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nvnS'iNO tutmxtin, Honolulu, t. h., Saturday, Nov. 20, 1000. J
Holiday Goods Are Pouring In
The best indication of the approaching Holiday Season can be seen at this stoic, where thousands and thousands of staples and novilics suitable m Christmas Rifts
nic bciiiR opened daily and put on dhsplay. It will pay you to visit the Sachs' Stoic. -
Don't overlook the specials featured each week. They nre money.savcrs,
ft' ORDERS. 1
1 HEY Will
itR RECEIVE V
. OUR-' V
Just opened an elccant line of
BOXED PAPER AND ENVELOPES
In fancy boxes, holly covered boxes specially put up for Christmas pres
ents. Unique shapes that will appeal to you at prices that will please
y0"' CHILDREN'S PAPER AND ENVELOPES
In fancy holly boxes at IB1 a box.
CHILDREN'S MOTHER GOOSE PAPER
Put up in pretty boxes, 1230 a box.
FANCY HOLLY BOXES
Tilled with hieh-erade cormuondcncc paper and envelopes, at
200, i!5, aOc4, y5, SO, a box.
In pretv designs and colorings, filled with high-giade paper and
envelopes, 25c. ilSe, fiOt upward.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
For Theater and Evening Wear.
CHIFFON CREPE SCAItrS, hemstitched, beautiful floral designs,
delicate coloiings. $2.50 each.
SILK CREPE SCARFS, hemstitched, in beautiful Persian and Cash,
mere effects, at 94.25 each.
SILK SCARFS, heavy knotted fringe in delicate colors, i? LoO
HEMSTITCHED FLORAL SCARFS, delicate coloring, at J?l..
Fancy Empty Boxes
Covered with prettv hclly paper for packing Christmas presents,
several different sizes and shapes, at 5r, 10 and 12 l-2c each.
HUCKABACK ROLLER TOWELING
Special 5c a yd.
rev Trimming, 12 yard pieces.
20c pieces for 12 l-2 11 pc.
For Skirts .and Suits.
COc quality 12 l-2c a yd.
SILK STRIPED CHALLIE
Pretty Designs and Colorinps.
GOo quality .J5c a yd.
ay and Wednesday,
OLACE KID OLOVES
1G Button Lcmrth.
Colors, Black White and Tan.
$3.50 Gloves 2.00
WHITE NORMANDY LACES
With insertions to match, variety
15c Laces S$ a yard
Yard Wide, Soft Finish.
Special 10 a yard
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Port and Beretania Streets
The New Autumn Silks Are Beautiful
All favored weaves and colorincs will he found in our Silk Depait-
NEW PERSIAN AND DRESDEN SILKS, rich
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ana $!.; a yaru.
ELEGANT PLAID SILKS, in beautiful colorings, very
3a.ji n vara.
SATIN MESSALINE SILKS, in all leading colors, 85c and $1.00
NEW CRYSTAL SILKS, in evening shades and street wear, at
$1.25 a yard.
SILK DRESS PATTERNS, an elegant assortment of dress lengths
only, no duplicates.
SILK WAIST PATTERNS, handsome plaids, pietty Pcisian effects,
fancy Stripes and Figures.
Only One of a Kind.
Sale of Satin and Gros .Grain Ribbons
To close out balance of stock prices have been cut to 1-3. Colors:
Lavender, Nile and Dark Green, Yellow, Brown and Purple, in all
Go width at 2 l-2 a yarQ25c width at 10 i a yard
Sc width at . . 3 c a jard30c width at 12 1-2 a yard
10c widthrat -1 c a yard35c width at 15 ? a yard
15c width at C c a yard45c width at 10 l-2 a yard
20e width at 8 $ a yard . '
Doll Contest Now in Progress
Two handsome dolls, elegantly diesscd, will be given away. Get
our coupons nnd cast your votes for your favorite child.
12XT tliu order of orango bios- )oung gallnntB li.ul llici iipprci.icli In
boms will permeate the so- Iho blilp look Ilk" Pair) land. I'alins
tlal atmosphere, ami so- nnd ferns were scattered everjwhero
cletj's pace will !u tet to, . in fnct no expense was spared to make
mo rii)inmic swing 01 shvcti me cnieriainiiicni u succ-hk us il tcr-
tonid wedding bells, for ev- iiin was' The side rails of the gang Jot Miss Violet Damon, Most of tlio
Hcdemniiii mid Mrs. Alfred CitBtlo.
Miss Roth's Luncheon,
Thursday. Miss Allio Tenth gnui a
luncheon at the Pleasanton In honor
cry onu Is on the qui lvo way wero wrapicri with red, whlto and
over the approaching wedding or idnu IiuuIIiir, with led, whlto and lihio
Miss Violet Damon to Dr. I'utnnin r , electric lights poepliu nut After sup
kaii.il, which will tube placo at Cen-' j.cr t)0 dancing was lehiiined nnd tlio
trnl Union Chinch, on November tho.put) illd not disband until after two
twent)-thlrd, at eight o'clock. Por 1 1 u, nmrnltig Mrs George I) ivies
the past few weeks tlio debutantes , lookfil hnnrihonie In a light bine crcno
have tuKen u setoml plate, for Inter
est lias beim focused on the bilde
elects, but be It tald of them, that
they li.ie taken their temporary
side-tracking most gracefully and
)lelricd the center of attention, for
the tlinu belli);, to their older friends.
Dance on H. M. S. Bedford.
One of Iho most elaborate entertain
ments ever given In Honolulu was
the dance rUcii Monday evening
aboard II. JI.'S. lledfoid. Tlio Knslli-h
olllcers most certainly understand the
lilt of entertaining for thoy left noth
ItiK uudono that would Insure the com
fort of their guests. The dance took
place, on tlio quarter dfcck, which was
brilliantly Illuminated und decorated
for the occasion A most iinlquo dec
oration was a canopy of Hugs of manv
nations. Tho sides of tlio quarteideck
wore cnclosod with flags and pennants,
whllo cosy tctc-nteto nooks wero nr
, ranged all oor tho ship, which ap
pealed strongly to tho jnungcr set
llnnglng baskets of mnlden hair nnd
baskets of roses, swung by feathery us
paragus vine. Intertwined with pink
tiillo, were luing oer tho heads of tho
dancers Just high enouglf not to Inter
fere with the glancing, but giving n
pretty effect, while cholco palms and
rur ferns mado an eftectUo hack,
ground of green Much merriment
was occasioned, when approaching tho
blilp, the guests ftmnd stationed at tho
foot of tho gangway, a dummy, en
ensed In a dUor's suit, tiny electric
light bulbs wero used for ojes, glng
fr weird effect Tied around this figure
'was a placard, which lead "Aloha look
f' out for tho steps" Tho singing liojs
wero siuuoneii ucninii a screen or
v palms, and thoy pl.oed until a lato
hour, Supper wiis sen oil at small
bles, which wcio decorated lu pink
nd eren, pretty pink faors wtfio
found at each pluco. After btippor
many brilliant and witty speeches wero
made, which were heartily receive) by
those present. Nono of tho olIlccrH
wero married. It was it peculiar co
Incidence that not oven one of I hem
was a Ileiicdlck. The lledfoid is
called tho "nacliOldl'"'ShIr,,"Pf tho
with BllU'i- trimmings Mrs .ItuuoH
Wilder woio a hcllniiopu satin. Mis.
Collins looked beautiful lu a pilncess
empire of pink chiffon embroidered lu
d irker similes of pink. Mrs Colllim
li one of the prettiest women In Ho
nolulu and this exquisite Trench ere
ntlon cnh'inced hrr blonde tyio of
beauty. Mrs. I'orstcr, wlfo of tin
HrltMi Consul, wore a handsomo
spangled net. Miss Josephine McClcl
Ian wore a whlto bilk crepe. Mrs. Sid
ney llallou wife of Judge llillnu, was
n picture In white satin, cut in tho lat
est mode, with corsage of pink roses.
Mrs. Allan lloltoniley wore a beautiful
white giwn with embellishments or
lice, Miss Helen Hough, of Stockton.
Cal, woie a figured pluk chiffon, trim
med In reul luce. Mis Gorrlt Wilder.
wlA) understands to perfection tho art
of dressing wore n joso spinglcd'not.
Mrs Watson wore a haiidsome croum
lace frock. Miss Hose McClellan wore
u pink satin frock. Owing to tho lack
of spaco this week, tho list of names
of tho Invited guestn eannot bo given,
but about 0110 hundred Honolulu so
duly folk wero piesent.
Miss Alice Hedeman's Luncheon.
Miss Alice Hcdcmann is entertain
ing In honor of Miss Violet Damon,
today, nt her WnlKIKI residence. Tho
nrfulr was u luncheon, oers woio
laid for twenty, tho guests being
buitcd at two lingo tables on tho sea
lannl, wlilih was comoited in a bow
er of pink mid gren. I'lnls ciriiit
tlons with maiden linlr fern, nntt
pink tullo ribbon bows ornamented
tlio table, while hnni) painted pliwo
1 aids tho worh of the Talr hostess
lent added boauty to tho nffalr. A-f-ler
lunehcoii, nil impromptu iiiubI
calo pioguim was rendered which
was extremely enjojablo. Those pio-e-nt
wero- Miss Alice Hedcnuin, Miss
Violet Damon, Miss Vein Dinion,
Mlbs lullo White, Miss Doioth) Mo
sher, Mlbs Jeshlu Kennedy, Miss VII
liiltulnu Teniioj, Miss Alien Hath,
Miss Ulsa Sclmorer, MIsb Nina Stur
KiHii. Miss Uinlly Itleo of Jviiual, Mlt
l'.il-boiia. .Miss Vlo'et Makio, Misu
llelma White, Miss It.. White, .Mln
Boatiico Castlo, Mliis Inuie Tishrr,
guests were the joiing lnalds, v. no
will bene ns bridal attendants nt tho
guest of honor's wedding. The table
dtioratlons of pink begonias nnd
iiialdcn linlr fern, were exquisite
The liiiuhtun was sened In tho prl
11te dining room, and only nitlllelal
light was used. The (olor schcino for
the luiieheon was pink, tho candles
wero shaded with peach blow plnU
shndes, which were ory bceomlng.
While pluco cards with hand painted
pink (lowers were found nt each
place Those present were: Miss
Alice lloth, Mlbs Violet Damon, Mrs.
Dulbenbeig, Mrs. CIIIToid II. High,
Miss Kifin Sturgeon, Miss llcatrlco
Castle, Miss Alice Hedemnn, Miss
Dorothy Mosher, Miss I'arbons, Miss
Vera Damon and Miss Kinllj Hke.
Mr. and Mm. Tied Damon gae n
luncheon, Monday, In honor of Miss
Dora SaundorK and her mothor, who
were thiough liasscngcrs on the Sl
borla. At tho luncheon, Mis. Satin
dp"s announced tho engagement of
her daughter Ui Hairy It. risher, a
ptonilncnt and weulthy clll engi
neer of Manila, l. I. Mr. FlHlier will
meet Mrs. Saunders, und her daugh
ter tn Yokohama, where the latter
will bo quietly married, tho young
foupK will spend a six weeks hniiu)
wns found nt each plac. Those pre
sent were: Mrs. Hi nest Mott-Snilth,
Mrs. ltenjamln Dillingham. Mis.
Henry Wutorhottsc, Mis. 12 V' Jor
dan, Mis. Andiew Puller, Mis I' C.
Jones, Mis. Hobeit l.owels and Mis.
W. O. Smith.
All fnslilnuahlo Honolulu will soon
bo talking nbout tho leinarkable expo
sition of l'nrls HatB at Dunn's Hut
Shop. Those hats, most of them h)
Joanne, weio selected in Tarls by
Mine, flerninluo nnd shipped In bond
tn Mrs. Dunn in Honolulu Iho first
genuine I'uils huts ccr bought here.
Those few who hae had :i msp nt
them li.no been amazed tn sio how
much art run be put Into millinery and
nt tho oilglnnllty of the conceits so
d.ilntllj pfvssed by the Paris mil
liners. . ,
All of the h its. nrq simple. No ner
trending of trimming; no sh. lining
with ugl) Hues In an enileaMir (o get
toiiuthlug original The lem likable
thing about them Is that they me so
simple, jet so decidedly fascinating
They show how true U Is that the art
ist and not tho materials make tho
I cautlfiil creation
Some of the huts me of oh'et dim
med with plumes but such plumes as
wpre neer seen before lu Honolulu
Some are tn fur felt and the whole hat
ns light as a single feather. Others
mo In silk nnd one little gem is com
jnsed entirely of patrol feathers A
view of these hats Is In Itself a lib
cm! education lu model n stales.
Iiesldcs the Paris hats, Mrs. Dunn
has it beautiful dlxphi) of nciich nov
elties that camo In tho snmo shipment.
Visitors welcome to bio the exhibition.
Mib. J. II. Warien of llorkeh'y ni
rived this week on tho Siberia for
her third visit to Honolulu and will
be tho house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
John Tronliolm Wnrnvu until the
first of December, when her, daugh
ter, Mrs. Prank heighten aibson or
Molokul conies to Honolulu for u
few mouths' stay, and will thon
upend sevoral months with Mr. nnd
Mis. Ulbson, Mrs. Wan en, Br., has
many friends lu Honolulu und will
ho at home Mondnjs In November nt
the home of her son nnd daughter nt
tho comer of' Kevvalo and l.unalllo
Ilolclwa was tho ohjeetlvo point
for a long procession of mntois Inst
Sunday. Our u dozen big ernes und
mini)- sniaii cais look iiow ii Jolly par
otid, by Mr. Iiclsor. who motored over
ami brought them back to town on
Miss Nora Still genu entertained
dellghtfull) Tuesday lit u liincheuii
given In hniioi of Mlbs Violet Da
mon, toveis welc laid 'for fouitcen
nnd the center ploco wns of jellow
chrysanthemums, nt each place was
found ii corsage bouquet of violets,
with tiny little c lipids nestling In
them, which wns verj appropriate,
canvliig out the prc-nuptlnl Idea.
After luncheon, nn Impromptu mu
bleulo wns tendered, which pioved
very entertaining to tho guests.
Those piesent were: MIbs Norn Stur
geon, Miss Violet Damon, Miss Alice
lledeman, Miss l'mlly Illee, Miss
Parsons, Miss Carolina lllvcn, Miss
Dorothy Mosher, Miss Vcrn Damon,
Miss Heart Iro Castle, JIIss Helen Al
exander, Miss Ktennor Wnterhousc,
Miss Mniguict Water house, Miss
Alice Itolh and Mrs. Charles Wilcox
Mrs, Charles llrynnt Cooper has
issued Invitntlon for n Tea to bo giv
en next Monday, fioni 'J to Ii o'clock.
This will he sti Icily a o)iug girls
leu, the only matrons that will bo
present will be Intimate friends of
the hostess, who will assist her on
One of the most unique, and one
of tho piettlest entertainments of the
week, was the dinner given Tuesday
evening, h Dr. und Mrs. Collins, who
cutci tallied In honor of the olllcers
of tho I toil ford. Tho dinner wus bcrv
ed in the private dining room of tho
Mo inn, which wns elabointely de
corated in potted plants ami palms,
lu the center of the table wus the
Cruiser ilcdford mado of exquisite
nhle bhootliig pnity, Sundav, In hon
or of Caplnln I'llhomy, who Is u
wnim friend of the Wllders. 1 he
part moloieil In the Counlr) Club
wheie u delicious hienkfast wns
served, after bienUfust the patty
iiiotmed own the I'nll. where some
very good sport lu hunting was In
dulged in, and well filled lings were
brought hack bj those Included. In
Miss Julie White fimu llostnn, u
niece of Mis, James II Castle Is visit
ing with Mrs. Allan While nt the
J. II. Castle's lestdcntn lit WulMkl.
Captain nnd Mis. Low, and Dr.
An Infernal (list view wns given ot
tho K-iu.il printings of Mr Olio Wix
In the drsv lug renin of I Id- Ali'umdcr
Yotlilg Hotel mi VWiIliefili) nfternnon,
Iron) lime until live n'llork bv Mrs
Alexander flllihrlst Hiiives Jr. who
vlslicd tho ri!iuc.l'(.is n.Mtr months
ngo nnd hi came nn enthusiastic ndiulr-ci-
of .Mr. Wlx'n exquisite water ioIois,
nnd Invited mill) lovers of art In see
them The dark giicn wnlls or the
room were ndmlrnbly adapted tn show
off the pletiues nnd the spicloiis ilpirt
tnent was comfortably filled Ihinugh
.nt the nfternnon. Mrs. Ilawca pie
scnleil -Mr. Wlx tn e,vtr)budy und Mm.
Charles Wel.inn Parks nlm nsslbted.
i,i,i,ii iiini .inn, i.ui,, unil 1l.t -, ,. ..... , , ....
mid Mrs. I.nno me oceiip)lnrf (l.-neral ' M" ",,,rlt w l,,Ior' (,"1,""' ,,rp,isc'l '"
D ivies' bungalow on Mt. Tantalus.
Colonel Schii)ler of the fit It Cuvnl
ry attended the Hop Saturday even
lug at tho Mo.itiu, nnd visited with
man) old filends who were in tin)
1 1 1 li Caviili).
Prlday afternoju, Captain Tnko
slilta I'litertiiliied nt Tea cm board
the cruiser Jdzuuio, In honor of Cap
tain nnd Mrs. Pourle, U. S. A. Mln
luturo silk American and Japanese
Hags vveie used ns fuors.
Mrs. Walter Prear, nnd llttlo
daughter Mnigairt me occiipjlng tho
Kunijle Siott.'s llungalow at Wat
MM, and will re-naln at the lieirli
until (lovernor Pienr letuins. Mr.
nnd .Mrs. Scott urn domiciled at (lot
crnor nnd Mis. Pi ear's home on Pit
Th in simy afternoon, Mrs. Alexan
der (I. Ilnvves Piitcitulned .it liinch
enn nt Sun Sonel, In honor of Mis.
('.ill Welters. The table was urtls
tlcally decorated with hot house
hovveis, und n dollelous luneheoii wna
..,,. !.,.. . . ....
i-'.ii.iik v unit! mill Jin in. lies in, imp i i. i. i..i. t ..
Miss, ttiuudiirs Is u tall willowy gill, there on Suiidn)8. Tho big hub nn
of the. kimii-blonde t5po. This charm- tlced wero H D. Tonny's now beven-
b, A. W. Car-
- ....-. .luiiuiT upu. mis ciiarin- iiceu wero 1; D. Tonn
lug girl has spent boverul winters In beater, Mis. Holloway
IlonoluJii. nnd during tint' time mado tci's, J. M. Dowsett's,
,. . n ii wmw, .miss Baunuers win rer's, Geo. Heclcley'n gray PacJiard,
maku u stunning bride, her wedding taking Mr. Geo. T. Doxler nndSur-
gown Is of whlto chiffon crepe, en ty mound tlio Island! J. P, Hngcn's,
train, with pem I trlinmlngs. In the who eiiteitnlned .nnl1 ,,i.n.,.Hn
Bummer, Mr. and Mrs. Plshor will
tnalio a yoar'B trip around tho world
people, nlso tho Ducks of San Pran-
Cisco. W. P Wilson had Manuel
Hols' car, and took n party by tho
way of the Pall. Of tho smnllei cars
wore J A. Kennedy's, Miss Hurt
well'B, George I, Jlrpwns, Pinnk
'Ihompsoirs, A, W. T. llottomloy'B,
Prank Jllchurrisoii's nnd Muistou
cniiipiieirs, mi with their pwnors
flit fflYVAfiK llitu mlnl.iiu.. nl.l u
lighted wl.i, tiny electric light bulbs i0""0! ""or. Il, H? 'V'H ? "' "' "m"s
which gave u most irieaslnir effect.
Iho placo cards wero "lako orfs" on
the guests who weio present nnd pio
Mik6d much meiilment; nftcr dinner
tho paity motoied thiough tho su
burbs and n most cnjojnblo ovonlne
Mrs. Noonnn wlio sailed on the
I.urllno. will Join her sister, MM
Alice Hustings In San Pranelsco, who
hns taken apaitmonta at the KIsorltn
for the winter. Their nephew Chnr
lle Hcibcrt and Ills friend Call Sehae
fer who nie undtr n pilvnto tutor,
huvo also ap.iitineyts ut tho i:soiitu.
Sunday evoiilng Doctor nnd Mrs
HolTinan eutet tallied nt dluoi at their
chin mliig bungalow, In honor of Mr.
Otto Wlx. The table was fiagiunt
in tut Hewers, thoso present woroj
Doctor und Mrs. Hoffman, Mi. and
MrB. Hnnebeig, Miss M)ru Angus
und Mis Otto Wlx,
Llcutonnnt Phil Sheridan of the
Gib. Cavaliy motorci) Into town Sat
urda) to gieet old fi lends, who wero
pusslns Ihinugh on the tiansport:
I.iculeii.uit Kheild.ui attended tlio
Hop S.iturd.i) evening ut the Sfonuii.
The James Wilders' Dinner.
Sfiturday evening, Mr, und Mrs.
James Wilder entertained Informal
ly nt their WnlklM icsldenio, In hoU.
or of several Olllcers of the Ilcdford.
APter tho dinner, Mr. nnd Mis. Wil
der and their guests attended the and fiemja.
nop at tho Moana Hotol. 1 i,
I Ocnrgo It. Carter nnd family spent
Mrs. Ernest Mott-Smith's Luncheon. ,ho wenli '',"1 l "-ilelwn. Mr. car
Tho violet luncheon given Prlday 'er was much pleased In tho Improve
by Mrs. Hi nest Mott-Smlth nt hor "lt't "f the golf links nnd mado sev
iMMtitlful home In Niiuauii Valloy. r"'l nmnds with Judge Mnhaulu.
Ufin mil.1i nn Invml 1, Mm .nta.ln rt Willi ttll.PS Cllli n ii.iefiliil . I.I.. In f .....
"" "" J---1 mu ."...iiu u. - -" i-i" riiuu in iiin.iiia, was in uio iiaturo of n fnio-
intlmato friends that weio pieioiit. " nuiuiwa touiso. Well, the guests piesent wero fileuda
'Iho luncheon was served nt ouo w, () showered hospitalities on
o'clock. The center piece of vlolots1 Mis J. J, ilelser nnri little girl, Oils attractive niiii.to
wero spent lir social chit-chat.
MIsb Scott, tho daughter of Major
und Mis. Scolt of the 11th Cavalry,
was the complimented guest ut u
dlnjter given nt tlio .Mo inn Hotol.
Saturday evening. Miss Scott is u
stunning glti of tlio brunette t)pe.
with largo brown e)es, and nut
brown linlr, nnd diesses to peifee
tiun. Miss Scott is mi old filend ot
the MUbes McClellan, daughters or
(leneral McClellan. At tho dinner
tho guest of honor, woro n pink sut
in messallne, cut In the? latest mode.
The' appointments of this dinner
which Included fouilecii BuestB, was
elnhointc, Ameileiin lleauty rosc
foimcd'tho ilecoiution, while pluk
favots help carry out tho color
scheme During dinner tho Hawaii
an Quintette Club plated, later tho
party adjourned mid partlcli nice In
Mr. Chmlcs Teaf, who nt ouo tlmo
was considered tlio llcait llrumniol ot
Honolulu, has now tuken up a per
manent tesldoiice ,n Sin Pinnclbcn,
mid nicitplus n prominent position
Mr unil Mih f.,,.,1, ii(. ,.,i, Miudseiis will lenvo shoitlv foi their
me piiinilueut Sati Piunelsco people, ,,"", "" Kauai, whoio they will
nnd who have been bojournlng nt the biel"1 "10 Christmas holldajs. Mnd
Monna Hotel, cave an elnlimut .tin. nm Knitdsen has tccontly purchased
tier Monday evening, prior to their " laS Peci less nulomobllo, the roads
iiBpaituro on the I.uillne. Mr. unit
Mis, llnek weio extensively esitei
tnitied dm lug tholr stny In Hpnn-
lulu, mid this dinner, clvini nt tho
was "exquisite, whllo corsage bou- let boverul du)H last week it Hu-
nlinlc ii.t.l. Il.n ......... .. nll..l..,l1nl,i,n n .. .1 ...... lnl...l ,l.. ...-I.) '
ai o oxeelleut on Knunl, nnd this
ltiigo nutniiiobllo will be greatly en
Jojod slghtbeeltiB ovor tlio Garden
A golf tournament on Thanksgiv
ing Diy nt the Country Club will
bo followed bj n illnnor nt tho Club
house, onjy ineinhuis of tho CJub,
Navy." Tho popular captain nnd thesolMrs. Samuel Ualdwlu, MrB. Joha twos J quota with tuo name card attached lelvvn, and weio ioincd for tho week.' Mrs. dorrlt' Wilder eavo an enjoy- nml their invited guests will partlcl
"A r . '' 'i w " 1 ijWfmiiiffOTrgiWFtlWi
n hand mado lingerie frock and becom
ing hat. assisted by Mrs. Jnmes Jurid
In a smart frock of mode hrrhviis.
imuiori punch Jilbt outside the inaul.,i
door. .Mrs. Alexander I.lndsny snug
bejiillfull) ncroiup tilled lij M'rs. Ten
ny Peck. They weie both exquisite I)
drcbsed Theto weio miny chaiiiilng
diesses worn. MrB. Huvves was In n
hand embroidered jellovv crepe, and,
her black linlr wns braided In jcllnw
ribbon in a becoming fashion. .Mrs.
C W. 0. Deorlng wore u con of dark
bluo ovor n lovely frock and her hit
covered Willi whlto pinnies, was stint
nlng. Mrs. Krancls Swniuy looked
well In whlto nnd Mrs Park's pink em
pire of soft satin stilled her perfocllv
Mrs. llees was (-harming lu n whlto
ptlncers. Thu only Ilornl oriiniuint
wns n large bouquet of dirk red und
old ioso c it nation, on the piano, and
tho asparagus forns drooping guico
fully over tho side. Among -those com
lug and going tliroii'riinut the iiftc-ninon
weio Keen Ju lgo nnd .Mrs Sanfiird
II Dole, Captain and Mis. Iteei, Mrs
Pr.micls M (twniuy Mrs. !!. G. Wil
der, Mis Ropei, Mis. Kinney Mrs.
Dow ling. Mis. C. Hcdetnanii, Mr?.
Janii-B Wilder Mrr. 0. Wight, Mrs.
Mnry (limn. Mrf. Charles Wilder. Mrs.
Gardner Wilder uuri sister, Mis. Will
hums. Mrs. KincBt W.tleilioiipe, Mrs
Pied Wnteihouso Mrs. C. W. Case
Deerlng Mis. Spaldlii',', tho Mlssej
Spalding, Mr. nn,i Mrs, Chuiles Athoi
ton, Mr, and Mis. Hosnier, Mis V.
Kiiudseu, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dlo Knudsen.
Mr. nnd Mrs, raiilnglon Dr. ami Mi,
.lamer Jiidd, Mrn. 0. JI. D.iniun, Dr. ami
Mrs. Horfninnn. Judgo and Mib. Unrt.
Mrs. Allan lloltoniley, Mrs. Jonlnn tho
Misses Jilrdim, Mrs. H. Chinch. Mrs.
Kben Uiw. Mrs. Usbnurno, Mrs. A M.
Iliown, Mrs. MeStockor, MrB.U M.
Wal son, Mm Charles Cooper, Cnpliilu
nnd Mis. Waul, Mrs. WIiibIow, Jim
Kcknit, Mrs. 0 W It. Klu- j,8 Hai--cy
of Chlcngn. Miss Jessie Knuriminii
Mih Tenney Peck, Judgo nnd Mib.
Lindsay. Piorcssor DrlKham, Mis.
Lackland, Count do S, Cnnnvniio nr
Pinto. Captain P.xtnn, Col. Schujler'
Mr. Ilrure Cnrtwrlght Jr., Cnptalu ami
Mis. Wadnian. Ih-. JlcDotiahl and many
others. ' -! r
. The M)slle Older of Shrlnets,
eelebiateil this aftoinoou, l u
llieli hiuveiy, t was ,, BBllt Will til
looking ut. "Solomon nil i,s glory
was not mrnjed like ono of these."
Hie miiRle In llsolf was nn ntttne
Hon, tho cntuols, with their Oilon
al trappings mid hist hut not least
tho icpicsontntlves of this Temple,
woio u goodly sight a pagennt that
Slows moro ntttnetivo each c.u
Mr. I,, a. Thurston returned from
he Coast mi tho Slhoilu. November
While tho j s iie.ir,,,.,. wnH
l poll the Geoige Divles gave ll
series of (Illinois- In honor of the
Jhigte.-iitill't i SirtitMtHiax
'r'.riiii liWftlliitfill'ititMiiliMl itii'i iii t''''"iiiif!tnV?iMiri1iMi? J.xAii&iifitijMU . , -.v,
m u EOnlal Captain and his ofllcors.