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HONOLULtJ STAR BCI.LE1IX, 6ATURDAV, AUG. 17t 1012.
THE LINEN DRESS PROBLEM
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Every . woman cove a linen fn
or two for practical all round wcaV
wMte one and a colored one if
HWe. Pot linen of a satisfa-tory quil 4il? -tr
la expensive, andt even bYsA'&X:&
rfoaomicai 01 paiierna cosU at liM
Cve : loUara.-;. - .. , ,..;tVH"
r : One clever girl, however, ha vnlvo.
; the problem , of Hneir gowii;forfVi
and as they cort reio lltt!
, BY C 8. ALBERT. : ; .
;Cl?lcal fUai-Bulktin CorreBpomlfnccl
WASHINGTON, D. August 2.
Miss Helen Taft and her brotLer, Mr.
, Robert Taft, will leave their rar -r
i.? home at Beverly, Mass. for a monta"
: norceDack trip tnroagfrtne Glacier Na
tional Park, in Montana. In Mlnnea
: roHt , their Drrt ,stop, they will be
' gncttc of BIra. George. E. Vincent,, who
will chaperon a party of young people
f 01 the outing. Mi8 Isabelle Vincent
ts8 at Bryn Mawr with Misa Hele
and will be a debutante next' winter
with, in all probability, a atay at the
Vbite Houre-as part of Ler plC?8
V ure. c.- 'V Vi."-. ':"' -1
Mlaa" Martha. Dowera ; of this city,
daughter of the la(e asslitant attorney
general, will be in the party,; :
wisdom. -s,-.-. . ;:.!.
.. . T A linen aheet. an. heirloom from'htjV
maternal gn!mnhf f. flrn rurp.
or lir a DiiinTrTnnif-?r.i
llr- Ufjilll I Nil I II v whom have spent the spring. seaaon in gK
m 1 1 J lyiiii iu m. ui i; 'London where they were presented at cce8t an(I yeirowinearh year. Sh
H -V, f; , : r court- and otherwise enjoyed the gay- V,0"1"' e-?'r her granimothr
; . .:-l."-r--' -: N i etlea there for the-past two montha. wo.ro7rh rcfe" her deacend-
of rKIsmet" -Jn -i r-. ummer home at Dublin, N. H.r W enement.forr twoand.-lialf
There will, of courre, be numerona r
Hlnnor. In flHanr.- Mr. Vanrf VtSlli Jonian 'nto.the hunf.
bllt'a dance - ; Eigland'arrived abbatcT the Franconla mest frock lonelnie. a one piece
: , 1 at t -r d vfti
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Brown of rlngton's toother, Mi;James,McMil. .wfar' witl . Jen old Irish la-e
New Tork, formerly MwtcIaJllaiihertttmm at -Man. ITr JZ ?7m?-W
cnescerroy-uie-siea. oir.joan waa lorm-; t "T . 7 -- " insnw,,
w.. announce Lae enKaxeuieBi i r-.
daughter, Misa, Dorothy Bron, ; VH, ' Brtush-mimsier. plenipotentiary J-; '"TV -'"L" '"'7 arcomn,
Lieut. Hugh Henry' McGhee, 2d .Cav4iV Abyssinia, iliavlrig -been,trsferred t0 nK
alra U SAT- - - ' ... " to the diplomaUe; service from - tlje tt!n, for ?hr T. ln?tal of
. V . v v ;V, .V in whlrh he nrirfnallr' enlisted -the.skimny narrow widths of linn
mm W fCANTRELL : &
Mrs. Clarenee , Watson has Joined a pnvate,, e n-w .omy msianee . .v . 55 Vq? H
mer at their estate in West Virginia. "v -r -' .
Watson at their apartment at. of. a man rising from the ranka of an unttV A theJinen section
Mansion for a fewaya. Mrs. infantry , retf
haa'been spending the sum- Plenipotentiary.,
Lieut Robert . Henderson, .U. : Si .Nj,
Mis MsrtoriA StnsrL whose enaaee- . and Mrs. Henderson - will acompany
The details have not been complete?
but enouRh.is hinted at to fhow that
: the costume party 'which Mrs. Corn
. lus V8nderhlJt will give August 23 r
-BcaulieB, her Newport villa, will out
' dc anything that has been attempted
in years, . -'' r.r-'
It Is ' said that the costumes to be
'worn will 'be after the - fashion of
countries 'east of - the " Sues. " It wilt
follow,' in 'a mcarure, iome of. the re
cent pageants in England,' like the
Shakerpeare'bali.of a year ao or the
early, nineteenth' century bill of thl i
season, which was arranged by. Mrs.
George Comwalllp. West and some or
iier American friends who have, mar
Tied on' lht ei5e of the water. It ;
expected that special quadrilles will
be arrancwl and there wlU aa well be
tome professlonpl entertslners. .
'A dhre of s!nillr rhratr
given 1art wfnter in New York bv Mrs.
Robert Goelel. her guests following
ment to Mr. Charles E. . Hughes, Jr.; ar party of Wends n motor tnp.to ffc that cost less than ;two j
has r.een announced, is now on a viilt Luray. Va, leaving Washlhgton. Sat. dollars. : ; : ..; . .
to the parents of her fiance. Justice; urday and returning Monday;-; Abojit . .r 1
mo it. - jv ji w c PrnUWo
and Mrs. Hughes, at their 'Adirondack's the . middle of next week - they:; wJU
Camp ' "Mi . . , ; . ' XIUBe r uieir.: uuubc uui iwwy-uiov
- , ;:.:-.. . ".:..V',. street and will go North .for a' month's1
MnL Christian - Hemmlck will vpre sojourn , at (oneVon tte8ortsi f
sent, with the assistance of the young'. ' jft'Cv ',I'V
e? society element at Bar Harbor; a' t-Paymaster' Charier B- O Leary. US.
new pantomine and dance called ''ByC NVnd Mrs 0Leary;will leave ,Wash
the i Enchanted r Stream ? Nymphs, :.Ingtpn Stturday .fpr a, stay of several
naiads, water sr!nls and ; whlsperrnfweeKs ai auic
rredt are the forms her assists v ;Paymaster wimam m. L,uuenew. lm
Lin - r . ..-.i rr . v 'nrt Mm- TJttlefleld have closed
their reslrdence .on Belmont ,, street
nd :; ?are- " spending- the- ,;summeiv at
win "take, inxea are Dncea r a
and seats at $5.c ji'-'-'i
sequentiy. sne pnr-n?iert t one? and
one-qqarter rd Ienf.t of sheetiTt f
$10 a jrard. . Fron this vns r-V- i
iv Paymaster General and Mrs: Cowle" Evelyn N J-'--r;.
nave goue to ui v.iiiui uumjum,,!
and during the absence of. the former j :Dr. and Mrs. aW. BichaMson left
Pav Inspector J. J. Cheatnam Is actlngv today for an-automobile tour thrtigh
chief of the bureau of supplies and ac the , New England sUtes and . WHIM
- gone about' nve weeas. t- ur auu sir.
I counts,' wavy uepartmenu - v 4 - kudo uuuv'w -....
, Mfs. Franklin MacVeagh, wife : of. Frear as V house guest, during, thee-
the Secretary of the Treasury, was a cent visit here. .-v:
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' Hef. Dorcrara Scudflcr, D. D min
istcr; Rev. Amos A.. Ebcrsole,- asso
ciate minister. : -v . '" ' .V
' 9; DO a. m. Bible pchool.' Mr; Wil
liam ; A. Rowen,. superintendent; s'r
-10:10 ai m.Adwlt Bible class , for
men iind women, condacted . by Rev.. F.
S. Scudder.: . - '
vll a. m. Morning' worship: ;Terxnon
by Rerv Frank L.1Goodppecd, cDv D.,
pastor First Presbyterian church, 'evening,
Oakland. California, r : .. . 1 We
. M SO - p. ' m. Christian ; Endeavor! Knowledge,"
. - It Is .'"lioViefs? to draw.a harT sn-
fast" llne;:hf wpn anmns ; useful -aM
apronf fornantpnyal. The useful' inrn
grow: yealrW rnore attractive, and t1 J
frivolo'is bits of lawn and lace. trv t
chafing dish "spreads'! not only! t I
hostess but; her euesrs need he'-
Ing little protections for their dres
es. C r - V -; -rj Q. '
One need not be a skilled mffv
eress" in, qrder to; makeln'vt f ns
Ing aprons. It her noV hTrw
shapes, but; recently com ti Wr :-n1;-she.
will find many an insn'rntfon to ("be
carried opt In ''plpln f wnV t i .
'The pocket In all Its VPrttions.
te. be the. main feature. The n-n-T iss
now cpme 1 1 i its own: A nd 1h ftH'"
many ways.; this pretfr '.? jn'od?" of
structlon ;can be ' iitillzed ffive nVt?J
v The 'panel runs down ' the tmHV of
1the)aprpnfront,acdln Sits -tf.iji
form "Js? f fht;pv and ' d owii.f
Joined I to the two! sMep with ;. bwfn
Insertion'or narrow'. fbotinc.' CTeyrSf
rTarladon-to'tnuvts iH.Tiavfnis' W fsid
f parts? either fathered or tucked .
i theband. For a' useful little sewiptf
aprp J the Jower half of Jhe;rpn?I cin
tevinadevduble as a tag .to poldna.'s:
i forrt th
tittW bib always hinting at , cbourtv.
snape-naa wtn panel ana bib out
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Imported Direct from Belfast Ireland. J
$L60f per Doz.
or' where some treasure of lace Is to
be .'utilized without cutting, the ' best
p!an Is to design the center strip sc
as to give the proper shape that broad
iens at . the top. , This can readily.: be
done by sloping' if t In" eyenly on each
side, so that the section which is several-Inches
across at the top narrows
to sv pbint at , the lower end of the
jabot; If "a . little strip of : lace' insert
jtion. or embroidery- Is to ; be used f 01
itbereenteri sirlp. the shaping can ye
cbet ,;aceompiish d by the, use : ot wing
i?eos," of lace or sheer ; lawn, "set ' at
4ich side ;and serving as . the, f ounda-tion-to;
rh ich the frilly parts are)(at
t-cheL "lit ithls;w??; jaihematlteed
fflllVcau 'be . Joined -to .a drawn-work
center; with the proper graduon, yet
without finy-necessity! for slashing intc
a'tand of needlework that : one ; ,may
some day.. desire for other purposes.:
tf'IJ theccnter; be designed especially
for: the purpose; the ;t slanting edges
sive- opportunity ..Jor ,..vt graceful
curves. and for patternsthati will -eon
form, to the shaping -and give an indi
VldiiaL touch to' the jabot not seen . in
the .-storemade?. variety.
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meeting. Union meeting , with Chris
vtian Church C,:E.--
l-pM 7:45 this church will join' with
other members of the Tnterchurch
Federation in the union services to be
held la "the Bijou theater. Dr. Good
speed will speak on ,"A Man's Relig?
. Ion." Special music. - Everybody in
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THE rilBISTIAN; CHCRCII.
At the Christian Church tomorrow
' morning, the sermon will be 'given by
v Dr. Kent of the University of Virginia
and in the afternoon at 2: SO Minister
Fetcra will conduct the funeral aenr-,
ices over the remains of the late Wal
ter, CWecdon, who for many; -years
- was an elder, and active worker in
. this church. The minister will be as--
listed" iav the' services by Mr. W. "A:
Bo wen and Rev. W. D. Westervelt,
hnth of whom fnr manv vpm vr
timatb with deceased, and their nartle-' D m. '
ipation In the service will represent All are cordlally invited.
Thdse who have enjoyed hearing' Mr.
Fritch In 'The i Bluebird- ; will J be
pleased to " have this opportunity 4 of
hearing him on Metaphysics. ' A meta
physical i library and " free f reading
room are connected with the Home to
which we welcome all visitors and. In
vestigators of the New; Thought ; A
cordial ' Invitation Is extended ; to all
seekers of the higher things of , life. -
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FIRST : CIIURCn OF : CHRISTit V
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" 3undayserv.ices Sunday school at
9;45 for young people under twenty
years. A Lesson' sermon aU 11A.t m.;
subject; Soul.M V '1': J;'
meeting at 8 .o'cl ocks '. J V. ;.
" All services are held In the ..Odd
Fellows building,' Fort street, where
also a; free reading room. Is. open? to
the, public daily from 11 a.-; m.'; to' 1
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an. effect could be ealn icMua.ior some uieijt in. ine irans-,
either' machine; or .Midrt esterdayifbi-f the: Philippines:
uuib. cKae me outer no :; .-, ;. i-;, - v ; ;;
should 1 be : trimmed . to r f;
The biMieed not be "lirw?-;;;
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'Dear io th Heath of iaz lc....::.
'. Dili T. FELIX G0UHAUC3
. -A t fi' nw . .
or. r.LGiaL :: r.u. . . .
; Artlch for Pcri':u!z: J 7c
Every woman e'vei It to ! -
loved ones t retain V.. c: xr..i
nature ha ietto-weU li' -n htr. . .
halX a century this arti-.a I -i -.
- by actresses. Binder ar. l v
fashion. It, renders th t.:i t
' softness of velvet 1ivi-t Jt c r -'
pearly whits ani Is h! -h!y V'-;r
preparing1 for d.lly ofevf:..-.; t:
it is a liquid anj ncn-srr -y
It remains unnotirl.
dances. baJTj tr other ent-r:
prsvent a rreasy orr'nr' c(
plexloa causea ty t. 3 -fceated.
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Couraud't Oriental Cre"?n cv
i!lseas9 and"rliev"S J :r.L"'T.
f Tan. Ilmple iilackh"'. :
, . ; ' Rash.-' Freckles anl vu '.r
ITellow and Muddy sJrtn.' giving a delicately, clear, anl ref.r.ei c:.
which every woman, desires. : , - . ,
No. ,10 - ' i ;For sale, by Druggists and. Fancy Goods D:z!:r .
FcrrL X; Hbplcins, Prc?.r 37 Great Jen z z C jt:
AI WiThY VS v;R : FS
byr the large aUendance. Mthe, meet- ini.i r
ings thus' faryv-thousand .peopleilst-1; ? al?f "V'V- r - - V-' - ' - " y'5::T--i:V-y;H':Y:-' I
ened:.withpt attenon'; to,hls address
last Sunday evening v -.-3 .vle;.cpin. e prons twiu?.-ui.im- . sajs kajnuisuo, , August? 5,yn-.a?iverjisementr ; m a . mornin?.. paper ;im.
. -. I t - " 1-1. . n . . . .- . - r I IIIIl . .1 IHIIIIIMl. Hlfllfr. WM VK XrililTlll I L. ' MM M . m 1 Mm M ..a. A M n . I M M .1. MA I I AS. Aft B.W 'AMA H. Win I
SUlo W B; eopiBS OerVJCei' anfl l i " muov 1 wwii , uei . auu uu laucuw sii uu mist tj-i . . i j 4
Engllshpeaklng v people yareinv : da!nlMe. Wtlteklea' iT another . week." Shame .on; man-at ' tie beauty: -par or, and:after ! fig Z.. - ; t '
to attend. ..The serrlee. begins at 7:45 i tfrdle, to jtako; tip f place, of;lhf tivudge Sullivan!-, ; ;; laving been advised by; both; of them, THt fi CiCd I UhL I
program is o;pIahned fori -yt- -r
e?&lns;'ithat-vltiWin::d6srW ,a lhc
at. 9 o'clock. K ym of velvet or vp.
li-eTv-n .vv:- : w.WfWrthiughaniinder casing thafe. his I ribbon of a color to catch-ths c
t .v-v eiinfQTf IV i VlITTmri . latter, arrangement IS especially, e00-r? C- -4 - . j.. A -. 1 inVMtil ; ISOrt. with th HnnlAtinn 1 itrannrd with vVrv narrow ? trl - i
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;"It is 'noon. The law provides th .
rlq testimony :ia, crlnlnal matters c: .
case - Is ccatliiucd until
b'clcck next Saturday mcrni:
; MeanwhlJe Lillian's
that targe circle of old-time Honolulu
citizens who would pay a tribute to
the memory of a departed friend.
Thre will be no evening service at
; this- church, the" congregation Joining.
f SEYENTII DAT ADEKTIST. U
' Sabbath services at ' the iAdventist
Church,- 767 Kinau street, will be :
'Sabbath school at 10 a. m.. Dreach-
in the -union service at the Bijou the- , ing at 11. subject rThe Slnfullness of
; ater under the auspiecs of the Inter-? Sin.". ; The . Oahu Prison meeting at
Church Federation, Dr. Goodspead 3 pi m. Sunday evening, preaching iiy
preaching. The young people's meet- the pastor; subject' "The,' World's
ing," usually held at 6:30, will be a 5 Remedies for Sin.?;. All are cordially
joint meeting with the Young People's invited to attend these services. ; -
fvrDgr-. qharles : riCenf prof essorbf
isngitsn literature at the University of
Virginia hasccepe the .Invitation of
Minister' Peters to . occupy hU 'pulpit
and; will preach -at the V Christian
Chnrchr: tomorrow morning -at : il
O'clock; st nrice. The-publlc- Is.cbrdial
ly Invited by . the Jchurch ts heir; Dr.
Kent'r address.;. ?lv" r.
Uruguay . will 1 take part in r the Ex-?
pbsitlo;-..;f.,t lc-P' I
Per Infants vtd (Siildrta.
rta KfcJ Yea I!it3 Arjajs C-jtit
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. Bears the :
vement wnen . me riDuon neeqs wo ,0. - -f . -L;ti-,
-v.aa i..f. . i't? itftelJF -that. .. yher-r . Vrlnkler.- eradicator
,cu; buld ; rub ,the Yearns : Out o corru
KAAiiiifA nnr a a n-r A avrt! (ron In ten minutes. 1 Bdt; Judge
BECOMING BREAKFASTnCAPfculIlvan held hat; .the non J hour
; - V; 1. . '' shaving been, reached, and . this . beins
,T Breakfast caps are so becoming,, so tjaturday the! . defhonstration: would
coquettish; that It is difficult ' to:-iiniTek'toiver:.to another day: Hence
derstand how ne can .retist the .wear- iyuian's madness.- - -;-'- -.i.- - .
ing of them; ' ,':. " When the case of the beauty doc
;-One ha$ a turned back flap of .hand0r aQd her finsband who' was charged
embroidery, on fine, white batiste . jointly with her for obtaining mone)
edged r vith a narowr Valenciennes-; ltnder false pretenses for a half in
lace joined to the full crown. A choq r terest in the beauty parlor business,
ot: soft,: saUn ribbon on either side xow being, conducted in the .Whlttell
Siye a stylish touch to this quaint lit- . building, was called. Judge Sullivan
e cap. ; called the husband of the complain-
. - "" ' . rihg witness to the stand and asked for
" ' SHAPING THE FRILL 'i A the.manner In which he and his wife
; - v ! f 5 werV Induced to invest - their money
' m r-oMnntnir thfi Drettv ddioblWfbhbrouse's testimony was a corro
frill where one desires to make die oratlonSbt that given by his Wife.
of edging material already' In-strip&fof weekago. : .- . " ; r
even width from one end to the
that $1500 more was to bo paid, v But ! leather. . in . natural . tint.
she savs that: she; olicovered afterariengthwIse aJcn? the velvet In j .
time that the wrinkle eradlcator was1 Itl lines'. with sUk of the ccior cf t
nothing but the '' whife .ct.aa .egg,. and
that it. would not do the work claimed
Demand; was made" for '' the ; retunn
of th moneys and .thearxesU upon
which prosecution was 'partly 1 !heard
leather-" This may, Of course, to f:
pEed'Hlt haf fancy buckle or tell ;
tut thi smarter touch 13 to hiv
4jlaih :buckle 'covered eltter .with t
plain - velvet, the plain . leatb cr or
eorrblnatlon.'o! the two. An alf.cr.
tivc is'to have the ccds cf the I
today was made It was at the close --c;"f
of !hls:testlmbny Vthat Mademoiselle l1 nder: a-,rat JaHprcd bow
Tona dsked to be gtvenlan opportun-: one l6''? rafriaU or exar;t y
ity tb demonstrate the'efficacy of her 5Ae..kn5?rd;t,-It -
was; r-;,... .... ,
A " beauty
parlpr .' - attendant
calJed and h threw.:: asIdeher- cIcafc,r 4Do von think it is the risbt st
showing the garb. of. a trained nurse. to take to put ball and ,chaln on cc -A
cot vas broughtinto the.courtroom victsf ' :C -.1- . . ,
UHyIgtiy, ,wc adds weight to lid
les, was permitted to .take, a positio.i steps taken." :
on 'the cot, so that- mademoi3eJJei.v Paris, , detectl vex Velieve" tiat t.
touJd.g;ive ber demonstration, j thieves of France, England and Amc?.
."Hold,v said the f'nr. magistrate.-2are banded. l' , ; .- - ' , . .
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Those who observe the-riibeties correspondence will be interested in our exclusive styles. in.-.
-:v,-;,.;. - : . stationery for ladies and gentlemen. ... . . :;. . , syVS. ;
Our directly imported Parisian statiqnery:fo wilFappcal most strongly to those of.rerlned t.iste: y
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"Steel Die Work anp Engra;ku . ' , .