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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, MONDAY. TAX. 2ft. 1010.
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LATEST DECREES OF FASHION
GOWNS OF GLASS, STONE, PAPER
'I'lir rv laiPt ii cp-a of I)ar:i"
j-".".' -i fill .ill' fcoW'IS Of pl;iF (-")!'
paper. 'J m.L iM-vint; will pi r
li;:v ;'.(. pn,h th- Uu a f phis-p :m I
:-t in- L'.'n ')n ;it.-. though tli y may ar
K ih.'a i' fii-c tt at a ja ('-r jr ? nujht
T'w- I i r t rohf of Fpu'i rla- .i j
v.orn a short firn ftn y a nifir.!,'"'
of a roal family. The pov n vas of
;a!f lav Tif'-r shot ". ith pink .ri:nJ I'ip
fff rt was that of cl!anior:'l !ust. This
fabric is I'Hnjr manuf;u-'iir d in
Ki'ssia from a ftonc that conn s from
.1 mine in Fihrla. Th'- tahric is ma le
Irorn a filamentous Ftone which is
paid to be very durable. It is r.oft an
pliable pnd whfii soiled needs only to
be put in a fire and it become clean
apain. The only ornaments that have
cotn to Honolulu of spun fclass are
little aigrettes for the hair. These
are pliable and have a leautiful shetn
in the eveninp.
The iron cloth is used everywhere
by tailors for the purpose of stiffen;
ing collars in men's clothing. Thii
cloth is manufactured from steel wool
and looks like horsehair. In Kurone
many of the men's suits are made
from a "wool" that dnes not como
from rheep. It is known as limestone
wool and is manufactured in an elec
tric furnace. Certain chemicals ai-
mixed with pewdfrrd limestone and
hit 'A. in tin w ca i it i im nil 11 Mh
ihrot'ph thi proc.eK8 the mixture is
pasted through a furious air-blapf and
when it comes out it is like soft fluffy
white wocl. It is then put through a
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iy' and is cut in l-npths lik- doth.
o tn' iir at ad', ati'aers of this
material ih thai it (annot he d'-imapd
' v !'rt. ': 'r ;ruse. The advaiit
ae !ire is o the wtarcr not the
Pap r clothing hns been known for
H,:ntirn- i'i th- Orient. During the
.'i;ij''-l' .:ss' j.r the Japanese boI
li -rr? wore the papT clothim; it is
in'" thiit thf pan, its were net only
very M-rvici able but that they were:
warmer than ok-Mi would have been,
in England. Fra ice and other Europ
ean cciintriec paper bathrobes, dress
ing gowns and similar articles of
clothing nre bring turned out by thfl
cart lofid and are used extensively
in the Hritish colonies. The paper
-f "hich tese garments are made is
Fimilar to blotting paper and is dyed
In most any color and aften printed
wit pome pretty floral design.
Paper garments made their first ap
DfaraiiCe in England but a short time
An Enplish manufacturer suc
ceeded in making a material from
uaper and rope. He got a quantity
of o'd rope and cordage and unraveled
It. Hy a. secret process he wove it
into a kind of coth. The material
has been readily accepted because it
is durable and can be washed many
times. The latest articles of the
:aper material are gloves. These are
said to be very useful even more so
than the leather ones.
In Japan paper napkins, towels and
.'landkerchiefs are used extensively.
Many of the foreigners who have
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Big Ice Savers
Use Less Salt
They Run So Easy
Dainty desserts frozen in a Lightning
havs a smoothness Impossible
in ordinary freezers.
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:!;vr in Japan for a'V time hav
! adopted the toweis at;.! iiand kerchiefs
L cause they can be destroyed as soon
as they are soikti aid because they
jare very inexpensive
i W'liiU- all of tl.f-st' kiruis of ma
terial are very popular in England
; and otner European countries the fad
:has not yet reached America. Tho
paper iabr;c iiiey never pai,! any firm
foothold in this country L;:t if tho
glass gowns are any more beautiful
than gowns made of cloth they wil
surely be adopted by the wealthy
American society women who are
ever searching for beautiful gowns.
THE NEW ATTACK
Ammonia Water (s.g.
Distilled Wa t e r to
To physicians Heat one dram of
above reagent to boiling. Add the
Diabetic specimen by minims until re
agent is colorless. The number of
minims will indicate the percentage
of sugar. Change the attack put the
j patient on an agent to counteract he
patic degeneration. Test again in
twenty days and you will know to a
certainty whether the sugar is de
creasing or not. Thus no physician
or chemist need be in doubt
The treatment of Diabetes has
largely been held to Codein. It quiets
the patient but the prognosis is ad
mitted to be hopeless. The new treat
ment, instead of locking up the secre
tions, as the opium in Codein does, re
verses the action by reducing hepatic
degeneration, thus permitting the liv
er to oxidize more of the sugars and
starches. Increasing strength and
gradual recovery or prolongation of
life naturally follows. That the new
agent, Fulton's Diabetic Compound,
does this in many cases, particularly
between the ages of fifty and seventy,
can be established in your own labora
tories by the above formula.
Gradually retire the Codein. giving
a non-habit-formiug substitute, if nee
essary, prescribe the new agent and
if the patient is of middle age or over
and has recuperative power you can
look for some results in most cases
by the twentieth day. The thirst and
hunger often begin to abate before
the sugar decreases. Thus in many
cases patients know before the tests
axe made that they are getting re
sults. (It does not seem to have much
effect in young cases.)
Fulton's Diabetic Compound is a
mild infusion without opiates. It docs
not conflict with physicians' prescrip
tions. The substance of the formula
surrounds each bottle.
Honolulu Drug Company will fill
prescriptions and supply the com
pound. Ask for pamphlet or write
John J. Fulton Co., San Franciesco.
WILD ANIMAL LIFE IN THE
15c, 25c and 50c
PERFOM ANCE BEGINS AT
8 O'CLOCK PROMPT
k ohm club
TAKING UP PLAN
FLOAT IN PARADE
"Aftr reading Mr. Georpe (I.
Ou:!':'s reply To a letter in Snri !:i's
!ap( r. signed '.Meichant." a:i i rriti
c:zhfz the Ki'oliana Art League tor
:.;: lakiuu part in the Froral iaraik
I think u n'ces?:uy that s :me explan
ation l.e made.'- said Director General
Chiilinworth this mornir.i;. in the
first place, 1 have not criticized the
Ait League. At the start I. of course,
expected that an organization of such
a character would delight in iKirtici
pation in the parade, as it seemed
to he an affair peculiarly in line with
the objects of such an organization,
as v til aj with the tastes of its mem
bers. 'On receiving a note from the sec
retary of the league, to the effec; that
the directors had decided that 'they
cannot this year participate in the
parade, I wrote stating that I should
be interested in learning the reasons
for the action of the directors in de
clining to take part in a celebration
of the kind planned by Hawaii. In
reply, I have received an invitation
to confer with the secretary regard
ing the matter, and shall take .he
first opportunity of doing so. It is a
matter of much importance, of course,
as public clubs of this character, with
their public spirit, their devotion to
art., their interest in the community
and their influential and able mem
bership, are just the ones we expect
to take the lead. It seems to me that
the Kilohatia Art league could man
age a splendid parade all its own.
Say Mr. Guild in Error.
'"Mr. Guild is quoted in an inter
view this morning to the following ef
fect, in .reply to the article of Sun
day, which was signed 'Merchant':
" 'Every organization mentioned by
"Merchant" in his letter is repre
sented by delegates in the Central Im
provement Committee which will
have a float in the Floral Parade. The
expense of preparing this float is be
ing borne by the various organiza
tions through the dues paid by their
delegates for membership in the Cen
tral Improvement Committee.
" 'The criticism of the Kilohana Art
League is particularly unjust for the
reason that the float is to be decor
ated by a committee from the Kilo
"Now, the number of organizations
mentioned by 'Merchant was over a
dozen. I am glad to be able to say,
from personal knowledge, that there
is no intention, at least on the part
of some of these organizations, of
combining on the enterprise of enter
ing one float, and raying for it
through dues. Some of the organiza
tions in question are planning their
own autos and floats, unless they
have very recently -changed their
minds. If they have, and if Mr.
Guild's idea is correct, a new meaning
might be given to the term Honolulu
United. The whole community, clubs
and all, might unite in getting up one
A Suggestion Offered.
"However, that isn't going to be
done. Entries are being recorded
every day, and the parade is guing to
be a lig one.
The Hawaiian band will give a con
cert this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Liliuokalani school grounds, Kaimuki.
Following is the program:
March: Kaimuki Eerger
Overture: Poet and Peasant Suppe
Intermezzo: Russian Franke
Selection: Nabucco Verdi
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs. ar. by Berger
Selection: Runaway Girl ..Monckton
Waltz: Tender Kisses Waldteufel
Finale: Polichinelli Fahrbach
I read It In the StuMiulletin. It
nwftt La fin.
In Button Boots stands for the
newest. We have these in
Black Vici Kid $5.00
Black Dull Calf ?5-00
Black Dull Calf $4.00
They make you feel younger.
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Hawaii of Old
And His World Famous
Songs and Meles of Ancient Hawaii,
Hula Dancers. Realistic Stage
Setting. Unequaled Music
Scats on 3ale at Promotion Committee
Rooms Tuesday Morning.
Admicsion $1.00, 50c, 75c
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and many other interesting scenes
throughout the Islands. Every
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All kinds Wrapping Papers and
Twines. Printing and Writing Papers.
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equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
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Harrison 8lk Fort SL. nr. Boratanls
For Men, Women and Children
Nuuanu Street Near Kin?
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Winter Millinery at Greatly rednced
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Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires
Also Tube Repairing
180 Merchant, nr. Alakea Te!. 3137
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German confectionery and fancy bakery
Pound, citron, currant, coffee, sponge
and fruit cakes, home-made choc
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Leiahi Chapter No. 2. O. E. S
Honc!utu Lcige. first degree.
All vlnltlna member of the
order ar cordially mvlted to at
tend meetings of local lodaea,
HC90LCLU LODGK, CIS, B. P. 0. E -
Honolulu' Lndra " No.
e, a p. a Eika. T
meets In taelr hall, on .
King . SL, near Fort. .
every Friday ventox. ? '
Visiting Brothers ar -cordially
larlte4 to &f '
tend. - .
A. E. MURPlITk E. R. -
H, DUNSHEE, Sec. r y v
Meet oa ths 2a4 f
; and T 4ta lXoar".
. .days ? of ' sacH- r ;
. month at X, P. V
HalL;7:3 p. m. y li'
Members of oth--
marina fenglneers AatodaUons -Beneficial
v ' sra cordially to-.?
Association . tltad to attend. : .
tnL SeXIKLXT L0DGZ. 50. 8, ! r
Meets every tad and 4th fjataf : ;
day evening at 7:30 o'clock to r
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and - i
Beretania. . VlalUns trothars ':
ordlally Invited to attend. . . ' :
a. il ahrexs, a a
L. B. REEVES, K. R. 3 r'-.P.'
K050LUID LODGE Ha &, - 1 '
'. L. O. P.-2L' : ;; : f: c' r . :
wfU meet In Odd Fellows' ' banding, .'
fort street, near Kinx.' every Friday -vsnlng'at
7:30 o'clock! . - ; v ' -
Visiting brothers cordially tad tad
attend. .. Vi'.-?.-v.v -:'"V -;--';:
' .'-AJiBllOSll'J WlIt'rZ.. Wctatqr, ,t
JAMES W. LLOYD. Secretary." w -
'. Oahxi Lodged' I. ,C
will meet In ths y
'roof garden; Odd FeK ,
- lows'. Bldg-first and
third Tuesday at half'
V past seven p. 'm.'- ' ) I
GEO. PAT V, Chief Teoolar. , -
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