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KVKN1N0 nUM.KTIM, HONOLULU, T II., BATlinDAY, DEC. 0, 1908.
Our Entire Store is Filled with the Newest, Choicest arid Cleverest Things for
the Holidays at Prices that Prove Us to be the Greatest Value Givers
This is an assortment second to none,
sizes, and moderately priced.
The latest styles in correct
At a." and 50 Pretty spangled effects with decorated sticks.
At 750 and $1.00 Crepe Lisse, lace edge, spangled with carved
At $1.25 and $1.50 Exceptional values in spangled and painted
effects, and lace applique with carved ivory sticks.
SECOND DISPLAY OF
New Fall Hats and
that have just arrived per S. S. ALA
MEDA will be on display, beginning
Monday, Dec. 7th
Shades and Styles.
Dainty Pink, Blue, and White Hats
in Bcngaline Silk, trimmed in
Plumes and Flowers for Christmas.
A special lot of handsome PLUME
TRIMMED BLACK HATS.
BUFFALO BILL HATS.
Children's TRIMMED FELTS,a new
assortment in leading colors.
is creating a great deal of interest,
and no wonder look at the two
that will be given away.
They are certainly worth trying
for. A Voting Coupon free with ev
ery 250 purchase.
Lace and Insertion
for the making of curtains, in white
and ecru, 400 and 500 a dozen
ECRU CLUNY LACE and INSER
TIONS for curtain-making, 100 and
150 a yard.
To See the Latest Fashions
In Woman's Attire Come to Us
IN planning your itinerary for shopping it will be wise to
include SACHS' STORE. The entire feminine world of
Honolulu is interested in the new fashions which have been
arriving as the result of our late buying.
NEW RPINCESS GOWNS.-The long line effect in Lace
and Embroidery, very handsome, in white and delicate pink
ELEGANT EVENING COATS In delicate shades.
HANDSOME DRESS SKIRTS, in Silk and Voile.
NEW WALKING SKIRTS A sample line; very latest- style
and cut in Voile, Panama, Brilliant Mohair, in black and
HANDSOME NET and LACE WAISTS, in White and Ecru.
CRETONNE HOLIDAY NOVELTIES
TOILET CASES, made of pretty cretonne with sparate compartments' and rubber
lined, at $1.25 and $1.35 each.
BACHELOR CASES in pretty designs and colors, and filled with pins and naadles,
CRETONNE WASH BAGS, in new designs and colors. 000 each.
FANCY CRETON COLLAR AND CUFF BAGS in bright colorings, at 500.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
Newest Dress trimmings
One of the largesfand best assortments wc have shown at Excep
tionally Low Prices. Colored Trimmings will be used extensively this
Season. Wc have a pretty assortment in color combinations.
PERSIAN FILET BAND TRIMMINGS.
Embroidered Pongee Bands in Persian effects. Applique Trimmings
in new designs.
SILK FRINGES in Black, Whit:, and colors. SILK TASSELS, DROPS
and PENDANTS, GOLD BRAIDS and CORDS. In fact, everything new
and up-to-date, you will find in our Trimming Dept.
Monday & Tuesday
Fruit of the Loom Cotton, soft fin
ish, yard wide, 100 yard.
35c Box RUCHINGS at 250. Six
neck lengths per box; no two alike.
11.25 SATINS 850.
Just right for Fancy Work and
Pillow Backs. 21 inches wide, in a
variety of colors.
Our Mail Order Department is thor
oughly equipped to serve out-of-town
patrons in a satisfactory manner.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all orders. ,
A sample line, no two alike. Come
and sec them.
Come in and Sec the
TALL DOLLS, SHORT DOLLS,
DOLLS WITH REAL HAIR, SLEEP
ING DOLLS, DRESSED AND UN
DRESSED DOLLS, TOPSY TURVY
DOLLS that will not break.
Bring the Children around and let
them sec the Happy Bunch.
SOCIAL CHATTER e HOME TALK
NOTWITHSTANDING the wind
and ruin of last Saturday It
was a Jolly house-party which
wended Its way to the Tanta
lus residence of the Wnter
linuhcs a must completo
imil satisfactory house to spend the
week's end the guests of Dr. and
Mrs. Watcrhousc. Some of the men
walked up from the Castle trail,
uiuoiig them being James Wilder,
fresh from his triumph In "The Mis
er's Mill," and evy clad of the
chance to stretch his legs nftcr the
mental unxlotlcs of the week. He
jiut seeral of the men up at his ar
tistic bungalow and James was tho
life of tho occasion, his stories be
ing particularly funny. Among the
invited guests at tho house-party
were Doctor and Mrs, James Judd,
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Wilder. Mr. and
Mia. Oerrlt Wilder, Mrs. Iloedelletd,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forster, Mr. and
Mm. Hawes, Jr., Mr. Tarn McOrew,
Mr. James Wilder, and Mr. Edwards.
The llrst vlow at tho Kilohana Art
League rooms on Monday evening '
was an unusually Interesting occa
sion and uttended liy many well
lnown people. Mr. D. Howard llltcli
iok, the president, greeted all corn
els In his own cordial way, which
twins to reach out to everybody, and
lie was assisted by Mrs. W. M. Gra
ham, the versatile, and Interesting
malinger, piettlly dressed In green
ihllfon; Mis, Janu I.lshmun, in a
dainty black ami white tollctto; Miss
Shlpnian, In palo grey; Prof. Frank
HoKiner, Mr, I'orklns, Mr. Catton.
and Mr. Wix, who was saying "Ant
Woldersehcn" to everybody. Ornngo
nilo was served throughout tho even
ing. Nearly one hundred guests
viewed the pictures and many wcro
tho favornhlo comments on the year's
work. Mr. Rofccustcln fully tntno up
to tho expectations of his frlcndi,
nml showed soma exceedingly good
hits of sculpture. Mrs. J. I.lshmau
Mora and Miss Shlpnian exhibited
Bdnio cholco china oxiiulsltety paint
ed, mid tho photographic beetlnn
showed u mosit Interesting collections
of pictures; by many well-known am
ateurs. Mr. D. Howard Hitchcock's
canvases attracted nil eyes, and ono
run Justly feol proud of such a local
nrtlfct. Other exhibitors of merit
woie Mrs, II. Focko, Miss Alilllo
,Juke, Miss M. R. Shlpman, Joseph
I. WhlttlMii. Mersh Hals, 'ilie cal
endar, wj willed were for pale, wero
ury nttxactWe and. can uo.obtaiucd
for a small sum, Different members
of tho League havo been serving aft
ernoon tea during tho days of tho ex
hibition, and the cosy little room
looked most Inviting, the tea being n
special blew provided by each host
cm. On Tuesday, Mrs. J. Itothw'cll
wns the hostess and thcio was always
a lomfortable chit-chat going on
around the tea-cups. Mrs. Augur
poured on Wednesday and on Thurs
day Mrs. II. Illuknell presided. Among
others wcic Mrs. Thomas Will, Mrs.
Ilcldford. Mrs. A. N.. Campbell, and
Mrs. Hawes Jr., who have promised
to take their turn.
An Interesting engagement Just
nmiounced Is that of Miss Ilclir of
California to Mr. Itufus Spalding
Cards havo been received us fol
lows: Mr) James William Iloltt
Invites ou .to be. present at tho mnr-
rlage of his daughter, Alllo May, to
Mr. John Hastings Howland, on tho
afternoon of Monday, tho seventh day
of December, one thousand nineteen
hundred and eight, nt half uftcr four
o'clock, at the Heggles Street Iloston
Church, Roxbury, Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. Leopold llliickman
moved to their new residence nt Kal
mnkl on Friday of this week. Tho
bungalow Is almost n duplicate of tho
one on College Hills, which is so uni
' Among the gayctles of tho week
was tho brldgo tea given by Mrs.
Charles Wilder ou Wednesday in hon
or of Mrs. Dunning, who lias so late
ly returned from a trip, Mrs. Dun
ning woro a protty lingerie frock
which was very becoming. Thero
woro threo tables and silver vases
wcro given for the highest score nt
each. They were won by Mrs. Wad
hams, Mrs. Recs, and Mrs, Andrew
Fuller. Mis. Charles Wilder Is a very
attractive woman and always has
about hor a largo coterie of frlcndB,
Mrs. Oortrudo Wilder, by tho way,
has gono to New York with Miss Ag
nes Walker. Thoy will 'not return
for Bovcral months.
Thu class in study random plays will
probably meet at Mrs. Walter Fruur'a
i.rtei' Ninas .Mrs I'lilllp Wi'iivii so
militated and Intellectual, will bo thu
leader. Needless to Bay tho class Is
very popular and constantly Incrcas
would enjoy exubei-
ant health and abounding vitality,
there's a way as pleasant as it is simple.
If you "don't feel well," it's safe
to- say that either your appetite or
digestion has "gone back on you."
A ''glass of Primo Beer with
meals will sharpen the dullest appetite
and insure an easy digestion to anyone.
Sound Sleep-Good Health
rne coming ucpanuro oi uuuiui
and Mrs. Iluphrls, which Is so uni
versally regretted, has been the motif
of much entertaining this week, in
their honor. Tho continued Ill
health of Mrs. Uuifiphrls for the past
few months has much disappointed
a largo contingency , of friends who
wished to entertain tho distinguish
ed Doctor and his pretty wife. Among
thoso who.i have baen fortunate
onough to dine them this week were
Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Swnnzy,
whoso beautiful dinner went pit with
tho cclnt for which that houso Is
noted. Twelvo covers encircled the
table, which was oxqulsitoly docorntf
ed with many vcut-glass vases filled
with doubfo crimson carnations. A
largo drop light was suspended
above tho table, which shed a crim
son glow and many tiny caudles
twinkled amidst the greens which
entwined the flowers. Tho guest-
cards with "Llhlmnuna," tho' namo
of tho house, engraved In crimson
(ottering, wero dainty hits. Mrs.
Swaiuy looked most impressive In n
black satin Princess frock embellish'
ed with rich white lace, nnd Mrs.
Humphrls woro a frock of real Irish
laco over white satin, n Bprny of real
daco lit her colffuro being most be
coming to hor dainty and oxqulslto
type of beauty. Mrs. Ralph Forster
woro a French creation of white np
pllnue laco over mauve satin. Hei
hair In puffs nnd parted In the mid
dle; she was extremely chic. Mrs.
Robertson's dainty typo looked par
ticularly well In n Llberty-satln Um
pire) gown trimmed In gold laco.
"Brldgo," of courso, occupied every
body. Tho guests asked to meet tho
Humphrls Included Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Forster, Mrs. Ashley Herman
Robertson, Mr. ond Mrs. Aloxnmler
G. Hawes, Jr., Govornor Clcgliorn,
Doctor Victor Collins.
Mrs. Frcnr gavo n delightfully In
formal baskot BUpper on. Thursday
uvenlng at I'carl Harbor In honor of
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Kont, who have
been quite oxtensholy entertained dur
ing their sojourn hero.
Judgo and 'Mrs. Stanley hnvo lu
turned from tltti other Islands.
Mr, William 0, Irwin Jias boon
spending somo tlmo In Washington,
Mrs. Adrian Spllvalo, whoso pho
tograph Is published today, la one of
tho attractive matrons In society who
will entertain Informally during .tho
winter. Mrs. Spllvalo has Just re
turned to,lon nnd will remain for tho
A young woman well known hero, ns
well ns her husband.
Lodso No. filG, Ilcnotnlcnt
nnd I'rotectlvo Order.ut Klks,.rcspecU
lully invites you to no present nt'tlio
Hawaiian Opera Houso on tho after
noon of Sunday, December C, 1908, on
tho occasion of tho "Hlka Memorial
Day," services. 3 p. mV-
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Hedcmann nro ex
pected to nrrlvo In tho Mongolia on
Monday. Miss Alleo Hedcmann Is al
ready In Cannes', Franco, for tho win
ter.. , o
Qhll(Vft,fnnpy hniidkeichlofs; .1 In n
fancy' box'fo'r 15c a box "ii -Whitney
& Marsh's. -
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Dollclous', Nutritious
Il,U,r,l V, . I'.ltol Offltt
Urcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb, (ins
Maker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate, '
1-t lb. cakes
For Salt bjr Leading Groctrl in Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
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