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nvnNtNa iiullktin, Honolulu, t. n., satuiiday, nnc. 10, toio.
CT "X 9L m. W
fm OCIBTY will soon be on tiptoes
k of anticipation for the grand
function of tho new vcar,
J when on Washington's birth
i dny and on the evening pre
ceding that great national holiday the
KIkb will hold high carnival In tho
transformed iipaceg of the great Ala
ken' wharf. The mask ball which Is
to be a feature of the grand occasion
will certainly bo the social ovent of
1911, and the hundreds who graced
the function or last February In tho
sky pavilions of the Alexander Young
llolpl may be assured that tho com
ing event will bo oven greater If such
Is possible Last February, It will bo
remembered, the Ilcnevolcnt Protec
tive Order of Hlks launched tho car
nival Idea In all its attractions, mean
ing to make of the Idea such an an
nual event that Its reappearaneo
would bo looked for with the pleasure
born of tho assurance of a delightful
gathering at which society revels In
tHeT'fasclnntlon of the danco and tho
mystery of the mask.
The first mask ball of tho great,
csrnlval scries wn Indeed a success,
a.RUceem brought about by tho hearty
corporation of tho best people, tho
happy enthusiasm of nil who nttend
ei'l and tho patnstnklng arrangements'
of ,(ho untiring folks who were In
charge Tho Elks' carnival was heard
of 'and tnlkcd about In many parts
of (ho world. It was a credit tn Ho
nolulu society, a credit to tho Ilnno
lulrjJEIks and a pleasure to all who
had tho good fortune to bo present
both; at tho mask ball and In tho
midst of the numerous . unique and
entertaining features ami cxhlblta
which, kept tho populace In a stato of
elevated delight while tho grand show
Next year tho Elks will present,
carnival features which will outdo tho
last, for time teaches ways of belter-,
tnent nml the people, onco Introduc
ed to this splendid cclebiatlon, nat
urally exiiect and will receive an oven
greater demonstration of whnt ',ho
Elks can produce and of what local
society can show In tho way of a
turnout when given Ihc right oppor
tunity. The women of Honolulu had much
to do with the success of tho last
mask hall and tho same superior sex
may bo depended on to. throw their
blessed Inlluenco for the perfection
of the coming carnival. It Is well to
plan far uhcad In matters of such
pleasant moment. There arc costumes
to bo plotted and plans and specifica
tions should soon ho determined so
that tho millinery architects may set
to work to produce thoso nttractlvo
creations which so well set off tho
beauty of Honolulu. Next car's r.lks'
carnival will go down In Hawaiian
social history as n marvel of splen
did nrt, as tlio chief social ceremony
of tho year nml as a plcturo framed
in memory by a rainbow framo of liv
.Mr. and Mr. Teniie)' Dinner.
Ono of tho handsomest functions of
tho week was tho dinner given Tues
day evening by Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Tenney at their homo on Pcnsncola
street. This dinner was given In hon
or of Admiral and Mrs. Corwln I
Ilees. Covers were nrrnnged for
twelve. Tho entire tablo was dec
orated with purple orchids and lav
ender ribbon tulle. Tho ccntcr-plcco
was of growing orchids. Three or
four potn of theso flowers woro set
In u largo Jardiniere of benten brass.
Tho entlro center-piece wns veiled In
lavender tulle. Sprays of orchids nml
maidenhair fern were scattered ovcri
tho table. Tho dinner favors of tho
women folk were sprays of orchids.
Among Mr. nml Mrs. Tcnney's giiostH
wcro Admiral and Mrs. Com in 1'.
Hce3, Major and Mrs. Samuel Dun-'
iiIiir, Mrs. 11 Faxon lllshop, Mrs. Her-'
man Focke, Mr. and Mrs. Charles '
llrynnt Cooper, Mr. Hobron V.lkcr
and Mr. thick of San Francisco.
Mrs. l'njMin's Card l'nrtj. I
Mrs. l'ayson, wife of Lieutenant
Colonel P.iyson of the U. S. Army,'
gavo a delightful card party Thurs-1
dny afternoon at her homo on Urcen
street. Ilrldgo whist was thc'gnino '
chosen for tho entertainment of tho
guests. This party was onu of tho
most delightful affairs of tho week.
The score cards wero hand-painted
and tied with yellow satin ilbbou,.
and helped to carry out the lolor
scheme of yellow, for tho drawing
room, music and dining rooms wero
elaborately decorated with feathery
yellow chrjsathemums. The favors
for the afternoon were hand-woven
lnuhn fans, which wcro tho hand work
of tho hostess, llnch guest was pre
sented with ono of these tirtlstlc
souvenirs, Tho plnjlng commenced
shortly after two-thirty. Sin. l'nld
wln of Fort Shatter won tho tlrst
prlro, a beautiful book of poems. Tho
consolation, u Canton linen ccntcr
plcco embroidered In blue, was award
ed to Mrs. Neville, wlfo of Major
Neville of tho U. 8.- Marino Corps,
After the awnrdment of tho prizes do
llclous refreshments wcro served,
Theso refreshments woro very elab
orate and were In tho natures of n
three-course luncheon. On this oc
casion tho hostess looked charming
In n white embroidered lingerie, (rock,
with touches of blue, n blue1 xntln
bandeau being worn In tho hall, Mrs.
Charles Ilryant Cooper woro a heavy
pongee gown heavily embroidered
with a largo plcturo hat In tho pon
gco shade, trimmed with willow
tt u t n it :: :: :: :t tt :: :t tt tt
tt Mr. nml Mis. Tcnney's Dinner,
ti I'lcnlc at Ford's Island.
tt Mrs. Parson's Ilrldgo Party.
tt Mr. and Mm. Ilahhllfa Dinner.
tt Mrs, Thurston's Card Parly,
tt Mr. and Mrs, Fied Macfarlnno's St
tt Dinner. tt
n Major uml Mrs. Neville's Din- tt
:: uer t:
tt Judge ami Mr llallou's Dinner, tt
Jt Mrs. Doughertys llildgo Party, tt
:t Mrs Jaeger's ami Mrs. lt'ihln- St
tt son's Tea. Jt
tt Wednesday tlrldge Club. tt
St Muslcalo at J. It. Halt's. JJ
JJ Mrs. Watson's Luncheon. s:
JS Mrs. Lowrcy's Luncheon. SS
JJ Danco at Monn.i. SS
SS Dinner on U. S S. Ilurfalo. SS
tt Danco at Hail Tree. SS
St Mr. Jack Young's Dinner. SS
tt Mrs. ncnjamlu Mnrx'-nTra. JJ
JJ Mr. and Mrs. Itobcrt Atkinson's JJ
tt Dinner. JJ
JJ Major Hart's Luncheon. JJ
JS Judge nml Mrs Weaver's Dinner. SJ
SS Sewing Club at Miss McStocker's JJ
JJ Mrs. Klcbahn's Luncheon. tt(
JJ Art Exhibit of Mr. Wores nt JJ
JJ Young Hotel. JJ
JJ Mrs. It. It. Itqliltord's Card Party. JJ
JJ Captain and Mrs. Ilnmsej's Din- JJ
SS nor. JJ
JJ dipt, and Mrs. Marlx Luncheon. JJ
JJ JS SS SJ JS Jt JJ JS JJ JJ SS SJ JJ JS SS SS Jt
plumes. Mrs. Tlmbcrlakc, wlfo of
Major Tlmbcrlakc of Fort linger,
looked stunning In an embroidered
robe, with n tare .plcturo hat orna
mented with roses. Mrs. Frederick
llamney, wlfo of Captnln Itamsoy,
looked charming In n whlto llngero
over a slip of peach blow silk, u largo
black hat with n whlto pluiiio com
pleting this stunning costume. Mrs,
Charles Ilryant Cooper, woro n smart
two-piece suit of white broadcloth
with u turban of roses, Among (hose
present wcro Mrs. Pnyson, Mm.
Clinrle Ilryant Cooper, Mrs. Timber
lake, Mrs. Newly, Mrs. Novltlc, Mis.
Ilaldwln, Mir. Arthur M.irlx, Mrs
Frederick llamney, Miss Helen Noith
and Miss Kathcrlnc Stephens.
.Mr. Ileiij.imlii .Murv's Tea.
Friday nftcrnoon Mrs. Ilcnjamln
Marx entertained at ten from 4 to C.
With tho exception of her near rcl
nllvcs only neighbors wero Invited to
this affair. Tho house was exquisitely
decorated with roses and palms. Mrs,
Marx received with her two younger
sisters, tho Misses Wlltlnms, In tho
drawing room. Mrs. Mnrx was clad
In n beautifully embroidered lingerie.
Miss Williams wore u bluo satin hob
bio effect and veiled with black
chiffon. Miss Edith Williams woro u
beautiful hand-made lingerie, gown
trimmed with real laco. Ilefrcshments
wero served In tho dining room by
Japanese maids. About thlrty-llvo
guests wcro present.
Major and Mrs. ellle' Dinner
Yellow chrysanthemums ornament
ed tho table viien Major nml Mrs. Ne
ville of tho U. S. Marine Corps enter
tained Thursday evening In honor
of Captain nnd Mrs. Aithur Marlx.
After dinner tho guests played u num
ber of rubbers of bridge
.Mr. Tliiirslnn'K Card Parly.
Mrs. Uirrln Thurston was hostess
at n delightful card party Tuesday
afternoon, which wns given in honor
of her sister, Mrs. Pearson. Ttie
guest of honor will leave next week
for an extended trip through tho east.
This paity was in tho nature of n
farewell. Most of the guests that
wcro bidden to tho uffalr wcro Intl
mato friends of Mrs. Pearson The
beautiful home of the Thurstons wns
nhlnzo with fragrant roses mid beau
tiful pink blgonlas, luxuriant tropical
folinge being also Introduced into tho
scheme, of decoration. Playing be
gun nt liulf-after two and continued
until shortly before ilvu o'clock, when
delicious refreshments wero served.
Mrs. It. II. Ileldforil won tho first
prize, u ImndMiino table bonk stand,
fashioned out of ko.i, Tho guest prfzo
was very pretty and unique. Among
thoso invited to meet Mrs. Pearson
were Mrs. J. A. Kennedy, Mrs. ',. .
M)crs, Mrs. Frank MeStockcr, Mrs.
II. It. Ileldforil, Mrs. Friulcr, Mrs.
Oshourn, Mrs. Maiiulo Phillip, Mrs.
Gardner Wilder, Mrs. Harry Wilder,
Mrs. L'Hummcdleii, Miss Green of Han
Francisco, Mrs. Charles Atherton,
Mrs. Stoblc, Mrs, Henry Cooper, Mrs.
Theodore l-nnslng, Mrs. Charles
Crane, Mrs. Waller Jiuory, and oth
ers. Mr. I.ovt ri'j's Ltiiirliinn.
An Informal but enjoyable luncheon
wns given Tliurrdny by Mrs. Fred
erick Jcwctt Lowrey. The exquisite
ly appointed table was ornamented
with Florndora carnations and maid
enhair fcin. The placo cards woro
highly polished ko.i slab), with tho
name of tho gucnt cut In It. Among
Mrs. liwrey's guests weio Mrs. Ctalru
Williams, Miss Castle, Mrs. Ilcnjamln
Dodgo Marx, Mrs. Philip Weaver,
Mrs. Needham, Miss Clnlio Williams,
Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Short and Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mr. Fred Marf.irl.im-'s
lied Hawaiian berries combined
with red silk tullo ornamented tho
dinner tnbln of Mr nml Mrs. Fred
erick Macfarlane, when they enter
tained Thurbday evening in honor of
Hear Admiral uml Mrs. ltecs. A largo
fancy basket occupied Iho center of
the tablo. The handle of this basket
was ornamented with a largo bow of
red hntln ribbon, tho streams fulling
gracefully on Iho ends of tho table.
Tho guests of honor nro enthusiastic
brldgcrs. After partaking of n de
licious repast tho guests ndjoiirncd
to Iho drawing room, wlicro they de
voted the evening to bridge. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred
erick Macfarlane, Admiral nnd Mrs.
Corwln P. Ilees, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed
ward Tenney, Major nnd Mrs. Sam
uel Dunning, Mrs. 11 Faxon lllshop,
Mr. Hobron Walker, Miss Allco Mac
farlane and Mr. Miihlcndorf.
Judge and Mrs. Halloa's Dinner.
Oicrsc.is, the home of Judge and
Mrs. ll.illou, was tho scene of u pretty
dinner Friday evening. Tills dinner
was given complimentary to Admiral
and Mrs. Corwln P. Ilees. Yellow
wns tho color Wlictno for tho dinner.
Tho place curds had Iho namu"Ovcr
fcan" embossod 111 ono corner. Among
Judgo nnd Mrs. llallou's guests wero
I Hear Admiral and Mrs. Ilees mid
Major and Mrs. Samuel Dunning,
i Captain and Mrs. Marlx' Luncheon.
Captain nml Mrs, Marlx entertain
ed Informally at luncheon Wednesday,
In honor of Major Davis of the U. S.
Mailno Corps. This officer wns a pns-
j sengcr on the Ilurfalo en routo for
I Washington, I). C, wlicro ho Is to bo
Children's dancing class every Fri
day nftcrnoon In Odd FcllowV Hall
at 3:30 o'lio.-U. Prlvato lessons by
appointment. Phono "1747.
MISS HAZEL DUUKLAND.
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A large stock of GLOVES, HEAL LACE COI.LAIIS, Etc., Etc.
On Monday Morning
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Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, nil white, nml ultli colored borders .1 in
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Sit of llaiiil-Emhriildrrril Handkerchiefs done up In fanrj boxes direct
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Men's Flue Linen Handkerchiefs, nil prices, In plain hcnistllrliid mid
Holiday Table Linens
IMrOHTKD HUSH CLOTHS mid .XAI'KIXS to match In nil
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LINEX IIUCKAIIUCK (1UEST TOWELS with dainty damask
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