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nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT, 2, 100.'
Opening Display of Fair Fashions
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New Fall Millinery
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 4th, 5th and 6th'
The very lateit styles in
Direct from New York. On: glance at the bold effect! in swell headwear ordained by the modiitea ''
wearing in the Fall and Winter season will satisfy you that there is nothing more to be desired either in
for originality or size. '
All the accepted shapes are here in SILK and FELT, in white black, and leading colors.
Everything that is correct for millinery building: Plumes, Birds, Wings, Aigrettes, Quills, etc Ele
gant Fins and Buckles. ,
'First Showing of 1 .
Ladies' New Fall Suits
Newest Materials ; Correct Styles
HEW WALKING SKIRTS in pleated effects, latest styles in leading colon.
NEW WHITE SERGE SKIRTS, in latest cut, stylish and dressy.
SOME OTHER NEW ARRIVALS
CRYSTAL SILKS, in all of the new shades. Very stylish, and one of New York's leaders.
DRESDEN SILK, all new patterns and colorings. Very dainty.
A large assortment of Silk Dress and Waist Patterns selected from the New York market.
BEAUTIFUL NEW TRIMMINGS, in Old Rose, Reseda, Navy, Copenhagen Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Tan,
Grey and Brown. Also all colon combined with gold.
NEW CRYSTAL BANBS, narrow, medium and wide. Beautiful for evening and reception gowns.
N. S, SACHS DRY
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
GOODS CO,, LTD.
Opposite Fire Station
SOCIAL CHATTER 3be HOME TALK
ONE of thexmost elaborately ar
ranged (unctions of its kind
was the reception given by
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder
at their beautiful homo In
Maklkl, Thursday afternoon,
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dut
!ton, who are leading for San Fran
cisco by tho Korea on Sunday, October
3rd, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macfar
lane, who aro leaving on October 11th
for Curoie, going by way of the Or
ient. A large lanal had been erected
on tho terrace; this was beautifully
decorated with palms, vines and hang
ing baskets; here the refreshments
were served and a bapd of Hawallans
sang old Hawaiian songs, during the
afternoon. Mrs. James Wilder and
Mrs. Alexander Campbell greeted the
Scbaefer, Miss Marlon Scott, Lieu-1 end Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Colonel
tenant Commander and Mrs. Chester
Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Hatch,
Colonel Hawcs, Miss Jessie Kaufmann,
Admiral Barry of the West Virginia,
General and Mrs. Edward Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph P. Cooke, Mr. lleln
rich von Holt, Captain Van'Vos of the
Dutch cruiser, Mr. Walter Dillingham,
Miss Harriet Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. Van
Schuyler, Judge and Mrs. Georgo
Woodduff, ftov. and Mrs. John Erd
man, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Drown,
Judge Arthur Wilder, Lieutenant Com
mander and Mrs. Tnylor, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Mott Smith.
brides, at Mrs. Sam Damon'a Wat- fornla. Mr. Wilder had been n great nkcu. They. plan to remain hero
Mr. Francis Moir Anderson anil tho receiving line, . The guest of hon- Thursday afternoon
Miss Lillian Margaret Pcntlmnn or wore a lace robe, with large plr- visiting with Senator Drown at Wat
Itcnssalacr, Commander Benson, Mr. were married last Saturday n.tjs the ture hat, Mrs. Arthur Alexander wa
and Mrs. F. W. Macfarlanc, Mr. and Hllo Tribune. The ceremony took clad in wnne siik, airs. r,ramau
Mrs. Charles Wilder, Captain and Mrs. Plac8 at high noon In tho Church of Baldwin, sister-in-law to the bride,
klkl home, the affair savored of a sufferer from rheumatism, prior to about a weclc. atltf which they will
lawn party,, the guests were recelv- his trip, but his many friends will go to Olna for tome tlmo. lino Tri
ed out of doors, and refreshments be glad to hear that he Is now en- bune. ,
were served .under tho beautiful hau joying tho best of health. 1
tree on the,bench. Mrs. Arthur Al- , Mr ami Mrs. Aliiert Talor enter-
exander, Mies Alexander, Mrs. Chas. ! Mrs. C. S. Holloway and Miss II. taincd at luncheon Tuesday, at their !nnd jj8S Taun'cr Tuesday evening,
Francisco. The tablo was most ar
tistic In roses and maiden hair, fern.
The Wnrdroom Officers of tho
Pennsylvania entertained in compli
ment of Mrs. Howe, Mrs. Qlassford
Daldwln and, Mrs. Erdman were In Kalna arrived from Walmca last artistic. Manna home, in honor of Mr. iw.nrrt ah In The nartv attended
,-and'are Inow Waller 0. Smith wlro left bh tltu ., K."t ilul inter In tbd'evenlng.
Alameda the following tin for Sou ' '
Wilbur, Mrs. Byron Balrd, Mrs. Card
ncr Wilder, Miss Barnes, Mr. and Mrs,
Alexander Campbell, Captain nnd Mrs,
Sturgls, Miss Violet Damon, MIsb Vera
thd Hnlv Annatlefl thin lielnir the whi-a nn axouIhIIa emnlrA sown of
first marriage which has been per-1 Bilk and lace, with picture hat of j
formed In that edifice. The bride lavender, Mrs. Dillingham served
was given away by Manager John . the punch, while petite Japanese
Damon.Mr.andMrs.J.Dowsett,Miss'Mn,,r of Onomea, the bridegroom's , ma ds n silk klmona. passed ices
Hedemann. Miss Mosher, Captain. unc'?8: M f 8 H'0"'? B8 "rldC8' and cakM-l'0vcr ffty guesU were
win,m, Mr H.mM p.n Mr nnrt mald. whe Alexander Fraser was present and an enjoyable afternoon
Wlnslow, Mr. Harold Castle, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanton, Mrs, Koonan, Dr. and ",., '."",
CUPRtR nfl thttV enmn Uliun thft lanal.lMra llnlwlv ni nn,l Mrs' Phnrloa . .. '
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best man. Her. Mr.
nnrl naf-nrlnH tliom tn thft flrnwlni?H
room, whero tho guests of honor and
their hostess received. TIiIb artistic
room was exquisitely dona In liu
France roses. Mrs. Wilder looked ex
tremely pretty in a muslin gown; this
toilette while simple was chic. Mrs.
Dutton woro an exquisitely embroid
ered French lingerie gown, and with
it a wonderful hat, laden with beauti
ful hvdrangeas'ln various tones of
blue. Mrs. Harry Macfarlano was
lovely In a gown of white Valenciennes
lace, over pink satin,; with this cos
tume she wore a most becoming
shirred tulle hat, trimmed with la
France roses. Mrs. Francis Swanzy
Vourcd coffee, Mrs. George B. Carter
presided at the tea table; the cham
pagne punch was served by Mrs. nich
ards Ivors and Mrs. Georgo Davlcs.
Miss Marlon Scott served the fruit j
punch. Tho following bevy of oung
girls, who assisted theso young mut
rons In serving refreshments, looked
most attractive In their fluffy i organ
dies and shower hats: MIbs Allco
' Hedemann, Miss Mosher, Miss Leslie
Wight, Miss Ella Wight, Miss Violet
Damon, Miss Vera Damon, Miss Beat
rice Castle, Miss Harriet Hatch. Thcro
were some perfectly lovely gowns
worn by tho ladles, and tho whole tor
raco looked like a beautiful flower gar
den. Tho following guests wcro pres
ent: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Forster Dut
ton, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Macfarlanc,
Governor and Mrs, Froar, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Swanzy, Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Ivers, Madamo Ivors, Mr. and Mrs.
Georgo II. Carter, Admiral and Mrs.
Uriel, Sobrce, Captain and Mrs, Corwln
P. Rccs, Mr. and Mrs, Goorgo Davles,
Captain Fltzherbert of t he British
cruiser Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Potter, MUscs Macfarlano, Mr. and
Mrs. James Wilder, Dr. and Mra.
James Judd, Mr. William 0. Irwin.
Prlnco and Princess Kalanlanaole, Mr.
apd Mrs. Faxon Rlohop, Mr. and Mrs.
S. 0. Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert At
kinson, Mrs. Oiinn, Mrs, Ralph rurstor,
Madam Frlque, Mllo. Gras, Mr, nnd
Mrs, John S. Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
ifralnord Smith. Dr. Hpdomann,,Mss
Margaret Walkor, Miss Agnes Walker.
Mr. Lansing Mizncr, Mr, Harold Dil
lingham, Mr. and Mrs. Rannoy Scott,
Captain Charles Rogers of the U. S. S.
Washington, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney M.
After the ceremony n luncheon was
Fenton-Smlth , was spent,
-A motoring party was made up of
Mr. and Mrs. Van Rensselaer, Mr.
n , V. . , ,1 V. enicd at the residence of Mrs.
Castle. Major, and Mrs. Wadhams. Mr. nr.nn.M ,fc..ti i, ..,.
Abrnm Lewis. Mr. and Mrs Oustav coupIe ,cf't for tne VoIcano whcr0 anj M Campbell and Bovcrai oth
ocnacier. ir. u.rKe ... cwei an. they will spend their honeymoon. i ers. Wednesday. The popular run to
I Halciwa being made, where a dell-
Alexander Tea. I clous luncheon was served, the party
Mrs. Arthur. Alexander and Miss returning to town late In tho after-
Dr. and Mrs. William Baldwin, Lieu- Agnes Alexander entertained Thura- noon.
tenant Commander Lelhcy, Mr. Cart- day In honor of Mrs. Charles Bald-j
w right, Mr. Bruce Cartwrlght, Jr., Mr. win, who Is one of the recent Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs: J.
Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Zlcg
meyer, Mr. Ralph Hosmer, Mr, and
'Mrs. Alonzo Gartlcy, Mr. Mcndenhall,
NAVY OFFICER WINS
ONE OF OUR FAIREST
photgraph is reproduced on
the society page today, of
MIbs Ethel F. Monsarrat
whoso engagement was an
nounced last evening to Lieu
tenant William Chauntng
Powers, U. 8. M. C. Tho announce
ment was made at a dinner given
by Ensign Furlong, In tho wardroom
of the U. S. S. Maryland, the ship on
which Lieutenant Powers Is station
ed, MIsa Monsarrat who Is a tall
willowy brunetto, Is considered one
of Honolulu's beauties, and Is a
great social favorite; tho brlde-clcct
returned, on the last trip of the
China, from a three months trip in
the north west, visiting the Seattle
Fair, and Canada, but spent most of
tho time with her mother, who Is ,
residing In Tacoma, Washington.
The dinner given Friday evening,
was beautiful In all Its appointments,
graceful roses decorated the table,
hand-painted place cards, with tiny
cuplds, designated the places; the
orchestra played during dinner, Mrs.
Zelgemoir wife of Lieutenant Com
mander Zelgemelr who Is a warm
personal friend of Miss Monsarrat
mado the announcement, which came
as a complote surprise to the guests
present. No decisive date has been
Knl fnr Dm weilriinir. but It will liro-
bably tnlto place In June; this po-1
pular voting ample are being show
ered with congratulations and good '
wishes by a host of friends. The I
guests present at tho engagement
dinner wore Miss Monsarrat, Lieu
tenant Commander and Mrs. Zelgc
nielr, Pa) master and Mrs. Irwin, En
sign and Mrs, Gtnssford, Mr. and
MISS ETHEL F. MONSARRAT.
II. Campbell, Miss Nelllo Mcl.aln.
Miss Marjorlo Frcoth and tho Ward
room Officers of tho U. S. S. Mnry-
Dallou, MIsa Schcefer, Miss ElsaJMrs. Henry Afong, Mr. and Mrs. W. land. f
Morton niggs entertained- at dinner,
In honor of Captain Mayo of the U.
S. S. California, the table was one
mass of red roses and ferns, silver
candle sticks, ornamented with red
silk, shades graced the table, while
beautiful hand-painted place cards,
carrying out the color scheme were
much admired. Those present wero
Mrs. Tauner of Washington, D. C,
MIsa Ruth Tauner, Paymaster and
Mrs. Hornberger, U. 8. N., Doctor
and Mrs. Field, U. S. N., Mr. Charles
McAvoy, Dr. Farenholt of tho Mary
land, Mr. Mcfnemy and Doctor
Parkcs, U. 8. N.
Mrs. Cooper, wife of Doctor
Charles Bryant Cooper, returned
homo on the Lurllne, after a Ave
months trip abroad, anil is being
welcomed home by a host of friends,
Airs, Coopor Is one otthe social lead
crs of Honolulu, and has been great
ly missed by. the smart set, during
her sojourn on the European contin
ent. Kx-Govcrnor Clcghorn and Mr.
Percy Clcghorn entertained at toa,
Tuesday, in honor of Mr. and. Mrs.
Campbell, of San Francisco, the tea
while informal was enjnvable; among
those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell,' Mrs. Tauner, Miss Ruth
Tauner, Miss Jessie Kaufman and
a number of others.
Misses Lily and May Williams left
for Laupahoehoo In tho Mauna Kea
last Friday. Tho continued overland
to Honokaa, where they will visit tholr
fathor, County Attorney Charles Wil
liams, who is staying at tho home of
his datiKhter. Mrs. Ovorend, during
his Illness. Tho Misses Williams vlan
to bo absent from Hllo two or throe
weeks. Hllo Tribune.
Mr. Oerrlt Wilder, ono of Hono
lulu's social favorites arrived
Thursday nn the Hvndes. nflur n
pleasant tojourn In Soijthej. Call-
The most wonderful musical instrument
the world" has ever seen
HE greatest step forward made in any musical instrument since
the advent of the Victor. 'There is no horn. The music comes
from a beautiful cabinet which is an ornament to any' draw-
ing room. ' All mechanical sounds are shut in .by a lid. "Where
does the musio come fromt" you ask. Beneath the lid of the Victrola
is a turntable on which is placed the Victor record. From there the
tone is carried through "the arm down to the sound board surface,
which amplifies and reflects it. The music comes through a little door
in the side of the cabinet.
A moment's inspection of the Victrola will convince you that it has
no equal. We will be pleased to show it and have it play for all visitors
at our store.
Bergstrom Music Go.,
Ltd., Odd Fellows' Bid., Fort near King .