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EVEH1NC1 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., MONDAY. NOV. 8, 161)$.
The Sale At Blom's
NOTE THE PRICES AT WHICH WE OFFER READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS ON MONDAY.
The Sale At Blom's
NOTE THE PRICES AT WHICH WE OFFER READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS ON MONDAY.
IADIES' SKIRTS IN ALPACCA, VOILE, SERGE, EXAMINE; BLACK,
WHITE, BLUE, GREY AND FANCY MIXED.
REGULAR PRICE $3.50 AND WE ARE TO SELL THEM FOR. . . .$1.90
4.75 .... 1.B0
5.00 .... 3.00
COO .... 3.75
7.00 v .... 4.00
7.50, s .... 4.25
8.00 .... 4.50
9.50. .... 4.75
AN AVERAGE CUT OF ONE-HALF.
GLORIOUS ARRAY OF CHILDREN'S COLORED WASH DRESSES
for girls from 2 to 14 years of, age. We regularly get 65 cents' each for
come 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 , . .x 50o
$1.00 will sell at 75c
1.25 will sell at 00c
1.50 will sell at $1.15
2.00 will sell at .' . 1.25
2.25 will sell at ' 1.75
3.00 will sell at 2.75
Ladies' Princess Dresses in white, pink and blue, reduced from $4.50
end $0.00 to $3.50 each.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUIT3, 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 22.50
Ladies' Cravenaltes, regular at $13.50 and $14.00, cell for $8.00
Ladies' Cravancttcs, regular at 15.00. sell for 8.50
LADIES' WASH SUITS IN FASHIONABLE SHAPES AND BEAUTIFUL
, SHADES; WELL MADE AND FINISHED.
Regular $ 5.00 Suits given awav for $ 3.00
Regular 7,60 Suits given awav for 5.50
Regular 8.60 Suits given away for 5.50
Regular 9.50 Suits given away for 0.50
Regular 10.00 Suits given awav for 11.00
Regular 18.50 Suits given cwav for 13.50
Regular 21.50 Suits given away for 12.50
Regular 22.50 Suits given away for 13.00
We have 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
v CHILDREN'S COATS SIZES 2 TO 15 YEARS OLD.
Regular $ 8.50 and $7.60 Coats for. $5.00
'Regular 9.50 Coats for 0.50
Regular 11.00 and $12.00 Coats for 8.00
Regular 14.00 Coats for 8.50
Ladies' Dusters, in tan, blue and brown, will be sold at the same
trencrous disregard for values. Regular Priced Coats at $7.50 now
$5.00; $15.00 Garments go to you at $9.50.
The sale will begin promptly at 8 o'clock Mondav morning. Coir.e
early and get into line, so that the bargains will not get away from you.
The Bargain Maker,
FORT STREET. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH.
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The most Interesting social Onto for
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11113 llllilltll Mill UU IIIV livuuiilf. u. ..una
Violet IJnnion to Dr. Putnam of Kau
ai, Tills ccnlnK Is bcliit! keenly an
ticipated by Honolulu society folk.
Tlio Invitations will ho Issued tlio first
of next week; tlio wedding will tnko
place, at Centr.il Union Church, No
vember twenty-third, and tlio cere
mony will bo performed at 8 o'clock.
All tlio circulations will bo whlto and
niccn: the wcddlnr; paity will bo qullo
largo two mnldn-oMionor and hlx
lnldesmnldn, mid ecven ushers. Miss
Yet a Damon, tlio younger slater of the
bride, will bo tlio first mnld-of-honor,
and Miss Ccntrlco Castle will bo tlio
second maid of-honor. Tlio following .
bevy of joung society girls will servo
as hildcsinalds: Miss IClsn Selifiefor,
Miss Allco Ilcdeinann, Miss Nora
Sturgeon, .Miss Alico lloth, Miss Leila
Parsons, and Miss Kniily lttce. Tlio
Hon. Charles Hlco of Knual will act
nn best man, and tlio following men
will tut as ushers: Mr. Fredorlc Low
roy, Mr. (Icorgo Iirown, Mr. Jack Mc
Klnnoii, .Mr. Harold Castle, Mr. Sher
vo6d Lowrcy, Doctor Hcdcmann, and
Mr. Wltfrled tJrccnwcll At Hawaii.
There has been many church fairs
held In Honolulu In tlio last few years
mid perhaps tlicro will bo many morcr
In tlio jenrs to come, but thcro nover
has been ono wlioro tlio ladles are
stilvlug harder to make It a success
in every detail than tlio ono to bo
held November 24th at tlio parish
liouso on Umma street by tlio ladles
of 8t. Andrew's Cathedral. The
grounds aro to bo used for tlio erec
tion of booths of various sorts. Tlieso
will bo nttiacthely decorated. The
beautiful nor parish liouso will be
used for all noelal purposes. Each
dcpaitmcnt Is under tlio supervision
of the moat cupnblo ladles. Mis. tr
uest Kojikc, as chalrmnu of tho dell
Lteho!i booth, promises that thlug3
wcio never so delicious aw they will
have on salo this tlmuf Thcro will bo
cold linm, ducks, chicken, tongue, s?ll
ads, home-made snlad dressing, cran
berry sauce, breud, rolls, cakes, and
several kinds of pie, nil from tho
bands of expert cooks. Ono lady
whoso lobulation for baking beans is
woll known will tako chargo of that
featuro entirely, nnd any quantity can
Tho fancy booth .will hnvo as Its
chalimnu Mrs. .1. V, Melunphy. It Is
almost needless to say that this booth
will bo filled with fine needlework,
gai mints, and things both dnlnty nnjl
honk cubic. It hns been Mrs. Melan
phy's Idea to have no things that sell
Just because it is n Knlr and because
people feel ns If'they must buy some
thing, but each nrtlclo will bo well
worth the money, and they will bo
Just tho things that you really want to
glyo n friend ut Christmas tlmo.
Thero will bo ninny practical garments
for Children, also Indies' underwear,
dressing sacqucs, and aprons. It will
repay you to keep your cyu on this
llfblilea theso two main features of
tho sale, thcro will bo many smaller
ones tho Ico cream booth, ten booth,
and many others. Tho chairman of
ench ono Is working with tho success
of that particular ono In view.
Kveryono Is Invited mid will bo
made at home. Tho baud will bo
thcie, of course, nnd wo aru sure that
you will feel us If ou hao spent yoti '
ur.cincon to somo advantage It yot
como to tho iiarUh liouso from 2:30 ti
r. o'clock Nov. 2T, 1009.
An uttractlvo ctr.g dinner was glvei
Thursdny evening In honor of Mr
Mollis lllssrll at tlio Young Hotel
Among those present wero Mr. J
Hunts Mackenzie, Mr. Malcolm Mac
Intyro, .Mr. Wm. Simpson, Mr. Wm
Jonilescn. Mr. Job Uatclielor, Mr
Wm. White. Mr. W. Schmidt. Mr. Jo
SchwnrU, Mr. J. L. McLean,, Dr. Hod
gins, Mr. Wm. Ilcaly, .Mr. Ilobt. Sin
clalr, Mr. Chns. lion, Mr. It. R. Held
ford, Mr. (ieo. (1. Cantly, Mr. C. A
Ono of tho most delightful and in
formal affairs was the dinner given b
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Paxton Thursda)
evening at their homo In Mauou. Tlu
affair was given for Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Drown, who left today on the
Manchuria for tho East.
Otto W!x, t!io celebrated water
color in tUt, leturned to Honolulu
from Knual. on the steamer W. O,
Hall, with n collection of some ol
Ills nioit -.ut Utic work. There will
bo 'nn axhlbltloil in tho neur future,
enabling the lovcts of true art, to
enjoy a la.-o tieat.
Mis. O. O. Clarke, of Wilder avenuo
eiilertplnut at n delightful dinner on
'Iliursday evenns In honor of Mr
Claikn'M birthday. Tho tablo decora
tlons wero whlto chrybanthemums
.Covers weio laid for six, tho guests be
Ing Mr. rul Mrs. It. A. Duncan nnd
Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Tutt c.
Mi'.i. Urn03t luei :mu'o nnd fam
ily, aio do.ulclled for tho muuth ol
Nuvo'.iiber, In- Ux-tlovernor Cleg
horn's beach homo. Mis. WnteihouHu
will bo ut htinia to her iiumeious
filcudb on TueiiUys.
Mr uul Mrs. C. (1. Ilallentyno en
te.-talmil at uu elaborate filmier on
Tuesday evening at their homo on
'Ihiiiktun iio:iue, .
Mrs. ICiunia Droler announces the
cngagenunt of her daughter Adelo to
Dr. Frank K. Kratea of Honolulu.
Nearly ovoryono has heard of Paul
Elder's book Uiop and Vlckcry's art
ktnre. In Sun Francisco. These Btores
aio genui of art In themselves, so at
tractively aro they furnished nnd nr
innged. Now comes to Honolulu Just
such u shop in its Interior beauty urn!
appointments ns thoso above men.
tinned. This shop Is tho expression of
tho Ideas of-Mr, A. R. (Surrey, Jr., who
Is well known to nrt lovers In this city.
Ourrey's now nrt and photo shop
was opened this morning on Fort
street oppoblte 11 on son, Smith ft Co.
and all day It has been tho center of
admiration for down town thoppers and
friends of Mr. Gurrey's who camo down
town expressly to bco the now store.
A fiance at tho show window re
flects nn idea of tho beauty of tho In
terior of tho store. In tho window ate
ttandard nrt reproductions, photograv
ures, photographs, brasses, ote.
Within the store Is shown a sample
of how attrnctlvo a room can bo made
when good taste and artistic Judgment
mo combined. Tho furniture is nil of
Mr. Ourrey'B owu itcslgnl ig, Iho walls
aro tinted In grey nnd panelled and
romo very beautiful specimens of ter
ra cot tu colored bougninvlllca aro
placed In brass vases about the store.
Mnuy fluo plctuies are on tho walls
ind are framed to Uiow samples of
'ho work that will bo done u that line.
Tho opening continues Monday nn.l
ill nre invited to attend.
Captain nnd Mrs. Winter of the Cav
il ry, U. S. A.. gaVo a unique dinner on
Saturday week. Their charming home
was lighted throughout with J.ick-o'-
interns: over the tablo n huge uumo
tin was suspended by yellow satin
lbboti. The Interior hud been
"cooped out and was llghtzj by can
dies, nnd n i;rotesquo faco carved on
tho extcilor, giving a weird effect.
'Inster parls black -cats wore used as
tlnco cards, whl'o witches and goblins
were used ns favors. Among Captain
mil Mrs. Winter's guests wero Mr. and
Mrs. U Tenny Peck and Paymaster
ind Mrs. Honilieiger.
The U. S. M. C. dinner given In lion
r of Colonel Denny at tho University
Sliili, Thursday night, was a brilliant
iffalr. Tho tnl decorations wero In
ed. many wlttj. speeches wero niado
mil it Is needless to say that the guest
jf honor contributed his share to tho
Anjoynicnt of tho evening. Fourteen
ifllccrs wero present.
The Rnzaar held under the aus
pices of Central Union church, last
Saturday afternoon was well nttPiilM
and promises to be a success In ev
Mr. Ronton Hind Is. taking nn au
to trip around tho Island this week
with his wife, Mifs Miriam Hall and
Miss Estill. Kohala Mldgot.
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. A. Lovo return
ed Tuesday tho second of November
on the .Manna Lou from a pleasant
trip to tho Volcano.
Muster James U. Hind has been
chosen vice president or his class In
Oaliu. Kohala Midget.
Doctor D. naldwln and Mrs.
Duldwin departed on tho Manchuria
I'm' a visit at the Coast.
Mis. A. W. Judd left on tho Ililo
nlun sailing Tuesday for a visit on
Mrs. J. Match was a passenger on
tho llllonlan for n visit to tho Cali
fornia. Senator Palmer Woods arrived
from Hawaii Tuesday on tho Maunn
Loa. j .
Hon. C. A. Rice was an Incoming
passenger on the Klnau from Kauai.
Mr. nnd Mrs, dive Davlcs aro oc
cupying the bench homo ut Walklki.
Miss Agnes Judd left on tho llllo
nlan for the Coast."'"
J. II, Coney arrived on tho Klnau
Thcro Is no better candy In town
than that piado dally by tho Palm
Cafe. All sortc of candy for all Horta
of people. Hotel t,trcet near Unlou,
Thanksgiving Day, in AiYierica, was a day firsl: 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 first 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.
Mince-meat, 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 Sauce.
Fancy Table Raisins, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel,
Olives, (All Varieties, Stuffed and Plain), Pickles.
Assorted Nuts, Lehnhardts' Candies, Frozen Eastern and
Cootail 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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