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KVTNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, II, SATURDAY, APR. IS, inr)S
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
WUU U-UUJLIO y
Spring nml Summer Styles for 1003.
to select from.
A large variety
Elegant New Ribbons
The Christy Lingerie Shirt Waists
TAILORED AND IINOERIE WAISTS
Two of the most popular makes of the day. Perfect
fitting styles that arc right up-to-date. Also, a fine va
Elegant Hand-Embroidered Waists
LINGERIE WAISTS from 91.25 upward
TAILORED WAISTS from ?1.75 upward.
LINEN WAISTS, stnetly tailored, stiff collar and cuffs
SW SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
White India Linon
Extra good value, sheer and fine, 6 yds, for 5-51.00.
12 yards in a niece, at S2.75 the piece.
Taney stripes, checks,
Tiitd 12,t a vard.
(Uy Prances K Olllclt)
Art tlimi a gudon, Pastel,
Wlioruln thp sleeping scels
Waken and long for sunshine,
Blooming to nil our needs?
Art thou a rainbow's promise,
Bringing u message .bright
TiTjiiartg tlmt n ru taint, ultlt longing.
Longing for life nml light?
Art thou akin to sunrise,
Shedding Its ciiniFon glow
Over o'ach hill and vallcv,
Bidding the ilur'tness go?
Alt thou ii glimpse of heaven,
Peopled Willi annuls fnlr.
Living In many mansions,
Knowing no sadness then'?
Whnto'er thou art Ihino advent
Peeling of kinship gives,
All that Is hest within us
Wnkens fiom skep, and lives'
Mrs. Scott in Honpkong
Sirs. James Scott ami two children,
who lime been making their home In
Hongkong during Mr Scott's absence
In I'ormosn, wero piosont nt the tlili'l
"I'rlzo Day" nt the Victoria lliltlFh
schools nnd one of tho oungstcrs,
Ilandolph Scott, receled Iho pilze for
, composition. Tho sthools are usually
good lu Hongkong and Americans and
KiiKllah fnmlllcH profit thereby Mr.
Scott, who was In Hongkong for (hen,
attended tho exticlscs, mi neeoimt of
which Ih cxti.icted from the Hongkong
Telegraph of March lllh Sovcial
well known Honolulu names are no
ticed In tho list of thobo picsent.
"Tho )outigsters attending tho Vic
torla British School, which Is situated
nt Cmollno Hill Iload, weio in great
glco toduy, the occasion being tho nn
nuijl distribution of prizes The little
classroom, which was artistically dec
orated with ivorgrcen unit bright col
Hired, bunting, was wU filled with In
forested spct itois whi.i His Picel
A Shin of Beauty
No. j fOR SAI.K JIVDUUCOISIS
FERD. T. HOPKINS, Proprietor,
plaids, and solid colors, at 10
luicv Sir Predorlck Lugard arrived.
His Excellency was accompanied by
Mr A J Ilracketiburj , prh.ito socio
tar), nnd was received by Mr. IJ. I).'
C. Wolfe. Inspector of schools, and'
Mr. V. It. Williams, tho hcadninster.
"Among those present were: Dr.
G. 11. Uatc-hon Wright, Rev. and Jin
CV II, IHckllug, Mrs..W. H. Williams,
Mrs Blanch; Mrs Hocking, Miss Hull
man, Mr. nnd Mrs. Young Heo. Mrs.
Stubbing. Mrs. and Miss Wllks, Miss
Tanton. Miss David, MlbB Steele, Mr
nnd Mrs McNeil, Mrs nnd Miss Him
kins, Mr and Mrs Sllvcrstone, Mr
nnd .Mrs Gibson. Mr and Mr3. Scott,
Mr. und Mrs Hobbs, Mr. nnd Mis
"The proceedings opened with a lit
tle musical program, which was care
fullj prepared by tho management of
tho school, and Ihcro Is this much to
bo said, that each scholar did justice
to his or her pnrt "
Mrs. Swanzy Entertained
Tho luncheon given h) Mrs I M
Swanzy on Wednesday In honor of
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs Bond, was a decid
ed success, Mrs. Dond was partic
ularly brilliant and entertaining, nnd
tho guests usked to meet her wero
charmed. Mrs. Swanzy's luncheons
nro nhvnjH appetizing, dainty food
and an artistic grouping of flowers,
is well as agreeable conversation pro
viding a harmonious and restful ef
fect Mrs Bond's departure the first
of next week Is regretted by ovoi).
body. Her recital at Mrs. Lowroy'a
lobldonco no-t Monday night at S
o'clock being looked forward to with
Kubelik Is Coming
Kubelik will arrive In Honolulu on
Hie next Canadian-Australian steamer
mill will glvo his concert at tho Opeia
House Mio 1 or 2. 'Iho tickets nro
now on sain nt Wall, Nlcl'ola Co.
"Musical America" tells tho follow
lug utory of Kubcllk placing vvltli
Jim Kubelik, Iho Bohemian violin.
Is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'
OR MAGICAL, DEAUTIFIER
FOR THE SKIN AND COMPLEXION
Tho only toilet preparation In America that
his ttooil tho actual tot of public approval for
over half a century.
aOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAAt Purifies
and Jkautirics tiio .Skin. Cures Skin Diseases
and rcliovu Sunburn. Itcmovcs Tun, l'hnples,
lllackhnids, Jloth I'utclirs, Hash, Freckles nnd
ulgur Itcdness, Yollnw ond Muddy bkin, giving
a delicately clear and refined complexion,
UOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAni is highly
recommended by leading tocioty and professional
ladles, ami cunnot lm iiiirpasid when preparing
for evening attire
AXP f ANCV OOODb DUU KS
37 Great Jones Street, New York
corset cover, made
of fine batiste and
lightly boned and
lace trimmed. Sold
at catalog prices,
50 and 91.00
N. & Sachs Dry Goods Co.
1st, who is scheduled to mnko his llrh!
iippcarnnco tills scasln In New York,
nt tho Hippodrome on November in.
Is tho subject Of soino Inlerc-jMng Il
lustrations, reproduced hero fiom tho
London Sketch. Tho larger plctuie
fchoAs tho dlstlngulshui". artist' Until
up with siftnv vvnnJeilug musicians
who recently camo to piny bef jro his
castle at K(.1(u. An acco-mt cf Ku
bellk's honi' !'fo In !u Mb lit i, Cas
tle has nlieady been t,lvcn lr Mulcal
America. Onj can ( i'hllv Imagine
that, standing at tho wlidow watcli
lug these lilnunnt ju'h tlniiK Ktibt
llk was utrtime w,tli a ileilie to
droii his dlgui'y Ion ; eiiougli lo Join
them. A mail with n camera hap
poned to lo nenrli, him the resullf
aro shown htiewlth ills Instrument
was a tobacco pipe In the oilier Il
lustrations nio shown Mary and Anno,
Kiibcllk's twin daughters, who, ac
cording to Iho Sketch, show llttlo re
spect fin the violin on this parllculni
occatlon Mine. Kubelik was former
ly Countess Marianne von Czaky
Szcll, and her twin daughtcis bliare
Tho rehearsals for tho Mascot aio
Increasing In Interest, for tho prin
cipals nnd chorus nro buckling down
to their work In a verj professional
manner. Mr. Hcrzer Is an excellent
manager, keeping constantly In touch
with ever body nnd doing thrco men's
work In one. Much can bo expected
from "Mu Chorle." with Mis. Walter
Macfarlaue, Jr., Misses Marlon Holli,
Constance Itcstailck, Wndmaii, Blair
Alice Cooper, Annabel Low, Illanclu
Sopor, Ada miotics, Alice Cooper, all
pretty girls, and then "Sonnv" Cnnlii,
that prlnco of fun makers, Honolulu
will certainly havo a good laugh In
"What the Milkman Sees" Mrs
Crook's acting and voice uro well
known, und her beautirul face nnd fig
uro will be lit Its best lu tho qinlut
costiimtcs. Tho Alameda brought tho
costumes, which nro cr pietty. I
wonder If tho girls of the cjioius and
principal will wear them' If they do
Honolulu public would gladly pi five
dollars per, but knowing Honolulu
amateurs lu the pist, 1 am quite sine
they will bo modified The patron
esses Include Mesdames W I' 1'ioir
(ieo. It Carter, I'rlucess Knwiiuaua
kou, II A. Mott-Smlth, K .1). Tonno,
Geo. Hoi hart, J. S. Mctirow, Kbeu
Low, H. I) Itcstnrlck, W. W Hall, C
B, Cooper, II M yon Holt, J P Mor
gan, P. A Schacror, P W Macfarlaue
C. M. Cooke, Paul Iscnbeig, S t'arker
J. Lucas, M. Phillips, J. Castle, P, I
Spalding, W I) Adams, A Wilder, C
A Hollow a, C W C Dccilng, .1 A
McC'nndlcss, W L. Hoppci, I. L. Mc
CaudkbH, A U. Ilawes, .It., P II
Humphrls, P. S Ciuiha, A. i'uliei.
Robert Atkinson, Robert Luwora,
James Wilder. A P Wall, S II Dole
0 I' Wlldei, P M Swanzy, S. M
Damon, P J l.owrey, A. Gartle, II
Tl Mucfatlane Jr , S M Angus, I) P
Dllllnghuni ami Miss N. Winston
MrB Cairlo Jacobi-Bond's iccltal at
Mrs, Lowio's on Monday livening,
April 20, will not onl Include tho
"Song of Hawaii," but several now
melodies The patronesses nro Mm
Walter Prcnr, Mis. E. A. Mott Smith,
in one, does away
with all gathers
and fits without a
u inkle aiound
the waist and over
the hips. Mndc of
fine nainsook and
STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK
Mrs V M Svvnmy Mrs
inci Mrs j
Luwro), Mrs. nJvvnrtl 1) T
frunk Athqrtou, Mrs, Howard 1 1 Holt
cock, Mrs. Aithur Wall, Mr.s fieoigo
Herbert, Mrs. OIITai'd, Mis, Chuilca
Cooper, Mrs Whittle!) , Mrs. , IJUs,
Mis 11 P Dlllliuilyvjii. Mrsr S.imial
D imon, Mrs Sanford 11 'Dole, Mrs.
Tcnni')' Peck, MrsCl Augustus Kuiid
ben. This nfternoou Admiral Ver) will
bo compllim nlid by n contort ai
langcd In bin honor b) tho Ho)iil Iln
wallan ti'iml, a, Iho Nv.ul Slallou
from 1 30 until ", o'clock. Admiral
Voi) will mii it bo retired fiom Ills
command at the Naval illation by
Captain liteii Tho Admiral goes to
New Ion Centci Massachusetts, wheio
his wire nnd children arc. Ho has a
beautirul home In tho pleasant suburb
and thlnki it the garden spot of tlio
world, during the splint; and Liu.ii'ier
Mi. I low mil Ileilomaun, who his
been 111 for somo time, In taking a
tilp In the Ncbiaskau for his hcilth.
Cards me out for' a dramatic tool
ing of .lob bv Iho College Club nt tho
residence of Mis II L. Marx.
Mis, Clifford Wood and fiimll) uio
tpilto cnJo)lug their Puiopeati tilp
Thoy aio at the IHornal City Horns,
nnd Mrs Wtind's lettors descriptive
of that wonderful old clt) lend llko a
story book hi full nro they of vivid
nnd unufuil Infonuitlon. Mlts Doi-
t: :: n it :: :: :: xt n :i n it it :t t:
tt NEW MARRIAGE RULES. t!
t: t: :t t: tt :t :t :t tt tt tt n tt tt tt tt tt
In nil the Catholic churches an
nouncements have boen made that be
ginning on Paster Sundn) the now
niarilago laws of tho Chinch will go
Into effect In explaining the new de
cree conct rnlng "uponsalla" and mil
rlmony whlth was piomulgated at
Homo last August parish priests havo
defined a valid and canonical bctioth
al or marriage engagoment as ono lu
whlth a written contaact Is ill awn up
and slguid h the man nnd vvonnn
in the piestnce of a' priest or two lay
"The new legislation docs not Im
pose on persons ubout to ninny an
obligation lo make those formal pre
nuptial engagements In wilting nnd
boforo wltncEies as a prerequisite for
niarrlngo," sa)s Archbishop Parley's
letter on the subject, "They may bo
married as hitherto .after a dimple
verbal promise of marriage given lo
encli othei "
The wiitten conduct of tngigo
input has not been recommended
When such contiuct Is In existence,
hovvovoi, It will opeiato us nn lm
Dodlmont In ea.. nnsnn-iiiliillv of tliii'nflci a dclUhtful thito months spoilt
first degree exists between cither of
tho parties lo It nnd another m in
oi woman l.itei wants to mail) ono
of Iho engaged porsons
"SiippoKi," as a cleigymau ov
v!!rUu, '"'''"i ";,olm,JTS. "'I'1
Muiy Smith put lie r botrothn In
writing before a pilost and lale. tholi
engaBement Is broken If John should
tome nlong and want to niniry Mar)'s
mothei or Mar)'s slbtor no priest
could wed them"
C ottW notion JJrossiorc?
titliy WoJd Is ver) much linp-oved In
health, and Sanford Wood s nultu ah-
Forhlng tho ntmospheiu of the old
Miss Prances K. Olllett, a slbter of .
JJrs,r,ArjQiUftlj,oiUIVJia vvrjtlc.il totuo
ver) Interesting verses, and her llltlo
poonfs ard hlwa) scagorlyi looU'ed'foi.-.
Shucontrlbules icguluily,utu be.vjerpU
eastern pipcis, and lias also wiitten
prone poems which have been f-ivoi-nlil)
coniniented upon Whllo vlsl'
lug her hlsler, and Mrs McQiew a
lew jearM ago she made mall) life-'
Tlicio will be an Pisti-r bale of
pictt) aitlclcM loda) In the empty
ihop, corner of Beietiiuln and Port
streets, opposite tho lio station, by
Mho membeis of tho Walaloha Boat
Club, the object being to nilso money
(Hough to gi t u boat luiii-i ami latin
barge of their own The public will
surely respond and help the good
Captain nnd Mis Albeit Niblick,
will known hue. aio mot eonifoit
ably Hllualed on "tho S.intro", An-
unpulls '1 his shli iisnl to be a mini'
of-wnr ami the Nlhlucks have It nrtli
tlcally lilted, and man) u filemllj tup
o' ten Is brevvod b) the fair hostcsr.
foi her guests.
Mrs E M. Watson Is having' mo t
euJo)iililo times nt the homo of hti
patents In Visalla She v. as gl)eu u
largo lea at which vvejo .ninny old
1 1 lends, who gieeted h,cr most enthub-
jj'lastlcall). Mrs. Wntson and daughter
epect in retuin to iionoiiiiii in inrco
Mrs Turman will give a seilos of
Interesting Icctuici In tho Kllohaua
Ait League moms, the flint of Iho
series to bo given a week fiom today.
Iho first view itccpllou of tho Kilo
liana Art League will bo on tho even
ing or Tuesdn), April 21st, at S
Col, and Mib S I'arkcr nml family
aio enjojlns the Tnululus brcuzea nt
their mountain house. Iho Parkeis
with tho llttlo Kaplolanl' e.i;ci to
make nn extended tour to the StutoH
In Mu j, the Mljses llecilili'o and tl Ur
iel 'Cnmpbell meeting them Hi San
Mi. nnd Mrs. Cinmplon, who, mo
ilnmlcllcd nt tho Moanu, nro iiultu en
joying their visit in Honolulu Mrs
Compton Is u pretty nnd Intel eat In;:
woman, nml, an Mls3 Seals of Ronton,
was quite a belle III tho excludvo set
of the Massachusetts town
Mrs. Josephlno Cornwall was n io-
letiirnlng pasenKer In the Rliormin
' In California. She is tit pieaent tho
I guest of Mis V. Iitown, of College
Mis IMrko of Roiettiiila iivcnuo eel
ebrntcd he. 77(h birthday on Palm
o,,. OIl , , ,,, ,,.
f '" ''" f"0 l,n, " , of , ,ho 1"t'lRlt
,,mm" n,ul most ll,B,,1' "Stnonu-tl clt-
lzr,lB a,ld lias Jla's occupied n high
social position both hcio and olbe
where. Miss Annie 1'aiko Is still ut
The prettiest creAtioni in ribbons you will find in our
WASP PRINT RIBBONS, PRETTY ROMAN STRIPES
TANCY PLAIDS and CHECKS,
OMBRE EFTECTS ni d POLKA-DOTS,
Elegant DRESDEN PIBBON.
DRESDEN RIBBONS rrori "JOS' a ynid upwards.
New Tuxedo Veilings
White with bUck chenille dots at "5( a yd.
New Molinc Vcil'ngs vith doti; black, white, brown,
and navy, -10 a yd.
is the only black silk tliit is backed by a wiittcn guar
antee. A silk with chimin and a reputation. A silk
that wc take pleasure in commending.
SILK at 91.1 5 per yard.
MONEYBAK PEAU DE SOIE at 5? 1.35 a yd.
White, black, and nil
at 50 a yaid.
Johnson sanltorlum slow I) recoveiln,,
fiom a nervous breakdown
A large nudlence msc'iulilcd ul SI
Audiow's last evening, lo Ije.ir Iho sec
ond rendering of Stulunr'h 'Ciuctflv
loii.". .,lH,llie..cho!r .v.uiu fully foily
voices unilei tlioiHrcctliin of.JIrU,
ilLBnlo ami the graiiVl find liiipfcrilve
iiuslo, was. magnificently;-tmng.i'Vrhu
soloists weio Mrs Alexander Llnd
sev, Ji , Mrs I) Howard Hitchcock,
Mr T CIlvo Davles, Mr Aithur P.
Wall and Judge Stinle) The) givt
a Mulshed pciformauco of the grand
music, whlth nppcalH dlixtl) to tin
hcnits of nil. Mr llode's good wink
Is too well Uiiown to comment upon
The Congress of Song will begin on
Mnv Hth and It will he lit Id lu II
tdd Plblimarkot, thanks lo Mis W M
Giah'im's unceasing ndlvitx 'I l
cauliila "Rose Maided" will be pht u
under the able condustorshlp of Mi
Stanley Livingston Kanuhimcha
Bo)b' School, as well ns tin ichool
lot gills. Mills' Institute lligii S 1 ool
Normul School, v'lll all coiitilliutc u
the choius. Mih Mm k ill will lie ttir
hopiuno soloist nnd that lu I If i.-
euougli to guiinuteo Km sittcis It
must ho a notable cunt, wuh -"
iiiuch talent anil In. tins lo in in tr
Mr. and Mis (iiliibiiiio, who
nt Hie Vnuiii,'. ctpttt to t.ill foi
Rafael In die Koiea Mis PIHll
Weavei also dpaitn In the s mu ,io,i
Di. nnd Mis. Haivo) Muira have
tuken tho von Holt placo at Walklkl
& I K
to 4. km
ior uiunii oi iiionuis men iioiibo on of oi(rtuile ti'liiinilieilUciiili rs. Stninl
Keentimoku street is for rem furii i ! nil .1 - .... .ni,u, ... .,,.,,,., i
I Ished. It Is ceutially lociled iml
most dusliuble fiom evety point of
Mis. Man Wlddllleld will visit Mi i
Hairy Lewis foi n few vvtoktt Slu
arilves tiula) fiom Illlo, whue sh
has been fit Itnr Willi bet il.u ulili i
Mis. llvro.i llal.d. since hci anlv il
n inn uio uoasi a tow minima ago
Mil. Dunning, Iho haudsome wife of
Mujoi lhmnliig', letuinod lii the Shoi-
inan.'fSIp h.n) licpu gicajl) lr-.lsnl d,
' twil inIO ..I l,,.l fji.t.rt.... I... ... ..11
social functions whero she Is u fav
, , v
ThurFilny night wns tho bceno or n
most tnjoynblo thovvder nt Iho Conn
tiy Chili, Mi and Mis Gait tnloitsln
lug for Mr. and Mis. Strong, iel.itl.es
of funnel Governor and Mrs Cnttu
Tho Misses Harriet Hutch nnd Dm
oth) Peiklus, ilaughler ot the ramoui
fieorgo. woie at the Annapolis hop u
fv.' wnolta mm llr. Iln,n1, ,1,.,,.,'
M, and M,s Llch.ne.d a, a, ,,
health Ho has
from the motoi
for tho laltt'i'--not
PollnvvIiiB la n llct of the pfro' v1io
appnnr In "The Marrnt"' Misters
Ito)nold McGiew, Veiiiou Tinnev, Al
leu Rcn'oii, Ivnn Giuhnni, Pied Sliib'
leading chades, 27 inches wide,
i'tt i,"xiiiiajkuV' iMttWX'saaimagHM
r.y. MsmMSb. vvsrssrissgraK
ti.Chas 111 iilinm, Cvill prtn n Mat
Uolle, Albeit hi'iitb l.iithei lloi i h
Missis Maignrct RiHtailek, R unoii.i
Mniks. Robertnou, The'nia Miupli ,
Ciutd Low, Cluiluila lyiiw, M.ng'iti
Center and Helen Cunlnr
-The bot'olllcw at 'Wail. Nlchol.i Co.
IHjifJ". jJl,Jv4',4 ' " "
TMrsFalrclilId ha-Pbten rut-n lu
town tills week but mils foi IC in il on
Tm s lay niM. Miss llelni fdiiru'
lane weni to Kaunl qii riu d i
Mis WiiIIm ililnct -ihof will ic
main nt l.a!e fin' two wiiks iun i,
Sb'' Is gi idiuill) itg li'i'u 'i ' 'i tl' 'i
nn. t.Mei.ill , xp0sptl to the tlanjrcrs
inisltltim: walking ti.uiul fuimllieir
iilaiusnf uimiltiyiiiiMil hi iiatlvM'.it Iter
. nil tend Id liivalt tlowu their tlclicato
f..,,,i, .:.... .........!
I AVIIIIIIII1U O.IIIISUI.
. L'l.ls' ot wonion nro In
of Kivaler nsMtamv, .mil thou
h.uidh of letti'is like the follow,
hiij tk'inniistrato tho fart that
t LYS55A E. PSMBCHAR'a'S
ivslovos tho fi'iiiiiiuii' svstfin to u
htroujj, healthy, iininml coiulitiuii.
MUs Ahliy V. IJ.ii low n, of Ni Koit-
Villi', Ohio, wntes to Mrs. I'mKliain:
" I was vny B'flt, h'ld dull li, mL
aches, pain In mj back, ttutl a feiniiuno
vvcaltnc'ss. 1 hid lieen tostvn.il doc
tors nutl they did me no goi.il 1 di.i
II l'lnl.ham's Vegetable Cumputiiiil
made mi will and stiong, and 1 can do
inottanv klodof vvoilt. I mu hi bitter
health than 1 mi r was, and it is alt duo
to join' medicine"
Miss Tallinn llosq.of r, 10 V. fM St.,
Nuw Voile, vvutes to Aliw l'mkli.im:
"1 had a fcmalu trrmhti tn.ru.iw
licnilaohe. and vvus tired all the time,
1 QJ,,l'-,,,"u,1 "ot sl-' ! Lj'"'- PluUliaiu's
' lY "'"'" v mp Ulllil luntlf UIO lei 1 SO
iiiuuii oeiici inn i uupi i ii rv worn n
"iiONiincisas t ,iui y, tr, it
FACTS FOR SJCK WOME.
1'01'tllllV ViVlW lvitln I' I'm.'
ham'H Vctretnlilo ConiiKiuml, niado
from loots and licihs, lins been tho
"tniidtiul ii'incily for feiniiiiiio ills
w miii n i don't yon tij it ''
Airs. l'lnUliiiiii, l.j nn, Jlnss.,
Invites nil slt-L women to vvrito
t.irlri wlin wnilr fitr
.... . .
i WH:'M' t,i"l"kiMLMtniifWfti f.filftWi