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nVHNINO Ilt'I.t.RTIN. HONOLULU, T H , SATl'nDAY, JAN .10. 1900.
Hundreds of yards of Stylish Dress Goods and Suit Patterns at Prices almost cut in two.
To create a week's rousing busiriess, we have made such deep cuts in prices that blir ;' Spfeci&ls are un
usually attractive, and bound to interest you. Some of them are giveri frelow? ' ' a-r xr
sl . - ); . ...
The Merit Waist
for bojs nnd ruIj. Tubular elastic
Miapi, nil sizes, 150l.
1? yd. pieces; $2.25 quality. MON
The Newv Scarf Veil
very latest. satin border, in all lead
ing colors, $;.)) each.
All Wool Plaid
52 in. wide, $1.25 quality G5c yd.
All Wool Plaid
75c quality JiO a yd.
Cream Twine Voile
$1.50 quality . . . 55k
$1.25 quality S5v
. Plaid Suiting
$n n yd.
Grey Mixed Covert Cloth
$2.50 quality . $1.50 n yd.
All Wool, $1.50 quality ?1.00 a yd.
75c quality 55 a yd.
Black Knub Voile
$2.25 quality . . . $1.05 a yd.
Navy Blue French Serge
$1.50 quality 05 a yd.
Tan, Grey, Navy,
00c quality 00 a yd.
Black and White
$1.25 quality 95 a yd.
All Colors, including black and white
75o quality 55 a yd,
35c quality 25i a yd.
Light Blue Henrietta
$1.25 quality G5 a yd.
Black Crepe de Paris
s . Silk and Wool
$2.50 quality $1.00 a yd.
Many otlier good values will be found upon our counters Monday morning
', M ' I v r
elegant quality1 ami' dandy patterns,
y' 35 a yd.
Fruit of the Loom Cotton
elegant patterns, 'extrt. -fine
warranted to wear, 05 a yi
N. S. SACHS DRV GOODS CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets, opp. Fire Station s ; ' '
SOCIAL CHATTER use HOME TALK . a
ii.i:i.i: n tiu ki'hc of a
mm enjojnhle picnic sup
pei on Saturday evening
Inst, the host nnd hostess be
ing Doctor unci Mm llrnest
mcrliouHp, wlm otitvi talli
ed In hnnoi of their guest, Mr. Prank
Wnlliuc. Mis Wnteihouso lnlted
. VcrillOlll for ton at fniM'-thlrtv mill
"t?.v niihec! nt Hint hour, others pio
'crilng to eonio later nml Join In the
festivities nt suppir-tlmo. It was n
Jolly Hot of people who participated In
the niiiilKPiiieiitH'so delightfully pie-
pnrcd for their entertainment, unci
tlui til rue tables in the hnll-ioina
viicro n Hlt-ilonn supper vnn ercd
lisoundcd with run nml laughtei
Mrs. Watei house brought her own
tenants, so oervtliliig went oft
tmoolhlt unci spcedll). Not nlns
In tills the case ut n picnic suppor.
A Hiibstantlul inenl was served, the
, enormous turkova nnd li.ilim being
caned on the table, unci the dellca-
'.clos which followed quite Kept up
Hthe lopiitntloii of the first three
vt mines, to say nothing of the cliuw-
ler, wrileii ns perrcct. lly this time
Captain lleiger. the lendor nt the Hoy
nl Hawaiian Hand, arrived nnd dance
rimilo was thp older of the evening.
n the room mm the pool bridge wns
btfciiuciusly plujed and the will Us and
cvory Innnl were woll occupied
throughout the evening. A dip in
the famous pool wn attempted l
tcver.il couriiEeous ones not nfiuld
(if cold watei, and the last adieus
V'cru rcluctitntl) Mid for the Inline-
iWnul iitt. which, owing to the
winding ill he. had to ho tul.cn hofoio
IJ0 o'clock Mr Wallacu made a thor
otighly good Impression and bccmed
tharmccl with S allele and the lo-
imintic surroundings. Dr. nnd Mrs.
jWuterhouso miide a charming host
and litutcss nnd iiiuda oven body have
a good time Among those present
unci liiviieu weie .ur. aim .iru. iiaipu
J'orster, M". and Mrs. C. V. Citbc
DecrlnR, SU nnd .Mrs. (Sen It Wilder,
Air. nnd Mis C'uiMmin, Mr. nnd Mis.
Allan Ilottomle). Mi nnd Mrs Lew-
toii-llrnln, Ml and Mrs Alhcit Wa-
lerlioiue. Mi and Urn John Water
house, Mr and Mis S (S Wilder. Dr.
and Mis. .lames Juild. Mr nnd Mis
I'Ved. WiitiMhuusi Hi nnd Mis Vic-
GEARY STREEr ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
A new down town hotel. Steel and
brick structure. Furnlshod at a cost o(
$150,000. Eterf comfort and content
unco. On car lines transferring to all
parts of city. Omnibus meets ail trains
andisteamers. - .
Now recognized as Hawaiian
; Island Headquarters,
'""Cable Address "TKAWiiib."
toi Col 1 ill h. Mr nnd Mrs. Alotizn
Cartkn. Mrs lloedefeldt l)i and
Mrs Charles Cooper, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Cecil no Dnles, Mr and Mrs (leoiKO
Potter. Mi and Mis. Clifford Kim
lull, Mr. nnd Mis A. (1 1 1 awes Jr.,
.Miss llnrdnwuy, Mtts llullcn, Miss
iitcrhouc. Miss Cool.e, Miss llll
i,c. Miss Adams, Dr. nml Mrs. K.
Wmthniiii, Jlr. Iliuco CnrtwrlKlit, Jr.
l.leut Chlltnn. Mr ltlchnrd WiIkIU,
Mr David AuderMin, Mr .laiuleson,
Mi. CleKhoru, .Indue H.illou.
Kilohana Art Icairue
The eiitoi la lament h the Drnmnt
I" Cli ile on Tuesday was a luiKe sue
cits and Hiupilse The way In whim
the whole oculni; went off was eu
Jo)iblo een far lio)ond the ambition
if the menibeis, who are responsible
foi this pal Hillbilly oilgluul pioduc-
Hon. mid to llcnolulu's new wa of
entertaining. At the end of the lit
tie farce eurbod was in n l.msb
Iiik mood. It 111 fat took a few mill
utes to dear the llooi of ihalis mil
place a elide of them cm the ialsd
ectltns next the walls The entl
latlnu nnd Kenerul uirnnKcment of
the l.eacuo looms made them iidr.-li-able
for affairs like that of last Tues
day As the Cliele lit o to appeal ut
the Opera House on the 33d of l'c-b
runr as n part of the official pio
crain for Wiulilncton's lllrthdny, and
us Lent will follow soon nftcr that
the Circle will not be able to gio
another "riactifu 1'l.ij" and daucu
until about the middle of March. The
number iitiendlnK these affnlis will
nlwas Ixi limited. Names of mem
I.eiH or otheis who wish to bo icgil
l.i attendants ut tin so alTnlis may
lo kIumi to nu member o the Cliclo
or left nt the Leaguo otllco. The list
Is alie.ul emit o n Ioiik one.
Farewell To Mrs. Kitcat
On Tliuisday cenlnK JuiIrc nnd
Mrs. W. U Stunley entertained nt
l.rldKO In honor of Mrs. Vlnrent Kit
cat, whoso ilespnitute for New ca
lami next Saturday Is mi much io
Bretted by nil hor friends. Thoy
weio assisted In receiving by I.itdy
Ilcrion, Mis. I.miKe, Miss Anna I). in
fold, mid Miss Klttlo Stanley. Mis.
Staple) presppted a most distinguish
ed nppinrnnto In bind; lullo over sat
in cmbelllbheil with n bertha of needle-point.
Mts. Vincent Kltcnt woro
a becoming ilch black satin direct-
k oli o en tinln, the low bodlfco heitiB
l(iibiinilel tilmmed with inro old
I ire A npcltlnro of quaint woiKinun
ship In Kold nnd luooustonps cnclt
rled her ncd. nnd In the high coif
feur were whlto llowcis. Sho loohed
cbnimliii; l.aily Ilcrron wns In a
huudbouie toilette nnd Miss Danfoid
boktil well in white. Miss Kitty
1 Stanley, who, with her flunco, Mr.
' Watson, was congratuljited upon her
'iccentl) nnnounced engagement,
looked piett) In toftest white with
touches of pink Mm l.ango was
much udinlied In white nppllciuo Inro
i or sntlii. Mis lames Cockbuiil
,iuo a daint fiork of blue. Mi's-l.owtou-llraln'H
confecton of pink
bat In and laco was lotely. Mrs.
Rw'unzy wns dlhtluguluhed In blade
latin with uleuu'u and budlcu emphe,
ulrs Atkins was In nil elaborately,
embroidered while cicpe flnil Mrs. K.
M Watson's frock wns bhto chiffon'
Mrs Wnlbrldgc wns In n sweet whllo
flock and Miss I.tewclllng's toilette
was exnulslte Large Jardinieres of
maidenhair nnd roses artistically dec
ointed the rooms nnd the largo punch
bowl on tho Innnl wns well patro
nized The evening ended with u de
licious supper. Among those present
weie Major nnd .Mrs. Dunning, Dr.
nnd Mis Wadbams. Mrs. Atkins. Mr.
nnd .Mis 13. M Wnlson, Mrs. Wal
bildge. Mr nnd Mrs James Cockburii,
m. r'l.itfi l'nilltli Mr. nml Mis.
.,... -.... ....n --j
Chailes llooth. Mrs. Schmidt. Mr nnd
Mrs. Lunge, Mrs. Lackland, Mr. unJ
Mrs. Lcwtim-llraln, Mr. mid Mrs
Simpson, Misses Sopcr, Misses Cat
ton, Mlfcs Llewclllng8, Mr. mid Mrs.
Hnlrd, Miss llullcn, Miss Mnrx, Mr.
unci Mrs. Danfoid, Mr. mid Mrs. A.
(!. Huwes Jr., Messrs (Irecnwell,
Cotton (2), Olcson, Jamlesou, C. Wat
fcon, Super, Judge I.IihImij .
A most cnJonblc pol supper wns
given by Mi. nnd Mis I3dwiird Ten
ne last Satuiday uenlng In luui'ir
of Mis Charles Cooper, who tc soon
sails foi Kuiopc. The table, with Its
uppctlzlug dishes sered hot, was
most templing to behold. WtefUlu
of nialle with huiirlies of lolets 'lei
with mouvo cards veio glcn each
guest nnd ninlJenliiilr In profusion
mutlo a lino showing. The charming
rooms, so spacious nnd lofty, wcro
ctnamcntcil with long-stemmed Amor
Iran beauty roses and in one corner
ut tho loom stood u magnificent Jar
diniere ot orchids In tones of mauve.
The guests Included Mr. mid Mrs.
Klebahn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Wil
der, Mrs. Mnry Ounn. Mrs. Hastings,
Dr. nnd Mrs. Murray, Mrs. WJrlghl,
MUs Mai Kin et Walker. Mr. II. Walk
er. Mr. Armstrong, Dr. Charles Coo
ler. Ilrldgo ended a delightful cen
Ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Cuso-Dcorlng
entertnlned at dinner on Sunday eve-
The Last Drop
Goes Just As Well As the First
That is one reason why PRIMO
BEER is the most popular beer in
Another reason is that it is Abso
lutely Pure, and brewed to suit the
Arid a good judge of beer can
TASTE these qualities in the first
glass of r
nlng nt their King Btrcet residence
In honor of Doctor nnd Mrs. Wud
Wndhams, Mrs. Atkins. Dr. and Mrs.
Victor Collins, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ilawcs, Jr. The color scheme of tho
decorations wiib pink and Mrs. Deer
lug woro a l'urlslnn creation ot pink
satin, red late, mid wicuths of em
pire roses and bowknnts In pink and
blue. It was very becoming, tho ov-
ndreis hanging loosely from tho
tight lining, pioduilng a most en
trancing effect. .
Mr. t'rnnl: Wallace, who sailed for
Singapore on Frlcluj, has been much
entertained, and not the least of the
pleasures prepaid! In his honor was
tho dinner glen on Wednesday by
Doctor mid Mrs. I3rhcst Vaterhouse
at their residence on Juild street.
Itoscs, both pink and ci lmson, adorn-c-n
tho dinner-table nnd music enter
tnlned the guest's throughout tho
evening. Among those present wero
Mr. nnd Mrs. 9. a. Wilder, .Mrs. lloed
efeld, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. O. Huwes Jr.
Captain Moses nnd his charming
wlfA hnc added much to tho social
Gajety of tho place since their nrrlv
itl and their entertainments are nl
tajs pleasant experiences. Captain
Mobes went to I'enrl Harbor on Sat''
unlay last with a large party ot
guests and on return of tho Iroquois
Mrs. M,oses berved tea and sandwlch
cb; 1111 agrecuble hoAr was spent In
Mrs. Jenness, w,ho Is spending a
few months in. Honolulu, expects to
sail for the Orient either tho last ot
l'cbruury or tho llrst ot March. Mr.
njid Mrs. Osgood, who are at The
lieasanton, will also sail for tho
Orient at the same time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William O. Irwin en
tertained 24 guests at nn elaborate
dinner given last evening at their
homo In Washington street. The nffalr
was one ot tho most enjoyablo ot tho
recent parties nt this hospitable homo
nnd Was planned exclusively for tho
jounger married set. Call.
Ciptnlu and Mrs. J. & Cnstncr, U.
S. A., have taken the house 1490
Mrs. William E. Taylor has leon
spendlni; a week with Miss Leonora
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
DH. T. FftlX GOUfyDD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIEK
Kemovei Tin, rimpUt
trttkW. Mutb VtLa,
II11L urn! hkln l)lkir.
k.'abiI ivtit blrrjiUK
ou pulj. ixidiJ.
uituuJ th ll
vt M yeiri, ua
U to litroilt i
I rrotrtr tnl.
bsuoe. Ot. U A.
Siyr la to k
Uajf of Ut baot.
tuu ( piuleuDt
A TOtt Udlil
wUt tut tb.D.
'(luurnutl'M Crvniii'M tb lt faumful ft iJl tin
Ei3 b.li ai
.VO.DAY Is thn talk of the "town.
T' be n great success. During tho
mid there Is no doubt that It will
week thoso who are to take command
held n meeting nt Mrs. Lowrcy's and
the whole scheme was planned out.
The Income of tho Tag Day Is to
be used for tho benefit of the l'uro
Milk Depots to be established nt Ka
ktiuko and on the slopes ot Punch
bowl, these to bo managed In con
junction with the Palnma l'uro Milk
Honolulu Is to bo divided Into sec
tions and the following Indies have
consented to net ns chaperones for
Section 1 Mrs. Lowton-Ilraln.
Section 2 Mrs. ltoynl D. Mead.
Mr. W. L. Whitney.
Section 3 Mrs. Krod.' Macfarlane,
Mrs. Capt. l'ay, Mrs, Mary Ounn.
Section 4 Mrs. Oeorge Itodlck,
Mrs. Carl Du Itol, Mrs. J. Gait.
Section C Mrs. Kred. Hush.
Section 6 Mrs. C. M. V. Korstor,
Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mrs. Ed. Ten
ney. Section 7 Mrs. Laura Wight, Mis.
Section 8 Mrs. J. P. Cooke, Miss
Graco Cooke, Mrs. W. A. Love, Mrs.
K. J. Patterson.
Section 9 Mrs. A. N. Campbell,
Mrs. It. neldford.
Section 10 Mrs. P. E. Rlchnrdson,
Mrs. P. F. Krcar, Mrs. Alonzo Gurt
ley, Mrs. Dougherty, Mrs. Lansing.
Section 11 Mrs. Louis Abrnms,
Mrs. Capt. Soule.
Section 12 Mrs. Arthur Wnll.Mrs.
Section 13 Mis. l'rnnk Atherton,
Mrs. Clarence Cooke, MrB. Z, K. My
Section 14 Mrs. W.L. Moore, Mrs.
C. M. Cooke, Jr., Mrs. II. M. von Holt.
Section lE-7-MrB, Jotn .Lucas, Mrs.
a. W, II. king, Mrs. Ilannebcrg,
Section 10 Mrs. A. E. Murphy,
Mrs. GerTit Wilder, Mrs. Clinton
lliitchlns, Mrs. Alex, Hawes, Jr. t,
Section 17 Mrs. J, A. Oilman,
Mis. Frank niako, Mrs. Dr, Hoffman.
Section 18 Mrs. M. Grlnbaum.
Mis. Wed. Church, Mrs. Victor .Col
lins, Mrs. It, A, Uobertson, Mrs, Wal
ter Leeds; Miss Van ISujs, Miss Ilry
un. Miss Day.
Section 19 Mrs. Fred. Damon.
Seqtlon 20 Mrs. A. F. arlffltlis,
Mis. F. J. Lowiey, Mrs. Hlggs., ,,
Section 21 Mrs, Sayies, Mrs, 01?
uo'ux, Miss Ethel Goo,' Mlua Annie .
Section 22, Flshmarkot Mrs. J.
M, Dow sett, Mrs. Eben Low, Mrs, Jus,
Punahou Station Mrs. Tnyloi,
Mrs. llcttls, Miss Arthur, Miss Aus
tin, Miss Forster. 1
Pawaa Junction Mrs. O. C. Swain,
Mrs. Murston Campbell, Miss Howell,
Miss Sheldon. "
King nnd Fort Street Station -
Mis. P C Jones, Miss Charlotte Hall.
Llllha mid KihIT Street Station
Mis. I. M. Cox.
kin t.tf Miiuoni ' Kr ! tr ll drumiMi nd ef.
Ooudi l),klnl In U Ubllcd Suu. pto4i and Kure.
Mrs. Whitney gavo a tea foi her
clster-lndaw. Mis. Sutton, on Tlmm.
KKD.T.HOPUIIS, Prep, 37 Gitit JinnJIrtit, KtwToil day.
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