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EVENING DUM.ETlN, HONOMJMJ, T. H.. SATURDAY. JAN. 15. tfHO.
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On Fort Street below King.
Driving and Saddle
,.g-cnts for the Hudson, Chalmers
Detroit. Kissel Knr. Oakland, Frank
1 i ii and Piercc-Arrow.
Tour machine will bo ready for
yon when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autot; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANr.SR YOUNG BUILDINO.
5 Telephone 5 4 i
BEHN has his new 7.seatcd auto
ready fur business at the
Proprietor and Manager,
Uornei Abkca and Hotel Streets
painted, upholstered and fitted with
W. W. WRICHT CO., Ltd.
J. W. KERSHHER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
Heady for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
NEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
By Hour or Trip.
Means Stimulating the Nerves
ss.mi to si 2.00, co.Mri.KTi:
Union Electric Co.,
I. C. Carter, Proprietor
Harrison num. i'iioni: air.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made snecialties. Rea
sonable trices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
M. A, Gunst $ fp.
manufactured from pur distilled wj
ttr. Delivered to any part of city ky
IUIII! !CE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Teleohon ''8.
$fff Diiti.uTiN Ana pay -pg
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
j MEN'S STYLES FOR 1910 I
vHf.l H Htf 4 4,
Unless llic clficklns mi ur lilnck i (lnlli s l,lkK mlHt matci the Mini
rllk Bocks follows the shade of jour l1( , ,, a,ovo nil. If hu In to
single Jewelled smrt sum; unless uur'carl.y (i(t t,i(l ,jIclne f ,U Jewels,
nxutcoat Is extremely shorl-wnlsted In
tlio Shanghai style nf long ago; un
less your watch chain carries out the
lilon of your i-iianiultcrf curt HnkK; un
less. Oh, lint whnt's tlio usu?
These aru moiely one or two of thu ;
taut words nom row jorn lor men
who follow the fashloiiB fiom dear old
Not oiu man In tun thousand icu
llzes how much paliiB the smartest
dieisors in .New lor!: tako In their
nuiro Buys uio .Muwpori v.oriu. mere
ait scoius of Ilium who think ikiIIUiik
or paying ii".uu h year tor moir
chill cs; with them nil order for Slum)
wm Hi of clothed In merely the mat
ter of nil hour or so with Itiolr tailor.
It Is these men who net the fash
ions for others to follow the country
over. No tailor or hubunlutlier lets
the styles fur them. Tho talhus uiul
the haberdashers humbly fullow them
and tell theli expectuut customers
Just what's tho thing. These self
I'.juie tailors mid haberdashers have
their men nl the Morse Show, nt the
opcin. on rifth avenue, nt the races,from i.,m,i,iii, n,i so easy to Ret on
.v..tnlilim Just what those particular
And theso very men make tho
styles. Next season fashloiuble New
Yoik has tin-in. with llostun ami I'hll-!
iiililphlu closo behind. In nniither sea-
ilii Chicago and tho rest of the conn
liy east of the .Mississippi Ret them;
In h third yeai the leady-mude tailors
copy these e.tteiucs mill then at Inst
they Ret to Oahkosh and I'alnted
I'ost. lly this time the men who huu
made them have switched to some
thing illamctiluiMy opposite,
Tho linn fashions for men have
I been made: the last word Is said, lly
tho time everybnly Rots them and
they uio vulg.Hzc.1 thin there will bo
toinothlng elso. Ho those who wish to
bo stilclly up to dale will have to
hurry nlong 01 they will he far lie
hliiil tho procession.
lor tho nveiiiRo man there Is no
chaiiKO In ,ils evening dless from
jear In j car. Nut so wllh the makers
of tlio fashion. To them last year's
claw-hammer would ho an annchion.
Ism nil orfoiire ngilnst cood taste, n
sartorial mux pas. To lio In town with
uio evening s ill ror the country would
bo utterly bad rrm one must havo
evening diesa for town nml another
Tho town tculug coat Is cut ex
tremely short-walsted. It must bo
inado of a ilaik blue material that Is
icnlly black nt night. Willi this only
in tho mode to tho minute obtained.
The tnl's niiil be cut very "V" shaped
In give the u nrcw effort to the legs.
Tho (nut Is nil soft In front with n
illl.r.iced cullnr v.lilch rolls with per
fee eiio. The lapel Is pieced nnd'ciit
lalil) lilsh lor thin-necked men, ami
low for rm-ncifced men. In avoid tho
huiKliliigiip efiect to tho shoulders.
'I ho whlla waltlcoat has three or
four Iritrons Jo-i oiled of course, set
ns elo-elv together us possible, and
It Is slugle-'hie.itt-il. Those who aro
n yea:- ithenii aio having their eve
ning walsteoat.t cut very Blunt Iu front
to give Hip effect of extiemely long
legd. Tho points aio very shoit tho
waistcoat Is blmost ntralght across
ami do licit time.
l'nr tho black wiltteoat tho conceit nro tho nltia mateilnls for this coat.
Is lo luivo It inado cut of tliu s.imo inn-, with light Riuy woisted trousers. The
toil.il as tho facing of the coat, with coat lolls well back, with ono or two,
flat hutlii-ciiYciiil buttoas or buttons buttons, und Is not made to bu hut
or smoked peail set with a tiny iiiarl. toned. Some closo It with nn onyx
All walrlcoits for evening me "U" or a gold link, after tlio fashion set
ihapoil, or course, because tho "V" by King Dlwnnl llfteen ye-irs ago.
shape Is now Uwwn by tho ready-mado Tlio fiock coal Is pnssltiR uwny: few
pfiplo. men under f.fly wenr them now. Tho
'Iho Irourcis to out very narrow i lucriilng coat tnkea the flock's plnco
iiii'i uiey miisi nave a wine strlpo or
black silk braid an Inch nt least
In tlio mllltiry stle. l'laln linen shirt
front ami tlulii linen Btnmllng roli-r
aio estentlnl pleated shirts aro Im
liosslble. Tho puku is left lo old lueil
oi men so fat Unit they havo no busi
ness trying to luuk stylish.
Hut It la tho lit tlo tricks of trinket
which slump the 1010 inun or fashion.
Ho must weal ono nlnglo Jewelled
stud n Hat amethyst set in n narrow
tliclo of brilliants Just the tiniest
lino of lire mound tho center stons
or a sapphlio, or perhaps a handsome
ruby. Ills wnlstcoat buttons must
mntch thu ccnler stud utul lie set In
dull Mulshed platinum gold 8 ton brll-
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative "Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MUDICINB CO., St. Luuu, U S. A.
They arc exclusive in most
hf watch chain must lie In hniniony
perhaps a thin chain In iilatlnuin
sot with tiny nmcthysls If his stud Is
of thin favorite sum. I'eeplni! nbovo
111 pumpi must he lilnck silk pooka
cl)cl;C(I wti, the Bnnl0 B,n.!o ns his
iewciBurj0 f,)r the nmethyst stud.
A young man might oven wear socks
of very ilaik purple chicked with
Tho evening how Is of linen or
,nilty Iltlll . 1p absurdly smnll If
,1k, w(,nrt.r wants to bo very much
i .i, ,,Uup. lint tlio very deft-flu
,,, , 1110ll lmvt. iU8t adopted some-
thine new n stlrf, narinw evening
how which stands stialRht nut In prim
precision, thnnks to plenty of stnrch,
This Is where tho deftness comes
In tho tlns of It. Tlio bow must
bo moistened before It Is tied mid
then allowed to dry in plnce. You
must have plenty ol leisure In which
to dress to achieve this sort of nil
evenliiR tie. White Rloves, or course,
nml very soft nnil mind no buttons!
This Is the latest word of nuthorlty
With this Improbable get-up Roes
the Creole boot. It It or varnished
or eunmele.l leather, llnt-snlod nml
well pointed, mid lias silk elnstlc set
in tho stiles lllio the old-fashioned
Congress Rnlter. Now romes tho silk
hat not tlat-bi limited, -as will bo tho
fashion among those .1 year behind
but of natural shape, with n. two
Inch chilli band. A ribbon Is outre
now. That luil Is worn veil back on
(Ireat care must he Riven to the
lhicie fur evening. Something of dnik-
toned malaccn Is the thlnR, with a top
of uKiite or crysta'. An ony.x tip with
n Rotd moiioRram Is ultia smart, mid
en Iu -i ,,iilir.ri cfll ,iT ti...,ilul, Irtnn
set with a Jade top. Some sticks for
evening have a wntch set In the plain
gold end and others lime tlio watch
-et In tho side.
Evening breeches of tho same mn
teral us the i venue coat or of black
satin are ipillo common now In Now
Yoik. In some house it Is tpilto ex
liccted for foiiunl functions that tha
In knee breechen with
black silk stockings. One tailor In
New York who makes most of the
clothes for the men who p.iy $123 for
n suit for business or J 150 for an
overcoat han made fifty-five pairs of
evening breeches this season ami ex
pects to doublet the number next year.
Huslness coats follow- the evening
clothes in shoit-wulstcd effects tho
shorter tho wnlst the more modish thu
cut. Slant pocl.cts mo thu thing on tho
Eioiind that they tiro more comfort
able and sensible. Hlgh-pcakcd lapels
and n soft, lolling colli'., mark the
smnit coat for 1010, The trousers
aro narrow and straight and If they
nro wot ii turned up they must not
touch the shoe upper. It Is permis
sible to wear the tionsers jiilmost ns
high nn tho choa tup If they nro tinn
'Hid morning coat, or cutaway, as
the American calls It, must bo of
black or gray, with tho waist-rout to
limit Ii. The wulstcoat has a hollow-
ed out collar In ulve Hi., fitii.riikiiMn...i
I effect. Soft lliiuia wools of hluh cI.iks
ior every occasion.
With ths Roes n turn over nolnt col.
Inr and n fold-over scarf, very full uiul
rich, made of a whole square of silk
of ono solid color. Tho pin Is Bet well
down In tho tin and tho proper con
celt Is one's crest In Jewels. Tho
high handed turn-over or Rton collar
Is inado of very coarse linen wllh the
dullest of HnlshoH an, Utile stiiich.
Ken a phjuo collar Is worn by somu
Nlcktles aro onu color 3trl lies, dntu
figuies or plaids aio' not Rood foim.
The color tliouhl nlwuya liarmoiilzo
with tho nttlre und tho sockB ami visi
ble Jewelry ns well. Yollow gloves
mo gono now they nre Icki common.
While buck without buttons Is tho
mode of the moment. Sp.its aro not
to he thought of. .Men who l-Ivh he.i
to tlio niceties of dress know (hut
they nio only for coaching wenr ami
never offend by being seen with them
off the hoy,
Tlni last ciy in overcoat H thu Shan-
Bum coai ur our Buindfalheis,
of black with sleeves tlsht to the (
nt tit. It must bo oMieiuely shoiti
wnluted, and have four buttons dou
bio breasted. The sklits llaro very ,
Tho smartly dressed man must i
havo Ills coinnleinelit of house stilts In
these das or leisure and coimtrj en
tertr.lnlliR. Stockinet or even biocado
Is tho material of the moment nml the
coloi Is nnythliiR to suit the weaier's
fancy. A smart suit Just turned out
by New York's picmlor tailor Is of
blown broadcloth wllh lapels of brown
silk. With It ro lavender tionsers of
stockinet. Tho sleeves are extreme
ly nnrrow n:i 1 BllKlitly puirod nt tha
Bhoulders. Tho house Hiilt W worn
late In the nrternoon nt n ciuntr5
house while tea Is be iu M-rved o
lor a Riune or blllnids In fore dlmiT
It must never been seen out of tin
sinokliiK room or the llvlim loom o.
a. countiy house or In the pilvncy ol
one's own apartments.
For outdoors In the rimntr) one'i,
fancy hns wldo pla Rieens, browiiR
slates. Rrays. nie nil tho mole in the
sort llainii wools whifh need no pres
Iiir, thoy am so soft and easy. A bot
tle Rreen wllh n hire': stripe or two
dlaRonnl stripes of blown In dlrtcicnt
shades are nnmnj; lb - smarter mate
rials. Of course Hit coats have blR
patch pockets nml tho knickerbockers
are very full and MR-lnp. but tlRht
ns possible at tlio knee. A cap of
tho same material as the suit, or un
Alpine, Is the proper headgear. Caps
with lone peaks nre quite the smallest
things now for sporting nml country
wenr. If one Is goiritiR or wnlklng
IiIrIi spats nnd stout brown fIiocs
with heavy woollen stoekliiRs. make
up tho conect uttlre. An outing cape
or heavy tweed Is Just over from l.on
don. Ijinl North, .a Riiest of the Van
derl.llts. wore ono nt the Vanderhllt
cup race nnd started the Cushion.
Patent leather1 shoes have been ie
legated to tho limbo of forgotten
tlilnps. The thing Is varnished leath
er, or, hotter still, boned leulher. hut
to have boned leather shoes one's va
let must be nu Knllshmau. lie takes
tho dull flnltdicd calfskin i-lioo and
with the shlnlione or n deer works ov-
',cr the leather imtlj It glows wllh r
Sfltt llllll mIiIii,, wlilf-h It, iil.a,,! lit nl v tliu
conect thing. The shoes aru fairly
well pointed, with nillltury hoe's nu.1
nn arched Instep, laced for morning
wenr with leather l-ices, biiltmieil foi
nftrinoou. and the lips must ho wing
shaped. Tho Miles nre nbsobiteli
lint nnd each pair of shoes must havo
trees undo In fit It Tumps of course
mo winn after caiidlc-llght, when
evening dress Is do ilgeur. Here pat
cut leather is requlio.l.
' It vfasccr(3lnly a Rood mejxongcr
who brought tho pens Jo yniirjioinu
tliut A.vt-r's $my;ip:trilla makes tho
Llooil "rich mid led." 'This means
10 niuuh'to tin. so who aro tblu, pule,
feeble, )eaV, aud iicrtous. "After
Ayer's .Saroaparllla bus cured you,
carr tlio eUd mesiago to a friend or
uclshliiif. " '
I'crhajis you differ from tho effects
cif'n warm tllinite. rrolongcil warm
of uuiiy p'.-ojile. Tho illgcstloa ii
tlow, 'ami thu liver become sluggish.
Impurities !u tho blood nccumulato
uiul causa Unit feeling of downhearted
ncs and iluprestlou.
U of thu greatest nQ in such rates.
Its iniriCj lu.r, i-l - iigiheiilitj, nml up
iiulldlii;; prup il will lm of lucitl-lll-hli)
vjIoj t i v.e .
.! lion' in '
;i'-,V i on
Du t-u.i. ju ir-t
..unl0. i c
i. t t.,1 Vtil U J A.
Shapes, TrimminRS end Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
GOOD MEALS FOR 29 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything- in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old em
is tomers come back.
51 jT-fSRt "Jff
Fan Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juil orpJlt Hotel St, Fundi
European Plan S1.C0 a day up
Ametican Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
litgseost $200,000. Ilighchsshotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. Oncarllnestrans.
ferrlng altover city. Omnibus meets
alt trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawnllr.n Island headqunrcrs. Cable
address, "Trowels." 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
NEW YEAR'S GIFT
Phone 512. 113 Hotel St.
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred rooms, nearly all
vith bath. " Circulating ice water
o each room. Built, equipped and
conducted to nlcase the real v criti
cal. Half a block from Union
Square, two blocks from Market St.
Convenient to principal shops, thea
ters and railroad offices. Omnibus
at all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade,
Without bath $1.50 tier da vun
With bath 2.00 per day up
lucais taoie a' note or a la carte
Management of Gus C. Lann.
A TUAIX Him: TO
HAS AI.I, OK Till-: COMFORTS
roi'NI) IN A St'l'i:iM0ll TRAIN
si:itvici:. thy tiii:.. mmitkd.
CURIO CO. "
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371, 122 King St.
1110 II.1MH 4
ifrtrurr i vuntrrftxU
M U DlirtUUMTH
To inform thoe who were unable to
snlu ndmlttnnco to The Ilonlue
Theater on Snturday exciting, ow
Iiir to the blR rush, that this
Rreat Chinese motion picture of
the Imperial l'unenil of the lnte
Kmperor will he exhibited ngnln
tonight,!!!!!! tomorrow night ; also
n great selection or other foreign
subjects of more than ordinary In
terest, und a change of dance by
Blliyl Campbell Held uiu! n new
song by Mr Shreve. l.",J2-tt
Those who missed the opportunity
last evening to know that the new
series of unlimited scenes will bo
lepc.tled at The llouliie tonight,
nnd so will the very prettv Irish
dance by Sibyl Campbell Held nnd
the charming Ml of vocal sentl
nent by Mr, Sherow. IfilT-tf
Men to euioll for course of ten lec
tures on Coinmeiclnl Law, by
Judge Lindsay, nt Y. M. C. A., on
Tuesday evenings, beginning .tun.
Hemlngton typewriter. State model,
pi Ice nnd condition. Address
"Typewriter," llullctlu office.
Clean wiping raga at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Filipino boy wants Job nt carpenter
lug. Address 732 S. King St.
A IiiiIj'b while worsted sweater He
turn to this nfllce. -Ifil7-3t
On Hotel St., near Alakea. one of
the most delightful places of eu
tcrlutumeiil In tho city The lie
iilue. A new collection of most
Interesting scenes 111 animation, u
pietty Irish dance by Sibyl Camp
bell Held, nnd u beautiful lilt or
vocal sentiment by Mr. Shrove.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sti.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating1, 8-19
i. m., 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic 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 and Beretania Sts.
I'lne furnished looms, St per day
$10 nnd upwards 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
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana Art League,
under .the direction of
New Dances n finrUltv.
Information furnished by
Burmester. Phone Res. 1170.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California uid
Wew York: NOTARY PUBLIC'
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages," Deeds, Bills of Sale,
teases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Two unfurnished housekeeping
looms, convenient to thiee car
Hues, lTi'O King Br, near I'a
wna Jum ilon 4511-tt
Kurnlsheil rooms for working man;
$1 week up. 1281 Kort St,
Two furnish jd ruouis. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnUhcd rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1C34
Nuuntiu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 44SO-1!
Diamonds mid Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Kort St.
Scissor, knives, rarors, saws, lawn
mowers ground nnd sharpened;
good work. Phono 1161. Cor.
Klnau and I'llkol Sts. 4494-lm
Piano taught in 6 mos, S3 month (S
lessons). Special attention to
adult gcglnucrs. Music, Ilullotln
I.nsnese, Employment Association.
Mnunukca near Assl Theater. Call
up phone C97 If you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
co. UrnmatU Stmllo. 175 llere
tanln. Phone 33.
fee Sins; Kee-Plumber and Tinimita.
Smith at., bet. Hotel and Paoablj
Mr anil Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., ntir EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
WING WO TA1 & CO.
041 Nuuanu St.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. 83 Merchant St.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER ft
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fart and Queen Sts.. Honolulu.
Tel. 410. G. Guild. Gen. Man.
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks.
Hotel Street near Fort.
Jack Roberts. '
Delivered to residence,
and office at 25o act
hundred in 10-1, lota
W. O. BARNHAHT,
1SS Merchant tit.
A full assortment, sizes 24"x06"
to 48"xl20". and eaut-ei No. 1(1 to
No. 26 just to hand.
Wc do sheet metal work ot all
kinds. And cninrantri fltilaiilnn
Your patronage is solicited.
i'KOJH'T ATTENTION TO JOBBING
' EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211, 145 Kins St.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Suecialist,
1154 Fort Street. One Convent.
Honolulu. T. H. "
185 editorial rooma-i-250 buil.
ntsi office. These are the telephone
numbers ol the Bulletin orflca.
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