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YOUNG HOTEL 10 BE SCENE OF
BRILLIANT BALL FOR S1INERS
Mr. James McCandlcss Will Be Host to Aloha Temple Next
Friday Night Coming of Fleet Adds Zest to Local Society.
Illi: Alexander Young Hotel will
Hie scarlet Hun era tent a brilliant ef-
' A r" TJ " . r ' ; ' feet , tho .cncrt.1 color HChnne. Tho
Krlilny eenliiR. December tlio luitlet and sideboard, were panned
elchtli. when Mr. Jihiios Sut- ..in, maiden lialr fcni Interspersed
ton McCnndlesH will entertain'
In lionor of tlio meniliers of
Aloha Temple, Mr. McCamllcm btlns
the potentate of the order. Tho
Shrlnem ball will be one of the most
elaborate social functions of the sea
ion. Tho environment of tho hotel
will be perfect the lon? palm garden
nltuated between the two billrooms.
mokes an Ideal promenade, between
lances. Or for the guests who are
lot devoted to this Tcrploehorean art,
the roor garden, with Its seumii 01
palms and tropical follago has been
Instrumental In promotlim many teto
tctes, or If one Is Inclined to watch
thu dancers, as they pjsj "to and fro,'
they could not chose a better envi
ron. It will bo bright moonlight 0:1
this particular evening and the beauty
of tho suiroimdlngs will be ncccntii
nted. Mr. James Sutton McC.indless
makes an Ideal host and Is renowned
for his hospitality. Tho following In
vitation has been received:
Mr. James Sutton McPandless
Potentate of Aloha Temple
Anrlcnt Arable Order Nobles of th
Invite you to u dance
on Friday evening, December eighth
' at' nine o'clock
at the Alexander Young Hotel
Honolulu, II. T.
. R. S. V.' I'.
Mr. and Mrs. Tenney's Dinner.
There were several elaborate
Thanksgiving dinners to mark the
season us one of exceptional festivity
end holiday cheer. One of the hand
somest dinners was given by Mr. ami
Mrs. Cdwarit Teimey at their home
on I'ensacola Btreet. The decoratlvi
,'eslgn was unliio In that unly veg
etables were nscil to carry out tlio
decorations. Mrs. IMwnul Tcnnev's
personal supervision was evident In
:he details of the table ornanicnta
tlnn. whleli were carried out to tho
tmallest detail, with n painstaking ef
fort to procure harmonious lesults. A
wnrm rich tone was furnished In the
lining room by tho Intindyctlon of a
number of potted poinsetia
with the cut Mowers. As tho side
vails of tho loom are In a dark green,
the combination made n harinoiilou-,
background for tho long table thai
was arranged to sent twenty-two
guests. In the center of the table was
a large Chinese basket, of the satin
style that tho Chinese vernier potions
ills fruit and vegetables. Ilie i.asi.oi
was glided and was heaped with dif
ferent varieties of vegetables. The
container was at a "lilted angle, the
tomatoes, egg plant, artichokes, cu
cumbers, com, eclory, sweet peppeis,
brussels sprout, etc., presented tho
.. .rn.UMi of tlltnllllllK Ollt. TilO
jildes of the basket weie tilmined with
tranches of Chill nippers ami In the
enter of the basket was a largo ro.se
fashioned out of a cabbage. Overhead
was suspended n mammoth ball of
maiden hair fern. Instead of tho con
ventional Btioimcrs of sutln ribbon
or tulle, glossy, scarlet crauberrler
worn trniie nml festooned from the
basket of maiden hair, the six loim
strands wero vvlneil with the ream
i.rv naii.iriiiriKi lnn and attached to
thu renter niece. Many lighted can
.ii.m. ,i,i.i,..i tn the lirllltjiiov uf the
The nhntr picture Is of MNs Irene Shi-maud '....icr, lioi- ng..ge.
int-nt to UHHcimnt Hugh Ik llnl.liis.ii, has been m.noum.d. I he I.. Mr-
. 1 si (.....itlfiil girls In II11110I11I11. Mie N a t "
dies, added lu the brilliancy of " ' " " '" " .,. , ,, possesses an .Atreuol) atlr.iellve per
table, the lighted tapers were placed Inn) til" f " liniiniu ijp 1
In small summer siiuasnea, nun wero miiuiiiij
utilized Instead of candle sucks, 1110
jhndes were mado out of red crepo
nniinr. lined with vcllow and weie
decorated with sprigs of the Chill
iifimer. At one end of tho table was
n large pumpkin, containing cl!ow
and white clMsanthrmums. ine
'lnuers wrro made elltlieli of Veget-
nlilu mill looked so natural that tiny
one would think they wem the natural
flowers. At the other end or tlio ta
ble 0110 observed Chinese llllles, ai-
naienlli- growing In their nalura
room, where the remainder of the fair Is l. take place on Tl.nrsdijy
evening was spent, mu sle U.,d n hi overniu; , ee ,. e .. .
WshloMed games rorming uio eiuei mi" u"n .- "-j ; ..
'a isemei t Among Mr. and Mm. ni mi.HiiR tlilr honeymoon li the
4lvva.d Tenney's guests were Senior Islands will bo the .ucs.s of honor,
nml 'Mrs. Ocorgo II. 1'nliehlld, Mrs.
" ..--. ' ,. .....1 m, n..rl.i.it V.lmlr.il mid .Mrs Conies' lllnner.
iioien fsoun.ui, hi. " .
Mr and Mrs. Oustav Schaefer, Miss Among tho nn'lnerablo dinners of
Violet Makee, Miss Tenney, Mlsa Cor
delia Walker, Miss Helen Alexander
111 ii,,un ilerlieit. Messrs C. S. 1101-
paienlly growing In their nalurai ,0Buy vv Hnyx Waller Kendall. C
htute, on examination they were found j jBrl;,.rl c Wntermaii, II. II. Walker,
In be crtlflclnl and corniced of veg- v Toimt... nm pTarl: AiiiibIiouk.
otubles. The white hibiscus plants
wero a fac-slmllo of tho flowering
shrubs, each detail of the decoration
was a marvel of accuracy. The plnre
cards weie hand-painted turkeys nr
langcd on standards. After .111 elab-
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plants their guests adjourned to the tlrawin
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Warren's Dinner.
Mr. nml Mrs. John Tioiih.diu War
ren are planning a dinner that Is to
bo given next week at tlio Hotel Colo
lilal." The Invitations will bo Issu-d
by tho first of next week and Iho lit
the season was the function given last
evening by Adnilliil mid Mrs. Walter
Cowles. The dinner was given In
honor or Ailm'linl and Mrs. Thomas
f'oveis vveio aiiangi'd Tor sixteen.
Tin! rnlnr senium1 was led and green.
Senile! pnliiheltlas wero used piofuse
y In the dining 10011I nnd as a table
decoiallon. Among the guests In-,
vlted In meet Admiral nnd, ,Mrs.
Tlinnias weie Majoi-flenoral and Mrs.
Aitlmr Mnriav. Ililgadlei-Oeneral
Major nnd Mis.
Mrs. rrcdcrlrk William Colemnii of
lJnltlmore, Miss Wnlkerr-Ur. Vfucker
Smith, U. S. N., Mr. K. Fnxon Ulsiiop
nnd l.liutenunt Calhoun.
jr. Francis .Mills Snmiri's lllnner.
Mrs. Kruncis Mills Hwnnry gave n
i.nii.iiumin itlnnor Thursday evening
nt her liomo on College Btreet. Tho
letiterpleco was n largo silver oowi
filled with dltTereiit vurlelies 01 is
land frultH, tonslsilng of puplas,
poinegraiiltes, banaiins, grapes, pine
upplea, IlK'i, orniiKes, etc., etc. Around
the bam of tho bowl were arrnnged
spiays of foliage In tints of red and
brown that bore a strong leseiiioiance
, .1..1, li.nvi.s. The combination of
fruit and foliage produced a stunning
offer!. Silver eandles.lcus, noiuing
llrhted tnpers shaded with silk
shades, were placed hero nnd tnerc
and contributed to the attractiveness
or the table, Tho place earns weie
hund-palnted turkeys that were sym
bolic of TlinnksRlvIng Hay. After
dinner Mrs. Svvniixy and several of
her guests played bridge. Among
thoso present besides the hostess
Hum Miitor-delieral and Mrs. Arthur
Murriiy. nrlgadler-tleneral unu .virs.
Muntgoinery Mucomb, Mrs. Kiedorlck
William Coleman of llalllmore, Mil.,
Captain and Mrs. Clifton Carroll Car
ter, MIsb Nora Swanry, Count Cana
varo, Setior Arntiu (tho Spanish Con
Bill), Major (illmore, Lieutenant Price
and Lieutenant lvnii 01 rori ihir'-i
and Lieutenant Andrews.
.Mr. and .Mrs. CarlHrlght's Dinner.
A ihuen friends enjoyed the los
pllallty of Mi. nnd Mrs. Ilrucu Cart
wright Jl. Wednesday evening, when
they entertained In honor or Miss
Klhel Ulsbop at their homo liiNuuumi
Vallej Threo lonnu iiiuku -ileeoiated
with loiig-Btenuned Amerl-
11., ,.,!.- rnai.H! four EllefllB Were
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seated at taeh I utile. 1 ue iiiiiiuniiiuo
baud-painted plate e.irds were orna
mented with one single Ainem-im
Ileanty rose. Among Mr. and Mrs.
Unite C'nrtwrlRhl Jr.'s guests weru
Miss IHhel Ulsiiop, MIhb Agnert Wnlk
er. Miss lidllh Wllll.iuw. Miss llertha
Koiike, Count Canavuro, henor Araiin
in,. Rimnlsh Consul). Mr. (leorgo
lAiller, lr. Kcrdlnnnd Hedeumnn nnd
Mr. IM. Hedeiiinnn.
jrujur mill .Mrs. Tliuberlake's Itlnner.
The "lose dinner" given Inst even
ing at their homo nt Kort Huger by
Mninr mid Mrs. Kdward Julius Tlm-
berlake was a beautiful affair. The
house was tilled with palms, baskets
uf maidenhair nml cut iiowers. mu
numerous roses exhaled a delicate
and sweet fiagranee that was notlied
as the guests entered the dining
room. SuBpemtfil over me iuuib nu
ll large funcy lamp; the light was
Hittined by 11 pink Bhade, represent
ing a mumiuuth rote. The eight bII
ver candlesticks wero ornamented
with shades of loses, the numerous
petals being fasliloneii 0111 01 ""
Bilk. The conlerpleco was a low lias-
ket. Illled with Duchess roses; iu
tall handle was completely concraie-i
by smilnx. The guest cards weie or
namented with the hostess' monogiam
In gold. Among those present were
i..i.... 11,1.1 Mrs. I-Mward Julius Tim-
i...rii,iii. mIks iMltb Cowles. Miss Norn
Svvnnzy, Lieutenant 1'ilce and Lieu
Caplulu and .Mrs. Curler's Dinner.
Ciiptaln nnd Mis. Clifton Cairoll
i'.,,i..,- mxulited over a beautiful din
ner that was given Wednesday even
Admiral and .Mrs. Clinics' Dinner.
.Mrs. Francis M. Hwnn)s lllnner.
Cnplnln Klllcolt's Dinner.
.Mr. ami i!r. Temiej's Dinner,
.Major and .Mm. Timbering's r,:aner.
.Mr. anil .Mrs. I'lirlwrlghl's Dinner.
Ten on Hoard (he Maryland.
.Miss Anderson's D.inclmr rnrly.
Dr. and .Mrs. Jiilinslune's liunclieon.
Captain and .Mrs. Curler's Dinner.
Mrs. Unrrej's Luncheon.
Mr. .V-vllle llnlcrtalniil.
.Mr. mid .Mrs. Schnefcr's DniirlnK
Laiincli Hide to I'mrl llarhnr.
Captain nnd Mrs. Marlx's lllnner.
Mr. nml Mrs. Wiirnn's lllnner.
Air Cartnrlghl's Tinnier I'arl).
Mrs. (Iii)'s Liinclnon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tenner l'eck's Winer.
Mr. mid Mrs. I'lilmer's Dinner.
Kvliinernnr Carter In llnlcrtiilii.
II mid Mrs. Illslinp's Dinner.
Ten on Smith Dakota.
Miss (I. lloberlsoii's Dinner.
Ofllrers on Cincinnati K'ntcrlnlu.
Mr. and Mrs. llllman'.s Dinner.
hlti mall. Wmiilnrd Xutlials.
yUmah.Wmiihird iiillai. I.vlV-
coiub-Viiodn.ird .upllals. lTiri
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and Mis Jiaiomii, .viajor nun .u,o. ..... ... """' ..,. ..,!
Neville. Mib liaiicla Mills Swniiyy. Ing. eninpiiiiieimuy i .....j.,.-s.--.--
and Mrs. Arthur Murray. I'lumeu
chryFnnthcmuins produced n prelt)
lloral decorntlon. Masses 01 tnese
floweis were used throughout the
dining room nnd on tho circular
tahlu. Owing to the following day
being Thanksgiving Day tho placo
cards xvero nilnlaturo tnrkeyB. inese
uppioprlute cards wcio done in crayon
work by th host unit nosiess seven-year-old
son. Much mtlstlc ability
was displayed, and tho cards weru
greatly admlied by the guests of
i...... ..,,.1 11... ntlii.r friends thai weie
present. Among those wlio parioon
nt f'.ntiiln nnd Mrs. Clifton Carroll
Carter's hospitality were Major-don-
eral and Mib. Artnur Murray, iirmu-dler-Clenernl
and Mrs. Macomb, Major
mid Mi's. Neville, Mrs. Frederick Wil
liam Coleman and Captain nnd Mrs.
Captain KlllroUN Dinner.
Captain Klllcott of tho U. S. S.
Maryland entortuliicd Thursday at a
Thanksgiving dinner linn was gneu
In honor of his son and daughter.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Itoss Kingsbury
of the U. 8. Marino Corps. Dinner
vvns served nt seven o clock In tlio
Cuptnln'B cabin. The table was pret
tily decorated with lavenuer ami
white asters. During dinner tho
ship's orchestra rendered an excel
lent musical program that wns appie
elated and enjoyed by tho Khests.
Among those present were i.ieuien....
and MrB. Itoss Kliigsuury. i.ioihuiiiihi.
mid Mrs. Hoy Kruncis snmii 01 .
V S Navy, Miss Marjorio rtiien, nu
Is spending the winter with Captain
and Mrs. Johnstone at Fort Shatter,
and KiibIkii VWIl f ,ho " S N"v'
1i. ami Mrs. .luliusliuie's l.ulirhroii.
Sunday, December the third. Dr. and
Hi.- inliiiHtmie of Fort Shatter will
entertain nt luncheon, complimentary
to Miss Uniuhart or 1.0s unios, v.m.
Army nnd Navy photographs, l'ost
tnul photos $1.2r, n dozen nt Henry's
Studio. 7 Hotel street, near Fort.
P Hearts I
are hard to win when one's I
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.nmntn.lnn t mailffll III
pimples, blackheads and
blotches. .Strengthen our
charms, by keeping )our
complexion clear, with
HID'i H.lf ui IMA" Di
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Important Sale of Holiday Handkerchiefs
MONDAY MORNING, DEC. 4th
Our importation of Irish Linen and Swiss Handkerchief, surpasses in Maii,y variety and style anything we have shown in V yjs
ed, InitLl, and Plain Linen Hemstitched for ladies and gentlemen Beautilul Real Lace, Armenian L 'J opportunity to make your selec'
imported Madeifa Kmbroidered Handkerchiefs. This week our whole line of Handkerchiefs will be on sale, giving you , y
tions at Bargain Prices. Some of our leaders:
Hand. embroidered initial border, oft-bleached put up In Fancy Boxes, tlx in a box.
neaular. $1.75i tills week 1.40 Reflular, $2.25; this week 1.75
Rerjular, 2.00! thlt week 1.50
Regular, $3.50( this week 2.75
Ladies' Plain Hemstitched
Finest Irish Linen
price, $2.25 perdoaeni this week,
price, $2.75 perdoaeni this week,
price, $3.75 perdoaeni this week,
price, $5.50 perdoaeni this week,
price, $6.50 per dozen this week,
price, $8.50 per dozen; this week.
ing 6 Handkerchiefs
neaular $1-25 per box this week.. $1.00
Regular $2.00 per box this week.. 1.50
Reuular $2.75 per box thl's week.. 2.00
Usual price, $2.25 per yad this week...
Usual price, $2.75 per dozeni this week...
Usual prlco, $3.75 per doaent this week...
Uiual price, $4.50 per dozen; this week...
Usual price, $5.50 per doxent this week:..
Usual price, $6.50 per dozen) this week...
Usual prico, $8.50 per dozen) tills week..
Usual price, $11.50 per dozen! this week.
CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS IN FANCY BOXES
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
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