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EVENING imtXEftNTflONOLULW, T. H SATUHDAV, MAY IB. 1300.
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ent flexible, 7i for ft
card of 6.
Steel toil, natural
wood handles, 75
Invisible Hair Nets,
in black, medium and
dark brown, and
blonde, J 2 I HcS
1 SOCIAL CHATTER mz HOME TALK
PRINCESS OF WALES GOES
TO BOXING MATCHES.
f. IjiihIoii. April 21 Would Ami
,. rati ( Hliot-kt'il IT Mrs. Tiifi ulinvvM'i
i hair n dozen; span Ins matches? Km.
i llsli Korli'ty Ii.ih inn been shocked ti
,f . rause tlu I'llnccxs nY Wales, with .tin.
-,' Prince ami her two noun, l'rlnco I).ild
iiml Prince IMunrtl. spent an hour the
-I'Uir night wstihlng hall n diverr
hotly Contented IlOlltB between, tho
best tcrappers In the Second Life
(imirds ami I lie Irish Ouaid.
Tlio light orcurrcil In the riding
t-chool of the IJfo (lunrds at Windsor
C'lbtle. Tln Prince anil I'lluccss ii(
Wiiles ami the 1'iince ami Princess Ai
uxandor of Tick dined with the otnVms
;.t Hit' mess of the Si'conil Life Guards,
nml after the in.il p.nt) watched fit
lcglliicntnl snorts IneliiilliiK tin (-par
ling bouts. The young- Princes i.f
Wales Joliml tholr parents after illn
ner. TIki boxing wan Mho cream of the
night's entertainment. The Prince of
Wales sat beside the Princens anil the
little Princes watched the fighting with
.( unliving ejea ami applauded neiiuorl
The chief limits, ciitlously eno.tgh
were hot ween four brothers naineil
lllcke, prlMites In the Irit-lt tiuard
now Blaltiined nt Windsor Castle. The
four Hlckeys fought ferociously mid
punched one nnothor with zest, much
to the amusement of the rojnl spicta
tors. The two contesting palr were
twins, and the I'llucuor Wales laughed
when ho learned there weio two other
lighting Mickey brothers, not twins,
who will Join the Iiish Ouaul next
v eek. t . .
Tito kVen atli'iitlou with whlrh the
l'rlnco w niched tho boxing brought
back liieinorles of his own prowess
with tho gloves ju the days when bb ii
naval cadet ho was a noted lightweight
boxer. Tho l'rlnco sat forward In bU
scat wiitchliiif ' apprecbillvely ivory
blow and feint and upplaNulcil tin hard
fought i omuls enthusiastically.
Thi; I'lincees of Walei. took u keen
Interest In tho llRlit. the 1'ilne.i e.
plaliiint; to lier tho science of the
Aiiioni? tho aristocratic women with
the royal party who wltncaei; tho
innn n iet ,-??
Rats cause many, a firs by gnawing
matches. If you have rats or pilco In
house, barn or iloro.get t Id of them with
Sf earns' Electric
Rat and Roach Paste
tho only guaranteed exterminator. Also
sure death to cockroaches and other
vermin. Drives .rats and mice out pi
the house to die. Money back If it falls.
3oz.box3.Vit lOoi. lox $1.00. Sold ever
wh. re nrcrw ciprnt pre
paid on rceitipt oi price.
Slum' IkM full Co.,
Out -irlTT-tlQmnt 0nly begiP in the newrsPfPefs thdr strongest
JUI auVcrilOClllClIlO point is the way we fulfill our promises by
giving values in high-class merchandise that win appreciation and instill confidence.
The Five Specials that we feature this week are all money savers.
SPECIAL NO. 1.
CHILDKEN'S SKELETON WAISTS.
With adustable shoulder straps,
no surplus material. All sizes, 35o;
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
STRIKING NEW PATTERNS THIS SEASON'S IMPORTATIONS.
We invite your inspection of the many beautiful materials for cur
tains, draperies and unholstcry purposes.
NEW MOQUETTE DRAPERY, double faced, real Persian designs,
lOtf a yard, i
ROUBAIX DRAPERY, white Rround, beautiful floral designs, pret
ty coloring, -15? a yard. '
FRENCH ART TICKING, pretty designs, perfect coloring, 10 a
LINON DRAPERIES, new design, exquisite coloring, 135f a yard.
PAINTED BURLAPS, entirely new patterns, 35f a yard.
ARABIAN DRAPERY, double width, new designs, excellent combi
nation tf colon, !IO and 35 a yard.
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Beretania Street i Opposite Fire Station
HCinp were l.ail IMIth Tt otter, l.ad; '
IMward S.encer Churchill. I.ady Kinlly
Vim Dewallcr. liul Mary ArkwilRbl.
.ady Wllinot. I.ady l'aravlciul mid
I.ady i:eljn Itothcchllil..
Work For Conservation.
The thlid number of the Hawaiian
Kiuester and AKrlriilttliist Is on', coif
talnlni; mi account of the eoiiseii.'lloii
work of the women of Hawaii, up. I of
the joint ses'lon of Ilia Henatu nml
llouso of IteproscntathcB of the I.tv
Islntuio of Hawaii, to listen to ad
dresses on the subject of conrervatlou
by the Governor of the Tenltory, mem
hers of the Teriltorlal Coiibervntlon
Cominisblon. the redeial JuilRo mid
the Dltcctnr of the Hawaii i:pcrlment
Station. Tills meetlim Indicates the
KrowliiK senhc of tho Importanco of
the coUHcrvatlon work to these Mnuds.
Letters hae bein iccil.ed t the
, lco president for Haw-ill of Hit Wo
man's N'ailonal ftUers mid Harbor.''
Cnui?roHS fiom the Slerr.i clnu el Pnl-ilfornl-t.
of which Mr .Inhti Mn r lu
preflilent, nskliiK cooperation in their
'effort to preserve the Yosenilte Na
tional I'ark from iiilhleas hpoilatlon
I Mrs. McMillan Coming.
Anions the prominent and wealth
women traM'llers who is expected
thnrtl) to ariivo In Honolulu from the
Orlint, Is .Mrs. William .McMillan or
St. Louis, widow of the lato Senator
McMillan mid one of the richest wo
men of St. Louis, She Is a ureat trnv
filer mid when In tho States nlwoys
iisim her private car. Mrs. McMillan,
with her nm and daughter, Mr. mid
Mrs. ReorKO McMillan, iiaxo been
spendltiK the winter In India, Mr. .Mc
Millan linlnR ret.irneil to his famous
A ft lean ranch, where ho has hud tho
distinction of ciili-rtalnluK ex-Presl-dent
Koosovclt' mid party. At Colom
bo. Ceylon, tho paity hroko up, .Mrs.
McMillan mid her friend, Mrs, Clarko.
salllm: for Hongkong, whence thej
later left for Jaimn.'whoro tfiey hae
been spenilliiK n few weeks, Letters
receUod from Mrs.- McMillan slnto
that 8ho will shortly retunj homo nml
It is hrobabto that she will nrrlvo this
Mrs. Nixon Here.
Mrs. Nixon of Nevada, who has been
snuulliiB soveiul months In Southern
Culifoiul.1, was nnioni; this vyeek's ur.
rivals from the eoiiHt, mid.ls n giiesi.
nt thu Mo.ina Hotel. Mrs. Nixon Is
tho wife nf Senator Nfxiin, owner of
wlrnt Is repoifod to be tho ikliest Rolil
Initio In Nevada.
Tho Call hays Miss' Heleno Irwin
I'lilortulnei) nt a dinner party Ins.t
' ovcninK; jttliv Jionle of ny. nml.' Mrs.
tWIIllnm . a. Irwin' lif- Washlimton:
' street The complimented n nests werv
Mlra MnrKiiret Newhnll mid her flnnro.
Atholo Mrllcan, ntiil a score of fi lends
weie hidden to nieot the couple. The
nili1' deroMllons 'ven. pink loseK ur
inn I la mi elnimriiti; (4M, li-'im
w'ueh smaller rjsp boiuiui H Ailli'ol.
Anion ili, nn'rlK were: MUH Mar
''" ' v o'"1' Mis') M.ill.in Newlull
IMii.s I'luiiieih .Sewhall, Mlsn Oeno-
Ulovo KIiib JtlisH llulen Cheteliroiigh,
SPECIAL NO. 2, I SPECIAL NO. &
LADIES' BLACK SUEDE GLOVES.' LINEN GLASS TOWELING.
Shoulder Lcneth. Red and blue ohecked, 15c yard;
Resular price, $3.50: Monday.lMondav. Tuesday and Wednesday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, .SlKlS-l-U yard.
MIhm Jennie Crocker, Mlm .liilln l.mix
lioiur. .MIfs Mmy Jin'i-'vn. Alhole Ml--
Ilemi. 1'iescott tfiou, Luine Hiipklns,
Hiomoiiil Armsby. A'tlnir Chesi
hrinmh, Htt'tt.irt Niwmj. Prnnk Pies
ton. Waltir DlllliiRlinm. I'. Tenipleton
Mrs, Klleii Weaer nuiiouiices Hie
oiiKaRenient of her daughter. Mis
, Uoi'defeld. to Ml. Thomas Gould Otis,
of Los Atmeles mid ChlciiKo.
A tnllltnry hop nt the Monni hotel
on Thursda ovei'liiK rntcrtnlliril ev
erjbody Immeusel) for Ihe latialu and
AftOr alJ; etw, main things
f, about beer are the
flavor and the "after-effects" how it
tastes and how it agrees.
!j No beer ever Brewed is the equal
in either, of these respects of PRIMO
BEERti Brewed to, suit the climate,
its soft, delicious quality is always a .. '.
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Q&rJz tTm JfrL 'ffi-i-s
m tWfm dr sTk
' w rmr U
ar -fifim .
All Parts of
walls wero flllyil w;llh stimu;ers, and
It was, Interest!,) to watch mid, com
ment. Tho lniinci' as well as the
dluliiR-ioom miiU!l Wl'l' lirae with
il, uny colored visual 1'iir's. nml lumo
p.ilai leuves urnaniinti d Hie walls mid
dooii'. Tho fmiMMH "eveiilb lufuiitty
baud v.f.s u concert finder tho ban
treo iliirlm; dinner ami for souiii llmo
afterw arils, while iho Royal Hawaiian
Quintet club nl.tvod for tho dancers
Who thronged f5- bjllronm. The many
pretty wonien eeiv were iniieb cum
lueiited iiio.i .nul thcro were soveral
small illnni's precidlni; tho hop
Among the familiar faces on tho lamil
$5 to $10
New and Beautiful Styles
Dunn's Hat Shop
r'fif"" gp-r .tpYtfj -
jTo SuitJThe Oim&teC J
SPECIAL NO. 4.
PRINTED PERCALES. .
Yard wdlfi. n vnrlfftv nf ttaHerna
12'c (IllAlitv! Mnndnr. Tiirsilnw mid
Wednesday. 10f yarid.
Our beautiful assemblage of garments for the Spring Season em
braces the latest and most exquisite weaves in the very newest models.
PRINCESS GOWNS A new assortment made of the softest ma
terials in white find delicate shades, handsomely trimmed in lace or fine
embroidery and well made. Princessss Gowns from $0.75 upwards.
NEW WASH SKIRTS A sample line showing the very latest styles
and new cut in white, tan and blue. Only one of a kind.
PONGEE .SILK COATS for afternoon and evening wear, very latest.
wnlchlni; tho p.issliiK chow with luU'r
est weto Mr. and Jlrs. A. M. Ilrown
mid tlielr illnner guests, Mr. mid Mrs.
U'cds; Mr. nml "Mrs. James Wlldei,
i'rliiooss Knwmimmkoa, who rctunieij
In thu Mongolia after a six months
j trip; Mrs. Ernest Vnteihniif,e, Mrs.
, Totter, Miss .limes. Miss' LyiMii (lib
iions, Mr. (lurtav Scbaefer, Mr. Gll-
bons. Mr. Noel Deerr, Mr. and Mrs.
Oeorgo Davles. Mrs. Illrnev. Mlsn Illr.
ney, Lieut, l'nrdeo, Mrs.' Iluwes, Jr.,',
Mr. l)ald Anderson, Mr, William Ir
win and his frleniL Mr. Lansing M7.
ncr, of San' Krnnclscoj tho Misses
Qiiiulcs, Iho Misses Center, Mrs.
i m m .
Jt-iBfBiv "JO???- rJJFfirf'jr
SPECIAL, NO. 5.
. - SILK STRIPED OHALLIE.
t Polka ddt" and floral desltms. GOn
quality; Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
nesuay, ip yara.
Church, the roclal ninnager, who was
constantly fluttering about making
things ''go"r .Mrs. IlocUchcr. Mlsi
lloelt'cher. Mil's Carpenter, MrB. C'i
penter, nml many olheis.
Tho I'llnc-ps Kiiwiiii.innk(M nitlved
III Iho Moiivolla. looking very hand
fomo. She Is at her I'cmacohi tlu-ct
Cunhn's Glee Club, at the Sensldo
hotel on Thumlay cM-nlng proed u
great biicccbs and the dance music
went with the swing for which Mr.
Ciiuhn Is mi noted. Hundreds crowd
ed the lawn mid tho picturesque I It Lin
hotel with Its many colored lights
made a fine display.
A charming little dinner was given
nt the AlCM'iider Young hotel on
Tuesday evening by MrB. Madden, of
Kohnla, mid her guests Included, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Mist. Mrs. A. Mas
on, Miss Wight, Mr. Noel Deerr, Mr.
Alexander May. Mrs. Madden woro
a lovely IMinccss creation In tho 1)1
rectolro Btylo and Miss White looked
very chic In Taupe cropo do chine.
Cnndlcs Blinded In pink mid cai tui
tions adorned the table nt the dinner
given by Mr. Schwartz, who Is a guest
at tho Alexander Young hotel, on Wed
nesday evening, Mrs. llosiner and her
son, Mr. lialpli llosmur, were the com
Lieut. Liieckmcyer of Schofleld liar
rucks entertained nt dinner on Thurs
day evening" nt tho Alexander Young
hotel for n- number of friends from
the transport Sheridan.
On Krldny livening, May seventh,
Mr. Frank Thompson entertained Mr.
and Mrs. (leorgu Kulrchlld mid Dr. and
tors. 0. High nf dinner at tho Alexand
er Young hotel.
Mrs. Alexander G. Hawes, dr., ex
pects to sail In the K.mal on Tuesday
for it two week's visit with tho I-'raucIs
Gays of Kauai,
On Tliuibday evening nt tho Moana
hotel Lieut. Ilendol giiyo a Jolly stag
dinner for Ihlity, The decorations
wero In pink,
Among Iho ninny dinners at tho Mo
nun hotel was that of Lieut. Gillespie
at wlilih tight wero hospitably enter
There wr-s n -gnj soiling party nt
the Minimi on 1'ilday, mid mi clabor-
ate tea was set veil under thu hint trco
nliout five at which many young peo
ple with tho appetites or hunger gavo
Mis. Poller of, Los Angeles guvo u
pielty tllnnnr nt tho Alexnmlcr Young
hotel on Tiiobdny at which wero pres
ent Mr. nml Mia II. I.oods. Mlas Nina
Jones. Mr. Ilruci- C.irtwilghl Jr. Anior
b'tti lleiuty rues iriorncil the tub!e.
MIsb L.Mlli GlhlioiiB mid her father,
Mr. millions, who nro Kuostn nt thy
Moani hotel gavo a boautlfiil dinner
In honor of Italian Consul nml .Mrs.
The prettiest crea
tions in Ribbons you
have ever seen.
Persfnn and Cash
mere effects, Dresden,
beautiful plaids, Ro
man Stripes, Ombre ef
fects, in the most
Coats the well
known Richardot, dou
ble breasted, made
from the best grade of
ISchaefer mid Ihelr fnnilty on Wednes
day night A basket of Munon Coe
chut iiIwh was tho ccnterpleci', thu
liundle of which wiib eoiup'med of tiny
electric light bulbs concealed' umliJSt
tho iom-ii. A bouquet of loses was at
each plate, mid inso p.ilnteil placo
Cards MMled each guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence OMjii. who
nro nccitpjlng tho Vostoielt bunga
low In College 1 Ill's, intertnilied in
foriunlly nt dinner Wnlii-Miln. evening
In honor of tho blrthda.' minlversarj of
their sister, Mis Agios Wlckstnt)n,
who is tlielr houre gui-it for,tho com
ing ear. Tlioro illnln.i wero Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Warren an 1 '.VIP Warren.
Mr. nml Mrs. 1 w. ltay of Ahmeila,
ami Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Meycr'of Oak
lain!, niiiile up a Jolly inrty of visitors
that iitilM'd by the Mongolia. Mrs.
Itay Is n sister of .Mrs. 1'ns.co of the
Trinity Mission. Mr. Mo) or was Iho
architect of the Young hotel' building.
Mrs. Krlc Kiitidhcu, and a party of
friends me sailing for Knuai in tho
Klnuit on Tuesday Iho ' 1Mb. They
will go dliectly to the Kuiidsen moiiif
tnlll houuo for n week's visit. .Mm.
d'Onviigo sailed In the Hall on Thurs
day In order to bcc tho Itoblnsoiis be
fore lliey depart for n It.lt to tho
Miiblc was n feiituio of tho dinner on
Krlday evening nt tho Alexnmlor
Young hotel, mid many look advantage
of this to entertain. Captain Ilabcock
of tho transport Sheildnn, gavo n
charming dinner, mid niiiong his guosti
wcio Captain nml Mrs! Kails, nml many
from tho transput!. Hed rnrmttloiis
and caudles plmdeil lu led in.ul'j a
Dr. 1. Hitter, tho Swhs Minister In
tho United States, enteitalned n ills
tingiilshed tiuniber of passeugers from
tho Nippon Mm it last evening at the
Aloxnniler Young liutcl.
Mrs. Augur wivo n largo mid enjoy
able lea on Thuriday In honor of Mih.
Dettls and .Mrs. S. Ileitis, who uro
soon going for n year's tilp nhioail.
J0sr OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.60 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
q A new down town hotel. Steel 2nd
brick structure. Furnished at a cost of
$150,000. Eieri comtort and conveni
ence. On car lines transferring to all
parls of cllj. Omnibus meets all trains
How recognized nj Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWF.TS."
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