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tfll I1 ""XI. iJtU"jiinituUi.iiVVh.1.gVBNIN6 BULlXTLV HONOLULU, T. Hi, SATURDAY, SEPT. E6t,1908, . -r-.rtr;jr-ttititeActeaf ,ato'nwo.- mAt.wuuutonot,. . , -'
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f Japanese Hand-Embroidered
Cream Table Damask
Heavy, and of superior quality. 72 inches wide, $1.25 a yard.
and Drawn Work
We make a specialty of them.
TABLE CLOTHS and NAPKINS to match;
TBAY CLOTHS, BUREAU and DRESSER RUNNERS;
CENTER-PIECES, DOYLIES, ETC.
New White Goods
Mcrcciizctl Madras, Folka Dots, Stripes, and Figures. All new pat-
; terns. 206 25J and 306 a yard. 1
Sec our Fort Street Window. ,
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p53ftESS&aJLiT ' iiir B
Navy, Red, Cream, and Copenhagen Blue; also. in Stripes. Makes
cry neat and serviceable skirts. "5b a yard.
We carrv a very large assortment of LADIES' HAND-BAGS and
All Styles and Friccs.
Some of the many articles found in our
PILLOWS, PILLOW TOPS. PILLOW RUFFLES, PILLOW CORDS, 1
CORD and TASSELS, POMPONS, PIN CUSHIONS, EMBROIDERY SILK,
EMBROIDERY LINENS.QOLD THREAD, GOLD and STEEL BEADS. In
fact, everything1 pertaining to a first-class Art Department.
3HT WE DO STAMPING. TO ORDER.
Embroideries and Insertions
Cambric, Nainsook, and Swiss, in all widths and prices.
liANJUUU, awisa jinu miiwouua, in single, aouoic, ana cluster
tucks. From 006 to $2.50 a yari.
SOCIAL CHATTER ss: HOME TALK w
N'nliirnllv. Ihn mmlllir Gllisv CII-
nlli.ii litis iho eve on cv-!r.,mmnc,nt ubgtirblni; evc-rjliody.
Arthur Wall's ring e.ilto will Peck, Frederic Klamp, Ralph Font- ence Cooke. James .Inilil.
hands of Mrs. Svvanzy, nsslstcd hy'surely lie popular, u silver and per- tcr, S. M. Damon, Parks, Robert At- Mrs. Kllzalieth Clnucli was eloctcil
Mrs. Fred. Mncfarlatic, Mrs. Rocs, l.nps a solid Bold ring. The candy klnson, A. M. Hrown, Moses, II. von chairman of the Kiitcrtnlnnient Com-
and Mrs. Gcorgo Davlcs, will ho ono booth will ho manngctl by Mrs. S. G. Holt, J. 8. Walker, II. P. Wood, .1. M. mlttco unit the following patronesses
of the. most attractive. Mrs. 8nn-Wlldcr. Miss ile I'Artlgne will danro Rlggs, Lnntz, Geo. Smith, Fred. Mac- vvcra chosen: Mcsdamcs Walter 1
7y is having grent success In sollclt-jln her graceful manner many Span-I fiirlanci. Allan Herbert, Geo. Her- Fre.ir, Ilecs, Wadhnms, S. 11. Dole,
Ing her sofa cushions, and tho prices. Ish dances. Mrs A. IJ. Murphy not bert, K. D. Tenncy, KnKllsh, Sam Al- Geo. Cartel. .1, O. Carter. S. M. D.i-
charged will be moderate. Mrs. Ger-Unly has charge of .tho tickets, u ten, Geo. Carter, Klchnlin, J. II. Gait, mon, 1'. M. Swanzy. K. K. Wilder,
rlt Wilder Is In hnrgo of tho tea., task in lUelf, but vvlll sell peanut llornbciger. Fnrriiigton, Win. Love, Sam Parker, Pieil. MiiLfnrlanc, Roh-
Lttt Sutimlav one could Not onl Is the object one of the best garden assisted by Mrs. Swinburne, fortunes. Mrs. A bra ins has the loso C. (J. llotkus. IJ. M. Watson. Chns. crt I.ewois, Chas. Cooke, S.un Allen,
not lie Mis lloeilefelil. who in the world, but tho costumes must th0 wife, of tho Admiral. A largo' fortunes in ihnrsc. Tho Ihn doll Cooke, C. M. Cooko Jr.. Illrh.iid Mary Poster. Mott-Smlth, J. A. Kon-
miii inv ilm I'nm. ran ret iintiiral eiTccts In nature H
ff$ ,. UMi.ii lKnlw.iM.JuMt '""" The Club is r.ulto nn
WM I .1.14 1.... ... ,l. ..,.l..1 llfrt Imrn nfiil
hi II-mended artulr, tlio '""" ' "- "
swish of htlken skirt-) "Peclnllj Is It appreciated by tho
..boliiKpUMNiuth- In tho -nlfspa mid sweethearts ns well as
i.us of tne Hosts, aim ."""J "
VHii'. tnilutu-s .is well in stunning
mil in u v
won .i Milking froek of green and be planned, for cverjbody connected
while The Panama hit whs elicit- with tho affair will ovolvo some sort
ilul Willi a flovvlug green ell and of fane) chess, mostly of tho Komnn
tli ii.ii t iicrktte and bell were of esquu rh.iraitcr. The tickets, which
the Kime lvld lolor, even tu tho will be for sals nl the door of tho
hhius i ml liimli r it was espcLl.il-. ballroom, tile only for the dancers
J 1km utiilng. and elitftlc ono to a whole evening of
Tin- Inn ngr-i onto, lllled with com-' Hipping the light fantastic toe.
forlable seatH mid cosy rnineiS. mrtdo badges being given, so that one l.iu
n delightful plate for the uilTeo and, return at will,
lbiueuer The main pictures are 111 I The Gipsy Kncamptnent. which
good taste and those enlarged from will bo held on thp grounds. Is freo
Mr Alonro (laille)'tt ilocr orlglmiM In all. No admittance feo will bo
iiu sliiiil wiimlciful. the mfl wooTl- Lliargcd, but ou aro cxpoLtcil to pa
lam Menes, the uiouiil iln views as tionlzo the different booths, and you
well .i-i the (.easi.ipes nil speaking el- will want to when ou fceo them, so
nquenlly of u Imei of natuie who nttrnctlvo will they be. The sofa
cushion booth. In the
contingent of pretty girls daintily
dressed, will nlso bo much In cl
dencc at (his booth. A shooting gal
lery, lu charge of Mrs. 1 II. Hum
phrls, assisted by Mrs. Harry Slacfar
lane, Jr., and Mrs. Arthur Ilcrg, will
certainly be a successful novelty and
Mrs. Sidney M. llallou will be In
charge of tho Mower booth. Miss
lrmgard Schnofcr and Mrs. Glgnoux
will jircslde sver the- Ice-cream, cake,
nnd lemonade booths. Mrs. C. W.
Cnso-Deerlng nryJ Miss N. II. Wins
ton hate charge of the glngor-pop
nnd root beer. The clear nnd cigar
ette booth Mrs. Alice Hastings nnd
Mrs. I'm nlc Damon lime. In hand.
show, conducted by Mrs. Mary Cooke, Princess Kolnnlnnaolc, George ncdy, W. 11. Cnstlc, V. J. Lowrcy,
Gunn, will be. a feature of Iho cien-' Cooke, .1. A. McCnndlcss, 1 J. Low- Tenncy Peck, Allan Herbert, Dun-
lug ns well as the Postofflce. In
charge of Mrs. Scldon Kingsbury nnd
Mrs. William Cornwcll. Mrs. A P.
Taj lor. In charge of tho Icls, will
surely hnvo great success, mid Mrs.
Krnest Wutcrhousc. Mrs. 13. M. Wat
son and Mrs. James Juild will man
age the coffee nnd sandwiches. A
grab-bag, in charge of Miss Eliza
beth Sargent, assisted by Misses Hel
en nnd Allco Macfurlnne, will at
tract many, nnd tho postals are lu
chaigc of Mrs. II. Mlddlcdltcli. Miss-
guest-of-honor wcio Mis. Chmlej
Cooper. Mrs. Chillies Wilder, Mis.
Krnest Mott-Smlth, Mrs. Klrhnlm,
Mrs. Prancis Gay. Mrs. S. (1. Wilder,
Mioses Helen Alexander, Lily Paly,
An fnformal and delightful dinner
was given on Sunday evening li Mr.
and Mm. 1'icdcrlc Klamp. their
guests Including Major and Mrs.
Wadhams of Koit Shatter. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Wilder. Mrs. Philip
Andiews, und I)- Co for.
I Mrs. Gardner Wilder, accompanied
BY FRA EIBERTUS
Wiittcn in a sincere and kindly desire to help the younR who do not know, and the older ones who sometimes
Craft, grand or petty, is moral, financial, and spiritual skidoo for
any man who indulges in it.
Enthusiasm is a lubricant that makes the wheels of trade go
round; a erouch is sand in the bearings. Enthusiasm, like fac
tory melancholia, is catching.
Do not gossip, either in or out of the shop, about your employer's
business, nor complain, if things do not suit you, to your fellow
employes or the heads of outer departments, out go directly to
the head of your department and lay your troubles before him
He will adjust your grievances, ims is on ot tne tnings ne is
paid to do. , .. i. m.m.
The Savintrs-Bank Habit is not so bad as the Cab Habit not so
costly to your thinkery and wallet as the Cigarette Habit. The
man with the Savings-Bank Habit is the one who never gets laid
off; he's the one who can get along without you, but you cannot get
along without him. The Savinirs-Bank Habit means sound sleep,
good ditrestion, cool judgment, and manly independence. The most
healthful thing I know of is a Savings-Bank Book there are no
microbes in it to steal away your peace of mind. It is a guarantee
of good behavior.
The most mccious possession in life is good health Eat moderately, breathe deeply, exercise out of
doors, and get eight hourcf sleep.
Thoughtless, unnecessary defacing of walls, damage of furniture and fixtures or posted signs and notices, or
lccklcss use of supplies, creates a wasts in serious amount, and strays pretty close to that disregard of the
other man s property rights which the world reckons as msnonest. ,
Conversation r'-out thinijs not connected with the business should not be indulged in on "company time."
The house can .ml it but you can't.
If you woik for a man. in heaven's name, work for him, J If he pays w.ages that supply you bread and but
ter. work for him. sneak well of him. think well of him. stand by him. and stand by the institution he rep
icscnts I think if I worked for a man, I would work for him, I would not work for him a part ot his
time, but all of his time. I would give an undivided service or none. '.If put. to the pinch, an ounce of loy
alty is worth n pound of cleverness. '- If you must villify, condemn, and eternally disparage, why, resign
your position, nnd when you are outside, damn to your heart's content. But, I pray you, so long as you are a
part of nn institution, do not condemn it. Not that you will injure the institution not that but when
yon disparage the concern of which you aro a pait, your disparage yourself. and don't forget "I forgot"
won't do in business. . . . , . .. ...
rey, Albert ATong, Henry Along. &. nlng. V. A. Schnefer, Paul Iscnberg,
M. llallou, C. S. Hollow-ay, Gcorgo George Davles, .1. S. McGrcw, C. 11.
Iloss. Clifford Kimball. Wadhams, t'ooncr. II. K. Cooper. IJ. I. Spalding.
McCalluin. Lnnghornr, Paul Iscn- It, Ivcrs, Andrew Fuller. L. L. Mc- hy I.cr sister, Miss Home, has gosio
berg. C. du Ilol, Ull7iibcth ChurLh, II. Candless, .las. P. Cooke, H. Ullllng- l U'o Yoscmllc Valley. She ot-
lloward llumphrls, Alex. G. ltnwcs ,,, j. m. Dowsett, V. Halstead, C. pects to be married In three months'
Jr.. I-'. A. Schnefer. W. M. Graham, H. High, C. J. McCnrthy. 1,. A. time to Mi. Connchs, tho engagement
Miss Iloso Davison. Mrs. W. I,. Mooie, Thuiston, B. I-J. Paxton, Geo. C. Pot- having been announced bomo tlmo
.1. S. McGrcw. C. H. Cooper, C. II. ter. W. W. Harris. Geo. Ronton, M. . uso
Wood. Gcrrit Wilder. Jns. Wilder, M. Scott, IJ. Waterman, C. P. Inukea,
Geo. Davles, Sam Wilder, W. T. Lu- .las. L. McLean. W. A. Purely. A. I
cas, Chns. Wilder,. J. F. Morgan, Mary Clark, J. Popo Howolt, Jess M. Mc-
'(lunn. Dwlcht. Stsne. II. 11. Wll- Chosnev. W. W. Hall. Gerhudo Da-' with tho John W'ntci houses,
es Harris, Vera Damon, Allco Spald-.llains, Kopke, A. Lewis, K.ilph Ljon, mon, Randolph (Fort Shatter), W. cd to Judd aticct on Monday. Shu
Ing, Florence Gurrey. Tho badges A. Gaitloj, MIsj Winston, Mrs. Ud. M. Minion, McKlnstry (major), expects to make .1 Join ney to Uuiopa
Voting Hotel; Moses, Phillip An-. In tho spring.
drons, Abriuu S. Humphrey.
it -k I Mr. J. II. Thompson was the host
A very pretty luncheon was given of u pleasant dinner at the Alctnn
by Miss Cordlo Walker on Monday dcr Young Hotel on Tuesday. Ills
In honor of Mrs. Philip Andrews, guests weio Dr. mid Mrs. Sinclair,
who Is being so widely entertained. Miss Sprluks, and Mr. C. II. Tliomp
Those nsked to mcot tho charming win. ,
Mis. L'nicst Wntorhousc, who baa
been spending a week on Tantalus
for the dances are in th
Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mrs. Jnines
Wilder, Mrs. l.Mwnnl Teiincv, Mr.
James Wilder. Mr. Waiter Dilling
ham, nnd others will bo floor mali
ngers. Mrs. Alexander a. Hnvves Jr.
will rend tho past, present, nnd fu
ture from jour palms, nnd the band
has been loaned by Mr. Charles Hus
tftce. A printing establishment has
donated Ihn tickets.
Altogether, It will bo a grand af
fair and it Is hoped all Honolulu will
turn out for tho event. A honcflt for
the Humane Society, jievor heforo ap
pearing here, it ought to ha patro
nized hy hundreds. Tho object Is
magnificent the lessening of pain
and agony for ull dumb creatures, ns
well ns the little ones left helpless
and unprotected, Thq cases that
come to one's notice hero on this beau
tlful Island nro heart-rending, nnd
the little one can do to nllcvlato tho
Buffering animals nnd children
should strike a personal note, loud
All Honolulu Is asked tn respond
to tho nppeal of the Humnno Society
by patronizing tlio.aipsy fcto.
Tho Executive Commltteo Is com
posed of tho following: Mesdamcs
Walter Frcar, Recs, Swnnzy, Tenncy
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Tho budges j A. Gaitloj, Mlsi Winston, M
ho hands of, Pails, .las. Castle, A. N. Ca
llrinckerlinlY, Arthur Wall. 1 red.
Smith, A. A. Young. II. W. Anderson.
Mls3 A. Paris, IJ. C. Waterhoiihe,
Lowton-Ilraln, A. Ilottomley, P.
Frear, R. Reldfnrd, J. D. Oalnes, F.
Hush, 7.. K. Mjers, J. A. Kennedy,
Fred. Waldron, Walter Jones, Clar-
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
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