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(By Stanley Stephenson) i
The home should he n comfortable (
Mid lovable place It cannot be en
llrolj so If Its decoration Is Inhar
monious Its rooms should have n clnrncter
Hint mnkes them mean something to
their occupants, nnd tho decorations
should be planned and carried out ac
cordingly There Is much In knowing what arc
tho fitting and suitable decorations
Tlioy should have meaning as well as
benutj It Is well to consult with
our decorator, who Knows. What
should wo think If, when a medical
man Is called to see 113, ho ask how
we should like the complaint tiented,
what medicine we desired, nnd, If n
tonic, whether we should have bark
or arsenic' 'llio ikcoratlou of n loom I
Ik iia much boun.il by laws and know I
edge as the treatment of n disease
Wall piper for homo decoiatlon. Is
now designed by artists of talent and
careful training, and mnnufaeliir.Ml bv
men of operlence In matter.! decor
ative, making It possible to bilng true
ait Into oor home nt a low coil.
Wall papeis me made toilaj lor evoty
style and sort of room, and for eeiy
decoratlo purpato imaginable Tor
this ory roasnn great caro shou'd be
oxoiciscd In their tebetlou, lest, out
of all tho great Mil lot), tho wrong
thing bo chosen
in tho Ilrst place, a fow principles
may bo stated which, while tlioy aib
not hard and fast ruloi, nevertheless
gum-rail hold gool. Long orllcal
lines give the nppearnuco of height,
hoilzontal linos the uppeaiance of
breadth It Is the Bame . a with a
room, ei Heal stripes make h room
look hlghoi, while lines running
mound the room, llko a chair rail and
pinto rail mnko It look lower Hence,
stripes make n good decoration for n
low-studded room If they can run
fioni floor to celling the uffect Is veij
noticeable. Tor a small loom bow
over, tho horizontal linos none to
Increase Its apparent size.
To a somewhat less 'degree colois
affect room propoi tlons HluoE.
Green and grnjs are needing coIom,
reds, jellovvs and orange, advancing
colors The latter seem to stand out
verj pronouncid, while the cooler col
ors make It bctm larger. I.-irgc pat
terns also terve to make U room look
tmnllor They aro Just Ujo thing for
public halls but for room's of tho av
erage home It is snfer to (itlck to tho
smaller figures, particular in small
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Tin liall, tho tlrst room c enter
should btr mndo to convey nil evpro3
skin of comfort, warmth and homeli
ness Tho coloring BhotiM bo low In
tone itiul richly quiet In effect, giving
a pleasing contrnst to tho coloring of
the mom opening Into It
Tho llbrniv will suggest thoughtful
trenttnent Hero tho coloring should
not bo heavj nnd depressing, but mod
lum depth, and so ns not to nttrnct nt
lentlou A design t-o prominent that
It appears as though It would hit yoi
to use the phrase often implojed In
tho trade. Is ontlie! out of place.
Tho dining room i-himld nlvvnjg be
niado comfortable nnd con, nucl
eoid and ehoerless Whether the
room be a cry large one or it vorj
sinn'l one, the principle Is tho unmo
conifoit Ib llret As n rule,
browns reds or other warm colors nre
etnploved In prcferenco to dellcato
tints A deep frieze Is oftin used and
If the room has many pictures upon
Its wnlls, n perfectly plain Inck
ground perhaps with stripes or 'i
fiuiill dotted design will look very
well, especl.illv If n hnndsi mo boldly
detlgued frieze ll used with It.
Tho parlor Is usually the best and
handsomest loom In the hoii'e. More
expense Is lavlhed on Its decornllons
and furnishing Nevertheless It
nhmiM not 1 ck cozlnosis or tho home
like feeling It should never bo stiff
or too elaborate. Over-decoration like
overdress Is n in irk of poor taste I'oi i
n colonial pirlor, white woodwoik Is
desirable, to contrast with the diiikl
ni.ihogatij fuinltiiio and to lighten the I
color effect l'or the wall, a two toned i
paper Is good, preferably a light.
green, vcllow or buff and In a colonial
pattern If possible.
It has been assorted with truth thai
tho decorations on atiurserj wall
enn bo mndo to possess considerable'
educational advantage bat npait fioni
that question theio Is no doubt lint I
papei hangings of Infnest to v,mug
ihlMieii mo Uivij- dorlinWc Tor u
loom ret npart to be ui J as a inns
crj Many verj charnim? papers ran
bo unrcliate-l.siich is lb' ' Cfif tmJ
Kitten" fileze( Nurseiy rhli'.OH 111m
trated form ntrmnii 'a'- hanging;.!', Jor
looms of this clarnt'li r It Is' well.:
howuvcr, to nvobl the ci.tilo, cheap di
signs with their strong tnd absurd
colorings, bo ruis' It we believe that
tho surroindli'H have a lasting efifl
upon tho infji mind It must be ad
inltted thnt"a.i;lrj8.'lnircbtlng, papnn
but one In bef vr taste would be 10 fl
ly to product better ksuIIm
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The decora'n ti of the bM uniii)
dioiild be HJit mid lit r T:i1 S inlet,
colors should Mover be us, d I'rcllj
bediooins cm be can led in In white
tin 1 n sing1' pie.niii'i' oo'or Mali an
plait or llg'.t I'lue St n iir also
good r.tvle ! ir t'.e 'id ii it, "lie
ularl If ntjil In Hi- Imvi-r iwothlidn
with a ph'jta rril at tho tup mil a
floral pattern .ib'ivc, ta llio stil'i can
i tin u llttlo In j i. r and tho celling
per brought i)v, to meet It, "lib a
picture niolili , between. Set pal
terns with their mopot mors lepetlllon
should bo nvolled Again theie lire
no hard and fast fulos Conditions
vnrj Light, height and foim ot room
nre to bo considered, otherwise the
result will bo disappointing
It must never bo forgotten that nrtl
flcint light will have n strong Influ
ence on tho nppcaranco of decoration
Admirable colorings when v lowed In
the da light wilt apuoar qulto Insipid
at night time when tho room Is Illum
inated with gas. --The effect of ordin
ary gas Jets Is to cast a yellow- tinge
over tho whole of tho decoration Thin
Is Lometlmos mi advantage, ns In tho
caso of bright ellows. which are
toned down to almost Ivory when
viewed nt night nicctrlc light and
lncmdcsocnt sis light gtvo almost
the snnio effort ns when loved In
Hie day time Tho sufo and simple
into Is Hits:
If a loam Is Ititom'ed to bo used
bv tho nld of nrtlflclal light use that
tight when choosing tho decoration
This Is a i erfoetlv safo rulo to follow,
Inilied, It should never bo dep tried
it a it it & a a
" it it it it it : it it
There will be nn I'astor band eon
reit nt Makeo Island. WnlMM. to
morrow nt 3 p. m. following Is the
"Tho Old Hundred"
Oinnd Mtirch, "Holldios". .Laehnei
Overture, "Knster" Kllng
Ilallnd, "Tho Palms" I'muo
Selection, "Jerusalem" VchII
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs nr. by llerger
Seliction, "Pruvldeiieo" ....Tobanl
Gloria, "Tvvelftli Muss" Mozatt
Finnic, '"nnnhaiiscr'ft Wagner
' ''Star-Spangled' ;IJai.rier,"
o & '
A trading damp with each at
tcntlniico nt Siindaj school Is offered
at a' chinch In Golden, Col., nnd the
schenio Is putting rival Institutions
out of business. Tho stamps may be
exchanged for candy.
Proviso In deed to propoitj glvonl
M -Mrs. Stanford forbt.UlIng dancing
to be nut to California courts to do-'
Will positively be SATURDAY, April 25th
We have told you that we are GOING OUT OF BUSINESS at the Nuuanu
Street Store, and SO WE ARE.
We are losing a whole lot of money in selling' out our stock at such ridicu
lously low prices, but we
ARE FORCED TO DO IT!
Our entire stock of DRY GOODS, SHOES, FURNISHINGS, TRUNKS, etc.,
must be sold.
as we must vacate the Nuuanu Street store Saturday, April 25th. This
coming week you can buy anything you want at YOUR OWN P'RICE.
You should not miss this opportunity. Come and make us an offer
HONOLULU, T H, SATURDAY.
ucidp term tijc Jinnocujiin
nu.ro run mil iiuucluulu
UNSHAPELY NAILS BEAUT1TIED
BY HOME MANICURING
Unshnpcly nnlls ennnot be mndo
beautiful in n night, but vvcekB ot
,..ui..i.t .. mi i. t... ii. ...n,.,t.l
constant euro will bring into pioml
he n eo the half moons nlwajs seen on
pretty nails, nnd will make broad lift
rjcr tips less homclv
Getting the units flexible Is tho
II t St process In Impiovlng their shnpe,
nnd Oils work Is accomplished Inrgely
by the uso of grease Tor this, pur
poso glvccrlne or sweet almond oil Is
rxcollcnt, for both are so penetrating.
As with nil toilet work, tho best re
Milts will bo obtained b taking tho
trentniont at night before going to
bed, so tho cure will go on while ono
If the object of this Is to Improve
the shape of the nnlls or only to bet
tor tho general condition, these rules
should be followed Prepnro n bath
of warm, sonpv water Into this tho
linger tips should be thrust nnd Itcpt
til f,tt nlmtit Ylin tttlmtlna At ttin OTlll
nf tl.ni ii,m. n, iinLr should l.o
wiped 8cparatclv. pushing tho skin
from tho top to the base to help loos
en tho old fledi A diop of oil Is
then put around the bottom or cncli
nail, that tho cuticle ma) not harden.
This done, gentlj push bark tho
ruticlo about the base.
Loosen Skin Around Nail
The object or this Is to loosen nny
rkln adhering to the nail, bi. thai the
'Whole flesh mnj be moved, bill unlcr's
this Is most carefully done, the Rkln
will be bruised. If not broken, nnd
the null enamel will bo scratched.
Doth these Injuiles nro avoided by
having tho skin soft when working
en It, I and stopping nt the slightest
feeling ot Eorcness It Is not to bo ex
pected that enough flesh will be push
ed back at a time to make any notice
nblq dlffcienco In the shano of tho
Jjnll.ti.All that one can do Is to loo-am
As etch finger Is fixed In this way
nnothcV'clrop of oil should bo put on
When both hands havo been front
ed leu Bitot t bandages should be
i Ippcd into tho oil mid bound around
each linger, putting tho beginning of
tho Btrlp on the cushion of the tip
to Hint tho flesh will be brought up.!
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VtHmS lh9fWlt ot the nail aa ho
bandngo goes over Tho vv rapping
rhould be snug, but not so tight ns to
THE LAST DAY at
APH 18, 190S.
'f ttils Is done nightly for months
n great Improvement will lie mndo in
(ho condition of tho nails, but It will
bo many weeks before the alteration
...in i. . iDn.i..
wilt be visible.
When tnklng this "euro" never use
els'orsor n kntfo for trlinnilng tlic
nails, for nothing will so qulcklj
mako them thlclt, coarBC and hurd.
A flic will shorten them without
,.,nr. nnd Its eonttnued use wit,
give n more grnccful slinpo nnd even
Improve the color nnd texture.
A small stick with flnt end, used
In mis . imn tho flpali. Is another im-
plenicnt. besides n
nio l.n la rn.
quired Thcro nre manicure sticks,
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mane speumuj .o. ... i . .
tno niaj uso n wooden skovor that
ionics from tlio butchers, by whit-
lllng the end round to make It small-
nr and then cutting Hat. Tho edges
1 lit.- .1 .
.iiuuiu ..o rounoco
WHILE MARY m AT THE 'PHONE
! When Mury Ann is at tho 'phone
Tho ramlly sits dow n. Delovv
Willi signs nnd innny - nn Inward
Wlille Mai y joshes with her beau.
"You lobster Whero was jou last
Suro thing I must bo shown."
And father holds his iapcr tight
While Miuj'h nt the 'phone.
"Wheio mo Jim nt? I'll bet jou
The dance wna on the fritz!
Thai other guy? Well, I should
nine oinci feu) . wen, b..uu.
, , , . i i. ,
Oh. hlin nn Mnmo Is quits!
Who's with jou now? That Nngel
111 bet It ain't Mnlnno!"
And mother heaven a heavy sigh
Whllo Marj's nt tho 'plume.
, . . ,,
Ilo did, eh- Jlnimtny, what ''-
Tho sltiitln' rink? You bet!
I'm thcro Just like a rubber duck! - - -
No, sho nln't fired mo jet!
N'lx-nlt! Yoa'vo got thai all doped
What? Well, go rnlso a loan!"
Mid tho circle murmurs, "Lord, how"(y ,a RUcn for cliarltJ ,, irtCularly In
long?" ,n hotel or club parlor, hats nro not
Whllo Morv's nt tho 'nhonc. U..ini,,i Vrltlier inn coneral lntro-
St. Louis Post-Dlspntcli.
. . .
San Tranclsco Shrluers leaso circus
for pel foriunnco on April 27.
7 tTrermixrmtmxvvt tinrfnmmmrrnm vj::miin?.wM . rm
a . . .... .....1 .,.tt (tilt fit.
i runs ma) c'niif mm " "
but tin cai 1 !' t remains n smo nnd
uvoille ni'-aim or entertaining filcndi
Infoinallv. or of meeting more ser
ious social obligations. Tho new com
er In a biiit.II town conservative little
'city or subiiilnii circle Is oft Iracs
iliidcsd bv her- canl-pirty mine ...
lenco It Is Jutl r.a well for even vo
man nnd her good man to brush
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note, nssiiih joti i
or sends a
l tinn MlitnlnL?. or I .(! 1UVI. aim limivv;
.. n lnl)lu lt vi litst or pinochle, or
ctichio, or lienrts, this docs not con-
ctituto formal entertaining, jot !
Ishould decide prompt!), nnd, having
accepted the i Invitation, keep i 0111 en
J See'S SS
.... ,... .,... ,. nn n.ini-iir
n ccK nnd nelthei does It mean that
.0 c'alI um over In jour Bhort tweed
or i.ilni ilav t.k rt vv th n I nniiei tuni.
ttnul n.1,1 ll.iitn rn inr. ll means a
pretty houso diess, n caslimerc or
silk, with nklit mid waist matching.
y; ,10stC8M ttM1 ,)ro!,ably Oder
g(mia lglit nifri.glimenl.i nmli f 8i,0
,s ,M) , ,ja,Ci w, t,im,0 tliiu U a
ci,B dish, mound which J on alt
Batlier. If tho evening wanes nnd no
.irnnrl.nir 1 Ct Mill fllYfll fill VA11 tll'O 1
, .... .. "- -ur ,iost' Mwh.
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i when tlic return the cdll i iiiniK
ii... ... tlm tvlinln It la niMior lirttf'l.
(() ()ffer ri,rrcsinctgt howovti small
,jl0 ,luer 0f plajera may be.
I for tho formal cird pally liivltu
tlons nro sent out iinjvvhoto fioni n
1111,11 Oil IIIU 'IllUlf H " "". ---,
week to two v.ccks in nina.ice, o,
that tho hostess niaj bo suio of filling
licr tables with desirable gucslB Re
grets in acceptances should bu sent
nioiiiiitlv nnd If nil emilgeiic) iiiIhob
after the liivltnllon lias In en accepted t
tho hostess should bo notlllul lit once,
so that sho niaj Invito a sulutltuto o.
airango for ono lost fiblo
" "t ' il ""crnoon i.jrt) for wo
nUmo ((;n )ou vcar (mr I)ret
iUost .calling or reception guv n,
!,., .,., i.a ,- ir it in .ve
'f, alu i,c iai1 Is largj you wear!'1"1'10
in frock cut v-.lth n Dutch o.- small ' rmk'
snujio or V nock at leist Glove i aie
woiu to tho houso eltlicr afternoon 01
levelling, but lemoved for play In, In
nun) of the huge eltlis women le-
Italn their hatn at Iiiforma! nfieinoon
'Canl parties, but some hostesses nli
jfCt t thin etistojn and prefer that
1 all quests should lemovo, their linti.
giving Hip looms u mora home 1IU
and gracious, .nspect. Hicli town
tniglll UO Said lO U0 ll HIW l.l.l" linm
lii this uiutlor
When n public cucliio or whist par-
l.uc(lrtmS nerjoitiry. The 1 UroilCjft 's
or managers or tlio nrtnir usuniiy re
relvo arrlvnls nt tho dcor of tin) io
ceptlon room or first parlor nnd all
- r tirti r-tatrtt atariwflfitiJi"1 fflrlilliMfchi&lAarf4iiaMP-J-'f'-;" K---l A.i i ii
vene with their fellow plnvc.K ,
out nn Introduction On the tii
hand, It Is not nec"Sini to ar
tills Informal acquaintance In i
NovvliPie does tl'e ntweonur
her Innate breeding ti t clt Iv
wlllc the cime Ii in angles Il
over much she mav v,ini
gitlsli lierrelf n' this, her first npi
unco In the card pla) Ing sot e.ii m
not nllow her desire lo score poln
to lend her Into i miotics i ii.a. a b
.uiitnoin I knov of nirr th-n
womnn dropped fioni n cudpliwi
not slnipl) becnuso the ccutlil iiji o
tiol her gieod for prizes .m h
tongue when her partnci mad. n
A card party, formal or Informal ii
mauds n call within a fortniUH
jour husband Is n busj in-iii, Inn fn
time to attend the evening un ti
i on must leave bis ci-d when n
our owm nil for the hostess an i
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I .ml nnil unr
for the host
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oven Hotter, nowevor, u jon 1111 in i
has no other lime, to pa) jnir cn'l
gcther on n Sund y nfieinoon
oven In the rmaller iltlei toiluj -..
day itftcrnoons nre much give .
calling nnd mniiv hostesses nnnui n
that they will bo hoim vvlih th i ' a
Innds ever) Bund -v between .. i i
, Tll0 Amerlcan man Is 1U.1 t . .a
tlS'Sl .I'" J".
...-. i-i " ...ir !... li, s
call of bis wife, but she v 111 d i a '
cccatilonc'ly tu urge b'm out fn it
Sunday nftcriioou c.ls
A Curable Disease
Drunkennei-.s Is n progiesslvo ill -
ense; the model ate drinker is not m.
Isflcd with two or three diluks a d.r.
the ciavlng for moio and more b -romes
Irresistible ns tho dbenso ad
vances; tho result la Chronic Alcohol
Um Tho treattnetit used succcs3fttll) 1
thousands right In their own homrs l
It Is n rclcnlinc cure for
cniicss nnd has given surh nnl-
ersal Eatifactlon that It l sold
under n positive guarantee to offert i
i nro oi jour mono) will be t of untied
This guarantee Is given in gool fibh
Mid Is can led out to the lettei Oi
l Ino Is not a new reined) , It has been
sold by tho leading druggist'. In even
ilty tor )cars
Oirlno No. 1 Is tho Ecrct rmedv
Orrlne No. 'i. Is for tluio willing to
nkc tbc ticatment. I'itlier form cost-i
f 1.00. 'Iho giiatanteo Is tho samo In
either ease. Wrlto to Tho On Ino Co,
Washington, D. C, for frco trentUo
en Drunkennc's, mailed In plain
sealed envelope. Orrlno will bo mailed
scaled on receipt of prtro Sold by tho
leading drupglsti In every town and
clt), and In this city by Honolulu
Drug Co.. Lid
who buv tickets mi) foil free i
in stjjiHjKw.arl'w'jm'imi.wi.i im