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Goods marked at cost and under to make room for shipment now on the way. FINEST WEAVES of the MILLS OF EUROPE SHOWN
IN THIS SALE. Every article represents a three to one value with the purchaser on the winning end. FACTORY PRICES.
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LADIES' SKIRTS in Silks, Serges,
.Voils and Fancy fixtures.
$18.00 Voil skhts $11.00
15.00 Voil skirts 9.50
12.00 Voil skirts 7.50
11.00 Serge skirts 7.50
9.50 Serge skirts 0.50
9.00 Serge skirts 5.75
.15.00 Black skirts, pleated.. 6.75
11.50 Black skirts, pleated.. 5.00
8.50 Black skirts, plcatid.. 4.00
9.50 Fancy Mixture 4.90
7.50 Fancy Mixture 4.50
0.50 Fancy Mixture 3.75
5.50 Fancy Mixture 3.50
$22.50 Black . . . : ".$11.00
16.00 Black i 8.50'
15.00 Black 8.00
LADIES SKIRTS IN P. K.. DUCK,
LAWNS, LINENS, ETC.
$ 3.90 Skirts , $2.90
3.50 Skirts 2.75
2.00 Skirts 1.15
1.75 Skirts 90
LADIES' BLACK TAFFETA UNDER.
$11.50 Skirts $ 7.25
10.00 Skirts 5.75
9.50 Skirts 5.00
LONG COATS and JACKETS
SAMPLE LINE OF LADIES' LONG COATS IN CRAVENETTE, FANCY
MIXTURES AND COVERT CLOTH
$20.00 COATS, Closing Out Price .
15.00 COATS, Closing Out Price.
14.00 COATS, Closing Out Price.
9.00 COATS, Closing Out Price.
LADIES' JACKETS IN PLAIN BLACK AND FANCY MIXTURES.
$10.00 JACKETS, Closing Out Price.,
7.C0 JACKETS, Closing Out Price. .
SUITS and BELTS
LADIES 'SUITS IN DUCK AND LINEN; PINK, BLUE, TAN & WHITE.
$10.00 SUITS, Closing Out Price $'7.25
8.50 SUITS, Closing Out Price
7.50 SUITS, Closing Out Price
5.75 SUITS, Closing Out Price
LADIES' BELTS IN ELASTIC WEB, KID, SILK, LEATHER, ETC.
50c.r 75c.t and $1.00 BELTS, Closing Out Price 25c. Each
90c, $1.00. $1.25, $1.50 BELTS, Closing Out Price 50c. Each
$2.00 SUEDE BELTS, Closing Out Price 75c. Each
Al9 J5JjOJy.L) Opposite Catholic Church
Benefit Concert for
the Italian Sufferers
Tlio coming benefit, the entire pro
ceeds of wlilcti will to presented to
Consul Schncfer for tlie Sicilian Biif
fcrers, Iius caught the, town. It was
ii happy thought of Mrs, McLennan
to present her pupils of the Kllohnn.i
Dramatic Circle nml who nro cnthu
Hlntitlc workers In tlio ennso. The ut
most diligence In being displayed to
make the dramatic fenture ot the
c onlng n success, and too much
ptaixc cannot he given the Indies and
gentlemen who will give hoth View.
uroito n Honolulu nudleneo nnd nt
the same time lend a helping hand to
the victims, of the world's greatest
catastrophe. It Is to lie hoped Hint
11 larcn lltteilfl.ltll-ii will iilmi-nHiiln
. " I ...In .f lin I...... I.. II.
tlio efTorlH of thosy who-nre sparing , ..".miuiu. Among
neither ; time nor tumble to swell V.'.'"" ,rc',il wuru Countess Soniil.
Mr. Schaefor's fund, The ladle-, of ' chr. who sail In tlio Manchuria,
lITn'Kllcihiina Art ..enir.ii, In ....i-Him-I ","1 MrR- I,arr' Mncfallane. thl.
lar .tm romlnr I,. H.rnnt n ,..,.,. ?'80H Mncfnrlniio. Mr. Will Until. Mr.
nessos anil ticket-buyers nnd many
hook Is Indicated best In his
brief foreword, which, with other ex
trnrtv from ilin linnlr In l-ntiriwliirpil
( , .-
j through the courtesy of the publish
"It la worthy of remark," writes
Mr. Crownlnshlcld, "Hint during tlio
past decade, both In Amcrlcn nnd In
England, sudden and violent changes
,have Bomcwhnt ruffled the placid wa
ters of polite society. There now
J- Ul.JIXSia Ut'WgBl.lL-L':. 1J.W.JA.
own people of wonlth nnd position who nnd the hostess can thon send tho'
.society ladles nro sending their names
:w patronesses. Mrs. Frear's nnno
heads tho list, while Mre, S. II. Dolo's
kind encouragemont was much es
teemed. As this la tho first boneflt
for tho sufferers nnd where cicryono
win belli by purchasing n ticket or
more, from BO cunts to I, It Is to bo
hoped thoro wjll be a packed house.
Tho following Is the program In
part' to bo given:
Ovcrturo .... Mr. Vlerra's Orchestra ih lighted with his filn and wl 1 sinelv
DRAMATIC SKKTCII conic ngaln In tho near future.
"Olio Touch of N'aturo Makes the
Wliolo Woild Klu" MrB nobcrtton. of the Moana hotel,
Constance Miss Alice Spalding entertained nt dinner for ton on Tlitirsi
Mr. Holder C. II. Dickey dny night. I.ti Kranco loses undo a
Mr. Fletcher Mr. II. Relnccko lovely conterpleco aipl tho electric enn-
Impersonation Miss Sprlnlu dies wero sh ide.l In rose color. Mrs.
Intermezzo, "Mitdrllcna" (compos- Itobertsnn's ,tofi pink frock was very
ed by Mrs. Hlvcnburgh) beponilng mid i-ho was ;i perfect host-
Royal Knwalhau Olco Club oks. The giicili Include I Countess
llnltony Scene, "Romeo nnd Juliet' Srnnl M'. and M-s. H.irry Mncfarlano,
Juliet Miss Alice Spalding Ih "'-I"- MI'i Alleu Macfarhno, Mr.
Romei Miss Rny Hell "i"?-n 'd-mm m l.os Angolox, Mr. A.
Vwal Solo, "Alln Stella Conlldcn- ' C. Atkliiin:i Mr. Will Roth, Mr.
Mrs. Allco Hastings nml her charming
daughter, Sir. nnd Mrs. C. W. C. Deer
Ing, Dr. and Mrs. Collins, Dr. and Mrs.
Judd, MrB. Ernest Wntcrhoiiso. Mr. conditions of life hne naturally nc-
nnil Mrs. Ilrnlnord Smith, Mrs. Spencer towltateil new methods of roclal pro
Illckcrton nnd son. Miss Agnes Smith, ccdiirc. The telephone, co-education,
Mrs. W. Montroso Ornhnin, Mr. llocn, wireless telegraphy, motor enrs, mil
Mrs. Kllen Weaver, Mrs. Uoedcfeld, llonnlics, bridge whist, women's
Mr. Allan Will to nnd daughter, Mr. 'lights, Sehrry's, cocktnlls, four-day
Harold Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph liners, plnnolns'. steam hent. dlrcct
Korster, Dr. Armltugo, Countess Senuiolre gowns, dlrlglblo balloons, and
l)r. and Mrs. Herbert, Miss Roso Her- talking machines have all contrlbu
bert, Mr. Hufus Spalding. Miss llehi, tcii t0 an nstoiilsbing social metnnior
Mr. and .Mrs. Foster, Miss IrmgirJ il0ts
Schncfcr, Miss Elsa Scliacfcr, Mr. Will
Roth. His Work of Charity
"Curiously enough, no book of etl-
On Thursday there was n good gamo nuctlo has taken count of tbeso vlo-
of tenuis nt tho Tcnney'H nnd tho host- lent changes, Theio Is literally no
ess served lea nt the court, which Is i ll.icdckcr for this nowly discovered
country, fruitful nnd enchanted, 1st-
nuds havo been sighted, but have,
nlas, lemnlned uncharted.
"It Is, theieforc, with mntlvcs of
generosity, charity, nnd kindness thn
this llttlo gudlo lias been prcpurcit
by tlio benevolent nuthor.
"It will bo found to contain con
cise rules of deportment for all tho
inoio Importnnt social ceremonies
from a totc-a-toto to a betrothal, a
picnic to u funeral, n partlo-carrec to
n divorce, nitf ushors' dinner to u
Turkish bath nnd n pjauo lecltal to
n rout. It nlso co'nfuliis excellent ad
vice on tho choli u of a motor car, n
summer residence, u .fo, or u brand
Mr. Crownlnshleld's opening chap
ter Is on the counirv bouse, which,
nccording to tho author's definition,
h "an crtnbllshmcnt imilntalued by
JUL I I 1
have banished fiom their home cijclo guests In according to their llsto-1
the old ideas of family life, tho) quotations,"
A Scale of Tips
"When jolt spend Sunday In tho
country the proper schedule of tips
fur the servants Is as follows .....
many otheis. .Mrs. Tciiney Is an ad
mirable hostess and her affairs aro al
A surprise dinner wns given Judge
Wllllnms on Wednesday evening nt the
Moana hotel, which was gotten up by
Mrs. Elizabeth Church, nud participat
ed In by novel nl guests. Judge Wil
liams was not only thoroughly sur
prised but delighted at this tcstlmonlr-:
of his popularity. He sailed on Thurs
day nn.l cxprebted himself perfectly
lo ' Eleanor M. Itlvcnhurgh
Violin ohllgnt'o: Mrs. ingulls.
I'luno accompanist: I'rof. Ingnlls
Recitation, "Tho Chnrgo of tho
Irish llrlgnde". . .Mrs. Mcl.cnnnii
Ml ur t p,ih, n;;.
Mr Hh-t' Mltehcock and a party
er vruin mm 'iivo In en camping In
Urn Wnlmio niountilus this week.
Violin Solo !!'.... Mrs. Ingnlls VWr" i'r"T",na aru mbt "Kreeablo.
."I mi, uiiniuircK is ii joiiy nost, nnu
knows bow to make tho time pass acceptably.
Accompanist: I'rof. Ingnlls
Vocal Solo. .Mrs.' Ilruco McV. Mackall
"Tiro Rosary" (malo quartet) X.
, Mossrs. Cowes, Kerr, Clnrkc, Knal
Selection Synilihoiiy Orchestra
JiTho program will conclude with n
pipvokcr of mirth called "Mrs.
Sirs. Oakley Miss Whltford
Couslaiicc Miss Marlon Orcen
Mary Mlsa Bprlnks
Hminn Mrs. W. M. Ornhnm
Among tho patronesses who hnvc sp u ilnj the li'lldiys
given their nnmes up to date aro the .
following: Mrs. W. I'. Frear, Mrs. Miss I etltl i Morgan Is being given
Mutt-Smlth, Sirs. S. II. Dole, .Mrs. II. today a mpeib luncheon nt her father's
1 Dillingham, Mrs. r' A. Schaofor, residence on ICmmn sticct.
Mrs. I-'nrKlnr. Mm vnn Unit. Mm ft. '
Montague Cooke. Mrs, C. W. Cnso- , n,r' rl"IP"rts of tho Aornngl was
uuoiiy grceiing ins niimcious friends
The Conpp- rn -l."niei Tit thn I'cnlll
sill! Is the Fren of u very Jolly party
this week, a inunher of vniini; neoplo
Klvlivr a week'n picnic there rlnicr
micil by Mrs. Tirletou.
Mr. an 1 Jin, Francis Swnuzy and
Mrs. It, Swniir;- nro expected from tho
tilrini tnd-ij whoro they havo been
hearth side, tho lomplng little- oijes,
and tho studious evenings under tho
At a Week's End
"At u week-end pnrtj, when .tho Chauffeur -i. .......... $10.
Bervant calls you In the morning hnd Hutler ... 10.
Informs you that your bath Is run- Coachman r.
nlng, It Is modish to sink off to sleep Footman S.
nnd allow the bntlj to overllow. I As Vnlot i i.
toon ns you aro wide nwakc m.iIo ccr Cook . 00.
tain to turn off tho clectrli- light and Maid -. 2.
demand from tho servnnt a brandy Chnniheimald- i. 2.
nnd Boda. After this uraier jou may Strapper l.
light n clgarctto and send tho fAot- Groom 2.
man for breakfast and n cigar. U Is
also a wlio precaution to osU tor) nil
tlio morning papers ft- otherwise tlio
other guests nlay Fccuro sonic ' of
them. , I
FAMOUS OPERA MANAGER AND
GIRL WHO SUES HIM FOR $100,000
"Should you, however, hnvo but
?:0 with Jim, you hnvo but to tako
n vnrv i.nn, tfulti in u-ltll, nnan 11, n
"Parlor tricks pre great ssoU; n b w appeared, and
wee l-en, er. To most ,K,pul,(r nro
lov ng tho ..-al. and e.us. crMklnR ,,, rcS(mrceflll chelor may ., so dc
the knuckles disjoin Ing the thumbs. , ulIlll,cll8ato the limllI, lf ,
Ht lining on tho head, tenrlng n pack ,..,., ,
. , , , , i , i, i"" pretly. bj n few peasant words
o enrds, and dancing iv ci.awr- i. ,... I., . , ,
J1 ' of upprrclatlon ns to her beauty and
"Tho niillmr ii(Jir'lu-ochlirc re- liy chucking her under tho chin, us U
spectfutly suggests tho fnllowlug invariably done on tho stage In comic
pcbcmo of TAmerlcau1 ,illiiiicrprccc opera.
denco: Let nn pperni box count, (5 , "If our visit has been for n week
points; steam jncht, r; town hoiiso, the above tnblo of lips should btdls-
5; country house, 4t motors, :t each; regarded. At the end of such a visit
ovcry million dollars. I; tjara, Ij ou bad best hand thn housekeeper a1
good wine cellar, 1; ballroom In town letter of liitioductlon to your lawyer,
house. 1; n known grandparent of together with u list of your securl-i
either sex, ,1-2; culture, 1-8. Ily ties, and nllow bor to sue your estate
this system a woman of culture with for the gratuities. I
four known grnndpariints'itiid u mil- "(If you nro romo from Pittsburg'
lion dolliis will haV( u ttital nf 4 l-)f. enre should bo taken to double, tho
She will, of course, bo forced to fol- nbovo table of tips.)" I
low In tlio wnko of a lady with a Quito tho best thing, however, In
town house nnd a tiara (6). who. In tho chapter on country houses Is a
tin n, will trail nfter a woninii with a suggestion fur what Mr Ciownln-
sbleld terms n "bread-and-butter let
ter or pleaser."
"Mr. Dear Mrs. Weekcnde." runs
housekeeper niny nirnngo the totals the formula, "how kind you weio to
steam yacht and two motors (11),
'I ho highest Known totnl Is about
100; tho lowest, a'jout 1-8. Tho
Dcerlng, Mrs, E. I. Spalding, Mrs.
I.. E. McCamlles's, Mis, James C.iatlo,
Mrs. Louis Alliums, Mis. I.. C. Abies,
Mis. Tenney, Mrs, A. N. Campbell,
Mrs. McOrow, Mrs. C. II, Cooper, Mrs,
Kingsbury, Mrs, 'W. A. Hoppor, Mis.
Augur, Mrs. W. M. Ornhnm, ' Miss
Sprlnks, Mrs. A. (!. Hnwea Jr.. Mrs.
Orcen. Mis. Hell, Mrs. Elizabeth
"Mrs. Wlgiw nf tho Snbbago I'atch"
all day Thursday.
WHAT IT COSTS TO
JOIN THE SMART SET
HV NlXOIiA"GREELHV SMITH
To hold tho mirror up to socloty Is
nn. altogether different and more dir
tlcillt matter than holding It up to
Yet Francis W. Crovnlnshleld In
diew n largo nudlenceg ngaln on Frl- ',ls ''nok' Mnnne tor tho Metropo-
day evening, who cilml and laughed lit lls: A" L"trl,,lco Ko' to the Fantas-
tho IrroHlstlblo situations In that won- "'' Ijfo of ,ho 400'" J"3t Published
ileiful llttlo play. The different parts l,J' n- Apploton & Co., has dono this,
weio cleverly taken, and tho pathos "ml miul( Iv'ow Yorl 'ho merrier lor
nnd humor appealed ullrectly to the R heen nml clover satire.
lunrt. Thero wero many well known I "' Crnwnlnslili'ld'H guide to the
flices In tho ninllcnce. among others j "100 It claims to bo nothing else
belnj; Judge Henry Cooper, who was la frankly philanthropic In character,
chaperoning n be)- of pretty girls, Hut undoubtedly the scope of his
used the best German
beers since he was a
one that is sort and
mild and pleasant to
the taste and in the absence of "after
German beers arevery like our
own PRIMO BEER in their full, rich
flavor and sparkling life without the
"bitter" taste found in so many Ameri
Drink Primo Befer-for Health
(Miss Frances Leo, tho beautiful and ambitious young woman who ac
cuses Oscar Iliimmcrstclii, tlio noted linpressarlo, of falling to keep
nn alleged contract to ninko iTor nlgrnnd, opera Btar, hnB revived her
cnso nnd sued Mr. Ilammersteln for $100,000. damages. Sho has
pioduccil Bonio tender letters which tho alleges thp manager wroto
to her during tho years thoy wro on friendly terms and while, ac
cording to her petition, sho was firmly and fondly bollovlng that
Bomo day she would outshine M cilia, Iibla, or any of tho world-famous
prima donnas attached to Mr. Ilummersteln'a opera staff. Mr.
Ilammersteln. who possesses a raio sense of humor, frankly says ho
was very fond of MIbs Lee and that the' Icttcra were only tho ex
pressions of his temperamental nature )
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open tho gates of Ilcavon nnd gholllut never nt dlnncrB."
11n ll...l II. I- ll - .. ' ... . .. .
..u L.,,,1. iiiuu Hiiiupso oi rarauiae. i "it n bachelor receives a tiinnor in-
Would you bo good enough to nbk
tho valet to send mo my cup? I'cr
haps, too. tho footman could for
ward my golf clubs, which 1 entlroly
overlooked In the hurry of departure.
If not too much trouble perhaps1 you
will ask tho maid to express mo my
sponge hag, llsteiinc, nnd razor strop,
"With renewed thanks. I njn, dour
Mrs. Weekeiulc, yours slncoroly,
"I S, I am returning to you. by
express, the woodlnnd violet bath
salt, tlio photograph frame, tho bed
vltatlon from people who nro not
ronlly 'In tho swim,' people, let us
say, like old friends, classmates, anil
business nRSociates, who are, so In
speak, 'on tho green, but not dead
to tho bole,' he should simply toss It
Into the fire. This plan will prevent
any inuro Invitations from so undo-t-lralilo
a quarter. Wero ho to answer
these people polltufy, they would cei1
tnlnly annoy lilni ngaln nt n later
dale Itcmenibor .that the coward
docs'lt with' a kiss, "the brave man
with a sword."
room clock, the silver brushes, tho , Two Modiih Excuws '
not-watcr bag, nnd the two sachet "When you.' nro over half nn hour
cobcs which your servant mistook for lute at dinner 'it Is, woll to have nn
my property." Vxcusc. Thero nrc, Just now, only
Etiquette of Dinners tw modish excuses;
After country houses Mr Cnmiilii- "First, you -wore nrrcMcd for
shield tnk'cs up tho otlnuotto of din-1 speeding your motor; second, jou
ncrs. Among his ninny humoious sug
gcstlons perhaps those which follow
niny bo found most generally useful.
"Nothing adds so much to an up
penranco of savolr f.ilre as tho art ot
gracefully lemovlng from a dinner or
iivonlng party a gentlemaii whrphns
Imbibed, not wl.rly but too well. Tho
ronecl method Is to ask tlio butler
to Inform him that n lady wishes to
wero playing bridge and every hand
scorned to be a spade or n club."
Tho difficult subject of precedence
Is. disposed of by Mr Crnnnlnshleld
fn tho Ingenious suggestion which
"In Kngland tlm matter of prece
dence nt dinners is simplicity itself,
Tho mverelgn precedes an Ambassa
dor, who precedes tho Archbishop of
speak to him on the telephone, When Caiiterhur), who precedes tho Karl
he has left tho room, spring upon hliu ' Mnishal. who precedes a Duke, whu
precedes an l!arl. n M.-uquI, n Vis-
Tuuiit. a lllshop, a llarnn, etc.; but
ii, America the matter Is n much
In the hull and chivy him into
"riouKii sticks nnd powder puffn
may bo used by ladles nt luncheons, more perplexing one,
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i. K.Mr. f.f