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EVCN'INO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II , SATURDAY, TEn IB. 1908
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The response to the attractions of this Sale has induced us
continue it. It's the Selling Event of the Season
Full length, splendid protection for
evening wear: cardinal, old rose,
cream, nnd black.
$12.75 CAPES, 9-1.00.
Full length. $18 50 CAPES ?9.50.
Brown Linen Skirts
$2 50 SKIRTS $1.25
$2 75 " .. $1.50
$150 " $2.50
$100 SKIRTS .. $2.00
$4 25 " $:i.oo
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
White Dress Skirts
WE are offering yon this week Mer
cliandise'of the best quality at BIG
DISCOUNTS in price in order to
off cot a quiok clearance of goods. Here are
the goods and low prices.
Infants and Childrens
Infants' silk nnd wool vests, extra
fine. $1.50 vests at !)(.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Children's extra fine India Gauze
Vests, 50c and 55c quality, 35 ea.
10 quality 5 each
12 l-2o quality for 25
All Colors; Yard Wide.
25c quality 20 a yd.
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO. Ltd.
The Store with the MoneybacR Policy
BROKEN LOTS OF
Suede Kid Gloves White Kid Gloves
In Black, All Sizes
$3.50 GLOVES $2.00 a pair
2- and 4-button lengths.
Sizes, 5 3-4, 0 3-4, 7, 7 1-4, 7 1-2.
$1.50 GLOVES 00 a pair
White Shirt Waists
At After-Inventory Prices. All
good, durable styles, mostly Lingerie.
$1.25 WAISTS 80i
$1.50 " 95
$2.00 " $1.-10
$2.25 " $1.00
$2.75 " $1.00
$3.75 " $2.00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Black, Navy, White, Cream, and Grey
15c quality G a yaid
Pink Bath Mats
75c quality 50
Colored Shirt Waists
Values up to $2.00 at 50 each.
s. SOCIAL CHATTER hsbli HOME TALK
oNOi.ti.r iii.it imir.i sta
tion between tlie 13.nt anil
the West. linB been nlwuvs a
resting-place fur man) ill-1
tlngulshed people, lr. our I
midst nt the piosent time It
Klin Wheeler Vllco that poetess
wild plnvs upon the heart-strings (
human pasiluti with a mire nnd un
erring touch, vvhdse sympathies are
brand, whose alma aro uplifting, nnd
who tins done all In her power, nnd
Kit en of her best for poor humanlt).
Of all her poems perhaps "Laugh nnd
the World Laughs With You, Weep,
nnd You Wiep Alone" Is one of tho
most widely known, nnd thnt lovely
poem for children, "Tho llcnutlful
Land of Nod.' who does not Know
It? And the grand old poem which
this woman or genius wroto so long
"Lot mo lean hard upon tho IHernnl
In all earth's devious wajs I sought
And found It not. I will ho strong,
And lean upon myself. 1 will nut
And Importune all Heaen with m)
Hut now m strength falls, nnd I
fnll, I faint;
Let me lean hard.
Let me lean hard upon the unfail
1 said I will wallc on nnd fear no
'J ho sp'irlc dlvlno within my soul
The upward pathway where my feet
Hut now tho heights to which I
Aro lost In clouds. I stumble nnd
Let me lcnn hnnt
Let mo lean himler yet. Thnt
Which speeds tho solar systems on
Can take, unfclt, the huiden of my
Which bears mo to the dust and
hurts mo so,
I thought, my strength enough for
Hut, lo! I sink beneath my soi row's
Let me loan linrd."
A prett llttlo dinner was given
on Sunday evening by Doctm and
Mrs. Coopei. Ulceus iirtlsticnlly
grouped, graced the table The
guests Included Ml. and Mrs. Her
man I'ocko, Miss Nannie Winston,
Dr. Cofer. Ml Stacknhle, Mr, Stock
man. A wedding which possessed gient
interest for Honolulu was that of
Miss Ada M. Coster and Mr. Robert
Hudland Hodo, which occurred at St.
Andrew's on Tuesday at 4 o'clock
The ceromony was performed by tho
Might HoV. Hlsliop Rostnrlck und the
bride was given Into tho keeping or
tho Broom by Mr. John M McKln-
uell. Mrs. S, C Damon was matron-
of-honor and Mr. David Anderson
best man. Tho Hawaiian band, un
der the direction uf Captain JJerecr,
plated the Lohengrin march and the
Cathedral choir, assisted by tho Pil
or) gills sang a lijnin most swect
1) A h inn was also sung while
tho register was being signed, nnd
the gland strains of tho march from
Midsummer's Night Dream burst
lorth ns tho bride and groom passed
down the aisle. Tho bride wore a
handsome fiock of whlto satin nnd
die carried n bouquot uf white roses
with tin rosebuds knotted Into the
ends She looked charming, and has
made man) friends during her short
visit here Mr. nnd Mrs. Uode de
parted for Halclwa, where tho honey
moon Is being spent A shower of
rice descended upon their heads as
they took tho carriage which convo)
ed them to tho station, nnd the good
will of nil present departed with
them. Those present Included Mrs.
S. M. Damon, Mrs II II. Hestnrlck.
President and Mrs. Griffiths, Mr nnd
Mrs. Paul Iscnberg, Uev. nnd Mrs. J.
W. Wild man, Uev nnd Mrs. llllss,
Uev. I:. T. Simpson, Uev. A. C. Hall,
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Mooro, Mr. and
Mrs. L Kopko, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
L. Hhodes, Miss Illalr, Mis DnughiR9,
Mr. nnd Mrs KiiinU Damon, Dr. and
Mis. C. II. Cooper, Mr. A. J. Hlnck
man. A large and Interested audience
witnessed "The Squaw Man" on
Tuesday night at tho Orpheum, In
ono box was seen Mr. nnd Mis. Hob
ert Wilcox (Kiln Wheeler Wilcox),
Princess Ktiwnnnnukon, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. W. C. Deerliig, Mrs. Ilawes and
MIfcs Nancy Winston. Mrs. Wilcox,
b) the vvii), siw tho Initial perform
unco of "The Squaw Man" In Now
York, when Fuverslinw took tho
leading part It Is by far one of tho
best pla)s tho company nt the Or
pheum bus put on, the parts nil bo
lug well acted.
Mrs. C. Iledeninnn, who has been
eiy ill for the past two weoks, Is
able to sit up tho greater part of tho
day. Her Illness has caused hor
friends great anxiety unci many en
tertainments nt which Blie wns to
havo been tho gucst-of-honor have
Mrs Annn (Ireen, who recently
passed away, was n guest for several
yenis tit tho Mo.uia Hotel and when
she wns able to ho wheeled In her
cliiilr she was ulwajs mm rounded by
u cnterlo of fi lends who enjoyed tho
bright conversation of tho invalid
She look a wonderful Interest In lifo
and was n great render Her looms
were nlwa)s bright with flowers and
her apartment qulto n Mecca for tho
Inmates of tho hotel. Sho will bo
greatly missed by a largo clrclo of
Among thoso sailing for tho Vol
cano this week woro Former Lieuten
ant Governor of California Alden An
derson anil his wifo nnd Mr. nnd Mrs.
P C Rossi and child. Mr Rossi Is
tho piekldent of tho Itnllan-Swlss
Colon) vineyards. J. C Cohen, who
is tho local icprcscntntlvo of Mr.
Hossl s company, will accompany
them. C Schilling and wlfo nro oth-
ei Volcano visitors. They uro prom
inent Sau Francisco people The oth
er Volcano visitors nro Mrs. L T.
Simpson, Miss Barnard, T. It. llar
nnrd, F Uodnian, Mrs, Hideout, Mrs.
Potter, Miss Onice Wood, Miss Agnes
Wood, Mrs. A. C Amnions nnd Mrs.
H. W. L'liimons.
Mr. nnd Mis. Houike Cochran of
Washington. D C, gave a most olab
oiato and beautiful dliinci not long
since, Mrs. Cochran (nee Annie
Idc) Is vcr) well known here. Among
the guests present were Mr. and Mr
Docket Parsons (Mrs. Parsons wns
nco L'lslo Clows), Mr. and MrB. Win
throp, Captain and Mrs. Ilulvcr, Mr.
and Mrs. Pullman, Mr. and Mrs,
O'Connor (Mr O'Connor Is tho well
known member of Parliament), Mrs.
Cadwalndcr, Mr. Ilonnp.irlo (Attoi
ney Cenciul), Dr Lacy, and Mi. and
Mrs. r. M. Hatch.
Mi and Mrs. F M. Hatch, who are
giving a series of dinners nt their
npnrtinents In Stonelelgh Court, en
tertained for Mrs. Harold Sewall a
few weeks ago. Bridge, of courro,
was plnved and Ijio guests included
Senator and Mrs. Clark, Justice nnd
Mrs. Stafford, Representative, nnd
Mrs. Davison, Representative Capon,
General and Mrs. Hlllott.
Mrs. James Low and Mrs. Mntscu
are guests at the Young Hotel.
Tho dinner which Consul Gcncinl
Mlkl Snlto and Mnnager Y, Alcul guvo
nt tho Mochlzukl club on Tucsda)
evening was it laigo and grand nffnlr.
Covers vvero Inlcl for ono hundred
guests, and piosent Included tho coin
meiclnl and piofosslonal world. The
birthday celebration was in lumur of
tho first Rmpeior of Japan,
On Saturday ovcnlng Miss Mnbol N
Taylor wits hostebs of n pretty birth
day party. Pedro was tho gamo
which occupied tho guests nnd 11 vo
tables wcio set on tho lannl. Pink bo-
woro a confection of cream tullo trim
med with scarlet, a most ettectlvo
dress Tho prizes were won bv MrB.
McStockcr nnd Mr. Arthur Wall. They
wcro a vaso ami a silver card caso.
ColTeo, sandwiches, Ices, cakes nnd
punch mndu an agreeable ending to a
pleasant evening. Among those pres
ent wcro tho Hon. Henry 13. Cooper
nnd Mrs Cooper, I)r nnd Mrs. Harvey
Murru), Mr. find Mrs.Arthur Wall,
Mr. and Mrs McStockef, Captain nnd
Mrs. Wndliam, Mr. and Mrs. Halstcnd.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lewis, Mr. und Mrs.
dailies. Mr nnd Mrs. Sachs, Mr. und
.Airs. M Phillips, Mr. nnd Mrs. Han
ncberg. Mr. mult Mrs. Frank Richard
foii. Mi and Mm. W. Drown, Mr. and
Mis Mvcrs, Mr.' Kdniund Dulscnberg,
Mr. and Mis. Haves, Mr. und Mrs,
Mis.-Archlo Young's brldgo tei on
Wednesday lu hour of Mrs. John Mc
Clcllau was a most cnjoynhlo affair.
Cut How em and ferns made tho rooms
fragrant. There weio chnrniliiBl)
framed water colors for tho highest
score nt each table, and those who
departed with them woro Mis Arthur
Wilder, Mis Harry Lewis, Miss Hani
uwny, Mrs Lackland, Mrs M. Phil
lips cut nnd won tho consolation prize.
Ono of tho prettiest lunches of the
week was given by Mrs. W. O. Smith
on Wcdnesda) In honr of Mrs. Grin
latum nnd Miss Mary Alexander. A
tcnterplcco of Dresden china filled
with double cai nations of pink, white
nnd dink red, wns most effective.
Double Inlet corsages wero nt each
plnco nnd tho dainty enrds completed
a tout ensemble much ndmlied Among
those present weio Mrs. P. C. Jones,
Mrs. A rullor. Mis. W. D Alexander,
Mrs. Dickey, Mrs, J. O. Cniter.
Cards havo been received as fol
Alcrti? Temple. Ancient Arabic Order
Nobles or tho J )al " r'rlno, iccpiests
tho plcasiue of you r mipany nt a
gonlns, lavender nsteis and potted , Hall on I'rldn) evening, Kebruaiy
plants artistically decorated tho IvventHlist, n icti 1 l.unliod and
loins. Tho guests Included Misses light. Mount I'Jtel, 'jIK a, nt nine
Ireno Hnjil, niully nnd llentrlco Tay- o'clock.
lor. Lily Williams. MukkIo Williams. .
riora Chnlney, Illossoiu Moutu. Mr. I Tickets for tlu Kllohana Art Leaguo
Alnpunl Ilojil. Wllllo Til) lor, David theatrical ovonl.ig will bo for biilo at
Desha and many others.
Delicate feniB embedded In low sil
ver Jardenlcies, fine clilnn nnd glass,
Valentino plnco ranis of spilng blos
soms, n delicious menu daintily turved,
leal Southern mint Julep In
glasses, mado tho luncheon given by ho neted by Mrs. McLennnn, Missile
Mis. Sidney Hnllcni In honor of hor, Lain, Miss Waldron, Miss R Hell,
sister, Mrs. Turner, n distinct success Miss ArleUh, Mr. Goorgo Potter, Mi
on Weduesdu) Among tho other Jordan, : Mi William Warren und Mr,
Wall, Nlehola Co. nt 9 o'clock on Mon
day tho 17th. Tho "Dolly Dialogues'
which Dr. Hiiinphrls arranged for Iho
ttage some tlmcy'ngo In London, will
ho acted b) Di mid Mrs. Huinphils
as a cm tain raiser, and "Arabian
tall ! Nlghth" n most amusing comedy, will
KUCbts woro AIis. Ralph Forstor, Mrs,
F, I low aid Huinphils, Mrs. Head, a
handsome stranger spending tho will
tor hero, Mib Whitney, Miss Ilurnotto,
Mrs. Hnvves, Jr.
Mr. and MrB. C. Hrown gave u do
Of much Interest is tho following
dipping from tho nuffulo Illustintod
Of uniiMinl Interest, culturo nnd re
finement mo Mr. lMgnr P. Nowconib
llghtful bildgo ovcnlng nt tho Picas- and bin slbter, Mrs. Sarah Nowconib,
nnton on Wednesday. Tho irlvatu din
lug room was a most ngrceablo card
lorn, and tho trailing blossoms of tho
coral vino decorated tho sldeboaid
with nrtUtlc effect. Mnrguorltes In
cut glass bowls mado beauty spots cm
who have for soveral )ears been trail
Mont residents of Huffalo. Mr. Nuw
comb Is nn architect of iinusunl alill
Ity, nnd the handsomo buildings ho
has designed In many of tho largo
cities of the country stand as innnii-
,- tables and wiudovvseats. Mrs. Hrown ments to his artistic achievements
and genius. Just nt present he Is su
perintendlug tho handsome Interior
r.ltcratlons that aro being mado at
Trinity Church In Delaware Avenuo
He lias traveled much, and for sov
eral years lie was a member of tho
urtlstB' colony In PnrlH,(whero ho had
tho opportunity to study tho works
and Ideas of tho old ns well ns tho
now masters In tho art of designing.
Ho has natural adaptability for tho
work, ns he has demonstrated In his
artistic conceptions. Ho is a cloco
observer, a brilliant conversationalist,
end his Journeys lu foreign lands havo
deepened and broadened his life, and
the charming personality of tho limn
Is in evidence In IiIb every word and
eel Ion. With his Bister, he Bpcnt sev
eral .vcars In Hawaii and his tlescrlp
Hon of that island possession of Uncle
Sum Is u pleasure to llBtcn to. I
would Biiggest to Mr Scvernnco of tho
Huffalo Historical Society, that ho ea
gago Mr New comb to glvo n talk on
"Hawaii" dining tho coming season,
for I am stiro he would please, Inter
est ami delight all who might bo for
tunute enough to bear him speak. He
has written a number of charming
bits or poetry, which ho has sot to
music, another genuine in oof of his
highly artistic temperament. Hlfl sis
ler Ib the author of several Interesting
btorlcs, in which sho displays a re
markable insight Into tho various
phases and characteristics of life. Sho
Ik a woman of culturo, nnd thoso who
enjoy the pleasure of their acquaint
unco uro Indeed fortunate.
Do not foiget tho garden fetu In aid
of tho Palama Settlement wink and
pmo milk depot on the Low icy
crounds this afternoon. Thero will bo
evci.vthlng to delight the eo ns well
ns tickle the palute, and plouso tho
onr. If Honolulu wishes to bo nmiibed
let it sail) foith to tho Lowroy mounds
this afternoon. Tho feto will con
tlnuo from two until six o'clock. Tea
Hid light refreshments are to bo
sorted, and a muslcnl piogram of II
Initiated songs, nrrnngod by Mrs.
Ituinphrls, can bo listened to. You
can have your palm read for only
twenty-flvo cents, nnd there nro cither
joys of which tho half has not been
A very successful xnlcnllno bridge
party was given last evening by Mr,
nnd Mrs. Francia M. Swanzy. .Flow
ers wero nvv anted as prizes for tho
two highest scores, and a sumptuous
nipper was served bofoio tho oVonlng
ended Tho red brldgo scores woro
heart shaped. Among tho guests wcro
Goveiuoi and MrB. Gcorgo Caitcr, Mr.
end Mrs. Stiong, Mr and Mrs. Ulack'
man, Di. and Mrs. F. II. Humphrls,
Mr nnd Mrs. Ernest Mott-Smlth, Mrs
Mott Smith Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs.
James Cockbuin, Dr. and Mis. II,
Murray, Mrs Harndon, Mr. and Mia
James Wilder. Mr. and MrB. Huchanan,
Mr and Mrs. Oerrit Wilder, Mr, nnd
Mis. Ralph Forstcr, Dr. and Mrs. Wal
ler Hrlnckerlinrf, Ml. and Mis. Lowton
Hrnln, "Jack" Atkinson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
fi, a Ilawes, Jr.
Thero was n gay llttlo hop at the
Seaside Hotel on Thurbday night In
honor of the ladles und gontlomcn of
tho Transpoit, mid tho usual Seaside
pleasure seekers wcro augmented by
Koclety In general Tho Seaside is
crowded with guests and letters aro
being lecetved each mail asking fur
accommodations. Mrs. Read, Mis
New all, tho Misses Winston, Mrs. liar
ty Macfarlanp, Mis. II. Hayes Hrookc,
and tho Misses Olmstcad and Jordan,
make qulto a galaxy of fair women.
Knul's orchestra pla)ed until a lato
Miss Margaret Walker was the
hostess of a very attractively ai-
ranged supper last evening nt tho
bench placo of tho Kaxton Hlshops, In
honor of Mrs. Herman Focko and Mrs.
Georgo Rodlek. Tho colored lights,
abundant greens and perfect moon
light night, tho wnves of tho broad
Pacific dashing on tho beach, made a
delightful setting for tho delicious
menu which Is always served so pet
fectly Among tho guests wcro Mr.
nnd MrB. Fockc, Mr. and Mrs. Rodlek,
Mrs. Hollovvay. Mr and Mrs. S. .
Wilder, Mrs Walker, Sr., tho Misses
Wulker. Mist Nancy Wi'iton. Mi.
Whltnoy, Dr. Cofer, Mr Pud M'lhlen
dorf, Mr. StncVable, Mean J. Walker.
Mrs. OaR's luncheon on Friday waB
In honor of Mrx Robert Wilcox (Mrs.
L'lln Wheeler Wilcox). Among tho
other guests weio Mrs. Oeorgo Cnrter,
Mrs. Stiong, Mrs. F. M. Swnnzy, Mrs.
Mabel Cox, Mis. Cunimlngs'. Tho
guest of honor chatted brilliantly and
vvus, iih usual, perfectly dressed. Mrs.
Wilcox Is a poetess without doubt,
I ut sho Is also Intensely feminine and
iidorcs pretty clothes. Sho Is being
much entertained nnd expresses her
belt iib charmed with Honolulu.
At tho ill'niiir wlilcn Mr. and Mis.
McCandlesa (uivo at W.iikIM on ThurB
day the gueiK. Included Mr. and Mrs.
Giinbaiim, Captain and Mrs. Andrew
Fuller, Mr. tail Mrs. Reldfonl. Miss
Mndgo McCandlesH, Mr, Georgo Fuller.
The tnblo vvus attractively decorated
Mrs. Vincent KItcat, so very well
known heio, who nrilvcd fioni the
Colonies two w celts ago, Is being much
entertained. Sho was nlwa)s a social
favorlto hero, and her keen wit nnd
great sense of humor ns well as a
chnrmliiB porbonnllty havo always hold
her In Bwoot lenicmbranco, which ub
benco hns only strengthened. Sho Is
tho gneBt of her sister and mother,
Mrs. Stanley und Lady Hcrion.
Tho Kuiinlti Rowing Club gao a
pretty St. Valentino's danco nt the
club house last ovonlng. Thero weio
Innumerable pretty girls present and
everybody had a delightful time Tho
tltihhouso wns blmply but effectively
decorated with greens, Tho Leap Yoir
dances mado considerable fun for tho
joung women woro rather shy about
asking their partners for dances.
Mrs. Mabel Wing Castlo, her moth
or, Bister, daughter nnd trained nurse
hnvo departed for F.gypt. Mis, Castlo
is slowly recovering from her severe
Cauls havo been received as fol
Iowa: Mia. llvde-Smlth lcnuosts tho
plcasuio of )our company at tho mnr
liago of her daughter, Margaret Day-
ard to Mr. Harold Dillingham cm Mon
da) ovcnlng, the twenty-fourth of Fell
uiary at nine o'clock. twcnt)-fhu hun
dred nnd seven, Fillmore street, Sail
General and Mrs. John McClellan
after a visit hero of three months, ex
lect to go to Newport for the slim
mer. Mrs. McClellan is handsomer
v --j- '
Among tho arrivals jestcrdny by tho
steamer wero Judge nnd Mrs Stan
ley, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clinton Hutchlns,
Mr. K. K. Cutter.
Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox has writ
ten n dellglitrul llttlo play entitled
"Lovo Versus Cupid," which ma) hu
ncted hero In the near future.
MIsb lna Mlncrioff whlto lu San
Francisco was entertained at Hcrke
ley by Mrs. II. Alexander Isenhcrg.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forstcr enter
tained nt illuncr on Monday evening
In their usual delightful fashion.
MrB. Clifford Wood was last heard
from at Florence, where she Is stop
ping with her con .and daughter.
Miss Anna Paris has gnno for sev
eral weeks to enjoy tho InvlgoratlnK
air of Koua. .
Mr nnd Mis. ltciijamlii Mooio uro
hpcndliiB two weeks on Tantalus.
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