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EVENING, nULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. I!., SATI'RDAY, APR. 23, l1o
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A- Pi.EA.RANT TOMiC BEVERAGE "GOOD FOR THE APPETITE'1
Ryeroit's Fountain Soda Works
Last Saturday very few made (lie
auto trip to llalolwn, as the weather
In town did not iromlto good fonds.
Thoso who vcuturcd wcro repaid and
repoit the ronds never In letter
shnpc mill the we.ilier In the country
line. It hag continued go nil tho week
at Halelwn. Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo
Schnofcr, 13. II. Clark and party and
K. 8. OJordrum nnd party were annuls
thoio mnhlng tho trip.
" Thu-beailtlfiil Princess David Kuwa-
nannkoa shed tho radiance nf her
guests enjoyed tho all absorbing gamo
Mlis Wood's Luncheon.
Miss Dorothy Wood wns n luncheon
hosiers Tuesday, entertaining leu of
her friends at her homo on Thurston
avenue. Tho affair was given In hon
or of Miss Ilcnjes, who Is visiting In
Honolulu. Tho tnblo was ornamented
with I .u Franco rotes. Handsome
cards decorated with dainty rigurei
dono In water colors served as placu
cards. Among tho bevy of pretty 'girls
rhnnn.' ,, ,h. ml.l,l mnlfllnn "' Pl"" ' M,M WO0 a '0lnlll.V
who were at Pasadena to t.kP In the r0 "I"9 "TVl!S;,J W" "j0"'
, , , ,. . , ., ' . Miss Dalfcy Orns, Mil? Ethel 8 paid ns
estlvlto of the polo mine, and ho wmUnlna Tenney, Miss Wcat-
Z',iCVLTtrnMw rlc" Holaorth, Mhs Edith Mlerer.
hotels in tho southern C. illinium city. ... k '. .. . , ... ,,
BhohaabdenthanuMtalaminiteror 1 Allco 8"all,ln m,d M,M R
elaboratu functions and. Ins, In her
turn, entertained In her pleasing man- ..
tier. She has been it Buost at Santa tn- E- Faxon B1,hoP Luncheon.
Ilailiara, returning to San Krnnclsco, ! . '. "xn nisliop entertalni'd n
where tho presides over an elegant number of friends nl lunchif 11 Thurs-
homo and entertains lavlehly. She Is ''!' Tlio dccoratlo-ts of Iho table
making plans to return to her Ikland wcio both dainty an I artistic. Covers
homo In May. After her vUlt hero wcro In ad for fomtccu.
sho Is contemplating h visit to foreign 1 t w
parts. s I Mrs. Charles ElFton wlnj nrrlvcil on
' Iho Siberia. Is being welcomed by her
. Mr. and Mrs. North, accompanied numerous friends In Honolulu-Mrs.
hv Ihf-lr ilaiichter Miss Helen North. Alston was an iKland girl and Is lis
permanent residence In Seattle At 1
this entertaining gnuio Mrs, I'red '
Ilurh won the flinl prjro, 11 dozen
Ciintoii IkiiiIIIoii cups. Jlr. ttus.li was
nwqrdrd the gentleman's pilto, it hand
uomo leather collnr box. Mrs. Karwell
was qulto pleased with the guest prlrc,
a I'ecn Jardlulcr. The Bcoro cards
wcro most unique Chinese figures cm.
housed on rtco nnper.
Mr. and Mr. Lowrey'i Garden Part;
Tho garden paily glen by Mr. nnd
Mis. Ki oilerlck Jewelt Um'iey last
Saturday In honor of Mrs. F, IL Day
nnd Miss JcssIct Irwin will Hko Hit
place on the social calendar amongst
tho most memorable of tho season,
Mr, nnd Mrs Iowiey have a way of
making their parties distinctive and
delightful, everything being attended
to with elaborntc'detall. Saturday af
ternoon nothing was left undone to
promotei'ie pleasure of tho guests nf
honor nhrt. the ones Invited to meet
Is an excellent bridge player ,on the ' '1'em' jrOl.owijr. Mrs. Day and
n 1 i. ..1 i..,'. ,1. .MIbb Irwin received on the beintlful
ujnb iiw.v, u iiwtxi-vui.vu ,,".j c........ , ,
loft on tho Siberia for Orlenttl irts
and will be absent' seveial months.
MIhs.Noi Hi Is veiy popular among her
joung friends nnd held (nlu a tecev
Hon on tho whaif, whero iho was al
most burdened with els,-"tho parting
gifts of thosa who camo to with her
Cant.iln and Mrs. flobards' Dinner.
Captain and Mrs. Prank Itobards cn-j Mra. BeUer's Bridge Party,
tcrtalncd nl dinner Tliursday ovenin?
In honor of Captain nnd Mrs. Pulium,
U. S. A., nnd Captain and Mrs. Fred
erick Ilnmscy, U. S. M. C. Tho tobln
wan adorned with scarlet carnations,
whllo artistically placed were silver
caiidlcabvn with beautiful -red silk
popular an 11 matron ns rho was dur
ing her girlhood dajs. This Is saying
a great deal, for Mrs. Klston; who whi
n i.ui.'Olau of this clty.vivas on of
tho lelgnlng belles. She Is noted for
her charm of 'manner nnd affability,
the hoinngo paid her not Inning spoil
ed her, ns It does bo many society
Mrs, Jack Ilclpor ontortnlued Mon
day afternoon In honor nf thn talented
ynimg singer, Miss Ka i.lndeman.
This pretty homo win tastefully dec
orated for tho occaMon In cirnntlniis
Mrs. Philip Krcar was awarded the
second prlio, a handsomely embroid
ered center piece. All the guests cut
for tho consolation prize; Mrs. Knlke
cu( ",0 lowest card, thus securing t)iu
prize, an hory paper cutter. Shortly
after flvo o'clock delicious rcfiesh
fncntB were served. Among thosw pres-
ciu wero .ir. jiick lie sur, ji ss I.1IIUC-: . , ... ,. .11,.
mnn, Mrs. Philip Frear. Mrs. Abies, I "cc,1 '" W","c,cnt ,kukMl ,rcc:
Mr- nn..r.v M fl.Jo K-l,,..! 1 Tlll M" 8Plrkll -With Cllt glRSS lllld
- ..a..-..,, .. ..... 'n"ii
:,:3ZrT".r" " - tea was from
- ' J trt a Ttin iimrlnna Inutnn sitrrrtt.tiil.
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Ing Hip homo nf the Lowreys was fill-
M.r. Lowrev nnd son iiAhnrlnz
tho Rtictds to the receiving party. Mra.
Day haB spent most of her married J
niy in iionoiuiu, an-i insieau 01 ucing
met by strangers she was greeted by
numerous friends, which proved de
lightful. Mrs. Andrew Fuller nnd
Mrs, Wllllnm ltlchurds'Castln iiourcd
tea and coffeo at a tnblo which wns
, Dougherty. Mrs. Gcorgs Kluegel, ,, . """",.' ,.' "" J" " ", "
. Day of San Francisco, Mrs. David- B'lv" nn,,, ,r"ro 0,,, cMm' T '1con f.r
t. i m.i.. nl..". it 1 1 i, nf Uie n,1,d ornamented with
Mrs. J. .Morion Ulggs. Mrs. Undo- , . . .
Mm. Mnnsarrnt. Mrs. Cinrlcs Hon,
Mrs. Arthur Ilerg. Mis. Jidin Angus,
ed with well dressed women gnwnedj
In beautiful gowns and plctnro lints,
flaljy colored parasols were carried.
! A Hawaiian quintette club was sta
tioned on n slopo of the lawn and
sweet melodies woo sung In lha
drenmv manner which Is tvnl-al nf
Doctor and Mrs. Cooper entqt tallied ti,n country. A number of guests not
at n "chowder" In honor of Mr.li .i,ii.i n,ri, n, iw, iri
rtenjes. This affair was given at tlio ' croumU of Ihelr lxml n.i bn.in,,. lil
visited tho hoiiso ns well. 'This home
'Is nlwnys conHldered hcmillful nnd nr-
Mrs. J. Levy, Mra. c. Darlcls,
Fred Angus, Miss Colm.ni,' Mrs.
bnih, Miss Jean Angus, and"
Df. and Mrs. Cooper's Chowder.
Cooper's beautiful suburban home on
(he side of Diamond Head. Tho party
motored to this homo .In time for tho
bu riper, which was reived at six
o'clock. About forty young married
coupIch were present. Owing to lack
of space thu inmes can not bo glvon.
It Is needless to say that nil tho guests
oxpcrlcncud an enjoy.iblo outing, for
their host and hostess are noted not
only In these Islands, but by tho peo
ple of San Francisco for their hospi
Mr. anti Mr. Glnnntiv' fiarrf P.irtv
Bridge most ccitnlnly holds Its own
In Iho hearts of tho inoinbcrs of tho
smart setj na nt both ocul'ng nnd nf
ternoon fiinrtlfjns whore cards uro
planned for tho nniusemciit of the
Buesla briilgo'whlet Is Invariably the
gamo chosen. Monday opening proved
and potted palms. The tables wero. no exception to Iho rule, Hion .Mr,,nud
arranged dn the drawing room nnd din-1 Mm, Olgnoux cntertnlncd In honor of
shades. After a Biimptuous dinner Jug mom. Tho guestB arrived n llltlolMr, and Mrs. Jack Farwoll, who will
Captiltt nnd Mrs. IWutnls nnd their before Ihrea o clock. Mrs. l-cvy, wno lonvu very; thortly to tako up their
tlstlc, but with It ndnrnment of rosi".
combined with Its Oriental rugs, old
mnhognuy and priceless curios, it ap
peared Ilka Fairyland, and thn uni
versal comment .was one of admiration.
Among those present were
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One tf the nivs
ilyltt or thit
Frederick Klamp, Mrs. Kenjos. Miss Juno, graduating In tho physical and
Ueiijes, iy nnd Mrs. Mnckall, Dr. and iiyKenic denartment Everv one knows
Ml- Rcuddcr. Mrs. U. A. Jones. Mm. "'.. uuartnieni. hvery one Knows
Jhiiics Kenuedy. Mrs. Wnltcr Hoffman tho high curriculum of this college,
Mrs. (leorgc llodlek, Mrs. Kdwnrd and what n diploma stnnds for. Miss
Wiiton Mrs. Kdwnrd Tenny, Mrs. Onnn will not only bo awarded this
llornum Focko Miss Wllhclmlna Ten- honor, but after her i-rsdunilnn will
Mr. nmt Mrs. Howard llllcboock. Mr., '"' ","" 'v" "" " ""'. """" ""' J o given n insltlon In the physlcul nnd
and Mrs. U Temwy Veck Mrs. I.ocko Kennedy. Mry nalph Hosmor. Mr, liyBcc .loparlment of tho Packer
Mr and Mrs. T. Cllvo Davles Mr. and Tliompson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ath- Co,ogate , Ullute i irooklyii NY
Mrs Wllllini Illclinrds Cnstlp Mr erlnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. ItlrhnriU. Governor -""lh'10 '"" 'ul '" JirooKiyn, ..,
Newcomb ills" Nowc"mib Mr and ''" ". Frear. Mrs. Frank llalstead lhl "'e 'M. This Is not only re-
m Ainn.n rinriw Mr'mwi' Mi- . Mis. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Cus- mutieratlvo, but a isisltlon of great
Wallace Fnrrlugton, Mr. nnd Mis,
Ilcnjnmln Dlllliighnm. Mr. and Mrs I
W. W. Hall, Mr. nnd Mrs Frank Dam-'
on, Mr. nnd Mra. J. Wuldron, Mr. audi
Mrs. (Ins Schaefer 'Mrs. ilomuor Mrs, j
noeiieieni Mrs. i-jiicn weaver. .Mrs.
Kimball Mrs. I.orrln Thurston, Mrs.
Ponrsou, Miss Charlotte Hull, Mrs.
MeStotkcr Mr. Joseph Oilman, Mrs.
John Walerhnuse, Judge and Mrs.
Weaer, Mrs. Ilallentyno Mrs. Snni'i'd
Wlhlpr Mrs, Kllrnbeth Church, Judga
tlo. Miss Margaret Castlo and many
Honolulu Girl Honored at Wellsley.
Tho many friends of Mrs. Mary
Onnn will tin dellghtod to henr that
her rhajmlng )0img dnughter. Mlrs
l'Mna, liaii won honors In Iho physical
department nt Wellsley. Mlhs Onnn
hns secured these, honors by conscien
tious and arduous study. She will
responsibility for a pupil as young as
Miss Ounn. Prior to her entering
Wellsley this oung girl took n two
' years' course In gymnnatlcs at thu
Huston Normal. Tho course also In
cluded the Ollbert method of-nsthetlc
dnnclng, which Is recognized oven In
fiormany nnd France. Oroat dis
appointment has been experienced
since tho nows arrived that this tal
ented girl will not spend tho summer
Miss flunn spent her summer vncnr
Hon In Honolulu, and during her roJ
Journ she was one of tho belles of
tho Outiger Bet nnd was tho Incen
tive for much cutertiilnmeut.
. -W WW... U.MW, .
Tho Palolo Social Club wna thol
guest of Mrs. Ormlston last ThursWyJ
evening. A number of games nf iedmj
wero hotly contested uiul resulted llil
Mr, and Mrs. M.Trlll capturing tho flrptl
prizes. Dellcli.us refreshments wprflj
served after tho games. Among thosqv
present wero: Mr. and Mrs, Fostc-rJ
Mr. and Mrs. Oinilstnn, Mr. and Mrs
Merrill Mrs. Hideout Mr. nnd Mr all
Hod. Mrs. Charles Schoenlng, Mnoj
Wright. Miss Dmilelsou. Miss IMiel'l
Day iljss Katherlno Iludwny, Mr. MoJ3a
Oarvlc, Mr. CI do Wright.
and Mrs. Alexander Lindsay, Mrs, recelvo her diploma from Wellsley thla months in tho Islands. Two cars ago Additional Social on Pages 15 and lOj
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