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The Sale At
The Sale At Blom's
NOTE THE PRICES AT WHICH WE OFFER READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS ON MONDAY.
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NOTE TIIE PRICES AT WHICH WE OFFER READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS ON MONDAY.
LADIES' SKIRTS IN ALPACCA, VOILE. SERGE, ETAMINE; BLACK,
WHITE, BLUE, GREY AND FANCY MIXED.
REGULAR PRICE $3.60 AND WE ARE TO SELL THEM FOR. . . .$1.00
4.75 .... 1.90
5.00 .... 3.00
G.00 .... 3.75
7.00 .... 4.00
7.50. - .,.. 4.85
8.00 .... 4.50
9.50. .... 4.75
AN AVERAGE CUT OF ONE-HALF.
GLORIOUS ARRAY OF CHILDREN'S COLORED WASH DRESSES
fcr girls frcm 2 to 14 years of age. We regularly get 65 cents each for
some of these, but the marker .for 'the sale has named 45 cents as the
price to be charged. Others for which we usually get
75c and 85c, will sell at 50c
$1,00 will sell at 75o
1.25 will sell at 80c
1.50 will sell at $1.15
2.00 will sell at 1.25
2.25 will sell at 1.75
3.90 will sell at.., 2.75
Ladies' Princess Dresses in white, pink and blue, reduced from $4.50
and $0.00 to $3.50 each.
. LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS. BEAUTIFUL MATERIAL IN COL
ORS THAT ARE ATTRACTIVE. ALL GARMENTS SILK LINED AND
Regular $22.50 Suits will be sold for $15.00
Regular 25.00 Suits will be sold for 17.50
Regular 32.50 Suits will be sold for 20.00
Regular 35.00 Suits will be sold for 22.60
Ladies' Cravenettes, tegular at $13.50 and $14.00, sell for $8.00
Ladies'Cravanettcs. regular at 15.00. sell for '. 8.60
LADIES' WASH SUITS IN FASHIONABLE SHAPES AND BEAUTIFUL
SHADES; WELL MADE AND FINISHED.
Regular $ 6.00 Suits (riven awav for $ 3.00
Regular 7.50 Suits given awav fcr 5.50
Regular 8.50 Suits given away for 5.50
Regular, 0.50 Suits given away for 0.50
Regular 10.00 Suits given awav for 11.00
Regular 18.50 Suits given awav for 13.50
Regular 21.50 Suits given away for , 12.50
Regular 22.50 Suits given away for 13.00
Wc ruwe all shades of Ladies' Jumper Suits. The price is cut in
half, and you can get a regular $5.00 suit for $2.50, or a $7.50 one for
CHILDREN'S COATS SIZES 2 TO 15 YEARS OLD.
Regular $ 8.50 and $7.50 Coats for $5.00
Regular 9.50 Coats for 6.60
Regular 11.00 and $12.00 Coats for 8.00
Regular 14.00 Ccats for 8.50
Ladies' Dusters, in tan, blue and brown, will be sold at the same
cenerous disregard for values. Regular Priced Coats at $7.60 now
$5.00; $15.00 Garments go to you at $9.50.
The sale will begin promptly at 8 o'clock Mondav morning. Come
early and get into line, so that the bargain's will not get away from you.
The Bargain Maker,
FORT STREET. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Hundred of mlmlrlnc ladles visited. Mr. Gerrlt Wllder'i Garden Fete.
Minn Dower's iiillllneiy jurlorH earl
III thu week to view tlio bountiful illn
play of I'arlidan liatx unil Mint l'owe.
'exiiecls limiilieilH mom next week tc
seo many new' styles In Ii'nll unit Win
tcr Btyles vhlei hhu will lmvo un ils
lilnv. Msh I'mver'n hats nro deserved
1y iHipular ns ulio maintains a tone tlint
Is llio very highest nut! catem to ladles
who nre mt)-.exacting In their taster
uud ttio detn'n'nd millinery that Ik
strictly stjllrh. In filling this demand
Miss Power In easily tho loading mil
liner In Honolulu. On Monday and
Tuesday many beautiful mllllucry ere
utluus "III ba. shown t visitors and
ladles unt cordially lnltcd.
Mrs. Wm. Rawlins' Luncheon.
Trailing lni' of beaumontla
which Is almost as Bweet Jasmine
mtlktleally entwined against tho wnlls
and gracefully suspended from tho
eeltlng, formed tho central decoration
of tho scml-buffct luncheon given by
Mrs. William Rawlins Wednesday. In
fact, tho Itnwllns homo was made a
bower of whlto and green with this
trophnl vine, ocryono exelnlmed on
enteilng tho home, for It seemed as if
ono had been transplanted from this
mundniio sphojo to fairyland. Over
tho central tablo, from which the
luncheon was sencd, tho vino was
caught half way from tho chandelier
to tho tablo With bowknots of green
nnd whlto tulip. This tablo was cov
ered w Ith n heavily embroidered lunch
cloth: tho gnosis wcro seated at small
tables whlqh wvio fragrant In whlto
carnations, earning out tho color
bcIioiuo of wjilto and green. Mrs.
.(leorgo SomerB tho giiost-of-'honor,
. looked unusually well In a Paris gown.
This Iiinehcnn wns onu of tho most
elaboiato that lias on or been attempt
ed In Honolulu; tho decorations wero
beautiful ns woll as unique, und Mrs.
Friday afternoon tho beautiful Wll
Jer tesldiiico mi Hustings street was
tho sceim of a garden fcto glvs'ii In
honor of .Mr. On It Wlldor's birthday,
lively yur this popular man's birth
day Is eclobratcd by the Judd ' nnd
Wilder families; not only tho older
folk aro hulled but tho children as
well. Mr. Wilder Is u successful hor
ticultural, nnd on his natal-day the
young boy and tho oung girl connec
tions of the"fnmlly have the honor of
planting cither n fruit treo or a rare
palm. Friday afternoon was an Ideal
day for a garden 'party; refreshments
wero scried In elaborately decorated
tents, children's games wero Indulged
In on tho lawn, und tho genial host
seemed to enjoy them as much as did
the youngest guest.
Commercial Club Dinner.
Society will bo well represented at
tho Commercial Club this evening.
which will bo devoted to tho fair sex,
this being "Ladles' N'Jght." Nearly
all tho clubs In largo cities hnvu an
evening once a mouth when the wom
en nro welcome, but prior to this af
fair with tho exception of tho Satur
day lunchcoiiE this popular club has
been dovoted to tho entertainment of
tho "sterner sex" exclusively. I un
derstand this is an experiment. It tho
eu-nlng Is successful, "Ladles' Night"
will bo1 ono of the Nveekfy or monthly
fc'atures of tho club. From present
indications, this evening's entertain
ment w'lH bo n gicot success. As the
proginm lies been published, I will
net take- space for Hint, but evcryono
Is eagc'rly looking forward to .Mrs.
Lindsay's singing, who has a deep
mczziMoprnn'o,- and nlso a raro treat
Is In storo fqr tr-p guests, for Miss
Jlolen I.i;t:ioi will ting. This week,
this tulentcd bM1 rang at tho Gerrlt
ltuwllns made nn Ideal hostess. I Wlldeis', pnfl society 1ms been on tho
Among tho guests wero Mrs. Walter qui ilio ci'or s'jnce. Tho decorations
Frear, Mrs. L. Tenney Peck, ..Mrs. Snn- for this evening will bo icry clabor
ford II. Dole, .Mis. Ilobert Ilreckons, 'ate, oer thlity small tables hao been
Mis. Loike, Mrs. It. It. Kcldfo'rd, Mrs. ! iPRcnod by ll.tt smart bet or llono
Wllllnm Loto, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. lutn, iiiid, theie will bo dinners galore,
Fredeilek Klebahn, Mrs. Will Whit-) The Tied. Mncfni lanes will entertain,
noy, Mrs. Abies, Mrs. J. "K. Drown, Mr. Jumc's Mclrrrny will novo us his
Mrs. T. W. Ilawllns, Mrs. Ortrudo guista Mr. nnd Mis. 12. Faxon lllshop.
Wilder, Miss Harriett, Mrs. Haymond ' Mr. and Mis. C.'S. llolloway, nndy.MIss
Drown, .Mrs. Llshinau, Mrs. (leorgo MitrgRrct Wulker. Tho table decora
Itoss, Mrs. John Itosa from llllo. Miss tlous will bo carnations. Tho Drain
Ada' ltuwllns, Miss May Itawrllns, Mrs. jcrd Smiths hato "engaged a tablo and
Ceorgo Henshall, Mrs. Clarenco Cooke, will haio several guests; tljo L. Ten
Mrs. Woodruff, Mm. Scudder, JJrs. pey Pet ks wll entertain Mr. and Mrs.
Kml.'Bmlth, Mlf-s Margaret Walker, Genii Wilder, Dr. und Mrs. Ilobdy,
Miss Agnes Mclntyie, Miss Agnes and .hidijo und Mrs. Woodruff; Mr.
"Wulker, und others. ' IJenry Wichman Is ghing a dinner,
tho .T. Morton iliggs will make de
lightful hosts, their party Including
Mr. and .Mrs. A. II. A foil K, Mr. Chas.
P. McAvoy, and .Mr. K. B. Dodge. .Mora
Admiral and Mrs. Rees' Dinner.
Ono of the most enjoyablo dinners
of the week wns given by Admiral nnd
Mrs. Corwiu llees, Monday evening.
Pink wns Itlio color-sehetne, shell
pink begoullis graced tho table, with
artistic place-cards to match. Covers
wero laid for ten. Thoso present wero
Admiral and Mrs. Decs, Mrs. Uriel
Sebree, Judge nnd Mrs. Ilateh, Judge
and Mrs. Woodruff, Col. nnd Mrs. Den
ny, and Major .Dunning.
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Mrs. Swanzy's Dinner.
Mrs. Francis Swanzy maCo a
charming hostess at a dinner which
she gave Friday at her beautiful home
In Manoa valley. Covers wero laid
for ten and tho tnblo was artistically
decorated with hothouse flowers.
THE PLACE TO BUY
. We sell more pill ows than all the other stores in Ho
nolulu combined. Th at's because we sell the best pillows
for the least money. You'll hardly believe our prices un
less you. come to the s tore and see for yourself."
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
Kapiolani Bldg. Cor. King and Alakea.
Mr. and Mrs. Abbott, who nro so
journing at tho Monnn, entertained
Thursday at dinner.
The Raymond Browns' Dinner.
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Haymond
Drown entertained Informally nt their
home In honor of Mr. and .Mrs. Georgo
Somers, of Bridgeport, Conn. The ta
blo was beautiful in feathery yellow
chrysanthemums, with hand painted
place-cards. After dinner tho remain
der of tho evening was doioted to
Mr. Reldford's Tea.
Mrs. n. H. Iteldford entertained In
formally at tea Thursday In honor of
Mrs. Georgo 11. Somers. Only tho
closo friends of tho giicst-of-honor
wcro invited. Tho house wns taste
fully decorated ill pink carnations and
maidenhair ferns. Among tho guests
wcro Mcsdamcs William Knwllns,
Llshman, Itoss, Pdxton, E. C. Drown,
Augur, A. N. Campbell, Oat, Lansing,
Pond, Mead, and Eldrldgo.
Tho Woman's Auxiliary Outrigger
Canoe Club 'will glvo a chowder danco
for tho benefit of tho' building fund
on Friday-evening November 19th, at
G;20 o'clock. Tho admission to tho
grounds, Including tho cost of tho
supper, will bo fifty cents. Tho mem
bers of tho Auxiliary will have tick
ets for stole. Tho supper will Include
llsh chowder, rolls, coffee, nnd home
made cakes; u candy booth, a lemon
ado and soda booth, and a number of
other attractions aro being planned.
Heads of committees and nil tho
members of thu Woman's Oiitritrirer
Club nro requested to meet with Mrs.
Francis M. Swanzy on Monday of noxt
wcu'k at 10 o'clock at her home In Ma
General and Mis. McClollan will
tako possession Saturday of tho beau
tiful Hopper homo on Kocaumoku
street. The General and his wlfu huvo
been occupying the McCandlcss homo
on Dates street and Ntiuanu.
Mrs. Chester Livingston entertained
Informally a number of her girl
friends at luncheon Thursday.
Tho James Wlldcrs entertained ut
dinner Informally on Frlduy at their
Thanksgiving Day, in Aiuerica, was a day firft set apart by the
Plymouth Pilgrims, in 1 62 1 , in acknowledgment of their first
harvest in America, and perpetuated in many States by an
annual festival appointed by the Governor. Its national celebra
tion in recognition of the year's blessings was firs! recommended
by proclamation of President Lincoln in 1 863, and has since
been annually observed. It usually falls on the last Thursday in
This Thanksgiving season we are pleased to offer the following rare
assortment of delicacies.
Miucc-nieat, Plum Pudding, Fruit; Cakes, Brandied Fruits,
Sweet-pickled Fruits, Fancy Preserves and Jellies,
Marasohino Cherries, Marrons in Brandy and Syrup, ,
Sweet Cider, Boiled Cider, Cranberry Sauoe.
Fancy Table Raisins, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel,
Olives, (All Varieties, Stuffed and Plain), Pickles,
Assorted Nuts, Lehnhardts' Candies, Frozen Eastern and
Oootail Oysters, Cheese (all Varieties), Bon Bon Crackers,
(For Table Decoration), Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season,
HENRY MAY (& CO., Ltd.,
Phone 22 Leading Grocers Phone 92
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