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HONOLULU 8TAB-BULLRTIN, MONDAY. TAX. r,f 1013.
M THE WOPMN'S WORLD
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BIG SISTER' MOVEMENT HERE
ASSUMING DEFINITE SHAPE NOW
The women who started the Bifi
KiKter movement in Honolulu shortly
before the Christmas holidays met
again at the KHohana Club on Satur
day afternoon. The purpope of the
meeting was to discuss and adopt a
constitution and by-laws .
Mrs. P. K. Kteere. chairman of the
local movement, read the conttitu-.
tion and by-lows of the Big Sister)
Movement in New York and in Chi
cago. A few amendments were made
no as to have them meet the con
ditions here and the constitution and
by laws were acpted.
On Wednesday afternoon there will
1 another meeting of the Big Sisters
at tbe KHohana Club and the consti
tution will be presented to the ladies
and will again be discussed.
The following representatives from
the dilferent districts in the city
were present at Saturday's meeting:
Miss Fletcher and Mrs. Henderson,
Kaimnki;; Mrs. P. Macfarlane and
MrB. It. T. Btichly. Waikiki; Mrs.
Harold Dillingham and Mrs. William
Whitney, "Punahou; Mrs. F. E. bteere
and Mrs, R. It. Reidford, Manoa;
Mrs. A. EL Murphy, Maklkl; Mrs.
George Kluegal' and Mrs. George An
gus, PlaJfisT Deaconess Fulsome,
Town; Mrs. Mary Wilcox Nnuanu;
Mrs. Walter Coombs. Alewa Heights;
Mrs .E. Drier, Palama; Mrs. Wijliam
Mutc.l. Kalihr, and Miss Jones of
the Ilul Pauahi. ;
Helen M. Winslow, in an article on
woman's clubs recently published in
one of the woman's magazines writes:
The Woman's Club . movement has
come to be recognized as an im
portant factor in the civilization, of
today perhaps the most important
of any -of the organized societies be
cause of Its scope of work. A club
can accomplish for a community what
an Individual never can, and.a federa
tion can multiply by fifty what one
club can. do." ' I
The women club members of Hono
lulu" seem to have realized this them-'
elves, gor the cry that hat been ut
tered for the past few months is the
closer federation of Women's clubs
In Honolulu- - t -
Tyearsv 'Individuals 'have' been,
helping; girls and educating them but
an organized movement such as the
. For the New Year festivities your, table arrangements, will
. receive, considerable attention." The Dinner Table reflects your
good taste and Judgment, therefore let it be just so. ' We have
everything 4n china, glass and silver to make the affair the
W. W. DIM
m-'-m II 1 1 m II
INVITE attentic a to their
With its superior facili
ties for high grade embossed
and copper plate work.
The statio st
quality, the newest shades
and shapes, and all work is
Big SifiTers has never before existed
in Honolulu. If the enthusiastic
workers who have gone into the
movement will thinkincly carry on
their work and never let their inter
eft las a great deal will be ac
complished. In her article on the effect of
women's clubs on X he women them
selves, Helen Winslow says:
"Club work has made woman
broader In her sympathies, as well as
in her understanding. It has taught
nor to be tolerant of the views of
those who differ with her. It has
given her interests beyond the petty
gossip of her neighbors and friends.
It has buried personal spites and
jealousies. Perhaps. Test of all. it
has united women of all classes and
creeds; it has forged a massive chain
of earnest, active women a chain
which stretches from ocean to ocean
in this great republic, a chain which
binds American womanhood into a
vast army of workers in the interest
of humanity." ,
As yet, the close federation of
woman's clubB here has merely been
ruggested and though the heads of
many of the clubs have expressed
themselves as being in favor of the
movement the federation has not
The KHohana Art league in chang
ing its name to the KHohana Club
and in amending 4ts by-laws did so
with the view of enlarging its scope
of work. There has, from time to
time been talk of having all of the
clubs here come under the KHohana
Club but . whether it will ever come
about is not known. , i
The KHohana Club however is con
tinually forming .new circles which
are accomplishing a great deal of
work. One of the most active of
these circles is the younger one,, The
Outdoor Circle which has 'done and
is doing a great deal, toward making
Honolulu Beautif uL r A
.This afternoon another circle is to
be formed. It will probably be. called
the 1 Press Circle. Tae club already
has a literary circle but .ths- new
band of workers will work along different-
lines. . , This, afternoon the of
ficers will be 'elected and the . mem
bers be enrolled. ' A number of -ladies
in' the city .who have ; stories pub
lished have been, asked to Join.
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HAIR-DRESSING AND MANI
CURING SHOP OPENING
The Flour Ie Lis Parlors, an ad
junct to the barber shop of the same
name, will be oen for business to
morrow morning with four ladies in
attendance, two hairdressers and two
; manicurists, and a male expert in
cleaning ladies' shoe.. The entrance
: to tbe parlors is on Chaplain lane sep
arate from the barber shop. The
j place is neatly fitted up and contains
hairdressing laboratories, manicuring
tables, ladies' shoe-shining outfits and
a rest room, where ladies may wait
whilst the youngsters are having their
The new place, which contains fea
tures new to Honolulu, will be run as
a distinctly first-class establishment
at Coast prices, and will make a bid
for its share of the local patronage.
The barber shop, which started bus
iness about three weeks ago, is grow
ing in popularity daily and the four
first-class barbers are kept busy the
greater part of the time. From to
morrow on those who desire it may
have their nails manicured whilst the
barber is shaving or cutting their
The "Fleur De Lis" is located in the
ExcclsJor building, corner Fort
street and Chaplain lane. advertise
ment NEW AND NOVEL IDEAS
FOR DANCES IN HONOLULU
Give us a new idea for entertain
ment! is the cry of society every
where, Honolulu nol excepted. Danc
ing is perhaps the most popular form,
of diversion because tbe menfolks
can participate in it. Card playing is
next but it takes too much thought,
leas and afternoon functions are al
ways delightful but still new forms
of entertainment are always c6rdial
As a rule the odd things originate
among, the members of the younger
set and it has been intimated this
week that they are to have a dance
in the very near future and will try
something new, to them at least.
The guests will be given a list of
popular fictions and will be asked to
portray the important characters in
the book. Even the hostess will not
know what character her guests will
imitate but as each one decides upon
a character she will be told so that
there will be no duplicates.
The dance in. itself will be like
every other dance though the nov
elty will add zest, and prizes will be
awarded to the best characters .
If the plans that have been thought
out are consummated the affair will
surely be a huge success.
A .number of years ago a ball of
similar jiature was given here , and
one gentleman well known in society
was attired in the costume of a pig
and carried a ' gate over his
shoulders. He represented the "Es
say of Bacon."
. Another likewise popular gentle
man went in ministerial garb, bis
coat resembling a well filled paper
of pins he impersonated the "Slicket
A very long time ago such enter
tainments were given quite often at
church - socials and while the young
people here will revive the old custom
they will do so with a "grande ball."
The other day a society woman in
timated tHat she would soon give an
old fashioned party. The affair will
take place in a barn and the games
to be played will be the kind told
about In stories of tbe country folk
of a generation ago.
If she does carry out her plans
and the affair is a success perhaps
there will be a few more novel en
tertainments. DECORATED MOTORCYCLES
MAY LEAD BIG PARADE
In case the plans of O. B. Guest,
who was recently appointed chairman
of the motorcycle section of the Floral ,
Parade, are carried out, thirty or more 1
decorated motorcycles will lead the
parade. The idea of introducing this
section into the parade is entirely new
and promise to be one of the most
According to Mr. Guest, his idea of
having the motorcycles lead tbe par
ade is based on solid ground, for the
reason that if this section were placed
in the center of the parade, the riders
would find some difficulty in running
at the slow speed which the parade
will make and consequently would
have trouble in handling their ma
chines, and in case of breakdowns, the
whole line would have to stop. There
fore. Mr. Guest thinks that bis idea of
having his section go first is a very
good one, and his plan will be consid
ered by those in charge of the make
up of the parade.
- "There are going to be a lot of en
tries in this section," said Mr. Guest,
"and more if we are allowed to lead.
There are a lot of motorcycle enthusi
asts in the city, and they will be key
ed up to show what they can do."
A FOLLOWER OF ISFLUENZA.
Aa attack of influenza is often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
been extensively used and with good
success for the relief and cure of his
cough. Many cases have been cured
after other well known remedies had
failed. For sale by all dealers. Ben-!
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NO PLACE LIKE HOME.
j William A. Brown of 9tlj avenue
i has arrived in Hcnoluiu. and a re
I cent letter from him to his family
conveys the information that there
is no plnco like San Francisco, after
iJl. San Francisco Sunset Journal.
I & k
Tko only baking powz'c?
(B&da from Royal Orspo
Orcein of Tortsr
Coiifca, II oils o Pbosb
DR. SCUDDER TALKS
AT YW. C. A. HOME
"Thr fc'iool of Life'' was tie sub
ject of an interesting article read by
Dr. ) jrrnr.is ircudtit'r a? t' ve:-:per
services h''(l at the V. W. ('. A. Home
stead yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The meeting was , opened and closed
with a tong service and there was a
large number of girls and young wo
The educational classes of the asso
ciation will be returned, with, increased
activity tomorrow, all classes' meetirg
at the rtgular time. Several new
classes will be startel and for the
benefit of those who wish to enter the
classes which were started before the
holidays, arrangements have been
made for special instruction in order
that they may catch up with the work
now being done. The Spanish and
French classes will be resumed to
morrow at the usual time.
Miss Tupper, physical directress of
the association, has announced that
the gymnasium classes will meet at
the Castle Kindergarten, on King
street, on Tuesdays and Fridays, and
that the evening classes will meet at
the Homestead instead of in the Bos
ton building. The millinery classes
will meet at the Homestead Tuesday
evenings and the commercial classes
at the same place Friday evenings. It
Id expected that a domestic science
class will be .organized, and arrange
ments are already being made to bring
an instructor here from the Coast.
. The HoIIister Dnig. Co. deserves
praise from Honolulu; people., for in
troducing here the simple buckthorn
bark and glycerine: mixture, known
as Adler-i-ka. This simple German
remedy first became famous by cur
ing apptndicitis and it has now been
discovered that A SINGLE DOSE re
lieves sour stomach, gas on the
stomach and constipation INSTANT
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I rend It in the Mar-Bulletin. It
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