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BVKNINO nULLETlN. HONOLULU. T. I!., SATt'tlDAY, MAY HO.
7'E are determined that June shall be a
7 busy month. We shall start it by
featuring specials that cannot help but
attract attention. They are money savers.
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Made of Cream Linen; Coat nnil
Skirt Braided. $10.00 Value, for
LINEN COAT SUITS:
Very Stylish; made of extra qual
ity Linen. $10.00 value, Sj3.7!i.
WHITE LINEN ETON SUITS:
Made of fine Linen, strictly tailor
ed, nt ?S.75.
Made of fine Lawn. Yoke of double-thread
Valenciennes lace, tucked
skirt, ip r . r O a suit.
Made of fine Lawn: waist and
skirt tucked; tailored effect. ?0.00
Made rf fine Lawn; waist and
'.kilt clnbotately trinuncd with fine
embroidery and double-tlncad Valen
ciennes hcc. $C75 a suit.
WHITE ETON SUITS:
Trimmed with blue; tailoicd;
Spy. 75 n suit.
Sec Window Display and Note Prices.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
No Risk To You.
Special Sale of Bedspreads
BEGINNING MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 1ST,
$1.00 QUALITY AT , S(ty
$1.23 " " $1.00
$1.50 " " ; 5 91.S5
51,75 " '', 91 .'15
$2.00 " " .'. ; 91.05
A Saving in Bath Towels
Extra heavy, hemmed, size 21x42; $3.50 quality, SPECIAL MON
DAY, 92.00 a dozen.
The Best Prints Made. Pretty patterns in figures and stripes, 14
YARDS FOR 91.00.
CxECML CAIS OF.
EI. IjTITIHG MONDAY, JUNE 1ST.
Here's on opportunity for lovers of
laces to buy real hand-made TOR
CHON LACES nt Lowest Cost Pos
10 quality 6 a yard
12i2e quality S a yd.
15o quality 10 a yd.
20o quality 15 a yd.
25c quality 10 2-3 a yd.
05c quality 25 n yd.
AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES.
Solt finish, yard wide. SPECIAL
MONDAY, 122 a yard.
CHECKED OLASS TOWELING:
All linen, red and blue checks.
SPECIAL MONDAY, 12is a yd.
"'I 1 - h olive, and black.
SPECIAL MONDAY, 13a a yard.
WHITE TABLE DAMAS.K:
G4 inches wide. 50c. quality;
SPECIAL MONDAY, 372i a yaid.
KIMONO AND DRAPERY CREPES.
Ne-v patterns, elegant colorings;
yard wide. A large range of de
signs, 25 a yaid. Sec Window
THE STORE WlTfi TUB MONET-BACK MoICY
OCIAL CHATTER isse
Jtl I ALlSt. tz
wrapoHKUn IS ONK
II.NIUIIO 111.1 ,'
I'LACU In the visitors, mill it lum become n regular 1 nlslc
Imtli officers II1I111; to say "Meet lue at Mo.inalua
nnil j.n I. Ics' or thi- Fleet will m Saturday iiflcmoon." anil In lo
tie wclmme. ami m needless sure of a hearty wclcomo anil u rnmi
lluisluii!i about "rights" nnil full (if Just the- people one wants to
"customs' will lo nocessary. want.
They will go anil enjoy tlio beauties
ot Moannlua, simply 11 ml naturally, Kilohana Musicians
for tho hospitality of that beautiful The entertainment which the Ki
ln u charming manner. Ami
the 1 Mrs. Allan Whllu sang Grlcg'a
"While I Wall," Shilling's "Dilnk
Ihb Song" anil SJorgren'u "Tho Flint
Meeting." Her liiugnlllccut volcu
showed to great advantage ami she
v;nn rccalleil ninny times. Doing of
Scandinavian blooil, her temperament
was In harmony with the selections.
plnco Is too woll linowu to necil ail- lohana Art l.caguo'gave at lllnhnp , anil the charm of theso was shown
vortlsenient, and baturday of each Hall, rumibnu, on Tuesday cveniiiKiln her voice. Shu accompanlcil her-
week has becomo n nicotlnK-tlme quite kept up their reputation for at-' Self. Tho last number on tho pro-
tltero for strangers nnil citizens alike, tiattlve evenings. A muslcalo con- gram wore part-rungs rcmlcreil by
Tlio iloor Is always open nnil tho listing f Norwegian ntul Swedish , Mrs. Alexander l.lndrny, Mrs. von
grounds a regul'ir picnic plnco for intialc wns listened to by a larso .mil Hull. Mrs. C. II. Cooper. Mrs. Weight,
that d.i In the countrj. so InvlRur- Interesteil nmllcnce coiiipnscil of thu Mrs. Hitchcock, mill Mrs. Kinney,
ntlng and restful, anil whMi Is nl- music-lovers of Honolulu. Mrs II. iicconipanlul by Mrs. W, I.. Whitney
wns enjoved to the full at Moana- vlnt Hull was in chutge of tin; music- ami Miss Wi'ilbiimcller, Mr. llodo
luu. nl proRrain ami must nhly did sho dlrcctliiR. Tlibt was 11 ery pffcctlvo
Tourlsu naturally gravitate llioru manage tho affair. The platfm 111 1 number ami gave ureal pleasuio. It
and take away with them the pleas- was ilrapcd with tho lings of Norway wan one or tho best cntcitalmncuts
nntcst recollections oY tho simple ntul nnd Sweden, and a northern appear- 1 of Hie Kilohana Art Ucaguo and It
dollghtful hospltulltv shown, lty unco was given by 111 In latino fir trees' really iniRht to bn repeated In thu
trolley or trnln. carriage or motor, on either shlo or the platform Iloor, ' Opera House, to Hint all Honolulu
Moanalu.i Is most arccsslblo, and ev- which was covcicd with white linen, could hnvo an opportunity of hear-
orybody knows the hospitality which Mrs. I,. I. MtCandlcsj opened tho Ing tho brilliant nnd cultivated mcin-
obtnlns there Is bo great Hint half tho program by leading an able paper bers.
visitors do not ruiognlxe the tnll, wilttou bv Mlka Hopper, on Kdwitnl .Nollred In the audience were Mr.
easy, dignified flRiire of thu owner Giles. Mrs. Mit'.indloM ikmsoskch a ' and Mis. (ienrgo Carter, Dr. and Mrs.
ns they ro merrily on thulr way, lit- pleasing personality mid she looked Mutiicw. Mr. and .Mrs. Hedemann,
Ho drcnmluR when a faor Is aakod very luindsonie as she read In her Mrs. Kopke, Mis. Hartley, Miss
New York, Scnnloi and Mrs Allien O Hn.illi. The table was bcnullfully
Smilh, Senator I'ciKliii. Mr. and Mis. ornamented Willi la I'lance iii:o and
Mi iiiii'i', Mik. Kaufman, tho mother sweet peas. The place-cards were
of MlbS Jessie Kaufman, and Mr. W. hauil-p.ilnteil Hawaiian scene:).
WILL CLAIM HONOLULU BRIDE
nnd FO modestly gUou that It Is lie clear, sweet 0I1e the laturentliiR Im- Wan, .Mrs. Ilcstarlck, MUh Marsh,
who mado Moannlua what it Is to- piesslons ot Qrlcg. Mrs. Constabers Mm. A. Wall, Mrs. Lowers, Mrs.
day a tort of salon for everybody, "MoinliiB Mocd" and "Anita Dance" 1 1.aiiRe, Miss HcwHiirs, Mrs. W. Mon-
tho one place In Honolulu whore tho wcro exqui'ltaly rendc-cd nnd bIiow- fcarrat, Mib. Klucgol, Mrs. MacKln-
pnlillc can amuse tbemiylMta nnd. It ed the Rieiteit cultlvalion. Her In- mm, Mrs. Wight and Mlaa Klla
mi pleased, can ro to tho laual au.I Ishcd touch Is especially adapted to Wight, Mr. and Mrs. Marx, Mr. and
chat or look at tho lawns, parluko of tho weird niutlc of (SrlcR. Mr. Ar- Mrs. O. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Du Ilol,
n porfect tup of tea soryed with sand- thur Wall wan heaitlly applauded, .ludgo and Mrn. Ilallou, Mrs. and
wlches and cakei. and, I nt but not and lie mini; "Last Nlt;lit" and "J.onR- Mltu Horton, Mis. Castlo, MIbh K.
loai-t, hi ones, with a m use of bciuc iuh" ninit beaullfully. Mru Howard Young, Mrn. H. Mist nnd MUh MUt,
nt homo. IlltcVuck mid Ml.a Wei tiimueller Mia. V. Kltcat, Sirs. C. Iledcmauu,
Tho polo giounds nlono arc well sue a (Irlog coucmtii on the piano, Miss Caiinen Clowe, Miss Hedemann,
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wui 111 u viflii, 100 Tca-liiiuse nil mo u uriniau aim iiiaifieiiy, penuiin
hill with Its ciunfortablo furnishings
making u day for tho fair sox 11 Joy,
for with a picnic basket what ile
llRbtful meals are pal taken of In tho
open and wheie nature tce.ua nt her
best, fnt clod Hiiroly snillei oil ifo
analua It l sild that not even tho
Dr. auilMrs. Ililnrkcrhoff, Mis. W.
auce, which w.10 enthusiastically up- M Graham, Mrs. O. II. Cooper, and
plaudod and encored. Mrs. O'Day, many others.
auoiiipanled by Mrs. Charles Cooper, I
saiiR Grieg's "I l.ino Thee" and one 1 Pasadena Visitors
oT Shilling's miurh dellRhtfully. Mrs. I AmoiiR tho arilvals on tho Korea
Hniest Iloss and Miss Violet Damon weio tlirco chanuliiR I'asadeua wo-
, l.iM'il K"iulf'ti "I.ullaby" and "Sol- men, Mrs. Flora Coodnll llland. Miss
inoBt exeltltiR polii Rime enn lino tho Undo on the .Mountain," by Olo Hull, llland nnd Miss Selena llland, who
owner ihmii bla riiitu.d j-'ift'inoou ith .MI..3 Ada Ilhodea aa accompa- will spend several mouths In Hono
lulu before ti.tllliiR for tho Orient for
n fix months' tilp. The family 1110.
prominent toclally and In muulcul
clrclc3 In l'nsiulena, Miss Florence
llland Is especially gifted In u music
al way and for tho past year haB
been conttalto soloist In tho West
Side Congressional Church of l'asa
dena. Sho look the role of Marie In
tho rccont amateur presentation of
"l-Jrnilnle," which was one of the wi-
clal eventB of the winter season In
I'iisadcua, and she Is very popular.
Mrs, llland Is a daughter of tho kilo
Captain Gnodnll of linn FinucUco
and a woman uf much charm of per
A Shin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'
OR MAGICAL DEAUTIFIER
j.? I Toe '"amanmir?!inT78i
:M:i Sivaii'Smv. at no. 1
jSDJ'S iw ni m unit 1
FOR THE SKIN AND COMPLEXION
The only toilet preparation in America tlint
has ttood tho actiiul test of publia npproal fur
over half a century.
ClOURAUD'S OKIHNTAL CREAftt 1'nrlOcs ; . Wol. .
and Dnutlfles the SUn. Curd Skin Divn.se. F"ars in Wash nyton
n-iil relieves Sunburn. Hcmovcs Tnn, Pimples,
WiilUiwiiIj, Moth l'utchcs, Ila$li, Freckles and
ulgar Itcilncss, Yellow and Muddy Skin, gMng
n dollcnlcly clear nnd refined complexion.
(M)UKAUD'S OUIUNTAL CltUAM is lilclily
rccoinmendeil by leading toclcly and professional on that oceuslon looked particular at
lndic, nad cannot hi surpassed when preparing , tractlvo. Tho guests nsked to meet
for olenitis filtlro.
No. 7 Ti'R All V DKUOOl-lSNIl KANCV GOODS DKAI.CRS
FERD. T. HOPKINS, Proprietor, 37 Great Jones Street, New York
Mr. nnd Mis. F, M. Hatch Rave a
dinner on tho Ufltli In honor of Gov
ernor and Mis, Frcnr. lloth Goicrn
or ntul Mis. Ft car hnvo made a good
Impression In Washington. Mis, Fiear
them Included Mr. nnd Mrs. .lohu W
Foster (i"c-Secretury of Stato), Hop.
and Mrs, Herbert Parsons, Itep, and
Mis. Dalzell, ltep, and Mrv. Olcott of
i--fT mk' Wmmm
MISS EDITH SPALDING
The pretty young society girl whoso
engagement to Lieut. Garrett was
Tlio Twenty.hccnnil Is m dried to
Ahihlin lo iHlowj Iho Teilli iiif,intr,
which, in turn, will go In (lie new
post ai Fort Deiijniulu llairlsoii, 1 11 1.
This Is to bo it full regimental Inr.ui
Irv post uiul will bo garrisoned for tho
first time by tlio Tenth, with Colonel
Hetiiy A, (ireouo In command Foil
lleujuiiiln Haillsou Is u larKc poit
conbtnicled of brick and othetwhu
mild In chnracler. It Is considered
to be most doslrablo and for this tea
sou win bo occupied by tho regiment
Who will return to Honolulu In Aug
ust to claim his brld:.' His regi
'ment, tho Tenth, was a popular one
, leaving duty In Alaska, which Rtallon
lis InicHteil Willi miiwi dlllleiiltlcs not
encoiintoii-d eltcivueie, anil iroopa
fioni that point urc shown prefeieuio
I lii-n onleiod to chaiiRu nf station.
1F111U Hitnison nnil l.enviuworlli tiro
tho only tvo poets In thu United
Stales otiulpped with luluct tcgimuiits.
nuother ailvaulago In thu matter of
military traluliiK. as tlin iiniled hut.
tallons mny ucqulro a eonfouulty ot
Ideas nnil nctlou not posclblo when
scatteretl about vatluua pobts.
It was very pleasant on Tuesday
to know that Governor Cleghorn was
again dispensing the hospitable cup
of tea which Is hi famous at Alnahau.
Doctor and Mrs, Koch were tho cen
ter of attention nnd they thoioughly
enjoyed the beautiful grounds, so
historically Interesting. Dr. and Mrs.
Koch ate chaimcd with Honolulu,
end J cry much regret the shortncbs
of their visit. They depait next
Monday with the pleasantest souvo
nltb of Hawaii ncl. Among other In
teresting experience! waa tho motor
tilp to Moannlua on Saturday given
thcni by Hon. AlcMinder Young.
1 Doctor and Mrs. LauRhurn, the
former lellevlng Doctor Smith hcie,
nnd attached to tho Navy, aro well
known WashliiRton people. Mrs.
' LaiiRhoiu, nee (lulT, Is a (harming
1 and ptetty young woman. Tho night
I before leaving for Honolulu, tho
uiht anniversary of her wedding, wns
1 celehiated, a danco being Riven by
her mother, Mia. Goff, In honor of
I the occasion. '
I The dinner Rlien by Mr. nnd Mrs.
t'llve DaIc3 on Friday was attended
I by Mr. and Mrs. C. Hedemann, Mi.
nnil Mrs. II, Fuekc, Acting Governor
i:rncit Mott-Smlth and Mrn. Mott-
oiiilth, Major1 and Mrs. Dunning, Mr.i.
Vincent Kltcal and Dr. Cofcr. Vlio
t nl) lo dccoratloua were In jcllow
popples and maldeulialr, making a
I pleasing picture. Mr. and Mrs. Da
lles expect to sail for Kuropo very
bcon, and they will bo gone a year.
l'rohnhly 110 one hud mnru callors
on Tuesday than Mrs. MacKinnon,
wlio, with her bou and daughter. Is
t topping for a few weeks at the Da
mon place at Walklkl. Her Clevel
and brilliant conversation nnd nt
tractive porhon'allly charms men ami
women nllke. Sho has traveled ex
tensively nnd Ih In tho bebt lento of
tho word 11 cultured woman of tho
Would It not bo a Rood Idea for
the people who aro not, nt present,
lo say the least, very busy, unit wlm
nie so shocked and amazed by thu
poor llttlo newsboys' playln tlio pub
lic square, to get nut and teach them
better? Little classes imild bo form
ed on tho green, with true mission
ary 2c.il, and what an instructive
sight It would be, unit huw much
Rood could bo done with teacher and
Captain uiul Mrs. QuultroiiRb, well
known here, will vlsll uu uru(ii, lis
Captain Qunltrougli Is In einuinauil
rf tho GeoiRia, attached to the Fleet,
and Mis. (liialtioiiRh will meet him
Mrs. Kuulz, widow of Admiral
Kautz, Is In Washington nnd liaa
euecceiled lit getting her pension
raided. Shu looks back at tho tlnut
sho spent In Honolulu us umoug thu
happiest days of her llfo.
Mrs. F. Klamp Is In San Fran
cisco vhll Ing fi lends, Sho cxpicU
lo return hero In the Autumn.
H v.- w
Mr. nnd .Mis. J. M. Dowsed urn In
Washington at tho Wlllard Hotel.
A- A; i.
Mrs. Gardner Wilder Is occupj lug
a jiretty lit t lu lottage 011 Wilder avenue.
They Won pVize
The Misbcs Clalio nnd Udlth Wil
liams quite distinguished themselves
at the I to t Ilia des Fleurcs, at Grasao,
Fiance, thulr decorated landau cai
rylng ort the prl-to. Iris, trailing
vines, and red carnation Ida wcro
used, the carnation lels evidently bo
ing a new Idea to the Inhabitant;) of
the popular mountain resort of tho
Alps The girls wore carnation lets
mid were iIicsmm! In while. Mis.
Williams, Mlbs Hthelwyn Castle, Mlbs
Mar) ll.icon, uiid tho MUses Wil
liams have gone, to Nlcu for u month
and will upend tho summer In Swit
On Tuesday afternoon MIbs Marsh
ami Miss Tuggiirt. ot St. Androw'u
1'ilory gnvo u vury pleasant lea for
Mis. Kltcat. Tea was served In iho
lefrectory nnd when tlio guests as
sembled on tho lawn lee-iream wns
handed nioiiud. Amongst those pres
ent with the btau" weie Slslors lleat
lico and Alhertlna, Mrs. and MUs
ltestailck. Mrs. T. C. Davles, Mrs. cuts, died recently of lung trouble In
V.. W. .lorihu, Mrs. I.ee, Mrs. W. So-1 Austria. Sho was a charming and
Tho Uoyul Hawaiian Hand gnvo a
(onccrt 011 Friday ov'eulng In honor
of tlio distinguished Htraugeis, Dr.
and Mrs. Koch, at tho Moana Hotel,
which wns gically enjoyed by tlicm
aa well us the latgo assembly on tho
lawn and Iannis.
Mr. and Mis. Alexander Scott are
still at l.os Gatos. Mr. Scott has a
btudlo thciu and has nuulu borne beau
tiful studies of tho region about pli
.Miss I.'lhol Hichaiilson, who lived
hero a few years' ngo with her par-
pcr, Mlsii Davies, Miss llialr, Mrs.
and Miss Douglas, Mrs. Simpson,
Mm. Illlds, Mrs. AV. L. Stanley, Miss
Stanley, im Lucas, Mrs. It. F.
Langc, Mis. Lawrence, Mrs. Ithodes,
Mis. 1'r.itt, Mis. .1. 1'inlt, MUs Cat
Ion, nnd beverul of -the faculty nt
I'olter, Alrri. 1'oIsomi,
Lands, MUs Wills,
talented girl, ,nnd her demise Is
Miss Kllnor Terry, mi well known
here, Is visiting Mis, Fioi.t, of Now
Yoik'a "10," nnd sho Is being very
much enteitnlned. Miss Teiry al-
DcaroncHS ways uttiactlve, has becnine 11 bcau
Deaconess.ty, tho nddltional plumpness being
For eating, drinking, unfl cooltlnS
I'urc, Duliclcub, Nutritious
I MBathTlRKO U. B. fT. 09HQ
DreaVfut Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Balcri ChocoUle (univee!ened). 1 -2 lb. cal
Grrman Sweet Chocolate, 14 lb. calrt
I or Saks by LcqHoI Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
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