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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 06, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVnNINO HUM,ET1N, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, AI'IUL 0, 1000. f
Whitney & Marsh
Are Now on Display
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
' 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
greater energy directed toward serving the men of Honolulu for we are
Retiring from the Dry Goods Business
and to quickly get rid of the stock to make room for Men's Clothing andtre-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.
Closing Out Sale Is Now On
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 clothjng; 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 and Hamburj; Edginw and Insertions
""' Corset Covers
Cotton Torchon, Edgings and Insertions
Valenciennes. EdpinRS and Insertions , "
English Torchon lace
Point De Venise Lace, and Insertions
Mechlin Val. Lace, and Insertions
Oriental Lace and Insertions
Allover laces in Normandie, Oriental, Point De Venise
Tucked Val. and fancy net laca
Wire and Bone Hairpins
Hooks and Eves
' Dnrninfj Cotton
Side and Fancy Back Combs in shell and amber and many others
5 Corset Covers
Mull and lawn Waists: V Linen Waists
Net Waists Silk Waists
' Whito Poplin Wash Skirts
White Repp Wash Skirts
Colored Indian Head Wash Skirts
Black Voil Skirts
White Indian Head Wash Skirts Black Satin and Silk Skirts
Colored Duck Wash Skirts Children's Raglan Coats
Fanaraa Skirts in Black, Grey, Tan, and Navy Blue
Baglan Coats in Oxford, Tan, and Brown
Turkish Bath Towels, Face Towels, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Table Linen,
Napkins, and Bed Snrcads
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, Red, Blue, Pink, and White
Satin Ribbons Fancy Ribbons
Millinery Pattern Hats
and HATS MADE IN OUR WORK ROOM UNDER THE SUPERVISION
OF MISS HEITMAN.
Persian Lawns, India Linons, Chiffon Cloth, Mulls, Piques, Percales,
Ginghams, Sateens, Figured Lawns, Glencairn Tfssues 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 & Co., Ltd
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Just One of Each
RECEPTION BY ! ST IMS ARE HELD
Honolulu Society Attmds San Francisco Market Is
Brilliant Party For
Tho official reception Riven list
night by Japanese Consul Qencrul
Ujcno, In honor of Hear Admiral IJI-
chl, commander In chief oC Ills Im
perial Majesty's training squadron,
now In port, and his officer at the
Alaxauder Young Hotel was a great
Tho two pavilions were attract
ively decorated with American and
Japanese- flags. The ceilings wero
adorned vth Illuminated Japanese
lanterns and tho root garden glitter
ed with colored lights.
Tho reception, which commonced
at 8:30 o'clock, was held In tho
maiikn pavilion. In the receiving
lino were Japancso Consul General
Uyono, Mrs. Abe, wife of tho Japan
ese Klovo Consult Admiral IJIchl,
Captain Y, Islilt of the flagship Abo,
and Captain T. Sato of the cruiser
Soya. Tho officiate wero all bril
liantly nttlrcd In their official uni
forms. As the guests arrived they
were presented to tho distinguished
visitors by the Hon. A. U. C. Atkin
son, Mr. Claudius Mcllrldc, nnd Chief
Clerk D. L. Conkllng of tho Secre
All tho Consuls of foreign nations,
accompanied by their wives, wero
thcro In uniform, and tho Army and
Navy wero well represented. Tho
first guest to be presented to Admiral
IJIchl and the two cnptalns was His
Honor, Mayor Kern.
Stationed outstdo In tho open air,
under canopy, was tho naval band
from tho flagship Aso, under tho
leadership of Mcut. 11. JVknznkl. Tho
band played several Ocrldcntal selec
tions alternated with Japanese airs.
When tho Governor, accompanied by
Mrs. Prenr arrived tho band struck
up "Tho , Star-Spangled Ilanner,"
while, tho Admiral and nil otneers and
cadets stood at, attention.
Admiral IJIchl and Mrs. Frear were
conspicuous In the dancing pavilion,
where A. Ij. C. Atkinson was In
charge of tho program. Ono of tho
first couples to dance was Lluct. lno
Uyo and 4Mrs. Hawes. Lieut. Inouyo
Is a member of the nobility. Japan
cso society" was well represented. Al
most nil the prominent Japancso of
Honolulu' wore present. Tho ladles,
attired lii silk kimonos, with their
husbands in European dress, woro
very picturesque. Commander Sak
amoto, chief of staff, nnd Captain
Ishll expressed their great pleasure
and satisfaction nt the way Honolulu
folks have entertained them.
As Admiral IJIchl and party passed
down tho roof gardon, the naval band
played tho "Klmtga-yo," tho Japan
cso national anthem. This selection
again brought tho officers and cadets
and tho American officers nt atten
tion, until It ended. After tho danco
was over light refreshments wero
served to tho guests In tho tnatika
Firm and Buying
Stock-trading quieted down somo
what this forenoon under tholnllu
enco of nothing In particular. Hut
there wns still more activity than ott
ordinary days tho early part of tha
Olnn took n Jump this morning,
not particularly In sales, but tho
holders of this stock want six tlollais
a share. Doth Olan and Mcllrydo
among tho lew expensive, stocks nro
hold very firmly nnd general activity
may bo expected nt any tltno when
tho bti)lng starts up again.
Hawaiian Agricultural sold this
morning nt an ndvnnco of five dollars
n sharo over previous figures. Pio
neer Is strong nt I173M nnd Ewa Is
selling In good-sized blocks nt $29.
Oahu is stablo nt 132.00 and Wa la
fun can bo bought In smalt lots nt
U7.S0. Very little of this stock,
however, Is coming out.
Tho lull Is considered to bo only
temporary. The San Francisco mar
ket haB strengthened very much, nnd
although thcro nro no pressing buy
ing orders from that direction, It Is
clear that tho pcoplo on tho Coast
nro beginning to ta'ko notice. It Is
reported that tho recent buying ordor
for Mcllryde wns from the Coast.
During tho Inst week comparative
ly little stock has been purchased'
from tho Coast, nnd thcro will prob
ably bo less as tho season progresses.
Tho deal whoroby the Hnwall Irri
gation bonds wero taken up has al
lowed for the placing a good lot ot
money that needed bonds for Invest
ment. Mr. Pollltz Is being congrat
ulated on his good work In this flo
tation, alt, tho capital enlisted being
Strnngo loiters coma lh to trio var
ious business houses of tho city and
this Is ono of them:
Denr Sir: I am Informed rercronco
to order of that Red Indian Tobasco.
Please regard and sepd to mo ono
case of tho Tobacco In following trip
as your at convenience.
Trusting your orders aro attended
with my satisfactory and oblige.
185 'editorial rooms 250 bui1
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
A dispatch from Omiha, Neb., ot
Feb. 18th, says:
' John O, Woollcy, head of tho Prohi
bition party for many years and noiu
Inco of that party for tho Prct-ldcncy
In 1900,i)ias deserted tho party and
will work from tho lines of (ho older
parties In future Mr. Woolloy Is vis
King his son In Omaha and today mat
ed that ho was no longer a member of
Iho Prohibition party, although ho wan
still n prohibitionist.
"I bollue tho party haB accomp
lished all tho good that It can," said
ho, "and from now on tho most effect
Ivo work cin bo carried onmtsldq of
Its lines. Tno party 'renchod Its pur
poso In bringing tho liquor question to
a national lssuo, sand Its iisefulnea
on tied' there. Having passed Its use
fulness, there Is no furthe'r necessity
for' It being kept rillvo. I shall con
tinue working for prohibition, but not
through tho party of that name"
This Is tho "unkfndest cut of nil,'
when he who has been placed In tho
highest plnnaclo by his rnrly turiiH
around and spurns Is as no longer of
iisq.- Wool ley Is, however, wlso to do
sort a sinking ship. Exrhango.
"All tho latest popular novclHl"
sang out tho tralnboy. Then, hold
ing out a copy of "The Quest of
QueBiiny" to n prosperous-looking
passenger, ho urged: "Uuy Hooth
Tarklngton's latest work, sir?" Tho
man looked annoyed. "No! I am
Hooth tarklngton himself." "Then
buy a cojiy of 'Three Weeks,' " per
sisted the hoy. "You nln't Elinor
Glii ton, nlo qu?" llvir loI
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