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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 1. 1!., SATURDAY, FEB. 5, 1910.
. Socloty turned out In full forco
lastv night at the Alexander Young
hotel when the. Pacific, nnd Unlvor-
. J1 Cluhs. tondprcd n ball to Rear-
Admiral 8ebreo and' tho Bcnlor om-
coM 6f the Pacific Fleqt;
i, jlever In iho history of Honolulu
h&vVio 'many, beautiful women nnd
exquisite, gowns boon seen at a pub-
He function,, Tho smart uniforms
and gold lace of the officers, the
decolleto gowns of tho fair box. tho
somber evening Attire of tho civilians
and the magnificent .electrical effect
of thousands of varl-colorcd lights
made a' scene that will' long be re-
mettlbered by all who participated, j
:' TJd' bains Were spared by the offl-
clalsof tho two clubs under whoso
auspices this dance was given to
make It tho brilliant success It was.
Early yesterday morning Mr. M. R.
JariileBon nn'd a staff of men busied
themselves decorating the mauka
paylllon; the makal pavilion was In
V?i- iihW'.V" S',"ou,,to1n
and nine bluojatko Is fro n the varl-
ous cruiser, of the" llg Eight." Each
.Mi680 c"lle.mo" vlod with each
other a. to which would have tho
r! ,i. ff !d bn,,-?m' wltn ,the
result that these pavl ons were doc-
orated In a manner that has never
been Burpassed. , . .
Mr. P. M. Swanzy was nppolnted.
chilrman of the Joint committee of
tlie,two clubs and devoted much tlmo
i v.,...ti. i.. ... ,u.
Iris,'. entorUtnment. Tho ceilings
Of'the two pavilions wero decbrated
wlih festoons of malln i,n.Br fnms.
etc,: The walls wero draped with
flags from the warships and hun
drods of pieces of bunting wero bus-
pended front, every point, that would
lend Itself to the decorators' skill.
Potted plants and shrubs wero
placed conveniently in corpers and
rit'tlt'e base,qfjhe platform on which
the'muslcUn's were stationed, f alms,
banjboos and'blnana trees were utl-
liteS to lepd ljelfbt to tho,. decora- old lace. ;
tloiii.nnd'wlth.the thousands Ot col-1 Mrs. B; M. Swanxy, a white bro
oredSllghts Ihterspersed between the coded satin duchesse with pearl and.
foll'sge'ahd bUht'lrig, the two1 pavl- diamond ornaments.. ,,
llWs ore transformed Into- veritable i Mrs.. Corwln P. Rees looked very
fary bowers. ' ' handsome in a mauve sat(a) (gown,
.The. entire roof-rarrten was eano- with' ieweled trlmminn and i - real
pled? and" the1 many "cosy corners"
were,- screened' with, banks of flowers
Q.rsrni, piacea ai convenieni in
tertals throughout the entire; root.
For'the beneflf of 'those who dd not
dnnje'e, temporary card rooms wero
fc(ed and fitted' with the requisite
tables, chairs, and the usual para
phefhalIavfor an evening! 'enjoyment.''-
'The Pathways leading from one
pavilion to another were lined by
potted flowors and shrubs. Hundreds
of). electric lights: were suspended
from the canopies and wl'tti the ex
quisite gown 'effects of the ladles,
the deep green of the foliage, the
brilliant uniforms of the officers, and
thp bright eager faces of the danc.
era, It was a scene that will In all
.t -W W'
T IS DECroEDLY UNSAFE jto
probability nover bo equalled In the
annals of Honolulu society.
Tho receiving party Included Rear-
Admiral Scbree, Ronr-Admlm!' Cor-
win P. Rees and Mrs. Rees, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis M. Bwanzy, Judge S.
M. llallou nnd Mrs. tlallou. As the
distinguished guests arrived Uioy
wre received and conducted to the
Pnlm Garden on the root where pro-
grams were soon filled and the bail
At 1 1 o'clock refreshment were
served by a corps bf Orientals. The,
Royal Hawaiian Hand was stationed
In tho middle of tho roof garden and
discoursed sweet music between
dances. Every detail had been
thought of to add to the beauty and
pleasure of the evening's entertain-
mont. Tho music was simply divine,
and hsd tlmo permitted, encoro lifter
encoro would havo had to bo res-
ponded to, so enthusiastic wore the
searchlights from tho Warships
Played' upon this fairy scene, and
gh,e(, the surrounding country,
Palms could b Beon nt tho foot J
Pflcfl-8 Heights, fanned by the even-
n br lh; mountn,,f8 were ev.
cry now and again Illuminated by
tno comblned rayB from tno Bcarch.
lghtB nntl Honolulu was transform-
cd Into fairyland.
,. , . .
T ,the accompaniment of Knal's
""h8"?. e dancers glided, over
the perfect floors and kept perfect
tlmo. Jotho rythmic strains of the.
'" , : ",,"" "" '. "f
duc, lRhtcr,. the gallant attentions
,f "n?10 fnm representatives, the
sparkling jewels and cxqulBlto gowns
maif. a3. rr"lty a plclure ns on?
wou"' w "" l0 TO0'
I Following Is -a brief description of
"iie of the more Noticeable gowns
worn a 'ast night's dance)
Mrs. Vr P.. Frear, a veryj hand-
some gown of white point d'esprlt
over white satin, and trimmed with'
lace. Her graeious .manners endear-
ed her to everyone,
a ner 10 everyone.
Mrs. George Oavles, pale blue,
crepe de chlno empire gown,- with
Mrs. P. Frear robln's-cgg-blue
crepe, with ecru lace and trlrnpilngs
of rersian biik.
Mrs; J, Moore Jr., black PorlB em
broidered satin, trimmed with Gold
lace, and with old cameo ornaments:
Mrs. Olson, old rone pineapple
silk, with Jet ornaments, fhls was
an exqulslto gown.
' Miss, Wlckstrum was tastefully
gowned In corn-colored satin, .with
' Miss Mary Headden of Fort Col
lins, Colo.', was decolleto' In a pink
Japanese silk and' panno, velvet
city water for drinking purposes. Our
WATER is healthful
So are our SODA;
"a triail order lor
a bottle of Distilled
gown. Her hair' was adorned with
a wreath of ro3Cs nnd she" carrloil a
large bouquet of English violets,
Miss Margaret (llddlngs of HJen-
ver,. Colo.. looked stunning lit nn
exquisite emplte prtnecis gown of
pale bluo silk poplin, trimmed with
black and tdlvcr.
MltB Julia Leigh qf Oakland, Cal.,
wote n pink crepe do chine pi'lueeis,
wun, silver trimmings ana pearl or-
Miss A. V. Tucker was in whlto
crepe do chine; -with pearl trim- nibnds.
mln8- Miss Flsko roro n 'crcam-whlto
Mrs. W. A. Uryan had on a very silk crepe, embroidered In pink
dainty white silk gown, with a pink flowers.
chiffon bodlcb, trimmed with lnce, Miss Protucr was gowned In n Co
and wore pearl and diamond orna- ponhagen blue untln with Irrldeacent
monts. I trimmings.
Mrs. A. J. Campbell was charm-' Miss Thathor looked stunning in
Ingly attired In a gold spangled .
gown over whlto satin.
Mtb. F, T. flush lookpd very hnnd
Fome In a peart braid brocade, with
pearl trimmings and with pearl or
naments. Mrs. E. DuJaenbcrg'was gowned In
n yellow crepo do chine empire,
trimmed' with gold garnitures.
Mrs. Whdhams looked handsome
In a black liberty satin gown.
Mrs. C. P. Morse was gowned In n
vory handsome golden-brown satin
princess, embroidered, nnd wore dla-1
Mrs. llrnlnard Smith had on a
lavender brocaded .satin gown, with
Mrs. Tcnney was becomingly .at
tired In n white lace gown over blue.
Mrs. C. Wilder woro n palo bluo
mcssaline, with real inco and ponrl
and diamond ornaments.
&trB. S. M. llnlfou looked very I
handsome In a black spangled net. ,
with.. Jet ornaments, and carried a
bouquet of La France roses.
Miss .Charlotte Hall wore a ,'pnle
pink chiffon with-gold spangles.
Miss Macfarlano looked stunning
In a yo16w cni)ilfo prlucess peau de
sole,, decorated; with bands of blue
panne velvet'T Her ornamentB (were
strings of pearls.
,Mlss Marie Douglas was attired In
a blue liberty latlii trimmed with
Mrs. Fred T. P. Waterhouse look'
ea. very nanasorae in a niue saim
gown covered 'with sliver spangles..
Miss Qeo'rgla Smith of Seattle,
Wash., was attired in a very" hand
some pink satin gown, with an over
dress of silver net, She, carried a.
bpuquet of lilies of the valley, .
Mrs. Marlx's gown was a blaclc
spangled net, with pearl ornamonts.
Mrs. T. Church had on a, vory be
coming white, messallne empire.
, Miss Ouisenberg had on a charm
ing gown 'of whlto laco.
Mrs. W. Whitney was gowned in
whlto crepe de, chine, with ' pearl
Mrs.. Turner was In creme muslin
de sole and green silk.
Mrs. R. H. Plotner wore a white
and free from
satin point d'csptlt empire gown,
The cordage .was tiimmod with cluny
lace.. Her' ornaments wcie coraU
Miss Norn Sturgeon looked strlk-
Ing In a handsome whlto satin gown,
trimmed with pearls.
Ml A1co Uoth woro a aaimon.
pink messalltio dieas trimmed with
Mrs. Flake-,; wifo of Captain Fiako
f (no Tennessee, woro nn imported
white embroidered robe nnd din-
n P'k chiffon ovor pink satin
Miss Ueatrlce Castlo woro a Nile
green satin, draped skirt, with crys
Mrs. Qlassford, wife of Admiral
Harry's aide, looked bewitching In
whlto chiffon with touches of Bold.
Mrs. E. J, Lord woro n Paris gown
of embroidered. lavender chiffon over
satin. Tho corsage was ornamontcd
with touches of real laco.
Mrs. Edward Watcon wbro a blue'
crepe that .was extremely becoming
to her blondo type of, bea'uly.
miss rtina urrig was ciaa in a me
teor mnlzo satin princess frock,
trimmed In gold net and' gold tissue,
Mrs. C. C. von Ilnnun woro a pink'
satin, tunic, effect, with over dress
of spangtcd not, .,
Mr. M. F. Prosser wore a whlto
satin gown, trimmed In cloth of gold.
Miss il. Ruth, Young looked regnl
In a whlto satju princess frock em
posbco in ve rei roses.
Mrs. ArcolUalu Young wore a
stunning gown of dave'ndcr mesca
line, ncnvijy. .einurujjruu aim up
Mrs. McNab. was most becoming
ly gowned n p .white chamojs satin,
trimmed In rqso point lace. . This
was an'. Imported gown and was a
French, model,,;,. ,
Mrs. Drcdgtwas clad. In old rose
satin. H , i
Miss McNab was gowned In blaclc
chiffon. , ",,
Mss Sullivan looked very beauti
ful1 In a pink crepe, heavily em
broidered. Mrs. Arthur Berg wore a white
chftbn, tho skirt bclug embroidered
with yellow roses. '
- TJrV Oeo. J, XgUr, n, D: Anderson,
Miss H. M. Anderson, F. II. Armstrong,
Mr. and Mrs C. II. Athcrton. Ucut,
Calhoun Ancrum, Mr. and Mrs. R. W,
Atkinson, Mr. and Mm. Henry Afong
Mr. and Mrs. I.. Abrams, Mr. and Mxs.
A. F. Afong, Miss Annlo Alexander,
Mrs. Angus, Miss Ethel Angus, Miss
Myra Angus, Miss Jean Angus, Miss
Agnes Alexander, Miss Helen Alex
ander, Mrs. Austin, Miss Nino Adams.
Miss Draco Ayer.
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Dush, Mrs. H. C.
Bond, Robert Rond, Mr. and Mrs. Sid
ney Oallou, Mr. and Mis. Arthur Berg,
W. H Balrd, Mrs. Charles B. Brown,
Oeo. I. Brown, Mr. and MrB. U 0.
Blackmnn, W. A. Benton, Miss I ruin
Ballentyno.Mr. and .Mrs. A. W. T. Bat
tomley, Lieut. Oeo. Bowcn, Mrs. Wil
liam Buerger, Julius floycr, Miss K.
Burnham, Mr. Frank Black, Mrs. Ada
Black, Mrs. Doedefeld. Mr. Baker, Miss
Blnlr, tho. Misses Brown, Miss Mabol
Boshor, C. It. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs., K.
F. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brown,
Mrs. C. J. Blllsbn, Miss Kathcrino
Barnetto,.MIss If. Barnes, Mrs. Boggs.
Mr. Percy Cleghorn, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry B., Cooptr, Miss CooporJ Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Cooke, Miss Graco M.
Cooko, Mica Margaret' Castlo, Miss
Beatrlco Castle Mrs.. A, O. Capwcll,
Capt. C. C. Campbell, Capt, and Mrs.
Costner, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carroll.
.Robert R. Cation. Miss and Miss It.
Catton, B. Cartwrlght. Jr.", A. h. Clark
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. F.,W. Carter, Miss
0. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Camp
bell, Dr. and Mrs. C, Bf'Coopor, Major
and Mrs. Creo, Miss Croo, MIeb Cox
(Fort Htiger), Mrs. Frod Church, MIsa
Nancy Cutumlngs Mr, and Mrs. T. M.
Cliurch, MIsb Nina Craig; Teo Fop
Chang (Chinese Consul) Hon. At S,
Cleghorn, Mrs. W. H. H. Chapman,
Mr. and Mrs. W, H. C, Campbell. ,
Miss I r ono DIcliBon, Mr, and Mm,
A, A. Ocas, Mr. and Mrs. George.
Davids, ' Major and Mra. Dunning.
David sA. Dowsctt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
.T. Dillingham. Mr. and Mrs. Bl Dulseif-
Korg, Mies May iamon Mrs. Theodore'
urcugo, aiiss vera uamon, nooi ucorr,
Mr, and Mrs, J. M. Downed, Mr,, and
Mrs, F. p. ,Danionv Mrnnd Mrs. C. W.
CaBO beerlng! MM.,. C-'du Hoi, Herbert
Dowsett, Miss Abblo Dow, W. E. Dill
ingham, Miss Uulct:)l)3r(.', Mr, nn.l
Mri S. M. Damon, Albert II. Dondera.
Miss Anna peas, M1b Oladya Dunno,
Mr. and Mrs. Clmuncey Dawcy,
Capt. C. W. Extor, Miss Ewart, Mr.
U Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. Erd
man. Miss Ethel Fitzgerald, Gov, and Mrs,
Y. P. Frear, Dr. and Mrs. P. F.,Prenr,
Coii8.nl .and Mrs. R. G, 11 Forstir, Mr,
and Mrs. Win, C. Furor, Cajt, nn1.MrH.
. Miss Daisy Or.ns, Mrs. Mary Gunn.
Cnpt, and Mrs. Graham, Mr. and Mlsm
Gibson, Mrs. John Glllls, Miss Jean
ctfo Gllllsc, H. K. Grant, Miss C. Oil
man, Dr. nnd Mrs. Grossman, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Gait J. A. Oilman Capt M,
M, Graham, Mr, nnd Mrs. A. Gartlcy
Mr. nnd Mrs,, John Gull-', MIfs Helen
Olivln, Mr. nnd Mm. Francis Ooy, Miss
Olddlngi. , w tSt'?... .
E. R. Hendry Mr,'' and 'Mrs. :0. F. '
llnnshall.jMrs, J, H.Uvunb, MiiVi
Helen lt.ilnugh, MrrVfci. Jl. Hoantrir-,!
Ralph 8.'HosmcrMr. nnd'jjl'ts. FOdf'
stead. Miss IJ. lloMAwoVt'.i;. Dr. r.ndi
Mrs. C. 11. High Mrs. .f.,' H ow&rif;. ,!
.Mr. anu pirn. u. . usupway l.mni.
Houston, l'ran!t tfnng. Mr; and Mrs.
J. R. liornhergcr Dr. A. G(toli;ln
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. It. Hchicn'Way Miss
Miss llcck. Mrs. Allen Untili'itum
Mr. and Mn:. A. Humbutg 'llijor W.
II. Hart Miss Mary Itarvey, Miss Mar
garct Harvey, C. D. Hall F. E. Hawcs j
Mr. and Mrs. Honry Holmci Mrs. A. j
G. Hnwes, Jr. Mr. .1. F. C. Hagons
Miss Chnrlotto Hnll Mr." and Mrs. Hoy
mour Hnll, Mnjor Hnlnoj; Mrs. C. Hir
py, Miss Hcddon Mr. and Mrs. A.
llanncbcrg Mrs. C. P. j. Hommo.llcn I
J. K. Hume. I
Mm. Alox. l3cnhcrg. I
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Jantlson Col. rn.I
Mrs. Joyce, Mrs. Hello Jones'.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Kinney, Lieut.
F. D. Kllgnra. Mies Moy T. KlugM
Miss Clalro Kelloy Mr. nnd Mra. J. D.
Kennedy, MIks Josclo K, Kennedy, Mrs.
A. B. Kncsef. Wnltrr Kendall Mian.
Ida Kopke. T. V. King. Mr. W. Kllroy,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kennedy.
Miss Julia Leigh, Lieut. B. A. Lewis,
Harold Lord. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lcnjs
Jr., Mr. anil Mrs. E. P. Iow, Judgo and
Mrs. Alexander .Lindsay, Capt. and
Mrs. W. W. Low, F. D. Uiwrey Lieut,
and Mrs. J. H. I.owls Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. Uiwroy, Miss Sarah Lucas. W. II.
Lymer, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I.-indti. Mr.
and Mrs. T. F. 1,-hnlng Miss Lucas,
Mies I.C1, Miss Gcnovlevo l.nngton.
fihorwood Uiwrey Mr. and Mrs. 11, F.
I.vwla. Mrs. B. T. Lord, Will A. Ijoxc,
Mrs. A. iJicklaiul, Mr. Luntlng.
R. E. Mist. Mr. nnd Mra. A. 1-7. Sir
phy, MIph Rose VcClellnn, Mlyi Jnso
phlno McClcllan, Mr. Fred McClollan
Miss 10.11th Mist Miss E. Motor Dr.
It. B. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Mead, Mr. and Mra. W. O. Miller. Dr.
J. T. McDonald, Mrs. II, W. W. Mist,
Capt. and Mrs. Marlx. Mrs. McCaskoll.
Miss Ella Mclnemy, Capt and Mra.
Geo. D. Moore, Dr. and Mrr. Harvey
Murray, Miss Mary Y. Moore, Mr.
James I. Mclnerny, F. P. Mclntyro,
Mrs. Tom McNab, Miss A,, McNab.
Robert McCorrtsfon, Mr. and Mrs. B.
A. Alott-Smlth. Mr, and Mrs. C. P.
Mdrso, Mrs. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs.
Z. K. Myers, Mil's Allco Macfarlano.
'Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Macfarlane, Guy
Macfarlano, C, H,, McBryduMlss Nol
llo'McLaln.Mr.' nj)d" M'rs'.C, P. Mbore,
tho Misses, Moore', Mrs. H. Meyer,
Miss Bcllo McCorrlston, Miss Violet
Makeo, Mr. and Mra. F. B. McStockcr
Oen. nnd Mrs. John McClollan, C. K.
Morgan, tho Misses McStockcr, Mr.
nnd Mrs. John Mooro, Miss Ethel Mon
uaratt, Miss Ewa McGregor, Miss Mc-
Galium, C. A. Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs,
J. A. McCandlcss, Miss Madgo Mc
Candlcss, Miss. Miller, Mrs. G. E. Mc
Miss Helen North, E. A. Nowcomb,
Mrs. nnd Miss J. K, Oder Mr. nnd
Mrs C. 11. Olscn, Miss U Oaprom, Miss
Mrs. I. C. Parker, James J, Pago,
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Prosser, Miss Pros
ser, Mr. and Mrs. U T. Peck, Mr. W.
C. Parko, Lieut. Pardee, Mrs. Pardee
Geo. C. Potter, Mrs. Rosa' Hooper
Platncr, Miss Lilly Paty, Mr. and Mps.
Geo. W. Peavy, Mr. and Mrs. M. Phil
lips, W. Pfotenhaucr, P. P. Prentiss,
R. W. Perkins.
W. P. Roth, Miss Allco Roth, Ad
miral and Mrs. Rccs, Dr. and Mrs. J.
11. Raymond, Miss Ada Rhodes, Mr.
and Mrs. W. T, Rawlins Dr. Carl
Ramus, Miss Constnnco Rcs(arlck, J
A. Rogorp, B. W. Rico, Miss Rycroh,
W, S. Rycrott, Mr. and Mrs. B, A.
Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Rodlok, Mr.
and Mrs, J. M. Rlggs, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Schmidt, Miss
Georgia 8mlth, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. B.
Smith, Miss Elnora Sturgeon. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Rannlo Scott, Mr. and Mrs. G. IC.
Schaefcr, Capt. and Mrs. B. A. Sturgcs.
Mrs. Agnes Sullivan, Mr, and Mrs.
Bralnord Smith, Mrs. Honry W, Seale.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Swanzy', Miss Ethel
Spauldlng, Mies Allco Spauldlng. Capt.
W. T. Scnlos, Mrs.' M. IT, Scott. Miss
Marlon Scott, Mrs. E. J, Spalding,
Miss. Josophlno Sopor, MIsb Blanche
Sopcr, Col. W. S. Schuyler, Miss C.
Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. 11 W. Sutton
CIibh. A. Stanton, Miss 8. M. Sheldon.
Mrs. Chas. Stevens. Mr;. Blnclslr, Miss
8. C. 'Stcrrltt, Mrs. Schnildt, Mr. and
Mrs. JVC,, Smith, Llout.'p.. II Shcrl-,
. Mlpa Thnfelipr. Mlna JCnnn TiipVnr.
Mrs.-Ilsrry C, Tum6Y:iMPr and .Mrs.
B. D. Tumioy, Mr. nnd 'Mrs.. W.. V,
(Thnycr, .Jllrs. Turner. -M(s Turner,
Aiiea -innmpson, .iins,v,vuneimiiia
Tenney,' Mrs. T,- H. Taylor: '
it Mrs..',Clfllre Uecko, 1S. Uyeao (Jap-
' Mr. nnd''Mrs. IL M. von Holt, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C, von llumm, Miss Van
Mrs. B. II, Walbrldgo, Capt. and Mrs.
W. H. Winters, Mr. nnd Mrs. CM.
I Indsay Walton Miss Agnes Walker.
G. II. Whitney, Ucut. U I Willis, Mrt
and Mrs. A. F. Wnll. II. F. Wlchmnn,
Miss Bertha Wurtz. It. S, Wright, W,
Williamson, Mrs. E. M. Watson, Miss
Woods Mrs. P. Watson Capt. Wins
low. Miss Julia White. Miss Agues
WlriKtpim. H. H. Walker, Mr,' nnd
Mrs. 8. O. Wilder,' Col. nnd , Mrs. Wed-
lake, Mr.nnd.Mts.T'. Wlldatftho
MIeeos Wnlurlioimo Mra, .E. C. Wnto
oiy T i 4 fi.
& is the fcoaD tnat
Cleans WitKouk Rub-bing.,
Ask your Grocer,
he fails you notify
Blgar Won.!, Mrs. J. A. Wilder, MIsh
Dorothy Wood, Judge and Mrs. W. L.
Whitney, Miss Kathcrino Woodford,
Miss Wlrtmiillcr, Miss Wndmnn, Mr.
find Mrs. A. A. Wilder, Miss .Margaret
Walker Mr. nnd Mrs. u T. Warren
Miss Wnltun. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. 0. Wal-
.Km, Mr. nl Mrs. Chas. S. Wright,
Mrr. 0. K. Wilder.
Mr. cinl Mrs. Alexander Young
Miss llerlhn Young, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Young. Mr nnd Mrs, J, O. Young,
Miss Ilanlvt Young, Mr, and Mrs. J.
Ono of the musical 07cuts of tho
season will bo tho song recital at tho
Yuuns Hotel next Tucndny evening.
In which Mr; Hugo Honor will pre
sent Mrs. Hugo Hcr.or, Miss Irmgard
Schaefcr, Mr. Christian Jenkins nnd
Mr. Henry Clark as soloists in a wplt
arranged programme. A ladles' quar
tette in which Mrs. Horzer, Miss Con
stanco Rcstarlck, Miss Bchacfer and
Miss Adn Rhodes will King and a
chopis ofthlrty voices In tho opening
chorus from Ernialn', wlilc!, Mr. Honor
has (arranged for mixed voices, wilt
bo a very interesting feature. Mr.
Hcrzer has dono much in the last
fow years in bringing local talent bo
foro the public and tno hearty support
tho public havo given him fn his
former recitals In Itself siwaks well
fpr their artistic merit. Tho recital Is
given under the following distinguish
' Mrs. Walter P. rrear. Mrs. 8. B.
Dalo, Mrs. E. A. Mott-Smlth, Mrs. Cor
wln P. Rees, Mrs. Sanucl Dunning
Mrs, E. D. Tcnney, Mrs. Geo. Herbert,
Mrs. s. M. Damon, Mra. Arthtir F.
Wall. Mrs. Robert Uwcrs, Mrs. E, E.
Wlnslow, Mra. B. F. Dllllnghnm, Mrs.
F. J. Ijjwrcy, Mrs. F. A. Cchaefer, Mrs.
J. S. McCandless, Mrs, U L. McCand-
loss, Mra. II. JL von Holt, Mrs. W. W.
I,ow, Mrs. J. B. McQrcw, Mrs. E. P..
Bishop, Mrs. W. W. Hnll, Mrs. A. G.
Hawcs Jr., Mrs, IL B. Rcstarlck, Mrs.
Albert Afong, Mrs. L. Tcnnoy-Peck.
Mrs. A. A. Wilder, Mrs. J. J. Bclscr.
Mrs. M. Phillips, Mrs. S. O. Wilder.
Mrs. F, W, Macfarlano Jr Mrs. Jns.
Judd. Mrs. Frank Athcrton. Mrs. Fred
Smith, Mrs. Robt, Atkinson, Mrs. CI
W. O. Deerlns, Mrs. Fred 11. Angurf,
Mrs. R. A. Jordan,. Mrs, James Lylo,
Mrs. Julia Macfarlano, Mrs. S. Angus,
Mrs. C. F. Chllllngworth, Mrs. Ebcn
Iqw, Mrs. O .S'.valn, Mrs. N. M. Gra
ham, Mrs. Elizabeth Church, Mrs.
Gcorgo Davles, Mrs. Allan Bottomley,
Mrs. C. B. Cooper. Mrs. CIlVo Davles.
Present of Hawaiian Flag,
A handsome H&wallan flag at
tached to a Koa word start and tied
with red, whlto and b'uo ribboiiswas
sent to the Bishop whnrt last even
ing, to be rendy to bo received on
.the arrival of the steamer .Makura,
It was n gift from Governor Frear.'
to the Columbia Park boys. The, pre-
sentntlon speoch was to havo beon
made by his secretary, Mr, Clndlus
Mcllrldo, hut as conditions worp not
at all favorable, the address wns not
to be heard by the young voyagers,
forwlmm the Irinuer was Intended,
Tlleying will be sent on boar.d todny.
RAT and ROACH Paste
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joiv orpKviK.wiu fwuna yvur
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Miss Cordelia Oilman's luncheon.
Miss Jctslo Grant wns tno com
plimented guest nt a luncheon given
by Miss Cordelia Oilman, on laut.
Monday, nt her Wutklkl home. Tllo-
party wns In tho naturo of n faro-. MS
wun, ns aiiss uriiui lull luuicuuy,
on tlio Makura. Only Miss Grant's
Intimate friends were Invited, covers
wero laid for twelve..
Tho advent of tho United States war
CEscla comprising tho Pacific ductal
commanded by Admiral Uriel Sebrro;
on Monday, January 3lBt, was tho oc
enslon of giving great Joy to tho ieo-'
plo hero, who hall thy jcturn of thcrot'
warsmps wun cntnusiasm ami wnosu
devotion to th United, States navy';
is nover so apparent ns wncn an or- vj
portunlty presents Itself to honor tho t
officers with all tho attention thnt can
bo accorded them. Honolulu sot tha -t
social machinery In motion Tucsdey .
night and It will not stop as long r.a
tho fleet remains. If every ball to bq ,
given is as successful ns U10- at ,
the Monna Hotel they cannot fall to
bo a sourco of satisfaction. Tlio bcau-'j.
tlful lintels on tho beach or In thy,'"
town nro Ideal places to hold a i"1
clal function of any description, but,..'
a dnncp Is better appreciated and on-''
Joyed when held In .ono of t,ho largo
up-to-dato ball room's, such ns Hono-
lulu's hotels can. bo Justly proud of. '.' '
Tho entrancing' danco music only to
bo heard on tlicso shores Is nnother .
link in tho chain of this Irrvslsllbla
exhilarating pastlmo which such mu-
sic makes n iosslblllty. Tlio lovely f.
setting nnd decorations nro almost a
dream of beauty and nlonsea tho nyJ Vs'
of tho beholder, and Is n nover forget-
tablo pleasure to witness. J ,
Tho United States tevcnuo cutter
Thetis nrrlvcd In iport tho early 'parti '
J. . - i, I.L. . ... ,1 . v..
oi tno wcur wim mi'iiiy-iiireu jujr .-.
nncso jwacliera In cuitody, and an nl-''1.-most
Incredible number of wings andj
fenthors from tho birds 6t Laysah-
un l.tbtnnakv lulnniln Tim urlinlftjttn
slaughter of tho beautiful Bongsterji
bids fair to bo stopped at least in .'
Undo Sam's territory. With tho aid i
of Buch an efficient commander as
Captain W. V. E. Jacob aud his alertT
officers these depredations will soon r
bo suppressed, and. lot us hope that'n ';
good oxamplo will follow, other lands -:
profit by. It aud tho feathered bcnutlosi"
bo sparod, oven If tho demands'' of.
damo fashion bo donicd and mlladl,
has to look for other .Adornment for ,
her "Mister hat, Itf
Mr. and Mrs. A. Humborg nro book-'!,
cd to sail on tho Mauna Kca Tuesday,'."
yobruary Sth, for.n,,xlU o tho yoI-3
cano,. " , f r,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Densham sailed .
for, tho coasfou tho Alameda' February
2nd, whoro they will settle permanent
ly. Mr. Dcnshum has been on tho Ad-
verllsbr's start for romo tlful. They
worif ladou with lels, nnd'g-. host .of
friends went to seo them dcjWt nnd
with them bon voyage. W!, '
-it w jt ,l '
Mrs. Wnltor Hoffmann ls)6pcnd!ng
the weekend at tlio Klam). cottagq
at Knbala. ?$ "'
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