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The Store that keeps the prices down
o or- o
Several Thousand Ynrils, in lengths ruiuiing unm 3 yards to
11 yards each; extra rjtinlity; we will plate ibis, lot on SALE be
Binning MONDAY MORN'Ntl
13r AT THE RIDICULOUS I'JlICr, OF I Of YARD
a The advantage ni huh iiuikc is mai
instead of a double sole, it 1ms n dou
ble foot, which doubles the wear, and
doubles its value.
PLAIN BLACK LISLE GAUZE,
Garter Top at ) pair
PLAIN WHITE LISLE GAUZE,
Garter Top !() pair
White Washable Skills
Beginning Monday Morning, Feb. 25lfi
We will offer our splendid assortment of WASHABLE
K BIG SAVING PRICES
All New unci Up-To-Date Styles; mndc of Linen, L.uwn,
Bordeaux Linen, Mudras, etc.
$1.25 Skints for . $.95
$1.50 . 1.15
$2.00 . 1.35
Z,2.o )t ff , I.Oo
$2.50 Skirts for
This opportunity should not be overlooked. It is t
clean saving on an urticle th.ut you will want ali summer.
lOe and ISc; none higher
EXTRAORDINARY VALUE IN
WHITE TABLE DAMASK
A new lot just oncned; a variety of
patterns; extra heavy; G4 inches
OUR PATTERN HATS
HAVE ARRIVED. DUE NOTICE
-WILL BE' GIVEN OF
The Store that keeps the prices down
THE NEW 11)07 MODELS Or
Spring Lingerie Waists
ATTRACTIVE IN DESIGN AND LOW IN TRICES.
Trctticr and daintier cffwls were never shown before; each
one a distinctive style, and values that will make an object for you
to RUY HOW.
3f AT $:.r( 2 styles, made of fine Mull and Lawn, fine
tucks, trimmed with very fine embroidery, or in double-thread
2"W AT $:t.75 2 stylrs, made of extra fine, sheer material,
trimmed with doublc-thiead Val. Lace and fine Embroidery.
IT MANY OTHER BEAUTIFUL MODELS, at prices ? 1.75
$5.75 90.00 and upward.
The close-fitting Bint-Supporting
Corset Cover. A new lot just open
ed; sizes 34 to 42.
Price 50c each
New Driving Gloves
The real cape, Meyers Make, the kind ihnt wears; nil sines, f
5 3-4 to 7 3-4. Sj1.75 PAIR.
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HOME TALK I
friends rimii dropping in, but lie-fill- Kltzccralil
fashion during tho.
lie strict!) the
A lrettj lit tin dinner wan Riven
li) Sir anil Mrs Illclianl hers at
tliclr tomfnrlnblc new icshlencn in
.Manna Valley on Salmil.i' evening In
honor of Mr. Doughm Alcflrydc.
ami, alter U10 sport, took
to supper ut tho University
TI10 beautiful cllnncr which Airs.
William A cry gave uts the Mnaiui
Hotel on 8unda evening vviih nt
tenclcil hy fourteen guest t. I'lnl. Ill
lea forming a bed -i tin- . !' 1 of
the tablo were Hanked 1 sllm imi
illw with pink nhailo If i'ir ihalr
ferns mirroumlrit the II' m an I t'le
(fleet wan most .ulhtk HaiU
pal n toil place-cartlB with a iluk ji
in the orner wern nt each nlate Mr.
Avery worn a loely frock of whltn
inotibbclalne ile tole over llliert) Kitln
uinl thu torn lies of pink and I1I110
weio effettho. AlrH. tieorRo Macfnr
lane wan In a hluck-xpanKlcil late,
one of the fumoiix I'ailn Imposition
frocks. Urn. .lames Wllrior waa In
lilack lain ocr white .Mrs. llmn
l.hris wore hlack-p.inKleil net. MltH
Nannie Winston, in jellow with
touches of hlnik, anil tin A. (i.
Iluncs, In white llherty Katlu em
pire, completed the feminine (onttn-Bcm-J
After dinner Mrs. (iiorfic Macfar
lano b.i 11 k delightfully In the draw-IiiR-room
and Liter In the uvuilng
the B'lcsta lepalred tti Mm Aury'u
KlttlnR-room, mid leaving al twrtwi
o'clock. The Hut was an followa:
Col. (ieori?e Mncfarlaue and Mrs.
Macfnrlaue, Mr and Mrs .lamea Wil
der, Doctor and Mra. K II llumphrlH,
Mr. and Mm, A. O. Hawos Jr., Mlu
Nannie Winston, Lieutenant Kpple,
U. 8. A.: Captain Humphrey, Mr.
Douglas Millrjdo, and Mr. ltlchard
Hcnolulu will he unite lonely this
cummer, for It aeenia au If more peo
plu than iibual wcro lllttinB away.
The Humplirls are leaving next
month for six montha. The I'm-
bournes expect to remain away for
eight months. The l,anrdu, much to
cverjhody'B regret, may go for good
Tho 1'jtonn, leaving mi suddenly,
bnvo illvapiiolnted tliclr friends, who
expected them to remain for scial
weoka longer. Mis. (S. Itodlek will
lirobably Ball for thu Coast hhiii MIhu
TIIIlo Neumann, already depaited, In peaing,ln all, lesperla iiultn au fait.
iniicn iiiihjuii. iit .ieaiu nuiiiiiijii, Aiiiongllin giicslB wero MessrH. A I
expects to go tn Han 1 rancisco in (,iiniiliell, Jean fampliell, llnhert
March. Mr. DoiiglaB Mci)rdii will Hhlngle aiidlrcd. Angus,
nifiid the Btiminnr nluond, and hov-' '
fral of tho Cooks, Alhelloiis and Al ) In honor of the hlrthda) of I'rlnco
oxamlers am planning 10 summer inuawu Kawauatial.oa, Mr and Mrs
foreign lands. It is an unwritten w. Case-Deerlng entorlalned nt
trees and all that Mill of thing iudorncd the icnler of thu tnhln and
dainty haud-palnled hutterlll
abln and .
and a great relief, I am hiiic. In many . 1'rlntes.t Kawananakoa, Doctor and The afternoon u.m ghen In honor of
hosteHcH whuv wish to relax, rest, Mrs. I' II. Humplirls, Mr. and Mro, .Ml'is Hal tun
lead, and he flee from all formal oh- A. O. Ilawes ,Ir, MIhh .Moiilgomery, ill Among the gucslH wero .Mrs. Kun-
llgatlotiH All this iIoch not prevent .tstnuiKcr from utiro.nl ; and Doctor 1 mdy. Mih Ceorgn llentou, Mch. Wll-
r large bowl of roscw.l.iid llroun, Mm. M. I'hllllpri, Mrv.
Wii 1 1. ue l',inluglon, Tvlis. Ornioud
Wall. Mih John Walerhoime, Mm.
tho place-canls. After dinner the
guests wem entertained lij iiiuslc In
the DceringB' nparlniento.
Mis. .lames Wilder, the children
and Kicnch maid hae gone to the
Volcano House for two wcekH. Mrs.
Among those asked to meet him were' Wilder will bo greatlj missed, as her, tho Due d'Abnuzl and J'llucesM Hie
Misses .lessin iMiiiriiian unit Marlon informal ontertalnmeulB worn alwajs',,,.,
ainu nnu Air. KiLiinru wriRiil. All- njoable. Mr. Wilder la at tho
er tho dinner. Mr Mellrjde moloicdl,Caeh villa. Mrs. Oetilt Wilder Is
till! glleslB to the Hatha on Hotel . iilnu-lv leiiiieiliiir fuini lmr n.ient . 1
Illness. She Htlll tnes a crutch, hut ncgio. 11 ml who died, so It Is told,
her friends uru hoping thin will boon
he diseardeit. Mr. 'llcrrlt Wilder ex
pected to go lo thu Volcano llou'a!
1 lofTliiii 11 11 Mrs Unwind, Mia. Ilrash,
.Mrs Loeklnud. .Mih, Italhleiul. Mrs.
Ilenuer, Mrs Hwnlii, Mrs. Charles
Wilder, Mr Whllnoy, Mrs. Alwntcr,
Miss CiHik, AllhH lloffer, Mrs. Weluter.
The engagement Is announced of
the only iTaughtcr of the King of
Seivla, whoso mother was tho eldest
daughter of I'llucu Nicholas of Moll-
Mr and Mis. It. N. I'alon sailed Intuitu I1I11 sister-in-law. but wiih 1111
ilie Ameilca Main for India via Hong
Kong. After spending i.nvcral months
at the Moana Hotel, the Tatous took
their dcpartino lather suddenly, do
ing recalled by tho Illness of Mr
I'aton's biother In Caliulta. They
held a legular leiuptlou on tho
wharf, for many Irlends saw them
off, and they weie hulled In llowerH
nnd lets. "Williams," (ho faithful
ninfd, was not foi gotten, and sliu
smiled hiiiplly over her IIowcib. Thu
I'atons have entertained extensively
and also been much dined and win
ed. On Saturday they gao a dinner
wlilih Included Mis. W. II, Avery,
Mr. and Aim (' W. Caso-Deerlug,
ex-Governor t'legliorn, mid ,Mr. Clif
ford Kimball. I ted was tlip color
ihosen for the table decoptlouu. .
Air (Icoige LyriirgUH wmh tiomI of
a joii) Hint it at t lit- Union drill on
Wednesday In one of II111 private din-lug-room
Teals of laughter lent
the air when the lid was taken off
the plcio do leslsteuie, and tho wall
eyed hunny lumped out and linmedl-
alely began siilllliig Hie butter, up
was imieli fetiil.'lllH attention to sev
eral local belles in.ule I1I111 prnuilueut
(Ut Inlcrest lo 111. 110 Houotiilaim Is
the following clipping:
While Intending to leave for Paris
on the aunlieiimry of the earthitiake,
Raphael Weill, the philanthropist,
lucrch.int and clubman, has had plans
prepared for thu rebuilding of tho
White IIoiik! on 11 new site and on a
linger scale than uvor. Weill lias se
LUied a no-Mira lot on the northwest
corner of Hotter street and Oiant
avenue and will erect 11 four-story
building, extending from tho corner
to the site of the old market on Kill
ler slieet. lie will theinfoio havo .1
laiger establlslnuflnt than In the old
liltn Hoiihu ut the corner of I'osI
nnd Kearny streets.
On Apill 18, tho unnlversaiy of H111
aithiuake, Weill will leave tills clly
liig by All's llellboiu, .Mm. licorgo.ngir ot lliu Honolulu iiriineii 01 inu in
Martin, Mrs. Howard and Aim. Ilur-jkohanm Specie Dank, reipieRt the pleas
ilck. . Ilnlli ptognsslvn jieifm nnd urn of jour company at a icreptlou glv-
lirldge weie nlajcd. Iln'lcloiis puneli
Himnvnid thioiinhniil thivevenlug and
.Mr Hi nest K'liil and his Orchestra de
lighted the guests b their liiur.b'.
Among otheis who sang delighlfu'l)
were, Mis. .1. Cohen and Mrs. Cruuo.
Aliss Dajlon and Mr. Alanpils plaM-,1
Hi- piano and mandolin ino-,t acccpi
hlils A supper wan i.cred and tl'"
gucsta dallied until n lab' hour. Mrt.
llobesou la nu Impoilnnt member of
,lbe HiiHleiu Star, having been 'ortli
Million. She exjs'its lo sail In thr
Alameda for New- York and will lake
lin Oilcntnl trip heroic ictiiiulug to
Honolulu. Among thu. guests on
lliiuml.iy evening were:
Mui. J. Cowou, Airs, (I, Sonic, Air.
AhffH, Mm Aim j Wilght. Alts. C.-olt
en lo Admluil Tomloka and the olllccrt
of Ilie .lajuncre tlect, at tho Japancsn
Coiisulntu (leneral, formerly Progress
Hall, on Saturday even I ns, thu :3rd
lust, ut 8 o'clock. Dancing.
Col. (ieorge Alaclarlauc was Hie host
of .1 stag dinner on Mouthy evening
at hlu residence at Walkikl.
A 1I1. inning luncheon nan given 011
IhiiiHil.o for Airs. (Irohsmau by Airs.
Alauule I'hllllps. The table was ex
ipili'llclv decorated with violets, rosea
mid iiialilcnli.il! and thu dainty place
. I it (nan I ! ( tiljt UiirlU it H fi lt 1
1rj (rutin l1',,' 'i' iin-"i "imiii
,i,. I'lillllps, a pretl) woman, vv.ui diessed
in einhioideied I icnch linen. Anions
line guests wcio .irs. a. Tiuiei,
of liersonovvH and anxieties when her
little gl'il vvuh but six .veais old I'rlu
less i;icna is a daik-o,ved, Intel eating
gill of some 21 niiiimciH, u ipilet stu-
able to do so on account of Illness. eui, ami vvno lias spent a good ileal lor an exteuilri visit to rails. Weill
liotli Mr. and Mis (Jerrlt Wilder ex- "' ',rr """' dining thu last fuvy yira has won Hie commendation of .ill pin
pect lo take a trip abroad very w"'' ,u'r aunt, the IJueen ot Italy, ' pie In this clly who appreciate nuo.i-
Mis. l-'axou lllshop, .Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
.win ut'i iiiiui, urn fueru in iii,., ine in hub iny win, npiiieciaio lino.
I the Klena after whom uhe was iiaui-l tentallous cbiirlty by his benufactlous
d, and not a little Mhomhles. It was to icfugees following Hie cinthiunl.c.
The potlralt of ex-l'n'sideut San- dining one of her visits lo the Italian
fold II Dole, pal n led by Mateo San- Coint Hint I'iIiicish ICIcna .met tho
dona. Is on view at thu I'lomotlon Due d'Alu uz.l for thu Hist limn, and
looms, Thu frame is intbur a dl8np-nltlioiigli the hetiothal was deserllicd
Holiitiiieiit, nnd llicieby IningH a tale. 'in tho beginning ns one of atiange
Two frames were ordereil mouths iigiiiiiient, It has slnie hocomn one of nut
and, strangely enough, both wenj tuul iittaehment, Tho Duo d'Alnuzl,
burned Just before shipping horn. Ilkn tho Count of Turin, Ib u very le
Ono perished In tlio Sun Kranclsiu inaikablu )oung man, a globe-Hotter
disasler and one was burned in New with alnuii ho has riossril thu Hiiun
Voik. Tho present fiamo wus made lor, and climbed Ihn peaks of Alaska;
In Honolulu and vylll answer thu pur- him been (bo "flif.t who over bin nt
pom for tho tjmo belngr Tho por-'lnto thu Silent Kens" In lerlalu
trait Is dono In a manli'ily manner j 'nuts of tho l'',irtlivl North! has
and Is nil exielleut likeness of tho dabbled In sclent c, is a keen nporls
dlstlugulsheil Hawaiian.' It 'will man, inure parllcuhiily known lo ii'i
bo hung In the IJxceiillvu
an n 'iielitlug man, and has ImlHleil
his lining Hug nt Covves nnd on Hie
Clyde many a tliuu before, now. Ills
Alia. Chillies Alhortou was hostess own life, like that of Ills lulile, began
oi a voiy dollghtfu (lye-hundred par
ly on Tuesday afternoon at her ipbI
ileniii In Collegn Hills, Alls, Ken
liedy leielved lliu Hist prlro, wlilih
was a cup nnd sauter for ihoinlate
Airs, Whitney whs given Ihn seioud
prize, n hand-palnleil eanl-ieielver, raid lo liuvu
and Ilie conbohitlon prUn, a vasu, nilnd, so also the poor Mitrlo Vlitolio
w.ih won liy Miss llniton. of Spain, when her son wiih but four
The house was liinfuselv decoraleil ' veniH hixniliuil line lint, nml he. Ilka
J with roses and purple wisteria, aiiiilils futuro bride, wan broilBht up by
Among these will he leineuibeied es
pecially his gift of one thousand loin
pletQ outllts of i lollies lo one thou
tiinil dcseiving women seledetl by va
itous charitable organizations of this
In recognition of Weill's eh.iiltablu
endeavor, us shown In this nml many
other ails not heinlded In publb',
Widll wiih pieseulrd with u loving
tup h)' Ihn piopln of this Ity, Among
his friends the opinion is oxpicsbcd
, that Weill may wvl) look forward In
i onio ilccoinliou fioiu Hie rreiirb
(ioverumeul, .which followH with nu
uppreclalhu eje thu ntllons of distiu
gulsbed clllzeus In foielgu lands. It
Is the hope of tbetu fi lends th.it Weill
may be deiointed while In Paris with
the cioss of thu l.eglon of Honor.
Mrs, Nellie Itobeton of Denver, Col
orado, who Is n guest at the Alexander
young, entertained nt uinls on Thurd
day evening In honor of the Two I'asl-
nu Slur LodgcM. ,mi i) itoiieKon was
pxiulsllnly nailed u a Davlron no
u' I ''!u, ' "i ::' mmmi Mrs. (inubaiun, Miss Nnnnlo Winston.
alt') Olllll 4lOi 111 lllltlhVI !. 1! -
lliiius. Airs. Ileilly, Mr C. A. Drown.
Air. Flunk Thompson, Air. Mink ltoli
llisou. Mr Helueike. t'aiit. S. Jolinsloil.
Mr. Perkins. Miss Knlvdld Jones, -AIImi
(iieeg. )r MneDoiialil, Aliu Clil. I.lv- 7.
Ingstou, Ceu Williams and wife, Capl Z
l,,.,.l .....I m. It.. .....t 11...... I
1'Vlll tllKI Will ,'Hll Jlltlll UlllVIU.
On Tuesday evening Aliss Ionls-!
Ceiaid culeilalueil nt dinner ut 111"
1 Kliimp resident u on Thurston avenue.
I Tint table deioiatlous weio 111 led, and
i the dinner giiesls Included Mrs. Jewell,
Miss Katjdld Jones, Aliss Jessie Kauf
I man, Aliss Waterman, Captain .Hum
lldiiey. Ideal. Case, Mr. Walernmn, Air.
Ilaiold Dillingham and Air. Hoberls.
i 'llieie was a piclly Utile dinner nt
Mho Ilrltlsh Coiisulalo on ThurMlay
evening lij .Mr. and Alls. LaypM, who
uiu gieitl fa vol Ilea licit-, for Air. and
Mrs. W Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. tawliin.
I Drain and Mr. and Alls. A 0. Inweu
Ji Air nnd Airs. Iianl expect to
I lake a trip to Hiiglaud and will prob
lahly fall i- .Mni'ili.
In honoi of Mm. I', (!, McNeill, Alls.
Waller llnrfumuii gave mi ufleinoou
ttti4"ff t t
Yestenlay dawned clear and bright
a jut feci day for tho Floral Parade,
whli li has engrossed over) body for
weeks, either pcisuunlly or by pioxy,
Krom beginning to end the affair, moat
clabointc nnd (omjlllcate.7, was carletl
out jiRifccMy hy those who had thu
vast undei Inking In charge. Thu final
iilait was madn piomptly at leu and u
grand sight II was, A feature of the
parade war, the icvluvvliig of thu juti
tciadou by Her Alnjesty, tho X'uccn,
who occupied mi enclosul platform fyy
the gate ut Washington Place, accom
panied hy PilncefH Kawananakna and
I'liucess Kalauhimiole,, This wait pai
llcularly Inlerehllng and uioused great
inthusliisui, Thu bioclists ttsilc thu
, lead III tho gland profession and made
In a Btoimy era, for ho was son of
Iho then Klng'of Bpulli and his wife,
Queen AInrlo Vlelolrn, who wmti fine
til lo abdicate thu Spanish thnmn and
letuiu in their niitlvu Savoy. As thu
urolhcr of PilnresH I'leua uf Kervla Is
.l.l .... .,!..! ..' ' . 7. t. .
Ilicp liuill iiinuunn ill li)ll III Wllllfl I'llllirilll CICll IllOUSlie
Inluo tie t'olo over sJdu and this was
fillther einbiilllshrd liy Hmplie winatln
or pain limn mid p.Hn mauve appliipio
inffeo on Monday at her nietty villa a imlnuo showing. They certainly lodi
They were as foi-
Hluo tullo joseb trlmmrd Uid bodice
nnd Mrs nnheson woro a wre.-jjli of
pale iinuve oiehlds on her head, lluu
thnngeil during tho summer monthi,, Moana Hotel. Tho guests Included sandwiches, coffee, cttko nml Ices. Tlio Due la well kuowu hem andioiiuite. Sim was unaluc 1 It iucJlv.V
dllR)itful hour was Bpout Ul3ciit--iia grandparents and near rolatlons.
law now that formal callB are not ex- dinner on Wednesday uvunlng at thu ting tho delliloua refreshments of Thu (lentltiwouian
in I. Illha slieet. There was some du
llghtful music and Iho dainty icliesli
incuts wero much enjoyed. Among
Hume piei.ent weie Air. and Alls, I)
llowaid Hltchioek, Mr, and Alls. Phil-
tli llikflrrfi Hlku Alum Tn Imi Mij
Selniu Kluuev. mih. D.iColu.' Mis!! l ""'''"'i " "'''Ho and blim.
,1 'lei re JoneH, .Miss Harris, Miss I'll::
.H'eniy, Mlsn Mary HiiiImiiIi, .Mrs. W
I II Honor, Air. and Mis. Al, II. (Iialiam,
I Mrs, I'icil Wiiudeubi'ig, Mis. Du llul
lliliil Airs W A AlacNelll
The following Invitation has In'en
iasiiit; "Ills Impeilnl Japaneso AlaJ-
esty'H Consul (iciifinl, the Japaneso
Mjirtluintb' Assuclitlluu and tho mint-
well nnd rnpldly.
Win. Harris,, Mj i Ho colors.
ftliur Ilinigh, punipkln (lower,
Chas, (Illlllaud nnd J. ItodrlguiM,
King Ho, lavender and pink.
Ivun (iraham, Cosmos. $
J, II. Freltas, Dieadnuught,
Cm I A. O.ss, blue fancy costumo.
Cjill Damon, Ka Puiuihou.
Itthor Haugh, Stars and Stripes.
Max Dolto, Magenta.
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