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For Lovers of Beautiful Goods
Entire Stock of Mrs. J. Rosenberg
Consisting of HAND-MADK EMUROJDliRIKS, SHI.RT
WAISTS and NOVKLTIliS of all kinds will be sold at a
great sacrifice. Prices absolutely slashed right and left, and
the bargains are the biggest ever offered in Honolulu.
Sale now going on, and continues only until r
Saturday, January 29.
MRS. J. ROSENBERG,
Rooms 0 and 10 - - Alexander Young Bid.
AtKiut thirty happy children woie ontod .mint has the gift of unfolding,
bidden by llltlu llnimlu Tnwso, d.tusti- llexldex tho iiilinlriitlun which Is ox
ter f Mr. mill Mrs. Eil. Towxo to prosxed In no measured terms, Mrl
m finl I ho liourH of from two until live Wlx hax the h.ippy hicully or nuking
o'clock Saturday afternoon, .Innnaiy friends, which are legion on the IbI
ISth, l arsli-t In cclelirntliiB her nmlx. and tho wish In cM'ioxxod. al
eighth hlrthilny. A happy gathering though It scemx xelflrh, that It will hu
of children Imlii1mil In merry snort tho prlvllcgo of this roninmnlly to
on tho pretty lawn, when tho rain welcome -Mr. Wlx In tho near utuio
coaxed. When Mirprlfod by the full- to Honolulu, to make It hlx permanent
lug drops the mnxlc of pnttirlnR feet home,
could be heard on the broad lanal
nothing like thin daunHil the pleaxnre-' 4 very plrnxlng concert wax given
loving children and tho xport went on. nt the homo of Mm. J. A. McCnnd
Tho largo illnliiK room held a long lexx, Niiuunu, laxt Thnrxdny cvon
lln table. Ico cream, candy, mid otli- lug. nt which thn rllte nf Honolulu
edited. A birthday cnKo with eight wefo present. Mix. Ilruco McV.
lighted caudles graced the center of MncKall, Koprano; Mrx. (Irnco S.
the tablle. Irccream, candy, and oth- llannarman, rontrnlto, and Miss
it dellcaclex which iiippcil to tnn aver- Margaret Clarke, planlxt, were tho
ago child's apixjtlto wore there In entertainers of the evening. This
abundance. A most delightful nfter-Jwax the xeiond of three recitals, Tho
niHin wax xpent by thi) little follix, who third mul laxt will bo given nt tho
catno to wish the Utile hostess many home of .Mrx. II. F. Dillingham, I'll
happy returns of tho day, Inahoii, on Thursday evening, Jaiiu-
nry 27, 19111. These two iccltulx
Mlxs Wattle Holt, one of Honolulu's ihavo been very favorably comnient
tuost nttractlvo maidens, hax consent- ?1 upon, not only by crlllcx, but by
rd to jpiear In tho floral parade axithu tmixlc-lovlng residents of llono
lh.. Princess of Oahu. Mlxs Holt In lulu. Conxlilerlng the excellent pro
noted for her fearlexx and graceful ac-; rniniH that hao been rendered by
coniplUhment na nn pqiicxliicnuo and this ruinous trio nml tho marked tnl
t'lio xelectlon ix conferring Batlxfiirtlon '" dlsilayed, Honolulu Is Indeed
to Miss Itoso Davlxon. In charge of'pioud of her local talent,
this section, whose horsemanship l
iinsurpaskcd and who Is most com-1 Tuesday, Mrx. (icorge Turner of
potent to Judge tho merits or each ' Port l)o Hussy, entertained Ininrniul
who will be selected to lend an jit-! ly nt tea, In honor of 11 few Intimate
traction to "llip pageant. Theie will li) friends, the houso looked very at
no difficulty, It Ix prexiimed. In tho tractive in Its decorations of red car
cholco from the other Islands. Al ' nations, mid a pleasant hour of ehit
though the Island of Oahu claims ''hat was spent around tho tea tnblo
many beautiful glrlx It does not claim' of thlx coxy home. Among thoxa
supremacy. No fairer scene will iiro-' 1'ioaonl were; Mrx. 13. O. Hall, Mlxs
xent Itself Ihun them representatives Caroline llciixon, of Portland, Ore.,
of Island beauty on tho back nf n Mlxx Creo, dnughtcr of Major Crco
horse that shows Its prlilo of tho love-
ly bunlcn Oiat ho Is carrying.
Honolulu's losx will undoubtedly be
Fan Kranclsco'x gain when tho gifted. Mlxs Sadlo Cox of St. Louis,
water-color artist. Otto Wlx. who left
on tho Manchuria arrives In tho me- Miss Coffee, a uleco of Mrx. Uart
.tropolia of the west, whom ho wlll'enUcrg of this city, will xpetul tho
ta!.o up hlx lekldenco. !lx fame has I winter with her aunt at her Walklkl
preceded hint, and the beautiful Island home, Mlxs CofTco Is from Oaklnnd,
reenes wruonght by his clever brush Is extremely pretty, and will bo tho
nru much In evidence In that city,
whero art In every form Is appre
ciated. Ills nromltcd exhibition In
Han Francisco of hlx work will bo n
tieat not often enjoyed and an n-.morning. The waves were very high,
portunlty of seeing an interpretation and exciting sport was experienced.
or nature's loveliness which this till-After Indulging In this novel pastime,
Now on Exhibition
This is the largest and best assortment of Oriental Rugs ever shown
here, having been personally selected by Mr. K. J. Reehan, who is in
charge of the exhibit.
"f "rt Do Hussy, Mrs. Williams.,
wife of I.t. Williams, Mlxs Charlotto
Hall, Mrs. Seymour Hall, Madam
Turner, Miss ninncho Turner and
motif for much entertaining.
An onjoynbln surf riding party was
Slvcn at tho Mnnna Hotel, Sunday
n dip wax taken In the briny deep,
by the young people, nnd later nn
Impiompttt brenkraxt wax served to
the guests. Among those who wero
pictcnt were; Mr. and Mis. Henry,
Mlsx Kutheriiie Stephens, Mlxx Caro
line HetiKou, Mr. and Mrx. Horace
l'ogg or Tacoma, Waxh., Mr. Cladius
Mdl.ide, Mr. Cuxhlng nnd others.
Captain and Mrx. Low, U. 8. M. C,
entcrtnlncd at dinner, Thuisday, In
honor or Miss Wurts of Chicago. This
charming girl is nn old friend of
Mrs. laiw, and will spend tho win
ter with her grandmother and aunt
at tho Moana Hotel.
Deep regret is being expressed
over the departure of Major Haines
of Hip Paymaster Corps of tho Army.
The genial Major has been doing
temporary duly in the Islands, dur
ing the absence nf Major Kay, nnd
will leave on the Manchuria fur San
Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrncc Fogg, who
aro from Tacoma, and have been
making the Moana Hotel their habit
ation since their arrival in Hono
lulu, left on Monday, January seven
teenth, for llalelwn. Mr. Fogg Is an
enthusiast on gulf, and expects to
spend the most of hlx time on tho
Tho engagement of Miss Klhel Tay
lor or Ilauiakuapoko, to Mr. Ilovlus
of I'ala, Maul, has been announced.
Mr. and Mrs, (Dies Drown nf Mln
ncaM)lls aro sojourning in Honolulu
and nru planning to icmulu several
On Thursday, Captain and Mth.
Mori Is of the Fifth Cavalry enter
tained nt dinner. Their guests wero
Captain and Mrs. Scales and Lieu
tonnnt nnd Mrs. Lewis.
Mr. Wnttlngtnn mid Mr. T. Fulford
of IlUhop & Co., spent-Saturday nnd
Sunday as guests at tho Ouhu Plan
Miss Illggart, was n departing pas
senger for Kami! on thu steamer W. 0.
lnll on Thursday, January 20th.
Mr. !C. A. I'. Newcnmb and his sis
tor, Mlxs Nowcomb, who resided In
Honolulu Eonio yeurx ago, leaving heru
to locuto In their homo In Now York,
returned on tho Korea, uml, nru domi
ciled nt tho Hawaiian Hotel. Mr.
Nowcumh will tuko up hlx permanent
residence in Honolulu and icxumu his
business of an artistic la.Ildcr mid
decorator, Mr. Nowcomb hax tho rep
HONUMlLC, T. II., BATURDAV, JAN. 22. 19'tO.
utation or bciiv; a very Due architect,
and Is endowed with a number of ac
complishments. The biother and sister
wero fnvoiltes In tho social world or
Honolulu and their return will bo
most welcome to their old-tlmu
Mr. and Mix. iteld who aro so
journing at thu Moana Hotel aro
planning to spend a )car In thexu
beautiful Islands. Thlx prominent
(Couple closed their homo in Paris
homo years ago, and have been tour
ing tho United Stntes leisurely. While
at Coronado beach laxt winter, they
received Mich glowing reports or Ho
nolulu, that they decided to visit tho
Paradise or the Pacific. Mr. and Mrx.
Held huvo been the motif for much
entertaining since their arrival.
Mrs. Arthur Marix entertained In
formally nt a S o'clock tea Wednexdny
nt her -hbrno on Dluglinm mid Alex
Mr, nnd Mis. Frederick Klamp aro
giving ,n'w'eek-end patty to a number
of their Menus at their benulirul
suburban homo ut Knhalal, Oahu.
Mis C.IIjwii nnd her daughter. Miss
OIIimiii, aro domiciled at the Moana
Hotel. Mixu nibsou Is a petite blomlo
with large blue e.vcs and fair hair.
This pndty girl Is a warpi personal
frlc-ud of Mlsx .lesso Kennedy.
At her colonial home on tho corner
or Victoria and Klnau streets Mrs.
Frank Halxtead ix entertaining nt a
bridge party in honor of her sister.
Mis. Christian Cnsteudyk. of Hllo,
Hawaii. Tho decoration will bo green
nnd led, anil soma li.in.U-omo pilzes
linvu been clioren.
Miss Mao Damon will be among the
luncheon hostesses for tho coming
week. Tills charming girl has Invited
a number or her friends for tirfln on
Tuesday. Miss Damon Ix well versed
, In tho art of cntortulnliig uml Ix sure
to make a charming hostess on thlx
OUTRIGGER CLUB NOTES.
Owing to tho fuel that the 2.'lrd
is Sunday nnd that there are many
Christ Ian Kndcnvorcrs aboard tho
Cleveland, thu regatta portion ot tho
furling sports will ho hold on. Sat
urday. February 12. when thn Clavo-
'land ictiirns to Honolulu with her
wcxtwurdlQUiid round - the - world
Tho oventr tor tomorrow will bo
(onllued almost entirety to suif-bonrd-rldlng
and surfboating, neither
of which sports requires tho ex
to M. A. Gunst & Co.
King and Fort
hausting luminal labor of the re
gatta work. '
The Ikijk will, of com so, compete
for tho Clark cups two of them.
They will go outrun their hoards,
come In standing upon tho tips of
the big rollers. Sumo will even
stand on their heads on tho boards,
and othcis wilt actually, waltz on
tho tiny hits of plank. -The Judges
on tho Moana pier will hiwuld tho
Fiirthunrd cup to the must gtuccful
and expert manipulator of his board.
About tlility entries have been
In the canoe surfing context tho
Judges will consider grace of mo
tion, directness In steering mid dis
tance trnvclcd before tho wave.
The boys for the surtboard roll
test will line up on the bench of thu
Outrigger grounds nt 3 o'clock, uml
n few minutes later tlicy will puddle
out, starting In Hue. Alter a tew
waves have been caught, the Judges
will pick out thi! dozen bct stirr
ers. Tho canoo surfing will then
take place, and nfler that ix over
the ten selected surfhonrdcis will
enter tho final contest for the Clark
cup. These cups, now on exhibition
In the windows or K. O. Hall & Son,
uro tho II n est tiophles of tho kind
ever sent to Honolulu, nnd uro thu
gift of Frunk C. Clark. Tho two
lniger cups will bu held for thu
events to be pulled off when Frank
Clark Is lieic with hlx cruisers tin
February 12. tlovernor 'Frc.ir, It Is
expected, will then present nil tho
cups to tho winners.
Sunday afternoon mi old filendol
the club will bo on hand to prepaiu
hlx famous llsh chowder, which will
be dished out hot to nil who return
frdm thu aquille tuntests.
As the Outilgger Club was llrst
suggested by the niallhlnl, that In
dividual has not been loi.t xlght of.
For hlx cdlllentlou nml delectation.
on Sunday, pol-pounderx lire to bo
In evidence before tho native graxs
homes. The Kamohnmeha Aquatic
.Club of Hawaiian sons will provldo
I these, nnd the ninllhlnlx will see
I how the lino looks when It ix flrxt
I (alien fioin tho soil; how It Is baked
I with mil otis stones, then boiled,
pounded' Into pol, and eaten with
one, two or thrco lingers. In fact,
the Outrigger Club Ix trying to give
thb stranger the kind ot entertain
ment ho wishes.
Mexxrs. Khlera & Co. hnvo gotton
out n liaiidsmuo Illustrated program
or the day for the Outrigger Club,
mid this will he distributed among
tho 700 cruisers nlioaul tho Clevo
land. Mr, llerboit Clark, an elder
brother of Frank C. Clark. Is In
chai go or tho present crplse. ilotb
ho nnd hlx brother arc personal
trlemls or the piesldent ol the Out
rigger Club, wlio will seo to It that
they ate pioperly entci tallied al
Additional Social on Pages 11 and 12
NOIcFOI.K, Jan. S. Tho battleship
Georgia ran aground In Iho Kllzabeth
river this iirteiuoou uml another notch
was cut In her nick of recent mix
bass. Tho vessel wax proceedlir.? down tho
river from Norfolk Navy Yard, where
tho holu lipped In her outer hull by
tho piopoller of tho collier Voxtal,
Hiiro wockx ago, had Just been patch
ed up and Injuries sustained In col
lision with tho battleship Nebniska,
a few days previous, lojulicd. Thrco
disasters within a month have led her
to bo dubbed "the hoodoo or tho navy."
The (leorgia bail been ordered to
sea fur tactical c).eiclso today nam!
was steaming out, At about six knots
nn hour she struck on thu shoal be
tween l.urnhert'x Point iuid Cruncy
Tho C Q I) signal was flashed by
wlrclexx, nml tour ttius raced to licr
assistance from thu Muvy Yard. They
found thu big fighter xtuik hard, but
n hair hour or nulling ull together got
tho vessel again clear.
For eating, drinking and cookrh
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
KtiUtrel I'. X. I'llHl Oltie.
lirciikfast Qocoa, 1-2 11), tins
Milker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
Gentian Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 Hi. cakes
For Sale by Leading Croccn In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MA5S, U. S. A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
Easy Way To
It Is tho easiest thing In tho vorhl
to rid the liouso of rats, mice, cock
roaches, vvaleibiigs, etc., by using the
old rcllnblo Stearns' Klectrle Itut nml
Itoach Taste, which has been on tho
market for thirty years.
It Is ro.nl v mixed for iifo and' as it
Is In pnsto form, there is no iiowdcr to
blow away and get into rood.
Ron that every naekago bears the
signature of J. .1. Kearney, nnil then
ion will get the genuine: tho only
guaranteed exterminator, ilio only one
Residence Undertaking Parlors
M. E. Silva's
will be icniovcd about I-'ebruary fi In
u local Inn on Chaplain stieel oppo
site tho Catholic Sisters. Tho now
place will be well equipped wltll
JiediiHuux, kitihon, diiiiiigroom. hnth
Kioin, wnitlngronm, vvllh verandas
on two sides. lor tho lesldcnee fe.i
lino In tills new, up-to-date ittuler
t'uklng parlors tlicio will he no
charge for the in-o. Thu parlor Ih
fice lo nil who wish In remain With
the bodies of beloved ones.
Hod I cm icmovcd from hospitals or
home from within thrco tulles or
clly 1 lull In to our pluco or IiusIiium
Tree or ehnrge.
Present Phone, 179
1023 Nuuftau St.
Closing Out Some of Our Lines
of Goods ,
Worth of Merchandise to be Slaughtered
Regardless of Cost
The Greatest Sale of DRY
GOODS, MILLINERY, CLOTH
ING, FURNISHING GOODS,
SHOES, etc., ever held in Hono
lulu. 15 Cases of Goods
received per s.s. "Korea" will be
included in the sale.
Don't fail to follow the crowd.
For further particulars see our
L B. KERR
Rid the House of
Wats, M ce etc
where your druggls i!ll refund your
money If It does not do tho work.
Apply Stearns' Kleclrlc Pnsto lit
night, In sinks, lmntrlcn, etc., nnd In
tho morning you can bvvocii up n pan
ful of dead cockroaches.
Uso It where thoro uro rats nml
mice, nud after eating it. they will run
'out of doors to die.
All relhblo druggists sell Stcn;nx'
lilectrlc l'liBto: 2 oz, box 2Gc., If", (i.
box $1.00, or xent express prepaid.
Biennis' I'.lcctilo l'liBtu Co., Chlcflngo,
- Night Ull 1014
& CO., Ltd.,
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