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ONDERFttL BARGAINS TO BE OFFERED THE LADIES OF HONOLULU ON MONDAY, WHEN THERE WILL BEGIN A SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
STORY, AND YOU WILL BE GETTING DOUBLE VALUE EVERY TIME YOU PASS A HECE OF MONEY OVER THE COUNTER. ZT READ THE LIST:
PRICES DO NOT COUNT THE GOODS TELL THE
$ .05 Gowns. . .SALE PRICE $'.40 $ .05 Skirts. . . .SALE PRICE $ .CO
$ .75 Gowns. ..SALE PRICE $ .50 $ .75 Skirts. .SALE PRICE S ,50
$ 00 Gowns. ..SALE PRICE $ ,G5 $1.00 Skirts ...SALE PRICE $ .75
$1.00 Gowns. . . .SALE PRICE $ .75 1.25 Skirts. . . .SALE PRICE $ .85
$1.25 Gowns. . . .SALE PRICE $ .90 $1.50 Skirts. .SaK: Price $1.00, $1.15
$1.50 Gowns . . SALE PRICE $1.15 $1.75 Skirts. ..Sale Price $1.10, $1.25
$1.73 Gowns. . . .SALE PRICE $1.25 $2X0 Skirts Sale Price $1.25, $1.35
$2.00 Gowns . SALE PRICE $1.35 12.50 Skirts. Sale Price S1.50, $1.75
$2.50 Gowns. . . .SALE PRICE $1.65 $3.00 Skirts Sale Price $1.75, $2.00
$3.00 Gowns SALE PRICE $1.00
$ .40 Corset Coven 25o
S .50 Corset Covers 35c
9 .05 Corset Covers 40c
$ .75 Corset Covers 50o
1.00 Corset Covers 75o
M.25 Corset Covers 90o
$1.50 Corset Covers $1.00, $1.15
$1.75 Corset Cover $1.15, $1.25
$2.00 Corsst Covers. . . .$1.25, $1.35
Drawers 20c pr.
Drawers 25c pr.
Drawers 25c pr.
Drawers 45c pr.
Drawers 50c pr.
Drawers C5c ur.
Drawers 75c pr.
Drawers 90c pr.
Drawers $1.00 pr.
Drawers $1.05 pr.
$ .75 Chemises $ .50
$1.00 Chemises $ .75
&1.40 Chemises $1.00
$1.75 Chemises S1.15
$2.00 Chemises $1.25
$2.25 Chemises . . . $1.50, S1.05
$2.60 Chemises $1.50, $1.05
S3.00 Chemises .... 1.90, $2.00
SHORT CHE M I S E S
$ .00 Chemises $ .45
$1.25 Chemises $ .00
$1.40 Chemises $1.00
$1.75 Chemises $1.00
$2.00 Chemises $1.25, $1.35
SPECIALS FOR MONDAY ONLY
WHITE LAWN DRESSES.. $2.50
WHITE LAWN DRESSES. . .$1.75
GINGHAM DRESSES. $1.00
GINGHAM DRESSE? . ,. . . .$1.50
GINGHAM DRESSES $1.90
SALE PRICE $1.50 EACH
SALE PRICE .... $1.00 EACH
SALE PRICE $ ,75-EACH
SALE PRICE $1.00 EACH
SALE PRICE ...... $1.25 EACH
SALE PRICE $1.50 EACH
SALE PRICE $1.75 EACH
GINGHAM DRESSES $2.25
GINGHAM DRESSES $2.75
MOSGUITO NETTING IN 10-YD. PIECES
ENGLISH NETTING, 00 inches wide, rcg. $5 pc. .tSALE PRICE $3.75 PC,
Street, Opposite Catholic Church
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nil. r..Miini.ii.H i-aii:h..ii r. I'm Mni, mill Mi: Newel! icbmuIIiik
N , and .Mm. I.ii'.(i eiitcrlali,.' I ur million In Hid imisei vatlim
lit dinner at tliu Alexander '""Vuim'nt. Milcr iiiIiIicixm will liu
Yoiinjs hotel on Tuesday i-ten-1 rii.nln by Covcrnor Pi ear, who was n
lint: Mtk. t.ortf. Mn)nr Win-l,!l'1"'"1''" " "'' imtnfolo Confeienc'e of
ItloW. C01'I8 0 KllUillferit, II. S. I'iOVellllllB, called lit the While llouso
iiml .Mni. Wltihlntv. Mi. mni .Mm..1' lll President Inst May. JiiiIko
Atdifnrd, Mtto. Wi KarililRlitfw AtlnHimiil for their rhcrsr nlnl tnsle ui
Anna 1'uiln. Jlpi v.n llnnini, Mrs. iiineli pjaWo catmnt lie lieatijwcd The
Lackland Mm llnl i ;nl. -.Mri, .lutnex ii.itroiiifiien weiu:
Kciiuo-'y, Atrj. ray, Mi H. M. Hamlin .Mesdinies W. I. Krpar, Wii.ter
Aim. McCaUmii. Mi l'i rln Mi .1 Wall. (Iuiiikc Augur. (leoiKi; (.' ' II
Pchwvtz, AIIkh l-'rr.r. Mr. rMlninl ' I". PIlliiiKlinm. Watmm, W. C Hiriili.
M I,n. M-a l'i,i,ir I. l n lln ' l.allttl Wclllllt. II. A. AldH lll.'ll A
lick.' Mm. 'IV.i.ie'v IV. f." Mi's Locke IWall.i:. I. Kuldl..K. Andrew .11
llolnmii. Mr. unit Mr. Ttimey Peck,
A lua .UrCninlkiis, Mli-n I roar, AkhIhI
lint Civil lillKlnctir llnriell. (1. S. N.
The Idea iif Wmililiututi'H lilrllnl.iy was
can led out. I lit- f.iiral i1crura,tluiiii.
however, lieln-f net iirlde In hnii'ir of
tliu bowl of ..pU'inllil AniPilcui llp.uity
roavh. t-rnl to tho table by Alrn. Tcnney
Vyr'S, who laicr .IoiIrIiiiiI the illnnur
Client b) her billllanl tiluyliw of (lie
nvoitiire of "Tho Allrev'ii Mill," mni
by In r iquUIU tendering of . tliu
minus 'Constancy" tui.l "Succtlicatt.
Work Per Women
The niietlng for the illscusslim ut
Hie HiiiKcrvutlnn of our tiutiuul n-
, h.MirceB, nt the resilience of Aim. W.
1. l-'rear. next Tuvmlny nfterniHin tit
I oVliiil., promlsoii to be ino.it Inter
.'Slllii;. 'I'lila meeliiiK Is held umler
Hie aimiiliex of tlirC'ollc(.c Club, but.
mi Invfl-itloaB luiu been Imiu-il ami
llio imiIiIIp Is (urdinlly Imjleil to lie
preM'iit. .Mis. AuRiistiiH ICniulseii,
IlnwuU's nlile ileleeatu to tlio Worn-
T iii'h Nnilntinl Kitcr mid Harbor Con
I'.rosj, will tell of the flroiio of tlio
worK us nutlineil In thlu CoiiKrcsx,
mid will lirltiK Kpeclul mess.iRes fiom
riohlilent HiK.tccl.t, Air. Onrlleld, Mr.
Hole, Air. Homier, ex-(lovernor Car
ter, utiilMithers who have been Brcat
ty lnt?ieMcil In this snbjeet. Aim.
ICmnhfii lias been nppiiltiteil vice
pie'lilent rf the Woinen'H National
tllvuiM mid llaiboia Confeienee for
llav.-.ill a. nl fclu deslrej In enllKt Ihu
t ipeiatlmi i f all who are latere: ted,
i'e.-!nll Ilia women. Tlio I). A.
K 'h Mid other oiK.inlvfil woini'ii'H
."lulu am ipnileilnK valnnblf asilbl
unie. N.i doubt the women of Ila-
Mrn. Rnlinmi. Aim. V. Htmilij, .Mr .
Alls '. AlrH. AluseM, Mni. Cooke. Alr.t
lliiv.'ei;, Jr., Mrs. I'.. Chiiieh, Aim.
t'teln iiinl many otheni. .Mis, .lainoa
Jmld lool.'cil particularly fetching In
i. iirmw llul'of jiearoek blue lth-ii
wiealh of pink rouis, mid peat-nek b!nu
Music, inlith, J.iy and Inuiliter nc
comp.iiiled KIiik earnlvnl In his teeN
on Monduy ureulni; at the Alexamli r
YotniK hotel. The roof Kaiden, as well
ns the liilliooni, were kIwii over In
the iluueers, and the hilxhl and'splrlt
eil Kcelio whh mill ll ellJoed b the
MtuuiKerx ns well as the townspeople
who turned out In Koodly numbers tu
re the fun. Tlic cosMiincs weiu not at
.ill elegant. The ballruom and runf
wan will respond enthusl.iHtlcally to puden were brlllhntly llluuilinted
thlu cull for nntlimil looperatlon. rd the carnUnl colors were well car
jrlcil out in the two ball looms, Ihu
;ir .l.ilm Mclruw wan the lioateiis iojIb IicIiib eutwintil ivllh ropeit ot
of a tea j.-yterilay i.fteinoon In Ininor iiinllo mid fiom tlio cellluK lliittered
of Mis. Hur.'ls mil Mra. I'hllllps, who ttie.nnera of led, yellow and Kretii
me so i.i(U to depart. Ann lean lleaii-1 Trailing vines made rpots of beaut)
ty iok'h, pink carnations and mai-'ln the rooms mid a buwer or flowen
Siieilies udurncd the rooms mid the Hcieened the miiiilclanH from lu.
tables. Airs. Archie Young. Airs. A. (lay maskers eery,.vhere mil many
llerm AIIi.ii llarilnniiy. Alius (Illicit at- fpectntoib In rretly cvenliiK dresses
nr.to'l the hostess In looking after the i,ulte enjoyed tlm scene. I.arKo hati?
Kiiests. Airs. .latues Jiidd .oured tea and low-necked dresses Hceined to bu
and Airs WitKhtrou presided behind en n-sle with tho bucloly bet, which
the cnffee tun. Alias Ilnrdaway looked turned out In form In walcli the fun.
very sweet in u dainty while fiock Tho hotels were well represented, un.l
with touches of blue. . Aiiioiik those Ihe stranKcrs Joined In the revels with
present were Mrs. A. Tullcr, Airs. AI nyirkcd Interest. Airs. Albert Taj lor
Ian White, Alra. Alary Tumey, Alri. and ubslhtmits decorated the rooniu,
program was Untuned fo with intcr-
t nnd the chowder, which was serv-
i.d about 1 o'clock, was apiieclated,
ApioiiB the BUests wcro Mis Theo
doie Illchmds, Alts. II. l- l)llllnt!huin,
Mrs. l.nii;horne. Airs KiiipsI ltoxs, ,
Alls S At. Uitnoii, Mni. Wndhnliis,
Mis. IViii.iIh Cay. Alls. Ashford, Ads. i
Teline I'oi-K. .Mis. Whllney. Mis.
Krle Ktiuilseli, Allss l'Oiati(U', Alls. I
Allan Willie, Mis. Kuster, wire of the'
marine ollkcr; Alra. (leorso Fair-1
child .Airs', llolman, Allss lniiHiirdj
Mcliaeier. .Miss .Mcuimlless,
Dr. mid Mrs. James Jiiild pave u
pretty illiincr on Wednesday evenliis.
their Riiestsi IncluilInK JiulKe and Alrt..
Arthur Wilder and Air. nn.l Airs.
Morse. The view fiom the .ItiJd latiali
Is entraueliiK mid the guests were)
cntrnncpil by the extensive panormno
which opened before their gaze. Tho
J (Kills, bv the by, are celubratln,; their
i first nniilversmy on Sunday tliu date
j proiiorly being Kidirtiary 2Uth. Mrs.
Juilil charmed everybody by her sweet
(Lulley, ll.ur HaliU.iii Al;'i II.im
lugs. C. AI. Cooke, H. Ktirsl.i.ry H. M
Hamuli, II. 1). 'fi liney, P. Atlifrl'in Vie
lor Collins. II. AI. Von Holt, 1'. J. Kliu.
I', AI. Swauzy, Hinltli, 1. A. .Sdu.'lie.
(J. AI. V. nirstor, (1. I'. Wlli'er. Hear.
W. A. l.o vo, G. 11. HobertKMt. H li.
Hole, Ilr.Min, J. I. AtcOruw, Win. Hun
ter. W. W. Hall, II. (llffaril, AI IMdl
lips. Poster Himiilng, J. 1. Cooke. A.
R. Murphy, 1 O. llotliimley, Wlnslow,
I.. I.. AlcCnudlesu. I,. Alirama, II. V.
Murray, Cant tier, W. C. Wcedon. II I)
Mead, Aloses, Pulls, Allss A. II. I'mke.
W. AI. Graham, (leo. Angus, Wndliams.
C. W. C. Deerlng. V. Church, W. II.
Castle. AlcCalliim, A. O. Hnwes. Jr, W
It. Lewers. Hldley, A. P. Jiidd. 11 A
Jordan, Waul, James Judd. I). W.
Cooke, Wilglitson, M. I'rosrcr, A. Wall.
W. U, Pay. A. 11. Tucker, I- T. l'cck.
Atkins, Misses tlpaldlng. Alice Kpald
lug. Sanders. Stephens, C. Unll. Smith, mid cordial manner and she Is uM-
Itobcrtsnu, Orncu Robertson, C. I.ang
ton, C. Hcstailck, It. Cattou. C. I.unts
S. Lucas, A. Tucker, Alarlnn (Irceu
Center. N. Center, Whltford, Hurlus.
Wntcrhouse, I). Wfiod.
Allss Anna D.inford will iiuom
pnny Allss Krupp to tlio Orient mid a
visit to her sister, Mis. KlUat, wll
bu Included In hor trln. ,,
f t ..i
Air. and Alrs.'deorge It.'Cirter re
turned this week' after spending' n
very pleasant six mouths In tiavel
Ing. Airs. Walter Prear's miislratu ind
luncheon on Tuesday was a ureal
success nml thoroughly enjoyed. The
Air. mid Airs. Prnncls ll.itehcldcr
of lloslon are registered at tliu
Young Hotel. They will spend suv
eral weeks lu the Islands and expect
to go to the Volcano on Tticsda)
They are both delighted v.lth Hono
' Air. and Alls. Itnnney Scott kept
open house on I'nrndu day and their
luncheon was a very Jolly affair.
Aire. C. II. Clmppcll mid Airs. J.
I). Chappell (rf Chicago arrived on
Ihu Alungolla and are spending a few
pleasant ilajs td-jhtsccliig. They
lenvo for the Orient on tho Tenjo
Alarii, hut hope to make n longer stay
upon their leturn, taking In the
Volcano and other points of Inter
est. Alls .1 I) (lmppel Is a lousln
of Airs AI i: (iiosHin.in.
The lerltal of the O.ihil College
dupaitliii'iit of iiniKle will be given
lonlght In Chillies It. IIUIiop Hall nt
i o'clock. Tho progiaiii Includes
numbers by the best composers,
which will be played by pupils of
Airs. Ingnlls, AIIhs Hhcluchl, and Allss
Clarke. The public Is (ordlally In
vited to attend.
AIr. and Airs. I M ward HulsenhPrg
are domiciled at The i'leasantou nit
er u honeymoon tilp' to California.
AInJor and Airs Long are occupy
ing the "Kualoiin," tliu bungalow of
Air. and Airs. Hawes Jr. In Alaiio.i.
Hear Admiral Lyon, l' S. X. (re
tired), tins mrlved here en route tu
various places of Interest. He was
formerly commandant at the Alare
Island Navy Yard', and has man
friends In this city He has just
come up from Panama Call
Alts Hilc Kuiulwii mid Allss 1'Or
tuigc sailed for Kniial on Tuesday
after a hurl led "look-In" at Alra.
I'eil.'s leceplloii. Alra. Vnldoitiar
Kiiiidheii Is lu town for a feu weeks,
and All. Urle Kiiudseii Is nglnlurod
ut the Young
Air. nnd Airs. (1. A ll.itchelder. mi
well known heie. nie living at tliu
Additional Social on Page 13
IMwanl Iiigliam, vecret-iry of the
.Metropolitan .Meat Company, has nc
(epted the position of manager of the
Parker rnncli. succeeding A. W. Car
ter, the present manager. He will
lenvo for Hawaii next Tuesday to tuku
up his new duties.
(!. S. Chnplu. n imminent mnii from
Juneau Alaska, arrived here on tlio
Oceanic liner Alameda yesterday.
Box Plan for fiirst week's performance! ready Monday
morning, March 1st, 0 a. m. at Bergstrom's.
Popular Prices 25c, 50c, and u75c. .Matinee prices
Children, 25c; Adults, 50, any part of the house.
j 25 Cents
A Clergyinaii'sf Opinion
IME WAS when men were ashimcd to admit that they owned an Interest in a mininp; proposition. They bought mining stock on the sly nnd kept it dark from their friends
nr.tl families Icccuse they regarded their investment as a pari speculation, a bet and a gamble, and a long chance. Put times have changed in recent jears, and so has
n.'r.kii:. The minintr business has advanced just the same as las the suirar business. Men of nationil importance, identified with banking, insurance, railroads and the lead-
inM iudictri. 1j m. iiow interesting themiclves in mining because mining lias been reduced by modern methods, a knowledge of geology, and ths expertness of modern engineers to
n s:ie:iro atJ a Jars thing. Mininj is today p ''ery important and basic business and it's a good deal safer than most businesses according to the talc of tell-tale statistics. Also
it is ere t, tl.o e'eanejt businesses under the sun. A Methodist minister was recently reproached hy one of his flock for identifying himself with a gold-mining proposition, and
this wi h:a i:t., i- substanse, in an open lctcr published in his local brcadshrct:
' Cci.rvr.t ous icraples AGAINST buyinp- stock in a gold mine? I have no such scruples. I purchased my stock as a matter of principle. The Sermon on the Mount and the
"( .! tomr.'- -"mc's don't cotre int the matter and theology needn't. The fact is, I admire a minerf wealth. It is clean. There 's no blood or orphans' or widows' tears on it. It
", "fivh nl a.va from the scheminir a.id cut-throat competition that characterizes ordinary ventures, wheie the success of one man so often means the disaster and downfall of some
"c'.lcr rn i, cr, p;haps, a number o' men. Nobody has been pinched; nobody has hcen wronged. The miner who digs a fortune out of the groand has the satisfaction that he
"l.ttn't uulc 1 it seal, even though lis becomes a hundred times a millionaire. As I look at the matter, thers ar few prcducers of wealth. The many live on the few. The only man
. r.ir,- -.bio t tl-o min-r s tin farmer. He gets what he lias dirset from nature, hut he produces perishable wealth. While he meets a want, his contribution to the world
"v, Jlta ! 3 o: i ;s not a permanent on lik" the miner's. The gold miner is today the kinif wealth producer of the country, and I honor him above all others. .It is no dishonor; it
"nrc.it; no apclogv to emulate his csamwlc or assist him in his efforts. That is the whole question in a nutshM."
n.l who shall cay that this cUrgyman wasn't right, be bis critio n Methodist, an Episcopalian, a Catholic, or a Chinetc Confucian?
Apait from being the cleaneit business, mining is one of the best and safest and soundest and most conservative businesses under the san PROVIDED you get into the right
mins with the ticht people.
Ths "MAYFLOWER" Mine h a proven gold mine, and certified as such by the IJ. S. Government, thi Nevada County Promotion Committee who arc on the spot, and by
rrvi-val Honolulu gentlemen who have been on the spot, and it is in the hands of honest and honorable men. Its guiding spirit is an American who located nnd developed by his
pe nius cue n' the greatest mines that exist in Canada the "Sultana" n man who was honored on his last visit to Europe by beint: elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical So
titty of England, and that hpnor i) not conferred promiscuously on Tom, Dick, Harry, or your uncle Annie, Enou-rh said. BUY MAYFLOWER STOCK. DUY IT NOW!
TT A TT TlflUU Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
JL liLH MJ J V Office, Suite 51 & 25 Alexander Young Bid
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, liilo, Hawaii Phone 499 Call, Write or Phone for a Prospectus
Buy It Now
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