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KVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, FEU. 20, 1910.
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A Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevei
Monday Morning, Feb. -28
PRICE-REDUCTIONS not equalled at any other-time. Every department in the store represented. Thousands of dollars' worth
of seasonable merchandise that women, g'rls and small children need right now 'at' reductions in no instance less' than 25 per
cent., and from that to one-half or more. Hundreds of bargains. The partial list herewith gives an idea of our drastic method of
closing put the entire stock.
The strongest lines in the market secured for this sale.
Complete to the last detail. Wc know the Roods arc "Good
Goods" they're right in quality, and wc have made them
tight in price before they are offered to you. Garments
from 25c. end un.
Lakes' and Children's Sweaters, plain and fancy
weave: elo3c-fittintr single-breasted Norfolk or Pony Coats;
New Spring Waists
LAWN. LINEN, MADS AS AND MULL
These attractive w lists will be shown next Monday.
They are new arrival i in spring styles in the newest de
signs. Have lonf sleeves, buttons in front and in the
bach, and are so greitly undcrpriced as to warrant your
tr.king this occasion to lay in a anting supply.
Importers' spring accumulations, bought undcrpriced.
These Roods are the s aron's accumulations, strictly up-to-date
iiL-pattcni an' dti.gn. fresh mid-clean. This sale
can never be duplicated.
A Hosiery Sale That Leads
This Hosiery Sale surpasses any hosiery event we have
knowledge of in months. Wc BUggest anticipating your
wants for months to come, as these arc regular staple
numbers which will cost you the regular price after this
sale. The quality in every instance is thoroughly reliable.
Table Linen and Napkins
Fine Table Linen is as essential as toys for Christ
mas. Each piece of these imported linens is the finest
we have been able to secure for the mdnpy. 25c. vard
and up; a large assortment to .choose from.
Lace Curtains '
Large savings may be had on splendid Lace Curtains.
The curtains are 2Vst to 3 yards long, in white and
-ecru; suitable for parlors, dining or living rooms. A
wide range of pattetns.
Lingeries and Tailor-Made Suits
To close out tile entire line, we have made a tremen
dous reduction of 50 to 75 discount.
Smart Dresses for Children
From 2Va to 14 years; in Gingham, Lawn, etc. Bir
High-grade Goods. Tan and Oxford; guaranteed water
proof. Regular, $15.00 each; sale price, $8.50.
Domestic "Good Goods"
Rightly Priced. These ate ftesh, clean goods, and
goods that will give w;ar and satisfaction.
SHEETS I . SHEEfING
10-4 Sale Price 35c.
9-4" " 30c.
8T-4 " " ...27oC.
7-4" " 25c.
6-4 " " 20c.
OUTING. FLANNEL 12 yards, $1.
A. F. C. GINGHAM 200 pieces to choose from; 12 yards
LINEN TORCHON LACES Regular, $1 dozen; sale price,
50c. dozen.. ,
VICTORIA LAWNS 10-yard pieces; sale price, 60c. pc.
NAINSOOK In 12-yard pieces; sale price, $1.60 piece.
SALE COMMENCES MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH
00x90 Sale Price.. .$1.00
81x90 " "... .80
72x90 ' " ... ,75
63x90 'i "... .65
54x90" " ... .50
Monday Morning, Feb. 28
opposite Catholic Church
It being ladles' .la) ill the Commer
cial Club today, the niitwii'ilillo com
mittee IllCIIlbolH WllO llL'CUllllt'll tlio
Coinmciclal Club until for tliu Wash
ington's birthday parade, wcro tlio
hotts nt iiiio o'clock ut an Informal
luncheon given lu compliment to the.
' ,four young women who occupied the
kuutOnioblIo and udded to much to the
'.j atructivenebK of tlio witrj . The hosts,
; Mr. Until Hermit, Mr, John T. Warren,
', Mr. George (Jullil ami .Mr. Itoscool'er
' Kins,, weio iihsIbIciI by Mr3. Heindt,
,' Mm. Wiincn ami .Mrs. (luilil, In re
ceiving the miosis who were matron
' Izcil by Mis. (Icorgo Angus. Also
-'' fcharluK tlio houurs of the lunchenn
wiis little .lean Angus who was tlio, ami
. tiny mat-cot for the car ami won tom
jillmentii uii every side.
lug tlio life of Honolulu before sailing
for tl(e Orient. Violets ninl maiden
hair ferns were used upon the lunch
eon table, while the place cards wero
water color Bkotches of familiar Isl
am) scenes, done on bamboo ribboiiK.
Covers wcro laid for five, thoNjthcr
guests being Miss Helen Maglll of
Pasaduna, Mrs. .John Trcnliuliu War
ren and Mrs. Hobo.
Miss Webb and Miss Maglll wero
guests at luncheon Friday of Mrs. Hen
derson at her Kalmukl home, Mrs.
Henderson being a slstpr of ono of
Miss Webb's fraternity sisters on tlio
coast. I'rlday ufteinoon tlio visitors
wero guests for afternoon tea of the
Misses Ward ut the Old PUntatlon,
Saturday, after viewing tlio par
ode. called with Mr. Mervsn Maglll. on
tho Chlio Maru for Hongkong vvhorolner Ben '' Mr.
Tlio luncheon table watj, decorated ' they will spend several weeks befuro i l'c-nvy, Sunday evening, nt
violet, the color used In tho decor-, touring other cities ot China. Japan, Hotel. The. circular tablo
of the car, and bows of airy I and tlio Philippines, llioy expect to
bo gouo about four mouths, leturnlug
on tho Koica In June.
Mrs. II. T. Korrost, of I'unaluu, Kan,
gave an excellent dance to her many
friends lu this city and tho vicinity last
i? violet tullo milled to the attractiveness
io'f the tablo. The placo cards bore
& r (ill.,,. - (ill. i flf Ihfl n.iil Itn fl,tl(l1.
tP'Kni' iwriiniintH. ninl uttaehnd to these
, . ... . . -
A i.iXwero bows of violet tullo imon which
the names or me guceis weio inscriueu
in cold. Covers were laid for fourteen,
t .. ...... .. . ... ... ..... Ui.ti,.lni ........ It... uuva tlwi llllt H'rl
f illioso who werp mere uuiug .mas mini i -""'""J ".i"n ojd ...v ...... ...-
vjjSmlth, Miss Carolyn Sheffield. Miss buno. Tho affair took place lu Spree
h' Katherlno Dm licit "t Salt Lake City i kcl Hall, and was attended by n largo
wind Miss Helen Quarlos; Mrs. licorge number of pcoplo from noar and rar.
',Siigus, Miss Jean Angus. Mr. und Mrs. It wua Scottish lu chaiactcr. and one
ti:inll Hermit, Mr. andrs. (loorgo of tho main events of tho evening wan
nliiii!, Mr. nud Mrs. John Trenholui tho dancing of tho Sword Danco and
fil Mr. Itoseoo Perkins, i tlio Highland Fling by Mr. Gchrlng, In
'-'' I costumo. Music was furniahed by the
ive Luncheon. i Misses Chalmers, Mrs Jarrett T. I.evv-
Miss liiltlt Smith was tho, hostess is, Mrs. Ulllott Hobeit Forbea and
ast Saturday nt u churinlngly appoint- Fred Trowbridge, nnd songs, weif ren-
e'e! luncheon given ut the home of her doled by Mr. John T. Molr, Mr (loo.
sister, Mis. Stephen Norton Hobo at l.llllcoo, Mr. nick I.llllcoe. and Mr.
1711 Aliapnrfi street, III honor of her Iliadley. During tho ovenlng light re
friend, Miss Winifred Webb of 1'nsa- freblimenls wcro served, und tho af-
dena, who Hpent n. week hero enjoy- fair vvns enjoyed until n late hour.
pr. ..-.,. . ,v."--' .
Among those present were the fol
lowing: Mrand Mrs. John Watt, Mr.
and Mrs. John Scott, Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Molr, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. C.
Campbell, Captain Peter Johnson, Pur
ser Drew and other officers of the Wll
hclmlna, Mr. ami Mrs. Carl S. Smith,
Mr. ami MrB. H. V. Patten; Mr. u'nd
Mis. Jarrett T. I.cwls. Mr, and Mrs,
C. It. Kennedy, Misses Greenfield, Miss
Severance, Mr. and Mrs. John Napier,
Mrs. Chalmers, P, N. Doyo, Geo. Day,
J. D. Kennedy, J U, Smith, Miss
Smith. H. I. Ullle, It. Forbes, W. Turn
bull, Geo. l.llllcoo, Dlek l.llllcoo Prod
Trowbildge, Mr. Hradley, Mr. Gchrlng
Mr. and Mrs. Peavy's Dinner.
Delightful in every way was the dm-
and Mrs. Gcorgo
at tho Moana
was l)i 11-
llautly arranged with hcarlet cxorlas.
In the center of tho tablo was arrang
ed u fancy wicker basket filled with
these handBome flowers. Klcctrlc lights
were cloverly nrranged nt the base of
tho basket und concealed by dainty red
silk shades, tho tout ensemble of the
decorations wero very offcctlvo, Tho
hostess wore an Imported gown of
black and gold, which suited her type
of beauty to perfection, Mrs, Murphy,
a sitter of Mrs. Poavy, wore- white
cutln, embroidered with largo pink
roses. Ira, Hobert Atkinson looked
stunning In black. Mrs. Prauk Bald
win of .Maul wore u superb gown of
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Si. lovua, U S. A.
white. Mrs. Arthur Wilder looked
charming In Llack, wl'tfi a eqrsago of
old blue and gold. After dinner tho
party took advantage of' thq beautiful
moonlight night and motored to tho
Pall. Ihoso present
Mrs. Poavy, Judgo and
Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Atkinson,
Mr. und Mrs. Frank Unldwln of Maul,
Mrs. Murphy of Minneapolis, Mr. Itleli
nril Wright, Mr, Will noth and Mr.
Mrs. Wood's Bridge Luncheon.
On Monday, Mrs. C.H. Wood enter
tained u scoro of her friends ut her
beautiful mid artistic liomq on Thurs
ton Ave tat luncheon. Tho tablo wa;
profusely decorated In yellow coreopls.
and Binllax, with dainty. placo cards
tied with .yellow satin ribbon, Cluny
laco'dollles, purchased during Mrs.
Wood's trip abroad, wero another or
numeutaUon to tho table. After par
taking of a delicious luncheon tho af
ternoon vvns given over to bridge.
Among thoso present were Mrs. C. D,.
Wood, Mrs. Harry Lowls, Miss Mar
garet Walker, Mrs. II. Faxon Ulshop,
Mrs. Mannlo Phillips, Mrs. Frederick
Klamp, .Mis. Mcjer of San Franclsco7
Mrs. Frederick Damon, Mrs. Andrew
Puller, and others.
Mr. and Mrs, J. G. Pratt's Dinner.
Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. J.
(1. Pratt entertained nt dinner in hon
or of sumo old friends of theirs Mr.
and Mrs. C. I). Corey of Sau' Fran
cisco. Tho tablo was prettily deco
ratod In cut (lowers and malden-halr
ferns, with unique placo cords. Covers
were laid for eight, and after dltiner
a musical pioginni was rendered,
No "brighter day dawned in tho Isl
and of o.ilm than on Tuesday, Febru
ary 22nd, when nature wreathed In
smiles, und tho icoplo of Honolulu
wero uttuned to all this beauty, for wus
It not tho day that one of tho great
If not tho greatest ovents of this
Island city was to tako place, and a
grand pageanfsvvlth Its wealth of How
ers, which a kind and bountiful nnturo
gavo, which was used to adorn nnd
niako a display of color to gladden tho
eyo and fchnw man's, exquisite tasto
lu tlio arrangement of thoso floral
beauties. Karly lu the day tho streets
wero filled with tho throng. Automo
biles weio most' In ovldenco, nnd with
flags and (lowers and thd fair occu
pants in their dainty gowns, n touch
of color hero and thcro, made n most
Icautlfiil Bput on tho landscape. Pedes
lilnns, too, vvoro a pleasing Blght.vTho
men In Immuciilato linen, duck or llan
pel, just tho correct and becoming
diess for tho tropics,. and thp pretty
women looking smart und dainty In
I their llngerlo gowns and hats with n
nilllU !illilMJ 111 BIIUIIU llieill IIOU1 Ultl
Sol's raj-B was more than good to look could plan a finer parade, and to Hu
nt. A happy Bet ot people Btood wait- managers and all who assisted In the
Ing for the procession to come In work the thanks and never ending
view-. A delightful surprise was given gratitude of the pcoplo are due for
the wnltlnc snectators and n each thin hnntitlfiil foto il.iv.
wore Jlr. nndj float or object In the parndo was seeni A'large number of tho leading pco
d Mrs. , Arthur! tho clapping of hands attested the i.p- plo residing on tho other Islands shovv-
prcclatlon of the exhibit. Eacll and ed tho Interest they havo taken In tlio
all wero works of art and unsurpassed "Annual Floral Parade" by coming
In beauty and syatcm ot conducting, over to witness the pageant and to
Tho entire mass moved with sucfi coso give their old In making It a greater
na to excite the surprise and admlrn-1 attraction by sending one'ot their best
tlon of every ono. Tho Floral Parade ' rlderB nnd most nttrnctlvo women to
has been the one absorbing theme Blnco represent the Princess of their Island.
Tuesday, nnd tho verdict Is from all Tho Hawnllan Princesses mndo n most
sides especially from tho Mallhlnl beautiful appearance, and It would bo
that Honolulu did nobly, that no city a difficult tusk to glvo precedence to
R. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
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Uoudt Oiftlrrl In Ui Uklicd SUtia. Cftowlft ftod Kuroi
UBD.T.KOfUJlS. Frcs . 3 Gictt Jjr.es Slriel oiT
nny. 8o wonderful was tho grace nnd
skill dlsplnycd In tlio management of ,
their horses, nnd being oblivion !o
tho fact thnt thousands of ejes were
Tuesday, February tho twenty-second,
wob marked as the anniversary
of tho birth of China's ruler, Pit I J, the
"Heaven-born," and vvns appropriately
celebrated by his subjects In the man
ner characteristic of tho oriental,
whoso love for display and nolco Is
more pronounced thnn that of nny
other nationality. The big dragon
seemed larger thin ever before, nnd
tho glnnt firecrackers waxed louder
as the dragon wended Its way through
tho Chinese quarter. The grotcsituo
crcattiro was quite In evidence In tho
parade, as the oriental feature of tho
parade was most creditable and mado
a strikingly beautiful sccno In Its rich
and gorgeous trappings. After the
parade, In which they participated,
was over their festivities in lienor of
their Emperor's natal day began a
day always remembered and cclebint
cd with enthusiasm nnd pomp. All of
Chinatown was In festal garb, bringing
to light wonderful silken costumcB,
heavy with rich embroidery making
more than ono on-lookcr almost green
with envy. The banners, which wSro
carried by tho attendants of tho
dragon, wero works ot art nnd price
less in value. Ono carried high bv n
Chinese who wore a magnificent dress
was conspicuous by Its extreme Mm
pllclty wob tho bluo flag mnrked first
prize. Floral Parade, and win the ban
ner conferred upon the Chlncso float
during the morning parade, giving rvl
dcncojtlrtrf tho Mallhlnl Judges select
ed by tho committee wero capable ot
eood Judgment In their bestowal ot this
ono honor, which will bo greatly up-
pieclatcd by our Chlneso community.
Civil Engineer Alfred C. Lcncrcnz,
who Is sent by tho U. S. M". depart
ment to succeed Captain Parks, nnd
his .wife, will be-welcomed in Hono
lulu for their popularity at Maro Isl
and, whore they mado their homo for
sotiio years, has preceded them. Bctoro
leaving tho coast they wcro entertain
ed by a number ot their friends, and
the functions given in , their honor
was evldcnco .of tho esteem In which
they are held, nnd nmcluregret is felt
over their departure.
Kx-Quecn I.llliiokalnnl Is en rotito to
her lslnud homo nnd Is now In Han
Francisco. Her old frlcndB and sub
jects will bo glad to welcome her and
glvo her tho comfort of their friend
ship, which has been steadfast In nil
of her trials nnd disappointments.
Mrs, Krdmnn Baldwin is tho gueit of
hor brothcr-ln law nnd sister-in-law ut
Makcwcll, Kuual. Mr, Hahlvvln Is
manager of that plantation, '
TT IS DECIDEDLY UNSAFE to use ordinary
" city water for 'drinking purposes. Our
DISTILLED WATER is healthful and free from
So are our SODA WATERS of S
Send us a trial order for assorted Soda
Water and for a bottle of Distilled Water.
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