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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1912..
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Mr. Benjamin F. Dillingham's Garden . AilamK, Mm Klennor Ityde-Smlth, Mm,
Mm. Ucnjanilti Francis Dillingham
v. as hostess at one of tlio largest gnr
den parties this season yesterday aft
ernoon. The reception of the guests
took iilnco under some of the magnill
cent old trees on the Dillingham plate.
Eighty guests were bidden to meet
Walter Frances Dlllitighnm. Mm. .lolm
Krdmnn, Mrs. ltobblns 11. Anderson,
.iirs. rredcncK Kinnip, Madam Ivem,
.nrs. Francis Mills swanzy. Mm. ltlch
nrd Ivors, Mrs Oerrlt Wilder, Mrs. M.
F Prosier, Mrs. Waller P Powles.
Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. .lames Wilder
.Mrs. Charles Wilder. Mrs. (leo. Potter,
Mm. Charles Adams and Mrs. Meaner, Mrs. Clifton Carroll Carter. Mm Nor-Hyde-Smith.
It was a perfectly charm-, thrup Castle. Mrs. William (loodale,
Ing day and -was most thoroughly en-iMm. Arthur n'lliler. ir iin,,i,,,in
Joyed. Mrs. Dillingham Is one of Ho-' Francis Dillingham, Mrs. Harold 1)11
fiolulu s very gracious and distinguish- llngham. Mm. William L. Whitney
cd women, with whom It is nlwas a Miss Clair Kelly. Miss Alice Cornel
pleasure to be associated. Mrs Wal- Miss Marian Scott. Miss Jessie Knnf.
ler Dillingham poured coffee; Mm.
William Whitney sered salad and
Mrs. John Krdman scried punch.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Shingle's
Mr. and Mrs Ilobert W. Shlnglo en-
JINs Klcamir .Slurgciin Luncheon
Miss Kleanor Sturgeon entertained
the alumnae of the free kindergartens
nt n luncheon on Thursday nt her vnl-
fnrflllnml n, rtlntini nn Mnmlnv oi-iinltifr ... M. ... .
. . . 7, V, i , ' ,' -'"n icy uoine rue tauie decorations were
at the George lleckley home, where minue, representing the child nt kin
Mr. and Mrs Shingle aro living while dergnrten and the tovs used for his1
their own home Is being remodeled, niniiteinent The table center wasl
The table center was adorned with a adorned with u daintily gowned doll I
rold basket tiled with AmerlcuA beau nml nt ncll eUf,fV pllK.e aa lunch.
v roses and mor the satin damask ,, tllS0r Wllli sma, anmnl of g(jm
re graceful spravs of line maiden ., a ,in..i,ir,,i ...i i.
tmlrfern The pace cards were l or wns enJo)fl 1)y MSH sturgeon's
M wlh the shingle monogram I BUP3lSi nllo wcrt, Miss nrret Micas',
"o'her-of -pearl Mr and Mrs. Shin Jns9 (jertruill, nrowI1, Mlss Iola Log-
,1 ,T" worl ,Ir "JY? Mrv. Joh" '' MR8 Frances Cousens. Miss Snrn
A Ualch Mr and Mrs. Albert Newton ,.rillt ami m,, Coi,ls. Tne aimnn0
Campbell. Mr and Mrs. waiter Mac ecUfA to do n really commendable
larlane. Sir. and Mrs. William II. act of lmbnc Hpiritcdness. They plan
Campbell Mr. and Mrs 1 II. Petrle, 1o crPCt drlnkIlg fountal , 'oll0
Captain Johnson and Mm. Charles A.,of tlie kindergarten schools.
Mr. nml Mr. Olio lllcrhach's Dinner.
Mrs. Louis J. Warren and Mrs. J. T. Mr nn,i Mrs Otto ISierbnch wor.)
Warren's Tea. the gracious hosts at a wcll-uppolnteil
Mrs. Louis I. Warren and Mrs. John dinner on Thursday evening of this
Treholm Wan en entertained at an In- week when they entertained for eight
lormal and pleasant serving tea com- friends The tuble was massed In
pllmentnry to Mrs. frank Lelghto.i white enndjtuft and asparugus ferns
Gibson, who Is now the house guest rite hour after dinner was devoted to
nf her brother and sister. Mr. ami Mrs. bifdgc jrs. Percy .Mors.- w,n the
J. T. Warren. The house was beam I- dy's (lft. a manicure set with m
fully decorated In masses of golden shngs of mother of pearl. Mr.
coreopsis and snapdragons Sewing ninrleB Hon was ghen a silver-mount-and
pleasant chat whlled awav the e( corkscrew for Ills cleer plalng.
hours all too quickly. Mrs. David jr. nnj jlril, Hierbiich's guests were
Thrum. Mrs. Krnest Clark and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Handolph 0. Moore,
Annette Ilooge of Pasadena assisted jr ,um- jril. Charles Hon and Mr.
the reception and the pleasure of the um jr!t Percy Morse,
ICuptnJii mill 3lr. (Injlcr's llrlilge.
Mrs. Ranney Scott's Tea. I Captain and Mrs Gaylcr entertained
The pretty Manoa home of Mrs. the Friday Kveulng Hrldge Club at
Uanney Scott was beautifully decora their pretty home on Thurston nve-
cd with jellow roses, yellow chrysan- nuc. Captain and Mrs. C.av.cr's guests
.Mrs. II. i KcrrN Ten. " US
(upturn mid Mrs. (lujlnr l.'nterlalii.
Miss Klemuir Slurgcon's l.tiiirlieiin.
Mrs, Itu'niic) Scull's Ten.
"Tin- Crcltit on the Hearth."
Mrs, Kllxnhelh Hntcrliousc's Ten.
Mr. ii ml Mrs. Ilnrulil Dllllngluiin's '
Mrs. Kli-nnor lliilc-Sinllh In llnlcr
lain. College ('lull Luncheon.
Mr. mill Mrs. Ilnhhlus Anderson's Din
ner. The Sen Ice llrlilge (lull. ,
Mrs. II, Y. Dillingham's Cnrgen 1'iirlj.
Mrs. Joint lloss' Chllilrcn's lMrty.
Mr. mid Mrs. Teniiej Perk's Dinner.
Mr. Ciislendyk's Slag Dinner.
Mr. mid Mrs. Waller Frauds Dilling
Mrs. Archer Irrtln Knlerlatiis,
.Miss Mlrliim Slacker's Diiurlng I'urlj.
Miss Aim j miliums' Dancing 1'arl).
.llcclliig of l'li'ino ('lull.
Mrs. UcMiiiilcr Koherlson's Shinier
Mrs. Ltilgalc a Luncheon Hostess.
Mrs. M. M. Srnll's (.'union Luncheon.
Miss Helen llrouu's Sewing Te.i.
Mrs. Turne's llrlilge Afternoon.
Miss Carrie llohcrlson's Children's
.Mr. and Mrs. Hnrrj Isliard'i D.inr
Mrs. II. V. 1'iitlcu's Curd Aflcrinioii.
Mrs. Charles Kriulcr's llrlilge.
The Dramatic Club.
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themums and golden coreopsis for her were Ail nil nil and Mrs. Covies, Cen-.Mrs. H. L.,Kerr's Tea
, ul w.
Irs. Frederick Dwight Lowrcy, Mrs.
Francis lllakoly McStBckcr.'.MIsrt'TA
ilia McStocker, Miss1 Julia Me9ti)c.Ser,'
Jim. llnrry Frederick Wlchtnan, ,MIssi
Violet Stoevcr, Mrs. James Wakclichl,
Mrs. Newton Locke, Mrs. Helen Storrs, j
Airs. David V. Thrum, Mrs. Klmcr B.i
l'nxton, Mrs, Charles Wilder, Mrs. IV
II. Purvis. Ilss Delia Weight Mrs.i
Charles B, Weight, Mrs. Laeklalul.'
Miss Anna M; Paris, Jim, W. II. Dab
liltt, Mm. II. M. Hepburn, Mrs. lllrlc
Thompson, Mrs. Handolph 0. Mooie,
.Miss Marlon HavllamL Mrs. William
O. Smith, Miss McCullougli, of Holly
wood, California, Mrs. Alexnndcr C.
McKeovor, Mm." Neely, Mrs. Harry
Wilder, Mrs. Conrad C. von llamm.
and Miss U. Hcnnlgliaii. i
The Cricket on the Hearth.
It waH ery Ilttlng that tlio Dramat
ic Club of Uahu College should pro
duce ono of Dickons' plays, as this
yenr Is tlio niinivarsary of his ono
huiidiedth birthday. Tlio faculty did
yell in selecting Tho Cricket on the
Hearth, as It was within tho under
standing of tho students. Tho purls
wore well selected ami woro well sus
tained by tho pupils. Kach member
of tho enst did such excellent work
that it Is difficult to give nny ono espe
cial mention. Htitli Sopor as blind
Lrcrthn was excellent; her voice was
plnlntho and full of pathos and at no
lime did sho forget that she wns blind.
Alexander Anderson ns Tacklclon was
very capable and painstaking; ho was
cynclcal nlmost to tho last. Lllllo
was like an old plcturo from Dickens;
sho wns very funny nml In ono less
fulled for tho part It could easily
have been overdone. Thelma Mur-.
phy fln the dignified and extremely
fastidious Mrs. Fielding wns good. Do
ris Taylor was u sweet and dainty Dot
nml was pleasing nt nil times. Dixon
Nott's rendition of tlio toymnkcr's
innn was exceedingly good; ho was
perfectly suited to tho part; his scene'
with blind llcrtha was especially good. I
Hazel Ilucklanil made n winsome'
bride. Allan Kenton as John I'eny
blngle was consistent and did his pari
well. The houso was crowded and
early In the afternoon no scats were
to bo had. It was so well done that it
could easily ho repeated. Mrss Cooper
deserves n deal of praise for hor care
ful interpretation of tho play. Tho
orchestra, composed of Piinahnu stu
dents, deserves especial mention, us
they were tho menus of tho (lino not
teeming long between nets.
Mrs. Douglas and Miss Swain's
Mrs. Snlllo Douglas mid Miss Genu
leve Swain entertained their friends
at an evening of music nt Vlda Villa.
Mrs. Sackabury, who Is tho possessor
of a round and full contralto voice,
wing ruvcrat selections. Mrs. Frlcdly
gave n whistling so'o Hint was heart
ily applauded. Miss Swain rendered
several splendid piano numbers. Mlsi
Harriet Watty, Miss Falrwcathor, Mm.
UouglaB, Mr. Frank Clcgliorn, Mr.
Georgo Wnrren and Mrs. Frlsscllo fu-
oreil the guests with vocal and In-
Ju.r V'jr ,.
125 ir "'! v k 3Z
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MONDAY, May 27, to FRJDAY, May. 31
Rtrinnontnl ftulortlniiH. Ainntiir Mm.
1 Tlnmrlna nrtil llasi Qn.nlti iriiAula u-nrn
i. 4t..J ... ... . .... ....' wui.(,..o wss s.o.-, ,.... B .. ....SJ
tea. The rooms uere most attractie ral und Mrs. M. M. Macomb: Major wM v'l .'...,. "-., i, , '.. . VST,, Zn V ,. V , ; I ?ir- """ ,1.' ': .' v;""' .""
ami Kfiarilra tliu irfliitl tarn narn mnhf ,t Mk MMIIInm 11 11...sn. t.. . ,..!
of the hostess. Mrs. Frnncis Mills and Mrs.' Clifton Carrol Cnr-er. ilujor largest and most fashionable teas glv ton, Mm. I'liirip" Foster Frcar. Mls) Frank Hachelor, Mr.-and Mrs. Frank.
1111 IUI, UIKI IMIOi lUV,nUIIIII iuiiuim
.'harles I)lghtoli Gib-
Ir. George Warren,
Ir. Clark. Mr. Frls-
fl ill iirt. iti I r, tt.VJ, iiiiii. iiin ir. ii(jiiiii : .. .. .. ...
lek W. Macfarlam-. Mrs M M. Scot'. Neville A welsh rarebit was enjoied Productions were on vlow. Tho herr Hitchcock. Mm. I'erlev L. Home. Mm.l"0.' Mr Vlrc,",'a a,,u -lr- f ranK
Swanzv liolireil I OHee anil -Mrs. Hlell. nml Mrs N'el le M inlnm.-in I. nil. -" " BtruBUH. illiu-iuieij iiurir us l'olor Mra Amlrnu- Pllnr Mu V.iT .
nrd tiers sered imnrli. Mrs. Scntr s immii nml Mm Tumor .ut ii,, tv.'slven In honor of Mrs. II. M. Pogson. .... M,a v w nirvi., im 'w ' I Cleghorn, Mrs. (
cuests were Mrs William 0 Irwin. wnnU The ton scores wen. Mrs r,i. Bn '' of renown In California. Scv-, nnmlnln. Ml nnnld Mrs A 'v nrtr' 8on ot 'flokal, S
Mn Tnmnininn Cmi-ior tra iVmiar. .. !-, i I.,,, ,.... . t.. ...... ....i n..i. eral of this talented woiiinn's artistic mi.- si.a w n iinii i t n ..i.Mr. Iloy I atteli, J
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In order to make room for a large ship
ment of Hosiery now on the way, we are
going to make this a sale worth while.
Silk Hose, Lisle Hose, and Cotton Hose
all must go.
25c Grade, at 20c ; 50c Grade 3 for $1.00
65c grade at 50c ; $1.00 grade at 80c
$1.50 grade at $1.20; $2.00 grade at $1.50
$2.50 grade at $1.95; $3.00grade.at $2:25
Just received, per last steamer, a fine (
line of Good Quality Umbrellas that we '
are going to place on sale for three days
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
at $1.25 each
Regular prices from $1.50 to $2.50
Come early and take your choice for
Mrs. K. Faxon Illshop, Mrs Charles hy tne guests
1912 GAS IRON
Will f'o a day's ironing for on'y $ .03
worth of GAS. Price complete with
ffonuiulu Gas Co., Ltd.,
ALAKfjA "ND BERETANIA
jnmes waKoneiu nourei ten. anil ro- p.00, Miss Lemon, Miss Ida Pope, Miss nesday aflei
freshments were served by Miss Kath- nnrr0( McCrncken. Miss Sheldou.Mm.l wcro very 11
Icen Kerr, Miss Katlicrlne Paris. Miss j Ki shmiyi Mlssdrnco Putinnn. Mm. 'sain era we
Catherine Jones. Miss Hester Piatt, j. s, a rnll MBa Margaret Water laid .lohuson
homo was attractively decorated with w , iiop'pcr." Mis. Itob'ert llnlsjlcaili, 15lcsl,or"'
calla lilies and the lovely palo lliits miu ir,, m.u 11 w smin, mux'
of oleander. In tho receiving party llertha Kemp. Mrs. Aibert Waeriiotis.! The Service Drldge Club.
were Mm. II. L. Kerr. Mrs It. M.IPog- M(RS Julia M'ehbody. Mrs. Sherwood Mrs. Itoss Kingsbury was hostess
son and Mrs. I-. . Girvln. Mrs. i-um,, Mia i.-ii,ni,u, in. iuu for the Service HrlilL-e Club on Wed-
Jnmes Wnkclleld poured ten. and ro- p.00, Miss Lemon, Miss Ida Pope, Miss nesday afternoon. Tho gift prizes
pretty 1 anion cups ami,
.cro glM'n to sirs, tier-
inson and Miss Julia McStnck
and Miss Muriel Wakefield. house. Mrs. T. G. Thrum, Mrs. Needier as top scorors. Tho members of
The following guests wcro bidden ham. Mm. Jonathan Shaw, Mrs. I)oro-tlio club present wero Mrs. Wnlter
lo this charming party: Mrs. II. N inus Scudder, Mrs. Frank 8. Scuddtr,, Cowles, Mrs. Stuart Johnston, Mm.
Pogson. Mrs. W. 1). Alexander, Miss Mrs. W, N. PAUcn. Mrs. W. I.. Whit-! -Williams, Mrs. Walker, Miss l.ydla
Agnes Alexander, Miss Mary Alcxau- ney, Mrs. Joseph W. Podmoro, Mrs.i McStocker and Miss Julln McStocker.
der, Mrs. A. L. Andrews, Mrs. II. W. Maclntyre. Mrs. R. It. Heldfonl, Mrs. The Invited guests woro Mrs. Gerald
Andrews, Mrs. A. C. Alcxnnder, Mrs. Stanley Livingstone, Mrs. Chester Llv-i Johnson, Mrs. Hurry Marlln Hepburn,
W. D. Adams, Mrs. J. II. Athcrton.MlsH Ingstone, Mrs, J. M. Whitney. Mrs. 1. 1 Miss Prtscllln KUlcott anil Miss Irma
Kate Athertnn, Mrs. K, W. Anderson, T. Waterliouse. Jr., Mrs. Wells Petor-j Hallentyne.
Mrs. K. A. Ilerndt, Miss ltosher, Mrs. son, Mrs. Finik Lawrence, Mrs. Theo-'
II. K. Dond, Mrs. W. A. llowcn, Mrs. doro ltlchardi, Mrs. Alfred C.N, Itasch, Mr. and Mrs. Robblns Anderson's
Wlllard Drown, Mrs. S. I). Ilarnes, Miss Frnnces Lawrence, Miss Kathcr. Dinner.
Miss lilltli Itosslyn, Collals, Miss Ino -Woodford, Mrs. It. A. Woodford, Mr- nnd Mrs. Robblns Anderson en
Church, Mrs. A. 1:. Cross, Mrs. S. K. Mrs. Henry II. Uestnrlck. Mrs. Chns.. lertalned eight friends at dinner on
Cousens, Xlrs. Walter Itoland Coombs, T. Fitts, Mrs, Philip I Weaver, Miss Monday evening nt their delightful
Mm. Lydla Hliigham Coan, Miss Mar- Catherino Reynolds, Mrs. Levi Tenney I Mancn home. Tho tnblo was mosl
garet Clarke, Mrs. Richard Cooke, Peck, Mrs. K. S. Sorcnson, Miss Anna' nttiactlvcly decorated in cut. flowers
Mrs. Charles M. Cooke, Mrs. Harriet Sorenson. Mrs. Anthony Raymond Me- and greens. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson's
Castle Coleman, Miss Krmlne Cross, Lane, Mrs. K. G. Hitchcock, Miss Hello1 RiiestB wero Judge and Mrs. William
Mm. Albert Newton Campbell, Miss Johnson. Miss Jano Johnson, Mrs. 13., WJiltney, Mr. and Mrs. Rannoy'Scott,
Dear lo the Heaits of the Women.
DR.T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An Indispensable and Necessary
Article for Particular Women
who Desire lo Retain a
Kvery woman owes It to htnelf anil
loved ones to retain tho charm of youth
nuturo nua bestowed upon her. Kor over
half 11 century tills artlclo haa been uied
by nctreasva, clngers and women of
fashion. It renders the akin like the
Holiness or velvet leaving It clear and
pourly whlto and la highly desirable when
preparing for dally or evening attire. As
11 is u iniuiu anu non-greasy prepara
Allco Kooke, Miss Clark, Miss Mary Konke. Miss Ilcrtlia Knpko.Mlss Ksth-
Carter, Mrs. Northrtip Castle, Mrs. er Kopko, Mrs. Ij'reilelck Lincoln
Cooke, Mrs. Frank Damon, Mrs. San- Waldron, Mrs. J. Wnlter Jones. Mrs.
lord II. Dole. Mrs. 11. F. Dillingham. Thnmns Herbert Pntrlo. Mrs. L. L.I
MrB. Frederick Dwight, Mrs. Harold G. McCnndtess, Mrs. Agnes II. II, Judd, pupil at Miss Darkey's private school,
Dillingham, Mrs. Charles II. Dickey, Mrs, Frederick Jowett Lowrey, Mrs. will como homo to spend hci summer
Miss Dillingham, Mrs. Nathaniel L. Arthur Wall, Mrs. Alexander Young, vacation. Many favors aro being
Kmerson, Mrs. Amos A. Kbersole, Mrs. Mrs. K. A Jones, Mrs. A. M. Merrill, planned for this Island girl
Mr. and Mrs. ricnjamln Lodge Marx,
und Mr. and Mrs. William Lovo.
Miss Lucy Dlmond, who has been a
I 'ISJI'a FurimorunmMmi
ff) Ifiil'n uTufriMnniiClJlcu.
1 tft-l rtiwrtRCTiiupKiKs.
T JsSSII SIGmwJiJMsst.-jMwYbas.:
Yellow and Muddy skin, giving
wnicn every ivnman nosires.
It remains UnnottetMl. Wli,n nllnmllni,
ilunri'S, balls tr other entertainments. It
prevents a greasy uppearunce of the com
plexion caused by tho skin becoming
Gouraud's Oriental Cream cures skin
dlreuses und relltvea Kunburn. Removea
Tim, Pimples llluckheads. Moth Patches,
Hush, rrecklfn unit Vulgar Redness,
a dollcatcly clour and refined complexion
Tor sale tiy Ilrueslt and Fancy Goods Dealers.
FercL T. Honkins. Prcin.. 37 flrent .Innea Strrmr. Nrur Ynrlr.
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We are now showing an Exceptionally Strong and Attractive Line of
Ready - To - Wear Garments
We are told every day by women who visit our Millinery Department
that SACHS' HATS have juit that distinctiveness and originality of style to
make them Ideal for every and all occasions.
We have juct put on display a number of our latest '
White Summer Hats
Fine Milan Knox Sailors Knox Panamas
Ready To Wear
SATIN and PONGEE REVERSIBLE COATS, In the latest cut for even
Ings. A very pretty and useful graduation gift. Sachs special price, $15.
TOURIST or TRAVELING COATS made of medium-weight wool. These
just arrived by express and are cut on the latest New York styles.
WHITE NET DRESSES and LINGERIE GOWNS in the newest models.
Large and choice selections In all sizes.
MOTOR COATS ALPACA, LINEN and PONGEE DUSTERS.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY of BATHING SUPPLIES.
Silks and Press Goods
We have just put In stock a large shipment of new seasonable goods for
this department and are now able to olfer for your inspection a number of
very handsome effects. Particular attention is .drawn to these two
SILK MULL, 27 Inches wide, in handsome deilgns, In all the latest shades,
50c per yard,
' STRIPED and FIGURED MESSALINC, 26 Inches wide) in all shades, for
"Modart" and. "Nemo"
N. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., LTD,
FORT and BERETANIA
OPPOSITE FIRE STATION
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