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RvnNtNo nuu.rriN. lioxou't.r. t n satimiay. dkc. 2ft, iowi.
W l. JW 'I "-
! THAT KEEPS TIIL I'HICCB DOWN.
Spring Styles for
A NEW PATENT.
Every hat Washable; made on a
frame; easily taken off, and no trcu
Vile to replace.
Come and See Them.
PRETTY LINGERIE HATS
from SI. 00 upwards.
All ready to embroider and on
frames all ready to make up; ALL
COMPLETE for 7fJ.
T3..J.1. t I-J,.4-
i DUtion on vrowu a iaia
Easily washed, new styles; some
plain; some lace trimmed; others em
broidery trimmed; from 50d UP-
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
Just right for the cool and wet
weather; solid colors with embroider
ed designs; light blue, pink, cardinal,
cream and royal; very pretty and styl-
J Ish; $1.25 quality; THIS WEEK
THE PANAMA CANAL CONTEST
Will cloce MONDAY, DEC. 31st, at
G P. M. All coupons should be depos
ited at the office of the Hawaiian Ca
tette Co. before that time.
beatonable goods; all desirable col
ors and patterns; the real Imported
i cnth Klannels, regular $1.00 quality,
1HIS WEEK at Jfitf yd.
New, Stylish and Washable; suit
able for afternoon and evening weai ;
white, cream, pink, gray anil chain
pagne: our COc quality THIS WTLK
ON SALE at .Ot yd
Pretty new designs In dots and fig
ures, for Shirting or Dress use; quail
'lea that are nold for 30c and 35c yd.
OUU PRICE .lrj( and :Q yii.
All .colors, full yard wide; formerly
told for 25c,
THIS WEEK, commencing MON
DAY, at me yard.
Are Still Giving the Best Values In Town
Our Spi'i-iiilx this wee, arc (if mu-li iitituri tlinl llir- rnii'i help lint iiilunwt .vein ; llicv nrc SpiiftiiiiilnV Grind; jut wluit is
u.iuhmI : c 'iMou an iiinrliiiiii of lnixinir what von ifalK wntii at Hid 'MON'KV SAVIMI IMtK'KS.
W'v i'ii 1 1 iarliciilai' attention to our
Annual January Sale of Muslin Underwear
which liejiiiit on WViIiicmIhv, .Iniuiary 2ml.
Th who have atlcmlcil nur I'XDKKWIiAlt NAI.KS know what that iiiciiih. To io that have not, wi- will cay that it
nicain iiinch to yon. It is a (iKXl'INK SAVIN't! on iirlicles that yon need tint whole year round. It is not a special cut in
one or two lines', lint a peneitil iidnction on nur entire STOCK OF .MVSMX lTXI)HHVICAI.
Annual January Sale
For ONE WEEK ONLY, commencing
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd
The Kntire Stock of
Skirts, Night Gowns, Corset Covers, Drawers and Chemises
The (.'reutcM value- in the daintiest of while lTndcrnmliin ever offered. There is a greater variety to ehooe from than
ever hefore. Th inaleriaN are liner and hetter than ever. All goods will lie marked in plain lignres with the regular
price and miIi- price. Si'r Our I'm I Slircl W'iwluw Disjltiy,
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY
THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
LOOK AT THE NAME.
How much It tells.
Speak It How Solid It Sounds;
Speak It agaln-What Weight It car
rli Once more-WHAT A OUARAN.
Consider It What freedom from
A Written Guarantee given with Ev
ery Purchase. Satisfaction or Your
SI. 15 Pr yl- and upwards.
Moneybak Peau tie Soie
S1.U5 and upwards.
We are Sole Agents for Moneyback
t New York
It Is a perfect bust supporter and
close-fitting corset cover In one gar
ment; It attenuates a beautiful, taper
ing Waist and Insures a trim figure;
suited to any form, and especially de
signed for stout figures;
PRICE 506 and Sl.OO.
THE PANAMA CANAL CONTEST
will close MONDAY, DEC. 31st, at
6 P. M. All coupons should be deposit
od at the office of the Hawaiian Ga
zette Co. htfore that time.
larg" anil elaborate dinner nail
dance whs given nt the Muuna hotel
on C'n 1st mas eve by Mr. mill Mrs. C.
W O During. Tliu tablra wero very
pmttllv arranged, there being unu of
ten. one of eight, uml tluee of six.
nw Kuril tabic was liivlshly decorated with
iteds of crimson carnal loan and maiden
hair ferns, ami the menu and platu
cauls, especially hand-painted for the
occasion, weiu exquisite reproductions
ot holly KtiIch and Christmas greens.
Tim electric globes weiu softl) shaded
and throw ii becoming HrIU over thu
Inl'lcH. Theto umii bon-bons galore
mid the K'.iustH decorated their heuds
with the funny caps, and a general
good tlmn prevailed. Mr. Kual'h or
chestra occapleil the gallery during
dinner, and for the. dance. 1'roinplly,
ul 10 o'clock tlie ball was opened and
Bluntly after oao of the gayest and
iiiiikI ilnllKhlfiil dances of the season
win. la full .vvlng. Thn reading-loom
converted Into a biifTet for the occasion. '
m a most tempting I'luce tu wean
oiiu'h vn lietwipa dunces. The cloth
was attiuctlvely oiiinmeated with
crccim and festoons of iiiuilii were
around the plllure. A chef la vvhlto
co.lt ami cup presided. A fciilmo of
tint buffet wus tho Inspiring uitat Julep
luilich which vis lavishly set veil
throughout thu evening. A delicious
mipper wus partaken of about twelve
o'clock. Mrs. Dcerlng wus III white
ltuu over white uatlti. I.udy i'lnyfali ,
In iname cmbrolilered la thlhtles; Mrb.i
Alexander Scott woie yellow; Mrs
I'llie, pnstel bliudet. cmbioldcred la
rown; Mr. l'utua, salmon pink; Jlu,
Stanloy. yellow frock; Mrs. Avery woi"
white; .Miss Kaufmnnn, blue; MrB. I.ay
unl. white satin, Mrs, lluinplirU, pink
chiffon, Mrs. I.ewlN white, Mrs. Fucke,
white; Mrs. Kimball, whlto; Miss Win-1
Ktoa ami Mix Damon worn Imtli In
.vhllc and Mrs. Hawes wore upiliot'
Witln. The illimor KiiestK wiiu l-ord
ami l.ady 1'layfalr. Mr. and Mrs. 1'at
on. Dr. and Mrs. Hiinipluls. JiiiIkh ami
.Mrs. Stanley, Mr. and Mis. Uiynnl, Mr.
ami Airs. Alexander Scott, Mr. and Mrs. I
II. Lowls, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pike. Mr.
mi. I Mm II I'lidtu. Mr. and Mrs. IL
Klnihall. Mrs. Avery, Mib. Hawes, MUa
Namilo Wlastua, Miss Jc-sslo Kiiuf
man, Miss Ma Damon, MUs Anna
Danford, Ooveinor Cleuhora, Mr. John
II. Illlsa, I)r. KltKirald, Mr. Jaialei.011,1
.Mr. Corkbiirn, Mr. WiitMin, .Mr.'
'rl;lit, Mr. Kiank Hutch of San Knm
ch.co. TIiom' lavltcil 4u tho dancii wcrij
.Mr. and Airs. .lames Wilder, Mrjttmlj
.Mm. U. Wilder, -Mr. uml Mrs. It ScuTi,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilussoll, Mr. ami Mrs
Il-iys Diooke, Captain ami .Mrs. Combu
Mr. ami Mrs. O. Ilalleatyne, Mr. mid
Mjs. C. Heileinann, Mr. ami Mrs. OIIu
!)iivts, Mr (Jodfrcy Ilniwn, Mrs. Henry
Cnslle, I)r ami Mrs. Murray. Miss
DLkwin and .Mr. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs.
Kaliihlld, Mr. and Mrs. (Irlabaum, Mi.
ai.d .Mis. (I. Muefurlanc. Mrs. I-'icil
n.iinoa. Lady Hciion, Mr. Percy rii-B-linrii,
Mr Jack MacKinnon, Mr. Ilun
Ui" M0UH.11 rat, Mr. and Mra. Lewlon
Uralii, Mr. Peacock, Mr. ami Mrs.
Waller Piucuck. Mrs. Iluckley, Major
and Mrs, Van Vllct. Mr. and Mrs. It.
Iluckley, Admiral Very, Cuptali Cur
ler, Mr. Allied Huirlsoa, of Sllveitou
Col., Mr. Howard Ilruner, Miss Oynu
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murfarlaae, Mr.
and Mrs. II. Dattoa, Mr. Tap pa a,
.Misses Alice ami l-uly .Macfarlane, .Mm.
Porter Ilojd, Dr. ami Sirs. O. IHkIi. -Mr.
W. Itolh, Mr Cam, Mr. Ilpluy, .Mr. (iar
it'll, dipt. Helilt, (luurtermasli-r llina
phreys, Dr. Sheldon and Mr. Howell.
Among the large ami riiccessful din
ners given 011 Christmas evening was
thu one of Judge ami Mrs. Staale), at
their camming residence on I'orl
btieei. Yellow chrysanthemums iiriu
mi'iiled the table and I he guests In
cluded Dr. and Mrs. Ilumpluls, Mr.
ami .Mrs. C. W. C. Dcerlag, Mr. and
.Mrs. 11. do II. Uiy.ud, Mr. and Alls
(.ante, I.mly Heirou, Air. ami Airs. (1,
I). Danford, Allss Anna Danford, Cap
tain nud .Mrs. Combu, Alius Oyns, .Mm.
Giclg, Dr mid Alih. WllkliiMiu uf Ka
uai, Dr. ami Airs, llomuumi, Air, Jaml
chon, Air. WulHoii, Mr. Cockhinn, Air
David Anderson, Dr. Sheldon, .Mr. How
ell. After dinner thu guests danced on
thu lamil until a lute hour.
On Christmas evening Air. anil Airs.
I'. Klamp entertained at dinner for All.
and Aire. Alexander Seotl, Air. and Airs.
Arnold I'lkc, l.leiit. ICple) ami Air.
A pietty Utile dinner was glen on
Sunday evuiilug ul the Aloana Hotel
h) Air. John II. Illlss. Among the
gtiffcts weio Dr. uml Airs. Walter
Uilnikeiliiif, Alibi. Jessie Kaufman and
At another table weic Mr. ami Airs.
H. N I'aloii, All. and Mrj. C. W. C.
Dieilng, .Mr. Jamlesiin, All. Cockbutu,
All. David Amli'ibou ami Air. Watson.
Dr. and Airs, lliimpluls dined Airs. C.
Hedenianti, Airs. Hawes, .Mr Harrison
uml Air. Ili'iuistou. '1 In- Doctor was
willed uwu) Jiiit as the dinner began.
Sunday ctculngs mi- csiieclally agree
able at the Aloana, ami the muii.ige
nieut lakes gicat pains to iiiuku tln-in
.Mrs. (icrrll Wilder Is still nt Atlss
Joluibou's Miulloiliim, bat her Clulsl
inas dn was mndu most chceifnl hy
her ImstH of callers, llovera gnloic ami
Tln-iv lunu litun sevciul enlcilaln
meats In honor of Airs. Hudolf Slatlery
this week, whose dcpurtuiu lor thu
Const will occur thu llrsl of .January.
Among the others was a chatinlUK
luncheon' given hy Allss Aludgu Air-Caiidl'-ns
ut thu lesldeuii of her paieutH
111 WalUlkl. Carnations In lavish pin
fusion decoruled thu uaiery and thu
placo cards represented dainty llgur
antes In uiilipiu puses. Among the
guests weiu Aim. K. At. Walfon, .Mm.
von Iliimni, Airs. (Icotge Cooke, Airs.
Krdtuuii, .Misses liniguid and 'Am
Sihaerer, Alice Aluerurlaue, 'I'll I In Neu
mann, Lilly Puty and Ileilha Until
Air. and Alls. F. Al. Hatch have taken
apart uieiilH al Stouulelgli (.'on ' In
Washington, ouu of thu fashionable
hotels of thu town.
Air. and Airs. James Dole weiu nr
rhaU la the Aloagolla, .They will io
main for u while In H0110I11I11 befom
piociedlng to Wahlawa. Airs. Dlck
son, the mothei of thu bride, will give
a large reception later In honor of licr
The twentieth widdlag aunlveisy ol
Air. and Aliv. du llrettevlllu was celu
biuted last Saturday evening li a
iliiuie at thu I'nlrvlew hotel. The
luiiuls weiu lighted by Chinese lant
erns and the sp.iilous dining loom was
uteil for daiiilng. Thu diawiug-iisim
gheii ovt r to Hie card p!.icrs, was
Illicit. A delicious supper served 'it
ten thirty, added to the enjoyment or
thu evening. About seventy peop'c
loiigintulated All. uml Airs du llicttu
vlllu, uml they leeched numerous uml
costly gifts. Thu son ami daughter
who nn attending college ut Punahoii,
were unavoidably abbent.
On Satutd.iy evening tacie will be
another delightful dance ut Halelwa
Mr. Kaul's iiulntct club bus been en
gaged and will play dining Sunday us
well, Thurii will he 11 tenuis and golT
tournament, and ever) thing will he
done by the management to maku the
I o ilaib huge successes. It Is well tu1
etiuagc looms .ii' early as potdhlu al-j
was, as the popular little liolcl lias
only a limited number ol aci-oiuinoda-tlous.
Dr. ami Mrs. Wilkinson of Kauai
who have been In town for seveial
days, have been iiiiuli entei tallied. The
di.ilor Is lenvliiK his nr.ictlcu In Kauai
and may go elsewhere.
Mr. William lluvwiiiiil. who. with hli?
- - 1
family lecually returned from his new
post died at Koit lla.Mnd, N. Al., Dee
11'. Airs. Haywood and thu two chll
dien am at piesent In Washington.
Alls. Henloii Is taking down a Jolly
parly ot fi lends for thu Nuw Yeurs
ilunn- at Kwa 1'lr.nlutlon. Thu Cllb
iiulntct club will furnish the music,
ami a er; tujoyubltt time is uutltlpul-isl.
The tlecoiallons ut St. Andrew's weru
itudei tint illrectloii of Alls. IMwaid
Tciiay, Airs, diaries 1 tooth and Allss'
IIIIIK.IMI .It-IIHt'lCI . 1 4' ni'ii. i-;
btautlfiil. Airs, llrticu AleY. Alackuli
bang a solo in an oxtpilsltu fushhni.
Another bull Hint Illumines the jhisI
holld,t. season Is thu coining out o
lleleau Irwin, It wus geaeiully hu
lleve.l thul thu I ruins would not letitru
to San I'lunclsco ut ull this wlntei, but
when tliet got us near home as New
York, the 1011I1I not stand thu separa
tion from their best-beloved city. The
stalely sioiiu house of thu Irwius lias
been put Into thorough repair, and Alls.
Irwin will Introduce her lovely duiigli-let-
ul 11 big ball, which will be given
shortly alter ChrlJtmas. Ilelcne Ir
win Is a beautiful girl, and will easily
carry olf the homuu as thu prettiest
delnitauto ol thu )cal, Shu has alieady
laid some social expel lencu, having
In en piesent at beerul functions lust
)ear, altliougli not yet foimally pie
setitid Sim huh also been a leeunt
guest at some of Ihu smallest New
York and Philadelphia affairs, so Ihu
ciiidu aiMjlco of thu debutante have al
ieady been bamlpapei ed Into social
The sudden death of Aim. Stuait Dun
bar has been a fearful shock to her
tuiiillv mid ft lends. Airs. Dunbar wns
still a bible, her marriage to thu son
ol thu prominent dentist having taken
place less than a year ugo. Thu mill -1
late followed 011 ihu heels of her hi ok
eu engagement with Prentiss dray, sou
of the- Oakland capitalist, (lenevlcve
Dowiell (Airs. Dunbar) was 11 fearless
sw limner, and lust year she saved
tiling (1 lay's life at a summer resoit
Hut she ovt-r-calcnl.lted her eliililiance,
ami brought on her denth by diving
from the Dunbar jurht into Ihu lc
waters of Ihu bay. Thu shock was too
much for her hcait, which had become
"athletic" from owr-excrclbc. Del
husband ami her sister, Alls. Fled
Kiilght, an- ImoiiHolable ut thu sudden
and ciuel taking away of this dun til
ing uml lovable young woman. News
Mrs. S. At. Halloa ami her daughter
are occupying tho lesldencu of Air. Sid
ney Halloa for several months. Alls.
K Al. Halloa Is a slstt-r-ln-law of Air.
Ualloii, who was unable to accompany
them owing lo business matters la
Washington. He will return to Hono
lulu In a few weeks.
The beautiful service of midnight
mass at St. Augustllnu Chapel occuned
on Chtlsttiii's eve. The detoralloiis
wen- unusually rlliactlve and were tliu
liamllwoik of Harry Davison,
Airs. Allen Hci licit, who has been mi
ill. Is ieHiitei as processing fu vol
ably. This is good news to all her
flieiuls. Alik. Walters, who leieatly
submitted to 11 serious operation, Is
also proglcrsllig well.
The lloiioiablu Henry II. Cooper ami
hcveiul young men, his wins Included
li'ive gone for a hunting trip to Ijinat
llreat Interest lu belli;; taken in the
recently announced engagement or Allss
Helen Kitchen uml .Mr. Albert Atkin
son. Ilotli thu j tiling people urn very
well known here, ami Allss Kitchen is
ouu of tho most popular belles In the
Islands. .Mr. Atkinson Is very athletic
and lias gained tpiilu a local reputation
for his piou'csH In many diiecllous. He
Is a biolher of Ihu popular "Jack" At
There was a gay dinner and dame al
tliu .Seaside hotel on Christmas evening
and thu Christmas tieu which occupied
a pronilueiil position In tliu room, wad
much admired, Thu Hoyal Kawalalinu
CI lee Club furnished tliu cuellenl
Among those who returned In th
.Mongolia weiu Aim. John Una, Allssci,
Mabel uml Chuelico Knu and .Mr.
Thomas Kim, Air. and Airs. Albert
Waterhoiue, and Dr. H. J, Call and H.
K. ICastmali, a bank jitesldeiit uf llol.ic
Thu employees of Whitney & .Marsh
were Ihu guests of tho llrm at thu
fining Catu on Christmas eve for sup
per ufter the iluy'h work was over.
Tlicv uii J11) i-il thu tasty menu served in
tliu Cafe's tiest style. Tliu llrm took
this as one of Ihu means uf showing
Ihell appieclatloti of thu faithful work
nt their i'iupld)iv.
Thu Withlnu Kapu Club gave a dance
lo about eighty of their friends at their
I home at 1GI7 ileretniila street oil
Christmas eve, Thu hunsu wus decor
uted with elect lie lights. Hags ami
laaltu ami the house motto was sus
pended for the orcaslon. Hefore thu
dance took place thu members of thu
club were tendered a dinner hy a 1111111
her ot oung ladles, who took entire
possession of thu building till their
putt of the festivities was completed.
I twenty coveis weie laid on thu table,
I which vvaa derorated with mallu and
'.Avers. Thu menus weru a feature ol
Ii e evenlnirv containing photographs of
tliu members ol Ihu club which could
, ! kept as souvenirs. Those present nt
ttm dinner weru Air. uml .Mrs. Hurry
Hudson, .Misses Deas, Johnston'!,
O'llilen, Coleman, Oss, .Miller, Ale
Audiuws, Annie AlcCauley, Jennie Atc-Cault-y.
.Messrs. Wright, 1'erklnn
Ciockett, Hill, Conness, Jenkins, V.
littiil, I. Hind ami O'llrlen.
Thu bridge lea which Airs. Charles
Wilder gave 011 Thursday uMeinoon In
honor of Airs. Herman Kocku nad AIisc
.Margaret Walker, was 11 decided buc
ccbb, Tliu first jirlzo, a cut-glass dish,
was won by Airs. Henry Duttoa, am'
the consolation prize, a copy of Aim.
Day's book, was 'given Airs. Andrew
.'tiller Delicious refreshments weir
served, and among thosn present weru
Alis. to in -. Curler, Mrs. Andrew ful
ler. .Mm, Hodlelt, Airs. Duttoa, Airs.
Hatiy Atactarlatio. Alri. Juck Dowselt,
-Mis. W Lain, Aim. . Plillllps, Jir.
Nooiriu, Aire. Ailhtir Wilder. Mrs. E.
j W. Jordan, Airs. rieiler),clt Klump, Alr.i.
Klchahn. Airs. Charles Wight, Mrs.
Oeorge Potter, .Mrs. Harry liwls, Mm.
Archlu Young. Airs. 12. F. Hishup. Alrr.
Citshmnn. Allrs Harvey, Aim. Smith,
Airs. Itlchaidsoa, Airs. Herbert, Miss
Jones uml many others.
The lad news of ihu death of Air
William Haywood has not come alto
gether unexpected to Honolulu, lu
Phoenix, Arizona, vvheiu Air. Haywood
hud been stopping fur u month with
trained nurses, the doctors said then
was somu hope, but very little encour
agement was given thu fundi) , Mrs.
Haywood wus with him at the time of
his death. Her address -tit present Is
1712 I stieel. N. W.
Aim. Kiederlck Klump was thu host
ess of u pietty hildgu tea on Krlday r.f
teriiuou In honor of Aim. Al'imile Phil
lips. Accoidltig to thu custom lu Now
York and thu larger towns euch tuble
received 11 prize, thu highest score be
ing counted. On I'rlilay, Aim. A. lleig.
Aim. Alunnlu Phillips, Mm. C. Wilder.
Aim. Hawes, Aim. Pails ami Allss Helen
Alexander scored. A delicious sit
down tea was enjoyed, tliu (lowers, del
icate napery, clilnu, cut glass and sil
ver iiiukliig u line showing. Tliu prizes
weru exhibited dining this hour and
they weie all packugea of twelve hand
painted menu curds introducing differ
ent countiy scenes. Thu lonsolutlou
piizu was cut for. Among those present
weru Alls. Van Vllet, Airs, Smith. Airs
Parts, Mrs. Coney, Airs. I-acklund, Mrs.
Hallentyne, Aim. H. Lewis, Airs. A. Ful
ler, Airs, illi'hurilsuii, Aim. Schiiuiuu,
Airs. Hatiiiah, Aim. Cooper, Airs. A.
Young, Airs. A. Herg, Allss K. Jones,
Allss II. Alexander, Allss Olllet, .Miss
Aludgu AlcCnudless ami Airs. Hawes.
Thu cable ship ltestorer expects to go
to Vlcloila noxt Monday, stopping it
.Midway to laud Air. uml Mis. Colly.
Airs. Combu, Allss Combu and Miss
Oyns will be passengers ubourd.
The little story written bv Air. A. I.
Tuylor for tliu I'hrlbtnias Advertiser
was veiy 1 lever
Additional Social News on Pago 7.
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE D-5POT FOB B0B6 OI
THE ROjAD OVERALLS.