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The mark-down man fc hard at work. Every day of the past week he has been skirmishing through the store for odd
sizes. Prices fall away to almost nothing under his magrc pencil. Cost is ignored; values of such magnitude are created that
will vacate counters and tables at once. Some lots are small. .We therefore urge early shopping. Sale be'gins Iflonday Morning,
lots and broken
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Lace nnd embroidery trimmed. Odd
lots nt almost Half Price.
42.00 GOWNS 91.00 Each
$2.75 GOWNS ..... S1.50 Each
. SU.00 Each
. . $15.25 Each
5.3.50 GOVNS . .
$3.75 GOWNS . .
In Plain nnd Fancy.
COo quality -10 a Yard
G5c quality ... .t5 a Yard
75c quality . . 50 a Yard
00c quality G." a Yard
STAMFED TABLE COVERS
Pretty Designs on Brown Linen
$1.50, to close oui 95
15c DOYLIES 7i2
P.Oc DOYLIES 10
5c DOYLIES l"Vi!
Fine qualities for afternoon and
30c quality 20 a Yard
35o quality 25 a. Yard
40c quality 30 a Yard
50c quality 35 a Yard
Fancy Dress Voiles
In Stripes and Checks, Pretty
25c quality, to close out 15 a Yard.
All-Wool French Flannels
In Polka Dots, Stripes, and Persian
$1.00 quality, to close out 60 a Yd,
LADIES' SHIRT WAIST SUITS
TO CLOSE OUT. PRICES CUT IN TWO.
$4.50 SUITS x ?2.25
$5.60 SUITS J $3.00
$7.50 SUITS ! ....T 94.00
$8.00 SUITS . 94i50
NAVY BLUE AND BLACK POLKA-DOT SUITS:
SILK GOSSAMER CAPES
Full length, splendid protection for cyening wear, cardinal
black, $10.00 VALUE FOR 92.50.
Odd Pairs of Curtains
at Half' Price
Onlv n small lot, so come early if
you want any,
$1.00 CURTAINS.... 9 .50 a Pair
$1.60 CURTAINS S .75 a Pair
$2.25 CURTAINS 91.15 a Pair
$3.00 CURTAINS. . 91.50 a Pair
S5.C0 CURTAINS S2.50 a Pair
$C.0O CURTAINS $3.00 a Pair
$7.50 CURTAINS 93.75 a Pair
LINEN HUCKABACK TOWELS
fringed ends, blue-bordered, and all
$3.00 and $3.25 qualities to close
out'92.25 a Dozen.
SILK EMBROIDERED BATISTE
Pretty Designs and Colorings
05c. quality to close out 37V4- " yd.
Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose
Whits, Tan, and Black.
Black size. 9 and 0'2.
Ten size, 8, 0, 92.
White in all sizes.
GOc q-flKty, to close out, 3 PAIRS
White Kid Gloves
2 clrsai, standard make; size 5,
C. 7, 7i. 71a. $1.25 and $1.75
quality, b clcie out S5c a Pair.
Undressed Kid Gloves
Elbe x length. White sizes, G, 0' ,,
, Os, 0. Black, 534. 0, 7.
$2.2 j quality, to close out 9 1. 01)
SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
Fort and Beretania Streets.
Opp. Fire Station
SOCIAL CHATTER &r HOME TALK
Dr. mid Mrs J. S. McGrew miiiminco
tlio engagement 'f tlii'Ir niece, MIhs
.liianlta I.eiltia llardawav to Lieut.
Phillip flni 111 WrlRhton, II. S. A.
The guests at the Maedonald enter
talnvd on Thursday ot cuing In honor
of Miss Mm Ion Hell ami Mr. H. C.
Stuck lhlo. v:lio are to ho married on
Tucalay. February 10. Tho young
cnnplo liavo both resided nt Mrs. Mac
Donald's Tor some time ami oh n tok
en of their esteem their fellow guests
presented thom with n tory haiidsnino
slhor tea net and two rut glass cruets I
with heat titoH for their future hap-'
Mrs. Aimn?tim Muriihy's valentine
ilillice, whlrh she Kate In honor of her
daughter Thelmu on Friday etenlng.
Wan nt tended liy a largo niiinlier of
young tioople. who danced right mer
rily until a late hour. The drawing
looms were prettily decorated with fes
toons of heart entwined amidst th,"
Japanese" vine which tends Itself to
Vi'il to u decorate sdniiio of this 11.1
t'iro. From tile cliancleller to the cor
Hunt of the rooms tin- hanging henrts
nodded and beckoned to thu Kay danc
ers uiderueulh, and It vwis n charnilnK
night to eco to many nimg and prett)
glriss, so daintily dressed, all mi
rleasuro bout. The young lada did
their duty nnd thero were no wall
flowers. The library, hall and dining
room wero decorated with larso bowls
of "pink mseit, plnl; earnatlons and
doiildo hybiKctis. The dunce iitugrams,
licart-shaped, weiu, ornnmented with
alcntlnu laneorii. A delirious tmppor
vras sencd und (he hours paused all
too quickly. Mrs. Allco Drown presld
cd ut tho piano and played In her bril
liant fashion tho dtiuco limbic dear to
everybody. Mrs. Murphy looked hand
homo in a black creation, with pink
luce, snd Mlxs Theliua .Murphy, In a
dainty white mull, a l.i Dlrectnlre, wus
tlio life of the I'tenlng, so contagious
was her merry laugh and enthusiasm
Those present mere: Misses Marearvt
Bryan. Ilaknhlld White. Hllma White,
1 Pauline Schaefer, Jlarnaret Wadnimi
Carol Low. Kllznlicth Low, llutli Souur,
MarKuret ItChti.rk!, ICIleen McCarthy,
Madeline lloss, Myrtlo Scliumnn.
I.ouU Mrfurtliv, llutli .MtClieauuy.
OwymlE l'aln. Pear! McCarthy, Mar-
thn McChiin. Alle- HastltiKS. Until
1 Andersnn. Nn'nla McCartliy. Mlllatl
JlcChene Man mi M( Cat thy, Juli
ette Atm.ter 11 1. a Hp,,ildliiK, Esther
White, Mar I.m.i- Henrietta Smith,
Ilentiloo White Mi srs Vernon Ten-
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A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
It. T. FELIX GOI'RAID'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MA0ICL BEAUIIFIER
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(loumul' C'rrm Mie l-"t titrmful if all tU
.. . ..II..... ( L l. ... bH .llldflll. BV.fl IllfV.
JtfHHCPUIIS) P(tp, 3 tutl Jcnej SIikI, He Tori
ney, Kenneth Ileldford, Ar nr Oilman,
Wlllard Grace, Charles It ick, How
ard (Irace, James McCandlvss, Charles
Ilreiiham, Carl. Schaefer, Alapucklo
Hmlth, hnn Oraham, ChnrJes Lucas,
I-eHter Murks, William Schuman, Alex
ander Anderson, William Ouderktrk,
Allan llentnn, Heynold Mcdrow, Auk
11st Schaefer, William Harris, Blakcly
McStocker, Vincent Genovos, Herbert
HerK. Donald Boss, Cliirenco White,
IVancIs Cooper, Harold Hustacc.
The Halelwn Hotel has just been
newly painted and It presents a vory
mat and attractive appearance to tho
many townspeople and tourists who
patronize It. Tho Spring rush will
11ml Mr. HldRood ready to receive all.
comers with that customary courte
ousness for which he Is noted. Among
those who motored down for a day
this week wero Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox
of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Cai-e-DecrliiK of Kind street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lowls expect to
occupy the now liouso In Collceo Hills
which Is now being built, about Aug
uit. It Is directly opposite tho Gart
leys and a most dcslrablo residence.
Mrs. D. W. Cooko, who Is a Ruost at
mo i-ieasaiiion, was one or tho guests
at tho luncheon given by Mrs. W. n.
Castle on Thursday In honor of Mrs.
Tho Princess Kawauanakoa. who has
been spending some tlnio In New York
at tho San Bomo, sailed for Europo In
tho Princess Coclllo and will mako her
headquarters In Paris.
Among tho delightful entertain
ments of tho week was tho luncheon
Khen on Wednesday by Mrs. W, II.
Castle, In honor of Mis. Seldcn
Kingsbury, Tho gucst-of-honor, who
bo soon goes to Maul to reside, was
charmingly dressed In white embroid
ered crepe. Violets In large baskets
nnd vases artistically adorned the
well-appointed tabic and violet place
cards wero given as souvenirs as
well ns corsage bouquets of tho samo
sweet blossoms, Among those pres
ent were Mrs. Walter Frear, wife of
tho Oovcrnor of Hawaii; Mrs. Dan
nlng, wife of the commander of Fort
Shnfter; MrB. Wadhams, Mrs. Ten-
uey Peck, Mrs. Fooke, Mrs. Lowrey,
Hi-., Mrs. cooko, Mrs. Atkins.
An exceedingly enjoyable evening
was spent at tho residence of Mr. 8.
1-'. unuiingwortn last Tuesday by a
number of young peoplo, who had
dancing and music to their hearts'
content, Tho occasion was the Im
pending departure of Mr. William
t'hllllngworth, formerly of the Unit
ed States Marshal's staff, for Kahulul,
whero ho linn accepted a position with
lie railroad company.
Judge and Mrs. F. M. Hatch, who
nave been entertaining su extensive
ly In Washington this year, cave a
dinner on th0 20th nt which wero
ptesent Governor and Mrs. Ide, Itep
lesentatlve and Mrs. Bourke Coch
ran, Heprosentatlve and Mrs. Dat
zell, HeprcsentatUe ami Mr Wonia
Justice nnd Mrs. McKcnna. Command-1
or aim airs. Kearney, Mrs. Talbot, Miss
Blanca Coggswcll, Miss Harriet Hatch,
Mr. Uarojd Bewail of Bath. Maine, Col,
Alexander G. Hawes. American Beau
ty rosea In lavish profusion made the
table a dream of beauty. Mrs. Hatch,
In a pink satin a la Dlrectolre, looked
charming and was as usual perfect
A drive by moonlight to Fort Shat
ter Is always a delightful experience,
nnd on Wednesday evening, when
Major and Mrs. Wadhams entertained
at dinner their guests thoroughly en-
Joyei( tho cool, bracing air In the clear
mountain nlr. Their dinner guests In
cluded Mrs, Atkins. Captain and Mrs.
Fay, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Case Deorlng,
Mrs. Alexander G. Hawes Jr., Mr. Dav
id Anderf.on and Mr. John McKlnnon.
The table, with Us fragrant burden
of pink roses In a large silver bowl,
tho silver candebra with their wax can
dles, and tlio dainty Dutch valentine
place cards, as well as the cxoultdto
accessories, made a pleasing picture
Mrs. Wadhams woro one of her Fronch
creations nuds Mrs. Atkins was In nil
embroidered Swiss mull. Tho guests
played bridge throughout the evening
and tho soft glow of many lamps and
candles was a most agreoable change
from tho glowing electric lights, widen
Is at times so necessary but often so
An Horn of Interest Is tho following:
Tho engagement Is announced of
Mrs. Burthu Bldney Smith and Captain
Plllsbury of tho Unltod States Army.
Mlsa Smith Is ono of three charming
sisters, tho others being Mrs. Phlilp
Van Homo Lansdalo and Miss Helen
Sidney Smith, nnd they lnv nlwaya
been hospitable hostesses In Ihelr
handsomo home on Broadway and
(Webster street. They have recently
'returned from a trip abroad nnd Fpcnl
Homo tlmu In the Kail, where this, de
lightful romance culminated. Captain
Plllsbury Is stationed nt West Point,
land it Is said that the wedding will
tako placo In tho spring. Call.
The Morning Music Club, which
met on Wednesday ut the residence
of Mrs. C. 8. Weight, was un uniisu
nlly well-attended n flair, nnd the
piogrnm, which was a llrahms col
lection, was listened to with great
est Interest. It as 11:1 follows: 1 Jin I'. A. Seliuefi-r Other .n l - m
Paper Mis. Atheitoii eluded Mr. nnd Mrs. IVhii II. 't p
"Allegio from 1) Major Siiipliiin" Mi. ti.id Mi. (I. IIimIKi. Mr. mil .Mi .
... MlhM-s Sit voiih nnd Hestailcl. P.ml iMiiliern. Hie .Misses rMr -fi r mi I
Song. "Gipsy Kong" Miss Wind tlcncinor Clcghuiii. Music anil (mi-
Trio. "Cradle Song" Mciidaines Motl v. chiIhu nride tl w -ilnn 'i
.Smith. Wiluht mil Miss Heliuncr Hnhl'iilly. MIhh Hchncf.-r and Ml
Piano solo, "Scotch llillud" lienberg fawned Iho gnmta
Miy. Wbltnoy PhdlllO MllLCtlUIIB.
Anyone yvho does not feel strong
and vigorous during this keen, bracing
vv'eather certainly is in need of a good
TONIC and NUTRIENT.
.Something to mildly stimulate the
APPETITE and assist in the DIGES
TION; sorhething that is pleasant to
You'll find all, this in a glass of
Primo Beer tak;sith
Songs, "Schelden und Midden" "In
der 1'elden" .Mis. L'onsttihcl
Duct, "The Gyinles"
Mrs. Ileisccr and Miss ilnatuilcl:
Song, "Sapplilc Ode"...Mhs Sili.iure'r
Duel, "lliingaiinn Dam-e No. 11"
.Mis. Mott-Hiiilth und Mlsa Schaefer
Ono of the pretty illmiorv. of the
week was given on Monday li Mr. aii.l
.Mrs. Fninrls Swiuizy, who uuii mined
In honor of Mr. und Mrs. Cot of Phil
adelphla and Mrs. P.igo of San I'-aii
elsco. Nastiirlliinm In a huge biul
graced tho center of Hie table and mini
ijgrammed place cuds tcalrd the
guests. Thoso asked to inci-l the
KUChts of honor went Mr and Mrs.
doff, Dr. and Mis. l.aiiKhonic, Mist
Jessie Kaurmauii, Caplaln Itees, I). S.
N and Mr. Walter DlllitiKliam. Mm
Cox, who iKisseases beauty of an un
usual order, woro a Kienrli cieatlou ol
black gauze, nnd Mrs. P.ige, u most
Interesting woman, was also In n hand
same black toilette. Mrs. Swnuy
woro a becoming frock of black and
white. Mr. and Mis. Cox and Mr.
Pago hailed for tho Volcano on Tiu-h
day. They nru kiichIh at the Moan t
hole) and expect to remain for tewiral
Mrs. Faxon Bishop gave n luncheon
for forty on Wednesdiy last. Hu
mbles wero placed on the lawn under
(ho shadow of thu old liees, which lire
ruch u feature of the place, and llowors
f inaiiyd'holco vai Idles wero on each.
Tho guests enjoyed llo entertainment,
for although al fresco, tho dishes wcuo
served piping hot. Among those pics
ent wero .Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mis J.-j
Cooke. Mrs. Dunning, Mrs Wndliaiiu
Mrs. Atklus, Mrs. A. Fuller, Mrs. (1
Itodlek,, Mrs. Guild:, Mrs, Dowhctt
.Mrs. W. It. Castle, .Mrs. F. A. Hclmo'cr.
Mrs. Weight, Mm, Mcdrow, Mrs. Kle
bulin, Mrs. Tuniiey Peck, Mrs. Locke
Mrs. Ivcis, Sr., Jlrs. Vulnrhoiiso, Mn,
Dllllnghaiii, Mrs. Dole, Mia, MnrK-i.on
Walker and many others.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mucfarlauo, who
always entettnlii well, gave a dlinu-i
on Thursdny for Mr nnd Mib. Faxon
Bishop. The giiehts Incliided Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Swuuzy. Mr. ..id Mrs. Kd
wqiif Tennuy, Mr. inn' Mis J. Dow
sett, Mr. ami Mi-h. I'aul luenuirg. Mi
and Mrs. Harry Miicfarlnue Miss ,c
Macfmlano, Mlsa Jl. Waik,r, Ms H
Civil Hnglneer and .Mrs. Parks on
teitaln this evening nt their hotel,
the, Alexander Young, In honor of
Major and Mrs. Long, V S. M. O ,
Ciptnln and Mis. Low, U. S. M. C
Captain and Mis. Itamsey. U 8. M. C.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Faiauh.irson, V.
S. M. C, Mlsa Frear and Captain Ucos,
Comniandaut of the Nnuil Station.
Mr. John Hackreld was the guest of
honor nt llohchauk on Monday at u
dinner gluui by Italian Consul and
Tho Onhu Collego Glee Clubs wltl
ll'Ue their (onunt tonight in Ch.nr
IK IIUIiop Hull lib Piiuahoii nt s
o'coeli. Tlio luognilll Ii.ih II pleasllii
tin fi-l or cilchj lumle nnd local IiIik.
tonic oT which will go down as anion,
the lieat over ghi-n line. The Unix
lintn beei. working all the year un
der Mlsa Alice ItogeiH1 sMIirnl illiei
ttnti, which iissnici souiethlng wmlli
while. The iioceeds go toward snp
lirtlug Ktudulit orgiinl.ulloiis. Tic I -it
sell for 7f nnd Till cents and liny
I e bought ut the door.
Mr. and Mrs II. oii Holt inlii
tallied nt dinner on WcdneHihi) eve'i
lilg .11 their l evidence on .Indd .die I.
1. 1 ng-iileiniued Anierhan lieaiil inb-'i
made the table it picture. Tho guest
vein the I'.et. Mr. Simpson, Mm.
Simpson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Teuney Pnl..
Mr. ntul Mis. F. A. Schaefer, Ml i
lnip?(iu, Judge l.lnd.uiy. Mr. nod
Mis. ton Holt ti nil Mis. Teuney l'e I.
fntoied the gun..ts with music din
ing the oteiilng.
Mr. mid Sin Arthur llerg el
tallied ut dinner on Thuiwday I.ihi la
their usunl dillitlitriil fiiblilou In bono,
of Mr. and Mis. Lctttnn Drain, Mi. n id
Mrn. Allan Doitomlcy, .Miss (Illicit an I
Mrs. Mist of Mauo.i euteilulued nt
lea on Wednesday ufternoou and
Miss lldlth Mlut hcli dispense the
hospitality, which is biieh un ngree
uble fealiiiu of that dollghtful home.
At Mrs. Tennoy Peek's on Thurs
dnt tlieui wero nc.li Iv llfty ciiIIci-k
who paid their icspeetH to Mm.
I.ucl'e, her niotlier, aa well us he,
Mm. I.owton-llriiln wim the hoste.j
ol an lufoiiiial und delightful Itim h
loii on Thursday In liomii of Mih.
I (IMaMI-bwl 1879)
An Inhalation for
Oresoleno Is a Boon to Atlhmatlca.
l)ii It not mpmi muro ctTHliv to britln In n
rrmvtly fur dim mil vt tlio ortatluuif bruti llmu
to Uk ttie re Jxxly into tint itomu. ut
(VrHulriM) vtiret Lh'auiw tl.a air, rendorf J,
ktronttly Uiitlseptlc, ! rarriivl oier tlio illRmutl
mrfr villi Try trcfttb. vlrinir prolvni.i und
conitnnt triatnunt. It ll liiluatl to rootber
wltlt umail chlUlren. H?wx''mmmmmmm1fE'
Thu of ft 'ou ma ,6 ctetP W
nnniiiiivii 'rinU'iicr W V: i&zj-
wiii inn iiuiiieumiB rwuri ir t,ir TaP-Vi
from fought ir i)(lni(nl IV k" rsfrimr '
Comlltlon of 'he tbruut. fl ' 5GLV
ALL DRUGGISTS. Wl WjUXY
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