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EVENING DULLKTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATUIIDAY, MAU. 12, 1910.
jOWj" $? ft
Mil! March Bargains
A PHICE SALE ON LADIES' PETIICOATS AND CORSET
COVERS WILL BE THE STORE ATTRACTION HERE FOR A
,. LADIES' PETTICOATS
$ .75 Petticoats now..S .SO
1.00 " ' .. .75
to, 1.25 " " .. 1,00
1.G0 " " .. 1.23
2.00 " " .. 1.50
S .15 Corset Covers now 15c.
.40 " " " 25c.
.50 '" " " 40c.
.75 " " " 50c.
1.00 " " " 75c.
s These prices will only be continued for a few days, and e
advise yon to not postpone r visit to our stcrc.
Send Us Your Order ior I
v FRESH FISH .
Phone 505 Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fuh Market
TABLETS ARE THE MOST EFFEC-
TIVE IN WARDING OFF THE
GRIPPE AND IN RELIEVING THE
DISTRESSING FEATURES IN A
COLD IN THE HEAD.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Will be Continued for One
100 FELT HATS, formerly $2.00,
$2.50, and $3,00 each, now
$1.00 each. J
200 STRAW HATS, formerly $1.75.
$2.00, and $2.50 each, now
100 DERBY iHATSrall shapes, for
merly $3, $3.50, and $4,
now $1.50, $1.75, and $2.00.
GENUINE PANAMA HA1S, all shapes,
formerly $10 and $12, now
$5 and $6.
PORTO R1CAN STRAW HATS, latest
shapes, formerly $1.50, now
CRAVENETTE ad LEATHER AUTO
--CAPS, formerly $3, now $1.50
CANVAS HATS and CAPS, formerly
j25c to $1.50, now 15c to 75c
See Our Window Display
L B, KERR & GO.,
among tho Army, but tlio Iccnl folk ns
well, This )uuns c tuple, by tholl
chatm of maimer rind genuine good
will and i hovpltn'lty, have endeared
themschos to tlio Island folk, and they
will bo keenly misted when they leave
In April. The Mnjor will" not go di
rectly to another Army Post, hiving
len granted n four months' leave ot
nbsenco Mrs Wadhami' mother may
Join them In their Kuroiican trip.
Mrs. John Drew will entertain In
formilly at.brl(lK 1I1U afternoon at her
pietty homo on Kamihameha Ave.
His gathering will no n sin. ill affair
ns theie will ho hut three or four
Owing to alterations at the Hall,
Moannlua, Mr. and Mrs. T)amont will
not be at homo after Saturday the
19th vlnst. until completion of tlio
work. The gardens will be open as
A Jolly stag luncheon was glcn Fri
day nt the Young Hotel in honor of
Doctor McNnb and Dr. Howard, Cov
crs wero laid for ten. The tablo tlic
oiatlona wero In scat let and green.
Colonel von Sctirndcr wn an out
going pasxengtr on tho V. 8. transport
Thomas and will resume Ills duties of
Chief Quartermaster, Department of
This afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Damon will entertain Informally
at tea, at beautiful Moanalun, In
honor of Captain and Mrs. Malson,
Mr. ami Mm. Darker of Portland.
Qregon, wh'o wero guests nt the Mo
ana for BQveral months depart:.! on
the Korea, March 8th.
Mr. llruc'o Citrtwrlght, .Ir. left on
thoFteamci1 Korea en route (o Kuroric,
and will bo gone Indefinitely.
Mrs John Scott N'oblo Is n visitor
from Seattle and Is n guest at tho
Mrs John Hind of Kohnla ban been
a visitor in Honolulu for tho part
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Klamo'i 'of much social activity, not onlj
Htty of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick
Klampi' friends were delightfully
entertained at bildgc, Friday otcn-,
lug, at their beautiful home on
Thurston avenue. The house through
out was decorated with long
stemmed lleauty roses. The house,
on eiitcillig, gmo one the Impression
of entering a beautiful rose gardep,
for these exquisite flowers wero used
lu Ishly. About sixty guests were
picRent. nnd beautiful przes wore
Mr. and Mrs. Smith's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith of
Seattle, Wash., entertained Thurs
day evening nt dluicr at the Mo
nna hotel. Coders weio laid for ten.
the color scheme for tho dinner was
pink and green. A large fancy
Innket was filled with delicately
tinted pink enrnatiot. , the basket
was vellc 1 In pink lu.le. Around
the handles of tho basket, tiny jlec
trie lights wero placed, cocrcd wi..i
pliik silk shades. Unique placo
.irds dtslgnated the plncea of tho
KUia'.s. Candolabrn containing can
dles ultli dainty shades were placed
nt lutennls on tho table. Mrs,
Smith, who Is an cxtrcmelj hand
some woman, looked Btunnlng In nu
Imported French gown of blue hg
uted cliltron oor blue. Tho dress
was draped, with a tunic effect
sl.lit, Tho ruisago was composed ct
gold tiinimlng. Miss Smith looked
ery pretty In a maize colored satin.
Mr. Mnrlx wore u robo of real lace.
Ml.iH Stophens looked girlish and
pretty In figured pink mulle. Mrs.
Ilnmsey was a picture in a white
Ipco princess frock. -After dinner a
number of the guests participated In
the hop which was given that open
ing nt the Monna. Among Mr. and
Mrs. Smith's guests were Captain
nnd Mrs. Mnrlx, Captain and Mrs.
Rnnwey, Miss Stophens, Mr. Mullford
and Lieut. Kllgore.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder's Dinner.'
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilder were
tho host and hostess at a brldgo din
ner on Wednesday ovcnlng. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Diesso and Captain and
Mrs Matron wera tho complimented
guests. The dinner table was a
prufurlnn of Mnrchtol Nlcl roses jel
low having been chosen for tho color
scheme. After dinner soveral excltr
Ing games of bridge woro onjojed.
Among Mr. and Mrs. Wilder's guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Bresse, Captain
and Mrs, Matson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Camp-'
bell, Mr. nnd Mis. Edward Tenney,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drown, and
Mr. and Mrs, Frederick Klebahn. '
Captain and Mrs. Marix's Dinner.
American Iicauty roses were the
flowers chosen by Captain and Mr.1,
Mnrix for tho onjoyaulo dinner they
gnvo last Saturday cenlng nt their
coity homo on lllngham street. Cov
ers were laid for ten.
Thi' following partook of Mr, and
.Mrs, Mnrix hospitality wore: Mr. ami
Mrp. J. A. Gclln, Mr. and Mrs. Jan. P.
Cooko Consul and Mrs. Forstcr, Mr.
and Mra. Harry Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Faxon Bishop's
Mr. nnd Mrs D, Faxon Dlshop en
tertained In honor of twolvo guests nt
a delightful dinner Tuesday ovnnlng
at their palatini home In Nuuati'i Val
Icy. Tho decorations of the dining
room and tho dinner tablo wero In Al
frcd Carrier roses and smllax. Hand
some hand painted cards were placed
at tho places of each guest. After
dinner tho oenlng was devoted to
bildgc. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. B Faxon Dlshop, Mr.
and Mrs. Dretibo, Captain nnd Mtt
MatsonTMr. and Mrs. Morrison, Mr.
and Mrs. Tcnny, Mr. and Mm Fred.
utlck Klebahn Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel
Mr. and Mrs. Lowrey'i Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Low re) entertained nt
an exquisitely appointed dinner on
Sunday in honor of Captain and Mrs
Matbon of Han Francisco. Ilia clr
cular tablo ns decorated In. Ceclcl
lirunner roses and maidenhair fern
Covers wcie laid for ten. ..
The dnnco given nt the Moana
Hotel Monday evening in honor of
tho officers of lire 14th Infantry was
n brilliant affair. Tho 14th infan
try, baud plajed In tho park of the
ilcilel and tho largo grounds sur
rounding the Moana and the commo
dious Iannis were crowded with peo
ple. At 9 o'clock the iiiubIc start
ed an excellent quintet club fur
nished the music and tho dancing
was kept up until tho wee , Bmall
hourB. The 17th Infantry Is con
sidered one of the best regiments In
the army. This regiment has been
through Honolulu n number ot
times, consequently the officers and
their wives are well acquainted here.
Tho many friends of Mojor and Mrs,
Samuel Wndhimii will r"K.et iu hear
that tho genial vMnJoj nasi Ikpii oi
dcrod n.ay, mil tint ho iiml hl
churning ulfo will leaio on tho April
transport for tho mntnlind Malir
W.tdhamii lias been blntloueJ at Fort
Slufter and ho nnd his wife have
made a boat of frlpndH ilurlmr. tboli
Bti In llm IslindH; In fact their
friends mo legion. Tho pretty homo
of tho WadhaniB has been tho centor
Sao Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jiut oppoilte Uotl 8t Frsncls
European Plan SI .BO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
ings cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On tarllnes trans
ferring allover city. Omnlbusmeets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Irawets." ABC Code.
Army and Navy Headquarters. -
bpecial attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.50 wr day up
With bath 2 00 per day up
Meals table d' hote or a In carte
Management of Out C. Larm.
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER. Phone 361.
Additional Social on Pages 11 and 12
i m m
' Fiwipc tin
' Secretary Wood, of the Promotion
Committee, who leaves b) tho Lurllno
next Wednesday for Atlantic City. Is
arranging to take a quantity of taro
Dour with him so that pol cocktails
and cakos may be prepared for the
delectation '6f visitors to the Atlantic
City braVitTi of the Promotion Commit
tee. Hawaiian lings will bi taken, and
lheso will fly fiom conspicuous tor
Hour of tho building and be used In
connection with Interior decoration
largo shtpiriont of curloR will leao
Tor tho Coast by tho Alameda, and tho
heavier and mora bulky unlcles will
go forward by tho flrnt American Ha
waiian Btcamor via tho Isthmus of To
Secretary Wood stated this morn
ing that dally reports woultt'bo sent
from Atlantic City to headquarters
o that tho Chamber of Commerce
would ho kept In touch with nil that
waj going on. Mra. Wood will ac
company her husband to, this fash
ionable seaside resort,
OIAA CROP IS llf
A. W. T. Dottomloy of Ulshop & Co.
arrived this forenoon from a trip to
Hawaii during which he made quite n
tour of the island nnd went thorough
ly over the Olaa plantation. He re
ports tho plantation to bo In splen
did condition, and the crop coming
off In good shape, keoplng well up
with tho estimates.
Mr, Dottomloy was prcecnt during
the confidence of Managci Watt with
tho Jlucslaus who afterward left tho
plantation and went ,to Wnlakon to
woik. Tho trouble nppoirB to hue
started through an agitator In tho lot.
Eer effort was mado to paclf) the
people, but thoy evidently got It Into
their heads that they should loavo so
they went. Among tbolr demands was
an eight hour day.
AFLOAT AND ARRIVED
Tlio total amount ot sugar shipped
by the Sugar Factors Co L(d slnco
Dec. 1, 1909 Is 119 300 not tons. Of
this amount, 63 000 tons havo reached
the markets. The balanco l:: 3d 300
tons is still afloat.
Of lheso 113 300 tons of sugar. 74,
f.00 timi ln b"n Bblppe.l by tho
Amorlcuiillnwnllan a. S, Co, for the
Dnst 7.U0U tons bj the Caps Horn
BHllcd, nml tht? bilnnco 38 300 tons for
tho Pacific Coast muiVctH
The ostlma od sugir shipments for
mm nrt 44R.380 tonR.
served at the
is the BEST IN TOWN, and
it is served at the right tem
perature, C. J. McCarthy, Prop.
HOTEL AND. BETHEL STS.
BETTER. SPEND THE WEEK END
00 DOWN BY TRAIN 0RNADT0
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, 11, per day
110 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDEIX, Prop.
"The Finest Bathine on the Beach."
Meals vAt All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
w f BEFGIN. Proprietor.
WHY USE A POOR
QUALITY OF TABLE
FLATWARE WHEN YOU
CAN GET SOMETHING
"THAT WILL RESIST '
WEAR" AND GIVE YOU
; LASTING SATISFACTION
FOR THE SAME, MONEY!
113 HOTEL ST.
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
B3ST0N BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 197.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
Now Showing, a Few Popular-Priced
In Chiffon Broadcloth, in Desirable Evening Shades,
Ranging from $13.50 up ,
KamLome Display of : ' .
Black Spangled Gowns,
Black Silk Dress Nets
MANY BEAUTIFUL ACCESSORIES FOR BLACK GOWNS
Large, juicy, firm and delicious. The
choicest queen olives; picked right,
packed right, and taste right. Not
coarse or fibrous like bulk olives.
ASK YOUR GROCKR FOR THEM
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