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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1912.
General and Mrs. Macomb's Reception
I'erfcct In every detail wiih the par
ty Hint wni given mi N'ew Year's (lay
liy (Icucrnl and Mm. Alcuitgnmery Ma
comb. Although there wcru no Invl
tallmis Issued, their Iiomo on Hcictn
nla uvciiuu wns thronged between the
lours of I lie reception. 'I lie (leiici.il
mill hie wire, lmve cmlciircil lliem
reives lu tlie coiniiiiiiilty consequent
iy llielr nuiiiy friends mill ncipiulnt
nnees weia iiiixIiiiih to cull Mid wish
llicm a IlSppy New your, (,cneriil
ninl Mrs. Mnciimli. Admiral and Mm.
Thomas and Admiral mid Mrs. Walter
Cowles' iccelved In the drawing loom.
The hostess looked exceedingly hnnd
some in an Impelled gown of white
alio, wllli an ovciilress of while mm
(,nlo(te and lace. Mm Thomas ttm
clad In a cream crepe, do chlno, em
liiulileicd In a conventional design.
A iniime luit was woni 'with the cov
'nine. Mm. Waltei' Cowles' costume of
clilhon and luce, was greatly admired.
becoming hat of white, Willi touch
es of iliil coniilpted the toilette. Dur
ing the' hours of the iiceilloii the See
on infau'.iy band played, which lent
additional pleasuio to t ho occasion,
I he decorations for the nffalr weie
simple, hut effective. The entire
house wns lllled with roses ami other
cut lloweis mail) of the (lowers weie
('llts that had been' sent to the hos
iers In the dining room, Mrs. Neville
served coffee unit .Mm. Kmiik II. Kd
.viinl ponied tea at a tulile, profusely
It'coratcd with white unci yellow ehrj
Hantlipiuums. Mrs. Nellle win bo
cnmlngly gowned In a whllo lingerie
vllh touehes of yellow. The large pic
tine lint of burnt straw, with trim
ming of yellow roses, harmonised with
.ho chic toilette. Mm. Frank n. I'M
wards looked glillsh nliil pietty lu a
cienm net with embellishments of luce
iver China silk, a white hat, trimmed
in pi ulc limes mid baby blue ribbon
completed the chic ostuine. lu the
s.tnie riioni. Mm. IMward JulltM TIiii
beilake mid Mrs. Clifton Canon c.ir
teV served the, cgg-nogg. The former
army matron looked stunning In a
handsome Climy lace robe, over white
satin, a large white chip hat ti limned
In loses wns wjiii. Mm. Clifton Cnr-
i'ui earner wore a smart nniiil cm
uoldered nfoiiinoii frock of white. A
long pink Bash was worn, arranged
'n the new Kiench effect. A large
picture hat trimmed lu white plumes
and pink roses was exceedingly ho
' coming. A number of the service wo
.ticn assisted lu tlio entertainment of
the guests. Among them weie Mis,
Vooten of Tort I)e Itnssy, who looked
dimming lu n palo blue cropo do
chine, with a largo black hat, sur
.Minuted with a white plume. Mrs.
.lames Madison Kennedy of Foit Shaf
ei ami Mhs Sylvia Wilder also n&
s'sleil. The former wore a becoming
gown of whlto china silk, heavily em
hiohlercd. A hnnilsonio black velvet
plumed hat completed the costume.
Ml mi Wilder was a plctuie lu a pom
padour satin, lu shades of mauve and
while, with a lavender plctuie hat.
Mies Ruth Anderson's Swimming
Miss Itnth Anderson Invited a dozen
fi lends to paitlclpatu In a swimming
puily that was given Friday aflei
loon. The hostess mid her guesls
i.ict nl tlueo o'clock at the home or
Mlsa Andeisou'H grandmother at Wal
kikl. Atlracllvo bathing suits weie
donned and all hour or more wns de
bited to swimming. At half after live
i delicious butTet tea was served In
the dining room. The clicular table
vas adorned with double eai mil Ions
and maiden hslr fern. Among those
who accepted Miss lluth Andeisou'E
hospitality weie Miss Doiothy Wood
of New Yoilt, Miss Hose Herbert, Miss
Theluiu Murphy, Miss Helen McLean,
A'lss Alnitha McChesuey, Jllss Itulh
I'opi'r, Miss M. Chaplu, Miss M. Jones,
Miss 1'iaiicls Conens and othniB.
Finest of EMBROIDERIES, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, SHIRT-WAISTS, WASH N
SILKS, PILLOW TOPS, and many other beautiful articles in this line . "
WILL tBE SACRIFICED FOR CASH FOR NEXT 30 DAYS
(POSITIVELY RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
Give "Us a Call, It Is Worth While
"Vii it Miib'miiSm-'A'ithi'MuL''MMd
Hall ill l'iiltiTli Club.
.Mr. ninl .Mrs. Hepburn's Dancing
Ten on I'. S. S. Weil Virginia.
Judge it ml .Mrs. Hole's Luncheon.
All's, IV, MIIIIiiiiimiii'n Lutiehinii,
.Mr. ninl .Mrs. Tcniicj's Pinner.
.Mr. mill .Mrs. (1, Midler's llliuiir.
Cupl. mid .Mr. Putnam's Illuuer.
.Mrs. Hrnnn Diiterlalns,
I! Inner on Snulli llnkntu.
Jllss ('(inper to Kulcrlnlii.
Luncheon Club I.'nlcrliilind.
Tea mi Janinir) Ten Hi.
.Mr I .Mrs. (.'. Wilder' Ten.
Illuuer on V. S. S. Wot Vlrglul.i.
.Mr. mid .Mrs. Waller Dillingham's
(eiienil mill Mrs, .Macomb's Dlnnir.
Dinner, Dunce on p. S. S. Murjlnnd.
Phimdcr ami llniiee ill I'e.irl Harbor.
Ailnilral Thomas' Luncheon.
The .Misses McStockerV Dinner.
.Mrs. Kckart's Ten.
.Mr. mid .Mrs. II. P. Illlllnghiiiu's
Miss ItorkneU's Swimming 1'nrl).
Mrs. N no nan's Luiiclicon.
Tea, Mliiuhi, mi If. S. Wcsl Virginia.
Mrs. II) ill-Smith's Dinner.
I: Inner on flagship.
.Miss Covi lis' Illuuer.
Mr. Charles Brennan's tjanclng Party,
The members of the )outiger social
sot are anticipating the dancing paity
tint Is to bo given this evening by
Mr.. ChnrlcH Iiieuiiuu, The paity Is
In bo given at tlio home of Dr. and
Mrs. Kaymoiiil on Iicretnnl.i avcniio
Mrs. Brown Entertains.
Thn members of the Wednesday
nrhlgn Club hnvo elijo.ved the incot
1'igs that hnvo taken place every fort
night slncn the club wns organized
i.r.irly two years ngo. None of the
Meetings hnvo proved more onjoynblo
than tlio one this week which took
placo at the homo of Mrs, Turner, I'.
r A. On this occasion, Mrs. Ilrown,
wife of' Colonel Hi own of the Arlll
Iciy Corps, wns tlio hostess. The
prizes wore cxceptlomlly hnndsomo
mid weio won by Mrs. I'lituam and
Mrs. Frederick William Coleman. Tlio
former army matron wns presented
villi an exquisite Canton salad bowl,
Mis, Colenian'n Irophv wns a large
cako plate of the samo ware. After
the awardment of the prizes the hos-tei-a
and lier guests adjourned to the
dining room, whero delicious refresh
ments were served. A number or Ha
waiian boys, who posess excollenl
oires played on mandolins, guitar
and ukuleles ami sang dining Hie re
pi.st. Tlio music was gieatly oujo)ed
b; the assembled company. Among
those who enjoyed the lutstcss hospi
tality wore Mrs. Woutun, Mrs, Neville,
Mrs. Arthur Murix, Mrs. I'lituam. Jlis.
J Hoy I'ranels Sinllli. Mrs. Tinner, Mm.
uoiemau, Mis. watuins. Mm. I:d
wmds and Mis. Joseph Sheedy.
Dinner on U. S. 6. South Dakota.
The wardroom of the U, H S. Bout!
Dakota van the scene of iniieli galty
Weiliiesday evening, when l.leut.
Todd, 1'. S. N entoitalnod a niimlicr
Jf fi lends at dinner. The table vvus
linndbomely decorated wllli Duchess
nw!-m.ii.ipii.i1. i swiyii "4i"r'-jaiyrn
loses and suillax. The placo cauls
were embonsed III golil with the South
J.ikcita lu mlulaliire. Attached to the
card were ship's ribbons that were
worn by the "fair sex." During the
elaborate dinner, a stringed orchcH.v
pla.vcd, which added greatly to the en
joyment of tho affair. Among the
host's guests were Mr. nliil Mis, Hoc
King, At Ix Kloienco Hoffman, Miss
Jessie Kennedy, Miss Helen Not III
Miss l.ydla AleStocker, Miss Itcniili
Cation, l.leut. Daughmati, KiihIkii lliu-
ror, Kiihlgu Conner, l.leut. Coiiimau
der Thumbs and others.
Buffet Tea on Board tho U. S. S. Welt
Tuesday afternoon, l.leut. Com
mander Janios of the U. S. S, West
Yliglnla was bust at a charmingly ap
pointed ten Hint wns given in the
wuiilioom of the ship, (elaborate dec
orations were planned and carried out
for the occasion, Tho color scheme
was while ami green. In the een.er
of the long tuble, from which tho huf-
let tea was served, was placed a tall
c.it glass vnso lllled with white Al
lied Curlier roses, r'rom tho celling
v.iiE ai ranged a hamlKomo canopy,
compose'd of inn II o and white roses,
studded here and llieio with tiny
Knen mid white, electric light. Tliu
favors for the women folk wero cor-
..ago botuiiiets of white loses and
miildeu hair tied wllli shin's rllibumi
embossed lu gold letters with II. S. s'HIcott, l.leut. Connlr. mid Airs. Bhup
(st Virginia. During the delightful' '"' Ueul. Comdr. Dope Lieut. Deuce,
ten the ship's oichestrn illscoursedi Lieut. Keklimd, Lieut, ( A. Ilonvll
lopular airs and played later oil the '" KimlRii W. O. Stiles, Knslgn l.lrh-e.uaiter-ilcck
for dunelng Among tensteln, Knslgn OV W. Cmss, Knslgn
lliiise who p.irllclpaled In this do-j Kn. Uiiklgn It. W. AVucst. Dr. K. A.
lUhtful nffiilr weru Airs. Hell, Allr-J Vlckery, Paymaster Tohey, Captain C,
Hay Hell, Air and Airs K. lllaiiclmrd,
Miss Kumake.i Alaguou. Mr and AIiv.
Hiirold llaysclden, Allss Kmmutiiie
Alngoou, Allss rioicnco While Lieu'
Comuiamler James, Lieut. C.ty, Lieut
Dmles, l.leut. I.owrcy, Lieut. Heeler,
Mr. liiton Atngoon ami others.
Mrs. William Wllllamton's-Luneheon.
Mm. Wllllntu Wllllniiisoii will inter
tain on Wednesdny of next week, at
n luiiclicon (hat Is to be given In
honor of Airs. Arthur Modulus. The
Cffulr Is to he given at tho hontens
Lome on Nuiinuu avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Oerrlt Wllder's Dinner.
Air. mid Airs, (lerrlt Wilder enter
tained at dlniieY, Wednesdiiv evening,
complimentary to Captain ICIIIcott of
I he U. S. S. .Maryland. Cut Mowers
and maiden hair fern formed mi at
tractive table decoration. Anions
llioso present weie Mr. and Airs, (ler
ilt Wlhlei, Air. and Airs. Hleluii.;
Ivors, Mrs. .1 S. Walker iiud the giies.
( f honor Captnlu Klllcott.
Captain and Mr.i. Putnam's Dinner.
(Inutilities of scjilet carnations and
maiden hair fern adorned the table
at the enjoyable dinner p'irly that was
til veil Thursday evening by Captain
and Airs. I'uln.im at their homo at
Kort Do Hussy The dinner wns giv
en In honor of Captain ami Airs, (lame
and Captain and Mrs. IMwards.
Dinner Dunce on r. S. S. Mar) land.
Thursday evening the quarterdeck
ol the V. H. a. .Maryland resounded
with mirth mid garni), when Captain
Klllcott mid the minimum otllcers en
lertuliicd thiee score of guests ut a
dinner dilute. The dinner was served
on the (iiiaiterdeck at u U-NUapcd
table, which occupied one end of the
deck. The table was decorated with
u profusion of red carnations, suillax
mid maidenhair feru, with accesso
ries or silver candelabra, adorned
with scarlet silk shades The seventy
live iilacea weie arrayed on the outer
edge of the It-shaped table and were
marked by dainty and attractive place
cards. The iiuarteideek wus enclosed
with palms, Hags nt nil nations and
pennants. A soil light was shed over
the entire scene by dozens and dozens
of Japanese lanterns that wero fes
tormul around the deck. The Mary
luiid'n orchestra played during dinner
mid for the dancing. Just before the
conclusion of the elaborate dinner
Captain Klllcott arose and said as It
was leap year, the )onng girls and
young matrons were expected to nsk
for the dances and iitlend to the gen
eral welfare of the menfolk thut were
present. This iiiinounceiuetit was met
with great enthusiasm, and the "fair
sex" entered with urdor Into their
new duties, asking the "sterner sex"
for dunces, escorting them around the
deck and showing an exaggerated In
terest by funning them and trying to
anticipate all their wants. It is need
less to state that the Innovation pro
moted Jollity, and the young people
who attended voted the entertainment
nun of the social successes of the sea
son. Ono of tho popular rendezvous
was an arbor fnshloued out of cocoa
nut liber and palm leaves. The enclos
ure was built lu front of the turret
and was lilted up with cozy corners,
arranged for Intel estlng teto-tetes.
i'iiik h anil lemonade was served lu
ihls ntlior. tho .voimg people pjrtnk
l.ng of the cooling beverages during
ho Intermissions of the dances
Among those who enjoyed tlio delight
ful dinner dance weie J.leut. Connlr
and Mm. Williams, Air. mid Aim
James Wilder, Air. ami .Mm. Arthur
vVllder, Air. and Mrs. IMward Tenney
Mm Heln Nootian, Miss Wllhelmlim
reiinev. .Miss Hnvllaiid, Allss (leruld
luo Neiimnn, Allss Violet Alakee, Allss
Wattle l.ucas. Miss Callle Lucas, Allss
Norn Sivauzy, the Misses Wilder of
lcllehun, Allss Julio AlrStocker, Allss
I.MIth Cowles, Miss l.ydla AlcStockor.
iJeut and Airs. Itoy Francis Smith,
l.leut. uud Airs. Hoss Kingsbury, Dr.
Tucker Smith. Lieut. Connlr. anil Mm.
I nng. l.leut. mill Mm. Calhoun, l.leut
Mid Aim. (Inylor, Allsi Helen North,
Miss Jessie Kennedy, Mr. uud Airs,
(leoige Davles Air. mid Airs, Waller
riaiieis Dillingham, Miss AudeisVi,
Miss Duckley, Captain and Airs, (llll,
l.leut. and Mm. Wade. Ciuituln J. AI.
auipbell. Midshipman (Indeiwood,
MlilKhlpmau I. c. Sherman, Alldshlp
i inn J. T. Alexander, .Midshipman T.
. Darker, Midshipman J. W. ttates,
vildshlpiuun II. W lllll, MldHlilpniu-i
AI. Hudson, Midshipman N. U Klik,
Atlilshlpiu.in ('. (I. AlcCord uud thlrtv
otflcers from the other four ships
Distinguished Guests In Honolulu.
Air and Mrs. (leorgo Arthur Vcdder
mrlved lu Honolulu Xiiibs Da) on the
Siberia, and are leglnteied nt the Mo
'ina Hotel Kollowluog Is a clipping
f i oni the I'asnilenn News:
As n lilting cllnuix to nn unprcri -denied
number of delightful serial
functions Incidental to the mnirlage
of Allss Florence Atnrthn Thomson
and (leorgo Arthur Wilder cnine the
wedding List evening at the home of
the bride's patents, .Mr. mid Mrs. J.
Dawson Thomson of South Orange
The bride's gown of Ivor) whllo
'at In was combined with white vel-
oiiih of which the court train was
made and her tulle veil was caught
with a spray of orange blossoms.
Duchess and, point lace, which was
worn by her mother on her wedding
day, formed the garniture for the bo
dice of this weddliiL' i,iln Tin. i.ri.i..
cnnlcd no Mowers, but Instead of the
conventional houuuet an Ivory-bound
prayer noon and her Jeweled orna
ment was ,i diamond oeinl.-ini the rirt
of the groom.
After the ceremony, conerntuliitlniia
were showered upon the )oung cou
le, mid Air. and Mrs. Thomson stood
near to receive wllli tho bride mid
groom. Mis. Thomson wine an ele
gant gown of black uncut velvet coin
Lined with white lace, and illinium, I
Later the bridal nuriv i.:itl,n,v,i
nroiiiid tho table In the dining-room
mid made luciry while tlu Inn lnim.i.
present were served to rcfietuuicuM
on the verandas ami about the rooinn.
notei Alnr) land furnished ibN iri,i....
mul Its management should be con
gratulatod upon the brilliant success
ichlev'ed lu nervine u, ,.,, ...1,1.
Mich iiroiuptness mid dispatch. On,-
or Ilie lllicxiiected ninl tiii..i..uii,...
events of tlio evelilui: was it,., nn.
noiincemeiit nt the bridal party table
of tho engagement of one of the
nridesmnlds, Allss Ada Heelev. mi
Mr. Hoy Ilalley of u Angeles, mid
.in- uewiy aiiiaiieed maid was made
Hie subject of spucch-iuaklug ami cou
"rntulatlon, As the guests departed each was
presented with a box of ue.i.il,,,. .,t.
oi unmerited with n monogrnni ofg. Id
in one in ino upper rooms the, wed
ding gifts were airnnee.i ih,.i .i,
ifiiests might have mi opiHirtiiulty of
Mfing ino many cosily mid elegant
reinembruiices vvlileb im.i i.. ..,
ered ii,on this popular young couple
-mcr nir. nun Mm. Wilder depart
ed upon their wcddlm. i..,,r...... .1...
destlimllon having been kept li m-
V"1 l ' generally understood
hat Ihey sail Tuesday on Ihn slhe-
rla for Honolulu. The bride's going.
nwuy Knwn Is blue mid giey mixed
cheviot tailor-made, and sho'woie a
'lack velvet hat trimmed with red
Japonlcas. .Mr. ntnl Vn, v.u
, . . " "mci niiii
to nt home to their friends In i.vi-
firv nt s?r. ii ... ...... . .. I
--'? . b.u , .iiiii.'iii, iiiii-ft III Mm .......
home lecenlly built for them.
The Misses McStocker's Dinner.
iciiow coreopsis mid maiden hair
fern formed Iho ilecorntlons. at the
prettily npiHilnted dinner that was
Given Tuesday evening by the Allsse
'IcHtockem. Tim ,,i,.,. ....,
-"- i'i..v.v- titi weie
hund-palnled with n llowcr deslg.i ol
-.."ipsis. w,,,.,. ,, elnlMiralo coiiisp
(Ilniier the party ,,, ,0 , Mf.
""in Hotel, where thev eni,...i .1...
olllcers' ball. Aniiiinr tbok. tt
m'1 " J,ls" '7""" '""' '" I- "Li
AlcSoekers liospllnllty were AILss
K.IIII, Cowles. Miss Helen No.th.
Lieu Leo Sahm, Knslgn T,()rilL.r ,,
Or. Ilaughmaii of the U. S. H Cole
1 mlo and Knslgn Wlest or tli,. n s t,
Mar) laud. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Illllnglulm.s I,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.
Jl.11rs.lay Mr. mid Mis. v'r(.r
' ranch. I)I1K.. entertnln ,.
ormally 1(mor (), ,.., Tl.r1I ,
of the United Slates Alarlno Corps.
The table was pu-ttlly decorated with
Shasta daisies uud m.iliKnhalr fern.
riKiM. present wet,. Mr. and Mrs.
Walter K.anels Dllllnghani. Captain
and Mrs. C'lirton Curioll Caiter, Allss
ruiices Dlllliighaui and Captain Ter-
Miss Alice Cooper to Entertain.
Miss Alice Cooper will en.'ciliiln the
..,., neon ,,, Thursday. J.,,,,.
nr.v tho eleventh. Several guests will
invi en l enjoy the alMlr. I.osl.l.,1
it'ie club muuibeiB ,
, Tra on January the Tenth. J
I Alls, crank llatchelor and Mm. S.l
i.e Doughi:, have Is.ued Invitation
Tor a lea, that Is to be given iTt tin '
fanner's home 011 M.iklM ktroet 'I he
hours .ire fioni :t to ii. On this i e
ir.ion Mis Percy Cleghniii will be ihc
guest or honor.
J CJiimmIci nt Pearl llarbm.
The chowder i.nt' given last ven-,
line, at I'eail City wns .1 distinct sue ,
........ .....I 1. .... !..!.. .....I I.. I
,,nn ,111,1 nn iiu uciiait H III C
umiiber of tho smalt set ol this city I
A number of people left on the .i 1
train, while others motored. The
chowder was given ut tho home ol
All. and Airs., Hubert AtkliiMiu Al
though Air and Alra. Atkinson wire
not the host uud hoitess for the ocea
sloii, hut kindly loaned their home
The chowder mid hot supper was
served under the tiem, lu true picnic
fashion Captain Klllcott of llu;l' 8
H M.uyland seemed the ship's band,
for the occasion. I'lie musicians I
pliiyed during supper and uflei wards 1
for the dancing that took place In the I
large puvllllou, The bright moonlight
' 4f 'f'-w-i wsiin'flii
H THE GENUINE SHIRLEY
THE BKACES WITH A GUARANTEE.
There arc m- v 'inl y Ptcsiilunt Hraes vv,,ni
than any nthcr Mini
Because they uive jierfect oitnfort.
Because they outwear all others.
Buy only the jrenuine with S1IIK11V PRlSIOlM
on tile buckles aim with this
every pair. 1KAJ) ,T
Guirnlfc; f ttw e tira. .
pari' mail I'wm i
nam ( o-nlrr ila' r
fcoaiT ' ac frc ir tP'1
The C. A. EDGARTON diTG. CO.,
SHIRLEY, MASS, USA
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED !"
Lntest styles and shapes, Larfle assortment to choose from. IV
K. UYEDA ''
NUUANU STREET BETWEEN HOTEL AND KtNG
I Ley le.ivo to announce that I have,
in addition to the business conducted
by me as a Wholesale Dealer in Jap
anese Provisions, Groceries and Gen
eral Merchandicc, undet taken the busi
ness of a Commission Merchant,
Merchant Broker, and will alto repre
sent different firms as their agent for
tho Territory of Hawaii.
I thank all of my customers-for past
favors and cordially solicit further
NUUANU STREET, NEAR KING
Phone 1675 P. O. Box 9C3
night enhanced the 011J0) incut of the
affulr Among those who participat
ed In the pleasant outing weie Mr.
and Airs IMward Tenney, Airs. Helen
Kooiiau, Lieut and Alls. Hoy Francis
Hinlth, Lieut, uud Airs. Cnylor, Lieut,
mid .Mis. Calhoun, Lieut. Cuuimmiilur
and Airs. Uing, Lieut, mid Airs. Kings
bury, the .Misses Tenney, .Ceruldlno
Neumann, Alakee, Callle l.iicus, K.
Stephens, Anderson, Helen North,
1 1 nl 1 1t- Lucas, M.uy Lucas AlcStocl.cr
(!!), Ilneklc), Rockwell, IMIth Wll
llninc, Agues Iliiehuiian, Oavlland, N.
Kwniizy, Wlhlei, Judge and Airs. A.
Wlhlei, Air. mid Mrs. James Wilder.
All. and Airs. H. Atkinson, Allss Cun
ningham, the Allssea Jones, Air. uud
Mrs. (1. Wilder. Miss Parker, Allss
Cumiiilngs, .1. Kennedy, Allen, Capt.
Klllcott, Lieut. Pence, Lieut Kckliind,
Lieut. Uriiiilllla, Knslgn Stiles, Knslgn
Cowse, Knslgn West, I'nyiiiHsler
Tohey, Dr. Vlckery, I.leui Win Pope.
Lieut lllult, Knslgn Cay lot, .Midship
men I'liileruood, Alexander, P.uker,
Sherman, Kirk, Hill, Kstes, AlU'ord,
llodgiiu, ('apt Kllmiil, Knslgn llaiigh
iiimi, Knslgn Horner, Knslgn Ku)s,
Everybody Admires a
1 'iniHipcB 1111,1 ii-tir,!',, ntiiiouiu, iirm,,r ,,,,. ..,,,,,. , ... ....-, ........
Patches. Itnsh l"ir kb and Vulcur Iteilness Yellow nnrt Miuldv fckln, ilvlm;
11 di'lleutely clear mul reflned cninnlexlon wlmli every 011,1111 Uclre.
No tl For sale hy Drugislsts and nun v ciikhij 1 inner. x
Ferd. T. HopUins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York, fv
1 1 n r nf "
All Jack Atkinson. Lieut. Thomas
Llrut. (lay and others.
A'lss Cowles Dinner.
Lieutenant and Mis (Ihorinlc)
Lieutenant and Airs. Hoy Frjucl
Smith, the MIsm-s McSlockcr ('.!). AIU
AI. Allen, Lieutenant llcauginl. Lieu
tenant Davcy. Lleuteiriut Salmi am
1.1 iilenaut Pilce. weie seate,! at tho
o'clock dinner table over which Attn
i'owIcs presided as host Inst oveuln
A golden mass of coreopsis combine!
villi lacev ferns decorated (he cento
of the table mid slrewn over tho dam
. . . ... .',
sk einiii were nanny sprays Of III
)ellow bloom I'olloulug the coffee,)
delightful lurununl sin-IiiI hour wu
enjoyed after which the party attend
cd the dancing pait) given by Air
end .Mis. Hepbuiii.
Yesterday Air mid Airs. 0. ltodlek
children mul Miss (Jeruldlno .Neil
man letuiued to their town housi
In N1111.11111 Valley, after n pleasaiil'
two months' sojourn ut the beach.
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T. FEUX GOURAUD'S
1 v I1
Indispensable and Delightful
for Fashionable Women.
A ilnlly necessity fur the lmllrv' tolUt
whether at ht'iiii' r wlille tntvetlnir It
prutetls tlie fktn iiuin liijuritiuri directs
of tin, eleinrnt Klves a uuudrrfully ef- C
fectlw beamy to the
, niiielcxlnii. It In 11
iKTfctt nen-gieitsy Toilet I'reurn unil (KiS
illvely will not ciiuh or vncnuraico tho
gronlh of Imli which All turtle shouM
Kliaid iiKuinol when st'l.-rtliiK u toilet uu
imriitlon hen iliuu mi. t,u ling or oth
er txertluua lifl tliu iklii, it pievents a
Gouraud's Oriental Cream baa been
highly nHtiimneiull hy pliynlcliinn, act
rt'sves. kiiicih uui women or fushlim for
over half 11 lenturv ami eiuinot lw sur
iwmI when prcpjiliiK lor dally or cven-
Gouraud's Oriental Cream cures Skin
Ttemoves Tun I'lmpl. , lllaklieii.a, M01I1
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