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nVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. tt SATtmDAY, APRIL 20. 1907.
VALUES THAT CAN'T BE DUPLICATED,
AT PRESENT MARKET PRICES.
AT 91.00 Crochet Weave, a good 3-4 size.
AT $1.50 A very pood quality and large size.
AT 91.75 An extra heavy Spread, full size, Marseille
AT $2.00 Extra quality, full siso, crochet weave.
BETTER GRADES AT $2.25 $2.50 and $3.00.
Ladies New Bathing Suits
Styles for J 907
A NEW ASSORTMENT; ALL SIZES.
AT $2.75 Made of Alpaca, Sailor Collar, and nicely
AT S3.00 Made of Alpaca, low neck, trimmed with fan
AT $4.00 Made of Alpaca, extra quality, in navy blue
nnd black, trimmed with fancy braid.
AERCEL WASH CLOTHS, Knit, not woven at 5
TURKISH WASH CLOTHS, finished edge, ... -1 for 25
DINNUR-GIVINO has always
been n favorite form of enter
tainment in Honolulu, mid
hostesses lieie can vie with
unyone on thu Mainland in the perfec
tion of the art. Itecently, u dinner of
ten i ovum was given which I nmv
describe, but am under oatli not to di
vulge the names of the guests. "Tho
color scheme was yellow und white.
Wide soft ribbons wcro arranged loose
ly, wound together, and stretched from
opposite lomerB and tied In a smash
ing bis bow. Thu pule jellow llowcrs
combined with tho yellow silk crepe
(audio shades, made a fetching torn
hluntlou of color nnd shed 11 soft light
over tho dainty service, which was In
wliito and gold. A single blossom In
v.-uter colors was painted on tho place
cards, nnd at each plato were corsages
of spring (lowers, such as daisies, daf
fodils, or, what me called by that name
hcrt aud white violets. Each guest
wus In mauve, yellow, white or palo
green and theru weie no lights on thu
table or ubove except the soft glow of
the candles. The electricity was pro-
injlled from tho sldo brackets on the
wall ntul also shrouded In yellow, it
was one of the successful dinners of
tho past two weeks, so ever body said.
Tho hop at tho Scaslda Hotel oil
Thursday eveulng was characterized by
liuieh navetv and many pietty women. ,
Thu Army nnd Navy luiiiej out In full
numbers and the beautiful uioonllKiit
added to the effect. Tho Moor was vot-
nl perfect and thu oreheUru goo.l. Mr.
Fred Chinch, so 1 am told, expects to
taku charge of tho hotel next vicl., and
great results may be.expu.-U-d fnui the
genial and smiling" Fled.
Quite u large company of fi lends
turned out to say "bon oyago" to Mr.
. , .. ...III ........ ...I... u.lll.l.l 1.1
.mi .Mrs. win ihciji "" ra.reu ... grtcd bv "o'nc over the list.
thu Hongkong Maru on Wednesday for - ' ..' .,....
thu Orient. Captain Uent Invited ev- ' I.U. ..flUMBB
ri-vhody to his naioroom und the de-i-ind 1 '.vo tiioroiiglily enjoyed their
parting voyagers' health was drunk vli.lt heie. whoio many entertainments
inuny times in spaikllng flz. Mrs. ' have Loen fclve-i In their honor.
Avery's suite of looms were simply! Japane Consul-General Uyeno and
burled In lloweis. and she carried a -Mrs. Uyeno, with their fumlly and sor
largo bouquet of la Franca loses, und vantu, attracted niuc.i attention by
v.-us literally covered with cholcu lels. their picturesque nppearauco nnd
As Mr. Avery Is ono of tho managers chiumlng manners, and there were
of thu lino every nlleutloii is nlwuys beveiul Jupnue-e lu.lles on Isiurd who
nald him and It seemed on Weiliies-
lay like a private yacht, bo attentive
were tho olllcers. Mr, Acry did not
turn up until tho last minute of sail
ing und-lie refused to bedeck himself
with lei. At thu little dinner which
tho AveryB gao on Tuesday at tho
Moana hotel, ho proved himself u de
lightful host, und was quitu a leading
bjilrlt of the, evening. Among those eu
teituined wcro Captain Dent, Captain
Kilmer und Mlsa Nnnulo Winston. Mrs.
Avery muy return to Honolulu in the
near future, much to the satisfaction
of nil her friends. Among those who
wuro at the steamer to Bay "good byo"
were Col. and Mrs. George Macfarlane,
Mr. and Mrs. Hawcs, Jr., Judge Stan
ley, Ueut. Bppley, u. S. A.. Dr. Shel
don, Miss Nannla Winston, Mrs. C. W.
Case Deerlng, Captain Kilmer und
Among other departing travellers
weru Mrs. A. M. llrown and her
daughter Helen, who have been vlslt -
lug Mr. aud Mrs. McCandloss at wal-
Idkl, They expect to tour the world,
MISS EMMA ROSE
Miss Emma Rose is one of the pret
ty pills of Hawaii whose friends are
casting ballots with the purpose of
making her one of the Lucky Six to
take the Pacifio States Tour.
Miss Rose is a sister of Anna Rose.
wn0 lrmd.e Bucn a fort as the queen of
u car:lival ftt Xopeka, Kansas, some
, ,' , t. ' ,
'rarsKco. line is one of the popular
'sr!;s it the drv Roods emporium of
J3. F. Ehleis, where she is well liked
rwon? the employes and much
'ut'tiit hv the customers. Everybodj
i yn- Wits Emma Rose as a very at
fid.ve young woman, and she has
, '.rr to compete with, as will be
- . . . .. .
looked very sweet in their dainty kl
mono Altogether, It -wis it very pleas
ant leiivetakliig and in much enjoyed
by thu spectalois us the travellers.
Mr. Allan Dunn Is keeping up his
leputatlon ns a clover society actor In
Pan Frnuclwo, us tho following para
graph from tho Cluonlclo will testify:
Society will turn its attention this
Mternoon to thu liencllt tor the ban
Francisco Maternity at tho Central
Theater at J o'clock, Tho program,
which Is an elaborate one, includes
many feutmes of Interest. "Tho lie
lormer'H League," written by Mrs. I.
Lowenbcrg und dramatized by Mrs.
Klla V. Soxton, Is full of delightful sit
uatlono, as well as merit from a dra
matic standpoint. Tho cast will In
clude Miss Hilda Clough, Mine. K. To-
Jettl. Hoi den Williamson. Mrs. Phllln
Uuncioft. Miss Clough and Allan
lnunn In tho leading loles Insure Its
success, us both possess more thanlund ucucla gave u charming effect
ordinary talent. Duuu Is president
Ready To -Wear Dep't.
is strictly up-to-date; New Goods arc constantly arriving.
New Wash Skirts
STYLES FOR 1907, NOW OPEN
Materials arc Butcher Linen, Bordeaux Linen, Poplin3,
Lawns, etc. Styles art very pretty, and Prices run from
Also a lot of Sample Skirts, NO TWO ALIKE.
NEW VOILE SKIRTS
' With silk drop, in White and Black. We also have ex
tra size Skirts for large women, in Wash and Voile Skirts.
KNICKERBOCKER SHIRT WAISTS
The best tailor-made Waist, perfect fitting.
TAILORED WAISTS from $1.25 upwards.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
The Store That Keeps The Prices Down
CHATTER zL- HOME TALK a
tho Sequoia Club, and is writing a bur-
losquc on "Salome" for the Uolicmian
Club. Hoyden Williamson Is likewise
well known for his cleverness in his
trloulc'llnes arid will taku n prominent
ii.li t In tho play. A very beautiful
tcenc will be picsented by n sextet,
consisting of Mlsu llcsslo Hates, Miss
Itoinu Pnxtou, Mlsa Mabel Hogg, Miss
Kmlly Johnston, Miss Frances Stewart,
Mrs. William Sexton, Ilalph McCorm
ldf, Chnrles Norrls, Arthur Fennmore,
Harry Hunt, Knill Kchrleln, Ilamon
Iteynrtlers. Numerous rehearsals
hae brought this sextet to a point of
perfection In all lines of graceful
rythui and scenic effect. Musical feat
ures for tho day aru not to be over
looked, and vocal numbers ato to bo
orleied by Miss Helen Colbum Heath
unil Lowell D. Kcuncy, nil of whom
uru too well known to tho San Fran-
tli.co public to need special Introduc
tion, The boxes are ull sold and many
lashlonablo rattles will gather In
them, Tickets may be had at thu box
onice or at tho music stoio of Clark
Judge und Mrs. Frc.ir, who always
enteitaln w well, gave u beautiful din
ner on Tuesday evening nt their resi
dence In l'uiiahou. Ucgonlas in a Cliln
esu bowl most urtlstlcnlly decorated
tho table. Among tho guests wero Mr.
und Mrs. Aiimistus Knudsen, Mr. nnd
Mrs. James Wilder and Mr. and Mrs.
Urulnerd Smith. Tho Frcars expect
sooni to build n new house, so I am
told. Their beautiful grounds will bo
u suitable spot for an urtlstlo home
which the Freais are most certain to
Dr. und Mis. K. II. Humphrls were
Quite extensively entertained during
their brief Btoji In Chicago. Mrs. C.
W. Case Deei lug's father, Mr. llaitlett,
gavo them an elaborate and beautiful
dinner nt his hnudsoma resldenco In
Lvaustnn, where his private motor
conveyed them from tho Auditorium
to his hotibo und took them safely back
again, Mr. llaitlett Is known to have
the finest chef In Chicago and the din
ner wna voted jieifect by tho Doctor.
Darou Schllppeubock, the Itiisslau
Consul, so well known all over tho
world, also entertained them at a largo
luncheon. Thu Union has beautiful
npai intents In Chicago, where hu de
lights to enteitaln his friends. Tho
Doctor accompanied Mrs. Humphrls
to Now York, wheio shu tailed Immed
iately for Kugland, thu Doctor proceed
ing to Philadelphia to study und ob
serve tho lutest In tho mcdlcel wot Id.
One of tho most Interesting functions
of tho senium vas thu dance given Inst
evening by the olllcers aud men of the
naval training station ut verba Iluena
Island. Several hundred Invitations
weiu 'jiucd and u large number of
guests Journeyed to thu island fiom
Sun Francisco and Oakland, boats leav
ing town at 7:S0 and 8: 15 and fiom
Oakland at 8 o'clock. The dunco was
held In tho barracks, uVro u largo
loom gave uinnle space for tho danc
ers. Tim decorations, wcro very elali-
iiratn and striking. (lay bunting hung
from thu walls and garlands of greens
otSeveial lioiibu parties weie given by
the offlcets and ladles of the island,
uuu me omcera or mo 1'cnsacoia iiiso
entertained aboard ship. The ball
opened with a grand march, which whs
led by Captain James II. Dull, com-
inumhipt of tho training station, nnd
.Miss Mnrjorlo Hull. Among the guests
weie oliUei-a from the llutfulo. the Mil
naukeu und the Albatross. Thu tpwu
I'ucsts Included Mrs. Malcolm Henry,
Colonel and Mis. Stephen J. Jocelyn.
Dr. und Mrs. W. A. McEnery, Miss Mc
Dicry, Miss Murcla Kee, Mrs. Ynez
Shorh White, Miss IHbtl Shorh and
Miss Edith Metcalfe. ' Others present
weiu: Captain and Mrs. null, Miss
Dull, Wilfred LIull, Captain ami Mrs.
Arthur T. Marix, Miss Dorau, Mrs.
Flngg, Paymaster nnd Mrs. Z. W. Hey
nolds. Mis. Kate Shirley, Lleutenant-
Commnuder and Mrs. Fewcl, Mrs.
Daly, Dr. Diddle. Dr. Abeken. Dr. Slib
blnr. Lieutenant Barnes. Paymaster
lieechcr and Pa master Helmlcks.
Tho training Mallou baud furnished
excellent music for tho duuclng, which
lasted till u Into hour. Chronicle.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Drummond gavo a
dinner at tho Alexander Young on
Tuesday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Dol-
llver, Mr. und Airs. J. C. Moore, Mr. luence ot jnmes castle, usq., nro quite
Charles Mooie, Mlf.3 Grace Moore, Miss looking forward to thu course us an
II. Hooth nnd Mr. William T. Hayne. . Intellectual treat.
American Ileimty roses and maidenhair
lerns inado tho table a thing of beauty. I jir8. Mary a,llin.g exhibition of fancy
Mr. and Mrs. Drummond were through dunclng. which comos oft next Thurs
passengers In the Hongkong Maru and (lll. nlghti A))rll 2Blll , ,J(;lnB eagCrly
tho dlniitr wns coinpllnientary to bev- looked forward to. Tho tickets are
crul rcllow passongci-s. It was a thor- ow UCE sold and tho exchange ought
oughly enjoyable ufinlr. the llttlo Jn- l(, , ntlended to nt once. Tho box
teiludo between jxirts being welt up- vnn nt Wall, Nichols Co. can bo seen
preelated. i nt any time. The pupils aie ull work-
'ing veiy hard "and tho exhibition will
Tho dinner which Mr. John II. Ullss
gave nt the Moaun Hotel on Sunday
evening and ut which Miss Nannie
Winston acted as hostess, was unite
one ot the' plcasautcst of tho lust-
Lenten seuson. Tho table looked ex-
tlemely attractive with its largo ecu-
terpleco of ox-eyed daisies surrounded dance, a Witches chorus and un adapnnd Miss Helen lit own, Mrs. J. A. Mc
by pampas grass and maidenhair latlou of the "ilallet des Fiimees," audi Cnndlcss und Miss Madge McCaudlcss.
lerns. Coming from underneath tho
lerns weiu electric lights shiuuded In
green, making a cool and pleasing ef-
icct. Tho place cards weie dainty of their most cherished mcmbeis und ter llrlnckcrhot on Friday evening,
hundpalnted affairs. After dinner tho her pupils always evoko Immense Iih ICIglit covers encircled tho rose-be-guests
icpalred to tho drawing-loom, teiest. I decked table, tho silver nnd cut glass
wuere concha sough, unit personal
Hum made tho evening pass merrily.
Anion; tho guests wcro Mrs. C. W.
Ciho Deerlng, Mrs. Will AveYy, Mr.
und Mrs. A. O. Howes, Jr Lieut. Kp-
pie), l. s. A., Dr. Shehlon, Dr. Fltz
l-'ernld ami .Mr, William lilllcott Mac-
Min. A. W. Ntely gavo n very pretty
violet lunch lest week Tuesday nt her
resldenco on Pacific Heights In honor
of her sister. Miss SleIJa Pedro, of
ioiui, iiawau. iiioso nieseni wero
Mrs. ltoburt Scott. Mrs. W. Ormond.
Mrs. John W. Short, Mrs. Wultor Huport nnd Judge and Mrs. Stanley.
Drake, .Mrs. Kdward Patten, Mrs. U.I
Huframleaii, .Miss Uuffandeuu, Mrs. Dr. Mrs. George Castle and two daugu
C U. Camp, .Mrs. George Russell, Mrs. tcrs uro in London, and tho latest ad
Harold Haueou, Mrs. John Itenwick, vices aio that they may return to Ilo
Mrs. John Main, Mrs. John IJerry, Mrs. uoltilu In August. Mr. George Castle,
A. W. Noely, Mrs. Win, Pillar und Mlsa vxpecls to meet thorn in New York.
Stella Pedro. I
J. 3. McCaudlcss was the host of a
The Ijoh Angeles Tatler says: Quests Jolly party nt Halelwa last week. A
of tho Ingrnhnm hotel will bo sorry to
leant ot tho early departure of Mrs.
Ufa M. 'ihompuon nnd her sister, Miss
MurJorle Menefee, Miss Laura Hutch-
All Linen, red and blue. checks 15 yd.
COTTON HUCKABACK TOWELING, extra heavy,
15 YARDS FOR $1.00
RED DAMASK TABLE COVERS
Assorted Patterns, fringed, all- ready for use in nil sizes,
AT 00cl $1.00 $1.25 EACH.
DOTTED CURTAIN SWISS ,
30 inches wide, G YARDS FOR $1.00
FANCY CURTAIN SCRIM .
30 inches wide . 10 yd.
30 inches wide, all colors 20 yd.
SNOW FLAKE MADRAS CURTAINS
Very sheer and pretty, in red, blue, yellow and green
stripes, AT $1.50 pair
Ins. Miss Jauu Corry and Mrs. John !'.
I'cclt, who leave for New York thu first
week In April, from whence they will
nail on thu steamship Princess Irene,
lor Mediterranean ports. Tho party
will bo chaperoned by Miss dishy, und
will make an extensive tour of tho
Miss lltitihiiiB Is well known In Ho
nolulu. Tho citizens of Honolulu are certain
ty taking u deep interest In tho philo
sophical aspects of Hellglou, It ono
muy Judgo from tho numbers who luivu
Inqulicd refunding Mr. Augustus
Kliudson's Friday ovenlg course. Ac
curate icseurch In tho realm of mind
nnd courclousness is the scientific rolo
of Devotion und Is part of the duty or
every religious thinker. Wlillo not
making any claims us an Investigator,
Mr. Knudsen has studied for two years
nnd hns lectured beforo groups of
students. Tho aim of tho present
course will bo to show what value each
lellglon has been to evolving human
ity, In satisfying its questions us to
thu Herenfter. Mr. Knudsen lectures
In a particularly delightful manner and
those who wero fortunate enough to
hear him in tho Koso room nt tho ros-
ho ns high class ns ever. Tho baby
class Is ulways puitlcularly fascinating1. ...j.v ii jJ!n.. ii, ti..n
und tho Opera House is filled with I1"' wnlc" W0.UY: mulcr-le Jn" lney
laughter whenever the mites npneur.
As was stated last week thero will bo
the Maypolo dance, tho "Teddy Dears,"
tho Seasons, Indian Dunce, Spanish
it cotillion led by Iiuth Soncr and Key
uold McGrow, Society will turn out In
gient numbers for Mis. (limn Is. one
Tho -dlmior which Judgo nnd Mrs.
Stanley guvo In honor of Mr. und Mis.
I'Oister on Friday cvenlii;; last was a
dimming uffalr. Yellow was tho color
1'cheme. carried out most successfully.
Among the guests wero Dr. nnd Mrs.
I Wilkinson, Miss Anna Danfonl, Mr,
nnd Mis. Cockbtirn, Mrs. Coombe, Ad-
nilinl Very and Mr. Jamleson.
On Saturday evening Dr. nnd Mrs.
Wilkinson wero the delightful host nnd
uosiebs oi a mnner at ino jioana note .
Among thu guests were Mr. und Mrs.
rpeclal Itmeh was served on ono of tho tago wus filled with spring blossoms
ilioad Iannis ot tho hotel. Among hla'on Wednesday, was hostess of u bildgo
guests weio Mrs. F, S. Ilogdefeld nndilunch. Tho table, with Its burden of
Master liocdefeld, Mrs. A. M. Drown
MARKET PRICES HAVE ADVANCED)
BUT OUR PRICES REMAIN UNCHANGED.
ELBOW LENGTH GLACE KID GLOVES,
Black and White at $3.50 pair
ELBOW LENGTH SILK GLOVES,
Black nnd White, at $1.50 pair
ROYALE KID GLOVES, the kind that are guaranteed;
2 clasps, in Black, White, Tans nnd Grey,
at $1.25 pair
DRIVING GLOVES, the real
the kind that wears, nil
JUT AT PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT -C
24 inch LINEN LAWN N 35i and 40 yd.
30 inch LINEN LAWN fine quality G5 yd.
Extra wide, LINEN LAWN, 45 in., sheer quality. .75 yd
HANDERCHIEF LINEN, fine and sheer, from
75 yd. upward
made of good qunlity den
im, all sizes up to 12 years,
MISS ALICE GREENE
Miss Qreen's friends are gathering
votes assiduously with the hope that
the may be numbered among the
young ladies who are to make the
tour of the Pacific Coast as the
guests of the Bulletin. Miss Green
is an efficient teacher at the Central
Grammar School in this city. She
has been active in amateur theatri
cals and has n wide acquaintance. All
of her scholars are getting votes for
like her and believe one of the un
derpaid school-teachers should be re
u tt t: :t :t tt t uiutttttn n n
Ono of the prettiest dinners of tho
week wbb given by Dr. ana sirs, win
Ishlnlng well on the embroidered cover.
Pink wus tho color scheme and liar-
Imonlzed with tho color of tho host
ess' frock, which
I French cicatlou.
Governor and Mrs. George Robert Cal
ler, Mr. and Mis. Francis Swanzy und
Mr. nnd Mrs. II, It. Mncfarlauo, Br.
Mrs. Susan J, Mills, scciUury nt
Mills Institute, cabled to have loouu
reserved ot tho Young Hotel. Sho Is
expected to un Ivo on Juuo 18th,
Mr. nnd 'Mis. Archlu McKlllopof San
Francisco, mo expected to mrlvo ut
Miss Stella i'edro retained lo her
homo In Kona, Hawaii, bt tho Manna
Lou April l(th, after having spent six
weeks with her Bister, Mis. A. W.
Mis, Gaines, whoso pretty llttlo cot
cut ilowers and feins, looked lovely
cape, Meyers make ;
sizes, at $1.75 pair
made of Net, the kind that
will wash, at .
25 and 35t yd.
Among tho guests wero Mrs. Wilkin
son, Mrs. Henry Cooper, Mis. llasll
Combe, Mrs. Stanley, Mrs. Lnugu and
An Informal llttlo lunch which was.
very much enjoyed, wns given by Mrs.
Frederic Klamp on Thursday. Among
tho guests weru Mrs. Chnrles Wilder,
Mrs. ICdwIu l'nrlH,-Mrs. Maniilo Phil
lips nnd Miss Ionlso G Irani.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, who have
been guests at the Young, balled for the
Coast on Thursday, They expect lo
Mr. J. O. Carter hud u successful pre
liminary operation performed on his
eye on Thursday, He has- been quitu
blind for some tlmo mid nil hls'frlemls
are very glad to bear It will be only u
question of tlmo for him to use his
Mrs. Judd, tho inothor of Mrs. Fran
cis Swanzy, who recently arrived rrom
Kuiope, expects to remain in Honolulu
until September. Mrs. Judd is luiml
s nuer thnn over, und Bho had mini)'
callers on Monday who were delighted
t) sco her In such good heulth und
Judgo Stanley expects lo sail on
Tuesday for u trip of several months
Rev. Mr. Wadmun nnd Mrs. Wadnian
e itertnlncd nt dinner on Thursday
e.'enlng In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
1-orster. loiter they went on to thu
bop at tho Seaside, Hotel.
On Thursday evening Mr. and Sim.
L.ingo entertained at a pietty dinner
In honor of Captain and Mtu Combe,
Judge ami Mrs. Stanley, MUs (Ireggs
a. id Mr. Smith. Yellow, most nitlstle
njy carried out, was the color siheiue.
Mr. Ficdcrle. O'llrleu, thu clover
luwspapor correspondent, Is a gue3t
nt tho Alexundcr Young Hotel,
Among tho guests at tho Young nro
Ciptaln and Mrs. Plllshury, Capttilu
F.uinders and Cuptaln MMcalf. They
c :pcct to ball In tho Slbeila.
Di. and Mr a. Uluiuhard nre IMii",
l:i Old Wnlklki Road next General do
V.'ltts und near tho Smiths.
Mrs. II. W. Mist and MIjs Mlbt hao
i tunii ' i iii.i u week's visit to Hale
Mr. and Mrs. II. I). Corbett aio
Vending thu weok at Hulelwa.
Among tho guests at Hulelwa Inst
eelc were Iloprcbcntative und Mrs.
V. A. Rice, psnator and Mrs. V. A.
Cniiilscn, Mr. nnd Mrs. KiuhcIh rinv
! h id Miss Ada Rhodes.
Mr. und Mrs. II. w. Ilurroll und Mr,
aid Mis. H. A. Willis made an auto
foblle tilp to Halelwa and wero guests
t er Sunday at the Halelwa hotel.
Tho College Club is Issuing cards of
I vllatlon to a Ulithduy Party to be
luld Tuesday, May Kvu (Apill 30) at
I mis. iierinu Taylor Is but slowly
ecoverlng from her boiIoiis llluess.
Li&-jJ.aii.Jrti. w....-.fflit J&fcAiifiw,, 'iym