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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 26, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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N iiiiiti' IlitSOMI.f T ii HVTI I1IMV. Jl Nl" v No
gsaaajatawmiiaffi rWOTi fim
far todies' costumes;
or, kaotiful and in
fxpctJiYt, 27 in. wide,
49c a yard.
Th goods are in
all the newest shades.
Ve would call the at
tention J tourists and
strangers to our ready-to-wear
and suit depart
ment, which contains all
of the latest creations of
MAMMOTH LACE SALE
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 1st, at 8 o'clock
Linen, Torchon and Cluny
Laces and Insertions
These goods are braid new and embody
ail of the latest patterns and designs. All
widths, - - - 15c a yd
German Torchon Laces
New and crisp goods, all widths,
8 l-3c a. yd
Soo these Goods in our Berotania Street Show Window
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd
White, Cream & Arabian
White Curtains, 3 yds.
loni, 8$c a pair
White "Curtains, 3 1-2 yds.
long, $1, $1.25, $1.50
$1.75, $2, and $2,50
Cream and Arabian Cur
tains, all prices
Square and long, with
hemstitched and fancy
borders, all colors.
SOCIAL CHATTER am: HOME TALK of
SKI I'OUIK ciUtKS oldl ;.... I. ml (1'.I; Pratt. Miss Muriel to Paxil ltltl-H for his lit-altli mid then parllculaily bo, foi Minn Wlllielmtnu A book llml Ik attracting llu alien- Dr. nml Mih Kiii.-iI Wnlcrhoiise Mi
ifn daughter of John J Car- Frmicis. A'i K. It Wollmiirti. Mr und Join the others Miss Tcniicy "III prob- Tennoy guvo. u tea for Miss Harriet lion i all nature lovers lx called "In anil Mrs t'llrtuicl Klniliiit, .Major nml
Wy dn sad Mrs fardrn, wax Mm Wolf Mr nml Mm do lloo. Minn ably christen thu now Matson liner Hatch, and aiuoaig others pi esent were the Open' written liy Stuntnn D.ivli Mrs Wadliunis, II. H. A. Mrs Alex-
VI married to Mr David I.e (i (loo ami Mutter I. do Item. Pro-( steamer, which In to hi named for licr Missus Alice Cooke Vera Damon, J Is- Klrkham, who lias spent the bettei nnder 0 llnwcs, Jr Mr. David Andcr-
."4 4iMllBOfthoflrniofT.il. art-Hive pedro una placd, tin first "Wllhelmlna." Islo Kennedy,- Irene Fisher, Helen purt of Ills life In the great out of- sun, Mr. John Mncklnuun
Dsvls ft Co. at the home prizes bel.ig won by Mrs. Frnzoo nml 1 ! North, Messrs. Fridurick Ttnnoy, Tl- doors. During his wniidoilngs on the
'if th tirlda ya Thursday, Juno 24, Mr. V. Wolbuurn, the second prizes! Mrs. Charles Wclmau Parks enter- len I.owrey, ,','Jtlm" Kennedy, Herbert American continent he has made tin Among the nrtlva's .it die Ploasmi-
Ml ' p m. The officiating clergy by Mrs do lloo mid Mr. Neal A inur-'talmd at dinner on Monday uvenlug nt Dovvsett. Fred Wlckniiin, Oltchrlst acquaintance with piuctlcatly all of the ton me Ml. ntiil Mis. T. Mnx Smith, of
fiisn was lh- R. ftnrrnms Hradder.
I), t) , and only tbs note friends of
the family wer present
The brlds, who was given nwnynml Mrs Ncal. Itefrcshmcnt wero
by Utr tuber, mot a beautiful dress served throughout the uvcnlfng. He
Of wbll cbaroi'tus satin, with u fore dispersing n voto of thanks wan
toils vll over wreath of orange given Mr. and Mm de lloo for their
bftmoms and rarrlsd a bonnet of iilndneis In pulling their bouse nt the
leal program was rendered by Mrs. the Alexander Young Hotel In honor Hatch,
Will. Mm do lloo and Miss IMItli
Prnil Speeches wero made by Mr.
Willi rosss nr only ornament
W& iiMiklscs ot pearls n rid ilia
iuonA lib elft of the bridegroom.'
ffrt' re wo bridesmaids lint '
Si tier !-, Miss Mao Cardon, nttend
1 (tl bsr as inald of honor. Iter ilies
rv at hlis plea, and ibo carried
ttxjusi of pink roses. The bride
tffoom ws supported by Mr. John
Ptewlng ss lint roan.
TJ)o hulls dscorstlons wore In
grcco and whlis, most tastefully ar
tnnged by Mm gmlth, Mrs. I.ticas
fillil Mr. M'Oulm Tho brldo was
Jllfeflled through the parlors by two
IlltlO girls In white. Miss llelcno
iUirmn anil Miss Hiilda riulld, bear
inK ropea of mallo and white sntln
flljliill, thus mfthlng an aisle. Tho
Jtrowiil. wero itiumeious and be.nutl
Till. Mr, and Mm Austin are
Hp;nillfig their Jhunyjnoou nt the
A'Ue OVfint was esporlally Inleresl-
1it-1 1 n If, (is tliu dale murucil the twenty-
dlixitul of the gui-sls for the occa
James T. Taylor and wife will
take u vacation trip to the Coast,
leaving Honolulu the latter part of
July. Mr. Taylor will attend the
teventeenlli National Irilgutlon Con
Kiess, which umveucx nt Spokane,
Wash . Aug. 9 to 14, and will deliver
vn address on "Irrigation mi the Ha-1
walnn Islunds." Mr. Tajlor Willi
also visit tho exposition at Seattle
and a number of tho Irrigation sjs
terns of tho arid west of America.
Mr Tnjlor Is ut present engineer
for the Oahu Hallway & Land Co.
on the Wahluwn extensions to tho
pineapple I Uriels.
i The work of extending tho branch
railroad to tho plnenpplo fields at
U'ahlwn Is progressing rapidly and
tho road will open for traffic early In
' Present conditions Indicato a
of Miss Postluwnllc. of 8t I.u"jI: Miss sr
Krear. I.luiit. Iloiiston, L' N: As-' Among thoso who have sailed fur a
slstant Civil engineer Uurrall V S. N., ,trl' lo ,llu Volcjno are Mrs. Castlenian,
and Mr. Charles Pond McAo. Itlch Mlll Cn,',e atlu ilia I'oslluwalto of St.
mond roses bcaullfully oi namented thy I."ls, who tiro stopping nt the Alex-
table In conjunction with idumosa ns- '"'"''r Vimiig on route for the States,
parugux. Tho guests went on to the atl-'r " ,0,lr of '' votM
ShakesHniluu recital h) Muishull.
D.irracli Mr, and Mih. It. N. Paton enterlalnod
nt dinner mi Sunday evening nt tho
iti!iarnu, Miss llcrofl, Mis. I.nug,
Mih. Itycioft, Mrs. Uwen, Mis. Plesou,
Mis. A. Campbell, Mis. Puxlo'i, Mir.
miii Holt end many others.
Tantalus, that cool and beguiling
spot, Will call many lo Us mountain
top bufoie very long. On Salurdaj
pines. The lotul estimated ucreago
In pines for 1909 Is f,000 acres, an
lilt-rente of 20 per cent over tho
nop for 1908,
'Letters received from the John Uur
loughs party statu that after u pleas.
tint voyurfu to the const on thu Man
'lrriUlU anniversary of llie innrrlage of heavy ciop and good prices for tho
'im h bride's parents, Mr and Mrs.
a'. .. . 1 . a .. . .
i,nieii, many oi ine gucsis having
Iieeli prwent nt their wedding n
, iinrttr of a icntury nwi. Mr. John
".liens wns Mr. Cnrdon's best man at
A iirv'ls parly was tendered Mi
tl llf Ifrfl ftal .... ir...l.l.lnt iili.hlni. ..!....!.. tfu .!..... ..!... , t.... .....I
s.nt tlio residence of Mr. 0. do lloo. I.u .Mrs M. 0. Ashley wciu leaving San
, ptlllo utri-Kl. Tlioso la-vilwl oro Mi HVimclsco Junu 17 after u thrto days
. illd ,M l'rnlirls, Mr. nml .Mrs. A
,ff' J'miU, Mr ami Mrs Trnieo, Mr. ami
lt Cnynn, Mr rmd Mj-s A. I.ylo Sip.
utlll Mrs. Rletans Mr nml Mis. Menu
,. Ydlflli JIi IWIIy Mr .in.l Mrs Kill-
, IHllo. Mrs MfKiLiKUK, Mr nml .Mis
llrifleillcdd Miss Anil i Phillips, Miss
J, Thompson Mi nml Mrs Well, Mr
, A. H. Wellioiirn Mi C iViiom Mr Me I
millKll Ml imd ili i riiiiiiui Misses '
t.lny Micro, and that after n few dayH
spuit In Chicago the three would re
turn to their respective homes by dlf
fetent routes. I)r liarus going up In
to Mlehlguu for u few days visit with
relnllw-s, Mih Ashley reaching her
homo In Mlddlctown, New York, In
Hum lo be on hospital duty July 3.
An ul fieteo luncheon was given on
Mrs James Wilder s Informal ehlrt
waist lunehiiiu on Tuesday was n thor
oughly enjojablo affair, tho pretty
bungalow nt Wnlklkl being tool and
comfoitahlo and tho (lower bedecked
tallies moM attractive. Most of the
guests brought dainty hits of sewing
Hid aflei luncheon needles and
tongucK vied with erch other for su
premiuy The Wlldeis by the way,
go lo (heir Tantalus lesldenco foi tun
weeks outing today perhaps,
Mr. and Mrs. It, I-'. Oamer nnd sou
of Sau Ilcrmrdlno, Callforuln, ai-j oe-
ctiilng tho home plan ot Col. (I. V
Mnefarlano nt Wulklkl. Oi. 'Thu.-sduy
afternoon Mrs. darner onto-tallied In
formally a number of Indies who icre
fellow passenger on the Siberia, and
a few others, ut afternoon ten. Tho
family will leavo on Hh 2'jiIi for Illlo
and Volcano, and will luturu to San
Hranclsrn on tho Mongolia, which stills
on July C.
A pretty luncheon was given on
Tuesday ut tho Alexander Young ho
tel by the Misses Illalr and Uicas,
who have so successfully finished their
private school work for thu tnr. The
tablo was artistically arranged with
branches of Golden Shower, which Is
Just now lu all tls glory of extpilslto
"" ' "" - ' Sunday by Mr. and Mis. nanny Scott
A Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevct ?u,r Lrffi VZT. ll
n. T. IUJZ OOUKADD'S ORICNTAL X'Z'' ZXJ'Z
Lf CKC4M Oil MQlCkl DliAUTiriCH '' m. Jimpii. mw. iiariwoii, mis .ia.-
Imii Hpfill MIH.! .lekufn Kllllfninnti Mi
P,"k7" 7mI tel'I; lllduird Wilght, Mr. U'sllo Scott. Tho
'IrA'l.lfwr'ffiilS'Sithieii tables placed on tho lawn wete
ornamented with doublu crimson cur-
kli'l t v
I 'llMriilltl'. I Trri i
',,iul'l IJ,i.iiiiu fi
Jrf3.TilOHJ.rito, V Uit Jinn
flub iIim.1 i II
ltiiu)l lift (ri
tit W i If. MtlH
I m (ifi ! f
t4tflii Uuri I ,
la prntff uii), I
frit tf ilmlioM
I rnf ()f, K A
41 ft tll to st
Utr 'I Hi Uut
t'li ( .Ht,tt
"Ai run tkJUi
wilt u tb j.
in r n a
imtliMia unit a profitulon of iimlilenlmli
Quliu a Honolulu coutlugoiicy ill
K"i mill In tlio Isitrllno, aiuoiiK whom
imp Dr nml Mrw, llurbuit, Mi'P. IM
wind Tommy, Mih Uoten Noounn
Mia Mary tlimn. MUa W. Tunnoy.
.to. J fstL.. s... ...ll. ft. -.! Ih !.! i.s.rtiiful 1 1 til L
v" djkMttftiAw I ?!" "T. W"'!""1' mu. Lu'"a ""f"-
1...1 ii...yj'Mr. (Unit, P.
tlilEEI. new IIT
Wilder, wio-,vllH first go
flora und tho fauna from Atlantic to Now York: Mis. Kllzahcth P. Savvry Mr, a'nd Mis, Jnines Wilder ascend In
Pacific from Canada to Southern Mex- of Philadelphia, v. ho urrlvOd on thu Hielr artistic bungalow, anil General
Ico. Nuttitiilly. "In thu Open" brealhea Slbeil.i Mid will remain mveral i)luiH ,,,,,1 fanillv will snend suveial
Mnana hotel in honor of Mr. und Mis.
C V. Case Deerlng Miss Jessie Kauf
man and Mr. David Anderson.
Mr. and Mis. KUton 1110 expected
from the Coast next week. They will
bo Joined Ii) Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis
Oay ami ixpctt to spend the Hummer
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ferguson,
who wen- hero a short time ago and
leturned lo thu stutes, are expected
to pasn tliiough hero shortly on route
to the Orient.
MIsy tra Damon entertained at
luncheon nt her Island homo nt Moana
lua 011 Thursday In honor of Miss Har
riet Hatch and Mr. Qlttlirlst Hatch.
On Thinsday Mr. and Mrs. JlcCros
sen entertained nt dinner at tho Alex
undor Young Hotel In honor or Mini
Dr. and .Mrs. Ernest WatcrhoiiBo
and famllv are domiciled nt Oovornor
CleghomV beach houso at Wulklkl
for u month,
Mies Alice Hodtmann will bring a
oung friend with her lo spend tho
siimmei Miss Mosmer of Los !An
the splilt of the out-of-doois It tar
ries Mm Into tlio cool und t.liadowy
heart of the forest up snow-clad moun
tain sIoh-s, and out upon the wind
swept plain. It H published by Paul
Kldcr, San I'ranclstn and New York.
Marplot lies and pink carnations
formed the tcnterplicu at the dinner
given b Mr. und .Mrs. C W, Case
Deerlng on Saturday evening last In
honor of I ho natal day of tlio hastens.
Crvstn! cundtlnbrus holding candles
with pink 1 Ilk shades,! fringed with sil
ver bb.ids weio an artistic addition to
thu perfectly appointed table, and the
favotb weie Japanese pictures. Music
eliteitnlned (lie guests thiuiighout thu
evening. Among thoso present and in
vited woiu Mr and Mrs. N. It. l'nlnn.
Shn Is a lelatlve or Mis. ' ,,.Ks at their comfortable lintisu. Tho
Mrs II II Uiie. wife uf I atanlovs. lneludlnu I.itdv Herion. will
ljr I.ane. atslhtant siiigton, II. S Nuv
ul Stutlou, arrived on the Slheila. -Ml.
J. K. Menlll. b.ollier of Mrs. C. P.
Hcck. am: hl.i friend. Mr. II. D. I.ee.
an Led on llie Slheila.
Mr and Mrs. Gordon gave a pretty
dinner ut tin Alexatulct doling hotel
on Thursday evening In honor uf Mis.
Charles Welmnii Parks and Miss Treai.
At Mis. Steeru's pi city tea last Mon
da, Mrs. Umory pouted au I tlio tnhle
was exipilsltoly decorated Willi iosim
smiimet' theie, and runny otbeis niu
making thdr plans for a Tantalus out
ing. Miss Alice Hedeiminii nnd her hi oth
er, Dr rordlnand Hcdcuinnii, nru ex
pected to nrilvo lu the Mntichiitin, MIk
Hedemanu has been spending a year In
the south of France und shu was Joined
bv Iter In other. Dr. Hcdemniiu, who
accompanied her to Denmark, wheiu
they have been visiting relatives.
Mrs (leorgn Divloa has Invitations
and feins Among the guests- present out for a dnncu on Monduy evening,
were Mrs. C M Cooko, Jr , Mrs. Wul-
tor Unory. In whose honor thu te.i' Miss Wight is hero from llnwail
was given, MrB. Iloedefeldt Mrs. Fur- visiting hot slstor, .Mrs, II. P. Wood.
DoUCOIK'hH Potter anil Mian M.iml
Tcni'ls r.t tho Tennes Is always ei- Klnnoy sailed for tho Orient on Thurs
Jojable, but on Saturduy lust It was day.
FOR EVERY HOUSEKEEPER
Easy Way To Rid the House of
Cockroaches, Wats, M!ce etc
It Is tliu easiest thing In tlio vvoihl
to lid thy houso of nils, mice, cock
roaches, walorbugs, tie., liy using tlio
uld rollahln Steams' Dlectric lint ami
Ilnnch Paste, which lias hetn on the
market fur thirty yeais.
11 Is ready mixed for ii'o mid 't
Is In panto form, tlieio is 110 powder to 'out of dooia lu die,
blow uwnv and got Into Itod All u-llahlo diugjl-ti tell SIumiiu
Beo that ovtry packagi beam thu 1 Ulectrle Paste: 'i m. box 25c 10 m.
slgiiaturo of J. J. Kmruiy, und liitul hrrf $100, nr 'sent urpreJB piopald.
you wMl gel thQ gcuuliiu; thu o.ijjf Htiuni Kleclilu Puslo Lu.. Chltllugo,
guaianit-ud uxteiiniualor, 1110 only oimIII.
whore mr druggist will refund jour
inoiic) it Ii does not do thu woik.
Appl Hlearus' Flcclilc Pasto at
night, In sinks, pantrlos, etc, mid In
tho morning vou con sweep up a pan
ful of dead cockroaches,
Use it wlieio Ihcro uro rats and
nilco 11 1 j after unllng It, they will tun
In Regal Footweai
THE LATEST PARISIAN and NEW YORK '
CREATIONS. The Shoes now being worn in
New York and other fashion centers. Exclu
sive models and high grade in e,very particular.
Vamps made in King patent colt and uppers of
suede of different colors to match clothing. Up-to- (
date young men are buying them rapidly because the '
shoes are nifty and stylish.
Custom Special, bench make, $5.00 a pair.
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Sti.
M.l! , jif '(
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