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Mardi Gras Week Affairs
Honolulu Was Out
IP .'. : A CLEANUP SALE !
1 of ' i
ROR ONE WEEK ONLY.'
Monday Morning, February 18th.
ARVELOUS opportunity to secure extraordinary
values in WASH GOODS. Thousands of yards of
FIGURED BATISTE, LAWNS, DIMITIES, SHEER
ORGANDIES, PRINTED SWISSES, TISSUES,
FOULARDS, etc., a wealth of attractive materials and
Such great. values are these that it may seem incredible
to some, but those who have attended our SALES know and
appreciate the GREAT BARGAINS we offer.
We want to dispose of our entire stock of .FANCY
WASH GOODS to make room for an immense stock to
arrive Soon, hence the
Tremendous Cut in Prices
Avail yourself of this SALE to provide material for Jjght Summer Waists anJ Dresses.
Figured and Striped Dimities
12 J -2c quality, .
Hundcis o' Patterns to select from.
15c quality, . . 9c yd.
6 2-3c quality, . . 10c yd
In pretty designs
20c quality . . 12 l-2c yd
Extra Fine Dimities
Fine and Sheer,
Silk Mixed Wash Goods
Solid Color and Figured Voiles
20c quality, . . 12 l-2c,yd
25c quality, . . . 15c yd
In Pretty Colorings
60c quality, . . 40c yd
See Our Window Display and Note Prices
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N. I SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
' The Store That Keeps the Prices Down.
In full Force For
The Ball At The
Moana - The
Of Week.: 1
AT lust Society can fold IIh arms
nml wiilt patiently until I Win
ter for tint next groat event,
lor tlic miich-tnlkcd-of Mardl Orns
Unit grand aftiilr so" long nntlcl p:i tl
wont oft with the1 swnRger anil
bu'Iiu; which only King Carnival can
assume on much occasions, on Tucs
ilny evening nt t h Micitiii llcitol.
Tint Kllohuiia Art la'agno ran well
afford to look forward iiV'l wait with
patience, for seldom 'lias Vn wont r
Mich magnitude, with no much until
ItiK energy Involved, proved hiicIi a
grand smcofui fium every point of
Tlio Muiiiiu, Hotel lannl leading to
the ball-room was prettily draped
RULERS OF T,HE MARDI GflAS CARNIVAL
train being of led velvet trimmed
Willi vnnlni'. Upon her bond rested
a, gold crown, which aim worn most
rep.nlll. A handsomer iiioen It
with ropes of malle and greeiiB; tnltXwoiild ln hard In llnd and !( wan
where hy admirers. l.MoIr, "I'lirttan Maiden"; Mr. S. M.
'I lie Queen was mngnlliiwntly nt-j llulloii, "Student": Miss Anpa Hose,
tiled In einbioldorod whltu satin, thu '"Hawaii"; Mr. II. Wilder. "Tim Vir
ginian"; Doctor Hiimphrls, "Negro
Character"; Mm. Schaofer, "Music";
Mcssis. laivu and C. II. Cooke,
"Noah's ' Soiib": Mrs. A. Parke,
"Cook"; Mrs. W. A. Love, "Martha
palms wcii' nt either end and on the
lanal facing the noil tlft deoorntlonti
were wiy effective. The ball-room
wan a dream nt beauty. On the walls
land celling were arranged the. dale
palm leaM-H, ami thoso were Kroiiied
tOKother with Rood effect, inosiiieH
protiudliiR fioni the center. Krom
the chandelier In the center of thu
room wdii rmiR a meat hoiniuet of
Ieae8, and the masqucM Rrotemiiie
hntiRliiK fi tin their leafy nest were
ilteillve. Tim theinu iimler the mu
tic Riillery wiih In whllu and Rold,
and truly leRal In lis tiplcndor. A
fur rilR over the lalH udded to (hi)
RoriieoiiHiiess of thu decoratioux. whllu
tall palnm on either side waived tu
fctatoly piofiiHlou. The wall wiih lit
orally banked In ferns and greens.
The boxes on the opposite side of thu
room weru artistically decorated In
yellow miUHvollliiK and Rreons, ami
the windows behind, overlooliliiR the
He:i. were ilellentelv outlined In llinl-
le. The boxes Welti occupied hy Mr. I
John II. llllss, who had lis Kuests Mr
nun Mrs. D.ivld Hue, Miss Jessie
Kiiiifmanii, Miss Nannie Wlnsttm and
Col. A. (!. Ilnwes of Han Francisco.
Other box holders were Col. S. M. Pin
ker mid Mrs. Parker, Mm. Henry
'lay lor of CIiIciiro, Mr. Alexander
Voiiiir, Mr Paul IscnherR, Mis. Hoi
lowny, Mis. Illaku, Mr. and Mrs. It.
N". Pnton, Mr. Francis Guy, Mr, Hock
Iiir, Mr. Abram niul Mr. Wood of
Minnesota, anil Mrs. Knudsen. AmoiiR
the beautiful toilettes noticed In tho
boxes were thoso worn hy Mrs. Frau
ds Gay, Mis. D.ivld like, Mrs. Audrey
llohliison, Mrs. Klstou, Miss llertha
Voiiiir, Mrs. von lliinun, Miss Win-
(he.ndiiilred of tho admired on lnei
Dm lor (icorRo llerbelt made a
ftately KIiir and Ills eilstiinie was a
white (atln k
WashliiKtoii"; Captain Humphrey,
"Hallor"; Mrs. M. Phillips, "Clown";
Mrs. Nettle Itobeson, "Norway Peas
ant"; Miss JoMephluu du rArtlgue,
Napoleon, and was loiiiposeil ofj "reeiau i.in ; nusi r.isn ociuieier,
(atln knee breeches, silken nier nyiiipu i mm. v.m Aver,,
h.m... ci'.!Ti of .-! eUet. a hro.ul silk fress, repiosoimnR uie Aaver-
ImniKof led and white drapery, tlm! '". ,l"'Sil "r wl'" BaU wltl1 an
orders upon his breast, u pltlur
osquir coslutiie Well en I lied out
With thu Klnc ami queen upon tho
.. i r... !... Mr J'll1. ' '""K lutteis,
llllllltTUlltl1lllUf.lKlltlll.,l ,i,vi,,......i, . .. . K.t...
,, , , . ..,,, , ,i ' purs, k asnes ami uosiery. mini r.
Miir.li fiml Iimiii1i.iI 111 llnl'illli'. the ' " V
,, , . ; , " ...' y.i ,i. Ittwe, "Pink Itoses"; Miss Mill
niliniei III l.l'li-llliillli-'. ijiiiuii. ii-ii in 'i ., , ,, ... ,. . ,,,,
. ., . .i . i. .i . lliltleills ; Miss Drelei, "K
iouu, crow. ......... ..... ,..... -. slrB Uo))KUi MlH(
mo iiiarcn. Aim wi.ai u Kay ,ir..cc- Mlya ,.,
Bltiu It was! lOinpIre ladles, (l)psles,
ludlniis, Cowboys, Cleopatias Dianas,
Japanese women, Chinese Mamlailns,
Clowns, MarRiierltes. Waler
Nymphs, Polo (llrls. Naiads, Greek
maidens. Hats, iimilc tiuisiiups, Auro
ins, Tllnnln, MooiillRht, Snow, Win
ter, l.lttle Heil-ltlilliiR Hood, Devils,
Monks, Peasants,' KKyptlans, Noble
men, Poles, Mllkuinlds, Counts, all
made up an IncoiiRruoiis set, which
mill died 'and double-inarched to thu
music of the Kills Quintet Club. Fin
ally the KIiir anil JJnenn weiu iiriiIii
nenlC.il "ii thu mined dais and the
KliiR'nindn a speech to Ills willliiK
ubjeits and hadu them "lie Rity;
join inthu revels. Let in t I li rclRn"
-and the fun began In Rood earnest.
Mr. HeiRor mid his excellent baud
plajeil In the md while the Riiesta
weru asKcniblliiR. AmonK tho costumes
not lied were the followliiR; Pllncess
Kawmiunakon, white Hitiu and lace
IniRt) "plcturo lint; Mis. C.
W Cnsu DeerliiR, "Hat," rowii of
thick riiiim) made over black satin,
stou, Miss Jessie Kuufiunn, Mis. , the wIiirs of blacl: whnluboiiu cover-
Campbell-Parker, Mis. Anderson, Mrs.
Taylor, Mrs. Hollowny, Mrs. AuRiistun
Knudsen, Mrs. Uric Knudsen, Mis.
Knudsen, Mrs. Wood.
On the two sides of thu ball-room
weie settees and chairs several feet
deep, which were lined with specta
tor. AmoiiR them weru noticed Mia.
:'rancls Swanzy in a beautiful empire
frnrlwof whlto satin, Mrs. (Ichiro
(Smithies In old-ioso satin spuuRled
In black laco, Miss Nellie Judd in
deep led silk velvet en train, Mis.
Walter Hoffman In whltu silk with
raie old lace bertha, Miss Waterman
In white moiissellue do sole, Mis.
GeoiRu Miicfai lane In black satin and
laco becomliiRly bcspaiiRled, weie
noticed Ioiik before the entrance of
the KIiir and Queen of the Carnival.
Pioluptly at ! : :I0 was beard tho
trumpet aniioiiueliiR tho arrival of
thu KIiir and Queen of thu Carnival,
and then came the Pleirots, who
made a path HiioiirIi tho IniiRbliiR
crowd for thu profession which was
headed hy Mr. James Wilder, master
of ceremonies, who announced thu
approach of thu KIiir and Queen. All
ii)os weru eenleied upon handsomu
l.iniia lauken, who with her KIiir
slatuty Doctor Gcoiru Herbert and
attended hy thu panes, Mustuis Hoy-
noiu .Mei.rnw aim ivau uialiani, per'
oil with Rnuze, headdrcs's of bat
wIiirs, black satin slippers, black silk
hosiery, black rIiisscs; Mrs. F. II.
Iliimphrls, "Paris Doll," pale blue
nllk muslin under fichu, htirlilo ties,
larRO plctiiiu hat of fichu blue tied
with blue bow undergone ear, whlto
bend necklace, head bracelets; Mrs.
W, M Graham, "Fi Utility," red-cos.
liinin with tho slcovcii gf wfilte, a
star on forehead; Mis. Aithur Wall.
"IIiIiIru Whist"; Mr. O. A. llrown,
uniform of an offleer In Kins Kiiln
kaua's rolRii, 11 waa very complete
mid his breast ellttcrcd with onleis;
he hud on a mask face, tho nose up
wind and his moustache was Htltf
with paste; it was a perfect dlsRUlse.
Mis, James Wilder woiu tho most
strlkliiR lostuino In tho loom. It was
chick In tho extreme'. Hhe was
"lllacK and White." one-half beliiR
while, the oilier blai:i. One sldu of
her head was white, the other black.
Kan moid one wlille slipper and stock
I m; ami ouu black. DiKdor FltzRur
aid, While Indian Sikh; facu whiten
ed mid the costume white from head
to fool; upon the tin ban lasted a
clasp ot Ivory. Mr. S. Walker, Charles
II, knte hiceches of black velvet,
coat of led velvet, perfect In detail,
Mr. Ilariy Wilder, "Cubby"; Mrs.
Samuel Johnson, "Cow GUI"
Kcctly turned out, and thu ladles-lu- Sclmefer, "Cameo"; Miss Muriel
waiting Misses Violet PoiiuiH, Grace Campbull, Fiench Doll In whlto wllh
MouluRiiu Cooke and Mabel Pond wlille picture hat, Miss. Agnes llu-
nttlied In com t empire Rowus of pink chaiian, "FemliiK (III I". Stx Iteil
mid ruse sain, trimmed with old loan Devils with stiideuls. Mis. Itaiiney
point lace and lookluK very beautiful Seott,, Mis. Ulilianl Iveis, Mis." Ar-
--weru attendliiR to the Queen with tliur Wilder, Mrs. J. 8. Wilder, Mrs.
I ill I the pomp mid ceicmony necessaiy (Ihiiro Potter ami MIsu Marlon 8(0(1,
forthe occasion. Mr. Geoigo P. ,"l.lttle Hed UIiIIiir Hood"; Mrs.
(Cooke, thi Court Jester, Biistaliied his Iln)es lluike, "Sailor"; Mr, llayei
part with the wit mid aplomb itn llurke, Mr. Gcoiru An nun, "Count";
j which ho Is Justly fainud Ills Rath Mr Spencer lllckeiton, "(iooiRu
(0f cap and bells -and tlm Bar- WabhliiRton", Miss Couutnnce Hcs
, iloulo leer which hu threw Into tho tmlclc, "Clcopatia"; Miss Kdnionds,
I faces of thu spectators caused great "Spanish Peasant"; Mr, S, II. Dei by,
i laughter and fun, Mr. Itlchaid "Policeman"; School-Rlrls; Mis. 13,
! Cooke as Frivolity was In red and tho A. Doutliltt, Misses Deo; Mr, Harry
case mid agility which ho dlsplnjcd Simpson, "llottlo of ChnnipaRiiu";
I In his wonderful antics tickled thu Mis. Ilaiigh, "llutlorlly"; Mr, K. A,
'ciowd, anil lie wus folloved every-1 Doutliltt, "Puter Pan"; Miss Fanny
t ill t Ion of, the paper printed iITT tho
gown, cockade hat ot black with
hlark ltlll, white ribbon with "Tho
"Courtier," ''Colonial Dame" and
"Flounced Muslin"; Mrs. (leiirge
Ctxike. "Chinese l.aily of thu Highest
There weru so many Handsome cos
tumes on thu tliMir that It was almost
Impossible lo descilhe them hud only
u fuw sent In the descilptlou of their
Thu (oinmlttea that awaided the
prizes, (onslstiiiR of Mrs. ltaymonil do
II. I.a)aid, Mrs. Ileiinan Focke, Mm.
K. F. Hlshop mid Mrs. Harry Macfar
Imie beautifully dressod and sitting
Just beneath thu tiers of boxes on the
floor, assisted liy )Mr. D, Howard
Hitchcock and Captain Caitur, made
their decisions Just before supper,
mid Mr. Jnmes Wilder, master of cer
emonies, mounted the throne and be
stowed them upon the following with
many witty remarks mid sly Jibes,
which provoked tho laughter of the
Mrs. Charles ChlllliiRWortli was
awarded tho prize, for thu handsom
est lady's costume. It was the sump
tuous 'gown of it .Tapaneso lady of
rank, with goi genus gold embroidery
thltkly lucrusted and rluii with tho
luring silk threads which tho Japan
ese so skillfully weave. Mrs. Chll
llngwnrth looked very handsome In
Mr. At J. Illackman received the
first man's prize for thu handsomest
costume. Ho wiih diesseilin the court
costume of a Dalmiro of thu sixteenth
century. It was of cold-wrought
doth, heavy In texture, mid thick
with tho wonderful emlnoldery. The
filial was made up with Japanese pig
ments eoneet In every detail. The
head-dicss was magnificent and tho
whole iiistumo rich liej'ond descrip
tion. Thu prize for thu comic costume
was given Mrs. Hurley Wnlty and
shu ropiesunted a gieut Whllu rooster.
It was a masterplecu of art and high
ly Ingenious. How she managed to
walk was a marvel.
Thu man's pjlzu for the most comic
costume was given tu Mr. W. Ohil
llngworth ns "Hklildoo 83," Tho
tremendously largo head was very
Mis. W. W. linn Is rjcelvod tho
prize, for originality of costume. Shu
was il mused as "Columbia," nmde up
of sisal. Tho heialdle. designs weru
of sisal mid it was a very1 striking af
Mr. Ifany Davidson received tho
prize for the bent-sustained man's
part. Ho wns drosRod as u Hobo and
acted and looked the paif to perfec
tion.' Ills delapldated trousers bag
ged at tho knee, his nwTul shoes, tho
well-worn derby hat and battered
nilt-cnsu were as natural as life.
Tho pi le for the beat-sustained
woman's chaiactor was awaided Mrs.
A. G. Hawes Jr. Sho waa diessed In
a pilncess guwu of whltu satin print
ed with an edition of tho Evening
Hiillutlu. On "or powdoied hair rest
ed a black cockade lint with a whlto
ilbbou ncioss' Its surface tolling In
bjack letters "'llie Press." lllack
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