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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 09, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.( T.UESDaY, NOV. 9. 1609.
The Sale At Blom's
NOTE THE PHICES AT WHICH WE OTTER READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS ON MONDAY.
The Sale At Blom's
NOTE THE PRICES AT WniCH WE OFFER READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS ON MONDAY.
IAD1ES' SKIRTS IN ALPACCA, VOILE. SEROE, ETAMINE; BLACK,
WHITE, BLUE, OREY AND FANCY MIXED.
REGULAR PRICE $3.50 AND WE ARE TO SELL THEM FOR. . . .$1.90
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
for girls from 2 to 14 jean of age. We regularly get 85 cents each for
some of theae, but the marker for the tale has named 45 cents as the
Ijricc to be charged. Others for .which we usually get
75c and 85c, will sell at . 60c
$1.00 will sell at 75c
1.25 will sell at 90c
1.50 will sell at $1.15
2 00 will sell at 1.25
2.25 will sell at , 1.70
3.90 will sell at 2.75
Ladies' Princess Diesses in white, pink and blue, reduced from $4.50
end $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 22.50
Ladies' CravencltcsJ regular at $13.50 and $14.00, sell for $8.00
Ladies' Cravanettcs, regular at 15.00. sell for 8.50
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LADES' WASH SUITS IN FASHIONABLE SHAPES AND BEAUTIFUL
SHADES; WELL MADE AND FINISHED.
Regular $ 5.00 Suits civen awav for $ 3.00
Regular 7.50 Suits Riven awav for 5.50
Regular '8.50 Suits given away for 5.50
Regular 0.50 Suits civen away for . . . 6.50
Regular 10.00 Suits given awav (or 11.00
Regular 18.50 Suits given awav for . . 13.50
Tegular 21.50 Suits given away for 12.50
Regular 22.50 Suits given away for 13.00
We have all shades of Ladfes' Jumper Suits. The orice 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'iEARS OLD.
Regular $ 8.60 and $7.50 Coats for. 5.00
Rcgalar 9.60 Coats for 0.50
.Regular 11.00 and C12.00 Coats for 8 00
Regular 14.00 Coats for 8.60
Ladies' Dusters, in tan, blue and brown, will be sold at the same
cenerous 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. Come
early and get into line, so that the bargains will not get away from you.
The Bargain Maker,
FORT STREET. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH.
IRS. ISEH HAD
iFEAR OF DISASTER
Examiner Gives Details of
Why She Left
8AN KUANCISCO. Oct. 27. Mr.
LtovninlLT Inutilicrs. iirmlilcnt of tlio
ionnl of illreclii.il of Uiu California
t'nmcn'H Hospital In thin city, hui-
frinloioJ tiio'STiOO slio luid unlil for
linraaRu m tlyo ntoaimi!ili Korea ntul
InsUtcil on IjcIiir jnnueu noni i
liner aftur It linil mllcil bocauso of
iircmonltlun that lllnes or Ulsas-
i'r nilfiht overtalio her on tlio voy-
Whellior It was fenr of tlio Uciiko
pn 'janh that tliovo tlio Korea back
D mi ancliorago ofT .Me Irks wnari
finlnesday after It hail reached the
C.a on Its outward 0)UKe tnai
iipclled Mia. IbcnbeiB tq chaniio
Br in nil. or wneiimr ii s invitu
fie ihaiaclerlstlv sudden Bhlft of In-
pitlon of n woman does not appear.
it the fact lenialns that there was
lliuay hour for tho ofllccrs of tho
k liner until Mm. IsenuerR nn
j provnlled upon Caplnln S.uul-
ifT lo call n launch ami pin ucr
tl her party nshore.
lis Captain Her Fears.
Ml 5. iBennciB. woo ih uiu wiiiu
in millionaire miRnr planter nnd
Tiler Gorman Consul at Honolulu
a member of the firm of HucK
& Co., boarded tho Korea W'ed-
iil.iy, upparently prepau'd for a
bpytip to the Islands. Blic was
ompanlcd by nor two ihllilreu
her sister. Mlsl 'Klsa DulBon-
ffftTlio Korea sailed, and procecdlnB
ilmrltf n.isscil thn bliv riollt. throUKll
tt)esCioIilcn OJle, nnd then suddenly
tinned Into n heavy bank of wn
ih fc-ao no sIbii of llftlliR. Cnp-
y. uidlioi K. fnllowliiR tho rule or
steniusblp compuiiy, put liaclc
iilioppcd anchor In the htrcum.
f-t'oiirfu. there was talk amunR
Mt psihtoiiBers of tho Itlo do Janeiro
bter, mill, or touise, incio wus
Epeculntlon as to what inlRht
o hiippciied to tho Korea If bjio
been inn Into tho sea of foR.
. ItenberK's nervousness Increas
and llually she went to Captain
ilborR nnd to hi m conhded her
sts on Leaving Ship.
o win the name or heaven or
h anythliiR teirlblo could hap-
to Ills IiIr ship, with its power-onRliu.-,
was more than tlio rap-
could Imagine, und ho told Mis.
!j!VI.ID .w.l.l.. !... II. I l.l..t fnl.
that bothcis us Just now," he said,
'and as soon ns It lift a llttlo we'll
pu)l out, anil It's a bundled to one
that we'll btrlko fair weather nut-
Bldo. As Jiir RcttlnR Into Houblo,
Triy dear madam, that's ically out of
.fcitlp question. w Ii at uinKes joit
MBlnk wo nro to havo any terrlblo
JI'I am simply of tho belief," Mrs.
ifcenbeiR Is reported to bavo said,
5t6at the Km en may meet with tho
Jttc of tho Itlo de Janeho and he
'wj-eclvCd, and I Insist upon bolnR
aeoi athore rlRlit now, before this
toamer goes n foot farther.
"I Insist upon It, Captain Sand-
bent. I must be taken off this
tteamlilp. with r.iy two children and
my sliter. Do not dare tnko us to
sea. I Insist upon leaving the Ko
ca us roou ns poilble at any cost."
Rclinauishcs the $500.
C.iptnln Saiulbcrg argued and ex
plained, but he lost giound nt ev
ery turn. Ho ascended the hrlilgo
mid ennio down again, and argued
Ecnia more, nnd played for position,
but Mis. iM-nhcrR wa (Immovable.
Ho t.'letl Hiuvlty nnd scratched his
hcud when he obsered how llttlo
offect It hndton this Indexible wo
mail. Then he tried to be severe,
did Captain Snudbcrg; but It might
ns well have bcon a lluuky trying
icverlty on tho ctptuln himself, for
It didn't go. This woman passen
ger had to bo put ushore or there
would bo something doing for Cnp
tuln Sjndberg, and perhaps tho
whole I'nclrie Mall Company.
Mrs. licnbcrg had paid something
In lha nelghboihood of S5U0 for tho
passage of horcelf nnd party to Ho
nolulu, nnd slio had a lot of bag
gage rabo.ird, and slio had sont her
automobile down by n previous
steamer; but this cut no figure. Her
mind was nuido up.
Captain Salidberg was Informed
of his duty nnd was dared to do
anything olkc. I'erhapj If ho woro
nn unmarried man he might have
dared, but It was only n few months
ago that he becamo a benedict, ns
It happens, and ho had given In,
capitulate, sunendor mid he run by
n woni.iu, when only it whllu ago ho
had made the I email; that ho would
like to see thovomaii that could
it tamo haul, though, and tho
square Jawed mariner only mado up
his r.ilnd nf tor ho had ascended the
liiidco and come down again, and
gr.no up again mid come down ngaln
u ml talked thnrp'y to tome of tlio
cm -era. nn.l kicked around general
ly. Tl'uu he (Hu;ed the man on the
bridge to blow tho big wlilstlo for a
launch. The Korea was nt Hint tlmo
lying at anchor in the frg off HUiolc
It was away nling In tho night
that tho signal or :V launch was
totinik'cl, and In ill u tl'iio. when moit
of tlio Koimi'b p-iengcrs wcro ns
lcep in their hunks, and people
nslioio wmo In their bods, a launch
hoo alongside the Koicu's lofty
Tho gingw.iy wna lowered nnd
Mis. luenlesg nil I her two sons and
Mlra D!:l enberg weio taken down
to thu small boat. Then came tho
h.iBEngu a lot cf It, which n gang
of Chlucru sallorB had dug out of 'tho
ship's hold, after a lot of hustling
and "Wnssa niallus," and Chlneso
waids not learned ut the missions.
So Mrs. Ibenborg hnd hor way,
which bho btmted out to have, and
that's all thore was to it. A brief
wiiolebs from the Koreu stated that
lllnesa had caused Mrs. lsenborg to
ubandon tho liner ut tho last mom-ont.
Shin Has Safe Vovaee.
As for tho notion that tho Korea
or Its passongor would meet with
dlsastor, tho fntcg must have chang
ed tho order of thlnRH If they had
anything; torrlhlo In storo for tho
great ship, fur Bhe reached Hono
lulu barely jesterday after a quick
inn from the coast.
Onlv Exercised Privileee.
"I only cercUed u woman's pri
vilege In changing my mind when I
sent for tho launch." said Mrs. Ison
berg yesterday, "I thought that I
.might bo III on tho voyage, nnd that
was my chief reason for not sail
ling. "I hnd Honut personnl business to
attend to In Honolulu, and booked
passage for my children, my tlstor
and myself. Whan wo got out with
, In n short distance of tho hunds tho
captain decided that It was too fog
gy to attempt the pnssago that date. ,
The children wore restless nnd I my
self was not feullng well, tho result
of four months' Buffering fioili nor
oiis prostrutlon. So I decided to
rotprn to San Krnncls:o.
"I paid $500 for our reservations,
but 1 have not asked tho company
to return tho amount. I nm wllllnR
to mcilfke tint, ns i feet the oynge
woul1 never ha0 improod my chil
dicn's health or my own." I
ON EXHIBITION; NOT FOR BALE.
Photographic studios of Hawaiian
types mado by Mrs. Ourrey nnd simi
lar to those which wcro sent to tho
Alaskn-Yukon-railflc exposition, will
soon bo placed on exhibition, but will
not be for snle.
Bulletin Basinets Office Phone 258.
' 'torn! Mnnm Phnim 18JI
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Corner Fort and Beretania.
For men. women and children,
with monogram. Priced from $2.00
up to $20.00.
For ladies and gentlemen, 14
karat solid gold. Priced from
All Holiday goods on display in a
M. R. Counter,
1142 Fort St,
Thanksgiving Day, in America, was a day firil 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 feslival 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 since1
been annually observed. It usually falls on the last Thursday in
This Thanksgiving season we are pleased lo offer the following rare
assortment of delicacies.
Miuce-nieat, Plum Pudding, Fruit Cakes, Brandied Fruits,
Sweet-pickled Fruits, Fancy Preserves and Jellies,
Maraschino 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), Picklos,
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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