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This Advertisement Is Written For Those Who Are Not
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gnve his daughter Into the keeping of parties this season when Mrs, J W
her future husband. A homo wed- Falls of Memphis, Tennessee, enter,
ding Is always lovely and this one was lalned on Snturday evening cc null
especially pretty. The argo parlors mentnry to Miss Cordelia, Miss Sylvia
1 and lanals wero beautifully decorated anu miss violet wilder or Schcfleld
rnii.n. rinh i i,nk.nn I" K'oqti nnd white with many arils- Harracks. Yellow was the color
The crnrtiHiinS nf iho ,lliTrni 'c nnd ! c'ce ow of melllno chosen for the decoration of the table
.chools we the .n.ests o? the mem nni 1""lon- The bride's gown was and room. The table center was oc-
bersol t f CoIIgm Clu , at a luncheon a ""' lvory Ba"n '" alnlll- cu'lcd by a larBC B'lt,cd 1,askul 11Icd
vers 01 mo college uuii at a luncheon ,,,,. , ' ....,, ,, .. ,vi,,, i,,itn.,,,t ,n, ,i.i.i. i .
at Wnllanl on Saturday. Tho tables " " . "'"2"J:? , S'""" m. .;,," "-.. r... "
were artistically decorated and a most '"nuei was compov-am orn.c rose- ""'"" """f"'"'ln "' "" ';
iilensnni ilnm wn nlnvcl i,v ilio ml(,s- x,lss Hartwell had as her ma- Wc bulbs. The place cards were haul
guests I Iddcn The guests of the Cob ,ron of honor her sister, Mrs. Alfred llnted bits of Island scenery. Mrs.
ir worn Mlaa lirnn - t "u " uiiuurtimiiii wui jiui , " f.mwj "viv ..n uimu finite.,
p1 Ilaldln Ml, Mnr R,s,cr' Mls ""nice Hartwell. Mr,' Miss Cordelia Wilder, Miss Violet
I nie I Pi eklaml Ml. Alfrtu" w- Cnrtcr supported Mr. Sor- Wilder. Miss Nora Swanzy. Miss Mar-
'vMlsFrnplVnrh enHoti. The honeymoon of Mr. and. Ian HavIIand, Captain and Mrs. Stur-
pnri Z. Al , Mrs. Sorenson was Vpent on the other KK Colonel Wilder. Major Jenkins,
iraret rWres? Miss Mo ot ,p laland- A beautlm! home Captain Elliott. Lieutenant Sclleck.
i Helen loncs Ma '9 ,0 bo uullt ln l"",cr Nuuanu. A Lieutenant Winter, Lieutenant 1'ay-
by his host and hostess. Covers were
laid for ten guests.
lego Club members
tarrett, Miss I
Inn Brown, Ml
inn. Miss Helen Colb
Dnvls. Miss Margaret
Ilnvnl f!nfl ttlnil tli.li.li lhnn ttlna
Kdllh Keola.MIss Iluth Llndle'y. Miss l'rt of each year will be spent In Ho-jon. Ueutenant Gronlngcr nnd Lieu-
Hutu Kenton, Miss Onrnle Itosclans, """"" """ "' " "! " "-
MIm lleatrlce. WMte, Miss Adelo Wajmea, where Mr. Sorenson Is tho I
llcke. Miss Kleanor Vogel Miss nssls'nnt manager of the extensive Mr. and Mrs. Caitendyk's Dinner.
Wraco Ingle, Miss Zcllda de la Nux, I'nrkcr estate. A shower of good, Mr. John Hackfcld, who Is the
Miss Helena vnn Amaivnlill. Mlas Mo. wishes follow this couplo to their new house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Custcn
tn Peterson. Miss Clara lncalls. Miss home. ,Iyk. was the motif for a dinner given
Martha Ingalls, Miss Carrie James,
Miss Lnnl Hutchinson, Miss Mary Mrs. H. V. Patten's Card Party.
1 Intra, Miss II. Miilrhcad. Miss Olym- Mrs. II. V. I'atten was hostess at n
pin Snares, Miss Lydla Dlas nnd Miss very largo and elaborate card parly Mr. and Mr. Paul Bartel't Dinner.
Jiisephlno Arevedo. on Tuesday of last week. Five Hun-I Mr. nnd Mrs. 1'aul Hands wero host
jOred was the game played and fifteen nnd hostess at a charming and well
Mrs. W. H. Smith's Card Party. tables were occupied by the guests of appointed dinner in honor of Mr. John
Mrs. V. II, Smith of llllo entertain- this charming hostess. Refreshments Hackfcld, who Is now visiting llllo.
ed on Wednesday at a live hundred were served before the guests started on Thursday evening. The table was
party In honor of Mrs. K. J, Lyman, to piny as so many were compelled to innssed ln beautiful cat flowers nnd '
Mrs. Smith's guents were Mrs. II. 1. catch the afternoon train for the up feathery fern. Mr. and Mrs. Hurtels'
I.Miinu, Miss Llone llapal, Miss Deyo, country. Tho refreshments wero guests were Mr John HackfoM, Hie
MIss'Lyinnn, Mrs. Urnlims, Mrs. Wit- served at small tables and were very guest of honor, Mr. and Mrs, Casten
lltimxon, Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Misses daintily decorated. A favor was nr- dyk, Mr. and Mrs. Tiller ami Miss
Shlpninii, Mrs. Cluctt, Miss Anabel ranged for ench guest, a dainty cor- Kloito Hnpal,
Low, Mr. Dcytf, Mr. Huddle, Mr. It. W. sago of pink and yellow rosebuds. The
Anderson, Mr. Day nnd Mr. Shlpman. largo parlors and lanals of the till i, Colonel Hawet a Hot.
Hotel wero used for tho pleasure and, jr. Krank Symci of Sun I-'rnn-i
Mrs. Callle Hume Douglas' Dinner. entertainment of Mrs. Patten's guests cisco was the honored guest of Col
Mrs. Sulllo Hume Douglas was host- nn'1 wcre elaborately decorated in (,nc Alexnndor (lllchrlst llnwes on
ess at n charming nnd daintily uppoln- I'ankcd masses of yellow coreopsis Monday at a luncheon glten nl IIih
led dinner on Monday evening. Tho Bml mountain fern. The first prho Pacific Club. Colonel llawes Is an
nblo center was decorated with a low 'AB3 awarded to Mrs. Harry Irwin nnd Ideal host nnd Is n past master In
brown basket lilted with dark-red car wnB n" ,rl811 crochet 'jag-of beautiful u10 art of entertainment. Ills guests
nations and maidenhair fern. The has- design. Tho second prlzo gift was a wero Mr. Frank Symcs. .ludgo San
ket bundle wns tied with a huge bow cllt K,n,,s "I"1 was awarded to Miss fon Dallard Dole. Admiral Wnller C
of emerald green incline which was "attle llapal. Mrs. llyron Ilalrd was Cowles, Judge Francis M. Hatch and
most etTectlvo nnd novel. The place nso'Ml with a carvpd tray of Jap- Judge A. S. Hartwell.
cards were dainty bits of hand-painted oncl,e design. Mrs. l'atton's guests
Island scenery. Mrs. Douglas guests wero Mrs. Alvah Scott. Mrs. Llndsav. Mri Jonn RosJ Entertains at
wore Mnuain Cleghorn, for whom this Watson, Mrs. Illshop. Mrs. Schon, children's Party.
Delightful party was given: Mr. and Mfs- Forest. Miss Frank I'ntten, Miss tjttie Miss WlnUred Thompson wns
.Mrs. F. M. Ilechtel and Mr. Prnnk R- Porter, Mrs. Qurney. Miss Pomcry, i,0 bnnnrpd Eiiest at a children's
Cleghorn. After dinner a delightful Mr- Oeorgo Soton. Miss Hattln Ha- imrty Kvt. ,y MrR. j0,n Hoss of
evening wns enjoyed listening to a ,m, M,ln I-p""" llapal, Mrs. Filler, Hakalau. The kiddles plaed games,
imiskalo given by Mrs. Douglas anil Mr8- Castendyk. Mrs. II. Klllott. Mrs. nfter which delicious refreshments of
Magnitude of Value
It will be more appreciated three years
from now when residence lots that are
selling for $1000 find a ready sale for
But Then It Will Be
To invest the savings from your salary
in now low-priced Honolulu property, or
to buy a home in. this choice residence dis
trict. You will have to continue to depend
upon your salary for income, or what is
worse, will still be a "renter."
If you are th'nking of.an in
vestment, or ot owning a home
instead of a summer vacation
trip, you really ought to see
now the MAKIKfPROPERTY.
It is the only high-class res
idence propert ynear the heart
of Honolulu, bounded by two
car" lines, with paved streets,
gas, clectric'ty, schools,
churches and most import
ant of all good neighbors.
It is bound by the law of de
mand, in a few months, to find
a ready market, but now dur
ing the spring and early sum
mer, while more people arc
thinking of summer vacation
trips, than homes or invest
ment, the market price is
twenty per cent lower than it
will be. even in next Septem
ber. Only a few dollars are need
ed for the first payment and
then a little every month for
one, two or three years will
make you the owner of valu
Holmes. Mrs. W. McKnv. Mrs. II. co cream, cake, candles, bonbons nnd
Moses, Mrs. T. Moses. Mrs. Moses, rt punch were served. After the
Mrs. Soulhento. Jr.. Mrs. Southgnte, uttlo folk bad satisfied their appotltus
Sr. Mrs. Mcdulre. Miss Anabel Iw, pleasant surprise awaited them.
Mrs. Ouard, Mrs. Fred Irwin. Mrs. J. Mi8R l088 ted them to como lo
i. sioir, suss i-anny Rinir, Mrs. Mor- ne ,i0 ian and'here a lovely llsh
Kllohana Art Lcaguo
An Inhibition of Paintings by
Monday afternoon. May 27. 1912, from " M",'i""er' "J-"-, !Iaro'd l"'1"1 J !" awaited their pleasure, here tin;
o ... e. ..,' i. ' Misses Shlpmatl (31, Mrs. Carlsmlth, llllln lines flslieil nil nnrts nf immlln
Corner llcretanla and Miller Sts. i,,frIlyro",11,a'Fl1, iir8,,DBK,n?r' J!' from ll,e n,ll",e anJ wnoroiisly sup-
Kxhlblt will bo oen from W' Caml,uc". Mr- Paul "arlets, Mrs. piled pond. Mrs. Itoss' little guests
May 28 to June 1 W' " "Iserman. Mrs. Ollle Shlpman. invited to meet Winifred Thompson
i, i, Mrs. Lvmnn. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. wcre Edna Ilcers. Alleno lleorB. Ilaby
,-; -. u . .... . . , Moane. Mrs. Vicars and others. lleors. Mike Thompson, John Irwin,
mV rinrynrfnmlhi,,i iEnUr,a " Hubert Irwin and the McCall child-
out for an even n". S ah m-rft to M"' charl" F"""' 6rld-' rc"' A "r011 but """ "ot of c"11"-
Wednesday of next week. About r.ij. ... Vm" .i..,"" ....
forty guests lmo been bidden. Mrs.
bridge afternoon. Five tables were Mr. and Mrs. Tenney-Peck'a Dinner.
Ibde-Smlth Is a woman with "a vcrv l,Iayc(1- This lovely party was held It was a delightful dinner given by
iijiieamiui hi woman wiin a very n.,,a,,. , . .,. w,nr Mr n,.i m Tnnnv.ioir ou i,iuin,i
i harming and fnsclnntlni: manner It on Tuesday afternoon at the Frailer Mr. and Mrs. Tcnney-Peek as befitted
s Inured a pleasure to kBnowSa" si o 'l0'"? " Alexander street. Mrs. Kan- tho hospitable distinction of the givers
will be always more or less a Honolu- d,ol1' ,Mooro ,waa , Blvc." ? beaatUul when they enteitalned on Thursday
Inn Mrs l! lln.Smltli i-nmna frnm nn t"1" '"l" rvini'ici-c ioi uviiik " iu I'.rnuiR ill iiuuui ui .Ml. mm mill.
old and I dli ngulsT.ed C'Snla famMy l,corcr' ",,lle ,,,e 8CC0'"1 ,rlzo Ka Nort'n Cn3" at tMr beautiful
w !cl bu lioen noieil for mw to? It. Klvcn t0 Mr8' Lyser Dna was n dalnty ,omo " w,Ww 8Vem,- T" ,abI
e erous and kind v matrons Madeira handkerchief. Mrs. Week center was massed In red rambler
generous aim Kindly matrons. wag Blycn the consoIaton glft Mrg ro8(!1, nnd maWenimr fcrn; the
m rarri. D.i,.,,,.. p..r.,i. Fraj.lcr's guests wore Mrs. Handolph candles wero shaded In a beautiful
I Ittlo I Miss i FMuMh i' ,. Moore Mr- Itaymond I'-own. Mrs. lone of red. The guests' places were
A MAKIKI HOMC FOR SALE FOR $3750
On lots purchased from
us and constructed so
as to give the greatest
convenience and com
fort. You select the
plan--we tell you how
much the bungalow will
costand then build ac
cording to the specifica
If you can't get away today or tomorrow telephone and we will
call and make an appointment to take you out to see the Makiki
property at your convenience.
Oliver G. Lansing,
80 Merchant Street
""' '"""'' ' UB,""iy amingeu picnic ., ,. nli.rlmMi Mr. Wllllnm tntuil li innolt. Mr nnil Uri Toimnv
j" w- rcckV guests-were Mrs jmMmmmmmmmmmmMBmmmmMmmwmmMmmNmmmmmmKmmmmmmmm
k, .,.' m.iJ ? . .. ...i.i ."" u ' Ham Schmidt. Mrs. Marston Campbell, Korthrup Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred- :'ftt,ttttttt,
"""" '"" ""'"""'" """ "V,M "' Mr. r-hnrloa tlnbn,i Mr. Ilnlanr nrll Vhi.n Mr ,....! Mr. Il.rrv I
Kai.olaul T wai anakoi 1 I II luokaianl Mttt'- 1,ea,1Ic' MrB' "er, il"i"on': Martin Hepburn. Mrs. Newton Icke.l
a ananakoa A ma Aug is t Inei Mra- Osborne. Mrs. John Drew, Mrs. Miss Alice Cornet. Miss Marian Havl f
lio". W.W. North and others. .land. Mr. Savaso.e ,d Signer d.
l.akoa. Hoy Low, John Low and Alex. www ru.iu. ...
nndnr Parisli. ; The Dramatic Club. I '
' Mr. nun Mrs. uastenuyg entcrtaineu mr. b.icnujrr.. on. uinn,
the Dramatic Club on Tuesday even- r- unstcniijK was nosi ni a wen
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wishard's Danc
ing. Tho time wns occupied In road- appointed and greatly enjoyed dinner
Tho Wlslinrd home wns tho sottinc ' '" "rBt ttcl ' "Confusion." Tho cfl Friday evening when ho entertain
lor ' n very Petty dance Tgiven In honor clllu l'"l'cslo put on the finished pro- ed for his house guest. Mr. John Hack
of Mis W 'shard's iuter Miss wi?,. ductlon on July fourth. Wd. The table center was massed
..,, 'r iV. A.f,.1i , . 1, i i r i. In pink rambler roses and maldcnbnlr
etend of Los Angeles, who Is hero vis- w w , -., ,,.,. . ,
ll ing her sister. Card tables wero pre- Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Dinner,
fern. Tho place cards wero pretty
oo. Uef esh- talncd on Mday oveLlng at a cha m- wer "S VWuTvn
. small tables. Ingly arranged dinner. The homo was, ."Vc KenLr Mr WO
.... ,... ... mnaan.i in i.nn..nr..i ..rin i.tn..nm D 1 1 en, Mr. l. i. Keiuieuy, Mr. W. L-
(US IIAU Uy IIIU '"vm ill ucuuiiiui atiH uiuoouimb, , ..., .. ,,,,, . -f- . .,..
.,,.14 ' tuiiipueii, itir, riiiL-i mm' i.ii iajiiii
limb iiki BiBiui. v-mu IUUH.-H wci o pre- "" . "nn ...... ui.nup w,i,c. Il.lnnil vlnivu Mr r"nloni!vlr, L'llfOlR
pared for those who did not wish to Mr. and Mrs. Ulshop of Hllo enter- 8,and..vJ0WH: 'r' ?a.s,,?n?.y.u ".J'"?8'?
trip tho light fantastic
ments wero served at
end a delightful time was had by tho massed In beautiful spring
. .,! IiI.I.I.h fa .....I ...... 11, 1. .1. A...1 funlliavv fnrn If lloln nnfitt
fUCnin uiuuuii, nil. 1II1U iHI. tVlttll mum ituiii" tv..,. .-(..Dti. uvvw Pli,.rort.
.....I.. ....h..tn l...nl.l.... .,. .. . nr tt... I.nnr nfln. .Ittmni. M. nml Mr illUriUUII.
limn huuniii. uvoiuvn iiiu (illirni Ul t.u... ... uin.ai. ...i. mm . . , . . I
honor, Miss Wlnstcnd, were Dr. and lllshop's guests wero Mr. and Mrs .n.. r.n.u nininn I
(k Mis. I'irtiiam. Mr. and Mrs. Charles vah Scott. Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Patten,, Mr- '"d lK"-,W,lter F"nel, Dllllna"
Itlco, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Illco, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Watson. Dr. and Mrs. "" " """ ,,,,.. Tnmlllei011l
nnd Mrs. Jack Coney. Mr. and Mrs. Sexton. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. N. Holmes.l "r- a,ld " (j S" , T"" 'Vf '' !
Carlpr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. A. C-. Curtis. Mr. nnd Rocker were the ''"n"1'" u s "
Dr. and Mrs. Glascr, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ilahllng. Mr. and Mrs. It. John- " n" d "". C?J anointed dn
Morange. Mr. and Mrs. Hills. Mr and 'ft""' ' 7'. Miss Curtis a ' ""'tl
. m; ,r iZ, i mI ,ar V Mr .. . rf,, made the table most attractive. The
. f.W. Vi!ll,i .' n ,Mrs-,MrM' Ly,,er a Brd fle. Ho,t",1- , , Place cards wero dainty hand painted
(1. P, Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer,1 Mrs. Lyscr entertained tho Wed icencs and were very pretty. Mr and
Mr. and Mrs, Hans Isenberg, Mr. nnd nesday Ilrldge Club at her Manoa Mrs Crocker are being very royally1
Mm. Ilaldwln. Mr. and Mrs. Ilobcrt. homo this week. The gift, which was entertained by a largo circle of
miii, Madnino lllee, Mrs. Lydgate, Mrs. a very dainty Madeira handkerchief, friends Mr and-Mrs Dillingham's I
II.iv, Mrs. Arthur nice, Miss Kaul was awarded to Urs. O.iy Oere. Mrs. Rliestn " wero' Mr. and Mm. Charleb
Wilcox. Miss Lulu Webber. Miss Mum Lysers gues s wero Mrs Guy Core, Tom,jcton Crocker. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
lord. Miss Lottlo Jordan, Miss Iloscoo, Mrs. Phillip Frear. Mrs. C. P. Moore, 0m Dillingham Mr nn,i Mr aeorge
Miss Ayer, Miss Wells, Miss Gardner, Mrs. ClmrlcB Hon, Mrs. Handolph 0. Davlea Mr and Mrs Itlchnr'd Ivers,
Miss lllnnch Sopcr, Mrs. Christ. Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Otto lllerbnch. Mrs. Wll- ntla jir anil Mrs George Potter
Webber and Mrs. Dean; Mr. Derby, Ham Goctz, Mrs. Fred Potter, Mrs.i ' '
Mr. Morgan. Mr. Walter Icllryde. Sam Dcfrccst. Mrs. Iliser, Mrs. Ilerncr Mrs Archer Irwin a Hostess I
Mr. W. II. Hlce, Jr., Mr. Crawford, Mr. nnd Mrs, John Drew-. Mrs, Art,iier Irw entertained In
do Ijicy, Judge Dolo. Mr. G. P. Wll- ,l0nor of M, Winifred Aiken, klio
(ox, Mr. (Irniidali, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Mrs. Mufr Entertains at Cards. . i,nH been here visiting her sister. Mrs
Lovolaud and Mr. llnrily. Mrs. Mulr of Hakalau entertained Lambert Thompson, for thu nnst six
n small party of friends, on Tuesday months. Many pleasant fnrowell
afternoon, The homo Was prettily Invnrn worn clvnn Ihls nlinrmtnir ulrl I
adorned with spring blossoms. Mra. who leaves here this week for Hono-I
Mulr's gucstB wero Mrs. Johri Iloss, lulu, where she will board tho Sierra!
mrs. iiiompson, Mm. Irwin. Mls for her homo In Ilerkeloy. MIs's Aiken
Alkon, Mrs. Heeis, Mrs. W. Hoss. Mrs.' Is taking with her to tho maliiland her
lltllo niece, Miss Winifred Thompson.
Mrs. Wloht In Berlin.
Henry Parker, an old and dear friend loom was tho setting for ona of the The Pails edition nf tho Now Ynrkl
of both families. Juago Hartwcllinost elaborate nnd elegant dinner Herald publishes (he following from!
Miss Juliette Hartwell and Mr. Olaf
Suiemon wero united In the holy
bonds of wedlock on last Saturday
evening. Tho wedding party was a
small one and composed tho relatives
and Immediate relatives of the con
tracting parties. The wedding cere
mony was performed by Hever'cnd
McCall and Mrs. Hitchcok,
Mrs. J. W. Falls a Hostess.
The Monna Hotel private dining
Its llcrlln correspondent under dnte ct
"Mrs. Lauru Wilder Wight of Hono
lulu, who has taken an apartment In
l'erllu, gave a large muslcalo and tea
on Sunday for Mr. William Knrl
Pirsch, an American uarltnnc, who
furnishod tho entire program. About,
sixty guests wero present. I
Miss Miriam Stacker's Dance. j
Miss Miriam Stacker was hostess at ,
n cuuriiuuK uiiu iiuunuui uuiiciug
party on Thursday evening. Tho
Stucker home wns prettily decorated
In spring blossoms and feathery
greens. The dnnco wns given In honor
of Mlrs Martha Lullock, Miss Leslie
Tultoch and Itnlph Richards, who have
Just returned from Stanford ami are
on their way to their Island homes
A very unique and pleasing decora
tion was done. In honor of tho guests
of honor, part of the house being dec
orated in bun und blue, as all three
wero former Puliation students, and
tho rest of tho houso was dono in red
and white pennnnts and streamers of
Stanford. A Jolly good time was hml
and the guests left very reluctantly.
Miss Stnckcr's guestH wero Miss Les
lie and Miss Mnrlha Lullock and Mr,
Itnlob Itlchnrds. the uuests of Imnni.
Miss Carol Low, Miss Itutli 91 acker,!
Miss Clorlnda Low, Mhs Glumn Mr-'
Criickeu, Miss Oprah Hterrlt, Miss
Margaret Omstend, Miss Marjory Clia
pin, Miss Marian Chapln, Miss Until
trine Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry"1
Gluacu, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Uakor Ille-i
low, Mr. Harold Johnstone, Mr. Wil
liam Ouderklrk, Mr. Ilert Glhb, Mr.
lMwin Glbh. Mr. Wallace, Mr. J. K,
llrown, Mr. John Ashley. Mr. Hnduey
Hogers, Mr. A. Gerlz, Mr.' reniu-r
Stlckncr and Mr. Hdwnrd Hiitclilnson,
Miss Amy Williams' Dancing Party.
Miss Anabel Low wuh thu motif for
a delightful and pleasant dancing
party given by Miss Amy Wlllluma In
her honor. Many favors and, kind
nosses have been showered upon
Miss Low, who will If-itvo llllo In .luiiu.
Hljo comes to town, whore luir mar
rlugu will tako place at tho home of
her father mid mother, Mr mid Mrs.
Kbeu Low. The dance given by MIk-i
NVilllnms wns held In thu Kplscopal
Hall on Pleasant street, which was
beautifully decorated for thu fesllvo
occasion. AOout thirty couples thor
oughly enjoyed their gracious hostess
hospitality. It wns a party of inimur-
lieu peopio, ciiupcrnneu uy aiibs ii. .
Patten, Mrs. Robert Fairest, Mis. V
II. HlHeriiinn und Mis. Charles Mc
The lllawntlia entertainment at the
Knmehiimohu School for Girls' on
Saturday evening ut 8 o'clock Is nn
open ulr performance, und for the
benefit of the Aluiunue Helief Fund
und tho Athletic Association Tickets
for sale at Arlelgh's, Thrum's und the
Arts and Crafts.
Mrs. Meek left on Wednesday's
steumer. Sho has been the house guest
of her daughter, Mrs. Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm lloogs left
en tho Manchuria to ha present nt thu
marriago of their ton, Frank, nnd
Miss P.thel McKcnsle. Thu wcddlit;;
Is to take place the first part of June.
The young couple will come back h6re
Mrs. F. Kugenn Steero wu a de
lurtiug passenger on thu Wilhelmliin
for a three months' trip through thu
Asks: How About That Suit?
Will Give It a New Look.
It only takes one suit cleaned this way to con
vince you that dry cleaning is not only best for
appearance, but also for economy.
Telephone and an auto delivery will call.
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