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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. .SATUIIDAY, ATOIL 3, 1005.
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We have decided to to take a step in a business way that means the ANNIHILATION OF PRICES,
it means the closing out of one of the oldest branches of our large mercantile business.- It means
grealer energy directed toward serving the men of Honolulu for we are
Dry Goods Business
and to quickly gat rid of the stock to make room for Men's Clothing andre-arrange the tailoring de
partment we are going to offer all of the lines heretofore carried for the ladies of Honolulu at
prices less than half formerly charged.
dosing Out Sale begins Saturday, April 3, at 8 A.M.
The enlarged department will be opened on a plan never before
attempted in this city. We have the store, the locality and the
knowledge of the wants of men in the clothing1 line. The new
fixtures will be of a character which for novelty and stupendous
ness has never been seen outside of New York City.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
Swiss nnd Hn mini re Edgings nnd Iiucrtions
Cotton Torchon. Edgings and Insertions
Valcnciennej, EdpinRS and Insertion!
English Torchon lace
Point De Venise Lace, and Insertion!
Mechlin Val. Lace, and Insertions
Oriental Lace and Insertions
Allover Laces in Normandie, Oritntil, Point Do Venise
rucked val. ana fancy net Lace
Pearl Buttons Oarier Elastic
Bona Butioiu Embroidery Hoom
Wire nnd Bone HaJrnins Embroidery Cotton
Tooth Brashes Darning Cotton
Hair Brushes Hat Pins
Clothes Brushes Belt Buckles
Hooks and Eyes Safety Pins
Side and Fancy Back Combs in shell and amber and many others
Silk, lG-button length, in Black, White. Light Blue, Brown, and Chamois.
Lisle Thread, 10-button, in Black and White.
Two-button lengths in Silk, Lisle Thread, and Cotton.
Taffetas in all widths, Bed, Blue, Pink, and White
Sntin Ribbons Taney r.ibbons
Mull and Lawn Waists
White Poplin Wash Skirts Colored Indian Head Wash Skirts
White Repp Wash Skirts Black Voil Skirts
White Indian Head Wash Skirts Black Satin and Silk Skirts
Colored Duck Wash Skirts Children's Raglan Coats
rr.nama Skiits in Black, Grey, Tan, and Navy Blue
Kaplan Coats in Oxford, Tan, and Blown
Tmklih Bath Towels, Face Towels, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Table Linen,
Ntpkins, nnd Bed Srcads
Cm tain, Net
Millinery Pattern Hats
and HATS MADE IN OUR WORK ROOM UNDER THE SUPERVISION
OF MISS HEITMAN.
Persian Lawns, India Linens. Chiffon Cloth, Mulls, Piaues, Percales,
Oinghams, Sateens, Figured Liwns, Glencairn Tissues Montone Silk
It will pay you to come early as the prices are such that the
Goods may be bought quickly by the dealers.
L. B. Kerr St Co., Ltd
Whitney & Marsh
Are Now on Display)
Just One of Each
HELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
WARMED OVER TURKEY.
An nttractho wny to servo tho last
iilci) bits of turkey or chicken U In
combination with potato. For tills
preparo one quart mnshed potatoes.
seasoned well, mid adding tho beaten
yolks of two eggB. Puck tho potato
In to a well buttered border or ring,
mold and place In oven to keep hot.
Pruaru bits of chicken or turkey by
cutting Into neat pieces. Then pie
pure a brown or cream Banco. If (mo
has a dUli of nlco Kravy It will answer
for this. Season well and heat tho
meat In It. Hemovo potato from mold
by turning upside down an a platter
thai will stand slight heat from oven.
Urush tho potato over tho top with
beaten egg. I'luce In own until it
browns; then nil tho center with the
meat and sauco. Garnish with pumlcy
nnd lemon slices.
Separate the whites and yolks of
three eggs; grate the rind of oiui
orange and strain tho jutco of whlcu
there should be tlnoo tablespoonfiil;
bent tho j oiks of tho eggs very thor
oughly and add the orango juice, tho
rind and two tcaspoonfiilB sugar, and
beat until light.. Whip tho whites of
the eggs until stiff, and add tho abovo
mixture, folding in carefully. Place
In omelet pan, which has been heated
with ono tableBpoonful melted butter
In it. Placo In oven and cook slowly
tlfteeu or twenty minutes. When done
fold and turn out on a heated platter.
Dust with powdered sugar. Turnln?
nil omelet out onto n cold dish will
caiue It to fall.
GERMAN COFFEE CAKE.'
This recelpo comes direct from tho
Fatherland and brings delight in
everyone who uses It:
A nlcco of risen bread dough,
enough to make a small louf. Into this
work three tahlespoonfuls soft butter.
one-half cupful sugar, one beaten egg
and a few gratings of nutmeg. hen
all nro thoroughly blended, knead tho
dough until smooth, roll at into a
sheet and fit Into u shallow pan, mil
set nslik) In a warm place to rlso.
Then beat otid egg nnd add enough
powdered Bugnr until It husithe con
sistency of thick cream. Wilt a sharp
knife make cuts over the toil of light
dough nnd fill with tho egg (mixture
Then cover tho top with very layer of
creamed butter, dusted thickly with
cinnamon and bake In quick men.
PRUNE SHORT CAKE.
SIH together two cups flomytnii te.i
spoonfuls baking powder and one-halt
tcaspoonful salt; work Into this thna
tablcspoonfuls butter, add siilllclent
milk (which will bo about ono cupful)
to make a soft dough, ltoll out ami
bako in a quick oven. When dona
split, spread with creamed butter and
layer of cooked and sweetened prunes.
Place top of short cake on this and
dust with powdered sugar. Serve with
cream plain or whipped.
GERMAN PRUNE CAKE.
Cook ono-quarter cup of pearl tapi
oca in one pint of wnter until traim
parent, adding when done line-half cup
sugur, four grains of salt anil the grat
ed rind of ono orange.- Beat the yolks
of two eggs thoroughly and pour over
(hem tho hot tapioca, then add tho
Julco and pulp of tho oranges. Then
udd tho stiffly beaten whites of the
two eggs nnd stir for a few minutes.
Set aside to become cold. Garnish
with slices of ornnges nnd servo witn
cream, plain or whipped, or cold boiled
custard. Any fruit may be substituted
for the orange.
This sauco Is very cholco and will
be found delicious served with ham,
either hot or cold sliced, or with corn
ed beef. To four tahlespoonfuls of
freshly grated horseradish add on
tablespoonfiil vinegar, one-half tca
spoonful salt, one tablespoonfiil sugar,
u generous dash of red popper and five
heaping tahlespoonfuls of whipped
Make a dough such as you would
use for a short cake but udd UilU
enough to inako a thick batter rather
thnn u solt dough. Turn this Into n
long, shallow pan over the top press
lightly Into the mlxturo u laer of
prunes which h.nc been cooked until
tender, sweetene-' ati'J have had seed
removed. BprlnMa with granulated
sugar uud bako In quick oeu. Servo
hot with cream, or with a hard sauce.
STEAMED GRAHAM DREAD. 1
Sift together thiee cups of graham
flour, one cup white flour nnd ono level
tcaspoonful salt. Add a scait nip of
molasses and two nnd ono-Au'f cupi
thick, sour milk, In which yoil dlssolvo
two level teaspoonfuls BOdn. Heat
thoroughly, Turn Into woll-uuttered
molds. Cover closely and steam twi
and one-half bonis. One-pound baking
powder chub uro flue to use for mohU.
CORN MEAL MUFFINS.
Cream one-half cup butter, add grad
ually ono cup sugar und ono egg beat
en until light. Then add alternately
ono cup liilllt und three cups flour In
which has been sifted three teaspoon
fills baking powder. Flavor with
lemon or vanilla. Hake Jn a shallow
pan. When It has been spread In the
pan dredge, with granulated sugar.
When dono, cut In squares and Bervo
lint with golden sauco.
Cream one-forth cup butter, add one
half cup sugar, then -two eggi beaten
without separating until wry light.
Into this stir ono cup milk and one
and one-half cups flour, ono and one-
half cups corn meal and three level
teaspoons baking powder and one-halt
leaspoonfiil salt, which have been sift-
eiHogether. Beat thoroughly iiuil bako
twenty minutes In hot butturcd gem
cups. I i-
Ono tablespoonfiil lemon julco, ono
tablespoonfiil freshly grated horse
radish, ono tablespoon tomato catsup,
ouo teaspoonful suit, one drop tobasco
sauco and ono teaspoon Woicestor
slilro sauco. This mlxturo Is enough
tn dress two cocktails.
This Banco calls for ono forth euii of
butter beaten to n cream; add grad
ually, ono cup brown sugar and tho
beaten jolks of two bkks. Then ndJ.
stirring all tho while, one-half cup
scaiued mllK or cream Cook over hot
wnter until mlxturo thickens. Flavor
with nutmeg, brandy or vanilla.
Carried to his last resting place liy
loving friends, Sugar Hoy, a pet poll
parrot owned by Mr. and Mrs. J. I.e
fevie Bradley, was given an elaboi-
ate funeral in the North Plalnlleld
cemetery. The parrot was the only
companion of the llrudlejs for eight
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