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THE HAWAIIAN STAR. MONDAY. APRIL 1. 1912.
S OVER THE TEACUPS.
'WSSBV " -'-'2 ff'Y Society Editor.
S5SEUB - " ' " ' Telephone 2799.
Ilousecleniiing. In Its old-time monnlng, Is bcconjlnt? more and raoro a
i i i. . ... , i. . i ........1 I1 tnmii. r.n.1 Clint. Innntl,
viiinc 01 me past., line stores unit uuru nuuu, uuu un ihujo, ....v.
venlences or archaic times. With hardwood floors, and rugs, and vacuum
clonncrs, and pis or electric ranges, the old-time twlce-u-ycar-upheaval of
the entire house is no longer necessary.
Then, too, other things besides labor-saving helps enter Into living today
to simplify the housocl 'iining problem. Tho modern woman no longer keeps
a lot oC things for which she has no use, to bo handled every time house-
cloanlUR time comes round. When she Is through with clothing or nirnituro
or bookfs or magazines she disposes of them. And thus her houso is practi
cally clear of rubbish.
Hut with the most practical, up-to-date method of living, some work- in
the nature of honsecleanlng has to bo done, as tho spring comes on. And
the time is Urn wing near to think upon the subject.
And the first thing to do is to think. Thought should always precede
action, if the action is to be to the point. A woman should take sufficient
time to deliberately go over mentally all that Is to be done, and to plan out
hr houicli anlng campaign as carefully as a general plans a battle.
She should plan it so there will be no confusion in the work, so that tho
rooms that are cleaned will not bo tramped through and upset when clean
Jug other rooms. She should take Into consideration the various groups or
work that must be done. There is not only scrubbing, and cloaning paint,
and beating rugs to bo done; but there are clothes to be put away from
moths, furniture to re-upholster, or, perhaps, stain and varnish. Hits window
ttlmdos all over the house may need cleaning. All the work should bo
planned, so that It will be done at tho psychological moment, and not so soon
or-so late that it gets entangled with other work, and causes doublo labor.
it. ia hup in i?ntttnir tho clothes all nicely put away from
moths in a room, where they will have to be handled all over again when tho
room is cleaned. One housekeeper, who cleans house without much plan
ninft. puts hor clothes all carefully away in bags and hangs them In tho attic.
.;' -n, ottir. in ninnnfl. tlinv nil have .to he moved.
n'u ti..ia nf ff.plnRv need to be applied to housecleaning quite as
v, , ,..,it, n fnr.tnrv or making locomotives. Don't make two move-
jnaiits to do a piece of work, when, with a little forethought, one movement
V,lllAU this means thinking. But if a woman will sit down with pencil and
napor. and jot down' what has to bo done, group it, classify It, follow mentally
Each task, and dovetail all parts together, so that there are no loose ends and
Unless coitiK backward and forward, she will find her housecleaning going
easily and sauXtorlly as a boat slides down its skids into the water.
."And if it is done in this thorough-going, business-like way, much of tho dis
comfort and tlresomeuess of It is taken out.
OOOOOOOOOOOO o o ooo
O CALLING DAY8 FOR HONO- O
Mondays: Punahou, College
Hills, Manoa, Maklkl.
Tuesday!. Walklkl, Kaplo
lanl Park, Kalmukl, Palolo.
Wednesdays: Nuuanu, Puu
nul, Pacific Heights. First and
Third Wednesdays above Nuu
anu Bridge. Second and Fourth
Wednesdays below Bridge.
Fourth Wednesday, Pacific
Thursdays: Tho PlalnB.
Fridays: Hotels and town.
Fourth Friday, Fort Shatter.
First Tuesday, Fort Ituger.
Saturdays: Kallhl. Thlra and
Fourth Saturdays, Kamehame-
I a king's rntison. It Is said that In
1 tho golilon dome of St. Isaac's anrt
1 the Jowels within Uumtltt has a "war
i chest" that would defttnd hor from
her enemies for many a month If
she should need the gold.
8AVANTS DEFEND SLANG.
Slang Is detestable, say tho profes
sors of the Ktigllsh department of the
University of Kansas.
It depends entirely on the kind of
slang, Is tho reply from the University
Chicago educators took Issue today
with the professors at the University
,of Kansas who were reported in an
I Associated Press dispatch as having
began a campaign to banish the use
i of slang from the campus. "Distaste
ful expressions," "pernicious practice"
and tho llko onme from Prof. 0. K Ui slang, llasnball oan not exist with
Dunlop bikI Prof. 1 1, D. O'I.eary, mem-jout slatiB, and the Hngllsh langungo
hers of the fnaiilty. The professors onn not exist without baseball Blang."
doplorod the prevalence of oxpros-1 "Not all slang Is uboIcbb," said Pror.
bIoiib which wore said to bo doing 'llobort M. I.ovott of tho University of
groat harm to tho Kngllsh langtiaco. Chicago today. "Slang falls Into two
"My nttltudo toward slang Is n hos
tile one," oxplalnnd Prof. Dunlop, ac
cording to tho dispatch. "It may
sound smart to call an Ico cream par
lor n 'Joint' nnd your girl a 'queen,'
but Georgo Ade does n groat harm to
the English language by writing tako
your queen to an. Ice cream joint.'
"We can dispense with some kinds
of slang, maybe," said Prof, Thomas
Knott of the University of Chicago
faculty, who Is an enthusiastic base
ball fan, "but I'll take Issue with any
body who tries to elmlnate baseball
classes pure))' stupid slang and ex
pressions which ronlly havo moaning
nnd furnish Idioms for tho language.
1 have no doubt that 'mnke good' n
slang thnt has come to stay. Many
wordB which wero slang In Shako
Bpearo's day havo come to bo regard
ed as good Kngllsh now." Chicago
It takes a man of originality to poso
as a successful liar.
The most visionary thing about tho
is one kind of an idiot.
Tho only baking powder
trntdo from Royal Grapo
Oream of Tartar
No Alum, No Lime Phosphate
MONDAY MORNING' .
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
"2 H I
SOCIAL NEWS OF THE DAY.
Miss Marian Howland was guest ot
honor at an Informal luncheon :n
Saturday given by Miss Alice Thomp
son. Tho table was prettily dccoratml
with pink and white carnations and
tho corsage bouquets wero of violets.
Covers were laid for Miss Marian
Ilavilnnd, Miss Dlancho Sopor, Miss
Clare Itellley and Miss Alice Thomp
Mrs. James Pino has Issued invita
tions' for a luncheon to bo given on'
Wednesday at her home in Manoa.
Mrs. George G. Guild, with her two
children, will spend Easter week at
v t4 J
Mrs. Harold B. Dillingham has re
ceived a cablegram from her mother,
Mrs. Hyde-Smith, announcing hor in
tention of returning to Honolulu in
tho Sierra, due here on Friday. Mrs.
Hyde-Smith, it will be remembered,
had planned to remain away several
months, and this change in her plans
' is a welcome one to Honolulu society.
Miss ICamakia Magqon has issued
invitations for a luncheon on Thurs
day, to be given at tho Colonial Hotel
in honor of Miss Grace Robertson.
t & &
Mrs. Elizabeth Waterhouse, Miss
Pindar and Miss Margaret Water
house are spending a few days at
. & .
Mrs. It. W. Killer was hostess at a
tea, on Wednesday afternoon at her
homo in Hilo, Hawaii. Tho guest of
honor was Mrs. Lorrin A. Thurston of
Honolulu, who has spent the past
fortnight in and about Hilo. Refresh
incuts wero served at four o'clock
from prettily decorated tables. Assist
ing the hostess were Mrs. L. A. An
drews and Mrs. Charles Kuegcl. Later
in the afternoon tho guests were enter
tained with songs by Mrs. Paul Bar
, tels and Mrs. W. H. C. Campbell. Mrs.
.Filler's guests wero Mrs. Lorrln A.
Thurston, Mrs. Luther Severance,
Mrs. George Kluegel, Mrs. Charles
Furneaux, Mrs. A. G. Curtis, Mrs. C.
', Castendyko, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, Mrs.
William McKay, Mrs. L. A. Andrews,
, Mrs. Alvah Scott, Mrs. Watson, Mrs.
jW. H. Beers, of Honolulu; Miss Wal
fert, Mltrs Severance, Mrs. L. C. Ly
man, Mrs. W. T. Balding, Mrs. u. in.
Holmes, Mrs. Carlsmith, Mrs. Moclne,
Mrs. Bartels, Mrs. W. H. C. Campbell,
Miss Chalmers and Miss Shlpman.
Mr. and Mrs. Templeton Crocker,
who expected to come to Honolulu in
April have changed their plans and
will not come until May.
' Miss Jessie Kaufman will leave San
Francisco for Honolulu on tho tenth
of April. While in tho Islands she
will bo the guest of Miss Harriett
Hatch at San Soucl.
Mrs. Preston of Fort Shafter will bo
hostess for the Service Bridge Club
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Irwin will
arrive in Honolulu In tho early part
v & J
Mrs. Guy F. Maydwell, who went to
the Sanatorium for a surgical oper
ation last week, Is rapidly convalesc
At her home in Puueo, Hilo, last
Tuesday afternoon, Mrs, Byron K.
Balrd entertained a few ladles at a
Five Hundred party.
Special correspoiidciifo of The Star)
WAILUKl', .March :il Mrs 11. P.
taldwin sent a generous donation if
early one hundred books to the Maul
ibrarv Association. Aniom: the long
list are somo oT great value Now !
stack.? will soon havo to be build to
accointnodnte the books that have
been received, r.nd the now books that
the library has just purchased from
loalers In Chicago.
Smallpox has again broken out on
Maul. It has been something like a
year since a caso appeared. But with
the last arrival of Filipinos two casc.T
developed at Waiehu in the camp. Dr.
Osmers has had the entire camp quar
antined. Part of the same company
went to the Maul Agricultural Compa
ny, but as yet no case has appeared
among tho people there.
Convicted of Perjury.
The case of Lilia Paleka, which
hung over three days, was ilnlshed
on Friday. She wan charged with per
jury, and was defended by Jenies
Coke of Honolulu. The jury brought
In n verdict or guilty. Tho sentence
will bo pronounced on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Baldwin ar
rived in tho Honolulan from San
Francisco last Friday morning. Mrs.
H. P. Baldwin, who has been staying
at Mr. Frank Baldwin's houso for the
test six weeks, ho.? returned to Malu
hia. Her own house there is being
thoroughly remodeled. W. Dlnglo has
the contract under the architect, Sam.
Helping the Poor.
The ladles of the Pala Union church
have been doing somo special work
for the poor in Kula who wore unable,
because of their circumstances, to pro
vide themselves with our table clothing.
THE THEATERS j
It makes a girl awfully ashamed to
let a man kiss her without first put
. ting up somo sort of a bluff.
When a girl's head Is covered with
a golden halo Instead of plain red hair
it's a sign the young man she Is en
gaged to Is describing It.
Tho more a trust magnate wants
tho less tho othor fellow gets.
Magic and Mystery Galore at Bijou.
Cunning, the mystic man with
titles, will bo the center of attrac
tion, or will occupy the whole stage j
as it were, at the Bijou tonight, clev-1
erly assisted by his wife in mental
telepathy feats. Carrying as he does
over a ton of paraphernalia, and be
ing so versatile, the Bijou manage
ment decided to feature him for two
performances of an hour's duration
Besides performing a number .f
sleight of hand tricks and illusions,
he will free himself from shackles,
handcuffs, straltjackets, the lnsano
muff, the Oregon boot and, in fact,
Mile. Edmonda will demonstrate her
nowers as a mind reader. She will
read anything written on paper and
will describe all kinds of articles, read
numbers on coins, tell their denomina
tion, etc. One hour In wonderland
sums up tonight's performance at the
Empire In New Garb.
After two weeks of religious solem
nity the Empire reopens tonight as a
vaudeville and motion picture house,
and will commemorate the event by
having a very strong motion picture
program. The vaudeville part of tho
program will be In tho hands of
Varln and Varln, refined vaudevllllans
and musicians, and Curtis and Lo
Van, singers and acrobatic dancers.
RUSSIA'S WEALTH IN HER
Christian Herald: St. Petersburg,
as well as Moscow, has somo cathe
drals which are marvels of ecclesias
tical architecture. St. Isaac's cathe
dral, for instance, In tho center of
tho city, cost twenty-four million
rubles, or twelve million dollars,
Scores and scores of Immense mar
ble pillars adorn its four equal sides,
while several of tho beautiful green
malachite columns within are worth
Two shows nightly each one a full hour long! Truly
your money's worth. A one-man performance
presented by that able artist
Illusionist and flagician
Most gifted stage conversationalist in the ranks of sleight-of-hand
artists. His "talk" drips with humor, wit and
mirth. The great scientific Jailbreaker, in his marvelous
escapes from prison restraint. Feats of adeptness and
agility beyond parallel.
in wonderful Mind
Cunning has a ton of stage properties. His whole
program bristles with entertainment. Every
trick TONIGHT, whether of levitation,
trunk mysteries or palmistry, will
Two performances 7: 1 5 and 8:45
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