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EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, ,T. H, SATURDAY, JULY 8, ,1911,
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OF INDEPENDENCE WEEK
United States Naval Ball the Principal Society Event for the
A.'OTUi:it week of unprecedent
ed social lirlllianc lias lircli
uililoil to tlie t-cason's rcconl,
which slum's a series of nunc
than have been placed to so
ciety's credit. durliiK tht Biitiimcr
months, for some tars The lull Riv
en by Mr. and Mrs James Judd at
the Colonial hotel last cvcnlni; fnr
nlsl ed a urllllnnt cllmnx to the sue
cession of socletj events. The func
tion was kIvcii In honor of their house
latest, Miss Dwlnell of California.
Honolulu has rarely seen u more beau
tiful entertainment, certainly not a
Binaiter ono than last night's affair
American Beauty roses, golden show
er and potted palms formed n conspi
cuous part In the decoratlc scheme,
1utko bowls of beaten brass, filled
wltli N'lnlko llllles, were placed
throughout the large hall. These II1-
lles nre a deep yellow In color ami
nre almost as rare, and cliolc as or-
c'llds. The portc cochere, largo er
nndus, and entrance to the hotel, was
lighted Willi mvri.uls of electric lights
Hundreds of different eoloied lights
weio arranged through the spacious
giounds. Although It tended to add
to the brilliancy of the scene artifi
cial light were unnecessary, lor the
rays from the moon, shed a bright
ness and litBter tltil Is hard to rival.
Prior to tho dancing, from half after
eight until nine o'clock an Informal
reception was held. The rccelvltii?
party stood In the largo reception hall
Tho walls of this room aro tinted In
ti delicate green, which made a beau
tiful backgioimd. The color tchoino
for this room was pink and green
P.ilo pink asters were effectively ued.
Tho flowers wero banked on the Inlaid
cnbinets and piano, large bowls of the
lowers were placed on the teek tables
ruid tabourets. Tho tall tropical palno,
Uint grow so profusely In tho Islands.
lent added beauty to tho Interior of
tlio room. The receiving party con
slated of Dr. and Mis. James Judd
Miss Dwlncll and Mr. and Mrs. liorrlt
Wilder. Mrs. Judd was nttlred In
pale blue satin, veiled with lace, with
Egyptian emhrolclrry wiotiKht In sll
ver. Tho exquisite toilette enhanced
her brunette typo of beauty. A broad
band of brilliants was worn In Iter
hair. Miss Dwluell wore a stunning
costume of ellow satin, veiled lu
French blue chiffon, Irlninied In Jow
oled and embroidered possementrle. A
etrlng of pearls was worn. Mrs. Dwln
cll Is a tall, stunning blonde, by her
uffablllty and graciousness, she hap
become very popular, even during hor
tdiort sojourn lu tho Islands. Mrs
(lerrlt (Wilder looked beautiful lu
white satin and Duchess laco. A pen
dant of pearls and diamonds was
worn. Shortly after nino o'clock th
dancing began and continued until a
lato hour. The hall mom was tilled
with palms ami festooned with the
Splendid Showing of Midsummer Styles Fashionable Store
Our latest shipment or EA3TCRN
STYLES, Includinfj SAILORS, WALK
ING, STREET HATS and LOGUES, It
now on display.
From our own workrooms wo aro
showing choice specimens of the Mil
liner's Art in beautiful FEATHER
HATS, LINGERIE and LACE HATS.
Attractive and becoming, styles for
Misses nnd Children.
;. ! ; $ $ g 4 $ . $ $ $ $
golden shower At the south end of
the mom, a Hawaiian quintet club,'
was coueenlcd behind mountain ferns
and potted palms, and furnished music
for the dancers At eleven o'clock a
delicious supper was served at small
tables. After supper dancing
was resumed. Tho ball was un
surpassed In tho resplendency of
gowns wot n on this occasion, Mrs.
Uli IkikI vers was clad in a p.ilc blue
marquisette, cinhmldcrcd lu the samu
shade or blue: Mrs. William Whit
ney'n gown was of while satin, with
a bolero and tunic of real laco; Mrs.
Gcoigc H. Cnrfr, wife of ex-Governor
Catter, wore a liandsonio lavender
charnieiiso satin, embroidered In a
Parisian design, diamond earrings
were worn, and proved very becom
ing. Miss Alice Macfarlanc, wore an
Inniorted gown, emhinldored In gold,
fashioned in the prevailing mode. Miss
Macfnrlane looks more stunning than
ever since her trip abroad. Mrs. Wal
ter Cowlcs wore an exquisite New
York creation lu black, with touches
of Jet; Miss Marlon Scott was clad In
white satin, embroidered In white and
gold; Miss Helen Achilles looked
unusually pieity In while satin, veiled
with King's blue chiffon About eight
Inches above the satin hem, the chif
fon was caught artlsticallv by Cecil
Ilruuiier roses. Mrs. Ilobdy looked
extremely handsome In apricot satin
Mrs Benjamin I,, Marx was clad In n
beautiful while Duchess lace robe over
satin. The corsaga was garnished
wltli pearls. Miss Claire Kelly wote
n handsome frock of black satin, em
broidered In gold. Ono of the most
stunning gowns was worn by Mrs.
(h'orgo Sherman, It was a black se
quitted robe over sal In. Mrs. I'dwnrd
J. Tliubcrlake looked icgal In maize,
satin, veiled with gold nuiiqulsotte
trimmed In quantities of rofo point
lace. Mrs. Olchon looked extioinely
well In a Paris gown of figured old
rose chiffon, with touches of gnlc,
Mrs. A. J. Campbell's frock of peach
blow satin, embroidered In silver was
liandsome. Mrs. Harrison was clad In
a striped pale blue chiffon, Mlns Hthel
Spalding looked beautiful In pink sat
in, veiled with a silvered chiffon
studded with pearls. Mrs. M I Pres
sor was clad In an exquisite guvvn of
vcllow Hatln, veiled with chiffon and
studded with gold sequins. Mitts Anna
Tucker was ono of the ptcttlest ouiig
girls present. Her gown was of em
broidered dotted pink net over satin
Mis. Holmes of Ilcrkelcy, woio a
handsome lingerie, wltli touches of
blue. Other beautiful costumes wero
Among the Invited guests were Gov
ernor ami Mrs, Walter Frear, General
ami Mis. Montgomery Macomb, Ad1
ml ml and Mrs. Walter Cowlcs, Mr
and Mrs. Itobhlns Anderson, Mr. ami
Mrs Hobert Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Ilobert lloml. Mr. and Mrs. W. II
Babbitt, Mr. and Mis. Samuel Haiti
Every department now filled to overflowing with New and Up-To-Date
Before buying see what Sachs is showing
NOVELTIES NOVELTIES NOVELTIES
New Silk Dress Girdles, black, white and all the fashionable shades - $100 each
Center-pieces, Doylies, and Scarfs, in Venetian and Cluny Lace, Madiera Embroidery
and Embroidered Grass Linen, rt ' ' i ' '' i.
Neapolitan Coral Neoklaoes, Jet Ornaments and Colored Beads for Dress Trimmings
Gold and Silver Cloth, 19 in. wide, guaranteed not to tarnish - $1.00 per yard
New Parasols- in all shades
SACHS DRV GOODS
6 $ ; 4 ! s .$ 4- 8 h $ 8 ?
win, Mr. iintl Mrs. Arthur HerK, Mr 1
and Mrs, Alan Ilottomtcy, Mr. mid
Mrs. Wlllard llrovvn, Mrs. Charles
Adams of Chicago, Dr. anil Mrs. Wil
liam Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Brown, Mr. and Mm. C. Montague
Cooke, Mr. nnd Mrs. Itlchard Cooko
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooke, Mr, and
Mrs. (leorgo Cooke, Miss Allco Cooke,
Miss Ktllth Cowlcs, Mrs. Kll.abelh
Church, Mr. and Mrs. Haiold Castle,
Miss Beatrice Castle, Mr. mid Mrs.
Alfred Castle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph
P. Cooke, Honorable and Mrs. tleorgo
It. Carter, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Ilry
nnt Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Ilrttco Cart
wright Jr., Mr, and Mrs. Frank Athcr
ton, Mr. and ltn A. N. Campbell,
Miss Vera Damon, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Cllve Davles, Mrr. F. 11. Day, Mr.
and Mrs. Waller Francis Dillingham.
Mr, and Mrs. Haiold Dlllliighnm, Miss
Ahblq Dow, Mr. and Mrsj. Waller
Kinory, Mr, and Mrs. li M. Campbell
Mr. and Mrs, Alonzo Hartley, Miss
Catherine Goodalo, MUs Ixtulse
Glrraid, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry Mtirllu
Hepburn, Mr. and Mis. II. M. Har
rison, Miss Dernlce Hartwell, Miss
Dorothy Hartwell, Honorable nnd Mrs.
Charles Hcmenway, Mr. and Mrs. I).
II. Hitchcock, Dr. nnd Mrs. Ilobdy,
Dr. and Mrs. George Herbert, Mr
and Mrs. ('. S Hollovvny, Mrs. Holmes
of Berkeley, Mr. and Mrs. Hlcliaid
Ivors, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klanip,
Miss Claro Kelly, Miss Ida Kopkn,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis Jr., Judge and
Mrs. Lindsay, Mr. nnd Mm. William
I.ove, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Dwight
I.ovvrey, Mr. Sherwood I.ovvicy, Mr.
aud Mrs. Harry Macftirl.tiic, Miss
Alice Mitcfarlane, Mr. ami Mrs. Den
Jamln Lodge Marx, Dr. ami Mrs. Wil
liam Moore, Honorable and Mrs.
truest Mott-Smlth, Mr. nnd Mis. I.
Tcnncy Peck, Miss Mnjorie Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mr.
and Mrs. M. F. Prosser, Major and
Mrs. Gcorgo Potter, Honornbtn and
Mrs. Uric Rniidscn, Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Lawrence Putmaii, Mr. ami
Mrs. Hugo Hcrzer, Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Oilman, Mr. and Mrs. Jumleson
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ross, Mr. ami
Mrs. Sutton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Giislnv
Schaefer, Mr. and MrB. Hantiey Scott,
Miss Marlon Scott, Mr, ami Mm.
George Sherman, Dr. nnd Mrs. Shep
herd, Mr. nud Mrs. Francis Mills
Swanzy, Major and Mrs. Edward J.
Timbcrlakc, Judge and .Mrs. William
Whitney, Mr. nnd Mrs- Henry von
Holt, Dr. and Mrs Ernest Water
house, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Watcrhouse,
Judge and Mrs Arthur Wilder, Mr
and Mrs. James Wilder, Mr. nud Mrs.
Con It Wilder, Mr. anil Mrs. Charles
Wilder, Mrs. Hernlco Wllhtldge, Mr
and Mrs. Kdward Watson, Mr. anil
.Mrs. Arthur Mackintosh, Dr. iintl Mis.
Johnstone of Fort Shatter, Lieuten
ant and Mrs. Philip Wriglttson, Lieu
tenant and Mrs. George' Cleveland
llowcn, Mr. and Mrs. IJIien Low, Mr,
and Mrs: Hoberi Pratt,' fir, and Mis
John Pratt, Judgo and Mrs. Stanley,
Honorable 'and Mrs. CharicH Itlce, Mr
aud Mm. Clinton G. Ilallentyno, Mi
ami Mrs. U. ti. Mead. Mr. and Mrs
A. P. Judd, Mr. nnd Mrs., J I J Judd,
Mr nnd Mrs. C. II. Olson. Miss Klhel
Spalding, MIbh Nora Swauzy, Miss
Anna Tucker, Miss Violet Makce
Miss Helen Achilles, Miss Harriet
Ilnleh, Miss U-turn n. Miss . nc mi 1d .liuiancso tirlnt, will elnd-'
Geitrmta Harding, Miss Nina Adams,1
Miss Wnlerhoiisc, Mr. Getiign Fullery I
Mr. Kelly. Mr. Norton Wilcox, Mr, J
Lnwrence Judd, Mr. Sinclair linhlit
son, Mr Aylmer ltoblnsiin, Mr. litmus
Crzcllllzcr. Mr. It. i:. Wright, Mr ,
M. II. Itentnn, Mr. II. II. Walker.
Mr. F. II. ArniUninit. Mr. Ilarij
Whllney. Mr. Edward llcilcnian, Dr.
I'. Iloileinan, Sir. Witblen, Mr. tlnv-'
Ion!, Mr. Ilatold Otffuiil, Mr. Itnlph
Forster, Mr. Allurt McCorrlslon,
Judge L liter, l.leuteii tut Pardee,
Col. Wilder, Major IIciimiii, Mr. E. It.
f lit lor. Mr. Georgo llrovvn, Mr. O.
Sorenson, Mr. Hobert Thompson, Mr.
Guy Mncfnrlanc, Mr. M. T. Clegg.
Mr. Unils Warren. Mr Itnlph llm
mcr, Mr. Guilford Whitney, Dr.
Tucker Smith, Mr. D.tvld Anderson,
Mr. Tom Giey, Mr. Mac.tulev, Lieu
tenant Uuriell, Dr. A Hodglus. Mr.
J. T. Wnlc. Dr. C. Ituinus, Mr. E. D.
Teuiiey, Mr W. Both and others.
.Mrs. TlmljrrliiliP iinil Mrs. Johnson
Mrs. Kdward J. Tlitiborlako nnd
Mrs. John Stuart Johnson tire enter
taining this afternoon ut it bridge tea
that Is being given tit tho Hotel Co
lonial. The color scheme for this
elaborate function Is being carried out
In jellow. Kvcu the hostesses car
ried this color In the mode of dress
ing. Mrs. Tlntberlnke Is wearing n
New York creation of while Mai qui
sette and lace, over yellow satin, with
a largo black but. Mrs. Tlmberlako
Is n tall, willowy blonde Sho pos
sesses such o.xqitlslle coloring that
sho can wear any color and It will
provn becoming. Mrs John Stuart
Johnson's frock Is very beautiful of
cream lace over iimlze-colorcd n.tlln.
A largo picture hat will complete the
stunning costume. At the conclu
sion of tho card playing, a number
of friends will diop In for tea, Ilo
freshments will bo "served nt it cir
cular table, ornamented wltli golden
shower nnd maidenhair. Mrs. Wal
ter Cowles will servo punch at one
side and on the other sldo Mrs. Georgo
Sherman will dispense, 'an Ice. lu
perfection of detail in decorative ef
fects, these two nutty Hostesses aro
possessed wllh artistic ability nnd In
genuity this afternoon's entertain
ment will llgitrc on tho social calen
dar, ns ono of Jlip mosjj bountiful func
tions of tho season. Tho prizes for
tho bridgers nre especially pretty.
The first prize Is n massive brass
lantern, of an eastern design. Tho
second prlo is u tall basket of ham
mered brass. Tito consolation pti.e
is also lu brass, this frame contain-
arc hard to win when one's
complexion is matted by
phnplc, blackheads and
lilotchc. Strengthen )our
charms, by keeping your
complexion clear, with
Mick r brawl. He.
Ing an old Japanese print, will glad
den tho heart of the one who wins It.
One table has been set aside for
"hearts." The prize for tills partic
ular table Is half a dozen brass llnger
bowls, with the llngcrbowl plates. Tho
tally cards, for the brldgers, are Co
lonial dames. These scoro cards are
especially appropriate, for tho affair
Is given nt tho Colonial Ilolel. The
appointments of this new hotel, are
nil in Colonial design. Among those
Invited nro Mrs. Wulter Frenr, Mrs.
Walter Cowles, Mrs. Montgomery Ma
comb, Mrs. George Sherman, Mrs.
Gerrlt Wilder, Mrs. Francis Mills
Swnnrr, Mrs. Clifton 'Carter, Mrs.
Frank II. IMwnrds, Mrs. Game, Mrs.
Wallace, Mrs. Cochran, Mrs. llitrn
hani, Mrs. Neville, Mrs. Arthur Marlx,
Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Tuttle, Mrs. Stew
art Williams, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Tur
ner, Mrs. Klllcott, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs.
Cook, Mrs. Alexander D.tvls, Mrs. Hoy
Francis Smith, Mrs. Iltnco Cart
wright, Jr., Mrs. Clarence Short, Mrs.
Sara U. New comb, Mrs. Harry Wil
der, Mrs. Gnrdncr Wilder, Mrs. Jos
eph Gllmiin, Mrs. .tamos Judd, Mrs.
Herbert Stevens, Mrs. Tucker Smith,
Mrs. Archibald Campbell, Mrs. Kd
ward Davis, Mrs. Benjamin Idge
Murx, Mrs. Claire Williams, Mrs.
Needhnm, Mrs. Henry Bond ltcstnr
Ick, Mrs. Ilobdy, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs.
Charles Chilllngwortli, Mrs. llnrry
Macfarlanc, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. J. S
Walker, Mrs. F. 11. Day, Mrs. Arthur
Frederick Wall, Miss Kdltli Williams,
Miss Dwlnell of San Francisco, Miss
Castle, Miss Kathryn Stephens, Miss
Kdlth Cowles, Mips Kutemnn, Miss
Agnes Walker, Miss ('nrtwrlght of
Fort Shatter, Miss Zelgler, Mm. Kllz
abcth Church and others.
Mr. and Mr. Swamy'a Tea.
Tim society folk are anticipating tho
reception Unit will lie given this aft
ernoon from 4 to 7 by Mr. nnd Mrs.
I'raticls .Mills Hwiinzy. The reception
Is ti coming-out lurty for their oldest
daughter. This affair will bo marked
by simplicity of detail, but will be none
the less notable. Tho family has been
prominent in society for ninny years.
Mrs. Hivnlixy Is one of the lenders, of
the Miiail set. Tito Interior of their
home Is mi handsome and artistic that
Herat adornment Is uniiecesmry. Ml"
Swiiitzy Is very popular nnd has been
the recipient of many Unworn. Roses
tiro iimong her favorite llowcrs, conse
quently tho lloml gifts lmvo consisted
mostly of these lowers. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Sw-.tiizy nnd Miss Switnzy will receive
In the drawing loom, which will be
lillid wltli IIiono fragrant roues. Ito
freslituetits will po served ut small ta
bles on tho spacious lawn. Mrs, Oer
rlt Wilder, Mrs. William Goodalo, Mrs.
(icoige It. Caller, Mrs. I). Howard
Illtiltcock. Mrs. George Sherman, Mis
Jnines Wilder, Mrs. Ilanncy Scott, Mrs.
James It Judd, Mrs. Itlcbatd Ivors nud
Mr.i. Hornier- Wnlbrldgo wl assist the
hostess. Mrs. Georgo Carter will iniiir
coffio, and Sirs, Gerrlt nnd Mrs, James
Wilder will srvo tho punch. Four
hundred Invitations lmvo (loen Issued.,
Mr. mid Mrs. GorrJI Wilder' Dinner.
Mrs. Klllcott. vvlfo of Captain Klll
cott of the U. S. Navy, was Ilia, guest
of honor nt an elabornto dinner that
Was given Thursday evening at tho
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llrtml Mrs. J mill's Ilittirlng Party.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Swanzj's, Itoccpllon.
Mr. nnd Mr. James Wlliler's Slipper.
.Major ami Mrs. Tluihcrlakc's Dinner,
lour O'clock Tea on It. M. S. Km).
Mrs. .Mark's Ilrliltc Luncheon.
Mr. iintl Mrs. (Irrrll IVIblcr's Dli r.
Major nnd Mrs. Kennedj's Bridge.
Mr. mid Mrs. lUlllam Baldwin' Hhi.
MNs Stephen-' Thliuble Party.
Major mill Mrs. Mrl'lure's Dinner.
Mrs. James Hough's Dinner,
(.'raising Part On tvuknl.
Major Jenkins' Dinner.
Mrs. Tlinlicrlukc's nnd Mrs. .lotinsloii's
I.iincliciiti nti II. M. S. Challenger.
Mrs. Holier! son's I O'clock Tea.
Mrs, Hepburn's Luncheon.
Mrs. ('leghorn's Mnslrale.
Mr. mid Mrs. V.. D. Baldwin's Dinner.
Mrs. Turner's Card Party.
Mrs. Gardner Wlbler's Dinner.
Cuptiiln Forsvthe's Dinner.
Mr. J nh ii Guild's Supper.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .McCIicsiioj'n Dinner.
.Major Duncan's Luncheon.
Miss Fannie lloogs' Dancing Purl).
Mrs. Charles Baldwin's Luncheon.
Miss l.nvv retire's I O'clock Tea.
The Misses MrCliesiiey L'nlertaln.
Mr. mid .Mr.-, .lainle-oin's House Pari,
Captain nnd Mrs. .Mark's Dinner.
Sen Ire Bridge Club.
MNs .Nciiman's Pari).
Golf Tournament ut Coutitr) Club.
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home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilder nre Ideal enter
tainers nnd their hospitality Is re
nowned. Tho repast wits served at
half after seven at n round tablo that
was exquisitely decorated In yellow.
Those present at this delightful af
fair, besides Ihn host nnd hostess,
were Admiral nnd Mrs. Walter
Cowles, General and Mrs. Montgom
ery Macomb, Mrs. Klllcott, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Francis Mills Swanzy, Mr. and
Mrs. Georgo Sherman and Colonel
Mrs. Alexander llnherlson's Tea.
Among the pretty tons of tho week
was the 1 o'clock tea presided over by
Mrs. Alexander llobertson, wlfo of
rCldof Justice llobertson. Tho ttlTalr
'was in iinnor or Airs, .lames iiotigu
nnd Miss Helen Hough of Stockton,
California. Itofrcshmcnls were serv
ed In the dining room, nnd tea wits
pourrd by the pretty young hostess
nt a lahlo decorated with blun hydran
geas nud maidenhair font. Tho blos
soms weio arranged In u cut glass
bowl that was placed on a Cluny
laco centerplcco. Tho highly polish-
cd tablo was covered with dollies to
match. The hostess poured the tett
ut ono end of the table, her guests
being seated on either sldo of tho
long table, Delicious viands were
served by Japanese maids. Mrs. Rob
ertson's guests wore Mrs. James
Hough, Mrs. Itobert Shingle, Mrs.
Cleghnrn, Miss Helen Hough, Miss
Grace llobertson, Mrs. Georgo Curry,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Philip Wright
son nre pinvlng qutlc tin addition to
Iho Boelal llfo at Fort Shatter. Lieu
tenant Wriglttson was stationed nt
Foil Shatter bofoio his marriage.
Dliectly after that event ho was or
dered to the Philippines, where they
lmvo been icslding for over n jeir
Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Wrlghtson nro
popular, not only anion; the servleo
set In Honolulu, hut arc universally
liked by the lownfolk ns well, and
every one Is delighted that they nro
to stay In tho Islands for the next
If its new you will find It nt Jor
Stocks are now complete In our
NAVY SERGE SUITS
WHITE SERGE SUITS
PONGEE AUTO COATS
KHAKI WALKING SKIRTS
Alterations free of charge and guaranteed.
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