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EVENING BPLLET1N, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY. MAnCH 24. lflOfi.
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ANNUAL MARCH SALE OF
Aarch 26, 27,
Gages, Pattern Hats, Bonnets and
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ALL THE NEW WEAVE8 AND PATTERNS FOR
8ATIN STRIPES, 13!iJ PER YARD.
MERCERIZED, new pattern!, 25d PER YARD.
FANCY CHECKED MERCERIZed NAINSOOK,
Sm-256 PER YARD.
WHITE MERCERIZED MADRA8, neat deilgni,
2W 30d PER YARD.
MERCERIZED MADRAS, extra quality In brocades
and polka dots, 15 different patterns,
5W 35J PER YARD.
EXTRA FINE REPLICAS, In white, pink and blue,
EXTRA FINE WHITE SHIRTING, Madras and Ox
fords, new designs,
MT- 30d -10 PER YARD.
I SOCIAL NOTES I
Additional Social New., on Page S.
Mrs. J. Yutius Is at the Queen's bos
j'itul with an attack of appendicitis.
The tad news o( the death of Mr.
P.aas has Itty received.
Mrs. James Castle was the hostess
of a cbarmlng luncheon on Weilnoi-ila-
at her beautiful home bv tbo sen.
The table with Its roses and exqulslta
jsllvcr and glass was a picture. Amouc
the guests were Mrs. Alexander Scott,
-Olrs. Francis Swanzy, Mrs. Henry Lyon,
.Mrs. Albert Nlblack. Miss Anna I'arii
And Mies Nelsone White. After lunch
eon the guefts played bridge.
What a ptty that MIbs Alice Hede
mann has sprained her ankle-bone for
the second time. It Is most unfortuu
ate, for the Hedemanns are at Walklkl
and swimming will be forbidden Miss
iledemann for some time to come. Kv
ry Saturday afternoon ten or twelvo
ttlrls utcO to congregate at the Hede
manns and of course bathing and swim
ming were much enjoyed as were nisi
the delicious sandwiches which wen
always found on the sideboard after
Mrs. Raymond do I). I.aynrd. enter
tulned at an informal tea for Mrs
Don ling oii Monday.
MIbs Margaret Illgford will sail for
her home in Kngland In April. She re
cently made the trip to the Volcano.
Ux-J'reslder.t Dole's portrait, which
wss painted by Matteo Sandona, is be
ing much admired. It Is at the Kmnu
street residence of the Doles for the
present, but will probably be hung In
the Promotion Committee rooms until
the contributors decide where It will
finally hang. It Is a masterly effort ol
the clever artist.
Mr. and Mrs. n. N, Pater entertained
at dinner at the Moana hotel on Thurs
day evening for Mr. and Mrs. C. W. C
Deerlng, Mrs. Kdward Damon and Mr
Among the many dinners of the weelc
was a cbarmlng one given by Mr. and
Mrs. Bell of the Moana Hotel In honoi
of .Mrs. vSchultz, Miss Helen Kitchen,
Acting Governor Atkinson. Mr, Ilobert
' Atklneon and Mr Dell. Sr. White and
mauve coreopsis made the tablo at
tractive to look upon, A special menu
One of the most delightful teas of the
month wob given on Thursday by Mrs
acrrlt P. Wilder at her beautiful vlllu
on Hastings street In honor of Mrs. S
a. Wilder, who departs for England
the first of April for a trip of several
REGULAR LENGTH, IN CREAM, WHITE, LIGHT
BLUE, PINK, GRAY, AND NAVY.
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NEW WAIST PATTERNS
HAND EMBROIDERED, EYELET WORK, ETC.,
with extra material; '
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Latest novelties In great variety: Pique, Linen and
Canvas, In plain and embroidered effects,
war lsfc up
The very latest novelties In handsome designs and
cSlorlngs; Dresden, shaded, fancy stripes and paint
ed effects, 4Q PER YARD UP.
35t PER YARD.
months. Mrs. Ocrrit Wilder, looking;
lovely In a while silk frock, receive i
ncr guests on ino lanai, nnn she was
usslsted by Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs.
Charles Wilder, Mrs. James Wilder
and Mrs. A. M Drown. A bevy of
beauties which it would bo difficult to
equal, The drawing-room was decorat
ed with American Dcauty roses, and
the tea table In the dining-room looked
so attractive with a cut glass bowl
'filled with la France roses, the sllvci
and fine linen adding an artistic touch
.Mrs, I.aura Wight pourcdua, Mrs. K
'M. Swanzy served the coffee and Mis.
Richard I vers presided over tbo punch
bowl. A delightful interlude during
the afternoon was tlm singing of Mrs.
Albert Nlblack, Mrs. Charles Cooper
and Mrs. Ranncy Scott, while Mrs. ou
Holt played several choice bits ol
music In her usual llnlshctT manner.
Mrs. James Wilder was much admired
and-her frock, a Frtnrh rnnfprtlnn In
I pink, hand-made, was voted exquisite,
hy all the women. Among those pres
ent were, besides Mrs. S. Q. Wilder, the
guest of bonor: Abagall. Princess Ka
wananakoa, Mrs. Charles Wilder. Mrs.
James Wilder, Mrs. Arthur Wilder,
Mrs. Swanzy, Mrs. Laura Wight, Mrs.
Arthur Drown, Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. Knx.
on Dlshop, Miss l.ucllo Dunham, Mrs.
Harry Macfarlano, Mrs. Richard lvcrJ,
Misses Gardy, Helen and Alice Macfar
lano, Mrs, Edward Adams. Miss Dertha
Young, Mrs. Dabbltt, Mrs. Dyron Ualrd,
frfl Vttrov Tlnninn ttia Mluafta WnllrAr
I Mrs. John S. Walker, Mrs. James Camp-
Midi Mluo VkIIIi) Whllo Mill Mnri-nrol
Castlo, Mrs, Charles Cooper, Mrs. K II,
Ilumphrls, Miss Cornwell, Mrs. Krncst
Mott-Smlth, Mrs. Albert Nlblack. Mrs.
D, Smith, Mrs. Schultz, Miss Kitchen,
Mrs. von Holt, Mrs. Cllvo Davlcs, Mrs.
Walter Krcar. Mrs. Clifford Kimball,
Miss Kimball, Mrs. Herman Kocke,
Mrs. Howard Hitchcock, Mrs. R. N
Paton, Mrs. Kdward Tenney, Mrs. Noo
nan, Mrs, George Herbert, Miss Agnes
Judd, MIks Sophie Judd, Mrs, Will
bridge, .Vi-s Parke. Miss Jennie Parke,
Mrs, Ranney Scott, Miss Marlon Scott,
Mrs. Henry Lyon; Mrs. Dowsett, Mtb.
Rodlck, Miss Neumann, Miss Alexand
er, Mrs. Holloway, Mrs. Raymond De
D. Layard, Miss Hlgford. Miss Mist,
Mies Allco Jones, Mrs, Gartlcy, Mrs.
Van Vllet. Mrs. P. Klamp, Mrs. Cooku
isnd Miss Cooke.
Mrs. Clifford Woods' sister, Miss Gil
man, Is visiting the former for a few
weeks. After finishing her visit she
will go to Maul tolie tho guest of an
other sister, Mrs, Lufkln,
Mrs, Hetman Foclte, one of the most
successful hostesses In town, enter
tained at luncheon on Wednesday, tho
guest of honor being Mrs. Robinson,
wife of the park expert. Thosepresent
were Mrs. Dabbltt, Mrs. George Ro
dlek, Mrs, Clifford Wood. Mrs, Aimln
Haneberg, Mrs. S, 0. Wilder, Mrs.
Harry Lewis, Mrs. M, Phillips and Miss
Mr, and Mrs. Klamp entertained at
Monday, March ;25th
SI. 25 PER WAI8T AND UP.
dinner on Wednesday In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Thompson, Miss Juanlta Hum
phrey, Miss Dlsa Schaefer and two of
ficers from the U. S. S. Oregon. After
dinner the guests were entertained by
Miss Juanlta Humphrey, sister of
Captain Humphrey, is very popular
and Is being much entertained. She
will remain until May, when she leaves
for a visit (o the coast with Mrs. Hum
phrey. Miss Helen Kimball has cards out foi
it tea on Friday ncxL
Mrs. Dlshop has Issued cards for a
bridge party to be given on Tuesday
"The Lady," an English periodical,
nas tl.s following, which may be of In
terest: After a very happly little hol
iday at Dlarrltz, King Alfonso returned
lo Madrid on Friday evening last to
resume his official duties. Princess
Henry and Princess Ena of Dattenberis
Iwere remaining on till Wednesday this
week, as being the day for Prince Alex
ander to leave for Gibraltar, where he
rejoins his ship. Though harassed
rather by photographers and Conti
nental lournalltts. the roval lovers
were treated by the people of Dlarrltz,
'on the whole, with consideration, far
'more than poor Miss Alice Roosevelt
has met with In New York, where she
has been mercilessly "mobbed," not
only by the ubiquitous American yellow
' pressmen, but hy crowds of fashlonabld
I women, who are even said to have fol
, lowed her Into shops to see what she
'was purchasing, fingered her costume to
'discover Its texture, almost to have
fought for the flowers she was wearing
(fastened to her corsage, and for the
bonor of shaking her by the hand.
; Among tho wedding presents scut to
'the "American Princess." as she has
been called, ate pumpkins from South
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
fir. cottage, barn, lawn, fruit trees,
near car line; a bargain.
For $G50. I am authorized to sell 2.20
acres, with small house, off Nttuamt
Ave. near car line; Free water; Real
viiiue (2000,00. Owner Is forced to
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ae 4 bodr., clec, wlro, 1 block
from 2 car lines, $20. per m.
4r. cottage and servant h, at Walklkl
beach, good bathing; $10, per m,
P. E. R, STHAUCH,
650 Dozen Ladies'
Stockings .in Black
White and Tan at almost
LOT 1 Ladles' Tan, drop-stltch hose, full line ef
sizes; regular 25c. value, slightly spotted;
JBjajf ON SALE AT 10 PER PAIR.
LOT 2 Ladles' plain black hose, Hermsdorff dye,
sizes 8 1-2 and 9 1-2; regular 25c. value,
3sF" N SALE 15 PER PAIR.
LOT 3 Ladles' plain black hose, extra fine, Herms
dorff dye, all sizes; 35c. value,
ON 8ALE AT lQ2-3 PER PAIR.
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS CO.
I Dakota for pies, gigantic potatoes, tur
nips from Kansas, and apples from Vir
jglnla; while souvenir post-card por-
IrnllH nrn hrtni? antri hv fona nT Minn
Isanda in the States, nnd thero Is a pos
itive rustc for purchasing various ml-
Icles of wear udvertlsed as the "Alice
Roosevelt shoes." hats, and so forth.
Democratic admiration may take em
barrassing forms on occasion "mob
bing," to wit' but It Is singularly
comprehensive and warm-hearted, and
the democratic apotheosis of Miss Allco
Roosevelt should be considered as moid
than n mere cruzc; It Is a flna tribute
to her own qualities as a typical Amer
ican, girl, and to her distinguished
father, the President, for his splendid
rapacity as a statesman and a man.
On Tuesday Mrs. Faxon Dlshop gave
a bridge party In honor of Mrs. Harry
Taylor. Mrs. S. O. Wilder won the
first prize, a handsome belt buckle with
the Hawaiian coat of arms and to
Mrs. Andrew Fuller, the second prize,
p Jade vase filled with roses. Delicious
lefreshments were served,
Mr- Andrew Adam, who sailed for
an extensive trip to America and
I Europe on the Sierra, was presented
I with n handsome gold watch and chain
by his Japanese employes of the Kaliu
'ku plantation, of which he Is manager,
'He Is a great favorite with them and
i has wisely Influenced always for their
good. It speaks volumes for the har
mony existing between Manager and
I A ball was given on Thursday even
ing for captain Mcrrcll and toe officers
of the Oregon at tho Alexander Youns
hotel. The ball-room was crowded
wth guests and the roof garden bril
liantly Illuminated, It was a very pret
ty sight and the floor of the ball-room
was oted perfect by the dancers. Pre
vious to the ball u dinner was given by
Manager .and Mrs. Gray' In bonor of
Captain Merrell. Tbo table was artlr
tlcally decorated with a hanging basket
filled with carnations and maidenhair
terns. Carnation tela were at each
place and u perfect menu was served.
Among the guests were Admiral and
Mrs. Lyon and Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Cooper. Later in the evening they
were Joined by Acting Governor Atkln
ton, It was a gala night for the Young
hotel, and greatly appreciated by tlw
Mr. John II. .llllss entertained at din
ner last Sunday In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Scott, Miss Foreman,
nx-Governor Cleghorn and Mr. A. O.
Hawes. Miss Winston acted as hostess.
Mr. Donald MacAlllster, a nephew
of Captain Saycc, was an arrival ou
the Alameda, from England,
It Is said that Mr. Fred Church will
manage the Annex, and that a new
rafe will be started within two months
LOT 4 Ladles' black, dropstlteh hose, sizes 8 and
10, regular 25c. value,
LOT 6 Ladles' black silk
regular 50c. value;
Jjajjp- ON 8ALE
LOT 7 Ladles' white drop
regular 25c. value,
.LOT 8 Ladles' lace ankle
regular 35c. value,
SJSjr- ON SALE AT 17 1-2 PER PAIR.
LOT 9 Ladles' white lace hose, alt sizes; regu
lar 35c. vlue,
30f ON 8ALE AT 20d PER PAIR.
LOT 10 Ladles' fine white cotton hose, all sizes,
regular 35c. value,
liHf ON SALE AT 17 1-2 PER PAIR
LOT 11 Ladles' fine white lisle hose, all sizes;
regular 50c. value,
LOT 12 Ladles' fine white
sizes; 50c. value,
LOT 5 Ladles' all lace black hose, all sizes; reg
ular 35c. value,
' On Wednesday afternoon Mrs, Mabel 'sidewalk doors, and be well ventilated
Wing Castle gnve a delightful tea at and scuppered.
her Manoa home "Kawekul" In hdnur ' The upper Hoor will be used exchia
of Mr Denton of Wvllesley, Mass., who Ively for Masonic lodge purposes and
Is visiting Honolulu for scientific pur-
poses, Mr Denton Is an authority on
fishes and has, until recently, been
ninnai.i.,,1 Itli tlm Umliliif.iilnn Instf.
tute. He Is at present making a col- ns offices, vestibules, etc. Particular at Tho funeral of E. A. Johnson, tlii
lection of fiBhcs for the Agasslz Mus- tcntlon is to bo paid to the ventilation young employe of Lewis $ Co., who
cum, Cambridge, tho Field Museum, of all tho rooms, The b.tnquet hall and died suddenly a few days ago, took
Chicago and the Ilrooklyn Institute, lodge room nre to be from 22 to 21 feet nine., yesterday afternoon Tho funur.
Mrs. Castle, who Is a gracious and most, from floor to celling, nnd arc lo be 1'' ' "T";,,1"'
charming hostess, was ably usslsted eelled and walled with approved de- "' ,ook '),aco rrom tho "I'Hatns un-
in receiving by her sister, Mrs, Grace signs of stamped steel. The remainder dvrtaklng parlorn ou Fort street at
'Crockett. When the guests were as- of this story is to be divided into two 12:30 p. m. A large number of friends
jsomhlcd, Mrs. Westervelt delighted 'floors, and to be utilized for parlor, of tho departed. Including tho mem
'them by rendering Schumann's "Ara- library, offices, cte. Tho lodge room' hers of Lewis & Co., had gathered for
belle" nnd "Polonaise In E. fiat" b) and offices are to be suitable for Illue. the sad occasion, and a wealth of nor
Chonln. After the music, refreshments iSiottlsh and Templar Masonry. al decorations bore witness of tbo cs
were partaken of In the dining-room,
decorated with fish nets, to suit the oc-
caslon, Miss Margaret Hopper presld-
ed at the coffee urn, Mrs. Selma Kin- stores and structurally entirely mile
tiey at the tea tablo. while Miss Alex-jrendcnt of them, being separated from
ander took charge of the fruit punch, the lower floor by fireproof walls; the
Next on the program came a very In-'stairs are to be of fireproof construe
tercstlng talk by Mr. Denton, who tlon.
knew how to hold the attention of his The stores ara to have modern fronts
audience. Mr. Denton told about the with prism transom lights and' awn-
different methods of preserving fishes
the latest of which he himself has
Invented. The afternoon was a very
pleasant variation on the usual card
parties and Mrs. Castle proved by tho
success of It that Intellectual entertain
ments nre still appreciated In Hono
lulu. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Drosch and Mrs. H.
E. Walty have moved to the Dowlcr
residence, 787 King street.
IIILO MASONIC BLOCK
Illlo, March 20. Plans embodying
i the Ideas of tho building committee of
the Masonic Hall Association have been
sent away to architects to be worked
out In full detail. '
The building Will be three stories In
'height, will cost from $25,000 to $30,000
mnd will present a very fine appearance
on tho corner where It Is to stand
j Walanuenue and Ilrldge streets.
The material Is to be hollow con-
Icrcte blocks, which are to be so tied to.
get her ns to withstand the force of
.earthquake, and otherwise to meet tho
'requirements of the board of fire under-
writers. The foundations and walls are
to be of sufficient strength to carry at
least four stories, with the view to fu-
The building Is to front on Ilrldge
street. The lower Hoor will be divided
jby wall partitions Into stores, while
the upper floors will be devoted ex-
cluslvely to Masonic lodge, purposes, prove that street and open Ilrldgo Unlimited Capital"; Miss Waddlngton
The corner store Is to have a front- street and put them In the condition sings a solo; 6:30, Epworth League;
age of fifty feet, anil two other rooms of the others, a work thut has been 7:30, Mr, Wadman speaks again; sub
for stores will have twenty-five feet long delayed. Tribune. Jec'., "Stained Doorposts." Mlsa Ms,-
frontago ench and a depth of sixty-1 t rlon Dell sings a solo. Hawaiian quar-
three feet The ceilings will be four- Frederick VIII, the new King of Deu- tet also performs. All are cordially
teen to sixteen feet In height. Each mark, Is said to be In the babit of In- Invited,
store will have full cement basement at vltlng editors of leading political or-. .
least six feet In height, be well light-
ed front and back, having prismatic
In white and
AT lQ2-3 PER PAIR.
plaited hose, all slies,
AT 25 PER PAIR.
stitch, hose, all sizes;
AT 1212 PER PAIR. Wht, flroundi poka bm
white hose, all sizes;
AT 25 PER PAIR.
lace ankle hose, all
AT 25 PER PAIR.
AT 20 PER PAIR.
will contain n lodge room iox; feet in
dimensions, un assembly ball 30x72
feet, a library 21x24 feet, and n ladles
ttrii'Ttt ft I lin lumn illntAnalmic na wctll w
A wide stairway will afford access to
the upper floors from Wnlanuenue
street. This will bo at the renr of the
Jngs, if necessary, and nre to be finished
with pressed steel walls and ceilings.
At the rear of the store Is to be a co
ered colonnade and toilets for the
stores will be located under the stalr
It Is tho Intention to begin construc
tion soon after the first of July, at
which time title to the property will
be obtained. Tribune,
HILO SEWER PROGRE88.
..,, ,..,, 9n ti. .....( whr.rf at halt past 8 o'clock this morn
Illlo, March 20.-Tho construction ,nj. from San'Franc,,C0 for oriental
of the sower system Is getting well J)0rtb. Although the Alameda only
along townrd completion under Ihe sit.' sailed two hours ahead of the Hong-
pcrvlslon. of Assistant Engineer Cook.J onX !"". camo In fifteen hours
though striking rock on King street nneni- of "10 Oriental liner. Tbo
the past week has Impeded somewhat. Hongkong Maru Is carrying treasure
The system Is now completctd on l0 amount of $2,000,000. and sho
Front street to l'onahawal nnd on To- 3.00 tons of freight. W. A. Chap-
nahawal street to Volcano, on Volcano "" formerly purser pf the Coptic-
to Church, from Front street up
Church street as far as School, and
on Furucaux lane. All of tho Bystem
between Ponalmwat street ami Church
Is completed excepting tho extension
of Ilrldgo street, a distance of about
200 feet, .
Work on King street Is well 'along,
nnd on completion there work will be
commenced on l'onahawal street, un" -
per section, on which n mnln will bo
laid as far as School street. The re-
mainder of the system will Incltido
mains on Pitman, Pleasant and School
streets; nnd others. If fundr. bold out.
Now that the sewer Is completed on
King street It will be In order to lm-
gans to attend at the castle to discuss
the different political Issues ot the day.
IS FULL OF NEW SPRINO FASHIONS. . -,
The very latest, made of fine linen, trimmed , with,
Baby Irish lace; very swell S21.B0rVlP
JS ffii A vs
brown linen, strictly tailored
1t JS J jjS
' White Shirt Waist Suits
An entirely new assortment made of fine Persian
lawns, embroidery trimmed S3. 75 AND UP.
Jt JH Jt Jt
Muslin Shirt Waist Suits
$ (J m
WHITE SILK SUITS .
Lace trimmed, very handtome S20.00 UP.
J ? f
NEW CRAYENETTE COATS
Guaranteed rain-proof, In tan, oxford and olive, at
I isv IW t?
WHITE WALKING TKIRTS
' Washable, made of union linen, Pique, Poplin and
all linen, latest cut S2.00 UP.
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Misses' White Walking Skirts
Washable, In pique and linen SI. BO UP.
AT PEARL GUY
teem In which the deceased had been
held hy his fcllowmcn
The services wcro conducted by
Rev. John W. Wadman of the First
M. E. Church. After repeating 23d
Psalm, "Nearer, My Ood, o Thco" was
aung, Thco. Richards leading and Mlsa
T. Jayne presiding at the organ. Af
ter a sermon by Mr. Wadman anothet
hymn was sung and prayer offered. At
2:15 tho remains were conveyed to
Pearl City for burial.
JIUIDil BLEAT MRU
BY Ml HOURS
Tee Toyo Klsen Kalsha liner Hong
kong Maru docked at the Channel
occupies mo same position aboard me
Hongkong Maru. Included in tho pas-
enKr list Is a party headed by Mrs.
"vr Dyrne, composed of Los Angeles
Koclely people Lieut, Col. Johojl of
the Japanese army Is also a passen-
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
located corner Dcrctanla and Miller
streets, John W. Wadman, pastor.
Services tomorrow as follows: 9 a. m..
Junior League; 10 a. m., 8unday school
and Illblo classes; 11 a. m pastoi
preaches; subject. "Partnership with
IMF-Tor Rent" cards on sals al
tho Bulletin office.
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