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THE HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., LTD., ADMINISTRATORS OF BOOTH ESTATE
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OUE AUTOS ABE AT YOUR fcufc VICE
Six Tript Daily until Pate of Sale
or
Drive your Family up to see these Lots
thia afternoon.
SIGHT IS CONVICTION
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A Gcxiiplcuoui Sign on Each Xot gives
you the Number and the Upiet Price.
ventually
You Will E
Livo Somdvjhb ro on
4ho Foothlllo '
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10 degrees cooler than Waikiki.
10 minutes only from King Street.
TANTALUS climate and vistas, but an
all-year-round country home within walk
ing distance of the business district
Macadamised Roads.
Daily provision deliveries.
ALL PUBLIC UTILITIES
Panoramic View from Diamond Head
td the Waianae Mountains.
This is a Rare
'Opportunity to
Select the Site
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A Neighbor if You Buy on Pacific Heights.
FOR MAPS AND FULL PARTICULARS SEE
PHOHE 1571 123 lIEROSAirp. STREET
Auctioneers OY U aWSlODgHTD TOOSft' an UM:
PHONE 1255. 120 S. KING STREET
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THE tnsiscaiezt cf HIzi Tlorlt
Ltctniund n! llr. Arthur E,
lUst&rick i &n&QTiQcsd-And c&rds
ire ct for as "At Hcs" la IIIsj
LAchsund'i honor glrca ty lira. II. B,
HfEtsrick and Mrs. It. H. L!cGrew at
.the LULcp'i . Hocae, tsca square,
TLnredar, Junt Sl at 4 o'clock. Th9
ta&rrlage . is' to 4ake placa in tn
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fHE ALLIED WAR REJJEP BENE
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" On the Tcdng ct Jw the TV
plls of Madam Letter are oisr to
Slte a' varieil and chanrlng tlanctes
prcgrainfas a benefit for the JIawafc
laa- AlUel War Iltllef Work. v Some
among those ' entertaining -will be
Pat" Fentoa of Australia. Little Ily
brta Humes ia ; another faicicatlnj
little entertainer, and QwenflolinWat'
erhcuxe ; will do v, eipeclaUy - pretty
datsea. , Bryant. deeper aid Cer4
Illcrth-will give tte Clack and' Wtlta
Trot, ' trhlc waa . luca ? .a charming
number ca the recent exhlhltloa- pro
gram .thit Madam Lester gare. f
"-'A large audience Is expected aa ttte,
tlckete , are ielUng it?lcnilily, : J The
tnttlnee oa Friday for the junior fcnd
youngetera of the city la an added tea
ture that will be pleasing to pareataf
and fritadf.-j.;'f;tv:
Ur. : V. Vi Neweiraad Mra. . Georgia
rJa G. Scottwere carried at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon, at the residence "of
Iter.: Dr. , William. It Fry. 2 After
honeymoon tour of the,, island, Mr.' and
Mra, Newell will make their home .on
Elerentir arcane,- KataukL :, ; : :..
A Sale
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"e, are now offeringusuliiableihen"
special inducement, tq , visit jQurviiew Household Depart-Ji
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; The :f ollowing : numbers are ia tride selections of neat !
patterns and are absolutely all lmen, : . .
: rour omereni patterns 01 u-incntaDie iinen, xonneny
priced at $150, tow $1.75.yard. Napkins to noateh, form-, i
erly $6.25,.now $5.00 do2en.V;NV-.;;v.:.-:vv...;;i
' Eight different" patterns of 70-inch-table linen,' form-
erly$2.00, now $L50 per yard. r Napkins to match, ffonn-i
4 erly: $5.50 now.$4.50 doren30:;S;.,; f
jn.inu. ji mru A'lvr annex
- ' : Also for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Each of the following prices represent a special assort- :
ment of reduced! dresses including choice' . selections of
; - materials, color fTectsahd styles CThe Talues are ex
ceptionally inducife. : , ' -
include styles suitable for street wear. '
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fyVhite Cord
X.$5.00 skirts now $3.00; $7ii6nd $3.00 skirts now $5.00.
vf-V ,;' ' On the Second JFloor Annex :
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Ttt" Penton. clerer and' remarkable child entertainer, who has trade
thousands of dorfars for Red Cross work In - Australia, and who will do a
"stunt at tke Hawaiian Allied Kelief concert to be presented on the
erenlng of the 22d of this month. She is only seven years old.
' .The matinee which will be one of dollars for war relief work. She and
the features of this dancing exhibition ' relatives are stopping at the Young
of Madam Lester's pupHa on June 22 HoteL
at, ther Bijou wlU be welcome news Another talented juvenile is Hvberta
to the small kiddies of Honolulu. 1 Humes, who is a very graceful dancer.
Added, features win be the appear-, A beautiful number will be the Black
anct of averal clever children here,' and White trot by Gerd. Hkrth and
One a girl of seven. Tat Fentoa. She j Bryant Cooper. The Ust of patronesses
is to do a "stunt which is to be a i represents the society wohaen of Hono
urprlse. This youngster come from' lulu and a large audience will greet
Australiahd has made thousands of the dancers. s
WOMEN OF CALIFORNIA AID
WAR WORK
SAN FRANCISCO From buying
Liberty Losyi bonds to fitting herself
to mi the humblest , positions of
menial service.. woman is making her
self a useful cog in the great wheel
of war. She is working on the prin
ciple that no unit is too insignificant
to be considered.. -There are ambu
lances Id be driven. Failing that, she
drive service wagon, as auto-
win
mobUe truck which carries supplies
from base to demand.
There are wounds to bind If she
finds herself without training as a
real nurse she will go as a nurse's
helper, ready to bold the bandages
and carry the water and oils. There
are many millions of war bonds to be
purchased. If she cannot afford to
buy twenty or ten or five she buys
one. If she has not the price for the
one she pays five dollars "down" and
pledges her word that she will pa)
the balance when she can.
Such is woman in time of stress.
Ope of the latest instances of her re
sourcefulness is given at Wellesley
College, the alumnae of which has tor
its president & fan Francisco girl,
Misa Mabel Pierce. The alumnae is
conducting a campaign for life mem
berships at $25 each, the aggregate
fund to be invested in Liberty Loan
bonds. In the ordinary course of
events each alumna of Welles lej
would pay her dues to the alumnae
annually. In the present regime she
is urged to pay 125 In a lump sum
for a life membership, that her $25
may go into the eoffers from which
the war is to be financed. Miss Pierce
left yesterday for New York, where
she will attend the commencement
week affairs at Wellesley, beginning
June 20.,
v From this activity it is a far cry to
wireless telegraphy, but not too far
for .the ingenious mind of woman to
encompass. Two of San Francisco's
yenfivg society matrons, Mrs. Baldwin
Wood , and Mrs. George Howard. Jr.,
have declared their intention of tak
ing a course in this interesting work,
a wording knowledge of which win
be an important asset to one who
would want to assist the Signal Corps
-rSan Francisco Chronicle, June 3. '
WEDDING A SURPRISE
Mr. W. Somerset Maugham, who
was recently In Honolulu for a short
stay, was married a few days ago in
Jersey City to Mrs. Syrie Wellcome of
London. ,It was a surprise to ever?
one, and the, ceremony was quietly
performed in- the presence of Ldy
Colebroke and Edward Sheldon, Jie
playwright Mrs. Maugham arrived
in -New York recently from Loauon.
She is the daughter of Thomas lier.
nardo, the London philanthropist, and
was divorced last year from Heury
Wellcome, head of the firm of Well
come, Burroughs ft Co., famous lv
lish chemists.
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MRS. MAUD THOMPSON ENTER
TAINS
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luinuci, ivbiuu, 4uue jai a.
Maud Thompson of Lihue entertained
a party of friends at the new ball in
the Tip-Top building on Monday e veiling.
About 50 friends were present and
enjoyed the dancing. Music was fur
nished by the Mallno Hawaiian orchestra.
The hall was very prettily decorat
ed and with the fine ventilation and
fans proved to be ideal for dancing.
Refreshments were served and danc
ing continued until midnight.
KATHARINE GOODSON'S PIANO
RECITAL
Katharine Goodson will appear at
the second and last of her recitals this
evening at the Memorial hall. She 4
needs no encomiums from any one for
her splendid work speaks for her.
The Morning Music Club is working
hard to make this concert the success
in attendance it should be.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ren ton Hind are
receiving the good wishes of their
many friends. A baby girl has come
to make her home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A Cooke
have gone over to the Volcano House
for a few days' stay. They were ac
companied by three children.
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
Many of the younger set of Hon
lulu are beginning to go to the- main
land for their faU and winter school
terms. Several left this week.
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During the rest of Mr. and Mrs.
La Baron Gurney's stay in Honolulu
they will be the home guests of Mr.
and Mrs.. James L. Coekburn.'
Mr. and Mrs, Will Wheaton, who
have been the house-guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Lucas, hare, gone to the
Volcano House for a month. -
Mr. and Mrs, A. S. Le Baron Gur
ney of Hllo are guests at the Pleas
anton HoteL Thev 1it tar thfi
Hawaii home Saturday.
Mrs. Guatav 8chaefer and her two
small daughters left for a main
land visit of two months duration. :
Miss Ruth Anderson entertained,
complimentary to Miss Ruth Richards,:
on Tuesday afternoon. . , v ..:
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Mrs. Harry Corbett of Hllo arrived!
on the Msuna Kea this morning for
4 fav :daya'. stay. - . ":
8nrgeon and Mrs. N. C. Anderson.'
U. 8. N, and : child arrived on thU
week's transport. -
Lieut, and Mrs. t.
C, and child arrived this week from
the mainland. , 4 - .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baldwin
Maui came over for the June polo
and racing " : .;
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Mr. end Mrs. H. Glade were t out
going passengers today. . Jy;
M. Decker, C. Ar
Wash Goods
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At Moderate Prices ;
More women are buying thse fabrics now than at any
other time of the year. This can be accounted for by the
fact that it is to be a Wash Goods season.
In the large collection of these material which we are -
now showing are Percales, Ginghams, Calicos, jKque.f;
Muslins, Cambrics and many, others in a wide range of !
designs and colorings, including stripes, checks and dots, v
These extremely moderate prices are greatly responsi- :
ble for the many yards that are selling' daily. " : t--
Hotel St near Port

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