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evening bulletin, Honolulu, t. il, 8a.tuiway, dec. 19, isos.
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Christmas Hints for
Wlmt to Give Itoby is the first
thought of Christmas. Prcttv and
dainty dresses, m long and short.
HAND CROCHET SACQUES in
SILK CROCHET CAPS nnd BON
NETS, pink, blue, white, nnd red.
BO PEEP BLANKETS in delicate
blue and pink.
CELLULOID BABY SETS, comb
brush, powder box, etc., nicely boxed.
HAND EMBROIDERED BIBS.
BOOTIES in Silk nnd Worsted.
Soft leather SANDALS and BOOTS,
m pink, white, light blue, caidinal,
tan. nnd black.
E are prepared for Christmas as we never were before. Bring your
Gilt 1 roubles to us we can help you to a quick decision. And
if you can't make up your mind let us issue for you a
MERCHANDISE ORDER or GLOVE ORDER
In Hunt Dink nnd blue with nlnlia-
bet, numbers and ditties woven in
TESIAMENT CRIB SPREADS
LiL'ht blue nnd nink with Biblical
'lh Mrations and quotations.
Coiuc nnd se them.
Battenberg Scarfs and
They are all beautifully hand-made in exquisite designs, some nil lace,
sonic linen centers, nnd some with dt awn-work linen ccnteis:
BATTENBERG CENTERS nil lace, GO nnd 7Cr.
BATTENBERG CENTERS, with linen, 50 upwards.
BATTENBERG DDYLIES, linen centers, :55c- upwaids.
BATTENBERG SCARFS, size 18x54, beautiful designs, from
BATTENBERG SQUARES, with drawn-work linen centers, elegant
The above arc nil hand-made an 1 far below the regular Driccs.
IRISH POINT SCARFS AND SQUARES to match, in beautiful de-
signs, at fl() 750 $1.00 $1.25 and upwards.
See cur window display and note prices.
BATTENBERG TABLE COVERS with linen centers, very handsome
lace effect, large size. SPECIAL, $6.00.
Monday is Souvenir Day
Dressed Dolls Wiil be Given Away
A Dressed Doll Gratis with every $2 purchase,
and a larger size Dressed Doll Gratis with every $5
Specially boxed for the Christmas season and put up in novel shapes:
DESKS WITH DRAWERS, ROLLER TOP DESKS, TRAVELING
TRUNKS. BOOK AND BASKET FORM all filled with papsr
HOLLY BOXES and FANCY BOXES of PAPER of all kinds. Prices
range from 15 a box upward.
EMPTY HOLLY BOXES
All sizes. Handkerchief, Glove, and Ribbon Boxes, 10 and
Holiday Knjt Goods
KNITT SILK SHAWLS in white
and delicate shades with fringe,
FANCY KNIT SCAKFS, in white
and delicate combination colon,
' ICE WOOL SHAWLS, $1.50 up-ward.
I CREAM. CASHMERE SCARF
SHAWLS, from, $2.75 up.
A Handsome Silk Dress
The only Silk that is Absolute
ly pure and sold with a written
From $1.15 per yard,
MONEYBAK PEAU DE S0D2:
At $1.50 a yard.
FANCY DRESS SILKS:
Latest designs in all the leading"
colors in Dress Patterns. No dup
licates, $1.00 a yard upward.
Messalines and Liberty Silks in
leading colors, at 85 a yard.
.In leading colon, dress lengths,
no duplicates, at $1.00 a yard.
TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS, new designs, elegant colorings, in all
sites, from $3.75 up.
SCALLOPED MARSEILLES BED SPREADS with corners cut for
BRASS BEADS, at $4.75.
HEMSTITCHED LINEN TEA CLOTHS, size 04x54, at $4.50 each.
HEMSTITCHED DOYLIES, frinired, all linen, $1.25 a dozen.
HEMMED LINEN DAMASK D0YLD3S, in pretty designs, size 10x10,
$1.50 a dozen.
HEMSTITCHED LINEN DAMASK NAPKINS, fine quality, neat pat
terns, from $4.75 a dozen up.
SATIN .DAMASK TABLE SETS, cover and napkins to match, elegant
desi(ms: . . . t
WHO WILT. HE TVV. T.irnirv nnroi
The next few rlv will fell thn tol. S.,,,1 i .... ... n.. r
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contest will close on THURSDAY, AT 10 P. M.
ine two elegant dolls in our windows will be delivered to the lucky
ones Christinas Morning.
A vote with every 25c. purchase. ,
, EVERY VOTE COUNTS.
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X MONDAY .ounlub (hue was
asu little hop-at llio Moana
hotel, the tra.iBpon belli;; In
pint adding Its c no in to lilt
man) charming g lOHts prea-
cut I'ti li.ipH arum,; lliu Ho
nolulu huch't) women picscnl nonu
wuro to noticed ns Mib Man) Mae
huljiio. who look) (1 ei niott In .i
tlulnt fioik Hei tru In imsuil-for 0,'' ""' Klmll;' "l0 " rat(. '"'
Uio possot-M-B blue pjo. ! irk huh, u "10 'imi'oncni gun on uiu rncu ut tnnt
poifict (imipluxlim nml injure Sho Is """' '" ""' "" uo ""Buiiun.
it great favorite with her woman
fi It mis. which speaks volumes fur her
at thu Young hottl, hut It will ho many
n iltiy bifoio she iccottis from thu
shock To drlvo along tho WiilklUI
road In Kitting t bu a risk to lire
i.uil limb I Raw a public chauffeur
i'tllber.itil ilrlu over n dog on
Thursday ulthmusli hn could eiibll)
hate turned out, thu io.Ul bejng cteui
at the tide Hail it been n chllil, It
The lanicnleil panting nwny oi Mrb
tlnccilly and kindness of honit. l'ru-. .1, O. Cnrter has thrown many proml
vloiis lo tho hop .Mrs. rtohtrUnn, a nent fnnilllea Into deep mourning, mid
piiCHtjiit tho Mounn, colehiutcd foi lior, thcro Is a feeling of sadness and gloom
liufret Kienth clothes, was thu host- otr tho community. Probably no one
ehB of a little illimir, her guests In 'will bo moro grcatl missed than tho
i hiding I)r and Mrs Charles Coiiicr kindly, sweet nnd luwiblo character
(iiid Captain nnd Mrs. Moats Shu which biought cheei and hnpplness to
woro u whlto Bating frock, nml tho wi man) dining her llfo here. Alwnjs
tnhlu was dccointed with longste
meil American Ileaiitlcs, Thu dinlni;
loom was, cij gay, for other dlnutiH
woiu given bj visiting BtrangurH. 'I ho
lnii.il, where lorfio Ib gcnorallj served,
iooktd qulto Inttieatlng and thcro woio
hi man Dpis present tlio attention
was aluajh dalinul
' Among tho lunciliuniK of tho week
vas tho enjoMiblo one of Mi Illrli
i.nl Ivirs on l'rlilaj in honor of Mrs.
Philip Aiidiuws Twtlvo covers en
circled tho flower bideeked table, and
the, iltllcions ropoat was vory much np
preclated llio guests Included Mrs
IMwaril Tonne , Mis. Oiorgo Pottu.
Mib (!ti i It Wilder Mrs Chai loa Coop
ii, Mrs (' Wilder Mis M Scott,
Mia. hem Sr Mrs J 3 Walkei, Mls3
M. Walker, Miss Leslie Wight
Mr. Kdwatd DulEeiibPrg, tho victim
of n lerrlblo nnjtor nccldtnt, Is rtcn
erlng slowlj f i nnt Jila cntH and hrulfcs
Hu Is uo'v nt llio I'li.isauUiu Miss
iharltnblo, sho was a watchword In
mnnj' homcB for" all that was good and
noble Tho sjinpalhy of tho commun
ity at lacgi) la with tho bereaved' fam
I'y, and thu funeral cm Wednesday was
it testimonial of thocetiem in which
fIiu was held.
An Informal hut dellgtful llttlo tea
wus given by Mies Ihinlco Piatt on
Wediiebdny In honor of Mrs Adams, n
guest nt tlio WaiJman's. Other guests
wero Misses Genoviovo I.anston, Alice
Cooper, nthel Spalding, Allco Spald
ing, Almeila Townsend, Hullo McCor
ilstun, II, Cattnn, Wiiiliuun (2).
Mr. nnd Mrs. John McCaudlcsa hnvo
tnkeu thu Hobiou place In Nuiiauu
Tho prhnte dining loom of the
Pleatanton was thu bcciiu of n beau
tiful dinner on Thursday pvenlng, thu
host inn) hostess being Captain mid
Mib HeeB Tho tublo was pcifuctly.
rreen candlo t-hadcB making a pleas
ing loinblnntloii. -After dinner MrB.
Victor Collhih favored tho guestB with
beveral Bongs, which charmed ever
bod). Shu woiu nn Kmplru frock of
I.tbeity Batln In u shade of delft bluo
which was very well suited to her on
t'buul and iirllstlc t) po of beauty. Tho
guestB Included Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilarr)
Maefarlaue, Mr. and Mib. Hlchuid I
eis, Mr. and Mrs. Alouzo Hartley, Dr.
and MrB. Victor Collins, l)i. und Mib
James J odd.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Ernest WntiTliouso en
teit'tliied at dinner on Wednesday In
I.ouni of Mis. liocdcfold ami Lieut
Chelton, U. S. A.
Among the guests nt tho Moana
Hotel was Mr. Uuilulph Hpreckels,
who sailed In tho Amcilcn Muni. Mr.
ad n Mrs. Klihard Ivctb kuvo u little
dinner last Saturday evening, nt
which ho was present. Tho othei
Kinsta lncliidDil Mrs. Hvde-Sinlth.
' Mr fitwl Mm Clpru im IT.lvlnH Mrit 1
era Sr , and Mr. Andrew Aduma. Mr.
Spieckela la not only a man of a ft a Irs
but la fond of sotlal life, and nlwa)B
a cultivated and interesting convor-
'liatlonnllste. lie Is thai met! with the
Muilon Hotii, too, Is guttlug on wellbnunged, American Duality lObta anil
Islands nml thuioughly enjojtd hia
It will bo a tieat to seo such a c'.uv
cr uctoi as Ilobert Maiitell In Ilono
lulu nnd Mr. Adams, bo puurcsshu
nnd successful, will kui fly hook n
i l,ii go uudlenco.
There la a feeling of Chilstmaa cheer
In llio air, and thu happy faces of the
children one bqqi lililllng about with
thcli proud parents, uro bright with ex
pect.illon I'amlly illnnnra will bo en
(ogle on rililny night and Thursdii)
uvo. Thu St.inlejs will cute i tain for
a large number of guests unit ptobably
iort) will gather arrmid thu hnspltiblu
IhmhI The Swnn7N!s 'iitend having n
largo pnity of re-lathcs, and tho Ten
nis, Mntfarlancs, Waterhoiisoa, Da
uioiiB nml others wl1! entertal.i large
ly At thu Hector), the tTaboinea al
wa)H iihI. the homcIu.4s strangers and
he irt) Indeed Is tho welcome nlwa)s
loiind tin if. Tho Castles bale a In go
i Ian who feast royally nt Kalnolu and
In ovei) house la u holiday feeling
which .i1ii)b comes ns the twentj
II ft 1 uppioiichca.
One of tho charming dinners of
tho week was given nt thu Alexander
Young Hotel on Wednekday evening
l) Mr. Wlchman, The table was
very lovely, being decorated with u
luigo cltikler of Moliuerulji rosea in
palest plnK. Thu can die Bhadea were
pink satin nnd the pink and white
effect was further enhanced by tho
lose place-cards. Tho guests Includ
ed Mr. und Mrs. Alonzo Quitley, Mr.
und Mrs. Drulnerd Smith, Mr. und
MrB. Tenney Peck, .MrB. Philip An
drews, und Mr. George Pullet.
Guests ut tho Moana hotel Include:
Mrs. A. II. Robot tson, Los Angeles;
Mrs. i:. j, Mcliijdo, San Fmmlsco;
Dr. and Mrs. Collins, Major U. i:. Win
dow, MIsb Krauceno Day, Seattle;
Mlsa Krupt, Mr. und Mrs. C. J, Hutch
Ins, H, II. Ilciry, San Kinnclsco;
Misses Muiphy, lloleni, Ilont,; Plojd
II. KmmaiiB, Mrs. Kinnians, Mrs. Mai)
Orcen, Minneapolis, J, J. llergln and
wife. Los Angeles, Mr, and Mrs Lin
coln Llppltt,' Provlilqncn. n. I, who
will stay for three mouths. Mrs. Llp
pltt la n hnndanmu wopian and attracts
much attention as tho wnlks Into the
illnlngroom perfectly gowned,
Miss Adolnlde Hoaro Ib Bliemllng tho
winter In Now Zealand. Shu will be
reineiubeied as thu Into HrltlBh Con
Col and Mis. fleorgo Macfarlano mo
expected to arrive fioni Kngl.md in
i bout three weeks.
Dr. Sheldon, of tho Itcstnror, Is 1 1
Mi. Harold Castle and n paity of
)oung men, Including Ilg Hedemanu,
thu Lowreys, and several others, are
camping In tho direction of Hulcakiila,
having Balled for tho other Inlands this
Mr. John Lennox of IJIeelo, Kauai,
announces thu engagement, of his sin
ter, Mlsa Annie Hoy Lennox, to Mr.
Uaiold T. Barclay, Kukulhaole, Ha
MIbs (aind'H Graham, who has been
living with tho Gllmnnu nt Wulklki,
called last week to Join Captain and
Mrs. Graham In Seattle 8ho will
then pioceoil In tho "Krsktno Phelps"
for Pranco and will bo plncuil In u
good school. Cnptnln Graham is tnk
im; grain over to France, un old run
of his, and will not retain to Honolulu
tor Bomu time.
Mr. nml MrB. William Ilr)nn and
dniighter will spend the winter nt
the popular Moana Hotel.
Mlsa Ethel Wilcox wus tho icclplent
of a kitchen idiuwer, accompanied by
limericks, which proved most enter
taining. A guessing contest also occu
pied thu guuBtu us to thu contents of
tho numerous packages, tho winner
being Mrs. J. A. Hogg, Mlsa- McCly
mont and Mrs. Dclueit. Miss Dei nice
Hundley read thu limericks with great
naprlt. Miss Wilcox la a vjry pretty
girl and a populai onu. Her marriage
to Mr. Wilcox will bu n toclety event.
A )nung ilnughtcr has como to tho
homo of Mr, and MrB. A. .1. Cump
Miss Maud do Urcttcvlllu and her
brother Paul Ime gono to Kami for
their Christmas vacation,
Captnln Joaseln Is busily greeting
his friend and ever) body Is glad M
seo the genial mariner.
Mrs. Swinburne lifts gone to Pan
nma to Join the Admiral.
Mrs. Lena Soyeranco, bound, l-i
i traitjacket, hanga herself In Nnpi
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It quenches your
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Drink It for your Health
or for your Enjoyment, but
drink it always when you
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