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. 4 i TIHUTEEN HONOHJLTT STAR-BULLETIN, SATORDAT, AUGUST 16, 1913. 1 engagement Mnnouu.cd. The engagement was announced . laet Saturday of Miss Marjory Oilman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gil man, to; Mr Piercy Hastings NotUge, ron-of-Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Nottage. Both pf tb ycung peop'e are well known in Honc!ulu. Mies Oilman i family being reckoned anions the flm white settlers In Hawaii. No definite date ha been set for the wedding but the event will probably take place during the first part of next year. The announcement "of their engage ment comes as a surprise to, , their many friends who did not realize that Cupid had been so busy at Walkiki. ;-v.'. Supper at the Outrigger. .su- Dr. . and MrsAArtbur L.' Andrews were hosts at a jolly little supper this week at the Outrigger Club rn honor of Mrt.'-j E. McCormick of Berkeley, who leaves next Tuesday on the lie--nolulan. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hunn, Mr. J. T. War ren, Mrs. N. Cousens and Mr. Claytoa Coueemv Mrs McCormick:. who 1iis been in Honolulu several months a the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ches ter Hunn, is betng'greatly feted prior to her departure which Is being sadly deplored by her friends here, j- Mr. Batch's Luncheon.' - . A very pretty luncheon was given today,T when Mrs. J. A. Balch t enter - of Los sticaHy ins and tafned for Mr. Hugh Stewart Angeies. . The table was artls decorated with' white carnations and; lines zmngiea wnn. xeainery ierns. The Places were marked with wee yel low le's tied on heavy white cards. -:- Mrs; PalchV ruests were Mr. Hugh .'trnrt. tne Princess Kawananakoa, ?'ri. W. A. Turdy, Miss Irene Dixon, Mrs. E. M.' Watson, Miss Genevieve I'radlrv.. Miss Christiana Bradley and airs. William William son. n j . yr c y o; ; ; rv ; ' r; r; rV' Kr K K ; N 7 - V r r r ' r r f 9 ' ... . ' A ' i. ... ,.. .... " " ; , . : ' : t-- r T ... - .... v . ; - ..- - . , ' J ' ,.:!" -.- ' . : . ; ;- . v . f - i " ' - v' ' . . .'j . ' T : i i DREWS DRESSES - at prices cover .materials and making. ; C . ; Large . early shopping to secure wanted offering make affencf on all garments. - "... .vi'V f.-y - ' . ' . ' "... . f I- T j vJl v ii j i 1 rj ; 1 ." t Miss L - ... . i. ; olier over buv weiirmaae. vertect? .1 ... r rk n : . . ' - m the quantity is, we colors To force early . business, :: we :are ( some exceptional values. We: a clean sweet). 33 1-2 to 50 per cent. , ....... See Window Display Fori arid -Hotel St ETlt. k .... ... -r, ' i " ... ' V -.- . mmmm i. v, i i i . o . I V f f,i r. " 4 -' r - - w :, 1 - - - -. j h Margaret Center Photo by Bonine.' .v. a i - that, do not r, I size 7 Be sure to ? 5' v . I. 1.3 us : i k L T advise and discount SOCIAL SCHEDULE FOR THE ; WEEK. ' Princess Kawananakoa's tea. - Blair-Dekum wedding. . Mrs. Batch's lunch. ,v . v . ;; : Dances this evening. - v ' Supper at the Outrigger. Mr. and Mr. Bodge' dance. ; Luncheon or Mr. Haven. Mrs. Purdy luncheon. . - Miss .Young' dance. . . .'.Miss Sara Lucas' tea. ..; .-: Mr. and Mrs. Buchly dinner. Mr. Glade's tinner. : . . t . Miss Butler's swimming party. . . Mr. Tboma' . tea. . Mrs. Wilder tea. t " Da-ce at the Hau Tree. j'f' Miss Del Mar's exhibition. 4 : Mtrs. Hunn's tea. v o' . ;. f , Mr. arid Mrs. Klamp' dinner. 'V ' 3IIs Toasg Dance v".' - . ' In spit of the hot weather, danc-" ins held the' ascendancy1 thia week and it. would (Seem that, society counted ' that zy lost that sav rno ballet 'Jn some form. 'Tee popularity of terpsl-j chorean affairs no doubt rests with ! the "ras" and other new steps wnich permit of dancing - without . attendant fatigue and perspiration. To trip the light rantastique . and t.. tbe same time retain one's cool dignity has been a , problem, hitherto unsolved by Ito-' nolulans. Ml3s Bertha Young ' was ' hostess at one of the prettiest dances of the week on Thursday eyehio.The eJ fair was In honor of Mr, . Wickham Havens. Mrs. Robert . Newell, Mrs. George Wllhelm, Mr,. Spring and Miss Sallie Havens. The beautiful 'Young residence at Waiklki was made into a .veritable fairylaud for the occasion. The ordinary electric light were) turned cf f and wee fairy , lamps U82d4 in among the hanging., baskets, palms - nnd ' bamboo, glistening eyen between the fronds of the drlppgv asparagus,; and maidenhair fern, and soft, stream er of blue and pink tulle. I Bowls pt pink : roses and; white.tlilies j.were placed here and there' with ferns and tropical greenery, v WUh- the radiant , moonlight , flooding, llje room and the sparkle . from the fairy irnps. the scene, might. trulylJiave come from a ml J-s.um.mer. night' ream, . , ;. Supper, was served, on the lawn at about eleven, many . cf the roost . en thusiastic ones being reluctant to stop dancing even for the toothsome dain ties that were passed.. A. number of adepts did the Tango' including- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs. Gcrrit Wilder, . Jlarpld ; Dilling ham and others. The iresitatlon Walts was very popular and, promises to be cne of the leading dances .at "future hops. . ' - - The', toilettes.'.; were ', remarkably beautiful on this occasion many o( them bearing the unmistakable stamp cf Paris. ' :: Miss Bertha Young wore a white brocaded crepe with an over dress of pearl paamenterie over flesh colored chiffon.;, : v ' Utf. Wickham Havens- was in pink wIth aj?'overtunic of Opalescent beads and diamond, ornaments. ;? ' ' -Mrs. George .Wllhelm .wore delicate blue brocaded crepe, yj -; i A. ; airs. Kooertv Jewell was m. lemon jellow-chiffon f over satin.. . ; v Mrs;. Haven was Ia white, ' Mrs. A.1 G. Hawes, Jc, was stunning In yellow chiffon and white tulle oyer i&tin with pearl ornaments. s, ,., ' Miss Beatrice Castle; wore pale blue brocaded charmeuse.. v t ; v Mrs. Arthur Mcintosh was. In. blue chiffon accord eon pleated over satin. . Mrs. Edward Tlmberlake was lovp.lv In- a- gown of white and flame color. ;: Mrs. Hugh Stewart wore a1 .beautiful gown of royal blue chiffon embossed with gold, over white-tulle, and satin. The - Princess : Kawananakoa was stunning in white satin with diamonds. r Mrs. ; Waiter "Dillingham; worn, beautiful French model, of white char meuse. ' ." . ' . . Mrs. Gerrit Wilder was In pink? . '. Mrs. George Potter was most at tractive, in ; a frock " of : white chiffon and satin, with real IaceC ' ;c Mrs. Frederick Funston was beautt ful in white satin and lace. , ; I Mrs. F. H. French was in gray, V Mrs. Charles Wilder, was : in white i The crowd wag a very comfortable lze for. the weather, about seyentj In all being present' - ' ; f ' - , y : - - Miss Batlers Swim hilngl Part f It Is difficult to imagine anjthlng more delightful than a din in hHnv Walkiki on these ; moonlight ' night . au mat everyone appreciatas . this fact Is evinced . br, the . number of swimming, parties that have been given during the week.' Miss Florence But ler was hostess' at : an especially; en joyable one on Wednesday evening. Her guests were Mrs Roland' Durstin, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.- Hawes. jr.,' Capt C: Steunenberg, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mr. and Mrs : Brown,' 'Mr , .xrid Mrs. Ayers, Col. and Mrs. LV.Wi ken non and several others. ' f 3Tr, Glade's -Dinner ;'T '.', T Mr. Conrad Glade was host at a de lightful "dinner on Thursday evening at the Pleasanton. The affair was to celebrate his seventy-third birthday, bis guests all being the old friends of his former sojourn in Hawaii. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred erick Klamp, Mr. and Mr. Gerrit Wil der,. Mr. Hackfeld, Mr.: and Mr.- O. Rodiek, Mr. , Paul Glade, Miss . Glade and Mr and Mrs Conrad Glade. The table was attractively, decorated with red carnations and maidenhair, other favors harmonizing. - . 4ft. '4ft ; . j ; .' '' Transport Dance " - - -v The dance at the Moana hot ol - this week,, complimentary .tothe passen gers on the transport from San Fran cisco, was. quite a gala event The world and his wife were there, many service - people coming even a from Schof ield Barracks and Fort Kame hameha to attend. Beautiful - gowns were worn "too, amply proving that these transport dances are taking an important place in the city's social cal endar. A number of gay little dinners preceded the hop, many peopje desir ing to 6how' hospitality to friends on the transport ' Mr. and Mrs. Bnehlj's Dinner ' - Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Buchly enter tained most charmingly at dlnnar last night at their attractive home at Wal kiki. The affair was entirely, informal EE - We have received a large - shipment of New Draperies from the famous Standish Milk. v v The rnew designs are exceptionally beautiful,; and coming from ,we are enabled to oir attractive 16 New Designs in Rochell 3 New Stripes in Standish .Voiles 5 Nev Stripes in German Linens 10; New Designs in Elmsel Cloth ii 10 New Designs l 5(Wn. . : : and Myrtle ' 50-in. Cloister Cloth--01ive, Brown, ,10 New Designs in Antoinette Rep Standish Homespuns - in Gobelin, ,. r .t--;-' : v jn atural' t v ; . - -. - V'.-- .';, College Stripes, -.V;i - .. M so much so that, allowing a shori Interval for .health' sake, the guests went swimming after dinner. With the moon blazing full tilt, on the wa ter, which was refreshingly cool after the summer day, the sale sea swim was most - delightfuL Among those present were -Lieut r and Mr. F-P,. Jackson,' Miss Emma Cooley Mr: iand Mrs. A: G. Hawes, Jr, Miss Florence Butler, Col. and Mrs. . L. W- Kennon, alid Capt. MarshaU Chllda - , J Dance at the Hau.Tre. ;, I : v The guests at the Hau Tree were hosts at an attractive little dance last evening, the big full'moon being the incentive for the occasion. The dance was arranged by' Mr. Ed win Seger man.; The pretty beach hotel was decorated with palms, hanging bask- .' Kon'lj tt taA carnations and cm, auu . w " iw. v - " i hibiscus, while strings of red Chinese lanterns were festooned gauy aoouu A quintet . played ? unusualfy catchy tunes, and .the dancing continued un til a late hour. Interrupted only by a aainty supper just before midnight Among those present were: Miss tiorence -H. Ferguson, : Miss Viola Caesar, Miss Ulio, ' Miss M: . Wester Velt Mr. Frank Dougherty Mlsa;Mar le Antonette Jaycox. Mr. Raymond Crichton, Miss B. Mi ' Seeber. Miss Wayson, Miss S. Hoermann,- Mr, Roy Patten, ' Mr. John Newberg, Mr. Westfall, Wm. Neland, Mr. Allan Ro diek. Miss Bredhoff, Miss "Wicke. Miss ina Ferguson. Mr. Slegford Moller, Mr H. RaDhael. Mr. E. W, Brown, fMIbs M. E. Guaid, Mr.'Harders, Judge Monsarrat. Mr. Fowler, Mrs.' Fowler, Mr. K. L. Andrews, Miss Izzard, Mr. Cosgrove. Miss Clara Engalls, Dr. Wayson, Mrs. Wayson,' G. H Buttolph, Miss Mildred Smith, Mr. WE. Clark, Mr. Brlgham Young, Walter G. Mar shall, Mr. Ed. Steel, Mr. Lew Hender son. Mr. E. Segerman, Miss C. ' Reed, Robert " Offey, ' Miss . Either White, Miss Pearl Littlejohn, MK K. Reid ford, Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, Miss Flanlgan, Mrs. Spencer, Mr. O. Olson, Mr. Rosenberg, M r. and Mr3. vctsr ecke, and others. . ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Klamp's Dinner. To celebrate the birthdays of Mr. Frederick Klamps and M r. Conrad Glade, Mr. and' Mrs. Klamp were hosts at a beautifully appointed din- "ner this week.; Among those present ll!sainnrrari ' tprEii: 0) values ; n in Milan Cloth ..... : '. , .. .. . v ? v.. y ' . 8 , were Mr. and Mrs. uerm vyiiaer, air,i and Mrs Conrad Glade, Mr. Paul i Gade, Miss Glade, Mr. and Mrs. Fran cis Mills Swanzy, Miss Louise Gir ard, and the host and hostess. . Miss Del Mar's exhibition. . One of the most. Interest events In the week's social calendar was the private exhibition of her paintings given by Miss Del Mar at the studio of Mr. Howard Hitchcock. The ex hlblton covered three days, . closing tnis afternoon at four o'clock On Anureday.MIss Del Mar received with Mrs. Herman Focke, showing a charm ing hospitality to all, : and great enthusiasm for . her art Nor was the enthusiasm ' confined to the hostess alone, , all of the guests, even those untutored in the letters of art, show ing great interest and delight In the paintings on exhibition;' Miss ' Del Mar Is evidently an artist of unusual ability, and her pictures, most of them finished In her New York studio, are marvels of skillful Interpretation. Her studies of children,' Dutch babies and their nurses, and heads or chil dren, drew particular attention, 'While a portrait of a Spanish dancer was the object of admiring comments l romi alL A few Hawaiian scenes, a marine view on the other side of the island, groups - of Hawaiian fruit were par ticularly fine, and thoroughly apprec iated by the Honolulu guests. ' Delic ious punch and cafe frappe were serv ed during the reception, as a', final touch to the day's enjoyment Yester day and today the list of those pres ent was even greater, as the artist' prestige spread abroad, all those ,fcho had been invited availing themselves of their. privilege. V , ;V' ; ty--.:;-.;' ';:".;. ; y jfrs. PnrdyV Luncheon I An attractive luncheon was given on Thursday, when Mrs. W. A. ' Purdy entertained at the Country Club in honor of Mrs. Hugh Stewart of Lo ' Ang3le8. An immense' brass.' jardi niere filled with long-stemmed Amef: lean Beauty rose 8 occupied the center ot the table, while the place-cards and other favors were harmonious: Those invited - to; meet Mrs. Stewart ; were Mrs. J.; A. Balch, Miss Irene Dixon, Mrs. E M. Watson, Miss Genevieve Bradley, Miss Christiana Bradley Mrs. William - Williamson and Mrs. , Harry Murray. .. ' :i " .' desiern I I Jfc .1 II M I I I I II i, ii- - i.. i , ,'1 70 o IS : V. . . . 25c. yd. 35c yd 40c yd 50c yd 50c yd - V 50c yd - Natural 75c yd v . . . J 60c yd Olive, 50c yd 60c yd t - Luncheon for Mrs.' Havens. Mrs. Arthur Berg entertained ;t luncheon in a charming manner oa Wednesday for Mrs. Wickham Ha- vens of Piedmon: and the ladies 'cf her party. - v . Besides the guests of honor, there were present Mrs.- Robert Newel!, Mrs.' George Wllhelm, Mrs. A. S, CcsV kiln, Mrs. Douglas McCaskey, Mrs. Archie Young. Miss GiUet Miss SaUU Haven and Mfss Geraldlne'Berg. ; - ;. . . .-. '. . y Fort D Russy Party. . - : , . , One of the pleasantest gatherlnil of the week took place at the honiq of Dr. and Mrs. Huntington at Fort De Russy on Friday evening when : a party of .Fort Shatter young peopla gathered "for a ' moonlight swim ca Waiklki beach. r.. r y . f ; $ ; No mall feature-of the evening entertainment was, a moonlight supf per which was voted a great success. After he swim the party repaired to the Huntington . home and . tbe re mainder of the evening was spent in dancing. The following Is a list of those present: Major Smith, Lieut and -Mrs. Matthews, - Lieut Lauber, Lieut, Calter, LieuJL- Comp, Lieut Hardigg, Lieut Rose, Lieut Sylves ter, Lieut Mudd (post surgeon). Miss Alexander, Miss Case, Miss O'Brien, Miss Martin, Miss Elinor Lenihan, Miss Kalherlne Lenihan. Mrs. Hunn's Tea. Mrs. E. McCormick was the compli mented guest at a pretty little tea yesterday given by . her daughter, Mrs.-5i Chester Hunn. , The ladies brought their needlework and.spenl' the afternoon witn that and lively conversation until four-thirty when delicious I refreshments were served. The decorations were large bowls of the Madame Hassinger hibiscus- ricu, red flower with 'a center so dark as to be almost black with the coot ing note of green ferns. Those Inv! ed to meet Mrs. McCormick were Mrs. J. T. Warren, .Mrs. N. Cousen3, Mrs- A. L. Andrews, Mrs. W. iB. Thomas, Mrs. J. A. Magoon. Mrs. EL V, Wilcox, Mrs. C McClelland, Mrs. J. JBelser, Miss Pope, Miss Carolyn Church, 1 Miss Harriet - McCracken, Miss Bertha Kemp, Miss Bergner ad Miss Lemmon. x . .-' ,l (Additional Society on Page 14)i v.r k - i. IK " '?