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... . . . HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1911 :V;f!ftesi' I . II II Ml I ! 1' Sodety Personals Dr. and .'Mrs: F F..Hederoann:aferHptrv.i KalniukL Palolo. First B Urine at the - former Hartwen' home. Mrs. Alexander G. Hawes.ls again occupying her former apartments- the Hawaiian Hotels ' "Mr. and lira. D. W. John of New 'A ( York City and William Goodale are at ) the Palace. San Francisco Examiner. Mn. ". Herbert 'M. , Dowsett.' enter- "jslned few of her friend very.Jn - formally at tea , onJWednesday ; after noon.-..'- .v--V-v.'';.- .v 5 T 4 Mrs'O. It. TottJe and her two' sons. Elbert and Malcolm, are sailing on the Matsonla next Wednesday, for. the SIIss Hazel Buckland and Miss Bess Kentner are among the young people wbo,are tearing for the coast; on the . "V -Waf.aonia.if-- TW.-:' 4 Miss Barrie Gamble entertained few friends Informally on Wednesday evening. A two-table gme of bridge was enjoyed- ;' Miss Edna Byrd of Spokane, Wash- in rton.' arrived on .the Honoiulan to spend the summer with. Mrs. Geo. A.' McEldowney. ' . ' .- Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder xpect to leave In September for : Europe where they probably will remain for a Jong period.1 - Mr.- EL Faxon Bishop will leive on the Niagara for Vancouver,,. British Columbia, where he will spend several months. Mrs. Bishop will ; remain here for the summer.' . " ; vi . r " '-v.'r Mrs. Charles Adams Informally in rited a few of her friends in to see the lovely gardens at her Diamond Head home and to hare tea with her on Thursday afternoon. : v. v- . r-; Mrs. Mary Gunn is leaving on the . next Manchuria for New York where phe will soend the summer months. She will 'be greatly missed by her many friends in .Honolulu. r - r, ; .. :v. rv- Among the striving passengers on e FbnoluUn last Tuesday,. was Mrs. Hamilton 'Weir, who" came'tf rejoin her husband. Dr. Hamilton v. Weir, of r-virtland Ure.. after: a rislt to Port land and SeattK ' 1 . . - ... - ft ";: Mr. and Mrs. E" K, i KN'.worth and family arrlred in town from Pupukea on Thursday afternoon. They hare taken the Whitaker cottage in Manoa Valley where they will remain until they sail for the coast in Julr to m?ke their permanent home In California. Mr, and ! Mrs. Chester J. Hunn ex pect to leve in about a month's time " for' Porto Rico where they will make their home. These charming, young people hare taken a rery actire part in local social happenings.: and their departure will leare a roid, -which will not be soon filled. ''..r-:t.i;.,-ii?-.-L,: In a oarty making a ' trio krourid the world there arrlred on the Chlyo Mam yesterday W. L. Hodges of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Beresford . Parnell of London, England; : Colonel and Mrs. Charles F. Monoher .and their sons, Charles Jr. and Darrow. They are at the. Stewart. San Fran cisco Examiner. -i;':"'''; -.V :; ;;. Mr. and T Mra. Arthur Wilder, are planning another long trip to -Hike place In the near future: These 3op ular people seem to hare developed rery actire case of "wanderlust,' to the regret of their many friends -here Z.o must 1 needs ; be - satisfied with wtLalr company for but a few months out of he year. . ' -. -.. . 4t a; ...' .Mrs. Robert Bond (Rowena Elston) has come from her home In Honolulu fcr an extended Tlslt!. with her pari nts. Rer. end Mrs. A. M.. Elston, In 1 Ti Dcarl to the, Hearts DR. T. FELIX -mm . OR Ah it FoaInfwnsfiiaae)Uisa& in Bin mi infirm t ... - - v .-RasJu PWMW SW Telltrw and Muddy skin.- irlvin. a delicately clear .and refined comnlexlon which every woman desires. h"o. 10 For sale by Druggists and 8 : C1LU5G PITS j ' . FOB hoxolulfb ffendajs Punahou. Makikl. S SB i. TlMJlTi TVafVIVI VanlAl.fil Bf S 'r. ITedaesdays Nuuanu, Punnuli B S Pacific. Heights.., First and third 8 3 Wednesday,. a b o y 'Nunanu B B bridge; -second and fourth Wed- B B nesdays, below bridge;, fourth B B Wednesday, pacific. Heights; first B and third Wednesdays, Alewa B 3 Heights. 5, -,. - r B B - Thursdays The Plains ; 8 Fridays: Hotels and town. B fourth Friday. Fort Shafter, first B B Manoa,. College Hills, first and H B third Frldayi ; f . ... . 1. - mem a Saturdays KalihL third and B B fourths Saturdays;, Kamehameha B B Schools, last Saturday. . r B a , p.rt Khft!- rmr dr t. B rr Tridir . ,.. . . ? B NoteThe' telephone number of B 15 the-iJSocletyi Editor Is 4075.. J B V tl . v. ;- V a B'B B fi BB iJHBBBBBHBBB " Claremont . Sereral pretty social ar- fairs are being planned for the risltot by her many east bay friends. Sha has made her home in the Island since ner marriage. iour n years ragaaan Francisoo Callr- W -f jidge,'F:M? Hatch andChis daugh ter. Miss ; Harriet 1 Hatch, expect , to return to their home "Sans Souci" at Waikikl In the near, future. Mrs. C L. Bodrero, who has . been occupy ing this pretty little; house for the past year and a half, will spend the summer -at her fathers -home rtm; KauaL She expects to leare with her children rery ..soon, j , "r-":. - . Major ana Mrs. wuiiam F. wooten.; bare returned to - Honolulu ; after an absence of some months, ; to. remain until August, at which time they will leave for Washington." ' Miss Wooten win hare the extreme pleasure of be- tag near Mrs, M. M. Macomb who is t present In .Washington -where she erine;:Winana, -Hortense1 Short,': Rath Is heing extensirely entertained. : - ft Hafflson.ffJeishain.- 'Carpente' and' .---w f:-45,4i v--VVprtfeen ; caugnter. 7iiDyi reyrwnp:w viBiiors oer.m uie Burmt, umu tired in London and. are occupying Dorchester , house, so long the Tesi-; i?nce'& ; i a ; ui, gulshed party spent some time In San Francisco. , previous to s their depart- ure for -London,' being considerably entertained there. ' :; - . 1 Mr. Reginald -H. Carter, who has Reginald - H. Carter, who for some years been the organist at St. Andrew's Cathedral is learing soon for England. ; Mr. Carter has ttken an actire Dart in local musical ciriles.lhis irorkj In connection with tne uonoium unoraj ocieiy Deins particularly worthy of note. , Mr. Car- ter Is a musician of remarkable . abil 4: Ity.and his , departure will be keenly mtoUtA'- h . lorjtt tnntlo IrtTera - v-'v . . .;.v- iTAniniin. k.nf. Ht amomr th visltom at several UUUJUKK Ui ilUUUlUHUiO U&VB UCCU of the popular, California summer re- sorts. Among, tne recent arrivals at Napa Soda Hot Springs are Mrs. L. B.. Kerr, and Miss Kathleen Kerr. I At Selgler Springs are registered.' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Qulnn. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Peacock, and Mr. C. E. , King. r.tandlMrs. Oulnn "and? Mr.; and Mrai Peacockr also spent some, time at Witter Springs! . Mil Maude, taMrfaJ Bremer Home from "Islands.4 ' J Miss Mande Bremer returned on the' S 6: Mataonla after an extended visit in Honolulu and the surrounding Islands While tn Hllo. she was the house guest of the W. H. and Oliver B. Shlpmans, who had planned a royal ; welcome, and numerous . entertain - ments for her including motor trips In thn VnlMtnn and in manv nrlmitlve i villages and plantations far from the path of the usual tourist besides en joying a real, Hawaiian "luan. Ala meda. CaL, Times. 1 of. the Women. GOURAUD'S MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER Indispensable anil Necessary Article for Farticular Women who Desire to Retain a Youthful appearance. Gream Every woman -owe it to herself and loved onea to retain the charm of youth nature has bestowed mon her. For over .: hall a century this article has been used by actresses, singers and women of c fashion. It renders the skin like the . softness of velvet leaving it clear and pearly white and is highly desirable when ' preparing for daily or evening attire. As it is a liquid and non-greasy preparation, it -remains unnoticed. When attending dances, balls or other entertainments, it prevents a greasy appearance of the com- plexlon caused by the skin becoming - heated.- . - Gouraud's Oriental Cresm cures skin diseases, and .relieves Snnburn. Removes -Freckles- 'and 'Vulgar-- Redness. ' s Fancy Goods Dealers. ' SCHOFIELD SOCIETY frtel 8tar-BuIletln Corrpon!JceJ 8CH0FIELD BARRACKS. June 2. Entertaining at SchofleH has dwin dled down to meetings of a few auc tion i clubs' and an occasional dinner, contributory causes being the warm weather and the moring, large part of the garrison having either movel Into or out of the caralry quarters. In spite of the - general confusion. Miss Hortense Short was a success ful hostess for a dinner of twelve on Tuesday evening, entertaining in hon or of Miss Coariotte Relchmann and f W4... The table ' decora UonI were , 0nusTialTy tentim and r "Vr .Ilrj Z. . "ltl n n 1 m ii iirm m m . m r rm v 1 m xmiiii veil and bride's bouquet, standing on a raised dais, composed of white daisies and asparagus' fern. At each and or we aais, resting on uifttaDie. was a solid heart rormea or we wnite daisies.. Pink shades on the 'silrerl guests:; were: Miss Relchmann, mjssi Bplnessand Good Fortune' was present In the .shape of dainty saun suppers full oL rice which stood at each, place. -Each plaoe card had a cunning ."Kew: ,je- f bride.'- smiling quaintly, . The mests were: - Miss Relchmtn. - Miss Dorothy Fbrsythe. Miss Gertrude Hob . kins - Dr.- and Mrs. Smith, Lieut and Miss Nalle. and Lleuts Watrous. En- yartvpetton aniT Little. TV .. .- f A- 1 lotte Reichman was' the honor guest at a most delightful luncheon given by Mrs.'.Tayman at Castner.v The- colof scheme of green r and v white, which characterized the luncheon table, was carried out throughout the rooms in which the cuests were receired. ; The i fireDlaces - and - mantels were banked Iwith maaaeB of WMta Bnandrarona and! I carnations against a background of maidenhair fern. Three surer baskets 5 filled with, :the ."same flowers formed the decorations for the table: . " Place t cards were In the shape of white car- , nations. : The guests - were the Misses Reichman,7 Gertrude "Hopkins, Harriet i Ellis, Mary Pratt, Marlon Smith, Kath 1 ; - - - of tne pportun .; .vufp , uuimi . wu ; for. CoL and Mrs. Howell, Lieut and Mrs. lPridgen,.MaJ. ',and Mrs.,Tayman, "i" d MMiu.i4i uuuin:,iu tticu ui rhonor of Lieut and Mrs-'Pridgen. Mrs. Pridgen has but Just recently rjoUuKr ?;and Is the newest bride of the earri- son. ' ... . MaJ.. and Mrs.. Tayman are to sail) ifpr;rhomew on, the July transport, the Major baring, a three-months' leave. SThey carry with them many wishes for a hanor risit not only. from their friends of , the 1st- Infantry, but from 1 tneir .menaa. tnrouanout tne service posts and Honolulu, I. Lieut, and Mrs. Andrews rare a rhrmfnr itinnet nn VriAa-v tacf . WnV 'and white sweet neaa and carnations . ... . rormea tne centproicft-tna tn rmnnii " . reflected In, the dainty candTeshadea rW . i - . , The guests were Capt andMm Hop- nuyma, juibs emiu, ana i wwm, reyian ana x-aimer. uol wuiiam MccHinnegie was tne guest or nonor at jl large and greatly enjoyable dinner, giren on Tuesday eyenlng by the, officers of the 1st In f antry. mess. The. occasion was the eel r ebratlon of Col, McGunnegle's sixtieth birthday, and . many were . the good y wishes and congratulations heard dur- i ing the erening. . -Wednesday, Capt and rs. Hopkins weTe dinner hosts, entertaining for Miss Marion Smith and Lieuts. Peyton and Palmer. Red carnations and fea- thery green asparagus ferns with red "ca - ua,e nes lormeu me atiracuvs . j i a i m r UD1 decorations. Sunday Capt and Mrs. Jordan gave an enjoyable luncheon at the Oahu Country Club. The party was composed of Doctor and Mrs. White, , Miss Harriet Ellis, Capt Williams and Capt and Mrs. Jordan, all .of whom motored in from Schofleld. ; Friday evening of last week Lieut and Mrs. Gaugler were hosts of tbe Evening Auction Club. Capt and Mrs. Mason were hosts at the. meet ing this week. . The Monday Club was entertained by. Mrs. Parker. Prizes were won by Mrs. Kennon, Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Gardenhire. I 1 Wednesday Capt and Mrs. Mason entertained at dinner for Col. and Mrs. . Kennon, Miss 'Ellis and Lieut Pey ton. j Last Monday Capt and Mrs, Hop kins entertained at dinner Capt and Mrs. Deems and Lieut and Mrs. Mar tin. i Lieut, Charles Naylor hs been house guest, of Lieut and Mrs. Harold Naylor foj" a number of weeks. . Mrs. Charles Willard, with her little boys, will also be a homeward bound passenger on the Sherman. FT. SHAFTER SOCIETY SpcclaJ Star-Bulletin Correspondence FORT SHAFTER, June 27. Lieut F. P. Jackson was host at a delisntful supper party on Sunday evening at his Quarters In the encanfpment. His guests were Captain and Mrs. Geo. S Gibbs, Captain and Mrs. G. S. Lincoln, Captain Chamberlain and Captain Gib- son. The tea and ' accompanying dance given by Captain and Mrs. Paul B. Maione of the 2nd Infantry on Wed nesday afternoon was the largest function of recent date that has been given at Fort Shafter.' Orer 175 in ritations had been issued and with propitious weather the acceptance list was rery large... From four until six the rooms of the regimental mess were thronged with guests eager to meet the charming slaughter of the host and hostess and for whom the affair was given. Miss Maione recelr ed with. Captain and Mrs. Maione at the bead of -the stairway and the guests then passed on Into, the main 1 rooms or xouna tneir way.m numoers to the hop roonvV The entire upper floor -of the building was profusely decorated in natural flowers and trail ing branches of the pepper tree. In the billiard room the purple bougaln rillea .was-draped' ore? the r pictures and Mixtures - of the room; while in the -tea " room.' masses -of wild flowers made a -most attractive setting. The ltin r-t . fut . mki IHi r i'i mkw 4 1 ma a W per branches made an unusually pret ty picture..- On the balcony Mrs. -Geo. H. Jamerson serred punch through out the afternoon and. in the .library Mrs. Tancia ttrrencn ana. twrs. By W. .Atkinson presided orer an elab orately set table : and poured coffee l and. tea. An . additional ntmch bowl in thA. hnilai ronmwiOr kfrtinivda I R: JParker serring -ws thonged-"about In the Interrals of the dancing. Other ladies assisting In the serrice of re freshments - that consisted of sand wiches and cakes were Mrs. Otto W. Rosenbaum, : Mrs. BenJ. H. Watklns, Mrs. .Thomas C Spencer and Mrs. Robert McCleare. Quite the best pro iramor dance musi PfoyMed af,. 1 thir post the ..hand, of - the 2i gram rof dance' music that has been was supplied by 2nd Infantry that played, continuously during the two nrvwE-wrm mit tbo ysb nun insi f 1 nirsiH ityIn numbers and without cessation. Those calling were Captain and4 Mrs. onel and Mrs.,ReynoldsJiGeneral and Mrs. dward8, captaini-ana Mrs. mc cieare, Captain and Mrs. J'hlsterer, Lieut and Mrs. Gee, Captfand, Mrs. r?hittv unt nVi Mrs. inroAett- nan- itin ami mh nnaontinnm Mmit md Mrs. O'Hara. Cant and Mrs. Winans, Colonel and Mrs. McDonald, Captain (and Mrs. Lincoln, Captain and Mrs. Hannum;. LIeutv and' Mrs. Edgerley, Captain and Mrs. Massee, Lieut and Mrs. Mathews, Major, and Mrs. Woo ten, Capt and Mrs. Harris, Capt and hnilD - iui unVtau and Mrsv ScOtt LleuU and Mrs. Booth, Captain and Mrs. Jamerson, . Lieut;, and Mrs, Besson, Llent and Mrs.. Black, Lieut and Mrs. Longanecker, Capt. and-Mrs. Yf: ... .. Lieut land Mrs. Lore.iL ana ,Mra. jonn- . . . ' - - ' .. I .Am . M RLthABrtn 'O TT "x,tu - 17. rouu luio. ' uciit vvivuci iwiu- mio.- Wm011i m Randolph, Mrs. Ashford, Mrg Boone. Capt and Mrs. Gibbs, Lieut and, Mrs, Preston, Major, and Mrs. Lenlhan. Lieut and Mrs. McAn- 4ft I Mi..:'.l.''-W. K wr 7 drew, Ueut .and Mrs. Spencer, Capt ban- Atkinson. Randolph, Maione, Ja and Mrs. Kay, Capt and Mrs. par.erson, McCleave, Bell, eFendrdall ker, Misses Edwards, Gamble, Case,! and Massee. The following ladies Porter," Scott Alexander, Rosenbaum, I came after cards for tea: Mmes. Ashford. Hardv. Catherine Lenlhan ! and McDonald; Majors Delaney, Wil- i Hams and Smith; Colonel Rafferty, IN MAKING THE PRICES FOR THIS SALE WE ARE NOT CONSIDERING THE COST OF: THE GOODS. 'THIS SUPPLY YOURSELF WITH DRYGOODS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR AT VERY SMALL COST. Fancy and Plain Gingham, Regular 10c yard, now.. 15 yards ior $1.C0 Forest Mill White Cotton, 1 yd. wide; fine and pure, now 12 yds. SIJO Fancy Madras and Shirtings, 32 Inches wide, regular 25c yd, now , . . . 10c'a yard 200 pes. Victoria Lawn, regular $1.25 pee., now . ..75c a piece White and Gray cotton blank.it, 10x10:4, reg. $1.25 pr., now 85c a pr. White and Gray cotton blanket 9x9:4, regular $1.00 pr., now 70c a pr. Fancy Collar Ribbon, regular 40c a yd., now , ..20c a yd. Men's Underwear, Regular price 50c; sale price now 3 for $1X0 .During this Sale our large stock of 'Bargains-ever-offered in this city. T tie to agree We from $1.00, up. Captains Chamberlain, Redington, Cul lison, Gibson and Mudd; Lieutenants Polhemus, Lyman, Greene,"' Calder, Hardlgg; Rose, Camp, Foster, Silres ter, Halloran and Campanole. Mrs. TCharles S. Lincoln and , Mrs: George Gibbs were joint hostesses on Prid4y ; afternoon' for a" large auc tion' brlifge at Mrs. Lincoln's quarters. Seven tables of players competed for the handosme? prizes that were award ed to the successful cues In the after noon's play, Mrs,. Roe won first prize, which was a set of ten handsome ma deira doilies and Mrs. Gee, with second high, score, likewise received ten dpil- les or the same material and work manship. , Mrs. FredendalL who was lowest in points, was awarded a single large tray cover of madeira. The Lin coln quarters were elaborately decor ated in yellow flowers, while the tea table at which Mrs. French and Mrs. Roe presided, ; assisted by Mrs; . Lenl han, and from 'which both tea and cof fee were poured, was a most attractive sight. After play refreshments " con sisting of chicken in aspic, with .rolls, coffee, tea, orange sherbet and cake, were served.. In this serrice the MIss- es Maione, Gibbs. Catherine Inihan, ; bIcycle rfder on the main, road near Scott and Rosenbaum assisted. ThejthA .!nh finnan : Tuvrmii a frizht and list of players embraced Mmea Pres-; ..o, iuwu,uui - terer, Nichols Gee, Wright Mathews, Cuts, Kay. McDonald, Black, Johnson, Parker, Rosenbaum, Watklns, Leni- Reed, Love. LonganecRer, Lawrence. Spencer, Boljer, Boone, Scott Harris, Cooke, French, Mount, Owens, Rey- Corner King & OMiaSl 'p For Two Weeks Men's, Women's and Children's. Shoes' ;" itieaifu rn i t u re for bedroom and mom stained or with any cqibr scHe iland-wrougnt vmow rurniiure ' Will you honor us by examining our tables, settees, trays, bookracks, etc!, in 1-ivlfftil n'Sllrvtir Iitia'-- f., -i-.tt V i' : Bar Harbor Chairs, $5 have . cretonne cushions and. back-pads . ,; "4Ck)sy 'colors; t 'jl' "'' ' ft nolds. Edgerley, McAndrews and Miss Gamble. : .? On last Sunday an enjoyable picnic at Moanalua .took place In which . Cap tain and Mrs. R. M. Cutta, Captaid and Mrs. Hicks, Captain and Mrs. Bunker of Lellehua. Captain and Mrs. Lincoln, Maior Smith and Mr. Gill of Honolulu, parUcipatedrJ7nder;tHe'airectl6n Tof Mrs, Cutts everything ; needful had been prepared by the ladies of the party for a splendid luncheon to which the fullest attention was paid after 18 holes on i the golf course had been played by the male members of the party. While the men were on the links the ladles played an interesting series of rubbers at auction and In this Mrs. Bunker carrier off the honors and the prize. Mrs. Lincoln was second high score. Perfect weather was for tunately prorided ,by: the - high gods and as the Jinks were in. splendid con ditlon barring the fair green for, the first hole, .both the i golf and - card game were highly: enjoyable.1 j.What at first was feared to be a serious ac cident but fortunately, turned out oth erwise, was the lncldent whfereby Cap tain and ;Mrs. Cutts'" little -daughter Alice was knocked down by a heedless. gUperficlal scratches for the little elrl,'. )g nana was a one. Mr. uui wnn ms well-known ability as a golfer carried 0ff the honors, at .the royal game, with Captains Lincoln and Bunker as fairly close in the running. , . Mrs. William Reed of the 2nT In fantry who has been afflicted with at tacks cf rheumatism for some , time past now contemplates making a visit to the states by the next transport to Bethel Streets ''ft ws mm Only Is Now On Men's Shoesregular price 14 ; sals , Men s Hose, regular price 20c a pr., Boys' Blouses, regular price 75c each Boys Suits; X50 cut to ...... r4 0 9 t Boys Suits, 14.00; cut to.. ;:i.r,.;...".;i:.i;.i..ir.$2.S3 Boys Suits, $5.00; 'cut to Boys Suits, $6.00; cut to' i . : Boys BlueSerge Suits, regular $8.50;: will be sold regardless of ;'costi?'::Tf: esi; ' '. - ',;-:;'..-''" living enameled chaiw, this de- i r'""''' ' '' srj;ai 'King Street,,, Near A.laKea- SS35I . endearor to' obtain relief from the , malady. Lieutenant . Reed ; will make application to secure a short leare to accompany Mrs-Roed; but should; jthe pririlege of Ieare.Je denied him, " It is possible that Mrs. Reed's motner, ; Mrs. Homer ; Preston will accom pany -her for. the Journey and during her stay la the sUtes. - A -. .'Miss Hughes of PiedmonC Mrs. Bol ? lert-guest, went to; Schofleld Bar- racks this past week to be the guest of : Mrs. Mitchell of the ;lst Infantry - '; and remained at . that -post orer ; . Tuesday In order to be present at the - ' birthday party and dance giren by the 1st Infantry In honor of - Colonel Mc-; Gunnegle-. on v that erening. - Miss ; Hughes who has made an extended ; visit with Mrs. Boiler now expects to return to her home in Piedmont on the steamer sailing from Honolulu on . July t18.; . rxr-y-- ? :TK.'': ' The fortnightly; hop of the garrison f took place last erening. and was not ably well ; attended. Not; only-were many out from town to enjoy the good floor and excellent music, of the band ' . Of the regiment but'.the proportion of post people was unusual In. size, j ' Guests at the iost .for the hop last ; nlsht Included General and Mrs. C R. Edwards, Dr. an Mrs. Matthews, Pay master and Mrs. P, Willetts Miss Sullk ran. Miss Alexander, Miss McStocker, Miss Edwards. Miss Porter , Miss Bu- chanan and Mr. McStocker. - ; ; Major Smith was host at an informal supper for General and Mrs: Edwards ' and Mrs. George H. Jamerson at his -headquarters after the hop on Friday . erening. ' ' '-; " ': v-'': IS 'YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO JR. price now. X . i . . 1 ,$2.00 m:; pr. now v; . ; j...... , .2 prs. for 2Sc now,, .... ...... i.(tt cbn cut to' . . . . . . J . i . . . . . . 1 . : 3.C0 prces are; positively Ttbeflfeatest "-'- :'-' ' " : v . I - 5 S sr srr-iPi tAS. t Kin ft and Bethel Streets.