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rvrs'tvn itrmvrw. itONOin.t' t ii tiiuiy pnn,r ,,.;
.' tlifietent Styles, in Cardinal. Nary line ami White;
also in Mixed Color, all new and stylish r
93.80 quality ... at $1!.0(
S3 79 quality at $.'!.(
$4.75 quality at :j.S(
A LAROE ASSORTMENT. BEST VALVES IN TOWN.
Mcim Cumin h H S HJkfs 7?c mil SI. per doz.
Mem H S Hdkh.nl lnun S!0f 01 S2.2.1 per doz.
Men's H S Hdkfi, all pute linen, extra fine,
UJif en., or if.".7!i per doz,
Men's Initial Hdkfj., nil pure linen. H S and hand
embroidered, at .. -()( en.
Peter Pan Waists
AT CLOSING-OUT PRICES: ONLY A FEW L1TT.
WHITE ALPACA PETEK ?AN WAISTS.
$3.00 quality . Sl.JM)
WHITE SILK PETEK PAN WAISTS, washable, with baby
lush lace front, $5 00 quality ... S.1.SM
SOMETHING NEW IN
Just imported from the Orient. l diffctent styles;
hand -drawn woik and embroidered, just a few of them:
PRICES . . . )) S1.00 and .? .U5
Bi:m Til I I. IN Ull ,. hi i.,
I ll ll lllli'll -I ,in Well ,- n SO-
i.il ' it 1 1-1 tli ii u ou n In i hot
pltnlil' (loin-, mi s.n in ilii owning,
vhen )--(Si,w nun ('loRliom nil' -tltill-tl
,ii ilium t In hiiniii of lliillsh
Consul ItiiMiiiuiil ii ll L.tjnnl and
Mrs. l.u.vaid. tvhn sailed In thu Cop
tic lliia week rnr u fifteen months'
trip nbroud. Mr. CloRhorii. who linn
been iiulli' III lecontb, mill mi Sat-,
unlay evening linil hardly iccovorul
ll inn Ilia Indisposition, giootod Ills
quests in Hip charming iiiniiiiur fur
willed lie Is justly fumed.
Tlio iIullRlitrul nlil In mi I wltli Its
pictures uf lto.vitlty fur ninny roiioi-
ntlons, looking ilown upon t tin llow-
vr-weuecKeu urive, wns ni Rroni in
terest to nil thp guests. Tim ninny
curluus mill Inif i--4t Iiik souvenir
Woro Rtdtired ut. anil I lie iiiiunsplifie
of tliu mom seemed llnUi-il with iim,
memories of tin. pisi The I111..I led'
tlio .viiy Willi Mi. Uivnrd to 1I10 dining-room,
mill I lie table with Its fra
grant burden of l.i l-'rnnc nnn, Ooi
don Dennetts nml American beau
ties reposing In n large cut-glass
bowl was mucli mlmlri'il. Slnglo los
es anil maidenhair lionleieil tlio
snowy cloth ami 1111 elaborate illimor
was perfectly served llniiil-imliitoil
plnco-cauls daintily ornamented,
vvero oxcecdlnRly jiretty. After din
ner two tables of bridge passed llit
evening pleusmitl). Aiuohr tlio In
vited Riiostii, besides I ho Riiests of
honoi. .Mi nml Mrs It. do II. Lu
nrd, weie Judge mid Mrs. Stanley,
Mr. mid .Mrs A. (!. ILiwes, .Ii-., Miss
Nannie Winston, Miss Jessie Kuuf
Itinnn, Miss Anna D.infoid, Mr John
II. Illlss, Col. A. (1. Iluwes, and Mr.
lanai Biidgc Tea
Ono of thp iiRrconlilii uffalrs of tlio
Hcol; w.iB the lirldRii tea rIvoii on
Tiii'fdav iiftei 110011 by Mih. rnuicos
MtStockor ut licr limiilxomo icsl-
ilotic 011 l.uiialllo Hi 1 oot. Tim laiRO
rlrcitlnr laual, piolicti'd rioni tlu
j'azo of the paskor-li)', was onclosod
In lings, mid It foniicd an Idonl plai'ii
lor tlm (aid-playois. Tlio hoiiso Is
miiisually well luilU for ontoitaln-
' Iiir, thf iiutneiouK looms uponliiK In
to each other. Mrs. McStoelter was
assisted lit reeehliiK her Riiests by
lier dmmhtcrs. Miss MeStirkcr'H
laloii.t for ehlnifpallitliiR Is mi woll
known that the prize winners woro
en the (iil vlo to opnn tholr fnscl-liutliiRly-tled
parkiifivH to soo If thuy
1 I'ontalutil any of her uoik Miss
Wiitoi'tumi, who won the (list prl'to
with 11 store of I17ti, was lewardgil
Jcr her shlll when slio saw the ex
'tllllHltcly painted plale In lilsli do
rlBH whli'h her pacl.iiKo ioe,iled,
f unci Mrs. IMwIn Pails, who won tho
tieronil prize, was Riven 11 lovoly rup
end snut'cr, tho hmiillwork of Miss
Mciltoekor. Tho roiisofallon prize,
cut liy nil n llohcinlan rI.iss vnso,
Mis, Andrew I'lillor was lucky imioiikIi
lo win. Tho dainty refreshments and
(hlt-ehat ended a very onjoyahlo aft
ernoon. Among tho uuests wcro
.Mis. JmlifH Scott. Mrs 13. K. Myeis,
.Mrs Whltehouse. Mrs. Wnterinan,
MIm Waterman. .Mrs Snrlis, Mis
liederle Kl.uiip, Mrs. Ilrock, .Mis.
lied Siiillh. .Mis M Phillips, Mih
Van Vlli-t. Mis Si hiiniaii, Mrs An
nrew Kiilli'i. .Miss Ada Rhodes, Mrs.
Ilisirsp lleilieit. Mis Clfirord IIIrIi.
Mrs. IIIrrs. .Mrs. Prod. Aiiriis, Mrs.
Pei k, .Miss llarilsoii, Mrs. Iliilehln
sou. Mrs. Pails, Ml&i Peek, Mm. Ilhen
liu, Mrs. .1. DoiiRherty, Mrs. Ilnls
lead, Miss Louise tieraid. Mrs. Mon
ti use (Iialiam, Mrs Ormouil Wall,
Mrs. Harry Mm ray. .Miss lieue Ulek
,011 and Mrs. Iluwes.
Eunny Easter Lunch
Raster Mondn wns 11 Joy to the
ounger ones, and the Utile Riicsts at
the iluiim l.iinelieon rIm-ii Ii MUs
Pauline Sehaefer In honor of Mlsa
Clirlstoliol I Ji.MUil will Ioiir i-i'inemlier
the ilellelits of thai day. When the
table limt luin.1 111x111 their eiiRer Rare
there was 11 geneuil shout of pure
lileasuio, for tiMiti tho Rieen tissue
paper, nit lu effective strips, which
roveu'il the table, lepohed labhlts of
illirerent alzes and ilesoilnllous. :ast
er esss Riiyly lolored. mid tiny chick
ens further ornamented the uiiliiio
table, mid, amidst tho straw wcie hid
den orrh lllled with sweets which weie
round ullli zeal. Of course tho little
Riiests took away aniisful of fuors
and tho hostess was most attentive to
nil ho friends mid saw that everybody
had a Rood time and that none were
noRleotcd. A few choice friends of the
finally peeped Into the dilllliR-iiViiii
mid weie lewaided b a vcr pietty
slRlil. The Riiests were Mlbhes .Mario
m Holt, Hilda 1111 Holt. Elizabeth
and, Phoebe Cm'ter, (lladyg llobiou,
r.euevlove Vouiir. Iluth Super, Thelnui
Hothwell, Daphne Damon. Helen WJI
der. r..i Pnike mid Dorothy Oitllil.
Del Sarl'c Enteitainment
Mrs. Marj tiiinu will have her an
nual exhibition of funcj datieliiR and
del sarle exeicUes In the 0eru Hoiimi
the Inst Saturday of this month. This
!s alwiijs tin eent which Is looked ror
waid to from ear to year. And at
una oxniuiiion ineie are to bo homo
portal features which will exille menu
than the umkiI Intel est. Tho Opera
llouso Is nlw.os itowdul for tho af
fair, mid one 1 mild not spend 11 pleas
Tiller evening thin wntchliiR the llttlo
ones Mjs (iiinn has labored fullhfub
ly nml well. She Is known to bo n re
inafkabh gimelul dancer, and her
Irlends mo hopliiR she will take pait
111 tho mfalior ilamlui; heieir.
Halls Corninu Home
.Misses Charlotle and PloieiKO Hull,
who have spent tho past winter lu and
around llotton, are on their way
home. The) mo ioiuIiir by easy
sfiRes. Thoy weie the Riicbts of friends
In ('onneetlcut Inst week, and mo now
lu WiiBhliiRtoii, I) ('.. Tor a forlnlRht's
lslt with Mr. mid Mi's, ljvnn W.
i:step, after which the will lie tho
Riiests or Ilcv. nnd Mis. Kluiald 111
VliRlula. After 11 shoit visit In M 11110-
upolls they will rtach homo about tho
lost of June.
Mr mid Mm. David Kko nave n Jnp
mieso dinner at tho club house on old
Wulklkl mad 011 Monday ovenliiR. The
menu whs shlctly Jnpauoho and the.
note! tookoiy was try pjlltnliH'.
BARGAIN WEEK AT SACHS
THE SPECIALS THAT WE FEATURE, BEGINNING MONDAY MORNINO, CANNOT HELP BUT
ATTRACT ATTENTION: THEY ARE EVERYDAY NECESSITIES, AT CUT PRICES; THEY ARE REAL
MONEY-SAVERS; EVERY ITEM SHOULD BE CAREFULLY READ.
Beautiful Spring; Millinery
Exclusive Trimmed Hats
THESE HATS ARE THE BEST EXAMPLES OF MILLINERY IDEAS SHOWN THUS FAR. THERE
IS ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW TO SEE, AND A VISIT TO THIS DEPARTMENT IS FULL OF INTEREST
ON ANY DAY.
A NEW ASSORTMENT; LEGHORNS, CHIPS, TUSCANS, ETC. ALSO A FINE LOT OF READY -TO-WEAR
AND SAILOR HATS.
Lnrgc brim, very jaunty, in
mid streamers of nil silk and
WHITE GROUND, with black
10c quality f yd.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
II III II III III
CHATTER ib: HOME TALK
AmoiiR tho RiKHis were Mr and Mrs
Ilniid. Miss Jessie Kaufiumi mid M.
John II llllss
lleauiiriil lu 1 M'i'v deinll was the
biblm' nuieheoii Riven li Miss II Ituih
Vouiir 011 'lliuisda at the Wulklkl
villa ot Alexander Young, Ksip Over
Hie table was suspended u bell of vio
lets. fdiRct-iuc-nots and uuildciilialr
terns tied with pale blue illibon, and
above this iismhiurub ferns were artis
tically entwined amidst the branches
of tht; chandelier. In tho renter of
tho tnhle wns a large cut rIiik.4 bowl
or miihlciih.ilr mid nrrmiRcd at either
side of this lovoly deioratlou wore
iHiuiMiets of violets mid foiRct-uic-nots
tied with blue ribbon. CorsiiRes, of tho
rime dnlnt.v blossoms woro at each
plate nml thu plate cards were verit
able works of art, being luind-paliited
In sprigs of violets on pate blue card
lioatd, with the bridge noie on the
leverse side, tied with blue ilbbous.
There were prizes Riven for the hlRii-
ist seme at eacli table, ami such
prizes' Spangled fans, of nil sizes and
descilptlons. The fortunate winners
weie .Mrs. Hannc Scott, Mrs. Van
Vllt-t, Mrs. Harry Mm fnrlane, Mts.
l-'redeiic Khimii, Mis. Itobeit Atltluson,
Mrs. A Young. Those present wcro
Mis Hubert Atkinson, Mrs. James Wil
der. Mrs. Wulter llriiickerhof, Mrs.
Aitliur Wilder, .Mrs. 11. Marratlanc, Jr..
.Mrs Charles CottH-r. Mrs. Archibald
YoiiiiR, Mrs I'laucls Cay. .Mrs. John
S. Walker, Mrs. (.Numult von Haiiini,
.Mrs. Alexuiutei tl l awes. St. Mis.
Alexander l.lnilsay, .Mrs. Itlchard Iveis,
Mrs. Itannej Scott. Mrs. Harry l.evvls.
Mrs. Arthur llerp. Mis. John Itussell,
Mrs. Van Vllet, Mru, fliiissniau, Mrs.
Ilmvoy Muiiay, Mrs. ltobort Alulerson,
Mrs. Pieirorlel, Khiiup, Mrs. Charles
Wilder, Mrs. IMward Watson. .Miss
Tho lawn behind tho Monua hotel
overlooklliR the sea was allvo with
merry little ones on Wednesday iifter-
kxiii. .Mrs. 1:1 Ic Kutidsen riivii an
Ulster e'RK hunt for little Ituih Itmid
and Alexander, her sou. Tho tlnj lots
did ho oiijov itmijiliiR and seaithliiR for
I lie Ks, which weie round uillldflt
shouts or lnuRjiter. Tho table iiudei
the huu tieo was suiiiiuiided by pretty
faces at ten time, mid tho Iiiiro eako In
the eentei of tho table was silivounilid
b.v labhlts, uiloied crrs, mid favois or
all kinds dear lo tho season. Mis, Kile
Kliudseii looked us hnnny as tho ehll-
dreu while dispensing the hospitality
or tho tiible. Among tho llttlo Riiests
weio Mis James Wlhler's two ehll
dieii, -James Jr., nml tho llttlo Klumi,
two Halloas, one Peck, 0110 Kimball,
two Itkes, 0110 Juihl, two von Holts'
mid one WIlkliiFon.
The rnllowliiR olllcjirs have been or
deied to students' tint) at tho gievv
n-hool of musketry at the Presidio of
Monterey, tho Hist tenn to open oil
April 1st, with Colonel Joseph Onrraid,
Fourteenth Cavalrj, ns thief Instruc-toi-
Pleld Aitlllery, Second Meiilen
ant l.lovd P. Ilorsfall; Kourteentli
Cavalry, Second Lieutenant N. H.
Davis, Second l.louleilmit Murray 11.
Hush; Thlid Infantry, Plrst Meutoiiant
OeurRo W. Ilwell, Second Meulelialit
Hurus 11. Claik; Tenth Inruntiy, Sec
ond Lieutenant John II. do Uuicey,
Second Lieutenant Charles P. Conryj
Pourleenth Inruntiy, PlrBt Lleuten
ant John P. Ilrndy. Second Lieutenant
I Oscar' Westover; Twentieth lnrantry,
I.'Ihu, 11.. ll.llli ,. .......
-,i-i. i.ii-iiK-iiiuii iiiuiuui 11. vvaiuve,
BetunU Lieutenant Hurt W. Phillips;
UENT; LEGHORNS, CHIPS, TUSCANS, ETC.
The New Sailor
nil white, and plaid edge, in brown,
gros-grnin ribbon nt . . . .
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ALL WOOL TWILLED FLANNEL,
Navy Blue and Scarlet,
65c quality SO yd.
40c quality JI.Ic yd.
,Tvvenly-secoiid lnrantry, Plrst Lieu
tenant C'linrteB II. Moore. Seiond Lleu
tenmiL IMward i:. MrCmuiiiou
C.iptaln Peter W Davison. Coiupam
(" Tlllltll V.Ul.fHtll.l ldftltllt-V li.fl l,lu
'siatiiui ut Poll (icDuvvcll vvllii his men
1 Will Known here is Mrs, llor
ice Illmidiard Chafe, who Is
spending the btirlng months ut Santii
llarbarn. is dol'iR Uurh toward en
livening the Kiietv of codoty thcie.
'Mrs (.'base has been extensively feted
mid has recliiinriiliMl wltli Hi,vir.il
(luinnlng alTalrs lteieutly she was
hostrsu m a tea 111 tho Country Club
and n Santa Harbaiu paper has tho
following comment tu mnko 011 tho
"Thu Country Club was In glad curb
this afternoon when Mrs. Horace
Illauchaid Chase uf San Francisco
1 Rave 11 ten theie. Automobiles and
j ("anilines or Mirlous kinds dashed up
lo the doors, mid afn-r their occupants
I hud ullghleil dashed away to make
I room Tor otheis. Taken altogether
there was nothing more suuchsrul In
today's annuls or Hie siumt set than
tlio tea Riven b) this San Piauclsio
Mrs. C. A. Hutciiliis and her daiiRh
ter. Miss Lmirn Iliitclilns, letcutly or
San Fianclsco, wlio have roino hero
to ninltu their home, will be compli
mented Riiests at a'-liiucheon with
which Mrs. Lucy S. lllanchard or fll!)
West Soeond stieet will ciitertiiln Sat
urday. Scarlet carnations nnd sinllax
will b nsciT to rtecorato and hand
pfilutod (arils bearing ipiotntlons fiom
dlrrerent nuthors. will murk covers ror
Mrs. W. I), tlotild, .Mrs. Phillips, Mrs.
J. ii. I'ltzlioniy and .Mrs. .1. M. (I.
Tiilterd.iy, who will assist the hostess.
Mrs. Hutciiliis Is the widow of Itcv.
C. II llutchlus, who wns pnslor or
tho First CoiiRieRational chinch or tills
city tweutv-flve jears iiro. Shu has
many friends, hero who will welcome
her return to l.os AiiReles. Los An
In honor or Mr ltoliblns Anderson,
who soon Mills iivvnv for u imich-uced-oil
vncitlou, Mr. mid Mrs. Hanuoy
Siott Riiva 11 chmiuliiR dinner 011 Mou
tin) ovenliiR. As It was also tho host
els' blitluhiy, the dinner wns doubly
InlerestliiR. The iiastiiitiiims which
iirtlstlcully fot mcii the central detoia-
llon were or an unusual variety and
, Ravo Rient iiluisuie. Those prosuu
weio JiiiIro mid Mis. Lliplsay. Mr. mid
.Mrs. ijeorfio rorter, Miss Marlon Stott,
Dr. Flt7Rcruld, Messrs. U-sllo Scott,
Itlchanl jWilght and Derby.
Mr. and Mrs. AiiRiistin Kniiilscn Rave
1111 elnboiato dinner nt tho Moaua
lintol on Wedtiesilay evening. Pink
ions and innlden-halr ferns' made tho
tabic a delight lo look upon. Tlio host
es. a beautiful woman with remark
ably I1I110 eyes, was exquisitely
dressed. AmoiiR tlio .Invited guests
weio Mr. and Mrs, Cieliore, JiiiIro mid
Mrs .Freur, Mrs. Knudsen, Mr. nnd
Mis. Prle Knudsen, Miss Nnnnlo Win
slon nnd Mr. John 11. llllss. The
RuoKtB spent the evening In thu diavv
lug 100111 with lutislc ifnd lonversu
Hun. The dinner whlih was Riven ut tlio
Milium Hotel 011 Monday ovenliiR
pioved a veiy pay affair. Thu lound
Inble, lavishly bedecked with h)hlscus,
mnilo a pietty olTcct, and thu silver
randlo sticks with rilmsoti Bhndea
wcro veiy attractive. Aiiioiig those
ALSO A FINE
blue and red, with ribbon
A BARGAIN' IN
All Wool, Double Width.
$1.25 quality . . 75 yd.
$1.50 quality . 00 jd.
piesent were Mr and Mrs. Clifford
Kimball, Mr. mid Mrs. A. 0 Ilnvves.
Jl Mrs. C W C DeeilliR, Miss Naiinlu
Winston, Dr Wilkinson, Dr Sheldon
and Dr. Ttnell.
01 llileiest Is thu rait that Miss
fiieieu itonson leu last vveiines-
da.v for the Past mid Piirope, mid ex-
1 ports to bo gone several months. Miss
1 lloljson Is traveling with friends, and
their safe arrival lu Chicago was wired
lo Mrs. Itobsnii a day or two ago. Miss
Hobroii Is going to Paris, where she
ieslded ror many ems, ami will not
leturii to San Finuclsui until thu luto
Mr, mid Mrs. Samuel lloatdmnn havo
taken mi iittiactlve phitu in Hoss val
le.v ror the summer mid will move
ncrosi tho tiav next month fur u kIx
j iiionlhs' slay In the pretty suburb. Tho
iiiiaiuiiium nave neon uvuir vvuu .virs.
llomdman's rather, Mr. llrowu, si mo
their own hciutirul home 011 Franklin
stieet was liiirned. Tlio llrowu Iioiibo
will bo closed for the summer durliiR
tho owner's absence abroad, Chron
icle. A very luiiorlmit function of today
will he tho tea rIvoii by Mrs. Frederic
Kluiup or Thiirslou Avenue lu honor
or her sister, MUs Louise (Jerard. Tlio
Klanin. mansion is perfect for cnter
tnlniiiR. Ik'Iiir largo and airy with beau
tiful vIcwiToii all sides. Mrs. Charles
Wilder will usslst the hobtess In le
celvliiR nnd Mrs. Harry Macfarlauc is
to pour tolTee. .Mrs. Klainii expects
soon to make a long tour uhiiiad. Miss
Ceiard is much mlmiicd nnd has been
tho 1 ecljili nt uf much uttcntlou during
her visit heie.
Society is deeuly interested lu the
"at home" which tho cadets 1110 rIvIiie
this artei noon on hoard tho Ilerzoglu
Ceidle. Tlio cadets liavo nindo every
lirrmiRcment for tlio coiufoil or their
Kiiesls mid thero will bo dancing. The
(iciiuuiiB havo a very agreeable way
or tntertaliiliiR nnd tlio jouiir people
mo looklm: rorvvmd to It. Tho ship
expects lo sail iivvny on Monday.
A charming luncheon wns given 011
Tuesday at tho Momia hotel by Mrs.
Augustus Kimilbcii. Tlio table, with
Its wealth of ciiiuson ftirnntlous mid
lualden-lialr looked most attractively
una.ved. Among tho guests who en
joyed Mis. Kiiiiilsen'H hospltnlity weio
Mrs. Chin lis Itlco. or Kauai, Mrs.
ltaml, Mis. itlco, Mrs. minimum, Mis.
David Ithe. Mm. Cooke, Mrs. Francis
tiny, Mis. Knudsen, Mis. Krlc Kniid
ton, Mis, Mcllijdo.
Still another egg' hunt declined on
Paster Monday nt the resldencyjir Dr.
McOruw. .Mrs. Charles Cooper was
liosless ror her three children and It
was mi mousing sight to see the llttlo
ones lolling duwu tho hill lu quest
or tlio colored eggs. Tlio children weie
nil very young nnd It was an ciiclinnt
Mr. nml Mis. C. V. Case Deeilng
aio to Boon tnko a house as soon as a
suitable one can bo round, Thoy havo
been guestB nt the Moaua Hotel for
several yeats and it will ioein Btranoo
not to rcu theni there.
Miss Waterman, tlio sister of Mr.
Knill Watcininn, a pietty girl who
lias been visiting iclatlves for several
mouths, expects to icturn to her homo
lu San Francisco thu twenty-lhlrd.of.
April, Shu litis been gieatly enter
A SPECIAL IN
KIMONO HANDKERCHIEF DRESSING SACQUES,
Regular price 75c; SPECIAL . . . 55
KIMONO DRESSING SACQUES,
Navy blue figured, trimmed with white;
Regular price $1.S5; SPECIAL ... .', ,..y 0
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES; GUARANTEED TO BE FAST
Men's Black Socks, seamless ., .12 Vi pair or $1.25 dz.
Men's Black Socks, extra quality
25 pair, or $2.75 per doz.
Men's Fine Black Lisle Socks... 350 pair, or $3.50 doz,
Men's Extra Fine Black Lisle Socks, drop stitch,
35 pair, or $3.50 doz.
Men's Fancy Lace Socks, embroidered .'.. 050 pair'
BIG SPECIAL IN NARROW
12-yard pieces, pretty patterns,
12120 gi50 25 37j0 500 and 750 a piece;
ALMOST HALF THE REGULAR VALUE.
A Linen Special ,
00c PILLOW LINEN , 750 yd.
45 inches wide, and extra fine quality,
40c LINEN AT 300 yd.
Unbleached, extra quality, 30 inches wide.
tained mid Mrs. Waterman, her slstor-in-law
as well as Mrs. M. Phillips,
have given seveial affairs in her honor.
Mrs. W. Stanley, who expectB to ro
to tile otner Islands ror live months
dining tlio slimmer nnd spring, would
like to tllld u desirable tenant ror licr
furnished house delightfully situated
and'inost conveniently built, lu Nun
111111 Avenue and Port street. Judge
Stanley will go to Knropo for several
months. Ho sails very soon.
Lieutenant mid Mrs. Coitry, who weio
passengers fiom Honolulu 011 the
Sherman, ure well known In Sail Fran
cisco. Lieutenant Coury was 0110 of
the popular young bachelors or tho
Tenth Infantry during Its station ut
the Picsldio, and his attractive young
wife, then Miss White, was a hello at
the Army post. Chronicle.
The brldo tea Riven by Mis. Knill
Waterman 011 Wednesday afternoon
for her sister-in-law, Miss Waterman,
was a very pretty alfalr. Thu flrr;
prize, won by Miss McStockei, was f
box of Ivory and to .Miss Hycroft was
nvvarded the consolation pilze, u cup
unci saucer. Chit-chat and a delicious
tea elided n very enjoyable afternoon,
Captain mid Mrs. Hugh Hodman
passed through lu the Korea en route
for Washington. Cnptulu Hodman
spent a very busy twelve bonis rush
ing around to see all his friends. It Is
to be regretted that the time of his
Visit had to be so limited.
Mr. and Mrs. Drlnbauni, or the Mo
ana hotel, entertained at dinner un
Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Wall, Ciiiitalii and .Mrs. Andrew
Fuller mid Mr. mid Mrs. McCnndtcss.
The table was beautifully decorated
with cut tiuweis. Ilfldgo wbb played
Miss. Nannie Winston Is confined to
her room ut the Moaua Hotel with 11
trained nurse. Sho has been obliged
to cum el ull her social engagements
for Oils' week and tho next. Her
friends hope she will bo about In two
Robert Shingle, William Williamson
nnd Mr. Howling have taken tlio old
WaterhoiiBo place at the beach re
cently occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
fiteero who lenvo by the Korea for thu
Mr and Mrs. Irwin and Miss Irwin
expect to visit Honolulu very boon.
Tlieyiiavo been in Southern California
with V gay party or friends and stopped
ut Del Monte 011 their way homo.
Mrs. Mary Ouun expects soon to take
a room at the Alexander Young Hotel,
it will ho much more, central for her
A little girl bus ennio to the home
or Mr. mid Mrs Itudnir J. Illicitly.
Mrs. Hicks and Miss Hicks oxpect lo
,sall ror Huston today or tomnnow,
thoy have been guests at tho Muann
(01 a mon Hi.
Mrs. Fiederlc Klainp, -who will soon
make nn cxtcustvo tour of Fit rope,
will not bo nt home formally to her
friends again until her return.
Mrs. Forster nnd children nlso ar
rived In tho Korea from the Orient and
were met by Mr, Forster, who preced
ed them by a steamer. They are liv
Iiir ut the llritlsh Consulate oil King
Cnptulu and Mrs. Chamberlain or tho
Itoyul Hawiilinn hotel gave 11 pi city
little dinner this week at their hotel.
MrB. Humpjirls vviltes or her stir
arrival in Sun Francisco.
Mr. Adolph Alroldl Balled lu the
Koiea ror New York. Ho has been a
guest at tho Young ror several weeks,
and Is connected with Milllkeu llioth
era of Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner were the de
lightful host and hostess at an elabor-'
tilo dinner 011 Friday night.
Col. nnd Mrs. (leorgo Mncfarlanu.
havo returned from Walilavva. 1
It seems natural to sco the genial
otllcers iif tho Restorer about town.
Captain add Mrs. HiibII Combo have
taken an apartment at thu Alexander
Mrs. Aiidiovvs, neo Clara Fuller, has
gone to Philadelphia from Washing
ton to Join her husband, who Is await
ing oulers in the Quaker city
Mrs. Hicks and Ml3s Hicks spent the
da. with tho Princess Knwnnanakoa
ut the Peninsula on Tuesday, a lunch
eon being given in their honor.
Roscbnnk, tho handsome villa lu tin
Italian style belonging to the Schacf
pr's was ablaze with lights last even
Inn, tho occasion being an nt homo giv
en by Mr. and .Mrs. Scliaefer mid thu
Misses Schaerer to two bundled utid
fifty of their friends. Tho long uveniiu
was Btrung with thousands of clectriu
lights and tho perfect evening ulso con
tributed to the enjoyment of evory
ihiiI), .Mr aciineier, looking very
handsome nnd distinguished, met the
guests at the door, where they we.re lu
turn met by Mrs. Schaerer and her
daughters. As "dancing" was on thu
cards, as booh as the quintet club an
nounced the first number, all the uunu
people inado their 'way to tho ball
loom nnd two steps and waltzes worn
danced until Btipper time mid continued
afterward until a lute hour. Tlio hall
was hanked with greens, ferns nnd
palms, while lu tho drawing-room
weie cut flowers most artistically ur
tanged. On' tlio mantle uu arrangement
of yellow coreo.isls and maidenhair
pleased the eye. A special pavilion
had been constructed for the supper
room unci the tables were attractively
arranged, vvhllo greens nnd pulm
further enhanced the Interior. Mrs.
Scliaefer, who Is u very joung looking
natron, wns liumlsoniely gowned lu
pink crepo and wore Rome exqulsllu
Jewels, Tho Mltscs Schaerer, In white,
wore perfect hostoBBcs and never
seemed to forget their guestB. Thorn
were ninny beautiful toilettes. Among
others those worn by MrB. Francis Gay,
Mis. Augustus Knudsen nnd Mrs. ICrlu
Knudben attracted much attention.
It was a very successful danco and
thoroughly enjoyed by overybody. Tlio
hospitality or Mr. and. Mrs. Bchaeftir
Is jiioverblnl and 0110 Is always assuieil
or a warm welcome mid n good time nt
beautiful "Rosebank." Among I ho
guests weie Mr. and Mrs, H. Ivors, Mr.
nnd Mrs. James Wilder, Mr. ami Mrs.
Augustus Knudfcn, Mr, and Mrs. Kitu
Knudsen, .Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M, Wutsou,
Mr, and Mm. Fred Ancus. Mr. nml uN
lleorge Angus, the Misses Angus, Mr,'
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