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WE have just opened a very handsome line of NEW SPRING GOODS. Elegant new DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY,
FINE TRIMMINGS, and READY-TO-WEAR GOODS. All these are the very latest in material, make and design,
reflecting the newest Spring Fashion Models,
New Spring Veiling
Smart veiling, exploiting new
ideas. Just arrived by the last Ala
meda. Anions; the latest aic RUSSIA NET
VEILINGS in white, navy blue.
Irown, and black, at !5k )d.
THE NEW MAGPIE VEILING,
THE NEW LISbi: VEILING
with chenille dots, in black, brown,
and navy, hcht blue, and white with
black dots, :55c yd.
CHIFFON AUTO VEILS
m light blue, pink, brown, green, and
navy, at $1.25 each.
CHANTILLY AUTO VEILS
square, ltbbon finished, in leading
colors, at !?-.-5 each.
INFANTS' FANCY BLANKETS
light blue and pink checked. SPE
CIAL, (50 pair
in a arictv of stjles.
scalloped border, in light blue and
pink, at 50c each.
Also with Dresden trimmed border,
at 75 each.
A SAMPLE LINE OF SACQUES, in
all styles, lace and embroidery trim
med, from 75c up.
in leading colors. SPECIAL 50( jd.
light ami dark blown, with cuffs.
bPECIAL, 91.00 pair.
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH
12-yard pieces. SPECIAL 91.00 pc.
pure linen, pink and blue checked.
special, iay2 yd.
a new assortment, 'of the kind vou
can put in the tub and take out as
fresh and clean as new.
THE FIRST CORRECT SHOWING . '
OF AUTHENTIC STYLES FOR SPRING.
Considering the carlincss of the season, our opening display is re
markably complete. The exclusive models from GAGE and KEITHS, as
well as our own creations, mirror Hew York and Paris fashions. The
steamer Alameda brought 122 CASES OF HATS. These arc now being
opened, and this coming week you will find hundreds of NEW MODELS
on display Correct Copies of New York, Chicago, and foreign designs at
prices sufficiently moderate to appeal to you.
fi'or Spring" Dresses
Many different patterns of new Spring LACES have just arrived. A
splendid assortment of White, Cream, Ecru, and Black. The colored
laces and laces with gold arc favorites for Spring. BABY IRISH and
VENISE BANDS, in White, Cream, and Ecru, MALTESE and CLUNY
LACES, COLORED VALENCIENNES LACES with insertions to match,
GOLD VALENCIENNES LACES, with insertions to match, NEW FILLET
BAND TRIMMING, THE NEW DROP AND BUTTON EFFECT LACES,
GOLD ALL-OVER YOKINGS, NEW FLOUNCE EMBROIDERIES, in demi
and full length, ALL NEW PATTERNS
Our Spring importation of Infants'
Wear has just arrived. The daintiest
and prettiest LONG AND SHORT
DRESSES that vou have ever seen,.
Prices ranging from 91-00 up.
LONG AN.D SHORT SKIRTS
hemstitched, daintily trimmed, from
made of fine material, hemstitched
and embroidery trimmed, 35 a pair
made of fine nainsook, neatly trim
med and well made, at 75.
CHILDREN'S NIGHT GOWNS
embroidery trimmed, in all sizes,
75 and 91.00.
EMBROIDERED IXANNEL GOWNS.
NEW NORMANDY CAPS.
Come and1 See Them
NEW MODELS IN
We have just opened a new assort
ment of LINGERIE and TAILORED
WAISTS the well-known brands
of CHRISTY and KNICKERBOCKER,
which means Correct Sstyles and
Clever Spring Suits arriving with
every steamer, the latest-style
thoughts of the most famous design
ers. The advance models arc one and
two of a kind. They arc made of fine
"beer materials in white, delicate
pink, and blues, handsomely trimmed
with lace and fine embroidery, and
l Very Moderately Priced.
PRINCESS GOWNS from 97.50
upwards. See our window display.
White P.K. Hats
button on crown, scalloped edge 75
Soft Crown, scalloped or embroidery
trimmed, at 91.00.
X M o
GOODS CO., Ltd
I 'i" I H I iMi hWil ill i ' 'ill
. SOCIAL CHATTER. isse: HOME TALK a
I)li:s- NIGHT nl the Vnlver- of Mbs Kucibcvilt i.n I ill.t .illhoilRli.
sit) Club on Turailu was nt- Lecuwo nr lui mh.Hi im ,i Hive ill
ended li man) fair guests
U.I!T( t)H 111 l'lht I .
and, notwithstanding the-raln. I eoull I u ulei l in
there were churmlng f locks "K people
niul stunning lints seen Anions
the most noticeable ones weie those
worn by Mrs James Jinlil anil Mis.
C. W Cnse-Deerlug. Mrs. Judd's was
n 1 1 cat Ion In peacock liluo with a
I'lil.llps Is inn- of I). .mi est men
who bis over lielil but h a UK.innJule
IKisltlou In the Statu I)i piruiu'iil Ho
vvus appointed Third Assist nil Sccio
tary on December 8, ltl'ic, lie belongs
wreath or pink loses. ver) p.ett) and )" 0,' "' "', "''""I1 nu' hu1 l,0n
becoming. Ties of peacock blue en- '""!" 'c" In Mwwnchu.iU,. r.u.ily
tlrcleil tho throat Mrs. UecrlliB's
hiiomlnt; li.it was In tones or old rose
ami the shape very quaint. Among
cithers present wore .luilgo and Mis
llallou, the latter looking very sweet
linked In it toilette or painted chlT
fon with picture hat or blink. With
them wcio Mis Walter I.ecds or Los
Angeles, whoso husband Is In tho
State I.eglsl.ituie or California, and
' Mr Will ltnlh At ininttinr tnbtn
jl were seen .Mr and Mrs William Love,
.Mir and Mis Howard Hitchcock.
Di. IIodgliiB, who sails for a hip.
tti Amcilea nnil Europe, gave a din
ner that evening at which wcro Dr.
i nnil Mis. Iiwln or llllo, I)r and Mis.
llnrviu "llnrrnv. llr mill Mm IV Wn.
h 'lerhoiise. Or. and Mis Lnnghornc,
I)r. nud Mrs Junius Jtidd, Ur. Clins
' ,'einpei, and Iliitish Consul Italpli
b l'orstei. Quite an turn) or medUbs
'and. Dr. Arniltugo entci tallied
guests nt another table, among whom
wnpn Mli.a 11.1V dtlmlH titpannt Uiirn
y.lr. David Anderson, Mr lohn Me-
' Klimnn. nml mnnv other tttihitn -
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lifSiil.,. It uu ignite Kum .i;in"
tho llovvcrs at every table and
''Minded lights making u ver) pietty
- effect. Atter dlnnei theio was music
nml mnn plajeil games or raids
After so successful an attempt, tho
'Club should open its poituls uftonir
In this boelil way
Miss Roosevelt Threatened.
.' WnrlilllL'ton Pell 2i Mlvu rtlwil
pi'ltoosovclt, who has Just made het do
slnit, nlie.nl Is icpoited to bo on the
FJjergo or an engagement, ami tho gos
rich In Colonial hlbfoi) and distill
Anung the popular women In Wnsh
liutun nielli) Is Mis Suthei land, wire
of Seintor Sulhrlnnd. who enter
tained rnceutl a' n rose-pink lunchum
In tin private drawing room or "iho
Highlands In honor or hu debutante
d.mghlcr, Miss Ildlth'Slitlieihud Tho
table I'icointltiim vvtio reins und Kit
larutv lines The gueots wcro Miss
ijleanor Itldgel), Miss Annie Irwin
Miss Helen Rich man, Mlbs Salllo (lai
Huston. Miss Dnrnth) l.angtltt. Miss
Harriet Hutch, Miss Allcu Goodwin,
Miss Elizabeth rioodnlii, Miss Helen
Downing. Miss 'Iiescoti, Miss I. llllo
Klnley Miss Alexundrlno Kltrh, Miss
1'ollv Mason, Miss Marthcn.i Hani
son. Miss Alice Shtipnrd, Miss .Margar
et Mlelile, Miss Sheiidau, Miss Alice
I.a Trance loses In all theli delicate
beauty derorateil the table nl the dlu
tier given by Mr. ami Mis C M Wat
sou, im Tueudu) night Ho.hu place
ennls and menus or rosc-solored satin
'bo , lurtliur iimbclllslied the peifoctly up.
pointed table, nml tho guests included
Captain and Mrs. Pulls, Mr nml Mrs
I pwtiin lluiin, Mi. and Mis Uldley
AmoiiK the guests who came lu nftm
diiimii for bridge woro Dr. and Mrs.
Haiviy Mm i ,i und Mr. Ralph I'or
An elabcuato liiini wnH given cm
Tuenlay In Mrs. Charles Lucas at
"Mil," liei Diamond Head villa. In
lionoi or Mis. Zlnlu and Miss linden
A large tent I'ccurateil like a garden
bins mo lnisy wondering whether she
will imutnnrlf, lint e pililltirr fmir vonm ' u.u tl.n r,lil.ntl. .. ...In, r,,n !..,.. .,,nu
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fifiin tho Uiatico ol becoming a While tho round table it -which tho guests
i 'JHoueo bride 'wore seated This wns most be iiilirul.
, Tho luck) man, according to icport tho masses or pn'npiiln vinos almost
Cafjn dlpiomilic circles, Is William l'hll- hldliig the tahlo. wo mtiriicillv wlto
I IltllR. Till 1 ,1 ARClulnilt KlPlftlnrV lt llutt ni-r.ii.i-n.l llAll.nl.. 1,1a ..f . I..
'Stale It Is said that riillllns Is ileclil- lets. LiirmilloiiH und tlm mlnuisn umo
. 7 lilt Iictrlll1. I'llltlt lirKIl I lui ttnfitlllu trliiiti mil 1i inii.et i.ii.l li,. .1 1. ,!..,. ....
pi tlzlngl hot v.tre delicious. The'
tiflviliuni wns devoted to bridge The
guests weie Mis A Rim tie). Miss
l'.itv Mis Vletuli Waul Miss I.IIC)
Wird, Mis K S Ctiuh i M s Halve)
Miiuav, Mrs CJi in lloo li Mis Cl.ua
hihmlilt. Mis lUldfoiil, Mrs A Mil
goon Mlxs Mawouii, Mis (1 Micas,
Mrs i: Lucas, Mr. .las Dousheit),
Mrs Murphy. Mrs Wilglit. Mlbj Kill
Wight. Miss Ciirtlt, .Miss Iloslo Hei
licit, Miss l.ucits, Miss Mnry Lucas.
Iho Hiun.mo Society ulwnjs meet.i
the first Wednesda) or earji miuitli
lu the lounging loom of the Alexand
er Young hotel Tho piei-ciit roller
committee Is o.umposcd of Mrs. Fran
els M, Shuiiz), Mrs. Alivnnder (1
ll.iv.es, Jr, und Mi Allan Hetbert
All) cases ur cruelty, t Ithet to animal i
or humans, can be lepoited to them
nnd they will be luimeiilitel) attended
Cuds have been leceived as fol
lows. Mi nud Mis Albeit Spencer
Wllco lecptcst the lionoi or our
presence lit the mnulage leceptlnn or
their dauglitci lUliel Kul.inanu and
Mi (ia)hud I'ail.e Wlleux on Wed
ncjsil.i), the ldth or Muieh, nineteen
hundied and nine, at half aftei eight
o'clock l.llohuuti, Mime, Kauai.
Mr nud Mrs Praucis llatcheUlei or
Itoston wbn inn cin utu nt lint At.
nuclei Voting, sailed for the Vidc-iiml
cm Tnesdii). They weie Induced io
visit Hawaii b a lecttllo whlcl. thev
utlemled In Iiohtou, given by Ml. lliu-
ton Ilulnies good piomotlnn wo. It
An uttinctlve and luteiestlni; liiuch
eon was given on Tluuril'iv bj il-s .1
1' ConUe, who bus bum civ lug a ti rles
or this I'onn of 1'iileit ilnnieut (im
genus long slemmc d roses decorated
the table, and mimic ami while violet
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.,jp,ib "ill; iiioiiiiiu i-icii Hiieni
Attci luncheon imzzlo nlctiirei weio
puFcnled ami the one who wotktd the
difficult iiinbleni lh.it lec-elvc 1 the
prize. Thorn was a general scramble I
but silence lelgncd nt last und Mis
Griffiths waB declined the prUe win
nci, hiving worked out hei piiz'e lu
an exceeding!) blunt time v m of
cl'olssonmie was given her amidst the
general congiatiilallons It wis ureal
lun and n di elded change finni the
omiilpiebcut bildgu. The guests in
cludid Mts (liinil.ile Mrs. William'
lane Mrs (liailes Dole of llcislou,
Mis Jumes Unit Mrs Dlckcv, Mis.
Alonzo (la-tlcv Mis (irllllths, Mix.
Kllzabeth Cliuith Mrs Claieneo
Cooke. Mis I i.ink nilllnghnni, Mrs II,
Wiilei house. Miss draco Cooke, Miss
Anna l'ails. uL
Mr. C A llrnvn was llio host or
nn eligniU dinner in tho prlvnto din-Iiig-i
ooni ol tlm Alexander Young
Hotel cm Thuisdny evening In honor
or Mi. and Mis IMvvard DuUcnbeig.
'I he table was exctilsltely set with
lleli Ameileuu lle.mty loses, fcriib,
and icise-shadeil caudles. The guests
included Mr nud Mrs. Hubert Shin
gle, Mlis liene Dickson, Miss Saun
deis, Mi Urutu Cartvvrlght, Jr., Mr.
Mi and Mrs (lecitco IJntcheldcr
and btiu ilepait for Sail. Pianclsco on
Monday after a ver pleasant stay in '
(he Islands. They have been much
ontci tallied and have enjojed the en
tertainments provided for them Their
bun Kit gavo a surfing party on Wed.
nesdny to ninny of his )oung friends,
nud the sandwiches, lees, and cukes
weie thoroughly cnJo)ed under the
ruinous ban tree.
Miss Mnrlo vou Holt when last hoard
from, was In I'arls on her way to Join
Mr, nodfiey llrown, her uncle, who
wns In Nice. He vlhllcd the Mac
intoshes In the county vvhero Canon
Mnclntosh Is officiating He Is most
coinfcu tubl) situated, with a pony nnd
vehicle for going about, n pleasant
house with fruit nnd vegetable garden
adjoining, and not too much wink
Thcro was n brilllaut gathering of
men and women nt the jealdcnce ur
Ouveinor and Mrs. Fiear on Tuesday
artcn.oon 'nt 4 o'clock to listen to
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PIAIN, FANCY, and BORDERED,
A fine assortment of CASH'S W4SH BRAIDS to trim
New Shirt Waists
Long sleeves, some with the new colored EMBROIDERY
and LINGERIE EFFECTS.
Mis. Augustus Kmulsun's address cm
tho great movement, the conseivntlou
or the natural lesources of tho Unit
ed States, In which all America Is
Intense!) Interested The meeting was
under the nitsplces or the Collego
Club, mini Mrs Hendricks, president
of the Club, in a revv vvcll-choBen
words, grncetully Intioduced Mrs.
t., M.lann sinli 11 linn lutt rnnnntlti 1
IllUUOVIl ntiu lltio uuv ii.v.v.iivi I vi
tinned from the Woman's National
Itlvcrs and Harbors Congress, which
was held In Washington last Decem
ber. Mrs. Knudscn made a charm'
ing nppenranco, and her choice and
dcoply thought-out address appcnlcd
directly to tho Intelligence of every
one present, She is nn unusual t)pe,
and as she Blood before tho audience
sho seemed a veritable Impersonation
of good deeds nnd ardent work for a
cause which Is close to tho heart of
every thoughtful man nnd woman In
America. She was dressed In a rich
toilette of white cloth and embroidery
inado empire, and when sho finished
her own address, which was enthusi
astically received, sho read personal
letters fiom ex-I'resldcnt Roosovcll,
Secretary of the Interior Mr. James
111. Garfield, Chief l'orcster Mr. Gif-
,ford I'lnchot, and Honorahlo V. H.
J Newell, all 011 the same lines and
urging America to awako to the pres
ervation of its forests nnd partlcu
huly nppi ovlng the Woman's Con
gress in all Its brunches. There wcro
local addresses by Governor I'renr,
Judge Dole, exGovoinor Ci.iter, tho
Itt ltov. Illshop Hestnrlek, tho Ilev.
Doremus Scudder, and Mr. llosmer.
The laut nddic&s was a scholarly emu
and to the point. Atter the meeting
Mis. Knudscn eniolled fifty membeis
and a committee will ho appointed by
,1161 in which practical work will bo
undertaken. An extract from her
speech Is as follavvsi'Tiom tho depth.)
or the darkest coal mlno to the Ioni
cs t bight of the brilliant snow-capped
mountains, fiom the tiniest
stieam lu tho forest to the mouth of
the greatest river, comes a voice to
those who have cars to hear con
ceive tho vast 1 Iches which aio with
in (lie earth, preserve tho foicsta;
eontiol the livers, bo that In all time
to como ou, tho people of this great
Nation, can sing: 'I wilt lift up mlno
o)cs to tho hills whence cometh my
stieugtli, 0 Lord, how smulfold uio
Thy works tho earth Is full or Thy
Miss Anna Danfonl, who sailed with
Miss Krupp for the Orient jesturdny,
was given a tea on Wedpesdii) by Mis.
Walter Hoffmann at her aitlstlc- tesl
denco In l.lllha street. The lea table
as well as tho house, was decorated
with cut flowers und gieens, and much
regret was expressed nt Miss !lu.
vvard'B cleparturo by her friends, ul
though ihey quite realize tho pleasuui
It will bo for her. Sho will visit her
tlster, Mrs, Vincent Kltcnt, before re
turning to II01111I11I11, Mrs. Kltcat, by
the wiijr, had n very agreeable Juuiney
to Suva, rijl, vvhero bIio was last
heard from. The guests on Wedni'S
da)' Included Lady Hen on. Mis. Stan
ley, Miss Stanley, Mrs. I angu, Mrs.
Cotton, the Misses Cntton, Mis. Super,
tho Misses Sopet, Mrs. Will Super,
Mrs. James Cuckliurn Mrs King, Miss
Kruppe, Mrs. Trailer and many cithers.
DInneis galore at the Country Club
will he en leglo this evening, tho
moonlight making the functions de
lightful. There Is to ho dancing aft
erward and nearly all tho tables liavo
Lcen already engaged, the monibciH
taking this opportunity of Inviting
their ft lends. What can ho 11101 n
delightful than tho hi mil ot the Couu
tiy Club 011 a moonlight night?
Mr. Hcur) V Isenbeig, of the Hutch
inson I'lutitatlon Co m pan), Hawaii,
was a passenger lu tho Ten)o Mum,
via tho Oilent and Siberia, for Ger
many. He Is a brother or Mrs. Curl
Woltcrs and whllo In Honolulu was 11
guest at the Moaua hotel
Mr and Mis. Chmlos 1J. Wells have)
tho honor or announcing tho 111.11 ilago
or their iliiuglitor Uiuiii to Mi. W. II.
II, Kovvler on Wednesday tho seven
teenth or rebiuary, onu thousand liluo
bundled 'nnd nine, nt Ilcthleheni, l'enn
s)lvanln. Tea-time on boa id the transport
Thonius jestenkiy wns cjulte 11 gay
period, the officers entertaining many
of theli rah fi lends, nnd tho baud
plii) Ing Its most brilliant nlis,
Dr Harvey Murray expects to have
his new olllri'B completed h) Iho 20th
of March Dr. Victor Collins will ou.
cup) hair of the buildlui;.
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