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EVENING DULI.ETIN, HONOLULU, T, It., SATURDAY. FEU. 20, 1909
kN TUESDAY we enter upon the third week of our AFTER STOCK-TAKING SALE. The success of this sale hqs been far beyond oar expectations, and
the warm response spurs us to greater efforts. During the rush of last weeK many lines were not snown? otners nave oeen sold 'down to two or
ims ana mree or tnai. me manv-aown.man-nas oeen ousy going inrougn an mese lines, ana nas piayeu mivui wim nuts. dkiuw are u itw or
the many offerings for the week; there are many, others in lots too small to advertise. Come in and see them.
Store Closed Monday. Sale begins Tuesday Morning, Fob. 23rd
' -y 1 u
Pure Linen, cream color, 30 in.
vide. 40s quality, U" yard.
Soft finiuli, ynrJ wide, SPECIAL,
I Or yard.
Green only; vanl wide, 20c qual
ity. 11' $r yard.
Tioht and iloik ground, in pretty
dtMUD- 20c quality. USVar '&
WHITE, CREAM, AND ECRlL
30-ccnt quality 15 yard
40-ccnt quality 25p yard
45-cent quality UOp yard
50-ccnt quality B5 yard
GO-cent quality i. . . . 40 yard
GS-ccnt quality , . . . -15 yard
25-cent quality 15 yard
30-cent quality 20 yard
45-ccnt quality 25 yard
GO-cent quality 35 yard
75-ccnt quality ........... !) yard
LINGERIE and SILK PARASOLS, in solid colors, plaids, checks, and
$1.75 PARASOLS S1.00 EACH $3.76 PARASOLS 82.50 EACH
$2.25 PARASOLS 81.50 EACH $4.00 PARASOLS 82.75 EACH
$2.50 PARASOLS $1.05 EACH $4.25 PARASOLS S2.TH) EACH
$2.75 PARASOLS 81.00 EACH $4.60 PARASOLS 83.50 EACH
$3.00 PARASOLS $2.00 EACH $5.50 PARASOLS 3.00 EACH
BLACK, MONEY REFUND TAFFETA SILK:
Yard wire, $1.85 quality S1.35 YARD
WHITE SHANGHAI SILK: Washable, $1.25 quality 0(ty YARD
OREPE DE CHINE: Pearl Grey, $1 quality 05 YARD
Sharp Cuts in Children and Ladies'
LADIES' BLACK SILK COATS
S 5.C0 SILK COATS 8 3.00
$ 7.50 SILK COATS .'S -1.00
$ 8.50 SILK COATS 8 5.00
$10,50 SILK COATS 8 0.00
$24 50 SILK COATS $17.50
LONG WHITE LINEN COATS
$10.00 KHITE COATS $4.00
' CHILDREN'S COATS
$0.50 COATS 83.50
$7.50 COATS 8-1.00
$8.00 COATS 81.50
?8.75 COATS 84.00
Pretty designs and coloring, all
new, 0 yds. for 81.00; 20o quality,
Ladies' Tailored Belts
Blrck, White, nnd Navy. 75c and
UOo L':lts at 25? each.
Children's Ribbed Hose
In Tan color, all sizes, 25c quality,
HS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
Fort and Beretania Streets
Opp. Fire Station
SOCIAL CHATTER he; HOME TALK
MI ir I ho pi el (lost affairs tifislitcr. Mrs. Ilnrry llnldwln, of Maul.
Thoie were three tallica exquisitely
adorned with lonR-Btommcd yellow
iojos nml lorsngc bouquets of purple
ami white violets vtoxp at ench pinto.
After luiiclieoii Mrs. Charles Athcr
ten plujed In a finished manlier nml
Mm. Allan While sang mnRUinccnlly
Fovoral choice song, which wcro
much npiilnmleil. Mm. J. I'. Cooko
looked lovely In whlto nml Mm. Haiti
lull week was tho Imffet
lunch, mi rIm'ii cm Satunl.iy
In Mrs. P. M S.iny nt lier
town hniixe in honor of Mrs.
riillllpH uml Mii Harris. The
KtieslH were scntcd nuwt romfyrtnhly
u! Illtle Millet, ami the Innals iih well
Op the dintYlng-rooms were occupied.
The vast expanse of noa and shine,
"it wdl lift Diamond Fiend, bo rugged
And grim, van bo soon, from the
Bxvitnry mansion, for cmh window,
oi well an the lawns, present pictures
of umiKUUl Interest, especially to the
traveler who im wi often onlerlnln
ed there. Cut Unworn nnd giocus nr
tiKtlially deiuralnl I lie looms nnd
Mis. Pw.inxv In tin cxfiulxltn linnd-
t-nibn Idvred French toilette, looked ! loss, MrR. (ierrlt 1". Wilder,
being made of the softest shimmering
until!, falls In clinging lines to thu
Tho corsage is trimmed with hands
of gold cmhroldery. In wnlch Is Intro
duced n loach of tho populnr Chlnexo
1)1 no. HandH of embroidery also
adorn tho sleeves, which nrc further i
embellished with n little cnoti of yel
low satin. The lower part of tho
idecves. Ilko tho Kulmp, Is of finely i
ONE OP THIS WEEK'S '
win was elmrmliiR In n dnlnty toh . tucked whlto chiffon.
lclto. Auioni; those present were I A bit of point larp'nlls In the front
Mrs. Wnltor Pienr. Mrs. DunuliiK. I of tho corsiiRo above the embroidery.
extrenielv well. Ml i IMIIIi Mist pro
vided hvMnd I lie Iiiirp puuchliowl,
uikI l.tiiRliter n nd much tlilt-oliat no
(.liinunle I I lie dolleluus luncheon.
Miss lloutrleo lloldHWorth. Miss llll
imi White. MIm lliimllillil White, nml
life JoiniK diuiKliii'r of tho hnimu,
Mlw. Itn.i.i'uiinil Sw.inzy, nutisted thu'
m-rvanti i ,i looking nflcr tho KUcMi.
A'ru. riiilllpH Is well known hero, for
1 or hutlimiil was Attinney tionenil
iiidor K.iinohuitioti.i V. Tho Kuest
lldndi'il Mrs. Wjltii Kienr. Mrs.
S M Damon, Mrn. Allan While. Mm.
lom, Mik. Illcliaid hem. Mrs. Mist.
M!c Kill th Mhl. lrn. Ilenrj Coopor,
Mm V. 0 BiWllh. Mir. Cnrolllie .loll'
lie's. Mrs. Mur.v Tenne,. Mm Oil
linrh.iiu. II m. Atkins, Mm. Ditn
ulni. Mm Wuilliaiin. Mrs l.is. Mm.
Uniu iiu, Mrs M Walker, Mrs. P.
Hiliii'ieof Mis. Moueu, Mrs. I'red.
Aim f ul. inc. Mrs. Andrew I'll II or. Mis.
1. Illuoknijin, Ml-ui Anna Paris, Mrs.
M. M. Si'otl, Mrs. I'urlts. Miss Picar.
Mm. tillnn Weaver, Mrs. 1'hlllp Wea
ver, Mm. Atlioiioii, Mm. Mi drew.
Miss llHidnwny, Mm. Itnlpli Pomter,
Mrs, W. A. Klnuny. Mm. Paul Ihcii
beiR, Mrs. Knpko, Mrs. Tommy l'oek,
i'm. Holdoa KliiRsbur), Mm. l.oeke.
Mm. Muoki II, Mrs. M. Cooke, Mrs
Atkliiion, Mrs. I. a u ia Wlfilit, Mm.
Knmtei, Mis Kins, nnd many others.
Mrs. Wnilliiiins, Mib. Atkins, Mrs. K. ,
M Swnnzy, Mrs. W. I.oe, Mrs. 8. M.
ILitnon. xn-s. J. Oilman, Mrs. Ilols
ttlu. Mr j. O.iff, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs.
lard. .Miss Lord, Mrs, John McCnml-
IjiiiRliorne, Mrs. James Judil, Mrs.
Allan While, Mrs, Atherton, Mrs. 11.
P. DlllliiRlinm, Mrs. l-nhrce; Miss
llrnco Cooke. Mr3. W. O. Smith, Mrs.
John Wnterhmtso. Mrs. Clnrcnco
Cooke, Mis. Weight. Mrs. Hawes Jr.
k k '
Mm. LoiiKworth matin a lino col-
lcetlon of shells while she was In Ho
nolulu nnd cvldontly sho is wearing
them, to JuiIro by this llttlo" clipping,
which was sent from Washington:
Curious collections of shells aio
coming to this side of the water, and
fhells nt ornnments In every sort of
way arc froen In modish homes. Airs,
ix.ngworth Is fond of shells, and sho
got Minio exceptionally lino necklaces
nnd bracelets In Hawaii. She has a
lovely little shell rocking chnlr. The
woodwork Is lalald with tiny Irldcs
lunt shells nnd water color mid
st npes f rained In oxqulsltoly tinted
shells. Nnvy men who go to tho
fcNiiilli Seas nro begged by their
friends for the small opal sholl which
U seen to much Just now strung on
gold for necklaces.
Miss llardaway was tho guest-of-hfiior
nt the hrldgo tea given by Mrs.
I'roskor on Wednesday. Mrs, Fay
won tho llrst prize, a handsomo tea
Vih. Mm. ki.ll f t voi ed the Ritosts wlthlcloth. Mrs, Archie Young was given
n fort .hol'i HiniKi and Mis. Tenney a pretty hnndkcrchlef for tho second
J'nk ,il o n.ue gio.il pliasuro by her pilzo nnd Miss Kdlth Ml.it got tho
m i .1 1 1- ii - coiibolntlon prjzc, n hatpin. Mrs. W.
A. Wall nsslsted In looking nfter tho
.1 I" i'i i' uo ft lieautlful L-neuts. umong whom woro Mrs. J.
ii on 1'.' Im liunor of herlMiOrew, Mrs. Dunning, Mrs. ..Wad'
' . . ' .. ' iinms. Mrs. Atkins. Mrs. W. Mi Qra
ham, Mrs. Wrlghtson, Mrs, MacCul
lnm. Mrs. Hlchnrd Ivers. Mrs. V.
WW". " '..WP.iMI..
3L' I &' or I f9ffAfifMj
R I JLJjt JiJ m 1 pi li'iiiTtar -trfc4L
I (I-.aUMIlil 1CT1
An InlnUtlon lor
Orctolane I & J.-on to Atthmstlcs.
ii .ltn... ouiuiirnlTKlhrilolnMllwIs
r.m. I) (..r d. .t the UrcntblniC ori!lu lbu
u u. . iiiot u. ui Into Ibotuuwlil
t iraiilrne am. Ixrsuw r, """"W
ln.i.Kl .iilroo. Ii rljd Tr lb. '4
ZSi 'i&m,. It U TntslM. to clb...
with mtU chlUrciu
Thow o( a rll
will tlnfj ImmedUtff r flirt
from CouaiiH nr ioiHin4
ConiHKoit vt 'lit thnwtU
Sand vo1' f de"
)1K) l'ulton Htrvit.
I ..t.A fr 1. M M'nltiAti 1iti Rol-
l(4lJCa .UIO, m, '" "'U" t -.
N den Kingsbury. Miss Mist, Miss
Scott, tho Misses Jordan, Mrs. Pay,
nud many others, ,
Concerning Mrs, Nliholas Long'
worth tho following Is or Interest:
Mrs, Nicholas Umgworth wears
some of the smartest ns wejl as some
of tho most nitlstlc gowns seen at
tho Capital. She has an Individual
stylo of her own(nnr: .weorsi hor
clothes with distinction! Hor waid
ir.be always contains at least one
yellow gown, theocolor bolng very
becoming to Its wearej; i.
Mis. I.ongwiHth luma jellow gown
'tills season that Is of the. genuine ill
jiectohn st)l, exceptlng.that.lt has
A lounil neck finishes the gown, this
being Mrs. Lnngworth's fnvorltu
mode. She wears with It the narrow
dog collar of Jewels, u wcddliiK gift
from Ambassador und Mrs. Whltelaw
Mrs. XI. A- Jordan gave a charm
ing tea on Friday last at her resi
dence In Nuuiiuu Valley. Tho tables
set on tho linial wcro proJuBcly dec
orated with an artistic grouping, of
vIololH. Among thoso present wcro
Mm. Artliur Herg, Mm. Urncst Wa
terliousc, Mrs. Allen Hottomlcy, Mrs.
Waltor-Hoffmann, Mrs. 1'lndcr, Miss
Hnrdawny, Miss Olllett, Miss Mlnci,
Miss Wcrthmuellcr. The Mlssos Jor
dan gracefully presided over tho tea
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Mntt-
Smlth, nnd Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Case-
Deorliig .spent from Hsturdny until
Tuesday at tho Halclwa lintel. They
had special music it ml dancing, for
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox were much in
forested in tho picturesque Hnwuli
nns. They sail In the Korea nfter n
very pleasant experience In Honolulu
and will probably visit here again.
Judge and Mrs. F, M. Hatch enter.
tnlned at dinner on February first in
honor of Governor and Mrs. Swnuson
of Virginia. Thoso usked to meet them
wont Jnstlco nnd Mrs. Honey, OoihthI
nnd Mrs. Alshlra, Mrs. Marnti, Senator
and Mrs. Hopkins, Admiral nud Mrs.
Hndgers, tho Culmu Minister nud
Mndnmo Quesada, (lenerni nnd Mrs,
Wltherepoon, Senator Perkins, Col. A.
Houses in Washington rent for fab
ulous prices on account of the Inaug
uration. Ono tho u tin nil dollars Is
asked for ono week. Everybody Is
rushing to kill and It Is tho ono time.
when tho town Is crowded with tour
ists and 'sightseers:11
Cards have been lnsned In Wash
ington ns follows! To moot l.llluo
kalanl of Hawaii, Princess Knlanln
unolo, at home, Tuesday, tho ninth
of February, frtom threo until six
o'clock, 1410 Massachusetts Avenue.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Ulson nnd Mrs, Julia.
Macfarlahe are expected In the I.ur
1 1 no. Mrs. Holcn Noonan, who has
been visiting In the States, will also
Mr. Fred. Waterhouso Is going In
Moxlco In tho Korea aeco.npanled by
his sinter, Miss Kleaunr Wntcrhnuso.
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Clll niiRlncer nn.l lire. Parks g:vo nu-plcos of tho Colli so Club.
ii dinner on Sntnrdity ovoiiini; last and1 Mrs. A. F. Kntidxcu will nddrcMs llio
tho table wns MtiiDtiilly ptctty with ladles luN-sent outlining the miigiilfl
iiinlitltlon of red earn itlons, mildeii- cunt seoie of llio work and kIUhk In
hnlr foins, nrillo and fuvom suggos. dulnll hor Miy iutoiustlng oxpcrleuoes
tlo of Vnlcntlmi's Day, ihn b;st val n.i I'm dolegMto from Hawaii tn tho
inllno being a poem "A.'olin," written Woiunii's Itlvor uml llailurii Congress
by ('jpt.tln lioos, und read by him In I'oM In Wasbiiiglim.
welooino to tho muilno ollloors, tin 1 r A ci Moral Invlliitlon In oMoudod tu
whoH ami their couiiirutd, nil recently till tndlos Interested in public wink to
i.rrhcil. They weio Mnjir nud Sin. bo u'csrnt nt tho meeting.
'Long, Cniilulu nml Mm. Low, l.lrul.
mid Mib. Iliinirey, Lieut, nnd Mrs. Far
qiilinmou, 41 r, l-imi: win n whlto crojio
do chine, which suited her dark boun
ty. Mrs. Low wus In u londy pilntol
chiffon, Mrs, Knnitcy' looked a picture
In violet sullii, nud Mrs. Fnnpihuu'iu
wns exipiUltoly drosfcl In pink chiffon.
A most lutoreetliig fenturu of uu
At-Honio given by Mrs. I). T. Ploni
Iiir of Mitknwuii in hiiuor of Mrs. .1.
C Foas wns tho unnouncomctit by
Mrs. Muriayi anil her two daugh
ti:n, Sadie nnd Carolyn, lire to accom
pany (Icuciul Murrn." on nis loin- of
lueicctlon to tho Philippines uml Ha
waii. They roach Honolulu about
June. The girls tiro ery ntliaetlvo
i lid will he liked In Honolulu.
Mis. IIiiiCTt (1. Walker, wlioso linn,
band is mi well known bote, gnvo u
1'irjje IiiIiIro tea l.txt week. Thoro
bole Kcvcntreu tablet In nil rud
Mrs. Fossiof tho cngugenient of Miss jluu'tlful prizes 'woro given. Mm.
Irene Cicok to her son, Hurry Fuss Wnllier Is n dimming woman and
or Palo Alto. Mlvs licno Crook liiiuili liked socially.
the daughter of Mr. W. C. Crook oti
MRS. ROBERT W. SHINOLE
Mrs. Hubert Shingle, whoso mar-1 supported by Mr. (lllbert Petrle. Mr.
rhiRu to the brilliant young business ''''j' WbIUt Mncfmlano nnd Mis.
, , , Kllzubeth Kicct Ii, ns well ns a fuw
man mi Thursday afternoon at St. I ,(,o frcnll wpro ulm ,.,,,,, Mr.
Andrew's Cathedral enmo nB a stir- nll(1 j1H, shlnglo uro estnhllshed nt
prise to their ninny frlonds, M.rs. their resldeileo on Mnktkl street for
Hubert Shingle, nco Muriel Cnmpbcll, I the present. Mr. Shlnglo Is president
U tho bonutlful third daughter of llio of tho Wnteihouso Trust Company Is
late Mm. Pnrkcr-Cuniphcll. Owing to'n member of the piescut House of
the family being In mourning, tho Iteprei'ont'itlves; ho Is allied to many
marriage was strictly private, lllsliop nst li'islui'sa Interests In tho Teril
Itestarlck iicrrormlng tho ceremony, ti ry. Tho Princess Kawaiianakoa,
Tho hllde, In a rich whlto satin, was sitter of the bride, is traveling In
given nwny by her stop-fathcri Col. 'AiupiLm nml will soon sail for Ku
Skiuiicl l'urker, and Mr. Shlnglo wus rope.
Pygmalion and Galatea.
Following Is n snyopsls of tho piny,
Pygmalion nnd dalalca," to bo pro
tint, proclaim;) her love for Pygma
lion to his wife, who Imnmllatoly
"rails down blindness" upon him.
bcntcd by tho Kllohunn Art Lenguo Sho also mnkos trouble for D.iiihuii
on the evening of February 23id nt and her husband by being discovered
llio Opera House. whllo ninbinclug him, and is exceed-
Synopsis: iugly iicrplexcd that people should ho
Scene: n typical sculptor's studio , do tout by over such a natural and In
Mrs. Lewton-nraln and young son
no slit up tho side of tho skirt. The will make a Journey to England In
latter, however,-Is quite narrow, andAnril. jt -.,JJ.1J;i.wj,,. .
In ancient Athena.
Act 1 Pygmalion, a famous sculp
tor, has married Cynlsca, a nymph
of Aitcmls, who gavo each ono of
Ait 3. Daphne turns her husband
put and takes Cy ill sea to live, with
her. (Inlntea lutpoisountes Cynlsca,
them tho iowcr tu "call down blind-, In oulor to detnln PyRinallon whllo
uess" upon the other, in caso of un-.lils slstor brings hor to him; whlto
faithfulness, Tho sculptor becomos doing en, sho hears boverul dlsagiee
Jealous of tho life-giving power of able things of her self. Cynlsca,
the Gods, mid asks that his muster-1 healing (lalutca pardon Pygmalion
plero, (Inlntea, ho given life. The j In her mime, pardons him In leallty.
gods grant his reipiest, and ho hc-jiiml his h1c.1i t Is loomed. Then (Ij
comes fascinated by hi'l' charms. Ii'lea, hnvlng mado n startling fallurn
Act. '1. (Inlarcu, who "was lioiu o life, gives up und turns ugalu to
lesterday," and therefore very, luuo- tumble.
Makawno nnd Is one of the most pop
ular jotiug Indies of tho dlstrlet. Mr.
Ftes, who Is nt present Instructor at
Stanford, wns formerly well known
i.n Muni us civil uiiRineer In the cm
ploy of the Mnttl Agrlcultuinl Co.
The tu.li rl.ige bus been mimiiiuccd
of MIbs Florcnoo (lurroy und Mr. IL It
Herg. Mm. Ilerg Is the datpihtor of
Mr. nml Mm. A. It. (lurroy. it iirolh
and uccdmpllKht.it gill not inoro than
IX yours old. Her sudiluu murilngc
lmu surprUoil, u l.irg-j number of
Ii lends, ns sho wont nwny with her
mother a few weeks ago to study
pulutliiR, but Cupid probthly proved
tho stiongor, so "Cupid versus Art"
won, out ugalu.
Judfio und Mrs. Arthur Wllder's
pldilc limrheoii on Monday was a
gioat success. It wnsglveii In honor
o( their mnrrlngo unnlvcrsary, mid
many toitBts und speeches wero given
and returned. Among those present
wcro Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Atkinson,
.Mi. nud Mrs. A. M. Ilrowtt, Mr. nnd
Mis. (lerrlt Wilder, Mr. und Mm. Cllf
ri id Kliuliall, Mrs. Mary (Juiiii, Miss
M. Scott. Mr. Hlchnrd Wright.
During Jununry, February, mid
March of each year, tho Literary Clr
clo will direct n com so of talks, lee
tines, nnd study "Saturday Morn
ings" tn ho given by visiting and iei
Idcnt ladles und gentlemen. Lcuguo
jnembcrs nro Invited to nltend. Thu
hour for beginning Is promptly nt
half-past ten. Feb. 13, 1008 "llry-1
lint," by Prof. John (lllmoro.
' ,Mlss Klcunor Torry, to well known I
here, has been entertaining a great I
ilcil in Washington lately. She gave
n dinner for 21 nt tho Alibi Club.
ireently for Itepicsenthttve nITil Mis. I
Ijongworth and also a luncheon of
12 tho same week. .She ts considered
a beauty in Washington nnd her
flocks nnd lints aio always tho lntest
A meeting In the Interests of the
grcnt coiitervatlnii movement will Im
Tho tomb of1 Prince D.til.l Knwan i-
iiakiiu was decorated on Fobrutry lath,
I'h birthday, by lorpiost. n littur hav
ing boon received from tho Princess
to that effect. Tho tomb was .com
pletely rovi'ii'il wllb dowers.
Doelor Cnfer is still in Waslilng
Itii und Is iilwujs'ln the midst of
things In general. Uu Is tlotenedly
Mr. Cecil llronu, Miss llciie Dirk
i:on und Mlrs Ada HbodcH ictu-ii"il
jostordny fioiu -a lour of llio :o-d.
The) hud u ilcllghtriiT tilp.
Mrs. Huwlliia Is a p-isionger In tho
Korea todny. Sho will Hponil soiuu
time In Hie Kustciu Stales visiting red
ntlvi'H nud fiHeuilH.
Mrs. F.inoii lllsliop gave u lunrlicoii
lit liunor of Mm. Airrod Cnsllo this
Week which was uu u..iocdlngly pielty
Doctor und Mm. Stitblis dice Hlsin
W.ltct house) of Hngluud arc oxpeelotl
to an he lu May for a lslt-of.u few
Mrs John Wuterhouse Is (.pending
u fov weeks in tho Mitt-Smlth placo
Hats arc n mennco to
health and uropcrtv. At
tho first slim of a rut, uio SjiJ,
Siearns' Electric k1
Dot rl DahaI Tffrt
......."""r..... .. m?m
u is iao amy guaraniccu ex- J4ri,
terminator for rats, mice, !J
cockroaches nnd other ver
min. Dealers refund money if It falls.
Sold for BO years, with iucrcaslna sales,
a positlvo proof of merit. Hats and mice
eat It nnd run out of doors to die,
2nt.box2ic: I803. boxflOO. Sol. I every i hero
ur sent ciprMt prcpalJ on receipt vt urluo.
held nt tho homo or Mis. W. F. Frear STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chlcino. Ill,
tho first Monday hi Maicli uudcr the
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