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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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A POON TO MOTHERS
A BOON TO MOTH
ERS. A FRIENH TO BACH
ELORS. Mends Instantly,
without needle or
thtead, nny fabric
from the finest silk to
the heaviest cloth.
WE DELIVER TO
ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY FREE 0 F
NEWEST STYLES AT
We nro showing a
new line of DRESS
HATS, hundreds to
choose from, in I. j
CHIP MIT, A ji
STRAWS. HEA JLI
TAN ns well as HAND
MADE SHAPES, for
street, carriage or re
Imported models and
styles from our own
An entirely new brand, very stylish and up-to-date Positively the
best values ever offered in shirt waists,,
The assortment comprises n profusion of Ion;; sleeve models, all new
and rerfect. '
LOT 1 at ij?1.50 each. Five different styles to select from, made
of fine lawn, with embroidered front' and trimmed with embroidery;
others made of 'inc mull, kc "'kid and trimmed with double thread
Valenciennes Lace; and still others plain tucked rniHatlorcd.
LOT 2 at ?2.00.. Four different stjlcs to select from, made of
fine lawn and sheer mulls, some nil embroidery, others a combination of
lace and embroidery with tucks back and front.
LOT 3 at S?2.ri0. Three styles to select from, mode of sheer fine
materials, one style made of fine baby tucks, lace trimmed, others of
embroidery and lace and embroidery trimmed.
LOT 4 at S?-.7."i. Made of mull and fine lawn, lace and embroid
er? trimmed and fine tucked tailor made with stiff cuff and collar,
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Corner Port and Bcrctanla
: KTiwf-j;.' . A.i-'
Buy an S.'ll. & M Silk Petticoat;
we will guarantee it against split
ting or cracking, and give you a
printed guarantee to that effect.
The guarantee ticket is sewed right
on to the Pttticoat. and you take it
home for your protection.
Guaranteed Silk Petticoats from
A large new assortment just opened, attractive in style and, price.
Every pair ii placed nt an unusually low figure, offering y6u'a big in
ducement to buy now.
3 yds. long at S5 pair.
31j yds. long at $1 pair.
..3V8 yds. long, full width, at
$1.25 a pair. Better qualities
at $1.50, ?2, and up.
Cluny design, 3 yds. long, at
'1.25 a pair.
3 yds. lone, extra wide, new
pattern, ?2.25 a pair.
New style, 3V2 .'yds, long, extra
wide, !?-I.75 a pair.
Made of heavy net, trimmed with
Battenberg and applique, from
95.50 a pair up.
SEE OUR CTJ RTAIN DISPLAY.
THE, NEW EMBROIDERED DUTCH COLLARS
Pretty designs, very latest styles, 35.
Wc know no better
guiding rule than the
demand of the Public.
Perhaps one reason
why this store has
such an enviable repu
tation is that WE
GIVE THE PUBLIC
WHAT IT WANTS.
Wc do not attempt
to dictate what people
shall buy; wc sell
goods for cash to those
who prefer to pay
cash; we op?n ac
counts with those who
want them, UDon get
ting .proper and satis
We consider it a
plain duty, as well as
good business policv,
to regard the wishes
and convenience of
those who deal with
Opposite Pire Station'
SOCIAL CHATTER -sei HOME TALK J
THE POEM OF LIFE
Kwli liiiuimi life i like n little jmem;
Tin1 wmvls mill jilirii-o iire il kiiiillv iIitiIh,
Of which an- love and thought tin- inspiration,
Ami both tin- ki-v to I'vcrvuiie who remix.
X" rimless word xlmiiM ninr the perfect rlivtliin,
Xo hint of iu the jiiirilv chiuiltl coil,
lint cheerful tlnni-jlit ninl thoughts of deep cuiitcltt incitt,
To give the mini ivfrclum nt ufter toil,
Jt ninth rs tint lmw few the vcnr- or verges ' ,
How hri( f (lie nelioiis or the rliviiioi. nniy he.
So tuxk und thought ni'e eueh mid nil cotnplc led,
So touch of lieiuitv iiiiike- it fnir to i.
It U enonli if only ollie sweet frnjiNlliee
I'itVimIi- il. us til.- ro-v 11 viihc of clnv :
It i iK-nlt if iiiidenieiith the 1 1 ti 111:111
Some lin.ith of thought divine lies hid niu.
So, live mid lie, when 1I11-I lin- lilnrreil the unlii
Some iifli render, luniiiif; linek lint pane.
May lind 11 ilinitiil lo eheer, 11 Impo lo comfort.
And with frHi conriii Holder wtirfum wne!
FKA.WKS K. (ill.l.KT.
101. 1. V surpilse supper was glv-
(Ml Dr. Crtiest Wutei house imi
Sundny evening b bin wire.
hi) inniinscd in luop lil 111 in
absolute Ignorance or the
event., Fourteen guests en
clrclod tlic hospitable tulilo nml when
he arrived 11 mighty ehuor lent llio
air U8 ho was escorted to III place
timldit much laughter, a large 0111
glass bowl of yellow coreopsis eccuplcil
the center or O10 talilo nml many can-illi-n
nhadeil In yellow mndu a iileimliiK
IIrIii 1'lace oanli ulchvd In yellow
seated earn nnt, Jlualr, belli vocal
and liislruniuuiil. uinuscd over) body
thrniiKhuin Hie ovenlin;. Aiiioiik tlioso
prenent v-rv M.vjor mid .Mia. Wail
dimia, U s A, Mr and Mrn. IZrtv
Kuiidb' 11 M ,i.i.l Mis C W. Cine
The only guaranteed extermi
nator of these pests. Money
back if it fails.
2oz. Vox 25c, 16 oz. Box $1.00
Sold cterywherspr tent express prepaid
on rjcept of prjee.
STCARNS' EftCTniC PASTE CO., Chlcaoo,!!!.
I Ik'i'i InK. III. and Mm. C.ird, Mih. line
dofelt. Mm II-iwc-h, ,Ji. Mr. I).ild An-
' derf on.
I A lai'Ke mid liillll.int "nt lmnn ' wan
Khtu 011 Tliilihdiy aricrnuon rioni I
I until U nt foil b'bnrier b) .Mix. WilKlit-
' Him, In honor of Mlxs .limnltu llarda-
'way, whiiHU nuirrlnsu lo l.lonl. Wilsht
von occurs bo booh. Oniilllniy' met
Jllic ens and motors and canl,i;tis ex
j tended nlntoLt around the clrrle Lieut.
Wrliilitmni met the urrlVHU 11 1 the
'door and Mrs. Wrltihttou, nmlnii'd by
Mia. J. S. MeGiow, jiioneiited Ihu
'guestB. Mih. Wrlghuuii woie an ulali-
ointel) embiolilered white Kown and
j looked moat dititliiKiilslicd. itin .1. S.
McHron'H liaiidiiiiinu tollelle u.is nil I;
mull lu ch3iiii:ii;no coloi, trln 11c I with
1 lil'ick Clinntllly luce and hh" ore
many fine dlnmonds. Mlxn llaidiway
had on a cliumint; ronfecilon or u'alif
enib'iil'lered chlfton with tmuli. - ot
blue, and the looked vc r iiltr.'l
The lea table, 111 the dlnlui;iooin vug
I'leiided (iver by Mm Walte l,ni'ii
nml Mih Frank Dani'ii, and thet veio
both In white embiolilered frock- Tti'e
riliiiMin cainatloiiH, 111 1 i.-t ; ,v
Mnuied and lliuikeil on clihcr HbU 'r
Ii licliius hiiiiU ielion and rikei. mad'
11 ii'iuilluK illiiday. Cholee llcnw.
xli'ini'd nil the I'ooiua, nml lmiinau'
! Imied (iiii.reino. Theie neio 111.111) e
I'n toiinKii olllrcra present which, per
hie- (tiiiiniuil for this, au well an
iii.un iniiM t'll'. MIhVoi 1 Dtinnii
iwi-ii no I dHlutv 111 n jvlilic I imeile
lux k en hiil at Ihi' 1 lii'. I 011
llle Ij'lli 'li.i oi, in llli I iil'llll"
oIlntL-! u ,n and Mn W-n r rii'ai
Joobwl par'.i ilnily will in .1 cljli bill",'
fiocli with ix ijnaltit lul ikd nllh blue
lililiniij. Mm I 11 e .ludil hImi had
on a Kin. 11 1 In 1 . an 1 tilor-made mill
With lliln he woie 1111 enoiinons hat
wllh pluuiCM. Mr. nnuey'H ni.mie toil
ettu wan ery dlBllnKul'lied mid her
hill of inainu I'.owem liliuiued with
mauvo cliKfmi rlljboiiK, 11 bcceiuliiE; ml
inicf. Jim, S. Til. 1)111111111. mi uu:il,
moio a licnutiriil diesH mid a most he
I'liiiiliit; hat. The Kucslii Included Mm.
McCandlebh. Mrs. I'sbouiuo, Mrs. Hces,
Mm. (linhiini, Mm. Cockburii, Mm.
Tcnney I'erk, Mm. Locke. Mrs. Wins
low, .Mm. Itldley, Mm. Ward, Mrs.
Ilawfe, .Mm. Ch.is. Wilder, Mm. I'ho
Inn, Mm. Ilawex Jr., Mm. S. M. Dam
on. Mm. Kiear. Mrs. Weaer. Mm.
ll'Kk'iiiiin, Mm. Marlx, Mm. Lorn;, Mm.
Low, Mm. ItiuiiHC)', Aim. Kaiipiarsoii.
Mm. Slir.iiir, Mm. liny. Mis. Kails, Mis.
CiiKlniir. Mm. Laiircucv Judd, .Miss
Akiics .ludd, Mm. ICniory, Mrs. Waller
Kiuory, Mrs. Klmpsou. Mrs. McCalluui.
Mrs. Ilurnli Tgcr, Mm. I.i winn-llialn,
Mn. Itiillouilc), Mlei lln'iliw'v, MIsh
Vi'1,1. Djiuoii, Miss Kekxtriiu I. Mm.
KIiiikcI, Mm. Il.ill. Mm. llllleii . Mm.
Uolliiini, Mm. White. Mis Pease, Mis.
ltlKs. Mm. Culltk, Mr.i. W.ulhams,
.Mis. Diimiln, Mm. Mclliew, Mm.
C'liiiicli, Mm. P;iike. Miss Krear, Mrs.
Jllll. .Mm. Wilkin. Mm. KIiickcI, .Mrs.
W. W. Hall, Mm. (Iteen, Mrs. .limes,
Mm llo.'d). (idi. nml Mm. Iwxls,
Capt. mid Mm. Muses, Mr. and Mm.
11 mik Damon, Alnji.r mid Mm. Dun
n!ii. Major i.nd Mm. Wadhams, Dr.
r.ml Mm. McCalluui, l)r mid Mm. di
l'lu Ian, Cupl. Chnpuun, Cejit. I'Mou,
Capl. KMpp, Lieut. .McClery, Lieut.
Pardee, Lieut, Iliincn, Lieut. C'lilltou
The following WnnlilliRloii iniclcty
Kobslp Is tery lutuiestliiK, esici hilly
as It (oucerns oiie of our Honolulu
Rills, who Iiiib been iultc a sorlal
The first week of the spring ceu
nin. like the I'.H'Iy dii)B of tho wluler
M'iiKin, belmiKS inmo or less tn tho
Juniors of society. With u sou and
n daughter of tli) Pn-ifdeiit and Mm. of last winter, iilm were among tho
Tuft In Mini Ini'iiii i lass, and wliu i mni,
Clinic linmo from-o-illeKe o spend lie
Kaster holidays at I lie While House,
last week was i.nphatlcally the
501111K people's c li.i ptcr In the licu
miii's lecoril. Mosi of the entertain
Inc for thenff-Hicludl'iK the Ilnnce
I given by Mm. ..Taft on Tuesday
. nlcht.wns entirely Informal. There
were not oxer lOO guests, all friends
'of tho Min and daughter of Presi
dent and Mrs. Tnft, who have boon
I. V .till. ..I ...I,,. III....I. !....,.... ,..- i.n
. IllflOOIlll tllll ,1 HOIIIHK"'" I') il.V. ,
1 past llxe yearn. Sonio' of the mweie
The little diinru wns 11 happy cli
max lo tho first season of a number
of Washington girls who undoubted
ly will rank among tho holies of fu
turo winters. Miss Harriet Hutch,
wliu grew tip In Honolulu and .ennio
homo latt winter to ninKo her debut,
was there lu n dlrectolre gown of
delicate green satin. Miss Fnltli
Slmpklns, also, her llowor-llko beau
ty emphasized by tho rose petal plnlc
nf her satin gown, nml Miss Annlo
Irwin, In n dainty French gown of
ri...i ..V 11.. 1...1 Mi-J white tulle spangled In gold nnrt
niiv i:.,hi,.i rr pvnnii.i.. wiin.ii ciiibrnlilcrcd 1 na design of gold liow-
thcy knew In their Philippine dajs. n !,nut. w" K"1'1 r,,sca In hcr 1,!,lr,:
'del.ulnnte of a year ago. with whom M' Tinylltn Talbot, In n simple dl-
thc Piesldeni danced 011 Tuesday
night. Like most cavalry girls, bliu
dertolre gown of while satin; Miss
Kdltli Sutherland, tlio only debut-
" 1 .... .. .... ...',... -,.,. 1
dames as w. II aa sho ildcs, nml bhoLnn'-- " " en""" eoc.e. ......
was 11 RiitMlul and iharming Hkuio'T tll,enl'1 n ell '" "rolly' ln ,u ? "
on Tnewl.1) nlglit, ill n diieelolie rcctoiie gown 01 punt hiiui emi iron.
gown of blai K satin, witli touches of
gold ti limning that euliamed her
I blonilo toloilug. Miss Maijorle Ale
slilie, iiiiuilii'i popular girl of thu ar-
'.,,, l,,.,. (ill. 1.1 I (t,ll I iirr.,11, 1 iimlv
last December Miss Helen Taft euiuo
to WmdiliiKiou to iitteml, nlso wus
lu the Utile p.uty that darned In tho
While llou-e on Tuesday night. As
brunette us Miss Carllugton Is fair.
cred In dull gold, and Miss Lillian
("lierw, a debiitauto of last winter,
who .like Miss lllklns'ijovcial years
ago, refused to have 11 coming-out
party, and who Is 0110 tif tho most ad
mired girls In the younger set, In 11
dlrectolre gown of Nattier blue sullu
und a pi'iii I necklace.
Jncqiicmot roses In n low cut ghiFH
howl xutiMiudciJ hy candles will dull
red shndet, funned tho table decora
tions (if the dinner gleii by Dr. and
Mrs. Junius Judd of Prospect street on
Wednesday evening. It was u gor
geous moonlight night und, from tho
Jamil, tho misty ulhery mountains, uml
Mlbs Alethiie woie a dliectolie gown
of white sniped gauze trimmed with
silver. Ml. Prances Webster, still
another aunt girl, who came, out last
winter, and whoso filcmlshlp with
tho Tafls dates from infancy, Miss
Helen Taft bulug Mm, Webster's
god-duughlei. was among tho belles moonlit shadows niiiilo oxqulBltu pic-
of the III ht White House dantc nf tho
new era, In 11' dlrectnlro gown of
pink inosxallao with 11 pink gauzo
butterlly lu her hair. Miss Doiothy
Willlami, In whlto ihlffou cloth
I painted wlili popples, and Miss Julia
I ley L in el 1 u nut titer pink satin
trlimne.I wlili peails and pink satin
rosebuds, nml n coronet of pink rose
buds, both .limy glrU and debutantes
tures, oncii'H'cn nuvcr to bo forgidten.
Mrs. Judd woie a piotty Dlrcclolru
frock ami fnvoied her guests with sev
eral songs. Among Ihosu present wcio
Mr. und Mrs. James Wilder, Mrs.
Haweu, Jr., Captain I'xton, U, fj. A,
A very Jolly surllng liarty nud chow
der was given on Friday last by Mr.
and Mrs. A, M. Drown In honor of Mm.
SCENE AT A.-Y. FAIR GROUNDS
''""' romnlet.l bullUlua. on llio KruuaiU I IU 41uk.-Vukon-rtlllll cxpoaiiiuo. ibonlnx nbt tbi imbuU
,. d Ita JHUMI... I. ,.... . ?. t t. 'jj
Ashe, Miss ITcndcr and Miss Ilolcrlo.
Tho guests of honor thoroughly en
Joyed tho novel pastime, which Is al
ways nt Its best on Wnlklkt bench, mid
thu -ilgurnus exurclee mndo tho chow
dor tnstc eien more delicious thnu
usual, so hot mid appetizing wus It.
.Other giiccts Included Jinlgo.nnd Mrs.
Arthur Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. lloncrl
Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Faxon Illshnp,
Mrs. Mary (!mm, Mr. J. 8. Wnlkcr,
Mr. Armstiong, Mr. S. Walker, Mr, A.
L. C. Atklnzen
One of the most enjoyable dances
of tho seaBon was given by Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. llcrgln. nf Walklkl Inn,
on Monday night last. Tho spacious
hall room was decorated with lings
nml limiting, and the floor wns In
Tho music was supplied "by Krnest
Kanl's famous string baud, nmt the
lively two-steps und dreamy wnltzci
were enjoyed in all their perfection,
A large number, of town folic attend
ed the dunce, nml many woro tho re
grets when tho witching hour of ijild
night called a halt to tho rcstlvlttcs.
Light refreshments were served nt
in o'clock, and then the dancing was
renewed with great vigor. Mis.
llcrgln wns Indefatigable. In her ef
forts to mnko nil her guests feci at
home, nml If smiling countcunnccs
arc any criterion, she was very suc
cessful, It was n beautiful moonlight
night, and between dances a stroll
beneath tho Royal palms und along
tho hcarh cooled tho heated dancers
off. Amongst tlioso present wcro:
Mcssis. Charles Crane, McKlnloy,
Coinn, O'Siilllvnn, Simpson, Dover
mix Scully, Tlmrlon, Thompson, Wal
drln Fallon, lingua, (Irlevcs, Hem
rose,, Carlton, Lcverson, Ilnttemhy,
Hlce, StovenBon, Klnslcn, Dr. Falr-
wcather, Dr. Clark, Captain Paul.
Misses Ciishlngham, Slmpenstclii,
Chrlstlno Nelson, Perkins, Cunning
linni.Colburn. Mcsdnmes Crnnc,
Paul, Moody, Scully, Thurlon,
Thompson and Ilemrobo,
Tables on tho lawns wero very
cosily placed and tho broad walk, ns
well as tho pier, wero utilized hy tho
promenaders. Tho most strikingly
drossed woman was Mrs. Mcdowan,
who always wears tho c;lieino models
Hcr Dlrectolre sheath gown of Fillet
net embroidered with silver, wa lacod
on tho sldo with red, giving qulto tho
effort of an opening, mid tho low )0t
Ico was outlined with thu red tulle.
This sounds licry n,ulct, hut you should
have seen It to thotpughly appreciate
llio gorgeous effect On hpr elaborate
ly diessed coiffure iostoi nil Inimciisi!
sproy or iler, falling over the left
shoulder. Kind's orchestra played for
llio dancers and It, was a Into hour
when tho Inst guest departed,. Among
Ihoju pn sent woro Judgo and Mrs.
Iliilloit, Miss Carpenter, Mr. and Mm.
Omit Wilder, Mr. and Mrs, Hord, Mis
I lord, Mr. and Mrs. H. Loods, Mr and
Mih (looige Fnlrchlld. Capt. mid Mrs
rtaniBty, Major and Mrs. Lung, Major
nn. I Mrs. Dunning, Mrs Potter, Miss
NIim Joiicb, Mrs. Porter, Mra. New-
hall. Mm. Ilobson, Mlsa llobson, Mra.
i:ilznbetli Church, Lieut. Kllgore, Mr.
and Mrs. Olcson, Miss Sturgeon, Mr
Anthony, Capt. Shlpp, U, 8. A Lieut.
Pardee, U. S. A., Lieut. Wrlghtsoii.
Lieut. Moses, Lieut. Dougherty, Lieut.
Hall, Captain Campbell mid many oth
ers, , v.
Ln France rosos beautifully adorned
tho table ul tho dinner glcii last oon.
Ing by Mr. and Mrs. S. (5. Wilder of
Judd street. Tho guests included Dr
and Mrs. Lniighorno, Mr. mid Mrs..
James Wilder, Miss Marlon Scott, Cup
tain Kxtun, U. S. A.
Mlsa Adelo do l.nrtlguu Is allcndliiK
tho t'nlverxlty of Seattle. A Shnke-
speaio.111 play was glxcn tliero not
long since, nt which tdio distinguished
herself and won plaudits from every
Mrs. Wulter llutrmnn has been nulto
III during the pact week. Dr. mid Mrs
Hoffmann mo occupying tho resldencu
of Mr. and Mrs, Allan Herbert during;
their nbbcnco In tho Orient.
Lieut. Col. Hunter, Fifth Cavalry,
gave n dinner on Wednesday night for
Bonio guests from- the Logan, Mru.
Sands, wife of the nldo to (Scncial Car
ter being among tho number.
An original poem by Miss Frouces
Olllet Is always a pleasure to hcr many
friends mid "The Poem of Life," which
appeals today, will appeal to all think
Tho hop at tho Moulin hotel on Mon
day evening was a groat success ami
Army and Navy society was well rep
resented as- well us tho local bocial
Miss Maria Illockcr, tho daughter ot
the Peruvian Consul at Hongkong, was
a passengers on tho America Maru, cu
rnuto for South America.
Lieut. Pardee nindo tho excellent
punch sorod at tho hop given at Foil
Shatter a short 1 1 mo ago. ,
Tho Princess Kawniiuuakna and Mm.
ShluglOfitho mother of Hobclt, mo ex
pected In tho Mougollu.
I Mr. atuL'MrsR. N. Talon nrp ox-
pecion nt 1110 aioann uotci tins mount.
A; Skin of Beauty is n Joy Forever
rR. T. FELIX.GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
M CREAM OR'IIAGICAI, BEAUWIEH
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