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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 2, 1912.
05C-Wi. Mar JIL JSe
"Pinafore" Another feucce.
The principals and chorus of "I'lim
fnrc" scored another siiccom on
Monday ovcnliiR at their final produc
tion of this If old nonetheless chafra
Ihr opera. The opera house was
crowded, the stnndliiR room only slpn
lieliiR In evidence enrly In the even
Inc Music appeals to lloiiolnlunii and
piii llcnlitrly so when tho perrormera
aie our local people, for It Is only nat
ural that ono takes a keen Interest In
his dr her own. The result Is always
a full house. One of the features of
Tliicforo" on Mondny cvcnliiR vas
Ihojjppcniniicc on the quarterdeck ot
n icnl life otllccr or tho day. Mr. r.
J, Lowiey, for a lark, had a couplo
iif the young girls nltcnd to his make
up and when lie marched the quarter
deck It was tint aft an amateur 'liit as
a mail with experlchco' liehlnd him
Air. Lowrcy'a nppenranco cteated no
end of mirth to Imth the townspeople
and his rellnw-omcers. Mr. Ijiwrey
will In futuro ho considered as n
allied (iiciiibcr or Honolulu's anu
ti'urH. Mrs. Allen Hay ward legated
her succohs of last Tuesday ovcnlim.
.Mrs. I lay waul Is a clocr little nct
ress and her appearance Is always n
Kuarnntco or good work. Mrs. Itlloy
Allen's lieautirul olco was nccr
hcaid to better advantage than last
Monday cvciiIiir. Mis. Allen's voice
Is clear and sweet and she has perfect
mastery over It at all times. .Mr. Da
vid Andeison could not bo better; he
Is splendid; Ills fnclal expressions are
woiks or art. Mr. Iladcr icpeated his
fiist night's success; the little bit uf
business with Buttercup In tho final
scnio Is worthy a professional. Mr.
.lames Dougherty Is always the same!
.- m ,ii.iiiuuiy ieiier-H!rfcct, never
loigets ii lino nor a bit of business.
Mr. Kilzcl and .Mr. Waterman did
their parts well. Mrs. houglas as
Cousin Ilelio scored another success.
The chorus, both men mid women,
was simply splendid. Hie costumes be
ing easy and comfortable, did their
part toward making the lads and Ins-
ioh icei more at homo behind the
footlights. Tho Cousins In their prct-
iinnco inn well; the girls wore nil
daintily dresRod and added In no small
nicasuro to tho evening's pleasure
Tho management feel more than
grateful to all who mado "Pinafore"
possible, their faithful attendance
wiicu so many moio attractions called
them, their kindly disposition when
being coached, and untiling good
imtuie. but who could bo dlffeient
with Sonny Cunlia as n leader? H0
is simply Riilondlit. Tim ,i, ,..,
at color or Hawaii, wlillo the broad part of the young social set In Ilorto-
lanal on which tho Imniniot was spread
was decorated with the llrltlsh stand
ard and the old royal flag of Hawaii.
Knal's troubadours played mid sang
ancient Hawaiian melodies during the
progress or the luau, nnd under the
spelt of the delightful music nudplc
tuicsquo Ww.net scene, the foreign
guests ato the Hnwnllnn dainties In
tho old fnshlon as into tho manner
bum. After I lie iiiau the guests danc
ed on ibc lanal and In tho evening llir
very cnjoynble cntcrtnlntncnt wa3
brought to n close with tho strains of
Tho guests Included Dr. Alphonso
1'arc, It. N. W., 2.L V., or tho Yilkou;
Mr. It, I'. McLennan of Vancouver.
Mrs. and Mist McLcnnau, .Mr. W. II.
Darker of Vancomcr, Mr, and Miss
Darker, .Mrs. 0. B. McDonald, wlfo
of the VnncouVcr coal magnate, and
her sister, Mrs. D. Crolghtoh, nnd
friend, .Mrs. J, Williams; Mr. nnd
Mrs. .1, Miller of Bdinonton, Canada,
Mr. George Olllct'to or Edmonton, Miss
Kathleen Hughes, private sc'cictnry
to tho Piemlcr and w ell-know ft and
popular author of tho, book entitled
"The Life or Father i.ticomuo": .Mr.
0. McDonald, or tho Stato or Wash
ington, and Mis. and Miss Donald,
Mr. t- W. Crawford, Miss S. Cniw-
rord and Miss C. Crawford of Cal
gary, Mis. Dr. and Miss Olive Greer
of Vancouver, Mr. U. C. Kmery of
Kdmnnton, Mr. John Atcherley, Jr., of
Vancouver, Mr. Kdgar Hcuilrpies, Mr.
Gcoigc Smithies, Mr. Henry Chllllng
worth, Mr. and Mrs, Janes I., llolt
nnd .Miss Klcanor Holt. Mrs. Kinma
NakulnA nnd Mrs. Fred. W. Ileckley
Mrs. John C. I.aiio nnd MIbb Mabel
Taylor, .Mr. and .Mrs. I.ul Kekiimann
and the Misses (2) Kekiimann, .ludgo
and Mrs. and Miss Hookann, and oth
Mrs. Hyde.Smlth't Bridge,
Mrs. Schwciin of San Francisco was
tlio complimented guest of Mis. Hvde
Smith, when she entertained at an
Informal bridge. "Mrs. Hjdc-Sinlth is
n woman of strong and striking ner
sonallty, whose parties are uluays n
pleasure to go to. Mrs. Hydo-Snilth's
guests wcro Mrs. Scliwcrln, tho guest
or nouor; .Mrs. F. M. Swanzy, ill
Walter Dillingham, .Mrs. Alexander
Ilawcs Jr.. Mrs. James Wilder, .Mrs,
Harlow. Mrs. M. M. Scott. Mis. II. I".
Dillingham, Mrs. Hanny Scott, Mrs.
Edward Stacknble, .Mis. Focke, .Miss
hticncr, Mrs. Faxon Illshnp,
Princess Kalanlanaole' Pol Luncheon.
It will bo n delightful luncheon
to bo given by the Princess Kalanl
anaolo on Monday next, ns befits
tne liospllablo distinction of the giver
ror all alTnlrs held In tho doilghtrul
ntinosphcro of that homo whero
rojalty has held Rway Tor such n long
numbers or jeni-s always bring luck
ino nays or long aso, with all Its ie
splendent Dcniity. Princes) Knlanl-
aiiHino Is u wniiian or dignified and
charming personality. She has a largo
made up of townspeople, was
Mr. and Mra. Henry F. Wlchman's
Mr. and .Mrs. Ilemy F. Wlchnuin en
Icitalncd at dinner on Sunday oxen
lug for ii inn I v or viiiinn niii. ti...
owil table was prettily arranged with Cllt'10 "' 'eall' lmlnm, nlcndM, win
n low Ber bowl tlo,i with leathery ",0 ,l0V(),ei1 "?r for nor own woitli.
rcrn while tho rour vases at tho sldei"" w,",l'lnE"". hcie part or each
and ends or tho tabic were filled wlthleal' Rlie nml I,rlllco Cupid icslde.
t-hell-plnk hibiscus and tho petals of ' ' Tlr fl,on,1 "" ' Tho Inhlo at
IIiIh dainty bloom covcicd Iho tablo I , ,l,ror"",lJ' Ploinunt nffalr Is to
After dinner music occupied the rest' llct',"",c'1 yellow, tho color of
or the evening. Among Mr. mid Mrs '""",0 "f Klll"kl"'". IHInia Iels
Wlchman's enpm,. un.o iti .., Tc I" bo placed at each ininnf-.oi.
,.. . "". " "" .icHsio , n. , ,...". """
"u inu miiiii-piiiiile,! canls will ho
Kuggesuvo or tlio raiowell pol lunch,
enn, which Is slvcn In honor or Mis
.A.lhur Mailx. Princess Knlanlniiu-
"a guesis win i,o Mrs. Arthur Mink,
Mrs. Kbeu ,ow, Mis. Chniles Chilling.
U'mlh Mm M.i,.ni i
" " miiiiiii wuiuui, 3ii h. Hurry
I-pttls, Mjb. Kroclrlck KiiIrIu, Mth.
yilllllCH VIUK. MrH. r.lr Wlftnn.....
Mr. Mondcll liuiutnil . ...1.....1 A'fB, Jiihti Pnlmcr. fr viu
. viu juiuiiy ., ' '"in (xiuiih,
...... leu on .Monday arteriioon. Tho ' ,' ' ,"1Bmt' Hcll"bt, Mrs, Helen
...., ui-upio present woro eledsc frlncd " """ '"" Charles Ilijoth,
Konnciy. j,fs8 cen Noin Mm
Ihcliulna Tenncy. Miss Ullra Noll,
Mlfs Doiothy Wood, Miss Tl.clnm
MiiiplijAila Muriel llowutl Miss
Molel Stover and Miss Elol-io au, Ste
s ' 1 1 11 .
Miss Until Gladys Soloiuonsdn and
..j .i.-uiie present wero closo
Mis. Randrtll Is well known ion To
Pacific Coast, bclnij Idontlllod will,
he social et. Tho good wishes ot
Honolulu 1110 extended.
Mrs. McClure's Dinner.
Miss Ilonham and MIkh I.elimcr,
wild I.lout. John C. WlriteiH and Lieut
Ilnlrd. weio dinner guests or Mnlor
mid Mrs. McCluio or Scholleld liar
lacks on Monday owning. Sciiofleld
oltlceis nnd ladles wero enteitalnlng
at a hop and after illnnor Mrs. Mc
Cluio and her dinner guests attended
tlio post hop.
Luau for Canadians.
Canadians In Increasing numbers
Mr.. Cllftan Carroll Carter's Bridge
Mis. Clifton Carioll Caller conlpll
mentcd sixteen of her friends when
Jdio cntei tallied the United Servlco
Ilridgo Club at her home on Anupunl
street on Tiiursduy of this week. Mrs,
inner is a woman with u irv at-
tracllvo persoiialllj, and her gioetlngs
uiwiijH (III ono with a reeling or wol
i-nniu. .vii s. u.utpr was assisted In
me icreptlon or her guests by her
mother. Mis. Coleman of ll.iltlninie.
who Is at picscnt the house guest Of
nor daughter. Tlio houso was pro
fusely decorated In the dark-ied bou
gain vlllea which lends Itself so grace
iiiuy 10 ndonilng a home The gifts
1110 dlseoveifng the charms or ilono weio bcniitlfiil brown .lapaneso has
lulu as 11 winter lesoit. This )ear a' kts filled with flowers, and Wero
laigo iiutnbor havo conio as tourists git en to .Mrs, Putnam of Do Itussv
and Iho cmmus of tho fiist largo par- and .Mrs. Sheedy. Mis, Tennoy Perk
ty fctuiiilng to Canada by the Ma- graciously sened the Ices, whilo Mm,
kiiiii was 1110 occasion or a nisniy en- reicy uiegnoin imiiiiciI tea. Mrs. C.u
ji.iaoio niau 111 reari uny on nisi sal- w gnosis wero Mrs. Mmlv mh.
uidii), Feb. ;(. Mis. J. Atrheile) or Gaiulile, Mrs. Wonted, Mrs, Pmit, ji,m.
uiicumcr, the Hon. F K. Aichor or iTiineis koi Knilth, Mrs. Watlilim
the Peninsula, ami Mr and Mr.. I.! Mis. F. I) Smllli, Mrs. MrDougal, Mrs!
Meicer or IMiuontoii. Canada, .wiui Sliei'd). Mis. Putnam Mm. ni..ni,',.....
have leased a liaiiiUonin placo on the' M'" Coleman, Mrs Touuey Peck, Mrs!
Poulnsiila, weio tho Joint hosts. Tlio.L"cko and Mis, Douglass.
luau at which about lllty guests uct ;
luohent, had tlio atinospheio of a Ilrlt-J Mr' Jan" Pine's Tea,
Ish Hawaiian-American friendship' , Mrs, .lanles Plile enlelinlnil it a
react. All lhi' Iels and other Horn I plul, Iim In lion.ir of Miss Kathr.Mi
ilri'iii.illuiiH niii nr )('llnn', Iho u.ill.ui- S-'leieiis. who Ins be.'u hi iuucIi a
lulu since her arrival here two cars
ago. Mrs. Pino has asked her friend
for Monday afternoon. Mis, Pine's
charming little bungalow will be nglov.
with pink roses nnd p.luk hcgoulus and
maidenhair fein. The collections and
ices nic to lie In tho same beautiful
khade. Sewing will occupy the girls
In Iho afternoon. Mis. PIiic'h guest.
will bo Miss Knthr)ii Stevens, the
guest of honor; Miss Alice Cooper,
.Miss Clara Frnnck? Mis. Hnrry Hep
burn, Miss Helen Itocl'wcll, Miss Flor
ence Hoffman, Mrs. Gerald Johnson.
Miss I.) din McStockcr and MIbs Julie
General and Mrs. Macomb Entertain.
Tho home of General and Mrs. M'-
conih was tho setting lor n very
charming dinner party, when envois
wero arranged ror fourteen guesta.
Tho tnblo was decorated In pink roses
nnd asparagus fern. Tho hour of the
evening after dinner w-ns devoted to
bildgc. General nnd Mrs. Macomb's
guests were Admiral and Mrs. Walter
Cowlcs. Captain and Mrs. Arthur
Mark, Itcar-Admlral Southerland, Ma
jor Do Similes, Mrs. Hjdc-Smlth, Lieu
tenant Andrews, Captain and Mis.
Clifton Carroll Caitcr, Mrs. Dlckiuan
mid Miss Dlckmun tjf Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillingham's Dinner.
Mr. ami Mrs. Benjamin Dillingham
entertnlnod a smalt dinner party on
Thursday In their delightful home.
Around tho circular table, which was
prettily decorated In lavender asters,
were Governor Waller F. Ficar. Itear
Admlral and Mrs. Cliaunecy Thomas,
Mrs. H)dc-Sniltli ami Mr. and Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs. George Carter's Kalko
Mr', and Mrs. George II. Carter wcic
host and hostess at an Infnimul sup
per on Friday evening In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Goodrich, who arc the guests
of Mr. and Mr.. James Wilder, and
also Mr. and Mrs. Crlss, who are visit
ors In Honolulu JiiHt now. Kulkou
tho summer homo of the Carters, Is
one or tho .beauty sixtts or Honolulu
Nature hiis been left alone out there,
and the. huge rocks l.vlng on the benrii
cause the breakers to dash and splash
Into the large cement tank that Is
used ns a swimming pool.
Mrs. Bon a Wednesday Hostess.
Mrs. Charles Hon entertained the
IJrldgo Club of Mnno.i Wednesday.
After, pal taking of a delicious lunch
eon, bridge occupied the rest of the
afternoon, several closely contested
rubbers being pla)cd. Mis. Goctz ro
celled a gift or silk hose. The ladles
present woro Mis. Itnndolph Moore,
Mrs. Guy Gere. .Mis. Pcrc) Morse,
Mis. Fled l.ysnr, Mis. Otto Dlerbach,
Mrs. Diew, Mrs. Rdwln Ilomson and
Mrs. Drew, Mis. IMwIn Ilenson Mis
W. II. Goctz and Mrs. Feidluand l.ln-
Mrs. Frank McStoekfr's Luncheon,
.vns. Frank McStocker's pietty
homo was the wiling ror a delightful
lunch and bridge in honor or Mrs.
Ai thin- Mnrlx, who has been so much
feted limine the lakt month. This
popular mation has been tho Incentive
for many afralrs. Including luncheons,
dlniicin mid teas mid nricriioon nllnlrs.
flis. McStocker's luncheon was, ns nil
or her affairs aie, must delightful
Nothing was left undone that added
to tho attractiveness or comfort of
.111s. McPtockers guests. Tlio tnblo
was uiado attractive with yellow
coicopsls and l) own-licai toil Shasta
daisies, llh lace lorn ns tho nlwnyj
popular touch or green. Mrs. .Mc
Stocker's guests played bridge after
luncheon, ami Mm. Krwln, Mrs. Put
nam and Mrs. IClwnrds wcro tho wom
en ravoied with gifts for good scoring.
Mrs. Mnrlx was given a golng-uway
Kin. .vi rs. .vicHiocKers gnosis wore
Mis. Arthur Murk tho honored guoat;
.Mrs. Walter Cowles. Mrs. B. It. (layler.
.ura. noy irancis Smith, Mrs. F. D.
Sniltli, .Mrs. A. II. Putnam, Mrs, Wll
Ham P. Woolen. Mrs. r. II. Bdwnrds,
.urs. viiuani colcinaii and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chllllngworth's
Mr. and Mrs. Chniles Chllllngwoith
eniei tamed In their usual gracloiiB
milliner covers wcic placed for sl
tho tablo being n mass or iteach-blow
nuiihciiR and trailing asimrauus rem
After partaking rir this doilghtrul re
past Hie remainder of tho evening was
deVoted to Inldgo, which Is alwn)s mi
after-dinner pleasuie. Mr. and Mrs.
Chllllngwnrlh's gueatR woro Dr. ami
Mis. Nelson and Mr mid Mis. llalns
Mr. Benner'i Tea,
Mrs. Henry llenner was Iho rom
pllniented guest of Mis. IMwin Den-
ner at a brldgo ea on Thursday after
noon. Mis. Homier Is a visitor In II i-
noiiiiu Mi,, IMiwIn Honucr's home
was inad'o Into a bower or lifooin, )P.
iow ciiiysniitnmiiiims and yellow dais.
u-ii .i s.uiijix mafti m Mir;Mh and
ases iniuiiin; nil aillslle whole. Iim
tables or hihlr.o wen d.i.ied mid tho
gifts or Bllken luxe weie awarded to
Mrs. Harry Denner nndf Mrs l)'i
Freest. Among Mrs. nniner's guests'
wcic Mrs. Hnrry llenner tor whoni
tho parly was gleu, Mrs Kaudolpli
M0010, Mrs. John Drew, Mrs Gil) '
Gere, Mrs. Fred. I.vsor. Mis S Dt'1
Freest, Mrs. Philip Ficar, Mis. Kdwln
Farmer, Mrs. Percy Moise, Mrs '
Charles Hon, Mrs. F. A Porlei, Mi
Otto Ulcrhnch, and Mrs Ferdliiand
Tho Public Welfare exhibit which
has been Biich ai wondeiful sticies,-
frrotn the opening till the closing night
last night, has been mi eilticaMon In
many wn).' It villi be the moans "f
tnnsiinimatlng man) kncts of kindness
by people who have gone on in a self
ish kind of way, not coiisldeilug iho
wants of others and little tliiuLliitr or
caring for the less foitiAi.ite sister oil
biolher. It Is very edit) lug to teniae
how many women spend limit h d.ill'
In tho pursuit of an upliltlng kindness
to so ninny people.
Tell guests weio elitei tallied liv
Mr. and Mrs. John Tienlmlm Warren j
Inst evening In houoi of ihe third an-1
nhcrsaiy of their in.iriingv the iifi.il.
serving also as a christening fu their
new home. The guests Included the
young married pcoplo who liele.l in
various wnys when Mi ami Mis Wni
icn moved Into their new house, nnd
none or tho guests knew that the dn
marked n wedding nuiiliersaiy HIP
they entered the dlnlng-mom The
place-cards wcic In the I i or brld.il
sllppcrn filled with orange bliihsoins
and the universal) cukes with their
gnod-luck Harherny candles, held
glided wishbones and siller hoise-
A largo bowl of lleiinrcs brass oc-1
copied the center of the table filled I
with while blossoms, from amlil which
Hood tho tall white eathedial cum Ie,
which had been used a tin wedding
and aro burned at each succeeding
nuiilvcisary. Mlliiatuie welding hells
were caught among the giconon ami
the white tulle ribbon which mnrk.-d
the Isles at the wedding was used as
It Is each )ear.
After dinner tho guests assembled
around the fireplace In the living-
room, where n bright fire made n
pleasant contrast to the 1 .tin outside
Lights weio turned oiu, and music
and conversation wcic cnJo)ed In
The second evening (,r the whist
toiiinainent at Odd Fellows' Mall ulv-
cn by oilce Uraui'h llel.ekali l.dgp ,
win 110 Held r.cxt Thiirsda) ocnliig.
The score-cards 'will be given out at
Mr. Samuel Mills Damon with Ids
usual generosity to tie ,,.,,., lins
aililcil another attraction to Moannliia
Hunnlulaiis lose sight or tlio ract that
Mr. Damon Is at homo every S.itiir
dii) to guests, both tho mallhlnl mil
knnmaliia nllkc, ami too much cannot
be said or this decided act of public
splrltediiebs on the part of Mr .,
mon. Tho gioiinds. with ihelr at
tmcllio glass huts and tea houe
.110 tho wonder or Iho touiist. With
out a doubt Moaiialua Is tho mil)
private gaiden In Honolulu Hint cm
boast or such boiilirul ,,8 ,1(
slniihs as It does, ami there me not
many owneis or such a hcaiilllul nl.it o
who aie willing to allow and who ln
Mlu the public as geneionsly lls ,IH..S
Mr. Damon. On tho first Satuidav .if
each month Mr. ., ,,, , hillu
oiiio music, and tii.Liy Mis. Mack.HI Is
BoliiK to entertain tho guests .wth
her hciiutlrm voice. Mrs. Tennev
Ic'k, who Is tho most aceoinpllshed
LccompaiilM In tho Islands, will as
lt Mm. Mac I t tho p;,,
Tlio Collego Club held an open
ineetlng at the Colonial holed on
Thursilay. About IUl) fi lends and
ineinbors were picscnt. Miss Fran
cis, the College Club picsldent lead
11 most Interesting ami tlmeli pi,ci
minimi ill l.lter.ltuie Tho Col
lege uiiiii is Piling 11 splendid nlelio
In this comiuuiill) and to their until
ing clforts mini) lino and, noble acls
1110 ucciedlted Ilefieshincnts weio
served, after which a pleasant houi
wns spent In social conversation.
Llttlo Miss Lolnanl Chllllngwoiih
was 11 tlalnt) hostess when she eli
te) tnlned twenty or her little rrlends
at a hlithda. cflebrailmi ,, i.vi.....
arteriioon (lames weio pkocil and a
tiem'iiil riullc b) the kiddles was pan
ol tho fun. Delicious irfiCHhlneulH
uo dear to ovei) ehlld's hejit. woio
i-civcd and after n meir) at lei noon
Iho Utile people went homo hoping
i.ml wishing that Lulnanl nuuld huc
11 hit I Inlay eiei) da).
A l.ngo number or Islam) vlsllois
lelt this -wool, for Ihelr lenpecllve
homes Honolulu was hlmiili uicke.l
nllli visitors fulni the nialnlitud, m,
well us n 111 the Islands, liming the
FI0111I Paia.lo week. The malnlaii'l
era luiNo nothing but woids 01 pi, Use
for our delightful cllin.nlc loudliliuis.
the u 111 Id-ii'iion ued hospltabllli) of
our people, the ,plilt of welcome that
nil touilsts leel ronies fioni iih. aiu'
the thoiisiiihl and one llltle iilieutiun
Hint me alwins the heait strings thu
Inliig people li.u k to Hawaii nel
Miss IMcau Wilitei has gone to the
mainland to visit hei aunt, Mrs. t:m
llipt Ma) id Ijis Angeles
(Continued on Page 14)
AT OUR STORE
We have decided to have special cleafances on many
lines this month. We have completed our annual stock
taking, and all surplus and broken lots must go. In
order to do full justice to each department, we will
offer one line at a time for three days only, and com
mence next Monday morning with a clearance sale of
Entire Stock of Silks
The remarkable values will be a forerunner to the many
money-saving attractions during the month of March.
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
We will offer the following :
At 25 c. yd.
At 35 c. yd.
At 45 c. yd.
At 50 c. yd.
At 60 c. yd.
At 75 c. yd.
At 85 c. yd.
Lnnrcttc Shantungs, Kobe Silks, nnd Silk Dolled Mulls, in nil
the fashionable colors.
Silk. Dimities in Floral Effects, Foullnrtl Silks in Light nnd
Dark Colors, Natoma Silks in Wlvtc and Black Stripes. Silk
Jacqunrds in all the New Sliacs.
New Kimono Silks.
Fancy Mcssalines in 12 Designs, regular $1.00 values. Silk
Warp Eiolienne in nearly every Color; Heavy Silk Bencjalincs
in Black nnd Dark Colors; Mcssalines in White, Blue. Pink,
Navy, Lavender, Cardinal, Old Rose, Copenhagen Green and
Black; New Plaids and Persian Silks.
Black and White, and Navy and Whito Check Taffetas; Plain
Colored Taffetas, All Shades.
French Foullards', One Dress Pattern each, 30 Designs: White
and Fancy Brocaded Satins, Persian Satins and Taffetas.
Crepe do Chcne, in White and Evening Shades; Pink and Blue
Floral Designs in Crepc.de Chcne; Belding's Satins,' yard
wide, Black and Colors; '26-inch Messaline, S1.25 Values, in
nearly every shade.
For Three Days Special Only, 50c, 75c, and $1.00 yard.
50c, 75c, $1 .CO, $1 .25 nnd $1 .50 yard.
Superior Quality in White and Evening Shades, 36 inches wide, $1.75 yard.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday we will offer
remarkable values in the Glove Department.
Don't Miss any of the March Specials
tit nAam'.xii 'uWi.i iaJ