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CVCNINQ BULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. IL, OATUftDAY, MAY G, 10)1.
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BRIDGE PARTY IS
Mrs.. Frederick Klnmp Entertains With Seven Tables Buffet
Tea a Feature of Occasion Violets Make Beautiful Color
Mr-, Frederick Mniup's llrldgo I'urlj.
AN clnhnralu bridge parly mm
given yesterday nfternonu by
Mm. Fredoilrk Kramp. Almut
forty Invitations were Issued
for (IiIh nffulr. Thcro vvero
spveti tables of bridge Quito
ii nmiilii'r of tho guests who cltliiT
hail other social engagements or ero
not disponed to bridge nunc In later
Tor tlio biuret ten. Refreshments were
served nt ii long tnlilo In tlio dining
loom, with u tea cloth of climy laco.
In tlio editor of tlio tnlilo a largo cut
glans howl wu8 placed containing
I'lilmcr vliilctH. Small crystal bowls
with those purple flowois woio ar
ranged promiscuously on the exrpilslt
ly appointed table. Satin ribbon was
combined with tlio floral decorations.
This violet liildgd1 party will he num.
beted mining tlio pleasantest enter
tainments of tho season. Pilzos con
sisting of handsome arter dinner cups
In a rare Japanese waro wero uwnrd
eil at each tnlilo. Tho card tablcn
wore ariangcd on the latial and In the
drawing room. Tlio seoio cards wero
hand-painted with rores and Inlets.
Among those Invited were Mrs. c II.
Wood, Mrs. Kmll Waterman, .Mrs.
Clinton ll.illentyne, Mrs Maniile
Philips, Mrs Myers. Mrs James
Dougheily. Mrs. Ijukl.inil. Mrs. Wll
IIiiiiih and Mis. Wilbur of Foil linger,
Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Warner. Mrs.
Hell, Mrs. Winters, wire of Captain
Winters, Mrs. Schmidt, Airs. .1. Mor
ton Illggs, Frank HalBte.id, Sirs. A.
H Humphreys, Mrs. Joseph Swnrtz,
Mrs. Ilolxly. Mn. Forstcr. Mrs.
Kohaefor, Mrs (larlonbcig, Mrs. Fred
crick Damon, .Mrs. Clark, and others
Concert At Moana Hotel.
Tlio Conceit given by tho ICIIolnna
Musical clrclo at I he Mo.inn Hotel
wan -in enjoyable n If air. the following
excellent progiam was icmlered:
A Short Survey of Fiench Music.
Kd gar A. P. Newcomli.
Selections from Uoinco et .lullello
Mrs I.. 'I'eiiney Peck. Mrs. Ilnvv
nnl llllchcoek. Mrs. Flunk Ath
erlon. Mr3. Willi im I'arbes.
Narcissus at tliu Fountain
Mis. Cliiuilo H. CMchiau.
IUatio Duo And inle et Schorzct-
Mis. William Wostorvolt, Miss
Kch of lllue Chnmlnade
Open Thy lllne Hyes MieHonul
.iiih iiiiuiii n. vvcigui.
Itoiiiro et .lullet'o Uuiiund
I) Arlesbviuo ltlzet
Mr. Wlllliim 1-nvo. Ml IP'nJiiinlu
Marx, Dr. Ornioml Wall. Dr
Daiihu Mncalue for Two Planin ..
Miss Carrie McLean .Miss Caro
Kti Sourdlno ltenolils llahn
Un Iteve A. NIImiii I'vschi"'
This delightful aromatic
Mis, Charles II. Cioper.
Sonaln for Violin ami Piano
Co'ar Franck Dc'U-IMH
Mis, Aithur It. Ingalls. Miss Mai-
Selections from Carmen
Mr. I.. Tenney Peck. Mrs. Ilow
nid llllchcoek. Mrs. Frank Alli
eiton. Mrs. William Foibcs.
Miss Tenney's Luncheon.
Miss Agnes Walker, Miss Claire
Williams, Miss Jesslo Kennedy, Mlm
IMIIh Williams. MIks IIuiIIiii Koepkc
Miss Mutlcl llowatt. Miss ItoMo Her
bert, Miss Helen Alexander, Mb a
tlustav Schacfer Miss Violet Mnkce
and Miss Alice ltolh enjoyed tho bos-1
pllnllly of MIrs 'Wllhclmlnu Tenney
estenlav at n luncheon that was glv-'
en nl her homo on tho corner of J'en
sac la ami l.unalllo stieets, Tills was
tho second of u series Hint Miss Ten
ney has been giving pilor to her do
parturc for the innluhiud. Pluk loses
and maiden hair formed an elahoi.ilo
Wednesday Bridge Club.
The Wednesday llrldgo Chin held
auotlier of their uijnynhle meetings
this week at the homo of Mrs. Tinn
er at Hilt linger. The prizes of C.in
toti linen center-pieces, heavily eni
luoldered weto exceptionally pretty.
T1icm Implilcs weto won by Mrs
Chapman of Kurt Shafler and Mrs.
Wltileni, wife of (tupt Vn 'Winters.
At Hie conclusion of tho gaino dell
clous refieshmcnts wero served. This
club baa been In existence tor nearly
ii year, the fnitiilclilly mooting.! form
a pleasant diveislon Tor tlio service
people that belong. i
Dance at Punahou Colleoc.' '
Last evening n delightful dance was
given by tho members of tho Jmiifir
Miphoninre and freshman classes, hi
honor of the seniors. This enjoyable
party was held In Hlxhop's Hall,
about one hundred and fifty wero
la attendance. The ball was g'ir
lauded wilh tropical gieens and fill
ed wl'ii beautiful palms, class pen
nants g.io a dlsliiictUo lunch to the
dcionitlons. Knnl'x orchcsli.i fiirnlsli
oil exc'i'llent music for the dancing
and a delightful oM'iilng was enjoyed.
Mis John Tieiilioliu Warren enler
talnel eiv lufomiallv at lunclieoii
Monday In honor of Mrr. Alhnit Hld
lioy Hill of Fort linger, wh-i Ims re
ccnlly i nine hero from Fort Itoso
cruus. San Diego and for the Misses
llllbert of San Diego who are spend
ing several weeks. In Honolulu as Hie
house gue its of illshop ami Mrs.
lleiuv lI'Mid Itestarlck Other guest
weio Mrs Itestailek and Dr Vnnder
Imrg of San Francisco A Tew oilier
ri lends caino In later for afternoon
Tea is sent to us direct from Ceylon, packed by tho
in lead, enclosed in little gunnysacks
Hot or Iced
to please the most
Wcddlno Dclli to fllna In June,
The llrsl to lead tho piocesslnn 'of
June, brides will be Miss Cl.ilro Wll
llains who will wed Mr. Iliuco Cart
wright. Jr., In St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, on the first of June. Society Is
on tlio tpil vlo over this approaching
neclal event. The color sehemo will
be pink and blue. Miss Kdllli Wil
liams, n sister or the lirldc and M!s.
Hara Lucas will be the maids of linli
or. tho former will bo dressed In pink
silk crepe nml tho latter will wear
pale bine crepe, they will each entry
bouipioif of ponip.iitour roses. There
will ho five bllilcsiualds, tlio three lit
tle Miss Mooics and Judge Wcaer's
two children. Clilldien In nttendanee
always tend to the nttrnctlveaess of
a wedding the bridesmaids will be
gown In bfuc ami pink Itowcicd silk
Doctor Ferdinand lleilemiui will no'
as best limn. The following ushers
will serve: Messis. Harold Castle,
(lustav Schat'fcr, James Wilder. (lor
rll Wilder, Kd. lledemnn B. Dulseu
berg. Senator Kile Knudscn and Doe
tor .ludil. The ceiemony will be per
formed at eight o'clock by Illshop
Henry Itond Ilesln'rlck. Following
the wedding a largo iccepllon will
be held nt tho homo of Mr. and Mm.
Ilehjamlti Lodge Marx at the cut nor
of Victoria mil Klnnu slicct.
Mill Tenney'i Luncheon.
Mts. Ilaiold Dillingham Mts. Fred
erick Dwlght I.owicy Mrs. (lustav
Kcluipfnr, Mrs. Krnest Itoss, Mrs. Al
fieil Castle, Miss Vera Djinon, Mli-s
Violet Milken, Miss l'loieneo Hoff
man, Miss Calhcrlno (loidalo and
Miss lleatrlco Castle nnd Miss Helen
Achilles were among the society mat
rons and maids Hint cnjnjed the hos
pitality of Miss Wllhclmlna Tenney.
at luncheon Wednesday. Tho affair
was ono of the most elalHiratn of the
week. Tho tablo was circular In
form, the dozen covers wero nnrked
by ipialift Dutch girls ilrcie-eil In yel
low pinafores and carrying violet col
nred uuilirellas. A fancy wicker li'is
ket containing sprays of yellow oi
ehlils was pliired on the table the
handle w'ns festooncj with an artis
tic how of tulle, Iho basket lining par
tially veiled with the tulle, lint wi
the nxuet shade of the rare flowers.
The luncheon favors wero corsneo
lioiiiiuelK of vlnlels. tleil with tulle
Hanging baskets of npitileii hair fern.
and asparagus vine, weio suspended
fioni tho lieaiued celling.
('(illllliiu nl Srliotli'lil llitrrarks.
i The largest evint on the "social
lapis" for Iho coming week Is tlio
Colllllon that will be given at Seho
field Itarrackh. Thursday evening
May the eleventh. This bsll Is being
glicu In celebration of a number of
olllccrs at Leilehua. who hao re
celitly ieceici news of their promo
tion ln ltntlotm have been sent out
lo lie.idiiuaiteis, army nltlclals, their
families nnd society generally
lliioiiHliiiut the cily.
i:tenslve preparations aro lieliig
ninde the figures nnd fivirH for Iho
"fiermau" will be eliliurn'o and beau
tiful. It I" Mii'i'i !lii his to stato that
tin eni'iyaliV t lino Is being looked
Tho fiitm of the Invltat'on scut out
Is as follows
Tho iiIIIcoi'h or Iho Fifth Cavalry,
who nro about 1 1 be promoted, rn
Miiest the pleio'ine of your eonipiny
at u leceiition and hop nt Schollold
ItnriackH. Tliuihihiy evening, May It,
I'.HI nt nan iiast elglil o'clock.
(A special train will leave Hono
lulu nt ..(i, reliirulng to town after
Mrs. Smlth'i Card Party.
Mis. Smith, wife of IVs'tor Huillli
of Fort b'haftci', has been giving a
scries of card parlies at her home at
Fort Shafler. The xcrnnd parly, was
given on Wednesday aflctnooti, unit
women belonging lo "tlio sei vice'
weie Invited. The prizes were et
iUlsltciy painted cnndle shades an I
dinner cards. On this occalon
"hildge" and "hearts" were played
Mrs. Walter Covvles and .Miss IMIlli
Cowies. possessed tho highest scutes
at Die he'irt tablo and won the lint
nnd second prizes. Mesdames Wal
klns nnd Ward, were Hie highest
brldgers nnd received the prizes The
homo of Doctor and Mrs Smith win
handsomely decorated for the occa
sion: pink oleandcis and vlolei i
formed an effective decoration Doll
clous refreshments were served after
the swardtucnt of the pilzes Among
tlnse who accepted Mr. Smith's
hospitality wero Mrs. Waller Cowies
Mrs tlurnlinni, Mcsdames JnliiiMin
Clark, Williams nnd Turner of Fort
linger. Mrs. Kennedy Mrs Chapman.
Mrs. (leorvo Cleveland llowcn Mrs
Pratt, Mrs. Wilcox, Mis Johnson
Mis W. II. flralinm, Miss Cirlw right
Miss IMIIh Cowlo. Mrs Johnstone
Mrs. A. T. Ilaldnln nnd others.
Lieut, and Mrs. Hanson's Dinner.
Lieut, and Mrs. Hanson entertain
ed a number of the friends nt diu
lioi nt their attractive ipiailers i
Scliolleld ILifracks. Trailing n isl'i
liirtlums produced im effective decora
tion. Among their guests weie: I.leui
mill Mis. C. C. Wliuua. Captain Hilt
and Lieut. C)ueekojneycr and otlieis
Captain and Mrs. Johruon's Dinner.
Cnptaln and Mrs. Johasou have Is
sued Invitations for an elaborate din
ner Hint will be gjven at their urn
He quarters nt Fort linger. Covors
will be laid for clghL
A cordial welcome Ib iic'iik aeemded
Mr. and Mrs. Cerril Wilder, who ar
rived ftoin San" Francisco on Hip Ho
uolulan. Wednesday. Mr and Mis
Wilder have completed a trip around
the world; doling their year's nil-M-iico
they havo been missed by tlielr
large contingent of friends In lloin
lulii. for they are "very ppul ir so
clallv Tliey aio not only the Incen
tive for rnterlt.lnmcntH hut enteitaln
lavlidilv at their handsome homo In
Miss (lllhcrt and Miss Itess ('.Illicit
of San Dlego, aie spending several
weeks in tho Islands and are K'losi.i
of Illshop mil Mrs. Itestaricl; who
are old friends of theirs. Tho visit
ors made the trip to the volcano I'ist
weok, enjoying It greatly. Ilotli
ynupg vvnmon nro pnmilneut In musi
cal click's In San Dlego.
Major and Mrs Tlniberl.ike will bi
lbo guests of Major lleiu.on lit tlio
Cotillon that will bo given Tliursdav
evening at Schollold IJ.irrne.ks. Tho
Major and his wife will motor over In
tho afternoon, and will return to Ho
nolulu the next day.
Mrs. Ilyiou K Ilalid of Hllo, Haw ill
Is expected in June, lo mako n month
or six week's vlidt, with Captain nml
Mrs. Wilbur al their homo.nl Fort
linger. Mrs llaird's numerous friends
nro keenly anticipating tills visit and
forming many plans to cntertnlti her
for sliu is a great social favoilto.
Mr., and Mrs. Rodlck's Dinner.
Mr. and Ml" Call ilu Hid. who have
recently relumed ftoin Kuiopo wore
the motif for a dinner Monday even
ing. Hint wmf glvin by .Mr. and Mrs
(ieorge llodlck at Ihtir home in Nun
Lieut, and Mrs. Pratt and Lieut
JohlihOii, who have been slopping at
tlio Hotel Courtland. line rcn'cd tho
Osborne lininat Walklkl. whero they
will spend the hummer mouths.
Captain and Mrs. Cooko of tlio l'
S Army havo leased tho (llrvin liomn
at 112.1 Klnnu htreet Mrs. Cooko'B
sister, Miss (Jumble, Is staying with
Mr. nnd Mih.'T. IMgaril Itoblnsoii
left Friday on the Claiullun for u
month'H outing to bo spent at Kami,
Mrs. William HlHorman neo .Me
Lain, alter u pleasant ten days' visit
with Mis (Sisirgo I.yciirgus nt tho
Volcano House leliirnod to hor liiinio
In Hllo, Hawaii.
Major Tlmlierlake, tho command
ant of Fort linger, has purchased n
3n horsepower K M S automobllu.
This beaiitirul touiltig car U u 11)11
! After two weeke' outing at tlio von
Hull bungalow at Walklkl, Mr. nnd
Mrs Willi. mi Itawilns inlurued Tliurn-
d.iy to their homo on Wilder iiveiiuo
Mrs II (lay and two children uto
the guests of Mr and Mrs Jack
Ilclser at their Kuhala beach homo.
Captain Jenkins or the Filth Cav
alry was host at a Jolly dinner Wed
nesdnv. Yellow Cnieopsls made n
beautiful vlecoiallnn The fuviit'H.
A new shipment of the genuine
Pirn Sap Maple
In Pint and Quart Tins
plate cards and general color i-clieine
were In yellow Among the guests
wero Lieutenant and Mrs A. It. Dock-
fry. Miss Doekery, Captain and Mrs
MrClure, Lieutenant Sloan Doak.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. I 'aimer's llliiuir.
A delightful dinner was given Sun- I
day, by Mr and Mrs John Palmer nt
the Hotel Courtland lied carnations i
were utllUcd for decorative purposes ,
anil produced a pretty effei t Aiming
Mr nml Mrs Palmer's guests wero
Lieutenant utul Mrs. PniH. Mrs. Wil
cox and Dr and Mrs. Frear.
Mrs. W 0 Smith entertained a half
dozen of her friends Informally at
luncheon Thursday afternoon nt her
homo on Hales street and Niiuauu
Mrs Wntklns of tho Hnglneer Coips,
IT K A, Is visiting Captain nnd Mrs
Clark nt Foil linger.
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