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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T It.. SATimnAV, Nqv,. 13. 1001.
.j. j jt sr si - - v $: if
Leaders for This Week's Selling
Blankets and Comforters
The new stock just nrrhed it well worth your attention. Excep
tionally R00l quints.
WHITE COTTON BLANKETS Bt 7r.k, 00k, ?l.OO, 1.1:5 ft
WHITE PART WOOL BLANKETS, defiant quality, full size,
S?l.yri, $1.50 a. pair.
1'INE ALL WOOL WHITE BLANKETS, fiom $5.00 n pair up
waul. GREY COTTON BLANKETS at 75( JM0 and 9 1.00 a pair.
0 KEY AND RED ALL WOOL BLANKETS.
DOWN COMl'ORTERS, Silkolinc and Silk Cocrcil, in pictty do-
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
DOLL CONVENTION AT SACHS' STORE
We arc just in receipt of beautiful dolls from Santa Clans, A fine
imoitnient of DRESSED DOLLS. UNDRESSED DOLLS. TALL DOLLS,
SHORT DOLLS AND BABY DOLLS. BLONDE DOLLS AND BRU
NETTE DOLLS, TOrSY TURVEY DOLLS. SUN BONNET DOLLS
OnETCHEN AND JAN DOLLS. ALL KINDS Or DOLLS.
Bung the Cliitdicn to see the happy hunch. '
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
All colors, pure silk.
135c Baby Ribbon 10 per bolt.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
"Satins for Fancy WorR
GOc and 75c Satins 'iO a yard.
Colors: Pink. IlRht Blue, Tur
ou'ois, Bronze, Tcua Cotta and Pea
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
1010 styles; checks, stripes, plaids
nnd solid colors.
12V4o quality 10 a yard.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
75o quality, 00 a yard.
42 inches wide, extra Rood quality.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Two Beautiful Dolls
Beautiful Hat Pins
A fine collection to select fiom All the latest styles in pins
lead. Amber, Cut Jet, Fancy Metal. Crystal, Gun Metal, Rhine Stone,
Elegant Suit Patterns
In the latest Ditss Materials, in all the new soft colorings with
Trimmings. Belts and Hand Bags, all to match. No duplicates.
N. S. SACHS'
DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
Elegantly dressed, now on display in our Show Windows, will be
To the children rcccivinc the highest number of votes. A VOTING COU
PON will be given with every 25 purchase.
Veilings and Ready-To-Wear Veils
An immensj assortment of the cry latest novelties in nil styles t
and eclors. They will interest you.
THE NEW PARIS VEILING
Very latest in Alice Blue, New Green, Lilac, Navy, Brown and
White, 00 a yard.
NEW TUXEDO VEILING, in White, Black nnd leading colors, 35
THE NEW SILK MESH VEILING, in all the new shades, very
stylish, extra quality at 90 a yard.
- NEW CHIFFON AUTO VEILS in all colors, all ready, for use,
THE NEW SCARF AUTO VEIL, hemstitched, an immense rtssoit
ment of eclors, 1.75 each.
THE NEW BUTTON AUTO VEIL, very popular, in the leading
THE NEW CHANTILLY WASH VEIL, from 91.25 nn.
B fa mmpfmmmmrmmi, n iiMti SKqaSfr B
wcro ushered Into Iho dining room
unci thcio weio exclamations of de
light over the Ijciuilltully appointed
table. It was a lolet luncheon with
lilaco cards of llttlo cuulds, which
vvoic cry appropriate, aB the charm
lug guest of honor will bo ono of the
November tirlilei. The center of tho
tie difficulty nowaday In kooplngjU Krnnce roses and Blmlliix, wltn while artistic i.laro cauls weio found
up with tho prevailing stvlcs us tho exquisite place auln: the only a.tl- at carl, pl.ue. Jlr.Wlclinian guests
local stoics goi.eially speaking aro flclal light veio (undies, with dell- weio liovoinoi and Mis. I lear, Ad
na ui) to dato as the best houses on into plnU shades. Mr. and .Mrs. Ho- mlrul and Mis. Corwln V. Ilecs. Doc
Iho mainland clcnnn have traveled extensively In tor and Mrs. Hobdy, Mis. Mary
' foreign lands, mid during the ti a- I (limn, Mr. and Mis. Walker and Mr.
Mr wntinn, a Smith wns the vels have collected choice bits of land Mrs. Ilratnnnl Smith.
hostess at nn onjovahle Thimble brlc-n-biac which adorn their Wal-
SOCIirrV. mid the public In gen- In, and a fortune to get out Hadi ery ono can not be served at once,
eiall) a i e taklliR a Keen In- meiiibei of tho Club Iiiih tickets fol although eftlelcnt helpers will bo
Iciest In the D.mic and Pish bale, a ihargii of II rt cents will bo piesent. and thoro will bo no hltcn
C'lmwileiH. which will t-Ki innili' ndiiilltlng one to llio giouuds In that line. Tho only nittcles for
place ul the Outrigger Club nnd mtlllliig them In chowder, tolls, mlo will bo cand, soda wator. fiult
next ivil i evening, Nnvem- honie-inadc t.iKe ami lorfce, which punch and lemonade; which will bo
ber the nineteenth Mis Piantls.M. Is r-xticmcil generous. A nominal nerved at attractive booths, appro
Sv.iu..v Is he.ul of the nlfalr, and Mini of twenl, Iho cents will be prlatel) decorated for tho occasion.
It Is needles to su lh.it the unilei- charged fm tlm diuelng. upon pa. Tho Supper will bo served from 0:30
taKIng will ' a stii-iexs for Mm." lug tho ipiarler a badge, m.iilo of to b p. in. after which dancing will
Hwiiiuy possesses wonderful exciu- il.ilnt) ilbboii, will bu presented, bo Indulged In on tho Lagoon lanat,
live nbllltv, vvhlili has been pioven whlili will entitle mie to il.incc ilur- which will bo decorated with Jap-
mi funnel ouuhIoiis The crntilldl Ing the whole evening. Tile chow- "neso iiiiucri.o, iik mm i.t...m...o.
..in i.. l.i ill turn i v liuhied. mill tho lcr. sandwiches and mils will bo A Hawaiian orchestia
Ijgoon been the Outrigger Club and m-ivim! under a hiigh lent, the gucsls the music, the OutilgRur
the Milium Hotel, will be lllled wltli
plitiiresque l.iiiterns, u Mil Hunting
(orchis Tim oung men nf lloto
t (tin mod mil be nfi.ild to pitrou
lz llilit alfalr ror It will mil bo tho
old stor of lostlug m Mltle to go
nfler partaking of tbesu dellilous Ido.illy situated for an out or uoor
viands, will ho expected Inmovo on entertainment, a cotcrlo of boclcty
In Hie nillsti. liomli, vvbeio icilten women me living on tho follow-
llllil i.il.n will lill MM mil flee lit ! Illg I OlUlllltteCS. Illlll llolllg till III
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c lunge -thus mnkliig menu for tho
walling vlsllois, foi of (ourso ev-
The Bishop Trust Company,
BKO to nnnounco that on January 1st, 1910, they will
open a Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, where ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with pioporty Interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond anil recelvo advlco as to
opening a bank account, putting their funds out at inter
est, buying rial cstnto, sIocKb or bonds, or Investing In
any other class of tccuilty. Undor the Laws of the Tcr
rltoiy n woman can hold property In her own rlgtt.
Iho lllshop Trust' Company feel that they have been
fortunate in securing for this Departmunt tho bcrvlcos of
Miss J T. Mnelntyto, who Is well Known In tho business
community of Honolulu ns tho manager for olght jcars
paH of Illahop K. Company's Savings Hank Miss Mucin
tyro will havo an olllce In tho lllshop Trust Company's
Ilulldliig on llothul Stroor, wliero sbo will be found dally
from 9 to 12, after the 1st of January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly cniilldontlal.
their power to promote tho success
of tho undertaking, which Is mho to
bo a (l.iU affair.
Hxecullvo Committee: Mrs. Trail
rls M Svvaiuy, Mrs. Corwln l. Itees,
Mm. J. II. Sopor and Mrs. Kdward 1.
Chowdei: Mrs. Andrew Kullcr,
Mis Samuel Wilder, Mis. (lerilt Wll.
ilei, Mih Ulihaid Iveis, Mrs, Sidney
Il.tlloii, Mis. Hrncsl Wntcrhouso,
Hulls and Sandwiches; Mib. Jos'
eph (llliuan, Mis. Clifford II. Wood,
Mib, Philip Weaver.
Cakes: Mrs. Charles Atberton,
Mrs. rtcil Watorhouse, Mrs. Allan
Candy: Mrs. It. 0. K. Kostet,
Mrs. lMvvard T. Simpson, .MIss'D.iIb)-
Coffeo: Mrs. llbon Low, Mis. Oeo,
Woodruff, Mrs. C. Hollowa).
Soda Wator and Trult Punch:
Mib. Arthur llorg, Mis. lliulnurd
iHiultli. Miss Irgard Schaefer.
A number of society girls, belong
ing to Uio jounger set will assist.
Over Seas, tho homo of Judgo and
Mis Sldnc) Hal Inn, was the scone oi
much gaelty Thursday afternoon, at
u luncheon party. Miss Violet Damon
was tile complimented guest, tho
lets, the basket was ill aped with vio
let tulle, with tho graceful ends
trailing on tho exquisite tublo.
Largo oi sago bouqucU wcro found
at each place, nnd worn by the fair
guests; after luncheon Hie noslesa
iI.icmI bitlllunlly on lio piano,
whllo Mli-s Damon rcmlcicd sovorni
bclectlons charinliigly, on the vio
lin. Those present wcro Ml. Sidney
llalloil. Miss Violet D.iliinn, Miss
lleatilie Castle. Mis. Samuel llald
win, Miss Vera Damon, Miss Alice
Hedeman, Miss Dorothy Mosher,
Miss Iloso McClcllau, Miss Daisy
Urus, Miss Josephine MiClcllan,
Miss Nora Sturgeon and Miss Alice
Iho ileum ml for jetted and metal-
llo trimmings for dainty gowns lu
growing fast. I notice in tho latest
voguo of fashions for spring, and
slimmer of 1010 that iho Trench
costumiers will use fnio trimmings
more lavishly than over before. With
our gloilus Biiiislilnn in this country
wo can anticipate the bciisoii. It Is
not pupslblo to fully describe fitting
ly tho many bcnutirul Ideas In new
trimmings now being shown, but I
was imuh, Impicssed with the lovol)
novelty Trench trimmings I saw al
Jordaus stoic this week, some of them
are quite high priced but they aro
(ertalnlv elegant amongst othei
Tietich goods 1 saw, l.tero wcro a
very iholie line, of chantllly bands
In vailous widths of black, ono piece
of gold bullion band was extremely
rich, lltoy aro also showing sumo
beautiful colored trimmings Inlaid
with puarl beads. Thero weio sev
eral pieces of the now Trench braids
which aio so much In vogue at pre
sent ami many others Including
white silk Venice bunds In vailous
widths. Ladles of Honolulu have til
lable was ornamented with a largo, party, Tticsduy nftcrnoon at her nt
rouiul llrtor, which' reflected a fan-1 tractive homo In Nuuanu Valley; the
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ey basket lined wun iragrnni vio- lenicriiumncui sutn m uu..Ui .
airs, ixiuis vvnrren, who i unu
Honolulu's recent brides. The house
wns decorated In puiplo violets, each
guest brought her fancy work, most
of tho bits of needle work wcro
dainty Christmas gifts which would
eventually glnddcn tho heart of somo
rcluttvo or dear friend; u pleasant
afternoon vvns spent In social chit
chat. rtcfreshmontB were served at
small tables, which were decorated
with violets, after refreshments, Miss
Wlckstrum, who Is an acconipllsncu
pianist, tendered several difficult
pIcccb In u masterly style, while
Mrs. Charles Weight, accompanied
by her Blstor, Mrs. E. Mott-Smlth
sang several beautiful vocal selec
tions Among those present besides
the hostess worn Mib. I-ouIh Warren,
Miss Hough und Miss Helen Hough,
of Stockton, Cal Mrs. McClellau,
Mib. John Wanen, Mrs. Olson, Mrs.
K. Mott-Smlth, MrB. Charles Weight,
Mrs. Samuel llaldwlu. Miss Smith.
Miss Huso McClellan, Miss Josephine
McClellau, Miss Wlckstrum and oth
ers. In honor of Miss Lesllo Wight,
Miss Hls.i Schaefer entertained at
her home Itosehank, Saturday aftor
noon. The affair was a luncheon,
tho tnhlo was decorated with roses,
which were called from tho Schne-
fer's garden, which Is noted for Us
llowcis. iMuroH wcro laid for eight,
tho following guests being present:
Miss Lesllo Wight. Mrs. Ousliiv
Schaofer, Miss Itose McClellau, Miss
Hlla Wight, Miss Iteatrleo Cattle,
Mis. Samuel llaldwlu and Miss Jos
Society will bo well represented
at tho Hop, which will bo given this
evening In honor of tho Olllrcrs of
the 14th Cavalry Kcgtment. Malm
Scot, tho lomniundliig officer, is a
great favorite In civilian llfo, as well
as among the Army nnd Navy roll,.
During the evening, from 8 to 10:3u
tho renowned Hth Cavalry Hand
will pa) In the beautiful pnfk of
the Moana, a number of dinners nro
being planned, by local society folk,
whllo most of tho Aimy OfllcorB and
theli fileuds have engaged tables, It
win indeed be n festlvo evening.
Soclctj folk nnd Aimy mid Navy
people aio cordially Invltod ot at
tend. Tililj) evening, Mr. nnd Mis. C.
Hedeman entertained at dinner In
honor of Mrs. Alexander 0. Hawes
li . at their beautiful homo at Wal
klkl. The elaborate dinner was serv
ed on the cliciilar lanal oveilooKIng
tho him The table was dcecu.itcd In
lilkl bungalow. After dinner tho
evening wns devoted to cards and
music, those piesent were Mr. unit
Mrs.. Carl Hedeman, Mrs. Alexander
G. Hawes Jr., Doctor nnd Mis. Clif
ford II. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
Satiud.iy evening Mr. and Mrs..
James Wlldcr's "bungalow by tho
seu" was the setting for u ory pret
t) llttlo dinner; tho affair was In
formal but extremely eno)iiblc.
Those present wore Ml. and Mrs.
Ilnllcntjne, Mr. und Mrs. Trcdorlck James Wilder, MrB. Aloxuiider (!.
JKIamp, Miss Alice Hedeman, Miss Hawes Ji., Doctor and Mrs. James
Dorothy Mosher, Doctor iieueniun uudd nnd Mr. Eric Knudscn.
and Mr. Howard Hedeman.
Ono nf I lie most beautiful dinners hiwc about decided to jiiirchased ono
of tho week was given Kililu) ovou- of tho artistic bungalows, that aro
lug, by Mr llcnr) Wlcbman In lion- I elng elected b L. C. Abies, on Wll-
or of Oovorncn and Mis. Kicnr. Tho der Avenue, between Kcwulo anil
tinnier was given at mo nosis uenu- Kecaumokii Sticets. This Is a sc-
tlful home on Klnuu and Victoria lect locution, and tho llaldwlns will
Streets. Handsome red loses nun be an ncqulslte to UiIb exclusive
maiden hair ferns graced the table, neighborhood.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevet
plB. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
function being glvon In her honor, lounuui'. rram'nia'ui htrmtut oi
At one i) c ock this gtitheilng of oooj,i),i:,inih ULiiea3ui,,c.u.a.nj i
pieltj nintious. nnd voting iimMa U60.T.HOPKINVP'0.37 Gtett Jonet Stctit.KiwTC
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Will Ui4 tb J
Chickering Pianos Possess
Rare Tonal- Power
THE fact of greatest interest to tne
piano purchaser is tnat the tone
cf the Chickering is the nearest to
the ideal that it is possible to reach; its
Tone is the one that other makers have
found it impossible to duplicate. In buy
ing a ChicltcrinfJ Piano you secure the
best it is possible to purchase.
J We have Chickerings in all the differ
ent sizes '.and styles of case, and are
always glad to show you our fine stock.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for Hawaii
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