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KVENINO nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU T. IL. SATURDAY, OCT. 13, 1906.
Special for Monday Only!
Erfltlfih flrfVQnriinO Beautiful floral designs and dainty col
II 611 Cll, UlCdlllllDOJ orings; regularly sold for 30c and 35c.
Special for Monday, 2Rc a yard
il " ' ' s ' - j
The Very Latest In Style and Up-to-
THE NEW SUEDE BELTS
In colore: Qrey, Navy blue, Oreen and
TAILOR MADE SILK BETS
In Black, White and Colored.
NEW LEATHER BELTS
In Black, Tan, Drown and Navy.
WHITE CRUSH KID BELTS
NEW SILK GIRDLES
NEW GOL'D AND SILVER DELT8
The New Belt In Patent Leather fa
Ladle and Children.
GOLD BELTING BY THE YARD
New Lace Curtains
THE VERY LATEST STYLES AND PATTCRN8, IN COLORS WHITE,
CREAM AND ECRU, AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW FIGURES.
We buy direct from the Manufac turer, which enables us to wake thl
Qt FOR NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS In entirely new
'- s designs, full length and width unmatehable value
Pail AT 85 PAIR and UPWARD8
. j THE WORLD-FAMOUS "DONNE FEMME CURTAIN,"
- " -' the mott popular Curtain of the day a complete as-
6BCn sortment, In w hlte and ecru at 93,75 ea. and upwd.
THE NEW SINGLE NOTTINGHAM CURTAIN, flnlahed
both end, and used as curtain or portiere, at only
3W LACE DOOR PANELS AT 50 EACH; AN ENTIRE NEW A8.
See our NEW NET APPLIQ UE CURTAIN3.
Our Art Department
New Additions Daily
HANDSOME LITHOGRAPHED PILLOW TOPS all new subject.
8PECIAL 0- 35
TINTED PILLOW TOPS, for outlining, etc, In entire new designs,
with backs ONLY GOt
PILLOW BAGS, all ready for use, In Roman Stripes and pretty col
orings, worth Mc SPECIAL AT 35tf
TAPESTRY CUSHION BAGS Ready made ,New design and col
ors SPECIAL fii Q0
New Stamping Patterns
The latest designs and most complete assortment of Pretty Pattern
we. have ever shown:
INITIALS In all site;
DOYLIES both large and small;
NEWEST PATTERNS FOR CORSET COVERS A CHEMI8E8;
COLLAR AND CUFF SETS;
8TOCKS; SHIRT WAISTS;
PARASOLS AND LINGERIE HATS, In a variety of eyelet and
French embroidery designs.
NEW FLOHAL DESIQNS; SPRAYS; R08E8; VIOLETS;
ETC. In fact, we cannot begin to mention the great number of New Pat
terns that have Just berf added to this Department.
Fancy Hat Pins
Belt Buckles In gol'l, oxldlxed and
Pearl Buckles and Slides
Collar Supporters In aets
A complete assortment of entirely
The ne,w High Back-comb, In many
pretty denlgns '
Fancy Back Combs, In shell and am-,
Shell Hair Pin and Ornament.
WHICH 13 THE MOST POPULAR
Tli. Unlet for the PANAMA CA
NAL CHART will tell the tale; every
N, S. Sachs Dry Goods Company
WHICH 18 THE MOST POPULAR
The Vote for the PANAMA CA-
NAL CHART will tell the tale; every
Additional Social News on Page 13.
Mrs. Kbon Low'b ml luncheon laft
futurday In honor iif her niece. Miss
Ktlit-I Wlliov, wlin has Inlcly letuniod
from Ciirnix'. wiis n laigoaud onjo) blc
nlfalr. hlioiibttlilililliU.wi.lmfi)0l ,,,,mllmil wllllll lir(. M,,. ,rn
ntlraitlvn with prolly faoon mid r.mart
"Itosobniik." tlio homo of tho Schnr-f-era,
was thn mi no of un oluborato ami
beautiful luiH'lioon mi 'ihiiiiiday gliott
1i- Mm. Hohncfor. Tlm laig" tablu ai
pinfuxely dci muled with tho iiiik" cum
recently acqulteil lias noon "!' l ,..,.. .oriIBim ex-Omcrwir Cleg
leiiovalod IIIDI IH iiioiiiiigiuy nummi - Enniiic!ii AluuniMlin KlloUS were
able and m.lslle. hob.oadlanalH.....l' ' " " "' ;"' t .Lan
II... u..l..., .if ..lifiltltllll HWIltlH WCIO ,,,"t " .- '"" .
iliill il"ti"-ii' vnini .. t I,, .
look upon. Among the gnosis wem Unlvcr.lty Smoker
Vllt.cesH Ktiwniiatmkin, -MrB. Haivoy
Mm ray, Mrs. (lalt, -Mih. MiCIimuI, -MrB
I .... M,o Atttlimv rulUM. MrH. A. J
I, u.lniliod. Mr Drnol Knurs ...I- ' "; " ' " , " ,, .-... , ,
,able .relivHtra .lajri.l ami wim - "i" , "'" "..,, ,.
out lb. HMCt in lliclr nauai urn I "","",
iiianiH'r. Tlm lalih'3, fiTii-tmi'l rii - - -
o......i....i....i.i..i upm I i.aniil Ifii? Liil w fc n
Cunliii. Mil.. Al)iii7.ii (Liillry. -Mia. (Im
flt Wllilor, Mib. A. U'wU. Mih. A. Wil
der, -Mis. A. H. WIImix. MrH. IIuIIom.'I).
JlrB. Lena Ilrnwn, Mib. Knlirlillil, Mrs,
Ororgx CnrliT. MIhk"! Vlulol Mal.r,
Morgan, .MacMilano (2), Mulch M,
Mukikiii, Mm Id Cimiilirll, Lmna lau
lira, Kllicl lllshop, McHlookcr (S)
Tliu ilaiU'iUviU llio Reaslilo liulcl nro
Jiibt aa popiilar a r, and always at'
riart rrunilH of iiniili. llio imp Wi
iho WlR)iiiislii mill tranapnilB litis wci-U
was an miiiMially gay arfalr, mill llii'in
acio many lltllu illnnim iircvlmw t
.hn il.incc. Mis. Cliiireo ruliclillii cn
leitnlna qulto nfli-n anil l imvor li.tppy
unions sturimtiilcil hy'n ciowil of ion-
icnlal youiiK jcoplp. Willi Btirh a col-
. rlc of youiiK pcopln bh Mrs. lurry .miic.
irlaiio. MrH. Hrniy Dultmi ami Mrs
ironkn, ami Mih. UhiwI to say niitlilii
, ( Mi-b. (li-nrun Talirlillil iind Iht
rim Unhfrslly L'luli iMiu n hihoI.it
last iilghl wlilrli niouil to bo n Hawaii
an rti'lilliK iliiviUril In tlm old ntiiblral
limtriinii'iitB phyoil by nlil llnuall.uu.
Mr. Jnini'i Wllilor wnp llio piuniotir of
IblB I'lijoynbln alfnlr iiml tlio moiiiborB
mil) lliolr InvlU'il kuchIb woio IIumuiibIi-
ly nimiM'il nml liilcrculeil. run noao in
rtriinii'iit b most mtlijno nml ilontcil
(inlln n illwiBlon. Mr. Janii'a Wilder
Is downed to Ilia lluwnlhim and ItaH
nlnasB boon liileionloil In bringing
llii'in forwnnl. Sanilwlchi's nml liquid
leticblimtnl mailnn pliMtatil liitPilmlf.
Tint many friends of MHs Jaiiol Mc
Inlyie, formerly of Tlio (ilen. will bo
plmfeil lo learn that f ho In at pii'iont
boiiio from llotiolulti on n tall ailcr
a rc8lrtenco of (lc years In thnl ills-
Vint pail of Hie woiM. MIsh Mclntro,
who was well l.nimn In postolllni dr
cIob, bi-san li'T (nicer In Iniiololtlion
o3liilll(e, umler llio last Mr. John 1'at
oibiin, lor Mitciai yc'HB piuvioiih id
tui'klii, llio Heaslclo la ulunya guy nmlcolng lo llouolulu, tliu was :i inuinbcr
of Ihc WuRgnw poslnmro slnff, nml was
very popular nniong lit" employes of
Hint largo Innllltilloii. Kite Kur lib-
. . . !.!. iTiuiil I put nf the Hon-
I I'lll-IT in a itw. - ...
nliiilly "f an olio. I'i't "M Mclntre
ban Btood Hie list well, as was cl
ihwi'tl by Hi" unluiio gallierlnB which
wiib held In Hie Alexandra Hotel, Ilulh
Hi rot. (llasgnw. on Monday eti-nliiB.
Iho patty win held U eaahlo MIbb Mt
Inlyro to inent bor lady litimiu
rrlomlB, nml It was a striking teallmoiiy
lo Urn esteem In wlileli Bln wiib ami W
mill held by lhmi frlenils. Hint on tlm
evening monlloned tlm nKSenil.ly mini
bcio.1 out eighty-all UilU-i 1 Kon-.i-..,u
kniiu- nrl IIvrwI In nttoml. ,
What, w lib pleasant talk, lea, songB,
titiiBli.-. etc, it moat iMiJoynblo om-iiUIB
WIIB Biutll, anil ninuni iuiiiim..
Mrlnl)i thanked Iter numerous trlemls
lor their klnilncsa In making biicIi nr
latigemonls as had enal.loil her to miwt
them thai meulnts 1 '"c" ll.al'J,yl I,
uimslunies. It (a to bo hoped that Ihu
(ow weelcfl MlfB Mclnlyre la to Bpenil
In her old homo, will proio ery ploas
nnt, and that alio will letitrn to her
new homo much iefiealic.1 by her uo
jotirn In our sterner but not InhoBplt
ablo clline.-l'eehloashln. AiWwIImt.
Y. M. C A. Reception
A goodly number of people, gathered
last evening at tbo Y. M. 0. A. roontl
to extend gieetlng t I'.i uWr' llia
pew hccrelary of llio V, SI. U. A., nml
Mib. Super, nml vailoua other otlleern
- .. i..lln nml nf Itin Y. W. 0.
or mo uRMiti.ni.M. - --
'A. Im hiding Dr. Hand, the phslenl ill
i .!... .. .1... rnrnipp nml MIbb Sloyer.
hoereliiry of the latter, nml her asHlst
Bitt. MIb Bluhr. K. 0. Atherlon wah
In ihargo of tbo Informal niualo.nl pro
pram which followed tbo reception of
guisls. Tbo inograin Included u lo
lilt fulo by SI lis While, with piano nr. to neglest n call no matter bow rc
(ompanlment by Sllss Hoblnaon; and mote or Inconienlont lo blm personal
n rending by Slls l'aty. lml h of whom y. a man with this well known sterl.
lesponded lo inlliiislasllc euroies; a' lug virtue and good heart and with dov
rcailliiK of nu "1111110 ltemiis" story by niH 1() tosllfy In bis behalf, must nee
thn Itcv. K. II. Turner, anil n trio by ra.irllr hao eneinlei. for notblni
II. L. Slurx. lullii. nr. Curl ltnmus,
ello. nml Sirs, Whitney, piano.
At tlio (luxe of tbo program light re
freshments were served 'and nn In
luintal sorlnl hour spent. During the
evening tbo guests wero bIiovmi a
tiulnUH sand plituro Hindu by un Ingen
ious Japanese, which showed toiislder
ablo originality. About three hundred
peuplo wero I hero during llio evening.
sooms to annuo animosity so much as
superiority, and certainly Sir. llron
Sir, and Sirs. (Icorgn Castlo and tarn-
lly expoi t to sail for tlio Coast In a fow
weeks and may tour Kurope for a year,
Sir. Untold Castlo ba been vlnltlug
In Denmark uud Sweden. He la having
an iutereitlng tour and does not expect
Lowrey. There- will nlso bo n fair at Qnn i ft,, ftt
St. Clement's In November and dollH.uOll IS UUI UII
und fancy work nro already being started.
There Is not a kinder mnn toward to lelurii to llonolulu for a yoar.
nnlninlB than Mi Arthur SI. Ilrown. lie
always does eor)ililtig In bis power to Sir. and Mm. R. N. I'aton, who nrc
aid tbo dumb iientures nud In the olulso well and favorably known In Mono
days of I'alu's mtito oars bo has utli-ii lulu, am expected to arrive nt the Slo-
cpl bin dinner wnllhikful Waikll.i l nmi Hotel tliu tulddlo of December.
assist somo pisir atilliitll In (listless
Anyone who haa butt anything lo do
with Sir. Drown In this coiitiveimu enu
hut admire blm. and toward thorn in
terohted in the work bo Is nlwn) kind
.. if ..a-unHnllv nllrmla to
nefs liseii. mm i"-i i
many maltors that b roiild leave lo
anliUiitH. Nxver has bo been kauwu
P. E. R. Strauch
FOR RENT OR LEASE:
$17 p. m. Furnished House for siimll
family, at Slanoa. Ideal Country
llomii. Creek. Outsldo llalhlng.
Kino Lawn, llnsos, Itananas. P.tr.
Kew minutes from ear. Newly
$2700 laugo Itouso and acre I-ot on
Car l.hio nenr Ztrn. Kay payinenl.
$2600 Kh'gant Il-rnnm modern nest
detito . Btablea, Oulbousc. Lot
I7fl x 210. Will bo aacrlflced at 1-2
$1300 Or. Cottage at I'liuntil nr. I.lllha
TonnltiiiB. Lot 7r.xlH0. iloallb-
le at plain In Town.
$2250 Cottngo on King Bt. nr. Wal-
klkl turn. Lot CO x 200, best rest-
ileum district. Kay payment.
10 por cont. Cash, Will double In
valuo next two years,
$200 Bovcrsl flue Ilulldlng Iita, all
oleared; at Puiinul. fir, Cah; bal-
anto monthly without Intsresl.
These lots are tlm best In town for
Sir. and Mr. I'lko and family, who
nro doiuUllod at the Sluamt hotel, may
stay on for scleral weeks, as they arc
delighted with the place.
Afternoon tea at the Sloaua Is gen
orally oujojod by a large number of
guests, und II M' o'llock la alwuys u
busy limn of tbo day. A halt hour can
ho very pleasantly wblled uway In thli
ugtoeabtu manner at this popular boa.
On 'Ihursday "Mother" Itlrnot l.lhue
celebrated bov DOth birthday.
Sirs. Henry Cooper and Sin.. Derby
h:i a cards out for u reception to Sla
noa rosldeiitn lo bu bold on Wednesday
afternoon at the lesUlenoe of the Coop-irs.
Sir. C. Ileiloinunn Is expected to ar
rive In the gu'ioma.
Sllss Helen Wilder, who has a large
ranch In California Is also expected 111
tbo Konoma, ami win proiuuiy leimiiu
until after ChrUtmas with her mother,
Sirs. Kllzabith K. Wilder.
I3x(lovcrnor Cleghorn's cullers on.
I uesiin i.iieriMiiiii weiti mi iiuiui'ii'nn
that It, seemed like u regular tea. He
H ery populur with men ns well at
women, and It Is a pleisuro to visit
Tlio I-aynnl dinner on Monday even
ing was glien in honor or Loul and
laidy I'hiyfalr. Tbo Playfalr have
jtono to tbo Volcano for two weeks.
Mrs. Iteldt. tbo sister-in-law of Cap
tain Heidi, bas bfien'staylng nt Camp
SIcKlnloy, Hhe was beforo her mar
riage onu of the SleKlnley girls and a
nlcco of tbo late President.
Sir. John It. Illlss, who lives at the
Sto.ma bote) also bud a birthday last
week and leccUod congratulatory
rabies from relatives ancj friends. Mr.
llllss, although In tbo eighties, hardly
looks fifty, and Is as straight as a sap
ling aud can give n dinner which would
make a far )ounger man eminent. Ho
Is ono of Iho most popular men In Ho
Sirs. Henry lllgbton departed In tbo
Ventura for the Coast this week. She
will proceed directly to New York uud
Kentucky in the Intercut of her patenu.
Seattle. Wash.. Sept. 21. Tlio will u"
former Sln)or Corliss P. Stone, who
tiled n few iUb ngo, worth 1750,000,
nits off his son, Corliss I Stone, wltu
a monthly allowance, of $200 for life.
Ills rou's wife, fiom whom ho had been
dlvorcd, loses n monthly allowance of '
$150 by re-tiinrrliig She married
Claiulo Sleldrtim, rly passenger agent
for the tlrent Northern, two weeks bu
foro Stone died Shn was given J2000
outright nml offered In the will 1150 u
mouth, conditional)' upon ber .re-mar-rylng
Stona's son or remaining single.
Stonn bad tried Ineffecttially ever sines
tbo separation to reunite the two. The
widow is gleu a monthly allowance ol '
I '00, nml after u number of niliior'bo
ipiestB nro made, she also gets the 're
mainder of tlio property. After tuu
death of Ills widow and son, the Berk
shire, n $200,00(1 property, is to bo giv
en to Stone's grandson, n Uvn-jear-old
Sirs. lllgbton will Join Judge lllgbton. Uiy now in bis mother's custody
in a few months and go out to .Manila. In thn will. Stone explains that be
k cuts off Ills sou beiaiise bo lias shown
Tbo members of the 21st Infanlry.no Inclination toward business, but ba
were greatly entertained during ttic'HI'ec'ilnled wildly mid would probably
brief l8lt of the Logan.
Sirs. Uruce Walhrldge baa gono In
Kutlua for a few weeks. Tbo I lev. Can
on Mackintosh and Sllss ton Holt hate
ulso gone to the other Islands
to benefit tbo health of Sir.
St. Clement's (lulld Fair will bo held
nt the Itoclorv grounds on November
22. It will bu mi mtlMlc. selling for
SIIib Josephine Look's lectures are
dissipate tbo fortune.
New York. Sept. 13. That tild-
In order I'1""10 n"'1 hnrco.il paper nro the aim-
Macklu-1 ,,!' "K'a"s "R0'1 ,,y "T," Marvelous
I'ajs" lo site a so called owlilt por-
lormnnie that lias been bewildering
Now Yorkers nit summer nt Hammer.
iIoIu'b," was alleged In tliu Supreme
Court today. Two foimor employees
nf thn Kii)s quit nml nt a rival pla
bouse) Blurted to exposo the Pays" per
'urmnnco. An Injunction suit by the
attracting n great deal of attention j''"'" ,,'r0,.,KJ,t "1! co"lt'n"''1 l,ltu win l.
She Is mi iniproaslve Bpoaker thorough
ly ut home with her subjeits.
Sirs. StcClmiahmi spends nearly nil
the week-ends ut the pretty bungalow
nt the top of Slanoa Valoy.
Sirs. James Castle and Sirs, (leorgc
Castlo nro spending a few weeks ut
It will soon bo the so.ipoii for bazais
and on November 17th tho ladles
tt ll.n rntilin1 Pmii-tiii-ntlon will hold
74 3. KINQ 8T.-t fair nl tho residence of Sirs. l J. )
L. U. Kerr & Co. Is offerl'ix the
grandest assortment dr goods for both
ladles and gentlemen that has been
seen hero In a 16ng time nml the
prices have been brought down lower
than usual. Thls Is railed a clear
onie sale, but the goods are as now
as If Just taken from tbo packing
boxes nud the styles are up to date,
An opportunity Is offered both men
nml women to secure outfits of doth
inTuiTt laiiunouriio mui Louis (Ian-
rat, thn defendant ox-employees aud
i xpoiers, told tlm rourt all about how
Kva Kay, assisted by John Kay, was
inahlcd to answer questions wrltteu
by tbo niiillenro, Tho defendants de
clared pads worn distributed for the
nudlenoe to uso In writing queries,
When the sheet wna written on It, was
lorn off by tbo questioner and the pad
handed hack to tho attendant.
Tho paper win of such a sort that
I y rubbing cbnrco.il on tliu next sbeut
lines of writing would appear. These
slips wero sent dqwn to a confederate
in tho basement. Ho telephoned them
to Sirs. Iny, who sut upon tho stage.
Tho woman ns sliiouded with a hea
vy veil, under which she waa able to
receive telephone messages undetect-
Wolklkl Inn Is now owned by W. O.
Dergln. Accommodations .i,nnn
Mil millll-ll u idlu u uuiiiiB ... Hunt- n,,.l ., i. . . : : -''
,B and haberdashery at very low &$?$RX ST&J? "?
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