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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUG 5, 1911.
GUESTS THE MOTIVE
FOR MANY AFFAIRS
LUNCHEONS, TEAS AND DINNERS GIVEN FOR OUT-OF-
TOWN VISITORS. MR. AND MRS. WALTER DILLING
HAM ENTERTAIN FOR MRS. ADAMS OF CHICAGO.
WEEK IS BUSY ONE.
n AND MH8 WALTER Wnlker (two), Mrs T Italn Walker.
I'll A N C 1 S DIM.INOllAMMlss Ueatrlce Ilaln Walker, Mrs. John
entertained last eenlng al.Straer Mcflrcw, Mrs George Carter,
a beautiful ami elaborate
dinner that was given In
honor of Mrs Charles Atlami
tipt Chicago. White roses ornamented
biiiv ui itDiituiiy uiipuiiiiuu IUU1C, VUI1I-
Mjlned with snillax The dinner avors
weie corf age bouquets of roses and
boutonnleres for the men. Alter dln-
s rer the remainder of the ceulng was
deoted to bridge Those piesenl
. weie Mr. and Mrs Walter Tranclo
;f Dillingham, Mrs. Charles Adams, Gen
hKnl n...l I Mn llnnnmli If. ...! IIih
1.1 i. uuu .inn, maiuiuu, .ill. iiuu nil i.
ijanies Wilder, Mr and Mrs. Oerrll
SkWIlder, GX;Oocmor and Mrs. Gcoige
It. Carter and Governor Walter Freir.
KMro. Jane Walker's Tea
Mrs. Jano Walker entertained from
four to six at an Informal tea th.it
Iwna glen In honor of Mrs. T Halo
; AVnlker nnd Miss Beatrice italn
f Wnlker. Roses were used in gloat
I profusion for the Interior decoration.
Mrs. Jane Walker, Mrs. T. Rain
J Walker. Miss Cordelia Walker and
ImIfs Ueatrlce Walker receded In
M thf. drawing room. This room was
jf filled with potted palms, white HHos
Sand loses. Mrs. Andrew Tuller
fpourcd tea In the dining room, and
'was assisted by Airs Trederlck Kle-
pbithn, Miss Agnes Walker and Miss
Alexander. Small tables decorated
with roses were pliccd In the dining
'mom und In the library. A corpB nfirule.
Japanese, sonants passed dainty re-1 hostess' guests wero Mrs.
jffiVsliiiients. Among those piesent' Adams, Mrs. Waltpr
Mrs. J H. Soper, Mrs. James Wilder,
Mrs Holmes, Mrs. Jack DowsetL Mrs.
Mnefarlane, Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. George
Sherman, Miss Josephine Soper, Mrs.
Frederick Waterhouse, Mrs. Vlsgcr,
Mrs. William Richard Castle, Miss
Beatrice Castle, Mrs. Andrew Fuller,
Mrs. P A. Schaefer, Mrs. Robertson,
Miss Finder, Miss Blanche Soper,
Mrs Paul Isenberg, Mrs. McGauley
of San Francisco, Mrs. Frederick Kle
balm, Mrs. M. M. Scott, Miss Marlon
Scott, Miss Helen Achilles, Miss Alex
ander, Mrs. Alfred CaBtle, Mrs. F- W
Jordan and others.
Mn. Francis Mills Swanzy 'a Lunch,
The social activities of the week
were auspiciously opened by a bridge.
luncheon that was glen Monday by
Mrs. Francis Mills Sunnry Mrs
Charles Adams was the Incentive for
the affair. Tiffin 'was served at
flower-decked tables that had been
placed In the southwest garden, un
derneath tho flowering tropical trees
nnd shady palms. After luncheon
bridge was plned. Tho guest of
honor and Mrs. Walter Dillingham
won the prides, beautifully embroid
ered ten cloths. Any entertainment
that Mrs. Francis Mills Swanzy ar
ranges Is alwnvg enjoyable; Monday's
function proved no exception to tho
Those numbered among the
Rwero Mrs. Jano Walker, tho Misses Covvles, Mrs. Montgomery Macomb,
.Mrs George H. Carter, Mrs. r, H
Day, Mrs. Klllcott, wife of Captain
l'lllcott. It. S. N., Mis. Wnltcr Fraud
Dillingham, Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder, Mrs
Joseph Oilman, Mrs. William Goodale,
Mil. Charles Bryant Cooper, Mrs
George Meade ami Mrs. William Rich
Admiral and Mrs. Cowles' Dinner.
Pink, nnd green waB the color
scheme used at tho dlnndr that was
given Thursday evening by Admiral
and Mis Cowles. Their homo on
Niiuami avenue was beautifully deco
rated for tho occasion. On this oc
casion Dr. Ames nnd Miss Ames of
California were tho motifs for the
dinner. Tho friends of Admiral und
Mrs. Walter Cowles who were Invited
to meet the two guests of honor wero
Mrs Adams of Chicago. Ill, C.iptalii
and Mis. F.dvvnrds, U. S. A., Mr. and
Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Gavlor, U. S. N Captain nnd
ijv-vJ ?mj iISWi sss
THE JOLLIEST DOLL OF ALL
mav be trained and skin
troubles overcome and
prevented, by the use of
HJl'l Hill ui WV.ak.1 17.
Matk r kt.i, $
8ee Them' at
A. B. Arleigh & Co..
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx, U S. M C. nnd
Captain and Mrs. Putnam's Dinner.
Last evening Captain and Mrs. Put
nam of tho Fnglneer Corps, USA
gave ii lie.tutlfuP dinner In honor of
Major ami Mrs. Wootm The color
scheme of .ile bluo anil pink pro
duced n "Frenchy" effect A largo
bowl wns filled with bluu hdniiige.iH,
the outer edge of tho recrpt.icle was
fringed with dellcato pink Fnchan
tress carn'itlons and maidenhair fern
Ihn place cards depleted filolgn
fcenes of travel After dinner several
rubbeis of bridge were tnjojed.
Those present were Captain and Mis
Putnam, Major und Mrs. Wootm, Cap
tain nnd Mrs. Clifton Carter, Miss
Clay and Lieutenant Vuughan
Mr, and Mrs. Lansing's Dinner.
American Beauty roses adorned tho
table at which Mr. nnd Mrs N Uou
Baker Lansing presided its host and
hostess when they entertained at dln
i er Tuesday evening In honor of Mr.
Ross of San Francisco .The plice
cards were also garlanded with roses.
Among those who enjoyed this beau
tiful nlTalr were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Baker Lansing, Mlfcs Elizabeth Witter
of Berkeley, Miss Has-eltyno of Oak
laud, Miss Margaret Witter of Beiko
ley, Mr. Ross, Mr. Dondero nnd Mr.
Mr. Dondero's Birthday Party.
Ihuisduy evening Mr. Dondero eel-,
ebrated his birthday bj Inviting a
coterie of his bachelor friends to din
ner. Dinner was served nt seven
o'clock ul his homo on Matlock ave
nue. Tho decorations wero unique
and beautiful. This dinner was ono
of the most elaborate of the season.
The tablo was banked with "hearts
ease"; the pansles are of a number
of varieties. The place cards weiu
extremely appropriate, being "Indie
lor buttons." Among Mr. Domlein's
guists were Mr. Kd Iledcm.iuii, Ueu
tcn.int Vuughan audi Lieutenant Prlco
of Fort Rugcr, Mr. Robort McCoirls
ton, Mr. Ross of San Francisco, Mr
Herbert Dovvselt, Mr. George Drown
and Mr. Oliver Laii8Jng.
Tramping Party to Manoa Falls.
Admiral ninl Mrs. Walter Cowles,
Captain nnd Mrs. Clark, Lieutenant
nnd Mrs. Pratt, Miss Alice Cooper,
Miss Kill Hi t'owles, Lieutenant nnd
Mrs. Roy Frauds Smith, MUs Julio
MtStockcr, Miss lreno Cooper, Miss
Kutemnn, Miss LydU McStocker, illss
Isnbello Cooler, Miss Mary Schuofer,
Lieutenant Pat son, Lieutenant John
miii, Lieutenant Vuimhan, l.lqulcnant
Price, Lieutenant Salmi nnd L'euteu
uut I'ntdiu will paitlclpato In a. de
lightful ttnmplng trip this afternoon
to tho hend of Manoa Valley. Tho
party will leavo Judgo and Mis.
Coojier's place at four o'clock In the
afternoon nnd will hnvo their supper
nt the picturesque fulls that ure at
the head of the vulley, and will return
to tho city by moonlight.
Lady Heron's Luncheon.
Tho combination of pink roses nnd!
smllax made nil exquisite decoration
at tho luncheon that wns given byi
Lady Heron at Wnlpahii. This so
ciety event wns given In honor of Mrs '
T. Rain Walker and Miss Beatiko'
Rain Wnlker, CoverB whip laid for
Mrs. Gerrlt Wllder's Luncheon.
Mr. Gen It Wllder's luncheon was
ono of tho handsomest affairs of the
week. The function wuh In honor of
Miss Nora Swanzy 'I he prev illlrg
tolor was pink, with dlffeient vaile
tits of hibiscus used on the different
tables. The hand-p.ilntcd plaie cards
weie of the Nora Hw.inry variety.
The luncheon was so beautiful In
each detail that It wjs unfortunate
that the guest of honor was III with
la gilppe and tould not attend. Prior
fo the luncheon n numbei of tho
guests went swimming In tho largo
fresh-water plunge, Among Mrs. fler
l It Wlldei's guests were Mrs. Richard
Ivcis, Mrs. Alfred Castlo, Mrs. Ger
trude Wilder, Mrs. Holmes, Miss
Realrlco Castle, Miss Kthel Spalding
Miss Kdlth Cowles, Miss Vera Damon
Miss Alice Cooper, Miss Mary
Schaefer of Da.vton, Ohio, Miss Helen
AlIiIIIch, Miss Glim in, Miss Alice
Maifarlaue, Miss Minn Beiger, Miss
Cordelia Walker, Miss Roberts MIls
Beatrice Halo Walker, Mlsi Gladvs
Pea rue and Miss Georgia. Fitzgerald
of Oakland, Miss Annbel l-ow and
Canoeing Party In Honor of Sorority
Tuesday evening n number of tho
Honolulu boj s gavo n moonlight party
In honor of the Kapp i Kappa Gamma
girls, who left on tho follow lug day
for California. Tho delightful affair
was given nt tho Seaside Hotel, nnd
was followed by a buffet supper.
SOCIAL EVENTS OF
THE COMING WEEK
General and Mrs. Macomb's Dinner. Mrs. Ceorge Carter's Card Party.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder'. Dance. On Wednesday afternoon August
Mlts Blanche Soper'. Luncheon
Mis. Spaldlng'i, Informal Tea. ,
Mr. George Potter. Bridge. '
Mr.. Arthur Wllder's Luncheon.
Mrs. George Carter'. Card Party.
United Set vice Bridge Club.
Wednetday Bridge Club.
Engagement to be Announced.
Mrs. Baldwin'. Supper.
General and Mrs. Macomb'. Dinner.
Ono of the most notable society
events schtdultd for next week Is tho
dinner that Is to bo given Wednesday
evening; by Gcucrul and Mrs. Macomb
at their home on Kcedtiiiuiku stieet.
Mr. and Mrs. Jame. Wllder's Dance.
Society Is on tho qui vlvu over tliu
approaching dance tint will be given
by Mr. and Mis James Wilder mi
Friday evening, August 11th. This
parly will not be a large affair, nnd
will bo extremely Informal. Tho In
vitations have oven been verbal af
talis Fild.iy night will be "full
moon," nuil the Wlldera' villa by the
ten wheio the dinco Is to bo given
will bo especially ntlractlvo. Mis.
Fdwaid Holmes, the olstcr of Mis
Wilder, Is the Incentive for tho affair
About slxt) Invitations have been
Miss, Blanche Sopcr's Luncheon.
Miss Ilea 1 1 Ice Italn Walker will be
the motif for a beautiful luncheon that
la to bo given b) Miss Blanche Soper
on Tuesdny of next wee't. Covers will
be arranged for tvvelvo und the color
scheme will be blue.
Mis. Eethel Spalding. Four o'clock
Miss Klhel Spildlng will entertain
a do7eu of her ft lends at a small In
foimal four o'clock tea that will bo
given nt her homo on Puliation avenue
Wednesday, August 9lh In honor of
Mlt.s Beatt Ire Rain Walker Only tho
old f i lends of the guest of hoimi have
Mr.. George Potter'. Bridge Party.
"Brhlge" seems to bn tho chief in
version chosen fur tho coming week
In society. A number of card pirtles
aie scheduled for the week. At the
Colonial Hotel, Mrs. Georgo Potter
will entertain six tables of bridge on
Wednesday of next week.
Mr.. Arthur Wilder'. Luncheon.
! 9th, Mrs. Georgo It Carter will en
lertiiln ,tt number of her .friends, utt
.bridge.-- "J ' M"" '-"
.!'- .. n
United Servlcel.Brldge Club. r J, ,'
Mrs. Aitlnir Mfirlx'iVvlll bo tlis bull
osa nt tho Uiiltftd'SorvIra llrldgy Olnll
that will meet,'at.itho(Hi)tel' Colonlil
Mrs. Baldwin's Huppcr I'arfj.
A supper will be given this evening
lit the Colonial Hotel by Mis. Alia
Mrs. Emma Maefarlanc'3 Luncheon.
Covers vveio arranged for fnity
guests when'Mrs. I'niin.i Mm fill inn
cntei tallied Inst Sunday nt lunrlii mi
at Ahiilmnnu. The flagrant, while
ginger blossoms foimed an (xtii'alto
tablo decoration. Tho color seheiuo
for the elaborate affair wns In gie"u
nnd while. Tho place tarda iwero
hand painted with a convention il de
sign. At the conclusion of tho lunch
eon a large mke, decorated with
lighted c indies was put ut the phro
of JIiV. Mncfnrhno. Sunday was her
birthday, and the beautifully deed
laled cako came In the n ituro of a
surprlso. After luncheon, out-of-door
games, such uf tennis vveie injojed.
Just before motoring to their homes
In town the entire party went swim
ming In the large fresh-water plunge.
Among Mis. Finina Maefirliue's
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard
hers, Judge and Mrs. A A. Wilder,
Mr, nnd Mrs. Frederick Macfailane
Mr and Mrs .lurk Dovvselt, Mr und
Mia Genlt Wilder, Mis. J. Wilder,
Mis. Holmes, Mr. and Mis Waller
Dillingham, Mrs. Adims of Chleigo
Mr and Mis Joseph Ollnnn, Mis.
Bruno, Mrs. Liii7, ex-Governor and
Mrs. George Cirter, Mr nnd Mrs
Harry Mnefarlane, Major and Mrs
George Potter. Mi. und Mis Waller
Mnefarlane, Miss Alice Mncfailane
Miss Gernlillue Neumann Miss Fltr
gerald. Miss Pcaine Miss I.nnr, Miss
'Minn Beiger, Mir Helen AHilllci.
I.leulenmt Amlievvs, Mr. Gaylord, Mi.
Will Roth. Mr. F.d Hedemann, Mr.
Herbert Dowsed, Mr. Robert McPor
rlslon, Lieutenant Jackson, Mr. L
Dow sett nnd othois.
Ball at Lellehua Barracki.
A brilliant Miclety function this
week was tho ball given Wednesdiy
evening by tho olllcers of the Cavalry
Mis. Kdwnrd Holmes of Berkeley and Infantry. The function was given
will be the honored guest nt a lunch
eon (hat will be given on Tuesday of
next week by Mrs. Arthur Wilder.
In honor of thq pincers and the wives
of the Field Artillery that anlved on
the last transport.
Immense Crowds Attended Sachs' Great Sale During
The Past Week
THE throng of purchasers that has filled Sachs big store every day during the past week testifies to the wonderful values that
are being offered in this Annual Sale. The same low prices on all classes of merchandise will be maintained until August 15.
In some instances where only small lots are left over the goods will be marked regardless of cost.
The balance of our Summer stock.
$125; sale price ,. .75 ..ch
150; " " 95 "
2 00; ' " 1.15 "
SCO; " " 1.40 "
Crepe Kimonos '
Seml-nttlng and Empire styles.
2 00 each; clearance $1.50
I'M each; " 200
2 7G each; " 2.25
3S0 each; " 2.75
4 00 ench; " 3.25
Real Irish Fine Pillow Linens
$ .75 quality - clearance 50c 40 in- $ -75 luality " Sfle 45c
loo :; : ;: 75c 42in- -85 - - - 60c
1.25 - 85c 45 in., 1.00 - 75c
Beginning Monday, Aug. 7th, I
Many Specially Attractive Lines will be marked at Cost Price to clear I
.Regular Price $1.25
Regular Price 1.50
Regular Price 2.25
Regular Price 4.25
Regular Price 6.50
Clearance $ .90
Fine Domestic and'
Ui-Riilar, $J2P; UuiralKU 11.25
lUgiihil, 2 75! " 1-75
ltigular, 3 00; " 200
Hdiiilnr, 3.70; ' 2-50
M, $4 25, (100, 14 75; tlenrnme... 300
75c EMBROIDERED LINEN HAND
KERCHIEFS; i mi bV7f ?.'.'.. ;.Vf . ,40c
17 50 SCOTCH PLAID 8TEAMER
RUGOj tU'iiliHice $1,75 each
25c CURTAIN SCniMS; iukty uf
-pattiM'nr "W .-5,..,.?v.i(r15o yard
15c SILKOLNES;.t 10c yard
N(u lino (if BATISTE 10c yard
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