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RVKNINC1 BtttXETM, HONbUil.U. T. H.. SATURDAY. NOV. 10, lflOfi.
The Holidays are approaching.
Our 8tock It complete; Samples
sent upon application; Goods
sent on approval. Your orders
will receive prompt attention.
Plaid Silkfor Waists
Novelty 811k Plaids, with
striking color combination, are
very popular. v
A few cuts In Waist Pat.
terns; only one of a kind; $1.00
quality; This Week for 85 vd
Just a few 8ampl Costumst;
1 very latest; very swell;
mads of whit lawn and mull,
lace trimmed. COME EARLY If
you want to tee these.
The Store with a
Lightest, softest and most du
rable; a shield that you can
wash and Iron,
All Sixes, 201 Pair.
The Hduse that keeps
the Prices Down.
The Rainy Season Is
You will neeil a coat; here's your
made of fine material, stylish cut, In
Tan, Olive and Oxford, Guaranteed
Wate-proof, at S.OO.
THIS VALUE CANT BE MATCHED.
Peter Pan Waists
One of the newest Novelties In
Waists; a new lot Just opened; made
cf Waihable Silk, fine tucks, tailored,
with extra lace front; can "be worn
high or low neck at ONLY u( SHR
high or low neck at only $5,00
Peter Pan College
Very chic; made of White Alpaca,
trimmed with navy blue; at only
and Drapery Silks
Gorgeous colorings and patterns. Ex.
tra wlds, at only 75 yd-
Table Linens and Napkins
Monday Morning, Nov. 12th.
WE MADE A BIG RECORD A YEAR AGO WITH OUR LINEN 8ALE; WE INTEND TO ECLIPSE THAT RECORD THIS YEAR.
THE FOLLOWING VALUES MAY 8EEM INCREDIBLE TO SOME, BUT THOSE WHO HAVE ATTENDED OUR 8ALE8 KNOW AND AP
PRECIATE THE GREAT BARGAINS WE OFFER;
White Table Damask
( .SO quality Union Linen 37'.i yd.
$ .60 " Mercerised 40 yd-
$.75 Alt Linen , C0 "
$.90 " All Linen G8 "
$1.00 All Linen 80 "
Table Sets-Cloth and Napkins to Match
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO 8ELECT FROM; NEW DE8IGN8 IN SQUARE, OBLONG and ROUND,
IN ALL SIZES; ALL AT REDUCED PRICE3.
U yds. SQUARE DAMASK CLOTH from $3.90 upward
S'.i yds. SQUARE DAMA8K CLOTHS from $4.75 upward
21-i yds. ROUND DAMA8K CL0TH8 from $7.75 upwards
gm- EVERY ITEM ABOVE IS WORTH INVESTIGATING.
That will not split; a new assort
ment of Guaranteed Black Silk Petti,
coats from $0.50 upwards.
8hould this "petticoat crack or tpllt
within 3 months from date of purchase
return It with the guarantee, and we
will replace It with a New One, pro
vided the damage has not been caused
by tearing, alterations, or by wear on
Our Art Dept.
Elegant designs and 'Colorings, In
Landscape, Portraits, Roman and Ore
clan designs, from 40? upwards.
Don't. Fall To See Them.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
A new assortment, In Solid Colors
and Novelty Plaids at 25e ach.
Overheard In the Library
lie was very little iinj Ills sunburned
nose srurco came to the tup of the
counter. Ills face was freckled mill Ms
liulr was red, his foet weie hare and
his n!ilrt wag lorn. He was very much
of a hoy.
"I'lcuse." said lli boy '" ho pecrert
at the smiling fine of the library us
Distant looking down ut htm, "please,
ma'am, mamma sa)s shu'd like to hae
)int ghe me the Hubber Nockln' book.'
Tli fate of the library assistant was
.i blnnk. "The ltubbcr Necking Hook?"
What loiild thu child mean?
"We have no hiicIi hook as that,'
vVcs. you have, 'mime nia wiw It hero
once; she k'lld ho," insisted tbo small
Just then the librarian passed that
way uiid the quei'tlou wus repeated to
her. "Oh Ik It "Looking Backward' you
want?" she questioned uh u great light
"Yes, mire, thata it." responded the
lad. "'Lookln' Ilackwurd.' why, sure.'
Tho Seaside Hotel last Saturday night
was the acene of u veryi pretty dinner
r.lvun by Paymaster und Mrg. D. 'H.ijes
lhooke. The long table overlooked the
.ea and, us It was inoonllg'it, thn ef
feet was Ilkou picture fiom tin opera -the
elii-uhir shape of thu dltiing-lin.-.l,
with Us plcturesqtiu effect, enhancing
the Illusion. The trailing moon lnn
with Its white blossoms very offoctlvuly
decorated the able, The hand-paliicd
liluce cards depleting tlawullau scene.
pielty heads and sporting typei wero
thu clover handiwork of Mr. lirooke,
who has made In the past qulio u guc
teas us an amateur artist. Aftir din
ner many of the guestH played bridge
under the hau tree. The dlni.tr was
given for ex-President and Mrs. fun-
lord II. Dole, and among the oilier
guests were Major unil Mrs. Van Vllet,
Mrs. (leoiKu Miiefarlune, Mr. and Mis.
A. (I. Ilawes, Jr., ai(d Admiral Very
Harold Castle has been doing mint)
tlrenuous Alpine climbing, Ha recent
ly ascended ln Algullli) (tho noodles),
iiiu of the moat Inumsslhlu peiika, me I
nlieio oil tarry u lmlilie( und rut
your steps mil of Ire us you piiKWi
on tint ilungi'imiK path, whlili nuke
ivn old t'xpt'ilHU'Kil iiiouiiliilh illmli
im liesliiiiu In iiicniit u was onl
iwwniliuiiM liy guldus Tim Mu"ri
limn was illniM by lilm mime Unto
GKU. Mini in mil' of liU U'liUhi's iiiulil
1 wild 'Hint nut wlmi would he
railed a pleasant afternoon stroll." Mar-
old Castlo Is considered by everybody
In that part of tho world as unusually
plucky. One false movo from thoso
dizzy Alpine heights and you aro nener
heard of again. Harold was always
loremoat In all deeds of prowess In the
Islands, and the good outdoor exercise
which ho always Indulged In has prob
ably kept his head clear and hla pulse
steady. At any rale wo cau be proud
of our Honolulu boy, and glvo him a
hearty welcome on his return which
will not b for BoerJ months. Mrs.
Castle, accompanied by Miss Anna
I'arls, has gone to l.tea, the camp
which has recently been built by her.
For Miss Winston
On Sunday evening Dr. and Mrs. P.
II. Humphrls gave a dellght'iil ttlm.er
at the Moana hotel In honor of Mlks
Nnnnle Winston, who recently returned
trom Richmond, Va., and Is being
warmly welcomed by her friends. Ab
Dr. Humphrls entered tho dlnlngioom
with Miss Winston, tho orchestra
struck up "Dixie," und that faorlto
air was played several times during
the dinner. The table was prettily dec
orated with quantities of yellow chrys
anthemums, and the stationary holders
of Dresden china held the pine-? c.trJi
After dinner tho guests repaired to
the lanal opening out of the Humphries
slttlngroom and conversation held i lot
until a lato hour. Among thoso bidden
to the dinner were Mr. and Mm.' Arn
old I'ike. Mrs. Avery, Mr. and Mrs. fj
W. G. Deerlng. Mr. und .Mrs. A. Q.
Ilawes, Jr., Mr, John II. Ullss and Ad
Of Local Interest
Mrs. Stuart Dunbar returned on Frl
clay fronHlonolulu, and, with her hus
band, Is occupying the Dunbar cutugt)
In Belvedere. Mrs. Dunlat was MM
(lenevlevo Dowsett, n handsome lielroia
und society belle of Houolul'i F.lm is
a sitter of Mrs. Fred KnMlit Thi mar
riage of Miss Dowsett .ml ) mug Dun.
I ar wus decided' v roiimiitl uiid kuv
rinl of an elopement. It was relohrut
ot in Stoikton soma si, wm:n i.r two
months ago, to thu giuat ctir,-i lac- ot
Mentis ami rclullui., of hath yui.iu
t'ile. The duy following the ueridliu
the young ludy depai led fu, iu t.in U
lemming only llio .mst .tu-ji I'Iikmi
Id... Olrthdiy Ctlsbratsii
Mr lien It Wllder'ii hliilnhiy wus t el
diluted mi Monday lit l ho beautiful it.
ieiiu of iim Wlldt'is mi Hunting
Heel liyuiiunlili puily hi HhMi lir-ui-y
itlmly of Urn nlaihe ami umiiu-
tlons were hidden. A large marked Illuminated on Monday evening in lion
covered with Hags and gieens held the or of n dinner gUcn by the (lovernor
dellclouH refreshments which Mrs. (lei- mid Mrs. Carter for Mr. and Mrs
rlt Wilder dispensed In her usual Henry Dullou of San Francisco. Flow
(harming manner. The spacloiiB luwn u were placed about tho rooms in lav
proved a fitting playground for tho Isli profusion, and the table, with llJ
children and their little voices woro tui beautiful china, cut glass and silver
be heard throughout the afternoon. It , toflly lighted by shaded randies. In-
has always been the custom of Mr. Wil
der to plant a tree on his birthday and
to ask the youngest lelulltea to usslst
him. So, on this occasion Mr. Albert
Judd'a little girl and (lovernor Carter's
son Robert ussluteiV-it the Interesting
ceremony. Mrs. Dllzubeth Wilder, the
most's mother, tailed during tbo after
noon, hut did not descend from her car
riage. Mr. Wilder had u swinging
shelf on the lanai tilled with limcloi.a
fruits gathered from his own gaiden.
Ho received niuny beautiful gifts, whlcu
were shown during the afternoon. Mr.
Wllder's garden Is one of tho shou
Places In Honolulu. Probably no one
in Hawaii has taken such un lntcret.,
In garden lore, und I am sure that no
one does more good nor distributes the
fgrult and vegetables more freely than
terspcrscd with yellow chrysanthe
mums and ferns, made an effective pic
ture. Tho place cards wero simply
embellished with the Carter crest.
Among tho guests Invited to meet tho
Muttons wero Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mac
farlane Jr., Mr, and Mrs. Francis M.
Swuuzy, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond de II.
I.a)ard, and Mt, and Mrs. Richard Iv
ors. Miss draco Tower of Pasadena, Cal
ifornia, who was one of the Southern
California Kdltorial party, will leave
on the Alameda Wednesday morning
for San Francisco, stopping en route
south for u few days visit with college
friends In Oakland and Dcrkeley. Mlsn
Tower will bo at homo Monday evening
ut 1491 Kmnia stieet lo any of her
does this kind und hospitable man, who; friends who wish to call.
is known throughout the land as ilia
successful promoter of everything per
taining to trees, fruits und vegetables
Dinner and Bridge
At tho Urltlsh Consulato on Wednes
day evening a beautiful dinner wus
given by Mr. und Mrs. Raymond de II.
Layurd for Mr. und Mrs. Arnold 1'lk'i
who ore guests ut the Mouuu hotel
Beven cut glass ases ot gruduuted sires
(Hied with yellow blossoms und mahloii
hair mndo a fairy-like effect. Anions'
Ilia guests were Major und Mrs. Van
Vllet, Mr. und Mrs. Frederic Klamp
Mr. und Mrs. Richard hers, und C.ip
talu and Mrs. Stattery. Aftor dliiuei
several of the guests played bridge, ,
Tho list of patronesses for thu ton-
cert to bo given in tho ballroom of the
"Mrs. Wlggs of tho Cabbago Patch'
Is going gaily, .and by November
22ud it will be prepontcd by I.ei Aloha
Chapter. Order of the Kastrrn Star,
under tho uusplres of the Mask and
Win Socletj. it will also be presented
on the IMtli. Tho following aro taking
Die characters of the pla: Mrs W,
1.. Howard, Mm. Wlggs; Mr. Adams,
Mr. Stubblns; Mlsn Mobruy, MU lluzy;
Miss Ituy Hell, l.ovey Mary; Misses
Warren, Mi llluckmun mid Mr.
Schwartz, Mrs. Mooro, Mrs, Sluiipe and
MIm Nellie McUln.
Mrs. ('live Davles has be:i ccnfli.tl
to her room liy Illness for lh pant iwo
The following dipping from an Oak
land paper will ho of interest to tho
Alexander Young hotel un the uu'nlng flieuds of tho gullunt football player:
of thn 27th by Mrs. Ilruco Murkall, us- "At the eiy first part of tho nntne
listed by Mrs. Ingalls and Mrs. TcuneyJcJhetei- Malcolm, captain of the Oak
Purl., Is us follows; PrlucesH Kuwu- land team, hud his collarbouu broken
iiunakoa, Mrs. Kunford II. Dole, Mn: This aeclilont will prevent the loe.il
, George Carter, Mrs. II. I", Dllllughuiii,, boy (rum pluylng the rest of tho sou-
Mis, F. A. Sdiaefer, Mrs, C, II, Cooper, ' ton He Is una of the best men on the
Mis IMwnid Tumiey, Mis, A J Camp-1 lentil and probubly without mi equal m
bell, Mrs I'redeilc Klamp, Mrs, Aithnr tbo Acudemln Athletic U'Uguo. lr
Wull, Mis, W I'. I'Vur. Mrs (leorgt uluemo will hu sadly 'fell In thu next
Miitfarlanu, Mm, II, n Hull, Mis V r.uiun with Ceiitervllle,
V (luoduln, Mis, llesluilrk, Mis lluw.
hid llltdiiodt, Mis, A. riant l .Imld,
Mrs, I'. T- I1' Wuleilioiiku iiiul Mis
Thi'itt was un HKitiouhlit inmlin ul
Mm Heuiiiuii's inailiultt nil Tliiiuluy
I'Vi'llllig, Iiiu Dilution being till) ItlUllll
"ll II nil I inettliig, Minte, ien'IUH ln
'Iiiu (fuller iiiiiiiiu Mat hilllhiiilly iUlii riiuinciis. mailu Iim I'Vi'HlUK
pass pleasantly. Tin usual Saturday
night concerts will begin on November
17th and nn unusually gooj program
Is promised the Bailors.
Among those who sailed this week
for the Coast were Captain and Mrs.
John Schoeffel, and Captain and Mrs.
Heidi. Mrs. Heldt, who has been
much admired, wag entertained exten-
tlely. She 1b n niece o( the late Pres
Mr. Howard Hedemann sailed on
Friday for Hawaii to bo gone for two
Captain and Mrs. Humphrey sailed
in tho Buford and will proceed dlreclly
lo Washington. Captain Humphrey
will spend some time In the hospital
us he Is far from being in good health
Illshop Restarick, accompanied by
his daughter Constance, returned from
Hawaii in the Kinau on Saturday.
They were most pleasantly enlertulned
by friends during their trip to the big
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Drown expect
loon to depart for Chicago on n six
Mr. ISrneit Hartmann, who hat been
some months In the Orient, may re
turn to Huwail In the uvur future, much
lo the delight of his uiuny friends.
On November 5th, EllzaJeth, duugh
ter of C. K. Eklantl pf Ewa, was united
In the bonds of holy matrimony ts .Mr.
F. K. areenfleld ut St. Clement's chapel
by the Rev. John Usbourne,
Mr. W, It. Castlo returned In the Ven
tura from the Coast utter many ugree.
able experiences In the various pieces
Mr. und Mrs. Harry Lewis and son
Donald expect to leave Honolulu in the
near future for nn extended trip to the
Stales and Kuropo. Mrs, Lewis l.nr
given several smart Informal dinners,
lunches und bridge parties lately, rihe
Is always most hospitable and dearly
luves u quiet rubber of bridge. She
Is u handsome woman of distinguished
Miss Kleanor Turry Is popular ut
fvi-r In Washington socjeiy, rilut ms
Impruw'd uiurli u ,eh unit looks', K)
llio papers suyum If hu mi shv
mint ht-u heiiuly, fur tier tiMikA who
ulwwys above the uVl'lUge,
Mf. IIiuikm CuiU'l'M "Ml linmo" il
on Wednesday was well attended, there
being a constant stream of cellars
throughout the afternoon. The ladles
asked to assist her were Mrs. D. Marx,
Mrs. Fred Macfarlane, Mrs. Bishop,
Misses Helen Macfarlane, Drusllla Murx
and Jessie Kaufman: Mrs. Hollowuy
and Mrs. C. Cooper presided at the tea
and punch tables. The refreshments
were Borved on tho lanal and the green
punch In a large cut glass bowl was
refreshing both, to see and taste.
Miss Mabel McComber, assisting op
erating nurse at the queen's llospltnl,
will leave In two week (or her h m
In San Francisco to the great regret of
many friends and especially of those
with whom she has been associated In
her professional work. Miss McComb
er will be accompanied by her sitter.
wno came down from Sacramento on
I ho previous trip of the Alameda and
has been enjoying a abort sojourn heie.
British Consul Raymond de B. Lay
urd was kept busy on Friday in receiv
ing at the Consulate In honor of His
Majesty King Edward. Toasts were
exchanged, and the hours passed mer
rlly. Mr. Layard entertains well and
his callers were, as always, very mine
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brander Angus,
whose marriage took place In Septem
ber, will move this month Into their
eosy new home on Matlock avenue,
their boxes huvlng arrived from San
Francisco on a recent boat. Mrs. Angus
was formerly Miss Byrd Howe of Sac
ramento, u popular and most charming
gin wnose ueparturo from the stute
capital caused much regret in i'w
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Murruv gave n
cnarmingiy informal little dinner In
Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Buck ey on Tuei.
uay evening. Mrs, Buckler is a niece
of Col. Hugh Rodman, and she brounht
inters ot introduction to many of his
irieutii. i nn uucklev have taken u
house on Mullock ayebue fur two years
A largo dlnuur was tlvsh br Mr. anil
Mrs. tain on Thursday evening. Among
uiu guests were Mr. and Mil. li. de 11.
Layard, Mr, und Mrs. Richard Ivors,
ir, uiiti .iirs. iienry uiitton, Mr. und
Mis, Hurry Mmfarlane, Mr, lluriy
(ul, (lKirim MarfarUne was u id
mining passenger In llio AInnii'ilu
!', II Mil. MN (HUM a, MM
Murk nf I'unUml rrlv4 bii I he yen,
tura and have taken apartments at
1491 Emma street. The ladles will re
main till March and art looking for
ward to a delightful stay.
Mrs. Harvey .Murray was the hostess
ot a delightful pedro party on Thurs
day afternoon. This is the first of a
series ot card parties which Mrs. Mur
ray Intends giving. The first prize, a
large Delft vase, was won by Mrs. Car
oline Robinson. Mrs. Charles Chilling
worth won the second prize, a hand
some tea cloth, and the consolation
prize, half a dozen cake plates, was
given Mrs. Charles McCarthy. The
dainty refreshments from the little
tables were much appreciated. Among
those present wero Mrs. Charles Both;
Mrs. Kben Low, Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. 8.
Parker, Mrs. Elizabeth Freeth, Prin
cess Kawananakoa, Mrs. Helen Noo
nan, Mrs. Oeo. Herbert, Mrs. Ocorge
Robinson, Mrs. Charles Chllllngworth,
Mrs. Dreler, Mrs. Cunba, Mrs. Caro
line Robinson, Mrs. Alice Hastings,
Mrs. McLeod, Mrs. Purdy, Mrs.
fcchmldt, Mrs. McCarthy and Miss Irene
A beautiful bride's dinner was given
by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Swanzy last
evening. The table and place cards
were appropriate for the occasion. It
being the anniversary of the marriage
othe host and hostess. Those pres
ent wore Dr. and Mrs. Walter Brlncker
bof, Judge and Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Alex
ander Lindsay, Mr, and Mrs. deorge
Potter. Mauy of the guests went on to
the concert at HU Clement's returulug
for a supper ut the Swanzys about ten
thirty. Miss Ben Taylor returned In the
Alameda, ufter a delightful visit to VI.
glnla, her old home. She Is u guest ol
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper for a few days.
Mrs. fi. M. Angus Is giving an "At
Homo" (his afternoon ut her residence
nn Kmma street from four until six
to inoet Mrs. Fred Brander Angus.
Mr. Charles Hartwell, Mr. Edward
Watson und several young men uiu til
take u trip lo tho other Inlands on Tues
day und will remain u week,
Mr. and Mrs. Ililcemlu eulvrluiued ul
dinner an HumUy evening ul thu Monliu
lintel fur Cspuiu und Mr. Mattery.
Mr. (Inrrlt Wilder liu been ruutlnot
In U funui fur lltu uu week,
JAdiiltlonil Ml riws on hU( a,
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