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Alterations Free of Charge. New Nemo Corsets A New Assortment just to hand. The Nemo System provides Models that build up a slim figure, and reduce a stout figure. These Corsets, are unequalled for durability and comfort; sold at N. Y. Prices, $2.00, $2.75 and $3.00. Ladies' Riding Skirts Ready made Riding Skirts of Brown Linen and Khaki, all sizes at $5.00 each N. 8. 0D3 CO. THE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN. New White Emb'd Wash Belts With Pearl Buckles from 25 up New Gloves Elbow Length, Glace Kid Gloves, White, Brown and Black .......... .$3.50 pr Royale Kid Gloves, a guaranteed kid love, ' 2 clasps, in black, white, tan and gray at . . $1.25 pr Real Cape Driving Gloves, a fully guaran teed Glove, all sizes at ...... .$1.75 pr Silk Gloves, double tip, 2 clasp, in White, Pongee, Navy and Gray . . . r. . .65 pr New Silk Mesh Gloves, embroidered back, 2 clasp, in Black, White, Pongee and Gray at 65 pr. Malinette A moist-proof Maline; we guarantee it against all moisture; its colors are ab solutely fast dye 40 yd. The Simplicity Shoulder Brace and Suspender The most simple of all Braces for Support ing the Back, and expanding the chest . at ". T.... . ...50 New Art Denims In a large variety of neat patterns from . . . , 20 up 2Z s SOCIAL CHATTER 1 ' HOME TALK CillTAINLY the younger set are having glorious good times this summer and one of the most enjoyable affairs of the F.eason was the dance given in honor of Miss Edna Gunn, by Governor and Mrs. Carter at their Judd street resi dence on Monday evening. Edna Gunn has only recently arrived from ichool in Boston, and she will return in the Autumn for a special course. Dressed in a dainty white mull on Monday evening she was the person ification of youth, grace and beauty, and her lovely and gracious maimer makes her a favorite wherever she goes. The Governor and Mrs. Carter, assisted by their daughter Phoebe, received the guests, and they were presented to the guest of honor in the most informal manner. The young people danced in the drawing room and dining room, to the inspir ing: music of, Ernest Kaai, and be tween dances the chairs and settees on the lawn, which were invitingly placed behind friendly palms, seemed to call the flirtatious couple? with their friendly embraces. The supper, partaken of with zeal, was a delight ful interlude, and the dancing con tinued for a long time afterward. The reluctant good-byes were finally said, and one of the most successful dances of the season had to come to an end. Among those invited were Misses Helen Garvin, Anna Tucker, Ethel Wilcox, Hello McCorriston, Madge McCandless, Julia McStocker, Barneson, Lydia McStocker, Alice Cooper, Marion Scott, Alice Cooke, Charlotte Jialdwin, Nora Sturgeon, .y'listine McClanahan, Dagmar Soren- Bon, Lily Paty, Irene Fisher, Sara Lucas, Cordelia Walker, Agnes Walk er, Nellie Alexander, Gertrude Brown Alice Brown, Eunice Pratt, Cather ine Goodale, Edith Spalding, Violet Damon, Vera Damon, Marjorie Freeth, Dorothy Freeth, Constance Restarick, liurnham, Ella Wight, Harriet Hatch, Helen Girvin, Helene Irwin, Margaret Hyde-Smith, Irm gard Schaefer, Ella Schaefer,, Linda Schaefer, Nora Swanzy, Lady Macfar lane, Helene Macfarlane, Alice Mac farlane, Mina Berger, Lorna Iaukea, Beatrice Castle, Bernice Hartwell, Juliette Hartwell, Harriet Young, .Bessie Hopper, Katherine Hopper, Florence Hall, Charlotte Hall, Jes sie Kaufmaun, Alice Spalding, Ethel Spalding, Dorothy Hartwell, Messrs. George Renlon, Derwent Kennedy, Cushman Carter, Leslie Scott, Wilder Wight, Fred Alexander, Arthur Mac intosh, Maclntyre, William William Bon, Fred Damon, Harry Lucas, Ken neth Kirvin, George Isenberg, Rich ard Wright, Harold Castle, Frank Armstrong, S. A. Walker, W. Walk er, A. Walker, Allison Jordan, George Fuller', A. L. C. Atkinson, Kenneth Atkinson, Charles Herbert, Ollie Sor enson, Richard Cooke, George Brown, Herbert Dowsett, Guy Macfarlane, Harold Giffard, Harold Rice, Frederic Lowrey, Sherwood Lowrey, Allan Lowrey, Charles Hartwell, Alirea Castle, Walter Dillingham, Harold Dillingham, Percival Gait, Weller, Southack, D. H. Derby, Frederick Niekruan, Howard Hedemann, Al fred Cooper, George Canavarro, Louis Uenton, Robert Paris, Park inson and Dr. James Judd. College Hills Tea. I Among the delightful events of the week was the tea given by Mrs. 'a. W. T. Bcatomley of College Hills on Monday afternoon at her artistic , bungalow. The rooms are so ar ranged that on every side there are beautiful views of mountain and ocean. The little son of the house met the guests at the foot of the lawn and conducted them to Mr.., Bottomley, who was assisted in re ceiving by her sister, Miss Jordan. Little tables were placed in the drawing-room, dining-room and lanal bearing vases of yellow coreopsis, and at the large table in the dining-room.- Miss Soper presided over the tea urn. A pleasant half hour was spent over the tea cups. Among those present were Mrs. Kopke, Mrs. George Davies, Mrs. Waterhouse, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Basil Combe, Mrs. Fred H. Larnder, Mrs. Soper, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Arthur Berg, Mrs. Forster, wife of the Brit ish Consul, Mrs. Hawes, Jr., Miss Irmgard Schaefer, Miss Spalding, Miss Cameron, Miss Jordan, Miss Ry croft, Miss Hardaway. Bliss Dinner at Moana. Mr. John H. Bliss was the genial host of a dinner at the Moana hotel on Sunday evening In honor of Ad miral and Mrs. T. Stevens, Miss Nan nie Winston and Mr. and Mrs. Hawes, Jr. A large bowl of red hibiscus oc cupied the center of the table. Miss Winston, who has just returned from her home in Richmond, Virginia, is looking very well, and has entirely recovered from the severe attack of illness. Hitchcocks Depart. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hitchcock and family sailed this week for a month's outing on Kauai. They are to keep camp and expect to thorough ly enjoy their outing. Mr. Hitch cock will make some sketches of the beautiful scenery of which wo shall liear more anon. t Macfarlane Hop. Pretty lasses, gallant lads, brilliant music, a good floor, a delicious sup per, and a perfect night, helped to make the dance which Guy Macfar lane gave on Tuesday evening at the lesidence of his parents, one of the successes of the summer months. Chinese lanterns, and strings of elec tric lights gleamed brilliantly amidst the foliage. The lawn, sloping grad ually to the ocean, was (lotted with chairs and settees, and the house, blazing with light, subdued by cas ings of rose-colored silk, made an at tractive interior. The foliage, plants snd cut flowers with which the rooms were lavishly decorated enhanced tho effect and the happy faces of the guests as they danced to the inspiring music of the two-steps and waltzes told of the joy and pleasure which can only come once in a lifetime. Mrs. Fred Macfarlane, always charm ing, and Miss Alice Macfarlane, a pretty girl, helped to look after the guests with distinct success. Among those invited were Dr. and Mrs. Clif ford High, Misses Alice Cooke, Jus tine McClanahan, Elsa Schaefer, Lin da Schaefer, Dagmnr Sorenson, An nie Dowsett, Marjory Freeth, I.)or i th)1 Freeth, Irene Fisher, Cordelia Walker, Edna Gunn, Harriet Hatch, Helene Irwin, Margaret Hyde-Smith, I Beatrice Castle, Lorna Iaukea, Not a j Swanzy, Ella Wight, Muriel Camp bell, Beatrice Campbell, Eunice Pratt, Hazel Burr, Sara Lucas, Rose 11 em -I nienway, Rose Herbert, Violet Dam on, Vera Damon, Ada Mutch, L. ! Mutch. Ethel Wilcox. Freda Gay. Messrs. Allan Lowrey, Frederick Low rey, Sherwood Lowrey, George, Brown, Sam Walker. Frank Arm strong, Richard Cooke, "Kim" Ken nedy, Gusluv Sclmol'er, William Uol.li, William Dickson. Allied Castle, liar old Cattle, Herbert Dowsett, Robin son, William Williamson, Robert Shingle, Fred Shingle, George Ful ler, "Kid" Walker, Harry Cobb, George Kenton, Harry Macfarlane, Weller, Gait. Southack, Allison Jor- (t;in, Harold Giffard, Sam Malielona, and Captain Humphrey. - I The New Governor Dined. I The beautiful dinner which Chief Justice Hai l well gave on Thursday evening in honor of Governor ( and 5irs. Frear was characterized by bril liant conversation, good cheer and Hie charming arrangement of golden shower which decorated the tablo. Associate Justice and Mrs. Sidney Ballou were invited but owing to the shocking accident were unable to be present. Among the other guests were ex-Governor and Mrs. Carter, Justice and Mrs. A. Wilder, Secre tary and Mrs. Mott-Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Judd and Judge and Mrs. V. M. Hatch. . Sails for Coast. Dr. .and Mrs. Walter Brinckerhof, LOUIE BASCHE, PIANO SOLOIST ........ .t t wiijp - :yi 1 ' is ri 1 J L ' " V'fc- , I , ' ' ' ' V ' J . iv" t Ill r ': .';' 'i'SJ i ' hi':. " ' N : h' yv, . M-,xS 1 - - , V" aiiM niriilrt im li i nilmifarfA. i n i-ir.Hi Miss Louie Basche is the solo pianist with Marie Hall and will appear in the Hawaiian Opera House the afternoon or evening of August 22, according to the arrival of the It. M..S. Aorangi. Miss Basche is a pianist of gre::t charm and individuality. Her brilliance is refined, and she obtains the nicest graduations of tonal effect. She has acquired from her teacher, Kmil Saner, a large amount of hi3 technical brilliance. ' The Mario Hall violin and piano recital will take place on Hie afternoon or evening of August 22, not August 21st as announced before, as the Aorangi is one day late. who sailed in the Alameda for a visit to the States, entertained aj dinner on Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Ranney Scott, Miss Jessie Kaufman and Mr. Richard E. .Wight. ' Calif ornians' Ball. ( On the 9th of September the 67th .anniversary of the admission of Cali fornia to the Union will have rolled around, and In commemoration of the event the Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West have planned a ball to be given at the Young Hotel on the evening of that date. Begin ning on Monday of next week all California-born persons, who are now In Honolulu or vicinity, are requested to call at the store of J. M. Levy & Co., King street., for the purpose ol registering their names and securing invitations to the ball for themselves and friends. Lunch for Miss Baldwin. The luncheon given by Miss Dag mar Sorenson for Miss Charlotte Baldwin was one of the pleasant af fairs of Thursday among the younger pet. The table was decorated with red carnations and maiden hair fern. Miss Sorenson made a very attractive hostess gowned In white. The young ladies invited were Ethel Wilcox, Harriet Hatch, Edna Gunn, Vera Damon, Violet Damon, Beatrice Cas tle, Alice Cooke, Bessie Hopper, Irene Fisher, Justine McClanahan, Elsa iSchaefer, Linda Schaefer, Catharino Goodale. Miss Sturgeon's Tea. Miss Charlotte Baldwin was very much entertained on Thursday, the luncheon by. Miss Sorenson being fol lowed by a very pretty tea in Miss Baldwin's honor given by Miss Nora titurgeon. The parlor was tastefully decorated with Shasta daisies. Miss Sturgeon and her guest of honor were gowned In white, the latter wearing a large bunch of violets. Miss Jane Winnie and Juliette Cooke assisted in receiving the guests. The Hatch Dinner. The dinner which Judge and Mrs. Hatch gave on Tuesday evening was attended by Admiral and Mrs. Stev ens, Miss ,Nannie U. Winston, Miss Jessie Kaufmann, Mr. John H. Bliss and Dr'. Sheldon. Judge 'and Mrs. Dole Entertain. Judge and Mrs. Dole entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jack London and Mr. nd flVIrB. Lorrin Thurston at break fast last Sunday morning t Aqua Marine,' their Diamond Head bunga low. . -.' ' The Inauguration. The inauguration of Governor Frear on Thursday niornlitl in the Throne Room of the Capitol went off with dignity and good will. That it should rain was thought to be a good sign by the Hawaiians, who declared It was always thus when their great rulers were crowned. , Ex-Governor Carter spoke feelingly and pleasantly of the good relations existing between the official family, and especially did no eulogize the retiring secretary, Mr. Atkinson. Governor Froar's speech was a marvel of elegant Eng lish, and the conservative note was approved by all right-minded Amer icans. Mrs. Frear. dressed in white with a picture hat of Irish lace, a big leather adding to the effect, made a sweet and charming appearance. Mm. Carter, in a beautiful gown of hluo voile with bands of cream silk em broidery, was particularly s'tunninc;. The three graces, little Virginia Frear, Phoebe and Georgia Carter, attracted much attention for their three chairs were placed just below the steps of the throne at the left. The consular corps, among whom were noticed Mr. Mlkl Saito and Mrs. Saito, Mr. and Mrs. Forster, Mr. and Mrs. Chang Tso Fan, Mr. dive Davies, Mrs. George Davies, Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer, Count Canavarro, Mr. Pfotenhauer, Mr. Herman Focke, took up one side of the room near the front. Probably no one In that as sembly was more distinguished look ing than ex-President Dole. t . Seaside Dinner. A very pretty a.nd exceedingly jol ly dinner was given at the Seaside on Sunday last in honor of Mr. and- Mrs. Nicholas Longworth., The Turkish room at the Seaside, which is a most popular private dining room, was a wer of tropical verdure, wawallole, mouse-foot and maile brought from tho peacks back of Tantalus, in con junction witn young cocoanui plumes, formed the decorations of the room and table. After dinner, which lasted until a late hour, the guests repaired to the cottage of Mr. Harry Macfarlane, where they enjoyed the brilliant playing of Miss Skelly. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Nich olas Longworth, Mr. and Kirs. Frank Baldwin, Mr. ana Mrs. Frederic J. Church, Mrs. Baker, Miss Alice Mac farlane, Miss Skelly, Miss Helen Mac farlane, Captain ifl.. H. Humphrey, Mr. Sam Baldwin, Mr. Harry Macfar lane and Mr. Krumbhaar. Gay Week at Seaside. This has been unquestionably a gay week at tne seasiae, wnicn win wind up with the pojo dinner and ball, Wednesday saw a hop given for the transports Logan and War ren, the regimental band of the Twenty-ninth Infantry playing dur ing the intermissions of the dances. This band is wthout question the best military band heard in Honolulu for many years. The grounds and lanais of the Seaside were thronged with hundreds. A prominent government official estimated that there were at least 2000 there at one time. Thurs day night a dance was given in honor of the officers and ladies of the War rent, as well as Captain Saundcs and the officers and passengers of the Manchuria. Judging from the crowds and strange faces it would seem as if every officer and passen ger on the ships was there. Mrs. and Miss Gedge, two charming arrivals in the Manchuria, are at the Seaside. Miss Dodge, a pretty young friend ot the Macfarlaues, has taken rooms at