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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, DEC. 2, 1911.
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THE GENUINE SHIRLEY PRESIDENT BRACES,
THE HRACES WITH A GUARANTEE.
There arc more Shirley 1'icsiricnt Braces worn
than any nther kind
Because they jjtve perfect comfort.
Because they outwear all others.
Buy only the genuine witli SIIIRltY PRtSIRtNT
on the UucKlcs and with this guarantee on
every pair ,JKA1J ,T
Guirtntrf II IhpM? hnuM prip umatfactnry in any
jwrtintijii mall them to m imt lur tlmlcr witli mtr
name ml aMit tU)nl written pucWr Wc will
repair repute ill tTiuclnn rrluml wir monc
The C. A. EDGARTON MFG. CO.,
SHIRLEY, MASS, USA
Mrs. .Vtllhft Thimble 1'iirtj.
Tuesday afternoon Mm. Neville of
(lid t S. .Marine Corps Invited it few
friends to her homo lit Wnlklkl In
wutch tlio 1'iirtllc I'lcct us It wended
Its way toward (lie Honolulu Itnrhor.
Thu seivlco folk residing In Honolulu
wcio especially Interested In Ilic nr
rhal ol (he Jlcct. ns they linve ho
ninny friends on board tho dlrfcrcnt
i,hlps. Mrs. NcIIIp and her guests
spent the major port Ion of the lifter
OOVlIltNOIt KIIKAIl ciillcil on Ail
nilnil Sutherland of the cruiser West
Vlrnlnln (hid ttlnrnlnir. (
CLINTON II MUDCALF, prlvnle
cccrctnry to the Governor, expects to
euo for the Const on the. Wllhcl
nlnn next week,
CAUL WAI.TKK8, manager or Hut
chinson plantation, exiccts to rctiini
to Han nil In the Manns Ken, leaving
here next Tuesday morning,
(1. W. JAMIKSON. head luna of Po
ocekeo plantation, returned from a
noon dcilllir fnnev work. At half nfter
four the hostess poured tea and dainty I visit In Scotland In the Slorrn yester
refieshmcnts were served. AiiionRriny l left Tor llllo hy thu Clatl
those who participated In the Ini- 'line.
Iiroinptu gathering wore Mrs. Walter I i:OIHH3 C WATT, malinger of Ko-
.. . ... ' . ...... if.... l. A I tLU
low.cs, Mrs. uayior, air. Artnur ""in aiiBiir ihii.i.iiiih.. .w.nuu
Thejlatt'st showing of Imported Winter
Patterns in Ladies' Hats now on dis
play. Also Fancy Trimmings tor winter.
Wc have a new Trimmer from the Coast.
We are also Milliners for Men. All
the latest shapes and shades.
BETWEEN KING AND HOTEL
It Pays to Be
siKKi" these days, but you .
MrtffiSamSagf nuist have dressy v
Ml MVuY rf'' s',ocs 2 4 new speei- )m
I ?-fflW II MEN'S ' M
MvMrM ,' ALL AMERICAS ted styles
I jo1 "A TREAT I OP. THE HXT" (
M vijr m!w just in.
mV '!' MiimiHIWilliniSi You should jm
tyJBaWHijBliHi see them. M
Manufacturers' Shoe m
v Co., Ltd. jflj
mornlnR to attend the meeting of the
Hawaiian Susnr Planters' Associa
tion. .IOHN IIOSS AND MI18. IIOS8, ot
Hnknlau plantation arrhed this morn
ing as pnsscngcis In the Mauna Kc.i
mid arc registered nt tho Alexander
FRANK F. HAI.DWIN, manager of
Puiincno plantation, and Mrs. Dnid
wln, arrhed In the Mauna Ken this
mornlnR and are registered at tho
Alexander Yoiiiir Hotel.
JOHN T. MOIlt, maniiRCr of Ono
mea plantation, and Mrs. Molr, mo
oxpoctcd to nrrlo from llllo tomor
row mornlnR In the Mat son Naviga
tion steamer Wllholmlna.
J. N. 8. WILLIAMS, superintendent
of the Kahulul railroad is In town to
attend the mcetliiR of tho directors of
that company and decide on the final
plans for the new extension to Hilku
there to tnp the pineapple Industry
MIIS. C. K. CAIISCADKN nnd her
i-on, A. S. Cnrscndcn, who nrrlved
jectcrduy on the Siberia, from the Or
ient, will spend six weeks in tho Is
lands and Intend during that tlmo to
muke n tour of the whole group. They
art at present registered at tho
Young. Next Tuesday they, will leave
for u trip to the Volcano.
HARRIMAN HENRY MAY
NOW BE "COMEBACK"
According to advice received by
United States District Attorney Rob
ert W. llrcikons. Iliirrlnian Henry, ono
of tho men who was mixed up In tho
tight on the H?7t Sialic whllo that ck
scl was lying In Honolulu harbor, may
mine back here after nil. At the pre-
, , ... ., m . .lcnt t mo tl)cro Is an Indictment ngnlnst
Innd and tho ward room officers ofi , ., , , . . , . ...
. i, Ibliii )icrc by the grand Jury charging
The .MIspcs Supers' Itnrchlt l'arly.
Saturday evening tho Misses Sopor
entertained at an Informal "rarebit
party" that was given in honor of tho
olllcers of the U. S. S. Cincinnati.
During the evening tho young people
danced, and nt cloven o'clock a do
licious dialing dish supper was en
joyed. Sixteen guests, including tho
guests of honor, participated in the
linn, (icarge Curler tii Kiitertntu.
The Social Sclcnco Club will bo en
tertained by the Honorable George R.
Carter, Monday evening, at bis home
on .liidd strcot. Thirty-five friends
will bo entertained on this occasion.
At ten o'clock a buffet supper will
llniiorahle and .Mrs. t'. Faxon Bish
This evening tho Honorable nnd
Mrs. 10. Knxon Illshop are Riving n
family dinner ut their homo on Nuu
Marlx, Mrs. Clifton Carlor, Mrs. Fred
crick William Coleman, Mrs. Ross
Kingsbury, Mrs. (Iambic, Mrs. Fran
ces McStockcr, Miss Kdlth Cowlcs,
Miss Julio McStockcr, Miss Knthorlhe
Stephens, Miss I.) din McStockcr nnd
tho Misses Gamble.
Ml. mill Mrs. Palmer's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer enter
tained at dinner Thanksgiving even
ing at tho Hotel Courtland. The
dinner was served in the large din
ing room. This apartment presented
n cheery appearance, with Its orna
mentation of holly berries, tropical
palms nnd hanging baskets of maiden
hair fern. The oblong table at which
the host, hostess nnd guests were
sentcd was attractively ornamented
in scarlet nnd green. In the center
a large basket of maidenhair fern
was placed. Streamers of green satin
ribbon were arranged in an uncon
ventional design on tho tnble. Sprays
of maidenhair nnd petals of red car
nations almost covered the damask
cloth. After dinner tho party nd
jpurncd to the drnwlng room, where
music wns enjoyed. Among Mr. and
Mrs. John Pnlmer'B guests were Dr.
and Mrs. Philip Frear, Mr. nnd Mrs.
niley Allen, Miss Cook, Miss Mc
Carthy, Mr. Worrall and others.
Tea on Board U. S. 8. Maryland.
Lieutenant Calhoun Rave n delight
ful ton on board tho U. 8. S. Mary
land, Wednesday afternoon. Among
his guests were Mrs. Ocorgo H. Fair
child, Mrs. Kdward Tcnncy, Mrs. Ho-
ten Noonan, Miss IMItli Cowles, Miss.
Violet Makcc, Miss Tonjioy, Lieuten
ant and Mrs. Roy Francis Smith, Miss
Alice Mucfarlanc, Mr. Vernon Tenner,
Captain Klllcott of the U. 8. 8. Mary
The Best Thing Around a
Clean-Up Day is
Pau ka Hana
Your Grocer will supply
you at the cost of ordinary
THAT MINSTREL SHOW
As tho tlmo draws noar Mr. Cunli.i,
director of the minstrel show, feels
keen enjnjmcnt nnd satisfaction In
the result of his efforts to give the
public a minstrel entertainment that
will entertain. The show to bo given
I by the Healnnl Club nt the Opsra
House on Thursday night will bo
straight promotion work with direct
returns to those who contribute.
Thero will ho fun nnd plenty of it.
The music win lie me ihicsi hiki iiio
i.ongs will he rendered by men whos'i
voices nre above tho avcrago of ama
Added to tho club members will bo
Homo professionals who are known and
who aio popular hero. Acrobatic
stunts nnd a sketch that will prnvo
most pleasing. The show will ha
largely comedy for the icaBon that tho
public in these days go to the theatre
to bo amused.
As. a matter of fact tho best nnia
teurs and tho best available profes
sionals In tho city will go on tlif
stage Thursday night for the benefit
of tho Hcalauls. Tho box ofllco will
opon In Hhe Honolulu Music Cii.
ttoic, King strcot next to the M. A.
Gunst cigar store Monday mninlng.
F. L. WALDRON, distributor
Cvening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
him with perjurv
The United .States marshal nt Los
Angeles has milled Hreckons that
Henry is (o ie given n Hearing aion-
ilay next If 19 comes he will arrive
probably the eck after next. In tlmo
to appear lu court December lfi, as
Buou theater! Whitney & Marsh,
PACIFIC FLEET, ATTENTIONI
NKW HILL TONIGHT
Musical from First to Last
HUGHES MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
Th Hebraw and Q.rman Comedians
at Their Best
Rippling with Fun and Melody
TWO Pi:ilKUllMANt'i:S NIGHTLY
Night Prices..!. ...15, 20 and 30 Cents
Sstiirdsy Matinee 15 and 20 Cents
Monday Wednesday Friday
FOR PACIFIC FLIIET
PROGRAM CHANGED TONIGHT
See and Hear
Pretty Danseuses and Bong Artists
Operatic Sopreno with the Birdlike
Clair and Clinton
English 8ingers and Comedians
UP-TO-DATE MOTION PICTURE8
USUAL PRICKS - GOOD FILMS
Ilullctlns keep hubby out at night,
whatever races urn run, or tho cham
pionship for staying Is won.
rtrlsli't joting C'blnest age 23; reads
KiikIIsIi and Chinese wishes position
In store Address "G. W.", this nf
lletueen the Hunk of Hawaii and Vlct.i
Villa, 11 ilraf on Chicago In favor of
M. A Moore by L. II. Hviuis, fur
.'S:'.B8. Rctprn to Hank of Hawaii
or Mrs. L. II. Kvans, Vlda Villa.
Wi:iL At 919 Green stiect, Hono
lulu, November 29, 1911. to Mr. and
Mis. Well, a son.
NEW - TO-DAY
BOSTON LUNCH ROOM
Meals at All Hours
Day and Night . .
JILN.(JJJEfiJ't'T UP AND 8i:.VT OUT
BIJOU LANE NEAR THEATER
design a suit for someone
they have never seen, un
less they have the party's
measure, correctly taken,
and his peculiarities of fig
ure? Yet you are forced to
take an awful chance every
time you buy a readymada
suit, for it is made for no.
one in particular and ev
eryone In general,
8top taking chances
Have your clothes made
by GEO. A. MARTIN, The
Tailor! Bethel 8treet 20
to (40 for they will be
guaranteed in every detail.
I acific Jaloon
KINO AND NtinAND BTEEETI
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDB A FILB'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINESJ
Wo Deliver to Any Part ol tho City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike end Queen Street
You'll Bnd they're ell food fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Deriee, Fro
fOI IALI AT AI BAJU
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
Our Ready -to -Wear Department
Received by the Sierra a
few advance styles of
in Lawns and Marquisettes. Also
Handsome New Waists.
These will make acceptable
The finest lines of New and Up-to-j
Date Goods offered at the Lowest!
Prices you have ever seen.
S6.00 ALL 8U,TS FORMERLY S10.00 ANDJ12.00.
7.00ALL SU,TS FORMERLY $13.00 AND 114.00.
8.00 ALL SUIT8 FORMERLY $15.00 AND $16.00.
9,00ALL SUITS FORMERLY $17.00 AND $18.00.
XO.OO--ALL SUITS FORMERLY $19.00 AND $20.00.
50 Pairs ol 54x72 COTTON BLANKETS $ .90 Pair
50 Palre of 64x76 COTTON BLANKETS 1.20 Pair
30 Pairs of 60x80 WOOL BLANKETS '.. 5.25 Pair
20 Pairs of 70x80 WOOL BLANKETS 6.00 Pair
90-Inch LOCKWOOD BROWN SHEETING 30o Yard
72-Inch " " ". 25e Yard
63-lnch " " " 20c Yard
45-lnch " 15c Yard
90-Inch PLQUOT BLEACHED " 328e Yard
81-Inch 30e Yard
72-Inch " 27se Yard
45-Inch " " 172o Yard
42-lneh " " 15c Yard
36-Inch PARAGON " " , 10o Yard
36-Inch POLAND " B'2o Yard
36-Inch DAKOTA " CAMBRIC 10e Yard
42x36 PEQUOT HEMMED PILLOW CASES $ .20 Each
72x90 " SHEETS 85 Each
90x90 " 1.00 Each
Agents for tho
L. B. KERR Co., Ltd.