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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY B, 1911.
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kft.mkJ7. EST. Wi nnel winter entertainments have lieeiilornil.ii
LSSRl KjB ' singularly liatielsoino In tliclr orlRlnnt- Mr. anil
Tlio Mlixet JfcClir-'iloy Knlerlnln.
Miss Until nntl Miss Mnrtlm Mc
Chesney cntertnlftcel nbout twenty
mo or their frlenels nt their liotne on
Wpclneitlny cvcnlnK. Tlio entertain
input was plvcn In lionor of Miss
l'c.irl l.ulsy nml Mr. Charles Jitmkor,
both of San Krnnclsco. Tlio first part
of tlio evening wns dovoteil to Ramon,
nt tlio conclusion of which prizes
wore awarded. Miss Knnnlo Hooks
won n hcntitlfitl rIIvo button box, and
Mlsa Hii7ol Iluckliind a beautiful
handkerchief -box. These trophies
were won In KiicaslnB contests. Mr.
Percy NottnRo won a book, and Mr.
''rank 1 longs a handsome piece of
illvcrwaic. After tho games dnnclnn
wns Indulged in for tlio remainder of
the evening. Shortly lifter ten o'clock
delirious refreshments were served.
Tho McChesney homo on the corner
of Knwnlo street and Wilder iivcnuo
was beautifully decorted with scarlet
Tarnations nnd ranldcnbnlr fern.
Among those present wcro tho
Misses McChesney, Miss Peary Ialsy,
Mhm Marjorlo Oilman, Miss U'ltira
Atherton, Miss Ituth Klcharils, Miss
Margaret Chapln, Miss Hazel liuck
Innd, Miss Carrlo' Mclean, Miss Ktbel
McKenr.le, Miss Muriel Itowntt, Miss
Huth Super and Miss Marlon Schaef
cr; Mr. Clarence .luinkor, Mr. Robert
Thompson, Mr. Dnvo Ijirsnn, Mr.
J''rank 1 longs, Mr. I'ercy Nottngo, Mr.
Tluirlcs Mclioan, Mr. Donald Uoss,
Mr. Cyril lloogs, Mr. William Ouelc
klrk, Mr. Ned Diirnham, Mr. Cyril
Damon nnd Mr. Reynold McQrevv.
H .Major nml .Mrs. TlmlicrlnkcN Dinner.
Commander Jcphson of tho Kngllsh
cruiser Challenger, who has become
Mich a social facorllo In Honolulu,
wns the guest of honor at ono of tho
Handsomest dinners or tun season,
tat was given by Major and Mrs. I'M
ward .1. Tlmberlako. Thn command
ant of Fort linger have been giving
a series of beautiful dinners, nnd
none of them Imvo exceeded In charm
or beauty the function given this
week. Their quarters at Kort Rllger
wero filled with cut flowers and
palms. Tlio color scheme In tho din
ing room wns entirely in pink nnd
blue. A tall French basket filled
with Mun hydrangeas adorned the
table. The outer edgo of tho basket
wan bordered with palo pink enchant
ress carnations Intermingled with
maidenhair Tern. Tlio handlo was
lied with n paplllon bow of pink
tulle. l.ouls IV silver candlesticks
shaded with silver fllagrco shades
lined with pink satin added to tho ef
fectiveness of tho decorations. Spe
cial tribute can bo paid Major and
Mrs. Tlmberlako for their summer
PLAIN MESSALINES, ALL PURE SILK, Green, White, Pale
Pink, Navy, Cardinal, Black, Nile, Coral, Brown,
Ivory, etc., at 65c yard
NEW PERSIAN WAISTINGS, 27 inches wide ,at....75c yard
FANCY KIMONA SILKS, 27 inches wide 75c yard
FLORAL CREPE DE CHINE, Beautiful Patterns, at $1.25 yd.
HEAVY MESSALINES, 20 inches wide, Cardinal, Coral,
White, Black, Sky, Copen, Lavender, Old Gold, Pjnk,
etc., at . r $1.25 yard
nnd winter entertainments have been
singularly handsome In their orlglnnl
Ity. Among thorc who attended
Thursday ovcnlng's dinner wero Ma
jor and Mrs. Ml ward .1. Tluiberlnko,
Commander JcpliMin of the Challeng
er, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Kiederlck
Wall, Captain nnd Mrs. John Stuart
Johnson, nnd Miss Agnes Walker.
Mrs. HmiKli'.i Dinner.
I'alc pink hlgonlas nnd Australian
mnldcnlinlr fern ornamented the din
ner tnblo Thursday evening, when
coers weio laid for ten. The guest
cards were artistically done In wa
ter colors. Tho center of the tublo
was banked with blgonlns and ferns.
Doutonnloros of violets for the men,
and corsago bouquets made of tho,
Rninn vnr niv n I nupru nnpn ,i ....n,i
place nnd wcro worn during the eve
ning. Thursday night tho Royal Ha
waiian Hand played nt tho Seaside
Hotel. Tho dinner was glcn In tho
largo dining room overlooking tho
sen. The music during dinner made
n plcnsant diversion. Those who en
Joyed this pleasant entertainment
given by Mrs. nnd Miss Hough wcro
Miss Mnry Cation, Miss Kmina I,ynns,
Miss Ronnie Catton, Lieutenant
Vanghn, Mr. Richard Catton, Mr.
Henderson, Mr. Percy Clcgbnrn, nnd
Mr. nnd Mri. .Iiiialciin's llcmse Purl).
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. It. .Inmleson enter
tained nt Hnnainaii bay nt a week
end party In lionor of their sister,
Miss Jnmleson, from New Zealand,
who la visiting them In their Manna
Volley homo. The parly drove out to
tilts beautiful home situated nenr Ko-
ko Head ami enjoyed tho hospitality
or Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmleson on Satur
day and Sunday. Among thoso who
enjoyed this outing wore Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jnmleson, Mrs. .lames Hough,
Miss Jnmlcsnii, Miss Helen Hough,
Mr. Percy Cleghorn, and others.
Mrs. Hepburn's Luncheon.
Mrs. Harry Marlln Hepburn wns
ono ot this week's luncheon hostesses.
Tho tnblo decorations wcro carried
out with graceful sprays or tho golden
shower, which Is m beautiful at this
t linn or the year. Tho plnco cords
wero Inscribed with tho hostess'
monogram In gold. Among thoso
present wcro Mrs. Harry Marlln Hep
burn, Mrs. Joseph Sheedy, Mrs.
James .ludd, Miss Dwincll of San
Francisco, Miss Vera Damon nnd Miss
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllder's Supper.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Wilder enter
tained Informally ot their beach
homo Sunday evening In honor or
Captain Farquar ot tho English cruis
er Kent. The sweet scented Ha
waiian Pnmnria blossom, combined
with mnllp, made n pretty table dec-
ON MONDAY MORNING- we will place on Special Sale a large shipment of Fashionable
Silks, including nearly every style and design that is now in fashion. The lines are very exten
sive and the fine showing will mean quick sales. We are confident that for variety, excellent value,
and a grand assortment this display is the finest ever shown in Honolulu. Some of the lines can be
seen in our two big windows, and the following are only a portion of this purchase:
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Among those who enjojed
Mrs. .lames Wllder's lins-
pltallly wcro Captain Faniuar of It.
M. S. Kent, Professor and Mrs. M. M'supper Dunce and Swimmlncj Party.
Scott, Mrs. Holmes or Oakland, Mr. MlsM Uciulellou Neiinun will eiit.r-i
and Mrs. M. V. Pressor, Miss Witlo of JfllllI ,,,,, lirtnrtlP011 lU Imnilm?
California, Miss Marlon Scott, tlia,llirtj. il( ,nlmr r M, (0rKu nu.
Ilrttlsh Consul Ralph (I. Korstrr,
Lieutenant Ouyler, U. S. N., nnd oth
ers. Jfr. diaries llnliln Ill's l.nnrlicnti,
Wednesday iiftcrnoon Mrs. Charles
Ilatdwln entertained In honor of Mrs.
William Murdock nnd Mrs. William
Ilaldwln of Maul. Tho setting for tho
pretty affair was Charley Baldwin's
artistic new bungalow In Munoa Val
ley. Tho luncheon wns very pretty,
mt extremely Informal. Covers wore
arranged for six. Among thoso pres
ent wcro Mrs. Duncan Murdock, Mrs.
William Raldwln of Haiku, Maul,
, Mrs. (leoi-cn Kinney of Knhukit, Mrs.
!;. I). Ilaldwln, nnd others.
Mn. Uarducr Vllder's IHiincr,
I.u. .i.,.. m.. n.i. WH.IO-
Fn ,, .llnnnr ,.rl nl hnr l,.l... 1704
r. .. v. ... ij v. .,
Annpunl street, In honor of Mr. nml , , " ' ' "' ',
Mrs. Oerrlt P. Wilder. Later In tho I'"1"1'-, M' ,iM,e ;l,sl , ""'-".". ''
evening the party motored to tl,e(n."v M.m:r,,rl"n, Mr' v',l,,r ."''' '
.Colonial Hotel, where they attended
Dr. nnd Mrs. James .luild's dancing
party. Those present nt the dinner
were Mrs. Onrdncr Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander J. Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. Oerrlt Wilder, Major and Mrs.
Kdwnrd J. Tlmberlako, nnd others.
Capliilu Firvth-'.H Dinner.
Captain Forsythn of tho Fifth Cnv
nlry gnvc it dinner Tuesday at thn
University Club In honor of Cnptoln
KnllS, II. S, A. The dinner wns 111
tho nature of a 'Farowell," as the I
guest of honor left Thursday on the
transport Sheridan for tho mainland.
Miss Fannie llnng's Irmirlng I'arlj..
Tho Harvard colors of red and
whiten will bo utilized In the decora
tions for the danrlng party that Is to
be given by Miss Fannie lloogs nt
her resldonco on Mnklkt street. Tho
event Is to bn In honor t,r Iter brother,
Mr. William lloogs, who recently re
turned from Harvard, where ho Is
taking u course of studies. A ninn-'
her ot Harvard pcnWnts will bo In
troduced In tho decorations. Tho
programs are artistic affairs tied
with red nnd whlto ribbon. At half
after ten, n delicious buffet supper
will bo served. Among (hoto who
will bo present nrc Miss Fannie
lloogs. Miss Murjorle Oilman, Miss
Jessie Kennedy, Miss Cordelia Oil
man, Miss Juliette Atherton, Miss
Ruth McChesney, Miss 1 .a lira Ather
ton, MUs Hello McCorrlslon, Miss II.
White, Miss Ruth Richards, Miss
Kthcl McKenzIe. Miss Martha Mc-
Chesney, Miss Marguerite Crclghton,
Miss Murgarct Rcstinlck, Miss Mode-
Showing of New Silks
FIRST SHOWING MONDAY MORNING
lino Hows, Miss RiiIIi Hopcr, Miss
Myrtle Hchiitu.inii, .Mian Hazel Muck-
land, Miss V Mclenti, Mr. ami Mrs,
Harry Nlchnl, Mr. William llongn,
Mr Robert Thompson, Mr l)ae l.ur-
son, Mr. Robert McCorrlsInn, Mr.
Krank lloogs, Mr. Jack (luaid, Mr.
; William Oudeklik, Mr Reynold Mc-
(new, Mr. Harold (ie.ir, Mr. Cyill
lloogs, Mr. Atherton Richards, Mr.
Richard Cation, Mr. K.irllng llede
inati, Mr. Robtrt Cation. Mr 0.ear
MtCorrlstoii, Mr, Claicnee White, Mr.
Charlie McWavnc. nnd others.
giTiild nnd Mls Gladys Pearn of Oak
tjnil. The putty of young people will
motor nut to the Kd Mclucrny place
at Walklkl, where Mr. and Mrs. George
Itoillel: nnd Mlw (leraldlne Neiiinaiiare
stopping fur two month Hefore sup
per the hotcns and hir gueslH will
take a swim III the briny deep. At 7
o'clock a buffet nupper will bo served.
After llib elaborate ripnst, the cin-
INK Will lie IU.,Hl.U U U.llll'lUK. Ainilllg
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..,-, inv......... .... .. ,,,.,.., ,m
are Mrs. C A. I rrger, Mrs Henry Mae-
firlane Miss Htzgerald Mhs Pearn.
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(Jeorgo Potter. Miss Ml,,, Ilcrger. Miss
Jessie Kennedy, MNs Margaret Wat-.
tei unci Mrs. Witters of Il.rkclcy.MI-sl
Hattle l.ucas, Miss Violet Makee. Mr.
T'''1 'o"Per. Mr. Hurling tlcdem.in.
' " Sal" Wlllkcr, J!r. 1M 1 1 I'll n ,,, , , II .
. . ., f,,,,!,,.. xi (v,I...m -.......-
r. (Irllforil Whitney, Mr. S. Kennedy
i nnd others.
At the home of Mr. ami M,s. .Incurs
Kleiner. Walklkl, on Saturday eve, dug,
Julv 1, Miss Josepliliic Plinsi i, "teli, and
Mr. .loin, Owen Grlllllhs were married
Rev Smith of the Metlmcllht church
performed the simple ceremony. On
inttt.uiit of Hip deep nmciriilng In the
'Stelu home, the nffalr was very quiet
I1""' wnnesseo oniy oy i, , ,ll,.ua
friends ot the bride and groom,
Mile, Cable Lucas Entertained,
Ulst evening Miss C.cllle I.ik.ch en
tertalneil luf i.rm.llly a lew friends In
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honor of her i oiislii, .Miss jarn Lucas.
who will leave Wednesday on the Hi
ll r:i for Huston. ,
Miss I.'inma I.; cms will lenvo on
Wednesday on tho Sierra for Cali
fornia, wheio she will be the guest
of Mrs. Fnuicls William Smith of
Oakland. Mrs. Smith was Alice Mc
Cully, ilnughlor or Mrs. McCully lllg
gins who visited Tor several months
ill tho Moniia Hotel last winter. MIbs
Lyons Is very popular; not only among' vnllcy liome. They IcH Thuisday on
tib civilians, biiluiiie),ig tho nuvy set, the liuusporl Sheridan liiuu.l for
ns well. Tho officers or tho Pacific, Wasblng'on. D. C, wheio tho Major
fleet mo planning to entertain exlen-i will ntlcnd hchool. Although this gal
slvcly for her, If tho cruisers am iitjlnut olllrer was piomoted recently to
Miss Ruth MeCliesncy will leave
August IRth on the s'oamer Williel-
mliin for it trip to the IC'ist. Miss
McChesney will visit her aunt mid
uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy McChumc) ;
tho foimcr Is it prominent husliicas
WHITE AND COLORED BROCADED SATINS, 5 shades, 20
inches wide at 90c yard
NEW FOULLARDS in 25 Afferent designs, specially priced
at 50c yard
KOBE SILKS in White, Cream, Sky, Red, Black, Navy, Co
pen, Old Gold, Coral, Nile, Pink, Dard Green and
Lavender, at 35c yard
NAT0MA SILKS, White Grounds, Dark Stripes, (Wash
able), at 50c yard
man In Now York rlly, where tlicy
icsl.lo. Miss McCliesney is not oiilj I
ery pretty, lint In veiy -i itlnr nu.l !
win no grcinv inissc.il. it is to lie
hoped that she will put rairy mil her
plan of leinulnltm away for n enr.
On her way to New Vbrk she will
top In Aluuc'da nml make a two
weeks' lslt with hci i,ilerii.il griiul
rather and grandmother.
Ml till hard Cat on who I "turned u
few weckii nv fiom llciston Tieh ,
will gle a unall and luforiuil dull
ing p.nl Wi'diiesil:i exenlng In hU
fi lends at bis holm: on Kln:iu meet.
Mr. and Mis. Tennoy Perk, Mis
A. Newton Lock an I Master Newton
Peck aio IcnWir; tod i.v for Knhili,
where they lire planning to occupy
the Cecil llinwn place mill hciiool
opens. Mr. and Mrs. Peck will vecy
likely glo .a iiuniher of week-end
pailles. 'Ihej are such universal
faoiltes Hint een dining the two
monlha that p will be away their
absence will be roll In moiety clicloj.
Captain Oauiit of the U-igllsh
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cruiser, utter u short Illness, returned
,, (,k ,, , r ,,, ,,, ThmH.
,, f), am)mll uf ,.,,
,.,, ,,, K,cn ,,, , ,
"a,,! ' ,l,p '-"' nelil pleasures
,, ,,,, 1)CeM ,,,, fcr ,,,,
Tlln ,,,. ,,. ..11P, ,.. ,,.,.,.
,hc,ini,lll0lI ,r re, epHon daNs ilur-
j,iir the snmn,. i,n,lt,. I.l ,vl:i I ,
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"'o llrb Hldny In October.
Colonel Wilder, e-.mniai.dmit of
l.ellchin, s enl 'Ihiirnl.iy liml I'llday'
or this week In town ami has been
extensively cnlctt'ilncil by his numer
Mis. Dunein Muicloek Is conva-
lesclng idler a sellout operation tor
' liituor at tho Queen's Hoipllal, and
for Hie part week Ins been slopping
with Dr. and Mrs. William Ilaldwln
nt theli homo In Manot Valley. Mis. I
Muiiloek left .veslerday for her homo
Mm. C. II. Wood and omig sou an I
daughter me spending the month ot
Jul) on the windward side of the
Island. Dr. Wood motors over fre-
'fluently and enjoys Hie co,,l cllniiln
thai tho other tildu or tho It-hind al
Ml. S. M. DuiU'iu, lifter it prolonged
Illness lu Hie linen's Hospital, ro-
tuiiied to his homo on Nuiiaim avenue
this week, ami Is feeling more like
his olel seir. i
Major and Mt.i, Walcutt have been
vUlllncz thn Misses llartwell lu their
Major, he Is still stationed In tho
Fifth ('avail. v. and IT that icglmeiit
Is slutlete'd nt Lellehua a .vear front
now. Major unit Mir. Walcutt will
ictiirn to Schofleld Rarracks
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Lewis and lliolr
son, Denial I, will ictiirn lu August
MISS BLACKSTONE TO SING
t j H
MISS .SYLVIA lll,( hSMIM:, Till: IM.VI'I MULSH LI) I.VI lt.LT,
WHO I.S A VLSIKII! IN IKI.MILI LC.
Miss Sjhl.i Illackslcme lltu AiiMtra- the patronace or II S II. Pr.me Kran-
llan contralto united I, re from 8vil-,r,H "r T,'tlv' ,"t' K,rl "r K11""'"'..
...... ...i. ...... . .., I ller (lure the lnclie.s if Poitl.ind and
ne, tht. inrt steam,, will ic- ,
main unlit July lUlh. Ml. ,;,,, l!llliclt t,L. b.rltcme.
Miss Illaeketnne Ice hid the ml- who was s'i popul ir will, Hon dulii's
ant.igo ,.f Kiigllbli and Ccuitliientnl intirlrnl ac t pviircd on the same- pin
experiences, liming studied with Mu-j giam with Mlrs lllaekstoiie. In t lit
dam (Irass-MonN, ihi eminent Ic.ieh-i 'aft conceit In London. Miss lllick
er of vocal culture In her la .1 con-1 Hone will give a lecltal In Honolulu
ecit in Knglaiid the appealed under! later In tho season.
'I he ll.iil pl.iuui c ,i In,, aiKifiiii in,
world, bill the tlio had u longing tj.'
Hawaii nel" and decided to return
as quickly as polblo to ,o 1st mils.
Mr. Donald Ross will ictiirn to
Callloiiila to lime In enter the au
tumn t.'im or the Ulilvcrallv or Call-,
Ml m: Mmjnle Oilman will letve
Honolulu in AiiipisI f.r Ito Ion. M is.
wheie the will inter In tho full leim
nt ll.iua Hall. Min.i Ollui'eii Is ou
or the uoeial rivorltes In Honolulu.
on I will be iiiIiimmI dm lug her
ubsenrn at the Co est.
Mis. OiisCiv f-'cliacri" liai be-n the
i. ell lent of ininy Hon cos dinlug lu r
brief lllnisu at tho Quei'ii's Hospital.
None of the jcinn'; ncittous mo luoie
popular lliiin Mi?. Scbnorcr mid her
many fi lends mc dellghled that she
will Bo "i,. and nround" very shoillv.
Mr T. S !. Nlko of llii"j,erlklil.
Ceil., nnneiuuies the engage lit of bis
daughter l.ulu to .Mr. Wallace llrattoi,
of .Manila Miss lie Nil..- has Hindu her
limne In lliiuolcilu for the past tour
l)r mnl Mrs. Uiiymmul and Miss
VI..IU Makee will leave Tuesday for
t'lupalakii.t Ilauili. 011 .Maul, where
the.v will spend two iiionths .Miss
"attic nnd Miss Mary Lucas me ne-
NEW PLAID SILKS, Excellent Pattern, in 15 designs,
at $1.00 and $1.50 yard
LAURETTA SHANTUNG, Navy, While, Black, Sky, Copen,
Pink, Coral,, Natural and Dark Green at 35c yard
PRINTED SILK DIMITY, Light and Dark Grounds, in 10
Styles, at 50c yard
NEW PONGEE SILKS, 27 and 36 inches wide
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.75 yard 65c, 75c,
TAFFETTAS, Every Width, All Cololrs, from 65c to $1.50 yd
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". oinp ni.vliig tbTiii an'cT will be tlfelr
gee ts for s we, ks
Mlsa Sara Lucas will leave on the
Siena, with her gran liuother, Mrs.
Vi CeiiilHe ii i"i loilto to lloston,
Miirr., where she will visit Mr. and
Mis. Clinics tion'on Dennett. The
former It Instructor of music In tlio
Pnstoii Conservatory. In the spring
of 111 1 2 Mr. and Mrs. Iteun-lt are
, , ,,.. .,. tr,, , ,.,lrs tt0r,;
,.. rr,er will ,tti, r-c. sK mouths
or a year. In that ease Miss Lucai
tt s vvllli Ibeni an I tiavel exte
Ivelv i"i Hie ICuropci'i rontlueni.
This iuieg islil has nlwnvs b-en .1
social r.tvoiltu lu the llsliuds, mid
tier abse'iie will lu'ifie u soeliil vnM
that will be full by her fi lends.
Mr. and Mis. Will Ilaldwln nnd two
,.1,11,1, ,,r Mnul have i,ee ncliin..i
(. , ,.,, H,.uk nt le Alux. ,.
pieirei-Mir nnd .Mrs. Mp.nl of Chi-
,..,(, n(,,(, H,.P H. huorIh hi, Hiii
Foind, of July of Mr. mid Mrs. James
Caall,' at their ountiy plitcp, "Tho
Mr A N. Campbell, Mr Robert
Hhlnglo. Mr Charles Stanton, Mr.
Harry Whitney and Mr Oeorgu lleck-
,.y cjoyed 11 htintlng trip rrom Snt-
riiay t Monday at lleeaula, where
eloves aro very plentiful.