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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 30, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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L SOCIAL NOTES j
Tlio pliotcj appearing In tti" Sr oty vl-'wucil t :lay Is at MrH. S, Norton
Hobo who is no I r lily ma oi lm lia i cIejiih'hi wjincn of Hunnliilii, li.it ouo
jjf Vn mo.it tnlcntcM imu'clnus, Mr II ilm ikif tki ii rli-li vulco. of wcmilcr-
".fill raiifct idiil pmier. Mm, Iluliii w h (ino of llio Rtnrs at llio Society Viiii-
ifVvllUi TucttViv (tuning.
r.ifnlcale at Home of L. Tenney Pee, flnlslio.l niiiiilcl.in nn.l lias iiurticlp.it-
Mr mill Mi-. I.. Toniley feck liti-r. ,l n'- nmnlcj) ovonts tliat licr
taliicil iirilcliifii ly nl n iniMlcalo Jiiilctiieiit conrcrnliii; such n flairs can
Thursilm ovenlm; m iliclr Iifiiullfnl uhvnyn be rolled illicit. Minn Mnelc-
liiiino on Wilder hmmiuc Alit ill forty ninli miiiln emu nf tlic lilts of the oven-
BjU'StB wete Invlli'il. All tlio numliprn Ing, tlio win fiom "Mnilntn lliittortiy"
w5ip oxci'iitlimiilly Kooil mill tilt' lu'ii- Ji3 uncord mill rncorcil. Miss I.Iti-
(trnin wng well nrra-tgvit ami croillt- tlcinaii In hrr iniml Rraclniin manner
ntijy rarrlod ci.it Tin !nit . in " th -nulfil to tlio encore, lliereliy Hiv
ing great pleasure to the acaemblcd
KiK'Htv. Mrs, .Inch ll.ilrli'rt plnjluit wita
mtutcrly one does not often hear out
side tho rank of professionals mich
splendlil attack and tone production.
Slio oUilrntly Is ix great student, for
there Is no evidence of fnllcrlim find
one realizes that Mm. Hatch known
and feels what she does, The Old?
trio for violin, cello and piano, was n
rare treat for th ccoinocatlon of music
lovers. Tliene three sterling nmateur.t,
Mr. I.. Tcnnoy lcck, .Mr. Will I.ovj
ami I)r, Hamiis, do n great deal for
this city In hoMIng 'ip good rmtilc l
their friends nnd helng willing Jo na
Hint at dllTerent musical fitnctlonn. We
know tluit their iinseltlrhnes!i Is up
preelated. Miss McDongal, the elocn
tlonlst, was a very clover diversion
and her niidlence enjoyed her thor
oughly. She has a beautiful soft mel
low olce and of ery pleasant Intnm
tlon, The following program wa ren
dered: 1 Allegro from trio for violin, 'cello
and piano -. Dade
Mr I.ove Dr. Hanim Mrs I'eek.
2 Vocal Solo Alia fiom "Mnfe.
2 Heading "The Village Singer" .
. Mary Wllktns
1 Miss McDongall.
4 Pinna Solo "Tho nir.l's Serninii"
, , I.luzt
Mrs. J. ,A. Ilalch.
S, Songs (a) Ilnat Song
. Harriet Warn
1 (h) Anf Wledersehn.,Max Uendlx
J (r) Tho Yt-ars at the Spring..
Mrs. H. II. A. Heath
1. Piano Solo KnniPnol Oittom .,
, , Kiilienstclii
" Mrs. llilch.
2. Heading Selected
3. VncaUSo!o--Arl!i "My Heart at
Thy Hweet Voice," from "Satn
j miii nnd Delilah," .. .SaliitHaem
' Miss l.liiilumann.
4. Allegro from trio for violin, cello
and piano Ilohm
Mr I.ove. Dr. Hamiis nnd Mrs. Pcc'.t
The Conine of Grand Master Pierce
With the urilval of tlio S. S. Man
churia due hero early next Monday
morning, there will come W. Trank-
HnPlorce, Ban'ror and prominent' In tho city, has been ect aside Jor
I until of 0.m lYitjicbkU, uml Orund his meeting Willi the bicthteli ITT n
Master Slason Tor the State nf Cnll- Joint meeting of all of tlio local Ma-
I fornla. In his capacity as the Hill- sonic Lodges.
ling Executive of the Ornnd Loclge, Wednesday evening a banquet will
of Maions of the State of California, ho tendered to him by the Mastoro,
lira ml Master Pierce Is Visiting Wardens and Pnst Masters of nil of
Honolulu nt this time to meet f,hd the loonl Lodges. 3'hls will also be
1 local brethren and to officially In- a grand function, In keeping wltn
spect the loca I.oditcs. Unfortunate- the rest of the progi am Outlined for
ly his stii) In Honolulu Is to be ox- tho cntcidilu.nent of the Grand Mus
Iremeiy llmltej, ho leaving again Uy'ter. Dr. M, E. O-ossnlnn has been
the S. S. Mongolia possibly Friday 'selecltd ns tnu tonst-masler and tes
lilght or Salu clay morning. pontes will bo inaclo on behalf of the
, Klaboiate pieparntlons are now local brethren by ropicsentatlvcJ
being made by the members1 of tho from each of the local lodges,
lonil indtes in euterUiln the Urnnd On Thursday evening the (Irniul
Mnstct1, who la accompanied by hU Mas cr Will v.slt the locnl Coiumaii
slstcr. There will u no, of course, be, dew, ho being a prominent nnd high
certain evening set rulde for meet- offt lnl In tho (Irulid Commnndory of
Ing the liicthrcn within the lodge ktho United States,
circle Itself. It Is planned to lnune- Ilrother T. 11, Petrlc, Pnst JV.B
dhitely Initiate this prominent Ma- ter of Honolulu Lodge, Is fjiu.'innn
win, with hi sister, Into the Joys of of thit General Committee on enter-kmf-llillnx
at Walktkl Ilcach, and tulnmcut for the Uialid Muster and
they will a'm bo -shown tho points l5' bclrg tuslsted by pioinliieut lo
ot Interest arotiud our beautiful cnl Mnxns.
city, ns well as perhaps shown one QoverilOl's "At Home."
of tho plauliitluns, constituting tho (Jn Monday next, May 2," Ouvernor
main liidustry of this territory. land Mis. Kicar will hold their last
To fuim.iliy meet the brethren public "At Home" until October, As
nnd their fiuiilllci mi elaborate recop- this "f.at Mo.iday" fa Ir on tho wed
tlon, 'to be followed by a dance. Is ding day of Mr. Walter Dillingham
being planned for Tuesday evening and Miss Louise UaylorcL who will
l:oxt nl' the Young Hotel, which bo mairled In F.oreuce, Italy, Mrs.
takes pluie nt 8:30 o'clock on that, Frear's parents, Mr. uud Mrs. II. K
evening. The dram! Master, assist-) Dillingham, nnd other members of
ed by the Worshipful Masters of tho the family will be present and re
local ludgea, vni receive the brc'.- ceWo coiigiatutatloi-s.
ten and their families, following Receiving with- Mrs. Frcnr wll
which both pavilions will ho opened be Mrs- If.. F. Dillingham nnd Mrs.
up for dancing. Appiaprlate decor- llyde-Hmltli r.f San Finnclsro! at T)
utlnns are planned and suitable sou- ten table Mrs. Ilatold Dlltlngliam nnd
cnlr dance programs lire being pie. Mrs. F. It D.iy; and otheiwlse ns
pared In oiler to mnke It u most silting, Mr. I). F. Dillingham, Mr,
enjoynble evening for tho visiting nnd Mis. Krd.nun, Mr. Untold 1)11
Mnsnn, as well ns tuo brethren, who llngham, Mrs. C. II. Conper, Mrs. J.
will hnvu the oppuitunlty ami 7"-'o ? Walker, Mih. Oeorgc Potter, Mrs.
mile of meeting him. W. L. Whitney, Mr, nn.l Mrs. Hubert
Arrangements have been made by Atl.lUMin, Mr. Aloi-o, Car (ley, Mlw
the cumnilllec In charge of this par- May IMunn, Mr, Hugo Fre.ir, Mr.
tlciilar funetlon. of which committee mid V1K C Iff on! Kluih.ill, Mlsi Kll
Dr. M. i:. (Ircmnian, P. M, Is the znlieth lobd, MIsi'Mntgiiurlle IAim
Chiiliinan, for a lato car service to ter and Miss Vligllila frcnr,
acctonitnodaiH those desiring to ttay MrH. Warren Smith, who Is vlsltl.i;
later thai, iiuial for the ilanMng. ber parents "Mr and Mrs. (Icorgo
Cars have been arranged to leaye Wlthernl of South U3 Hbbles acniio
for all parts of the city lis late as
Monday evening, the first night of
the (Irai-if Master's scijourn hero
entertained a few friends Informally
this nftcrnoon In honor of Mrs. John
Ticnholm Warren of Honolulu. Pasa
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
On MONDAY NEXT,
May 2nd, -
We will place on
our Entire Stock of
Lingerie's, reduced to $3.50
Coat Suits, $3.00
3-Piece Suits, $7.50
Some of the above bargains are
' now on display in our windows
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS - GOODS MUST BE SOLD
All iz:; formerly 23c, now 3 for OUC
Broken lines; formerly 25c. each, re- OOr1
Extra Quality Balbriggan Undershirts
Lonp; and short sleeves; formerh AC)
50c. now 1 w
Elastic Seam Underdrawers .
Excellent dualities; formerly 50c. a QRg
. pair, reduced to .,. KJtjy
Sweater 'Coats, fioSSeTi !!!!. ?. $1
Fancy Pattern Socks
All' patterns and colors; formerly Q5c
50c, now , t JV
All pstlc-ns a?rt sliadcs; formerly C1 C(
$1.25 to $2 each, now v PJ-VV
Boys' All-Wool Suits, :
All patterns and colors; formerly $3 (CO 50
to $5, now f j.yJ
Men's Strav Hats,
' All ltte shapes; .formerly $1.50 to M nf)
$2.50, now yi.VJV
A11 sizes and styles; formerly $1.50 j1 OC.
to ?2, now px.tU
Fancy Colored Vests
All late shades nnd cuts; formerly tROHO
$2.50 nnd $3.50, now Vuu
Nobby Styles In Men's Suits
Formerly $0 to $12, reduced tc .... tpO.uU
Ladies' 'Tailored Waists,
neduccdt0 $2 and $2.50
Ladies' White Lawn Waists
All sizes; prices from ;...'. 50c to $4.50 .
Ladies' Net Waists 5, S-SSSii
$2.65 to $5.50
Ladies' Ribbed Vests
Sleveless and half-sleveless; reduced Q 1 On 4-0 0"7' "1 On "
Ladies' Night Gowns -
low neck, three-quarter-sleeves, high
neck and lonjr sleeves; prices all cut cn 4.-. (to HfV
down, ranfinu from , . OUC LO tpZ.UU
Ladies' Petticoats, SSffefe"?. .:. .".'
. 65c "to $400
New Patterns in Wash Batiste,
Reduced t0 12 l-2c
Washable Rave In Dots and Floral De,iBn,i duced
""' 17 l-2c '
Bermuda Cloth, 'ZZrlrK:. .
' x ' 25c .
Washable Pongee, VS'SiS'l.
Persian Lawn, JifSScJ? .M!.red:..fin.e..!?d 2Dc
Tan button Eals; reduced t... ... tj."0
$4.00 "Walk-Qver" ' s '
Tan la:e Bals; reduced to ........ pZ.0
$3-50 Men's Canvass Oxfords,
Leather heels ....'.-..' $2t50
$3.50 Men's Canvass Balmorals' ' -..
'Only a few sizes , JpZ.DU
Beaded 3-strap Slippers; on sale at... pZ.O J
Patent Leather Eupp:rs; French heel J- -
$4.00 "Sorosis" Jg B.a!;.ra!1!t.a.?..h"!':.d?u. $2.90
Also a few Odds and Ends of UXIOrdS, - $1.0Q
$1.50 Youths Black Calf, . v.
Lace School Shoes, - - $1.00
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels
To be closed out at pl.UU
A full and complete line of Bed Quilts
To be closed out at the followinfj ,tT 4. QA
prices 1 1 1 t i i i ,' c
Our Millinery Department is full of bar
gains: Call and inspect them.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
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