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First Week of
130 p.c. over
First Week of
UR business is going ahead by leaps and bounds. WHY? Because we live up to all our promises. When we announc
ed a Clean-Up Sale we gave our customers big value. We won the confidence of the Ladies. And the Ladies are good
judges, FoR THEY ARE COMING BACK ALL THE TIME TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE.
We shall have an immense stocR coming forward in a few days, and will announce
During the past week we received large shipments of NEW GOODS.
our opening later.
Meanwhile Every Odd Line In the Store Must Be Turned Into Coin
The following Big Bargains
Colored Gimps, Bands and Dress Trimmings, were 25c, now 5c yd.
English Halbriggan Undershirts and Drawers for men, were $1,25, now 50c
Fine Steel Scissors, 6, 7 and 8 inches long, sale price 25c
BEDSPREADS, full size, $1.00, $1.23, $1.35, $2.00, $3.50. Orcat values.
ALL SILK WHITE AND BLUE BELT RIBBONS, were 25c; now 5c.
An odd line of HAIR RIBBONS, 5o and Oc the whole piece. ' " ' J" JZ'lSCSESSl '
90-inch extra good LINEN SHEETING, at $1.05 yard.
Orcat Cut in LACES, including REAL MALTESE, CLUNEY, QUIPUIRE, NEW ORIENTALS, and VAL
EDGINGS and INSERTION?.
will be offered Next Week :
Ready-Made Pillow Slips, 5x36, $2.25 ; Linen Finish Pillow Slips,
Hemmed Rcady.Made Sheets, 75c, 86c, 95c and Si. 00
All FANCY and PLAIN WII110N9, ny shade, 25 per cent oft regular prices.
Extraordinary value in SWISS ED0INOS and INSERTIONS. 1
The Eest Lines in LADIES' HOSE ever offered in Honolulu at the prices. . -
Good Quality VICTORIA LAWNS 50c piece of 10 yards.
AND MANY OTHER BARGAINS not here mentioned.
Special purchase of LAWN and BATISTE WAISTS at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $3.00,
ALL REMNANTS and ENDS of Pieces, the result of this week's business, marked at SPECIAL PRICES for MONDAY.
YOU CAN SAVE BIG MONEY AT OUR STORE
Watch Us Grow
.w - . Jmv
'tlii.- pupils of I'un.ihnti Pi operator
gave a most cnjoyublo concert I ml
eviulug under the direction of Mlsa
Alice ltiwis of (liu iiiusl6-il depart
ment or Ilitt school nuil college. Tin.'
clinic innt.iTiii was a lilliuto lo llio o
ridleiit haloing ( Miss. Itogera and
the enthusiasm ho Inspires inn nig lliu
uung pcuplo T1h l'lin.iluiii 1'i.ipir
11(01 cIiiihis was seated 1111 lliu i.tngu
iiinl miiilo a n attractive background
fur lliu ht.iRu set tint; anil gave vocal
body to tliu piogruni. Miss Margaret
Claiko nnd MIsh lieuo risliur wire tho
All llio grades of tho school weio
rrpiescutrd fiuin the tiniest totrt of llio
Jlrst gindo to lliu eight gradeis In tin)
(.horns. IIutj number wns i cihIim liI
Willi 11 dcgico of excellence that would
in life tin attempt to ill aw a lino of let
lithe Hiipcrluill) tinfatr to siimu one
'I'lio iiiiilk'tii'o would gladly li.no litul
1 acli iiiinilier repeated, lint 1 neon-
writ illFcnuiagct). llio iniigr.tm fol
Star Spangled Ilauuor
John Stufftml .Smith
I'iiIijIioii Prep.uutory Clionn.
(n) Cm pouter Soup. ., air. by lliillunl
(li) 'I he Oieani Man (lei man
r) 'llio Postillion Taulicit
I'ltlrlcu' Moonlight IJanco .... Grcgh
Piinaliuii Pupnttitoiy Chorus.
(a) Sweeping ami Dusting .... Galium
(h) 1'opploK Gnynor
(() 'llio Bohllir "Pather (loose"
Seoonil Hi ado.
New Hall Columbia "Tiibatco March"
I'unilioii Propaiutnry Chorus.
(a) Tho Tclophono , (In) nor
(h) lliibaililb Uionila
Eoldlcis' Chin tin "l'uui)t' ...UouiioJ
Girls of 10111 th mi I nrtli Cirailos.
Kliu I'nille, Slumber ...... Counoil
I'iiuiIiou 1'iepiiatory Chorus.
Mrs A. 11. Incalls,
1 l.tive tho Stars nmt Slilpes. .(lainnf
Hoys or Kouith anil l'irth drnilos.
Ills lluttuna niu Mailiul U. U.,.Itonil
Ifncrnv. 11L1I khus I.oomls
IlisciH i,f 11111 ihoit I'ii paratory
Ci.ulle Ociib Scliiiniaiiu
I'unahoii 1'npiratury thorns.
Duulilu (luaitit 'I hu I.lttlo Tin Sol-
IItli.11 fiiialilliii,- MaiKiiurlli) Wad
man. Xlraco Vincent, iVancHit
Marvlmll, Oawall Sloven, Al- I
f 1 ml Ynp, Juscpli Yap, Lain Wall
I'auxt Wiil-n . , , (lininoil
I'uuahoit 1'ieparatory Chorus. I
Cioss OIo Chilly .Josephine. Slierwooil
llnja' Chorus. I
Annuel Henry Carey
I'liuahoii I'leparatory Chorus.
Capt ami Mis. Iters anil Major ami
Mm. DiinuliiK aiu spciiilInK a weolc at
the Cllui I) ivies placu 011 Tantalus.
llio local Surlily u tho Sons rf Mio
AiuciliMti Il(!Oliitlop !nu'. A'olti Chap
ter of the DaiiKhfirH.tiE tho Ann 1 Iran
ItoMilutlon hail a social iitriiiiiK at tho
home of Mr ami Mrs 0. It Carter, 011
Haturilay, April I'll), to coimiicmornto
the 1.11st nuulveisar) of I "xlimton
Aim in It wo ik'llKhtrull Informal,
Mr. Carter, president of tho Su, call
Inn upon dlrtcroflt (,'entlcnicn, Mr Hal
loa, Mr, Jones and other for leniarks
Hint pioved most eutertalnlni;. Mls
Hull kiiiir a hnlo, ulth Mrs. Akiu'K JiuIiI
nccuinpnnlnK Mr Carter railed upon
Mis, Hall, Itcgent, of Aloha Chapter, to
Klo a sketch of tho Kiouth of tho
chapter. Shu hixKu of tho Intention
of the chapter to Join the Woman's
Ilhcra nml llarhorH Congress (uhlcli
It sDicc has done) ami suwstcd that
tho Sons Join In rUIiik pilzrs In I'una
lion and tho High School this coming
ear for tho best papers 1111 tho con
nervation of our local iiulural re
sources. Tho Sons seemed iiilto
pleased with the plan and decided to
coiistdir It seriously A cry Interest
lug paper on the Declatutlon of Imlo
pendence, prepared by Miss Isabel
Gregg, v,ua read by Mrs. Hull, Mrs
Cuiter served lefreshmeiits whllo her
guesta rnjojed a social hour. Then
wimo a number of Wsltors to tho clt)
vtlio seio present.
It Is alnns a pleasure lo sec the
Alameda off, Having only 0110 deck
tho passengers are In full view of their
f 1 lends, ami lets, pleasant wishes
riiiIIch and tcurs pass llku a panorama
befoio one. Many prominent local peo
ple departed on Wednesday, uiitung
vtliom wciu Mrs. I" M Suanzy, laden
ulth choice ffoweis and carrying n
bouiiuut of oichhls,- ami Mr, Alonzu
(lartley, with ni)ttcrloiis packages
slung mcr his broad hhouldcrs; Mrs
Mrdouan, Mrs. l'orter ami Mis, Now
hall, In tho latest things from l'arls
nml ninny lets; Miss llord, tall and clo
gant, ulshlhg that Honolulu should see
her Hion again; Jiulgo ami Mrsi Sid
ney II11II011, the latter looking well with
11 dull green buid of whet nlmtit a
siiiuit-looklug lint, ami n doth suit tn
inatcb, ami many others, hull tuurlbts
and local celebrities,
Mra. J. A, McCiinilless of Nuiianii
lias most kindly Id mod her spacious
(linulngiooui mid beautiful piano to
tliu College Club for the evening of
Muy 2jth, in older that tlu- may pre
sent Miss Mnrgaitt D. Chnke nml Mrs.
1. T. P Wuteihouie In an Interpret.!
Hon of "i:nneh Arden," lis load with
tliu rum likable piano letling by Itlili
nnl SlraiisR. Apropob of tliu healed
disputes, in our gnat iiusleal centers,
pro and con, of this composer's ino..t
Intricate ami bombastic works, It will
lie most Interebtlng to hear 0110 of his
compoiiItloiiH which la full of simple,
human appeal and ilcli hurmorles. The
ch.n actors and lives of "I'.nuch," "An
nie" and "I'hlllp" me deputed with a
suhlllty unil Kmpath whiih deeKtus
tho tragedy of the old poems Miss
Clarke brings to nil her laying a
In ead th and imisclanly dignity which
Is especially demanded In this work
lo biing out its exceptional beauty nn I
greutness, Mrs, Wntcrhoiuc, who will
lead tho poem, mtets tho reipilrements
with u lino iiiiihIc.i1 sense and simple
appealing Intonation. She will b
heard to n declduil ailantai;e In IhU
dllllciilt task. It will be iloiioliilu'R
first oplKirtimlty of hearing such a
work nml much luteicst Is belli,; shown
In Its presentation,
Mrs. V, C. Jones cnlireuntd Aloha
Chapter aril visiting Daughtiis of the
American Itevoliilhm at her valley
homej "Malulil.i," In honoi of Mrs.
Chiis. Kulrbanks, who was formerly
President General. Tho guests weio
Introduced by Mrs, Hull, Urgent, win
later gave u shoit siieech of welcome
to tho guest of honor, Aflci this, Mrs.
Hall asked Mrs. l'ulrbanks If she
would say some thing In irgniil to tho
work of tho organization us a whole.
She did so most pluaslngl, tilling of
thq vnilous brandies of work taken
up. Shu spoke of her delight In tlinl
lug to largo a chapter In tho mid
Pacific ami gave us much iiieouruge.
incut nml Inspiration She spoku of
tho beautiful new Meinoiliil Continent
al Hall recently completed In Wash
ington, which stands 11 s n memorial to
tho women who served their (ountij
dining tho Uovolutlon not h ss bravely
than tliu men. Dining the nllcrnmin
refreshments wero nrved Mrs. A.
Lewis, Jr., presided at the puni hliowl
vvhllo Mis. W'udliunis seivul tea
Tlio weather was Ideal mnl the vlow In
all illicrtlniis fiom tho piett. homo
wns most charming
Walklkl Da Is alwaa popular and
on Tuesday Miss Ilcrtlui Itutli Yoyng
really held quite 11 reception hi mauv
of her f 1 lends called llecelvlng with
her were Mis. I'otur, n diiiiulng wo
man from California, and her dniiglitir,
such n piotty girl, Miss Nlnu Jones.
Nearly forty partook of the (ri'iuid
Ices alwaja to bu found at tliu IiOb-
pltable Young villa On Tliuisday Mrs. Schuj ler (Irani, 3rd Cavalry, A. D. C.
Archie Young I'litcrtullicilyut lea ill neiiliuw of Colonel Seliuv ler lied c.u
honor of Mis Potter mid Miss Jours,
mid Mrs Harold Dillingham's lunch
eon c8Unl,iy was In their honor.
A number of dinners were given on
Governor's "At Home."
The (iiiUTUor ami Mrs Kri-ar will
nations and red ramlelebra made the hold Ihdr last "At Home" for lliu sea
tablu most attractive son on Monday, Ma) the tenth, from I
b J tu (1 o'clock Ibis will nfforil 1111 iipHr-
Among the charming passengers on limit for ihe public In movt Mr 11ml
tho I.0K.111 was Mrs. Ilenr) I. I.sler Mrs Fairbanks, who expect lo leivu
Wednesd.i at the Alexander Young wife of tho celebrated ph)slclan nml for the Orient on Tucsdu).
hotel liy .otllcers and their families suigeon, who has been In Manila and t Assisting Mr. and .Mrs. Krear nt HiIh
fiom Schoflrld lluriiicks. In honor of arrived here In tho I.ogan en louto o. reception will be Mr. and Mrs Molt-
tl'ius, the sliver candlesticks and diiln
t) led shades inudo a pleasing e.fect.
There Is n shop on Kort street uhlcli
makes a special!) of those cunning lit
He bows fur Iho shoes, nml tho varied)
uuil number are lesion, Judging from
Its disphi) Shoes, also, of the latest
styles, can he seen, and the proprietor
Is it'll) loo glad to show off his stork ,
A Mend of mine rccetitl) bought eight
f 1 lends aboard (he transport I.ogan, Ameilca. Shu was grentl) eiitertnlned
from Manila. The dining room lookid dining her short stii) here Mm. Mc
verv prett) Willi Its (lower bedecked Gruw (00k her In the, Pftll and Mrs
tables ami colored randies, mid nmong Archie Young nsked n small compaii)
others ink rtaluliig wns Col Srliii)ler. to meet her nt luncheon, II r son Is
the popular olllcer, whoso guests wrm stationed nt Port McKiule) In M 111II11
fiom Ihe transport Tho led carua- and she Is at present Colonial Dame uf
Among those expected In the Mon
golia are Prince and Princess Knlnnl
miaole, .Prlress Knvvanaiial.oa, Col S
Parker, Mlrs Ileatrlcu Campbell, Miss
Mnrjoiio I'reetli, Mrs. Shingle, Mr
I'ml Shingle, Col. Hnvves, Miss liar
liet Hatch Mrs. HrfiickeihofT, mothei
of Dr Ilrlnckerhofrr mi
ft ill ttlff lrtib llfivlfd lllllfl lllll
,nli . of rvi nlnit shoe, . if sllvrr. gold. chMW (f ,h(j )u?ltU!Crllll! 'vmiu , ,
Navy dcpartmentls siPI nt Hie
(Jue-en's Hospllul, Hu is r'mvnlesrliiR
and will Noon bu ill tin Alexander
Young holel Ho has baeii gre.itl)
missed diiriinr.lits I'lifoi-riil nhsenre
hostess of a chnrmlns lea ut her ait ,, ttlM ,M, wiirnily well ed iiiou
istk hiingiilow at Kalmukl on Thurs- ),),, leturn
dav afternoon Miss Ural rice Holes 1 '
vvoith assisleil In looking lifter tho I .njir ,lll(1 Mrs (1I1B nro llCn,s
guests, wlio wero sealed at little tahlvi n,o week's end nt the iiopular llalelwn
In the living room, the largo tablu be hotel.
Ing I uli 11 wkh saudw Iches, cakes, Irrs, 1 1 -
and svvi ets Ten and coffee woiu most onu of tho Interesting affairs of tho
(emptlng Cut Honors and ferns week ut tho Alexander Young wns the
adorned Iho rooms. wedding dinner of Mr mid Mis It. M
'linker, 1111 Saturdti) evening Among
Tuiilnlin Is a popular plare Ihrse those present weru Mr nml Mrs Shell
hot d,i)s mid (hose who own plniiM of Detroit, Mich.. Mr nnd Miss Sill
there are Indeed forlim lie. The .lames llvan.
Wlldi rs gave 11 pictt) little luncheon
bionze ilr, nml hud tho silk hosiery
pcifirtl) d)iil tu match lliu tmiisutl
th.; les I
Mrs Leopold Walkman wns Iho
Mrs, Ilendlu, of Young street, gavu a
Smith, Mr and Mn.. llemenwav. Mrs.
A .1. Caiiiibell, Mrs Martton Camp,
bill, Mr llabbltt Mrs Piatt. Mrs. Klsli
er, .Mrs. Sutloii, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Z.
Wall, Judge nml Mrs. Lindsay. Judge
und Mis Whitney, .Mrs II I'. Dllllng.
ham, Mrs Drilman, Mlsh Alice lion. I.
Miss Doris Taylor, Miss It til li Itentoti,
and Miss Marlon Austin
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hrlc KniidHcti enter
tallied ut dinner 1111 Mondaj night tu
the private dining room or the Pleas
union, tin Ir guests being, Mr. und Mrs.
Kriimls (lay, Mr. nml Mrs. Cllffonl
Kimball, Miss Hose, Miss Union, Mrs.
d'Ornnge. Mr. Otto Wlx, Dr. Cimiier
nnd Lieut Ilurrell. Tho table was
beautifully decorated with soveial
shades of luvcndar asters, arranged
vJth tulle of thu Bainu thade. ami lav
ender can illo i-hailos. Ilrldgu was lie
dulged In until 11111(0 hour
Mrs. Itjcrnft gavo a ildlglilful ilanrn
on Thiirnlny evening nt tho IsviiIhik
place nt Wnlnllu, nml many ouiig ikss
plo ilunced tn the brilliant music until
n late hour. It was moonlight ami (do
drlvo homo a er) unusual exierletire.
Miss L)ilia Ulhbons, prett) and chic.
wns onu of the belles of the livening.
Her marriage, b) the way. jh Mr. (lus.
tnv Schacfer, will rimio ott In (ho early
Mrs. St Clalro Sayres wns Iho hot.
ess of n cliamtliiK lea Thursipiy lu
honor of Miss Milts or San Jueu ut her
artistic homo In Mnklkl The rimr.is
weio decorated with jpllow llowurs,
and Iho lea table was presided yivor
uy Mis lllako mid Mrs. Philip Freai.
(11 Sunday at Ihdr artistic bungalow.
nml olheis 1 ultrlnliied 011 tho iiioiiu- thimble party 011 Wednesda) und her
tain top The now trail is u vciy eus) guests wero asked tu mnke dim rent
one, mid Is Hindi fictpieiitcil animals from drawings The must life j
Ilka one got tho pi Ize. The urtalr w.i '
On Sunda) night Miss Gineu Power given In honor of Mrs. ll)lugliii and
iiiterliiluid ut dinner nt tho Alexander Mis. Cooper.
Young lu honor of Mr mid Mrs. Per-j
gusoii of New York. Pink roses mull Mr. and Mrs, Lewton Drain and
prelt) lose-sliaded c italics made n their guest, Mr. Oiton. Irive g'-ne in
pit using edict, mid 11 rorsugo of rosus llalelwn for wcek'n ind
Viis nt each fall guest's phito. I
J Alohu Cliapter will hold in next ses
Colond Waller Sihii)ler, I'lftli Cav- slim 1111 Monday nflernoon, Mu) tho
,... 11......U u. . .., me-. .r win no com.a.i) weicomou u, III ut Slngnpore from tph id fevei
'(nti'iutii( 11 iiniv nu 1; ).-iiinn w v ' Ml u
MISS LULU GRAU -DIES
D. P II Isciilwg received n cable
grnm this morning stilling that Miss
I niu (Iran died in Sliigapou mdi)
Mirt flrnii u'na m ... ...... 1.... 11..
. U S A., eomnianillug olllcer nt tenth, nt tho homo of Mrs. W L. Monro. llenbem nn her wii hoiui ft. ui
honcld llmiacks I.rllchua ,... 9.0 Oieei, ... nnd nli visiting Da,,,.. !w t01lr BriuJ 2"JA and In, lak
Among his guests who lliiu idler den, Mrs MrCalliini wlfu of Dr M1C11I
cinl Dodges, II. 8 A, Mis Hodges limi of Scliofiel.l llarniks. Is miieli ,,. , ,f'(
nn.l fli..a llra.1...rt 1 I....I. ..t ffl..ft. ItlllVfe'. 11.1 li. t.j. .11. .....1 I.. . till A At . .
mm .nnn ii.fiiKen. I l.'iiu lldll. llliKli, i'ii'i"wi it-.iiui, uiiu m mill m l)l i . -
12lh Infanlryj, and I.icuttuaiit Walter, Alcxtuider Young hotel, -, . BULLETIN ADS PAY "sli
Clulst left here to attend Miss
(Irnn mid nrilvel nt Slngipoie tlueo
font her death
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