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RVHNINCl IIUI.UJTIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., SATURDAY, JAN, 301909.
reat Slaughtering Sale
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ad FURNISHING GOODS f MEN
Begins Saturday, January 30th
PRICES SLASHED TO PIECES FOR PARTICULARS SEE OUR CIRCULAR
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd
Keep In Mind
HAT THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR that you should
hatch out chickens if you want a lot of eggs and broil
en this year.
DID YOU SEE THE
WHITE HOUSE BALL
WORKING AT THE POULTRY SHOW I
We filled a 120-egg incubator
and when the eggs had been
tested out thcra were 103 curs
left that showed signs of fertil
ity. The day the show opened the
cgas were taken out of the incu
bator and were carried with the
machine a couple of miles in a
wagon p.nd placed in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch nnd we got 93 fine,
hearty chicks out of the 103
euRs. These are now being rais
Cyphers Chick Food
AND YOU SHOULD SEE THEM!
CYPHERS INCUB ATORS are so easy to run. and hatch
strong chicks which ar o so easy to raise, if you will feed
them properly, keep thim warm at nieht nnd keep them
clean. Try your luck with a CYPHERS and vou vill soon
be eating young roosters so often that you will be inclined
to crow over your neighbors.
ALL CYPHERS SUPPLIES, FOODS AND MEDICINES
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
The following graphic description
- f the While llouso bull Is very In
teresting a nil the young women men
tioned lire well known here:
Tlio White House bull of Monday
, evening realized In every particular worth, an usual, wpro slippers
short ami close, llnlxticil like the top
of the dccollclagc in Hat folds of gold
tlssuo or tulle. The gown closes at
the left front, which Is finished by n
heavy silk eord from the bust to the
bottom of the narrow skirt, and rocs
iirouud the edgo of the train, which
Ic very long and narrow. Mrs. I.ong-
(tho anticipations of the favored com-1 hosiery to match her gown, this foa-i
puny present, even those of the 'lure of good dressing having been
charming young hciolne of the occa-.ndoptod by llc President's eldest
lion, who remarked only u day or daughter long. before It.becumo unl
' two before that she hoped "everybody J KrsaJ.aniniiR the smart nnil the rich,
1 woul 1 come, and not act stiff, Just who "now have both sllppors and hos
, becnuso it Was In the White llouxe." j leiy , rtj'ed to mutch each particular
I Kvcrybody went who was fortunate .costume. Mrs, I.ougworth wore no
enough to be usked, and that Included Jewels, except the long pendant enr-
miiiio 200 youthful maidens, cither of rings of diamonds which she made
the debutante ranks or only n year the rage last season, nnd which nio
I or two removed thercfiom. iir.ost becoming. Neither did she tn-
I Knch wor6 her newest nnd best dulgo In any coiffure ornaments, her
.bull gown, many of them, particular
! ly thofo worn by the very smart-look,
ling visitors from New York, hearing
the unmistakable mark of the Duo do
la I'alx or Avenue do la Opera, and
I'll suggesting the spirit of youth
iimd the sprlngtlmo of life In their
delicate tones, tho airy lightness of
the materials, and the effective sim
plicity that seemed to be the char
acteristic of each.
linlr being arranged in the usual
loose, graceful fiiBllon which Is an
I canning to her as to her young sis
ter. Miss Margaret Roosevelt, daughter
' f Mr. and Mrs. Kmlcn Roosevelt of
New York, who wus n guest of her
Uncle, Senator John Kean, for the
occasion, woro n gown of light blue
Mitln along conventional empire, lines,
with the entire eostumo striped in
Miss Roosevelt's own gown, nl .silver tlssuo. The hitler nlso formed
though modestly described as whlto the short sleeves and an on.plcco
sntln, tilmmed In crystal, In tho oltl-'mont on the front of the corsage, blue
itliil notices scut to tho press, was n slippers and blue gloves carrying out
iieulity a very choice sutln Mclha, I 'he color scheme. In fact, all tho New
jroft and flno as tho old-tlmo regula-1 Yorkers appeared to carry tho slnglo
,tfon ilebulanlo gown of .while mus-!olor from tho crown of their heads
illn, but with all the richness of the I lo the tips of their dainty shoes, tho
ipiescnt season, when economy In latter Invariably being of Mil or sat
idresa Is only possible to tho woman ' !u to match tho gown and hosiery,
jwho slays at home. It was mado I Occasionally one saw low-cut slippers
i.long the general IIihm acreptcd by of hlnck suede or patent leather, .with
Mis.) Itoosovelt for her earlier even-- hosiery of tho color of the gown, and
Ing giiwim, long and straight, of the (sometimes gold or bronzo slippers, but
empire rather than tho dlrcctolro pe-1 tho solid-color from coiffure ornament
Australian Stock Remedies
No matter .what the ailment, ask your druggist for
No expense is spared in putting out the very best Rem
cdies which can be produced.
If you ars in doubt about which Remedy to use, Ring
me up at TEL. 118
HOSPITAL FOR SICK ANIMALS.
CONSULTATION PERSONALLY OR BY LETTER.
Pottle fc SOUS, Honolulu
TEL. 1180. B0k G20
Imported Thoroughbreds of Various
New Dress Goods
LADIES' WORSTED SHAWLS,
NUUANU below HOTEL.
nod, with u perceptiblo widening
from the waist lino rather than from
the knees, as seon In the gowns of
older women of fashion, oven when
In lace or chiffon. Sho woro no Jow
cls, nnd had her pretty blondo hair
arranged In the loose, graceful mode
of tho moment, hut with n certain In
dividuality quite as charming In the
present Miss Hoo.ovclt as was ho
same trnlt In her older sister.
No photograph does Miss Kthel
Itoosovelt Justice for the reason that head with a Dlnna knot low on tho
Iter rhlof- beauty Is tho exquisitely hack of tho neck, a bundenu of buo
I'no quality of her skin and the liar- 1'iiamel picked out In gold crown
mony of color In cheeks rind lips, eyes Ing hor shapely head
and hair, .vhich la lost In any printed
tho sllppors has first place in tho
leulm of fashion and Is likely to pic
Mill throughout tho Benson.
Miss Knilly Sloanc, who Is tho
guest of Miss Martha llacon, woro a
pule blue satin dlrcctolro gown, ut tho
Whlto House, which had Its only em
liclllshmont In its pearl garniture a
Inttlcc-llko decoration across tho do
collelago and nlso on tho top of tho
Mcevosi Her hulr was dressed In
loosely arranged' waves off tho forc-
Mrs. Pnyno Whitney, formerly Miss
Helen Huy, who Is a much entertained
guest nt present, wore at ono of the
recent halls a geranium red silln,
which Is a now color oven In Now
York, nnd quite tho most dcslrablo
rhado of red to bo had, as it Is equal
ly becoming to blondo nnd brunette.
Mrs. Whitney, who retains all tho
charm, as well as beauty, of her girl
hood days, has her gown mado In tho
solid color with tullo filling the top
r,l tho corsage, which is cut heal t
shapo. Miss Knthcrlno Rlkins hits one of
her newest evening gowns In this
deep shade In which sho appeared at
Mrs. Munn's, while still a third cos
tume of tho wcok In tho color, but
not material, was worn by Miss Kni
lly Sloanc, and by some considered
even more becoming than tho beauti
ful bluo, g'own In which sho appearod
nt tho Whlto House. Miss Sloano's
geranium gown Is of chiffon, with the
npron tunic of satin. The latter,
which comos from tho top of tho cor.
Fugo, nnd ends In nn Irregular point
below the left knee. Is embroidered
nbout Its edgo In the same sort of
metallic threads used on Mrs. Long
worth's blue corsage, but, of course.
In red. Tho low neck Is also outlined
In tho red embroidery, which Is rich
i.i, some Roman vestment or Oriental
hanging, yet delicately fine and beau
tiful as a personal adornment for tho
twentieth century belle. With this
Miss Sloanc wore gold slippers.
Mrs. Augustus Knudsen, who has
been In Washington for tho past few
weeks, brought hor sister with her
for a visit, Sho Is also u delightful
person and will spond some tlmo on
tho different Islands.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. C, 'Drown sailed
'or tho Orient on Krlday to bo goiin
six mouths. During their absence
Mr. nnd Mrs. Reldford will occupy
their hnuso In College Hills.
FRIDAY, FEB. 5, -AFTERNOON and EVENING. ,
Scats at BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c,
I'lcturo; us llkewlso Is the kindly,
wholesome oxpresslon, which fow cu'
Miss Harriet Hatch woro maize-colored
satin, with black ttillo garni
ture that tool; tho form of wlngllkc
lueras can catch, but which was so I Lows on each shoulder, with long
lully appreciated us she received the 'tullo sash, Tho tullo was edged with
(,ooil wishes of her friends In the hls-n tiny band of gold, and extended to
torlo bluo room on Monday evening.
Mrs. Roosevelt's gown of very dark
bluo sntln, brocaded to volot. trim
med about corsugo In rare old laco,
with Its elegance and distinction
icrved lo emphuslzo tho extromo
youth of hor rhiughtor, who Is Just
IT, and has already beon' entertain
ed at n round of dinners, luncheons,
and balls fow young women, however
highly placed, achieve In one season.
tho end of tho train.
Another Wnshlngtonluu whose
gown was mado In Franco nnd worn
with great distinction was Miss ICle
r.uor Terry, In' nllo green satin, yery
lino nnd soft, with three-Inch prln-'
ctss laco Inserted In long, graceful
festoons, this already hondsortie foun.
diitlou being completely covered In
silver spangles. Tlioso on the lower
portion of tho skirt shaded Into a
Mrs. Nicholas l.ongworth, ono of ' dark sago green. Tho spangles var
the few matrons present, returned to led In slzo nnd shape, as yoll as co
her old-tlmo favorite rotor and mntc
i la I. In wearing u gold hi made made
In tile newest and thus far most ex-
ticme dlrpctolre lines that have ap
peared In any Washington ballroom.
This now famous gown Is totally
without trimming, with square neck
from shoulder to shoulder, but not s.i
low iih seen mi iniiiiy dinner gown.t
of the pabl month. The bieuves aro
or, the effectiveness of the combina
tion gaining new beauty with each
movement of the gmceful wearer.
The low-neck and short, full sleeves
show a faint touch of dull pink chlf
lon or tulle, whllo the deep, soft em
empire glrdlo Is of two tones of green
satin, and the only part of the gown
iIiowIiik a plain i.mTniv of I he mater
ial. Miss Toirj wore no JohoIs or colt-
Old-style straight Ken
tucky Ilourbon. Conti
nental was the favorite
of tho Southern gentry
of "bofoah the war" pe
riod. 'A good, honest,
friendly old whiskey'."
W. C. Peaco,cK
& Co., Ltd.,
B:-' ' '
Tickets on sale nt Hawaiian
News Co., Ltd,, Bishop St.
General Admission 50c
Grand Stand 75c
Reserved Seats $1,00
Auto and carriage spaces re
served on application.
3 BIG MATCHES 3
JANUARY 30, 1003.
15 Rounds Lightweight Champion
4 Rounds Welterweight Contest
EDDIE HINES vs. KID B0QUET
Of San Francisco Of Honolulu
8 Rounds Middleweight Contest
FRANK MILLER vs. JOE SILVA
Of Ft. Shatter Punchbtfwl Demon
A GREAT CARD THAT
PROMISES GREAT SPORT.
3 CLASSY EYENTS 3
Tickets on sale nt Fitzpatrick's Cl
ear Store and Box Office of Theater.
PRICES Stage Seats, $2.50; Or
chestra, 82; Dress Circle, $1.50; Fam
ilv Circle, $1 all reserved. Gallery
Chas, R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and 'embracing Comedv and Pathos. '
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Blue Bonnet ; a Beautiful Sal
tation Army Story; With Our Atlan
tic Battleship Fleet; Mr. Fuzz;
Lucky Accident; Burglar's Ncy
Trick; The Bridal Couple Dodging
L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANU ST near King.
HONOLULU, T. II
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays ami
ADMISSION 10o. and 20t.
The latest and largest assortment
jof hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
IWEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
'Hotel St., bet, Bethel and Nuuauu.