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We beg to call the attention of the ladies of Honolulu to our Autumn Millinery Opening ;' ?7
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Monday Morning, Sept. 13th, at 8:00 o'clock . . ,
A showing of imported Hats, in all of the new shades, among which are Porcelain, Olive,
Mustard, Salmon, and Delf Blue. ' '
Also, we shall have on display many beautiful Hats of our own creation, in all the new
shapes and shades.
S SACHS DRY GOODS CO;, Lt D:
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
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bniwnrMnMi -mi wrfl ('Jfffj'0
To Meet Mrs. Daly.
Mrs. Daly or lloston, WIC- if llio
uiilncnt Pronator Daly of tno M i sa-
ihiiKPtth lnstitnf or Tcc,hnnlag, who
is hero to mnko a stinly of volcinoefl
wan tlio complimented cm-it Ve.lnes
il.iy at :i daintily npp'ilntisl luncheon
given Ijy Mrs. W. It. I'nrrington of
.Anapunl stri-ci. Covers vv'ero laid fur
eight, thn guestB lUiuing tlii'lt places
.by mine mils Uccir.ited In water
'iilor with Jnpancru H'eiios. Tlio
imleiiio ccntcipleco was a dwarf palm
li 11 low brass liawl aiirrtiun-loil !y
tninll bIIUpji il iss or tho nations, which
lit tho clofco of tlio luncheon wero ells
MILmteel anions tlio KuetB an favors.
Cofieo vvns rortoil In tho drawing
H'oin. Atki'il to meet tho guest of
honor, who Is a most charming nnrl In
teresting woman, weie Mrs. Philip
I'renr. Mis. ltaymoml llinwn, Mn.
Walter Iloffinan. MrB. Alexin Clgnoiix,
Mrs. Jfiltn Tienholm W'urien and Mr.
JIIhIu Oc-ir Hall.
Miss Inukc.i came down from Kau
.Yoscmllc. Cal., Auk. 2 The al
iened propensity of Jin. Alice Itoosc
vdt l.ongwoith fur cigarette stunk
IiiE c.miu In for caustic criticism to
day li Mark Koppcl, superintendent
i of MChcolrt at l.oi Angeles, In an nil
1 drcta to thn convention of ut.itt ami
count) school supcilntcudcnt.
The speaker dcelnicil that Mrs.
Longwoith's example hail done more
than any other thine to causo the
spread of the cigarette hahlt In this
connti), and ho Eiild that her exam
plo had had "a demoralizing effect
upon the women of tho country."
Mr. Keppcl h irmniks wero mnilei
during n heated dcli.ile aroused liy n
ic-tolutlon picicnlod liy Superinten
dent .lames I). (!rnhain of I.onll
Uracil, which cillc'l upon the legla
latuic to pass a low making It a
misdemeanor for puplla In educ.i
tlonal Institutions Mippo'ted liy tho
ttnlo to io tobjeco or an i ther
Society Is looking forward with
caKor anticipation to'tho gulden par
ty to lie Khou by Cnptnlu and MrH.
HccH nctt Thurnliiy afternoon at tho
PIcacanton," In honor of Admirals
Sohrcc and Harry and thn Captains
and (Milters of tho IMelllc Fleet. Tho
Invitations were originally issued
for Wednesday, but nwlng to tho
polo nlatth promised for that ttftor-
Wc aiiu for it. You ask
for it. Wc guarantee to
give it in
Grown on the far
Heights of Ceylon
Nirvana is picked
and packed under
diiect British sup
fqr this market.
Kvery package of Nirvana Tha
is packed in lead, which preserves
its freshness, flavn;- and fragrance
Krom Tea Garden to Tea Pot.
And every pound or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea i enclosed in a card
hoard case, which bears the icgis
tcred trade mark and name of the
Nirvana Tea Company.
Sold By. AXI Grocers
noon, the ditto has liccn changed.
Tho l.awn l'eto will undoubtedly ho
oiio of the largest and most elabor
ate affairs ever Riven at tho Pica
Kinton mid la certain to bo wcll-at-
Mrs. Archibald Young cntct tallied
very lufurmally at bridge Wednesday
afternoon, at tho Alcxandct Young
ic'ldcncu nt Wnlklkl. A number of
the Invited guests who did not caro
for lirliU'u camo In Inter for n ctip
of tea. Tho guests wore: Mrs, A.
W. T. Uotlomloy, Mrs. M. K. Pros
ser, Miss Thatcher, Mis John Mc
Clellnn, Mrs. Ilorfman. Mrs. 0. 1'.
KcKnrt, Mi-3. Illrd, Mies ltd',' Jlc
C'lellan, Mis .Icidan and Miss Vic
toria Jordan, Mrs. C. C. von llamui,
Mrs. Alexander Lindsay, Mis. I.. Teti
ney Peek unit Miss (llllct.
Wnllukti, Mnul. Sept. 3. Tho
young ft lends of ICddy l.vnus. t.cm of
Supervlbor anil Mis, T. II, Lyons,
!gavo n danco nt tho Town Hall last
Saturday evening In IMdy's honor.
About sixty of the )oung people, ot
Wnllitku were present nnil spent a
very pleasntit evening In dancing.
I.anluma Club furnished music for
tho occasion. Ico cieam was sorvecl
at about midnight after which tho
guests parted. Young I.vons went to
Honolulu this week to attend St.
A ft lend In Talioe writes mo thnt
tho country horses, around tho lal.o
have nn endless chain of slmplo hoi
pltnllty thnt Is In charming contrast
to the formal life of tho Ilurllngamn
country homes. Pcoplo have learn
ed thnt an excess of servant Is an
Impediment to Hummer's Joy, ami no
one on the lake has more In help
than actually demanded. Hut tci 3
nro not In evidence, nnd long, tlic-
Fomo dinners nto tnboo, S. I'. Nevvs-
. Tho polo gamo In ho plasod nt
I.ollehua this iiftornonn between tho
Mnul team and the Onicers of tho
rifth Cavaliy, pinmlvcs to be nn ex
citing and Interesting nffnlr. Inas
much us both teams bavo had homo
Bplendld piactlco nnd naturally both
expect to bo tho winnets. A sporlal
train will tako n largo imeinblage
of spectnlois out fiom town prepar
ed to enjoy n delightful artemoon.
Miss Helen Wilder of tho well
known Wilder family of Honolulu
will pnsi tin imgli hcio next Tuesday
on tho Manchuria en mute to Japan
on a tour mound the vvoild. Miss
Wlldcr's' beautiful home "Klpn Alo
ha" nt Watsonvlllo, California Is tho
contre of much charming hospital
ity, nnd nluiy of Jlie piomlnent Ho
nolulnus who visit on thn Coast nro
entertained them nt dlffurent (Iiiich.
Mr. Griimllionime, the chemist nt
tho llutchlninn Plantation on Ha
waii, has como to lloi.olulu to meet
hl.t prospective lirlilu who will ur
ilvc from IJormany on the Mnnchu
iti with Dr. mid Mrs. Hoffman.
Pattor l'Vlmy will iperform tho mnr
iljge, nnd tho wedding trip will In
clude n visit to tho Halclwa llutol.
A merry party of twenty guests
motored out to Wullupu Mondny, whero
i Jolly picnic luncheon was bervei) on
tho lanal or the old Perry plseo. tho af
lair belt'? arranged to cclebrata tho
birthday anniversary ,of Mrs. A. N
rinclalr. Dr. nnd Mrs. Sinclair noted
as hurt and hosters. In tho nrternoon
tome of thu guests went fishing whllo
clhcr.t spout the afternoon in tho
water, walkln:; Tar out, to tho edgo or
Tho following Invltntlon lias been
Issued to nil tho prominent Micloty
necmlo In town:
Honorable) nnd Pilnccss Knlnnlannolo
lcciuest tho plcnsuro of jour
Company tit n leccpllon to bo given
In honor of Congressional Pnity
on Thui sday evening, September
Sixteenth, from, clght-thlity to
eleven, o'clock, nt
Among the passengers to nrrlvo
fiom San Kinnclsco bytho Manchu
ria, which Is due hero on September
H, will be Count Otnnl, n high Jnp
nneso olllclnl. Arrangements hnvo
been mudo for npnrtmcnts nt tho Al
exnndcr Young Hotel' fm tho Count
and his soTetnr.v'. 'Ho will stay over
In this city till tho departuro of tho
Chlo Maiu for the Oripnt.
Miss Hllcn llraley and Win. C.
Tuier vcie the prluclpnU Tuesday
In n pietty out-door mnrilagc, IleV.
Dnrcmus Sc'uddcr otllclatliiB. Con
giessmnn W. 0 Huston gavo the
bilde away. Tho ceremony took
place under n monkey-pod tree nt
the homo of A. II, (luiioy, Jr., In
TheCountiy Club was a sccno of
Jollity and gajrtj- last Saturday
evening, when the membeis gnvo n
chowder supper! at which several ot
tho Congressmen wero picsent. "Son
nv" Cunha's ciulntct club furnished
the music nnd among other Inter
esting fc.it u lea wag a "hula" dance
by sevei nl membeiB of the flub.
Miss nilzabeth Dowel departed for
the Co:i8L lnsl wfek nftm ti ve:n In
file Islands. Miss Dovvd comes of
cultured anil ellstliiEUslieel nncestiy
nnd nlthough romevvbnt eccentric In
elicis nnd manner. Is regnrded in
Ilos'on as n lender In nil niatteis
pei tailing to uchools nnd colleges.
Mis. Morris Je-sup Illss.nl of Ma
uoa u .in iimnng those going up to
tho toast on the Luillno Inst week.
Mlrg Ingicdew of Chlcngo, who is nf
minted with tho Chirac') Musical Col-'
lege, loft WedneseHj on tho Alameda
for San I'rar.clcco nnd homo after a
llensniit rtiy of threo weeks In Ho
nolulu, having been u guest at Mrs.
(Iray's on King sticet.
Mis. Illrney nnd Miss lllrncy, mo
ther nnd sister of Mrs. (icoigo D.i
Mes, depnrled on tho Alamcd.i for
tholr home In Kngland. They have
been very popular heic, and will bo
much missed In Honolulu social cir
cles. Tho Congressional Parly social
program has been Increased by thn
announcement of u danco to bo given
17th us n farewell to tho visitors, her two sons. Miss Stanley ncrou-
Tlio MoiieoIIi Is expected to leavo panted her giniidmothcr I.ailj ller-
wtth the nitty on September ISth. ion to Huropo where sho v.ill ba
nt tho Young
. Mrs. Clntro Williams, Mlsa Kthol
wj:i Cusllc and tho' MlEses-Cluiia nnd
Hdlth Wlllliiras mo touring Swllzer
la'nd. nnil icccntly liiul n delightful
visit with Mis. "Mabel Wing Cns.o
Mr. and Mrs. - Charles Cay nnd
family, who fi'ivo been guests ul tho
Alexander Ycnn; Hotrl for u fow
duys, ilrpmlrl Tucs'lny on tlio "KI
nnu" Tor K Utah
Mm. Wll'lam Stanley has iaken a
eeinifurlr.lil') luiu'i" In VI. tin la wheio
September she will cti!"ul Rcvornl inonths with
placed In nn Kngllsh School,
Mr, nnd Mrs.' I.. Tcnnoy Peck, nn I
Mrs. Locke, have tcturned to their
homo In Wilder Avcfnuo after spend
ing several delightful weeks nt Kaa
lawnl. Mr. Cefll llrown'a plncc, bu
jeiiul Diamond Head.
Mis. Alevtiidcr (i. llawes, Jr.. af
ter n pleasant suiumer spent on Ha
waii, Is planning l return to lb no
lulu In October. . '
Doctor llodglus has been n guest
of Dr. nnd Miu, IlimiplirU in Ijiu
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EAL1ZING the growing need in the Islands for
a piano, and pipe organ tuner and repairer of
than ordinary ability, .wc have succeeded in
securing the services of one of the lc'ading experts in
California. This expert is now in our employ, and is
prepared to properly tune pianos and organs and
and overhaul and repair actions. Wc will also make
a specialty of
Polishing and ref inishing oases by tho
same method employed in factories.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Bergstrbm Music Co.,
Ltd., Odd Fellows' BE, Fort near King
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