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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H miDAV, JAN. H, 1910.
'On Fort Street below King.
Driving ani Saddle
Telephone 109 '
.gents for the Hudson, Chalmers
toetroit. Kissel Kar. Oakland, Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow.
. Tour machine will be ready for
jou when we say it will b. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXAND5R YOUNQ BUILDDJQ.
5 Telephone 5
BERN has his new 7-seated anto
ready for business at the
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
painted, upholstered and fitted with
W.'W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
1 Beady for Demonstration.
SOHUXAN 0ABB1AOI 00.
HEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
By Hour or Trip.
Means Stimulating the Nerves
S8.0U TO S12.00,.COMl'LBTi:
Union Eleotrio Co.,
I. C. Carter. Prourietor
HAItUISON 1ILDU. . PJION13 315
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Bea
sonablet pf(ces Harrison Block,
iieretama and tort streets.
manufactured from pure distilled 'Wa
,Ur. pellveredto eny part of elty by
OAHU' ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kawalo. ' Tfliphona "
Manila Cigars ;
M. A. Gunst & Co.,
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BULLETIN AUS PAY
Are the AKT GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP;
and Japanese Sleeves
' On Satin Gowns
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rpiin oriental now reappears In conns, both In embroidery and In the kimono
,llko tops of many of tho ncw'clbow sleeves.
This Is a very smart model for tho tall, slender weman, but should not
be attempted by her shorter sister.
l.leM. llany N. Cootcs. 12Uiitn nil tho world. Hut Blorco kuowB
United States Cavnhy. aid to (lov-,l'' hesu things. oo. and In suite
ernor-lSenernl Korben, In the I'hllln- ' -" uMcT confidently upon tho
nines, will be In r-hiirno of the mill- t! ,,f I'duitadlng tho nforesuld man
tnry features of tho hippodrome for
tho 1910 carnival, to ho held In Ma
nila in rebriiaiy next, and ho lum
nil old) taken hold of tho work.
Lieutenant Cootcs Is especially lit ten
for this work, ns lie tins nnd n groat
deal of axpoilence In this line. It
has lieun decided that ono of tho
hippodrome tpoctnclPi) will bo n
mounted mimical drill by thlit-(wo
leading soclot) ladles and gentle
inen, who will execute a terles ot
(olilllou flgiuc-d on horsebncK. I. lout.
Huboit SI, "Campbell, 12th V. S. Cliv
al ry, aid to Mnjoi-Oeiieral Dinnll,
will noil; out tho details of tho llg
ures and assist. In drilling tho six
teen couples. Ho is iilu) o.n expert
In this lino. Another hlB hlppo
dioino feature will bo tho famous
''monkey drill." or which Col. tleorgo
A. Dodd, 12th Cavalry. Is tho orlg
inator. Colonel Dodd was unlvortiil
ly conceded tu )o tho last authority
on mounted drill In the United States
Army. It Is ver iiobab(e that Col
onel Dodd's troopors will glvo wimo
other speclnl drills during tho c.u
nhal. "Ilno v-u a n ivy?' Ih tli! iim tciil-
oils question propounded by Aiulirum
Hicrco In tho i in rent Iemio uC IJumj
bodj's Mngazlno, "Wtl, rallier!" will
ho tho liibtant nusvNvr of llio mail In
the fitrect, with vivid inciuorleH of the
comparative tablet which pliun tint
United Btntes gocoud only to Orc.it
Britain, nnd ot tho Kroat vo)ngorot tho
licet undertaken for tho expresa pur.
post) ul aouioiisttatluc (lilj ,iy fail
They are exclusive in most
in tho htieot that tho Krcat American
Navy Is "all front, wltli nothliiK at
This Is only another way of Basins
that which tho American pcoplo have
been told over nnd ovur unnln, name
ly, that in the hulldliiB up ot the navy
the legislative and 'tho executtvo
branches ot tho Government have
had viry different ideas about tho
manner in which n navy is nmnu
fuctineil. It Is true that tho iccqm-
mcndntlons of tho dopartment have
been overruled and that no adequate
provisions hnvo'beeii made tor colliers
Hint indlspvnuablo adjunct of a mod'
ei n fleet In bclim nnd for other as
essential auxiliaries of u real nu).
And tho plight of thu nation, In tho
ment ot war, forced to relinquish lis
prevent dcpenileiico upon foreign-built
colllciH, would bo truly despicable.
Thcro nrp other turlous arraign
ments of tho navy ,lu tho article, bui
this Is tho ouo which cuts most deep
ly. It Is also true that tho United
HtnlLH Navy Is without that backing
pf HeatiHii! which a merchant marine
ulono can supply, and that nt present
landsmen figure too largely In thu
icwh, but tlin fin tlu r usHrrlloii that
l lie marksmanship of the American
warnlilpb hi Hnlcly of the hllllivaler
vaiht rtqulres further proof before
Jt tan bo accepted.
Sir Illorco eccniB to think that
CongrCHH ought to "do something
about it," no unifier what, so that
it Is something besides tho usual In
action, In this thcro will bo eenoriil
1c1c1.1111.11t, IhousU oil tho addltioual
Up to Date Fashions
JUST NOW THEY ARE VERY
npiZE prcs.nt styles are very contra-
dietary. On one hand, wo have tb
simple, tight fitted velvet princess drctj,
buttoning frcr.i nocK to nteisj on in
other, tho town mndo of thin material
worn In tho dayllmo nnd very mucA.
loopod and caught up. Which aro w
to adopt? '
The wlso woman will cling to th'
compromise of long tines, amplified by
a tunic or ovcrsklrt. not too .arrcrat
cd, so that It cannot bo remodeled an
other year or, for tho matter of that,
taken oft entirely.
For evening wear lace Is being Ttr
vlvcd. We sco It In benuttfut lice robe
ot dyd tints, gobelin blue and tan be
ing tho greatest novelties, and auto In
tunlo effects of heavy silk, embroidery'
or sheer net. It Is very Mnart to f at '
one of these black tuulrs over whllo
sattn, tbo circular skirt nt the prlncca
undcrdress shsnlng for n good MteenI
or twenty Indies. Speaking of circular
skirts, they now aro uo n maao mucn
wider. Ijut year, If ou remember,
they wcra nil under four yards. This
season they measure four and a bait
Old fashioned fabric of all sorts, llko
brocades, fringes and f illle-., aro being
rovlved with grent success, especially.
In black nnd In whlto.
Tho latest chenlllo fringe reaches from
tho knees to tho bottom of lli- skirt
and when placed over a contracting
lining gives an accordion plaited encct.
A great deal of brocade such as wo
have boen accustomed, to see on furni
ture rather than on women It being
used by smart dressmakers for even
ing coats and also for thoro picture
gowns which are almost direct copies
ot Romncy and Gainsborough paint
ings. Black Is one ot the smartest colors
this season, which Is In great contrast
to last jear, when It was not worn at
Low neck gowns are also being uni
versally worn for theater and restau
rant wear, so It Is no longer necessary
to have two sets of gowns, ono tor pri
vate, the other for public evening wear.
the former being low and tne latter
The elbow sleeve Is nere zor gooa on
all dressy gowns.
Girls Musi Learn
How to Swim
-i i . . ,
From Boston comes the ultimatum
that the high school girls roust all
learn how (o swim.
jn UIU 1111(7 Ufc UHllCUUiH U.U A.
James P. Magonls ot the aclrool board,
"It Is the elm ot the board to Interest
every nui.ll to aome degreo In physical
development, and hence 'this year It It
required that ,all high scliool pupils,
girls Included, unless physically Inca
pacitated, mint perfect themselves to s
'.cerluln degree In the art of swimming.''
rne inairuciora win uo regular nam
ing masters, appointed by the city or
state, and they will give each proficient
pupil a certincato to do presented to
tho school board. Thee will count
one or two points toward the flol grad
uation marks of the puplU &H
If Is hoped by this means not only t.)
Insure girls against water accldcntt
that happen only too frequently, but l
strengthen the weak back and the
curved spine afflictions among the slu-
proposition thnt Congress ought to
adopt at once all of the various plans
for tho rcrtoratlon of tho merchant
marine which havo been proposed and
tlifrn throw out thoso which do not
work' well In practice will command
a moro qualified approval. Philadel
Tho change in tho, methods of pto
curing men for tho Nuvy Is illus
trated hy the war that Is being
waged by the International Seamen's
Union upon certain church missions
of Now YorU City, which worU
among the seninen along tho w attri
tion!. At n recent mass meeting on
December T, held under the auspices
of the union, two missions were de
nounced for being among the worst
offimders In the matter of "crimp
ing," or the dttojlng of sailors
nboaid merchant ships needing
hands, years ago B.illoip for win
ships wore fordid) token on hoard
b) press gangs from tho ships, Tho
Improvement lii'tlio conditions of llfo
In tho navies of the largo nations
has madn Mich methods of obtaining
men obsolete, tho iccrultlng ofllciu,
oven In countries lllio Uhe United
States, whoro military service Is not
obligatuiy, furnishing a sufflclencj
VTho pica ot offlcorn In tho Marino
Corps to bo icllovcd of their nuecrly-
mt, In aided mid frogged hcrvlcu.
coats haa been answered, anil nftoi
October 1, llilU, I hey will bo elimi
nated by tho regulations. Tho new
coat, which is permitted to bo worn
during tho piohout enr, Is of iniirh
eH uxpeiiHlwi pattern, simpler and
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppoiiu Hotel St. Frtntli
European Plan S1.C0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, fnmlih.
ingi cost $200,000. nigh class hotel r
aimoaeraie rates, center ol theatre
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
addriss, "Trawets." ABC Code.
But our stock was so large and
assortment so complete that we can
still show .you almost anything in
cur line that will make a respectable
NNEW YEAR'S' GIFT
J. A.JR. Vieira
Phone 512. 113 Hotel-St.
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Public Utility Bonds
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Charles A: Stanton,
Room 38 Alexander Young Building,
Honolulu, T. H.
a tkain mm: to'
HAS AUi 01' Till: COMIXHIT8
rOU.N'D IN A SUPEUIOIl TUA1N
SKUVICK. THY TIIK..'UMITED.
AND OFFICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Chas. R. Frazior
hone 371. 122 King fit.
UULLETJN ADS PAY
I WAhTBP I TO LET
To Inform thosa who wcro unable to
gain admittance to The Iloulnc
Theater on Saturday eenlng, ow
ing to tho lilg rush, that tills
groat Chlnete motion picture tit
tho Imperial l'lincral of the Into
Kmperor will ho oxhlhlted 'again
tonight and tomorrow night; also
a great selection of other foreign
subjects of tiiorc thnn ordinary In
tercst, and a change ot danco by
Sltl Campbell Reld
song by Sir. Shrce.
Slcn to enroll for course of ten lec
tures on Commercial l.iu, by
Judge Mmlsa), nt V. M C A., on
Tuesday evenings, beginning Jnn
Itciuliigton (Micwriicr, State mqdet,
prlco nnd condition. Address
"T) pew rltcr," Dullctlii offlce.
Clean wlplot rags at the .Bulletin of
flce. SITUATION WANTED.
nilplno ho wants Job nt carpenter
ing. Address 732 S. King St.
Dr. F. 5CHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretanla Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating. 8-18
a. m 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Maionlo Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
Removed from 777 King Street
1113 Kinau Street
Sachs Block. Fort arid Beretania Sts.
Mile rurntsiicii rooms, fi per tiny
$10 nnd upwnrds per month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
Real Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Beretania Street,
and other property.
That Is Purity Itself.
Arctic Soda Water Works
LEITHEAD & WOODWARD
PEARY'S NORTH POLE SKATES
ON EXHIBITION AT THE
HONOLULU DANCINO ACADEMY
Vt. Vnttitsv Qn,t ITriilav Tllvlit.
a:au o'ciock, Kiionana Art League,
under the direction of
New' Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmester. Phone Res. 1179.
P. H. BURNETTS
Com'r. of Deeds for California And
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. -Attorney for tht
District Courts. '79)MBRCHANT 8T
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Bicycle shop and general repsiring
work. Specialty in nicklc, silver
and gold plated work.
KINO. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
. PACIFIC ENGINEERINQ
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, 'Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 145.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
iWe -want, to nee all our old ens
tomers couo satk. .
Two unfurnished housekeeping
rooms, convenient to threo car
lines. 1750 King St near I'a
wna Junction. -lill-tf
KurnHhed rooms lor working men;
.$1 woclc up. 1281 Port St.
furnished rooms. Apply 'Mrs
McCoontll, 1223 Emma '8t.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms nnd cottage,
with or without board. 1G31
Nuunnu Ave., near School St.
Trices moderate. 4160-tt
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Scissors, knives, rozors. saws, lawn
mowers ground nnd sharpened;
od work. Phone 1161. Cor.
l'lnnu nndirllkol Sts. 4494-lm
Piano taught in'G-mos,'S3 month (8
lessons). Special attention to
adult gegtnncrs. Music, Dullctln
fanantse Employment Association.
Maunnkea near Al Theater. Call
up phono 497 If you want a cool;,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
co. Dramatic Studio. 170 liere
tanla. Phone 33.
fee Sing Kee-'PlumlwraadTimsmith.
Smith St . bet. Hotel and PauahlT
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
lired Feelinf ,
178 BERETANIA AVE., neai- EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
WING WO TA1 & CO.
041 Nuuanu St. Phone 266. '
Stop Paying Sent
HAWAIIAN 'REALTY CO.
Phone 553. 83 Merchant St.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER '
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. 0, Guild. Oen. Man.
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drjnks.
.Hotel Street. near Fort.
and offloet at 25o ft
hundred in 10-lk. ltti
W. O. BArWHART, ,
1SS Merchant L
PLANISHED. STEEL 4 "l !
A nil niinrlmanl .!.. OA"rflR" ,
to 48"xl20", and gauges No. 16) to
Wn OO ln.1 4a VmhJ
ii u. 4.v ju tu uaiiu. i ti
We do sheet metal work of all ' 1
nA and mienMtaa . aaJafn aIImtc . .
Vtni natrnMOffa la 1tnttaJ '
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING ,
EMHELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211, 145 King St.
LEADINO HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu. T. H.
185 editorial room 250 buel.' Til.
nets office. Theie are the telephone
numbers, of the Bulletin, office.