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EVENING nULLnTIN, HONOLULU, T. II , SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1910.
Big Reductions In All
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Oripinnl cost and present value entirely disregarded. . Here
arc a few of the many bargains:
LADIES' CRAVEHETTE COATS
Hornier Prices... .S15.00 J17.H0 JIS.RO J20.00 $25.00 132.00
Bcduccd to 0.00 11.50 12.50 13.50 15.00 18.50
LADIES' RUBBERIZED COATS
rormerrrlcC8 S12.B0 $18.00 $17f5u $10.50 $20.00
Ecduccd to ; 7.50 0.00 10.50 10.00 11.50
f LADIES' P0NOEE AND CLOTH COATS
Iiormcr I'rlccs $10.50 $18 00 $25 00
Reduced to, 0.00 11.00 15.00
" LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
former l'rlcv8..$5.00 $G.50 $7.50 $9.00 $10.50 $12.50 $15.00
Reduced to.... 3.75 4 00 5.75 0 50 7.75 0.25 11.00
LADIES LINGERIE DRESSES
former Prices.. $5.00 $0.50 $8.00 $9.50 $12.50 $14.00 $22.60
Reduced to 3.50 5 00 0.00 G.50 7.50 8.50 10.00
LADIES' MESSALINE DRESSES
former Prices. ( $25.00 $j0.UO $25.00
Reduced to, 18.00 21.00 25.00
Turmcr Prices $1.75 $2,00 $2.25 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50
Reduced to 1.23 1.50 1.75 1.00 2.25 2.50
GIRLS' DRESSES, White aid Colored BIG REDUCTION SALE
""WORT STREET, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH
An Ideal Xmas Present
Just the thing for father, mother, brother, sister, relative
or friend something that fits any library or any purse.
The Globe-Wernicke "Elastic" Bookcase encourages
good reading and the collecting of good books. It's the
corner stone of a good library and a higher education.
The original and only perfect sectional bookcase made
and sold at the lowest price. Call and examine our stock
now vyhHo the assortment is complete.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sowall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott fc Co,, San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
vGBINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLES)
Neuinan Clook Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Oo.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
Mrt, Hagent Luncheon.
NjTho Honolulu Couutiy Club formed
n ''Sotting for n beautifully iiiHilntul
luilclicun Wednesday when Mrs J 1.
M).UaR0iiB cntcrtiilncil complimentary
Cto?Mrs. William Wllll.tmsoti. This
iiijii.-iii'uii nun uno ui mo musi. ueuuii
fill nffnlrg that 1ms been on or given
In Honolulu. The color scheme for
the affair was red and green Christ
inns berries wcro used throughout
thu ptctty clubhouse, combined with
palms mill iroltcd jilints The nluo
guests wcro Rented al ii Inrgo clrcu
l.ir table, u fancy wicker basket orna
mented tlui center of tlio tuble This
basket uus tilled with red bcrrlrs and
Inco, ferns. Tlio place cards were In
dicative) of the approaching Christmas
holiday season mid wcro nocl and
unliiic. The hostess on this occasion
looked stunning In n Paris frock of
blue ollo mcr satin, with it picture,
hat 'to match. Mrs William William.
Bon wore u Now York creation of
I fli.lilln lilt, ft nltllTfln fti.tr. f utiiirv f.f.1
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jorcd satin, with u largo Paris hat.
(Mrs. Decker was clad In u black
JChnntllly luco robe Mrs. Maxwell's
gown was n lingerie, beautifully cm-
j broldcred with u coat of baby Irish
crochet. Among tho guests present
were Mrs William Williamson, Mrs
Max well of Han Francisco, Mrs Prank
Itlihardsnn, Mrs. Decker of San Fran
cisco, Mrs J Morton Itlggs, Mrs
Henry Afong, Mrs James Dougherty
and Mrs. I'rcdcrlck Damon.
Mr. mid .Mr, lllnilcs' Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. lllndca of San Fran
cisco, who liavo been staying at tlio
Mo.ma Hotel, Kino an elaborate lolct
dinner Tuesday evening In honor of
Mr. nnd MrB. Walter Francis Dilling
ham, Tlio Inrgo circular tablo at
which tho guests wcro seated was
massed with purplo lolets. Tho
fimirfl for tho dinner wcro Inrgo
enrsngo bouquetH for tho women and
botitoniilcrcH of violets were arranged
for tho men Mrs lllndca looked ex
tremely hnndsomo in n Paris gown of
white Mrs Walter Dillingham look
ed stunning in u jetted black chiffon
oer satin After dinner tho hostess
and guests played bridge.
Mrs. Charles Smith arrhcil on tho
Sierra to spend tho Christmas boll
dns with her mother, Mrs. Jane Mc
Corrlston. It Is four years slncoMrs.
Smith left here and llko all other Is
land women, Is charmed at being
home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Patterson wcro
nUo home coming passengers, Mrs
Patterson coming to lslt with her
mother, MrB. Fanny I .mo. Honolulu
extends both of theso Island women
a hearty welcome.
Mr. mid Mrs. Ilillsou and their son,
Mnrcus, hnvo taken apartments nt
tho Donna. This family liotol bo
comes nioio popular nil tho t lino. Tho
atmosphere of this hoiiso Is a homey
ono, henco Its popularity.
Mr John Sprcckels has purrhiscd
n Inrgo nnd palatial yacht, recently
This crnft formerly 'belonged in n
New York millionaire who recently
Ileal Tho "Venetian" is considered
ono of tho fastest and most seaworthy
jnchts In America. Mr. Sprcckels Is
planning tu entertain oxtcns'cly on
bo-ird. For this winter, ho has linlt
cd n party of ten to tnko the trip to
South America with Mm. wl.in they
will Blop ut nil points of Interest
Sunday Governor nnd Mrs. Walter
rronr cnteitalned ton of their friends
nt breakfast. "Arcuda," tho town
homo of tho Gocrnor, looked beauti
ful on thlB occnslon. Tho long break
fast tablo was exquisitely decorated
with lluwnlluti fruits unil arlgatcd
DOINGS OF THE
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hamilton and their
sou Mr. A. Hamilton, aic visiting Ma
jor nnd Mrs. Samuel Dunning nt their
homo at Fort Shatter. Mr Hamilton,
Sr Is Collector or Internal Itevenuo
In San Francisco. These guests will
visit In Honolulu until the twcnt
third of this month when they will
sail for their homo In San Fruncstu
Mr nml Mrs. Da of Ilolsc. Id iho,
left Wednesday, on the Skrrn, for tho
imilnlinil after spending a month ntt
tho Moan a Hotel. Mr Diy and his
brother hnvo recent! bought tho l'orl-
land Hotel. Mr. Day has the distinc
tion of possessing ono of tho largest
gold mines In tho woild
MUn l,il.l flrpnir n iMimilnr Mitltirf
Buclcty girl of San Francisco, arrived
on tho China Moudnv, and Is tho,
Burnt of Major and Mrs Dunulim.
Miss (licgg Is u tall, stunning dcml
bloiulc. It is needless to say that shu
Is thu cneenthe for much entertain
The Army women whoo husband
are stationed nt Fort Shatter, Fort
Ituger, Fort Do Hussy ami Schnflohl
Ilarrncks, are organizing nn Army
Hridgo Club Tho first meeting will
tnko place at I. lent. Colonel and Mrs.
l'aj Mill's homo on Green street, Mon
Mrs Newell nnd oung son, of Min
neapolis, hnvo taken apartments nt
'Iho Young Hotel. Mrs Newell Is ono
of tho handsomest wonun that Inn
ocr visited In tho Islands. She nnd
her husband and young child visited
In Honolulu two vcnrB ugo.
Mrs G II. Flanders of Portland,
Oregon, presented u gift of $10,000 to
tho Good Samaritan Hospital of Port
laud Mrs Flanders Is tho mother of
MrB John l.lllngor of this city. At pro
sent Mrs l.ningcr nnd her family
aro visiting their relatives In Port
laud Tho officers of tho U S. S, Thetis
gave ii stag luncheon on board ship
Tuesday, to n number of their Intl
male friends. This ship sailed for
Hawaii at da) light, Wednesday morn
ing, but will return to Honolulu In
tlmo for Christmas, when tnev will
bo extensively cntei tallied liv tlnl
frlcnds. Tlio Gustav Sclincfcrs nro receiv
ing tho congratulations of tho new
nrrlval of n nlnot find thrco qinrler
pound daughter Mmnd Mrs. Scliae
fcr nro nmong tho most popul ir mar.
rlcd couples belonging to Urn jomu
It is rumored that Captain and Fstcs
l to bo ordered to a commissary do
t All In tho States It Is to bo hoped
that this is not true, for although tho
gillant Captain and Ills charming wlfu
hnvo been In Honolulu for n short
time, they hnvo endeured themselves
to many resident of this city, by their
After n pleasant visit to Iho coast,
Mrs. Pardee, mother of Lieut. Pardee,
of tho 20th Infantry, returned from
tho coast ou tho transport Logan, to
her homo at Fort Shatter.
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Hobo hnvo
rented tho John Gulrd bungalow ut
Captain Howell, U. S, InsrCctor of
Hulls, la on , Hawaii on business.
(Additional Social on Page 8.)
We offer a stock of elegant
Fancy Boxes of
Others filled with delicious CANDY and GUN
THER'S FRUIT GLACE.
SUPERIOR PASTRY for CHRISTMAS.
GERMAN HONEY CAKE, PEPPERNUTS, MATZ
PAN, PIES and CAKES, TREE ORNAMENTS, TIN
SEL AND BON B0NS FROM PARIS.
Remember the Palm Test is "The Best."
For eating, drinking; nnd cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
. 5 f"fr:
Uig1stin.il U. 8 Patent Offlco
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb tins
Hukcr's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb cakes
German's Sweet Cliocolatc,
1-1 lb cakes
for S.I. by Leading Oroctr. In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A.
S3 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
Assured of courteous treatment
A Box of Cigars or
FOR HIM FOR CHRISTMAS
"We know His Favorite Brand."
Nl. A. Gunst & Co.
"The House of Staples."
Uxclusho rlRlits for tlio Territory
iif Hnwnll or tlio U. 8 for nmniifuc
turlni; tlio Hcnciir Alfiorolm Mill nro
for nnlo, or Mr. Honour will boII col)
tiollliiR Htock In tlio Ilciicir Co, Mil ,
wlitcli holds Miluiililo patents in tl o
United BtutcH nnd Mexico Call or
ii'lilrctis C. W Hcne.ir, HOI Kmmn St ,
Honolulu , who will va full p.irtlt
ulnrs uiul cxplnnutloiiB.
g9"For Rent" cards on Mia t
St Bulletin ntfle.
BETTER ORDER THAT
BET0RE THE 0HER FELLOW
Wc will have tome of the same strain we sold at Thanks
giving time. There was nothinu wrong about them.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors TELEPHONE 1814
NN0UNCE the receiving of another larcjc shipment of holiday furniture, which
has heen conveniently arranged on our first floor, so that the best possible
advantages are offered for the selection of an
Ideal Christinas Gift
For the Home
There are pieces for every requirement. The price range make possible the selec
tion of gift furniture representing expenditures from $1.50 and upwards.
All furniture selected for gifts will be delivered when desired.
For Ker For Him For the Little
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