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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 02, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Image 8

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D1. T. FFLIX QOL'RAUD'S ORIhNTH
CKEJM OR MAGICAL DUUllllCR
SOCIAL NOTES
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
ANNUAL SALE
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hpTm lo t'Ms Mrl h ii sfitliin nil ii An
i Ik ii. wheie he combined H linsllicn"
trip, nuit n Isli Id IiIh family why
ui' ic'Hili g In Hm I'iiukI-ho fin'
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me ago Id this c'.w hm this I in
m t-r'i-f n. i
Aci.pl nor' ,Mrt
Ml nf mn.Hu
tm. Pi I
wp'l nvh'n'h iled mil sum
hllplit tla In tho noir future llm ail
Mr. Sl.ushnll Dirrarli will ho tlio
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man --'T$p
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lull
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noiulu. anil tiiine In sa. I guest lit the Alexander nung Hotel.
at S'holiolil llurnUva o.i Satun'.ax
Tallin Athillc l.ovc) returned fion anil Sunday
Hawaii, whole kIio Inn been tlio gupu
(Ifhcr tingle anil aunt, Mi and Mr.
.lull, in M(iiiKitiut tu lilt her ginnd
iijollipr, Mis. Cone', nml hi'i mint
nrtil n)tlilli, Mn mnl Slim KpiiJps
Ii'liil nslsl In tlutr ciitciuilliiurnt
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Joseph Su'iirlz, tlio Jeweler, rc-
fflllicil mi the Ko-ea from Sill r'ran-
-
Sir Olil SmeiiKini lcliirncd mi Inn
Kurci, M ii t Ii twenty-eighth, after u
rijoitru of nunc mouths nil tlio
tll.ll 1) I Mill
Sir anil Sirs Arihle Young arc
pl.i. ulng a trip to Hie co.iHt. nruiiu
lii'iilnl h lliclr liitiMi'stJiiR fnnill
- ' IVN I t(.. rr.mftfl
. Mr tiitl. I r l tt n Vl h.nnA. "I I !..
. .. pri ! I rM'brl iiii ;V "rr
.J.J. i rn II. th 1't.l'til ')lu,l ."4.11 il knn
lfi3.T.hr.lll.1 ft g 3 It it J tn S fil Ri l
anil HipIi ihiipcp to h" awa) for an
Itulrflnllo time TIip cxiiopJ to
ipptul tlin ninjor iiortUiii nf , llieli
llinc ii Ciillfunila. wIip u. tlicy liavo
a lamo diilc of fill mix
S!m llolfnnim In m' n In? tin
.tU-imii1 rt tlio Ii H.irrli Sla'Kctu'o
itHi" l up ir Sliiroi nml o'i
r ili iIip mnl Iip I) i'Iii n.ro ro
U In Kami, fni a fi'n (la)..' nut)
tour Tlio.r ninililno win fent tli
ui riiiurJi: lo ho iwily for tliclr
.i rU.il
Mm Willi mi Dmfnril, fioni Slan.i,
Ki. mi! Ik vltltlns Hoi.otulu for three
rp,H im the -ri'pst 'of Hip W. I
Elan pia Several frlctnlK ralleil on
vv(.'iif. t1ii it Mr Stinlcyn ml 1ml
lei Inforiuiill) wllli Mia. Dmifortl.
I.ihIs llerron herved.
Sirs ,1. II. Atlierlon ami lier
iIiiiikIiUt. MIkh K.itu Atfiertoii. will
depart on Ilia l.urllno, April twelfth.
fUr S.iii l'liiiulsci), mnl will visit oln-. -er
pintR of California heforo return-' n
or
n
J TiinlRlit will be tlio list nltslit of that ile'lBh ful comedy. "A Slllk Whlto
Iftr." and the llinrj ,Mc!tae Co. haV3 rvrtalnly iV-niunnttuttM Iho f.iet that
(Ikj (in pl.i i (joined., with iiiiihIc hk vol iih IiIkIj pIiihh iIimiui.
Slondi) (jwiiIiik they will offer Unother hli; pnidiietlmi In "The I.lon
and The Mouse" and aa this U n well lnown l.i It will ho appierjilel
diy a liort of adnilrerx.
Amoii't lie ph) to ho pioduccd fotin will be "Uiown of H irnnl," that
finuniH ciiIIprp p'ns iindi raitimix by Henry Woodruff.
Iiir to their Inland home.
.1 II Coney arrived on tho W (I.
Hall, March thlttlotb, to visit Ills
tnntlier and lo welcnmo his sister,
Mrs Kenjes. who rocently nrrhol
(him her home In (iermanj.
Sh and Mrs. Frnncls M. Swnnzy
nderwent an oporntloii recently
will bo Rind tldltiRs to the ninny
friends of Mrs Dunn, who wish hor
an early and complete rococry.
Sirs. Tom Klnj? left on the steam
er Kin. in, Tites-1-i), Slnrcli twenty
ninth for Kami I" visit her dam.li
tcr, Mrs Chatlea lllee Sirs. KltiK
liBS'not been In the best of health.
'.i .ii... ..(i, i.i. . no .. W.....I.. . nun lllll lll'Ull 111 II1C UC3 111 nv.iii.t. " r.
artompauled by their daughter, ox- and her famllj trust that i.ie ehaiiKO cinor and Sirs I'rcir will not
. . ., i .,.- ni .i. l ... . ... .... ... Hi. I. .ni.,.1.. .......Ii. v rnnitl'nt
firielum was Riven ITi Imnor'iif Mrs.
Wiirner Ibc sister o Mr. Divlia, who
Is their bouse Kiiest.
Mr (leii'-Rp H. r.ilrchlld pild lluno
lu'ii a HjIiik Wslt the nst week, ar
illm? nn I returning on tho W 0.
Hull fm Kami
OwltiK lo jhsenco from town Oov-
boll
SYDNEY F. HODEN, WHO MAK ES CONCERT DCBUT TONIGHT.
, Sidney V llolun ttiir Aimlra)l m pianist, who will iiul.u Ids concert de
hut hero nt the Yoiiiir hotel tonlRht. when ho will bo assisted by Sirs. Al(en
White, .Mrs Hobo, Sir Hull, Sirs Tcnnu Peek Mm. Itoss, SlrsMJorton and
I)r Iliitnus The ruueeit tiltosether p onilses to he a brilliant musical and
bftclnl affair A number of our sotUI lcadcis bao, as patroaesECs, been
workliiK hard to tecuro Its success.
ptct to depart on the Sierra for tho
mnlnlniid and to lslt tliclr daugh
ter, Miss Nora, who Is a student at
llijn Muhr CoIIpbc.
.TikIro at'd Sirs. Wilder entertain
ed Wednesday at dinner In honor of
Sir. mnl sirs. RenrRo I'ciivy of Slln
nca polls, Minn.
A f.ivmable report of the condi
tion of Airs. Dunn, wlfo f l'ay Clerk,
of tho U. S IS'., Thomas Dunn, whoNuiianu vnlfoj homo, Cralfislde.
will benefit her and that she wit
re. urn tn her home full'' restored
JS
Dr. Slid Mrs. Murrnj aro fpcnlliiK
the week, at Halelwa. wbero the Doc
tor Is Retting a much needed rest, at
tho samo time euJoyliiR the Rolf and
dshlnR
their iPBtiln month y reception on,
Monday.
Carl Uti Itol, iiianiiger of tho Kil
lers Dry Uooda Company, has return
cd from a trip to tho KaBt.
Sirs. Ooorgo Ilodlck's mother. Mrs.
Newman will arrl'o this month from
Mrs. fllhc Dnvlcs piitortnliied aV'jut Hn Tranclsco to visit her ilaimhter.
WVd..esd..J nrifmiMii at her beautiful' e nn? ,"IS' 8,,,,"17 nml 1hP, r
.. "- . . . S rum U nrn tnUlntr nn nutlnc uti Tall-
REMIANTS
Begins on Monday Morning Next,
April 4th
Remnants of White, Fancy and
Woollen Goods
Tho
Genera! Sale
OF MERCHANDISE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
tains.
j
I Sirs Oorfio Angus Vlll entertain
rilrtii) at a tea In honor of Sirs.
OcorBo Doblo of San I'ranclsco.
'
Sir. Miirshall Dirracli will bo tho
Ruesl of Colonel Sehulcr' of Schofleld
Itiirrsicks on Saturday and Sunday
SIis Cllffonl Kimball will prcsldn
over tho Tom King homo In tho nb
sonco of her mother.
II I) Italduln was n passeiiRer on
tho W 0 Hill ror Knnal
Mm CllfTonl Klmbnll of Halelwa, Is
In town for n few weeks' Wt.
Heinz '" 5"
HEINZ PRODUCTS arc pure in the strictest sense.
They are made not only to conform to, but actually
exceed the requirements of all State and national pure food
laws, - 'f
SWEET PICKLES. PRESERVED FRUITS. APPLE BUT
TER, INDIA RELISH, BAKED BEANS, VINEGARS, ETC.
AT ALL GROCERS
POrLINS 27 inches wide; rcRU5
lar 35c. quality, now 25 yard.
MERCERIZED PONGEES Rejru.
lar price, 35c.; now 25 yard.
WHITE INDIA LAWN 29 inches
i
I wide; regular price, 15c; now Of
yard.
MERCERIZED PERSIANS 38
inches wide; Pink, Sky, Nile, Lav
ender, Champagne. White; jcRulnr
35c,, now 25 jard. i
SPECIAL
Reduction in Embroideries
and Laces . Qualities and
Prices can not be beat.
EXTRA WIDE CHAMBRAY
Fine finish v Blue and Grey;. regular
25c, now 20i yard,
WHITE DOTTED SWISS
Several patterns; regular
25c, now 15 yard.
BATISTE 30 inches wide; Cicnm.
Orcen, Lavender, Tan. Old Rose,
Champagne ;, regular 35c, now 25
yard.
MERCERIZED PIQUES In Pink,
Blue, White, Cream, Strawberry;
regular 50c, now Vt7lM ynr(1'
TURKISH TOWELS
Regular ?1.G5 doz.; now. ..fil.o.'i
Regular .f2.25 doz.; now. . . 1.75
Regular 52.50 doz.; now. . . 2.00
Regular $3.50 doz.; now... 2.09
TABLE LINENS
AND NAPKINS
t
25-S REDUCTION
LINEN TOWELS.
Hemstitched, $3 50 doz. now
. .....$2.50
Tlain, $4 doz.; now. , 3.00
Plain, $4 50 doz.; now., .. .1.50
Hemstitched, $5 doz.; now. 11.75
Hemstitched, $6 doz.' now. 1.75
MISSES and CHILDREN'S WHITE
LAWN DRESSES Embroidery and
Lr-cc Trimmings; now S?l to $ 1.
LADIES' SHIRT-WAISTS .In
Mulls, Lawns, Persians, Silk and
Net; regular $1.50 to $12, now S?l
to f8.no.
HUCK TOWELS
Hemstitched, $1.50; now.. $1.00
Hcmsitchcd, $1.75; now .. J. 15
Plain, $2; now . . , 1.50
. LACE CURTAINS ,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST PATTERNS NOW FROM 50 TO, $5 PAIR,
OUR SALE 6F CLOTHING AND SHOES HAStBEEN SO SUCCESSFUL, WE HAVE DECIDED 10
CARRY IT ON A FEW DAYS LONGER.
V
ADAMS' LANE
CnnAGEUUCTIONED
All the cottages on tho hind nc
quired by tbu Y SI C. A. for their
new building wmn aiictlonc.l off this
nioinliig by J. W. Smithies. Those
cottages for Iho most part fated
Adaina I.Jtie.
1 Santos bought Iho duelling ro
centlj (Kcupled by Mrs. Kearns for
JI20 Tho ihiitney factory will bo re
nuneil to Ilerctnnln sttcct and will be
sot up opposlto tho flerman church,
Kollowlng Is u llbt r hii)ors of tho
remaining coltngos, plumbing tree1
ftncli'g. etc ; K II P. Wolters imp
cbasod eotlao No. 1 for 310; Prank
Krnger wns tbu purchiinr of coltagn
No. 3 for 1305; V. Santos bought fn
cottugo No. -I for $130; u Job lot of
plumbing was knocked down to M
flu'o hr J!.""! P. Kroger bought cot
tagu No t for $300; P. Santos pur
chased cottago No. 0 for $205, A V
Our puiehiised a miscellaneous lot of
building material for $12 BO and also
bought fencing to tho nluo of $13 K,
Santos and T, Anu bought building
material, etc, for $015 and $100 re
spectively, ,,
EARLE SISTERS AT NOVELTY.
1 ha I.arla Slsfors, vaitdovtllo ar
tists of Hire talent, arrived hero on
the Sloria iindur contract with tho
Novelty Theater Thoy will make
tlmlr first appearance tonight and
will presont a number of new songs
and soma clever dancing. In all,
they will bo on the stage about fif
teen minutes at each show, and for
the opening night will offer a Bhort
si etch that Is full of humor mid
action.
Colgate's- Goods
TALCUM POWDERS, SHAVING POWDER.
TOOTH POWDERS. SHAVING STICK.
lOOril TASTE, CASHMERE TJOUQUET SOArS.
FULL LINE OF COLOGNES AND TOILET WATERS.
American Brokerage Cb.
v LIMITED
v Retailers,
Telephone 201
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now pupil whd couldn't BWlni, when
ho had been pulled, out of tho ton
foot fnt.k. "It wasn't, oer jour
head whan you asked me," roplloJ
Hm nuait iittoiidant. Chicago Dally
News.
A fieo iinlvprfttlv of nrt Is n ne
Modern Ideas of Comfort
in the ofilec and in the home demand a cironlation of the
air.
The News-Inch
Electric Fan
will insure a circulation ofnhc air with absolute noise-lessness.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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