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Last Days MONDAY and TUESDAY Of Sachs'
Muslin Underwear Sale
NEW VEILINGS and
THAT WILL INTEREST YOU.
CHIFFON AND CREPE VEILINGS,
Satm Border, all colors,
50 and G0 yd.
NEW TUXEDO VEILING,
. with large chenille dots, very
new, in White, Navy Blue,
White and Black Dots, and All
Black. 35 40 and 15c a yd.
3:5c a yd. .
FANCY MESH VEILINGS,
dotted effects, 20 and 25 yd.
Satin Border, White, Navy,
and Brown, extra wide,
OOb a yd.
from 75b npw.
THE NEW AUTO VEIL,
Combination of Hood, Scarf,
nnd Veil, in Pink, Blue, and
Grey. SPECIAL, 3.00
of Children and Misses'
Coats and Skirts
Beginning Monday, Jan. 13tli
Prices Cut Almost In Two
Seo Window Display and Note Prices
New Silk Gloves
White, Black, Pink, Grey, and ,
Brown; Elbow Length; Extra Heavy
Quality; Double Tips; All Sizes.
EST 1.75 A PAIR -W2
Glace Kid Gloves
Elbow Length; Black, White, and
Tans, ZFZT 3.50 A PAIR -32
Myer's Make, in Tain and Browns.
GAUNTLET GLOVES . . 1.35 Pair
REAL CAPE GLOVES 1.50 Pair
WASHABLE, All Sizes 1.35 Pair
READY- J&. I
TO- J$M) I
WEAR" J i I
APPAREL 40p I
New Goods Constantly
L" N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.' BUTsTSF,0N 1
COME AND GET ONE.
A sample line-no two alike
Very Latest Styles
Stylish Waiting Skirts
Finely Tailored, in blacK,
brown, navy blue & grey
SOCIAL CHATTER isse HOME TALK
IT HAS been one constant whirl
for the past two weeks tor din
ners, teas and brldgo have occu
pied society generally. With
tho prospect of the University ball
the local dressmakers are unusually
busy nnd many stunning toilettes can
Fafely be predicted for the event. Tho
Mardl Gras also will be quite an Im
portant affair, and there Is a rumor
In the air of n ball to be given about
Easter-tlme tho proceeds to go to
the Hawaiian Society. This Is In
the hands of many prominent society
people, and Miss Rose Davison, or
course, has her shoulder to tho wheel.
Mr. Hertsche has offered the Moana
Hotel dining-room and everything
looks prosperous for Its grano suc
cess. Mrs. Wilder Entertains
Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder, who has rc--ontly,
with Mr. Wilder, returned
11 om a trip to California, was At
lomo on Monday afternoon, her
isual reception day Mrs. Hnrndon,
.Mrs. James Wtlder's mother, received
wltn her, and Mrs. Gardner Wilder
and Mrs, Ivers presided over tho tea
table. Mrs. Wilder Is looking so
well Blnce her return. On Monday
'o wo-e a hand-embroldercd frock
whlt, which was most artlstlcal
l made Mrs. Harndon also looked
i andtome. She comes from a family
famous for Its beauty, which is very
well carried out in her daughter's
typo of loveliness and her grand
child the little Klnau. Tea tables
on tho lanal and In tho dining-room
attracted many. Callers kept com
ing and going throughout the after-1
noon, and among them were Mrs. S3.
M. Damon, Mrs, J. 0. Carter, the
Misses Carter, Mrs. Mist, Miss Mist,
Mrs. A. P. Ju'dd, Mrs. M. M. Scott,
Miss Marlon Scott, Mrs. McGrow,
Miss Hardawny, Mrs Young, Miss
Young, Mrs. Lindsay, Mrs. Hulmph
rls, Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mrs, Davis,
Mrs. H. Harrison, Miss Anna Paris,
Miss Margaret Castle, Mrs. James
Wilder, Mrs. Ivors, Mrs. Gardner
Wilder, Mrs. llawea Jr. Mrs. Lind
say quite cheered everybody with
her two songs, so exquisitely rend
ered. Hoffmanns' Tour Abroad
Doctor Hoffmann expects to sail
for the States and(probably Germany
on the 7th. Mrs. Hoffmann will
probably sail in the Mongolia In or
der to visit her mother, whero tho
Doctor will join her. Doctor Ed
ward Armttago has taken the Hoff
,mann office, and tho houso is rented
to Mr. and Mrs. Lovy. Ilvcrybody
will miss the genial Doctor and his
"energetic wife, who haB always been
at the front of affairs social and oth
erwise. Mornintr Musicians
Tho Morning Music Club met with
Mrs. Paul Isonberg on Wednesday
forenoon and an unusually enjoy
program rfvas rend'ered,., It Is consid
ered (utile an h'onor to "belong to this
club, .arid Its "exclusive portals do not
' .. .. il.n nanl.ini, mnatr-lin
open oasuy iu mo uBiwub ... -......
There is a Ions waiting list and the
membership Is limited to thirty. Tho
program on Wednesday was as fol
lows Violin duet, "Solitude sur la Mon
tague" oio Hull
Mrs. Rois nnd Miss Damon
n "Volko Vcise" . . .Egvlnd' Alnacn
h "Album Iliad"
"Summer Night" .V. w. Gado
Mesdames Cooper, Scott, von
Holt, Weight, Kinney, Hoff- I
Mrs. Whitney i
Vocal duet, "Tho Night"
Mrs. Mott-Smlth and Mrs. Weight
. Miss Hopper
"Serenade" H. KJcrulf
l Mesdames, Scott, Cooper, von
Holt, Weight, Kinney, Holt
man o "Chanson" Slndlng
Their Wedding Anniversary
In honor of tho sixth anniversary
of their marriage, Colonel nnd Mrs.
Samuel Parker gaio .i most enjoy,
able pol supper on Saturday evening
at their Diamond Head villa. Tho
handsome couple received the con
gratulations of their friends with be
coming grace, und many beautiful
gifts were arriving all day. Tho
tables, most artistically set with a
covering of torn leaves, doublo crlm-
son carnations in koa vases making I
spots of beauty along tho table. All '
i the delicacies of tho feast wcro bo-1
torn one and toasts, speeches and '
rongs wqro tho order of tho evening,
fhe Knal orchestra played and s.uig
throughout the dlnnor as well as Into''
Into the night. Mr. Allen mado an j
nmuslng speech In which he said '
when his daughter was n tiny tot ho
asked her which sho would rathor ,
be, Queen Victoria or Queen Ltlluo
knlanl, and sho lisped, "I would rn-1
ther bo Tham Parker." Ilrldgo oc
cupied tho attention of tho guests'
throughout the evening and they In-,
eluded Pilnro und Princess Kawann-I
nakoa, Mr. and Mrs M. Phillips, I
Captain and Mrs. Pnrltcr, Mrs.
bchmldt, Mis, Shepherd, Miss Shop-1
herd, Dr. nnd Mrs. Grosmann, Mr. I
David Dowsott, Miss Parker, Miss
Helen Wilder. Cantnln Green. Mr.
1 William Lucas, Doctor and Mrs. Mur
ray, Mrs Cunha, Mrs. Frceth, Mrs.
Nawahl, Mr. F Wickett, Miss Ituth
Wilcox, Mr. Allan HcrDort, Mr. P.
Muhlendorf, Mr. F. Thompson, Mr.
William WllllninKiuf Mr. and Mrs.,
ilnwes, Mr. JocK Carter.
, -k I
Bridge at An, Sachs' I
Mrs Fchs was the hostess of a
pretty bidgo tea at her cottage In I
tho Hawaiian Hotel gmumls in honor
of Mrs. life, on Monday nftnrnnnn.
I Thero vro prizes for tho highest
score ay each tablo and they wero
elaborately embioldered hand-made
liandkorchlofs. Tea was served and
a very pleasant afternoon enjoyed, ,
Among those present wero Princess '
J Kawdnanakoa, Mrs, S. Parker, Mrs,
Gartcnbcrg, Mrs. F Smith, Mrs. G leal piograin. Ho rang with tiisto ami wind to pay their rcsiicctB to tho unison, Mrs Kenton, Mia. 11. Wulei-
Schmldt, MrB. T. ;Peck, Mrs. Ilrock, feeling. Mrs. Howard Hitchcock must hostess and her friends. MIbs Mc- man, Mix. M. Phillips, Mrs. Hairy
Mrs. High, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. M. ably accompanied all tho numbers cv Cundless lecelvcd on th'i limal und Lewis, Mis. A. J. Campbell, Mm. C.
Phillips, Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Sol- icpt Mr. Johnson's solo, when .Mis. I presented ever) body to tho guests-ur- . Iliuwn, Mrs. Hngcus, and Mlsa
den Kingsbury. Hugo Hor7cr was tho ofucioiil per-' honor. She looked cr liundbomo Mniguret W.ilkcr.
former. Thero, wjo many beautiful' In n whlto Dlrectolio frock tilmmttl x
Damon-Lawrence Wedding toilettes und unioafcj Inherit wero no-! with bands of pink satin, and tarried Friday's Blidgc Tea
A very pretty wedding ucciincd at llced that nf Kn'fAhhw Wall, whon bouquet of double violets. M.sa A most cluirmlug bridge tea was
(ho rosldenco of .Mr. and Mrs Frank v. ore n creation onun'tto' embroidered . Olmsted, In a whlto creation, was given on I'ddny itfteinoon ly Mis.
Damon on Thursday opening. the con- chiffon and real lnco; MrB. Firt. In n I most chic, the violets attached to her MtStooker at her rcsldenco on I.mm-
iractlng parties being Miss Julia landeomo toilette of while Irish luce i sleeve being Komcthlng new. Mini Wo street. Tho lanal, Ilag-enrlobcd.
Dwlght Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and villi dollcnto luucncs or niniivu, Mis.i Joidan's clegnnt coatunio was most ""hut out the gnzo of tho populace
Mrs., Francis Lawrence, of Shebu)gan, Chailos Cooper looked utrcmel well i bctomlng nnd she also wore her bou-''''' ll'o clirulnr room, to artistically
Mich., nnd Mr Fredoilck Pcckwllh In jellow bror.ido-batln mid old lose miot of Wolots on her arm. Guests
Damon, son of tho Into Mr. 11 0. Dam-, point; Mrs. J. V't Cooke, who wax, were constantly coming and going,
on: The mnrrlago cejemony waa per-' much ailmlrod lujwhlto lace, a largo und several pretty girls looked after
formed by tho llov. Dorcmus Scudder.l pink iom nestllnplii tho corsage must the (omfort of the mrlvnls. KericHh
Tho bildo looked vcr) beautiful In mil i ffecthoU; Mrs. i Dillingham looked meats weio served In tho illnlng-
ccqulullo costume of white ciopu doii'ost distinguished, and Mrs'Androw
cliene, the cll being nltached wlthi rullei't. hiiow white hair en pompa-
orango blnsboms and she cairlcvl a
bouquet ol whlto violets The brldea
maid. Miss Consuola Falkcnberg,
looked lovely In pink and tho shower
bouquet was of pink roi.os. Mr. George
Fuller was tho best mm.. Congiat
illations and a delicious supper fol
lowed tho Interesting ceiemony mid
Mr. and Mrs. Damon d"paited for
their honeymoon at Wahlawu amidst a
shower of rlco and old shoes, tho
brldu'a bouquet being deftly caujlit
by Miss Adelo do l'Artlguo.
For Mr. Wichman
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wall gavo a
delightful "at homo" on Thursday
evening In honor of Mr. II. F. Wleh
niun, who soon departs for Germany
with his family, ut tho icsldenco of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leweis, tho par
ents of tho hostess, on Kownlo street.
Tho guests weio received at tho door
by Mr. Johnson, who was ashlslud In
Ills pleasing duties by Mr. Georgo Kul
lyr, Mr. Clarence Waterman nnd Mi:
Sam Walker.. Tho rooms wero lionutl
fully decorated with aitlstlc branches
cf tho crimson ponciuna legia, and the
plorlous leacs wero most effective
against tho whlto and gold background
of the spacious looms. White cai na
tions delicately sprajeil with line
maldoii-halr weio lavishly placed
about nnd tho muutlo In one drawing
loom was lltcially banked with maid-tn-halr
ferns. Hanging baskets lif
maidenhair lurther ornamented till
dour, mo3t ilcllsutfiill flamed her
fair face Sho woio mi effertle black
'ostunie. Thero weio ninny others
who looked unusually well," nnd the
niiaiiKiunoiil of tho rooms and lau.il
made delightful coa eornoiH for t"to
a-teti'S. Among those piem-ut wiir
'ooin and llbiao, wlikli were most
lieaiitlfiill dcioi-ateil Mrs. Jones,
Mrs. Arthur Wall and Mrs. MiCaud
'cht sisslstcd in receiving tlio guests.
'1 ho M(Ciuiilloss lesldeme Is nil Ideal
I'pot for u rereptlon of this Kind, tho
lew of tho hen through tho trees be
ing enchant lug. Tim lanal under the
null tice, whom the guests weio'in-
ilecorated, was a cool nnd Inviting
spot for tlio clot on tables. Abteis,
terns and llowcilng shrubs artisti
cally decorated tho rooms, and tho
prizes linnd-palnted plates, the
beautiful vtoiU of Miss MtSlod.cr
' as m'ljeioitbly dopaUid the iihi of llio
roriu'i store In' hit, new building at
Fort aud llrictnulii i.t reels, lll an
one wishing to coulrlbuto Kindly le.no
urtlcles ill nbovc htoro on Thursd i
tho sixteenth. Tho ladles of the Wa i
and Means Comiiillleo lire Mra. '. K.
M.')eiH, .Mrs. Wlll.ud Huron, Mrs.
WdllnlilKt. MIb.( Giacc- Ctxiko mid Mrs.
I'hllll) li car. If nii)fino jiot'iuilo t"
lend his cnutlibutlons to tho stoic,
will nollf) any )f thu ladles of tho
oonlinlttee. ihcj will see that1 are art
icles aio called Tor. This Is a woilh
raiiso nnd wo hopu evVjyono will le
I pond by ponding mi) thing, saleable,
they ma linve lo spai-o In tho natinv
of clothing, tliooa. hats, oiiinmonts,
lie. Men h clothing Is piirtlriil.ul ho
Mr. nnd Mr. ChaB. S. Weigh.. Mr uu 1 1 ,clvcd. Is a most artistic pluce, tho
Mro K J Waterman, Mi and Mr.. i,i.,nrlns meeting overhead and form
Stanley LUIiiiistoii, Mis. Walter Hon-1 jK u thick thatched loof. Among
man, Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Uinsliig, Mrs.
n. V Itenton. Mr. and Mrn. It. 11
Hurhlv, Mr. .and 'Mis. W. L. Hopper,
Mrs. Shell, Dr. and Mrs. (liossnian,
Mrs. Shcpard, Mlta Shcpard, Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. Phillips, Mr. nnd Mis. .1. P.
llowatt, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Smith,
('apt. anil M'H. Andrew Puller, Mr.
and Mrs A. l.owls, Jr., Mr and Mrs
A Garlic , Mr. V.. It. Stacknhle, Ml
and Mrs F 12. Richardson. Mrs I'jfe,
.Mr. ami Mr. C. A. lliown, Mr. nnd
Mrs It C. Scott, Mr. and Mis M S
(iilnhatiui, Mrs. II. A. Ilahlwlit, Mr
i.nd Mrs. C. II. Kluegel, Mr. and Mi
Hugo lienor, Mr. Child Jenkins, Mi.
and Mis. Robcit U-ueiH, Ml. and
.Mrs 11 F. Dillingham, Dr. mid Mi.
C II. Cooper, Mr. C. M. Cooku, Mi.
and Mm I. J. Lowroy, Mr. W. It.
Cabtle, Mr. nnd Mis. J. A. Kennedy,
Mrs 'A K Mcrs, Mr. and Mrs. Fiauk
Ilalslcad, Mr and Mm. llialneid
thoao prebcnt weio Princess Kawnnu
nakoa, Mis. 12. M. Watson, Mra. Al
iliur Wall. Mr. W V. I'icar. Mih. P.
Ficar, Mrs. Wllllnin Whltno). Mis.
Alex. Lindsay, Jr., Mia. .1. P. Cooke,
Mis, Chuence Cooke, Mis. Richard
('(Hike, Mm. Montaguo Cooks, Mis. W.
lliown. Mih. M. Phillips, Mrs. Wni.
Rawlliib, Alts. It. S. Johnstone, Mi.
II. llcrer, Mih. McNiib, Mia. A. Low
Is. .., Mia. High, Mis. C. Weight,
Mrs. D. Till um. Mis. llawcs, Jr., MlM
Iteldfoid, Mis. Klugsliiiry, Mis. .
Love, Mis: Kdwln Pails, Mih. H. ().
Hull, Mih. Walter Macfailano, .Mrs.
Ilialuoid II Suiltli, Mrs. V. C. Smith,
Mis. Robcit lllaudiaid. Mis. St. C.
II. Sayies. Mrs. Ilaldwlii, Mis. Walter
James; Missis Margin ct Hopper, Mr
Klnloy, Young, Grato Cooko, Daisy
Cooke, Ii olio Fisher, llusslo Hopper,
Kathoiiiiu Hopper, Cousiance Restar-
, li It M-!tfwt.m Vrtiilii,t,ii (1 Wii.l.
Smith, Mr und Mis. Claienco Cooke., ' ,.,,.'.,, ,, ',, V.,....,.
Mr and Mis. Geo. P. Cooko. Mr and
I Mice Mni'fiiilauc, llcitilie CnBtlo
Mrs Fred Smith. Mr. and Mis W.dls,Ml83 ci) M c
Poterbon Mr and Mr... J. P. O.He., Alexander, Agnes Alexin
dor, Angus, (i Angus, Hchnnor, Cut
ton, Hard.iw.ij, C. Clowe, Allcollede
Miss Grace Cooko, Mr. aud Mis Wll
laid Hi own. Mr. und Mis. W. II. Hub-
dining room, v,horo delicious refiebh- )ltti M,H, j, 0i carter, JIIss Marg-uet
monts wero served thioughoiit Ihoj um,t.r MeH McKlnloy, Mr. and Mis.
OVOnlllg. The musical p.Ut Of thoi iiUIlr,i mir.l.enelf .ln.len nn.l Mis
evonlng was of tho highest older ami A0vlimiL.r Lindsay. Mrs. Young, Mlssi Poultry Show
tho best umateui talent In town con young Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Love Mi. ' think over) body who attended
tlio I'oultiy Show cither wanted to
hciomo a Hiuall fiiiiiier or a poultiy
fancier nt oiuc. Such beautiful
fowls, to say nothing of tho fiults,
uiuuic-u. mo prugruni ivud u iw mj j4i Ma'X, Air and Mrs. A. I Mur
lows: Solo, artistically rcndcied by i)Uyi 1)r- jnmu8 m,-. iimi Mrs. .1. A.
.Mr. stanloy Livingstone. Mrs. aiov McCnndloss, Mis. A." G. Ilaweu, li
andor Llndsoy's sweet volro waa next
heard In n charming selection, clovei
ly accompanied by Mr W. A. Love.
Mrs. Itauuoy Scott sang a French song
In her flnlshod manner, and tho quar
tet consisting of Mr. W. A. Loo, Mr.
Chris Jenkins sang a solo which was
received with much applause. Then
camo a solcctlon from "In a Persian
Garden," sang by Mrs. Alexander
I Indsay, Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Mr
Stanley Livingstone and Mr. Arthur
Wall. This was an unusual troat and
most oxqulsltoly rendered, Mr With
Mr and Mrs. T I Wall, Mr. and Mrs.
W A Wall. Air. mid Mro. Wullor Wall.lllowoiu und seeds, with lucid nxpl.i-
Dr Ormoud Wall, Mr. Geo. Fuller,
Mr Morlo Johnson, Mr. Sam Wulker,
Mr. Clarenco Wateiman,
?" .Dir.' .C.ar.' u,ra,l"i?r" Si 'Madife MeCandlen Entertains
Wall, ilollchtcil overybody. Mr. D
uno oi me mosi .o..B..i.ii. .,, , I)r(mlotora ot thu afrtt.,
of the week was the reception glon
mitlons of how to grow them, by .Mr.
The roosters kept things lively by
(.(instantly t lowing, nnd hundreds
saw tho best show of tho kind Ha
waii has ocr hud. Great credit is
weie bestowed up Mis High for thu Helled Man Mi!el ladleit have roil
Hist. Mis. llialneid Smilb for tho M-ntcil to asslHt, for whldi Ihu Indlea
by Miss Mac)ge McCandless on Fil-ljlrs. Dowsett's Dinner
day aftornoon In honor of Miss Olm-, .Mrs. J M. Dowsett was tho hostess
rted and Miss Jordan. The long avo-' of an elaborate luncheon on Mon
nue leading to tho houso was a most j day The table waB exquisitely dpc-
unlmated Bpot from 4 until 0. Iheio orutod with Unlets nnd robes. The iM aim Committee have deeldod to
was u constant stream ot gayly I guc'sts Included Mis. Fife, fur whom bold a Ituinniago Salo, on Sutlirda tho
"(onil, and .Mis. 1' Wateiman wiih
the fortunate tlilul. Mis. MiStnck
oi, uh well us hoi two daughteis,
weio gowuod In elaborate! embiuld
cied whlto fiodtK. anil dispensed the
hospitality of thu house with well
klinwn coidialltv.- Tbeiu woio llftv
guests piesent, muny going on lo tlio ''"""'
McC'andleHs "At Home."
The gueslH woiu Mrs. Dunnliig, Mrs.
I. II. Kliigsbuiy, Mrs. M. Phillip-, I
Piluei'Hs Kawaiiiinn.(,rt, Hid.' II. V.
Xluna), Mis. II. Smith Mih. 11 M.
Wntsoii, Mis. l'ac Mrs ( it. 1(1i,
Mih. H. Water inn. .Mrs .1. Fife, Mis.
Luckluud, Mih ('. !3 Cooper, Mrs.
Knig, Mrs. Fied Smith' Mis llojdj.
Mrs. A. T. Iliock, .Miv Geo Henio.i,
Mih. (Ml. H.illdiOiio, Mm A. Fuller,
Mih li cil Annus, Mrs 12. Low, Mr-
Campboll-P.iiker, Mio. (1. '"c'liul It.
.Mrs. Theo. Lansing, MIh '., K Mmts,
Mih. W. T. Lucas, Mrs. Iluneben;
Mis. J. A. Kennedy, Mrs N. H Sadis
Mis I "ran I; Ilulslcail, Miu II. 12. Coop
ti, Mi'H. Fiauk Iticliiiidson, Mih Cun
ha, Mih. L. Jl. Whltohoiiso. .Mm. (
A. llrown, Mih. lteidfuid, MrB I. I)
Gaines, Mih. 12. 12. Paxton, Mrs. S. G
Pearbon," Mrs. S Peck, Mis. W. T
Mouiari.it, Mih. Sehwuitz, Mm. .1 A
College Club Electt
Tho nnutinl iiicetlug of tho Colli k
Club was held at Ihu homo of Mm W
L: Whittle on Friday nfloi noon. The
Miioiis ioiorls show tho club to be
glowing .mil pnispoilng, nlilclocn now
noinbers having been addod labt jear.
Tho Dr. Day Memorial fund has some
thing over lncnt-(mo' thousand dol
.a'H In Its ci edit and u district num
rrom tho Clodand school Iiiih hem
icut lor and will soon bo beio The
following oIlleoiH wero elected for Hie
.Mar IIHI8: Mrs Cox, piuslduiit; Miss
Pope, vice picsldent; Mis. I'aiilnglim,
ueciutaiji-tienRiirer; Dr. Gllnian, an
tlstant; Mrs. Wbltnoy und Miss Tuck
Tor Children's Home
The Chlhliou's Homo whldi hai
I eon on King slreot bo long, Is soon to
icmino Into moio cominodluus quai'
tois In thu ruhldouco of tho latin
Mother Castle iu Munoa. In onlei to
in the eioiiHPa necessary In inatiliig
the iliuni'p tho ladles of tho WnH and
of Hie eoiiimlllcu me u-iy Kratefui.
Mrs. Ncwhiill. who Is still (onlln
ed lo her uittngo ut the bcisldn llo-
I lei by Illness, export lior biisbanil
I I ml u numbni of fi lends on tnu Uth.
The) expect to spoilt! tho 'wlnlur
Mi-h 12. Waterman gavo a very en
joyable bridge tea on Wednesday af
ternoon. Mrs. Wuteiman entertnliiB
ii great deal and alwiiya vel!.
Ml. Coopei Clarke, a guest nt I ho
So.isldo Hotel, has rotuinod fioni a
1 or eating, tlrlnklnfr. end coolilnji
l'urc, Delicious, .Nutritious
man's solo was tho last of tho mus dressed visitors Jauntily pressing on- tho luncheon was given; Mrs. Rich-eighteenth lust. Mr. Pied Ilanlsou
flia.tTKHCO u. . HT, OMIOS
DresVfait Cocoa, 1-2 lb tins
laWiCliocoUte(unswcctrncd), I -2 lb cokn
German Sweet Chocolate, I-4 lb. calea
Tor Salo by l.cadlns Ctocou
WALTER BAKER & 00. Lid
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
13 HIGHEST AWARDS IN LUOPE.
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