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KVKNINC) BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It, SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1008.
Whitney & Marsh
Doll's House Contest Begins December 1st
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WE have imported at the cost of $100 a beautiful DOLUS HOUSE, furnished throughout and electric
lighted, which we will GIVE AWAY to the one having the LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES. One
Coupon entitling the holder to one vote will be given with every 25 CENT, purchase.
Results will be published each week in Saturday's Bulletin and .Sunday's Advertiser. The Doll's Hpuse will remain on exhibition in our
Window until Tuesday evening, and after that in the store. No employee of the store will be allowed to participate in this contest.
In White, Pink and
Blue Mull, from
No two alike.
Silk Braid Coats
in White, Hlack and
These arc all the rage
in the States.
From $18.00 up
For Ladies and Chil
dren. Our assortment
is now complete, and is
of such variety that.
they must he seen.
Prices range from
25c to $25
Sale of Imported
QN TUESD'AY DEC. 1st. we will
place on Sale, at much Reduced
Prices, about nine Elegant Evening Coats
and Capes each model different.
These will make seasonable and hand
some Xmas Gifts.
Some are on display in our mauka window.
Get your coupons on Tuesday
Umbrellas and j
.. . . , 1 Ladic very sheer, with Ardenne
These are always useful.Hand . embroidered Initial and
and acceptable gifts forjwrcath,30each;?1.75boxof6.
Ladies and Children. , rj
..,,, r We can confidently recommend
Child s Parasols from tIlM( f. . f . m . ..
------ - , v. IMV "V 11U1V I.IW1
Gents' pure linen, Hand-embroid-
, ercd Initial, 25 each.
Have you seen the new
Evening Hood, with
Face Veil attached ?
Light weight and dust
proof. Special at
THE MISER'S MILL
WAS GREAT SUCCESS
Tim (licci) i)ioi t'ttn "Till! Miser's
Mill," glun 1'ilil.iy evening :it thu
llouso to its uipaclty. dra.lc. Hcal.ml Llujd. nicanor Uran-
Mis. Lewis Is dcsciviiig pirlicul.ir in, Kvolvn C.irrclr.i, Allco Olo.
Pi.iImi foi tliu artistic maiuiur In Cnoiuis I Irst (111111111, I.o Hoy
vvlil.h hIid cimililnril tliu duties ami IIuhIi; Second (inuuic, Muurhu Mu-
litiiKirx ot rciujKisrr, lender, anil .11- Imiphy.
Opitlll House, wilH 11 illstllut success ri'iior or urn vvuuiu iinuir. ii.u oi- uuicis i.ru sialic. v.ihiiii.h:ii -...
fiiim cveiv .mint, i.r liv nn.l lb iliMtra under her leadership was 11 sier, Sain Ciller. Prcd Carter. Duko
li.iviliiK .1 I.HKO ImiiKo rm tlio iiintl- IK-iToct iiuonipnnlmcnt for tlio
,.,, this afloiiiooii. ;olies or tlio (hlldicn an. I tint ntiim-
"TIiu MIkm'b Mill" Is 11 Play with m'hero or tliu pl.i). Tim oi.husti.i
li pilipo'c, leaching III" lesson ot lll'"l "I' f tlio leading iniisl.
(iilsti.ian.glvlng mill Low, tor tint '' "' ' ' ""wnlicru or tin.
olil mill Juung. TIk. llhiottii tells S) million Chili .mil Mis. Lewis Irnv-
tlu Horj In 1111 otti.iitlvo Htjlo mi.) I"''- '' " l,a'1"1' ' lll ,ltu
thu music give tho light, blight, und " 1""1 w" "o 'ip..o.
12. Ilowcn, Mrs. Harriet Coleman,
Mia. Wcstervclt, Mrs. L. I,. McCnnd-
less, Mis. George 1. C.iHtlc, Mm. Do
lomiis Scudder, Mrs. J. A. Hopper,
Mm. P. C. Jones, Mrs. J. M. Whit
ney, Mrs. W. HoftiiMiin, Mrs. U.
Chaperoncs Miss Allro Drown,
Mrs. IMvvIn Hall. MIsh Mndg.i Mi
Cdiidlcss, Miss .Marjory Peterson,
Mhs Katlicrliie Hopper, Mrs. W. J.
Cooj.er, Miss Maiuarot Waterliouse,
Miss Sarah I.ucas, MIhs 1'rmlnp Cross.
Coninilttee In Charge of Operetta
Mrs. Z. K. Mers, Mrs. Allnn White
Mis. Mannlo I'hlllips, Mrs. KlnKslmry
wcro Mr. and Mrs. Whitney, Mr. and
Mrs. CcnrKo Cooku anil Mr. und Mrs.
Sutton. Thu hosts wcro Messrs. Arth
111 Mackintosh, Hob McCorrlstun, ('. If
font Whitney, Harold Castle, t)ery.'eut
Kennedy. I.onrey (3), Walter Hycroft,
Will Castle, OoorKo Inciibcrff, .Inck
YoutiK, Ham Ll.ildniu, Kdnards, lxom
Society Wedding Tonight
Miss Julio Damon, ulio Is to bo unit
ed In tho huly bonds nf matrimony to
titaht at the Damon restdenco la
Thurston acnue, to Mr. llarotd Olf
laid, will look unusually well In her
Miss Chailotto Hall. Miss rrancoa "rlilnl dress of softest white chiffon
Lawrence ,lcr sttitely beauty lendliiB Itself pan
Hodilmies, lleiuy Hodilnues, Homy
White, Pi ii 11 (eii lloweis. Ah Han I.cu.
Mnrlln llartm.iii, Henry Aiierb.ieh,
Mori Is Hlr.ttiiiejci, Stanley Show,
Vlll.iKu Chllilicn- Mlmion, Mls-s
Until P.irrliiKtim; llettlnu. Miss Trail
ic PmrliiKlou; Piit?, Hllurt Tiitllo;
i.ildiy aliiiosplieiu of (hlldieuM
Tho sloi) Is a slniplo one. An old
inlser abuses his two (hlldicu, liil
l.ii'K the 1 0111111(111 (omroils, to Kay
uolhliiK of CliilHtnius pleasure, Tliu
tuliles mid thu Kiiouies iiiinbtuu to
ihmiRu the licit it of tliu mlsir mid the
fiito of the ihlldicu, with tho lesult
that thu Mlecr spends his gold, and
brings all ho ihll.lrcn of thu vllluso
to uhaie tlio Jojh of ChrUtiuas cheer
mid kIUiik with his two wnlfa.
Tho piluilpal 11.11 Is me taken by 1
the iiiiisldans. Mrs. l.owls' bcnlia Kml, Alap.ikl Smith; Clulstlnii, Miss
was puiel) 11 labor of llo. her tlmulary llo; l.otta, Miss Amies llramo,
mid haul work behiB Riven without A Very Little. Hoy, Leo Walerhousu;
other lowmd than thu happliiuss ot Very Utile (llrl, Sybil ('inter.
hulpliiK In tliu Piou Ivlndernaitun j Others Thu Mlsf.es Constancu Ca
caiiHo foi thu liencllt ot which tho mai.i, Pleiades Colburn, Pvoljn 111
opeietta was kIuhi, The piece was nit, Harilct Davison, Akiics Aylett,
Miy piuttlly btaRcd and tho (ostumes Mary Sullivan, Mlldicd llrundago,
blight and fctchlni?. Thosu tnkliiK
pa)t In tho last were;
Hen Knliker (a mUci), Mr. Jus.
Prances Van (lleson, Agnes llrnnco.
lleiilah Taylor, Peiiella Miles, Kllza
heth Colburn, Mnlla KmnaUa, Kllzu
belli A)lett, Mary Adams, Lillian Ill-
all, Helen Woodward, Hiith Ho, !'
Ills (limi.luhlldieii (Irctel. Mlss.lhur Ho, llcrnlio Kiihan.imoku, and
.lames Wilder, tho miser, and Vei non All. u Sp.1l.U1iB; Hans, Vernon Ten- Masters M11I.0I111 Tuttlo mid Ken
Truuej and Miss Spalding, his ilill- ue
net 1 1 Wallace.
Clulstmus Hililes Loo, Miss Kay ' Ordiestiu Plrst Violin: Mrs. In-
Ilell; I'll), Miss Until MrChesuey; galls, .Mr. I.ovu, Miss Hoppei, Dr.
Peace, Miss (ieminn Wndinnn; Joy, Wall Se(ond Violin: l'nif. Knhl,
Miss Vera Damon; Jollity, Miss Mai-.I)r Mo.nc, Mr. James, Mr Drown.
Mlith, Miss Helen
Viola; Dr. Maiques. 'Cello; I)r
Straub. ilass: Mr. Williams. Pluto;
AdolaUo Mi Desky. Clarinet: Mr. Cliadwlclj.
1I1011. Mr Wilder Interpieted his
put to pcrfcrtlou. Ho was 1111 Ideal
miser mid Joll) elver. Ills heareis
foigot It was Jim Wlhlei, Vernon
Tenney mid Miss Spalding hoio tin) gaiet Itest.uIcK
brunt of lending purls with 1111 i.iho hpanilug,
ot nianner and Inuuesslvu nresentu-l Attendants Mlbses
tlon of tlio spirit (if thu Hues that Piatt, Ploionco White, Kathleen Comet: Mr llolsso, Mr. Kruss. irom
was uulto rcinaiKiiblo. Miss Itny Huttmanii, Jeauctto Cntnara, Mario bono: Mr Kaaa. Tyinpanlos: Mr.
Doll us the ililef of the failles win Holt, (iladjs AueibatU, Doiothy Wnl
liltn 0110 of tho stuis of tho occasion. dion, Ploiemo I)als, Miugant Hills,
Tlio 1 Inn uses and tho mlnoi spenh- (Iladjs Kiuger, Pcml Hough, Doro
lug p.uts or tho failles, gnoines, and thy Winter, Mmlo D.nlsoii, Violet
illlldren of Hip iIIIubu wi'ln all well Swirt, AMn.l Ilium, Dorotlis Ashlev,
dono nnd biniiBht out rieqiipnt mid Miriam Oiendeii, Allen Wong, Hlslo
eiithuslabtli. aniilaiibi). Iioiu 11 rash-, Wong, Julia light, Gurtiudu .Mi-
I'kK Piano: Mis. L Tennoj-Peik.
Putronebses Mrs. Walter Prear,
Mis S. II. Dolo, Mis. J. II. Athcrtoii,
Mis. Hllziihcth Wnteihouse, Mih. S,
M Damon. Mis. W. It. CaBtle. Mrc
I, P Dlllliigliam, Mrs. O. M Cooke,
Mis Ullen Wcawr, Mrs James II
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Smith an
nounce tho engagement of their itaugh
Itr, Kalliuilnu to Mr. Sam Alexander
Piogrosslo dinners nro generally
(fiillghtful und iml(uo experleuces, mid
tho 0110 given last week was no oxccs
Hon to thu 111I0 Thu llrst course,
suncd at tho Murslon Campbell's, put
OMTjbody In a good humor, mid tliu
pictuiesipiu icsldeucu ot Mr. and Mrs.
(!. (1, Uockus was thu trine ot the sic
mid course, wlilili went oil with a
swing and a dash At tho Common lal
Club Mr. J, S. MiCandlesa was "tho
genial host und hostess uiul thou e
rijbody hiud tlieiusuhcs In Aunpiml
tlreet to bo sciU'd .1 delicious course
at tlio (ilgnuux's. Collegu lllls nud
tho cosy hungalow or thu John John
sou's was null lhltcil, mid tin. last
but by no means least, cimo swiets,
(offeo and lliileiirn at the T, K Wnll's
It was a Jolly i.ut and a irogresslu
dluiier which went oh without u hilrh
iioiu beginning to end. Thu list or
guostB Included: Mr und Mrs. T. V
Wall, Mr. J. S. MiCaudless, Mr. and
Mrs. John Johnson, Mr. und Mrs, C.
(I. Uockus, Mrs. llatton, Mr. ami Mrs.
Mnrstou Campbell, Mr. nud Mrs. A. J
Dance at Young
Tho balliooiu or tho Alexander
Young hotel was tliu sruno of n ery
gay and billllaiit d.inro on Wcduis
day uM'iilng, glun by a niiiuber of
popular bachelors who wished to show
tlielr fair frlemla somu attc'iitluu nnd
took this delightful way of so doing
Tho rooms wuro artistically decorated
i.nd tho pretty jouug girls In their ill
lento uvenlng diesscs did honor to the
iccnsloii, Two steps and waltzes with
1111 occasional b.iin dance, niadu tho
hours fly anil thu root gai den, so cool
nud enchanting, was a dellghtrul plaeu
In sit and that between dances. Of
course oerjbol wis looklnc nt the
barnyard arlcty wero care.l from A Is Wlnsor, lMlth Slinrr.itt, llcrtha
raw M'gctnblcs, and looking us natural Johnson. Wllliclmlna and Alexandrl-
Its llfo adorned thn. huso 'turkey. Tho
menus and guest cards wero works of
art. Those Invited wero Dr and Mrs.
P. II. Humphrls, Mr. and Mrs. llnwcs,
Jr., Dr. Victor Collins, Mr. Dai Id An
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Ilcdrmnnn arc ex
pected to return tho 1st of Decem
ber. They nro nt Ilyron Springs for'
Mr. Hidcmnun's health, which luis,
been so poor of late Miss Alice'
Hcdeinann has already gono to Hu-
un Strmieh, Kalinda and Kveljn do
la Nux, Carrie James, Glads Prntt;
Messrs. Llttlejohn, Walker, Rosa,
Pratt, Nicholson (2), James (2), In
galls, Ilcnn, Wlnsor.
Mr. Douglas Itojd and his brother,
Mr. John llojil, sailed for the Orient
most reluctantly this week, being tn
oe with Honolulu Mr. Douglas
IIo.mI expei ts to spend pome tlipe
he e on hU nturn tiom tho Orient.
rope, where she Is spending tho win- , ll0 wunian's Auxiliary and Oulld
ler at Cannes with friends of tho' , c, Amirnwv win meet Mnndm.
tlcul.irly well to this stle of costume.
Tho Hov. Doremus Scudder will per
form tho marriage ceremony, and tho
housii will bo decorated by Mrs. Kd
ward Tenney, Mrs. Alice Hastings and
Mrs. Herbert, three of thu most art
istic women In town, and tho most
kindly, for they nro alwus doing
something pleasant for their friends
Thu oimg couplu 'will resldo on Ke
(iiumoku sheet, ulinost opposite thn
lamlly mansion. It will be strictly a
family wedding, onlj tho most Intl
mate friends being asked.
Mr. and Mrs. K.lward Teniic's
lluiiksgUiug dluucr on Thursday
jilght was 1111 unusually artistic affair,
IhuJioiiso being decorated In red ber
th's with great niaBses ot cholio rerns
liung lu clusters ugalnst an artistic
background. Tho table was also eiy
attractively decoiotcd. In the center
11 laigo Chliieso basket held tho rip
ist trulls, and swollen baskets weru
at each end ot thu lavlshlj set tnblu.
Ilcd hcrilcs and led s.illu ribbons wore
prettily entwined, tlio guist cardR be
lug hugo lurkus, whllu rnudled bon
ious In tiny Chlnuso baskets wero at
cadi place. The guests Included Mrs.
Allro Hustings, Dr. nud Mrs. Horbeit,
Mr. and Mrs, George Potter. Mr, und
Mrs, Glffnid, Mrs. Mary (I111111, Judgs
tnul Mrs Arthur Wilder, Miss Lorna
laukea. Mr. II. Walker, Mr. Prank
Mr and Mrs Alexander Young nro
pleasantly located nt llotol Stewart
In San Pranclsco. Mr. Young ex
pects to return to Honolulu tho
early part of Janunry. MrB. Young's
health Is Imptovlng.
Mis Lily. Paulino Prost, so pleas
antly loiueuiburcd hero, Is being much
ruled sluio lur lurhnl in HUursldu,
Mr and Mrs C W Cusq Deof lug's
TliimksglWng illnuer on Thursday
i'enliii: was a veiy elegant nffnlr The
deioiatlous wero tho artistic liamll I
Miss Kill th Prntt was tho reilplcnt
of n most (Icllglitful surprise paity
on Saturday evening last in honor i(
her blithdiiy, nt Punchbowl Height).
Uanies and dancing made tho bonis
fly, and a delicious supper was serv
ed, Thoso present Included 'Misses
lleatrlco and Psthcr White, Clara
Nov SOth, at ;'30 p. 111., with Mrs.
Walter L. Umory, 5f Hates street.
Mrs. Kiln Wheeler Wilcox has Just
tent out un advanced copj ot her new
uoolt tu several friends, hero
The automatic telephone service,, U
fully financed. Engineers will soon
arrive to put it in. Now is the time
nnd Martha Ingalls, Pearl Llttlejohn, to subscribe for a phone.
The ch'oice. pi connoisseurs
tne worTd' over.
('Itll.llPiaoilU tliittlllou, i win - I iM'Hni " . . . .n.. .(. ... . .... - .-..- --. - -
Joimhlu auiUcnco tltut filled tho Oiicra (Quccn, AIKo Ucenunu, Mtirb'tuct An-1 Castle, Mm, 1'. J. Lowiey, Mm. W
uuwli engaged couple n match Yihlph vorlt of tin. Japanese cjief, and ninny
will nleaso ovcijouc. Tho cliaiicrouca quaint ami cuilous uuluials ot tho
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