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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 30, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 13, Image 13',
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EVENING HULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 190P.
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A Clearance Sale of New
NOTHING OLD OR SHOPWORN
Begins Saturday Morning '"
In order to clear the space for CHRISTMAS GOODS and SANTA GLAUS we are offering
exceptional values in all of our lines.
Shoes which wc sell regularly at standard prices we have reduced nearly or.e-lialf.
$4.00 and $5.00 VICI KID LADIES' SHOES AT
PAT. LACE, KID regular at $5.00 ; now
OXFORD DULL FRENCH KID
MEN'S WALKOVER, PATENT KID
MEN'S WALKOVER OXFORDS, at
. . . . .$2.55
, . . . $2.19
, . . . $2.95
. . . $2.G0
Ribbons and Shirtwaists
Go down in the flood thab leads to bargains. We
have too many lots to quote p:ic23.
For Ladies, Misses and Children
At same greatly reduced prices.
New styies and shades, droni $1 (o $5
WHITE FIGURED MADRAS , 15c to 30c
SMALL CHECKED NAINSOOK , 10c to 15c
WHITE CHECK SWISS 10c
WHITE MUSLIN v- 15c to 25c
BATISTE several (jrades from .' 15o to 25c a yard
MERCERIZED MULLS 20o
SATIN FINISHED CHARRUEUSE ,,208
STRIPED POPLIN-.' r , 25o
MERCERIZED FIGURED BR0CHE 30c
SOFT-FINISHED BATISTE ; j. , 20c
CHECK SWISS .' ". 10c
These are in many different and beautiful shades.
30-inch NAINSOOKS, at
v $2.27 a niece
PERFUMED NAINSOOKS, at ..... ". $1.95
VICTORIA CHIFFON, at $1-90
MEN'S SUITS All new styles
rind woolen materials cus
torn mads stylish shades
and prevailing natterns, arc
offered at $0.75
Better ones up to $12.75
Boys' and Youths' Clothing
From $0.75 to $11.25 a suit.
PANAMA SILKS Attractive shades, at $3.00 and $3.50
ELACK ETAMINE, at $ 0.00
ELACK ALBATROSS, at $12.50
Our HOSIERY lines for LADIE3, MEN and CHILDREN are com
plete. Fine goads point; at 20c a' p air and from that to 50c. Worth
doable the raoner. o
SILK HOSIERY, in all shades, at $1.15 a pair
LISLE FOR LADIES White, at ,, 25c
CHILDREN'S RIBBED Extra quality 30o
WHITE SWISS CURTAINS Polkad at 12i2 to 35 cents a yard
SILKOLINES 10c to 15c a yard
CRETONNES. BURLAPS and ART DEMINS 15c to 25c a yard
TABLE LINENS 43c to $2.00 a ard
BED SPREADS, from $1.00 to $6.00
Endless stock of TABLE LINEN to sell at rare bargain prices.
The Safe begins Saturday, and will
continue for ONE WEEK ONLY
L. B. KERR & CO., Alakea Street
1 T1 m-
Tho following Imitation has boon
At tlio Alexander joung Hotel,
. November thu first,
Nineteen hnndicil and nino
From 2:20 to G p. in,
An tlio nb(ic Invltutlon Indicates,
Miss McCroBson will bo ono or next
week's liiiBtestea, at a llrldge 1'nrty.
The guesta will bo received In the
spacious lounging loom of tlio Alcx
nndcr Young, In (net tlio tabled will
be unapged In this attractive, room,
Willi li la co situated that it Is alwa)g
cool, Either side of this room la
oi(Rtegd with windows, whlel, when
tin 'W ojien, makes inactlcally nn
nut of door arfalrmul la fiecly ven
tilated by cither lift tindo breeze or ,
Kona wimlH. Miss McCiosso'i's guests
-will number about thlity.
Miss Hcalilco Holsworth Is host
ess this evening nt n I'cdro Party,
to bo given nt lior home, in Wula
lne. The )oung Indy has 'tho iopu
tutlon of being nn Ideal hostess, tlio
gunio of l'cdio, ls-ciullo popular, but
noes not regulo Hint iitonttnn '
that "Drldgo" does, and on
this account tlio joung folk can o
lax mid enjoy tho iihu.iI fun ot Hal
lowe'en, as It is something In the
natiiicof n festhal of this sort. Tho
det orations nio nlso a blight Idea ot
tho joung hostcbs, and In harmony
with tho evening celebiated.
Tho many fi lends of tho HIehcI's
will bo sorrow to hear that Mr. Milt
ils J, HIesoI leaves with his little
daughter Klennor, on tho Manchuria,
ii "Houso I'irty' Sunday, whoro Mr. tho ladles of Jlllca and Pnhala on
(leorgo lliown will net as host. October tho tenth at tho old Spencor
About thirty joung peoplo will mo- j Hoems(end. whole hhc has nindo her
tor to tho I'cnlusuln, tako tho launch isolated surroundings very attrnc-
from there, and spend tho day at HiIh
ueuuiuui noma ot Air. nrown. Airs.
Call Holtowny and Mr. anil Mrs.
Oii3tav Schnefcr will chaperono on
Tfils week Mrs. U. n. Stncknblo
ontertnlned at n Tot luncheon nnd
alto tfl Dinner, In honor of her old
friend Mis. Stock of San Francisco.
Iloth these nffalts wero most infor
mal, but extremely enjoyable. Mis.
Stock Is tall and graceful, ot tho Ti
tian blundo type. Mr. and Mrs. Stock
have been guests at the Alexander
Tho Tred Anguses will soon occu
py Judge Humphrey's bungalow In
N nun mi Valloy. Severn! years ago
tho attractive house of tho Hum-plu-ejs
binned down; hut Judgo
Humphrey decided to rebuild this
ear. Sluco tho olbs of their home,
this couple have been icsldlng In tho
Uolo's home, nt Walklkl.
Doctor A. G, Hndglns returned on
thu Knicn October tho twenty-sov-onth,
after n trip abroad, and
throughout tho United, Stn.tes. and
Canada. After this prolonged" ub
fcehco fiom Honolulu, tho doctor re
ctdved (jullo an ovation fio.u his
many fi lends hero.
A dance at Ilalelwu Is annouucnil
fijr tonight, It was scheduled for
S.itmday night (October tho twonty-
tlilrd) as on that dato Manager Kim
to reside poiinancntly in tho States, hall had expected a full moon, fair
Mr, Illssel will Join his wlfo In Tus-
(nn, Ailzunn, JIr lllsbol has been
a pionilueiit hguio In buslnoss circles
in Honolulu, and has held a respon
sible position with tho I, I, S. N, Co.
l.uiia It seeing prerem mnklng hor
own dates, nnd llatly refused to com
ply to his request,
In honor of Mrs. A, 0. Ilnwes, Jr.,
aim ner guests Mis. Dr. Taylor, Mrs,
Fold's Island will bo tho bcoho ot William Mann entcitnlnod nt it tea,
Miss I.oma laukea who Is study
ing In Jloston, was delighted tho oili
er ilny to receive n full from Douglas
Damon, who camo In from Andovcr,
on the trolley car this Honolulu lad
wus almost frozep after a fltty-flvo
mile ride on the car, nnd said ho
longed for Honolulu.
After a pleasant trip through tho
Northwest and California Mr. nnd
Mrs. Juntos' Kennedy were returning
pm-sengers oiT tho Korea during
their ubbcnce from Honolulu, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Joo Hodeman, have been stay
ing at the Kennedy home on Victoria
Mrs, Harold Dillingham, who has
boon so much feted ever slncu hor nr
lhal from Honolulu about two weeks
ago, will bo tho coinpllmoiited guest nt
u brldso parly to bo ghen next Mon
day evening by Miss Million and Miss
ICllzabcth Kowhall. S. F. Tost, Oct. 15.
Mrs. Noblo and Miss Wcrnor, will
nrrUo In Honolulu about. tho first ot
January. Tho latter Is a grent sq
j clal favoillo In Seittle, and mndo a
I number of filcnds during her bo
' Journ nt tho Moana Hotel last win-iter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Horry Scott Gray,
who left sevinal months ago to t' ur
(III, KTfir , It 1,. Au, nn.l n,n.. ... I. ,
.,,u ..umtiii, tiiiu uiljliy l10 EHHll-
tlo nilr, nio now domiciled nt tho i
Hntol Slownrt. In 8an Krnnclfro. Tim )
Gros will ictiirn to Honolulu In
time for Cliilstmns. i
Captain and Mrs. Wilbur of tho1
u. S. A. and Mis. Mnry Wlddllleld
are domiciled In this gallant Ofllcer's
qiurtcis nt Toit Huger. .Tho Wil
burs, wefc former occupants of tho
Jackie I.ucaa home, ou Lunulllo
Mrs. C. Holloway has Issued limi
tations tor n hincheon, to be given
at her subiirbAii homo Wednesday on
tho other side of Diamond ilend. The
luncheon will he given In honor of
.Miss Violet Damon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Young nnd
Miss 11, Until Younv, returned on tho
Korea from n most delightful visit
nt tho Const. A warm welcome was
given these popular people by their
hosts of friends.
Invitations have been Issued for n
dinner, to be given nt San Soucl, by
Judgo nnd Mis. Francis Hatch, Sun
day ,tho uIT.ilr will not bo largo
only about fourteen guests hnvc been
Doctor and Mis. I.ano of tho U.
8, Navy h.uo leased tho Frank Rich
ardson homo on Thurston Avenue,
and nil! icsldu Ihetoxdiirliig the, so
Journ of Lie itkluriUm In Califor
nia. Tho mhent of ii Inhy daughter on
September the twoltth, has brought
Joy to tho houso ot Mr. und Mis.
l'cjigus Allan, uea Kathleen Cut
wilght, daughter of Ilruco Cult
Wllght Sr., of this city.
Captuln and Mrs. Mai:x will en
teitnln nt dinner tomorrow evening,
In honor of Colonel nnd Mrs. Den
ny, nnd Captain and Mis. lteea.
Mrs. Julian Mous.irint who has
been visiting her mathcrMra. Co
ney, for a foillilght, dcpaitcd on tho
Mauna Km, Tuesday for her homo
on Hawaii, Her niece, Mlba Athallo
Levey accompanied her.
l" 4 t
,, Colonel and Mia,. Denny, the form-
cr who Is tho General Quartermas
ter of tho U. S. M. C. aro guests at
tho Alexander Young Hotel, and will
remain In the Islands until fNovein
. Mrs, M, Iloth and her charming
dnugliter, Alice, returned on the Ko
rea. Miss Iloth will bo quite an ac
quisition to the younger society set,
us Bho has alwas been a favorite.
Tho numerous fi lours of Mr. Ficd
Smith, will ho glad to hear thnt ho
Is Improved In health, having reach
ed his normal weight, Mr. Smith will
lelurn In November on tho I. inline,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Coopor, former resi
dents of Sun Francisco are guests ot
tho Aloxander Yuung Hotel. Mr.
Cooper has assumed tho management
of Tho Knsh.
Mr. Cltllils of San Francisco was
tho host Thursday, at n piettlly ap
pointed dinner at tho Moana Hotel,
tho table was decoruted in red car
nations, Mr. hnd Mrs. Georgo Lycurwus nro
permanent lesldents ot Honolulu,
nnd nro now icsldlng at 1071 MaMM
Mis, J. A. Hopper mid her daugh
ter, Miss M. U Hopper, wero io
turnliig piuiscngciB on tho Korea.
Mr. Allan Hei licit, Doctor Walters
and Mrs. Wnlteis left on Tuesday
for a visit to the volcuno.
Miss Tnrr of San Francisco Is tho
gui'bt of Mrs. Thomas Church on Col
After a ploasnnt sojourn nt the W.
It. CuhIIo's mountain home oi Tanta
lus, Mrs. Uriel Pulirru and .Vr. Cor
vsln IteCR returned to town llo.nl iy.
Mr. Gintnvo Schafer has uuicli.wd
& I.ocninnblle, baby tonnou:. The
mails nro delightful In Honolulu mil
Mr, und Mrs. titlmcfor can ho seen
rery ufturuoon sklmirilng along In
their now car.
JtHgn and Mrs. Francis Hutch and
tholi daughter Mlrs Hirrlct, will lenxe
rn tho Manchuria und will spend the
Winter In Washington, D. O Tl.iuu
dimming peoplo who nio fnoiltP"
wheio they go will bo Radlj mlseed
In the eoclal cl'clcs of Honolulu
Mr. Morris Illsiel gain n plcjsnut
milomehllo ijurty last ib'unduy. 'I hi;
puty went by way of tlm Fall, t.top i
ping at Ilalelwu for luncheon, and ic
lurnlng by wuy of I'e.ul City. Mr.
lllrscl's guests weiu Mr an I Mrs. C.
II. Olson, Mis. It. It. Itcidiord nnd
Miss Wlckstium. .
Officers' Dance at Scliofleld Darrseks. '
There ulll ho a bop glcn this eien
ins nt Schuflcld Ilarracks by Ihfc olTl-
ccrs ot tho Sth Cavalry. This il.iuec Is
fine to bo it success, for tho (UnecM
glwu priori)- haio always b;eu enjoy,
Dr. l'mil A. Adams, v ho Is ono of
Ihe new nrrlvaN at tho Cth Cavalry
nest, at Scliofleld Uirrac'it.. is orovliu
qultu an acipilslton, both proresslonal-1
Iy and MK-lnlly, -Mr. Adcms giadinted
fiom Stanford Unliorrlty (A. II ) am1.
M. D. Irom Columb'.i. N. Y eiul fruni
the. Ilrooklyn City and Sln.iuc Miteiu
lly llospllals of New York city. Dr.
Adams pontcsse? huits of friends In
Mrs. Lain a Wight and Miss Ull.i
Wight will leivo Ducembor 27th on a
woild's t;lp by way of Japm, After
Uiltlng Japan rnd Munlln, they will
lour India: fii'm tl.oro to Cairo ami
tlm Holylaui'i fiom tho Hclyinul In
liudila Pel tnku tho b-'tuilfif Dan
ubo hip, nnd sprint tho month of Anr'l
In Vienna. Tho summer will bo spent
In Switzerland, and later they will
wltnuss tho Oberammoigau. Frdui
tl c-ro they will Jnume) to lleillu
whole MUs i:lla Witht will resume
her vocal Liud.03, under Madam Ulca
iki This noted niiislcinn Is olio of
tho lew Aiiic-ilcnn hlngers that aro.
lecogulzed 111 German). Madam HI-
cado Is u sister of Mr. Iheodoio Hlch
mds ot this city.
A number of kocletj: folk will trend
thu week-end us gueels at Aliiiliuuiiu,,
n number of automobiles leaving Ho
nolulu this afternoon. The part)1 will
(lino with tho liosltnh!o Macfarlaueu
and spend the nlsjht there. Sunday
morning they will go to Ilalelwu mil1
Join In the golf tournament, Judgj i
nnd Mrs. Aithar Wilder nnd Mi'H, ,
Helen Noon.in'wlll bo ot tho psrty und
will motoi In Mi. Frank Thompson's
iv.r. ' '
Jlr. nnd Mrs. IMwnrd C,, Dnnvn.
who have been domiciled nt tho Young
hotel for tho past week, will le.ivo mr'
tho Manchuria, to spend thu Christ
mas holidays with lelathcs In Clil-.
I.lenteinnt, Phil Sheridan nfter rev
iral months' absence on the mainland,
is being welcomed by numerous
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