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EVENINO nUU.ETIN, ItONOt.UMl, T II SATimDAY. NOV IV 1006.
Long Silk Gloves
A new lot. Just opened, Black and
White, all sizes . .. $1 .SO P3'""
The House That Keeps the Prices Down
very lustrous, extra quality; make
beautiful Gowns; Alice Blue, Navy,
Pink, Champagne and Black, EOe value
(or 35? va
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FINE SHOWING OF
New Dress Goods
They're In the pretty new patterns, and colorings for Fall!
all the New Materials and Ne Weaves; a jjreat many In Dress
Lengths only; no two alike; ah asjortrrcnt that will please you-
ALL ECONOMICALLY PRICED
New Shadow Plaids
lor Skirts, very stylish, all wool, double width
silk and wool mixed, double width $1.25 yd-
Navy Blue Serge
extra line quality, 58 In. wide, $2.25 value for $1.50 V&
In .ill leading colors, line quality from $1.75 llP
New Silk Eoliennes
In the New Fall Colorings, extra quality $1.25 yd-
Panama and Taffeta
chiffon finish, New, In all the Popular Colors, double
width, In Suit Lengths $1.25 yd-
OUR BARGAINS ARE BEING TALKED ABOUT, AND WOMEN WAIT FOR THEM, AND
TMEY ARE WORTH WAITING FOR; HERE IS ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY FOR SHREWD
Prices Pulsating with Economy.
Closing Out Sale
Shirt Waists and Skirts
Prices almost cut in two,
It Is not a matter of what they cost or what they arc worth; room Is what we want; our new
stock Is crowding In on every Steamer, and If prices and quality are factors In the selling of this lot
of Goods, they certainly will not last long.
Some of the Shirt Waists are In all slics; In others, the sizes arc broken.
Don't fail to see our display
of Oress Goods.
White Shirt Waists
$1.25 WAIST 75t
$1.75 ' $1.10
S2.D0 " $1.25
J275 " ...v $1.50
$3.50 " $2.00
w.5o ; $1.00
Colored Shirt Waists
$1.00 WAIST 50tf
$1.50 " J)0
$2.00 " $1.00
A large assortment, made of Bordeaux
Linen, Madras, Poplin and Purr Linen.
$1.25 SKIRT 75
51.50 " $1.00
$200 " $1.35
$2-23 " $1.'15
$250 " $1.05
$2-75 " $1.00
$350 " $2.05
IS NOW AT ITS BEST.
In this Department you will find an assemblage of Modes,
which mark all the changes for Autumn. The products of our
own Work Room are dote seconds to the N, Y, and Paris
Creations. A "wide diversity of Styles to choose from. Both
extremes are fashionable; the extremely small, and extremely
large Models, marking the boundary lines for style; but for
the more conservative, we have scores of Models that are be
tween the extreme In size, contour and color scheme.
Is n Mallne or Tulle; thlt Is moisture-proof; even If total
ly submerged In water, after drying, the original fin
Ish Is restored; we have It In all colors, absolutely
fast dye 35 yd.
Boys' Skeleton Wais
with adjustable shoulder straps; just the thing for this ell
mate; no surplus material; all sizes; to Introduce
them, we will sell them THIS WEEK FOR 25
The Magic Curler
Your hair waived and dried In from 10 to 15 minutes
WITHOUT HEAT; price 10
The Store with a Moneyback Guarantee
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
AH Cars Transfer to Sachs' Corner
Bridge at Walklkl , Maker nt Hip Itaymoml ranch at Will-,
One of the pretty nffalrn of lust hit- ihkii. nicy imo ucen uuim.k .
unlay night was llio bridge '"'Iv sHen' hums ami mi Saturday cvcnlim attend
.i Mr ,in,i . MiCiMii... !,. ilu'ir' til the ilanco kIich In lionnr of tlin lli-
ictiicnro ! old Wu-klM !n li-miir if "olulu tennis players. Tliey nro nil,
I'i.. master alii Mr. liiuA il Mln "y popular mill do their Blinro toward
M. go MiCa-idlcs. Til . si""!"!" :"'"l -'.l"B " '" enjoyable.
orvuwny wero Ijrllili.ly llliitiiinutel
i.pl the host uii'l hosfs ol1 he!r Canavarro at Hospital
elicits on tho broad Intnl. Pulms.l (leorgc C.innanro. who Is nt prcs-
irn-ens nnd dowers mudo the rooms do-1 " I" SI. Luke's Hospital. St. Paul
lightfully fragrant. Mm. Mi "r.ii'Heas
vore u very charming wlillo flock iitul
1Ih8 McCnndlcss wore n pretty pink
frock which grratly bi'"iiii- lirr. Prct
y Mrs. Drooke looked delightfully glrl
ili in white, wllli a ccrejo lose In li'i'
hair and a belt of the sarin color. Leli
Minn., will probably luwo to remain
there for many inonlliM. Tho nccldent
which lie roceUcd when out shooting
In n small boat far from tho shore, by
n Rim going oil ut linlf eock mid Inflict
ing n serious Injury to his foot, wns
probably one of the most painful things
..f the fraKraiit carnation wore sU"H u"11 fou" happen. Proven n insrii
'ho prize winners, who were Mrt. li -. ". 'r ho paddled for milts In Iho
Mrs. lluwcs. Mr. Charles Wilder and "'t agonizing pain, and upon reuch-
Ir. Urooke A supper, which was par- "'B " ll0r0 boarncit n train nun rmo
taken of from little, tables ended a
ery pleasant ccnlng. Atr-unc the
jucsts were Mr. and Mrs. Char!e Mil
der, Mrs. Frederic Klamp, Mr mid Mrs.
Cushman, Mr and Mrs. IMwnrd Wnl
fcou, Major and Mrs. Vim Vllet. Dr. and
Mrs. Illaiicliard, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur
Wall, Mr. nml Mrs. Wullaco Fnniug
tou, Mr nnd Mrs. on llmnm, Mr. nnd
for several hours until lie finally
reached Ills destination, That ho did
not faint was prolmbly duo to tils won
derful nervo endiiranio. An nmputa
Hon of the foot wns first thought nec
essary, hut now It can ha saved, hut
Mr. Canavarro will always he lame
Ho has lost his school year In tho De
partment of Forestry nnd ho expected
Mrs. Orimths. Mr. and Mrs. ltunncy! " 8-"c'l J or two at Yale. As ho
Seott. JudRo mid Mrs. Uiidiay. IlUes "nS nni' of ""Pd courngo lie will
Martin. Miss Spalding, Miss Scliaofcr.t l'"bably finish nt Ynle. Ills father,
Mr. and .Mrs. Athcrtim, Mr. iitul Mrs I -'ount Cnnavano, Is with Mm. and
llrown. Mrs. A. 0. Ilnwcs, Miss lllancli-l ""f"1'' Castle, who him leecntly re
nrd. Mebsrs. I-cslle Scott. Cushman fur- l,lr"t''1 fr,,m Utirojio. mado htm n llylug
ter. Ccorgo Fuller. Armstiong, II.
Walker mid many others.
Sophie Charlotte Coming
Captain Zander, of the training ship
Sophlo Churlottc, writes that he niu
return lo Honolulu with his ship next
year. They nro now off the Coast m
England, und report u very pleasant
Journey Captain Zander mid his oltl
ccrs wero great faorlles In llonnlulii
and ever) body will ho glad to bee thuu
Ollss Olves Dinner
Among t ho illunerH Rleu at Hie Mn
iiiiii lintel on Hiiudaj evening was the
one of Mr John II. IIIIsj, who enler
tajuril fur Mrs Airy. Miss KnuliiMiiu.
MIsm Winston, l)r ('ofer nnd Dr. KDol
ilou, Mrs. Aviry vxpecls her hiiili.ni'l
li Join her shortly and il"'' IH pro
nuil in llio Oi lent Mrs. Avery's lienllli
wliluli was M'ry poor ln-fnrr urilvliiK
here, Ims l)ii niiieli Iniprovml liy tier
KlJ'HTH III Honolulu
Cnjoy III Hancli
Mill TIIIIp Numnh, Mlsi Hlw
mihr urn W ii niiy m inur-
Wmyw iinir inn n viwh
Life at "The Dunes"
Mr. and Mrs. Wallaco Alexander of
Oakland, Cul., aio here visiting rela
tives and friends Mrs. Alexander, nee
Darker of Oakland, was one of the
holies of the place, and her fmnll) are
ptomlucnt. Mr. Alexander, In company
with Mr. Jownli Cooko and Mr. Audruw
Adams, uiuilo n trip mound Die island
Hits week. Mr. Alexnuder had not done
this hefore slneo n hoy, nnd was dc
IIrIiIciI with llin r.iplil ruunlnR in u
motor enr. Mis. James C.ixtln has Bipii
ii pretly pliicn ut lalo. II uus lirst
liullt hy Mr Cnsllo fur u blnlilii. und
tho house was to hu on tlu ilmics li
Hie ie.1. hut Mrs C.istln likrd tho place
uo will tli.it her liilih.iinl presenleil H
1(1 In r. It la iiuiueil '"I he Dunes" mill
Inr couifort und ill Untie flillilshlug It
nuniioi hu rliilli'il The raflern all
l,m and Hie Hour Is rough wiiod: the
fin ntt nt o Is all koii. nnd Urn walls iov
ind with ramntis sttidlus of old mas
tr I'aiiuH u iiliiiio loinfiirinldu
I'httlrs and i milium, lannitili, eliil(
Mltw, iiIhw uml ililn.i ho in iimU up
a Hiniouxlily Hiinriiilalilii uml unpin
IvntlvHuj hIjI'IIui; I'Um, Mr. UmI
ilocs not entertain at "The Dunes, i
but n few friends nro nlwnyii nskmj
from tlmo to'tltne lo keep her com
pany. At liferent sho Is phintlnR her
garden and will mid n new room in
tho ground floor for plants nnd statues.
The principal charm of "The Dunes" 1j
tho restful feeling which It nrodiucH
The sea foaming In tho distance, the
green of tho lawn, and the utter ah
bcucc of uoiyn pioduces n restful nt
mosphero which calms mid boot lira.
Miss Marx Gives Luncheon
A churinlng luncheon was rIvcii hy
MibS DriiHllhi Marx on Thursday com
plimentary lo Mrs. Waller Itrlneker
lioff. Nine places encircled the table,
which looked root mid linltlng with u
largo pot of maidenhair In the i enter
mid maidenhair scattered out the
Miawy cloth, Tliobo Imlled lo mett
Mrs. tlrinckcrhof wero Mrs. Alexander
Lindsay, Mrs. II. Marx, Mrs. Mnbcl V
Cattle, Mrs, Charlej Cooper. Mrs. ItUii.
nrd hers, Mrs. Iliiuucy Seott uml Miss
Ji'hsIc Kaufmanti. Alter the luncheon
many of Hie ruohIs phiril hrldgc. Miss
Marx looked ery d.ilnty In a pietty
niilii limn uiiu ,tua, in uicnc i inn ihimu
one of her cxiiuIhIIo Frenih fiixiiB.
Bridge and Prizes
Mrs. Ilrock, who nlnays rntertalni
bo well, Rnvo n hrldgo patty on Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs, Alexander Seott
won t ho hat pin which was glcu for
the first prlzo und Mrs. Arthur Hcik
was consoled liy ii Hatstiina belt buckle.
There were six tables in nil, and mining
thobc present wero Mm. I'axtou, Mis.
Anderson, Mrs Hudolf Hlattery. Mrn.
Augur, Mrs Frederic Ivlamp, Mrs. Alex
under Scott, Mrs. Lindsay, Mrs. Itiib-
soll. Mrs. Van Vllet, Mis. Charles Wll-I
dcr, Mrs. Illanehnrd, Mrs. Ilej-R-, Mrs. J
Clinton llallent)ue, Mrs. Oilman, Mrs.1
Fuller, Mrs. do Wilt. Mrs. Arthln
Young, Mrs. IMward Watson, Mrs. T.
I'eck, Mrs. Alexander. Mrs. Murx, Mis.
Khnoii, Mlshi's llardnuy, M.irx, (llltet
Mrs. Harry ljwls' briilr.u ulternoon,
nhlrh blio cae on TlmrnU) In liouor
of Mrs I'orliT lloyd, was u deeidcii!
biniTbs. Mrs Louis, n liJiidi.onie wo-
Ulan, received Inr kiiksIh In a limly
nliilu t'mliinlilind flisit, mu Mr '
I'm lor lloyd looked both pretty and
flip In mi viubinldniril mull Inlrt v. HU
lam linti'illoiK, ii ut km hull, urmnii
i hos ami hosiery, mi ciiicmlil hrw.ii
iud ii Iml llli ii Uiucli of grwii iim,l,.
mi urtUllv I'lfitl. Mm. Alliu Hasting j
won iim tiro pilxi, ii itmui h Mir
I'lsiM fhiiiiuil, mil it Uiiju butilu ui
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For those who mo Interested In hospitals In general nnd
llio Queen's Hospltnt In piirlleular, the aiinunl harvest homo
himpltnl lea, whlcii lins been found so successful In some places
offers good suggestion. 4-
In I'UKiidonn, California, Is n hospital which Is known
tliiniiKlioiilCnllfinnlii nnd tho Knst for Iho unusual elegnneo nnd
nrtlstle heiiuty of Its furiilnhlngs ns well ns for Iho excellence
of its cuulpmcut. Though n comparatively smnll Institution It
excels in many ways, mid physicians of national and interna.
llnual reputo tnke Interest in vlhlllng it. It Is not n free hospl
nil, Iml Is seir-supporting, Ihoiigh It has one fren wnrd and onn
part pay waul, mid Is Iho pel and Iho pride of tho town,
For r.evernl years It lias been the custom at the beginning
of fall In set nuldo one dny of lecepllon when Iho hospital kecpsi
"open house." ns It worn nnd nil Iho (own comes with gifts.
The smart scl of I own nllc'iids to Hie social shin of the affair 4
and the wealthiest and most prominent women of (own presldn
nl the tea and foffco tables mid assist tho llospitnl Kuperln
leudeut In receiving Ilia guests. Kverybody wears her or his
best clothes Just as at u private tea and throughout the aft- 4
eruooti the streets lending to Iho attractive building nro
througeil Willi handsomo equipages or milomohllcs bringing
guests or taking them nwuy, and many men ns well as women
attend, In Iho reception roems nro ptneed Ioiir tnbles nnd upon
thi'iM' mo received tho gilts, which include table nnd bed linen,
I ray ilotbs. china, cut glass, silver, pictures, furniture possibly.
If any piece lias been known to ho needed; canned fruits and
Jellies, fresh fruits, wines, ami Iho many thlnRS, mostly mm
pel Inhabit', which will bo of use In tho hospllnl.
The hccretnry of tho nsboclnl'on Ih always present nnd to Mm
i omc Ihobp'uho bring their doiiatlciuii In tho lorm of cheeks or
(iihIi TIicko checks vaiy ill slxo fiom the $1000, of Iho million,
aite In the $1, of tho poor laborer, and somo tbere nro who rnn
gie but a small 25-fcnt piece; but all tbesu gilts nro accepted
tli.inldiilly. for all mean not only tho lucieuso of the liospltul's
iMlanie In the bank, hut that tho city has Iho interests of the
Institution ut heart. Usually enough Jelly mid canned fruit Is
brought to last the entire year or tho gientcr part of it, und
no lioiisowlfo need glte a Inlgn amount. Many there urn who
bring hut one or two glasses uath year. Thcro nro others who
Keep u do.en glasses at tho hospital and nncn a yenr nt Jelly
mailing tlmo take their glasses homo nnd tellll (hem, mi tho
" life membership " plan.
Some think of Iho nurses' welfnro rather than of Iho patients
ami ninny of (tin gifts of dainty ehlnn or i tit glass or silver am
ib'signaleil to bo used In llio nurses' dlulug-inotu; nml thesn to
iucnls mo nlwuys respeiled,
II Is llin llilllR for nil Hie gills' clubs lo sew for Iho liospl
lal und ouo club bus taken iipc.n Itself llin tank of keeping llin
meptioii loom of tho nurses' bungalow hi order, another at
lends In Iho diet kitchens, another furnishes I lie baby ward id
tin. Miilerully wing, und so on. Ily innklug Hm hospital llio fnsh
Ion, one of Society's pels, tin Interests mo never forgotten,
An annual Imrbcsl liomu reception for thu (Juouii'h Hospital
iiiIkIii piove nil easy wny In dn u lart'.n umottnt of good nnd
luiiiK ii lit t to ih'usillt mid InlKlilliess In many pallium who nth.
iwi u adiiIiI t;al llitlf imiru H'ni nriesslilM
. 4,,,4, tr,i, ,M'', H't, ,V
ttftt Ht'rt't"rV'r'r tt 'r t t
scent was given Mrs. Fred Macfarlanc, Madge McCaudlcss, Miss lyirna laukea,
uho wono the second prize. The con
bolutlon wns cut for and Mrs. Camp
hell Parker was tho successful winner
nf half u dozen dollies.
present were Mrs. J. S,
Mrs. Sophie Cooke nnd others.
Kx-Oovernor Clrghoru's natal day
Among those on Wednesday passed pleasantly, a
Walker, Mrs. I large number of his friends calling am,'
Cninplicll-I'nrker, Mrs. on Hnmm,
Mrs. Arthur Ilerg, Mrs. Arthur Wilder,
Mrs. 10. M. Watson, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs
Sherwood. Mrs. (Icorgn Herbert, Mrs.
Alice Hastings, Mrs, i;mll Wntermann,
Miss Wateriuann, Mrs. Archie Young,
Mrs. Clinton llallentyne, Mrs. Frederic
Klamp, Mrs. F, II, lltimphrls, Mrs.
wishing him many happy returns ot
tho day. Tho (iovernor receUcd flow
ers nud gifts. Although suffering from
n succession of colds recently on Wed
nesday he looked particularly well.
Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson expect to
leave on the Siberia. They Imvn been
ray. Miss Nannie Wluslou, Mrs. (Icorge
Macfarlane, Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Miss
Ilarracloiigh, Mrs. HaUleaiL Mrs. Ar
thur Wall, Mrs. A. H. Ilawcs, Jr.
" The Toy-shop "
Miss Adelo Do I'Artlgue, who will
take Iho pari of tho Purls Doll In "Tim
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Alex Scoll. Mrs. Donaldson, Mrs. Fred guests nt the Moann for scvcrnl weeks.
Macfarlane. Miss Ilerthn Young, Miss1 Hr. and Mrs. Ilntton expect nlso lo sail
Margaret Muclntlre, Mrs. Ilnrvey Mur- hi tbe Slhciln. Mrs. Ilntlon, a charm
ing llrltlNlicr has been much admired.
The following program has been ar
ranged for tho Seamen's Institute con
cert this evening: Songs, Mrs. Hcorgo
Macfarlane; mandolin und giiltnrs, Mr.
f . W. C. Decrlng, Mr. Kmcst Knal and
ono other; Songs, Mr. Hudolf Johannes
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n ul,n,, lu I.. nn.l l. ,!,' "'""it). iuilil nui... .uinn tan.)
role being Ml prey gr icefuT a, .1 0ilrari,i 'nK wltli guitar nccompnnl
crMr;. Andrew FuilScha'rgu Sr ""l.0 "7.
ll Mm l.Lnl uAlllnr. nn.l .hn ...III l.n nf """" IH."Vl,. OU,ln. D, ULllik f, ,1
tlin Walklkl lanal of Iho Hawaiian
hotel next Monday morning from ten
until twelvo lo deal them out to tlin
I iKnosn ni inoni it im ii ,nuiiiwt nipnu.i
urn i,, i,nUn u,m.ii,inV u.i .iiiM,.fi ...'guots wero Mrs. Walter llrlnckcrliof
"The Toy Shop" to look forwmd ,,, Mrs. Alexander Lin. lsny. Mrs. oiler
unit with clever Miss Motion ut the "V'1- Mw; """ Wlhler. Mrs. Henry
helm ..n nrtlsll.. i.err..rm,in, Is iix-l '"'' M. Hurry Macfarlane. Jr.
tilted. Mho Is certilnly wonderful, this "",l Mls0 mrl"
K. XV. Jotdaii cutei tallied at
dcr; plonn solos, Miss Fltz-llcnry.
Violets nnd roses formed the prell
who lmvo promised ,' lal'lo dccorutlons nt tho luncheon given
m. It Is n distinct peK.,''y Mrs. M.M.Scott on ihursduy. Iho
Miss Martin, nml everybody about her
lb Influenced hy the Immense magnet
tern of her personality, nnd tho woik
lardi at her picturesque bungalow on
ohe eels nut nf Mm elilliln.ii! Ami nv I Wyllle street on Thursday afternoon
enjoy It so much, too. They aro all Mr8, J.orrtan e,llcrtillnB 'lultc often, and
waiting in see "Tho Toy Shop" mtKli ," ' ,, ,, . , .
Tltoso in charge or the Central Union
Fair urn Mrs. U K. Myers, and htr
Dolls-Mrs, W. i:. Drown, Mm, J. P.
fiiiuly Mis. .1. A. fllhuun.
Lemonade Mrs, 1'icd Hush
Fancy Work. Children's Clothing and
Klmouob- Mrs. llaymnud lirown, Mru
f. llkiinlbon, .Mrs, Miirblou (.'amp
bell, Mrs. MiCluualiuii, Mrs. II. Mouie,
Mis, Itlggs, Mrs. Tliuinton, Mrs. I'ur
leous, Mis Itlssrll und others.
Itcfienhllli'llU Mrs. 1'ili'IMiii, Mis,
Aliens. Mrs Ilrock, Mrs Kennedy, Mini
fMmpljoll Miss I'arko nnd a number
of HhU wliu will iidsUi in sorvhiK
Willilum'ii Tnl'lw Mi riwr, Mis
AmiiviHvntii-Ml' IMwIu Hull, Mis
boubc. Delicious refreshments wlillcu'
uwny it pleasant hour after the game.
Miss Katydid Jones of Washington
I). C is ii gucbt of Mrs, T. Peck. Site
Is a slbter of Consul Jones of Man
iliuriu. Mlts Anna Paris lias teluiued fiom n
vlblt in l.ale Mrs Jnmna Cactlc will
motor up with Iho Hrlnekerhofi, on
buiiilay. rrtnrulns the Ural of tho wrek
Mr. Ileorge Thlelen, n rising juum,'
binker. bus balled fur llm Co.tst, und
will make his hnpiu In thu Kabl.
Dn nut foiKH llm t.i'iiiial Union fair
at tlin Kroiimis of Mr Uwrny Dili nf
ipnionn Tin i a will he mniiy nrtlcle,
Mild biiliuhiu fur L'lirlkiiiiiis iieciiU
A U cm 1 0 n I Qo(j fJcWI oM fij, J,
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