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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1908.
COMPLETE FALL STOCK OF
NEWEST WEAVES and LATEST COL018.
Our stock of new materials for this season wa.
never more complete nor more beautiful that! now. The
exquisite materials and fashionable colon invite your
attention by both their correctness and delusiveness.
Fancy Broad Cloths
Herringbone Cloths leading colors
Novelty. Stripe Suitings
Shadow Stripe Mohairs, popular colors
In fact, every thine that is new and novel, in Diess
Goods, will be found here at prices that are Bight.
New Beauty Pins
Plain, fancy enameled, and Dresden effects, pretty
designs, 25 and 35t each.
Hold Fast Shirt Waist Belt
With dip pin, holds the waist in place, 15.
For all popular makes, in all sizes, 5 a paper.
Best quality, 3-oz. bottle, 10 a bottle.
FOREMOST DESIGNEES CONTH11.
I ARRIVAL Of, HEW FALL QOM
AN EVENT OHMMWANCE.
If you want pattern hats, we will
show you many that are dashing and
picturesque. LoolroTer our selection
of GAGE Hats. If you want smart
Street Hats or. inexpensive Dress
Hats yon. will find' us quoting: the
lowest prices and still maintaining
! the standard' of styles. We are show
Prettiest Hats in Town
Shirt Waist Embroidery
' New, in white and colon, 301 &
to Stout Women !
The "shapeless stout woman" In get
ting scarce. She has found a remedy
jn the fnmoui
orcr" your fig
tire, giving) on
n better shape
than joii ever
jHCtcil to hare;
' so effectually
that joii con
"take In" j our
skirt nt least
tlirco or four
There Is a
Corset In a -model for ocry type of
stout Woman tail and stout, short and
stoutor Jost "fat."
3t2 for tall stout women l$0
320, same, wltliFlatulng-lIack ) U
314, for short stout women CQ
318, same, with Flatnlng-Hack 1
Every, Nemo Corset Is tnado with
the Nemo "Trlple-Strlp lie-enforce-ment"
bones and Jtccis ...uuot cut
through. . .
. yyAi f7x v
I .rtt Jr 1 1T II 1 II
Farwcll White Cotton
Soft finish, 36 inches wide, 10t a
in polka dots' and pretty designs for
waists and suits, 42 inches wi.lc,
from $1.25 upwards.
For Afternoon and Evening Gowns
' I TncrA Np!
, Black, Brown, Blue, and Pini.
j double width, extra Rood quality, ut
$1.50 a yard.
Black' and Cream CHANf ILLY
NETS and POINT DE SPRIT, in new
. Easily attached, saves the stocking.
1 Price ,5t a pair.
, Automobile Hair Nets
Extra large size, real hair, 35
White, red, navy, brown, and
, black, 65 a yard,
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Our line of FANCY SILKS is very extensive and
includes all the latest weaves, designs, and colorings.
Elegant Fancy Dress Silks
In leading colors and latest designs, only one dress
of a kind, from $1.00 a yard upwards.
Messaline and Liberty Silks
In Ivory, Rose, Copenhagen, CicI, Tan, and Taupe.
Special at 85 a yard.
Black Taffeta Silks
28 inches wide, guaranteed at $1.15 n yard.
, Black Taffeta Silk
Money Refunl Silk, 3d inches wide, at $1.85 yd.
Crepe de Chines
In all the leading colors, extra quality, at $1.25
and DEMI FLOUNCES cswccially adapted for Dircctoirc
Gowns, new elegant patterns.
SOCIAL CHATTER ie HOME TALK
UK COMPARATIVE QUIET ,lnd
rest of this week Is most gr.ttc-
ful nfter tho strenuousness of
the' preceding ones. Thre
were enough dinners, teas,
and lunches to make life In
teresting, but the mad rush and
whirl of tho past two weeks llngors
in the mind's eye ns a pleasant mem
ory. Miss Ethollnda Schaefer's mar
riage, which Is to be celebrated De
cember eighth, to Mr. Alfred Castlo
will be a social cent, for both llio
young people are members of Impor
tant families and are universally 111;
od socially. It will be a church wed
ding, nnd the engagement cups and
saucers, as well as the bridal gifts,
Iiavo begun to pour In. Miss Ethel
Inila Schnefcr Is not only n pretty
girl but n 6ralny one ns well. Tho
artistic bungalow of Mrs, Clifford
Wood will bo tho first resting-place,
but a new house, to bo erected in
Kuuanu Valley not far from tho Ital
ian villa of teh Schncfors. is already
spoken of for the future residence. It
Is hard for a girl born In the Vulloy
to stray far from that cool and beau
tiful part of town. Tho Richard
Cookcs have the lot next the Castles
nnd the Andrew Fullers will soon
build on their new lot close by. The
coolness nnd freshness of Nuuanu
Valley, .Manon, nnd the Heights aio
just beginning to he appreciated, the
health alues of'the Mfo-giving biecz
rs and showers speaking for them
selves. Mr. Ilode, who was attacked In ll.e
middle of the night by an unknown
assailant not long Blnco, Is stilt at
' tho. Queen's Hospital, but decidedly
on tho mend, so his physician, Doctor
Collins, sas. Mrs. Ilode Is stopping
with the Montaguo Cookes.
For Miss Gordon
.Mrs. Lcwton-Ilraln was the hostess
of'n pretty luncheon on Wednesday
last In honor of Miss Emily Gordon, a
nlcco of Canon Usbourne, who is
spending the wlncr at "The Rectory."
Tlolcts lavishly adorned the table,
the hnskot in tho center being Mild
with these exquisite, flowers. A cor
ago was at each plate. Among the
guests were Mrs. Charles M. Cooke,
Mrs. Usbourne, Mrs. Allen Hottomlcy,
Jlrs. Mont.igilo Cooke Canon and
Mrs. Usbourne also entertained for
JIIss Gordon at dinner on. Friday eve
ning, and among the guests asked to
meet the charming stranger were Ml.
nnd Mrs. Leopold lllackman, Mr. and
Airs. Allan Hottomloy, Mr. Jamlown,
Mr. Percy Cleghorn, Mr. Gordon Us
bourne. The tablo was beautifully
decorated with cut flowers and feirs.
The gnmo of bridge whist occupied
everybody after d!-ner.
Miss Allco Iledemnnn will not re
turn with her parents In Novemlur,
but expects to spend the wlnnoi nt
Cannes In the Revlera with two rela
tives from Denmark, who always
spend tho fashionable season nt tholr
illa nt this most exclusive of r.v
Mrs. r. H. Humphrls is spending
the week ut "Kualona," tho bungalow.
of the Hawes, In Manoa.
Capt. and Mrs. Bees Entertain
A silver Jardlnlcro filled with beau
tiful roses, consisting of the bud, the
half-opened rose, and the rose In full
bloom formed the centerpiece of the
dinner ghen by Captain and Mrs.
Rees In the private dining-room of
The Pleasanton on Monday evening.
In honor of Viscount CusanI, captain
of tho Italian cruiser Puglia. The
guest-df-honor, an accomplished and
brilliant man, was most Interesting.
Mrs. Rees looked lovely In black chit
fon. Honolulu is Indeed fortunate to
havo two such charming people, as
Captain and Mrs. Rees, who havo al
ready done so much for the pleasure
of visitors during their residence
here. Very comtortnbto and Inviting
looked the llttlo bridge tables on the
lanal to tho guests as they came out
from dinner, nnd soon they were nil
busily enjoying the game. Thoso
present were Mr. nnd Mrs. II. F. Dil
lingham, Mrs. Swanzy.'Mr. and Mrs.
Ocrrit Wilder, Italian Consul nnd
Mis. Schacfer, Miss Schaefer, Judgo
The Moan a Hotel on Saturday last
was tho scene of a charming lunch
eon given by Mrs. II. A. Field, who
has been dhldlng her tlmo between
the Moana and the Pratt bungalow
in College Hills. The table was dec
orated in tones of the softest pink
and delicate greens, the deepest pink
being the exquisite blossoms of the
Gordon Dennett carnation. Looking Onlnsborough chapeau or pink on
out of the windows of tho dining- , which wore arranged flo drooping
room the sea showed Its most opalea- plumes. Tho afternoon was spent In
cent lights on Saturday, from tho playing bridge 'and cosy tetc-a-tetes.
palest blue and green, to the rosiest As the large table at which Mrs Rees
pink, In ever-blending harmony. The 'presided were Mrs. Ernest Mott
guests were Mr. Robert Pratt, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Usbourne, Mrs. C. Mi
rams, Mrs, juiq, Mrs. inompson, Cooke. Mrs. Agnes Judd. Mrs. Andrew
Mrs. Guild. Mrs. J. II. Pratt, Miss
Frear, Mrs. Damon.
Miss Helene Robson, so well known
Fullor, Mrs. Frederic Lowrey, "Mrs.
Moses, Mrs. Freeh ' Macfarlanc, Mrc.
Uayard. Mrs. Wrlghtson. Around
this table were the five smaller ones
In Honolulu, Is spending the year in .and tho guests were Mrs. Uallou, Mis.
Europe. Field, Miss Frear, Mrs. Upham, Mrs.
(Parks, Mrs. Arthtlr Wall, Miss Carter,
Mr. Ronald Paton has teccntly lest Mr. Gaines, Airs. Wadhanis, Mrs.
his brother. The news was received .Lewis, Mrs. Gait, Mrs. llornbcrgcr,
tho gardens of Alnraou. Tho captain
of tho Puglln, Vlcount CusanI, and
tho four officers who nceompanled him.
much cnJoed tho Hawaiian music so
sweetly sung by Miss Irene nojil. Miss
Lorna Iaukea also gave groat plcasuro
by her charming selection on tho id-
nno. Miss Irmgaid Schooler's beau
tiful contralto olco was heard l
j.reat mhnntngo In tho lolly lanil and
Miss Itcslnrlck's ocul selections weio
most pleasing. Governor Cleghorn,
tho dlstluguUhed nnd gracious host,
mndo n most dclcctablo punch, which
wm grntl appreciated hi tin It-u-liiliH.
After I Ik; iuuiich of nil present
wcru Inscribed in thu famous guert
book, ho took I hem for u Pti (ill lhmtg!i
tho delightful Kiounds. Those asked
to meet tho Italian olllcerH wero Itnl
Ian Consul nnd .Mrs. Siliaclu, .Mln
by the last mall.
The mother of Mrs. Wadhams, of
Fort Shatter, Is soon coming foi a
visit to her daughter. She spent sev
eral months at tho Hawaiian aud
Moana Hotels a few ears ago and Is
quite well known hero.
Mrs. Ralph Forster of tho llrltlsh
Consulate Is expcctlnghor aunt from
Paris to winter with, her.
Miss Marion Scott Is returning
Mrs. Parsons, Mrs. Robertson, Mis.
von Holt, Mrs. Dabbltt, Mrs. Philip
Andrews, Mrs. Laoghornc, Mrs. Jas.
Judd, Mrs. Hawcs Jr.
The news tins been rccelcd of the
marriage of Mrs. Porter 13o)d last
Monday to Mr. Percy Ilenson. They
will reside In Reno, Nevada.
The following clipping about two
well-known peoplo is of Interest:
"Mr. and Mrs. Horace D. Plllsbury
.i . j 'j .. . . .....j . i woo nave occupien ineir nomo in r.i
2 " JU.d".d. "?; t. "er.. " 'cerlto, San Mateo, for the past two
..,. "" " "'"" ""ycars, are now in town nnd hnvo tak
slmot recovered from;her Bovcre 111- . ...,. . ,h ts,i,, m
vm iti'oi iiisviivD fav iiiu i UUIUU1114
Plllsbury had Intended spending sev-
For eating, drlaklng and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
AtrJO 'V.-ssssssi n
I TT Bssssssssssssssssssff
I sS13B jZi bssssssssIt
oral months In Boston with her :mr
nee. Miss Jessie. Kaufman may also
arrive In the same steamer.
u- h ,. ti m... h .,- en s, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, but re.
at presenUn London! will soon go to ,JrnPd a, fe,w da' B" ond wl" l,a',8
ILfllan ihaiA lliair b1 1 InlnnH mf v .
Mrs. Margaret Marx and her daugh-
ter Drucllla, who are now at tho
The spacious lanal of The I'lens
It is with regret we hear that Dr.
Cofer Is to be sent to Washington, D.
C. Ho Is one of the, most popular so
ciety men here, and Is well liked by
nnton was'the scene on Wedneslay &' brother physicians.
of one of tho most enjoyable lunch-1 j
eons of tho season, given by Mrs. I M'M do 1'Artlguo wll,sall In the
Corwln Rees. This beautiful lanal. Lurllne. She will study for tho stage
la particularly adapted for' the seat-
which she is so eminently fitted to
ing' of, so many guests, the natural,1"10"1- ne naa many menus ner
decorations of palms' and' greens In who wlh her a srand success In her
the garden making this a sholtere-KFno,H,n. Profession
spot from theisun as well as a rrctty
setting for the dainty toilettes of the
BIlAhtM. PIHIi W. 4hA fnlhf. utli.mn
carrleiTTout In Ainerlcau. Beauties, la " ;l- " "" " ' ""
Prnn n,i n..,i!... ,... ti.L terUinod and has quite fallen In lovo
with Hawaii, to which sho will ome
Mrs. Upham, the wife of the Lieu
tenant Commander) will aleo sail In
France, and Duchesse roses. Tho
routid table In theoenter of'the clr
cular lanal at which Mrs. Rees nre
bided was decorated-by a silver standi
. ...l..l j . j. m j I
uMin waicn rciiea-a jaruiniore nneu
with !.-...,..... l..l.. tl.
,( ." . " .yr'i " ner on Thursday evening. A canopy
wen. DuuuuuuiUK tuio won u DUIV i . . U,-U ...a ..nn.
.... ,l. .. rri. "' o..-, .,. u.w. .,-" ,-,......
Ul nUDllAIIKII .CI 11D. I uv
Mib. A, G. Hawes Sr. of San SjucI
j5avo her husband a surprise stag din-
Binma v. s. r.i.t oiiti
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Salt by Lttdlnf Oioctri la Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHBSTen; mass, u. s. a.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IK
EUROPE AND AMERICA,
.wreath of Australian ferns,
place-cards were dainty, hnrid-palnt-
ed fans representing scenes from Ja
pan. Six smaller tables surrounded
th'e central'one which, decorated with
'Duchesne and la France rosea, gave
I the atmosphere the perfume of a rose
(garden. Mrs, Rees did the honors
must gracefully and wore an exquis
itely hand-ombroldered French frock
of linen and lace. -'Everybody donned
their prettiest frocks and I among
those noticed were Mrs. Sidney Ual
lou, who looked a quaint 'picture In
nu early Victorian lint tied under
, the chin, of the new peacock-blue
shade, her dress of the Bajne tone car
rying out the picturesque effect. Mrs,
Robertson's frock was a dreant of
pink chiffon, With 'this beautiful
nn electric lamp artistically draped
In tones of green, made a prettv set
ting for the table underneath, the
decorations on which were double yel
low;, chrysanthemums and a great pro
fusion of Australian ferns. Invited
were Gaernar Cleghorn, Honorable.
S. M. Damon, Honorablo W. 0. Smith,
Dr, Humphrls, Judge, Hartwell, Mi.
Gerrlt Wilder, Judgo Sanford 1).
Beautiful Alhahau was tho scene, of
p most eujojablo tea on Tuesday af
ternoon, gUen by Oovernor Cleghnin
In honor or Miss EtheJnda Schaofor,
to whom he allowed the. privilege of
linltlng the guests. Tho Inrgo hlstp'
leal lanal was beatulfully auiutuica
with tho crimson blossoms of tho ox
there was a Man who
Meant Well and Tried
Hard. He had a Large Family and a
Small Income, and his Wife had a very
Expensive Disease called Social Aspira
tions. His Firm wanted to Promote him,
but his Glum Visage had a Depressing
Effect upon Customers, and they
couldn't Afford to do it. He was
Soggy and Heavy-Eyed after lunch,
and the Funeral Advertisement be
neath his Bonnet gave People the
and becoming toilette XAfyyaiipa prla, which grow, lu eucU prolueloa lu
Doctor said, " Incipien
Ten Dollars." The Man
said, " What's the Use?"
The Firm said nothing; they sent
him a Christmas Present. It was a
Case" of bottled Primo Beer, marked
"A Glass with Meals."
Next month he got his Promotion.
Moral: If your Internal Anatomy
is Disturbed, try a Glass of P r i m o
Beer with vour Meals.
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