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EVENING nULt-ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, FEn. 22. 1908.
New Spring Goods Ready
THEY liave been coining in thick and fast and every department
is being replenished. Pretty materials of all kinds direot from
the looms for wear and the house. Brand new and beautiful.
Spring and Summer Styles
have just arrived. They are without
question the best-fitting waist in the ,
market ami the favorite waist in the
East, A full assortment in
Tailored and Lingerie
styles, made of lawn and pure linen.
New Wash Materials
In brown and pongee color
' :nr a yd.
White Poplinette. at '10 a yd.
White Rep, extra fine. . .40 a yd.
French Fique, extra quality ....
40? h yd.
1 HEN hostesses swk coca's
from four o'clock until six
for tea, It Is tui'in the least
necesRiu-y tj gct tliero pre
cisely at Amr-nnd It Is of
ten ; great embarrassment
when the j-,egts arrive all together
for ilftVns of tables set about a lanal
(Mtuib the harmony of arrangement j
and Interfere sailly with thu plans i
of tho hostess. Ono Is expected to
ill dp In any tlmo between tho Bpccl-I
He'd hours, and guests In any other
place but Honolulu are constantly ,
going nud coming throughout the,
afternoon. When you nre Invited to
nn old-fushloned ten-party bo as (
prompt us you like, but the up-tp-dato
teas are different.
. . I
SOLITUDE " i
liiiigli, and the world laughs with
Weep, and you weep alone,
For tho sad old earth must borrow
Hut has troubles enough of Its
Sing, and tho"1illls will answer;
' Sigh, It Is lost on thu air,
Tho echoes bound to a Joyful sound,
lint shrink from voicing care.
Itojolco, and men will seek you;
(irluve, and they turn and go.
Tluiy want Ji measure of ill 1 your
Hut they do not need your woe.
llo glad, and your friends nro many;
Ho sad, and you lose them all;
There aro none to decline your nec
Hut alone you must drink life's
Feast, and your halls aro crowded;
Fast, and tho worhl goes by.
Succeed and glvo, and It helps you
Hut no man can help you die.
There Is room In the halls of plensuro
For a largo and lordly train,
Hut ono ligciuo wo must nllwo on
Through the narrow aisles of pain.
ULLA WHEHI.KU WILCOX.
Tho Congressional party which vis
ited Honolulu last year gave u beau
tiful anil elabornto dinner on tho
owning of February Cth. Tliero
were sixty guests and on tho back
of oach chair was a lei made of pink
paper roses. When tho gentlemen
wore seated all the lights went out
and In a minute right on the iiiubIc
Etund In great letters they turned on
tho electrical word "Alohu." Tho
lmmt played "Aloha Oo." Tho table
wns beautifully decorated with pink
rosos. Tliero were many speeches
and everybody said something about
the groat Interest they took In Ha
' witll und of their charming visit.
The princess Knlanlnnaolo, looking
handfcomo In a black-not dress em
broidered In sllvor nnd Jet, sang a
Hawaiian Fons. as did Misa Ache
eon. 'daughter of Congressman Ache
(.oh. At the head table woro tho
1'rlnco find Princess Knlaulaimole,
MANY NEW THINGS HAVE BEEN
New Spring Suits
are now coming in. The last steam
er brought us some of the very, latest
models, We nre now showing
NEW JUMPER SUITS
Senator and Airs. Piles, Hon. and
Mrs. Hepburn. Judge and Mrs.
Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton. Mrs.
McClellan woro a pretty white-cm-broldered
dress and Mrs. Hatch was
In a real white lace dress' trimmed
with blue puniiK velvet embroidered
In blue and gold.
Tho selection from Anthony Hope's
"Dolly Dialogues" includes some of
the cleverest of that clever compila
tion. Dr. Hnmphrls has transformed
them Into a dualoguc and brought
flat all those suitable to stage repre
sentation. Truly, It must have been
'a libcial education" to hnvo known
Miss Dorothy Foster, who takes pleas
lire In encouraging tho bashful nud
has a smile for the most unattract
ive of men. Dainty enntrartante, as
Mr. Hopo made Dolly Foster, the
part (Its Mrs. lluiuphris as if it wcro
written for her, nnd thoso "Cordial
Relations," who write her letters of
congratulations, have surely been
drawn from life they seem so nat
ural and so like what wo have all
heard before. The days of flirta
tion wlilch Miss Foster und Mr. Car
ter enjoyed in Monte Carlo and else
wlieio have their day of reckoning,
of which Mr. Carter tolls in his
quaintly humorous account of his In
terview with the Dowager Lady Mle
l'.lohand, now Miss Foster's mother-in
law for between tho first nnd sec
end scenes Miss Foster has married
Lord Mlcklehand. Of tho problem
which Lady Mlcklehand, tho bride.
(Jills upon Mr. Carter to solve, and
I of how he saves the situation and
i Ills r,ox at tho same time, Is clearly
brought out when tho ti no meaning
of "An Knual Footing" is explained.
'"The dualogua Is so bright sarcastic
liore, humorous there, and each so
rightly touched, that to catch all tho
points requires a fairly eloso utten-
Mrs. Hnbert Oraham, tho wife of
Captain (Irnhniii, spent n few days
In Honolulu with Mrs. J: A. Oilman.
Captain Graham's well-known ship,
tho Ersklno i'lielps, remained at Ku
hulul Instead or coming to Honolulu
this trip, much ,to tho, regret of his
Tho Republic of Franco has con
ferred upon Raphael Weill of San
l Francisco tho title and honor of
Knight of tho Legion of Honor of
France. Jtaphaol Weill, while a cltl
, zon of tho United States, Is a, nntlvo
i bon of Franco, and tlio honor so ro-
, cently conforrcd upon him wns in
iccognltlon of tho services ho render-
I ed others at tho time of tho groat San
I Francisco dlBnstor. Tho carthquako
j and lire struck as sovcro n blow at
Mr. Weill's prosperity hb at that lit
anyone in San Francisco, yet so un
tiring wns ho In his work for others
at that tlmo that tho women-of San
I Francisco presented hint with a lov
ing cup soon after (ho fire, and now
! Frnnce has followed their oxamplo.
Tho occasion was n meinniublo ono.
Soyqnty-flvo guests gathered In the
I banquet hall of tho Fnlrmount Ho-
1 tel. From tho open door of tho
great ballroom enmo tho strains of
N. S. Sachs
the MnrsclKilse," followed by tho
American national anthem, while tho
Consul Ceneral of Franco and tho
new Knight of tho Legion stood with
hands clasped, and tho banqueters
Jollied In singing the national an
thems, waving til,' "UKS of t,,e two
countries whoso friendship was ex
pressed anew by the; distinction thus
bestowed upon tho sim of Franco nnd
the citizen of Amerlci;.
On Wednesday, at noC,n, Mrs. C. It.
Cooper was the hostess at ,a very beau
tiful luncheon at her now home up
the valley. In honor of .Mrs. Mott-Smlth
Cunningham. Tho whole house was
thrown en, being most charmingly
decorated, the tables spread for the
guests looking out upon n conservatory
tilled with the most exquisite, ferna
and greens of all descriptions. The
very beautiful and elaborate gowns
worn by liany of the guests were es
pecially commented upon. Music wn.
enjoyed, Mls3 von Holt playing In her
cultivated way and Mrs Cooper, the
hostess, singing most delightfully. The
guestB were Mrs. Fockc, Mrs. Ilocdll:,
Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. Swanzy, Mrs.
llralnnrd Smith, Mrs. Potter. Mrs.
Ivors. Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs. Arthur
Drown, Mrs. Mott-Smlth, Mrs. Hoi
lowny, Miss von Holt, Mr3. Mi Grow,
MUs Hardaway, Mrs. G. I'. Wilder,
Miss Marion Scott.
Governor nnd Mrs. (Icorgo Carter
gnvo a most enjoyable chowder on
Tuesday evening at their country
place. They could not havo chosen
a inoro beautiful night for their par
ty, ns the moon was out In all Its
glory. Tho guests were most hospi
tably entertained by tho Carters, who
to well understand tho art of mak
ing peoplo happy. Among thoso
present, wero Mrs. Cumiulngs, Mrs.
Cox, Mr. nnd Mrs. Strong, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Illackmau nnd Mr, nud Mrs.
A very pretty luncheon was given
last Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. F.
(3. Noyes in honor of Mrs. A. Record
of CalUtoga, California, who is visit
ing her grand-daughter (Mrs. Ingrlm)
at Kamchnmeha schools. Among the
other guests present were MrB. 12. A.
Jncolison. Mrs. C. llldlngcr, Mrs. O. C.
Scott, Mrs. W. J. Gallagher, Mrs. It
Ingrlm, Miss Graio Colhurn, Miss Mar
Ion Wright and Miss Graio O'llrlen.
Miss Ethel Wilcox, the guest of Mrs.
A. Lewis, gave a pol luncheon on Mon
day at tho house of' Mrs. Lewis on
Hates street. Guo3ts wcro tyrs. Kox.
Mrs. ltlchard Cooke, Mrs. Gro. Cooke.
Mrs. A. Lewis, Miss HeatrU Cnstl",
MUs Allco Cocke, Irene Fisher. Violet
Damon, Ada Rho(!o: Florcn.o Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. I'lllsbury gave a
pretty Jlttlo dinner at tho Aloxander
Young Hotel on Saturday evening
last and tho guests Included Pay
master und Mrs. llrooke, Mr. and
Mrs. Nowall, Mrs. Winston, Mrs. Du
wil, tho Misses Winston.
Mrs. Richard Ivors was tho hostess
i of n charming tea on Monday after
noon. Tho rooms were decorated
Advance Spring and Summer styles
nre now here. The Christy Waist is
the swellcst lingerie waist today.
There are not many of theni. First
comers will have the best choice.
NEW ARABIAN NET
for curtains, double thread, very dur
able, 54 inches wide.-. . . .05 a yd.
POINT DE SPRIT NET
Extra Fine Quality.
54 inches wide t0 a yd.
Dry Goods Co.,
with lovely flowers and ferns, nnd in
the dining-room was set tho largo
tea-tablo at wlilch presided respect
ively Mrs. Walter llrlnkerhotf, Mrs.
Gorrlt Wilder nnd Mrs. Georgo Pot
ter over tho tea, collco and punch.
Little tables scattered about on tho
lanal made an attractive appearance
nnd gnvo. delightful excuses for cosy
tctc-a-totes, lis well as an opportuni
ty to look at tho beautiful view.
On Monday evening Mr. nnd Mrs.
Forstor entertained nt dinner at
tho Hrltish Consulate for Mr. aucf
Mrs. Kingsbury, Mr. and Mrs.V'at
MHi, Mr. mill Mrs. Lcwtou-llruln,
Miss Nannie Winston und Miss Rus
fccll. It was a very eujriynble even
ing, bridge being 'played after dinner.-
"A 'f, ,
On Thursday"! afternoon Mrs. A.
Lewis gave a tea In honor of Miss
Florence Hall, wio Is soon to bo mar
ried. About seventy guests were pres
ent, mainly tho young peoplo of tho
town. It was a most cnjoyablo after
noon, music lKdng Indulged In, the
violin being beautifully played by
"The Dolly Dialogues," followed by
tho "Arabian Nights," to bo piesentcd
i.ext week at the Opera House, for the
benefit of tho Kllohana Art League,
will undoubtedly be tho ocenslou of a
brilliant gathering; when tho old nt
mosphero of Honolulu society may bo
for eating, drinking, end cooking
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UVf i'i Chocoltte (uniwectentJ), 1 .2 ib. cJca
German Sweet Chocolate, 1-4 lb. clc
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43 IIICHCSr AWARDS IN CURQFE
New Curtain Swiss
in dotted and fancy figures, A large
variety of patterns.
SIX YARDS FOR ?1.00
New Dotted Swiss
with hemstitched ruffles. Just the
kind of curtains for bed-rooms; sev
eral patterns to select from, at
?1 .50 a pair
teen once more. In a climate, such
aj ours, dccolto dresses and evening at.
tire In everyono Is what such an occa
sion demands, and this in the past
was do rcglo always In Honolulu when
any roclcty event took place at tho
Opera House. It la sincerely, hoped
that this custom will not be allowed
to lapse, and that the performances nf
next week will witness such gatherings
at the Opera House as of old delighted
'Th6 Cafe Chantant, at tho Seaside
this evening, promises to be full of
entertainment of nn unusual char
acter, "Society peoplo In many stunts.
Music from three bands. Dancing nt
Intervals. Fun, mirth and laughter."
Tho evening Is anticipated with much
pleasure, and boclety Is preparing to
enjoy itself nnd entertain Its friends.
Many parties aro arranged for the
night, tables being long ago engaged.
Miss Swanzy Is to have a large party,
having gathered a nuclcu3 of seven
tnbles. ench table having a hostess of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams of
Washington state, who nro stopping nt
the Young Hotel, made a tour of the
Island this week, being delighted with
all they saw upon their trip. While on
this tour Mr. and Mrs. Williams were
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. L. U Mr-
Candlcss at Walkane, tho McCanillcss
Mrs. Alex. Scott, so well known In
Honolulu, Is visiting Mrs. Jessie Ilowlo
Dcltrlck at her homo In San Fran
cisco. Mr. and Mrg. Alox. Scott nre
making their homo nt present In Los
The Shriner Ball
Tho Order of tho Mystic Shrlncrs
and their many friends wcro charm
ingly entertained Inst evening at the
Moana Hotel. The oicaaloti proved to
lie ono of tho social events of the sea
son and was carried out as ' only
"Shrlncrs'cnn do." Thd grounds ball
loom nnd lanals, though not profusely
decorated, wero very attractive and
showed exceedingly good tasto la the
neatnoss with which the many lant
erns and flowers wero Intermingled
with tho carnation red, the color of
tho Order. Shortly after nlno o'clock
tho guests began to arrive and met tho
committee In tho Bpnclous lobby of tho
Moana hotel, where wero gathered the
different committees, to attend to ev
eryone's wants. Tho Nobles of tho
Order, all with the rod fez as a prom
inent distinction, certainly more than
held up tho regard for which they aro
noted all over tho world ns grand en'
tcrtnlncrs. Tho membere of tho recep
tion committee, Messrs. II. K. Murray,
U. C. Ilrown, Dr. Wood and Dr. Gross
man, wero untiring In their endeavors
to pleaso everyone.
Tho ball-room, profusely decorated
In the carnation red, was m6st attrac
tive, and up to tho early hours of tho
morning was crowded to tho utmost.
Kncoio after encoro was demanded by
tho happy nnd untiring scores of danc
ers, Indeed, two o'clock, tho tlmo for
the last dance, came far too soon for
tho many who still longed to linger.,
Just at tho stroke of mlunlglit an
will be continued
are making a gorgeous display of
Spring Pattern Hats
including New York styles, the
and our own creations. Hats that
were selected by our Eastern buy
ers ; styles, colors and shapes that are
absolutely correct. You are cordial
ly invited to sec the display without
feeling at all obliged to buy.
excellent repast was served on the;
table-set lawn and driveways, while In
the largo room at the right of tho ball
room, liquid refreshments wore gener
ously handed out to thu thirsty danc
ers. However, the ballroom and ex
cellent music by ICrncst Kaal's orches
tra wero so very enticing, many een
regretted the tlmo taken up for rest
and refreshments, for as soon ns the
orchestra started there seemed to be n
rush from the tables directly to the
Tho National and Hawaiian flags
wero prettily arranged over the en
trance to tho hotel, whllo tho many
palms and ferns artistically arranged
were a last reminder of ono of the
most successful balls ever held In Ho
nolulu as tho numerous guests said
their last gcod-byc. The members of
tho Shrine aro certainly to be con
gratulated for their endeavors, and all
who had the opportunity of enjoying
their hospitality will not forget them.
The committees wero composed ns TjI
General Committee II. B. Murray,
Geo. II. Angus, F. 1). McStockcr, J. J.
llelfer and F. L. Hatch.
Finance F. H. McStocker, T. II. Pe
trie, Robt. W. Shlnglo, K. 1). Porter
nud 10. J, Lord.
Hall and Docoratlons J. J. Reiser,
Sam Johnson, C. G. Uartlctt. Emll
Waterman and Theo. Hoffmann.
Reception Committee II. E. Mur
ray. Dr. Wood, E. C. Ilrown and Dr.
Invitation and Floor Committee
Geo. II. Angus, F. C. Smith and M.
Printing nnd Program F. L. Hatch,
C. (1. Ilockus and W. II. Goetz.
Mrs. Mott-Smlth entertained Mr.
Uinbsen and Mr. Mendchall at dinner
on Tuesday evening. During tho
evening Mr. and Mrs. Potter called,
also Drs. Herbert and Cofer and Mr,
and Mrs. G. P. Wilder.
Miss Squire, who opened the Hllo
Hospital with Dr. Grace, is renowing
her acquaintance with her old frlende
of Honolulu, being nt present wltn
.Mrs. King of Cottago Grove.
Mrs. J. Mott-Smlth Cunningham,
who has beeu so extensively enter
tained during her stny In Honolulu, Is
tailing for San Francisco in tho Si
beria of this date.
Mrs. Sowall, wlfo of tho former
American Minister to Honolulu, Is vis.
Ring Mr. F. M. Hatch in Washington,
D. C. Mrs.Sewall is being extensively
Judgo nnd Mrs. F, M. Hatch gave
nn olaborato and beautiful dinner at
their apar.tmont at Stonolelgh Court
on tho evening of February Oth
Mrs. F. M. Hatch gavo a largo tea
in honor of Mrs, Harold Sowall on mass, sermon, collection; 3 p, in., ro
the tenth at her apartment, Stone- snry, catechism.
lelgh Court, at Washington,
On Thursday evening Mr. Arthur
Wilder gavo an Informal dinner to
Mrs. J. Mott-Smlth Cunningham.
Mrs. Cumiulngs and Mrs. Cox havo
returned to tho Moana Hotel, which!
for a few days. Wc 1
will be formally reopened on Mon
Mr. Mott-Smlth Is returning this
week from his visit to Hawaii.
Mr?. ,V. O. Smith gavo a tea on
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
408 Deretanla avenue, David W. Crane,
pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. in.. In
ternational lesson, "Jesus nt the Pool
of Hcthcsda." Morning worship, 11 a,
m. Preaching by tho pastor, 'subject,
"Tho Practical Way." Epworth League,
0:30 p. m.; tonic for study, "Tho Pow
er House of Faith." The meeting will
be led by J. Alex. Lyle. Evening ser
vices, 7:30 o'clock; tho Knights of
Pythias will attend In a body; tho
pastor wilt preach a sermon, touching
tho principals of tho Order, Mrs. Haro
and Miss Hall will furnish tho special
music for tho occasion. Tho public la
cordially Invited to tho several ser
vices of the day.
Central Union Church Illblc school
at 'J:4S a. m. Morning worship nt 11
o'clock; Rev. Robert A. iliichannn will
preach, subject "His Wrath and His
Kindness." Choir and chorus will
sing and lend tho congregation. Chris
tian Endeavor Society, 0:30 p. m.
Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock; ser
mon by tho minister, Biibject. "Jonah
Paid tho Fare." Choir, chorus anil
congregational singing. A cordial In
vitation Is hereby extended to strang
ers, teamen, travelers, visiting friends
and tho public generally to attend all
At tho Adventlst Church. 7fi" Klnau
street, Sundny evening at 7:30 o'clock
will bo continued tho study of tho
world's prophetic history. Subject,
"Tho Kingdom of God shall bo set up
on tho earth," Come early and take
part In the singing class, led by 'Elder
Wlnslow. C. D. M. Williams.
Tho Cnthollc Church of St. John
tho Haptlst, Kallhlwacna, In charge
nf Rev. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
Feb. 23d, Sexnestlma Sunday: 8-30
a. in., high mass, with sermon, col
lection, Sunday school; 4 p, in., ro
sary, Tho Catholic Church of Our Lady
of tho Mount, Knlulnnl (Kullhl-iika),
In charge of Father Edmqnd. To
nionow, Feb. 23d: 9 a. m mass, er
mon, collection; p. m Sunday
Tho Catholic Church of tho Snered
Heart, Marquesvlllo (Punnhou), In
charge of Rev. Father Clement. To
morrow, Feb. 23d: 11 a. m., high
A Japanese, undoubtedly crazy, waj
taken Into custody by the police at
Mollllll yesterday. Ho was examined
by Dr. Emerson, and was sent to tin
Insano asylum (or safe keeping until
ho can have a hearing. Tho police
lTave not been able to learn his name