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Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, November 21, 1912, 2:30 Edition, Image 5

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A. few yrars ago when youn? glris
Hret began to wear "tawdry" jewelry,
mothers, though they allowed It; were
shocked at the evidence of such atro
. clous ; taste. A long time a?o young
Klrls wore.no Jewelry, ' and 4hen they
were allowed to wear . plain gold
banding. Gradually the list of wear
ablec Increased and now a girl in her
teens may ; wear any bit" of finery she
lancles. . " ;;--., a?;'v-
. Odd rings have been Jn fashion for
a number of years and many girls
have more than one 'finger ring-bedecked.
Dl2Tr.or.is and other of the
precious gersa arc r.ot: In" good taste
for the xchocl girl, even ' though they
are, genuine ttcrrv Large rings, too,
are not r-rtlcu!a:Iy desirable. A
prcf ty seal or a turquoise in a plain
tettlng Is very tcecrr.Ing-,to the younR
girl. A rin v. two or. three email
rtarls is pretty,- too. The Ions ones
that cover a third cf cne's flnscr arc
LnrtMr; but V. 3 cf bc2uty.
.Years f -)
avy chain b re re
lets were vr ry i',y: : - rae .t every
girl owrTf . Ti.' 1. ; red Elcut
end iraJ?. a ci; al cf r.c'.ce whenever
they hc:;-c:.:J to ttrihe tl.o tee'.; cf
a chafr. TI'? f-1 r-r.r cf -havlr.T a
nunttr tf i.,u; Iraec'.rts that tinkle
at the roviaaer.t tf th3 wriat cr ana
is Just alcut t'i tai. The clJ e?.ylr.s
"c!;'Jdrc:i t.zM lo fern rri net
heard t;:Y.:s to r!rls In t! tcer.i
as well a3 to t.. y ( ri r'.icr.tici
attracted. -thrcu--i V. -? e Mllt :n of
tc!.:y J-v clry ! c:'t -.1 r that
ca::ci l:.:t:i Ly I: J talh..-.- -Heavy
rc!d trrccl;ts arc r L ' . :!n 3 to
the 3CU" r'.I, fcr they rr.ahe her
t.'ry wrLi 1. . rrrav r.y. ' There are
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THE VERY LATEST STYLES
BUTTON COOTS, PUMPS AND
THE PRICE IS STAMPED ON EVERY SHOE, GUARAN
TEEING MAINLAND PRICES. J J ' i a '.
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THE ONLY SHOE MADE IN.
ftoa There are many, imitation pearl
and coral, necklaces now that, though
they may be pretty, are most Inappro
priate, and no girl with any thought
for: the -appropriateness of , things
would wear, one.,..u r--, i .
' The ear rings made their rWppear-
ence on the mainland about five years
ago but only came to Honolulu dur
ing the last year and a half. At first
they were looked upon by the young
girls with; something akin , to horror.
Later, though, when the women here
adopted theri, the girls wanted them.
Real earrings are very expenslre and
often the pin money; will not purchase
a pair, bo the girls are wearing the
imitation pearl earrings. These are
cot pretty on any one, particularly on
a young gljL ' There are pretty gold
earrings or those of turquols and coral
but even they are not becoming to
anyone but a grown woman. Then,
too, there, are enly certain types of
women who can wear carrlr-;:j and
f'!l.er; rar to have character la their
latcs. V.'h-n - tietlcla a ;yr:r. girl
;vj;o vcre c :-r: , a rrzzi t:!i rc
ccr.tly: "71 ao U rcc!h'.tT r.-'I.'ralhy'
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wrcr..T with.tLa : : other who r wj:i -allow
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i:ichcr-.te watches are not for the
girl In 1 r tcer.3. There are to rar-.y
rrctty.rcr.ar.clci cnc3 ertheco cf il
v:r crr-rrrat: 1 v.ith ' rrctty- d::f jns
that are in r:l taatc." 1 : '
This tccras to ta tho ago of irnita
tlcrx Jewelry. A numtcr cf the wealthy
women in Eastern society wear ropes
cf haaJ.cr.o pc-:!3 vhlch are real
ity net tearli at all lut racrcly.lrnl
taticr.3. And eo It Is -with every kind
cf j:v,c!ry. I-itatcrs tro ro clever
thrt they rro c::rn alia to r.iha tales
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to any cue, ar.i 1 ertleularly uaheccni
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SAN FUANCJSCO. Nov. ll.An
hour after they were wedded In Oak
land, 11 r. and , Mra. Leroy Erickspn
eluded their rice-laden pursuers yes
terday by hurrying aboard the trans
raclfic liner ' ilanchuria as : the ; last
farewells were being said at the Pac
ific ' Mail dock.' . ' I H: "
Crickson and his,- bride, who was
Miss Vivian Armstrong, daughter of
Mrs. Anna Armstrong of Oakland.were
married at noon In St: John's Episco
pal Church, Oakland, by the Uev. F.
11 Dee. The couple, at the reception
which followed the wedding breakfast
announced that they would remain in
California for their honeymoon. They
stole away in the midst of the. recep
tion and were rushed to the. steamer
in a taxicab. They will spend their
honeymoon in Honolulu. - .' ;
Mrs. I'rlckscn was" graduated from
the Oakland High CchooL She met her
hue hand la the -mountains- of .Placer
county while on a vacation. 1 C:. -
' L'richccn is a well- kr.oAvn railroad
ccutractcr and is the son of Mr. and
rirs. Andrew Ertckson 'of 'Sari :Fran-
Ciacd.vi. v ' -: . ' J-ii
iHTcncc::; pai;jti::gs -
7:i; on view this week
: The Kilohanai clubrooras , will " be
open .to the public, from 9 a. m. until
o p. el for the. rest. pf.this weekVv All
paintings exhibited recently by Artist
D. Howard Hitchcock and ethers ..;will
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