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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU,' T. II , SATURDAYS' OCTi-13i-ty jug
NEW GOODS NOW
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tIi. Burlaps iH it
'" ' "' All. Colors, V. ',M
20o Quality .;.;; ?'.M5fi
,' , '' MONDAY, TtfEsW'1 ' , ,
nd WEDNESDAY. ,
Linen Torchon Lace
10c Quality 5 yd
12 yd. piecei.
$2 25 Quality 81.00 a biece
40 inches wide.
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35o Quality ".'. .!..,.. 25
MONDAY, TUESDAY '
75c Quality . t 55 a yd
New White Goods
In mercerized and satin finish. We have just opened a pretty line
of new white coo.ls suitable for suit3, skirts, waists and men's shirts.
MERCERIZED WHITE GOODS, special value 20 a yd.
MERCERIZED WHITE GOODS, stripes and figures, pretty designs,
U.V and 30c a yd.
CROSS BAR AND CHECKED WHITE LAWN, sheer and fine, 15
WHITE DIMITIES, fine and sheur. at 20c a yd. ,
DOTTED SWISS, for Diesses, neat patterns, 20 and 25 a yd.
EMBROIDERED DRESS SWISSES, new patterns, 30 a yd.
FRENCH P. K., 35 and 40? a yd.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
N. S. SACHS
New Fall Knit Goods
A NEW ASSORTMENT JUST OPENED,,
NEW KNIT SCAHFS, white and delicate colors, 91.25.
NEW SILK MIXED SCARFS, -in cream, very pretty, 82.75.
KNIT SHAWLS, in white, pink, blue and cardinal, 81.50.
WHITE KNIT SHAWLS, large sfee, extra quality, 82.00 each.
ICE WOOL SHAWLS from'81.50 ud.
SILK SHAWLS WTTH FBINQE. 82.75 upward.
Butteriok's November Patterns and
Delineator Now On Sale
: "New Fall Dress Trimmings
An immense new stock just opened of the latest creations in this
teason't DRESS TRIMMINGS. These include many exclusive patterns.
NOVELTY JET TRIMMINGS. SILK EMBROIDERED BANDS.
... - TRIMMINGS IN EVERY CONCEIVABLE COLOR.
GOLD COMBINATION TRIMMINGS. ,,,,
NARROW SILK TRIMMINGS, in pretty combination colon.
The'NEW RAT TATL'TRDJtMINO.
JET NAIL HEADS in different sites. . , ,
ISLAND ORDERS receive prompt and careful attention. ' SeW'Yor
LACE DOOR PANELS. ' White and Ecru, ,50iJ
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
DRY GOODS CO., LTD;
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SOCIAL CHATTER sbe: HOME TALK. ;ii
TIIKKE has been a decided ces
sation hi thu toclal alTalis
of Honolulu during the past
week, most of tho enter
taining :iaa &cen of an In
formal natiuu Luncheons,
bridge anil dinner parties have occurred
to break tho monotony of soc il Ho In
town The coming and going of the
smart set Is dally gotslp, for those
who have summored out of town arc
returning, nnd those who hao been
ubioad itro homeward bound, while
others who decided to postpone their
summer vncntlon, in order to upend
the holiday Biason with their dear
ones on the mainland, are busy mak
ing pieparatlous. In order to carry
out that project Mrs. Frank Rlth
nnlson, who has 'lot being going out
social!) on nciount of the death ot
her sister, will leno on the China,
the 3U)h of Octobei for San Fran
cisco. Mr. Itlcliaidson will Join his
wife shottl) before Christmas In tho
Western metropolis. Tho Jack Galls
who hnvo been touring Euiopo for
the past six months, ore III Now
York, after the big Thanksgiving
footlmll names, thei will start home
ward, nnd nnlut In Honolulu to
Mr. and Mrs James Kcnncdr havo
taken npaitments at the St, l'rnncls,
In San Finuilsco; during their to
Jmirn In California, Miss Irene Fish
er will be the guest of Miss Jessie
Kennedy at U.TJ Victoria Street.
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Dinner Dance at Country Club. I
At the country uuu on tuesuny
evening, n dinner part was given by
Doctor and Mrs Monsarrat In honor
of Mrs. Julian Monsnrrnt. The party'
motored to tho prett) Club house;.
dinner was served at 7:30. The ta
btu decorations wero red and white
carnations, nnd nsptrngus fern.
i;.il!i place enrd bore a snap shot
picture, taken at Knpapnln llanch
the guests all having at some time,
hi en guests at that place, which Is
the home of Mrs. Monsarrat. A
quintette club pln)ed during dinner,
nnd luler for dancing. Those present
beshu the host and hostess nnd their
guest ot honor, were Mrs. Jack Dow
st.lt, Mrs. Ilavmond, Miss Athalto
I.evey, Miss Violet Makce, Miss Mc-
intjre. Miss Maggie Mcintyre, Mr.
(Jiorgc II llobertson, Mr. Sam Wal
ker, Mr. Itobcit McCorrlston, Mr.
Piunk Mclntjri', Mi. Herbeit Dow-
bett and Mr James Mclnutny.
Miss Rhodes' Supp:r.
Miss Ada Hhodes cntertnlned at a
burtet suiiptr Munday, in honor of
l Mr and Mrs. Prnncls (lay, of Kauai
anil Mr. and Mrs Onirics Alston of
Ilcrkoley, Cal. The house was do
conitcd appropriately for the occa
sion. After supper, "llrldge Whist"
was ptajed, and pretty prizes weio
awarded. Those present Included
most of the gucits, who had par
taken of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Oaj's
hospitality at a litnino party, given
WEEK'S SOCIAL CALENDAR.
Tho Arthur Wall's House Party.O I,
The William Castle's nuRetiSuppar.
, Judge and Mrs. Dole's Drcakfast. t,u
Mr. and Mrs, C, Hang's Dinners ,,eS(
Monday: ,. n o
Miss Ada nhodes' liuffet Supper, j'1
Mr. and Mrs. lien Baldwin's Dinger.. .
Mrs. Charles Cooper's Luncheon. ji
Japanese Consul's Luncheon. t ,
Luncheon at the Kngllsb. Consulate.
Oovcrnor and Mrs, Frear's Dlnnern ?
aim for it. You ask
Wc guarantee to
Grown on the far
Heights of Ceylon
Nirvana is picked
and packed under
diiect British sup
for tins market.
Every package of Nirvana Tea
is packed in lead, which preserves
its freshness, flavor aud fragrance
From Tea Garci .n to Tea Pot.
And every pound or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea i? es-closcd in a card
hoard case, which beais the regis
tered trade mark and name of the
Nirvana Tea Company.
misses juiuuiih mums leu, 0 aM
Mrs. carl noiioway-s supper. i..in.
Mrs. Forster's Luncheon. , ,H
Mrs. George Wntcrhouse's Tennis Tea.
Mrs. McStockor's Luncheon.
Dinner Danco at Country Club,
Dr. Hoffman's Stag Luncheon. v
Mr. and Mrs. J. Morton Klggs' Dinner,
Wednesday: .i - "
Judge nnd Mrs. Ilailou's Dinner.,,
l'a master and Mrs. Hornbergei s Dinner.
Mis. F. A. Bchnefor's Luncheon. '
Major and Mrs. Wlnslow's Dinner.
Mrs. W. It. Castle's Tea.
Mr. Jordan's Dinner. , j. ,
Mrs. Hitchcock's Muslcalo nnd Luncheon.
Doctor A. D. Clark's Dinner. ,
Mrs. James Dougherty's Luncheon., ,
talned In honor of Mr. npd
Francis Gay and Mr, and Mrs. ed,.late In the afternoon tea was
Charles Blston at bis Nuuanu Valley served by tho gracious hostess under
home. Red roses were used as nn,,tho beautiful pnlm trees; about
effective decoration; many fetching thirty guests weio present.
-Mrs. cltlpg games of tennis were witness- Tb.o,nffBlr,tKaiiiXBnjtpwpllmenlnry
to Mrs. Morrow," wlf;Hof,r Captain
Monqw, Tho table decorations were
very beautiful, nnd arUstlc, .favors
were foundat aph-, place. Those
present, were Mrs. Wlnslow, Mrs.
Samuol Wadhains, wife of Major
W. R. Castle's Buffet
frocks were worn by the bevy
joung mnlds and matrons, and ot H, and Ml 3
cdurse the conventlonpl, dinner coatp . Supper. i - -
was worn ny tne sterner sex. inose in compiinieni to airs, aeiuen
who 'participated in ,Mp , , Jjrda.n'ji Kingsbury, who has been tholr guest
hospitality wore' Mr. and, Mr. Fran-1 for the past week, Mr. and Mrs.VV.
via u.i mi, auu nil, viiuiiv. r
ston, Miss Ada Rhodes, Miss Phln-
ney. Miss Clark, .Miss Elston and
Messrs. William 'WI,llla'mson. " Bond,
Arthur Mackintosh and Clarence
R. Castl67entertafned-t a Uuff, 1 Mf." andTMri1. Rj"Dinner.
fiu nner flsturdav nvenlnir. Th buu fr.....t.. :.,HiV. ri .
M UCOUUJ KVUillllB, illT UllU iIID,
last summer on Kauai. Owing to the ' Twelve places were laid on the beau
close friendship of the guests the tlfully appointed table, which was
entertainment was most Informal, covered with a handsome damask
which added to tho enjojment of the cloth; Inserted the center of the
evening. Destdes the guests of hon- cloth, was an exquisite square oi
or. Miss Clark ot California, Miss lace, over pink silk. No set decora
Phlnuey of Southern California, Mr. tlons were used, with the exception
Arthur Mackintosh, Mr. Allison Jor- ot the' sliver candelabra with pink
dan, Mr, William Williamson and silk shades, while rose pink begonias
Mr. Hobby llond were present. and maiden hair fern were scattered.
I promiscuously over the table, giving
Paymaster and Mrs. Hornherger's a beautlfill floral effect. Those pres
Dlnner. I cut wero Judge and Mrs. Francis
I'amaster aird Mrs. Hornbcrger of Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Smith,
the Navy, gave another ot their Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooke, Judge and
charming little dinners Wednesday Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs. Selden Kings
evening. The affair was given In bury and Colonel Hawes.
honor of Mis. Selden Kingsbury.
Yellow was chosen iib tho color Mr. Jordan', nlnner.
Sold ; By AM
scheme; feathery jellow chrjsanthe-l
mums occupied tho center of the ta-'
ble, while quaint miniature baskets
with handles, containing salted al-1
monds wero found nt each place, at
tached to the handles, with yollow
Batln ribbon, were the name cards,
designating tho guests' place. Mrs.
Hornberger was becomingly clad In
a llngorlo frock, tho guest of honor
woro t heavy white silk embroidered
ciepe gown with Persian trimmings.
Those present were Paymaster and
Mrs. Hornberger, Mrs. Kingsbury,
Mr. nnd Mrs. I,. Tenney Pack, Cap
tain and Mrs. Winters nnd Mr.
Governor and Mrs. Frear's Tiinnrr.
I Tuesday, Governor anil, Mjs Picar
eiueriaineu at dinner, complimentary
to their doparture on the
Mr. Allison Jordan enter-;
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Form
home cm Punuhou
DR. T. FELIX CQUKAUTS ORIENTAL
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to Judge and Mrs. Francis Hatch, at
their home . on ...Punuhou street. lti!LT.UVUIVPtnI l.ulJua !M lV ..dresses and showor hats.
Mrs. Carl Eolioway's Supoer.
"The Holloway home, In Nuuanu
Street, was the scene of a. Jolly sup
per party, Tuesday evening, which
was given in' honor of Miss Vlven,
a guest of Mrs. Holloway. The long
supper table was decorated In chry
snnthemums, with dainty place cards
to match;. After supper the entire
party motored to Monnalua and Wnl
ktkl, Those present, were Mr. and
Mrs. Gustav Bchaefer, Miss Riven.
Miss Vera Damon, Miss Harriet
Hatch, Miss Violet Dumoni Miss
Alice, Hedeman, Miss Mosher, Mr.
George Urown, Mr. Farrar, Mr.
Sherwood Lowrey and Lieutenant
Judge and Mrs. Ballou's Dinner. f
f weanesaay evening, Judge ana
Mrs. Sidney Hallou entertained' In
honor ot Mr. and Mrs. Brio Knud;
son, at their Nuuanu '.Valley home.
tho dinner was quite elaborate,' the
table decorations ot yellow; were
both unique and original, and' pro
moted much nleasure nnd merriment!
fthe decorations by a less accomplish
ed hostess could not i; have been at;
tempted. Those present were Judge
and Mrs. Dallou, Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Knudsen, Miss L'Orange, 'a sister ot
Mrs. Knudsen, Mr. and "Mrs, James
Wilder, Doctor and Mrs. . Charles
Cooper and Doctor Hedornan.
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luncheon at British Consulate.
Airs, naipn rorstor was the 'hos
tess at one'ot the prettiest affairs ot
tho week, Tho English Consulate
never looked moro attractive than on
thls'occnslon with Its decorations o(
exquisite cut flowers covers were
laid for ten and luncheon was served
at one o'clock, during the afternoon
the game ot llrldge was' enjoyed.
ThOBe present werMrs. Ralnn Fors-
ter. Miss Oras,Mratancis.Gay ot
KairalMrg- Cbarie's Blston and Miss
JSIstpn if nerkelcy, "O'ol,, , Mrs.,. Sid
ney IlalloU.iMIss Clark, nnrluMrn.
Phinnoyof, Calll'or.nln, iMrB.IChnrles"
Forster nndMfs, Charles 'Wllden' i
, w' .
Mrs. Oeor Waterhouse's Tennis
Mrs. Gcorgo Waterhouse invited a
number of friends tq a Tennis'Tea,
Tuesday afternoon, to meet Mrs.
Eric Knudsen nnd Miss L'Ordnge.
Tle aftornoon was Ideal for tan out
ot door entertainment, and 'the wo-
men looked ptctuiesquo in' tholr fluffy
Supper Saturday evening. The Buy
per was sorved on thei beautiful cir
cular lanat ot the Castle's home,
which was decorated with palms,
hanging baskets and choice flowers.
Among those present besides the
host and hostess were Mrs. Kings
bury, Mr. and Mrs. L. Tenney Peck,
Judge and Mrs. Philip Weaver, Mrs.
Locke, Miss neatrlce Castle, Mr.
WadlianiSy .Mrs. BeldenKlngabury,
Mrs. FranlcMurrow and .Mrs,. Parks,
wife of Engineer Parks. j
Sherwood Lowrey and Mr. Allan
Mrs. Winslow'i Luncheon.
One of the most delightful of the
recent luncheons, was given by Mrs.
Wlnslow. wlfo of Major Wlnslow of
the' Engineer Corps of V. S. Army.
Mdrton Hlggs entertained at an' In
formal dinner; pink geraniums .and
pink place cards, carried out the
color scheme of pink. Among those
present were Mr.'hnd Mrs. J. Mor
ton RlggH, Mr. nnd Mrs. James
Dougherty, Mrs. Hagens' and iMr.
Charles' Mc.WoyU I J
Jatmnese Consul's luncheon, i
The Japanoso Consuluvllyeno was
host at aicharmlng luncheon Monday
at the .Young HotoU' given In honor
of the Prince and Princess Kunl and
their party; the table decorations
were red rosti.? atid(MaIdeii hair
fern.' ' N ' ' i'A )
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CHiqKERING j PlAJQS
have elicited glowing words of commenda
tion from artists and connoisseurs of world
The unqualified indorsement by people
whose word is authoritative -is not this con
clusive proof of the superiority of Chickering
Ui show you our; f ih ' new I feck
ckferirig uprights and gniid. "'
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for Hawaii'
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