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N. S. SACHS DRV GOODS COMPANY, Ltd
The Store That Keeps the Prices Down
Some items at less than half price; others about half price; all items much less
than regular value. Every woman who would economize will do well to avail
herself of this opportunity c
i. . .
r.Mn proof, In looie and leml-flttlng;
colon: Taut, Olive, Oxford Grey and
FROM !!).r() UPWARDS
Black Silk Btons
An l-lii-l)iifc Ciiriiii'iit; Only A Few Left;
If Vnii Wiint Any, We Advise Ynu to Come Knrly,
Bktck Silk Eton Jackets
Silk l.im-il nt !?4.00 $1.75 90.00 mill 90.75
,'! One Win Hi Donlilr the I'rlee.
Peter Pan Waists
At Special Prices
Tin- lVirr I'iiii W'nNt Is tlic Liitcit Fnvorilc, mid WV11
Adapted fnr TIih Climate.
White Peter Pan Alpaca Waists
trimmed with iiiivv liluc nml hluck Milk.
, !?:U( WAIST FOIl 91.00.
ON' SALK .MONDAY.
White Silk Peter Pan Waists
Wiilmllc, with Kxtrn llnliy Irish Luce Front.
.$.-..01) WAIST FOIl 93.00.
OX KAI.K .MONDAY MOUSING.
Closing Out Sale
Wash Hats Bonnets
HKOIN'N'IXO .MONDAY, FEDItlTAItV ITIL
In order l umko room, v hnvi' decided nut to consider cost
or value, lint hiivc
Cut Prices in Half
to insure 11 ready mile; they ure nil lieciuuing style-i, nml juit
wluit will he wanted for the Spring.
SALK WILL HKG1.V ON .MONDAY MOIIXIXG.
In White, Pink and Light Dlue.
.75 HATS 00
H40 " 500
t.25 " 05
1.50 ' 75(j
i.76 .:..;.'.: oo
2.oo " $1.25
Lace and embroidery trimmed,
In white, light blue and pink.
'.76. BONNETS !)
$1.00 " 500
i-25 ., 650
i.w '" ' 750'
2.00 " 91.00
AX OrTOFTIIKOllDlXAUY OFFERING.
11 and Embroidered
FOR 91.50 KACH
Tlico Tnhle Centers were sent to its from an Eastern con
cern on consignment, 11a we are always looking for something to
offer our customer at a hnrgiiiu; wo were glad to accept them;
the variety of designs in large; each worked with nno of thfi
Ih'.sI hranils of 1W Hilkt in alcolulely fait colors. This U
positively the Lowest Price Kver Asked for Such Fine Work,
mid Beautifully Designed Patterns. We feel sure you will
agree with in, that Thix I The H11jqr.1l Bargain Event in
Needle Work Kver Offered.
TIIKY.WILL UK ON DISPLAY AXD SALE
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
COMK AXD SICK Til KM.
Solid Color Dimities
IT 20c QUALITY FOIl 12'X.O -m.
MKGIXXIXG .MONDAY MOIIXIXO.
Colors Light Hlue, Pink, CnAliniil, Xnvy lllnc, Lavender
Excellent for Children's and Ladies' Wear.
OX SALE MONDAY AT
Tin- reception wlilcli tlu Kunalii
limit Chili iiuvl nt their new nml snac-
iiuis limit house 1111 Mniuluv viiilni? wuhI
intended by nearly thrcu liuiiilreil
liuests. Thu reception committee wus
composed of the three cuptaliiB, nntui)
ly. .Misses Constance Ilcsturlck, llaiol
Holtniatui anil Kenny Cation, assisted
liy .Mrs. Camp und Secretary Jink At
kinson, hotli enthusiastic promoters of
tlio (.-lull. The guests wore received by
this committee at the head of the Btalro
lending to the In rue and airy reception
loom. Members of the club escorted
I he client about the building, which
was admired by everybody. The sim
ple hut pleasing decorations of greens
und palms delighted the eye. The Ka
iiiiihamokti iulnlet club rurnlshed the
excellent music for dancing, and light
lefirslunentH were served. It wits vot
ed a great success and rellecled much
Liedlt iijkiii the memliers of the club
mid the promoters. The lunch und
home-made delicacies which are bclnfl
sold loday ut tho store formerly occu
pied by Ilobiou on Tort street, is for
the benellt of the club. Among other
delicacies their were wild pots or baited
Kindergarten Association Work
Over onu dozen ladles were In nt
tendance Friday morning at tho meet
ing of the Free Kindergarten Assocla.
lion. Mrs. Theodore Hichards presid
ing, It was reported thut the nut pro
reeds from llui Toy Shop wore $1,
Thu Treasurer tepoiteil for thu As
nidation that the expenses ror Janii
sry umoutited to IS82.35 nml casli now
on hund nmotints to J7SD.92. Kor the
Custlu Home tho expenses wuru $304.
05. Tliero wns a balance of 83.75, lint
nil this and more was to be paid out
at once to mnke thu Homo sqtiuru with
tho world, leaving nothing for thu
new month. These figures remind 111
thut thu poor are ulways with us und
we feel sure that so valuable an Instl
tiillou us this home for helpless dill
dieu will not be allowed to suffer if
once our kindly public Is made ac
quainted with its needs.
Vt'u Imvu heard It said that In thu
minds of boinu uf thu community theiu
Is Bomu antagonism to thu free kin
dergartens. Tho Castlu Homu comes
under tho children's aid department of
tlni'Assoclatlon und funds contributed
for Mint work are kept ontlroly sop
uiatu. The scliools liavu sulfeieil lu tho past
month from measles, but tho wotBt
stems to be oer und attendance ls
I'ulama Is in need of morn room and
exlra teachers. With proper accom
modations It would be ipillu posslbiu
to gather In 100 children; SO nro al
ready enrolled and tills Is quite us
muu 11s thu present force cun man-'
ago. It bus ulways a time of war and
rebellion when thu doctor bus appear
ed to vaccinate thu children, hut last
week this ordeal was peaceably uc
rnmpllshcd, only ten out of Blxty-two
children making any trouble, showing
Hint I lie teachers have suiieuled in'
winning thu confidence of thu children
and their parents.
Japanese Were Guests
An Interesting teu was given 011 Mon
day nlteruiKin at the l.uniilllo Home
by .Mrs. i:ilen Weaver, lu honor of the
Japanese ladles, .Mrs. Tsuda and Mrs
Sto, who, but recently returned from
Japan, are much Interested in the art
istic value of flower plecur us seen
ami studied in their uw.i country for
three year. In their dainty" kimonos,
looking like veritable llower.i them
selves, they delightfully illustrated tuo
henutltul art. liamboo frunier gener
ally form the basis of the branches of
ioIIukc, wlilcli aio made to fall nntur
11 1 1 and therefore gracefully. There
lire tin co divisions for the tlower mak
ers, the highest, of flod, und tho low
est, of earth; the middle degree, of
num. When a guest Is expected cer
tain lloweis ure urintiKfd in the counr
of thu room In his honor, and (l.u ur
luiigemeiit ulways slgullles something
personal to the guests, Delicious: tea
was set veil after the talk, and among
the guests were Mrs. Jaiuer II. Castle,
Mrs. Philip Dodge, Mrs. II. F. Dilling
ham, .Mrs. Teiiuey Peek, Mrs. Frear,
Miss Anna I'arls, Miss Hlioda f'.reen,
.Miss Jessie Kaufiniinn.
Washington, Jan. 25. Mrs. Lillian
T. I'lutt, wlfu of Senator Thomas C.
I'latt of Now YorK, through her uttor
uey, II. Wlnslilp Whcutley, begun libel
Hilts yesterday in the Supreme Couit
ot thu Dlstilct of Columblu against thu
Washington I'ost Company und thu
Washington Times Company fur $300.
000 ami (200,000 damages respectively.
Mis. I'latt brings suit on three
counts ugalnst thu Post and on two
counts agaliiBt thu Times, The suits
ligalust tho Post are based on stories
connecting tho numo of J. K. Hedge.),
thu Piatt family coachman, with thut
of Mrs, I'latt.
The pretty cuul parly given for Miss und Mrs. James Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. ( good music Is an assured fact. Miss
1 ....!.... fi..,..l ..,, H',ii4!il,i- unu iilti.inll llfirrv Miii'Tnrlnm, MIhkih Helen. ljldV Mii-vu ilrtmintlf. vnlf.i will lm llennl to
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1 d by a large number of guests. Theu ami Alice Miicfurhine, Miss MiirloiiK0,i udvuntagu and will probubly nl-
were eight tables In till und lloweis, 'Scott and Cuytaln llulilt.
palms and giccns added to the good el-'
lect of tho llag-enclosed Innul. Tim Mr. and Mrs. Alox. Scott snlled for
tlrst IiiIiIrc nrlxe, a hundsome fun. wus'Kona on Friday for n visit of sevenu
won by Mrs. Clifford High, and Hie, weeks. Mr. Scott has recently com-
iirut oeilm nrlie was n blue silk iiln ' pleled two pictures for Mr. Ilaldwln,
cushion. While tho dainty refresh-! of Maul, which Imvu been greutly ad-'... .,.,, Alll(,ricnll Federation of Cath
niertts were being Berved there wus mired. The Scotts expected to get olc socktii,,,, iu8t night nt Mlsloi
much laughter, nnd jileatnnt conversu- nwny from tho Islumls long ere this, Ial)j WUH u ,,1,, event. Several
inn 11 seems uiiuosi iiupoBsiuiu 1111 ui--count
of tho many orders and comnils
sinus ulvcn Mr. Scott.
Amoni; (lie dinners ut the Moulin on
Sunday evening was the one given by
11 net many worshippers to the popular
chinch. Dr. Sylvested is an earnest,
Tho Installation of officers and tho
fcoclal given members and their friends,
tlon. Among those jircseut weni Mrs.
Phillips, Mrs. Clifford High, .Mrs.
James Doiejherty, Mrs. Cieorgo Angus,
Mrs. Fred Angus, Misses Uuly, Helen
and Alice Mucfurlane, Misses Tllllo
Neumann, Dagmar Soreuson, Ada
Ithodes, Harrison and Violet Damon.
Mr. and Hi'rs. MtCundless, of old WjI
klkl road, gave an elaborate dinner 111
honor of .Mr. and Mrs, (Irlnbniuu on
Monday evening. On Saturday oven
Mr. John II. IIIIsh and MIbs Nituiile Unri(s. FollowliiB lilni Hlshoji Libert
Winston for Mr. und Mrs. Urlnliaiini, imM on the good each society gulneit
Miss Jessie Kauinuinn ami sir. .mc-
Inerny. Mr. ml Mrs. C. W. C. Deeilng nn and ot the good work thu united
and Mr. und Mrs. II. N. Putou enter-, wicletles wero able to do on the main
tained Messis. Cockbiirn, Jiimlesoii,' land. Ho told them thai each society
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, Ing last Miss Mudge McCundless gave Anderson and Watson. There were 0r course still retained Its own Indl-
Kunpp, Mrs TubliB, Senator and Mrs.
llulkey of Connecticut, Mr. Uirrlu
Tliurstou, and many others. Mrs.
Hutch understands dinner giving to
perfection us her friends here cun tes
tify und the table at that special din
ner was greatly udmlrcd. A tricolor
arrangement wus carried out In pink',
silver und giceu. I.u France ruses In
a low silver bowl occupied the center
of tho exquisitely appointed table, sur
lounded by a bank ot maidenhair and
from tho bowl arose tall sliver candle
sticks with pink shades beaded in sil
ver. At the corners of the table were
low silver candlesticks and silver bon
bon dishes filled with choice fruits und
the flllgiee handles were tied with
bows of stiver ribbon. Hoses In nilu
luturo formed the place cauls, and, by
by being connected with the Federu-1 touching 11 secret spVIng the menu lu
silver anil pink was revealed. The
hostess wore a white spuuglet net and
In her hair was u pink osprey.
hundred people were present.
After the Instullatlou the literary
and musical program of the evening
began. A. I). Castro, president of the
Federation, presided, pilor to which
lie delivered home well chosen re
11 most enjoyable chowder und in us
icule. Miss McCandless, who hut rc-
irntly returned from u fashionable
, boarding Bcbool lu Washington, Is rn-
cehlng much attention. She Is a
Miss McCundless is ti tull blonde.
The all-nbsorblng tonics of the duy
ether small dinners und many strung- vlduallty; but that united they could
ers present. do u great dcul more for the desired
J cause. The musical numbers rendered
A churmlug little dinner wns given after the speeches wore exceptionally
on Sunday b Mrs, A. Q. Huwes. Sr at good. Father Ulrlch's orchestra re-
pretty girl with charming manners, Is'ins Bond lu. honor of Dr. and Mrs. Lelvlng uiuch favorable comment, as
mid Is always much admired. She Is r . Humphrls. Mrs. Hawes' health, did the 'duet sung by Jtcv. Valentin
becoming quite piollcleut lu running has so much Improved that she often cud Miss Williams,
her father's motor cur, and her young-1 nees her friends III un Informal fashion Later, refreshments of a punch, Ice
cr brother Is cleverer than many nduHs and Iter dainty little diuneis and cream and cake, with cigars for the
In manipulating thu great muchlnc lunches ure much appreciated. I men, were supplied und u social hour
was enjoyed by everyone,
Mrs. Henry Taylor of Chicago, who1
ririlveil 1111 Kiiturduv nt the Moulin, was Mr. mid Mrs. Knvmonu de 11. Lav-
uio tho Ulilveislty bull, the von Huiiim j,,.,,, U(,r0ie some time ago Shu eV nrd entertained ut dinner lust evening
dnnce and the Mnidi Gins. The var- lwcta t0 lttUu t.oUagU ut the Seaside lu honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder,
loas committees of tho Mnrdl Clius me luteI ,, w,n mlm Honolulu un- Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnold Pike, tho doctor
last whipping tliliiKs Into shape, und tM M. Tnyor j0,m u.r. They then of the Ficnch ship Catlnat, und the
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...i. i ..... ,.c..m.p iiv,uu ,v uxiH!i.i tu ulll(0 ull urleutul trm
tun be expected The committees iiiu
making their dual reports, und the
boxes and decorations mo being llnal-
ly disposed of. The Queen, the King,
ctlug French Consul, Dr, Maiques,
Hoses and maidenhair ferns in gradu
ated cut class vases, formed the pretty
the malds-of-honor. the ushers, etc., gave a luncheon fur eight and on Frl
etc, ure all proficient lu their mills, day for tea. Mr. and Mrs. Grlnbaiun
Mrs. arlnbnum, who lives at the Mo
aim Hotel, has been entertaining quite table decoration
u Utile this week. Ob Tuesday she.
Mrs. Harry Ta)lor and children have
tuken the cottugu ut the Seaside Hotel
Fuucy costumes uie well on the mini iu,0 Honolulu so much Hint they come 'lutely occupied by the Highs. Dr. nnd
to perfection and all uugiirs well foi i,,.0 neurly overy winter, Mrs. drill- Mrs. High uio occupying their new
the gieat'Murdl Oras. luuin is not only un ncconipllshed mit-hlllu lu Llllha street, next thu Horf-
I slclan hut a linguist as well and she muuiis. It Is an artistic affair both
At the Mounn Hotel on Thtiisduy i,iib many friends who ure always glad lmlde and out.
evening u cnaiiuiiig uiuuei was given tl) welcome her to Hawaii nel.
j The pot trait of ex-Presldeut Dolu
Mr. ami Mrs. Conrud von Humni will he exhibited in the Promotion
liuve cauls out for an 'At Home' on Committee rooms this coming week.
by Mr. ami Mrs. Pike for Mr. ami Mrs.!
It, ile 11. La yard, Mr, and Mrs, Cllvu'
Davles and Dr. and Mrs, Humphrls. I
Tuesday eveulng ut the Young Hotel
a very agreeauie supper umi ton- ball-room. Bridge and dancing aio
versatlon party was given last Satur- (, cnrjB.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutch have been en
tertaining quite u little In Washington.
Decently they gave u very elaborato
day night by Captain Carter and Cap-!
tain Humphrey at the collage lu tho' They Bnv that Miss Drusllln Mnrx Is dinner fm- Snnninr nn,i mV, iwi,i,,a ,,
i. , . .. . - -. - - - .......
(oavai gioiiiius. Among tnoso present o become n member of the quintet Callfoinla, Senator Dillingham, Mrs,
were Mr, und Mrs. Hayes Ilrooke, Mr. u( Central Hulon. That being the case Field, nee Claus, Coinmundcr und Mrs,
Much to the sorrow of nil their
friends, Mrs. Edward Neumann and
her daughter, pietty Miss Tlllle Neu
mann will sail for Sun Francisco next
week. Miss Neumann is one of the
most jHipulur girls lu the younger set
and she will ho R-eutlv misrrd. MrB.
Hodtek, her Blitci, will alio take u
trip abroad in a few months.
Mrs. Frederic Klum.u Is still at the
Queen's Hosp'.tnl. She 'is ruiorted to
be getting on well.
Mrs. aerrlt Wilder, utter matiy
weeks nt Miss Johnson's sunltorluin
returned to her residence on Hastings
street this week She Is much better
and her fi lends are glud to uguiu greet
Mrs. Unllou, tin slster-lu-luw or Mr.
Sidney Ilullutt, is at Miss Johnson's
saultorlum suffering from u nervous
The returning Korea will bring many
pa&beugurs who ate well known, umoiig
otheis being Mr. and Mrs. Hubert At
kinson, D.-. und Mrs. Urlnckerliof, Mr.
Sidney llallou, Col. A. (J. Hawes, und
Mr. and Mrs. David Hlce of Uostou,
who expect to spend buveral mouths
Mr. liy I on uulrd ot llllo expects soon
to take a trip to tho Coast, and before
returning will go to Fori Rosccrans to
bring Mrs. Ilalrd and child home. Mrs
Ilalrd has been a guest of her sister,
Mm, Wllber, at Fort Hosecrnns for sev
eral months and Mr. Ilalrd will visit
there also. Mrs. Mary Wlddltleld Is a
visitor ut her daughter's us well. Mrs.
Wllber, by the wuy, has a second child.
Tlio Kev, Mr. Usborne and Mrs. l!s
lome expect to snll In th o Mo.iua for
Canada on April 3rd. They will also
make an extended trip to Knglund and
the Holy Land. Mr. James Cockbiirn
will soon go to Victoria to claim, his
bride, Miss King, anil he expects iijkjii
returning to Honolulu to occupy tho
At Camp McKluley one Is ulways en
tertained well, and the little dinner
given by Lieut. Case for Mr. and Mrs.
James Wilder und Puyroaster and Mrs.
Ilrooke on Siuiduy evening was no ex
ception to the rule, Mr. Kppley wus
also u. guest,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Head, who weio
guests at the Moana Hotel last scusou,
huve been In New Orleans and while
there attended the carnival. Mr. and
Mrs. Hamilton Parish, who were at
the Moana at the same tltue, are lu
The dinner which Mr. and Mrs. T.
Davles gave on Tuesday evening ut
Cralgslde was uttended among others
by Mr. and Mrs. Crehore, Mr. und Mrs.
Unymond do U. Layard, Mr. und Mrs.
Arnold Pike, MIbs Carter and Dr. Cobb.
Paymaster and Mrs. Ilrooke enter
tained at dinner on Wednesday even
ing lu honor ot the executive office, the
I paymaster and the ensigns of the "Cat
i luat." Mrs. James Wilder was asked
to meet them.
Mr. James Wilder returned from a
trip to the Volcano on Friday.
Captain and Mrs. Robert Oruliam
are giving adlnuer at the Young hotel
Mr. Frederic Hustings Is at the
Queen's Hospital for an operation. He
Is not dangerously ill,
Queen Lllluokulunl will not go to
Washington durlUK the session of tyU.
gress. Her claims huve beeu forward
ed uud placed in the bunds of lier
irleuds ut "Washington. She will, how
ever, visit Luhalna ou business. Tin.
, uate ot ner departure has not been sst
. lint uIim will ........ u.i.. . ' '
she will very likely leavo next
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