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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1911. Nil Oil At ft hi; -ii in in1 in it -tl HONOR GUEST AT PRETTY LUNCHEON Mrs. Clarence Short Complimented By Miss Williams in Waikiki Home. RS. CLARENCE SHOUT of 11 Monlrpii! was t he eonipli II 1 Hinted guest at a lunch V I eon, which was Riven by , fi Miss Williams, at her Wai kiki home. Jlr. and Mrs, Short are planning to make their home in Honolulu, and lor the pres ent are the house guests of their cousin, Mrs. Ciaire Eloise Williams. A picture appears . of Mrs. Short in the society columns .of this issue. Al though this young inatrpn lias been in Honolulu but three months, she has made a host of friends, and has been the incentive for numerous social functions. Mrs. Short was a great social favorite in Montreal, and prior to her marriage was a reigning belle in that city. At Thursday's entertain ment she looked charming m a French gown of white, elaborately trimmed with baby Irish lace. As she sat at the right of her hostess, at luncheon, she won everyone by her vivacity and charm of manner. This affair was one of the most elaborate of the week. The color scheme was pink and violel. The circular koa ta ble was covered with an exquisite cloth of Chiny lace, and the service plates were in white and gold. In Ihe center of the tub e was placed a fan cy basket, filled with violets, and Montrose carnations, in a pale shade of pink. Lavender tnlle was tied on j the handle of the basket in a bow knot design. Corsage bouquets were' found at each place; and worn during the afternoon by the guests Attrac-, tive hand painted place cards, orna- ' mentcd with violets, marked the places of the guests. The bon-bons, Jce3 cakes, etc., carried out the col or scheme, of junk and green. On this occasion the Princess Kawanu-i mi koa looked very lieauiiiul in a; black striped chiffon. In the corsage of this Kri'iich creation, was a (ouch1 of cerise velvet. A Rembrandt hat.; encircled Wi'h plumes completed the costume. Mrs. William 'Williamson, was a picture in white sal in. veil 'd; with French Margrisette. with Ihe; yoke and sleeves of rose point. A i large black hat. covered with white Illumes, was worn with lliis chic cos-; tnme. .Miss Claire Williams looked stunning in a black Chant illy lace frock. The edge of this stunning, gown was furnished with a deep banilj of black satin. A bandati of gold, fin-: ishod with gold roses, was worn in j her coiffure. Her sister. Miss Edilhj Williams, wore an equally stunning gown of pule pink Margrisette over pink satin, in semi-hobble effect. The hobble was held in place by an em broidered band of gold. The corsage was also embroidered in gold. Mrs. Edward Timberlake's frock of chant-i pagne colored silk was much admit'-1 ed. Real lace ornamented the sleeves; and corsage. A large picture hnt adorned with bird's of Paradise was; worn and was exceedingly becoming ! Miss Beatrice Castle locked pretty I and girlish in an embroidered crepe,! with a Idack satin hat. Mrs. Charlesj Chillingwnrth 'looked regal in a lav ender gown, with a French leghorn, trlniinel in lavender flowers. Miss, Sarah T.ucas looked very attrac- tive and pretty in a ' whl'e Marquis ette' gown. The edge of this frock; was trimmed 'Wth bp.by blue satin, I ami the upper portion of the band was outlined with gold braid. Touches i i v,v 1 MRS. CLARENCE SHORT AND CHILD. :: :: :: :: a :: :: t: a a a :: :t a :::::::: n :: n :: :: t: :: u of blue satin were effectively used on the upper portion of this pretty frock The large white hat, trimmed in Ce cil Brunei- roses gave the needed touch to 1 he costume. Among those present were Miss Claire Williams, Mrs. Clarence Short, Miss Edith Wil liams, the Princes Kawananakoa. Mrs. Edward TimberUike. Mrs. Wil liam Williamson, Miss Beatrice Cas tle, Mrs. Charles Chillingworlh, Miss Sarah Lucas and Mrs. Elizabeth Church, ' Mrs. Harry Mscfarlane's Luncheon. Mrs. Hurley "f Falls River, Massa I chusetls, was 'he complimented guest a! the luncheon Ihal was given Fri- IMtM I mmmm- '-P : 1 Allow Your self To Ce Enlightened on the Player Piano Question The PIANOLA PIANO stands alone-as the only instrument of this type which ac tually enables the untrained performer to play with the finish and EXPRESSION of a TRAINED PIANIST. , ....... Remember that "player piano" means any piano containing any player. WrtiLt PIANOLA PIANO means a piano containing the world ' famous PIANOLA itself. Favor us with a call and allow us to show you what the PIANOLA PIANO will do. . THERE IS A PIANOLA PIANO FOR EVERYBODY. If you have a Piano let us show you the PIANOLA. With this player you get the same results as with the PIANOLA PIANO. Actually there is but one piano. player in the world which thus" instructs those who use it. 1 This piano -player is .the PIANOLA, of , f m- " . i V r; ,-v- """ which Paderewskrsays: Vv,;:: " It is Perfection." Prices: $225.00 $250.00 . . $300.00 $350.00 ; Berptrom Music Co., Ltd., 1020-1022 Fort Street, Honolulu. day afternoon by Mrs. Harry Mac farlane. This affair was given at. the Country Club, the pretty club house was decorated in pink and green. In fact, this color was adapted for the luncheon table. The thirteen guests and their hostess were stated at a large circular, table, bedecked with rose geraniums, and smilax. Each pliice was marked by dainty, hand painted place cards. At, the conclu sion of the luncheon several rubbers of Tiridge were enjoyed. Among those asked to meet! Mrs. Harley were Mrs. Hubert Atkinson, Mrs, George Potter. Mrs, Richard -dyers, Miss Alice Mac fariano, Mis.ii Arthur Wilder, Mrs. Walter Fnirteis IHllinghani, Mrs. Samuel Dunning, Mrs. Macomb, wife of 'Hrigadler Ceneral Macomb; Mrs. Harry Baldwin, Mrs. Edward Tenney, Mi'?., Herman Focke, and Mrs. Ar- ' I bur Drown,.. ,.., Mrs. Tlmfcerlake's Luncheon. One ef ljie most beanliful lunch oqus, pf, ljie;. we;k was ))rosiile( over by Mrs. Edward Timberlake of Fort linger. Jyine covers encircled the ta ble. The color scheme for this exqui site affair was yellow and violet. The round table, was covered with a luiicfieoh clolh "of embroidered grass linen. A fancy wicker basket was placed in Ihe middle of the table. The base of Ibis pretty floral container was hanked".' yi;h purple violets, plumed yellow chrysanthemums were arfir.lically arranged in the basket, and broad yellow satin ribbon was knotted on the handle, the si reamers trnlliu -ill' a graceful effect over the rose embroidered cloth. The lunch eon favors were corsage bouquets of pnrpK1 vlidW.M',1"The places of the Kuests were marked by cards, with 'the hostess moilogram A. W. T. in gold. The charming hostess planned "llridgo'' for the ' afternoon amuse ment' for' her guests. The prizes were extremely pretty: The first, 'Bridge was won' by Mrs. Arthur Marix who wart' presented with a beaten brass 'Jardiniere, filled with violets. Mrs. Johnston possessed the sec ond best 'scoie and was awarded a hand painted card case. Mrs. Pay son, wife of Lieut cant Colonel Pay son, who was the motif for this beau tiful entertainment, was presented with n guest prize, which was a book of fatuous Madonnas. These rare works of art were bound in a cover ing of violet sik. Among those pres ent beside the hostess and her guest of honor, were Mrs. Neville, wife of Major Neville, of the U. S. Marine Corp; Mrs. Johnstone, of Fort Shaf ter, Mrs. Marix or the U. S. Marine Corps,,, Mrs. Kennedy of Fort Shaf ter, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Clark of Fort linger. . . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Judd's ! Dinner. Mrs, McCully Higgins was the guesl of honor at art informal dinner that was given Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Judd. A profu sion of carnations was used in the adornment of the table. Covers were arranged for eight. After dinner a musical evening was enjoyed. , . Mr. and Mrs. Rawlins' Dinner. Mr. ami Mrs. William Rawlins en lerlained Sunday at their home on Wilder avenue. This entertainment was In the nature of a dinner. The .round table was beautiful in Its ap pointments of cut glass, silver and rare china. A fancy basket filled wllh Shasla daisies ornamented the center of the liible. Butterfly bows of tulle were effectively used In orna menting the handle of the basket. These tulle bows were placed promis cuously over the table. Sprays of the daisies and fronds of baby maiden hair were placed here and there among the bows, producing stunning' effects. The favors for the dinner were miniature baskets filled with daisies and maidenhair. These bas kets were placed on standards- tf '"llt:1 Among those seated arnqj,fhiff tractive table were Mr.-amifrAjwi'H-" Ham Rawlins, Mrs. JCewel of'lnn'efi apnlis, Minn.; Mr. and 'Mrs. .Douglas" Mackay of Washington,' and Mr. and Mrs. Mnckajv; .of Seattle,.' Wash;" . . . : ',;' Engagement of Society Girl i Announced. Cards have been received announc ing the engagement of Miss Else Henjes to Mr. Otto von Flnckh. Mis3 Renjes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ueinrich Renjes, who formerly lived in these Islands. Her mother was one of the beanliful Coney girls, and her father was a senior partner or Schafer & Co. For the past fif teen years they have been making their home on the continent, spend ing most or their time at Wiesbaden, although Miss Renjes was educated in Paris. She is a charming young girl, is a petite demi-blonde with dark brown eyes and fair hair. She ami her mother spent last summer as the guests of Mrs. . L. A. Coney, who is the grandmother of this beau tiful girl. During their visit in Ho nolulu Mis. Renjes and her daughter were the recipients of much social at tention. Mr. Ot'o von Flnckh is a capitalist of Wiesbaden, and presi dent of the Deutsche Bank of that city. The wedding will take place, just before Christmas of this year. " Mrs. Smith',3 Bridge Party. Only Die "service women" were In cluded on Airs, binrbs iuvitaiionai list when she entertained at Bridge Wednesday ulternoon. The preny home of Doctor and Mrs. Smith at Fort Shafter was beautifully decorat ed with palms, hanging baskets of terns and yellow chrysanthemums. The score cards of rice paper were extremely unique. On one side were! painted quaint Chinese figures of men and women in their national costume., while on the opposite In Chinese hi ergljphics was expressed the wish for a Happy New Year. The prizes were won by Mrs. Samuel Dunning, Mrs. Sheedy and Mrs . Putnam. These young matrons were delighted witli their trophies which were (lowering Chinese lily bulbs growing in jardi nieres of Canton china. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Smith's hospitality were Mrs.. Samuel Dunning, Mrs. Pardee Mrs. Edward Timberlake,, Mrs. Chap man, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Roy Smith; Mrs. Winters, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Sheedy, Mrs. Arthur Marix, Mrs. Wil lis, Mrs. Frederick Ramsey, and oth ers. Dinner on the Eve of St. Valentine. Major and Mrs.- Edward Timber hike have issued invitations for a dinner to be given on the thirteenth of tills month, wliich is the eve of St. Valentine. This dinner will be an ex ceedingly elaborate affair, only the members of the younger set have been invited. Lleu'enalit Andrews, aide to General Macomb, will be the guest of honor. Secretary of War Uickerson and Mrs. Dickerson are old friends of Major and Mrs. Timber lakes. Lieutenant Andrews is a first cousin of Mrs. Dickerson. As he la a recent arrival in Honolulu, Major and Mrs. Timberlake are making it pleasant socially for him. Lieutenant Andrews is charmed with Honolulu, and has become, even during his short sojourn in this city, a great so cial favorite. He is residing at. the University Club. Young Society Girl to Leave for Coast. The many friends of Miss Athalie Levey will be sorry to hear that she has decided to take up a permanent residence on the Coast. , She ,, will leave March the eighth, on the Sierra for Berkeley, California where her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Monroe, are residing. Miss Levey has been visiting 'her grandmother Mrs. L, A. Coney, who resides on Richard street. For the past six months site has been the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coney on Kauai. Wherever this young girls visits or resides she is a universal favorite, for she makes numerous friends by. her unaffected ness and charm of manner. Major and Mrs. DeWitt's Dinner. Major and Mrs. DeWitt entertained Wednesday evening'at dinner at their quarters at Leileliua. This dinner was given complimentary to Major and Mrs.. Morse, who leave tomorrow on the transport Logan. Covers were laid for ten. The table was fragrant with roses, and maidenhair fern made a beautiful setting for the center piece of pink roses. The host and and their guests are coming in town today to give this popular Army cou ple a fitting sendoff. , There is presen'ed throughout the year no grander opportunity for the display of one's choicest gown than at the mask ball of the Elks, which this year occurs in the spacious gal-' lories of Ihe great Alakea wharf, on the evening of Febru.iry 21. It is acknowledged one of the social events of the season, as indeed was proved last year when the Elks mask ball, in connection .with, the carnival, 5 .. as-. m V r. ft'. & ! ';''' 1 ti I I Mrs. Walter Frear's Luncheon. ' Admiral and Airs, Cowles', Dinner. ' ' Mrs;' Harry Macf,aiiane's Lunj'hpoivj ; Bridge'at the. C'onnlry ClabJ;' !' Miss, Williams's Luncheon.: ..' ' Major and. Mrs. Dituniirg's Dinner. !:w..a,, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson's Dinner. V ;' Mrs. Timberlake's Limche n. ,j' Major and Mrs. De Witf's .Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. -Brown's, Dinner. (;.',' f United Service Bridge' Club. ...'' Major and Mrs Foster's Dinner..1 '-. : Mr. and Mrs. Marx's Dinner. , Mr. and Mrs. von HoK's Dinner. Miss McGuire's Coming-out. Party, Mrs. Atherlon's Luncheon. Air. and Mrs. Judd's Dinner. Major and Mrs. Neville's Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Rawlins' Dinner. Mrs. Tenney 's Pol Luncheon. Mrs. Smith's Card Party. was given in the roof garden of the Alexander Young Hotel. When it is considered that this year's ball will be given in a place where there is more room and that, Ihe scene 'of the dancing is nearer the festivities of the sideshows and the rest of the carnival, and that there is every probability of there being twice as many people present as were pre sent at last year's ball, the coming event assumes proportions calculat ed to meet the wishes of the most exacting. The ball will be everything delight ful. There will be ample dancing space provided; refreshments will be available and plenteous; there will lie facilities for promenading and ob serving others; the welcome smoke for the gentlemen will find its place at proper Intervals and in comfort able quarters; the participants in the dance will have the pleasurable op portunity of gazing down on the heads of the merry makers on the crowded main floor of the great shed; con fetti will fill the air and those de lightfully runny stringers which coil about the heads and in the hair of friends and acquaintances will be shot forth like shells in mimic war fare. Most of Ihe patronesses asked to act have accepted and the publication of the list of their names only awaits the completion of the fester by one or two final acceptances. Mrs. Tenney's Poi Luncheon. Mrs. Herman Focke, who will leave' shortly for an extended trip through Euroiie, will be the motif for a poi luncheon, which will be given this afternoon by Mrs Edward Ten ney. The large table will be decor ated with leis, and Hawaiian fruits, and will be laden with Hawaiian deli cacies that are so dear to the Kama ainn. Only the intimate friends or the guest of honor have been bidden to this affair. After luncheon the hostess nnd Iter guests will make lli ma leis for the approaching kirmess. Admiral and Mrs. Cowles' Dinner. French daisies and pale yellow sat in ribbon adorned the dinner table, when Admiral and Mrs. Cowles en tertained at dinner Tuesday evening. Tlie dozen places were marked with hand painted place cards, to match the center decoration. Among those present were Admiral and Mrs. Cowles, Major and Mrs. Edward Tim berlake, Major and Mrs. Stevens, Captain and Mrs. Marix, Miss Cowles and Lieutenant Rurrel of the Navy. Governor's "At Home." Governor and Mrs. Frear will bo at home to callers, both residents and strangers, on Monday afternoon, Feb ruary the sixth from four to ! six o'clock. ., General and Mrs. McComb Will re ceive wi;h the Governor nnd Mrs. Frear. Mrs: B.' L. Marx and' Mrs. John Waterhouse will preside over the tea table and the following ladles and gentlemen will also assist: ?i'ss Bernico Hartwell. Miss Doro thy Hartwell, Miss Lily Paty, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Dillingham, Dr. and Mrs. P. F. Frear. Miss Wilhelmina Tenney, Miss Jessie Kennedy, Miss 'Muriel Howatt, Mr. John Waterhouse and Mr. B. L. Marx. Major and Mrs. Dunning's Dinner, Major and Mrs. Samuel Dunning entertained at dinner Friday even ing in honor of Rear Admiral aud Mrs. Cowles. White roses and maid enhair fern formed an exquisite dee oration. Covers were arranged foi ten, and were marked by exquisite cards. The host and hostess and their guests of honor are enthusiastic "Bridgers". After dinner the even ing was devoted to this absorbing game. Mr. and Mrs. Kennicott's Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Kennicott, who are guests at the Moana Hotel, entertain ed Monday evening in honor of Judge and Mrs. A. A. Wilder. Her Bour ganvillia vine formed all, elaborate decoration for the beautifully ap pointed table. " : '':' . Mr. and Mrs. Marx's Dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Marx enter tained at dinner, Wednesday evening, at, their home in Nuuanu Valley. Cov ers were arranged for eight, the color scheme was pink. The quickest way to ruin the FLO HAL I'AKADH is to let iitlvcrtlslim' features in it. I'se your liillucnce ngiilnst such an Idea. i II -ii I Sill 1,8 SHH EVERlRrtH15 : Mvffi! FoTwFMPusfiiiciuBMowniwJi : 1 m liewMi 37GfttTJomssn - New Yotm.. - Dear (o the Hem is of the Women. , DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER An Indispensalle"and Necessary Article for f articular Women who Desire to Retain a Youthful Jlppearance. nature lias bestowed upon her. 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