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EVENINC1 nUU-ETIN, HONOLULU, T. ir.,.SATUUrAY( DEC. IS, IDob; .,
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SOCIAL NOTES j
Vile iMiiplnycca of tlio liwn Plfttitu
linn hnvi! laaui.'il IpvllalloiiH for n
N'nW Year's dunce in tio n'von "'
till) nrtlntlc OIul) linure nt Kwn. Till
In nil niitmn! criit, nml n number
of llio HID nt Honolulu nlwnyM part l
dp.ilo, this year will )iu no rxeep
lion In (tio rule, im Hie society ulrls.
. with tliclr cliniicronrH, iihtl the young
Kallnnta of this city lira iiliinnliiK
Sunday Dcctor nml Mrs. Charles
. llrymit Cooiicr. will entrrtnln nt a
lintiKo purty nt (jiclr inmiiltnln homo
on .Ml. TiiiiIiiIiih, In ltonor ' tiT iMrs.
ltnrry Turner of I.im Angolcs. Tim
pnrty will li-itvc town In tlio morn
ing, drlvo or rlilo iim motoring Is
prohlhlli'il to this delightful resort
-T-iiud upend the tiny with their hos
liltnlilu host nml hostess. I
Sirs. Moor '. I'alls, wire of Cap
tnln 1'iiIIk, depot (unrlei master, I'. I
H. A. ictiiriied on the trnnsport l.o
Kiin, nftcr n restful visit of several
months on the Const. She wns nc
corded n warm welcoino hy hor
friends In Honolulu, who nfo pleas
ed to have her take her place iignln
I. lent. I'hll Sheridan and l.leut.
.Inincs of tho nth Cavalry motored to
townM'ucKilny, nnd wtru hosts ut n
Mas dinner which was given nt tho,
Young Hotel. After tho dinner, tho
party attended the libit, which wn3
A new line of
. ' SWEATER,!
LADIES, MISSES and
Ladies' Long Sweater Coats, $9.50
Ladies' Coat Sweaters, from $225
Misses and ChildrenJs
Sweaters, from - - jpl.50
Otto Wlx, the fnmous water color Ili.zclton of Now York, now with the
Given Hi honor of the Ofllccrs of tho rl8t. returned from a short trip to vmi.Ilnniii)-ming garage.
Mil Cavalry In the mihat ball room Maul on Drcsiitber llio Iwcllth. v. w ,
of the young. The Kllolinnn Art League nre glv-
I Lieutenant V. S. Houston, 11. 8. hlK gBim)Ctt evening nt the lllsli-
i.ieui. iviuis or llin it. s. M. c. .N..j'C iirneu ucsr-nuivr cievcu
feave n sliifc illt r Tucfday night in.jWnslilngtoii, . C.
honor of l.leut. McMillan, l.leut.1
I'rltchart mid l.leut. Ucorge Wilcox, I A hoy baby ranio to the home t
old friends of his In the U.S. NuVy. .Reverend untl Mrs. Ililss, nnd will
Mrs. ilanie:, Itobert I'ourle, wife r cnt to then, nnd their only child- honor of Jllrs ChrlHtinnn who Is tho
Cap.nln Pourle, will give large and ! milo Jan.,. , " ct "'
elaborate tea on .January the lOtli, ' ' n '
nt her homo nt I'ort Itugor. On Tucfday, December tho four- Mm. K. K. I'axton Is quite III nt
tccntli, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Judd j her homo In Manna Vnllcy, nnd Is
Grccnwoll of Konn, Is wero made tho happy liirelits of a In the caro of u trained nurse.
the Alexander Young baby dair'hlui'. I "
I Mr. am Mrs. J. II. Fisher nn-
111 iroiu i .... ii.tii Pniinliiiit. Tiipstlnr ovenlnc,
Mr. itntl Mrs. (ierrlt Wilder en
tertained Informally nt dinner 'In
Mr. A. II.
On Sunday last, vitiligo nnd Mrs.
Sidney ll.illuu, Mrs. Harry Turner of
Los Angeles, Cnl., ami Mr. Jnnicb
l'ago were' the luncheon guests of
Colonel Schuyler of the Mli Cnvnlrv,
Tho part nuitqrcil to Lollchtm Sun
day morning and icturncd to town Josle
in I'mo for dlnuor.
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Mr. nnd trs. K. Kaxon tllshon
will enlortalned nt dinner tills even
ing' l honor of Miss F.lsa Hchaerer,
tho brlde-etcct of Mr. J. W. Wal
Mr. A. W. Adams, seprctary nml
tfuurer of the Hawaiian I'lnciyiplo
Conip.my returned to his homo In
Honolulu on the Ahuiieda. Decem
ber the Bivcnleoulh, with his wife,
nco tiusslo Clark. They will make
their permanent homo hero.
Mrjor nnd .Mrs. rosier after n plcn.
rout tilp on tho ni.ilulund. returned
to Honolulu Tuesday on tho trans
port Logan. Major nnd Mrs. Foster
linvo been slopping nt th0 Young.
Lilt Hie .Major will resume his duties
ut .Scholleld llarraeks.
Quito a mimlior-nt townspeoplo
nro enjoying u few days of rest nnd ,-
lllltnl ..I lt..t,.l I. ...... '
' "' '"IW4 uuioro mo noiidity
ieal,oii belB In;
Mrs. .1. Waller .loues nnd child
icturncd on Iho Lurllun, from u vIMt
to her old homo In the Kast. I
Mrs. ,, a. Thurslou returned to
her homo In Honolulu on tho steam
ilGTcrend J. W. Wndmau was nil
in- lyal on the l.urllne, returning
fio.n it vlalt to iho inaliilaiitl.
A nmnber of people nro leaving on
llio different Island steamers for tho
other Island, possibly to spend the
holidays wl h relatives nnd friends.
An rnjoynhto swimming party waB
given Monday aftcrnnniint Fort do
Itiikyy In honor of Miss Cox nnd
Ml.'s Turner of St. LouU, Mon.
Mrs. Itusljn'ell l'err'iinnounccs the
nouncc the engagement of their
(laughter, Irene l.cr.ore, to Mr, Ccorgo
I'. Ilcntnn, Jr. ' If
It 1.4 n discriminating purchaser
who understands and observes tlio
engagement of lcr daughter Helen .difference between novelty nnd dls
iiusimcii io ucruiu iinueii unction In mal;lng4hcr selections 111
tho sfiops. ' A's' i fli
wanders l Fort street
ly "tho strnnner wlliiin our gates,'
lie Is Imprcsifil by thu great display of
Uiirlstnins novelties. '
Juilgltig frum tlio large liiunbei'
til niitoiuobliea nnd carriages coil
Ittnntly to IjJ seen in front of tli'
Sifchs Dry floods Co. nnd fiom tho
trowds of busy shoppers within tho
Mo.c, the to.iciusitiii 'iiiitiiiuii .ui
ts that Ihls Is one of the inojt popu
lar establishments In the city for the
purchase or holiday goods. A. u
lual Ihls uliicuiMoii Is the (oriect
I one Is niaulfcit ns suon as nui pntst
es tbiough tho aisles or templing
' coods, I'Jvcrywhelo throiighour'fhe
1'M.iihs simp nro displayed tuctul
jVilnl scfislble things for wenr and
hoiiio comfort. Tho .stock is onu of
tlio foremost In variety and be.iso.i-
tibietiess, nnd hundreds of b!hip,ioij !
t.ie tilling up their Chrbitmas .nets I
to their utmost satisfaction fiom tao
Hifendld holiday assortment, t j
Afnungur Ilrasch of Whltiiuy &.
Marh has secured u stock oi tutisc
inns goods that attract women, n. nil
of 'the) goods nro npproprlato for
Chrlstmns gilts. A view of the goods
Is suggestive enough without nn Item
ized statement of gift suggestions. Ouo
thing nb'iiit buying of Whitney &.
Mnrsh's that appeals pnrllculnrfy to
the usual women buyer 13 tint of the
most fXpenslvo goods there Js but
0110, of n kind. '
Tho Sachs' store Is n tegular em
'porlum for thlpgs to wear. It Is
illvltlcif Into sovcrnl departments.
In which different clnsscrf of goods
nre grouped, 'thus 'making for the
convenience of th'o shopper. In the
ready-to-wear tlepartnl'oiit nro shown
elegant Itnportti'd ' evening winps,
beautiful lingerie gowns nnd many
cthor charniliig thlngit all ready to
put on. In llio handkerchief de
partment, whlc',.. I '.ho way, seems
to be the busies place In Iho city.
Is (shown n marvelous iixsortmcut
of fin" hnnd-mailc handkeichlcfs as
sembled ft 0111 nil parts of the world
wheio handkerchiefs qre made. In
tho novelty departments are shown
leather goods and -fancy Christinas
novclllM In hewlkleving variety,
nnil hundreds! of 'ncccptabltj sug
gestions nre calling to the shopper.
Other nttrnctlvo dcpnrtmctits In the
Sachs' store urn tho hrt giKxIs nnd
Infants' wear displays. In fact the
Siths' store Is n .veritable initio or
Christmas hints, nnd It would seem
Impossible Hint nnyone vhiitili visit
this big store without llndlng sonic
thlng suitable, and appropriate for
"Killers havo recently tried nn ex
periment in their ready-to-wear de
partment that will licof local Inter
ekt. Itecognlting tho superiority of
Oriental embroidery' over Ueeldcnt
io fthtiplwrj'tjl.'ihdy ImVcntlwivolfe'd'Toomfi'liie
et, especi.il- , with New York styles In' turn-'
Ins out siitia of the popular capo
coats for evening wear.
tfotie Weeks r go' they selected sev
eral rtj-res ffom fhd fashion mnga
xlncifvhlrh were expected to. lirovo
popula.- r.nd sent the'so with Instrnc '
lions to Ihelr icpiccntntlvd In Ja
pan to 1 :i 'e 1 ntimbcr of theso capes
niinln up and etilbroldered as. only
the Jnpaiti'so can; Hie results nro
tu.w here, nnd, to say the least, nre
up to expectations In every way.
'Some 1110' ninilc tif real pdhge'e, '
others of Japanese silk, evening
tints, all nro beautifully made and
embroidered, unci the styltM nro
tho io wlil;Ii am the mo.il popular'
Just nt prcirP'nt. They hno iii,l,vcd (
nf nn .opiiorluno llnui nnd will no
doubt titl.n the eyo of thu t!li:'lstmafl
"(lo to lllont's" i.i i;ie e'xpressliin ,
often heard when 11 lady Is looking
for itn exceptional!) gcod aillcle nt
it low prrlco. And Ilium can usually
"deliver the goods" wanted. lly
the Alainedn arriving yesterday ho
rctelved it number of shlrtwnlsta
that nre very beautiful. Thry Will,
pro'j.ibly bo icnilv for Insepectloli
today. floods for tho hollda)s In
clude white parasols and umbielllts.
Iiandkitrehlcfs, these for Indies and
children; neckwear, ImlLery, scarfs
nnd veils rtnd toys. There Is prob
ably 'ai large nn nssortment of loyst
nt nlom's us iinywhoro In tivn nlnl
they arc of the kind that will pleaso
L. It. Kerr & Co., on Alnke.i' street,
have a largo display Of Ninas' nov
elties. Among' the marty new ar
ticles 'for1 'ihelr holiday tiade is it
large assortment of 'licndo'l nnd Jot
ornaments romprltlng llnrrattcs,
Hand Hags, Side nnd llnck Conibi,
Ilrtochcs, Hair Pins, nnd also n lino
of Fcathar lloun nnd Hat Fills which
were sent to them from New York
to make up their spring orders.
They decided to put theso oil salo
nt once, and now Honolulu can
boast of being ahead of New York
In Hie prlng fnshlons. '
II. F. Killers & Co. are not behind
the times. Their popular store Is
crowded nil the time, In tact they
havo bceu'compclicdlo have an ex
tra force of clerks Io wait oil tho
shoppers, thus ensuring cfllcleut
Kervlco lo their many customers.
An Ohia man died of blood-polsoh-litg'flftbi'
being pecked by n'hen. Most
henpecked meni Uowsver, conjlnuo lo
live and suiter.
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"Ono can't have too much of a godd
Ihlng." remarked Iho tnorallrer.
"Tlvit's right." rejoined tha demorailz
er. "Wlien ouo gets too much It
ccnt-cs to be n good thins." '
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At r Grocers
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1 A DEWOIiTI'Ur. "BEVETIAOTi j .
I A SACK STIMULANT t
A GOOD MKniCINK t
l'or sale by i
I W. J. PEACOCK & CO,, LTD. '
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We have a lare stock of Pianosand Inside Players arfd 16 moire on the way We
must sell. We bought at a Big. discount and we are able to, and ar6 selling at n oriii
biggei.- discount. s
For the Ghristmas Ifrade
We are differing $l4ftR- PlOSJancl PACKARD PIAS,
which are stric no superior other 'than the Stein-
way, at 15 per cent discount from Our regular market price.
tmThe Richmond and other good pianos are ncV skiing at a dis
count of 12 per cent. '
The Standard Piano of the World
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rour generations of Steinw ays have and arc giving energy to
ulacc and keep this piano in a class by itself,
They are the only ones of
makers that have retained
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their original personality. All the others have been absorbed by or have
gone into combinations with cheaper matters, '
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We deliver the Steinway in your-house at the fixed San Francisco
The Celebrated Cefclii
lt rflrrirt tti iIaiI !.. mti. -r. n .
'T-r- .v-. "' '" " someiningnewijn ayer Pianolas IU.
plays the full scale of 88 notes. Others use but 65 notes. Our Play,
Pianos are .priceo;, from ($300 to 70a
We take In exchange slightly used,and second-hand pianos which
tiut in perfect order and'sell very chfap. ;.s
We have but one price whether sale is- for-Jwh-or oB-paymont.
Payment arranged as low as $10 monthly , x ,
n . We rent new Pianos and tune and, repair. piano! and-Pip orBecd
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