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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, AtlO. 1, 1008.
Annual Remnant Sale
A SALE OF
DRESS GOODS and SUITINGS
of all kinds
SILKS and SATINS
WASH MATERIALS OF EVERY
WHITE GOODS in plain and figured
A Gigantic Collection iSBTMS
our big Sale. Many of these remnants are in lengths
sufficient for Dresses while others will make Skirts or
Waists. In short, there are lengths for most any purpose.
Ginghams, Shirtings, and
Draperies, Table Linen,
Dress Linen, White Cotton, Etc.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD. Hundads A i'Prft ! ,y
,. uiivsiif r.m. v., a- r. .marke(i at almost half their value.
SOCIAL CHATTER HOME TALK
OCIETY 1ms shown no desire to
re iit ui,l this week 1ms been
KH . ihe preceding one
Gold lac- nnd unlrorniB are
sadl misfoil. but those little
dinners and tens s hlch weic
postponed for l'lect week, have
been very popular. Tlicro nio so many
oung people In town for school vaca
tion that It Is ono continual picnic,
nnd tho ounger Bet Is certainly
keeping up tho record for gayety
which was set last year at micli a
Hedemans Qiie Dance tVira Ramon, llernlco Hartwell,
A vory pretty dance was Riven at olhy Hnrtwoll. Juliette Hnitucll
Mrs. I lanes Jr. Tho guests Includ-lPnul Achilles, Achilles. Henry Olnac.i
oil- Misses lleatrlco Castle, Alice A. Jordan, O. Mncfarlane, Walter Hy- mutoilng ttlp to the Pall, nro planned
Cooper Towel llertha Konke. Alice 'croft. Will Hotli. Carl llcdemann. How- fnr tomorrow by friends of tho lslt.
Hntli r-.ii-.lf.lln fltltnn.i lc ...r.n.'il ' nc.1 ltnl..,niti l-.ln.itn.l 1 Imlmiinim . "18.
Schaefor Elsa Schaofer, I.lnda Schaof
cr, Margaret Castle, Alice Cooke,
Irma llalluntyne, Marie llallentjne,
Carmen Clowe, Alice Macfarlane, Mny
lleusuer. Alma lions. Ton In, Towle,
Calhoun Smith. Nora
I.ucas, Jeselo Kennedy, Irene n?her
Mnrslly, Helen North, l.orna Iatikoa,
Alice Spalding. Ethel Spalding, Mar-
last by Mr. and Mrs. C. Hedeman, In
For Const Visitors
Miss Tower. Miss Enrley nnd
lltmncllo or 1'asadenn niul .miss ciarK itrtl:i Clmk nf iwbi.ipt
Swanzy, Saral01 "i'".'iey. ero guesis at iuiiciicum r Jack Warren on n surfing party
.iniiiuu) ui j. i. muii'u " uctui ;ugil jjimnmio and .Miss
Wniicn at 1110 country uiuo. rie- ttm g.,u for homo. August C, on tho I
ceding the luncheon tho morning was Alameda. Miss Tower will piobably
demoted to motoring to nlaces of In- ..,.,.. ,i., mi n... "a,...,.... o- ..-in.... ,l
parol Catton llenny Catton. Press. Urert nu0lll lu cty. complete .lata for some "special llano-!
Wllhelmlna Tenncy. Molet Damon, In tho ovenlng they were guests nt 1..1., mluci,h mIhh n.irlev win iini
Her-1 dinner of Mrs. Train at Englcslde, 11 t.L,k r two visiting friends in
Vlo- theater parly following. Ilerkeley nnd Oakland, bcfoio Icav-
Achlllcs, Klorenco Ourrey, Walker,'-88 . I;a !""' J' ,, lower- wu
KIK.-BIB .. .. anvmmii. " "- in nonor or. Airs, una troiiKii nnu
A driving trip to Tantalus and a 011s Ilohcmlans, ho cares very llllto tnlned during her short visit hero;
for money nnd much for art. Tho sho brought' letters to several fuinl
Iho plnjs written for tho Lamb. lies piomlnont socially, nnd her love
Clul) In New York, brought him ly face and delightful personality did
world-wide fame, and "In llohcmln," tho rest. Mr. and Mrs. (lerrlt Wll-
1 Kildny afternoon MUs Hunnclle,
Miss l.nrley mid Miss Tower, weio
guests of tljo MIsK'B Ward at tho
Mlsn TliurHflnv 11m Hum. Willi Mls-a
tho Moana Hotel on Saturday ecnlng let Alhorton, Juliette Alherton. Helen I"o preuous uny .Miss iiunneiie. K f(n. tIl0 south.
Clowe, whoso coming departure for Waterhouso,
her home In Woodlawn, California, is Dorothy Wool,
so much regretted. Tho drawing- lly Itlce Ella
'list, .tun ll'll ....... .
.Margaret Waterhouso B"V.m r !. . ,ln,,!lw'1 " MT '.'Mis. Nicholson. Mrs. A. O. Hawcs,
1 ::iiiiiiiiu iiriiiui i-ii i- imi-iii'it 11 iii:iiiv
to Halelwa In Mr. Me-
room proved a dollghtful ballroom nnd Cooko Miss Nora Sturgeon; Messrs.
tho hugo bowls ot lemonade wero Alfred Castlo, Alfred Cooper, Wnllaco
served through tho evening In tin. Cooper, Theo. Cooper, Harold Glffard,
leadlngroom, which was converted Harold Cattle, (Ireenwell, Clifford
Alice llcdemann. Em- ,,jycil ti10 latmt of tho ntlractlvo I br
Wight. Mrs. Illchard i,...i .at
'Over the Walnuts nnd Wine," "Love
Letters," and many others lire very
well known. Ho Is 11 brilliant con
crsatlonnllst, witty and orsatll?.
Hn was decldcdlv lmnressed bv tho
I.irlcy atmosphere of romance which sur
rounds the Islands, nnd expects to
return some day. We shall probably
read n poem or n play shortly about
Mis. Mary Wlddelleld, after sever
al weeks' visit In Honolulu with
Mis. Harry Lewis and Mrs. S. M. Da
mon, sailed for Hawaii on Tuesday
land will be tho guest of Mr. nnd
der entertained nt dinner In her hon
or on Tuesday, nnd the guests asked
to meet her wero Mr. and Mis. Geo.
Davlcs, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ivers,
Mrs. Augustus Knudsen, Mr. James
Wilder, Mr. Tarn McOrew, and Dr.
Cofcr. Tho table was artistically
decorated In tones of yellow.
Mrs. IllcKcrton has decided not to
sell her home at old Wnlklkl, but
will occupy It permanently herself.
Sho is already there with her son
Spencer and quite enjoying tho
change from town. Mrs. lllckerton
Is slowly recovering from an Illness
gavo 11 mostvunjoyable luncheon""" "'" uul "V"1 "';;,,r; '"" " ""- ''' , ""' "" "
iaus Soucl on Monday Mame " "V"" Hnlril. Mrs. AVIddefleld which has much alarmed all her
1 was much entortnlncd and greatly
Wednesday otcnlni: Mrs. William hougalnvlllea was gracefully trellis- '"-- ' :S , '," "l""1, i
Lnngton gavo a dinner nt tho Young.icd across tho celling of tho dining- r ""'" "" """"""""""
for the three Pasadena visitors. Pink room nnd hung In clusto.s over thexl'eels '" spend tho winter In ash-
carnations and maiden hair ferns, and; table. A largo cut-glass howl, filled i'B"n, u. v,., wan cupuun nnu aire.
Into a loungo for the uso of tho guests. White. Harry' White, Gerald Horton.'cnn,',cf '" slhcr BtIc,8 with ioso col-W,th tll0 CIVVCSi Wlilcli wero trained
Kaal's orchestra plaied brilliantly Harry I.ucas, W. !,. Castle, Webb
and two barn dances tn.ido a spirited Hoggs, Dan Kramer, Gcoige Drown,
departure. Miss Allco Hedcmann, Frank IJatchelor, Terry Cleghorn,
looking charming In white, helped re- Georgo Isenherg Arlbur Mackintosh,
echo tho guests. Miss Carmen Clowe, Stanley Kennedj, Derwent Kennedy,
n handsome girl of tho Juno type was Sherwood Lowroy, Alan I.owrey, J.cwls
beautifully dressed In pink. Ice-cream Ronton. George Itenton, S. Allen
nnd cakes wero seasonably served In Walker, W G. Wnlkcr, Alex. Walker,
the dining room and daicing contlii- J. Catton Robert Catton, Richard Cat
ucd until twelve. Theio wero several ton, Gilford Whitney, Richard Cooke,
older ones asked to assist and among Kerroyroi. llruco Caitwrlght, Dowtett,
these were Mr. and MrB. Clinton Dal- Georgo Kullcr, Paul Schmidt, Carl
lentyno, Mr. mid Mrs. James Kennedy, lluddo, Irlno, Harold Spencer, How-
orcu suanes were iiseu upon 1 iu -.miffl . ,,., ... llrllR,in ,,mfnRlnn
tlly appointed table. An elaborate '
' ' ' ........ . .... Was orv nrottv. Tlnv bouvenlrH o
menu was lauiuessiy serveo, inu lees -; ,.".., ," I L, V.... Wednesdnv In tho
.ii-i'.i .huh. .ii 1 n.
bouventrs ot ,
n., ,.. i. ...in..a .,,!.... lold Janan worn thn ld.i
U HI U1U '"" ui.. -- ...-.-'.-:. . 'n.l.n.
fruit forms. jllawos, altnougn uiiauio to join nor ,""-"
A delightful nutomobllo rldo follow-1 guests at table, listened to tholr chat-
cd tho dinner. I ter with Interest, nnd too:: her lunch I
Among the delightful nffnlrs ot the
week was the tea given by Major and
Dr. and Mrs. Humphrls and Mr. and
Mrs. Hawcs. Tho tea-table was load
ed with delicious sandwiches nnd
cakes, and tho tea and punch most
refreshing. Mrs. Southerland and
her two daughters have made many
friends and charmed everybody by
their agreeable ways. They will re
turn hero In tho near future.
Among those who sailed on Sun
day was Admiral Capps, ono ot tho
(most popular men with tho Fleet. Uo-
, Ing a bachelor, he could devote' him
self exclusively to his rnir friends.
One ot tho prettiest dinners ot n
very busy week was given In his
honor by Judgo nnd Mrs. Sidney Hal
loo at tholr Judd street residence on
Saturday evening last. The table
looked cool and Inviting in white
nnd green. The guests included tho
1 Misses Harriet and Mary Souther
land, Miss Le Breton, Captain Sin-
' clalr of the Lurllne, Mr. Savago, and
Mr. Walter Dillingham.
Mrs. Dunning on Monday nt Fort
Shatter In honor ot Mrs. Southerland ' Mrs. MacKinnon, who sailed In the
and the Misses Southerland. Tho la- Alameda for Sail Francisco en routo
dies nnd gentlemen ot tho Army post tor England, a short tlmo ago, has
was most extensively enter- were asked to meet them, as woll ns been heard from.
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. Klnmp and Mr. and ard Homer, W. Warren, Mitchell,' Herbert.
Afternoon tea on tho Korea ns the
guests of Einncls Edwards of San
Diego, who 13 ono of tho officers of
tho boat, was enjoyed Wednesday.
This afternoon tho paity wero
guests of Charles Herbert for n mo
toring trip, and Inter enjoyed after
noon tea nt tho homo of Dr. nnd Mrs.
Since Jones' Tasmania Jams have become world-famous, many un
scrupulous manufacturers have preyed upon their popularity by offering
imitations to the public.
People order "TASMANIA JAM" and then wonder why it does not
seem so good as it used to,
The fact is that they have received a rtoss imitation of the real ar
ticle. Insist upon getting Jones' I. X. I. Brand when you order from your
grocer. Guaranteed under the Pure Food laws.
from tho usual little table near the
window. Thoso asked to meet the
guest-of-honor wero Mrs. Gerrlt Wil
der, Mis. Itlchaid hcis, Miss Walker,
and Mrs. IInv.cs, Jr. 1
Colorado Springs, Colo, July 11.'
Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Lougworth and
party, Including her husband, Con
gressman I.ongworth, and Mr. nnd
Mrs. MciIIU McCornitck, Norman
Hnpgood, and W. H. Conner, wero
caught In n frightful electrical storm
on Pikes Peak this morning. 1
The btnrm liioko as they neaied
timber lino and raged with almost
iinpniallcled fury ns tho cog train '
pushed on to the summit, which wus
bashing In sunshine. The storm con
tinued for seeral hours.
Tho trip to tho peak was tho first ,
outing planned for tho distinguished
visitors In the Pikes Peak 'region. The '
party j cached Colorado Springs last
evening from Denver, where they
had been attending tho National I
Democratic Convention, nnd tho
stnit for tho peak was niado nt 8:35
o'clock this morning by special tinln. '
The Btnrm followed nn nlmost un- I
precedented drouth and reached to 1
the proportions of 11 cloudburst In
lite I'asB. west of Munltou,
Among tlioeo who have salted for
tho Volcano for a Bummer's outing
nie Governor nnd Mrs. Carter nnd 1
famll), Mrs. Achilles nnd family, Mrs. I
Gait mid family, Mrs. Edward Ten-'
ney and family, Mrs. Helen Noonnn, '
Mrs. Herbert, Miss Roso Herbert. Tho '
Toniieyn took their motor-car nnd
oxpect to explore tho Volcano loads.
Mr. .Tames Clarence Harvey, who
was a passenger last Sunday In the j
Siberia, Is n celebrated man ot let-,
teis. His books lmvo really brought
him In a fortune, but, like nil gener-
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
P8. T. FELIX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
SS52 Si- if UF
Reroovra Tan. rimj.Iet,
)rtcltle, Alth Wlcliei,
Haiti, and fekln iMnnwA,
aat Tcry uiriitca
na beauty, BtiJ it
(lea detection It
Imwtood tLo Ictt
of eo year, tinl
U 14 hrrr! we
tame It t IwiureU
Is frowtf mud.
Act pi no counter
(elt of ilniiiir
inme. Ir, h. A.
Bayra valtt to
Ixlj of the taui
ton (a intl0nt:
"Ai you Udlei
Wilt UBV tltVUI,
'lliiurniiil ('rrnniM tit Icint Ittrmful of all it
ikln jirrtwrmilotii.' 1- r ul by kII urtingmt ana r ancy
Uouat Dilti la tl UbUed btalei, Canmlu and Europ,
nRD.T.HOPUHS, Prep., 37 Gitii Jcno Street, HiwToi
Beer jieeps one well.
It is a noticeable fact that those who
drink beer are usually healthy men.
You find no dyspeptics among
them, no nervous wrecks, no wasted,
The reason is that beer is health
ful. The malt and the hops are nerve
foods. The habit of drinking beer
keeps the body supplied with fluid to
flush out the waste.
You should drink beer drink it
regularly with your meals. If you
are strong and healthy, beer will keep
In Honolulu drink Primo Beer.
It contains no preservatives and is brew
ed to suit the climate. It's the Best
HONOLULU BREWING & MALTING CO.,
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