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The Popular Store
Novelties Pouring In By Every Seajner
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Great Preparations for This Season's fojj(ay Trade
A Host Of Beautiful Merchandise ex Lurline
npHE whole of our holiday lines have not yet arrived, but the snappy
styles and values here already are winning trade for our store every
d ay. We take pleasure in announcing the following new arrivals :
Ready-to-Wear Department '
Advanced styles in Lingerie Dresses. We have these in every sixc from 3 to 44.
These came. by express in response to a cable order, and are what a leading manutac
turcs is making for next season they're just as new as 5 th Avenue will show next spring.
See our window. The values are Ai and range in price as follows: $17.50
$24.00,' $32.50, $35.00 and $37.50 ALTERATIONS FREE.
FALL STYLES IN MILLINERY
We have just opened a choice line of Pattern
Hats, reasonable price and exceedingly stylish.
New Capes again by Lurline, all colors, at prices
wonderfully cheap. Style and economy here.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS!
Trem endous large .-stock of New Ribbons bought from the makers direct. Novelty
Persia 11 Ribbons Sash Ribbons in Floral and New iMaids, Hair Ribbons in Tafl'etta
and So. tin every width. You can't go wrong by coming to JORDAN'S for Ribbons
OUR PIANO CONTEST
This Great Contest is growing more pppular
every day. Many of our customers are trying
hard to get the Magnificent Piano as here
So me one will win. Who is it going to be?
buyer to a
It i wjrth tryinir for. Save your Coupons. We want it distinct
ly unhntJjl that our employees under nof circumstances are
"allo,v;l any interest directly or indirectly. Please fill in your
6vn C j upon? and place them in the Uallot Hox at the store.
Tiie names of $fre Firs Six Leaders will foe
published Next Saturday in Evening Bulletin.
At our September Sale
we did a very big Um
brella business. Wc
picked up another line
even cheaper. These
will sell quickly.
$1,50 values for 95C
$2,00 Values in Ladies'
or Gentlemen's Um
brellas at $l,3t$
Other qualities right
up 10 $15.00
Social Values in New Domestics, Pillow Slips am! Sie$ts just opened
Our Thanksgiving Sale, of Linens will continue until tfie 23d of November
HAWAII GAVE KUHIO BIG VOTE
liiilnnliinaiilc, J. K It. I00S
Mt Candles, I- 1 1). IM
Notley. 0. K II. It. 185
Fernandez, A. , It. "12
IIcmIII, (loo. ('. It. 002
l.nwl, John (1 II. It. 379
MiiI.i-I.iiii, It. II. I) mill ll. It. 078
Motrgcr, Dclbert K I). 613
Afi'tinsu, it, r. it; tis
Cumpbell, Win. K I). 357
llulr, John Puha It. -CIS
Knhuenn, Win. 7. II. II. 159
Kiilnii, Iird G II. It. ir.r.
Kauahlpniila, W. N II. It. 202
Kcaklllhau, Joseph It. H. SIS
Kenluwnn, M. K I). M
Kclckolli). II. II I.' ' 525
Kcpoo, Jim M 1). 349
.Mwiliailll, J. W. TC. . It. G3
Niilcllchau, T. N IX. 305
Hlrkiird, II. H It. C91
SM'OVISOltSj 1 , .
llnalirn, 8. II. . II. II. 110
l.jinaii, '. K. . It. . 205
Ailslln, I!. II v.... It. 318
Irwin, Archer D. i 2S0
Kcnkl, Samuel K I). ' 2U
l.fHls, James II It. 337
P.ichcco, M. 8 If. It. 313
Todd, W A ll.lt. 23B
Perez, Joseph, Jr I). 1J2
Prltchard, Joseph It. lit!
Purdy, illhim II. It. - 148
Kcolnnul, W. M II. It. 013
Pun, HaniM-l K It. 938'
Kwallko, David K D. x 382
llapal, A. A II.'H.. 483'
Kfll, Jnlili K , It. - CIO
Kakae, Jolin 1. . ,191
Jliigiilre, t'.'K I). ' v 904
ATTOHMIVi . ; a
Heirs, Wlll.im II II. 1015
Irwin. Unrry U."1 483
Lnlukoa, T K ?TlPlt. 420
Richardson, Ooorgo J a).' 405
Swulii, Cluis. II It. COO
Do Mello, M. O D.
llolstrln, II J.It.
Kn, Charles 1).
Kanllio, II. M O.
Knolil, J. K It. It.
Katiplko. David K It.
Kiiiw'iii'lil, Henry I .':... II. II.
3Inl.f1.Mi, .M. k". It.
Martin. I II. 8 II. rt.
Yale, .lull.m It II. It.
Heckle), Henry 1'. It.
Ilussoy, Joseph , I).
K.uilanln. Joel II. It.
Kalalwun, W. M I).
Koomoii, J, X II. It.
.Kmi" "up, S.inini'l It. V
f.ill " O. T. ,1). V
Former Mrs. Gillij; Aspires as
Honolulu tncloty pooplo
'i tic nihcntiires. In Japan I lived the
life of a native woman ami dressed
. I In their costume. In IJurmnh, an
. OYiurlnnrn f ohlnv.il nuul nf nit r
lliln.niiln.l l, II. A ..l,...lt.n. 1lnHl...1l ' '
.....v.;.. ... .,.- lu,.u...K 1-a.K.u..- wag u sRiilsed as a native woman
patch rceJiillne Mrs.'Oouraud, who, ami my face, arms nml hands were
wa Known local! as tho Wife of
Unrry UllUg. Mrs. Clonraud Inherit
ed much money from her father,
Charlen II. Crocker of California. Her
luushand, JnrkRon Couraud, who used
to help Her to "entertain people out
of tho ordinary society rut," died
uflor n hrlcf IIIiicfh In New York
last February. Her I'. rat husband,
whom nho divorced, was H. Porter
Ashe, rho California horseman; her
rccoiid hushand, whom sho divorced,
was Henry 11. Ollllg:
I'AKIS, Oct. S. Mrs. Jackfcon
flourai4, horn a Crocker, -of San
rruuriHt'u, nus itiiiiiu n new miuci
stained to their romploxlon. For
threo months I sold cigarette in a
public hazaar, assisted by three Ilur
meso young women whom 1 paid to
keep my secret.
"Only once was my dlsrulso peno-
tratcd." ontlnued Mis. (louraud
laughing at tho remembrance. "Then
a young English nulcor Invited nil
four of us cigarette sellers to a lit
tle dinner, lie watched mo closely,
suddenly left the room, returned
with a bowl of water and selzod
me. Ilcfore I realized what ho In
tended to do tho oung olllrer had
washed tho stain from my face. Oh
for her amazing activity; sho lias It was great fun!"
becomo nn author, "That ought to make a good sto-
Already sho lias written eight ry," said tho correspondent
rlioit fctorles whl'li oro on their way
lo Now York to ho published In book
form. Sho promises that other Bto
rlcs will follow' and that they will
"Itathor," Mis. (louraud agreed
and went on;
Three Davs in a Harem
"In India 1 lived for threo days
Eurcly surprise nml' perhaps dellghtln a MaharnJah'B harem where there
her rrjcinls1 w;io wii mm tnqmseives
portraed In thorn In very Ihlii dis
guise. Tho stories should bo -sufllclontly
lively. forMrs. (liuira'iid has found
ed them on wmo of t)io most enter
wore 300 women, I talked with
I hem and learned much of real life
In the harem, which Is vastly differ
ent from tho popular conception of
It. It was something of a surpilso
to find Bint these" women of tho
All. shades in SILKS ,for
fancy work just arrived.
in our Art Department,
talnlng Incidents In her own event-! harem, whom I had always pitied,
fill life. Hut sho disclaims any at- In their turn pltlod mo and all olhar
tompt nt autobiography; sho calls wpmeii whoso husbands lovo thoni
tho pretty tales "fantasles,".and that! fo llttlo as to pormlt other men to
I will bo tho title of the book. i look upon Ihelr faces.
"My cummer has beon lonely and "It was of this life In the East,
uneventful and has Included two so. Ha strango scenes, Its remarkable nil
Journs In tho hospltnl," said slm to, ventures, that I wished, to write,"
tho World correspondent. "I felt I Mm. aoiiiaud concludod, "If I am
must do Fomethlng to retain my In- en:otiraBed I shall dovoto moro of
torest In life, so I began to write.) my tlmo to writing of It. Hut 1
What I Jiayo dono may bo pretty, hope I shall Always have time to
bad from a literary point of view, gather delightful people around mo
but J havo tried to glvo Bomo of m.y and to devlso ways to ontortnln
Impressions rultUrully, and all tho( them out of tho ordinary society
btorles nro founded on fact, I assnro rut."
you." Mrs. Couraud, who Is still weak
Lif in Hie Fr at. n,tcr n rg:nl operation, wl)) leave
i Mj;a. fi on rami, ybom )io who for New York noxt month. ' Nut sho
onjoy llfo In New York must re- Intends to return to Paris, and has
member well, had rich material to taken nn apartment near tho Champ
draw upon, for she continued: y do Mais, She will furnish this
I -"Most of tho sloiles deal with life, apartment In Oriental style and lias
In Uio 1 Jr Fast, whern I passed ten ordered most of tho furnishings fiom
. OJiti uuii wueju i nun muuy ruiuuu' uiuuu,
a aj nn j
II McCAIL'S PATTERNS '
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"Ilnlo Nnnl," the benullful liiiim f
linn, and Ml. William llyiln Hire, win
on Wedneinlny iivenlnit, Oclnber 20,
the sctno of n cliariiiliift wedding When
the youngoiit ilnuiAilcr of tho family
beeiiini! the bride of Dr. lo l.loyJ
Kextiin of the United Hiatus Public
llealtli mill Marlnu Hnspltiil fleivlce.
Owing I" Or bVxIoii's Ktiddeu ultern
I Inn of ptiniH iii'vasHltatliiK' n ohiingM
of residence to llllo. Instead nt Hono
lulu, thn nrrangeliiPlllM fur the wed
ding hud to bit deviated froui,4estiH
Ing In u ipilet filially wtddlng In placo
of Ilia Inrgu one planned for tliu Inifjr
pjrl of November.
Promptly at R o'clock, to tho ntnilim
of tho ljihi'ligrln wedding march
pluyed Rwevtly by, Mr iPutman on
the violin, ftccunipaiiled by Mrj Her
mull llohrlg on tho .piano, four fair
little grnuddnuRlilors of Mr. anil Mrs.
ltlce enl"red tho Rpnclous drawing
room and formed an nlslo of whlto snt
In ribbons for tho bridal party.,
The brdr, whose blondp loveliness
was enhnnted by hrr beautiful fcown
rntrii of real biro, mid tho iecnni.
Ing bridal Nell caught with a wreath
of oraligo tilossoiiia, entered on tho
arm of her father, Hon, WIIIIjiii II,
ltlce, find was preceded by ber cousin,
Miss Alice Conke, jis majd of honor,
most beLumlugly gowiuid n 'whl(
(lilffon over satin with touches nf rare
lnco, and currying n shower bouquet
of largo pink carnations, only riua!-d
In loveliness by Hint cnrrled by the
Hide, of long-stemmed Minium Cochot
The bridal party proceeded through
tin- drawing rooms to whore, tho
groom, I)r, Leo l.loyd Sexton and Ills
best iiinti, Mr. Philip 1. ltlce, awaited
them under the beautiful marriage
bell of white asters and tulle, nml
wet-jo united In holy matrimony by tho
Ilcv. Huns lsenbcrg with tin; Imprcs
Hive luarrlngo sirvlco of the Lutheran
church. At tho dono of tho sorlco
tho young couplo turned to rccolvo
tho hearty congratulations and good
wishes of all the gathered relatives
and frlendi. The familiar but nono
the less beautiful' song, "Oh, Promlsu
Me," from ltobin Houd, by Do Koven,
was then rendered by Mrs. V, II. Hlco,
Jr., with tho accompaniment of violin
nml plnno. After tho reception a de
lightful repast was served at small
tables on tho largo Innnl and many
toasts drunk to tho ftituro happiness
and welfare of the young couplo. Dr.
Sexton Is carrying uway ono of I.I
Iiuo'h fairest daughters, but a warm
welcome awaits them In llllo, their
An account of this charming wed
ding would ho Incomplete without a
description of tho beautiful decora
tlons. the artistic work of Miss l.llllau
Paty of Honolulu, who Is visiting with
the Jtices. The color scheme chosen
for tho spacious drawing rooms was
whlto and green and most effectively
carried out with hanging baskets of
ferns and choice potted pnlms.and cut
flowers from Honolulu nml t.lhue. Tho
arches of tho largo, doors through
which tho bridal party passed wero
outlined In whlto (lowers and green
vines, tho room in which tho cere
mony was performed being dono en
tirely In white jaslulno and tho long
branches of tho grucoful nspnragus
sprengorl, and tho eocond drawing
room In white asters with bunks of
roses on mantles and book casca and
trailing asparagus on tho walls. A
great bank of pure whlto calla lilies
from tho I.uakaha homo of Mrs.
Charlos M. Cooko was a feature of
Thq dining room, connected with
tho drawing rooms by large sliding
doors, and daintily decorated In palo
yellow chrysanthemums and trailing
vines, nml tho largo lanat on which
tho wedding supper was sencd was
hung entirely In greou vines and"
hanging baskets of graceful Uoston
tern, and tho tables ouch held u bowl
of beautiful roses,
Tho wedding guests, amongst whom
wero many nephews lind nieces of the
bride, had tho pleasure at tho cloco of
thq supper of showering tho bridal
couplo "with handfuls of rlco as they
hastened uway to 'a watting automo
bile, I)r, and Mrs. Sexton Ieao Mhinj
Octobor 29, and after a few dayu In
Honolulu', will hasten on to Dr. !Jox
ton's now post in llllo.
The wedding gifts, as befitting such
a charming young couplo, woro num
erous nnd beautiful and consisted of
cut glass; silver, and cholco rugs anil
Amongst tho guests at tho wedding
wero Mr. and Mrs. Wllllum Hydu
lllce, Mrs. Charles M., Cooke, Itov. and
Mrs. Hans Isenhorg, Mrs, Margaret
Christ, Miss Alice Cooko, Mr. and Mrs.
II. I). Ualdwln, Mr. and Mrs. d. It.
Cooko, Mr. nnd Mrs, W. H. Itlco, sir,.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hlco, Mr. und
Mrs.' Herman Ilohilg, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Frank Ptitmnn, Mr. and Mrs. S. f,
Wilcox. Mr. O. N. Wilcox, Mr. and
Mrs. It. U WHcov, Mr, and Mrs.
Charles Wilcox, Mrs. W. II. Scott of
Herkeley, Mr. nnd Mrs. (laylord Wil
cox, .Miss Ulllan II, Paty, Mr. anil
Mrs. Arthur Hlco, Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Itlco of Maul, Mr. DoLacoy, Mr.
Phllp- Hlco, and eight grandchildren
of the hrldo's pnronts. Cardcn Island,
Hheep's milk to tho umount of 42,
207,000 quarts was consumed In
Fratfco Inst ypar In making Itoquefart
Wellinnn's kitty was one of tho In
teresting members of tho late lament
ed across the ocean balloon flight.
Tho innn who doss n lot or things m
siiro to do somo of Iheni right.
Only ono man In 208 Is over six foel
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