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LADIES' SILK HOSIERY
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IMIIW MTIS Hill HOIS.
INDIAN HI(i:SSi:S t'Olt (.'MILS.
i'imuioi .sens, noniii uini:i:
mvi r.MFoitus in wiim: AMI
inSKIIW.I, M'llS WITH VV
'Hit' run lii prlio from if I tit f.'.'J.'i:
Jiin'll lime lo burn If Jim mint one,
fur tlier lire veiling htj f.utt ce mir
('ninplnir Out Window.
Hiiro's liothliii; Unit n milium
imuM like 'liter for u flirMiiuis
present tlian 11 nice .ilr of IIK liuset
ill' lire shonliii: (lie k.USDIt iloulili'
tipped llk Ikic In Murk, hIiIIo mill
II'.U.IW SII.K HUSK. $iM I'M II.
kasi:h i!oriii,i:.TiiTi:it, i.;.ii
I' Mil IT.
Me tire slionlni: n ino-l complete line of I.siillos' llnndluiKs In nil the
popular leather from up In $1'J; purses (if curj Mini mill price) Innel.
tnir mil' fur both men mill million couliilnlntr nil (lie iiircssnr) IIiIiiuh fur
innklni; n Journo) cnmfnrl.ililct Jewel liuxes. uridine ruses, i:ie., lllr.
lliue j 1111 n li.ilrlielnr friend, ulio-c
comfort 1 mi Mould like to enliiince, or
11 lion I) m edited couple whoso furii.
Ihlni;s need n fen inore nddlllnnst
Mlutt 11I1011I one of (hose c(uMl(lj
einlirolilered snfl -iishliniv, till llnMioil
Our Men's Department Is tlie
renter of Interest for u uroiit
mini- women of (lie ellj nun
mill of toursp iif irel our sluiro
of tlie men there loo.
('mints t'liiilt Shirts lii.
Junius Initialed Handkerchiefs
I'mliii-llus, llntli Holies, IMc,
i:t c., nil Unit nun need mill jnu
Minn, useful presents nrc the
kind mm n-dnjs.
WE WILL KEEP OPEN
EVENINGS FROM NOW ON
EXTRA SALESPEOPLE TO
ATTEND TO THE HEAVY
II r. iiml .Mrs. HillliiKluimN Supper nnd
Monday evening Mr nnd Mrs. Wul
ter Francis Dillingham entertained at
i' bridge party nnd supper, compli
mentary to Admiral nnd Mm Corwln
l'litturxoii Iters. This modo of onier
. ilmiic nt was chosen, fur the Admiral
and his wife are (looted to bridge,
ami nre considered miioiiR the best
orldKers" In this city. On Monday
1 veiling Mrs. J. S. Walker and Mrs.
. ewliy won the llrst nnd second woui
nn's prizes. Tho men's prlrcj were
1 warded tn Mr. J. S. Wilder and .Indue
Vllder. The Dllllnchiim's homo iun
1 -ugrunt w Ith pink roses nnd Inlets.
'. ownid tho latter part of the eenlng
i' delicious hot supper was served,
mong those present were Mr. nnd
Ifrs. Wultcr Francis Dillingham, Hear
dmlrul nnd Mrs. Corwln 1 Itees,
1 Injor and Mrs. George Potter, Judge
1 ml Mrs Arthur Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs.
.1 8. Walker, Mr ami Mis. Arthur
I rown, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Dllllng
I mi, Mr. mid Mrs. Cluules llryant
( nnper, Mrs. New by, nnd others.
( aril 1'nrt' nt -Mo.uiu Hotel.
A pleasant card party wns nrrnns
( I by the social hostess of die Mo
n in Hotel on Tuesday last. This card
I irty was given us entertainment for
I'e guests of the Alexander Young
1 ntel nnd the Moana Hotel. The
1 rst prize, n large pin of tho Hawall-
II I coat of arms enameled In blue,
v.i3wonbyMrs Willis. The second
prize, of black silk liolsery, wan won
1V Mrs. Newell of Minneapolis, Minn,
mong those present were. Mrs. Cum
mlngs of Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. Day of
I nlsc, Idaho; Mrs, Monsnrriit, Mrs.
I rentlce of San Frnncisco; Mrs, New
o'l of .Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Hum
soy, Mrs. Dunn of California: Mrs.
lj J. Uinl, .Mrs. Scott of Victoria!
Mrs. Smith, Miss Whitman or Sun
Fniiiolsco; Mrs. Willis, Mrs. Williams,
Miss Hnsslnger of San Jose; Mrs,
Marks, and others.
Mrs. Milliards' Luncheon.
Friday, Mrs. Frank Itobnrds cnter
tnlned nt luncheon tit her pretty
home nt Wnlklkl. Covers wore nr-
rnngeil for six. In tho center of the
tnblo wns n largo wicker basket till
ed with double and single red hibis
cus. The place cards were In red
nnd gold The luncheon set of Clin
ton china nddeil to tho beauty of the
titble. After partaking of n delicious
rrpnst the guests adjourned to the
living room and plned several games
of bridge. Among those present wcro
Mrs, Frunk Itobnrds, Mrs. Stevens,
Mrs. Kstts, Mrs. Willis, Mrs. Hanisey
nnd Mrs. Uoss Kingsbury.
Major mill .Mrs. lliiuulng's Dinner.
Admiral mid Mrs. Corwln Patterson
Hoes were tho complimented guests
at 11 dinner which wns ghen nt Fort
Shatter Tuesday evening by Major
nnd Mis Dunning. Covers wcro nr
ranged for ton und the tnblo wns
exquisitely decorated with cut flow
ers mid maidenhair fern. Among tho
guests who partook of Major nnd
Mis thinning's hospitality were Hear
Admiral und Mrs. Corwln Pntterson
Itees, .Mr mid Mrs. Hamilton of San
Finnclrco, Mrs. Herman Focke, Miss
Hiild Oregg of San Frnncisco, Mr.
Wnlker and Mr. A, Hamilton of San
C0IIIII011 nt I.ellehua.
Society Is on tho qui vlve over tho
Cotillion which will be given Thurs
day evening. IleLember twenty-second,
nt Schoeflcld Durrncks by I.t.-Colonol
Wheeler. On this occasion Colonel
Schuyler will bo the honored guest.
Klahornto preparations nro being
made, and this function will bo nno
of tho most elaborate) evor given In
-Miijnr iiml Mrs. Tliiibrrlnkc's Dinner.
One of the most beautiful appoint
ed dinners given this week by the
members of the 8inarL.net wns given
nt Fort Huger Friday by Major nnd
Mrs. Tlniberlnke. The color schemo
for this attractive entertainment was
pink and violeL The dinner favors
for the fair sex wcro Inverted Hu
vvnllan grass huts filled with purple
violets. Tho tnblo was ornnineuted
with tall silver candlesticks, with
dainty pink shinies. In the center of
OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE
A few of our prices
SOLID GOLD BRACELETS $8.00 up
SOLID GOLD BROOCHES 1.75 ua
SOLID GOLD BEAUTY PINS .60 up
SOLID 14-k GOLD WALCHES with ELGIN
or WALTHAM MOVEMENTS $19.00 up
Wc sell all other goods in proportion and guaran
tee the quality.
M. R. Counter's
3214 Tort Street
tho tnblo was n fancy basket laden
with fragrant purple violets, 'lie edge
or the basket being fringed with Aus
tralian muldcnhutr fern Tho handle
of this nrtlstlc basket was ornaracnt
ed with how knots of pink niullne
tulle Among Mnjor and Mrs, Tlirbcr
luko's guests wero Governor nnd Mrs.
Wnlter Frenr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph
(lllmiin nnd Mrs Frank It. Da;
Mrs. Ullls' Bridge Piirt.
Mrs. Willis, wife of U. Willis of
the IT S Marino Corps, wnshostess
nt 1111 onjovnblo bridge party which
was given Thursday afternoon nt her
artistic bungalow on Mnlklkl street.
This card party was given In honor
of Mrs. Wendell Cashing Neville, wlfo
of Major Neville, commandant of the
V. S. Marino Corps, Hcaiitlful pilzes
wcro awarded. Tho llrst prize was
won by -Mrs Sheedy This trophy wns
n jardlnlcio of brass. The guost prlzo
was a beautiful serving tray. 'At tho
termination of tho phi lug refresh
ments weie sarved from n long table
In the dining room for the delicious
vlnnds wcro served In buffet stvlo.
The center of the tnblo was occupied
by u largo glass bowl lilted with
duchess roses, nt the bnso of which
myriads of violets were banked, pro
ducing a pleasing effect. Tho drawing
room, hallway mid den wero roplcto
with purple violets. On this occas
slon many beautiful toilette wcro
worn. The hostess was clad In a be
coming frock of light blue, chiffon, In
sciul-hobble cITect nnd banded by a
broad cmbioldeied satin band, Mrs,
Nevlllo's dress of black und gold wns
much admired. Mrs. Cowlcs vvoio an
Imported gown with n real laco coat.
Mrs. Cochran, wlfo of Captain Coch
ran of the Thetis, was clad In black
net. Mrs. Ituy Smith looked luind
soino tn 11 silk In pastel shades, n
largo black hat completing this stun
ning costume. Miss Cowlcs looked n
plcturo In n French robo of white
luce. Mrs. IIlommedleu's tollet.e of
vvhlto lingerie In scml-hobblo effect
wits chic. Mrs. Tlinhcrlnko worn one
of tho most stunning frocks, of whlto
pongee, embroidered, a large satin
hat ornamented with a Hlrd of Para
dise, being worn. Mrs Tlniberlnke Is
ono of the most charming women of
Honolulu, und Is proving n great ac
quisition to tho smart set of this city.
Mrs. Frederick Itnmsey looked dainty
iiml pretty in n lingerie frock em
broldored nnd trimmed In Valenci
ennes lace, Among Mrs, Willis'
guests wero Mis, Wondell Cushlng
Neville, Mrs, Cowlcs, Miss Cow lei,
Mrs. Timbcrlakc, Mrs. Samuel Dun
ning, .Mrs. Hstcs, Mrs. Gardner Wild
er, Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Sheedy, Mrs.
Hoy Smith, Mrs. Chapman und Mrs.
Smith of Fort Shutter, Mrs. I.'llmnme
dleu, Mrs. Murlx, Mrs. Fiederlck
Hnmsey, Mrs. Frank Itobnrds, Mrs,
Stevens, Mrs. Wllllant Low, Mrs.
Lowercnz, Mrs. Pope, Mrs. Itoss
Kingsbury, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs, Wind,
Mrs. Cochran, und others.
Ciiptiiln nnd Mrs. MnrK' Dinner.
Cnptaln and Mrs. Arthur Murlx of
tho U. S, Marina Corps celebrated
their "wooden anniversary" on Sun-
Iduy last at their homo on Klnau
Utrcct Tho decorations wero nrrung
' cil to carry out the Idea of the cele
bration, for inor.1 of the fnvors wero
wood A large highly polished cala
bash made of koa wood was filled with
seal let carnations mid maidenhair
fern und adorned tho center of tho
tnble. The placo curds were min
iature wooden shoes with tho follow
ing Inscription on them: "Two 'soles'
with but n single thought; two hearts
that bent ns one" Among thoe
seated nt this original mid novel dec
orated table wero Captain and Mrs,
Mnrlx, Mr. mid Mrs. Wlchmnn, Major
and Mrs, Tlniberlnke, Captain mid
Mrs. Hnmsey, Captain nnd Mrs. Kites,
j Miss Kntlieiino Stephens mill I.lcut.
Prsposed Federation of Clubs. I
Tho growth of Honolulu Is evidenc
ed In many wnvs, nnd In no way moro
Interestingly than In the growing
number of cultural rliihs. In lis dis
tinctive work each has responded to
tlie real needs of n progressive city.
Tho usefulness nnd success of nil
thoto clubs Is a measuro of tho de
mand for them For many of them
tho time (hns conio when ndequuto
accommodations nro necessary and
In tho present movement Initiated
by tho Art Ionguo fur tho federation
j of n number of these clubs there Is
no purpore or wish that nny ono
I should lose any thing of its Indlvldii
I nllty In organization or netlvltles.
There Is no thought of merging theso
, pepnnlo clubs In ono organization.
I Hapicr, tho federation conleiuplat
ed Is of such n character ns. It Is
I liellovcd, will glvo vv'der opportune
I ties fnr special (lovolop-iiont.
The pup'OKP of tho federation, as
Mated In tho pronored lilnn. Is prim
al Uy to secure a club nntiso that will
j mco the needs of teh several clubs.
Secondnillv tho valiio of such federn
Hon would bo of the kind Hint must
j conio f 1 o.m the gienter facility of get
ting cooperatlvo nctlon In g'nernl ef
, fort for llio betterment of tho city
I Tho club house of such n federation
'of clubs would tint only furnish tho
Imennsof extending hospitality, but
1 11 would beeomo n lnturnl center fnr
tho work of nil Interested In civic,
betterment Tho federation Itself
would mark n deflnlto rlep In tho pro
gress towards "getting together"
which seems to bo tho slogan for tho
Major Hurl's Dinner.
A large fancy basket containing
mngentn hougerna vllln ornamented
the tnblo of Major Hart, when ho on
tcrtnlned at the Moana Hotel Monday
evening In honor of General nnd Mrs.
Doll, U. S. A. Aftor dinner the host
mid Ills guests Joined tho merry
throng of dancers nt tho Army hop,
which wns glvon tlint'ovonlng nt tho
Moana. Among thoso who enjoyed
Major Hart's hospitality were Gen
eral nnd Mrs. Hell, Mrs. ICntherlne M.
Yates, Miss Garllngton, Miss Hnlley,
Colonel Schuyler of the Fifth Cuvnlry,
Captain Lock, U. S. A., nnd Captain
I Davison, U. S. A.
Tho Palolo Social Club met last
night at the homo of Mr. and Mrs,
Hlley In tho valley. A most enjoynb'o
evening wns spent during which soy
en well contested games of pedro
wero played. Tho first prizes weio
won by Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Palmer,
Mr. Civile Wrlglit nnd -Mrs. Merrill
taking the booby pilzes.
Delicious refreshments wcro served
after the g lines.
Among those present wore: Mr.
nnd Mrs. Foster, Mr. nnd Mrs. Unjil,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wolrf, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hl
ley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Merrill, Mr. nnd
Mrs Palmer, Mis. Mnry Wright, Mrs.
Clear. Mrs. Hideout, Mrs. C. J. Selioen
Ing, Mr. CI) do Wright, Mr. A. Onuls
ton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgq Hoillek gavo n
farewell pnrty In honor of Admiral
und Mrs. Corwln Puttetson Hoes, who
left Wednesday on the Sierra for tho
mainland. This entertainment was
u Dutch supper. Tho uttlnrtlvo homo
of tho Hodleks wan appropriately dec
orated for the occasion, eighteen
guests were present.
Mrs. D. Howard Hitchcock entcr
tulned ten of her friends nt luncheon
Tuosday nt tho Honolulu Country
Club. Carnations mid maidenhair
fern made an attractive tnblo decora
tion. Among tho guests wore Mrs. T
CHvo Dnvlcs, Mrs. Kllznbcth Mc
Montuguo Cooke, Mrs. Frank It Day,
Hryde, Mrs. llernlco Wnlbrldge, Mrs.
Mrs. .luck Gait, und others.
I Mr. (1. C. Hcckinan gavo a birth
day dinner party for his wife on Wed
iicHday evening nt tho Courtliind lted
j carnations combined with maidenhair
fern graced tho beautifully appointed
tnblo. Covers wero arranged for
".ll.t. Pl. ...... ...r.ann. t...nt.l. ,1... 1.....1
nnd bis wlfo wero Mr. mid Mrs. John
son, Mr. mid Mrs. It. It. Allen, Mr.
Ciinntchncl nnd Mr. Duncan.
I.lent. I.co. Sahm of tho U. S. Now,
who hits been detailed ns U. S. I
Inspector of theso Islands, sailed
Hawaii, Wednesday, on tho U. S. S.
Kiikut, to mnko an Inspection of llio
dlffcicnt light houses on Kuual.
(Additional Social on Page 9.)
Everybody Admires a Beautiful Complexion
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indispensable and Delightful
for Fashionable Women.
A dally necessity for tho ladles' toilet
whether ut home or while traveling. It
protects the kln from Injurious eirccu
of tho elements, elves a wonderfutly ef
fective lieauly to llio (omiuexion. it Is a
lvB IMlBuMunlii'tM Oral
perfect non-Bieiuy Toilet
Jreuni and pos
crow 111 of liulr wlilih nil Indira Hhouiu
guard agulnnt when selecting u toilet pro
luratlon. When dunclnp. buwlliiK or oth
er exertions heut tho fiktn, U prevents a
Gouraud's Oriental Cream has been
hlfihly recommended by phyalclunn. act
reuses, ultiKcrs und women of fashion for
over half a century and cannot hu sur
J mused when preparing for dally or evtn
uouraua's uriemai uream cures rmm
Diseases nnd relieves Sunburn. Ttemoves Tun, 11mple, Hlurklieads. Mntii
Patches, Rash. Frock I r and Vulgar Hedncss. Yellow und Muddy Skin, slviiig
a delicately dear and refined complexion which every woman desires.
No. U For sale by Drugffhita und Fancy Goods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York.
A Still Higher Type of Efficiency, Entirely
New at the Price is offered in the
v twiy Jp
OVERLAND MODEL 51
(I.tcciiroil limlor the Scldon patent )
It Creates a New Measure of Value in the
Thirteen beautiful models now ready, comprising the latest ideas in automobile
design and construction. Completely equipped with Magneto, Lamps, Generator,
Horn and Tools. Altogether the greatest value ever offered in motor cars at prices
anybody can afford.
Wo stiirt tills iicn unison hIIIi n ri'conl iif liinliiu ililhind 20,0011 ran Into lhi Imiiils iif NnlMlcd
(Miners In tlie llrst cluhl iiiiiiiIIin of tills je.ir iillli ileiMiills nlremlj In liniiil for moro tlnin IH,000 ut llio
IK'M IIHIlIl'lS Jltht I'dinlnc out.
HOW THIS DEMAND WAS CREATED
Tills Miniilerfnl demnnil for OtorliiiuN Is iliio lo (lie sliocr morlt In tlio nir Itself. Tlioro wun iipiit n
cur no simple iiml imno out offered neiirl) so iiiurli fur the inonej.
(IwrliinilK emliod) llio Kml lioluls of nuti Iille eonstriietliin ulileli lime lieen ileteloipil und mii;.
(tested slneo llio Inception of tho Iniliistn, together lth new fenliires mid eelushe Mens, nil of which
in a l.e the entire (Irerliiiid ono HioroiiKliI)' illstlnrllte.
THE NEW 0VERLANDS ARE MADE WITH FORE DOORS AND WITHOUT.
CHOICE AT ONE PRICE.
PRICES FOR 1911
The thorium) prices for 1011 IiikIii nt t'i"' for StMiorse pimer, I ejllndirs nnd S."i0 for n
llondster ullli I ejllnilers.
The 2,'cliorso pmier Oierlnnds sell nt 11)1)0 nnd .fill!)., urrordliiK to sljle of tninsiiilsslon. Tho :10.
liorsivponer Oicrlanils sell nt tiU-'-'O. So does nil liisldo drlio enupe.
Tho prices run to l(M0 nnd H!7,'. for the lines! rnrs possllilo In 10 linrso puner ullli HS.Iutli nheel
Imses, 1,'ier) price Includes n nineiieto und full lump cijulpuicut.
OUR AnUAWP.F RfinK PriFP s,ml for ",,r l"('", ,nuV """wnc nil tin mmlels ii llh enmiilele)
uun huvhimoc Duu rntt MM,eII,,.lltl))ll, It ,,, (.1Mllll, J()( ( nIi(, J)iur (.nt ir,Mllls' v (V
riitiilociie puhllshed sIiiihn so iiiiiiij ht)les ut this. Scud for It lion before on forifct II.
The cars .ire on shon bj more tli.m SIKI de.ilers.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd;,
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