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THtL HAWAIIAN 3TAK SATURDAY, MARCH 30. 1912.
OVER THE TEACUPS
Society Editor.
Telephone 279J.
SOCIAL. NEWS OF THE DAY.
Tuesday, April 2, promises to bo an
-'tiR clay for the women of!
Central is; ion church. I
At 11 olock the Woman',? Society!
wllL hold 'its regular quarterly meet- j
ins i the church parlors.
Matters of business will bo Inter
spersed with several musical numbers
This will bo followed by an "Ex
change Basket Luncheon" to which;
every one Is rcqiirated to bring a box
of. luncheon for one this to bo ex
changed at the church for that brought
by another. Tea and coffee will be
served.
At 2 o'clock the regular monthly
session, ol the Woman's board will,
coirvene.
All tadics of the church and con
gregation are cordially Invited to at- J
tend both of these meetings and par-!
tJcpato in (be luncheon and social!
hour. J
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Dn. John L. Gross, owner of a large
silver mine near Denver, Colorado,
who is making a tour of tbo world,
stopped hero Thursday and visited
with. Dr. James Haynes ot the Fifth
Cavalry, Schoflcld Barracks.
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The announcement of the engage-
Kapio-Palolo.
ment of Miss Grnco Robertson to Mr.
Itobert It. McEldowney was perhaps
not so much of a surprise na a pleas
ure to their many friends. The bride
to bo who is one Qt tho most popular
girls In the younger set Is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George 11. Rob
ertson. She received a p rtion ot
her education at Punahou but the
larger part of her school days were
spent at Mil's College. For several
years Miss Robertson has been visit
ing friends In California spending
very little time In Honolulu.
Mr. McEldowney lived for a timo In
Chicago where he attended the uni
versity of Illinois. Later he made hlB
homo with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
William It. McEldowney at BurKng
ham, California. For tho past two
years he has been residing In Hono
lulu. Although no definite date has been
set for the wedding, tho young couple
will probably bo married In June.
They will make their home In Hono
lulu. ft jt .
Society will be deprived for a timo
nf tho charming personality of Miss,
Alice Cooper whose severe Illness ne-
cessltated an operation at the Queen's
Hospital yesterday. Although Miss
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O CALLING DAYS FOB HONO- O
LULU.
Mondays: Punahou, College
Hills, Manoa, Maklkl.
Tuesdays: Walklkl,
lanl Park, Kalmukl,
Wednesdays Nuuanu, Puu
nut, Pacific Heights. First and
Third Wednesdays above Nuu
anu Bridge. Second and Fourth
Wednesdays below Bridge.
Fourth Wednesday, Pacific
Heights.
Thursdays: The Plains.
Fridays: Hotels and town.
Fourth Friday, Fort Shatter.
First Tuesday, Fort Rugor.
Saturdays: Kallhi. Thlra and
Fourth Saturdays. Kamehame-
ha Schools,
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Cooper is gaining strength rapidly it
will be some time before she will be
able to take an active part in tho so
cial activities.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Brown and
family and Mri and Mrs. Wells Peter
son will spend holy week at Wahl-
awa.
1$ i$
The monthly "At Home" of the fa
culty of Oahu College was at tho resi
dence of Prof, and Mrs. A. F. Grif
fiths last Monday night. Tho evennlg
was an interesting one from the fact
that Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Low
rey told of their experiences during
a tour of Russia, Illustrating the reci
tal by means of the reflectoscope. A
number of illustrations were thrown
upon the screen conveying impres
sions entirely new to many of those
who were present. Tho gatherings of
! ATTRACTIONS l
OUR STORE IS BRIMFUL OF INTERESTING ATTRACTIONS FOR THE
EASTER TRADE. "
FIRST SHOWING NEXT WEEK.
EASTER MILLINERY
Our Milliners have been very busy for their Easter Display and Ladies will find in
tliis department Artistic Triumphs in the Milliners' Art at Reasonable Prices.
Also a Complete Line of Fine Panamas, remarkably good values.'
MISS GRACE H. ROBERTSON,
Whose engagement to Mr. Robert IJ. McEldowney is announced.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
Tho only baking powder
mado from Royal Grapo
3 roam of Tartar
NoAlura.NoUme Phosphate
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ivcrs, Mr.
Gerald Irwin, Col. and Mrs. Sam John
son, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Judd, Mr. an.i
Mrs. Lawrence Judd, Mr. and Mrs. C.
S. Judd, Mr. nnd Mrs. James A. Ken
nedy, Miss Jessie Kennedy, Mr. and
Mrs. Klamp, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Kimball, Miss Helen Kimball, Mr. Wal
ter Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Kopke, Miss Bertha Kopke, Miss Es
ther Kopke, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Livingstone, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick J. Lowrey, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick V. Lowrey, Mr.
and Mrs. Sherwood Lowrey, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Love, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Mcfarlane, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mac
farlane, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macfar
lanc, Mr. Guy Macfarlane, Mr. and
Mrs. Royal D. Mead, Mr. Robert Mist,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Marx, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Macintosh, Miss Violet Makee,
Miss Beatrice MacLcan, Mrs. Tony
MacLean, Miss Laura Nott, Mr. Dixon
Nott, Miss Helen North, Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Paxton, Lieutenant and Mrs.
James Pine, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Paris, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Tenney Peck,
Mr. and Mrs. George Potter, Mr. and
Mrs. George Renton Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. R. Ross, Mr. William Roth, Mr.
Walter Rycroft, Lieutenant Robinson,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rice, Mr. and
Mrs. Gustav Schaefer, Mr. and Mrs.,
this particular character at Punahou In gowns thai wore superbly beautiful bell, Mrs. Coleman, Miss Cross, Miss
are very popular and are always well In materials and colorings, producing Alice Cooper, Mr. Alfred Cooper, VIs-
uttended. In the whirl of waltzers a kaleide- count Canavarro, Mr. Bert Clarke,
j .ft .t scopic effect that formed a picture of Mr. Robert McCorriston. Miss May
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bogot of Dsn- beauty for Ihosj who merely looked Damon, Mr. Henry Damon, Mr. Doug-1 George Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Ranny
bcott, jur. ana Mrs. Francis M. Swan
zey, Miss Nora Swanzey, Mr. and MrB.
Robert Shingle, Miss Marion Scott.
Mr. Leslie Scott, Miss Ethel Spauld-
ver, Colorado, are visiting the Hawal- n. Following Is a list of invited lass Damon, Mr. and Mrs. George Da-
ian Islands on their wedding tour, guests: vies, Mr. and Mrs. T. Cllvo Davies. I
They are stopping at the Moana Ho- Mr- Andrew Adams, Mr. A. L. C. At- Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Dillingham,!
tel. kinson, Sr. Aruna. Mr. and Mrs. Al- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dillingham, Mr.
ft ft ft - hert Afong, Mr. Frank Armstrong, Mr. Herbert Dowsett, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Unless all plans fall the Injunction an1 Mrs- bobbins Anderson, Mr. and Duisenberg, Mr. and Mrs. James
of the older Shriner to his younger Mr8, George Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. James Dole,1
lirnflmr in l4hnlfl nn tn tho rnnn" will
Frank Athcrton, Mr. Charles Ather- Judge and Mrs. Sanford B. Bic, Rev. Mrs. Frank Thompson. Muss Marv von
be carried out to the letter at tho ban- ton' Mlss Hen Achilles, Mrs. Helen and Mrs John Erdman, Governor and: Holt,, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jofin Watertiouso,
Miss Margaret Waterhouse, Mr. and
lug, Miss Blanche Soper, Miss Anna
Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tennqy,
Mies Wilhelmlna Tenney, Mr. and
quet to be given In the main dining Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bald- Mrs. Frear, Mr. George Fuller, Mr.
room at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel wln Matlal"e Brlnkhurst, Mr. E. K. and Mrs. Herman Focke, Mr. and Mrs.
rworc win i,n inM nt tho Bul1- Mr- all(1 Ml"8- Sam Baldwin, Dr. Harold GIffard, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
two large circular tables connected L
by a long straight one, and at the
smaller tables near them. There will
be a mound of burning sand on each
of the circular tables and at each side
of the long table will bo paths of
sand held In place by ropes of malle
At the plates will ba candelabras with
red shades, and from the large chan
deliers will be suspended lights with
hibiscus shades.
A miniature stage has been erected
nt tho Hotel street end of the din-
and Mrs. Will Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Gait, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Griffiths, Mr.
Mrs. Albert Waterhouse, Miss Agnes
Walker, Miss Cordelia Walker, Mr. S.
A. Walker, Mr. H. H. Walker, Mr. and
Frank Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Spen- and Mrs. A. Gartley, Miss Catherine Airs. John S. Walker, Mr. Richard
cer Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goodale, Miss Cordelia GUrnan, Mr.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. B. Faxon Bishop, and Mrs. J. A. Gilman, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bockus, Mr. and Francis Gay, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Mrs. .Robert Bond, Miss Irma Ballon- Greenwell, Mr. and Mrs. John Guild,
tyne, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo R. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hepburn, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carter, Captain Mrs. C. Hcdemann, Mr. and Mrs. J.
and Mrs. Clifton Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Hedemann, Doctor C. Hedomann, II.
Alfred Castle, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hedemann, Mr. Ed Hedemann,
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooke, Miss Harriet Hatch, Miss Marlon Hav
Mr. and Mrs. C. Montague Cooke, Mr. Hand, Miss Bernice Hartwell, Miss
and Mrs. Clarence II. Cooko. Miss Dorothy Hartwell, Miss Juliette Hart-
eady-flade APPAREL
The New Dresses include some of the Very Prettiest Styles we have ever shown in
Lingerie, Marquisette, Linen and Silk Dresses, featuring the now
Popular "Billy Burke Style"
Walking Skirts and Tailor Made Suits in up-to-the-Minute fashions. All sizes and all
different.
Postillian Waists
Now all the Rage on the Mainland. We are showing these in a big variety of styles and
only one of a kind.
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THE HOME OF THE CELEBRATED MADAME IRENE CORSETS.
JORDHN'S
McCalls Patterns
McCalls Magazine.
coon
A linn Onnkn Mra rVnrfrVirrwi Pnatln "M wnll fi TTvflt.CmUri V mwl HT r
ing room, on which talent from local, Mrg Bruco Cnrtwr, R Mr ' anJ Jud p Ha ; "
theatres will perform. There will bo ' , . , ' , ' .
, , , , . . iuio, iciu; v.ius"u' ii, mi. mm mis, i. airs, uuiiieinviiy, air. anu Mrs. i'aJl
ono hundred and twenty-fivo guests . ,. . ,. , ,, , . ,
" M, Church, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Camp- Isenberg, Mr. and Mrs. George Isen
present. . 2
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' , Mrs. Franklin C. Davis of Modesto,
California, announces the engagement
I of her daughter Inez Grace, to Mr.
Guilford Harrison Whitney.
I Miss Davis, who has been here but
a short time. Is tho sister of Mrs. !
Thomas E. Wall. She will remain in
Honolulu as the guest of her sister,
for several weeks.
I Mr. Whitney has charge of the in
surance department of Theo. H. Da-
vies & Co., Ltd., and Is the son of Mr.
G. M. Whitney, who established the
firm of Whitney & Marsh.
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Kalnalu, the beautiful Walkiki resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Jamas B. Cas
tle, was the scene last night of one of
the most brilliant functions given here
in recent years. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
B. Castle being hosts to the .large
gathering of society people present to
do honor to Miss Whlttemore and
Miss Robeson, house guests of the
Castles for whom the ball was given.
It was a welcome departure from
the quiet which reigns during thi
Lenten season and served to break a
rather monotonous period which grows
tiresome as time passes. Also It may
be considered as the beginning of a
season ot social gayety which will
follow in tho early spring.
Beautiful frescoes forming perma
nent decorations In tho large ballroom
obviated tho necessity for "painting
tho lily" so tho conventional, palms
and ferns were conspicuously absqnt
except on tho verandas which wore
used for dancing with a greator de
gree of comfort than could have been
secured Indoors.
1 Representatives of Honolulu's old
est nnd many of hei nowost waltzed
and two-stepped to the strains of
sweet music by tho Kaal Orchestra
until long after tho witching hour ni
which time delicious rofroahmunts
wuro served. Ladles ware charming
Wright, Mr. Guilford Whitney, Mrs.
W. M. Whitney, Miss Edith Williams,
Miss Dorothy Wood, Miss Elsie
Werthmueller,, Mr. nnd Mrs. William
Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wilder,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerrit P. Wilder, Judge and
Mrs. A. A. Wilder, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Waldron.
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On tho Manchuria which touched
hero last Wednesday was Raphael
Weill of San Francisco. He la taking
the western route to hi.i favorite Paris
htvlng as compagnons do voyago Dr.
rice
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