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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
Grand Opening Display
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ON MONDAY MORNING. July lsf-, we will place before the Ladies of the city such a showing of
Ready-Made Apparel and Merchandise generally for all departments that cannot help but have
an inspiring effect on the Women of Fashion.
More than ordinary care lias been taken in
preparing for this event. We tu neil a
deaf ear to-all the "Jobs" of Read) -Made
Apparel that are now bordering the whole
sale market of the East; but we did take
advantage of the concessions offered us by
Dressmakers and Tailors who had surplus
materials on hand, and who we knew were
willing to make the Dresses and Suits to
our order '
In the high standard
Reproducing and Adopting the Newest Paris
This co-operation brings to you the Newest Styles in Fresh(
Newly-Made Apparel, and .at very Economical Prices.
New Dress Materials
Charmeuse (very much in favor in New York) in
Black, White and Evening Shades, at $3.50 yard.
Paisley Effects and Borders in All-Silk Marquis
ettes, $1.50 to $3.50 yard". '
New Bordered Poplins, in a variety of .colorings,
up to $2.95 yard.
New Floral Effects in Satin de Chines at $1.50 yd
26-inch Messalines Tall silk J, excellent quality, in
new shades, at 85c yard.
In Dresses, all kinds from Dainty Little
Confections of Simplicity to the more ela
borate Lingerie, Linen and Silk Frocks
that are quite a's. cleverly made as were the
original models by Callot, Agnes, Goupy,
Fine Imported Styles of
Wraps and Cloaks
In Charmeuse, Light-Weight Cloths and
Silks, reproduced from models by such
famed artists as Paquin, Beer and Poirette.
Evening Gowns in elegant creations absolutely the latest
thought from Fashion's center.
Tailor-Made Suits in Whipcords, Serges, and other light
The selection is very large,. and every garment has a-distinc-tion
of its own. A great variety to choose from whether you
require an average size, a little woman's, or extra large.
RATINE, the great rage everywhere," in white
and colors, 65c, 75c, and $1.00 yard.
36-inch Linen Waisting,,35c, 50c, and 60c yard.
A variety of new patterns in Batiste, Lawns, and
Sherettes, 15c to 35c yard." " ' "" ' ' "
We have received the New Models in the famous
Madame Irene Corsets.
Now showing our exceptionally fine line
of New Shapes and Millinery Accessories.
A Special Purchase of -Table Linen, Napkins,
Pillow Linen, and Linen Sheeting at'attractive
prices for the opening week. "kWV' ;
KVEKYHOIIY . WANT!
White, 1-cru and Arabian
from Narrow Hands to
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White und Hern, vurhms
23r to I.M jd.
About 30 In nil; eaih ono
different High Hindi'
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Wo will hIkiw a rlulrmliiK
line odDPw.ldi'jH In 1'ar
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dtlu'iB d('Hiirntt'ly clH'iin,
A dainty block of new
Hhnilow Vclllncu: lllnck.
WhltH und nil loIorH, from
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TIim finest linn u lia
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well ub linporti-d Hand
Mudi). AnythltiK tliut Ih
new In Neikwrur will !
found rlKht heie.
Have You Seen Our
Opening Day Monday
Tans anij Ulack Silk
Hose 3 pairs $ oo.
The 'favor of your inspection will be much
Our Standing Policy Money cheerfully refunded
if not well satisfied.
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