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EVENING nUI.LETtN. HONOMIUT, T. II.. SATURDAY, SRPT. 2S, 1909
3 DAYS' SALE
Sept 27, 28 and 29
the fact that the increased
tariff on all HOSIERY has
already put up the prices with
jobbers and manufacturers, ve
were fortunate enough to get
in early and take advantage
I while the market was low. In
order to get every lady in Hono
lulu acquainted with our
Hosiery Department, we will
offer, r FOR THREE DAYS
ONLY,' values considerably
better than before the change
of tariff. Increased duty simply
means increased prices to the
consumer. Here's a chance at
this sale to save big money by
laying in a supply. ;
AIL THE NUMBERS QUOTED HERE ARE BRAND NEW
O00D3, HIGHLY FINISHED AND GUARANTEED FAST DYE:
lot 1. Wtracn's Fall Fash'.oncl Bhck Cotton Hocc.2 p. 25c
Lot 2. Women's Fine Black Gaiise Lisle Hose 20c pair
Lot 3. Women's 3 Thread Tine Black Cotton Hose. .20c pair
Lot 4. Full Fashioned Bla k Hose, White Feet 25c pair
Lot G. Black Lisle Hose, Dicp Stitch 25c pair
Lot 0. Full Lencth Black Lace Lisle Hose 25o pair
Lot 7. Special Value in Lace Ankle Lisle Hose 3 pairs, $1
Lot 8. Fine Ilain Lisle Hssc, Garter Top 25c pair
Lot 9. Fine Black Silk Li le Hcse 35c pair
Lot 10. Extra Fine Blac-k L'sle Hose 40c pair
Lot 11, Fine Lace Ankle I 'tie Hose 45o pair
Lot 12. Plain Fine Gauze L si: Kosc 3 pairs, $1
Lot 13. Fine Quality Plain Bhck-Lisle Hose .........40c pair
Lot 14. Superior Black Lish Kcse. White Tcct 45c pair
Lot 15. Social Value in Fine Lisle Hose 50c pair
Lot 10. Extra Tine Quality La:e Ankle Lisle Hose.. 80c pair
Lot 17. Tan Lisle Hose, Fu'l Tajhloncd 25o pair
Lot 18. Tan Oauzc Lisle Ho e, Fins Finish 40c pair
Lot 19. Gray Gauze Lisle Hoss 3 pairs, $1
Lot 20. Pink. White and Blic Lisle Hose. AIL Sizes. . .40c nair'
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i,ui i. rure dhk nose, wn te, aiacK, xan or .time, ix-
tra Special Vnluc , . $1.50 pair
PLEASE REMEMBER, TIIESE PRICES ARE FOR THREE
DAYS ONLY, AND THERE 13 SURE TO BE A RUSH.
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Tlie marilago of Mr. Claude W. L. Hllma White, Jllss It. White, Mls
Wnlton niul Miss (Catherine 8tanley, Eleanor JVntcrhouse, Miss Ella Wight,
Mstcr or Judge Stanley, was solem- and Miss Jessie Kennedy, and Mr. Har-
.dzed at St. Andrew's Cathedral on old Castle, Mr. Kid Walker, Mr. Will-
vVcdncsdny evening tho 22nd, Canon ter Dillingham, Mr. Bruce Cartvvrlght,
Simpson ntfcl.itlng. The church dee- Jr., Mr. George (teuton, Mr. Will (loth,
untlunn were white and green. Ah Mr. George filler, Mr. Frederick ktw-
lie wpddlnit win nulto private only a rey, Mr. Sherwood Lowrcy, Mr,
few Intimate friends were tnuxeiit-
Implicit)- marked the pretty cere
mony. Miss Mnnclie Soper, gowned
ii white liberty satin, with trimmings
Howie, Dr. Hcdemaiin, Mr. Carl Hede-
ntnnn ,Jr., and Mr, How artl ((edemnnn.
Sunday evening Mrs. Linn and Mrs.
f gold passementerie, was the pretty Adams Of Chicago gave an enjoyable
in a Id of honor; Mr. David Anderson dinner at tho Moana. The table was
iorved aa bet man. Mr. I. tinge gavo decorated In red carnations, and maid
hc Inlde Into the keeping of the mhalr ferns. Those present were
(room Judge Stanley could not bo Mrs. Linn, Mrs. Adams, Miss Onylord,
p;escnt on account of urgent business Miss Linn, Mr. Walter Dillingham,
in the other Islands. The bride looked Mr. Charles McAvoy, Mr. Linn and En
(harming In her princess gown of sign Bagley of tho U. 8. S. Washing
vhlto Ratln, with cmbclllrhmcnts of ton.
duchess lace, the tullo veil was caught.
villi orange blossoms and a shower Mrs. Parke, wife of Chief Engineer
bouquet of bride's roses gave tho flu- I'arke, I). S. N who understands to
Irhlng touch to the toilette. Miss Em- perfection the art of entertaining,
lly TnyloPpresldcd at the organ, and Rnvo an, elaborate luncheon Friday nf
during tho stoning of tho register, red- tcrnoon In honor of visiting ladles be
dercd '"(ho Flower Song" with much longing to the Navy. Tho private din
expression. The party left the church Ing room of the Young Hotel was con
to the Jojous slinlns of Lohengrin's, verted lntota bower of bloom, by
wedding niach, nnd were driven to tho mean of myriads of pink cnrnatlons,
I.ange home, where a small reception palms and rare ferns. Eighteen guests
was held. Tho happy couple will were seated at tho circular tablo,
spend the honeymoon on Tantalus, nt which was ornamented with pink car
.ludgo Stanley's mountain home. nations. Attached to each placccard
k was an exqulstto lels or wreath of
One of the near events to which so- flowers and according to an old time
clety Is looking forward, is the Fleet custom of tho country, each guest
Hill, which will be given on Tuesday wore this decoration for tho romalnd-
night, the 28th. Four bundled for- er of the afternoon. Thoso present as
lunate ones have received tho follow-' guests were: Mrs. Frear, wife of tho
The Officers of tho
United States Pacific Fleet,
Governor of Hawaii; Mrs. Flsko and
Miss Flsko, wife and daughter of Cap
tain Flsko, comandlng U. S. S. Ten
nessee; tho wives of Llcutena-it Corn-
request tho honor of your presence mandcrs Zclgemeler, Evans, Fowol,
at n reception to bo given on board J Lincoln and Ellis, Lieutenant Taylsr
tho U, S. S. Tennessee and U. 8,
Alakca Street Wharf,
on Tuesday evening, Soptcmber
from eight to eleven o'clock.
Admit bearer and Indies.
Admission to gentlemen
will be by card only.
Tho members of the Kunalu Boat
Club hnve Issued Invitations for a
dauco to be given this evening at
their pretty club house on tho water
limit, Tho affnlr Is being given In
honor of the officers of tho Pacific
F.nslgmj Glassford and Howe, Sur
geons Field and Evans, Paymaster Ir
win; Mrs. Grow and Miss Grow, midli
cr and sister of Lieutenant Comr.-aud-er
and Mrs. Fcwel, and Miss Arnold,
their house guest; Mrs. Furer, of Ho
nolulu, formerly Miss Braley of Ten
lessee, sister-in-law of Naval Con
During luncheon tho Hawaiian quintet
Mrs. Frank McStockcr entertained
Informally' at bridge Thursday after
noon In b.onor''of Mrs. Jhlorrls Gross
rnan, Mo'gj of the g'uests were tlje In
timate friends of the guest of honor.
Mrs, Grossman looked stunning In a
Fleet, tho pretty dancing hall wll b; crushed raspberry satin, with largo
flninintft,1 tl Itlft hilttrta nn.l rvMnAnftal IklnlllUA tint f tlft tthtnft t Al m.tlfl ait.aArt
decorated with palms and graceful
pepper branches, while a Hawaiian or
chestra will play during tho evening.
Mrs. Glassford, wtfo of Lieut. GlasB
ford of tho U.CS. S. West Virginia.
Mrs. Lane, wife of Dr. Lane, U. S. rfr,
Mrs. James Dougherty, Mrs. Chester
Livingston nnd Mrs. Ralph Johnstono
will act as chapcrones.
Civil Engineer and Mrs. Parks en
picture hat, BUi'mounted with plumes
to match her costumo. Mrs. Garten,
berg won the Jlrst prize, a cut glnsa
dish, Mrs. Dinting the second, n Bo
hemian vaee; Mrs. Elizabeth Church
tho, conflation, a box of confections,
whllo Mrs. Ginssman was presented
with the guest pilze, an exquisite sil
ver Jewel box.,
tMr. and -Mpi. Henry Duttnn, who
tertalned at dinner on Wednesday, have been so dxtcpt.lvely entertained
evening for Mrs. Ellle, wlfeof Lleit-jduilng tlielr rlstl hi Honolulu will re-tenant-Commander
Ellis, U. Sl'iN., and! turn to San 'Frahclsto, October second
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un lite ivuruiij. .Mr. mm airs, iiairy
Mncfarlane. the latter a slhtur of Mis.
Dutton, will .lea'vo on the fifteenth of
Mrs I.cggatt of Peru. Thoso invited
were Jirs. Ellis, Mrs. Ieggntt. Major
end Mrs Bay, Miss Frear. Mr, Cart
wright, Consul of Peru, lli-iicj Cnit
wrlght, Jr., Lieutenant Civil Engineer
Mrs. Uriel Sebreo sailed Tucsdayaf
ternoon on the llghthouso tended Ku
lull, for Hawaii, where she vlMted the
next month for Japan, whore they will
(.pent part of the winter. Later In tho
car possibly February tho Duttons
will Join tho Macfarlancs In Parts.
Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Theodore
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crater of Kilauea. Lieutenant Hous-lMqrrlB Grossman, who loaves on tho
ton, who Is In command, is doing nil! Korea fpr a four-months trip to tho
In his power to ensure tho comfort of-malnland. The afternoon was devot-
tho honored guest,
Mr. Goorgo 11. McCTellan of Wash
ington, D. C, hns been the guest of
Governor and Mrs. Froar, at their
home on Punahou street. Mr. McClel-
Inn will spend tho week's end nt Hale-
Iwa, leaving town today and returning most enjoyable week-end
Monday afternoon. 'their mountain homo on
cit to bridge; Mrs. Georgo Klcugttl
won the first prize, an exquisite Dres
den cup and soucer, while Mrs. Jnmcs
Dougherty was 'awarded tho consola
tion, a "Harrison Fisher book."
' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glffard gave n
(Those piesent were, besides the host
Invitations have been Issued for a, and hostess, Mr,' and 'Mrs, James
reception to be given at Koscbank, tho Dougheity Dr. nnd Mrs. High and Mr.
beautiful Nuuanii home of Mr. ami
Mrs. F. A. Schacrer, Wednesday, Sap
lember Ihe twenty-ninth, from four
to six o'clock. On this occasion Mis.
Schaefor will Introduce her daughter-In-law,
Mrs. Gustav Edmund Bchaofur
to Honolulu society. The young brldo
wns l.ydla Qlbbons of 8an Francisco,
vhoso wedding, which took place Aug'
r.iul Mrs. Fred Damon.
ATtcr a pleasant tilp to the main
land, Mrs. Doris Paris returned to
Honolulu Friday, being welcomed
by a host of friends.
, Mrs. Byron K, Balr will spend tho
week-end as the guest of Mrs. Ed-
list the tvventy-sovcnMi, was ono of ward Watson oi Green street
the chief social oventn of tho season
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gustav Bchncfor returned
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Mr. Uinslng Mlzner. who has boon
fiom tho mainland several weeks ago. tho guest of W. O. Irwin, will sail for
having spent their honeynioon In home on the Korea.
Southern California, and nre doml-l
died nt tho Young hotel for the pres-1 Mhs Hazel Hellbion,( who hns
cut. been visiting Mn the nottliwcbt for
, ttio past six, months, was n returning
Friday evening Mr and Mrs. Carl passenger on fijc Alameda. Miss
Hedentann'a beiiitlfnl homo at Walkl- Hellbrou Is considered one of tho(
kl was tho setting for nil enjoyable .prettiest .glrls in Honolulu. This
supiier given In honor of Mr. Harold charming, glil Is handsomer than
Castlo, who leaves for tho coast on ever sliu a viler 'sojourn on the nutn
tho Korea, October 2nd. The supper land, tho rold!ellmnte of Scnttlo hav
was served on the seaside lanii the Ing given Inr n- heightened color
long tablo was bedecked vvlth red cir- whlrjli ,1s extremely becoming. Miss
nations and maidenhair fern Mr nnd Hellbion'H engagement to Mr, liny
Mrs, .loo Hedomaiin and Mr and Mrs. nmnd Jones" of this city has been re
Samuel Baldwin acted as ch'ai ernncx. tcntly announced.
Tlioso present besides tho clnii'T'iu-w f " '
wore Miss Alice Hedeminn ''he Vlo. m-j HarrlrU.itch entcrtnlned at
let Dinion, Miss Mosher, Miss Vera lun'lieoti, (oi'ipllmenlury lo Mini
Damon, Mlva Ileatrlco Castlo. Miss, Violet 'Damon, whose engagement
Elsa Schaefer, Miss Iieno FlBher, Mlss has been recently announced. Tho
P-m-na it the lint AMicint in tk
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MR. EMILE MAKOIS.
MR. EMILE MABOIS, 1870 Ontario
street, Montreal, Canada, writes :
"Aftor taking nlno bottles of Perunt,
I find that I am cured,
'I still take 1 1 occasionally. For me It
is tho best medicine in the w orld,
"1 have recommended it to a number
Mr. J. O. Herrns Pclletler, Dcpt.de
('Agriculture, Ottawa, Ontario, writes:
"The Peruna is particularly efllcs
cloas In the cure of catarrhal afTectlons
of tho lung and bronchial tubes.
"Six bottles cured me this winter of
bronchitis. I m completely restored
and I owe thanks to the Pcrunn.
"I havo recommended this remedy to
a largo number of my friends afflicted
with the same trouble, and they have
verified my good opinion of this val
The following wholesale druggist
will supply the retail tra-le:
1 Benson, Smith & Co., Honolulu,
table- waa artistically decorated In
led, copies of heads of famous paint
ings formed tho place cards. During
the luncheon the guest of honor was
given a kitchen .shower, 'which pro
moted amusement untold. ' Among
thoso present were Mis.i Hatch, Miss
Violet Damon, Miss Alice Hcdemann,
Miss Mosher, Miss Vera Damon, Krs.
Harold Dillingham, Miss Until Tan
ner, Miss Jessie Kennedy,"1 Mrs. Sam
llnldwln nnd many others.
Mr. 'it. Vnn Ilenssclacr, who is a
keen spoilsman, wont hunting Sun
day with Mr. Jtlchard Ivers. The
hunters nftcr a stienuous day le
titrncd with well-filled hags of
pheasants Monday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Van Rensselaer had theso
delicious birds served at dinner, In
viting n number of the young nnvy
Women who are stopping nt the Mo-
ant to participate in the feast.
Dr. Ramus, U. S. N who has
been stationed nt Elers' Island, New
Yin!:, arrived in Honolulu last week.
Dr. Itamus was stationed here sev
uial jeaia ago, nnd during his so
journ In the Islands inado many
warm ft lends. For the piesent the
doctor Is making his home with
Bishop and Mrs. Rcstarlck.
Mrs. H. W. Wild and her hand
somo daughter, Miss, Wild, of Cam
bridge, Mass.. 'nftcr a pleasant to
Journ at the Moana Hotel,' left, on
the Tenjo Main. Mis. Wild and
Miss Wild havo been participating
In n two ycnis' trip around the
Miss Nannie Winston of Virginia,
who has spent several teutons In Ha
waii, will 'nrrlvo on the next Ala
meda, and be domiciled nt the Mo
na Hotel. Miss Winston hns many
fi lends, In Honolulu, and will be nn
acquisition to the smart set.
After a pleasant trip on the
mainland, the Alfred Castles are be
ing welcomed home by n coterie of
f i lends. This popular couple will
move Into their beautiful new homo
In Nuiianii Valley about October G.
Mis. Robaids, wlfo of Captain
Milliards, U, S. M C, Is expected to
ariivo on tho Unnspott Thomas,
Miss Nora Svvnnzy left on tho
Mongolia Sept, 18, for the States.
sUss Svvanzy, who Is ono of tho most,
attractive girls of the younger set,
wlll'icaume her studies at 111 In
Mr. and Mrs. F, P. Stone, who
were guests nt the Moana Hotel for
several months, left for homo on
the Mongolln. Mr. Stone Is ono of
tho rnrcimiit luwyers of San .Finn
Mi. mid Mis Wiljlam T, KawlliiB
uio rejoicing over tho imlvnl of a
(Additional Social on Pages 12-13.)
Whitney & Marsh,
Arrived by the Lurline," and will be
on display by"
We have the agency for the cele
brated "TREEOUSSE" gloves.
We have just, received their
WHITE WASH KID GLOVE,
nobby for street and calling, and which
will ABSOLUTELY WASH 2 pearl
- - $2.25 pair
Our Annual Clearance Sale
Wash and Silk Waists
will begin on FRIDAY NEXT, Oct. 1
when the entire stock will be sold re
gardless of cost.
Just .one of each. The latest New
York ereations for EVENING WEAR.
In pink, blue, corn, amethyst, black.
It, K. Ilonlne will open his new
moving plctuie theater under the
Young Hotel to the public tonight
for the first time. A large amount
of money has been spent in remod
eling the building, and the theater
Is an exceptionally handsomo one.
All of the work has been done un
ned the personal supervision of Mr.
Bonlne, who has seen to It that the
ariangements are as nearly peifect
Tonight's program will be a par
ticularly Interesting one, nnd will
Include some of Mr, Bonlne's best
Hawaiian films. Including the fa
mous volcano picture which has
made a sensation wherever exhibit
ed. Tho arrlvnl of the Atlantic bat
tleship fleet will also be depleted on
tho screen, ns will various scenes In
connection with the entertainment
of the visiting off.ccis and sailors.
Seveial other films of remarkable
luteiest will be'shuwn nnd fiio pin
gram' piomlses to be ono of excep
tional met It.
Mr. Ilonlne Is acknowledged to
be one of the lending .moving pic
ture expcits of the world, and his
views nio far superior to the ordi
nary commercial brand. Thoy aio
flee f 10111 vibration, of exquisite
quality, and nro toned to colors
whfch ate restful to the eyes. Tho
opening of the Bonlne theater will
be n great event in the local amuse
The Empire has secured the ser
vices of May Wallace and Bobby
Way, first-class comedy artists, who
come direct from the. Orphcum The
ater In Manila. These artists will
appear in this popular theater for
the (list Muio tonight for u shoit
time only. '
On Sunday afternoon at 3
tho Hawaiian Band will give
cert nt tho Honolulu Seaside
Following Is the progium:
The Old Hundred.
Ovorture Summer Days . . .
(llorla Twelfth Mass
Ballad The Holy City
Selection Havana ,
Vocal Hawaiian Songs ....
Ar. by Bcrger
Selection I Lombard! Vcidl
Reverie Tho Passing Hour
Finnic On Sunday Knppey
The Star Spangled Banner.
SUNDAY FREE LECTURE.
"Pluenology and Physlogoniy, or
Heads and Faces" will bo tho biibjcct
of Dr. Frederic Boll's lecture tomoriow
afternoon at 3 o'clock nt Hawaiian ho
tel. Six Indies and gentlemen bclected
from tho audlenco., will bo examined
They Sing Hawaiian Mu
sic And Entertain
Singing all tho'way duilng tho tilp
and entertaining their fellow passen
gers, ejpeclully thoso who had not
hoard Hawairan nuiMc, tho members
of the National Guard of Hawaii ,vvlio
nro good singers ns well as sharp
shooters, leturned this moiuliig on
tho steamer I.uillno. Col. Junes and
his boys were swamped by their
friends at tho wharf, congratulating
them on their nuccess.
Tho Lurllne, which experienced
pleasant weather and smooth seas
dining tho voyage, brought for Hono
lulu about 7000 tons of general cargo.
Among tho passengers who returned
today were Mis. C. B. Cooper mid her
parents, Dr, and Mrs. McQruvv; M.
Phillips, who hnB been on tho ninln
land on business; Co). Jones, N. a, II,;
Captains Neely and' Hopkins, Major
Ous dose, Mrs. F. Klamp, Mrs. I. M.
Cox. wlfo of School Agent Cox; Mrs.
Marsjon Campbell nnd son, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Atherton and daughter mid
Mr. and Mrs. Peck and two chlldicu.
Ilnymor Sharp, chief examiner nnd
(.pprnlbor of tho Customs Bureau, will
fcpon leavo for Now York, .to bo pres
cut at tho conference of all tho Cus
toms appraisers, which will bo hold
luino time next month, Tho npprnls
crs. It Is said, aro expected, tu discuss
and offer suggestions relative to tho
new fin Iff law, Sharp Is ono of tho
best men In tho customs service.
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