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WW 12 FVENINQ BULLETIN,
HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1911.
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PRINCE AND PRINCESS OPEN
DOORS OF NEW WAIKIKI HOME
Till: Prlnre and 1'rlnrcSH Kn
Ijlilannolo will ,o IiiihI mid
IiiimIomm at a "limine vvnriiiini;
thin rvcnliii,- Their home nt
Walklkl h.lH llt'PH IhmniiKhl)
rcnnvnU-tl .mil In now nun of
llic moxt artistic 1111,1 liiMiitlfnl ti'Bl-ilom-pg
In Honolulu i:iBlit)-fl.
Knouts havo Iwon Itivllod 0 tho "m
BtipiK-r ihat will occur .it nix o'clock.
Tho lone tallies nro to ho nrraiiREii In
the new and coiiino,ll(iim dining mom.
Only the ron colora of .vedlovv vvlli
lie used In the onimneiil.il Ion o the
hemic. Plnineil rhr.vxnnlhcinnm vv?ll
piny :i prominent inrt In Ihfc ilecoi.i
tlvo Biheine. The supper Lihlcrf VIII
he limkcil with IIu-ho lloncrs. and
llor.il month or llliiin, Iwlneil wllh
m.illo will ho pniv hli'ii Tor e.icli cuei t
A ll.iw.ill.iu imlnii-t diih will .l.i ,in,
ship Hweet Hawaiian iiicIiiIIoh ilnrliiK
tho upper ;iii, will pi ij rr K. ,,nc
Inis, Hut will he enjoieil nfler the
Hipper. Tho Prince ami his eh.irm
li'K wife are linted fm Ihelr hospital
ity, nml all of thc-lr enleitaiiini- ills
prove n miiiu-e or eiijcmncni 'hH
evening!) rmicllon Is also In the n.i
Inro or ii "farewell," Tor the 1'illice
ami Princess nail on the oIkIiMi r
Nemher for the inilnliml Thc
are universal favorites ami (heir all
pence, nlvvajs creates a nu-l il void
thai Is keenly foil by the resident
of thN ell, rollonlnc N a list of
the uncut who will attend till notable
nodal event: ,
Colonel Sam I'arker, .Mr ami .Mrs
K W Shingle, Ml. anil Mrs t'nrl
Wldchi.ui, Mr, .iiiiI'Mi-h, L'IiiiiIoh r
(JlillllnKworth, Mr uml .Mrs A (i M
lloherlson, Mr ami Mrs John r Col
burn, Mr ami Mrs. .1 M )wsett
Mr. ami Mrs l,ons, Mis (.'has llooth,
Mrs. C.irrlo IIoIiIiifoii, Mm. .IoIiii
Paris. Jllas .Mary Utw, Mr. nml Mrs
lMwIn Kea, .Mr Krm-st Parker, Mi
CIihb. .Stlllmaiin, .Miss Cluiii I'liin
mltiB, Mr uml .Mrs .liihn Palmer. .Mr
ami Mrs 1'hcn l,ow, Mr uml .Mrs
John (' l.-iiu-, Mrs ,fo(in i:nn, Mr
C. A Cuter, .Mr uml Mis (JoqiRo
Heckle), .Mr ami Mis Walter M.ic-fuilani-,
the .Mlsi.es Colliuiu. Mrs Alice
llrovvn. Miss Ilernlio Cook. .Mr ifid
Mrs. Himiicl Parker Jr, Mr Jno T
MiCiosson, Mr Makiilnal, .Mr C A
1-oliK. Miss M WIiIIIiik, Mr. uml Airs
C. V. Ashrord. Mr ami Mrs V." A
Kinney, Captain uml Mrs M.iriv Mr
(riii-ml uml Mr. Mm h' I'lnnrr.
Mrs. Iljdc-Kiulth wus tho honoied
Riiest nt tho dinner Ihat was given
Weilnesclny evening by (leuoral and
Alls. Montgomery Maioinb at their
homo on Keoaiitnokii street. The
twelvo lovcis vveio marked by at
tractive guest lards Tho entire coloi
scheme for tho dinner was In jel
low. UiiiK-Rli'iniiicd -lirsiiiillieiniiiiiH
formed a distludivo part In the Dotal
ornamentation or tho tahlo Among
tho frlemls who partook of the litis
pllallty oT Ueneial ami Mrs. .Mont
gomer) M.uonih were Mrs lljde
Siallh. Mr and Mrs (Icrilt Wilder,
1'nptalti and Mrs Clifton C.urol Car
ter, Mr ami Mis Itlch ird Ivors, Mrs
Inhli 1'lllintt, Mr II 1 1 1--V?ni 1 1 h uml
the (leneral s aide, Llcutcnnnt An
dlewB Mr-. ('. Clilllluitiinrlli's llrtdiri- lea.
The so lal calendar for tho loinlng
week will be marked by u "bridge
te1 ' Hint is to be Riven bj tint wile
of Senator Charles ('hilllngunrth nt
their home on King street The
iiusplclous event Is belli); clveu In
honor of Prim ess Kulmiiaiiaole, nml
will ocelli on .Mnmlaj, Novenibci the
llr. and Mr-. IHIIIm-ham's llniise
Mr ami Mrs Walter DilliiiRlinm
(iitertuliied at a liouse party In honor
of I)r and Mrs KdvvnrdR The vveck-
ml parlv was Riven at the Waller
(IfTiirdx plate, wheio tho DlllliiRlimns
in- soJournlnR Among their riicsIh
were Mr and Mrs UeorRo Davles,
l)r and Mis I'tlvvnrilii, Mrs. ltluliaid
Ivirs. Mr II !.ilord and others.
Mr-. Mark' laiiicliiau.
Covers were laid for twelve at the
hrhlRc luncheon" that was given this
afternoon by Mrs Arthur Mailx at
her home on Klnmi street Tho color
silieme was jellmv and gioen l.-irge
clios.iutheiauuiB in the former shade,
combined with tropical preens, pro
duced it luindxomc dcmiutlou. After
paitakltiR of an elaborate luncheon,
the hostess ami her Riicsts repaired
to tho larRii seml.eircular lanal,
wheru tho icm.ilndoi of tho afternoon
was devoted to IhIiIru. Tho beautiful
Princess KalanlannoUi was the Incen
tive for tho affair Aiuoiir the other
Riiesls who wero bidden to tho affair
were Mrs Walter Cow leu, Mrs. Mont.
Romery M.uomb, Mrs Neville, Mrs.
Woolen, Mrs Alexander Davis, Mis,
Colriu.iii of llallliuore. Mrs, C. Wldo-
iiiiiii, .Mis, I'bcn l,ou, Mrs. Humphries
and .Mis Charles llryant Cooper.
MI- miliums' llluiier.
On the evening of November first
MlhS I'dlth Williams entertained at a
"Hose dinner" in honor or Mr. nml
Mrs llruio Oiirtvv right Jr. L'nch onn
nl tho ten lovers was designated by
place cards, ile-plttlng miniature hninl
palnted baskets lllled with roses
Quantities or pulo pink loses orna
mented tho table. The centerpiece
represented a low I'lench basket
lllled with pink Duihess loses. 1 he
willow rrnmowork of tho basket was
lomplolely concealed by Btr.u.iU of
smllax. Ki oin tho i-halidellcr wcro feR
tooiied streamers of pink and palo
blue silk tulle, caiiRht with u buttor
tly bow that ornamented tho handle
of the banket Tho favors and llow-
ers, I onlinus, lien, etc, etc., helped
carry out tho color scheme of pink
Aiuoiir Mlbs Williams' pilosis were
.Mr and Mrs Hi tiro CiirtwrlKht Jr,
Major uml Mrs I'dwiird Julius Tim-
berlnke, Mr mid Mrs. Harold Castlo,
Mlhs Ariics Walker, Mr. Andiows uml
Mr IM. Iledouiiinn.
NilRliliiirliecid HrlclRc Club.
OwIiir to tho Jnimtiesc hollcl.i.va
this week, tho NclRhhorhood llrldRO
Club bus been postponed for u week,
nml will ho entertained by Mis. Ar
Captain anil Mrs. (lame's Dinner.
A iiiterle of friends enjnved the
hospitality of Captain ami Mrs, (lame,
Thursday evening Their home on
Auupuul stleet was handsomely deco
rated In jellow chrysanthemums. A
profusion of these beautiful IIovvom
adorned tho dinner table. Aiuoiir
those present wcru Captain nml Mrs
(lunie, Mrs. Coleman of llnltlmore,
Captain and Mrs. Clifton Carrol Car
ter, Captain ami Mrs. Arthur Mark
mid Major lllakclcy or tho United
Slates At my.
Kt AtlltieU'M' f'.'itlin,l,Tit nn...i,lr, ..III
......... . Ill 1, ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,11, 1.1,1
he nil Inteieatlnir ntn fm tin- ,,r,n.
noon of (lie day piecedliiR ThanksRlv-
llll' -l-l.n ll.l.. r ..,, .,. ., l.
.-p.. ...u H-M-n l ,111 t III llllirfll
parish arc JoIiiIiir toRi-lher In one
hllRO fair, which Is to ho In the form
of a llaskct Koto. Many orlclnnl uml
chnriuliiK Ideas are beltiR planned to
tarry out the d.u tin- r,.ir lu ,-k,.i,
The Rroumls will be elaborately deco-
laieu ami roped olT, so that they will
be private. Tho Riillds from several
plates on the other Islands wilt be
icptc.scudd SI Andrew's Culltl will
lepresent a hllRO luncheon basket
filled with nil the delicious home
looked foods. Just ready for tho
ThanksRlvltiR tabic St Clement's
will bo a bountiful nsket of Hie must
carefully dressed dolls or every de-
scilptlou. There will bo doll clothes
of nil sires too, so that old dollies
may bn relltled with new clothes.
i;plphaiiy (iiilbl of Kiiimukl will
display a dainty basket or all that
beloiiRs to Hie life of tho modern
bah) hautl-mado clothes, coals, caps,
toys, toilet articles and many, many
oilier thliiKs. Thero will bo sensibly
nmcle Riirmeiils for obler cblblren as
well, 'llie Hawaiian (lullil are work
Iiir nut nlmilau basket which will ho
most lutorehtliiR. All kinds of wcll
nrenared Hawaiian roods, liiuhaiiln
and hcadwork ami other articles will
be found thcro.
St. Peter's Chlneso lntlloH will hiito
u Roneinl basket of all tho things
that will please their own people
dolls,, hand-work, Chinese food mid
St. i:il7uhcth'a will work nut a rent
Oriental tea basket. Thero will bo
litany articles, as well as lieiiiitlful
paper Honors, Tor salo at (Ills basket
The Junior Auxiliary will nmuso
tin- Utile folks with a Punch mid
Judy show, and nearby II will ho n
deep well of lemonade.
Tho follow Iiir list or ladles will
tako part In tho festivities:
Committee on (Iroiinds Mrs. II. M.
vou Holt (chairman). Mrs. Win
Thompson, Mrs. W. II. Coombs, Mrs.
W. II. KIiib, Miss Sarah CliuiiR.
Mrs Caroline Clark. Mis. K.
St Andrevv'B Delicatessen Ilasket
Mrs Arthur Wall (chairman). Mrs
Amliew Kiiller, Mrs. W. I Moore.
Mrs. I). 11. llltchioik, Mrs. .1. O.
Youiir, Mrs. T. J. King. Mis. II. D.
WnlbililRo, Mrs. V. C. Smith, Miss
Killlli Mist, Mrs. Nellie Noonan, Mis.
T. 13. Wall, Mrs. J. I). Dougherty,
Mrs II I'. Roberts, Miss Muriel
St Clement'H Doll Ilasket Mrs.
Win Thompson (chairman), Mrs.
(lardlner Wilder, Mrs W (I. South
Riile, Mrs Clara Hi'irIIbIi, Mrs V II
Smith, Mrs. W. A Wnll, Mrs ,. C
Abies, .Mrs Jos. Hincrsoii, Mrs W C
i:pliliany (Inlltl's Il.iliy Ilasket
Mis W C King (ihaliiuan), Mrs
I' T lllikcrlon, Mtb. CI W II. King,
Mrs I' A Snylor, Mrs. Chas Crane,
Mrs C Piaster, Mrs. I. II Thajcr,
.Mrs A !' Clark. Mrs. II. .lohnstoiie
St Peler's (Icncrnl Ilasket Mrs. f
T Koiir (clialrinan), Mrs C A How,
Mrs Ponk Yin Chung, Mrs Philip I'..
K ChanR, Mrs. I.'ony U), Miss Jen
SI. i;il7ahetir Tea Ilasket Mis. K
II ('omens. Miss Mills, assisted hy
the Chlneso ladles of their palish.
St Andrew 'h Junior Auxiliary
Mrs Waller Ciioiubs, Miss Mmy Cab
ton, Miss Mary von Holt.
Publicity Mrs. Wnlter II. Coombs.
lolani IjiuIhii Haskel Mrs. C. W,
llooth (chalrinnn), Mrs. Chas. Chil-
llncwortli (clialrinan), Mrs. Clara
Smith, Mrs. Peters, Mrs Copp, Mrs
Caroline Clark. Mrs liini, Mrs. Hlcli-
ardson. Miss llnrdlng, Mrs. Knrnth,
lady Heron will hnvn chargo of all
articles from tho other Islands, as
sisted by Mrs Curl l)u Hoi mid others,
dodge lilies Miisiucrinlc.
Tho Hallow e'en m.isnuorudo hall
given by tho Pacific llebekiili litlge
No. I, I. 0. O. V., was tho most sue
ccssful, both socially ami flnunclally,
that that prosperous nml popular
lodge has given this season.
Tho many costumes, representlnc
rulers In their stately glory, gypsies
bojew cleil, hoboes forlorn, witches
and ghosts, goblins In yellow and
homo rule In green,, a bihy from tho
suburbs anil nn nnuless variety or
others, all contributed to the oven
lag's success. ,(
Tho prlres nvvartleil wcrq: For Iho
most nrlglnnl liiily'si.iostuiuo. carried
oil h) Miss U7I0 Uinlolson, ns Hal
loween Wltcli: for tho most original
gentleman's costume, Mr. Cornelius
Hansen, as "A Victim of Condition1
lady's lust sustaliud rlinrnttor, MIsb
l.Mltli Pratt, ns Sis Hopkins, which
was extremely well carried out; best
sustained ilinrnctor by gentleman
Mr. Hinder Stinker, as Happy Hooli
The Judges for tho occasion wero:
Mrs. V A lllnlBdell, Mrs. Murnsky,
Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Taylor, Miss do la
(li-iii-ral nml .Mr. .Maciinib's Dinner.
(leneral and Mrs Maconib will en
tertain at a formal dinner on Wed lies
day ot next week. Tho following In
vllatlnn has been Issued:
llrlg-deii. and Mrs. Maconib
request Iho pleasure of your com
pany nt dinner
Wednesday, November tho eighth,
at seven-thirty o'clock.
11101 llfiilu street.
.Ml-s Itiirnltii Mood's Luncheon.
Fourteen covers encircled tho
luncheon table nt which Miss Dorothy
Wood presided as hostess this after
noon Tho prettily appointed affair
wan given at her homo on Thurston
avenue, A profusion of cut llowc-m
mid maidenhair fern accentuated tho
beauty ol tho (able. Among Miss
Wood's gliosis weio Miss Myrtle
Schumann, Miss Helen Spalding, Miss
Marguerite Itestnrlck, Miss Thclina
Murphy, Miss Martha McChoBiicy, Miss
Marguerite Wndiuan, Miss llarel
liuikland, Miss Kilt li Super, Miss Until
Anderson, Miss Marlon Chtipln and
Hcilno-ilii) llrltlge CI11I1.
Mrs. D.inlcl Hand will entertain the, 1
Wednesday llrldgo Club next week at
her apartments on King street.
Stirlcl) Women In l.atcrlaln.
Mrs Hngeno llresso and her daugh
ter, Miss Miihnuo, who spent six weeks
as guests at the Moana Hold Inst
)oar, wero extensively entertained In
Honolulu, where they possess many
friends, who will bo Interested In tho
Over six hundred Invitations havu
been sent out b) Mrs. 1'ugene llresso
and Mis. (leorgo Tjboii for tho recep
tion nt which they will present their
daughters, Miss Mctha McMnhoti and
Miss Mario houlsn Tyson, next
Wednesday utlernooti It will tako
place In Hie baltioom or tho Fairmont,
mid the hours will bo from four to
Bcvcti. Thero will ho 11 largo receiv
ing party, to Include Mrs. Philip
Howies, Mrs. IjiiiIs Mnntonglo, Mrs.
William MatBon, Mrs. W. 1). Fennl
mure, Mrs. Hugcno l'recninn, Mrs.
Harry Sherwood, Mrs. A. S. llaldwln,
Mrs. .lames lilac k, Mrs. Harry Halght,
Mis. I -wis, Mrs. William Hough, Miss
l.urllno Matsou, Miss (liaca (Jlhsoii,
Miss l.illlnu Van Vorst, Miss IMIth
Ituckcr, MlhB Frank Pierce, MIbs lla
Sonntag and a gioup of tho seaaou'a
dehutanles. S. F. Chionlclc.
Luncheon at Colonial.
Delightful III Us iviry appointment
nml ilinriicli-rlrrtl by that cl) irm vvhkli
lervatles miy nffnlr where several score
longciilal vvonien are oroiigui iokviiki
ovir the coffee cups, wns tho luncheon
which the women of the ihureli ami
congregation of Central Union enjtietl
Thurnlny at half after one ut the
Colonial Hotel The long tables, set
ns ucarl) us possible In the form of a
great horseshoe, extended two-thirds
the lin.Mli of the sp iclnu.i lanal ut the
renr of this attriutlve house, ntul neur
it nlmty women sat down to partake
of II XKlleiit nit mi provided for
their elljot ineilt.
ltriiss bowls anil distal vases of
white asters decorated the tables, while
trailing vines nntl putted pilins nml
haiiKiug rim ImskitH adtled to the airy
appearance of this nl fresco dining
room A color note of lollnw ran
through tho Mirlniis Items of the menu
anil lent nil added attraction to the ta
bles The women In their light sum
mer gowns mid gully bedecked hatf.
made an iiuliuileil picture, and the
loustmit liux of vokes proved that all
were eujotlng themselves It was 11
'Dutch treat" luncheon, iilthough any
one who deslrid to bring guests was
privileged to do so.
The ntTalr was arranged In order to
dlsiusH plans for a week-day lllble
class which the religion), work com
mittee of the women's society desired
lo orgnnl7o. Mrs flllmore, wire or
President (illmnre of tho Collego or
Hawaii, presided ns mistress or cere
monies, nml ut the ilose or the lunch
eon Introiliicid Dr Dureinus Sciidder,
pastor or Central Union church, who
spoke lu n general way about tho Idea
He was followed by Rev. Amos A.
laVrsolc, nsslstmit pastor of thoiliurch,
who spoke ninro innrretely of tho plans,
outlining tin- work which the class will
take up, mid going Into some brier de
tail as to the text books mid reference
works to be used In the rather unique
method of study nml discussion Mrs,
Paul Super, ilinlrman of Iho commit-
Trlnce nml Princess Kiilitnlnniiflle to
delimit mid Mm. Miirnmh's lllnnrr.
Mm. Chlllliigmirlh's llrldge Ten.
.Mr. ami Mrs. W. F. IHIIIiigliaiii's
Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx's Luncheon.
Miss Williams' lllnnrr.
(aplalii nml Mrs. (lames' llluiier.
Hall nt Young lintel.
Mr. nml Mr. (I. Wilder lo I'.nlrrlnln.
Mls W (mil's lainrhetin.
(Irnernl and Mrs. MikimiiIi In Knlir-
Mrs. James Wilder' House 1'iirlr.
.Velghlmrheoil llrldgo Chili.
Weduewilii) llrltlge Club.
Mr. nml Mrs. Dltsnn's Dinner.
Coming Social Event.
I'nlletl Sen Ire llrltlge CI11I1.
,-wMM)wliiiaiiMMwtiwswwMgi 22 r whi
v . iWr. c a
tee, and tho one to whom milch or the
irrtllt for the suicess or Tliursil lf'Sj
nfl'iilr Is due, spoke briefly, ami shevvnsi
followiil by Mrs Untidy, Mrs Church,
Mrs Prank Atlitrtou, Mls Ilosher mid
Mrs lVedcrlik J. I.owrey, who voiced
tht-h Hppiohation of the Idea On Mrs.
Lovvret's motion that the class bo
formed, there was an enthusiastic vote
to organic It ns outlined The most
sanguine hopes of the lommlttee were
far cxiccdcd when It was found that
almost sixty women signed tho ihar
lir membership onrdi. Tho llrst class
will mtit next Thursday morning ut
half-past tell nt tho parish house-, and
tho meetings will be weekly at the
Maine pl.ico nml hour. Ilov, A A. Illier-
sole-, who has bad wide experience in
iip-to-dato methods of teaihlng such
cl. is cs, will be nt tho head as lender,
anil some very profitable hours are nn-
tlclpntctl Tho class will be one hour
Among those who attendi-d the
lunibeiin wcro Mesdames O. Smith,
James Kennedy, William Whitney,
White Sutton, John T. Warren, W. C.
Ilobtly, Paul Super, Prank Athertnn,
Davhl Thrum, Frank Sciidder, Dore
mus Kcuddcr, Ollmore, Amlrews, Tnrle
Icin, Sihmldt, Hubert It Itchirord,
(Jtorgn Angus, Ouy 11. (lere, Sara L.
Neweombe, Kerr, Levi (' llowbind,
Hltchtoik, Wells Petersem, llowurd,
Zeim K. Mtirs, Frederlik J Lnvvrey,
Fred Hush, Frederick Church, John A.
MiCandless, Harry M Hepburn, Wil
liam A, llnwen, Spencer llovvcn, (leorgo
(I11P1I, Pitts, John P Kriliimii, He-nner,
Dills Swain, Almi7n Ciarttey, Abraham
Lewis Jr., Marston Campbell, A. A.
Kbersole, Williams; Misses G allele,
Mabel Heisher, Mnrjnrln Peterson, Du
tot, I Intl. Cooke, uml many others.
Mrs. James Wilder'! Houe Party.
A delightful hoiiFo party was given
by Mrs. Jmiics Wilder at her homo on
Ml. Tantalus. Alnut a do7en guesln
participated In tho affair. Tho guests
cither rode hort-o bark or drnvo up
the mountain mid spent Saturday and
Sunday with their hostess. Among
those who enjojed Mrs. .lames Wit
dor's hospllallly were: Major and
Mrs, Oeorgo Potter, Captain and Mrn.
Cllfloii C'nriol Carter, Mrs. .1. S. Wal
ker, MIbb Marlon Scotl, l.clnt. Jack
son, Lieut. Andrews mid I.lcut. Sihin,
Guild to Give "At Home."
Tho following card has been re
Tho Woman's (lulld of St.' CIcmcnt'3
Thursday, November 9
To moot Mrs, Ushorno
At Mrs. W. A. Wall's
930 Liinnlllo St. 1 to li p. m.
Mrs. Paul Super entertained 11 few
women friends Informally at luncheon
one day last week at her bungalow 111
Mnnoa. A brown basket of violets nntl
ferns adorned the luncheon tnble. Those
for whom lovers were laid wero Mrs.
Wells Peterson. Mrs William C. Hobdy.
Mrs. John Treuholm Warren, Mrs.
Spencer How en, Mrs Stanley Living
ston, Mrs Amlrews, Miss Dutot, Mr&.
Tarlctou, Mrs Malcolm Mclntjre.
Major lllakclcy of tho Inspector
Oencrnl's office ot San Francisco,
nftcr a pleasant two weeks' sojourn
In tho Islands, left on tho last trans
port for tho mainland. While In Ho
nolulu tho Major was n gucBt at the
New College Pennants
and Sofa Pillows
Extraordinary Display of
New Ready-to-Wear Garments at Sachs
Beautiful Line of
A superb quality In luttrous latin
Unit,!)) &4 Inches wide sponged And
shrunk) Dlack, Cream and Pastel col-
, rteuular price, $2.f0 on sale, $t.7D.i
Tho celebrated Nil MO and II, & Q.
CORSETS In tho now Fall modols. All
sizes now In stock,
TCIWM I mturtf u ,, hXam a iii
Reversible Long Coats
Dlack Loulslne silk on one side) old blue, ejolcl and purpla on reverts side.
Uoote Kimono'QIeevo Model, with sailor collar and largo rovers,
SACHS' SPECIAL PRICE, $30.
Chiffon Evening Frocks
Made over China silk slip. Colorsi White, Pink and Light Dlue,
Handsome Silk Foulard Afternoon
Specially selected patterns and plain colors. $15 up.
White Net Dresses and Lingerie
In the newest models. Large and choice selections! In all sizes.
Women's Tailored Suits
White, Navy and Black Serge, Fancy Tweed Mixtures and Hair Lin.
Motor Coats, Cravenette Coats,
Alpaca, Pongee and Linen Dusters
The word "Flaxon" in white dress
fabric is an emblem of quality. This
week we are offering a largo selection
of new and dainty patterns at reduced
40c and 50c qualities special,, .35c yd.
30c and 35o qualities) special,., 25c yd.
25c quality 20c yd.
Now stock of SILK FRINGE, FANCY
BEADED and SPANQLED DRE83
TRIMMINGS) CLUNY, IRISH and
Choice Millinery Trimmed
HaLs for nil occasions
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Hair Ornaments for Evening
New Ideas in
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