I IMII111--11 IHU hill.oin iv . iwivnou, ....
Illascocr, Mr. Illi;-
Collego and Mr.
Ilerkcley, Miss Means,
ral aclectlons, as
and Mr. Chamber-
nine Ivors, .Mrs. ji. .M. acott, .xnss (.cr Jiisju-iioina. in.j auon, wirs. tcnmi mm mu b" ii mi H'troiuiiB nils capable woman, juigcr win ii-;j '"y "- ........
M,,rin amt xtiuu Mniinti iioviimni iinnVil nml Mr C'lmrlos Fnlrer. fnr.tho hour of ileimrtmo. In,n n,.ui imniiiirni iiimi iii Aiiwirlrn 11 In America. About 0110 hundred aim
"tss Lady Macfarlane, Miss Nora whom this pleasurable party of friends, Is to bo done In red nnd green. A low. flf'y guests attended.
r,vnnzy. 'Mr. Harold Castle, Lleilten- vere tiigcther. Mrs. WfJIIam McKay Mrs. Wallace R. Farrlnnton's ledge of nrtlatlc lna rock will sur-
- Pratt. Mr. Dick Wright. Mr. Leslie was given a beautiful carved sandal 1 Neighborhood Tea. lound linger, while Just Inslilo will ho
'. lieutenant Andicws, Mr. Wl'-iWood fan for toil-scoring, Mrs. nl;e-! Mrs. Wnllaco II, Farrlngton gave a u Ilamlng hibiscus hedge of tho dou-
,1 1 Itoth and Mr. Campbell.. 1 Held was consoled with n double pack neighborhood lea In hopor of Miss Hay bio tinner. A sloping lawn Is
or cards. A guest prize was given to bheldon, who leaves Honolulu this petfectly grassed nnd graded.
. u,.,.i .i .1 .... 11 cu f n el mi 1 linf -nMiit ii'na iinai. .. .... .. ... . . . . ... 1 .. ...... I1i.1111.1
, .111 t-Miiiiiiii- riiiin, 1 .-ii-. n"" -- .-.. -..ii -n "- 1 rrv Mnr-fnr niio. .Mr. ntul Mrs. wa-il rs. vu-ars. .Mrs. 1 j. IS. Iioimes. Mrs. 'young gins, wnn wiui an incir oxneri. iu. bm n 1 strict inndn lipnutirm ov
of while orchids and pink ess at a dinner given In honor of her ., m,,.,1pi- m- ,.,.,1 Mm tl...irt-,.! llnrnli! Klllnt. Mrs. nvrnn llnlril. Mrs. enco before tho footllghtR. hnvo lost'iim rrrti. .,r 11, n iinu-oilim u-.nni.n in Mrs. Wnlte, Miss
was carr led bv the bride. Miss ' nughter. Pearl, who Is homo to spend ,,... m 1 m... i)i,.i,--.i i,.,r ci-i,.,m Mr wminm linli.v lllsnr. noiu, of their Hrlluli rhnrni. Mr nml n.-i .. ..,,-. ..n. a ,.,i in. gerstaff of Mills
vbll Hobertson made a very pretty the summer from Stanford University. ,. ,. Mr i.-(v Mr nml Mm innim. Mm Mntilo WnltPileld. Mrs. Jlrs. Stncker and Misses Miriam ami . i,-.ii,,,- nnnri nivm, bv Mm I CJiambcrlln of
lire In a smnrt linen suit, nnd 'he tnble was decorated -In the Stan- ,,..' ,, i.i .,.i m-. iiiiiin,,,!u.i ciu,n m, iii-i ivi..ior Mm Until stneker were initlrliiL- In iimlr 1.-.1...-..1 .n..,i,-ini,.. ui, i,,i,i nr n, n, Miss Kemp sang neve
ore a very chic lace hat. MIssTlob- il colors of cardinal and white and ,Vi,i,,. Mr ni Mm wminm 11 Wllllnm MnK'nv. Miss Ksllier Pntnrnv. efforts toward tho comfort of their ni- fnr ii.nini.vim.- i,rt iincmr nml If, did Mr. Iliggerstnff
rts-n's boifiiet was verv nrettv. "as most effective. A large gilded ,. -,,' iii.- ii,..i-u,in, i. Mm 1.M1111 Mi-..Dr xfml t. v. mh cnesls. Delfi-loiiR rerreshtiipniu i!r. ..11 ,.i....u ...-1..-1-11-,. , ,,r.,.i...i i,,.,lln. Miss Illasrocr
College Club l.lccN.
The annual meeting of the Collego
to bo club was held Friday afternoon. New
l'oiti 'ollloors wero elected as follows:
Everybody Admires a Beautiful Complexion-
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indispensable and Delightful
for Fashionable IVomen.
A dally necefolty for the lailb-s' tollc-t
whether at Iiomo or while traveling. It
protects the -kin from lnJurlou ertects
of the elements, gives a wonderfully ef
fective beauty to tbo complexion, Jt Is a
.perfect nun-greiuy toilet Cream and iws.
ltlvrlv will not inline or eneouraire the
giuWih of liulr which nil ladles ihoul.1
guiird against when selecting it, toilet pre
tiAratlon. When dnnclti-r. buwllnir or oth
er exertlona heat the skin. It prevents a
Gouraud't Oriental Cream has been
hUhly recommended by physicians, act
retiries. slntcera and women of fashion for
over half a century and ennnot be sur
passed when preparing for dally or even
ing nttlre. .....
Gouraucrs oriental -ream cures rkiii
Tllspases and relieves Sunbum. Ttemoves Tan, l'lmples, lllnrkheails, Moth
latchei, rtaih, Frecklen and Vulgar lledness. Yellow and Muddy Skin, giving
a delicately clear nnd retlned complexion which every woman desires.
No. 11 For sale by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York.
U - 1
iawwa w nu Ccnoj.
FEMXT HOPKUIA, ,Q
med the guests with several liuin
'iers Mrs. Charles Hall, who posses--es
a clcur and sweet soprano, was
mother contributor to the evening's
''rasurc. Tho Ilostonlniis, who have
cen giving such good performances
Iicip, gave several singing numbers
hat wero greatly appreciated an 1
heartily encored. Her Majesty's,
nests were Princess Kawanauakoa,
pilncess Knlnnlnuaole. Mr, mid Mrs,
'elm Almoku Dnmliils, Mrs. Charles
T. (lullck, Miss Pope, Miss Malone,
Miss McCrackcn, Miss Kdlth Collals,
Mr. and Mrs. Chailos Hall, Miss I'lor-
nee ( artor, Mr. and Mrs. Wnlter
Macfarlane. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert W,
Shingle, Miss Miamolo, Miss Aholo
vim powers, wmen niaue iicheii-coverpu mva. 1110 woouworg jjrR gcolt of Illlo to an afternoon tea
erv attractive. Miss will be lorn away nnd an Iron trellis c1 p,08lny, miss Sovuralico leaves
d coffco and Miss Clnrke will coor tho top and bougaliivlllea ,,jlor(j. for llerkoley, where she will
Mrs. Farrlngton's guests will bo grown and used as a rest- t,n(cr tl0 itniveislty!
heldon, Miss Williamson, house for the townsfolk who go out tu "
iu iniiiiDiin iio ii'nci iMiitnr -1 111 n 1 nnu ia mnui
;e, Miss Dodge, Miss promising and nothing but tho kindest M'" Darrle Gamble s Brldae Party.
IhSi'Mrs. Isaac Cox, and most enthusiastic assistance U, M'8" ,'a"1" Oatublo was hostess for
Derby. Mrs. I,ys-r. met with from overyouo upproucheil. t'l0JmLe'11"? "f y?, A"'00'' Scry co
Mm Pnlrnr A ilnltitv lirnnu r-ntntln. mitmnnr fur nor lininii Iti Wnqlilmrtim i.lni-n i-m-lfi tnind i. Ill tin iilntitml nnrl li..Bl.ln.il Mr. Wnllnn P Pnrrlni,-
Ooeen tllluokalani s Reception. Utlck nnil'sllkell shade ero glen as Miss Sheldon lias taught at Pminhou hvo bundled pnlms trees are to bo ton; lce president, Miss Murgaret
Her Majesty Queen I.llluokaliinll to booby prize to. Mrs. II, V. Patten, fqr tho past threo ears. anil has boon ulaliled eighteen feet apajt. , Twit, Peterson; aecrelary. Miss Kilna It.
'ns hostess at a delightful Informal Dellclolu) ami 'ilalntytxcifreshineiitB one of tho most popular teachers tn hundred Vxotle plants will bo set out; Arthur; treasurer. Miss Nora Swuuzy;
"iislcalo on Wednesday evening. It n, ere sprved while all during tho aft-, the Prepaiutory school. Mrs. Furring- and about the otllcers' iiunrters will' Oovernors, Mrs. Philip Weaver, Mrs.
'1 Indeed a grcnt pleasuTo to know crnoon ornngo punch was passed. ton chose as her color-scheme tho P11 bo planted llnnilng polnsettlas, Arbor Isaac Cox.
' 'he (Juecn's henlth permits of her! V nalinu colors, buff nnd blue. A huge of piping will ho nriangcd and bou-
Ing Into and enjoying social Muilcale at Oahu Colltfle. 'ball of asters and yellow daisies was gulnvlllca planted. Tho houso occii-i r$ Alvah Scott Entertains.
k It Is not often that one of Tho faculty of Oahu Collego oxlond- most nttractlve. Throughout the pled by Major nnd Mrs. Timbcrlnko About twenty Intimate fuends of
a i- ic'ains her youth of mind and cd n cordial Invitation to their friends rooms brown bnskets and iinss bowls bus many beautiful pillars of natural yiHg iie Severance wero bidden by
e 01 nung people ns noes tier .miij- to attend a recital nt Charles Ulshop were tilled with Powers, which niaue llcheii-coverpd mva. iho woodwork; .ri, g,,0i nf n0 tQ an afternoon tea
Jt, -tl.li, .Inllirl.tfill AOnttlm. ol.nl.n. 11.11 ... .,....J... !..... .. f .... . .1 ........ ...... ........I... ,(l... ..Ill I ..... ........ .....I ... 1.... Iwnllln .III-. I 1
"' fllli Hunt,"!"! vivilllli, nuuiivillitll llll .IIUUIIIIV llllC'l 11IUI1I, 11 Will IUI lllll UllJ-lin
i einphnslzed tho Queen's npprecla- tho advanced pupils and showed care- Dodge poured
'in or lout n and talent, ns the -luve-iiul and painstaking training on tlio poured ten.
ule Ilostonlniis wero the honored, part of the teachers. Tlio following wero .Miss Sh
..us of Her Majesty. Miss Collals, pupils contributed to tho afternoon's Miss llorden, Miss Johnson,
h 'se beautiful voice has been a pleasmo: Miss Maud Scyde. Miss Kd-i Wlline, Miss Clarke,
usurp to muhic-loilng Honolulu, fa- Ith Keoln, Miss Huth I.lmlley, Miss Crosby, .Mrs. (Irlflltli
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,IL-U -U l Millie, -llin lll,lllU OCllll- -il,n, iiiwm'i min. iili iij , lin. ,,n-i, nn-i i.llll lllllll iiil-ijuiii u, i .m.viiv i - . f . . .
man, Miss (Ilccmn McCrncken. Mlns Mrs. John Diew, Miss Vnrney. Mrs. Mrs. Uwiey, who hns given montlis WrlflKo Will) on iicitnosuny tit
nin. i.. ni....i.. mi i....i...t i,i..i.... i..nn u i. it... m.oo i.PniM m..., ,r i.n.i n.,.i ,,., n.-i' l.oirind i . week. The gifts for top-scoring w
.....,.. i u,,iii. !. Ifuiuii iHiiiuz. """" . '".-':". "". ; - ""' '"'"-""""." ".' '" .Inlnlv .lnnnn. nmliroldiirpd fans nml
Mrs. John i-;rdmaii, sirs. Cliruui Tia- 1;. A. Jones, miss wens reiorson. .miss ceo ngiu aiieau,. mru. i.owiey is a ' --,.-.... ......-.-.-. .........
Margaret Petei-Roti, Mrs. J.W. l.llmore, woman perfectly suited nnd adapted to """ !.," , r, ,, ',,', ,
Mrs. T. M. Church. Mrs. T. II. Petrle,
Mrs. Jack Ilak.li, Mrs, Kmtl Herudt,
Mrs. W.-W. Dlmond, Mrs. Mycr, Mrs.
Clnreme Cooke. MimJiiiph Ivp. Mm,
1.. I.. McCnudli'ss, Mis. Win. Tlinnui- hoiifo's guests worn Mrs, F. J. Low
son. Mrs. Win. Ilntl, M-fs. A. (1. M. rey. M:o. C. M. Cooko. Mrs. Oeorge
Itoheitsoii. ?.Iis. Ceo. Hellion. Jlrs. Hlierirnn. Mrs'. Oerrlt Wllden5mir
events. Mrs. Seldon II, Kingsbury Philip Weaver, Miss Allyn, MIVs Mac- Sam Wilder, Mrs. k. f. illshop, mm.
was the motif for'tllli function.' Tho donald. ' Hairy Lewis, Mrs. Augustus K. Mur-
tnblo center wns adorn6d with n glld-l ' phy, Mm. Hlchard Cooke, Mrs. St. C.
td basket lllled with pink begonias, Mrs. Waterhouse's Tea. HnjTcs, Mrs. Arthur Wnll. Mrs. A. (1.
and violets. Lavender and pink lllu-l Mrs. Henry Wutorhouso was hostess M. Itoheitsoii, Mrs. Thomas Wall, Mrs.
slon graced the bnndln-nf tlm lumkel ' nt n ten clipn bv her In honor of the Helen fitorrs. Mrs. Frederick I.owroy,
and Mr. Aea. Delicious refrpBhmeule.and was arranged In aitlstlc manner members or tho Outdoor Circle yestcr- Mis. Kduard, Tlniberlake, Mrs. Webb,
were seried and It was wlih keen re about tho basket baso. Dainty hand- day afternoon. Tho rooms wero at- Miss Lawrence, Mrs. Coombs, Mrs
grot that tho guests left tho portals painted parasol place-cards marked tractlvely decorated 111 white lilies Swuln, Mrs. Hlckncll, Miss Helen Al-
of this homo lenowned on two conll each guest's nlace Mrs. Tentiev and nltik roses. Mra. Waterhouse gra- exatidcr, Mrs. Clarcnco Cooke, Mrs
cey, Mrs. Chester Ilium, Mrs. Ljle
llolires and Mr. Allan Honton.
Mrs. Tenney Perk a Luncheon I
Hostess. ' I
Tho lovely homo of Mrs. L. Tenuoy
Peek was tho setting fdr ouo of the
most eluhorate of this week's social
tlie.vorlc In hand and no ono In Ilono- ' V."8"5 ?,,a n' .' "Jley, ?'
lulu could han.llo tho situation nioioP'"'' ''; Mlsa OanilileH guests
tactfully and illploinallcnlly than dom! Wf' M.rs'""T.r N' .' ros.,u"' . M.r.H'
executive chulrman. Mrs. Walei-''"'l' " a?. ;"" ""-
Afeo, Mrs. Ilnwley, Mrs. (leorgo Tut-
tie mul Mrs. Oeorgo W. McCoy.
Mrs. Henry Waternouie's Luncheon.
Mrsj Hcliry Wnterhouso was hostess
at a daintily appointed luncheon on
Thursday, The table was prettily
decorated In pink roses and trailing
rmllax. Mrs. Waterhouse's guestn
were Mrs. 10. Faxon Illshop, Mrs,
Henry Frederick Wlcliman, Mrs. Wll
lard Drown, Mrs. Wells Peterson, Miss
Mnrunrot Homier. Mrs. Washburn.
nents for tho gracious hospitality of Peck'H guests weie Mrs. Seldon ll.Jclously received her guests nt tho la William Loio. Miss Agnes Walker, Mrs. John alerhoiiso nnd Mrs. Hlco
Its mistress. Kingsbury, tho guest-of-honor: Mrs. nal entrance. Mrs. V J. Lowroy Mrs. Kruest Mott-Siullh, Miss Mary of Knuai.
Splendid Showing of Midsummer Styles
EVERY DEPARTMENT NOW FILLED WITH NEW AND UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE
Have you been fitted by our expert
to a Modart Improved Front-Lacing
Every Coriet fitted by us has given
This celebrated improved front-lac-in-
corset can only be obtained at our
Wo find we are overstocked with
Taffeta and Grog Grain Ribbons
And have decided to put them on sale for one week only, beginning M6ND AY, JUNE 17, at the following
Reguar 5c per yard special sale pro 8 yards for 25c I Regular 25c per yard) special sale price
Reguar 4 yards for 25c f specia sale pr.ee 7 y,fds for, 25eJ Regular 30o per yard special sale prise
Regu or Oo per ynrdi specia sa e price 4 yaWs for'25ol Regular 35c per yardi special sale Dri:e
Megu or uc per yard special sale price 3 yprds for B5o I Regular 45c per yard) special sale price
Regular 20c per yardi special sale prl :e 2 yard, for 26o.l Reaular 50c oeryardi soecial sale Dri:e
. 15c per yard
17!jc per yard
20c per yard
.25c per yard
30c per yard
New Marqulsetto Dresi riounclnjs
with Embroidered Bands to match.
Pretty line of Linucne Dresses Irom
July Delineators and Dutterick Pat
terns now on sale.
Cross-Stitch Embroidery Patterns.
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