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.""" 1 ' "'"'I BBIDOSnSHI 1 s 1
HI V W-n-n-ru 'W II li J.jk
I 'Ginger Ale I
I At All Fountains , I
I ? - r i v "'"' l,y t,ln Caso f""n I
I' Ul FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS I
'ABt GLASS DOMES
Specially Selected for the Holiday Trade
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Hams & Bacon
Prepared by the best known
California method. Quality
, is unsurpassed. They are
as good as 'theyIooK and
and taste better.
AS long as you are not a vege
tarian buy your supply of .
f -meat where you, know it is
$ clcair and good. '
I Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS Proprietor!
II It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHAItP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
AIJADIK'S TRENCH PROCESS USEDJN CLEANING
Ball antl Dinner Gowns and Evening
i , Wraps
' Telephone .1491
J. A13ADIE, Proprietor 777 KING
l IV- IV
There is a. big variety 'to select from
here, such us Children's Go-Carts.
Tricycles, Automobiles Express
Wagons, Wheelbarrows Air RiflcSj etc. .
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Carpenters' Circular Plan csyip Stock,
priced from 25c to $.00. ff'W 'fmf
city hardwarI d,
Cor. K-ing ancl Nuuanu St.,
THE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
PARLOR is the latest move in -the
undertaking line, where families can be
accommodated with sleeping quarters,dining
room, kitchen and bathroom. Call and in
spect. 34 Chaplain Lane.
,, Time To Get Ready For
Ficparations arc tciiiR made to serve you here. Order your
PIES nrtd Other TABLE DELICACIES NOW. Select from tins list:
MINCE, P.UMPKIN, SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, nnd PLUM
' ' "' . PALM CAFE - .
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
Alexander Young Hotel
Our Parcel Delivery passes your door twice a day.
EIJ? V.lt B &j BWa Ilia
Ew yjjr HM Wu ma n n
$1 a Year
M. E. Silva's Embalming Room Js tho hest; in fact, the only one
of its kind in this city and county with modern ideas pertaining to tho
care of the dead.
OUR PHONE NUMBERS:
Ofllce ,...1170 House ..S514
Assistant Undntnkcr and Embalmer. ..Jacob Oulcnslcin, rhone 31G0
. E. SI
34 Chaplain Lane, Opposite Catholic Sisters
AVlcltiro npppnrs (in ptiKo elulit
of the I'miccM Kalnnlnnnolu,
tfho In coimlilcretl (1110 of tlio
muHt li'uutirul nml ii'Kiil n
mri) of Honolulu.. Ttiu 1'rln
I'm tia not liui'n entertain
Iiib nnicli uf latu, or necciilliiR niatiy
In vtlntloiiM un account (if tho mother.
Tlio TrlmcH'i may not even accom
lianyliiR licr husband to WiikIiIiirKiii.
I). C, on tills nccuimt. Her mother
H liniinnlhK In health, and It In tci
ho hoped that liy January, lliero
ulll lie no lllnoJH In that charming
An Important Function on Wednesday
The chief rocloty event for'nutj
week ho tho neddlng (if MIm Ada'
Ithodeii to Mr. William VMIamoii.
Thin will ho a borne wedding, hut not
11 large affair n only about two bun
dled Invitations haw been Untied. Dr.
llodgltm will net as best man. The
color scheme fur the n'ffalr will bo
Hhik, tho only bridal attendant, MIhs
Irene Dickson, will be nttlred In tbl
color. Klnliornto details are being
planned for this wedding, but as all
U10 arrntiKcmcnts are to como In tho
linturo of 11 surprise, tho details can
not bo divulged, but will bo given In
tho BOclal columns next week. Mis
Rhodes Is one of tho prettiest girls
In Honolulu, nnd will mako a beantl
ftil bride her wedding gown Is 'a
dream, and her trosseau js very elab
orato. As she Is to rosldo In Hono
lulu nftcr her marriage, tho Btnart
net o fthls city will have opportunities
or seeing her numerous and bountiful
gowns, nt social functions. The fol
lowing engraved Invitation havo been
received through tho mall
Miss Maria Char1- !
requests tho honor of jcu" '"esenco
at the mnrrlago of her o
Ada Tree Rhodes
Wednesday evening, Nov. sixteenth
nineteen hundred and ten
at half after eight o'clock
1517 N'uuamt Avenuo
nflor December tho fifth
1517 Nuuanu Avenuo
Mrs. George Cleveland Dowen Enter
A breakfast was civ en Baturdav
from half after cloven to two In IhY,
afternoon by Mrs. llowon at her pret
ty -homo nt l"or(. Slmfler. This affair
was given In honor of the ring benr
nnu power girls mat participated at
tho hostesses' wedding. The children
1 calling nt Kurt Shatter wero'nlso in
eluded In tliis entertainment, tho (to
talis were extremely beautiful and
oilglnal. Tho table at which tho
breakfast was scrvod was entirely
covered with graceful fronds of maid
on hair ferns, concealing tho cloth, in
tlio renter vvas arranged a largo oval
pond, banked with moss nnd groens.
I.lvo gold fish swam midst coral and
Itlly puis, and tho delicate pink wa
ter lllllcs, were io cleverly arranged
that they looked as If thoy were grow
I n 1, and exhaled a delicious fragrance
On tho lllly pads wero'placod minia
ture, Imitation frogs and turtles. Tlio
place cards wero hand painted fish,
which wero tlio hand work of tho
dainty hostess. At each placo was
found a small fishing rod, with a lino
attached to It, at the end of tho line,
concealed In tho center pleco was n
fish, filled with candy. One can iuiag
Ino (he pleasuro of tho little, ones,
when they wero told to fish with these
linns, and then discovered tho dainty
trophy. After tho breakfast numer
ous games wero Indulged In, nnd
pleasant afternoon was spent. Among
the llttlo guests wero Miss niindn
Hallcnlyne, Miss Alice Campbell, Miss
nilso 1'hllllin, Miss Margaret Phillips.
.Miss Kalherlne Kennedy. Miss Flor
ence Kstes unl Mr. Chorion Chapman.
Captain and Mrs. Lewerenx's Dinner.
Cnptaln ami Mrs. Lcwerenx of tlio!
Navy entertained at a brldco dinner.
Wcdnesd.iy evening, In honor of Ad-1
iuii. 11 111111 .tun, vjurwin. 1. jices. 1 iiu
Admiral and ills charming wlfo are
duvolees to tlili gamo and piny an
exceptionally flno gamo. On Wednes
day evening, dinner was served at
seven nnd tho host and hostess and
their guests, sat down to a tablo frag
rant with I.a Franco roses. Tho ar
rangement of theso flowers wero ex
ceptionally beautiful, the placo cards
wero linnd painted messenger boys.
Theso cards wero extremely nppropii
nto as tho guests of honor lenvo In
December for the mainland. Among
those present woro: Cnptaln and Mrs.
I.oworcnz, Admlrnl nnd Mrs. Cornln
I Ilees, Cnptaln nnd Miss Arthur Ma
rK, Cnptaln and Mrs. Frederick nam
soy Miss Kathorlno Stephens and
I.leut. Sahm of tlio Navy. 1
Tho engngoment has been announc
ed. of I.leut. Albert Roes to Miss Jen
nie I.co, who Is a society girl of flan
I'rnnolsro, This young naval ofnrdr
wus stationed on tho U, S. S. Tonnes
seo when tho Pacific Fleet was In port
and Is well known In Honolulu.
Last Sunday, ns usual, n largo num
ber motored to Hnlclwa for luncheon,
whllo mnny of tho new offlcerH from
Idlehua rodo down for n swim nnd
lunch. . tJ.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel Streets
NOW IN PROGRESS
The Greatest Sale in the history
of Honolulu of High-Grade-Goods
Half of the $60,000 Stock of tYee
Chan Cos Merchandise is. being
sold at prices that startle all com
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Below we quote a few prices to give you nn idea how
this stock is being sold: j . ,
MEN'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ' ' W"1 .'
Hundreds of strictly man-tailored suits; all of
the season's latest styles, including cashmere,
worsted, tweeds, black and blue, otc,
Value, $15.00 13.50 10.00 7.50 5.00
Now, $ 8.50 7,50 6.00 4.50 2.50
A f .
Men's Fancy Half Hose, worth 20 cts, pair, now
75 cts, per Box of 6 pairs.
GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS, GIWGHAMS.'
Sold in every city in tho U, S, for 10 cts. per
yard, as long as they last 1 5 yards for $1 .00. '
UNDERWEAR ALL SIZES. " "
All Men's Underwear formerly, 50 cts each, now
ihreo Garments for $1.00. ,
Do not miss this sale if you value money. Never be
fore, never again, will such matchless values be offered
in Honolulu. We are overstocked and must make room.
The low prices at which we iare selling: High-Class, mer
chandise should induce you to lay in one year,' supplies.
STACKS. OF REMNANT GOODS AT REMARKABLE "
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corier King and Bethel Streets.
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35o now 25c yd. k 30c now 20b yd.
Big lines of dress floods and trimmings selling
at low'prlces to mdkc room for our coming stock
of HOLIDAY GOODS. ' 'aUwvtl'rA
Hotel St., near Fort
Nasai Cdtarrli . .
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Get rid of it quickly by nsin t f t (,
With Nasal Douche Quick Actlou and Easy rAl
25 AND SO CENTS A BOTTLE V I
NASAL DOUCHE. 75 CENTS COMPLETE 'lSll
Benson,-Smith. & Co.,
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