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BVBNINQ BUtLETIN, nOKQT.TILP. T. H.. SATUnDAY, NOV. 3. lOOfl.
A covered Inimcli conveyed the guests i Wilder and Miss Adelo ilo Uutlsue,
to the nopulni cable ship ami Ihcy wero (who lias kindly consented to dance for
lecelved by the smiling hoits at thnwcet charity's nakc. Tliosu who have
head of the strep staircase Two-steps sei'ii her know that sin' Is a must
and wultrcs were Indulged In and there, beautiful and graceful dancer. The
were otto or two fancy dances by the various booths are as follow: Can
lair guests. Supper was served nmlcl-'ily, MJss ltuth Super; Toys. Mrs.
rltlMi. Cnptalu Cumhu expects to tako Thompson and Mrs. Wall; Ice Civntn
his wife and daughter on his next trip Soda, Mrs. Keen and Mrs. Clultd; (Irah
to the Coast. Mrs. Comhe looked very , Han, Mis. Hendricks, Mi. CI 111 and
handsome on Saturday night In n black' Mrs. Hcmetiwny; Delicacies, Mrs, So
net frock with oversleeves and berthn ' per and Mrs. Emerson; Knnry Work,
of white lace. Among the quests Invlt-rMrs, Mist, Mrs. I.uyard ami Mrs. item
ed and present weic: Judge and Mts. enwny; Ten, Mrs. S. King and Miss
Stanley. Miss Dniiford, Mr nml Mrs. King; Plants, Mts, llarilsou. Mrs. Da-
TO THE THINOS-IN-LAW
Micro's to the bride and her father-in-law;
Here's to the groom and his mother-
Here's to the In other nml sisters-
May they none of them need uu ut-atlorney-at-law."
Y. W C. A. Hallowe'en Party
Welrdsome witches nnd pale faced
p.liosts received the guests In silence
mid mystery Tuesday evening at the I.cwton-llralu. Miss O'Meara. Mr. und vis and Mrs. demons.
Hallowe'en party given at Knglesldc by Mts, Ulcliard lvc(s, Mlts :;arlon Scott,
the Y. W C. A. members, nnd thcic j Mr and Mrs lierrll Wilder. Mr. und T)l0 y,K Mnrilcd Peoples' Pedro
were many unique features suggestive Mrs. Harry Macfarlaue, Mr. unci Mrs, (j,t which holds meetings i-wry two
of the Hallowe'en motif. Ulowlng Jack- Henry llutton .Miss Nannie Winston. w,.,,ig nl ,,,, mmv t membeis, met
o-'lanterns grinned at one from the i Ml Jessie kniilmutiti, Miss J""'- Thursday ovenlnK nl the home of Mr.
111 .1 I I.. .1 ..-.. llllll Mlll-U 1 II II. I ttld I fill If lit All I ' "
mini. wnin inn iilmiih nr inn i iiiikph i iiwi injo, .m nuii hub imiwu, .m M.i u-u t t: trti .... tr. ...... i. . ui -.... i
thone tlirough pumi.kln colored papet and Mrs l.aJtil. .dr pud Mrs. llalues.l ,,,,,, ,l(J , H1,)r,u,,, mnU Wl,, vu ,
upon which had been painted the gro-, Mr. unci Mis liuyselliii.-. I aplnlii nml , , A f ;t, lm,.llncrH ttt,rt. ,,. ,
teseniu races of merry little lliownles ' Mrs Sriiiscn. I.ndy llennl. Mr. ami . t ., . .. , .. ......Ji...... ,
Krc.li ureenerv nml t.rlcl.t llowerc Mrs. IjiUKO. Mr ami Mrs. llarcx.d, " ". '..;. ","' '.. ,J.' J''.!. " M'.'.r I
ir, nir v iiuiu iii, uimi .irs. rim, ti i
Miss llarraclough. Mr. and Mrs. C. W
C. Dcerlnz. Dr. anil Mrs. V. II. Hum-
pin Is. Miss Daiifnn'. Caitnln nnd Mrs.
Basil Coumbe. Mlis Molt, Miss Towle,
her pa in., Messrs jamles'c.n. Co-ltUurn, Watson'.'?," 7"!,",.,,,y ll as found that Sir
was not ' AmlerEon. MiKlnnot.. Uo.ltl. Shingle, K' J- Waterman had the highest a
wero used. In the decoration of the
pleasant looms. In ono corner a for
tune teller, dressed In glowing crimson
bright with tinsel, lifted the veil of the
future for all who crossed
llioimli b ver In tnls ease win
needed. Snakes nnd other emblems ol ' Clunlo, McManu, W
wisdom and sorcery surrounded the
mysterious gypsy who In reality wan
Mrs, Decolo. Miss Urchman and Miss
Hulchins nil In clinging black, with
peaked caps and the proverbial broom
sticks, Impersonated the witches white
the parts of the ghosts weru taken by
.Mis Scott and Mr. Huner.
nt. Itlcharcl Wright. Derby, Peterson
nnd Dr Ariultugo
St. Clement's Dazar
The annual Kalr for tho benefit tit
St. Clement's comes on on the after
noon and evening of November 'Jth,
It Is the custom of the club to
award n prize once each month, and
grcgate sc6ro for the month for wom
en, while I-:, II, Paris was the highest
f-corcr for the men. Following the
Karnes refreshments were served. The
next meeting of the club will be held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T I!.
Wall and the one after that at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. IS J. Wa
terman. The members uicr Mr. and
1) rln,. ll... nvfiilnr- vni-lnnu nrmivi. lint! Vrlilnv Tlii.r.. ultl In. Mm UsllliliMrS A. I'. Wall, Mr. Illlll Mrs. I!. J.
jirlote games and contests were In-jbooths for candy, fancy work. Ice' Waterman, Mr. and Mrs. 14. II. Paris.
InluHil In. .imonz them helm- h mien, 'rrenm. smln. n inv tnlilc utile h will Sir and Mrs. (leorge Angus. Mr. and
r . .... '" " ... .'. - .". ... ..!.. I ll ll I....... f .. .. l
lug conlul in wtilcli tlie nnswers end
ed In "cat" Mrs. Crockett played n
number of selections which were much
mjoyed and there were some blood-
cuidllng ghost stories related by those
be quite a feature, n booth, at which I1"- J ' """tiherty. Mr. nnd Mrs.
delicacies will be sold, n grab bag 'T. I". Wall, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. K. Itlch
unci a plant table, at which Mrs. liar- m-Isou, Dr. and Mrs. C. 11. High, Mr
rlson will bo In charge; she will nisei '"' lr. K. C. Smith. Mr and Mrs,
i. i .. .. . .i.. ... I! T llitMirrl
nuvu it large UMforiiiit'lil ui st-vun 111 - .-.
tl. A. 11, vetetun busted and In search
of a home to perfection. Miss Hay
Hell has been enst for tho delightful
...l ,,r 1 ,,,.... tnt-l' Tlila wilt In, hut.
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first appearance In loenl dinmutles.'
Mr Wan en's country boy will rccnll
his sue (.ess In the "College Widow,"
in which he appeared as a gawky
country boy A corps of young pco-'
pie Is being trained In dancing and
other forms of entertainment ns one
scene depicts a si hoot entertnltimen.
Mr Hluckmnn, who mude his Initial
success In Alabama," will appear as
The girts nt iftmihamehn dltln'
School jesterday did exeellent Work In
their songs and rerltntlons unit re
tlected gieat credit upon their Instruct
'rs. In the chorus work especially was
this noticeable nnd Miss llyhiHton of
the music department, who was their
director, has cause for much grntlflcu
lion. The girls possess sweet, well
modulated voices und they sang wllU
good expression, their voices blcndlliK
Mil. Among those who pnrticlpatcj
In the nl fresco exercises, nttrnctlvely
gowned In white, were Misses Margaret
Monn, Kllzabeth Kaann, Itose lllshnw.
Trances (lueltc, Julia 1'aMa, Alma liar
lets, Unhela Puaal, ICIIza (lllison, l.'miim
Napoleon, Julia Apll.t, Kauystlnu Vail
(lieson, liners Perluipau, Urpha Kinney,
Annie Davis, Olivia Townsend, Norj
itahaleale. Kulahlhl Plllwale, Iloso
llussey, Julia I-nzaro, Mllln Dunn, l.u
ijlla Knuuikawl, Maiy Kplug. Ida Hits
key, Minnie Kekuewu, IMIth ICoIa,
Anna M uniloii, Jennie N1U14 IMna Ulu
liiihele, l.ydl.i lliiae, l-'IOru llolloway,
Usther Iiuiu, Jenulo Williams, (leor
elTna Sheldon, Ixmlso Hohlnsou, Dora
Poller. I'stclln Juan, Cora Koltimokti,
(lerlrudc Iteuter. Lucy Knlinl, 1.01110
llrnad, Uiiilsa Xerbe, liessln Mclaknua
nil In black her ornament a diamond
butterfly. The moon, casting Its rn
(limit beams over the water, made the
grounds as light ns day, nnd tho ftcnlH
on tho lanal weru always occupied be
tween dances. It wns' a very delight
A largo nnd elaborate dinner was
iKlveii by Mrs. Hri'derlc Klamp un Mon
day evening In honor of her husband's
return from the Coast. The table was
dinner Mrs. Lindsay and Mra. Cooper
caiig. Among the guciits wero Mr. nnd
Hrs. Arthur Uerg. Mlas (llllet unci Mr.
Mrs. Kredcilc Klamp, who nlwnys
entertains to nicely, gave n luncheon
lor her aunt, Mrs. Smith, on Wednes
day. Mrs. Smith Is u very distinguished
type and her black ces am' white hair
have been much admired. She is as
vivacious as n girl nnd has contributed
much to the social set during her too
l.el Alulia Chapter, Order of
present One pleasant feature of the j Hell. The ladles of St. Clement's and
(veiling wns the singing or uu appro- their frlemlH have been working fur
prlnle parody cm Auld Lang Sjne, the .months on the articles for sale nml I'nstcrn Star, will present "Mrs,
former residents of l'ngleslde who weieithe dolls will be visions uf beauty, Wlggs of tho Cnbbagu Patch" at the
present ns honor guests being the ones which should delight the very to!ils Opera House on the evenings of No
te) ward whom the Ming was dlrected.1 of ull the tiny girls. The Kalr will veuiber Tl and 21. The rehearsals
I.ater. npplcs, nuts, cako and cider were bo held nt the llectory und Mr. nml have been going 011 for u couple of
enjoyed. Those who wero there In- Mrs. Usbotirne, with their nrtistle weeks and there Is promise that the
eluded: Mr. nnd Mrs. Dodge, Dr llnml.ltnste will evolve ipialnt tables, well cast will be entirely eipml to the
Mesdnmes llonrdmnn, Crockett, Deceito, shaded and most Invitingly set out, loles already made famous cm tho
Scholefeld, Misses Kcllner, Nichols nnd then there Is 11 concert In the mainland stnge. The comedy Is he
Noble. Lloyd, Katon, Lorteiulst, Inger- evening at which only nu ndmlttanee ing presented under the nusplces of
soil, Scott, Weir, llutchlns, llreliman,;fce of twcnty-Hvu cents will be dc- the Mask and Wig Club with W. I).
ltindt. Slulir nnd Moyer; Messrs. Dutot luiatided. The array elf talent, us you Adams ns stnge director. There Is
llobbliis, Vnnce, llrlssell. Ebner, Intnl. Icnn bco by the names below, Is of n comedy vim nbntil "Mrs. Wlggs"
Yuinagiichl, Alvln Keoch, Kelvin 'an unusually high order: Mrs. Hay- that compels laughter. Among those
Kcech, Temple. jliiond do 11. Lnyard, assisted by Mis. taking part are Mrs. W. L. Howard In
IK. II. Iltimpllrts and Mrs. A. (1. tho title lole, whose grasp of tho
Dance on Shipboard 'llnwcs Jr.. will, have this In charge. whole-heartedness of that worthy
Tho Informal little hop which was Mr, James Wilder will be a great dame's nature, promises exceptional
given on the Restorer Saturday evening drawing card, for ho Is noted for his Intej-est. Miss Mowbray takes tho
went off very well. Messrs. Unwell, wit and cleverness. The performers role or Miss Ilnzy, tho old maid, who
Harm-son nnd Dr. Sheldon acted ns uro as rollows: Mrs. Alexander I.lud- lu marrying u (1. A. It, veteran, sighs
, hosts, nnd tor one evening Cuplaln gey, Mrs. Ernest Hobs, Miss Lucy ns she goes tn the "snerlllce" nt (ho
Combe was a guest on his own ship. O'Meara. Miss Kltz Henry. Mr. Jumlenltnr. W. I). Adams will piny tho
Army and Navy Hop
) Th- Army and Navy hop at the
Seaside Hotel on Thursday evening
was well attended and thoroughly en-
!'of.. The- lloor was completely fill
ed with gay dauceru throughout the
evening nnd tho number or pretty
jwcimeu wi'io much commented upon.
I M. Heldt and Mrs. tlurkn wero
much udmlred ami surrounded by a.l-
'mlrei-H all the evening. Pretty .Mrs.
lltooke Is not very strong, bo I ntu
I told, but she looked the picture of
health 011 Thursduy evening. Mis.
, Knlrchlld, wlu always dresses bo well,
had witli her Lady Macfarlaue
and Violet Mnkee. Shu says she Is
lost without six or seieu girls around
her, and that Is perfectly true, for she
Is "Just lovely," so ull the girls say.
Mrs. Itussell. who Is'n brilliant con
versationalist, held n Utile court of
her own and nmuseil everybody by
her witty remarks, Jlrs. George Mac
farlane wiim ' lexilcliij, 1 ,:ui tleiileerty well
nrrniiccd In the form or n Maltese 1 brief stny. Dinners, teas, luncheons.
cros, nnd in the middle nrose a mln-itorel parties have followed In an end-
lattirc cast, the Interior or this unleiuo
nrrnngemetit holding electric candles
which shed 11 uott nnd becoming light.
The Knights of Mnlla wero well rep-
riscMitcd by the phae eurils. und yellow
jess procession In her honor and her
Ucpnittire will bo sincerely mourncc.
Among the luncheon guests, lu her
honor on Wedneselny were Mis. Me
Clanahun, Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. He-de-
chrysuiitheiuums scattered over the maun. Mrs. Tenney Peck, Mr. Scheie-
tabid made u charming effect. Among fel, Mrs. linllcntync, Mrs. Klidiahn,
the guestB we-ie Judgu uml Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Van Vllet, Mrs. Whitney and Miss
wiiuer, .Mr. nun .Mrs. u, wnner, .Mr.'uonn. Tliu tatitu was 111 yenow, uiu
l-lilmi and table accessories being In
the tame tons,
Tim dance nt the Moatin hotel lad
evening was one of tho gayest affairs'
of the scaron. The Army nn'd Navy
were well represented nnd there wrrt
finny of the society set present. Little
dinners nnd large dinners preceeeied
the dance, nnd the ellnlng-ruom with
Its softly-glowing uimllcs made 1111 at
tractive appearance. The Mojua quin
tet duh played with Its usual bril
liancy lu the nailery, and the Sixth In
fantry hand played on tho lanal and
later in tho hall for dancing. It was
very much enjoyed nml they received
eiulto tin iivntluii. The Sixth is com
uiandud by Major Itlehnrd It. Kteilmnn
unit Is on Its homeward Journey.
The bridge lunch which Mrs. Faxon
lllsliop gave in honor of Mrs. Portet'
Uoyci nn Saturday last was 11 vers
(harming nffalr. The round table was
encircled by twelve covers und the
dainty decorations of roses inncla it
charming effect. Mrs. lloyd has been
MKiidliu; a few weeks with her mother,
Mrs. Vlda, and her friends are very
glad to bu able to see her. Mrs. Iloyd
has nlttiiys been considered n beautiful
woman, und when living here, one o
thn most popular young matrons lu the
ttoclal set. Her little son, who has
been eiiille III, Is much better.
A drawing curd ut the concert o:t
Krlduy evening next given nt-8t. Clem
ent's Parish House will bo tho piano
uccompaiilments or Mr. Harry Macfar
lane, the talented young composer.
Miss Nannie Winston eutcitnlned nt
dinner tor Mr. nnd .Mrs. A. (1. Huwes.
Jr., Misses Marlon Scott and Jessie
Kunfman and Messrs. Illcharel Wright,
nml Mrs. A. J, Dowsett. Mr. und Mrs,
A, J Campbell, Mrs. Smith, Captain
and 'Mrs. Cushmnn, Mr. and Mrs. dti
Ilol, Governor nml Mrs. (leorge Carter,
Mr. und Mrs. Klcbnhti, Captain nnd
Mrs. Andrew Kulior and Captain Car
ter. Japanese Club Dinner
The Japanese club at Walklkl Is of
ten the scene or many dellghirul uf.
lairs, but the dinner uu Tuesday night
which Mr. und Mrs. Alunzo (lartley
gave was unusually pretty. The dishes
were all Japanese and the gnosis were
delighted with the menu, which wua
delicious. Ucishu girls amused tho
company between courses, und th
whole ulTali- was can led out with the
artistic taste fur which the Japanese
are noted. Among the guests were Mr.
nnd Mrs. (Icrrlt Wider. Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. von Solt, Mr. and Mrs. Kred Macfar
laue, Mr. mid Mrs. (lull. Judge nnd
Mrs, Krcnr, .Mr. und Mri. Hhlnzawa, Mr.
mid Mrs, James Wilder, Miss, Trevellan
nml Captain Carter.
Dined at Halelwa
The dinner which Mr, mid Mrs. Cult
gate at the Halelna Hotel on Thins
day evenlni: whs a dcllghtliil affair.
Most of the- guests motored to Wain
luu. Tho dinner was given In honor
or Mr. mid Mrs. II, Dutton mid among
tliu nthem were Mr. mid Mrs. Harry
Mncfarlanc, Dr. mid Mis. Waller
IlrlnkerlinfT, (lovernor and Mrs. Carter
and Mr. and Mrs. (lerrlt Wilder. Ha
lelwa Is nn Ideal spot for u dinner mid
Mine Host did every thing in his Dow
er fin- the pleasure nml comfort of his
Judge nnd Mrs. Lindsay, who are ho.
lug so much entertained, were given
11 dinner em Sunilny evening by Dr. and. Mclnerny mid Dr. Sheldou. The tnblo
Mis. Charles Cooper. The table was was ornamented by n largo basket or
prettily dctnmtcd In yellow. After )ollow chrysanthemums und listers In
several tones of that color, mid maiden
hair. The asparagus vino gracefully
outlined the basket.' Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
Y( C. Decrlng were dining seyeral
irlends and there were too large din
ner parties ot men.
Mra. Ilruce Muckall Intends giving a
King recital In the Alexander Young
IIo(el ballroom 011 the evening of No
vember twenty-seventh. This will 111
'eel be a treat and something to look
forward to, tor those who have heard
Mrs. Mackall sing know that she is
un artist, possessing n clear high so
piano of flexible quality, perfectly
trained, and that she is a recognizee!
artist or great talent In many or tho
Kastcru towns. The) patronesses or th
urtnlr will be iinuiiunced later.
Assisting Mrs. "Muckall will be Mrs.
A. I) Ingalls, whose work un the violin
it- nlwnys so enjoyable, and Mrs. I..
'fenny Peck, whosa accomplishment in
un exceptionally good accompanist an'
so well known.
Mrs. Alexander Isenberg, Miss Dill
Ecnherg and the children arrived In the
Korea alter a pleasant four months lu
Japan. Mr. niid.Mrs. William' Hay
wood were nlso on the ship. Mr. Hay
wood Is In very poor health und was
not nblo to visit his friends but spent
the Interval receiving friends on bouid.
1 Mis. Hayw-ood spent nearly the whole
day In the McCnmlless auto drlvlni;
nhotit town nnd securing delicacies fur
her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Haywood
will pioceed to Arizona lu search of
The auto-dlnner given at Halelwa
hotel on Thursday evening by the Halts
Included Mr. and Mrs. Swuuzy, Mr. aim,
Mrs. (ioodale, Mr. and Mrs. James Wil
der. Mr. and .Mrs. (Icrrlt Wilder. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Dutton, Mr. and Mrs.
Hurry Macfarlaue. (lovernor and Mrs.
Carter, Mr. um Mrs. (lartley and Mr.
Sidney Ilallou. The whole party le
malueel over night at the pretty IlltU
Miss Nora Kwanzy gate a delightful
nulled nt the residence of her parentH
In Mnuua lust evening In nbout seventy
of her friends. A supper wns served
which was nut the least enjoyable pnrt
of the affair. Miss Swnnzy Inherits
her mothcr'n gracious manner mid
played the part of hostess to perfection.
The music or the quintet club was very
good, nnd tho younger Bet danced tu
their hearts' content.
Tho marriage of Miss Annie Whitney
und Mr. Prank Hatch will take placet
1-nltl l'layfnlr. who has been so III
at the Moanu hotel. Is slowly let-over-lug.
Additional Social Newt on Page 7.
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FIRST SHOWING OF HOLIDAY GOODS
The New Bags
that is the real nobby
ones"-are here. The
The greatest novelty
is the MATINEE BAG,
es, folding fan.powder
puff, glass, etc. There
is only JUST ONE OF
It is a little early for
Xmas, but why not
SELECT NOW whilst
the Assortment Is
A nice selection of fine
Robes at moderate
We have them in ALL
BLACK, BLACK with
a very handsome
They range in price
We have them in all
imaginable shades and
New styles for Ladies
and Gentlemen. Have
you ever seen the
They fit into a dress
suit case. A. reai
" novelty. Ask to see
New Windsor Ties
In solid colors; fancy
New Laces and
All Shades, both in
Silk and Cotton.
The New Silks
Just in,Dress Patterns
See Window Displays