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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T SATURDAY, AUG. 30, 1902.
SOME POINTS for the SUMMER WEAR of the MAN WHO FOLLOWS the FASHIONS
The whole tendcnc) of masculine
fashions Is toward quiet elegance,
without Barrlflcc, however, of tlio In
dividuality of taste which gives dis
tinction to oue man's attire from that
of another. It Is a summer of good
taste In the stjle of designs, nnd lu tho
rholco and combination of colors, and
fills is very evident In the fashlonablo
negligee shirts, lu neckwear and hos
Icry, tho features of men's drest,
which allow the greatest latltudo for
the expression of Indhldual piefer
Among the best negligee shillings
broad stripes or loud or strlMng color
designs have no plate Stupes aro
much used, but tho tendency Is toward
narrow lines, and where figures and
plaids arc used, they aro small and
ucat. The Qambojant shirt is decldt d
I) n thing of tho past.
The white negligee shirt Is alnajs
in favor with good dresocrs Indeed,
there are men men of rnshlonablo
piedllcctlons, too who bac steadfast
1) refued to be tempted by tho blues,
lavenders and pinks conspicuously set
forth by the haberdashers. The
Trench percales which Qgure promi
nently In the evolution of the whlto
uegllgtc shirt this season come in
most attractive patterns They aro
classified under several vaiietlcs. but!
in the patterns of each stripes aie
most favored, pnd fertility of inven
tion on the pait of tho designer it
skillfull) expressed In the wldeh var
led and tasteful combinations Small
flguies suih as tin now cr like mo
tifs loaves or spots aro scattered over
the siinaco of other materials fash-
lonable for the white negligee shirt,
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1 The Opium
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(Cop j tight 1902 by Arthur Johnstone ),
CHAPTER VII. Continued.
Tells How We Were Pursued by the
Halcyon, and Sail a Dangerous
MSOPSIS Knlerlik IVilllngir co" ml "
opltn IfaJt- with til oune Chinese Irltni Vnan
lor hgm Vlulrvi Unjinc vptnm TIHji."II
aftlrtunriuilr ltt a mtco pall til hkh
WhAlry ndraour bv Jout,l r,J It r't in
ctchf near llunakahau vtaul Thry lollou u Mai
on ana camp In a laa tunntl nfjr th Rra hour
KCtiplrJ bv Mr True a hat.lilte anj her pretty
dauihter Maile Here thev alch the MjUmii UnJ
f tetnouianj pounJnt uplum in Uie lata i.ae bul
are unaMe to locale the entrance In lte meantime
nun Ualllnger Wcome acduaintej al the gra
tuiute Ulmn hK return they examine the lace of tin
lavavhetl ml h iM ol a rope Jlvoter an unJrr
erounJ cote hfch can be reacnej only Irom the ea
Ihey then eaKh InlanJ lor an i IJ entrance lormetly
titejby Mr TrLe khusbanjfor tmuirclinK purpose
thkh tvy actiJentalty finJ near their eamp Thev
bejln the calih ttlth an electrl. torih anj J Loiter
ttie opium In the upper tunnel, The next Jay VV haiey
asj MacLean create a vene but VVharey crimlo
an unJerbtanJInic with Dalllncer anj the oplam l
' Ic.jJcJ The-i a tiKtJty bettteen Dalllncer an4
And ulten tlic fikbl betoiie a (hue.
Ibme ttlnthe Ja that ttimherate
And that winch ttouM riot uva in fi;ht.
Mai done the leal ttilli ea Axht
Then be looked up for the flmt
time 1 thought 1 saw hiin start Blight
I), as ho saw the slender, vicious bar
rel of the Mauser, but ho said no
word a moment, and the tiller fell
away, and be snatched bis wounded
hand to his bosom and w nipped it in
"Damn it' don't be so eaieless with
that gun'" ho cried, in n sharp voice,
with a thrill of pain
The boat had stopped at the ring of
the rlllc, the faces of the crow were
study ono bhowed fear In his
drawn mouth, another sat scowling at
me, as I opened the breech of my gun;
a third smiled In a Jaunty way, as ho
tried to catch sight of Mad.ean over
his shoulder; the remaining three nat
Indifferent and silent, awaiting orders
these latter were likely tho danger
ous men of the crew.
"Careless, eh'" I cried with a laugh:
"That was a warning, Mr Mad.ean,
such as a considerato man gives an
Impolite rogue Next time I'll graze
your heart, and then "
I stopped and stood smiling at him.
as I rubbed the barrel of my gun gent'
ly with my coat sleeve. He sat, now,
half within the schooner's shadow, bin
face white, but passionless; his lips
compressed, the whlto handkerchief
on bis wounded band was now djod
led. He sat with upturned face look
ing me steadily in the eyes; as he did
so, I noticed that his whlto shirt front
taught a tinge ol red from his handout
"You win, now' Hut wait, dartn
ou'" ho cried, with menaco In his
voice, as his boat turned and spoil be
fore willing arms for the yacht As it
turned I could see at least a half dozen
revolvers llng back of Mucl.ean lu tho
stern sheets I had foiled a very nlc-3 ,
little plan for quietly seizing the
schooner and recovering tho opium. I
"You're a brick, Dalllnger'" cried
the skipper as he slapped mo on tho
hack, "Yes, damnme, I'll bet ou
are' Now, jou take the watch, while.
I go 'nd hurr) up supper." I
As I paced the deck the tropic moon
emerged from the drifting clouds,
which camo with the evening It was
still high In the West uni' I saw it
would be midnight, oi after, before, wo
got under way I tniild sco the grass
house where it glimmered llko a
warm spot upon tho black lava Onco
I heard Imp's deep voice challenging
tome wafatcr on the deuolato road
Soon 1 foil to dreaming of my love,
but not fur long, before 1 heard tho
bklpper crying fiom below
'Come, now, Dalllnger, como, Anan,
nd let's havo supptr' I've plenty of
work for you fellers tonight, 'nd there
'II be 'no sleep till morn,' cs Myron or
some other fool poet uncc'st said "
It had been child's play up to now,
1 felt the tunsel with Macl.eun was
coming, unless we Vere exceptionally
lucky. It was half past twelve before
and fiirao small plaids arc being used
Tho striped white brilllantlnca are
very effective Thcj arc shown In ulf
lerent combinations of stripes, raised
cords being sometimes Introduced
which emphasize, their persuasive air
of stlc These billllantlnc") derive
.their name from the soft lustrous (In
Ish wlileh Is n sttaugc element of
their attractiveness. In this they re
semble some of the women's shirt
nlt materials, and, Indeed, the de
signs in these whlto shirtings nre.tre plait Tho attached cuffs are of
uotlceabl) like those In the wnsh silks tho same material as the shirt Dress-
of whlih the feminine shirtwaist U'ler shirts hac plaits Intiodnced, gen-
mnuo, miu in uic bur ginguitiiip
As to the shirtings in which colon
Is Introduced, oue rouid not begin to
enumerate even a limited number of
the de-lgns In the new Scotch madras
Stripes prevail, sometimes mere hair
line of color, or single stripes of
equal width at tegular Intorvnls, or
clusters of stripes of unequal width
and ai;lng In number. The blue
hhades never lose their popularity.
They have a clean, cool, summery look
and they arc the most worn Black !
nnd white alwajs looks well nnd is
icpresontod In tho selection of new
uegllgie shirts of ever) well dressed
man this summer The mauve shades
always have an air of good Btlc about
them, there arc a few Dinks, and tho
vogue of green In women's dress has
brought out shirtings striped in
Hires favorite color Tho pongee
tones are similarly transferred from
women's to men's fashions.
The average roan demands a gener-
nl air of good stvlo In his apparel, but
.he never loses sight of the element of
comfoit Consequent!, while there Is j
little likelihood that men will be per-
Cache on Maui.
the moon slipped past tho edge of the
Island ami vanished. It was half an
houi later when Captain Storke said.
Now Anan, you nd Dnlllngor take
that lantern 'ml placo It on the lava,
exactly over the entrance; but don't
lemovo the shade until I chow a light
over the tnffrall."
When wo returned the coast was
solid blatkuess I could see the stay
light of tho 1 lulej on forwaul, astern
tho lantern on the lava made signal
twent feet ubove the sol our vessel
was blotted from right, am! we moved
cniefullt in tho d.ckness. It was near
I) two o'clock wnon Captain Storke
slipped his am hor and tooK tho wheel
Anan and I, with lour of the Chinese
crew who spoke English, stood by for
outers, which werj cautiously given.
"Wo must pass within hall of her,"
laid the skipper in a whlrpcr, as he
tent mo forward, "mi wo can catch tho
wind (list on our tack norwartl."
I uskod nothing, but I guessed he
meant to run for the pon of Kahulul,
wbero the jacht dared not follow, for
fear of seizure, it was n bieathlcss
moment when tho schooners sails fill
ed nnd wo slid through tho darkness,
bearing down on the yacht. Captain
storke handled tho boat so that scarce
I) a sail cieaked. As I stood at my
post. I thought wo were about to crash
Into tho Halrjon amidships; but sud
den! came the skipper's low voice
and we pas d astern by twenty fath
oms As wo glided by Captain Storko's
voice loathed us again, an 1 tho schoo
ner turned In i nose like n thing alive,
and pointed for the north coast of Ho
uakahuu. the brieve taught us astern
i ami wo vveie at onco lost In the shad-
lows of lhat moonless si a
Tin n an act Idt nt happened Sud
dcnl) theie was a chorus of jells, as
our Chinese poured from the fo'castle,
kl-hllng In tlnj voice. Their gam
bling had elided in a sudden row. In
a moment Anan had beaten tnem back,
with another outbreak of glbbeilsh
quite as dangerous for us As I looked
back I saw the jellow tur of light,
that marked tho Halcjon far astern
suddcnl change position and I knew
we were followed. I took my Informa
tion to the skipper nt a Jump, but he
only said, with a chuckle:
"All right, Dalllnger! lm wlllln';
we'll be anchored lu Kahulul nay, by
four o'clock. Damn them heathens,
though' I'd rather got b i.d left Mac
ean dancing under tho lava shelf,
n tinlttni fYit. na trt fttnn blnnpl"
At daylight we made out tho Halcj-
on. hme to on the Haiku sldo of the
Kahulul entrance, but some distance
As Captain Storke i asset! mo
"I hid a very bad attack of La Grippe which laid me
up at a time when I had important case, before the
court. One of my colleagues advised me to try Kicka
poo Indian Sacwa which 1 did. Within 24 hours my
fever was allayed and a ceneral improvement had taken
place. I continued taking Sacwa and in less than two
weeks fully recovered. It toned up my general system
increased my appetite and Improved my digestion. I
am a great believer in Sagwa." Hon. Geo. P. Kelly,
President South End Bar Association, Chicago, III.
SPEEBY CUIK FOR GRIP
The wonderful success of Sagwa is, due to its reaching
the root of disease. That's why It succeeds where other
remedies fall. It Is Nature's own remedy being made of
roots, barks, herbs and gums, and It works quietly end
easily as Nature works. You will begin to be cured
with the first dose and gradually recover the strength
and energy you have lost. Don t hesitate, buy a bottle
today. Remember It is guaranteed to do all we claim or
your money refunded. You take no chance of loss in
tho Kickapoo Indian Remedies. At all druggists.
HODRON DRUG COMPANY
sunded to depart from the long estab
lished custom to the adoption of tho
shirtwaist worn wjthout a coat, ct
the oasc coolness and slmpllclt of
the popular feminine hot weather gar
ment now characterize the mascullno
shirt Plaits have supplemented stilt
bosoms The strictly negligee shirt,
the one the wearing of which Insure
the greatest amount of comfort and
case Is made with absolute simplicity,
plain In the front except for the cen-
icrauy lour on cacn siuc oi ine center
plait The attachid cuffs are of tho
shirt material, but frequently thesu
plaited shirts are made up with at
tached white linen cuffs.
As to tho hot Acather collars, tho
high band turnover Is being discarded
among most men for the lower turn
over. Wing shapes have been fash
ionable for some time past, and are
now considered correct for all forms
Wherever vou congregate, there the
Man-wlth the-Panama hat is consplcu
ously In evidence. The Panama was
rdopted as the fashionable men's hat
last summer, but this season Its vogue
amounts to a craze. Women as well
as men arc wearing it. Panama hats
na-'have been made by the Indians of
! South America for 200 and perhaps 300
or 400 ears, but it Is only in the last
few ears that these hats have been
woven Into a shape that succeeded in
appealing to the popular masculine
llancy The old shape a Circular form
with a crease, like the crease In a pair
of trousers, running through the con-
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ibis glasses, he said wltli an odd
smile: "That feller'u n i.amn fool to
stop on that side, If he'd consulted me
he'd taken the other t-ide Yes,
t'omnme, I'll bet he would have'"
'Wlij, Captain1' I cried, "wh(
then, did hevnehor tncte?'
"'Cause Mad.ean thlnns we're go-
in' straight to Hawaii
I shut mv mouth, knowing somewhat
of human nature, but I began to set
light ns I scanned ie harbor, and
felt the tiades freshen upon my cheek
from the northeast. Wltnln a stone's
throw of our bow, lay the wharves of
the Kahulul rallwav; bevond stood the
shops nnd warehouses of tch port, to
ino rigm ine custom nouse, in ine
distance. Interminable fle'ds of cane,
! silent In the sunlight, and 'urmlng the
great commercial triangle whoso base
was a line drawn through the Haiku
and MuLawao districts. I now saw the
'skippers plan was to run directly to
Honolulu; there we eouU enter with
our enrgo, fearless of tho authorities.
This was one advantage of being In
the local trade, l'or n moment I al
lowed Imagination scope. Had Cap
tain Storke played tho gume before?
I wondered, and still I wonJer; for, to
this day. I do not know. In all prob
ability I shall never hnjw as the
worthy Captain has now been dead
several years, and Anan icmalns si
lent when I question
v"Well. Captain, what's the go' I
don't catch on'" I cried.
'We'ie waltln" for n slant of wind,
m son," he said calmly, with a smile;
" 'nd If my experience s all right,
she'll blow In here about two o'clock.
Yes, damnme, she'll blow in all light'
Then, zip' eh' Dalllngor?
With this he pulled out his pipe,
which, after filling, he returned to hit,
pocket, and we went nelov for a glass
Wo found Anan sitting al tho cabin
table covering a sheet of paper wltn
Say, Anan, stop tha., 'nd come
hero'" cried tho skipper; 'damn fig
terln' up profits, till wo'io alongside
tne wharf in Honolulu It's a bully
thing ver old man sunt Dalllnger this
trip so come here, nd tako a nip 'nd
have bicakfaBt. I wnnter talk with
Our conference lasted .vn hour. It
was agreed that Anan was to sec the
Captain's orders carried out on deck
'while I was to watch tho details of our
Inlan for escape: for the rest wo were
'to depend upon tho schooner's sailing
qualities, which, our skipper said,
tcr of tho crown was tabooed by all
except clderl men
It was only when the Panama made
Its appearance In the tourist shape, n,
modification of the Fedora in Alpine,
that It began to find favor with smart
dressers. Since then it has been stead
ily growing In populat It j until It .s
now the most fashionable man's hat
tor summer wear v
The dented irown, n wider brim and
n band of from one to two inches nro
the characteristics of this summer's
Panama, Mont of the jounger men
ore wearing the Panama with tho brim
bent down in front. It may be only a
gentle llttlo turnover In tho fiont
slightly to the side, or the entire flout
may be turned down.
Next to the manipulation of thtilKilit straw or the tougher sennit fin-
brim Is the way the crown Is dented
in. Homo ot tnc ciowns aro worn inBbout 11-2 Inches wide. Black and
conventional Panama fashion. Tho white horizontally striped bands will
tourist shape has the deep crease ,Uo woru by thoso who like n departure
down tho center, but few men aro sat- ifrom the conventional black, but tho
isfled without an extra dent or two In
the sides. A number of the fashion
able new shapes have decidedly the
air of the Hough Itlder about them.
One Is characterized as the "Cow
Puncher." The ounger men who try
to get uwav as far as possible flora
the conventional arc wearing a som
brero like Panama with tho conical
crown caving In at four places equi
distant on tho circumference Tho
brim Is turned down all around In
fipnt. The vci) broad brimmed Pana
ma with n decided roll and the crown
dented dteplj on top nnd slightly at
the sides, and with a narrow black
ilbbon band, looks well on men of
good weight and rather large build,
were not infeiloi to those of the Hal
Q "If wo can
4 'guns, 'ml kee
keep out o' reach of her
guns, 'ml keep our sails full I lialn t
afraid of ilnamlto, or notliln' else''
bald tho. old man, as no tnumped tho
table and struck n match for bis pipe.
A native bum boat came off nn hour
lated, moie fiom mriosllv, probably,
than foi trade, but tne Captain, who
was well ncqualnteil In Mnul ports,
suld "Hell' fellers, I'm onlj after
paiat; saj. I'm gtiin' ovoi to Walhcc.
tomorrer, 'nd sec If 1 can t buy enough
o' them damned Chinese that furnish
tho plantation tei fill this schooner,
'ml that 'n " ho finished with bis fin
ger toward tho Halcjon.
The lemalndoi of the Ji wo were
it peace and smoked In the shade of
tho cabin, uinlng
'Onte'et 1 knew a feller, who tried
to tun a few hundred pounds nt I'enrl
llai hor. without dividing with the
Maishal of tho Kingdom" said the
old skipper, as his face "aught a rem
I "Well?' snld I
I "Well he's in choke, rorvlng time
for not dlv Idlng "
I gave Anan a swlit lock, but he
said, with a laugh. "It's all right. Itod,
we fixed the whole gang rf parasites
hefoie wo started the business."
' Uh' I exclaimed with a grin, ns
I taught tho humor of the colloqu).
"Damnmo, bojs'" cried tho skipper.
I gutss there's no danger )f cither end
o the poll' o combine, cr Maclean,
catching us In Kahulul harbor! So
)ou fellers might as well get on deck.
'ml look out fcr that slant o' wind.
It's now about lunch timu, 'nd she'll
come along short!).
It was half past two win n tho breeze
reached ifs, over Mallko wn ; It came
straight and steady. Within n quarter
of an hour wo swung around and point
ed for the shallows, well over, so as to
mnke a single tack out We slipped
through the sunlit sea, llko a knife
through quicksilver; suddenly tho
shoal came and the surfnee became
gray We swung swiftly, nnd pointed
lor the deep sen, We now stood to
the northwest Wo weio I, inning close
to the wind to dear llulawa l'olnt.
and leave tin son ow fill Islind to wind
ward Ileforo we lounded Kahuhuloa,
tho Halcjon was astii. Sho camo
along well, but we outstepped her. It
wns now a stern chase.
"That's wbero we fooled .Mad.ean,"
said tho skipper, us ho puffed his brier
loot besldo me ut tho tnffrall; "he oi'
tor nnchoicd t'other Llde, cs I told
"Hut mIic Is gaining, all right," I
said, as I handed him th glass; "she'll
be within reach of us within half an
hour." It was quite a minute before
ho replied, somewhat grimly, t
thought ' tiuess she will, Dalllnger:
guess we'll have tcr depend on jou 'nd
the Mauser, If we como tor close quai
tcrs. Sa. Dalllnger, can you wing a
gunner, If ho's fair 'nd easy?" He look
ed at mo with a queer eort of smile,
as ho asked this; then he puffed ut
1 drew n bieath ns I consldeicd, fin
ally I buld "Yes, Captnln. I think 1
can, ir she don't hit us this sldo a
tiiuiisund metres, nnd kn ck us out of
o watei " ,
Ho smiled at mi) again, but puffed
stolidly ut his pipe, sayin no word In
fact, ho did not oven look at me again.
I rcmcmbvi his unfllo to IhU day; It
was a peculiar, but Inspiring smile,
such ns geneuils send men to death
withal! As for me, 1 slipped below
and tilled my pocket with cartridges
Hy this lime I began to be.lovo In my
own bravery, beciuso nuuthcr hud
shown confidence Ir. me.
' When 1 touched tho deck. Captain
Stoilt. still puffed at his plpo. I stop
ped beitlde him and ho said: "Gues'so,
Dalllnger, we'ie apt to havo a scrap,
'nd I'll bet they use a gun on us, es
Boon's wo get well past tho point of
Molohal 'nd clear away."
In two bonis more we had dropped
the Motul.at lighthouse. The yatht
was now within a tohusand metres.
she waa outsailing us by little.
As I watched with Allan's blnocu
lars, I saw MaiLcan spring forwaid
and uiitovci tho forwaid gun. I could
sue the slouder, black barrel pointing
directly ut us. It was a twopoundei,
at least, und, under my glass, tho
muzzlo tut a sharp, round elide
against the while sail behind I saw
Mucl.can's smile as he elevated the
Many of tho Panamas me finished with
a black band, but those who weal the
Panama In the fnshlon esteemed "cor
led" In London and London it must
be leinembered sets many of the stles
for men's dicss, as Paris does for
women's aio wearing a black an
silk band and turn noun the brim of
tho hat In front. The vogue of green
this Rummer In both men's and wom
en's fashions has Insplrut tho Intio
ductlon of n gieen tlbbon on some of
the ver) latest Panamas
While tho Panama Is the leading hat
for men the sailor hat Is li no means
bnnlshed from popular favor. This
season It has a low crown and hioad
Mnnt nf tlin iinllnr hats arn In Ann
jlshed usuallv with a black ribbon hand
colored bands which had a cot tain fol
lowing in previous cars are not much
seen, except among the college bo)s.
Fashionable walking sticks for men
rite preferably square, having a hook
handle. The sliver or gold trimmings
are of simple elegance; Indeed, thero
Is a noticeable absence of elaborate or
etiavagant uso of metal decoiatlons.
Or the woods, partridge with Its deli
cate hairline innrktngs Is one of tho
most effective, as It Is one of the most
fashionable The squaro stick being
newoi than the conventional lound
cane Is rather In the leudlng nl
( thought walking sticks that aro untie
nilahly fashionable me round Par
gun then I knew he aimed at oui rig
glut, it seemed like n mental lapse,
then I hea id tin wull of the shell to
our light. The duugei was tlose but
I only smiled, us un egotist mat, he
foie wounding .The slit II oxplodtd
Itrt metres seaward, but It inado me
wink us It tossed a column of water
woiks Into tho nlr nnd the iron flag
inets flew at ross our bow '
I diopped behind the rail and watch
nl tho other gun Suddenly n foim
inso behind It, nnd I fired It sank
aiEiiln with a convulsive movement,
haul to describe but dead tomes sol
It wns fu..y ten minutes before thsy
ventured again, then I was blinded by
the explosion of n shell twenty feet
nbovo me the concussion landed tho
Captnln upon the deck at my side.
When he scrambled up, he cilcil
' (Jol'ei do better 'nd that. Dalllngci "
(To be Continued.)
Ouciul A. W. f!redy, chief of tho
United States signal scivlce, Is on his
wit to Alaska to supervise tho build
ing of Co. eminent telegraph lines
PROBLEMS FOR THE
All communications to this column to bo addressed to Chess Editor, Sun
da llulletln, P. O. Box 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach tho editor before Thursday noon of each week.
To Correspondents: In Problem No. 58, a whlto pawn was omitted at
Q II 7, permitting mute on the move.
Solution of Problem No. 57 lecelved fiom V. Weed, J. Roscnstcln, 1 Kt
(J II r,
PROBLEM NO, 59.
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21 KtxP(l) '24 QxKt
25 Q- It 4 23 P Kt 4
2 Q It 5 20 Q K2
27 I'-KM 27 Q Kt 2 (m)
28 It- K Kt 28 P 11 4
29 P X P 2!) K II Q B
30 Kit q 3D BxP
trldge wood Is frequently carved
Bnuaie and given the Jointed effect of
bamboo The silver trimmings on
these partridge sticks ate very taste I
fully applied taking the rorm oi me waisicuai n " " -
nlates. cans. Hues, inlaid bands or tho .think himself of Ills belt. Tho most
oiled body of a serpent "
Sumatra bamboo Is the name ot n
nii wrind of a Implv loililhih brown
used for walking sticks which have
Just been added to the displays at the
tittin rnhlnnnb1c Jewelers Theso aio
square with squaro hooks finished
with a silver cap of simple elegance,
or tho cntlio hook may be of silver.
Smartly appearing canes arn of
bamboo colored grn. They aroVfln
Ished with a lluted silver cap on the
e;ul of the hook, or n scries or narrow
tem oi ine nouh, tir n seriuu ui uuuun
silver rings by way of added oinamen-
a . i
r renin oau in ubcu lor erj i'ii-rhiu
ond pxcIukUo sticks upon which the
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lasmonauio jowciers lay great stress,
It Is a lovely deep brown, rough wood
which Is extremely effective when sur-
mounted by n burnt Ivory or stng horn
handle, llurnt Ivory Is used with nr-
.. .. . . . .. ...,
iisiic eneci ror nannies oi canes iuis
season. Tho new burnished copper
with ornamental applications of sll-
ver also figures In the handles ot
fashionable sticks. Gun metal makes
.... ... ...-.-.-, I
njnsn cane nanuics. "i-auuoci i mo wnuc uuit in mu "" -
btlcks" covered with i:ngllsh pigskin lion will bo worn with the white out
arc a novelty. They aro cither squaro Ing suit. It Is smart finished with el-
oi lounii anil plainly mounted wuu
sliver Ash sticks havo a summery
look. These are used In the natural
effect cither tho stiatght stick or with
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croon lop, Kiimeiimes peueciij piam
oi slmpl) mounted with sllvei plate,
cap. bamls, or serpent These canes
Ancnl the almost total extinction ot
the gloat bais that n few Jears ago
made Wall street trailing a thing ot
such vigor and plrturcsquencss, a con
versation on the Stock Exchange floor
a few d.is ngo containing a stoiy of
James It. Keene and Washington 12.
Connor, when they were two of tho
most noted bull-hatters of the street.
At the time spoken of, Connor w.-n
the guest of Mr. Keene ja the latter-
country place. The t-o wcie walking
over the line grounds in the early evpu
Ing admiring the beauties of the earl
twilight scene, and Incldentully talk
ing business now and then.
Suddenly Keene grasped his friend a
arm and pointed to tho moon that was
majcstlcnllly soaring up Into the heav
ens and mantling the earth In a sil
very sheen. 1 1
"Hcaiitifut moon rising thcie" said
"Yep," replied Mr. Connoi, and then
in a fit of abstraction added: "Hut It's
iuu nib", itcciicj iuu niHoi .e-t
31 P B4 31 q qua
32 B x II 32 q B 5, o
33 Resigns n)
(a) II K Instead Is answered h
q II 4 and advantage for White.
(b) P x tlj B x P and Black's game
(c) Tairasch sas B K 3 leads to
a draw, Tho text Is leading to com
plications. (d) A stiong move. Black Is com
pelled to free his game and post his
men to advantage.
(u) This move compels White to dc
lend the Pawn with his King side
Pawns, P x P, B x P; B x II, II x B
and Black's game Is good.
(I) q K Is not as good.
(g) This move prepares Blacks' at
tack. (10 Whlto wuuts to get his Rooks
Into play for u King side attack
(I) The two Bishops aro getting
(J) Loses a plfce by trying to pre
vout p x P; P x P, I) x P, etc
(10 A pawn fill inovo with u win
(I) if II x q II P, B-R 3 ch; K K
2, q It 3 ch winning Knight, If P
Kt 5, B x I1; nnd It x P cannot be pre
vented. lm) Preparing P B 4.
(n) If K q 4, mate follows In ten
moves, and If K K 2, B B 6 ch; K
11 and White loses his queen,
isO especially with the homespun suit
and Panama hat.
With tho season of tho shedding or
fashionable belt for masculine wear
itnis summer in nanui.-i.i...j ...
. i il ..... nil tnntina nnil
Inch, or, at tho most, an inches nnd
one quarter Tho black belt leads. It
Is moit fashlnnablo in uunaio, wnicn
Is a novelty thl summer, walrus,
Rial, moiocco, and the smooth black
saddle leather. Patent Itathor bells
are shown, hut their popularity Is dc
cldedlj a thing of tho past.
The buckles nro of gilt, gun metal,
silver and nickel This summer the
gilt buckle seems to have the Nad.
khi uuvnm n.v,,n ... ..-
The newest tvpo of fashionable belt Is
...! 1.. -.... nn In ft li U?Ma Tilth
una ui mai-h whuo an in-i ". ......
hquarc pjcletB nnd long oblong gilt
uuuim, uuhjk wi"" vw.vi
square tongue. Hells aro made to or-
.. , .. ... J l ... ...tit. imM tilinliljit,
ner iiy me jeneie-in mm " u...o
for tho man who wears a $30 or $40
The tan belt will bo worn with tho
homespun mixtures, tho law of har-
.- J- ...,.,-. .....It. In ell
mony in coior wiui.ii inin "
good dressing dictating Its selection
with a suit In any shade of brown,
Tho tan belt Is fashionable In pigskin
with gold buckle and In tan calf.
m. ...... ...1. I.. 1.1.1 .. t .M
inor a gin or wnuc ic-auiui-cu.cicu "
white enameled buckle. Among the
novelties In belts for men may bo not-
nl one of while kid with blaclc Btltch-
. ., i t.i. ttft... ii.
ing nun gun ineiui intuitu-, n h nh
but klos nro used, tho stitching Is !
UnOM TUB CONTINENT THO
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FIUNCJJOfc.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
nly THREE DAYS to Culcaigo.
Only FOUR DATS to New Tor,
fiJIanm Palate Sleepers. Buffet, Bmoku
tmj and Library Cart, with Barkl
Vkop and Pleuast Reading Room,
Dining Cars (Meals a-l-erU).
Free Reclining CbaJra.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I. U. LOTHROP, General Agent.
ltl Third street, Portland, Orcgoa.
H W. HITCHCOCK, General Agant.
Kb. 1 Montgomery St.San FraadatM
a. h. hOUAX, O. P. Jb T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska,
KING STREET LINE.
Walklkl to Town and Palama Cars
leave Walklkl at 5:43, 0:00, 6:16 and
0:30 a. m., and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 11:00 p. m. Tba
11:15 and 11:45 p. m. go to Rlflo
Rifle Range (Pawaa) to Town Cara
leavo Pawaa at 5:04, 6:04, 6:19 and
0:34 a. m. and every 15 mlnutet
thereafter until 11:19 p. m.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Palama
Cars leavo at 6:18, 6:18, 6!33 and
0:48 a. m , and at 15 minute Intervals
thereafter until 11:33 p. m.
Palama for Town and Walklkl Cara
leave at 5:08, 6:38, 5:63 and 6:08
a. nt., and every 15 minutes thereaft
er until 10:23 p. in.; then at 10:53
p. m. Tho 11:08 p. m, from Palama
runs to Pawaa only, except on Sat
in da s, when it goes to Walklkl.
Fort and King Sts. Corner for Walklkl
Cars leavo at 5:27, 5:67, 6:12 and
6: 27 u. m , and at 15 minute Intervals
thereafter until 10:42 p. m.; then at
11:12 p. in. Tho 11:42 p. m. goes to
Pawaa only, except on Saturdays,
when It runs to Walklkl.
Pawaa to Walklkl Cars leavo at 6:26
a. m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 10:36 p. m.; then at 11:26 p, m.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU
Punahou Stables to Town and Valley
Cars leavo Punahou Stables at
6:30 n. m. for town only, and for
Town and Valley nt,G:40, 6:B0, 6:10,
0.20, 6.40, 7:00 and 7:20 a. a., and
thereafter at tho oven hour, at 10
minutes and at 30 minutes past the
hour until 10:10 n. in.
Oahu College for town and Valley-
curs leave ui u;au, u:bO, 7:10 and
7:40 a. m , nnd thereafter nt 20, 40
and 60 mlnuis paat each hour until
9:60 p. m.
Fort and Queen Sts. Corner for Nuu-
anu Valley Cars leavo at b:15 a. bv
and ovcry 10 minutes thereafter un
til 10.35 n. u.
rfuuanu Valley to Town Cars leave
.Miuanu at u:iu, g:30 and 6:50 a. m.,
and at Intervals of 10 minutes there
after until 10.50 p. m.
Fort and Queen 8ts. Corner for Puna
hou CarB leave nt 6:06, 6:25, 6:4D
and 7:05 a. ni , and overy 10 mlnuteo
thereafter until 11:05 p. m. The earn
leaving at 5, 35 and 45 minutes past
tho hour run to Punahou Stables;
those leaving at 16, 25 and 65 min
utes past tho hour run to Oahu Col
lege. Tho last ear for Oahu Collcgo
leaves town at 9:26 p. m.
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