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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1911.
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AN cvoilt or moro llinii iuiU8ii.il
Importance In looiil society
olirlos l l ho ilinclns party
111. 1 1 l I., ho Kivon ihlH even
Inn in iho o.iliit Ciiuiitrv, Chili,
Jllcn Wlllii'lmliin Teiinej will
ho i ho canipllincnlcil riicsI nu thin
tK-cusiuu. The piciij olilli house nt
Iho licail nf Nuiinnii Viilloj will ho
linns -w It i Dili'iiiiil I interns mill fen
toonoil Willi tropical vines. The eli
tr.mto in tho cliih ImiKo mill the Inte
rior iir llio Htrnctiiru will lis h.inkoi!
wild fenllu'ij liiuuliini, I'uttod p-ilnn
vvtll ho In evidence ami as tho lolnr
kcIiciiii- of while anil siocn Is to ho
iiilhcieil to, ,i piofiiilon nf whlto
ntpr will ((institute the tllonil I
ilornrallon. ICnal's Quintet Cluh w.ll
play 011IUI115 "twn slops" nnil vull7os
JurliiK the evenliiK anil nt ' eleven
oVIiick a delicious luilTct Hiippor Willi
ho solved. AmoiiK tho liivllcil Kiiostii
ur: .Mr. uml Mrs. Ilnrohl Castle, Mr.,
ami Mrs. NcIhuii II. 1iiibIiir. Mr. uii'l
.Mm. Iliiiolil fllffuiil, .Mr. nnil .Mrs. Al
ficil Castlo, Mr. ami Mis ,lno Iteitc
man. .Mr. ami Mis. IViink K. Thump
run. Dr. ami Mrs. ClifTonl 11. Hlp.li.
Mr,, anil Mrs Austin dimes, .Mr. ami
.Mm. Ilmoli! DillliiKhaiii Mr. mid .Mrs.
.lanioH Dougherty. -Mr. mid .Mrs. John
Waldion, .Mr. and Mrs. Prcilcrlck D.i
mnii, Miss Allco Marf.irlano. Miss
Cathcilno (loodalo. Miss .IcihIo Ken
nedy. Miss Melon Achilles. Miss Lati
ra .Volt, Miss nIIanil. Miss Noi.i
Swaiuj. Mlis Nora StiirKoun, Ml-m
Kalhoilno Stephens Mlsi Itoslo Her
bert, Miss i:thel SpuhlhiR. Mis iTthcl
Ill-shop, MIkh Ciirdoll.i Wnlkor, .Miss
Helen Alexander. Miss llerlilco Unit
well, Mlis lllancho Sopor, Miss Dor
othy Wood ur Now York. Miss Dor
othy Hartwotl, Dr. i'oiilliiiiiid Hcde
iiinii. Mr. Hot t Clark, .Mr. 1M Hode
iniin. Mr. Itnhort Thompson, Mr Wal
ter Itycrnri, Mr. Howard lledcnian,
Mr. Clinrlio Herbert, Mr. Flunk llnl
ktead, Mr. Samuel Walker, Mr.. Wil
liam Until Mr. Ulchard Wright, Mr.
Ilerhoit DtiHselt. Mr. Dixon Nntt. Mr.
Ouy .Mm-f.irlane. Mr. Waller Kendall,
.Mr. (ieorpo Fuller. Mr (lullrord Whlt
noj , Mr Oliver LiiiisIuk, Mr. Ilayard
iiyiie-smltli, Mr. Hurry Onylor and
Major and Mrs. Timberlake's Dinner.
A liaiidsomc dinner that deserves
especial meiiliou In iho social col
umn, was Iho function rIvoii last
evening, complimentary to .Major-Oenor.-il
and Mrs Arthur .Mm ray. On
this occasion Major and Mrr. IMw.ird
Julius Tlnihoilako were tho host mid
hostess. An abundance of.ieil rotos
were used In iho dlnlim rooni tho at
tillciv colors being chosen for tho de
cnratloiis. Suspended ocr tho circu
lar table was n tiffany l.iutp.tthc light
was solleiii'd bv means of n canopy
effect or red silk, rui landed with loses
111 tho same r)iade. A low, fancy hia
ket filled with rtin-s ami maiden hair
forn, Kiacoil tlio center or the clicu
lar table. Lighted led tapers, llllcd
tho numerous tall. French cnndlo
Rllcks and were shaded with (lurry
silk shades, fashioned to ropicseut
Bamttife& Mil Aft
II Whw 11
"Merode" and "Harvard" Kuit
Underwear for Misses
We are now showing complete stocks In COTTON,
LISLE, SILK and WOOL, and ALL SILK.
loses, The eight envois were desig
nated by Rilcsl cauls, Inscribed with
Iho hostess monogram In gold. Afler
dinner tho olllcers ami ladies of (he
(Hist wore luWlcil (u meet Iho distin
guished guests nf honor. Among Ma
jor mid Mrs. IMvvnrd Julius Timber
hike's guests of honor wcro Mujoi
(lciier.il and Mrs. Arthur .Murray, llrl-R.uller-tieneral
and Mrs. Muntgniueiy
Macomb and Mr. and -Mrs. George
(.'cm nil ami Mrs. .Mui'iiinh's Dinner.
Mxiinlsllo pink roses adorned h
j table at which (lencral mid Mrs. M.i
cniiili presided Wednesday evening,
when thei entertained nt n formal
dinner that wus given In honor of
Geneinl and .Mrs. Arthur .Murray.
Among the guests were General and
Mrs. Arthur Murray, Admiral and
Mrs. Walter Covvles, .Mrs. Coleman of
lialtlinoro, Maryland; Mrs. llyde
Smlth, Mr. mid Mis, Francis Mills
Sntiiiry, Mr. uml Mrs. Kdwnid Ten
ney, Governor Frear and .Major J.
Curtis Glluiorc, IT s. A.
.Mr. uml .llr. Iters' Dinner.
Scarlet polusetta tiinilc nn uttruct
Ive table ornaineiitiillou for the din
ner that was given Thursday evening
by .Mr. mid Mrs. Itlehnnl Ivers nt
their home on Collego Hills. Tlyi
twelve covers were marked with
handsome place cards: Candlesticks,
shaded with red silk shades, vvcio
artistically arranged on ttio i-.lile.
Among the host mid hostess' guests
were .Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klc
bahn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder,
Mr. and .Mrs. Kdward Tenney, .Mr.
mid Mrs. Herman Focke, Mrs. llydc
Sinlth mid ox-Governor George It.
.Mrs. Arthur .Marlx' Luncheon.
A doen covers inclrcleil tho lunch
eon tublo nt the pretty uffnlr Hint
was given yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. Arthur Marlx. A profusion or
yellow chrysanthemums formed tho
licit ill decoration, and the place curds
contributed their share nt color to
tho general color scheme of yolluvv,
The tnhlo wus arranged on tho niaukii
Iminl, midst a setting of tropical
palms. Mrs. Gerald Johnson of tho
17. 8. Marine Corps, who has become
very popular during her short resi
dence In Honolulu, was the guest of
honor. Among thoso who enjoyed
the hostess' hospitality were .Mis.
.fames Malison Kennedy of Fort
Shatter, .Mrs. l'utnam of Fort Do
Iltifcsy, .Mrs. Gerald Johnson of the
V. S. .Murine Corps, Mrs. Gamble mid
Miss Gullible, Mrs. Walter II. John
him, .Mrs. l'ratt, Mrs. Itockwoll, Miss
Kathorlnc Stephens, Miss Kthel Spald
ing and Miss Helen ltorkvvcll.
j llmise I'arli on .Mount Tantalus.
I Doctor mid Mrs. Ilruest Wuler
hinisn nro entertaining lit a wcek-ond
party nt tho John Wntcrhouso place
I on "Hound top." Thoro vvflf bo ten
guests, who 'left town shortly before
I two o'clock. Most of the party are
I driving up to the pretty home, situ
UR Entire Store is filled with the Newest, Choicest, and Cleverest Novelties for Christmas
and Holiday Gifts. The prices prove us to be the greatest value givers.. Visit; Sachs this week.
ated on line of the spins of Mount
Captain uml .Mrs. Carter's Dinner.
Captain uml .Mis. Cllflnn Con oil
Carter huvo Issued Invitations for a
dinner that will Jio given in Illinois of
Miijor-General and Mrs. Arthur Mur
my. The flate set for this social
event Is Wednesday evening, Novem
ber the tvvetity-iilnth.
In Iho social news of Iho week
none Is nf gie.ilcr Inteiest than that
nf Hie cngagt incut of Miss Irene
Khi'ivvood Cooper uml l.tetil Hugh It.
Ilnhinson of the II. S, ltevenuu Cutter
scivlee. The engagement Is or partl
cular Inipoitniico, for It will citlniln-
uto In a double wo.ldlug. that will
take place at St. Andrew's Cnthedral
on tho evening of December tho twenty-second.
Miss Cooper's twin sis
ter's engagement was nuiiounccil last
rummer to Lieutenant James Pine, a
brother officer of Lieutenant llobln
sciii. The four young people have de
cided to hnvc their man luge solemn
ised on the same evening, A military
wedding stimulates inlciesl in any
community, but n double military
wedding Is unprecedented In the an
nuls of Honolulu society. Doth of tho
prospective brides nro beautiful young
girls, who have Just Mulshed school
mid consequently huvo not made their
debut. They mo very iKiniilnr and
great Intel est Is centered In liiiscoui
Inr; social event, which will bo one
of the most Imrortnnt events, sched
uled for the winter season. Tho cere
mony wilt tako plnco nt half utter
eight mid tho ceremony will ho per
formed by lllshop Henry llouil Ites-
tarlck. .Miss Alice Cooper will bu
the maid of honor mid Hie Misses
Floicnce Huffman. Helen North, Flor
ence Gurroy and llcrtlm Kopko will
he Iho bridesmaids. Llttlo Miss I.oy
MeCnnilless and S lill Hocking will
net ns flower girls. The eight ushcrH
have not been chosen, that detail will
ho attended to on thu arrival nf (he
U. S. It. C. Thetis.
Mrs. Thompson's Luncheon.
Hxiiulslle In each detail was tho
"aeroplane luncheon" that was given
Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Frank
Kdward Thompson. Tho Hettln;; for
Iho heaullfiil affair was one uf tliu1Kr,,n!c !l"rds, who has been Imlls-
privalo dining roumi at the Alexander
Young Hotel. The delicately tinted
walls in a simile of p.ilo blue mid the
Innumerable polled plants and palms
arranged through thu room, made a
pictty euvlioii for tho affair. Tho
hostess and ber fifteen guests vvcio
seated at a table In the shnpo of mi
airship. Tho surface of tho hoapl
wus complotely hidden with hiiiIIiix
ami violets. Suspended oveihead was
an loropluno, composed entirely nf
violets ami maiden hair fein. The
effect was of an aviation meet with
the iieioplauo poised In lllght, from a
field of purple violets and a sward
of green. On entering the dining
room tho guests were nlmost specch-
Beautiful Line of
Irish Croohet Bags
LADIES' HAND-EMBROIDERED INITIAL HAND
KERCHIEFS, six in a box, at $1.75, $2, $2.25 and $2.50
MEN'S PLAIN HEMSTITCHED and INITIALED
HANDKERCHIEFS, a large (election now on hand.
N. S. SACHS
less with iiilmlinllon. .Miniature bi
planes, monoplanes, airships mid n
Molssant machine were nrinngeil In
some Inconceivable manner mid vvoio
nbserved floating around the room.
Tho portrayal of an aviation meet was
perfect In Iho smallest detail. Dimi
nutives biplanes ornamented tho placo
cards. Tho'lnnclieon favors vvoio tiny
monoplanes, filled with saltc1 al
monds. At each one of tho sixteen
places wus n corsage bouquet of vio
lets, tied with ilhhou tulle. Dining
Hie elaborate repast, Knal's orchestra
pl,icd all the latest isipul.ir airs'.
After luncheon ihc hostess and her
guests reviewed tho "Wllhrow Art
Kxhlhlt" lit the Young Ilolcl. Mls:
Hlhel lllshop was the guest nf honor
ntvthls uotnlilo event. Among those
who shaicd the hostess hospitality
were: Mrs. Hiirnhl (HfTard, Mrs. Gus
tnv Schncfcr, Mis. C. It. High, Mrs.
Harold Castle, Misses lllshop, Nora
Swaii7.y, Allco Macf.-iihinq, IMIIh Wil
liams, C. Mflnuilnlc, Jessie Kennedy,
Tenney, h. Sliiigeon, Peterson mid
.Mr. nnil .Mrs. Ilnlrlirliir's llrlilcr.'
Thursday evening, Ml uml Mrs.
Frank llatehclor onterlalirMl Inform
nlly at hrldgo in honor of Miss Aniln
(llenson of California. The first prize,
a cut glass bowl, was won by the
guest of honor, and the second prize
was awarded to Mrs. F. Chaiidllcr,
mid consisted of handsome writing
paper. A book or fiction constituted
the men's prize, and was won by Mr.
Dnrton. Ijiter In tho evening a de
licious buffet supper was served at
n long table, bedecked with pink
Wciliirsihi)- ('aril Club.
Among tho pretty enteitalnineiits
that can bo scheduled on tho Social
calendar for this week Is the
"Weilnesilay Hrldgo Club" that was
entertained on the twenty-second of
tho month by Mrs, Woolen at her
home at Fort Do Ituss. Thcro were
three tables of .bridge. Two substi
tutes were Invited, for two of tho
club members are III Mrs. Joseph
Shccdy, who Is' at Queen's hospital,
where she is convalescing nfter tin
oHrallon for appendicitis, and Mrs,
poscd at her home on Kccauiiioku
street for Iho past ten days. Afler
n delightful afternoon devoted to
"cards," the hostess' guests enjoyed
a "buffet ten." .Prior to tho serving
of the refreshments the three pretty
prizes, consisting of embroidered
card rases, were distributed to the
"highest hrldgers." Mesdnnies ltock
wcll, Daniel Hand ami Woolen were
the recipients or theso dainty trophies.
Among Ihoso who enjoyed Mrs. Woo
len's hospitality were Mrs. Neville,
Mrs. IMwanl Julius Timhcrlakc, Mrs.
Putnam, Mrs. Clifton Carroll Cartor,
Mrs. Arthur Marlx, Mrs. Watklns,
Miss Kolglcr, Mrs. Daniel Hand, Mrs.
Kockwcll, Mrs. Hoy Francis Smith
nnil Mrs. Pratt.
DRY GOODS CO.,
.Mr. ami .Mrs. TcnnriS .Dinner. ,
On the thirtieth of November Mr.
uml Mrs. Kdward Tenney will enter-,
tnln nt n Thanksgiving dinner that
will bo given nt their homo on tho
corner of Lunallbi and Pensacola
streets. There will ho eighteen cov
ers, nnil the derorallve scheme will
bo unique nnil beautiful.
- Orio of tho most pleasant enter
Inlnmonts uf tho season was the
''dinner dnnrn" Hint wan given Satur
day evening In innimeniorntlon of Mr.
Itm! Mrs. l.inz'a nfteenth wedding an
niversary. Their homo on Puliation
nvenito was filled with cut flowers,
consisting uf roses, violets unit chrys
anthemums, Hint had been sent to
them during tho day by their Inti
mate friends. At seven o'clock nn
clnbnrnto dinner whs served, the
guests being seated on the piazza at
long tables. Quantities of pink roses
nnil maidenhair fern adorned the
tables. Tho place ranis carried out
the decorative scheme of pink mid
green. During dinner Knal's quln
tetto club played and sung, nnil nfler
dinner this excellent oVehestrn fur
nished music for the dnnclug. Among
tho guests were the Honorable anil
Mrs. Itobert Shingle, Mr. and Mrs. Ril.
Paris, Mr. and Mis. John Wnldron,
tho Honorable nnil Mrs. Jack I low
sett, Mr. nnil Mrs. Herman Focke,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gustnv Sclmefer, Mr.
mid Mrs. Fred Mncfarlnne, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. F. C. Ilngens, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Prank Itlchnrdsoii, 'Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
Drone, Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer,
Mr. ami Mrs. C. Wldemun, Mr. nud
Mrs. Frederick Klebnhn, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Wnltcr Mncfarlane, Miss Wlllielmlna
Tenney,, Miss Jessie Kennedy, Jllss
uiurn Nott, Miss Allco Mncfnrlnne,
5llss Mnrgnrct Walker, Doctor Ferdi
nand Hedemmi, Mr. Guilford Whit
ney, Mr. Guy Mncfarlane, Mr. Ktl.
Iledcmaii, Mr. Kiistcn, Mr. 8t. Gonr,
Jlr. Pfotenhniier, Mr. Ilert Clark, Mr.
Herbert Dowsett, Mr. 8. C. Moncll
3Ir. and .Mrs. I 'linnc 1'riVs Din
Mr. and MrR. I.. Tenney Peck will-
entertain nt nn enjoyable "Thanks
giving dinner" that will ho given on
the thirtieth of this month. The set
ting for Hie dinner will be 'their at
tractive homo on Wilder avenue, near
Mrs. .Mi Stacker's Thlinbfc Part).
Mrs. F. McStocker gnvo an Infor
mal thiinblo parly nnd tea Monday
afternoon' at her homo on I.unalllo
street. The delightful alTalr wns
given In honor of Mrs. Coleman of
llnltiiuore. At half nfter four de
licious refreshments were served on1
the large nuikai lanal. Thnso who
partook of tho hostess' hospitality
were Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Arthur
Marlx, Mrs. Clifton Caller, Mrs. Gay
lor, Kirs. Itockwoll, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs.
Kingsbury, Mrs. A, S. Humphreys nnd
the Misses McStocker.
.Major nnil .Mrs. Tluihe,rlake's Dinner.
An auspicious event will tako place
on Friday evening, December tho
first, when Major and Mrs. Kdward
Julius Tlinbcrlukn will entertain nt
their artistic quarters at Fort Ituger.
The form of thu entertainment will
ho a dinner. Covers will bo laid for
linn, anil Mrs. Low's Dinner.
Juilgo and Mrs. Hartford Italian!
Dolo will bo the guests of honor nt
a dinner thittf will be glvon by the
Honorable and Mrs. Kben Low on
Dolls ! Dolls
Bisque and Kid-body Dolls
DOLLS' TROUSSEAUX In strong Wicker BatkeU
LUNDBORQ'S PERFUMES, In handsome Holiday Pack
get, from 75c to $3, i
General mill Mrs. Miiromli's IHimrr.
Mr. nud Mrs. Iter's Dinner.
Major anil Mrs. TlmlirrliikrV Dinner,
Mrs. I'. HiiMciiirN llrl.lgeT
Major mnt Mrs. Woolen Dinner.
House Purl i nn Tanlaliis.
('miinlit uml Mrs. liirlir's Dinner
.Mrs. FninV .TIinliiison's l.iniclieon.
3lr. nnil Mrs. Trntir) Dlnnnr.
Mr. uml Mrs.Xnii Dinner Daiire.
lion, mnt Mrs. 41. I,oh's I'ol Mariner.
Mrs. Tenne) Perk's Dinner.
Pa n re nt Country Club.
.Major nnil .Mrs. Woolen Dinner.
Mrs. McSlnrkcr Thimble l'arlj.
.Miss Cow lis lii'Diiterlaln.
.Mrs. V. (luj's Liineheon.
Seolllsh Thistle Cluli In Knlcrlaln.
Illrl Inlay Pari).
Ileccpllmi at r Leauue.
lieu, anil Mrs. Low's Dinner.
.Mr. and Mrs. Ilalchilor's llrldge.
Kmi Social Club In Knlcrlaln.
Wednesday llrldge Club.
Friday Ilrldgc Club.
. S oC""-k. ""
Miss Conies In Knlcrlaln.
Tho "Thursday Luncheon Club'
will not bo entertained on tho thir
tieth of this month, although that Is
tho regular date of the meeting. On
account of "Thanksgiving" falling on
that date. Miss Edith Cowlcs, who Is
Dear lo the Heaits of the Women.
DR.T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
m am ttoTK&&m 1
Yellow nnd Muddy skin, giving a delicately clear and reilneu complexion
which ovcry woman desires.
No. 10 For sale by DrucKltts and Fancy Goods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York.
All colors in Silk
lo bo tho hostess for this week, will
entertain either the day beforo or tho
day following Thursday.
Mrs. Thomns, wlfo of Admiral
Thomas, Is expected to arrive on the
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessaiy
Article for Particular Women
who Desire lo lielain a
Every woman owes It to herself nnd
loved ones to retain tho charm of youth
nature 1ms lustuwcd upon tier. For over
half a century this article has been uaeil
by actresses, singers unit women of
fashion. It renders tho skin like thn
softness of velvet lenvltijr It clear nnd
pearly whlto unit Is highly desirable when
preparing for dally or evening titttre. As
It Is a liquid nnd non-greasy preparation.
It remains unnoticed. XVlien nttomllnc
dances, balls or other entertainments, It
prevents n greasy appearance of the com-
fdexlon caused by the skin becoming
Oouraud's Oriental Cream cures fckln
diseases nnd rclUvcH rliinhiim. Itenioves
Tan. Pimples IUackhcatts. Moth Patches,
llnsli. Fri-tkles and Vulirar TlriliiiiiH.
New Art Goods
ami Grass Linens
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