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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,, T 11., SATUIIDAV, OCT. 30, 1900,
ANNUAL THANKSGIVING SALE
Beginning. Monday Morning
Tremendous Reduction in Prices.
A Real Money-Saving Event. Table Linen, Napkins, Lunch and Dinner Cloths far below the regular prices.
Buy now: no time like the present.
Hemstitched Fine Linen.
$3.00 Cloths for $2.25
4.50 Cloths for ?3.00
7.50 Cloths for 5.00
8.50 Cloths for G.00
$1.75 quality for $1.25
2.00 quality for 1.50
2.25 quality for 1.75
Table Covers and Napkins to
match, in sets, all at reduced prices.
$0.75 quality for $0.55 yd
0.90 quality for 0.05 yd
1.C0 quality for 0.80 yd
1.25 quality for 0.05 yd
1.50 quality for 1.10 yd
Union Table Damask
50c quality for 37 12 yd.
Standard size, new patterns, far
below the regular prices.
$1.50 quality for. . $1.00 a doz.
1.75 quality,for. . . 1.45 a doz.
2.25 quality for. . . 1.G5 a doz.
2.50 quality for. . . . 1.00 a doz.
3.50 quality for. . . . 2.00 a doz.
4.00 quality for 3.15 a doz.
4.50 quality for. . . 3.00 a doz.
$4.75 quality for.... $3.00 a doz.
5.00 quality for. . . . 4.00 a doz.
6.50 quality for. . . . 5.00 a doz.
$0.90 quaritv for G5 a doz.
1.00 quality for 80 a doz.
1.25 quality for 95p a doz.
1.50 quality for. ...$1.15 a doz.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Special Sale of Misses'
Rainy Day Walking
Tailor-made, Navy Blue, Black
$3X0 Skirts . .-. S1.75
3.25 Skirts 1.00
3.75 Skirts ...s .'.. 2.00
SEE POET ST. WINDOW.
A NEW LINE OF
For the Little Folks.
Stylish Tailored Coats for Boys
Sizes from 3 Years uo.
Prices from $5.00 up.
SEE FORT ST. WINDOW.
SOCIAL CHATTER isssi HOME TALK
ALLOWK'EN, tho night that
ghosts walk, ami witches
dance around tho steaming
ca hi run Is near, tlck-tock
goes tho clock, each tick an
xiously counted by the young
folk, eager to try their fortuue.
I The lata stroke twelve o'clock
"midnight, Is the hour that the un
canny lslt this mundane sphere
nil Is quiet as tho grave the festl
I'vltles of the earlier part of the cven-
lug, such as ducking for apples,
'watching the course of tho two
chestnuts roasting on the hearth,
Mwn of pink silk mullo. Miss Hede
uunn was handsome in nn empire
Hook of blue, and Miss Violet Damon's
toilette of green, made dlrectolrc, was
extremely becoming. Miss Harriet
Hatch was a ' picture. In a white
lingerie gown oxer pink, and large
black hat, and Miss Vera Damon was
beautiful In white pfna. Thcso two
oung girls assisted in entertaining
the guests. Miss Alfred Castle, n bIb-ter-ln-law
of the hostess, poured tea
In tho dining room; Mrs. Castlo woro
n stunning frock of lavender satin.
Miss Dorothy Moshcr served tho Ico,
pulling tatty, popping corn nnd tho J and looked very attractive In a whlto
many other pleasures which mako a laco frock. During tho afternoon Miss
delightful einlng, aro too tamo forlschnefor sang, and Mrs. Ernest Ross
tho dilng. The thrilling, and se- i played sou'ral beautiful violin solos,
rlous lnur has orihed, and their j About fifty guests wera present, and a
fate hangs In the balance, but Imp-j delightful afternoon was spent hJLthu
plly for tho Impressionable, tho old lortunato ones.
time traditions ate passing. The
delight of tho barn dance, with tho
"fiddlers three," aro more to tho
taste of tho plcasuio seeker, whoso
time Is too agreeably taken up In
the present to think of, or have a
caie for tho knowledge, of what the
future may bring, be It weal or woe.
Mli Castle's Tea.
Mrs. Gertrude Wilder's Luncheon.
Mis. (leitiude Wilder, who under
stands to perfection, the art of en'
tertnlnment was ono of this Friday's;
hostesses, at a Semi Ilurfct Luncheon,
The function was given In honor ot
Mrs. Wilder's sister. Miss Edith
Barnes of Detroit, Michigan. Yel
low chrysanthemums wero used cf'
Miss Violet Damon and Miss Allco' fectlvely In the drawing room, while
Hedemann were tho complimented scarlet cxorlns made nn oxquisito
guests at a tea, given Friday afternoon decoration In the dining room. At
from I to C by Mies Beatrice Castle, one o'clock tho guests assembled, nnd
This trio of pretty girls received In a delicious luncheon was served; lat-
tho drawing room ot tho Castlo home, cr In tho afternoon a social game
which was decorated In rocs nnd of llrldgo was Indulged; those prcs-
palms. Miss Castlo woro a becoming em wero Mrs. Gertrude Wilder, Miss
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
diiect British sup
for this market.
Every package of Nirvana Tea
is packed in lead, which preserves
its freshness, flavor and fragrance
From Tea Gard . to Tea Pot.
And every pound or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea is enclosed in a card
hoard case, which bears the regis
tered trade mark and name of the
Nirvana Tea Company.
Sold By All Grocers
SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR PAST WEEK.
. Saturday :
Miss Deatrlco Castle's Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. JackDowsctt's Pol Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coombs' Duffel Supiicr.
Tho Misses Angus' Surfing Perty. U
Sunday: ii V,1
Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman FocKe'iDlnner.T
Judge and Mrs. Wllder'd Luncheon. y
M. ll,wlu..n..... Illn..n-
Mr. nnd Mis. It. If." Reirford's Dinner.
Mrs. MnrU' Luncheon.
Mrs. Helen Noonan's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Mannle lMiilllpa' Dinner.
Judge Pcrry'si nixing l'nrty.
Miss Damon's Luncheon.
Airs. Samuel Wilder's Luncheon. ,' ,
Mrs. Frank Atherton'H Luncheon., v
Mr. and Mrs. Furor's Picnic.
Dr. and Mrs. Wood' Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Klamp's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. William Castlo's.ilnncr.
The Arthur Wall's Annlveisary Dinner,
Mrs. Olson's Swimming l'nrty.
Mrs. Ormond Wall's Luncheon.
Mrs. Gertrude Wilder's nutlet Luncheon,
Mr. Wichman's Dinner.
Miss Deatrlco Castle's Tea.
Mrs. Klebnhn's Luncheon.
Mrs. Klamp's Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooke's Dinner.
Captain and Mrs. Marlx Dinner.
Mr, and Mrs. llo'ttomlcy's Dinner.
Fifth Cavalry Regimental Dinner.
Edith llarnes, Miss Margaret Walk
er, Mis. Laura Wight, Miss Agnes
Walker, Mrs. derrjt Wilder, Mrs.
Alexander J. Campbell, Mrs. Jack
Dowsett, Mrs. Arthur Ilerg, Mrs.
Charles Weight, Mrs. William Raw
lins, Mrs. Samuel Wilder, Mrs. L.
Tcnney Peck, Mrs. Charles Wilder,
Mrs. Humphreys nnd others.
Hiss Castle's Luncheon.
Miss lleatrleo Castle gava ono ot
the daintiest luncheons last Satur
day, In honor of Miss Harriet Hatch;
thioe tubles woie arranged, tho ser-i
vice of. one being of exquisite DreB-'
den chlnn, the second tnhle was set
In rare Japanese china and tho third
In Royal Worster; the genernl decor-1
atlon In tho way of flowers were jol-1
low chrysanthemums; tho pluce
cards were beautiful and original,
provoking much mirth, being cari
catures of tho modern hats; all tho
guests wero the Intlmato friends of
tho guest Xt honor; those present
woro Miss Ileatrito Castlo, Mlts Har
riot Hatch, Mrs. Qustnv 8chaefer,
Miss Violet Damon Miss Leslie
Wight, Miss Vein Damon, Miss Jes
sie Kennedy, Miss Klla Wight, Miss
Allco Hedcman, Miss Dorothy Mash
er, Miss Josephlno McClellnn, Miss
Irene Fisher, Miss Roso MrClulInn,
Miss Klsu Scaofcr and MIbs Dulsy
Mrs. Klebahn's Luncheon.
A bevy of pretty young girls, sur
rounded the hospitable luncheon ta
ble of Mrs. Klebahn's, Filday after-
noon. The luncheon was given In
honor of MUs Leslie Wight, one ot
Honolulu's most talented and popu
lar society girls. Duchess roses
graced tho table, hand painted placo
cards, designated tho places ot the
guests; tho service dollies were of
real Ilrusscls lace, with center piece
to match. After luncheon several
hours wero spent In chit-chat, tho
guest of honor, who so soon sails for
Germany, had many plans to un
fold, wliTcli were ot gieat Interest
to her friends. Those present were,
Mrs. Klebahn, Miss Leslie Wight,
Miss Kopke, Mrs. Samuel llaldwln,
Miss Violet McKee, Miss Ella Wight,
Miss Helen Alexander and Miss Elea
The Tack Dowsett's Poi Supper.
Saturday evening, the home of the
A Skin of Beauty is a Jay Forever
fB. T. FELIX OOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OX MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
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jjick Dowsett was tho scene of much
uierrlment, tho occnslon being n Pol
Supper, given In honor of Mr. Dow
sett's birthday. Tho long table,
which was decorated In Hawaiian
fruit, simply gioaned under tho deli
cacies; everything was fctved In true
Hawaiian stie, so dear to the hcait
of the "Kamaalna." Handsome lels
were found nt each place, with tho
place en id attached; full Justice was
dono to the repast and a most en
joyable evening spent. Those pres
ent besides the host and hostess wero
Judge and Mis. Wilder, Mr. andMrs.
Lnnz, Air. and Mrs. Alexander Camp
bell, Doctor and Mrs. Raymond, Miss
Violet Mnkee, Miss Margaret Walk
er, Mr, Muhlendorf, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wl.ldor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rich
ardson and Mr. nnd II. 11. Walker.
Miss Damon's Luncheon.
Miss Harriot Hatch, was tho hon
ored guest, Wednesday, at n lun
cheon glcn by MIbs Violet Damon,
Moaualuo, tho homo of tho hostess,
never looked prettier than on this
occasion, In Hb garb of Hweot' scent
ed violets nnd daisies. Theso (low
ers wero also used as n decoration
In tho dining room, where tho lun
cheon was served. After luncheon,
this bevy of joung girls were shown
a portion of Miss Damon's troussuau;
there wero excMmatloiiB of delight
over tho embroidered lingerie, nnd
exquisite linen which Is bo dear to
the feminine heart. Among those
present wero Miss Damon, Miss liar;
net jiaicn, Miss Alice Hedomnn,
Miss Dorothy Mosher, Miss Leslie
Wight, Miss lleatrleo Castle, Miss
Vera Damon, Mrs. Alfred Castlo,
Mrs. dustnv Schaofer, Miss Ella
Wight and Miss Cniollne Dlvon.
Mrs. Noonan's Dinner.
Mrs, Helen Noon an gave nn o
trcmely pi city dinner, Tuesdny even
ing, in honor, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rob
ert Atkinson. The tnhle was a mass
of cholco ic.I rotes, nnd mnldon hair
fern. The color scheme of tho din
ing room Is In tones of nrt red, nnd
the glow from the red candles, pro
duced a charming effect. Ton gueBts
wero seated at table. After dinner
colteo was served on tho beautiful la
nnl; the guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Atkinson, Judge and
Mrs". Arthur Wlldor, Miss Mary
Ounn. Miss Violet Mukce, Mr. Frank
Thompson, Mr. William Roth, Mr.
II. II.. Walker nnd Mr. Frank Arm
strong, Mr. o" I rs. Z'jillips' Dinner. '
Tuemlii) r-tcnliig, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mrunlp llil'p3 entci tallied In hon
or of Miu. Fied. Smith; li im.,.
tnlnment w.is n dinner given at tho
pretty hcniu of tho Phillips on Ko
wnio street. Long stemmed pink
ros.03 mnde a beautiful dcorntlon;
after dinror tho ovenlng was devot
ed to llildg-, Thoeo present woro
Mr. and Mis.-Mannlo Phillips, Doc
tor and Mrs, Ormond Wall, MrB.
Fiod Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Einll Wu
tennaii and Doctor Alfred Wnll.
Mr. and Mrs. Reidford's Dinner.
One of tho piettlcst dlnneis,of tho
week was given by Mr. ami Mrs.
R. R, Reldford at their homo in Ma
non Valley. Thu Reldfords hno le
ccntly purchased the attractive Pol
iter bungalow. This dinner was given
In honor ot Mr. Mori Is Missel, the.
table was dcroiatcd In yellow coieo
psls, with dainty hand painted
placo cards. After dinner tho ie
maliider of tho evening was devot
ed Jo llrldge. ThOke pietcnt wero
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. II. Rcl'dtoid, Mr.
and Mrs. Kdwaul C. Drown, Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Olson, Miss Wlckstrum
and Mr. Morris Ulusel. ,
Mr. C. Ecdenan's Dinner.
Mrs. C. Ileduinaiiu gavo n stag
dinner, nt the Young Hotel, Mondny
evening, to seven of his friends. In
honor of Mr. QJerdriim, tho manager
of Honokuu Plantation, Tho table
was decorated In red carnations, nnd
maiden, hair fern; n delicious din
ner wrta berved, after dinner nn en
Joynblo mitomoljllo rldo was enjoy
ed. Mrs. Frank Atherton's Luncheon,
Mrs. Charles llaldwln, who Is ono
of Honolulu's recent, nnd popular
brides, was the guest of honor Wed
nesday, at n luncheon, given In Ma-
niu Volley, by Mlsj lVr.nl: Atlicrlun.
Tho color scheme of the enlcrtnln-
ment was green and white, oven tho
Ices, bon-bons and cake being cur-
, rled out In this color. Among tho
. Invited guests were Mr3. Frank Ath-
jerton, Mis. Charles llaldwln, Mrs.
j Walter Frcnr, Mrs. Richardson and
.Mis. Ilobdy, wlfo of Doctor Ilubdy,
v: a. .n. , j
Mr. and Mrs. William Castle's .Din
Several Intlmato friends of Mr.
and Sirs. William Castle, enjoyed
their hospitality at a little dinner,
which wus given Thursday evening,
complimentary to them. Hot house
(lowers woro used pinftisely In decor
Ming this beautiful home. Among
the gathering of frjcndg wero Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. II. Cas'tlq, Judgo nnd
Mrs. Sanford Dole, Judgo nnd Mrs.
Francis Hatch, Mr, and Mrs. C. He
doniuii. Miss Castlo nnd -Mr. Henry
Mr .and Mrs. Jack Lucas returned
from Ifnlnwal and nro domiciled nt
their hojuo on Lunalllo street.
"Hie Best in -thttWorli"
" More tnan eighty-five years of con
tinuourfpiano acvelopmcnt arc crystallized
I in the CKickcriafj Pianoa of 1909.
" No otner piano has teen bo closely
identified' witn the musical progress of
America as the Chickcrinf. i
Ve are eolc agents.
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Sole Agents for Hawaii
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