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nVKN'IN'O IWM.KTIM. nONOI.UU), T II. BATt'llDAY, MAIt 27. IfJOfl.
We Are Ready For East
WITH an Impressive array of the Latest Styles in MILLINERY, the most correct fashions and fabrics in READY-TO-WEAR GOODS, and some
of the most beautiful Dress Goods of the season. You'll make no' mistake in doing your Easter shopping here.
Easter Lingerie Waists
New models are milking their ini
THE CHRISTY WAIST in nn en
tircly new assortment. There is
nothing quite so handsome or quite
so new in town.
We call your special attention to
the Hand-Embroidered Waists.
The Very Latest; in White, Brown,
Navy, and Black
Our first showing of EASTER GOWNS will take place next Mon
day. The latest conceptions of tho most renowned designers will be
shown; IMPORTED DOWNS, every garment a gem of beauty and .style. (
TWO-PIECE SUITS AND COAT SUITS in white linen, brown linen,
and delicate shades, trimmed with n ew Button-Lace effect and Braid.
Remember that these arc Samnlc Gowns, and consequently reprc- .
sent the most advanced ideas in style.
NEW PRINCESS MODELS Handsome gowns in white and dainty
colors, made of fine, sheer materials and handsomely trimmed.
DRESSY WHITE SERGE SKIRTS. Just opened, in all tho very
latest style and cut. Come MONDAY AND SEE THE VERY NEWEST
THINGS IN GOWNS.
Lace Trimmings and
Embroideries for Spring 1909
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT; NEWEST EFFECTS IN HANDSOME
COLORED EMBROIDERIES WITH INSERTIONS TO MATCH.
PERSIAN EMBROIDERIES wit h bands to match in new color com
NEW CROSSBAR EMBROIDERIES in Flounces and Corset Cover
TUCKED ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES in plain and Crossbar; very
PLAIN SPOTTED AND TUCKED NETS for waists and gowns.
ALL-OVER GOLD AND SILVER with bands to match.
NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS; an elegant assortment, including nil
the Latest Novelties.
SEE WINDOW DIS PLAY.
designs in Empire
Gowns, Hats, Parasols,
Shirt Waists. Corset
Covers, Night Gowns,
Collar Sets, Children's
(For MONDAY ONLY)
$1.75 Gloves.. 551.00
10 Button Silk Gloves,
double tips, best mnke.
White. Black. Pink.
Blue. Urown, Grey and
A Magnificent Showing
OF ' "
For the woman who delights in
expressing elegnnce and refinement
in JJillinery without paying cxtrav
nntmt prices,, there is a treat, in
As usual, the SACHS' display of
Millinery is thoroughly distinctive
and comprehensive. Thcro nro
GAGE AND KEITH PATTERN
HATS and a fine showing of WHITE
EASTER HATS as well as those in
.dclicato colon, fror our own work
rooms, comprising many charming
adaptations and original models.
LADIES' TAILORED HATS
pimple or elaborate. An attrnctivo
ns3irmcnt in the Newest Designs
There will bo a special display of
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED EASTER
HATS. DON'T FAIL TO COME
MONDAY and sec them.
GAUOE EMBROIDERY STILETTO,
for perfect eyelet work. It can be
set for many sizes, as the gauge is
' aujusiauic, r.tuu, -up. t
. SOCIAL CHATTER -se: HOME TALK
BHi: dinner which President imcl ;
Mrs. Griffiths gave on Tues. j
evening was a successful t.. .
iiili'ii'nthiB nifair The Iit 3
from tho circular l.inal n e
unsurpassed mill tliu nrllx 'e
interiors arc In keeping with tho Bott
om! surroundings. I'lnk bogoulns ninl
maiden hair funis ornamented tho
initio. Tho guests Included Governor
mill .Mrs. Ktear, Mr. and Mm. I'rniicls
M. Suatizy ouU Mr. mid Mrs. 11. !'. Dll
lliighnm. An Inteicstltig nnd profitable after
nooii van spent with Mrs. Krnest Witt
oihouto on Friday, tho object or which
Mas' to tow Tor tho Kaknakn settlement
children, who tiro sadly In need of
Clothes. Strango as It may seor.i tho
noodles ilew faster Hum tho tongues
nnd many u tiny mlto .will feel the
dntnfort of tho warm and sensible lit
tlo garments riikhlonod at this sowing
hco. Mrs. Krnest Wntcrhouso Is ver
much Interested In tho welfare of tho
babies tit the suttlcnicnt. and has pro-'
inuod these teas In aid of them.
This afternoon tho Woman's Aux-.l
lllary or tho Outrigger anil Cnnoe
Club nro giving tin inaugural tea In
tho new grass liuiisu which has been
piosented by Allan Herbert, Ksrj. Tho
tea proper Is being served In tho now
I'Ontunt lanul, nnd the comfortable bath
houses and their well constructed ap
paratus can be admired, for they are
not only sanitary in etery senso or
tho word, but artistic. A long divun
on tho lanul looks Inviting,' nnd the
' llttlo tea tables with their blue and
whlto china, tire very dainty. A screen
it fleshly braided cocoanuts shuts out
tho Blaro and altogether n more Invlt
lngl llttlo placo it would bo hard to
llnil. Every effort Is being nmdu by
tho board lit dltcctors to Instiio tho
lC8pe,ctub!o conduct of tho Woman's
Auxiliary. . It Iuib been decided that
tho daughters or 11 tncmbor under 10
years can have tho pilvlleges of tho
club without dues, nnd llttlo boys are
allowed -within tho precincts udor fi
years. Chaperones will bo In attend
unco on the afternoons or school days,
holidays and Saturdays, excepting
8utdavs Members are permitted to
brljtjr a certain number or invited
Out of the
House to Die
Rat and Roach
Is sure death to rals, mice, roaches, etc.
2 oz. box 25c; 16 oz. box $1.00.
Sold everywhere or sent express
prepaid on receipt of price,
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.,Chlcigo,lll
guests. This Is certainly an ideal way
to spend tho afternoon, and picnic
lunches at the Woman's Aiixlllnr) aro
suro to become popular. In order to
become a member ouo should send the
name to tho secretary, to bo acted nit
on by tho board or directors. The offi
cers nro as follows: President, Mrs.
Knincls M. Swanzy; lce presidents,
Mrs. II. Mm Holt, Mrs. J. II. Sopor;
secretary, Mrs. Gcrrlt I'. Wilder;
Treasurer, Mrs. S. G. Wilder; trustees,
Mrs. Georgo Carter, Mrs. Klchard lv
crs, Mrs. Italph Korstcr, Mrs. Spald
ing, Mrs. I. Schaefer, Mrs. I.ntira
Wight, Mrs. Kben Imk.
Mrs. Coo, who with Iter husband
lulled Honolulu a few weeks ago, has
been mote widely cnteilntncd by San
Francisco's stunit sot than any wo
man for ycais. Teas, luncheon, din
ners and theater parties followed each
other in quick succession an 1 nothing
was complete without Mr. and Mrs
Coxu On the 111 rival of the steamer
in which they sailed front Honolulu
thcro was a dclfKhtful ten given at the
exclusive women's club, at which were
present Mrs. I'age, Mr. nnd Mrs. (loir
and Mr. and Mrs. Langhortic, 1 datives
or Dr. I.nnghorn'c. Tho Golfs went un
Kast and Mrs. I'agu mid .Miss I'agM
went to San ltnfael. ,
On the 19th Mrs. P. M. Hatch was
the hostess or an elaborate luncheon
at which covers were laid for twenty.
Yellow titllpa and violets decorated the
table. Tho guests Included ItnroncsB
Takahlra. wlfo of tho Japanese Ambus
sudor, .Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. Wood,
Mrs. Alexander, Mrs, Qitultrough, Mrs.
Knnpp, Mrs. Lansing, Mrs, Dryden,
Mrs, Strong, Mrs. Pullman, Mrs. Klcs-t-r,
Mrs. Dickenson, wlfo or tho no'
Secretary or War, MrB. Nenlo, Mrs,
Justice Drown, Mrs. Dryden, Mrs.
Storey, Mrs. Dnlzcll, Mrs. llatbour.
Miss Thompsuit, Mlva Caution (Speak
er Cannon's duiiKhter).
Judge, nnd Mrs. Hatch entertained
on .March 20 at dinner In honor or Mi
ami Mrs. Harold Sewall, or Bath, Mo
who arrived In Washington on tho
IGth. Tho table wns one mass of pink
loses and maidenhair, ami the souvenir
cards were roses. Thoso asked to
meet tho Snwnlls wero Mr. and Mrs.
Larz AndprBon, Captain and Mrs. Nib
lack, Col, nnd .Mrs. I.angfltt, Oenetal
utnl Mrs. Woodhall, Admltnt Capps,
Piftcen department stores wero np
cnoil at tho same time in Sail Francis
co by tho Whlto House company, and
all San Ktnnclsco hied themselves to
tho affair, which marked a brilliant
'cccno for San Francisco, Itaphaul
Weill, tthu owns tho block of stores
can well feel triumphant, for never In
tho old dn)H.of San Francisco's glory
was there quite so magnificent an In
augural, and society In motors and car
ilagos helped to mako tho event one
of tho gala days of the history of Cal
ifornia, nnd Bitch crowds of people'
Tens of thousands gathorcd.lo do horn
ago to. tho stand affair tin,! tho flag.,
wero unfurled by Mlssos I.ucy and
Alice Ilanchctt, to tho prolonged ap
plause or the pe ) ue All 1 what did
cue find In these won lerful shops? The
very latest c front Paris and Vienna.
Nothing like the clothes exhibited had
ever been seen even in San Francisco
I which has always made 11 point or Ini
j pot ting Ftcncli frocks and frills. And
tho hats! They say an Inverted basket
I with baskets of Honors mid n bunch or
ribbon Willi big ties or black velvet
aro considered tres chic. Madamu Ho
nolulu, who always goes to Sun Fran
cisco, will soon havo n chanco to see
this wonderful shop, and report'.
Mr. Pardee gave a dinner at the
Young hotel this wee' for Mrs. Mc
Gowan. Mrs. Newhall, Cnpt. nnd Mrs.
Falls, and Mr. nnd Mrs. MacCorniack
or Salt I.ako cllv. Tho tnbto was dec
orated wltli reil carnations. A quintet
club furnished music for the pleasant
Admiral Terry of Washington. I). C.
sustained quite an accident by fulling
from a car not long since. Ho In fast
icrovctltig fiom tho shock, murli to
the satlsraction or his friends, who nro
Mr. and Mrs. llralnerd Smith have
gone to San Francisco for 11 visit, and
It Is their intention to teturii In u fow
weeks and then go Kust for some time
Mr. and Mrs. lloynton of Chicago
entertained at tho Alexander Young
Hotel nt dinner In honur or Mr. and
Mr.B. C. W. Case Deerlng.
Tho regular quarterly meeting or the
lied Cross Society of Hawaii will In
held on Monday next, March 29, at I
l. m. In Judgo Dole's chambers, Judl-
I clary building. Short and interesting
jnddrestes will bo inailu by Dr. Wad
! haul's of Fort Slmfter tindliy Dr. C.
II. Wood of thlf'rlly.'niul many sub
jects of ImiKiitnnce will be discussed.
The public aro getietiilly luvllud nnd
will bo welcome.
Athol Mcltonn, well known here, Is
engaged tn Margaret Ncwh ill, 11 niece
of Mrs, Nowhall, who lias recently ar
rived hero. t
Major nnd Mrs. Dunning gavi one
of their delightful llttlo dinners at Fott
Shnfter last evening.
Judgo nnd Mrs. Henry H. Cooper ntu
making u little tour nbroad.
Additional Social on Page 14
Joshua Klein, the radlo-actlvo phi
losopher, Is on trial at Tacoma.
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever
p8. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
17 CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTiriER
Who Married Japanese
SOCIETY AFFAIR THAT IS FURNISHING SENSATION FOR PACIFIC
COAST JAPANESE OBJECT AS WELL AS FRIENDS
OF QIRL FATHER OPPOSED IT
ScatMov March. 20. Driven nwny by tho alvrrse rentiment of California
nnd Oregon, Archdeacon Emery of tho nptscopil Church, accompanied by
his wiro and daughter Gladys, Iinvo arrived hero from San Prtnclsco Willi
GQunJtru Aokl, tho Japanese whom tho daughter whiles to marry. A mob
gathered at tho rnllway station In Portland and prevented tho paily from
stopping there nnd they wero compelled to cotno to tl.ls city.
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MlonrHnilH CrcnniM th -A turniful t ftJ tt
tkia prtptfitloiii," l-i r Mte far ull drnuHi ttiO fftncf
Uuoda Ucneu in tb Cttlttd buiM, Carl iu4 uro)4,
tERD.T.KOPOKS, Pttp.. 3 litil Jcnei Slrt.t, KewToiL
Tho Chronlclo of iccent date gives
tho following account or tho AokMCtu
cry affair that Is stirring tho Pacific
Coast. Their engagement was an
nounced Maich 11:
Whlto tho strango Infatuation of
Miss Helen aindys-IJmcry ror Guuglro
Aokl, which was uiado known upon tho
announcement or tho engagement or
the young people, is being violently op
ll'oscil by.ltev. John A. Kmery, urch
deacon or tho Ilphcopnl dlocesu or Cat
I Ifornla, Aokl'H relatives nro ulsu
', trownlug itMin tho match and threat
en to tako stern measure to prevent
I .1 Aokl, proprietor of 11 macaroni
J factory at C19 Seventh street In Oak-
that his hi other would hu cent to Ja
pan or Europe to prevent his marrlsgo
to Miss Kmery, J. Aokl, by virtue of
ybclliK tho eldest brother, became tlin
land nnd n brother of the fianco of I
.archdeacon's daughter, snld yesten
head of the fttnlly until tho ilz-ath of
tits father, and claims that his yutmgor
brother lif.lioimil to obey him.
Tho elder brother yesterday after'
noon gnvo 11 very unflntterliiR plcturo
or Miss Ktnery's fianco. Ho said Hint
ever since his arrival in this country,
seven years ago, Guuglro Aoki hud
been 11 troublu maker, among women,
Japanese nnd white. Tho younger
brother's pretensions to great wealth
and noble lineage wcio scoffed nt by
Censures HI Brother.
"This tiling must bo stopped." salil
J. Aokl, "nnd 1 will do It. My brother
lias-broken up tho Kmery family, and
that Is very wrong. On account of my
brother tho archdeacon is not staying
at lila home, and this shows that my
brother Is not acting honorably.
"My brother Is 32 years old, and not
24, ns ho st!ites. Wo wero furmcrH
noar Slilnnui) In Japan, , My, father
's. i v
'vns n farmer nnd my grandfather waa
it fanner. My groat grandfather was)
n soldier nnd a Samurai. Until ho
emtio to this country, roven J-earn ngo,
Guuglro worked on n furni' with tho
rest of Iho rumlly. Ho hud no educa
tion nnil never went tan. ccliool until
ho enmo hero.
"After my father's death tho wliolo
family enmo to this country;. My
brother, tvlioi is in clinrgo of tho Juii
nnusu mlsslnii, rnmo first nnd'Kout fur
ns. When Gmiglru fit ttt canto here, ho
nnd I worked nn n fruit itiucli near
"Gitnglro went to San l'rnnclseo
later. IIo was employed n a dish
wnsher and servant In different rain
Hies and ho went to my brother's mis
sion scIuhiI nnd lo lined KnglMi, Kor
four moiyths Guuglro worked in tho
Tiiktti laundry on Kilheit etieet in
"nttnglro has been Infatuated vvltlt
tunny whlto and Japanese girls unit
has stpiaiidujcil till of his money 011
them. He has been In this country
noven, years and iboiild have tuivuil
100. Ho hits not a dollar that I know
Of and Is lazy nnd does not llku to
"I made my brother promise 1110 four
or II vu months ago Unit ho would not
fieu Ml:s Kmery agiln. I learn noiv
Unit ho has biokeii that priiiulno.
Mixed ninrrlages between whlto nn I
Japanese arc not 11 good thing. 1 ham
seen many of Ilium in Japan nnd I
know. Tho chlldruu of micIi mar
riages, aro disliked' by both tho whllc.4
and tho Jupancso." - . - m
A plcturo of the mnnvlhntlH'tf wed
the prelate's d'(ughtcr wa3-shown to
tho brother and tho remark niado ihat
Gunglrn wns 11 handsome man, '
"Hu may h.ivo'u Imnilsonio.fnr.t, but
I four his hi'iirtt Is bad," replll'ili tho
brothor. "It Is not tho - fuco that
couiilK but tho heart. My brothor U
pot acting lionurably in tblsjuattor."
It lias cotno lo light tluil' Iho trip
ujntiad of -tho mother mid daiighlei
was unexpectedly curtailed by the.iii.
When nwaro or the Infatuation of Ml.ii
I'mvry for Aokl, Aichdoacoii Kmery In
ststod niMjii a Kutopcan tilp or 11 yourV.
Mrs. Kmery and her daughter left in
Novoiltber. They proceeded us far us
Dresden In Gormaiiy when thoy de
cided to como homo. At riving In Now
Vork they tclogrnphod tnAokl, who
met them In Sacramento and Journeyed
With thorn to San Francisco.
Mrs. Kmery and her daughter io
tiiincil In .laiiuiiry. Their lioinefoinliiB
wiih n groat sutpilso nnd dlsapinilnt
liient to Archdeacon l.'iueiy, It bant
enoil the cslrnngoiuent which Is now
ndnilttcd to exist In tho family, ' 1
Tho ptelata romulni away, frmn his
bontitlful country homo. Daisy Grange,
lent- Cortn .Madora. Ho Is with Wends
tn Sun Mateo. At tho Diocusan hotoa
yesterday It. was said tint tin arrb.
lioaron would bo nwny fiom thuclly
for uvernl tlays.
Tho plaeo or tho Iitchdoacon in Ida
homo Is apparently being tnh;en-Vy
Aokl. Wednesilny uftoni(iiiiMrs Em
ory, her daughter and Aokl vxyr iniu
bars of a Uioater party lha( rttloniijxl
tho Oiplfftim. They roturiiod .to tho
CortO Madera homo toaetlier bj' a lato
uftcrnoon boat. ' ,
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