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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., SATURDAY, SDrT. B, 1908r
Days Are Coming S
Some New Arrivals
Per S.S. Manchuria
New double width
in dotted NETS and CHIFFONS. All
The new Fillet Squaic Mesh Neli.
Plain and figured. Just the idea for
Ladies' Waists hnd downs.
A large assortment of the latest
in black, white, and navy.
Gauntlet Driving Gloves
"Dag Skin" in tars and brown.
A set of G for ??.
with the best at the lowest prices.
White, plain colors, nnd fancy plaids; nil new;
7.V 9i.OO9i.nO to 9a.n0.
Black and black with white stripes. Plain and
embroidered ruffles. Very pretty. Look like silk,
91.75 92.00 92.50 and 92.75.
YOU will have to look around
-for school supplies for the little
ones soon. We can supply you
Black cotton; good quality; U pairs for 50
20 25 and 35 a pair.
Children's black ribbed lisle hose; fine quality;
10 and 50 a pair.
Childicn's tan nnd white cotton ribbed hose,
35( a pair
Misses' black and white lisle hose, 50 a pair.
A FULL LINE of CHILDREN'S AND MISSES
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. Ltd.
CORNER FORT and BERETANIA.
Some New Arrivals
Per S.S. Manchuria
92.50 92.75 93.50 91.50 and
in all sizes, f0( and 91-00.
Combination Bust Supporter and
LADIES' EMBROIDERED MUSLIN
and LAWN GOWNS "White"
THE VERY LATEST.
See Display in Our Beretania Street
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js SOCIAL CHATTER 2c HOME TALK
KDaT WAS ossein lalh
fashionable her own Prances Parrlngton, aged beautifully dressed client, wu a
mullein whiili assembled at "!18 " mml ' rnuiu cupiu. nu pic.ising signi nun '" mwer laimi
thi Oiifiii House 011 Satmday ,,,()l "1 lurt 11B tlimiKli "lio njiiycil vva crowded ulvva). Thcio was a
u evening to listen to tho pro- n- ami.maiiu a pleasing piciuru. 1 iuv prt-iiuimiiiuuc in me jiiiih'-i r.-i
J3 iri-iiin whlili hnil linen en c.iro- n were sent Hl ovei the footlights naturally, with all tlii'so Middles ami
fullv prepared. II wns In alii f,,r '"'I" tin1 nctresscs Lleiitenaul about who danced mi-
of tho leper settlement In order that Ml Nnnnlc Wlnnton Rave a logo til u l.itn hoiti The Society Set wiih
the ni1 lit have a movlng-plctuio lait n ml there were ninny other well ropiebented and also gaily dune-
machine' well-Known soclctv women present, ed with thn olllreis, who looked n
M idame Arrul s-mg licautlfully Tim palicmcskes Im ludcd Mr. W. !'. though tbey wero IuivIiir 11 Rood time.
nud'acrompllHlied tho quirk change !' ". -Mrs. S M. Damon. Mrs. V. M. To watch nn experienced Navy otllccr
r ,,...,, m. 1., ,. itierndlhlv hI.oi t Sttiui. Mik. lt.1I1.J1 15. L Pointer, tulKlliK ton piott) woman Ih an od-
iim. .ni,i,.rinff ih.. ..inhoiuin client Mi" Sam V.iUr. Mi. J. 11. ('.alt, ucatloii III the Rentlo nit of lllitu-
IliR requited "Ophelia" or "Mlg- Mi. ' A Scliaefer, .Mm. II.. Pin I.e. tlmil nothings. Many prcfeired tills
non." she was equull) at homo In Mi, H Teti!ie. Mi. S. M. Hal- amusement to dancing. nd conlilb
either iuiii and tho full, rich tone '"". Mi8- ' " llumphrls. Ml J. S. uled JiiKt a nine li amusement to tho
...1.1.1. ....... .... i ,i ,. r.. iiUi.....i McGrow, .Mih. C II. Cooper, Mr. A. ,i nloohcrs a their moie Htrcnuous
... win, ih k-..,n..t i.ttentlmi. Sho J- Campbell. .Mrs A. A. YouiiR, Mrs. , iiolghbiii. Mih. lllbabeth Chuic.li,
wn nifii..il Mni.nl limes It was " 1' Wilder, Ml, Geo. Castle, Mrs. .the new Social .Manager of the three
tn t i..,i.,.,i r.,r Mmininn to linvc M Dowi-ell. Mrs. A. 0. llnwes Jr., Alexander Yoiiiir llotoH, peifoimed
Captain lleiger n accompanist. No, Mr It P Li'lige. Mrs. A. Wall, Ml, her duties iiulell) and iiiiulitiuxlvuly.
ou ele could esa the dllllcult mus- C. S. Ilolloway. winning Rolclun opinion alwa.
to fm- tiin,. nnd em,, linmt tin lie- Mr. Hotioi I r.aiiKe. whoso liuv Aiihiiir tluiwi keen and heard wcro
iiw,! mm,. Mm ,iiiientn remlerlnc band Is Hi'IpLui Consul, took nn act- (!oemor and Mr. Walter Prear, who
1 1 l.i nnutery oei the plunu wu all ' 1"'" '" K'-UIhk UP tho concert.
Know und hi l.lnilnesa In helplni;l
other In time of need Kverj body j Ball at MoanR
listened spellbmnd to IllnnluV aet.j The hall nt the Moana Hotel on
111 nondeifiil $l.:teo On Amatl seem- Wednesd.i) cvcnluR Riven liy a corn
ed to lle In lifw liniitU -and It was nilttee of ladles, w-n an uuciuallllcil
nn udclltlonul pleamuu to lift on to huicess. Previous to the affair, Cap
looked In lather lato fiom the Hce
dinner; Secretary of Tenlloiy Kin
est .Mott-Smith and Mi. Mott-Smltli,
Mis l'aty, Mr. V. II. llumphrl.
Judpn and Mr. Ilallou, MrH. KdwaicI
Tonney, Ml. Allco HastluRS, Captain
Meyei. MUs Tonney, Captain und
this aitlat. who know to well how tain IlerRcr and hi musicians otcu-p'i Woclelimiwi, Mr. Walter 1)11
I.. ,.!,. ,...,, ll. I,,,,.,,,, ,.,,i,,llimu II.. nlo.l 111., uiiwi.u n. ml ml llin linn linn IlllCllilUl. Mr. PrllCHt W.ltOI llUIIMI'
was enthiml.iBilciilly encored, nnd nnd Riie a delightful concert. Thcptr. Iloedefeld, l.leut. Comdr
In tho 1'olacia receled an ovation OlnlnR-room was Ray with little illn
nnd certainly shared tho honom with ncrs and the quintet wcro In their
Madame Arral Mr Cliaile Coop- gallery and iilajcil throiiRhout tho
Ml Offloy, Mr. and Mis. J. S. Will
ker. Mr. and Mr. CUITorcl Kimball.
Mr. and Mr. Chailes Wilder. Mr.
ci1 ohllRnto was handled In a lln-'dinner. Aiuoiir tint dinner Riiests "l SIrB H'lbbllt. Mr. nnd Mre. Wat
lulled manner nnd liu looked eiy weie .Mr. Kiot, who entertained,
handsome, her pink satin Dlicctolro Mr and Mr. Watson, Dr. nnd Mrs.
lioltiR most liwfiniliiR Mr Sidney I. II llumphrls and Mr. Hubert Shin
Ilallou, In n elite white toilette, R.uo Rle. Tho table looked very pietty
n selection from Chopin Sho showed with an artistic nrruURcmcnt of pink
u thoriiiiRh underatanilliiR of tho dlf-lmnRnoIlas. Captain and Mrs. Hob
llcult uheio Her techiiliiue Ih ad-lmon weio also entercnlniiiR JuiIro
nilinble nnd sho r.inii'il a line com-'and Mr. Sidney Ilallou. Mr. Hob
niand over oery tliiRo of expiesslon. ilnnjii wiih hero winter before Inst
The injur) which she rccelxed to hei and leeched much attontlon from
arm come time nRo did not Interfero.tho local Army olllccr. Sho Is belter
In the leasl with hex lioi foi mane e. known hero us Mi. Iluthy, havlnR
Tho duet which was pla)cd b) Mu-ieccntly married tho Raltant and
dame Huiez and Madamo .Mennut wa handsome C.iitaln of tho Tcnncssto.
listened to with pleasure. The Kit
watahao Chuuh chorus can certainly
bIiir, and Ibelr fresh olres were
' Art Veisu Cupid," lllla Whe.eler
Wllco' little sketch, in the hands of
Ml. P II llumphii auslstcd by
Piancls ParrluRton, was a most ar-
Mr Holilnson always wears exquis
ite c lothea, and on Wednesday night
her I'aquin finek of while laco over
F.itln, with It cIIiirIiir line, was
ery much udmlied. Shu 1 lookltiR
exticmcly well. Miss Nannie Wlns
tim InokliiK hamlMiinu In white laco
with touthe of blade, ontoitalned u
tlsllf nunibiir. Mr llumphrls woio biuall number of Riiests, and thciu
a while llbeitv satin Ihuplre frock, mvpio many Navy olllceis and their
the bodice beliiR outlined In pe.u Is , wives and sweethcaits enJo)luR co3y
and billllants, a whlto vitln band llttlo tctc-a-tctc. The ball began
enclrclid her beautifully colffemed about nluo and tho illnlnR-ioom was
head She was exciulsltely pietty ami utilized for tho occasion. The upper
acted with u Riace ami charm all l.uuil, with It llttlo tallies lllleil with
son, Mr. and Mi. Hums, Mr. and
Mi. Hensliall, Mis lMlth Smith,
Captain and Mis, Amliow Puller, Mrs.
l'hlllp Andtew. Mis. 11. firlR'?s
Holt. Mis Alice Cooper, Misses lUhel
nnd Alice SpaldiiiR, Misses ltotli, Miss
Musmuet, Miss Iaiiiiii Inukea, Mlhhes
Waldiou, Mr and Jlr. Waldion, Mrs.
A. (1. liawes, Jr., Dr. Cofer, Dr. IllR-
clns, Mr Holiert ShiiiRlc, Dr. and
Mrs. McCullom, Mrs. Aiirus, the Mlb
es Aiikiiu. Mrs. Laura Wight, Miss
latum Wight, Miss Helen Alexander,
Mr. und Mrs. Ernest Iloss, Miss Kop
ke. Mis. Mcdrow, Dr and Mis. C. li.
Cooper, Mr, and Mr. Ilraliicul Smith,
Misses Cotton. Mr. II. It. Macfailano
Jr., Count on S. Dcnnhowler, MIks
Skolly, Mrs. So)do, Miss So)de, Miss
Winston, Mr. Hlcliaiil Wright, Mr.
Will Hroth, and many otbei.
Birthday of Queen
Thn socntleth natnl day of Mcr
.Majesty Queeu I.tlluokuluul occulted
on Wednesday nnd Washington l'lace.
where the Queen icsldcs, was thioiig-
ed with lslttns und callers all the
morning. The Queen iccelvcd In tho
flist drawing-loom und sho was as-
tdsted by I'liuco ami I'llnccss Kalnni
aunole, Mrs. Aldilch, MibH Ilcrnlce
Cooke, nnd Mr. John D. Almoku. IIU'
hind here wcru thu kuhlll-licnrora,
Messis, J Mann and II. N. Kahale-
puna: anil tho iniiHter of ceremonies
was tho clUttngulshcd-lookltiR Mr. U.
K I.lllkalanl. Plowors, feins. and
greens, us well as cut flowers In pio-
! fusion, adorned tho looms, und many
valuable kahilis weio noticed as well
au excellent portiult of tho Hoy a I
family, Including tho lately lamented
I'rlnco ' David Kawananukon. lief
.Majesty, In a lutndsomo guuu, look
ing very tinpresslxo and distinguish-'
ed, received till comets with much1
grac iousues. Aiming the til Kt to pay'
their respects weie tiou-ruor Wnlter
Piear, Mis. W, T Swlnbuine, wife of
tho Admlinl: Mrs. Corwlu l. Hees,
Count cle Sousa CamiMino, and many
other welt-known and piomlnctit per
sons. I'lomptly at I-, Her Majesty
d i ove In tho stale carriage to her
WaiMkl Ilia, .where a luaii was giv
en to mniiv li)Vlteil guests. Captain
Merger and 'tho Hoyal Hawaiian Hand
pln)cd througliout the clay, as well
as a Quintet Club at the luaii.
MIks Helen Jiidil, Ki beloved of
eveij IiimIv, li.is been u guest at the
Halelwa Hotel for thu past few
mouths A happy blrthda) pait) was
colcbiatid lu hor honor on the "Tth
of AuruhI Tho l.m.il was beauti
fully decoiateil for tho occasion, and
tho Ilalelua Quintet Club lendeied
their ueiitest bOlcctlons for .tho en
tile afternoon. Congiatiil.it Ions wero
bestowed upon Miss Juild by a con
tingent of relatives and fi lends.
Among those present wcro Governor
nnd Mis (leo. It. Carter, Mlsse Cas
tle (21, Misses Achilles (2), Mi. and
Ml .1 It lialt, Mih. W. W. Roodale,
Mrs, J. M Steel, Mr. A. llannebeig,
Mis. Pied. Williams, Mis. Mason
Mitchell Mlt.ses Gait.
The Sister of Canned, or tho Car
melite Order, ns they uro also known,
will opi u a hoiibo In San I ranclsco,
ami lu no les a pluco than tho ample
rebhli lire of tho widow of the lalo
Itobcit Louis StuvciiKon ut tho ninth
west comer of Hyde und l.ombud
streets, overlooking thu bay. Thu
beautiful homo of Mis. Stevenson
passed through two hand within tho
past month, and when tho first an
miiuicemeiit wiih uinilo that It hud been
bold It was believed tho buyer. Miss
Hugenlo Peyton, would occupy It. Tho
new ownei did not make public thu
deed by lecording It until last Thin
day, when sho II led a deed dated .1 1 1 ' v
2!Hh, b) which sho conveyed thu Stev
enson mansion nnd its large gardens
to Mr. Allco I'helun Sullivan, thu wlfu
of Piaucls J, Sullivan. On tho siimu
date, It tiausplred, Mr. Sullivan
leased the promises to Most Itnv. I'
W Itloulan. Archbishop of San Krun
risen, for thu use of tho Sisters of
Canned. Then It becamo known that
Miss Peyton mcroly acted lu tho mat
ter to expedite tho purchase. The lot
ixtends northward from thu coiner of
Lombard street 137 feet and ti Inches,
and has u gi cutest depth of 1)7 feet ft
Inches, bclUK Iriegularly formed on
It western side. I'icclscly what Mi.
Sullivan hnH done beyond giving tho
lease Is not known, but it I duo to
bur geneuiblly that piovlslon lias been
made for thu establishment of thu Car
melite Older In this city. About a
j ear ago Mis Ada Sullivan, u daugh
ter of Mis, Sullivan, renounced thu
woi id. nnd becamo a Cnrmcl sister In
Hoston, Mass. Thu Curmollto, slslui
hnvn put a fuw houses lu tho Hulled
States onu lu Hoston, Ht. I.ouls, Hal
tltuore Philadelphia and Now Orleans
Tho llfu work of I ho Sisters of Car-
inel is contemplation and pravc-r. Tho
ladles rcver a.Aour wilicnt heavy
veils, and thoy meet callo:-3 at their
I.oiieo behind Iron gratings, whrno
they themsolvoH nro not seen. So they
aiu shut off absolutely tluough their
own volition from tho world, und the."
Und happiness lu devotions mil co:;-
Flnnt pra)oi. Yet they plve p-.it vt
their c'a)s to painting religion' art
icles nnd cultivating small !als lu
their gardens. In (heir nunlu of liv
ing the) aiu humble and ascetic to a
last degree1. Their day beglmi at a
very eaily hour, when the) rUe fir a
matins and pr.i)cr. The) uiu no
rorvniits, for they do their ou wash
ing, meudiiu;, cooking and clanlug,
and live by alms. Their lu I aiu
ilraw, b.ue Hour and looms Willi but
li crurlllx on the walls to break thu
luonulouy of their cell. A ilghl uilu
of their older I that they mint never
tusto meat, to they live on vcf.ulnhlcs
und .milk. When they die the) aie
burled In lravv by their owi coin
inunily. Miss Nannie Winston is buclly
Rleetlng hei fi lends, for slmo her
uitiv.il fiom tho Oileut on Pilday,
she ha had a constant stie.un of vis
itors. Tho dinner Riven by her ut
tho Moana Hotel on Sunday ovenjug
In honor of her filend, Mrs. lllsney of
Hongkong, was a delightful affair.
Hxoii.is giaied thu center of the ta
ble, the hugo crlimou blossoms mak
ing u Riaceful effect. Tho Riiests In
cluded Doetcn and Mrs. P. II. llum
phrls. Mis. C. YV. Case-Deerlng, Mr.
and Mrs. A. G Iluwcs, Jr., Governor
('leghorn, Count vim S. Donikowlcz.
and Mr. Hubert Shingle.
Mrs. Alexander Lindsay Jr. anil
baby, accompanied by her sister, Mih
Kulo Young. Balled most unexepec t
edl) for tho Coast In the Lurllue, to
bo gone six or seven months. Mrs.
Lindsay und sister luive been on Ku
anal for seveial week and have only
Just icluiued to Honolulu. Mi.
Lindsay only had u few hours' notice
that she could depart In thu I.urllno
and Immediately took advantage of
thu oppcu (unity rather than wait for
nn uncertain passage lu a later steam
er. She did not even hnvn a chance,
to bid her many filend "Good-b)o,"
much to her l egret.
Mr. Hn mond do !!. Lnyaid, who
univeil till week fiom Knglaiid, Is
being extensively entertained. .Mr.
I,a aid did not ucrompauy htm anil
i.he will leinulu In Kngland with thu
ehlldieii until their education Is com
pleted, making only a short visit to
Manila, where her husband Is Con
sul (ieneiiil, during tho interim. Mr.
Laynrcl Is tho guest of Judge und Mrs.
Stanley on upper Port street.
Mr. II. Griggs Holt, mo Jessie
Porautn, arrived this week fiom tho
.ICast, where she has been visiting
, with her husband. Mr. Holt will Join
her hole en luuto for tho Orient,
'wbeie ho lepiesunt thu l'acillc Mull,
,nt Shanghai. Mih. Holt is tho guest
of tho .7. S. Walkers.
I Mis. Laura Wight nnd her daugh
ter Hlla expect to ball today for Yo
kohama, where, they will meet Miss
Leslie WlRht, who lm been In 12u
mpc for several jearu. Mrs. Wight
and her two daughters will remain In
Yokohama until nfler tho Kleet ta
Mi. GcorRo C. Perkins leturned
on Monday on the Mnncliurla after
a visit to Honolulu. Society Is look
ing forwaid to tho inarrlngo of her
daughter. Pansy, niul Cleveland Hatt
ei, which will probably bo an event
of tho early winter. The Call.
She worked with a will, and its suc
cess is duo to her efforts, assisted by
Mrs. Charles Cooper, who ulso labored
haul for the success of tho alfalr.
Rear Admiral Cogswell was well
known In Honolulu, und often visited
hole. Ho was thu hrolher-ln-law of
Judge Piancls M. Hutch.
Jlr. Francis Swnnity and daugh
tcr niu nt the ranch house at Koo
luu and will not icturn to Hono
lulu until Monday.
Miss Nannie Winston is spending
tho week-end with thu Princess Kn
wauanakoa at her mother's Peninsula
Mi. Cliffnid Wood nnd family ro
tiiriiccl to town this week after u
veiy pleasant outing nomas tho Pall.
Mis. Ilallentjne and family, who
have been sojourning ulso across tho
Pall, icturn to town on Monday.
BY FRA ELBERTUS
Written in a sincere and kindly desire to help the young who do not know, and the older ones who sometimes
Employees should be dignified in deportment, and not wrestle, hug,
trip, jostle. These things all make an impression on customers, and
a bad impression.
Keep away from gambling-rooms, pool-rooms and all places where
you would not care for your employer to see you or have you seo
There are valuable positions always opening up in any progressive
concern. Be ready to be promoted. Promotions iro straicht to the
I cheery, intelligent worker.
Don't throw waste paper and refuse on the floor baskets aie pro
vided for rubbish. Be very catcful never to leave oily waste in
rubbish baskets or on the floor put such in metal cans and see that
the cover is on. Spontaneous combustion is a common cause of fire.
Above all in writing; letteis never show resentment or anger
The letter lives long after ths cause of the offense is forgotten.
To write to a distant friend a give-away on the house a grand
can-down is an error that is paid for every day in' tears. The
number of such letters posted in company envelopes, that are mis
directed and come back for the proprietor to read, is enormous. No
one knows why these scandalous letters are usually directed to Chi-
. , , caRo wncn tne writer meant tliey should go to San Francisco. If
you are going to defame your employer, never do it on his time or stationery.
If asked for information, be sure yon have it before you give it. Do not assume that the location or fact is
so now because you once knew it so. Don't misdirect. Make your directions so clear that they will be a real
And for the same pood reason keep your pcisonal callers, personal letters, personal matters, thoughts, and
states of mind away from the post of duty. b""
Never use the office telephone as a gossiping convenience If your duties arc to -phone, say what is to be
Baul quietly, intelligently, and buefly. There are houses that aie known by their courteous telephoning.
Loss of temper at a 'phone gains nothing. Telephone courtesy is a great thing, as courtesy always it.
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