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A MOISTURE PROOF TULLE
A Knll Atoitment of Col
or including Hark
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
The Store That Keeps the Prices Down
The GENUINE KIND, made by W.
F. Read; Crentn, Fink mid Light
Blue, nt $!"" yd,
Washable. Silk and Laco Neckwear, nt Sann' Prices, nil New.
33c NECK-WEAll li.V
40c ... . '!!
sor .... :tno
00c " ... IO
75c " . . 50 rt
SALE BEGINS MONDAY M0SN1NG.
Children' anil (YiMo'
a o AT-
Beginning Monday Morning
MADE OF FINE MATERIALS, HANDSOMELY TRIMMED:
2r- AN OPPORTUNE TIME TO BUY -TJKG
LOT 1 Made of Fine Dottci Swiss, elaborately trimmed with
Valencicnne Lace and Fine Embroidery; sizes 8, 10,
12, 14 years. Regular $10.50 and $17.50
ON SALE AT .. ..SlO.oO
LOT 2 Made of Fine Dotted Swiss, Lace Yoke, trimmed with lots
of Val. Lace ani Embroidery Medallions: sizes 10,
12, 14 years. Regular price $14.50 nnd $15.50
ON SALE AT $0.50
LOT 3 Made of Fine Point D'E3nrit, elaborately trimmed with
baby ribbon; very pretty and effective; sizes 0, 10,
12 and 14 years. Regular price $9.50 and $10.50
ON SALE AT ... .$G.75
LOT 4 WHITE P. K. DRESSES, Sailor Collars, trimmed with
Cluiiy Lace; sizes 8and 10 years. Regular $0.60
ON SALE AT $1.00
White i Colored Suits
To Begin Monday Morning, March llth
This Season's bcs styles, In a variety of materials; E tons, Coat affect, Pony Suits, 3-4
length, etc., arc included in this Sale.
Unprecedented Price Gutting To Insure Quick Clearance
An oppoitunity to buy an Easter Dress nt almost half-price. This Sale should create the
keenest itltercst, as sweeping l eductions have been made on every Garment.
Qhildren mid MlHe
A new patent made over a frame. To wash Hat, open the
bows and remove from frame; vciy simple; no trouble; a fine assortment.
$3.75 Suits now - S2i50
$4.00 - 2.90
$450 - 3,25
$6.75 - 4,75
$10.00 Suits now
SEE OR SHOW WINDOW FOR PRICES AND STYLES.
Easter Mil 1 iner y
AN ELEGANT DISPLAY OF
Swell Easter Hats
Since our Opening, we have added many New, Stylish Hats of Our Own Creation. If you
haven't seen any of fie
Gage Pattern Hats
come nt once, as the assortment is growing less daily.
Lace & Embroidery
From SLOO Upwards
Children's Corded Hats
the crown buttons on; easy wash, nt 50 and 75.
Children's P.K. Mats
scalloped edge, with crown to button on, 75v upwards.
Kid, Suede and Silk,
At Popular Prices
KAYSER SILK GLOVES, double tip, 2 clasp, white, black,
pongee, gray and navy, every pair Guaranteed 05 pair
ELBOW LENGTH SILK GLOVES, white and black, douhle
tips, nil sizes $1.50 pair
White, Black, Modes nnd Prays, all sizes, every pair Guar
anted, at $1.25 pair
White Suede Gloves, elbow length, the Guaranteed kind; all
sizes $2.50 pair
DRIVING GLOVES, the MEYERS MAKE, the kind that wears
WHAT l iinii li
thlH (own Us ii soi uil
mill the Mouiiu Hold on Sunday ewn-iwho uciompunlcd li
, 1,,1,'lUK In Iioimh of Col A. (J. lluwcs of, on Ills last trip mill
111 in to tlic Oili'iit Icy, .Mix I'IIoii Weaver, Mix. K li mi
ll icmnlncd thoio, hen, .Mi h .M M, Scott, .Mm. Fiodeilc
ban Francisco was n very successful I bail n delightful ovnup. Mis. Alor- l.ure. .Mm. Ilosmcr. Mrs. Cuiiinhclt.
for women. Why should i.ffnlr. IMnk olotitiilers unil maiden- uiw lunl inner 1km.ii ul sen hofinn mill Parker. .Miss Locke. Mis. Mi.rv Ton.
mi- Ijo no behind tlic times when uurnalr made un attractive table decor- felt rather iliililiins about stalling, noy, Aim. A Francis Jmlil, Airs. Ore
Micrs, not only In the large cities 'atlun, ami tlic electric lights softly ,1, nt Is moic tlinn glad now that she Iioic, .Mih. (irluliauiu, Mis. .1. O. Car
like New York, Huston anil I'hllndel- iceilnK from amidst tlic Mowers cast .went. She Intends remaining In ci .Mih. Super, .Mih, King. Mrs. llio-
iihla hut In the smaller towns like i buoinlng Blow. The charming Iioh-jAlnnllu for some time lo conic. Mn- ilcufelt, .Miss Kntlicrlne (luiyilon,
.Miss Wenllierley. Jllss .Nellie .lililil,
lloiinliigtnn, Vt., ami Worcester. Alus-jtexs. heiiutifully drowsed In real luce jor Aloriow is on iluty In tlm l'hlllp
mi husctts, each have their dull house over soft Hat In. lookcO extremely well. pines an Judge Ailvocato.
witn tea-rooms, reaiiiiiR kniiii, siding uoneo mm scrvou on inu lanat, aim
looin, ami In many canes heil rooms Hie iniulc of the (lulntct Club nilileil
which can he hail for one nlKlit for
Why iloes not home otic Htnrt n
inou'inenl to promote this much
Of (ourso there Is the College Club.
In the enlovillent if the iruestH.
Among those piesent. besides Ilia'
r.ucst of honor Col. Ilawcs, weie Mr.!
anil Mrs. Kunil, Mr. anil .Mrs. Angus
Judge ami Mih. Fiunrls M. Ilntrh
entcitaliicil al dinner not lung since
.Mm. ('haplii, the .Misses Carter
Mm. (Jcorgo Carler'H public rccep-
i , . . . . . m. .
I'lliiie Kalanlan.iohi, Mr. und,""" ",IK oiiemicii-iiy ncany a niin
CM.ru.. MiCli,lh..i. Comina.iilor ! ,l"''1 "'"" " Wednesday nolwltll-
ilispciiscd the tea. Her II in pi re frock liees. The ralu at lust ilrove the,
v.'iik very becomliiB. It wan compoH- KuestH Imloom, where a Kiibstuutlul ten
.I or while inoiiKselalnu Hprneil w,tt Kt;rve,1l- ,'" Hjlwbeth Wlhler
wh lnk chrjHanlhemnuiH am, hiosh 'XZlX
U ecu leaves; the, belt, Just l.olow tin uies weie the SwanzyH. (lall, I'rattH,
biiHt, w.ih or tliu Hiiniu inosH-Kreun Jmhls. llltchcocltH. CisiKes. Wlhlem,
lone. Shu ihatteil with the kuchU unil Cookes, inaklii in ull a company
ami mailo hemeir vastly iKijiul.ir. Tim nearly soeiity.
imtich bowl anil tea tiibln were ciowileil I
with vlsllors nil the aflciniHiu. VloleU' Mm. Jack l.nnilcis balleil In the
ailorneil the tablex nuil u liujsii howl of Kheiimin Tor San I'r.iiulM-o. She linn
dirKantlieniuniH In the hall weie very been a K"mt al tlio Seashle.
ins Kniiilscn, Mr. tt net Mrs. ll.ivlil ! Mi"H. Kimpp. ami outuial or the
lllie. MlhH .Icssle Kaufman, cx-(!ov-
i.ml a Mimical luh, but they ilo not erinir CIcKhorn, I. lent. Ilppley, IT. S.
.; Mr. Jrossen ami Mm. Jnnics Mc-
Aim. KrunrlH (lay hns been the mo
tif fur Hovuial entertainments. She
m KtoppliiK with her cousin, MIsk
A.la IthoileH, In Nniianu iivcnuu am)
on 1'ililay n lea wim Riven by her
hohtess In her hnnrir. A musical
iiiltu meet the iciiulicnients of an
np-to-ihitc nlTnlr such as we hear
onstantly of The CoIIcro Club (
oiiRht to take Rient Interest In un uf-,
fair or this klml ami they ilouhttesa
will, when ll is called to their mi
the. All It needs Is money, much'
enthusiasm anil Good I'roiuutcrH.
AlthotiRh the Lenten Beawiu Ih up- pioRram wan llsteneil to with much
on us the KayetleH do not seem to plcasiue nnd iiiiiouk the peifoimcis
Hnckcu and nenrly every day ror the were Mih. Finnils (lay. Misses Irm
rast two weeks there have been two Rind and Klsa Schaefer, MIsh Vlnlnt
D.iinou, MIsh I.onui laukea and Mli-H
ItliodeH. Tlio tea, which was nerved
durliiK the afternoon, Ravo nn iirico
able chntiRC fioni the chit-chat which
alway aipeals lo the fair sex.
AnionR those present wore Mm. Au-
nr three ,'ilTnlrs durliiR the nfter-
i.ooiik. On Monday a delightful lit
tle bridge tea was Riven by pictty
Mrs. Aithur Wilder nee Jennie. (Uf
lard, who always entertains perfect
ly Thcro were only thiie tables
nnd a prlo was Riven for the hlRhost Riistua Kiiiidscu, Mm Krlc Kmtdhcn,
More nt each one. Mrs Hermann Mrs. Albert A font:, Mm. C ltlic, Miss
I'ocke, Mrs. It. do II. Uinnl nnd Cluipniau, Misses Sihnefer, Misses
Mrs. Charles WlRht were the winners MiHtockor. Miss Violet Dainnn, .Miss
r.nil they were Riven llohcnilaii Rlass liemi Dickson, Miss l-oriin laukea,
inses, scent bottles tied with violets. Miss D.iRinar Soreuson, and many
A delicious tea was served nt live, others.
Anions tlioso present weie Mrs. Van!
Vllot, Mis. II. du 11. I.uard, Mrs.1 Or Intoiest Is tlio followltiR fioni
Plcharil Ivors, Airs, Oeoifio Carter, the Chronicle:
Mrs Clinrles WlRht, Mrs. Hermann I Captain Flunk Morrow, II. S. Ar
I'ocke, .Miss MaiRiuet Walker. Mis.' my. (Juiirtermasiei Captain or tlm
Jlaniiey Scotl ami Mrs Marj (Sunn, transport Thomas, Is spending his
ului Is a Kiiest at the houro. iBlnne leavo with his wifo niul llttlo
daURliter In llerkeley, Mrs. Hunry
The dinner which Miss Nannie MnnoV, Ills mother, mid Major
"Winston ami Mr. John 11, IUIsh rhvu Henry .Meivuln Monow, hs hi other,
Senatois and their wives. The
Hutches have entertained extensively
ut their handsome up.n linents In
StaulclRh Coin t, and they have en
lered Into the social whirl of t lit. busy
town. They expect to teliiru to Ho
nolulu In .lime after an abseui.i uf
.Indue and Mis, Stanley entertain
ed at dinner on Tuesday evening In
honor or Doctor and Mis. lliiinphils.
Doctor mid .Mm. Wilkinson, Mr. nnd
Mm. Hiijniond do II. I.uynul, luly
lloion and Mr. James Cockbiirn. The
table, with Us many iiastiiitlums, was
most uttractlvu to the eye. The riiohIh
played luldRe after dinner. Mm.
(inrtcuhui'R's IiiIiIro luncheon on
Thursday was much nppi eclated by
thoRiusts, which liicliided Mm. Fran
cis (!a), Mis. ('aiiipbell-l'aiker, Mis.
riiiioiu iiirii .mis. uaiid. .Mts. (irlu
baiiui, Mrs. K. K. Myeis, Mis. Hock
Iiir, Mis. Audiew Fuller and Alls.
That dellRhtrul hostess, Mrs. Fran
cis M. Swaiuy riivo a tea on Mou-
day ufleniooii at nor villa In Mano.i
vulley. Thoto rccelvliiR with the
hostess weie Mis. James Castle, Mis.
Alexander Kiotl, Mis, (ioodulc and
MIsh Conlle Cnrtor. After the Ritests
in lived Mis. CiihiIo piesldcil over the
tea urn and dollcloiiH lefieslininnts
Weie Mi-toil. Aiiioiik tlio Ritests wcio
stiiuilliiR the Inclement weather.
Theio weie inatiy HtrailRoiH picscnt
who weie mlRhtlly (liken with tlio
sweet maiiuem of the hostess, and
carried away a dellRhtrul Impression
of the hospitality of the (luliermito
lint iiiiiiihIiiii. Mm. Caller was as-
:-lsleil in lecelvliiR by Mm, F. 1'uMin
HlHliop. She woiu a beautiful fiock
ot lace ami hialil embioldory nnd In
her hand was cairlcd n choice bou
quet or violets and maidenhair. Shu
made a handsome appearance and
wiih ailmlicd by nil bur riichIh. Mrs,
lllshop looked vharmliiR In a while
i lilbioldcied miillo.
The Riiests weie met at the door
by .Mm. J. Dowsott, u llno-looktUR wo
man. who piesouted tuelil to the hos
less. AmoiiR tlioso who assisted in
lookliiR arter tnu widfuie or the
Clients weie Mrs. File Kmidseii, In u
black si Ik nut over soft satin, with
lt.ee yoke, made FinpiesH fnuhluu,
which suited her perfectly; Mis. J no.
Wulei house, lookliiR sweet and dain
ty in blue; .Mrs. Alexander Lindsay,
also In pale blue, always attiiutlve;
Mm. Claienco Cooke, dainty In pink
i-iid while silk iiiusllu; Mm. Ciohoio,
In a pietty afternoon toilette of silk;
cud the Misses Alexander, who weio
lookliiR lemarhably fetching. Mis.
llollowny, in black, made a fascinat
ing nppeni mice at the punchbowl,
Mor which she picslded. Mrs, (ler
lit Wilder, wlio hns nulla locovored
fioni her icceiit Illness, looked the
! 1 1 met he. Llttlo MIsh ICIUnlieth Car
ler In it white muslin, pink sash nnd
hair ilbbons, IIIHIur back and forth,
attracted much iitlciitlou by ber youth
nnd piettluess. Aiiiour the calleis weiu
Mm. Sanford II. Dole. Mrs. O, Wnter-
hoiue, Mm. Kumlseii, Mr. mid Mm. A.
Kmidseii, Mr. Frlv Kuildseu, Mis.
Walker, Misses Alexander, Mis. Hruln-
ml Smith, Mrs. Hosiner, Miss Hone
or Massachusetts, Misses Kllhiin, Mrs.
CharlcH nice, .Mm. Sachs, Mrs. Alex.
Scott, Mm. Mackall, MIsh laukea, Mrs.
Alliens, Mrs. Wllherlle, Miss Abrnuis,
Mm. Alliums, Miss Smith, Mm. F.
(liey, .Mrs. C. II. Smith, Mrs. Iliiehaiuui,
.Mis F Wnterhouse, Mm. (lllbeit, Mrs.
Love, Mrs. A. (.owls. Miss (lleen, .Mis.
(liven, Mm. While, the Misses White,
Aim. Hobeit lowers nnd iiniuy other.!.
tl.... ,..!..!. Ill .il.l,il.Ail l.n il..lllllftll
Mr. nnd Mm. 11. F. DIIIIurIuui. gave "-' ; '-- - -
mi "at Iioiiib" ,U Ihelr beniitlful lesl- , f, , . ,., ,,,
deuce ut I'liiiahou on Thursday after
noon In honor of Air. and .Mis. Fre.ir
ifi uaiviuiiii, v.uilliilllia. I' mms n iiiiu ...i.i, ,,,.,.
Rieetis inude thu looms lovely, mid """ M"Mb'
1 1 1 n i it UMin iitnttv it flit i ill I tn tn 1 1!i't !
niesent. it was Inlended to bo a lawn1 Mru. 8. N. Custle Is seilously ill wltli
party, bill owIiir to thu lain teu was
wtvciI Indoors. Airs. ICrdman, who us
slsted her mother In lecelvliiR thu
Riiests, is soon to sail for her homo lu
the Orient. All', and Airs. Ficar knew
Honolulu lu the old days, and have
been Rieatly enluitained durliiR their
.Mr. ami Mis. Arthur HcrR are stop
plUR Willi the Aichle -Yoiiiirh on KlllR
stleet. lm. Ilei'ir who im tust re
I ho dinner which Air. nnd Mm. It. do turned fiom thu baiillorliun, wheio hIiu
11. Uiynril rhu on Wednesday evenliiR was wry III for u month, Is Blowly lull
was attemleil by Di. nnd Aim. F. II. tmely lecoverliiR. All her ft lends, aiu
Hiiinphrls, 1'iliice and I'llncesH Kiiwa- ilellRhted with thu rikhI news mid
nanakoa, Air. and Mis. C. W. Case hopu booh to see her.
DcciIiir. Dr. and .Mis. Wilkinson and
Dr. FllzReiald. Alexlian creeper Air. and Airs. Du Itul eutertulncd at
ailoined tin, exipilsltely appointed illnner on Thursday for several of the
.in-. 1..UVI 111 uvruiiiK llllllO UllllKe. IIi.iliii.il 11 iihim.
Cunls lmvo been received as lollops:
Aim. Vlctoila Wind iitiuoiiiues the inai-
iIiiro or her daughter Kcukeulaiii
reiry u. .Air. Iioneil 11, Uooth, oil
i:x-l'ieslilent Dole's portrait by Sau-
doua in tlio Promotion looms Is being
When Cnplalii Hugh Hodman passes
.iiiiiiiiay, i iu iwenty-limi or Fiibruiiry, iliniuKh liere either lu the Hongkong
one tIious.iml nine handled uud teven, .Mum or the Koieu, ho cun bo assiiied
Honolulu, 'I. II. r u lieaily welcome fiom his iituuer-
f ohm frteiulrf lien. Iln Is A trreiit Ihkii.
On Satiiiday afternoon last Mr. and lie lu Honolulu und everybody hopes
.... V..1-11UIU kuiv un uiieiuiMiii lea ut lie will reinalii over u steamer.
Sweet llonii-," for the Judd clan uud
Iheli miiueioiis uiiihIiis and limits. II Mr. anil Mrs. fi. W. Cubh Deuilnu
was a yeiy Joll) uirnlr niul Ihoioiighlv ill l tho 1'rlnco and PilncesH Kawa-
enJoK'd by the "giown lips" as well nakoa, Dr. and A.rs. F. H. Hiimihlls,
as the little ones. HiiiiiiIiir races and Dr. nnd Mrs. Wilkinson and Dr. Pin.
Raines of all Muds dear lo childish (,euild on Tuesday. They ulways glvo
Aim. Sanfo.,1 I.. Dole, Alts. Weather- picture of health and beauty as she bents ,.,, beneath iho'd Eeife'ci d,.,erS ui,d to? mX
. --. . -. i.-i . .-.. ,,i
llghtful. They also entertained last
evening in honor of Air. Jumlesou's
until t day, the guests on this occasion
being Dr. uud Aim. Hiiiujihrls, Air.
David Anderson and Air. Claude Wnt-
Tho transport hop which was given
ut thu Molina uu Thursday evening,
went on with thu snap and go ror
which that hostelry is ruinous. It was
cntliely u military uffulr, very few of
the townspeople being picscnt. Tho
olllceiH uud their wives danced unit
,i baud concert In tho jiurk, and dinner
on the luiuils. The special dinner was
voted excellent uud the hotel Is Illicit
pneumonl.i ut her Million vulley resi
lience. Shu took a inolor ride Inst
week uud contracted u serious chill,
Ironi which .she has never rallied. Her
Irlciids uud rclatiws are very tinxloiiii.
Aim. (ieorge dear was a leturiiluR
pisseuger from (he (.'oast this week
uftcr an absence or several months.
AIIsh Susan II, Iliukeushlio was cu
lei Inlued on Monday evening by thu
King's Daughters of Honolulu AIIsj
Iliokenshlru is tieasiuer for tho King's
Daughter ror Massachusetts. She
much nppicclatucl thu elToits In her
hohtiir uud exiilcsscd lieiseir as
(.harmed with thu Islands. She is on
tier way lo Korea lo visit relatives.
Perhaps no better Reiitlemuu chur
fi'tir cun bo seen un iho Wulklkl Hoad
limn Air. Alexander Yuung. ills big
motor ccr Is uunuged in u iiiuslerly
tashlon, uud he sits nt tho wheel with
great repose und ease uud chats away
lo tho one beside, him as though no
leEpoiislhlllty tested on his broad
phoiildeis. Hu lb well worth looking
nt us lie whizzes by,
Air. Shingle, who 1ms been ill for
months, will soon, wltli his mother uud
Inutlier, be thu guests of tho James
Castles ut beautiful Kuliiulu
Tho conceit which Allss Mury Adclo
Cuso gave ut tlio Ojiuia House on Alon-
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