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Till? HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. JUNK 13, 1912.
t4- Things to Interest Our Woman Readers
For The Weddin:
A Simple Home Wedding Breakfast.
Strawberries mi Natural
Srvod on Pineapple Slices
KadliUea Water 'Cross
Prtod Chicken, Drolled Ham
Weddtna Breakfast Served
Mnyoiutalso of Salmon or Lobster
Sweetbread or Chicken l'atttos
OllvtB Hadlshea. Sattca Nu'.s
Strawberry Ice Cretm
remain ner night. Cut tli broad for. Chicken and Mushroom Sandwiches.
these dainty aanawtcUeg In thin i trips Chop equal pnrts or chloKon and
or rli-clo spread Aach slui-. With tho freshly cooked or canned button mush
perfumeu butter and place eeverm pet-, rooms qullo lino, moisten with mayon-.
ala from fresh .o;cs between ho nelso and put between thin lightly,
slices, al'owlng Ihe odijcH to show, buttered slices or hroad. I
Sometlnn -j angel cdlji Is used, spread . Lemon Milk Sheruet.
with Jelly made from rote leaves or Put one quart of frroh milk, two
cups sugar and tho thin yol'ow rind
from 2 lemons In tho doublo holler
Pnt both hlossoms and loaves In Ico cud let It come to a scald. Hemovo tho
water ! half an hour before ualns. I peel and let tho liquid cool. Wlicn
Thou cut ho bread In t.iln uniform , cold freoze until almost solid cnougn
GIVING A CASH VALUE TO LOVE.
Every day or so brings u letter from
a love-lorn youth asking advice as 'o
low to win the damsel of his choico!
s ices, butter lightly and lay on tho' to remove the beater, then ado' the The plaint of almost every corrcspon
lower slice of each matched pair a
medium slzod leaf and icveral of tlTc
bright colored potaVj. Duit lightly
with sr.lt, or sr-read with just a scrap
ins: of mayonnaise (you do not wish
Class to lose tho nron.atlc pungency of tho
flower Itself) ana' put together.
Chicken Salad Sandwiches.
Juice or four largo lemons, or five mo-
dlum sized ones, mixed with three
tnblespoonfuls of augar and tho whites
of throe eggs beaten ttiff. Mix thor
oughly with tho frozen mixture, then
cover tho freezer and stir until frozen
quite hard, llcmove tho beater, scrape
off tho ico, bent and pack closo'y in
Mnu for a Commencement
Party on the Lawn
nhlcknn Salmi with Lettuce oi Bread
and Buttor Sonda-.choi j Chop tho white meat of chicken very ' tho can. Put on the cover, lay tho
Olives Salted Nats , lino, then pound to n smtfoth pulp in a crosspieco on the top to keep the can
let Cream motor. Season to tc.ito with salt,1 down in tho ice and cover with an old
MacarootiB Marsbuiallows pepper, olive oil and a llttlo lemon ,,icco of carpeting wet in salt and wa-
Fruit Punch luice, and spread upon thin slices of ter. Let it stand an hour and .serve.
I lightly buttered bread cut In fancyir it is to be kept longer, draw off the
,1,, ., Tim nm-nra tn tlipsn tllcos are' wntor nun' nnpk with more ice and
prospective ' , , ..,,
In SJilu Mini uu..vj .....v - ttiiu.
t'ent Is that he takes the fair maid
around' and spends a lot of money
cn her; but that notwithstanding this
p.cneroslty on his part, ho seems to
make little headway in her affections.
Porno of the writers concludo cynical
ly that all a girl cares for Is the mon
ey you spend on her; though others
more chivalrous, want to know If any
other road than tho financial ona,
will, lead more directly to the fair
i-iuy have llttlo tasto. It Is tho fact
I hat tho other has noted and roinem
btrcd that pleases many girls, an 1
pleases them far more than conven
tional offerings that express llttlo
thought or understanding.
So the youth who is not mcet'nq;
vlth tho return he wants would do
veil to think or this side of tho mat
ter. And lr the price tags on ones
bunches or violets and orchestra seats
seem to meet with indifference lot
him give those finer things that arc
without price, but which are coined
really from tho finest gold tho thing
of tho spirit thoughtfulncss, consid-
gentlcness true courtesy.
With "showers" for
brides, wedding breakfasts and colla
Hons, class day functions of a'l sorts
n'nd sizes, strawberry festivals, lawn
parties, bridge teas and o'.her festivi
ties Incident to Juno, many a house
keeper Is cuQgeling her brain for sand-
pressed almonds or English walnuts
sliced or chopped very fine. Put to
gether and press.
These are made In different ways,
Red Raspberry Sherbet.
Soak one tablcspoonrul or gelatin in
a quarter or a cup of cold water for
twenty minutes, then add a cup and
a half of boiling water and stir until
dissolved. Add two cups of sugar, one
pint red raspberry juice, or part cur-
! rant and part raspberry, and tho juice
wiches and Ices, cake? and grl.vrtay varying both breads and filling accord-
beverage tuited to all tho30 various ing to fancy. For instance, take six
social affairs. And first some timely thin slices of bread and butter on both
sandwiches: Rides. Spread layers of deviled Iicm 0f two lemons, when cool ireeze.
Rose Petal Sandwiches. between, then press the entire sand- Tuttl Fruttl Jelly.
Flavor f'esh uusaV.l but tor wifh wich. Slice crosswise, making thin Soak one-hr.lf box or gelatin In one
rose by packing in a closed vessel sur- ribbon-'Ike sandwiches. Or use alter- cup 0f cold water for an hour. Add
rounded bv a thick laver of rose nate slices wafer thin of white and ' one pint or boiling .water and' three-
Tim (Vtt . th,. finer lirnvi-Ti tirsnrl with n ftlllnu of Cream ' r,,mr ore nf n r.lltl Of SUCar. and Stir
the llavoriti-, impai' I. Al c th"
cheese and chopped nuts or olives.
until dissolved. Then add the juice
of two small lemons or one and a half
large ones, and strain into a bowl or
pitcher. When it begins to cool or
set" rinse jelly mold out in cold wa
the Jelly over it. Place the mold in a
ter and slice hr.lf a banana in the bot
tom. Put in a few strawberries or
rl then nour some of
pan of chipped ice so that it will hard
en quickly. As soon as it .stiffens put
in some more fruit, cherries, sliced
oranges, sliced figs or berries, then
This is a commercial ago and tho oration
belief is rather general thnt the.
sirnlghtest path to a woman's heart
is through the pocket book. But HOW TO CARE FOR
though this holds true with some, it YOUR SILK UMBRELLA
bv no means holds true with all. And i A silk umbrella seldom receives the
k has th least force with tho young proper care, .'and consequently Is usu-
girl who still cherishes the Illusions
We nre very apt In this country to
judge things by their cash value. Tho
fact that stands out most prominent
ly about a grand opera singer is that
ho gets five thousand dollars a night.
The news that a connoisseur had
paid threo hundred thousand dollars
for a picture is heralded far and wide.
But little is said of the picture. And
this spirit runs through much that
va do. We seem to bo unable to es
timate, except with the magical sign
of the dollar mark. And so it is llt
tlo wonder that the youth of the coun
try feel that they must put a cash
'nlue on love, and a high a one as
they can afford. If they aro to make
But Cupid has not yet come alto
gether under the sway of Plutus. Now
i end then the god of love docs the god
al y disappointing in it.s wear. A soft
silk wears the be.st, with a carved or
natural wood handle, although silver.
gola', ivory, Dresden china, etc., aro all
used. A steel frame is lighter to carry
and admits of a closer roll. When
carrying your umbrella on the street
not in use, keep it furled; if hanging
in your claset, keep its case on. In
fact, it presents a very neat appear
ance if the case is on when it is car
ried. To furl, grasp the stick in the
right hand, shake out tho folds, wrap
them closely around tho stick, begin
ning at tho lower end. and smooth as
they are wrapped around tho stick.
then fasten with the silk band and
s'lp on the silk cover.
When coming in with a wet umbrel
la, stand it handle down to dry, then
wipe oft the handle and ferrule, and
furl the silk sections. If the silk gets
a .spot on it, remove it with a silk rag,
uni.m urntni' ...7 nnn.. f 1
I "unit "uici aitu Duujf. luuil u Bum VI
SQUARE EYELETS ARE NOW THE ARISTOCRATIC SORT.
This lingerie gown has been called tho "flower model" in Paris, since
the design of the bodice suggests an opening flower rising from its calyx.
Square eyelet work is now the fnshlonablo sort, and this gown, by Jeanne
Hallee, combines eyelet embroidery very effectively with torchon lace. In
contrast to the heavy lace and embroidery is the upper bodice of sheer pln-
tucked lawn and val insertion. In this upper bodice is set a collar and
epaulette motir or tho embroidery.
more jelly. Let this haraen, then Keep or wealth obeisance. But it Is not tho silver handle with whiting, wash
WEARING DRAPERIES AND SQUARE TRAINS NOW.
The evening gown is a complex affair -from the dressmaker's stand
point and It costs a deal of money, with its lajers of rich fabric. This
gown includes gray charmouse, gray chiffon, coral chiffon mid embroidered
crepe de chino in its makeup, and the winding tunic and short, square train
aro very modish features. A cream straw hat with gray and coral plumes
and high-heeled boots of gray satin with crystal buttons complete tho costume.
adding fruit and je'.ly until all hf.s
been used. When ready to serve turn
out on a pretty dish and put border
of cherries or berries around it. Serve
plain or with whipped cream or thin
boiled custard. If the jelly in the
pitcher gets too hard before all
rruit is used set it in a pan of
water to sotten.
Put to boil in a clean basin
scant quarts or water and one pint of
sugar; cook until clear; skimming ir
nuppssnrv. Meanwhile squeeze six
lemons and grate a little or the yo low
peel Into the juice. Dissolve a table-
npoonrul or gelatin into a quarter cup
or cola' water, heating it over flio tea
kettle; when the sirup is clear pour
Into the lemon Juice all tho gelatin
cook and freeze; tho beaten whites of
two eggs may be used Instead of the
gelatin to give the ice body, if pre
HuP, wlsIi and drain some flrm,
sweet berries. Prer.s through a strain-j
er enough to give about two-thirds of
a cup or pulp. Cook together in a
granito saucepan one cupful granulat
ed sugar and a half cupful water un
til it spins a thread. Do not stir
wliilo cooking. Whip two whites of
eggs stiff, then pour tho hot syrup
over them and continue beating until
tho mixture Is cold. As it thickens
add the crushed berries a spoonful
at a tinie. Have ready a pint of cream
whipped to a solid froth, stir lightly
inherent nature of Cupid to do so. In j china handle In warm soapsuds, rub
fact, he is really false to himself up a wooden handle with a very
when he does. And so when a youn1;, slightly oily rag.
man finds that the financial expres
sions of love he is proffering are not
having tho effect he wishes, it might
be well for him to turn to other, fin
er and more subtle things.
If a girl does not seem to be par
ticularly impressed by theatre tick
ets and boxes of candy, try some of
'he llttlo attentions that do not cost
tiirney, hut which show thoughtful
consideration and real regard for her
comfort. Some little thoughtful at
tention that shows a man has noted
sonio preference ani planned to satis
fy It, will go straighter to a girl's
heart than any amount or money
spent without reference to what siio
really likes. Somo girls there aro
who aro satisfied if a man shows thorn
: good time, no matter what form
that good time takes. But others are
p'eascd only by discrimination. The
gift of a little book that thoy may
some tlmo liavo admired will pleaso
them more than tho best seat at a
play that thoy care nothing for. A
simple outing that may cost but a
carfaro may give more genuine de
light, than a dance for which thoy
Into the egg and berry mixture, then
pack in a covered mold and bury in
ico and salt, equal proportions, leav
ing it for .several hours.
EMMA PADDOCK TELFOTID.
A good way to mend a silk umbre''-
Ia Is to wet a piece or black court
plaster and fasten it to the sUk just
under the tear and let it dry. It is
much more sat'fltactory procedure
than darning. It closes the hole and'
there are no stitches showing.
The Famous "ROSE" I
GAS IRON I
A HOUSEHOLP NECESSITY.
"I always have a bottle or Cham
berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy In the house," Is what peo
pie' all over the world say of it when
it has once been used. A trial of
this modicino proves It to be so satis
factory that It always holds an hon
oi ed place In the home over after
une dose promptly relieves cramps
in the stomach, colic and dysentery
Try it. For sale by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawaii,
Will do a day's ironing for only $.03 worth of GAS.
Price complete with tubing $3.00.
l Honolulu Gas Company, Ltd. I
ALAKEA AND BERETANIA STS.
I Give your grocer an order for $
THE HALEIWA MOON.
The moon Is just past full and the
attractions at Ilalelwa in the scenic
lino multiplied. The week end may
bo spent there at a co" of ?G.G0, pay
ing all expenses, tho passengers leav
ing tho city at 3.20 P. M. returning
Sunday evening, by tho limited, arriv
ing In Honolulu at 10.10 P. M. There
is golf, tennis nnd bathing for the
guests to indulge in and a fine chicken
dinner is served Sunday evening. An
Inexpensive trip with lots of pleasure
The Scientific Cccking Compound
Better than Butter or Lard
ine oniy cool s
the hot summer.
We have a large stock, all sizes from
THE ORIENTAL CREPE GOODS CO.
to wear durin
1 6 KING STREET, Next to the