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A WEALTH of NOVELTIES
Vf.'lvfc . 'fl4i4 . .. -
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AND INTERESTING TO
SEE. We hate just opened a new lot of
Lingerie Princess Gowns
Made of pretty, sheer material, in white and delicate
tints, prottily trimmed with lace and embroidery.
Very Stylish; from 915.00 up.
New Silk Dress Skirts
ADVANCED STYLES; VERY HANDSOME.
Children's and Misses
In all sizes; an entire new assortment in solid colors,
mixed materials, and stripes; liht weight; just right for,
At Sachs' This Week
IT'S the little things that make up life. Every
item here is important. Many are entirely
new. All are necessary for wear or for home
Extra Rood quality, all colors,
10 a yard.
MERRIMAC & AMERICAN PRINTS
The two best qualities made.
Special, 5p A Yard.
New; do not have to be removed
when collar is laundered. Edges
hand finished; will not scratch nor
chafe the neck. A card of O for
NEW NECK RUCHINOS.
A new assortment in Lissc, Crepe,
and Wash Net.
RUCHINO from 2(ty a yd. upud.
BOX RUCHINOS, 6 pieces in box,
assorted, at 35 n box.
THE VERY LATEST.
A light, flexible tot en-wire, well
mounted on retaining combs, which
hold it in position. Price, 50S
NEW ELECTRIC HAIR CURLERS
Waves or curls hair in a few min
utes without heat. A card of 5,
Waves and curls hair from 10 to
15 minutes without heat. Price,
100 a card.
NEW CURTAIN NETS.
WHITE CABLE NET
Extra heavy, 54 inches wide, at
500 a yard.
ECRU CURTAIN NET.
Double thread cable net, 54 inches
wide, 050 a yard.
GET THE AUTUMN ISSUE OF
The most beautiful Fashion Book
ever published. PRICE 250
including a certificate for a BUT
TERICK PATTERN. Call at our
Pattern Counter and wc will tell you
how you can get
Four Buttcnck Patterns Free.
A Remarkable Offer. September
Delineator now on sale.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Elegant new assortment of Tapestries for Couch and
Furniture Coverings; New Patterns; Pretty Colorings.
STRIPED TAPESTRY, 50 inches wide, 650 a yd.
GREEN BROCADED TAPESTRY, 50 in. wide, 000 yd.
COUCH and FURNITURE TAPESTRY, from $1.25
a yard upward.
TAFFETA DRAPERY, new patterns, 150 a yd.
Dainty, designs, delicate colorings, best quality,
150 A YARD.
The Venus Shell Hair Barette
Safety lock attachment, locks securely, holds the hair
firmly. PRICE 100 and 200.
New Fancy Frill Garters
White and delicate colors, with buckles. Price GO0 pr.
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a SOCIAL CHATTER isee-HOME TALK
V13UY lMPUUSSIVK was MM Turmoil the unto, altar, ami chancel!
Hellth Sp-ildlng's marrlago to 'Into u tcritable bower ot lotellncss.
Lieut M. M Garrett, U S. A,Thero were sprn)s of delicate mnld
on Wednesday ctcnlng. and cnhnlr In great luxuriance, and on
the friends who niled St. An- tho nltnr were ascs of tall Asccn
drew's went awnt agreeing 'on Miles, pink carnations bclnR
tint It tfas one nf the prettiest wed- massed hi graceful profusion, whllo'
dines f tho season it wit csbcn- i"m.lih or io-s wire ticci wmi pinu
tl illy n nillltnr) affair, nnd the Unit- tulle Ktcr) thing cprossed jouth
od Slates Arm) ofilccis in their full alll I'eaulj und h ipplness. The doc
dress uniforms nude n brilliant show- oiutloim were tiro artistic handiwork
Jng nnd occupied prominent scats. 'f Irs- Kdwmd Tenncy. Miss Mary
fa'oclotv was well represented, most .Cattnn. and Miss K)croft. The sup-
r-nnthsomel) arrajcil, tho prcpondor
r.nto of prett) Klrls being ten much
rcm.iikcd Piomplly at half-past
right pealed forth the triumphant
t-tr litis of Mcmlvlxholiirs March pln)
td inagnlntentl) bj Ptoftssior Hud
land Hode. The tholr tnterod the
nao slngliiR u Iimiiii, and Immediate
1 tho brldul parti proceeded up tho
nlslo, cerhod turnlnR to look at
pretty llttlo Helena Spalding, tho
dainty flower-girl, who led tho tvny
iicctimp.inlcd b) Vernon Tcnnej, who
wore nn old-world page's costiimo
nnd looked ctery Inch to the nnnner
bom, both hearing llowers Tin live
ly bridesmaids, sisters of the bride,
tho Misses lUhcl and Allco Spalding,
tame next, dressed In whlto mull, 1)1
rectolro style, embroidered In whlto
rosebuds otor a pink silk tintlprsllp;
(in their lieuds-woiu wreaths nf pink
rosebuds aught with pink tulle, and
thty carried shower bouquets of pink
losebuds. After them ennio Miss Cpn
etnnto llestaritk, tho mald-of-honor,
exquisitely dressed In pink bilk undo
wltli a Dlrcctoiro sack, nnd most be
i (lining to her sweet, fiagllo beauty
She also carried a bouquet ot pink
losit. and then tamo tho beautiful
brtdo leaning upon thu arm of her
father, Mr V. I SpildliiR, in her
gorgeous dress of rlVh whllo Diithcsfo
satin trlnumd with old toso iteedlc
polnt lace, tho gift of n relatltc, und
made a la Dlreitolio. Pino quillings
of the b.itlu outlined tho skirt on
cither side, mid the Shirred sleet oh
ended In a frill of tho old-Point Tho
becoming Mil was luld by n spray of
red orniiEo blo'Boms, and her only
Jewel was n pearl sunbuist, tho gift
of tho groom Shu tan hd an Itory
I ruycr-book Tho groom ,iml his host
man, I.lcut John S MtCleary, 20th
Infuntiy, V S A. mot the bridal
p-irty at tho chancel slips, whcio tho
Interesting ceremony was perfmnud
by lllshop lletirj llond Htstarlck In
ii most solemn manner During tho
Llgulug of tho register tho choir sang
Kiftly and sweetly When tho luldal
party wcro leaving the thuurel tho
Wedding March from Iolicngrln was
tffectltoly played, and tho guests had
n good thunco to look at tho brldo
nnd .her attorn its All the girls
wtio blonde, t 1 h was rather re
tnarl.nhlo nnd unusually pretty . It
v.is u poifcct wedding planned olid
carried mil with the txqulslto 'tatlo
for which tho Hpuldlngs nro noted
Thoro wns n small reception nnd stip-
nor at tho Spalding usldence on Pu
nahou street, confined to tho bridal
party, Including lllshop und Mi llt
starlck Thu ushers Included Lieut
naudolph Lieut Arthur M Shlpp,
Lieut Alexander Chilton, and Lieut.
Georgo C. How en. l'alry augers tians
I cr at the Sp tidings was n erv de
lightful affair, four tables being set
in the dining-room and decorated
with b.ibkelH of nlnk loses nnd tulle.
The enko w,i3 cil lij tho bildo with
tho groom's swoid. Many toasts
and spceihes mado the minutes 11).
Mrs Spalding woro . n handsome
frock ot ashes of Iolets, elaborately
trimmed with a panel of rnro lacn.
Tho bodice was outlined with lncc.
Her ornaments were diamonds.
The presents wcie on lew In tho
second -diawlng-ioom. They wqro
numeious nnd costl, including a
largo chest of fellver, -IH cr toilet Bets,
a set of slhcr finger bowls, Chlucso
slUcr trn and smaller ones, vases
of slhcr, eut glass, and china; din
ner sort lees of Canton china; gold
tnnlty box; pitchers; tea-cloths (12)
ricnlettes; linen; eako baskets of
blhor; bon-bon dishes; Kilter cake-
plato and n dozen plates to match;
sllei breid-plutes; a set of flat (fil
ter; einbroldcrlei; jewels; necklaces
of Jade nnd gold; purbes and cases;
and Innumcinblo others. Including a
substantial c.heek nnd old icisc-polnt
late Dalutj botes ot cako wcro glt-
en each guest.
Lieut and Mrs Carrett arc spend
ing tho lionet moon at Maunawlll,
tho couuti) place of the William Ir
ttlns, iclatltes of tho bride, nnd la
ter they will proceed to Tort Wil
liam Harrison, whcio Lieut. Oarrott
Hamlet, "Grand Aria d'Ophelia"
To Be Given By
Madame Arral Tonight
Hamlet. "Annul As In d'Ophelia":
Of jour Jojous games, mj friends
Will J on allow me tho courtesy
to take a part
No ono knows whero I am!
(slipped away fioni tho pilaeo
At tlinu of mornlni: lurk.
Just iim tho Sun Cod opo'd his
With tho team of tho night
Carth is wet und damp;
And tho morning lark,
lleforo tho day bicaks.
Mounts In the heavens.
Softl rising, llghtl) falling,
As it feather in Its night.
Hut why do )ou whisper low?
Do ou not know mo?
Hamlet Is no beloved.
And I, I am Ophelia!
A sweet oath tics us!
Ho guto me his heart
In exchange for mine own;
And If 8omo one ou tells
That ho trifles und forgets me,
Net ci bolleto tucm. No, nevei!
No, nn! Hamlet Is no alllanccd,
And 1, 1 am Ophelia!
It he breaks fait li
I will lose m icason!
Will Jim divide ni) llowcis?
To Jim, that prctt) branch
Of wild iosein.il) ;
To 5 on, that dalnt) blossom.
And now, listen to m Ming!
I'nlo and fall, sleeping under tho wa
1h6 Willis icllectlng tho (lie
In the night, deep In the blue lakci!
Hupp) tho wife In thu .urns of tho
M) Mml is jealous
Ot an happiness so sweet!
N)mphe, minor of die,
Alas! jciu sleep iindti the tt litem.
Under tho waters of the hltio like.
Tho slien insses jcut entrancing.
Under tho blue of the sleeping lake.
The air tells her in n misty cloud.
Adieu, whlto stai, adieu.
Sweet friend, adieu, ndleu!
Under the wates sleeping
foiotcr, foietei, ndleu, adieu!
Adieu, deal husband!
Adieu, in lotcr!
Sweet tows, tender faiths,
Cruel, )ou see m tears!
Ah, for thee I die!
For thee I die. I die.
(Translated fioni the lVeneh.)
Mrs lleriniu Pocke silled In llio
Mongolia most uncxpcetcdl) owing to
o cable telling of tho Illness nf .Mrs
Neumann her mothii, 111 Me-xlen
I)r and Mrs ItrliickerliniT Into id
tinned from llnlr at Wnl ilu i.
and Mrs llilnekerlioff's health Is much
beuefltled b) llio change.
'.Harry Lyon Engaged
I llarr) I.) nn Is tcry fatinahl)
known heie and Admli.il and Mrs
'l.)nn item terj iiopular dining their
sla) lu lluaululii '
"An engagement nf Intel est In
senile and milal elides here Is that
lor Iliui) I, win, Jr., nnd Miss Hazel
ISeliuleinlieiR of Sail Dlcgn. The
at tho nat) in el. Their bon, who
l connected with tho merchant nor
tlce, suffered tor) serious Injuries lu
an accident on shlpbeiud thrco
mouths ngn and has slncii been Btn)
Iiir with tho SehulembelRs 111 San
Dlcgn Aftei his nnirl.igo ho and
his bildu will mike thcli lionm In
this clt; Call.
A eclebinted tlollnist, who tlsltcd
Hei'iolulu lint su tor) long nRO, iin
nouiiieil the blith nf a foil and heir
in llio fullowliiR ileter terses on u
postal i, nit tuition to n eoclcty wo
Wlicn sho said, "It's it bn), sir, mil
weighs ten puunds net,
I Just gasped for breath and am gtsp
Hut. slnwly leg.ilnlnR in) wits b)
iu locking in) lie) on no weak,
lust think of tho Jo)s nf spcndlnR
Hut sueh Is my lot lu
And thcicforc tteio planning to
moto to I'u roc.
And willlnR to cioss the big pond In
n he use,
If wo only can find thero u compe
tent mil so.
lleforo wo elcp.ut, thuhgh, for fnt
With friends In Hawaii we shnilld
like to shake hands
I Hut "Diamond Head," "runthbottl,"
and "Wnlktkl beach,"
Although fiom this town within easy
Would pi cite no nttiaitluii until wo
The at their anelenl country
news was lnfnrnnlly made known tn
their Intlinile friends u few da)s ago
but iiwiiig lu tho icecnt tragk death
of Mlbs Sehulembcig'H father, who
was a pionilnent resident of tho
bouthein ill) the nnnountemunt tv.isjln n two li)-fnm closet without mi)
tills land ot Lieut, l'ricdilck slipped attay n fow
I weeks ago on it t.ieiitlon trip to tlio
a ter) quiet one, Mid the widdlng
will pot take place for at least a jeui.
Mi L)nn Is the uul) Hon of Ailmlr.il
Hem) Ware Ltun, who cnmtuandeil
at Mare Island list )c.u, and Mrs.
L)un The L)nns, whu nro now In
their rnuntit homo In Maine, made
man) warm friends licio nnd entci-
tnlned eNtensltcly whllo they llted
Whurei baby can jell to Us heart's
Without an) fe.u of u l.ilse lu tho
lu pel feet i) thin with the w.it) mo
tions, Arliflrtilly cieatcd b) fatheil) nn-tlnns,
V jBBtf,JflUKIr rH4'r' TSzTr.aCmSSO
nEK" rsiMM 'KK ' XxiA " rjjWijrjH
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. PfttaiPttIT 'EOOSI.VIiT "VISITING CAMP OP TJx?P C. W QWZRHMXiiT WIirr.aTIAl-IX;Kjt
"Nlulkn," tho Nuurnii Valley conn
tr) plate of Mi. mid Mrs. 1'ieileile
Lowio), tvas tho scene of an nl f risen
Bitppci on Satiirda) last In hiinui ut
Miss lUhcllnda Sihaefcr and Mi.
Alfred Castle, whoso engagement
was recently announced. Tho table
was placed nuclei the ko.i I tees
which to nhuiiduntly adorn the
ri minds, and was feiu-cnteicd, mak
ing a cool mid delightful effect. Hap
py faces nud much laughter piovnll-
ed throughout tho meal, whhh was
most lnfoiiii.il, l'lotlnus lo the sup
per, giiniis' wcic phi) oil and lu tho
ctenlng theio was dancing. Thoso
picbeiit ineludcil Mis C. M. Cooke,
Mi. and Mrs. C. M. Cooke. Ji Ml.
und Mrs. C. II. Cooke, Ml. and Mis.
Itlchard Coolie, Ml. mid Mrs. A.
Lewis; Misses Linda Sehaofei, Iim
rarel Schaofer, Llslo Sehaefei, lleat
rleo Ca3tle, Allco Cooke, Catheiluo
(loodalc, Vein Dunlin, Allco Hedu
iiinun, Allco Mac fin lane, Helen A1.it-
fnilaiic, M.ii) Maef.iilane, Kiithcrluo
Smith, Loina laukea, Jessie Kenned),
Wilhclmlna Tennoy, Iiene rishei,
(Jenetloto Langton, Helen Achilles,
Ella Wight, Noui Stmi7y, lliuilct
Young, Mitrgaict I'etcison, Ilessle
lloppoi, Margmet Castle, Julia Da
mon, Coidella Wnllici, Klcinor Wn
tcihouse. Minion Watoihouse, Miu-
giuot Waleihotiso; Messis Alfred
Ciihtle, tleoige Tuller, (iustito Sehao
fei, Khrllug llcdciuauu, lliiu.iul Hcd
emiiiu, Carl Hedemniin, Il.uold Cis
tle, Sam Walker, William Walkci,
Aloiumlci JValkei, (Juy Miicfailane,
Hciboit Dnwsett, (leoiRo lliown,
Webb Ileggs, Dan Ciiimei, Dement
Kenned), (icurgo llcnton, Lewis Hen
ton, Wallet It) croft. W. L" Castlo,
Spencei llcitton, Achlllos (2), (lull
foul Whitney, II tlo-Smtlli, Theodoto
Cooke, Alllbon Jcndaii, Haiold (llf
faid, llitrold Spencei, Itene HoRitet,
Shciwood Lutvrey, Ticdcilck Lowioy,
An engagement of especial inter-
jest In Nnvy circles Is Unit of Lieut.
, IJrnoht riloelikk lu Mks Mabil
Cliiio Suuthuul. Lieut. 1'iledrlek is
tho lominiindor of tho toipedo boat
Hopkins, ono of tho mosquito fleet
that accompanied tho battleships
fioni the Atlantic to tho l'acllle, nnd
Kept, It was surmised by his rrlcnns.
that It was n pllgrlmago ot sentiment.
Yostoielny ho returned to Maro isl
and nnd announced his engagement
to Miss Smithnid, with tvhuso faintly
he spent his tnentlnn.
Among those tvhn departed In tlio
Alameda wcio Mi. unit Mrs. C. Iledc
nnnii and Miss Allco Hcdeniann.
There were neaily thlity pcoplo down
to see theni oft and Miss Hedenuiun
was cotcied with lcls hei mother also
was ninth bedecked with the offer
ings nf her friends The) opect to
teturii In thrco months' time.
Mis Jalncs Jitdd, who was opciultiT
tipein for appendicitis nt tho Queen's
IInsplt.il, Is doing bo well that she
has been lemoteil In her liiiniu In
l'tospect street. Mks Waterhutise,
who is also nt tho Queen's fm tho
sinic tiuuhlo, is doing tor) well.
Until )niiiiR women will toon bo go
itiR nbout again.
Colonel nnd Mrs. 1'nrkci, with
theli llttlo adopltd datightci, Kaa
lani, hnto roiio to the Volcano fen a
three weeks' tkit. Tho Princess it.
wanitnikoi otpecls In go abroad lu
Januiit) fin n eai's tilp.
Mis. Vincent Klleat, who li.m
been on Knit ii fot n fow weeks, ro
turned on Uciliu.idaj and Is thu
guest of Mi. and Mis. Allan Heihoit.
When President Hoo&etolt pa)s a tlslt to tho ene.niipmcnt of n wimilnm nf cntiili) situated ttlthlu n
few miles of liU hciuie It might ho oxpeeted that ho would tuitel on horse'iaek Hut us it matter of fuct when
ho wont to Inspect the sunimei lamp of 1'toop C, at Huntington, L. I 1 ivt week ho tiatelled lu tho got em
inent Whlto Steamer 'litem can be little doulit that the President Id gtudunll) coining to like tho automobile
nlmobt as much us lie does horses at least he uses the ono qiilto iih much at the othet liter) Suiida) fur i Is now ))lng ut tlio Muro Island nat)
example, he rides with his family to church In the got eminent auto, lu iliK ttn not mil) pulillcl) illspla)-j)aul, Miss Soutliaid la the daughtei
lug his conveisluu to nutomoblllng, but nlbu placing the seal ot his appiuwil cm the gioulng custom ot gvlng of Mi. and Mis. Chuilcs II. Soutliaid
to chuitli lu a car, tonterulng the pioprlct) ot wlikh theio has been some doubt In eoubcttatho quarters, ot Ualdwlu, Loug Island, N. Y. When
hor rating, clrlnklnf;, oncl cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious.
Drcakfut Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tint
Ualcrt't Chocolate (uniwcdenoj), 1 .2 lb. calct
German Swert Chocolate, 1 .4 lb, calea
I or Sl by I cartlo Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
4? IIIGHkAT AWARDS IN CUKOPE
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