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KVKNINO Hltl.l.ltTfh, HONOLULU, T, II., FRIDAY, JAN. .11, 1010.
THE NEMO CORSET
T1IE MOST POPULAR CORSET OF
STYLE 318 Sclt-reducinp; corset,
with flattening back for the
short wnistcd, stout woman.
STYLE 403 Sclf.rcducinp; corset,
with new relief bands. Price-
STYLE 35G The new Swan-Shane
Corset, one of the most grace
ful models. Price $3.50
STYLE 314 Short under the
arms, Ion" below the waist
line, low bust. Price $3.00
STYLES 301 and 305 Military
Belt Corset, producing the fash-
iorinblc slender effect. Price...
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctnnia Streets Opposite Fire Station
PINCHOT WILL BE
GIVEN A HEARING
J"VASIIINnTON, U. C., Jim. 1.1. I'lnchot ilccllncil nlisolntcly to
limine nny ctiminciit on tlio action ot'l'rcnldont Tuft In icnun life him
fr'trhuoITkc. Ha tllil onnI n noto of warning, however, which hIiowh
thnl Ik Liiiisldcm ttia wllnatlun cry tense. He declared that tliOKrcit
nioial IhKtio now faclnc tlio country U nut the lima of tlio mitiirnl ro-
houuI'ii, Important us tlicy aie to the people at large, lint the 1 till
tiurstlon iih to whether the tsted Interests or the people shall rule the
I'liichnt will he ghen an equal opportunity with II illlngrr to pre
Hout hit) Bhlo of dispute when the heuilm; on the so-called II.illlni;cr
I'lnchot Ltinttmcrsy ionics oft. ' ,
1028 Nuuanu St.
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The namejthat means Photographic
r - . Himciency; fe
Use AriscolFilms andCyko Paper J
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Enricjue C, Creel, Peace Envoy
Frcm Mexico, Now In Washington
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LOST BALLOON CAUSES EXCITEMENT
1.03' AN(II!l,i:S, Jnn. 13. PorKonn lustra n KirRo halloon, r.irr
Inr; Iho p.isseiiKeiK. was lost today. There weio three women In tint
pail), mill the wlldenl alarm prevailed for istime time. I'lnnll) the bal
louii landed Ih safety. None of thoti.isscnrters wcio Injured.
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KEW COAST FORTIFICATIONS
SAN ri:i)UO, Jnn. 13. The lonc-promlbed foitlflcatlona for Sin
1'cilio hnilior teem likely to materialize nt Inst. The government lias
Just Kccuied 100 ncrcs of land hero for fortlfUntlon purpofes.
Thp greatest motion pltuuo of
those leientl) nuide will be shown
at the I'nrU Theater tonight. It Is
the ''YellowJaiKct Mine," anil Is so
full of dramatic Incidents that the
mulleins sits siiellbound during Its
picsenliitlon. It ls said to he tlio
best of the Scllg iifoductlons. Uist
night thcio was u fittr-slzed itmllcnco
to hear Wallet Stanton and Miss Or
lllo. StuiUon rcliented his sneezing
snug and made the biggest hit ho
has moied In this plnco of nmiifc
ment. Ills Initiations of tlio ihlck
ens and dogs, ns usual, hioiight down
the house and made nil of the dogs
In the neighborhood Join him In tho
noise. Miss OrUllc a Iho made a hit,
her npiiearanie In lighter loslumo
adding uiut.li to the iitti.alUcneasof
her songs. Thn bill nt the I'uik Is
one of the lic so far inesented and,
except on Btormy nights, has diuwn
Miss Mn Wailatu is singing one of
and Thursday nights, thcic lsnluats
dancing there In the evenings. Visit
tho hall tonight or tomotrow night
nnd join tho merrymakers.
AN IRISH DANCE.
Mrs. Sibyl Held Is giving a pretty
Irish ilniicc-irtyiie Ikiuine this wcel;
that 'adds to her reputation us it
very pretty nnd vcrsrtlllu dancer. 1
C. Shreve, the Ilonlno baritone, Is
gllng In addition, n lieaiillful hit
of vocal sentiment, nnd the animated
scenes aro unusually good.
CHILDRESS BILL AT ART.
A fllm that Is certain to delight tin
children will ho dlsitii)cd tonight nnd
tomorrow night at the Art Thenar
Tho film Is "Hobby While In Wonder
land." A sjicclul chlldrin's nintlnet
will be given tomorrow nftuniKiu on
account of the showing of this film
which Is snld to lie, as wonderful as
Hobby found tlio real Wonderland It
1$ MUCH APPRECIATED
Honolulu society pcopto turned
out In full .force last cviniug to en
Joy a musical treat given by Mrs.
her lato Covent Harden and Keith. rmo MryMutkall Mrs. ( rate 8.
Circuit stircws at tho Dnplre this " " " t'" " "K
vvcelt, und tho original Honey Iloj '" he flint of tltrco
of tho Antlpodcaconlliiucs as tho top- eeU'"; nU .vv-as given In tho ta.il I
,. .,, r. ,Vi i .,.. i.. ''"n of tho Alexander Young Hotel.
liner. .ni wuhuii .no., ...ircu. ... -.. ,., ... ..
lesldeuto of Mrs. McCaudless unil
well adapted song, nnd her work shows
faithful tudy and application.
Jlunuger Overtnd lus cccured a flno
tclectlon of new films, chief among
which Is ono entitled 'The Wild Ass
Skin." It Is ono of tho Pallia best,
and tells n stoiy of Intense Interrst.
Another film, beautifully colored. Is
known ns "The' Simple Homo Din
ner," and deplctB tho vicissitudes that
attend love's oung dream and ends
up In tho wildest confusion. 'Tar
From tho Maddening Crjiwd" Is a film
that Is funny In tho extreme and pre
sents tho trials-and tribulations of n
man who tumbles Into u bunch of old
Humid Kltcr and Hilly Whcclnn
have nn net nt the Novelty that thoy
tall "IlltiiU and White," that is snld
to he us funny as 1 tie minds of these,
Imlul , rittipillnnu run nmlfn It. The
woik of ono of tliem is In black fuco.q
and the troublo Hint he has with Ills
follow- iiLtor Is where tho fun comes
In, and It continues right thiough
until tlio drop of tho curtain tolls
the finish of the unfortunnto In black
greaso. In addition to this act, Miss
Cooper is tinging nnd dancing nnd
a tliolco number of moving pictures
nro being sliovkn. Tho Novelty Is
inplilly becoming better known
among niinissmciit-lovers, nnd with
a toutlniiiitlon of the present clean
and humorous hill will attract many
from tho mora pretentious houses.
DO YOU DANCE 1
If jou do, thcro Is only ono plnco
In town vvhero jou nro cortnln of
finding u crowd und good music, and
Hint Is at 'the New Dance Hall on
Kukul street. With the cxtoptlon
of two nights In tho week, Monday
Washington, Dec. 27. it Is generally believed hero thai tho dolay In
Rending tumps against tho ftucoi of .elaa In Nlraragui was duo to tho
efforts of Mexico to sccuro an armistice until ft-lnvit could ho forced to re
sign, ISirltjuo (J. Crocl, govfrnor of Chlhuahiu nnd former atubissador to
tlio United States, wtia ctiiimlssloiu) 1 iisnspctlnl icaco envoy by I'lobldent
Diaz of Mexico and hiiirled to Wush ngttm, Ilo begnn negotiations with
tho Stnto Dcpititineiit Imniedlntoly upon his iirilval,
$lv a Year
A Good Investment
Mis. II. V, Dillingham, tho second
being given on Thursday next nt tho
home of tho former, und tlio third nt
the homo of tho latter on tho suc
In the first part nt last evening's
piogintn, Mrs. Mat kail sang Coif
nod's "Chanson do Slophnno" (Ro
meo ct Juliette), Wekcrlln's "Men
net do Martini" (XVII. sletlo), nnd
"Al-Jo Pull tin Hevo," by Tin is.
Mis. Mm Kail has n rich koptano
voice, which sho used with exquisite
Judgment. Self-possessed, with an
air of knowing that sho could do
full Justice to her pieces, her rich
volco vibrated through tho loom und
held cverjono spellbound by her pro
fessional skill, nnd tho bcatitj of her
Miss Cliitko miido nn excellent ac
companist, and Is a thorough concert
pianist. Her rendition of Heir
Liszt's "l.lebcstititim," which Is ono
of tho moht dllllcult of tnmpusltlons,
wits ver pleasingly given.
Mis. llanneini.in, who possesses n
pule, full contralto', was perhaps tho
greater favorite of tho trio last even
ing, although sho did not sirrpaKH
Mrs. Miiil.nll fioiu a professional
point of view. Her rendition of
Hohnrs 'Sllllo Wle dlo-Nacht" wits
beautiful, and exquisite in tlio ex
treme, while Tcsca's "Im KruehlliiK"
was given with much sympathetic
feeling and delicacy.
It is a pity that private residences
linvo been chosen for tho next two
lecltals, ns the mnjoilty' of thn
music-loving public of Honolulu will
not look upon these as public In tiny
way, hut rather as prlvnto conceits.
rollowlng Is a copy of last even
Chanson do Steplinno (llotnro ct
Juliette . (itmnud
Minuet tlo Martini (XVII. slide)
Al-Jo Talt tin itovo 'Ihomus
Im riuchllng 1'osc.i
Stlllo Wla tlio Niteht llolim
A Song of I.ovc Roach
How's My Hoy? Homer
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Tho Templor Ilanch Oil Co. with
COO ncrcs oil land, flowing oil wolls
and nil, ts reservoirs tilled with
blgh-grado oil In thd Templor dis
trict, Kern Co,, Cal., will soon com
plete Its threo-mllo gravity delivery
This Oil Cnmpnny is nt present
llko a plantation with tons and tons
of sugar on hand, ready to bo shipped
en the Incoming steamer.
An nbto management, almost n
t'auaio mile of ptoven oil land, cheap Ha i:iu3.imer Quelle Strnuss
transportation of oil, high prices ,i,a rileuso Haft
with steadily increasing demand for Snrnumiilo .... Hamcnu-M.iU)owcll
til, will make this company on early Miss Cl.ukc.
dividend pnvor, and fqr Hint reason Oh, That We Two Woro Mavlng.,
the stock of this Templor Hunch Oil i Nevln
Co. Is recommended ns n GOOD IN- A Jnne Moinlug Wllloby
VKSTMUXT by the Lincoln Mort- A Howl of ItObes Clurke
pago & Loan Co. of San I'ranclsco. ' Mrs. llanneini in.
Capitalization Is ? 1,000, 000, dl- Come Mvo With Mo and Ilo My
vliled into shares of $1.00 each. 1 l.ovo ...,,,,.., I'ooto
havn a small block of them for sale Mu, Muekull niijl Mrs llanucrnian.
i.l 30c while thoy lust.. Secure them 1 ' "
NOW. I 185 editorial rooms 5J50 bust
1'. n. n. BTnAIIOH, nets office, These are the tlspt ni
7 1 H. King St. numbers of the Bulletin office.
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POINTS TO CONSIDER
We have produced a suit that has
enough high-class hand tailoring to place it
in a high grade class for
You want your dollars to count. You
want the mostclothes value for your money
that it's possible to get, so come to our
store for your clothing. We make special
mention of our $20.00 suit because many
like to pay about that price. v
Here's the Chance of a Lifetime!
Having taken over the stock of LKWIS 5c CO. for ihe purpose
of closing it out we will absolutely slaughter prices on
Enameled Kitchen Utensils
' Pots, Pans, etc.
Crockery, Glassware, Baskets,
, THE SALE IS NOW ON
At LEWIS a CO.'S STORE
You cannot look at these goods and note the prices without
buying. " To close out thft stock, and close it out quickly,
prices have been marked below wholesale cost. Come now:
the goods-will' not last long at the sacrifice prices.
Theo. H.Davies& Co.,
M 1 1
"The Finest Bathinc on the Beach."
Meals M All Hours.
WINF.S, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
Atflflrl'f-''-- - - & lI&L
W. Q. BER0IN, Troprieto):, l ABADIE, Piop. n
The Science of Dyeing Clothes
is understood by the F. Thomas Dyeing Works o(. San Francisco, nvhosc
ardent in this Territory is the TRENCH LAUNDRY.
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