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nvrNiNo tinxnTiN, iionomjlu, t. h, Saturday. VTAl 1. 1908.
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PRICES SMASHED, COST NOT CONSIDERED. SALE BEGINS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3d
" Broken Lots of
Lisle Thread Gloves
00c quality 35
75c quality 40c'
$1.00 quality GOi
Two-button length, in colors, White,
Grey, and Black. f
55e nualitv ... 2(1 n nair '
40o quality .... 25 a pair $1-50 quality S5t'
COc and C5o quality . . . '15 a pair $2.00 quality 05,
WTf TAKE in inventory of our goods every year at this time. It shows
V V xj this year, that there is, in every department, a line of overstocked goods,
Wc must keep these goods moving. ''And we need the room they take up: So wc
offer them to you bclov cost price that's our way of doing it, and it's also your
opportunity. Just read the prices. M' "
All Wool, Double Width; White,
Gocd Patterns; Fast Colors. j If aw. Blue, Grey, nnd Black
15c and lG2-3c quality at 10 yd. 75e qtiaUy .... 55 a yd
Odd Lots of Curtains
Sng!crirs one pair of every pat
tern ani sivi''
AHABIAN APrUQUE NET CUR.
TAINS. 3 vard3 long, $4.00 quality,
3U.50 a pair.
ARABIAN H0TTWOHAM CUR
TAINS 3 1-2 yard long, $4.00 qual
ity. $2.50 a nair.
IHISH POINT APPLIQUE in white,
long, $7.50 quality,
EXTRA FINE WHITE
SG.OO quality S3.50 a pair
55.50 quality S3.00 a pair
S1.25 quality $ .00 a pair
$ .75 quality $ .50 a pair
Dotted Swiss Curtains
$1 50 quality $.95
White and Cream Satin Duchess,
$2.50 quality $1.90 a yd.
ite Fall Silk
$1.50 quality 90 a yd
PEAU DE CYQNE
All Silk; colors: Grey, Green, Tan, and Heliotrope,
$1.00 quality G5 A,yd.
WHITE DRESS SKIRTS
of Fine White Lawn, nicely -made,
$2.00 value, at $1.10
CLOTH SHOULDER CAPES
NAVY BLUE AND RED
$2.25 quality 05 each
See Our Window-Display
Corner Fort and Beretania
See Our Window
iwwwrf' AtngzatfJ iraM
CfJVEItYUOUY is anticipating
jy the ball to be given nt tlio
at tlio dinner given b Doctor nnd
Mis K H. Humphils on Mondnv I
Vnlvcisity Club nn the even- etenmg nt tile Ahiin.i Hot. I The
lug of Feb. unry Till Tliu Buests Incluiled Prince and Princess
spacious lunals of the lln I Kuwimanakoa, Ctd and .Mm. 3. Par-'
wallan Hotel will bo called UT- Mr- and Mis Newjll. Mr and
REAL REVEL OF ART
into requisition, and a bridge Is to
tonnect tho hotel and club-houso.
The decorations are In tlio hands of
tho most artistic men In town, nnd
Hurry Macfnrlanu will also lead his
unerring taste for tho occasion,
'lheie will not bo a cotillon tlilH o.ir
nnd everybody Is drawing :i High of
lollof. Only a limited number can
danco. nnd the men will have to
draw. Generally tho Rood dancers
are left out nnd the floor possessed
by odds and ends fiom nny where.
This Is all tery well to wntch but
latbor sad for the piclt girls nnd
Jolly Children's Party
Children's parties aro alwa a Joy
to watch, especially In our delight
ful clime, where outdoor lito and In
formality reign supremo. And tho
garden-par Jlven by Mrs. Wntor
bouse on Saturday at the Damon
place at Old A alklkl, In honor of
the birthdays ofVKrederle and Lliia
leth, was an vmsually agreeable
one. The setting U perfect, from tho
tea In the distance to the venornble
old hau trees, under whose shelter
ing brunches Is a summer house. Tliu
table for Tho children was n.itmo's
lawn, nnd nearly Bevenly happy chll
Cren wero seated on the grass, when
from a revolving table was berved
the dellcaclos which children love.
Two cakes with candles weie lighted
bnd Frederick and Elizabeth bleu
tbem out. Tea wa3 served tho ma
mas and friends under the hau tree,
t.nd then games und sports weio tho
order of the lioui. Each child was
given a souvenir of tho occasion. Mrs.
atei house was assisted by several
Ji lends In her pleasing duties, lloth
Doctor and Mrs. Wutorhouso have
eea at Walklkl several weeks.
Jtrs. Swartzv's Tea
Mrs. Howes. Jr . Mr N S RUe The
guests played bridge after dinner
and they were Joined bv His Lord
phlp Illshop da Sllvn and Doctor Rl
sal. Bishop da Silva Entertained
The dinner which Mr and Mi
Cunhn gavo on Tuesda In honor or
Ills Lordship Illshop da Sllva was u
moat cl.iliointo and beautiful affal"
Red carnation lols.wcio artUtlcnlh
placed upon the table, nnd In tli.
tenter a large silver urn held hun
dreds of tho crimson bloaioint, Small
I (its of m.ildcnhulr feins were gioup
cd around tho centerpiece and a
crimson light ohono softly over the
loom Larco bunches of greens fur
ther decorated tho cornel a of t i
npartment, and tlio place-cards und
menus were hand-painted, one snigl.
tarnation making n pietty offett The
guests Included, besides the dl tin
finished visitor, Prince and Princes
kawananakoj, Col and Mrs S P.n
ker, Doctor mid Mrs Harry Murrny,
Count do S Cannvarro, Illshop Li
bert. Pather Vulcntln, Mr and Mis
U Lucas, Mr lleynolds. Ilr. GrlQlthB,
Mr. Albeit Cunha After dinner tho
guests pljyoJ bildge.
Dinner to "Jack"
A most successful and elaborate
dinner was given at the Young hoti i
on Tucbday night In the pilvate dining
loom by Mr. Nclbon S. Rt!e, In honor
of Mr. "Jack" Atkinson There wero
of eourso, nnny piuctlcal Jokes pl.icj
en 'our Jack," the poitialt dHpliiM '
In tho morning papei "Jack" Aikln
ion for Mayor, oceupjliu? a inu'-jlnem
position In the decoi.ui.i hdnTi
"Jack KniiH h.iim-h i ' ..ml J.ic'ii f-i
Mn)or," iuic dli-i! .veil i tmph unii'l
Cllni" i oirn.tlui i.nl iMililinl.il
feniH tirr laMih nwl, ami tin
artistic iihee cards and minus wen
etchings In black and white. Mill
laturc llMw.tll.in lmtt. KourdH, inlcml-
f Among tho festhltlca of tho weoklnrs and cinoon wero given n houvo-
Tas the tea given by Mm. Tranclu
Swunzy on Monday afternoon. Tho
large tablo In tho dining-room, dnln-
,tlly bet with Blher, ohln.'i, und glass,
und oruaraonted with nasturtiums of
luro. Mrs. Swjnzy looked oxceed
tijsly well (n a line, white, liund-em-broldored
frock. Little tables set
on tho lanal wero blight with tho
tame long blossoms which adorned ,
nlrs (if n dellKhtful onnlng Tho din
ner was a creation of chef Chovallor's
bklll and tlio manv delicious dlshct.
wero well sorved. Drldge occupied tho
attention of tin gin sis during the
evening. They Included, besides tho
guest of honor, Mr. Atkinson, Mr. nnd
Mi-h A M Hi own. Mi and Mis
George Potter, Dr. ami Mis l II
Humphils, Mru. R Atkinson, the
Misses Winston, Mr. Itleh.ud Wright.
tho dining-room, 'ilioso who uuslst- jlc Mttlket-Place
ed Mrs. Swanzy woro Mrs. Goodalc, I All immcnio assembly occupied the
Mrs. Laura Wight and Mrs. IIuwcs, ' old Market placo nu Wednesday af
Jr. Thoso piesent Included Mrs. S. tcrnoon In honor of the birthday of
M. Damon. Mis. Kdward Damon, Mrs. probldoiit McKInloy, and to listen to
McKlnnon. Mis. Mist, Mrs. Horton, ' tho program which had been pro-
Miss Horton, Mrs. Mcdrow, Miss An
na Paris, Mm. Simpson, a guest of
tho Moana Hotel; Mrs. Harndon,
Mrs. Allan Whlto, Mrs. J. O. Cartor,
Miss Carter, Mrs. Vox, Mrs. Cum
mlngs, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. A 1 Judd,
Mrs. It Atkinson, Mrs Mcllryde,
Mrs. Androw ruller, Mrs. Honry Mac
farlane. Mrs. J. II Atherlon, Mts.
Richards, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Hosmer,
Mrs. M. Walker, Mrs. James Wilder,
Mrs. A. Lindsay. I
A large oblong bed of plnl: carna-
pared under tho dlicctlon of tho Kilo
huuu Ait League by tho City Im
proomont Circle. Flags, luuiieiK and
greens literally trnnsfoimod tho plnco
Into nn artistic gauleu of tho
ponplo. A committee of 1 idloa und
gentlomcii met tho guosts at tho en
trance and they wore Scciotary and
R i. . . . Ufa ' v 'Vs,t t v suim
?KTii '-j":" "V.rM Vr-J,fc iTrefrli TtaV 1 "Kr f9Gm
in entering their mnchlncH nnd dec
orating them. Hut perhaps the
trangers will be more interested In
ho large assembly of old-time pu-u
Idois. In tho dajs of the monarchy
he pa-u riders cumo out In foice, es-
iiitS. HAY M1I wil
I'.mli line bun ictdted .1-, 1 1 1 11 11, in ltril to attend a
recoptlun nt the Kllonana Ait .ia,;uc .uiiu, 011 Monday ovoiilng, I'eb
iuiu thi thlnl, at liilf-iM'l . igul o 1 K, In il.. n chlbltloii of Jow
clr) dc Ii..'il 1 M.i Mutt Slinlh (' n nli- ' 'n unl . ( cillec tipn of paint
mg'j nnd 1 1 ifi v im k li. well- lownaul i, 1 .1 li 1 iun. lationsscs;
Jlis. K I'ioar, Mrs. denize t'ltiloi, II, s. 1 .M Swunzy, Mis Gerilt
Wilder, Mi II M. von Holt Mis I Mini r'n.iih, Mis C. II. Cooper,
Mis. A. G IIuwcs. Ji., Mis .1. P. Cioke M n W It. Drlnckurholf.
MrB A II Tucker. Mrs E I Spnll ' 1 -1 1 nest the a t audience with tmtl
ing Miss Alice SnaldriK Miss Lhai
lotto Hall, MIbs Codle Cardui MUs
Anna Tucker, Mrs A O llaa'cs, ,1; .
Mr and Mm. D Howanl Hitchcock,
The largo and spacious mo ever bright, mako a sight which
dining loom with Us bow-wluduu
f.lU I Willi choice maidenhair lerim, lb
dellghtfull) cool and reft falling. The
table was one iiiiihs of tho glowing
tai nations, and pots of the maldPiihali
I weie most effective! placed. Mrt
Parker handtomelv gowned, was
gracious hostess and o cry body know
1 what a prlnco of good fellows Mi
I Parker Is. Ilrldgu was pl.ijcd durlu
I tho evening mid tlio gucbts liicludeu
I besides RlBhup il.i Silva, i'llnco and
Princess Kuwanatinkoa, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Cunha, Dr. and Mrs. Murray, Mr. nnd
Mrs. II Lewis, l)r. nnd Mrs. 1' II
Humphrls, Mrs, A. Schmidt, Mr. Ncl
son S. Riley, Mr. William Williamson
A charming buffet supper was glU'ii
bv Mr. und Mrs. Prederlc Lowiey at
their beautiful residence on tliu cor
ner of Lunulllo mid Vlctoiia streets.
on Tuesday evening. Little tablcB on
iho largo lanal, softly lighted by Bli.nl
j id electric lamp3, woro decorated with
j ioi-.oj. Tho giiobts Included Govcrnoi
und Mrs. Prear, Mr. and Mrs. B. V.
Dillingham, Mrs. James Castle, Mr
and Mrs Allan White, Dr. and Mrs
1 Drlnckcrhoff, Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. L, Marx.
Mrs. Hosmer, Judge and Mrs. Seidell
I Kingsbury, Miss Peck, Mr. W. R. Cas
I tie, Mr. Gcorgo Castle, Mr. V. D. Low
ley. Simpsons as Hosts
! Mr. und Mrs. Simpson, who l:ae
j been guests at the Moana hotel for the
past two months, entci tallied at
I luncheon on Thuisday. Twoho covers
encircled tho round table, which wat
exquisitely decorated with crimson
carnations and green asparagus lnos.
Aftei luncheon the guest rcpalitd to
the drawing room, whero Mis. Hum
phils most chiur.iingly lecltcd. Amoug
i'ioso present weie M Francis Swan
Mrs. Ctimuilngs, Mis. Cox, Mis
IiumphrlB Paj master and Mrs.
Proko, Miss Maila lliooko. Mrs. Cleg
Inn. 1 Mir Hav.es, Jr., Gou'iuor Cleg
horn. Mr. ami Mis. Sliupnuii, Mi
Cot and Mrs Cunimlugs hnc gono ti
Hale 1. a hotel to lemaln until Mnu
day, when they will Join tho Moana
hotel colony at the Alexander Young.
Unquestionably the annual Ploral
I'aiado on Washington's birthday is
tho lncift billlluut specluclo and the
gicntcst bocl.il event or the je.ir. It
brings bad. to the mlud of the lu
nianlnu tho npeitaeular days of tlio
old niunuich). This event Is cntoicd
Into by tho society peoplo of tho Isl
undj with giout eiitliuslasm nnd tho
cntortulnlng of the paradois by tho
dllfurout clubs hikt ear sine It ocu
A Knight. Miss O Knight. Mm. A.
t.innot bo suipassed. I McPheo, Mr I' Philips, Mr. Alan, Mlai
This car theio 1110 sevei.il utr.m- Kuulel Ilertlciuaii and Miss Clara Her-
gciM from the mainland heie nnd It' tlemiii, .Mi. Ml, Miss L. Lemon, Mlm
Is Imped that the) may bo ltiteicsted I'ook Tnl, Miss Maria Vlctoi, Mr. T.
Kalawnla, Mis. M Cok. Mis. M. Col
bum, .Miss A. Colliurn, Mrs. L. Ah).
Mr. S. Wong, .Mr. Charles Akaii. Mrs.
Ilalley, Mrs. Manuel Richards. Mr. O.
Harriet, Mrs. Knmnll, Mrs. Henry Hu-
pal, Mr lieu Houghtalllng, Miss KHz-
.iccliilly on Satunlay afternoons, to nlietli Hanhco, Miss V. AI1111111, Mls
ide 6n tho old WnlUlkl road'nnd at
tend the band conceits given In thoso
ilajs In Kiuma Squaio. This custom
tins fallen Into disuse of recent years
and only through the efforts of the
l'lornl I'aiado Committee has this
plctuiesquc custom been ievled. It
Is not n ieIal of n barbaric dls-
. play, but a pretty custom that np-
peal3 to tho Kamanlnn as well nu to
me nil linger.
At it meeting of thp commltteo In
tharge of tho ball to bo given by Aloha
Teninlo. Ancient Arabic Order 'Nobles
(if tho Mstle Shrlue, hold jesterday ton' JIr- u'"ld Anderson, Mr. Cllt-
afternoon, It was definitely decided
that tho ball bo glen on February 21,
1D0S, tho ovo of Wushlngton's birth
da, at the Moana hotel. Arrange
ments havo been ni.ido go that the
popular hostelry will ho entirely in
tho hands of tho Shrlnors and their
guests on that evening. This ball,
from the activity and energy of tho
Mr. und Mis W. M Graham, wl.o
greeted all coiueis and 1 villained the'
object of iho occasion In a very lucid1
liianni 1 A lirge stage at Its nuk.il
ond hi Id the school children of tho I
'ions vo bl(,n ngardlnc the Market
pine for u town hall Tho omlKnto
wiiii ltd i nnit(in cuiispliuimlv ills
Playod, soomod much cntoitnluod byigientur hoclnl distinction tliiiu it hud
1. ' 11. a. I hi ti 1 11 ion. A picnic ot iho I L'cfoic.
Piesldent was displayed, ornanoutedl It Is un iichlovouicnt Hint ohiniM
with icd en,' tlon lets Allhough ! bo world known. The Maidl (Iras
Mis. W. M (it.iham, with becoming
liiodeBly, doea not wish her name
Mrs I: A Mott Smith, Mrs. Mott-1 di.
Smith Cunningham, ox Govornor A.
S. Cleghorn, Mr. and Mrs. 11. F
Dillingham, Mr. nnd Mis. W. W. Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. S M. Rallou, Dr. and
Mis. Gcorgo Augur, Mls Annlo Parko,
Mrs. L. Abrnms, Mrs Wultor Coombs,
tions and greens adorned tho tablo Mrs. C. llooth, Mis. L. G. Marshall,
Kiitiilaiil. llo.Mil and Kaahunianu , conspicuous! mentioned, ct
schools, and their stirring chorines' only due thul ihe publlo ut
wero inucli enjoyed. At tho entrance should know that through hor offoits
the iiffnlr was plaunoil nnd cairled
thioush so successfully. 8I10 pos
sesses wondeiful evccutlvo ability,
und has the meessar energy und
bruins to carry out what alio under
takes. Mr. MaiBlon Ouiupbell piosld
ed moit ably That the Market Placo
can bo kept foi 11 Town Hull Is tlio
w lull or nearly ( vorybndy
Parkers Honor Bishop
Among the many dinners given for
Illshop da Sllvn this week that of tho
11 huge hanking of tho glorious
branches of the muuvo paingctta weio
much (oiiiiiii utud upon. Tho decora-!
tluns weie In the hands of Sister Gei '
trii'Io Mrs 1. Abi inis, Mrs. C. Hooth.
Miss C. Garden. Thoic wero three ud
n .Imlge Kingsbury, UitJiop
iltoatuilck and tho Rev Dr. Scnilder.
The Hawaiian bund played patilutlc
1 inusk nnd tho mi mory of McKInloy
was greatly honored. Mrs. Tucker
ubl conducted the school choruisca,
and during the rtndeilug of tho pro
at Now Orleami, the cainh.-ils ot
Nlco, Venlco, Florence, tho Lhoiry
blossom beason In Japan, the floral
parades of the various California cit
ies are all woll known and each tho
outgrowth ot many years of effort.
The Floral Parade In Hawaii bo far
has been accomplished with two
eaiB' experience, and It Is doubtful
If thero aro many of tho much-hernl-ded
events of similar charactor in
other cities which surpass It, The
brilliant colors of the flowers nnd
di apings of the nutos and carriages,
the dash of tho old-time pa-u riders,
togcthor with tho May-day nimos-
lheio of Hawaii, ovon In mld-wlnter,
A. Aklna, JIr. A. Peterson. Mr. lllack-
btead. Miss C. Knmnioplll, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Haoplll, Miss A. Hoaplll, Mrs. S.
Dwlght, Mis Hlsle Dwlght, Miss R.
Klpl, Mrs. K. Deas, Master J. Shlp
mnu, Master K. Ala, Miss Al.il Alo.
Doctor nnd Mrs. V H Humphrls,
who hnvo been giving a scries of dln
neis preparatory to leaving the Mo
rula Hotel, which has sheltered them
so long, entci tallied on Sunday even
ing for Mr. und Mrs. James Wilder,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forstcr, Mix.
liaindoii, Mis. Cummlngs and Mrs.
Cox, of Iloston; Jilsa Nancy Wins-
ford Kimball and Doctor Rivers of
Tho Symphony Orchestra will glo
11 grand concert nt Punuhoti Collego
tho llrst part of February. Mrs.
Km), tho wife of the organist at tho
German Lutheran Chinch, has con
sented to Blng nnd tho orchestra Is
committee, should bo 0110 of tho i practicing Ilecthovcn. The conceits
grandest soclaj affairs of the season,
nnd as It Is the first of tho early
functions to bo given by the Shrlnors,
of tho Symphony Oichestia 1110 nl
vas hlgh-clnss entertainments, and
miiBlc-lovers 1110 anticipating much
the commltteo 111 chnrgo Is sparing ' fiom tho coming concert.
nothing to mako It a success. With
tho largo dining room for dantlng, tho
parlors, tho spacious lauals and tho
gaiden devoted for puipoaus of merry
making, those preterit should exper-
Mrs. Harry Macfarlano has lc
tuincd from Ahutmanu ranch look
ing very much Improved In health.
Sho Intends going over again In two
lencc an ovenlug second to nono In tho i weeks' time, the rest nnd quiet being
history of tho social functions In these
Islands. Letters hnvo been sent by
the commltteo to each Uhriiiei ic
questlug that he send In the nninos of
thoro whom he wishes to invito as It
Is dcsl'iiblo that all invitations bo out
by Fobruuiy lOtli. Tho moinbers of
tho commltteo In charge aro Hairy
Mm ray, Gcorgo Angus, Fiank II, Mo
Stocltor, John Uolsor ami Frank
Cards haio boon received as fol
lows: Tho Piosldont nnd Hoard of
Governors of the Unlverslt) Club In
vito you to the third annual ball at
the Club House, Februui) seventh,
nineteen bundled and eight nt nine
o'clock Dnclosed Is a Rapid Tianult
considered essouti.il by hor physl
( Ian. Mrs. Henry Macfarlano ban
Leen In Honolulu for several week.).
She Is stopping with' the Tied. Mac-
Mr. and Mrs. Raiiney Scott, who
havo rented tholr houso to tho Sou
sldo hotel, will remain with Mrs. Kel
ly, during the absencu of MIbs Claim
Kelly In tho Oilcnt, wheio sho will mi
for a trip Mr. and Mrs. Scott expect
to still for tho Coast in Apill nnd will
v(slt In the Hast and a tilp to the old
homo of Mr. Scott will bo Included.
Mrs. 11 Griggs Holt, nco JcbsIo
l'liieiiuin, ovpects to unite heio In
Mil and will tttl.o 11 house, piobably
that of the Mnnnlo Phllllpscs, on Ko-
echedulo for ovenlug of the University , vvnlo street, nnd spend the summer.
ciud oun cars leave chid noiuo ami 1 er liisb.-iml will ..,un i,i.. 1....
"Sophie" und tho famous "Pat" will
Mrs. Willie Iloppci was tho hostess
on Saturday last of a most nttractlvo
luncheon In honor of Mrs. Schell. Tho
doiiblo puiplo violets which adoined
tliu tablo weio much admlied. Agrco
ublo talks weio (listened to by Mis.
Heapy and Mis. Hde.
Pnyiuastor and Mrs. Ilrooko entor-
tnlncil at dlnnor 011 Friday evening
Inst at tho Seaside Hotol in honor of
Mr. and Mis. Nowull, tho Misses Win
fton, Mr. Harry Miicfurlane, and
PavmnBler and Mrs. Ilrooko often
glvo very pietty lmpiomptu dlnneis nt
connect with cars ut 1, 2 und I u 111
Tor Wnlklkl tli King, 1, 1:30, 2, 2.. 10
a. 11)., for Nililanu Vulloy; I, 2:20 a.
111. foi Pnwui Junction tlu ncielanlu
uvonuo, und leluni via Punuhoti; 1:40,
S a. m., for Manoa vulloy tla Wilder
tivenuo. H. K. L. Castle, chalimi
Elizabeth K. Victor gave a lu.tii nt
her Kapulama home on Sunday to
cclobrato her 25th blithdny. Two long
tables woro laid, 010 on the lanal ami
0110 In tho dining loom. On tablo was
decorated in red nnd white and tliu
other was In ellov and whlto. Dv
eiy 0110 who sat at tho tallies had lei
lllmas and mallcs. Music was fur
nished by tho Knpalnma quintet club
and was kept up till midnight. Thoso
nnd as n sottlmr tho trees which nrn
ouuu glib wcntraikeis was 0110 ot tho most elaborate always green and tho blossoms which Mrs. J. Richards, Mrs. C
present woio: Mr. and Mrs. J. Do-, the Seasldo hotel, and tho ono on Frl-
mes, wr. aim .v.rs. tv. ttico, Mr. and day evening was nartlculnrlv .,nl..v.
Lowls, Mrs. able.
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