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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1008.
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IF money is worth saving our Ads are worth reading;
"Busy June" for us means money saved for you.
Our goods are up to the highest standard of quality, for
we keep no inferior goods in stock no matter how low the
price. OUR GUARANTEE IS MONEY-BACK
II OUR SPECIALTIES THIS WEEK ARE TRULY MONEY-SAVERS
Get Ready For the Fleet Ball
nnr. I1IES; THE FLEET WILL SOON BE HERE. IT'S TIME TO
On Tllisy A FEW SUGGESTIONS OF MATERIALS SUITABLE FOR
CHENILLE DOTTED NET
very new and stylish; In white,
pink, and Light blue.
WHITE SILK LISSE
with black polka dots.
CREPE DE CHINES
in pretty delicate tints.
new; in white and delicate col
iji all white and pretty floral dc
ngns. HNEAPFLE SILKS
in whit:, black, and evening
SITK DRESS NETS
in white and black, point de sprit
effects and figured.
in light blue and pink.
WE WANT TO SEE OUR PATRONS FROM HAWAII, MAUI, KAUAI,
AND MOLOKAI TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIALS.
SEND US YOUR ORDERS. WE WILL FDLL THEM WITH SPECIAL
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
LINEN LAWNS At correct prices: 24-inch Linen Lawn, sheer and
fine, 10l and 50 a yd.
WAISTING LINEN Fine, nuality, 3Q inches wide, 75 a yd.
EXTRA FINE" SHEER LINEN 36 inches wide, at J?1.25 a yd.
BOSOM LINEN-r-Extra fine, 30 inches wide, 75 a yd.
NAINSOOKS, LONG CLOTH, INDIA LINONS Economically priced.
WHITE NAINSOpK Fine and sheer, full width, 20 a yd.
WHITE NAINSOOK Fine quality, 12-yard pieces, at S?2.75 a.piece.
LONG CLOTH Fine quality, 12-yard pieces, at $2.75 a piece.
MERCERIZED BATISTE Exceptionally fine and sheer, 42 inches
wide, 350 a yd.
INDIA LINONS Extra good values, fine and sheer, 6 yds. for 81.
INDIA LINON 10-yard pieces, extra good quality, 81.75 a piece.
PERSIAN LAWN Extra fine, 25i a yd.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
6Uc Fancy Ribbons, 35 a yd.
--tt-' Dresden effects and fancy
Special Reduction In
Colors: White, Navy, and Red:
$3.50 quality $2.00
?4.25 quality S3.50
$4.75 quality ?3.00
New Corset Cover
New patterns; correct widths; a
variety to select from; 60 a yd.
A SPECIAL IN
All wool; 52 inches wide; $1,25
quality; at 05 a yd.
SPECIAL IN WASH GOODS.
Sheer, soft material in dainty pat
terns and delicate colorings; 40c
quality; 30rt a yd.
Red Table Damask, full width; 60c
quality; 45$ a yd.
Lisle Thread Gloves
Two-clasp, washable, white, grey,
tan, black, andbrown; G0 a pair.
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SOCIAL CHATTER sz HOME TALK s
rALKING parties arc all the
rase just at present, and
Ul last Sunday a particularly
WW jolly one took the direction
I ot the Pall and plcnlced
many miles from that his
toric spot. Punchbowl, around Dia
mond Head and even from town to
. iftr -& ii iito chofen paths in which
tt) lm ih it uperahundance of flesh,
or harden those flabby muscles. Even
tenia U. not half so popular just now
as walking, and, at certain times of
tho day one can See mysteriously
veiled humanity all on walking bent.
This is certainly a healthful fad, and
one to bo encouraged.
Mrs. Herman Focke was tho host
ess on Monday of a beautiful luncheon
at ber Nuuanu valley residence.
There were three tables each decorat
ed In yellow, pink and lavendar. Rib
bons of the three colors were suspend
ed Jrou tho chandelier In tho center
of,' the room and the pink, yellow and
laven)ir ribbons wero attached to the
tllffount ti'drs. thus carrying oulj tho
pn'iicuta'' vh. ,0'iemo in a very
artistic nu.nnc. Duchess roses were
a' the pink ta lie. -while yellow 'coro
opsls made the yellow table most ef
fective. At tho lacndar tablo were
lilies uf the same shado and violets.
Much laughter and chitchat combined
with the delicious luncheon, which
one can always be assured ot at tho
Fockes, made the nffnlr a successful
one. Many of tho guests stayed on
for bridge. Among those prescut were
Mrs. F. M. Swanxy, firs. Francis Day
Mrs. George Carter, ' Mrs. Achilles,
Mrs. Dunning, Mrs. Rccs, Mrs. F.
Klamp, Mrs. Rodlck, Mrs. S. 0, Wil
der, Mrs. Paul Isenbcrg, Mrs. Will
Kinney, Mrs George Potter, Mrs.
Charles Cooper Mrs Cllve Duvles.
Mrs. George Davles, Misses Ward
Margaret and Cordelia Walker.
Of interest Is tho following clipping
from the Call: Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Josselyn and their daughters will re
main in town until. July 1, when they;
lio'pe to be able to tako possession of
their new home in San Mateo.' This
is tho first summer ofr several years
that they have not taken a trip
abroad, tho double reason ot Miss
Gertrudo's apsaoachlng marriage and
the building of, the new home keep
ing them here. The San Mateo homo
Is one of the handsomest In the llttlo
town and is built entirely In tho Mex
Mrs. Lansdale spent somo tltno here
and is very well known socially. Tho
Call says: Mrs. Philip Van Home
Lansdale Miss Uiura Hamilton, Miss
Alexandra Hamilton and Miss Bertha
Sidney 8mlth will leave this week for
New York, sailing n nice for Europe
wherr ill fniii- i'l p nil the summer
month M 1 mi Kil. nnd Mis
Smith us i in HM ..bpi.ui Indefinitely
but Mi8 Hoi niton iml Miss Alexand
ra wilt retit n Jo .town before tho open
ing of tlir mn'cr ie:ion.
MIs Mu i n'lnirn was hostess at
a lunch i.' hi 'lhursday last, her
guests In n n group of society wo
men and slils f'Pin thU side of the'
bay. Altgci the luncheon, guests and
hostess eniujeil r, g.imo of bridge
before returning to town. Call.
Mlts Madge Colburn was one of
Mrs. Harry Maefarlano's bridesmaid
and spent scverel weeks here.
Mrs. Chirlcs Spcrry, wile of Rear
Admlr.il Spcrry, was hostess at a
luncheon i tatuiduy last. Tho al
fair took plate at the Peninsula hotel
whero tho Spcrrys have secured bail
ments Tor tho summer. s. F. Call.
Cards hnc boon received as fol
lows: Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert W. Ros
ens request the honor of your pres
ence at the marriage of their daugh
ter, Marietta, to Mr. Paul Anderson
Dlnsmore, on Wednesday evening.
.Tuno the twenty-fourth, one thousand
nine hundred and eight at halt after
clgH o'clock, 8t. Paul's church, Oak-
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GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM is highly
recommended by leading society and profewloiial
ladiee, and cannot b tnirpawed when preparing
or evening attire.
Jfo. f IOK SALE DY DRUGGISTS AND FANCY GOODS DEALtRS
FERD. T. HOPKINS, Proprietor, 37 Great Jones Street. New York
Miss Hoscns Is tho pretty girl who
visited MIbb Bertha Young not so very
At Mrs. Henry Waterhouso's tea
last week in honor of Mrs. Wood,
those in the receiving line were Mra.
A. Fuller, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Qalt, Mrs.
Lowrey, Mrs. Richards and Mrs.
Alonzo Gartley. Mrs. A. Lewis pre
sided at the tea table; assisted by
Mrs. Ross, who poured coffee. 'Among
others assisting were the Misses Vat-
crhouso (3), Nora Sturgeon, Walker,
Alexander ana xnrs. Aiocri water
house. This has been a busy week at Hale-
iwa Hotel, especially June 11th, tho
Hawaiian holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Jus.
A. Kennedy organized au auto party
for a round-the-Island trip, which is
becoming popular. Twenty-seven
were In their party and it took Beven
machines to carry them. They reach
ed Halelwa Hotel at 2 p. ra. A very
pretty dinner table was set for their
party and they returned at 9 p. m. to
Honolulu. There were about eighty
guests ut Halelwa Hotel that duy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kennedy's party
was composed ot: Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. l-'ieil. J. Low
rey, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. V. Kenton,
Prof, and Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. C. Hedc-
maun, Mr. C. K. Hcdemuun, Miss Al
ice Hcdemann, Miss Erllng llcile-
niann, Mr. Edmund Hcdcmunn, Mr.
C. Clowe, Mr, Harold Castle, Mr. J.
A. McCandless, Miss Jessie K. Ken
nedy, Mr. J. D. Kennedy, Mr. Stanley
Kennedy, Mr. Lewis Renton, Mr. Al
lan Renton, Mr. F. L. Hoogs, Mr. Al
lan Lowrey,- Mr. J. 0. McCandless,
Miss Irene Flsber, Miss G. Webster,
A dance was given at the Young
hotel Wednesday evening, Juno 10, by
some of Honolulu's young men. Those
present were: Chnperones Mr. und
Mrs. W. L. Whitney, Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
H. Olsen. Misses Ethel Spaldlug,
Grace Webster, Irene Fisher, Marlou
Wnterhouse, Anna Tucker, Sadio
Towle, Jultetto Perrln, Violet Damon,
Ray Bell, Constanco Restnrick, Holla
McCorrlston, Blanche" Sppcr, Alice
Mnctarlano, Eleanor Watcrhouso,
Codle Cardcn, Florence and Serina
Bland, and Sarah Lucas. Messrs. Der
went Kennedy, W. L. Warren, R. V.
Mitchell, Stanley Kennedy, K. W. Sut
ton, 0. H. Whitney, 8. Blckqrton, W.
A. Grcenwell. C. Livingston, W. L.
Castlo, ArtMr Mackintosh, Jack
Young. F. S. Warren, W. Carden. W.
Rycroft, Climtav Schaefcr, Robert Mc
Corrlston, Alfred Cooper. Tho danc
ing lasted from 8:30 p. m. until 1 a,
m the now barn danco being a unique,
feature. Tho music waB furnished by
the Kaal orchestra.
n a a
One of'the agreeable events of tho
week was tho "nt home" given by Mrs.
Howard Hitchcock, of Judd street, mi
Monday In honor of Mrs. Arthur
Wood, who is being so much enter
tained, and Miss Lilian Sargent, ot
Now York. Mrs. Charles Cooper as
BlBtcd In receiving and MrB. Gartley
.1 met, every uody at tho door. Tea tables
on tho lanal and dining room wcro
MISS PHOEBE K. HEEN
Who Will Be tl.e Valedictorian of the
I -. Classof1008, Oaliu ColleRe
I " "' r r rr r ' '-''r-
profusely ilecoriigteil with lilies, la
iFinuCe iobck and geraniums. Tho
'large tea tablo wnsj presided aer by
Mis Ernest WateihoiiFo mul Mrs.
j Pratt, who poiirud toa ami coffee.
I Among the charnilng young glils who
helped wore Misses Doils Gardler,
j Alice Cooper, Alice Spalding, Gladys
Rycroft, Alico Bond, Almcda Town
send. Among thoso present wero Mrs.
George Caiter, Mrs, Achilles, Miss
I Achilles, Mrs. von Holt, MrB. Gait,
.Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mrs. McOrow,
I Mrs. Paul Isenbcrg, Mrs. Will Kinney,
Mrs. E. Ross, Mrs. Waterhouso, Sr.,
Mrs. Fred WaterhouBO, Misses Wnt-
'trlintlcr, .?! 1a l n ' Cntllt 1a
'James Judd, Miss Agnes Judd, Mrs,
Laura Wight, Mrs. Georgo Renton,
Sirs. Fred C.irtor, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. A.
Lewis, Mrs. Albert Judd, Misses Hart
well, Mrs. II. Waterhouso, Miss Nora
Sturgeon, Miss Carter, Mrs. Babbitt,
Mrs. J. O. Carter, Miss Itardaway,
Miss Ward, MUh Ella Wight, Mrs.
Simpson, Mrs. Cllvo Davles, Mrs.
Georgo Davles, Mrs. Rycroft.
"The Man of the Hour," which was
presented ut tho Opera House on
Tuesday and Thursday evenings, was
rendered by clever amateurs who
gave a thoroughly good performance
ot the political play. It was a star
cast and the parts were taken with
skill. Unfortunately, not much has
been said In tho papers about tho
play and there wero empty beats,
which should not have been. Tho ac
tors deserved a lurge audlonce, nnd
gcncious applausoi for not often does
one have such an excellent cast. It
wns one of the cleveres't amateur per
formances over witnessed here, The
complete cast was as follows:
Chas. Wnlnwrlght....W. L. Emory
Alwyn Bennett W. D. Adams
Scott R. Glbbs E. K. Arnold
Richard Horrigan. .. .A. E. Murphy
James Phelani Geo. C. Potter
Perry Carter Wnlnwrlght
.'. . William Warren
Judge Nowman Jas. A. Wilder
Henry Thompson Mr. Webb
William Ingram Mr. Conness
n. P. Roberts W. E. Kerr
Henry Wellars G. C. Schaefer
Arthur Payne L. S. Conness
Mills J S. Wight
I Miss Nellie McLaln
Cynthia Gurrison Mrs. Webb
Mrs. Bennett Mrs. McLennan
The Union Grill, which Is always
u popular-result, was the sceno of a
pretty dinner on Thursday evening,
tho host nnd hostess being Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. C. Pnchcco, in honor of Mr.
J. E. Rocha, of Hllo. The table, beau
tlfully decorated with flowers und
ferns, mudo amartlstlc showing. Tho
guests Included Mr. , and MrB. Gaspar
Sllva, Mr. and Mrs. Scabury, Mr. und
Mrs. L. A. Perry.
The engagement Is announced of
Miss Edith Jones of San Rafael und
Mr. George Cooper, who Is connected
lth thu English .diplomatic service
In 81.1UI. Miss Jonea U u sister of
Mis. Kobort Renton Hind (Eleanor
Jones), who hlnce her marrlngo lii
February, has resided In Honolulu,
und (he utithm-e&s of that very clever
etory, "Salllu Muiid in Siaui," which
was written uftor a dollulitful trip
I through tho Oriont, whole she first.
' met Mr. Cooper. No definite date Inn.
been set for tho wedding. '
Everybody Is looking forward to
Mrs. Mary Qunn's dancing party thin
, evening nt tho Moana ',hotcl at 8
o'clock, Tho tickets, which are open
to the public, are only one dollar. Af
ter 10 o'clock thero will bo gcnoral
I dancing. Mrs. Gunn has Bomo clover
little oncS who will Blng new Bongs
tnud givo new dances.
' Probably Moanalua golf links wo.'e
as popular on Kamehameha Day a
mny pait or the countryside.. Thcru
, wore many excellent games In prog
ress nnd tho friendly luncheon basket
' much In evidence. At tho Moana Ho
tel crowds of people took their lunch
on tho beach nnd toyed with Neptune.
Tea baskets uIbo were often seen nnd
tho friendly llttlo tea parties looked
very cozy. Tho pork and Country
Club were well patronized and there
t were many picnics of a privato char
ncter. I MrB. William E. Tnylor, who Is still
In tho hospital, will tako n six months'
' trip to tho Coast as soon as her health
admits. She will vUlt her father In
San Francisco and probably go on to
Colorado Springs. This will be on ex
cellent opportunity of renting tho
nrtlstlc llttlo cottage In Bates streot.
which, Is bo deslrnblo from ovcry olnt
Society with groatest regret hears
Of tho serious condition of Mrs. Hydo.
who 1b now nt tho St. Xnvler. Hor
daughters, Mrs. Aioxnndcr Garccan
and Mrs, Hyde-Smith, aro continually
at her Bide, wlillo Mrs. Camllo Martin,
who was Miss Fanny Hyde, Is hasten
ing home from Europe to join tho anx
ious members of tho family. Call.
Mrs. Hydo hns since died nnd thus
many families are In mourning,
among thorn being Mrs. Harold Dll
1 llngham, who was a granddaughter of
Mrs. Carmella Hyde.
Mrs. Chnilcs Cooke, who entertains
bo well, was the hostess of n large but-
fct lunch nt I.uakaha notl ong since.
The profusion of (lowers and ferns
wero greatly admired. Among the
guests wero Mrs. F. M. Swiuizy, Mrs
Dunning, Mrs. Wndhams, Mrs. McKlu-
'non, Mrs. M. Cooke, Mrs. Richard
i Cooke, Mrs A. Cooke, Mrs. Rees, Mrs.
Allan White, Mrs. Walter Brluckcr-
hoff, Mrs. II. Macfarlano, Jr., Mrs.
Davles, Mrs. Andrew Fullei, Mrs.
! Mott-Smlth, and many othcis.
Major nnd Mrs. Dunning g.ivo n
dinner at Fort Hhnfter not long ngu
nt which wero present MrB. Ewell,
Major and Mrs Wndhams, Mrs. Mc-
Klunon. Mis. Ewcll Is a guest of her
slster-ln-?law, Mrs. Lyon, nnd shu will
visit Mrs. Dunning tit Fort Shatter
Mrs. Blckeriou and Mr. Spencer
Blcl.-erton have gono to their WalklVl
resldenco for n fow weeks. This beau
tiful place, i,o conveniently located, Ir.
for sale, mid fortuiiato Indeed will be
tho ono who purchases tho property,
A shady walk of palms leads directly
from the house to tho bench and the
giounds lire a nuibs of tropical veid
mo. Tho house, a bungalow with
largo airy rooms, is conveniently
built, Tho grounds uio not too extens
ive for oven an old man to look after,
and tho ten-house and boat-house add
greatly to tho old fashioned-charm of
tho place. The price asked Is very
Next Friday evening Miss Dc 1'Ar
llgue's dancing class for children,
which meetK nt Mrs. von Holt's for
the Ian: tltro this season, will givo a
cotillion, the figures of which will b
very pietty. Refreshments nndulntu
lles will be terved. Mlhs do 'lAitlgue
has labored faithfully nnd well, tho
class showing good results. Among
I ho families who send their llttlo ones
to her are Mrs. Georgo Carter, Mrs.
Schaefei, MrsWhlto, Mrs. J. O.
Young, Mrs. Gait. Mrs. Holloway and
Mrs. von Holt's five,
Thero was a most Interesting recit
al at tho Piloiy on Fililay afternoon
by the pupils of tho school. Next
Tuesdny n flower foto will bo given
at which a queen will bo chosen, and
In I lie Sunday school .room thero will
bo an oxhlbltlon qf tho drawing nnd
sewing which has been .accomplished
during tho past term.
Tho Klamp mansion Is undergoing
many great Improvements, carpenters
being most busily engaged ln chang
ing several paits of the house.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Moller loft Wnllku
Wednesday for Oaliu, whero -they will
make their ruturo home. Mr. Moller
has been head sugar holler for the
Walluku Sugar Company for secral
years nnd has niudo many friends
whllo here. Mrs. Moller wns promi
nent In church and social circles.
Mrs. Clcghorn, tho nleco of Govern
or Cleghorn, departs for Sydney the
first of next month. Mrs. Cleghorn
hns made many friends whllo here
and her departure is greatly regret
ted. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fnrster aro en
joying their outing ut tho Cooper
bungalow on Tantalus. They will ic
tiiru tho first of next week to thu Con
sulatu on King street.
Judge nnd Mrs. F. M. Hatch nnd
daughter aro to spent pari of the
summer In the Adlrondacka. They
may possibly return to Honolulu In
Rov. and Mrs. Westcrvclt and child
liavo gone to Hllo for six weeks.
They will-spend n portion of tho tlmu
at tho Volcano House.
.Mr. J. R. Daggett's pretty bungalo'v
nt Kaimukl Is about finished. Ho ex
pects to letuni in thu autumn with
his nieces to occupy It.
Mrs. Wiilbildgo'und Miss Annio
I'ails mo at the Davles' resldenco on
Tantalus. Miss Park, who has been
so 111 Is fast legalnlng her health.
Former .Governor Carter and family
Included Mrs. Achilles and daughter,
have gone to Kni'Kor, llielr heacli. res
idence, for n few weeks.
Mrs. Kll7nbotli Frcctli . announces
thu engagement of her daughter, Dor
otliy Muriel, to Mr. W. II. Campbell,
of tho Flrbt Nullonal Bank.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis Gay depart
ed for Kauai, on Thursday after hav
ing been pleasantly entertained dur
ing their ten days' visit here.
Allss Lottlo Leo Hartwell, a daught
er of Judgo Hartwoll, Is engaged to
be married to Mr. Cheatham, un Eng
lishman icsldlng In Boston.
Tho now and pretty bungalow of
tho Blackmails In College Hills Is of.
fered foi rent for tho'summer months
at n very low figure.
Mrs. Edward Tenney and family aro
going to tho Volcano for tho summer
months their big touring car accom
u a a
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhodes aro
Bpendlng two weeks at W.nhlawa.
which Is so popular.
Mrs, E. s. Cunha wns n passenger
In tho Nevadan and will go to a beach
resort for her health.
Mr. and Mrs. Wahlron expect to
movo to their new residence tho mld
dlo of next month.
Professor nnd Mrs. Griffiths of Puna-
lion college oxpect to spend tho sum
mer In Japan.
Governor and Mrs. dcorgo Carter
aro at their country placo for n fow
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