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l!!-'.!-. '.'VT.KjOirfTTCfl 'f'P $ 'uibvmimvuanm, Honolulu, t. h Saturday, oct. ao, iacs.
Mnio. Lambert from l'arls will open
Ihls mouth a bcIuio) (or joung In
dies who deslte tn know how to
make their own dresses. Harri
son Dlock. llei'Ltnula and Kurt,
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapal St. Telephoue
Duiienbcrg & Farrar, Architects, 82
C3 Alexander Young Hulldlng.
HUl.LKTIN ADA PAV "
Wo make rubber stamps cf every description
guarantee satisfaction. Best quality of rabbcr used.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
. Alexander Yoanj; Eldg.
HIGH-CLASS FAFEB-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND OENERAL PAINTINO.
8PEAK FOB THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE St7.
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET ' . PHONE 295
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale,
'"'fir r 1M
Maloti, the celebrated Indian Chiro
podist, removes corns painlessly
and permanently. Territory
House, S4C So. King St. 4H3-1W
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Pauahl Sts. Call up
phone 667 it you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio,
175 Dcrctnnln. i'hono 33.
i re Sinn Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith, Bt.. bnt. Hotel and PsuSlil
Approved by the War Depart
ment as the Regulation Legging for
the Officers of the U, S. Army and
Its Advantages over all others:
the muscles of the lower part of the
legs strengthens wearer, lessens fa
tigue, gives ankle free action go-
in to ,noi over ii.
only two buckles, no buttons; quick
ly put on and off.
made of one piece of Pigskin, mould
ed to the lee;' no seams to rip, al
ways holds its shape; displaces all
being porous, the perspiration evap
orates, leaving the leg dry.
Regal Shoe Store,
Corner King arid'Bethel. '
A few pajicr clips aro Invalualito
In the sewing basket, fur they may
hold together scraps, pieces of pat
terns anil bits of lace.
If the tin cads" by which pillow
rasc3 should be maikcd for cutting
uro drawn the cases will not have
the uneven side seam that makes
The combination corset cover Is
made of French lawn, prettily decor
ated will) tucks .nnd vnlciiclcnnes
luce. The bending Is sufficiently
wide to use with wide ribbons. The
ribbons havp tinsel ends, making
them carter to laco through tho ma
terial. When making buttonholes In ma
terial nhvHjs choose ?i thread twen
ty numbers coarser than that which
jou would naturally use In Hint ma
terial, For Instance, If you nro sew
ing u plcco of material with No. 80
cotton 5 on can work the buttonholes
with No. CO.
Dainty baby carriage covers for
summer use nro inndo from lino white
dotted Swiss. The design Is so sim
ple that any person who can sew
could fashion one. To make such n
covering ono and one-halt ynids of
jwltlo material or two yards of nnr-
rov win be necessary and thrco and
on half yards of Insertion lace. The
o'j. ,ig covor Is cut the desired size,
th i neatly licmmcd. The rest of
tl a goods Is cut Into sttlpes to mnko
tho rulTlo. Ono edge Is hemmed, tho
otior gathered unci (ho Insertion laco
Is used to connect runic.
Useful enscs for darning cotton
aro made simitar to those for hold
ing spool thread. Cut two circular
pieces of card-board, not quite five
Indies In riinnicter. Cover these on
both sides with some pretty cretonne
or silk, slipping a little sachet pow
der under tho Interlining. Now
place between the two covered pieces
three spools of darning cotton ono
cash of white, tnn and black equl-
,' distant from each othor and the edge.
runcture holes so that the spools
may be held in place by threading
ribbon back and forth. Tlo the ends
of tho ribbon in n bow nnd tho enso
In cutting garments It Is some-
lines nioro rnpld to fustcn the pat-
tern In place by means of weights
man by pins
faoino ihunib tncks, such as artists
and draftsmen use. will bo found nn
Invnliuble help In the sewing room.
ion will need them to fasten long
gores o't slippery silk to jour lap
board or cutting table.
Tho long slinin. whother inado or
handkerchiefs nnd put together with
u.hi3 ui iiiuriion, or oi a single oi. -
..ng piece ot linen, aro less trouble ln tho-very field It hus always claim
to keep In position on tho pillows ,i ,,. uu ,,.. Mn .m, i,i ,v,..
than tho old-fashioned shams lu two
To even dress goods nt one end
fold tho goods lMckwn.nl, bringing
i ne scivngcs ingctlicr on each side,
crvnso across nnd ott will havo' u
Btralght lino by which to cut. When
straightening wldo sheet mnterlul
lay the muslin on tho Moor.
A great amount of cross-bnr goods
U used In women's underwear, ljo
Ing so durable, it is highly recom
mended. There nro medium heavy
kinds and ono vnrlcty more dressy
because of the sheer material. This
Is, sti ango to bay, usually einbiold-
ji-n-ii, iiiuioiigii uigntgowns nro usual-
Hags for dauclng parties nro most
tractlvcly mado of dainty ribbon, In
tho form of u tiny bag. which holds
powder and puff ball, whllo tho hot
turn on thu uutsldo has a mirror, hold
In place by u shirred piece of rib
bon-covered cnrdboaid which forms
the Insula of tho bag.
Light-weight cotton crepon. lawn.
madras or plquo would bo suitable,
for an Inexpensive ono-pleca dress.
It should bo finished with shoulder
cmplecemciits to represent brctelles.
tlio points being gathered and held
In nt the bust lino and back wild iim
bib top of the front ond back panel.
A diess of this kind can bn nlalnlv
niade. or, If mado of a good crailo
of linen, it could bo wutached, which
would 'make It suitable for fdressy
Ho you know Hint few children's
i hoes nro puipurly fitted?
A child docs not know enough to
toll anything iibout thum, except that
thuy nro too tight.
Thero aro other faults In thoes than
They mny bo n good enough shapo
ns shoes, but not tho shnpo of tho
Email foot which thoy uro Intended to
Ill-flttlng shoes nro responsible for
many n childish 111,
Unreasonable) fatigue, bad cnrrlniw
nervousness nnd pains In tho limbs
nro all traceable to this cause.
While It Is illlllcult to mako suro
tha( tho ready-mado shoo Is perfect In
this respect, It Is ns llttlo as ono can
do, ln buying shoes for children, to
study tho shnpo of their feet and buy
us carefully an possible
Keer let n child wear hhoes that
aro imcomfortaJilo If It can possibly
li avnl. U'i.
Hotter economize more rigidly In
jsomo other direction.
SLIGHT CHANGES IN HAT STYLES
in hats the blacks predominate
this season mid browns nro very
mengcrly dlsplaved. Orajs uiv well
consldctcd fioin the general popu
larity of that color In outer gar
ments. Dark wine, purples and
blues In roll hats arc .widely shown,
but they cut hordly lie given any
decided position In the narrow con
fines of the hat shades for this fall.
In London many ccccntilc Inno
vations aro being disclosed for fill
mid some will II ml tholr way to thlt
shore, but we Americans nro mine
radical tn our hat fashloiui than any
other nationality, Ucrmany, Kug
France, Italy nud Switzerland have
sent us many novelties In hendwear,
but whenever they" luivo been de
cided departures from the conven
tional, our hot dressers have alvvn)s
dlFrcgnrdcd them. Not only In hots, I
though It Is itioio maikcd In (his
feature, tbu American U developing
an Individuality In dic:s that Is lit'
uniilng less luIUuii:cil each sens u
by what they mo wcnilng nbiond.
Those who fashion our hcadwc.ir
dictate for this tcasou stiff hats m
from C to 5 U -Inch crowns, and 1
to l'Vi-lncli brims. The domes of
these hats uro fully ovul-shapcd nud
the bilnis decidedly curled. The ten
dency Is toward smaller shapes.
D'Orsay shapes with llattcned top,
medium set ami wide .blading, mil
much In vogue for mlddjp-nged men.
Most of the soft hats worn by the
conservative dressers, and this Is to
bo a conservative season, nro icm
hned to creased crown effects. Tho
crowns on these mo full shaped nud
may be dented or telescoped accord
ing to Individual tnsto mid Lecom
I For the nioro cxticmo drosssr liio
! low crown effects ate preferred. In
these many novel arrangements of
negligee brims arc shown. I'ltra
shades in theso lints aro pmplcs.
wines n ml daik. marouns. The most
fashionable, however, are thote ot
tho gray order, such as stone, slnte,
fog and smoke shades'... There nro
also many rough maleriuls shown
,, tllCbC nro principally in mixed
tonc8 of gnJ8i RrccM( 0hMi ,Ue,
nnd oxf0r,i9. Th8 trimmings on
thcBC- aro ribands nnd 'edging ot
ul!lck or 8C)f t0I103.
,n 8,)k hal8 lC cnwng nre nltnoat
cylindrical, very slightly' belled, oiiti
,i, i,,i, i. r ii ,,,.,, t.n,
I fla, ,....-,. )00nC brim uenoiall'v
associated with .unbellch cmwiii
- . . . ... . ..-i. '
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silk hats. Silk ha'ta, fui joung
nro & 3-7'l-rtiwn from 1 3-4' to 1 7-S
brims, and 'fur older men B 7-S ciuvvn
by from 2-1o 2 1-S brims. The opera
i )mi ftms ,0 tl0 ,osn.. U ..oi.ularltj
worn lan wlllcr Ilt ,hc 0,icrn .,
iiit tno htirso show in .cw, iorK than
j woro ocll r ti,0 iHiiajmiiile hat. In
, London It Is also true lint silk hats
nro usually worn nt nil eutcrtnlii
meuts; u ff a Ira where the opera lint
was formorly In favor.
For motoring, hais n well ns enpt
of tweed and other woolen fabrics
havo taken piceedence over tho lea
ther oITects. This Is well, as it is
possible to put sonio stylo and smart
ness Into this hc.idwcnr while tho
leather effects nie not teecptlvo to
Tliu curious thing about gray It-, tint
'VOIUCll lmver innlnrxttinil Iim ti.iinu
' Tho nilddlo-ngod, tho luvulld. the ana
cmlo. the unstylltli mid many nthaVs
(of their kind choose gray whenever
in ikmiiii. nicy (inn i wok any iiiriuer.
If they didn't want to wear bluck tli'uy
buy gray, haphazard, with a batlsflol
feeling that ttioy couldn't have mad
a mistake, says n writer
They have made a kciIoui lajstiik"
Nono or those women Bhould woar
gray. ,A.u rulo.lt pioduces tho mohil
llfnlnaa ln.il ,ri .It., f.inn li.i( nni. m.ln, '
docs oiccpt black. Voting girls, who
luivo brilliant coloring, can wear It,
and tboso well-foil unlions who havo
roundod lines 'in .1 io.I cheoks cin
cliooso gray without another thought
Hut tho pnlo, tho frail, tho mlddlo
nged woman, with linen undor her
eyes nml without color lu her chucks,
should dread gray on t-'.io ilooi n dull,
wet day. It depiestcs every look of
vitality about her.
It Is n lilt to mote thin nit mouths
Einco Jordan's uuuounced a clout Iim
sale. Th'o swooping reductions inado
at that tlmp effected an entlro cloar
unco of nil gmid then In stock, Tho
clnss of merchandise carried by this
storo has resulted lu a great Ingronssd
Liislnoss, Tim Him announco another
Ealo for ten d iys beginning .Monday
morning. Tho storo was clnrcil for
nual piupaialloiiR thin nilcnioou niv'
for two weeks pist tho eniployeos hnv
licon woiking overtime marking doyn
in Ices, The loiluctlons aro thorough In
overy departmeut. Thcio Is no ques
tion nbnut thu deslro for holiday spuco
being uecompllelivd. During tho Halo
all rendy-to-vvenr apparel will bo on
Bulletin Business Ofllce Phone 25(1.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183.
Fed "All In?"
More than likeiy you've al
lowed your Stomach, Liver
and Towels to become weak
and inactive, and if such is
the ccse.50u ought to take a
You'll find it iust the medi
cine vou've been needing. It
will tone and strengthen the
"inner lrnn" nnd prevent
Sick Headache. Billiousness.
Kids-cy Troubles. Dyspepsia,
Indigestion nnd Ihlaria.
Fur sale In llcusou. Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; llolllfctor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Cbnmhcrs Drug Co, t,td.; Ittlo Diig
Co ; and at all Wholesale Liquor
No two men arc just
alike no two suits
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made for yon.
Get us to make them
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars arc incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
1 1-1 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
live room cottnee; ' Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire
netting fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4 doz. Hens. Wh. Plymouth Rocks
end Wh. Leghorns, Good Horse and
Bassr. All for
.ho 2 4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
Expert in Mason and Concrao Work.
Garden Ornamental Lanterns on
hand, rendv for delivery. School
street near the bridge. '
Cit Dig U for uonttunl
liriutlont vr tlri&tlou
t mi coiii nicrobrinM,
ftlnlf, and not uttio
Cfut or iiltvin.
ClrcuUr inf ou taort
THE ARTS AND CRAFT SHOP.
032-033 Fort St. Tel. 52,
ft Pnrr o '.
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WANTED FOR SALE.
Wnnled Siibtns.iociors Uonstrur-
I tlon) nt ?4 21 per diem A to'u-
, pctltlvu csnmltintloii will lio held
nt the Naval IVn'lon, Hawaii. Ilo-
i nolulii, T. II . yovenibcr 17 li'in.
, for the purpose of establlslilng an
eligible H'slstcr ot sublnsii'Clors
i (coiif.truflloii). For applleatlun
I and further Information nddrc
i ' Couimnndntit, Naval Station. 11a-
wall, Honolulu. T. II." 4151-31
Y'Jting an - Knorgollc buslnes
hnsi'cr, rala-y and commission;
jt icfereiccj rcqulrvil. Ad-
d e i 0. it. (I. nr.a-.st
Hoy .living vvllli pirrnts, with u
tnstc f 1 1 drawing, to le.-itn on
graving l rude. Ap;iljr lleakbane,
Foil Street. 4 4".0.lw
kiMini nnd boa-d In private family In
Mnktl.I dlsti let by two young
women. Addrct'.t I-: 31, lullttlli.
Cottage Wanted -Two bed rooms;
near car line; will pay about (15.
Apply V. W. W., this omco.
Clean wiping rags at tho liullctlu of
fice. Pressman. Mercantile Printing Co.
Japnnerc Private Cooklig School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matilo, 1457 Auld
I.ann. Phono 1564.
SALES LADIES WANTED.
Wanted for our tale beginning
Monday, six sales ladles. Apply
Snluiday moinlng. JORDAN'S.
CLEANED and OILED now, before
the busy days corac, when von will
not give it any thought, and thereby
We have a first-class man who
will ses to the wants of vour time
113 Hotel St.
1129 Fort St.
Fine Rolls nnd Buns.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Best Hone-Hade Bread in Town.
Ring up 107.
MOONLIGHT DANCE AT
GOOD MUSIC nnd
S. E. IiUCASi
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone rn need of first-class spec
tacles properly' fit ted call on him.
First large shipment just opened.
Hotel St., 0pp. Union.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., opp. Union.
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN '& LYON CO.
EXCELSIOR DIARIES, CALEN
DAR PADS and OFFICE DAILY
JOURNALS for 1010 your money
WALL. NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
1R5 culturlal rooms 'JiO bu.
leu office. Theie arc the telephone
-.umbers o: tho Bulletin offlet.
Ono large mill'', well broke nnd gen
tle, prlco $100. One set doublo
harnesr, pilco $20. Ono double
seated 'hack, fitted with pole nml
brake; 1 fi Ilrst-rlaB condition;
suitable for country; price JIOU.
City Feed Stoic, 521 ltoreUnla St.
Ferns Australian nnd other varie
ties; nlen logs, baskets, begonia
and stephnotls plants. For par
tlcul.irs call on Miss, Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienr.a Itakery
40 ir.-P. Wftili'i Anliinvbl o. Mm' 'I
K. (loo I cr.n litlou. App'v A. 1! . i .
O. i',nl 719. Frio- I w, on c'll pa)
inmtr. .4 152 tf
Ilaml'ouicly Innncd nud mounted
Alnsk.ui gilxzly rug. Address
Fuinlihed friim ruuin; $10 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, Btiltublo for ono person, S3
per month, at 10G3 Nuuanu St.
Itoom nnd board In prlvato family,
Maklkl District, for two genllw
ir.cn or couple. Addrers S., Ilul
letln offlre. 1429-tt
Iirgo furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. U.
Wlckc, 1245 Deretnnla Ave.
l-itrnhhod rooms; klngle nnd for
housekeeping; with gns, 15C.I
Two furnlfhed rooms Apply Mra.
D. McConnell, 1223 IJmma St.
ROOMS AND EOARD.
Cool furnished rooms nnd cottage,
with 'or without board. 103 1
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
I'rlccn moderate. 4150-tf
tw my trr.,WKVgi itfwvA a4 -
Tor Health nnd Beauty
Co.-ac to sec th:ni.
Fort nnd King Sts.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Berctania Sts.
House Consulting. 2-3 p. m... Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-18
a. m., .-0 p. m.
, PLonc 33.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
V Quickly i
178 BEEETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
AVID OAV tUiS
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-cass rcsidenc property, jit.
noted at Pawan on King and Yoang
streets. Building in flrst-clais or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric li"lit and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park 'ots and improved
property nt Haujla and other prop
P. II. BURNETTE
Com'r. cf Deeds for California ud
rw York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Giant Jifnniage Licenses; Draws
Mortgagee Deeds, Bills of Sale,
T-C'es, WilH Etc, Attorney fcr the
District Coin Is 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU PHONE 310.