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KVEN1NQ nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUItDAY, FED. 27, 1900.
CLEANUP SALE of WASH MATERIALS
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HIS IS A SALE that should create the keenest interest; sweeping reductions have been made in FIGURED BATISTE, LAWNS, DIMITIES, SHEER ORGANDIES, PRINTED
SWISSES, PRINTED CHIFFON MULLS, FOULARDS, and many other notable WASH MATERIALS. It gives you an unprecedented opportunity of securing extraordinary val
ues in WASH GOODS. Such great values arc these that it may seem incredible to some, but those who have attended our sales know and appreciate the Bargains we
We want to dispose ot as many lines of our WASH GOODS as possible, to make room for our spring coods now pouring in; hence the TREMENDOUS CUTS !N PRICES.
Sale Begins MONDAY, MARCH 1ST.
Cross Bar Organdies
In floral patterns and pretty colorings
35 ct. quality
In solid colors.
20 ct. quality 1-Va yd.
25 ct. quality . . . 15 yd.
In solid -olors.
20 rt oualitv . 10 yd.
Sheer material, pretty designs.
25 ct. quality 15e yd.
New designs and colorings.
35 ct. quality 20? yd.
Sore du Monde
30 ct. quality SO yd.
10ct. quality G? yd.
15 ct. quality 8 yd.
In a large variety of patterns.
15 ct. quality OVrf yd.
10 2-3 ct. quality 10t yd.
30 ct. quality .. 15 yd.
SINGLE DRESS LENGTHS and
odd pieces of WASH GOODS at less
than HALF PRICE. SEE OUR
WINDOW DISPLAY AND NOTE
Soft and silky, in neat patterns.
40 ct. quality ...'. 30 yd.
Embr'd Silk Organdies
50 ct. quality 37 yd.
In pretty floral designs.
30 ct. and 35 ct. quality, 20(5 yd.
White, cream, and champagne.
25 ct. quality 15 yd.
White, cream, Pongee.
35 ct. quality 20 yd.
Polka dots, stripes, and floral designs
10 2-3 ct. quality . . . . lOtf yd.
Dry Qoods Co9 Ltd
Fortand Be tetania Streets,
Opp. Fire Station
SOCIAL CHATTER :sbe HOME TALK a
' ItS FRANCIS M. SWANZY.
who linn been giving n (.ertci
i)f delightful bliffc? Innr!",
was the hostess on T'i
of another which van as u-
Jojablo uj the preced. IB
one. Double pink carnntlons niul m Id
i'ii luilr ferns artistically decerned
the apartments anil the little tnlilcH
set on the latinl ant1 ilrawlnK rooms
wen- pictures of cozlucss, the elegant
I) dressed matrons and maids adding
much to the effectiveness of tho scene.
After luncheon Mrs Mott-Smlth and
Mrs. S. 0. Wilder favored the guests
with rilann Kilos and tho harmony of
round which greetc I the ear gave
Creat pleasure. Drldgc occiiideil the
strenuous ones during tho afternoon
The guests Included Mrs. George
l)alcs. Mrs. Itlchard Ivers, Mrs. Mary
tiunn. Mrs. A. M. Hrown, Mrs. Gerrlt
I. Wilder. Mrs. S. G. Wilder. Mrs. A
A. Wilder. Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mrs
Lowlon-Draln, Mrs. James Cockburn
her mother, Mrs King, of Victoria
Mrs. ArcMo Young. Mrs A llerg, Mrt,
Klchahn, Mrs. Ernest Mntt-Smlth, Mrs
Itanney Scott, MrB. Goodale, .Mrs
I'ioiI Walerhoiic, Mis. A. lwls, Mrs
.1 8. Walker. Mrs. Ilrnlncnl Smilh,
-MrB. (!. Wight. Mrs. notion Atkinson,
Mrs Jjhicb Jirdd, Mrs U. Watcrhouso,
Mrs. Iloedefeld. Mrs W. Stanley, Mrs.
A. Giirtley, Mrs. II Harrison, Mrs.
Clifford Kimball, Mrs. Marry Macfar
lane. Mm. Joe Oilman. Mrs. J. I.
Cooke, Mrs. i:rdmim MIfb lllrney,
Miss llulleii, Miss Francis Glllet, Mist
J.lly I'aty. jns Clelro Kelley, Mls
This Week's Function
Possibly one of tho Hrgcst and most
elaborate recoptlons of tho season win
given on Tuesday arternoon In tin
lounging room of tho Alexander Yoiiiiit
hotel liy Mr and Mrs. Tenney I'eck
In honor of Mrs. A. N. I.ocke, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Ilolman and Mr. niul Mrs
(I. A. Hatchelder. Motors and car
riages Mocked tho Rlshop street en
tranco for hours, and n dressing room
on tlio second floor vjs placed at tho
disposal of tho guests, who were met
lit tho door of tho lounging room by
Mrs. And-ew Fuller, assisted by Misses
Alice Spalding und I'dlth Smith, and
pasi-ed on to tho einc'ont euro of Mr
A. I.. C. Atkinson, w:m presented ov
erybody lo the guests of honor. Mrs
'Ienne J'eck looked haiidsoine In n
ioo painted white eaUTon, a la sur
pllce, the Dliectolru ranli ud I'n
ilalntv touch. Mrs. I.ocke was In a
black and wlUlo plu.i in hiupiri -..et,
i i i
A Shin of Beaur Is a Joy Forever
rB. T. FELIX COURADD'S ORIENTAL
- CREAJTOR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Rtmnv! Tin. FlmpTu,
Jrtcili, )ioth h.lciti.
Ittib, nj M1 Mtfuti,
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f 11m lUttUloft, It
tutatuvj ILa Wit
of w jttrt, ami
It to lurbilm wf
U prOttTlf Ulftd
(tit of WalUi
tievn. Dr. L. A
(UfM ittii to
Uif of ttat titul
too (a pfctlCBl)
"At you l4lw
will uii Ujj
Wlaurriiiil'a (IraNiii1 tbl If ft it LirTbful fif aYtl tit
UooJi llvkltil la U 1'lU4 Stktti, tnJ a4 KutPa.
URUHOPUNS, Frerp, 37 6mt Jinsijtlttl, Htwloit
xs'ii 0V- -Tr tv
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nipllqiied with embroidered while
lace. Mrs. Ilolman wore u charming
confection of blue niul whlto plna
cloth and Duchess lace, and Mrs.'
Ilatchelder was In n dainty gray silk.)
Mrs. Alexander G. llnwes, Jr., and
Miss Irmgard Scliaofer presided over
the lumch bowls, which were placed
r.t opposite sides of tho room. Mr?,
llnwes wore a pink crepo de chlno
with hat of pink gripes, and Miss
Scliaofer was In a white toilette w-lth
picture hat of drooplrir'. plumes. Acrona
the garMcn on tho -Oof In the ball
room wcio coffee, ten, sandwiches and
cakes, and tho stroll often ended In
' leto-a-leles for the chair and couches
wero tery comfortable, nrid there
wero strniigo to rel.Uo largo num
bers of tho sterner six very much In
evidence, a very pleaant addition to
tho usual "at home." There wero many
beautiful women prcLcnt nnd charming
frocks, and among others were no
ticed Mrs. Taxon ltbhnp In n whlto
embroidered crepo. i sash of green
giving a most nttraitlvc touch. Mrs.
Sidney Ilallim, wh.3 has only recently
nrrhed from Callfornl' , whcie the has
been palng lslts, whip a very pretty
gown of chiffon cloth sprayed with
pink roses, and stunning hat with
plumes. Miss Ilcatrlce Castle was no
ticeably well dressed In pink and Miss
Margaret Castlo was n pretty study In
Lino and white. It was n very Miclnl
iftornoon; tho singing of tho Kaal
orchestra was a pleismg feature, tho
strangers particularly enjoying It.
Mrs. Wadhnms sum; In a delightlul
fashion and she woro a very smart
flock, which was much enhanced by
her stately bearing. Mrs. Allen Whlto
was most enthusiastically received,
her olce carrying oven to tho ball
room. She woro a beautiful toilette of
real lace Thoso who assisted tho
hostess wero: Mrs. WInalow, Mrs.
Winters MrB. Kingsbury, Mrs. Ilallcn
lytic, Mrs. Watson, Mrs, Lose, Mrs.
Dunning, Mrs. Wadhams, Mrs. Moses,
Mrs. PaikB, Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Doe
defetdt, Mrs, Foster, Mra. Fay, .Mrs.
Chnrlcs Wilder, Mrs. Damon. Mrs. Al-
fred Castlo, Mrs. James Cockburii,
Misses Ilcatrlce Castlo, Margery Cas.
tic, Irene Klhr, Madge McCandless,
Norn Sturgeon, Vera Damon, Alice
Cooke, Constance Hestarlck, Mrs.
Walter Fienr and Mr. Faxon IllBhop
wero asked to pour tea and coffee.
Among thofco present and Invited were
Qowriior and Mrs. Walter Fiear, MaJ
Jr and Mrs. Dunning, 'Mnjor and Mrs.
WmlbnuiB. Mis. Atkins, Mrs. Wrlghl
ion, l.leut Wilgbtson, Dr. and Mib.
MeCalliiui. Caiitiiln ICxIou. Meut. Hud
sers. l.leut MtClenry, l.leut. Pardee,
l.leut (Milium. Captain Shlpp. Captain
in tt Mis. Itees, Dr and Mis, laing
linrno. Paymaster nn I Mrs. Unrulier
;tr. l.leut CommniuVr and Mrs.
Moses, Civil Knglneoi niul Jim. Parks,
Miss Fiear, Civil llnplneer Uuriell,
Captain ami 7ifrs. F.iy, Major nnd Mrs.
Long, Captain nnd Mr.i. I.ow, dipt, and
Mrs Itamsay, Captain II. C. Snyder,
dipt ('. Cniupbell, 1.1-nt. M. IJ. Stear
er. I.lctil I'imIci wixi.', l.leut. nnd Mrs.
Faiipihaisdii, l.leut. Kllgoie. l.leut.
Moses, l.leut. Willis, l.leut. Mnrston.
l.leut Ancrum, l.leut. Plukston, Capt.
.Hid Mrs. Falls, Captain ami Mrs. Cast.
net. Major lleecher Hay, Major and
Mis. Wlnslow, I.leui. and Mrs. .Mans,
l.leut and Mrs. Itldaiy. Captain and
Mrs. Otnell, Mr. DougUcrty, Mr. Hall,
Dr Kelly, Col Schuyler, Major nnd
Mrs. Foster, l.leut. Col. und Mrs. Hun
ter, Dr. and Mrs. Morse, l.leut. Chase,
Mrs. Chase. Capt. anil Mrs. Day, Capt.
nnd Mrs Prltchard, Cnpt. and Mrs.
Wllltard Capt. und Mrs. McClure,
Capt. and Mrs. Jenkins, Capt, and
Mrs. Halght, Capt. u'nt Mrs. Sturgls,
Capt, and Mrs. Scales, Capt. and Mrs.
Ilannard, Cnpt. nnd Mrs, Stcwait,
Capt. and Mrs. llurtou, Cnpt. and Mrs.
Qulnslan, Cnpt. and Mrs, Kodncy,
Capt. and Mrs. Whcutley, l.leut. nnd
Mrs. Morrison, I.leu'. and Mrs. Dock
er', Miss Dockory, l.lont and Mrs.
Lewis, l.leut. and Mrs. Wlnnla, Lieut.
nnd Mrs. Gregory, Capt. Forsytho,
Lieut. Hoyt, Lieut. Sheridan, Lieut.
Gronlnger, Lieut. Hanson, Lieut.
Hume, l.leut. Agncw, Mr und Mrs.
Abies, Judge and ..rx Sanford D.
Dolo, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alncrt Afoug, Mrs.
Julia Afcng, Mrs. W F. Allen, Miss
Allan, Dr. and Mr". Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs, C. II. Athert'in Mr, nnd Mrs.
Frank Athcrton, Mrs, (1. Atherton, Dr.
nnd Mrs. Augur. Mr and Mrs. I!al
bltt, Mr. nnd Mrs. (' Uallcntyne, tho
Misses Dallentyne, Judge nnd Mrs.
linllou, Mr. nnd Mrs. Glgnoux, Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. Ilerg, Miss GUIct, Mr. and
Mrs. Hobcrt Shingle, Mrs. Dlckerton,
Mr. Hlckerton, Sir. nnd Mrs, C. A.
Stnblc, Mr. and Mrs Ilottomlcy, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ulssell, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Drown, Mrs. Howen, '-llss Dowen, Mr.
Uowcn, Dr. nnd Mrs. Ilrlnckerhof, Mr.
Cecil Drown, Mr. 0. Drown, Miss Ireno
Dickson, Mr W. Dlcl;on, Mrs. J. A.
Hopper, Miss Margaret Hopper, Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. PetorEon, Miss Peter
Son, Mr. and MrB. 0. F. Hush, Miss
Sparrow Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. Marstnn Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs George Castle, Mr. Druco
CartwrlRht. Mr. T. II. Pctrlo, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Tenney, Mr. and Mrs.
James Castlo, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cas
Copy," The Soul Of
,s yOPY" is the soul of advertising. Advcrtis
J ing space, without good "copy," is like a
wooden Indian in front of a cigar store;
it locates the store, but docs not say anything."
Even the smallest country mprchant 119 longer
fills his space with flapdoodle about the " best goods
in town at lowest prices." He knows that merely
buying space is not advertising; and, having paid for
the space, ordinary business sense counsels him to
make it yield profitable returns.
This can be done only through copy that is
honest, sincere, and convincing. Anybody with
money can buy space in a paper, but very few can
write the copy that pulls business.
Writing advertisements is our business, and we
have made a study ot it, as every man must do of his
own business. We know how to write paying ads.
Let us hear from you about your ads.
We'll charge you nothing
For a consultation.
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 King Street Phone 371
V -. J
tic, Harold Castle, the Misses Castle,
Mrs. Allun White, Mrs. Elizabeth j
Church, Mrs, Stein, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Lowrey, Mr. and Mm. W. O. Smith,
llrs. Doldvn, Mr and Jlrs. J. P. Cooke,
Miss Grace Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Damon, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Unit, Mr.
and Mis. Alfred Custio, Dr. nnd Mrs.
James Judd, Or. and Mrs. Ernest Wat
erhouso. Mis, Ellen Weaver, Hlshop
and Mrs. Ilcstailck, I'.ov. nnd Mrs.
Simpson. Mr and Mrs Stnnlcy, Lady
Hcrron, tho Chlncre Consul, Diltlsh
Consul mid Mrs. Ferstcr, Miss Gras,
Mndamc Frlquo, Governor Cleghom,
Mr. Percy CIcBhcrn, Miss Anna Paris,
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. 0. Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Gcrilt Wilder. Mr. nnd Mm. C.
Wilder, Mrs. W. Wilder, MrB. II. C
Colmnn, Mhs Cross, Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
It. Cooko, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M
Cooko, Mr. and Mrs. Montagu) Cooko
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Cooke, Mr. am)
Mrs. Lcwtoii'Ilraln, ludgo nnd Mrs,
Cooper, Miss Cooper, Mr. and .Mrs.
Frnnk Damon, General and Mrs. Davis,
Mr. und MrB. Ilnsto Harrison, Mr. and
Mrs. C. II. Dickey, Mr. and Mrs
James Dole, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Dil
lingham, Mr. and Mis. Haiold Dllllng
ham, Mr and Mrs. Fiunk Dodge, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs.
Efflngcr, Miss Nina Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. W E. Emory, Mr nnd Mrs
George Ronton, Mrs, William E. Tay
lor, Miss Wcrlhmuoller, Miss- Austen
Miss lingers, Prof, nnd Mrs, Grlfllths,
Mrs. II. J. Uuchlcy, Miss Duchlcy, Mr.
M. A. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Wight, Mr. nnd Mrs. Campbell, Mr.
Will Iloth, Col. and Jlrs Flshor, Dr.
and Mrs. Frcar, Mr. and Mrs. Paris,
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Knudscn, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Eric Knudscn, Miss d
Orange, Mr. nnd Mrn Gartcncrg, Mr.
and Mra J, A. Oilman, MIbb Oilman
Mr. and Mrs. E. Molt-Smith, Mist
Pnty, Mr. and Mrs. Weight, Mrs. Mnry
0 mi n, Mr. and Mrs, A O. Hawes, Jr.,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis Ilatchcldcr, Miss
Jessie Kaufman, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. Iv
ers, Mrs. Ivers, Piof und Mrs. M. M.
Scott, Miss Scott, Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoff
man, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hcdemnnn, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ilnnneberg the flow Mr.
DIIsb and Mrs. Illlss, Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. II. King, tho In panose fconsul
Count Canavarrn, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Jordan; Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Jordan
tho Misses Jordan, Canon Usbourno.
Miss Guidon, Mr. Cuizon UBbourne,
.Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Kennedy, Miss Jos
sla Kennedy, Miss Cni'g, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Klnmp, Judgo nnd .Mrs Kingsbury,
Mr. nud Mrs. Kopke. Mr. and Mrs.
Itoss, Mr. bud Mrs. Paul Itenberg, Dr
and Mrs, Collins, Mrs Richardson, Mr
and Mrs. C, J. Hiitchlns. Judgo nnd
Mrs. Lindsay, Mrs. Patterson, Dr. nnd
Mrs, Moore, Miss Armstrong, Mis, lly
croft, Mr nud Mrs. II. Mncfurluue, Mr
pud Mrs. Fred Mncfailane, Mlahct,
Mncfnrlnno, Dr. nnd Mrs. Ilruce .Mac
hall, Mr, nnd Mrs. It. D. Mead, Mr,
and Mrs, Morrill, Mrs. Mist, Mr. and
Mis. Mist, Mr. nnd Miss Mist. Dr D.
Moore, Dr, nud Mrs. Mcllrew, Miss
llnrdawny. Dr. and Mrs Cooper, Dr
McDouuld, Mr. nnd Mrs. MeSlocker
the Misses McStockcr, Mr. and Mm.
E. II. 'Paris, Mis Wiilliildge, Mlsi,
Parke, Mr. W. Parke, Mr. und Mis.
M, Phillips, Mr. and Jlrs. Fred Smith,
Mr. niul Mrs. limlnerd Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. P. Pond, Sirs. Kldildgo, Mr. und
Mrs. Potwlno, Judge nnd MrB. Quarles..
the Misses Quarles, Mr, and Mrs. Sut
ton, Dr. nnd Mrs. Wood, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Scuililer, Mr. Walter G Smith, Mr.
nnd Mrs, Spalding, Miss Stanley, Mr
and MrB. F. M. Swiinzy, Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. von Holt.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Walker, Mr. and
Mrs, li Wall, Ml. nnd Mrs. F. T. P.
Watcrhouso, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. Water-
house, Mrs. Henry Wulerhouso, Mrs.
Wnlerhouse, Judgo and Mm. Weaver,
Dr. Whitney, Ilov. nml Mrs. Wester
volt. Mr. nnd Mm. Wllhlngtoii, Miss
Wood, Mr.,nml Mrs. Aluxander Young.
Col, nnd Mrs. JOnes, Itov. and Mrs.
Erdman, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Fur
rlngtnn, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Spen
cer, Mr. Harold Spencer, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Shiiltze, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. P. Cooke,
Mr. frank Thompson, Mr. Geo.' P. Don.
Iboii, Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Howling. Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Glfrnrd, Judgo niul
Mrs. A. Wilder, Mr. und Mrs. Hosmer,
Mrs. Selmn Klnuey, Miss Maud Kin
ney, Mrs. Hnlstead, Mr and Mrs.
Frank Hnlstend, Miss Frances Law
rence, Mr. and MrB. Pnxton, Mr. mid
Mrs. II. P. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Hitchcock, Mr. Arthur Mackintosh,
Mr. George Thlclcn, Misses Llshman,
Miss Ciclghton und many othcis.
Mrs. Caroline Jcnness, who sailed
for tho Orient on Toemluy, wiih tlm
mother-in-law of Mi. Thomus Lung
don l.'lwyn, whoso Bister, Mrs. Wui'l
btirg Lnngdnn, gave that famous din
ner In Portsmouth to Admiral Dewey,
tho gold scrvico being sent from Now
York for tho nffnlr.
Judgo and Mrs. Sclden Kingsbury
departed for Maul yrstorday. They
wero laden with (lowers nml tho best
wishes' of their ninny friends, who
turned out in goodly numbers, fol
Mrs. Faxon Hlshop gnvo n lunch
eon last Saturday In honor of Mis.
Alfred Castlo, at which were present
many of tho younger set, out ot com
pliment to tho youthful bildc.
Mrs. Cooke, who Is n guest 'of Tho
I'leusanton oxpocts to sal) for thu
Coast In n few weeks. Sho has been
greatly entertained und Is n very
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hedomnnn. Mis.
Carollno Jenness, Mr. and Mis. .Os
good were among tho passengcrH In
thu Oriental steamer this week.
Will See That There Are No Rals
or Cockroaches In Her Home.
Nothing Is moro discouraging to toft careful
housekeeper than to have rats, oockroacoes or
other vermin la her homo, especially wben sho
Any annor&nco of this klnil Is entirely need
less If sho trill set a box of Btesras' Klcctrlo Ital
and UoachPaste, wbtcb will Urivo rats and ralco
out ot the house to die and rid the home ot tho
cockroucb pest la, a single vlghu
When you go to Ifeo store for an ei terminator
for rats or cockroaches, do not take anything
but Stearns' Kleetrlo I'asto. It Is tho only one
that Is sold under m guarantee to refund the
money tt not aatlsractory. It Is ready for use
and does not have to be mixed with other things,
and a It Is In pasta form, It cannot blow on the
food like the powders sometimes used.
Stearns' Electrlo Paste Is sold everywhere, or
sent txpriH iirtpalj on receipt of price. I oz.
box i5o, IS os. box $109.
Siearna' Electrlo Paste Co , Chicago, III.
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