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EVKNINO nULIXTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY. MARCH 10, 100C
AMAZING SILK OFFERING
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Three Days Only
New High-Class Silks Greatly
ROUEfh Warranted for long wear and to
" wah. Colon: white, cream, natural,
hflntlinP SIII ryl. Alice blue, reteda heliotrope,
OliaillUIIB Ulirv. grey and Yale. Width 27 Inches. $1.25
de Cygne Silk
Peau de Soie
8peclal 85d A YARD
Pure silk of high lustre; guaranteed
to wear. Colors: light grey, cardinal,
dark green, lavender, brown, hello
trope, reseda, tan and royal.
Width 36 Inches; guaranteed for
long wear. Worth $2.00.
8ALE 8PECIAL...S1..15 YD.
MwiMMuwMiwwwM-mHiKts their original Hawaii chorus. The!
WWWaW.WW.wW!SW gcSts . Mrs Wcnthcrrcd, Mrs Me-
B Candless, Mrs K I. Spalding. Mrs. I. .
QfiPlAI NfiTFQ C Smith, Mrs U. C. Iilakc, Miss Flor
OUVlrtL lllICO H Enc Hcarcn. Miss Molly I'roebstcl.
M Us Kmlly Crosson. Miss Klllo M
TTfT rMrT I K-" 11 Nash M.ss0UKdnr l-arsle-
uruwn, .miss a jiuuikuu. i. i. ouam-
lormanco on inurseiay evening hi u. , , A McCaml,eg-gi K. C- amlh
upcranouse. L,vcry seal was wKeu hiiu ..- .., . . aartIcy fji w,,
tho curtnln rose upon nn expectant " l ., ,,omkins II C Vatlieson
audience which was not disappointed JS'V kEJ Mntheson
in the fun which they derived from tho Bnu " XN iyV
.".8J,cn -h.A Slc.?S'.nJ?.n.1 "'. ". their "kill with the rolls and are mors
presented with u pink card In thYottnK Mrs Haptens was awarded the' for the cable ship Restorer's reception
shape of a heart, on which were writ- consolation prlio, n handsomo Ha- and dance this evening beginning at
ten different skits, her partner having wnllan spoon The rooms of tho Van's. and continuing throughout tli!
tho number which pulled tho Card at- vilem looked very altraetlvo with cut ovcnlng
inched to the envelope, asking "Who flow era and palms nrtlstlcnlly nr-l
Is Cupid's latest victim," and tho nn- ranged Mrs Van Vllct Is nlwas a The charming Oregon girls and their
ewer was found In Miss Walcrhouso s charming hostess and her guests thor 'chnperonc will have n pleasant Sunday
envelope, which caused much laughter 0ughl Hnjoyed themselves on Friday Tho crulso will begin at the Peninsula
end congratu atlons. The dining-room afternoon Delicious refreshments nre at 2 30 n m . Including a dip In tho
was appropriately decorated In pink served nt the end of the gnme Among famous pool nt Kort Island belonging
carnation hearts entwined with mnld-i those present were Mrs Henry Lyon, 'to C A Ilrown. and a chowder at (J
fiilmlr, and at each place were violet Mrs V Klamp, Mrs Humphreys, Miss p. in Mrs Clarence Macfarlane an I
neans, ami mo ices aim tno sweets Humphreys, MrB Layard Mrs Lena Mrs George Herbert will be the chop-
teW ""& M r?1 ' or IcsT "succVisfur
PIUUBU tiUlll lliC (IIHUVJIV.;. 1C 'vs-
7 - n.,.: i,, i,I atcr as yet. and with her usual good
Circle h. M. Bareeic, Walter Ileak- ., ',.,. ,,,. Ih in..
Mrs, Percy Hen'
son is considered the most graceful
were also In hearts Among
present were Mrs. K. tloss, Mrs
Waterhousc, Misses Hall, Neumann,
Walker, Kimball, Schacfer, Make, Al
sxandcr, Sturgeon, Judd, Jossclyn
Marlon Waterhuuse, Fisher, Dtirwcll,
inoso a lnttrrv. Mrs Itmloir KInltnrv Mr. 'rnno. ir it... 1ii.
Albert .Cushman. Mrs Haeens. Mrs Mays, nlnrnl net fallows
.miss uerinn ituin loung, .Mrs .Mar
The quests will be
nature, assists nnd encourages the !".
m. S ,.CfngSn'. vLl'kll""! ones The men are barred out
ChlllluRworth, i:. C Cral.be A Crock-' , , , nJ , ,cll u
ett. 13 M Desha, Geo L. Desha, Jr, . nmll,n , v.,,,,.!, tho nntlcs ol
ii-ij iiiini,n, i,n nmintriinn, t-rf amusing lo which inc onucs m
,;' " . tTnii i """"" ,:'?",'' the unlcssoned. unschooled and nn
Va cr Dillingham. Jas. D Uougherty.; h b h ,uck ,,
C. W. Dowsing. Luther A. K Lvan..d . . ' . ,i0iiiitlcB they
Kdwln Kernandez. W K llcllhron, W ',PMC ,0 w,n ou1, n9 "ouulle"8 ,l,c
U llcllbron, II II Holt. II K Hovv-i '"
land, II. S Johnston, A. M Kcoho. W .. Mi. ,lhiM,n. , .,,..
R. Kerr, II T Lake. Nil Lansing, Jas I. M"' Man,nl I'hlUlps gave a prct
Logan. Geo. A Martin. C E Meslon. H. ! '' "c 1.c?n "l.h" "?.'iwlS.?j?. ?1!?
n Bn.1 w i.rtu, ViJr,V OB", who is n guest nt tho Moam
Wo J A P. uohnu T Trea way L H I hcl Thc '"le presented n fairy-Ilk.
UnVrwood wS C ' Varna to M I I'P"m h'mdreds of velvet
unucrwoou, v ui. i. vumiuiiu, m, ii ,, i., , i,,i,i....-, ino. M,o.
Schoclfo, Mrs Alexander Scott, Mrs
Hannah, Mrs Coney, Mrs lullcr. Mr
Hocking. Mrs. Schweitzer, Miss
ISchweltzcr Mrs Itlggs. Mrs von
Mrs Clifford Wood and children nro Ilnmni. Mrs rtoislter. Mrs Merrlam.
expected on the 14tU x
Kanhael Weill cave an Inimitable
Mrs Hagens has invitations out for dinner at the Doheinlan Club lost even
Yacht Hawaii (Vice Commodore J.
Hiker, Mrs Ingram. Mrs 'a Lyle) Mrs Weathcrred. Miss Mail-
Igon. Miss Courtemanche, Miss King.
Yacht (llads (Cnpt T. W. Hobronl
Miss Crossen Miss lleovren. Mr II.
1' Woods, Mr Dekum. Mr Dowsett,
Yacht Spray (Cnpt II i: I'lckeD
Mlsa Nnsh Miss ilrown Miss Phillips.
WATERPROOF AND PERSPIRATION PROOF DLACK SILK.
Width 27 Inches. 75c quality.
SALE SPECIAL 50i A YD.
Colors: cardinal and light green. 75c value.
ON SALE AT 37'id A YD.
In pink, light blue and Nile green. Regular price 60c. To close
out balance we will sell at . . .30 A YARD
First lot now open. 275 beautiful styles and hardly two alike.
Note: We are making preparations for our GREAT EMBROI
DERY SALE. Details later.
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
Webb. H A Wilder. Chas D. Wright,
Tambos Ilro. Guy Livingston, Uro.
J Walter Doyle, Uro, Al 11. Moore.
Hones Ilro J. Hastings Howland,
Ilro Unlit. W. While. Mr. J. C John
ion. Orchestra under direction of Uro
The committees responsible for thc
success of thc entertainment arc:
Committee of Arrangements Bro.
Krcd. n. Angus, Uro James D. Dough
erty, Jlrs. K K Hartnuiu. Ilro G SV
It. King. Uro A. i:. Murphy
Clulrmnn Ilro. James I). Dough
erty Finance Ilro G. W II King.
Advertising Ilro. 13 K. lliirlmnn.
Press Ilro A. H .Murphy
Ueceptlon Ilro V 11 Angus.
On Sunda) the Oregon girls will be
entertained b jachtlng to Pearl Har
bor. The commodore of tho Yacli'
faced nanslcs In Irrldcscent glass vases
of different sizes scattered over Its sur
face DutUrfl)- bows of white tulln
gnve thc finishing touches nnd at each
plate were tiny steins filled with
pnnslcs, which thc guests took nway
us a souvenir of n delightful occasion
Among the guests besides the guest
nf honor, Mrs Taylor, were Mrs. Harr
Lewis, Mrs Charles Wilder, Mrs K II
Humphrls, Mm Ilyron Ilalrd, Mrs J
S Walker. Mrs i:mll Waterman, Mrs
Percy llenson and Mrs'K Klamp.
A mot enjovnblc pol luncheon was
given by Mrs Frank Thompson In I
honor of Mrs Sharon of Oakland, Cnl
Among the other guests wcro Mrs '
Hymn Ilalrd Mrs It Lewis, Mrs
Humphrey, Miss Humphrey, Mrs
Whltehouse Mrs F Klamp, Mru. '
i) Milliard Smith, Mrs. Dowsett, Mrs
Snnford and Mrs High. ;
One of the plensantest pedro par
u Picnic luncheon at her Pearl City ine in r.,mm..mnrntn nn.. of Hip luonm'Mr. Cnnnon Mr Spalding
villa In honor of tho Army and Navy of Colonel A O llawcs' enreer. On Yacht Kapolee (Mr George Itenton)
and other friends. ! ninny occasions on several continents Miss Pnrsle. Miss lyocbstel, Mr.
of the world and Isles of the ocean tho Downing
Mr nnd Mrs Olmstead of tho Mo-ina olonrl has been host or guest of ho- 0er K.o members of tho club nnd
hotel, gave a chic little dinner In honor or In banquets galore In the early K"est are expected to pirtlrlp-ite In
of Mr nnd Mrs Itoblnson on Wednes "fifties.' after leaving Vermont to "go the cruise
day evening Thc table was most ar- West,' as Horatc Greeley advised, taj
grow up wmi inc count r. iii ram loci l Jlrs. I rnncls .l snnnt) was nostesj
that llfu nt tlie case of tin printer 'of n bridge part) jesterda) afternoon
would lip rosy enough for am one Af- ul her villa in Manoi vullev In honor
pert expressed hlmrsf as charmed ter sticking tjpe In nc.irl nil thc news- of Miss Kathleen Cartvvrlght Appe
with the Island and It posslbllUlcs il'.ipcr olllces of the Mississippi Valley. I ilzlng refreshments were served and
from St. Paul to St Ixiuli he rhnugcJ I an sgreeahlc afternoon passeil. Mrs.
nvwinz) nan ixf.'!! kiiuk several biuuij
affairs this week
Judgp and Mrs Stanley are giving n
tirge dinner this evening
tlstlcnllv decorated with Hawaiian fol-
lige Mr Itoblnson, who has been
bint out fiom Washington as park ex-
Mrs Taylor of Chicago gave n hl nllml nmI enlisted In John Ilrown
charming dinner on Tuesday evening "r,n' Kansas, where he served until
In honor of Dr and Mrs, F 11. Hum'
phrl8 Thc decorations of green tulle,
while flowers and softly shaded inn
dies in thc same tone were highly of
Thcro have been many Orphcun'
parties this week, and Joll) little sup
per portles Inter.
The largest Ijn Fair of the sca
the famous General Sumner rnmc along
and "dispersed him
Subsequently In thc Army of tho
Tennessee at Shlloh and In the memor
nblc Atlanta campaign Colonel llawcs
won distinction for splendid demeanor
as a soldier These events and the fact
that the colonel wns one of the found
ers of the Ilohcmlnn Club Impelled
Raphael Weill to spread the feast and
put a fine birthday cake In thc center
of the table The candles were ninnv.
sou will be given by the members of liwn') tbat It would take a counting
Lcabl Chapter Nn 2, Order of th. machine to count them, but the rough
Eastern Stnr, on Mny Bin. nt itnnleleo estimate placed the number nt more
Ijiwii It Is tho Intention nf the ladles ''" " ""d less limn seventy-four
Club hcliisj tho host In tho cvcnlnn 0B of the wiek was given by Mrs P.
there will be n chowder, and thc party i itichnrilstm nt her homo on Thurston
will return on thc 9.30 train ThcN Vcnue. Among those present wen
Is a constant stream of Invitations fot -tr imiiim,.. Mr. itnnnn.iv. Mr
them and they nre having a "lovely ,lRhf jIr, wbltchouse, Mrs. Sachs.
limn ' at flint nri tinnril trt rnm-Vfl. . .. .. . .
Ulilclen to the dinner were George T
Itioralcy. Frederick Wnrdc, General
l.urlus II Foote, Ituiben II. Llovd,
fbaunrey M St John, It) limit Will
iam Hugh M llurke, Dr llcnjnmln It.
Swan. Kieil Hall IjiuIs Itosenthnl,
David Hush lames G Walker. S I)
' Ilrastow S.in Frnndsro Call
lime " so they arc heard to remark
Thc Oregon girls arc certainly being
much entertained On Thursday even-
Mrs Drown. Mrs Dougherty. Mrs Cm
ting Mrs Angus Mrs itenton and Mrs
Hngens and Mrs F Klamp.
Mrs Harry Lewis gavo a charming
Ing n banquet wns tendered them by little bridge party on Tuesday at her
members of the Promotion Committee
nnd the nffnlr took place nt tho Moann
hotel Hcd wns the color scheme of
the long tnble which had covers for
twenty-four. Chrysanthemums In
Mrs Ingram of Camp McKinlcy gave
n pleasant luncheon this week In honor
of Mrs Cooper. Present were Mrs.
In charge to innkc this event one of tlicj
grandest of Itn kind ever given In Ho
nolulu, nnd ns tho purpose for whlib
It Is to be slvon Is one of the noblest
there Is no doubt but th.it It will be a
grnnd financial success The fair will
be given for ihe purpose of endowing
a bed in the .? inltorliim for tho benefit
of Masons their families and members
Of thc Eastern Stnr nnd their families Mr nnd Mrs S 0 Wilder gave one
One of the spmhtl features will be o of Uiolr pretty dinners lust Saturday
lunrh son oil on the liwn from 11 .10. evening In honor of Mr and Mis
to 2 30, besides which thero will lid. James Wilder ll wns strictly n fam
numerous booths for the sale of fancy- Illy affair, for all the guests were unit
work, refreshments. Ice cream, candy, U'd by lies of relationship Among the
etc etc Mrs II It Williams has beoii 'guests wcte Mr and Mrs Gerrlt Wlld
uppolntcd chairman of tho lommlttce er. Mr nnd Mrs. Charles Wilder. Mr
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
John W Wadmnn, pastor Located on
corner of lleretanln avenue and Miller
street Services tomorrow ns follows:
9 a, m , Junior Kpworth League; 10 a.
m.. Sunday school nnd adult llllilo
clnsFcx, It a m, public worship; ser
mon by the pastor subject "Leaven."
C.3U p m. Dpwnrth Lenguo for young
people and their friends, 7 30, the pas
tor speak ngnln subject "Tho Unpar
donable Sin '
Stnts free Attentive ushers. The
Hawaiian Qnartot sings at both pub
lic services All .ire 1 in Hod
both white and red, with mnlle, madi j Humphrey Miss Humphrey and tilt
the table charming to look upon. The
souvenirs of the occasion wcro Ha
waiian fans Many toasts nnd speeches
made the dinner most Interesting Ihe
Indies of Camp McKtnley,
Miss Alice Jones gave a tea ou
Thursday at which the engagement ol
Oregon girls nnd their chapcrono were Miss Dlsa Waterhouse was announced
very- daintily dressed and attracted to Dr Ismay Slubbs of Kngland In th
mUch attention After tho dinner the' following unique fashion- As each
guests strolled ou the pier nnd sang girl entered tho drawing-room she vvtii
on arrangements, nnd with tho nsslst
nnre of other society Indies of Hcino
lulu, there sietns to bo little doubt but
that the event will bo one of tho bett
of Its kind ever held in Honolulu
Mrs. Van Vllet. of Camp McKinlcy
was tho hostess of a delightful bridge
nartv on Friday nfternnon Timid
wcro seven tables In all and thc prizes at the lloyal Hawaiian Annex
were won ns follows First prize ai
and Mrs A M Ilrown. Acting-Governor
Atkinson nnd Mr Robert Atkinson
Mrs "Jnek" Howes Is slowly con
valescing from nn attack af nppendl
(His which has InBtcd four weeks
Mrs Dow ling, recently returned
from the Orient, has taken n iottng'
THE SALVATION ARMY.
rnmmcurlng tomorrow there will be
a Sunday school In tho hall, corner
King nnd Nuunmi streets, at 3 p in.
Sunday- services will bo ns follows:
Holiness meeting nt 10 30 a m. Sun
dny school nnd Wide class at 3 p. nf.
Young People s Legion nt C p. m. Sal
vation meeting nt 8 p. ni.
The brass band will play: there will
also lie stringed music and vocal selec
Meetings every night, except Mon
day, nt S o'elock
I Adjutant nnd Mrs Unmberry and
Captain Shlpp In charge.
I When the weather Is hot "Arabic"
I will eool your Iron roof. When th.
weather Is wet "Arabic" will prevent
Clossoinc vase Miss Ilertha Itulhl T.nunclies will leave the boat landlugrust California Feed Co. agents.
At The GLOBE CLOTHING Co.'s, Store
For Two Weeks Only Beginning Monday March 12
Every Article Marked Down to Easy Buying Figures
$15 to 1150
J4 ,, 10.00
J3 ,. 9 50
9 ,, 6.00
$5 to 3 50
4. ,, 2 75
3.50 2 25
$20. to 13,50
17 50 ,, 12,50
$1.75 to 1.4-0
$10 and 12.50 Reduced to 8.00
Boys suits rded.
$9. to 6
7. 4 75
Dress Suit Cases
$10. Rded. to 6.
Bow Shield Ties
25c to 3 for 25c
50c Ties Rded. to
Midget string ties
25c to 15c
The Poor man cannot afford to wear poor clothes the Prudent man will not wear them.
The rich, the poor and the prudent will take advantage of this great sale at
The Globe Clothing Co., 64 Hotel Street
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