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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT."H,MBt1.
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I 111! concert In bo kIvoii nt tlio t zen" . Hobt. Franz
Hawaiian Opera House on noU (c) "1)ii hist wlc ring lilnme. Ilclnn
Tuesday cvi'iiltiR l attracting (ill "Die Kulser Ilhimo" (.'overly
n riimI ilrnl nf attention, part- Mrs Ixvmoro Cordon Harrison.
I) mi nriniuit of dm program, Hahnncrn from Carmen Ill7c(t
which has been selected nidi (b) Ilarcarollo "ljvo Talcs of
a great lc.il uf cure, niul part-l Hoffman" Orfctilmch
ly on tin mint or the fact that the Mix. Ignore (Innlon Harrison
local lodge of i:iks have taken the' 1'lano accompanist, Miss Hwnjno
concert In charge niul nro kuIiik to' Violin Obllgato
Mr W. A l.ovo.
"Mv lleaiitlful Lilly" from "Pink
Lad)" Ivan liirjll
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t t '!$-'!. 4 4 4 t J $ 4' '$' $ 44 t
ilonate their share to the I'nhimu Set
tlcinrnt, ami thus keep up their repu
tation for benevolence, which la one
of the loading features of the order
Among the numbers on the pro
gram, and standing forth most proml
tu'iitb musically, la the "Inllamma
tus" from Stalmt Jlatcr, In which
Harrison and Chorus
Or. niul Mr. Walcrliouc Dinner.
None of the entertainments that
have taken place during the past
tlqlpated for the coming week la the nnd pale pink. The prizes, consisting.
luncheon nt which Miss Norn Swiuuy 0f hand-etiihroldcrcd Chinese silk
nlll preside Hi her homo on CoIIcrc bagfi. wcro unusually handsome, and
Hilts The. guests have been Incited ,,,- wo by Mt Miintgnmery Mil
for Wednerday. jriinih, Mrs. Helen Nnonim, Mrs. Zeno
K Mori and Mrs. Turner of Kainc-
Caplnlii nml .Mrs. JnlmmnN lUnner. hnmcliu Hchool, There were niimor-
A rolcrlo of oung folk ncreiled 011s Interesting and closely contested
the hospitality of Captain and Mrs. bridge games played that added zest
John Stuart Johnson, when they en
tertained at dinner nt their coy
quarters nt Fort linger Thursday
exenlng. I'lnlt roses nnd Rinllax nmjlo
an exquisite dccorntlon for the dining
room mid dinner tabic. Tho dinner
and pleasure (o the uflernoon's enjoy
mem. At half after llc dcllilous re
freshments were served at small ta
bic. Among tho Imlte.l gucsls were
Mrs. Montgomery Mncouib, Mrs. Woo
len, Mrs. Francis Mills Hnnnry, Mrs.
faors and placo cards were carried .Andrew Fuller, Mrs. Illchard hers,
nut In pink and green. Artcr (he Mrs. Clifton Carter, Mrs, Coleman of
Kinhnmin iiinnnr i lie lml linBieri nml Ilnltluiore. Md.. Mrs. Charles llnunt
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jim iiiiiirun nui v iinnmivii uj iu,i ween w as iiioro enjoj.uiiu iiiaq i"Uthcir guests 'motored' to tho Moann toopcr, mrs. j. . waiucr, airs,
full chorim which she lias been re- ,rldgo dinner that, was ghen Tliiird-j Hqtcl, w-liore they httended tho trnns- (lenrge I'oltcr, Mrs.( Helen Nuonan,
hearsing, and which Is a most am- ,aJ. nciilng by Dr. nnd Mrs Krncst. ,ort i,0p. Among Cnptnln''nnd Mrs. 'Mrs. Kcllcy and Mrs. Hamilton of
bilious effort. Two or her solos will Waterhoiisc Tlio Jloral decoration I Johnson's ' guests wero-,Mlss i:dlth ' California, Mm. Zen6 Ki Mirs, Mrs.
Ii.no a lolln ohligaln bv Mr. V A ttaH exceptionally pretty Vellnwi 0wes,' Miss All'co 'Coope'r, Mcuten- C, 11. Wood, Mrs. Ncxllle, Mrs. Arthur
liie, whoso work has ndclcd so niiich clirjsandiemums were ui-ed cv'clli
lo the enjojment of our local con- kvoi.. in .i.,, decoratlM- scheme. Tho
certs. A quartet from tho tuneful ccntrr f the table was banked With
"Spring Maid" will bo n feature, and (ho torr Intermingled with sprays
Mrs HarrlBon will sing the llab.i- r c0 ialdeiihalr fern. Accessories
ncra" from "t'arnien" A solo and f KvCr cnnib-lahra. shaded with yel-
rhorus from "Tho J'lnk l-uly," an 1W H,0Bl nrro artistically 'placed
opera lliat H now being sung In .Now ,, ,lp ,llb0. Tho guct cards wcro , rc , .. .. of . moltl nicn8ur,i0
York after .. long run. will bo put on clir,nlllk,, ,tt mnrcerltcs nnd Hod ''IT. "" .l"'.0. "!. ' ...'" ! Zl Z. 1
with n pretty singe effect The elm- ttlth .plw wl ri,,. After din- ,,,,.- n mi., n i i i,n il,e
ant. Trice, II. H. A., and Lieutenant
Pratt of Fort Iluger:
XfVhbnrhnn'd '(,'ard ('111''., '
Miss nlalr will enle'rliilri the Neigh
borhood Curd Club Thursday after-
i noon. The meeting can well no num.
ruxi-H will be accompanied by I'rnf ; ,lrr ,r,Ke s enjoyed. On this or-
Ucrger, and Mrs Hanlson's solo work
will luito Mlrs Swavne for tho ac-
llt companisi, nnting pi.ijeo mr ncr ui
M foro on tho mainland The ladles' Jn-
1. U....I..I In llwt (.Tnlllnitimil wnrlf nrn
lending a helping hand, nnd tho fol
lowing haxo kindly consented td net
(! ns patronesses-
I'w Mrs (ierrlt Wilder, Mrs I!. A Mott-
., 'Piullh, Mrs r M. Hwaniy, Mrs, W. I
4 nillluglinm, Mrs J. it m.iii, Jirs ueo
Hlienniin, Mrs. H Ij. Marx, Mrs. Oeo
Angus, Mrs (ico T Kluegilj Mrs. W
W. Harris, Mrs Illchard' lors, Mrs
, II. (1 Xooiian, Mrs. C It Cooper, Mrs
casiiin Mr and Mrs Francis (lay wcin
tho honored guests. Those present at
trie delightful dinner wero Ilr. and
Mrs. Ilrnest Watcrhousc, their two
guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Mills Swntizy, Mr. and Mrs. Oorrlt
Wilder, Mrs. Bturgls of Keholleld
Jllanacks and Mr. DaWd Anderson.
.Major and .Mrs. 1 1mlierlnke's Dinner.
A profusion of pink roses wris used
to carry out the docnrntlxe scltomo nl
tilt1 beautiful dinner that w;ns given
Thursday evening by Major and Mrs.
Kdwhril Julius TlinberlaKc. A low"
A. I.. -Mlirpiiy, .MTH. O. llfU.(llililii, .inn. -- ,,l . . ,1,
13. WatUJMiH.,K,.U. StUlJvMrUi.'Ji11'. 3ft9 IWW1 tl"UiVi,.l"R
i ro'iPHi me uaso ui niu u.ibi wun
St. I). (1 Walters.
MrB..IInrrlwn leaves. In nfo,w days.i
i,n li,,. Vii'imi. LoiTUti jiTlriflE"iC 'Bli'lS?!
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uro lo bear her In tnncrt work, m
wblcli.he has been eminently sne
iossfuf.) Tho program Is as follows,
though tiero may be sumo change In
tho arrangement of tho numbers:
"lnll.iinni.itus" from "Stalmt Ma-
li'itenireted by Miss Hay Hell.
Soloist, Mrs U'onoro (lordon
At tho piano, I'rof. II Ilorgcr.
Mr Chns Desky
(a) A Howl or Hoses . ...
(Ij) A l.lttlu Winding lload
i,.i iv,. iu ,1 ttriKn Sans
nil I.nluiia7a i . Mnselinfonl
Mrs. I.connro (iordon llarrlsonX-p
IM.inij necompanht.-MIss Swajriio!
Violin Obllgato .. ..,v,T-.K'"( i
- Mr. W. A. Ivo. ri 'i ;
Quartet from "Tho Spring M.(ld".v,'
i ' Mixed Quartcl. h
(a)"SUU wlo illo Narht" .,.S,.Hobm
hostess, for her hospitality has al
ways been appreciated when alio IibS
entertained on former occasions.
.Mrs. Charles HronnN Dinner.
Ono of tho most enjoyable affairs
or tho week was the dinner given fording
Wednesday evening by Mrs. Charles guests
Marlx, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Archibald
C'nmphcJI, Mrs. (Ierrlt Wilder, Miss
Hen Taylor, Mrs. Percy llenson, Mrs.
(lame, Mrs. Mi M.' Scott, Mrs. 1M
wards, Mrsi Myer of California, Mrs.
Mannloi Phillips, Mrs. .lolnr Stuart
Williams of Fort Hugor nnd her
mother, Mrs. Walker, nnd others.
lion. Samuel Parker's Pel I.uiirliciin.
The Hon. Samuel Parker was host
nt a meinnrablo pol luncheon that
was given Sunday In honor of Mr.
Harry Ixswls nnd Mr. J. Frlcdenste'ln
of Sheffield, England. Tho entertain
ment wns claborato nnd beautiful, nf-
unlimited pleasure for tho
Tho reyasl was Rcrved In
silver Italian candlesticks, adorned
with shades designed to represent
roses, shed a becoming light over tho
assembled guests. Tho half-dozen
lovers wcie designed by dinner
cards Inscribed with tho hostess'
monogram in gold. Tho elaborate
dinner was given in honor of Major
and .Mrs. Woolen or Fort Do Hussy.
Liter In tho evening tho company
motored lo tho Moatia Hotel, whero
lliey enjoyed tho horvlco hop. Among
tho host and hostess' guests wero
Major and Mrs, Woolen and Captain
ami Mrs. (lame.
.Mlos llilllh Hllllnnis' lllnner.
Te.n covers will bo arranged ror
tlie.dcllghtrul dinner parlyjhnt is to
bVcglvon Tuesday evening by Miss
milli Williams. The' motif for tho
cnleft'alomcnl hv'JllM ISIhel Hlshnp
offiallfornln, vvhiiftMs v lulling In Ibis
Mt.av KwiltlllM :t.linrllP0llj"
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Drown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Drown havu tho old-tlmo natlvo style, In n cocoa-
tecently moved Into their now biinga- una arbor built nt the edgo of the
low on Kast Manoa road. This now sea, In tho spacious,, grounds of tho
homo Is considered ono of tho, most Pnrkcr placo nt Wnlklkl. Tho long
artistic residences In the picturesque, tnblo wns covered .wltli mallo and
valley. Tho dinner given this week scarlet carnntlons. pctlclqus, Hawn-
wns ono of tho flrsjt. entertainments Han viands wcro served by'llnvvnllan,
'fihen In, tho now homo and was do- retainers, tho mallhjnls enjoying iho
JlRUtfn.1 lu,RW-ny.A.M( njIjjzi)ri,,no.vvlr feast 'll1 McJuns tlm knmn.al-
covers encircled tho beautifully ap- nas. Among Iho Hon. Samuel Pnr-
filtests weroibCM Prluco. nnd
atffaW, ftljpp? , nnd
Ilobcrt ,ShlnglH.Mr. Jtnd Mrs.
nl Mr. and Mrs. Drown's houso guest, Carl Wldemann, Captnln nnd Mrs.
Mhs Hummol of lndlnnnpnlls. It was, Artliur Marlx, Miss Mary I.ow, Mr.
regretted that Mr. Drown was on n and Mrs. George' Heckoly, Mr. Harry
business trip, consequently could not I.cwls, Mr. J. Frledenstcln, Mr. nnd
ln Kronen! nt the nleasant enterbUn- LMrr,. . I.UChb. Mr?Jolcnh Qllrflan. Mr.
inent. Among tboso preiri1f'''w'fli5j; Jtflin fifcOrossori.'liCi itiilnjioHjisan or
i,IIB, i.lilMli'n ,,, ,,,i, i b"u'
honor. Miss Hummel, Mlsiri'l:
Kcltey, Miss Ixswis of ScntUo,
Mrs. Church and Miss Huth Ilrowirt
.Mrs. YUildlliclil ami Mrs. Wilbur's
Mrs. Mary WliliilDclil and Mrs. Wll-
I.iih ava ImulniJiinU ill Id Univl nl tlfl
enjoyable bridge party that was given "el. ford, who was
Thursday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Presented with a handsome fruit nnd
llvron K. Halrd of Illlo, Ilawall.l "t receptacle In burnt wooi I. Among
Owing' to'tho Incl
(Uiarters of Captnln
nt Fort) HugbT" but. look placo -nt. Jho
nttmcUVe". f jrifshetf ' house yiat.rs.
iimrujpiM riweu uwyiiniiTjjrequu.
wi" i lM Vi'vv. " "" w"-j-
Bj.iie. ,;;; ?!' ?!
, Win)h . 'sn-Sf.rWr ffe erMiliinl. . f3-
Wednesday .Mrs. .'HcStocRer' enter-
tallied informally at u small bridge
tea Hint was given in honor of Mrs.
II. C. Drown. There wore two tables
of bridge. Tho highest "brldger"
ement weather, the ,'.'C',C .l'1",?0.1!1 ttqr'1 ,rs-K' "blocker,
s not given nt ho! Mr- '- C.tllrown, Mrs. Theodore Uin
In and Mrs. Wlllttr 'nB' Mlss McStockor. -Mr- Henry K.
Melneii Orosseu SchmeA A society cvenr'thiU, Is being an- plunta'udjrtnkWlshudcK .njnuvo Tt(oj40Bie o(ftptal.;nd ljMri. Ed
,' Wnl -nllirn-lli shades njnuvo
Cooper. Miss 'Mdla McS,tockrr,,Mrs,
,V. North and MrHA.Il. H, Held-
Z 3 .VS- A.
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'VTi. VAV'f'-' ftn ,t ',s' i
Ml! KdMs',.Twi. v' k."CV I
wards, on Kecnumoku street, was Iho
scene of inunli gaiety Tuesday nftcr
noon.'when the latter cnlrrtnlned nt
n delightful ten between tho bourn of
four nnd six. The color scheme was
yellow and green. The beauty of the
decorations wns heightened by a pro
fusion of feathery chrysanthemums,
potted palms nnd mnldcnhnlr fern.
Tlio hostess nnd her guest of honor,
Mrs. Colemnn of Daltlnmro, Md , re
ceived on Ilia west vrnndn. Mrs.
lCduard Julius Tlmherlake, Mrs. Clif
ton Carter, Mrs. (Inmc nnd Mrs. Dan
iel Hand assisted In the entertainment
nf the guests. Mrs. Wnltcr Cowles,
wife of Admiral Cowles or the U. 8.
Navy, and Mrs. Montgomery Macomb,
wlfo of General Macomb of the Army,
served coffee nnd ten In (bo dining
room nt n' circular tabic that was
handsomely decorated in green nnd
ellow. A largo tcnterpleco of Cluny
lace, with smaller dollies' to match,
covered the highly polished' surface
or tho tabic. A runnel-colored lwsketi
filled with cliryanthcmums, occupied
tho center o( tbq tablo. 'Tall brass
candlesticks. containing candles that
wero shaded with yellow shades, .or
namented with mlulnturn chryanth'o
inunis, enhanced tho attractiveness, or
tho table. Tho nsscinhlngn or pretty
women, clad in their fluffy chiffons
or embroidered lingerie, with Inrgo
picture lints or flowered turbans,
added smartness to the affair: Among
thoso Invited to meet tho guest or
honor wero Mrs. Montgomery Ma
comb, Mrs. Walter' Cowles, Mrs. !M
ward Davis, Mrs. Kdward Julius Tlm
bcrlako, Mrs. Woolen, Mri.. Charles
Drynnt Cooper. Mrs. U Tcnney Peck,
Mrs. Wllllnm Hobdy", Mrs. Shepherd,
Mrs. Wnrncr, Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx, Mrs.
Gnme, Mrs. Alexander Davis, Wrs. An
drew Fuller, Mrs. Oaylnri'MrB. Kelley
and Mrs. Hamilton ofCnllfornla', Mrs.
Mary Wlddlflold, Mrs. Uyron IvVDalrd
of llllo, Mrs. Neville, Mrs. Wallace,
Mrs. Bcebe, Mrs. Prntt,"Mrs. fltevrmr
or the Navy, Mrs. Hugh Cook, Mrs.
Gamble,- Mrs. IlaroM Glffard. !,
Newton locke.'lhe' 'Misses llnniM.
Mrs. Tiitllo-, Mrs": Wntklns, 'MIsV'ZcP
gler, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Frank Athcr
ton, Mrs. Clifton Cnrlor, Mrs. Wilbur,
Mrs. Wllllnins, Mrs. Walker, Mrs.
Clark, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Daniel Hand,
Mrs.'Bllzabbth'Church nnd others.
Mrs.'Al'r1iricl8 Mills Swnny entcr
tilnpil ;iv dojjon,. friends Informally at
lea1 Thursday afternoon In honor or
Madam Ivors, who leaves on tho next
Sierra ror tho mainland.
JIN Cowles to Kntertaln.
Miss ICdlth Cowles will entertain
informally nt tea Tuesday afternoon
In honor of Mrs. Johnson, whoso mar
riage took place this week to Lieu
tenant Johnson or tho United States
Mr.'nnd Mrs. Thomas Wall Entertain.
Monday ''eve'nlnK,lj. nnd Mrs.
Thoman W(f ,cntcrlslncd Informally
at JTour tables, nl brrdpt Prizes wcro
awjirflcd nyach tnljW.I'opulnr books
t1 t S 4 fr
Doc(r nnd Mrs. Wntcrhonse's Dinner.
Caplalti nml Mrs. Johnson's Dinner,
Hon. Snniiiel Parker's Pol Lunrhron.
Mrs. Pratt's Curd Pnrtr.
.Miss nrn Snnnzj's Luncheon.
Mrs. Frank Kdwnrd's Ten.
Miss Williams' Dinner.
Mrs. Cllflon Cnrlcr's Ten.
Major and Mrs. Tlmlirrlakc's Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mr. T. Wall's Bridge.
31 Ns Conies ,Tcn.
Mrs. Drown's Dinner. '
Mrs. MrNtorkci' Kntrrlalns.
Mrs. Mrlson Iiinslnic's Luncheon.
Mrs. lUlliur nnd MrK. Hlddllleld Kn
lerlaln. Miss Hoffman In Entertain.
Miss mrplirns.lp Entertain I.unrheon
Miss Hlnlr lo Knlerlaln.
.Senator nnd Mrs. Clilllingnortli's Din
Mrs. Piilnam's Luncheon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. ltobluon's Dinner.
Mrs. Heldliird's Tea.
Mrs. W. W. .North's llrldi,'e.
Sen Ire llrldge Club.
.Mr. Horn's Dance nt Colnnlat llolel.
of flcdon comprised (ho women's
prizes, nnd (he mementoes for tho
men were decks of enrds bound lm
leather ruses. Doutonnlcrcs nnd cor-j
sago bouquets or violets were tho con-'
solution prizes. After tho dlstrlbu-i
tlon of the gifts dollclous refresh-j
lucntH wrro served. This In for mil
nnd plensant gathering was orio of
tlio most pleasant affairs of tho week.
Among Mr. nnd Mrs. Wall's guests
were Admiral and Mrs. Cowles, Mr.
and Mrs, James McCandless, Mr. and
Mrs. Zcnp K. Myers, Dr. and Mrs.
Wllllnm Hobdy, Captain and Mrs. Ar
thur Mnrlx, Mr,.nnd Mrs. Arthur Fred
erick Wnll, Mrs., Warner, Dr, anoT Mrs.
Shepherd, Miss Florence Hoffman', -Mri
Gullord Whitney nndiothcrs., Ti.
v." 'Itt "'", . , K
Mlsi;iroflinai( to Enlcrtnln.f "'
Thursday aftcnicTorl' MIsJrFlorenco
Hoffman will entertain nt two tables '
of brldgo In honor or Miss Kthol ''
Ulsbop. Tho card party will bo given
ut her homo on Kowalo street.
Mrs. Clifton Curler to Entertain.
Mrs. Clifton Cnrroll Cnrter has Is
sued Invltntlons for u ton that will
be given next wrck. Tho following
Invitation bos boon, received by a
number of tho "Smart Set" or Hono
lulu: To meet
, Mrs. Coleman ,
Mrs. Clifton Carroll Carter
Wednesday, (ho eighteenth
From 4 to 6 ;
JXh V : ,t
Mr, andiMrsi NelsonOBaker Lan
sing nr'c'rhbuseVfsplna; lri;jin attract
ive bungalow situated on Thirteenth
avenue, Kalraukia '
N. S. SACHS DRYXOODS CO., Ltd.,
Announce. an Interesting Sale beginning MONDAY, October 16th
Dmihle-bccl slzo (81x9U), four special
numbers, us follows!
SI 75 quiUty; special $1.25
$2 60 q.ialltyj TfrJecJo! ....... j....1.75
J I SO quality, special . ,. $2.35
II 7 r qiiull!s speilal .... $3.00
,V ' I"'
Finn quality; baniliomo patterns.
31-Inch iloublo fold, Hegulor price,
jlSu jiiril; sale price 20o
. l r- ; w-.jt
Hi'giilar price, 30c per yiiid; sale
prlco , 15o
New Dress Poplins
' -ntV H
All tho leading Maiden, Including Co
penhagen, Pongee, Grey, Heliotrope,
Pink and Green
i - t j '.
Value, :rni per Jiml; on salo at.. ,
6 yards for $1
' White Nainsook
f .and Longoloth
V-.V , I
Tho values weJffer on this staple
uieichandlie can not be excelled, We
have Just received another Importation
of Hhi qualities vve havu showir In dm
past and will put them on special sulo
English Long Cloth
Twelve yards In piece.
. I ' '
negular, 'price, J'.25 special $1.75
Regular price, SJ,7S! special $2.25
Itegular price, M.RO; special,,.. ..$2.75
Hegular price, I3.7G; siicclal $3.00
Itegular price, I3.35; special ,$1.75
Itegular price, S2.&0; special.,..., $2.00
IleguVir price, J 'i.70; special $2.25
SPECIAL PURCHASE OF
Hullatde for underwear trimming.
rivo Inches wide. Itegutur, $2.25
pep dozen; salo prlco
..,.$1 pr doztn) 10c pr yrd
Three Inches wide, negular,, II. r,0
per dozen; sulo prlco ,,A.
......75c per doztn; 4 yards (or 25o
INSERTION TO MATCH
The latest models
in Evening Dresses, Tailored Suits, Foulard Dresses, Opera and Auto Coats are due to arrive this week.
- - ' -.. (ikri O 1 S; .Watch for our Opening AnnQuncement... $ h..k ' y ,.
SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
IFort and Beretania Sts., opp. Fire Station
L. .) V 4 . '