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nVHNINO TIUM.ISTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIIDAY, JULY lrt, 1009,
I A FEW OF THE MANY NEW ARRIVALS I
Per S. S. ALAMEDA I
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lNew veils u
Ladies' Black Voile Skirts
With silk drop skirt. A variety of' styles; each one embodying a
distinct fcntuic; all prettily trimmed.
Ladies' Wash Skirts
White, Bordeaux Linen, Rep and Linen. All new styles.
Ladies' Silk Rain Coats
In plain and stripes, black, navy, blown, RTey and tan very
In a large assortment. Collars in lace and embroidered. Dainty
embroidered bows. Lace and embroidered Jabots and the new Chcmes
cttcs so much in vogue.
A Hint To Tourists
Wc carry a very large assoitmcnt of Japanese and
Chinese linen goods. Drawn and Embroidered Tabic
Cloths, Center Pieces. Runners and Doilies in a variety of
Fine material and dainty patterns, 27 inches wide for children's
drcssc3, 45 inches wide for ladies' gowns.
White and Blue by the yard.
Our new veils arc prettier thai: fT nr.d tie InW styl in n m'trli
larger veil than heretofore. CH1IT ?'J VilLj ,n all of the truest colon
with broad white borders.
CHIFFON VEILS in nil of the newest colors, with wide
Fcrsian border. Very swell.
We have some very nobby and exclusive styles in ladies Felt Hats,
New York styles. Ask our Milliner to show you one of the Van Ness,
Rosalinda Fritzy or Vernon's? ""They are all new and up to date.
VALENCIENNCES LACES, TORCHON, CLl'NY, BABY IRISH, in
edgings and insertions.
N. So Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd
b wi'f'i'm ' ''rgy-STseEatOszagzJWAgVLVisgij
. SOCIAL CHATTER iss?: HOME TALK a
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WIU',N the Lurllno departed last
week Kililuy, sho carried
away a number of prominent
mclcty people, nuil tlio wharf
was ci traded with filcmlH
mid relatives who decked
the travellers with IcIh and (lowers,
mill wished them null) a "bun voy
ue" Dr.. Herbert's; paity eonslsted
ill himself and Mis. llerbcit, their
daughter Itoslo'.ind mih Charles; Mrs.
Nii ui, Mm. K. 1). Teniiy, Miss Wll
hilmlnii Tenii) and Vernon Tenny.
'I liu new Matson steamer is to be
named ''Wllholmlim" and Miss Tenii)
wll! go to Newport NeB later nn to
bo present at llio 'hunching au.l to
ihrlsteu tho btejiuer Mr (lerrlt Wll
der was also a ilopm IIiik pasbenger.
Ills cabin was well lllleil with botes
and baskets (if llnwjilan IniltH, which
will bo gcnoiously i-haic.il wllh lit
friends on shipboard.
(!en. John McClelland, U. S A., ro
tlrnl, united oil the Manchuria IuhI
wide with his wife and little him John,
(leu. MeClellnnd'u two daughters, Miss
Ito'e and Alius Josephine, accompanied
them. The family aio domiciled at
the Young Motel for the ptobent but
will boon move to the houso on Nun
nun ua iittic lecenlly ot-iuplcd by Mr.
and Mrs, .1. A. MtCandless. Gen. Mc
Clelland was formoily stationed nt
Camp MeKlnley. IIIh wKo was Mlis
L'lully Ilnlhtead and they are both bo
ing warmly welcomed by a Inigu c lr
lie of friends. The two dnughleis are
ury sweet and at(iactle, and will bo
a ih rlded aciiuleltlon to Honolulu mi
tltl MUes KopKo I etui ned on tho
Mauiliiirla from a three )euiH' so-
jniirn In I'uiope, whero alio has hern
stud) lug music under the bent mas
ters.-- llor iiimy friends wcio over-
Jo) ed to wcleomu her baek to the, Is-
Admiral Ijlchl gavo .in cnjoyablo
filmier on board tho Ilagshlp Soya
last week Tuesday In honor of Gov,
l'l ear and Ma)oi Tom Tlio decora
tions were unique and attractive
mid music by tho Japanese band was
enjojed tluouRhotit' the dinner hour,
GEARY -STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEl ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.50A0AYUP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
J A new down town hotel. Steel and
brick structure. Furnished il i cost of
$160,000. Eiery comfort and convent
ence. On car lines transferring to all
pails ot city. Omnibus meets all trains
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
Toasts weie responded to by Admi
ral Ijlchl, Gov. Krear, Mn)or l'crn,
Prof. Scott, .Mr. W. O. Smith and Mr.
I.. Tcnney reck. This following gon
tlcmcii, besides the guests of honor,
were present: Captains Sato and
Ishl, l'lag I. lent. Shlmourn, Mr. Sa
komoto, Coi.sul Ujeno, Commander
Glcavcs of the St. Louis, Col. 8chu
ler. Major Dunning, Capt. Ilces nud
Mebsrs. S. Damon, L. Tcnney I'cck.
.1. 1. Morgan. (1. I'. Wilder, J. A.
McCnndlcss, M. M. Seott and Jns.
The rourlh of July dance at the
.Monna Hotel on Monday evening was
ono of the most delightful affairs
ccr Riven at that iopiilar hodelry.
Tho hotel grounds were beautifully
Illumined with red, white and blue
electric lights, as well as ga)ly col
ored flags, whllo American flngB
wero lonselciiously arranged over
tho doorwiDS. Tho 1'lftli Cavalry
Hand plajed on the lawn for the
plcasuio of a huge number of peo
ple who did not caie to dance. Tho
largo ntul spaelous dining loom over
tho sea made a perfect ball room,
and Ihciu a happy thioiig of beauti
fully dressed women and men In tho
billllant uniforms of tho Aimy and
N.ivj ilanied until the wco small
hours or Tiiesd ly morning. Thero
wire man) townspeople present, tlm
resident Ann) nud Navy Dllleers and
tilt lr wives and a goodly number
fiom the tiaiiHport Sheridan, who
weie very enthusiastic over tlio
beautiful hi cue. The full moon, biib
pciidcd over Diamond Head llko a
lingo ball, enveloped tho tall iiiio.t
palms in lobes nf shining silver and
mailo a scene tho bounty of wlileh
will linger long In tho memory of
all those who obsei veil It.
A very Joll) part) was that of Di.
Cooper's, given la. t Satuiilay evening
at his beach house, be)oinl tliu light
houso at 'Wnlklkl. A tempting iliow.
der supper was bcived at n laigu tablo
on the lawn lighted only by moonlight,
and tho fourteen gucstH piosent spent
a delightful evening under Its silvery
ra)B, sitting on tho cliff over tho beach.
The following ladles and gentlemen
were Dr. Cooper's guests: Mr. and
Jim. Klehahn, Mr. and Mrs. Olson, Mr.
and Mis. Stackablo, Mr. and Mrs. Ilcrg,
Mr. Hoblo Walker, Miss Walker, Miss
Conllo Walker ami Mr. Armstrong.
Dr. and Mrs, II. B. Alderson arrived
on the Manchuila last week, and are
tho guests of Mis. Alderson's aunt,
Mrs. Wllllo Allen, on lleretaula ave
nue. Mra. Aldorsou, who was Miss
Conllo Hlshop before her mairlago
lulled her aunt bcvcral je.irs ago ami
bus many fi lends hero who will bu do
lighted 'to be nblu to ciiteitalu her
and her husband.
Mis. Gcoigo II. Mead and son of
Chicago brought tin co girl fi lends
with them when they eamo down on
the Manehuiia lust week fur n sum
mer In the Islands, Pinfessor Mead
anlved Wednerday on tho Hllonlan,
mid the part) are the guests of Mrs.
-M cud's sister, Mrs, Hun let Castle
Coleman, on Pacific Heights. Tills
week tho )ouiig ladles are the guests
of Gov. and Mis. I'rcar for a fovv
dn)s, and during tho summer they
will visit Hawaii, Maul, and Kauai.
Many entertainments aro being
planned in their honor.
Mr and Mrs. W. Montrose Gra
liaiu gavo an Informal little supper
at their homo on Green street after
tho Darrath recital last week Mon
day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Sine, able, Mr. and Mrs. Coombs,
Miss Cllzabcth llardaway, Miss
Whltford and Judgo I'ciry.
A beautifully appointed dinner
was given by Mrs. CaHtlemnii of S(.
I.ouls at tho Alexander Young Ho
tel on Monduy evening In honor of
lllshop and Mrs. Henry 11. Hcstailek.
Mrs. Castlcman left for tho mast on
the Tcii)o Maru.
Mrs. Krle Knuihtcii and her moth
er, Mrs. C. l'Orange, i.inio down from
Kauai last Sunday and wcio at tho
Young Hotel for u few da)a. Mrs.
1'Orango departed for her homo, on
Miss llrooko Hose, vvliuio cngige
nicnt to Mi I'redorjch Iliisllugs or
lioston was annoiiniid In l-ist Rutjii
da)'s It u I I n t I n, returned on Siin
da) from Kauai and is domicilii! at
the Young Hotel. While on Kauai
Miss ltoso was tho finest of Mr and
Mrs. I'rancls Gay, who gavo several
(banning entertainments In her
if l i ii
Mr. nnd Mrs. i' I'sbiifno 'givo
their -annual plnile''lasf' Saturday
afternoon ti tfre elillillitii "rot St.
Clement's Sunday" i'ti'iiiU,,,.1t K.'lplo
lanl Park. T'ti'c'fn' v'e'rii dertglitrul
games, u dliTn"tfio surf, nnd uliier
amusements. '' Aftgencral good tli'Ao
was enjoyed by 'all the )ouiig pcopfo.
Miss Jorilafi"cntertaliicd very In-
formally at luneheon on Tuesday In
honor of Mitts' 'tinmen, who depirted
on the Al.imcMn on Wednesday to
enter an art school In tho east.
Mis. rrederlik Klanip was an
outgoing passenger on the Mongolia.
Slio Is to Join her sister. Miss Glrui
din, and spend tho summer with her
Mr. and Mrs "Jack" Warren havo
commented building i home on their
lot n't the turner of Kekalo and
Mis. Pari .eutci tallied at dinner
at the Alexander Young Hotel on
Moud.i) evening hi, a delightful man
ner. The table was very prettily
deioralid with llowirs and the fol
lowing guests wero present Gcii
and Mrs. John MrClcltniid. Mi ntul
Mrs. John MiCandless, Miss 1'iear,
.Assistant Kif;lntcr lluircll, V S
N , ami Mr. Marshall Dariach, whose
brilliant social qualities huvi so en
deaied him to Honolulu.
Professor Jaggar Tctiirncd jfroni
the Volcano on Saturday and de
parted Wednesday for the toast on
the Mongolia. He will return In tho
laic summer to establish headquar
ters for volcanic observations. i
Mr. n, II. llarrlman, who has
been so erltlcnlly III with appeiidlii
tus. Is reported as Improving. Mr.
Hairlmnn, with Mr. Calvin, spent
avcrul weeks here last winter.
Mrs. Alan Douglass nnd Miss Mil
lie Douglass left on the Mongolia to
Visit their old home In New Mexico.
They wcrtS nrcompanleil by Miss
I'loienrc Winter as their guest.
Mrs. Jarrett I.. Lewis of llllo. tlc-
I pancii ut) iiurriciiiy on me i.uiei-
priso, having 'received tho news of
I her mother's tfcrious Illness In New
The a ii n mil convocation week re
lepllon was held In the new piulsli
briiiso of St, Andrew's Cathedral last
week Wednesday from S until 10 lu n Joll) tlmo spent on the Garden Isl-
tho evening It was vcr) laigel) nt- ami Mr. Krlc Kiiudsen c ime down
tended, and lluxo picsenl euJo)nl a for over tho fi iirth, nnd n number of
musical program of iiuusiial merit. Kauai pe ipv e-me to attend the
Mr. Charles llennelt of the Withers wedding of MIfs Waterhmne and Mr
Concert Co. was generous with his Clnrles WIlrnN which was etlebratcd
i iings, and MIs Sihaefet, Mr. Clark. Mutiday evenliig
Itev, Mr. Ullss and Cuuon Ault of
Maul sang pleasingly during' th, Captain Shlpp. Captain Chapman
evening. At Intervals tho Hinging mill l.tt'iitcuant Pardee of the Twen-
iif tho Hawaiian bo)s was wafted uuh Infantr), Port Hhafter. left this
Into tho hull fiom Itiu lergola. Do
llilous relicshiiicnts were served at
tho eloo of the musical, ami the eve
ning was a distinct suieess.
wick for the coist to pirtltlpatn In
shunting competitions. Lieutenant
Pardee Is loiiHldeied one of the best
rhots in the Army and has many
imdals to his credit. lie tool; pas-
rpl of the German
1 HC SL1CCCSS people is due to
Many people look upon the Germans as heavy
drinkers. True, but the drink is beer. Whileother
nationalities have their wines, whiskies and gin con
taining large percentages of alcohol -nd very little
food value, the German's' stick to beer with its
nourishing barley and tonical hops and only 31-2
per cent, alcohol.
In Primo Beer you get less'than three per cent,
alcohol. We do not say only" as though the alco
hol was not beneficial. Alcohol has a food and
stimulating value when the proportion is not too
great. The danger is in overstimulation, impossible
when the proportion is so small as in beer.
Good beer is beneficial to one's health, and if
you are wise you will drink regularly.
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be J5ecr That's J3rewed
lo ouit Ine Cj.imeyte
A charming ilium r vns given nt the 'sage In the transport Sheridan, but
Alexander Young Hotel tin Momla) Capt ilns Shlpp and Chapman, not
evening by Dr Mitchell to eolobnite gi ttlng nccoiiiniodatlons on tlio
tho fourth of July. Tho da)'s io!ors transpert, were allowed to travel on
wero very effectively used, tho centre the Mongolia
I Iceo being of red, wlillo and blue
IIowoih, and even tho lees and bon-j ,eccnt nnnoiincement In San
bons calrled out thv color schemo and 1 pr.uuiacu was tlm engagement of
niado tho effeit very nttraetlvo and I Mp Urnest N. Smith, formerly of
harmonious. The following wero Dr ' Honolulu, to Miss IMna Kobotham of
Mitchell's guests Dr. uml Mrs. John indbiiinpolls The wedding will be
S MoGrow, Miss Ilnrdnway, Mr. and . felt brnled the latter part of Sep
Mrs Mason Piosrcr and Captain V. , tembei tu Indlauapolls. Miss Kobo
ton. . thnin, who has rcccntl) returned
from a veirs travel ib,md Ii
A del't,lllll pllllll v l 1 i,lt,a III ' , ul, ui oi (he lU liC'IRi ltObu
diunlay b Mrs. W .Monti uu Uialiii' tlniin, vice president or the Mutual
ut the Ilooih place on Pacific Helghtb ; IH tiellt l.lfu In sura nee (,'n., of Nc'-v
The supper tablo was iiulquo In Its ark. N. J.
ittiaellvi) decointluus of water melons
and leaves. Mr. and Mrs, Graham's
guests weie: Mr. and Mrs. Stackablo,
Mr. and Mrs. Coombs, Doitor Augur
and Mill, MIks Hardawii), tho Misses
Ciook, Mr. Marsh ill Dan.uli, Judgo
Perry uutl Mr. V. C. Crook,
Mlsa Crook ileparled on the "Alame
da" on Wednesday with her sister and
brother. Sho Is to bu married vet)
shortly to one of I'm ProfessorH of
Stanford University ami will make
her .homo at Palo Alto.
Mrs. Ktcrrltt, daughter or Lieut.
Col. ami Mrs, Hunter of Lellehua,
ilepaited tin tho Sheridan aftet u
Liie'f visit with her patents.
"Miss Madgo MeCandless of Hono
lulu, Is tlm guest of Miss Holeuo
Urown nt her bono In West Seattle."
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Castlo and
Mlus llcntrlro C.i3tlo leliirned Tucs
da in tho Mongolia from u delight
ful tilp to Japan.
Mrs Ward wlfo of Lieutenant
Ward of the I'liglneer corps, Wnlkl
kl. hailed Tuesday on the '(rauspoi t
I Bin rlil.iti.
Mrs. Claicmo W. Ash ford and
.Itttiplilnr Mill , run, II,, ilnii.irln.l ,m
..... n-- -. "' -.w'-i. - .. s
thn Alameda to visit relatives In tho!r.-.a
Mr. ami Mis I. W Macfailnno
wcio outgoing passttiRcrs on the
Tho "Kluau" atrlvlng fiom Kaual
last Siiuda), brought a number of
promliKUt people back to Honolulu,
Mr. W. G Irwin, Mr. Lnuelng Mlznor
Ml?s lUhel Monsarrat was n de
parting passenger on the Alameda,
going up to spend tho bummer wllh
Mrs Harold II. Glffard returned last
week on tlio Alameda after n. visit of
several months, on tho eoasl.
.Mrs. Wlllhm O. Irwin nnd Miss
Helene Irwin sailed for Huropo Juno
Tl to spend tl.o HUinnier,
Mrs Mnrston Campbell and sou left
oil the l.urlluo last week, to spend tho
summer In California.
Mrs. Mary Gunn left on tho "Lur
line" last Prlda), to spend Iter vaca
tion lu California.
Judgo nnd Mrs Arthur Wilder re
turned last Saturday from Hawaii on
tho Mauu 1 Kca
Mr L A Thurston left last Salur
d ly for llllo tin the Manila Kim.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
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