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EVENING nUIAnTIM. HONOLULU, T. II., BATimDAY, MAR. 80. 10119.
HELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
J WANTD "j JTUK JALi,
fl.incKo iiinlu ntnl female help Btip-
Sitlpil pinmptl) fin nny work 1128
Iiiltin HI Phone r.7! 1239-lm
N Srhurmann. llonrs 8-9 a. m.j
- ,4-G Ji in. 221 Emma Hanaro.
Inc home in Makiki District. House
contains 4 bedrooms.
SiR-room, dining-room, etc. Scr-
' Mliio n fmntmr nt 1il"i . 1.. -
lltil it ftlUllMlb ui W HWtr UY IV
aepin ot uu lect.
shop Trust Co. Ltd.
NO. 924 BETHEL STREET
Mm & co, lm.,'
AGENTS TOR THE i
12CG Fort St.
Mr. and Mrs
INO, and other
444 KING ST.,
I The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
avc MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
lanufaciured from pure distilled wa
.j delivered to any part of city by
- HI ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
juecn Street : : : : : : Honolulu.
ft. Philips & Co.
Wholesale Importers nd Jobbers
AM ERICA M SRY GOODS.
FORT and CL'IC 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Hcture Framing a Specialty.
(I 563 S. BERETANU ST.
0N0LULU IRON WORK'S
I Improved and Modern SUGAR MA-
HINERY of every capacity and de-
drintion made to order. Boiler work
m RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
mrposes a specialty. Particular at
ftntion paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
WJ WlJll'.H I'lAINUH.
THAYEH PIANO C"
IBS HOTEI, STftEKT.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
ilia I'mtur) Hunuliilit wire Ild
Co, 12B0 Al.iiml St. Telephone
fee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
The Very Latest
LAWN, IRISH FABRIC, AND
Poplin sells for 50c a lh ;
Envelopes. 125 in a 75c box.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St., near P. 0.
For Wnlanao, Wnlalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m , 3:20 p. m.
For Peat I City, Ewn Mill and Way
Stations 17-30 n. n, 9:15 n. m,
11:05 a. in, 2MS p. in, '320 p. m,
5:15 p. m, 19:30 p. m., fll:00 p. m.
Tor Wnhlawa 9:15 . m. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Kahuku,
Wulalua and Walanao 8:30 a. m,
.5:31 p in.
Arrive In Honolulu from Evva Mill
and Tearl City 17 46 a, m, 8:3ri
a, m., 10:38 n. n . l:4n p. m, M:31
P m, 5:.11 p m. '7:30 p m
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 a. m. and 5,ai p. m.
t Ex, Sunday.
t Sunday Onlv
The II ilelvva I linllcd a twohonr
tinlli nnl tlisl ilium tickets hon
ored) hnes lluiniliilii uvery Sutidn)
hi X 21 a m ri'iii-nliiK, arrives In
Honolulu in i 10 p m The Limited
mniw m I n IV r' ( (ty and Wnlanae
I ! iiFN.fiS If 0. BMITH.
Your machine will be ready for
vou when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autosj we repair
Von Hamn,- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
At a Discount
are ju-t as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I no work I do it neht not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
Alwavs on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try. Eggs. Fresh Butter and Cheese1.
8am Wo Meat Go,,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNC TIM. Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu: Tel 272.
FACTORY at Iwllei; Tel. 430.
NECK ORNAMENT FOR
AUBURN HAIR QIRL3.
A rtil ImmiiIciI girl was seen nt the
theater In n nick nniiiucnt ko fetch
Iiir (hut It promises to lie copied liy
mnti) girls w lilt rudd) locks nml the
exquisitely white skin lli.it rocs Willi
The girl, who hail n beautiful throat
nml necklong, slender and of lovoli
tcxturo had colled nriiiind her thront
n acriunt mado of glistening green se
quins, with o)os of Jade. The opalcs
cent green tints brought out the cold
In the girl's hair, made licr c)cs scenj
bluer and her nkln dazzling,
Another neck -ornament, worn by a
second redheaded Klrl, nan not so
plenrlng It was ono of tho now dog
collars of peed pearls that look so well
on certain t)pes npd ho trying on
others The girl In question had a
short, thick neck, whoso bad points
weie emphnslzed by tho broad collar
Such an ornament should only he
worn by the Klrl of swan llko throat.
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
Certain meats are so closely allied
to certain occtnlilrn ob Is tho onR
meter ilnxology to "Old Hundred To
ttcparatc them sccniB almost desecra
tion Thus stoned chicken without mat.li-
cd potatoes and pork without npplo
sauro loio hnlf their zest.
I rled nnloiifl fairly crj aloud for n
Juicy beefsteak and roist beef with
out potntocs browned under tho meat
neier tastes quite tho same.
Potatoes aro an nccommoilntliig tort
of H'getnble. They aro good with all
meats, though their dlKestlhlllt when
pencil more than oneo a day Is quca
tlonabto. With roast meats, sweet potatoes
are appropriate, lis are squnsli, lomr
toes, nKpainRiis and stewed onions
Ilakcd macaroni Is n flttlne ncconi'
panlmcnt to n roast, so aro brussols
sprouts and tcillopcd or creamed
Turnips, carrots, parsnips anil cab-
b.iKe aro Kcncrnlly eaten with boiled
meats, whllo peaB, beets, beans, corn
and tnmatocB are Rood with cither
boiled or roasted meats
Itlce should bo pencil with stewed
chicken. Iloast duck demands both
apple snuco and stowed onions. Tur
key without cranberries would bo iib
lost ns cnlHoii without cuiraut Jelly.
Celery should neer bo oml.ltcd
when senliiK poultry nnd Is an Inva
riable accompaniment of soup. It Is
specially Rood for tho nencs and Is
flltliiRlj Bened with all meals.
Squabs nml all Kamo hao Icttuco
with IVcnch diossliiR served with
them and lettuce must bo eaten with
It is no longer correct to Bono more
than two veRclnblcs with tho ment
course, though with poultry cranber
ries are counted as an extra
A tfEW FAD.
Ono of tho newest fads In cntciiirlu
Ing ut luncheons, teas, etc. Is to en
RaRo tho services of n woman who Is
cloor at reading fortunes by ten
At a Rlrls' tea part) last week this
amusement wns tho greatest hit of tho
uftcrnoon and now this woman Is In
great demand nt girl graduating func
tions, lunch parties, etc, and. In fact,
nny time or placo whero women con
Rrepato mor tho tea cups nnd dcslro
it nocl nmuscmont.
HOLES IN STOCKINGS.
To keep holes from rubbing In stock
ings, tnke n piece of ulvet, cover It
with gum and place In tho back of all
new shoeB Any of tho woll known
ccmcntB ureil to mend china will kocp
tho clot firmly stuck to the leather.
USEFUL COTTON TAPE.
A long white cotton tapo Is useful
In the laundry.
Pin Binall article's to It, throw thu
tapo over tho clothes lino In tho ard.
and thus aold standing In tho jurd to
pin encn a'ticlo to tho line
TO BAKE POTATOES BY GAS.
Potatoes can be baked on an ashes
tns mat on top of the gas stove If cov
ered with a tin pudding pin.
They must be moro carefully watch
ed than thoso baked In tho oen, but
tho plan saves gas.
FROWNS MAKE WRINKLES.
Evory llttlo frown helps to mako a
wrinkle deeper; oory unpleasant look
leaves its mark on tho face Ono of
tho best methods to avoid wrinkles
la to cultivate a happy disposition
DRUGGISTS VANILLA CHEAPER.
It Is a good plan to buy nnllla
from the druggist nt wholesale. It Is
cheapci, and Improves with being
Tunics of chiffon in bhndes a tilflo
darker than tho dross material aro
noted among tho Binart Imported
drcsBCB It Is often a color at least
three shades darker and somewhat
It h still positively asserted fiom
over tho water thnt sleeves really will
luiualn long nml tight. '
OF HELP AND VALUE.
Drown cookies In broiler when using
Use simmering burner for poupi, iiot
loasts, etc, boiling U'getablcs on top
nf tho same u-sscl.
When using tho oen put all la It
It will hold, meats, putalocs, apples,
Cook dried fruits ou top of the fur
Doll beans In the furnace browning
them the Inst half hour In the men
Cook (Hit roast, soup nnd stews on
the ledgo of the furnace Stnrt cereals
and ej;ctnl)lcs on the rss nnd finish
In the liny box. Meats can also he
eoolcd In this way, Kiting plcntj of
ttmo nnd reheating during the process
Sno water frpm U'gctables and
some of tho tcgctnbles themsehes for
MMip. (lralos added to Ihise uUI
make enough soup for four people,
which may be strengthened b) an egg
FASHION'S LATEST MANDATES.
The charming little bridge coal
which Is slipped on over any sliuplo
evening gown Is an exceedlnglj smart
dre-ss ncecsBOry. Very lino Irish cm-
diet lace Is an ndinlrable choice for
this garmont Ono gown of rose petal
pink satin had bodice and slcocs of
finely tucked chllfon In the same pnlo
tint. Tho sleeves were slashed up
tho center and hound with sliver rib
lion Two tiny bows of sliver held tho
sleeve together along tho outor nrm.
Tho coat was of Irish crochet and was
laced across tho front with wide silver
ribbon, tho ends of which were finish
ed with silver tassels.
In the spring showing there seems
to bo no diminution of ixipulnrltv In
tin) lino of JahotB and other fluffy
neckwear. It Is said, and it Is doubt
less true, that the Dutch neck will re
main tho first favorite In tho eves of
the summer girl, but when bhe Is
forced by stem ncceSBlty to wear tho
high collar with' her tailored suit alio
will turn to tho hand embroidered and
slightly tinted bow llnon, or she will
wear a graceful arrangement ot baby
Washable tullo predominates for thu
numnicr blouse, nnd la predicted for
'"best dresses" for the llttlo children.
Tho tullo Is arranged separately over
palo pink or bluo slips, and tho er
prettiest among them aro simple to a
degree hatld tucked, without trim
mlngi nnd as washable as one's hand
A recent French joko, planned to
eliminate tho lower collar line, wns so
cut that collar and joko were ono
pleco of firm tulle, with tiny hand
tucks let In pcriicndlcularly around
tho collar, and radiating from thcro
down into tho joko. whero thoy grad
ually sloped out Into the plain mato
Quo of the new French toques Is
tormed the "Mario Antoinette" It Is
niniln flf Kflft Ull-.tur ill olilrrmt lll.urt..
sntln trimmed hnlf way to tho high
rrown with a wreath of handmailo tln
loses mixed with gold ones.
In ncckwenr all stjles will bo seen,
nnd the Dutch neck, tho high-boned
stock, thu turnover linen collars. In
Eton nnd Dutch stjles, and also tho
Piccadilly and tho muflled stock will
"PjlfTed out veiy full at the back '
Is tho Paris decno for thy hair. The
puning is nccompiisiied li a wlro cage
HPW TO APPLY POWDER
SO IT WILL NOT RUB OFF.
If a woman washes ixiwdcr from her
fare before going to bed, so tho pores
aro not clogged over night, its appll
cation will do no harm alwajs pro
vldlng tho cosmetic contains no In
jurious lugiedleiit. Man) face pow-
dors, honovci aro mado with load or
bismuth, which Is affected by tho at
mosphere, bo tho skin Is discolored
Talcum Is undoubtedly ono of th'o
safest cosmetics that can bo used, foi
It Is cooling and simple
No powder should bo used whon
stnlo und thobo'mado from rlco, stnieh,
Ac, will hi? Irritating, and havo tho
capacity to corrndo when old. Sti It
la nlivavs best to bii) them in small
quantities from rcllablo shops, A
pleasant wa) of scenting them Is to
keep n stick of orris root'ln the Jar.
Persons whoso skin Is extreme!)
dry need to put ou an under coating
If the powder Is to remain on. For
this coating a teaspoonful uf gl)ccrlno
to half a pint of roso water Is excel
lent. For uao this Is put on and quick
ly dried off, and tho powder evenly
Liquid substitute for powders com
mend themaelves Mionglv to maiiv'
persons, and' under somo conditions
havo advantages. For lustanco, the
Tho Maieh Outlook teports tho
North, American Cotucrwitlon Con
ference which convened nt Washing
ton In February nt the Invitation of
Representatives fiom Canada and
.Mexico met with leprcscntntlves of
the United States and the National
Conservation Commission. President
llciosevelt outlined as the purpose of
the Confcicncc the consideration of
"mutual Interests Involved In the
conservation of natural rcpourccs'
and the preparation of a general
plan adapted to promote the vvi-lfarc
of the nations concerned '
The linltntlon was eordlalt) ac
cepted, llegular session were held
morning nnd afternoon for three
d.i)s Perhaps the most forceful ftn
turc of the President's address Is
found In the follow lug words:
"With nations whose boundaries
lunrdi along a great extent of land
Imntlcr ns with Cnnndn, the United
States, and Mexico, thcro uic uci
snrll) large tracts of land In which
the welfare of the people depends not
only upon tho action of ono country,
but of the neighboring ronntrv This,
of couise. Is especially true whcic
our streams are concerned You
cannot cut down the forests on the
headwaters of an International
stream without having it hurt both
nations I am anxious to do all that
In mo Ilea to help ou gentlemen in
getting our several peoples to come
together with the Idea of working in
l-nrmnn) for the common good In
stead of working eacli to get some
thing ut the expense of tho other.
Ultimately each of us will profit lm
mcasurahh if. Instead of striving to
advance b trampling down the oth
er, each strives to advance by Join
Ing with the other for tho common
President Roosevelt expressed a de
termination to call n woild confer
ence to meet next September at The
Solid silverware worth hundreds of
dollars was stolen from the summer
home of Martin II Sheldon nt Sunield.
Conn. Mr Sheldon Is the father of
Mrs J Ogden Armour of Chicago
it it X- it it it it it it it it it it it
Inst longer and at night give n satis
fartor) finish to the complexion Hut
one fact nln)B to bo remembered
when using them is that the) must bo
put on with extreme care and even
ness, othervvlro thcro will bo patches
of white, which spoil one's looks.
Tho klmplest liquid Is comprised of
ono ounce of puiu oxide of zinc, a
dram of gl)ccrlne, four ounces of rose
water and flf teen drops of tssence of
rose To mix, tho gl)corluu Is very
slowly poured over tho zinc, stirring
all tho time to keep n smooth paste
Tho roso wuter follows, added In tho
saino manner. Tho essence goes Inst.
When bottled, there will bo a white
sediment at the bottom und the pie
paratlou must always bo shaken be
fore any Is put on the face la apply
ing n hit of muslin or linen should he
GEARY-STREEr ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A OAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
q A niw downtown hotil. Still md
ttlok slruotura. Furnlthid it a cost ot
$150,000. Eiitf comfort aid conionl
onto, On ear linos tranttorrlnp, to all
ills ot city. Omnibus moota ail trains
and stumers. .,
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
Old-st)le straight Ken
tucky Ilotirbon. Conti
nental was tho favorlto
ot the Southern gontiy
of "befoah tho war" po
rlod. 'A good, honest,
friendly old whiskey ."
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
Aoveriltementi Under thlj HcaJlnnl Advertisements Under this Headlnfl
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad One Cent Per Word Each Da. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than vertltements Inserted for Less Tlin
Ten Cents. I Ten Cents
fining man us iiKslst-int booker per
peiminelil position .miuipim
A-l.' Ilulletln oltlre 4 J0-tf
Even body to mnko money by plant
ing cocoa mils Inquire for plants,
ilox 102 I.lliue, Kauai. 4190-tf
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Hltuatbu b reliable lap.ineso man.
will do cooking and I iiindrv Ad
dress Mali linninto t III t ofllre
Ladles & cents' clothing boonht. will
... .. -. i
can, spot casu. iviu .Nuuanu si.
PILCS CUHCD IN O TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guarantecrl
to cure any case of Itching, Mind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
fWMf IM4 1470 24tJrWBtpKt DtTVnf COLO
The Ideal Floor-Covering for
HALLS, BATH, AND
BED ROOMS, OFFICES, AND
The only sanitary, durable
floor covering thnt is not hard
on the feet. We have it in
PLAIN COLORS, GRANITES,
INLAIDS, AND PRINTS.
(Special prices on the Prin
ted Grades.) '
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST. PHONE 775.
New Rubber Tires
Irish Mails, etc.
Coyne Furniture Co,,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
tapas, baskets, mats.
Hotel near Fort.
Wah Ylng Ghonec 8o.
King Slrett, Ewa of Fishmnrket.
DRY GOODS AND niRNISHINfl
GOODS of EVERY DE-
1 mo llasollno Knglnr- 15 II P., com
plete running order steady, relia
ble, ccnnotnlr.il tun be seon.nt fac
tory of Honolulu Wire lied Co,
1250-125U Alnpnl St 42r,9-lf
llugg), harness, and mare, very
Blllsh, fust, perfect!) sound. Ad
dress "Nero, Ilulletln ofhVe.
New!) furnished front room, only i
a week. Apply J-'SO Fort St.
Two furnished rooms Apply Mtb.
D MeConncll, Hi" Kniina St.
Housekeeping rooms. Apply "00 ()u.ir-
... C - l..nl
iy oi. .i"i"".
Two furnished rooms,
HEAI. ESTATE EXCHANOE.
Wo have over 100 lots for aalo lu all
parts of tho city. Improved nnd
unimproved, business sites,
residence sites nnd farming
sites, for prices ranging from
$50 to J30.000; somo for cash
sales, some for Installment
sales and somo for exchange.
Wo havo over CO homes for salo. locat
ed In every resldcnco section
of tho city, and suburbs; alt
comfortable, porno elegant, on
various terms; some for spot
cash, somo on installment piy
incuts, somo for exchange, nnd
some for part cash and part
mortgago on easy terms.
Wo can nrrungo to build houses on tho
installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by responsible
Wu havo n number ot good exchange
Wo rent houses and mny locate
We havo tight or ten prospective buy
ers on our lists nt present;
perhaps )ou havo Just -tho
placo that would suit ono of
them. Como and seo us.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
A V HEAR, Managor.
Ukuleles, Hawaiian Musio, Postals,
100 Different Views of the Islands,
Souvenir Playing Cards.
A Beautiful Souvenir Fook of the
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sts
Solar Heaters. 30 to 100 cation en.
t no city. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 600
(gallon capacity. French Ranges, ilz
,e 4 ft. to 10 ft. for brick setting.
Range closets and seats suitable' for
Ipse in schools or plantations. Sheet
iMe'al Work and Plumbing,Estimates,
.Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST.
I Ety-'Tor Hnt" cards on tale at
the Bulletin office. . ,