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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
Chronicles of Society Folk
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AI.XXI " t'.il lutie s Mls ;ih
1 1 Mi'Ki'tili- ltn hiwcn June 2' as
llic dale Inr her ueddlng w It It I'tnuk
I.. Hoop, a banker r Honolulu. The
(II1I111111H empiit will ho of Interest to ,t
wide cln le nf friends or Hit? Iitlde
elect. ho In n member of on of the
oltlrhl fntnllle of Hip Stale Minn M
Kcnr.lp'K engagement nu innilp piib'lt
n Ntinrl litnn niro mm hnu Itnnn lit,.
irolpicnt of inativ social raot. and a "' receiving imt were Major ami
number of nffnlr In lipr honor tiar Mrs McClure of Hip Fifth Cavalry,
been iilnnnpil for Hin roninhiine time Colonel McGu-l'.cgale anil Mis Mc-
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Major mill Mr. Mt('liiri-' licd'ptliiu.
Major mill Mr MiCllirc worn IiobI
ami liimtiHs at a charming ami de
lightful ipeeptlon on Thursday after
tiiHiti Thl coiniuny of people were
piluclpnll.v from Scholleltl IlarrackH.
wlih i gpiicious sptlnkllnt; of Service
people from town. The reception wan
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K1VCI1 li? .1I.1JI71 Mllll .MIB .MIA lllll- Ulj
meet me newiy 111 riven ouiccis lino
their wives of the First Infantry. In
before the wedding
The wedding n 111 he solemnized a
the Mclenr.le ho'tie. I1ln I'earl street .
and will he nn event of the season.
Cards will he pnl out to lift micsin.
Ilev Doctor Wylle of .N'npa. the for
mer home pf the hilde. will o'llela'e
It will he a pink and white affair. The
llnnnipile. Colonel and Mm. Crulek
ahntik. Mis Crulckslinnk nnd Mr.
ICIy ponied tea and loffee. while Mr.
Aloe nnd Mr Forester served punch
and sherbert. The hall wasbe.iutl
frllj ilproratcd In golden vellow mari
golds and tnoutitaln grooni, huge tree
fern were broiiKht from the nioun-
ride ha chosen Ml .lulletle Alitor- tnliiH and banked along the wall
ton ni her mnlil-ot honor The groom
will bo attended h V II HiKigs, Ir
The bridal robe will be of chamois,
i'rpird with white hlffon The maid-iif-linnnr
will wear n gown nf pi lit
itHitned with real lace.
Ml MtKcnzle I a daughter of for
mer RhorllT ficorge S. MpKpiizIo of
Nnpn County She I nn accomplish
ed elrl. having been n ntdent of MMIs
whl'e the celling was fcitnoned with
lei and cnrlniids of palnopnlal The
plow rrom lighted taper made 11 mint
hnrmonlon elTect The sewing room
wnr u I'leni'b conception In pink and
bine with hundred of lighted can
dles During the icccptloii hours the
Fifth Cavalry h.tud rendered 11 con-
( olleec. whprp hp was grndiiated with' Mr. Pntlt'r llrldiri AflerniMin.
!.,'.,n1lii"f Wi- r,'""wlnK h" Kr,nil'l Mr, l'ercy More. who leav.s next
nntin "l!, It,,?"t V" ""hc """Neck for the mainland, ha been the
walla,, Inland, where she pent recipient of many favor from her
1 irp-mip vmi iiiuiE-itnj ..110. inn., v..
Iloog opciipIp a prntnlnpnt nlnpe
In the social and financial nctlvltle of
the InlniKlK. Hit I assistant cashier
of the Hank of Hawaii lloojs will
lake hi bride to llonnliilu arter tho
wedding, where they will make their
tci tallied two tables of bridge In her
honor. The nrlre wa won by Mrs.
Kdwln Homier, and wa sroreenrds
and plajlK cards. Mis. Potter's
guest were Mrs. Philip Frcnr. Mrs.
Itandolph Moore. Mr IMwIu llenner,
Mr Samuel Dcfteest, Mr Charlen
Mnjnr and Mrs. Wllllnm A. Purdy duly nt division hcndipinrlcrs In San
wcro home-coming passengers on Iho rranclsco, presinnahly nvvnlllng order
llonnlulnii nttcr n two months' busl to Join the peneial staff at Washing
ties trip on tlio mnlnland. Mrs. Purdy ton.
Is n great favorite with all who know'
lier and Is being welcomed homo by1 ,rst Lieutenant Clnrenco I.ymmi,
her large circle of friends. Fourth Cavalry, una recently ordered
to Fprt Apache, Arlrona, for duly.
Ilohcit Hendry has Just returned Clnicnce Lynfnn Is one of the. Iymns
from tlie Knt, wlictc ho has been n of llilo, nnd tlio third nicmher of tho
Miidcnt nt Yale. latnlly In tho If. S. Army. Illshrnlhtr
Pred Js nn engineer officer and hns
The wedding of Mr. Wnrd Wells, Jeii im duty nt j'tnaina. CharlM
who formerly lived on Maul, mid Miss ''in ' now u cadet nt Went I uinl.
ltrltn Crnhbe, was solcmnlred on
.Inno seventh nt San Itafaol, at tin, Tho ltcv. Dr. Carroll will bo n vis
iCplcopal church of Hint city. Hor lit Honolulu next Month. Dr.
Can oil Is a brother of Mr. Carl tin
Mis. William Montrose nrnbatn left " '''' Ml Ornce Carroll. Ho Is
Honolulu nn tin. Wllhelmltin. Mr. ly shortly relumed from Home,
Ornhnni goes to the University of Cnl- oro ho graduated from the Amerl
Ifornln for tho purposo of tnklm? up lll Hcclcslnsllcnl ( oIIorc. Dr. Lnr
physical culture and delsarte. Sho ro" 8 ' ltrcscnt a professor nt lord
plans lo he nwny threo months. I'nm Collego In New ork City.
Lieutenant Colonel Henry llenson, Mrs. William llnley Illscrman Is In
Fifth Cavalry, who was to hnve re- town from her home In Hllo on a visit
turned to his stntlon nt Scnoflcld Par- to her mother, Mrs. McUtln. I
lacks, has hpen placed on temporary I
4. . T10 ,omc f Dr. and Mrs. Ornioud
iWnll lins been gladdened by Iho ml-
most elnbornto dinner given this
week. The table was exquisitely doc-1
orated In beautiful pink rose nnd I
Australian ferns Silver candlesticks
with dainty pink shades showing
through the sltved deposit shades
made the tabic hcvvltchlngly uttrac
tlve. The place cards were ivory-'
toned mid bore the Mncnmb '1111110
grnm In gold lettering. Tho First In
f.intry Hand rendered n charming
concert during the evening. (Jenernl
nnd Mrs. Macomb' guestB were Major I
nnd Mrs. Cheatham, Mr. and Mr.
Waller F Dillingham, Mr. and Mr
(lorrlt Wilder, Mnjr,- nnd Mrs. Smith,'
Ciptaln and Mrs. Cllflon Caiti-r. Mi. I
'll,itrdii) Mirhl ll.iiue Club. 4
The iiipmbers or Hip Th11rs1l.1v night '
llflllf.r. f'lltli Ihftr.lllnl.l.f mil... M.I l.n...
scire at u elnli danco nt the Oniric- JL'"''
ger Club The parties given by this Mr. Percy Morse was the gct nt
club me vnrv Informal and thi'refnre bonor 11 1 n delightful bridge evening
all the inorp piitnvnlilp Tho -ini, given by Mr. and Mrs Samuel l)e-
memiiors unit tlielr friend present
were: Dr and Mrs Philip Frear, Mr.
nnd Mrs Perev Morse, Mr. and Mrs.
S.unuel Dcfreest, Mr. and Mrs. linn
dolph Moore. Mr nrd Mrs Fred Hush,
MrJ ami Mr. Marston Car.ipbelt, Mr.
mnl Mr St. C Snrcs. Mr nnd Mr
Clinton I Hutplilns, Dr nnd Mr.
Mnrhnll. Mr and Mr. Giles flere.
Mr. and Mr, l.vser, Mr. nnd Mr
Chnrlo It Fnub r. Mr and Mr
(leorgo Klnegel. Mr. and Mr Fred
Pottir, Mr .laflot Ivvl. Miss Doris
llitlrhlns. Mis Mue Carden, Miss
vent of n ton.
Mrs. Charles I'. Wood left for tho
Fast on Iho Wllhclinlnn to ho gonn
two months. Mrs. Wood I expect-!
lug a visit from her two sons, who
hnvo bpen students nt nn eastern col
lege for the past four years. Tho
Woods nro so In lovo with Honolulu
that tho drend Iho thought of leaving
here Rt nit.
Prince Jonnh Knlnnlannolo was a
honio-coiiilng passenger on the I Inno
inlaii from Washington.
1 nefiocst, .Mr 1 narien-t'iptain anil Mr, cuiion initi-r. .m.i
Don, Mrs. Wllllnm Hoeti nnd Mr, nnd Ml. James Wilder, Mr. and Mrs " "" '" "'", -""i,u' ," '"
Pen .Morse, the guest of honor. I (iiorgo Davies, Miss Marlon Scoti nnd '" " snitltnrlum In Ca Ifornin, nnd Just
' ' ' jii Andrews. "" hno" na s'10 'a nu' lo lrncl w"l
, ., t , ,. , 1 I come I, ere.
Mr. and .Mr. .s.imucl llcfrccl's (aril www ,
Mr. William Roth Entertains. I
The Cnurtland wns the selling fori Miss draco llarls left for hor home
one of the prettiest dinners given this In California on tho Wilhulmlnii. Miss
week. This parly was given by Mr. Davis will bo greatly missed by 11
William Itotb In honor of Miss. Allen. large circle of friends, who hnvo hail
Cxqulsitc Montgomery roses were grout plcnstirc in conferring favors on
used profusely nnd the dainty spra this popular girl. t
of maidenhair fern added tho ncces- www
hary touch of green. The place-cards . .. . .,.. ,,, ,,.,., ..
11 nn i n (ni. tin i tit ml llnit'nllnn oonluw ...--. ........ r,.-.. ... ...v .... -.
Tho hour after dinner wns devoted to
music. Mr. Itolh's guest wore Miss
freest In hor honor Tho house wa
artistically decorated In rod poncian.i
legla, red .carnation, nnd white astern
ami asparagus fern. The Indies'
gift, n Madeira buffet cover, wns wor
by Mrs. Oeorge Angus. The gentlc
innn's prize, a silver-mounted brush,
was won hv Mr. Curry. The consol
ntlnn gift, a ruot basket
mil io rlifil I n II u v 11 a il ft
flo"tz Mr. and Mrs Samuel Dc-
froest's guest wcro Mr. and M""-i Mrs. John W
ixity Mora.-, .ir. . u.i .... . "" While Professor Wnlle ami a party
Pen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kellv llrnwn, Mr. f comiprnp,, WPrn l,,.nc enlertalnisl
Inntry Ilntid on 'Thursday evening al
'llionins Square Park was thoroughly
cnjoyuble and tlio Inrgo number of
Guaranteed under the Pure Food Law
Your dealer sells it
Mr. and Mrs. Jack llclscr hnvo gonoi Mrs. Dorn von Tempsky was university emblem, and monogram 111
nned" wHb , 5" j 'Uars J . "ple 'o'amlde'ami 'T0tl!:M0I,., ."nTllS'llnn'T ""'
to Mrs. Mr. Ccrcsole. 1 H"oko l,lt npprccln.tIon of tho audience..
Chaplain Hooliiin has Just return
ed from his vncatlon Hiiont on tho
mainland with relatives. Chaplain
iiiMcciins. .vus .mho varuon, .miss ". '' '"".. '";" l of gentlemen wcro being enlertalnisl iihiiiuhuii un h'whict. v.uapiuiii, , v (1 vonncor ot
Ilcth Wood. Mr. Mildred D'iy. Miss and Mr. Willlnin (loetz. Mr and Mrs. , rtncr RVon by Cornell students Hoollhan I n great fnvorito at Lollc- ' "" uu"' lJ
to their Kahala beach homo for the brought to Honolulu from her Muul P"'d lctforlng. Pennants and lings of
homo In tho Honolulnn In n rorlously H10 various American tinlvorsitleK nee
III condition. Mrs. von Tempsky vvna orated tho walla and wore reslooncd
tnken to the Queen's Hospital. Mrs.'Pcross. tho arches. Mnny stories rem
von Tempsky Is a sister of Mr. J. M. In scent of student days were wltuy
Dowsett 'n'"1 by Jho giicst-of-honor. Amom;
a tho guests Invited to meot Profcshor
rpl. !....., ..f l- .,.! Mra Inlm VVUUO W'CrO irUOIUOlll JUIIII umimui,.
Honolulu's younger set Is having
and planning all sorts of good timej
icr tlio summer. Tlio boys nnd girls
Hint nre home aro being entertained
Pfjohp Itpny. Miss Louise McCarthy.
Mil's Inn Feiguson. Mln- Po.irl Mp
Cnrtln. Mis bblo Lucas. Miss Abide
Ilromley. Mr John O'Dowda, Mr
Charles l.lltlololiu. Mr Plnkotv Mi
Slockcr, Sir Port Mglitfont Mr Wil
der Moure Mr (Iniln Hush Mr Shir
ley Push Mr FUward Carden and Mr
John f union
Fred Potter, Mr. nnd Mr l-.dvvln ,.nii graduates. Mrs. John W. C.ilmoro hua, vvhero he I stationed
Miss F.dith ColTals' left on tho Wll-
hclinlna to spend (he summer mnnlh.s
with relntlvp nnd friends on the
mainland. Mlt, Collals' beautiful
llenner, Mr. nnd Mrs Hnndolph Mo n dinner to the wife of this ills
Moore. Mr nnd Mrs t.corge lurry. tngulhed scholar. Lavender nnd
Mr ami M Otto Illerbach nnd Mrs itinlc wcro used lo decorate the tahlo
(,nrge ngus nnd house. Mr. (Jllmnro' guests
1 were Mrs. Walte, Mrs. IMu-ar Wood,
General and Mfs. Macomb a Dinner. ( Jf rs Aithur Andrew. Miss Olles volco and chnj-mlng personality liuve
lUneriil mid Ml I M Maiomli , uerc. Miss Susan Clark, Miss uulld, tm'caicil her ro
wore host nnd hostess nt perhaps the nnd Miss ivns, miring friends
a large circlo of ad-
kg"... - jh
A Makiki Home for Sale for $3750
That $ 1 250
You Now Have Will Have a Value of
In Three Years or less if you buy
Mrs. Wolls Petorson and her at'
tractive daughter. Miss Marjory Pnter
non. left for a tlir'co months' trip on
tho Wilhclmliia to the const.
. The First Infnntry hiuid Is giving
Mrs. Holmes of 1 1 1 lo Is In town tol ,,,,..,, iro to u Inrco number of neonlo.
.nttcnil the graduating exercise at Through tho courtesy of tho post of-
runnnoii. ncr son is a graduate. nceis tho band has rcndoicd several
delightful public concerts,
Mrs. Thomas M. Church loft on the -k ft
Wllholmlnn for a threo months' Blop . . ... . , ,
n. nii.i i. r-i,,.i.'u .... 1 no mnny lncnus 01 v;npuiui u
uaugnior accompanicii ncr.
(po L'"OtiV fllliumt SA'lvn lina Ivnvti 111
Is 'convalescent. Mrs. Gibson will bo'dcaod tlicmsolves to u large numboi
Almoku Domini has boon gladdened V?,0. YR T, ut,,. Prnfokor"
by the advent of a son. Mr. Domini Smith. I rofessor Hlggl, Professor
tlin ndnntpd son of Her Milestv Arthur Androvvs, Professor McNeil,
tlio uuoptcn son 01 ntr jM.ijesiy ,,,,, n,,i, nr a w t'ni,. Mr.
Ucntloy, Mr. Francis F.amc, Dr. N.
U Case nnd Mr. Itobcrt Hendry.
President and Mrs. Gllmore't Dinner.
President and Mrs. John W, Gllmoro
entertained nt a well-appointed din
ner on Wednesday evening In honor
nt Prnfnuanr nnd Mrs. WnltO. Who am
Tho mnny friends of Captain nnd ,ii,iniriiliii.d visitor In Honolulu nnd
Mrs. Hanker nro kowly r,eRrc,n,K aro from Cornell University. Pink en-
tucir cany uepunuru. wuijiik hiii
short stay In Honolulu they hnvo on
. tlio house enest of her brother nnd
rister, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Treholm
Wnrren, for a cnupto of weeks.
Miss Harriot Hitchcock Is tho house
gupst of Mr. mul Mrs. Ocorgo Castlo
nt their Wnlklkl homo.
of people who regret their going.
chuntrcss carnations filled a glided
basket In tho ccntor of tho tablo. Tho
cloth was sprinkled with tho spicy
petals of carnations. Place-cards wero
(lalntlly-palntcd views of Hawaii. Proa-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnndolph Moore nre lUcnt and Mrs. Ollmoro's guests wcro
entertaining nt lirldgo this cvoning In Prorcssor and Mrs. Wnltc, the gucBls-
honor of Mrs. Percy Morte. cMionor; Professor and Mrs. Frank
w w 'Dllliugliam, Prorcssor and Mrs. Wll-
Mr Porov Mnrso leaves Honolulu Hnm A. llrynn.
p I on Wednesday for a tfireo months
JKJi Mvlnll, Tiwr-iiolpil singer, Ipft ,.i to u0 spent on tho mainland with
Inr her homo in Australia on tho Ma- Natives and friends,
ramn. . I w w
h A. O. O. . .. .1 ..... I..
11 " - 1 norn is h wiiisuuieii i:iikusuiii",, i . ,, n., , i- rt..
1 Mr. nn.l Mrs. Wlchmnn were round ',o AlrT Tils atom of social chatter cii oinncr on w -
Hio-lslnnd motorUtB on Sunday and w T.eeu denied by both Interested "' a',0 rB,'. 'au,?' " ',?. "S.",?. ",","
had ns tlielr cucsts Mr. nnd Mrs. imrtles. vet it hovers near enough to " ','"1. """,,. ' ;., , , .', n. .,
Mcrlo Johnson, Mr. K. V. Saunder, ,, sllrfaCo to mnko ono ask ques- " """.! T: ,'.... .rT. .11. A..'
Mr. J. N. Hosier and Mr. llattln. , llon8. Are they really engaged? "." '''."" ," ", '" ',,1 ami
I I WWW I WWW nv,m Krlilf-n IvnB nllllf Inn (IlllpltlV
Mrs. Frant: Clark and her dniighter.l MrB. Florenco Ilodgo has moved "''"T ""- - '
Miss Clark, enjoyod tho week-end at from the Hawaiian Hotel to Dates i""""-"
Colonel and Miss Mansfield's Dinner.
Colonol nnd Miss Mansfield wcro
host nnd lvQstcba at a dnlntlly-nppnlnt-
The Capital City and the Metropolis of Hawaii, is sure to become a'
large city in a short 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 the Islands are undervalued, we are told time and time
again, but they will not continue to be so. Shrewd, far-seeing investors from the States are more and
more putting their money in Honolulu real estate, because they see that the.trend of all local property
values is upward.
He 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-l'acific 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
curbs, 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.
J. A. .1
street to Bpend tho summer with her
friend, Mrs. W. C F.mory. Mr. George Fuller a Hoit.
Www I Mr. Gcorgo Fuller wns host nt iv
Professor A. L. Walte Entertained. groom-and-iwhor dinner on Wednesday
Tho Onlvorslty Club wa tho set- ovenlng In tho private dining-room of
ling for an elaboralo and elegantly np- tho Mnnna Hotol. Tho tablo was
pointed dinner Friday evening In lion- beautifully docoralcd In deep-red tar
or of Professor A. I,. Wnlle, a dlstln- nations and Australian fern. Tho red-
Peninsula home of Judge Cooper I culsbcd hdcntlBt of Comoll. This par shaded caudles lent a soft, warm glow
where sho and hor father will spend, ty was Riven by tho Cornell alumni to tho table. Tho placo-pards boru
tho Biimmor months. Mr. Pino nlnns nnd was a reunion of Cornell people, limericks and catifccd much fun. Mr,
Iiotliron WithliiRton vvlll nrrlvc
during July to bo with his parcutsf
Mr. and Mrs. David Wlthlngton. He
returns to school in tlio fall,
Mrs, J am os PIiiq has moved to the
many davs of pleasure for her friends
In the country.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klamp nnd
crrndiintcs nnd students, lied and Ku er's guests wcro Mr. Horuort Dow-
vvlilto formed tho color Bchomo and It uott, the gucst-of-honor; Mr. Thomas
vvna carried out In tho smallest detail Gray. Mr. Hobort McCorrlslon, Mr.
as they aro tho colors of tho Unlver- Guilford Whitney, Mr, A. II. Clark. Jr..
Mlhs Allco Cornot liavo moved to Ka-I slty. Tlio tablo-centcr wns massed in Dr. Ferdlnund Hodomann, Mr. Dixon
We will finance the erection of a bungalow according to the
plans you select if you wish.
Oliver G. Lansing,
80 Merchant Street
Iiala, the country home of this popu
Mr. nnd Mrs. William I.lHlimnn vvlll
Icavo shortly to visit tholr daughter,
Mrs, Henry Morrlam. Thoy plan to ho
tone, six months.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwurd I). Tcnney.
Miss Wllhelmlna Tonnoy, and Mr
Vernon Tennoy havo gone to Halclwa
for tho week-end.
w w- w
Mr. and Mrs. George Pnttor have
moved Irom tho Colonial to tho liirno
of Mr. and Mrs. Cllvo Davlos. Thoy
will occupy Cralgsldn during tho Da
Major and Mrs. John Wholloy aio
giving n scries of small and Informal
dinners during tho stay of tho 1st In
fantry Hand at Shaftcr.
The ladles of tho Colonial Hotel nro
giving a herlcs of tennis tournaments,
A delightful aftornnon Is enjoyed onco
n week. The courts aro Rood and
great form prevails.
During the short stay In town of
Miss Kva Mylott, Mrs. Qiilnlan nnd,
her sister, Miss Dovvllng, wcro enter
tained at a dainty afternoon tea at tho.
Young Hotel by tho charmltic: contral-
to. Mrs. Qiilulnn mid Miss M)lolt mo
old friends, and It wns a pleasure for
both to meet again so far from thelrl
red and vvhllo carnations nnd innldeu. Holt, Mr, Lawrence Judd, and Mr. I'M-
hair fern. Tho placo-cnrds bore Ilia inund Hodomann.
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