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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II, SATURDAY, NOV. 21. lflOft.
Shirt Waist Patterns
In eyelet, drawn-work and solid
ON SALE MONDAY.
WRITE FOR THE
WC WILL MAIL IT POSTPAID FOR
WITH A MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
Bigger Crowds and
Are pretty certain evidence that we
are offering the belt values thlt City
And proKt by the many match
less Money Savings that wc
have prepared for you.
THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
NO CHARCJC TOR STYLE HERE.
CHARACTCR AND TONE
IN EVERY HAT.
Fetching Dress Hats
that .ire most attractive, Including
many of our own models.
a cpccial lot of dress hats
from 93.75 to 50.75
worth from $5.00 to $10.00.
We Are Still Hammering Down Prices
And Riving Big Values for Little Money.
Great Under-Priced Sale of
Blankets, Comforters, Bed Spreads
Beginning Monday Morning, Nov. 26th.
Another saving opportunity for House-keepers and Hotels, who
will recognise it as a good time to stock beds for cold weather at a big
saving in expense.
White. Grey and Tan Cotton Blankets
'85c 1.00 $1.25 $1.E0
05? 80? or? 91.20
White Wool Blankets
Full Size, for double beds.
Regular Price 3-75 W 60 .00 D 50
sale PRICE ?3.0Q $3.05 9-I.00 ?-1.00
FULL SIZE, WELL TUFTED, SILKOLINE AND SATEEN
COVERED ALL Q00D PATTERNS.
Regular Price 1-25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.25
SALE PRICE , ? .05 91.15 91.55 91,05
White Bed Spreads
DELINEATORS and METROPOLI
TANS for DECEMBER are now on
sale. The DELINEATOR contains all
the Istest fashions, as well 'as a wealth
of Instructive reading matter. Don't
miss the many beautiful stories writ
ten specially for the December number.
SALE PRICE .
$1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00
9 .00? 91.15 91.35 91.00
A choice assortment, flower
ed and Cashmere designs,
suitable for Wrappers, Ki
rn o n a s and Dressing, . ,.
Sacques; 20c quality, for ltf? yd.
AT HAMMERED DOWN PRICES.
CCT BUSY HOLIDAYS ARE FAST APPROACHING.
A Chance to Buy STAMPED LINENS at Almost HALF-PRICE:
10c 15c 20c
5? 10? lS'ii?
'.'.'.','..'.'..... 25? 30?
35c 75c $1.25
".'. 20? -15? 05?
Stamped Tnble Cover
Hemmed-Stttehed and Drawn-Work
Regular Price c 65c 75c 90c
SALE PRICE 20? '10? .15? 00?
Hummed-Stltch Stamped Doylleas
Regular Prlc ' 20c 25c
SALE PRICE 81-3? 10? 15?
Suits of Unusual Merit
and Extreme Value
A DRUMMER'8 SAMPLES; SOME
SLIGHTLY SOILED, HENCE THE EXTREME
CUT IN PFIICE3. I,
$3.00 ETON SUIT for i 93.75
made of White linen and lace trimmed.
$1000 ETON SUIT for 95.50
made of fine White Rep, Skirt and Jacket trimmed with braid.
$11.00 ETON 8UIT for $6.00
Made of white linen; Jacket trimmed with light blue.
$12.00 ETON SUIT for -..., 90.50
made of light blue Rep, braid trimmed.
$13.50 SUIT for 90.50
made of White Linen; Coat and Skirt applique trimmed.
$10.00 SUIT for $8.75
made of heavy Cream Linen, tailored elfcct, Coat
trimmed with Velvet Collar.
See Our Window Display.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Comnany, Ltd,
Our Christmas Handkerchiefs
THEY ARE NEW AND NOVEL; THEY ARE WITHOUT EXCEPTION
THE MOST UNIQUE ASSORTMENT EVER DISPLAYED.
Rare and Exceptional Values
WE MENTION ONLY A. FEW OF THE MANY GOOD VALUES.
Ladles' all linen hand-embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs.
Ladles' pure linen hemmedstllch embroidered handkerchiefs,
new, neat designs.
Ladles' crossbar, all linen, neatly embroidered, hemmed stitch
handkerchiefs the very newest.
Dainty lace edge, hemmed-stltch.'all linen.
LADIES, VERY SHEER LINEN, HEMMEDSITCH
HAND-EMBROIDERED INITIAL HANDKER
CHIEFS, In fancy boxes Spl.75 B0X
SEE OUR ARMENIAN AND NEW HANDKERCHIEF CENTERS.
MEN'8 HEM-STITCH, ALL LINEN, HANO EM
BROIDERED INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS at 20? EACH
8EE THE NEW CR08S-BAR HANDKERCHIEF FOR MEN.
CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEF8 FROM 50? DOZEN UPWARD.
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The Wedding Veil
1 am quite Bure that few know the
orlelH of the wedding ell. There have
been many brides during the past ben
son. and the wedding cll h;is Im-ip
generally worn, but It la not 0110 In a
thousand who knows that tjucen Jl.ir:
Stuart Introduced II10 fashion In lf.
on the occasion of licr mnrriago to
Francis II. of Frame Her wcdillnt:
dross was of while broc-ado over whlc.1
was worn u court mantle of Pcislnii
blue velvet, and tills was held up by two
pages. 1 or u long timo oiuy amies 01
the highest rank could wear (ho wed
ding veil and It wns only at tlio end ot
the teienteenth century that It became
the common custom of all brides, anil
such a pretty otio will never go out.
Mrs. Alexander Isenberg, Mica Au
gusta Dulsenbcrg, Mr Walter Diilscu
berg and the two Isenberg children
sailed In the Siberia for the coast. Mrs
leenberg wua simply covered with loin
mid In her ImiidH wcro beautiful rosei
and violets, She expects to upend tome
time In Southern California, anil later
will, with her mother, go to Kurnpo
for nn uxtcncloil lour HI10 wishes IIio
two children educated In Germany.
'Hie pretty rote iilniirr which novri
nor and .Mrs Ueorge Carter s" In
hgnor of Mr and Mrs Wnlljco Alex
unilcr on Friday ctenluir lust, wnu at
tended hy Mr. mid Mrs. 0 lltiteiiiuiui,
Mr, iiinl Mrs Halt. Mr nnd Mrs, ton
Holt, Ml hi Tivllloii nimI ,lmlt Hurl
wall Mr ami Mr Ainmnlur 0 I'nil-
rl fur lli i-''i ID Ui Hlheila mid
r imii ww "i iirii in inn
Mil I lWJii.
Mrs. George Carter alto gave n beau-. particularly bo. Mrs. Young received
tlful lunch on Monday In honor of Mlobhr ..CBtB ..harinlngly dressed In
A .. 4 tA..IH An l.nHtv tlfltn hqil 111 it ffl '
AUgU5lU UUIBVUUSib. ""u ""- .--
cetly returned from the Orient, Roses
formed tho exquisite decorations of the
perfectly appointed table, and tho hand
painted place cards wcro of tho sumo
ower. Among the guests wcro Mm.
Alexander Scott, Mrs. John Ushorno,
Mrs. Archie Young, Mrs. Sehacfer, Mm
Arthur Here. Mrs. Frederic I.owrey,
Misses Olllct, lteynolils and Nannie-
Tea at Walklkl
On Tuesday, tho Walklkl "at humc'
day, It seemed as If all Honolulu were
out paying calls. At Mrs, Walter
Hrlnckcrhoff'a tho spacious rooms were
filled with callers, coming and going
throughout the afternoon. Mrs. UrlncK-
cthof poured tea and Miss Anna I'arls
assisted In receiving the guests. Mrs
Urlnckcrhuf woro such nn exquisite
continue of palo nqun marine linen, not
glorified linen, made with three widu
embioldeicil flniimc In buttonhole
stitch nml Inlet with luce. Tho body ot
tho frock was most bciomlngly draped,
the embroidery forming an Important
putt Hhn also wore a nccklucu ol
aqua marines and lino gold. Tlio cen
tral slouo was largo mid tho olhcrs
graduated to tiny diops which looked
Ilka dew The whole effect won stun
nlug and Mrs Urliickcrliof was moil
dlitlnmiUlmd u her VI frock
Young Dridgs Teas
IIiIiIvm 1 wm niu nlwujn didlMlitful nf
lairs. Inn H10 twi) iilvnn on Wmlnpsduy
nml TIiuisi)ii u(uriiouiis by Mrx, Ar
ril Vininii In honor of w 'I'tur,
MlM IIIIISI, llf )Mlllll, Mldll, HIM II
white ollk nml lace, and her blRter,
who iccelved with her. wore a pretty
flock of white euihroldered cloth, tho
laco hIccvch adding an nrtlstlc (ouch.
The rooms on both ilayn wero com
fortably filled, and cut flowers In low
silver vnHCs and fall Jars wcro most
effective. Tho daintily painted ecoro
cnrdH wcro tho handiwork of Mra. Ar
thur Ilerg. a younger sister, whoso
marrlngo to the successful young bus
IncsH mail occurred a short tlmo ngo,
Tho prizes wero very handsnnia nml
tho fortunate winners wcro Mrs, (leo,
I'ottcr, sliver and cut glaBH powder
box; Mrs, Rudolf Slattery, haud pain,
ted plaque of violets and gold; Mrs
Alexander Lindsay, cloisonne vaso:
Mis. Frederic Klamp, cup and saucer;
Mrs. Harry Macfarlano, vbho; Miss
Katydid Jones, vase; Mrs. Anderson,
dicsilen cup nml saucer; Mrs. Helen
Noonan, cut glass 'scent bottle. Doll
eloiifl rcfrcshnicntH wero served on tho
lanal and Mis. Ymiiir'h "Ihreo graceH"
wcro much ndmlred, Among thnsii
IiicBcnt on both occasions wcro Mrs.
(leorcu Caller. Mis, A. .1 Campbell,
Mia. Fiederlc Klamp. Mis. Itudolf
Biatterv. Mib. Udward Watuoii. Mm
Faxon lllshop, MUa Wullter, Mro. Hen
I'otter, Mra. Clllford Kliulmll, M1'"
Harry l.cnls, Mro. Clifford Wood, Mrs
llnriy Mucfiiiluiio, Mis, lirocK. Mrs
.Inrilan, Mr. K. H, llumpliils, Mrs.
(lorrlt Wllilur, Mrs. Cluuli's Wllilr,
Mis, Mt'hlniiil, Mis, AiDxniuii'r i.iim
say. Mrs. Hnsllims, Mm ll-l"H mi
huh, Ml llerliftfl Mr IManl Ten
ituv, Mi. Ilvnr)' DhiIihi. Mm, I'lunk
UlSlVl, Ml- lUHIHIIIII, AIIS,
Walker, Mrs, .1 KubscII, Mrs. Andc
son, Mrs. von Hamm, Mrs. Ilerg, Mrs.
Mary (Sunn, Mrs. Wlllard Brown, Mrs.
Phillip Frear. Mrs. Van Vllet. Mrs.
Charles Cooper, Mrs. Tenney I'eck,
Miss Katydid Jones, Miss I. Schaefer,
Mis. Andrew Fuller. Mrs. Geo. Mac-
farlane, Mrs. Augur, Miss I), and Mrs.
A. (1. Ilnwcs Jr.
Consul Gives Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Itnymond do II. Lay-
nrd gave n pictly dinner on Tucbday
evening In honor of Mr. Bhefllelil
(irncn, who sailed for his homo In
New Zealand this week. Tho softly
lighted (able, with its graduated cut
glass vnsus tilled with yellow chryaan
themuma and maidenhair ferns, and
tho jellow candles with pale green
rhadca wero most effective. Among
die guests wuie Judge and Mro, W.
li. Blatiley, Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Hum
phrls, Mr nml Mro. I.owton-Ilralii,
Miss Niinnlo Winston, Miss Lucy
O'Mcarn and Dr. Sheldon of tho cnblo
blilp Iteslorcr. Mr. (Iracu li n Inotlier
ol Dr. draco of Hlln and ho camo In
II0110I11I11 about a year ngo In very
poor health, but sailed for Now 'ca
lami with his iihyslcul loudlllon Ihor
i-uglily rcstoicd, thanks In the good
liiedkal lieattnent which ho has te
celled while hero
Miss May Daiiuui Id Dpendlug n few
iliijn al Aluminum llaurli as tlio hucsI
of Mrs, llt'iiiy Mntfailmio, Tim liuuli
hoiisu Is not mil)' yi'iy liluii'siiii lull
llmimiHlily nimrorlublo, II viia for
invrl) nn 11M moimnifiry nml llii'i'1
ii ninny IwihU ulimit lha lumsu
VSllll'll Mm IIUMl IlllliU'.llllW, Tln nlil
cr part 13 almost Intact and tho ram
bllnc old nlacc abounts In Interest
Athcrton, Mrs. Mooro, Mr. nobsrt At- pcan trip. They expect to remain
klnson. who has gone on a hunting away for a year.
The Illshop'B Garden." a quarter of trip; Mr. C. C. Kcuncdy and Mr. II.
... . ... .. J fl tlnl.l.uln
p nillo long, wnero cacn poy worm-u . "
In his own llttlo plot of ground and
hold tho product) to pay for his till- Mr. Harry Lyon, tho win of Admiral
lion, Is a. lovely walk. Thero nro and Mrs. Lyon, is spending a month
memories ot tho kindly old lllshop on' In town. Ho met with an accident on
every sldo and tho quaint nooks nro his ship winch resulted in an injury
legion. Tho tennis court has been to bis leg. Ho Is Btopplng with Mr.
recently added nml tho Immenso hath- and Mrs. Ciishman on Kaplnlnnl
lug pool Is always n Joy. With Its Mrcet.
background of superb mountains nnd
tho dlstnnt sen In tho foreground, An Informal llttlo luncheon was given
Aliiilmanu stands nlono as one of tint, hy Mrs. M. M. Scott on Tucbday. Among
immt iwniitlrul snots lii tho Islands. I Iho guests were Mrs. Richard Ivcrs,
and tho kindly atmosphere of tho
master and mlotrcsu of tho ranch is
felt by every one.
Tho dinner which Mr. and Mrs. Lew.
tonllraln gave on Friday last for Mra
Shenield Grace was a ery cnjoyablo
Mrs. Alexander Scott, Miss Nannie
Winston, Miss Jessie Kaufmann and
Mlaj Marlon Scott..
Mra, Campbell-Parker will give an
afternoon tea at her Diamond Head
tcbldcnco on Wednesday, Nov, 28th,
o a -. v..j ,. ,,wu . ,,IM a,llnD I., hnnn, it
affair and tho dinner guests, which. ', '""',' ".",. "...L, , .,,
included Dr. and Mis. V. II. """r'8; .ohIh ar Invlt... from 3 30 ...,t II 5:30.
The Moann Hotel dlnlng'-rnom pro-
Mr. nnd Mis. Itnymond do II. bayard
and Miss Lucy O'Mcarn, spont a very
pleasant evening nt tho cool llttlo
bungalow perched upon tho hill.
Mrs, Jnnii'H CuBtlo, niiompiinled by
i-onled a gay nppcarnucn on Bunday
evening with Its shaded caudles of tilt
lerent lines and deeornled tables, 1,11-
Ha .ll..M k..nuA ..111..I. lb Ail.lhkatfl nltil
Mrs. F M Bwiuiiy, iclurncd to Lab un " """" '' """ '"
Tuesday Mr. Aiulmw Adams, who was ""'""K others ivos Ihn 0110 given by
i tn, I,.,- n,,. niuninrc' , imveiiiiiiii.' Mr. John II, llllss (or Dr. and Mrs.
conveyed llieni lu liln inutor across the CHftord Wood, Mr and Mrs, Harry
I'all Mrs, Catllo exprcls In rrmaln nt Lewis ami Miss WliiBton, Mrs, Wood
I'XpeciR 111 liiaxo an nxii'iiui"! iinir in
llio (li lunl Iho Ural mt (if Dei'i'lilber
Tim Dunes" for M'rra weeks,
Alumni llinsn who siilleil In tho HI ll ho ilno hh ma exnnlslln rurloi
bi'ilii wvw Hi- nml Mih. IhifiTi Ml' iiiHf.Mlll I'1' IniMiKhl rnt'l f H'T Iiihik is
Mis, Mrf'lnrahiui. IM11. MrUlaiinlmii imrrri, ami imr iininn nn 'iiinrninii
lmi liiirn ry HI uinl n hnull)' nhlpumis Imn one c Um nmM miiiiio
in wiilli nn Um hhiik I'UnlU. Mr. iiinUnii'iluiii in Hiiimiiilii, Mr nml Mih
ll. WhIIuui Albumin, Ml, J. II 'l.iil will oon ilquiil (or Iho ItMO)'
Mrs. Harry Couzens, who Is now In
New York, hns been spending a few
months In Franco with relatives. She
oxpocts to return to Paris and will not
bo In Honolulu until Bprlng.
Mrs. Margaret Marx gavo a pretty
luncheon on Thursday. Double plnl:
carnations' nnd maidenhair formed the
attractive tablo decorations. Among
those present wcro Mrs. Snnford II
Dole, Mrs. C. Hedemnnn, Mrs. Weaver,
Mrs. Ml?t, Mrs. Emerson, Mrs. McGrow
and Mrs. Andrew Fuller.
A dinner In honor ot Mr and Mr?.
Henry Dutton was given by Mr., aim
Mrs, Fred Macfarlane on Thursday
evening. Tho placo cards were person.
al skits, and tho table was a garden ot
yellow chrysanthemums and ferns
Among those present beside tho guests
of honor were Mr, and Mrs. Oorrlt V.
Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lind
say, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maefnrlann and
Mr, and Mrs. James Wilder,
Mis. Frederln Klamp U jiving a
borles of bihlgo lens, umt tho one on
Friday afternoon was a charming nf
fair. Mrs. Ilrock won 11 hat pin for a
prlte, MIsh Katydid Jones, who csinn
II ml, was prrM'litnl wllh twelve beau
tiful menu ciiriU, ami Mrs. Alexander
Hi olt rilirlsil a wily a prclly .lapuneun
fun as her iroph, Thi) afTwIr wan In
liiimii' nf MkH Katydid Junes,
Addition! tailil New an Panr 1,
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