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nvENMNQ nuu-ntiN, Honolulu, t. h., Saturday, dec. n, taoo.
ONLY II SHOPPING DAYS - THEN CHRISTMAS
Our Line of Holiday Handkerchiefs
Aie absolutely tlic best values ever offered in tins city
The low prim nrc n s.irur.se to our patrons
OUR 10t ladies' hemstitched handkerchiefs with
hand-embroidered initial is a winner
OUR lock Amnswvl embroidery handkerchiefs arc
new nnd can't be beat.
Our "0, 1I." nnd I." hand-cmbroidcrcd hand
kerchiefs aic values thnt will surprise you.
Armenian Handkerchiefs; the daintiest and neatest
ou ever saw. at I.5wt 75 and $1.00.
JTen'j hand-embroidered initial handkerchiefs at
.'-J.25 a dozen are exceptional values.
Childicn's Handkerchiefs, in fancy boxes, specially
done up, at -5( a box. By all means see our handker
chiefs Brass Desk Sets
all complete; a handsome present
Larue blotting pad with birss corners, ink well, bill
file, match safe, paper cutter paper u eight, etc. Desk Sets
at s7.ro. so.no. su.no
SPECIAL SALE OF
A chance to buy dolls far below their value.
jcguininc woiitinv Mornme.
SO 75 Dicsscd Dolls S0.50
1 CO Dressed Dolls 0.05
1 20 Dicsscd Dolls 0.75
1 CO Dressed Dolls 1,00
$1 75 Dressed Dolls
2 00 Dressed Dolls
?. 85 Dicsscd Dolls
SfiO Dressed Dolls.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Two handsome dolls, elegantly dressed, will be
No reason why vcu should not enter the contest or
j;ct otiiip; coupons mil help some little one anxious to get
one of the Dolls. A coupon with every 155 purchase.
They nrc transferable.
After todav only clcten days left to complete cur Christmas shopping. Avoid the worry nnd fa
tiuuc that comes to those who dela shopping- until the last week. Come to the store Monday' nnd see our
lci.ir liable stock.
The assortment is complete von cannot Rain by waitinp;.
The variety is crowing" a little smaller each day so many are picking out the choice things,
Cunc early Monday morninp;; you will enjoy every minute cf lookine over the beautiful things.
Wait until nest week and Christinas Day will find yon too tired to take any pleasure in it. ,
Ours is the Grandest Display
Ours is the Largest Stock
Ours are the Lowest Prices
hemmed all ready for cmbioidcry.
75c Squares '10.
45 inches wide.
90c Quality 75 a yd.
in white, extra fine
25c quality 120 a yard.
VERANDA TABLE COVERS
light and dark grounds, washable.
40c Covers U5.
85c Covers CO.
DRAPERY and KIMONO SILKS
3 inches wide
75c Silks for 00.
in white, large size
$1.00 Quality 75.
OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPART-
has been replenished and is brim-full
of new stylish goods. '
' NEW LINGERIE GOWNS
styles for 1910. A new sample line.
NEW EVENING WRAPS
in delicate colorings, only one of a
STYLISH WALKING SKIRTS
in black, nnd all lending colors.
NEW VOILE SKIRTS
with silk drops very stylish.
CRAVENETTE and RUBBERIZED
for rain or dress wear in the very
A Sample Line of 1010
advanced styles, only one of a kind,
PURSES and BAGS
new shapes, new styles, in seal, alli
gator, embossed leather in all colors
from 25? up.
CHILDREN'S CHAIN PURSES
all colors, 15 each.
CHILDREN'S HAND BAGS
Brown, Red, Navy, Green and Tan
HAND EMBOSSED GRASS LINEN
Cherry Blossom and Wisteria designs,
embroidered all over, very elegant at
$25.00 a pattern.
HAND EMBROIDERED GRASS
LINEN WAIST PATTERNS
elegant designs full patterns, S0.50
REAL LACE GOODS'
make beautiful holiday gifts. A good assortment to select
from; all moderately nriced.
REAL, LACE COLLARS. BERTHAS. SCARFS and FRONTS,
REAL IRISH CROCHET NECKWEAR, BOWS, COLLARS,
REAL LACE HANDKERCHIEFS.
in Duchess, Maltese, Honiton and Madeira work.
Our showing this year is better than ever and in
eludes the very latest mountings. The materials are the
very best and iruaranteed Rain-Proof. The handles are in
Sterling Silver, Gold, Gun Metal, Dresden, Pearl, Natural
steel rod, from $1-00 to $10.00?
steel rod, from 00 to $7.50.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL UMBRELLAS.
steel rod, from 75 uo.
CHILDREN'S DAINTY PARASOLS
pink, white, red and light blue from 75$ up.
Lingerie and Silk in gicat variety.-
BIG VALUES FOR LITTLE MONEY.
A handsome assortment from the most mode3t priced to
the finest, in correct styles and sizes, in white, black, hand,
painted, snangled, Lisse and lace fans, in Ivory, Mother of
Tcarl ai.d fancy wood mountings.
Fans from 10 to $10.00.
t See the dainty painted fans, Ivory mounted at 00,
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
Corner Fort and Boretania Streels
Opposite Fire Station
(orders I 1
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N tills month of Dutmhcr, ttic , w lilcli the timtcs nnd flinugrs, mlng forty, nnil tlio guests wcro bcalcd ut
lirudstiililo Hiit of shopping Is back nnd fnrtli llhu n pendulum to',,,,,, B l)ni table, whlelr wns lic.ut-
upou iik llic near appifMCli of c no cxtreuio or unotlier, lint blwu) j tlfully decorated In Hawaiian holly
CliristiiiaH. makes us inciio cagei, intti.ictle Tho hats dlsplned, nro unj ,ej tullo suspended from the
not nlone to replenish oui md-a manel of beauty, und tlio nnxloty
robe, but to inrelime gifts for (to possess one of these creations of
tlio dear ones nbout ub, nnd to pei-
,1 petunlo tlio time lionoicd custom cif
kllsii: nml urclvlug Noier his thu
. -sopu licnii wldoi to belect from, bo
4, It for mo or ornament, It can be
S4r' found in, out up to date shops, whoso
L,. dlaplaj in their windows, mnlvC in
r i. tiiinsn tt f-ivi, tmr.n Mm l,mil l.lnt-l ,it-
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i, jUiiboruiiuiii. iiri.iiiKeii bo anihiiiuii)
and tciuiitingly, a licsltnte a
' VinoniDiit, but "nio not lost." foi our
next inoio is to mo countcis, noiu-
J, Ins Jusl the thlnits that will ploaw.
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(iiiuiiit-t iiih biii.p, uv.iiiiiiiii javv1,,
Ihu Joy of aliiimt oery woman, filmy
iiialmlalH, lino as n lobvob, with
. liliniiiliiKrf, Indebcilbablo, but the)
r, nmKc joii long to posbess tliPin. Ac-
itsMHles biisliieHi III ooij detail.
m riiuii'isiii); in London, I'nils nnd In
our own nictiopollH, whoiu tho most
h. ttyllfb woniPii talto proced-nee), and
:ithe) Keep In touch with the nrehl-
! tects nml mbilintors of fashion
A Skin oi Beauty is a Jay Forevei
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the milliner's nrt. Is .an almost un
lontiollalile iiiunln, so Aeiy betom
Iiir and the irownliig touch to tho
now suit, Just tout home fioiu tho
niodlstc The Jewelers' windows are
a dieam, nnd a poep Into the Ehow
ciues nru a levdntlon. Jewels, ulher
nnd ait Roods In wonderful ileslKiis,
mid to satisfy tho mlllluunlie, or one
v. It li mudest liirans, nic, to bo found
lime. lur the "Louis of Cioatlon,"
there nio elf's to show that they nro
middle chancellor, nnd hanging ovor
the center of the tablo was n supeiti
banket of maiden hair, Intertwined
with tullo, ul ono end of the long
tablo una placed a large basket of
boll, tied with tulle, while at the
othci end, was a tall, slender vase,
containing holly, gracefully veiled
with thu ted tullo. Tullo and trail
ing slmllax were festooned ovor tho
table, while dainty plate cards bear
ing tho Hawaiian coat of arms were
nt cnth plnte, making a pretty sou
cnlr for tho Usltors; eighteen sll-
not to be overlnoki.il In this hniniv lnr mmlin ciiti.u ),,.ni., , ,,,iiu
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tc.ison. and tho number of things nnd smiiioiinled with red silk shudos.
that bhould please tlicm aio Iiglou. lent added beauty to the affair.
Tin tho llttlo folk to)s galoie, fioiu ll'i(imptl nt boven o'doek Knui'B oi-
tho evpensUe niilonintlc, down to the tlibstm played Acli du lleber Augus
bill nml tin horn, nud ninii) other
things to llll n bo' hoart with Joy.
Dolls, doll houses, doll baby nibs,
dlshis and furniture, for tho niliila
tuio w oiiiin, who evon In this eaily
ulago of her existence, delights to set
up hor hues nnd ponato, Whnt fun
to muIlIi them und hear tho shouta
of pliasuro from eaih llttlo tluo.it,
us the view tho devices Invented
tin and thu dinner kulbIs, with their
genial lio.st, tilled Into the prhnto
dining loom, many of the gucatB Join
ing In wills tho thorns, nom that
time, the fun hegnn. Many lullllant
speeches and witty toists woro made.
Mr. I'fotenhuuer dinnlc to tho health
of tho Arcoiui nnd her Olllceis, Cap
tain Si-liroedur responded In (jorumn,
lirotlniuilng tho hospitality of tho.
feu theli amusement, nnd hao fnltli j Honolulu people, teferrlng to tho
that dear old Riiilu Clans, will not .hosiiltulity oxtomled durliiB their
rorget to bring one to them Tho (list lslt to tho Islands as woll as
hurrj lug ciow ds with their arm full i tho tourleslcs shown on thtlr mo-
of Iettnrs nnd patkuges every at nil.
ublo spot inaiked with a'lulglit and
bblnglng stump Indicating the or-
sent one. llufoio closing his sncecli
the Captain said they would nlwnjs
lonieiuber Hawaii nel, and long to
nind of thebo mpssougoiB to show i etui n to our sunny shines Adinlral
that iieuo on eaith and good wllPIteis mailo u wlltj and conipllnion-
tniy toast to tho ladles. A toast was
piopobcd to our new Admlr.il, of
whom Honolulu Is so Justly pioud.
After dinner coffee and liqueurs wcie
"orved on tho roof garden, luter tho
uaff;i;;..iui vmy elaborate dlnnor danio at thu guostg, participated In u danco which
(UT.U0PUKi,f(li9..,3 Uiut Jcnu Stlul.RtwTy Yountt Hotol. Coera were laid for oa utrangtd by Mr. rfotenluiuer, In
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III man" Is tho Indwelling bplilt.
Dinner Dance nt Younp;.
Mr ITotenhnuor, tlio German Con
sul eulQitiilneil TncHlny evening nt
tho ninldil ball room: many beautiful
toilettes were worn on this octaslon,
Mrs. Corwtu 1'. Hccs, wife of the
Admiral looked handsome In u pale
lavender messallnc, with irrldesont
trimmings, Mrs, Wnltcr Hoffman was
becomingly gowned In Nile green
silk, trimmed In pink rose buds. Mrs.
IlnnebeiB's fiotk of wisteria blue
sntln, with nn oerdrcss of black
lace, whs niuth udnilrcd, a black and
gold ornament was worn In tho hair,
with this tltunnlng costume, Mrs.
llnlph Kosier, wife of tho Ilrltlsh
Consul, woro old rose, with rose point
laic, Mrs. Ernest Mott-Smlth wns ro
gul In blnck, Mrs. I'red Macfarlano
woio n wlilto lute lobo, Miss llallen
t)iio woio a pink peau do crepo, Miss
Agnes Walker wore u pale hluo silk
crepe, euihioldcred In silver, Miss
I.lly I'nty was clad In u blnck nut,
with sllvor trimmings, Miss Melicr's
light bluo empire gown, was becom
ing to her blond typo of beauty.
Among thoso present wore: Admiral
und Mrs. Coiwln P. Hoes, Mr. and
Mih. finest Mott-Smlth, Consul nnd
Mik. Itulph 1'nrstor, Mr. and Mis.
Oeorgo Ilodlck, Doctor und Mrs. Wal
ter Uorfmnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tied Mac
tuilnne, Mr. und Mrs. A, Hantherg,
Miss Agues Walker, Miss I,. I'aty,
Miss Kthol Spalding, Miss Molier,
Miss I)oi othy Wood, Miss MM, Miss
D. Ilallentyne, Miss Wiiterhousc, Miss
Violet Malice, Miss Helon Alexander,
Miss Iruiii ll.illeiitjne, Miss Alice
Spuldlug, Mr, I'aul Isenberg, Captain
Schi oodui, I.Uut-Comniiindcr Coniiu-!
man, I.lcut-Comninuder Albrecht,
I. lout. on llomhiird, I. lent, llarh
foldt, Meut. Sthnlten, I, lent, Koenlg,
l.lutiL Sthmolllng, Count von SchnieK
tow, Start Suigeou Dr. Kiause and I
Lieut, Sthullcn, I
Mrs, Charles Baldwin's luncheon. '
l-'ifday, Mis. Charles Duldwlu was
.t&f. A .1.
I'M. .-! .1L
the hostess ut u beautifully appointed
him hum, given In honor of Mrs.
Duncan Murdoch, who was her house
guest. Ten plates encircled the
highly polished table whero the lun
cheon was 8ered. Tho center of tho
table was graced with red Jockmlnot
loses, u tall cut glass Ubc resting
on u chili) late center piece, contain
ed thtse beautiful (lowers. Small
chili) laco ilollltB, to match the cu
ter piece were Btnttcrcd over the pol.
Ishcd surface of tho tabic. Long
stemmed red loses, with tho name
cmd attached wcie found nt each
plnce, and worn by the guests dur
ing tho remainder of the afternoon.
The hostess guests were: Mrs. Dun
can Mm doch of Maul, Mrs, Kidman
llaldwln,' Mrs. Torbes, Mrs. Arthur
Alexander, Mis. Atherton, Mrs. John
Guild, Mrs. Tnink Alexander of
Maul, Miss Agues Alexander nnd
Mrs. Thomas Church,
Mr. nd Mrs. A. J. Campbell's Pol
Saturday ovenlng, Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell entertained at n pol supper
nt their homo on llcietanln ncnue, I
Tho tulilo wns bedecked with lels
and carnations, and tho toothsome
viands were nil culled from old time
Hawullnu receipts. Among thoso pro
bent wcie; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Cump-
boll, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cerrlt Wilder, Mr.
nnd Mis. Charles Wilder, Mrs. Gcr
tiudu Wilder, Miss IMttli ll.uncs of
i Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. James Wilder's Children Party.
I Mrs. Jumes Wilder entei (aincil
Saturday ut her home by the sea,
In honor of her llttlo daughter, Kl-
nuu's birthday. Three o'clock was
the hour sot for tho entertainment,
nnd many merry bojs nnd girls be
gan to arrive at that time. It was
indeed a gala day for the llttlo folk,
for Mr. und Mrs. Wilder had planned
ever) thing to add to the enjoyment
of their daughter's guests. Mnny
games were phoed on tho lawn,
about flvo o'clock refreshments of
Ices, cakes, leiuonndo and candles
were served that are so dear to the
binall boy nnd girl. Full Justice was
done to the dainty viands, und many
pretty souvenirs were presented tn
the guests; llttlo Miss Klnnu receiv
ed tho congratulations of those pro
tent, and made nn Ideal little hostess.
Mrs. Hobdy's Bridge luncheon.
Mis. W. C. Hohdy, wife of Doctor
Hobdy entci tallied Informally nt
luncheon Trlday nt her Swiss Chalet
on College Hills. The tablo was d
corated In trailing iinsturiums, nud
covers were placed for six. After en
Jo)Ing n delicious luncheon tho
gutsts plned bridge (he rest of tho
alternoou. Those present were; Mrs.
Hobdy, 'Mis. C. II. Wood, Mrs. U.
Tcnny l'eck, Mrs. Ernest Water
house, Mrs. rrcdcrltk Klamp and
Mis. Harry I.owls.
Mrs. Thomas Church entertained
Informally nt luncheon, Tuesdny in
honor of Mis, Duncan Murdock. Cov
ers weie laid for eight, and the table
.decorations woro scarlet.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Everything at a Sacrifice
LIQUOBS, TOILET ARTICLES, NICKEL PLATED WARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, AGATE
WARE, CIGARS, WINES AND CHAMPAGNE, ETC., ETC.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
169 KING STREET.
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