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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATUnDAY, MAY 13, 1911.
FINE LINGERIE UNDERWEAR
Sachs' Annual Spring Sale
BEGINS ON MONDAY, MAY 15th
As we only buy from the most reliable and best manufacturers the qualities shown
are decidedly above the average. All our garments aie made of fine quality
Nainsook and Cambric, and will be marked at quick-selling prices.
in White Serge with hair
stripe. Also the White
Serge with Black Velvet
Collar and Cuffs. Call
and inspect those fash
ionable suits. No charge
In Plain White, Checks,
Stripes and Fancies
SACHS' DRY GOODS COMPANY,
Corner ForL and Berctania St.s.
Opposite Fire Station
in Colored Patterns- and N
in the Border effects
Mrs Manx s Card Party.
Vm NiiIiiii Mulx in ilic t s
Murine Corps entei mined at t.irdi
KH'liu iiMi-miMin, iomptimciii.ir in
Uir now koiWip p"oplr Altliouidi
Ihiio hi( lir n Iniiunii'i ililo socli1
himtlti-is llilx wceh uf a delightful
mi I inc. Muni nl iliuni iintM have hi en
nunc pUHiuiiit, Minn ilic brldgt pirn
ot Mm Alnrlx IIiIh hostess possess
Cil wide Kiel il experience, lint onlv
liming traveled eti iibIoIv, she
omo iimn one of the oliloKt mil
niont piiiiiiliieni families of SI I'.inl,
pilfir In lier marriage was i reigning
belli In thai (ll Vi'Hlenl i) .ittor
llnmi the tablet, wiie imimcoil m ihe
large Kb, i hin.il mli'st u piettj sol
Ubr or palms The teen tallies wcie
rr hililhe "in lalilt wan no! nnlilu Tin
liiM'ih flie nunc and Mine r.iri!n
we'i h ui, piintcit. Willi mtlilu me
Jap mi lililirili- tlnw n ihn
mini scheme coreopsis pl,ied n pni
inli'iMil p.ut In the decorations At.
Hie tmuliiHluii of the pin? lug n Imf
Tei lea wan tei-vcil in the dining room
In Hie center (ir the Iiiuk Inlile wan a
ieei biskel, llllcil with conopsls. tlio
handle wiik liid with ,i bin id s.iiln
clow rlhliiin Mrs Inliti Piilinei h i-l
Mrs Pioderlrk Damon waB the fnr
tunntv winner nf Ihu lonanl itl m
Pilre n pair of Japanese sllppcis,
wound wllli pile pink H-itlti ribbon
Among Mih Arthur Mnrlx's gues's
weio Mrs Wnllei Cowles, Mrs Monl
uimien Maconili, Mm Neville, Mr
l'Mn.iiil ,1 '1 Iniliorl.iko, .Mih. IIiiiii
Iihiii Mm l'lilniiin Mis. Jnhmon n
IVrl liugir. Mis Chapman, Mrs. C
II WniMl, Mi8 Kriderltk Dimiin, Mitt
Charles WllileY. Mrs WlnlcrH, Mm
MrSlotkei, .Mrn Turner, Mrs. Mary
Wlilillflelil, Mrs Wllhiir, Mis. lloct
Ing Mil) l'rntt, Mr Joseph (lllm.ui
Mrn c Wldiomi,n .Mrs (tiislnv
Sch.iefcr, Mrs. Cnchran and Mm.
t lim Rt. (if the entering, It Is m.edle.i; Wilnix of the U. 8. Itex-niio Culler
tn male th.it Ihn Ires. nikps rnrre
snndwlthos, etc., were delicious So
er.il guests weio tin.ihlo to play
bridge but diupped In fm the linf
fel ,! limine rifioslimcnts a plcu
satil ilerslon was made U the
uwardinent nf tlio prizes These were
thamiils Jewel bags, tho wero el
pi el t nnd nnlipio nn 1 were wnn hv
Mrs Montgomoi) Miinmili Mrs Clua
l.n tMincfer. Mis Carl Wiiluinnnii
priyo wits an after ill it
serlre, Mm. Cnnko, wife nf Captain
Cooke, Mrs Itnj l'r.incls Smith and
hci house guest, Miss Cult man, Mr
Wind, Mrs Titltlo, Mrs Sheedy, Mrs
lMwnrds, Miss Cnwlcs, Mrs. Kings
bun, Mrs WTIhims Mrs. Win. II,
Castle, Miss ilcatrlc CiMIe Mis
Hubert Shingle, Ml-.Im ill I' Cn'ike,
Mrs lo'm MrCnnillLKH, Mrs. Khun
l.nw, Mis John Palmer, Mis. Iliown,
Mis Campbell, wlfo nf Major Camp-
hell, Mrs. l).ils Mrs A K Ilumpli-
Tim 1,. nit
hit rnffef ssm)ii. In Herman silu"- i'"H Mrs Sniilli, mother of I)r 1m
"inl w ! won h Miss IJilllli C'nwles Ker Smith Mir, A Newton Iieke
Mis Willlatn C Wilder. Miss (liilu
ble. Mis, i:il?aln'th I'litinb ami olli
eni. Reception at Arcadia.
(I(icinor and Mrs Waller 1'ienr
pieslilcd lit another of theli iIuIIrIi!
"At llomu'B" Mciniln afternoon fiuin
1 lit C. OwIiir In the appro ich of
Hie Bhimnet se.e,nn tliiB will he tlio
lust monthly reieptlon Riven by Hie
(loternor mid tils wife until llio fall
luoiiths. Mis lliahmrd Kinllli, u
lousln of Mis. Wnltii 1'ieur, leielMMl
wllh Ihu C!ocruor and his wife, midst
n vcttlnR nf pink loses and palms,
Mrs. I'icji looked thaimliiR In n
hiiuil-m.ido whl'i liiiRerlu; Mii
Hialnnid Smith was also clad In n
lingerie frock, arllsth ill cmbroldci
ed; Mrs. fiorrlt I' Wlhler nnd. Mis.
.AiiRiistus Alfinl Kmnlseit ponied ten
.'Hid corfec In ihe dlnliiR iimiui mid
wero nsslsled n Miss Ituth lllchards.
Miss Marjorlc lillnum anil Miss Uiiim
Alhcrlon Mis (icrrlt Wilder was n
plituiu in u Puis Rnwn of black and
white, striped ililfrim over satin. Tlio
lower portion of the riiwii was oiIrimI
wllh n band of stillu, in KlnR blue,
this shade b is been proclaimed b
the fatililoN ililo inollsUs of l'.irls to
bo tlio leadliiR color for the season
tlio unfortunate part Is, Hint It Is n
tr.vliiR color, and but few proplo can
wear It although It suits Mrs WII
dei's typo In perfection A bonnet of
this blue, encircled by n willow plumo
In tlio KIiir blue, was worn, nnd was
Rrtatly iidnilicd by oery one. Mrs
Krlo Alfred KiukIkcii was stunnliiR In
nn cmbioldcrcd crepe do clilnc. villi
a (lowered liirbnn. The followliiR Is
n list of piomlncnl society folk who
assisted In the entertainment of tlio
Clients: Mri HcuJ.iinln V. DIllliiRlinin
Mrs. William Moore. Mrs Uruco McV,
Mackall, Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Smllli,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold ( DlllliiRham.
Scnnlnr A. K. Knudscn, Mr. (lorrlt
P. Wlhler, ami tlio Misses Until Hlcli
nrds, I .aura Alliorton nnd Mnrjorlo
Engagement of Society Girl Announc.
Mrs Mary Wilder (limn nnnnuncos
tlio OiiRiiKemcnl of her dnuRhtcr
IMnu, lu Mr. Edwin M Chamberlain
of CamhrlilRC, Mass. Miss Uiln
(lunn Is an Island rIiI linvliiR been
born and spent tlio mnni iMirllnn uf
her Rlrlhood da)s In Uonoliilu She
conies from one of Hie ojdest and
most eminent families of Honolulu
during her roslilcnco bcro slio was
one of tlio most iopulnr B'rls of the
younger set. Bho Is not only exceed
ingly pretty, but Is accomplished as
well. Her 'legion of friends nro deep
ly Interested In her wedding that will
occur this summer In Now York. Mr.
Chamberlain Is a wealthy young East
erner, whoso faintly Is prominent both
socially anil In business circles. Mr
Chmnhcrlnln will Rriuluntc from Har
vard Collego In Juno; tho wedding
will occur shoitly after. Tho honey
moon will be pcnt motoring through
Lieut, and Mrs. Bowen's Dinner.
A tnll silver vase containing jcl
low marguerites inndo an unusunllv
handsome Horn! decoration for tho
dinner table when Ueut. and Mr.
Ocorgo How en entertained at dinner
Tho nine cotors wero designated by
hnnd-palntcil cards, ornamented with
ctlow daisies. Mrs, now en In ro
nowncd for her artistic ability, tho
ilccorallonB for her entertainments
aro both artistic and unique. frl
ilny'g dinner proved no exception to
tho rule. Among (ho guests wero
Moot and Mrs. Qrnlmm, Miss Cart-
wright, Dr. anil Mib Smith, I.lcut
McClccry and I.leut Ilodgcrs.
Captain and Mrs. Johnson's Dinner.
Captain and Mrs Cartor and Cap
tain and Mrs. Hdwnrds of tho U. SI
Army wore the complimented gue. tt
of Captain nnd Mrs. Joiinsnn wen
ncsilay ocnlng at dinner. Tho host
nnd hoitcss" atlracthe home nt Port
rtuper was hamlsomcly decorated for
tho occasion. Mauve was tho color
chosen for tho itrcnrallto scheme
Asters In this shndc with Australian
maiden hair, nnd the tinlllng nspnia
giis no produced nn cffcclUc decot
ntlon, Admiral and Mrs. Cowles Dinner.
Admiral and Mrs Cowles" dinner
Klten Tuesday oenlng wnp a piolty
and plcasuinblo affair. iVhlte anl
green was tho color scliciuo and tho
ilccorntlons wero extiemeiy iiiIIbIIc
Ainmig Ailmlinl and Mrs mid Miss
Cowles' guests wero Major and Mii
Uiinilinm, Jddgo and Mrs William
Whitney, Captain and Mrs. Johnson
of Fort linger. Miss Knthcrlno Ste
phens, I.lcut Andrews, 1), S. A, ami
Ueut. Oujlcr II S N.
eat Bargains in New and Used
We have taken in exchange
on sales of Steinway Grands
and other new pianos some
hi mm: itvm i.immii: yuuu uocu picmus, wiiicii uui
tuner, Mr- Geisecke, has thoroughly overhauled, '
and renewed, and reburnished the worn parts.
hl'Vlllt Pl.V.MI, .STYI.K IJ.
These we are offering from
. .' :. ; ,-v:t
which is two-thirds less than &TKiwAym.ilvruHii ua.
yeal value. We, have, Steimvay Grands and Up
rights, which we sell at San Francisco prices.
Wejhave Seven Starr Pianos, Four Packard Pianos, One Kranich, te Bach Piano, Five
Richmond Pianos, One Regent Piano, Two Cecilian Player Pianos,
One Regent Player Piano
Vt is .". " I'
All of these 21 Pianos are guaranteed absolutely new. and first class. Our store is over-stocked and we have more pianos on the way.
BETWEEN NOW AND JUNE 10th
i ' .
We will sell any of the above Pianos, excepting the Steinways, at from seven to twelve per cent discount from our regular marked
price, which can always be found on any piano in our store. Terms cash or on easy installments.
We do everything in the way of tuning and repairing, and guarantee our work to be first class.
Thayer Piano Company, Hotel Street