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Wt 10 " ' - EVEN1NQ BUtXKTTN. HONOLULU, T. II,, BATimDAY, Atlfl. 7, 1000. - , "
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Crowd To Sachs'
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Honolulu have such values been given as in this sale. Everything in the store ;
is marked down to such an extent that the shrewd buyer recognizes at once that she '
is offered a bargain.
The Sale lasts only a few days longer! Are you going to miss it and
regret the lost opportunity ever after ? Come Monday Morning.
SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
Beretania and Fort Street
paaKESw".- ''j-wsurrjgowB n
tlflcntlnns at Fort linger Tuesday nf-le-rnoor..
Conducted by the officer In
chin go, they apt nt a voi interesting
hour seeing, (lie huge cniinon and elec
trical apparatus; lliey climbed Into
the balcouy, from wliciico will issue
nil Iiittruc(tonti Tor llrlng llm cannon,
and most it,lhe guests walked through
Iho tunncriutn the crater of Diamond
Head, which was nn iiniisii.il expor
lenco for (hem all. Tim party wan
composed, of Dr. and SIthi Mi drew,
Mrs. W. II. Henbane Mm. Nugcnl,
Mlsa Kllzdbcth llardaway, Miss Char-
lotto Hall, .Miss Frances Olllet, Judge
Perry, MrdW. W. Ilall.nnd Mr! T. Soy
Mr. and Mis. John Leslie Oonlon of
New Voik who aro enJolng u stay of
ISS IXLA WIGHT gave a
ven njrtb!c dance last
.-jtuidnj cnliiB at Hie
Wider n-i-hUnce at Wniltl
kl, In honor f Mr Douglas
Dimim who h.ivei the end
of the month to continue his btudles
In the Hast The lawn mis attiactlvc
with many colored Japanese 1 interns,
entwined with pepper boughs .ml the
largo ldnal outside was cffpctlxily
adorned with red carnations, palms,
and pepper boughs, which wero a mass
of red berries The Inner lainl was
beautified with masses of deep purple
asters hanked up everywhere. Those i
present at the dance were Mr. and
Mrs. nidiurd Cooke, Mr. and Mrs
Chester Livingstone Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Damon, the Mls'cs llattlo Lucas,
Alice Cooke, Allco lledeiniinn, Dorothy
Mosher, Ueatrlce Castle Sura l.ucas
Jetslo Kennedy, Allrp Cooper, CJen
ovluvo Lnngton, Uls.i Schnefer. lietio
Fisher, Muriel llowatt. Ilnnlet Hutch,
I). Smallwood. the Mlses Alexander.
Kopke, Margaret Catton Itenny Cat
ton fiemnin Wadman Kthel Spihlln'
Allco Spabllnt; and the Messis. Thein
dor Cooke Hnroli Castlo Fied ".'Ich
mm, I.awienco .ludd lMmund Hede
man, KrlhiR lledpinann, Ollthrlst
Hatch, Alexander Walker, iJeorpo
Ilrunn, Oilier UansliiK, Nelson l.'ins
ItiR, I'arrar Itenton, (1. Itenton, I'ted
l.onrcy, A. Uiwrej and others.
A cry pietty ccienionj took place
Wodnesdaj nfternoon, when Mrs ,lolui
P. Krilni.m, daUKhter of Mr mid Mrs.
I, P Dllllni;ham In tin pn euce ot
a representatlio K.ithci incr, of Honolulu
society piuplo thrlBteneil tin- diedKcr
"California" b lirxiklm. a bottle of
clianipJKiio oier Iho Ihiu of thu boat,
''he lnmo essel Rllded swiftly mid
taflly down this ways and, amid cheers
Hum n niiiltltude of ieuplo, floated
Kracefully Into Honolulu haibor. Mr.
Waltei Di HiikIijiii, iresldent of thu
Hawaiian DredKlus Company, icceUed
coii'jiatul lilons on all sides, and was
the centie Nif an ailmlrlnK Rroup of
inlhuslasilc filenls iluiiiii;iiiut thu nf
ternoon Tho follonliiK l.ullis and
KtntkniPii occupied seat. on the plat
foim crecteil near one end of tho e.i
id, Tor tho linlted KUestb. Ooxernor
wid Mrs Fiear, Mr and Mrs. 11. 1".
nilllnphiun, Mr. ami Mrs John P. Krd
man, Mr. mid Mrs. Harold Dilllimbnm
Capt. mid Mri. Itces, Civil Knglncpr
PaikH, II. S. N., Civil nnritieur llun ell
U. S. N Mr. and Mrs. Illllbon of New
York, Mr. um: Mrs, Robert Atkinson,
.Mrs. Alutau Atklniun, Mr, nnd Mrs.
Jultii S Wnl her, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Cooke, Mr, and Mrs. Aithtir
Ilroun, Mr. and Mis, Harry Dcnlsou,
Mrs. tlenltt Wilder and others.
I Mrs. W, W. Hall entertained In a
delightful maimer on Wednesday at
"Amiuiue," thu Hall summer homo nt
I Pearl City In honor of Mrs. W. II
, Dinliam of Cincinnati who leaves for
ho re homo in a fortnight. Thu lunch
ion tabler gracefully adorned with
v.ifes of goldtn shower blossoms, wcru
Hit on tho lawn beneath oicrhunglng
boughs, mill theio tho happy guests
Hit down to u delicious lep.ist. Tlioto
present besides thu guest of honor.
Mis. Ilenhniii, nnd Mist Charlotte
Hall, weio Mrs. II. F, Dilllnghiim.
Mrs .1 oli it S Mc(iiew', Mrs, Amliuiv
Puller Mm. V C. Jones, Mrs. II. A.
.limes, Mis, J P Krilmnn, Mib, Henry
Wateihouio, Mis. Wlllanl Iliown, Mrs.
ninl nurses, had a merry fiollc on tho- uttiul gaiety, with balls, receptions
l.iwn, dm; happily In Ibe'K.iiiil with and dinners galore-, which will hu do
shovels n,id spades piovlded by the Iightful nftei, til1 tpltcl of thu pasi
giadous hostess and oven had n bath , mniiiicr nioiilhs,
In tho sua, after which icfreshmeuts
cre K-rved on the nltniellvo lnii.il,
l.lttlo MIkh Wall was u very attentive
hostess and took plcasiiro In making
her snull Kuests have i pleasant after
Miss P.lla A. Fleleher arrived on thu
Hlloulau for an exteude.l visit Vlth
her sister, Mr, I.. IX Thayer, and her
nephew, Wwlo Warren Thayer. M'lt
rietcher, who comes from New Yniic,
A miniber of people hive chosen
August for their out of-iUato Jaunts,
Thu lteuil P. Kehweilns and Miss
Maudu O'Connor will sail for HonoluTii
on tho tvientj-fourth, and another pai
ty of frb-mls aio planiHug a Tubltn
trip. Miss Kiiu.KI. (lo.ir and hei
ii'Otlier'VIII sail for IMrupu III August
S. V. Kvimluc.
Mr, K. D. Tenney went up to tho
Coast on tho I, inline ' He mill Join i
has a reputation as' ft iihltosoiihlcil
writer, having published n number of j his fuuill) at l.alte Taboo, ami nrtcr.n
hooks, iiinong which mo "Thu Law iiiotoi tilti In that vicinity, they will
of thu Itythmlc Ilruath," ami thu "Phll-
l.tithcr Severance, Mrs. M. J. Illssell
Mrs. II, P. Walbrldge, Mrs. 1. C.
Clarke, Miss Margaret Clarke, Miss F
Johnson, Miss Carpenter, Mrs. 12. W.
Sutton, Miss n. Sutton, Mrs. W. I.
Whitney, Mrs. Malcolm Mclntyro, Mrs
Wndhams, Mrs. W. C. Hohdy, Miss
Kllzsibeth llardaway, Miss S. Plnder
Mrs. A. Lewis, Mrs. A. Francis Judd
Mrs. Albert Wnterhousu and Mrs. Vun
Tho oiuagenipnt Is nnnoiinced of
Miss Urooko Iloso to Frederick P
Huttings. Mlss-Rosu has just re
tin tied from Honolulu and Japan after
nn nhcenco of several jeurs, and Is
thu gucBt of Mr. and Mrs. Klrkham
Wright In Scott street. Tho hrldo to
ho Is n daughter of thu late A. II.
Rose, one of tho early merchants of
San Krnnelsco, nnd a nlccp of Mrs.
Selden 8. Wright, of this city. Slic
Is n cultured charming girl, and n
member of tho Colonial Dames, nnd
tho Daughters of tho Confederacy, Mr.
Hastings comes from a well known
Doston family anil is a grandson ot
Thomas. Huntings, composer of thai
beautiful h) inn, "Rock of Ages." Ho
Is u graduate of tho Uoston Conscrv.
utory of Music, nnd possesses a su
perb voice, which Iiuh frequently been
heard in concert, sharing tho applause
with MadaniOiNordlca, Tho tlmu of
Iho wedding has not been mentioned
but it is known that after tho wedding
Mr. Hastings and his hrldo will innko
their home In Now York, whuru the)
loth havu many friends. Examiner.
The hillrnom of tho Alexander
Young hotel wns thn scene of u bril
liant assemblage Monday evening, thu
several weeks at tho Alexander Young ' osophy of Host." Shu Is a sitcciul
Hotel and who Intend to return hero I writer for tho New York Ueinld mid
next winter, met many friends on thoj will probably do soinu wilting for that
transport Ixignn, and entertained at n paper while here,
heautlliilly appointed luncheon Mujori
Smith mill his family. Major. Smith I Mrs. William Cluff nnd hor pretty
belong to tho Medical Corps, and Is a daughter, Miss Florence, me enter
brilliant unci fascinating mnh, Mr. tabling a trio of friends fiom Hounlu'u
Cordon, being a Now York financier, nt their sunituer home In Herkcley. A
nnd" Mrs (Jordon's father having been pre-ll) luliclu-on was given In honor ot
one of the largest shipbuilders In tho the vl.vltois Mrs. Kdwnnl Kelley, Miss
country tho Gordons have many J Wllllo Kelley nnd Mis. Noonnn, Ibis
friends In tho Army and Navy, and so ' aternoun. Others sharing in his bos-
RAT and ROACH Paste
A tSa boi l tltirnt' Eltctrlo Ptita will kill oil ll the iiti and mica In houit In I tlnot nlahl
Oookroaohes, Viator Bugs and Oihor Vermin
r also quick)? klllad. Beadr mlird tor uio. Tba ontr niaranteed axtermlnnor.
lOUr oruBIIfc will rciuuu jruur uiuuv 11 uwa uu, w - .
(Lkintla., I.l. kxl 00. HI rulill r nrtM ariaaM.
ITUIINt- CLECTmC fAlTC CO.. CMICAOS, ILL.
find themselves quite nt homo In any
Mrs. Charles Wollman Parks was
the hnste-ss Wednesday evening nt a
charming dinner given nt tho Alex
ander Young hotel. The dining table
was beautifully' decorated Willi exipil
site American lleauty roses and fuath
ciy maidenhair, Tho placo cards, rep-
pltalllv weio Mrs. Oeorge Downey
Mis. John Landls, Mis. TlreyiL, Ford
.Mis. John (iallway and Mrs. John
l'lsb. San Francisco (ilohe,
Hejmnur Hall, tho fllnnceo of Miss
Itulh Houghton, sailed on tho Mon
golia July s!2ml for a six weeks' VI ill
with his family in Honolulu. Dm lug
his uhscuco thu nttiactivo Oakland
rescntlm; nttrnctlvo Chinese momoh, l hello will spend tho tlmo nl Cedars,
were painted by Miss Ester lug. Civil .near the Summit. S. F. Uxamlner
Kiiglneeraiid Mrs. Parks guests worn:
Dr. and Mrs. John 8. Mcdiew. Capt.
and Mrs. Moses, Miss J-'iuar Miss I'.llz
nbeth llardaway, dipt. Snder, II. S.
M. C, mid Dr. Charles II. Cooper.
Ilrlgadler-Ciencrnl Murray, U. S. A..
Mrs. Murray and tho Misses Sadie and
Mr. Hall Is visiting his pareuls, Mr.
and Mrs. W.xW. Hall. Tho family arc
down ut Pcail City Just now hut will
icliiin to Honolulu next week. '
Mr. and Alls. I, It. Hums weio de
parting passengers on the Teujo Mnrit
on Tllesilnv fill- Vokfibiimii. Afte,- li.
Cnrollno Murray aro among our well ,MB ,( nouolulu nemly two )e-us, (hey
nuunu servieu laiiuue-s, nun urc ui
pfesent In this city, having arrived
rt nin thn Far Rast via Honolulu on
tho hist Oceanic sjpamer. Miss Cnro
llno was n duhuttiiila of lust wlnler In
Washington City, where her wit nnd
fascinations marked her ns tmo of the
most delightful of 'Iho jouuger set.
During their visit In San Francisco
thn family will ho extensively entei
tallied H. F, Examiner,
Mis. Arlhpr Wall's chlldien's party
last week Thurlay. at tho Lowers'
occasion being the Invitational ilanco beach hodso. was a delightful affair.
given by tho maiingement. A number .-f,y m,0 t,B attended by molhcis cers wil'l Iniiiigurato a bcason of un
of Informal littlo dinner parties iro-l , ,.,.
weio very loth to depart. After visit,
lug rjhanghai Hongkong ami ly-ll.i.
ninl passing through tho Sue, canal,
tlu-y will stay ut Calm for a shoit
I lino. After spending sclmo timet In
Pails, Mr. mid Mis. Hums will return
to their homo in Nuw York in tho
couiso of a year's lime.
II Is welcome news, not only to thu
A i my nnd Navy people In Hpnnlulu,
but to society In general, that Iho Pa
clllBlb'et, under tho command of Ad
inltn'l Sebien, will arrlvo hero Septem
ber 15th. Tho coming of so many oil!
pinhahly nil luivu for Nowpoit News
when Miss Tenney will christen thu
now Mitson stunner Wllheliulua.
Colcnot Sc'ifi -or nnd Major Fosler
of thu I'lflh Cnvolry Jeft on tho trans
pint Logan nn-Tuesday. Col. $chuvlci
will icliirn In'Scptenihei, wbllo .MuJor
Foster, who has a four months' leave,
will bo away some tlmo.
Tho many filends of Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. HnieiHou will ha delighted to
hear that tbev- lll leave Cm ope about
tho middle of October on their Journey
homeward to Hawaii.
Mis. John Watt, wlfo of Mtui'igor
Walt of 01 m ojantntlim, c-inio down
I roin Hawaii Inst week with her two
(hlblicn, nnd departed Tuesday on 'the
l.uillnu foi S-in Francisco.
Lieut. Chilton, post nu irtcrnvisln'
of the Twentieth Infantry, dcp-iilcd
Tuesday en thu' transport l.ogiiu for
California. Hit has been gi anted leave
for tevcrul months.
Mih. Kllrnhcth Mason 'Poller, sister
of Mrs, Silas W. Teiry, so well kno-vii
In Honolulu, died at Annapolis dining
Iho second week In July.
Mr, Reynold McUruw was n guest
lit liwn phint'itlou for a few d.i.iu dur
liig tho week, vhltlnt; Allan Kenton,
ion of Manager Ronton.
Mr. W. Moutroso Oruhain left Tuns
dny on the Manila l.oa nu a business
till) to Kona. Mrs. (lialiain acciuii
paulcd her hush mil,
Mr. Doughs Damon lelurned fiom
Illlo last R.itiiiday nu tho Manna ICea
Ho has Jieeu the guest of 1 lei belt
Shlpmau for ten da.
Captain Snyder, United Slates Ma-
lino Coii3, will depart for tho Philip.
' GEARY STREEf ABOVE UHIOH SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRARCI5
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
CLAjuHLdoiatown hotel. Stel and
trick iltucUte., FurnUhed at a coil of
$150,000. Eiiii comfort and eonient
onct. On car lines transfetiing to all
pattt of cltj. Omnibus meeti an trains
tnd tteaners. .
Now recoRtiized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "IRAWETS."
pines on thu ncL tfanspoit from S.in
Mm. 7., K. Mejcrs has Issued Invi
tations for n shlitwalst luncheon for
noxt Satuulay at her aitlstic KaimuhJ
Miss Hen Taj lor Is visiting In His
uolulii, having ennui down from Ha
waii lust Saturday on tho Manna Kea.
Mis, Jordan nnd Miss Victoria Jor
dan mo going down to Walhawa today
(o. spend two weeks at Mrs". Unmn's.
Mis. Luther Suvermuo of Illlo is
the guest of -Mis. P. C Jones at her
humo In Niiuuini Viillej.
Thn Mlssos l.ydla and Julia Mc
Stoeker weio outgoing passengeis on
Iho I. in line on Tuusdiiy,
A Skin of Beauty is a Jay Forever
fR. T. FELIX GOIRAIJD'S ORIENTAL
YJ CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
rrrckle. Moth l ,tcl.c,
llitU, unit bklo UiHMfFH,
rtn riij uit miru
on traulK. nlil
flea, lit lectin!), It
llANKtlMail ttlC trKt
(t n Tpurt, nan
U q harii It m
la i rottrrlr m ,
Atxft t nocotiulcp
Ifkt ( iluilia,
nme pr, I. i
finyr nil to 4
iilj ot lliti lnut
t rt 4 iMIruO:
"At you Ulut
Will UM tt D.
1 rftenfn m nil
tflui-iiuilM frtHni (l the lt-Mt harmful 1 f U tl
Alt rrrpjruloit " rr win ly uMuruinciiio nt l-trtey
Uootli i)i ftlrri lit tho Uiillvil bUl, Oaiwda WiU Lurut
fUXT.UfioUKS, Pits, 3 Gi:it Jcnes S'lttl, Net TV
ceded thu dance and many guests had
their coffee and liqueur served on tho
roof garden, Tho hcoiio wns indeed a
beautiful ono; tho moon shouo over
head llkn a beacon light nnd cast Its
beams on palms and ferns derklo't
them nil in lovely robes of fronted Ml
vor tho bewitching silcnco of thu
tropic night and then alt at onco the
fabclnutlng music of tho ukulele mid
tho song3 of tho Hawaiian singers
floated u it to us us wo sat iiu-lor I1--ktnrs,
and enticed us all Into tho bril
liantly lighted ballroom, wheru vm
Joined tho happy Huong of danceis
Tho ball was a great bucccsb In ovory
way and was a unlit co of much enjoy
inent to all thosu who woio picsont.
Tlirougli tho courti-R) of Major
Wlnslow, wlio veiy kindly furnished
a permit for tho visit, Dr. MeClrow
took n patty o( friends to jeo tho 101-
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