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EVENING BULLETIN", HONOMJMJ, T. I!., SATURDAY, FED. 2C, 1910.
Lines of Goods Discontinued
500 Pieces of Dress Goods
SWISS" PIQUE? rAWNS' PERCA1ES. HEP,, MADRAS, DOTTED
4000, Pieces of Lace
Comprising of VALENCENES. MECHLIN. TORCHON, IRISH CRO
CHET, CLUNEY, NORMANDY, POINT DE VENIO, Etc.
6000 Pieces of Embroidery
All widths frcrn 1 inch to a full flounce, INSERTIONS BEADINOS
,7,ho new stock of WAIKINQ SKIRTS are splendid coeds. Black,
White, Grey and Brown Voilles, Colored Cloth Skirts and' White Seme
Skirts, Cut and tailored, up-to-date. ' .
SAVE MONEY AND GET VARIETY HERE.
Fancy Goods Department
Our stock in this department is of the highest order, absolutely brand
new, and everything fashion demands.
Elegant COMBS comprising of fancy back and side combs bandbs, and
jets of all sorts cand descriptions.
Our new line is a grand lot of goods comprising of IACE WAISTS.
TAILORED WAISTS, SILK WAISTS, LAWN WAISTS, made by people
who know how. Style and fit an perfection.
Great values. Big assortment. Best ever shown in. Honolulu.
"" -BUY YOUR EASTER HAT NOW.
Our trade in this department is growing every day. We have iust received some very elegant erea
tions for our Easter Trade and can please the most fastidons in style and price.
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
In ounshoe department we have 500 "airs of WALK-OVER SHOES which we purchased at a reduced
ftaure owing to the. fact that.they had.bcc.n madetfor other patties who had not been able to take them.
We will close them out at $3,00 a pair.
Men's, Youths', and Children's Suits
WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF SUITS TO BE FOUND IN HONOLULU AND THE REDUCTIONS TO BE MADE
ON THE WILL PUT THEM IN REACH OF EVERY ONE. PATTERNS, STYLES AND FIT CAN NOT BE BEAT.
OF-EVERYi STYLE AND DESCRIPTION IN FELT AND, STRAW, ALSO
A LARGE LINE OF DERBYS.
L B. Kerr St Co.,
Neckwear I Novelties
All shades and styles in all grades. t Of all descriptions at reduced figures.
In all weights, shales and prices.
In the latest fhides and patterns.
Mrs. Hideout, Mr. and Mrs. Morrill,
Mrs. Mary Wright, Mrs. William
Foster, Miss Kathcrinb Itndwuy, Mr.
Thos. Hojd, Mr, Clydo Wright.
Mrs, and Miss Hough's Dinner.
mill a a It n n 11 tt it a a a a a tt a it a a a a tt ten, Mr. null Mrs. Schoonlng, Mr. nnd
a Editor Evonlng Dullo tin: Thronn'.i our columns permit mo a
a to express to Parade-Director In Chief Harold Dillingham and tho Com- a
' nilttco In Charge of Arrangements tho opprccla,tlon of your Hnwall a
winter guests for their efforts In presenting ono of tho most unlquo a
a Olid bcailtlflll KlOrjl 1'arudCS I liaio over wllnpHRP,! In nnv nnrt nf ft
inu norm, anu i navo seen many rrom PaBadenn to Cairo, Egypt.
Wo who uorlo prhllegcd to servo on tho Commltteo of Judges found
our tnsk no oasy ono compelled na we are to Judge oac.li eutra uion
flo different points, hut with enthusiasm and appreciation for all
"o only regretted wo wero not permitted to mark one hundred plus
for tho sprlt with which.thoso who were participants and-those who
wcro oljtervcrs entered Into tho daj's oents.
For ono J wish to express thanks for tho position nfforded to seo
well "tho passing show." for comfnrtablo trnimnortatlnn in Ihn hn.
a hall park and especially fur tho lienutlful somcnlr pins presented to
a tho Judges, plus which will cnublo us to carry away with us last-
a Ing memories of n ropubllcanlzod kingdom nnd an Americanized Hn-
u a a a a a a a a t: a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a tt a a a a a a a
(ecu guests who wcro proscuU Tho
dlnnur was t,ered In tho prlvato din-
Irg room n( tho Mounn. Tho co'or
. eclieiiiQ was jelhw nnd groen. Thq
'corners of jtlio rooms, were filled with
1 1 aim's and potted plants, whllp just
iHlimo tho Initio hung a canopy, com-
I It. AND MRS. EDWARD 1R- near of nn ago. were nit beautiful, and
WIN SPALDING announce- seen constantly, togojhor In socloy
the engagement of their
daushtor Allco to Lloiitcn
lint, Goorgo Clq eland How.
en, 20th Infantry, U 8. A.j
announcement of this engage-
Mien Allco Spalding, the youugest of
this pretty trio, cla!m3 Honolulu na
her blrthpluco, and Is much attached
to tho Islands. I.lcutenuut Ilowcu Is
n tall, handsomo man; in fnct just
incut will be rotelvod with much v,,u' "" u""-ur """ '"."T"5 """
pleasuro by tho smart set of Ilonolu- """''y-"11'1 lB Wdl h,y Try
lu. to which oxclusUe sot both par- - T,ho wedding will tako placo
ties belong. In fact the brldo elect Is alut tho first week In Juno n St.
ono of tho most popular Klrls of tu aiiUiows Cathedral, as tho Spaldlngs
joungor set and considered ono of
tho benutlos of Hniiolulu. Tho por
tialts that appear on this page today
nro of Lieutenant Howen and his
cliirmlns fiancee, Miss Allco Spald
ing Is a petlto bliindo, with largo blua
cjes, very fall skin and lilondo hair,
md by her rliarm of mnnnor anil
nwcet disposition Is dilated by euri
aio stiong nplscopallnns, It was duo
to that fact that Mr. and Mrs. Spald
ing did not hnvo tho engagement an
iioiinced at a to or dinner, on account
of tho l.cnten tcason.
The 1'ulolo Socinl Club held Its
reguar ppdro oveulng last Thursday
Tho farewell dinner tcnlcrcil Mr. posed of tllow marigolds rini smllax,
flay Jones, tho assistant manager of In lattice effect. Numerous elotric
tho Moana hotel, by his friends, Mrs. light bulb's In el low shiulos wore hid
nna Miss. Itpugh of Stockton, Col., will den amid tho flowers and greens, and
linger long In tho memory of tho four- contributed the light for tho taj)le.
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ono. This will be tho second unuo v io iu w -i'. " """ -
fiom the Spalding lumo that the Ami) ratton. A tow woro ab3cnt on ae-,
has claimed for its own, for several count of bad cold3 and ilther causes..
ears ago Mls.i With SpiMIng, IhofTlioIr platen wcro nlled howoor.
t-ldeat ilaiuhttr, married Ueut. Oar- Tho first prizes wcro carried off,
i nit of tho jrth Infantrj. 1'ilor tn ")' Mr. and Mrs. Merrill. I
Mrs. (Jairctt'H wuddlnK tho llirco' After tho distribution of the prlz-,
PpaldliiK gills, Mm, tliinott. Miss oa retiuinments or iioiiciou npncoi
J'.lhel Spalding, tho eccond ilaughtor , lco cream nnd cnlco 'wore sorcd. llio
of tho house, mid Miss Allco, wcro following woro present; Mr. and
called tho three Otacca; they were Mis, Ormlston, Mr, una Mrs, I'at-
V'Vir, fTr ssiBlA i-
s-if'-;, , .sifi
ALICE SPALDING AND HER FIANCEE, LIEUT. GEORGE C. DOW EN.
From this canopy to tho corners and
sides of tho room wcro thick ropes of
green. Tho tablo was laid for six
tetn, which gato ampla hjoco for tho
ceatcrploce. This consisted of a mln-
laturo Walklkl beach. Alargo pan
four feat long was placed directly tn
tho center of'tho tablo. This was
filled with water. In which sand, shells
and rocks of all sires wero realistical
ly placed. At ono end was a small
pier, whllo numerous canoes and tiny
dolls wero bobbing on tho surface of
tho water. A steamship labeled Ko
rea, representing the Bhlp that Mr.
Jones will sail for San Francisco on
March tho nth. Around tho mlnlatiira
ocean tho sand was banked to formJ
the beach. This certainly looked a9
much liko Wulklkl us was possible to
make It, Thcro wero little clumps of
umbrella plants which did admirably
for palm trees. Undor this leafy
theltcr.'nnd on the bench, and In tho
numerous grass huts wer,o miniature
dolls of various races. Between each
courso some little souvenir wps pre
sented to tho guest of honor; most of
I hem woro In the nature of practical
'dkes and caused much merriment.
Lela wero placed on tho back of each
chair, and worn by tho guests during
dinner, Mr. Jones was almost covered
with tho fragrant wreaths., This Is
bv far the most unlquo dinner over giv
en tn Honolulu. Among tho guests
woro Mjs. Hough, Miss Hough, Uout.
and Mrs. Turnor, Miss Cox, Miss D.
.Turner, MIsb Smith. Miss Miller, Miss
Kathorlno Stephen, Mr. Jones, Mr,
CliBhorn, Mr. rultord, Mr, Wlthlng
ton, Lieut. Vnughn, Dr. nnd Mrs, Col
lins, Lieut. Kilgoro and Mr, Datchelor.
Country Club Te.
On Monday last thoro was a most
ilelluhtful afternoon toa given by Mrsl
Hrntst Ross nnd Mrs. Francis Qay ofv
Kami, at tho Country Club from 4 to
r. o'clock. This delightful afternoon
rffnlr was plcn In hpnor or Mrs. Plot
mr of San Trapclsco, who Is IbUIiik
In tho Islands, Many and hciuHful
wcro the decorations at the club homo
for the occasion. About c'na hundred
puosts ush mbled nnd a most delight
ful atfeinqoi) wbb enjojed to the full
Mrs. Phillips' Brldn.8 Parly.
Mrs Mnnnlo Phillips entertained In
formally at brldgo Friday evening In
honor of Mr? McNnb Mrs Dredge,
Mrs. Ho anl, Mrs. Sullivan and Miss
McNab of California On this occas
ion only tho lntlnjalo friends of tho
guests of honor wero nlted A p-lzo
win awnrdqil at ouh liililo Mrs Mur
u won tho prt7o at Ihn first taplo
Mr. Arthur Drown w.u 'he wlni'or ut
tho second, at tho third table Mrs.
Arthur Wilder was the lucky ore, Mln
McNab had tho highest scoro nt tho
fourth table nud was jircscntqd vlth
the prize, and Mrs. Aloxander O. fresh water pool, which will tend to
Hawes, Jr., was awarded tho prlzo at whet their appetites for the delicious
tho fifth table. Tho Phillips home was chowder and dainty viands that will
beautifully decorated for tho occatlonv follow. After Biipper a Hawaiian
Tho drawing room was fragrant with stringed orchestra will furnish music
purple loluts, and tho dining room for dancing, which pastlmo Is sure to
was nrtlBtlcally decorated Inured car-, bo tnjojed as tho floor at waiuio was
.. m. . . f ' ..t.l..H.. I.ttll tr- ilnnntni. HAlon(V
nauons. 1110 louowiiig women tnjuy- ciiei;iuii uum wi ........
Phillips' hospitality; Mrs.! Imitations hao been Issued and very
Mrs. Hownrd, Mrs. H. Dredge, fow regrets lmvo been rccched. Lato
Mrs. Sullhan, Mrs. n Hnmm, Mrs
C. D. Wood, Mrs. John Wnlker", Mrs
Dralnard Smith, Mrs. Harry Low Is,
Mrs. Alexander O, Hawes Jr., Mrs.
Hnrey Murray, Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs
lu tho e enlng tho party will motor
back to town by tho light of tho moo'i.
Miss Jessie Kennedy's Dinner. ""
Miss Jesslo Kennedy was' the '
Charles Drjant Cixipcr, Mrs. Arthur l.ostess at a ueauiiiuiiy aiiiuivu.uu
Ilrown, Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs. Fred-! "or last Monday. Tho dinner was glv
crick Klamp, Mrs. A. LowIb. Mrs en complimentary to Mls Gibson of
A,l,r Vr,n.r M,a Arthn,. Tlnn. Mli. Seattle. TtlO tttblo dCCOratlOIlS WCTO
Margaret Walker, Miss II. Ruth Young rink rofes and malned hair
Miss McNab und Miss Agnes Wnlker.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis'
Chowder and Dance. '
This ccnltig Wallllo, tho suburban
homo of Mr. und Mrs. Allan Herbert,
so beautifully situated In Katlhl Val
ley, will bo tho sccno of much palety.
Mr, and Mrs. Harry I.cwls will bo
host and hobtcss nt a chowder ami
danco. Tho I.ewlB' uro renowned for
Places wero arranged for twelve. Af
ter dinner tho party motored to 'Jho
Ulks' Carnival, where tho hostess and
her guest of honor Bold flowers and
IcIb at tho flower booth. These two
pretty oung girls wcro dressed as
Powers, ono In pink to represent
rose, nnd the othor In lavender to.rep- '
it-sent laonder wisteria. T
Doctor and Mrs. Walter Hoffman
will mm 6 next week Into Mr. Henry
their hosnltai'ty. nnd the fortunate
ones who have been linltcd nro on the Wlrkmnn's houso on Klnau stroot and
qui tn to participate In tho fun. I will occupy this beautiful homo while
Wnlllle can only ncnmniodite about tho owner Is sojourning In Uuropo. Dr.
sixty guests comfortably. This tunc- cud Mrs. Hoffman hao sold their
tlon Is bolng clen In honor of Dr. I beautiful homo on I.lllhla stroot tn
and Mrs. McNab, Dr. and Mrs How
ard, Mr and Mrs. Dredge, Mis. Sulli
van and Miss McNnb, who are tho
guests of Mr, and Mrs. Alexander
Young and Miss I). Ruth Young nt
WnlkIM Tho party will leao town
about fho o'clock this cculng and
motor to this picturesque spot In tho
mountains. Tho roads nro Idoal all I
the wa, so the rldo will bo thorough I
!y enjojed Deforo the chowder most
of tho guests will tuke a plungo In tho
tho fall of tho year they will sojourn
In Huropo, where thoy expect to spend
toi oral ytars.
Thcro will bo n hop at tho Moann
Hotel this oenlng at nlno o'clock.
Army, Nay ami local society folk am
Mrs. Fred Knight and Miss Thclma
Parker sailed on the Mauna Kea for
Hawaii, February 23rd.
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