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White Linen Table Damask
$1 00 qunlity, 2 yds. wide. SO yd. $1.35 quality, 2 yds. wide SI. 10 yd.
?1;25 quality, 2 jib. wide. U5 yd. $1.50 quality, 2 yds. wide $1.20 yd.
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EVHNINQ nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1008.
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i Hemstitched Lunch and Dinner . s M
ANNUAL Clotlis ;. I
' All pure Linen of extra fine quality, in sizes 45x45, 54x54, G3xG3, JM
'.!'v mi ' '72x7.2: M
1 I'll Onll Cfl HflfltCl $3.00 quMity S2.05 $0.00 quality 85.25 V
I; I ll I 1 1 MVlllif' $4.50 quality $3.00 $7.50 quality $0.75 . K
a & Vo( ., Satin Damask Linen Dinner Cloths : M
wVfll 1 Made with Napkins to match. Regular dinner sets or the finest i '
i qut.lit?, 2 yds. square, and of clc gant design, selling this week at RE- . HE.
' ' DUCED PRICES.
Half-Bleached Linen Damask
72 in. to jtl., extra quality 75 YARD ,
Cotton Table Damask
Extra heavy, 50c. quality, at 37V2 YARD y
IN STANDARD SIZES AND NEW PATTERNS. ALL AT REDUCED
PRICES, PROM CHEAPEST TO THE FINEST:
SI 25 quality at SI .00 YD. ?2.25 quality at 81.00.
S1.75 quality at .... $1.15 YD. $2.75 quality at $2.45
S4.U0 quality at $3.25 YD.
BETTER QUALITIES IN THE SAME PROPORTION.
New Shirting Madras
The Litrst Spring and Su '
SHIRTING MADRAS of extra fine
quality, in entirely new pattems,
yard wide, 0 YDS. FOR Sl.OO.
AU.OUT.TN, so beloved of
'B-M smalt malilH nnd boya fond
Uif lomnncc ami iirnnKs, h.ix
intKbcd us by only Saturday
labt. The thlims that one
enn tin nn Hint nlslit war
inntcil hi Iirliig results nro Imiumcr
nble. Walking ilunn-ccllar backward
by tliu II glit of ono cunillo U often
u fawjrlto iIImtsIdii at nililnlKht on
tlin "1st, anil the fare of otir future
husband Is supposed to peep clearly
'lit tnir face aiiioiii; the shadows.
lAlso .run around the house w 1th
your mouth full of water three times
without BwallowliiK It mid the first
riiiin joii encounter lll bo sour hus
liaud. Apples ntloat placed In a b.n
rel lull of water are Kloat fun. You
try to catch the apples In jmir mouth
ns they gnyly d.inco about. The. girl
who catches the first ono Is to be
married heforu tho others. Tho
ghosts are supposed to walk on llul
lowe'cn night, and what ou cm sco
nil depends upon tho brightness of
jour ejes and the darkness of the
night. Mjstcrlous things might
happen nt any time, and It Is well
to Keep u sharp lookout. Something
ery pleasant did happen on Saturday
last, for a number of joung girls
gave n progrcssUe 'ljullowo'en parly,
the first j mi tig hostess being Miss
Harriet Young, followed by Miss
Spalding. The hitter's house was ull
tn darkness except for tho Juck 0'
Su Co '
l-or eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Dallclous, Nutritious
ILMrrl l. B. I'altul Uir.c
Breakfast Cc oa, 1-2 li. tins
linker's Cliotolalc (unsweut
ercd), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
For Site t; Ltadlnx Grociri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS, V. S. A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
'EUROPE AND AMERICA
Extra fine quality, in entirely new
patterns and pretty colorings, 30
inches wide, 8 YDS. FOR $1.00.
Colored Table Damask
Red and Blue, extra quality, in
full width. SPECIAL at 35 and
Lanterns, which cast a wolrd light
over tho daintily spread tabic. Large
black blots on tho curtains mado one
shiver and wonder what was coming
next. The drawing-room was light
jed in the same fantastic way, and
eerie Bhadows seemed to creep up
from the corners of the room. The
llaltcntyne residence was tho next,
place visited, and the hostesses led
tho way directly to the dining-room.
At each place was a Jack O' Lan
tern made nut of green papayas, and
the light cast upon the merry group
was very ghostlike. Miss Dorothy
Wood was the hostess for Ice cream,
cakes, and tho candy. After this ilcr
lettable feast had been partaken of
cery known trick was played Icar
to Hallowe'en. The plates- and
spoons were all of wood nndi much
merriment, was caused by the using
of the awkward implements. Japan
ese lanterns adorned tho grounds and
laughter and fun reigned supreme
until a late hour. Those who took
part wero Misses Harriet Young, Al
ice Spalding, Ethel Spalding, Alice
Cooper, Florence Young, Dorothy
The receptions of Governor and
Mrs. Walter Ftear, which nro held
on the first Monday of oach month
throughout the season, have lost
none or their popularity, Judging
fiom tho crowds which thronged the
grounds and roomsot the charming
Colonial mansion on Monday. Over
tho entranco of the lanal two largo
American flags were draped, and
under their sheltering portals Mrs.
Augustus Knudscn, beautifully dress
ed In white, received ull comers at
the door nnd sent them to greet their
hosts and those helping In receiving
tho Princess Kalanlnnaole and
Mrs. Nowell. Mrs. Frear looked
charming In white and the Princess
In a whlto Irish croquet laco gown
oyer t-.itln looked extremely hand-
I tnnie Tho arrangement of Mrs.
, Now ell's coiffure suited her classical
i features and the dainty white frock
bhe woro wns very becoming. Mrs.
J I'. CooKo, a Joyely woman, poured
Iced (offeo, and Mrs. W. It. Castlo,
, In an elegant toilette of white chif
fon, served the ten, Crimson exorla
gae tho table n bright touch of color
nnd the coral shrub which grows In
IMnnon, was used with good effect In
' decorating tho dining-room. In tho
) dinwlng-room at tho foot of tho stair
ciiso large branches of golden shower
wero sq cleverly arranged that the
I effect produced was of a tree grow
ing there; the color of tho golden
t shower blossoms blended most liar
monlously with the coloring of the
room and nttracted all eyes to the
artistic effect. The day being unus
ually warm nnd sultry, "Arcadia"
looked most cool nnd Inviting with
Its crand sween of lawn and the tall
shade trees, for which the grounds
nio noted, Most of tho guests were
in whlto, nnd there were many rosy
llttlo totc-n-tetes In the low window
l seats, so invitingly nluced. .Their
.wero many regrets expressed at tUe.,wUlcU sUo does with nrcarentlj: no
CHATTER use: HOME
departure of Mrs. Newell and Mr, imoro effort than a bird.
Augustus Knudsen, who sailed on I In the Bong "Lo, Hear the. Lurk,"
Tuesday. Dr. Cofcr also will beUolce and flute coquetted nnd plrou-
greaiiy misseu, ana naa a lair menu icucu, anu mo voico was no less
on either side throughout the after-1 round and sweet and free than tho
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uuuu, iuubh usBiBimS) iu luuniu,,
after the guests were Mr. and Mrs.
L. T. Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Marston
Campbell, Mrs. George Potter, Miss
Krally Gordon, a cousin of Canon us
bourno, who Is here for the winter;
Miss Uess Woodward, a nleco of the
Governor; Miss Helen Olrvln. Dr.
Cofcr, and Mr. M. P. Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Paulding Ed
wards, whoso marriage was an Im
portant event of last month, return-.
ed Saturday from their honoymoon,
which was spent In Honolulu. They
will be in San Francisco for a few
days as the guests of Mrs. Edwards'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tarpey. They
will make their future home In Chi
co. A. number of relatives, and
friends went out to the Golden Guto
to meet them Saturday. In the par
ty were Mrs. Henry Dutters, Miss
Marie Butters, Miss Marguerite Mut
ters, M. F. Tarpey, Joseph Rosbort
ough, Ray Taylor, Charles K. Field,
Russell Selfrldge, Ralph Schundlcr,
and .Arthur Kales.
A friend has sent the following In
teresting clipping: -
Has San Francisco achieved tho
distinction ofhavlng discovered an-l lovo w'th Honolulu.
other singer who will thrill tho heart'
of tho world, as Tctrnxzlnl succeeded Br. r II. Humphris wns the host
In doing after this city placed the of a dinner at the Country Club on
laurels of Its approval on the brow Tuesday evening, the beautiful moon-
of the then unknown songstress? . "Blit making tho lnnul a delightful
After the shouts of "Brava, Place to sip coffee and liqueurs. Ills
brnvn," nnd the npplause had dlod Euests Included Captuln and Mrs.
away at the Van NeBS Theater yee- iWadhnras, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. C.
terday afternoon, this wns the ques- Deeilng, Dr. Victor Collins, Mr. Da
tlon that, was asked hero and thero vld Anderson,
and discussed long after hearing I
Blancho Arral, tho wonderful Bel-1 A, most enjoyaulo progressive dln
glan singer who made her debut ho- nr was given on Wedncsdny even
foro nn American audience jester- Ing. tho first housovisltcd being
daj that of Dr. nnd Mrs, Wood. Mr. nnd
It was certainly n most satlsfjlng Mrs. Clinton Hallentyne wero tho
reception that San Francisco gavo host "n! hostess or tho noxt couisc,
to Madame Arral. .Not since tho nd Mr. nnd Mrs. Tenney P,cck's res
memorable night when Tetrazrlnl ldcnco made a pleasant stopping
thrilled tho music lqyers of this city l'lacc for tho salad nnd Ico cream.
Into a furore of approval has . there . STi
Been anything HKo the deuut ot Ma
dame Arral. Many other singors
havo recolvcd big welcomes, but no
other nowcomer, a stranger to tho
United States, has ever taken the
heart of the city by storm as Arrnl
did yestorday.. After tho third num
ber all the timidity had vanished be
fore the applause so generously given
and Mmme. Ar'ral belonged to San
Franclscd for good and all time, I
Aside from a voice of remarkable
quality, Arral has vivacity, radlanco
and, nn Infectious temperament. Tho
audience vibrated under the Bpoll,
for It recognized that here was an
artiste of tho first rank. Her voico
has the free, floating, perfect legato
quality which Is tho alpha nnd ome
ga' of tho great Blnger. Her colora
tura work seems to havo no limits
In Its dancing, cadenzlng trills, I
Table Linens, Napkins, Table
AX IMPORTANT SALE A Sale
that will save you money on all
t qualities of Table Linens.
Our stock has never been in be.tter
shape; new patterns in all the stan
Co., Ltd., Fort & Beretania
i nsiruiuciil, bu tiui.iuiy ,iayeu uj
Louis Newbauer.yi Hut the prettiest
numucr was tne last, written ror Ma
dame Arrnl, nnd heard for tho first
time hero yesterday. It Is called
Tho WalU of tho lllrds." by Vur
ney, nnd Is most fittingly nnmed.
Orioles and larks un'd finches and ev
ery other bird In nature's wild oi
chestrn could be heard In this bill
Madame Arrnl will bo heard again
nt the Van Ness Theater noxt Siln
The captain of tho Italian ship
Puglia did not entertain on a large
scalo during his short visit here. Llt
tlo dinners and small teis were most
popular, and on Friday last tho sec
ond commander invited about eight
joung, ladles, who enjoyed tho hos
pitallty of the cruiser. On Wednes
day last Count von S. Domkowtcz
and Judge Lindsay wero entertained
at dinner most Informally. All the
choicest wines of Italy wero Bcrvcd
with a delicious menu. Itnllan Con
sul Schacfer's dinner on Friday last
was a most elaborate one, Jn honor
I of tho Italian officers. They will re-
,lrn nRiiln, If possjblc, for they nic
Plants, Seeds, Trees
Send your name and address for
our fully illustrated
NEW 1909 GENERAL, CATALOGUE
to be ready lor mailing in uecemDer.
We are already enjoying a large
trade in the Hawaiian Islands and
would like all interested in the gar
den to send for the catalogue.
Our seeds are grown largely on our
own farms and are .the BBS T'TO
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52 JACKSON ST. ALSO MARKET ST.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Hero Mrs. Peck favored her guest3
by two songs, which wero beautifully
rendered. Tho Hawcs' bungalow. In
Manoa, came next, the shadows (
which the moonllghl cast being par
ticularly commented upon, ns viewed
from tho lanal. Mrs. Peck read a
most Interesting letter from Captain
Goodwin of the Dliigo which wns In
tho form of n illy. Dr. Wood being
unable to bo present, Dr. Victor Col
lins wns usked to Join tho pnf'ty.
A dainty little card bearing tho
words, Louis Hodolph Slattcry, Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, October 16,
1908, has been received attached lo
the curd of Captain anil Mrs. llo
dolph Slattcry by whlto satin i lb
buna. ThlB plentant bit of .news has
been most gladly received by tho
many friends of CapLatn and Mia
MrB. Alexander Isenbcrg, who has
hut recently returned from her Eu
ropean trip, is delightfully settled nt
her icsldenco In Berkeley, and her.
friends here nie very glud to be In
formed of her Intention of visiting
Honolulu next jear. Her two sons,
who wero not very well some months
ago, have entirely recovered.
Canon and Mrs. Usbourno enter
tained on Thursday overling nt Tho
Rectory, In honor of their cousin,
Miss Emily Gordon of Now York.
"Bridge" was -tlio game, and the,
looms, so artistically lighted, and
decorated lavishly with palms and
choice ferns, wero most pleasing, tho
Ilftle bridge tnbles being very com
fortably placed. At ono end ot tho
drawlng-ioom u crimson Uantern Il
luminated tho conservatory, making
n beautiful plcturo and enhancing
tho effect of the foliage. Miss Gor
don, u pretty girl, woro a lovely
frock of black mallno over satin nnd
tho crliiibnn carnations Ju corsago
nnd linlr wero most becoming. Mrs.
Philip Andrews, who had tho high
er t S'ore, wis presented with a argo
bouq'itt o jellow double chrjsantlie
mums. A delicious supper wns serv
ed, a larr table nt ono side of the
lanal being tilled with dollclous
Marrori7orl Dinnpr flnthc Wk
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ALL NEW; WASH AND WEAR WELL.
8-4 $1.50 quality S1.15 10-4 $2.00 quality SJ .G5 91
ADVANCE PPRINO SAMPLES OF A bVECIAL IN jD
PlhntuJ onrffh HimDC SP
111 lingerie and Tailored Effects.
We have over 100 Samples, and
ARE ALIKE. The entire . ft'IiftE
be placed on sale MONDAY i.ne,
SI. 25 up. Iwiir.
things consisting of oyster p.iltles,
chlcien snlnd, sandwiches, cakes, n
compote of fruit, nnd n largo puuth-
bowl of claret was served thiough-j
out the evening nnd was placed m-i
vltlngly near the tnbles. Canon and
Mn. Usbourno ulwas entertain well
nnd the llrldgo evening wns n nuut,
successful and delightful iifTuIr. '
Among the guests wcio Mrs. Wnl
brldge. Mrs. Philip Andrews, Mr. uiul
Mrs. Lewton-llrnln, Mis. Ileibert
Mist, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hawcs. Jr.. Miss,
Bess Woodwind, Miss Sclincfer, Miss
Wood. MUs Carter, Miss McGavlu.
Miss Soper, Dr. Victor1 Collins, Ml.
Ucrcy Cleglmru, Mr. Wales, Mr.
Wnldion, Mr. George Fuller, Mr. Ar
thur Macintosh, Mr. Gordon Us
liournc, Mr. Curzan Usbourno, Mr.
TJie following clipping about u
well-known. San Francisco girl is of
Mlss Mny Colbum entertained a
few friends at luncheon yesterday at
tho Frnnclscn Club. Tho honored
guest was Miss Gcrnldlnn llagH of
San Rafael, whoso engagement V)
Kernun Robeson was lecently 'in
nounced. A dozen guests enjojed
Miss Colhurn'x hospitality. Miss Col
burn, who makes her homo in San
Rafael, is (now in town for several
days as tho guest of friends.
Governor Clcghoin was tho thai til
ing host ot, a most cnjoynblo stag
dinner nt tho Pacific Club on Tues
day evening. Ills guests Included
Judge Hnrtwell, British Consul Fors
tcr, Secretary of tho Territory Mott
Smlth, Col. A. G. Hnwes, Mr. W. O.
Smith, Mr. Percy Clcghoin.
Tho pretty Blackman bungalow
has been Fold to the Jural Smiths.
Tho Blnckmnns arc to llvo near the
lolanl College nt Kaimukl, which
will ho n more convenient location
for Mr. lUnckiu.ui, who Is tho head
Mrs. L.indor, whoso husband was
hero with tho "Restorer," is so III
that a trip to England will bo, taken
nt once. Mrs. Landnr spent sumo
time at "tho McDonald."
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Herbcit nro
still at Wnilelc. Mrs. Herbert has
not been nt nil well during tho past
two wcoks and much Is expected from
the change of air.
Mr. nnd Ml a, Stacknhjo (nee Inez
Neumann) lire oxpected to m live uu
Monday from England. They will
resldo In tho rVutkublo house un
The latest news fiom Mr. Bull tc
poits his lecovory fiont u tovoiu but
entliely successful operation, Ho
hopes to return nt tho end of tho
1 Tho JapanoHo ronsulato was bill
llinlly decorated wglth (lags, bunting
nnd, 1Umcrs on Tuesdny In honor of
luc Euiocroi'B. birthday. Tho Jnpau
L.IUUTT LVIII,lil Uivvw .JajK;-
SILK GLOVES, extra fine quail cy, jg '
double tipped. lG-bolton le.ith i.i fS; '
Hack nnd vrhitc Selling this v.eck sfc: .
ut $1.25 a par. 1m,
LISLE GLOVES. r:;tn
1G-Laitui: length, at $1.00 a
cso subjects were lccclved untall ID
o'clock and tho forclgneis paid thrlr
lespects from ten until twelve Tho
banquet ball, gay with may colored
flags and banners especially brought
fwt.,1 Ini.nti f.ii Hi.i rippnftlnn. liriiilnei'il
ii coriH-ous' effect of color. Tho .lap- l$j
nneao Consul, dignified nn.l u vj'iy
chin inliiR man. wbh most gnu'loua' 1u
Ills reception of tho foiclgneis. 'lho
consular coips was out In (ull muii
bum, nnd tho numbers of pronilnrut
citizens who paid their icspccls was
Mr. mid Mrs. Boln will not ic-tuin
to Cullrgi) Hills. The are living on
Puliation ttti'ct, mid Mr. llo.lu h.m ut
most icc")vered from his terrible Ill
ness. A pretty llttlu dinner was glvy.ii on
Thiirsduy evening nt tho Country Club
Ijy Mr. and Mis. 0. W. Cumi Deeiliig
In honor of Captain and Mis. "Wad
hams nnd Dr. F. H, Humphris.
.Mr. nnd Mis. G. M. Itoboitboii of
Hawaii utc gtict,ts of Mr. and Mm. U. ')f
II. Iliilioi tsiin for a few weeks.
Mrs. Gaines expects lii sail for
Novn Seoli.i on the C.-P. boat. Shu
will bo uwn) several months.
Mr. and Mrs, Cliudo t'slimirno nrt
expected i.t The, Hcitory next weu!;
on a bridal tilp.
It was rortainly a rood messengers
who brought tho news to jour homo"',
that Ayer's Sarsaparllla makes tho j
blood "ilch and red." This means
o much to thoso who aro thin, pale,
feeble, wrak, and nervous. After
Ayer's Sarsapirllla has cured you,"
carry tho glad message to a friend or
Perhaps you suffer from tho effects t,
of a warm climate. Prolonged warm :
weather seriously Impairs tho strength
of many people, Tho digestion is
slow, nnd,t!io liver bocomes sluggish.
Impurities in lho blood accumulato
and cause that fooling of downhearted
uess and depression.
Tu a tana a a. ny
Is1 of tho grcatist mo In sncli cists.
lis purlflnn, ktiu.l;;t!iMiliig, oul. up
building pri'ivitlo:. v. 11 !3- f lucstt
mablo valug to jon.
-fs voir )iw If, l ei'i Su Wf
jttirlUti ti.itit.m n i ttl ft, Ut I,
T'".2ro r.n mp ! n'tilin i
Do sure you get ",'-:,.T."
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