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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, APR. 11, 1908.
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Childrens's Silk Parasols
Natural wood handle, red, white, pink, and blue,
90 upwards. Children's white lingerie paraiols, hem-,
ititched border, $1.25.
Steel rod, fast black, at $1.00 each.
The Importance of the Belt
The belt puts the finishing touch to the costume.
Among the big variety of belts there are styles and colors
to fill every want.
ELASTIC STUDDED BELTS, from $1.35 up.
SILK BELTS, polka dot, embroidered, at $1.00.
SILK TAILORED BELTS, in black, white, and colors,
from 75 up.
The New Patent LEATHER BELT, with pearl knobs,
FINE LEATHER BELTS, made of calf and fine kid,
in. white, black, brown, and tan, 75 up.
LEATHER BELTS, with purse attached, very stylish,
Spring and Easter Novelties
The Very Latest
In White Organdies and
Elaborately lace trimmed
and hand embroidered. Styl
ish Linen and Pongee Coats.
A beautiful assortment,
SPECIAL SALE OF
BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 13th. At quick-sell-ing
prices; A SAVING OF FROM 1-3 TO 1-2 IN EV
SILK AND WASHABLE STOCKS
35c NECKWEAR 25
40o " 30
50c " 35
75c " 50
WINDSOR TIES, plaids and solid colors, 25c.
FOUR IN HAND SILK TIES, red, navy, and black,
at 35 ? each.
' EMBROIDERED TURN-OVER COLLARS, from
Elegant Assortment, from 81.00 upward.
PRETTY CHIFFON SCARFS in Dresden effeots.
The st;le and beauty of
our elegant display of the
highest ( lass millinery ore the
result of the cleverest concep
tions of the master milliners
of Europe and America. These
hats would command double
their cost to you 'elsewhere.
A very pretty assortment,
Our Art Department
LATEST NOVELTIES have been lately stocked in
LITHOGRAPH CUSHION TOPS, new designs, 35t.
TINTED CUSHION TOPS, with backs, in new de
signs and pretty floral effects, 50c each.
TAPESTRY CUSHION TOPS, in interesting subjects,
from -10 up,
All sizes, best quality, from 35 up.
MERCERIZED PILLOW CORDS
In all colors and combinations, 15 a yard.
CORD and TASSELS, in solid colors and combina
tions of colors, at 35 each.,
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
The Store with the Money-Back Policy
for the fashionable ladies' latest fad of working their own
garments. We offer the following: CHEMISES, stamped
on fine Nainsook, 90 . CORSET COVERS, stamped on
fine Nainsook, 75. SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS, on
Fine Material, $1.25. ,
On fine Linen, pretty designs, at $1.00 a dozen.
CENTER PIECES In all sizes.
White Mercerized Damasse
Extra quality, G5o value, at 10 a yd.
Pure Linen White Table Damask
2 yards wide; $1.00 quality, at 80 a yd.
SOCIAL CHATTER isse: HOME TALK
THERE lias been a succes
sion of dinners and tens
during the past week i vi
Society In general literal
ly clothed Itself In sack
cloth nnd ashes and hied away to
church to pray upon bended knee.
Holy Week Is the last chance in Lent
to seek forgiveness for past misdeed
and It will be taken advantage of.
Easter Sunday Is no longer regard
ed us an excuse for a display of new
millinery. It Is really In certain
towns bad form to wear new head
gear, but In a semi-tropical place like
this It could (ertatuly be excused.
Why not blossom forth on Easter
Sunday, like the trees and (lowers,
put on your freshest lit tiro and feol
leally glad lnwardl as well as out
wardly? The new hatB are certainly
pretty enough to satisfy the most ex
uding tastes, and why not make oth
ers happier as well, by something
new nnd beautiful?
Lunch for Mrs. Aungst
A pretty luncheon of tho week w,us
given by Sirs. Henry Cooper In hon
or of Mrs. Aungst The tabic was
decorated with mauve chrjsanthc
mums and the guests Included Mrs.
Derby, Mrs. A. J. Derby, Mrs. Ma
goon, Mrs. McStocker, Mrs. Hanne
berg, Mrs. C. A. Drown, Mrs. Charles
Atherton, Mrs. Oeorgo Renton, Mrs.
Z. K. Myers.
Mrs. J. A. McCandless of Old
Walklkl was the hostess on Thursday
of n .rightful luncheon whlcu In
cluded many guests who are soon
sailing for the Coast. Ilrllllant cou
ersatlon nnd many pleasant stories
were told of "old times." Mrs. Mc
Candless' dining-room Is amidst ar
tistic surroundings and the view of
th( tea Is enchanting. Crimson car
nations and maidenhair ferns adorn
ed the labia. The guests Included
Mi. Ellen Weaver, who soon sails
Tor the Coast for a three months'
trip; Mrs. Frank Cooko, Mrs. Ilos
mcr, Mrs. Waterhouse, Mrs. James
Kennedy, Mrs. Studder, Mrs. High,
Mrs. Sanford II. Dole, Mrs. McKIn
non, Mrs. W. L. Hopper, Mrs. Grif
fith, Mis, Woolluy, Miss Hopper.
Mrs. Bond's Recitals
Mrs. Carrie Jarobs-Hond Is spend
ing a few days with the Edwurd Ten
neys. She will give a concert next
week at MrB, Lowrey's residence.
Those who have heard her are most
enthusiastic for all their friends to
be amused and entertained. She re
dies and sings in a fascinating man
ner and If you haven't heard her a
treat Is In storo for you.
Pedro at Dreier Hall
Dreler Hall was tho scene of activ
ity on Wednesday night, the 8th,
when the Saints played the Kama for
first honors nt "progressive pedro,"
the winners to be the oucs making
the highest net score In two meets.
Thero were forty participants, twen
ty from each Alumni, tho Saints win
ning the first of tho series with a fa
tal -net scoro of 2016 points nnd the
Knins .with 1841, n majority of 175
Jnjf.ivgr of' the former, nine hands'
. being played.
I The highest individual score was
made by Messrs. Lewis nnd Kellt of
the KaniB., who mado 248, while Ed,
, Hopkins and J. Ascbe made 239 for
the St. Louis.
The fln'al play of the tournament
will take place on Wednesday even
ing, the 22d Inst. The committee
which arranged for this tournament
consisted of Messrs. Cowcs, Hopkins
and Perry of the St. Louis Alumni,
and Treadway, Hardee nnd Fuku
mura of tho Kams.
The Morning Music Club, which met
with Mrs. Hitchcock on Judd street
Wednesday was a particularly enjoy,
able affair, and the members seemed
to enter Into the spirit of the music
con nmour. The program was as fol
lows: (a) Rchlcilon oliup Li. ,n. ...Dvorak
(b) Die m-schcldcn Dvorak
Mrs. Lindsay and Mrs. on Holt.
Songs My Mother Taught Me.. Dvorak
Adagio from Sulto III Franz Rlec
Turn Ye to Mo
arr. by Malcom Lawson
Llebestraume No. 2 Liszt
Vlllanello Eva Lcll Acnua
In dlo Feme J. W. Kalllwoda
Violin obllgato, Mrs. Ingalls.
Nearest and Dearest
From Ilook of Tuscan Folk Songs
Mrs. Mott-Smlth and Mrs. Weight.
Mrs. Ingalls, Miss Werthmuuller.
(a) Minnellcd ,. Urahms
(b) Du Hist Dlo nuh Schubeit
The May Night Brahms
It has often been remarked by vis
itors and tourists that Honolulu wo
men arc particularly well dressed. Nut
only do they manage to arrange the
dainty muslin and grass llnon frocks
with a charm nil their own but some,
of tho society women send abroad for
tpcclal frocks, which are tho best ex
amples of the great artists, such as
Worth, Francis Felix, Ducct, Rcdfern,
Kato Rclley. It la tho dernier mot of
the best stylo not to be too ovldentl
'well dressed. Each modlne of the
now world as well as tho old strikes
un original note. Tho nrtlsts In wo
men's clothes uru recognizing this and
pultlng each Individual stylo moro and
moro. No longer does ono arrange
tho hair Just llko her neighbor. To
seo most women hero nnd clsewhcro
in America is to look at the snmo
pompadour, tho sumo tilt to tho hat
brim, and tho snmu stylo of frock.
How monotonous nnd Inartistic! Why
not llko tho great ladles of Franco,
wear something which Bulls you, re
gardless of tho style for the moment,
which converts one Into a dressmak
er's block or a "Btyllsh shop girl." The
Comtcssu Grcffulhe wears the most
cxqulsito frocks In Paris and yet slio
would Bcorn "being in tho fashion."
Tho preastess robes aro affected by
her, and well do they suit the mystic
message of her face. Tho long
straight-cut frocks of Liberty silk are
affected by tho Comtesse Renu do
Denrn, nnd whether at ball or recep
tion bho always looks like a picture,
the transparent crepes and muslins
which seem to flash around her gUlng
tho necessary etherlnl tono to thu out
er garment. Hero In Honolulu wo
liavo ono socloty woman who has al
ways suited her own stylo regardless
of fashion's dictates. Her Emplio
frocks, worn long before tho present
stylo, were always exqulslto In mater
ial nnd cut. Of courso tho great uit
1st who dcBlgned them understood
her nnd delighted to mako tho beauti
ful things which uro always tho ad
miration of everybody. With her red
gold hair piled high a comb confining
It, and n long clinging Empire frock
she embodies all that Is artistic nnd
beautiful. It would not bo wlbo for
everybody to attempt tho original
with their clothes. Taste, a long
pur so and that haunting, elusive thing
called beauty, Is absolutely necessaiy,
unless una is un artist. Tho tlmo for
blludly following fashion's dictates
Is past. Study your own style nnd get
some artist of well known reputation
to design your frocks, and do not
chango, but modify all tho new fnsh
Ions for your own benefit.
Tho guests at the Moana Hotel In
clude, Mr. nucl Mrs. Crompton, Miss
Crompton and maid, Mr. and Mrs.
Plllsbury, Mrs. Winston, Mrs. Duvull,
Mrs. Nownll, the Misses Leila nnd
Dolly Winston, General nnd Mrs. Mc
Clellan nnd son, Mr. nnd Mrs. Miller,
Miss Johnson, Mrs. London, Mr. A. F,
DrlggB. Mr. and Mrs. llrlggs, Dr, nnd
Mrs. F. II. Humphrls, MrB. Deane, who
by tho way Is 111 t tho hotel; Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton Hutchlns, Mr. Winston
Mrs. Wnltor Ilrlnkorhoff Is rnpldly
recovering from her recent Illness, at
"The Dunes," Mrs. James Castlo'B
placo at Lalo. She will remain for
three weeks. Mrs. Ilrlnk'erhoff Sr
who has been spending tho winter
with her family, will Ball for her
home next month. Mr. and Mrs. Al
lan White and family, who aro nt
"Kunalu," will spend the summer In
Mrs. W. O. Smith was tho hostess
nf an Interesting luncheon on Thurs
day, the guests Including Mrs. Mr
Clellan, Mrs. Lackland, Mrs. William
E. Taylor, Miss E. Irwin nnd Miss
Miller. Mrs. Smith always has beau
tiful table decorations, her doublo
violets being particularly noticeable.
On Thursday roses mado a gorgeous
Mrs. Allan Rottomloy, who accom
panied her husband on a trip to tho
Coast, expects to return In about two
months' Mine. Mr. Jamlcson Is occu
pying the Dottomley bungalow, and
Mr. David Anderson, who wbb ono of
the Scotch contingency, has taken
rooms at the University Club.
, Miss Nannie Winston sailed for
Japan on Monday to be gone for
three months, She held quite a re
ception on the Nippon Maru, for
dozens of her friends went down to
Bee her off. She was covered with
choice lets nnd cnrited un Immense
bouquet of American beauty roses.
Her letters of Introduction, should
she care to use them, will open for
her tho entree to the diplomatic cir
cle nt Toklo, and thero ure many old
friends of here In Japan who hnvo
promised many good times. Sho is
keeping her rooms at the Moana
Mrs. MnYgaret Wnlkcr and family,
who hau been occupying the lllshnp
Wnlklkl plare for several weeks, are
returning to their Nuuanu valley
residence next month. The lllshops,
who are halng a delightful visit
abroad, were lust heard of from 01
Mr. nnd Mrs. Simpson, of Yorkshire,
England, who woro at the Moana
hotel a short tlmo ago, will pass
thioiigh Honolulu next mouth on thutr
way to England via tho Orient. They
uru at Pasudeiia nt present
Mrs. Clifford High leturncd on
Tuesday fiom Kauai, where she has
been spending n delightful week
with the Falrchllds. Riding, motor
ing, pol-suppers, dances, anil dinners
were glen In her honor.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Swnnzy gave
two Informal dinners on Wednesday
and Friday eenlngs. The Swunzy
dinners nre always enjoyable, and
bridge gcncially Is played during tho
Doctor and Mis. James Judd have,
taken the llrock residence for a term
of months. The Judds have been
giving many dinners, nnd teas since
Paymaster and Mrs. llrooke havo
decided to lemaln at the Seaside
hotel. They had planned to occupy
the Queen Emma cottage belonging
to Col. Macfarlano.
Miss Annie Pnrke, who Is at the
Johnson Sanltniium, Is quite un tho
road to recovery from the nervous
bieakdown of tho past few weeks.
Tho Misses Winston nre very much
admired not only on account of their
beauty anil good clothes but because
of their charming manners.
Mr, and Mis, August Dreler and
daughter sail for Germany next
mouth, and Miss Dreler will be plac
ed In u finishing school,
Mr. and Mrs. Ciompton are guests
at tho Moana hotel. Mrs. Crompton
wub n member of tho woll known Seas
tamlly of Huston.
Dr. and Mrs. McGiuw entertained
at dinner on Sunday evening In honor
of General and MrB. McClellau.
Mrs. Sarah Ilrown is qulto 111 ou
Moloknl, whoro she went a week ago
for a pleasuro trip.
Mrs, George Castle, who has been
quite 111 with a severo cold, Is fast
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NAPA & SONOMA WINE CO.'S
You can get wines higher in price; but quality and price considered, it
will be hard to surpass this brand of table wines that have taken the
FIRST PRIZES at both the St. Louis and Lewis & Clarke Expositions.
ZINFANDEL (light pleasant wine)
CABERNET (old nnd mellow) (St. Julian Type)
BURGUNDY (full bodied Bouquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeaux character)
MEDOC (elegant, rich)
QUTEDEL (fruity dry wine)
JOHANNISBERO REISLING (Rhine wine character)
VINE CLIFF (Moselle type)
SAUTERNES (very mellow; palatable)
HAUT SAUTERNES (medium sweet, delicate)
CHAUTAAU YQUEM (very rich type)
SPARKLING MOSELLE SPARKLING SAUTERNE
SPARKLING BURGUNDY . .
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