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- We have just opened a sample line
of Infants' long and Short Coats,
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no 'two alike, 3.00 and upw.
Infants' Part Wool Blankets, light
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Co", at 00; pair.
A new assortment. Bo Peep and
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light blue, $1.25 a pair.
Spot-proof, perspiration-proof, and
fast black 75 jd.
An entirely new assortment of Side
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SIDE COMBS in shell, nmber, and
SIDE COMBS, 15 25 35 a
pair and upwards.
HAIR BARETTES. in plain and
fancy carved, shell and amber, ISo
BACK COMBS jn shell, amber, and
grey, 20 25$ 35 and upwards.
We pay special attention to Island
orders. A postcard will bring you
Our immense new stock of untrim
med straws.' is now open. 'Hundreds
of shapes in white,-. black, and lead
ing eolors'are here sliapcs-that. are
entirely new, in all the different
kinds of straws.
See for yourself what others pro
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A visit to our Millinery Department
will please your eye, cultivate your
taste, and add to your knowledge of
the current fashions.
The very latest up-to-date styles.
IRISH-CROCHET BOWS in differ
cnt "styles, afOO. '
IRISH CROCHET JABOTS, with
lace edge, at 75c and 90c.
EMBROIDERED J A B 0 .T S. lace
trimmed, embroidered in delicate
colors, at -I0.
NEW EMBROIDERED STOCKS,
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NEW EMBROIDERED STOCK
COLLARS, new designs, 20 each.
Corner Fort and Beretania
The new publication issued by the
great Butterick Fashion House now
here' ' '
The price is 25 including a cer
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Our Monev-Back policy protects
you. Our motto is "Satisfaction, or
Collar Supporters. Washable, trans
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A new dress material, all pure lin
en, in light blue, pink, cadet, Nile
green, and champagne. 35 and
Silk Waist Patterns
latest stjles and patterns, only
one of a kind, in Waist Lengths.
New Neck Ruchings in white, pink,
light blue, black, and white with
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Embroidered in silk, in red, white,
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A SOCIAL CHATTER sz HOME TALK a
Sr. ANDnnws cathudiial on
Kaster Monday night was tho
sceno of n pretty wedding llio
contracting panics being Miss
Dora Donaldson of Sydney anil
1 ' .Mr. Hugh Mlnchlu oC Hono
lulu, tho Hlght Hcv. Waliop Hestar
Iclc performing- tho coromony, unstat
ed hy Canon Simpson, tho Hcv. Mr.
llllw, tho Uuv. Mr. Hnll, and tho Hcv.
Mr. Pot'wlrle, who gavo tho bride
away. 1'iomptly at 7:30 tho bridal
party walked u llio nislo to tho
Htrnlns of tho Wedding March from
Lohcpgrln.plnycd by JJr. Caccres.
Miss Mnudo Donaldson, ulster of tho
bride, acted ns mald-oMionor and Mr.
Spencer lllckerton wan best man.
Then came tho bride, who looked
beautiful 'In her exquisite empire
dress of white nlnon do solo and veil
with Its wreath of orange blossoms.
Sho carried n bride's has of white
Latin. They were met at tho chancel
stops by tho groom and lllshop lies
tuilck, and soon tho Impressive ccre
inony onded and the Inspiring stralnq
of Mendelssohn's Wedding March
greeted tho cais. Miss Maude Don
nldson wax lovely In a palo-bluo tol
letto and tho wreath of forgot-mo-nola
attached to tho abort veil wnn
most hcconilng. Kvorybody Bali It
was ono of the prottlest weddings nt
St. Androw's, and tho' church with
lis l'.tster decorations mndo n most
offectlvo setting for the jouthful
A reception and supper was given
by Mrs. Spehcor lllckerton of Valen
cia directly after tho ceremony, at
which only tho rclnthcs and Intimate,
friends of tho btldo and groom wero
bidden, The lllckerton rcsldeuca nt
W.ilklM was a perfect bower of lovo
llncss and ono comer of the lnnal,
whcio Mr, and Mrs, Mlnchlu receiv
ed, looked partlculaily attractive, so
elYectho wero tho decorations "of
palms, Unstcr lilies, ralla lilies, and
ferns, and tho riinwlng-room also
was elaborately decorated with lilies
and lino Australian ferns. In the
dining-room Japanese, decorations
were artistically massed against the
walls and Japanese lanterns throw
out n soft radtanre over tho sceno.
Rat and Roach
rids the house of all vermin
in a night. Drives rats and
mice out of the bouse to die.
2 oz. box 25c; 16 o;. box tl.OO.
Sold everywhere or tent expreta -prepaid
on receipt of price.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago III.
Tho grounds strung with electric
lights mado ever) tiling as bright as
day, and tho walk to the pier was a
favorite, through a pathway of light
which seemed like fair) land.
Mrs. lllckerton looked moBt distin
guished In a hnndsomo'tollette of sat
in and sho woro many diamonds. Sho
greeted all comers with tho gracious
ncss which mado her for J ears a most
popular hostess. Tho cako was cut
by tho bride and tho tablo with Its
cxqulslto whlto roses, glittering sil
ver, and priceless china, mado a plc
turo once seen, never to be forgotten.
Tho brldo and groom wero toasted
and thotr health pledged In cham
pagne. As Mr. nnd Mrs. Mlnchlu
weio stealing away to tho motorcar
which had been waiting, Bhowcrs at
rice and silver stars almost covered
them, and when she throw nor bou
quet tlie Ilov. Mr. Hall was tho ono
to catch It, amidst laughter and
much fun. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mlnchtn
will spend their honeymoon at Hale
iwa and will maVo their homo nt
Mrs. Mlnchln comes of distin
guished ancestry, her father, Mr. Les
lie Steward Donaldson, being District
Magl8tiuto of Sydney, and she Is tho
granddaughter of Sir Stewart Alex
ander Dooaldton, the first Premier
of Now South Wales, and her moth
er's hiathcr, St. Clair Ounthcr, is Vi
car Ccnerul of Sydney, and another
uncle Is Aichblshop of llrlabuflo.
Lady Donaldson wished very much
to be present nt llio wedding hut was
presented by illneBs.' Mr. Mlnchlu
met his bride In Sydney, and ho Is
connected with tho boafd of under
writers and comes of a flue old fam
ily In Australia; Ho Is also presi
dent of tho local assembly of thfi
Ilrotheihood of St, Andrew's and U
dlicctor of tho Cathedral Chapter.
Mr. and Mrs. Mlnchlu will rceche
on Tuesdays In May and Juno at
their buugnlow near "Valencia," nt
Morning Musio Club
Tho Morning Music Club met In thq
Kaplolnnl Diillillng an Wednesday,
Apill 14th, Mrs. Herzcr acting as host
ess. Tho following program was ren
dered: 1. I'apcr Current MiiBlcal Events ...
Mrs, Theo. HicharflB.
2. Vocal Solo
Spilug Song. Maud Valorlo White
I Lovo You Truly.. Carrlo J. Bond
Mrs. U. A. Mott-Spilth.
3. Gavotto .... Clara Kathleen Hogors
4. Aria Liza Llllmann
Tho Worldly Hopo Men Set
Their HcnrtB Upon (Persian
- Mis. Walter Hoffman,
5. Violin Duet '
(u) Cradlo Song Ondnr.l
(h) Serenade Oodaid
Miss Hosslo Hopper, Mm, !".
0. Cycle .... Amy Wondfordo Kindeu
On Jhclum HIer A Kashmiri
(a) Duet Jhelum fllvor
(b) Tho Song of the Urido
(c) Will tho lied Sun NoefSot.
(d) Astoo at Her Lattice.
(o) Only a Hose.
(f) Duet, Kingfisher Illuo.
lira. Hugo Herzcr, Miss Irm-
For Miss Wickstrum .
Mrs. Clarence II. Olson gno n ery
l)retty and Informal tea on Tuesday
nfternon nt tho Ploasantnn In honor of
her sister, Miss Agnes Wickstrum of
LlncnhijrN'ebrnHka, who Is lsltlug her,
Tho guests, who wero all of tho young
er set, wero entertained during the nf
ornoon by making up picture puzzles,
tables being placed op tho circular la
nnl. Tho tea tablo wns Inld in tho
prlvato dining room nnd was most
tempting. Tho decorations wore red
carnations nnd mnllo nnd red' lels. Tho
lefroilimcnts wuro cry dainty. Mrs.
Olson was gowned In a handsome pat
tern organdy nnd her slater lu u must
dainty whlto lingerie. Among thoso
present were Mlsa; Katharine Smith
and Miles Ml 1'aty, who assisted in re
ceding, nnd Misses Hopper, Water
house, Damon, Sopor, Irene Usher,
Sura Lucas, Helen (llrtlri, Murjorlo
Peterson, Allco Cooper, Nora Sturgeon,
Hartwell. Perry, Kila Wight, Isllo
Wight, Hestnrlqlc, Miss Wickstrum,
who Is quite n musician, delighted her
guests by playing for thesi.
Tho hop. ht tno Mohnn Hotel on'
Monday evening was docldedly a gay
affair, nnd as It was given In honor
of C.ipfnln Dodd, tho officers, wives,
and sweethearts on board tho United
States tiansport Thomas, .brilliant
uniforms ns well as pretty women
wero out In great numbers. Soma
of the dresses wero very handsome.
One tall, dark woman had on a Di
rectolre frock, built on the most up-to-dato
lines of "sling," nnd It did
most decidedly. Never has anything
been Keen like it IiorcT There wero
many nf tho local boclety set pres
ent, nnd everybody seemed to havo a
good time. The Twelfth Cavalry
Hand gave a concert under tho hau
tree and delighted tho guests by ren
dering many popular airs.
There was also a hop at tho Alex
ander Young Hotel on Thursday
evening at which only the military
teemed to attend with a verr few
exceptions. The Twelfth Hand pjny
cd on tho roof gunrden preceding tho
dance nnd the dresses wero lovely.
Particularly striking was tho frock'
worn by' Mrs. Westcn a Dlrectoirc
in spangled net. She was grace per-
It is possible to sit up- til1 -wo
a.m. to finish an
interesting book, and thereby incur a
.bad headache and an all-day grouch;
spme people do it.
Again, it is possible tp cnR,H SP
much good beer that the organic funcr
tions are severely taxed; some people
do that. Too much water would be
Good -beer,' in.mpderatjpn, is gopd
for one. Nothing else will sharpen the
appetjte and aid the sluggish digestion
like a glas,s of beer with meal$: jn
To Suit!The QjmaieC U
sonified nnd an exquisite dancer. Tho
same tall brunette was there In an
ultrn-rrench frock with a largo hat
placed well Into the head I say
"Into" advisedly, for that Is tho lat
est way to wear (ho new chnpeau.
Nothing must bo teen but tho mouth
and chin, to bo strictly up-to-date. I
Unless ou have a chin, don't do It,
unless juu wish to look nbsurd. Mrs.
Kllzabcth Church at both balls pre
sented eerjbody and most nobly
did sho do her duty. She looked ery
pretty In n sweet whlto frock, und
Tho Orphcum theater hat been
crowded nightly with most enthusl
astle audiences and the opening night
on Monday was a gala otic In every
respect. "Pals" was plajed by n
clever company and staged in fine
style. The ladies of the company are
joung and pretty and they can act.
The men's parts were also well Inter
preted and frequent applause greet
ed them. Tho Osboru children
amused overybody hy their delightful
iongs and dances, and the theater was
a tool and Interesting place to spend
tho evening. Many well-known peo
ple wero in tho audience and a flue
season of drama and comedy can he
looked forward to. Tho Hon. Joe)
Cohen descnes his success, for ho Is
always looking out for the pleasure
of the public. In tho boxes weio
seen Dr. and Mrs. Wuterhouse, Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. C-be-Dccrlni;, Mhs
Jesslo Knufmann, Messrs. Hlchurd
Wright, John McKlnnon, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jlcnry Afong, Mr. and Mrs. Hob
ert Atkinson, Mrs. Julia Macfarlauc,
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert, Miss Herbert,
Miss Green, Mrs. Cohen, Mrs.
Hhndes, Mr. Charles Kicc, Mr. Thos,
King, and many othois.
An elaborate luau-was given nt
Pcnrl HurLor on Stinduy by Mr. John
Colburn In honor of his wife's birthday
nnd for Mr. Pollitz, who Is a gueHt at
the, Alexander Young hotel, and a
prominent man In tho financial, world.
The tnblu was colored with all tho del
icacies of tho foust, nnd lels as woll as
bouquets wero prosonted each guest.
Her Mujesty tho Queen was present.
and among others wero Mr. und Mrs.
Robert Shinglo, Mlss Gladys Miner
Mr. and Mrs. A, Campbell, Mr nnd
Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Qalbralth, Dr. Miner, I
Mr. J. Oilman und many others.
Mis. J. n, Asho and friends, Miss
lender and Miss Geronlo, who nro nt
ho Ploasaliton, nro booked to return
jn San Krnnclsco on tho Korea, Mnv
4th. Thoy hao been cxtonslvely en
tcrtalned during their stay In Hono
lulu, having many Mends hero MrB
Asho Is very handsome, being decided
)y Spanish lu type. Slie.Js n slstor-ln
taw of Mrs. lUrold Bewail.
Mr. George, thovon of Henry Oeorgo
u woll known club man am) bon lvanl
of San t'rnuclsco, Is nt tho Aloxandcr
Youtig hotel. '
Miss Herthn Huth Young, who re
turned from California last week, Is
looking ns chic ns ever, mid tho Is
being warmly welcomed to her Isl
and home by a large contingency of
friends. If ntobody can wear llio
"cling" gown to ndwmtnge It Is lulr
charming self, for she bus u perfect
figure, und knows what Is becoming.
Prof. T. A. Ju;Kur and Mm. Jugg.ir
nf Hoston, and Mr J. .1 Kline, who
hao been guests at tho I'lcuantou
dm in; their Slav In Honolulu, vailed
for vie, Client on the Manchuria. Tiny
hao engaged apartments at llto Pleas
"Hon for the end of Mjy. expecting
to return hero nbout tho "Cth nnd ie
innlti ii fOw weeks In tho Mamli.' "
Mrs, P. M. Swnnry will soon inako
i, trip to the States, to b6 present at
her daughter Nora's rommenceiiielil
at the gfhool In Connecticut which tdio
-.(tends. After that Mrs Snunzy and
her dnughtcr will travel a little be
fore returning to Honolulu.
Mr and Mrs. C. II. Olson, who haxo
been nt the Plcasantou hIiicc they re
turned from tho Coast. hao taken tho
Wehtervelt coltago lu Collegn Hills
md wllliunc thoro n Monday.
Mr. "William li win Is expected hero
'.n May, rind Mrs. Irwlu and Mli Irnlu
will go to Newport for tho summer,
'lelug tho guests of Mis. Hoblnson,
vho has u beautiful llla there.. .
Tho Augustus Knudccnswtll soil on
ho Mongolia for tho coast, where they
will spend tho summer. They Intend
to return In tho autumn und spend
.ho winter In Honolulu.
r -k w
Mr. nnd Mra. Jack Warren hao tak
en tho Wm. A. mo Iiqimo on Wlder
Uonuo, near Ktulo. until tho return
if Mr. and Mrs. Love frtmi abroad, nnd
.ro now at home to their friends.
Mr. J. H. Hertscho, the iiopnjar and
succes.ful inuuuKi i nf th Young, Mo
ma ami IIiw.iiiiiii iiii,-n will tako a
six moiitlu e ullon in May.
Mrs. Fred Knight and .Miss Tlu-!m.i
Parker mo leglstercd at tho 'Moana
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