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SUNDAY ADVERTISER, MAY i, 1904.
Commence the Month Right.
YOU .NCCd ' iimirrr-r-T ' '
' Many men especially young
men find more need of new
negligee shirts . during the
coming two months than in
any other time of year.
Most men do not know of
our excellent stock of shirts
except when their wives sur
prise them occasionally with
some pretty patterns they have
bought at Enters'.
Our Cluett, Peabody line
presents a, most attractive as-
Quality of materials is first.
Excellence of workmanship,
Exclusivcness of patterns,
third. y-yj : -:
The combination creates a
standard which is the utmost
satisfaction to our customers.
Designs. for the summer are in
email patterns, either in dots or
stripes. . "' ' " ' ,
"Monarch" Shirts the genuine
Cluett Pea body brand-r-with cuffs
attached or detached $1.25.
"Cluett" brand shirts with cuffs
attachl or detached $1.75. '
Whil? Silk Shirts, cuffs attached
$5.;K.: ', :-
"White Linen Shirts (pleated)
euffs attached $4.50. . .'
.Brown Linen Shirts, .cuffs at
tached $2.73. . .
Pongee Colored Silk Chambray
ShirM, cuffs attached $2.50. .'
Silver Collars, 1 for 25c.
t New Fancy Half-hose. :
Cotton and Lisle. Thread ; Half -
hose. ;; :" -
New Summer Neckwear.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Fort Street. V
Special sale of a new sample line of
Beginning Monday Morning, May 2.
Here is a chance for a few days to
Iiuy underclothes at invoice prices.
The line will not.be on sale long as it
is small and mostly only one garment
f each kind of trimming.
None, not even the least expensive,
lail in shaping at the top to make them
fit snugly under present day skirts.
Ladies' Skirts from 50c upward.
Ladies' Drawers from 30c upward.
Ladies' Night Gowns from $1 upward.
OUB, READY-TO-WEAR DEPART
MENT.: New ready-to-wear goods constantly
arriving by every steamer makes this
department Interesting and attractive
to good dressers. Here are some cf
the new items now ready:
Mohair Sicilian Raglans Very styl
ish, tn navy blue and black, light weight
and Just right for this climate. $13.50
each. . - :''-.
The same In little better quality,
handsomely trimmed. $15 each. ;
Cream Etamine "Waists The very
newest thing. $5.75 each. " '
Linen Raglans Latest out and new
etyle sleeves, good Quality. $6.50.
Ladles' Linen Dusters Cape effect,
latest styles. Extra value, at $5.50 each.
Sicilian Mohair Shirt Waist Suits
Cream color, well made and very styl
ish,: $12.50 per suit.
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The death of Mrs. Haalelea removes
from the social circle of old Honolulu a
most interesting personality. Her rem
iniscences, extending through the most
romantic period of Hawaiian history,
would fill a volume.
Married at the age of sixteen to a
high chief in the time of Kamehameha
ni, and whose first wife (Kekauonohi)
was grand-daughter of Kamehameha I,
she became early in life identified with
ti nival family, and through the reign
of five sovereigns Was a prominent and
attractive figure in court circles.
Mrs. Haalelea-nee Ululani Epawas
married at Hilo to Levi Haalelea, who
was a member of the house of nobles
and one of the Privy Council during
the reira of Kamehameha IV. .ine
honeymoon was spent at the old palace
in Kailua, and from there Haalelea
brought his bride to his home in Hono
luluthe place known In tnose days
as Holani Pa is now called Haalelea
Lawn; The house was an exceptional
ly fine one for the times and :to the
young bride coming from Hawaii to Ho
nolulu for the first time every tmng was
beautiful as a dream. Tne : cjueen
Dowager, cousin of Haalelea, had her
residence adjoining Holani Fa, and it
was With her that Mrs. Haalelea spent
much of her time. She kept a fine pair
of horses and a white man for a driver
an unusual thing in those days andl
would often send for her young friend
at four o'clock in the morning and to
gether they would drive to Moanalua,
as far as Kapukaki, returning in time
for breakfast. Those were the years of
the celebrated fisheries, known as Kai
huopalaai at Honouliuli, belonging, to
Haalelea. Thousands of mullet were
brought at one. time in whale boats and
canoes for the market; a cart load of
them being reserved for Mrs.. Haalelea
to distribute, among the aliis and
friends. On "her arrival, all the old re
tainers, from Nlolopa, Honouiiull, I wi
le! and everywhere brought their hoo
kupu to the young bride. "With a con
voy of fifteen or twenty canoes, they
would sometimes go fishing off Waikiki,
for fishing was royal , sport in those
days, the chief entering into the sport
With the humblest retainer. .Mrs. Haa
lelea, too, often accompanied Prince Lot
in his fishing expeditions. Her happy
married life lasted but seven years.
Mrs. Haalelea was a favorite with
Queen Emma as well as with Queen
Kalama, and as one of the ladies of
the court, commanded the respect of
every one. She had a love for books
and poetry, and many beautiful verses
in Hawaiian are from, her pen. It was
one ot her dreams to translate Ben
Hur. a book she greatly admired, into
Hawaiian, and the work was partially
done at the time of her death. .
gave one of her r very pleasant lun
cheon parties followed by a few hands
on pedro. In addition to the hostess
those present were Mesdames Renton,
Fuller, Frear, Jordan, Pearson, Wells
Peterson, A. Wall, Blake, Taylor.
Augur and Miss New-comb.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Schmidt, having
returned from their honeymoon, are
domiciled at 1087 Beretania street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Holman of : San ;
Francisco, accompanied by Mrs; Lewis 1
will arrive on the Sierra for a visit. LA
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Mrs. George F. Renton leaves .on
June : 15': on an extended trip to the
mainland. She will spend most of her
time with her mother at Madison, In
diana. ' ' " '".- :',"..:..
Miss D. G. May leaves on the Ala- i
meda en route to. Chicago to visit her; honors for hls spiendid rendition of the
Mrs. Paxton are expected to return-to
Honolulu on an early steamer.
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Mrs. E. S. Cunha has cards out? for
i pedro party for next Tuesday even
ing. . r
The excursion and dance to be given
by the Rathbone Sisters at the Penin
sula Pearl City, on May 2nd, will be
a most enjoyable affair. . Train will
lea ve at 7 p. . m. and tickets are one
dollar. .-::.'';;.;:';;:'.;':';: . ."
Prince and Princess Kalanianaole
left Washington yesterday for Hono
lulu. - '.- - :'"-.. .""" '-
Miss Hoare was hostess on Wednes
day at a pedro party given at the
British Consulate. 1 Mrs. Harrison won
the first prize, a red and gold Bohemi
an vase, and Miss Schaefer was for
tunate in " securing the second prize,
a Chinese tea-pot. , The consolation
prize, a Japanese doll, was won by
Mrs. Walbridge. Miss Hoare waa as
sisted by Miss Annie Parke and Mrs.
Stanley. Gut flowers in vases and
pots of maidenhair ferns formed the
attractive decoration. Among . the
guests were Princess Kawananakoa,
Mrs. Stanley, Mrs. Edward Davis, Mrs.
Harrison, Mrs. George Davies, Mrs. F.
Howard Humphris, Mrs. Walbridge,
Mrs. W, E. Taylor, Mrs. Hawes, Mrs,
Bishop, Mrs. ' Ballentyne, Miss Hart
nagle, Misses ' Ward, Misses .Walker,
Miss Schaefer, Mre. Elizabeth Freeth,
Mrs. Archie! Young, Miss Frances GI1
let Mrs. Kimball, Miss Nannie Wins
ton, the Misses Bradley K Mrs. Henry
Holmes, Miss Mist, Miss Paty, Mrs.
Klebahn, Miss Annie Parke, Miss Car
ter and many others.
Mrs. C M. Cooke wat,- the hostess on
Thursday afternoon at a pedro party. In
Hgu of prizes dainty bouquets of vio
lets were . presented to each guest. '.
S8 li j y
Mrs. Wesley Hamilton will be the
guest of honor on Monday at a lun
cheon to be given by Mips Jennie
Mr. James Dougherty won musical
' The Misses Lois ahd Margaret Jac
ques will leave on the Alameda en
route to their home in Boston. ':
The celebration of the silver-wedding
anniversary of Mr. and. Mrs. F. A.
Schaefer on Friday was one of the
notable society events of the week.
In the early morning the couple were
serenaded at, their beautiful Nuuanu
Valley home "Rosebank" by the Ha
waiian government band. A number of
friends called at this time to pay their
respects. In 'the evening the residence
was a . blaze of electric lights and
a large number of guests were pres
ent. .The reception was held in the
reception room which was beautifully
decorated' in green and white. From
the arch of the alcove in wThich the
couple stood hung a frail green and
white screen of waxy-white stepha-
notis blossoms. A pretty wedding bell
of white marguerites hung above the
couple, and leading away from it were
ieis of marguerites. The windows were
screened with maile. "Vases of roses
and margu-Tites completed a chaste
decorative scheme. The music room
was resplandent in : yellow coreopsis
grouped in bowls and vases upon small
tables and about1 the fireplace. The
r?ininc room waj in rtd. The Darlor
The ladies .'''-.of St, Clement's Guild j ana broad lanais were j reserved for
hope their -friends understand that all
exhibits at the Flower Festival, to be
held on May 14, are free and will be
gladly welcomed. There will be two
processions. The first will consist of
young children with : decorated dolls,
carriages,, bicycles, wagons and wheel
barrows. A beautifully dressed doll can
be won by a little girl for the prettiest
exhibit and a suitable prize for a little
. This procession will be formed at 2
o'clock and It is hoped will be Weil
patronized. The other procession will
take place afterwards and will consist
of decorated carriages, carts, horses,
bicycles, etc Several prizes are offered,
which will be put on exhibition down
town this week. 'In addition to the
above there will be a fish pond, a mys
tery table, doll table, where youthful
mothers, not only can add to their fami
lies, but also can purchase garments
for their old families. The flower ta
ble and candy booth are sure to be ex
cellent and special ice cream will be
provided for children at the rate of ten
cents a plate. : :
dancing which was enjoyed amid the
strains of music furnished by a Ha
waiian quintette club. The punchbowl,
with a fine brew of champagne and
Rhine wine, .was placed upon the rear
lanai, where often the host and hostess
presided. The guests were received in
the hallway by Miss Irmgard Schaefer,
gowned in white. , Mrs. Schaefer wore
a handsome gown of embroidered
chiffon over taffeta silk. A flinty col
lation was served in the r breakfast
rocm. Mr, Schaefer, Italian Consul,
and Dean of the Consular. Corps, was
greeted by many of his brother con
suls, as well as a large gathering of
The Misses' Bradley of San Francisco,
who arrived, on the Korea, are the
guests of Prince and Princess Kawa
nanakoa. Paxton-Regelsberger Elmer E. Pax
ton, 36, Honolulu; Harriet Regelsber-
ger, 21, Honolulu.
The above item appeared In the Ex
aminer of April 21, in the "married
On Friday Mrs. John A. McCandless licenses issued" department. Mr. and
leading role in the ''Pirates of Pen
zance." A picnic in honor of the birthday of
Dr. F. Howard Humphris will be given
tod ay at Wailele, Kali hi valley, by
Mrs. Humphris. About a dozen friends
hays been invited. v -
The following program was rendered
at. a recital given last evening by the
pupils of Cook's Music school:
v; . ' ' - PART. I. '.-
"Heavenward March' (2 Pianos, 8
Hands). . G. Vilbre
' Piano A
Kenneth: Abies, Hepburn Chamberlain.
Letitia Morgan, Fannie Hoogs.
"Slumber Song" (vocal)....... Schubert
Lucile Lucas. .
"Fleur et Fleurette" (Piano).....,....
... H. Lichner
Violin, Mr. W. A. Love. .'
Piano, Mr. Frank Hoogs.
"Festival Day" (piano, 4 hands).
..... . Streabogg
Esther and Clarence White.
Vocal (a) '1 Will 5 Arise" . . . . ,E. Cook
Vocal (b) "Answer" ...... A. G. Robyn
Mr. II. B, Davison.
. PART II.
"Secret Wishes" (piano) ....... . .Lange
Serenade Vocal . . ..... .... . . . . 'Schubert
Mrs. Agatha Cook.
"Last Smile" (piano) . . . . .Wollenhaupt
Miss Eva Kinney.
"Here's to the Rose"....V...S. Kroase
: Mr. Edward Crabbe.
"Gavotte from Gluck" (2 pianos, 4
(hands). . Reinecke
Mrs. Agatha Cook.
- Mrs. C. J. McCracken.
Lieut. Widdifield is now stationed, at
Fort Thomas, Ky. , -
Airs. V. L. Stanley was hostess at a
dlaner on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. . Frank Atherton have
gone to Maui for an indefinite stay.
Governor Carter may go to Kauai on
Miss Wright, daughter of : Governor
Wright of the Philippines, may arrive
here on the transport which left San
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n Wetk days from 10 o'clock a. m. to
1p.m. and from 7 to 9:30 o'clock p. m.
On Sundays it will open at 1 p. m.
ADMISSION win be FREE on
Thursdays. On other days a charge
will be made of 10 cents to adult and
cents to children under fourteen years
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Especially at the proper prices. We have them
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Come early and avoid the rush.
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ery, Haviland Chinaware, Plateware, Safes, Stoves,
Paints, Varnish, Oils and Sporting Goods '
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MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE.
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Fort Street near Queen.
She is en route
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to Manila. ''
Miss Castle's Sunday musicale will
be deferred until May 8. That one will
be the last regular musicale for sev
eral months. Following is a part of
Liszt's Preludes two pianos
Miss Hopper and Miss Castle.
Lie Pie aux Clercs violin obligate.....
Miss Alice Campbell..
Miss Gertrude Brown.
Violin, English horn, and piano.... ....
Mr d' Albert, Mr. Bechtel, Miss Castle.
.Miss Ethel Montgomery Andrews,
sister of the attorney general, arrived
with her brother on a visit of some
months. Miss. Andrews was a. gradu
ate of Cornell, 1900, and was a member
of the college orefaestra, being a violin
ist of skill. She has als gained con
siderable renown for her character
work in the .operettas given at Cornell
by the students." She comes from
Brooklyn, New York, and will stay at
the Andrews residence on King street.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Rhodes have
rented their Young street residence
and gone to the Alexander Young
Hotel for the summer.
Prince and Princess Kawananakoa
entertained at an elaborate luau last
evening for the members of the Pirates
4. ' of Penzance and a few immediate
4 j friends. The luau was enjoyed under
"ja marquee spread upon the lawn. The
I canopy was brilliantly illuminated, the
1. 1 Interior being resplendent with Orient
f ;al lanterns. The guests sat at several
tables. Princess Kawananakoa gracing
4. the head of, the central one. The feast
was thoroughly Hawaiian and includr
ed pig, fish and potatoes hot from an
imu, and there were all manner of sea
delicacies. - Speeches were frequently
made by various members of. the caste
who had made hits during the pres
entation of the Opera; and snatches of
Pirate song were often heard. Music
was supplied by a quintette club.
Among the gu?sts were patronesses of
the opera, including all of the drama
tis personae, and several specially in
The dance at the Maternity Home
last night was an. enjoyable affair, and
was attended by a ,large gathering.
Music -fl-as furnished by a Hawaiian
quintette club. Oriental lanterns dot
ted the premises. Most of the guests
who attended the "Pirates of Pen
zance" luau at the Kawananakoas were
present at the dance..
A moonlight trolley party was given
by the First Cotillion Social Club Fri
day evening in honor of Mrs. Carl Tay
lor, who is leaving for the coast short
ly. The party was quite a success and
everybody enjoyed the rfde over th
different lines. The music was furnish
ed by a Hawaiian quintette club and
on reaching Walalae the tea garden
roof was adjourned to where refresh
ments were served and after dancing
the party continued their ride which,
broke up at the car barn at 12 mid
night with the club wishing Mrs. Taylor
a pleasant voyage and good luck.
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Princess Kawananakoa was hostess
last week Saturday evening at the
Alexander Young hotel at a dinner giv
en for the principals of the "Pirates."
A chafing-dish party was afterwards
had at the Kawananakoa residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holloway gave an
elaborate luau last evening -in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knight of San
Francisco. The luau was perfect In its
appointments, and was attended by
about twenty-flve guests. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ten
ney, Mrs. Helen Noonan, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Faxon Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Boyd, Mr; and Mrs." Klebahn, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L, Wight, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Campbell, the Misses McDonald of San
Francisco, Mrs. Mary Gunn, Misses
Margaret and Cordie Walker, Messrs.
Frank Armstrong, Hugh Walker, Sam
Walker, Will Walker,. Arthur Wilder.
It has been arranged by Mr. K. W.
Lake that a dance will be given at the
Alexander Young Hotel at a near fu
ture date In honor of the members of
the castes of the Pirates of Penzance
and the Ahkund of Swat.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knight leave on
Tuesday for the Parker ranch, Hawaii.
In the party accompanying them will
be the Misses McDonald of San Fran
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