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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., BATUnnAY, SEPT. 16, 1608.
Special purchase of
LADIES, we take great pleasure in announcing the
purchase, at a big- discount, of a large
quantity of Laces.
'This lot, together with our own stock of
Embroideries and Laces, will be thrown on
the tables next week at prices that will astonish you.
The first showing will be on
Monday Morning, Sept. 2 1
You will find almost any style of Lace you re
quire at this sale.
The following lines will be on offer :
IOT 1 100 pes. Torchon Laces, worth 50c dz at 25c dz. .
I0T 2100 pes. Torchon laces, worth 50c dz., at 40c dz.
LOT 3100 pes. Torchon Laces, worth 8 l-2c. yd., at 5c yd.
LOT 4 New fancy guilt Val. Laces, worth 20c, at 12 l-2c
LOT 5 New fancy guilt Val. Laces, worth 25c, at 15c
LOT C New fancy guilt Val. Laces, worth 30c, nt i20o
LOT 7 Fine Torchon Laces, worth 20c, at 12 l-2o '
LOT 8 Fine Torchon Laces, worth 10c, at e, . . .6 l-4o
LOT 0 Fine Torchon Laces, worth 12 l-2c, at ...'. 8 l-4o
LOT 10 Fine Torchon Laces, worth 15c, at 10o
LOT 1120 pes. Pillow Lace, worth 75c, at 50o
LOT 1225 pes. Pillow Lace, worth, 00c, at 05o
LOT 1325 pes. Pillow Lace, worth $1.00, at 75o
LOT 1410 pes. Linen Torchon Lace, worth 15c, at 10c
LOT 1510 pes. Linen Torchon Lace, worth 20c, at 12 l-2o
LOT 1010 pes. Linen Torchon Lace, worth 30c, at I..171-2c
LOT 1710 pes. Linen Torchon Lace, worth 50c, at 30o
LOT 1750 pes. Fine Val. Laces, worth 10c, at 5o'
LOT 19100 pes. Fine Val. Laces, worth 20c, at lOo
LOT 20100 pes. Fine Val. Laces, worth 25c. at 15o
LOT 21100 pes. Fine Val. Laces, worth 35c, at 20o
LOT 2210 pes. Black Oriental Lace, worth 25c, at 15c
LOT 2310 pes. Black Oriental Lace, worth 35c, at 20o
LOT 2450 pes. New Bands in white, black, and fancy colors,
AT 50 PER CENT. OFF!
LOT 25 Black Point De Venise Bands, worth 25c 15o
LOT 2G White Allover Oriental Laces,' worth $1,00, at, 60o
LOT 27 White Allover Oriental Laces, worth $2.50, at $1.50
LOT 28 White Allover Oriental Laces, worth $5.00, at $3.25
LOT 20 Two Thread Allover Lace, worth $2.50, at $1.50
LOT 30 Cotton Allover Laces, worth 50c, at 20o
LOT 31 Large Stock Cream White and Colored Medallions, at
., HALF PHICE!
LOT 32 Embroidery, Edgings, and Insertions at.... A. Bid DISCOUNT
LOT 33 Black Silk Allover Laces, worth $1.50, at .75o
LOT 34 Black Silk Allover Laces, worth $4,00, at $2.00
We could sell every number here quoted -for
lv much more than we ask, but our object is quick
turnover, ihe entire stock should sell in less
1 than a week.
Your Inspection Respeotfully Invited
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.,
I Honolulu Department Store - - Alakea St.
Miss JckrIo Kniirman novel; "The
Juwol of (ho Seas." Willi h will appear
In tho October Llpplnc lit, Is bring
awaited with groat Intel est Although
tho plot and scenes pohhcm &mI color
thd characters are pmv,y Imaginary
mid of It Mpplucot say the following:
Tho complcto novel vvi.l ho "A Jowcl
of the Sens," a tnlo if llnwnll, that
paradise of tho Pacini, which I no.v
n part of Uncle Sam'a uomnliu Miss
Josslo Kaufman-, tbo nil 'n ii.it spent
much tlmo there, niul Is thoroughly
familiar with tho node'- tho so ciev
crly depicts. Its curious admixture of
while, Huwnllans, Chinese, niul mixed
bloods, Is different from a.iiy other on
the fnco of the filobo, Wo nro shown
lire on tho Island!! hs It ncti'inlly Is-,
tho delightful social functions, the
wclconio accorded vlsllors from tho
outsidq world, tho trials of tho house
keo;ir, n the advantages and disad
vantages of living In this tropical gar
den spot. Hut nshlo from Its man eh
tins atmosphere and local color, the
talo has n strong, woll-deflnod plot to
commend It a plot with n mystery,
hinging upon tho ndvonl of a pair of
Impostors who create much trouble
and amass considerable profit heforo
a suspicious young American lawyer
Kiiccceds In "spiking their guns."
There is a great deal of luiinor In the
narnrtlvo also, nnd some mighty good
character tjrawluR'. Altogether, "A
Jcwoj or tho Seas" Is one of tho brlnlit
est 'and inrir.i readable stories wo have
Tl'.ey also Bay In a circular letter:
Tor tho first tlmo In the history of
uny nuiRaz(no j.lpplneott's will pro
ducu nn entire Hawaiian romance In
Its October Issue The tltlo Is "A
Jewel of tho 8cas," nnd tho niithtu,
Miss Jcsslo Kaulmnn, who was Ioiir a
resident of Honolulu. The local color
Is well done, tho Intrigue fascinating
nnd the whole setting nn admirable
piece bf high-class romance.
Mrs. von Holt's At-Home
hits, von Holt Ravo n l.irRO and olnb-
ornlo at homo on Wednesday In honor
of her sister, Mrs! Ooestln of Red
lands, California.- During tho after
noon Mrs. Allan White sang sovcral
tones most beautifully It always bo
Ins a Rreat treat to lu-ar her. Mrs.
Howard Hitchcock mot everybody nt
tho door and they went in at once to
greet tho hostess and her sister. Man
Intimate friends' assisted in looklmc
nftei tho Rucsts and pretty glrlt
passed Iced coffee, Iced ten, and tho
Iced punch. Nearly everybody In town
wns present or Invited aid tho affair
went off most successfully. Mrs. von
Holt has a delightful family of chit
dren, and Miss Marie von Hell, who,
by tho way, assisted tbo -.un,! filrls,
Is quite n beauty. Mrs. von Holt were
n handsome toilette and Ml? liarstlu
looked extremely well ind seemed
quite to enjoy greeting nil hr rid
friends ns well ns iiuny new one..
llllo, Hawaii, Sept 1G. Last Sat
urday evening found nbout 200 per
sons assembled nt tho hall of the
Y. M. I., the occasion being the In
stallation of officers of the Ladles'
Auxiliary. Proceedings started at
7:30 with tho Installation. V. A.
Curvalho was Installing officer, and
he wns assisted by Charles H. Swain,
Professor; Kzcklel Vlorrn, Instruct
or; Munucl Cordlcio, Marshal; A.
C. Ilodriguos and Antone do Souzn
This Interesting business over, the
remainder of the evening wnB devot
ed to music, toast, and sentiment.
The County band reudcrcd a number
of selections In lino style, and tho
Council Ravo much ptcasuro by Its
slnRliiR of various pieces. Professor
J. It. Carvnlho was music director
and M, M. Fctelia picsldcd fit thu or
gan. The following Is a list of toasts
most effectively proposed by M. do I'.
Splnola, and suitably responded to by
tho gentlemen whose names nro ap
pended: "Tho Institute," V. A. Car
valhp; "Fraternity," Kzcklel Vlerra;
"Tho Ladles' Auxiliary," O. 11. Swnln,
"Our Guests," Dr. Henry Hayes; "So
cial Improvement," A. Sllvetra; "In
tellectual Improvement," C. M. I
Hlond; "Our Supremo President," J.
S. Forry; "Tho 1'iess," O. I Alfon
so; "Our Sister Societies," A. M. Ca
brluha; "Our To.istmustcr"-was pro
posed by A. C. Itodrlgues. .,
Mitring a hnir-tlmo interval, re
freshments wcio served up, and tho
proceedings, which lusted for four
hours and were must enjoyable, wore
brought, to n close with "The Stnr
Spauglcd Manner" and "Aloha. Oc."
This Auxlltniy has at present n
membership of So. and as a number
of now applications have been re
ceived slnco the mectliiR, Its success
In a private letter rocclyed from
Sydney 1 am told tho Fleet had a royal
good' time, nnd Sydnuy turned out en
liinsso to greet tho ndmlrnlsr and of
ficers. Captain Soiitheiland was u
Rreat favorltu, having ninny jhl
friends thoro whom ho know as a
youth. Thdy weio nil icnlly too busy
for private uttentlons us tho grund
public ovents woio so spectacular.
Tired Is no nnmo for It Such feasting
and feting. Thoy all look back iwjth
longing to Honnliilu nnd Its ilellirlilfnl
and moro quiet way of entertaining.
However. Iho wholajtblng was a Rreat
pleasure end ercstcU a H'lcndld Im
For Castle Horn - "" '
A fair will lit; hold nl the lesldoilW
of Mrs. C. M. Ccoko en November "th
for tho benefit of tho Castle Honm for
Children. Mrs. Frank Itli'limdMiil nnd
Mih. v., K. .(H'.vtrs hno the affair In
iharge nnd aro working most cnerpot
rally for llio uoblu c-'ansv or the Jlttle
ones. Tho booths nsFlgnOd lire us rol
lows; Mrs, Wlllnrd llrown, chalruun
or the Doll Committee; -Mrs. Fred
Iliish, children's clothing; Mrs. K. W.
PeteiRiin, Iro rroaiii; Mrs. Arthur
Willi, ilellcatesscti; Mrs. Murston
Campbell, fancy work; Mrs. FuRcrit,
chlldicn's tabic. IneliidlUR dolls, toys,
etc. And there will ho a thrilling
Punch nnd Judy show for this Rood
object. The Castlu Homo fur children
will surely nttract evorjbody to Mrs.
Cookos residence on Xm ember 7th
Tho following Washington gossip
Is of Interest:
"Mrs. Alexander Shaip of Wash
ington, D, C. whoso husband Is cap
tain of the Virginia, spoilt n week
at the Southern Hotel, hut wilt spend
this month in Sail Francisco. Major
nnd Mrs. Kratither nUu visited the
hotel. They hope to upend tho sum
mer In Pnrlllc Orove. Mrs. O. P.
Jackson, wlfo of Capt. Jacksou of the
Connecticut, hns been at tho hotel
for several weeks and was Joined oil
Monday by her husband, who will
spend soma time there. Other visit
ors there, many of whom will niTricis
long stajs, nro the J. Parker Whlt
ncys, who, weru In town last week,
but have relumed to Del Monte; Mrs.
Win. Fuller. Or. Ilowdltch Morton, n
physician from New York; Miss Lou
ise Itrceze and her mother, Mrs. Thin.
Urcezc; Jamea I). Phelan nnd Hu
rlquo Ornu, who went nnd leturned
by motor, and tho Klllot McAllisters,
who wero Joined by the William
Tithhs for a day or two. Mr. and
Mrs, H. A. Strong and Mr. nud Mrs.
A. It. Prltchurd, from Now York, will
spend n month nt Del Monte. They
wero In California two years ugo. as
the nucsts of (lovernor Carter, nt tho
time of tho cirtlmiiako nnd fire."
Major ami Mis. Charles McKlnstry.
who for tho past two yearn have di
vided their tlmo botwecn San Fran
cisco nnd San Mnten, will sail Satur
day on tho lluford for Major McKln
stry 's new station in tho Philippines.
This order comes ns a great surprise
nnd will cause widespread icgict In
this city, where they hao a host of
friends. It was expected that Ihsy
would spend tho winter here, they hav
ing alrady engaged apartments ut the
St. Francis. Call.
Mrs. W. O. Smith's luncheon nt tho
Alcxnndcr Young Hotel ou Tliuisdny
wns a charming affair well planned
and carried ojft. It was In honor of
her daughter, Mrs. llaldwlii, of Maui,
end the guests nsked to meet her
were Mis. J. P. Cooke, Mrs. .Alonzo
(Inrtlcy, Mrs. A. Lewis. Mrs. Kmcst
Mott-Smllh. Mrs. Philip Andrews,
Mrs. I-Mwln Paris, Mlstes Irmgard
Schacfcr, Hnrtwell, and Lily Paty.
Mrs. A. II. Ingnlls, violin Instruct
or at Oa hu College, will give her an
nual recital on October 3d at Chns.
K. llishop Hull nnd will bo assisted
by Miss Carol) ii Shotlleld, tho now
pianist nt tho College who Is n bril
liant jonng artist, and by Mr. A. II.
lngalls as accompanist. Tho pro
gram promises to bo uu Interesting
one to music-lovers, unci will bo pub
lished later. Tickets lire for sale by
the students of the L'oltcgo and at
convenient places In town.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lansdaln and
little Miss Evelyn luivo gone to Santa
llarhara, where they will remain sev
eral weeks. They uro guests nl thu
Potter. They huvo decided to spend
tho winter at their homo In Sail Ma
teo, but will niaku frequent visits to
tho homu of Mrs. Lnusdalo's parents,
Illshop ami Mrs. William Ford Nich
ols, in San Francisco. Call.
Mrs. .Keen has conn to Kauai ("
visit tho Augustus Knudscns for two
weeks. Mrs. Swinburne nnd Mrs.
Uphnm are quite enjoying tlidr stay claborato dinner nt tho Alexander
at the popular Plcnsanton, being (Young hotel on WedncsiUy. Therd
very much In love with the gat den ' were sixteen 'guests. , , j
niul the ;cf t ,!irnngements ror ..,
their .!. '..i-t , r. and Mrs. Charles HaVtw-rll also-
t t ' 'R.iio a dinner at lh Young hotel on
Mr. D. Oi lefts II.lt arrived In the-' Monday c.cnlna. Colors tocio Inlcl
Asln nnd wl'l irnmln hare until thajfor fix.
health of his wife bcrotnos ciab-!
llshcd cnotlKll to moceed lo Shall-! Mr. .1. II. Thompson Rav a pleasant
hal. where he Is at thu head of tho,",l', ,ll,,,,cr nt "10 Alexander lOtuig
Pacific Mall branch Mr Holt Is !"" 0 Tuesday Covers voro laid
sloWlV bill surelv reecrteilnc from . ,or " ... '
. " i Mrs. Aloxander Young nnd Miss
Mrs. Aloxander Young
II. Ilitth Young expect to spend tho
jiiiltimn mid wlutcr nt the Const.
t. .,,i itirtf. I. mils Sebweltzr.
Hald-'...'. ' ,.. i l, M.iinn llnlol.
wnci air siH-oia ii- "
sail III llio Koii-ii on Sunilay.
Mrs. Hi nest Wnlnrhoifso Is upend
ing the week on Tantalus, tho guest
of tho John Wntcrhouses.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Fleming eo re
eently married. Jiave gono io mo
Coast for n weddlm; trip.
Miss Carmen Clowo wrllcs from
Woodland. Cnllfornla. of her longing
to return to Honolulu.
Col. Sam Parker nnd Mrs. Parker
nre expected to.nrrlve from the Vol
Mrs. FnrrliiRton nnd children hnva
returned from a pleasant month on
Mr and Mis. Albert Wnterhouso
Mil for tho Orient In the Mongolia.
Mrs Lyon sails for tho Coast oa
her latest Illness Mr nnd Mrs
uro Iho guesiK (if Mr. and Mrs
Walker, King street.
Mrs. Hollow i). Mr Klchtthn.
Fred. Mncfarl.iiir, Mrs. II A
win of Maul, who Is Hie guest of her
mother, Mis- () Smith, Mrs. San-
ford K. Wailhams. MIrs .Margaret
Walker, Ml Irmgard Sehnefer. A
pleasant hour was spent discussing
the dalnt) viands aiound the tea ta
bles, Governor nud Mrs. l!eo.ci Carter
expect to sail on Sunday tin their trip
aiound the world. .Mrs Outer, who
Is a great social favorltu. is lonVIm;
erj handsome and c .'eryKo ly wl'hes
them "bon voyage."
A delightful luncheon was Riven ou
Thiirsda by Miss Margnict Castle it
her falhei's lesldenco at Wulklkl.
Pink lets, carnations nnd maiden hair
ferns made the table Iom ly. Among
the guests were MIsbcs Nora Swanzy
Nora Sturgeon, Vera Damon Iloatrlie
Miss Nora Swauzy returns to ! i
school at Washington, Conn., In th.
northern "part of tho state- on Sundn
She has been the guest of honor on
many Important occasions nnd Is a
very popular member of tho younger j
Mr. and Mrs. Oalt gave a pretty
little dinner In the private nlcovo
room at tho Alexander Young Hotel
on Monday. Their guests Included
Mr. nud Mrs. t Ilartwell and the
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. WntEon nro
domiciled nt the corner of (lieen
and Thurston avenue. They havo
been stopping nt the Alexander
Young Hotel since their return Loin
Mr. and Mrs. Lord dined thirteen
of their friends nt tho Aloxander
Young hotel on Tuesday evening. The
table was prettily decorated nnd the
toilettes of tbo fair guests most elab
A party of Jolly ltcnedlcts and
Ilatchclors gave a dinner nt tho Al
exander Young Hotel on Tuerday
evening, among the number living
Mr. Harry Cobb.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Duttoii nro Toledo than that present by Mrs.
hating a most dellghtriil trip nhmad, 'Katharine Oilier MeCov. In her I in
their big motor car running mo!th-tcrnrctiiion of Ilarrle's 'Little Mln-
ly nnd rapidly over the fine road) ofl8ter,' at the Zcnobla Monday oven-
A dramatic treat Is In Btorc for tho
people of Honolulu In the ndvent oC
Kntberluo Oliver, the drnmntlc read
er, who will give a herlcs of recltaH
at the Kllohnua Art League rooms on.
October 13, 15, lit, nnd 21. Mlsa
Oliver has Just completed a very suc
cessful tour of the United Stntns and
has everywhere met with nattering;
The following program of recitals
has been selected for Honolulu:!
Tuesday, Oct. 13. "Tho I.lttlo Minis
ter"; Tliursdny, Oct. 15, "Tho Con
fessions of a Literary Pilgrim"; Mon
day, Oft. 19, "Dr. Luke of tho Lab
lador"; Wednesday, Oct. 21, "King;
The Tolndci (Ohio) Nows-licd
speaks of her "Little Minister" rccl-tal-ns
follows: "No more charming
Impersonation of tho character nt
'Dabble,' not even excepting that of
Maude Adams, has been given In
Italy and France.
Captain nnd Mrs. Otwcll were the
host and hostess of a charming ill uicr
nt tho Moana hotel on Thursday In
honor of Major and Mrs. McKliutry.
Mrs. James Castle, nftur n lung
nnd trying Illness nt "Tho Dunci."
will return next week to her Dia
mond Head residence for a whlls.
Tho ladles resident nt Oahu Col
lego will receive at Castlo Hull Holi
day afternoon, October nth, from hnlf
past three until half past live.
Dr. and Mrn. Langhorne nre p'eas-
tiutly domiciled. In the Hocking pi ice,
which they huvo tnken for a ter..i of
Judge and Mrs. F. M. Hatch nro
occupying their npartnicnt nt Wash
ington unci Miss Hatch has returned
to her school In New York.
Miss K. Uowd. who arrived from
Host tin a few months ugo. hns i;onu
'to Koliala. She Is a teacher In ono
of the schools there.
Mr Fred Low Is was tho host of an
Ing. An overflowing niidlencc testlj
fled its enthusiasm by frequent In
terruptions of applause. An Inter
esting feature of the production, ou
Monday evening, wns tho Gpculicr'ri
wearing of tho Highland tartan he
longigg to her mother's elan. Mrs,
.McCoy's cuttlnt, and arrangement oC
Hi-i'iic-i from 'The Little Minister' hail
Mr. llarrlo's pcncnal approval. Shu
recited to him In his London homo
what she rave to n Toledo uiidlcncei
t e i
Henry Leslie Itobcrt Hohron, Jr.,
and Jos. Sllvn hnve been charged with
robbery In the second degree, tho
chaige Involving nn assault and rob
bery of n Chinese last weuk. Tho
bojs wero caught by fi lends of thu
Chinese held up. soon niter ho called
Tho International council of women,
which opened In (lOtinvu Switzerland,
decided lo allow Australia tu lu'V"l only
li sluglo representative In future). Tho
council put Itself on lernrci u demand
ing tho s.imo standard of uioiiili for
men and women
Isaac Ulman nud Joreph Keller, lit.
dieted In Chicago on charges of bring'
lug girls fioni Htiropo for luin..irnl pur.
poses, were arrested In Toroiitiv"Ont.,
ufter n mouth's quest.
Written in a sincere and kindly desire to help the yountr who do not know, and the older ones who sometimes
Date all letters, memoranda and sti- j
tunes me ifaiing nuuu is a goou
Avoid cliques, and do not eotsin
nor listen to gossip about your fel
low workers. - .
Learn from -your mistakes, but don't
cry over them We bat redeem the
past by lorgettmjr it. i
Do not disparage rivals, nor run down
another man's goods. If you do not
know wnat to say, say nothing.
To repeat an unkind remark is as bad
as to invent a lie. - -i -.
. , ,
Read the advertisements of your
house, and without butting in, know
what other departments are doing.
Frequent meetings of department
heads, and meetings of all the work
ers in any one dcpaitmeut arc good
uungs. j.iiey dissolve niucii social
ice You can't afford to cut them
Do not join the Knockers Klub; and
avoid all fellowship with the folks
who are trying to wear the face oil
I the clock.
I Shed no tears over your lack pf early
advantages. No really great man ev
er had any advantages that he him-
ten uiu not create
Do not go over the head of your chief
with either innnlries statements, nr
complaints, unless called upon to do
so by some one in authority ovec
Get happiness out of your work or
you will never know what real hap
P'ness is. ,,, ,
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