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EVENING I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. SATURDAY JAN. 2, 1000.
Annual January Sale of Ladies Muslin Underwear
Will Begin Monday Morning-, Jan, 4, '09
ACol vf llniHMinl itiffiifnnWjr for Ihc reason that the Underwear, offered is an entirely hew lot.
JUlC 01 UllUSudl lIliPUl lulltv These goods were delayed in transit and have just been put
1 ,. . . K in stocR. Most of them have never been shown. The line
consists of NIGHT GOWNS, SKIRTSDRAWERS, CORSET COVERS .and COMBINATIONS. The Materials, Trimming and Workmanship
are all of the very best. Our entire stock of Muslin Underwear will be put on sale at TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS.
Fort and Beretania Streets
Opposite Fire Station
Sachs Dry Goods Co?i
SEE WJND0W DISPLAY
ANQ NOTE PRICES
. SOCIAL CHATTER ne HOME TALK w
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New Year's Eve Ball
Tho Moanii Hotel wiib tliu scene ot
n,most lirllllnnt gathering on New
Yenr'x oe, all Honolulu apparently
hnvl'ng accepted Mr. Hcrtschc's In
vitation to the ball, which wns given
In tlm dining-room. Tho Iannis and
hall wen- elaborately decorated with
tho grnccful branches of the cocoanut
and .date palm nnd the greens audi
potted jilants which further embel
lished the Innnls nnd ball-room wero
most nrtlstlcally placed. Mr. Ernest
Knnl's orchestra occupied Its accus
tomed feats In the gallery nnd both
for dinner nnd dancing played en
trancing!). Little tables placed In-
Kingly ulong the corridors woro
much patronized throughout the eve
ning and the number of attractive
women was much commented upon.
There wero muny dinners In progress
previous to the ball, the dining-room
.ypsentlng a gala appearance, and
looking quite like old times. Flowers
were on all the tables, which were
engaged days before. Among others
wcro noticed Doctor and Mrs. Victor
Collins, who entertained In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cnso-Deerlng, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hnwcs Jr., Miss Jessie Kuuf
mann, tand Governor Clcghorn. I'lnlc
nnd white roses made the able most
attractive, and dainty place-cards
curried out the color scheme per
fectly, Pale-green candle shades enct
a subdued light nnd the menu wni
especially admired, M,rs. Collins, a
tall, artistic-looking girl, wore whlto
uatln embellished with rose point. A
broad whlto satin ribbon confined
licr nut-brown hair, which was worn
In n most becoming fashion. Mrs.
Uecrlng's frock was pale cream chif
fon powIerod with American beauty
rotes In" their natural tones. Velvet
of -tho sanio shndo was effectively
used, unil In her lolffuro was worn n
black ilumo attached" to a gold band.
Sho looked 'handsome. Miss Jcsslo
Kaufmaun was very attractive In a
whlto luce npplfqued with 'gold. A
touch of palo bluo added an artistic
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clinton Hutchlns
wuro dining a party ot friends and
hho looked very Bwcet Indeed In n be
Mr. and Mrs. George Davlcs with
Mrs. llirney nnd Miss lllrney formed
n rongenlnl group, tho Davles giving
h ijuppcr In tho private dining-room
Mr. and Mrs. Grlnbaum of San
Francisco, who have returned for tho
winter, were dining a few friends.
They are looking exceedingly well
and are glad, to be again In' the land
of sunshine. After dinner trjo lanalf
were i so i crowded It was almost lm-,
possible to walk about. So many,
strangers, all on, amusement bent,
were present that It was very noMco
nblc, When the first dance was an
nounced therq was a grand ruh to
tho ball-room and the dancing was
kept up until a late hour, Mrs.
Church 'as kept busy providing part
ners for some of (ho younger girls.
She Is certainly a wondorful woman
untf'hau'a decided talent for keeping
everybody In a good humor. During
tho evening motors, with tliolr occu
pants en masque, passed and repass
ed, their horns tooting, adding to the
din and, general confusion which pre
talltai''a's tho midnight hour ap
proached, When at last tho 'bells
tang out and the whistles blew ovcry
body drank the old year out and the
New Year In with the wildest en
thusiasm. Among those noticed at
the IjoII were llrltlsh Consul and Mis.
Knratef. ',Mnilo. flrni, Mjjs Ituusell,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wackniari, Miss
Holdsjvorth,"Mr. and" MrsVStnlthlei,
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hlggs, Judge
uuil Mrs. Henry Cooper, Mlsslpoop-
cr, the Misses Spalding, Miss Alameda
Toulssant, .Major, and Mrs. Dunning,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Damon, Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. X. Campbell, Mr. nnd Mrs.
M. Phillips, Dr. hnd Mrs. High, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred. Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Collins, Mr. Arthur Ewnrt, tho Misses
Cutton, Messrs. Cotton, Mr. Conncss,
Dr. Armltage, Monsieur d'l l'less, Mr.
Ilruce Cnrtwrlght Jr., Lieut. Dough
erty, Lieut. Pardee, Major nnd Mrs.
Foster, Mr. Frank Thompson, Mrs.
Robertson, Dr. and Mrs. Orossman,
Mr. B. J. Lord, Mr. llowcn, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Llshmnn, Mlis Monsarrat, Dr.
rnd Mrs. Monsarrat, the Misses Hose,
and many others.
The Ghost Walks
Guests at Mrs. Gray's, on King
street, were entertained by ghosts
Thursday evening, nnd all watched
the old ear out and new one ap
pear. Ghost stories were heard until
lj!6'cloc)-tnt whlcjj time coffee nnd
sandwiches were so'rvcd. Mrs. .Icr-
orne J. Morgan won tho first prize
offered to tho one Identifying the
greatest number of ghosts present.
The prlzo was a skcloton of n ghost.
The Jollowlng guests were present:
Mr. arid Mrs. Jerome J. Morgan, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman llabson, Dr. A. 11.
Clark, Mr, and MrsEdwin Farmer,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Howell of Deca
tur, Illinois, Mr. W. K. Harnden,
Miss Elizabeth Kellcy, Mrs. Hosmer,
Mr. Ralph S. Hosmer, Mr, Warren
O Iloss, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ramsey
of Stockton, Calif., Mrs. L. M. Gray,
Mrs. Gray, Miss Agnes Hunt, Mr.
Mr. apd Mrs. Alexander Scott, so
well known here, arc In Philadelphia
visiting Mrs. Scott's relatives. Mr.
Rcott has been very successful, nnd
ninny prominent families In tho Hast
possess his landscapes, which linvo
been very much prnlsed. In tho au
tumn Mr. and Mrs. Scott wcro guests
of Mrs. McDonnell nt her placo In
Maryland. Mrs. McConnell, who will
bo remembered ns the late Mr, HIIss'
daughter, expects to winter In Egypt
and may revisit Honolulu.
Judgo and Mrs. F. M. Hatch gave
nn elaborate dinner In honor of Gov
ernor Frcnr .during his visit In Wash
ington., Tho guests asked to meet
him. were acncral and Mrs. Marshall,
Chief' of the Engineer Corps 'of tho
Army; Senator and Mrs. Hurrows,
Representative and Mrs. Stevens,
Genernl nnd Mrs. John Foslor, Col.
nnd Mrs. Langfltt, Mrs. George Mnrz,
Mrs, Augustus Knudsen.
Col. and, Mrs. C. W. ailbcrt of Eng
land' nro in town andwJU remain until
April. Tho Colonol Is a retired' officer
or the British army nnd Is making a
tour of Uie world with Ills wife. They
f.o from here t iJnpan tho first of.
Captain Hugh Rodman passed
through hore on route, for Manila tb,ls
week. Ilq Is looking the picture ot
health nnd Is ns nttractlve nnd Jo
vial ns over. lie found time to call
on mnny old friends.
Tlio private dining-room of tho Mo
ana Hotel on Now Year's ove was
converted Into a perfect bower of
beauty, a fitting background for tho
supper of which Mr. nnd Mrs. George
Davles wero host and hostess. Red
carnations nnd ferns ornamented tho
table nnd .the rich glow from tho
crimson candle shades was most ef
fective, Tho room adjoining was'
transformed Into n sitting-room nnd
I' Elaborately adorned with patted
plants, ferns, and greens. The gucBts
Included Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry Muc
farlane, Mrs. Dime)', Mr, and Mrs.
George Potter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rlchnrd nnd some other oxpenses wero incur-
Ivors, Mr, nnd, Mrs. Gcrrlt Wilder, 'red which tho Lcnguo will probably
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Dillingham, 'not bo called upon again to meet. Wo
MKs Jessie Knufmann, Miss Marlon have made a careful estimate ot tiro
Scott, Miss lllrney, Mr. David An
derson, Mr. Horton. Mrs. Ivors look
ed particularly well In n white chif
fon with silver embroidery. Miss
Marlon Scott, who returned this
week from San Francisco, was most
attracts cly gowned and looked char
ming. The following speaks for Itself:
probable receipts and expenses of tho
League for the fiscal jear ending
September 30, 1009, and believe the
receipts will bo sufficient to meet all
expenses. Therefore, to placo tho
League upon nn Independent bnsls,
freo from debt, wo nsk the members
nccordlng to their several ability, tho
Interest felt, und aloha entertained,
for such nworthy Institution ns the
"To the Members ot the Kllohana Art Kllohnna Art League, to forward to
League: The Trusteos of your, tho Acting Trensurcr, Mrs. W. C.
League decided, nt n recent meeting Wecdon, their 'cheerful donations,
held for tho purpose of considering whether It bo ten cents or JG00. A
ways and means to liquidate Its In- j prompt, united effort In tho matter
debtedncss, to present briefly tho .will doubtless Iirlng results satlsfac-
flHMHAlrtt tA..f4fM In n iiIiiaiiIaii 1n(f nw . A 1 1
financial situation in n circular letter
and to send a copy of the same to
each member of the League. In call
ing your attention to nn Indebted
ness of 11,500, which debt was 'creat
ed within tvjn years preceding Sep
tember 30, 1908, wo wish to remind
you that tho membership was at very
low ebb in 1900, and, although n
largo number of members were added
tory to all
11.' F. DILLINGHAM,
t (, For the Trustees.
Honolulu, Dop.' 23, 1!08.
A pretty little custom which has
been inaugurated nf tho Moanii Ho
tel Is the five o'clock iea. Tho little
tables on the lanal nt which Mrs.
In 1907, tho average receipts from Kllzabeth Churdi so gracefully prc-
niuto, ,uw, . VI J VUBJ UUU BU11UI, UI1U
tho friendly tea-kettle, always bull
ing, lends u homcllko air to that pop-1
ular hour on tiio Moana Hotel lanal.
Delicious sandwiches nre also served
nnd tho ten Is nlwnjs freshly made.
Nearly all tho guests, and usually
their friends, avail themselves of tho
membership dues for the two years
ending September 30, 1908, were on
ly $984.50 per annum. During the
tlmo nnmed the. League has been for
tunate in securing for Its uso n com
modious building at n low rental,
nut certain Immediate repairs and
alterations were necessary to meet ro-
qulrcmcnts, which cost over 800,
with her 'tact nnd charming manner,
has won golden opinions, ftnd the
whole personnel ot tho Monnn and
Young hayo undergone n decided
change for tho better, , for Mrs.'
Church scei that all nre personally
looked after, and no pne can feel neg
lected, Shols n great favorite with
tho young girls nnd looks nlmost
sweet sixteen with her blue ejes,
fair complexion, nnd petite figure.
Mr, Hertscho Is fortunnto Indeed to
hnvo ono to eminently fitted for the
dllTlcult position by nnturo und education.
A Jolly party motored to H.ilclw'n
for tho New Year on Thursday to
spend (ho holiday nt thu popular hotel
It was a very delightful affnlr nnd tho
dinner which mine host llldgood sut
before them was tho perfection of
culinary nrt. A quintet club played
and sung throughout tho evening and
tho Now Year wns ushered In amidst
much excitement of whistles, bolls an 1
fire crnckers. Tho tabic wns licantl
fully decorated and throudiout the
eienlng'tho joung peoplo danced.
There wero fifty In nil, and eluven
motor cars. Among tho guestB wero
I tho families Lowrcy, Cooko, Hedo-
niann, Kennedy, A. Wall, Ronton, Mr.
Wlchman and many others.
A surpriso dinner was given Mr. and
,MrBi Arthur Drown on Nqw Year's ovo
In ltonor of thu arrival of tho latter
from u'vlBlt to tho Coast. Mrs. Iirnwn,
who Is n very handsomn vmini? w,.i,,,,..
fragrant refreshment. Mrs. Church, wns delighted to greet her friends and
il,n ,iii.nn.- nrr..pflv itnrvml rnd verv woct frock: Miss MrCorrlBtir.i,
delicious, made a pleasing Inlrrlmle. becomingly gowned, nnd Minn Lntton
Tho table, ornamented w!(h tfio who woro n graceful confection 01
i...i,., r ii, ranr,,i inm..-iiitiin uhltn. Othein present woro Mi-esm
vino In conjunction with rod candoln- Frederick l.owrey, Druco Cnrtwrlght,
bra shades, inndo n pleasing effect 'Jr., George Fuller, ouiig, Junes. I.I
Tho 'guests Incluled Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. Ingston. McCorrlston, Perkins, tatton.
' " .. ... .....! t -.. t ..f.
G. Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. Dialncrd Pago, Lucas, aincKiinusn, iw, -"-
Smith, Judge nnd Mrs. Arthur Wilder, icy, OUierne.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert AI'l'on, Mr.
and Mrs. CllfforJ Kimball, Mr. nnill
Mr. Win. Porter Allen nnd Mr.
Klw. Towimcnd of New York nro
guesta nt tho Moaiiti. They returned
from tho Volcano today aim win Ban
Mrs. J. S. Walker.
Mi. nn.l Mm 1- M W.llMlll l(lilit
(open house on Nov Year's morning on tho Mnkurn for Australia
aim about tilty or ineir irienus availed moniu.
themselves or tliu privwego en pirtax
lug or tho d'.OIeUnn, hut, silbtlo eggliog
ililch, tho ho't known tn well how to
concoct. Tls excellent uccoinpntilriuil
Mr. and Mrs. Turner of Los Ange
les, fo well known here, gnvo n largo
m. ii, .1,1.. mm linn. "JGth to meet Jus-
howecr, Iip1h to ki-cp tliu hand tlco und Mrs. Hallou. who have been
sieall nnd n eiy pleanaut hour was extensively entertained whllo nwny.
Indulged In., Mtl'o VliKlnU Watson,
the minll ilMiglilcr of tho house, was' u., - W. Ciiokc mid son Cliann.
I on lew, a dainty rprlte In pink nndjj ,)f c'lileai;o nro registered at tho
Liih 111V- v!jh
A Cold JBottle of
Goes well at any time, but
it tastes best when taken
with the evening meal.
It sharpens the appetite,
aids the digestion, and quiets tired
nerves. It is the best beer you- can
if . j
drink, because it is the purest.
And it is the best tonic you can
' , .,, . , ' ' ' " '
take arid the most .pleasant one, too.
Dririk Primo Beer
A pretty lirichon wns glcn ot Kort
Slinftur by Mrs. Dunning on Tuesday.
Tho table decorations wcio nil In crim
son nnd mildenhalr ferns added to tho
artistic effect, Tho guests Included
Mrs. Wlnslow, Mrs. Winter, Mrs. Phil
ip Andrews, Mrs. Alonzo Hartley, Mrt.
Charles Wilder, Mrs. nPrkb. Miss
Frcnr, 'Mrs. John McCaudless, Miss
Margaret Walker. Mrs. Dunning Is
giving n Belies of luncheons unit din
I, era. Shu Is' n pel feet hostess nnd
her affairs nro nlways great hiiccoFsea,
It was really the "at homo" day at
Fort Shafter, and many u motor nnd
carriage wended Its way tu this (nip
ular army post. At tho Wndhams a
number yf friends called nnd tho Maj
or's punch wns greatly enjoyed, ltoth
Major and Mrs. Wiidhnms are facial
favorites nnd hao hoits of friends.
Mrn. Atkins, the mo'her. bo gracious
nnd sweet. Is it decided addition tu
Fort Shutter, and was n great ncqulsl
(Ion on Friday afternoon. Among
Ihoso who called wero Dr. und M
McGrew, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Case
Deering, Major and Mrs. Dunning, Cap
tain und Mrs. Fny, Mrs, Liiiighorne,
Mr. and Mrs. V M Watson, Judgo and
Mrs. Kingsbury, Mm. HnbcrtMiii, Mrs.
Tcnnoy Peck, Mr. anil Mrs. Morton
Itlggs, Mr. S. M. Damon, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Vctor Collins, Dp,, Aruiltngo, Miss
Hardawuy, Mrs. Hnwcs, Jr., nnd ninny
ladles und gentlemen uf thu Auny nod
Ono of tho prettiest dances of th?
teason was given nt Iho Alexander
Young hotel on Tuesday evening by
several debutantes In honor of u few
bachelor friends Tho daurrH wero
qulto unique nnd created much merri
ment for tho oiing men wero asked
lor the honor of their company for tho
different numbers nnd throughout tho
evening It was n regular leap year af
ialr. Tho solicitude with which tho
light refreshments were dressed upon
them was most gratifying. Mrs. Fred
Damon wna the clinperomv und she
looked most distinguished In n pretty
Irpck, It was n very congenial party
and went oft .with a swing from be
ginning to end. Among thoso, present
wero Miss Ella Wight, who looked su
perb In pink mull trimmed with lacel
Miss Kathcrlue Goodalo, who woro n
btrlklng frock of pink chiffon tilnuned
with god embroidery; Miss Illnncho
Soper. who was dimming In wlittu
silk; Miss Klsn Schaefer, most at
tracts cly gowned; Miss draco Rubert
ron, In a lx-coiulng gown ofcrenm sat
in; Miss Kthel Spalding, piotty In
whlto; Miss Allco Spaldlug, a picture
In palest pink; Miss Allco Cooko, boan
tlful Diichsco gown of pink; Miss
1 1 ono I'lshnr, dlstlucllvo lu whlto Hat'
In with white rosea In her hair; Miss
Lilian Robertson oxqulslto Dlroctolro
ffmL' ,,f ,,, lit il.f.m. ondtt n.,.1 m.1.1
I.'VI. ... t,lll,,, ,,,1.1-, I Oilllll lllltl JUfll pilll
lacoj' Miss KatUerluo Hopper, lu nllm'c,
PleiiMinton. Mr. Cooko leu on 1110
rilberln on Ssturday but Mrs. Cooku
will remain here until April.
Cables have been lecclved from Dr.
1'MI. llnniphrlii from Kobo, Japan. Ho
and Mrs. Hmnphrls nic now In India
for n fow weeks, aijd will probably
reach England In April.
Mr. J. Chnrle.1 Grcon nnd family
nro hero with their touring car mid
ore going to the Volcano noxt Tues
day. They will bo In tho Islands un
til tho next Alnmcdn.
Among the rirent urrlvnls nro Mr.
nnd Mrs. 11. 8. Osgood or Cambridge,
Mnsn., nml Mr. mid Mrs. A. K. Tlemaii
nnil Mr. L. Tlertun of San Francisco
i,ml Suit Luke.
MrB. Roes Is still nt tho Queen's hos
pital but she Is rapidly recovering
from her llliiebS und will bo nut in n
fow wcoliH. Tho opeutlou waa veiy
Col. Sam Purser and Mlsa Muriel
Campbell Balled for Hawaii lu Iho.
Muiinn Ken to bo gono two wcekB.
They will visit iv! tho Piuker ranch.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. V. lllalno sailed on
the Siberia on Saturduy for their homo
In Senttlo. The)' wcro guuHtB nt tho
Plcasnntoif during tliolr lnlt lioio..
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. lloyer mo recent"'
arrivals ut tliu PleasauHui. They um
fiotn Chicago and,, Intend to remulii
hero ii couplo of months.
Tho band concert m Piinahnu Park
r.n Wednesday atoning was tory enjoy
uble, Tie residents hope It Is to bo
No receptions will be held at Iho
Governor's mansion untll-uftpr the )0
turn of Goternur Froar tho latter :nt
of tho month.
Judgo A. Williams of Vancouver
returned from tho Volcano last, Fri
day. Ho expects to sail north on'tho
-Mr, lL II. ilale and wiro nf tho firm
of Halo Ilros., San Francisco, woro
through passcngcis on tho Siberia,
Mr. C. H. Clapji has engaged npail
mements nt tho Ploasauton nnd will
inqvu In the (list of the week.
Mr. M. 8. Gilnbaum nud wiro to
turned ou the Koica fur tliolr nnniiul
Jim. Walter Frear, will nqt bo nt
homo formally until the .Governor ar
Mr. Carl Woltrrs sills' to-lny for
San' Francisco, rottirnlnc In u ijionth's
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