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r.! 12 EVENING BULLETIN.HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, AUQ.J2, 1911.
tt INFORMALITY IS
FEATURE OF WEEK
V.'Hi tlAklv pniMCTV cnl 1 DIIOTIOATIMrS AT TUCID OIIDIID
IVIHIM I OUOILl I ruuix nuonuniinu m iiiuiii ouuuii-
BAN HOMES. ROUND OF AFFAIRS STILL GAY. POLO
FURNISHES EXCITEMENT AMONG ELITE.
I'HKTTY dancing party wan
given laBt evening at tho
liumu of Mr. and Mrs. James
Wilder. On tills occasion
Mrs. Kdwnnl Holmes was the
guest of honor. One of tho
chief features of tho t ciiIiik was tho
lack of formality. The dancing be
gun nbont nine o'clock and continued
until the "woo small hours." The
grounds surrounding the pretty home
was strung with handsome Oriental
lanterns. The dancing pavilion was
festooned with tropica! Ones and
mountain greens and presented a very
attractive uppearance. The large liv
ing room opening from the pavilion
- was exquisitely decorated In scarlet
exorlas and while loses. In this room
card tallies were placed for tliiine who
K' preferred bridge to dancing. A number
r of Hawaiian musicians were conceal
ed behind a scieen of potted palms
and troi-leal erdure. This quintet
club, lurnlshed music for the dancing
mid played during the Iniffel supper
that was served at midnight. Only
warm, personal friends of the guest
of honor were Included on the Invlti-
Following wore tho Invited guests
Admiral and Mrs. Cowles, General and
Mrs. Montgomery Macomb, Mr. und
( Mrs. (lerrlt Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.
'Richard Ivors, Mr. and Mis. Ilnunoy
Fcott, .Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mills
Swanzy, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Wilder.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Dillingham.
Major and Mrs. Citorgo Toiler, Judge
and Mrs. Arthur Wildor, Mr. olid Mrs,
Harry Mncfarlaue, K-Cvcriior and
Mrs. George H. Carter, Mr. and Mrs
George Sherman, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Cllvo
Davles, Judge and Mrs. William Whit
ney, Captain and Mrs. Cllflon Cartel
Major and Mrs. F.dwnrd J. Timber-
lake, Captain and Mrs. Sturgis of the
Fifth Cavalry, Captain nnd Mrs. Wil
bur. .Mrs. Hymn K. Hair. Major and
V Mrs. Davis, Dr. and Mrs. James Judil
Lieut, and Mrs, Gayler, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles, Ur) ant Cooper, Dr. and Mrs."
Hobdy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Kimball
the Hon. ami Mrs. Charles Hlce of
Kauai, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dilling
ham, Captain nnd Mrs. Scales, Can
tain nnd Mrs. C. Sidney Haiglit, Mr
4? r.ml Mrs. Ilcnrv Duttou. Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Hensnn, Senator nnd sirs. uric
Knudsen, Mr. nnd Mrs, Host Harrl
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Judd, Mr
nnd Mrs. Thomas V. King, Mr. and
Mrs. Hcaly, Mrs. IMward Holmes,
Mrs. Klllcott. vvlfo of Captain Klllcutt
II. S. N.. Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Miss
Marlon Scott, Miss Ilelon Achilles
Miss Claire Kelley. Miss Catherine
J,Oooda1e. Miss Nora Swanzy, Miss He.i-
trlce casue, miss i:orme waiKcr, miss
"?Ag"nes Walker, Miss Alice Mucfarlono.
Miss Rdllli Cowles, Miss Dorothy
liartwell. Miss Nora Ames, Miss
Blanche Dwlnell, Miss Helen Alex
ander, Mies Helen Klmliall, Miss Ml
Paty, Miss Minna llcrger, Mrs. Kel
ley, MIbs Jessie Kennedy, Mrs. Gard
ner Wilder, Mrs. Worthlngton, Mr,
Richard Wright. Mr. William Roth,
L .. .. Si"
Mr. Ronton, Mr. Ilolilo Walker, Mr
Samuel Walker, Mr. Leslie Scott, l.t.
ltunell, Mr. Andeison, l.t. Jucksou of,
Udlelma, Dr. Ilodglus, Mr. 151. lledo
man, Mr, David Anderson Or Fer
dinand lledemaiin, l.t, Pardee ami l.t
McCleery of Fort Shatter. Col. Wil
der, Dr. Tucker Smith, U. S. N l.t
Qulcktuc)er of tho 5th Cavalry, Mr
Friiuk Armstrong, l.t. Price nnd l.t
Vaughn!! of Fort linger, Mr. Harry
Whitney Mr. Hurtiuan, Mr. Roberts,
Mr. (la) lord, Mr. Walden, Senator
George Falrchllds, Lt. Salmi. U. S. N.
Mr. F.dgar Davles, Mr. IMward Ten
i.ey, Dr. Herbert, Mr. Charles Her
bert, Ml-, tiny Macfaflune, Mr. YVelns
lielmer, Mr. Ollle Sorenson, II. II, M
S. Consul Ralph Forslor, Mr. Jack
Atkinson, Mr. Harold Glffurd, Dr,
Snnford, II. S. A., Mr. Focke, Major
Jenkins, I. lent, nnd Mrs. Ross Kings
bury, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Stanley Ken
nedy, Mr. Koxby nnd others.
Mrs. Frederick Waterhouie's Tea.
On Tuesday of this week Mrs. Fred
irlck Waterliouso was the hostess nt
mi Informal ten that una given 111
honor of her mint, Mrs. Visiter of Kng
Inml. On the preceding Tuesday Mrs.
i: It. Wnlcrhousu had enteitulmd In
lienor of hr sinter nnfl Mrs. T. Rain
Wnllicr nt her homo on Wyllle street.
At this week'H affair only thu old
friends of the guest of honor ro In
cluded on the Invitational list, Tho
Krederkl; Waterhoiise's pretty home
wns decorated with golden shower and
violets. The combination proved nil
effective Pile. Mrs. J. O. Young, n sis
ter of the bostcsH, poured the tea, and
.Mrs. John Wnhlron served coffee. A
number of Oriental servants passed Ices
and cukes to the guests, who were seat
ed at kinnll tables. The hours for this
pleasant event were from 4 to 6. Among
the Invited guests were Mrs. Vlsger,
Mrs, II H. Wnterhouse, Miss Pender,
Mrs. P A, Schnefer, Mrs. I-lvvnft, Mrs.
Andrew- Fuller, Mrs. William Richard
Castle, Mrs. Lovvrey, Mrs, f llede
maiin, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Judd, Mrs.
ficrqlilcn", Mrs. Kopke, Mrs. I.ewers,
Mrs. -Kopcr. Mrs. T. It. Walker, Mrs.
Wnikir. Mrs. King, Mrs. W. O. Smith,
Mrs Dlrleh Thompson, Mrs, Ilayselden,
Mrs. Sorenson, Mrs. McGrew, Lady
Heron, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs, Meade, Mrs.
Jordan, Mrs. Gees, Mrs. Atherton, Mrs.
Sorenenn, Mrs. Hall, Mrs, Francis
Damon nnd others.
Mrs, John Drew's Luncheon,
Wednesday nftemoon Mrs, John
Drew entertained nt u bridge lunch
ton hi honor of Mrs. Frnzler of Herke
ley. White llllles nnd mnldeiihnlr fern
adorned thu handsome table. The place
cards were baud painted In n conven
tional design. After luncheon n num
ber of rubbers of bridge were enjoy-
d. Among thoso who partook of Mrs.
Drew's hospitality wero Mrs. F, K,
I'razler. Mrs. Percy Morse, Mrs.
Thomas Church, Mrs. Gere, Mrs. Chns.
Frazlcr, Mrs, Kdvvard Henner and
If ' '
MRS. WALTER ORRIN HOWELL,
Formerly Mitt Adelo Sallng, bride of
Dr. Howell of the army.
General nnd Mrs. Macomb' Dinner. .
Fourteen i overs encircled tho din
ner tublo nt which General and Mrs.
Macomb pre-ddtd Wednesday evening.
A large bowl containing white Alfred
Carrier roses glared the exquisitely-
equipped hoard. Accessories of quaint
silver candle-sticks, nborned with silken
shades, gave additional jieauly to tho
scene. Those numbered nmongst Gen
eral nnd Mrs. Montgomery Mni-omhs
guests were ox-Oove-rnor und Mrs.
Geoigu It. Carter, Mr. nnd Mrs.(Frnn
cls Damon, Mr. and Mis. William II.
Castle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerrlt F. Wilder
und Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter Francis Dil
lingham. . '
Mr. mill Mrs. (Icorge Sherman's
Uist evening Mr. anil Mrs. Georgo
Sherman enteitniueil Informally tit
dinner In honor of Mnjor Kdwanl' Jr
TlmberlukejH birthday. The beauti
ful homo, of the Shermans in Nuu.init
Valley wns tilled with pink und whlto
Jupanese lilies. Six covers encircled
the table, which was handsomely
decorated with pink lilies nnd whlto
ginger lels. Kacli course of the din
ner was carried out In pink mid
white. When desert was served n
beautiful blithday cako ornamented
Willi candles was plnccd In front of
the gtast of honor. Among thoso
present weio Mr. und Mrs. George
Sherman, Major and Mrs. Kdwurd J.
Tlmherlnko and Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Morse's ('aril
Ileuiitlful prizes wero awarded nt
tho e-nrd party, when Mr. nnd Mrs.
Percy Morse eiiteitnlncd at eight
table's of bridge TucMluy evening at
their attractive home in Malum Val
ley. Their house guest, Mrs. F. 13.
Fruzler, of llerkeley, Cat., was the
Incentive for tho affair. The recipi
ents of the women's prizes were Mrs.
Buyers nnd Mrs. George Augurs. The
former was presented with n beauti
ful Dresden sandwich plate. Mrs.
Georgo; Augurs was awarded a hand
somo "Arts and Crafts" tray. Tho
Oriental design mas covered with
heavy plate gluss and framed with
Hawaiian mahogany, Mr. J. A. John-1
bou and Mr. John Drew wero the
highest bridgcrs of the initio per
suasion null wero uwarded n heavy
brass ash tray nnd n slher mounted
bottle opener. Tho pretty homo was
filled with red carnations, potted
palms and maidenhair fern. At elev
en o'clock n delicious buffet supper
was nerved. Among those present
wero Mr. and Mrs. Percy Morse, Mis,
F. K. Frnzler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
lion, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rierbnch, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Guy Gere, Mr. and Mrs. William
Schmidt, Mr. nnd Mrs, John Drew,
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, Mr, and
.Mrs. R. Morse, Mr, nnd Mrs. Tarlo
lon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sayres, Mr. nnd
Mrs, George Klengcl, Mr. and Mrs,
James Morgan, Mr. und Mrs. Georgo
Augurs, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Fleming,
Miss Lindsay, Mr. Gill, Mr. DeFrcest,
and Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdwanl Henner.
Diitinguithed Duetts Entertained In
Professor nnd Mrs. Harrelt Wendell
nnd their daughter were stopovers In
lonnliilu Sunday linm nn extended for
eign trip, on the MoiikoIIu, and were
entertained by Hon. uud Mrs, William
Itlrhard f nlle. There l no doubt that
with silch mi amicable host nnd hostess
the') were shown nil the sights In nnd
about Honolulu. PrnfesKor Wendell
has been connected with Harvard Col
lege foi a number of yenis, nnd Is one
of the literary lights of Huston. Sun
day nfternoon Hon. 'nnd Mrs. William
Rlehui-d Castle Invitee! the members "f
the Harvard Club who lesldo In Ho
nolulu to meet their distinguished
guests, nnd nn Informal tea wns given
In their honor nt tho Onslln borne on
Klnali street. Professor Wendell has
written tpveml books. Ills novel, "The
Duchess Amelia," wns very popular In
the day of Its appearing.
Mrs. Knill Waterman' Luncheon.
Miss Cordelia Walker was the motif
for a beautiful luncheon that wns giv
en this afleiiinon by Mrs. Knill Wa
terman ut her homo on Wilder uvo
nue. Covers wero urrunged for
eight, nnd pule pink blgonlas and
Austriillnn maidenhair fern formed u
conspicuous part In tho ilecoruthe
scheme'. After luncheon the remain
der of the nfternoon is to bo devoted
to bridge. Those present nre Mrs.
Kmll Waterman, Miss Cordelia Walk
er. Mrs. Frederick Klebuhu, Mrs,
Charles Wright. Miss jlelen Alex
ander, Mrs. Frederick Damon, Mrs.
Frederick Wulerhouse and Mrs. Ml
lion, ami Mrs. Rice's Dinner.
Captain Forsytjie. U. 8. A., of tho
Fifth Cavalry polo team, and Doctor
Vnn Agnew wero the guests of hon
or Friday ut a dluiiur.tluiUwiui given
by the Honorable and Mrs. Charles
Rice of Kauai. The Kauai pulo color
of red was used In the decornthe
scheiirij for tho artistic affair. Red
exorlas were banked in the center of
tho table, tall silver candlesticks
shaded with scarlet shades wero pro
miscuously placed over tho beauti
fully nppaintcd tublo land shed a be
coming glow over jtho assembled
guests. Tho largo blossoms of the ux-
nrhis aro composed of myriads of
mlnluturo star-shaped flowers, nnd
these tiny (lowers combined with
sprigs of baby maidenhair fern wero
strewn over the damask cloth, which
was completely covered. The place
e-urds wero extremely chic, bearing
tho hostess' monogram In silver.
Among those who enjoyed tho host
und hostess' hospltullty were Mr. und
Mrs. Arthur Rico, MIbs Faust, Doctor
and Mrs. Futman, Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Rice Jr.. Captain Forsytho, Doctor
Van Agnow und Mr, Ralph Rice.
A pretty ceremony took plnco on'
Tuesday morning of this week In St.
Andrews Cathedral, when Mr. Wil
liam Arthur Cleghorn and Miss Olson
wero united In tho holybonds of mat
rimony. The Interior- of tho edlllco
w-as beautifully decornted with potted
palms, maidenhair frirh nnd whlto as
ters. Although tho ceremony wns
performed nt seven o'clock In tho
morning a nrcaJ many friends wero
present. The bildo Is tall and, very
fair and is ono of the prettiest girls
In the Islands. She looked stunning
In her tailored suit of white' 'sorgo
and carried whlto roses. A chic
French hat completed tho costume.
Miss Olson was attended by her sister.
Miss Dugmur Olson, who looked ex
ceedingly pretty In nn embroidered
Iwo-pleco suit of heavy linen.' 'lied
exorlas wero carried nnd u touch of
tho snme culor was Introduced in her
smart looking tut ban. To ttic.istrulns
of Lohetigeln's wedding march the
bridal party appeared, the bride lean
ing on the nnn of her father, They
were met ut the altar by the groom
nnd his best man, Mr. Percy Cleg
horn, and Canon Ault, who porformed
the Impressive, Kplscopnl luurrlaga
service. After tho icglster hud been,
signed tho huppy young couplo loft
the church In the strains of Men- '
deissohn's wedding march and motor
ed to tlie Cleghoru homo at Wulklkl. I
About 'tweiily-IIvu guests had been In
vited to the house. After Mr. nnd
Mrs. William Arthur Cleghorn had
received their congratulations nnd
good wishes the party sat down to u
wedding breakfast. The table was In"
white nnd grVon nnd presented a
beautiful uppearance. At half after
nine thu young couplo left for tho
steamer 'midst n shower of rice and
old shoes their friends nnd relntlves
following tho old custom, which Is
supposed to bring "good lurk-" Tho
honeymoon will bo spent on Hawaii,
at the Volcano House. Oi their re
turn Mr. nnd Mrs. Cleghorn will re
side ut Wnlnnliu, where tho former
occupies a lesponslblo position. The
following niiiiounceiueiu lias oeen
Mr. C. 11. 01 sen
announces the marrlago of his
Mr. William Arthur Cleghorn
on Tuesday, August tho eighth, nine
teen hundred and eleven
Mrs. Kbfii Low's llrldge Tea'.
Mrs. 0. llollovvuy, who Is planning
to leave the llrst of September Tor
Iloston, will be tho guest of honor at
u bridge, tea that will bo given by
Mrs. Kben low on Monday ef next
week, The setting for tills iiffalr will
bo the homo of ex-Governor and Mrs.
Snnford Ilalltiid Dolo on Kinuia
street. Tho brldgers have been
Invited for half iiRer two. Miter In
the afternoon u number of guests
huvo been Invited for tea.
-k -k -Miss
Edith Cowles Entertalr.n.
Thursday, tho Outilfigor Cluli at
Wulklkl was tho setting for a lunch
eon parly that wns given by Miss
Rilllli Co'wIe'sT "At h.llr arir clov'ort
the guests arrived nnd a'.long swim
was tnken In tho "briny deep." A
delicious luncheon was served In oiu'
of tho largo pergolas ovct looking tho
f.en. Thoso who cnjojcel Miss Cowles
hospitality wero: Mrs. Roy Krancli
Smith, Mrs. Pratt. Mrs. Wilcox, Miss
Alice Cooner. Miss Schnefer, Miss
Kutlierlna. Stephens, Miss Cordlo Wal
ker, Miss Julio MeStoekor, Miss .leg
lor, Miss Kthcl Spalding, Mlts Lydla
McSlocker, MIbs Kitlemau, Mis's Achil
les nnd others.
Dancing Club at Outrigger Club.
A number of society folk havo or
ganized n dancing club that is to meet
nt tho Outrigger Club, on tho llilid
Thursday of every nlternato month.
Tho first ineetng occtined on the lfilh
of Juno nnd tho second meeting will
tnko place on Thursday of each
month. Tho club Is composed of six
ty members nnd 'tho parties aro prov
ing a source of great enjoyment
Thursday evening, an excellent Ha
wallan Quintet wilt furnish Iho music
and dancing will begin at nluo o'clock,
Among tho members nre Mr. nnd Mrs,
John, Fleming, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alan No-
well, Mr, mid Mis. J, K. Iliown, Mr,
and Mrs. Krncst Clark Mr. nnd Mrs,
II, 0. Plunimer, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0
Moore. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Frear, Mr.
ami Mrs. Georgo Kleugel, Mr. and
Mrs. John II. Drew, Mr. and Mrs. 0. F
General and Mrs. Macomb's Dlrtntr,
Mrs. Waterman' Luncheon,
Hon. and Mrs. Charles Rice's Dinner.
Miss Annie Ward's Pol Supper.
Mrs. Eben Low's Bridge Party.
Miss Helen .Alexander's Luncheon.,
jvirs. r reaericie'.TTicf iivm. .---; .
Mr. ard Mrs. Jamei Wilder' Dancing
Hon, and Mrs. W. R. Cattle Entertain
Harvard Club. '
The Misses Soper's Luncheon.
Mrs. Drew's Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrt. Sherman's Dinner.
Mr. Ralph Hotmer's Luncheon.
Mr." Cook's Bridge.
Mrs. C. Wldemann's Breakfast.
Mrs. John Johnson's Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter's Dinner.
Mrs. Bayer's Bridge Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer's Dinner. '
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lew'.V Dinner.
Hon. and Mrs. C. Rice's Lunehfon.
Miss .Cowles' Swimming and Lunch.
Mrs. Arthur Falrweather's Luncheon.
Mrs. Potter's Bridge Party.
Wednesday Bridge Club.
Launch Ride to Pearl Ha
Service Bridge Club.
-.- lrir sW'i MI'I
Hush, Mr. and Mrs. Sayres, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Reiser, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. J.
I.lndemaun, Mr. and Mrs. J. U John
son, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Schmidt, Mr
uud Mrs. lleit Tarleton, Mr. and Mrs.
J. I.. Young, Mr, nnd Mrs. F.'C. I.ys
cr, Mr. und Mrs. Charles Hon Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Geio, Mr. nnd Mrs, F. A.
Potter, Mr and Mrs. C. P. Morao, M'rs.
Doris Pails, Airs. Charles Fruzler, Mr.
and Mrs. Georgo Angus, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hojcr, Mr. 1), Iiyd Coukllng
Dr. Alfred Wull, Mr. K. M. Khihorn
Mr. Ralph llosiiier's Luncheon.
Saturday Mr. Htilph Hosmor enter
tained ut luncheon In honor of Miss
Ixjrd, who Is assistant dean of Hryn
Mawr- College. ICuchuutress carna
tions and maidenhair fern added to
the attractiveness of the table.
Among thoso present besides tho host
wero Miss Lord, Mrs. Sarali New
comb. Mrs. Hosmcr, Miss Cross und
Mr. N. A. P. Newcouib, and others.
Mrs. Cook's Card Party.
Mis. Cook, will entertain Monday at
Inldge In honor of her mother and
sisters, Mrs, Gamble and the Mlssn?
Gamble of Pennsylvania. Tho parly
will he given at tho homo of Captain
and Mrs. Cook on tho corner of Wil
der and College streets.
Mrs. Sayer's Luncneon.
Mis. Frazler was tho honored guest
nt n luncheon that was given by Mrc.
Saycr on Friday gf this weok, Tho
eiitettatnment was In tho unttiro of u
bridge luncheon. 'Clivers, were) arra'ng'
cd for elsjit. hand painted cards nor
trnyiig foreign 'Scenes, of travel e)es
Ignnted each of the places at tho ta
ble. Scarlet carnations and smllax
made a beautiful floral decoration.
After Iho elaborate repast the re
mainder of tho afternoon wns'ilcvotcd
to blldgo Mrs. Chailcs Ron won Iho
llrst ptl70 n set of hand painted tally
i enrds. Mrs. Frazler was presented
I with ',-v guest prize, n sot of dainty
'place cards, ornamented with tho Hn-
wailau coat-of-arms. Thoso who par
ticipated In this delightful affair worn:
Mrs. Snycr, Mrs. Frazlcr, Mrs. Frank
Hlake, Mrs. R. 0. Moro, Mrs. C. Percy
Morse, Mrs. John Drew, Mrs. Bler
bach and Mrs. Charles Hon.
Mrs. Thomas James King's Garden I
The "400" of Honolulu nre nntlclpat
liiB the garden pnrly that will bo given
liy Mrs. Thomas James King In honor
of her two daughters, Mrs. pharles A.
Rico of Kauai nnd Mrs. Thomns V.
King. Tho latter Is a bride', who has
hecomo n universal social favorite.
Thursday's function Is to bo nn out-of-door
nffalr, wcither permitting. A
garden party ought to be the favorite
mode of entertaining for nfternoon af
fairs. Not only aro the gardens sur
rounding the homes spacious nnd beau
tiful, but these entertainments are so
delightful and coed. Following Is tho
form of the entertainment that has
Mrs. Thomas V. King
Mrs. Charles A. Rice
Mrj. Thomas Jnmcs King
Four to Six
Launch Purl) to Pearl Harbor.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, tho former
superintendent of tho American
Dredging Co., gavo an enjoyable
launch party to n dozen of their
friends. The party Btarted in a
launch at half after nluo o'clock
Thursday morning. After viewing the
work that has been dono nt Pearl Har
bor a cruise was taken through tho
lochs. At ono o'clock u delicious pic
nic luncheon wns served that had
been put up by the Hotel Courtlund.
Among Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson's guests
wi'iu mm. tviie.UA, evnu ui j.iuueeimue
vviicnx; ivirs. joun runner, nirs. iuw-
...... tt-,. 1l..lln. It.,. Tlnl.l,.la ll.o
jfl, mm. iiuiiuiut nun. 'iiin'm, mini
(Solomon, Dr. Vnnbcuburg, Mrs. Hryan,
Mrs. I-eston, Miss Coats, and others.
Miss l.ottlo'.Tordan of Kauai Is tho
. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Helsor at
their seaside placo at Kuhala.
MONDAY arid TUESDAY
Will be the .Last Two Days of Sachs' Great Annual Sale. The opportunities are just as good now as on the
first day of our sale. Every article in our large store marked down. . Clearance Specials for the remaining two days :
Large Lot of Flaxon
In new Summer Patterns, at 15e per ysrd.
Fancy White Madras, Dotted Mull,
and Swiss Muslins
Usual price, 4Jc; SALE, 25c YARD.
30-inch Colored Batiste
Large variety of patterns. 10c yarJ.
White Tailored Waists
Sizes 40, 42, 44. Were H7G, $2, $2.25. 8ALE, ft EACH.
Enormous Stock of Brown Linens
At Special Prices
PONGEE LINENS at 15c, 35c, 50c, 55c per yard.
BROWN DRESS LINENS at 25c, 272c, 30c and 40c.
English Long Cloth
Fine cheer quality, 12 yard In a piece. r : ' )
42.25 per piece, now , $1.75 .
2.75 " " " 2.25
3.50 " " " '. 175
3.75 " " " ' 3.00
Fine White Nainsook
$2.25 per piece of 12 yards) sate $1,75
2.50 " " 12 " " 2.00
CAMBRIC EMBROIDERY Nine Inches wide. Special value, 6 yarda $1.
; K, - - s
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.