Newspaper Page Text
a' s wTn. T " ' V
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H 1 NOVEMBER 4, IWO.
mmmujm lum'U ijiijiuw
-i.i. 11 c , i ,. -,
' ' ' ' 7-S' , " f .
i.i, i4&1 .U Vl Ct ' : CF'l - -i .1 4
s.i. .. -.., ysr
mwwf-i&mK?.'Jt&&iFJ& . VfscgEu
Xho First American Flag Raised Over Manila.
Reduced from u illustration la "On to Manila."
- ' II $ Jk
?'' Ul J-JN, J5?
''iralliN &' iw $$
Miinrpiwsn. , , ," j
: l I
Tine Wsuteutaat Brumby of Adinlnl rewej-'i ru? oo.l Ii
l'ait to t!i; 1: X . u i of Oi 1 J'w...ll.i.
llcilrawu from au iHusua.iu.i iu "Uu lo Manila."
The Departure of tlie First rieet of Trnrmixirtu.
Scprcduced Iron au llliulratiou la "Uu to Wnll." .
IbOalBK "Old Qlery" t ort Mtt , KtltMi KlMUa.
atr4jc fra m IttartmtlM ta " Oa to 1
PLEASANT FANCY WORK FOR THE
LONQ SUMMER AFTERNOONS.
An Eiiiir War o Deoorata Larse Cnr
nln Denim Carta In With Cm
liroldcred nnnd of White Drilling.
A Tiny Hall Fringe FlnUh.
A word to tlio wlso Is sudlciont, and
as Rummer Is tlio lioydny for tlio lover
f fancy woi!t iho following Illustrat
ctl HURgcstlon frou Tho Model n Prls
cllla will help Ihoso who llnil It 01(11
cult to ecloc' f j Iho Uirurlaut dis
play In tho & r i
A pity 'tis I., i fis'ilnn ') "-"yi's
wort: nro an Uwllng ns in everything
v. una oU3
hcslt ' to put
tltno r.ml lit or
Itnt will ba dis
carded in n fow
mouths. So let
us nvold any ox
trcmo in color or
design that will
charm only for
tho passing honr
and select care
that "ft thing of
leanty is n joy
EMimoiuiiiED cuiiTAis. forever," provid
ed it is " thing of bcanty."
Today moro than over tho old, worn,
faded nnd often darned Imported rugs
command a higher price and aro moro
desired tlma tho most magultlcent
modern ones, because, hand . woven,
they vary In color and design and
breathe n Kcntlmcnt that machinery
can never give.
During tho long afternoons and many
weeks spent In tho country freo from
Interruptions ono unhesitatingly begins
a largo plcco of work, nnd, nt tho vaca
tion's close, exhibits It with prldoj hut
somo one objects to it largo pleco of
work held In tho lap during warm ,
weather ns being burdensome, so In
adapting designs from colonial china
1 uavo purposely nrrnuged them with
this Idea In view. Attractive curtains
for it blue room can be mnilo of bliu
den I m. Across tlio top hi stitched u
liand of wl'ito dxtllln? !M Indies wh!e,
previoiifily embroidered In bluo linen,
ns thovui In the second cnt. It Is al
ways best to pnt all decorations for
curtains across tho top; thou ouo sei-s
tho worU ato glaueo. which, If running
up nnd down, would Invnrl.ibly be In""
In the folds, or, If across (ho bottom,
would bo hidden by furniture.
This design was taken from a iunlnt
teapot of white waie, with decorations
of yellow nnd bluo. It would bo ex
ceedingly nt tractive on u curtain In
either n yellow or bluo room. Tho Illy
heads aro done In yellow, with bluo
stamens aud tho leaves In a dull groan.
A Pretty Pattern Por n Collar, Dolly
or Other Article.
Commence with tho largest wheel,
says Tho Ladles' World in giving tho
following directions for tatting for n
Twelve long plcots with 1 doublo be
tween, draw up. Mnko 2 doubles, 1
plcot, 2 doubles; fasten In first long
pleot, 2 doubles, 1 plcot, 2 doubles,
draw up. Turn work nnd mnko 5 dou
bles, 1 plcot, 2 doubles, T plcots, with
1 doublo between each, 2 doubles, 1
plcot, r doubles, draw up.
Continue from to until there nro
11! rounds. Joined ns In Illustration.
TVfniv drn""l:.x tip 'ho twelfth round'
Join to r t i"
Pocond x oi I. I do 'ile. II plcon, sop-
n " id bv Icubli. di..v tip. it, dou-
iU" 1 plcot. 2 doubles, ri plcoto sepa
rated by 1 double between ench. 2 dou
bles, 1 plcot, 3 doubles, draw up. Join
thread with ullp stitch In plcot of ccn-
Mblislted fro tl
JM J V&V mi $
TATT1NO FOIt I10II.Y OR C0LLA1U
ter round. Continue until there nro 0
rounds. Join to laigcr wheel while
Third wheel, 7 plcots separated by
2 doubles, draw up. Continue same as
second wheel nnd Join.
Mnko desired number of wheel strips
and Join ns follow:
Willi 1 thread malw 2 doubles, 1
plcot, 2 doubles, 1 plcot, 4 doubles,
With 2 threads mnko I double,
draw up Rllghtly, Join to plcot of
smallest whcol. ns shmvu In Illustra
tion. 4 doubles, diaw up slightly.
With 1 thread mako 4 doubles, Join
to center of last lound, 4 doubled,
Willi 1 thread, msjte 4 doubles. I
plcot, 4 doubles, draw up.
Willi 2 thread make 4 double, draw
up slightly. Join to wheel. 4 doohles.
Wtlb 1 thread, 4 doubles; Join to
round, ,4 double-!, draw op.
Nest tlrao 0 doubles berwuen each
Next time 0 doubles, next time 7,
next tlmo S.
Sixteen doubles nt the bottom where
work turns to return toward top. Con
tinue to dreroaso stitches In same or
der In which they were Increased go
Heading, 2 doubles, I plcot. 2 dou
bles, 1 plcot, 2 doubles, 1 plcot. 2
doubles, draw up.
Turn work, 4 doubles, 1 plcot, 4
doubles. 1 plcot, -I doubles, t plcot. 4
doubles, 1 plcot. 4 doubles, draw up.
Contlnuo nnd Join nccordlng to lllus
Irntlou. To bo mndo with No. 10 or No. 20
thread, as preferred.
An Elaborate History oi the Philippine
XiF v m Tirr
i iyfaaa-Bfaa-a ato raw - a. a 4t-.
un o Mania
By B0W48 WBMMi
o? the Examiner-Journal,
Who tells of tie oclilevfircnts secured by cur Arneiicftn Atrcs In lb
Orlent,.frcm the lime when Admiral Dewey made Ails historic erttffetefe
into Manila Bay to-the preMnt. ., 1
The woilc censists of fUlyslxtyTctavo ))a with "fell My-tar,
superb illusiratiQov.Crqrn pwogwphs ntf' R Sftte of pert shettLgs bp,1
Pierre N. Dccririgtr, Ufo Var ArUat.'wlio acccftiparried A'lrfctka's ntf-','9L
peuiuonary t-orce. ( '; i -,.?.
I.lttlc rollra ClntlipK.
Tho sklit of this attractive little oof
turao for n mnnll gltl Is of bluo linen,
tho waistcoat Is of white pique, and the
COLONIAL UCSION FOR CUUTAIK.
Thoro Is no variety In tho shading,
each color being used by Itself. The
dlnuunda nro lined off and feather
fctltchcd with bluo or green.
A handsome curtain, similar lo the
ouu ahcady described, 13 of buff linen,
liemsi!t:lwd top aud bottom, with a
lier.iKtlti.lioil rulllo on one side. About
l." iui.liLtj from tho top diaw several
thieads and hemstitch. Half a yard
1 1 tow thin lino draw moie and hem
btitch again. Hutweeii these two rows
mako n "fhcckorboaid" by drawlug
in un cry alternate snunio work a
hpufy or sprig 'design. Whcro tho em
luoldered bands nro stitched to the
curtain, a pretty lluUh Is a tiny ball
filngo at tho top and bottom of tho
blind, nnd this same fringe would look
well on tho front edge tho entire length
There Is n way of getting over tlio
dldlculty by Inserting tho loipilivd Item
In tho front breadth of tho gown, wlih.ii
Is very npt to show. Thcro Is a differ
once of opinion between the wearer
nnd tho mnkcr of dressci on this all
Important question. Tho chalelnluo
comes to the rescue, hohllug notebooks,
purses nnd other iiccessnry luipedl
inoutii, whllo tlio pocket handkerchief
Is tucked up Alio sleeve. The words
pocket handkerchief and pockctbook
will haio to bo changed If this goes on,
for they nro destined for anywhcio but
In the pocket, Chatelaine bugs do not
appear to have u very great success,
popMbly because they aro so easy n
prey to tho predatory classes, but dain
ty chine silk bag, slung to the wrist
by cord, nro to bo seen nt gay gather
nCJM,Cf '"l cv
Soak tho salt llsh overnight, skin
sldo uppermost. Next morning drain
and simmer slowly In sutllclent water
to cover for 20 minutes. Drnln, dish
on a hot plate. Mix together ouo
poouful onion Juice nnd ouo table
spoonful each of butter, finely minced
pursley and lemou Julco. Spread over
tho hot flsu ami servo nt once.
FKOCKS roll A SHALL 0IIIL AM) IKlV.
Jacket is trimmed with a frill of white
embroidery, finished nt the back wli.i
iv deep sailor collar. Tho excellence of
the who.e Is apparent.
Tho Uo's suit, while becoming and
stylish, Is very simple and mlaptod
to either light weight summer cloths or
to any of tho pretty warning taiumiiiU
A Pretty Tnlile Decoration.
Get n long pleco of gluij for tho cen
ter of tlio tnblo and put brown paper
around, Mnko it in rugged looking ns
iius.sUjIi). Then nrrsngo (lamp (not wet)
iiios.1 on it mid stick small fmnuJ of
forn in tho moss nnd nny wild Howard
or aimplo gnrdrn Ouwrrs availnblo.
Water lilies look delightfully cool put
on tho glass
rectillnr Marriott Ceremony.
Northern India ami tlio Island of Hon
nuey enu certainly cliilm lo lmo tlio moil
peculiar innrilage, riles of nny tmintrj.
In tho foimer n eow nnd n calf nro in
variably required at tho iiinrrlige. Thu
animals nro driven Into a narrow, i tin
ning Ntreutn, Iho priests ami tlio betroth
ed couple ill jo standing In tho water.
The mil n mid woman each catch hold
of tho cow's tall noil tho priest pours wa
ter out of a glass vessel upon their Joined
hands, whllo all present mutter certain
prayers. Tho young fulks uro then de
clared to bo ninn and wife ami tho priest
claims tho cow and calf as his fee. In
tho Island of Iiunmicy tho oulclutlug
priest takes a sharp knlfo and with it
makes u small Incision In tlio right leu
Lof the brldo nnd bridegroom: from each
Incision he gathers n fow drops of blow
nnd transfers them to tho othur one's leg.
This operation, togothcr with a short re
ligious formula, constitutes tho wholo of
tho marriago ceremony. Cincinnati E
nulrc?. . -- -J
SPECIAL FEATURES OF " OH TO MM1': '
A Sketch Ifrom the life of Admiral George Dewey, made on thi
deck of his Flagship.
Accmpietc roiter of the Oregon, California, Washington and ldalu
Volunteers, with a deuthjliit compiled and reicd to May 25th.
A Department devoted to the movement of California's regirreB.
from the time it sailed from San Francisco to the present.
Portrnits of California's; Commanders and California's OffkeK,
ttken in Manila.
Groups of California's Companies taken while on duty in Manila,
Authentic Maps showing the movements of our Army in the liltiM
An immense Panoramic View of the City of Manila, reproduced
Illustrations produced frcm photographs showing the Amcttsjjl
troops) in tlic; field, in camp," In Larracks, and n action nfjnintt tie
Spaniards and the Filipinos.
5sj, A detailed story oljtlie two campaigns written by an auilor rM.
having I been detailed as n special War Coi respondent to aucrcfgty
Admiral Dew ey't-Fleet and the Eighth Anny -Coirs, is spuiiUy QMii
lo describe the stirring eents which befell cur "Uojs in Bki " (ft till,
far-away Islands of 'the Orient.
(33D Heautifully bound in Gold and Eirbcsjitl Covets, and b jptjifj
arrangement is placed within the leach of the BULLETIN'S m li'nti
the price of' gSS
OESTS ABB ONE COUPON. '
' As the editionis limited and all orders will be filled in tstiiteo,
you desire the work It is advisable that your order be filed al crx..
Now ready for delivery'at tlie BULLETIN office.'
GpyVn&i..t21&li23STZ2Ay)&il inVM341(fTftgWT5'JMt-lljm't"i'i'fi'l'lf1!,7 -" TT
V U'lajJlSiai SPECIALLY FOR ECANLt
,W - - '
(1 V -J f'