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( - , EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1012. 13 1M
BFACcofrT rrOfll nAn rvAcnjgM W01, "ursl, unpiain ana Mrs. suirges, upcra House, on Butuiuy niRtit, uy a.................. JM
ft'ij?iV ' rQ' ll.-.AVa Captain and Mrs. Kdwards and Lieut, Ulls Knupp, C H n. of lloiton. Muss., iMl .M .M . .M .M k A b . .fe Al A ,M At W .ft Jfe .& At Stff H
ZMrt. E. R. Gayler a Bridge Hostess. I of Christ, Bclentht, Un llo-tim. Mns-i J WmX JH
. Mrs. 13, A. Cnylcr entertained llio It -will bo frco mid the nubile I cor- Bi $ 91
I Wednesday ltrldge Club at her bungn- dlnlly lnltcd to nttend f i2 E2 4H
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11 n. in. Morning worship, In charge 3 Sr PQJp
4 ' r I
Lieut. Col Camobell's Lunehenn.
Ucut. pol. Cnmphcll was host nt
ono bf the most elaborate luncheon
Blvcn nt ,1hc University Club this sea
son. Thin party was given by Lieu
tenant Colonel Campbell In 'honor of
lih recent otllclnl ascent. Tlio tablu
was lunsscd In cardinal and wlilto car.
nations and tho table damask was
Krnccltilly scattered with bluo forgot-mc-nots.
The place-cards woro tho
crossed lings and motto of the United
Slates. Tlio appointments wcro por
ter . Mont. Col. Campbell's diesis
were (ioncral M. M. Macomb, Colonel
Mansfield, Colonel Mcflunncglc, Colo
nel Wilder. Colonel llogcrs, Major
Neville, Major Kdward Tlmbcrlakc,
Major Cheatham, Maor Kennedy, Ma
jor DoWItt, Major V. I Wnotcn. Ma
Jor t-'avmnii, Major Jenkins, Major
CrulMmnk. Major Pruden, Mnjor
John Whollcy, Captain Cllflon Carler,
Cnplnln Stuart lohnsnn. Captain Cor
nld .tohnstnnr, Captain Cooke, Captain
Clnrk, Captain Kiln arils, Captain
Came. Lieut. Andrews, and Lieut, i
Mr. Jno. Lvall's Olnner. '
Mr. .lno. Lvall wbh host at a most
dopant nml elaborately-appointed din
ner mi Wednesday evening In honor
of llrlilsli Consul and Mrs. llarrlnr.
ton. Tlio table-center was massed In
ovnulslio cardinal and pink roses and
their dainty potnls were scattered In
profusion over the MjJIn damask. Prom '
tho rliandoller was iiraliod a silk Ili-lt.
Isb fine wllli festo"nln(f of roses. Tho
caudles were shaded In dainty pink,
which added In no small way to tho
l.eautlful and nrtlst&nlly-dccoratcd
(Inner rcoiic. Tho place-cards wcrn,
pretty water colnrB of nlnk and cardl-
mil roHcs. The hour after dliinor was.
devoted to bridge. Mr. Lyall Is a roy
al e,ntertnlnor. Mr. Ly all's guests
...w i.i. ..in. ...an. i iiuiiia, liullll
ton, for whom this party was Riven,
Mr. and Mrs. Oooreo Potter, Mrs, liar,
old Haysoldcn, Mr. Percy Dovcrlll and
Mr. St. Clair.
Mrs. Gamble and Mir. Carrie
Gamble's Bridge Party.
Tho pretty homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Catnbln on Anapiinl ulreet was char
mingly arranged and decorated for tho
bridge evening given by Mrs. fiamblo
and Miss Carrie (lamhlo on Wednes
day evening. Golden coreopsis was
generously used and tho effect was
cry pretty. Miss Gamble's guests
were Major and Mrs, -Tamos Madison
Kennedy, Major and Mrs. W. C. Nov-I
llto, Captain and Mrs. Hondas Mc
Dougal, Captain and Mrs. Cooke, Cap-,
tain and Mrs. Hanker, Doctor and
Mth. McAfee, Mr. and Mrs. I Tomer I
Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Ilawlev. Mr.l
and Mrs. Gamble, Miss IJoutcUb and
Mrs. Walker a Brldne Hottest.
MrH. Walkor of Port linger was
lioslchs for tho HrldRo Club on Wed
nesday of this week. Tbeso after
noons planned by tho service people
are Indeed real pleasures. The women
nf tlio service nro never at a loss for
methods of entertaining. Mrs. Walk-
cr's guests wcro Mrs. Walter C.
CovvIcb, Mrs. Ross Klnrsburr, Mra.
Williams, Mrs. Stuart Johnson, Mrs.
Hanker, Mrs. IJumboldt. Miss Julio
McStockcr, Miss Kdlth Cowlcs. Mrs.'
Lydla McStockur. Miss Martinique,
Miss Priscilla Klllcott and'Mrs. (ler-1
aid Johnson. Tho gifts wont to Miss
Julio McStockcr and Miss Edith
Cowlcs and wcro sandalwood boxes.
Captain and Mrs. Shuttleworth't ,
Captain and Mrs. Shuttlownrth en
torlnlnod nt their nuarjers, Schnflold
1-arracks, at a delightful nnd Informal
dinner on Prlday ovcnlng. Nastur-'
tliiinH were used for tnblo decoration
and tlio place-cards wcro hand-paint-od.
Captain and Mrs. Shuttloworth's
gnosis wcro Captalii nnd Mrs. Sturgca,
Captain and Mrs. Dixon and Colonel
nnd Mrs. Hogcrs.
Colonel and Mlts Mantfleld't Dinner.
Colonel and Mlsf Mansfield wcro
host nnd hostess at n daintily-arranged
dinner at Schndcld UarrackH on
Thursday night nt their nuarters. Tho
tnblo was prettily decorated In pink
enchantress carnations and maiden
hair forn. Tlio' place-cards wcro hand
painted, water-color scenes. Colonel
nnd Miss Mamsllcld's guests were
Major and Mrs. Crulkshank, Lieut. Christian Science nt the Hawaiian
Col. Hurst, Cnplaln and Mrs. Sturges, Opera limine, on Sunday night, by
Captain and Mrs. Kdwards and Lieut. UIKs Knnpp, ( H P., of lloiton, Miikm.,
Hall. jn member of the I o.ird of lrcturol,lp
of the Mother Church, the Plrsl Church
Mrt. E. R. Cavler a Bridge Hottest. I of Cbrlxt, Scientist, .In llo-tnu. Mns-i
Mrs. 13. A. (laylcr entertained llio It -will bn frco and the public Is cor
Wednesday Hrldgo Club at her bungn- dlally Intltcd to nttend
low on Thurston nemie. Tho prices'
wero Canton plates and were ghen to REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESU3
Mrs. Prcdeilck Damon nnd Mrs. Wll- CHRIST OF LATTEft-DAY SAINTS.
Ham P. Wootcn. Tlio club members Church on King street, near Thoin.is
present besides tho hostess were Mrs. Siuare.
Coleman, Mrs. Klrliv Smllli.' Mrs. Wll- OMS a. m-Sundnv school ci.issch
iiom r. wootcn, Mrs. rrcd. Damon, for nil nges. Adult class, both lluwii
.lira, iiisnicr, mrs. i;uwnrns, Mrs. llo- mi. hud KnslWi. Lesson topic. Pint
mcr N. Preston,
Afternoon Bridge Club.
Mrs. Ddwln llcnner entertained tho
Afternoon nrldgo Club nt her homo
11 a. in. Morning worxlilp, In charge
of J. II. lliirrctt nnd Jams Kaiiul. Ser
mon In Imtlt I la wal In 11 mid Dngllsli,
S p. m. Zlons Itrllgln-I.ltrniry Sci
on rcrelania avenue. This llttlu brldgo clcty, l,cson study nnd nuislrul nnd
turn is ine oiucsi in Honolulu, nio literary pnixrmu. An liitcrCKtlnsnirot-
rnmo people havo been members for lug, erprcl.illy to the oiilb I
tho past six jcars. Mrs. Hcnncr'n 7:30 ,,. m i:enbm worship Srr-'
gueots wcro Mrs. Samuel Dcfrccsl, mon Kngllsb Music by tho choir.
Mrs. Otto lilerbach, Mrs. Charles lion. Also missionary rrvlPM In the gos.
Mrs. William Henry Ooctz, Mrs. Percy
Morse. Mrs. Ilandolph Moore. Mrs,
Olios (icre, Mrs. Philip Prcar nnd Mrs,
Mitt Dorothy Wood to Entertain,
icl lent im Kh(,ol Ktroot. near I.IIII111
vtrcct. ut 7 SO !-. 111 Humltiy (ninlns
mid during next week.
' The griirrnl public Is? extruded nn
Imitation to any or nil of our inoit-
lugs at nil tlnirs. Wo linv'c the truth
jiiiss uoiotny woou is sen. ing nut ulllI ,,.,, nKk un unprojudlcbd Invevtl
( arils for an afternoon of lirldgo to tlon
Inko place a week from Monday on
tlio lawn nt tho Seaside Hotel grounds. I
Mr. anil Airs. Wood nnd Miss Dorothy
Wood arc among tho mosl charming'
peopio of 1110 city. They havo In n
short rcsldcnco hero mado many
Mrt. Hift-old Haytelden't Bridge.
Mrs. Hnrold Haysoldcn was hostess
at a pleasant brldgo narty on Wednes
day nf this week. Mrs. Ilayscldcn is in'm
1 uimiiiiiiir, woman wnu ciiicxininn iter
friends In nn always delightful wny,
Wednesday's party was a decided suc
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maefarlane'a
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Sunday rer Ices Sunday school ut
SMS n. in. for young people under SO
jenrs. heron sermon at 11 11 111 ; sub
ject. "Is tbo Universe. Including Mini,
Ktnhed by Atomic Porec?"
Wednesday evening - Testimonial
meeting t 8 o'clock.
All services are In Id In the Odd Kel-
bulldlng. Port street, wbern also
11 frco reading room Is open to the nub
ile dully from 11 a. 111, lo 1 p. lit
HOME OF TRUTH.
i::0 Kuplolnnl street, near llcretiiiil.i
Mr"nnnd MrF'lIarrv Macfarlano n. I "l",,,n "T '' " . .'". ,,,.,.r'
tortlnlliort n onlr.n,l r,rlv f M....I. M- llUnlcr-JnilCS HllllJCCt, "Wllllt IS
...,", :,-."" .'"' r ""."" Kiiirit?"
m uicir Aiunmanu name, ucginning ... , , . .
Thursday. Tlio narty will eomo Inlol rdnesdny. 7:.in p.
itev. Dnremus Scuddrr, I) D.,
Istcr; Hev Amos A. ntierKOle,
9:fi0 n in Hlblo school. W. A
10: in 11. m Adult Ulble class for
men und women Conducted by Ilev.
P H. Scudder.
Wednesday, 7:.10 p. 111., lesson In
esoteric nrrxe culture, by Dr. Weaver
Thursday." 8 p. 111. lesson In practi
cal Christian healing, by Mrs. M M
llunter-Joiies. Sublect. "The Crown
ing (lift nf Clod, l.oe."
All meeting nt the Home
All seekers of the pew thought are
lordlully Invited to attend tbeso meetings.
EDITOR OF THE MIDGET
Tho Honolulu public will be delight
ed to know that Dr. Cowan, whoso wit
nnd wisdom havo made Tho Mldgit ho
Well known throughout this Territory,
will speak tomorrow evening at Con
11 11. ln.-Mornlng Worship. Sermon J,,' "'"'. .' Z ,IZ
by the mlnlst-r. "The Coward Maker", " ? l. " '"c. ,l, 'S.1!'
C:30 p. 111 Christian i:ndenor
meeting. "The Life nnd Work of Sam
uel Zvvemer." In charge of Miss Ron
enhorst J;30 p 111. livening service. Sermon
by Ilev John I" Dovvan.'D D.
1 1. largo audlcnco will be present
9M5 n. in. Sunday school, nichurd
II Trent, superintendent.
10 11. in. Men's Illble class. IMwnrd
W. Cooper, leader. ,
11 11. in. Morning worship. Preach
ing by the pastor. Hev. R K. Smith.
6:30 p. in Epworth League. Kd
ward n. Trncy, leader.
7:30 p in. Haccalnurentc scrlce of
High School graduating class. Mr.
Smith bus chosen for his subject,
A cordial Invltntlon Is extended to
all strangers and tourists to attend.
CHIC SOCIETY GIRL
BATHES IN TIGHTS
BAN ItAPAKL. Col., Juno 6. Hazel
Ilcarflcld, slondcr, petite, chic, a
young society belle. Is creating a sen
t.atlon hero by appearing at tho awliv
mlng pool In tights.
The attendance, at tho bathing rn
trort has Increased, doubled and trcb
led; the proprietors contcmplato build
lug nn addition to tho pool; tho Marin
County Hoard of Supervisors, which
iccently authorized Sheriff Jack Keat
ing to act as bathing censor nt tho
Willow Camp, Hollnas and Illg Lagoon I
beaches, where mala bathers havo1
,1'cen entering llio water In their birth
day clothes, aro planning lo havo him
The Acme of Perfection
In a Pocket Timepiece
F. Wichman & Co.,
, also censor MJss HcarHcld'H bathing
costume nnd sidetrack tho gjrl admir
ers who threaten to follow her exam
ple. 1 Homo months ago Miss llcarllcld,
who Is only 17 years old. .eloped to
San Pranrlsco with a student oPa lo-
Location: King und Alakeu streets
l(ours of service: ,
Hlblc school, 9.13, and morning ser
mon vl 11.
Young Pcoplo's meeting, 0:30, and
evening sermon ut T:30.
The minister will glfc both sermons, cal military academy, Tho girl's aunt
lYed Ilutler will sing at the morning
service, and the music for tho even
ing service will be under the direction
of Mis I'ot and 11 choir nf girl from
tbo Kainebanieha School for Cilrls.
Ilverybody, stranger or resident. In
terested III a liou-si'Uurlan, IIIIiIIl-iiI
presentation or Christianity Is Invited
and will tlnd a worth-while welcome.
LECTURE 8UNDAY NIGHT.
I'lrst Church of Christ, Scientist, In
Honolulu, announces 11 lecture. 011"
Intercepted tho couplo nt tho Perry
building on their arrival, hovvovcr, and
tlio girl was sent homo.
8hoe Pollih at
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
Local Society Holrjs First An
nual Gathering With
Baron as Guest.
More than six hundred package, or
Japanese lunches, sake container and
bowl, boxes of Japanese fnns und oth
er articles wire distributed yesterday
iifternnon tu the member and friend
of tho Japanese Hod Cross Society, who
gathered In the Toklvva gardens on
Niiuanu street, In honor or Huron T
()7.au a, who" passed through here yes
terday on the Chljo Muru
Hesldis the speeches, tin re were pie.
tureiiio il.il)ccs, performed by young
Japanese girls The distinguished lied
Cross party, headed tiv Huron Ozawu,
and Includlut prominent local Japan
ese, Acting Consul Mori, the starf of
the consulalo general. V Aknl, man
ager of the Yokohama Specie Hank,
and Mr Altai, and a number of the
pbysUI,niHulid merchants, were Inter
ested spec tutor
Under 11 large tent four long table,
loidtd down with refreshment npd
beverage, were prepared for the guests
The Japanese nurses, nttlrcd In white
robe nnd' wearing Ited Cross but,
served the guest In a most polite
Seated on tho platform with Harou
Oznvva wero Socretarj K llo of the
Japanese consulate, who ncfed as
cfiulrman, and Acting Consul (Icneriil
Mori, President V Ixtill of tho local
Hcd Cross Society nnd others.
Secretary llo congratulated the
baron upon his good work among tho
different Hod Cross societies In Japan,
nnd announced that his arrival nt Ha
waii liel, when the local Japanese peo.
pie were celehriitlug tho occasion, was
un Inspiration to them
President Y. Mill stated that the
membership of the local Ited Cross
t-'oi'lety ha risen to almost 4000. Ho
believed, ho said, that tho society
would grow In iiuinbT and Its good
work would proiprr In the community
Mr. Mori congratulated tlio society
on being able to bold It ilrst annual
gathering ilurlng the, visit of Unicm
Ozuvva, the grand old man of tho Jap
anese Iti-el t'rnsH imrty
Chairman Ito then aroso und an
nounced that the next speal.er would
bo tbo baron l.oud and eiilbulaHtle
"banxals" broko foith from the llpt
of every Japanese The forelgnerMiiid
Hawaiian present theercd ut tho top
of their voice. Huron Ozavvu aroxi
uiulel prolonged applause Jle rend u
Japanese piper', which, translated Into
Kngllsb. read as follow
' It affords mo .great pleasure to
meet ou hero today en route to Jap in
at this general meeting field especially
III in) honor by the sptclal committee
of the Heel Cross of Hawaii. liver slnco
tbo Red Cross SoOlet) of Japan ha
been e-srabllshrd It has libido gri'iit
progrc In varloii ways, being under
the patronage of their Majesties, tb"
Emperor und P.mprc of Japan, und
having been ulllll.it) 1 with the other
Heel Cross societies, nf Kurope und
"Taking this opportunity. I wish to
call your utteiitlun to the fact that her
Mnje-sty the Cmpres of Japan inaele a
donation to the amount of 100.000 Jen
ut tho ninth International Ited Cross
conference Just held In Washington,
III order that relief work In time of
poae e should bo more encouraged
"Till gift Pa been ucerpteel by the
society with high appreciation, her
giiielou desire ami her Immune spirit
having been fully appreciated by the
delegate of all the countries.
"It has been her alnccro mid earnest
desire that the Red Cross Society
sb'uild not confine Its work only to
that In time of war. but Ilrst of nil lo
tho work In time of peace It Is need,
less to say that wo should work for
humanity In loiutdii.itkui with all oth
"I highly appreciate jour humane
spirit shown to us by your becoming
the member of the society In mi large
number within 11 short period
No Boundary In Humanity.
"I have no eloubt that you can con
tribute Miuiclblng to the friendly, re
lation bitwei'ii America ami Japan, 11
j 011 aro living In tbo fornnr's country.
Wo Japanese baW le oUed upein Aiuer
fi'n a a benefactor, 11 an Instructor
or as 11 t iidi'r-niotber, ever since C0111
uioiloie Perry's visit to Japan, nnd both
people being . lute roste-d In llio vyork
of Immunity, which ha no boundary
belwe-en 'one country und another,
would surely do something for the
world' pence May you prosper mi
ller the guidance of Prnvlileiice "
After the e'uin lug exhibition, tlio en
tire partv went down to the Alaken
wharf to si o-lt 'buiis.il" In farovvill
to Huron o 1 ami bis party
JAPANESE PRIEST TRAVELS
OVER TRACKLESS WASTES
TOKIO, Japan, June 0 Tatblbaiii.
11 young Huddhlst priest, tuts returned
to T0M0 lifter un absence of live, year
devoted ehlclly tu explorations In SI11
glaug anil Thibet He traveled over 11
vast extent of uninhabited country and
crossed nn almost ondlcs. -series ot
hill nnd plain, which, however, would
lie cttl"d and become prosperous If 11
railway were built He trnvirSed iiuiny
ilesertH In places not Indicated on the
latest mups. Ilu was tho licet clvllincil
man to enter eettaln icmotc region--,
where he eihtniiird Important histori
cal, aiithiopologlciil. artistic anil re
ligion materials, n welt u valuable
Monaeacy To De Built at Seattle.
The Scuttle. Construction and Dry
dock Compnny submitted tho only bid
fur construction rf the I nlted Stales
gunboat Mnuncncy, Intended for tho
Chinese station, mid probably will re
ceive the contract for tho constric
tion nf tho now craft. Tho bbl of tho
local firm, opcneel today ut Washing
ton, I). (!., was $2l2,flOO. The appro
priation for construction of Iho vth
col Is $2ir.,nno. ' he gunboat H tu bo
built mi thin crnsl in such form thai
It can ho tnkon apart and shipped to
China nn an Army Irnuuport nnd put
(ngnthiir at Its ilestliintinli.
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