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CVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II. , SATURDAY, DEC. 18, 1909. i
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Holiday Table Linens
, DAMASK TABLE SETS. ioer with dozen nap
'kin's to match. P-I.ISO per sot upward.
SCALLOl'ED EDOE TABLE COVER, with a docn
scolloped napkins to match, something new, $0.00
mid J?7.r0 a set.
Koaiid Damask Linen Tnlilc Covers.
Squaic Damfl'k Linen Table Covers, in handsome
r.mbi entered Scalloped Edge Napkins, new. '
$7.!0 a dozen
Hemstitched NnpUrs.in all sizes and qualities,
At Cut Prices .
DEOIIJNINO MONDAY MORNING. Dec. 20th
Wc will place on sllc stylish
Fall Trimmed Hats
Big Price Reductions
Trimmed Felt Hats
Trimmed Velvet Hats
Trimmed Satin' Hats
In all lending colors, including Black.
i A special assortment of
Stylish nml piottily trimmed in delicate colors
nml orj moderately pr.cc.l
L'JUV Hi: 8oi lal llfi of Honolulu Is
Tat pieviut iloiiii.int owing
liollilii) musoii. with It
to tbo iit.ii apiuoach of (be
numerous pieparatlons, for
the festivities attendant up-
on that lui'ip time It In n buaj noa-
Mm with all tbo HtreiiuoiiB worl, ot
shomilUK. iplallllllis KlftH, mill tbo
fi;Jw.,','' m,l""vt '" ",',1 ""' "lca"B ot
..(.',.... I .(....,... I.. .. II la ( wirl.
Hs,iiTftliiiu. unit lii most of a, a lalu
J .l I. . - . ,, .,.! ............ .. ... -
111 lll.f. All HUB l illlltlUU l,l v.'
Oytlilii ulko, after tho Ne Year,
when 11b fusil, new fan., precis U,
Mi:lety will lusuiuo Hk plumant cn
I'lfrlaliiiui'iits with. It Ik atd now
f3- vigor, The now, and aBrccahlo peo
i plu who li.ivd net up t licit .Hum mi
f" . tbfe e.iitbU niiradikO lui liiioialo tho
hiispltiillties extended them, upuu
tielr urrUnl lure, others inmo mid
,. i,t n., i r.. n, ro,.i,ii ,r
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itniiit fninm In Ilia i,l nf r, n .11 tl.
,3 , ners and dai.rcs. mi the lhll will
'" i f '
fL,; oer inoio and Ihe Social wblrl kte,
K ""''' fu' "1,,IU 'l, ulwJ "l l'ncis
A-. ut ii uoml time, ami Houoliiln Is ne-
J or l html 111 hospitalities, lind this
ffl;1falr tlts's loputatlon Is, Hint tho
J'jlE'J'lll-ll Utllllg IH Cl Oil tUO UOOr.
f.7, ' j
IK1 Mrs.' W. W. Hall's Tea
f .. Mrs. W. V II ills tea was tho moct
$1 Impoilnnt. and lai-ebl fiinetion o( tne
iiA ,ek, The hours weie finiu I to it
' At 7,l,'.i ,1,.. r,rr,i, ,, i.,,, 1,, 1,,, .r
,V' Mis. Sejmoiir H.ill tho .fnulitei In
' ,. . .
i? law pf tho boslesi. It U in wondei
J"' ' that tbo California iinui siioko lu
t, nich ghiwlng terms nbmt iIiIb youus
it'Oli, befoio bei wedding, mid ut
(ho tlnio of that ImpoiUiiit eenl.
which took pi icv iWu uutun,n fi Mi
,, Sijnour Hall Is a or prottj bonile,
i, liO(isesfen cie.tl tlunn if maimer and
lA haelly Thuihili) IK rtti lileal''d if
K?tl iii,i,iimI, i iii. rruinii nr in,, nrifi.
v iiiioii w.ib cloud) 'Iho oilglual lutcii
SACHS' DRY GOODS
tlon was In Invo received the RUCBlr,
mi tlie beautiful limn of thu HnlU, Imi
it was ileclilul Ihnt an Indoor artnl
wpuld be -irtr Iho lieiutlrul liomi
f (i , fj sb -b'cli by tbo wnv 1
u10 (R 0n 'ilanit Vi'nuo, bavliij
lltn" , , ,utlt ,uomj t10 nm fron
)-.Bn,, tll llm tMllj mf(nl). (1:i
.. tistlrnll ,1. rnr.il,l Mr.
"all Mr. Soiaour Hall and Mu
Slanlt llobcttB iciolvtd III tin dniw
iiik loom, which bad Ixcii tonctlu
IhHi i bower wllb the imvtm of plull.i
cut flowirs and inalduih.ilr, Tbo hc.Jt
eH was cl nl In a beautiful bioj Can
ton crepo v Ith touches of ical lace
Mrs SoMiiour Hall wore a st-iiinliit
frock of (.lillfuii embossed Willi K u
linds of pink losobuds, (ho toilette
was n rrciii.li cicatlon nuido In the hit
tat mode with tho puffed sklit offec.1
1""1 1'iuich lloimco whlth Is lliulln
,.... ,.,.,. ,, -..,..... j
ki mull, iti.iii nun iiaiUU 1 iflllUU
Mf Htnnky Ilobtrtbon, who Is an old
rih nil if ll,., loiiill, ....- -.... ..
fiknd of the luiully, worn .1 gown of
foiilani lu Pjuslati ilitt Mis, A.
Lewis who wus ntcomlngly clad In a
hluo rn'1'1 MBH JI" .mioti, who
,w,,n " H Viirk rnntlmi of corbsc
- v.., .....i ..ihvii H1.-I iij puill-r
Hun. JMrs Malcolm Maelut)ic, n
d.iuijitei of Ihe house, woio n pink fig
"rod Ellp crepe, a la pilncesi, and Mib
'-dwnid "all, another daughter, woio
l'lii and black This cottrlo of
ihnrmlng women folk linltiml nnlti
'" "e inleitnlimicm of tho gnosis
T1 -,. ..,., .. . ... . ,. ..
"" I ",,,;" " "o in ie-eu in ino le
"'P'lnii loom This room was decoi
tie- in lostk mm iiauilsome puliiis bu
lHot,n the archw.ij of iho iliawlng
room and rot i pllon loom largo bis
kots of inalih nhnlr weio misueiulril.
... , . . .. .
",H 1""B iionin. imiKrii? u bower ot
Kr0( " '"10 lau'" fmni wjileli Dm
l"in' '' was tiirveil was deeoiatcd in
dellcalo pink begonhs
llouoi, combined with in ildeiibali, was
WE intend to make it a busy week. Our store willb'e the
Mecca for economical shoppers. Specials and inducements
that will make it profitable for you to do your Christmas
shopping here. You will get the benefit while we are making a
record. SHOP EARLY.
Holiday Art Goods
Your every possible requirement
can be filled in ou rArt Department.
Many new novelties hove been
added to this department the last
TAPESTRY AND VELOUR PIL
TINTED AND IITHOORAPH PIL
LOW TOPS. -'
WORKED CUSHION BAGS.
A sample line. All new.
HAND-MADE AND HAND-DRAWN
Battcnbcrg Scarfs, Squares and Cen
ters in handsome designs.
Centers, Scarfs, Squares, with
Dcylies in all sizes to match.
Scwfs and Squares to Match
Hand-Worked Sofa Cushions in good
scattered mor tho cloth, ulvlng a
unci' dislred efftct. Miss Nora Stur
geon, who looked BtunnltiK In wlilto
dlk cicpo, mid MIrb Lily Puty, Mho
vns clad In n beautiful white UnRerlo
'lock, wcrft In charge of this cooling
)eerage. Tea and coffeo wore served
In (bo beautiful dlnlnn room, which
as dtcoiolcd In red carnations with
l backgiound of towering palms ami
iiuldenlnilr. Mis Andrew rullci, who
was drebMil In black net with toucl.OJ
,of black Jet', and Mis. Hobdy, who
ooktd handsome In a pink llngerlo
;own, poured tbo coffee, while Mis.
Henry Watcihoumi, who was gowned
in n black crepo de chine, and Mi?.
.lonro (Initio) whoso white llngoilo
costume was ery Ik coming, ponied
tbo tut, IMetty little JapaneBo women
III Bilk kimonos and biocaded obis,
pasred the siiudwIcliLS, cakes, etc.
MIbh Chin lotto Hall the joqng daugh
ter of lliu lioufco looked oxtiomely
piett) In a light hluo Bilk, cmbiold'
cad In tho Bamo shndo-of hluo; pink
robeB ero worn with this tollelto
HHh jiopul.ir joung girl also assisted.
fillllug nioiind In her usual graceful
.Mill i.iiotnitu ,,,IJ, net 1MB mui utfl)
"no enjojed themseUes, as the cor-
Inliily did About four tiundruil Invl-
tatlous woio oxttnded, and ns the
"alls uiu iciiownod for their hospital-
Hj oei)imo was eager to accept.
Mnnv stiinnlnir Irocks were oliHeiveil
and nun pi ctty women were-prescntf
t,... ,,..., , C...1.1 ,... ..
-i. niiiiiie-ru ouiiiii was u picture in
n whllo HngeiJc, encnised with cliiny
I ico, over maize biik a large plctuio
lint lomplcted this eoslimio Miss II.
Hiilh Voiiiig wore a handsiinio larvi
lostunie. with laigo 1ml. Mis. lames
...... . . i .. .
""J'l iookcu oxtiemci) pretty in u
white einbioldeied inulle Mri C
Hedemann was elml lu u black net,
fuhhluneil lu Iho latest
l C, Jones
largo black hat. Mis.
Boys' and Girls' own library by
authors of world-wide repute.
A Book Gratis
With a $2.50 purchase
wore a bnendar satin, the corsage
embroidered. Mrs fieorgo Augur was
tlail lu striped light bluo mid while
foiilani. Mrs. m llamm wore nnu
of thoJiaiidsoincBt frocks; It was cut
a la motto, beautifully embroidered,
and the now shade of maize that Is
mi fashionable. Mrs. McClollnii looked
legal In a bhlmmcrlng grey satin, with
enibelllbbiiients of real luoo. Mrs.
Talis woio a wlilto princess frock, em
bjoldered with Insertions of lace, a
lingerie lint, which was extreniel) be
coming, wus woin with this toilette,
Mrs Sutton wore u pink lingerie; bei
sister, Mih. Will Whitney, n two piece
suit of Copenhagen blue Itajah. Mrs.
Mannlo Phillips wns clad In a pink
figured chllon, which wus extremely
becoming. Mrs. Alfred Afong wore a
luco gown with large black hat. Miss
Tinner, who Is visiting her brother,
Mem. Turner of the U. S. Army, woro
u beautifully embroidered silk crepo,
made princess empire. Mrs. Alexand
er (lllchrlst Ilnwes, Jr., looked stun
ning Irti u two-piece, embroidered,
white lln'en with small turban. Miss
ltoo McClellan woro'an effective lin
gerie gown. Mrs, SamfticI Damon was
dresicd In a white princess frock, em
bellished with real lace, a largo pic
ture hut completed the costume. Mrs.
Charles Bryant Coopor woro a frock
of the now blue, mude a la Princess.
Among those present were: Mrs. H..
0. A'oxander Mrs. A, V. Afong, Mrb.
A. Henry Afong, Mrs. A. C. Alexander,
Mrs, W. D, Alexander, Miss Agnes Al
exander, Miss Mary Allen, Mrs, WV K,
Allen, Mrs. It, W. Anderson, Mrs
flunk Audi ado, tho MIbbcb Angus,
Mr. C. H. Atheiton. MrB. t C. Alh
citon, Mis. J, M, Athcrton, Miss Kato
Atheiton, Mrs. K. W. Atkinson und bIs
lers Mis. W. O. Atwuter, Mis O. J.
Augur, Mrs. W. ". Uubbltt, Mrs. S. A.
Ilaldwln, Mrs. W. D Baldwin, Mrs.
Harry Turner, Los Angeles, Mrs.
Chas. Baldwin, Urs. 8. M. Ballou, Mrs.
Aithur Berg, Mrs. E, P. Bishop, Mrs.
A. W. T, Bottomlcy, Mrs. W. A. Bow
in, Mrs Arthur Brown, Mrs. Jacob
Blown, Mrs W, E. Brown, tho MIsBes
(icrtrudo and Allco Brown, Mrs. II.
Blcknell, Mrs. n. C. Brown, Mrs ,0. 1
Hush, Mrs. A. J, Campbell, Mrs A. N.
Campbell, Mrs. A. W, Carter, Mis, V,
W. Cmter, Mrs. 0. It. Carter, the
Misses Carter, Mrs. A. V. Castle, Mrs.
J. B Castle, Mrs. W. It. Castle, Miss
B. CnstlQ tho Misses Cation, MrB.
Kllziihcih Church. Mrs. Win. A. Claik,
Mlbs Susan Clarke, Miss M. C. Clarke,
Mii. J I,, Cockburn, Mrs. II. C, Cole
man, Mrs. C. n. Cooper, Mrs. II, H.
Cooper, Mies Allco Cooper, Mrs. I
W Damon, Miss Vein Damon, Mrs. P.
B 1)11111011, Mib. S. M, Damon, Miss
Abblo Dow, MIsb Mny Damon, Mrs. S.
K I)iinoii, MrB. Geo. P. Duvics, Mib
T. Cllo Dmles, Mrs. n. Davis, MrB
i i i i i I
The most popular and best fitting
STYLES FOR 1910.
A sample line fust received, show-
inir the latest advance styles ' No
,two waists alike; in linen, lawn
and Madras. Price from ?1.25
In fine soft mull, wash crepe, etc..
elegant designs, fid work., .$5.50
upwards. i '
Real vCluny Lace
Sizes 18 inches to 36 inches, ele
Prices $1.50 to 915.00.
B. P. Dillingham, Mrs. P. T. Dllllng
ham, Mrs. J P. Erdman, Mrs. P. S.
Dodge. Miss C. P. Dodge, Mrs J. D.
Dole, Mrs. S. B. Dole, Mrs. J, D.
Dougherty, Mrs. Maj 3. W. Dunning,
Mrs. V,'. II. 11. Chapman, MrB. A. A.
Cliertiolc, Mrs. C. P. Uckart. Mrs. R.
II. Partiuharson, "Sirs VY. It. Purring
ton, Miss Irene Plsher, Mrs. J. I..
Klemmlng, Mrs. H. Harrison, Mrs. A.
Puller, Mrs. W. J. Porbcs, MIsscb
Porbes, Mrs. N. D. Prnser, MIsb May
Prazer, Mrs. P. P. Frcar, Mrs. W. P.
Prenr. Mrs. J. It. Gait, Mrs. O. Ht
Gore. Mrs II. B. Olltard , MIsb C. A.
Oilman, Mrs. J. A, Oilman. Miss Oil
man, Mis Helen Glrvln, Mrs. O. ll.
aullek, MrB. John Oiilick, Mrs. C T.
Gullck, Mrs Mnry Gunn, Mrs. I-uck-land,
Miss Berulce Hartwell, Mrs, A.
0. Ilnwes, Jr., Mrs. C. Hedemann, Miss
Allco Hedemann, Mrs. C. It. Heincii
way, Mrs. M. W. Hendry, Mrs. George
Herbert, MrB. Hugo Hcrzer, Mrs. C, U.
High, Miss Alice Both, Mrs. D. II.
Hitchcock, Mrs. W. C." Hobdy. Mrs.
Waller Hoffmann, Mrs. C. 8. Ho'.lo
woy, Miss M. Hopper, Mrs. J. R. Horn
berpcr, Mrs. A. S. Humphre)s, Mis.
W. II. Whiting, Mrs. C. P. Iaukea.
Miss Loma laukCn, Mrs. D. P. R. lb
enberg, Mrs. B. Ivers, Miss C. II.
Uecke, Miss Anna Johnson. -Mrs. Wil
bur J. MocN'ell, MIbs Basher, Miss Me
Cormlck, Miss Hurbough "Miss K. L.
Ro) nolds, Mrs. 1.. B. Coan, Miss Emma
Lons, Mrs. A. Qartley, Mr. D. A.
Jones, Miss Eliza Hall. Mrs. Hall, Miss
Harriet Needham, Miss Mary Bur
bank, Mrs. James Guild, Miss Ilcj
inond, Miss Katherlna McCarthy, Mis.
J. W. Jones, Mrs. R. S. Johnstono, Mrs.
Pierre Jones, Mrs. E, W.' Jordan, Mrs.
It. A. Jordan, the Misses Jordan,fMrs.
J. II. Juiltl, Mrs U M. Judd, Mrs. J.
A. Kennedy, Mrs, H. L. Kerr, Mrs. T.
J. King Mr. W. A. Kinney, Mrs. P.
W. Klcbnhn, Mrs, C. H. Kleugel, MIbs
May leugol, Mrs. B. Kpk'o, Miss, I.
Kopl'e, Misses Ladd, Miss P. Law
rence, Mrs. Robert Lowers, MrB. Arf
thur Wall' Mrs. A. Lewis' Mrs Alex
WmUny, Jr., MIsb M. Llshman, Mrs.
H, S. Oriiy. Mrs. W. A. Love, Mrs.
Ebon Low, Mrs. W, W. Low, Miss
JancH MarInt)ro Mtsscs Mclutyro.
Mrs. R I). Mcud, Misses Macfarlano,
Mrs. IC. A. Molt Smith. Mrs. J. A. Mc
Candlefs Miss M. McCandlcsa. Mrs.
U L. McCandless, Mrs. J. S. McOrew,
MrB. L. T, uPckl Mrs. M. Phillips,
Mrs, 0, J, Pralt. Mrs. P. A. Ramsay,
Mrs. C. P. Rees Mrs II. B. RcBtarlck
Mra, P. A. Schuefer, Mrs Gustavo
Schucfer, tho Misses Schnefer, Mrs
P. J, I.owrey, Mrs. C, von Hamm, Jtra.
M. Pulls. Mrs. Mary Wlddlnehl.
Mrs. M. M. Scott, MIbs Marlon Scott,
Mrs. P, C Sinllli Mrs, W. OSmllli,
Mrs. E. I Spalding, Mrs A. &L Stan
genwald, Mrs. W, L, Stanley, Mib,. P.
M. Swan), and many others.
The Doll Contest
Who will be the lucky ones! The next few
days will tell the tale. The two
, . HANDSOME DOLLS
Elegantly dressed, now on display in our show win
dows, will' be delivered to the luoky ones Christmas
morning. Shop here and help those who are trying
for them. A coupon with every 25J purchase. .
FOR THEATER AND EVENING WEAR
CHIFFON OREEE SCARFS, beautiful floral de
signs, delicate colorings, 92.50 each. s .
SILK CREPE SCARFS, Persian and cashmere ef
fects, at 94.50 each. '
SCARFING by the yard in pretty Persian effects,
00 a yard. '
, -a . Hand-Embroidered
Fine work, $2.25, $2.50.
" Sets of hand embroidered Handkerchiefs done
up in fancy boxes direct from Madeira. Three Hand
kerchief in a box, 95.50 a box.
INFANTS CELLULOID TOILET SETS
Very complete, in light bine, pink and white,
nicely done up from'91'50 a set upwards.
NEW FALL KNIT GOODS
FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
SCARFS, .white and
KNIT SHAWLS, white, pink and blue, 91.50
P"' ICE'WOOL SHAWLS from 91.50 upwards.
SILK SHAWLS with knotted fringe, 92.75 up
- iioltilu on the steamer Lurllne. lie-
Mr. ind Mrs- Cllve Davlei Dinner. sides a largo circle ofTelatives their
..Prlday evening Mr. und MrB. Cllve many friends wllh regret their do
Dales entertained at their Nuuanii purtnrc ns they have been among1
Valloj home at dinner. Tho tablo was licm u number of months, and us
exquisite In pink Dlchcss roses and ,r,i- Whlllng was born In Honolulu,
maidenhair. Tho guests who enjoyed '.Bhe ls welcomed with open arms bv
this host and 'hostess hospitality tn ninny "Id friends, who delight
were Rear-Admiral and Mrs. Corwln '" 1I"B her honor.
P, Hecs. Mr. and MrsGerrlt Wilder,
exGcvernor and Mrs. George Carter, Mucl' pleasure wan given tho re
Judge una Mrs. Will Whitney, MIbs 'tles and friends, upon the nrrlvnl
Murgurct Walker and Judge Woodrul. of th Lurllne. to greet Mrs. George
v Herbert nnd her daughter, nosle,
Ust Frjdny' evening. Mr. J. Alfred who' lime mude n visit to the Coust
Magoon gave a dancing party for for n number of months, but have
MIss'MaVle Whiting, there ,voic '- lallt letiirned to tuko their pluce
about thirty chlldron present. The ln ,l10 family, as well as tho social
house wag decorated In red carnu- J-Ircl wllll-1 1'ave greatly missed
tlons, palms aud potted plants. Tho l'em.
grown up pednlo that assisted Mrs. .
Magoon vrer-T Admiral und Mrs. , Colonel Schuj-Ier who Is In com
Whltlng, Captain and Mrs. Pourle mal"l of the Gth Cavalry at Scho
ol Poit Ruger.HCaptaln and Mrs. " "anaeltB, gave n very pretty
Winters of Kamehuraeha, Paymaster "inner nt the Voung Hotel, Tuesday
und Mrs. Hornberger of the Navy, evcnlng. The table wob decorated lu
Mr. and Mra. Prank McStockor, Judge rcd carnations. The Colonel's dln
nna Mrs. HumphreyB nnd Mrs. Ebon "cr Buests were Major und Mrs. Pos
Low. -' 'l1'1" nntl Captain and Mrs. 8turges;
v- ,ne Inr'y attended the danco whl'cli
Mr. Walter Dllllnghum entertained wns BVc at evening at tho
Sunday at.a'luncbeoli, given In hon- ung.
or of Mr. and Mra.JIarold Cook ot
Los Angeci, who are spending their Ex-Oovcrnor und Mrs. George R.
honeymoon In Honolulu. The party Carter with tholr two daughters
leu iowji in auomounes early in
thoNniornlng, arriving at Halelwa for
the mid-day repast,' which was serv-
(-d on the makal lanal. The table was
decoruted In cut flowers and maiden
hair fern. Among tUse who enjoy-
ed Mr. Dillingham's hospitality were;
Mr, and Mrs. Harold 900k, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Wilder and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Brown
One of'th. principal social events
rlUe8 rS!'?iTr.SU1, th? t-
The ceremony will he .performed In
St. Andrew's Cuthedril by Bishop
Restarlck, It will be an evening at-
fair, and will -bo followed by a ie-
ceptlon wjilch will be Iven at the
Hedemun h'ome at Walklkl. only
the family and Irttlmate' friends of
the jouug couple will be Invito to
Mr. and Mis J. Alfied Magoon
gave a farewell dinner Thursday
evening in honor of Reur-Admlrul
nnd Mrs. whltin. ti, TnPnn
. ,.r . . .Haw..
munsioii or Miiialllo street was
beautifully decorated" for tho occa
sion. Twenty guests were seated
ut the flower bedecked, table which
was dene In scarlet, t After dinner
the remainder of tho evening was
devoted to turds.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Whiting
with their oung daughter left Ho-
MIXED SCARFS, in cream, very pretty,
win icnvo on the Tenyo Maru, Jau-
uary 4th, for a trip around the world.
Mr, und Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder will also
leave on that steamer, starting on u
world's tour. The Carters and the
Wllders will travel as far as Cairo
together, where they will spend tho
The ;,; of pun;nou
cVnln"n '"fe" "'J" e tV
S attrctlvlb" oUusf wa.C c I
! H "!,'!."! ",'' h , K "n" ""'"
.",!,?' '?!" V'. h B ,?, 0tt r0"10'
'r,m"ng ,h "S" tontaitlc."
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0 ' ' n I"8 .? Ut r an 'j!U'
r U' ? lia,VB Jetn f
ri" l honoV K, m. "V-iTc r"-'
' ln nonor'qf Mils Ulsd ScKne-
fer ""coiid daughter of Mr. and
, l8rclh1Mfer' "n,,1 ,:o,,w"1
Srrti 1 V "' ',1 "?M7
oWln!r fi h in UBry.a rUI,h-
.lnK ,0 u, "I"68" of Mr, Lniu.
"ll. Pr..n..pt., affair
Iltln liHA-nlillnl ..-H
J,,m ' T1 U nBnl" ,n KOOl
0""mon aftcr "' reeem ralus.
"""""J " iiiiko uuiuuer look advan
tage of tho weather and motored to
tho other side of the Island to Halo-Iwit.