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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 04, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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EVEJWN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, 1I SATUUDAY, DEC. I. 100S.
This Week 10 per cent Discount on All Ribbon Purchases
Fancy Work Boxes
Very useful, nicely bo:icd and well filled.
WORK BOXES. :$5S containing small Doll, Thread, Hooks, Eyes
and Embroidery Cotton.
WORK BOXES, 35S in white and gold box, with needle and neces
saries. WORK BOXES, U5 and 75. prettily decorated boxes, fitted
with scissors, thimble, spool, cotton, embroidery thread, etc.
WORK BOXES at S1.50, large size, complete fitting in leather
HOLIDAY NEEDLE CASES
Elegant assortment of Holly dcslRns, in fine leather caws, fitted
villi best (inality of needles, very complete. Needle cases from 35 to
HOLIDAY HAIR-PIN CABINETS
Unique shapes, very pretty and fetching designs, fitted with best
qimlity Hair Tins, from 35: upward.
In handsome leather cases, fittings of the very best quality, execp.
tional values, from $1-00 upward.
and Leather Goods
J,A 9k X.m.M . 4 . O
A ccraulcte and new assortment; all the latest novelties at quick
telling r cos. Hand Baps to suit any price from the inexpensive to the
very tl orate.
At ",'c a fine assoitmcnt in black, brown, tan and green, in gun
mc'ti' ,.r. gilt frame.
At $1.00, $1.25 and S1.50 best values ever offered in black,
brown, tan and greens, gilt and gun. metal frames.
At $2.00 and $2.50, exceptional bags in all colors, including
pigskin, nicely fitted in gun-metal, nickel and gilt.
At $3.00, $3.50, $l.00 and $5.00, a superior line of bags
with fittings in all the leading, colors and mottled effects, in gun-metal
and silver frames.
HOLLY RIBBONS, 10 yard pieces. '
Special ..25 a piece
For fancy work, at. . . .. .-. .5 each
WE ARE better prepared for CHRISTMAS than ever before. A
gorgeous display of HOLIDAY GOODS. Every department is
stocked with Novelties, both useful and ornamental.
Shopping made' easy at our store helpful hints that can
not fail to facilitate selections. We intend to make our store Headquar
ters for Christmas shopping by giving big values for little money and
offeting inducements that cannot fail to attract.
They are attractive and inexpensive and make pretty gifts.
CELLUOID HAT PIN HOLDERS-, prettily decorated, 35.
HAT FIN HOLDERS, silk cover :d, ribbon trimmed, delicate colors,
35 and 10S
HAIR PIN HOLDERS, new shapes, silk covered, in all colors, 35.
SEWINO STANDS, new very useful, complete, 50 each.
SETS OF DRAWERS, Cre'tonne covered, for Ribbons, Gloves, Hand
kerchiefs and Nick Nacks, bright colorings, very useful, $2.00 and
$2.50 a set.
HOLIDAY PIN CUSHIONS, new shapes, unique designs, many nov
elties, all very moderately priced.
SCRIM EMBROIDERED PIN CUSHIONS, trimmed with ribbons,
delicate colors, G5 each.
SCRIM EMBROIDERED PIN CUSHIONS, oblone shape, prettily
trimmed with delicate color ribbons, large size, $1.25.
HUMPTY DUMPTY PIN CUSHIONS, new and unique. 35.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PIN CUSHIONS, in large variety, at
12 1-2 each.
DOLL PIN CUSHIONS, very attractive, new designs in delicate
colors, 35 each. '
ANIMAL PIN CUSHIONS,''nll kinds; don't miss them, 35 each.
We issue these orders for any amount good at any time in any de
partment. An easy way of making Christmas Gifts.
OUR 0L0VE ORDERS
Issued for one or more pairs; provides an easy method for .making.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO
Enter the Doll Contest
You have an equal share with the rest. The two
elegantly dressed, are now on display in our show window and will be
A vote is given with each 25purchasc. Votes arc transferable so
that you may either keep the votes for yourself and have your friends
save theirs for you, or you may give yours to a little friend, but save
them at any rate.
, CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STS.
OPP. FIRE STATION
Best values in town. Dressed and undressed Dolls, big dolls and
small dolls, rag dolls and topsy turvy dolls. Dressed dolls from 75f
up. Topsy Turvy Dolls, the kind that can't break, $1.00.
Holiday Hints for the Little Folks
Dainty Christmas Gifts for Baby's Wear.
DAINTY HAND-MADE-DRESSES IN long And short Hand Crochet or
Cashmere Embroidered Sacqucs,
Hand-Made Muslin Bonnets, Silk Bonnets and Caps, in white, blue,
pink and cardinal.
French Hand-Made Bibs, Hand-Made Booties in Silk and Worsted,
Pretty Embroidered Cashmere Kimoncs, Cashmere Coats, in long and
short, prettily trimmed.
We have everything a baby needs or ought to have.
INFANTS' CELLULOID TOILET SETS
In boxes, very comuletc, light blue , and delicate pink, at $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.50 a set. . f
Gifts Suitable tor Men
Fire Leather Combination Boxes Tor Collars, Cuffs and Collar But
tons, $2.75 a box.
METAL SMOKING SETS '
In copper, containing Large Coptics Tray, Ash Tray, Cigar Con
tainer, Match Holder, $2.75 a set.
HEW SHAVING MIRROR
To stiyid or hang up, -10 each.
FINE TRIPPLE MIRRORS
SPECIAL VALUE, $1.50 each.
SHAVING PAPER, nicely done up in leather cover, 35.
HANDSOME LEATHER TRAVELING CASES .
Complete fittings of the very best quality, $1.50 upward.
DECORATED WHISK BROOM HOLDERS, 35.
1' lit- ..ltt.ir u.w.lot n,inhl .,r ,1m
Til. LtllVI CUI ..It f.IJMV .1 ...W
wed: was tlm ling raiding,
which proclaimed Admiral
Corwln 1. Hies, Hear Ail
lnlnil nf tho Navy. Adnil
lal IU en wlui la renowned
for his lifTiftilo manner, and
democratic ways, showed his dcnio
ujty liy not Issuing any Invitations
for this i in port an t (unction, but cx-
S.ti'lidcil it general ono. which wus
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igienuy appreciated ny mo uonoiuiii
jjjutlillc. It was n lirllllnnt affair, mill
Ijmclety was well lopicsonted. Aflor
Ifjtlie ting raining Admiral and Mm.
Klalnp, Major and Mrs. MiClnuls,
Mis. Pailis, Miss Frenr, Mrs. Alex
ander 0, Ilawe.t Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
.James Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Wilder, Doctor and Mrs. Ilobdy, Mr.
Hod lei;, Mr. A. Knudse.ii of Kauai,
Mr. ami Mrs. Mott-Smltli, Mr. and
Mrs. Oustav Schaefer, General und
Mrs, McClullnn, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
C. Decrlng. Mr. und Mrs. Oeorgo Da
vles, Mr. and Mrs. dive, D.ivlcs, Mis.
Harry l.owls, Mrs. C. II. Wood, Mr.
Hruco Cartwrlght Jr.,. Judge ,iuiu,
mm, aiumi; iiuiiuii. mn. iiurry mr
nur of l.oa Angeles, Admiral and Mrs.
Whiting, Mr. and ,Mis. Robert Lew,
P. Iters, iceelvi'd their BueHmJcwr Bupf. (iifflPtlblU: "inuructloifAV,
or thu l.ugo looms, lielougln!-;j-ll4,IUutJtt, Ju.il8oJniid rMrs. U'JII
Cor win I
to the Commandant. This room was I Whitney, tho Misses MiClellun, Miss
fragrant with exquisite baskets oflCiiBtle, Mrs. Sutton, .Hon. and Wis.
lose, cuinutions und violets, gifts 0. Caller, Ex-Governor ClcL-horn.
,hlch hud been tent by their mini- j Judgo Dole, the Portuguese Consul
erous friends, who wished to oxpioss iGcneral, Snr. Canavario, Doctor Pin-
lieu- goon wisnes to tins chaimlng to, Consul ueueral Uyeno of Japan,
miile. Dining tho niyrnlng, light 'Chinese Consul Cheng Hal, Italian
ofreshinents weio borveil, and thu Consul V. A Schaefer and Mips RnhnnA
Miraiui iliiinl. to tho gallunt Adiulrul, iler, Vice Consul I,anz. Harry Von
miming uiiisi! pruseiu weio 1110 om- 11011, lonsui ror Holland; Mr I.nnz,
teis of thu Nav Vnrd, Mailuo Coijis, tCiuisiil for Mc-xleii; llrltlsh Consul
Kent Hhafter and I'ort linger, Mrs. 'l-'oistor und Mitt. I'mster, Oeiman
Waller Vtvwr, Mr. anil Mrs. l-'rmiclu Consul Pfntcliliuuor and Vice Contnl
M. Sw.iuzey, Mr. ami M'is. (Jerrlt Osurgo HodlcU, Col. Jonoi, N. o. H.i
llder, Air. nnd Mjs..Hirmai) Koiil-v..ijor Cico, U. S. A. of Kit HiAer;
lie, Mrs. MnilxJMliJdherfuiMHH- Tolileda, Major MjuHH Jlatjiiln..
imiwiib, ir. iianiFey, Airs, i.anu, jir. 'ins, t
and Mm, Cllvo Davles, Mr. and Mrs. It. W
ins, United States District Attorney
llrvckmifi, II, S. Marshal IJ.
It. Hendry, Mr. and Mrs. Moore,
Henry K. Cooper anil many otheis.
Miss Rhodes' Luncheon.
Miss Ada Rhodes wus tile Hostess
at a Chinese luncheon, Monday, giv
en In honor of n roteilo of Intimate
lileuilH, All thu delicious viands
were Chinche, und served In Chinese.
Ltylo, the guests even cutlng with
chops sticks, that caused much mer
riment. The decorations woro Chin
ese iUm), thu center piece was of
lituiduonio grass cloth embroidered in
dragons tho emblem of tho Chlncso
empire with dollies to match, Af
ter, dlnucr, sgme expert' In Idgo play-qr.-f
b'elng present this absorbing
ganio Vas Indulged In. Among those,
present wero: Miss Ada Hhodes, Miss
Irene Dixon, Mis, James Dougherty,
Miss Ilubcitson, Mrs.' Hagons, Mrs.
Kiedcrlck Damon und others.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewers' Chowder.
1 A number of friends mid irlatives
of Mr. and Miu. Itobcit Lowers weio
entertained at their Walklkl home.
Monday evening, at u ehowdor. Thu
entertainment was m ranged In honor
of Mrs. Tliompion, who Is a slstr
fof tlio host, and who for the present
13 tbj guest of Mi, lUipper onKeo
ji!lllft)ku stieetTJi? cSwJ'i)vltu-al
the ucceBkorles that nre Included
jWlth u chowder nuppur, was served
under tho ban dee, which was bril
liantly lighted with Japanese, lan
terns, and prettily decorated for the
occasion. About twenty guests wore
piesent and an Ideal 'evening was
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder entertained
Monday evening at dinner, at their
pietty bungalow at Walklkl, The
given Tuesday evening by Mr. anil
Mis. Munnle Philips was greatly en
joyed by their friends who partook
of their hospitality. A delicious din
ner was Bcrved ut seven o'clock, and
thu table wus artistically decorated
In hot house flowers. After dinner
the party motored to tho theater;
among those present were; Mr. and
Mrs. Mannle, Philips, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Frciler
table'itei'oratlons of cut flowers wero lick Klamo. Doctor Iloilelns nml Mr.
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vxiiuiMio, coinoiiieti Willi Bimnax nnu
maiden hair fern. Attractive place
cards were found at eneb place; nf-
ter dinner the all absorbing game of
Ilrldgo whist was Indulged In. Among
thosu turChent 'were: Mr. niul Mrs.
James Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Uentley
of San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Knudsen of Kauai, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Ilrowii, Mr. Agustus Knudsen
of Kuualumd Mr. Ilruce Cartwrlght
Mrs. Witcrhousc's Dinner.
Mrs. Ernest Watcibouso entertain
ed delightfully at dinner at her
Walklkl home Saturday evening.
Tho table wus decorated in daisies,
and maiden ha(r fern, Which proved
un effective decoration. After din
ner several rubbers of Ilrldgo wero
played und tin , enjoyable evening
spent. Among those .who partook of
this charming" hostesses hospitality
wero: Mr. und Mrs. Jnmes Cockburn,
Mrs. Alexander Cllchrlst Huwes Jr.,
Mr .nnd Mis. Allan lloftomloy, Mr.
and Mis. C. Walton nnd Mr. Jack
Mr. and Mrs, Klamp's Dinner.- '
Ten guests woro Invited to dlno
Wednesday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Kicdeilck Klamp at their nt
tractlvo home, on Thurston Ave. Thu
table was a dream in yellow, exquis
ite chrysanthemums graced the cen
ter of the table, whllo Japanese placo
cards, tied with yellow satin ribbon,
added to the attractiveness of tho
uffalr. Among thoi.0 Vreseut wero:
Captain and Mrs. Manx Dinner.
In honor of Lieutenant and Mrs.
Calltoun Ancruni, U. S.';M, C.; Cap
tain and 'Mrs. Marix entertained ut
dinner Wednesday evening. The ta
ble decorations of carnations and
maiden hair was exceedingly artis
tic. Among those present were: Cap
tain and Mrs. Marlx. Lieutenant nii'l
Mrs. Calhoun Ancruni, Mrs. Rumsny,
who or captain Kunibey, u. S.-M. C,
Miss Kathcrlno Stephen and Lieu
tenant Willis, U. S. -MM).
The Misses Waterhouse 'Tea.
miss Margaret and Miss Eleanor
Wuterhouse have lssueJl Invitations
for a tea, to he given Monday from
3:30 to C In honor of Miss Ilurwoll,
tho guest of Mrs. Oeorgo Wnterhouso,
c'nly the younger set have been lu
vlted. On Saturday last, eighteen young
people bolonglng to Honolulu's smart
feet, motored around tho Island. The
;oung peoplo wero chaperoned by
Mrs. c. Hcdoninn, Mrs. Edward Tou
ney und Mrs. C. Holloway. Tho party
left town Hiturday afternoon, arriv
ing ut Hulelwi whoro n delicious
dinner was seivedi The entire party
was sealed at ono long table, which
uns p nrimrly decorated with double
red hlblfecus nnd maiden hair. Dur
ing dinner a Hawaiian Quintette
Club plajed; after dinner the oung
peoplo enjoyed "tilpplug th0 JJght
flillllistle" on tlm timclous lannla of
natural beauty can not bo surpass
ed hero a delicious luncheon was J
feerved: before, tho nilddav loii.ut. tho I
energetic meiubeis of thu paity took'
a swim, winch whetted their appe
tites for tho dainty viands that had I
been propared. Late In tho after
noon, tho a'utolsts returned to Hono
lulu In time for dinner.
MS3 Nnnsan. Miss Harriet Smith
und tho Misses Hegeimins of Now
York Iiuvo leased the Kimball bun
galow on Luunlllo street, nml will
spend the winter n' tho Islands.
Those vminir lmllen will I,.. .,,. ,...
qulslllp'n to Honolulu's .smart set,
nicy are expert horseback riders,
fine', swimmers and' great pedestrians,
and as our Island is conducive in
such sport, they aro ennrmored with
lTr.ti..l..l. r,..nn.. .. . .
""""""" lucre young pcopio Jire
old friends of tho Cllltord Klnihalls'
nnd the C. W. C. Deei lugs.
Mr. Dexter, valet, nnd his secre
tary Mr. (Irimths. after n ,,,t,ii,u-
sojourn nt tho Mo.inn Hotel, depart
ed today on tho Mongolia, for tho'
former's home lu lloslon. Mr. Dex
ter Is a multl-nilllloiinlio and is m
charmed with Honolulu that ho will
muni to tho Islands next jear.
Although thcro was considerable
rain in town, und at tho beach, a
number of towufolk attended 'thq
dance, Filday evening at tho Mo
nnu. Thu affulr was given as u send
olT to tho departing passengers on
tho Mongolia, ninny smnit nocks
weio worn on (his occasion, and
many jiretty women wero observed.
Knal funilfehcd tho music, and danc
ing was Indulged In until tho last
Mrs. Edward Graham Parker with
n party of friends was the guest of
lapiniu and Mis. Pourlo U. S. A. at
Kiut linger, whllo tho Manchuria was
In poi t. .Mr. Parker Is the surgeon
who Is attached to tho California
now In tho Orient, whoio his wlfu
will Join him. On tho return of thu
fleet to Honolulu In February, Mrs.
Pnrker will visit Captain and Mrs.
Miss Charlotte Hall returned on
tho Manchuila, and Is being entor
tallied by her'numeroiis friends, who
nro vying with each other to enter
tuln thin popular girl,
Miss Marguerite Creo.'daughtor ot
Major Cue, entertained informally
nt tea, Tuesday afternoon ut Fort
Hugcr In honor of JIIsh Helen Hough
of Stockton, Cal. '
Mrs. Ernest Waterhouso entertain
ed Informally nt her bench homo
n. nnu juif. i-ieucilck Klump, llil3 beautiful hotel, it was full
.ludguuiid Mis. Woodrult, Doctor nnd moon, und during the intermissions
Mrs. C. II, Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Hurry thu juung couples ati oiled in tho pic
v,.,a .iu j.ii, mm ana. uuuioii ii.il- uiresi no gardens surround Intr Ilnln.
Mr. and Mrs. Philips' Dinner.
Thu dinner and theater
TIih next tnnrnlnrr tho nriv
. v - . "-, di ww 1'ttn;
1U"WH ltt.lo Jiies Cnstle's cpun
trf home, which Is one of tho'lAn'at
party beautiful spots In the Island tho
RAT and ROACH Pasto
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VS? n,5k ktlW, RT mixed lor out The DilTnuruidHumin.u..
our aruggut wm rrun4 l" monejMf II daea noi do Iho work.
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