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nvnNiNa nuM,nTiM, Honolulu, t. ti., Saturday, jul,y 17. 1909
STOCKS ARE NOW AT THEIR BEST AND BRIGHTEST
RADIANT SHOWINGS OF THE LATEST FANCIES OF DAME FASHION H THIS STORE
A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED
Wc have just received a shipment of the Meyers
AUTOMOBILE GAUNTLET GLOVES
Browns nnd Tans, nil sizes. These arc indispcnsiblc
to lady nutoists.
Sec our display of LADIES' and CHILDREN'S PARA
SOLS in every conceivable style. White, in plain tucked
nnd embroidered. Pongee, 111 plain, embroidered and Per
sian trimmings. Silk, in plain, striped, plaids and polka
dots. All colors and all prices.
Don't Waste Time
Making but'onhokj. We can supply them ready made.
We carry Machin; Needles fcr all makes of Machines,
nlso Machine Oil.
NEW. ARRIVALS T
Some of the new Arrivals in our Ready-to-Wear Department
LADIES' WHITE REP SUITS, with i hree-quarter length
coat, round and square cut, trimmed in large pearl buttons.
LADIES' CHAMPAGNE REP SUITS, three-fourth
length, square cut coat, stylishly trimmed. Very swell.
. LADIES' WHITE LINEN SUITS, .three-quarter length,
square cut coat, trimmed, in heavy Irish bands, medallions
and large Pearl buttons. The latest.
LADIES' WHITE 'NOVELTY STRIPED SUITS, three
quarter length square' cut coat trimmed in Copenhagen blue;
collar and cuffs Soutache braid and pearl buttons.
Ask for the new Suisene Silks at our Silk. Depart
ment, We have them ni all the newest shades and tints.
Beautiful or afternoon and evening gowns.
New linen Suitinzs in tan, pink; navy, old rose, Alice
blue, light blue, etc. Quite the fabric for the new style
suits. Price 35 and 40$ a yard.
Our Art Department
Is always stocked with the latest in art goods and
CUSHION TOPS and PILLOWS,
CUSHION CORDS. CORDS and TASSELS,
EMBROIDERY SILKS, EMBROIDERY LINENS, ,
JAPANESE GOLD and SILVER THREAD,
JEWELS and BEADS of all description. ,
' In fact, everything found in an up-to-date Art Depart
ment. All kinds of stamping done.
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., LTD.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
Opposite Fire Station
. SOCIAL CHATTER isee HOME TALK 3
Nil uf tho beauty spots of Ha
waii Is undoubtedly Tantnloi,
Willi llH COllllHg hCC7CH, '
we.illli ,r tropic verdure, an i
above nil, 11h inngulfUcitt lo
ur Uiu ma iiuil Wnlklkl. Nt
Mhcio ilo, perhaps. In Iho Island
much charm, In u cousin of Alice Ixin- tlon for nil advancement since the I and will bo warmly welcomed by sov- Decrlng. Mrs. Langhorno, Miss Blrnoy,
linn, the net rem who has been ilolng world beg-in. Dr. Green's vlnqiicncoicr.il Honolulu friend who knew them Miss Schncfur, Mrs. James Judd, nnd .Mrs. Parks,
may ono And such mi Inilgnrntlug and
refreshing ntmoplivru as on Us slope,
nnd tho llonoliilii.ms Mho npiiriclato
llils and can get .iwaj during tlio win in
good work In Willlard's company this and commnul of I.Iiu'itjo combine to formerly. Mrs. L'cckwlth was former
season, jmiiko him at all tlniis in Interesting ,ly Mlis Helen Roliliis.ni, thu daughter
, orator, and Ills alllo illueoiirso, tho uf a Presbytoiliiu clcrgjnian now re-
Chicago, III. Chicago IS mil n mar- earnest work of n studious nnd. billing In Hcrkelei'. Tho wuldlng was
mind, wasueiijised by a
rjlng community. 11 Is a liaicn
bachclora and n rendezvous for old particularly npnrcclallvo audience
maids. This fact was learned yihciij x
tho Munlago l.lccnso Ilurenii publish- The latest engagement to bo ail
ed Its Hatlsllcs for tho cmmtj'e fiscal tiouiicvd Is that of JIIss Mnbel Tliajer
weather, are filling their summer. l'"r- Nuicnibor 30th. Theso stalls-; to Horace Slsson of llllii, Hawaii. Miss
homes with hnppj gncstB ami ciiJhj Ins I ll'H nott I'"11 "'cro wtro 5-,i7s fwcr Thajcr Is Iho ilanRhter of Mr. nnil
tn the full the glorious sunsets on Tan-1 persons married In 1908 than, w cro Mrs. C. A. Thner, wluo homo In
talus Heights Governor I'rear moitd i mnrrleit In 1907. Cuiloden I'ark Is ono of'tho hnndsom-
his family up In their summer homo Ordinarily the Issuance of marrlago est In San llafael. Tho brldcgroom-lo-
on Thursday. . Mr. ami Mrs Kodlek
nnd fandl) aro domiciled In tlulr at
tr.itlho placo on the mountain, as nio
iiIfii Jmipo Slnnlej .mil his family in
theirs Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Wilder
li.ivo Mist Marlon Scott ns their Kuest
for a few weeks, fieneral Hails and
family aio happily located In their
pleasant home, ami Judge and .Mrs.
Arthur Wilder aro occupying the (lit
find placo for a week.
Berkeley Vltltors Cnlerlnlr.ed.
.Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 1'. Maurcr of
Uerkeley, who aro bpcmllngi 9 few
i weeks at tho Mu.mil llotil, were tho
RJestB of honor Mnml.iy evening nt
an Informal llttlo dinner glien by Mr.
and Mrs. John Trcnholin Warren nt
their homo im Wilder nientio. Others
risked to meet 'them wero Mr. and Mrs,
Klttlu Hall and Dr. ntul Mrs. Harry
AMcroon of San Francisco, tho latter
old fiiciulb of Mrj Wnricn's who have
iicen spendli'g n few weeks ns tho
Kuests of Mrs. Aldorsnn's mint, Mrs,
iviiiinm Alien or iierctanla aieiiue.
nnd nro leailng on tho Korea for tho
Mr. and Mrs. Mrurer left Tuesday
for tho lolcano expecting In return
this afternoon. Mr. Maurcr Is a piom
lnont iihotographor of Uerkeley whoso
charming Btiidlo Is ono of tho most
nrtlhtlc am distinctive of tho ninny
dellKhtful nrt comers about tho bay,
ivhllo his handsnnio homo Is ono ot
tho notable ones In tho university town
bec.uibo of Its quaint it) lo of architec
ture. t Although Mr. Maurer's specialty Is
portrait work In which ho excels, ho
Iiiih done considerable successful color
plato work and eoiiie of his slides. In
tho natural colors, wcro Bhown last
night nt tlio Unliertlty Cluo.
. Mrs plainer, who la n woman of
licenses In n city as largo ns Chicago
should Increase nt that ratio, tiibtend
of decroaso. Tho marriage license
fees In 190S wero 13"i,7t2.50.
Tho number of licenses Issued for
tho two e.irs, by mouths, Is as follows:
ifecember 1 B17 1,709
lajiiurj 2211 1 S93
Pibnuiry . I,lit9 1,877
March 1,218 1.170
April 2,311 1,045
May 2 220 1,S91
Juno , ",308 3,008
July 2,111 1.731
August v v 2,127 2.0SO
September ,... 2,153 2,323
October 2,722 2,220
November 2,410 2,201
he halls from tho Southern IslanUi
n hero he Is promlilent In sncl'il niid
financial r flairs. Tlio wedding will bo
an oi cut of tho near future nnd tho
homo of tho jotuig couplo will bo lu
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Ueckwltli,
vhoso mnrrlngo took pluco rrccntly
n cliuich affnlf'tifM'witd fnllowud by a
reception at ttii!'..'bililt'Hl hotne. 'Mr.
liickwltli has taken u pti.dtlim under
the Chinese gnverlimcnt nint ho nnd
his hrldo will prdcoci! o.i thu Mongolia
to tlio Orient. 1
The automobile, with all Us popu
larity, has riot tt supplanted thu rid
ing hnrso, nnd hero In Honolulu thcro
aro many liners of outdoor life, who
tnkb-lidvintagO'Ot'tho splendid ma
cadamized nails',' and who may ho
seen almost dilly taking a bilsk gab
lop along Jhd benuilful Walklkl load
In tho lato afternoon, ns tho sun Is set
ting lu a blaze of glory behind tho
Wnlaniu nnmiita,'ns. Miss llullen.of
Victoria. hrt'vIsltod here lJt winter.
Miss Young cntortolncd at luncheon
on Tuesilny, in honor of Mrs. John Mc
Cliillnn, ut 'the beautiful Young resl
nenco nt WnlkHtl, Tho tnblo wns at
tractlicly decorated with fragrant
In Herlielcy, Cullfornl.t, will nriho Ir. was u great dcloleo of tho popular American llcauty roses and' maiden
Honolulu on tho Mongolia, July 28 pastime and Mr. and Mis. C. W. Case lialr ferns. MJss Young's guests wero
Mr. UriiM Cartwrlght aro frequently
seen on horseb.ick.
Mrs. Thoniaa Uraton I'arkor, form
erly' Miss Florence lllunil, who Bpent
sovernt mnntliH nt tho l'leosanton Inst
jear1, writes that after n pleasant visit
Mrs. John McClellan, Mrs. Dunning.
Mrs. Wnilhains, Miss
Sclmc-fcr, Mlsn ttoro McClellan and
Miss Josephine McClellan.
Tho Wtllni'Kil-iy oven'ng dnnco at
tho Mo.nn hotel for the ilsltlug Army
and Nn'v people wns n hippy wiclil
function and wns well attended. Thero
In Tnlaro with friends, sho Is spending wcro present nn uniisuil tiumliur of
tho month nt July at Hotel Metropolo, ,retty and attractive women. In charm'
Catatlni island, nnd will sail on Iho ( jnK 0Vcnli g gowns which' contrasted
transiiort lenvlng San Frnnclsco Au- prettily with tho uniforms of tho odl
gust B for Honolulu where Bho will ccrs and mado a loiely background for
nwalt the arrival of, Ucut. Commander . the atlractluly decorated billroom.
Parker of tho Iluflalo from the Philip-
pines, nor many incus .. n-nim, A , m,c!) b,U(icn
win warmly ncicomo uer uacs, ua a.
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forevet
Bl T. FELIX COl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CKDM OK MAGICAL BEAUTIHCK
V , tOr-I
I rnlilvtt, l tli I tticbes
1 tii fa. ttiij Mtin 1iUccn,
. nil i iitt Liirnuin
i n iwa'iiy "itq m-
bMtml Hit trll
i pi trart, ai
taaUttli Urautf I
u rrsprlr ini',
(tit it mil ii
I tn. Hr. I
rtirr tkiil to
Ut Of 111 bftQt
t"n ( bllrutt:
MA jrntt U4UI
will ui tu Zi.
. llntrnuA,m CrmuM tht lul hirroful r I &U U.
UJ(Uii.iriiul't Ubl(fdbUlftlC4tl&'uJ Luru
fMT.Wm Prep. 3 UiHt im 51mI, XewT
Totals . 20,032 23,793
No attempt to explain, the fnlllng off
In innrrlago was made In tho olIlceB of
tho bureau, Theso three wnjs of ac
counting for It wcro advanced: i
I Im That elopements to other
cities und towns aro becoming moro
Becond That present conditions In
tho largo cities nro making marriage
Imposslblo for many.
' Third That Chicago has dlscoiered
marrlago to he a failure.
In honor of the oniccrs of tho
Twentieth Infantry, nn board the trans
port Thomas, an Army nnd Nniy dunco
wns given at Iho Young Hotel Tuesday
oienlng. Tho ball was u dcllghtriil nf
fall in every leepect, and wns attend
ed by ninny local Army and Nnvy odl
ceis and thalr wiles, as well as a
large number off tho transport. Thu
regimental baud plned on Iho loof
garden dining tho evening, the conceit
being enjoyed by n great many people,
Iho hccno w.ib an nttraetlvo ono, Iho
palms and'feriiB along tho sides or the
roof garden waving gracefully lu tho
cooling evening breeze, Iho colored
electric Ighls Illumining tho shadows
with rnlnliow tints, whllo In tho back'
giound. tho brlllluntly lighted ball
loom, with Its assembly of graceful
dancers, formed nn attractive and
pleasing picture to the Interested ob
Dr. Tliomns n. Orueii's lecturo last
Saturday ounlng on "Tho Cinspol of
Discontent" was a Inllllant nnd force
ful argument lit fnior of dlscontont,
lint tho illsrnntent tint Bnwn illecord
and corruption, but th( discontent tint
I Inspires effort and proients stagna
tion, and which has been tho fouiidu-
HARRIMAN TO DRINK BEER
TO GET HIS STEAM: BACp
Railiroad Wizard to Sup "Suds" At Austrian
J 4 s . ' Resort
SEMMTRINO, Austria, Tunc 29.
Professor Strumpcll, the
noted neurologist' has declared
that E. II. HaVriman, the great
American- railroad wizard, is under
nourished and has prescribed for him
a course of treatment designed to put
fat on the Harriman ribs,
"Drink large quantities of milk,"
he told Mr. Harriman; "eat. plenty of
meat and cereals and drink unlim
ited quantities of malt beec",'
"Three cheers for bread and beef,"
the railroad king is said to1 have
shouted at thjs juncture. . '
Mr. Harriman began this morning
the course prescribed for him bv
Professor Strumpell. He will remain
here till July 15, when he will leave
for Bcndosle to take radium baths.
"What you need," said th; doctor, in Harnman's ear,
"Is Beer! Beer! Be:r!
"Take a stein in the morning; swei, drei, maybe fier,
, , , Of Beer! Beer! Ercr!
"A wizard I
Whnup iHiMttl '
Is feeling so oucer ' ' " , , ,' ' "j
, Needs Beer! Beer! Beer!, . ..'."
' "IUU , build up your rausclts. put flesh on your slats, 1 ,
And drive from your belfry the cobwebs and bats.
It's got medicine skinned every day in the year,
Has Beer! Beer! Beer!
"I like your prescription," says E. H., "here goes. '
let me stav in the land where ther-Wurzburger flows."
If Harriman were in Honolulu the doctor
would recommend PR I MO, because its the"
Beer that's Brewed
To Suit the Climate
I A polo mitch between tho Onhu
I team nnd the l'lflh Civnlry team Is ho
ling planned for Saturday, July 24th, to
be plajed at Moaiialui, probably. Doth
teams have had sumo excellent prac
tice games since tho (list match, and
tho game nc.t Saturday promises to
bo Intensely Interesting, nnd will tin
doubtcdly bo witnessed by n largo
number of enthusiastic spectator.!,
Mr. mul Mrs. Thomas Ajjor, tho
former lecently frcyn Virginia and tho
latter of Pasadena, whoso marrlago
took placo Juno 30 In Pasadena, Cal-
i Iforula, will comu to Honolulu this fnll
to inako their home. Mrs. As lor, wun
beforo her marrlago. Miss Mario Nel
son, daughter of Mr. uud Mrs. Swan
Mrs. Charles II. Cooper has been
spending l'ovcr.i! weeks in Dresden re
cently, and whllo thcro mot a number
o'f kniiiaulnas, including Mr. and Mrs.
Fred alailo and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
nindo; also Mrs. Judd of Panal, nnd
Mies Oraco Hlclmrds, now Mndam
nicords. Mrs. Trcd (Undo Is a sister
of Mr. Harry von Holt.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Whitney will
lenio in iho Morama next week for a
two months' trip. After spending n
week nt Sonttlo they will go to Iluiri
son Hot Springs, U. C. They will ro
turn to Honolulu on the Mitkura, Sep
Mr. and Mrs, Frank I.elghton aib
son rnd two sorvants left last Tuesday
for Molokal whoro they will inako
oil with tho U. 8. Leprosy Investiga
tion Station nt Kalawao.
Mrs. Alfred Castlo, Carl Schncfer
and IMulltio SchBcfer are leaving for
tho Coabt Monday on the Korea. Xr,.
Gustavo Schaefer nccompinlcs thenv
going up li seo litn flancco. Miss Lydl.-v
nlbbnns, lo whom ho will be married
Mrs. Wllllnnt iJington. wlfo of tho
proprietor of the Paradlso of tho Pa
cific, will leavo tho latter part of tho
month for her annual visit to tho
coaBt. Mr. Langton Is nt present on
the coast but Is expected back shortly.
Captain nnd Mrs. Chapman, who ar
rived on tho Juno transport, from thu
Coast, nro comfortably Bottled In their
now home at Fort Shatter. Mrsj
Chapman Is n daughter of General
McCaskey, who to very well known In
Dr. and Mrs. drocn departed Sun
day on tho Tcnyo Mnru and will go
Cast at onco or Dr. Green Is scheduled
for a bitIcs of Iqctures. Mrs. Green In
rapidly V-coicrlng from her recent au
Mr. Dnrrach's rendition of the Tem
pest was excellent, and ho has won
placo for himself in tho hearts of nil
lovers of Spakcspcarn In Honolulu,
who have been fortunate enough to
hoar him. ' .
MrB. Mctta S, Mack, superintendent
of tho Susanna Wesley Homo, left last
wcok ror o niucn-ncciico rest ai rcun
Harbor. Tho Homo Is doing a very
fliio work, and at present Is caring for
over; thirty children.
Miss Mnudo Jordan has arrlicd nnfe
ly In Victoria, nftcr a pleasant voyagq
acioss tho Pacinc. Sho will Bpend tho
summer thero ns tho guest of Miss
Nbirlo, who recently visited Mrs., Jor
dan and Mrs. Uottomloy In Honolulu.
Captain Johnson, tho popular com
mnndcr of tho Hllonlun, was a passen
ger for San Francisco-on Tuosday. Hu
was accompanlcd'by his wlfo and goos
their homo, Mr. Gibson being connect-to California for a vacation
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ISM Out Ida Miin?i5I!iwnnMnttut
A tSo mi mumf ElMbio Put will kill el ill tttnU ui4 lo la tosu la s tlnsli nlobt
Oookromohaa, Wmtmr Buns and Other Vermin
are alM quloklj kltltd. Bead? olitd for nu. Tlie onlr cuaranwl exurmlutor.
xour oruffKiti win reiuoa vour woovr n bum pui ua wgra.
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