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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 190S.
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Per S.S. Lurline
DHOPS. PENDANTS, nnd TASSELS arc to cc extensively used this
senson for dicss trimmings. We have a fine new assortment.
SACHS is the place to buy LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSIERY.
Our stock, is always up-to-date and prices riijht. It matters not whether
you wish Cotton, Lisle, or Silk Hose, Wc h&v: thiin.
Tapestry Table Covers
8-4, 10-4 12-4; new.
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ic& KH H SEE OUR FORT STREET WINDOW
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m i uii i'ucwil.i v hi nlug nl
Hull W.illdkl rosidituc in
Imam of Mrs Swinburne,
ifi of the Admiral if Iho
vl'aclflc I lnt Covers woro lalil fi)i
tvvrlvo ninl t'u lights glowing softly
ijovor the lieuitlfullv iletarntml .tablo
.'made ii i,onii iffeit Yellow iosi1? re
posed In i i nt-glass wisp In tile cen
ter, nml mini thin iHiiut tlio gmll.i
Allies win ginn-full) festooned from
oml to cii'l falling artUtlcnlly fiom
the cnmlli HiKi, thus uinklug nn
iiiiusuallv pli ii-dng decoration Tlioso
iisKcd In nn ft tlie eutwI-uMioiioi
htero Mr mil Mm PriincU SI Swan-
Si'. "Jtttlfi' .in tl Mrs Sidney lialhiu.
firs It" ii .Mum, Mm Oorrlt Wilder,
Ir timl M Mfxniulpr (1 ltnwis.li.
Ur. ninl Mih !' II llnmplirls. Dr.
KCofar Mi IIiiup Ciirlwrlglit, Mr. l).i-
MU Atll'CIHIIIl .11 TB OW111U1MI1U HlDK-
cil luuiiltotnr in an ctnlirtililereil ncl,
'the pinsn,fntt'rli ln-lng romiioscd of
tfoimls, pi hi Is. anil brilliants Mm.
Jltobei tmn s I'uiiuln froiK w.is mucii
idralrui1, it lioltiR a I'rlnecBB nf B"ld
fillet Lin (ni lutln and tbo Inns,
cllnglnK fillln rm very Kracvful mid
becoming Whin ulio ilepmtcil uvci)-
tioily iintlccd lier I'aquln cloak of
'llame-ioloi ed ilotli with Its IiIrIi
cruihctl "'(liar In tlio samo tone and
tlio lilt, blue k taffeta bow. Tito guests
pluM'tl liililRi) or utrolli'il In tlio
lnoonlltjlit and the seats mi the l.iwn
were mni ( imii pi lilglj plmod for tcto
h-li tef '
rim pian ror mo iapn l.ncnnip-
merit an i;itm; on well. Kcrjbod
(eeiiiB Inti'icHteil In rulnlnu money for
tlio Humane Bodet anil aro vmUlM
villi a will foi siieb a good ohjuct
Tlio bootlm liuvo been nsslgneil unil,
ucl.lh nil wt'it- hatlxlled. which la
t.iyluR nun h Tlio Mifii i iiahlou
booth loniliuti il b Mrs. 1111111 U
Swctu will tinliid with tho (.indy
booth M11 S (i Wlhlai' lulu eh uce
','of (he IiUim Ilia booth will bu at-
'tractlib bu at il on tUc lawn, not
too f.u aw.n, tn be uiicBsllilf. ninl
11 the Ianul will nlxo bo utiitlunocl U.'o
tlueo I vi 1 .ibltiK will ho en foto
on uio t'le .. 11 ' 1 tiipMii vi an 11.1-
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
J A new down ten hold. Steal and
brlok structure. Finished at a cost of
$150,000. Ewy comfort and content-
enco. Un car linos iranjietnng id an
parts of ell. Omnibus meets all trains
Now recognized as .Hawaii
an Island Hcadquartcis
Cable Addrcbs 'HOSTEW,"
;, A B C Guide.
Oui stock of tlie popular It & 0 CORSET, i'i all styles, is now com
plete; No. G?i Loii Waist is a leader.
We have just lcccived a huge slut.mcnt of LADIES' KNITTED UN
DERWEAR. VESTS, DRAWERS, and COMBINA'lION SUITS.
from 20 a piece up.
Children's Oravenette Raincoats
In TANS, BROWNS, nnd GRAYS The Very latest of the Season.
tii.ii illllofl will tarnile tip and dow.i
ilir- tioird walk and pemtiado yon to
part with our eherlshid dimes, No
admittance Is to bo ilturgcd, but I
Tin- different attractions, mieh as
dancing, bridge, p.ilmltr, Kbootlng
gallon, pustotllci', ilgar Btmul, lem
onade, loffee. handwIiheH, will, of
touise, de'.minil a small price for tliclr
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dancing will attract man, ami Mrs.
iiumi h iiaiiiomiiuc nous uio 10 110
fastlnatliig Tho butt I gioiiuds aiol
illlfilitfull situated for a fiollc of
this nntttro nnd the (!lp9) tiro which
will burn un the laual, will suirly
attrait ooi)liod to tho I'eto for tho
bene tit of tho llumine Society.
For the Holts
Ten coors onchcled tho artlsllcal
l. decorated tablo at the dinner on
Tu.Kdaj oeniiig ghett at tho Jloan.i
Hotel by .Mla.i Winston in honor of
Mi and Mis. II. (Itlggs Holt, who
balled In tho Tcnyo Maru for their
linmo In Shanghai. Mis. Holt, who
ii Ju.it-iecoorlng from 11 mhIcjus III-ne-s,
looked oxtrcmcly well In a graco
ful gown ot lace and satin. Mr. Holt
was la excellent form nnd ntnttscd
ccribod by his witty lemnrks.
(Irecns nnd follugo made n (ool and
nttracthe dccointlon, Miss Winston,
by tho way, will not sail In the Ala
meda, much to tho ilellght of Iter
many fi lends.
Mrs. Installs' Recital
That Mih. lagalls, Honolulu's fav
orite Uollnlst, Is popular elsewlieic,
la evidenced by a few words front
Coast V-tpers: "Mrs. Ingalls, who
lntB precn herself a fuvoiHo wth
the most ciltlc.il g.ithctiiigs, niado
her Wolln tell with triumphant cm
phnsls whnt the iollnlst In 'Talcs
of a Waysldo Inn' flawed as 'tho Joy,
the triumph, I bo lament, the exttlta
Hon. the pain or all tiuo Art'." Ta
"Slio takes her nit setlously, and
her playing alwas iommIs 1111 mtlstlc
ttmperamcnt and an excollont tech
nlfine. Sho draws a full, win in tone,
and poshciMes tho necessary lentiisltes
of a lollnist )n n high degree." Sc
uttle Mall and llciabl.
Mis. instills will bu assisted by.
Miss Carolyn Sheffield, who Is Indeed
an ncimlnltlon to musiial ilnles In
this city, as she Is a en iLort pianist
of niuili liiagiictlsut. Mi. lug ills as
ntcompiub't Insures satisfactory and
sinip.tthctle nccompanlnients at tho
re; Hal tomonow evening tit llihliop
Hall The tickets for sudi n conceit
aic more icatonnblo In lirlto than un
ci before known In this city, and It Is
a point to bu congiatulntcd upon.
Mi and Mrs Hubert Irving I'tilton
ceitalnly had a busy day dining tlmlr
bilof glimpse of oui beautiful Hono
lulu They woro greeted at tho
wharf JttEt ns they slopped off tho
Tonn Marlt by a delegation of liuck
c)cs, 11111I c motor car convoyed them
to the I'.ill mid nil tlio Interesting
sights that, could bo gotten In. Tho
Aquailum was a soutco of gieit en-
juMiieut. Never had they seen so
. j&. - ..iatetfLmjMAfflfiMJi.,
CORNER FORT AND BERET ANIA STREETS
CHATTER -ss: HOME
ninny strango and highly colnted fish.
Thi'lr mtiinlng was bioiight to n
clo&o b 11 delightful Itiuiheon at Mis.
V I... Ilojipcr's, where the dellcloim
lands and (iiollng lrlnl.Fi weu much
nppiei L11I01I after tho iluxti tide. A'
lslt tn the Alccanikr Athlollc Kleld
nt Oalio. Collego was one of the Jos'
of (he nftcrnooii, llctii nil w.is life
" - vw....
ana crfor, tin, laiRo lent lieliiK ilrm-a
light Hiininii'r ilri'ssoa wore
oery.'htMC( In tho big lent Miss Mo
nti lco t'.istlo illspcii!.oil looting ilrlnl.H
mt lemoiiiiiin anil aue loohcit voiy
graceful mid .ittr.icttc. The football
game w.ir most exciting and the Oahit
jell nmdo tlio welkin ring Whnt.
lungs What rncigj! And how
hupp) was oU'Ooni'. IJen tho older
guests bi'onn'd to catch tho spirit of
the hour- that of health mid happi
ness the watchwotil of Mr. Sinuicl
T. Alox 1 nilci The tablet was un-
No II oil shortly after half-past thiec.
and pretty little I'ntty Wntci house
pulled tho string. Mr. Wnllaco Al-
cxnmler initilo tho piesetitatlon, mid
his speech, short mid to tho point,
vviiH nu oloiiueitt one. Tho bos'
Held Is Ideally located nnd will glvo
health and happiness to thousands
who will ilso up nnd bless tho mem-
ory of tho good man, whoso rcmem-
bianco It will ulwas revive Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hilton thoroughly enjoyed
tho experience. Tho nftornoon ended
with n delicious dinner given thotn
by Mis. Wadmau. In tho evening
thoj attended the Kllnlinna Alt
League, vvhero u lecoptlon was held
In their honor. On tho iccolvlng
BY FRA ELBERTUS
Written in a sinccro and kindly desira to help the younu who do not know, and the older ones who sometimes
and ther. leaps tn his lips or even to his heart, the foimula, "I
wasn't hired to do that," he is standing upon a creased plank that inclines toward the sea. When the plank
is tilted to a proper angle, he goes to Davy Jones' locker, and nobody tilts the fatal plank but the man him
self. And the way the plank is tilted is this: the man takes more interest in passing craft and what is go
ing on on land than in doing his work on board ship. ' So I repeat: n0 man pmploved by a successful con
cern was cvei discharged. Those who fall overboard, pet on the greased plank, and then give it a tilt to
starboard. ' .
If you arc on a greased plank, you better get oft from it, and quickly too.
Loyalty is the thing! . 2' Z ' " 2
kji.! wj!ji.M. .
lino were Mis. V. M. (Ir.iliain, Pies-'
tileltt mid Mrs. (lllmnie, .ludgo and
Mih. Helilon Klitgsbuty, Consul and
Mm. Mitchell, mid Miss Spalding Mr.
rullon roclted In his w underfill wny
"An Order Tor a raliiliug." "Tho
I.ad of Sclllo," "Tho Lost Wife,1
"Undo Israel," nnd. two scenes from
"Mnt belli," and was enthusiastically
applauded. Later In tho eenlng
light refreshments weio sorted, mid
cci)body chatted with the gucsts-of-honor,
who sailed un 1'rlday for
the Oilont, it being n vacation tilp
for tho Dean.
Of Mil's Katharine Oliver's coining
it the Klluhann Alt League
on the following dates with repei
tolro Ineluded TuoMlay, Oct. in, Tho
Little Minister; Thursday, Oct in.
The ConrtEsloiis or n Literal y 111
giain; Monday, Oct. 19, Dr. Luke nf
the Labrador; Wednesday, Oct 21,
King Henry VIII tho testimonial or
bo well known a man ns tlio Dean of
Kmerson Collego 1 Oratory of Ilos-
ton speaks die itself. Mr. Sotlthwlclc
bas: "Knthmino Oliver has chariu-
od and delighted so many audiences
with her Intel pretntlon of Barrio
and Inn Mnclmen and brought so
tloso homo to 113 Scottish life nnd llt-
crature In Its ila Till ripples nnd In
Its tragic depths, that nny woid or
commendation from 1110 Is superllu-
ous. Hut It was with especial Intcr-
est that I witnessed whnt was. per-
haps, her Initial excursion Into tho
realm or Shakespeare. Tho reading j
was a condensation of King Henry
VIII. I was Impiesbcd with tho cvl-
A big business is a steamship bound for a port called Success. It
takes a larje force of men to operate this boat. Eternal vigilance
is not only the price of liberty but it is the price of every other
flood thing, including steamboating.
To keep this steamship moving, .he Captain requires the assist
ance of hundreds of people who have a singleness of aim one
purpose a desire to do the right thini? and the best thing in or
der that the ship shall move steadily, surely, and safely on her
course. ' Curiously enough, there are men constantly falling over
board. These folks who fall oyuboard are always cautioned to
keep uway from- dangerous places: still there arc those who de
light 111 taking risks. These individuals who fall off, and cling
to floating spars, or are picked up by pawing craft, usually de
elnic that they were "discharged." They say the Captain or tlie
Mate or their comrades had it in for them. ' I. am inclined to
think that no man was ever "discharged" from a successful
concsru he discharges himself.
When a man quits his work, say, oiling the engine or scrubbing
the deck, and leans over the side calling to outsideis, explaining
what a bum boat he is aboard of, how bad the food is, and what
a fool there is -for a Captain, he fradunlly loos"rs bis hold until
he falls into the yeasty deen. There is no one to'blame but him
self, yet probably you will have hard work to make him under
stand this little point. When a man is told totfo a certain thing
i-miH, , u.'ji.' kitili
3G inches wide, 20 a yard: CARDINAL, MAHOGANY, TAN, OL
IVE, GREEN, BLUE, COPENHAGEN, nnd NAVY. Make fine couch cov
BLACK, WHITE, and NAVY.
A fine lot of NEW VEILINGS and SQUARE VEILS in the latest
deuces of ischolntly miitl)sls of ilinr-
iclet, and literary incrimination,
with tho subtlety of touch which II- nnd costumes. Mr. nnd Mrs. L.trgoy
laminated in.nij n line or won! which left tonight for New York. Thoy will
the nvernge reader would pass, tiuiljicturu next month to Ilutte, whole
with nil thoso idemetitH of offectUe-
uens which thoso who have cor list-)
unci! to Mls.f Oliver know mi well.",
And in pcrtonnl letters to Miss Oliver
Is the following: "Haddo House. Ah-
erdeen, Nov. I, HIU1 -My Dear MIssHug H.iriy Talor In San rianilsco
Oliver: lloth Lad Alieidccn nnd I about eight turs ago. She f-ociiied
have very pleasant leiollections ot'u
the occasion when nu gave some ail
mlrilblo leadings for us mid our
friends at (iuvorntnent House, Otta
wa. Hoping (hat uu will have a
veiy successful tour, I lemalii, very
truly )ouis, Aboidecn." That Mlsi
Oliver comes highly lecommciidcd the
piess notices irovc.
Tho following is of great Interest,
as Mrs. Laigey was well known in
Honolulu, She spent luv era I months
nt tho Moana not long since:
Oiu.tha, Nob.. Sept. IS Mrs. A.
('.. Slehn of Modesto. Calif., was 111.11
1 led at St. 1'elei'H Chinch at noon to
day to Moirls Sollets La 1 gey, tho
banker mid miner of Ilutte, Mont.
Thoy arrived In Omaha 1'rlday morn
ing from Now York. Tho wedding
took place today from the homo or
Prank McGinn, a binthcr-ln-law of
Largey. lioth Mi. L.trgey mid his
lirldo arc i'S jcitrs of ago. Morris
Largey, who Inherited $0,000,000 on
tho death or his fathoi sovcral cms
tign. Is stld to liavo been 0110 ot tho
heaviest losorn In st.igo ventures In
iccent je.trf, when ho Btailcd Nona
i J,i'iKiMhAw.Wv,liit xj
lll.ike, bulng pla8. leasing theateia
and lavishing money on sconlc effects
they will leslde.
Tho Initio In tho Omaha wedding
1b well known In San rranclsco and
In Modesto, whcio sho was reared.
Sho 11 MIbs Ctessy prior to her wed-
divorce from Ti)lor after 11 blunt
111.11 It.tlcMierlcnce, and live years ago
married John I. Slobo, joungest sun
of John 1). Slebe. tho liquor mer
chant. Tho Slobcs only lived togeth
er two eais and woro then separated
by divorce. Thoy had no children.
SInco being divorced fioni Slobo,
tin 00 yems ago, Mrs. Slohe spent a
groat deal o! her tlmu In tho Hast.
Anions tho dlnnerB of the week
was a pietty one given by Dr. nnd
Mrs. Clifford Wood. Mrs. Wood luta
but recently returned from nbio.ul
mid Is looking exticmely well. Tho
table' was adorned with dahlias and
they made a lino Bhowlng. The gnosis
Included Judgo mid Mrs. Scldou
Kingsbury, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Wil
der, Miss Dorothy Wood, Di. Victor
Collins, Monsieur Amndco. the
French professor nt the new College.
Mr. nnd Mis. lSockus are quite es
tablished In their new icsiilcitco tit
Knptolani I'ark. The house has been
remodeled and tho largo lanai and
uualtit windows look most attractive
It Is nuo of the most dcsliablo pi up
ortlcs on tho beach and Is well lo
cated. It was funnel ly occupied by
Mr. mid Mrs. Marx nnd was part or
tho Castle Ustnto.
Dr. and Mih. II. Murray gave a
bridgo dinner on Tuesday evening.
The hugo punchbowl or cut glass 111
tho tenter or the table was tilled
with oxqulslte pink nnd white roses.
Among tho guests were Mis. Lily
Paulino I'tost. Mr. nnd Mrs, I'dwnid
Wnlson, Dr. Ilndgins,. nnd Mr. Wil
liam Williamson. Tho Muirnys al
ways entertain well nnd theli din
ners aro delightful tiffaiis.
Mr. and Mis. W. W. Simpson, so
well known hoie, ror thoy weio
guests nt tho Mouim ror four wcoks,
pusfiil thioiigh 011 route ror thu
Orient in tho Touvo Main, Mts.
Simpson Is as beautiful its over nnd
Mr, Simpson Is the plUmo of health
and activity. Thoy spent tho night
nt tho Mo.inn, their favorite hotel.
lamaster II. Hayes llrooko has
been tiaitsfeircil to tho Connecticut.
A prctly little dlnnci wns given on
Saturday evening by Di. iittil Mm. H.
Wntei house, The color scheme or Iho
tablo dccoiatlons was In whlto and
gteen. Among thoso piescnt woro
Mis. Oenlt Wilder, Mrs. Ilocdpfnld,
Mr nnd Mis, A. O, llaw'on Jr., Dr.
Cofei, Dr. Hoilglus.
Mrs. II. Hayes lliooke, whols now
in Philadelphia with her llttlo daugh
ter Mm la, will Hpond tho winter In
Paris with lelatlvcB of her husband.
Sho mid Maria will join the I'nj mas
ter In January In tho Meillteiianean.
Mrs. Iloraco rillshuiy, neeninpinlud
by her two lowly children, Olivia inn1
I'.v.m l'lllsbur, will leave today foi
lloston. Sho will enjoy it two months
llt to her parents, Mr. nnd Mts. T.i
lor, liefiuo tetiiiiiliig lo Cnllforul 1. Mi.
and Mis. rillsbury will spend this a In
lor, ns Inr.t, In San Mateo, wheto Kiev
mo neeiiiolug the Sluoo home In VA
Cen llo. Call.
Mih. I'llltbiiry and elilhlrcn luv
. )( Icconlly ,,,,,, ,,j M.lltc Sil
dona, who Is having 11 brilliant success
since his return fiom Lurnpc.
Mm Prnat of Itivoislile, Calif., who
Is a guest at the Mo.iiui Hotel, was
the host ims of u most enjoyable luldgo
luncheon on Monday, llet piUe.i
weio How cm.
Young Cogswell, tho son of tbo
Into Admiral, Ih progressing favoi
ibly at the Queen's Hospital, wheio
he has been since the dcp.irttito of
Mrs. Itr.hcrtson is, until the mil v-
al or tho Kleot, u guest of Judgo mid
Mrs. Sidney ll.illou on Judd street.
Mrs, Henry '. Cooper has c.niU
out for At-Homes on Tuesday and
Thursday or next week.
YOUR "OTE can't be
less you REGISTER.
For eatlnft. cltlnklnft, end cnoUlnfc
Pure, Dehclous, Nutritious
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BfetWul Cocoi, I J lb. tint
tiVti'iChocoUte(w)rwccttnl), 1 .2 lb.cai.rt
Cerrain Sweet Cliocolatf, 1.4 lb. celci
Tor Sale by Lending Gcoccri
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
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