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EVKNINO ntJM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY. AUO. 27, 1010.
Everybody Is Now Using
THE FIRST SHOWING OF ADVANCED
Fall Styles in Millinery
. .NEW TURBANS, AUTO HATS AND BONNETS, AND THE
NEW "TURKISH TURBAN" A
A BIO SPECIAL SA,E OF
' WILL BEdlN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, AND
i CONTINUE FOR THREE DAYS
Reductions vill be made on Hemmed Romeo Sheets,
Hemstitched Romeo Sheets. Hemmed Franconia Pillow
Cases, Embroidered Grass linen Dress Patterns, Waist Pat
terns, Round Table Cloths, Hcm&'itchcd Table Cloths. Doy
lies, Tea Cloths, Scarfs, Table Centers and. Tray Cloths.
Also, Battcnberg Art Goods, including Scarfs, Squares.
Centerpieces, Doylies, etc.
A complete stock of BUTTERIOK PATTERNS and the
new AUTUMN FASHION BOQK. A copy should be in tho
hands of every lady who designs her own gowns. A pat
tern is given free with every copy.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Go ye therefore into the land
of' Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above ;the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
--Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
To be GOOD Beer
THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
' THE IMPORTANCE OF
PURITY IN FOOD
can not be overlooked by the caicful houEcwifc. Jellies,
Preserved Fruits, jtcjehups, Relishes, Pickles, etc., are too
often put up with harmful preservatives nnd artificial fla
voring and coloring matter.
ARE ABSOLUTELY PURE
All of tho famous "07" ttt Your filacers
The demand for our improved appliances ha3 taken
such n jump that. wo need more room. . ,
New commodious premises nro . now being' remodeled,
nnd wc move about the middle of August corner Alakca
Honolulu Gas Co.,LtcL
Dinner nt Srlinlli-ld Harrurks.
One of tin) most oliilmrntu runctlonn
ex or given by tho snmrt set of O.iliu
wns tlio dinner daneo ulilcli ro glien
ThurHilny evening by tho dtllccrH if
tin! nth Clival ry. This entertainment
was Riven In honor uC tliu membcrii
of tho Maul, Kntml anil other Onhu
polo teams. The dinner was nerved
nt hair-alter mw'h In tho onicors'
main. Colors were Inld for slty,
nnd tho dceonitlnns wero most clnb
onite, yellow nnd green being chosen
to enrry lnt tho dccorntlvo scheme
Tho mess room wus deoruted with
palms, iniililenlmlr fern nnd feathery
luimboo. Flags, pennants nnd tliu rcg
Iniental rolors were nine effectively
tna-d. During the dinner inatiy witty
nnd Interesting nj-eOclies were made
During tho repast tho Dth Cavalry or
chestra tarnished music. TIiIh la one
of tho Wat orchestras! In thn nrniy.
Alter dinner they plujed for the danc
ers, wlilrh gave milled neat to tho
dancing. On thin urcnRlon inimy bemi
llfnl toilettes wero worn hy the fnlr
hex, nnd tho olllcers looked extremely
nutty In service white. Only the polo
plujiTx, their wltes nnd Intimate
frlcnilH were Invited Id this plenanr
nblo affair. It was it'grettcil liy the
onicerM of the filh Cavalry tlmt some
of the town folk nnd members belong
ing to other brunches of tho service
could not ho Invited, but owing .to the
limited iii!irtcra a larger iiffnlr eould
not bo glicn. Dancing win Indulged
until it late hour. The guests or honor
motored to town in tho "weo sum'
hours," this ride proving enjoyable,
iia It was bright moonlight.
Among those seated nt tho tnblo
wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Ilaldwln,
Mr nnd Mrs. Ilnrold Itlco. Mr. David
Homing, Mont, nnd Mrs. IJnriiiird,
Lieut nnd Mrs. Cunningham, Lieut, anil
Mra. Stewart, I'upluln Settles, Captain
Ilnlght, Captain Torsytli, LltuL Wim
nii, Lieut. Hume, Lieut I'hll Sheridan,
Lieut. Morrison, Lieut Winter, Lieut
Itodney, Lieut. Hoyt, Walter Hilling
linm, Captain mid Mrs .KiiIIb. Mr. mid
Mrs. Chnrles Hire, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Arthur Itlco, Mr. and Mrs. iau llald
wln, Mr. Philip Itlee, Colonel Hchny
ler, Major nnd Mrs. Poster, Captain
nnd Mrs. Ilolhrook, Captain and Mra
Wnlciitl, Captain and Mrs. Kooslcr,
ChipIiiIii mid Mrs. Day, Captain mid
Mrs. Sturgos, Lieut, and Mrs. Qulnlmi,
Lieut, and Mrs. Wlnnla, Lieut, mid
Mrs. Ilarton, Lieut, mid Mrs. (Jreg
ory. 8tao Dinner at Mr. Shlnnle'o.
Mr Itohert lihlnglo will onlprtnlu In
honor of the visiting polo teams at a
stag dinner thlJ evening All the dee
orations will bo to curry out the polo
tournament, that hag Just lieen cum
pleled. Tin, placo eanfs will ho mini,
aturo polo halls; After tho dinner
tho party will ntUml tho ilanco that le
being given hy tliu O.iliu I'olo Club
at th Moaua Hotel this menlng
Among those present will be- Messrs
It. W. Shlnglo, Will Ilntli. Arthur Wil
cler. Hil I'.irls, J. Walerlioiise, C.
Cooko, C. II. Olson. II. Walker, liar
old Castlo. Ceo. Poller, Clmtllo Shin I
l-'iank ThompsoitfW. Williamson. Ctpi
nills, (Ins Sqliarlir, Abe l.owls, At
Castle, ,1. W. Waldrun, M. P. I'rosHer,
Judgo 8. M. Halloa, W. bllllnghiiiu.
II. Dllllpghiiui.-B. Haldwln, W, Hald
win, V. rtalilwlu,'!!. Ilahlwln. I). Klein
lig, Harold Illoo,' A.'.ltlce, C. Itlco, P.
Itlco. It. SpahlliiK. flfo. niliclilld. Lt.
lnutou, Lt 8herdan, Lt. Htowart
Cfipt. I'orsyllie, Lt-llainard, Jt. AtMn
Miss Hoflman't, Card Party.
IIbh Hoffiunii eiiturtnlni'il nl ranis
l-'rjllny afternoon In honor of Miss
Ada llhodua. Tho bumillftil Hocking
homo on Kownlo street ua a bloom
wljh mil ilowors nnd Lo.iut tritl potted
palms. Tim first prize a beauilful
Oriental necklace was won bj Ml
Hultli, tho second prln' was won In
Mm Hhuody, wife or l.l Hheedi ii
tho Navy, MIm Ada llhoilos wus pre
touted with n Kuuel prtje, a luauilfut
cillnefo curd run'.' Aim " Knouts
wits: Miss Wictitlrum, MIm Ad
HliOla. !" U'dlii Mcltrwlitr, MIm
Ailfu IK), Mr. Ilubo, VIK tfnilili,
Mrs. Slicedy, Mrs. Kred I'mioii nnd
Mrs Cnlwcll, dnughler or Mr and
Mrs. Wood or tho Promotion Commit
tee will ho married Monday to Mr
Ilurstln or Bishop & Co.
I Mrs. Chester' J. Iltinn will be nt
homo nrter Keptenilier 1 si at her
homo In the t'. H. i:purlneiii Station
I Mrs. Clirtnn II. Tracy will be m
' home nrter September 1st at I IJO Vic
(Additional Social, Pages IS and 13)
The fliinl iiorfoi'lllililce of Hie Ciudno
Musk-ul Comedy company mil In- glv
en Monday nlglit. Hy siiei I d request
Hie engaem-nt which wax to have
tci initiated this aftvnoon, tll bo ex
tended onn night. In the way of n
speelnt attraction all of the xucressos
of tho eomiiauy'it M-asoti will h- re
lieilled togeilier with maiiv now and
novel uiiiubors. Miss Maude itoek
well, Iliiucn and Rldoon. Harris Mc
Qiilro, Harry tlarrlly. Harry Htuatt
Laurel Atkins. Olgii Steeh. Vllma
Stccli and Carlton Chase nr? Included
In next week's program and all ot
them will appear.
Thomas Harris resident at Tort Hu
ger has filed his application for nat.
utilization as an Atueileiut rtllzen
liailiig licett In the United Stales since
IS":i and having been in tho t In I led
81a. s army for twenty four years
llnrris landed at New Orleans, lie
eemlier r,, 1870, having lieen born in
Ilia npplleiillon for naturalisation
was filed jeslenlay mid It will eome
up for hearing In Federal Court Nov
MAUD nOCKWELL STAYS OVCrt.
Pationn of tho tlieatio who have
listened to Miiud Itocknell's eharmlng
icndltlon of high class hnnga at tlio
Now Orphotiiii Tli (itre for nwcral
wcoks will hu delighted Willi the
news Hint Mlso Itoekwell will stay
over and sing at the Kmplre. Tbentre
ror Butetal we'ks. Miss Itoekwell Is
one or the ehtsslest hlugors who has
appeared In Honolulu, she lias n mag
tilflciiit wardrobe, n pleasing Mage
pieneneo, nnd n voice or nnicli power
and ilehness, eveellenlly traluoil. The
pnlty Deguioiid Sinters and Thompson
will nlso appear and nil the singers
will bo nsslsted by an excellent or
He hud been calling on her twice a
week for a month, wheu he thought
It time to do a little Investigating
"Hxcuso me. Miss Clara," he tmfd,
"hut can you er -cook?"
"KxeiiKi inn, Mr. (Ireetilng." replied
the rulr maid, roldly, "hut If yuu ex
peet me to reaeb your heart throutih
)our stotniu b you are going to get
piupli oi oiei, nilii I li.mii)t llli
bid in b,nntt til ml mIih have,
mi 1 1 fit i nt miiiioi Mug to ilielr ad
vantage if ihuy will ea 1 1 Helpful
diet list (riw
Honolulu rmuu go,, ltd. ,
If you are after fine clothing you should see ours.
If you once know it, it will come to your mind
every time you think of fine clothing.
If you put it on your back you will be a pleased
customer every time you wear it.
Wc don't inako much of a splurge on .
frills, but when it comes to manly
clothing, .garments that show true
' refinement, and exclusive designs, and
good tailoring, we go the limit.
If you've seen all the lirfes in town except ours
you still have much to see.
TtI 2 11 53 0PQ the inhabitants Qf warm coun
JLli CL11 dgCo tries have known Nature's
call for a barley and malt food.
Hellanicus, in writing of Plinthium, a city in
Egypt, said that the Egyptians made a wine of barley
that they considered very necessary for the body.
Today the increasing use of "wine from barley"
well proves .the wisdom of the old Egyptians. Our
men of science who make a study of the fiuman
economy endorse and urge the use of barley and malt
in the form of pure beer.
The reason is that beer is healthful. The malts
and hops are nerve food, and the habit of drinking it
keeps the body supplied with fluid to flush out the
THE WEAK, THE NERVOUS AND THE SLEEP
LESS MUST HAVE IT.
In Hawaii, where the air is lacking m" allviFalifyJ
where the least unusual effort results in exhaustion,
the necessity for this food is marked.
And here can be had a beer that is absolutely
pure and properly aged.
The Jecr That's Brewed .
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