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nvuNiKG iiulm;tin, uon'omimi, t. ii, sATimoAY, nnc. 11, 100S.
Wc issue these or
ders for any amount,
Rood at any time, and
in any Department.
They make a most
Our Glove Orders
The easiest and best
way of making a Holi
day present is to give a
Olove Order.The glovet
are selected by the re
Every day we are adding New Attractive Holiday Goods to Every Department
Unique Holiday Novelties
HAIR PIN CABINETS, put up specially for the Holi
dajs. BUREAUS, CABINETS. DRESSERS WITH MIRRORS
filled with hair pins, CABINETS from 40b upw.
PIN TOWERS, fitted with black and white pins, 15.
HOLLY NEEDLE BOOKS, very complete, 25.
FANCY NEEDLE BOOKS, all kinds, every price.
ANIMAL PIN CUSHIONS, all kinds, 35c each.
PIN BOOKS of Dresden Ribbon, with Book Pins, 50-i
DAINTY DRESDEN SILK BAGS, ribbon and tassel
The New FANCY COAT HANGER, in delicate colors,
'FANCY EMERIES in delicate tints, 10b each.
SHOP BY MAIL No matter where you live, you can
trade at SACHS'. A psstal or letter order will receive ev
Gaming in Popularity.
The two HANDSOME
DOLLS, now on display in
our Show Windows, will be
GIVEN AWAY on Christ
EVERY VOTE COUNTS.
A voting Coupon free
with etcry 25c. Purchase.
Wc hac made a special
effort to make a fine Holi
HATS in white and delicate
colon, at Lowest Prices.
New Christy Waists
TAILOR MADE IN FALL
LINEN WAISTS, very lat
est, from 9-1.00 up.
OUR STORE IS AN IDEAL PLACE TO SHOP PLENTY OF ROOM, LIGHT, AND FRESH AIR.
NO CHRISTMAS PRESENT IS MORE ACCEPTABL ETHAN THO SE THAT COMBINE UTILITY, BEAU
TY, AND MERIT. THROUGHOUT OUR STOREARE ARTICLES OF STERLING WORTH IN A VARIETY
OF PRICES TO SUIT ANY PURSE.
LACETRIMMED ART LINENS
REAL CLUNY LACE TRIMMED CENTER PIECES. Very elegant assortment, in sizes fiom 20 in. to
36 in, $1.50 to $ 15.00.
HAND-MADE BATTENBERO TABLE COVERS with linen center in elaborate design; size 54 in.
SPECIAL $0.00. . ,
PRETTY DRAWN WORK DOYLIES, hand made on fine linen $2.00 Dozen.
Nothing more acceptable or useful; wc have a complete assortme
nt for Men, Women, and Children
AT ALL PRICES.
Absolutely FAST COLOR and RAIN PROOF, mounted in Gold, Ster
ling Silver, Gun Metal, Pearl, Dresden Horn, and Natural Wood, inlaid
with silver. See the new Dircctoirc Handles. , ,
MEN'S UMBRELLAS, from $1.00 to $10.00 EACH.
LADIES' UMBRELLAS, from 00b to $7.50 EACH.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL UMBRELLAS, steel rods, at $1.00 EACH.
CHILDREN'S PARASOLS, in white, pink, red, and blue, in pretty
handles, 00b and $1.35 EACH.
Positively the greatest values wc have ever offered.
We are selling HAND EMBROIDERED INITIAL HAND
KERCHIEFS at 10? EACH.
See our Crosi-bir, hand embroidered INITIAL HAND
KERCHIEFS at 20bv
At $1.75 a Box Extra fine and sheer, corded edge,
hand embroidered Initial. An exceptional value for Holi
Our ARMENIAN HANDKERCHIEFS are worthy of
your attention. Sheer and daintily trimmed at 35b 7ob
Otir 15b EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, made
of sheer material, and embroidered all around, can't be
beat at the price.
CHILDREN'S HA NDKERCHIEFS in plain, fancy bor
der, and Initial, put up in fancy boxes, at 20b 25b 35b
MEN'S HANDKE RCHIEFS A big variety in plain,
Hemstitched, and Initialed. Put up in boxes 1-2 dozen in
MEN'S HAND EMBROIDERED INITIAL HANDKER
CHIEFS at 20b each.
MEN'S HAND EMBROIDERED INITIAL HANDKER
CHIEFS, extra fine, pure linen, 1-2 dozen in a bos, for
ELEGANT MIRRORS AT
SHAVING MIRRORS, from
HAND MIRRORS, from
from 75b upward.
CUPS and SAUCERS will
be GIVEN AWAY with ev
ery Dollar purchase.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
Stylish hair stripes and
pretty plaids, 25c qual
ity, 15c a yard.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
DRAPERY and KI
MONO SILKS. 75c and
00c quality, 00b a yd.
Fort and Beretania Streets
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
CHIEFS in a variety of
patterns, 12 l-2c. qual-
, ity, at 8 1-3 each.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
extra heavy, $3.50
quality, $2.00 per
SOCIAL CHATTER issc HOME TALK
1-k I" Till; MANY DINNERS
I Willi h !iuc been RlVcn for
I I Doctor niul Mrs llumphrls
I tlnd of Mr niul Mrs C W.
Jr Cuso-DcerliiR s on Siinclu
evening was perhaps the moat
rjiburntc, although onl u feu nt
Iilr Intimate friends wer present,
u Dee-rings .flwios entertain will
1 the (omroitalilo feeling of n ehef
1 1 ml tlie scones who thoroughly
Jcrstmids his art Ik, to say the
Kt, most sustalnltiR Tlu iouiit
Jo w.is ono 111. iks of pink mill white
era n liiriro electric lump shideel
lilnk being Biisponded In the eon
.' 1'eniH niul greens lontrntted
II with the flowers ami dainty
io-cnrds woro icouvcnlrs of the oc
Uin UK well as the corsage boil
its at oath plate. The healths or
ijRUCBts-of-honoi were ilmnl; alth
t enlhuslism and after dinner
H Victor Collins s,iiir most beau-
lillj innn iholco hours nccuinpi
WyA by Mr Clifford Kimball Sho
liioked ettctnel prett) In a l'lcuch
llroutlun of palest pluU mtln nudu
iff D I ret u I re. Mrs lliunjihrls look
Kllovely lii- a Rrcen Umpire rowii nt
Jrjtln trimmed with parls and old
Jgo. She, as well as Iho Doctor,
Kro verr sorrj to le.io Ilonnlulti,
which the are so devotedly nt
Spied, and hopo to letiirn In two
juirs tlmo for n visit at least. Mis.
3rlliR'n dross, of white laio oer
Vthi with a high girdle, was niiuh
i'mjied niul she looked very hntul
S'jip. Mrs Klmh.ill, dainty and
fleet, woro'n phIc-ricj fruck of bolt
JfC! The RiicstR Included Doctor nnd,
kk! Collins, Mi nnd Mis Alexander
KUInwcs, Jr., Mr nnd Mrs C Klm
ll,'Mr. f i III Anderson Had Doc
Wfiiiul Mis, Ilumphrls foil any doubt
WIS t ho number of friends tho hud
ifclo In, Honolulu It must have been
Tpelled an Tuesdny momlnR when
Wsaw tho number of peoplo who
JdtnUon tho troublo to go to tho
Pnmor to see thorn brf. It Is ulwnja
fftunsolflsh net when wo trudge to
kuhot mid dust) whnivos, nnd only
I enso of duty or n stronR feeling of
Jtachment Induces us ti suffer this
jirtomfort. The number of peoplo
(7,rweiit to see the HuinphrlH oh"
l:D) whoso loeret wna eo plalnb
ijAvn, to as mich n demonstration
I'mlielr rnAlilnnpd In Honolulit had
ftliom mnnyfi lends and Rrent ut-
Tlio Doctor uud his wife re
celved ninnj tokens of .ifTtctlnn be
sides tho mora usual one of lels and
llnwirn, with which they were heav
II hilcn Tho pleiiMiic whlih tho
Doctor nnd Mrs IIurphrH naturally
feel In thili leui'lon with theli fani
llle.1 was (Citnlnly tlngcil with deep
leRiet nt leivlnR thell friends l.i Ho
nolulu nnd It Is their mnat earnest
Intention to iclslt the Islands at tho
i.irlli.'t oppnrtunlt whlih tho lm
inii t.itit piactlse on which Dr. Ilum
phrls Is entering In London will al
low After n trip to tho Orient nnd
India the) hopo to tench London, nnd
In April take up their abode In Chap
el htreet, Ma) fair, whoro their Hono
lulu friends will alwa)s leeehe n
Mies .Alice Coopei was filvon n sur
pilfe pain last eicnliiR which proved
i greit success for It was roall) and
tiul) n perfcrt surprlso In every penso
of tho word Tho lerreshmmts weio
nil bioimht b) tho Riiests and even
Mrs Cooper was uitlroly In iRnoranco
of tho nlTali It was tho ilghtee-ilh
I hlrthdiv of tho rh.innlng )oiuir host'
ess las' Wcdiiisda). DancliiR and chit'
' chat w nt on mcriil) until u lutu hour,
I The RiieslH presuit were- Almeda
.Townsind, IU Ho McCorrlstou, Ethel
SpaldliiR, Allco SpuldliiR, Ruin) Cat
ton, Sain I. ui as, Ma)ino Wudman,
, Oemnin Vnilman, Codlo Cnrdin, Eunc
Ico I'rntt, Derthn Kopke, Maud do
Ilrcttovllle, Miss Dnttrrsnn, Jncy
I YoiuiR, Hob McCoirlston, Mi. I.oomls,
iMetsrs Wiurui (J).'Cllffoid White,
OnllfoKl Whltne), Cluls Jenkins, IM
inoni) Mnlanph), Hubert Cation, Hart)
I.ucnii, Mr Thompson, Gtoigo Isen-
. berR, Mr, Austin.
Mi anil Mrs I axon lllslibp mo
RicctlnR their fill nils after an absence
. In, Kmopo for many inonths Mrs.
Dlshop la looking thinner, but hand'
. Minier than over, If that wore posslblo
9ho bus Bomlovoly now clothes Her
, frock at -tho Sclnofui Castlo wccIdliiR
was ono of tho linuiUomost Been. Mr
ninliop'h health bus great I j Improved,
so I hiai.
Miss Kreda Uvnnr. Wliltn, 'i pleas
ontl) remrnibered hero ma) aiend
the vvinler with Iipi lelitlve 'Iih
Ililnckorlioft at Walkll.1
Mr. Alfred Castle's prefent to Ids
hihle was a diamond pendant, which
fclio woro ou her vcddlng Urc'sa,
PROMINENT LEADERS OF THE FOUR
HUNDfJED IN THE SUFFRAGIST RANKS
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Prominent amnnc tho li-aillm- wo.1
men of New Ycukh IMiu Jlnulred
pioson' at tho Reit uioet'n,, of sur
tniKcttes held la Ciuneglu hull Decern
her 4 'voio Mrs Ceorso J (loiild, Mrs
Claieuco 11. Macknv and Mrs Hobeit
Cioclet Willi tlioso soclil aiblteis III
lull and active svniniihv with Dm
iniiBo anil with n host of cvthor eotiet)
women in close pursuit or tho hudeis
llieiro Is mi doubt (hit the movuiiicnt
lor woman eulfraso' will bn itlvcn n
tremendous boort i
Mrs. J. M. Dow sett was tho charm
ing hostess on Wulnexiln) of n lirhlgo
luncheon In luuior of Mrs. Philip An
drews. Tho Riiests -nsked to meet her
wcro MrB. Taxon Dlshop, Mrs. Corvvln
Hees, MrB. Hdwaid Tcniioy, MrB. Fred
Macfarlano, Mrs. Klcbahn, MrB.
Kelle), Messrs. James Wilder, Percy
Cleghom, David Anderson, Dcrwcnt
Kennedy, Tarn McGrew, (leorgo Till
lor, (1. Horton und other jouiiRncn I
did not know. '
Among tho R'tcsts nt Tho Pleas-
unton during tho past week nro Mr3. ,
Illand and daugliters, passing thrmifih
Mrs. .leanness of Now
Charlcs Wilder, Mrs Dunning, Mrs,
Audi aw Fuller, Miss Margaret Wnlk-'In the Korea
or. Mi. Clifford Kimball, Mrs. Hor-.York Is hero for tho winter,
less, 'iho tablo was beautifully deem- fred Jones, Mrs. Joins nnd tons of
nlod with cut flowers and feinB The Kpokano are here for tho winter. Mr.
Inst prbr, n delicious sponge cake, nnd Mis. Howard, from Jacksonville
was won by Mis. Itecs
MrB. Frcnr's Informal danco on Mon
day ovoiiIiir for Miss Mess Woodvvuid
nt "Arcadia" was greatly enjojed b)
Florida, who are on their way around
the world, ball on tho Korea Dec, UK,
Tho Annex nt tho Plcasanton will
irobnbly bo begun about Januarv. U
thoso who woio fortunate chough 'to . n vru ., .,,... inci11Iiimr bath
get an Impromptu Invltatloi. Miss ),, t,nchci, , cdcU rooln. Tll0V
Woodward aallod for her homo In San- 0 ,,,,,,,, , ,, ovcr tnenty peo.
ta Rosa In tho Alameda, after a thor-1 , nBny nt ,lu u1ar PIua!nntmi
mighly Rood tlmo In llonolutu. The. ,, cck f(lr lillt r r00Illi A lnt
prett) )ouiiR.Rlrl was much admlrod w ,, tcmuil,)Prci, ,CM tho .ui.utio,,
and (hero woro n.any entertainments
given In hor honor. Sho will prob
i,by rotiirn uomo daj, which It is
hoped will not bo too far nwa) In tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Lewis, unci
their soil, Donald, ot llnniflulu, hno
been guests 'tho' prist week ot MrB.
Charles Drown ot Middlesex street.
On Tuesday nlfiht Mrs Brown Ravo n
dintini and brldgo whist party in
honor of hoi Riiests. Thlit)-two cov-
eis wcro laid nt dinner, nnd
thero woro clRht tables ot brldgi.
Mr. anil MrB Charles J, Glldden.woio
among tho Riiests Courlcr-Cttlzeii.
Mr. anil Mrs. Oeorgo Da vies Ravo
tin informal but dollRlitful hop lant
evening at their Wniklkl rcsldcnco for
their nlstor, Miss Illmoy, n young nnd
"Miss Klcnnor Terry, daughter ot
Hear Admiral Sllns W. Terry, U. 8. N.,
entertained u a' tea on Novcmhoi SI,
In honcr of tw'd'of tho heiiRon's'ilehu
tantea, Miss Hatch and Miss Dorothy
Williams, MauEhlcrot Colonel John It.
Williams', V. B, AT
Thu Misses Waul nro having a glor
ious tlmo In "little old New York," ro
tni; to thn linrun kIiow nnd senlliir ho
later I !., en mnsHn Thev will lirobablv
leinaln somo time longer. If tho health
of the family continues good.
Dr. and Mrs Langhnrno entertained
on Thursday evcnlncj at n brldgo elln-
ncr and their guests Included Captain
nnd Mis. Hecs, Mis,, Hwnnzy, Mrs.
IMillIti AnrlrmvH Mill H. (1 Wlliler. Mi.
piuiijr Kin iriuii i.iiKianu. u was no. Ralph Forster.
cldcdly n succe'ssful affair, tho light j "
fantastic being danced until u lata j iliB. C. Wlltz'nnd Master Paul
hour with vervo and enthusiasm. Wlrti wore homo-comlng pnssonRotM
Chinese lanteins nnd fircens mndo on tho MonRolln, aftor nn nbsonco of
slmplo hut effcctlvo decorations, six months spent In Now York, WIs-Amon-?
tho Riiests wcro Mr. and Mrs. consln, Ohio, and California.
AI01170 Oartloy, Mrs. and Mrs ClcorRo!.
Potter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lovvton Ilraln; Mr. nnd Mrs. Swanzy Ravo ono of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forstoi, Mr. and ihilr charming dinners on Fiday
Mrs. Harry Mncfarlane, Mr, and Mrs. tvenlnej, and their rucsIb Included Mr.
S. O. Wilder, Mr, and Mrs. Rialnonl and Mrs C. Kedomann, Mi. nnd Mrs.
flmltli, Mr nnd Mrs Richard Ivors, Mr. n, ItoJIek, Mr. Hack-fold
and Mis. Clcrrlt Wilder, Mr, niul Mrs I
Robert Atkinson, Mr and Mrfl, Ran- Mrs. Cora ItlnBonbarh, of Canton,
no) Scott, Mr, mid Mis. CIllToid Kim Ohio, nriived on thu Mongolia and
ball, Misses Ileatrlco Castlo, Margarot will spend tho winter with her com
Castle, Clrus.'Jesslo Kaufuiami, Clulicln, Mrs. 0, Wlrtz,