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EVENING BULLETIN, llONOLULff, T. If,, SATURDAY, DEC. 19. 1909.
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HEN ypu get ready to spend your Christmas money and want
to spend it in the most sensible way, not only to get value for
it but to get things that are sure to please those who receive
them, come to us ard let us show you what we can do to help you.
Especially in buying presents for "men, young men, boys, you'll
find us able to give you a good deal of help.
WVvegot a big lot'of tilings for men's gift? thing bova like, too; mnculme tliingft; you'll nmko a In t if von gic nnv one of fiftvor a liundml tiling wcum
show von hoiv, anting nnywhero from 25 ccutna.p to $50.00 or $75.00
1 No innlc pen-on, for pNiunplp, ever tins wore HANDSOME NECKTIES than Itn wants; son whnt 75i S1.00, 81.50, 82.00, will il for von in
nrrkwi'itr here. . ' .' ,
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Snme way with FINE HANDKERCHIEFS mm-r tfto ninny; or F.INH HOSIERY always owopliililo ; or SUSl'KXDERS,, (! LOVES, SMALL JEW-
ELRY, STUDS always wanting litem. .
We'll show 3011 Homo ELEGANT UM11RELLAS, from S1.50 up" We'll kIiqiv yon wine very S'ft'SNING FANCY WAISTCOATS from 85.00 up. If
you want to go in for moie mihMautial tilings, got him 11
Hart Schaiffner & Marx
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FINK SUIT or OVERCOAT; or a FULL DllESS or TL'XEVO SUIT. .You'll never get more money's uoith; nor hotter elotl.e-i.
Anything Hough! Here Mny Up Exchanged Al Anytime; If He Dorin'l Like II, Ihing It Hud:
Kins Street, near
TUB College Hills residence of
the I-owton-Uralns was tlio
Bcene of a most successful
uridgo e oniric on Tuesday.
M The rooms woro decorated In;
llnk carnations and maiden
lialr ferns, and MrB. l.owton-Urjtn, Inl
a daintily embroidered whlto mull
made a churmliiB hostess. Mrs. Cor
win Ilees, In a liandsomo frock of black
brocade, wus the fortunate winner of
1I1S flrst prlio a laigo banquet of
bride roses, tied with pink ribbon.
Ihcre were many well dressed women
picsmt, and among others were no
tfced Mrs. GeorKo Davlcs In jellow
bilk, and her sister. Miss Ulimv In
whlto chllfon. the bodlco bcliw out
lined with iiasinenterlo. Mis. Vlctov
('olllns' stately flBuro was bccomhfcly
Kowiied In whlto Liberty satin trimmed
with silver embroidery. Mrs. Vincent
Kltcat wore a beautiful frock of luce
and ciepo dochene, ohnmpaKifo color,
with toucllcs of ccrcse. Mis. Wat
hon'B costume was eau do Nil In color,
and vciy artistic. Mrs. Allan liottom
ley was In "a cream gnuzo; Miss Gor
don wore a pretty floweied organdy;
und Mrs, Hawes Jr. had on a yellow
crepo de chine with touches of palest
pink. Among tlio men present wero
Mr. Deeir, Mr. Waldron, Mr. David
Anderson, Mr. MacKinnon, Mr. Cur
70H Usbournc, Ur. Vlcjor Collins, Cnp
tain Corwln Itees, Mr, Edwurd Wat
bon, Mr. Allan Hottoinley, Mr. Oeorwu
Uavles, Mr. Alexaudei G, Hawes Jr.,
and the giaclous host, Mr. I.qwton
Drain. Mr. and Mrs. Prcdeilck Lowicy
K'io n slipper on Monday uvenlng at
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
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IRD.T.HIKIIS, Pnp . 37 61 til to Sliut, tvM
their town houso In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Castle Jr., who arrived
from llostou. Mass , for the wedding.
Thrco tnbles were placed In the large
dining-room and they were lavishly
nuorueu with violets. Masses or
these flagrant flowers were' placed In
baskets and vases about tlio spacious
npaitment, and the candles, softly
shaded, made a. perfect illumination
for the beautiful rooms, which are
full of choice bric-a-brac and curtofc.
Mis. Lowrey wore a pretty lingerie
frock of white mulle and no ona was
nunc, admired than Mrs. Corwln Itees,
who looked lovely in white. The
.uests Included Captain and Mrs.
Itees, Major and Mis. Dunning, Mr.
and Mrs. W. It. Castle Br., Mr. and
MrB. C. M. Cooke, Mr, and Mrs. J.
V. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Montague
Cooke, Doctor and Mrs. Wadhams, Dr.
and Mrs. V. L. Moore, Miss Ileatrlce
Castle, Miss Alice Cooke, Messrs.
Kredcilck and Sherwood Lawrey.
Piofcssor and Mrs. Will Castle have
gone to the Volcano for a week.
Mis. I.ewton-Ilrain of College Hills
bus been cntcitalning quite exten
sively of lute, and the At-Home she
gao on Thursday afternoon from
four-thl! ty until six was a delightful
affair, I'lnU carnations ornamented
the dainty llttla tables set out In the
diawlng-ioom and d'lnliig-room, and
the fair guests In their attractive toi
lettes made the welkin ring with
their animated chatter. A pleasant
Inteiludo wns the slnglifg-of Mrs.
Tenney I'cck, who was in her best
form and snug beautifully; she also
plnjcd several selections from "The
MlEcr'sMlll" In a finished manner.
Mrs. I.ewton-Urnln, n a sweet froc'c
of whlto-ombrohlercd India mulle,
was n ilellghtful hostess. Among thoso
pieent weie Mrs. Achlo Young, Mrs.
Ailliur lierg, Mrs. Stanley, Lady Hei
1011, Mis, l,4iiz, Mrs, Ernest Ross,
.Mis. Ralph 'roister, Madame Norrls,
Mis. 1'ioai, Mrs. Heibert Mist, Mn.
Cockbuin, Mis. Henry Cooper, Mrs."
J.iinua Judd, Mrs. Urnest Waterhouso,
Mis. Tenney I'cck, Mrs. Locke, Urs.
Sulileu Kingsbury, Mrs. Parks, Miss
Kio.ir, Mis, Stecre, Miss Krupp, Miss
llullen, Mrs, .Ionian, Miss Soper, Mrs.
Leopold Blackmail, Mis, Ralph Jor
dan, tlio Misses Jordan, Mrs. Prank
Dillingham, Mis, Tuttlc, Miss Hew
The .MUsos Ida und Irene Ilrougher
of Carson City, Nevada, charming
young girls who arrived in the Mon
golia and are staying at the Alexan
der Young Hojel, have been spending
a few days at the Volcano. On their
return they will go to llalelwa and
come buck In time to sail for the
Coast In the Siberia. They are so en
chanted with the Islands that they
contemplate returning In the near
future und bringing their moter car.
Among the dinners of the wcok
was the one given by the Dcerlngs
on Sunday night. American Ueau
ties adorned the table and the guests
were entertained by Mrs. Victor Col
lins' delightful singing In the even
ing. Others present were Mrs. Vln
tont Kltcat, Mr. and Mrs. Hawes Jr.,
Mr. David Anderson.
James Wilder, Esq , Is a sort of uni
versal Santa Claus this ear, having
taken the part at Central Union, Wu
waiahao church and Pohukaena school.
Surely the genial James Is eminently
fitted for the part and It is a treat to
Lee him with, the llttlo ones, for ho en
jojs It as much as they do, and is
bubbling over always with Jokes arid
Dr. r. L, Miner and his daughter
arc at the Moana for the winter. The
Doctor has a beautiful home on Iter
etonla avenue. His flrst trip to the
Islands was made twenty-flve years
ago and he practiced here for many
years and Is very well known.
Mrs. Victor Collins looks as pretty
as a picture In her motor bonnet,
which resembles the Puritan shape
of our forefathers. The .long, thick
veil is either worn off the face or
otheiwlse. It is such a fctchlns at'
fair, one wonders others do not ac
Cards have been received as follows;
Mrs. Leonard Harrington announces
the marrlago of gher daughter, Mabel
Cumtnlngs Cox to Mr. William Read'
Puckmlnster on Wednesday, Decem
ber the second, ono thousand nlno hun
dred and eight, Salem, Massachusetts'.
Mrs. Cox will he remembered as a
guvst at the Moauu hotel with Mrs,'
Ciiniinlngs about a year ago. She
made many friends and charmed ev
erybody with her vivacity and Jove
Mr. and Mrs. 11, P. Marx are in
Italy enjoying tlio sweet southern
breezes of the South;.
Mrs. C. II. Henderson and Miss
Curtis of Los Angeles will remain un
til spring' at 'the Moana hotel and
Mis. L. Louey, child ami nurse, who
arrived In tlio Manuka, will await the
arrival of Mr, Loney, who is expected
In the Aorangl lu January, and then
proceed to San Francisco. Other
guests are Mrs. W. D. Holt of Ken
tucky and Miss Rose of Los Angeles,
who will spend the winter, and Mrs.
andjMrs. J. Poor and Mr. A, Williams
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cook and son
arrived In the Mongolia and are at
tlio Moana Hotel. They expect to re
main for the winter and have gone
to the Volcano for a week. Mr. and
Mrs. Jackbon, who have been guests
at the Alexander Young, also depart
e"d for the Volcano.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gay, who liae
been visiting here, returned to Kauai
this week. It was a constant round
of amusement for Mrs. Gay, who Is u
ropular society favorite.
The University ball, which every
body looks forward to, will probably
occur In February, and H Is predict
ed that It will outshlno all other at
Mrs. Augustus Knudsen Is being en
tertained In Washington by Dr. and
Mrs. Newell. Mr. and Mrs. Hatch
also have had the ploasuro of her so
ciety. Mrs. Vincent Kltcafhas returned to
tho Allan Herberts. She expects to
Ball for New Zealand In February, af
ter a visit of a year In tho Islands.
Miss Anna Paris Is spending a
tew days In' College Hills, She wl'l
return to tho Castlo mansion next
Miss Freda Whlto will not come
out to the Islands until Spring.
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