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"""""j""' 8 EVENING. nULLETtN. HONOLULU, T, IT., SATtTIWAY, OCT. 17, 100S. EJEiiSEaaHESSX Ribbons t WW!'!!!!! 4-, tcaincoaxs - . - fc i i Sec our new Imported Ribbons, in Dresden and Persian c fleets They'll re exquisitely colored c f f White Goods Direct from New York We have all the latest styles in Rain Coals the Cravanette, and others, in plain and stripes. Indies' Lace Evening Waists i i Mere is a chance to get a very ljandsomc Waist at little expense. Waists in White and Cream '-pHKSR GOODS, comprising Lawns, Nainsooks, Linens, Chiflon, Batiste Persian Lawns, and Dimities are the very latest in White Dress Goods i And right in the next department we have an immense stock of Laces and Embroideries for trimming them. Winds!? Ties foF CiiiidFesi In Plain, Plaids, aid Stripes. Very neat and pretty. itiMnhliiMiptlWvMwhhevM.tt!Hv)? . Girdles For the neckjin Gold and Velvet. The latest Km Sachs Dry Goods Co., LIT J Aij Corner Fort & Beretania Zm Egcgfc.iijiBaBgEi.'ar'ii'wiwiPMi raSSSanGSSSSJBHHSSSE &l31fB&BgZBE23SlUS5K SOCIAL CHATTER TTOggreTOWWUH,- l- ""? A ' jL.j AND fegaJ issEWBBaoi-jiacBTa kmem E.BlXhi3ai: HOM A K a ZnOSSOTHESaEESSES C ,UT v II MltS COItYWN P. IO. tuber Llpplucott's Is being eagerly IlKKS vim imiT.r- llicli homo ' ie.ul "nd widely discussed Natur al Tlic I'has.mton gao uu'"". c.crhnd.- Ik Interested, unit all e1.ibin.it i illniirr on Saturday I Umioliihi linn been moio nr less agog oxenlnc lust in the iilnt.i'wllii curiosity cer since It was dining-room Double hlhlmn .Known that Hie hail written n ro .. . ... '....... ..r trrt.. .it .!.,.. i(....rmnH la S iSmlo an cffe'ili. table decoration, ifnfl On fuft l.'diance from the tall rtlndle. i diii ahrrudod, was moat bc etTnilllg. The guests Included Cnp TSlii nnil Mrs. JIumh," Admiral and M.t. Holly day. Mrs. Walter Trcar. ,M"rs. Augustus Knmlt.ru, Mr. and Mrs. ('allies, Dr. Vletor Collins and I)r!' Cofcr. Mrs. Hics looked ".cry n.inte of Hnvall. Miss Kaufman Ii returning to the l.iun sho loves mi dofitedly In Niivcmlier, to lit n Rural at Sana Soucl, and sho may wrlto a Kill n of our icilnl life, the Install tnnemi3 succor of "The Jewel of the Seas" certainly warranting It. 1 Prom th Arponaut H the follow I Ing about Jcu-Ie Kaufman's novel. 'liandHonio In a whlto toilette ami Octolicr ..d: rtlrs. August un Kniiil-en. In renin To overlook Joi-slo Kaufman's cotn- l$ratdt was greatly admired. Mrs. Vivic ncucl In Upplncott's Magazine, ift-oar In white mailo a pleasing pic- fur October would bo to slight tho ftfirc and Mrs. Moses' frock wns in.ido Klfts of the llte-nry Rods. Miss Kmtf in lMrls and suited her perfectly, man Is already well known In San jfra. llnllidny. n pretty bltio.od 1'ianclt.co, but It seems prudent thus woman, wore Mm, and Mrs dailies cnily to nffert our rights of proprlc- 'ifiblted very illbtlngiilshcd In black. orshli over an author of such stcr- m i, i, ir "nR promise who not only breaks Otlsi Jcsilo Kaufman's novel In the new ground, but does It with bitch energy and success. "A .lewel of the Seas" Is a romance nt Hawaii, an.l while there are al ready uonio few writers .who havi! shown us tho fictional possibilities or the I'.ulllc Irlainls, there Is so far no one within our recollection who handles such :' wealth of model u material with a touch fo dcfl nr with such humor and abandon. To opllnmljo Mlsa Kaufman's story I supcrlliions liecnusc Its grnceful and clever plot Iln.li a (ompctltor In a dlaliiRiiu mi lar; nail so witty that wo almost wonder at thn lavish hand with which It is bestowed. Most wri ters would hoard such a store of good things and spread It nut over u ear's work, but Miss Kaufman's prodigal ity leads us to hope that the mine U Hill young. .Miss Kaufman should certainly (ontlnuo to wilte. She has few ef fective competitors In a Held that Is so conspicuously her own. 8ho seems 1o know Hawaiian society to tho i-atuiatlon point, anil from It m're boh In the Navy popular aspect She wiltes without on the i Hied Ibu Ailmli.it CI ii I. lie M lu., 1, III' i I place In iiniior of Admit. il and M .1 '8,. Inhume l'i ptaln and Mit. C. .ri"nhe tilp with the big tmulng h vim; been intuit Mlicest full Wvnr tam wil1 be more I ULU IIUIIIC healthful if you keep Primo Beer and serve it at meal times. Most people drink too little liquid because water is flat and unpalatable, and their systems become clogged and unhealthy. The drinking of Primo is good for you because it induces you to drink more liquid than you would drink without it'. And Primo Beer is both a food and a tonic of the highest order. It makes a pure, healthful beverage. Drink PrimoBeer at Home friction anil with keca and union- idea hit tilp n Hie Stale, stopplne; .cntlnmil humor. Sho has Ihtufoio heic and then as fani) elcil. The nil tho niatcrlil for substantial an. I url has apartments at the l-'utr- abldliiR success and slit will lertalnl niont S. I', (Hobe. have the eneiiiiriigliiR appbiiti-e of Mm. yider, by the wit), has been llioHe who Seas." I Miis Oliver bad a large ami liril llant audience on Titerday oxcnlug and "Tito l.lttle Mlnlater" was llul rned to with attention. She under stands peifeclv her rolo mid "Iuly Hobble" hctself secmcil to snillo upon the audience, mi Intensely did the clever nitlst riealo the ntiniisphein of Harries lieinlue. On Thuisday evening one lMined to "The Confes sions of a l.tteiaiy I'llRilpi" and Hie art with whlih hho recited was om inenled on generally. It Is mi tiu ijualined iilea.iure to listen to the r.weet tones of this artist mid the rjpld changes nl her 10I03 arc inost nrttstlcall mai'iiged. On Monday night she will tecllo In the Opera l'.,i ir Itees g.m n il'iiiinr' for tlu'in re- iierompllsJied. Mrs. liilwnril Htrolbe'r ceiitl The color behonm of hj'i iiIko boon tisltlni; lit thla faBh the table dccoiatliun was lilfilt, ilu- lonable licnltli riSurt. fheMO iu-ih. lnaldeiilialr fern", and I ' imik-iilniileil i idlcHllcki'. umiblnius " Violet Damon wns very mwcU lead "A Jewel of tho much unlet tallied during her Mijourn to proditco ti tliiirinlng effect. Those niluiliod whlltf " vIMtor "In Perkeluy. who gathered nround It wore Ailmlr- . " Bnuo m uosioo. wmro me al mill Mm. Swinburne, (lovcrnor unil , Winter month will be lWflnd In Sim. 1'renr, Major mitt Mrp. Smnurl fuay. S. DunnluK. Mr. ana Mib. (Jeorgo Da- A .... ... .. . . I fn Thlimilnr MVnnlnff .TttrlUv. nrt vies, uaiit.un enu Jirs. lorwin o., i - A.n.ilinl Hnl.m, nml Ciunniinder Oil- '" Sli'ees- ll.illim enteits.lied -n Tc:-iMr tor i;n", n'Kior iipii mrs. ico'i- nn, C, pin t Myeu, Mr. .leni.un. Ill Sin I'lauclsco, whole she Is n guest at tho fnsrUinable Hotol .lef-forMJti. The Mornlii!; .Music Club met tit Mn. Wcstonclt's nt College Hills fen I he III nt lime tills c.imiii. It wna a Mry pleasant affair and nearly all the members wen present. The pro giam was us follows: l'AUT I l'nper: "The Syinplinn" Mis. V. L. Whitney S.Nmphouy No. V, Op. (!7, Allegro i on bio, andante con mnlo (two pianos) 1lcclhiicii 1'iof. I.cwls mid Sou l'AUT II (ill "An iter Sotiueii Scholn (h) vci. Tho Call. Tho Mimna Hotel wns t!iC sreno ot a pietty lutielicoii on Tlmrsil.ij lu l Im prlvuto dlnlns-rooni, the ho.de- i being Mm. I'lelds, to well liked hole. I'lnk enriiatlons nml ijitcuj Hindu mi aillstlo ecnterpleeo and over each i hair wiu a pink earnittlon lei The RiiestB luelildod Mm. Walter Ki-oat, IMrs. Sidney Uallou, Mre. Uobeitmin. Mrs. Augustus Kiiudsen, Mrs. Alun lzo (laitley, Mrs. .lames Judil, Mm. "Wator Sprite" .t. , .Schumann 'Mirscf, Mrs. Wlnfied llabbllt. Mix. House nml a i.uge and niitliticlnRltc I Mesdamcs Cooper. Siott, Hitchcock. I'lillllp nuillcnco can In counted itpnn. .Mrs. Oliver wote u becoming while laco frock nnil her Ijige, dark eyes weio lovely. .Man leas have been given inr Dr. .mil Mis. Oliver. The Kllo hana Art League .Dianmtlc Clrclo gave her an Infoimal tea mi Monday afternoon mid It was delightful to listen to her brilliant rouvoisntliui. .Mis. Krear entertained her most In formally nt l"n. only n few bring 1 present, but It was a very enJoahlo afternoon, much appreciated by tho talented elocutionist. "Dr. Uiko of Hie Lahradoi" will ho given on Mon day. So many alTalrs mo on for tho l'lcet that one's time Is very much on Hull, Kltiuoy, Miss Ward Piano Kilo, "Peiifceo ruglllve" . . Minkowski Mis. S. ".. Wilder Vocal nilo, "Ave Maria" I.ulzzl Mlsi Sehaofer Violin solo, "Noiliirno". . .Ilafs VI It Mis. i: A. It. Host Vocal tolii, "Lullaby, llaby's Sleep" I'IksI Violin iililll-.itu, Mis. Coopor .Miss Wmd Vocal iliut, "tluienado". . . .Sclmbort Mesdanica Mmt-Stnltli and Weight Mrs. Al thin' lliowu of Honolulu, i who Is the gucfct of Mrs. Chillies Amlruni. On l'riday ovenlng of lust week Mr. Kleb.ihu i;ne u bIiib dinner In honor of Sir. I'lotcuhuuor. who soon goes nhinail tu Join Ilia wlfo. Mrs. lTnteiiliuiior In trnvellng with Iho lllahopt mill they mo now nt Haslo. Tho Hlshops expect to return In De cember nml Mlts Agues Wnlkor will actoutpany thoui. Mr. rfolenhauer ( gave a uliig dinner on Satuiday nlfiln! nl which wore tho Herman set. I Yr Mr. mid Mri. C. AV. Cnso-Dcc:lug, who alwass entertain well, gao a dinner on Wednesday In honor of Mlsa Nnney lluck Winston, who n.illi Mr. and Hk. ritld. Mr. (Veil llruwn and party, who . ro In New Yoi k, Imhullne Mi's, lie'i" l)li:kiiiii tnd MIhh Ada Illuvlr , vlll lotii- Ksypi. with Minn Mmltf Mm II it, whom they will Join lu Kr- -laud. ' Mi:i. Philip Andrews, so impitl r and handsome, will ream In with V pin cats, Captain nnil Mrs. Audi. l'u Her, until Decumber or JnuiiiM. U Mr. and Mrs VicdcrlH Klnnip i . n very onjoyuble dinner on rl dav evonlng in honir of sevcial iC eoi's. -Y Consul Ceneinl and Mis. Mil. hell ontertalned nt dinner on Wed'ie day nvenl'ig In bo. or of Mr. tuul ?1i. WllllaniH-nf WMiiliin. i iuci iiuii ones lime is very niiicil .. ., ,, ..... .. - ,- taken up, hut It will well ho worth Cla"z ' "',U"S- W,,H tho Ktioit of lion- j tll0 Mmichuila. Tho tablo w.n l.ot.h".. TmX "t"0,'a,C,, WU" '" 1"''nUCC rS"3 """ l'SolangJ'tlnieimo" d ' J''""" lo" ? '",'' .ludgo and Mrs, Hallou mo giving 'dahllaa and ferns weio used as tablo "r ,,,ac,i lllco '"'' "atm' '" &laM Hiclr i crept Inn In honor of Meut. and house decoiatlons. Those asked C niamlqr and Mis. Ashley Herman '" "lcet MH. Hiown wero Mrs. 1,'. M. Itoborlbon this evening. Those io-Kelll'' Ml8 ChnrlrB Cranss Perkins, iclvliw with th.Vi will be Admlial 'f: "''" I'llcnlrn. Jr.. aim. llonry c..i. i 1....1 i.i . 1'Uller, Mis. Tod lord and Mis. belrce . I.leu (, brnlth, Jetd. l'ro-.c.lry Mauris ltoblnSou.-P..sadon.i P ti v teet. Captain Powcis I.ymlnKton I.loul. .leiiMiu. Major JIiis, l,eut. (floss, I.leut. .Voi.es, Meut. .MeKtu- noy, and a few other otlltcis. The latin! will be utilized for tho refiesh incnt loom and Chinese lanterns will ;nake it gay and attractive. Kiritrlc lights will illuinluafo tho grounds nml a good floor, brilliant music, juetty woiiun, and bravo lueu will Veitnlnly miikn ih(. iiallou mansion till nttl'IlLlUn i.nnl tills nvr.nl in- Miu llnliiiu has peifect tusto and alwaia Is a 1sii(cess.rul hobtesi, , It Is Interesting to know that Ad Iniral Clark mentioned In tho follow ing clipping is mi untie of Mr. Stan ford Conness, who Is so soon to mar ly Mrs. Unirinnr Wilder: Admiral C '.; Clark, who took tho Oregon aouud tho Horn during the (Clel)ial,ed itiuid mailo by tho big hntth'shlp, on that mrmorablo nice Vhen war waa llrst declared with Spain, Is making a Islt to this city witli Mis. Claik and his two daugh News, k The Villi ami House, is sheltering manj fioni Honolulu Just at pieseut. Atnotig tho local guests tire Mrs. .lames Caudle, Mis. Oeoigo Cablle, Mis. Maiiule Phillips, llruco Cnit wrlght. Jr., and tho Paxtons havo only Just returned from n three weeks' tilp. Kvoryhody la most en thtthlnhtlu and Iho cool air, .wouilur ful sights, and ngiccnhlo walks and di Ives are attracting many to tho world-fumed Volcano. A- Mr. and Miti. StncUithlo will return on November 10th ttnd occupy tho lesldonio on ll.isslugor strcoi. Thcio li.no been imiiiy decided changes, rooms being nddcil and u lanal mndo linger. Jlrs. Slncl.-alile, nee Inex Neumnnn. Is well knuwn bcie, and has always had nil iilo'lui for Hono lulu. With tho aiilval of tho Fleet lu Honolulu tho L'a)ctlos of that Inter tuts, Mis. S. a. HohlnMin tuul Mrs. cbtlng plato me nt their height, l'u- Included Mr. and Mis. A. (I. llnwe Jr., Or. llutiiphiU, Dr. Victor Col- llns. Mr. David Anderson. I Tho dinner which Dr. nml Mis. Langhorno gave on Tlntrbday liven ing was n Miry delightful iiffnli. Tin covers encircled tho prettily decorat ed tablo mid ll.c guests Included Mr nnil Mrs. (iorrlt Wlldiir, Dr. and Mis. Jamas .ludd. Miss Miiroaiet Castle, MIbs Alice .Muilurlano, and Captain Symlugtou. ! Mr. rmnrls Cogswell, a mid hip man on the South Dakota, who has beon 111 at the Queen's Hmiilliil. ;..' turned 'a his ship' nu Wei1ue.idin. Vtiung Cogswell, tho von of the htt Admiral, Is u nephew of JudKc !'. M. Hatch. I I Mrs. J. O. Oil-tor, who met with such u pulurul uccldent not long slnco. Is gottlne on Very well, nnu'li to the satisfaction of her family unit friends. ' Mrs. William C. Wilder, -vho hna been vUItlug In California, returned In the Km en much benefited lu health by tho ihango. T Mr. and Mrs, Henry roster Dutton lTADLISIICD 1760 Walter Baker Sl Cos ' and i . u i Cor eiill.i. drlpj(ln, li".."I cool.'!.; Pure. Dcllcluvt!!, Nutrlllou A1 V'Q00osTllt i C, r, IltiKlies, whoso husbituUs tuo tvitulniiK'nts of nil Boris mo taklut; larivc licen euJtJy.tus, .Carlsbnd, their ) Drcaltfau Coco. 1-2 tb. tins DaLc'i Chocclite (untwertcnoi), ! -2 lb. r itt I Gcrmtn Suet I QiocdUte, 1-4 lb. uik- Trr Salo Iv I ecttUnt Grocer In llciiaitliu WALTER BAKER & CO. 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