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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. SATUnDAY, AUOUST 2, 1D02.
NEW YACHTING WRAP
WOMEN'S CLUBS WITH
EXQUISITE SUMMER GOWN
jS .B 1 . piiiiiiiiihfiiiinf
This stylish effect Is In whllo French mohulr. Tlio collar Is eilRcil with
Hack velvet, Baby velvet ribbon is Interlaced through ecru lacu on collar,
levers and cuffs. Long ends of htacK velvet ribbon fall from tho collar for
- OW that tho remotest cor
ners of tho earth are ulmcht
as well known as Fort
street, thoso who study tho
subject of cookery .no
bringing to light many new and
Btrango ways of cooking familiar too I
products. The American cuisine will
soon becomo cosmopolitan, for I no
American housewife is quick to noto
and mako any Improvements that como
along pertaining to her domain.
A New Way to Cook Aspsragus.
Ono of theso globo trotters, who Is
fond of good living, lias Just returnid
to Philadelphia, and Is bubbling ovur
with culinary secrets discovered In
many lands. For one thing, alio lias a
now way oi cooking asparagus, whtui
sho says Is delirious and which, nt
nay rate, Is a change from tho nietmd
now In voguo Jn tho nvorago house
hold. This sho picked up In I'nlaud.
Tho Poles, sho snyB. boll tho stalks as
wo do, but when plated on tho plat",
ready to bo sorted, crumbs of toast
that havo been soaked In butter aro
sprinkled over tho green ends of tho
vegetables. Over this tho molted but
ter Is poured. The toast crumbs am
an appetizing variety to tho dish,
'A Radish Recipe from France.
A delicious salad, or hors docuvrc,
Is concocted from spring radishes aft'
or-a recipe discovered In a llttlo fre
quented province of Franco. Tho ad
lanes aro cut Into thin slices nut mora
than an eighth of an Inch thick and
soaked In vinegar and oil. Cucumbers
are also cut thin and mixed with thoin,
but In small amounts, as tho radishes
aro to bo tho dominating Ingredient
In tho salad. Flavored with shreds!
of spring onions, the radishes prepared
In this way aro a delicious and piquant
accompaniment for fish.
A New Flavor for Peat.
In cooking vegotables tho French
excel, and nothing better shows their
peculiarities than tho way In which
thoy prepare young peas, which moth
od waa also discovered by this Inquir
ing optcuro. Onions mixed with spring
peas Is not a combination that wo ild
appeal to a great many. Out tho
French do It aiid improve tuo flavor of
oven this delicate vcgctablo by tho
Thoy first put a largo lettuco loaf
Into tha sauccpun. and after having put
the peas Into that, they put a small
onion Into tho pis. Tho flavor of tho
onion and tho lettuco never preponder
ates over that of tho peas, out see-ns
to bring tho other flavor out delicious
ly. Such methods of cooking add as
rlety to familiar dishes that Is woitb
tho effort, and It Is a wonder thoy tire
not mora frequently tried.
A Rich Fln Sauce from Poland,
A rich sauco for flsh known to but a
few PolUh cookB Is made of almonds,
served whole, and raisins that are
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cooked In a beef julco sauce. Tuo
Poles usually cat this sauco with carp,
altnough it goes equally well with any
A German Fish Dressing.
A German way ot treating boiled
flBh that has never been widely known
Is especially adapted to cod and carp
when they aro bonod, and makes cun
our halibut dellclously piquant in .la
or. This Is by using a German sauro
called "mustard" sauco and consisting
nf mustard mixed with melted butter,
It requires bouio skill to do tho mixing
In a way that makes tho sauco not a
lucre combination of butter nnd mus
tanl. Tho mustard sinks to the bot
tom of tho liquid, but when It Is prop
erly made, some of It nlways rlsls to
tho top and gives every plato Its sharo
nf tbo mustard as well as of tha but
ler. Tho scenco of mixing the Ingre
dients In this way Is part of tho skill
of tno cook.
A Provencal Way to Cook Frogs' Legs.
From Franco coaics a wey of cook
ing frogs legs which Is said to bo nn
Improvement oer present methods.
Any household might easily employ It,
because It Involves nothing difficult
beyond the UBe of garlic. Tho legs aro
fried In bread crumbs and over then
Is poured a butter sauco that Is flavor
ed with only a llttlo garlic. Tho diffi
culty Is to get Just tbo right amount or
garlic to mako tho flavor sufficient,
but not excessive. That Is where iho
skill of the took comes In. Tho uso ot
tho vcgctablo Is worth the experiment.
for it adds n tasto to frog legs that
they never .possess otherwise.
And so If you aro tired of tho hum
drum way or cooking these dishes, trv
some of tho methods herein described.
They will add variety to Oie menu,
making a pleasing chango In your bill
RBhLBCTIONS OP A UAC1IELOR
Fat women aro Uko Jcllv. pirnnl
that they aren't good to eat.
Until women learn tho value of si
lence they will ncvor master the art of
When a man conn hnmn rpeiilnrlv
every night it Is a sign that bo didn't.
ana is sorry.
It takes a woman to wakn n man nn
In tho mlddlo of tho night to tell him
to remind her In tho morning ot some
thing she wantB to tell him when he Is
No woman mnftlllora thai nha la l-
Ing her duty as a careful housekeeper
unless sho hears burglars In the cellar
or smells smoke In tho attic every
onco in so often.
Yes, clean )er house, an' clean yor
An' clean ycr barn In ev'ry part;
But brush tho cobvveba from yer head,
An' sweep tho snowbanks from yer
Yes, w'en spring cleanln' comes aroun'
Bring forth tho duster an" the broom,
But rako ycr fogy notions down,
An' sweep yor dusty soul of gloom,
Sam Walter Foss.
WOMAN'S CLUBS havo taken
a most exceeding practical
The beauty doctor is await
ing the lesult with fear and trembling
If they attain their object, the will have
to retire from business.
The woman who has been around the
world and In these days sho Is nu
merous sajs that the artistic Japanese
have solved the problem of wrinkles
and ciow's feet by relegating brlca
brac to the background. (
Urlc-a-brnc Is responsible for moie
wrinkles nnd crow a fet than age or
The woman who Is really anxious
to retnln her good looks to a green old
age will take a lesson from the wise
nnd artistic Japanese, who shows ab
solutely nothing In her drawing loom
except a lovely flower and a tcrecn and
perhaps a beautiful vase.
The Japanese collector cf pictures
keeps all her treasures stowed aw a) In
what Is called a go-down, her store
house, and her pictures are brought up
one at a time If any visitor Is present
or expected. Usually a single picture
Is brought In and hung up, and ou
enjoy that beautiful picture by Itself
Does not this tell the whole secret
of the nlmond-eyed beauty's fair, un
wrinkled skin nnd refreshingly placid
So women who have listened to this
globe-trotter have determined to found
a club for womankind and call It the
No llrlc-a?llrac Club, and at once In
stitute a new order of things, in which
rest, perfect rest, can be found, with
roselcat complexions ns one of the re
wards of membership. Also freedom
from worry; for It Is worry which Is
wearing out the nerves of the average
English women have formed a club
which commends ltslf to consider,!
tlon. It Is called The Don't-Get-TIred
Club. It Is main object Is the organi
zation, on a hygienic basis, of shopping
as pernicious a habit. If carried ton
far, as the bric-a-brac habit
The members pledRe themselves, on
their word of honor as gentlewomen,
not to shop the whole of the da)
"without suitable and proper refresh
ment." Stringent rules are drawn up
of what Is and what Is not allowed
under this heading.
Three men nnd n woman, nil well
dressed and evldentl) well to-do, got a
well known Bowery character to oho-v
them the Bights of New YorK Amo.ig
other places they visited a resort In
Bayard street, which, according to the
police, Is ono of the lowest in the city.
They1 had been there but a little
while wnen six men entered, and thoio
appeared to be considerable excite
ment among the persons there. Two
of the men statloneu themselves nt tha
door, and when several men ottemp'id
to leave the building they wero hand
led rather roughly and thrust back by
The woman of the slumming part)
didn't like the disturbance, and, taking
her escort by tho arm, started for thr
door Then men there stopped her and
told her to go back and keep quiet. Shd
did and told her escort that oho
thought there was some trouble.
Then sho started for the op n door
again. Outsldo she saw a policeman
'Oflicer, I want )ou to tell mo why
these men are keeping me here," elm
"They nre nil policemen, madamV
he answered. "If 1 were you I would
sit down and keep quiet. It wilt bo u'l
How a Short Neck
May be Lengthened
Girls with short, plump necks must
on no account wear tulle or pearl dog
collars round tho throat. These adorn
ments apparently shorten an overlong
neck, givo a short throat a stumpy ap
pearance, and this Is Just what the
short, plump girl must avoid
Extra length is required In this case
and to apparently glvo It a single-
string of pearls or a fay chain should
be worn Just below tho base ot tho
throat. A pendant In front Is also
helpful, as this gives an extra and be
coming Idea of length from thu chin
A beautiful neck, whlto and well
shaped, Is best' left unadorned, with
perhaps tho exception of a narrow
black velvet band or a slender string
of pearls. A wide band of tlbbon or
a heavy necklace conceals the graceful
curves and line texture ot the skin, so
It should not bo donned by the fortu
nate possessor of natural beauty.
It goes without saying a wagon
Throws light on tho subject the
Wq never hear of Wheeling as a bi
The bashful English girl drops her
h's nnd her eyes.
The left fielder has times when he
doesn't get left.
It doesn't seem Inappropriate to say
Back up'" to a cameL
The man who ".mows It all" doesn't
know all that other people say about
"Soft" people aro tho ones It Is hard
to havo any patience with,
Inability to tako anything seriously
may bo regarded as a serious affliction
Thero nio various walks In life, but
the political candidate prefers to run
You may not bo self made, but you
can endeavor to make yourself agreo
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Then each members swears to do her
shopping systematically, to make out
a list of, everything sho wants to buy
and never to toll from Bhop to shop to
see if sho can't get It cheapc r A limit
Is placed on the amount of shopping
that mny be done In one day three
hours fur town women and Ave for
subordinates The carrying or parcels
Is absolutely forbidden, and shopping
In a short skirt made obligatory.
Hi.ro are some worr) don Is adopted
b) these campaigners against wrinkles.
Don't stnrt nervously If a child
makes a noise or breaks n dUh keep
your worry for broken bones
Don't sigh too often over servants
Don't get wildly excited lr Bridget
has ncglertcd to dust the legs of the
halt table, the welfare or neither join
family nor the nation Is Involved.
Don't put too much of yourself Into
the ordering ot the household, or the
management or servants, or the cars
or the ornaments Let the ornaments
or the house be the friends who fre
Don t exhaust all jour reserve forca
over petty cans. Each time that ona
loses control over herself, her nerves,
her temper, she Ioes Just a little mrv
out force. Just a little ili)slcal cll
being, and moves a fraction or an Inch
further on In the path that leads to
premature old age.
Don't work when you are not In a
condition to do so
Don't go to bed late at night and rise
at da break and Imagine that every
hour taken from sleep Is an hour gain
ed. Don't cat as If ou only had a minute
In which to finish the mial. or eat
Don't give unnecessary tlmo to a
certain established routine of house
keeping when It could be much mora
profitably spent In rest or reircatlon.
Don't always Iw doing something,
have Intermittent attmks of Idling To
understand liow to relax Is to under
stand how to strengthen nerves.
Don't woor) others, above all things,
b) forcing them to share )our worries.
Worry Is called the American national
disease and "Amerlcanltls" Is Its dis
Don't fret nnd don't worr) arc the
most healthful of maxims
The guide and the men evidently
thought that they would be allowed to
go. for they did nothing to get away.
Finally one of the men asked a police
man If ho coaldhTKet the woman out
He was told that he had orders to vr
rest all women found In tho placo nn
that sho would have to go to tbo a la
tlon house Tne policemen told the
men that the) were not wanted, but
one of them said he would go with her,
so a policeman and the two walked to
the Eldrldge street station.
They got there Just as a wagonloid
of four women arrived from tho same
placi'. Tho policeman waited with lilt
good looking prisoner until they had
been taken In, and then entered thu
station with them
There the woman was hysterical.
Her escort told Inspector Brooks ho;
it happened The Inspcctoi said that
a mistake had been made and alio a. 'd
tho woman to go Tin- man was heard
to say something about being an attor
ney living at the Hotel Imperial.
There was a big crowd outstrip thu
station and the woman was afraid to
face them, so she waited In tho cap
tain's room until the police drove1 the
crowd away. Then she departed with
her escort. The police do not kno.v
who she was New York Sun.
With His Wife
There Is at least ono lawyer In De
troit who tells the ttutb It Is his cus
tom to put on his oftki door notices
"Gone to lunch; back In half an
"Gone to court, back In thrco
'Gone out to sec a man; back In ten
And so on, ami calleis are generally
successful In waiting foi him.
Onu day last week a caller found
'Gone shopping with in) wife; back
the Lord knows when
The caller didn't wait, nelthci did
four others who ciillt d
In Summer, whi n the days aro long,
Tho Hoses and the Lilies talk;
They hear a murmur lll a song.
As 'neath the trees young lovers
Thoy wonder what the words may bo
That make the girl's cheeks like a
And what ho says that gallant ho
To stir her heart form its repose.
Ah, Roses, you havo not tho spell;
And", Lilies white, you must forego
Tho language In whlih lovers tell
Tho secrots only lovers know.
To be s flower Were Jo) enough,
If Summer lasted all thu )oar;
But Autumn comes and winds aro
and Lilies disappear,
TIs lovers who outllvo the )c-ar,
And tilumph over inter s snow ,
If Iovo be true, they ni i d not fear.
Though mocking seasons come and
Louise Clmndlejf Moulton In
Smart Set. (
Hearts and Point Euchre
Whist is being supplanted by tho
game of hearts, which has always had
a social popularity, and In tho playing
or which each one must keep his or
her wits alive Then, again, the very
name of the game breathes sentiment,
and It Is Inevitable that In n mixed par
ty It should give chances for sallies.
Jests and not a few- proposals, It Is
And with hearts point euchre Is com
ing into favor. This game Is played
the same as all euchre games, with tho
exception that each player receives the1
number of points made at each game.
In playing points rapidity Is tho feat
uro which makes It very exciting, and
It has been noted that less opportunity
is ottered for unfair playing.
Thoso who havo played this game for
tho first tlmo admit that It Is the only
fnlr'way to play euchre. As, for In
stance, In the first game tho head ta
ble scoro stands four to five, those who
Tears pa) no taxes.
Stress makes strong.
A recipe Is not a cake.
A selfish success Is a sad failure.
Cowardly fear finds no favor with
Many words do not make much wis
dom. Tho church Is weakened by wicked
Heaven oft takes In what earth casts
Liking leads to Iovo and love to like
Tho braggart deceives no one but
It takes a' great man to comprehend
Man) a man must lose his all to flm)
Religion without Joy Is a sun with
A state religion does not make a re
When God's showers cease man's
Actual Mberty centers In essential
Iho path to greatness with God lies
open to all.
Tho great life is made up ot great
ness in littles.
Sincerlt) Is the best sermon against
The pearls ot truth tie deep In the sea
The true martyr does not hire out to
A man may bo Judged by his Judg
ments of others
It Is hard to be healed when we hide
Success Is not salvation, but salva-
tlon Is stuccss, ,uru 1,
No man falls of success who co.t When ono Is decrepit he finds plenty
quers himself. of people to act as crutches for him,
God wants fiowirs on hearts more provided his bank account Is not too
than on altar cloths badly crippled
It Is btlll worth while to ho right, ir Washington could come back to
no matter who Is wrong 'earth ho would probably decide that
The roollsh bark at truth because It Instead of tho "Futher of His Coun
Is a Btranger to them. try" no ha(1 fathcr walu.,, a nlm(jred
No ouc Is nearer heaven b belong- )(.ar. and bPcn ono of , song
Ing to the upper classes of society. Th(, oW oal(en buckct 1ant n t wh
The things that make us happ) are tho R0r1 at the gprnSi
thoso to which we havo given our No ono but a millionaire would kick
llcart11, . about embalmed beef these days.
tmp ncriNMiun People who aro pleased that rag
THE BEGINNING. Umu mugc hag ,B(1 (ay wU, b(, dtf
.. ,. . , . , ... lighted to know that whlto stockings
At the funeral of a lawyer of s a . . a ,,,
reputation vvho lived and pract ced In. wh , ,,, g pacemaKer for
a town not fa. from Philadelphia and1 , , tho , Kcncraly ,)reakg ,he
who was known among his friends riCori
thereabouts as an unbellover, nn cml- n1, ,' ,. ... . ,, . .,
ncnt gentleman from Philadelphia! J IlUk .ramc.. ,c.an 1,e TPatl
rei,,i ti.e h nf.or thn ,ini.i..r ""PP1' ' nnklnB all the people pros-
had begun the sermon. Not knowing
how far the service had progressed, lit'1
accosted a well-known Quaker of 'tha
town, who was a trlend of tho deceased
and who was noted for bis' great senbt
of huiiioi anil leaning owr Ills shoul
der, asked In u whisper
'"What put of the services have the)
To wlih h the Quaker, without n
"Just opened for the defense." Phil
This entirely original creation Is In French mull, with black silk em
broidered dots. The bodice sleeves an 1 circular flounce aro trimmed with
black taffeta, appllqued. The collar, vest and puffs on sleeve aro of chiffon
Rising In Social Favor
have made fHo are punched five, and
they progress Those who hnvc made
four aro "punched" four and are only
one point behind Thus the game pro
gresses, and at tho end of the even
ing's play the one having the highest
number of points wins. In two hours
play. If lonn hands are allowed to
count four the scoro will be from 110
to 120 points.
At large euchres, when two hundred
players havo been engaged. It is found
that as man) games can be played as
In the old way and with much added
pleasure to tho playcia.
All rules of euchre apply to this
gome Lone hands can be plaed or
not. If lone bands aro played the
head table should alsu bo atlowed to
play lonu hands. An assisting game
can also be playtd, but this form ot
playing Is not recognized by good en
chre pla)ers as proper, and the assist
ing game is no longer used among our
best cuchro clubs
i JAQGLES k
I had rather bo a heathen nnd wor
ship an Idol than an atheist and wor
It would bo a fine wind that blew ov
er) one good
When ever) thing goes like clocu
work, workmen go not out on a strike.
A parent should keep a tlia.-p eve on
tho girl who Is km-, utter tho uo).
Tho kidnappers must have gono inn
, "'! '"!!? sl"co. 'I"""0. " " "'
Ing Joint; In thu Hue lately,
You cai uov icbt un tho lalder of su;
cess Yin must cim :.ii to cl'.tr.j r
get off, Mist .libera n n- pas
Some pojpn can't see relationship
In a poor and ubszurc- fl't-l cousin, but
are ready to declare that "blood Is
Is thicker than water" when It comes
to a wealthy kinsman, though a halt
dozen generations removed.
When the old folks catch a young
man kissing his sweetheart it might
properly bo termed a blunderbus.
I admire a dignified man, but I nev
er saw-ono I thought got alt the fun
out of llfo that was coming to him.
There nre plenty of preparations to
assist In tho digestion or food, but no '
uiiveiiuuo uu iuu uuiiio as to now to
obtain something to digest.
In the mind or a fool, Is the mark
of a gentleman
When ono has money to burn bo
need not be afraid of tho cold shoul
der. Ho who endeavors to make himself
conspicuous Is generally a cipher who
wishes to stand In tho Place of tho fiir
With meat out of sight and meal a
,.110,,ar n 1"",,,,,1 " '" onl a Piecemeal
the poor man gets
A large sale waa being hoisted
thiough an offUo window and, as a
preeautlomr) measure a sign had
bem placed on the sidewalk, reading:
"Danger Below'" A wag, passing
wrote beneath, 'Safe Above!" Smart
A'iktmMiti it - "t
I SAYINGS OF I
A little girl was visiting her grand
ma who lived on a farm. One of tha
cows which hnd learned to Jump
fences had a little calf. One day thn
little calf was seen attempting to
Jump over a fence. Tho child seeing
it, exclaimed "Oh, grandma, sec that
little calf Jumping tho fence! It must
have Inhaled It from Its mother!"
Mamma was talking to my brothers
ono day about smoking and said It
wasn't good ror a man to smoke Tho
older brother said, "Yes, but Uncla
Will smokes and bo's good."
' Well," said my little brother, ' lia
Just Bmokes to keep his nose warm."
One day a little 5) car-old boy siU
to his mother:
"Mamma, didn't you say you took
Lester to tho dentist's to get his tooth
filled because It ached? Well, mf
stomach aches. Won't ou take me (J
tho candy store and get it filled? '
una day a friend of ours had com
pany to dinner, nnd had borrowed her
neighbors soup plates for tho occa
sion. When tho soup was served, her
little daughter looked admiringly at
tho plates and said-
"My, mamma, aren't Mrs. U.'s soup
In tho days when the word cyclone
was newer than It Is now, a little col
ored bo) who had the negro fondncsi
for big words lived near my grandpas
home. Ono day, on seeing a largo
cloud In tho sky, ho remarked:
"M)' What a big cloud! Thero mus'
be an encyclopedia comln'l"
it ii it
Llttlo Harvey, aged three. Is at tlmoi
destructive. Ills mother, on his re
turn from thft ash barrel, whither ho
had been sent with thn pieces of a
treasured dish. said, reproachfully, to
"Oh, Harvey, )ou break mammi's
heart, being so careless."
Ho looked up, wonderlngly, and said:
"Dlv mo pieces, an' I put 'era In ash
t a a
Willie pushed George Into a pllo rf
coal and George began to cry,
"I don't see what )ou are cr)lng
about," said Willie, "that's soft coal."
1i . ft
A little friend of mine named Hay
mom! wunttd something to rat but was
told by his mother that he must wait,
aw It was nearly dinner time. At
which he remarked. "Mamma, you till
about the Cubans being half starved,
mid I am worse than that for I'm whola
Little Mar) Brandt, aged 3, was out
riding with her auntie, when they
passed tho fnrm of Mr. Bean, wheio
tl ey saw some cows grazing.
"Auntie," said she, "whoso cows aro
I think they're Bean's," replied her
"Why, no," said Mary, In a tono of
indignation, "the)'ro not beans, they're
cows." The Little Chronicle.
BOTH MADE A CONFE8SION.
When he made his customary calt
upon the object of his affections thu
other evening the )Oiing man displayed
moro than the ordinary nervousnesi
that usually marked his bearing
"Wkat' troubling )ou, George?"
asked the love-sick maiden, noticing
' Ob, I havo something to contess to
you ami I don't know how it will ef
fect you '
"Well, never mind I'm prepared for
' Clara, I am a somnambulist,"
"Oh, pshaw, don't worr). My fathcr
Is a Unitarian, my mother's a Congre
gatlonallst and I'm a hard-shell Bap
tist, but I don't mind changing."
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