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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1011. WITH the hear and-the war t.i be discussed thre should b3 u fTl-; for Innumerable teas, hut. on the ot r j xund, the heat lfseonra; 8 n:u ac tivity and the war cues one some-j thing: to read and think about on (ine'n' Own cool lanai. Therefore, society folk ; are remaining preuy cioseiy ai uonie find the social happenings of the week ' are not at 911 exciting. One of the favorite amusements ..during these warm, sultry afternoons hen one does nJoy a social cup of ft a, is for every-' one to invite everyone else to have'" tea with her with the Inevitable result that everyone decides that it !.- too hot to venture out and proceeds f : The summer has 'been extremely quiet and wtre it not fcr the danrlng crate of the young set, the months j would almost be eventless. It means,! however, that people are resting, and J so this fall, when the absent ones havej returned from the statei andFurnpe with their tales of tnvcl anf adven-i ture, we shall expect to ee some of this stored-up energy expended in really gorgeous affairs. v . . A Recent Bride. Mrs. Lyman Herbert Bigelow, whose picture appears in loaaj s ihsue, a,j teenth of Ju'v. Miss Henrietta Tucker. She is the daughter of Land Commis-j f iloner J. I. Tucker and is a Honolulu girl. Mr. IJIgelow is 1 graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology end Is at present superintendent of. construction for the Honolulu rianint Mill. He is the son of a retired Bos- ton capitalist, and it Is iiosslble that; they may decide to make their per iranent home in Boston. j immediately alter weir weaamg, wr. and Mrs. Bigelow enjoyed a short honeymoon in the John Lucas home at llauu'.a, returning to the Donna where they are at home to their mends. They ; are planning a continuance of their j honeymoon trip for the near future which will take them over considerable ; territory on the mainl'nd. ' ' j Mrs. Bigeiow s weaamg roue, wiutu Rhe wears in the picture, was an im ported gown of exceptional beauty. It wan fashioned on a white satin foun dation and was trimmed with chiffon embroidered in pearls. Delicate sha dow lace was used over the sleeves, end silk embroidery, pearls and rhlne ttonea decorated other parts of the gown. The Jong veil of tulle was part ly covered by a shorter one of lace. As Mrs. Bigelow Is of a striking type, this gown was especially becoming to her. . .'' " -.'. '':' .. '', J . ., v" Mr. 'and Mrs. White Arrive. Arriving on the-Matsonia this week were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. White, with their (little babr daughter, who will make a short visit with Mr. White's 1 arents, Mr. and Mrs. K. O. White oi this city. ; . . . Mrs. White is a till, beautiful woman r.nd Is an accomplished musician. She v , .ranc In Yta ITlrct Prechv. litis utru uiMumii ...... tcrian church cf Fresno, California, for the past three years, and it is possible that she may be heird in Honolulu ere the leaves. Mr. White is a Stanford nan, and holds a responsible position with the Pacific Telephone and Tele graph Company, being chief cf the traf fic department with headquarters in Fresno. He is one of our Honolulu boys, well and favorably known here by a large circle of friends who gladly welcome him and his wife to Honolulu. Reception and Dance. A pleasant reception and dance was fjven at the McTighe residence on Spring street one avenlng last week In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Haines (Lillian McTighe) arid also as a farewell to Miss Frances McKay v ho left for the coast on the Sonoma. (r PROTECT YOUR COLIPLEXION Every woman who spends the Summer at the seashore, In the mountains or at some fashionable watering place should take with her a lew bottles of GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL I CREAM f to Improve and beautify her complexion and protect her skin from the burning sun, , bleaching- winds, and damp blht air. The surest guarantee of Its perfection Is the fact of It having been In actual use f-v 3 Tot nearly V'l thre Quart- t "II era of a cen- f- -4 Xury. It cannot be surpassed for the relief of tan, pimp les, irecklea and other blemishes of the complex Jon. At Druggists , and Depart : ment Stores. FEED. T. KCPKIKS & SCX. Props. 37 Creat Jeaes Stmt NEW YORK . mm f l 1 1 I wn jnj m m m VI j hi hi 5i2 id 5 tt i I XfC f4X " ' ' ''.'.-'' :'.:'""' X "' I S ' ' 1 i r. Mrs. Donaldson rilcan. wife of Lieutenant Sloan cf Fort Mrs. Sloan is a recent and popular adffiticn to the local army known as cne of Wv-t handsomest women in the army. The verandas were hung with American and, Irish flags. Music was furnished by a native quintette and a pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. The Invited gue3ts were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Davis. M r. and Mrs. Bal ester, Mrs. Strahl the Misses Hcllin ger, Thompson, Smith, White, Kenne dy, Beasley, Albounn McTighe, Fran ces McKay, Mae McKay, Messrs. Sleeper, Deese, Walker, Dwyer, Hol llnger, McTighe, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Haines. Mrs. 'McTighe 'and 'Master Cy ril McTighe. Cr. and Mrs. Carey's Dane. : - Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Carey are giving a dancing party this evening in honor of their daughter, Sadiee, and Miss Luita Arnold who s 11 Wednesday on the Matsonia to resume their studies at the College of Notre Dame, San Jose, Cal. - & Mr. Roorbach's Exhibition. :". ; ; Mr. George S. Rocrfcach, the-proml- nent artist wno is at present m uo j noiuiu uiiimuB fcmajr ui the Islands, being a native of Ha- Mrs. scenery, cas jusi co.upieieu piuus iui . waii. She is an accomplished musl- ess an esuiouion 10 ue i-i-m aw me iwuus .rlan and for several vears nast has Hctei in uctorer. a numDer or prom- been a prominent worker m the Chris inent society women have consented tlan church. The bridegroom, who is to act ae patrones?FS and the : event i also well known here, is affiliated is being anticipated with considerable with the Hawaiian Electric Company, pleasure. v ..' j Mr. and Mrs. Bowman have departed - Mr. Roorbach wo: ks exclusively in on . a short honeymccn trip, after water colors, and he has already com- ( which they will be at home in Hono pleted several little masterpieces tak- iulu. en from scenes in end about Honolu-j ,t rt lu'. Those " who ha e seen his worki Misa Dole and the Missfs Rowell Here. say that It Imbibes all the poetry of Hawaiian Bcenery. All of his collec- tion up to date has been sold and the exhibition will consist of Island pictures. ' Bostonians ,Entertaired. Mrs. George R, Carter entertained the entire company of the Juvenile Bostonians on Wednesday afternoon at her lovely Bummer home at Kaikou. The afternoon spent in the country was a refreshing trer.t to these young girls for their wark ,iz extremely stren uous curing those hot uays. lne time was spent in the various gamej and occupations which fill our sum mer playtime. Later, delicicu3 re freshments were, served and then the young actresses, after an afternoon of wholesome pleasure, returned to their hotel to prepare for their evening's prfcrmance. . 0 Mrs. Angus' Picnic. ' Mrs. George Angts, who is at pre sent occuylng the Schuman home at week at a very jolly picnic given In! ia next Wedfiesday. The guests went swimming, played various games and had a real good outdoor time. A de lightful picnic luncheon was served and heartily enjoyed, for appetites were made keen by exercise and th? sea air. . v4 fc4 w4 Beach Party at Outrigger. One of the pleasant beach parties of Armstrorg. set and is the. week is planned for this evening at the Outrigger by a little coterie off Manea Vallev neighbors As is usual with this sort of an affair they will have a swim in the sea, to be followed by supper on the club lanai. Tho32 who will, enjoy the evening are Mr. and 3V:rs. Charles G. Heiser, Jr., Cap tain and Mrs. E. K. Masse, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Clegg, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown,-. -Mrs. H. M. Alexander, Miss Harriet Collins, Miss Sallie Collins, and others. ; r .: v . .. . Ecwman-Hopper Wedding. A quiet- wedding took place at 8 oMcckon ' Thursday evening at the heme of Mr. and lrs. William I Hop. per when' their daughter, Miss Eliza beth I. Hopper, became the bride of James II. Bowman. The ceremony was performed by Rev. David Cary Peters, pastor of the Christian church, in the . presence of the immediate friends and relatives cf the bride and brldecrocm ,. ; The bride is well known throughout , Miss Clara M. Dole cf Riverside, ' Cal., together with Miss Adelaide Rowell of Brooklyn New f York and , the latter's nieces, the Misses Doro thy and Olive Rowell, is a visitor in Honolulu. Miss Do'e la a sister of Charles S. Dole of Ksuai. The Row ella are also related locally, their father be'ng a brother cf W. E. Rowell, "e wen-anown engineer. ,The party has been snending some davs on Kauai and returned to Ho nolulu cn Wednesday accompanied by Mr. Dele. They are enioying their visit here immensely and are delighted with Ha- Willi. . .4 Mrs. Hollowav'a Poi SuDper. Mrs. C S. Hollowav Is entertaining th!s evenine at an elaborate poi sun ner at her home in Nvuanu valley in honor of M'ss Elizabeth. Miss Phoebe , lovely dance at the Country club on and Miss Grace Carter and Mr. Henry , last Wednesday evening when he en Carter. Covers w'H be placed for ! tertained his friends of the younger! abrut 2i or 40 cf the vounger set. jset. As Mr. Tenney leaves In the near j After sunner th entire nrty will future for Harvard university where- ;nr-tor un to the Countrv club where TiI the evenmg wl" b9 .4 ,4 ,4 nn cf the 'B9ve8t ST)0TS about San .Franc'seo ?s T)v Tve- jt bas ben the fa"nit rrs-t th's Mmer rnd the reeFr hfs a Vv recorded. a lr' l:s of i;uilrirsv,'l cust?. It ofTor aj ports of en'rvrnns te""ii, Psh?n sw-InniinT. horeshak r'd'ng ;aT" the drxen and oth" thinra whch make un a well rounded dav's sncit. Put danc'ng is ne all engrcss- Yl i v ir-t Tesi7 SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. Grandson cf Gsneral Shafter En gag?d. Miss Dole and the Misses Rowetl Here. Mr, and Mrs. Hosmsr Comolimented. Dr. and Mrs. Anderson's Dance. Mr. Tenney's D-jnce. Mrs. Smith's Tea. The Leiters in San Francisco. Visitors. Mrs. Forbes' Picnic. A Recent B.de. Mr. and Mrs. White Arrive. Fraeh Party at Outricger. Bostonians Entertained. Mrs. a nous' Picnic. Mr. Porhach's Exhibition. Mrs. HoMoway's Poi Sucner. Bcwmsn-Hepner Wedding. Tahoe Tavern. irg amusement thpse davs and each even'ne thp rsinf ball room i3 r-ovflrd. Hre thp "hslf-ani-hnlf" ami . th '"J'pixe" .ire danced w'th the same entus'ssm as the hos'tf't'rn pnd the e'-p" nrviiar owp-Rten. The 1 ulu T'ado Pnd ethers of th var'or new dnnce stef arp qlso bf-ing assidurusly nrac t'cfd with n view cf being aent vh'i the- winter Sanson aptronches. Ment'o'ned amrnr thosp copsofniou-? thpfr graceful Hnc'nff ?t T;hoe Tp'-e-n vorp ir5- pvidoinh ""rkels and her sisters, the Misses Jolliffe. Nevj frcm Europe. Wcrd has been received frcm a num ber of Island people who are at pres ent in Europe, and in every case they have been safe and well. Mrs. Fred Knight recently received a cablegram from her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gaillard Smart, saying that they were safe and comfortably situ ated in ore of the suburbs of P'rs. Fred SMng'e, brother of Robert Shingle, is another traveler from whom word has .been received. The message announced that he was in St. Marks, Switzerland, was Fafe and was fortu nately equipped with ready funds, hav ing carried cash with him instead of letters of credit. The two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James Hind, who were attending an eastern school and who.;went abroad under personal conduct. .for the sum mer vacation, have not been heard from direct, but word was received from the principal of the school to the Jeffect that the party was safe. ? f r Announcement. The following announcement, has est to the many friends' 'of two well- known Hawaiian families: Mr and M,rs- E- J- "Weight request ir.e nonor cr your presence ai the marriage of their daughter Wilhelmina Rose and Mr. Edward Arthur Campbell on Saturday evening, September the fifth one thousand nine hundred and fourteen at eight o'clock, Haili Church, Hilo, Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Hosmer Complimented. Mrs. C. W. Ashford entertained the faculty and board of regents of the College of Hawaii at a lovely recep tion on Thursday afternoon at her home on Beretania street in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Hosmer, who are departing from Hawaii on the Mat schia next Wednesday., Mr. Hosmer, who 'has been a member of the board of regents of the college for some years, has accepted the chair of forest ry at Cornell and he, accompanied by I his wife and mother, expect to travel directly east to Ithaca, Ashford was a charming host- receiving her guests and usher- ing them into the prettily decorated rooms. - Flowers of the many differ ent varieties now in season were plac ed about in artistic vases while ferns and potted plants were attractively arranged. The lanai was a green bower of palms and hanging baskets filled with beautiful ferns. The afternoon was spent pleasantly chatting and expressing good wishes and farewells to Mrand Mrs. Hos mer. Later delicious refreshments Vetera aervnr! Afrc . AahforH tt-ac a a. sisted by her goru uron Ashford and her daughter, Sniss .Marguerite Ash ford, who are spending their vacations at home after attending eastern col leges during the year. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Hosmer. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Farrington, President and Mrs. Arthui L. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Dil lingham, Mrs. John M. Young. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bryan, Mrs. A. F. Letson, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Andrews. Mr. Leslie C. Clark, M'ss Mildred Yo- der, Mr. Huron Ashford. Miss Margue rite Ashford and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. ( Ashford. . Mr. Tenney's Dance. Mr. Vernon Tenney was host at a he will studv next year, the affair. was in the nature of a farewell. : I The charming little clubhouse waa beautifully decorated for the occasion, j In the center cf the large floor stood a huee loving cun skillfully contrived cf pink cherry blossoms woven into wreaths. The cut) 'was fashioned In . the sape cf a wine glass with a long s'ender stem ard Was filled with bil-j lows ci nuTrv tuue m aterent snaaes suggetlnr th wine. ' la the hotto"r was the p'nk tulle and over this wera the soft fo'ds of pale. areen, while on top were the daily puffs of white rep- resentine- nubbles. Heautifu hask r j, f fishtail ferns filled with a we-Uth t I targe siiaggv asters were artisticallv j grouped about th hall arrons the ismnMor clusters of ferns and flowers. An enormrus- basket filled w ith equ; s te blue hydrar.Reas also occupied a ccn'spicuous place in cne corner f the i room. ! The diningroom was converts ni ja charming Japanese garden with its I tall slender stalks of bamh o and its jl:ad of dainty pink cherry blossoms j which lined the walls and filled the ! rners. The small hall or alcove whre th musicians were seated was decorated ! tf represent a conservatory, giving a v very crol and refreshing effect. Doz ns of Icvely palms lined the sidps. while numeru laree han'e tic kets filled with feathery maidenhair or lmg fishtail ferns hung about in profusion. ! Everywhere the bright lights were sMbdued . with "'dainty nink shades, l which enhanced the pink and green beauty of the Oriental scheme. The docations themselves were not so ielaborte but thev were singularly ef fective and If has. been a lone tim since the Country Clnb looked the .bower of loveliness which it did on Wednesday even'ng. Miller's quintette furnished splend'd music for the gay dancers who danced one-stens, hesitations, lame ducks nd the other popular steps with untiring enthusiasm. At about 11 o'clock a delicious supper was served. Mrs. Smith's Tea. - Mrs. JuMa Smith was hostess at a most eniovable little sewing tea yes terday afternoon. The rooms were prettily decorated with clusters of i yellrw coreopsis which were arranged la handsome vases, while numerous pa'rrg and potted n'ants filled the cor-ne-- and vacant snaces. The ladies brought their needlework and a very pleasant afternoon was soent over the sewing bags.. Iater, delicious refreshments were served. - Gr?nd$on of General Shafter Engaged. One of the most interesting bit3 among the latest San Francisco news items wa3 the announcement of the engagement of Miss Henriette "'Bland ing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bland.ng to Chauncey Goodrich, sen of Mr. and Mfs. Edward E. Goodrich. Miss Blanding is one of the most gracious and intellectual girls in the younger set, having an exceptional talent for poetry. She has written art istic verse ever since she was a child and two or three years ago her father had some of her best work compiled in a book which he gave only to his intimate friends. Besides this book of poems, Which contains some splen did sonnets, Mi33 Blanding has trans lated the Iliad info English verse, and those who have had the pleasure of reading portions of it say it Is quite wonderful. She Is also a member of the Gayety Club, an exclusive dancing organizaticn cf the ultra-smart set, and has always been in demand at the smart functions. k Mr. Goodrich is a graduate of an eastern university and is a grandson of General Shafter. No definite date has been set for the wedding, but It will be a quiet affair some time in October or November. Mrs. W. Kelly and Miss Laura Kelly who have been the house guests of Mrs. S. S. Paxson for the past several weeks expect to leave on the Matsonia next Wednesday - Society Personals I Miss Ramona Morgan returned from V.zxi'x 'ast Thursday, j . M s. II. M 0ernd i? si t5' t. Frar.c's !!; ti-! in Fraiu is u M If trie JOiJin t f uar,.ii i th h' ii.- iX! sL-of Mr3 J. J F.els.-r. , Mr. and Mr?. K. G. Moore h::v- bein riding Sfveral days at the hKU h i Miss Eloise Wichroan. w!io is i-it-! inf or. Kauai, is e?ieotd home to uoi row n-erning. Mrs. A. H. Tarieton and ohildren hae t'efn vis'ting for the past few days at Kahuku. . Mr. ?.nd Mrs. G. H. Gere have :nov ed from their house on the Manoa road into one of the Gilman cottages cn l.ewers road. ,1 .4 ! Miss Jessie Ktnneily arrived hme Thursday morning from Maui where she had gene to ; participate in the week-end testivities. i VC v Mr. and Mrs. A. I. I.arnach an 1 Master Donald Larnach have rtttirr ed to Honolulu from a , week's outing at the Aubrey Hotel. Hauula. v I Senator James Coke has gone f Portland, Oregon, where he wiil join his wife. He will also visit his old home in that state before returning. ,4 Mrs M. T. Clegg. accompanied by her little daughter Nancy, will depart for the mainland on the Matsonia next Wednesday for a visit of aeveial months. . v Mrs. Parker of Fort Shafter was hostess at a large and en j jyable , bridge party on Thursday afternoon.' About f0 people were invited to be present. ; i ! Miss Cornelia Bryce, daughter of the former min:ster of Holland, and . Gifford Pinchot were married today New York. I v -S 1 Mr. and Mrs. V. 1-aBau and Mis3 Julia laBau, who arrived cn the recent Mongolia . from the coast and- have been staying at the Moana hotel, are returning to the mainland on the Mat scnia next week. , J Mr. W. A. Bryan of the College of Hawaii returned cn Thursday from Maui, where he has spent several months. Mrs. Bryan, 'who' accompan ied her husband on this trip, returned several weeks ago. M Mis Margaret Hopper, who left Eu rope just in time to escape the hard ships to which the formal declaration, of war has subjected many Americans,' is at the Beiievue in San Francisco. with her sister Mrs. Willard Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baldwin, whoar rived recently In.' San Francisco on, their way to Europe, upon learning the j true state of affairs on the continent j nave canceuea tneir pians. mey are staying at present at the Beiievue Hotel in Sm Francisco. . : : c J -Mrs. Richard M. Cutts, who ha9 been In the hospital with a broken ankle. Is Improving rapidly and has returned to her heme at Pearl Harbor. Mr3. Cutts, who Is a prominent member ot the army and navy smart sets, has been greatly missed by her many friends. v v Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Launch have re cently, moved from Lunalilo street to the old Keech home on Bingham and; Artesian streets, where they now are In Wednesd?y. ' The doctor had comfortably settled and at home to planned a trip abroad and has altered their friends. The property has lately his plans, owing to the unsettled con been purchased by George Robertson, ditions. He will stop at the Mayo who ha3 had it entirely renovated and brothers at Rochester, Minn., and will made very attractive. j visit the hospitals at Chicigo, New 4 .4 fc4 t York and Baltimore where he will at- Dr. J. H. Farreir will leave for a tend clinics-and take post graduate trip to the states on the Matsonia sail- work. ' - - . " ' - SCHOOL WEEK August 24 to August 29 School will soon begin, many things will be needed in the way of Clothing and Dresses for the Boys and Girls; also Household Goods such as blankets, sheets, .pillows, towels, etc., for the term at Boarding School. We lay special stress on the fact that we have a full and complete line of all these goods, and w e will give them special display room during school week that those interested may see what we have and at what fair prices they are offered. Special prices will be made on complete Boarding School Outfits during School Week this should be specially interesting. E6T. 18 5? z---.'t A girl can swing into p o p u la r favor bv be ing v e 1 1 shod. Those girls v h o v e a r Regal Pumps or Oxfords are not only shod in the best of style, but they arc comfort- able, too. llegal Boot Shop Pantheon BKig. ) ' I ; ! ,t '