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RVCNMNO tltn.l.nTIN, HONOLULU. T II. SATI'IHIAY, .MAIK'll I, 1007
aai ChiMrei's P.K. Wash Hals new assortment, with crown tn I111II1111 uii, nml inlli))cil cm hroidcrcd edge 75 SACHS' si via ir s PRhi s mm SACHS' STOIih THAT Kl.hl'S inn miens Dowx. Windsor Scarfs I'l.ild mill Solid Colors, oxlni .ii.ilit . ... U5C4 cacti Warren's Collar Sets that kiip up oiti coll, u , rcadv for use 5 sit Four-In-Hand Ties in solid colors, siiiiiiikt clucks and polk dots. .25 and .15 i: fe U "A Easter Millinery M KI M slluWIM, IIWtJSOMK m)l is Hi Gage Pattern Hats s I 1 1 s ( U'K OW C Ul' I IONS, in tin nii'M approved shapes, .i ihnrnute, lilcnilniK i l ...lnr li.iniiiiiinii .iml l.ist tnaletials tli.il m hnji . l.i . in i'ut particular " The Prettiest Hats in Town " win the expressions .( tlioM- tti.it visited mir Milliners Dipartimnt. the past few .lavs. K KmuhI a Heart) lnut.itiuii in all LA ID l;S to conic anil sec our Displ.ij. W HKTIIliU 1I1LY lNHiNU TO 11UY OK NOT. New Dress Si l'nlk.i Dm Silk.. White ground, for Waists anil Suits. - in wide y0 ' (lack ami Wliitc. and blue and white Cluck Jstlki, l'lic Mcbs.ilnic. the kind that uc.us Of and $1.00 jd. sh.idnw I'I.ikI effect ilk, vcrj stli!i, .7 in. wide SJl.i!5 j.l. Solid Color Taffeta Silk . "W Iv'1 (iiiarantecd to Wear: white, hlack and lcailiu ( nlors . G5 yd. PUHH Wash Fabrics The New Season's Newest Merchandise Livish assortments m designs and coloring! lh.it neer were daintier. We hac for veils hem noled for Complete Stock, and t'p-lo-l)alc Merchandise. The New Season finds us claim wg our own, and ilispi.ijiui; the erj newest fabrics, at prices that will please jott. Printed Chiffon Lisse 'l'lic daintiest and prettiest material jiTiro (lucid; eNquisite colorings and lie.iutiful designs, suitable for afternoon or evening gowns. PUICU 00 YD. i- : : : Linenette A New Wash Material, and a New Weave in solid colors ; rcsida, tan ami itavj U5 vd. : : : New Crisp Organdies Designs and Colorings prettier than eer, a fine asortniinl to select from 25 j.l. I Nub Etamine Another new Wash Material; n full line of col ors; alice lilue, reseda, grav, na, lirovvn ami ch.mipagni 20 d. I- : : New Printed Batiste The kind that will wash ami wear; new, piet t 1I1 signs and colorings; fine .pialitj ; many pat ients to select from 15 vd. : : : : New Wash Voiles In sohd color., all the leading shades at i!Oc and 250 "I. : : : New Wash Linens Solid (. olor.s, light blue-, pink. Green and Nov al, at 30c j'iI. - - l " "A N. 8. Sachs dry Goods Co, Ready To Wear Dep't. XliW GOODS AKRIMNG HY EVliRY STKAMIJR. White Silk Jumper Suits The er latest iy Suits, and worn hj the Smart Set ; just a few .samples. a- comic and stii-: -iiilm. ANOTIIHK SIIIl'.MHNT OI- Swell Lingerie Waists The most complete and finest assortmint in Town; hand embroidered; made from the very finest ami .sheerest of materials; each a distinct .stjlo; a large variety to .sekct from in a range of prices, from .' $3.50 to $18.00 New Dotted Swisses r Fine iptalitv, .suitable for complete Di esses 01 Waists . . ..'. 20 .l. Ney- White French Lawn Chiffon Finish: erj slucr, suitable for Daiu Ij Dresses, .8 inches wide. . . .30 and 35 jd. KLFGANl" LINli OF New Fancy Ribbons cry latest designs; I'laids, Dresden. jiil Fancy Checks. Fancy Drckdi-Kibbons frm,.30 yd. ujiwd. Handsome I'laids and Checks from 4! yd. ft SOCIAL CHATTER ! 9 and r" HOME TALK ' EVIJN ul this Into day It will not Head The xning woman whom tliu MrH Itiisscll, Mih .lavvctt, Airs. l,nn- .11 in.iK.io nml bIic bowed low before . . 1 11 11 accident befell I1111I never ridden .'ers, Miijor nml Mrs Van Vllet. Allss Consul (lenornl Allki Snllo, who io- 110 uniiss 10 prnise 1110 line nv- lltU,llc ,, ller nnt wna B,,r. Ciimlie, JIrn I'lilrrlillil. I)r. nii.l Mih. co!piI wltli tlio Admiral Tho Oou- pojiauie or Mr (icoigo l'.il- lt(vlI Kl0 fnlIlll MTfci jluB j,, stnltli, Mlas lliiiny, Mimes Violet tulato hh ilccnratcil with IIurh or all tir ul tnc rior.il Paiiiilc. llur lm(1 ,ry , tho ,ml, ()f (l te0 Wlilcl ' MaKce. I.iul. Helen anil All.o Mac- n.itloim. lint tlio AniPrlciiii Hiik anil mount uh iinoxieptloiiillly good, .., H.1.Pi,OIi iK. i .i, ... ,,. rrin,. Mr. mul Mi-h. A. Wllilor. tliu line of tlio ilxlni: mm woro on- nml the jotuiK Moinun iiIbo ioiIo well i,or(,clf n misty tiiinlile. Tho otherH, Captain llclilt. ('.iiitiiln llumplirpy, twlneil behind tho leicptlon torn 111.1I looked ory sweet 8I10 rciclv- , ,Mtxii Knoianie, lodo tin, hut, Lieut Uil, It S. A.; Lieut. Ciihc, mltteo It was a remniUblo and hi tho llrht liilzo for tho bent up- ..... ,.r tllc llllllllier himnonpil to look U S A : Ml Will ltoth. nml mam brilliant slcht. for tho pionilncnt .lapaiiet.o woro Ibclr ordeiH. Camp j.MiKlnloy wiiH well icprefccntcd In . I.. '- --" - --.-!-,---.--- - 1 -- r .tarniBwujjWEr. 111111 ncr lotisin. lw(U ,, ,, a b1k1i1 whtlwl B otlicrs. -,M .uiiu 1U.1..U11..11U. hoi u.u M-i. l(m, ,10 ,,, ot hlli mclllory mil t.rle Sho Is 11 lLinilHonio Bill Nce,,c,s , BaJi ttl0 ,mlR wmal t r.d looked on fetching un bur lioisc. .Mrs. l'otler and Miss M111 firhiiio got tho flint prize for tho best-,ipipdrlng imiple Miss linnia lliwn .....I tlu A.lnln n.Alnl. inllin 1.1 I ...rciU ...... .'..na .I.....W ,'.t;.V, V....... ... seeiinil and wero ninth admired. Mrs. Kiiliniiii and lluiobl Dllllngh.ini wero awarded tho tlrst prlzu for tho host uppciring hidy und guntloman and Mrs Ilrdinau wus ghen a piUe loi tho most original ihnr.i.ter rid ir. Mr. Dillingham and his sister wcio well mounted nn porfectly pinched white horses and lodo beau tlfnllj. Miss Dorothy Hnrtwcll and JM i . Jiiild, who got the second prize, Limn In fur a good shuro of admira tion, Noxt year, the) hay, moio mi duty girls will entei and. In time, the I'l.iral I'arudo will be tho groat mkl) ovenl of tliu ear, like tho lioiro show In New York. A San I'niiirlhio paper has the gorgeous niilforins. Many proml- wus saved from her perilous but lollowlng and thio born who know nent llavnillans woro their nrdors, 1111- l)ol( o ii liimheon on Wcdiii'sday In. strained tlyit Mis. Osborne, who was Ing set of )ming men, occupied ono Mr and Mrs. llonry tor of Mrs, Wltherlo. tho sister lllng In Kliirome, has huirlcd bmk side of tlio loom. Tho mils Quintet Ileum, Ml. and Mih. An nluborato diunor wus gleu by Cnl and Airs Cieorgo Maefurlano al their Wlln at Walkikl nn Baturdny ctcnlng A largo slher bowl of red loses adorned the cento of tliu ta blo nml silver iiimlehibrns with red shades iiiuilo an uttructUo light for tlio lou guists who enilrclid tho cx iinlsitely uppoliitod tublo Mlth lis lavish disila of silver, tut glass ami till nil Itoso pluto cauls were al eath plate The guests wero Ma jor und Mrs Van Vllet. Mrs Wll Hum 11. Atery, Miss Combo, vx (iimirnor Clc,(horu, I. lout llpploj, V. S. A , Mr Douglas Mclirydo and Mr. MutOown of tho Munnlng, Aftor dinner the guests went on to tho Japanese leicptlon. Theso nioonllght nights hao been Miry ngieenblo for hoiseba.k riding and man) of the .mhiiik people luuo tnl.on mhantnpii of It Thern was a uiiuiciil position, and not ono of the party will reveal her name. .hid go nml Mih. Haiiford II ga honor of Mih. Dole, who Is visiting heio from Castlno, Mo Among the guests wero Mrs Knudsoii, Mr. and Mrs Augustus Kuudsen, Mr. und Mrs. Uric Kniulscu, Mr. and Mrs. Ati.lioy Hnblnson anil Mr and Mrs. rrjincls f.a Ilcgonlas were tho tnblo decorations, and most gorgeous they were Tho Kmidficns are, a great inquisition to Honolulu Hntli ty and It is pleasant to learn the) will bo hero fur several mouths. Thoy aro at the Mo.uui Hotel, and tlnlr iluj At Homo is like a recep tion, for tlio gnosis slmpl) pour In and during tho afternoon. Llod Osbomo will nppntiato It f'.il ly: tably Col. K. M. I'.ukcr and KhorllT ' laiil.ea, both liamlsoino men whom Wilder. Mrs (iiorgo fall child, Ma- ent wero Mrs. Campbcll-l'arker, Mrs. nilddlo ages his sword would ho Jor and Mis. ltussell, l.ij luiiHtor , Jljcu Low, Mis. Chllllngwortb, Mrs. I busy six dajs In the week, if his llrooke, Mrs. .lowctt. Major und Mri). Drcler and sister, Mrs (leorgo l.u-, I Ifo bad been spent in l-ondon or In (leo l'ottcr, Mr. und Mrs. A. O.'cns, Mrs Charles Lmns, the Misses Now Yink, Instead of Oakland, hi Tnylor-j Mutch. .Mrs. Conk. Tho following about Dottor Wool icy, so well known hcic, Is of great Interest would have bctomo ono of tliu great authorities in his profession, for ho bad fow equals in tho world as un able, highly trained and tntaljy fearless surgeon. He was a tlmr- llawes Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Piefferwn and Mis. M. M. Scott. Mr. nml Mis lllibaiil I vers, Mls3 Mar lon Sintt. Mi. and Mrs. Clins. Wil der, Mr. and Mis. Alexander Kcott Mr. and Mis. Crehore, Jiulgo, a good man) leinlnlscenccs of the nugli man of stlonto with nerves of n.irtvvell, the Misses Hurtvvoll, Into I)r II. II. Woolscy bavo been 'lion .Mr. and Mrs. A. .ludil, Mr. and Mrs.1 published, und several writers liavoj ly.tv (leorgo Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Mom referred to blin us nover having liecu A dolRhJfu Jioiimi party wuh glv- tuguo Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. D.ivlcs, niarilcd. This Is a inlstiiko. Tlio " ' Miss" irrcenwoll of Kumi on Mrs A. I'. Taylor, Mr. nml Mrs. J. Dottoi was married ovor 1!0 j ears, tlio L'Otli. Tho party, consisting of .Mis 1 henr Hint tho relations of the tlio strangers pichcnt nuKcd about at O. Carter, Mr. und Mis. Il.ibbltt, Miss go to u Miss MiQIlvcruy, a lilghly, m... an,i Mrs. Woods of Kunu l.lojil Osborno's linve betnnio so ome. Itovvs of inlddles, a lino-look- I'nrtcr, Mr. imiii .Mrs. a .i. uiinpnoii. iictoiiipllslied nml tharmlng )oung nxikkcii v.,ii,r,iB0 tf Hnnnliilti Mini nounes, i.tny intiy- who belonged to an oxcoiieni, , - Um. Mr. and Oakland family and moved In tl.o(A"'1 '" ,l1111 JIr- 1,cn t'r,,'V : i.. s.n iv,iriK.n nn.i dikon iinsHPs. flni. w.m nneimpil lii n bower of Mih W. Htiuiley, Miss minium, "r. best MHlctr. Tho Doctor gavn u i . "" ii"". mn ii Hon of tho Osbomo half of tho Ste- gitens, ami tho delicious rehesh- anil Mis. Wilkinson. Jir, nn.i flir .bachelor dinner nt Tilbbs' lloici no-. ' .-...... u..l ..., vnton homo in ll)do street, l.lojil ments woro served on tho adjoining Chailes Wilder. Mlrs Knt)itld Jones. 10 , wcldlrg and bud us hls'neotk. Tho ride of over two.vi. r,i I.... .i . i i .iv...i.. ,..,. in.i.,i..i i.. i... Mr.Nml Mrs. Tonncy Peck. Mr. c,.in nmnv of I lie best-known moil "illen. up tho iiiountnln-slilo was 1,0- V1LIIIIII-, lilJ .., I...W...V.....B W....V..T. ...ov- , "... .... Ill..r..l 1., tl. f..h I .1. uusninnii mirier. ir. unu n. n. i. or Oakland, lucliicing inc lino or. h.... ... ... ..v-.. ...... ...... ..... Dlllliigbani, Judgo and Mrs. KrcaKlKoolo and tho Into Win D. Ungllsh. I which every momont siovv moio ox Mr. and Mrs, Morton Slggs, Mr. and or. Woolsoy was un Intanso Demo-! hlllrntlng. Aftor nn ascent of Ilvo Mih, Philip Dodge, Mr. und Mrs.'Crat and had many lnllucntl.il miles the snow-chid dnnio of Mauna Athorton. Mr nn.i Mih. Hull. Mr. ' frleiuls mnmicst tho Southern pco-M-ua was lovoaled, tho dark bluo of and Mis. A Along, Ml. John If. I nlo. who In early da)S woro voiy Its slopo forming ft marked lontrimt In mo tier for lUyoico and tlio gos- tver)hoily who could get on tho lloor. dps have picked out us his next pns- Count Mori, who danced liko un ii.blo cliol.o Mis 1'iank Nnrrls, thj American, was very popular. Many fascinating widow of tho ).)iing Cal of tho olllceis siyiko excellent Cng- Ifoinla more limit who died so proni.i- llsh and thoy weui veiy atteatlvo to tmel) a fow ve.us ago. .tholr fair guests. There was a fall Mrs Osbomo Is ono of tho Itoman ly good sprinkling ot pietty Japan- Hi. Nnnlo Winston. Mr. ..... prominent In society ..ml o lltl.s In . he " v u. . ations In stvlo and totally differ, eso ladles In their pl.t.iresquo kl- rfc fiurtenberg. Mrs Margaiot A,BlnolIn County. Tho Doeto, M J n rt lo to ?L hm ... it In temperament f.o... her l.ohe. mono, which Is nlvvuvs ,.!. ...1- ?" n-- "enJuiuh. n.x. wedded bliss wus of short .lu..,tlon on, ta le ''" " ' .an busbam.. whom the gossips .... ml.ed. Tho al.ov., furnished p- -. .,. 'r nml M, or J,, , ho ...id blsMiung vvl o Heparat- H . crnw ells w U u. , t.o of Mi. and Mis Tho tennis tea which Mr mid Mrs Hariy Maefurlano Jr gave on Sunday last In honor ot Mr und Mrs. Turner, Mrs, Ilurnotte and Mist Hldgevv..) was uttouded by nearly lift) people Tho tonnls ourt Is an Ideal spot for an entertainment, ul f.oirto, und on Holiday tlio perfect weather helped to inuko It tho suc cess It certululy wus lloth Mr und Mis. Maifnrlano havo entertaining down to a fine art und over) body top lei their uffulis. The Tuineis, who have taken the 1'ied Mn.fa.i.nu villa ut l'uuuhou, uio not strangers licie, for two )cuis ago thoj made Honolulu a ylnlt and vvtro so th.irmod with llin elliualo un J hospitality that thoy decided to return, Miss Illdgoway is much nd-m'i-o'I and nlmi). dresses vcr) well. A c Ilmuollii Is iiIm) nltiadive and Is iccl vlng miirb attoutlnn Mis, Kdwurd Ttinney und Mis. Nooniin urn Hitting uwu) for tho ma en in mil. lll. t, L,iiiiAtulil lll.f.ll.t.ia l.tfllf.tl frlP ft I ft II . 1,11 IH ffllllllnM II. 1(1 ...v ...... .. n.,,..ur.....l ,,...., ..,.. ., .... .Imposition At- long us tho wife were somovvluit oveitrovviled .luring w'l,,vo' """ "' 111 nu ! tlAH a.t. I ...,r.ln .. In.tiln I f 1 1 1 1 llt!TlfnU I " " i t un ill nut J i (tin intt lliillli' ill imu M.utVK'i nydo Htuti hoi bpouso cannot b) T,0 hospltullty of tho Jiipaneso In hock or cini.1, fit i. dlvono on tho proverbial and on H.itunhi) evening giound or desertion Tho gosslpi ,luy ,m voi)thtng In their povvur further sa) that tho agltittiou of tho t0 mu t,0 pvonlng pubs pleasant- lioor man was most pathetic when ly, Tho Japanese music was much no lounii I nut mi was nut being lo gall) ilrfcrtid He Is alleged lo be a gieat hoiii t-bieiiker and glvi n t'i making lljKinlc, it murks like thin when ho moots u fair one "May I cull )ou Mu.)?" or ou Holt, Mr. llcoigo ,.,, n ,, wlio know tho highly nearly Ilvo thousand foot, a gllmp-o tnlontcd medical man well was In was taught or tlm snow) e.osl of tlio least surprised at tho separation, 'Mauna Kea, with Its .linker nelgh for tho Dottor was not tut out for l"r, lliiulul.il, In tho forogiound, .. i.niio.iln. ltn wns i. moit erratic tovorcd with clouds, l'liuloliu.i, with siiimner In Apt II. Lakn Tahoo. Thoy will go to and choloilc man, though at heart U cxhllliatlng nlr, Its glorious sun ono of tho heBt In tho wo. Id, und tho set und inagnlllcoiit vlows, has an woniiiii who (ould Ilvo with liliu wl'lwl tliuriu In having bton tho foi- , most enlovublo uol lunth.ou wus .w,i,i imv,. in iwmsosn nil the ninill- mor homo of the woll known I). enjoyed, the novelty appealing lo siV(m Wednesday by Mis. Mutch 'this of Job and Solomon, besides tho Tiousscau, who was a git.it porson- tho guests. Among tlmso enteitiiln- ltt Kallhl for MrH. Wll.ox, of Kauai ul vve.o i.uvcrnoi auu Aim. Cartel, T10 initio piesonted a plit.no wtil.1i ux-1'icHl.lcnt and Mrs Hanfortl II s wddoin seen ovnu bore, for .ivory Dole. Ad.tjlral Voiy of the Navy, (k1i used was of ll.iwulliin o.lgln. IMllJol ailll MlH Villi Vllet llllll lllll- A .l,,i,. ,l:,l,,iul, In tlm , ,mt,.p of "If )our husbnnd weren't looking tcri, t Cninp McKluley, Judgo and tho table tilled with jollow hlblstus, I'd kiss )ou," which I bollevo Is tho si,8, Dlrliey, tho Consular scrvlto, ulie flower seldom used, innilo a wa the natives of the Snmoun Id-, ,Uce Ciutwrlght. Jr.. lepieseutlng nmi o( Ucimty. Lets of imillo Intei- unils make love ! lilt father, who was too 111 to bo mingled with )ollow hibiscus, woio Mueent: Secretary A. I. C Atkln- Bvcn each guest, und )ollow IiIIiIb- inn recepuon nun nan wiilili ion, Col. unci Alls .icoigo Ali.crt.i- Consul (icnoral Mlkl Salto, the olll- lane, nx-Ooveinor Clcghorn, Honcii- lo. b of the Japanese Me.tl.nuts' As- ublo S Al. Damon, I'liuco and I'lln- boclntlon, and tho manager of tho .ess Kuwunuiiukou, Col nml Mru, S. Yokohama Specie Hank gave last Bat- Al. I'aikoi, Dr and Mis, II. nnlii) livening In liuiioi of Ailiiiti.il Aliiuay, Alls. Homy Tnvlor, Mih W virtues nml tbarins of her own sex nllty In Ilunolulu a few years ago. Tim rmlv thlni on oi.rth this in-, - - i ui.irkiihln medical man was icaiij no- All. and Airs Aloxamlei Siott tus mid niailn lels wero used Ii.vIbIi I) In tho table decorations. An ap propriate coisugo of hibiscus was at each pluto After lunch tho guests plaved .aids and lute In the after noon llin heaiilltul nimble luithliiR 'luliilol.n und tho olllrerH ot the ,Iap- II Avon, C.ipt and Mrs Joviips nml pool v.ns Inspected and proved bo part) of eight who camo to gilef thei Amonc tho gucstH wore notltotl nneso siiuiidion was a brilliant nml ofllcers of the .Manning, Judsu I.lnd- tempting that a few of tho guests other iiigui jusi iirouim uiamoim Airs. Henry Aiacriuinno, Aiujor auuuiaiioiatu ulfuir. lioiioiulii vas out bid and Alls. Lindsay, Air, James took a plunge. Among thoso pica voted to wilh all bis heart und mul .have letiiined from Komi, and aio was his inofosslon. lie loved It us . booked to depart on tho 2011. for u true nrtlst doeB his art, nn.i wna California und tho Yosemlto Vullo). hnpplest wlion sawing oft some one's' After that the) lutond to tour Mox leg or making an autopsy. He might t Ito Air Scott has bad oiiormous possibly bnvc risen to a greater success In tho Islands. Ills Innil height of happiness vvhon teal Ing to fcupes iidoin many a mansion. Tlio pieces in un article foi homo niedl-j Scotts, who havo figured huge,) .at journal uio IIHOHC3 of boniOthn wiclal llfo heio, will lm gi. piuctltlonor ho dpi not liko Ha wus , inlbsed Two of Air. Siott's plttuies ono of tho most illsputntlnus niouluro owned by Air. Wnnumakor of Hint ever lived und denily did l.i Philadelphia and binned In tho 10 loe a good llghl, In his emly dii)a.eul n.x of tlm Wumiinakm- imintiy bo was alwnjs waning with romu hnuso rno about iiivillt.il theories, or pollt-j Iml questions. Had ho lived In tho (Additional Social News on Pa(?e7) Tlio elV 111 a fitly ; "' I .'Al I ,l' ,ji... MMt&t&t.rtaJM&lAmi&bto Ajo. jau...jlf,m,Sj.&1. tffa Jmi&Aito4UiM U&tjfft "'"1' - c U.Mtt.Mitt.