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New Washable Dress Fabrics
For Spring, 1909
A splendid showing of dainty w cnvcs and attractive patterns, Dc
signs and colorings were never daintier
DIRECTOmE FOULARDS Mercerize J. brown, navy, pongee, lav
'ndcr, cadet black, nnd white, -." nrd.
RAJAH SUITING New, washable, looks like silk, in It. blue, cadet,
nnd brown, -10c yard.
BORDERED JACQUARDS All new, in It. blue, grey, navy, and
brown. il."k d.
CROSSHAR DIMITIES In new designs, pretty coloring, crisp nnd
fresh, at -) yard.
DRESS BATISTE Entirely new patterns, dots, hair stripes, floial
effects, perfect coloring. A big variety to select from, at 15 yard.
NEW DRESS OINOHAMS In soliod colors, plaids, and stripe3,
1 00 yard.
SOLID COLOR DRESS LINENS Lt. blue, pink. It. green, cadet, and
blue, fiom UoC upw.
EMEROIDERED DRESS PATTERNS In elegant suit lengths, pink,
Rrey, navy, and bro'n.
ilk and Dress Goods
MANY NEW, UP-TO-DATE GOODS FROM TIIE WORLD'S FASHION
DIRECTOIRE MES SALINE Black, white, and
leading colors, at S5 janl.
NEW DRESS S 1 1 K S In suit patterns, new and pretty
(' -ign. latist colorings, no two alike.
SIIK WAIST PATTERNS Only one of a kind.
We are Ready for
EVERY DEPARTMENT is filling up with New. Fresh
Merchandise, Goods that are the very latest in Style,
Material and design, and Moderately Priced.
Oar Money-Back Policy
We aim at your satisfaction, and
through it vc gain your confidence.
We want your trade, and we will
No matter where vou live, you can
trade at SACHS' with perfect satis
faction. A post-card or letter is all
that is necessary.
IS THE FASHION AUTHORITY OF THE WORLD.
S2.80 WORTH FOR $1.50
The DELINEATOR 12 NUMBERS, at 15( 81.80
BUTTERICK FASHIONS 4 ISSUES 25 $1.00
Contains 4 certificates worth GOc in Bntterick Patterns
' ALL .THIS FOR $1.50.
Fort and Beretauia
Opposite Fire Station
The success of our IkllLLINERY DISPLAY seems assured; the favor
able comment of ladies who have visited this department dally indicates
that the Moderate Prices and Individuality of Style that characterize it
have appealed to the public.
This coming week, we shall show many new models, some our own
creations, and many conies of GAGE AND KEITH HATS at Prices That
Will Prove Attractive.
White Ivory Rings
for fancy work, in all the popular
Coiffura, Tidy Wear
Fringe Hair Nets
Measures correctly, hangs a skirt
perfectly, saves time and labor,
All sizes, 5 a card.
Boys' and Girls' Rompers
Gingham Rompers, 05 and 90.
Boys' Brownie Overalls
Silk Waist Patterns
Onl- One of a Kind
While low prices arc an important
factor in buying, we rely for your
itronafe uon the superior quality
of our materials, the fine workman
ship, and the immaculate character of
our ffn'dermuslin. We have also the
I HIGHiaOWNS from . . . .G0 up
BKIETS from G5? up
DRAWERS from 10t? up
CHEMISES from 40 up
CORSET COVERS from
COMBINATION SKIRT CHEM
ISES from $1.25 un
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
wave or curl natr in a lew minutes
I without heat. A card of 5 for 25t.
SOCIAL CHATTER zz HOME TALK
Pltni.IMIVMlY mo tins .H
lli'lil (111 111 IISllj ii I .! II11UI1 .11
tin- n nl 'in if Mrs P M
Sin nti fur til oignulzatlou
of the Women's Auxllluiy of
the Oiitiirhir Ciukh." Chili, nl
whirl) tlio following "ID pits wit,' elect
oil. I'M slili-ut. Mm KYuneU M Swan
E; liu pipslik-it .Mm II ,M. vnn
Holt: secretim Mm. (? Wilder;
trcutiiiii r. Mm S. (1 Wllili'i . trustees
Mm Geoige Carter, Mrs. J M. Dott
rel!, Mm J II Siiior, Mrs Ilrnliieul
Fmiih. Mm. Spalding Mm Kbeii Lor,
Mm Mellaril Ivira These ulilci'm
will form tin Imi-iiiI of diuTtom A
commit Us- nf tin,.' was uio!nti'd fin
Hi if formatliin of . comitltu'loii ami h
lawn to lie lallflul nt thi' nixt uleitliiR
which will prolml ly take p'ace on I"rl
day next, at the Outrlsgei Chili on the
(jrcHt liuial. The (.'runs hoime destined
for tlio ixrhmlw' use of thi Woniuu'
Anxlliao is not -ml) nrtHtlr Imt will
be comfortable In eu'r detail. Clinji
orpnes will he provided i'or school
dny fiom 2 mull fi.iuid on Saturdas
from o until . That till chili will ho
it liiHin for oun.r girls Ih almost tin
necossnry to btnto, for the puru nlr
pud evcrelxu lire health giving nnd
should ho encouraged, An one wish
Ins to Join i tin mid their n limes to
tlio cccretniv to ho noted ilium hy tlio
hoard of dliectois, Tlio dues uro $5
Mrs A Q I lanes, Jr, who lias been
spending two weeks with .Mm. Swan
zy. will he domiciled at tlio Alexander
Young Hotel on rui'sday.
The Coimtr. Club In an Ideal place
for ciiten ilnltiK , ml on Saturday l.itt
Mrs Clifford Kimball wan i he hostess
of mi lufiimil ten time In honor of
Mis Huh, it White Mm Lewis, her
mother nnd Ml Lewis Tin- guests
GEARY.STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PIAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
3 A new down (own hotel. Sleel and
brick structura. Furnished al a cost of
$150,000. Everj comfort and comenl
ence. On car lines transferring to all
parts of oil;. Omnibus meets all trains
and slBamers. .
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
of honor were delighted with the views
whkli biii'.k1 hi'foie one's lhlou ami
ate 111 lino with Ilonolulii. They ev
nict to no on to tlio Orient 111 the Ro
len. Mr. Lewi nnd niece li.no been
spending the week on Knunl, tlio us
lent of Ilulealinla being one of the
Jdjk id the trip.
Jim. Coolte, a silent nt the Picas
union who with her son has been
spending Boerii! months here, will nail
In the Korea for the Oil-nt. ncciitu
panted bv .Ml km lie.itlliu Castle, one of
HumiliiluV popular joiitix " I'lvlv glrlK.
AmniiK the new uiilvalu nt the Plena
antnii cm be mmtloned Mre. Kenton
Hindu, of Knlriln. who has hum 111 the
Queen's Hospital for sexeral weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sefort, of Salt
I.ako City; Mr. t.nd Mrs T i:. Amil
hieail and the .Mlii-es Annlstcad from
Portland, OivRim Mr. C A. Ill own
will Join hlu wife In MtssachusetlK
HiIh h rim;.
Mr and Mrs. I.e.w ton-Drain, who nro
soon leaxliif! their hiliiKalnw, uio en
Kai;ed upirttucutK nt tlio Com Hand.
Mm I.ou ton-Hi nln nnd Infant will
spend a jenr In Kuropo.
Mr. and Mrs. tickliart havo taken
Iho house noxt the Slanloy's, foimerly
occupied hy tlio P.ov. Mr Flmpson nnd
Mrs. H. P. Dllllnghnm wns tlio host
ess of n luncheon on Tliui'day In lion
of or Mrs. Heihert White, Mrs, Lewis
nnd Miss Lewis of Ilrookllno, "Mass
nchusetts. Among Uio guests weio
Mis. HuirfM, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Walter
Krenr, Mrs. Brdmann nnd Mis. Har
.Thrro will probably bo n concoit at
the Moaiia Hotel tonight by,.tho 13th
Infnntiy hind, nnd an Infqrmul dance
ns w.!I ut the popular hntol hy the
ion The laigan Is nlso expected and
will add her compliment nf fair wo
men mid In a vo ricu to the sceuo.
I.nd Howaid -otiirncd today In the
Manna Ken She will sail for the Oi
lout Oils coining week.
Captain Hccs, U. S. N., Is taking
Captain Vaughn Lewes. H Is'., and
Mm Vaughn Lewes and n paity of
frlendr to Pcatl Haihor this luoiulng
in the Ii oiiuois.
Mr (lorald Ilinton vtll soon take a
Micntion of u few' mouths, going to
riigland during his holiday.
Illshop Smith was nlso n passenger
In the Slhuiiu for the Mainland.
Mi . II, Ilubcrtuun, who lias been a
guest nt the Minna Hotel fur many
inontlii.. will soon sail for the Coast.
Mrs. Ilobertson is not oul one of the
best-diosfcod wiiuicn In Honolulu hut is
u it) chui tiling lino us well. Sho him
uluiiyi. met with social bturess, and i.i
goes. She has oiirds out for several sesses In n great degree, dcstlnctlon.
eiitoiiCiumrlits for Uie coming weuk.
Mls-i (loidon, a1 cousin of Canon nnd
Mis. Usbnuine. expects to snll for hc
hoiin; In New Yotlc erj moil, Ml83
nlnuys u great fitMiilto wherever she Cordon Is mi ur,usunl type and pos-
Sho looks us If crowns nnd thrones
were nil overy-dny affairs for her,
On Tuesday evening Former Gover
nor and Mrs, George Caiter gave a
most uijoyaule little dinner at their
It strikes with double force those
who have traveled over the world and
have been obliged to drink all sorts of
liquids, good, bad, and indifferent.
The soft, agreeable quality of
PRIMO BEER is a matter of wonder
to the tourist. We know what the
reason is it's
Brewed to Suit
rcsldcr.ee tin Judd street. Hones In nil their customers with a smile. We
pre not to suro about that. It may
be so with women customers, but tlio
snvuga breast of the male buyer Is
not to be toothed by any such embro
cation. His favorite tradesman is
the man who gives him what bo asks
for and glves.lt to him quickly, A
smile Is all very well, but It must ha
an addition to, and not n substitute
for, accuracy and dispatch. We shall
be told next that a barber should in
gratiate himself with his customers
by the cultivation of an airy and
easy conversational power. Not nt
ull. Let the butcher, the baker, the
candlestick maker, and the barber
pursue their avocations In unsmiling
silence, and they will earn patronage
Mrs. Vaughn Lewes, wife of the
captain of the Cambrian, now In port.
Is domiciled at the Alexander Young
hotel. Sho arrived from tlio Colonies
by tho Inst stenmcr.
Mr, C. M. Cooko arrived from Kauai
much Improved In health, and after
a rest will probably bo restored to his
usual good health. ,
Mrs. V, J. Lowrcy, who lias been
111 for two weeks, expects to go to
"Nlupo," tlio Carter place, next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Gartloy aio
spending some time on tho Island of
Mr, Walter Dillingham was a pas
senger in the Siberia for Sun Fran-Cisco.
their exquisite rolorlngs ornamented
tho table. Mrs. Carter, who Is look
lug unusually handsome sinco her re
turn fiom her tilp, was the llfo of
tho dinner, amusing ovcrbody by her
witty icma'iks. The guests Included
Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Macfarlane, Mr, and Mrs.
Mis William "Stanley cxpcctB toj
spend the summer In Victoria, taking
with her a young son to be placed in
Mis. A. II. Ingnlls, who has a rani
talent for tho violin, has mado ar
rangements to study abroad under one
of the foremost violinists in Europo,
and will leave to take up her work
about tho middle of May,
Previous to her departure, however,
the will givo n farewell concert at tho
Hawaiian Opera House, with the as
sistance of the best local musical tal
Mr, and Mrs. Augustus Knudsen,
who nro living at the Pleasanton, ex
pect to spend tho spring and summer
nt tho Coast. Mrs. Valdcmlr Knud
sen and Mrs. Smith are also at the
Rather Interesting Is the follow
ing: We get a warning from New
York that the big pot hats of tho
mushroom variety ought not to bo
worn except by women who havo good
I teeth. Tho hat shadows the whole
oi ino upper pari oi me iace, Willi
the result that the nose and tho
mouth are thrown Into unusual prom
inence und defects that otherwise
would be unnoticed occupy the centor
of the landscape. So much Is this
the caso that tho cosmetic dentist has
already made her appearance. Her
duties nro not quite the same as thoso
of the ordinary practitioner. She
tiles to keep the mouth young and
dimming and she overflows with
tunning and feminine advice. Sho
teaches jou how to show the teeth
without a labored and perpetual smllo
and she Inculcates the Importance of
going to sleep with a pleasant ex
pression so that jou may wake up
similarly adorned, All ou lmo to
do Is to pinch up tho corners of the
month, picss the lljis In the middle
so that they are wide and insy, then
slightly part them until they buiely
touch each other. Do this Imme
diately befoie going to Bleop and the
effect will remain.
A joung Parlblau woman lias open
ed a "school of smiles." She says
that the smile has a distinct commer
cial value, nnd shn lemtnitd 1111 Hint
even the butcher and the grocer can
jiopulmize their wares by meeting
Additional Social News on Page 14
Only one white birth wiib teported
In- Montgomery, Ala., for the week
onded February 13.
Everybody Should Jola In Flgbt
tog the rests.
Rats bTO frown rerr numerous or lte, being
drWen indoors br the cold wetther, and tbU bu
retulted In UUcki on children nnd Iq some In
unoea on grown persons.
E?erjbolr should join la destroying these
dangeroua pests. The best war to gel rid of
tbem is with Swarm' Electrlo Rat and Roach
Paste, which drlfes them out of tho house to
die, and ia absolutely reliable.
When jou go to the store for an exterminator
for rata or cockroaches, do not talca aojlblng
b Jt Stearns' Electric Faste. It la the onlj one
that la sold under a guarantee to refund lbs
moner It not aatlatactorr. It Is read? for use
and does not hare to be mlied with other things,
and aa It la In paste form. It cannot blow on the
food like the powders aometlmea used.
Stearns' Electrlo Paste Is sold everywhere, or
aent urn prtpali ou receipt of price. S ot. box
tic. It oi. box 11.00.
Stearns' Electric faste Co., Chicago, III.
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