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NO CESSATION IN
SUMMER MONTHS CONTINUE GAY ROUND DINNER
DANCES TO BE FEATURE NEXT WEEK MANY DE
LIGHTFUL AFFAIRS PLANNED.
31ri. George CiirterN I.unrlicon.
'. Miss niancho Dnlncll, tlio liouso
'guest of Dr. and Mrs. James Judd.
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was the motif for a pretty lunch-on
"that was given jestcrday by Mrs.
"George Carter. Twelve cocrs cnclr-
'clcd the handsomely appointed table.
The placo cards were dainty baskets,
Oiled with hothouse flowers. A tall
vnso of beaten silver graced the cen
ter of the table Among tho guests
who enjoyed Mrs. Carter's hospitality
were 'Miss Itlaiiclie Dwlnell, Mrs.
James Judd, Mnr. George Potter,
Mrs. Holmes of llerkoley, Mrs. Oci
rlt Wlldor, Mrs Alexander J. Camp
bell. Mrs. James Wilder, Miss IMIth
"Covvlcs, Miss Helen Achilles, Miss
Catherine (lood.ilo and Mist Marlon
Mrs, V. llnllnvinj's Luncheon.
Friday nfternoon Mrs. Carl Hol
low ay entertained at an elaborate
luncheon that was given at the Hotol
Colonial Tho affair was ghen In
honor of sovernl friends of Mrs Hoi-'
lowny who were passing through Ho
nolulu on the Chlyo Mnru.
Sllsi J.aura ott Kntrrt.ilns
' Miss I-anni Nott, tho dnugtcr of
Mrs. Georgo Sherman, was hostess at
nji Informal supper dance that was
'given Tn honor of Miss Vera Damon,
., 5mho3oavcsUha.ftrst..jyclc.. In. August
jyor nn extended European trip. Cov
flers wero nrranged for eleven guests
''h "&nd tho charming young"liostcss. 'Tho
IcolortBchcmo was entirely In yellow.
;,The tnblo was set on the largo mauka
llanal. Fragrant' jollow lels of flower
jM .jjKlnger were found at each one of the
sr Jwozen places and were donned and
fori; auriug ine evening, me corner
f tho tablo was banked with tho
Olden showers. Strands of smllnx
and ginger wero festooned from thej
chandelier and caught at the corners
the table. With tho Innumerable
Jf iiincaouesccnt electric ngnts, cohered
may be overcome
by a warm bath
This week w are showing a larg lint of patterns) alto tho Olivo Drab for Indian Sulti. Beit quality,
Our stock of this popular dross material hat boon replenished, many new detigne being thown; fait colore.
per yard. .
N. S. SACHS
Ladies will find tho latest
The "ONYX" H08E aro
A new stock of 16-Dutton
with fluffy cllow shades, fashioned to
, resemble flowers, the scene was In-
i cJ 1'ke fairylan.l. During mipper a
Hnwnllun quintet club played and
Intcr fllrn,BllC(1 lnU8,c for ,innclng.
Mss Laura jj0tf8 guests were Miss"
Vera Damon, Miss Hcntrlcc Castle,
'Ml"8 Holt. Miss Helen Achilles
and .1HB9 Jessie ienncay, Air. ucrucri
Dow sett, Dr. Ferdinand Hcdemann,
Mr Stanley Kennedy, Mr. Kobcrt
Thompson, Mr Dickson Nott nnd Mr.
Sherman l.ow rey.
MImi Cooper's Mouse Parly.
Mr. and Mrs. Hrnest Kopko Jr.
chaperoned at a houo party that was
glen at the peninsula homo of Judge
and Mrs. Henry Cooper from Satur
day to, Monday. On this occasion tho
eldest daughter, Miss Alice Cooper,
was tho hostess The party motored
to Pearl Harbor Saturday morning.
The Cooper residence Is one of the
most pretentions on tho ncninsuln. '
nnd li well ndapted for parties.)
Among those who participated In this
enjoyable outing, besides the hostess
and chaperons, wero Miss Hollo mc-
Lornsion, miss wary ocnncier, F ,
ucrtna kopkc. sir. tea uoopcr, wr., montns wlth Mr. nnd Mrs. jorK0
nobort Catton. Mr. Ilcrt Clark nnd Uo(Ilck nt t10 Mclncrny place at Wal
Mr. Ilobcrt McCorrlston. klk(( was ono ot tlls week's host-
esses nt a delightful swimming party.
Mrs. Ilobcrt ltoud'.H Luncheon. ,, !,ThoaJfalr was gjven Jn.honor.of, Uic
Monday Mrs. Ilobcrt Uond enter-'visiting members of tho Kappa Kappa
talard-ln honb'r'lot-her'.ilsUt-inilaw.rGiunma Sorority;. Attar' a 'dolltEhiful
Mrs. Sidney Klfiton of California. J swim In the briny deep, a delicious
White, asters, maidenhair fern and buffet ten was served. Miss Neumann
streamers of smllax were tho means g well versed In the art of cntcrtnln
of an effectho nnd artistic decoration. J trig, and her social entertainments are.
Tho place cards were hand painted, always enjoyable. Among jesterda'y's
with white nnd green woodland flow-guests were Mrs Nolson Baker tum
ors. Thoso seated around the benutl-i sing. Miss Alice Mjicfarlane, Miss
fill tablo were Mrs. Robert Dond, Elizabeth Witter, Miss Margaret Hns
Mrs. Sidney Klston, Mrs. Witter and cltlne, Miss Edith Williams, Miss Mar-
Miss Witter of Ilei-kcley, Miss McKlb-
ben and. Miss Lcnorn Salzlg of Berke
ley. Mrs. Itlrhard Ircru' Luncheon.
Mrs. Illchard Ivors, who Is a mem
ber ot tho Kappa Kappa Gamma So
rority, entertained Tuesday in honor
'of tho visiting members of that ex
clusive frnternlty. Before luncheon
a refreshing dip was taken In the
fresh water plungo. Later "tiffin"
was served on tho lawn, underneath
the spreading tropical trees. The fra
ternity colors were utilized as a deco
ra tho scheme. Mrs. Illchard hers'
guests were Mrs. George Potter, Miss
Anna Tucker, Mrs. M. M. Scott, Mrs.
Witter of Berkeley, Miss Marlon Scott,
Mrs. Gooding, Miss Leila McKlbben,
Miss Helen Bannan, MIbs Lcnora Sal
elg, Miss Edith Harmon, Miss Anita
Ebner, Miss Roberta Haslett, Missing were Miss Pauline Bchaefcr, Miss
Marjorle Gardiner, Miss Anita Cretlln, Daphne Damon, tho Misses Jones,
Gloves, Hosiery and
and most complcto stock of hosiery to
the best, and guaranteed. Wo have all
White Chamois Gloves, tho kind that
MISS TESS CLONAN,
Who Will' Wed Mr. V; L.
Miss Marian Mitchell, Miss Margaret
Hascltlnc, Miss Elizabeth Witter and
Miss Margaret Wlttor.
JIUh (leraldlnc Neumann's Swimming
Mlsa (jeraidno Neumann, who Is
spending a portion of tho summer
caret Witter, Miss Lelln McKlbben,
Miss Ilelon Bannan, Minn Anita Eb
ner, Miss Lcnora Salslg, Miss Edith
Harmon, Miss Anita Gardiner, Miss
Roberta Haslett, Miss Marian Crcllin,
MIbs MarJorTo Gardiner, Miss Fitzger
ald, Miss Pcano and others.
The Misses Jones Kntertaln.
Misses Helen and Margaret Jones
entertained nt a s'wlmmlng party Fri
day afternoon. Tho bevy of yourig
girls went by train to tho peninsula.
Tho hostesses wero at Pearl Harbor
to meet them. From there a launch
was taken to Ford's Inland, whero a
refreshing swim was enjoyed. The
party returned In time' for luncheon,
that was served "picnic fashion," un
derneath the trees of tho W. W. Hall
place, where tho Jones are staying.
Thoso who enjoyed thU delightful out
select from In this department.
colors, in Cotton, Silk, Lisle and Silk,
wash easily and always retain their soft
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HONOLULU, T. H- 8ATURDAY, JULY
Miss Elizabeth Carter, Miss Genevieve
I Young, Miss May Gibbons, Miss Hast
ings and others;
Mrs. Joseph. Atherton's Luncheon.
MrB. Joseph Atherton entertained
Friday nfternoon nt "I.uiiknha" at
luncheon In honor ot Mrs. Sccrnnco
I of lllto. This mountain resort Is
famed for Its roscH. Different arle
tles of roses wero used on tho tablo
that had been "culled" from the gar
den; nn accessory of mahlcnhnlr fern
was used. Among those who enjojed
Mrs. Joseph Athcrton's hospltnlity
wero Mrs. Socrance, Mrs. Ilcnjamln
F. Dillingham, Mrs. William Ualdlng
of Hllo, Mrs. Ernest Clark and others.
Mrs. A. II. Turleton's llrldge Pnrlr.
Mts. A. II, Tarjcton entertained Fri
day nftornoon nt n bridge party In
honor ot hor sister, Miss Dutot, who
has recently returned from a trln
through tho eastern part of tho United
States. Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Tnrleton was prottlly decorated with
red Bnd whlto carnations and maiden
hair ferns. Tho pretty prizes wero
won by Mrs. IL T. Moore, Mrs. 11.
Frazlcr and Mrs. William Lucas.
Among thoso lmlted to meet Miss
Dutot were Mrs. William SchmldU
Mrs. Zcno K. Myers, Mrs. Henry
Cooper, Mrs. Charles Frnslr, Mrs.
Charles Hon, 'Mrs. IL It. Ileldford.
Mrs. Farmer, Mrs. Marston Campbell,
Mrs. Dumnlt, Mrs. Janet Gatilt, Miss
h. Sax, Mrs. William Lucas, Mrs. Wal
tor E. Wall, Mrs. John Johnson, Mrs.
John DroW, Miss Edna Lindsay, Mrs.
T. H. Petrlo, Mrs. F. Dcfrlcst, Mrs.
Porcy Morse, Mrs. IL G. Moore, Mrs.
Frazlcr of San Francisco nnd others.
Mrs. IL V. WnffcttsWakncbeWS,
Mrs. Sccrance of Hllo, who has
been tho house .fUostdrf'.Mr. Mil Mre.
Ilcnjaniln F. ' Dlllln jhfcm,'". wasltlfo
complimented '.'nicst 'ilk, a' luncheon
that was glvcn'jby Mrs;, Dillingham.
Handsome hand-painted placo cards
designated the rJght places, and; hot
house flowers' added to'th) "beauty of
tho richly appointed table. Those
present were Mrs. Benjamin F. Dil
lingham, Mrs. Severance, Mrs. Charles
Adams of Chicago, Mrs. Elcn. Weaver,
Miss Armstrong, Mrs, Mead ot Chi
cago, Mrs. W. W. Hall and Miss Annie
Mrs. K. K. Pavton's Bridge Luncheon.
American Beauty roses graced tho
luncheon table nt which Mrs. E. E.
Paxton presided as hostess Wednes
day. This entertainment was an ex
ceptionally pretty affair. An abund
ance ot long-stemmed American
Beaufyj-oscs vjere .used; throughout
tho dlntngroomjand in the drawing
room. After luncheon Mrs. Paxton
and her guests Tlcvoted the afternoon
to bridge Those' present wore Mrs.
E. E. Paxton, Mrs. V. Day, Mrs. Ar
thur Davidson, Mrs. George Klougcl,
Mrs. Marston Campbell, Mrs. 'Thomas
Wall, Mrs. Dumalt and Mrs. George
22, 1911. u
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SOCIAL EVENTS FOR
THE COMING WEEK
Mr. and Mrs. Ivers' Dinner Dance.
Major and Mrs. Davit' Reception.
Mlti Nora Swanzy's Dinner,
Mlsa Alice Macfarlane's Luncheon.
Mrs. Herbert 8tevent' Tea.
Mr. Stanley Kennedy's Dancing Party.
Mrs. Klebahn'a and Mlts Walker'i
Dancing Party In Honor of Mlts M.
Mrs. Magoon'a Bridge Party. '
United 8ervlce Brldgo Club. I
Mlti Pauline. Schaefer'i Picnic Party.
Mitt Fannie Hoogt Week-end Party.
Wednesday Bridge Club.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Itcm' Dinner Dance.
Ono of the most Importnnt sncfa
ecnl8 for tho ensuing week will be
tho dinner dnnco that will bo ghen
on noxt Friday by Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Ivers. Following is tho form of
Invitation that has been received by
Miss Nora Swan7y,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Ivors
request tho plcasuro of 'your com-
at n dinner dnnco
on Friday evening, July tho
a half after nccn.
Major nnd Mrs. Bails' Iteri'pllnil.
Major and Mrs. Alcxnndcr Dals
will entertain at av reception from
nlno to cloven on noxt Tuesday oen-
lng at their home, 1428 Pllkol street.
About forty friends huori-bpcn In
ltcd. The Rocl'nl function Is being
klven Uri'honoF-ntl Mrs; 'Mont ijow'erl'
Macomb's birthday. A number of
civilians as well ns tho servlco set
havo been bidden to tho affair.
Miss Aora Snnnrj's Dinner.
Miss Nora Swanzy will entertain at
dinner Thursday evening at her home
on College Illlla In honor rof MIsb
Vera Damon nnd Miss Ileatrlco Castle.
Tho two guests will leave on the 5th
of August for nn extended European
Mr. .Stanley Kennedy' Dance.
Thursday evening Mr. Stanley Ken
nedy will bo host nt an enjoyable
danco that 13 to bo ghen at 'tho Out
rigger club. Tho i attractive club
houso and grounds will bo hung with
Japanese lanterns nnd decorated with
college pennants nnd palms.
Miss Pauline Schacfer's Plcnlr Party.
Miss Pauline Schaefer has lmlted
fourteen of bcr 'young friends to a
picnic luncheon that; i3l to 'bo ghen
on Thursday of 'next1 week.1 t
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Xn. Magoon'g Bridge Party.
Mrs. J. Alfred Magoon lll enter
tain Tuesday afternoon at a "brldgo
tea" In honor of Mrs. Wlniors, wlfo
of Captain Winters, U.S. A. Thero
Swiss Embroideries and Insertions
The neweet of tho Summer patterns havo jutt been received. Wo havo firm in all qualities and widths.
Silk Dren Girdles, all shades, $1 each. Marquisette Stamped Wnlet Patterns, 75c each.
EVENING SCARF8, AUTOMOBILE VEILS, DRES8 TRIMMINGS
Plain colore Persian and handsome floral patterns. 20c per yard.
Imported Chinese Silks in Natural Shade
33 .Inches wide, in threo qualities V, $2 and $3.75 per yard.
New ID-inch Silk Messaline, 65e par yard, In every color.
Handsome Foulard Dress Patterns
Only one of each design from $8.50 to $17.50.
Protty new patterns In all-wool Freneh Challlo, 65c per yard.
New Waist Patterns from $2.50. s
";. ) .:..., $$$$33$f
will be six tables of bridge, nnd n
few friends hno been lmlted to tea,
Mrs. Pulnian to Knlerlaln.
Mrs. Putinan, wife of Captain Put
man, will entertain the Wednesday
Bridge- Club nt hor pretty bungalow
nt Fort De Hussy. Appropriate and
pretty prUcs havo been chosen. The
hostess may Invito a tew friends, who
ura not members, In to play, j
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kntidscn's House Parly.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Augustus Knudsen
nro giving n largo house party nt
their beautiful homo on Kmial. Tho
Knudscns are royal entertainers, and
their imitations nro nlwnjs eagerly
accepted. Among tho )oung pcoplo
who will lcao Tuesday for Kauai to
participate In this liouso party arc
Mtus Catherine Goodalc, Miss Laura
Nott, Miss Mario ton Holt, Mr. Ilob
crt Thompson, Mr. Dixon Nott nnd
Mrs. Philip Wood, llnrcsb.ick riding,
motoring and tennis teas will be
among tho forum of cntcitalnmcnt for
Miss Alice MacfarUne't Luncheon.
Miss Allro Mucfnrhino has Issued
Imitations for a luncheon that will
bo given, Tuesday, In honor of hor
liouso guests. Miss Olidjs Piano anil
MIbs tleorglo Fltzgenld.
Mrs. Kleliahn and .Miss Walker's
Mrs. Frederick Klcbahn and Miss
Walker will cutertalit thp lastx.ot.thp
week at n luncheon that is to bo ghen
klkl, where tho Walkers nro sojourn
Ing for tho summer months. Friday.
is tho day that hai been decided for
this pleasant, event.
Mrs. Herbert Meeiis' Teu.
One of tho society events that is
being anticipated Is the tea that Is to
bo given Friday afternoon by Mrs.
Herbert Stevens, wlfo of Pamnstor
Slovens of tho United Stntos Navy.
Pa) master and Mrs. Stevens nio liv
ing nt the Blckerton homo at Wnl-
klkl. Tho gardens surrounding tho
homo nro among the most pictures
que In Hawaii Nel.
United Servlco Bldgc Club.
Mrs Montgomery Mncomb. wlfo o
Genernl Macomb, will prcsldn ns
hostess Mniuliy afternoon at thu
United Service Bthlgo Club. Tho club
members aro so satisfied with the
Hotel Colonial that they have de
cided to meet thero for thu following
Miss lloogs' House Party.
Mr, and Mrs. William Hoogs nnd
family are staying for sovernl weeks
nt their bench home nt Kalmla. Sat
urday and Sunday Miss Fnnnlo Hoogs
will be the hostess at a house party.
$5 j $ j $
J. $$ f
Among hor Invited guests will bo
MIsh Mnrjorlo Oilman, Miss Mario von
Holt. Miss Ruth McChcsney, Mies
Laura Atherton, MlajHarcl Buck
land, Ml s.s Edna Curtis ot Curtlsvllle,
Hawaii, Miss Martha McChcsnc), Mr.
Donald Ross, Mr. II. von Holt, Mr.
Percy NottugV, Mr. Charlie McWnyne, ,
Mrs. Cyril Williams, Mr. Frank Hoog3
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilrure Carturlght's
Eight covers encircled thu hand
some dinner Inblo when Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Cartwrlght Jr. entertained
Wednesday evening nt their artistic
bungalow on Wylllo strecL The en
joyment of the, affair was maricd by
the news of nn uccldcnU'thnt befell
Major and Mis. Edward J. Timber
lake's four-year-old 'son. Tho func
tion was glvnu In honor of tho Mnjor
nnd his charming wife. On their way
up tho valley they stopped nt a
friend's hnuso. While thoro they re
ceived a telephone communication
that their young son had broken his
arm. The course ot tho nutomobllo
was reversed and they arrived nt Fort
Huger In ten minutes' time. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Cartwrlght, who lire gifted and
experienced hosts, tried to enliven
their dinner, but every ono present
felt keenly tho distress of tho Tim
bcilnkos. Among Mr. and Mrs. Cnrt
w right Jr.'n Invited guests wero Minn
Agnes Walker, Miss Edith Williams,
tho two guests of honor, Mr. Mcln
crny ami Mr. Ed Hcdemann.
Mrs. JlrSlnrkrrN Thimble Parly.
Mrs. Winters, wife ot Captain Win
ters, Is tho guest of honor at a thim
ble party that is being given this af
ternoon by Mrs. FranclB McStocker.
Tho" few Intimate trlcnds 'Tliat have
ing have been requested to bring their
Hcwjng. "Thimble" partlosjiro prov
ing n popular inoile of entertainment
In Honolulu durlngktho sultry sum
mer months. Those Invited for this
nfternoon nro Mrs. Winters, Mrs. Ne
ville, Mrs. Joseph Shccdy, Mrs. Ar
thur Marlx, Mrs. Pratt and Mrs. "J.
Alfred Magoon. T '
Rats Garry Disease
germs into the
home and are a
to life, and also the
RAT and ROACH
it a sure exterminator of rats, 'mice,
cockroaches and all vermin. Get
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