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EVENING DtJLLrJTIN,.HONOMJLU T.H., SATUIIDAY, APRIL- 10, 1000'
And Pive Big Money-Saving Specials for Monday
10 to 18 In. wide. Regular price,
GOc yd.; MONDAY, 37y2 yd.
bear in mind that you can trade with
us by mail. A Postal will bring you
Turkish Bath Towels
Sizes 8 to 0V8; 356 qualify: MON
DAY 20 pair.
Navy brown, prey, and cardinal:
75c quality, MONDAY 55 vd.
White Twill Cotton Toweling,
MONDAY Gtf yd.
Extra quality, large site, reg. $2.75
doz., MONDAY $1.00 doz.
TAPESTRY. Roman Stripes, in a
variety of designs, 00 in. undo, 50
and G5(k per yd.
COUCH TAPESTRY, double width,
cmbcs3d in solid colors and in Ta
pcs'rv combination, !)0 cal
FURNITURE TAPESTRY in silk
mixed, very nrctty designs and col
oring, 2.25 per yd. and upw.
FIGURED TAPIS, green and blue,
with black dots, jd. wide, 45 yd.
NEW BURLArS, in a!l colon,
yard wide, 20 yd.
BACH ONE THE HEIGHT OF STYLE AND GRACE; each one with
a distinct attractiveness; each nt a price that pleases. Great
interest is being shown in our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Throngs of women are studying the new Spring styles, trying them on,
and making their selections. Women 'like our styles.
Wo have just owned many cases of UNTRIMMED HATS in the new
est shapes, in white, black, and colors. Made of Milan, Tuscan Straws,
Horsehair, Chip, and Leghorn. Also a new assortment of the.
CLEVER SPRING GOWNS aro arriving by every steamer direct
from New York. These advance models are only one of a kind.
We will show on Monday for the first time LADES' WHITE
TWO-PIECE SUITS made of French Rep, Linen, and Pique, and hand
somely trimmed in the very latest styles and cut, at prices ranging from
$13.50 a suit upwards.
PRINCESS GOWNS in new models, made of the softest materials and
trimmed in lace and fine embroideries; colors: white, champagne, deli
cate pink, and light blue. Prices, 6.50 upwards,
PONGEE SILK COATS for afternoon and evening wear, in the latest
style, from 5J51-1.50 upwards.
SACHS DRV GOODS CO., Ltd
Corner Iort and Beretonia Streets opp. Fire Station
Wc have never before shown a
more beautiful or varied collection.'
NEW BORDER BATISTE in ncw
patterns and pretty colorings, .striped
and figured, at 35 and 1G2-30
DIEECTOISE FOULARDS with'
mrrccrizsd finish in brown, navy,
pongee, lavender, and white, at 250
DRESS LINENS in solid colors,
light blue, pink, cadet, Nile ijrcen,
and champagne, 350 and -100 yd,
NEW CROSSBAR DLMITIES of ex
tra fine quality, in the new 1009 pat
terns and perfect. colorings, 250 yd."
SOCIAL CHATTER -z HOME TALK ' .
THE EASTER MESSAGE
Lift lip vour head", ye lnWoms,
I link In the Ix-lls, mill hear
TIiu licautifiil Kinder inr'sjiigi',
Kceelioing fur mill near.
Speed it news tlic oeenit,
Yi wimN of tho Tropic con,
Wherever :i heart squill listen,
Wherever n soul tliull he.
Join in the happy iiiithem,
Ye liinls that ure on the wing,
Ami into some homo of mutow,
TIiu liniMc. nmv comfort bniur.
lieml as ye wave, ye palm trees
That shelter the ere-eent shore,
Anil hear in your turn the messigc,
JtcfOitmliiig the whole world o'er.
r . . .... wwsm
J'.vcrytliing live and living
iicijiniidh to the .Season's toueli!
And hearts that aro hard shall boftcn,
And (cmU'i'iiess coniu to such.
Thrill to tho KiMcr messap),
'I'ln-ow open your own heart's door,
And fed that (ho risen Sjivi)ir
A'nw liveth foievermorel
FHA.WKS K. OIU.KT.
Jlonoliilit, April 7th, l'.tO'.i.
Miss Bland's Marriage
Tho many Honolulu friends of Miss
Flormro Iilnml of Pasadena, Cal., who
spent four months nt tho Pleasnnton
last summer, will bo Interested to hoar
of her marriage to Mr. Thomns Dray
ton Parker, Lieutenant Conuiianlor of
the U. B. S. Iliiffnlo of tho Pacific
squadron, which took place on tho af
ternoon of Tuesday, April 0, at the
summer, homo of tho bride's mint. Mrs.
Hiiro Kiel at Iielvodoio, nenr Snn
Truuclsco. Tho hi Ida wore a heiiiitlfiil
bridal rnbo of bnby Irish laco mailo In
princess fnblilon. A bridal breakfast
followed tho ceremony at which only
relatives were picecnt. It Is expected
flint Lieutenant Commander Parker'a
thlp will be sent to Jlnnlla fur two or
three months In which case Mrs. Pni
l'or will ptobnbl) spend tho summer In
Southern California, whom sho mid her
hunhand first met. Mrs. Parker Is n
girl of much chaim of personality and
mado many friends hern during tho few
months of her stay. Sho is n niiislcinn
of much ability and prior to her trip
to Honolulu and tho Oilcut occupied
for tome tiino tho position of contralto
tololst nt ono of tho prominent Pnsa
dorm churches, Mrs. Aland ami her
daughters lime been Bppiullng tho whi
ter and sprlni; In Snn Francisco, whore
they linvo charming apartments on
A danco Is to be given by tho Puu
pueo Tennis Club on Friday evening.
April 10th, at tho Moana Hotel.
There will be nn Interesting collec
tion ns well os chaperones, and It will
bo strictly Invitational and a most
excluslvo affair. Klectrle cars will
wait for tho gny dancors, thus elim
inating nil fears of Hint "last car."
Tho president of tho club Is Miss
Allco Cooper, Vlco President Mrs.
James Love. Tho tickets nro bent
with tho Invltatlon and can bo paid
for nt tho door. Ono dollar for tho
men's ticket nnd fifty cents for tho
women's. Ono dollar nnd. n hnlf for
ono cotiplo. This ball Is being eag
erly looked forward to, as tho club
bus tho best wishes of a largo con
tingency of friends,
Tho mnrrlago of Miss Dora Dnnnld
son and Mr. Hugh Mluchlii will ho col
ciliated nt St. Andrew's Cathedral nn
faster Monday craning, tho Hlght Itov,
Hlidiop Henry Ilestarlck offlclatlng.
Miss Donaldson, who arrived In the
Aornngl laht week, Is tho youngest
daughter of Mr. Leslie Stuart Dolinld
son, District Magistrate of Sydney, and
granddaughter of Sir Stuart AlexnndtT
Donaldson, tho first Piemler of Now
South Wales. The Vlcar-Hcnernl nf
Sjdney Is an undo, .Mr, Hugh Min-
chin, who Is !:i tho underwriters' de
partment, co.ucs of a good old family
and Is highly thought of In Honolulu,
where he bus reside J fur some time.
Everybody la glad that Mrs. Sidney
Ilallou Is again at tho family man
sion on Judd street, nfter her hospi
tal experience, from which sho Is
making n good recovery. She has
with her Miss Clara Carpenter, a
pretty young society girl of Lon
Angeles, who wilt visit tho llallous
for several months. Last Wednesday
there were many callers and tho tea
table with Its American beauty roses,
dellcnte china, and glittering silver
mid dainty fopd ninile a most Inviting
appearance, nnd Mrs. Ilallou win
able to sit nt tho table, while Msi
Carpenter poured ten.
A beautiful dinner was glvmi on
Tuesday by Captain and Mrs. Moses
I'l honor of Miss Hnrdaway, whoso
marriage to Llout. Wilghtson oc
curs Juno 2d at the Cnthcdlal. noses
decorated the tnblo and tho plnre
enrds were henrts tied with dainty
ribbons. Tho guests Included Cap
tain nnd Mrs. Mnrlx, Lieut, and Mrs.
Ward, Mrs. Wrlghtson, Dr. nnd Mrs.
J. S. McOrew. The wedding on
Juno I'd will bo military.
Tho Elleford Company nt tho Or
plicum will certainly have n success
ful season. Mr. Joel Cohen Is n clov
er manager and always bring out nt
tractions tlyit people will go to see.
Tho booking Is nlready treniciulous,
which augurs well for the outcome
of the theatrical senson,
Yesterday uoarly nil tho shops wcro
(dosed, It being Holy Friday, nnil (he
streets presented n deserted appear
unco. Today they will blossom out In
nil tho glory of spring, and (lowers em
blcmntlc of tho season will ho seen n
all tho glory of tholr dallcato bloom.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Langlmrno entertained
tho flrit of tho weok In honor of Dr.
nnd Mrs. James Judd, Mr. nnd Mrs. It.
Loeds and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dil
lingham. Mr. and Mrs. 'Hudolf Leoils enter
tained nt dinner at tho Moiina hntol
on Thursday1 evening for Mr. Uruco
Cartwrlght, 'Sr and ton.
Judgo nnd Mrs. Sanford II. Dolo
will mako an extensive vlclt to the
Knstern nnd Mlddlo States, probably
being gono bIx mouths.
Dr. nnd Mrs. F. II. Humphrls hnvo
readied Kngland, and will soon bo ea
tabllshcd nt S West Cliappell street,
Judgo nnd Mrs. Hatch nnd family
expect to return to Honolulu In June.
Mr. nnd Mis. Allan Herbert oxpect
to vlst Japan in tho near future
Mrs. Swnnzy .and Rosamond have
a party of )oung girls spending Hau
ler nt Kpalnn, Among them nro
Misses l'nullno Seliaefer, Elizabeth
and Phoebe. "Cai tcr, Helen Wilder,
Mrs. Augustus Knudscn Is making
n trip to the Coast In u week's time,
much to the regret of nil her friends,
who would prefer that sho remain
hero wheiGifho is so much liked und
Uvorybody seemed to forgot that1
tho Humane Society met on Wednes
day moinlng In tho lounglug-room
of the Alcxnndcr Young Hotel at
Col. A. O. Hawes will arrive at
Sans Souct In May for a visit of six
weeks with his wife, whoso .health
docs not permit her to live In San
Captain and Mrs. Moses gnvo ono
of their delightful dinners on Wed
nesday evening nt the Navy Yard,
their guests including Governor Clcc
Miss Leonora Irwin and Miss Mills
nro Galling In tho noxt Korea. They
have been here for u long time, and
mado many warm, personal friends.
A fine picture of Mr. P. O. Wal
lace, the young rubbermnn from Cey
lon, has been received this week in
full highland costume.
Judge and Mrs. Stanloy, Lady Hcr
ron, and Miss Stanoy aro spending
the weoh nt their mountain house
Cards aro nut for tho flrst-vlow re
ception nt tho Klolmim Art Lcaguo
on Monday evening, ApiII 12th, nt
On Tuesday Mrs. Olcsor) Is having
nn At-IIom'o In lienor of Miss Agnes
Wlchstrum, her ssjcr, nt The Ploas-
an'on. ' ' r
Hverybody Is looking forward to
tho opening df the .Lllllputlnns to
night In "The Charity Hall."'
Major Wadhnms of Fort Shatter
did net go to Hawaii tills week, an
was at Hist his Intention.
Mr. Carl Woltors, who arrived from
Hawaii last Friday, departed yester
day for tho plantation.
Miss Florence Jaeger lins cards out
for n dance on the 23d nt her resi
dence on King street.
Mrs. Norrys of Victoria was an nr
ilval durliTg tho past weok, Sho will
visit Miss llulleii.
Mr. Howard Hitchcock and n party
of young men are camping out for
It Is said that Mrs. Hlla Wheeler
Wilcox will -revisit Honolulu ne:(t
Miss Nora Sw.inzy nnd a number of
school girls return also In June,
v How many of those who
eat bread now ta contains a
certain proportion of
alcohol? The alcohol is generated by
the process of fermentation by the
Cranks there have been wlTbwoulci
eat only unleavened bread because- oft
The same process applies to beer.
There is just the natural fermentation
that develops the saccharine element in
the grain and makes it more palatable
and digestible. The barley malt is a
food of the highest order, the hops a
tonic; and there is just the right amount,
of alcohol to mildly stimulate the system
and aid digestion.
If you will drink beer you will be
the healthier for it.
In Honolulu its important-tliatvyou
The Beer that's Brewed
To Suit the Climate
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