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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. SATURDAY, OCT. V 1012.
Anions i hose present wre Mr. ami!
Mrs. Krowits. .Mr. and Mrs. liuuvi
Sehafer, Mr. and Mrs. Juei:-;'.
and Mrs. CharP-s ChiUir.i: v. -i. : :;. huh
Mr; Moiisar,,!'. Mr. alio Mr.
K. .vpupay, Dr ai.d Mr- M.;;.-
Mis.1 Line I Whi'ini;
Tl;t KafiiiuKi an! 4 I ufr.
The Kaim-iki Curd i!iti vas nif-r
t?iTi-d en Thursday by Mrs jam
Guild at hr home n Hth a-aiU'
1 :); iirr prize was ihKa.Dy tr;e eoM-i
' S-. the seeond by Mrs. M V V-tI . ;
arid th" -(insolation bv Mrs. I.. K.i
I Thaver. Anions those nrc-em wre.
S ttiMrs. M. A. Webb, Mrs. I., iv Th:er.'
U VXl.lASii DAYS ; Vrs. Aithur Thav-r. Mrs. liar.-. Mi-;.-!
I? HtU MOVHl 1.1 tt' Mabel Man-. Mrs. Warn. Mrs liiiv M.
JJ 55;Hitw. Mis. Louis lnirw.tni. Mr--.
J? .Mondays Punahou, College t: ; "a :ua, Mrs. Lmii 'Wndt. Mrs. San.
Hills. Manoa, Mukiki. Sl'-ck a'"'! Mrs. James guild.
H Tufsdaj) Waikiki, Kapiolani HI
Park. Kaimuki, Palolo. First n!-Mnv wjn Dinner.
Tuesday, Fort Rufipr. tti Mr. and Mrs. John Trf-nnolni Wai-
H Wednesdaj Nuuanu, Puunui. a ' 'ntfrtain-d informally '! Htsday
8 Pacific Heights. First and third If ,'i:R with a Merry Widow dinner,
U Wednesdays. above Nuuanu 8; 111 "nor of t !:! friends w host' inis-j
K bridge; second and fourth Wed- 8 1 t'ands are away enjoying hunting
:i nesdays, below bridge; fourth j 11 Is. and very appropriately the
8 Wednesday. Faci3c Heights; first 8 P' resistance of the dinner wa:
:8and third Wednesdays. Aluwa CJvMiMjn, the spoils of a nvent hunl
8 Heights 8;'nK "'! The fjuests of coinplimen.
'8 TMiirx'dnys The iMains. were Mrs. J. J. Bolser and Mrs. Louis
8 Fridays Hotels and town. 8J-J Warren, whoso tiusbanls are caaip-
!8 Fourth Friday, Fort Shafter; KiluB au nunung in w:e mouniai.is o
!8 first Friday. 8
.8 Saturdsj.s Kalihi. Third and 8
8 fourth Saturdays. Kaniehameha 8
8 Schools. 8
;8 Society Editor Telephone 8
.Northern California and Oregon; and
Mrs. Krnest Clark, whose husband is
visiting the George Cookes on Molokai
lor two weeks. Other gu'Sts were
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frazier, Mr. and
ajMrs. D. F. Thrum and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr.! I - iy:: W-: . I
! J ' Iff" :yiJ
kr-v. -;iv v.
fl - I y .
i8 8 8 8 8 8 ii 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 ! Charles CI. Heiser, Jr.
Neuman, Miss Margie Peterson, Miss
Violet Stover, Miss Janfj Winnie, Miso
i Vilfcelnina Tenney. Miss Margaret
AVaterhouse. Miss Cordelia Walker,
I Miss 'Edith Williams, Mr. David An
derson! Mr, Bostron Mr. C. Burch
r.ell. Mr. Reginald Carter, Mr. Dart
Clark, Mr. Jack Guam. Mr. Gaylord,
Mr. Robert McCorriston. Mr. Foster.
Mr. Percy Deverill, Mr. Frank Arm
itrong, Mr. Paul Glade, Mr. Geo.
Fuller, Mr. Allison Jordan, W. H.
Hoogs, Jr., Mr. James Morgan, Mr,
The chairs of the three "merry wid
ows" were marked by big bows of
lavender tulle as half mourning, while
yellow chrysanthemums and golden
rod were used on the .able. The
place cards bore silhouette sketches
of mountain deer. Selections irom
"The Merry Wide-., and other inusic
entertained the guests after dinner.
Pretty Wedding At St. Andrews.
'St. Andrews CxtLedraf was the
! scene of a very pretty wedding o
. Walter Ry'croft. Mr. Guilford Whit-i Wednesday evening when Miss Caro
tiey. Mr. Hoby Walker. Mr. am!'lue ? .lue ",me Vl ,
John Clark of this city. The catnedral
was prettily decorated with ferns lor
j Walker, Mr. Carruthers, Mr. E. Melan-
inhv Mr ntou-enn Nrtt Mr n MeCnr
Tiston, Mr. Jack Guard, Mr. Ed. Hede-! a..uu. : " '
.mann. Dr. Hcdemann. Mr. Burchneil.j nde? by Miss Daisy bmith entered
due CUUI 111 n cai tug t nauueume ev,i.
Mr. Walter Love, Mr. Henry Damon,
jMr. Frederick Wichman, Mr. Robept
Sinclair, Lieut. Vaughn, Lieut. PralL
-Mr. Guy Macfarlane, Mr. Ed. Loomis,
of white crepe charmeuse ornamented
with shadow lace. The skirt was drai
t-d and fashioned with a long pointe '
train. Her veil was fastened with
bridal roses and she carried 'an Ivor
-Sirs. Frank Dillingham's Sewing Tea.) prayer book.
j Mrs. Frank Dillingham entertained The brides maid wore a net tun.r
at an informal sewing tea on Tuesday
over old gold crepe charmeuse tlu
' ; . - MISS E3I3IALIXE MAfiOOX
. . tl-ff4- f -f f 4- .sewing, delightful refreshments were
serve a. rne guests were: Airs. Aiex-
' afternoon at her home in Manoa val- skirt of which was draped in graceful-
ley. After devoting the afternoon tojiy clinging lines. She wore a largf
portrait hat of old goldlace.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Clirk are wel'
...... iH,.-vniMi Mr-'o r(.hf i..-f .j ander Lindsay. Mrs. Spencer Bowen, .known in Honolulu and have a host
were the guests 6r Honor at furs. Warren. Mrnd Mrs. R, b! An-; ulmpn t wm ' S" Ar'th SJ Tbe?HWM e at Tn
Uauce at the Country Cluhtvde the latter part of Oc-
k. u. .nt .M' iVn m iiKc'ifnn. M'rn4 erg, ivirs. ivenuein orown, airs, lxjuih tober.
,.B . ..Z ,-. . jih!5i? iP vTrnn ", a - a warren, Mrs. ixjomis, jvirs. Anuraae
i more beauUfully decorated ian Haiawinv Mr.' and: Mr R. Booths llrj Mr8, K0iDeri
Miss Nora Sturgeon's Luncrteon.
Mits -'Alice Cooke was the torhple
hi decoTons pTnk andbe. 1 Alfred Cas Ue, M r. and M rs7J. Lt MIM JK at TJ1068 at uily iuform-
i wL developed with pink and blue Cockturn. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Castle, a Jf07o 1UDen 0n , v
-;.inita'-nf-.th--Bime Mp- inri.-UR. j p Cal- 4r a limcheon on', Thursday ot Miss ve Nora sturgeon in Nuuanu The affan
. UUKMO auu m"v w - - nfTHna UAlsnrnrtti Tho lah a oontor. I
i. The tlowers-were arUsticallylr.. E. B. Clark. Mr.- and Mrs. Her- " as Yn- attractive arrangement
r.Sed UiroughoutethenairfwhceUrt Dowsett. Mr. and Mrs. Harold dainty bink roses' Covers were
caucing entmed. Tulle was dettly iJUUaghain. Air. and Mrs. Walter Dil- ?La7L?Ln
; cd fa the comers and around .the linghami'AIr. and Mrs. F. B. Damon, fff
was a farewell to Miss Cooke who
leave for a vis!t to the mainland next
Tuesday. The table centerpiece was
a pretty arrangement of pink carna-
ons. Covers were laid for nine in-
3HSS HELEN COI LTER, OF SAISALITO,
villi her husiK-nd. Mr. Robert McEl-' Tho.e who attended the lunchec
lowney. Mr. and Mrs. llcEldowiicy were Dr. Herbert, L. Willett, Of th'
.:av- been in ("aliforuia on th1r v;eJ- department or Semitic languiges an
'ing t(iur si.ii e the farly j;art of literature, and .Mrs. Willett, Unlve
Juno. Thouiih she hai been at home sity or "hicago, Thomas L. Shint
. few days, her friends hae alreaiy Mary Chapman, Mary J." Baker, Flo
nade a great many social demands on ence K. Baker. Dean R. Wickes an ,
Mrs. MoKldo sney. and the home-coin- Mrs. Wickes, AurePi Ferpison. Mr:
ing welcome extendeil the young Sarjh W. Harrison and Lillian i
iDiipIe is a war'u one.
.Uiss Lvdia McSiockrr Entertained.
Todd. Dr. Willett was in charge o
the party. The hosts were Dr. an
Mrs. S. D. Barne3. Mr. ani Mrs, Rile
On Mondav afternoon Miss Edith!"- A11en' R r;' '
rowles was V.ostess at an informal j 'f'- ' A' b7ai1' 0ffl"
sewing lea for Miss Lydia Mcbtccker.
The guests were Miss Lydia McStock
er, Miss Julia MeStocker. Mrs. Hum
boldt, Mrs, Williams. Mrs. Clark Mrs.
Wilder, Miss He!eO?JJrowa, Miss Eih
1 Spalding, and Mrs. Douglas Mc
Mrs. Earker's Sewing Tea.
Mrs. H. A. Marker, wife of Lieut.
College of Hawaii, was thf; guest c
the Chicago alumni at the luncheo
Maroon, the university color va ,
carried out in the taVe docMrau"!!
and the affair had a distinct -no'le
flavor. Dr. Willett sv,oke on tha pn.
eress of the university and told thi
fonrer s.idnts here something of it
history i ince their grailuatiou.
Mr. and Mrs. Wickes will re-mar
darker of Fort Shatter, entertained j ,,pro r,)r some (WO weeks. They, an
- - rnAio unnvia i . aire innn vwimAfi j :nfAmrti . j . . i "
i .rTTl'f 7h. d.nrPM SS StoTp FSi7S i3 K 3IIss Geraldine Neumann Entertained. cluding, Miss Alice Cooker-Miss rJmily
- heads of the dancera On Tuesday Evening Miss Violet i Far,ey. Mrs. Herbert Dowsett (Mis
re received by Mr. and. Mr. . Ctor- vfford Game, Mr. and Mfs. J.Gil. stoever gave a dinner in compliment Laur Nott). mIss Beatrice Holes-
m m, aa,.,.iim mra. a. r. uruus, tQ Ms GeraldIne Neumann, who leftUi, mic Morr w.thn
:ke .And Miss Alice 'Cooke.. Mrs, Mary Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gart- Pnp thA rnflS; ,n the Sonoma vesver-i n,:: nTT n"!
Miss Wilhelminallenney.Miss Mtiriel
Howatt, Miss Jessie Kennedy ane:
Miss Nora Sturgeon.
Miss Touller a Visitor.
Miss Helen Coulter, whose picture
appears in this Issue, arrived in Ho
nolulu in the early part of the we V
and will visit Mrs. John Guild until j v;P. ;t'; S. Mc-'v'e J . ! n . n , Mrs. Mmi.h,
at an informal r,eviug tea yesterday
Afternoon for her mother, Mrs. Honey
man of' Portland, who is visiting her.
Mrs. Barker's guerts were Mrs. Honey
man, Mrs. Ci'se. .M .setty Case, Mrs.
Jameson, Mrs. Wholly', "Mrs. Kenrefiy.
Miss Llh-,1 rp-iiding and Mrs. Free
Mrs. Bush's Thimble Bee.
Mrs. (',. Frer; liush was hostess at
:n u forma! thimble l?ee yesterday af
ternoon for three of the teachers who
.'.ave c't.ie her' tins ytar- - Miss Max
v t li. Miss I i : i-1 -1 and Miss Draw1 then.
I Me s;u sis i:. cledc-d Mis? Maxwell.
Y.ibi; Burto'.i. Mi.-s Draw then. Miss
Clark, Mvs. I.y.tr, Mrs. Lewis Ed
v.;i!u Davis. Mi: s IMy. Mis McKen-
ley; Dr. and Mrs. C. B. High. Mr. and Tho nW ..v.. fnr th1 rnr-
. . . . U T A in4 W 1 r 1 J tnro . If. n A linn. ...
;;r. ana wnvAnuur JUllw,lUl.' " 4' " ation was red and was developed with
:s. K. B. Kiamp, Mr. and Mrs. CUf- iurn. Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Hobdy, Mr. red poinciana regia Coyers were
J Kimi)all,M-ieut. and Mrs. Ross, and Mrs. c. C. von Hamm, Mr.-and iald for Miss Geraldine Neumann, Miss
ugsbury, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Low- Mrf. F. h.-Hoogs. Mr. and Mrs.Chas. Jes8ie Kennedy, Miss Muriel Howatt,
y, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lowreyi Mr. .menway. Mr. and Mrs. L: M. Judd, Mig3 Lady Macfarlane, Miss Wilhel
i Mrs. Sherwood Lowrey, Mr. and t nr.- and Mrs. James Judd, Miss Helen Tenney, Miss Eloise Wichman,
: s. J. H. Love, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. ic.sandtr. Miss Violet Atherton," Miss Mrs: W. F. Wichman and Miss Violet
ve, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ivers, v!itb? Atcrton, Miss Laura Ather- stoever.
J.r and Mn. Alex. Lindsay. Mr. and tpa, Mlts Bloch. Miss Gertrude' Brown, . : a
rs. A. .Lewis Jr., Mr. and Mrs. B; ir Acc Brown, Miss Isabel McCor- Mrs. Ai 0. M. Robertson's Pol
Mm Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur Macktn- Js ton, Miss Juliette Cooke, Miss Alice - wnnrir .
-k Mr. . i- Mrlfin Mr. and'Mrt. fnrnot 't! t? Pbttnn" Mfoc VAt - tr v, Coulter Is an artist who visited Ho. IT. Warn u, .M:.'. .ah 1 and Mrs
rthur Rice. Mr. and Mrs.. Geo. Isen- -wi(. iiiss May amon, Miss Ethel complimented guests at an elaborate
rg, Mr. and Mrs; E. A. Ross, Mr. and amen. Mies Emily Farley. Miss Elll- pci supncr on Wednesday evening
rs. Ldwia V$.tiB, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. -oil, Miss Fanny Hoogs. Miss, Marion gjVen bv Judge and Mrs. A. G. M.
ttpr; Mr. and Mrs. L Tenney Peck, LBvt'and, Miss Muriel Howatt, Miss
Rnhertsnn The lnnp, tahle was rnv-
.r. and'Mra.-2kaimey $cqtt. Mr. and r.ary yon Holt. Miss Beatrice Holds- ered with greens interspersed with I Coulter is an accomplished pianist, sity of Ch?.- w.-re nteriainx: I '. ,
,'9 f B 'Smita, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. worth, Miss Helen Irwin, Miss May yellow coreopsis The centerpiece having studied at St. Bridget's ead-;Tl ursdav of th.s !-. by Io al rtlitm-
ctt-Smith. Mr. and Mrs. E.-W! ut- ?-.:ac?:el,.ttiss Claire Kelley, Miss Kate was a iarge calabash filled with Ha- on,y in San Francisco and is we,i ' ,M aml ln' ,p" s'u1, n?-c ot t:ip
- ir and Mrs. Malcolm Mclntyrcv ---f't-y. Mis 1-orna laukea, Miss Es- wnlinn fmit The hand-fainted nlace ' known in the musical circles there. est lrstm ; ; n. The party arrived
I March. Miss Coulter is the daushte; J Air.-;. Am-'-i An u- iu. ..iit s Lindsay. Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coulter of ! ' 'iai k, M rs. r!'.ar:. l"ra :ier, Mrs. John
Sausalito and San Francisco. Alr.L-'dmnn, Mr. Li uis i.; icti. Mrs. John
nolulu about two years ago and inadtM'J ackal.ury.
some sketches of the island. Mr. j
Couiter has his studio in' San Fran 1 Chiciaoans Ente tained He-e.
cisco and is well known there. Miss! a party of ' visitor. I rem the Timer
the missionaries who are sent out
North China by the Central Uttfo
church layman .and will leave pVot
ably by the China for tLeir poat i:
Lady Friends Surprise.
A most delightful surprise party was
;iven to Mrs. W. Heilhron'at the Ha-
vaiian Hr.tel Tuesday by a number')
:f her lady friends, Mrs. Theo. lloff-j
uaa being the moving spirit of the.
il'tair. The surprise was complete.
ach lady in the party brought u .'gift i
m the line of ctiir.a. cips and saucers j
)r don;iT;at i;ig. ' l
Tables wire set and the afternoon
spent in the alluring game, of whist, the
prizes teinr v.cn by Mrs. W. J?. Ri'ey.j
ilvtr spoon; Mrs. Anna Wright, a
fan; the consolation o!n to Mrs. II.:
H. Wlliiams. f
After the dif tribvtion of prizes, de-;
'ightful refrf .'.hivtnto were strvid on,1
The ladiep fe.'ti'r.s: the. surprise.
pa; 'y were Mrr-. T. har;. Mrs. II. H.
Tccths Return Home.
LOS ANGELES. Cab. Sept. 22. Mr.
and Mrs Willis Booth and their HttU
Perns, arn at home. tc, having
rettiH'.ed i r :n the Hawaiian Tsland..
alter an !:.ti tr?;v
I h y tiiiw many fri-!Hls in llono
lulu. and Wfiv txtensnely rntertainrd
.vli- ! h'.Mikori. daughter of Har
ity 1 !a:;iii;u?i. who it a mete ol Mrs.
ivK.i i. .as vith t.iem. and the party
vi.oiud the famous volcano. Kilauea.
ami otcr points of interest. They
pasid much tinif at Waikiki Beach,
and N-arad ti. enjoy the surfboat rid
.iiii. .''.u'. j ro idt s a spice of excite
ment iii trie peaceful days over at the
Mrs. Chillingworth's Dinner.
Mrs. Cha-ns I-' Chiilitigworth wai
aosttss itetntl at ai t la borate tare
Aei! d.a.it r m Honor of Mr. u:id Mrs.
itnrry Purdy of iiumuula sheep sta
. ion. 1 h attatr was given at her
,t"tty bungalow home.
i r.- div.iiig room and the table were
itaiitif.jiiy deforaltd. atul tile feast,
.vhcit was distinctly Hawaiian in char
itttr. pr-Miittd many varieties of Is
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
larry I urdy. Mr. Haiiko Malmaupo.
riumia; Chestbro of Wainieu. fiu
Aa;j; Mrt. John H. Wise. Mrs. Tuamas
-musty Sr. uf Waiana and Miss Mary
Miss Ethel Spalding Entertains at
, Miss Ethel Spalding was hoateaa a.1
n- informal ridge party on Wednes
day afternoon the guests or honor te
.ng Miss McAfee and Miss Gemma
.adaian. The prizes were silk hoso.
nd were given to .Mrs. George Turn
er, Mits Florence Hoffman, Mri. BarK
?r and Miss Juliet AtLerton. Anions
,.hose present were. Miss McAfee.
Miss Gemma Wad man, , Mrs. McAree, .
.vlr8. Turner, Mrs. Wlliams. Miss Klo
?nco Horimin. Mrs. , Barker. Mr.
'Yank Thorn pson, Misi Betty Case,
Miss Helen Brown. Mrs. Gerald John
:on,Miss Hairiest Youns. Miss ViJlet.
aherton, Miss Juliet . Atherton. Mrs.
.dams and Airs. Ethel Spalding.-
- , . '
liss Magoon's Dante. "
The young folks of Honolulu ha.ro
een. for the past week making en 1
husiastlc preparations for. tlie mas-v
;iierade that Miss Emmallne lagoon
s giving this evening. The affair wa3
aimed originally for Mrs. Anderson
sister of the young hostess, but un
ortunately Mr. and Mrs. Anderson
ift for San Francisco yesterday after
oon. The large lanai In the hom of y
Ir. and Mrs. J. A. Magoon erected a
w years ago especially for the. con
tnience and pleasure ;of: the-yonnj
eople is admirably suited, for dancin?
nd this evening U.;il be' a scene of
inch laughter and enjoyment. About ;;
hundred and fifty' young people will
rip the light gantastic thit evening.
. - :.;--. -V--'
arty for Mies Vera Downey. . : t '
Mrs. Mary Downey gave a party.Iast ,
iturday afternoon for her daughter,
iss Vera, who will marry Mr. .Will y
imes this month; The guests wem
iss Dpw, Miss Woodford, Miss Fea- ;!
lerstohe, Mrsti Marvin, MUs Hazel v
'.axin. Miss Hazel iUdley, Misa Kath
en Walker, Miss Sophie Walker,
I Iss Collins, Miss Parker, Miss Fen- . . .
la Miles, the Misses , Reece, Mrs. ;
ioores, Miss Ethel James. Miss Car-
rie James, Miss Lud wig. Miss Abbie V
Bronley, MLss Ethlyn Harris,- Miss '
Hilda Wlkander, Miss Slgna Wik
ander. Miss Kempster.
Miss Carmen Ghirardelli will be
hostess Saturday night at an informal ',
dance at the home of her mother, Mrs. .
Thomas Watson Cushlng. Mr. and
Mrs. dishing. Miss Ghirardelli and
Clarence Reed are planning to leave
for a, trip to Honolulu October 12. and
Saturday's gathering will be one of
several affairg, that will bring friends
cf Miss Ghirardelli together, prior to
her departure. San Francisco Call.
IMiHlel, Mrs. P.
I ... . . . .r,. ,,
r and Mrs. Walter Macfarlane, Pay- tjr Kopire, Miss U. Kopke, Miss cards were ornamented with minia- Though she does not intend to give " i t:.e ir;..o v:n s-u.t was met c..
'terand Mrs.1 SUvehs. Mr. and Mrs." ' if a Kimball, Miss Mary Moore, ture ilima leis. Single ilima and concert while here, the young lady (':; agoans nsidLtr. !.:e. An .rato
'.' G. SinglehuiTt. Br. and Mrs.-War- vp- A" Judd, Miss Jessie Ken- mail e leis were given to the gentle-1 wiR no doubt be heard at private re- trip to the Pali and other points or
cn Shepntrd, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. i Ms Wrz. Mi?s Nora Sturgeon, men and double ones to the ladies, j citals. ; interest w:.s the program in the morn
inngie, Mr. and Mrs. F, Thoapson, : Iss fcra Swanzy, Miss Blanche The after-dinner hour was devoted to
'r. and Mrr Aftert Waterhouse, Mr. ' per. Miss Anna Sorenson, Miss music and - cards. Mrs. Robertson,
nd Mrs. Jcha Walkei. JuCge and Mrs. 'ice Macfarlane. Miss Lady Macfar- who is n talented musician, sang and
,V. VVcitncy. Mr. and Mrs. James WH- no, Miss oar a Lucas, .Miss Tillie played a number of Hawaiian songs.
ii.'r v.i: i .!;! :-i!eoe w fro n 1 i r .
Mrs. Robert McEldowney. ne-e Mise '5ub. a isi to V.'rilviki Iea: h an ! ,.'
Grace Robertson, returned to Hoiio- aouaiiiua in '!v iiu-ni.i.in, the sti-.nn-lulu
in the early part of the week or leaving at live o'clock.
Lr.nl, Mr:.. ('. S Stevnis, .Mrs. R. L.
Auort'iifh. .'J r.- . o-o. Martin, Mrs. J.
i. '(.h a. Mrs. ( heriiio force, Mrs. 1
i). Mclni.vi'o. Mrs. A. ('. Campbell, Mrs.!
W. l. Pib y. Mrs. Tl o. Hoffman. Mrs.!
1 1 . Wrbrter. :.in--. '!'. Smith, !.lrs. J. R.
MacLt-a'r., Air.-. ('. L. Crabbe, Mrs. A.1
Pratt. Mr: . IL B. needy. Mrs. A. S.
Wrl.sihf. Mrs. K P.. Port, r. Miv. J. I
('roekoft. p. Miller. Mrs. ('. I'.
Mrrrill. .irs. W. l.'Mbri;n, Mh-s Drum-'
may be overcome
by a warm bath
Sold br HUT IUr U DOmW Dr.. '
druggists. Uckr brwa.Hc
IMPOP.TED SCOTCH NETG, in white, cream and ecru. Beautiful
Persian 3r.d conventional patte ns.
' MERCERIZED SQUARE-MESH SCRIMS, with hemstitched border
and fancy drawnwork center, from 25c per yard.
New designs in SCRIM CURTAINS with Grecian insertion, from
$2.25 per pair.
Illustrating in colors and lace designs the latest
BUTTERICK fashions. Thee are now being shown
in our Beretania St. show window, and are all advance
styles for 19121913.
BVTTERICK PA TTERNS THE DELINK A TOR
AUTUMN FASHIONS now on sale
A icw line of FRENCH HAND - EMBROIDERED DRESSES,
SKIF5TS, ,123. 3ACQUES. V RAPPERS, CAPS and UNDERWEAR
ha; juct been put into stock.
WHITE CASH. MERE WRAPPERS embroidered in pink, blue and
v.hit-.-: H A r:D-K N IT SHAWLS" and AFGHANS; SILK KNIT TOQUES
in v, hitc, baby blue and red.
S-r. i -csble WHITE DRESSES for Passes, age 6 to 14. in White
Lawn sr' Marq-jfsettc, trimmeJ w;th lace and embroidery.
!LTd e-rfcrciecred c-n fire Linen, all different designs, at $3 each.
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