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We mention a few of our many stylos of these celebrated Corsets:
STYLE 200 Incurve Waist for medium figure, $2.00.
STYLE 314 With self-reducing strap, for short, stout figures, $3.
STYLE 301 Military Belt, for medium figures, $3.00.
STYLE 312 For long-waistcd stout figures, $3.00.
Kimono and Drapery Crepes
Very artistic designs and colorings. 3G inches wide, U5 a yard.
While Brocade Madras
Makes stylish waists and gowns. 27 inches wide, only 20( a yd.
Dirigo Novelty Dress Goods
New and dainty, 30 inches with. G 'arris for SI. 00.
A TTRACTIVE additions to our
Stock all over the Store.
Every item is interesting. Read
our ad; but better still, come to
the store and see our new goods.
ASK FOR DRESSMAKER'S DELIGHT
ladies' black Cashmere Shawls with knotted fringe. Price, 33.C
In black, white, and tans, lisle double feet, garter tops, all sizes.
LADIES' plain lisle hose; red, pink, and blue; all sizes.
LADLES' SIDE AND BACK COMBS; a lare assortment; price from
ItED DINING CLOTHS. Good quality $1.7? $2 $2.25.
DINING CLOTHS; white with blue border and white with red border.
Price 91.75 and $2.25.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts
. SOCIAL CHATTER zmn HOME TALK w
pi nyOTORS. carriages, enuoMrl
fitaSE .inn. .iti'l pedestrians gnlly
(tVfi wcuilnl lliclr way to Wnl
B 3 n 'el'' ou Sunday, the occasion
ti 3 I"'!"" pit uli luncheon Riv
en In i)otor and Mrs. 1'. II.
Humphrls In lienor of Consul General
Kawnuml lc II Lavnrd. who Is In
Honolulu on imiio to take up lila ilu
tlpi nt his new Biutlon In .Manila,
TIip artistic countrv place of Allan
Herbert. Ksq., was at Kb host, ntul
the picturesque walks, te.i houses.
nml tlie bathing pool, with Its spark
ling wnters, limpid nml deep, nml
straight from the mountains, -.vera
gl cully appreciated. There nro ul
ways delightful surprises tit Wnllelc,
for often ono comes upon winding
wnlks iiinl hltlilcn nooks most unox
pcttedly. sometimes too much bo for
flirtatious couples, who always hlo
themselves awny to tho iiulet cor
iier, hut thero Is no insstery nt
AS'allele, nml too latu Is this founil
The ball-room. spacious nml tool,
the comfortable blMlaiil room an. I
walk beyond wero all fnorlte places
for chatting, nml the dinlng-ronm
over tho pool was a f.norcd spot to
watch tho Jolly bathers ns they took
the long illvo Into tho veary heart of
tho pool, to shaily nml protected, and
so romantically situated, with moss
grown locks nml trlcMiiiK rivulets.
The bridge, too, was lined with In
terested spectators, anil no ono was
moio oxpert In tho art of BWlmmlng
nml diving than the Riiest-of-lionor.
Tho delicious luncheon, served hot
and appetizing, was passed around
hy tho guests Thl3 was an Intor
ludo groutly appreciated, as tho
crisp mountain air always Rharpens
tho appetite, ami at Wnllele this Is
particularly true. Chatting, music,
mid walking to tho mnny tea houses
which, thanks to Sir. Hcrbeit. dot
tho mounlaliislde, wero bomo of thu
Joys of tho afternoon.
It va's Ideal, overy lilt of It, and
not until a lato hour did tho last
juost bid a reluctant good-hy to Wnl
lele and their, hosnltnblo host and
hostess. Dr. and Mrs. Humphrls.
Among thn-p present and Invited
wero Captain and .Mrs. Hoes, Govern
or mid Sirs. Fienr, Admiral and Mrs.
Swinburne. Mr and Mrs Cieo. Davles,
Mr. and Mrs. P,,illciitn, Mr. and
Mrs. Prossor, Mi and Mrs Edward
Tcnnoy, Mr. and Mrs Itobert Atklu
fcon, Mrs. Harry Mncfarlane, Mr. tuiil
r - ii i ii , .. 1 1 I,..
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
Mr George Totter, Mr. nml Mrs. Frank Moors, Mrs. Alexander 0.
Swunzy, Miss Swunzy, Mr. and Mrs. Ilnwes, Jr., Mrs. II. H. Harrison, Mrs.
Clifford Kimball, Mr. and .Mrs. Al- J. A. Johnson. Mrs. 0. I'. Kluegol,
Ian Herbert, Mrs. Kngllsh. Mrs. Vln- -Mrs. Kotlnkky, Mrs. Kalph I.yon, Mrt.
rent Kltcat. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. j Frederick Lowrey, Mrs, Lcwton-Caso-Deerlng.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaines,' Drain, Miss M. Llglihinn, Airs, Robert
Mr3. Frost. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wat-' Lowers, Mrs. M. Mnclntyio, Mrs. Mar
son, Mr. and Airs. Alexander YoungIntyre, Miss Mnclntyre. Mrs. A. A.
Miss Young, Mr nml Mrs. Archie McDonald, Mrs. Mist, Miss Mist, Mrs.
Young. Dr. nnd Mrs. i-angliornc, Dr.tlJ, T. Moore, Mrs. Monsarrat, Mrs, 01
nnd Mrs. ilarvo. Murray, Lady Hof-leon, Mis- Olson, Mrs. E. E, Pnxton,
on. Mi', nhd Mrs. W. L. Slunloy. Mr. Mrs. It. J. Pratt, Mrs. E. Paris, Mrs.
nnd Mr3. A. M. Ilrown, Captain anil .1 W. Podmorc, Mrs. Ulcluirds, Mrs.
Mrs Wodhaus, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph It. It. Roldiord.Mrs. C.-P. Itoc. Mrs.
Forster, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Wntor-.ll. Hostuilok, Mis. It. Ilycioft, MIm
hpuse. .Mrs. Itoedefolit, Governor and E. II. Smith, Mis. W. G. Slnglchurst,
Mrs. Carter, Mr. and .Mrs. Gerrlt Mrs. F. A. Saylor. Mrs. F. C. Smith
Wilder. Mm. S. (1. Wilder. Dr. and
Mrs. Judd, Mr and Mis. W. M. Gra
ham, Mr. and Mrs. D.mford, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Alexander G. Ilnwes Jr., Col.
and Mrs. Hnwcs, Judge and Mrs. llal
lou, Captain ami Mrs. Robertson, Dr.
nnd Mrs. Sinclair, Mr. nnd Mrs. II,
Focl.e, Dr. and Mrs. C. II. Cooper,
Misses Winston, limgnrd, Ethollmln,
nml Elsa Schaefer. Illanche Sopcr,
Norn Swnn7.y, Stanley, Mr. W. Ton
ney, Admiral Sebree. Captain FIske,
MeMrs. Jack Alklnton, MacKinnon,
Jamlebon, David Anderson, Alfred
Castle, Percy Clcghorn, It. Shingle,
It. Anderson, Cushman Cartor, A.
Macintosh, A. Ilumo Ford, Carl, Erl
Ihg nnd Howard Hedemann, Harold
Spencer, Harold Castle, Tarn Mc
Grew, Ulchard Wright, Walter Dil
lingham, llruco Caitwrlght, II, An
derson. Mr. Chilton, U. S. A.; Cap
tain Exeter, IT. S. A.. Gowrnor Cleg
horn.' Dr. Cofer, Dr. Ilodglus, Dr.
Mrs. Steere's Tea
. Mrs. Frederick Eueeno Stcero wns
the hostoM on Mondn of n delightful
tea In honor of Mrs, C It Hcmenwny,
.Mrs. X C. Colbum, --ml Miss Col
burn. Tho nrttstlr. bungalow was
tool and Inviting, tho fresh breezes
fiom Mnnon glWug vitality to (ho
air and making It very pleasant.
Mrs, W, W. Thayer. Mrs. L. E, Thay-
tr, Mrs. II. M. Tucker, .Mrs, ",Vm,
Thompson, Mrs. 1L vop Holt, Mrs.
II. von Danim, Mrs. P. L. Weaver,
Mrs. Edgar Wood, Mrs. II, U Wlth
lhglou,,Mrs,' Ernest Watcrhouse, Mrs.
A. Wnll. Mrs. F. L. Waldronj Mrs.
A. A. Young.
Ileautilully clear and sunshiny was
Monday afternoon, tho first At Homo
of tho season given hy Mrs. Walter
F. Frear at "Arcadia." Tho ilrst
Morula's of each month nro relig
iously kept by tho Govornor's wife,
and Monday was n particularly bril
liant affair, owing to tho presence of
Admiral Swinburne, Admiral Sebree,
and oinccrs. Mrs. Frear received on
the spacious lanal at ono side of tho,
entrance and hIio was assisted hy Mrs.
Swinburne, beautifully dressed In
white, und Mrs. Ilecs, who looked
hnudsomo In a smart toilette; The
Royal Hawaiian Hand Btatloned on
tho lawn, led by Captain Ilcrger,
played brilliantly throughout thu af
ternoon. It wns essentially a garden
party and tho prettily dressed niutds
and matrons escorted by officers In
sweet uniforms made a gala appear
ance. Mrs. Clifford Kimball presid
ed over tho punchbowl under tho
shndnw of an old tree, ono of the
Is, Mrs. Uplinm, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. city, and thu widow of Judgo Georgo'ty at tho oxponso of Mr. Piillen, ns this
Harry llaldwln,, Mr. and .Mis. Kim- Gear of Honolulu. She Is nil extreme- extract wltl show:
ball, Mlsg Charlotte Hall, Miss Linda ly handsome, nnd accomplished woman! A little, bird has whispered that Mr.
Schncfer, Miss Margaret Peterson, and hns ninny friends' In tho Hawaiian It. C. W. Piillen. nRslstnnt master of
Mist Allen Hoth.) Mlis Pnty, Miss Islands as. well as In.Cnlifornla, Judgo ( tho Cathedral -school, has gone to Ja
Hartwell, Mlts Sturgeon, and Miss Oear was appointed United Slates CII-- pan"to tnko a complete course of Jul
iCuthurluo Goodalo cult Judgo of Hawaii by President Mc- Jitsu nnd Sandow cxciclso. It Is rum-
it i it Kin ley. Mr. McKcnzle has held sov- ored that upon his return ho will und-
Mr. Tarn McGrow, was the host t't,,a' K''Vornment positions in Napa ortakc to knock out any person under
a picnic Mippcr nUAlea on Thursday
at which abbut thlrty.nvo' guests w
Iireent. A dlp'ln tho clear, Icy
4"'vri ((,- tk II utlU -U ' MJ Mll-JI)MUII) I. II .1 M . I . U fd
which was much appreciated. Tho '""' '" ' WH !
1:UIII1LV UUil HUH IU1LI IIUKLlll'liU. II1I1!!'-, I'll . (?:i I M 111 11117- .111111 1111L lillllU fllUll
,.,., in rni,inH.i J...i.n.' .ii li.i'1 ii..'tj . r i..ni..!-. rn nt.i,'t I fi n t UnWt v I f or t hem 'it onca'. mid hasi ened . to
uru i.-!.S .m n,i. liLiU! ri.U i.Vii l.,......i'!n,.M,,i.;.'it.,,',1r.f',i..3 . K-iliho. I tlmlr resnocts to tho famous flx-P
ni.i "line iu iiiui.u v"1-J,l .uniiw uuiuv. iiuiiuu, --.uiiivuiMi i.in("i ,. Hivm 1 ),,vi.uv 1. -. . ...
roll n-i 'Ir....'i!...ll.f.. i.i'.:l.. .;.! JL 1, i..' ti.ii-i...'i ' , ilnnt nnd liln ehariiiliiir.wlf(
1 iiuj uiu .hi nii-Bi'-ii Di-viiuiuutii iiuucy- i.iustiin. ijwukiub uwi iwii.iiiiiu i.ui, mij , rr 1 : "- 1 - L
hilt, Itiinnxiflnn llin nvi iitlt' .lililtrn tlourni!. I' . fl 11 w
.Mrs. O. P. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Clif
ford Kimball, Captain Elliott, of the
armorer cruiser Maryland.
Judgo. and Mrs. Dole, who havo been
visiting tho other Isluuds, have re
turned much benefitted by thu chango
of air. Thero ds not n nioro popular
or distinguished couplo In Hawaii, and
tho older olllccrs In tho Fleet asked
supper wns nerccl rfiom three tables
ou tho lanal nml tho, glorious, moon
light which was icflccted In tho water
made a picture not room forgotten.
R. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
VKUAItl un IHAUItAU ilUAUllrltK I
ITLTCt Tan, rimrl
j Cklf., NJ..tH l'alcliri;
aim every llcnuin
im braulY.i-tiii il
tt. ii.i, !.. rt
Yri Mbtttn-l 1 lie tent
i.( at ytr ml
is prtiw-rir maoa,
(clt of airallir
14m, Dr. J A.
Ha ri ! I to ii
UJf of tLt tiftul
ton t nilcntj;
"A jruu )klii
will uie tbem.
'flnurtiinl rrt-Min M th tratt titrniful tt ftll tht
kin rrtiiuriilviti." tri'e tjr ill dr.i(rtPti nnd funcf
Uood iJialurtln tl UbUcitbtAt1L-aii4tl4 u4 Karopc,
KSj.3 lie-"' T
K ' (ft' -7F It
Mauvo bougalnvlllea and graceful many which dot tho lawn, nnd sho
made a pleasing picture In a dainty
white frock. In tho dining room
Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder poured toffee and
Mrs. Alonzo Gartloy presided over the
tea urn, Mrs. Wilder wore her pic
turesque Dlrectolro hat, und an em
broidered whlto frock. Mrs. Gurtley
looked very well in white, Thoio
wero hundreds of cullers and Govern
or Frear looked out for ovcrybody In
his. quiet, gracious way. Mrs. Frear
Is winning golden opinions and makes
nil Ideal Governor's wife, Sho looked
very charming on Monday, her Blm
plo dotted muslin being most becom
ing to her demiiro beauty. Lllto
Virginia Frear wits very mucl) In
cvldon6o nnd really holped tho bevy
of pretty girls who assisted In dis
pensing tho hospitnllty of tho man
sion In a remarkable, manner. Sho
Is n dainty sprite with a piquant fnco
glowing with Intelligence
Among others nsslsting Governor
nnd Mrs. Frear woro Mr. and Mrs.
Mott-Smlth, Judgo nnd Mrs, Ilallou,
Captain and -Mrs. Moses, Dr. and
Mrs. Lnnghorne, Judgo Lindsay,
Judgo and Mrs. Whitney, Mr. Wil
der, Mr. und Mrs. Gartloy, Mrs, Phil
ip Fronr, Mrs. Kingsbury, Mrs. II
rlustcis of golden shower made Hi
rooms nttiactlvo. In tho dining
loom Mrs. Royal Mead poured cof
fee and Mrs, Emory served tea. Clus
ters of golden shower wero most ef
fective against tho dull blown back
ground of tho room. Ou tho lanal
Mrs. A. N. Campbell presided over
tho punchbowl. She looked very
handsome In a toilette of yollow tullo
oer bilk. Mrs. Steero wore a long
whlto embroidered silk, und her
guests wore attractive costumes.
Among those present and Invited
wero Mrs. A, II. Alexander, Mrs. J.
Andrade, Mrs. G. II, Angus, Miss
May llurlmnk, Mrs. W. II, Ilnbbltt,
Mis. C. 0. Perkins, Mrs, M, J. Ills
hell, Mrs. C. G. Ilockus, Mrs. iloedu
feld, Mrs. E. C. Ilrown, Mis. It, A.
Cooke, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs. It. A.
Cooke, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs'. Mon
tagtio Cooke, Mrs, Henry E, Cooper,
Mrs, J. O. CArtor, Mrs. F. W. Car
ter, Miss Carrlo Church, Mrs, C, F.
Clcmmons, Mrs. M, Campbell, Miss
II. Diew, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. W. II. Em
ory. Mis. W, L. Emory, Miss A. M.
Folker, Mrs. W. F. Frear, Miss Laura
Croon, Mrs, A. Gartloy, Mrs. G. 0.
Guild, Mrs. William II. Goctz, Mis.
fBD.T.H0PUXS,Pp,37GiealJ:Mi Street, KewToiL J. D. Gaines, Mis. A. F. Griffiths, Mrs. McK. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. A. Low.
Chljioso lanterns adorned tho kual,
hut tho moon boliiR nt'.thd full cast Its
radiance over everything, making It
as light as day. Thu country houeu ol
ijio McGrows Is Ideally1 situated, tho
pla'clil waters daiclhgJntiil glimmering
beneath tho bank, leaving n trail of
Bllvcr which was reflected In tho moon
light. After tho supper, which was
delicious, everybody went crabbing
from tho pier which extends far over
tho water nnd most successful was
tho catch. Many had never tried this
sport before nnd wero Introduced un
der irost fnvnrablo circumstances, for
tho moonlight cast a glamour over
over even thu struggles of tho des
perate game. Mr. McGrew, polished
and courtly. Is always a perfect host,
and Is at his best , when entertaining
friends. He was assisted by Mis. Mc
Grow, Mrs. Cooper und Mlns' Ilarda
way. About eleven everybody mot
ored, drovu or rode- Into town, only a
few staying behind with tho host nml
tho Doctor. Tho guests Included Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Forster. Dr. and Mis.
F, II. Humphrls, Mr. and Mrs. Piosscr,
Dr. nnd Mrs. James Judd, Mrs, Lewis,
Dr. and Mrs. McGrow, Dr. nnd Mrs.
C. Cooper, Mr. nii'dv Mrs. Gerrlt P.
Wilder, Miss Sargent, Mrs. Ernest
Waterhouso, Captain and Mrs, Wild
hams, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander G.
Ilnwes, Jr., Mrs, Hoedoreld, Mr. Chil
ton, U. S. A., Captain Exton.U. S, A.,
Mr. William Park, Judge, Alexander
Lindsay, Count von S. Domkcrvitz.
Tho pol supper which Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Cooper gavd'ln honor of tho
Natal Day of Mr. Tarn McOrow, was
a most successful and brilliant affair.
Pink carnation lels wero over each
chair and maidenhair as well as pink
cnrnntlons adorned (ho daintily set
tablo. A lingo butterfly 'enko with ap
propriate candies wnB tho toothsomo
cqnter plero, which wns cut by tho
guest of honor, Tho delicious viands
.toniptlngly bi-rvcil woro greatly appre
ciated, Tho gnoses included Mr. and
Mrs. C. Hollowuy, Pr. and Mrs. E.
Wntoihoiiso, Dr. ami Mrs. Jumcs Judd,
Miss E. Sargent. Miss Hardaway, Dr.
OuoBt and Captain Fox of tho Pacific
Fleet, Mr. W. Wn'kor, Dr. Cofer.
Of Interest Is tho following clipping:
A wedding of great Interest to society
people horo t,oqk placo. In Napa yes
terday whon Mrs. Mildred D. Goar nnd
George S. McKcnzio woro married.
Tho ceremony was performed hy (ho
jllov. Richard Wyllo In tho homo of
Mrs. V. McLean, and was witnessed
hy a largo number of relatives' und
friends. Tho Inlilu Is a daughter of I).
F. Durfec, the lumber merchant of this
Tho fol'nwlng ihymo explains ItscK
and was written bytJlrs.uScott's son:
HAliD TIMES AT THE CATHEDRAL
' No. 1 V
Poor old Joe
' Got tho blow,
Poor old Dlft
Got tho birr.
Poor old Hcmmnml
Got tho lemon.
Poor old I.oasl
Got the most.
Poor old Hap
Got thu strap,
Poor old Llneh
Gut tho pinch.
Poor old Hlght
Got the bite,
Poor old Tup
Got thu slap. - .
, No. G
Poor old Sticking, A .'
Got tho licking,
Poor old Hall
Nearly got all.
Lucky old Hcnuy
Didn't get any.
Hut poor old Scott
Got tho lot.
Tho nhovo veises were written by
Master Gordon Scott, a budding poet
of U years, lately u pupil attending tho
Cathedral school and one of the un
fortunate children who wns so unrea
sonably and cruelly strlck by Mr. Piil
len, tho assistant master. They woro
written Without any assistance and
nro published oxhctly US' written nnd
without any corrections whatever.
It Is good nows to hear that Mr. R.
J. Illicitly Is to give a recital tho last
of October. Ho will bo assisted hy
Mrs. Tcnnoy Peck ns accompanist nnd
other well known talent. Mr. Ducti
le) 's exquisite and cultivated violin
playing Is well known and everybody
Is glad to havo un opportunity to hear
again this clover musician. Tho list
of patronesses Is n notable ono.
Admiral Swlnbiirno Is an old friend
of tho Doles nml llioy gavo a small
luncheon In honor of tho distinguished
officer and his hamleomo wife on Mon
day, Golden hhuwer, gracefully fes
tooned, funner tho centerpleco and tho
luncheon which only tho Doles can
give, was voted delicious. Those
asked to meet tho guests of honor
wero Cnptuln ami Mrs. Itees, Miss
Nlmi Adams and Admiral Suhroo.
Tho oulcomo of tho troublo between
tho Cnthcdr.it school ami Mrs. Scott
resulted In n complete victory for tho
latter. Tho newspapers aro very wit-
'another good old sport, Is'-miggestcd --Is. ' Hllo, who has been a
as referee. At present tho betting Is "" " "t-.ii.uu-,--, moiu.nn-.
on. We kid. -Tr -.L. A
Mr. Raymond do,IJ..I.diyard,l who. Is
liebig Bojcxtciislvely 'entertained, was
4... A m - .
given a beautiful dinner at tho Ilrlttsh
Consulato on Wednesday evening by
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Forster. Maiden
hair ferns and whlto asters uiuilo' a"
daluty and cool centerpiece. Tho
candles wero softly shaded and sprays
of maidenhair woro scattered on tho
tablo most artistically. Mrs, Forstor,
who Is a pretty woman, looked charm
ing In spangled net. Tho guests In
cluded Dr. nnd Mrs. Humphrls, Mr. and
of -De.: andMrs. McGrew. returned to.
her homo 7m Friday. She Is a dcljght
fill woman, versatile and ncconii)-
llshvd. i ,
Mrs. Raymond do 13. Lnyard expects
to Join her husband In November. Sho
will not como this way, but go direct
ly to Manila.
Mrs. Sanford II. Wadhnms will not
he nt homo formally, until the first
Filday In October.
Miss Anna Paris has gone to tho
Volcano for a visit.
Opening. Display of
comprising the latest New
York ideas both in Styles and
Whitney & Marsh
Begins New Year
September 14, 1908
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