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Very latest style, looie buck ami
I out fitting Coats In Tans and Oxford
Rubber Bathing Caps
The kind that keeps the hair ahto.
lulcly dry! different styles and colors,
t'rom 50 "P.
THAT KEEPS THE PRICES OOWN.
All orders receive prompt nnd care
ful attention. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Samples sent upon application.
THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
HALF OFF SALE
ON 3IN0LE PAIRS Of
Here's an opportunity, if you have
odd windows, to secure Curtains for
just half the renular price; there are
all kinds and all qualities.
The following prices will prevail,
WE desire to forcibly impress ipon every reader of our Adver
tisements the fact that great saving opportunities are offered
EiVdRY WEEK and that it will pay many times over to avail ones
self of them.
Our Specials THIS WEEK should be most interesting to all
Housekeepers and economical buyers. They are money-savers in
the truest sense of the word. Every Item quoted in this Ad. is
WHITE NL1 CURTAINS:
$3.50 quality 91.75
ECRU LACE CURTAINS:
$4.00 quality 92.00
$8.50 " 4.25
ecru donne femme
$5.00 quality $2.50
600 " 3.00
V.50 " 3.75
and MONEVBAK SILK8.
A Towel Special
At Reduced Prices
BEGINNING MONDAY MORNING; qualities and prices that wilt
surely please you. All large sizes and standard makes.
$2.75 Towels for
$5.00 ' "
S OPT t
BATH ROBES at reduced prices.
Use them and you will learn to swim
easily. PRICE 25.
On Snlo nt
All new. This Season's Coeds. Prices for the week, providing
they last, beginning MONDAY MORNING.
$2.50 ALPACA WAISTS 91.00
Colors: Navy Blue, Black, Cream and Red.
$3.76 WAIST 92.00
Cream Color, elaborately embroidered and tucked.
$150 WAISTS . 93..10
A handsome Cream Alpacaods. Prices for the week, providing
COME PRICES CUT IN TWO; OTH
ERS FAR BELOW REGULAR
Mercerized Dress Goods
Pink, Lavender and Blue; looks like
Silk; will wear better than Silk, wash
Able. Regular Price 50c
ON SALE MONDAY. . 25 "'
Embroidered Wash Materials
Pretty decigns and dainty colorings;
very dressy and still wachable.
Regular Price 10c
On SALE BEGINNING
MONDAY at 20 yd-
For Ladles' wear as well as for
Men's Shirtings, yard wide, striped
Regular ... 16 1-2c goods
ON 8ALE BEGINNING
MONDAY . 12'aO yd-
Yard wide, In pink and blue designs.
25c quality, MONDAY 15 yd.
A sample line Just opened;
no two alike.
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on Nov ember 1
Doth the residence and the largo gar
age arc tu be of light brick, with whlto
btono trimmings, grey tllu loofti and
topper cornices. There, will bo nothing
on the exterior requiring paint except
tlio window sashes. Thn stlo Is on
tho order of t ho French IlcunlssaiKC,
and nil tlio Interior decoration and fln
Itsli nil) carry out tho same motif. On
tlio Humboldt and Tenth avenue sides
Ilia house will hne u 12-foot terrace,
tlio main entrance to the house fa tin,",
Passing under an elaborate iron and
The beautiful residence, Stolberhof,
lieliiB built In Denver, Colorado by Mri.
Hdvvnrd Stollier, w well known here, Is
ili.tctlng much attention lu tho bulbi
ng nrchllectural Journals. Tho Renter
iiricln morning Uepubllean also s.iju.
."Stolberhof," tho handsome residence
hlch Mrs. IMwurd (J Stoiber Is creel
's at the cSrnri of Tenth avenue and
kiimboldl fctroet, will no doubt, when
dupletcd, more nearly deserve tho
Krlptlon "palatial" than many an
'hcr structure In Denver to which this
icknc)cd ndjcctlvo Is applied. Sum-
no one c mild ask a handsomer me-,
orlal th:ni thn homo whli.li the widow ' glasu marnueo oer tlio main entrance,
the Sllvcrlon millionaire is erecting and proceeding through a pair of orna
. his mcmor Kor flvo or six )cars mental Iron doors, graied with grilles
r. Stolher andi his wife had been and lanterns, mo visitor win una mm
.i,..,i r,.i.i..,. ,Li,i.h ciinuM . belf In a vestibule at thn head of u long
ress as nearly as possible everything h"" 20x50 feet, extending straight
hlch they considered desirable to thoinroiign me nouse to me pone cociure
jierfect home, and at the time ot Mr., on the Congress park side. Ming In
Stolber's death, at his homo In Paris, the bouth of the hall will be a largo rc
on April 21 last, most of their Ideas 'i option room and a living rbom 110x10
were In shapo to bo put In tho hands, Tho latter apartment is in open liy
of tho architect and tho contractor for French windows onto a toriacn and In
detailed conmletlon. Mrs. Stoiber Is. to tho palm room On tho opposite sldo
having tho resldenco erected for tho of tho hall will be tho illnlng-iooni,
puiposo of carrying out her husband's stair nail, iircaKinit room, etc.
plans and piovlding u storehouse for Tho scmud lloor will bo taken up by
the scorns of binii'llfiil things ho had comfortnblo suites of sitting rooms, hid
collected In all purls of the world, I (.numbers and baths, for the iinmlo tic-
Ono striking Instance of tho far-, lommodatlon of guests. All these
i-lghtcd and loving enro with which tho rooms will be mound an open gullet
iiltmnhiiT fnr llin Imlnn WA (lnnn. Is I liinklnr? ilfiw tl itltfi Ibn ll.lll below.
found In tho purchaso of tho mnrhlo On the third lloor will ho mom bed
seals, tables, vases and statues that 'chambers, rooms for the borvantt), and
aro to beautify tho garden, They were on tho south side a large museum for
purchased In Venice IS ears ago, and tho display of the art I leisures and
formed part of the beautiful landscape J curios which Mr Stoiber collected dm
effects of an old Italian palace which. Ing his travels
was being dismantled Mr and Mrs The basement will furnish ample
Stoiber brought these rare acquisitions 'means for enteitnlnnienl, being fitted
back to this country and kept them In up with a howling alley, bllllaid parlor
Mlvorton for a tlmn and then took them and a swimming pool. In another pint
aj entrance on Tenth avenue On, hard to find There were twelve In all Arthur Wilder, Piihllill), Mre Uoiii,- Among tho spectators were MrB. Han) been much dined and wlnid the p.ibt
i 1i ('nncri'SH Pnrli kIiIo the wall vv III ' who met In tho nftcruoon and t-niccucd las: Finance. (' II t'ool.e: libbers. It M.icfarlano. Mis. ( W (V Ihorlnoi.-u- unl.u
tho Congress Park side tho wall will who met lu thn nftcruoon nnd cnicciicd las; Flnanrc, (' II t'ool.e; 1'bhers, It
consist of sloue posts, with nn Iron madly nhiml the lnwn. At half past W. Shingle; I'lonr, A. I1I.kKiu.iu. Mas-
Icuiu between. In older that those lu
the garden ma get an unobstructed
view of the park. The limine Is to bo
lu feet fioui lliimlsildt stieet and tho
lot lino on the uoilh side 100 feel Horn
Tenth avenue and Ga feel from Con
gress park, thus Insuring prlvuc) and
giving ample latKudc for I. nidi-capo
gardening, lu accordant c with the bt)l
or architecture. IIiiwh of stnlely 1im
bardy poplai-s will add greatly to tho
general effect, and on the outside ot
the wall a largo number of lino maplca
will be planted All the material for
tho (on'ylriiLtlon of the walla of tho
building will be obtained In Colorado.
Mrs. Clifford Wood nao n charming
bridge lunch on Tuesday nt her real
demo on Thurston avenue. An artistic
Chinese boot lllled with inuuo chrja
anthcniunis inudo an attractive center
iileto and the haud-ualnleil Chinese
plain cards were dainty oddities.
Among the Invited guests weio Mm.
Alannlo Phillips, Mrs. Harry liwls,
Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mis. Alexander! rurnltuic
Macfarlane, Mis. C W V. DterliigXcvv weeks.
Mr. mid Mrs. Henry Diilton, Mrs. Van A
six the whole pmly were seacd at the ler of Ceieiuonles, Jaiiiea A. Wllilrt; i Vllel, Misses Lady, Helen mid Allto llnvmuiul C. Ilrown enlerlulned at i
lea tables eiijojlng the bountiful feast Jester, Kcorgo Cookn; l'rlviilll, llli li-, .ilacfarlani'. All infoimal lunch was tlag dinner im Monday evening In til
which tho hostess had provided After i-nl Cooke; Jollity, Wlllard Ilrown; Uerved. cbration of his 3'ith birthday. A ver
supper games wero Indulged lu and u 'Judging Prlics, P. II. Dodge; I.au-itml A en Jo) able evening was spuit by a pailj
M'ueral romp made tho welkin I lug. ' Order, Col C P. laukea; Music, Mis. I Mrs. I'. M. Swaury was the hostess of six friends.
Among tho guests wero Misses Justliio C. I). Cooner, Posters, I), llowaid ol a jireltv little dinner on Tliui-jilay
McClanahau, D.igmar Soienson, AlUe HltrlKixk, Th Lets, Mr. and Mrs. Man-
along when they went to Paris. They
lire now to giaco tho Idealistic garden
which will form ono of the most
charming auessorlcs of tho new home.
The lots on which the house will
rland were selected about a jear ago,
and negotiations commenced for ne-
of tho haBoment will ho Incited the
storerooms mid the laundry. No loom
will bu taken up by furnace or coal bin
as all the heating is to he dono fioin
An electric elevator will lonvey tho
occupant of Ilia hoiiso to the different
quiring them On April 3 of this ear i tlooris, mid a dumbwaiter will also run
Mr. Stoiber wan taken 111 and six das from too to bottom of tho ttruttiiie
Jater the telegram arrived Infornjln;; I There aro to be six bathinoiiis lu the
him that tho lots wre his. On April 21 J house and one in tlio garage, nil of
Hedemann, Klsa gchaefer, Violet and
Vera Damon, Messrs. 1 Iiirulil Castle,
Itlchnrd Cooke, Dement Kennedy, Stan
Icy Kenned), Urine Kenned) and Al
lan 1iwicv I
The fainll) Wood at tho Moau.i
hotel have taken ex-Oovernor Cl(g-
nlo Phillips; Doors. Mr. D'Almeida,
Mr. C. Ileileiuann mid Mr A. tl.
llnvic'i, Jr., are expected fioin Japan lu
the Korea, which ought tu arrlvo on
A gay nattj took iioscesslon of the
horn's place at Aliialiau, which will bo Hotel Madia on Wednesday evening at
vaulted b tho Traphagens, who arc to the Invitation of Mlso'fillic Ncinn.inn
lesldc in California, owing to business .and ucarl) a huiulred responded to tho
Interests Thero aro now scveial nrcl- Invitation Tho galleries vvciu full of
Walter Ilrlnikeihof nai Hie
evening at her icsldcmo 111 Muiina. if-.
Amnng thn guests vveie Misses Vein l,03l(..s) -rday of a bridge tea
mid Violet D.imnu, Nora and Hohcinoiid www
Seolt, .Mis. Faxon llishop, Mrs. Charles
Wlhler, Mis. Krederle Klaiup, Mrs. Jor
i.in and Mrs. Ilavves, Jr
w w w
"Itosebank," Urn resldemo of the
Selinefeis, was the wene of a Jnll)
pedm liarly on Monday evening, the
hostess being Miss Hlso iiihaifcr The
Svvanz), Se rotary J.u k Atkltihon
old Castlo and Uiorge Fuller,
Miss .Winnie Winston, who lias been
indoors for tlnee weeks with a bad
cold, Is out again, and once more greet
ing her man) friends,
Mis. F. M, Hatch la oxncclcd In ar-
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ty bungalown along tho beach for rent, eager spectators who watched thejiuary. Harriet and (illchrlst Hatch
but I think the ono of Miss Anna Pail'i, giaieful fancy hwiiiimiug of Mci.sis. will iiuoiupauy her, Mr. Ilafch follow
next the Aquarium, Is ono of thu most (leoigo Fiee.tli and llrnest Kiiplm with ing later,
lumfortablo, at a reasonable leiilal, niucli inlerest. The others lojiled as' www
that can ho had. In tho llrst platu It nearly as posslblu tho movements of I (;nw.rnor c.irtcr gave a luncheon on
Is practically new Inside mid nut, ami thu two oxportH and many u tiiiiilslof TiicmIhj for Mr II. T. Wills and his
,vn rails mis pin in hnuif ot ucr HiMjwnH mo lesiiu, which was aivva)s iiui-1 . 1,1(41 setietnrv Mr Hogeis Mr
fll l I, ,1 . ,. Tl.lu 1 ,. ..It ,.,,... fff u,.I.,n r .. ......I .. .. , i.n.il I A... ...... , tin u.'.i..., .. , ...... ...
... .,.,.. ,..,.,..,..,. ,..h iiipjn.n..i-. wins repiesenlB a leading trndo Join
nrH and jierlornici-s wero Mr. mid Mi.ltla r Aiiierlra and Is a very Intuiesl-
ucorgo uouse, .viiti, rieu .iiieiiiriaue,. ! .......
This Is a chain o for some-
bod) and It will not bo long Idle, I
The fait of the Mardl (iias nail being
at the Moaua hotel Is enough In lii.uie
lis success, for Mr. Heithihe Is Invalu-
ablo as a liianager, and alvva)n takes a Hniout Itohs, Mis. Cllffonl Wood, Mr.
iiwrbonal Interest In anvthliiL- at his "d Mrs. A Along, Mrs. Herman
fir.it nrlzc, a silver book mark, was ,otels. Mrs Muulioso (liahani Is, an Forke, Mlbse3 Iriugard mid Kltu
won by MlE3 Trcvollloii, mid Mr Sam initial, making good hr leputatlon us t'ehaefer, MIsboi Ileinhe and Doroth)
vvaiher was given me nr&i man a prue, , energetic executive and all the imiiweii, .miss uaguinr Boreiiben, misd
i.iny rat), ur aim .Mrs. iiign, .Major
Mih. Hairy Mai fai lane, Misses Lady,
Helen mid Alice .Mai fai lane. Mm. A
Fuller, Mr. and Mis. Wood, Miss Wood,
Mlsn Alice llrdemiiun, Mr nnd Mis.
Ect of cards In i.ise A ult-dovvn cup
per at eleven was much appreciated.
Among those present weio Misses Dag
mar Sorenson, Lilly Paly, Illanihn Sn
or, Violet Damon, Kojike, Tilly Neu
mann and Tievilllon, Mossrs. Ilniulcl
Castle, SJiu Walkci, Arthur Mackln
losh, ItlrhardJ Cooke, Dement Ken
nedy, Cool go Fuller, AIImjm Joidaii and
Tho University Club Is making prep
arations for lis annual Assembly mid
aitllllon wjilch will ho held on Febru
ary S, The club liouce and the Hawaii
in hotel will bo used, the kittoi for
ho succumbed to tho Illness and after which am to bo fitted with modern 'dancing, and all the arrangemciilH will
li few days Mrs. Slolber returned to plumbing of thu most approved and
Colorado to carry out his plans. Mr 'sanitary tjpe. Tho heating of the prln
Stoiber wus an excellent draughtsman clpal apartments of tho house will be
nnd nil his sketches were placed In the ' uccompllshed by Indirect steam,
hands of Marean and Norton of this On all sides of the grounds thero will
city, who have completed the plans and bo a stone wall, with lion gates and
specifications. The houso wus blurted lumps ut tho main vntrumo and drive-
be completed within thu next few da)s,
Tim lounger set of girls and bos
certainly have good times, and last Sat
urday at the riding paity nnd supper
given by Mrs. Fled Iwrey a hnppler,
Jollier sol of )oung people It would bo
committees are working t.nioutlilv
'lucre will bo u throne, and iitnplu room '"1 Mra. tieorgu Potter. Miss lmui
lor the palioiHWcs mid lookers-on, for lutiuca, .Mits j, iviiiiunniiun. missis
ihiilrs aro to ho placed along the room ICordlo and Agnes Walker, Miss Ida
nn ellher side. Many of tlio soilal set Kouko, Miss Hollo MrConlston, MissiK.
uie to weur elaboratu (ostuinos and AIImiii Jordan, C K. Iledeninnii, W.
Iheie Is a rhnnto for all who can payi1'"11'. Diuio Cartvvilght, Haiold Cuslle,
I ho pilio of ndliilslon In win n prise. HMianl Cooke, Paul Ironbcig, Sain
The expeiibos of the ball arc being kept Walkm. Charles Hailwell, (ieorgo Ful
down, fni thoKo Inleristed wish In l r. W Dickson, "Klmn" Keniiody, Al
inako as niucli moiioy as possible fur la" l'wrey, MiCuirlslon, ilmold (llf
llin l.e1Riie, and with the suppei iu'Iit'I. Mis. Klduhii, Mm Itodlelt, Mis
ihaiEii of Mr. Ifnrtsche Ihln lau b H'isi-ell, Mis. lichaefcr mid many olh
dnni, mid will On away with many pit- L,s
ly cxjienbes which always amount lo
mi much In the end. Tho lh.l nf i,it- Mist Hello Weight and Mrs Maiv
luuesses will bo published snnu Uvi iy t Ctunii aro uccup)lug tho milage lu Ibo
Monday evening tho committees meet Weight Kiounila on Niiuuiiii avenue,
mid discuss wuys uml iiieaus. Thn ball
will Ijci on tho evening of February IStli There was a grand tennis match la.it
und the committees aro as followo- Sunday at the Seaslds Hotel, the ofneem
lliilldlng, Mrs Holen Noonnn: Decora- of Camp McKlnloy agalnBt Mr. C W
lions, Miss llllta Nolle; Itefieslimculfi, (,'. Decilug, Mr. Haiold Castle, Mr
Mrs, Hurry Lewis; Costumes, Mib, Henry Maifarluuu. Major Uussell.
Tho aiipnluliuent nf Mlr.s llno Dav
sun as humane oifleer will moot with
the .iji'm nv.il nf ev ei) body. Sho Is cm-
jiueiiii) iiucci ioi mo pusi, ueiug a line
aiiluiil lover, mid witli a thorough
l.iiovvhilgo of their dbeabea. Woo.lo
the one who shall traiibgrezu tho hu
mane laws, with Mlsn Davlioii nt thu
'I ho marriage of Miss Helen Kitchen
mid Mr. Hubert AIIiIiimiii has aroused
niucli inteiest bore. Mr. and Mis. At'
klnsoii aro coming to Honolulu as soon
us slcam and roll ran hrini: them, to
Judge anil Mrs. Lindsay aie a;aln at
the Seaside Hotel, attei a trio lu the
Dr mid Mrs. McLs-miau am occupj
Inij Hr MiOrew'u iiitlugo on Ileretalila
Mri. I'aiko Is slowly recovering from
her illness. Mrs. Agues llassoii In with
Captain nnd Mrs. Slattery sailed In
Mlii Dorothy llaitwcll gate a pedio
lea on Thursda) In honor of Miss D.ig
mar Sorenson, who has rnentl) re
turned from Hoston, where she has
been Ettid) Ing iniiolc. Miss Helen Alex
ander won the first prize, a Chlnco
vase, mid Miss Tlllle Neumann watt
riven the tonsolatinn prize, n hioiizu
figuietto. Among thoso piobent vveie
Mrs Hrnebt Hoss, Mrs. Hrduian, .Mis.
tleoigo Cooke, Misses Alice Hcdcmauii,
Helen Alexander, Tlllle N iniin, Mil)
Klugel, Alice Thompson, i:is.i Scb.icfir,
Violet Damon, llernlio Ilartwell, Cou
Hlancc Hcstnrlik and nuiny othris.
Mr. Albert Along gnvo a very euc
lessful slag dinner last evening,
Tho beautiful Human fountain of the
I .oh icy maiixlnii has been the hi no
of more than ono emersion during soc
ial riiuitlons, Hut the lonihliiallou or
InclilentK absolutely fuiiii), fate saveil
foi the mooting or tho Sorl.il Sclinco
Club one evening thiu week
"I lie serious members of Hie Club
were deeply luvolud in the intricacies
of a splendid pauer h) Mi Alexander
vhen they were dlUuibed b) a ccuffle
and biubh. fining to tho ie.,euo they
fuiind that a lain miner and a hliaiiger
hud fallen Into Hie pool. u haiill)
imiio than wet his fed, as he Is very
ngllo. No onu's feelings weie hurt and
thn visitor was not badly dmiiponod
When Hie lollalliin was boived Ah
wiclaln Jmthe Hmtwoll was luaklug
his way aiross the loom evldeiitl)
dtipl) oiihiniiiril In tlio heavy thought
llisplied by ilm lM,m f , .tl.;
He wolloil not whither he went i,n,l
Into the pool he disappeared nu com
plelel) aa a hulmmci iiimlng nlf the
clllilo in thu Hotel Haths. o wet his
feel, his lund mid all Hint on Mm was.
Dr. lllnghani lifted no his laugh and
loaied The Assoilnla Jubtho was
fished out and his conferers of iho club
aided him in wringing the wet water
irom ins clotheB Dispositions wii
Iho tiansport Logan for Fori Loaven- not iiilned but thu dlgult) of the benih
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