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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., BATUUDAY, NOV. J, 1009.
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Two Beautiful Dolls
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
One Doll will be Riven to the
child securing the Rtcatcst number
of voles; the other to the child se
curing the next highest number.
The Contest Begins
MONDAY, NOV. 8
A voting rounon will be given
with every 23c purchase.
The Dolls me now on display in
our Show Windows.
Oar employees will not be allowed
to participate in this contest.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Beginning Monday Morning, Nov. 8th
Our Entire Stock of
Lingerie Waists and Tailored Waists
At almost Half-Price
Prices out of all proportions to value.
Prices that defy competition
We have but one object in view the quickest possible
Clearance of our Stock of Waists
We guarantee all reductions to be bona-fide
See window display
Note price reductions
Our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
invites inspection of its vast assort,
ment of Beautiful Models. Sim
plicity and individualitv are hand
'in hand throughout this preat as
semblage. Besides the large SATIN, VEL
VET and FELT HATS yon will find
a good variety of all-the-year-around
Women who found it difficult to
make a pleasing selection . else
where will find us capable of cre
ating styles which will appeal to
Hats at Fooular Prices a Specialty.
OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPART
MENT is strictly up-to-date.
Ladies' New Capes
You never saw such charming
styles both for day and evening
Swell Evening Capes
in delicate tints.
Capes for Day Wear'
in all the leading colors.
Low, Prices Prevail
S. SACHS DRY QOODS CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Berotania Streets
-Opposite Fire Station
Till: Nniunti Valley resldt-nco of
General iiml Mix. MrClvllan ' '
Was till) K'CIIO till FlillU) lllBl '
of a lirllllaul reception. Tho''5'
oent was tlm coming" out ur-'5'
l of lliclr ) ("ingest iliiiKliti'r j"
Mls Josephine .McClcll.in, who iuinlij
her debut fiirinnlly to society List J
night. Miss Josephine, who Ih mi v- Si
trenioly prclty Kirl, was gowned In .
lilnk ciupo do rlilno. ti Ilium d w i 1 1 1 j
tare nIil Irlth Limerick l.icc. that w.isl
woni by Iiit great mint In tlm days ofl ;
President l.liiciiln, In Washington. B.I
C . Slio cinlcil evpilslto pink DiiiIumh '.t
KlfUX. OcUCrill iiml Mis. MlCIcIIiiii '
Mill Miss Jin-cphluo received III lilt;';,
i.rnw Ingrown, whk.li was elaborately .
dccoi.itcd In pipit Duchess roses this .
being the favorite llowir of tliu joung .
dclmtnulc ami potted palms. Mls. ,,
Peatrlcu Cabtlu, Miss Huso MtClcll.in, .
Mies Viofct Damon, Miss llarrlctj ,
Mulch anil .Miss Vera Damon iissistcd.
Tho MiClcll.iu hiiino Is mlnilralily
nl.iplcil for largo entcrtaliiiiients, tliu
spacious diiiwlngrnoms, dliilngiooin
ami library opening out of each other,
making It cikiI anil delightful. .lis.
McClclhin looked hnndhonio la a gown
ol' i Icli white ilhheil satin cu train, em
Inolileieil In gold; tho corsage was of
cloth of gold. Miss Deatilco C.uitlu
woro an oxtiomeiy becoming tolletto
ot penchblow balln, with Persian trim
ming. Miss Violet I). limy was
gowned In tiiKiuolhc-tituo satin, ulillu
Miss Vei.i Damon wnio pink satin,
which was extremely becoming to her
typo of bounty. Miss II.ilcli was su
porh In n I'.irls creation. Miss Itosu
McClellan wore an exquisite pink sat
in, 'tunic effect, with corsngo omlirolil
crcd In silver loses. Coffro anil choc
olatn weiu herteil In tho dining room;
at ouo e:nl of tliu highly polished tin
hogany tnhlu Mih. Samuel Damon
(kiiiiciI tho coneo, Mrs. n.imon woro a
SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.
Hon. Hubert ((reckons' Cliililien's Party.
Captain ami Mrs. Winters' Hallowe'en Dinner,
flen. anil Mrs. Super's Clillilren's Party.
Y. V. C. A. Hallowe'en Party.
Judge anil Mrs. Hatch's Dinner.
Governor anil Mrs. Frear's Breakfast.
George llrown's Houso Parly.
Mr. ami Mrs. C. V. C. Deoilng'B Dinner,
Ailiulral anil Mrs. It cos' Dinner.
Mrs. ttrnost Wat ci house's Dinner. ,
Gov. anil Mrs. Kroar's Iteceptlon.
Mr. ami Mrs. flerrlt Wlliler's Muslc.ile.
Mr. ami Mrs. Hayiuoml Iliown's Dinner.
Mr. anil Mrs. Haiiny Scott's Dinner.
Mrs. Ilolloway's Luncheon,
Coininciclal Club Luncheon
Consul Uyeno's Itceopllnn.
Mis'. William Ilaullns' Luuchenn.
Mrs. Walter Krear'a House Party.
Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Cooke's Pol Supper.
JiiiIko ami Mrs, Sid ley Dalian's Dinner.
Mis. It. It, ItcliHonl'b Tcn.v j
Mrs. Alfreil Castle's Liiiiclicon;
Mrs. UvliiKslnn's Liiiicheon." '
iriKhleenth Infantry Dance, Moaua.
tl. S. M. C. Sins Dinner.
Mrs. Mist's dinner. ,, v
.Mrs. Wailo Wurrnn Thnyer's Luncheon.
Mrs. William Lovo's Pol Luncheon,
('in. anil .Mrs. McClcllau's Hcccptlun.
Mrs. Krenr's Picnic. ,
Mr. Wlliler's lllrtlnlay Teto.
Dr. anil Mrs. llohilt'.'s Dinner.
wnllnn nnTylibins who plajcd on this Misses Damon, Mr. ami Mrs. rrcil
occasion. Dduble pink hlbhrcus were Damon, Miss HoiikIi, Miss Helen
used on tliii eramla as a deenrattou. HoiiKh of Stockton, Cab, Mr. and Mrs
Over thrca Iriimlreil Kiiests wero In- Wallace I-'arrlnmnii, Capt. Kbnythe,
itol In meet the )ouiik ilchiitantc. Tho Mrs Foster, Governor anil Mrs. Krear,
ilrlvc-way oL thn McClellan'a was ul- Mies FVear, Mr, Curzon Ushorno, Mrs.
most blocked with automobiles tint C. C. von llanini, Mrs. Gertrudo WII
carried Iheir freight of fair fenilnlnlty der, Mr. and Mrs. John Warren, Mr.
mid their escorts to anil from this do- mid Mrs. A. A. Wall, Mr, and Mrs. T,
llghlful entertainment. Wall, Mrs. Lackland, Mrs. Lincoln,
Many beautirul gowns wero worn; x,rB. Harry Lewis, Captain and Mrs.
Mrs. Sldne Ballon was loely In n Marlx, Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Myers, Miss
liand-palnteLelilrloii .cloth, with drap- Mnsncr, Mrs. HouRh, Miss Housh, Mr.
cry of riliiKv;JMrs. Wiiltor Krcar woro n"' Mrs. Itouort Jordan, tho Misses
a fiock embroidered In roses; MrH.'!Jnri1'"1. Jtf- Kdwln A. Jones, Mlas
Joseph Cixiko'B rowii of black with Helen Jones, Llciit. James Krohs, Mr.
cat laco was.stiinnlni;; Mrs. Jnuies
Kennedy was clad In lavender satin;
Miss Jcgfclu Kennedy was a picture In
111 nniplro row n of figured silk; Miss
Alice Hedemann looked legal In corn
colored salln; Miss Crec, daiiRhtor of
Major Creo, woro palo bluo silk moils
sellno; Jlrs. John Warren woro n
whlto satin embroidered In becd pearls
mid this was ouo of tho handsomest
trocks worn; Mrs. Gertrudo Wilder
woro black laco over cloth ot Rold;
Miss IIourJi bf Stockton, Cal., woro
white peau do cropo with crystal trim
iulus; Miss Dorothy Mosher's roso
''satin, Princess Utnplio frock was eiy
, beconiliiR. Miss Helen Hough woro n
kiiperb gown of matzc'colored clilffou
cloth, with tunic of spangled net, wllh
a corsage ornament of pearls; Mrs.
I GiiBtav Schacfer was clad In apricot
Hatln; Mrs. Samuel Baldwin woro palu
bluu loiissine. AnioiiR thoso present
wfcro: Prof, and Mrs. Win. Alexander,
, Mlfa Agnes Alexander, Mr, and Mrs.
Frank Atheiton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Atherton, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bottom.
ley, Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Baldwin, Mr.
and Mis. 'Clinton Ballcntyno, tho
Mlshcs B.illentjno, Mr. and Mrs. WII
laid Ilioun, Miss Bains, Mrs. Clnrlssf
Bocilcfelil, Miss Barraclough, Lieut.
llurrel, Mr, ami Mrs. Arthur Horn
Judge and Mrs. Sydney Halloa, new
anil Mrs. W. H, Bliss, Lieut, and Mrs.
Barton. Mrs. B. D. Baldwin, Mr. and
Mrs Joseph P. Cooko, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. It. Castlo, Miss Bcatrlco Castle,
Mrs. Bllzabeth Church, Dr. and Mrs.
C, II. Cooper, Miss Campbell, Millen
nial Mrs. Creo, Miss Creo, Capt. nnd
Mrs. Chaphian, Mr, nnd Mrs. Samuel
Damon, Jiidge and Mrs,' Dole, tho
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
rB. T. FELIX Ml'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM 0 MAGICAL BIAUT1RER
was ornamented with a huge rut glass
handsome row nor lavender satin, with i l,,ml' lllIe'1 ""ll trnwant pink ro.cn
fmbolllbhnionls of Ijch Mint with j wl'lrh rested oil an otuulslto center
threads of gold, while Mis. W. 0. I)lt?( ,r 1:1 laco. Assisting at this
Smith, who served chocolate at thai tablo was Miss Helen Jones, who woiq
other cinl, wns rlad In a spanglm!
black net, Tho center of tho tablo
4 li. e,.!' 'I
n dainty llngello frork. Mis. Kdwln
Jones fierted punch In tho library,
1 . U '!. '
nunr. Dr. L.
Mr of Hit Litut.
ln ( pMlPctl
a ruu iftaiti
Iioiii a hanilMiiiicly nppoliited t.iblu,
which was covered wllh beautiful Or
iental embroidery. Mrs. Jones wore a
bluo chimin. Many teto-a tele nooks
was banked with
making an cffectlo bcicen for tho lla-i KBlT.H0?ll,1Urc,3BieiWcnaStnrf,lwTe'
wi beiuty. m fit
Imm atuo4 tb tt
o( IV vmrt, inn
H to luiihM wa
U prtMtlr md
AuVtf BO COQIlS
Ml wi iPK
langed on the veranda, wl.lch I -;.:n.ywJ
iked with palms nnd bamboo, owfc BJtrt n i Uuiud stui., c
Henry, Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy
Miss Jcsslo Kennedy, Llout. Kltgoro,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Klamp, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Oartloy, Mile. Gras, Paymaster and
Mrs. Hornhcrger, Mlfs Harriet Hatch,
Mrs. S. K. Halstoad, Mr. and MrB. W.
V. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hedemann
Miss Allco Hedemann, Mr, and Mrs.
L. Tenny Peck, Captain and Mrs. C.
W. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. n. n. ncld
ford, Mr. F. A. Schacfor, the Misses
Schaefer, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo
Schacfer, Miss K. Stevens, Rev. and
Mrs. iScudder, Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Smith, Mrs. Ilrnlnerd Smith, Mrs. Fred
C. Smith, Miss M. B. Sturgeon, tho
Misses Spnldlng, Mr. anil Mrs. Stoblo
Colonel Schuyler, Uciit. and Mrs. Tur
rer, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. Thompson, Miss
Alice Thompson, Mr. Robert Thomp
son, Mr. ir. F. Wlchman, Mrs. C. Wil
der, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Watson. Judgo
and Mrs. Whitney, Mr. Guilford Whit
noy, Lieut, nnd Mrs. Williams, Mrs.
Wood, Miss Wood, Miss Ucrtliu Young.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Young.
Pre-NtiDtial Affair for Miss Damon.
Mis. Sidney Ballon will entertain
Thursday at luncheon In honor of
Mlks Violet Damon, who will soon
Join the ranks of young matrons.
The guests will Include tho maid of
honor and hi Ides maids, who will at
tendthe bride-elect on her wedding
day; aim a number of tho recent
brides have been Invited.
Governor and Mrs. Frear's Breakfast
iwele guests weie heated nround
tho hospitable table of Oovcrnor and
Mrs. Frcnr, Sunday morning, nt an
elaborate breakfast. Hawaiian fruit
made a mos't appetizing center piece,
and nn Ideal hour was spent In tho
atti active dining loom at Arcadia,
Tho engagement Is announced of
Mlbs Nellie Mcl.uln to Mr. William H.
Hlhciiiuim, with Hackfeld & Co. at
Hlln. Tlm wedding will tako plnco tho
flrtt of tho j oar.
n a (blent bofoll Mrs. Winters,
wlfo or Captain W. H. Winters,
Thlid Cnuliy, U. S. A., on Wcdlics
'lay, as she was driving. Her horse
dipped, and tho nouy cart tnmon
"or, tluowlng Mrs. Winters to the
i?rfttiiil u.hut. .
ru,.::,,i1..1lif0,"1(i' wnlcl1 M'I a breaking ot
.tS2!,'?S"? . '" nrn, '" sovore nervous sliork.
wero attended by Major Wadbanis,
surgeon nt Fort Shatter. Mrs. Win
ters had tho sympathy of ..her many
friends who deplore this painful ac
cident, and whose wishes uic for an
Mrs. Walter Frcar gavo n most
enjoynblo old fashioned basket pic
nic Friday at her country homo nt
the Peninsula. This charming hos
tess, and her guests left town on the
eleven o'clock train, nnd on their'
arrival at the Frear's home, a dell-
Bard and Miss Elizabeth Bard,
I datlirlltnrH nf Kpnntnr llnr,1 nt full.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ilaldwln,
who .returned libt week- from a trip
to tho Volcano House, have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cooke.
Mrs. Baldwin left Friday for Maul,
I clous luncheon wns enjoyed,
affair was given In honor of
tutla tnd t nr
IBUB Milt AUrVp
BL ..... "mh nnuin,
v us tiu.en to the Alexander
oung Hotel, where her Injurious
.vwwmiiimt wi .t j'jww i w i"iro.wMw.Tn
where he will visit his parents Mr.
and Mis. D. D. Baldwin or Haiku.
Mrs. Baldwin will visit for another
week) or tei( days .iwllh the Coolies
befoic ixtiiriiliig to her home at Ma
Letters havo been received . from
Doctor Hi nest Watcrhouse, who Is
taking an elghtnionths' trip nroiimt
I tho world. h next' plnco tho Doc
tor win visit, on ins travels, is Sin
gapore, India, Mrs. Waterhouse may
Join her husband, next spring in Ku- '
lope. ' '
Miss Hlhii Schacfer, has Issued in
vitations for n Buffet Suppor to btf
given at hor home "noscbank," Nov
ember 17th In honor of Miss Violet
Damon. Most of the gucstB will bo
of tho bililal party,
Mr. F. M. Swanzy left for Kauai,
on tho W. Q. Hall.
it , i' IbWB
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Sole Agents for Hawaii
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