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A MTlUAi. Hi I 1WESS UUlHKs Si'i.UlAL I A SPECIAL IN I A SPECIAL IN
G- jd., Upiming MONDAY
Infants' Lace Socks
Wine, Black, Pink, Light Bin, fv.climl and Tan, all
sizes; 25c quality, beginning MONDAY MORN
:i PAIRS FOR ro
Double width; Colors: White, Navy
75o quality f5 yd.
beginning MONDAY MORNING.
Two styles, neatly trimmed with narrow embroidery,
or narrow lace,
50c quality UT,? beginning MONDAY MORNING
White with Black Pin Dots,
50c quality for 37'4 yard,
beginning MONDAY MORNING.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ON MONDAY MORNING we will place the balance of
GAGE'S PATTERN HATS ON SALE, at REDUCED PRICES:
there are only a few of them left so come early. Here is
an opportunity of getting a most stylish hat far below the
Come mid see our New Assortment of
Trimmed Street Hats
All New, styles that will appeal to your good taste;
prices that will appeal to your good sense: both are exactly
We are also showing: a large variety of
Children's and Misses' Trimmed Ihts
ALL ARE MODERATELY PRICED.
ir YOU WANT A TOUCH OP NEWNESS TO YOUR HOME, COME AND SEE OUR ASSORTMENT OF
Nothing Adds Moie to 'the Appearance of a Room than Pretty Lace Curtains; These Are All Direct from
the Mill, Bought Before the Recent A dvance in Prices, and Are Now Mark f d at exceptionally Low Prices.
NOTHINOHAN LACE CURTAINS
At 75 n Pair Dainty Patterns a nd 3 yaids long.
At $1 and $1.25 a pair Abetter quality, New Patterns, 3 jards long, Full Width.
At SJ51.50 a pair An exceptional good quality, sevcial patterns to select form, 3 1-2 yntds long, full width.
Made of stiong cable net, S'j yds. long, cxtia wide 1.00 PAIR
APPLIQUH NET CURTAINS
Made of strong, double-thread Cablo Net, very pretty designs in Ecru aid White, at $1.00 PAIR
BATTENBERO NET CURTAINS
Made of double thread Net, very han ds,ome designs, Ecrue, at $5.50 PAIR
ARABIAN BONNE FEMME CURTAINS
The popular Curtain of today, made of extra strong Cable Net, very handsome designs, in plain
and corded effects, at $3.75 nnd $4 .00 upw.
ECRU AND W1ITE LACE DOOR PANELS
In Pretty Designs from 50 upwards
N. S, Sachs Dry Goods Co.
New "White Goods
We have just opened a pretty line of New White Goods,
suitable for Suits, Skirts, Waists and Men's Shirtings.
Mercerized White Goods, the kind with a permanent
finish, very pretty designs, at 25 30 35 and 40d
Mercerized White Embroidered Mull, very sheer and
new, 35 d.
White Pique, fine and broad welt, at 25 yd. i
Mercerized White Pcplin, new, J!5J yd.
White Bordeaux Linen, for Suits and Skiits, 20- yd
White Cotton Crepe, at 25 yd.
Persian Lawn, sheer and fine, 251 yd.
India Linon, l6 yls. in a piece, $1.50 piece.
English Long Cloth, 12 yd. pieces, fine quality,
Victoria Lawns, 10 jd. pieces, 75 piece.
White Nainsook, 12 yd. pieces, extra fine quality, dou
ble width, $2.75. pc.
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CHATTER ZEl HOME TALK
College Day's Dinner
The Harvard men In Hawaii were
Elvcn a delightful dinner bv .Ml Junics
Wilder who was certain one ot the
most popular men In lilt cUss when n
student on Kilda) evening at his villa
at Walklkl. Crimson, of course, wad
the color scheme, and crimson carun
Jons. insildenhulr nnd asp-uagus tenia
were used lavish!) In tile decorations
Dainty bon-bon dishes of tho same
glowing color nnd irlmson candlestick
with ciliiibou shades udded to the fstun
nliiK effect ot the table. Man of the
dlblies served weie garnished with
crlniFOu leaven, nnd the whole effect
was most brilliant and a duo lom
pllment to old Harvard Speeches,
toasts and songs mndu the evening; pass
light mcrillv Mr. Wilder Is a prince
r n host and not a dull moment ob
tains where ho Is He can sing a col
lege song la u most rollicking manner
and altvavs brings down the house
whcnevei he makes a sjeech 'I here
were twenlv-two guests in nil Anion;
those invited and ptebcnt wrio .Mi. A
I' Afong, Mr It II. Anderhon, Mr. It
W Atkinson. Mr SMuej Ilnlloii, Mr i:.
H. lilnnchurd, I)r W rt Ililnckfhof,
Mr. W W Ilriiimer. 1'iofes.For W. 'I
lirlghuin, Mi Harold Cuttle. Mr. W
H. Castle. .Mr S II I)erb Mr II. I
Dillingham, Mr J I) Dole Mis S I
Krcnch. Mr A f Giltnt'is, llonomblc
A. S. Hartwell, Mr C. A Hurt veil,
Mr l I. Home, Mi U S Hoxmei, Ml
n. A Knudsen, Mi W A Loire, Ml I.
A Mott-Smlth. Ml A M Now ell. Ml
0. II. Ol.sen, Mi. (inuloi Itiml.lt . . Ii
v it smith, .Mr 11 G Sriifcr, Mi
llajmer Shurji. .Mi D I. Will lutuii.
Judg W. A. Whitlim, Mi J l Ci i
Ie. Pirthday Party
Mrs. Iliirr) lwls rtnuinbiTcd her
Mill Donald's blithdny last Kutunlit. In
inviting forty children to a pnit )!
the Seaside. It was u liitt ulglit In
wutth the games m, dear to the lieaiu.
of ihlldreu which were Indulged In
with all the enthusiasm of their teudu
Jiais. The table was set under the
trees overlooking the broad 1'cciiU ami
bnsketu of bon-bons and sweets of nil
kinds made the prettll) decorated tubls
inott attiaetivo Donald millu i.uu
taiued the dignity or his twelfth biit.i
day and did the honors with mt.cli
giacu. A number of old ones eujovod
a quiet little brlilro game while tlio
lomjilug wus kolng on, and a substan
tial tea was berved them vvhllo tho lit
tle ones weie having tlielis. Anions
them wore Mrs Van Vllct, Mrs. And
rew Tiillir. .Mrs. George Jlacfarlane,
Mrs. Schoeffel, Mrs Klamp, .Mrs. .Mnrj
Ounn and Mrs. A. M Hi own. it was
u delightful affair Ihoiotighlv oujoved
by o'd and oung
Country Club Opens
'I he opeiilug of the Countiy Club this
afternoon will be quite mi event. Tlio
beuutlful situation nnd coniiprtiible.
house must be seen to bo appreciated,
and It nukes an era In tho progression
of our country tint the time has como
when the need for an up-to-date club,
whero healthy out-door sports can he
encouraged, was so great that the cit
izens subtcrlbed for the One pleco of
property which they now possess
Uusses will tun to and" fto from the
end of thu car lino to the grounds.
Among tho lad lea who will recelvo
this afternoon nie Mrs Faxon Illshop,
Mrs J. IVCooke, Mis fieirit Wilder,
Mrs. George Cuiter, .Mis Hollow a),
Mis James Wilder. Mrs Clifford High
ii ml Mrs J. Young Tea und punch vv ill
be herved In an Infoimal manner und
v general good timo Is anticipated
A surprise part was given Mrs.
Htapy at the Kaliilaul Gill's Home hist
night. A number of Mrs Henpv's
IrleuiN had been invited to bid lit r
turowell, among Hum being the direct
ors ot the Home, .Mrs. George It. Car
ter, president. Mis. II. Watorhoiise,
vice president, Mrs V W Maefurtane,
treasurer, Mrs II M Allen, auditor;
Miss I. Pope, seaeliirv, und Mrs. C.
Du Hoi, dlrtctor During the evening
Mrs Heap was presented with two
neat traveling sult-cuset mid aim a
(arnatln-i lels Anion!- tho u Invited the lioRtrsn. 1 hr tithh wait oleaslnirlv
were Mr and Mrs. 1'ieil vliufnrlune, decoinlul with Miles und maidenhair.'
Mrs ('. W Can Dueling, Mis. llvans, Mrs Duck and lur son had us dinner1
.Mr .ml Mis A. 0. Hiiwck, Jr., Mr. guests Jlf. and Mrs George l'otter
Walters of Huv..ili, Mr. Drowning and Mrs. l'otter looking purtlculuily well
Dr ntzgcrald Mr. Scott expects to .in a ihurmlng toilette. Mrs. Ilurke has
will net week for Jupiu In the Inter-lbiil Just returned from Hawaii, wheio
csts of the Honolulu lion Woiks, undi.ho was a guest of Mis. Hkliaidsou,
Mm. Scott, It will be icncmbcicd, n3 vliltlng tho volcano and all points Or
the authoress of "Dig Game Hunting.' Interest on tho big Island Mr. and
11 KPtton fif tirllilfu ulilili fit lirt. iwl Mm Ilium,-! ivnm illiilm. Ml- itnil Mta
much attention In the bc"U nmgnzlues. Ithodes nnd there weiu man) other lit-j
.virs. sum is a nuiitriMs or uniiwii, lie ninneis wntili uiueil to Hie i;a ai
and has mniiv tmphles or I.ei skill, or I peaiume of tlio dining room,
which she is Just!) proud Sho Is it J
valued membei of tho Gun and ltlile iMoana Lunch
uiiiu in Honolulu.
Maui Poi Lunch
Tv elve covcis encircled t lie beau-
llPnll. iTniimiliiil ffil.T.i fit t l.li Ii Hi"
and Mrs Augustus Kuiidsen were host
A delightful pol luncheon was given m,d hostess or a diiinci given nl tlio
l&t.t Wednesd iv nt Wnllnltii li Um. in,mn ti..,nt .... aal..u.i... . Ani. v..i.
well flllcl purse b w.n.c of thu j.lrlSKeiKilknI in l.uuoi of Mis .1 H Hn)-i0 w'ns tho color fehin.e. vell cnrile.l
who fonnerly nude theli home with
'Hie luau which Mr and Mis. V..
M Watson ruvo on Kuiulav In con
junction with Dr. und .Mis Smith lit
the bungalow of the luttei couple, nt
old Walklkl, was u t)plcal Hawaiian
alTalr, much eno)ed by tho stinnceis,
who lasted tluil lirbt native dishes.
The table wns spread under the trees
Jinl looked mont nttradlve with Us
covciiug ot (ems and carnations, and
the deliciousl) cooked viands dlsap
pealed like magic. Hulas, und the old
i Into dances b) reveral letnlners of
ionlt), were not the least of this en
tJit ilnnieiit Mi, and Mrs. Wutsou and
Or and Mis. bmltli wcro assisted by
MNi l.tuy In looking after tho guests,
Milih tit) dl I In 11 most hospltublo
nnniicr I 1h view of tho 1'acllle In the
ilictinirii added to tho chnrin of .the
1 1 t'riL.iui suiiouudiiigs, und ever)
Ijtnlt hil c lemarakably enjo)iiblo af
tetuoon Among tliose iiresent were
liijii nnd Mrs Van Vllet, Pn master
ml Mis llrooke, 1'rlneo and l'rlncess
KnAuiuiunko.-i, Dr. uml Mrs. Hlancli-
nd, Indgo and Mrs Lindsay, Ml. and
.Mis .'evlii. Misses I-oulbu Glrurd and
Sirttn Van VlUt, Captain Clark or tho
Aiiutpoils, i'j) muster Ilodgers, Meat,
Klblue, Lieut Ji Icson, Lieut. McNuIr
ami Lieut llioiU
men wj i c.iv little lion at tlio Sea
moud und her ilmightei. Miss Violet out In coicoiisls or dlffeicnt tones,
O O O O O O O O O O O O O.niulduihnlr rernB and sellovv sliailid
iiiudlci'llcks. Mis. Augustus Kliildseu,
perfecti) dressed In u most Incoming
Unci., v.ns much admired The gucstii
liieliided Governor and Mrs Carter, Ml.
and Mrs Kile Kmiilt.cn, Judgo unit
Mis LliuUa). Ml. mid Mrs. 'lenui)
I'cck, Mrs. Kuiidsen uml Mr.) David
'ihlit)-nve Unlveislt) Club men urn)
' t lie Ir gtiists ha 1 n very Joll outlug
at Pord'u Island on Sund.i) ut the C
A Drown place. Swimming tates, goir-
l'i! and sailing loutests weiu Miiub of
the Joys or the day, and the delicious
iiiul substantial luiuli was henrtll) en-
'Jojpil. 'I lie Oladjh took many or tho
I iiUnicciu home, nllhoiigli man) re-
jturindb) train. It wus considered ono
,or the plensnntest outings ot tho )car.
..Mr James Wilder was u blight pnrttc
. ular star ot tho day, so I have been In-
lormeil, and K goes without sajlng that
I the others were not backward (n ex-
IliKselni; their relief to get nvvay rroiu
the restraints of town.
The largest and among the most
f.111 1 fMKfllt film llnlm tt til., uulf ..nu
miss royn is a nonoium gin wnosc thu "at home" give by Mi and Mis.
friends expect she will be numbered iCllve D ivies at their beuutlful resl
with the partv to take the hip to the 'Icjue, Cialt.slde," on Thursday nrtei-
nnnt nil tlio minitc nt lb ,,11. tin UbOII flOlll fOUl lllltll siX-tllllt). Ml.
KllP is a riflllirhtW of Pnl amt Mv.''""1' ri D.IV les IC'CctVCd tlicll gllCStU
tI'LI5 5 T.T!,CV5.0l;?"dJ.M"' I on the h.m.1. which Is admirably mlapt-
Mrs (ieniige Cuitir, Mis Snnrnr.' II.
Dole, Mis Wlttierlee. Miss Wltliirlee.
Mr. mid Mrs. II. V. Dllllii,ham, Judao
uml Mrs. l're.ir. Mis Krdmnn, Mr. and
Mrs. II. Marx, Mrs. Mildred Marx, Miss
Druslllir Murx, Mr. nnd Mrs, 1'. Dodge,
Mr and Mri. frauds Swanz), Mr. nnd
.Mrs C. M. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs Monta-,
gue Cooke .Mr. ami Mrs. George Cooke.
Mr nnd .Mrs Jumes Wilder. Mr. and
Mrs S. G Wilder. Mr. Gerrlt Wlldei,
M.u A l-m.,t. I j In.M Ml.,.. V..llln Imlil
...t ... . ,.,,..... uiir. oiliu u.i.i.i, ,
Mis .liidd, .vlis Kiiudseii, Mr und Mm.
AugiititiiK Kmidteii, .Mi und Mrs Kilcj
KmiiUcn, Mi nnd Mis Uliliard Ivci-n,
.ilr uml Mis Schnefer, Ml and Mrs.
Ilialneid Smith, Mrs .1. S. Walker,
y.n, Hun) Macfarluuo, Mrs rurstcr,
Mr and Mrs Cockburii, Mrs. t'slKiurne.
Iliv M .MaeklnlObb, Itev Mr Slnipso.ii
mid Mrs. Slniliiou, IIIkIioi) nnd Mrs.
Itesinrlik, MUses Itcstnrlck, 1'iof mid
Mrs. M M Scott, Miss Marlon Scolt,
MISS IRENE BOYD
James H Boyd and her friends .re , Vor'u 'c ' .art"-' rW Z 1Z
leiricn. She nttended school nt Kn. lnM . 1.......1.... ',',. ... ...... ..,..,..
' .......,, M. ...w w- - -o "- ',,.., ,, viuiillllllb UUtll Ul MIU JlllllW
"Ide hotel o'i Miiiidiij evening lii honot ahumanu and wp.3 for some time erepu ami her pltturu lint or black with
ot the 11 ft s Min.irolls, Captain teacher in the Palama Free Kinder- droopln0' reuturos suited hci perrectl).
Clatk (oinmiiidiii., Honolulu society 1 earten. She is one of the youngestiA lwITi.t leu was seivcd, (lie lurgo table
mined out It meat numbers and the t,n the list but a hustler beliiB drossed with cut ilowcrB, and
UII11 quililH club jilu)ed. Camp Mc- o O O O O O O O O O O O O f Uietty. girls pabsed Ilia delicious ro
Uliile), led b) .Majoi and Mrs Van I lieahmcnts. ono corner or tho grounda
Vllet, weie all there, and among iMakee. Mu Ita)inoiid has been ver) was a jileturesquo alcovo gti)l) draped
uuiers were nnuor ami jirs KUbseii populnr soclall) since her sojourn In in red where Japanese
ra)innstci and Mis llrooke, Dr. and Maul, and alio will bo grcatl) mlsed Inclsha glils entcrtuliiei
ium siiuiii, .mas uurve), .vir. ami .virs.
Turner, Miss Kdgerl), Mr. und Mrs
Haii) Mucfarluuo, Mr. und Mi 1. I'ah
child, Mi. and Mrs. James Scott, Misses
I.adv, Helen and Alice Macfarlano, Mr.
and Mrs. Ingram, Dr. ntzgerald, Mi
Wcller, or Knral, Miss Vuu Vllct, Col.
and Mrs Gcoige M.u failanc, and man)
One or the most delightful occasions
of the week was tho dinner given at thu
Hawaiian Hotel on Wednesday by Mr.
and MrB. James Scott Crimson carna
tions, artistically arranged with inalri
enh.ilr, made nn attractive centerpiece,
and the hand painted plnco 1 arils rep
by man) charitable organizations ns
well, or which uhc wan an active mem
entertained tho guests
with all thu charm of theli race. This
wits u jiu-lluilail) popiilur sport, uml
Ids nnd Miss L. It. Halt
Many Small Dinners
Tho Moana Hotel on Sunday evening
Had Its usual compliment of little din
nets 11 nil among tluue cnteitalnlug
weie Di und Mrs Wilkinson, whoso
Kiustb weld .Mr and Mis. Clinics Rlir.
lObcntlng figurante woto much ad- of Kauul, Miss Niinnlii Winston, Mi,
mlied I.'acli guest was decorated vvlthWultcrs, Mi Hail, und u brother ot
bei Mlsa Mal.ee lu now In Honolulu the Musts tluonged tho eutiuuco dm
but will Join her mother very roou tilling tho lattei half or tlio nftci 110011,
Huso It inch, Ulupaliikua, Among the -Mr, finest Kual'u mlmliabla oulicbtia
1'iiests were Included Mr, and Mrs H. Ipla)ed op thu lumil overlooking tho
11. Hurt, Mrs. S. Alull, Mrs T, Cum-,'' In their be:t muiiiicr throughout
inlngs, Mr und Mis. Gcoige Weight, Uio aftornoon. Over six hundred guests
Mr nnd Mis S I', L)ou, Misses Naucylcnlled during thu reception houis, und
i.nd Uttn Ciimmliigs, Mlas Cnima Dan-1 It was a rcmurkablu bight In Honolulu
to tee so man) men nt an afternoon
(unction Among tho )oung girls who
passed the rcfiejlmicnU were Misses
Elsa Schaerci, llennlo Catton, Violet
Dnmon, Lilly Pat), Kathleen Ward,
Annie Waul, Sophie Hjeioft nnd Inn
caul Schucfer. Tho (.nests incbcut In
cluded Hci Mujebty Quetn Llliuokii-
I1111I uud BUite, l'llnco and I'llniebS
Kuwanunukoa, l'rlncess Kalanlauuole,
MISS LOTTIE JORDAN
Miss Jordan is one of the Kauai
favorites for the Pacific States Tour
of the Lucky Six. She is also well
known in Honolulu, having spent last
winter in town as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Bclscr.
Mr. and Mrs. MeCimdless, Mr. and Mrs
T hurston, Mr. and Mrs Cushman, Mrs.
Andrew l'lillci, Mi und Mis. llabbltt,
Mibbctt C.utei, Messis, Haitwoll, Ml.
und Mrs. rrancls Gil), .Mi, nid Mis.
I'lstou, Miss Uluinln, Miss Ada Rhodes,
ox-Governor Clcghoiu, Mrs. James
Scott, ilr. und Mrs. D)ei, Ml and Mil..
Hall, Mis. Solum Klunc), Mlbs Maude
Klunov, Mrs Hosmci, Mi. Hosmcr, Mi
nnd Mm. Wuterhomo, Mlsces Ward,
.Mrs. Schoeffcl, Major and Mrs. Van
Vllct, Mi. and Sirs, Anhlo Young.
Miss 1). Kutli Young, Mr. and Mis. von
Hnmm, Mr aud Mrs. Charles Mice, Mr.
und Mis. Clifford Kimball, Misses An
Bus, Mrs. Krcoth, Miss Kreith, Mrs
Gaines, Mrs. Alexandei, Mis Drneat
Itoss, Di Hdward Ainiltiize, Mis Atli-
erton, Ml and Mis Clinton llnlleu-
Due, Mis lleig, JIIss Olllet, Mi nnd
Mis Illshop, Mlsbes Joidan, Mis. Hat
tomly, Prof Hilblmm, Di. nnd Mis.
Walter llilnckcrhof, Mrs. A. .1. Cump
U'll, Mi's. Charles Cooper, Mrs. Mc
Grew, tho Jupiiueiie Consul Mr Milt!
nlto, thu Chlneeo Consul Mi Chang
Tso I'an and Mrs Chang Tuo Tan, Miss
C. L Iioblnnou, Mrs. Arthur Wall. Ml.
und Mrs. Terincy Peck, Miss Kllzabctli
Campbell, Mrs. A, G. llav.es Ji, Ml.
und Mrs. Gait, Ml. mid Mrs. Gaitle),
Mi. and Mrs A. i.owis, Mrs. Uclinrl,
Miss llotiper, Mr. aud Mrs. von Holt,
Mis Mist, Mr und Mrs. II W. M. Mist,
Alls Stanley, Mm. lamz, Mrs. Cation,
Mr mid Mis. Moll Smith, Mitts Pat),
Mrs It) uoft. Mrs Smithies, Sisters ol
St. Audiews Pi lor).
Among thoso lilting awn) for tho
Hummer Is Mis. Cllffoid Wood, whu
expects to ail about June 11th for the
btius nnd Hiuopc. Dr and Mrs Wood
lmve lentol tluli I mire 011 'riimston
AveiuotoMi uml Mrs Prank Damon,
'ho will lake It for a term ot months
Mis. IIiiii) Wuleilioiibe uud MlMHtur
icoii will pmbablv letuiu f 10111 the
(Incut b) tli.it time uml occup) tin Ii
lesldeme 011 X mum 11 avenue, which'
thu lTrnk Damon's will viuale.
I wonder If over) one icallzcs tho
1111111) udviiutaKcs or the chafing ill. Ii
in 11 climate liku this! It Is so cas) lu
Invite a few pcopln In and piepnie an
appetizing dish foi 11 "little suppei,"
and we nil know that In older to get
on with tho tleinei six wo miibl "teed
the brutes " .
Sad, but too true. Tho voung gill
Just budding into womanhood will
baldly believe this, as sho Is apt to
imagine "Man ' with n capital leiur
uud n halo aioiuid his brow, but we
wiser uud perhaps sadder onea I. now
better, und thu best thing wo can do
for our own comfort Is to 11HII70 this
I tun biiro man) a homo v.otild ho
happier If the nilstrebs had oven a
slight knowledge of tho art of looker),
for It Is Indeed uu art In thoto da)S
ot progitsslon. Athcune.is, the Greek
philosopher, iixscttcd ' that nothing has
ro kwl'i fully eonlrlhiitid to Im.llll
piety into the Minis of man us good
itKil,fi," uud wo till know that a chaf
ing dish was a familiar adjunct on Hie
'ttltais of old ITcnch ehuiehes And III
tills town, wheio one's scivantu leuvu
nt a moment's notice It Is wise to have
some practical knowledge of looking,
and v Ith our long-tried file.id.lho chaf
ing dish, one can sail Ixihll) lu uml
couquei in 111 b) tickling Ills palate.
1 Mrs. Di), Hie widow of in Da),
penl some time with Mm .1 A. Glluian
i.t Walklkl bcioio sailing In tho SI
'berla for the Co.ut. .Mrs Da) has
ivvillteu some exquisite Model und tiny
'uie dcbcrvedl) popular Sho expects
nventunll) to ictuin to CIiIuiro
.Mr nnd Mrs C Holloway aro living
nt "Sweet Homo" nl the miner or
Judd stieet uml Niliuinii Avwiuc.
, Curds havu been hsued as follows'
I'lho Culle(,e Club letpiest llui plenum 0
or )our comiiaiiy nt n lllillidii) Party
on Tuesday, Mu) Uv e, S p in . Illshou
Hall, Puunlioii Dancing"
IOR N ffl
WASH, biLK ANJJ X.W. B
REDU'CED TO 10c, 15c, 20c. Former values up to 75c. j
IN SILK AND SATEEN.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAYS TOR VALUES.
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