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EVKNINO nUW-KTIN, I10N0I.UM?. T. II., fUTtmtJAY. OEC. ;17. 1!10,
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SOCIETY EVENT WILL .
i USHER JN NEW YEAR
JAnnual Ball At Moana Hotel To Speed
: Passing Of 1910.
LOCAL society In on flic qui vivo
over llio New Year's ball
which will bo given nt I lie Mil
ium two weeks from this oven
luff. At that time, ns la custom-
i nry each your, Honolulu society will
gather to watch tho old year out mill
i llio new your In to tho accompani
ment of entrancing music by I ho cmlti
let for Jolly two steps anil scilalc
waltzes over tho ballroom lloor.
Iiivllatlons for the nllnlr will lis
I Kent out on Monilny to this ball which
Is eonsldcicd one of tho social events
of the year In tills city.
The lower floor of the beautiful ho-
' tnl will bn made bright and attrac
tive wllh tropical follngj. flowers and.
I myriads of electric lights, and flic
decorations In tho ballroom will bo
I esi eelally elaborate this year. I
Kven now members of the fair sex
I me consulting tho leading modiste In
' icganl to new tolllcttos to bo worn
: at this brilliant affair.
; Numerous dinner patties will be
Riven before the ball by prominent
I town folk, mid New Year's cv nt tho
; Moana tilts year promises to outshine
anything which lias been given at the
hotel for several years.
! Miss Magoon has Issued Invita
tions for n dance to be given New
Year's cvu at her homo on Lunallo
and Kccaumoku streets. '
The wedding of Miss I.llllnn Alleo
Itobcrtson anil Mr.Uoorgo Washington
Vnlaco was one of tho events of tlio
week, that had a phico In tho social
affairs of Importance. Formal invita
tions wcro not issued to their mini
rums friends, but verbal and tele
phone messages wcro sent to thctr In
timate friends. Although they were
married at tho early hour of nlno
o'clock In tho morning many friends
wero tlieie and tho edllleo was well
filled. Tho decorations wero lii yel
low and was tho work of Mrs, James
Donohuo Dougherty, nn older sister
of the hrlde. and Mrs. J. Morton
Hlggs. so It Is needless to say that
they wcro exnu'lsllo nnd artistic for
every one knows the ability these
young matrons possess. The chan
ell nnd nltar rati were banned with
mammoth baskets of rare maidenhair
ferns tho long fronds of the ferns
completely concealed the woodwork
and baskets. Tho i Kitted Kcntla palm,
was used unstinting!)' in these decor
ations, they nro over twelve feet high,
tho feathery leaves made nn artistic
decoration. In fact there were potted
plants and palms every where, until
tho church looked like a tioplcat bow
er. Large fancy baskets, filled with
plumed yellow chrysanthemums veil
ed with yellow silk tulle, wcro placed
on tho pulpit, on cither side of tho
chancel, nnd also on the altur rail.
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SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE tt
i: week. :t
tt Major and Mts. Tluihcrlako'ii Din
tt Wallncc-ltoborUon's' Nttpllnls.
tt Governor and Mrs f rear's Ilroak
tt Cotillion nt Lcllelma.
tt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillingham's tt
tt Supper. tt
tt Card I'nrty nt Moann' Hotel. tt
tt Mrs. Ilohard's Luncheon. tt
ti .Major and Mrs. Dimnlng'H , Din-tt
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tt Mrs. McSlockcr's Card Tarty. ti
tt Mr. and Mrs. Hind's Dinner; tt
tt Mrs, Hngcns' Luncheon. tt
tt Mulch Supper. ' tt
tt Mrs. Willis nrldgo. '
tt Captain nnd Mrs. Marlx's Dinner, tt
tt Mrs. Hitchcock's Liifirhcori.,1
tt Mr. and Mrs. Htndcs' Dinner
tt Mrs. WllllatVi8on's Luncheon.,
tt Mr. Heckman's Dinner.
tt Mnjor Hart's Dlhh'cr.
tt Mtr. nlco's Luncheon.
it Mr. and Mrs. Williamson's Din
tt Mr.' rind Mrs, Prentiss' Dinner.
tt Jlrs. Kennedy's Luncheon.
BRIDE OF WEEK
AND SISTER WHO WAS BRIDESMAID
WEDS GEO. W. WALLACE
? $ J 5 $! S $ S S -s ? f $ t ? $ 5- ? J' ! $ S -S 5 ! $
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Tall brass vases, containing theso
flowers were arranged on tho nltar.
Tho numerous twinkling tnpers In
their brass candle sticks hut added
beauty to tho scene. Thu Interior of
St. Andrew's Cathedral Is so beauti
ful, that ornamentation ot palms and
flowers aro not necessary, although j
tho appenranco ot the church on
Tuesday morning could not havo been
Improved upon. Tho pews for tho re
latives and Intimate friends wcro des
ignated, by largo bows of pulo' yellow
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MRS. GE0RC3E W. WALLAC!:, NEE ROBERTSdN
MISS GRACE ROBERTSON
Last Week f ot
We intend to make it a busy week. Specials and inducements that will make it profitable for you to do
your Christmas shopping here., You will get the benefit while we are making a record. Shop Early
YOUR CHRISTMAS DRESS
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haVc to be correct in material, style and finish. We
are showing some very swell gowns in "SILK MESSAUNE"
"MARQUISETTE," "LINGERIE" and ALL-OVER NET.
WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE OF CHARGE.
HOLIDAY TABLE LINENS
Make handsome and useful gifts. We have Cloths arid Nap
kins to match, in all sizes and beautiful patterns they last'
a life-time'. Lintin' HUckaliuck Damask Towels hemstitched
and scalloped edge's, Fr'uit Napkins hemstitchtid and Fringed,
Tea Napkins; Grass Linen Cloths embroidered, Embroidered
Grass Linen Squares, Centers and Doylies.
SILKS AND TRIMMINGS
Some advance ideas in figured Foulard, Messalinc and Mar
quisette arc the features of our Silk Department. A new line
of dress trimmings, in net with gold embroidery and sequin
spangles. - -
r haw n fonipli'lV stock iit hiin'cl-ombrnliVrnl litlllal handkerchief;
LailltV or (Ii'iillcnunV, for presentation, put u;i six In a fancy box, from
$2M per box up,
... .Children's Initial Ilanilkerihliln 8 In a box, i!.'c and .'15c.
: NOVELTIES IN LEATHER GOODS ,
The hleit xhovtlugs of Alligator, Italian, nml Morocco Handbags and
I'nrM'H, Suede Handling In WNIerla, (ircjs, Illur, etc.
. . SILK SCARFS AND NECKWEAR ,
Our HhoucuM'rt lire Illicit itlth eieij thing lb he thought of 'In IhU line.
Kiiihroldrrcil scarfs for llieutre ami eunlng near In all fcliades.
FANCY STATIONERY IN CHRISTMAS BOXES
A specially Imported line. The)' make u-ry ncceptable Christmas
"IftK, from '.Tn- per box up.
Mtoidiy is "Souvenir Day" at
GIVEN , AfAY, with every purchase of
$2.50 or more, a handsome piece of
This offer is for One Day
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Yi'e lime Jut opened n wty line selection of Ladles' Press Hats. .Nrn
est Sl:les nt .Modernlc Trices.
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BOYS AND GIRLS' HATS
MVe hiiie liMiliMidld ifsortmcilt llnilhrltil for Hie Ilblldiij' trade. Special
' I'rUes This M'eeli from $l..1 each. ,
- -SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN THE ART DEPARTMENT
Hiiuil.miide 1'liit'ii'iIiIatiK, Mdrk-ltov'esJ ShoppliiK' ami Vork Hiirn, .New
,'i Ideas In Tnlile (Vuler, Shlie mill l.ntiiiilrf II:i(,'S, l'lllon Hags nml Tapestry
I'lllow Tojih. '
DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS
Vie liaio n hktilllfill lnti Incliiillnir Hie iinlireaKalilii "Trihlr ,lunlorn and
LJ). i "Honey lloj", from 75c each. '
JANUARY, 1911, DELINEATOR IS NOW ON SALE
FORT AND BERETANIA STS
DRY GOODS COMPANY
OPEN FOR BUSINESS TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT NEXT WEEK
chiffon. In hultb'rrir 'effect. Tromptly
j nt nine o'clock Mrs. Allco Brown play
ed 1.6hem;rIti'ii,woddlng march and tho
pretty lirldo camo down the alslo,
j leaning on tho nrm of her father, Mr,
(Icorgc 1'. ltohcrtfion ot thin city, Sho
looked unusually well in n two plcco
suit of white rajah, tailor-made, for
Dairio fashion deifeca that" beforu
IiIrIi noon n tailored suit Is tho only
wearlnB apparel pcrmlssnble. A largo
Itcmbrnndt hnl ot Rrb6n satin com
pleted this stunning costumo, a spray
liaiupict of whlto orchids nnd maiden
hair ferns was carried. Tho hrl'do'B
only attendant was her younger sla
ter. Miss drnco Hoiiertsoit, who Is a
hcniitlfiil pctlto 'lirunctto with largo
brown eyes, nnd pretty wnvy brown
hair. Sho was clad In n smart stilt
of pongee. In lis nntiirnl color wllh n
Charlotte Cordo hat In tho same col
or. Her bouquet of pi nl; hrldcsmald'a
roses, gao (ho heeded touch' of color
lo tho costumo. Tho bridal party
wcro met nt tho nltar by tho groom
nnd his best man, Mr. Gcorgo Robert
son, .Jr., a brother of the bride. Tho
ImprcsHlvo Episcopal marrtago scrvlco
was performed by Cation' Alilt of St.
Andrew's Cathedral, who at tho coifr
elusion of the marrlago ccrcnid.f'
pronounced them man and wife, nun
(hey left Ihfc chiircl' to tho melody of
MendotBohn's wcdi'liig marcli. Tho
renion (lint nlno o'clock' was chosen
for tho hour of tlio coremoliy wns that
tho young couplo' w'nntod jo leave for
tliclr new homo on Honokan, Hawaii,
as tho steamer loft nt tea o'clock, n
hurried trip"" by motor was made to
bride's homo, on "Bingham and Arte
slan streets whenj' n dclclous bridal
breakfast nwalted themi Tho largo
round tnblo was decorated In yellow.
Marshal Nlei rinses and nfaldcn hair
ferns. Tho ch'.na scrvlco for this
beaullfully appointed tnblo was, In
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