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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II., SATURDAY, MAR. 14, 1908
More New Spring Goods--;
Our stock of New Spring
'Goods is being continually
enlarged hv the arrival of fresh
shipments. Every Department is filling up with new and stylish varieties of attractive goods.
There's always bustle and life in
our Millinery Department. We show
the prettiest Hats and oiler the best
Since our last week's showing, we
have added to our already large as
The Gage Pattern Hats
in quite an extensive variety, aug
mented by the leading
New York Makers
as well as the production of our own
work-rooms, makes an assortment
lecona to none.
. New Street Hats
Our untrimmed hats are here, hun
dreds of them. They embrace all
the new shapes for Spring and Sum-
By all means see our showing. You
will be both delighted and surprised.
New Wash Voiles Cross Bar Printed Dimities
in striped and figured plaids, entirely new effects and col- In stripes and figures, dainty patterns, and pretty col
orings, at JI5 a yd. orings-. All new, sheer, and .".nc, nt 2,"r a yd.
Linette Suiting , Film Silk
New and pretty, in beautiful colorings; lavender, In black only; sheer and lstrous; new, 35 a yd.
grey, white, champagne, and reseda, at 35b a yd. ., -, . .
Bourette Suiting New Cotton Crepe
"M,""5 For kinonas or diapery; prettiest and most unique tie-
New and stylish; colors: champagne, grey, and navy, signs; in bright colorings, extra wide, 25rt a yd.
' New Printed Batistes B'dcaux Lincn
lltrv rilllliu UUliaiO yor kirU and ,uits, right weight, wears and washes
New designs, dainty colorings, fine quality, 15 a yd. well. In white, ecru, brown, and Yale; extra wide,-J20
and G yds, for $1. a yd.
New Stylish Veilings The New Hemstitched Border Chiffon Veils
The new Square Veils, chenille dotted, in white, black In white, champagne, navy, brown, green, pink, and
Champagne, brown, grey, and green, at $2.25. blue, at 75 and 00.
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co. Ltd.
Brimful of new and interesting
wearing npparcl. An extensive show
New Easter Gowns
SEE THE NEW
Two Piece Suits
MADE IK IINEN and ENGLISH
The Princess Dresses
in soft mull and sheer organdies.
The New Shirt Waist Suits
made of dainty matcrinl and nicely
New Stylish Tub Coats
in tin new style and length.
Handsome Dress Skirts
in Silk, Voile, White Serge and Pan
ama in a splendid variety. This de
partment is woilhy of your attention.
SOCIAL CHATTER -mr HOME TALK
FREQUENTLY wo receive letters
from friends asking If there are
good manlcurers and hairdress
ers here. And how surprised
they seem to ha when told that
one can even be "marcelled" In an
excellent hnlrdresslng establish
ments. So few American women
travel with a maid that this Is a
most Important factor. English wo
men of the same class Invariably
bring a maid along but American
women seem absolutely Independent
of this comfort and how they can
change their clothes so many times
and do their wonderful pompa
dours Is beyond n:c without some
assistance. A dear old English wo
man said to me not long since, "I
wish you could see the way the wo
men dress on the Atlantic steamers.
Sometimes they 'change four times
during the day and no maids, my
dear, no maids."
It Isn't that the American woman
cannot afford them, but the hublt of
Independent action Is deep-rooted, es
pecially when their grandmothers
and mothers did without.
However, one morning spent with
u good manicure will absolutely make
r.no over and with such high-class
bklll In town It Is not necessary to
travel with a maid.
-Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Kennedy, who
always entertain bo well, gave a din
ner last Saturday evening at their
lesldoncc on Victoria street. Dell
cnto double pink carnations and
maidenhair ferns made the table
most attractive. Mrs. Kennedy, who
Ik one of tho best-dressed women In
Honolulu, woio a French creation of
real lace. Her flocks are generally
from across the water, and she al
ways displays excellent taste In
their selection. She is a pretty wo
man with 1 charming flgiue. The
guests Included Mr. nnd Mrs. C!. C.
Kennedy, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Mc
Candlebs, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Hedemann,
General nnd Mis. MeClellan, Mrs.
George Ronton, Mr. Scott.
Miss Florence Hall, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, V. W.
Hull, and Mr. Malcolm Mclntyre of
Illshop & Co., were married on
Tuesday evening, March 10th, at
tho residence of the bride's parents
on Nuunnu avenue, the llev. Doremus
Scudder olhclntlng. Moannlua, of
course, contributed many of the
beautiful (lowers, palms and llowers,
(ind the decorations In whlto and
green wero very much admlicd. A
corner of the large drawing-room
was appropriately banked In whlto
nnd green, white roses una orchids
playing an Important part, and the
charming bride, on the arm of her
father, was met by the groom In this
flower-bedecked corner, and the two
llttlo daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Alonzo Oartley preceded the brldul
Inrty carrying white ribbons. Tho
brldo was beautifully dressed in
whlto satin and real lace. Sho wort
orange blossoms lu her hair and
carried a shower bouquet of white
loses. She made a lovely bride. It
was essentially n homo wedding, on
ly the relatives and intimate friends
being present. A reception followed
the ceremony, and the wedding gifts
were viewed. Mr. and Mrs. Macln
tyre will reside In their new resi
dence on Vancouver avenue. College
Hills, as soon ns it is completed.
Morning Music Club
The Morning Music Club met on
Wednesday at Miss Hopper's and It
was a pleasant and profitable affair.
Mrs. Tlctzcl was much appreciated
and Mrs. Uond, a guest, favored tho
club with some Interpretations of her
own composition, which wore de
lightful. Although "no singer," ns
she laughingly says, tho half-reclt-Ing
and half-slngtng In such a melo
dious voice was most captivating,
and one could never tire listening to
her. It Is to be hoped people will
have a chance of listening to this
charming artist. The program on
Wednesday was ns follows:
"Loure" ', Ilach
Page Song from "Huguenots"...
"Legende" Carl llohm
"O Let Mo Press Thy Cheek to
"Sleep, My Little One". . . .Taubert
String Quartet, "Dbut" (allegro
Mrs. Ingalls, Mrs. Cooper, Mlbs
Iiessle Hopper, Mrs. Ross
"Im Fruhllng" A. Fcsca
"Die Jagd" Rhelnhugor
a. Wlchtlgo llegcbenhelt ....
Mrs. von Holt
"Schon Glocklliu" von Fclltz
n u n
latest Men's Club
"Wo rcluso to get up In tho night
and put the cat out."
"Wo refuso to wlpo dishes.
"No more will wo sit In the pantry
opening sardines while our daughters
glvo 'swell uffalrs.' "
"Evening Is our time for rest, and
not to juJgo whes' dress patterns."
"It Is not bad form for tis to put
our stocking feet up on tho radiator
nnd smoke. Wo enjoy It."
Warsaw, Ind., Feb. 27. These nro
a few extracts from losolutlons and
constitution from tho Suffering Papas'
Club, which Is Warsaw's latest organ
ization, The society Is already over
flowing nnd has a waiting list of fifty.
Tho organization was started last
r.lght at the homo of wj P. Marsh, a
Tho club has a ritualistic wark.j
which was exemplified ran candidates. .
Tho meeting was opened with an ode.
We are hero to express our troubles
Our married llfo Is anything hut
For protection, consolation, wo are
Thirty of tho principal business and
professional men are members.
The ofllcors nro: W. P. Marsh, mas
ter suffering papa; L. C. Wann, senior
suffering papa; J. E. Clioves, suffering
papa guard; E. E. Hickman and II. C.
Frazler, suffering papa leaders; Fran
cis E. IJowser, suffering papa tester;
the Rov. E. II. Montgomery, suffering
papa lecturer; Professor J. T. Hawks,
Buffering papa Inquisitor; J. C. Shndc,
suffering papa secretary; Rcrtrnm
Shane, suffering papa master of ties;
J. W. Scott, suffering papa choirmas
ter. It Is agreed that tho rules laid down
by the Suffering Pupus must bo obey
ed In members' families.
Turkish Bath Parties
New York, March 3. There have
been monkey dinners and doll baby
parties among the women momberB of
society, but It took Miss Dr Nancy P.
Sankcy-Jones of 149 East Fifty-fourth
street to como forward with somo-
I thing unique In the entertaining lino.
Miss Jones gave a Turkish bath party,
and the sixteen women guests voted
it n hugo bucccss. Dr. Jones is an
r.rdent advocate of Turkish baths and
declares that many women would
easily avoid liccondug excessively
I stout by Indulging In theso strenuous
Miss Dr. Sankcy-Jones further sur
prised her guests by the Introduction
of a Japanese maid, In native costume,
who serves n delightful luncheon ut
ilttlo tables. All voted It "JiiRt too
jolly for anything to sit and lounge
about at luncheon In soft garments
and with hnlr streaming about their
shoulders. ' ""
Fat Calhoun's Dinner
Tho Examiner says. Patrick Cal
houn, president of (he United Rail
roads, entertained In elaborate fashion
nt tho Fnlrnfont Hotel last evening.
Soventy-two of his friends wero sent
cd at dinner at which tho special gold
service of, (ho hotel was used and
later In the evening a muslcil was
given. Supper was ordered nt 11:30
o'clock and the function was over
shortly before 1 o'clock this morning,
carnations'' nnd red roses. Tho five
numbers on tho programmo were con
tributed by tho Mlnetti string qunittit
: FEMALE FAITH:
Published In the llrst number of the "Sandwich Island Ga
zette," 1830. Written by Miss Landon.
She loved you when th; sunny light
light of bliss was on your brow.
The- bliss has sunk in sorrow's night
And yet she loves you now.
She loved you when your joyous tone
Taught every heart to thrill
The sweetness of that tongue is gone,
And yet she loves you still.
She loved you when you proudly stept,
The gayest of the gay.
That pride the blight of time has swept,
Unlike her love, away.
She loved you when your home and heart
Of fortune's smiles could boast,
And when she saw that smile decay depart
She loved you most.
Of such, the generous faith that grows
In woman's gentle bieast;
'X is like the star that stays and glows
Alone in night's dark vest.
That stays, because each other ray
Has left the lonely shore,
And that the wanderer on his way
Then wants her light the more.
and Mrs, Henrietta II. lllanchard, so
prano. Tho host nnd his guests wero
seated as follows: '
Mr. Calhoun, Mrs. Held, Mr. Irwin,
Mrs. Nowhall, Mr. McEncrhy, Mrs.
Chase, Mr. Hewitt, Mrs. Crockett, Mr.
Ilourno, Mrs. Sharon, Peter Martin,
Mrs. Hewitt, Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Law
tenco Scott, Mr. Mlntzer, Mrs. Mc
Laren, Mr. Tucker, Mrs. Plllsbtiry,
Mr. ICohl, Mrs. Tnylor, Mr. Illack.
Mrs. Eells, Mr. Giecnwny, Mrs. John
C. Wilson. Mr. Mullnlly, Miss Crocker,
Mr. Lawson, Mrs. Peter Martin, Mr.
Plllsbtiry, Mrs. Wulter Martin, D. Og
den Mills, Mrs. Irwin, Mr. New hall,
Mrs. Scott, Mr. Mills, Mrs. Calhoun.
Mr. Crocker, Mrs. Mountford Wilson,
Mr. Holbrook, Mrs. Martin, Mountfnid
WIIboii, Miss Ncwhnll, Wnltor Martin,
Miss Utirdcu, Captain Jackson, Miss
Keeuoy, Mr. Dillingham, Miss Helciu
Irwin, Mr. ToWn, Miss Julia Calhoun,
Mr. Warren, Miss Hreckenrldge. Mr
Chandler, Miss Calhoun, Mr. Kittle,
Miss Elizabeth Newhnll, , Laurence
Scott, Mrs. Coleman, 'Mr. Eclfs, Mm.
Mlntzer. John C. Wilson, Mrs. Kohl,
Mr. McLaren, Mrs. Tuckur, Mr. Moore
Mrs. 1 Ion In. Mr. Taylor, Mrs. Mooic
Mr. Heriln, Mrs, McEneruy.
To Ewa Plantation
On Tuesday hiBt Mrs. Harriet Cas
tle Coleman und Miss Ermine Cros3
gave a sight-seeing patty nt Ewa
plantation mill in honor of Miss Flor
ence llaitlett of Chicago and her
friends, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gregory nnd
Miss Eleanor Gregory1, nil of whom
hnvo been spending tho past month
In Honolulu, nnd nro on their way
lo Japan whero they expect to remain
until June, making nu extended tour
of that country.
On arrival of tho party at Ewn
mill, luncheon was served In tho
largo Ewa Kindergarten loom, Miss
Craig acting ns hostess. Later In the
afternoon the party visited tho mill,
tho second largest in these Islands,
nnd saw tho process of Mugur-mal.lng
from sturt to llnlsh, Mr. Miller of the
plantation ncting as guide.
Tlinso making up tho party wern:
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory, Miss Eleanor
Gregory Miss Floience llartlett, Miss
llentrlco Castle, Mrs. II. C. Coleman,
MUs Ermine Cross, Miss Mary Peclc,
Madame llrluckerhoff, Mrs. W. D.
Westervclt, Messrs, George P. Castle,
1). II. Palmor, W. L. Castle and 11. V.
To Hear Mrs. Bond
It will Interest everybody to know
Hint the Free Ktndorgarton Is to
have an afternoon nnd evening of
musical monologues by Mrs. Uond,
who has so delighted nil who have
heard her. Tho llrst entertainment
will bo at tho res Id en eo of Mis,
Clarence Cooko on Friday iifternonn
next at 4 o'clock, March 20th. Tho.
second ono will be held ut tho Mo
ana Hotel on the evening of Friday,
March 27th, at 8: B0 o'clock. This
will glvo ovorybody not only n chance
lo help tho Frco Kindergarten,
which Is one of tho noblest charities
but n decided treat from nn artistic
standpoint, for Mrs. Uond and hor
musical monologues nro eclchrnted.
Sho possesses n charming personality
nnd her work Is Unit of n finished
artist. The committee In charge nro
Mrs. Throdoro Richards, Mrs. Man
nlo Phillips, Mrs. L. R. Myers, Mrs.
George Cooke, Miss Margaret Hop
per. 'Tickets, one dollar, .can bp ob
tained of the committee or nt tho
door. Remember Friday- nftcrnoou
nt the residence of Mrs. Claronco
Cooke at 4 o'clock and Friday even
ing March 20th, nt 8:15 o'clock, Mo
Bridge Whist at Mrs. Renton's
.Mrs Oeorgo P. Ronton gnvo a de
lightful bridge whist party nt her
lusldcnco on Thurston nvenuo In hon
or of Mrs. C. A. Drown nnd Mrs. J.
P. C. I logons. Tho hostess looked
very atttacllvo In her heautlfu'
French embroidery dress. Thoso who
wero successful In tho contest weiv
Mis. C. 'A. Hiiiwii, Mrs. McCIellan,
Mrs. Lackland. Mis A. Fnllt, nnd Mrs.
P. 1). McStorkcr. The other guests
weio Mrs. Sam Parker, Princess Kn
wananakoa, Mrs. Whllehouso, Mis.
Waterman, Mrs. Rlggs, Mrs. Oat, Mrs.
Lucas, Mis. Ilanncberg, Mrs. Ken
i.udy, .Mis. I)oiigliirt)',lMrs. 7tl K. My
trs, Mrs. P. Hulstcad, Mrs. P. Rich
ardson and Mrs. J. Lucas.
Miss Lillian Sargent, to woll
known in Honolulu, will sail from
Now York tills spring, nnd spend tho
bummer with tho Princess Kawnna
nakoa nt Pcusacola street.
Doctor nnd Mis. F, II. Humphrls
hnvo joined tho Mo.inn Hotel contin
gency. They moved today from tho
Mr nnd .Mrs .1 1- C Hugens. will
depart on the S, S Mongolia for their
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MRS. S. B. KINGSBURY
Ono of tho pretty dinners of tho Tho guests Included Mr. nnd Mrs.
week was given by Judgo and Mrs. ' "'ih Porster, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Kingsbury. Red carnations nnd JJ'Bt"' MIbs (Nft1n,;' W'n8l? ""
. ... I Mr- liruco Cartwrlght. Mrs. Watson
ferns adorned tho table. , Mrs. i bll0(l for Sall Krimcgco ,n tho AIn.
Kingsbury woro un omhroldeied meda, and will ho gono for several
white froclt nnd looked chdimlng, 'months. -' -i "., ;,',!Nk,
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