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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912.
A Happily Anticipated Party. I
Miuiy times tlio women of llio Army
nml N'nvy luivo felt tlic need of n so
floly where they could Ito of llnunclo.
up well ns sympathetic alii to the wo
lcn uliora husbands hnvo glvon not
n'7 the host yents of their life but
life llBelf fgr their country. Tlio wo
mrn of tlii Armv nml Navy In lln
wnli are planning iiuil nrruuglng n
burn dance that will be tlio nucleus
lor n worthv kindness. Tlio officers
wives tiro not to be the only one."
Iieni'lllul by Ihln society, for the en
IIhIi'U mnn's wlfu nml children will
The Evening Bridge Club.
Mr. ami Mrs. Oeorgo S. Curry en
Inlned Ilia TbnrKilny livening
Ilrldgo Club at their home on Mnlclkl
Street The house wns altincllvely
liecoratcd In whHo stnr vino nnd flatn '
Iiik red rornatloim. llnsketB of (lowers '
were artistically nrrntircd about, tlio
rooms. Mini, Thomas was Riven tho
Indies' prize, a Canton fruit dish, and .
Mr. Clinton Owen won the gentle,
men's prize, a silver trunk tng. Mr. '
and Mm. Curry's guests were Mr. nml
Mrs. .1. O. Young, Dr. and Mrs. Mar-i
rihnll, Mr. and Mm, ('hosier llunn.l
Mr. mid Mrs. Randolph Moore, Mr, '
Mrs. William Purer.
Franz 1'etcr Schubert.
1'lano Duet, "Andnnto"
fiom Unfinished Symphony
Miss Drnhms nnd Miss I'otter.
Quest Ions on Schubert.
I'lano Solo, "The Front"
(a) "Who Is Slvln?"
'Hark! Hnrkl The Lark!"
Mrs. Iloraco Johnson.
Woodford, Miss Woodford, Mr. Will I'lano Solo,
Tliouins, Miss Thotnns, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Dcfrcest,' Professor nnd Mrs.
Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Owen.
.hnvo the kindly thought und lliiuncinl . , , .
tld of these worthy women. The Tuesday Evening Bridge.
Post Hull will bo made to look n.i Tho Tuesday livening Service
inudi like n burn n nosslbln nnd hero l'rldgo Club members were the Kucsts I After n delightful spin the party went
the fcstlWticH will take place. This of Miss Edith Cowles at her home, to the newly-acquired Punahoti College
worthy thoimbt will materialize on mi Wilder avenue. Miss Lydla Mc-I beach nioperty and enjojed a dip In
the twenty-ninth of Juno nnd It is Blocker was given a book of Action, the brln. nnd a delicious Biipper. Tho
Mrs. tew Is.
Punahou Seniors' Picnic.
The members of the Senior class of
Oaliu College enjoyed n picnic ami mo
tor party out at Kahnla last evening
rmncstly hoped that the hnll will bo
filled to capacit). A mos, cordial In
itiation Is extended to townsfolk as
well as Army nnd Navy. Hither In a
motor or train It Is a pleasant rldo
nnl :i good time Is antlrliated.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Kingsbury's
Mrs. Kldcnbough nnd her daughter,
Miss l-'loieuco IlldcnboiiKb, who wero
through passenger on Monday's Mon
golia, wero the dinner guests of Lieu
tenant nnd Mm. Hoss Kingsbury at
I heir bungnlnw home on Luualllo
Street. Tho tnblo was attractlvcl
decorated with pink carnations and
maidenhair fern. - Lieutenant and
Mm. Kingsbury's guests were Mm.
ItldenboiiKli. Miss Itldcnbough, Miss
Pilstllla Klllcott and Mr, Illalue.
lor tnii scoring and I IciKonaut Klrby
Smith wns given tho gentlemen's
gift, a paper knife. Miss Cow lea'
guests wero Lieutenant and Mrs,
Homer Preston of Fort Shaftcr, Mr,
party wns composed of the following
Seniors: Miss ndllli Iols Baldwin
Miss Marian Kllzabeth Urown, Miss
Prances Hazel lluckland. Miss Maud
Marian Chapln, Miss Frances 1 lulld
and Mrs. Joseph K. Shcedy, LIculen- Cockran, .Miss Helen Frances
; ant nnd Mrs. Klrby Smith, Mr. nnd
I Mm. Ilarr.v Marlln Hepburn, Mlsb
: Julio McStockcr, Miss Lydla Me-
blocker and Lieutenant Sahm.
jinn Crecir was hostess ror tlio -- - . ..,......, uml ueugiiuiu uuuriii
Club on" Wednesday " I I ft?. ?T AnT I wl' eU by ""' Carll"',,h'
riio nftornorn was pleasantly "' ."iV.n"' .''m"
, wnuin,. it,, i ,, i, ii.tr- mi, hlennor Wnyson, Anno Clayler, Mar- , . ,
HaH a d Mrs UobTtsVm si. e wrile H"1". Charlotte Spholc-r, Ml" lrene Dickson's
llall Ullll .Mm. llOUCrtSOn Sltm'- ,., 0ll .,,;,., ' , M Bit trlin lllnliann
Sewing Club Meets.
Hiss Nina Cregg ft as ho3tcss for the
f.il. I.. .. ...nut .tAlltl.,r,.l .... ..am Ml...
(.IS ill II iiiuai uriihiiitm iiiuiiiici .iia llnrivu
Crcrg's guests wore Mrs. Alexander """H
0. M. Kobertson. Mrs. Cnrlos Loan.
Miss Klliel Whiting, Miss Opra Star
red, Miss llcryl Jones, Miss Sibyl
Winter, Mrs. Charles Hall nnd Mrs.
Dorothy Curry's Luncheon Party.
To celebrate llttlo Dorothy's sev
enth birthday, Mrs. Oeorgo S. Curry
Invited ten little friends to a pink and
white lunch party. The birthday cake
with Its dainty wreath of 1'lnk ramb
ler roses and baby maidenhair was
very effective Indeed, Suspended
from daintily filled baskets of
white and pink candy tuft stream
ers of pink tullo wero brought to
mark each little guost's place. A
dainty basket filled with pink and
whlto enndv was most attractive.
Cowan, Miss Alice Unite Davis, Miss
Margaret Forrest, Miss Hazel Gear,
Miss Uirena Jarrct, Miss Helen Jones,
Miss Kdlth Keola, Miss Huth Llndtey,
Miss M McClicsney, Miss Kathcrlne
Hndwny, Miss Until Kenton, Miss 0.
rtosccrans. Miss Ilcatrico White. Mes
srs. William Alexander, Alexander An
derson, Kilwnrd tilbb, lludolpb Hitch
crick. Lyle Holmes, Cyril lloogs, Har
old Kerr, John T. Molr, Jr., John
Moore, William Morgan, Pang Dal
Sung and William Paty.
Mrs. Carl Carlsmlth's Tea.
Mrs. Carl S. Carlsmlth was hostess
to twenty friends at her home In Hllo
on Thursday of (his week. A pleasant
end delightful afternoon was provld-
Mrs. Curry's Card Party.
The neighborhood llrldgo Club met
with Mrs. Curry as Its hostess on
Weduesi'nv of IUIr week. Tho hous1
was prettily dccora'ed in pink blhls
ens nnd lavender astern. Mrs. McCoy
was glen tho (list prize, n pair of
pM-nn hese. Mis, Curry's guests won
Mrs. Mnrshnll. Mm. Clcgg, Miss IChr
horn, Mrs. Carl Ilhodcs, Mrs. J. 0.
Young, Mrs, Itnndnlph Moore, Mrs,
McCoy nnd Mm Arthur Keller.
Huth Curry, Albert lloogs and Jlmj Miss Irene Dickson wns hostess at
j a small out ilcllgnliuliy (nrormal pol
I luncheon on Wednesday of this week.
The Hllo Piano Club. i Tll decorations were In yellow nnd
Another succeRsful and pleasurable! wcrp. ",03t "cjlve. Miss Dickson's
party was given 1iy tlio I'lano Club of f!'cst" w,cr ITlncoss Kawananakoa.
Hllo. These affairs aro always n Mrs, I red Dainoii. Mm. Will am Wll
Pleasure and Ibo efforts of the mem. lamson and Mrs. James I). Dougher-
bers wero greatly appreciated by thoj y'
gucHts bidden. The program which
wns given was as follows:
Piano Solo, "Waltz"
Op. 122, II. Hofmnun
Vocnl Solo Selected
Piano Solo, "Llebestratimo" No. 3..
, F. Liszt
Luncheon Club. meets. ,
Mrs. Harry Marlln, Hepburn was
hostess for the Thursday Luncheon
Club at her pretty Manoa home. Tho
table was artistically decorated with
f basket of pink roses and bluu tulle.
Mrs. Hepburn's guests wero Miss
Lydla McStockcr, "Mrs. Hoss Kings
bury, Miss Prlscllla Kingsbury, Mlsd
Julio McStocker, Miss Kdlth Cowlev
nnd Mrs. Kit by Smith.
rpHE Month of June suggests
Weddings and Graduations.
Each event should be pro-
Our store and stock is replete
suitable gifts for all occasions.
Our goods are clean and new. Buy
that present here and know that you will
get the best of its kind.
H.F. Wichman & Co.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles F, Wood lclti
on tho Wllhclmlna' for a short trip '
Hllo. returning to Honolulu tomorrow
morning. Next week Mr. Wood leavo
for Now York to be Fone thrco
mouths. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wood's sons,
who aro at college will be here for ,
Chronicles of Society Folk
A Makiki Home for Suit: for $3750
You Now Have Will Have a Value of
In Three Years or less if you buy
Tho following Invitation has been
Tho .Class of Nineteen Hundred and
McKluley High School
requests the pleasure of your company
to be held III Ibo
McKluley High School Hall
Tuesday evening, June twent-(lflh, clco
nineteen iiiiuiireo anu tweivo
Mr. Paul Iscnhcrg arrived In the
Wllhelmlua. Mm. Isenberg remains
Mr. and Mrs. II. It, McKldownpy
(lite Itobcrtson) left in the Sonoma
for a honeymoon trip to be spent In
the southern part of California.
Honolulu Is pleased to say "Wei-
,coino home" to Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
' llutchlns and Doris llutchlns, who
1 lmo been away from Honolulu for tho
1ubl luui ji-uib, iiviiik 111 nun r I uii-
The Capital City and the Metropolis of Hawaii, is sure to become a
large city in a sliort time, and you will realize handsomely on your in
vestment, it you do not wish to retain the Makiki property as a home.
Land values the most limited thing in tin Islands are undervalued, we are told time and time
again, hut they will not continue to he so. aare.va, lar-seeing investors irom me oiaies are more ami
on the mainland Uitlng friends
Members of the ounger set aro
planning many gaieties and feslhltles
for the bos and girls who aru homo
Miss Hosunioud Swnniy wus warm
ly welcomed home by a large number
of friends on Wednesday morning,
when she came In on the .Manchuria.
Miss Swanzy will return to Urlar
Miss I'aullno Schnefcr, who has
been a student at Miss (Iambic's pri
vate school at Santa Cruz, was u.
noine-coniing passenger on inu Ainu
The Hind family Is booked to leave
lor their Konu home next Tuesday.
Among tho boys on their way to
their Island homes may be mentioned
Lawrence and F.rncst (lay and Lclgh
ton and John Hind.
Mrs. Frad. Knlgiu :... for Maim on
the Mauua Kta.
Mrs. Harold Castle was a home
coming passenger on the Manchuria.
Mrs. Castle was accompanied by her
brother, Mr. H. W. Hedemann.
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Dole and
children arrived home on the Manchu
ria aftur a pleasant trip to San Fran-ilsco.
Mr. Francis Karnes and bis sister,
the trend of all local
more putting their money in Honolulu real estate, because they see that
values is upward.
Be prepared to realize on investments, or assure yourself of a Honolulu home when the Panama
Canal is completed, and after the great San Francisco Pan-Pacific Exposition.
Your Opportunity Is Now. Why Not Act At, Once?
There are many excellent home sites in Makiki, near churches and schools, with sidewalks and
.curhs, and only ten minutes from the business district. Come in and we
! will take you out and let- you choose your own lot. It only takes a small
initial payment to make it yours.
cliurla to spenu tho summer mnntlis' MH Kllzabeth Karnes, were home
wltli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. r. A.Comw p0oplo on tho Manchuria. At
bchaerer. tho tlmo of tho Titanic disaster great
I anxiety was felt among their friends,
I Miss Dora and Miss Juliette Atwn-'as It was feared they weru on bourd
tcr are In Honolulu lor the summer. ;the doomed ship.
I Carter Call was a home-coming pas- Mrs. A. Hocking, after a pleasant
scnger on Wednesday from Slmsbury, three months' visit with her daughter,
conn., wnere lie is uiienuing a preparers. William Munther, was u home'
atory school. I coming Manchuria passenger.
Miss Harriet Hitchcock left for llu-, Miss Sepha I'lschel, who Is to bo
wall Wednesday morning. ithe house-guest of Miss Paulino Schae-
'Mer, arrived on tho Manchuria,
llerlha lieu Taylor, who lias
Mrs. Kugeno Campbell, after jx de
llghtful two months In Chicago at her
fathers home, urrlved on tho Manchu
We will finance the erection of
plans you select-
a bungalow according to the
-if you wish.
Oliver GL Lansing,
80 Merchant Street
. v Hppm
been the house-guest of Mrs. K. 11
Stackable. left for her home at Naa
lehu on Wednesday.
Mrs. Paul Schmidt and baby, Paul
ino, left for a six weeks' visit to MaulJ Dr. Charles llryant Cooper returned
on the Kllauea. on tho Wllhelmlua, as did Mrs. J. S.
McOrow, who has been so 111 for tho
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Arnold with their past two mouths,
little daughter, I.uetta, left for a thrco '
months' trip In tho Sonoma. Mrs. Kllzabeth Church Is at I.aku
i Taboo enjoying tho beauties and
Mrs. Seldou 11. Kingsbury left In tho pleasures of this delightful resort.
I.urllno for In extensive trip through-
out tho Fast. Mr. Jones of Winnipeg. Mrs. William lllserman will come
a brother of Mrs. Kingsbury, will meet to Honolulu from Hawaii to spend a
his sister on tho mainland. few weeks of tho Bummer with her
Cantaln and Mrs, Bcales with their
two children hao left for a three
months' trip to tho mainland,
Mrs, Htchard Davis and her small
sou, Klrkland. and Mrs. Davis' father,
Mr. James Klrkland, left for San Fran
' lIsco In the Sonoma,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Scott will soon
move Irom Walnaku to Umlula. Mr,
Scott has been given the position left
vacant by Mr. Fraser.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter I.. Kmory will
leavo fur a three months' trip by tho
Zcalandla, sailing Tuesday afternoon.
They will go to New Hampshire, for
their son, Closson, Is a student at Kx
eter. Lieutenant and Mrs. Humbert ar
rived In the transport Uigan and for
this week are at the Courtland but
will move out to Fort linger on Mon
Mrs, linker and two sons arrived In
the transport and are at tho quarters
or Dr. linker of Fort linger.
Dr. Laura If. Hnrd of San Francisco
and her mother, Mrs. W. K. Zarby, and
Miss do Haven left on the Moneolla
for their homo on the mainland. I.lku
all tourists these women wero charm
ed and plan to como again when their
rtay can be longer.
Mr. John M. Downed left for a fly
ing trip lo the Coast this week.
Mrs. IMward M. Watson Is vIbIiIii,;
her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Uradley of Vlsalla, Cal. Sho hopei lo
be home In Honolulu during the lat
ter part of July. Miss lllalr and Miss
l.ucas aru In their home on Thurston
and (Ireen streets until the Watsons
return. Mrs. Watson has hhd a win
ter In Washington and (sited tho
Southern States and has had a round
of pleasure and gaiety since leaylng
hero. Nevertheless she will be happy
to be home again.
Princess Kawananakoa is deluged
with .cards bidding her to functions,
but she Is resting and going out very
llttlo us et.
Madame Shingle will arrive here on
the twenty-seroud of this month and
cither buy or build a bungalow, as
she plans to spend part of each year
Mrs. KUgcne Campbell has Just re
turned from Chicago, where she has
been' at her father's homo on a visit.
Whllo in Chicago Mrs. Campbell was
the recipient of many favors and kind
nesses from a large clrclo of friends.
In California sho was tho honored
guest of Madame Shlnglo and was
greatly entertained, Miss Campbell's
father Is quite ill and It was for this
icbboii that the trip KaBl was taken.
Mr. and Mrs. fleorgo Duvles have
Mr. Campbell of London as their
Miss Ihma I'lilegcr, of Sacramculo,
California, will urrlvo In Honolulu on
tho Makura next week to be tho
house guest of Miss Florence Holt-
Mr. and Mrs. John lloss of Hakalaul
werb tho week-end guests of Mr, audi Tlio following Invitation has been
Mrs. II. V. Patten In their cottage In, received-
the Hllo Hotel grounds. The Senior Class of nineteen tweivo
I of Oahu College
Mr. ami Mrs. William 11. Castlo aro request tho pleasure of your company
MiostB of tho Fairmont on their wuy
to Kuropo. Mr. Castlo thinks a hot
Fred. Schaefor, who has beou away day in San Francisco Is hotter than
I at school for the past year, camo homo our hottest day hero at least that
In tho Manchuria. has been his recent experience.
at a dance at tho Moaua Hotel
Monday evening, June twenty-fourth,
at eight o'clock.
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