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BVENINO I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY. DKC. 5, 1008.
GET YOUR COUPONS FOR THE
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OUPONS given with each 25c PURCHASE, whether cash or charge. During the week we
have given out several thousand coupons. It will be to the benefit of the holders of these
to bring them as early as possible, so that we can publish the names, and thereby let your
friends know that you are interested in it. The House is on view in the store. Come in and
see it. . -
The Latest New York Creations in
INessaline, Lace, etc.
The former come in Fink, Blue, and
HANDSOME and SELECT
as we have only a single dress pat
tern of each.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Fancy Silks and
for Children, Misses, Ladies.
These are surely a seasonable and
are always acceptable and useful. We
have them in SILK and KID, in as
sorted colors and lengths.
Ladies Y Childs' and Gents
CHILDS' '" il'4.
COLORED BORDER in fancy box . , . 15c BOX
FANCY INITIAL..3 in fancy box .. 25c BOX
PURE LINEN, INITIAL. 3 in fancy box 60c BOX
Many other styles in fancy containers.
INITIAL, CROSS-BAR BORDER 10c EACH
CROSS-BAR, INITIAL IN WBEATH ,,....' 75c A BOX OF 6
HAND EMBROIDERED INITIAL, PURE LINEN .. $1.25 A BOX OF 6
HAND EMBROIDERED INITIAL, 8HEER LINEN ? 1.50 A BOX OF 6
These are, a few of the SPECIAL VALUES.
PLAIN WHITE HEMSTITCHED, from 10c TO 75c EACH
FRENCH LINEN, NARROW, COLOlEDRDE . .' Oc EACH
in all desirable shades and materials,
made up in the Latest Styles. AL
Real Lace Scarfs,
Berthas, and Collarettes
' Chiffon Scarfs
In sets or single garments.
INFANTS and. CHILDREN'S
Dresses, Caps, and '
Every lady loves pretty hosiery.
We have a full stock in
Silk and fyncy Lisle
in Plain and Fanoy Designs.
For Miss Woodward
Miss llestf Woodward, who sails
for licr homo 111 I.os Angeles In the
Alnmedu next week, has been regu
Imly feted during her visit ut Gov
ernor and Mrs. .t'rear's. Teas, dln
ihms, lunches, nud receptions have
been given In her honor. She Is not
only a very pretty girl but an amlnble '
cine, and hus pleased everybody by
her sweet, unaffected manner. A
charming luncheon was given by Miss
Madge McCandlcss In her honor on
Tucsduy. American lleuuty roses In
1-irge, graceful clusters adorned tho
table, uml the pretty futes around
tliu filendly board wore close rivals
to tho beautiful blossoms. Tho guests
Included Mrs. tleorgo Cooke, Mrs.
Kidman, Misses Marlon Waterhouse,
Muigarct Waterhouse, Marjory Petor
Hiii, Hopper (-), Allco Cooke. Mr.
nud Mrs. Krdmun also entertained
for Miss Woodward on Tuesday at
tliii Dllllngluim place, "Woodlawn,"
and tho tablo looked very attractive,
tlm tandclubnis shaded in red being
lunl.ed with "Illecdlng Heart" and
greens. The guests Included Mr.
nnd Mis. W. Sutton, Misses Writ
D.imon, Jnno Wlnno, May Kluegel,
Noi.i Sturgeon. Margaret Castle,
Kludge McCindless; Messrs, Harold
Castle, Tiederlc Lowrey, Sheiwood
l-owni), Gullforil Whitney, Geo. ful
ler, Livingstone, Hand,
Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Carr request
t)i; pleasure of jour company at tho
wedding reception of their daughter,
. lllslo Tiowbrldgu, and Mr. Itobert Ed
wind llKiwer on the afternoon of Tues
day, November tho seventeenth, nluo
teen hundred nud eight at halt past
lour o'clock, -103 Commonwealth Avo
mm, Huston, Massachusetts.
The gioom Is tho youngest child of
Mrs, David Hlco by her former mar
riage uml all thu persons concerned
nio voiy well known hero. Mr, llrow.
or was born In Honolulu,
One of tho most delightful dinners
of thu week was given at tho Moana
holol (in Weduutduy ovenlng by Dr,
and Mrs. V. II, Huinpluls to a few
(if their Intimate Mends. A largu Jar
kAnleio of dark red carnations olabor
wl'dy decoiated tho table. Mrs. Hunt-
phi Is wore n pink boUii dress flulshed
around the bottom with rosetteB aii(
the oldioso point laco coattbo with a
Finart bolt of satin was most effective.
the colffuic. She mailo a lovely pic
Hire. Mrs. C. W. Cuso Decrlng's fiock
of cold nnd silver tissue over pink of hair,
satin was much admired. In her hair
two pink feathers connued by a band
of gold, wore most becomingly ar
ranged. Mrs. Vincent Kltcut woro a
soft silk with tny roses vowdcred over
thu surface, and In her lialr was a ban
deau of ccreso ribbon Her hair Is
simply wonderful, reaching hor anklas,
nnd of a lovely golden brown color.
She has enough for ton ordinary heads
Tho guests Included Mr. and
Mrs. C, W. Case Hcerlngs, Mrs. Vin
cent Kltcat, Mr. und .Mrs. Alexander
G. Hnwes. Jr.. Dr. Victor Collins, Mr.
Another dinner In honor of Dr. and
Mrs, llumphrls was given on Thursday
evening. Ccresogerantums with their
irrecn U:rves In n lurcu silver dish test
ed on a silver tray in tno centei of tho
table, and before llio plates of the
Regal Christmas Shoes
IN THE NEWEST EALL SHADES AND PATTERNS
Nothing makes a more sensible and
practical jjift than one of our Christ
mas Certificates an order for a pair of
Regal Shoes, Black Russian Calf, Russet
Capper Tans two of, our handsomest
Huy your husband a pair-of
It you find a slipper just as
good as one of our Regals, you
will also find that it is much
$1.50 to $3.50
REGAL SHOE STORE
McCandles Building :
Corner of King aud Bethel Streets
guests of honor wcro mlnlaturo dress
putt cases bearing the legend "bon voy
age." Tiny calenders for tho coming
enrs were at each place. Mrs. llum
phrls wore a dull green Dlrectolro
dock embellished with rich old lace.
Thu gacsts Included Mr. and Mrs. C
W. Cuke Hecrlng, Miss Jcsslo Kauf
mnnn, Mr, and Mrs. Alexander O,
Havves,. l)r, Victor Collins.
Mrs. James Castle has returned to
"Tho Dimes" nt l.ale, where she has u
delightful country home,
Dr. and Mrs F. II. llumphrls are
iKmllng tho last few das before their
doparturo for England with tho Deer
Ings In King street.
Katharine Ooodion's recital at tho
Opera House on Tuesday evening
promises to bo a musical treat. Mr.
W. D. Adams has the affair in charge
and that generally spells success.
Mr. and Mrs. Jured Smith expect
to occupy their new bungalow in
Highland Park this vrcek, which they
purchased from the Illackmans.
Cards havn been received ns fol
lows: Mrs. Hutch, Miss Hatch, Satur
day thu twelfth of December, five to
seven, 174 1 lthodu Island Avenue.
A Boclety event of next wiek will
bo tho marriage of Miss Kthelludu
Schaefer and Mr. Alfred Castle at St.
Andrew's Cathedral on Tuesday even
ing. Mr. Castlu has been very 111
with dengue rnd is not yet out of (he
house, hut Is steading Improving. Miss
Kthcjlnda Schaefer will make a
rhariulug bride and her dress Is u love
Among the passengers lu the Ko
rea wus Mrs. Charles Peering of Chi
cago, the Btep-mother of C. W. Casc
Do'erlng, V.sq. She was entertained
for tho day nt the King street resi
dence of the Ueerlngs, Mrs. Kirk-
hian of Chicago accompanied her,
Miss Helen Wilder has returned
fiqm California, where she owns uu
extensive ranch, to spend the l)oll
das with her mother, Mrs. Kllzu
beth Wilder, on Judd street. She s
looking well and everybody Is glad
to see her,
Mr. und Mrs. James Cockburn
gave an Informal dinner last even
ing, tho guests Including Mr. and
Mrs. I.cwton Drain, Judge und Mrs.
Stanley, Miss llallou, aud Mr Mor
ton, Miss Jessie. Kaufmann has been
inpch entertained during the past
wccik She Is busily engaged with an
BY F E A ELBEItTUS
So peculiar, complex, and
wonderful is the web of life,
that our very blunders, weak
nesses and mistakes are woven
in and make the fabric stron
ger. Hate may animate, but only
For merit there is a recom
pense in sneers, and a bene&t
in sarcasms, and a compensa
tion in hate; for when ihese
things get too pronounced a
The men who lire in history
are those whose lives have
been well written.
Hope pushed to t'other side is
At the last, no man who does
his own thinking is an "He."
Outwardly he may subscribe to this creed or that, and if he is very dis
creet he may make his language conform, but inwardly his belief is nev
er pigeonholed, nor is his soul labeltd. In theology the great man re
coils Bethought of dogmatism for he knows its vanity; and all alge
braic formulae in his sublime moments are cast away.
Superfluous things are the things that we cannot do without; irreverent
things in literature are the necessary.
Character is the result of two things, mental attitude and the way we
spend our time.
Do not fear beipg misunderstood, and never waste a moment thinking
about your enemies.
Don't think the other fellow's opportunities have been greater than youis
he made them.
Folks who never do any more than they get paid for, never get paid
for any more than they do.
Be slow to censure your superiors, who, standing upon higher ground, see
things, in a better light.
Cop) right, 190S, by Hlbert Hubbard.
and SKEETQO burned in a skeetgo lamp sends them
staggering away. You. cannot have comfort reading
nor can the children study to advantage fighting mos
quitoes. Buy a SKEETQO LAMP. Complete $1.00.
Tops to fit any lamp, FIFTY CENTS.
, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS,
A wreath of pink iosob wus worn lu