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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATUnDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
BRILLIANT RECEPTJON IS ONE i
THE TOWKHS, the bcuiitlful anil u mllilnry school In the South,
artistic homo of the Iowrevs, -
wbh the setting for one of the Mrs. Clyffard Game's Luncheon,
most beautiful of this season's Mrs. Clvlfnrd (lamo entertained nt
cntcrtnlnini'iits Mrs Predor- n most delightful lunch party In honor
lek Dwlght Lowrey .anil Mrs. of Mrs. Hradshnw or Wisconsin, who
Sherwood Moor., received their g a visitor In Honolulu Yellow core
guests at the lanal entrance. The opsin occupied the tabte center and
house, which, by the waj, Is one vf tho the handle of tho basket was urtlstlcal-best-appointed
homes In Honolulu, was ly tied In tulle. A very unique place
mode like unto a garden with rare and card was used - gold Mies cut from
exquisite plants and palms. The foun- water-color paper and painted true to
tain which occupies the center of tho life. Mrs. (lame's guests were Mrs.
loom, was decidedly attractive, belliK Hradshnw, Miss llradshaw, Miss I.ncy
partially concealed by law bouquets llrndslmw. Mrs. Cowies, Mrs Kdnnrds,
of gorgeous yellow lilies which prow Mrs. Charles K. Wood, .Mrs. William
ho luxuriantly at Nanlko. the sutnnicr Whitney, Mrs. Frances .McStocker, and
home of the J.owics. Mrs. b'roduiiok Miss Hetty Case.
Jewltt I.owrc) assisted In tin rcev ' '
uon oi tnu guests in Her usual gra-
clous manner. Mrs. James A. Kennedy,
poured ten and Mrs. Helen Storrs pour I
., ; .' r'ur"K iowrey nnu
Mrs. Sherwood Lowrey are among tho1
most delightful and charming of the"
younger matrons About one hundredl
friends were bidden. Several young,1
friends of the Lowreys assisted, caring;
for the comfort of the guests. The
Vnlini' Hntiliili nnaluKmr u ..ka xlldh V !
la Sturgeon, Mrs William I,. Moore,
Miss Alice Cooke, Mrs. Jessie Kciine
dy. Miss Ueriha Kopke. Miss Margaret,
Waterhouse, Miss Ksther Kopke and
-V1IB8 .Muriel Houatt
Mr. and Mrs. Swaniy's Picnic Lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mills Swnnzy
entertained a few friends on Sundav
In honor of Mr. J. F. Hackfeld. This
party of friends motoied to the conn
try home of the Swanzys on the other
tide of the Island. Mr. ami Mm.
Sw;anzy'8 guests were Mr. nnd Sirs.;
Klimp. Miss Norn Swanzy, Miss Cor
net, Mr. Hnckfeld and Mr. Itodlek.
Mrs. Wm. Monsarrat'j Luncheon
Mrs. William Monsanat was host-i
ess at one of the most elaborate lunch
dons given this week, when she enter
tained on Friday ut the Country Club
lilhonor of ten friends. The table was
piasscd In yellow coreopsis anil the
dainty .place-tarda of ,tliu .jJimo jjolor,
were' painted ' by lli'e 'nosfe'ssi 'lirs
Monsarrats guests were Mrs. Zeno
neuy Jijers, jirs. Lemuel U. Ablos, tertnlncd at their beach homo on
Mrs. C. Morton Itlggs, Mrs A. Falke.i Tuesday evening. The moon being nl
Mrs. George Angus, Mrs. Hea J. Gav, most full. Knlmla was most attractive
Mrs. George Kluegel, Mrs. linger Tay-, Tho guests, after a dip In the ocean,
lor and Mrs. J. J. Helser. The hour were Invited to a most tempting sup
Bfter lunchoon wns devoted to brlditt. per served with lavish hospitality. Mr.
.Mrs. Monsnrrat leaves for the mai a.nU Mrs. Atherton's guests were Mr
.land this evening on the transport for nnd .Mrs. David Thrum, Mr. and Mrs.
a visit to her son, Marcus, who Is at Stanley Livingston, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hu-
. 1912 GAS IRON
Will c'o a day's ironing for only $ .03
worth of GAS. Price complete with
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.,
II ALAKEA AND BERETANIA l
i I Modern Improved
J' I Front-Lacing Corsets
i 1 1 New'keady-to-Wear Goods
1 We have Juit received a complete new line of
i I LINGERIE WAISTS Plain and Lace Trimmed, from $2 to J7
J ONE-PIECE SERGE DRESSES Nes tly trimmed, only one of a pattern, '
! from $20 to $27.50
r I MESSALINE, CHIFFON and TAFFETA SILK DRESSES Only qne of
r H a pattern, from ..$18.50 to $25
? I ALL ALTERATIONS NEATLY EXECUTED FREE OF CHARGE
L tl LAPGE8J MILLINERY HOUSE
3 IN THE ISLANDS
Miss Florence Hoffmann's Tea.
Mrs I'lnr..!, lirr,., .,,,., i.i
at a thimble ten In honor of Miss Alice)
i-ooper. who leaven shortly for the
mainland. Miss lIolTmann Invited her
guests to bring their thimbles but to
leave their needlework, at honuv ns
s,e hnd work for them to do. Many
dnlnty articles were finished for this
popular girl. Miss Hoffmann's guests
... . ... ... .. .
were Miss Alice Cooper, Miss Kthel
Spalding, .Miss Helen North, Mrs. Ger.
aid Johnson, Miss Helen Hnckvvell
Miss Hthel Angus, Miss Grace Davis!
Mrs. Ilnrry Hepburn. Mrs. Clecir. Miss
Hetty Cnse. Mrs. Irmn Ilallcntyne.MIss
I.ydln McStocker, Miss Allco Hopper
and Mrs. lames Pine. Tho house was
prettily decorated In .vellow nnd while
Tuesday Evening Bridge Club.
The Tuesday Evening Bridge Club
were eiitertnliied by Mr. nnd Mrs. liar
iry Jlnrlln Hepburn nt" their bungalow
In Mnnon Vnlley. Mrs. Hepburn Is one
of Honolulu's veri' charming women
and entertains graciously. Mr. and
Mrs. Hepburn's guests were l.lcut. nnd
'MlR- 'rancid Klrby Smith, -Lieut, and
Mrs. Homer Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Jo
fceph i:. Shccdy. Mrs. James Pine, Miss
Case. Miss Lydla McStocker, Ucut.
Hostlne and Lieut. Salun,
Mr,, and Mrs.. Frank, Atherton
Mr. and Mrs.
SACtiS' DRV GOODS CO., Ltd.
bert Jones. Mr, and Mrs. Chns. Weight, Macomb, Mnjor, nnd Mrs. W. P. Wool
Mr and Mrs. Win. l.oe, Mr. and Mrs, en, Captain and Mrs. Clifton Carroll
Clarence Cooke and Miss Mnry Moore. Carter, Mm. Colemnu, Captain and
The party motored back to town at n Mrs. Hanker, Captain and Mrs. Mellon
late hour. gall, I.leutciinnt and Mrs. Homer Pros-
, Ion, Lieutenant and Mrs. Hoss Kings
Mrs. Purr's lllnncr. bury, Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Klrby
Mrs. Oeorge Sluiilwcll Cnrr was a Smith, Lieutenant lloshhlus, Llcutcn
dlnner hostess on Monday evening, ant Salun and Lieutenant Andrews,
when Bhe eiitertnliied for eight After several rubbers of bridge, a de
guests. Hed carnations were used Helmut Welsh rarebit was enjoyed by
for table ill eolations and were most tho friends of this very charming and
effective. .Mrs. Cnrr's guests were hospitable couple.
Captain anil Mrs Douglas McDougul,
Captain nd Mrs. Stuart Johnston, Mr am, Mrs Kamp.s Sup r Dancc,
Miss Daphne Cnrr. Miss l.thel Cnrr, Mt, ,, MrH KInml, etlrtam.(, at
.Mr. larter ami .Mr. snuirl. . mll,,,cr oance on Saturday evening
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Judge nnd Mrs. Alexander (!. M.'
Itobortson en ortn ne.l nt dinner on
Monday evening In honor of Mrs.
Dojle of San Francisco. The table
was ilc Irately and dalnt ly trimmed
In peach-blow hibiscus, which blooms
bo profusely In Honolulu. Judge and
Mm. Hobortsoiis guests weie Mrs
Doyle Mr Ches er Doyle and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles a.lllli.gworh. 'I he hour
after dinner was devoted to music.
The Sewing Club.
The Sewing Club met nt the home
of Miss Nina Gregg on Keeau.uoku
and JouiiKS reels. The guests of
V! ." ."?, "II tLlT r..!.1 "" Ut:T.:
Miss Hello Jones, Miss Grace Hubert
. """" '""" ",. ,,, ,'Nora Sturgeon, Miss Grace Davis, Mr.
Mrs Carlos Long Miss Kthel 0u ,,,,,, Whltney. Mr. Oeorge ltollek.
'BML8,M.al?..S,2!L0H J ' rnuk Armstrong. Lieutenant
Sterrlt, Miss Henrietta Smith, Miss
Kmmallue Mngoon, Mrs. H. Heunct,
Mr. and Mrs. Belter's Bridge Party.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Helser entertained
tho Kvenlng Cnrd Club on Thursday) -
of this week. Shasta and yellow dais- Received by Pope,
les vero profusely used In decorating, It ttlu 1)0 of ,nlpreBl , tllP ,arR0
he house. Tho gifts were n gold col- rrUo of friends here of tho Mlnsen
ar-hutlon and a handsome Mndelia ilose aml j0gc,)n0 McClellan, .laugh
handkerchief. 1 ho guests of the even. ,t,rH ,)f Geneinl'ftrid Mrs. John McClel
Ing were .Mr. and Mrs Chester Humi, )nl(i lo hear, of ,lne U(nwlce tno yomiB
Mr., and. Mrs. Curry, Dr and Mrs. Aw trnvcleni we're granted recently wltii
drevw.it Mr and Mrs. do Freest. Mr.i 1L, ,.01)e nt tlle Vatican In Home,
and .Mrs. nandolph Moore. Mr. nnd. The 'audience1 was granted March
Mrs. doling, Mr and Mrs Owen, Miss 29 alld t)l0 ,mrty Wns chaperoned by
May Thomas. Miss Woodford, Dr. Casa MrR- nllrtnI1 artillh. of Atlanta. Ga.
und Mr. Woodford. T)l() lmrty wcr0 later Bhown somo of
'I tfie heautlful snlten of rooms In tho
Lieutenant and Mrs. Preston's Party.' Vatican. "
Lieutenant and Mrs. Homer Preston) Thh Misses McClellan are passing a
entertained nt a most charmingly ttr. year In travel through Kurope. San
ranged party on Tuesday evening. Mac' Diego Sun, April 21.
Jor and Mrs. James Malison Konnoily'' "
woihlUe .first, prlzos, and thecousolaj JH.s (inrdliier'Jfurrleil. -Uon
gift went 'to "Mrs. WJfolley. L1eu- Miss Nina Kmlly Gwendoline Oard
teuant and Mrs. Preston's guests were Iner, daughter df Mrs Nlnu Gardiner
General and Mrs. M. M. Macomb, Ma- of this city" and Captain Percy Gard
Jor and Mrs. W. P. Wooteid Mr. and Iner, 'H. T. R., 'was married nt San
Mrs. Klrby Smith, Major nnd .Mrs. Francisco to Mi-. Itnlph J. Scberyer,
Kennedy, Manr and Mrs. John W'hol-of Mill Valley, Cal. He Is n civil en
ley, glnt'er alid 'u fohrier student of Santa
I Clara college und the University or
Mrs. Wm. Montrose Graham's Oillfoftihif.
Dancing-Party. , '' '-
Mrs. William Montrose Graham en- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillingham's
tcrtnliied the children to whom alio Is Party.
teaching physical culture and dancing Mr. and Mrs1, Walter Francis 1)11
wlth a Maypole dancing-party at her llnghani celebrated tho second nnnl
hoine on Gieen street from II to C this versnry of their wedding on Thuisdny
afternoon, to which n number of neigh-' evening by Inviting a party of ft lends
borhood children and their parents to n supper and launch ride, at Pearl
were Invited. I City. After a delightful ride about the
Tho beautiful grounds (Hied with locks, tho company of friends enjoyed
flowering trees and shrubs formed a a delicious collation served aboard
picturesque netting for the two Mny- ship. The evening was a glorious one.
poles, whose pink nnd blue streamers Mr. and Mrs. Dillingham are noted for
were woven by two sets of children, their gracious hospitality und this
one of which comprised tots of the kin-' party wns only another of their social
dergnrlen nge, and tho other over successes. Mr and Mis. DllliiiKhain'h
eight yenrs. I guests were Dr. and Mrs. Adams, Mr.
Tho weaving of the ribbons on the und Mis. Gerrlt Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.
poles, which was preceded by dancing Illclmrds Ivcrs, Mr. and Mrs. James
In tho reception room, showed the ro- Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kimball,
suit of careful training, and the little' Judge and Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mr.
children performed their protty feui and Mrs. Van Vulkenburg. Mr. and
with perfect rhythm. i Mrs. John Handoljih Gnlt. Mr. Sam
Afterwards refreshments wero serv-1 Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Henson,
cd, In an arbor of plnk-ilowerlng ens-, Mr. and Mrs. George Potter. Mr. Wll
sla nodosa and blush-pink hibiscus and Ham Hoth, Mr. Harry Gaylord, Mr. and
vinoB. About twenty-nvo children
were present at tho festival.
Major and Mrs. Neville's Bridge Party
Major and Mrs. Nevllld are enter-
talnlng this evening nt hrldgo. Tho
house, which, by the way, Is ono of
tho really picturesque and tropical
homes In Honolulu, Is admirably adapt-
ed to entertainment. Major and Mrs.
Neville's guests were General and Mrs.
The Finest and Largest Stock of New Serge Suitings we have
ever presented is now being shown. Quality and Prices are
unexcelled. See Display in Fort Street window.
"' '""'"r "f Mr. J. 1'- Hnckfeld. who In
nt nresent v s t lie n Itmm n n Tim
J Country Club, where this delightful
,,., ud .,' 8, , , ,,, f , ,
,, , M u M K, .
, Major and Mrs. W. P.
Woolen? Major and Mrs. IMwnrd .1.
Tlmberlake, Captain and Mrs. Clifton
t,arro, Cnr M Coleman, Mr. and
Mn ,., K ,, Q , , ,
8, , M nd Mrs. George Da-
, Mr ',, M Car ,, U(jj M
,, .,. ., ., .. ,, Mru
parly took place, was beautifully dec-
I ' .....v.... ,wIM., .',,. .... 1..,.
;Armlu Hnucbcrg, Admiral and Mrs.
Cowles, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder,
Sirs. George Angus, Miss Geraldine
Ncun)BI11Ii M,9 IIarVi.t Lucas, Miss
,..,,, Vov, M, t.()n ,, M; wl.
"" '. .r.."- Mncf.rl.ne. Miss
Voughn, Lieutenant Price, Lieutenant
Pralt, Lieutenant Nichols, Mr. Kdwnrd
Hedemnnn, Lieutenant Ituchall, Lieu
tenant Andrews, Mr. II. von Danitn,
nnd the gucst-of-hnnnr. Mr. Hnckfeld.
Mrs. Heiijamln Francis Dillingham
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, Judgo and
Mrs. William Whitney, Mr. and Mrs.
George Davles, Mr. and Mrs. John
Krdman. Mr. and Mrs. Harm- Dllllng-
ham. Mr. nnd Mrs. George It. Cniter,
Governor Walter Frenr and Mr. Horn
Tho Harvard Club will meet with
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
Fine quality ALPACA, suitable for Bathing Suits and Skirts, in all plain
colors, fancy and stripes.
38" wide regular $ .75, special 50o
44" wide) regular"$1.00,""special ",.'.." 70c
At Half Price
Battenberg and Irish Point 8carfs, Squares, Centerpieces, Pillow Shams
and Doylies. '
See display in Beretanja street wlndaw.
Mr, Wlthlnglor on Tuesday evening,
(ho principal bu6lnrss'of this meeting
being to plan entertainment for ox
President Kllot nnd his party of
friends, who Will arrive In Honolulu
on the twenty-fifth of May, for a very
rtiort stay. A motor to 'different
polnln of Interest, nnd a lunch nt the
Dnlverslty Club will, In all probability,
bo one of tho methods of entertain
itueiit for this distinguished party oi
Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Shlpman's Party.
Mr. nnd MrB. Ollle Shlpmnn wero
host and hostess nt one of tho most
attractive! parties given In Illlo thlt
reason. Tho delightful company o
people motoied out to Krnuu. thn
beach homo of tho Shlpman's, which i
is thirteen miles rroni Illlo. The guests
of honor vveui Mr. and Mis. Ciiblll of
Oakland, who nre in Honolulu and the
Islands on a honeymoon trip. The
party wns on Suturday evening. Tho
largo living room was beautifully dec
orated In pink begonias and ferns.
Chinese lanterns were strung ncrosa
tho loom, which made n most effective
and pleasing decoration. After cards,
delicious refreshments wore served. At
one o'clock tho company started for
Illlo ami thn party was voted ono of
the best In a him: time. Mrs. I Inn, I, I
I I'lsher got the Indies' gift, n iiinifiilfl.
cent sandalwood carved fan. Mr. Ca
hill wns awarded n gold necktie clasp.
The consolation gifts wero awarded
to Dr. and Mrs. Irwin nnd were a hook
lor Mrs, Irwin and a silver pencil for
Dr. Irwin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Shlpman'n
guests were Mr. mid Mrs. Cnhlll, tho
guests of honor, Mr. ami .Mrs. A. (1
Curtlss, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman, Mr. mid
Mrs. Weatherbee. Dr. nnd Mrs. Irwin,
Mr nnd Mrs. Harold Plsher, Mr. and
Mrs. William Haley lllsermuii, Miss
Annhelle I,ow, Misses Shlpmnn (ill,
Miss Kdna Curtis, Mrs. Holland, .Mrs.
John Watt. Mr. Stanley Clark, Mr.
Lorrln Thurston and Mr. Aiken.
Mrs. Klrkaldy a Hostess.
Mrs. Klrkaldy complimented twenly
sl friends by Inviting them lo n po
luncheon, In honor of her son, Charles
Dunham, who lenves shortly for Vir
ginia, vvhero he will enter a military
school to remain several yenrs. Hed
nnd green wns the color Bchemer nnd
It wns most effective. Tho table cell
terf wns occupied by n largo cut glass
uowi niicu with flaming red carna
tions nnd maidenhair fern, whllo fall-'
lug from tho chandelier, were fragrant
lels of mnlle i caching to tho table con i
ler. At each guest's place reposed a
fragrant carnation lei. Tho guests
asked by Mrs. Klrkaldy to meet her
eon, Chailes UiiuJiam, wero Judge and
Mrs. Monsarrat, Dr. and Mrs. Nottnge,
Mr, and .Mrs. L. Parlsli, Mr. and Mrs.
Welsh, Mr. 'and .Mrs. William I).
Adams, Mrs. M. Monsarrat, Mrs.
Sparks, Mrs. IJ. Cooke, Mrs. Sam Dow
sett, MIbs llattle Lucas, Mr. Arthur
Parish, Persy Noltago, Herbert Pnilslu,
Parish Percy Nottage, Herbert Parish,
Carter, Svvlntou Aldiich, Mr. Gill
Smart, Hdvvard Dowsctt und Charles
Mrs. Fred L. Waldron's Bridge Tea.i
Mrs. Krol L. Waldron wns n host cm
at n bridge teu on Wednesday nflei-'
noon ut her beautiful new homo In
Manon Valley. Mrs. .lared Smith nnJ
Mrs. Uames, tho latter Mrs. Wnldion'K
daughter, nsslsted In the reception of
tho guests. The prlre gifts weie very
handsome and wero awarded tho top
tc'orers, who-weie Mrs. John J. Helser,
who got ns a gift for top scorjug n
handsomo Irish lace bag; Mrs Zeuo
Uellv Myers wns awarded the second
prlio, a sliver bonbon dish, while Mrs.
Krnzlor was consoled with a brass
bowl. Mrs. Waldron's guests were
Mrs. Charles Krarlcr, Mrs. II. Mitchell,
Mrs. Ilert Pelrle, Mrs Philip Kiear
Mrs. William A. Schmidt, Mrs. Giles
II. Gere, Mis. Louts Warren, Mis. Ar
thur Davison. Mrs Day, Mrs. William
II. Gootz, Mrs. William A. Thompson.
Mrs. Marston Campbell, Mis. Charles
Ivnn, Mrs. Otto llleibnch, Mrs. Scholly,
Mrs. Percy Morse, Mrs. John A. John
sou. Mrs. K. llugcno Seere. Miss llhr
horn, MrH. Hubert C. Slncknble, Mrs.
George Angus, Mrs. Harry L. Kerr,
Mrs. Uer. Mrs, Zeno Kelly ilvoM,
Mrs. John J. Helser and Mrs. Jaioil
Wallana Bathing Party.
Mrs. i:dun Bennett and Miss Nina
Ciegg wero hostesses at an Informal
bathing party and supper on Monday
evening. Tho nights aro Just luvely
and tho air balmy so that swimming
wns a real Joy. Tho gnosis who en
Jojed Mis. Dennett's and Miss Cregg'rt
hospitality were Mrs. Kamnkal Ma
goop, Miss Oploh Starret, Miss Oiacc
Itobertsou, Miss Gnult, Miss Puller,!
Mr, Mlchenor, Mr. Howen, Mr. Snack
Mr. Mugoon, Mr. Wisdom and Mr. nnd I
Mr. Allicrl Wilcox's 'o l.unchciiii.
Mrs. Gnj lord Wllnu'i Lulu lieun.
linn, nnd .Mrs. Clunlis Hire's, Supper
.Mr. und .Mrs William IINt-niutn's
Mr.'ani! .Mrs. Alviih ji(itt lliilerlnlii.
Itr, ami .Mrs. Irwlh' Itiilerlnlii.
.Mrs. M" We' llrlilm- Ten. -Mr.
mid Mrs, II L, Mnrx's lllnncr,'
Mrs. ll)di",SinllliN l.unrlt. '
Mr. und .Mrs. Si'lioeu's Purl.
.Miss I'liiri'iire lliilYimni's Seivlnu Tea.
.Mr. iiml .Mrs. Homer Preslon's Hrldge
Mrs, (liiiue's Luncliioii
Mnjnr mid .Mrs. VillloN Card Pnrlj.
Puilllc dull Hull.
.Mr. iiml Mr. . I., I. Ilel-er's Curd Pnrlj.
.Mr. mid Mrs. Waller 1'rancls lllllliig.
.Mrs. Preilcrlrk Lowrej nnd Mrs. Slier.
tioinl l.inirij's lleieplliiu,
'I lie lliirvnrd ('lull.
Mr. iiml Mrs. Ollle Slilpimin's Pari).
I.iirmii'li.slui'liilr lliinrlmr Purl).
Mrs. 'hlrknlilr llnlertiilns.
Mr. Wiililruii's llrldge Ten.
Wallana llatlilinr I'.irl).
Mrs, Untold Dllllniiliuni to Palirlaln.
Mrs, (liinn's SwInimtiiK Pari).
Mr. mid Mrs. Waller Dlltliiglmiii to
'I he (Iconic II, nliv' llnnilnii Dance.
Mrs. Cluirles I'rnrler's Ten.
Miss llustni'c ii llevlcss.
Mr. Jiinies Pirn's llrldge Ten.
7Z . . Jaft-
Mrs. Green's Swlmmlnn Party.
Mrs. J. J. Green and her daughter
Miss Marian Gieen, entertained nt l
swimming party and supper on Snlui-
day evening of List week. This iom
pnny of friends were entertained nt
Wnllau. Mrs. and Miss Green's
guests wero Mr. nnd Mrs, Herbert'
Simpson, Dr. and M's. Archlbnld"Slii-(
clalr, Judgo nnd Mrs. Antonio Pen-,;
Mr. ami Mrs, Larnach, Miss Imngeiiuj
Jones, .Miss. Opluli Slarrett, Miss Nina'
Ciegg, Miss Mabel Llghtfoot, Miss
IMIth Llghtfoot, Mr. A. L. Wisdom,
Dr. Lei:. Case. Mr. C. It. MlchenerJ
Mr. Ilert Llghlfpot, Mr. J. longle.
and Dr. L. M. Cnso.
The George Davles Domino Dance.
Wnlklkf w'ns tliti' belting for tho
Domino Damn given by Mr. and 'Mrs.
Geprgo Davles on Tuesday evening at
their bench home, which was most nt-,
tractive!)- decorated for tho occasion
A Jolly good time wns had by tho
fi lends attending. After a couple of
hours mil Ih the dominoes were dis
carded. About seventy llvo friends
were In attendance.
Dear lo the Hem
ltfVf,ffl rfihrauiT Hopkins, m
?6tqS ttwwii xhtU.
Yellow and Muddy skin, giving a delicately clear and rellnpj complexion
which every wnmun denlres
No. 10 For snlo by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Fcrd. T. HodIciiis. ProD.. 37 Great Jones Street. New York.
LADIES' BATHNG SUITS Black, Navy and Maroon) from... $2.75 to $9.50
LADIES' SWIMMING SUITS $5.50 and $6.50
MEN'S BATHING SUITS ;......,.. ;, '..$1.25 to $4.25
RUBBER CAPS Plain 60c
RUBBER CAPS With silk bandana $2."5
BATHING SLIPPERS All sizes 35c to $1.25
WATER WINGS 2fe
I Mrs. Charles Frazler's Tea.
Mrs. Charles Prazlcr was the host
ess at an lulormal ten given In honor
of Miss Joel Scaby, who left on thn
Wllhetmlun for a short visit to San
Prnnclsco to finish her trossenu. Miss
Seoby bns been the house guest of
Mrs. .1. Kelly Drown. On Miss Scoby's
leturii to Honolulu she will he mar
ried to Mr. Prank Clcghorn.
Miss Hustace Entertained at Cards.
Miss Annie Hustace entertained
twenty-two friends on Tuesday ovcnlns
at her homo on tho corner of Hero
tnnla and Knplolanl streets. Five
hundred wns the game played nidi a
delightful evening was had by tho
gilcsts. Thn following friends wero
hidden by Miss Hustaco to partake of
her hospitality: Mr. and Mrs. Hob
erts, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, Mr. and
Mrs. Dendle, Mrs. Podgo, Mrs. Loth
win, Mia. Hill, Mrs. Lawrence, Misa
(liillck, 'Miss Helming, Miss Woodford,
Miss Thurston, Mr. Headinore, Mr.
Kckstrand, Mr. Potter, Mr. Ilottel, Mr.
llrynn, Dr. Clnrk and Mr. Powell.
Is of the Women.
a Triv ?r'f .mW.tYsi'
S 711 "t I
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessary
Article for Particular IVomen
who Desire lo lctain a
TSvety woman owes It to herself nnd
loved ones lo retain the charm of youth
Ruluro lius bestowed upon htr. For over
alf a century this artlrld lius been ujoiI
by actresses, kIiikuib und women of
fashion. It renders tho skin like the
softness of velvet leuvlnfc It clear and
pearly white and la hliihly deslrublo when
muiKu-liiK- fur dally or evening attire. As
It is u liquid und non-greasy preparation.
It remulns unnoticed. When unending
'dunces, bulls or other entertainments, It
prevents u Krenxy uppcurunco of the com
plexion cuuseil by tho skin becoming
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