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nVENIN'fl ni'M,ETIN. HONOLULU. T II , SATt'IMAY. FED C, 1909.
Broken Lines and Odds and Ends Must b
Prices Smashed without Considering Cost '
HE COMPLETION OF THE YEAM.Y STOCK COUNTING DISCLOSES IN EACH DEPARTMENT MER
CHANDISE WHICH SHOULD BE CLEARED OUT. TO MAKE ROOM TOR OTHER GOODS. PR'CES
AND COST ARE LOST SIGHT OF. WE MUST HAVE THE ROOM, AND THE GOODS MUST GO.
DSP" THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY' SALE BEGINS MpNDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH "TK
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Ladies' White Linen Suits
Biggest Reductions on Record
PRICES THAT WILL MAKE THEM MOVE LIVELY:
$7.50 SUITS , 83.00
S8 00 SUITS v. S3.50
$8.50 SUITS S3.7."
$8 75 SUITS $-1.00
$9.00 SUITS . 1.50
$10 00 SUITS , $5.00
$12 00 SUITS n S5.00
S15 00 SUITS '. .. . $0.00
Pitlh r nn iihrs. 20c qunlity . 1H 1-gt n yd.
Boule de Soie
A pretty matcri.il for nftcrnoon
and evening gowns. Nile Green,
Light Blue, Pink, and Cardinal.
COc quality, 37 l-2 a yd.
White and Cream
$2.50 quality, $1.50 a yd.
In Cardinal Only.
COc quality, 25 a pair.
75c quality, in white, black, and
colors, -10 a pair.
Broken Lots and Broken Sizes.
40c Corset Covers 25
(Oo and 75o Corset Covers. . .35
$125 Corset Covers 75
Lisle Stiede Gloves 5
2-Button Length, Odd Lots,
f Oc quality 35 a pair
5Cc quality 25p a pair
White Silk Gloves
Broken Sizes. ,
C5c quality 37 1-2 a pair
White Lace Gloves
Sizes 5 1-2 and 7 1-2 Only.
05c quality 35 a pair
White Filet Curtain Net
ft gf .;
44 inches wide, GOc quality . . .' , . , . ,K .'37 1-2 a yd.
for Skirts or Boys' Wear 12.1-Ze Quality . . '. , , 8 1-3 a yd.
Butter Valenciennes Lace
25c and 35c quality for 15 apiece of 12 yds.
COc quality , ... for 25 a piece of 12 yds.
Solid colors, striped design; Cr:nm, Champagne, Brown, Green, and
Oiey. .20c quality '. . . 12 l-2 a yd.
S. Sachs Dry Qoods Co., Ltd,,
Fort and Beretania St ,
Opp. Fire Station
SOCIAL CHATTER ea: HOME TALK .
MI if tho most ihuniliiK lin
lu n of this gin ite.iKoii was
shell Saltirtlm rvcnlm: List
h rhll linglmcr and Sirs
rarhH, i H , . at tlielr po
tt I. tile Atcxmitlei YmiiiB
Long-stemmed Amorlinn beaut roses
mill injlilrnhulr ferns gracefully
adorned the pcrfottlj appointed ta
ble, anil tho rose-iolih-ed shadeJ
v. Iiicli Bitrrounilcd the electric en nil lea
glouniod softly amidst the foliage ami
shed a bewltchlugly subdued light.
Tho souronlr pliue-iards. exquisitely
painted, depleted heails of celebrated
American beauties, both of tho grand
(inoiule anil of the stage. Mrs.
I'nrl.n. n brilliant woman, wore n lie.itt
t t tit French creation of while. Tliu
guests ini lulled I.lcut. Col anil Mrs.
Hunter, fifth C'awilr, V S. A , Mrs.
Foster, wife of Major Poster. Fifth
CnvnlM-, l' s .; Doctor and Mrs.
Charles lltjunt Cooper, Miss l'icar,
Dr. Jonathan MrDonalil, Mr. .loseph
"Alice in Wonderland"
Tim nunngoiiienis tor ill "Alice In
'Wonderland" nitiHlrpl tableaux are
Meudlly proceeding, and eveiuhlng
V III' ho bo well r hearsed liroeliuiul
that It may ho cortfiilentl expecttd
Hint tho performance ut tho Opera
limine, on tho ISth will go without u
hitch. As u ruli thin- an1 long
tedious milts botwicn the fall ami
rlso of thu curtain nt tuhluaux .ontt r
tnlnments, Imt those who hae this
nun In linuil have guirilLd ngslusi
Mich u contingency. Ily Including
songs, duets and quartettes In the pio
gramme, not only "111 the tableaux
themscht-s bo ncall llliiiitritteil, but
nil nililltlonal attraction will be piovld
cil for tho entottnlnmcnt. The t.iinslc
Mliicli lt partly if I.lza I'lunatin ami
iinrtlv hv Ililwnul Gorman In In Ihe
liantls of r. (iciirso-Jhivlea who re
puiU eooil pio(;roas. Thote taking
jiirt In this portion of the programme
nro Mm. Hugo Ilcrzer (soprano), Miss
(ii'itrudo Hall (contrnlto). Mr Arthur
"Willi lienor), tho Itov. W. II. IIIIxd
burnt) , nml Mr. OeorKo Pavti-H. The
miIcub have been Bokctcil for their
MeiulliiK ipialltleB t'.ml for tho enun
elation ot tlm ocnllstn, anil the result
will be th..i the ntlilluni'o will cloatly
hear ooiy word buiib. In mlilltlon to
thlH, tho complete words of tho nous
will bo primal In the programmes.
Olio ilij me ..boiii Twielledtun and
ifc Mill ,ma.i4BI ! M Jii IHj
A Skin of Beauty is a joy Forever
DR. T. KUX qOL'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM Oil MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
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fit run i It
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la t' JpfI t4'lA
A ti pi rtnir intrp i
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11 7 of lb huuu
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will u It.TJ.
i Cm miii t) a li. liamful f H tit
kin irMiBriiim ' 1 1 r Mi br U tiniiu t a r nrjf.
GuuJi lKkii to tbo L'l-Uta SUlt', C'fttiU Mid hun fo.
ftfiDJ, HOPIINS, Prep.. 37 Lt;il Jena 8!el, Kcw W
r?;.g KS&rsi R
Tttcedleilee not h.iiiiK ''fen Included
In l.lza l.elimannH sona Mr George
Ialcn han compoied it itnrtette bjiiv
tlall) for ttilw perfornnnco to the
wonlH which "go a follon.
Tttci'dleilum and Tweedledeo
Agreed tit lime a battle,
l'or Tweedledum paid Tweedledeo
Had Kimlled bin Idee new rattle.
Just then Micro came n moiiKtroits
Ah black nfl a tar Inn id.
Which frightened btnh our heroes so
They tptlte forgot Ihelr on lire!.
Tho tableaux aim) are haWug eer
care behtowed upon them, and Mm
Hastings and her aide band of nmdht-
untB are well mitlafled at the piogress
that Ih hclng made.
AmongHt the principal characierH
ulio will appear ate:
Mlco MIbs I'lnrcnce White
Tho King of Hearts
-Mr. Henn.inn Vo-i Holt
The (Jueen of Ilearta
MIbs Mary Von ll.it
Tho Knit j i.f Heaitn
Mr. Willie Mini, in
Tho Duchess ..MIbh Itmgarl Sell uifiir
The Cook MlhH Tholnlu Jlnri'n
Knthor William ... Mr. Alapalil Hmlth
II Ih Son Mt. Hnj Dim tins
The Walrus Mr. John Doe
The Carpenter .Mr. Artlnii I.suulo
Tweedledum "Ponn" Ctinliu
Twtetlledeo Mr. Iliclianl Hoo
besldeH oters, court attuulantB,
ladles of the' ballet and a lio,t of
Mrs. I'otwlno wll bo nt the plann,
and tho stage scltlugB mid light ef
fects will bo looked after by tho pio
fesBlonils who ustiilly tittend to these
m.itteiB nt tho Opera Hotibo
The commlttco In chargo of this en
teitalnment eotiMMs of Mrs I, Tenny
Peck, Mib. Hastings, Mtb. l'otwlne,
Miss Iimgard Scluicfer, and Mr.
tieoige DaIeB. They do not bellovo
In half measures; tho best i not too
good for n Honolulu audlenco, and
bearing this In mind they aio giving
the assnrnnco that this entertnlmuent
will compare nioio than fiiMitably
with any amateur piodtictlon that Imp
Iiueii ghen heie
Cm ds hno been recehed as fol
lows: Mrs. Elizabeth K. Krceth ro
questa the iiIcimiio of our company
nt tho marilngo of her daughtor, Dor
othy Muriel, to Mr. Wllllnm Ilcniy
Campholl oil Monday, tho flfteonth of
Kelitunry, nlucttnn hundred and
nine, nt eight o'clock, nt St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Honolulu, llnwallan Islands.
A delightful tea was given on I'TTrs
day by Mrs. llornlco Wnlbrldgo In
lienor of Sirs. Vincent Kltcnt, who
has been tho complimented guest at
to many functions for the past four
weeks Tho Mlssca I'nrko assisted In
ii-'ehlng tho guests and n very picas
nut nfterniKin wiib spont dlscubalng
the iklktous viands ami greeting hl
1 1 lends Mrs. Kopko pieilded most
eiriclmth hi the tea-tablo and tlio
gtusts er,. seated ut little tnblPJ III
the diawlug-riKjiu. Tloweis nml
gieeni, aitlstkullv adorned thOTooms.
Among tluifce piemint wore I.mly Hor
ion, Mis. w. Stanley, Mrs. Lango,
Mis. Clnrn Ingllsli, SI is. Andrew -ler,
.Mis. Walter Hoffmann, Sirs,
tlnodale. Sirs. Mtttrcw Sister Albei
tlnn, Sister Ilcatilce. Sirs. Sliupfon,
Sirs l'eiklns, Mlfis Slnipiiin, Mis.
Ilulrd. SIlss II. Slay. SIUs K. Wight,
Mrs. iu Hot. Mis. Ilewllngt, Sits.
Hiiwes Jr., SIlss Russell.
Dr. and Sirs. Humphils had n de
lightful trip In the Mongolia mid on
ChitxtiiuM Day were the orlglnntois
of n ChrUtmus tree, from tho brnnch
is of which hung glittering to) a and
joll gifts for nil tho passengers. Sirs
enthusiasm. After the tire came mi
olnbmate mid delUloui. Christmas
dinner, and this wits followed by a
llternr mid musical pingrnm tender
ed by the passengers. Inilttdliig Dr
mid Slis. Humplirls, whom wo run
well Imagine doUglitct cer)bod) by
their tleer recitations Dr. mid
Slis. Humphils luiNe b) no means for.
gotten Honolulu mid in their letters
my hi most feellnglj They expect
to le.fli I'nglnnd about March.
One of tho prettiest luncheons of
the week was ghen on Thursday by
Humphils mid several others got up Sirs B. SI. planum. In honor of her
a subscription and bought thu prcs-guest, SIlsS Cornwcll. Tho round tn
ents, whli h uoie leceived with great hie. glittering with glass and silver.
was covered with n Chinese embroid
ered cloth and a largo cut-glnss bowl
of ong-stcmnied cienm roses wnii In
the tenter. Trailing brunches of
white orchids mid bouquets of violets
with maidenhair scattered In lavish
profusion imido n effect seldom rival
ed. The guests wcru presented with
corsnges of otchlds nud violets. SIlss
Cnrnwell, who sallcs for Australia to
day, worn a handsome frock of white
lilsh ciochet lnce, which was cry
bctomlng. Her drop eurrlngB ot dia
monds nml pearls wcro much admir
ed. Sirs. Damon, In a dainty confec
tion or embioldcrcil inutle, was a per
fect hostess. The guests Included
Sirs. Dunning, MrB. Wndhnms, Sirs.
Wrlghtson, Sirs. Atkins. Mrs. J. I.,SIr. and Str. Hurry Slaefarlane, Sir.
Cook'e. Sirs. Kred. C Smith, Mrs. end Sirs. George D!ie, Sir. nnd
11. Castle. Mrs. J. A. SlcCandlcss. SIib Mis. C. Kimball, Sirs. Mary Otinn.
Allnn llottomle. Sirs. Jnmes Cock- Sirs. Young, SIlss lllrncy, SIlss Alice
but n, Mrs. Ilnwes 4r. Slacfnrlano, Mrs. Hoburt Atklns"li. Sir.
Oeff. tho father of Sirs. I.unghorne.
' Mrs. James Cockburn expects licr who, with Mrs. Oolt, Is niuklng a vis
mother to nrrho III tho riram.i It here, Sir. Stewart Uiwrey, Slr.llur
toda). She will spend koino time old Castle, Sir. Herbert Dowsett, Dr.
here. Sliss lliillen. who hits been n l.nnghorne.
guest of Sirs. Cockburn, and U now ,
ut the hosiiIUI, Is rapidly recovering Tng-Diiy Is attracting great ntten
fnnn her soe. u llluesi. 'Hon fiom ever) body nil over tho.
town and clinpcioncs nnd maidens
uro busy tagging nil comers. It Is
supposed to bo en rcelo to try only
once, but on the Coast the ono who
has the most tags Is considered very
fortunate Indeed. All over town tho
lion. ii plens.iiitl) renieinbeicd here. 'tug commission can be Been nnd Its
Sir. nnd SI13 l"eigU3 Allen, who
arc situated bo delightfully in Mex
ico, mo spending a few wcoks In tho
City of Mexico In tonip.tu) with Mis.
Slacdilviay mid her daughter, Star-
it Do You Feel
when you should be at your best? Are
you tired and soggy and " slow in the
head" when every faculty should be on
You need a TONIC one that
will give vyou a better appetite, clear
your head, and make you FIT in every
Mrs. Usbourno entertained nt din
net on Tuesday night. Sirs Hngllsh,
SIlss Cordon, Mrs. Mason, Mr. Ilond,
nnd Sirs. Mint were amongst those
who cujojeit her hospitality, and
bridge was ptnyod during tho even
ing. Cnnon Usbourno, who has been
on Kauai, returned this week.
f.a Wn .1 n mu ttt t..... DLll
...C. 1. U.tlliltllO Ul I Vll miljlll'l. I
who aiwa)s entciliilns bo elegantly,
was tho hostess of 11 luncheon on Wed
nesdny In honor of her mother, Sirs.
Atkins. American beauty roses In
all tile glory of their gorgcousness,
iuaile a mound of exquisite color In
the center of the table, and about tho
roams wcio bunches of roseB. Sirs.
Atkins, who Is a gieat favorite with
every body, was most brilliant, and
Sirs. Wndhnms entertained her
guests by many amusing anecdotes.
The guests Included Mrs. Walter
l'lenr, Sirs. Dunning, Sirs. Sloses,
Sirs. S. M. Damon, Sirs. r St, Swmi
zy, Sirs. V, Lowrey, Slis. W. II. Cas
tle, Mis. Mott-Snilth.
Everybody Is glad to Bee Sirs. Rocs
utile to drlvo out. This charming
woman has been greatly missed f 10111
all, social functions during her en
forced iibscncoUiwiigh Illness. Sho
Is looking anything but mi invalid
now and Is fast recovering.
Sirs. II. l llaldwln and Sirs. W. O.
Smith arrived fiom Maul this week.
Mi. It. I. llaldwln Is slowly rocovct
Ing. A quiet wedding took placu In St
Andrew's Cathedral today nt 2 p. m.,
the contracting paitles being Sir
Chas. N. Slnrquoz mid Miss Lena O,
Itosowaruo. Only tho rolatlvos of tho
parties wero present. Tho Hov. K. T
Simpson performing tho ceremony.
Tennis at, tho Tennejs Is nlwnjs
en6ynble, nnd tho tennis ten which
Slis. Tennoy gave on Wednesday In
honor of Miss St. Goar and Miss
Low was ono of tho most delightful
nflnliB of tho week. Sirs, Tenney
dispensed tho hospitality of tho man
n mean innn who will try to avoid
them, for ten cents only l aBkcd, and
think or the grand cause to which It
Nasturtiums In nil tho glory of their
brilliant colorings, beautifully adorned
tho dinner table of Sir. und Sirs. P. SI.
Swnnzy on Tuesday. Ilrldgo wub tho
entertainment of the evening. Tho
guests weto Sir. and Sirs. Fred Slac
firlane, Sir. nnd SIhi Jack Dowsett,
Sir, and Sirs. IMward Tennoy, Sir. and
Sits, l'aul Isenberg, Sir. nnd Mrs. von
Holt, Sir. nnd Sirs. Faxon Illshop, Mrs.
floodnle, Captain Hens, U. S. N.
Sir. Augustus Knudscn lectured In
n must Interesting way on "Personal
Magnetism" boforu tho Thcosophlcal
Society 011 Tuesday evening.. Doth ho
and Sirs. Knudscn huvo tho cottago ut
the PleaBauton hotel.
On February 18th, "Alice In Won
dcrlnnd" will delight oerbody nnd
the greatest enthusiasm prevail. Tho
Woman's Guild ot St. Aniliow'a Is to
huvo tho proceods for debts Incurred,
Sir. Carl WolterB of tho Hutchln
tnn plantation was a passenger tin
the Sluuna I.oa for Nualchu. Hu has
been to the Coast during his absonco
Sir. and Mrs. .A. SI. Ilrown outer
tnlncd at a surfing narty and chowder
on Thursday In honor of Sir. and Mrs.
Goff, of, Washington, D. C. Tho guests
played bridge during the evening.
Everybody Should Join In Flabl
Iny the Pests.
Itau hT irown very numcroui of late, belns
drlfen ladoors br the cold weather, and tbh hu
reaulted In attaeka on children and In aomc la
staneea on vrown persons.
Ererybodr should Join In destroying these
dangerous peata. The best war to get rid of
tliem Is with Stearns' Eleetrlo Hat and Roach
Pusto, which drives them out of the houae to
uid, ana is soaoiuteiy reuaoie.
When Ton go to the store for an eitermlnatnr
' for rats or cockroaches, do not take anything
Blon In hor own g.acloua way. nnd ' .-fitTTild SSZI iranteo'loTetunJu,
the !ahle3, spread under the trees of nwnerlf not sotufactorr. Ills ready for uu
tlm iiinrt wiiu imiv wtiii ,.....ra i d doeanot ha to be mled with other things.
me court, vwia tuy Willi timers nud, ndaalUsloiaitform,ltoanootb!owon tho
ferns. Tho gnme was watched with food like thu powders sometimes used.
Interest nnd tho comfortable scats Stearns' Eleetrlo Paste Is sold everywhere, or
. ., . , ,, ', aenl Mjirwi prji W ou receipt of Price. 1 os. box
which Btiriound tho toiitt worn til- wo. is oz. box ti.oo. f
wnjs occupied, The guests Included Swaraj' Eleetrlo Paste Co, Cutcaso.IlU
nisi 1 1 Ynii in ii?"' ItifitisJsilt -Vi ftfflk
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