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EVHNINO nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. II . SATURDAV, MAY 0, 1003.
Exceptionally Good Vnlucs In
White Crochet Bed Spreads, hem
med nil ready for use, $1.00.
White Bed Spreads, full size,
White Bed Spreads, extra quality,
at!? J. no.
White Marseilles Bed Spreads, full
White Marseilles Bed Smcads, ex
tra gocd quality, full size, at $U.50
Crochet Bed Spreads, for single
beds, extra good quality, coircct size,
Crib Bed Spreads, extra heavy
quality, right size, at $1.25.
for Infants' wear, hemstitched and
embroidered in silk, skirt lengths,
pretty designs, from $1.25 a yard
Made of good white cotton, all
icady for use:
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NEW SPRING SPECIALS
YOU know the quality of the goods we carry, zlxxsI
when we say we have something extpsl fiae we
mean it. Prices below:
Wc have just received a sample assortment of the SWELLEST
Lingerie Princess Dresses
that wc have yet shown; every garment a dainty, pretty model
made of mulls, organdies, and soft materials, some trimmed with
double-thread Valenciennes lice, some with embroidery, othcis
with Maltese lace.
A Few Samples in
Elegant Hand-Embroidered Gowns
in delicate blue and pink. They are the most beautiful models
Printed F r:al;s
Stripes and figures, yard !c, 10 a yard.
Extra fine quality, pictt designs, yard wide, JU1 a yard.
Soft satin finish, for dresses or men's shirts, neat patterns,
0 yards for $1.00. ,
Cord effect, neat designs, O yards for $1.00.
. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
New Grass Linen
In White and Shades of Blue.
Elegant quality white dra35 Lin
en, at S5 a yd.
Grass Linen insertion hand-cmbroi-dcre.1,
at 00 a yd.
Enbroidcrcd Mercerized Madtis,
40o quality, 25 a yd.
Fancy Pink Crepe, 60c quality,
Wif a yd.
A SPECIAL IN
Satin-gored belt, felt finish but
tons, in all colors:
75c quality BJ
GDo quality .J5
A SPECIAL IN
Double-faced, rich colorings, and
30s quality 25 a yd.
40c quality aOp a yd.
Light blue and pink, 15c quality,
SOCIAL CHATTER isee HOME TALK ss
Ni: ot tlio prettiest affairs ot i
tho week was tlio lirldge-tr.x
given by MIbs llcrthn Kutli
Young on Monday at lier fa
ther's Walklkl villa In honor
of Mis. Hnmiiton and Miss
'Downing. charming strangers from
.os Angi 'cs. AniPilrHU llenuty roses
udurne.l I ho tpuclium upaitnicnts ami
tlie tn.i-l.ihli-. presided iiwr by Mrs.
Uurij Macfai-laiic, Jr. nntl Mm. V.
II. lluniphrls, hail :i largo ronteriiloco
nt maidenhair ferus. Altlstlc bou
quets of iimuvc violets tied with dain
ty ribbons peeped out fioin utnldrt
the greens. Tlio pilzc3 weie carved
lory ami sandalwood fnns, cmbrold
uroil, reposing In Cliineto boxes.
Tjioy wero won by Mrs. lleorgc Put
ter, Mrs. II. Kin-lie, Mrs? Mott-Snilth,
Mrs. A. M. Hi own. Mis. J. S. Walker,
and Mrs. J. McClollan." Miss Young
wort) u liundsiimo mauo frock a In
Princess. The guests Included Prin
cess Kawananakou. Mrs. Mary Widilc
llcld, Mrs. Harry Lewis, Mrs. Andrew
Fuller, Mrs. Kin llainin, Mrs. liein-ge
Urcnqulllcs Krlttes, Sauco Tartar
Krcnch Peas nu Mentho
Punch nu Charticuso
' Hnast Isl.imi Siiuab with Currant
H.irricot Verts Piiniiiics Nnturo i
Asparagus Tips, Sauco Hollondal-a
ll.iniicr do I'm I Is. Crcnic Krappo
White Seal Champalgno
Ice Cream, (ieriiiatiln
Mr. and Mrs. Isenberg sailed for
(lerniaiiy last week. They will prob
ably nniko their home In tlio Kathcr
lanil, much J.g the rcgict ot every
This afternoon, the Cleaners' salo
ut tho resldoiice of Mrs. Theodoro
Richards will surely bring out a largo
Potter, Mrs. K. II. lluiuplirUJ Mrs. number of people who not only wish
Arthur Dors, Mis. Audcrton, Mn. to buy useful things, tell to listen to
Harry Macfarlaue, Jr., MUs Allron jirogram of usual oxccllcnrc, the
Macfnrlanc, Mrs. A. M. Drown, Mrs.
Charles II. Cooper, Mrs. Itobert At
klmuin, Jin. .1. MlC1cI1.ui, Mrs. (icr
rlt Wilder, Mrs..i:rnest Mott-Snilth,
7uss Irmgaid Schaefcr, Mrs. lluwes,
' Iscnbery; Faiewcll Dinner
An unusually Interesting and bril
liant dlnnor was gUcn In the Alex
ander Young Hotel Walklkl dlnliig
looni by Mr and Mm Itlchard Ison-
bcrg on the I'M-nlng of April 29th.
An arrangement of iralllng vines
about tho chandelier, In conjunction
with red carnations and jellow rib
bons, was muc.li admired. Carnations
(formed tho i-onterplcics, burrounilcd
by pots of maidenhair ferns and citi
liatlou lels wero on tho chair of cii'li
guest. Mis. Isenberg, who Iuih unite
lecovercd fmni her recent Illness,
looked exceedingly pretty. Among i
the Invited gueslii wero. Mr. nnd Mis,
Hi'liacfcr, Miss Schuofcr, Mr. mid Mrs.
Kocke, Dr. and MrB. Drncst Water
house, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Isenberg,
Mr Pfotcnliauor. Mr. anil Mrs. 0. M.
Cooke, Mr. unit Mrs. Montague Cooke,
Judge and Mrs. Stanley, Mr. nntl
Mi Itii hard Cooke, Mr. and Mre.
illi Itol. Mr. and Mis. Uodlek, and
mam 'Jthcis. On tho place-cards
were two excellent photographs of
tho host Mini hostess. Tho music of
tho Kaal (n hnstrn was as follows:
iGrnnd Maiih. La Soiclla"
ifc " Bong. "Mallni '
;- -.liallad. "Song to Hawaii". .
. . Reding
. . Mckl.i
i , ivsoiig, ,vnin
iV' '.AValtz. "Merry tlnw".
'Bong, "Old Pla it it 'on" Nnpe
Song, "I Can't Ho the Rum" ....
L, . . . urr. 11. Kaal
BoiiK, "L'a Like no n Like", .hvcrott
'Finale, "Dlo Wachl am Ithcln"..
Tlio inonti, which was excellent, 's
llouclico n la Strasbourg,
i Wlillo Seal Chunipagno
Salted Almond3 , Olives
' Rwenco f ChlcJcon nttx (iuenclles
,'J'ourbnn of K&yul Kurnu, Maigucrr
following iirtlsts hnvlng kindly con
sented to assist Songs, Mrs. Allan
White; piano solo,1 Mr. Lewis; hongs,
Mrs. Tcnney Peck; violin quartet,
Mrs. Ingalls, Mrs, Onirics Cooper,
Mrs. Ernest Uoh3, and Mlsj Damon;
piano solo, Irs. Wcstcrvclt; Mrs. K.
11 Humphrls will rcclto. The Kn
walahao Ouartot will bo there, as
well as the Royal Hawaiian Hand
and Mis. Alapai. Tho delicatessen
table Is In charge of Mrs. Clarcnco
Cooke, bespeaking an unusual selec
tion of good things. Lemonade, Miss
Jesslo Kennedy; lco cream, Mrs. With
lugton; cniuly. Miss lrcno Fisher;
Now Kngland kitchen. Miss Gertrude
Ilrown. The udmlttnnco to tho
giotinds will bo free, but a small sum
will bo charged for tho concert, which
will begin sharply at I.
The news of tlio engagement ot
Miss l-Mlth Spalding to Llout. Oar
lett has been received with much
'pleasure by tho friends of both tho
young people. Miss Spalding is a
ory pielty and charming girl nntl
Mr. (Janet made hosts of friends dur
ing Ills resldenco at Camp MeKlnloy,
Ho expects to get leao this summer
nntl will proliablj claim his Initio.
Capt. Goodwin Entertains
Captain Goodwin of tho Dlrlgo al
ways entertains well, and ho ami Mrs.
Goodwin woro great favorites whllo
hero last ycaf. On Sunday thu ge
nial Captain gavo a luncheon aboard
ship, tho guests Including Dr. and
Mrs. Wodchouso of Kort Shatter, Pay
master anil Mrs. Is, Hayes Drooko
Dr. and Mrs. Ilruce McV. Miickall,
Mr. niter ' II. Smith, and Jmlgo
Mornintr Music Club
, Tho .Morning Music Club met on
Wednesday at tho Castle Kindergar
ten on King streot, and a very inter
esting program was listened to. It
being the last meeting of tho year,
many of the members outlined plans
o. v. I!.
The Ouphiin casually iiiiiiircil
If ho-iuiil-so linil ,Yi't lr:tii!'iirt,i!,
Ami whether, too, licyoinl n tloiilit;
His iroriiin linil lifi'ti vnrrieil oiiif
'l'hc First i.ii'iitciiiiiit raisi'd hi-, heatl,
"1 giivw the oriler, t-ir," lie Miiil;
Di'iiiiling liu linil ilonc liis share
In lluit as vet unilom- nlTiiir.
'I'ln- Ollieer who jmeei! the ilcck
Sweet uieilitatioiis seeim-tl to eheek
"J f;uvo. the order," win liis elaiiu;
"The liiialswiiiii must have liecu to lilaine.'
The litiats'n, wire wills wounded pride,
Forthwith resentfully replied :
"1 pus.sod the word; thai luiaU'n'ii niale
Ain't worth Iih salt, he's nlway.H lute."
The lioath'n'n innle looked inueli nliitsed
To lio mi wrongfully iieuiised, -"1
pnsM'd the wonl," lie iinswereil ipiick.
"That coxswain liiiti-l have gotten sick."
The coxswain, looking daggers at
The other, roughly touched his hut
And said: "l" iuism-iI it, sun- I nni,
Thorn hoys ain't worth a tinker's damn!"
The stroke-oar snid ho "told the bow
To tell the olhei-h anyhow."
The others look n higher ground,
And swore they "hadn't heard it Mittiid!"
And m il happened, plain as ilny,
When everyone, had hud his say,
That till wero like in zeal inteiisu
Ami each hud shown his imiticeucv.
Tlio Ciiplaiu let his bUvdngs full
Liipiirlially on one and all,
And mingled with his strong conviction
A sulphuretted benediction!
The moral of this endless chain
Is instantaneously plain
ni list give the order look aMuto
Then nothing more don't execute!
Don't budge, or stir don't turn a hand
To get tho gear or wlmlelioat manned;
J!o firm, mid zealously avow,
"I gavo the order, anyhow!"
for tho next season,
Tho program follows;
Wultr. Polonaise Aronsky
Miss Stevens, Miss Ilestnrlck,
Amaro Solfrlro Trlndelll
Mrs. Fieri! . Wnterhouso.
Sonnte, C Minor Mozart
Mrs. Richards, Miss Stevens.
(Arranged by Relneckc.) i
Mrs. Vcsterult, Miss Hopper.
.Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kocke's cos
tume iniiner mi Wednesday eenlng
was a great success. The toilettes of
tho guests were most unique and tlmu
and tremble had been spent upon
them. It was tho birthday of tho ho.it
ess, so congratulations wero In order,
as well us many llowers ami present
which wero constantly nrrhliu
tltroimhtilit llin ilnv. 1'lnwrrn iitid
ferns graced tho dinner table, which
glittered with glass and nlhcr. Among
the guests wen- Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph
Korkter, the latter looking ery pret
ty as ii cndor of chocolate, and Mr.
Foster dietsed as a cook; Dr. Cofer,
Colonel Dog; .Mrs. Fucke, girl In red;
Mr. and Mrs. Gc-rrlt Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Ilndiek, Mr. and .Mrs. Swnnz.'-,
tlio latter dressed as an adertlse
meut and Mrs. Swanzy In a quaint
diess; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wivu,
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wilder, Dr. and
Mrs. Cooper. Dr. Wood, Miss M. Walk
er, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macfailanc,
Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo DaUbB, Mr.
Davles changing his costumo covcrnl
tinics; Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Potter,
both Mr. Potter and Mr. Mncfailiino
dresses as babies; Mr.' and Mrs. Rich
ard lu-is. It was u nioht cnjoyablo
affair, well carried out In oery detail.
One of, tho laigeut and must bril
liant nitidis of (ho week w?i tho "at
homo" glen by Mrs. Kinest Anlslini
WaterhoiiFo lu honor of Mrs. Wallaco
Alexander, Mlsa Moiiri( and Miss Dow
ney, The looms v.-cio beautifully dec
orated with la Franco roses, ic-tl roses
ami tho trailing passion vine. In tho
dining room (his graceful vino formed
a porlleie between tho .rooms, und
largo vases ot roeu wero In all tho
apaitments, os well as lilies, pink car
nations and cholco maidenhair ferns.
Mrs. Waterhouee, beautifully dressed
In palo mauve uiepo do chine, woro
Inlets. Mis. Alexander was In lav
ender and whllo Kmpiro fiock trim
med with old point laco and paillettes
In two limes. Shu looked handsome.
Miss Mimic woio a whlto Princess cm
biolilcred with choleo laco and her or
naments, weio diamonds. At tho tea
lablo Mrs. John Waterlmiiso prebltletl
over the tea Urn und Mrs. Fred T. P.
Wateihoiiho pinned uiiree. Mrs. James
Jildd, MIhs Marlon Waterlinuso, Mlr.s
Klennor WiitorliiiiiHo and Mrs. Gcorgo
Watcrhoiifcti, looked after tho comfort
nt tho guests. People wero constantly
going and coming throughout tho af
ternoon. Tho guests Included: Mm.
F. .1. I.owrey, Mrs. i:. 11. Wiitorhouso,
Mrs. J. G. Spencer MIbs Sophor, Mrs.
i:. W. .Ionian, Mis. Steero, Mlsa
Thompsoii, Mrs. S. G. Wilder, Mlus
Ithoda Green, Mrs. Fred Dampn, Mis.
S. M. IJallnu, Mrs. J. P. Cooke. MIbs
Oraco Cooko, Mrs. Laura Whlto, Mre.
T. CIlvo naleB. Mrs. George Davles,
Mrs. C. W. C. Dccrlng, Mm. Kdgar J.
Walker. Miss Nina Adams. Mlsh Ilor
den, MIbb Sorenson, Mrs. Hiiysolilen,
Mrs. Alexandor Llndsoy, Mibb Yiiilig,
Mrs. Fred W. Carter Mrs. K II. Hiiin-phi-Is,
Mlfcs Kdllh Mills. MIbs Irwin,
Mrs. A. Lewis Jr, Miss Plnder, Mrs.
C. L, Weight, Mrs. A. J. llgnoiix, Mri
Claienco Cooki., Mri. Richard Cookj,
Mrs. Moutaguo Cooke, Mrs. O, II.
Hitchcock, Miss Illalr, Miss Lucas, nouuclng the marrlngo ot Mls3 Mar
Mrs. Merrill, Mrs. Tnlor. Mrs. I'nb-J ghcrlta Adelo Drowning of New
bltt, Mis. II. Fticke, Miss Queetilo Jor-I York City to Mr. Clnrcnco Ilohriiu
dan, Miss Maud .Ionian, Miss Lily Smith, bon of Honorable and Mrs.
Paly, Mis. J. O. Young, Miss Hemp- W. 0. Sinltli. Their eiigacciiicnt wart
Moad, Miss Florence Caiter. Mrs. announced some lime ngo.
James Cockbutii, Mrs. Lowtim Urnla, iV
Miss Hnrtwell, Mrs. K. W. Hall, Missj Mrs. Urooke, the pretty wife of tho
Chailoltoo Hall. Mis. Maclntyre, Mrs.', popuhu- paymaster, contemplates nia
W. A Loe, .MIbs Moore, Mrs. A. (1.1 ,B tip to Philadelphia nuil New
Hnwi-s, Jr., Mrs. Gcorgo Carter, Mrs. I York during the latter part of tho
Achilles, Miss Achilles, Mis. Stioug, summer.
Mra. C." It. Ilemcnv.-ay, Mrs. C. M.
Cooke, Miss AIIco Cootto. .Miss lleat- jr3i M, Tiirman gave her eighth
ilco Castle, Mrs. Frank Atherton. Mrs. Irctl.0 "AdMinced Thought" at
Kingsbury, Mrs. Tcnney Peck, Mrs. ,!l0 Art i,cK1I0 ro(mls OI, Thuisd.iy
Albert Locke, Mrs. Emory, .Mrs. A. I'cvcimiBl u was a most Interesting
Jildd, Miss Agues Judd, Miss Buckley, I j
.iirs. linu, .Mrs. u uu uoi, .mi-s. ii. :
3rl.nlt9, Klra llorrp Mluu Pnl-mll '
Mrs. E. A. Mott-Snilth, Mrs. Stnnley,
Miss Stnnley, Mrs. Lnngo, MIks Car
ter, Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs. Ross, Mrs.
W. Whitney, Mrs. Wlllard Drown, .Miss
Hopper, Mrs. A. Fuller, Mrs. Ileniy
Watci house. Mlrs Sturgeon, Mrs. Al
bert Wnterhouso, Mrs. S. M. Damon,
Mrs. S. K. Damon, Mrs, Jnmlu Wilder,
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.urn. '""". .'B M'rna v.,J.:ul1,0 for H0Vcni, ,mmth8.
ihd, j, ii. iiwiiuniif .ui, iijuU) iur
Mrs. George Castle nnd her mother.
Mrs. Maiy Tniiliey, nni uxpecti-il to
tinlvo mi tho 15lh. Mr. George Castle,
who has been hi 111, Is uluwly iccover
lug. Miss Madge McCaiidless, who sail
ed with her parents for tlio Coast,
may Join a party of fi lends going In
It. .1. Pratt, Mrs. Hchardt Mra. Drill
kcrhoff, Mrs. Sophlo 11. Pratt, Mrs. C.
B. Cooper, Mrs. II. 11. Cooper, Mrs. I",
A. Schaefcr, Miss Schaefer, Mrs. J.
Walker, Mrs. Walker, Miss Cordelia
Wulker, Mrs. Ilrnlnerd Smith, Mrs. II.
K. Dillliighain, Mrs. Hniold Dillltig
ham, Mis. John Erdmaii, Mrs. W. O.
Smith, Mrs. W. D.. Adams, Mm. liar-
General and Mrs. Pratt, of the
Pleusanton, eiitcitnlued at dinner on
Thursday In the private dining room
lu honor of Judge and Mis. Hum
phreys and Mr. und Mr Duke. Mr.
and Mrs. Augustus Knudsen, who
sailed for Knu.il this oweck, enter
tained nt luncheon for Mr. and Mrs.
A. Robinson on Thursday. Tho ICiiud
sens expect to return during tho 1bIi
of tho Fleet.
Mrs. Mary Wlddcfleld was glad
dened on Monday by a icuiilou with
her ron, Lieut. Sam Wlddellold, anil
his ramlly, who arrived In tho trans
pmt. Mrs. Wlddellold la a guest ot
Mrs. Harry Lewis nnd It Is it -great
plcasuro for all hor friends to seo her
looking no young ami charming. Sho
will return next winter to tho Wll-1
Colonel and Mrs. Pnikor, with Ku
plnlanl, sailed for the Coast thla
week. They will meet tho Misses
Campbell and will probably remain
away for e months. Miss Sargent
of Now York Ib oxpeeted to spend tho ,
summer with Princess Kawiinannkoa. '
Miss Rose DavUiin, who Is her guest
at present, returns to her homo very
Tho Brazilian band played nt tho
Scasldo Hotel mi '1'hursilay evening
ami was listened (o by an enthusias
tic iiudlouco. A ilnnco followed, lu
winch many well-known society wo-,
men participated, These Seasldoi
hops aro vory popular and always!
brlnp out an ardent following,
A caWcBram Una been received an
It is reiorted that v. hen Dr. Raiiius
returns to Honolulu ho will bring as
his brldu a well known Honolulu lady
now travelling abroad.
Mrs, Hrlnckeihnf. Sr., who has bciu
spending the winter with her him, Dr.
llilucki'ihof, Kails In tlio China Ru
bor homo In New York.
. '.'- .-J
l!or edtlnft, drinking, end cooking
Pure. Delltlous, Nutritious
0ar is m eooo ASre
Dreakfatt Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
UAcm ChocoUto(uniwectened), I -2 lb. cnkft
German Sweet Chocolate, 14 Ib. colei
Tor Sola by UeadteiA Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
IS HIGHEST AWARDS IN CL'EOPE
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