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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H , SATUnDAT, SEPT. 19, 100S.
NEW SUITINGS, LACES, GLQYES, iLUNERY, BATHING SUITS
AND INSERTIONS TO MATCH. ALL NEW PATTERNS. i '
BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS FOR LADIES' DRESSING SACQUES AND KI
MONOS. NOTHING PRETTIER, 0 YARDS FOR 81.00.
SILK-EMBROIDERED HOSE. NEW. 5 A PAIR.'
Silk Finish Black Sateen
MAKES FINE PETTICOATS. 31 INCHES WIDE. 30 A YARD.
NAVY BLUE AND TAN FOR RAIN COATS. 92.50 A YARD.
Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars
Qur Glove Dep't
Is Always Up-To-Date
Ladies' Rain Coats
Ladies' 16-button,all sizes, in Browns, Tans,
Fawns, Light Blue, Light Pink, Navy,
Gray, Black and White
$1.73 pair Double Tipped
THE RAINY SEASON IS CLOSE AT HAND. WE HAVE JUST RE
CEIVED PER S. S. ALAMEDA A NEW LINE OF LADIES' RAIN COATS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BATHING SUITS IN THE LATEST
Water wings for the Children
New Curtain Material
IN WHITE SWISS, MADRAS, AND CATHEDRAL CLOTH.
New Sailor Hats
FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN. . ' '
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Gor. Fort and Beretania Sts
SOCIAL CHATTER ussi HOME TALK &
TUB QUIirriJUB which has I)C-,unil Mechanics' Initltuto. Miss, ns-' Miss' Nora Swanxy. who looked hnnil
fnllcn Soilotj Is a welcomed thcr It. Hamilton anil Miss Jessie S. come In a charming costume of white,
change after the gaieties of McCormlck arc grnduutcs of the Unl- The supper was served on the lanal
last week With the prospect verslty of California und are both 'and the extensho view which opened
of tlio I'lcet again to prepare charming joung women. 'out on all the glory of a Into sunset,
for. rest and relaxation tiro I Miss Ada Stephens wnsc graduated wlS Inagnlflcent. Miss Castle, who
just what Is necessary, and small din- fioni Parker Institute and the Ailel- Is one of the most popular and de
iters, teas, and ijulet bridge parties 1'hl College, and tho Music Depart- Ilghtful girls 6f the younger set, was
nro most lestful and enjoyable. Many "lent li In ihnrge of Miss Ileatrlco a perfect hostess, and her guests had
of tho omiK girls aiu at mhool llarbauch, who wni graduated from n thoroughly good time. They ni-
Adnms. Among the guests were Mrs.
W. Ilabbltt, Mrs. Leopold Illnckman,
Madame lllanclic Arral's recital at
the Alexander Young Hotel was at
tended on Tuesday evening liv n
small but appreciative audience. She
was supported by Mr. It. J. Iluchley
In a masterly manner. The diva sang
l linfintlfiillv iinitut mrv iititilnrimilil
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again and stern mammas hac been Park College. Mrs. Hurt has the rived early In tho afternoon and circumstances and received nuito nn
putting down thn law us to the ex- Sawing Dcpaitmcnt, and Miss Ksther spent the time, chatting and sow-jovntlon ut tho closo of the program,
tint of their g.n times when tho Kullno will return. Tho Institute Ing. Tho guests nsked to meet Miss which was as follows:
I'lcet ,irrlcs llowcci, Madamo la lUelf Is a fine pile and wortln of Its Swanzy were Misses Clliellnda Schae- 1. Queen of Bheba Gounod
Mere must not bo too scvire, for tho position In tho most picturesque part
prcttj girl are ns necessarj to tho of Manoi Vallej
happiness of thn .Middles and I.lou-1
tenants as the (lowers which compose Dinner to Layard
n noscga With tho prospect of a I A mound of dou lie Marguerites
ball, a garden fete, and entertain-nnd maidenhair formed tho centcr-
ment on board ship galore, ono tan piece of tho beautifully appointed
look forwaid to mnnj ga Units with
the g-illant oflltcrs
At Athcrton Hall
Die Mld-I'm-lllc Institute, Athct
ton Hall, Manoa Vnlley, has a bril
liant Iltt of women who hao been
engaged ns Instructor In that valu
able inbtliutlon. Miss Mabel 13. Ilo-
dlnucr given by Judge and Mrs. W.
I.. Stanley In honor of Mr. Itajmond
dc II I.njard on Wednesday evening
nt their residence on upper Tort
street. It was rather on the order of
"Hamlet." with tho I'rince of Den
mark loft nut, for Mr. Layard'B
steamer balled on Monday afternoon
irnther unexpectedly, and the nlncc-
sha, tho principal, has alieady made ,tnr(Is tjplfllng tho departure of tho
nianj friends, and i.lio Is singularly
fitted for her iiiipoltnnt position.
She cones from Now Hampshlto and
Is of l'urltan jncestrj. Her home Is
Hadtllffe and she prepared at Abbot
MIsj Ada M Vincent, the matron,
conies from .N'ew York State. Sho Ib
u gradnalu of Itnihester Athenlum
For ealln, OrlnWnfe, ond cooklnj
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Dreilimt Cocoi. 1-2 Ib. thu
Bt) n't Chocolate (uu cUentJ), I -2 lb. ctlut
German Sweet Chocoltle, 1.4 Ib. clte
Tor Slo t LjOUA Grocers
WALTER BAKER & GO. Ltd
D3RCH>ER, MASS., U.S.A.
IIIGHWT AV(A13 IN LUTOPE
gucst-of-honor tiny ships In full
will cnused much merriment. To
the absent one healths wero drunk
light merrily nnd llrldge, which was
Introduced nftcr dinner, went off
with a snap and a vim. Tho Stan
ley's Is ulwnjs a hnspltablo house
nnd this dinner was an unqualified
success notwithstanding tho regret
ted departure of Mr. Lajard for his
now post In Manila. Thoso asked
to meet him were Mr. nnd 'Mrs.
Italph Torstor, Dr. and Mrs. F. H.
Humphrls, Lady Heron, Mr. and
Mrs, (leorgo Davles, Mr. and Mrs.
Lowton-llrnln, Miss Nancy II. Wins
ton, Miss Klttlo Stanley, Miss Anna
Danford, Goernor Clcghorn, Mr. Jas.
Coclcburn, Mr. David Anderson, Mr.
Jnmlcson, Mr. J. MacKinnon.
For Mrs. Andrews
MIbs 11. Itutli Young was the host
els of a delightful bridge luncheon in
nonor or Airs, rnlllp Andrews on
.Monday at tho Walklkl villa. Has.
kelB or American beauty loses nd
maidenhair ferns adorned the suporb-
ly appointed (able, Mrs. Philip An
drews wbb very much admired li
whlto chiffon cloth, She is us viva-
'clous and cliurmlnir ur ntlor. Miss
JYouug'g perfect figure waa gowned
In a bluo Princess. Sho Is ono of
the perfectly groomed )oung women
In Honolulu nnd Is nlwnvs up-to-date
In oerthlng The v ':es. pretty
ell pins, wero mos,t Ubeful prcsentB
ioi me Mgliist scores nt each table.
The guests asked to meet Mrs. An
drows Included Mrs James Wilder,
Airs. Andrew I'uller, Mrs. llnrmlon,
Mrs Charles Wilder. Mrs. V Klnmp,
airs rieui, Mrs. itch, smith, Mrs. A,
Low Is. Mrs. A. Gartlcj, Mrs Arthur
Ilerg Mrs Archie Young, Mrs. An
derson, Mrs. Charles Cooper.
Supper on Tantalus
"Kallula," the Tantalus residence
of tho W, It CaBttes, was the scono
I on Tuesday of a pretty buffet sup
per, the hostess being Miss llcatrico
Castle. It was given in honor ot
fcr, Klsa Schaefcr, Alice Cooke, Cath
crlne Goodnle, Vera Damon, Julia
Damon, Ixirnn laukca, Irene rishcr,
Margaret Castle. Allro Macfarlanc,
Marlon Wnterhuusc, Margaret Water
house, llland (2), Green, Klnora
Sturgeon, Hernlce Hartwcll, Lily Pa-
ty, Constanco Hestnrlck, Dorothy
Wood, Wllhelmlnn Tenncy, Jessie
Kennedy, Ulanche Soper, Mrs. Itlch-
urd Cooke, Mrs. Fred. Damon.
The wearing of orange blossoms Is
co universal that It has become a
featjiro of overy smart wedding. It
Is accounted for in different wajs.
Among other stories Is this popular
legend from Spain: An African king
presented a Spanish king a magnifi
cent orange tree, whose creamy,
waxy blossoms and wonderful frn-
granco excited the admiration ot the
wholo court. Many begged In vain
for a branch ot the plant, and a for
eign Ambassador was tormented by
the desire to Introduce so great a cu
riosity to his natlo land. He used
every possible means to accomplish
his purpose, but all his efforts com
ing to naught, ho gave up In despair.
Tho fair daughtqr of tho court, gar
dener wns loved by a joung urtlsau,
biit she lacked tho dowry which tho
family considered necessary to a
bride. One day, chancing to break
off a spray of orange blossom, tho
gardener thoughtlessly gave It to his
daughter. Seeing tho coveted prize
In the girl's hair, tho wily Ambassa
dor olleied her n Aum sufficient for
the dowry, provided sho'gavo lilm n
branch and said nothing1 about it.
Her niairlago was soon ' celebrated,
nnd on her way to tho altar, In grate
ful remembrance of the Bource ot all
her happiness, Bho secretly broke off
another bit ot the lucky tree to
adorn her 'hair, Whether the poor
court gardener lost his head 'in ion
sequence pf his daughter's tcachery
the legend does'not relate, but many
lands now know the wpndcrfiil tree,
und oyer since that wedding day or
ange blossom lias" been VoftMdcrfcd a
fitting adornment for n bride,
Mrs. Georgo Carler, who so Boon
sails uway with the Governor for a
trlirnroilnd the world, is being exten
sively entertained. A 'pretty bridge
tea wns elen in her honor tin Mon
day afternoon by Mrs. Ernest Mott-
Bmltli wlilch was a inost succecsful
affair. The gucst-of-honor looked
inarming In a white dress elaboidte-
ly hand embroidered. Mrs. 'Mott
Smlth was assisted In entertaining
by her Blste'r, Miss Lily Paty. Tho
prlzis, tea cups and saucers of Can
ton china, were won by Mrs. Itees,
(a) Sing, Sweet lllrd Ganz
(b) La Scrennta llragi
Ily Mr. It. J. Iluchly
(c) Mower Bong from Faust
(d) Sale Maria Hobeu
Ily Mr. ft. J. Iluthly
(a) Cava tin a i Ilarf
(li) Polish Danco . .Wlcnlawskl
(c) Hungarian Dances
Mr. 11. J. Iluchly
Thou Charming lllrd . David
S. (a) Viltanello Del Aqua
(b) Ave Maria Gounod
Ily Mr. It. J. Iluchly
(c) Cood-Iljo Tost I
Herbert., was ghon nn ovation by a
contribution of one hundred dollars as
a nest egg. Many wih and means
wore discussed ns to the best method
of raising money for this splendid pur
pose nnd an ocnlng fetu was decide d
upon to bo held at the Moann hotel on
October 13th. This will bo in thu nn
turo of a Gypsy encampment, all as
sisting being In fancy dress or oen
Ing dress. Camp flrcn will burn on
the lawn and nineteen booths in all
will tempt tho purse, for tho wareB
dlsptajed will bo of tho most svducthe
nature and tho fair maids and matrons
nttracthcly gowned. A quintet club
will play In tlio.lj.ill room and ono dol
lar will bo charged foi admittance, In.
eluding dancing for thu cntlio even
ing. TIcket3 will be Issued to that
one can return after leaving and tho
Itoyal Hawaiian band will piobably
play on the lawn. Hcry thing Is plan
Hid on an clnborata scale, and taste,
tlmo and money will bo spent to make
tho Gypsy Iiicampment ono ot tlui
events of the )ear. Of courso thu
Fleet will be here nnd much help is
expected from them. Tho various
booths up-to-dato arc as follows: Sofa
Cushions Mrs F. M. Swanzy, Mrs.
Tiees, Mrs. Geoigu Dnvtes, Lemonade
Mrs. Glguoiix and assistants. Post
Olllcc Mrs. Seidell Kbig3bury and
Mrs. Cornwall. Peanut Fortunes-
Mrs. A. H. Murphy. Caudj Mis. S
0. Wilder. Target Ilooth Mrs. 11.
Humphrls. Grab Ilox Miss Snrgeiu,
Mndame Arral, hor husband, Mr. MIbscs Macfarlanc. Tea Qarden Mrs
Harold llassett, Including hor maid, Gerrlt Wilder. Iloso Foitunea Mm
two iIoes. and tho wonderful cats. L. Abrams Ring Lake Mrs. Aiihur
sailed in the Alameda, and Captain Wall. Ico Cieam Miss liniRiid
lierger plajed tho national llelglan Bctuerer. inina Leis juih. a t ijj.
hymn at the dock In honor of the lr. Danco, Miss do Lnrtlguo. hpril-
sweet hlnuor. Manv friends were er Dr. Monsarrat. Cut Flowers--
there to bid hei "bon voyi.ge" nnd Mrs- a- ,ln"ou- '"'"" nooui-
better luck next time.
Mrs. Carter Injured
Airs. J. u. carter, who dislocated
her hip by a fall down u (light of
stairs Is getting on wonderfully well
considering tho serious nature ot tho
accident. Naturally her many friends
wero vciy much alarmed when tho
nows first got abroad and they nre
much relieved to hear of suth good
progress towaid recovery from tho
family and phjslclan.
To Protect Animals
A most Interesting meeting was hold
at tho Aluxandcn Young hotel on Wed
nesday afternoon, the object bilug to
organize u bocloty for tho Prevention
ot Cruelty to Animals. Those present
were most enthuslastlo and Mr. Allan
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
TV T. FELIX mmVS ORIENTAL
H CREAM OR MACICL BEAUT1FIER
'(lourooil'i t'rmm' M U Urmfut or U li
Hi pruuuloni " Kor nil br U Hnii(lm nil incr-
Uooa onlaii In lti uuua Bum, in hi jmih.
J. W. I'. McOulre. llaby Doll Shaw
Mrs. M. W. Gtmn, Mrs. J. S. Walker
and Mrs. IJralneid Smith. Chniiitici
of Horrors Tents, Mis.
A. i:. Muiphy. Posteis .Mrs. II. MM
dlodltch, Misses It. Hairls, AJI"? Spjl
Ing, Vera Damon, Klorcnco Guru'.
Coffe and Sandwiches Mrs. H. K
Macfarlano, Jr. Cigars and Cljuettrs
Mrs. Alice Hastings and .V;s. Pud
Damon. Badges Mrs. Clllford Klin
ball, Mrs. C. M. V, Forstor and Mts
Jlennoy. Floor Walter nillliihlinin,
chairman, son unities, etc. jui,. r
W .Case Dcerlng, Miss Winston. I'ulin
Istry Mrs. A. 0. 1 1 aw oh, Jr. TliKen
Mrs. A. E. Murphy. Tho following
list of names have been voted upon
and accepted for tho executive com
mittee, und they uio respectfully
asked to attend motlngs and uct In
thu various positions assigned. Mrs.
A. H. Murphy Is chairman nnd all
questions will be gladly answuitd by
her or tho piesldent, Airs. S. II. Dole,
and Miss Hobo Davison. Kveijboily
will bo telephoned as soon as pos
sible. Kv or body Is very enthusiastic
and havu In many cases volunteered
thclt help, which linn been gladly ac-
fnittml- Mra Pmwln Tlnna trlnneftfl
flu dilution. U , , , , -, .-, -- -, .-
0iuHHiutUit Kalanlannole, Mrs. F. M. Swanzy, Mrs.
li'ihi'iJuliMi Dunning. Mrs. Wadhams, Mrs Qoorge
Ralph Forster, Mrs. J.P.
Dillingham, Mrs. J. M.
Dow sett. Mrs. F. Halstead, Mm. C. B.
High. Irs. C. P laukea, Mrs. Kings
bury, Mrs. Alex. Lindsay, Jr., Mrs. H.
H. -Paxton, Mrs. Goo. C. Poller, Mrs.
Geo Renton, Mrs. Ernest Itnis, Mrs,
Mrs.-'WAdmanr MrnChns. Lucas, Mrb.
C. W. CaBO Deerlng. Mrs. Van Dlno,
Mrs. Grimths, Mrs. II. K. Cooper, Mrs.
Philip Weaker, Mrs. Ilocdefeld, Mrs.
Prosscr, Mrs. M, GtoHsman, Mrs.
Soule, Mrs. J. Lovy, Mrs. M. Phillips,
Mrs Bliss, Mrs. Klnirron, Mrs. Itcs
tarlck, .Mrs. Scudder. Mrs. A. W.
Campbell, Mrs K. D. Baldwin, Mrs. i:.
I. Lord, Mib. F. Angus. Mrs. G. Angus,
Mrs G. Kluegcl, Mis. W. Monmirrnt,
Mrs. Chns. Booth, Mis. Waller Mac
farlanc, Mrs. Tom King. Mrs. John
Soper, Mrs. Huny Murray, Mrs. Cllf
foul Kimball, Mrs. Langhorue, Mis.
Paul Isenberg, Mrs. 0. du Hot, Mrt.
Church, Mrs. Howaid Hiimphils. Mrs.
A. G. Hawes, Jr., MrB. F. A. Schaefer,
Mrs. W. Graham, Miss It, Davison,
Mrs W. L. Mooro, Mrs. J. S. McGiow,
Mrs. C. B. Cooper, Mrs C. B. Wind.
Mrs. aerrltt Wilder, Mrs. Jaj. Wilder,
Mrs. Sam Wilder, Mrs. Geo. Davleb,
MrB. Chas. Wilder, Mis. . T Luc is.
Mrs. J. F. Moigan, Mis M. W. Giinn,
Mrs. II. II. Williams, Mrs. A. Oartloy,
Mrs. Kopke, Miss N. Winston, MIbs A.
Paris, Mrs. Jas. 1) Castle, Mis. Brine
kerhorr, Mrs. Arthur Wall, M'b. Fid
Smith, Mrs. Archie Young. Mrs. It.
W. Anderson, Mrs. K. C. Wnterhnue,
Mrs. Lew ton-Ill. tin, Mrs A. Bottom
ley, Mrs. P. IVear, Mrs. Iteldfoid. Mrs
J. D. Gaines, MrB. F. Bush. Mr.. 7. K
Mejers, Mrs. J. A, Kennedy, M b Wal
ter Jones, Mrs. Clarenco Cooka, Mi J.
Jas. Judd, Mrs. J, Lucns, Mrs. Tcnni"
Peck, Mrs. F. Klnmp, Mrs. iv.ister,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. llubcit AUIn
son, Mrs. A. M. Brown, Mrc li. n
Holt, Mrs. J. 8. Wulker, Mr3 1. M.
Illggs, Mrs. Lantz, Mrs. Gen, Smith,
Mrs. Fred Macfarlano, Mis. Alla'i Her
bert, Mrs. II. P. Wood, Mrs. flio. Hu
bert, Mis. K. D. Tennoy, Mis. Kngltfli,
Mrb. Sam Allen, Mrs. Klcbalm, Ml.-.
J. It. Gall, Mrs. Houlbilgei, Mi.t Far
rlngton, Mrs. W. Love, Mis. C. llockiij,
Jlrs. K. Watson, Mrs, C.-M. Cot?, Sr ,
Mm. C. M. Cooke, Jr., Mrs. K Coo'ki,
Mrs J. A. McCnndless, Mrs. F. .T. 1 o.v
ro, Mru. Albert Afong, Mrs Henry
Afong, MrB. 8. M. Ballon, Mru. C. Hoi
low ay, Mrs. Geo. Boss. Mm. Hllibelh
Church Is the head of the ciinKal
conunltlee and she reports overfilling
going on well. At tho mcelln,; on
Monday nt 4 o'clock In the dravlng-
room of the Young hotel foar ni.iiti
vice-presidents will bo voted upon
Tho list ot patronesses, wHch will bj
ndded to later, includo tho following'
Mrs. W. F. Frea'r. Mrs. S. B. llol. Mrs
Beet., Mrs. 0. It. Carter, Mis. J. O.
Caiter, MrB. Wailliiini, Mrs. S. M.
Damon, Mrs. F. M. Swat' .Mrs. E. K.
Wilder, Mrs. Sain Parkur. Mrs. Fret
Macfarlanc, Mrs. Bobt. Luwers, Mrs.
C. M. Cooke, Mrs dim Allen, Mrs.
Mary roster, Mib. Mint Smith, Mrs.
J. A. Kennedy, Mts. W. B. Castle, Mrn.
V. J. Lowiey, Mrs. Tc.ine Pock, Mis.
Allan Heibert, Mrs. DiliinlliJ;. Mid, F.
A. Schaefer, Mrs Paul Iunbeig, .Mrs.
Geo. DaIcs, Jlrs. J. 8. Mcf.'icv. Mm.
C. B. Cooper, Mm II. E. Cooper, Mis.
E. I. Spalding. Mrs. A Fuller, Mis. J.
O. Carter, Airs. M. M. Scott, Mm. A.
G. Hawes Si.
Mrs. Gcrrllt Wilder, who has spent
hcernl months In Honolulu, leturned
Tuesday on tho Alameda and Ib re
ceiving the warmest ot welcomes from
her many friends here. Call.
The Call has evidently mado a nils
tnkc, ns it Is Airs. Gaulner Wilder
who Is being so much intertalncd In
San Francisco. Mrs. Gerrltt Wilder
was nt tho Hastings street residence
In Honolulu when tho above went to
Mr. and MrB. C. Hedemann and
Miss Hedemann hao boon hcatd fiom
en louto to New York.
nm.ta Til, ritnplM,
ineUu, Moll I'.itliM,
(Jul, nj skin DUniwi,
an titrv uiamiMB
ouiuif tiuTu- cented;
!nr"'riVl?aK Carter.Mrs. Ra
hWSSiffi Cooko, Mrs. H,
Dftmf. Dr. U A.
btm itld to
ldr of tht hot
ton i Lftllttt).
MA rou Udlci
M. M. Scott. Mrfi. 0, J. McCarthy, Mra.
Mrs 3, Q, Wilder, and Miss Nina HBD.LK0PUN3, Pro 37 BimI Josm SEfttt, VrnTotl, L. A. Thurston, Mrs. L Waterman,
TWO SPECIALS IN
FIRST Made of nice quality Nainsook with 6-inch em
broidery flounce, 6 hem-stitched tucks, and wide in
sertion, at $1.25.
SECOND Of Better Nainwok, wide linon flounce with
9 rows of Val. insertion with edge to match, dust ruf
fle, with lace edge, at $2.00.
W THESE ABE BOTH WONDERFUL VALUES and
THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED.
Whitney & Marsh
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