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FATNlNfl nUU-HTIN. tTMfOMTUI, T. H., rnilUY. MAT?.
fried wig Reicher, Wtio Is
Making Another Success
In the "Next of Kin"
About the Stout j
WHAT SHE SHOULD AVOID AND
WHAT 8HE OUQHT TO WEAR.
'PIII2 tout woman should be more
tlmn vureful how the choose her
Tbern nre certain volar which In
rrvaie the apparent lie of a Motiinn
niul others which do not Among the
lrl ore while and )rllov, ecru, pearl
gray and blown On the other hand,
black, blue nnd green lend to decrease
It rinks urid reds ore unbecoming to
stout women, bei-numi they nttroct at
tention to their figures nnd nlso be
mine blotlt Hainan Is apt to be florid
and bright. Warm tints heighten this
The. stout Human should wear blink.
Just a th thin one should mold It.
Illuck vasts shcd.)it around the fuva
and neck, and for this reason only the
plump and ntll iireicrved should ut
Although some people (nslM on un
broken lines for those ho urn not tall
uud wlllow, yet the prince Jres". Is
not for the Mout woman. It exptaet
the lines cf the figure cruelly and nev
er gie tno poor woman the benefit of
the doubt On the other hand, distinc
tive yokes nnd belts should te tabooed.
The Ideal gown for the stout woman
Is ono with cleverly designed panel ef
fect! and a very long skirt. These
produce the effect of lengthening Ilia
Figure. Tl.e sleeves should be conserv
ative In cut, neither skin tight nor too
For street wear the stout lady should
be strictly tailor made. This means a
suit of what tailors term "hard
clothes." the coat being cut exactly
like a man's, semlflttcd and with no
frills In the way of trimming or fancy
buttons. The skirt, too. Is strictly
tailored, gored without plaits and
fuuitlcssly fitted. ,
Hats ale Important The wide cha-
poau that gives no height luust be
strictly avoided. On tha other hand,
the little shupe Is ridiculous on a stout
woman. She should adopt the medium
style, trimmed rather heavily with a.
high effect This is dignified and will
clv her height.
Underwear Is perhaps the most lm-
portnnt Tho stout woman should wear
the tight corset cover and the ribbed
shirt In preference to the bulkier che
mise ond tho loose corset slip. Her
combinations should be of corset cover
and petticoat, so that the outer surface
of her underwear Is fceo from ridges.
There should literally not be an Inch
of fullness to sparo In any of the
clothes that she wears under her
Rrnpho l'nllic, of Paris, Prance, stnt
ItiK that lie Iiiih intuit moving plc-
tu irs of inaiiy IntcrrstliiK rrntmuu
pvitnlnlnc; to these lxlnnclfl, Inclti'l-
ItiK sunnr cane, pltiriipple cultut.c,
tho Valentin, snrf-rlilliiK. Final Pa-
Hide, etc. He unites that he con-1
templates ictm lilng to Hawaii In
August Jo make moving pictures of
other InterextlhK kuIiJccIh on the
vat lous Islands of thu Blimp.
As Hie Pathc fllthB mo loptoditccrt
300 to r00 times and 'disseminated
over nil known lomitrles, he thinks
that the Promotion Committer
should pay Ills expenses' ilnrlliR his
next lslt, piovlilu ! I in wllh n dark
MHilll, fii'u lruil4inrl:itlon to .(he
vni lotis Islands nnd pay for his .ode;
ItiK. This mutter will ! iIIbpiiw I
nt the next meeting, of the Promo
Mrs. W. Hnclint of Spoknue.
Wimh., has will ten to iisk what
lioarilliiK - htue accommodation!
there are In thlt c'.'y and If there
Is nny ilangvr of leprosy.
Stout Xonnau of WoodhrlilKO, N.
J., tins wiltten to ax If n piece of
land wltliln the city limits, nhpiit
five nncB In extent, (mild he pur
chased, itml fiow imicli It v.juitld cost.
He aim wants to know at what
depth ki'ihI drinking water can ho
ohtulired; whn,t Interest tlf! local
hanks pay ,1111 deposits, nnd If there
la any main 1 In in Hawaii.
AND RUN DOWN
Under the Care of Doctors
Much of the Time.
11 UDWIO llKlCUUIt, who made such 0 hit In 'On the Wf,' s now svuilng
'.7 her second triumph this season In Chailes Klein's new play, "Tha Next of
In this she plays tho highly emotional rula cf un heiress who Is put away
In a private sanitarium.
The talent of this young Oerman girl Is marked, nnd tho rapid way In which
he learned the English lauguago Is equally wonderful. '
: RFntriTMN'S :
H uussuns.usiu M
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COPS ON STRIKE AT PARK.
All iinmsliu; plcturu hue hern Mad-'
of toimi of the fealiireii of l!n reuvnt
stilke of tho (ostiueii nod telenplivra
til Paris. The artist has icvmvd
thltiiss nnd put the p.illccmen 011 strike
and lots of fun follows the orciipailr.
Thu Jail Is Iiiiih'iI liuhtc out nn,l the
coppers arc ghen a taste of their nw:i
nicillclnc hv Ir'liiK plaved liehlud the
liars by the men li had hcen re
leased. Theie- nie many humorous
situations nnd the artist has undo
.nuch of them Tills strike picture la
n the progiam at the Puk Thei.ter.
A le'ler hus hcen iccelvej hy the
Pinmiitlun Cnmmlitee from I,. P.
lluiivlllalu, agent of thu Cincmato-
CASTOR I A
For Iniants ind Children,
.ha Kind You Have Always BougM
It's a c:se of lout; FiiffurliiK when a
giraffe has 11 sore, throat.
This Beillngham Woman Gained
at Once Under the Tonic
Treatment and Is in Good
Tlilu blood Is tlio most frequent cause
of debility As the supply of blood scut
to the biiiln diH'S lioVeurry mithVlint
nourUlimeut the patient is dull unit
ihowsy, the nerves bucome starved and
there are marked nervous swnptoms.
As the blood mid nerves control diges
tion the stonitK'li Milfers from lack of
tiuu nnd thu vhUm loses welglit and
The treatment for this coinlllleu Is to
I build lip the blood mid 11 blood Initio
linn LiMHlircctty strengthen tha Hem's
i best suited to promote rapid and per
manent Improvement Such a remedy
Is Dr. Williams' link PilU.
Mrs. S. O. Ulntmer, of No. SOISCIierrv
Mieet, il.-llliixliHin, V;ih., tells of tho
lieiiellt she H" el veil, from thu Uiu of
Uh'mi lulls, un follows:
"I was 111 a run-down condition for
years untl was under thu euro of doctors
n KHH tit'iii 01 me 11111M. 1 v.si run
down in welKht to HI) poundsDud
wasn't able to do much of nny work I
w.is pale and nervous. My tliroat Iroulil
oil me some uud 1 li.nl to uoukIi u Hriat
"I was 11 vine at Kindlav, Ohio, nnd
iteehlod In (xiino hole as I hoped the
change of climate Mould help me. As
I found no relief, 1 li-vmi usltiK Dr.
Williams' l'lnk Pills. 1 felt Mternfttr
taking n few lsires. I gullied seiernl
pounds III M eight uud took the pills
until cured. I h.ivu never been III such
L'ood health as 1 am now."
Tlf value of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
ill il'dillity oases lies ill their direct re-
Slsiuse to the Heeds lit thu blood. Tliut
I hey do this m ell I'Miouiihytliftgrmluul
dUlpiaraiiceof the h.miii toiiisaud tho
return of color and lieallh. Thevlay
the fomi billon for iiermuueiit hi all li in
A vilutiblo booklet,- "Dl'mi'PS of tho
IV'sl " tout tiiii'iK fuller luforiuatiuu
1 1 ls "'nt fit e unou remv fct.
ifr Williams' Pink Pills nro wild bv
n'l ilrniuists or will Imi sent, listpaid,
on ri-ivltit of li'V. M eents 1st box: six
b res.?0, bv Hiu Dr. W"lli.inis Jfcd
I ii.o Ciimpauy, i'.chciiei tadr, X. Y.
FOR ALOHA TEMPLE
James McCatidlesj Qo:3 as Rcpre
sentative cf Hawaiian Nobles
Will Regale Brothers With Ha
waiian Coffee "Aloha" Tans
for the Ladies.
and Shoe Sale
EVER HELD IN HONOLULU
ADLER-ROCHESTER made suits
in greys, browns and blues, for
merly $25, now $15 a suit.
LATEST CUT and STYLE suits,
formerly $16 to $20, now
SWELL SUMMER WEIGHT suits
formerly $10 to $15, now $8. '
STRAW HATS, all shapes and
styles, formerly $1.50 to $2.50,
FELT HATS, all shapes, styles,
and colors, formerly $1.50 to
PANAMA HATS, all styles, for
merly $12 and $10, now $6
FULL LINES of Auto and Yacht
ing Caps at equally reduced
$1 a Pair
S0R0SIS OXFORD TIES in medium and narrow
lasts; broken lines. Regular $3.50 to $5.
$1.95 a Pair
S0R0SIS PUMPS In Patent Kid, Vici Kid, anil
Tan Russia Calf: low heels. Regular $4 per pair.
$2.85 a Pair
S0R0SIS PATENT KID IACE SHOES In liKht or
heavy soles. Reg alar $5 grade. ,
$2.50 a Pair
LADIES' PATENT KID, one-button, French-heel
TIE; very chif. Regular $4 grade.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER TAN RUSS.' CALF button shoe; all
sizes. Regular $4.50.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER PATENT KID SHOES In Blucher or
button. Regular $4 and $5.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER OXFORD TIES In Patent Kid or
Tarr Russ. Calf; broken line, pietty good size. Reg
ular $4 and $5 grade.
NEW GOODS are due to, arrive on anv steamer now, and we must have room.
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY' MORNING, MARCH 19. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
.err oc vxx, jLjXcl.
"Sunny Jim" McCnudlcrti, 1'red
l.cwjs, Chaillc Mm ray and N. 11.
Young will leavo uu thu Siberia today
for the const. They nio on their way
in New Orleans to niton. 1 'the linper
111 Council or the'olilca which Ik Hum
o be held In that city.
James .McCiudli'SK ifues a tho rep
icsciitullu) of Aloha Temple and the
other Hue o arc classed u an hono'i
This, will Ins the fourth Council thai
.Mr. .McCiindlcss hus utlunded.iitt' rop
rcuentiitlvo nnd the nianv K""d lb'"''
that have been Haiti of him and of bin
wa.VB whllo dltcliai'KlnK thin ituiy an.
IlllnitH In he pioud of.
"Sunny Jim" miyH that lie naver for
Kctx to do a little promotion work
while he In abroad for tho rihuI of the
Amum; tlio fu.itttresi of the prexeu'
trip nio two e.iscu of roai.tc.1 Hawaiian
coffee which will be served up to thu
lent of Hie UllorH mi Ion:; an It lusts.
TIiIb bide Issue haH been furnUhe.Hry
llackreld & Co.
A ltiruu supiily of Hawaiian funs
'.villi Hie word "Aloha" printed thereon
will nlwi he laki'ii to thu niullicrn city
and Im dlsti United aiuoiii; the Lulled
who uttend with Nobles.
Mr. McCaudlcss states that the Tettn
pie which he represents will not lio'ln
tho shado In thu least when It comes to
keeping "open houso" In the conclave
city, lie Is Chief Hiihlnn of A'olia
Teinple ut thu present time ond ex
peels to be elected I'otentale next
I'ATTIJN III Honolulu, Match 24,
1911), Kdwurd r. Patten. The funeral
will take place this afternoon from
Williams' UudcrtakliiK l'atlors on
Koit street. Ciemntlon.
I'rleiids yon had were many. Your
sad and sudden leaving us Is deeply
mom nj I. especially by Ihut chain of
I'alo'o fellowthlp of which you were a
link, I'aiewell, friend Patten, a long
fnifrwell III! wo meet again. M.
AOED WOMAN NEARLY KILLED
BY GAME ROOSTER IN MISSOURI
ST. I.OUIS. March 12. Mis, Mnry
Jlellly, 75, years old, was attacked and
seilously Injured bv a gsme rooster
at her home In Maplowood yesterday
afternoon. Slio was saved from death
hy Hie anlvnl of n giaiiddaiiKhter'Mlsa
Nonelte l.e (Iraml, who killed the fowl
after a battle with n rlllo. Mrs. Hellly
was tiiKi'ti to a hosiltal. und physl
clung say her Injuries nro scilnus,
8lu was iit(aekedfmni behind and
knocked down by tlio rooster, which
blushed her fate and lluoat with Its
spurs. She fought desperately for suv
eial uilnutns, hut hecamo unconscious
an! the muster was picking ut her
ees wneii miss l.o Ornnd arrived. Th'3
rooster then attacked tho elrl. who
rushed to the houso, secumd n rlllo'
mid killed tho fowl.
WH1TNEV& MARSH, Ltd.
We have just received from our
Paris aeent the latest effects in
Bugle and Bead Trimmings and !
Fringes. ' we are showing some
of these in jmr windpw.
New ' I
Lingerie Gowns I
A small assortment of the new- !
est designs iust to hand.
N1CELLE OLIVE OIL
The Most Delicious Made
ASX YOUR GROCER FOR IT
Onlv Sound. Perfect Olives nrc, used in making this oil,
and it is perfectly pine.
BOTTLED AT NICE, FRANCE
In y4, i2, a.ul 1-Gallon Tins, with S;out
A New Line of Dress Ginghams
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu Street
TALCUM POWDERS, SHAVING POWDER.
TOOTH POWDERS, SHAVING STICK,
TOOTH PASTE, CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAPS.
FULL LINE OF COLOGNES AND-TOILET WATERS.
American Brokerage Co.
Telephone 291 Daily Delivery
NEW HATS, Cpast Styles
1028 Nuuanu St.
Modern Ideas of Comfort
in the office and in the home demand a circulation of the
The New ' -8-Inch
will insure a circulat ion of the air with absolute noise- !
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.