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nVn.N'IN'O DULLRTIN, HONOLULU. T. It., S.YTt'HDAY, l)i:C. 3, 1910.
' at T
US. Charles Chllllngworlli on
lfl tortnlncd nt ton Friday at
I VI tcrnoon from 3 to ii In honor
I I of her llouse Boost. Jllos
Lewis of San I'rancUco.
This attracthc ulrl lias been
in these Islands leas than a month
but during tliat tlmo lias become a so
clal favorite and Is In a constant
whirl of gaiety. In fact she la enjoy
Inn the delights of Honolulu to such
an extent, that thcro is aomo talk
nbout her not returning on tho Wll
hclmlna It Is to bo honed that this
rumor Is true. Mrs. ChlllliiKWorth and
her guest of honor receled on tho
large Wulklkl lanal, tills eranda was
n bower of greenery, produced by
means of glgnntlc palms and tronlcal
jilants, with cnonnous hanging bas
kets or maiden hair ferns nnd lace
forns suspended ocrhend. Tho house
was bedecked with cut flowers, potted
palms wero also used and mado an
effectlvo Interior decoration,
Mrs. Chllllngnorth woro a white lln
gorlo, embroidered In a conventional
design, her guest of honor looked
stunning In a golden brown chiffon,
with a broad satin stripe, mado ocr
satin. This stunning frock was In
a hobble effect, tho hobblo was held
In place by a In nod bnnd of brown ci
vet. Tho upper part of the frock was
ornamented with a joke of baby Irish
crochet. The Imnless gao n cordial
welcome to a'.l of her guests nnd the
few thnt had not tho pleasure of meet-!
lng Miss Lewis, were duly presented.
One of tho charms of this entertain
ment was the keynote of Informality,
for Mrs. Chllllngworth understands
tho art of entertaining to perfection.!
On this occasion every detnll wns1
carried out to enhanco tho enjoyment j
of tho guests In fnct It was such a,
pleasant affair that tho giic-ats were'
loth to leae. Delicious refreshments I
conrlstlng of salads, sandwiches, Ices
nnd enko were served by pTetty Jnp-
aneso maids In dainty kimonos nnd
lirllllnnt mtnrpil nliln tililfti pnrn i '
foreign note to the affair. Delicious
punch was served in tbe music room.
During the afternoon an Impromptu
musical prograni was rendered; Miss
Whltncj s deep, sweet contralto was
heard. This ouiir girl snng sccral
Hawnllans airs, by request, for the
guest of honor Is so fond of Hawaii
an music. Miss Dwlght was accom
panied by Miss Lucas. Many beauti
ful gowns wero observed.
l'rlncess Knlanlannolc, wlfo of our
Delegato to Congress, wore a superb
toilette of black brocaded silk, em
broidered In gold, with a largo pic
ture hat; Miss Kdlth Williams was
clad In n stunning gown, one of Mnd
am Krecllng's models, who Is so fnm
our In Kuropo This gown was of
white, daintily embroidered, with the
corsage of maltose lace, and tho pin-j
els also of this rare lace. A Trench I
hat of black satin, with a long willow
blue plume, completed the costume!
Mrs. Adams of New York wore a'
black silk with n. deep band of black
satin nt tho bottom of tho skirt. Ame
rican Ilcauty 'roses wero worn In her
corsage, a largo plumed black olvet
hat, was" also worn. Miss Whiting
wore n frock of whlto lace, with a
large shower lint. Miss Clalro Wil
liams was clad In a Paris frock of
black Chantllly laco over satin, which
was very becoming, for Miss Wllllnms
Is a tall blonde, a handsomn black
turban was worn with this chlr cos
tume. Mrs. Hugo Heizer looked
chnrmlng in n white lingerie, cmbiold
ereil, with n white hat. trimmed with
a long blue plume. Miss Freotli look
ed extremely well In n champagno
colored s'lk; Mrs. William Campbell
was dainty and pretty In strawberry,
satin, tunic effect, with touches t
black, n becoming picture hat on the
rtcnibrundt oider war worn. Among
thoso present wcie: Mrs. Charles Chll-j
llngworlh. Miss Lowls. l'rlncess Kn
lanlnnanlo, Mlf.s Kulamann Ward,!
Mrs. Frederick Damon, Miss Clalro
Williams, Miss Kdlth Williams. Mrs.j
Uoblnson, Mrs. W. 11. Campbell, Mrs.
I). L Aui-tln, Mrs. A. 0. M. Robert
son. Mrs, i:il;nbolh Church, Miss Mar
Jorle Frecth, Mrs. J. C. . torenzoh, ,
Mrs. A. Adams, Mrs. Arthur DalFon,
Miss Kathleen Ward, Miss Hattio Lu-
Casf'Mlss Violet Mnkeo, Miss Annlo
win ii, Mrs. Harry Ilruns, Miss Kalo
Mclntyre, Miss 11. Dwlght, Mis. r. V.
Ilennett, Miss Irene Dixon, Miss Sara
Lucas, Miss liellc Mutch, Mrs. Hugo
Herzer. Mrs. William Willlnnison,
Mrs. 0. Smithies, .Mrs. II. E. Murray,
Mis. V. Hons, Miss Cullle Lucas, Mrs.
C. II. High. Miss Alice Itoth, .Miss
Lucy Ward. Miss Alice Macflirlane.
Miss Lady Macfarlane, Mrs. .1. D.
Dougherty, Mrs. I'. J. C. Hngens, Mrs,
A. 1. Taj lor, Mrs. .1. Owens, MIfs H.
Murray, Mrs. J. M. Itlggs, Mrs. L.
Whltehouso, Miss Mngglo Mclntyre
Mrs. Williams' Dinner.
I Moudaj owning. Mis. Clalro Wll
I Hams entertained nt dinner In honor
I of Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy Ponds and Mr.
! and .Mrs. llcnjamln Marks "Tin Wccb
ding." Covers wero arranged for
twehe, tho centerpiece was a largo
tin container filled with whlto car
nations. Tho plnce cards wero animal
tin cutters, representing, tigers, glr
nffsi zebras, cats, monkey, etc. In
tho center of tho cutters, was placed
the name of each guest. The brides
were seated "side by side" In front
of them wero pudding moldes. filled
with brides roses. At tho groom's
places wero arranged lels, dotted with
brides roses, Tho fnvors wero tin suit
ences, ornamented with white ribbons
Among those present wero Mrs. Wil
liams, Mr. nnd Mrs. I'nnd, Miss Cas
tle, Mrs. Necdhnm, Judgo nnd Mrs.
Weaver, Miss WllllnmR, Mr. and Mm.
Short and .Miss Kdlth Williams.
Reverend nnd Mrs Westervclt nro
building n new two story house nt
Wnlklkl. which will bo ready 'for oc
cupancy by tho last of February.
Major and Mrs Tlmberlake'a Dinner.
At their homo at Fort Ruger, Majjr
nnd Mrs. Tlmberlako entertained at!
dinner Trlday evening This nftalr w:h,
one of tho most enjoyable affairs of.
.(he Week, Although Major nmliMrs.j
Tlmberlako have been In Honolulu but I
a .short tlmo, they aro noted for their
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!j social calendar for the !!
tt Ml si K Fajwon Illshop's Dinner. St
SS Mr. nnd Mrs. .1 nines Kennedy's SS
tt Dinner. it
tt .Mr. nnd Mrs. Focko's Dinner. SS
SI Major and Mrs. Tlmbcrlnko's Din- SS
SS ncr. st
SS Mrs. Hngens' Dinner. tt
SS Dinner Aboard Thetis. tt
tt Mr. nnd Mrs. Klcliahn'n Dinner. SS
tt Mrs. Charles Chllllngworlh's Tea. SS
tt Miss Alice Cooper's Luncheon tt
tt Mr. nnd Mrs. Afoug's Dinner. SS
tt Miss Hoffman's Ten. St
SS Miss Robertson's llrldge. tt
tt Mrs. Fred Damon's Luncheon. tt
tt Mrs. Wllllnm's Dinner. SS
tt Mrs. Joseph Schwarl's Tea. SS
SS Mrs. Mills' Dinner. SS
SS Mrs. Colley's Progressive llrldge. SS
SS Mr. fleorgo Castle's Dinner. tt
tt Mis. K. Lord's Luncheon. SS
tt Doctor and Mrs Moore Knlertaln. tt
tt Mrs Coleman's Luncheon. SS
tt Mlssea Robertum's Luncheon. SS
tt Palolo Club's Social. SS
tt Punnboii Dance. SS
SS Ingnll's Recital. SS
tt Mrs, Murdock's Tea. tt
it .Mrs. W. M. ILildw In's Dinner. SS
tt Mrs. Robertson's Pol Luncheon, tt
tt Miss Cooper's Dinner. tt
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hospitality nnd beautiful entertain
ments. Tho decorations for their din
ners nro always unique nn.l beautiful,
Frlilaj's enteiUlnmcnt proved no ex
ception to the rule. In tho center of
tho cliculnr table, resting on n cen
terpiece of Cluncy lace, was n willow
lnsket containing Inrgo feathery, pink
chrjsnnthcmums, tho hnndlo of tho
basket wns tied with pink silk Illu
sion. At tho corners of tho tablo
wero candelabra containing candles;
with pink sllln f hades, fashioned to
represent chrysanthemums. Tho din
ner fnvors fpr.,tliv fair sex, wero large
hunches of pink chrysanthemums tied
with tulle of llio snmo shndc. Among
(hope picscnt nt tho dinner wero Ma
jor nnd Mrs, Tlmberlako. Dr. and
Mrs. Johnstone of Fort Shifter, Cain
tnln and Mrs. Marlx of the tl, S. -Mar
Ine Corps nnd others.
Mrs. E. Faxon Blchop's Dinner,
American lleauly roses ndorned the
tablo Thursdaj evening, who'll Mmi K.'
Faxon lllshop presided as hostess. On
this occasion, Mrs. F, J C-jIlnsensJ
wns i no Honored guest. covers wero
nrrnnged for ten. Among those pro'
cnt wore: Mrs. I!. Faxon IllshnpJ, Mrs
F. .1. C. Hngens, Mr. nnd Mrs. Freder
ick Klebahn, Mrs. Allco Drown,-Miss
Helen Alexander, Mr. F. A. Wnlker,
Mr. llnrry Whitney nnd Mr. 'Dunk
hafe. . 1 '
Mrs. Damon's Luncheon,
One of the cnjoynblo affairs of the
week, was the bridge luncheon given
Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Frcder
Ick Damon at her beautiful home on
Thurston avenue. This affair was giv
en In honor of Mrs, Maxwell and Mrs.
Decker of San Franclcco. These two
chnrmlng women nro lsltlng their
sister. Mrs. Frank Richardson, and
hnvo been tho Incentive for niimer
iui Roclnl functions. Tho decorations
for Wednesday's entertainment, wero
carried out In vlolcln. These frag'
rant flowers wero artistically arrange
ed in the drawing room, reception
hall, lannt and dining room. In this
latter room, tho tablo was literally
banked with long stemmed purple
ones, the luncheon fnvors wero Inrg1!
hunches of these sweet smelling flow
nfa Aflnr tinrtnlr Inir nt n ,1nlltmi.
I- "" ' " " " "
I repast, the hostess and her guests ad
Joiirncd to tho veranda overlooking tho
sea nnd devoted tho remainder of tho
afternoon to bridge. Among thoso
who enjojed Mrs, Frederick Dnnnn's
hospitality wero: Mrs. Decker and
Mrs. Mnxvvcll, Mrs. Frank Richard'
son, Mrs. F. J. C. Hagens, Mrs. James
Dougherty, Mrs. J. Motion Rlgg nnd
Mrs. H.-gcn's Dinner.
Tho "RC-it'er sex" wero Invited to
dinner. Tuesday evening, by Mrs. F
J. C. Hngens nt her homo In Knllhl
Yellow chrj'santhemuins ornamented
tho attractive dining room and din
lng table. This dinner was so Infor
mal, that place cards wero not utlllz
el After dinner n number of rub
beis of bridge wore enjojed. Among
thorp present wero Mrs. Ilagcns, Mrs
13, Fuxon lllshop, Mrs. Jnnies Dough
erty Mrs. Alice Ilrown. Miss Violet
Mnkeo Miss Allco Macfarlano, M'.ss
Helen Alexander and Miss Minn Her
ger. Lieut. Robinson's Dinner,
Violets ornamented tho dinner tablo
nt tho function given by Lieut. Rob-
luson on boiiid tho Thetis. Tho guests
wero Invlled for Wednesday evening,
tho repast was served nt seven o'clock.
On this occasion Lieut, nnd Mrs. Ross
Kingsbury wero the honored guests.
1110 favois for Hid women folk wcie
largo coisngu bouquets; tho place
cards were embossed In gold. Among
ihoso present rtt Ihlslcllghtful affair
Wore: Lieut, Roblltfbil,, Lieut und Jlrs
Ross v Kingsbury,, Mini, Wllhelmlila
TcnheXMlart Violet ilakee, Miss Mini
Rcrgei, Miss Muriel Hovintt. I)r, n
lesple, Mi Waller Kendnll, Lieut.
" " , -
Dr. and Mrs. Moore Entertain, ,
Doctor and Mrs. Monro entertain
ed In honcr of Mr. nnd Airs, Hen
Jamlii Marks and .Mr. and Mrs. l'or;y
Pond. These two couples nro Inti
mate friends, nnd wero married with
in two days of each other, ten years
ago, thus making tho nnntvers.iry of
their "tin wedding" como on Satur
day nnd Monday. Dr. and Mrs.
Moore woro aware of this fact so
decldej to havo n (clctirntlon for the
two couples on Monday evening
but decided to have It In tho nature
of a kurprlsc for the guests of hon
or. They wero Invited Informally,
for dinner. At the conclusion of the
repast, much to their surprlso forty
guests appealed on the scene laden
cd with nil Mrts of gifts, comprising
tnosters, tin pans, laddies, tin forks,
spoons, trays, wash heller, n tin Ico
cream freezer, large tin buckets, tin
miniature miltcnses, In fa-t every.
thing tmiiglnablo In tho lino of tin
ware, Perhaps ono of the most
Inughnhlo gifts was a. lei made of tin
tinsel nnd about two Inches apart
were plated unique' -'ornaments fnsh
loned out of tin, .K
Among the guests weio Mr. nnd
.Mrs. Percy Pond, Mr and .Mrs. Lovv
ley, Mr. and Mrs. M. !f. Prosser, Mr.
jrttil Mrgj-Joe BmcVMmf Mr. and Mrs.
Prlinths', Mr, nnaJlrs. Richards, Mr.
nnd Mix,1 Clarence Cooke, Mr. and
Mr,-Jofeph CoiiVe, Mrs, Clalro Wll
llnnis, Mrs. Ncedhiim, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Y. A. Ilovvcn,' Mr, 8penco Ilowen,
Mc. and Mrs. Howard Hitchcock, Mr.
find JI'ih. William Love, Mr. unil
Mrs. Short, Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodoro
Richards, Miss Clnlre, Mr. nnd Mrs.
llenjnmln Marks, Mies Kdlth Wll
llnms, nnd others,
I.t Robinson of tho U. S. Rcvcniio
Cutter Thetis was host at n tllnnor
on Wednesdny evening aboard tho
Thetis Dinner wns terved In courses.
Tho tnblo was decorated with small
electric lights covered with (lowers
nnd greenery. During dinner nil lights
were turned out except small lights
on tho tablo which mado a very pret
ty effect. After dinner thero was n
danco on the quarter deck. Tho affair
was chniieroncd by I.t. nnd Mrs.
Kingsbury Tho guests wc-o tho
Mlt.ses Wllhelmlnn Tenncy, Violet Mil
kee, Mln.1 Ucrger, Muriel Howett, Mr.
Walter Kendall, I.t. Pine. Dr. allies
pic, I.t. Robinson and I.t. nnd Mrs.
Etiwl 'k-UKJ J '
i avjg riMwrmnishnuiMimnii
Everybody Admires a (Beautiful Complexion
DR. T. FEUX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indispensable and Delightful
for Fashionable Women.
, A dally necessity for tho ladles' toilet
Whether nt homo or while traveling. It
protects the kln from Injurious effects
of tho element, elves a wonderfully ef
fcctlvo beauty to tho complexion. It Is n
iwneci non-sreasy xouei cream and pos
itively will not cmise or encournso tho
Rrowtu oi nair v men nil lanics snouii
KUard affulnt when setectltiff a toilet pre
paratlon. When dnnclnc. bowllmr or oth
er exertions heat tho skin, tt prevents a
Qoursud's Oriental Cream has been
nlRhly recommended by physicians, net
resscs. ulnpcrs nnd women of fashion for
over linlf ft cpnturv nnd ennnnt Iia ur-
passetl when preparing for dally or cven-
Plsenscs nnd relieves Sunburn.
Qauraud's Oriental Creim riirrfi RWin
Hemoves Tan, IMmptes, Ulnckhfnds, 'Moth
Iatches. Hash. KrecklM and Vulvar Itedncss, Yellow and Muddy Skin. Riving
n delicately clear and refined complexion which every woman desires.
No. 11 tor sale by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Fcrd. T. Hopkms. Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York
Sachs' Is the Christmas Store
"WTTTE are better prepared for Christmas than ever before. Every department is stocked with Novelties both useful and
ornamental. Shopping made easy at our store helpful hints that cannot fail to facilitate selections. We intend to make
our store Headquarters for Christmas Shopping by offering inducements that cannot fail to attract.
Trry useful, nlrclr Imxril nnd noil fitted, from :i.,c to fl.'.O, iireltllj decor
uted nnd lilted tilth Scissors, Tlilmble, Spool Cotton, Embroidery Tlireud,
In handsome leather nisei, fittings of the terj best quality, ttpletidlil mines
from $1.0(1 up.
HOLIDAY EKI)LE TASKS, from SSr up. .CHIlTOXXi: COVKHKI)
1I0XKS, Tery luilidsonie, for Corsets, (!loes, llnndkerclilefs, etr. Also III.
ted with drtiners from (i.'.c to .'.'. CllKTO.V.M: COVKHKI) WOItK
IIOXKS, In nil sizes mid Hhuiies, nt 90c, $ 1.00, $l.' nnd ifl-'.O eneh. I.miii.
drf.Ilnirs, Slioe-llnjrs, Work-llns, n irrent fnrlet) In unique mid fane) pat
terns t prices SOc, 7.-.C, $1.00, $1..',, $t.S0.
Unique Novelties in Our Art Departm't
riiuupple I'liiciisliloiis, Anlmnl l'lnriishlons, I'IHoh Hugs lu ureal tnrl
ety, Scrim embroidered plnciislilons, Uubberlzrd Tourist Sets, entered ivltli
l'erslan Silk, Scotch l'lnld, mid l'anej- Silks. -en Ideas lu l'llloii Tops.
The npproirlate "Honolulu" mid "Aloha" peiiumit In black mid Bold 00c
Gifts Suitable for Men
Handsome Ilniss Mounted Desk Sets lucluilluB Illnter, liiksnntd, l'aper
nelt?lits, etc Triple Slunini; Mirrors, Leather Triiiellln c.ises, IHIIiiks of
the best quality. Shining l'aper nlcel) done up In Jlolldii) enters.
The helllnir eient of the jenr bents nil previous records of
talue-clilni.'. Ill-til haiiil-maile Ilattenlieru- Scurfs, Squares, and
Centers In a larlel) of patterns mid sizes. Values nil fresh mid
crisp bin Ink' arrlied mIIIi our Inst coiislmiment of Knstern luer
chmidlse. (ioods nou on display lu our l'ort Street iilndons,
H.'i0 ml lies nlll be sold for 0'c each.
SALK HKdlXS .MONDAY .MOIt.MM!
In this department tie lire shonliu; sonic beautiful (roods sullalile for
Christmas (lifts, Hmid.Kmbroldered (Jrass Linen Table Cloths ulth .'-Inch
liemstllehed border, Linen Huckaback Ton els, scalloped cdKO mid hem
stitched In clt'irmit designs. Imported Irish Linen Tnblo Cloths, nil sizes
with nauklns (o match lu mch patterns nt the "Thistle," "Flenr-de-lls,"
"(Irnpe-tliie'' mid the lunch admired "Moire" design.
I'LKl.'Ci: C0MK01ITS for the cold neat her In l.aicndcr, llliie, Drab mid
prett) patterns, size ;x7S, at W.r.O each.
llcaullful Dlspl.i) of Dolts, dressed mid undressed, from 7Sc up.
French and Austrian Fans
A irrj choice selection In hand tinted and spanieled deslijiis from 25c to
IIIMUTirill, ,S1I,K KVKM.Vtl SUA HI'S, rich colorIiiBs , mid lVrIauP
IIAMl.SOMK LACK COMAIIS, JA1I0TS, DUTCH COI.l.VIIS nnd
HA.MS.l'AIM'KD 1011 ('ALKM)AHS at 50c each.
just opkm:d a.n 1:1
,i:iAvr mm: or
1I0XKD l'Al'KIt AMI
In fancj boxes, speelall) put up for Chilstiuas presents. .Unique shapes
tha villi appeal to jou at prices that nil I please. Children's Xurscrj
llh) me n riling paper, from l'5c up.
HOLIDAY I'.MIIIti:i,l, S for Lmlles and (Jentleineii, nen nnd ecluslic
stales In luindles. $1.50, $5.50, $(U0, m,M to $10.00.
LKATHKIt HAND llflS mid I'UKSKS. .A complete mid neiv ussort
ment, all the latest notellles nt quick selllnir prices from tile Incjcpcnslto
to Hie lerj elaborate.
Fine Line of Handkerchiefs
Children's plain and Initial handkerchiefs nllli colored borders lu
l'linc) lloxes, 25c nnd 35c per box.
Ladles' embroidered lnltl.il, hemstitched, real lace and lace edge, In
fun) boxes. .A terj choice selection.
Men's plain hemstitched mid Initial, In all qualities, also, u complete
stock of pure linen, plain mid crossbar, iinluiimlcrcd handkerchiefs for
Ladles and (leiitlcmen, Initials hund-embroldereil. .Ask to be ilioivn'thls
Hiicj the) are etrn line lnlue.
SACHS' DRY GOODS
FORT 'and BERET ANIA STREETS :'
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mt v. v c -ii- - . .,
OPP. FIRE STATION
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