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EVnNIKn H0LLKT1N. HONOUlLTf. T. H SATURDAY, JAN. f.. 1007,
THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
New deslgnc, cashmere and floral
designs, suitable for Ladles' long and
hurt Klmonas and Waists,
ONLY 15 YD.
To Our Island Patrons
We are after your Trade; send u
your Mall Orders; we are well equip
ped to serve you; prompt and careful
attention Is guaranteed.
Cotton Covert Cloth
Brown, Tans, Navy Blue and Olive;
Juit right for rainy weather Skirts
r-nd Suits; 15c quality,
THIS WEEK FOR 12Mi YD.
In stripes and figured; light and me
dium colors; Just right for Men's Pa
Jamas, 15 YD. and upwards.
THAT KEEPS THE PRICE8 DOWN.
NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIV
INO: ALWAYS UP-TO-DATE IN
STYLE AND MATERIALS.
Ladies' New Shift Waist
A sample line of SPRING STYLC3
$5.00 $5.50 $5.75 $0.00
Rainy Day Walking Skirts
Latest Style and material, solid col
ors, stripes, checks and plaids, at
$.5.00 $:i.50 $:.75 $1.00
Stylish Panama Skirts
In Dlack, Gray, Navy and Drown.
Handsome Silk-Lined Voile
In Black and Cream.
Ladies' Black Silk Dress
In a Variety of Styles.
In all colors, very latest styles,
FROM $X75 UPWARDS.
IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH US;
WE HAVE THE BIGGEST STOCK
AND THE LOWEST PRICES.
Good Merchandise At Moderate Prices
Im the watchword of our store
Our Annual January Sale
l drawing to a close. Only a few days more to buy UNDER-MUSLINS at
far below the regular prices. We advise you to take advantage of the
GREAT BAROAIINS that are offered.
A SAVINO IN HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES figure In our SPECIALS for
This Week, besides other goods that are appropriate for this time of the
NEW SPRINO QOODSare beginning to arrive. The last two steamers
brought u lot of Pretties and every steamer will bring more.
VISIT OUR STORE AND SEE WHAT IS NEW.
Table Oil Cloth our special sales Humpty Dumpty
blue or black veins', and colors, rcgu- 1 6t3tUT6 TlrQf Q
lar 30c quality, Ullllll I Ull W
THIS WEEK 10 YD. j Keep In touch with our SpoclulMi QtflplMMYO
cuch wcuk pruMcntHMomu oppor- UIUUHIIIJU
Chfllf flS OIaIU ! tunlty to economize unit every A fine ribbed Hose for Boys and
Uuull Ull UlOin I urticle which 1m fenllireU It Girls; extra strong, all sizes,
worthy, rogurclluMM ot the L.ov- o5 PAIR
Scalloped edge, white and colors, i . . .
iiukh of Price.
S l-3 YD. A Fancy Postal Card With each pair.
AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES.
White Cotton Toweling, twilled and
huckaback, SPECIAL THI8 WEEK
at 5 'it YD.
Huckaback Toweling, extra heavy,
ribbed border, regular price 12 1-2c.
THIS WEEK 10 YD.
Check Glass Toweling, all linen,
ood quality, regular 12 1-2c goods.
THIS WEEK lOMifJ VD.
Unbleached and White All Linen
Toweling, regular 15c goods. THIS
WEEK AT 12'-if? YD.
That Are of Vast Importance
INVISIBLE REAL HAIR NET8,
RIBBON 8H0E LACES, IN WHITE,
TAN AND BLACK;
TOURIST LAMPS FOR CURLING
NEW CURLING IRONS;
NEEDLE BOOKS, ALL KINDS.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co,
New Fall Flannelettes
In check, stripes and solid colors,
good quality 10 YD
Amidst thu howling of the gale and. was a collogn friend of Mm. Prcnr, anil
tlin whistling of the wind, with lheh'-' iniide such n fuvomble Impression
wi...i.nv. .ihr.l I.. blankets, and tliel'" Honolulu that several parents arc
lnnuls protected l) awnings, tlio un
nunl Now Ycur's Uvt bull begun"
promptly nt nlni'-thlrty In the dining'
room at lh Moana hotel, nnd tlio Kay
contemplating sending their daughters
to her In the near future.
Among tha femlvltles given In honor
fileuds.nnd thoso who know- lilmat the tli piliate dining ruom on New Year's Mi'H. A. 0. llawes, Miss Marlon Scott,
Alexander Young Hotel, whole he eve lilt It were iccalled. At thu many Captain Carter, U. S. X.. Dr. Fltzger
llvoil, were ery fond of hliu. Mra.j dinners of her friends her health Iiiih uld, Mr. Ulehard Wright, Mr. Leslie
lllghtou wan cabled for and Is expect-, heen promised many times, I Scott, Mr. Gerrlt Wilder, Mr. Mohhlns
ed to in live lu the Alumoda.
Mrs, Frcdeilc Klauip, who In one ol
the most prominent hostesses lu llono-
lulu, gave a bridge luneli for Mm. Iler-
and hrlllUuil crowd danced the merry! f Mm. iiuucur hiutiery wiih tne uuugu
i,nr. ninv Nniwithm.mdlm- thu In-'tcu of Mm. Smith on Saturday ufler-
h.i, ,t tt, urniiipr tho liTill.miim'niion. Mm. Slattery wore n lolletto of. man Focke and Miss Margaret WalUcr
was comfortably tilled and the walls on mauve und her jilcturo hat wus of tho on Monday. Thu table pieseuted finite
..lilmr plrln lined wlih Inteiesteil slice- winie color. A large uniethyst In a a holiday efiect with Us banking of
tntom. Urgo Hags covered the blank- "Ingle K"hl chain completed a becom-
ets and palms, greens and dowering ' costume. Tho two prizes, bolts ot
shrubs made n good effect. In one cor-l 'K ribbon lu hand-embroidered bags,
ner of the room was a butfet, und Iceil I 't-i o won by Mm. llrock and Mm.
punch, lemonade und sjndwlches weretUaweJ.
served throughout the evening. The
Monnla quintet club occupied thu gal-, " w bo morniy on Wednesday that
lory nnd two-slips and wultzes weie the promoters of the proniemide lu Ku-
dni'iced until un early hour lu the'plolanl Park decided to iwstpone tlie
morning. Previous to tho ball iiiuny opening day until the sun should sliluo
dinners were given, nnd neihuns the uguln. It would have been uctuall)
lamest of all was the one of Ml. m.il dangerous to havii attempted It this
Mis. it. N. I'aton, who lire guests at the week, for trees weie falling und u
hotel. The table had for Its luiitrtil' perfect hunlcaiie took one's bieiilh
ornament a inlni.ituic Scottish custli. ! uwuy. Jlowevei. we neod not despair.
Everything wa lomplete, even to th" for this state of affairs cuniiot last, and
turrets, moat and Scottish ling which, when we are ugaln enveloped in our
Jlnw iiroudlv from the tower. Tills, usual sunshine the bad duys will be
castle was set III a bed or maidenhair' forgotten.
feins, nnd Its entranco guarded by a
drawbridge. Tho Scotch thistle wus' On New Year's evening Mr. and Mrs.
very much In evidence amidst llin.t;. M. Watson guve a pretty little din
ner at their residence on Vlueyurd
sticet, lu honor of Captain und Mis.
i Itudolf Sluttery, and uu Wednesday
Mis. Watson guve a tea lu honor of her
greens and the candles which surround
ed the maidenhair hud green sbudes.
The menu cnids were hand painted und i
the red place cards had u wishbone In
troduced Into each mil, and toward the plater. It was a social lltllu uftulr, und
middle of the dinner much merriment! oier the teacups a delightful huur was
whh caused by malting it wish and' spent. Among the Invited guests were
clucking them. Among the guests Mis. Uijurd, Mrs. Van Vllet, Mm. Alex
weio Dr. and Mrs. F. II llumphrls, Mr. under Young, Mrs. Archie Young. Mrs.
nnd Mrs. Clifford Kimlmll, Ml. audjCliVH Duvles, Mm. A. llerg, Mrs. ou
Mrs. C. W. C. Decrltig, Mrs. Avery, Mrs. , Jlamm, Mrs. Lewton-lirulti, Mrs. llus
Iluwes, Mr. J. II. llllss, und ex-Otner-, wll, Mm. McCundless, Mrs. Illock, .Mm.
nor Cleghoru. j Krederlc Klump, Mis. Clinton Uallcn-
At other tallies were teen Mr .and tyne, Mrs, Smith, .Miss Ilurvey, MIsa
Mrs. Arnold I'iKe, who weie dining tho Ilertha Until Young, Mlsu Uillet und
Alexander Scotts, und Mr. and Mm. KI-' Mn. Iliiwvs.
Ileld's dinner guests were Mm. C. Ileie-
iiiniin und Mr. Klrklund. Ml. und Mrs.1 Mr. and Mm. J. C. I'illeld, who sailed
Wood of Mluiiebotu, who are mopping In the Ventura, have been guestB ut thu
nt thu hotel, had u party of eight und .Moauu over a mouth. They huve made
there were many other small dinners, I hosts of Mends und have been much
giving un air of guyety to the place. entertained. Mis, Kltleld will vli.lt lu
' Los Angeles befuie proceeding to her
Mrs. Maty Omni has taken the cot-home lu Mluu Uoth Mr und Mrs.
tngn in the grounds of the residence be- Kltleld expect to spend several months
longing to Mr. nnd Mm. Charles Weight
In Nuuuuii avenue.
Miss Kloienro Housel, who sailed 111
the Ventura, is the ptlnclp.il of a fiuh
lu Mexico In the near fuliiie.
Judge lllghtou will bu greatly missed
from the community where his kindly
prrrcneft und courtly manner liavo al
loiinblu girls' boaidlug school ut Uis ways exerted a ch aim over all ho knew.
Angeles, called Huntington Hull.
holly nnd gieeus. Among those pieseul
were Mm. M. I'hllllps, Aim. Oeorge Cui
ter, Mrs. Illshop, Mrs. ltodlek,, Mrs.
Uiiii y Mucfnrluue, Mrs. Henry Duttou
und Mrs. Churlvs Wilder.
.Mr. Curl llcdi'iuauu wus a returning
passenger lo Maul on Friday, He lias
been spending' the holidays with his
family at Wulklltl.
On Tuesday evening, New Year'M day,
the Mciaun Hotel dining loom piesent
ed ipille u gala uppeuiuuie for theiu
weiu seveiul siiiurt dlliuem on. Und
und Uid) I'luyfnlr weie dining Mr.
ami Mrs. Arnold I'lke, Dr. and Mrs.
F. II. Humphils, Mr. and Mrs. Clivn
Ilavies and Mr. und Mis. Alexander
Scott. I.udy riayfulr, who Is u dis
tinguished looking wouiuii, had on t
verj becoming frock. At unother table
were the It. N. ralous, and their din
ner guests weiu Mr. und Mis. II.
FncKe, Mr. und Mm. It. do U. Uiyiild,
Mr, and Mm. C, W. C. Deerlng und
.Messrs. David Audeisou, Jumes Coek-
hurn, Jamlebon unci Wutsou. .Mr. and
Mm. arluhaum were nlso giving u tlln-
tier, und among then guests were Mr,
and Mrs. Wllluid Ilrowu und Captain
und Mrs, Audiew Fuller. Mr. and Mrs.
Wood, who entertain so much, hud u
gay party of young people at her table.
The Mojiiii Hotel oichestru was at
Its best and the shuded electric
lights, llnucisuud the iiiiiuy pietty wo
men, gave u festive hxik to the room,
Co IT Is generally served on the luiiul
and It Is always J pleasant Interlude.
Thu Misses Murlellu uuff Violet
l'ouuds, charming ICnglish girls, aiu
guests of thu Montague Cookes for u
month, on their wuy around the world,
Miss Nannie Winston, who Is still
couiliied to her room by thu suveru cold
conducted two weeks ago, Is progres
sing favorably. She hus been greatly
missed for thu holiday festivities, ot
which fthu Is always u bright and shin
I Anderson, Mr. Derby, Captain
Mm. tleorge Carter's "at homo" day phi ey ami Lieut. Kpley.
mi Wednesday was attended by u laigul
number of callers,
lecelvlng by .Mrs. Crelioro (ncu llellu
Carter), Miss Curler, Mrs. Croydon,
Mm. Illuckmuu and Mrs. Frenr. Mm,
Carter looked unusually well on Wed
nesday, nnd lecelved her friends' lu her
Shu wns assisted In Mrs. llotlmanii's mtlstlc home on LI-
i llha stuet wus the scene of a coffee
iiiuslculu on Wednesday In honor of
her slster-lii-luw', Mm. MucNIell. Mrs.
llorfiuiinn fin in cd her guests with sev
eral little Kongs.whlch were, unthuslus-
usual gracious manner. Mm. Ulchaid' Ikally
Ivera poured tea, and Mis. V. II. Hum-
Iphrls presided over the famous punch
bowl, which wus given the Governor
by thu Chinese I'llnce. Mm. Mackatl
bang most beuiitltiilly and the roonu
were nlled with the perluuio of loec
lecelved mid shu ulso sung u
han enjoyed the unhpie distinction of
completing the lust hook of Lew Wal
luce. One of tho delightful entertainments
of thu week was the dinner given by
Dr. and Mm. Harvey Murray for Mr.
nnd .Mm. II. Foe lie, Mr. and Mrs.
Jniues Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. ICdwurd.l Tho suit of Thomas Kay against F
Fenner, Miss Jessie Kniifinuu and Mr. n witltln came to nn end lOBt night
Willi STUCK it
I after u trial lasting four duys. The
The death of the mother ot Mm. Paul' Jy al :20 o'clock returned a ver.
Neumann. Mrs. Soncedo, of Mexico. awurdlng damages to Kuy lu tho
will bo quite n shock, as thu family n- ' ' 1"0. This case wub the an
eelved a cable on New Year's day Bay- tomobllo uccldent case. Wliltlu's uu-
lug "All's well. Mrs. Sancedo visited lonioutie, unveil uy ins cnauneur, ran
duet with .Mrs. Out from Semerumldo,
mid then came the piece du resistance,
for .Mrs. MacNIell whistled several sel
inenl. I hlK lwivi.1 iihi
heaitllv eiiLored und moved a ciuat I nr and bright conversation. Bhu wait 5,000 datnuges,
pliijlng her own uccompunl-' 'wre a few yearn ago und charmed ev- into a hack In which Kay was riding
Tills novel performance wua'fiyhody by her delightful foreign inuii-' Injuring thu plulntlff. Kuy usked for
which were lavishly Bcutleied nhoiit In' success. Kveu thu pel cuunry seemed ' sifted und talented und was a veritable,
inc light. In fact, sho had Invitations
She He always had u pleasant word for his out ("' hirgo supper to bo given in Duttou, Mr,
largo bowls and vuses.
Mr. ami Mm. Itlchnrdsoii lire slop
plug at the Monna hotel. Mrs. Hlrh
unison Is it pretty girl unci u hi die. Shu
lias a lovely trousseau, which Is very
much udmlied. Mr. Itlchardsnu's home
was lu Hawaii.
The Humes of the ladles who have
decided to receive on the llrst and Ihlid
.Mondays uie: Mrs. C. F. Kckurl, Mis.
Mist, Miss Ldlth F. Mist, Mm. Luwloii-
llrnln, Mrs. Allan ilottoniley, Mrs. O
Uiillck, Mrs. Frank Atherton, und .Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Itaymoiid du II. Lay.
urd gave n dimming little dinner ut
the Consulate on Friday evening for
ijunl and Lad) l'lnyfutr, Mujor and
Mm Van Vllet. Dr. and Mrs. Hum-
phrls. Captain Carter, U. S. N., and Mr.
Howard llowen Tho table decorations
weiu very elfectlve, graduated cut-glass
vases holding delicate blossoms In coil
Junction with maidenhair. Afler din
ner thu guests played bridge.
Mis. Alfred Hiirrlson ami Mr. Ilrcns
ton, who liuvu hecu guestn at the Iloyal
Hawaiian hotel, sailed In thu Sonoma
for thu Colonies. Mr, Hiirrlson, who
Is a brother of Mis. Slolber, bus been
much entertained,' f
Among the festivities of the week
wns the very enjoyable informal lunch
which Mr. und Mm. James Wilder gave
on New Year's Day. There were two
tables, und nmoiiK those Invited wero
Mi. and Mrs. Hunnoy Scott, Mr. and
Mis. Itlchaid Ivers, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Macfarluue, Jr., Mr. unci Mm. Henry
and Mis. Hays Urooku,
j under thu Inllueiice of the whistler's
chin m, for the iiioiu hIio whistled thu
louder ItH sung. The coffee und rakes
weiu much enjoyed, and Mis. HolT
inaiiu's guests much appreciated the
delightful afternoon. Among those
present were Mrs. Cushnmn, Mrs. Car
uber, Miss While, Miss (Iregg, Mm. K.
W. Joidau, Mrs. K. L. Cutting, Mm.
Wilkinson, I-ndy Ilerinu, Mm. Uinge,
Mrs. (I. Carter. Mrs. Luyard, Mrs.
Sehaeler, .Mm. Stanley, Mrs. Archlu
Young, Mm. Arthur Uerg, Miss lllllet,
Miss Anna Daufoid, Mrs. Otis, Mrs.
Frlshun, Mm. Wadinau, Mm. Charles
Wilder, Mrs. Wallace Farrlugtoii, Mm.
Miss Josciihluu Locke's Interesting
"graudu dnnie." Mrs. l'uul Nuuiuauti
mu leturn to llonoluhi soon.
Mrs. James Castle has gone to I-ale
for a few days. Her place, "Tho
A similar suit for tho snmu amount
has beeti brought by the hack drive'
In tho casa Just ended thu plaintiff
was represented by J. J. Dunno and
W. T. Ilawllns. C. F. Peterson ropro-
COLLEGE MU8IC LA8T NIQHT
- '" - . i
i Dunes," Is very uillstlc and comfort- t-enlod tho defendant
Tho Hotel Uaths held the llrst Lildca'
Day ecterday morning and thu society
rolku were there lu great numbers and
enjoyed u dip lu the huge pool of cry
stal waler Thu ladles "shot tho
chutes'' and Indulged In swimming and
diving, This fashionable sport has cer
tainly caught on with thu society peo
ple nnd every Tuesday and Friday will
bu looked forward to with pleasure by
them. There are many private parlies
lectuies on "Dante" begin on SiitiiiduyJfoimlug who Intend engaging the pool
Juiiuaiy 12th In Mrs. Sauford II. Dole's for thu evening.
drawing room on F.miun street at ten
I'lie Misses Umlsu and latum (leinid
On Monday evening, Jauuary 7th
at 7: 3D o'clock, a meeting will bo held
of the chairmen of the different com
slslers of Mrs. 1'iedeile Klnmp, arrived 'mlttees whu will have charga of the
on the Ir.iiMport ligaii and will le
niiiln with their sister tor three or four
mout lit.. Col. Oeiuid, who Is also on
the Logan, will proceed with the trans-
silt to the Coast.
Miss Mary 11. Krout uxpeeta lo du-
Mardl Qras. a benefit ball will be
given February 14th for tho Kllohuuii
Thu members of tho Kllohuua Art
League will bo received by Mm. W. F
Freur lu behalf of the Literary Clrclo
liver u course of lectures lu a week or of the Kllohana Art League, xhe oo
two. nie place has not yet beeii decld-'caslou being u reudlug by Mr. Hug. V
ed upon, but It Is hoped thut sumu chut- Horton. After the literary exercises
liable perbon with a large hinul, ceil
trally situated, will olfer It for the oc
casion, The talks are divided us fol
lows: Juniuiry Mil, "Huidy"; Juuu
nry ,isth, "SleveiiBon"; January 22ud,
"Kipling"; January 25th "Conrndt";
Janunry 29th, "Itecent Writers". Miss
the teu tuble will bo presided over by
Miss Lettu Ilurdaway,
Additional Social News on Page 7.
Somo prlzo specimens ot the vl fruit
from Mrs. W. M. (llffard's trees ure on
Krout hus delivered these lectures lu exhibition at the Promotion Committee
Austiullu und Now Zealand und .sho rooms.
Illshop Hall at Oalm College was
filled to overflowing lust evening by
lovers of innate ami they received u
Tho splendid range of baritone com
inunded by Mr. Hastings was lu per
fect form und range, lu tho (lermun
selections, followed by an Italian
piece, Mr. Hustings carried uli til
Mrs. A. U. Iugulls responded to an
encoio ufter tho rendering of nn en
trancing selection which held her an
dleuco as with chains. Such rapid
advancement as Mrs. Ingalls Is mak
lug with thu king of Instruments will
shortly place hot- among tho highest
Miss Ouitrudo Drown entertained at
the piano. Her selections wore diffi
cult ot execution, but with her magic
touch lutoiest wns hold throughout
und hearty applause was given by a'i
During rainy days some ot the
looms lu the Judlclury building are
qultu dark, so much so that lights ure
needed. As the electric lights furnish
ed by thu Government uie not In op
eration until ufter sunset, there ap
peared to bu no way of overcoming
the dlfllculty. Mr. Holloway has rome
to this rcscuo by having a switch from
tho Hawaiian Klecttlc Co.'s plant put
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