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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., 8ATURDAY, SEPT, 25, 1909
New Wash Dress Goods
HANDSOME DISPLAY OF PRETTY.
GOODS AT LITTLE PRICES
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New White Curtain Swiss
In stripes, dots and a variety of designs.
6 yards for 91.00
20 per yard. 30 er yard.
S5 per yard. 35 per yard.
New Styles in the Celebrated
Styles to suit all figures. This corset is noted for its grace and
New Lingerie Dresses
Some simple in design and ornament; others beautifully trimmed.
All eauallv stylish. '
White ground with Pink, Blue, Lavender and Yellow designs. B
e effect, very new and pretty.
A very dainty, sheer material. White ground with Fink, Blue, Gr
1 Lavender designs. 30 inches wide, 25 per yard.
White cround with colored designs; nice quality; 30 inches wide,
15 per yard.
A most beautiful fabric for the new coat suits and is very stylish
trimmed with the large wash crochet buttons.
Jackets and Coats
We are showing some very nobby things in Ladies' White Lace
Jackets and Coats. Quite the thing for Honolulu.
New Trimmings New Neckwear
New . Veilings
New Goods in Every Department
Don't overlook our handsome display of fall
New Princess Slips
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
jt SOCIAL -CHATTER isbe HOME TALK .
NOW that the Congressional
Party has gone on Its way
rejoicing, and the crulr
lune betaken themselves to
engage in other pursuits,
for the past week, Honolu
lu has settled ilown to Its normal
state. This rest which the .partici
pants In the festivities, given in hon
or of our distinguished guests, must
have been a grateful change, for al
though delightful, It was strenuous.
The last week of the stay of those
whom Honolulu delighted to do lion
, or,' was Oiled with entertainments.
Thc dances at the Moana anu
"Vouiir's Hotel ure nlwuys popular,
nnil the manager of thebo hotelrles
Knows how to give the guests the
fullest measure ot cnomcnt. The
I'olo Dall given at the Moana wni
one to bo remembered, many beau
tiful gowns wero In cvldcnro, iln't
us usual this yearly function was
one ot the best. Captain and Mrs.
Corwln Itees' reception given In hon
or ot Admiral Scbree, Admiral Harry
and, the Officers of the Pacific Fleet,
was beautiful in all ItH appointments.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hatch's elabor
ate supper given Wednesday even
ing' In honor ot tho Congressional
Parjy at beautiful San Soucl, was
much enjoyed. General and Mrs. Mr
Clellan also received one afternoon
at ' their home In Nuuanu Valley;
'Prince Kalanlanaole, and his charm
ing wlfo did their part In entertain
ing most royally nt an Evening Re
ception, at their beautiful Walkjkl
.Home. The many dinners, teas and
smaller cntcrnlnments was conclu
' she proof of how the people ot these
'islands of the Mid Pacific show their
' hearty wclcomo to strangers who visit
I their shores.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Van Rensselaer
were host and hostess at a charming
dinner, which was given Sunday
evening at the Moana,, Hotel; din
ner was served at eight o'clock, the
decorations were plnkv twelve guests
who seated at the circular table,, tho
main decoration being a large bas
ket filled with American Beauty ro
ses, these exquisite flowers Bhedding
a sweet fragrance during the re-
I post, Around tiio handlq ot the
basket tiny electric light bulbs wero
.arranged, with dainty silk shades,
'representing pink roses, which, gavo
n most artistic effect, whllo there and
there silver candelabra, with roso
shades dotted the table. Cunhn's
Orchestra furnished the music for
tho occasion, a number of Hawaiian
airs were rendered by request, ana
morougmy enjoyed by me guests.
Mrs. Van Rensselaer looked attrac
tive In a Paris gown of smoked gfey
chiffon cloth, with embellishments ot
lace. Mrs. Henry Dutton of San
.Francisco was stunning in a crush-
We aim 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
ditect British sup
lor this market.
Every package of Nirvana Tea
is packed in lead, which preserve!
its freshness, flavor and fragrance
Prom Tea Gard ;n to Tea Pot.
And every pound or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea js enclosed in a card
board case, which bears the regis
tered trade mark and name of the
Nirvana Tea Company.
Sold By All Grocers
$; 7 r
od strnwberry liberty satire, an ex
quisite black piituro hat, with a
white llird of Paradise, completed
the costume. Thoso present bcsldo
tho host and hostess were Mr. and
Mrs. Henry" Dutton, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Iers, Miss Jessie Kaufman,
Miss Harriet Hatch, Mr. Lansing
Mlzner and Mr. William a. Irwin.
Saturday afternoon the Officers ot
the U. S. S. South Dakota gave a
Dance In honor of the younger set,
from three thirty to six o'clock. Tho
quarter deck was beautifully decor
ated for the occasion, wjillo the
bhlp's orchestra dispersed 'dreamy
waltzes and Inspiring two steps. Tho
afternoon was unusually cool; main
ly on nccount of the sh,lp being an
chored outside, which promoted tho
zest for dancing. During the after
noon, Captain Smith tho gallant
skipper of tho South Dakota decor
ated each ono of tho "fair sex" with
a ship's ribbon, bearing the name
ot the South Dakota In raised gold.
A fow of Hide, present wero Miss
Violet Damon, Miss Vera Damon,
Miss Ruth Tauner ot Washington, D.
C Mrs. Elizabeth Church, Mrs.
Doedfeld, Miss Harriet Hatch, Miss
Spalding, Miss Allco Spalding, Miss
Dertha Kopko Miss Alice Cooper,
Miss Wadman, Miss Deatrlce Castle,
Miss Helen Quarrels and many others.
On last Wednesday evening at tho
icsldence ot Mrs. F. J. Llndeman,
the Rev, Father Simpson united In
marriage Mr. Herbert Stanley Simp
son and Miss Marie U Colmar, both
of this city, Mr. Simpson has been
for many years In, the employ ot V;.
0. Hall and Sons and the bride Is a
sister of Mrs, Llndeman, Tho wod
ding was a very quiet affair, only
relatives of tho. contracting parties
being, present. The house was very
tastefully decorated with slmllax
and white carnations. The brldo
wore n princess gown of embroidered
whlto mull, ami carried a shower
bouquet of bridal roses. On a largo
tablo In tho ante room wero a num
ber of handsomo presents In cut
glass and siVver, a beautiful set ot
. Havlland china representing tha
aloha of his fellow employees. After
tho wedding supper, amid a shower
of Confetti, rice and shoes, an auto
whisked the couple away to tho Pen
Insula, where they will Bpcnd thq
honeymoon at tho Hall residence. Mr,
anil Mrs, Simpson will bo at homo
after Oct. 1st nt their residence on
A vory protty wedding took plnco
at tho Chapel at Walklkl last
I Wednesday evening when Father
Valentino united in marrlnge Miss
Mary J. Ackermnn and Mr.
Thomas A. O'llrlen. Preceded by
tho ushers, Messrs. Itycioft ami
jSowalllsh, and ,tho bridesmaid, Miss
I Ilolle 'McCorrlston, Miss Ackermnn
I moved up the aisle on the nrm of
I Mr. Robert McCorrlston and met
! the bridegroom at the chancol, Tho
church was tastefully decorated
and tho ceremony .short and Imprcs-1
slvc. The bride and bridesmaid I
were charmingly gowned In white
and carried tiugo boquets of roses, j
Aiicr ino tcicmony n tow irwuus ioi-
lovcdstho couple .to the McCorrls
tons, wlicl'c'''the usual festivities
held sway dnlll the oung couplo
managed to'gct away and were driv
en by .auto to the Dreler country
home beyond Nlu, 'where they will
spend the honeymoon.
Sundny ccnlng, .tho Wardroom
Ofllcers of tlie U. S. S. West Virginia
gue a dinner iu honor ot some of
the debuntunfes' of Honolulu, Mrs.
Olassforil, wlio looked stunning in
blue satin, chaperoned tho party.
1'he tablo was profusely decorated in
Jackmlnot roses, ship ribbons with a
West Virginia seal pin attached, was
found ut the pl.uo ot each guest, and
greatly almlivd. Miss Allco Spald
ing was a picture in" a cream princess
frock, with touches ot blue, Miss
Spalding woie a flowered bluo mulle,
which was extremely becoming.
Among thoso present were Lieuten
ant and Mrs. Olussford, Miss Roso
McClellan, Miss Vera Dimon, Msi
Ethel Spalding, Miss Allco Hcdemnn,
Miss Alice Spnldng, Miss Joscphono
McClellan, Lieutenant Moses, U. S.
M. C; Lieut. Kilgorc, U. S. M. C;
Ensigns Pond, Spears, Hartlgan, Al
lan, Jcains and many others
Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis M. Swanzy entertained nt
dinner In honor ot Admiral and Mrs.
Scbree, the decorations and appoint
ments of the table wero elaborate
This Colonial home Is one ot the
most beautiful In Honoluu, Its Ori
ental tnpcstiles, rugs and nrt trea
sures, makes a fit setting for tho
gracious host and hostess, who un
derstand so thoroughly tho art of
entertaining, and giving pleasure lo
their guests. After several hour ot
social Intercourse around tho fcstlvo
board, dinner was adjourned, and
black coffee, liquors and cigars wero
served on the lanal. Later llridgo
was Indulged in until a Into hour.
Thoso present wero Mr. and Mrs.
Swanzy, Reur-Admiral and Mrs. So
breo, Captain and Mrs. Corwln Rces,
Major Dunning, Mr. William a. Ir
win and Mr, Lansing Mlzner,
Mhs Violet Damon, Miss Vera Da
mon, Miss Harriet Hatch, and u num
ber of others belonging to this year's
debutantes wero the hostess ut an
enjoyable plcine given Saturday at
Moanalua in honor of some of tho
Junior Ofllcers ot tho Pacific Fleet.
Most of tho "party motored to the
beautiful valley, where luncheon wns
served, while a few energetic ones
rode horse back. The day was Ideal
for n n outing, and the function wns
pronounced a success by tho ninny
guests In attendance
MrB. Ilyron K. Ilnlrd of Hllo, Hn
wall, VIhj has-been visiting for tho
past month with her brother und sis
ter, Captain nnd Mrs. Wilbur of tho
Artillery U. S. A. will return to her
home on the Lurll,nc, Tuesday. M'.s.
Ilnlrd, formerly Miss Kathcitno Wld
dlflcld wns one of tho belles of Ho
nolulu. During hcr-short stay, num
erous entortalnraents have ,bren giv
en in her honor, her friends vying.
with each other to glo this popular
jouiiK matron mi cnjojulilo time,
Mrs. Il.ilnl lias n number of old
friends In tho Pacific lleul ami Inn
had n number (if dlnncri and lun
cheons, given In her honor, aboard
tho dlffvrct cutsets.
Mis. i:. AiiRintlne uonlntid ciilcr-
(nlned Thursday afternoon nt her
pi city bungalow on Thurston Ave.
In honor of Mrs, John Irwin,' wife of
I P.i master Irwin of the U. 8. S. West
I Virginia. Tho guests wero Invited
nun 1 to ,C; tho guc.it nt honor look
ed cli.iriiilng In n lingeilo gown, with
lm re picture hat; and won tho
honrts of nil by' her gracious manner.
The most wonderful musical instrument
the world has ever seen
THE greatest step forward made in any musical instrument since
the advent of the Victor. There is no horn. The music comes
froraa beautiful cabinet which is nn ornament to any diaw
ing room. All mechanical sounds arc shut in by a lid. "Where
docs the music come from?" you ask. Beneath the lid of the Victrola
is a turntable on which is placed the Victor record. From there the
tone is carried through the arm down to the sound board surface,
which amplifies and reflects it. The music comes through a little door
in the side of the cabinet,
A moment's inspection of the Victrola will convince you that it has
no equal. We will be pleased to sh ow it and have it play for all visitors
at our afore. .
Bergstrom Music Co.,
Ltd., Odd Fellows' Bid., Fort near King
2t' .. ifeate a ''.x' 'AwVufc'
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