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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 27, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 13, Image 13',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 27, 1912.
SPRING SALE OF STAPLE STOCK
STARTED HERE THIS MORNING
May is The
At This Store.
NEW GOODS MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM FOR OTHER NEW GOODS
Usual business has failed to lessen our stock sufficient to make room for the 1912 stock, of which we bought heavily early in the year. A big stock of staple
lines must stand the cut of the profit-slasher, as there is no way to increase store space. Rather than pay storage rental for the goods that are coming, the
Honolulu buying public is to be given an opportunity to secure dry goods at prices that make even wholesalers gasp.
PRICES TRUTHFULLY TELL THE PROFIT-CUTTING STORY
20,000 YARDS OF EMBROIDERY IS PRICED FROM 5 CENTS A YARD UP
I -f yard of FANCY DRESS GINGI IAMS . f $1.00
12 yards UTILITY GINGHAMS, aisorted colon $1.00
UNBLEACHED CO'ITON 14 yards for $1.00
FAREWELL WHITE COTTON CLOTH 12 yards for $1.00
FOREST MILL WHITE COTTON CLOTH ..14 yards for $1.00
AMOSKEAG FLANNELETTE, assorted colors. ..II yards for $1.00
VICTORIA LAWN 10 yards for 60 cents
STRIPED MADRAS, worth. 30 cents, is priced at 15 cents
DRESS MADRAS, real new feoods; regular price 20 cents, is reduced
to .' 10 cents a yard
Bic line of ORGANDIES, new patterns, regular price 25 cents, dur
ing sal: only 15 cents a yard
Entire stock of Children's, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes are to be sold for what they will bring. Marked prices on shoes are as low
r as 25c. None are priced higher than $2.50
Fine Linens at Prevailing Low Prices
First Run Sheeting 10x4 - only 30c 0 yard
Hem-stitched, linen finish without
starch, for single, double and three
' quarter beds.
Lot No. 1 75 cents
' Lot No. 2 '....$1.00
i Lot No. 3 1.25
Lot No. 4 1.50
Hem-stitched ' cotton.
Size 54x90 . . . 50 cents
Size 63x90 60 cents
Size 72x90 70 cents
Size 81x90 80.cents
FANCY CURTAIN CLOTH.
....'.'..... 3 yards for 25 cents
In GINGHAMS. CALICOS
PRINTS. MADRASES. PON
GEES and ART WOVEN SILK.
A bargain of bargains in quantity,
quality, and prices.
In this department the price cutter showed no mercy to old established
profit prices. Stacks of good goods are literally afloat upon our counters at
SOFT SHIRTS, with and without collars, will sell as low as 25c.
Other grades a little higher in price but eery bit as big a bargain.
HATS.' SOCKS. UNDERWEAR. NECKTIES and other Men's
Goods are all priced at money-saving prices.
Store is three doors Ewa from Bethel, upper side of King
KWONG SINQ LOY CO.
, . . )" rjf
Mrs. F. C. Smith's Luncheon.
Mth. Fred CarloH Smith was a lunch
ron hostess on Friday of tills week
at ono-of the prettiest and moat dalu-tlly-arrango'd
of this week's luncheons.
Tho tablet center was massed In the
lurse Shasta daisies which the Smiths
havo cultivated to such a glorious
hI The place-cards were hand
painted daisies and were greatly ad
mired. .Mrs. Smith's guests were Mrs.
1'iedcrlck Klamp, Miss Cornet, Miss
May Damon, Mrs. Wallace It.' Harring
ton. Mrs. Arinlii IlaneherK. Mrs. Frank
'llalstead. Mrs. Kmll Waterinun, Mrs.
Finnk McStocker and Mrs. Zeno Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. George Davles' Dance.
Mr. and Mrs. George Davles have
cards out for n dancing-party which
will take place on Tuesday cvenlm?,
Apill 30th. It Is to lie a domino liar
ty'nud all sorts of fun Is anticipated.
Mrs. Raymond Brown's Reception.
Deceptions, always tho touchstone,
nf tho Jlchtcr hospitality In which
women delight, are at present much
In vogue. No parties1 of the season
have seemed more agreeable, more
truly exponents of the best that Hono
lulu could do In the way of uniting
gentle-people all of a kind, than tho
large reception teas af, this, and of
next week. The reception ttid tea
given by Mrs. Itaymond Drown yestei
day afternoon was a delightfully
unique affair. It was given In honor
of seven of the season's brides-elect,
nnd was most enjoyable. The house
decorations were in white and green
and were most effective, White Shas
ta daisies were profusely used' In dec
orating the drawing-room, music-room
and dining-room. Each of the brides
elect carried a bouquet of Shasta dai
sies covered with a veiling of tulle,
which was moil effective. The differ
ent baskets filled with this pretty
llowcr had huge bows arranged most
artistically on their handles. The sev
en girls made'a very pretty picture, as
they stood In a crescent formation,
each holding her bouquet and really
forming n chain of daisies. Airs.
Drown was assisted In the reception
of her hundred guests by Mrs: Kelly
Drown, Mrs. George Angus and Mrs.
Mead. Tho rooms were crowded with
friends from 4 to C. The brldei-elcct
who received with Mrs. Drown wero
Miss Helen Drown, Miss Grace Hob
ertson, Miss Grace DavU. Miss Juli
ette Cooke, Miss Joel Stoby, Miss Kill
el Spalding, and Miss Uthel Angus.
Tho Collego Club will hold Its reg
ular meeting at the Colonial Hotel on
Tuesday at I p. in. It will be a closed
meeting for members only. Mrs. J.
M. Whitney, who bns but recently re
turned from New Zealand, will glvo
a talk on that wonderfully Interesting
country. Miss Lowls of tho College of
Hawaii will give n tnlk on her recent
visit to Japan and the customs and
habits of the people.
Dr. K. K. -Inhnstonc. V. S. A who
recently returned from duty In Jla
wal and who Is at the Palace Hotel
with his wife, expects shortly to re
tlgn from tho urmy and live perman
ently In this city. Dr. Johnstone Is a
brother-in-law of Dr. .1. Wilson Shlels
of San Francisco and Dr. George
Franklin Shlels of New York City
who Is Just now visiting here for the
first time In several years. At the
outbreak of the Spanish-American
war both Dr. Georgo Shlels and Dr.
Johnstone entered tlie army as sur
geons. Dr. Shlels resigned somo
j ears ago and went Kast to live. 1IU
brother, Dr. J. W. Shlels, Is a former
president of the Jlobemlun Club. San
Francisco Kxamlher. ' '
Tho Johnstones havo a large circle
of very dear frlendB In Hawaii Ncl.
As the date of the May festival
grows nearer one realizes the large
number of kindly-disposed peoplu that
live In this land of plenty not only
plenty of money hut an over-abundance
of kindly disposition to help one
another. Friends are legion and It Is
a most grutlfying and pleasing
thought In the minds of the oucs re
sponsible for this festival that all is
going so smoothly and If the results
luped for aro attained a beautiful
chapel will be the result of hurd work
on the part of every one connected In
tho smallest, as well as the largest,
way towards its success. Next week
1 full list will bo given of every onn
Tho homo of Lieutenant and Mrs.
William Muntor of .Fort (Trumbull,
Connecticut, Was made very happy by
the advent of a baby daughter the
early part of this month. Mrs. Mini
tnr U mnut nlnai&ntlv known bv a
large circle of Honolulu friends .as.
Miss Hazel Hoffman. She was n so
cial favorite. Her mother, Mrs. A.
Hocking is at present visiting hero
and wlfl bo for the next couple of
Miss Helen Achilles was a depart
Ing passenger on tho Korea, on her
way to her home In ltocliesler. Miss
Achilles has been the house guest of
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
George II. Carter, for the past year.
Miss Achilles Is a devotee of Hawaii
nel and always leaves hero with keen
I egret. She, no doubt, like every one
else, will wander buck again.
Miss Julia Whitman and Miss May
RoIihiiii, who came to Honolulu to
visit with their schoolmate, Mrs. liar
old Castle, were departing passengers
on the Korea. Doth of these young
women became very popular during
their visit here, and It Is tho hope of
their friends thai they will como
Miss Clara Fratick, who has been
a visitor In Honolulu for the past
three months, left for her homo In the
States by the Wllhclmlnu on Wednes
day. During Miss Franck's visit she
has won n largo number of friends by
her Hweitness of manner.
Limit, unit Mrs. Homer l'rcston will
bo host and hostess at a bridge party
Mrs. James I'lne, during her hus
band's absence on the Thetis. Is the
house guest of her parents, Judgo njid
Mrs. Hi'iuy i:. Cooper.
Mrs. Hlley Harris Allen will lone
on the Sierra for u visit to her for
mer home In Seattle, Wash. Madame
A. D Allen, who has been the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen for some
months, will return to Scuttle on The.
Mr. I). II. riuldwln Is very seriously
111 nt the Queen's Hospital. Ills case
Is a veiy critical one, and his large
circle of friends and relatives aro
keenly unxlous over his condition.
Captain and Mrs- Harrington, of
Schoelleld Dnrrucks nrejn town for
u few days. '
Mrs. Ilyron Dulrd is In town for u
few d.iys to bid farewell to Captain
and Mrs. Wilbur, who lexvu for the
roust next Wednesday,
Captain ami Mrs, Apple are recent
arrivals In tie Islands, They are btu
tloued at Schiilletd Durracks,
The O W Case Peering, who have
been lesldents of Honolulu for the
past ten years, left on the Wllhclminn.
It Is sincerely to be hoped that the
Deorlngs wMI return to Honolulu
Mr, and Mrs. I'ercy Cleghorn have
gone for a short trip to the main
land. Colonel Itumbaugh and wife and
their daughter Miss Itumbaugh, left
for the coast on the Wllhelmluu.
Mr. and Mrs. George Davles havo
cards .out for a dancing party which
will take place on Tuesday, April 30th.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klamp havp
cards out for a supper dance that will
tnko place at tho Country Club to
right. A most delightful evening Is
anticipated, by, those bidden. About
olio hundred Invitations have been is.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Georgo Davles have
Issued caids for a dancing parly to
be held on Tuesday evening, Apt II
Mrs. Illalsdell will be an out-going
passenger on the Sierra on Wednes
day .for n two mouths' visit In tho
Honorable Francis M. Hatch u a
homecoming personage in the Sleira.
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distance of business section, near car line, having
good yiew and elevation.
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