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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 26, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 14, Image 14',
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Our Annual Christmas Present for the
Children Has Just Arrived from Pkris
AND WILL BE EXHIBITED FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS IN OUR WINDOW
"Miss Dolly from Paris," ? !er "me nd"M.ade, cTplt
mm iim jLim mm i bm iiiiM JLb Wardrobe, all nicely packed in her large trunk,
came all the way from Paris to be given away to some nice little girl in Hawaii.
Coupons given with each 25c Purchase, beginning on Dec. 1st, and the holder of the greatest
number at 9 p.m. December 24th will be the recipient of this beautiful gift.
For Ladies and Children in
the latest shapes and matct ials
for Ladies ajul Gentlemen
Our Stock is replete with Useful and Beautiful
Articles from Europe and New York,
comprising among other tjiings : ,
For Ladies, Children and
OSr stock of
is nw complete
Beautiful French ideas and
colorings, no two alike, from
$1.25 to $25 each
A full assortment in
Silk te Lisle
Men's Silk Socks
A glance at our win
dow display will con
vince y u of l he ele
gance and quality of
Yon will find as
many s three different
widths f(imj'leh. Also
, Our Owjn Importation
and many Novel Creations
For Ladies, Gentlemen and
including die ever useful.,,
All Goods will Ve Nicely Boxed Free of charge
' lUilmsd.ij- Urldc (lull. I.Mih. Hloblc's guoslB tnrludcd Madam
IJcitiitlful prizes wore awarded at Ilalntcad, Mra I.orrln TluirHtiin, Mrs
tho Wednesday Ilrldgo Clab when Lackland. Mm frank Halstcait. Mrs
, they met thin week with Mrs Chap-1 Pearson, Mrs, MacCninnry, Mm 11 It
'man m Fori Hhnflor The pretty Iloldfnrd, Miss MneCiiinnrjr nnd' Mrs
orated with pnrplo Unlets Among
tllnso seated nt tablo were Mr. mid
Mis 0 II Howard, Mr. McKlm, Mr.
Humphrey, Mr C 1) Wright, Mr.
Untold Walker, Mr Iloscoo Porklns,
Mf, Iludgc, Mr. U i lino and othcia
Mr Jamoj Dougherty Is on n busl-
UVP? 11 If Uil Jlllll f.
home of Captain Chapman was cfab-
anilely decorated with jellow chrys-
' antliomums and potted palms Mrs,
Ward won tho first prize, a do-ten
' hand embroidered dollies; thu second
(prizo, a liaiidsomo cup and saucer,
was awarded Mrs. Frederick Itamscy.
. Among those present were Mosdamos
Chapman. Maflx. Ilobardi, llamsey,
J Smith, Turner, llste, l'ulnnm, Tails,
I Ward, Shecdj and Wilcox
JJlrs. Muhle's l!rdKf I.iiikIhoii.
I Mrij Charles Btoblo entertained at
an cnjojablo bridge lunrhcon which
i was given Tuesday afternoon at tho
Jjoiirtlnnd The attractive table was
iT'Tfeclholy deroraieil with pale
Vii null Ions, nud nspniiiKiis lno
Jlr. niiil .Mrs. iU Mocker's Dlnmr.
La France roses mnamented the
dlnnor tiiblo of Mr nnd Mrs Frank
McStockcr's table when they enter
tained at dinner Thursday evening,
complimentary to Judge and Mrs
Iltimplirejs, Covers were arranged
tor clg'u. Among those present be
side the host and hostess were Judgo
and Mrs Humphreys, Miss Julia Mc
S)o(kor, Miss I.jdlu MtStoclior, l.lcut.
1'urtons and Master McSlocker
'llu Malilnc hapu Club l.nlcrlalns.
The inembers of the Wnhlne Kapu
Club enlei tallied Tliuisdii) evening III
hnuoi or Mr nnd Mik Ceo II. Ilnwnid
.Mr. mill .11 rn.
Mr and Mrs Henry Frederick
Wlchiuan entertained Informally ciit
dinner Thursday at their beautiful
I homo on Klnau street Mott ot tie
gutjits Included joiing bachelors wjin
Nvfre far (mm homo, At the holldu)
se&jion this Is an old-llnio custom (qf
th host, to entertain his baehelyi
Mr.' and Mrs. JIurxN lilnurr.
Mr nnd Mrs Ilenjnmln Marx en
tertained nl dinner Thursday evening
I'lnk roues formed the central tablo
decorations, banked with maidenhair
fern Among the guests wero Mis
Williams, Mr and Mis Short, Mrs
Mcedliain, Miss Claire Wllllmus, Mlsa
lUhelwyn Custlo, Mlsi IMIth Wil
liams, ludge I'eiry, Mr lien Clnrlc
onuiiiicnted with pink carnations, '? tho table waa beautifully dec-.Ixjwrej nnd family, who luo been
si ending tho stimir.cr and uutuinn
months nt tlulr counlrv homo at
"Nlnlkii," will return Monday to their
town res'denco on tho corner ot I.u
nalllo nnd Victoria streets This
beautiful homo has been icnovutcd
and In Ihn hands of artlstle dciornt-
,viirs After Monday tho IiwroyB will
lake up a permanent reoldenco In
tnw'n, nnd bo at homo to their numer
ous filcndl '
Mm, Coli'ia in's I.untheini. '
At her I'ncll)c Heights irsliMco
Mrs Castln-Coleiltlin rnlortnlnefl at n
delightful luncheon. Tho cAlor schQipo
TAr tho nffatr was white, and green.
Tho gnestk wore se.ili.il at u clicular
table ornainontcd with n cehtofplecn
of Clun laco, will! dollICi tti match
Tlllln was tAmcd nt qnc o'clock, rind
a delicious repast was enjoved Among
thoso vresent wore Mrs. Clalro Wll-
Hams, Mrs. Meedhnm, Miss Castle,
I Miss Williams, Mrs Short, who Is tho
uousu guesi oi Mis iiepjaiiiiu autrx,
Mlsu Fdltli Williams and Mrs. Marx
Captain and Mrs Marlx ontcrtalned
at u family dinner patty Thanksgiv
Mr nnd Mis nieen, who nio t tip
lioil'o liuosff "tt iff" ntfil '3TrH."SWnWo
I'liljlljis, will leavo Tuesday for Ia-
wall Whllo on that Island they will
visit the crater of Kltaucn. Miss
(Ireen, lucoinpanlcd by bor father,
will Ic.ivo on tho next Bulling of tho
Wllhfilmlnu for hor homo In Han
Mr ll.irncs li on n nleasuro trip on
'Hawaii Ho spent. Thuiiksglvilig nt
tho olcapo. House.
, f , "
Mr anrT Mis, nocoiii4 anU''liJiistcr
Ilolconi will lcavoSiinday'on'1tiio Man,-.
M-iiiiiui mi tneir iiuino n rca.ijo
i ' t r '.
.Miss lew's Laun.'h and Eftrichcon
I Mlsa Mar) I.'pw' inVerta'llicd de
lightfully at n lMimcli''?p.lr'tyt " Tho
(lioness and1 lier 'sixteen ' (Jiicsts do
paitci) for J'Frl Harbor In qno of
Viimiir llintlicis' lamielii'v IhurFiliv
moinlug, uriivlng nt tho ponliibii'a
In I lino for luncheon This midday
lopabt wns served nt the' Robinson
home, 'the long tablo falrlj groan
ed vvth dollclnus viands, and full
Justice wns done them, for tho tilp
b tea bad whetted tho nppotltoT of
the linttofii niiil her quests, 'fho
table was deeointed In led pill,
gnu and led holly boi'rloi. After
tlllln a delightful cruise, was tnkeji
amongst tho lochs of I'eurl Harbor,
will h uro to ptiturcfinuo. Among
those who enjoyed Miss Low's hos
plta'lt) vvoio Miss Huu;ro(l. MS
I'.iisons, Mlsi (Julntan, Mr. Henley,
Mr. C.mtley, Mr. .laineson, Mr. Decrr, '
Mr Seiesole, Mr. Hell, Mrs Doll, Mr.
llajbeldcn, Mrs Hascldon, Miss
Captain and Mrs, KobariU' Dinner.
' 'Cittah!i and "Mis, Frank Hubards
ehtcrtnlncd ' nt dinner Thiirsday
evening nt their attractive liunga-.
jaw ai vvuikiki ueu cnruaiioiis
mid maldeiilinlr fern decorated tho
pretty ta)i)o, At the comers ?f this
lentrnl decoiiitlon wero placed tall
brass cuudlostl "'is ornamented with
red silk shades. Covors were ar
ranged for eight guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Plummci's Dinner.
Mr. and Mis, ll. n, I'lummcr en
tertained Thaiikt-Klvllig evening In
hmor nt Mr mid Mis, Ciiiumlus.
Mi. n)id Mrs, CummliiH nro prpnl
ient Oakland, California, people, and
nro sojrurnltig at tho Moaiia Hotel.
Mr, and Mrs, "Palmer's Sinner.
Tim rtmrtlnud Hotel undo n
he.iutJful. tettlnp,for- tUndluncr
Thursday evening' at which Mr. and
Mrs John lMlmcr presided ns, host
mid hosjQES. The tnblo was laylsh
ly decqrntcd wth jcllovv chrysan
themums anil xao rerns. , (Anl0I'B
thoso prcsont were Mr. and Mrs.
I'almer, Mrs. Hngens. Lt. nnd Mrs.
Willis. Miss I)kc. MUs Allcp Drown,
Miss Kokeh, Miss Neville and Mr.
Charles Fond McAtor. ' ,
Mr. and Mlsi Lewis' Clnner, t ,
Mr nnd Miss Lewis onlortalncil
Thursday nrenlng i)t Ihfj Mqahn, Ho-
tcl, .complimentary' to Mr. amiiMra.
Charles Chlll!ngor(i. Covcrflrworo
nrrango (or ton, tlio" color sqhoniM
for the affulp wns lod. After dlnnor
JliQ qung pooplo pnrtlclpntodi In tlio
hop, which was given at 'thoiMoana.
In Lommemoiatlon ot the holiday.
Captain and Mrs. Keetter's Dinner.
Lt. nnu Mrs. Morrison, Lt. WJntor
nnd Lt QuekQejcr wore; dinner
gucs's of Captain. mid Mra. Koostcr'a
on Tlinukjglvlng. (lay,
Among Lieutenant anil Mrs. Mar
ton's dinner guests on Thanksgiving
Day wero CnpJaln uind Mrs, qrton,
1 leu'oiinnt llplliwell nnd Lieutenant
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