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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. S, 1012
m WE WOMAN'S WORLD
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Good Taste Shown In
Matter of Perfum
T'-c ipirst ion : "io women jis ia':'
a shower 1,2th in perfume or h.'In
in ii. Hothis ari l all," was a-k'i .
a jirofi In r.i Honolulu b nine' s .i.ni
the fili-r 'x:y. Probably ! i" i.m
the iiiy rran who ha i!"rn?hr. if
not asked, the very samp tjiinf;. Per
hap" women do not always realize
just how much scent they apply to
their persons and in that way overdo
it. Toilet water and perfume ar
important arfides in on' toilet .se:
and no pains shoul 1 be sparer! in th.--selection
of them. It is wise to se
len one Keent and use that in toilet
water, perfume, soap and sachet as
well as powder year in and year out.
In novels where the doings of the so
ciety folk of a century past arechroii-
icled it is often stated that the hero
was oliU tr. reeoe-nfre the heroine at
st mnsV-wl hnll tieranee r.f th tierfimie
on her handkerchief and in t-e same
war in the dime novel the plain
clothes man is able t- locate the wo-
tnan thief. It is most, necessary fCr
a wen groomed roan or woman to
1 ave a bit of delicate perfume, but i;
is bo often overdone that many peo-
pie can rot tolerate the scent or any
kind of perfume.
Complaint is tisually made becaus'i
women overindulge but men particu
larly never mention the fact that
members cf their sex not only use too
much perfume but often use u qual
ity that Is not up to the standard.
Pungent iterfuroery is nauseating in
a giiod many Instances And should not
be used under any circumstances.
The over-use, of perfume Is very
like the over-use of medicine in
some instances. There was a woman
once who; vras told that a certain
number of. grains of headache pow
der would cure the pain in a couple
of hours, so one day when her head
was ; troubling her she took a double
dose, thinking, v she afterwards said.
that if a certain wnount -was good
the thougbt that twice as much
would be fnuch better. To her cha
grin,, however, she found, that the ef
feet was not pleasant. -
While, speaking of toilet articles, II
may be in keeping : to speak of the
rouge pot. If - the ladies of . our
mother's Ume . had thought of using
'coloring on their cheeks or lips they
would, noi doubt, .have ; been ostra
clxed ; from polite society. .Many of
the womed of today seldom leave
their homes unless a touch of car?
mine has Jeen - put to their faces.
yW Electric Heating
' Can you Imagine a more practical article than a Toattar, a Per
colator, a Chafing Dish or an Iron? No. flame, no cdmbustlon, no
vitiation of air, yet absolutely reliable, saying nothing of the conve
nience' and satisfaction. they bring you.
TOASTERS . I. .$5.00
irons w
CURLING TONGS .rv.-.. 3.50
DISC STOVES 450
And ethers tod numerous to mention.
53-57 KING STREET - -
We are determined to
maintain the' high stand
ard of our milk, and at
great expense we have
renewed much of our
handling machinery and
Installed a refrigerating
plant of the most modern
pattern. Although the
cost of feed has advanced
greatly, we will continue
to use only the best Milk
12 cents per quart
Honolulu
Dairymen's
Association
Phone 1542
High
Standard
Use
e
There in an excuse for this if ii hrus
boen done artistically, sn 1 does not.
.show irat the color hit; is not th
tonch of Mother Nature. The ma v
ing up of one's fae is an art ihat
has noi. been mastered by many, if
one can jidge from appearances.
When it is put on in one's home the
rouge may 8eem to be even and lifcht
hut under the harsh glare from, the
sun it pives a hard look to the f?e.
Strange to say more womtn who
fume from 'he countries where roses
Mnom in their cheeks add a touch of
color to them than do those who
come from countries like our own.
Still, gradually the wo.r.en of Hono-:
!u!u arc cdop'ing the modern meth
od k or tneir sisters from the main-
land. There is really some excusei
ior their wantine to add to their an-
nearaticp bv meana nf the rfinee irfif
for the effect that the tropical Suujrm)tner' ou Promised 1 could play
has on the complexion is often din-j ball." "I can not help it you will
couraging. The women here have fcave to And 80 tne mtner cov-
little natural coloring and although re UP her own neglect by stealing the
tne oia saying is that beauty is oniyi
skin deep, every woman wants to have
physical charrri and beauty
HURRY TOO MUCH
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. Princess
Gagarine of Russia, who is here with
ner husband, has caused a commotion
ja social circles by criticising the
American women for being "slender.
American women of good breeding
are so remarkably slender," said the
Princess. "They hurry too much, that
is the reason. Everywhere you see the
American woman, whether she is go
ing" shopping, visiting or elsewhere,
she is moving fast, as if she did not
have a second to lode. . . - ,
.. The Princess would have the wom
en plumper.-' :1.
'? Lou I would v rather a iman would
call me a .fool than a knave.
SueOf course. - It's r truth" that
hurts. , . l.
are positively efficient
and guaranteed in every
way.
PERCOLATORS ....... .$15.00
CHAFERS .............. 10.00
TRAVELING SETS ..... 6.00
WATER HEATERS ..... 6.00
HONOLULU
Piano Moving
2464 Phone 2464
Lorrhi Smith
- MANAGER
Express
Co.
OFFICE and WAREHOUSE:
NUUANU AND QUEEN STS.
STORAGE AND AUTO TRUCK
SAYS AMERICAN
WOMEN SLENDER;
Furniture
Hawaiian
iim ninur x w iu
I'UIUHUllLUl I 111
WOMAN'S LIFE'
Oh. the promises that are made to
children ai.d then retracted tiirowgi
no lault of the child! Those dishon
est actions perhaps are the hardest to
uar and cause the seds of injus
tice to rankle in the little hearts.
Hi chard has been promised that he;
could play ball after school, and al!
day his mind has dwelt on the fact. '
it has helped him through the day's
uisic. caused him to make light of
iittle unkind things that have Leen
paid, caut ed him to hurry at noon and
Set the. wood-box filled so it would
not have to be done after school. Then
when he comes running in from school
all aglow with health and anticipation,
he is met by his mother, who says,
"cnaru, you win uave w
town ana gel me some Duuer. i iur-
, fet to order it this morning.
"But,
- '0 ""'
Some women are dishonest witn
their , husbands f.om the very begin
ning of their married life. They pre
tend to others and to themselves that
they are marrying solely for love,
when the fact is they are marrying
lor a comfortable home, social posi
tion and freedom from the 'responsi
bility of earning a livelihood.
Some women purchase frivolous ar
ticles which they are afraid will re
ceive the, condemnation of their hus
bands, so they hide them away and
wear them only when their husbands
are not near. They have not the cour
age of their convictions and have not
the strength of character to maintain
their personal liberty, bo they satisfy
their desires in secret, become dis
honest in order to avoid explanations.
Some women are dishonest with
their neighbors and acquaintances.
They pretend to like them, x to enjoy a
visit and to be interested in what they
are saying when ail the time in their
hearts they are saying, "Oh, why don't
you go home, you old bore?"
Some women even are dishonest
with themselves, for they make them
selves believe that v they are doing
their best as wives and mothers, that
j they have the .interest of others at
j heart, when 'all K the' time they are
; scheming and planning something for
their own selfish, benefit
j. One mother said, "I think it will do
the children good to go over to their
auntie's for the afternoon." As soon
as they were gone, she dropped down
'in an easy chair and eagerly cora
i menced to 'read a 'new book.
4 Another woman said, "John, you are
working too hard. -1 think you had
better take a vacation." John agreed,
but instead of the coveted fishing trip
he had a two weeks' round of gaiety J
at a iasmonaDie summer resort, ana
jwas relieved when it was time to re-
turn to work.
I1 iOne woman attends church regular
ly and gives large sums to carry on
charitable work, but if her name is
;not always mentioned first among the
givers, she loses interest in the under
taking. She makes it a point toilet
j everyone know she iS philanthropic,
: when all the time she is pnly working
for her own advancement
j And so the list might go on indefl
' nitely. Nearly everyone is dishonest
at times, but there are some who lose
the best there is in life by their dis
honesty. -Dr. Edith B. Lowry in Wo
man's World for October.
SUFFRAGISTS WILL
MEET NEXT THURSDAY
j A meeting of the Woman's Equal
Suffrage association of Hawaii will be
held next Thufsday afternoon, Octo
jber 10, at 2 o'clock sharp at the Hi
I rano hotel. All members are request
jed, in a notice issued today by Cecilia
K. Sharpe, secretary, to attend, and
visitors will be welcomed.
I "You are in love with a blonde," re
marked the fortune teller, "but after J
you marry her beware of a brunette
who " "No danger," remarked the
patron, "it's the same woman."
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever
DB. T. FEUX GODRAUD'S ORIENTAL
r dp ah no Mir.fr n RPiimnco
Removes Tan, Pimple.
Kreckiet. Moth IVclu
Rub, nd Skin Llire
and everr b.ctMi
oq beautj. and u
flee detection. I
ha stood tbe tetl
of Tenrs. ai I
la c liarmlfn v -taoteit
tobe'urci.
1 praptT'f nale
Accept bo counter
(eit of J:nU--u
name. D.. L. A
Savro said to a
lady of the bao
ton ia patient):
"As you lad let
will uae them.
3 recommend
'ftowrntJdV Crew tit a the hast harmful of all tL
ekia preparation." K.t sale by all dmanru and Facer
Oooda Dealer in ne United State. Canada and Europe.
tMLLHOPOlS. Praia. 37 Greil Jcnii S'rwt lnTrL
MACGREGOR A BLATT
Club Stables Block
MILLINERS
Latest Styles Only the Finest
Materials Used
Wall & Dougherty
Jewels
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
HAWAIIAN PLAY
SUCCESS AGAIN
"Bird of Paradise" Now in Sec
ond Season and Making
Good Easily
Hick Tully s
H.rd of 1'i.rauir
fcecson. It has
Hawa,ian play. "The
" L- now in its secor. 1
tu en n a vocifer
ous wek'cn-e in Chicago, the i a 1 1 v j
News publishing a nattering revit-.v.j
It is too loun 10 c:une in tell: j
T'jat ilawai: should come at us con- !
flderably lit up and sultry with th I
sulphurous lava or 1'ele hot scotching j
about promiscuously ought neither t e j
a surprise nor a l ev . Lut exactly the j
sort of thinj, eipccUd of Hawaii dram- j
atized. j
Plaintively Flowery Love Story.
Mr. 'fully has doptd himself vehew- j
ently with the tropical air of Hoiu.- I
j lulu and delivers himself of a plaint-
hvely flowery love slorv approaching
";ine poeuc. acraeunu: e wpuomonc
enjoyment me aumor idKes in me pa
! tb.es of his own theme carries him into
lugubrious minors and wordy thren
ody, but his play is odd. with wails
of lazy music trailing through the
dripping vines and indisputable atmo
spheric truth and thatpiteons happi
ness known only to genuinely super
stitious and idolatrous natives of sun
stricken climates. Where the snow
is, and crisp, high air, nothing of this
innocent sort exists, and that is what
the beach comber in Tully's "The
Bird of Paradise" confesses when he
warns the rather easy mark doctor
that he would better flee the disas
trous sun, lest it clutch his brain with
its flowery fingers and leave him un
done and wrecked.
It is so vividly operatic that before
it is totally lost Puccini or Mascagni
or Leoncavello, one of the pulsing ro
manticists of the latest Italian school,
ought to dream a wonderful score for
it. Even as it is, there is inseparable
from the unfolding of the play, an un
der current of deliciously atmospheric
music. Idle men lounge amiably
around tw anging miniature guitars and
beating gourds, rattling seed tambou
rines and bringing tearful patters and
sobs from the empty fruits of the is
land. It is exultantly ' theatrical and
keyed up to an extraordinary pitch of
sentimental extravagance. Emotions
surge and play in sulky' lightnings all
through the story and the contrast be
tween blunt, cold Americanism thrust
close into the poi kettles of this celes
tial abode for the tomorrow man and
poppy seed lends brilliant colors to
the human part of it Were "the plot
laidcln any other country it would be
the baldest rubbish and unendurably
priggish and artificial, ' But ' put in a
land where they haveo sing," every
thing over - twice- before they, decide
about it and where they look upon
money as a most annoying mistake,
why, the the theme slips into the cli
mate exquisitely and braves cynical
alarms.
Cream of Players for Company.
Mr. Morosco's companies are always
selected from . the cream of players,
and, although the present organization
has lost that prismatic creature of
beauty and force, Laurette Taylor, who
made the . play , tolerable", it reveals
Miss Bessie Barriscale in more than
a servile imitation of the palpitating
Taylor.! That Miss Barriscale has
wisely followed Miss Taylor is laugh
ably apparent, for Lauretle's hula-hula
strut, the glance of the long, deep eye
and stoop in the pitiful little hurt
shoulders are vividly Taylor, but beau
tif ully done by Miss Barriscale, who
has beauty of a nearer sort to the
acolytes of Pele than cold, blonde and
blue of Taylor. Miss Barriscale has
a trainante, tender voice and charm
ing personality, is pretty, vivaciously
dramatic and altogether adorable.
Guy Post does excellent work in a
part which is merely an episode, with
neither conspicuous power nor com
pactness. Frank Sheridan is immense
as the cane planter with political un
derstandings and big, fulminous char
acter. Lewis Stone plays th .slippery
doctor bravely and with great elegance
of dramatic touch.
In the following cast are several fa
miliar names:
Liliha
Miss Pearl Rose
Makia Miss Jane Meredith
Kanoa V. K. Kolomoku
Kapule B. Waiwaole
Nalhe S. M. Kaiawe
Kuakini E. Loke
Lanipule W. B. Aeko
Mahumahu Miss Marie Howe
Kaia Joseph Burton
Hopoe Miss Koaa Kelly
Konia Miss Nance Caldwell
Lemuele Harry Shutan
Hewahewa ....
Luana
Paul Wilson
Capt. Hatch
Mr. Sysonby . . . .
Mrs. Sysonby. . .
Diana Lamed . .
"Ten Thousand
. . . . Howard Hickman
Miss Bessie Barricale
Lewis S. Stone
Frank Sheridan
John V. Burton
. . . Miss Estar Banks
Miss Elise Scott
Dollar" Dean
Guy Bates Post
Koheno Robert Harrison
Tomoro George Hill
Mrs. Crothers Margaret Iangham
Mr. Jameson Frank Maxwell
Miss Kennedy Miss Gladys Runion
BEES TRAIL THIEVES
WHO LOOTED HIVES
I STERLING (Colo.). September 26.
! When J. M. Cornelius, a honey
! producer near here, awoke yesterday
morning he iound that during the.
nignt fifteen bee hives had been
Iti it. r.u i.i I
iLrjit-u ui nunc... nr- n.n.iwcu uiv
I possessed bees to the heme of two
brothers named Lennetr. lmng a mile
away. i ne re uh umiui uip oees ;
.. u, ...... 0 ...v. ..w..... ...... .1.
Bennetts, besieged, had shut the
. doors and windows and were afraid :
to go out, Cornelius
i swore out v. ar-1
of the Bennetts.1
rants for the arrest
They admitted the theft
till vO
. n7
v f i k
Absolutely Pure
Tho only baking povrdc
tnddo front Royal Crcpa
Orcsm of Tartar
Ilofllo, lloUno Phosphate
AMUSEMENTS.
Hawaiian Ope House
FRIDAY EVENING - OCTOBER 11
TUESDAY EVENING - OCTOBER 15
Elenora de Cisneros
GRAND 6PERA CONTRALTO
Assisted by
PAUL DUFAULT
Famous Tenor
J A
M E S L I E B L I N G
Celebrated 'Cellist
Sale of seats beginning Monday
morning at the Promotion Committee
rooms.
PRICES:
i
Orchestra, $2.50; Dress Circle, $2;
last Two Rows, Dress Circle, $1.60;
Balcony.. First Row, $1.50; Balcony,
SI J Gallery, 50c.
With the arrival of the Marama to
day, the scanning of the passenger
list, ' Honolulu music lovers are as
sured that their musical dream Is to
become a reality for conspicuous
among the names on the printed list
are those of Count and Countess de
Cisneros, Paul Dnfault and James
Liebling.
Although the first concert will not
be given until Friday evening, Octo
ber 11, the intervening . time will
give Mamade an opportunity to be
come accustomed to Honolulu's Kona
breezes and to prepare her throat for
the thrills she will give her audience
on Friday and Tuesday, October 15.
Madame de Cisneros will be at
traction enough, for a concert but a
treble attraction is not too much for
those who care for music and so M.
Paul Dufault and James Liebling will
add their arts to the two evenings.
These two artists come fresh from
successes in Australia. The follow
ing was clipped from a Sydney paper:
"The tenor, M. Paul Dufault, will
have many admirers in Sydney. Ma
dame de Cisneros had Justly estimat
ed his qualities. His voice is abund
ant in sweetness, and he has no lack
of power. His success was immedi
ate, and he enjoyed the compliment
of a double encore.
"Mr. James Liebfing, the 'cellist,
is a mature artist, who plays with a
beautiful, warm tone, which he uses
to produce entrancing melodic ef
fects, while in difficult technical pas
sages he plays with lucidity and cer
tainty." Seats are on sale at the rooms of
the Hawaiian Promotion Committee.
THE AMERICAN CAMEL
So it was wluiin seventy miles of
Cape Horn I saw my first South Amer-
j ican camel, for the guanaco belongs
! to the familia camelidae. a small
group of seledonts which includes
only camels and llamas. The family
comprises two species the genus
camelus, confined to the old world,
and the genus llamas, confined to the
southern continent of the new world.
The llama and alpaca are domesti
cated by the natives of the Peruvian
and Bolivian highlands, but the vicu
na and the guanaco are found in the
wild state. The llamas and guanaco
stand about three feet at the shoul
ders, while the vicuna and alpaca are
smaller. Both for its wool and as
beasts of burden the llama was used
long before the coming of the Sn;.a
1
i
nan s. and bv manv is sunnopfri tn he l
a domesticated guanaco. I
The habitat of the llama ends in '
.Nortnem t niie, nut we nnd the guan-.
itiu , itiiuiifiiia uaiiauui aiJ-o in: ougu-'
out the entire length of the Andean j
ci ain, out on the pampas of Patago-
nia, and on the islands of the Fuegian
Archipelo. Charles Wellington Fur-
long in Outing.
rv in
RECREATIONS
FAMOUS SINGERS
AND CELLIST HERE
Wh
itney
OUR MR. BRASCH having jast return
ed from the fashion centers of
New York, London, and Paris, we beg to
announce that
Our First Displays Are Now
Ready for Your Viewing
vf . U -fix
AMUSEMENTS.
BIG ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT
- Clever Comedy
" . . ' '' ' ; '.
Martyh & Florence
' Refined Duo ?
j ; DoyleVhite .
Great Picture Program
Pathe Weekly Showing tha Raising
- ." ; :. of the
"A PERILOUS. RIDE?
. : Melo-Drama
arii mwaa
; f : --Good Comedy
FRONTIER DOCTOR"
Picturesque
PRICES: 10c and 15c :
T H E A T E Ii
MONDAY and TUESDAY
We like these films ourselves, and
if we like them after being more
or less case-hardened from seeing so
many it's long odds on their pleasing
you.
"LITTLE KEEPER OF THE LIGHT"
'SHERIFFS PRISONER"
'A WOMAN'S WAY"
'A STERN PAPA"
(Something's on for Wednesday)
PRICES:
FRED NOYES
10c and 15c
Manager
ATHLETIC PARK
Baseball for Sunday
OCTOBER 13
1:30 STARS vs. J. A. C.
3:30 P. A. C. vs. HAWAIIS
Tfor-vA a
stand and wings can be booked at R
o. Hall & Son's Sporting Department
(entrance King street)
up to 1 p. m.;
after 1pm at M
Kin and Fort
'
A. Gunst & Co.
Star-Bulletin Ads. are Best Business
Getters,
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The
now being shown
by us embody all
thi latest artis
tic touches ;bf
Pans,but Ameri
canized by the
New York manu
facturers. Each
gown is unique.
from ; ,
$25 to . $200
' ' Iff-:-'
AMUSEMENTS.
NUUANU, BELOW
BERETANIA
Prices 10c, 20c, 30c
A BLOM,
fmporter Fort St
SicM for
Silva's Toggery,
Limittd r;
-THE STORE FOR GOOD
CLOTHES'
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Evening
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