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TEE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 12, 1899.
.IMEUS AM) FASHION.
EVENING DRESSES AND COIFFURES-A
PRINCESS CLOTH GOWN.
:Btln nml Vclvot lllhhnn VrnftiMly Used Tot
Gnrntttiro Veriirndlculnr Line Trlin
luliiRt Frliicen nntl Silk Conl Lacing The
Now rntjill Dccnmtlon.
Hiippy tlio woman whoso "bonny
fcrown hnir" looks 11 the prettier for
"th(i I:nnt of blun ribbon," for blue is n
liuurUo tono of thu uiotncnt in evening
gouns Xhu lovoly tilindon of turquoise
blend witli priiuro&r nml kIiow oil gold
ouil (Uuiiionil embroidery with which
most of tlicm nru bedizeurd. And It
IconiH that with Uiis particular shad
nuTTKnn.Y and moil comii coirrtTitEs.
of blun (ho mediui collars from the
ihouldcrs look biittur tlinu with almost
ouy other tint, cupeclally when worked
in gold ; for gold run Inco Is ouu of tlio
extruuiguneeK of thu day.
Apropos of oreuiug dross may be
mentioned t-omo uuw ovening coiffures.
In uno of these tho balr is dressed with
the high comb now so greatly in vogue,
the iirruugeiueut being carried ant with
a clutter of curls above tho comb. A
Bocoinl colffnro, from its clover nrrange
went of wiuga or loops, has gniued the
.nnino of "tlie butterfly."
S.itln and velvet .ribbons fignrO'Oncc
mo:c as fashionnblo dress trimmings.
The skirt of a gray veiling dross is trim
med with iuuumerubln rows of narrow
black velvet, requiring soino dozens of
yanlmto innko it wbnt it should be. At
the htm many rows follow tho ontliue
.of tno-okirt, but above thoy nro put on
in rouuded form, the two nrrangoiuonts
divided by it ppacc.
Perpendicular line trimming of col
ored ribbon in groups of three lines on
skirt and bodice affords tho eimplo but
.distingiiUhed garniture of souio of the
llue.-t imported cloth gowns. Green on
black and 'bluo mi gray represent some
of tho combinations.
11 til: livening gowns in tho fashion
,oro pretty f-uro to Miow a touch of black
sonic u here. Ulaclc ruches in softchiffoii
fall oer the sleoves or hem tbo odgo of
tho fckirt, and -with this there often ap
pears .an admixture of lightest dovo col
.or, ii -t&nido much in vrjguo und uotico
able nlwj in tli? iiowcut light tinted
Sill: itingo nnd colored cord lacing
furnish iiuKebt giiruitures for skirt nud
bodico of liouso (Irenes. For example,
nu opening cut out showing n contract
ing color underneath will have a biciug
of cord across.
Much iutorest nt prtwut is centered
in n new form of dra decoration
PRINCESS DOWN WITH I'AIillKII DESIGN,
vhicb may bott bo likoucd to the pad
ded stitching employed by saddlers. It
is as though n conventional design or
"motif" wcro stitched out In broad
lines and the intervening spaco filled
with padding, The extreme originality
of tills r'ld tho dlfllculty of its produc
tion will probably reserve it for tlio ex
clusive few. Thu becuud cut exploits
the charms of this now decoration aud
nUo shows n tiuiulated priucoss effect
started by n box plait at tho waist and
continued below thu baud down tho cen
ter of tho fkirt
itUM IU i'tl.ll lillttAllliHR.
Ingredients one pint of cbsstnuts,
.two ounces of butter, salt and ciiycnuo
Bliell and boil tho nuts till tender
Dry them Mult tho b'liiev in a clean
frying pan Whin it i? not, put in I lie
uuM and tiiMt tln-ni romlnuously oci
thu tiro until tlio; Hid of a golden color
Mix Mini' Hi' nail with half the
amount nl i"M MiiHiniknl hut) Spin
klu thuui wtu wiili thin and nerve In
folded napkin wry hot.
A FAD OF THE FASHIONABLES AND
NEEDED IN EVERYDAY LIFE.
Llncu, Duck, Cretonne nnil Dentin tlepro-
Kent Correct 3Interli.lt, nnd Applique la
III Fnvnr Hammock Cushions nnd 111
lows Herrlceahlo In Ally Pine.
In ovcry out of town houso thcro Is
lways a spot in which thcro aro pil
lows, cushions, daily used, either on
piazzas, couches in halls or with ham
mocks in tho open air. Summer pillows
should not bo made either of silks or
satins unless in India or pongoo, linens,
A fOPULAU STYLE.
duck, crotouno and denim rcnlly being
tho fabrics employed for summer wear
In pillows used by fashionables, tho
ppllquo cushion seems to tnko tho lend
a combination of different materials
well worked oithor in complementary
tonus or in tints of corresponding huos
Among tho noveltios bluo denim is ex
ceedingly nt tractive n dark and light
happily combined, tho tint of palo bluo
appliqncd on, and then worked in dif
ferent shades of this color with ropo
floss in long and short stitch. As a fin
ish thoro is a deep rufllo four inches
wido and edged with two toned bluo
ribbon. Tho back of this protty affair
is simply inndo of plain denim un
Adorned Linen of ovory well known shade
holds n never tiring charm. This season
light green is peculiarly tho favorite It
has a tendor and inviting look, nnd if
well outlined or workod inn good strong
Moral ornamentation tho ,plnu Is euro to
be decorative and pleasing. For good
tones, popples and chrysanthemums aro
excellent. Bold and decided pattorns of
flow cr effects present, whon completed,
all tho necessary oloments of good cush
ion making Of courso, for everyday
pillows tho darker Uncus aro advisable,
but when a more delicato showing is
.needed then tbo puro whito should bo
utilizod, Hud carefully embroidered in
conventional forms, in which flowers
particularly tuko tho lead. With whito
liucus u finish can bo given of lace n
rufllo of doop hauiburg or n plain linen
slightly gathered iu form of axufllo, thu
edge prettily scalloped nnd in each scal
lop a tiny blossom. Denims aro a great
rcsourco for summer pillows, in what
ever tones preferred and of ornamenta
tion simplo or otherwise ns desired.
For tlio hammock nothing is hotter
than 11 good substantial cretonne, u
flowery affair in which thoro is bright
ness and tono, and in material which
will not fade, show dirt or soil Cro
touno pillows for this purposo nre bet
tor when plainly mado without ornn-
LIGHT GItEKN LINEN.
mentation of any kind of medium
tiuts, yet with nn all over design in
which an otTectivo plan stands out nnd
Serviceable pillows llko tho gray
linen are admirablo admirablo not only
as a fabrio, but for good, steady wear
nnd everyday uso in any placo where It
fills a need. To mako this plan charm
ing iu appearance tho whito silk or
whito linen floss can bo given to this
decorative schemo, cither in strong
floral effects or iu conventional forms,
big pattorns iu long and short stitch,
requiring but littlo trimming Often
for pillows, plain for uso aud hastily
mado up for tho summer wear, the big
bow of ribbon 011 0110 comer can be
used ns the color bit desired, tho boleo
tlou mado to suit tbo simple furnish
ings of any room
Another texturo of equal quality but
thicker 1b thu colored duck, which for
coolness is unrivaled. Thu same treat
ment either iu embroidery, outlined or
in long und short btitch, ouii bu given
or iu a good mako up, devoid of all or
nameutntiou, as n useful necessity for
warm weather days, says Tho Decorator
and Furnisher, from which tho forego
ing timely suggestions aud illustrations
Tim inree Grent Horticultural States.
California is tho greatost horticul
tural state in tho Union, Now York is
Fecund mid Illinois third. Illinois has
IM,777,08U invested in iiurterles.
Call Fur a New Deal.
Ijnrd Salisbury booms to hiwo lieeu
outplayed by Hutwin in tho Chinese
gmiio. Tho question la, What is our
friend J. Uttll going to do about Uf
DiiWEY'S GREAT MODESTY.
Iloti Not Think Ite 1)1(1 Much When Do
troilng a Fleet.
Admiral Dewey is receiving hundreds
of lettors, balos of nowspaper clippings,
invitations to "Dewey days," copies of
Dowey songs nnd Dewey poetry and a
good many cablegrams, says tho Cavlto
correspondent of tho Chicago Record.
Thcro aro many post cards nnd n groat
mass of short notes, nil very congratu
latory and all very enthusiastic. Somo
nominate- him for president in 1000,
nnd others contribute equally glowing
prophecies for tho future
Ono ninu writes; "Dowey, you aro n
peach. I'll stick to yon till freezes
over, aud thou I'll stick to you on the
ice." Another ndvisos him to keep his
health until 1000. A picco of poetry
has come from tho Topoka Capital,
which starts out with "Dowoy was tho
morning and Dowoy was tho man,"
and follows this brilliant lino with
others of tho samo sort. Tho song
"What Did Dowey Do to Thorn?" has
nrrived, nud if tho muslo comes the
song ought to have u good run out
in Manila bay. Tho other versions,
"How Did Dowoy Do It?" nud "Dow
oy's Duty Done," hnvo not mado their
appearance, but thoy nro undoubtedly
on tho way.
A cartoon printed by n San Francisco
papor, entitled "Dowoy Smoko? Yes,
Manilas, " amused tho admiral n good
deal. Every mail brings new ovideucos
of tho popular enthusiasm that has
sprung up in America over him.
What pleased him moro than any
thing olso was nu account of how his
sou received tho news of thu great vic
tory. Captain Mnhau's statement that
tho battle of Manila bay waB tho most
wonderful over recorded In history was
particularly gratifying to him also,
coming ns it docs from such nn eminent
Through nil this bombardment of
compliments und congratulations the
admiral has not changed in tho least or
indicated by his maimer that the tre
mendous bit ho has mado is affecting
him other than pleasantly. Ho said
this afternoon that whilo the battle
was going on ho didn't feol that ho was
doing anything wonderful. Tho most
trying timo was tho night trip past Cor
regidor, for thcro was then no way oi
knowing just whoro tho Spanish were
or how thoy would strlko. On tho morn
ing of May 1, when ho could seo the
Spanish, ho folt cheerful and pleasant.
Tho work of leading his six ships in
and cleaning out everything iu sight
wns n detail which nt tho timo did not
soom bo improsHive.
HE OWNED THE TOWN.
A Itoncli Illder Fall of CocktalU Sauced
a Policeman Without Hurt.
Ho had tested cocktails in n dozen
places along Park row, Now York, and
wns iu a cheering condition whon he
bumped against n big policeman near
thu bridge It was about 0 o'clock in
tho morning. Tho policeman know the
man was a rough rider aud apologized
for being in tho soldier's path.
' ' Ycr hot tor got out tho way, ' '
shouted tho soldier. "I can do ns I
damn pi hio plcasointhis yerotown
"Ihcar," said tho cop. "You'ro ull
"Botcher sweet Hfo I am hie all
hio right. This is war ce) 'oration
day, nu I kin liok nil th' cops iu Nu'
York, nu thoy dnssont arrest mo. Thcro,
sou? I cau push you off'n your feet if I
liko an ycr can't 'rost mo on eel 'lira
As ho wan Baying this tho soldier
pushed tho pollooman up against an
iron railing. A crowd gathered and
cheered thorough rider. Tho policeman
dodged through tho crowd to get away.
"Ycr hotter run," said tho soldier.
"Ycr had tor run, an I kin do as I darn
pi hio pleaso. I'm n goiu ter stand
on my head if I wnnter, see? No cop
kiu arrest n rou-rougli rider in this
town, kiu they, boys, hey?"
"No," shouted tho crowd, "not on
Then tho rough rider bowed to the
crowd nud went on his way iu search oi
To Reform Our Spelling.
A committee, consisting of William
T. Harris, United States Commissioner
of education ; P. Louis Soldnn, superin
tendent of schools of St. Louis, and M.
Balliet of Springfield, Mass., appointed
by tho National Education association
for nu amendment of spelling of certain
worda in common uso, has complotod
Words simplified aro ns follows: Pro
gram (programme), nltho (although),
thorofnro (thoroughfare), tho (though),
thoro (thorough), thru (through),
thruout (throughout), prolog (prologue),
demagog (demagogue), catalog (cata
logue), decnlog (decaloguo) pedagog
Changes will bo Mibmittod to tho ex
ecutive committoo of thu national asso
ciation. The words given nru samples
of changes. Thu idea of the committed
wns to spoil tho words exactly as they
Tho influence of American civiliza
tion is already making Itself felt iu
Manila among thu natives. Thuy weru
wont in the good old days beforu Ad
mlral Dewey's timo to go about clad
with aboriginal nud tropical simplicity.
Hut thu trail of thu hatter appears. Thu
Filipinos huvu taken to top hats.
Time to Auk UmpmIIoiii.
Iu order to sustain his reputation as
mi luijuisltlvo man LI Hung Chang
hliouhl begin to luqulru into thu uuusu
of Great Britain's demand for Ills ills
missal, Indianapolis Journal,
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