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Tremendous Reduotious on Surplus and Broken Lines disolosed
by Stock-Talring, espeoially in the Ready-To-Wear Department
Second Week of-
CLEARANCE BARGAINS '
Decisive xrice-outting to effeot imme
diate sales. You know wliat this
means --- Prices and Cost lost sight of
Broken lots, at less than cost price.
Fancy Colored Hose
75c quality ,. . 10 a pair
50c quality . :J5apair
White Lace Ankle Kose
35c quality 20 a pair
White Dropstitch Hose
In sizes 8 ami 8V2 only.
20c quality . . . I2y2 a pair
White and linen color at $1.25
See window display and note ic-ductions.
SHEEIl FEINTED AND EMBROI
DERED MUSLINS, pretty designs
and colorings, 20c quality, lU'a
n yard. A Big Bargin.
C0RSICAN TWILL SHIRTINGS,
extra wide, good patterns; 15c qual
ity, 1O0 a yard.
Cotton Torchon Laces
with insertions to match; all widths,
a large assortment, 5k a yard.
Painted Pillow Bags
All rady (or use.
35c Pillow Bags, 2() each.
Ladies' Suits, Ready To Put Oh
BLACK SILK SUITS
$28.00 SUITS 15.00
?22.50 SUITS ; 13.50
$10.50 SUITS , 9 0-T
COLORED SILK SUITS
$20.00 SUITS 10.50
$28.50 SUITS 11.50
WHITE ETON SUITS
$3.75 SUITS 2.25
CREAM LINEN SUITS
COAT AND SKIRT BRAIDED
$8.00 SUITS 5.00
$8.75 SUITS 5.00
$9.00 SUITS G.OO
WHITE LINEN PONY SUITS
$15.00 SUITS 10.50
$10.60 SUITS 3.50
COLORED LAWN SUITS
$4.25 SUITS 2.00
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co, Ltd.
is in I
Camel Hair Plaids
52 in. wide, all wool,
$1.25 quality . . S5 n yd.
75c quality 50 a yd.
50 in, wide,
$1.25 quality ... 0 n yd.
In stripes and figures,
35c quality .... 25 a yd.
Linen fringed towel, red
and blue border, size 22x44.
$3.00 towels at 2.25 a doz.
pretty colors, for Curtains or
15o quality 10 a yard
HOME TALK s,
inmong them was n very pretty onei
e.l the spacious apartments woro wife Miss Alexander ot Oakland nnd Eduln Halt. nmonB tlicm 8 1 cij 11 ) o
each table ami the fortunate wcio in tho receiving line
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1 lenient weathei on
Fruit I'uncii Mm. itch hush, Mrs.
TB'.C"Z ZcHnt's ami tenbew. Mrs. New-all. Misses Wlm-lullon. curried violets; Mrs. J. W.
lose llnUs. pendants, ami Humi.hrls Mrs Purdy.l Pratt. Mrs. T. Richards, Miss lopc.
glittered nnd tempted one "" , Mrs- " ." . 11 v ilminrrlnm Miss Mnrv M
. ,,., t.,, ,,,-- 1 Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Ebcn I-ow.Mrs. Har- Mrs. Dillingham. Miss Man m.
cd out In largo mimbeis at
the Kilohatia n League to view the
plctuii's, br.ii -a-lnni . leather work,
and the Jcwcln e.hlblt which Mrs.
May Mott-Smlth Cunningham has
drought with her from California.
Tho Jewels ate all original designs,
for which sho Is 80 famous neck
laces, rings, cotiibs, broodies, stick-
to open their purse strings. Tho three
thousand dollar necklace reposing
upon Its velvet hod attracted nil ejes
by tho Mirlety of stone and the ex
quisite design. The Jewelry coun
ters were densely packed by admir
ing guests. Among the artists
whose tun vases and craft work weio
lien could bo noticed Charles Hollo
l'etcrs, famous for his moonlight
tcpnes, Xnvler Mnrtlncs, John (Iam
bic, tho flower painter; Wllllo Davis,
Nolhsnn. llcilha Stringer Lee. Lati
mer, Joe Orceubaum, Curtis, tho In
dian photographer: W. II. W. Illck
icns' etchings, as well as Plnzzoni's,
and quite a lollectlon iif Mrs. Mott
Smlth Cuiinlnghaiii'H own paintings,
as well as scleral canvases by liar
The guests were greeted at tho
door by Mis. Ernest Mott-Smlth and
prosented to Mrs. Cunningham. Mrs.
W. -M. Graham also assisted. Sho
was dressed In a white Batin prin
cess with embioldcry or gold and
white, and on tho coisago rested
white orchids and a sprig of fine
maidenhair ferns. She looked ex
tremely beautiful and In her charm
ingly natural way responded to the
compliments which were showered
upon her. Tho pationesses acted the
part of show-men and opened cahes
of Jewelry, trlng them on with ex
pert llngeis. The Jowels of May
Alott-Smlth Cunningham are unlvor
fcally becoming, tho Intricate gold
work being ulways dainty and re
fined, and the stones all so uncom
mon respond to tho touch of the
ry Lewis, Mis Rawlins, Mis. llawes,
Jolly Tuesday Supper
Mr. and Mrs. (ierrlt Wilder en
tertained at supper on Tuesday turn
ing In honor of Mrs. May Mott Smith
Cunningham. There were other ta
bles, and the guests Included Mr. and
Mrs. Francis M. Swanzy. Mr. and
Mrs. i:. Mott-Smlth, Mr. and M'i
S. O. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Jamr
Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ivcis,
Doctor and Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Mr.
and Mrs. (Jcotge Potter. Mr. am'
Thomas. Miss Isabel Thomas, Miss
Lillian Hroad, Miss Mary (Jollier,
Miss Ah Moo Akul. Miss Adeline
1 1 oi-o. Miss llinina Konu, the Misses
Miindon, Miss Ksther I'uidy, Miss
Weight. Miss Flora llollowny, Miss
Mary All Plug, Miss Kekuown, Judge
Lindsay. Mr. Augustus Knudscn, Mr.
L. U. I'lnkham, Mr. James Wilder
and Mr. Dillingham. There was a
constant stream of callers and be
tween half-past four and five a most
enjoynblo Hawaiian progiam was
rendered. Governor Frenr walked
about greeting ocrybody. lie woro
Mrs. Alonzo Hartley, Miss Nannie in white linen suit. The number of
Winston. Miss .Marlon Scott. Captain
Caiter. U. S. N.; Mr. Clifford Klin
hall. .Mr. Walter Dlllnghuin.
The Pleasanton '
"The I'leasnnton," the name which
Pas been given to tho lsenbeig man-i-Ion
nt l'unahou, Is admliably suited
for n private hotel. Tho largo hand
homo suites with pl.ito-glass want
robes, oud every known convenience,
could not full to please anyone with
n rcllncd tasto and a lung purse. Mrs,
McDonald, who has taken charge, i
busily engaged In converting tho at
tic Into bedrooms. The music-room
ot many pleasant memories lias been
turned Into tho regular dining-room
and tho old dining-room can bo en
gaged by prlvato parties for dinners,
nippers, and lunches. Thcro Is n
handsomo sulto of rooms on tho llrst
door, ns well as several bedrooms',
and tho reception rooms nnil hall arc
used for the benefit of tho guests. A
smoking-room and logo ml da to tho
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winners of the enameled Hawaiian rrcar wus aw " "" - M ..-., Pninnbell
hatpins were Mrs. llawllns. Mrs. M. lied n bouquet or wlilto violets. CnIU,vj,M chai, A,1(.rt, Mr8.
J'hllllps, Mrs Watson. Mrs Schmltt, Among those who assisted wcro Mrs. A how"l8 j,gs I-nllm Auu.ru,p Miss
Mrs Hawes. Jr A delicious tea was Arthur Wilder, who presided at the UlI(h ulcj,ri,B,
hcrved. Among tho invited guests tea-table dressed In white, a long os- Delicatessen Mrs. Arthur Wall,
worn l'rlnress Knwnnanakoa. Mrf. trlch plumo of pink being a hecoiu-J jllss Kmlly Lndd, MUs I.l7Zlo Camp-
Harry Murray, Mrs. Ullzulicth ing adjunct to her picture hat. Mrs. boll, Mrs. Chns. Lucas. Mrs. George
. 1 . .. 1 .. nun in ind r'nt-i ilia ifii Mru it
Kiceth. Mrs. Sachs. Mrs. M. l'lillllp- Alexander Linusny .ir. pourcu cunee. v-""- - " " -- "
Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Cunhn. Mrs. (Ja,-, Mrs. A. J. Campbell, in n nnino ere- - .. ,,.
loway. Miss Adcock, Miss Campbell
Miss J. Pratt.
Decorations Miss Grace Cooke.
Miss Irmgnrd Sclmefcr.
Punch and Judy Show Mrs. Mon
tague Cooke. Mr. Knight.
Wrestlers, Japanese Mr. R D. Low
icy, Mr. Derwent Kennedy.
Musical Piogram Mrs. Ilumphrls.
Mrs. James Wilder, Mrs. Cooper, Mrs.
Lindsay. Mrs. Clarence Cooke, Mis.
Unnney Scott, Mis, C. Smith.
Palmistry Mrs. Alexander llawcs
Jr., Miss Alice Cooper.
Posters vera Damon. Cordelia (ill
man, Alice SpauldlnK. Mnudo Jones,
Klorenco Gune, Kenneth Winter,
Tents Mr A V. Cooke, Loron Han
nostad. Jack Desha, William Lldgule.
Charles Dals, Charles Ljman, Theo
iloro Cooper, Herbert Klnslea, I-owls
Henton. David Townsend, Kenneth
I.ldgnte, Krank Stack, Stanley Ken
nedy. Onto Keepers Alan Lowrey. Stan
ley Kennedy, William Lldgato.
Tho waiters at tho various refresh
ment booths and tables will be oung
ladles f 1 0111 the Oaliu College, under
charge of Miss Thomas.
Mrs. W. L. Mooro will bo tho treas
urer fur tho occasion.
Castle, Me'ssrs. W. It. Castle, Gus- ml C- imf- ir""T'iL v."
r Schaefei. George Fuller. George' Kin: ympanl .and drums. S. Peek;
artist who designed them. Mrs,
Cunningham wears little Jewelry her-1 mnflllt nn. .., ,, ,B ,..,.,...
self, but Is never been without at tliroll(.n()llt wlth cxccont taste,
least one handsome ring, and, on 1 ......... ., ,., .. .,.,.,.,, ,,, ,,.
Tuesday evening, a brooch of K"l'l 1 Moanll Hotel. Is In charge ot tho din
ing-room and for elcganco tho house
cannot bo surpassed. Tho beautiful
and extensive, grounds with summer
set with Jewels was much admired
Mis J. P. Cooke carried off a beau
tiful iie.nl ilug, the quaint setting
and tiny gems thoroughly harmoniz
ing with the central pearl. It was
0110 of the most admired rings there,
'j ho Art League rooms aie Ideal for
tho plctuio show, the background be
ing Just right to bring out tho beauty
of the pictures. Tho patronesses in
cluded Mrs. Walter Kiear, Mrs Hrn
e3t Mott-Smlth, Mrs. Geoigo Carter,
Mrs Francis Swanzy. Mrs. Gcrrlt
Wilder, Mrs. Wal,tor Hrlnkerholf,
Mis. J. P. Cooke, Mrs. Chnrlcs Coo
per, Mrs II. II. on Holt, Mrs. A. U.
Parker Bridge Tea
houses and n Inigo bathing pool with
dressing-rooms attached, well pro
tected by a covering, and embellish
ed with palms, Is not tho least of the
attractions of this commodious house.
It Is most conveniently situated, sev
eral lines of cars passing near by.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Drown, Mr. Honolds, and many
othcis liaVo already taken advantage
of. tho opportunity of such a home.
I'vcryono wlbhes Mrs. McDonald sue
less In her new venture.
Frears' At Home
Governor and Mis. Frenr gavo
Tho bridge tea which Mrs. Parker their second At Homo on Monday at-
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a most enjoynblo nffalr. The nutld- visited could shake hands with tho Cnffcu Mrs. Andrew Fuller,
men present was much commented
Among tho arrivals In tho Mon
golia wcro Mr. and Mrs. John
Plllsbury, Tour children, and servant.
They have taken the whole lower
floor of tho heath houso at tho Sea-
bide Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter
Scott, Mr. P. II. liamard, Miss Il.u
niud, Mrs. Corrlno Hideout, Mrs.
Melissa A. Potter, Miss Nellie
Hughes nro all guests ut tho popular
Por Good Cause
Society will certainly turn out In
great numbers nt the gulden feto on
tho afternoon of tho 15th, ono week
f i oni today. In aid of the Palama Dis
trict Nursery and Milk Depot Fund,
to bo held In the extensive grounds
of Mr. and Mis. Frederick Lowrey,
corner of Lunalllo nnd Vlctorlu
btrcets. Kverybody Is Interested In
tho nffalr and Is working with a
will for Its suecoss. Mis. Ilumpluls
Is ni ranging an elaboruto program
of children's songs to ho Illustrated
by the little ones and sung by Mrs.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr.; Mis. Hanney
Scott, and Mrs. Charles Cooper. Miss
do I'Artlguo's talents will ulbo bo
biought into icqulsltlon mid tho con
cert will bo rendered In tho drawing
room pf the Lowroy liumslon. Tho
vailous cominlttoes uio Included In
the following list:
Japanese Tea Garden Mrs. C. M.
Cooko, Mls3 Ileatilco Castle, Mis
Allco Cooko, Miss Irene Fisher, Miss
Nora Sturgeon, Misses Violet nnd Vera
Damon, Miss Jcsslu Kennedy, Mrz.
Icu Croam Tables Mrs. Wclla Pet
erson, Mrs. W. K. Drown, Madanio An
gus, Mlsa Jennlo Parko, Misses Mc
Stncker. Cako Stands Mrs. J. A. Oilman,
Miss Canlo Gllnmn, Mrs. II. E. Coo)i-
Mrs. Dickey's Eeception
A largo nnd brilliant reception
reception was given on Tuesday aft
ernoon by Mrs, Dlckoy nt her resi
dence on Nuuanu avenue. Those
who assisted Mrs. Dickey and MUs
Marv Alexander wcro Mrs. H. P.
llaldwln'. Mrs. J. P. Cooke, Mrs. Hen
ry Wnterhouse, Mrs. W. O. Smith
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs. W. D. Haiti
win, Mis. Andiow Fuller. The dell
clous lefreshments wero solved by
Misses Nelllo Alexander, Cordis
Walker, Graco Cooke, Violet and Vo
ru Damon, May and Agnes Alexan
der. Among tho guests who wero
constantly coming nnd going wcro
Mro. J. A. McCandless, Miss Mudge
McCandloss, Mis. K. W. Jordan, MrB.
Lee.), Mrs. Frank Atherton, MUs
Pluder, Mis. Fred. Carter, Mrs. ailn
liauni, Mis. A. F. Judd, Mis. Walter
From, Mrs. W. V. Hall, Mis. Wells
1 otoison, Mrs. Frank Damon, Mrs,
Clnrcnco Cooko, Mrs. Howard Hitch
cock, Mrs. Laura Wight, Miss Mar
garct Hopper, Mrs. F. J. Lowroy,
Mrs. .1. 0. Cartor, Mrs. J. Kennedy,
Mrs. Stangenwald, Miss Davis, MrB.
Pnike, Mrs. James Castle. Miss Anna
Paris, Mhs Knnpp, Mrs. Frank
Cooke, Mis. Andrews, Mrs. babbitt,
Mrs. H. Wnterhoubc, Miss Peck, Mrs.
LMwIn Hall, Miss Johnson, Miss
Sheehy, Mls3 Chnrlotto Hall, Mrs.
table, lavishly decorated with the
artistic polnscltla, looked most at
tractive and the place-enrds wcro
this same effectivo blossom. Tho
dinner fuvoYs were university caps,
which, of couise, wero nt once don
ned. Tho guests Included Mr. nnd
Mis. Itlclinrd Cooke, Misses Allco
llpdcmaiin, Carmen Clowe, Alice
Cooke, Ireno Fisher, Dorothy Hart
well, Violet Damon, Norn Stuigeon,
lUhcl Wilcox, Allco Drown, Mnrgar-
llrown, Harold Castle, Alex. Walker,
Catton, F. and A. Lowrey, Mllchell,
W. Grtenwell, D. Kennedy.
Mrs. Cox, n charming young wo
man, who Is a guest at the Alexan
der Young Hotel, gave a tea on
Thursday In tho loge, the roof gar
den being too wet for su':h festivi
ties. Pink carnations made the tea
table attractive and Mrs. Hawes and
Mls3 Nina Adams poured. Tho lion
of the afternoon was Mis. Hubert
Wilcox, Kiln Wheeler as she Is most
generally known, and tho Impres
sion she made was distinctly delight
ful. Dressed in pnlo mauve, her hat
at a most becoming angle, she had
all tho men and most of the women
about her. Mr. Itobcrt Wilcox also
lame In for a large share of attention
and pi oved a most agieenble mall.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilcox liavo taken a
bungalow at the ltoyal Hawaiian and
go oer to the Young for their meals,
l'hey expect to lemalii hero for a
month. Among tho guests woro ex
(lovcruor and Mis. Carter, Mrs. Gait,
Mr. and Mis. Grlnbnum, Mrs, Hos
mcr, Mr. Hosmer, Mr. anil Mrs.
Simpson (who sail for tho Coast In
tho Korea, much to the I egret of cv-
enhody), Mis. Ilumphrls, Doctor
Itlvers, Mis, Goodale, Governor Cleg
horn, Mrs. Cleghorn, Miss Nancy
Winston, Mr. Clifford Kimball, Mrs.
Ciimuilngs, Mr., Frear, undo of tho
Governor; lllshup Darnc3, and many
Among tho pleasurua of tho week
can bo Included the Symphony Con
cert at HlKiiop Hall, on Thuisday oven
Ing. Upon Mr. 11. Dodo great praise
can bo bestowed, for on his Indefatig
able energy rested tho success ot ono
of tho best concerts eer heard by
tho talented oichestra. Mr. K. Knhl,
and tho splendid chorus, alil.v conti Hi
nted to tho brilliancy of tho occasion.
Tho llrst number wob Auber's over-
turo "Hronzo Horso."
Following wcro tho features of tho
conceit, Including part songs:
(a) "A Itomanco" Mendelssohn
1. "O Fly With Mo"
2. "A Youth Onco Loved"
3. "Over Their Gravo"
(b) "In This Hour of Softened
Mis. K. Knhl, soprano, accompanied
by llerr Knhl, delighted with n Fianz
Curtl. "Am See," with (Into oblfcato
by Mr. C. S. Desky. Mr. Desky sup
prised and pleased his friends by tho
delicacy nnd truth of his rendition.
Mrs. Kohl's other song wrns c. Saint
Saens' "Cantabllo dor Kellla nus Sam
Eon mid Dellla."
Tho closing number was an nrches-
and tho Scherzo and trio, nllegro in pleasant affuir. Pink bcgonlns and
D Major, wero especially enjoynblo. maidenhair ferns most beautifully
The personnel of the orchestra and J decorated tho tnblo and tho hand-
of tho chorus follows: 1 natnted place-cards, with tho samo
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Mrs. lngalls. Dr. O. D. Wall, W. A.
I.ou and Hen- Knhl; iccond lollns,
Mrs. E. A. Hoss, Miss Hessic Hopper,
Miss Violet Damon and Dr. Mooro;
viola, II. L. Marx; 'cello, Dr. Carl Ra
mus j double bass, Messrs. Williams
and Vlerra; fluto. Chas. 8. Desky;
clarionet, Mr. Chadwlck; oboe, Messrs.
Kiinke and Ilechtel; organ, Geo.
Cooko; first cornet. G. J. Ilolsso; sec-
llowcr embellishing them,
There wero many dinners given rai om,t ncethoxen's Symphony No. 2.
piano, Mr. l'nlko.
Chorus. Sopranos, Mrs. C. II. Coop.
or. Mrs. S. H. Damon, Mrs. Alex. Llnd-
t.ay, Jr., Mrs. Williams Martin, Mrs.
K. A. MottSmlth, Mrs. II. M. Mm Holt.
Miss Waddlngton nnd Miss K. Ward;
contraltos, Miss Aylett, Miss Judd,
Mra. W. A. Kinney, Miss Ada Rhodes,
Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. C. S. Weight mid
Miss Wlnne; tenors, L. G. Dlackman,
C. Edmunds, P. J. Harwood, Arthur
Wall and Clnrcnco Waterman; basses,
D. Anderson, Wnltcr Ileakbane, A. J.
Dlnckinan. Itov. A. I
As n farewell function preceding her
departure Jauuaiy ad for Honolulu.
whero sho will remain for Bovernl
months, l'.lla Wheeler Wilcox was ten
dered a box parly and banquet, last
night, Mrs. Charles Wellington llano
acting ns hostess. Tho party consist
ed of Elln Wheeler Wilcox, her hus
band lcolicrt Marina Wilcox, Col. A.
W. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Drako Ituddy and Mrs. Charles Wei
llngton Hand. Tho party attended tho
Mason theater, witnessing tho "Tat
ooed Man" of Frank Daniels. An after
theater banquet was Berved in tho In
dian Mission grill ot tho Alexandria
hotel. Tho tublu occupied by the Hand
party was beautifully decorated, a
huge mass of moss fonts Bitting In tho
pi.niiir nt tho table. Wreaths of Ha
waiian flowers wero hung over the
backs of tho chairs and a Hawaiian
oichestra furnished music unronicio,
It Is announced that tho marriage
ot Miss Margaret Hydo-Smlth, tho
dnughter of Mrs. Eleanor Hyde
Smith, to Mr. Harold Dillingham of
Honolulu will bo celebrated on Mon
day evening, February 21, nt !)
o'clock, nt tho homo of tho bride, on
rillmore street. Miss uoriruue
Hydo-Smlth, tho bride's Bister, wilt
bo the maid of honor, and tho brides
maids will bo Miss Julln Langhorno,
Miss Ilcleno Irwin, Miss Mary Keen
cy and Ml" Marlon Nowhall. Mr.
Waltor Dillingham, tho brldegroom'3
hi other, will bo tho best man. Thero
will ,bo no ushers. San Francisco
Tho engagement has been announc
ed ot Miss Eleanor Jones ot San Hn
faol to Mr.flobort Hind of Honolulu.
Their wedding will bo celebrated nt
St. Pauls 'Church, San Hafael, on
Wednesday, February 12, and Mr.
Hind-find his orldo will go afterwards
to Ililnolulu to make their homo.
San Francisco Argonaut.
Among tho luncheons of tho week
tho elaborate ono given ny iuiss i.u
ens nnd MUs lllalr In tho prlvato
dlnlng-room of tho Aloxnirdcr You.nj
wero souvenirs ot beauty. Among
the guests wero Mrs. Kcstnrlck, Mrs.
Potwinc, Miss Potwlne, Mrs. Rhodes,
Mrs. E. M. Watson, Mrs. Lowton
Ilraln, Mrs. Watcrhousc, Mrs. Doug
Ins, Mrs. Whltchouse, Mik. Howard
Tho prizes which Mrs. Cunha gave
at her bridge tea on Tuesday, in hon
or of Mrs. Fife, were hohemlan glass
scent bottles, nnd Mrs. Richardson,
Mrs. Whltehouse, Princess Kawniia
tiaka.i and Mrs. Sachs wcro tho for
tunate winners. The other guests
included Mrs. C. A. llrown, Mrs. Ila
I'hcldcr, Mrs. S. Parker, Mrs. Lucas,
Mis. Hagcns, Mrs. Harry Muriny.
Tea uud chit-chat ended a very pleas
Cards have been recolvcd as fol
lows: Mis. Watcrhouso requests your
company nt tho marrlago of her
daughter, Elizabeth Mary with Mr.
Ibinay Donald Stubbs at St. Mary
Magdalene's Chinch, Paddlngton
(near Westboiirno Squaro), on Wed
nesday, Jan. lCth, l'JOS, nt 2 o'clock.
C Paddlngton Road, St. Stephens'
Tho Mardl Gras will bo held at tho
Market Iiaco on tho evening of March
3rd, and tho boxes are selling rapidly.
Among tho boxholdcrs nro Mrs. S.
Parker, Princess Knwanannkon, Mr.
Schaofer. Tho Pilneo has already
been choson, but It Is yet n groat bcc
let. There nro to bo many specialties
Introduced and tho evening will ho
gayer than over before.
Doctor nnd Mrs. Stubbs woro given
n largo reception dlicctly after tho
reiemony ut tho'' residence of tho
bride's mother, Mrs. Wnterhouse, In
Mrs. Hermann Fockn, was nn ar
rival In tho Mongolia after an ab
lenio of many months In Europe. Sho
is looking very much Improved In
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Rico, who
culmlr ferns which lavishly adorn- genial Executive und his chuiiulug Ernest Ross, Mrs. Alonzo Gartley, Mis. last evening provlous to tuo ball, and The LatgUotto movement in A Major Kotol on Wednesday was a very
havo beon nwny on their honeymoon,
came In by tho Mongolia. They sail
ed for their homo on Knual on Thurs
day, Dr. Rivers, hoforo Balling In tho Ko
ica, spent sovoral days with tho Low-tou-llruins
nt their .Mnnoa resldcnco,
Thov wnro at tho samo university In
Mr. nnd Mrs. Grlnbnum entoitaln
cd at dinner in honor of Captain and
Mrs, Andiow Fuller on Monday even
ing at tho Alcxnnder Young Hotel,
Doctor L. E. Cofer was also an ar
llval In the Mongolia and Mrs. Geo.
Rodlek wns a returning pasbenger,
after n long absence nbiond.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Strong nro
guests of ex-Governor nnd Mrs. Geo.
It. Carter. Mr. Strong Is Mrs. Car
, 1 !.-.