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THAT KEEPS THE PnlCCS DOWN.
Wc Issue these orders for any
amount, good at any time In any de
partment. They make a convenient
and most acceptable gift.
All Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Our Glove Orders
Provide an easy method for making
Holiday Gift. Ask to see them.
Our assortment of LADIES' QL0VE3
has never been more complete.
THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
For Men Folks
A line assortment to select (mm;
mounted In gold, silver, gun mct.il and
MEN'S STEEL ROD UMRRCLLAS,
from .. 51.0() TO $10,011
Exceptional Good Values
Men's Hand-Embroidered Initial Lin.
en Handkerchiefs, (rom
1!0 ea. o SIS.OO box
Men's Purr Linen Hem-stltclicd Hand
kerchiefs from $1,05 do, upwds.
Men's Cambric Handkerchiefs, from
75cv c'01' uPw.
Men's Mocked Handkerchiefs
All linen, hem stitched, nicely done
up In boxes at !j.,i!5 box
Men's Dluck Lisle Socks, 1-2 doz in
box $1.!)0 box
Men's Black French Lisle Lace Socks,
1-2 doz. In box $1.75 box
Men's Lisle Lace Socks, embroidered,
very fine, 1-2 doz. In box
Very pretty, all new designs. In Wood,
Draos and Copper from
$1.25 to $5.00
r.o direct on ry
TRANSFER , TO OUR DOORS.
I" A STRIKING. DEMONSTRATION OF THE SUPREMACY OF THIS STORE OF STORES; NOT ONLY IN THE ENORMOUS DISPLAY, IN AS.
SORTMENTS FAR SURPASSING ANY STORE IN VARIETY, NOT ONLY IN THE UNPRECEDENTED PRICING, RUT IN THE INCOMPARA
niE SERVICE AND QUICK DELIVERY.
COME EARLY AND ENJOY THE SIGHTS. AS WELL AS THE UNPRECEDENTED PRICES.
YOUR QUICK RECOGNITION OF OUR ADVERTISED SPECIALS, SPURS US TO OREATER EFFORT; IT IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE
f NCOURAGEMENT WE COULD HAVE; WITHOUT IT, THE ATTAINMENT OF OUR HIGHER IDEAL3 FOR THIS STORE WOULD GE IMPOS
ntlLE. YOUR PROMPT APPROVAL URGES US TO PRESENT VALUES Or A STILL MORE ATTRACTIVE NATURE.
MERCHANDISE FULFILLING THE SEASON'S REQUIREMENTS AND INTERESTING SUGGESTIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
MAY THE STORE NEWS FOR THIS WEEK INDUCE THE SAME ACTIVE RESPONSE; WE ARE CONFIDENT OF THE VALUES.
Our Silk Sales
arc Trade Talk all over Town. Hcie
Is another TEMPTING OFFER;
PEAU DE CYGNE
FOR 75 YD.
A ECftf Inisli, clinging Silk; one that
will wear suitable for Costumes,
Waldo or Skirts; all the New Colors,
Plum, Lt Gray, Myrtle, Reseda, Tan
OUR $1.00 QUALITY
THIS WEEK FOR 75 YD.
One of the most fashionable Male,
rials for Reception, Dinner and Even
Inrj Costumes; very silky and lustrous,
in all the leading Colors,
THIS WEEK FOR !M YD.
Silk Lingerie Waists
At Cut Prices
Made nf White Wash Silk, some plaited effects, others handsomely
trimmed In Lace and Medallions, all NEW, Up ToDatc
TIII3 WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY MORNING
$3.00 WAISTS $y..0
!'" " $a.o
t'-oo " $:5.U5
"o " $-1.00
N, S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Oriental Drawn Work
SPECIALLY MARKED AT
LUNCH AND TEA CL0TH3,
SCARFS AND DOYLIES.
A splendid opportunity of buying
Elegant Christmas Presents, for LIT
TLE MONEY. Wc would advise
EARLY DUYING, as the tots are not
A Large Assortment, In Pretty Col
orings and Designs,
10c quality, THIS WEEK 10 yd.
Don't Forget the
Dainty Christmas Hints
For Baby's Wear
WHAT TO GIVE THE BABY, Is
the first thought of Christmas; the
bright, cparkllng eyes show such gen.
nine pleasure, as each offering Is
handed the Darling.
These are useful as well as attract
ive. DAINTY DRESSES In long and short.
PRETTY CASHMERE KIMONO
HAND CROCHET SACQUES.
FRENCH MUs'lIN BONNETS.
8ILK AND SILK CROCHET BON
NETS. HAND-EMBROIDERED FRENCH
BOOTIES IN SILK AND WORSTED.
EMBROIDERED FLANNEL SHAWLS
In fact everything that
BABY NEEDS or OUGHT TO HAVE.
In delicate tints, Tassel finish, very
new; Lt. Blue, Pale Green, Yellow
and Red. at $1.25 P'lr
YOU ARE PROTECTED BY OUR
HAWAIIAN THANKSGIVING IN
Notwithstanding tin- fad I hut they
. ore thousands ur in lira away from
lmlni' nnd fundi-, llii'ii- wax 110 lacj; of
goud cheer uuiniiK Hi" "lluwuliaiis'
wiitcrhiK in Huston, win gathered to
other on Thanksgiving IJ.iv to eclo
"lalc It In Rood old New IJngl.iud style.
a ono large faintly.
One. two. three, four 11 1 11 lime, they
.mil llncl.liig in 111 Hie appointed hour
' 1 four, to the hoipltablo and home-llki)
totel llrunswlik; and ,1 they met
1 uli oilier In a private parlor. Hie
reeling of "Aloha" or "AI0I111 mil"
Ling out heartily, ami the delicti! "I
Meeting allowed in overv face. I
Boon the genial butt and manager
ppearod, and announcing dinner, was
'allowed by the expectant Huong, to
he tea-rconi (specially reserved for
'his party ot twenty) wlicin they
jiromptly But down at the prettily due
orated little tables, rtady lo utlncl.
with zest, the good thlngH whU'h had
.Much fun wan caused by having one
eouple from each luhlu progiesa to the
next, after eaeh couri-0, in HiIh way
giving eaeh one n ihaiue to talk to nil
who were picsent. A pleasant surprise,
mine dining Hie dinner, a liooldipii in
the Hliapc of u largo pumpkin hollowo,"
nut niii't nileil with enmly. nuts nun
walnuts, which In linn, were liollowcil
out, und in euch was found some motto
or Jest, which It la Mis.oeetcd. had their
origin In the bruins or bnino of Hono
lulu's futuro great and '.vise men After
everyone hud feasted lo lib heart's
content, of the genuine New Kngland
Thanksgiving dinner, in all Its glory,
the adjourned to the parlor, where,
Joined by other kuminluas, the evening
was most inerrll) hpeut. with games,
mnuslng eniitextN between Harvard and
Wollesloy reprosonintlicu, mid music
The parly, oil breaking up to loliirn
to their- vaiious nliodrH In Huston,
Cambridge, Wolle.doy anil other su
burbs, iiiiaulmouiily ugued that they
had had a most pleasant day, in kpitc
of the fact that tbe were in far awaj
from home, on that cljy, which of all
othciH In the year, seems to he especial
ly meant for nnd given over In u hap
py reunion of all the members of the
family circle, in tho homo.
Among those present were' Mis
Cornelia Damon, Mlsn Uthel Damon,
Miss Julio Damon, Mrs. John Wutei
notiso und daughters, Mrs. Henry Wnt-
cihouse. Miss Kluora Sturgeon. Mr:
I'lniro Williams, (he Misses Williams.
MI.IS Margaret Peterson, Miss Allc
Holh, Miss May Frnzlcr, .Mm. (leorge
Kimball. Miss Helen Kimball. MU.(
llcntrlru Castle. Miss Kdim (limn, Mr.
and Mis. Kinorson, und Iho Messrs II.
Alexander Walker, (icorgo II llrown,
Lorrln Smith, Alfred Castle, Frodk. ami
Following in the menu:
Cape OysterH I. Idle Necks
Canape Caviar a la Kusso
Sailed Almonds Olives
ItadisheK Pickled Watermelon
Tortue Veite Clulre n la (Jastronomo
Crcuie de Volallle Juseieimc
I'aiiplette Halibut 11 la lllchclleii
rofuettea de I'uiiiiiico de T'erro
Fried Swcetbieadi a la Maryland
Houchees Oyster Crabs a la Ncwhurg
Ilclgnetu de Anatiaa (ibuu an Marns-
Iloast Uhode Inland Turkey, Cranber
I'rlmo Sirloin of lleef I'lipio Au Capes
llolled and Mashed l'ntatoe.s
I lolkd Sweet Potatoes
Onions an Ileuire Hubbard Sipiutdi
lilla Hookh t'uueli
Saddle ot Venison, Curiam Jelly
Philadelphia Squab on ToaU
Salad de Laltuc
English Plum I'uddlng, Hard and
Apiile, Mlncu and Pumpkin Pio
Calf's Kool Jelly
Asvortcil Cakn Confectionery
Vanllhi len Cream I'ruzen Pudillng
Foreign and Domestic Chrcsn
Khi t Mixed Nuts and llalslns
There Is certainly a Iccllng ol Clirltt
nius cheer In the air. und the htreets,
especially nt ulght, are alive with happy
laces. Tho fond papa with parcels ga
lore goes merrily about thinking ot
the Httlo ones who will be made, glau
by tho result of his purchases And
the many couples who look with proud
consciousness lit each other, thiiikliit;
deubtle .1-. of Mime hidden tiean'e
nlli'h will be Dually pioduied 0.1
t lulstniiiH ilay.
There is nothing like a ciowd for
character xtuily. ami I Dud all kinds
und conditions on the streets of Hono
lulu, The shiipH are uhluzn with light,
and theio Is 11 innMuiit Mi cam of busy
shoppers trying lo decide oil the 11111IH
of uumerour. milclcs spiead lufoie iheui
by the HUllllug iitteudaut.
Chilstnins Is surely ui'ou 11-1 with all
itii joys, and when we thing 111 our)
own 1 liming lre;isiue:i let 11. not for
get our neighbor who may be lesa tin-
luu.ile than ourHolU'H Ml. I'liboriie b
idea lo lend old or new tnyii lo "The
Rectory" for Hie leper .leitleineiil h an'
exiellem one, so let us oeihaul our
hoxni and rend iinne loy or bonk to
gladden the hearts of the iiufoiliiuati s
Pleasant Bridge Paity
une of me pieasanie:i aiiair.. 01 uie
week was the bridge alleriioon given
b Mrs. lawton-ilrnlii at her pielly
bungalow, Ulna Rise, College Ulllx.
The lirrft prle. a Kiudalwood fan, in
box. was wop by Mrs, John IliiKscll.iinu
till' teeouil prize, a Chlneto silver Minnii
ill 11 box, whs given Miss llnrvey. Tin
loiisnhllnn irl7e, 1111 urtlstlc box, oil'
lor by nil, went lo Mrs. .Moulagiie!
Cooke. I.lltle tables wete het out for'
Hie dainty lea, ami violctH nnd 10:10
udorucd them. The china was In Iho,
came delicate lone of mauve ami ll,e'
tcrvlutcn were also of the wime iulor.1
Mrs. Lewtou-lliuln wore a creation (it!
mauve which was very becomlug Her
sister, Miss Lucy O'Mcar.i. helped lo
iccelvo the guests. Miss O'Meara, bj
tho way, balls for India 011 Friday ncl
by way of the Orient, anil she will be
mairied from her slider's house 011 ar
riving. Among I he guests were Mr.
George Carter, Mrs. r. ,M. Swiuuy, Mrs.
M. Cooke, Mrs. Raymond do II. Iiyiird,
Mrs. IMunril Wiilsnn, Vim llotloinley,
MlM (llllel, Mrs. Iliillenlyne, Jin. Alex
miller l.lud.iay. Mrs. W. Stanley, ,i.
Ilasil Combe. Ma. Allhiii licrg. Ml:,.
Ucl'.art, .Mu. I'luiik Atheitou, Mir.. It
Clattety, Mr:,. A Oaitley. Mr.-. V. II.
lluiuphrls, Mhib (iiritdle'ld, Ml: s Super.
Miss llnrvey and Mis. lln'Aus, Jr.
Mr. nnd Mrs. r. M. Swiinzy were, (he
host und Iiomcks of a charming dinner
on Monday evtnliig In honor of .Mr.
and Mrs. J C Tifleld, who are guestc
nt tho Moana hot.'l. Among tho diners
wcro Mr. and Mrs. C. Iledemann and
nn Q cimsiJTOiiiii
Mr ai' I Slri Cllvr Havles Mr Mnrli.'
ii ni'.i I rl with the TalniM.'O phiula
linn In ,Meb'o, tin' hcaibiiaiterH nt
I.I. Ii aie In MI'iuci.nnlK Mr. Illlebl
liii" gone in Hi" Volcano for 11 week'..
Mr. Itobblli AlldiTM'H, whn has been
mi III wllli typhoid nt Mr llilloii's nv
idenci' In Nuiiaiiu alliy, ban 10 far
ireovcred that he lias deiuiteil for the
llartwell plaic on Motol.nl to ruupcr
Mr. Sidney llallou h not cxpcitcd to
letllin for tonm weeks jet. Ills liusiueiu
taking longer than wai epeclei. He
'xperlBto In lug some lelallvis out nllh
him to rpeml a few inuuths.
The dinner which Dr. and Mr... 1. II.
Iliimiihrls gave al the Minna lintel oil
Tuesday riming In honor of Mr. Alex
ander Cllchrlbt llanea, Jr., was 11 iciy
lollv iilfull. IMlih w:n. tin. fiilnr srhi-iiie
i( the table, and the ideie do rrslbliince
was a sud.llng pig luniiglit on wliolt.
with I he traditional lemon in his
mouth. Mr. Hawes Is accompanying
Mr. C. Ileilenuinu In the Orient on 11
business I lip of several weeks dura
The lit,t of Waikikl residents who
will only lenljn on II111 llrst Tuesihiy
of eaih infill I Ii hi us follows: Mrs.
llaniiey Siotl. Mrs. Jamei Wilder. Mm
Aitlnn Wilder, Mrs. Aljexaudur Lind
say, Mn.. .laiiica Cai.tlc. Mrs. Walter
Urim keihnf. .Mn-. llany .Macf.ulane,
Jr.. Mis:. Ilerlha Ruth 'luiuig ami Mrs.
Among the dlnueiii of ihe week was
the lory onjoyahlo one given by Dr.
nnd Mrs. Charles Couper In honor ot
Comuilhslouer Sai gout. u Monday
evening. Among tho guests wero Miss
(llllel. Mi. Plnkhum und Mr. Jack Al
All agieeable lltllu dinner wno glvci.
ul the Mtian.t lintel by Lord and hady
I'layfalr on Wednesday evening. Tin
iable, cliurmliiBly decorated In cut
flowcru, ivas most artistic. Among iho
gueats were Dr. and Mrs. !'. II. Hum
phrls, Mr. and Mrs. Kuyiuoml do II,
l.ayurd, nnd Mr. und Mrs. Arnold IMke.
Mi r M. Swansy gave a delightful
bridge party on Tuesday evening
Them wero four tables In all and tho
winners nt each table, wero given Iho
ilowei. ulilib adorned 1 1 1 cm. Among
Hie guesis were Coietuor nnd Mrs.,
(icoige Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Ilriny
Dutlon, Mr. mid Jlrs. Harry Mitefar-!
lane, Mr. and Mrs. lib hard Ivors. Mi.
nnd Mrs. Ilhickmiin, Air. and Mrs.
Ciisliinnn, Miss Nina Allium, and Mr.
Mlrs III len Wilder Is giving n large
In. 111 at ICskbanl. toila). Mis.'. Wilder
is looking ic.u.irkiihly well nnd many
(iitcitulumcula hale hccii given in her
lionor. Cskbaiik, which has been the
i.eeue of so ninny slulely enteitalu-j
ineiili In the days gone by, will him'
I'galu open her hospitable doors for (he
iliui;ht(r of Ihe house, wluwe iilitrncn
III I'.iIHim Ilia has always been n de
liloieil by her lelatlies and friends.
Mr. and Mn Alexander Scott are oc
cupying iho (Jneeii l'lnina cotlago oi
public lb" Seaside Hotel intraiicc, for
a mouth Mn. A. (I. Il.iucs, Jr.. will
be the giicft of Mm. C. Ilrileuiauii din
ing the ali: ciue of Mr. Ilaweu In Jup.111.
The Miiiiet Hlouiil. Iwo charming
ICiiglirli girls, will be iho guests of Mrs.
Montague Cooko for n fow weeks. They 1
were expelled to arrive In tho Sibcrh..!
A A I
A large ami enjoyauin bridge teal
was glien by Mrs. llnrvey Murray In'
honor of Mis. Henry Diittou, of San
r'lriniHrn. on Thursday nflernoon. 'Ihe
tunius wcro beautifully decorated in
iiIiikiiii Ikiucr.. and a latge bowl ol
ciirnalloiib mriiplcd a icntral position
In the dlulng-iuoui. The llrst piizc, ,1
Drctden bonbon illuh, was won by Mrr,
llnrry lwis, and Mrs. A. (I. Ilawej,
Jr. won the second prize, ,1 lloliemlau
gloss iiise. The Ihird prize, mi em
broidered lea elnlh, urns carried off b
Mr.i. Itunuey Scott, nnd tho (OiiMilatlou
lulze, which was cut for, fell to Mrs.
Aitliur llcig. A delicious lea was
served and among those present vrio,
be.ddea tho guest of honor. Mrs. Dut
lon: Mrs. Hairy Mucfailaue, Mrs.
Itujmond do II. Luyard. Mrs IMward
Tciiiicj Mrs. Poller lloyd, Mm. von
llamm, Mra. Frederic Klamp, Mm
Chailes Wilder, Mrs Aitliur llcrg, Mra
W. llahbltt, Mrs. Charles Cooper. .Mm
Van Vlli't, Mrs. Ilallculyne, Mrs. Ai
tliur Wilder. Mrs. Ciinhii. Mrs. Mel.cod,
.Mm I'. II. Huniphils. Mrs. V. W. Mac
farlane, Mrs HIcliards hers. Mrs An
derson, Mrs. Helen Noonan, Mrs. Fos
ter, Mrs. llougherty, Mrs. Clifford high,
Mrs. Arthur Willi, Mrs. J. S. Walker
Mrs llarrv Lewis. Mru. llralnerd'Snilth.
Mrs. I M ward Wntfon. Mrs. Itnmiry!
ri-otl, Mm. A. (I. Hawes, Misses Ilcithu
Young, Allcr Mnefiirlaiir, Marlon
(-coll. Irene Dickson, Ada lthodr., (ill
Chllilinn of Ihe St. Clcmcnl'n Sunday
School will ho given an opportunity lo
glvo as well as receive during Mils
year's Christmas mmmiii. II Is the plan,
lo have tho children give such gifts
as they are able, lo be sent to the chil
dren of the leper setllcment. From III
In I 11. in. 011 Monday llioso gifts inayj
be taken In Iho llectory, finm whence
they will bo sent In the settlement.
Mr. Psbourne nlru ivlbhes It iinderstiKiu
that ulheiR u ho wish (o contribute may
tend In their prerenlii and he will fcee
Unit Ihcy are forwarded.
Mrs, Simpson has been seriously III
with urivjiis illustration fo: bone time
but H slowly icioverlng.
The plcturesrpie cotlngc of Mrs. Cunh
111:111 on Kuplnlnnl street was the scene
of an liui'orliiiit bridge tea In honor 01
Mrs. Henry Diillon, who Is being fo
universally enterliilned. Tho llrst
prize, an elaliornlcly embroidered shirt
waist, was won by Mrs, Ilroek. and to
Mm. Ilrookc was awarded tho iiniso:
11II011 prize. 11 liiok. Thcro wero iibout
I1V0 tallies and 11 dainty tea was served.
Mia. Heith.i Taylur. widow of Dr.
William i;. Taylor, returned from San
Francisco in the Thomas. She l: tho
guerl of .Mr3. MiCanillesa on Wyllle
street. Mm. Taylor cxpecto to make
her home in Honolulu, und her many
flreuda aro delighted with her drcl-
Mrs. (lerrll Wilder, who Is still nt
Miss Johnson's Fnnlturliim. is on Iho
load lo ro-ovrry. Her Injuries have
been very painful, and her Illness has
been much icgielied by nil her Mends.
Sho Is doubtlnis ono of the moat pop
ular of the younger man led women,
and Is one of the heller, of her eel.
The iiiii-'r at the Seaside Hold was
well attended an Thursday evening not
only by Iho Army and Nuvy. hut by
the foelal set ns well, Previous lo tho
iliinco Mm. Juiiirs Wilder gave mm m
her delightfully Informal dinners, ana
among her guet? were Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Dntton, .Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Mac-
farlnne, Jr., Mrs. Oeorgo Kalrchlld,
Captain Carter and Mr (Jerrll. Ono of.
Iho chief charms of Mrs. Wlldor s me
nago Is Us Informality, and probably
no hostess here can entertain so well
and Willi uppieeliihly so little trouble
as this admirable hostess.
The many friends of Mm. Franchi
Day are delighted lo heir Hint her
nnvrl "Tho Princess of Manna, and
Other Romantic Tales from the Folk
lore of Haw-all," can now be iibtnliicn
nt the Hawaiian News Company. Hv
erybody Is asking for It, The Illustra
tions nro done by our own I). Ilowarii
Hitchcock und the book Is gotten uu
artistically In russet brown,
Mr. nnd Mm. F. M. Swanzy urn
.pending Christmas at the Volcano
Mrs. .lamea li:tlc has returned from
Lain and will spend several weeks at
Mr. ami Mm. Ilcniy tuition ni
booked J. 1 1- Iho Korea, sailing on Hi
ISIh of January.
A- A Ar
Mr. Alexander Young had n blilh
day yesterday, nnd ho was deluged
wllli- flowers, cullers nnd congratula
tions. . A
Miss Nannie Winston, tho charming
Southerner, who has been so III nt the
Muaim Hotel, has ipillo recovered.
Among the noted arrivals heic h
Miss Mary K. Kiout, the well known
writer, who It, a guest of Col. and Mrs
J. W. Joncu.
A A- A
Among- the arrivals In (lie Siberia
were Mr. and Mrs, Hermann Foeko mid
daughter, Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Lindsay,
tho mother of the popular Judge, Mr. A.
N. Cmnphell, Mr. II. A. Ihitdwln, Mrs.
M. Phllllns, Mr. Stewart Dunbar. Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. S. Cross and Mr. James II.
It h u-id to think that Mrs. tUiurt
Dunbar nco (Icnevlove Doiviett
choiild have met her death by tip ac
cident In the water. She wan one ot
Ihe most skillful swimmers In llawall,
mi, In fact, was renowned for her prow
ess In tho water. Tho untimely death
of this beautiful ami tulentrd young
girl la mourned by a large number ot
frlcnd3 who were devoted to her. .
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