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trimmed with double-thread Valen
ciennes Lace and ribbon beading.
Others trimmed with fine embroid
ery and insertions.
Princess Slips from $-.25 upwards.
SILK SOUTACHE BRAID
So much in demand. A full line of
leading colors. -5ck a piece.
Perfumed Dress Shield
A delicate and permanent per
fume; overcomes all odors of per
spiration. Price -100.
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Holds the Shirt Waist, Skirt and
Belt together. Anv waist line can
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Tor all the latest stles of Coiffure.
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STYLISH TUB COSTUMES at prices that will please you.
STYLISH COAT SUITS, made o! fine imported Rep, skirt and 3-4
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STYLISH COAT SUITS, made oof fine white Rep, trimmed with
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STYLISH MADRAS SUITS. Skirt and 3-4 Coat, made of white
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STYLISH TAN SUITS, 3-4 Coat, tailored Skirt, made of fine Ren.
11.00 a Suit. :
SAMPLE SUITS, just one of a kind in white, .tan, blue,, preen,
STYLISH TUB COATS, made of fine Rep, in tan and linen color,
very latest, 10.00. ,
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.,
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Is the stylish woman's choice.
Shaped to the figure and boned to
support the bust. Price 50 and
1.00, all sizes.
SPECIAL SALE OF
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Made of Ginghams and fine Cham
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1.25 Dresses 0.05
1.50 Dresses 0.00
1.75 Dresses 1.00
2.60 Dresses 1.50
2.75 Dresses 1.75
SOCIAL CHATTER ssi HOME TALK o8
ST AMHIKW 8 ('ATIIKI)ltAI.
was Hip scene of a largo ami
fashionable gathfilng nil
Wcdtieda), evening, when
Miss .liuinltn Letltla llurda
w i niece of I)r McGrew.
was united In marriage In Mr. Phil
ip Grnluii' Wrlghton. necnrdlng l
tile ben lit I fill rltuul of thu L'pisco
pa) Church I
Tho lirldnl pirl) entered the
church piotnptl) nt S "0, the full
fiirpll-iil choir reiuloiliig the nppio
prlutc hjiiiii Tnilhfiil anil True" iih
thu wedding pint) lnuvoil slowl) up
the middle nlblc tuwurils the en
trance tti the rluincel, where Hlshop
Kestnrli'k. In his robes of otllcc,
First rami) the uxliers, Capt.
Shlpp. Capt lliten, I. lent Pardee
mill I. lent Mct'leim In full dress
uniform, walking two by two. On
teaching tho chain cl stops, they di
vided, allowing the maid of honor.
Miss Prances Olllet. to pans through
Then tho lirldo, lennlng on the arm
of Dr. Chus. II Cooper, npproirhcd
the chancel, where the gloom, sup
ported by hi bent niiin, l.lcut. dill- j
ton. nwnlted lier Their IIIhIiiui I
ItUHtut Iclc lead the betiothal seivlto.
mid I)r Cooper gave Miss llardawuv
Into thu grnoiu'B keeping The mar- i
ilagc sonlm piopei was celebrated.
tit the altar Then Mr and Mrs
Wrlghtson smilingly f.iied the largo
tungicgatlon, and to the strains of
the beautiful bridal churns from
I.ohoiigrln, tame down the aisle, fol
lowed by Miss (llllet and Mr. Chil
ton, and wcie hurried away In an
iiiitnmnhllo to Dr. MeOrow's resi
de lire. Tlieie n unnll Informal re
tcptlon was held for the rein then.
The hrldo looked very sweet anil
attractive in a lovely Dliertolie
gown of white B.itln, with hndlcc ex
quisitely embroidered by hand; the
joke and sleeves being of ilalnt)
Irish lace. Her tulle veil was fas
tened with a w i e.illi of orange blos
inius A luvcl) fcbtoon of tho same,
Interwoven with loops and bows of
tulle, decorated the hodlte and skirt
of her gown, and hung In graceful
fohla to her feet Her boquet was
an exquisite bunch of lavender and
vvhlto orchids tied with bows of
wldo gauze ribbon, dainty sprays of
iinpnragus fern entwined among the
MUh Ciillct woie ii luvcl) gown of
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
R. T. rELIX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
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white liberty satin with overdress of
IMc t silk, and carried n shower
boquet of pink roses. Her shtnt
tulle veil was fastened with soft
bandi of white rntln unil a feathery
The church was nrtlscltally deco
rated with Marguerites and pink
begonias, with a background of
palms, and over the doorwajs of tho
vestibule huge American Hags vvero
The largo drawing room of Dr.
Mcdrcw's realdenco was decorated
with American flags and a profusion
or white carnations and mnldon-halr
The bridal party stood In front of
the b.i) window and beneath a huge
Hag artistically draped over tho
urthwii), forming a prclty back
rround for the bride in her whltn
ioIkm, nnd the giuuiii lu bis full
Mr" Mctircw was dimming In it
Ik coming tnlli t of pale mauve, with
seal lace trimmings and diamond 01
Mrs WrlghtKon, mother of the
groom, lookicl lovolv In n soft gray
fa tin gown with sliver trimmings.
Miss i:ilzubptli Haulaway, sister
of the bride, who was in the receiv
ing line, looked particularly well In
n palo green silk gown with vvhlto
lnco overdress nnd trimmings of palo
After the congratulations were
ever; those present sat down to u.
dalntll) borved supper.
Tho bridal table, nt which were
seated only the bridal party, was
tinbowerod with brldes's roses, nnd
frinn tho fragrant stcphnnotis vino
from the chandelier hung largo
bows of whitctulto and trailing ns
paragus fern. Tho plain cards wcro
dalntllj outlined in palo gold, and
tied to each vviib a tiny spray of or
Ikilli of tho large Iannis wcro a
mass of blossoms and palms, ono be
ing decorated wlUi oleanders nnd
maiden -linlrferns, and tho eastern
lanni, in vvhjch tho supper tables
wore f.et, was a bower of carvopsls
and jellow tulle.
After throwing her boquet In the
bridal parly, Mrs Wrlghtson disap
peared for a short time, and on her
return was showered with confetti
and rlco as she and Mr. Wrlghtson
drove away to spend a brief honoy-
iiiuon at (Jen Davis' Tantalus home
The reception at tho liouso woa
very Informal, and was limited to
tho Immediate iclntlves of tho bride
unil groom and Mr Wrlghtbon's fol
low officers and their wives from
Mis Mllo Milton Potior, vvlfu of M
M Poller, maniigor or the Potior holol
of Santa Ilarbara, and the Hotel Van
Niib of Ixii Angeles, with her dauglt
ter Miss Nina .tones, left on Tuesday
after a delightful sojourn of two
mouths at thu Minna hotel Mis. Pot
tor and her daughter aio both charm
lag and tho largo number of people
wlio wero on tho wharf to i,co thmn
off testified to tholr popularity In Ho
noltilu. Thoy nro planning to return
HONOLULU'S ARMY BRIDE
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The Marriage of Mitt Hardaway to
Lieut, Wrlghtson was the social
Event of the week.
Noted Visitors Leaving.
Among tho notablo visitors who will
leave, on tho Manchuria Monday will be
John Ilurroughs, tho writer, and his
party, Including Dr. Clara Darus and
Mrs. Ashley, who camo In on tho Mon
golia tevoral weeks ago and Invo
slnco been enjo.v ing tho dellghu of the
Islands. Thu visitors have suulo the
Pleasanton their headquarters and
havo been much entertained since their
return from the volcano. Coventor
nnd Mrs. I'reiir extended to them tho
hospitality of ono of tholr Sunday
morning breakfasts and jestcrdny ac
companied them on u long tramp
through tho hills, After n visit to the
Hlshop museum they wcio guests' Til
day at luncheon of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ul
rich Thompson of Kamehanicha. while
In tho evening Mr and Mra, Jack War
ren gave an Informal dialing dish sup
per for Iheni. Mr. and Mis. D. Howard
lllehcork gavo a, charming dinner for
them Mm Cutle Coleman entertained
hem nt hi r home on Pacific Heights,
Mrs. lieu 'ricks an i Mrs. Weaver on
lei tallied Iheni during tho vvcclc. Mon-
liy Mrs. Weaver will entertain them
with a f.newell luncheon nt which
uatlvo dlshcH will bu a feature. Kucli
member nt thn party has inado many
fi lends cluilng the brief Bluy hero who
greatly itgiut that thoy nro leaving
so soon, mid they will nhwijH find n
vvium welcome here. AiTor Hiiendlng
n fow day in San Francisco tho party
will Icavo for the east, thu ladles gin
Ing to their home In Mlddlotown, Now
York and Mr. Iluiroughs to his estate.
"Illvcrby," on tho Hudson rlvor, at
West Paik, Now Ymlc.
.Mr II. P. Wlehiiian returned last
week from San Kranclsfi, brlu'ng his
dnughters, IJInUo and Stop'inulo, h -ek
front boarding irlionl to Hwlr slnl
homo. The tuny be teeii rdm-ist any
pleasant afternoon enjovli ? mi au
mobllo ildu with their filler,
Mr. C. P. millions of San Krauelieo,
and daughter. Miss l.vdhi, dopailed for
the Coast In tho China on Tuesday.
Miss Olbbons, who Is tho Dance of
Mr Gustavo Bchacfcr, was decorated
with many beautiful lets, and a largo
number of friends wuro on tho wharf
to sco her off. Her marrlago to Mr.
Schaefer will he celebrated In tho
Mr. and Mrs. Krugan returned to
their home in Oakland last week, after
a delight fill visit hero of savorul
weeks. They vveio very enthusiastic
about Honolulu, and Its surioundings,
and depaiteil ninth Impressed with the
beautiful hceneiy and delightful ell
mato of tho Islands.
Mr. A. J. Campbell departed last
Tuesday on tho China on a liuslnets
trip to Dirope,
Mrs. Mllo Potter, Miss Nina Jones
und Capt. Chapman had a delightful
automobile tilp around thu Island last
Sunday as tho quests of Mr. Ilrueo
uartw right, und his bon, llruco Cart
Mrs A. J. (Jlcsy and son, Mr. Paul C.
iCJIlby, of Poitland, Oregon, who eune
I down on tho Korea, nio domiciled at
'tho Moiiu.t und lire planning to remain
In tho thiamin for two or tlueo months
Mrs. S K. Ilninou nnd children are
spending tlirmj months at tho Damon
cottage nt Walklkl.
Mr and Mis. Harry Macfarlano
spent the week's end nt the Macfarlanu
Mr. John Watt, manager of Olan
plantation, und his family, Invo beou
hpciil'iig a l.nv days at tho Alexander
l You ig luiiel The returned to Hllo
I em t'i .Miiiini Kf ii on T't sday.
The inn j friiMii'i tf Mi an I Mrs
."Honnlo" I.'-msmi ii 111 leg'ot Ii
'he t thry i ro ptnlus " I I "i Ii nil I
npcet In roildo puimaneully on tho
A most enjovoblo enrcl party wnii
given Krlilaj evening by Mr. nnd
Mrs. Poster at their Pnlolo home.
Scvc ul card parlies wero kept busy'
until a late hour, when refresh-,
nicnls vveio served, after which
games nnd sllght-nf-hnnil tricks till-1
eel nut the good time. Among thoso j
present vveie Mr nnd Mis Patten,
Mr. nnd Mrs Hideout, Mr. nnd Mis.
Scho'liiug, Mr and Mrs. Huberts,
Mr. and Mis. Ormlston, Mr and
Mis, Merrill, Mr. nnd Mrs. Poster,
Mrs. Clvboutne, Mis. Palmer, Miss j
A very pleasant, hiirprlse party
was tendeicd Mr. und Mrs. W. A.
Wclbourn of Artesian street on 111"
20th of May, It being tho anniver
sary if their wedding. Tio evening
was ipent In pl.ijlng progressive c
dro, tho Mist prize being won by
Mrs. Ne.il, nnd llrst gentleman's
prlzo by Capt Cojr.e, the consola
tion prizes by Mis. Knueo and Mr.
Pratt Among the guests present
vveio the following- Mr. and Mrs.
A. Pritt, Mr and Mrs. Covnc, Mis.
Stevens, Mis Kallulle, Mr and Mis,
Ncal, Mr. mid Mrs. Prazee, the Miss
es An. to Phillips, IMIth nnd (Hndvs
Pratt and Messrs, C, Stum and W.
Commander Win. 11. Dunning. II. S,
N an I wlfo arilved Inst week on the
Korea for a brief visit witli his broth
er, Major Dunning, of l-oit Sliafler.
Mrs. Dunning was bum In tho islands
ami wont to school nt Mills' College
with a number of Honolulu girls, so
she has man) friends here. Unfor
tunately their stn) hero Is to bo very
brief, as they leave Monday on tho
An excellent practice gamu was
pla.ved lust Saturday afternoon on the
lovely Polo Held nt Meunaluu. The
day had been quite warm and the
dilvu out from town lliiough beautiful
Moutiajtia was l est fill und refreshing.
As wo neaied tho Held wo found our
selves In a dllTeiint atmosphere, with
tho nio.et Invigorating hieozes blow
ing all about us, nnd It was indeed eti-
Jojment to sit there In thu sh ido, and
watch thewo well trained iouIch speed
ing over tho turf with llghtnlng-llko
lapldlly. Dr Ilaldwln was mounted
on his beautiful chestnut "Prince,"
and was In splendid form, whllo Mr
Lewis on "Surefoot" and Dr. Irwin on
his thoioughlucd pony, all phocd iu
tiinikulily well. Altogether, tho gime
gave promibo of somo bplondld achieve
ments later on when u match Is pro
posed with thn team rrom Udlehua
Amnhg tho eight men mounted wo
noticed Mi. John Pluming, Mr. Waltci
Dillingham and Mr. George Denlsun
besides tliotu mentioned above.
Last Sunday afternoon tho T II
Davit's' memorial hall, a p.ulsh house
for St Audrew'H Cathedral, was dedi
eated with uppioprlato ceremonies In
tho presence of a largo gathering of
dm c!i pvo;le. It was a dignified and
1 1 plr.'ni, ovent, and mado much Im
pulsion iiiKin tliibo piesent. Pieced
td by thu curpllced choir, Hlshop Ilea
tnrlck approached each room, and
f ttindliifs In tho doorwiiy, lecltml n
rhcrl prayer id iliillcatlnn When the
memoilal t.ibui. In honor or Mr
Davlej Was ii.ivelli.il b) his son, Mr
Geoigo Davlej alter mi Inleii-stlng
uitdiess In which lie ioh huw the Idei
uilgluatid and souiething of thu work
icqtilic.il to cirry It out. Hlshop lies-tiule-t
gave a inimt sdiular ) mldiess
In which ho o.teied sever'il Hiiggestlons
fin oilier memo. I. ils fin tho pulsh. At
the tlio of the fervlee. the eougirg.i
Hon was luviled to Inspect thu build
A delightful dinner was given b)
Mr .and Mrs. Ilmold Dillingham on
Minday euulii),. In honor of Mra. i'oi
ter unit Miss .lcmi.. Mra. Dllllngliam
Is one of the most attractive of the
jountf maiionn and entertains In i.
very iliiiiinlni; manner. Her jirett)
and urilsllc buigilow makes a lieautl
fill Fcttlng roi lier llltlo dliinui inn
tits. Hei i;ii"slsou Monday were Mrs.
Potter mi j Miss Jones, Mr mid Mrs
Sam Wilder, Miss Mai Ion Scott, Mr.
W. (1. Irwin Mr. Unite C.utw-lght Jr.
and Mi. Walter Dillingh mi.
Gen. mid Mus Juhtin McClelland
w'lth theli llltlo son, John, mo rotiiin-
Ing to Honolulu In July, to icsldo here
liermaiientl). Mrs. McClelluml, who
was Miss Kmlly Halstead, has main
warm friends hero who will rejoice to
hear the good news about her. Gen.
McClelluud'H two daughters will Join
tho family here In September, after
Ihey return frum u Kuropcan trip.
Knini tho "Garden Islands": Man
ager and Mrs. Stodard last Sunday
gavo n heath pirly at the Mcllide
beach house In honor of MUs T It
Cntton and Miss llltelieock or Ileum
lulu, who nro the Ir guests. Miss lllltli
coek Is a sister of Mrs. Stodard. A de
lightful attoinoon vvus spent, dancing,
swlmmng and other nimiscmenlH being
A delightful little dinner was given
at tho Young' hotel Wednesday even
Ing by MLjor nnd Mra. Kay, lu honor
of I.leut. Sloan of tho Ninth Cavnlr)
and dipt. Waldron, who depatled
Thursday on thu IransiHiit
Miss Hlaiidio llniiier, who loft
llonolulii thlee )onrs ago to study
niirslng at u New York hospital, has
ii'cenuy graduated with very high
lionois. Silo Hashed two seimnitn
examinations, tho last ono of which,
I ho logouts' examination, was a par
ticular!) hiird one, and Miss Ileirncr
was one of tlueo to pass out of
twenty-five who tiled It. This gives
hor tho privilege of writing "It, N."
aftor hor ntuuo. Ilosldcs this honor
MUs Horner has thn distinction of
winning a largo cash pilzc, aH vvoll
as tho Guggenheim scliolorshlp, en
titling her to n jear's post-graduato
course at tho Columbia University.
One of tho piottlest weddings Been
In Honolulu for bomo tlmo wus that
which united Mr. II. P. O'Sulllvan
and Miss Maud Ciislilnghaui In tho
hoi) bonds 5f matrimony lust Tues
duy. Tho ccicniouy was performed by
Pather Stevens nt tho Citshlngluim
lioiiie, nnd the Initio was nlvoii aa)
by her biother John. The loom III
which the eereniony was periornied
was beautifully ileioraled with ferns
iiiul chi nations. Tlieie vveie no
liililesmalds, mid (he bride, who
woie ii piotty vvhlto silk dicss, look
td pcifeetlv elririulng.
Among those piesent nt the cere
luoii) vveie. Governor Picar, Sec
I etui. v of Ten Holy Molt-Sutltll.
I.lotd Coiikllng, i:. Scltott, D. Hop
kins, P. O'Sulllvan, James Cuchlng
liam, i:iion Ciishlngli.im, 1'r.meU
C'lishlngham, Pied Crockett, Mr. and
Mis. W ('. Ilergln, Mis. Trcndwa).
Mr lllo'in, Mrs Allen, Miss Mary
Mct'nhe, Mrs. Moore, Mis. Vlila, Mis.
Ciiphliighum and Miss Datol.
Once mine, we are under the spell
of the hoplcil t 'limner, nnd the lino
tuiii' ilaH, with their wealth of tropic
venture, mid ahuiid.iucu of gnrgeoiiH
hlossoms. me agilu upon us Perhaim
the most beautiful description of sum
mer lu the mouth of June Is that of
J.imi'H Hii'-si II Lowell in Ills "Vision
ol Sir laiuufnl ' Thnl beautiful p.tx
kiu'o leeehnes lu in) meiiioi), Ji'.ii' lif
ter vear as tho season letuiim. ami
calls up visions of childhood when vvu
mado daisy chains, placd "Hlng
mound Itosv," und clinsed hutterllliM
through endless fields of fragi.int clov
er The hi'.iuiv of that paillrulii pas
sago beggars dcKcilpllon und to I pro
ler to quote fiom the aiitliui'
"And what Is so i.no us u ill) In June?
Then. If ever, rinnr perfect da.vs";
Then Hi-aven tries lliu faith If it ho
And over It sofll) her warm car lavs.
Whether we look or whether wo listen,
We; hear life murmur, or seo It glisten;
Kvery clod fcelH u stir of might.
An Instinct within It tluil icuehes
And, gioplug blindly above II fur light,
Climbs to a soul In glass ami Illinois,
The Hush of life may well be seen
Thrilling buck over hills and vallc)s;
The cowslip still lies In meadows gieen,
Tho hutteiciip catches the sun lu Iih
And theie's never n leaf nor u blade
To bo sonio happy ciealuie's pilaee'"
Mr. Anthony, chief cleik lu Ike of
fice of Major Wlnslow, Kngluccr Corps,
left Thui-wlny on tho tiauspoit Thorn is
for n vacation.
T. nnm. WM 'A
Rat and Roach
rids your home, barn or store of
rats, mice, cockroaches ana
I 2 oi. bax 2Sc Ii ox. box 1 1.00. Bold
vcrrwhere or tent cxprcis preptU on
I rooetpt of prlct.
BTOARNS-CU3CTRI0 PASTD Ca
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