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Specials for Monday, Tuesday, arid Wpdhesday
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CHILDREN'S SCHOOL UMBRELLAS
Paragon frames and steel rpds, very strong, 75 and upwards.
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LADIES' WHITE WASHABLE
LADIES' AUTO GLOVES
With very deep cuff. Good weight, but not, clumsy.
LADIES' BLACK LACE SCARFS
Just the thing for throwing over the head in the evening.
Specials for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
White Mercerized Shirtings and
25c quality . '. 18 a yd.
.30o quality 22 a yd.
35c quality , 27 a yd.
White Fancy Pique
Regular Price 30c a yd. Special Price 20 a yd.
White, Ecgular Price '35c a yd. Special 25 a yd.
White, Regular Price 40c a yd. Special 30 a yd.
New Allover laces, New Allover Embroideries, Heavy Band laces
Cluny laces, Baby Irish Laces, Pearl and Silver Bands, Persian Bands,
White and Qold Bands, Silver Spanule, very beautiful for evening
We also have some very pretty new ideas in the double width nets
for gown! and waists.
LADIES' HAND CROCHETED
Very choice, only one of a kind.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Tlio delightful garden fete glen
ht tlic Pleasanton Thursday nfter
noon, b Cnptnln anil Mrs. Convln
I. UciV, In honor of Admirals So
hrce anil Harry, and the otllcers of
Pacific Fleet was undoubtedly tho
most elaborate social function of
the week and one of the moat enjoy
able ua wall. Tho luxuriant grounds
were made festive for the occasion
with many colored signal flags
strung on festoons from trco to tree,
while huge Jars of the billllant red
oxorls decorated the refreshment ta
bles and made a ((leasing touch of
blight tolori Mrs Keen, In a clinim
Ing lavender silk frock with over
dress of sheer white batiste, nnd stun
ning lavendar hat whose purple
plumes drooped gracefully over a
wide band of steel passnmentcrle,
was as iiku.il a gracious and atten
tive hostess to her guests ns they
were presented by Mr. Wniter Dll
llnghnm, Two massive solid silver
punch bowls cither belonging to the
Washington and Pennsjlvnnla graced
either end of a large table and were
presided over by Mrs. Harry Macfar
lane and Mis. Giorgc Davles at one
end while Mrs Hlchard Ivers am
Mrs. Gcrrlt Wilder were serving at
tho others: all four ot these charm
ing matrons were gowned In hand
some white lingerie frocks, Mrs.
Mncfurlnnc's hat which was a grate
ful leghorn prettily trimmed with
lavender orchids, contrasting well
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rlt Wilder and Mrs George Davles
woro dainty French bonnet hats o'f
white. Mrs. Davles being trimmed
nnd tied down with soft pink liberty
ribbons, while Mrs. Wlldcr's was a
(-harming contrast In soft shades of
palest blue ribbon at tho tea table,
Mrs. Francis M. Svvanzy nnd Mrs.
(.Gorge II. Carter, both gowned In
love!) white lace Dlrectolre gowns,
presided, the latter serving tea while
Mis Svvanzy p ured coffee assisted
by Miss Irmgaid Schuefer and Mrs.
C Faxon llishop, Ucs wcie served
at a pretty 8 mill table made nttrac
tlro with dowels nnd ferns and pie
sided over by Mrs. 13. A. Mott-Smlth,
wliot.0 gown of white Inco with black
lace hat woro verj stllsh and be
coming. Among the large number of
guests piesent wore the following:
Admlinl and Mrs. Scbrec, Admiral
Harry, Major nnd Mrs Ileechcr B.
Hay, Governor and Mrs Walter
Fiear, Mr, nnd Mrs. 11. F. Dilling
ham, Captain and Mrs. Wm. W. Low
and Mis. Parmelec, Major Dunning,
Civil Engineer Parks and Mrs. Pnrks,
Miss Frcar, Paj master and Mrs.
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for it Wc'guarantce to
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Grown on the faf
Heights of Ceylon
Nirvana is picked
and packed under
diicct British sup
for this market.
Every package of Nirvana Tea
is packed in lead, which preserves
its freshness, flavor and fragrance
From Tea Garti -n to Tea Pot.
And every pound or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea is si.closed in a card
board case, which bents the legis
tered trade mark and name of the
Nirvana Tea Company.
Sold By All Orocers
IIotncbcrgcr'.Mrs. McCatlum, Gen.
and Mrs. John McClellau nnd tho
Misses McClellau, Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Dillingham, Illshop and Mrs.
Henry II. Ilestnrlck, llev. and Mrs.
J. P. Erdman, Uov. and Mis Simp
son, rtov. Wm. II. Illlss, Mi, and Mis.
Philip nnr, Judgo and, Mrs. Aletl
under Lindsay, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnl:
lace1'!!. Farrlngton, 'Mr. nnd Mrs. P.'
M. Swanzy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E.
Cooper and Miss' Cooper, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. W. Hnll.tMlss Hnll nnd Mrs.
w. it. licnhnm, Mrs. A. J. Camp
bell. Mrs. Lansing, Mrs. Plerro Jones,
Mis. W. L. Whitney, Mrs. Ilichnril
Ivers, Col. nnd Mrs .Sopor nnd tho
Misses bopcr, Mrs. C. Hedemann,
Miss Alice Hedemann nnd Miss Do
rothy Mosher. the Misses SmnMlni.
Miss Jessie oKnncdy, Mis. Arthur1
nrown, Judge nnd Mis. P. M, Hatch
and Miss Kaufmuun, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Harry Macfarlnne, Mr Wjn. O. Irwin,
Mr. Lansing, Mr. A. Lewis Jr, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. C. von Mamm, Mrs. Jas.
Wilder, Mrs. Rnnney Scott nnd Miss
Claire Kelly, Mrs. Ilelle Jones, Miss
raiy, airs. Faxon UIsliop, Miss Wul
kor. Miss Alexnnder. Mrn p a
Schncfor, Miss Schaefer, Mr. nnd
Mrs. uustnve Sphacfcr, Mr. Harry
von Holt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie Young
and Miss dllct, Mr. and Mrs. George
It. Carter, Mrs. Mary Gunn, Mrs.
Lackland, Mr. Wudhams, Mr. and
Mrs. Gcorgo Davles, Mr. Ilallentyne,
Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mrs. M. M.
Scott and Miss Scott, Mrs. J. S. Wal-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Prosser nnd
Miss Thatcher. Mr. nnd Mr T. fn.
ney Peck, Monster and Madame Men-
uni, juuge and Mrs. S. II. Dole, Mrs.
A. P. Judd and Mm. T.nwrnra T...1.4
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Uerg, Mr. and
Mrs. vvm. A. t,ove, Mrs. E. M. Wat
son, Mr. nodlelt, Mr. Klnmp, Mr. P.
C. Jones. Mrs. Fran It nilllnl,nm
Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mrs. Ross and
Mrs. finest Hoss, Mrs. Angus and the
Mlstes Angus. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert
Lcwcrs nnd Mrs Aithur Wall, Gen
crul Davis, Mr. Uruce Cortwrlght Jr.,
mr. nnu Mrs. w. M Graham, Mis
Irene Flbher, Miss Swanzy, Mis. J.
A. ailninn, Mrs. Wm. Castlo, Mr. nnd
Mrs oieson, Miss Wlckstrom, Judge
and Mrs. Sidney Dallou and many
others. A large number of nimm
belonging to the Fleet were present
ns well as many locnl Army, Navy
and Marino ofllenm tint mnniinnD;i
above, nnd the members of the Con-
gicsslonnl paity almost without ex
A unique and 'beautiful dSnncr
was given aboard the West Virgi
nia on Saturday evening which was
followed by n danco. It was a fare
well affair and both on the menu nnd
dance cards wero prettily worded
farewells to the United States and
Amerltnn Ileuutles of San F1andsc.11.
Aside fiom tho goigeous Ameilcan
Heauty loses thnt giaced the tables,
a unique decoration was can led with
each course quite in keeping with
the varied stjle of cooking nnd of
each country the big bhlp Is to visit
while on Its wnler cruise. Tho unl
quo courses represented Honolulu,
Hawaii, Admiralty Island, Guam, Ma
nila, Japan and China. H was nn
unusually elaborate affair as well as
a vciy beautiful one. The, be'nutlcs
of San Francisco who, wore bidden
to grace the festlvo board wero; Mrs.
Joseph Korrlgf Mrs. Robert, Hayes
Smith, the Misses Claire Nichols, An
na Weller, A'nW Peters,' Eliza Mc
"Millen, Innes Keen ev and Mabel Ore
gory. The hosts and dancing men of
tho party were: Lieut. Com. Zlg
nelr, U. S. N.: 'Ensign William 0 lass
ford Jr, Ensign Pon, U. S. N.; En
sign Scars, U. S. N.; Ensign Harte-
gnn, U, S. K.; Ensign Marin, U. S.
N.; Ensign Almen. U. 8. N.: Mid-
Ehlpman Giintlier,' U. S. N. and Mld
blilpinnn Aliny1, 4). S. N.; Dr. Culbert
ton nnd Pa) master John Irwin. S.
The Monna Hotel was en feto Wed
nesday evenng In honor of tho An
nual Polo llall given by Oahu to en
tertain their guests from Maui ns
well ns prominent society people In
Honolulu. The dining room and Ia
nnis wero festively decorated yvlth
tho colors of both teams prettily com
bined, whtlo Polo wallets hung
gracefully upon the walls with
streamers ot gayly colored ribbons.
The grounds were ablaze with many
colored incandescent bulbs and alto
gether the scene was a brilliant and
attractive one. Many officers (of tho
Army and Navy appeared In full
dress uniform while the charming
gowns worn by tho many pretty wo
men present were a delight to the
eye ot a connoisseur.
Fall millinery has replaced tho
summer stlcB, The best exhibition of
the now styles Is at Miss Power's mil
linery parlors In tho Boston building,
second floor.' MIbs Power's hats show
beautiful and quaint ideas worked out
most artistically. Turband predomin
ate, but numerous variations on theso
are mado with trimmings of different
kinds. The hats shown are fresh
from tho world's1' fashion centers
whero the brightest brains and tliiH
nimblest fingers Jhaye been at work,
anil tho exposition presents a most at
tractive feature to visitors, Tho ladles
of Honolulu,'', tojlriata and other 'Vis
itors are' invited 'to Beo thei newest
conceits oti.Mlt) Power's parlors.
The. latest news from Honolulu s
thnt Mrs Harold Dillingham will
soon urrivo by steamer tovylslt with
hot mother, Mrs. Hyde-Smith, .and
her sister,! Mrs. Ilaldwln Wood. Tho
length of the visit of the sweet bride
of a 5 ear ago Is not stated, but ov
er) one hopes to bo able to entertain
tho popular girl, who was such a
telgnlug belle a Beaton or so ago.
First Lieutenant Moses, U. S M.i
C, who was stationed here until a
short time ago .roturned to tho 'isl
ands with the armored cruiser spuad-
ron. He Is Btntloned on board the
cruiser West Virginia, First Lteutcn
nut Underwood, U. S. M. C , who wns
also heie for considerable time is
greeting Ills old friends In Honolulu,
he having nrrlvcd on tho Pennsylvania.
"John, I believe the new girl has
stolen the whlsk-broom. I left It
on the dining room table last night."
'I guess tho Juke Is on me, Mary,
It wns not quite light when I got
up this morning nnd I thought ou
had -left a shredded wheat biscuit
out for my bicakfast."i Houston
.'Captnin W. 11. Scales, wife and
rhlld arrived on Tuesday on tho
transport Logai Captain Scales bo-1
longs tu the Filth Cavalry nnd has
been nway some time on leave of nb
After a pleasant Visit of several
months with her sisters, Mrs. Ar
thur Uerg, nnd Mrs. Archibald
Young, Miss Francis Glllctt return
ed to her homo In Detroit, Michigan,
on the 'Mongolia.
Tho wedding of Mr. Ernest N.
Smith, formally of Honolulu, nnd
Miss Edna Robothum will bo cele
brated at Indianapolis, Indiana, on
the twcnt-olghth of September.
Mrs. W. Ii. Benhtm. who has
been the guest of her cousins Mr, ard
u.d i r Unit nnrt fnmllv for some
months Is booked to depart on.tho
m 1 !.. In Plnillnnftll.
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Mr. and Mrs,' nrnlnard-Smltli
w ci 0" returning passengers on the
Mnnchurln. They have been spend
ing siveral months In Southern Cali
fornia. Judge and Mrs nallou'nnd chil
dren returned from Kauai on tho W.
G. Hnll on Wednesday.
Admiral and Mrs Hollyday, who
have been vlstllig on Hawaii, cftmo
back estcrday greatly pleased with
teeing the' volcano.
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W EALIZING the growing need in the Islands for
. a piano and pipe organ tuner and repairer of
, more than ordinary ability, we have succeeded in
securing the services of one of the leading experts in
California. This expert is now in our employ, and is
prepared to properly tune pianos and organs and
overhaul and repair actions. We will also make'
a specialty. of
Polishing and ref inishing oases by the
same method employed in factories.
ALL WORK 'GUARANTEED
Bergstrom Music Co.,
Ltd.,: " Odd-Fellows' Bid., Fort ner King
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