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r.vRVivn nruxTW. Ttoxou't.f. t it btMhUY S'6V ii. idio
(mpjuumpm in,. -
Beg to announce they received
ex Sierra 3 Cases of
Which they will offer for sale at Money-Saving Prices
on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The line comprises : Princess Slips in 7 styles, White
Petticoats, Chemises, Gowns, Corset Covers, etc.
Nothing but good goods, including
Our Big Window Show speaks volumes for the great
values we will offer for the first 3 days of next week.
We want every inch of room we can get, because on
Friday Next, Nov. 5
we make our First Big;
his will be a showing that will do Great credit to the
City of Honolulu. Ladies, we ask you to help your
selves by saving money at this 3 Days' Sale of Under
wear, and incidentally help us to make room for our
GRAND CHRISTMAS DISPLAY
Remember although the prices
on Underwear for the next 3 days
is considerably less than its real
value, every 50c spent entitles
you to One Vote in the Piano
ADDS a grateful
zest to the meal.
It aids digestion and
takes the edge off the
nerves of the over
worked. Primo is essenti
ally a Home beer,
and is far more
healthful than strong
tea or coffee.
mQ9 & riMJ J
flu .Beer That's J3ievel
To uit The Qimoiti
yHLjjBHIm K yU4 fl t Evl iHAfJtrjcJfiT HujHuGI at tB
Mr. Hall's Recital.
Mr I'hllip (.'iikIiiii.ui Hull whoso
pl0!lHlllg lulior M)!( ll.l! llflCllMlCOll
licai (1 In Honolulu, ii -wi appeared to
boiler advantage it Ij1 nlKlil,
when In1 gave a recital ni CluirtcH It
lllslmp Hall tu a ri'i'i ('ten ill ho mi
dlcure of music Inters He sung toiy
well Inst night, mill Willi n cnntliiu
mire of the stench detclupmem no
llccil should become iiiic (if Honolulu's
Mr Hall nsslste.l by Mrs V.. C
lliirlim. accompanist Mr A. I'. Hull
tenor, ntnl (loorgo A. Iliovtn, hntltoue.
Mr Stanley l.lvliigMnn was to hate
ippeuiPil alRo, Inn was III, mid 1 he
iltiaitct nimilier was nmllleil. Instead,
Mr. Hall sang I.ohr's "l.lttlo Irish
He was repeatedly encored, anil
among m oucoic niiniliorii were
N'oldllngor's "Memories." nml "Drink
to Mo Only With Thine Kit's." HI
hint number was lieartlly npplnudcd
and lie letuincd fur "Two Maidens,"
lii work of I:. A. 1'. Ncttcoinb, of
The program was as follows:
l-CJIorla A Iluzzl I'cccln
.'(a) Denlli In Life; ill) The I'll
grim Cranes (Ir-rniil llarton
1 The ttnsniy (by mpicst).!!. Net In
I (n) The Haglo. .(Irant Schaefer
th) A Song Mrs. C. S. Hardy
1 (a) Tor All In All; (! Tho
Whllo l'enco Philip C. Hall
7-fa) Kitty of Coleralne; (h) Tho
Dreim n. A. I Now comb
? Mother o' Mine thy rencst)..
1'iank V.. Tours
1 Inillnn l.oo l.trlos, by Amy
(a) Tho Temple Hells; (b) Less
Than tho l)nt (c) Kashmiri
Song; (i. Till I Wnke.
Or. and Mrs. Graham's Dinner.
l)r flcorge I), nr.ihani, V. S. Army.
Hid Mrs. rirnham entertained with a
llnner nt tho Moana Hotel Sunday
"toning In compliment to Major Ken
nedv. r a Army, and Mrs. Kennedy.
Dr Joliiwiniic, U. S Army, nml Mrs
lohnslniio, Mrs. Ilnhlnln mid Captain
Shepard, If. S. Anm Captain Shep
ml Is en route, to Manila for station
in I he V. S A T. Sheridan which left
'ho harbor Mondaj The tablo doc
orations were In green and red, and
the fawirs woro d.ilnty crimson can
ur. and Mrs. (irnh.iin will sail on
iho I.ognn In December for Manila
for station In the Philippines nftcr a
tour of threo months In Honolulu,
Thursday ctculng n tery pretty
-oromony took placo nt Iho homo ol
Mr and .Mrs V How en on Kcwalo
s'root when Miss I.ulu Ijiw became
Iho lirldo of Mr Wllfied Alan (Ireon
well of Hawaii Tho wedding sortlce
t,-is performed by tho Uov. Scudder
)f tho Ceiilinl Union chuicli. .Mrs.
Matthew (Irjlinm, nctod ns matron of
honor nml looked stunning In pule
one ciiiiion .miss Amy urccnwcll a
lster of tho groom was tho brides
maid and looked charming In pink
uicssniine. The lirldo woro a slmnlo
but pretty gown of whlto snlln, with
he conteutlnnal wedding c of tullo
I no luido was git en uwny by her
rather, Mr Hubert Law. Tho l)owon
esfdenco was liindsomely ilecnraled
tor tho occasion, tho color scheiuo bo
'ng pink and gicen. Only tho icla
tltes mid eloso friends wcio bidden
o tho nrfalr
Miss Tllllo Newman nrrlvod In Ihe
Korea, Momhy, and will spend Ihi
winter wllh her slstor, .Mis. (leorge
Hopp at Gchofield Darracks.
The regular forlnlghlly lion will be
then this evening at Sehodeld ll.ir-
nicks, In tho ollUcrs of tho Clh Cav
ail; this bop was postponed from
last Saturday on account of tho ar
rlinl of the transport Shorldan for
most of the odlccrR and their wlns
Minn Into Honolulu In meet filends on
Much to tho regret of her many
'rlends, Mrs J. a. Kennedy Is con
Inoil to the honso by n slight Indls
IKislllnn. Mrs. Oeoigo Itentnn, Jr, was Iho
hostess at a luncheon glen In honor
)f Miss .lessle Kennedy who has Just
leliuned from a Hiiro monllis' trip
through the KnM and C.inadi.
Mr. and Mrs. Iloiijhinln DlllliiRhani,
ifler a delightful trip on tlm coast
will arrive la Honolulu on Iho 2(lth
of December, In tlmo to slem! Xmaii
with their family.
Mis. Putnam, vlfy or Captain Put
'lain of tho Engineer Corp, has been
.visiting I. lout, and Mrs. L'iinnliichiim
it their nu.iilor.s at Schofleld liar-racks.
Mr. Chapman's Bowling Party.
On Sntllldllv las Will Cliannian mi.
lei tallied soveial or his friends nt a
bowling piitv nt Pott Shafter Tho
liiients all aRstmbled nt Iho hnsl'R
homo and nfler n trip or gay challe-
vot iilfi nufos and mnloied to Iho
n ii I or tho grounds wero the howling
nllev Is located, after n lollv llrno llin
isuests enjoyed itellclous lofrnsiimenlH
Among llioco piesent weio: Mlssei
Iltith and Martha McChcsncy, Iluth
will Ik n plHiniie lo be nnioujc thei
tin lied ,
Holier ltuth Amleismi Mirtle Sclm
man and Helen Spauldiug. Messrs I ""K
Cull Damon Ivan Graham, ltvinold
JlcOiew Henri Chapman niiiir Will
C'hnpiunii ill t
Admiral and Mrs. Ree' LuncljeDTflf j
icear-.Mimirnl tioodrlch mill his
ilamtlitor. Mis Campbell and General
Hiss were the complimented guos'i
it a luncheon glon Siindnytby Adlnb
a I mid Mis. ltecs, nt the beautiful
loine In Wnlklkl. The table wa
niarsed with rafe hot house flowers
md bahi maiden hair Hear Ailml--al
Goodrich and his daughter were
passengers on the Sheildan, on roulo
for n pleasure trl through Japan.
China nnd Iho Philippines.
Mrs Iluchlc has been tho honst
?uest or Captain and Mrs. Slurges, ait
I.elleliua. Atter a pleasant lslt, Hit
oiing matioii returned to town Prl
Judge and Mrs, Stanley's Dinner.
Ill Ides' roses ornamented tho tabic
Wednesday eicnlng, when Judge nnd
Mrs. Stanley entertained nt dlnnet
complimentary to Miss i.ow nipl Mr
.Iteeiiwcll Tho ptaro carjlsilso car
tied out tho pio-nuptlal Idea, for the
llnner was ghen tho evening befou
'his young couple wero mnrrled. Col
ors wero nrranged for ten, and a dell
clous icpast was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Uiifus Robinson (nee
Hpiigli) woro homo coming passen
ers on tho Sierra arriving yesterday
morning Mr. nnd Mrs. Itoblnsnn ro
loit n most delightful pleasure trip
ishlng and hun'lns nnd camping on
tno great lake being n roal treat
vet llko everyone else tho cold wea
tier brings with It n great longing
or tho Paradise of tho Pacific and
Mr. and Mrs. Itohliipon nrb delighted
to ho hack In Hnwall net. They hnv?
nKcn the Peck cottage on I.unallln
it! cot and will bo nt home nfler the
flfleeiilh of December.
.Mr. Kdnnrd Watson onos Tor
Washington on the Clilnn to bo gone
'liree monllis. During Mr. Walson'r
tbsenco. Mrs. Wn'son will have a?
'icr hoiiho guest, Miss lllalr nml Miss
Mrs. Jack Lucas was tho hostess at
x most dnlnllly unpointed dinner civ
Mi at tho "Donna" complimentary lo
Mr. I.ucas mid Mrs, Dunbar's natal
lay. Tho t je decorations wero the
iiuchly ndmlred chrysanthemums In a
low brass bowl. Mrs. I.ucas' dinner
Tiiesls wero Mrs. Dunbar, Mr. I.ucas
Miss Helen Gin In, Mr Harry Whit
ney Mr and Mrs C. J. McCaithv
Norman I.ucas, Miss Kntberlno Mc
Cnrthy, Mrs I.ydl.i I.ucas, Miss Cal.i
l.ncas and Miss Sara I.ucas. Tho
cenlng was spont'Jn music mid cards'
Iicn Miss Hnrtnaglc, who Is the
sister nnd house guest of Mrs. Clin
ton Ilallenlinc Ie.ies Honolulu she
will ha nrcnmpanln.l hv Miss Mnlrc
Ilnllciil.Mie, who goes away lo sclio.ol
Mrs. i:. M Orossmnn will bo nmnng
tho not week hostesses. A most
ehiliointe bridge tea Is planned nnd
being anticipated with great plasuro
Tho Wednesday Afternoon Ilrldgo
Club will meet with Mrs. Chapman,
wire or Captain Chapman or Tort
Tho houses gueslB or "Tho Donna"
iro planning a Now Ycar'o eye dance
mil Judging fiom previous entertain
mOnts. given nl this sipular houso It,
Lieutenant J. K. Hume of the Hib
Cnvjlri motored to town Sniiitdat
and spent scleral ilnvs at the Young
Mnjnr nnd Mrs Novllle ami their
laughter have npartinenlK nt
the Hote Com Hand. Tho former Is
colniiianilnnl'of Hip V R. Marine Corp,
having tnktn Major I-onfi's place.
Mr. George Castle w.111 leaio on tho
el sailing of (he Wllholmlna In Join
his famlh In San Hrnnclsco, Callfoi
nla. Then tlicj will Journey to New
York City and spend the winter In
tho Hastcm metropolis.
The Matthew Grahams will start lo
bulhl n now bungalow in Mnnon Val
ley, and expect to occupy It tho first
part of the ear.
Mrs. Morris Grossman has Issued
Cards for n bildgu party to bo glen
at her homo on Tuesday afternoon or
Lieutenant A. S. Jnmes anil Lieu
tenant D. It. Itodney or tho uth Cav
tlry, weie registered nt tho Alexan
ler Young Hotel during the week.
(Additional Social, Pages 12 and 13)
YOUNG METCALF IS
DEAD IN COLORADO
Son of Former Secretary of
Navy Loses Fight for
After an Illness of moro than two
icars, VIHor N. MctMilf, the son of
l( tor II. Metcalf, former Secretary
of tho Navy1, and nt tho piesent vice,
president of the Union Snilngs Hank
or Oakland, died on November at
Colorndo Springs, Colo., whero ho
had gone, with his bride or less than
a lear, Tor his health. At his bed-
ihle when the end came were his
bride, his rather, his mother, nnd n
number or friends who knew how
serious his Illness was. Death was
duo to tubciciilusls.
Metealr was 27 jears old, having
'jeen born In Oakland, Peliruary 10,
1883, and was educated In the Oak
and school. He was a member of
ho llnhcislty or Oakland with the
3laBB or 'IH, but left before gradua
don to enter Annapolis, from which
ho wns graduated in 190C with the
rank or midshipman. He was as
signed ror duty to the cruiser West
Virginia with the rank of past en-
lgu, but ret I led as ensign. Ills
health falling him he resigned from
tho navy nml went back to Oakland
IS THE VERDICT
A enllet of accidental death has
been handed down by tho Jury se
lected by Coroner Charles Itoso to
Inquire Into the death or Joseph
Costa, who mot n ratal accident while
crossing the Ouliu Hallway tracks
near tho intersection or Knllhl road
Credited with tho rastest passage of
the year from Australia, tho Ilrlllsh
ship Poltalloch, Captain Armstrong
nrilied at San rrunclsco on October
2fi, firty-tlght days from Newcastle
Tho Pollalloch sailed from Nowcastlo
August 29 nnd had flno weather to the
equator, which was crossed twenty,
six dais out In longitude 107 west
To latltudo 2.". north, varlablo winds
wero encountered and to 10, north
strong southeast to south west gales.
Tho Rouaio rigger wns off port three
days In a dense fog.
l-"or eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Mutrltlous
RttMrml I'. P. IV.ni OlUct
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tii
Maker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. enkes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For S!e bj Leading Grocert In Honolulu
Waller Baiter & Co. Ltd.
DOkCllliSTBK, MASS, V. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
Joseph I.lnd, who left Honolulu
eight years ago to tnko over tho man
agement of n branch lino of the Oahii
and Hankow Hallway lino In South
China, has become n transput tutloti
king In tho land of tho Dragon.
Mr. I.lnd wns formerly connected
with tho Oahu Hiilluny mil Laud
Company and had to do with tho ma
chinery and maintenance of wny de
partments. From th6 omce of superintendent of
transportation, I.lnd steadily ror.o In
favor with tho Chincso officials, i.ntll
today ho ngaln re lulls Honolulu en
touto to tho mainland, where bo has
authority to expend vast sums of
money for tho puichnso or cqulpniont
kind rolling stock.
Mr. I.lnd Is passing through Hono
lulu as' n passenger In the Paclllc,
tfall steamer China. In renewing old
acquaintances, the former Honolulu
railroad man has noted many changes.
He Is much Impressed with .the march
of Improvement made lu Honolulu.
OAHU IS SLUMPING
FURTHER EVERY DAY
Oahu hit nnother snag on tho local
fctotk market today and Is now soil
ing nt 21 1-2, with little prospect
of doing mi) thing but dropping,
Stocks steadily dropped today. Tho
somewhat pessimistic reports that
were presented beforo tho pan(6rs'!
Association nro believed hy brokers
to hno homcthlng to do with tho
further slump today,
Hawaiian Agricultural declared IIh
regular dividend of $1 a share. Sales
wcio light, both on nnd off tho
It Came from Hnpp's"
Means Good Furniture
Look Now To Your DiningSRoom
The prices placed on Dining-Room Furniture at
Hopp s in preparation for the Thanksgiving season
wiicio an unu&uai uucasion ior investment.
Sale prices prevail throughout the' week.
tii t '
J2.2j ledui'Cd to. SI 70
''"" " 2.35
a'"r' " " 1. 1 3.00.
5 " " '3.75
u'00 " " 4.25
t' slGO ifdiircd to.
10. (JO ,
?:i(l.00 1 educed to. ,
ID 00 "
65.00 " " . ,
72.00' " ". ,
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