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EV15KIN0 BULLETIN, HONOLULTJ. T. 1!., SATURDAY, NOV. 28, lflOS.
DISCOUNT on RIBBONS
Including all FANCY RIBBONS. Beginning Monday Morning, and for the balance of the week, we will give a discount of 10 per cent,
. ' on all Ribbon Thirohases; -- t
have been added to our Holiday Stock, and many more new and attractive articles will be opened this com
ing week. Oar prices are right, and our money-back policy protects you. Pay us a visit soon.
MANY STARTLING NOVELTIES
Dainty and exquisite Gibson and
Diiectoirc effects ate shown in this
Season's stock of Bows. Yokes, Stocks,
Kenl Irish Ciochet Bows.
Heal Irish Crochet Barbettes.
New Lace Stocks with (,'ilt ends.
New Merry Widow Bows in Lnce
and Dainty Embroidery.
Hew (JolJ Heck Oudles.
Embroidery Turn-over Collars.
Silk Bowk in all the leading colors.
An assoi tment of Neckwear worth
DON'T MAKE ANY MOBE
buy them already made at our No
tion Tounter Ask for EVER READY
BUTTON HOLES. Price, 20$ yard.
Hand-Made RENAISSANCE PIEC
ES in round and square, 50 EACH.
They arc easily woith $1.00.
NORMANDY LACE up to three
inches wide,, 7Vo PER YARD. Just
half the reiilar price.
Zw SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Don't Foiget About the
Two handsome Dolls, elegantly
dressed, will be given away.
Voting coupons given Free with
every 225 Purchase.
Our Mail-Order Department is for
Orders arc promptly and accurate
ly filled. Samples for the asking.
Our Special Sales
THE SPECIAL SALES which we feature daily represent the acme
of economy. We cannot emphasize too strongly the special
values that are offered. Those who are looking for genuine bar
gains in trustworthy goods should make a point 'of reading our
ads. The Specials in this ad. merely emphasize those always
found here. ' ' "" 0u ' "",ni"
lUllVl II J Yokes, and Floral Designs.
We just received a new outfit of perforated patterns for stamping.
New designs for Shirt-Waists, Night-downs, Chemises, Centers, Doylies,
LATENT NOVELTIES, including The Anthony Bag, The Rama Bag,
and The Newport. An extensive line, all the new shapes and leading
colors. Hand Bags from -10 to ij$15.00 each. Without exception the
best values ever offered.
At 40 A chain bag made of mottled leather in leading colon.
At 75t New shape flat bag with gilt fiamc.
At $1.00 A very pretty bag made of fancy leather and leather
At 91.50 A variety of styles, all new, including the Anthony
At $1.75 The Rama Bag, made of embossed leather, in all col
ors, very stylish.
At $2.50 and $3.00--Elegant Hand Bags, all the latest shapes,
with pretty fittings consisting of purse, card-case, miiror, and smell
REAL ALLIGATOR BAGS In different sizes.
CHILDREN'S BAGS AND PURSES OF ALL KINDS.
At 15 Pretty embossed leather purses in all colon.
At 25 A very neat bag with leather handles.
At 306 and WifA very pretty assortment in fancy leather with
and without chains.
At -10 The SWAGGER NEWPORT BAO in rolois.
SOCIAL CHATTER : HOME TALK
ra rU OTTO l paintings of tonicl) dressed In black, "waB assist-'Ifolt, V.sii.
tvj pit I. i I
KH ,i, ,ii t atu-ntlim On Mun-i which not off her dunning face, and (1.
sH dnv morning lliero was n 1 ' Miss Emily fiordon, beautifully . Lo
tin i a, i mi thu Island uf ed l receiving by Aim Claude Ub- Fancy Tabic Mrs. Arthur Wall,
K.iu.11 .ui m 'dine ii great borne, who woro n lovely white, frock I chairman; Mm. F. A. Ha) lor, Mm. T.
M H ,1, ,, atU'iitlmi On Mun-i which set off her dunning fuce, anil I U. Wall, Mrs. J. 1. Ifowntt, Mrs. J, C.
ii tint mm nine there was ii ! "" S'lis Kmlly Cordon, beautifully ! Loronieu, Mm. C. M. V. 1-orster, Mrs.
piivato view of tluso cliarin- urewii in uiuck uce, .is one wuicii- '. vviui, .uu. wiiuuiu rwiuum,,.
en the crowds circulating through .im. l-. u. icniiey, .-wre. j. .vieiaupiiy,
the ball-room, supper-room, smokliit;-' M. Ajchlo Young. Mm. Will Sopor,
loom, or lllttlng about the grounds! Delicatessen Table Mrs. H. M. von
under the llac-dratied laiml. one feltiHf". chairman; Mm. K. T. Simpson,
that the hostesses' efTorts to provIilQ
not only :i pleasant, but a pleturcsquo
deviates from painting what ho sees, .evening. were fully realized Among
and. with a lavish h.iiul. p.ilnts thu Hicim- picscnt were noticed Mis. Wal-
ntmiMnlinrlr ihnucMi In nil their slic'er I'rcar, becomingly dressed
iy of delicate light mid shade. Ho whlte-embroldered erepe; .Mrs. Ten
not onlv reels what lie paints, but ho i no). Feck wore pink satin; Mrs. Fors
(.onvejs to ou his Impressions. Tako ler, In In (descent Bpangled net; Mm.
- ...... .-mm... ii.m.... c.n.iu". Uioorizo Davies. hi white! Miss .Toi-
call,, and serene Is the fcea. but how U Kaufman, white lace emb.oldeicd , !' Ch"' "T"' Mrfc K1UKS'
weird Is the clTc.1 of these sand-hills In gold; Mrs. Selden Kingsbury, pale , b""'i " fm" f"J ' . ,..,
with tho fiowiiliig miiiiiitulii looking R'-M' crepe, Mrs. L'ngllsh, whlto and
down upon them! And the Walmea i lavender net; Mrs. Simpson, white
llango how nigged and wild, with satin; Mrs. Walbridgo. white; Mrs.
the atmospheric ulleit whltli Mi. crrlt Wilder, pink satin; Mrs. Ern
Wx can so truly dopKt! Tho Ma- est Wnterhouse, pink satin Dlrect
knwoll Vallev. with tho moiuitaln "he; Mr mid Mm Will Sopor; Mr.
i ami) of the Ciauds Cos In tho t- I nnt! .Mm. Woods. Mr mid Mm. Webb,
ir. auu .Hrf;. uavseiuen, .Mr. anu
lug paintings In tho drawing-room of
the Yiiuiir Hotel mid ton or twelve
interested pcetiiton thoioughly en
joyed tho urtlstic treat. Ills lolor
lnes nio vvondorfully vivid and full
of life tniH lo nature He never
Dcacdiicss Potter, Mrs. K. Kouke, Miss
I.add, Mrs. Howard Hitchcock, Mrs.
I)uglo,s, Mrs. Icbler, Mrs. Andrew Ful
ler, Mrs. ltobert I-ewers, Mrs. Crabbe,
. l.. I ......Mn tlM rn tt..
Ice Cream Table MtVi Clinrles
Ilooth, chairman; Mrs. Caroline Clark,
Mrs. Schmidt,, Mm. O. W. H. King.
Candy Tablu Miss Margaret Cat-
to this Is almost the last uowen, .Mr. anu -Mrs,
tnnco, Is oxquisllo In over detail,
mid bhovvs n master touch The Wil
cox family, tho (lavs, and Knudscn,
who so well uiidiiiiitiiiid the beauti
ful In nrt. woro io.id piuchafcois of
thoBo wonderfully life-like piodtic
llons of their magnificently situated
Island Mr. Wl H boon going to
nppcirtunlty of booing hU pictures.
Tlioo who vein piosent at tho Us
borne fuiictioii on Tuesday night felt
legict tli'ft inoio of Honolulu's host
cssos did not iintort.ilii bv private
dailies and evening iiffalis of a llko
iiuturo Canon mid Mrs. Usbnruu
v niHtnlnod their lopulatliin 113 excel
lent hosts All tho nnangemoiits
woro pen foot Ion, from the niotor
busses which met thu guests at the
Mrs. II. Muchly. Mrs. lluchly. Mr.
mid Mrs. Allan Uuttomley, Mr. and
Mis. I.ewtou-Ilraln, Miss Wells, Mlta
Miller, the Misses Catton, the Missel
Super, the Misses Spalding, MUs
Oras, Kev. and Mrs. Potwine, Hcv.
Mr. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Smithies, Mr.
zler, the Misses Waterhouse, Mr.
mid Mrs. A. 0. Hawes Jr., Miss Wood-,
ward. Judge Kingsbury, Mr. Tenney I
Peek, Mr. (leorpo Davies, Mr. Gerrlt !
Wilder, Mr. .lanileson. Mr. Wales,
I Mr Waldron, Messrs. Cordon, Mr. i
William Parke, Mr. Mist, Mr. Cordon
llhborno, Mr. Claude Usborne, Hov.
Mr. I'ltz, and many others.
Mr. and Mrs. Wljllaoi a. Irwin!
weio at tho Plaza dining their stay I
In New York and Miss Helena Irwin, I
as she walked Into the dining-room, ,
Advcrtltdug Committee Mrs. Wal
ter Coombii, chairman; Mrs. Tom
Sharp. Mrs. B. W, Thayer, Miss Wills.
Decorating Committee Mrs. U I).
Tenney, chairman; Mbs Irmgard
Schaefer, 3llsu Sophlo R)croft.
Thank'BtvIng dinners have, nt
course, been tho thing thta week, the
illnners being more family reunions Fllier! In itctdltfon to M'r.'ifn'd 'Mrs! bor tfihn she' now possesses. On tho
than Society functions Perhaps one lSnldwin, thu guests comprised: Mr. way, Mr. and Mis. Ilitldwln dropped
of the largest was beneath the ho)- and Mm. C. C. Kennedy, Mr. and Mis. (uf at Ohm, whole they weiu to be
pltalilo roof of the K. M. Swanzys, Mohn Scott, Mr. mid Mrs. Furueaux, tho guests of Mr and Mrs. Watt. The
who had u large circle of relatives to 'Mr. unci Mrs. Severance, Mr. and Mrs. day being Hue, everyone enjojed the
eat tho tiadltlonal turkey, dimes Tei ry, Hov. S. U Desha, Messrs. John outing.
and old-time pleasure! were freely Watt, W.
Indulged In and tho evening passed Chalmers,
right merrily. Another largo dinner
was given by tbo Waterhouse fumlly. ,
i At this dinner-three generations weie
In honor of the visit to Hawaii of
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Ilaldwln of Maul,
pcverul friends organized u series of
entertainments fur them.
On Wednesday evening last, tho
Rev. S. Ii. Desha and Mr. Alull gavo
a luau at Mr. Desha's residence,
when a large number of guests weie
On Thursday, at 8 n. m a railroad
trip to Puna was arranged and was
carried thiough most Miccessfiilly.
The Invitations were Issued by Mrs.
W. II. Btitpman, and n special train
was provided for the occasion by Mr.
II. Smith, It. W. Filler,1
etc. Mr. and Mm. Ship- Honolulu's Headnuarters
man and family accompanied the ex
First of all, the train carried thu
party to the breakwater quarry at
Kapoho, where tho extensive open
lions pioceodlng there weie obscived
with much Interest. From thoio the
i out was to tho Mahogany humlioi
Company's mill at I'uhoa, whcic a
halt was called while luncheon was
i,orved In tho railway curs. This
pleasing function over, the visitors
were shown over the big mill and
taw tho process of converting rough
ohla logs into finished mil road ties.
In the nfternoon, the return journey
was mado tu town, with a call at the
llreakwater on the way, to observe
tho work of piling up a wall that
Is to keep back old Ocean's waves
and glvo Hllo u larger and safer bar-
ears, tho welcome wlilih they rocch-' niwa)11 followed by many admlr
oil ii mil ii curzuii imuoriie. im- nB glances,
there weio 1
lairyiiuo nupeaianio 01 mu giouii-is .. , , , remark-
lit nil b.v Chinese lanterns, bun tires
mid touches, the good llooi. the in
spiring music rendered i'i Knal'a
best manner, the excellent supper,'
not tho least of tho Jos of that pleas
ant uvenlnr Mi". Usborne, hand-
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A DAY UP
f A new down b..i hotel. Sleel ind
trick struclurs. Furnished at a cost ol
$150,000. Eteri comfort and eonienl
onoe. On car linet transferrins lo all
parts of clt). Omnibus meets all trains
Now recognized as Hawaii
an Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "TRAWKTS."
able for tho perfect poise of her shape
ly head and "her graceful carriage,
which sho Inherits from her mother.
While people speak of beauty un
adorned, still Miss Irwin's Trench
clothes were of no little help In ren
dering her attractive. Tho effects
the nircctolro gowns, the long grace
ful lines of which uro particularly
becoming to her swiet figure.
Tho Haivebt Homo l'estlval given
by tho ladles of St. Andrew's flulld at
tho Hawaiian Hotel on Wednesday
afternoon, was most successful In ev
ery fioiiRO of tho word. Neaily overy-
thing was hold off nt oneu and thero
wero many disappointed ones who
wished to purchase, their Thanksgiv
ing dinner, hut arrived too late. It Is
generally thUB In Honolulu Kvery
'hlng bslng absolutely first class, tho
ones who como early and purchoBo ev
erything, and tho things that are loft
aro generally auctioned off at good
pilces. Thoso Interested In tho suc
cors of the fair were:
Ooncrnl Chairman of tho Harvest
Homo Tostlval Mra. C. M, Cooko, Jr.
General Treasurer II, M. von
Steady aim depends
upon steady nerves and brain,
and you can't have them if your
rest is fitful and broken.
(lrrA elaon o t-rt iaonir fT rf1
4rv" jKjvjyjya oivvu io uiv-ivouii. ji iy-,1
feet digestion. In fact, health itself is
vitally dependent upon good digestion.
Perfect digestion and sounj, rest
ful sleep are assured those who habitu
ally use Primo Beer as a table bever
age. It aids the digestion, soothes
tired nerves, and acts as a general tonic.
Any meal will taste Jbetter for a
glass or rnmo.
PrimO BCCr A Tonic and Beverage
Hotel Stevvmt has easily taken tho
plac-o uf tho old Occidental as tho
beadeiuartcrs of people fiom Hnvvnlt
In San I'rrtnclsco. It has also taken
n large share of the Army and Navy
p.itiouugo, mid Its iitinospheia N
mine nearly like that of old times
than nn thing that the new San
Francisco offers local people. Mr.
Stewart, the pioprletor, Is ,u very
pleasant gentleman and is doing his
utmost to make his place homelike
for lleilinliilans. l.any Deo Is to bo
found In tho buffet, the barber Is a
funnel Honolulu man, mid each night
nt dinner u Hawaiian quintet cluu
furnishes music. The hotel Is ucioss
the street fiom the St. 1'inncls on
tiejry street near Powell. Its rooms
me conifoitalile mid uliy, mid tho
table Is noted for its excollcmo mid
very leasonable prices. As evidence
of tho hot ul'rf success, Mr. Stovvurt
has his mrmigements all completed
for erecting nn annex on the vacant
lot adjoining, and constiuctton will
boon begin. This will glvo him inoio
looms to accommodate tho tianslents
whom he now lias fiequently to tuin
nwny. Spain is nhvajs round for
Tho marriage of Mtus I.eoutlno
Hnrtnaglo to Dr. Fin ley has been ai
r.inged to take place In Soattlo at tho
homo of tho Initio's hi other on the
livening of Dec. Sth. Thu wedding
tour Is to Include visits to California
and Mexico. Miss lliiituiiglo iiimlii
many fi lends heio while visiting her
sister, Alia. Ilnlleutyno.
Mr. mid Mis. Krlo KiiiiiUon mo
staving at tho (turtle) s em Collegu
Hills. Their visit bus given their nil
melons tl lends oppoitiinltles of en-
itcitnliilng tlioui, and Mrs. KiiiiiIm'ii,
alwavs charming, heems iniiio so than
ever since her holiday In tho IC.mt.
Miss Winston's many friends will
bo liiti'ieslod In healing that she Is
enjolng .New York greatly mid lias
wilt ten enthusiastically of her visit
to tho (larilck Thentio, whore the
llusslmi actios?, Muitamo Olga Niul-1
mova, U pin) inc.
Cm ds am out as follows: Mr mi.l
Mrs. F, A. Schnofoi icqiiest tho pleas
ure of jour piosoiice at tho marrlago
of their daughter, IHhclluda, tu Mr.
Alfied Lovvioy Castle, on Tuesday,!
Ono of the yiofosBors of the now
Collogo of Hawaii, Dr. Hudson, with i
bis wife, mo b't.ivlng at Mik (1 lay's, I
on King nil eot. Dr. and Mrs. Bali-'
Kin have lived for many o.uh In Ku
lopo and uro cxcoptloiinlly clever lin
guists, Di. Ilahaini Is u liiember of
tho Coiiutiy Cliib.mid an eiithusinstlc
Mi and Mis. (leorgo Davies gave1
a pi city Utile dinner last Filday nt
"The Dingle." The guests iucludo'l
Mrs. Illiney, Mis. Hw.inzy, Mlt-s lllr
iie, Mr. Hairy Maefiiilauc .lr., Mr.
James Wilder, and Mr David Atidi-r-Miu.
Dr. Sheldon, so Veil known horn
ns ono of thu popular ollUeirt of '.ho
"Itobtoior," has lotiiiuod In Hliglan.l.
Ho Intends Ktud)lng at St ll.utholo-
iiicw'h Hospital befoio losiimlng thu
practise uf his piofosslou In London.
Mr. nnil Mis. Ocorgo Cooko ltavo
letuiued fiiiui Molokal, whole they
have been htn)ing during thu last
)ear, mid their friends will bo plead
ed to hear of their Intention to nriko
Honolulu theli futuio liomo.
Mr. and Mis. ltobert l.migu enter
tained at dinner on Tuesday night.
Thu guests vvoio Dr. and Mis. Dab
rem, Mr. and Mrs. Du ltol, Mr, irid
Mrs, J. O. Young, and Mrs. I. Kltent.
Judge mid Mrs. Stanley mo expect
ed to leturn fiom Hawaii on Tues
day next. While tho Judge has been
attending tho law com tu. Mis. Simi
le) enj())ed visiting her friends.
Mr. mid Mis.. Du Hot entei tallied
In honor of Dr. and Mis. ll.ibson mid
Mr. mid Mrs. Itobeit I.ange lust week
at a dim mliigly Informal dinner.
Mrs, A. (!. llavves Jr. Is conflr.ed
to her loom with mi attack of gilppn
and, though still far fiom well, H
the eighth of December, nineteen
handled and eight, tit eight o'cloi k,
nt St. Audiew'H Citliedinl, Honolulu,
Tho First View Iteri'ptlou will ho nL
tho Klloh.iua Alt I.oigiiu on Mond'iy
evening, November 301 Ii at So'clock.
Mi. Wallace I'aiiingtoii is being
vmIi iimed back !) Ills fi lends aflei a
woll-eaiui d v nail loll.
Mis F II llumphrlii has rctur.ivl
to tho Mo.iuu Hotel.
Now bigs, purser, pii'iisols uml iim
biolhis for ladles mid children nt Whit
ney A; Alaish'H.
(FMKlilUhM 11179) t
An Inhalation lor
CreaoUno Is a Boon to Asthmatlat.
Utf It nut mn uiuru effective to brvatan la a
rcmiHljr fur dtu of tho bratllDK orau tbau
Id tnke tUe tt JiuJf luto lb ptJiuucli?
OreMolftie curoi bwaaw tha air, rcadend
fttrnr.tfljr aniiM-ptlc. U tatrlud over Ilia dUetud
kinfBi-H wim . hatTi. irltln nrolutiifed aud
C4inUat treatment, U U lnvaluabla to tuotbria
wiiu ituau oinuren.
Thua of a Coo
will UmJ ImmedUta ttliet
ttvta Cougbi ur Inflnmed
Cumlltlon of ()i throat
Huiul it)ut tur do
Mi tulton btrwt,
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