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nvHNisn nuu.rnN honomji.c. t h. ntinw, rn, is. -ioio.
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
CORSET COVERS 15c. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40c. to $1.60 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS 50c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now 5c. a Yard
FLANNELETTE 12 Ynrds for $1
Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS 5c. Apiece
MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
" " " VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25c.
BIG LOT .Or REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
Jb. Alloy, NuuanuSt
FORT DE RUSSY ITEMS !
(Ill) in mo nloiicl tit this ciinp. In
Eomo cures the engineer pioperty
was sent to the survey dotnhments,
lint most of It will he forwarded
within the next few days by WBRon
nnd pack trains. A large nmoiint of
vimnllna unm rorelvoit fnr tiles'
J ' trains, nnd their work will now he
greatly Increased. A shipment of
wagons nnd new nuliiinls Is expect
ed within a very short time, all of
which will Lo f3cd In supplying the
suhcamib with survey articles.
Corporal IJmmerson of the Kok't
Head detachment has hecn ordore I
to this pninn for duty In the post
lug to the Islands with the c.tvalr ,ovlll itivntc .,.ls. who has hecn I drafting room relative to the pint
and signal corps to Join tho en- (,ctn(1(, , nBBBalU plumber lu the tlt:g of the survey, notes here. Cor-
the Alea detach-
this post and
here for duty, tnklns
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The nrrlval of the transport from netted that they will return
the Toast was the niuse of many of duty tho list of the present month
the old members of the engineers ,.
Waiting thlVkoit and seeing lhe De,,hite Ketehum of Company u'
work or of tTie engineer roops of h M M ()r,er, fll ,
thU Mind A number of thovbl- h , , relieving Musician
r were with the members of this Mrl: wlo ,, 1)t.on MBl , the
cunp when stationed In Cuba mid t , .,, , treatment. l'rl
w.'le Bheiin warm reception during nt(j Uqu of ie Mme rom,mny
irn-ir sui) nere mi iucIUi.. Bu- . . ,,.lln,1 n i.nst eiinrd. re
glncer fories slatloned theie.
To the Coast.
quartermaslcr depjutoient. Prlvnta poral Tcnlen of I hi
Dralghbotigh has biFii detailed as ment Iiiib arrived a!
.... - ,--, -, .-'...III I.. l.nn In
ltnrlicmr. Into nl mm nli.Hrlr Inn. inlpvlni; Private, will remain
Compaii) (1, lltigliicers. left for thojliWcn, who has been onlercd to tho over tho work of Corporal IMeukV,
CiMt fTn tho tiaiiHiort and will re-survey detiuhment for duly.
Ilirn In f?)ilrti(rti Hill I. Illtl fllB. '-
who Is now on furloiigli
of the members of the
turn Hi uninigo Bin i ms ms- 'm Vn.nlip I "' ",r i"i.-"iui " "" -
ch.irge nl this toil he Hob been "it I . I'i Ivnt" Itncinilnt of the engineers! tueluiicittB have been visiting tha
work In the cigltieor ilepirtmenVIn' n0B been sent from his detachment I '"-me camp, inn an nine now n
Honolulu filvale Chlllen of Cnni-!,,. w,il,laii to the nost linsoltnl here: "' tl,elr 'letnchmentii for
1 .1..1 .
Honolulu Construction &
I)raini Co., Ltd.
Qaeen Strc;t, next to Intcr-Islan-I
pnm () also left nti the transport
foi I In" bakers' nhtol In San l'rnn
Ik ii shoie he will remain until ho
bus romp eled thecourse of Instruc
tion thcie and linn been ordered to
leturn for dul) with his company.
Corporals O Nelll nnd I'reeske,
t c.ili of tint eiigli.corx, have been j Wnhlnwa ,
ginnte.l fitiloughs from this post. Supplies,
llnlh of 111 mo man will spend their I All the quirtrrly supplies for the
leave of nbsi'ii a In lloifolulu Cor- quartermaster, engineer and rd-
pnrnl O'Neill In the oil) nnd Ciir-I niinre departments of this post were
piirnl l'rcesl.e In Wnlkikl II Is ox- received hero csterdny, and most of
for trentment Private Patterson,
who has been In the post hospital,
has been returned to his company
for dut, and will leavo for his sur
ey detachment wlthln'thc next fow
daB. I'rlvate Protke has been re
turned to' tint from the hcnpltnl,
nnd hns left for his dotachnient nt
Solo Agents for Honolulu
' lie Ucst that is Produced
The Best in the World for the Price
MADAM li IRHMH COR.SKTS arc the result of ;tn unequalled experience. The sup
eriority of their designs is recognized by rhe most fastidious leaders of fashion. Through
the medium of her exclusive Corset Parlors on 5th Avenue, New York, and Paris
Madame Irene has had exceptional facilities to study the finest trade in the world and
to develope an abili.y which places her ai .the very top of her profession.
We now carry Ten of the Leading New .Models in stock, some of which are here pictured. The
The prices are exactly the same as charged in the parlors of Madame Irene,, viz; $5, $7.50, $10.56, $12.50
and $15. We w5uld call attention to the quality formerly sold at $15 is now sold by us at $1 2.50, the
$12.50 style at $10.50. The other prices are new models.
Madame Irene Madame Irene Madame Irene' The Parisette The Farisotte
Mm . d iff M
fBH.HM 1 IV V 'JtllliAKinKW 'Mfl ,HA M V I 1 , ,
The best popular-priced Corset obtainable, manu
factured by Gage, Downs 8c Co. of Chicago. Has
all the grace of an expensive corset and for the
pricc has no equal.
Justrite Justrite Justrite
No. 125. No. 011. . No. 400.
Made of good dual
ity Basiste, with Ham
Made of White Sa.
teen, trimmed with
Hambuic embroidery. with six carters,
Price $ 1.25 Price $1.25
Extreme tone; ' Soft A very popular sell-
Skirt, medium bust, erj six Barters, me-
Medium low bust, ex
tra lone soft extension
skirt, with six carters.
CORSETS FITTED AND ALTERED
BY OUR MISS MERCHANT
BETWEEN HOTEL AND KINO
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Many of tho bojn from the trans
ports wijre nt the post Tuctsdny nn-l
WcJtiesiiny nhuklng linmU with their
old friends nt this post,
rne loiiowmii mm icu on ino
trnnsnirt Titemlay for I'rcaldlii of
Monterey, Cal whero they will tnkqi
n lonr-inuiuu (.uuiwi ui iutirni:iiuM
nt the hdiool of nuiaUetry: Corpornl
ThomiiB i:. Heeil, Co. 13; Corporal
Mil A rnlkonilpliii Co. (J, nnd Cor
poral Hilward I. Ciirrnn, Co. II, 20th
I'rhiilo Itoj Jonon, Co. 13. 20th In
fnnlr, and 1'rUnte Wllllo V. Wil
liams, Co a, 20th Infantry, depart
ed Tiiunday for I'resldlo of San Prnn
clvco, Cat., where they will tnko a
four-month course in the school for,
cooks nnd bakers.
l'rhnte 1st Claim Ormlo II. Cntnl
lcr, llospltnl Corps. Fort Shnftcr,
departed on the transport Tuesday
for tho depot of recruits and cm
uiiIk, Tort McDowell, Angel Island,
Cat., where he will bo honorably dls-f
rhnrKcd from the service. Mr.
Cnud'er left many friends In Hono
lulu who wero sorry to sco him
leave. The good wishes of many fol
Sick Go to Ccpst.
rrlvnto William It. I'rlce, Troop
K, I4tli Cnvnlry, and I'rlvate Dom
I ii Ik TjLzknwskl, Company II, 20th
Infantry, who have been under treat
ment nt .tho Tort Shafter post hos
pital fur some time, left on tho
trnnsport Tuesday for tho general,
hospital, l'rcsldlo. Ban Pranclsco,
Cat., whore they will be under fur
ther ohtcrvntlon and treatment. ,
YJXJL TO MILD
j The Y M C. A will hold Its annuil
ImietlnK on Thursday evening April
j 28 nt 8 n'c'ock A nominating com
; ttilttcc tompoFCd of Harold Dillingham
'C II Athoiton and H J. Pratt his
Iron appolutod to nomhuto officers for
tho coining L-ir and lilt vacancies In
tho Hoard caused by il, O Hall and ,
Geo F Uiules, who have left the city i
for Ihe oaf t. , j
Tho election of olllconj for the fu
elling csr will also take place. A'
unique Idea In the way of iircseatlns
leportR has been devise 1 whlqh will
make this foatuie of the iiiogrim In
terostlng C J. Hunn and tho Sochi
Conunlttio aro planning tho soc nl
features of ths evening. This annuil
meeting will ho the "round up" for
I Ihi month of April.
A mee'lng has been called for-Tuej-ilny
afternoon at 4 o'clock to cmnpleto
the organization of tho Orammni
School Athletic I.cagno elect offlci'tA
and draft a program of athletics for
this spring and the coming yoir.
Tho HiicccsH of this league Ins b?en
assured as 'all the ginmnur schools
! Incluillng Punnhou Fronaralory sclunl.
ivamcuauicun pciiooi nu tit, i.oius i
College havn Joined tho l-eiguo. A
meeting was held at Central Grammar
School last Wednesday nt which tho
matter was presen'cd to the Btudenls,
A similar meeting will he held nt Kan
hiimanu school next Wednesday for
tho Bamp purpose nnd at other schools
Intel on; dates for which havo not na
yet been arranged,
ODD THINGS ON TRAINS.
On n mountain railway near Salz
burg a lallway carriage is actually
fl led Jth n balloon. At tho mountain
top a tank bolow the car lu tilled with
water luifflclcnt to counteract tho up
ward pull of tho gas bag. which tho
vehicle tints drugs down with It upon
tho returu Journey. ,
Trnlni aro frequently being put to
odd uses Tho window of n railway
sa'non In Denpinrk form a roval an
tnginph album. Itojal visitors scratch
their hnmes on one of tho panes,
which now show among others tho
childhood names of sovereigns.
Tim vestibule to tho trnln helnnclnc
to dip (liVmnn Kmpornr tiohls sovornl
flnn n'atiifs; tho car constructed for1
President Diaz of Mexico contains uj
comilcto vornndn; and that belonging
to the viceroy of India Is roofed with,
water tanks which contribute toward
coolness and furnUh water for do
ini'stlc purposes on tho train.
Itu'sln's Imiiorlant trains carry a
car ahnvo which rises a. HttlS belfry
containing a chime of bolls astray ,
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Jn order to close out, prior to
Stock-Taking, we will place on
On Monday Morning
A Large Assortment of t
at 10c yd
Some of .these sold formerly as
high as 30c yd
1139 Fort Street - Honolulu
At L. B. Kerr '& Cos Store on
All shades '. $17.50
AIL SUITS Formerly $22 to
$18, now $15.00
MEN'S FANCY SOCKS For
merly 35c. to 50c, now. .
FEIT HATS Formerly $1.50
to $2,50, now' $1.00
' MEN'S "WAIK-OVER" low
cuts, large sizes; regular
$1, now $1.75
MEN'S "WALK-0VER" low
cuts, patent 'kid; regular
$4, now ...,..$2.75
WOMEN'S "S0R0SIS" Can.
vas Tics; regular $3,50,
WOMEN'S "S0R0SIS" Ox
ford Ties; regular $4, now
F0UIARD TISSUE IWtt
and. dark colors; all pat-
' terns 20o.
WEIIESIEY LAWNS 50
different patterns ...,15c.
S0IE TONKIN In plain,
dotted, checks and stripes
ABERF0YLE SILK Cream,
sky pink and grey.... 60c.
LADIES' FINE BLACK HOSE
Regular 40c, now . .25s.
LADIES' AIL-LINEN HAND-
KERCHIEFS Regular $1.50
, half dozen, now 75c.
NECK RUCHINGS White,
pink, blue and cream
30c, to ,40c.
BLACK AND WHITE BEAD
ED SCARFS At a reduc
tion of 2D5.