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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, 8EPT. 9, 1911.
HOTEL WILL BE SETTING
OF BRILLIANT SOCIAL AFFAIR
Justice Perry to Honor Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Sinclair, Returned
From Abroad, With Dance Next Thursday Night Func
tion to Be Notable.
ONE of the chief social events
for tho coming week, will ho
the. dancing party that Is to
lie given at tho Moana Ho
tel, Thursday evening, by
Judge l'erry, Chief Justice of
the Supremo Court, The entortnln
ment la to be on an elaborate scale?
and extensivo preparations nrc be;,
lng made About two liundrcd Invl-'
tntloiis Imvo been Issued The event
Is being given In honor of Dr. nnd.
Mrs. Sinclair, who luivo recently rev
turned from an extended llinoncan
trip, Hollow Ins; Is tho form of the
.Imitation that has been received:
Judge Antonio l'erry
requests the pleasure of jour comany
at a dance in honor of
m Dr. and Mrs. A. N Sinclair
nt the Mo.mn Hotel
fon Thursday evening, tho fourteenth
at nine o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham to
Mr. and Mrs. II 1'. Dillingham will
entertain nt an elaborate dinner till.?
evening, that Is to bo given nt the
Hnlelvvn Hotel. Mr. Charles Keeler
,of California, Is the Incentive for the
.entertainment. Tho party will leave
at threo o'clock In Mr Dillingham's
special ear. Tho bcenlc effect U won
derful on the O.ihu railroad and the
beauty of tho constantly changing
panorama will bo of much Interest
y and will afford great pleasure to the
guest of honor, who Is a great lover
of nature. On arriving at their dei-
tlnatlon, the "House lleatttlfiil" that
r Is so Ideally situated by tho sea and
,nt the foot of tho Kobala mountains
I, the picturesque setting of Hnlclun
will appeal very strongly to Mr.
Si'Kecler's senso of tho beautiful, and
.will be another Bourco of enjojmout.
"The pirty will dine nt seten o'clock
and will return to Honolulu by tho
light of tho moon. Among tboso who
: will participate In this affair aro Mr.
innd Mrs. II. I Dillingham. Mr. Chns
K Keeler. Mrs. Hjdo Smith, Miss Kiker,
i Mr. anil Mrs. A. W. Kinney, Mr and
Mis W. F. Dillingham Miss Francis
Dillingham, Mr. Ancou Kinney and
Mrs. Babbitt Entertained.
iMrs. Winifred llubbltt entertained
Wednesday afternoon In honor of her
young son's birthday. A score of
children had been Invited to help tho
little one celebiate his natal day.
Juvenile games were plnjcd on tho
Inwn ninl a delightful time wus ex
.MNk ltosiiiuond .SmmitjN Surfing
The Outrigger Club wus tho scene
of much gaiety Tuesday afternoon,
when Miss Kosiimond Svvmifcy enter
talned thirty-four of her friends at n
surfing purty. Tho jbung people met
nt the picturesque club huiiso shortb
before 4 o'clock and enjoyed several
hours of surf innnclng and swimming
At ii' quarter past six they motored to
Mr and Mrs. Hands Mills Swanzy's
home in Col lego Dolls, whero a do
llcious supper vvns nvvnltlng tliem. Tho
repast was Berved nt a long tablo on
the Innnl. The table was decorated
iWlth fancy baskets of yellow mar
guerites. Silver candlesticks, shaded
with jellow shades, shed a becoming
glow over the assemblage. Tho place
c.ir.is vveie clever pen and ink
sketches After the delicious repast
dancing was enjojed. Those present
vvcro Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mills Swnn-
7y, the Misses Kllubcth Low, Currol
Low, Margaret Jones, Itutli Soper,
Margaret Center, Pauline Schaefer,
Tlielnu Murphy, Genevieve Young,
Hllzabeth Carter, Phoebe Carter, Hel
en Wilder, Hilda von Holt, Murgaret
Uestnrlck, May lllvcn, Helen Spald
ing, Nora Svvnnzy. Kosiimond Swunzyj
Messrs Wienne Tlmberlake, Oswald
Stevens, Dickson Nolt, Carter Onlt,
Jack Gait,,. Francis Cooper, Carl
Cchaefer, Charles Stevens, Wulter
C'owles, Herman von Holt, Mnrston
Campbell, Heynold McOrew, Harold
Hustnce nnd Francis Drown.
Mr. mid Jlrs. Fniurls linj's Supper
''Wellelc," tho beautiful homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cay, will be
the scene of muck, gaiety Monday
etenlng, for tills popular Kuuat couple
will entertain nt u supper dance, that
will bo given in honor of their son
Fmcst, who will shortly leavo for the
mainland to resume his studies Wat
lele Is situated at almost tho head of
Kallhl Valley, and is one of the most
picturesque spots on this Island.
There Is 'u large natural swimming
pool. Tho host, hostess and their
thirty guests will motor to this at-
ti active spot In time for a swim be
fore supper. After supper the re
' mnlniler nt the mpnttitr wilt Iih de
voted to dancing, u Hawaiian qnln
ti tto club furnishing the music. Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Qay are Ideal enter
tainers, ilnd this society event Is be
ing keenly anticipated.
.Miss llciitrlce Wnlkcr's Swimming
Miss Uoatrico Haln Walker enter;
talned Informally nt u moonlight
swimming purty Thursday evening.
The Impromptu nnd enjoyable affair
was given nt tho T. Cllvo Davles'
home nt Wulklkl, whero the Hnln
Walkers nrc living. Among Miss
Walker's guests wero Miss Kthol
Spalding, Miss Mary Cation, Miss Jo
sephine Soper, Miss Norn Swnnzy,
Miss Ilenney Cattqn, Miss lllimche
Soper, Miss Rosamond Swnnry, Miss
Helen Slmldlng, Mr. John Soper, Mr.
Curzon tlsborne, Mr. Parker, Mr. John
Cation, Mr. ltalrd, Mr. Hobert Cation,
Mr. Thayer and others.
Mrs. Krnevl Clark's Luncheon.
Mrs. Krnest' Clark entertained
Wednesday afternoon nt luncheon In
honor of Mrs. Severance of Hllo
Covers wero arranged for six, nnd tho
color scheme was scarlet. Carnations
were arranged artistically, and com
bined with maidenhair fern resulted
In nn uttrnctlve floral adornment In
tint dining room, whero tho dnlntv
and delicious repast was seived
Among those present were Mrs. V.r
nest Clark, Mrs. Severance of Hllo,
Hawaii, Mrs. Joseph D Athertou, Mrs.
Frank Simpson, Mrs. Krdmnn D. Bald
win and Miss Helen Sevcranco.
Major unit Mr. 'I liiibcrliike'a Dinner.
Major and Mrs. Hdwurd J, Timber
lako will entertain at dinner Tuesday
evening, September 12th. Covers will
be urrunged for eight. Afterward tho
host, hostess and their guests wilt at
tend tho "transport hop" tlint will be
given ut the Mounu Hotel. These
entertainments that are given by the
hotel management are well attended
by the service. people stationed lu the.
Islands and tho society folk of Ho
nolulu, They ure particularly enjoy
able to tho army nnd navy folk, fur
so many of their 'old friends aro pass
ing through on tho transports.
l.cllcliwi llrlilge (lull.
The meetings of the Lellohuu
Morning Urldge Club are proving u
source of enjoyment for tho ladles
of Scholleld Il.irracks. Thcso meet
ings nccur fortnightly; the second
meeting took plnce on Wednesday of
this week. The hours decided on for
playing nro from 10:30 to 11:30, tho
morning proving delightful and cool.
Tim members of the club Include tho
three brunches of the service tho
cnvnliy, field nrtlllery nod infantry
and tho assemblage takes place In tho
olllcers' infantry hall. Mrs. Matthews
won tho first prize, n doen (Santoii
salad plates. Mrs. (llbson and Mrs.
Gregory cut for the second prize, n
luncheon set In grass linen, exquisite
ly embroidered, the former being tho
fortunate one. After the awurdment
of the prUcs light and dulnty refresh
ments were servejl. Among those who
enjoyed this delightful meeting were
Mrs. Hopkins, Mrs. Dell, Miss Hoji
kins, Mrs. Ncnl, Miss Hell, Mrs. Mor
rison, Mrs. Scales, 'Mrs. Foerster, Mrs.
Cunningham, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. liar
ton, Mrs. Wlniila, Mrs. Gregory, Miss
Scales, Mrs. Gullloii, Mrs. Matthews,
Mrs. Martuhurt, Miss Martuhurt, Mrs
Kay, Mrs. McAndrews, Miss Drown
ing, Mrs Deiumcr, Mrs. Gibson, Miss
Shuttlcworth and others
MN Alice Macfiirlane to Kcntrrtnlii.
Miss Alice Mucfnrluno, will enter
tain at n "picnic party" at Sacred
Valley on Sunday In honor of her
cousin, Miss Minn Ilergcr, who leuvei
shdVtly for Sun Fruncslco. The guests
will motor over Sunday morning, by
way of tho Pull, nnd after n "picnic
luncheon" will return home via Hu
lelwn. Among those Invited ure Miss
Nina Ilerger, Miss Catherine (loodale.
Miss Goruldlno Neumann, Miss Helen
Achilles, Miss I.nur.i Nott, Mr. 1M.
Heilemann, Mr. Guilford .Whitney, Mr.
Hobert McCorrlston, Mr. 'tllcrbcr
Dow sett, Dr. Ferdinand Hedcmnnn,
Mr. Dixon Nott and others.
Mrs. Henry Alexander's Luncheon.
Thursday Mrs. Henry Alexander
entertained a ..coterie of friends nt
luncheon. Maine asters and maiden
hair fern made an artistic decoration
for tho tublc. Among those present
were Mrs. Henry Alexander, Mrs,
Duncan Murdock of Maul, Miss Juliet
Cooke, Miss Turner of Maul and Mrs.
Captain unit Mrs. Putnam's Dinner,
One of tho most pleasurable dinners
of tho week was given Sunday even
ing by Captain and Mrs. Putnam nt
their homo lit Fort Do Hussy. The
affair was given in honor of Lieuten
ant and Mrs. Wurd of tho U. S. Hn
glnier Corps, who left the following
duy on the transport Sliermun for the
mainland. Six covers encircled tho
beautifully decorated table, that was
nitlstlcally decorated In red dahlias
nnd Australian maidenhair fern. Tho
guest curds wore Inscribed with the
hostess' monogram. Among those
present weio Captain and Mrs. I'ut
iium, Lieutenant and Mrs. Ward, Mrs.
Johnson of Denver Colo., and Lieu
tenant O'Connor. T
Mrs. Ellen Werner's Dinner.-
Monday evening Mrs. Kllen Weaver
entertained nt dinner in honor of Mr.
Charles Keeler, the California poet
Covers were arranged for six. Pink
begonias mid lnce maidenhair wero
tho floral decorations After the de
licious repast the party adjourned to
the drawing loom', whero the guest
of honor wus prevailed upon to recite
several of his poems tills, needless
to state, contributing largely to tli
Mrs. ion Agnew's llrlilge l'nrl).
Thursdny Afternoon Mrs. von Ag
nofts of tho Fifth Cavalry was hostess
at u delightful bridge party that wus
given at her homo ut Scholleld liar
racks. Tho Interior of the homo wus
artistically decorated with the cavalry
color of yellow, Tho scoro cards wore
miniature fans, tinted In yellow and
hand painted with floral decorations.
There wero four tables. Mrs. Sturgls
nnd Mrs. Scales won the prizes, that
wero beautiful Japancso fancy bas
kets filled with jellow flowers. Later
In the afternoon delicious refresh
ments weio served. The color scheme
of yellow was evt.li curried out In tho
biiluds, cukes and Ices. Among those
who enjoyed the hostess' hospitality
wero Mrs. McClure, Mrs. Koch, Madam
Scutes, Miss .Scales, Mrs. Gregory,
Mrs. Foerster, Mrs. Cuuntnglmm, Mrs.
Koester," Mrs. Morrison, Mrs fjKorTnVy,
Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Stuigls, Mrs. Wln
iila, Mrs. C. Sidney Hnlght, Mrs.jl.ir
tnn nnd Mrs. Scales.
Mrs. (lerrlt Milder' Dinner.
Mrs. Gerrlt Nvilder entertained InJ
formally nt dinner Thursday evening
In honor of Mr. 'Clonics Keeler, tho
gifted poet. Covers wero laid for six,
and the tablo lboked very attractive.
I-i France roses und smllux formed a
pretty floral decoration. After the
enjoyable repast the hostess und her
guests motored to tho Alexander
Young Hotel to attend tho Interest
ing nnd enjoyable recital that the
guest of honor gave tlint ovcnlng.
Among Mrs. Gerrlt Wlldcr's dinner
guests wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter
Francis Dillingham, 'Mr. Keeler, Gov
ernor Walter Francis Frcur und oth
ers. Miss Kiillirrlne Stephens' Ten.
Miss . Knllierlni) .Stephens enter:
tnlncd nt n sewing party und ten Frl
day afternoon nt her homo on Klmiu
street. Among the friends who en-
Joyed her hospitality were Miss Hlhul
Spalding, Miss Cooper, Miss Helen
North, Miss Julie McSiocKcr, Miss
Cnrtwrlglit of Fort Sluifter, Miss
Irene Cooper, Mis. Wulklns, Miss
Zilgler, Miss Ys.ibcl Cooper, Miss
Florence Hoffman und Miss Lilu
aiccuocKcr. ' '
Cnptiiln inn Mrs. Srules' Dinner.' '
Captain nnd Mrs. Scales of the Fifth
Cuvalry entertained nt dinner last
evening ut their home ut Scholleld
Ilurracks. Itcd reives and suillux
lormed un attractive centerpiece for
tho handsomely appointed table. 'At
the conclusion of the dinner bridge
whist was plu)cd Among those pres
ent vvcro Captain nnd Mrs. Scales,
Major ami Mrs. Koccter, Mmlani
Sculns, Miss Scales, Lieutenant Phcll,
Lieutenant Lewis nnd Lieutenant
I'cjtnn of tho Flold Artillery.
.Mrs. 1'. "'. Jord.nrs Luncheon.
Mrs. 12. W, Jordan his Issued Imi
tations for a luncheon that will ho
given nt her homo on Wyllln street
on Wednesday of next week. The
affair Is being planned in honor of
Mrs. T. llnln Walker and Miss Ilo
Mrs. Augustus MurplivV Ten.
Mr. und Mrs. II. V. Dillingham's Din
ners. MIm llnsnninnil Swanrj's Stirling
Major ninl Mrs. Tlmberlake's Motor
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Dllllnghani to En.,
Mr. ninl Mrs. (Inj's Supper Dance.
Cnplnlii mid Mrs. I'iiIii.iiu'h Dinner .
Mrs. llirrlt Wllilcr't Dinner.
, Miss Mire Miirfnrlniie's I'lcnlc Parly.
''.Mr. Ymi Agiien's llrldire I'nrly.
J ml it e Pern's Dniirlng Part).
Miss Kalherlne Stephens' Ten.
Mrs. Ellen Werner's Dinner.
Mrs. I'. V. .Ionian's Lunchcim.
Hop nl Schiilleld Ilurracks.
Mr. Murpliv's ITt.i. t
Miss II. Hulkrr's Ntirflnp I'nrly.
Mrs. Ernest Clark's Luncheon.
Mnjnr ninl Mrs. Tlinlierlalte's Dinner.
1 1 lleliiin Morning llrldire Club.
Lieutenant Sheridan's Dinner.
Captiiln'and Mrs. Scales' Dinner.
Mr. ninl Mrs. (1. Sherman Entertain. ,
Coming Floral Parade.
Dnslti'l l'ele nt St. Andrew's.
Mr. iintl Mrs. (lurrc)'s Dinner.
Miss Mood's Snrllng P.irlj.
Mrs. nubbin's Children's I'nrly.
Meul. Sheridan's Dinner.
Mrs. Pnrilee'H Ten. . '
Luncheon nl Outrigger Club.
I'nlled Sen Ire llrldire Club.
l ,wii iminB iwu linn iwfWMWMpat i l.
v':r, t1-fc-Tlh MLI Pllw!?R?ife''
Novel Fete Planned.
The combined Hplscopal Guilds' of
Honolulu are planning a novcj cuter
t llument Hint will be given on tho
other IsHiths, In next Saturday's U
sue authentic news pcnlnlnlng to the
pint s of the other Guilds, could ipt
bo secured In time for this article,
lml nil nf thn rontnliinlatcl booths
23th of November, tho diy before ..ill 1, r'nnnllv n nrilstle and bomll-
Thanksgiving. This Is to be n "has- ,, ,t f) ,,,, (,at 'tho'Eplsoaiul
ket fete." and will take place in tho ni(R on iho ,,,,. ,,,, w, tllko
beautiful giounds of tlio St.Andrew s Il(erogt n ,l0 roto n,, ,,ec,0 to
Cntlie.Ir.il. Tho ladles of tho Uplsco- ,1n llrl , Thn )lr()CCPll ,,,
ial clmrch, have lplannol und cur- ,..,, ,,, , K , ,e ,,,, lilt
rled Into effect nurneroui) liillllnpt en- jt rci,reB,.ntl(, Tno fftc will bo nn
tertnlniucnls In tho past In order In llf,cr!imm aftav from 2 to fi.
I also money for their churches mid it -to
tho general publlc-who huvo patron- Luncheon at 0utrBger club.
Ized these affairs have cujojed llicni ,,,.,-
nnd hnvonlwavs felt that they have urs.ny nn enjoyable Innehoon
"gotten -value received." On this no- I""1 "''n' n ,ar ' w" '"" ,'11
ndvertlsement. """" "' '"" '""""" ."''",' """
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Mrs. Augustus Murphy entertained ,,., .. , ,, ,i, . lenvo rhortly for the Const. Tho pret
at an enjoyable teu nnd thimble p.uty ' , . . t nmlc-at. Iv nffalr was given, at the Outrigger
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lindsay " y,,' 1 ' ," 'T,m II i, t r , i Club by a coterie of her friends. Cov-
Dogeis of Cullfornla was tho guest Cl1 , by Im?n: T, ' 1c",n "K ,fe, w" ers were laid for ten.
of honor. The Intel lor of tho Mur- "' "?y, bo, l,Ci"Itlri". ' ""l''e- nnd. L'
ph)K' homo wus nttrufllvely deco- '" l,,as n -a" "" I"-
rnted In cllow roses and Sliustii ''""" '",.". J, ' . ., . , I
daisies. Among those Invited to meet Sl- Andrew h. St. Clements. I.phl-
tho guest of honor wero Mrs. W. W. "Iln,,y' at' rcter- Sl- l:l1' -ot", -""'i
North, Mrs. Hdwurd M. Watson, Mrs ,"1""1 null(ls cooperutlng. All of the.
Stevens (wife of Puymuslcr Stevcua eommlttees huvo not been chosen, but
of the U. S Nuvyj, Mrs. Hobert l,,0' wl" bo I'"1'"8'""! ter. Cich
Lowers, Mrs", du Itnl. Mrs. Aiiilluir 1"")lh "- ,, f""'"'""! I" reprcsont.
Frederick Willi, Mis. Neville (wlfo of " hasket. tho St. Andrew's Guild will
MnJor Nevlllo of the II. S. Marino rcpiesent nn artistic luncheon has-,
Corps), Mis. Jack ll.ilcli, Mrs. George
Klctigcl, Mrs Matthew son, Mrs. W.
II. Iluirls, Mrs. MacDounld, Mrs.
Hurry Gray, Miss Llshmun, Mrs,
Lucas, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. K. Douthltt,
ket. This will be extremely appro
priate, ns they linvo decided to bnvo
the delicatessen tablo where one can
buy roast tuiUcy, In fact fowls of
every kind for Thnnksglvlng, Jellies,
are hard to win when one's
. complexion is marred by
-- pimple, blackheads and
HH blotches. Strengthen )our
V charm3,by keeping your
W complexion clear, with
Mrs. Alexander Ilnbertson, Miss Grace ilpllclnus home made pork nnd beans
Carroll, Mrs. John Knos, Mrs. Itnllen- nnd other delicacies too numerous to
tyne, Mrs. It. It. Heldford nnd others, mention. A list will bo given of tho ,
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MONDAY MORNING, SEPTE.VIBEFM1
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our owiv 'Work room which is uhderthe direct supervision of a competent designer of high-class millinery. ' ':,' -
Orders for Hats receive that prompt and careful attention for which "SACHS" store is noted ahd is made possible by having our large stock of Velvets, Silks,
Ribbons and Laces at the disposal of our milliner. Amongst our many new shades the "Queens Red", "Emerald Green" ahd the "Newj Brass" are sure to) become popular.
" The S. S. Wilhelmina also brought a raft of new Fall Goods for our Readyto-Wear, Lace and Silk Departments. , '' ' T' ' '
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. LARGEST MILLINERY HOUSE IN YHE ISLANDS.
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