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T. II, BATimDAY. JAN. 23, 1006 T. II., SATPRDAY, ITU. C, 1009.
Shirt Waist Sale
0pp. Catholic Church
A NEW I'NE OF SHIRT WAISTS 13
FOR UTILE MONEY. OT THE SALE
FINE MULL WA'SS:
Regular $4.G0; SALE PRICE $3.00
Regular $5.00; SALE PRICE $3.25
Regular $G,00; SALE PRICE $3.90
Regular $6.50; SALE PRICE $4.00
Regular $7.00; SALE PRICE $4.50
LADIES' BLACK -SILK JUMPERS:
Regular Price $0.00; Each Going
at . ,i $3.00
ON THE WATER HEADED TOWARD OUR
BEGINS MONDAY MORNING AT EIGHT
PRICES CUT IN HALF;
Black Taffeta Silk Waists J
Regular $ 0.00; SALE PRICE $3.00
Regular $ 9.00; SALE PRICE $4.50
Regular $10.00; SALE PR'CE $5.00
Regular $12.50; SALE PRICE $6.25
STOUT: WT. HAVEN'T THE BOOM FOR THEM. SO WE ARE GOING TO OIVE THE LATHES OF HONOLULU A CHANCE TO BUY SOMETHING REAL
O'CLOCK, NO GOODS SOLD AT SALE PRICE BEFORE THEN. EVERY ARTICLE 'N THE LINE MUST BE CLOSED OUT BEFORE THE WEEK END.
JAPANESE SILK WAISTS: i HALF THE REGULAR PRICE FOR
LOT No 1 SHIRT WAISTS in white and colors, regular price J5e
to $1.25 ... SALE PRICE 50c
LOT No. 2 In WHITE ONLY, regjlar at S1.00, $1.25, $1.50, and
$1.75 SALE PRICE 75c
LOT No. 3 In WHITE ONLY, regular $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25
. SALE PRICE $1.00
In Black and White
Regular $4.00; SALE PRICE $2.50
Regular $5.00; SALE PRICE $3.00
Regular $6.00; SALE PRICE $3.50
Regular $7.00; SALE PRICE $4.00
Regular $8.50; SALE PRICE $4.50
Regular $9.50; SALE PRICE $5.75
LACE WAISTS ECRU, White
Regular $ 0.00 WA'STS FOR $3.00
Regular $ 7.50 WAISTS FOR $3.75
Regular $ 8.00 WAISTS FOR $4.00
Regular $ 9.00 WAISTS FOR $4.50
Regular $12.00 WAISTS FOR $6.00
Special Sale of English Long; Cloth on Monday Only
QUALITY UNEQUALED FOR LADIES' FINE UNDERWEAR. THE PRICE IS ALL RIGHT FOR THE CUSTOMER BUT BAD FOR THE SELLER:
Premier Quality, 30 inches long.jrcgjlar $1.50 a piece.
31 'nehes Wide in 12-Yard Pieces, $1.75
, . $2.00
I .-1 $2.25 .
SALE PRICE $1.20
SALE PRICE $1.35
SALE PRICE $1.45
SALE PRICE $1.75
VICTORIA LAWN 10 Yards in a piece. Reg. $1.00 SALE COo
INDIA LINON Extra Fine Quality, Regular Price 20c per yard
SALE PRICE 12V2c a yard
INDIAN HEAD COTTON 33 inches wide, soft finish 10c a yard
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Tl!i: most brilliant function of tlio
car tho University Club ball -
I took jilurc last evening, and It
was a successful affnlr, well man
nged mid arranged. As 0110 entered
tho flower-bedecked arbor and wend
ed one's way to tho reception conl-
lur It ncemcd n erltnblo fairyland,
i dainty unci exquisite were the dec
orations. Prom the arbor hunt;
bunches of innuvc wlstorln nnd long
wreaths of ferns nnd mailo wcro
Htrung ncross from entrance to en
trance. Tho receiving committee con
lifted of Justice, Ilnlloti assisted by
Mrs. Wnltor Prcar, wife of the Gov
crnor of Hawaii; iiv. Dunning, wife
of JIuJnr Dunning, V. 8. A ; Mrs. Pos
ter, wire qf Major Postor of tho
Plfth Cavalry; Mrs. Mott-Smlth, Mrs.
Alonzo Oartley, Mrs. Clarence Cuokc.
Mrs. Henry i; Cooper. Illno and
white, violets wcro worn by tho re
ceiving party, tho colors of tho Club.
Tho limals, strung with ferns nnd
mallo whlih formed the celling, also
mndo nn artistic effect, and In tho
ball-rooms tho walls and ceilings worn
entirely hlddon by pink bunting, on
tho surface of which tho pennants
of tho colleges wcro effective, (lre.it
pink bells surrounded tho electric
chaudellerH and smaller ones subdued
tho light Into a Joy to every fair
suest, for it was most hemming.
Wreaths, ferns, and malic wero
strung ncross doors and windows, and
tho fern wreaths looked well against
tho background of pink. Tho pan
els boro tho University Club mono
gram, mill this was en evidence ev
er whore It looked odd to boo Har
vard ngnlnst a blue, pennant, but that
was 11 small matter, and tho Harvard
Ites least of all seemed to cure. Chi
nese lanterns mndo an artistic light
on tho Iannis and tho same uilur
ecliomo of gicen and pink prevailed
throughout tho decorations. Tiro col
ors of tho Club, blue and white, woto
perfectly blended In detail. To Ma
Jor and Mrs Wudhnins ouo can feel
grateful for the beautiful decorations,
for time nnd tiouble weie nothing
to them, They nut only worked with
7cal but asked their friends to help
Ihoni, Tho bower at Ihu side of
the entinnco was well patronized
throughout tho evening, a dry punch
being served. Punch and lemonade
wcro wcro partaken of fiom a Bide
tnblo on tho lanal anil a delicious
supper seived at cloven. Tho llttlo
tobies woio arranged In tho dining
looms of tho club-house nnd very sn
vory they looked to the hungr and
ITho ltojnl Hawaiian Hand, led l
Captain Ilergor, played nrillliintl), nl
ternitltiK with the sweet music nf Mr
Knnl's oichestrn. A bunking of ferns
ond gi cens hid tho musicians, who
found gicnt form with tho strangers
Tho- cotillon begun nbout clovon
thirty nnd the two figures wero dnnc
cd light man II), thero bolng moro
life and energy displayed than In foi
mer jears. Great credit for this can
be bestowed upon tho lender, Mr. A.
L, C Atkinson, vho possesses charm
ing t.oclal qualities Miss Margaret
Castle, his fair paitner. was also In
ver) good Mini, The llrst set was
chosen representing men of each col
lege, nlthougli many wcro nbsent.
their college pennants were observed
'about the room Among those vvlio
danced In tho first set vvcio Mr. and
'Mrs Prosscr, Mr. and Mrs. Iluvvllns,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Watson, Mnjor
nnd Mrs, Wiidhnms, Captain and Mis.
Moses, Captain and Mrs, Palls, Mr.
and Mrs. George Duv les, Mr. Clarence
Cooke and Kirs, Patterson, Mr. 111
Mrs, Eric Knudson, Judge and Mis.
Whitney, Miss Illrney, Miss Allco
Cooke, Miss llcntrlco Castle, Mr. Wil
liam Williamson, Mr. Will Uoth, Mr.
Harold Castle, Mr. David Anderson.
The flrct was tho ling figure, college
tolors, very pietty and graceful. Tho
second figure, the circle, mndo n plc-
tuie, for tho Joung women fneed out
ward mound tho circle nnd Joined
their partners by going In the oppo
site direction. Mrs. Mary (Jiinn su
perintended tho figures nnd lent her
enthusiasm nnd grace to tho scene
The spectnelo was very much admir
ed mid seemed to display the nttrnct-
iveness of Honolulu maids nnd ma-.
tions. There were so many hnnd-
soino tollo t's pio.icnt that It Is al
most Impossible In dccrlho them.
One of 1 lie most beautiful gowns
worn lit the ball was tlist of Mrn. C.
V. Cae-I)etlnc, who vvns In vvhlto
iiicliiu sal In, a tunic of real lace
with bands of liinlshcd sllvci and
copper o.iibioldery enhancing tho
c f:'oct A 10,'t-sllk ro"o of old point,
sllvor and topper, was' well placed,
(Uid biiuds of t'icse same colors en
circled tho po.fectl ilicsscd solffuie.
Her oinniuents wcro topazes nnd
diamond.!. Mrs, Eric Kniidscu wore
a handsome t'lllct'e of jellow satin.
Mrs Prnucls (I ly, Ciiponliagcn blue
antln. Mis. Waller Picar embrolil-1
cred whl 0 Mill Mis Paihs, wife of
Civil Engineer I'.iiki, vrliito satin.'
Mis. (IcnrcQ Divlc. blue nnd sllvei. I
... '- .. ..- . ... 1
ana uirnam ners. mvor nun vviuic. '
Mis. Haii Id nilllngliani, white Mrs.1
Wndhams, Pieiuh immIIoii a la (II-'
rectolic Miss llliiiey, vvhlto and!
gold Mis It'iv'itH, .vvhlto with'
touches of sllvci nu 1 Ul.k. Mis, Ed- j
ward rennet, I.l.'i lice ciochot over 1
white sat 11 7.1 rp llmlnrid Smith,!
pink thirfou. .Ml -is lleittlro Castle,
palo blue. Mm Allan Ilottomley,
blue silk. .Mrs. I.ewton-Ilrnln, white
biocnded satin Mis. A II. Robert
bou, Proiiih tioek of peach-colored
ciepe de chin nnd Inn "tMrs. f R.
Sliinle), black nnd silver spangled
net. Mrs. Vim out Kltcnt, black Lib-
city satin mid old point into Irs,
Puincls M. Bwnnry, n handsome toi
lette of white embroidered gienndlno
and old needlepoint lace, made dlfee
lolre. Mrs. Mott.Suilth. ilch black
I lock. Mis. E, M. Watson, plnlt dilf-l
foil Mis Andiow Puller, black and
white uepe do (hln Mrs Augur,
blue crepe iliiffou, Mis Elizabeth
Churt.li, pink chiffon, ."J is. II P.
Dillingham, black satin and duchesso
lace. Mis Dunning, pink satin. Mis,
PaYon Illshop, pink ciopa do chin.,
Mis. W. II Whltnes. vvhlto nnd gold
emplio froel, Mrs Henr Afong,
white and gold .Mrs Ernest Water
house, dlroctolro frock of soft pink
silk with polka dots of same color and
Old lace. Mrs. Rnnncy Scott, pink
satin. Mrs, M. M. Scott, black and
gold. Mrs. Cluis, Wilder, blue satin.
Mrs, Mnnsmrnt, vvhlto satin and chif
fon. Miss Chailotte Hall, btuo silk
mid lace Miss Alice Cooke, white.
Mrs. Moses, pink pins.. Miss (Iras,
pink chiffon. The Misses Spalding,
cream silk and white chiffon. Mrs.
Montrose Grnham, gray silk plnn over
gray satin. Mrs, Kate llarker, while
satin. Mrs. Rnlph Porstcr, white sat
in. Miss Ilrown, white chiffon Mrs.
Mary Gunn, pink satin. Mrs. Henry
Cooper, white satin. Mrs, Atkins,
black embroidered satin nnd old lace,
Miss Mao Klucgcl, pink satin dlicct
olre Miss Sanders, white, and many
others too numerous to mention
Among tho guests present were:
Mr. and Mrs, L, Abrnms, Mr. An
drew Adams, Mr. and Mrs. P. II. An
gus, Dr nnd Mrs George J. Augur,
Dr. Edward Armltage, Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. W. Atkinson, Dr and Mrs. Wnlter
It. Ilrlnckcrhoff, Miss Illrney, Miss
K. Iliirnliam, Mr. P. llatchclor, Mr.
and Mrs, E. P. Illshop, Mr. and Mrs.
,1 II, llriin, Miss llrjan, Miss C. May
Cannon. Mrs. E. 8. Ciinha. Mr, Harold
K. I,. Castle, Miss Margaret Castle,
Miss Allco Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
P. Cooko, Miss Niullno Center, Dr.
and Mrs. D. II. Currle, Mr. V. Cleg
horn, Mlsa Isabella MtCorrlstoa, Mr.
Robert McCoriistou, Mf. and Mrs, H.
O. Dllllnghnm, Mr. unit Mrs. II,' V.
Dillingham, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Da
vies, Mis. Dccoto, Major nnd Mrs. S.
W. Dunning, Miss Vera Damon, Mr,
unit Mrs C. W. Cnsc-Deerlng. Ilov.
nnd Mrs John I' Erdman, Mr. Ed
wards, Miss Iieno Plshor, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ralph O. E, Porstcr. Air. and
Mrs. .1. It. Gait, Mr. M M Grahnm.
Mr. and Mrs, A. Hartley, Miss Daljy
Gras, Miss II. Hawkei., Miss Harda
way, Mr Ralph 8 Ilosmer, Mr. Geo,
Herbert Ilosmer, Miss II. G Hall, Dr.
nnd .Mis James R. Jiidd, Miss Allro
O Kinney, Mr. G. G Kinney. I.t. Jno,
1' Kelly, Mr. nnd Mrs. Augustus P.
Knudsen, Miss May Klucgcl, Mr. and
Mrs. Eric A. Knudsen, Miss Claire
Kelly, Mr and Mrs. Clifford Kimball,
Mr, Pieilcrlck D. LowroyfTfr. nnd
Mrs. P J. Low-rey, Miss Ilnirlet I,u
cas, Mr. Charles Micas, Jr , Miss
Genevieve l.anglnn, Mr Alan J Low
ley, Mr Sherwood M. Lowroy, Judge
Alexander Lindsay, Jr, Dr, nnd Mis.
C. D. I.anghorne, Miss Emma Lyons,
Mr. und Mrs. II It. Macfarlane, Mr
and Mrs. Z. K. MjcrB, Dr. and Mrs
H, V. Murray, Miss Allco Macfarlane,
Miss Helen Mncfarlunc, Miss Lady
Macfarlane, Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs
Stanford E Moses, Mr. A. MacKlllOp,
Miss MacKlllop, Mr. and Mrs. Hiryat
I) Mead, Miss McAndrows, Dr, Dun-
lup Mooie, Miss Miner, Mr nnd Mrs.
J A, MiCnndlesH, Mr. J. M". MacKln
nun, Miss Mist, Mr It. E Mist, Miss
Mill V. Mooie, Mr and Mrs M. P.
Piosser, Miss Perkins, Mr R. Y. Per
kins, Lt Joseph A. Rogers, Mr', T. E
Robinson, Mr. nnd Mrs J. L. Robert
son, Miss Ethel Spalding, Mr, and
Mrs, K W Sutton, Miss AnnitTucker,
Air, and Mis II M von Holt, Mr
Dullfoid Whllnov, Major und Mrs E
E Winnlow, Mr A C Wheeler, Mr.
8 H Ware, Mr and Mrs Q P. Wil
der, Mr. und Mis, Arthur I Wall,
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Watson. Mr and
Mrs. W. D. Adams. Mr. Iloblilns II.
Anderson, Mrs. E. C. Atkins, Mr I).
W, Anderson, Mrs. Grace llakcr, Mr.
and Mrs. .1. K, Ilrown, Justice Sidney
M. Ilallou, Mr. and Mrs. Wlll.ud E.
Ilrown, Mr, M, It. Denton. Mr nnd
Mrs. A. W. T Ilottomloy, Miss Ilullcn,
Mr. and Mrs. Ila)inond C llruwn,
Mr. Charles T, Ileal, Mr. anil Mrs. L.
G, lllnckmnn, Mr. Kenneth Ilrown,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. G. llockus, Miss lrma
llallcntnc, Mrs. George T Cook,
Hon. nnd Mrs Wm. R. Castle. Mlsa
lleatrlcc Castle, Mr. V. I. Cnstlc.
Mrs. D. W Cook, Cnpt. nnd Mrs. J.
C. Cnstner, Mr. and Mrs. C II Cooke,
Mr. and Mrs C Montague Cooke. Jr.,
Mr. W. II. C. Campbell, Mr nnd Mrs
J. P. Cooke, Miss Grace Cooke, Mr.
nnd MVs. J, L. Cockburn, Mr and
Mrs. A. L. Cnstlc, Mr, nnd Mrs. C P.
Chllllngworth, Mrs. K. W. Cooke. Mr.
nnd Mis. A, X. Campbell, Miss Muilel
Campbell, Miss Virgil A Cain, Mr.
C. W. Ilaldwln, Mr. nnd Mrs J M.
Dowsctt, Mr. nnd Mrs. David A Dow-
sett, Mis. A. E Douglas, Miss Mario
Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. P, T Hilling
Lain, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. II. Damon, Miss
Dnnford, Mr. Walter P. Dllllnghnm,
Miss Abblo Dow, Mr. John C Evans,
Me, William C. Purer, Governor and
Mrs. Walter P. Prcar, Dr and Mrs.
P. P Prcar, Capt. and Mrs. W. G.
Pay. Miss Prccth, Mr. und Mrs. Geo,
II. Pa'rchlld, Mr. and Mrs Harold II.
Glffard, Mr, and Mrs. J A. Oilman,
Mr, and Mrs. John Guild. Mrs. Prun
its (lay, Dr. nnd Mrs M E. Gross
man, Miss Knthcrlne Hopper, Dr Ar
thur G. Hodglns, Dr. nnd Mrs. C. II
High, Lt. Charles !,. Hull, U S. A.:
Dr. Hugh Mitchell, Mr nnd Mrs
Richard Ivcrs, Mr. Gcorgo Isonbcrg,
Mr M. R. Jamlcson, Mr and Mrs,
William A. Kinney, Mr and Mrs. W,
A Lqve, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Living.
Bton, Mr. Chester Livingston, Mr,
Harold Lord, Mr. Edward II. Loomls,
Mr. Walter Love, Mr. and Mrs. James
II Love, Miss Sarah Lucas, Miss It
abetli Lowe ,Mrs. Walter Leeds, Mr.
rnd Mrs. J M. Monsarrnt, Mr. C. II
Merrlam, Mr. J. I), Mcinerny, Hon.
and Mrs. E. A. Mott-Smlth, Lt. J. 8,
McCleary. U. 8. A ; Miss Madgo Mc-
Candless, Miss Gcrtrudo Mcintosh, Dr,
J. T. McDonald, Mr. Vaughn Mc
Caughoy, Miss Ida G. M Donald, Lt
nnd Mrs. A. M. Pardee, Capt. and
Mrs, J, K. I'nrsons, Mr anil Mcs. E,
II. Paris, Mrs. P. J. Patterson, Mr,
and Mrs. M. Phillips, Mr and Mrs
E. E. Paxtoni Mr. Win C. Parko,
Miss Eunlro Pratt, Miss L. II. I'aty,
Mrs. Ashley II. Robertson, Capt, and
Mrs. M. N. Pnlls. .Mr. W P. Roth,
Hon. nnd Mis. W. T ftawllns, Mr.
and Mrs. It. R Itcldforil, Mr. Lesllo
V. Scott, Miss Mnrlon Siott, Miss
Allro Spalding. Mr. mid Mrs, Rnniio)
Scott, Mr, and Mrs, P M Swanzy,
Miss Elsa Sdiucfcr, Mrs Henry St
Gonr, Miss St Guar, Mr and Mrs, P
E, Stcero, Mr R, W. Shingle. Mr. and
Mrs Ilralnard II, Smith, Miss Allco
K. Thompson, Mr, Prnnk E Thomp
son, Miss Annls Van Nus, Capt. nnd
Mrs.,8, II. Wadliams. Hon and Mrs.
William L. Whitney, Miss Woodford,
Mr. It. E. Wright, Mr J W Wnldron,
Mr. Win, Williamson, Mr and Mis.
C, S. Wolght, Miss Dolores B. Wil
liams, Mr, Clarence Wateriiinn, Mr.
Wm. O. Wnlkcr, Prof and MrB. Ed
gar Wood, Mrs. Hubert Wood.
Of courso tho Elks wero successful.
Why shouldn't they be with tho ar
my of talont presented nt tho Opoin
llouso on Thursday and S.itiji ilay
ovenlng? Mrs. Mary Gunn, who ro
cltcd while her clever pupils did a
liurk-nnd-vvlug dance, uilltd forth 11
Blown of applause, and Sonny Cunlin
quite suipn8sed himself, so amusing
weio his antics mid so well did o
conduct tho orchestra Pur an even
ing of fun nnd mcirlmeut go to the
Elks and qu will be thoroughly re
warded for tho time, tumble, und ex
pense. Tho Inst uppenrance Is to
night. Tho pnuruiu w.1.1 " follows
Cv ei lure, ."Light Cuvali" . ...
. ... Honolulu Concert Onlicatr.v
(a) "Vlvu la Huliumla"
Prom The Chnpcrono lug Dr. and Mrs. Minghorno, nro well
(b) "AbMtilhc Prappo". . .from iknown Wnshlngtiinliiiis. Their cu
lt Happened In Noidla.id tertalnmcnts in tho gay capital nic
(c) "In Dear Hawaii" Justly noted for their sumptuousucss.
(d) "Let Music Sound" ' At tho toinlng-out ball of Mrs. Lnng-
from King Dodo horno given by her parents the dec
Id) "I Like You" 'orations, music, nnd supper were tho
fiom The Mnjor of Toklo tnlk of the town. Guests enmo over
t fl "Down In Jtineln Town'...- finm Vpw Ynrk und It was nil lnnti-
Tenor Solo, "I Am Yours Truly" Ingcd with the greatest tact and etc
(01,- n,.-t f- 1..J M...... ' .u -.. nrr ,.MA ..1.
(Sho-Gun) . .Mr. Itajmond Drown
End Song, "Ynnkeo Doodlo's Come
to Town" (Yankee Prince) ....
Mr Wm. Warren
Ilarltono Solo, "Moonbeams"
(l'l.i)lng the Ponies)
gnnre. Hr. apd Mrs (ion nro 0111
friends of the President-elect and
Mis. Taft They can onl rcmnln u
ftvv das longer, as their presence Is
desired In Washington at tho Innu
giirntlon. Mr. nnd Mrs, Doff have
Mr. C. Wnlcrman hnd dinners, teas, nnd lunches given
End Song, "Mother Hasn't Spoke to 'In thcti honor, and they hnve been
Puttier Since" Mr. Lnndo soclall) priimlncnt
Dass Solo, "Song of the Turnkey"
Mr. George Wniren
"Ocorglo Took Me Walking In
"Sho Dorrowed My Only Hus
band and Porgot To llrlng
"Wind Yourtclf Around Me. Deirlo".
Mr. Chester Hunni
Mrs Mason nnd little daughter of
Koh.tb, Hawaii, nro registered at the
Plcasanton Mr. and Mrs. Osgoo I, who
hnve. been guests nt tho Plcasanton for
several weeks, lire booked to sail for
tho Orient In tho Mongolia. Mrs Jen
tiess expects nlso to sail with them
lor tho Orient.
End Song. "My niiff-n-de-Ituff".. Mr. n.ilt gavo a lunrhion for her
Mr. Lugcnc Allen Km.pt, Mrs. llorehuni, on Monday, at
llurlesquo Song, "Ilaby Doll'.... s lilcla was present Mrs. P. M Swiinz
Mr. James Olsen ji,b flvi Walertioiise. Mrs Cooke,
Dig Noise, "Ilcrgcr's Hawaiian who is a guest at the Pleasunton, Mm.
Hand" Mr. E. Douthltt Goodale. Mrs. iloreliam sailed for Ha
Closing Chorus. The Entire Company wall on Prlday
(a) "Dear Old Yankee Land"
(b) "lainkcc Yankeo Hoys In 111 tie
(c) "Threo ChecrB for the II. P.
O. E. 010."
Orchrstra Selection, "Tho Teddy
.... Honolulu Concert Orchestra
Moving Picture, I.ocnl Scenes....
Hawaii's llarltonc, Solectcd
Mrs. Giorge Davles was tho hostess
nn Prlday at a tea nt The Dingle to
meet Mrs. Dime and Miss llltney.
Mr. Alexander (1. Havves Jr. was u
pasrenger on tho Mnunn Loa for Nna.
lehti, where he has a posltloii on the
Mrs. Cooke, of tho PIcasintftn. wil
tho hostess of n Biirflug mill lunrhion
Mr. Henry Clnrk party at tho Moana itrfel on Tucsdii.
Jnpanwo Iftc Song and Iluck and After thd rldo In tho bieakcrs, a de
Wing Dancing '. IIcIoiib Iiiiicheou was served. A largo
Mrs. Mary Gnun's Pupils round tnblo was used, tho conlor of
Curtain. which Is hoik w, being Kilo I with water
ic and n mlnlnturti surf boat ro'lp KVly
Mr. and Mrs. Goff, who nru visit- over tho expanse. This was liinheil
Mr and Mrs P U. lloer nro spend
ing n few da s nl tho volcano, and will
return to the Plcasanton on Saturday.
Mr and Mrs Hnrry Macfarlane gai
v dinner nt the Seasldo Hotel last
evening In honor of Miss Illrney, Ihu
private, dining mom being reserved for
I ho event. The table decorations wero
In red. nnd the greens contrasted woll
and wero arranged with nn artistic
touch which added much to tho effect.
Tho guests went on to the University
Club ball, and Included Mr nnd Mrn.
C W Case Decrlng Mr and Mrs.
George Davles. Dr an 1 Mrs Iiug
horno, Mr and Mrs S G Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs II. Smith. Mr nnd Mrs Rich
ard Ivors, Mr. and Mrs Gerrlt Wlhlei,
Mr and Mrs. Harold Dillingham, Miss
St Goar Miss Lav Miss Alice M"nc.
larfane, Mr Walter Dillingham, Mr.
Ancrlm, Mr Scales, Ml. Harold Cnstlo.
with sand, and cocoinut pilms and
grasses peeied forth from the rocks
and shells In a very natural manlier.
Souvenir surf hints were presented
each guest. The wcro Mrs. Robert
ton. Mrs. 8 G Wilder. Mrs. Ilodgt'n
Mrs Klckcls, Miss Cromwell, Miss Wil
liams, Miss Hodgis, Miss Stone. Mm.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Wnlerhouse am
entertaining at dinner this evening
nnd their Invited guests urn Major mid
Mrs. Wndhnms, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W.
Case. Dtciltu,. Dr. mid Mrs. Vincent
Collins, Mr nnd Mrs Ralph Porstcr,
Miss Gras. .Mrs. A. G Hnwes, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Atkinson also
entertained nt dinner lust ovenlng and
the' nlso took their guests to the ball.
Atnohg (ithcrr were Mr und Mrs. A. M.
Drown, Justice and Mrs. Wlldei.
General Davis, who bus been recent
ly nt IIron Springs, Is vcr much liu
proved In licn'ltli and will noon Join
his family In Honolulu
Eicfinngd tickets for "Allcu In Won
derland" nifty 'bo procured from Miss
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