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KVKNINO lin.I.KTIN'. HONOhUM', T. H , SATl'RDAY, JAN. 23, 1909.
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in lingerie and tailored effects. The best fitting and most
popular tailored want on the market..
SPRING STYLES 10R 1909 now here; excellent as
sortment and moderately priced.
MADRAS TAILORED SHIRT WAIST, from 51.50 up.
LAWN TAILORED WAISTS, from 551.50 up.
LINEN TAILORED WAISTS, from $1J.50 up.
LINGERIES, all embroidery front and back, ?2.75.
All the-vcry latest styles. ,
FOR FEBRUARY NOW ON SALE.
for February is a very interesting- number. Subscribe now
only !j?1.00 per year.
iHII.UHI:N"S parties nro nhvn
a Jo eon In Hie "crown tipx"
Ijii t seldom docs nil unattuched
bachelor hno the success with
i In- llttlo ones which nlwnjsi
attends Mr. Walter Ollllii'-;-biiin.
He senilis to tiu a siieclal fnur
lie ami on Sunday last the party which
he wave at "Wnodlnwn" for a few fav
ored children will never lie forgotten '
by then, ul least foi niindnrfiil toys
were gheii oach little gue-it and nil
fiom that famous Kuiporlum In Now
York "Scliwntse" a orllublo Hill-
, droit's paradise once mi a Listing
joy. Mr. Dillingham's sni:4l guusls
were so excited they could linrdl) wait
for the liicchnnlcal toys to be wound.
mid when they finally did peiforin,
htlcli shrieks of laughter and clapping
jv of hunds! Illio inanuuas and pu,j,-
' cntorod Into the siilrlt of tho afternoon
cud tli'o Ices, cakes ami sneuts weie
partaken of with much gusto Mr. nilil
Mra. DIIIIiikIiuiu, Sr., were most hulp-
fill In looking after the gnosis, and u
jolly lump mi tho lawn concluded a
I delightful afternoon.
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E. University Club Ball
V. I'lahoriUo preparations are now
jr' well uiuler. way for tho annual rccop-
(( tfiiu and ball of tho University Club.
' which will bo held on February utii.
ft nnil which pionilees to maintain its i
V, rrpiitatlon us the Kicalest social tunc- '
S- t Ion of the winter. Gloat lutercbt Is '
K being shown In an(lcli:itl()ii of this
9, (timing evutit. and already dinner par
ties tire being planuod for that night
u- iiftci wlili li tho guebta will adjourn
I' in iijoy the hospitality u( this popu- i
lar club. ' '
, The lecltnbwhlch Mr. Hiiro Hcrzor
M'cnvu at the Castlo Memorial on
I. Tuesday netilng, at which his pupils
jj' were presented, was pnitiful'irly Hue
s' icskful in every icspoct. Society was
k well i ('presented and the piogrnm
rs was listened to with much interest,
I frequent npplauso being given the
T pupils Miss Irmgitrd Schaofer ron-
tiered "Ave Mai la" In n delightful
p liiiiiiiiiT and her lmproveinent was
't eiy noticeable. Veinon Tcnnoy waa.
fc tit his best In Can In Jacobs Ilimil'i
(iimi tonRs, and .Miss 1:1 In WlKht, Ml
iiliti lool.lni;, uiadu n distinct hit.
"Vllluni'llu." icndcied by Mlbs Con
KtaiKe Itcstailcl;, n.ive gieat pleasure
itnd Mr. Christian Jenkins was nil-
111 I . fllil.i. Imlltfr Iti ovnnllnnl l..it.i mill
R """' """ir. ....... .wn. ....
i KluglllK Willi mill II si) le Mlhs Kalpil
ft, fift'iina's nuinirpr was veiy pleasing,
.and Mm. Hugo Hcrier sang 'Undo'
'In u cultivated iiianuur. Mr. Cailos
Caceres played brilliantly anil tho
-tintlro piogrnni was iciideieil wltli
much eclat. Mr. Herzcr may well
tfcjil pioud of hlB pupils and of his
own well-oaincd success.
Oovoruor and Mrs. Frear's lecoptlon
on Monday ufloiiiunn wus woll at loud
tit not only by Ihu lownspeopjo, who
turned out In goodly ntinibuii) 'to wnl-
Cfiine I ho lioveinor tint uy n inige
number of touilbts, who who ehurmud
wth tho Blmplq but .gracious hospital
I'ty of tlii gubernatoil.il mansion. Mrfe.
Sldlilioii II I'hllllps, of Salem. Muss.,
, wIiimo liiislijud used to bo Attoiiiey
kOcucial liciu many yeari. ago, and Mrs.tlie decorations was plnl; and grcon,
"ij i.'.a j :
George A Ilatchclder, of Menlo l'ark.1
Cal . Mrs 11. V Dillingham and Mrs I
Krdmnii. JiiiIko Lindsay recohed tho'
guests nt the iloor and lio was assist-
- '' by Mr. Wnltor DlllliiKhnui. Mr.
r ruiirlH M. Rwuiizy ismicd tea nnil
Mrs. McChcw presided at tho coffuu
table. Others helping weie Mrs. 1.
I' Kiear, who has recently returned
lr""1 " ''!' to tho coast, Mrs. Hutch
Ins. Mr. and Mrs. Hcmciiwuy, Mr. Kite
num. illsji's Jessie Kennedy. i:nld
Sutton, .Muriel lluwntt. The rooms
weie piettlly ileciuated with cut flow
era and greens ami on Jho ten table
wns an artistic arrangement or plnl;
begonias. Governor l'rear Is looking
ery well and heeined dclluhlcd to be
On TueHil.iy, Kcbniaiy 2nd, at 12
o'clock noon, the wedding ceremony
of .Mb a Allien ijlnip&ou and Mr. Lewis
H. DnJeiwood will .is ifoleinnlzed nt
Ht. An.liew's Cntla-di'.il by Ituv. Win.
II. Ulisr. llolh of Hie young people
wo try well known. MlBs'filuipsou
is the daughter of Mm. T. A. Himpson
of l.uualllo btrcet and Is uuu of Hono
lulu's pi city uud poimlnr young widely
belles. .Mr. Underwood Is thu bon of
Capt. K. It. Underwood of thu schoon
er Hubert l.uwcis and has been con
Heeled with the firm of hewers &
Cooku lor a iiiiniber of years. Ho Is i
M'iy opu:ar among the boating and
yiicliilng rlulis, being a member of tho i
Myiile Heat Cinb uud tho Hawaii I
Vnchi Club, and is also one nf the of- '
!(ers ol the lucul lodge of Elks. I
Mr end Mri. Augustus KnudHcii
have cngudl tho cottago at Ihi 1'lean
iiituii fiom J.I lr nary 1st mid will re
main tluee months. This is pleaiiant
I ewa lor their fi lends, for they are do
fct'iU'iKy very popular. Tho l'lcasan
ton Is full lo the limit nnd people aro
vbeliig turned away d.ily. The need of
Iho Auuy Is keenly felt, nnd tho pie
limlnaiy woik of building Is' being
lushed and tho nuw house Is expected
to bo opened by tho last of February.
Pocloi nnd Mrs, Jlrnest Vntcr
huuso in o giving n large picnic ut
Wallelo today, which begins with af
ternoon ten nt four and bupper at
iifven-thlity. llridgo, music, and, of
(mi iso, it plungo in the famous pool
will bo homo of tho Joys. The enter
tainment is ghou In honor of Mr. i
I'Vitnk' W'nllacp, tho well known rub
ber king, who Is u guest of the '.i
terhoUM'S. Tho dlunei'i which Mr. nnd Mrs. (' !
V. Case Deeilug gavo on Sunday was
i' very agreeable affair and the table
nillsllcaUy decorated Willi the gin?-i
fill branches of the pink Ilougaliivltlea
was most effective. Tho guests Includ
ed Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Dr.
und Mrs Vli tor Collins, Mr. and Mra
II awes, J r
Doctor and Mih. Cllffoid Wood
gave a (linn, i ,ii i lioir lesldence on
Thin stiiti uMMiue on Wednesday oven
lug, the guests Including Mr. and
Mm. Tfjnnoy I'm h, Mr. nnd Mra. O
lledoinaiin, Mi. and Mis. t (1. Hal
leutyiip, Mis l.ouke, nnd Miss Jofie-
phlnu Locke. The color Kchenio of
Special Sale of White Goods
v Beginning Monday, Jan. 25th A
A Money-SaAing Event; Big Cuts in Prices to Clear Out
Lawn Stripe and Lace
Striped, Figured and
Dotted and Figured White Lawns
& Figured White Mercerized Goods
30c & 35c quality - 20c yd
Goods on Display in our Fort St.) Window
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
bcnutlfully carried out, nnd tho cut
glass chandeliers held candles shaded
In pink. All the electric lights wcro
turned off, and the candles, softly
glowing, made an exquisite effect,
hand painted place cards, depleting
Itnlluu scenes, were given ns souve
nirs. The entertainment which the Elks
will give next Friday evening Is be
ing prepared for with n will, nnd
many new and amusing songs may be
expected. Mr. Cuiiha Is drilling ev
ctybody and that In itself should spell
success, i:erybody should turn out
or tho evenings of February 4th nnd
Mr. and Mis. Frederic Lowrcy gavo
n delightful dinner at their town
residence on Tuesday evening. Tho
ginccful branches of tho pink hybls-,
tus errectlely adorned tho tables perfect. Tcu uud sandwiches' on tho
end nn unusually pleasant evening huint concluded n ery pleasant nx
wns passed In tho ipol looms, tho ptrlentd. Among thotb presont wore
If you don't "KNOW" Primo
Beer, you have missed a great deal.
But things 'like indigestion, in
somnia and loss of appetite haven't
missed YOU. Oh, no! !
A Bottle of Primo Beer is
the Best Company at 'Dinner
Drink Primo All the Time
12 !-2c yd
fresh breezes blowing directly on ,tlio
house, owing to Its perfect situation.
The guests Included Judgo and Mrs.
Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kltn
Imll, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Sutton, Miss Sut
ton, nnd tho thrco runs of the hour)
Lowrey, FiedorlcK Sherwood, and
The ten hour ut the Mouna Hotel
Is eagerly looked forwnrd to and Mrs.
I.'llzabcth Church, who mi gincetully
presides, Is the moving spirit, mound
which everyone revolves, She has
ctitnlnly-nuide a success of her un
dcitiiMng and everybody Is very good,
for she has hosts of ft lends,
There was a Jolly surfing party nt
the Moan a Hotel on Sunday, which
sailed tho breakers in grnnd stylo.
Thoro weie swimming tests nnd tho
wcter, so bluo and clear, was voted
the finest Jbcer, on
Brocaded and Satin Finish
Brocaded and Matejasse
45c and 50c quality - 35c yd
Embroidered Swisses, figured and
Opp. Fire Station
Mrs. AsMey Hobert8on,.Mrs. Eliza-
beth Church, Mrs. Leads, Mlsi.es Ilel-
m Glrvin, Madge JlcCnndless. Uba
ice; captain S hemes, Lieut. Kllgore,
Lt. Moses, Lt. Parker, Lieut. Undci
wood, Lieut. Uhoremley.
Miss Josephine Locke, who Is stop
ping at the Ward cottage. Is having
n great success with her lectures and
art classes. She Is n magnetic speak
er nnd thoroughly understands her
subject mid the nrt of imparting her
knowledge In tho most beneficial
It was a verltnblo garden of girls
nt the luncheon which Miss Walker
gave on Tuesday In honor of MJss
Leslie Wight. Hoses exquisitely
adorned the tabic nnd rose place
rards added a dulnty touch. Miss
Walker, bo stately and elegant, Is a
perfect hostess, and Miss Leslie
Wight, In pale blue, was .exceedingly
protty and attractive. Thu' guests
Auto and Street Cravcqettc Coats
In all desirable' colors, stylib and absolutely water
proof. None' better.
The New De Bevoise Corset Cover and
Made of fine Batiste, slightly boned on each side, es
pecially designed for stout people, lace trimmed.
PRICE 5. '
meet Fashion's latest decree; com
fortable, cool, and hygienic.
so light that you cannot feel it in
the 'hair. 'PRICE 25o.
Special for Monday
LINEN ''FINISH. SHEETS, size 81x90; $1.00 quality
Included tfle Usses.KllaJVIht, Ttjc;
Margaret Castle, Vera Damon, Orus,
Claire iveuey.- . (
MIbs Harriet Hatch, daughter of
Judge and Mrs. Hatch, nnd one of tho
gieutly feted debutantes this season,
was herself" hostess at u largo lunch
eon, when her guests were Misses
Weeks, Caroline Muriny, Sadie Mur-
ay. Aleshlre, Ijingfltt, Yvonne Town
sind, Howry. Jlenrlcttn Fitch, Down
ing, Humphrey, I'lchon. Tnlbot, Mull
land. Marshall, (Jarllngton, Lilian
Duncan Ilaxter, Mlchle, Davis, Bucha
nan, Leech, nnd the Misses Stuncy.
On Sunday last Mr. C. A. Urown en
tcrtulncd a jntrty of I'luasanton guests
nt Hnlelwa. Tho strnngers wcro on
inptured with tho hotel and surround
ings. Among tho guests wore Col. nnd
Mrs. ailbort, Mr. and Mjs. T. N. Uoy
or of Chicago; Mr. nnd Mrs. II. 8. Os
good, of Cnmbrldgo, .Mass.; Dr. und
Miss van Orden.'of Alameda Dr. van
Onion, by tho way, returned to. tho
const this week, but his sister will re
main Bevcrnl weckB longerd. They nro
both delighted with Honolulu, and In
lend to send ninny friends here.
Among tho pretty dinners of tho
week was that of 'Miss llernilne Krupp
nt tho Monmr hotel on Monday oven
lug. ARters In faint tones of pink or
namented tho able nnd tho greens and
electric candles contracted very woll.
The blind musician, Mr. Cesncros,
played In the drawing-room nftor din
i.er most delightfully, and Miss Krupp
wus thanked for the iilensuro hs bril
liant purforniancu uave. Tho guests
Included Mr. nnd, Mrs. Lcwtoii-Uraln,
Mr. and Mrs. James Cockburu, Mrs,
Allan Uottoniley, Miss Orecn.
There wus n very plonsant gather
ing at Hosebank on Tuesday nftor
roon, the (occasion being the birth
day of Mrs. ltobertson, tho mother
of Mrs. Schaefer, who attains the
nge of eighty-five. Most rare and
exquisite Mowers were constantly ar
riving and Mrs. ltobertson, so active
und charming, was at her best, nnd
thoroughly enjoyed the ten given In
her honor, Mr. and Mrs. Schaefcr's
gucitBlucluded members of tho fam
ily und Intlmuto frionds.
Tho I'lcuBnnton budget Is ns fol
lows: Mrs. C. S. Wight of Kohnln Is
domiciled there. Shu tutiirued in tho
Aormigi from a tilp (o Australia. Mr.
end'Mrs.- Percy Hodges, Mr. and Mrs.
M, Smith and .sous arrived In tho Mu
hena nnd ua to bo guests nt thu
I'leasautou for sovoral weeks, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Sidney Hnslott of Alameda ar
rived on tho Lurllue. Others who aro
thoro Include Mr. and Mrs. II. s. Leo
of Qulncpy, Cal., and Mrs II W. Ten
fold, of London, Knglnnd.
Lieut. Kllgoio will soon create a.
sensation with his, motor boat, which
will arrive shortly u signal piobubly
lor many muiu to follow.
Mis. M. M, Scott was Iho clinrnilnu
nnstess ot n luncheon on Wc
lr honor nf Mra Ivaku ... i . .
ii. iiiinur (ii aiis, iver and Mih. Ilyilo
Biniin. 'tiiu largo ceuternieeo of ,n..
were gtvcn-en'ch guest." Those' present
Included Mrs Andrew Fuller, Mrs. der
ail WIldHr. Mrs. Kobcrt Atkinson, Mrs.
Hichnrd' Iters, Mrs. Edward Tentiey.
Mrs. Wnlbrldge. Mrs. Hlrney.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S, Walker ga n
uretty llttlo dinner on Sunday, tho
J gucBls Including' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Urown, Mr. nun -Mrs. iiruiiieru niuiiu,
Mr. und Mrs. Hubert Atkinson, Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. (l. Wilder, Mr. Walter Dilling
Doctor vnn Ordcn wasui passenger
on tho Alameda after n nery delight
ful visit here, lie, im well as his sis
ter, Miss vnn Ordcn, who remains for
n few weeks longer nt The l'leasan
lon, wore extensively cntortnlned.
, Mr nnd Mrs, Tlliblts and Mr. F. A.
Kortlt sailed In the Liirllno for Suit
Francisco. Mr. TlbbUs Is n well known
contractor and was Interested In thu
places for tho big dock,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. McCleiiiiuu und
daughter, Mrs. Van Tine, will sail In
tho Manchuria for thu Orient. They
have been stopping at thu Moami Ho
Mrg.Thoni.is Ira Cook llarr, who ar
rived last week from Los. Angeles, Is n
guest nt the Moana hotel, where sho
will icmaln uillll February,
Miss N. 1). Winston Is not returning
t to Honolulu uillll thu Spring owing to
tho continued Illness of her step-mother
in Itlchmund, Virginia,
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Mr. uiul Mrs. J. F. C. Hugens enter
tained -ut u pol supper on Thursday
evening In honor of, Dr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Hoffmann. '
Mrs. Carolina Jcnncss nf. (ho old
Newport family, Doromus, Is visiting
Honolulu for n few months,
Others visiting (Hawall this wools
wore Dr. and MrD. ltlch, Mr. H. A.
Pratt ami Mr. David Sloan,
MJss Day, who has been so 111 nt
Iho Moana, Is' rmildly Imprpvlug.
Miss Krup pjnd Miss Oroen expe'rt
to upend ten duys nt thu Volcano,
Mr. J. 8. Rear Is nlbo spending some
llmo nt, Iho Volcano house.
A Skin of Beauty is a joy Foreier
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