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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 21, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVBNINQ .BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1911.
Hpl-IK ABA DIl? FIIKNCI-I PROCESS for Dry Cleaning of
- Men and Women's Outer Garments .successfully re
stores the article, no matter how delicate, to its original
Gloves and Laces Cleaned
J. ABADIE, Proprietor
777 King St-
pO I it gjm
(iinitml Is already broken for u
iuljiiliiiiti.il ri'Hhlciuo on the torner
nf Nun. mil iixcniiH 11111I Vj lli" street
for Mr (liistnv i: . Si h.u-fer The
luitifip 11l.it KierH n R.u'i about
ilt-plKht fei't utile mill llfty-si'M'ii
fn't ilee 1 1, ultli Hii.u'loua l.iualH ami
will bo a suite (if ronnm nlt)-seien
feet loiiK ncrusH tlio front, lomprlslni;
living room, hall, it Mil iik room and
hirnkfiiHt latial, with a den ami ox
tLiiHhi' iMillnar) ilepartniiMit In the
leal HpailmtH IikI mourn, ilieHHlnK
rooms and h.ith rooms, with linen
ami store rooms, oi'iupy the second
storj '1 ho lintisu Is from the iIcsIku
of I! A I' N'eucumb, anil Mils fair
to bo an ornament to that part of
the city, with Its sitting or tine trees
Mr ami Mrs P A Sobnefcr are
Imtlc ciiilu'r It will ho a line i- loruiaaie 111 hri-puiK ini'ir cniiiiri'ii in
ample of the open timber anil cement tin lr neighborhood With their own
wink of the llfteentli itntuiy Therehne bouse and grounds mill the houses
of Mr anil .Mrs. J. V. Wnldron, Sir.
and Mrs Alfred Castle, anil the new
home of Mr and Mrs. (lustaf 11
Schnefer, the well-known hospitality
of the family wilt make this a ory
attrartUn section to society.
Deglnnlng In November and contin
uing through the winter season, Mrs
Krancls Mills Swanzy, Mrs. (lerrlt
Wilder, Mrs. Itlcbanl hers ami Mrs
Itiiuuey Scott will tecelu at their
lespettlvu homes on the llrnt Monday
of each month.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf flrmiilhommn
gale a pretty little dinner at Uonoapo,
Closing -Out Sale
All Goods must be sold by January 1st. Goods all
New and Up-To-Date. Bargains Unprecedented.
TERMS CASH ONLY
NOTE THESE PRICES
Men's Suits, $6.00, $6.50, $7.00,
$7.50, $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $10.00
UU to $20.00 0
1 Boys" Suits, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, .
u $1.75, $2.00, $3.00, $3.75, $4.00 l
Men's Shirts, 50c, 75c $1.00, A
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 ' v
Cfi Ladies' Voile Skirts, $4.00, t
Ladies' Underskirts, 50c, 60c,
-' 75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Z
Lace Curtains, 55c, 77 Vic,
D $1,1212, $1.30, $1.75,$2.15, $3.00, U
0 Towels, perdoz., 40c, 90c, $1.00, o
1 $1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50 u
0 Ladies' Hand Bags, $2.00, C
$2.25, $2.85, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50,
Ladies' Sateen and Taf-
feta Skirts, $1.50, $1.75, $2,
yj $2.50, $3.50
Men's 1-2 Hose, $1.00, $1.50, W
Q $2.00, $2.50, $3, $3.50 per dozen ' J
. Men's Undershirts, 20c, 25c,
J 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1 T
Ladies' Drawers, 40c, 50c, m
u 55c, 75c, $1.00 PJ
L,. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Kati, Saturday last In honor of the I
birthday of the host Tlmio lnlloil
were Mr. anil Mrs. Fritz Sobluiann,
Mr, and Mrs. "Jack" Howes, .Mr. Al
bert do la Nux, Mr Qlbbs, Mr. Haen
Ish. Chinese lanterns, palms and
flowers made the lanals attractive) and
many old songs were sung of the
Mr. Percy Cleghorn and bis mother
will sail on Sunday on the steamer
Mongolia for California, whero the
former will be married to Miss Helen
Hough of Stockton on October IGtli.
Madam Cleghorn may not return to
the Islands until the llrnt of the year.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Jaeger, who
have been In California for the past
four months, returned to Honolulu on
the last Wllhelinlnn. While on the
mainland they spent most of their
time motoring through California and
Mr. (Ionian, the Scotch engineer of
Hutchinson plantation, hai been very
III and Munager mid Mrs. Woltcrs had
him removed to the plantation bouse
nt N'aalehu, where ho Is receiving ov
ery attention und rapidly recovering.
Madam Ilruucltorst, the handsome
sister of Manager Dull of Wulpuhu,
is thoroughly enjoying Iter visit In
tbo Islunds and cannot speak highly
enough of our natural scenery.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Karrlngton,
who left this month on the Honolulnn,
are expected to return In about three
weeks. Mr. Farrlngton went to the
coast on a business trip.
Captain nnd Mrs. C. Sidney Halght
of Schollcld Ilarrncks were In town
Wednesday to meet friends on tho
China They were registered at tho
Alexander Young Hotel.
Mrs. Hrnest Waterhottso bni been
qulto 111 with la grlppo for the past
ten days nnd has been con lined to her
home until Thursday of this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Jcnott Uiw
rcy are expected ,to urrlvo home Moil
day. They huve been enoiug a six
months' sojourn abroad.
Lady llerron has been spending tho
summer nt Wnlpahu plantation during
tho absence of Mr. and Mrs. Danford
nt tbo coast.
Tho bridge party that Mrs. W. W.
North was to hao given on Tuesday
of this week for Mrs. 13. C. Drown was
Mrs. Clifford Kimball spont Thurs
day nnd Friday In town with her
mother nnd father, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mrs. F. MiStocker Iiub been qulto
III with dengue fmer. and has beon
cunllned to her homo on I.uimlllo
Judge and Mrs gulden Kingsbury
of Maul will spmul the Christmas
ImlldiDS with Mr. and Mrs. I. Ttniuiy
Tho lion. Krnest Mott-Smlth, llr
Shepherd and party uro louring the
Island of Hawaii.
Mr Arnumunn of Wnlpahu planta
tion Is a guest of tho Graodhomes on
The rnnnit-llie-unrlil tnurlnir steam
ship Cleveland will sail from New
York on Its second trip nround tho
globe. It Is figured that the vessel
will arrive, at Honolulu on or about
January 21. Tho Cleveland ItaB visit
ed this port twice, but both calls were
made within n few weeks of each
other tin tho first round-the-world trip
when tho ship called hero on her way
to San Francisco, where her passon
gcrs took overland trulns across the
continent, nnd ugafn when on tho ro
tum voyage to the Orient with u new-
list of tourists.
l)r. Hough will be one of the Cleve
land's passengers and tho local l'ro
nuiiinn rvimnilttAA litis arranged with
the doctor to give a Berles of lectin es
on Haw ult Willie en rouie.
NOVEMBER 10 SLATED
FOR NEXT ARBOR DAY
November 10 Is subject to tho np-
lii oul of Oovernnr Ficar, slated for
Arbnr day this year. Superintendent
of IMncatlon Willis T. Pope Is mak
ing all tho arrungomonts and tho
board of iiErlculturo nnd forestry Is
to donato tho trees as beforo.
They will bo Bent to each Island
whero they will be distributed from
some central point, the board or ouu-
catlmi paying tho transportation. Tho
trees to be planted nro iron woou,
thrco sneclcs of eucalyptus, golden
Blum or, pink shower, pink and wiuie
Blinder, polnclana, yellow polnclana.
Jacaranda, grevlllea (silky oak), Cyp
rus and California pepper trees.
r" r b y
Go Tonight and Hear
Lucia Lottie Collins
Direct From London Mualo Hatlt
Tho mil uehe ibiirni of bir olro Is
"Will He Answer Goo Goo"
CIRRATHHT ATTRACTION IN
Princo of Ventriloquists, and His
But Don't Miss Lucia Lottie Collins!
PROGRAM CHANGED TONIGHT
Don't Fail to See
IMuratPil ilog with human Intelli
gence. The two form entire troupe
ei.r.vr.unsT op doh acth
Iiilroiliiciil hy Mlclmtl llrahiim, the
uthtr mi inher of the troupe.
A NOVELTY ACT
Singing Popular Songs, with Applause
Early and Eitch
California Singers, In New Selections
A CATCHY HII.M
NEW MOTION PICTURE8
Maunakea, One Block from Hotel 8treet
WHERE THE BEST SHOW IS
Presenting the Dance That Made
"Little Egypt" Famous
4-Feature Films 4
The Latest in Moving-Picture Art
The Most Pleasing Act Ever 8een in
Special Attention to Ladies and
The Ilnwnllnn-Jnnanese Annual for
this year lias juBt beon Issued by the
lawall Shlnpo and Is by fur an im
rowmiint oer nny previously Is
sued Nearly a hundred excellent II-
I. ......... I I..l... !....! ..fntpu Tim
IlilHI illlMim llCl!i;i IUI.HI .IM,H. . ..v.
publication ought to bo popular with
tbo JupaneBo throughout wo -lerri-tory,
TWO OAMU3 - - TWO QAMKS
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22
1:30 J. A. C. vs. HAWAII8
3i30 STARS vs. P. A. C.
Pric 35o, 25c. 15c, 10o
Iloservi'il Seats for center nnd wings
o( grandstand cun be bool.ed at K. O.
Hall & Hou's spurting ilepurtment. En
trance, King street.
Tickets on sale nt H. A. Ounsfa
Cigar Storu from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 a. m. HunUay.
WHITNEY & MARSH
A host of NQVELTIES have
arrived this week in almost
For Ladies and Children .
In Tailored effects, Marquis
ettes and Lawns, High and
New Redfern Models
84 King Street
Has Just Opened
Carrying a Complete Line of
Everything New and Up-to-Date
See Our Window Display
84 KING ST.
Opp. The Grill M. P. MATTOS Mgr.
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