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EVEHTVO BTJtT-ErV, nOdlVhV, T. H., SATtftOAT, JCtfE 1, 1910.
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NEW WASH RUCHINOS By the yard, in White nnd
Cream; r.lso CHIFFON RUCHINOS, in White, Black and
' SILK EMBLEMS Stars, Bars, Eagles mid Anchors; in
Bell, White and Blue,
NEW WINDOW DRAPERY Art Etomine. Very nt
tractive,, designs and colorings. 25c. yard.
RIBBONS The Moire Antinquej all silk, beautiful
quality j 8i2 inches wide. 46c. yard. Verx. swell for hair
,We oan tho celebrated DE BEVOISE BRASSIERE
BUST SUPPORTERS -In two qualities flOe. and $1,
, New LINGERIE DRESSES, new LINGERIE WAISTS,
new LINEN DUST COATS, new WASH SKIRTS In
White and Colors. ,
LADIES RAIN COATS In Cravenctte and Silk, all
fresh, cris- goods.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets Opposite Fire Station
This .is tne expression we have from all who have viewed our
new arrivals in the NEW, SMART SPRING STYLES., Newness
and beauty Jn footweaxywere never more evident.
In the new 'short'-vamp patterns. Pat
ent leather vam,ps and cloth tons;
others of dull kid with kid tops; still
others made of all Cravenette cloth.
Style u!t like cut. Price........
$4.50 and $5.00
I 91 I
Without straps; "no bulging,'1 "no
slipping." Mode in Black or White
Suede, slightlv extended soles, Cuban
heels. They fit the arch and clintr
at the heel. Style just as cut. The
Made of Bright Patent Colt Skin,
Black Suede and Sea Island Duck;
plain dress toes, Cuban heels. Just
enough trimming to show class;
walking weights. Priced exception
ally low. The pair. , i . .
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd., 1051 Fort St.
Best by test
Ask your Grocer for it
BJLL BUSTER'S LETTER TO HIS FATHER
nnAIt PA: Last week I wont to work In (ho department dial ha?'
chargo of tho consumers. I was sent out to eco If all appliance woro
working satisfactorily, and In nlmont every case 1 found Hint they wore.
Soma of tho consume sold tli.it every time thoy lit a burner It tnailn
mi nwfnl noise. I showed thorn hnw tlipy could stop It hy turning on
tlio gas n few Hornudt boforn thoy applied Ihn match. In' hnolhor plneo
whoro a new rnngn had Just been Installed, I nskod Ihn cook how he liked
It. Hq nnld: "I'Jnd: I light him last night mid ho no go out yet." Upon
Investigation, I found nut that lip had lit thu ocn nnd hocr turned It
out. It Ib things like thin which cause high hills. Oroaslnn.illy; wn hao
hnil complaints of lilrli UiIIIh, hut hno always been nldn to show Ihn people,
whom thp gas wan usorl, nnd art soon lis thoy learn whero (lie trouble. In,
It lit VPry pritlly remedied. .
One plneo where I hey had n water heater tho bills iwero very high.
Wo put on n teat meter nnd found that tho gas wn used, frbm two to
flvo 1. M. every ilny. Thoy told mc thero was no ono homo nt that time of
day except the. cook, so wo kept watch nnd found that tho cook was soil
ing hatha to his fricml nt ten cents enrh. '
In every case I show them that ns 11 rulo thoy enh Kotll thq heat
they need hy hnvliig tho burners turned ery low, for hy turning 'them
higher thoy nlmply wnsto tho gas. On ono stoo thero In n small hurner
called tho "simmer" which hums vrry llltlo Kin nnd will Wp any vessel
boiling; thin hurnor fchnnld ho lifted whenever posnible. ,
dan ranges nro voiy easily kept rlean with Just-n little rare." It li n
Bood plan In nlnns have the oven doom open nil Inch nflcr imlnrf. In order
to allow tiicm to dry nut. 1f tho mitlde In occasionally wiped off with a
slightly oiled cloth, tho hIovo will nlnayx look due. I like thin work holler
than any I have dono yet.
Willi love. IIII.U
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: SOCIAL NOTES
Special,, NecHwear Sale for This
' jHIQH GRADE SILK POUR-IN-HAND T
Regular 75c. and $1 Goods Sold for. 50c. ?
AIL .KINDS OF NECKTIES AT CUT PRICES
Sec Our Window Disnlay- ' '
, New Lines of MEN'S and BOYS' BATHING SUITS in
Wool and Cotton.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
' Cor, King and Bethel
$1 a Year
Dr. and Mrs. Cooper's Dinner. '
Sir. William 0. Irwin was tho com
plimented Riicnt nt a dinner which
was rIvcii hy Dr. and Mm. Charles
Drynnt Cooper at their homo In
Nuuanii Vnlley. Thin dinner wuh not
n larRO nffalr, and through tho In
formality proved n clinnnliiR affair.
AmonR tho frjends Invited to meet
Mr. Irwin wore Mr. and Mrs. Hlchard
Ucrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Tcnney,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kchalin, nnd
Mrs. Bishop's Luncheon.
Hod ronen grnced tho tahlo of Mrs.
i: rnxoti nishop's ltmclieoii tnhlu on
Thursday last, After luncheon tho
hostess nnd her ruckIr played hridge.
AmoiiR thoso present wero Mrs. K.
Faxon lllnliop, Mrs. Hyde-Smith, Mrs.
Herman Kocko. Mrs. Hlchard Ivors,
MIbs Margaret Walker and Miss Mnr
Miss Rhode's Luncheon.
Miss Ada Ithodes entertained In
formally at luncheon Thursday at her
homo on Nuuanii Ao, Pink carmx
tlona wero usud In great profusion.
Among her luncheon guestR wero Miss
Lydla McStockor, Mlsa Ironn Dixon
MUfl' Julia McStncker nnd tho Misses
Major Hart's Dinner.
Major Hart entertained Saturday
evening ut tho Sonsldo Hotel, Among
his guests wero Captain nnd Mrs. Ho
hards, Mrs. Yates and Lieutenant
On tho arrival of tho Logun, Mon
day. Colonel Schuyler of tho Cth Cav
alry wns met by a largo contingent of
Mends heluiigliig to tho Army and In
civil llfo Tho Colonel Is a favorite
wherever ho resides, Honolulu being
no exception to tho rule, for tho Col
one) Is a great favorite In these Isl
ands, nnd Ida absencu was keenly
felt among his numerous frlcndn. Col
oncl Schuyler had hln cholco of rC'
malnlng on tho mainland or returning
to tho Islands, hut on account of his
aloha for tho country ho choso tho
Mrs. Kcnyon. wlfo of Lieutenant
Kenj on of tho U, S. S. Cruiser Cleve
land, Is tho guest of Miss Constance
ItcBtarlclc. Miss rtostarlck will enter
tain Thursday nt a tea from to C,
which will ho given In honor of her
tioiiSQ guest nnd In honor of Mrs. M.
M. Oarrott, wlfo of Lieutenant Oar
rctt of tho 10th Infantry, U. S. A.
Mrs. Harold Cnstlo ban Issued in
flations for a largo tea to ho shen
Monday nftcrnoon from 4 to 0. About
ono hundred guests have been Invited.
Tho woathcr permitting, this wjll ho
an out-ofdoor nrfnlr. Oardcn parties
especially In tho tropics, nro always
enjoyable Tho smart set are look
ing forwnrd to this entcrtnlnment.
Mrs. F. R. Day's and Miss Irwin's Tea.
Mrs V, II. Day nnd "MJss, Jessica Ir
win nro entertaining n colurlu of their
friends, thlH afternoon from 4 to 0.
TJils ton Is being given ut tho Von
Holt bungalow ut Wulklkl, whero
Mrs. Day and Miss Irwin nro living.
This affair Is suro to be of un artiBiic
naturo, for Mrs. Day Is noted for her
At tho homo of Mrs. U A. do la
Nux a pleasant card party win, slvon
Wednesday ovenlng lu honor of Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. It. Stuart, who returned
t!Q first of the week from tho Jenlii
sula, whoro they spjnt tilth" honey
moon. Mrs. fltuart was Miss M. K.
Letlle, and wng married on Juno 'J
Mrs. Halph Johnson will bo ono nf
next weck'n hontosseB nt n tea which
will ho given at her homo Tuesday in
honor of Mis, M. M. Oarrott. Moat
of tho guests will bo Intlmnto friends
of Mrs. Onrrett.
Prof, and Mrs. William A. nrynn,
thn Slorrn, aro now visiting tho for
mer's parents, lu Whlttlor, California,
beforo going cast, whero they will
spend the summer with Mrs. Ilryan's.
mother )n Iluffnlo, nnd visit Washing
ton, I), C., Philadelphia, New York
nnd other enstern cities.
Mr. Noel Doorr entertained n party
of clght.at dinner nt tho McDonnld on
Thursday. Tho ovenlng was spent
playing bridge, tho dinner guests be
Ing Joined by twelve others, making
In all live tables. Thn decorations
wero carried nut In pink carnations,
' After nn cnjojnblo week's outing nt
tho Swntijy placo nt Ku.ilun, Rltuatcd
on tho wtndwnrd stdo of tho Island,
Mrs. Corwln V. flees nnd Mm. Samuel
Dunning returned to town Friday.
During tho past week tii'end two wom
en havo been missed In tho social cir
cles of Honolulu.
Tho following Invitation has been re
Tho Collcgo Club
To Meet tho GraduatriR Classen
Prom ft to J.1, Jijn,f 6th.
Tennjaon'ij Princess, fe:l$j
K W K
MIjs Vera Duinou, .Mind Terrier of
OulilUiu), Mlsa Jiillctto .Atliorton and
her two houses guests Miss Ilarnard
nnd Miss Flora Ronton, will leave
Tuesday on tho Ktmm ,for Kanal,
where they will visit , Miss Dmljy
meo. , v;,
Mr. and Mrs. IMward Tcnney Miss
Wilhclmlna Tcnney nnd Mnstor Vern
on Tcnney will leave on, tho Wllhel
inlnn for Snn Francisco. Mrs. Ten
ney's sister, Sirs. Helen Noonnn, will
Join them mid they will sixitid tbo
summer months nt I.akq Taboo.
'Mrs. Oeorga Cleveland Ilowcn, neo
Allco Spnldlug, will bo tho guest nf
honor nt n tea which will bo given by
Miss Harriet Young on Wednesday of
next week. About fifty young people
havo been Invited.
Miss Helen Kimball camn to town
on Friday laBt and spent tho week
end with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. V. For
stcr nt Iholr pretty bungalow in Ma
Major and Mrs. Samuel Dunning
will leavo on the July transport for
California, whero tho Major .will nV
tend army monomers.
Mrs. Zander, wlfo of tho Captain
Zander of tho Helglan ship I.'Avener
which arrived yesterday In port ban
been tho house guont for ii few days
of tho Hodlcks nn Tantalus.
Mrs. Henjes und hor daughter whn
havo for tho paat fow mouths been
Visiting In tho Islands return to Ger
many on tho 23th of this month after
a most delightful time.
Major nnd ilrs. WInslow nf Fort do
llnssy entertained Informally at tea
on Wednesday afternoon In honor of
Dr. Smith and his mother mid father.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Ocorgo Clovo-
land Ilnwen will not ho ''uthomo;' to
their ft lends until after tho (list of
Mlbs Mubol Lowls," formerly of. Pas
adena, now of Hollywood, will urrivo
shortly In Honolulu for a vucatlon
.Mrs. Wnlter Hoffmann is going to
the J. Harris Mnckeiule's cottage In
Mauoa next week for a fortnight,
Tho J. F. Lowrcys havo gono up
Nuuanii Valley to their country home
fur, tho summer.
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Correct Clothes for Men
Thencst New York Fashions bolh "conservative" and
''extrente" are beautifully' portrayed in BENJAMIN
(Other Social, Pages 12, 13, 10.)
IRK editorial rooms 25( buil
nm Blflee. These are the tetenhone
Uho went up on the last yugo oi numbers of the B ul lotln office.
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THE ROYAL DEAD
TO BE REMOVED
Ceremonies Held at Night Only
Jtoyalty Present Preparations
Complete With the Arrival of
Commencing nt 8 o'clock In the
evening, tho ceremonies of remov
ing the bodies of members of the
rojnl family from their present rest
ing places to tho now ninuMleuni,
which han been built nt a cost of
$20,000 upproprlutcd by tho Terri
torial Legislature, will begin.
Princess Kawanannkcu will nr-
rlvo from San Francisco on Friday
next, and, with hor arrival arrange
nicnts will be complolo for the re
liioval of enskots oontnlnlng re
mains of the Kalakaun dynasty to
their fll.nl resting places.
Tho toremony of removal of tho
bodies will bo enllroly private and
will bo attended with tome of the
oldtlmo cercmniiles) 'attendant upon
funerals of royalty.
Qucoir Llltuokulanl will have
charge of tho oromonlcs, nnd
Prtncn Kuhlo will bo piesent If ho
arrives from Washington noxt week
Others whn will tnkn part lu thn
ceremony will ha l'rlnccss Kawauu
nnkoa, o-Qovornor Cleghoru and
John Colbiirn, reprckentlng Prince
Kuhlo. Mnrston Campbell, nj cub.
todlnn tor the Territory, will bo
The new resting placo for royal
dead Is u magnificent uffnlr, gates
of solid bronze bar.rlug out tho vis
itor from the Inunr chumbcr where
the bodlog will lie behind slabs ot
All bodies of roynlty will bo
placed In tliltj resting placo, and res
ervations havo bcon made for Queen
Lllluokalant, Prime Kuhlo and -ci-Uovernor
Arrnlgnmenta In tho eight cases for
which true bills were returned by
Federal (Irund Jury jestorduy wore
beard before Judge Robertson in tho
Federal Court this morning.
All of thu cases wero ccmlnt'cd un
til noxt week for plea, homo 00111,-; net
for Wednesday und uthers for Filday
Tho three Husslun ch.irzu.1 with
trespnsslng on qunruntlno lueorrnliun'
had their cases continued until Frl-'
day In order to got u l.iwvor. There
woie eight or ton ItUiHlan.) In tho
court loom eager rfpo-tutora nf tho
arraignment of their loumrymeii und
after Its clobo In tbo lorrldo-.' tl.ov
wro told by Interpreter Cruno that
their countrymen wished lawyers to
rt present them In coin Hint Filday
Ocorgo D.nls wns lome.-.entei I))
Attorney Straus, nnd Attorney Ma
goon appeared for tho Chlr.o-iu man
and woman whosn cnH'ts weie ioii-
tlntied until Tuesdny at t'M reu'iest
One of the most reroute-,
ble cameras ever built.' ,
Speed up to 1-1000 of It'
second. ; '
PRICE, with Zeiss anastig- ,
Pictures 2,8x4Vi inches.
mat Lens $80
Wo also have Qraflox Cms-
Photo Supply Co.,
PORT, NEAR HOTEli
Motion for eloMug up of tho cstata
of Anulo I,. Hou by thu administrator
Chnrjes Hoe has been filed lu tho cir
cuit court by Floienco A. Dovcrcaux,
Hoo today filed nn answer stating
that tho name of Florence Devcreaux
did not appear lu the last will of I
Annlo Hoo, bin wife, and that ho would j
pienuiii nun uiidwit hi iuu cyuri uu
REQAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel
'For Sale" cards at Hullctln.
185 editorial rooms 256 "'
nets office. These are the telenhotM
numbers of the D u 1 1 1 1 n office. -,J
' , J.tJ
Are what you want in your fuel, and 1
what you get in the COAX and WOODfl
we sell. 1
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co,.
. v . ' - IIM1TED '
Office Qoten Street, next to Inter-Waad Co.'s Office i H
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