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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 15. 19)1.
SPECIAL SALE OF RIBBONS AT SACHS' THIS WEEK
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Children's and Misses
We havs jutt opened another line of
thete popular garments. Made of the
beet imported Gingham, guaranteed
perfect fitting, fast colors and cut on
the latest styles.
Ages from 5 to 14 years, at all prices
from $2 25 to $6 50 each.
Commencing Monday Morning, July 1 7th
Fancy Stripe Hair Ribbon,'
Moire in all colors, 5 1-2 in. wide, 45c.
Scotch Plaid Ribbons, - - 50c.
Dresden, and Black and White Stripe, 60c.
6 in. and 7 in. Roman Stripes, Persian
and Dolly Varden Ribbons, - 75c.
Brocaded Silk Ribbons - - 80c.
40c. Special; 30c. per yd.
OUR. WHOLE STOCK OF FANCY RIBBONS UP TO $3.50 PER Yd. AT BIG REDUCTIONS
Himalaya haa a beautiful lustra, and
In brilliancy and softness of texture la
anexaet replica of the finest Oriental
faeries. 35c per yard.
The earn material with very hand
some border designs In contrasting col'
ors, 40c per yard.
Are especially appropriate for all Sum
mer uses, afternoon frocks, misses' and
children'a dresses, shirt-waists and
baby dresses finest French Lingerja.
20c to Me per yard.
N. S. SACHS DRV GOODS COMPANY
JIlsi .Myrtle Schumann' Luncheon.
Miss Mnilcllno Itoss was tlio motif
of h very beautiful lunchtoii nn Wed
nesday nt which Miss Myrtle Schu
mann was hostess The Schumann
homo was artistically decorated with
pink llrazlllan hlblscun and masses
of whllo marguerites Intermingled,
which wero arranged about the draw
ing room anil library In largo vnsos
In the dining room were hung greens
anil bra si biskctB of maidenhair fern.
1'I.uls were (et for ten of the young
rr Kiclety girls of Honolulu about a
beautiful koa tabic set with raro
dollies, hand-painted china, cut gluss
and silver. The ilccorntlons for this
luncheon wero whlto Shasta daisies
and ping la Marquo roses, which wero
chosen on account of being tho favor
Itc flowers of tho guist of honor.
These flowers were, tastefully arrang
ed by tho hostess In n golden banket
with masses of lacy maidenhair and
asparagus fern. Around the basket
dainty pink roses wero set In cut glass
vases, producing a very pretty effect.
Tho hand-painted place cards woio
very appropriate for this occasion, us
they woro little ships tied with pink
ribbons tang streamers of pink and
blue tullo suspending from u hugo
feathery bow wore tied to the handle
of tho basket. As favors each guest
leeched a llttlo golden basket laden
with the decorative flowers. Alto
gether this French luncheon was ono
of the prettiest of tho season. After
luncheon several games wero played,
the prizes being awarded to Miss Ruth
Sopor and Miss Helen McLean for
first prizes, and Miss Helen Spalding,
vho won both second" prlzc3. Thcso
prizes were bcititlful leather-bound
books and oliolio Hawaiian Fischer
pictures Thoso who were bidden to
accept Miss Schumann's gracious hos
pitality wero Miss Madeline Hoss,
Wlss Paulino fichacfur, Miss Ituth
Soper, Mies Daphlne Damon, Miss
Helen McLoan, Miss Margaret Center,
Miss Thelma Murphy, Miss Margaret
Bostarlck, Miss Helen Spalding and
Miss Ollva Long of California.
""Mlss Madeline Itoss leaves Honolulu
J! the early part or August, much- to
'He disappointment of t her friends,
;ho expected a longer stay. She has
been entertained n front itaui k !..
jirgo circle of friends Miss Host. In-
?uu to ouier miss Hansom s private
school In Piedmont, Cal.
Schoenlna Surprise Party.
A delightful surprlso pari) was
tendered to Mrs. c. J. Schocnlng wlfo
TRIO OF AMERICAN WOMEN
CI) do Wright, Mr Vnnvvngncr.
Invited were. Mr and Mrs llnjd, Mr.
CI) do Wright, Mr. Vanwagnor, Mr,
and Mrs T. J. McOrath, Mrs. Harriet
Cvans, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Illlo, Mrs
W A Itlitcnut. Tho flrkt prize for tho
Itdlcs was won liv Mrs. McGrnth.
Mr. Mrrnn Tlmbrrluke Kiilortnlin. .
Mr Wrrnn Tlmberlako, tho oldest
son of Major and Mrs. Kdward I
Tlmbcrlake, entertained a coterie of
his friends In a delightful maimor
Thursday evening. Mrs Tlmberlako
and the young host met tho company
of )oung pcoplo with four nrniy con
veyances nt the end of tho car line,
and drove to the beautiful and ar
tistic bungalow of tho Tlmhcrlakcs.
The vcrandai wero hung with gaily
colnrcd lanterns, nnd tho house
throughout was adorned with pink
nstcrs and daisies. Later In tho eve
ning tho young people viewed tho
wonderful nnd awe Inspiring fortifi
cations at Fort Rugcr. It was In
structive as well as Interesting. On
tho return to tho house delicious re
freshments wero served nt small
tables on the lanal. Each tnblo was
ornamented with carnations. Aflcr
supper several of the guests played
nn ukuleles and guitars, singing nnd
Playing collego airs nnd Hawaiian
songs. The Tlmberlakcs are South
erners and possess that wonderful
gift of Southern hospitality that Is ad
mired and appreciated by tho ones
that have been cntcrtnlned under their
roof. Among tho guests Thursday eve
ning were Miss Margaret ReBtnrlck,
Miss Ruth McChCBnoy. Miss Helen
Spalding ,Mlss Thelma Murphy, Miss
Martha McChcsney, Miss Fannie
Cochran, Miss Ruth 8oper, Miss Ma
deline Ross, -Messrs. Billy Chapman,
"i "Oil, A. Ilenton. 1 1. Chanmnn
Reynold McGrew, C. Stevens, Marston
Campbell and Oscar Stephens.
Paymaster and Mrs. Steven's Dinner.
A most beautiful dinner wan clv
by Paymastor and Mrs. Stevens. Frl-
any evening at, Iho Hotel Colonial
iciiuw ana gtecn was th color
scheme. Among Pavmasler unH m
Stevens' guests wore Captain and
Mrs. Oame, Captain 'and Mrs. Bd
wards and Lieut, and Mrs. Pratt.
Captain and Mrs. Clarke's Dinner,
Friday evening. Captain and Mrs.
Clarke entertained at a violet dlnnor,
complimentary td Captain and Mrs.
Clifton Carter and Captain and Mrs.
Putnam. The beautiful dlnnor table
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LONDON, Juno 30 Three Ameri
can women who wero prominent In
the society affairs attending tho coro
nation festivities Juno 19 to 30 aro
tho Countess of Grnnnard, Mrs. Dand
ridge Spotswood and I.ady Dccles.
Mrs. Spotswood, who was Miss Kath-
crlne von Woir, was born In tho'
United States, though her grandfather'
was n baron. She has long been
imminent In London society. One of
her priced possessions Is a Jowelcd
frog she received from King Edward
u short time before ,hls death. Lady
Dccles was Vivien Gould, daughter of
(Jcorgo Gould of Now York. The
Countess of Granard was Beatrice
Mills of New York, Sho entertained
lavishly during the' celebration.
Miss Agnes Wnlkcr, Miss Ktitcman,
II. I). M. S. Consul Ralph Forstor and
Wednesday Bridge Club.
Hand embroidered tray clolhs wero
tho dainty prizes chosen for the Wed
nesday Brldgo Club, when tho mem
bers met, this week, nt Iho home of
Mrs. Joseph Shcedy, on Pacific
Heights. Mrs. Wintors. wife of Cap
tain Winters won tho first prlzo and
MrB. Smith of Fort Shatter, tho soc
ond. A full complement of club mem
bers were present and a delightful
afternoon was spent.
Mrs. Gcorgo Hnrrlson Lamborson
nnd her daughter, Miss Catherine
LamberBon, prominent society folk of
Portland, Ore, arrived recently In
Honolulu and aro tho guests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Harry Wilder. Mrs. Ijm-
bcrson Is tho mother of tho latter, A
number of social ovents aro being
planned. In their honor. On Thursday,)
Mrs. jiarry vviiuer win cmuriHin hi a
luncheon later In tho afternoon a fcvV
friends will bo entertained Informally
DirrilOIT, Mich, Juno 21. Tyrus
Cobb, icntcr llcldcr of tho Detroit
Am.erlc.an League Baseball Club, de
clared )etcrday that he was seriously
considering nn offer to go on tho stage
next winter In n irvlslon of "Tho Col
lego Widow." Several prominent the
atrical men and Outllelder Jimmy Cal
lahan of tho Chicago American aro
said to be Interested In tho venture.
Instead of the Widow being tho hero
ine the play will bo revised, It la said,
to place tho champion batsman In tho
leading rule, nnd a baseball instead of
a football game will figure In the plot.
CKYNtAIj UNION' CHURCH.
Scrvlcos on Sunday, July 16, as fol
lows: Bible School at 9:fi0 a nU William
A. Dowcn, superintendent. Classes
fpr all ages; men's nnd women's class
led by President Gllmoro.
Morning worship nt 11 o'clock
Dr. Scuddcr will preach. Singing by
Miss Collins nnd Mrs. Weight
Kndeavor meeting at 6:30 p. m
Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock.
Dr. Scuddcr will preach.
f tho iKiptilar automobile man, nt thp was abloom with purplo violets, with
rasioencn of i nomas iioyd In Palolo' piaco cards to match. Silver candola
valley Tuesday night. Mrs. Schoenlng bra and mauvo tulle, mado protty nc
Invlted there to dinner and Just ns ccssorles toward tho decorations, this
tiat pleasant event ,wns coming to a. dinner was among tho prettiest of the
cjoso soino thirty or more friends
hurst In'o the house loaded with ov
$ry thing thnt goes to make up a com
plete surprise party.
JThlB affair was in the naturo of a
frffewcll, as Mrs. Schoenlng loaves on
the Clnudlne Friday to rosldo on Maul
permanently. Mr. Schocnlng' has es
tablished an automobllo business on
thdiVailHy Isle. '
Games, cards and music filled In
week. Tho Fort Rugcr officers and
Iholr wives aro famed for tholr hos
pltullty. Birthday Dinner.
Suturda) ovonlng. Mrs. Roy Fran
rls Smith of the Navy, gave a sur
pilso birthday dinner In honoi of her
husband. A half a dozen guests were
Invited and a delightful evonlnc whs
enjo)od' Ono of tho features of tho
thoevenlng, and aftor tho prizes wero dinner was a large birthday cako dec
distributed the presentation of a re- orated with candles,
tnembrance gift was made to Mrs. w
Schoenlng, coming from all of her. Th Courtland Bridge Club,
valley friends. When the paokafiol l?''et'y .Pf!"" cre awarded at tho
was opened it discovered a beautiful meeting Wedncsdny ovonlng. or tho
drawn work table cover. Tho reclpl- Courlland Brldgo Club Miss Hnllum
cnt was visible affected whon she won tho Indies 'prize, u hnnd-palntcd
mado a fitting roply It; accetplng ho pin tray; Mr. John was awarded the
kindly remembrance of those who men's prize, a solid Bold collar but
aro sorry to have her loavo the little ton. Tho hotel drowlng room, where
circle, and the best wishes go with the tournament took place was pret
hor In hor now home. Among thoso tlly decorated for the occasion. Anioni;
was Invited thei-e to dinner nad Justus tho pirtlclpants were Mr. nnd Mrs.
and Mrs. Ormlston, Mr. and Mrs. Fos- James Dougheit), Mr. and Mrs. Join
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill. Mr. and son. Mrs. Wilcox, wlfo of Mout. WIN
Mrs. Rndwny, Mrs, Hicks, Mrs. Stone, Wilcox, Miss Hondlej, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mrs. C. J. Schoenlng, MIsb Hfcks, Mr, Urjnn, Dr, and Mrs. Krcar, Mis. Wil
liam Balding, Miss Solomon, Mr. and
Mrs. Moncll, Mrs. Lctson, Miss
Coatcs. Mrs. Fawycr. Miss Hnllum,
Mr. Daniels, Dr. Clark, Mr. Marel
downey, Mr. Woilall, Mr. Bert Clark,
Mr. Charmlclal, tyr. Sherman and
Mr. Seebree's 8upper Party.
Attor the Army hop nt Iho Moan.t
Hotel, Mr. Seebno wils host at an
elaborate supper patty that was giv
en Thin sda'y evening nt tho Union
Grill. The dozen covets wero mark
ed by violet place cards, In fact tho
appointments for tho supper nuio cai
rlcd out In shades of mnuvo.
The Misses Hartwe's Rose Luncheon
Miss Bcrnlcc and Miss Dnrolh)
llartwelf entertained nt a roso lunch
eon, Monday, In honor of MIm Divln
ell of San Francisco. Tho placo cirds
nnd ftora ornamentation for tho table,
wero done In plhk roses. Attor lunch
eon tho afternoon's dlvorslon was
"brldro ' Thoso present wero tho
,MIsscb Hartwcll, Miss Dwlnell, Miss
Marion Scott, Miss Claro Krllcy, Mls
Catherine Gondalc, Mrs, James Jit'ld
and Mrs. Charles Wilder.
Tho many friends of Miss Mniy
Lawronce, will ho delighted to know
that tiho s reeling stronger each day,
and will shortly ho enJo)ing good
health. Miss Lnwrenco has been con
valescing at Mi. and Mrs Frederick
Damon's home on Thurston avenue
Tho latter Is her sister.
Mrs. Hdvvard J. Tlmberlako Is one
of the social favorites of Honolulu,
this fascinating joung Army niatmn
has been mUsed during tha social
gaieties of the week. Mrs. Tlmbcrlake
had a touch of la grippe, on that ac
count was unable, to attend clthei tho
II. S. Nnvnl bill or Mips Kdllli Wil
liams' ilnnce, given on Mnudav even
ing. Mrs. Timborlake Is such a de
voted mother, that sho mado over)
effort to appear a( her son's party,
that was given Thursday evening. It
was duo to her offortB, that the parly
was such a sucresV.
The ladles of Vldu Villa entertained
Tuesday nftornqon In honor of Mrs.
F, M. l'lack, who left Wodnesday for
Han Francisco to visit hor daughters,
Mrs. Kirk M. Portfer and'Mrs. Ernest
Gioslcko gracefully poured tea nnd
coffee. Mrs. Anna F, Wright pre
sided at the Iro cream tabic Dnlnly
refreshments wero served to tho
guests on tho lalial, which hud bcon
tastefully decorated for tho occasion
Gold collar pins woro presented to
Mrs Flack ns a token of esteem of
Mrs. Hi njiiinln Murh' I.tiuchcmi.
Madam Knudsen of Kauai, who
mndo n very short visit In Honolulu,
was tho guest of honor Thursday af
tornoon at tho home of Mrs. Ben
Jnmln lxidgo Marx nt luncheon. Yel
low und grcn was tho color Hchemo
low und green was tho color scheme
friends of tho guest of honor wero
bidden to the affair, tho entertain
ment being of u small nnd Informal
naturo Madam Knudsen returned to
hor homo on Friday, During her
brief stay In Honolulu she was a
guest ut tho Alexander Young Hotel.
Admiral 'and Mrs. Cowles Dinner.
Admiral and Mrs
Tho board of Immigration Ms pro
cecdlng rapidly with its plans for
bringing another shipload of Immi
grants here early this fall, as an
nounced In Iho Bulletin following
tbe reappointment of A. J. Campbell
us agent. The steunicr may be char
tered b) cahlo In order to ensure more
speed) arrangements, but Agent
Campbell will hurry to London to per
fect tho charter If ono Is not closed
Mcnnwhllo the hoard will begin gel
ting tho old flshmarket In condition
to rccelvo and houso the Immigrants
until they aro ready to leavo for tbe
plantations. It will be fanccd and
concreto compartments ccfisVructod
Provision will bo made for soparate
quarters for families and sexes, It Is
Everybody Admires a Beautiful Complexion
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Jin Indhpemable and Delightful
for Fashionable Women.
A dally necessity for the ladles' toilet
whether nt home or while traveling- It
protects the skin from Injurious effects
of the elements, lvc a wonderfully ef
fective beauty to the complexion. It Is
frfect non-greasy Toilet Cream and pos
lively wilt .not cause or encourage the
growth of hair which nil ladles should
guard against when selecting a toilet pre
paration, When dancing, bowling or oth
er exertions heat tho sxln, It prevents a
Qeuraud'a Orlentsl Cream has been
highly recommended by physicians, art
reeses. singers and women of fashion for
over half a century and cannot be sur-
fumed when preparing for dally or even
uouraua wneniei cnim cures nmn
Diseases and relieves Bunhum. nemoves Tun. .nmplm, Blackheads, Moth
Patches Rash, Freckles and Vulgar Redness, Yellow and Muddy Skin, giving
a delicately clear and refined complexion which every woman desires.
No. 11 For sale by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
FenL T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jon Street, New York.
A DAINTY TOILET ASTICLJS.
Every lady who desires to keep
up her attractive appearance, while
at the Theater, attending -Recaptions,
when shopping:, while travel
ing and on all occasions should
carry In liar purse a booklet or
GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL, BEAUTY
LKAVKS. This Is a dainty little
booklet of exquisitely perfumed pow.
dered leaves which are easily re.
moved and applied to the skin. It
Is Invaluable when the (ace becomes
moist and flushed and Is far superior
to a powder puff as It doea not iplll
and soil the clothes.
It removes dirt, soot and grease
from the (ace, Imparting a cool, del
Icato bloom to the complexion, Bent
anywhere on receipt of Ten Centi
In stamps or coin. F. T. HOPKINS.
37 Great Jones street. New York,
CHARLIE HALL ILL.
Hpiclal Uullotln CnrreHpnndf nee )
tlll.O, July H. Charlie Hull, tho
well-known traveling man of this city,
will ho u return passenger to Hono
lulu b) tho Wllholmlna, under tho doc
tor's tare He had a second attack of
appendicitis vvhlel here, and bus been
keeping very cjukt for tho last fow
davs Ho will probably bo operated on
very shortly after his arrival In Hono
lulu Dr, 1 W. rtltt-on of this city will
iiImu go clown b the Wllbelmlna, to
spend a vacation of a month or more.
Walter Cowles Ourliig the nlmenco of Dr. Sexton, his
pHshloii at a beautiful dinner, that worl. was very greatly Increased and
was given Monday evening In honor ho Is now talcing n much needed rest
orCaptiilnnauntoriI.il M. 8. Chul-'llo Is accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
lenger Bhatta daisies and maiden Henrj Holmes of Honolulu, his uncle
hair feins formed tho conlor-pleco.'and mint, who have bean hero to soe
Those who vvcio Invited to meet Cap-Jtho volcano and at vvhone homo he will
tain Oanut vvcio Di. nnd .Mrs Hrnest Hpend several weeks.
Kliiloch Johnstone, Captain and Mis. t()
Clifton Carter, Miss Helen Achilles, Mr-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-egM
The Retailer in any line of business
should stand for the interests of his
customers. In the long run, it is on
them he must depend. It is because
wc know that we must satisfy you that
the Eastman line is the one sold ex.
clusivcly in our. photographic depart
ment. This is the New model
NO. 3 FOLDING POCKET KODAK
It is absolutely up to date in construc
tion. (Kodaks always
lead.) Makes 3 1-4
x 4 1-4 pictures.
Price, $ 1 7.50. ' '
All of the new
goods from the'
Kodak City are to be
found in our stock.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic" Fort below Hotel
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