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Our Annual Remnant Sale Will Be Announced Shortly
New Smart Veilings and
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
The new CHANTILLY SQUARE
VEIL in navy blue and brown, edged
CHIFFON SQUARE VEILS, hem
stitched in all the leading colors,
at $1.50 each.
The new plain MESH VEILING,
black, white, brown, and navy, at
no a yd.
CHENILLE DOT TUXEDO VEIL
INGS, in all the leading colors, at
:$5tk and 50.
CHIFFON VEILINGS with satin
edee in the leading colors, at 50 a
New Dress Nets
For Waists and Dresses. The pop
ular Filet Net in plain, double width,
at SI. 35 p. yd.
Figured Filet Net
Neat designs, double width, at
SI.10 a yd.
Fancy Wash Nets
With rinc dots, double width, new
All Cars Pass or
To Our Doors
For covering card tables; two
yards wide, at $1.50 a yd.
A new assortment, including the
Tourist style. Curling Irons from
MEW WASH MATERIALS
A HIGH-GRADE MATERIAL-THAT IS WASHABLE: will not
lose its lustic ; in solid cblors, pretty plaieb and checks.
TRICE, 30 A YD.
NEW PRINTED BATISTE
ENIIPK NEW DESIGNS in large and small patterns; beautiful
colorings, extra fino quality. G YDS. FOR $1.00
NEW WHITE GOODS
AN ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT to select from. Pretty Mercer
ized Madras for waists and skirt3. P. K. effects for skirts
and suits; all r.cw designs.
PRICES: C YDS. FOR $1; 20 and 25 YD.
Mirage is the triumnh of the sea
tcr. fox plain silks, soft and lustrous,
a silk that will rive satisfaction;
colois: dclf, silver grey, golden brown
and navy. Price, $1.50 a yd.
Handsome Filet Trimmings to
A new assortment of Real Maltese
Laces with Insertions to match.
A NEW LOT OF REAL HAND-MADE
N. S. SACH
THE STORE WITH THE KONEY-BACK POLICY'
S DRY GOODS
rn lA Smyrna Laces
V if ."" WITH INSERTIONS TO MATC
WITH INSERTIONS TO MATCH.
i I1 ' A new assortment of Double Thread
Val.' Laces with Insertions to match.
'A SAMPLE LINE OF
Infants and Children's
THE CUTEST' AND PRETTIEST
YOU ' HAVE1 EVER- SEEN,
AND NO TWO
White Serge Box Reefers
Prsttily trimmed. A variety of
strict to select iro'm. Prices from
White P.K. Coats
Sonic trimmed in lace, some with
embroidery; a number of different
stvlcr,, and no two alike. Prices
range from $2.50 upward.
If it's to bo had
you will find it
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. SOCIAL CHATTER C HOME TALK
illi: COMMANDKK-IN-CIIinr gus. the Misses Angtt?. t'io MKcs ami her mother arc soon to ball lor
nnil tlio captains nnd ofllcers t.litli and Alice Spalding, Mrs. Hah- the Oiioiit. Tho guests Included
or tho U. S. flagship ConnectI- 'I1'' Dr- Cofcr, JIi antl Mrs. Tcnncy, Mistcs Heutrico Cattle, Allic ilcdo-
cut entertained their friends Miss Tcnncy. the Mlbsej Cattou. tho nianu, Dmlly Illcc, Jo.slc Kennedy,
on Mumlav ut a recentlon on Misses Pat), Miss Alloc Mucfailnno, Alius Cooke; MebSis. Stanley Kitinc-
hoard ship. Long before one Mis. Mary Oiiim, Mrs. F. II. Humph- 1, Dciwcnt Kennedy, Kdmund lied-
vv el. eliminated l:i a via mo on Wed-i black and cold. Among those pros- songs, nlitlo "Hilly" Wanen gnvo
r.oMla; f.vonfnCTcn by Judso nndic,lt"weru",',rrat;r'clov0-rno1" n",l M,s- huver"l ."musing monologue: which
.... ... ..-.. . . ... ... . .... n,.Tr Hiilnr Ml- nml Mini Imniit. WOTO t'anlt.1115' glVCll
.n niiincy naiion ill 'aur lcsiuence """ ...., - .- Alimil twentv pimih eiiloved
, ...,..... -. -.-.. ... no Ifninluin Mr nml Mru HuMi-im AllOHl IVV CIllJ gllCS'S C11J0JIU
in J null nil cut.
nsccndod the gangplank strains of rls, Mr. anil Mrs. Fnrrlngton, Mr.
brilliant music greeted tho ears, nml "' Mrs. Afong. Mrs. Heusbacht. Mr.
on the wharf, closely watched, was a and Mrs. Rhodes, Miss llcrtha Young,
pet bear, which attracted the atten-Mr. and .Mrs. von Hamin, Captain and
Hon ot ovcrybody. He was such a Mrs. Southerland, the MIsscj South
friendly hear that 0110 pretty glrl'erland, Mrs. Lo llrcton, Miss Mills,
trlcl to fondle him. nt tlinimh lie -Mrs. Casllemun, .Mr. and Mrs. A
omann, Harold Castle, Uuy.Miu-rar-
lane, Allan l.owrc..
Among tho guests 'ut Jtnlgc llarl-
wcll's liiteieitlnp dinner on Monday
evening were Judge S.inrord 11. Hole.
Admiral Snoiry, Admiral Canpa, Ad-
wcro n Kitten, and a scream and a
faint wcro the lcsult. Flags, bunt
ing, and greens were everywhere. At
tho head of tho gnngplnnU two ofll
cers met all tomers and escorted them
to Admiral Spcrry and Captain Os
terhaus, who were assisted In receiv
ing by Mrs. Williams.
The quarterdeck was gay with
flags and many cosy corners wero dis
creetly hidden from view by tall
palms. Everywhere life and color,
merriment and happiness.
Tho crack Naval band played for
dancing throughout the afternoon,
nnd tho officers wcio most nttentlve
to their fair guests. A visit to tho
officers' quarters below was, of
course. Included In tho afternoon's
entertainment, and a perfect "Navy
punch" was dispensed by hospitable
officers In the wardroom, accompa
nied by delicious solid sandwiches,
Ices, nnd cakes. Souvenir ribbons
wero ghen away, nnd tho light fan
tastic toe tripped to cxhlllratlng mu
sic until after six.
Many of the Officers wcro at l'earl
Harbor, but thoso present nmply
mado up for the enforced absonco by
their enthusiastic attentions.
Admiral Spcrry, a most dlstln-gulshcd-looMug
man, danced ns
lightly ns his youngest lieutenant
Captain Ostcrhaus greeted everybody
with tho fascinating smile for which
ho it famot's.
Nuval officers certainly know how
to talk to women, nnd many a sweet
nothing was poured into willing cars
" and forgotten by both Just as lightly
ns it was spoken. That Is tho
chnim nothing lasts, and everything
is always now nnd fresh,
,. Tho Invitations weio gotten out bo
hurriedly that many did not receive
them until tho day after, but theio
was, n larg gathering and Included
fiovemor Fiear, Secretary of tho
Territory Krnest Mott-Smlth and
Mrs. Mott-Smith, tho other heads of
tho Territorial Government the Ad
mirals, Captains, nnd Ofllcers of tho
Army nnd Nnvy, and their wives, Ma
jor and Mrs. Dunning and the offi
cers and ladles of Fort Shatter, Com
' mandor and Mrs. Urea, the officers
nnd their wives of tho Navy, tho
Consular Corp, 'ho National Ounrd,
Judge and Mi- '.Stanley, Judgo nnd
Mrs, Scldon Klngshun, T.Iia Hallou,
Jillrns Stanley, Mrs. l.anc, Mis. J, S.
-.AVnlker, Mrs, A. M. llrown, Mrs.
JHrnlnnrcl Smith, Mrs, Jordan, the
'Misses Jordan, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M.
Cooko, Miss Alice Cooke, Mr. and
llerg, l)r. and Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Mc-I'"1'"1 S'hroedor, Admiral Emory
fircw. Mlfcs Hnnhiway, Miss lien T.iy
lor, lllshop and Mrs. Kestarlck, Ml.) J
Constance Restarlck, Miss Slovens,
the Misses Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
Hnwes, Jr , Mr. and Mrs. Cllvo Da-
vlqs, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Davie?, Mr.
and Mrs. 1". M. Swanzy, Miss Swan
zy, Dr. and Mrs, Murray, Miss Lillian
Sargent, Miss l.orna Iaukea, l'ostmau-
ter and Mrs, Pratt, Miss Hunlco
l'rntt, Mr. and Mrs. James Cockburii.
With Younger Set
Among tho delightful events of last
week was tho hupper given by Mr.
Sherwood Lowrey In honor of Misses
May Hcnsau nnd Davis. Hoses dec
orated tho exquisitely nppo'lntcd ta
bles. It was a decidedly successful
affair, and the two gucsts-of-honor
aro 'charmed with their many Hono
lulu entertainments. Miss Hcnsau
Governor 1'ic.ir, Judge Hallou, Col.
A. U. II.iwc3, Caplnln Hcc3, Major
Dunning, Mi. Albeit Jtuld.
Last Saturday ovcnlng Mrs. Ausurt
us Kmidscn ntcrUlneJ nt dinner for
(iuveruor Fu-at, Captain and Mi'H.
Hccs, Dr. and Mr. l.-inihoriio. Dr. and
Mm. Walter Ilrlnckorhoff, Mlba Mnr-
r.uvt C.istlc, Dr. Cofcr. 1'lnk carna
tions and maidenhair mado mo tahiu
luivo :ou eccn tho loprlnt? at tho
Hawaiian News ot nil the cood nov
el) or the past fow c.irs? They 1110
well worth purchasing, and at one
half t'" usual price.
Mrs. Mary Ounn will sail In tho
Siberia for n Irlp In tho Coat.
It was oilglnally in
tuided for tho olflii'is of the Fleet
and when they sail"'! away on Wed
nesday oronlne it wjs dotldod to go
on with tho affair notwithstanding
tho nbtonco of the gucsts-uf-honor.
Tho lannl, artistically decorated by n
trellUcd celling, 'f 0111 which hung
Kieons nml (lowers, a clever arrange
ment of light maKliiB n most bccom-'I1'nnd (i), Miss I.o Hrcton, Admiral
ing glow. The 'icr-gil rooms are Just! Cnpim, (iiptnln Dxolcr, IT. S. A.,
pot feet for darlclug. and Kaai's or- '''" thllton, U. S. A., .Messrs.
I'lictta orcitpled tho alcovo at tho 'Hmry Macfarlnne, Will Koth, Charles
end of the dinwlng-room. A tolll-J Charles Dole, James Clarence, Harry
Inn, I.-I Iv Harry Mucfarlane, who Young. Rruce Cartwright. Jr., Cap
danced with Miss May Southerland ala Sinclair of tho Lurllnc, nnd
and .Miss I.e llrcton, was qulto tho j"'ny others,
feature of the evening, (lay caps, dee I
orated pipe's, and ninny other dainty Taicwell Luncheon
tilllcs woic given ns favors. Tho first! A delightfully lufornnl Aloha lunch
flguio wn en mnsquo and tho ladles (con was given Thursday on board tho
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weio c'lii en "In tho dark." ns It V " ' "-'".. omi, .. juat u-
us Knudben. Air. and Airs, (leurgc
riuruiiiiu, in. uiui ini a. iiaupwuc tlio town peoplo present being Mrs.
Mra. F. II. Ilunpihrls. Dr. nnd Ml, oornian, JIIss Sony, MIsh Uunnello.
anmes jiuiu, Airs, Ernest wuteriiouse,
Mr. nnd Mrs. (leorgo I'ollcr, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ralph Forstor, Major nnd Mrs.
Dunning, Mrs. 11 11 wen, Jr., Miss llai
rlet Soirthcri.t.nd, Mi33 Mary Souther
land, Miss Noru Still conn. Misses
of breeding making her moat notlco
.Ihle In 1110 iisteinbly of betiutlful
vomen. 'Mrs. I.o Hreton and her
daughter ifro guests nt tlio Young
Hotel. I.t. I.o Hicton, her ton, Is
with tho Fleet.
On Sunday ovculug Judgo nnd Mrs.
I Seldon Kingsbury entertained at tlm
Alexander Young hotel nt dinner In
honor of Captain W. C. Cnwles, of tin
Tho guests In-
Miss Tower and Miss Kailoy.
lor Visiting Friends
Mrs. Gray of King strcot. ciilcrtnlu
cd with a charmingly Informal lunclv
cull iniiiuaay 111 liuuor ui .nii i..u- .attlfHlilti Ki-ntnrkv
! !ltu T,v ,.,.,1 Ml.. Itunnnlln "alllOHUip UI'HtUCK.V,
of 'i-asadena, covers being laid fori"1"''01' Ml'- l,rt Mrs- Tcnney Peck am)
blx. Other giicalo included Mra.
Olive. Clark and Mm Chnpln.
A crjstnl vnso filled with cxqulslto
Friday 1110 turco I'lisadenans weio
; . jBIrs. KICIK
Mr .'' , Cooko, Mr
EftVrv nml Mid
and Mrs. Hottomloy, Dr.
I.nnghorne, Mr. and Mrs.
E" TOO) Potter, DeaconcsB Potter, Mrs. An
i' riKHi """
Nothing: adds zest to a little supper like
a bottle of Primo Beer. , j4.
And it's the best thing you could take;
it clears the brain, steadies the nerves', and
induces restful sleep.
It is never out of place at meals, for it is
one of the best aids to digestion the
2 1-2 per cent, of alcohol it contains-is
just enough to give a gentle stimulus to the
PRIMO BEER for HEALTH
r. s. s.
vvcie .1 feu. e of cloth being between "".. , "'"u", ",r "'"". """ ,' "3
., , ., . ,. , , . itralln, tho guests of compliment be-
them and their would-be partners, a ,K j8H , llmit.llBi M,ss jt,8alo
rnazqule dlbgiilslnc tho fuco. llnch ' Farley and Mips Grace Towor of Pa
man choosing fi 0111 across this well of udena. Tho artalr cainu ns tho laht
mvtli'ij hl-i putnor. It vns a gnyiof t:overal plcnsint cues In v,-lilch tho
Interlude and everybody Fccmed tojofllceiH of the Heller and the three
ontor Into the rpliit of tho nffalr.!,-',,,a1,,ul",u1 '"' l'HcipUed Tho
,, ' if. 11. .1 luncheon tab 0 wits spread In tho
The supper was nerved horn HttULllld room mvsi I111(1 ',,,. Iunclleon
tibleaon tl 1 lanal and dancing con-1 lhl, Bllest8 cnjcil looking over tlio
tlnui-1 in til 1 Into hour. Mrs. Hal- ur-ihy books and archives of the Bhlp.
The gay pulsating Ufa of tho pastlou vurc a veiy becumlns fiock of 'l"j Tower read homo original puro-
1 '- -. . ,iPS ()n Kipling's "lFnvoi" nnd "Tho
liuuaiyat or Omar Kliayjam," merry
. 1 .. ie,i were toul by gueots nnd hosts,
:.nil a tour of the bhlp undo the nftor
n t ti pas; u.ilc'.'ly. T'io finvcnlr
itivorB wcio Relief ribbons, nnd eov-
i" l amusing pictures taken of tho
1110 hosts of tho occasion wcro Dr.
Dunbar, Lieut. Commander of tho
bhlp: Paymarter Walter D. Sharpo.
Dr. Downy and Mr. Hurroughs. At
(he closo of tho luncheon n toast was
di nnk to tho tliii-u unfortunates Dr.
Howard Htrlno, Paymaster Sharpo
nnd Mr Hiirioiiglis, who 'aro to io
ci'lvp tin ir Initiation lulo tho court of
Neptunus Rex when tho equator Is
Mrs. Flora Goodnll llland and her
charming ilauulitors. MUbes Florence
1 nnd Serena Hlnnd of Pasadena, gavo
Inn elaborately appointed dinner Mnn
' ilny night at tho Plcasanlon, covers
befiig laid for tweuty-ono. Tho tublo
I wan laid In tho handsome prlvnto din
ing 100m nml tho ilecnratloiiB wero
(Tilled out In palo mauvo mid giceil.
In tho cenlor of tho tablo was 11 largo
1 ,iergno filled with palo orchid tinted
Balers and ninlden hnlr feins, vvhllo
tho candleB in ilellcalo rrybtai, were
fchnded In palest lavender, harmoniz
ing with tho dcllcalo tint of tho flow
cm Tho place cards wero In hooping
with tho other appointments and prov
ed dainty bouveulrs if 11 delightful
Among tho guests wero Included
bi-vorul naval olllcors from tho fleet.
At Bachelors' Eetrcat
Tho Seven Hnchelors of Thurston
nrnnuo cntortiilned nt Hachelors' Ho
tmot Wodnosilay ovcnlng, tho affair
li'lncr elinrarturlal liv 11 delightful In
formality, llrldgo and flvo hundred,
wore enjoyed during tho earlier part
of the evening, and later aflor nv
fieshmenla wero sorved, dancing and
music wero enjojed.
Gcoigo Warren Bang several native
fronds of maiden hull- ferns adorned cuesta at luncheon ol Dr. Mooiu at
the luncheon tabic, , t10 ouaiantlno btntlon. 11 ciiilso nbout
Mlba Alaiicl H
tho liny In tho quarantino launch
lOahu prccodliig tho viblt id the stiv
Woods nnd Honry Hon.
P. Hockley of Kohnla surpilsed their. Today Miss Riuiucllc, Miss parley
friends by getting married Saturday ana Miss Tower 1110 guests of Mr. n-nl
afternoon, July lSth, 190S.
Among tho many dinners of Tues
day evening was tho delightful ona
on board the U. S. 8. Kentucky, glv-
Mrs. llyrou O. Clark, at their pine
apple plantation nt Wnhliiwa. A id
tomorrow will he guests of frlen Is mi
n moloiltig trip '( Halelvva.
Dr. McDonald waB tho host ot :i dp.
en by Captain Covvles In honor of 1 netful dinner at tho Alexandor Yor.nj
Judge nnd Mrs. Seldon Kingsbury. A hotel on Wednesday evening, tho
magnificent feast graced tho table, guests Including Mr. David AmlT-.m,
an enouuous bowl of tolld silver in Mr. Iliuco Cnrlwrlghf, Jr., Dr. nnd
the shape of u insin-of-vvnr attract- Mrs. Powell, tlio Mlsbcs Powell, Miss
Ing all eyes. An Immense loving cup Carrie Roig, Dr. A. Monro, Tho tn'ilo
ot silver reposed within this, lilted Occoratlous weio plul; carnation 1 mil
with magentas nnd pink nnd crlm-, mnldcuhnlr ferns, the emdlo th ules
hon curnntlons, tho flowers giacefully
outlining the loving-cup as wall. Tho
band of tho Kentucky played tluough.
out the dinner a delightful program
being in the same coljr.
On Satuidny evening General and
Mrs. Davis gave a dinner at their reH-
Mr. A. M. Ilausser, tho conductor, Idenco In Hastings street for Atalor
enmo In for much praise. After din-1 and Mrs. Dunning, Judgo and Mra. Sei
ner tlio guests viewed tho brilliantly dun Klnssliury, Mr. and Mrs. Fio.luric
Illuminated bhlps by launching nbout i Klninp, nml Mr and Mrs. Haste liar
tho harbor. Crystal palaces teemed rli" Tho tablo. beautifully decinat
to rlso nt will, nnd the fascinating 'l with cut Uovvevs arranged with
display will novor bo forgotten. sreens, looked most inviting.
Among thoso present vvoro Mrs. "
AuguEtus Knudson, Mib. Hnwes. Miss Miss Rjcroft will entertain with an
Hdlth Smith, Mr. 11. (1. Smith, Cap- Informal thlmblo party Tuesday after-
tali.R.C. Heakeley. Hvcrybody wont "0.0" n!,,,?"1"" i'mi'" -n"83 ,:"".y,
... ... .1. ir ... ti , 1 . 1 Mls Hminello nnd Miss Tower of Pa-
011 to the Young Hotel for the hop. taiionn.
, Previous to tho afternoon affair
Another event nt Impoitanco tho guests will bo entertained at
among tho joungcr bet was tho dln-j luncheon hj Mrs. Gray,
nor given on Wednesday Inst by Miss'
lleatrlco Castle In honor of her bio-1 Mrs. Rehirord guvo u Jolly Bvvl.umlun
thor Alfred and his fiancee. Miss l'lry Ilt lIi" I'let .uitm on Fildcy
I.lnda Scluiefer. I.ltllo tables decor-' '""il"K for her son Kenneth. Ainoui;
atcd In yellow nnd green wero plnied 1""-' "uub peoplo weio F.luauor Hltroll,
on tho lannl, tho soft glow of the n"othy 1'c.moti, Frances Cooptr.
landles mukliiK n becoming light for
U10 fair fnees. Miss I.lnda Bclmofor ' Mr- nml Ml's- Augiiblus Knndrui on
looked unusually well and responded , lc'l,llllu"1 nt iHnnur on Wedr.cnay
giucefully to tho many toasts ilrnuk i0U'nl,,B nt tho I'lciiBatiloii In ho uu-ot
In her honor. Tho guests Included Jmlg0 nni1 Mrs- Sulllu Kingsbury nnd
Misses Irmgnrd Sehnerer, Alice ''''"ilral Capps.
f-llllkn. Mni-milor Pfiulln Allnn lfn.1,. W TT
.., i'i... a..i.i. iJi 1 , 1, Mih. Phillip Andrews
,1.11111, 1,13.1 .11 intuitu, luit'l U.1IU0I1, (
r?!lttim llin flnri.lnln Ill.in.1. Un..n HI..
lk ' . ,l,n CM.r.l.1.1 nil li "(HI. n.. ......
...u t,i.juii.i u,. , .iit, lJllHIUll
Androws wus hcio on tho Kansas.
Mih. Phillip Andrews will not
'ic'ich Honolulu until tho arrival of
nnd Mis. Richard Cooko; Mcsirs.
Hniold Castle, Derwont Kennody, W.
Walker, Alexander Walker, Sherwood
l.owi.cy, Alan I.owiey, Uuslav Rohacf
er, W. I.. Cattle, Kdniund Ilede
mnnu, Miss I.o Hipton. tho pretty girl
who Is bo much admired, comes Juvl
iy by her charm, for her mother, Mrs.
I.o Ilietnn and thn daughter of Al
nilrnl MncDougal, was n noted beau
ty nnd belle. Sho Is still n handsome
woman, her regular features and look
Among tho naval guests at the Alex
ander Young vter Hilg. Gen. Talor
luul wife, Mrs, Qii'tllroush, Mrs. Wit
Hams nnd Admiral Cailps.
Mrs. ,Kben Low and Mrs. Alonzo
dnitlev expect In sail for Knuat noxt
weok for 11 sumnuir outing.
Mr. A. F. Knudson arrived from
Kauai on Wednesdaj morning and ro
turned Thuisday afternoon,
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