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IIVHNINO nt'M.nTIN. HONOLULU, T. It , SATl'nnAY. JAN. 4, 1008,
n I 1 1 II I .
SACHS' ANNUAL JANUARY SALE OF
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
1IK Honorable a. M. Damons
Saturday afternoons at Mo
nnhia mo very etijojnble uf-'
fairs Thera me gcncially '
many callers, ami the dainty
(on tubles, laden with sand
w.lchcs, scones niul cakes which arc
to hospital)) dispensed, most allur
ing. Last Saturday a bank of orclilila '
inailu n vers nttinctlo corner In the
largo lanat whom the guests nru lc-1
I'elveil. Pictures or former kings and
queens. ery valuable paintings, anij '
cinloa always attract the cju, nncl I
jhen the ferns anil foliage, how Inj
uriously they grow at Moaiiulua unci
how beautiful the dilves nbotit Iho es
Into. It Is uall (illle the show pluce
of Honolulu anil just the light dis
tance fioin (own to make the drlvu, 01
"ilile eno)ab'e. Mts Damon Rome
tlinos assists her husband In his
Jdenvliig duties, but geneinll) ho le
eches ciilie alone. Strangera are al
ways welcomed with the courtly grace
(tor which he Is famous, and to his
friends lie Is kindness Itself. HU
wonderful Scotch gardener Mclntyro
has tiudu the estate, tho prldo of thu
coimtrhlik and no onu considers ho
has really jooii Ilonolulu uulesH 'i
Inuiniiv tn Mii.nifilit.i tu liif-liiitn.l (tiV.1i.il
New Year nt Halciwa
Quito a Jollj party enjojed New
Year's at the popular llalelwn hotel,
nurturing, down on Tuesday. The
tiulet of the country life, tho good
roads, and famous surf bathing com
bined with congenial company, made
the time pass most agreeably. Among
tho guests were Mr and Mrs. Klchard
hers, Mr. and Mrs. Gorrlt Wilder. Mr.
nnd Mrs. S. O. Wilder. Mr. nml Mrs
Robert Atkinson, Mr. nnd Mrs. I'M
ward Tcnney, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. WaM
l:er,..Ussrs. Wultcr nnd Harold Dll
llnghnm. Welcomed New Year
Mr. and Mrs Carl llollowny woio
the host nnd hostess of a midnight
supper on New Year's uvo in honor of
nu tdd Hawaiian custom where n
suckling pig Is supposed to be tho
piece do reslstnuce. A number of In
timate friends were Invited amj a veiy
merry time passed nil too quickly.
Moand New Year Ball
Tho Nuw Year's ove ball at tho Mo
lina hotel was an unusually gay and
delightful affair. Tho Innals, lounge,
und ballioom, elaborately trimmed
'with greens, looked most festhc, and
hundreds of electric light strung on
wires ndded to tho brilliancy of thu
scene. Mr. Hi nest Kual's orchestra oc
cupled tho gallery, nnd previous to tho
ball plajed and sang on the grnnil
lanal, to the great pleasure of the
visiting strangers, to whom Hawaiian
music was a novelty. Throughout tho
evening wnltzcs nnd two-steps alter
nated and tho ball room was always
tilled whllo tho walls were lined with
Interested spectators. Promptly at 12
o'clock tho whlstlo at the Moana
rang out and overybody shook hands
most enthusiastically and wished
many happy New Years most general
ly. Punch and Bandwlches wore
corved throughout thu evening, and
mifipcr between 12 and 1 was a most
convivial affair. Llttlo tables were
bot on tho cmeicd lanal leading to tho
ballroom, and these were most pop
ular. Mr. Herl8cho certainly did ev
erything In his power to maku tho
evening tho great success It was, Tho
promenade ocr the sea was a favor
ite walk between dances and tho
lawn was alwas filled with sight
seers. Among those present were
Major and Mrs, Dunning of Port Shnf
ler, llrltlsli Consul and Mrs. Fonder,
Judge nnd Mis. Sidney Hullou, MIbs
Barnctto, Mr. and Mrs, C V Case
Peering, Dr. nnd Mrs r H. Huinphris,
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, Mr und MrsU
Olmstead, Miss Olmstead, Miss Jor
dan, Ml. nnd Mrs M Phillips, Mi anil
Mrs. James Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Han
noy Scott, Miss Marion Scott, Mr. and
MrB. S. Johnson, Miss Nancy Winston,
Miss Mm Inn Itoth, Mr. William Hoth,
",Mlss Moncrlcf, Miss Sklnnor, Pay
'master and Mrs. Hayes Biooke, Lieut.
S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD., COR. FORT
Ship. USA, I.leut Pardee, U S. A..
Lieut McCreary, U S A., Mr, and
Mrs. F Smith, Mr. and Mis. Cattou,
Misses Catton, Ml Cattnn, Mrs KHz
tbelh Froelh, Miss Dorothy Freeth,
Mr. and Mrs. Eben Low, Miss Low,
Mr. IMwurd Diilsenberg, Mr. Frank i
Thompson, Mi. Albert Talor, Mr nnd
Mrs. Peacock, Miss Peacock. Mis.
Clcghoru, Mr. Percy Cleghorn, .Mr. ,
Henton, Mrs. (laidner Wilder. Cap
tain Carter, N. S. N Mr. I.esllo
Scott. Mr. und Mrs. A. 0 Huwes, .lr.
.Mr. David Duwsctt, ..Miss Gallace.
The New Year's evening hop nt tho
Seaside Hotel was tho gnest of the
gn The tables were alt lilted with
dinner parties bent on enjoying
themselves. A delicious menu, brll-!
Hunt music, si perfect boor and n rnlu
less evening made n combination,
which attracted hundreds pf speetn-'
tors. The new manager, Mr Stout, of
.Minneapolis, has made a thoroughly
good Impression, und seems to hnvo
the good of the hotel nt heart, nnd
has succeeded so far In pleasing tho
patrons. Mr. Hrnest Knnl's orchestra
Kept up thu music until a late hour.
During dinner thu urchestru played i
und Madame Alapals sweet voice was
heard to advantage.
Elaborate Parker Affair I
New Year's Day dawned .clear nnd
beautiful and the "At Homo" "which
Mrs. A. K. Campboll-Parkor gave nt
her villa at Diamond Head In honor
of tho Prlnicss Knwannnakoa, whoso
natal day It was, proved to be one of
tho most charming events of tho
week. Tho guests w.eio received by
Mrs. Parker nnd tho Princess In tho
red drawing-room, and as soon ns
most of them nrrlved were escorted
to tho Inwn directly In front of tho
house, whero n largo marquee was
nrnlnd ftfltl, tnl.lno ni.,1 nlinlpu mnaf
.vv.v.. ...v.. i.u.i ...... l.,.,,,o
lomfortnbly nrrnnged. Mr. Hrnest'Gartley, Mrs. Glffard, Mrs Gilubnum, I
Infil'ii rtrhnutrfi filnlA.l nml cmiir .Ia
....... u .r.b..w.'v. .. '...vu ...... u,,(.n Hi.-
Ightfully throughout the afternoon,
Tho scene was n brilliant ono eacli.Hawes,
guest most beautifully dressed, tho
hats of tho season looking more llko
tropical birds than legitimate cover
ings for tho head. Mrs. Parker, al
ways handsome, looked partlcuhuly
Well In a black costume, tho lojal
lllma lei being very effective. The
Princess Knwnnnnakna, who Is look
ing more" beautiful than over Blnco
her return from New York, wore nn
exquisite confection of blnck sill;
crepo do chine. In-let with wide bands
of real lace under white satin, tho
cklrl ending with graduated bands of
b)nck velvet. Tho waist wns embol
lUhed 'with motifs of embroidery In
I Ink nnd blnck. A largo picture hat,
most, becomingly tilted, finished a
A delicious ten was served nnd tho
guests were constantly going and
arriving, making It dcllghtfu to sip
tea, coffee or punch and watch every
body. Many came Into on account ot
tho hall game, but would not go homo
until the Princess had been wished
many happy returns of tho day.
Among thoso present nnd Invited
wero Mrs. II. Afong, Mrs. A. Afong,
gus, tho Misses Angus, Mrs, O, An-gu-s,
tho Misses Angus, Misses An
derson, Mrs. C, W. Ashford, Mrs. Ah
lo, Mrs. Auld, Mis. Atkinson, Mrs. It.
Atkinson, Mrs. Atwnter, Mrs. Dab
bltt, Mrs. Ilallcntyne, Mrs. Hockley,
Mrs. Ilooth, Mrs. Illckerton, Mrs. A.
M. llrown, Mrs. lluchly, Mrs. llcrtel
niann, Mrs. Hush, Mrs, llrlckwood,
Mrs, A. llerg, Mrs. Ilod, Mrs. Drows
ier, Mrs. It, Ilooth, Mrs. W. Drown,
Mrs Camp, Mrs, Georgo Carter, Mrs.
J 0. Cifiter, Misses Carter, Mrs.
Cleghorn, Mis. Coney, Mrs. C I)
Cooper, Mrs. J. P. Cooke, Mis, Hlch-
yird Cooko, Mrs, Charles M. Cooke,
Mrs. M CooKc, Mrs. V. Clillllngwoith,
Mrs, Cummlngs, Mrs, Cushinghnm,
Mls3 C. Carter, Mrs, Cllvo Davlcs,
Mrs, George Davles, Mrs, Davis, Mrs.
C W. Case-Dcorlng, Mrs. Davidson,
Miss Dickson, Mrs. Dillingham, MrsJ
Snnford II. Dole, Mrs. Droler, Mrs.
I', Dodgo, Mrs, Cnmpbell, Mrs, Una,
Mrs, Kngllsh, Mrs. Krdmnn, Mrs.
Ralph Torstcr, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. AVal
CHATTER -as: HOME TALK
PRINCESS KAWANANAKOA '
Whose Bhthday on New Year's Day Was Celebrated by an Elaborate
Function at the Waikiki Home of Her Mother,
ter Kre.ir, MrB. Frccth, Misses Freeth,
Mis A Fuller. Mrs. Chong Tso Fnn,
Mis, Fnlk, Mrs. Fernandez, Mrs. It.
iuu-hu, uiiiuuB, .i I p, vi ii I leu ueiK, u th.
incB, .Airs, tinrtcnucrg. Airs,
y, Mrs, Glffard, Mrs Gilubnum, I
!1D n..c. ....... !-.. . Tl..
,IHO, VJ1 U,-nil(l, .lDj
irossiiian, Mrs. Young. Mlrs number of twenty or thirty fiends
. Mrs. Oullck, Mis. Hatch, Midland nelghbqis wero Invited for 11
, Sr., Mrs. Herbert, Mrs. C. o'clock, when they found everything
High, Mrs, Iloftnianni Mrs. llolnuu, . complete for dancing nnd a proper
Mrs. Nott, Mrs. Howard, Miss Harrl- farewell to 19(1" anil hearty vvolcomo
ion, Mis. llasllngs. Mrs. Il.igciis, Mis- to 1909. Mrs. Itobcrtson was asslst
tes llartwell. Mis Hnsaingcr, Mrs. ' cd In recohlng hci guests by Mrs. J.
Ilnniiebeig, Miss llustacc, Mrs.
Hnwcs, Jr., Mis. F. 11. Ilumpluls, Mis,
HopMns, Mrs. Harris, Mis. lnukcn,
Mrs. Iscnbeig, Mrs, Ivors, Mis, A. F.
Judd, Jlrs. Jnegor, Mrs. Seldon Klnga-
bury, Mrs, Kopke, Mis. Kelly, Mr.
King. Mrs. Uinstng, .Mrs. Hben Low,
Mrs. II. Lowls, Mis, Lindsay, Mis.
Long, Mrs. Lemon, Mrs. Lackland,
Miss Mary Low, Mis. t.ucas, Mis.
Luwrey, Mrs. Monsairat, Mrs. Nawii-,
hi, Miss Nuwuhi, Mrs, Moigan, Miss
Mngoon, Mrs. Mott-Smlth, Mrs. H.I Tho Ainb Patrol of Alohn Temple,
Murray, Mrs. Mutfh, Mis. Medics- A. A. 0 N M 8 nro malting oxten
ney, Mrs. McGrew, Miss Mclntyrc, tlvo piepaiatioiiB for nn elaborate hall
Mrs. MiStocker. Mis. Montnnn, Mi. to be given on tho night of Fehruaiy
McGuiro, Mrs. Wultcr Macrarlnne, ' 2lst Till) hill is the first of tho an;
Mrs, Mnix, Mis. .McNah, Mis, Mc- mini hotlal functloils to bo held mi
Cam! less, Mrs. Murph), Mrs. Mngoon, iler tho dliectlou of tho Mjstlc Shrl
Mrs. Mnhelonn, Mis. Mann, 'Misses ncrs and has foi Its primal object the
Wiggins, MUs Mousarint, Misses pleasure und enjoyment or tho wives,
Parke, Mis;' ,1'eabody. Miss Peacock, Bweelhearn and other lady friends of
Mib. Perkins, Miss Pope, Mis. Pratt, Iho Nobles or Aloha Temple
Mis. M. 1'hHllps, Miss Paty, Mie. Tho fiqnmllteo Is hard nt work, on
Purily, Miss Phillips, Mis. Itawllns, Ihe detnlb of the uffnlr nnd they will
Mis, itobtnsmi, Mis. Henfon, Mis. Eclect us the stenn of thu festivities
.Ithodes, Mrs. Slggs. Mrs. ltoth, Miss
Hoth, Miss Hose, Mis. Sachs, Mi's.
Schmidt, Mrs Schuofer, Miss Schnnr-
or, 'Mis, Shcpheid, Miss Shophord,
Mrs, M M. Scott, Miss Scott, Mis.
Mlkl Salto, Mis. SoiiIo, Mis. Smith,
Mis, Sopor, Mis. Sliitman, Mis. Ten-
noy, Mis. Albeit Tajior, Mis, urn
Hnmm, Mis von Hull. Mis. Vnlkcn-
berg, Mis. Walker, Mis Wall, JIln
Nannie Winston, Mis. Wnlei house,
Mis. U. M. Watson, Mrs Wlltnx, Mrs.
Wnlhrldco, Jlis Wllfong, Mrs.
Wright, Mis. Weight, Mis. AVhlto-
house, Mrs. Whiting, Mis. Williams,1
Mrs. Wnltcis, Mis. Inmcs Wilder, Mrs.
G Wilder, Mrs. A. Wilder, Mis, S.
(1 Wlldor, Mi's. AVundeiiboig, Mis.
Woods, Mm Ullen Weaver. Mfs. Wa-
Ilia. Mid. 0. .Wight, Mrs.Aichlo Young
Mis. Aloxniftlor Young, Miss lleithn
Huth Young. "
Mr, nnd Mrs. A. G, M. llobcitson
look occasion to celobrnte tho arrival
of the'Now Ycai by holding n houso-
'warming In tiiclr beautiful new res-
iticnco on mo tinner or aiiikiki nnu
Domlnls Btieets Tho guests to tho
lucucu oil llio (inner Ul lilUKUU Ullil
Domlnls Btieets Tho guests to tho
.- .. ........... .i.i.... lA...ln '
Tl. Do Holt A splendid quintet club
fuiulshcd music for dancing nnd dol-
Icato refreshments wore served.
Tho new homo of tho Robertsons Is
on tho bungalow stylo und adapts It-
self perfectly to beauty nnd comfort.
Hxtcllont tnbte has been dlspln)cd In
tho airangeinent and furnishing, ni.ik
lug II ono of the very pretty homes of
;; :: a
Shriner Ball Planned
cltlui the Moana or the Young Hotel.
Invitations will ho sont out to non-
nieinbeis or Alohn Tcmplo by tho
committee and tho members. A spo-
clul feituie or tho occasion Is that
SIuIiiuih and othe'is who, do not know
how to d.ineo or havo grown too
elght lor such frivolity, will bo
inpplled with some congenial form of
amusement that will lemovo them
I mm tho class elf wall-llowcis. In
the ine.intlnio don't forget thu date,
nnd If ou hno n Shriner frjend bo
pood to him
Fort Shatter Pleasures a
-Mis Dumillig, thu wlfo of tho Mnjor,
wns Iho hostess on Thujbday or a
ml'lgo lea al Foit 'Slinftor. GueBts
v.uro conveyed to. tho houso by omul-
busses which met each tram, Tho
i 1 oit Is fust becoming a beautiful su-
imrii, ami tho lawn so giecn ami irusu
' "" agieeablo change from tho arid
wnsto of u fuw months ago. The
grand parade which encircles tho
houses, will ho nn nrtlstlc spot1 In a
few months time, Judging from tho
work rapidly progressing. Mrs. Dun
ning hnd prizes for each tablo and
tho fortuunto winners wcro Mrs.
Krug, Mrs. Wndhiini, Mrs. Wlgntarn,
Mrs. Pay. They weio artistic vases
of choice, pottery, nnd thu consolation
prlro was cut for nnd won by Mrs.
Gardner Wilder. Mrs. Dunning,
grateful und charming in a pretty
white frock, was u most delightful
hostess. A delicious Ten was served
und thu gueEts chatted until a lntu
hour. Among thoso prebcnt wore Mis.
Myers, Mrs. Hayes Drooke, Mrs. An
drew Kiillcr, Mrs. Krng, .Mrs. Hlggs,
Mrs, Ccoigo Carter, Mrs. Gardner
Wilder, .Mrs. Pressor, Mrs. Pardee,
Mis. McCallum, Miss Johnston, Mis.
Iluike, Mrs. Itaudolf, Mis. Fay, Mrs.
Seldon Kingsbury Mrs. Wrlghtcrson
Seldou Kingsbury, Mrs. Wrlghtcrson
Drene, Miss Caller, Mrs. Wddham,
Mrs. Charles Cooper, Mrs. Hnwcs, Jr,
Mrs. Dunning. Is giving n series of
teas throughout tho season.
Mrs. Aithur llcrg was tho hostess
of two delightful bridge teas on Tues
day and Friday afternoons In honor of
Mrs. McNah. On TueBdny t(io prizes
were n sewing set, won by Mrs. Harry
Lewis, and a vase, which was glon
Mrs. Cleorgo Herbert for tho highest
ecoic Those not playing cut for a
prize, which Miss Nancy Winston car
ried away. Mrs. James Wilder pro
sided at tho teatablo mid among tho
guests Invited wuro Mrs. KraticU
Swnnzy, Mis. Harvey Alurray, Mrs.
Walter Drlnckerhnf, Mrs. Harry
Lewis, Mrs. Herbert, Mrs. Noonnu,
Mrs. Hastings, Mrs. Htimphrls, Mrs.
jamcs wildor Mrs. Ate
Mr8 chnrlcs Cooper Mlsi
Mjgg Winston Mrs Hobe
MrB rjc.0rgo Potter Mrs.
.. ' Mrs nai.iJt jrH
lif rH fjeiirim Poller Mm flnrrll Wll
.,. ,. ,,,i,i.i ,,. ,,.
Mr8 n gcntti , M ScolUi M,BH
M walker, Mrs Uraluerd Smith Mrs
Af,lllr wilder, Mrs. A. M. Ilron-i
' ,.. A iiiiii o,
'vMrs. Hnwcs, Jr.
"To Meet Mrs. Cooke
A large and elaborate reception was
given by Mrs. C. M. Cooko on Friday
cttornoon nt her town resldenco on
llcretnnla avenue In honor of Mrs.
Itlchaid Cooke, whoso marriage to
tho youngest son of tho houso oc
curred a fuw mouths ago. Thoso re
ceiving with tho hostess and thu guest
of honor weio Mrs. Montague Cooke,
Jr., Mrs. Clarence Cooko, Mrs. F. J.
Lowruy, MIsb Alice Cooko, Misses
Irene Fisher, Ileatrlce Castle, Nora
Stui gcon, Giacu Cooko, llesslo Hop
per, MIbs Dorothy Hnrtwell. Mrs. C.
M, Cooko woro a hmidsomo frock of
whlto crepo do cheno elaborately
Irlmined with lace, and sho looked
very charming. Mrs, Klchard Cooko,
In pearl satin and old Iloso point, was
greatly admired. Her Btntuesquo ap
pearance was enhanced by her lovely
trock, nnd Blio Is considered one of
tho lovllest matrons of tho youngor
set. Tea tables wero scattered on the
large lawn behind tho houso, nnd also
In tho dining room. Each -tablo was
profusely decorated with violets mid
roses, while In tho drnwlng-iooms tho
color scliemo was red, carried oirt In
artlatlcully placed leaves and red car
nations embedded In maidenhair
ferns. Mrs. Mackall's ccqiiisltto volco
gavo great pleasure and sho sang de
lightfully several times. Her easo aid
Ircedom fium effort, ns well as tone
cultivation which each nolo pai takes
mokes It n Joy to listen whenever Bho
sings. A number of pi city girls as
fisted In looking after tho comfort of
tho guests, assisted by Mis. Tenuey.
Among theso wcro Misses Ileatrlce
Castle, Nora Sturgeon, Violet nnd
Wn.i Damon, llesslo Hopper, Anna
Soreiifioii, Ireno Usher, Thoie woro
so many old friends to bco nnd so
ninth to talk about that tho last good
byes i wore reluctantly Bald nt C
o'clock. Among thoso. present woro
I'rincpsB Knwnnanakna, Mrs. a. Par-
'iter, Mrs. Sanford D, Dolo, Mrs.
Georgo Cm ter, Mrs. W. W. Hull, Mrs.
Kbcn Low, Mrs. Fred Lowrey, Mrs.
McKlnnun, Mrs. lCdwnrd Damon, Mrs.
Francis Swnnzy, Mrs. James Castle,
Mrs. Walter Ilrtnckorliof, Mrs. A.
Francis Judd, Mrs. Selma Kinney,
Mrs. King, Mrs. Ilnlpli Fonder, Mrs.
Krnest Mott-Smltli, MIbs Paty, Mrs. 11
Hobs, Mrs. .Jordan, tho Misses Jordan,
Mrs. Alexander, Miss Alexander, Miss
Lawrence, Mrs. Seldon Kingsbury,
Mib. C. llallentyiiu. Miss Anna Paris,
Miss Nancy Winston, Mrs. Harnilon,
Mrs. James Wilder, Mrs. Gardner
Wilder, Mis. Gorrlt Wilder, XIrs llab
Lltt, Mis. Archie Ytiung, Mrs. McNnb,
Miss llcrtba Youlig. Mrs. von Ilainni,
Mrs. Anderson, Mrs, M. M. Scott, Mrs.
Walter Fiear, Mrs. Dllliiigham, Mrs.
S, M. Damon, Jrs. Frank Damon, Mih. '
Kenton, Mrs. F. II. Iliimphils, Miss'
Alice Mncrailane, MIsh Lurnn laukca,
Mrs. McGrow, Mrs. Charles Cooper,
Mrs. Andrew Fuller. Mrs. Whitney,
Mra. Afong, Mrs. Albeit Arong, Mrs,
Wnlbrhlgo, Mib. J. O. Cooke,, Mrs. W.
O. Smith, Mrs. 11. llnhlwlii, Mis. J. D.
Carter, Misses Carter, Mrs. Luwtou
llraln, Mrs. Ilottomley, Mrs. Lindsay,
Mrs. Young, Miss Young, Miss Lilly
Paty, Mlsc Mist, Miss Mist, Mrs. Fos
ter, Mrs. Marx, Mrs. Gullck, Mrs. Hob
loway, Mrs vou Holt, Mrs. Water-'
house. Mrs. Hitchcock, Mrs. l'leruon,.
Mra, A. Lewis, Mrs. Henry Cooper,)
Misses Hnrtwell, Mrs. Gait, Mrs. Willi-1
iiigioii, aiis. ram iscnuorg, -Mrs. Ivors,
Mrs. Inukca, Miss. Kennedy, Mlsa
Knapp, Mrs. Lango, Mrs. Jack Lucas,
Mrs. Uruco Mnckall, Mrs. McStockcr,
Misses McStocker, Mrs. Moore, MrB.
Hoyal Mead, Mis. Martin, MIbs Mci
lick, Mrs. Pratt, MIbs Ada Ithodes,
Miss Itcstarlck, Mrs. Schaefor, Miss
Schnc'fer, Mrs. Spalding, Misses Spald
ing, Mrs. Sorcnson, Mfs. Fred Smith,
Mrs. W. Stanley, MIbs Stevens, Mis.
Grlmths, Mib. McCandlcss, Miss
Mndgo McCamttess, Mrs. Gartley, Mrs,
Paul Neumann, Mrs. Hosmor, Mrs.
Saxton, Mrs, Hnnnchcrg, Mrs. Angus,
Misses AngUB, Mrs. Robertson, Miss
Robertson, Mib. Flunk Atherton, Mrs.
J. I). Atherton, Miss Kate Atherton,
Mrs. W. F. Allen, Sister Albertlnn,
Mrs. Faxon Hlshop, Mrs. Illuckmnn,
Mrs. Deardmorc. Mrs. BIssul. Mrs.
Castlo Colman, Mrs. Cotton, Miss ColV
ton, Miss Campbell, Miss Grace Car
roll, Miss Lllu Craig, Mrs. J. M. Dow
sctt, Mrs. Dickey, Mrs. Du Hoi, Mrs.
James Dole, Miss C. Dodgo, Mrs. Em
erson, Mrs. Wnltor Emory, Mrs. Km
Cry, Misses Forbes, Mrs. Grinbaum,
tho Mlfjses Sopor, Mrs. Halstoad, Mrs.
Lackland, Mrs. Frank Hoogs, Mrs. Ed
win Hall, Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs.
Lowers, Mrs. Horton, Miss Horton,
Mis. UBborne, Miss Veche, tho Misses
Waul, Mrs. John Wuterlibuse, Mrs.
Ernest Waterhouse, Mrs. Fred Water
house, Miss Dello Wolght, Mrs. Weav
er, Mrs. J. O. Young, Mrs. S. G. Wil
der, Mrs. A, G. Hnwes, Jr.
Dinner for Princess
Tho Hawaiian hotel was the scene
of n charming dinner on Thursday
evening given In honor of tho Prince
nnd Princess Kawananakoa by Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Drown. Tho tnhlo
looked lovely, decorated In a color
cchemo of yellow. Handpalntcd cards
In yollow wero at each plato, and tho
electric light! were softly shaded in
jollow. Among tho guosts wcro Mr.
and Mrs. II. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. M. 'allllps, Mr.
Wlchman, Tho bund wns plalng In
tho hotel park and the guests played
bildgo later In tho evening.
Anuthor clnhoratq dinner was given
by Mr. and Mrs. Hnnnobcig at tho
hotel on Thursday evening. Marguer
ites lu yellow and whlto made an at
tractive centerpiece. Tho guests ln;
eluded Mr. and Mis. du Rol, Mr. nmi
Mrs, Sclmltzc, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hagens
nnd Mr, Pfotenhauer. Tho guests
very much nppi eclated tho brilliant
playing of Captain Uergcr's talented
Mrs. Gray, tho popular proprietor
of tho King strcot boarding houso,
may tnko over tho Isenborg mansion
en Puliation street, converting It Into
n first class hoarding houso. Thoro
will ho twenty bcUiooms on thu sec
ond Hour. This ought to bu a great
pucccrs on account of Kb central loca
tion nml tho comfortable rooms, to say
nothing crt tho oxtonslvo grounds nnd
Inrgu bathing pool, which has nlwnjs
been a feature or tho place.
Among the dinners or the week, tho
ono given by Dr. nnd Mrs. Herbert on
Now Year's evening wns a most en
joable affair. Thu guests included
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Macfarlane, Miss
Allco Mncrnrlanc, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ten
uey, Miss W, Teiiufy, Mr. Tenney,
Mrs. Allco Hastings, Miss Hastings,
Mrs. Helen Noonnn, Mr. Vetlesen.
Cards occupied the attention or II)
guests nftcr dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs Grinbaum gavo a
beautiful dinner nt the Moanu Hotel
on Thuisduy evening In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Holmes, Doctor and
Mrs. F. II. Humphrls, Miss Nancy
Winston and Governor Cleghorn. The
tuble decorations were In pink and
the dinner n masterpiece or the diet's
Mrs, Herman Focko Ib at present in
London with her hlster, Mrs. Fowler,
and she expects to return to Honolulu
In Fohrunry very much benefited by
her rest and treatment abroad. Mrs.
Husson is also visiting Mrs. Fowler.
Mrs. Harry Macfnrlano has been
quite HI 'during tho wcok nnd will re
cuperate nt Aliulmanti after tho holi
days are over. Sho will bo greatly
missed from all tho gaieties of tho
Mrs. Gnrtcnhurg gavo n charming
little luncheon yesterday In honor of
Princess Kuwanannkoa, Mrs. S. Par
ker, Mrs. Walter Macfarlano and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Faxon Bishop oxpect
to sail for tho Coast very shortly and
their trip will extend to Germany.
They will bo gono n year, and pos
Mr. Cooper Clarke, n guest' at tho
Seaside Hotel from Hngland, has gono
to tho Volcano for n week. Mr. Clnrko
Is making a tour of tho world.
Mr. Harold Castlo has been suffer
lug train n sprained nuklo and had.
it .very quiet Now Year's weeft nt
For eating, drinking, end cooking
Pute, Delicious, Nutritious
fttQItTIIID U. PAT. OMIO
Brulfut Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tun
I3tei' ChocoUte (uniwcctened), I -2 lb, ctket
German Sweet ChocoUte, 1-4 lb. catci
PorSnlo by Leadlrui Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
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