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EVENINC1 HULI.RT1M. HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JUNK fi, lfiOS.
"Busy June!" that's our watchword.
We're going to make, our specials:
more attractive every wecK.
Week of Specials
Another small assortment o(
Made of soft, sheer materials an'' handsomely trimmed.
A new assortment of
Voile Dress Skirts
with silk drop, very handsome and stylish.
New Christy Waists
A sample assortment, no two rli' Som? very ele
gant hand-embroidered waists.
is the triumph of the season. It is the smartest creation in
the world's fashion centers. MIRAGE is substantial and
fine, soft and lustrous. We are showin" it in navy, tan,
brown, dclf blue, and silver. It is 23 inches wide.
PRIOE, $1.50 A YARD.
The Store with the Money-Back Policy
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
Just Right For The Hot Weather. At 7G made of fine lawn, trimmed with lipjit blue and pink.
At $1.00 made of fine white lawn, kimono style, with hemstitched ruffling.
At $1.50 made of fine India Linon, fine tucks and lace trimmed.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Here are New Ve
Ready-to-Wear Veils and Novelty Veils
v AT CORRECT PRICES
TUXEDO VEILINGS with Chenille dots In all the leading colors, at 35 n yd.
CHQTON and CREPE CHIFFON VEILING with satin edge; white, black, and colors, UOd a yd.
H. S. LISSE VEILING, pink, white, light blue, 35i a yd.
EXTRA WIDE CHIFFON AUTO VEILING, satin edge, leading colors, 75 and 90 n yd.
CHIFFON AUTO VEILS, all ready to wear, regulation length, in all colors, $1.50 each.
THE NEW SQUARE VEILS, made of Chiffon and some of net, 81.50 each.
Special Sale of Trimmed Merry Widow Sailors
TIDY WEAR FRINGE NETS.
Blonde, medium, and daik brown, and black, l'JViea.
Yard wide, all colors, 20c quality, Special 122 yd.
White Chamois Gioves
Washable, 2 clasps, $U5 quality, Special 1.00 pair.
Printed Dotted Dress Swiss
In checks and pwtty floial designs, very sheer and
fine; 20o quality, Special 13V4 a yd. ,.
A SPECIAL IN
Guaranteed waterproof, black, navy, tan, and oxford,
52 inches wide; $2.50 quality, special 1.00 a yd.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co,
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SOCI AL , CHATTER 55 HOME TALK
ITU THE I'KOSIT.CT ot tliolin tlio school chapel Inst night,
I'lcct in llio beginning of
A chosen anil ho looks well in his mi-
very large nudlonce, composed prln- tlvo dies. I luiiclicil lit tho Wllhirit
next month, Unit Honolulu
Is nt lust awakening to the
fact that one ot tho grand
est spectacular naval events
over seen hero will occur In our
friendly waters. Not nil tho ships
will nppear, hut (he show will he
great enough lo guarantee (he In
terest of everyboify, anil ns naval
men havo always made this moro or
less of a Mecca, tho olllcers will find
many friends heic who will help
them to amuse themselves. After
the display nnd feting In San I'ran
I'lseo they will gluilly thank Hono
lulu to lot them onjoy tho beauties
of the place In their own way. Ikills.
dinners, nnd banquets uro all tery
wMI. but to foreo them upon a body
of men surfeited to death with 'feast
lug would bo tho relliicnlent of cru
elty. The pleasures of tho beach and
I rlvnte ontortdlnment will appeal to
the bfilccrs more illieetly than tho
public, dinners or balls. And w6
couldn't do oven that on tho lavish
scale' of San Francisco. Why not of
for them Fomethlng finite slmplo nnd
different, thus earning tho ctcrnnl
gratitude of tho ollleers of tho fleet?
Death of Prince
Tho premuturo death of Prlnco Da
vid Kawunanakoa has cast u gloom
over . everything. Ills sunshiny na
ture nnd tho Intotifeo loyalty whlgli hq
nlwnys felt for his fi lends (oiiiblueil
with the delightful mclal iiu.itltleH
which were seou at their best In his
own house, has made him gieatly be
loved, and his loss. Is slnrcicly
mourned und lamented. His devo
tion (o his wife anil child! en was
most unusual and beautiful, and lo
eco him suniiuiided by his children,
attending pcrtonallv lo their Htt'o
wants, and on many occasions send
ing tho sonants, with whom they
woro nlw.ijs in ehaigc, away In
order lo wait upon Hum himself, was
u sweet ami toueblng picture of do
mestic happiness. Although so' dem
ocratic In his luteieourse with Ills
fellow-men. there came times when
David was eveiy Inch the Prime, and
vou betlded the Impertinent stran
ger who presumed too fieely upon
hlH kindly nature. Devoted to ani
mals and catering freely Into all out
door spoils, ho w.i3 a splendid speci
pient of the athletic Hawaiian. His
marriage to beautiful Abigail Camp
bell a few years ago was the climax
of his happiness, nnd upon her was
lavished the devotion which coiihh
(rum holding tho Ideal woman sac
redly lu tho heart It was a perfect
union, and tl I" life nt their resi
dence on I'ent'ir'la streot gave much
Impplnefn to their fi lends whom they
we ii uW.iva ontoi talnlng. Prince
Davlub remains will airlvu lu tho
Manchuria and u Unynl funeral will
piobably ho hold. The sympathy ot
tho community is extended to Her
Mtijosty Queen Ltlluoknlahl und tho
dual of the relatives and friends w,u ,., lim, cmRU ft glmiBe of
nf lirt fnnnltnrd fltlil nilllllu WHH nrOK.
ent. Flags nnd streamers of flowers -Mrs. Crooker, who stopped nnd shook
foimcd the decorations of tho hall.
Mr. Trunk Damon opened tho exer
cises and tho following program was
Mr. 1'. W. Damon.
Thank the Creator
F. Fred. Hemming
Piano: (a) Morning (Jrcetlng; (b)
Mlbchlovous Hoy C. Guilltt
Song of tho Wines. ...T. C. Milker
u Coaxing Hannah Smith
b Ileart's-llase Waltz . . . Forrcbt
' Kn Lin Wun.
Songs in Unison: (n) The Carpen
ter; (h) The I.lzuul
Mrs n F. Weai
Primary and Intermediate Classes.
Part Songs: (a) Woodbind Voices,
(b) Tho Clouds.. ..Francis Lloyd
Piano: Hide a Cock Horso
Neuton K. Swift
Part Song:. Hall to Thee, Child ot
tho Earth Henry Smart
Piano: "In Happy Mood ........
Uehr.- Op. 573. No. 4
a Knpiolanl Tennyson
b Charley Dickens
c The Crowning Indignity. .Nosblt
Songs in Unison: (a) Tho Wind:
lb) Singing; (c) Shadow Song;
(d) .Swing Song
. . . Robert Louis Stevenson
Primary and Intermediate Classes.
Kiial'H 'Quintet Club.
Trio: Lift Thluo Kyes.from "Elijah"
u The Tin Soldier. .. .Otto Hoclfh
h At Sunset Curl Relnccko
n l.lttlo lllrdlo W. Alettor
h Weailness ,, . ,llauinfelder-Uloso
Vocnr Solo Solcctod
Mrs. Annie LUalohu Hall.
Part Song: Chorus of Spinning
Maiden V. Hictiborg
Kuu Homo Ku-Kauwo
Hawaii Ponol. .
From Washington Letter
A letter fiiim a woll-known soclo
ty woman of San Francisco and Ho
nolulu Is of much Intel est and will
giio pleasure, I know. Sho was In
Washington when tho letter was
"Quite a full day yesterday. I
heard Mlnlbtcr Wu In tho morning nt
a woman's club whcie ho told of his
vegetarian diet, exactly the samo as
that at Ilnttlo Creek, and he was
hands, all excitement on account of
tho Civic-League meetings she Is at
tending, lu tho afternoon I saw u
tlful Jewelry. 1 will tell you later
about tho Itoobcvclt dinner and Mis.
Longworth's AM Ionic."
Tho cablegram with the sad news
of Prince David's death catno loo
late on Tuesday night to postpone
sight 1 would not have missed for a iUo llnliliitt tea which occuired on
good iloaj. It was tho laying of the Vteiiiicailay, for tho cards had been
corner-stone of tlm biilldlnir donated: ut for a week nnd u half and It was
by Carnegie for tho South American
Republics. Imagine an lmmcnso
open spaco occupied by thousands ot
people, then on the four sides raised
beats about twenty deep, covered
with awiilugs, tings Hying overy-
wucre, the marine hand, one of the
Kit en for an old friend. The Carters
have iilvas been closely allied to
Royalty, and the greatest sympathy
and friendship exists between Her
Majesty and the family. Tho en
tertainment ickoIvciI itself Into a g.it-
den p.uty mid Mrs. Arthur Wood ro
It llkl l L IIU Itltll 1 11J 11111111) UIIU Ul IIIL-
first In the world, playing, mid at tclve'1 wl, Mis. Wlnfied llabbllt. It
ono end a largo place reserved for
the President, his party, nnd tho Dip
lomotle Corps; people everywhere, all
well-dressed, some very handsomely,
mid bright p.uasols where tho nwn
ing didn't reach. Jlrs. Perry l"!
moiit was Just In front of mu in i
black chiffon loose wrap, reaching to
her feet, that was one of those cio
ntlons Impossible to. describe When
tho President camu lu overouo stood
und tho hand played "Hail Colum
bia," Ills wife was with htm lu
light liluo; Secretaries Root, Wilson,
and other members ot tho Cabinet;
Mrs. Longworth came In later lu
light blue, largo straw hat with black
feathers, nnd she was quite a con
trast lo Cardinal Gibbons, wjio Bat
near her In red skull cup and led
gown. Wo n ro going to Mrs. Hoohc
volt's garden party next week, which
I will tell you of anon. Wo could,
hear the speakers well, straugo as It
may seem, in the open air. As the
Hag of each little republic went up
during tho ceremony the hand played
tho national air ot that particular
country, and at last, after tho twen
ty Hags enmo our splendid one, over
topping them nil, loud cheers mid
'Tho Star-Spnnglcd llannor' of (ho
band. The President's speech was
most Impressive; so Is tho man him
self; ono to Insplro you with tho be
lief In his honesty of purposo nn.1
his capacity lo do things. Ho Is all
strength, character, and determina
tion, every Inch a man, He paid a
glowing tribute to Root and of
(oiirso spoke of tho ships ono of his
hobbles. Some of tho guests nt A.'s
latest dinner woro very Interesting,
Mr. and Mrs. Foster woro there. Mis.
Foster lu lavender satin cmbioldcred
In pearls und stiver, pearl nccklnco,
and whlto feather In hair. Mr. Fos
ter Is the author of hooks on diplo
macy. Ho Is a distinguished niiin,
was Secretary ot Stato under Iliurl-,"
son, Ambassador to almost ovcry
country In Europo, nlso Mexico, nnd
n inomber of tho Peaco Conforenfco at
Tho Hague. Mrs. Paisons, a most
interesting woman, tall, young and
willowy, In pink satin, who was Miss
Clowes of Now York, nnd rrealed u
sensation by writing a book on tho
marrlago relation which was so un
favorably criticized In tho papers
thut her father bought up the wholo
edition and suppressed It. The 01-
cotts are New York howling awolls.
(lulto Interesting. Ho speaks well
The closing exercises of tho pupils with a strong accent nnd hesitates n Sho was in whlto. very liandBotne, and
or ltuwfiiauno ocmiuury wero unui,uuu ueai, out ms language is wen Mrs, DalzclI, in nalo blue, woro Ueatl
wan a erv pleasant affair, prettily
can led out. the green lawn with Its
inutc ting trees arfurdlng n cool and
Bhadv place for the guests who weie
cousuiiil) coming and going. Miss
Charlotte Carter prefonted everybody
to I lie giiesl-of-honor und at the ta
bid presided Mifa. Albeit .liidd. Mrs.
Arthur Walt, Mrs. (loodale, Mrs.
Oemge Potter, Jlrs. MoJ,t-Smlth, Miss
Lilly Pat. Mrs. Young. Mis. A. (i.ut
ley. The tall hedge lundo an nitlstlc
wieen for the tea and toffee tables,
which weie decorated with loses.
Aiming the guo3ts were Mrs. tl 11. '
Cuter, Mrs. Usbourne, .Mrs. Andrew
Fuller. Mrs. Mary Wlddelleld, Mis.
W. O. Smith, Mis. W. U Stanley, Mrs.
A. M. Ill own, 'Mrs. Alexander Lind
say and her sister, Miss Yoiing, Mrs.
M. M. S.'OU, Miss llrown, Mlns Scott,
Mrs. Iliiindon, Mis. .1. O, C.n li'i, Mrs.
von llamm, Mih. A. Young, Mrs.
Ilerg, Miss I). Ruth Young, Ms. J.
S. Walker, Mrs. S. U. Wilder, .Mrs.
Gerrlt Wilder. Mrs. Laura Wight.
Miss ICIla Wight, Mrs. Poiklns, Mrs. '
Dunning, Mrs. Rces, Mrs. Randolph,
Mrs. Ernest Wnterhouse, Mrs. W.i-j
terlioiihe, Mis. IreiL Caller, Misses
Wnterhouse, Mis. llrulneid Smith,
Mrs. II, F. Dillingham, Mrs. Eidinan,
Mrs. van Valkcnberg, MUs. Weight,
tho Misses Walker, Mrs. James Judd,
Mis. Laiighorne, Mrs. M. Phillips,
Miss (iiceu. Miss Violet Damon, Mis.
Angus, Mrs. L. Illiickman, Miss Bald
win. Miss K. Smith, Mis. Montague
Cooke, .Mis. J. O. Oilman, Miss Gil
man, Mis. J. P. Cooke, Mrs. Chillies
Wight, Mis. von Holt, Mrs. Robert
Leweis, Mrs. McGrow, Mrs. Chailes
Cooper, Miss Hardaway and many
Miss Margaret Castlo was llio host
ess nf u pietty luncheon on Friday, In
honor of Mjss Achilles, lu tho centor
of the table was a mound of la Franco
'oses und nialdeiihnlr. Tho placo
cards vein hundpaiiited heads, and at
earh plate weio bouquets ot In Fiuiico
ios.es and maldcn-halr. Tho guests
Included Mrs. Richard Cooke, Misses
Allro Hedeinaiin, Cm men Clowe, Ho
ntilco Castlo, lnnard Schaofer, Allco
Mrs. Ileinlco Wnlbrldgo was the
hostess of u dinner lust evening In
honor ot many gucstB of tho convoca
tion Mr. and Mrs. ParkB nnd Miss Troar
nrrlved In tho Slbeiln and aro located
nt tho Young hotel.
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There have been four generations of STEINWAY pianomakers
WILLIAM STEINWAY, the first; THEODORE and WILLIAM, the
second; CHARLES, who is president of the Company? and five oltur
STEINWAYS, who are heads of the different departments. Several
young STEINWAYS are in the business, being instructed to take up
the work later. THEODORE STEINWAY was the world's latest
genius in Piano construction.
The result is that the STEINWAY PIANO has no peer.
We sell them and our other Pianos at an honest price and easy