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MtfA 13i EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1911.
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BB - Covers wero arranged for eight, and artistic place cards, The dinner was "". , Mr am, Mrs. -Jam Douaherty's Ijl
In n iirnfnalnn nf nrnrlpt mrnntlnna I In thp nature nf n "fnrpwell" for Mlsnl I Wm n.u.. Isl
nm iui m 1 1 ii i nn w mini i lu Erufinuni nil lainiiMBM
g . nnu iiiiio. UHLIcn rnHiiuio uiLuraunHlYl WILL
m GIVE MOTOR AND HOUSE PARTY AT HALEIWA. HO
IK NOLULU SOCIETY FINDS NO INTERIM IN ROUND OF
Mr nnd Mrs, Walter Francis DIM
linglmm will entertain at a motor
pnity and house, party at Halolwa, '
In honor of Mrs. Dillingham's mother,
Mrs Charles Adams. The party will
motor out to Lellehua this afternoon
to witness the polo match; from there
they will take a spin to Halelwa,
where a special dinner will be served
them In the prliate dining room.
The night will be spent at "The Home
Ileautlful," and Sunday they will
motor to Ahulmanu, whera the Mac
farlanes are giving a house party.
Among Mr. and Mrs. Walter Francis
Dillingham's guests wltl be Judge and
Mrs. Aurthur Wilder, Mrs. Charles
Adams, ex-Governor and Mrs. Ueorge
Carter, Major and Mrs Oeorge Potter,
Mr and Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder, Dr. aud
Mrs. James Judd, Miss tllanche Dwl
nelle, Mrs. James Wilder, Mrs. Holmes
of Berkeley and others.
MM A lire .Mncfurliine's Luncheon.
A number of pretty and artistic en
tertainments have been git en during
the week. Among these pretty af
fairs was the luncheon presided over
by Miss Alice Mucfarlane. The table
was laid for ten, each cover being
designated by attractive place cards
depleting foreign lands. The golden
shower Is u favorite flower with Miss
'Macfarlane's two visitors, Miss
Pearne and Miss Ftzgcrald. The en
tertainment was given In their hon
or. The pretty compliment of using
these tropical flowers was, used, In
every conceivable manner as a dec
oration. Those! who enjoyed MisB
Alice Macfarlane's hospitality wero
Mrs. Alfred Castle, Mrs. Arthur Wil
der, Miss Nora Swanzy, Miss Helen
Achilles, Miss Pearne and Miss Fitz
gerald of California, Miss Deatrlco
Castle, Miss Mlna Berger and Miss
Miss Jessie Kennedy
.Mr. mid .Mrs. Frederick Damon's
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Damon en
tertained Tuesday evening in honor
of Mrs. Hurlls of Buffalo, N. Y. After
dinner the party attended the musical
comedy, "Away From Broadway," at
the New Orphcum. Mrs. Burtls is one
of the most stunning women that has
ever visited these islands. She is an
nrdent golfer and tennis player, and
has been u frequent visitor to the
Oahu Country Club, where she has
participated in the former game. Al
though Mrs. Burtls has been ac
customed to the finest links In the
Kast, she is unstinted In her praise
of the excellent condition of the
greens of the links at tho head of
Nutianu valley, and Is enthusiastic
over the grandeur of the location and
links of the Oahu Country Club. Mrs.
Burtls Is so well pleased with Ho
nolulu that she Is planning to return
to this city next year with her hus
band, who Is a prominent business
man of Buffalo. Mrs. Burtls has been
staying at the Moana Hotel with her
Invalid sister, Mrs. Raymor. Mr. Ray
mor arrived on the Zealandla and
sailed on the Makura with his wife
for Australia. Mrs. Burtls will leave,
next week en route? fori home, on the
Sierra. ' ' V" -i
Mr. and Mrs. Plummer's Dinner.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Ouion Plum
mer were host and hoitess at an en
joyable dinner party that was given
Tuesday evening In honor of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Fred C. Smith and Mr. Ueorge
Denlson. The beautiful home of the
Plummers on Hhsslnger street was
tho setting for this delightful affair.
Covers were arranged for eight, and
a profusion of scarlet carnations
adorned the exquisitely appointed
table. After dinner Mr. and Mrs.
Plummcr nnd their guests attended
the musical comedy at the New Or
pheum. United Service Bridge Club.
The members of the United Ser
vice Bridge Club entertained a num
ber of their friends at tho usual
fortnightly meeting that was held at
the Colonial Hotel on Monday of this
week. There was an unusually large
gathering for the Bummer months,
there being eight tables for the
brldgers and a heart table. Mrs.,
Montgomery Macomb, who was the
hostess for this afternoon, can be
complimented for the exquisite and
tasteful prizes thut she chose for the
occasion. Mrs. Frank B. Kdwards
won the first prize, a set of hand
embroidered dollies. Mrs. Clifton was
was a "close second" and was tho
recipient of a handsome embroidered
pincushion. Mrs. Walter Cowles was
the fortunate one at the heart table,
and was presented with a half dozen
Mederla dollies. A full complement
of club members were present. Fol
lowing Is a list of the Invited guests:
Mrs. Wooten, wife of Major Wooten
of Fort de Hussy; Miss Clay, Mrs.
Dan Hand and Mrs. F. Hopkins of
Schofleld Barracks; Miss Alice
Cooper, Mrs. Gaylor, Miss Roberts,
the Bister of Mrs. Gaylor, and others.
Doctor A met' Dinner.
Doctor Ames of Maro Island enter
tained Mondny evening at the Hotel
Courtland In honor of Major and Mrs.
Tf'evllle. Long stemmed California
carnations of shell pink adorned the
Mr. and Mrs. T, J. King's Dinner.
Miss nhrhorn and Mr. Ehrhorn
were tho guests of honor at a din
ner that was given Wednesday by Mr
nnd Mrs. T. J. King. Bed carnations
nnd Australian maiden hair made a
pretty decoration. The eight covcis
wero marked with appropriate and
artistic place cards. The dinner was
In the nature of a "farewell" for Miss
Ehrhorn and her brother, they will
leave on tho first of August on the
Lurllne for a six weeks' trip to Cali
fornia, where they will spend the
greater part of the time at their old
home in San Francisco. Before re
turning to tho Islands, they will spjnd
a week or ten days at n ranch belong
ing to Mr. Ehrhorn, where seedu nnd
n number of rare plants aud trees
will bo secured for Honolulu. Mr.
Ehrhorn Is an expert entomologist
and Is In charge of the agricultural
bureau on -KlnrTo street,
Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty's Bridge Party
Mr. and Mrs. James Dougherty
made no many charming friends dur
ing their residence at the Hotel
Courtland, that prior to their dep'ar
tine for their new home in Manoa
Valley, they gave a bridge party. On
ly the guests of this popular hostelry
were Invited, and the entertainment
was given at the Courtland. The ta
bles wero arranged on the largo n-
nal, that was ornamented with otted
palms nnd potted plants. Tho prizes
were In beaten brass aud were ex
ceedlngly handsome. Mrs. Johnson
was tho winner of the ladles prize, a
handsome Jardlnler, and Mr. Bert
Clark was awarded a beautiful ash
tray. At the conclusion of the game
delicious refreshments were served.
Those who enjoyed hta delightful en
tertatnment were; Mr. and Mrs
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Bryan ami
Mrs. Letson of Buffalo, N. Y., Mrs.
Wilcox, wlfo of IJeut. Wilcox, Miss
Hundley, Miss Coates, Miss Clymont,
Dr. Vanderbefg(Mr. Charmlchnel, Mr.
McEldowney.i Mr. Worrall, Mr. Sher
man, Mr and Mrs Monnetl, Mrs Saw
jerj Miss Hallnm, Miss Bolomn, Miss
Daniels, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Frear,
Mrs. Baldlng's Luncheon. , I
A pictty mid Inroimnl luncheon wns
given on last Saturday, at the Hotel'
Courtland, by Mrs. William Balding.
Covers wero Inld for six. Golden
tliowers was the menns of making' n
very attractlvo table. ' r
Two social favorites will depart
f i om Honolulu on tho Mnrnma, AUK'
ust the fifteenth, Mrs. Alia Conger
Baldwin, the mother of Mrs. Juntos
Madison Kennedy, ami Miss Onle
Kennedy, ihe sister of Major Kennedy
will depart on that steamer for Van
couver. Mrs. Baldwin, and Miss Ken
nedy havo been receiving numerous
social courtesies during their visit
with Major and Mrs. James Mndlson
Kennedy lit Fort Shatter and their
departure will be keenly regretted by
tho legion of friends that they hnvu
The .MNt's Cooper's Dlnnrr.
Miss Irene and Miss Isabelle Cooper
wero hostesses t u pretty dinner Fri
day evening at their palatial home In
Manoa Valley. The handsome table
which was laid for the guests was ar
ranged on the inakal lanal. Tho
voranda was artistically decorated
with a large silk American ring, palms
and ferns. Thu table was exqutslto
In red carnations und maidenhair
ferns. Iu fact,, tho entire, color
scheme for the affair was iu Rcarlet.
Tho sorvlce plates wero of coalport
china, ,in n design of dull red and
gold. Tho dinner service was also In
this china, combined with the spark
ling cut glass' and Bohemian ware.
The beauty of the entertainment will
linger long In the memory of those
present. After dinner bridge whist
was enjoyed. Among those present
were Miss Allco Cooper, Miss Mary
Shaefe'r of Dayton, O , the Mioses Ua
belle and Irene Cooper, Lieutenant
Vaugh and Lieutenant Price 'of Fort
Ruger, Lleutenunt Johnson and Lieu
tenant Parsons of tho U. S. Marine
Mr. nnd Mrs. NwunzjV House I'nrlr,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis Mills Swanzy
entertained nt n house party Sunday
at their beautiful home, Kualoa. Mr.
and Mrs. Swanzy are Ideal entertain
ers, and do everything to provldo en
joyment for their guests. Among
those who enjoyed their hospitality
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James
Wilder, Mrs. Holmes, Colonel Wilder
(commandant of Schofleld Barracks),
Mr. David Anderson und Lieutenant
Picnic Party nt Lain. i
Dr. Baldwin's suburban homo 'at
Sunday, when a party of society
Mlts Swanzy'i Dinner Dance.
Mrs. Eben Low's Pol Luncheon.
Picnic Party at Lala.
Mr. anH Mn. Ivrtra' Dinner Dance. 1
Mrs. Steven' Tea, )' J
Mits Alice. Maciarjanea Luncnecm.t
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. King's Dinner.
Mist Laura Atherton's Picnic Party.
Howell. Rallnn Niictiats. t
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mrs. ucrril vriiucr. uumimguii. .
Mr. and Mrs. Swanzy's Home Party. r
Mr. and, Mrs. Joseph Oilman to? En.'
Mrs. Magoon's Bridge Party.
The Misses Cooper's Dinner.
Major and Mrs. Davit' Reception.
Mlas Daphne Damon's Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. 'James Dougherty's
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Damon's Din.
Dr. Ames' Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Plummer's Din.
Mlts Pauline Schaefer's Birthday Par.
Service Bridge Club.
Mr. Stanley Kennedy's Dancing Party.
The Courtland Bridge Club.
Mrs. Baldwin',! Luncheon.
Wednetday Bridge Club.
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ji juj, 1 1, vl C2si W
f (if Mix
humo Is Hltuuted nenr the sen. Be
fore "tlllln" n swim was taken In tho
surf. In tho afternoon the party mo
tored In Hnlelwn, nnd from there
drovo Into town. Miss Georgia Fitz
gerald and Miss Gladys Pcarn wero
tho guests of honor on this pleasant
outing. Among those Included in tho
party wero Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dow
sctt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Monell, Mr. and
Mrs. I-ou Davis, ,MY and Mrs. Brune,
Sir. (and Mrs1. FrankMtlchardson. Mrs,
i Ijirie. Mr. 'and Mrs1 FredcrlckMnc
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tno scene or mucli gaiety lariaue, miss .ressin ieiinecijv
hen a party of society folk Bertha Lunz, Miss Minn Berger,
Mr. Andrews. Mrs.. William Baldlne mutored nround the lBland of Oahu i'eaino, MU Allco Murtnrlune, Miss
of Hllo. Dr. Clark, Mr. Bert Clark nnd stopped nt the attractive Baldwin Tltzgerald, Miss Allcne Dowcett, Ml
and others. home for a "picnic luncheon." This Hedwlg Lanz, Mr. Stnnley tKennedy.
Mr. Herbert Dowsett, Dr. Ferdinand
Hcdemann, Mr. Gullfoid Whitney, Mr.
Ted Cooper, Mr. Kd Iledeiunnn, Mr.
Dickson Nott, Mr. Ouy Mncfnrliiui-:
Mr. Earllng Hedemann, Master Frank
lin Richardson and others.
Miss Francis and Miss Clmrlolln
Glllet, the sisters of Mrs. Archibald
Young und Mrs. Ailliur Ilevg, are ex
pected to arrive In Honolulu In Octo
ber, where' the'yiwlll spend thojUn-y.
ter.' TlieMlssos? Glllet belong In .n i
of the"olilebt and most trtls(oprntlcv
families of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. John
Strnjer McGniw of this city Is nil
emit of theirs on the paternal side of
the fumljy. ,
GREAT ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE BUILDING
The MOST REMARKABLE UNDER-PRICE OFFERINGS presented during the year will be found in every department of our establishment when the store opens TUESDAY morn
ing, August 1st. This page can only tell a fraction of the news. More will be told as the sale progresses. Come expecting the most tempting array of special onermgs ever pre
sented by this store. And remember that SACHS is the coolest and best ventilated store in this city.
PEQNOT AND D. A. 8HEETINQ
4G Inches wide. 27Hc; sale 2Sc per yard
S4 Inches wide, 30c; sale :7c per yard
C3 Incites wide, 32',ic; sale 28c per yard
72 Inches wide, 35c; gale 30c per yard
81 Inches wide, 37!ic; rale... 32Hc per yard
90 Inches wide, 40c; sale..., 35c per yard
IRISH LINEN 8HEETINQ
72-Inch, 11.35; sale ,,...$1.00 per yard
90-Inch, 11.76; sale 1.25 per yard
80-Inch, $190; sale 1.50 per yard
NEW STOCK OF QUILTED COMFORTERS
Lovely art designs, In line sllkollne and silk mull. Filled
with Hea Island cotton nnd carded wool.
1225; special $1,75
2.50; special 1.90
3 50; special .,.., 2.75
4.50; special 3.50
5.00; special .' 3.75
860; special a.--" 70 -
f 'f r .
i BLANKET8. T
Whito Cotton: $l.25f?alfl..:';:7. ."...-.;?;.. ..-j-.i -t-. -
150; sale i 1.20 "
2 25; sale 1,75
, 2.75; sale 2.25
1 3.25; sale 2.75
All Wool, White: $4 60; sale 3.25
4.76; sale 3 50
6 00; sale ,,,, , 6 00
7.00; sale.... ; 6.60
An Interesting group of embroideries on sale. All season
able, all fresh, ull at one-third to one-half below last month's
Fine Swiss, Muslin and Nainsook Edgings and Insertion,
from one Inch to nine Inches wide:
16a quality; now , 10c
20c iiuallty; now , 16c
26o quality; now 20c
30c qunllty; now 25o
35c quality; now , 30c
Whlto Swiss and Muslin All-Over Kmbrolderles, In bold
English eyelut or body patterns
WHITE MARSEILLES BEDSPREADS
$1.25 quality; tale price , $100
1.50 quality; sale price ', 1,20
1.76 quality; sale price ,.,, 146
2 50 quality; salo price 2.10
4.75 quality; sale price. 3 60
HEMMED AND FRINGED TURKISH BATH TOWELS
$2.25; sale $1.50 per. dozen, . "
3 00; sale 2 35 per dozen -
260; sale 200 per dozen
3 50; sale , .. 2.75 per dozen
4 00; sale 3 25 per dozen
4.50; sale 3.60 per dozen
FINE WHITE NAINSOOK8.
$2.26 per piece of 12 yards; clearance,, $1.75
2.50 per piece of 12 yards; clearance 2.00
2.75 per piece of 12 yards; clearance 2.25
3.60 per piece of 10 yards (Imported); clearance. 2.76
3.76 per piece of 10 yards (Imported); clearance, 3.00
4.00 per piece of 10 yards (Imported); clearance. 3 26
ENQLI8H LONOCLOTH; fln slider materlnMn superior
""flfWsitr . '
$225 per piece of 12 yards; now ."tTTTTTTTins
2.75 per piece of 12 yards; now 225
3 60 per piece of 12 yards; now 2.75
3.76 per piece of 12 yards; now 3 00
WHITE VICTORIA LAWN, LINEN LAWN, DRESS
LINEN8, DIMITIE8, PiQUE, DOTTED 8WI88 and numer
ous other white fabrics, at low prices.
LARGE STOCK OF
WHITE LINGERIE AND MARQUI8ETTE- DRE8SES, PON
GET"LINEN, ME88ALINE 8ILK DRE8SE8, AT ASTONISH
MeMiallne Silk Dresses, $19 60; salo $10 50
Messullne Silk Dresses, $27.60; sale 16 00
Fruit of Loom, bleached...., ...J. 9 yards $1.00
Venetian, 3C-ln'cli,i . 10 yards 1,00
,. "r iJJ WHITE CAMBRIC
.UtiCHi ...., ,.....,....8 yards $1.00
s MSdapoiam ...'.'..' .'. .'....." 7 yards 1.00
if 33-Inch Indian Head'
nnormout. stock of CURTAIN 8CRIM; plain white, cream,
and ecru. Fifty designs In reversible colored draperies. 36
Inches wide, 20c per yard.
Surprising vuluei will be offered In WHITE DRESS
GOODS, COLORED WASH GOODS, l'eicnlen. Ginghams, i to.
Colored Fluxons, In dainty patterns, 2Uo per yard; sale,
15c per ypld.
COLORED BORDER FLAXON3, C yiirdh $1.00.
SERPENTINE CREPE, plain colors and. Moral put
terns, 16c per yard. '
New stock of FLANNELETTES, 10c per ynrd.
BROWN LINEN, 25c, 30c, 36c; nuw 20c, 26c, 30c.
"HIMALAYA" CLOTH, nil shades, 35c; sale .30
coloied border, 40c; sale... 35c
PLAIN WHITE FLAXON, 2lic; Miile..., 16c yard
1 25c; sale 20c )urd
30c; sale 25c yard
40e; mile. 0c yard
Swdl line of COLORED BATISTC, worth 25c; elejr
ulioe, 8 jnrdb $1 00.
AUTO COATS, CRAVENETTE AND SILK 'RAGLAN' COATS
Every garment shows a material reduction, many Koine
at cost price. Our new fall styles ure dim next month, and we
must have room.
American-made Tailored Suits, N'uvy, niac.lt, Ilrown, Grey
and Navy with white pencil stripes:
Natural Shade of Linen, $12 60; sale $ 8.50
Light Clrey Woolen Mixture, $20 00; sale 15 00
Urown Kert-e Hults, $22 50; sale 12.50
White Serge Tailored Suits, $25.00; sale 19,50
Navy Serge Suits. $27,50 and $30 00; sale 22.60
ENORMOUS STOCK OF WOMEN'S MU8LIN AND
KNIT UNDERWEAR. .
A beautiful line of garments recently purchased from nn
Eastern fuctory at burgaln prices.
Woolen Dress floods, Silks nnd Velvets. Largo assort
ment of handsome dnss patterns hi Foulards a', d Messullnu
only one of a pattern. To bo sold out cheap.
8COTCH PLAID 811 AMER nndTRAVELINC RUQ8. $0 60
each; eleurance, $5 each.
"ONYX" marked cm hose means the best valuo at least
cost; they nro guaranteed.
Regulnr 20c quality; salo l5c
lllack Silk Llkle, Seamless, 35c; sal 25u
White nnd Tan Cotton Hose, 35o; sale 25c
Oauo Lisle and Silk I.lfcle, In Wink, Whlto and
Tun, 60c; sale , "l0
(lauzo Lisle nnd Silk Lisle, 111 lllnclt, While und
Tun, Cl)e; sale ,..., Ma
f.nee Hosiery, 60r; Rnle:',-.-. ( ,.,.. 40c
l.nee Hosiery, GOc; Hate 50o
Silk Hosiery, lllack, White and all colors, $1,25; now ;c
OutsUci Clnuze Lisle, C0u; sul 60c
NEW STOCK OF CHIFFON AUTO VEIL8
$1,00 value; sale $ ""
1.75 value; sale 1U
2.00 value; sale,..,,,,,. ... 1.00
2.25Milue; wile.-.., , 175
2.76 value; sain ---:
3 00 value; sale J , 2.50
:i.6() value; sain 2 75
4.50 value; sain , 3 75
6 50 value; salo 4 50
Ileautlful Imported IRI6H LINEN DAMASK CLOTHS, all
sizes, with NAPKINS to match, nt greatly. reducciLirfieii
Get it at SACHS this Week and Tnere 's on,y. one tning t0 equal the va,ues advertised on this page the values we do not adverse. We cannot ad
cuva tho liffornnoA vertisc everything. In some cases the quantities are too small to advertise. Clearance prices are now in progress all
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