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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY; OCTOBER 6, 1922.
TURKIC 3 MAUI'S SECOND MONDAY SPECIAL SALE COMMENCES MONDAY, OCTOBER 9th And Will Continue Until Wednesday Noon AT THE GRAND HOTEL, WAILUKU Under the Direction of MRS. MARION DRAKE A Group of DESIRABLE FROCKS at $8.00 JERSEY Only a few models left. Well made, extremely practical and smart. Two styles: Bramley and collarless. Contrasting trimming. FIGURED GEORGETTE Foundations of real silk. Picot-edged through out. Taffeta girdles. Bright figures on sub dued backgrounds of mauve, navy or brown. For afternoon or informal evening wear. DOTTED SWISS You won't believe that these frocks can be sold for so little. Charming, dainty, colorful and trimmed with real filet, Irish or Val! Brown and navy blue, too. TWILL AND TAFFETA Poiret twill is one of the season's favored fab rics. A slipon style with novel belt and patch pocket. Plaid taffeta blouse; Bramley collar. Good-looking and serviceable. NEW SPORTS SKIRTS $5.50 These have not yet been shown at any of our Honolulu sales. Home spun or tweed. Alter nating wide and narrow pleats; self colored buttons. Rose, tan, French blue, and sand. WOMEN'S SPORTS COATS OF JERSEY $4.95 and $8.00 These coats are incomparable to any other sports coat because they are smart-looking, they wer well and they are inexpensive. Mrs. Drake is bringing a few of each price. The styles are very similar, but they differ a bit in weight and quality. Either is a good investment! Choice of green, tan, navy, brown, yellow and blue. Our first Monday Special Sale in Maui, the latter part of August, was such a success and of such mutual benefit both to you and to us, that we are going to repeat it. This will be welcome news to you, we hope, especially to those who have been urging us to put on another sale for some time. We call it a "Monday Special Sale" even though it will last mors than one day be cause it is a direct outgrowth of our famous Monday Special Sales in Honolulu, and mod eled along the same lines. In other words, we are giving you Maui folk the same opportunity to secure the splen did values that we offer our Honolulu patrons every Monday in the year. However, since we are making the effort to bring the sale to you, which means time and money, we find it adivsable to continue it more than one day. Those who cannot come Monday will thus be able to attend it later. But remember "the early bird !" Mrs. Marion Drake, the head of our Mail Order Department and Personal Shopping Bureau, will again take charge. MEN'S DRESSING ROBES Special $9.00 They are light-weight and comfy. . . They are full length. . . They are well-tailored AND They are equally suitable for bath, beach or lounging. Obtainable in dark, mannish colors, and both wool and wool-and-silk materials. SPECIAL AT $1.95 English Wool Scarfs Soft and pleasant feeling, with up-and-down stripes in warm fall tones, tempered with white. Fibre Silk Scarfs Roman-striped in bright hues. Our Maui customers would not forgive Mrs. Drake if she failed to bring down some of our new, regular stock merchandise. THE SPORTS SCARF dances into the season in a variety of fabrics, weaves and colors. Hand-Loomed Wool Scarfs $8.50 They bear that desirable hand-made look and are of delightfully blended colors. "Bygo-silk" Scarfs $8.50 Deliciously silky-soft. An open weave. Long fringe. Darning-Stitch Scarfs $4.25 Woven in squares over a fine knitted silk. Double-faced. Odd and interesting. Imported Wool Angora Scarfs $12.50 27 inches wide. Very soft. Quaint-colored plaids. y A SURPRISE We are bringing to Maui a few of our very newest hats and frocks of the season. Some will be street costumes. . . Others are for more formal wear. But you are to learn nothing more about them in this announcement than that they are com ing, ' Because We want you to see them for yourselves. THE LIBERTY HOUSE HONOLULU HAWAII m