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nvKXixo ut'i.urrtN. iionomjm'. t h., Saturday. si:pt. i. tiwc.
My ndvlec to suffering women Is to tola Wine of Can'ul nnd thy
will JieviT bo dhaHMinttd la thu Kiults. Mind I.Oi;lHi: n.Vl:,
125 Heiuicssy .St., Xew Orleanc, La.
These women say Wine of Cardui will cure menstrual
disorders, bearing down pains, ovarian pains, lcucorrhoia,
nervousness and hysteria that this pure wine will rob child
birth of its worst agonies, and that the change of life need
have no terrors for a woman who takes this great female tonic.
Will you take their advice?
Secure a Bottle of Wine of Cardui today.
Hawaiian Tropic Preserves
A Case of Mvs. Kearns delicious
Jams, Jellies and
makes a nice souvenir of I lie Islands. These
Goods arc carried I))' (lie leading wholesale
and retail houses and arc supplied to the
Pacific Mail, Oceanic and T. K. K. line of
MRS. ANNIE KEARNS,
! FACTORY, HOTEL
A FRAME MAY MAKE
OR SPOIL A PICTURE
We pride ourselves with having the taste to choose a frame
that will show a picture to tho best advantage, If the matter It
left to our selection.
Or, If you choose the moulding, we again take prldo In hav
ing such a handsome assortment that you cannot fall to find Just
what you want.
Our stock of moulding and ready-made frames was greatly
added to by a large new assortment which arrived In the Alameda,
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY,
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
It In a splendid position to stcure for Its patrons the very best Island matrt,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
Women Who Know
Wine of Cimlm has been so helpful to m
that I feci It my duly to ndwse sli-1: ami juITitIuk
women to try tLl woliduful iTineJy.
MihS MAiaiiA iichkk,
M)3 East Kit St , New York City.
Wine of Cardui Is simply wonderful and 1
wish that all mllcring women know tf its good
qualities. JtKS. WlI.tIl;UltNA SXOW,
Treat, lkonoinic League, Portland, Me.
Every woman suffering with female trouble
should try Wine of I'mdui, mid 1 fully believe
they w ill experience tin' sai-ic benefits mid cur.
which I have. Jll-s. l a. AfS-fiX,
600 N. Cth St., Kansas Uty, Mo.
ST, HONOLULU, TH
maketh the stomach joyful. But It Is
often a problem to find the right place
to get what Is really tender. The fru
gal housewife gets her meats here,
while the one who thinks she can savo
n sixpence by getting them In another
place often spends a shilling In other
expenses. Then you must count the
cost of the energy In making the meat
tender with a hammer.
Meat Co., Ltd.
FORT ST. OPP. LOVF. HI no
Women Of Higher Education Wears
Only a Mask Of Cynical Coldness
DY MARGARET ANGLIN.
The claim has be-on made that high
er education for women chilli the
iHMii t 111 livening tin Intedlort. that the
ricndopniotit of tin' Intellect along the
pathways of culture anil higher think
ing makes women (old nnd c-ynlinl In
irgnril to human emotions.
v aio told thai the sup r educated
mile go woman Ik Ineapalile of being
wnyrd liy .he name deep recline, bk
the child of nature who knnivs not the
nmuilng of psychology nud to whom
elides ntlil the subtleties of philosophy
are reduced 10 the primitive iiuicep
tlnn or right and wrong.
I doiilit this veiy much. The worn
nn or IiIkIi educn Ion or tl." piofesslon
nl woman feels the same lories swip
ing her hut she htiows how to out ml
What higher eilucatlon and the pio
fesslon.il life do for woman, however.
Is in eradlcale the ostentatious ills
,lnv or icellng so long reganlod ns
i.pie-xsaiy for the "womanly woman."
The power to repress he emotions
has no effect upon the nhllity to ox
pel tent 1 1 hem. Coin cut Inn mid Rood
liieeilhiK necessitate Bctf-rcstrnlul. hut
the woman who can control her recl
ines and whose hrecilltiR nnd cdtic.i
tlnn lime ttuiRli: her that unnecessary
tlisplav of feeling Is vulRar experletu
es Iheni Just the same.
It is (IiIn poise of the woman of cul
ture and Intellect, of Imslness nhllity
nnd ptiifesslonal standing, which rIi
rise to the complnlnt that she Is not
iiipuhle or human sympathy nnd emo
tion. lllRhcr educntlon. culture nnd the
hrnndcr life Hint has heeu opened to
women In the Inst quirlcr century
hae ilone more toward the elou-lop
nicnt of real human it.wiipalhy mil
feelltiR than nil the nrtlflclnllty nnd
affection of the years hefoie.
When I speak of hlRher educntlon. I
ile not noressnilly iiienn the uicumu
Intluu of n lot of ccillcRe degrees In
dcnd languages or mnthematlcs. V.in
In 1 lie lives of these Keif restricted
cientuieR tho fe-cllugn which lhe
haw foieeil to lie dormant nro llahle
to lnnst forth with the so called sin
! ceilty of the untuloieil child of tintiiie.
lly the wotiinn of higher ciluca Inn
mid riillure I menu nno whose Intel
Ice t hat liioadencd by her life ol tialn
ItiK. and whose mind hns been able to
comprehend nnd illRcst the facts which
eilucatlon has placed before her. A
womnu with keen sensibilities ntnl n
wcdl tinlned mind, a woman of stionK
Intellectuality, desilsCH the gushing
display of feelliiR. If the chnrRe of
oblneS9 Is. bintight nRutnsl hei, U
should be with n wind or thmiMulncHit.
, l.ne-k of feelliiR Is so often hidden by
' the illsRitlse of hysterical proteslntlcm
nnd gushing eniotlonnllsm, that wom
en of culture nnd refinement shudder
' at the thoiiRht of being placed In the
With women who are Incapable of
feeling the euslest thlliR In the world
Is to lissome sentiment nnd emotion.
Nntuinlly, ns In Ihe ense of nit mtlll-
lallt y. It Ih apt In be nvctitone.
Tbeie Ih 110 leasou why Ibn holiest
of emotions should not be rational, nor
Is there nny reason whv woman's pow
er of feelliiR be pla'Cil upon the basis
01 nbsence. of blgbei education.
The dinma whim reflects tho emo
tions of real lire Is not confined to the
icnliim of the untutored to find Its ex
ample of great enioilnns.
The doevlonmetit of Intellect nnd tho
Influence of culture nnd experience In
professional life .each women the law
or mlntlve nlucs Ktiiollon Is loo val
uable n thliiK to be trifled with, and.
unlll.e the shallow ercaturo who, un
der 11 cloak of h pin 1 1) . Rives vent to
riotous emotion. Ihe woman of hlghci
education places a true value upon ex
HlRher educn ion cannot kill rent
feeling In woman ijinpnthy, lovo and
nrTcetlon do not need primitive or ele
mental expressions In be sincere.
Cnntnloupcs will turn milk sour If
l.'lt near ench other
llread crumbs should always he 1
used for coveting Milch for frying,
na cracker crumbs absorb thu grease.
In making custard pie do not bent
the eggs more than Just enough to
hno them mix with the milk; then
be canlui not to bake It too long.
A pan or bucket In which holes
lime been worn may be made nvall
nidi for earning water for Mowers If
small plccea of cloth nro pulled
Ihioiigb the hnl.'g ns far as they wilt
In warm weather meats mny be
Ireshened by washing In cold soda wa
le r before cooking, though washing
of meat In deliliueiitnl lo Its quality
nud should only he donei when neees
flly ilemniids It.
The most desirable frultn for Jelly
making alter cumin s nro crab apples,
nppli-s, epilnci's, grapes, tdackhci rlcs.
i.ispberilcs nud peaches. If tho fruit
Is used before It Is fully ripe It mal.eii
11 clearer Jelly mid n gentle hIiiiiiici
lug with no sllnlng will make It of
- If alabaster nrnnments nro merely
r.ilmy. washing wllh soap nud water
.III cleati'them; If, however, they nro
stained, wash'' them first and (hen
spirai! over Diem a mixture of whit
ing nnd water, made Int.) n stiff paste,
wash this 11IT niter a few hours, when
the stains will probably hnve disap
peared. To clean marble lake two parts of
common sodn, one part of pumlcn
f one nnd one part of finely powdered
salt. Klft the mature Ihioiigb a flue
lew Children's Dresses
The larger part of our recent New York pur
chases made by Mr Brasch, will arrive in the
SS. Alameda, due here next Friday. Due
announcements will be made of our opening
sleo nnd mix It with water, then rub
It well over tho marble nnd the stains
will be temoved. Hub the marble ov
er with snlt nnd water, then wash off
and wipe dry.
When the cream sours, there Is n
way of disposing of It In making his-'
cults or grlddlo cakes, nnd which Is
tnr less tumble. Put In a crentn Jar,
nillng It only about one-thlrd full, nnd
shako It until It comes to butter, an
operntlon which takes some ten min
utes of steady woik, and which to-
suits In delicious fresh butter for sup
Kor hnidwood floors melt together
In a' bow I set In hot water half 11 pint
of turpentine, two nnd uuulintf ounces
of powdeied resin, throe-quartois
pound beeswax. t)o not let those In
gredients come In contact with flu'
while being melted, ns they are all
Inflammable. When melted apply
with n soft elolh and polish with n
Thrro Is no wny of Idling n cling
from a freestone peach except by "u ",p '"'" "" ",c " "ou"
breaking the rrult. Whether they nre ""d "he may mid n couple of Indira
sulllclcntly ripe for tnblo use can hu,10 1'r 1ioK1" "" l,er'l'cl on, a"""
lonelily distinguished, for Ihe shin .propriety.
should be yellow, perhaps with tinges I'olntoil loos and thick soles will
of red on spots that have heen expos- prctall In the "tiptoes." I.nees will
e,i :n n, ,iif,.n rn .,r iiio sun nml '' "'oil almost exclusively. In the
linn to the touch, though not ns liar 1
as they nre when green.
Do not use ordlunry writing Ink In
your fountain pen as It will corrode
nud render your pen useless utile ss
clcnnoel very olten. Take nn old type
writer ribbon, turn ovsr It n pint of
hot water nnd let It stand a day or
bo, stirring ficeiueiilly. Turn the Ink
thus inndo Into n bottle, cork secure -
ly. and jem hnvo mi Ink which will
How freely mul not corrodo jour pen,
If the typewriter ribbon bad consider
able Ink on It )oti can thin your Ink
by milling more watelr after the first
pint Is made.
Hlhhnnn will heroine rrear.ee! In
spile ol the b.Ml care and n hot flnt
lion remenea lint few of these marks
of use. A heller plan In Ihla: Tnko
n smooth epinrt bottle and till with
hulling but water. Then wrap n sin
glo paper smoothly n round tho bottle,
wrap Ihe ilbbou around the paper per
fectly smooth and tight mid then wrnp
nuo.hcr paper nrciuud this nnd pin In
place. Hot It aside a day und ntght
and the ilhbou will be beautifully
rmooth and new to appearance1. Soil
ed ribbons may be soaked and wince
Oil In u weak soils and when rinsed
, dried. Ironed In this way. It Is a
very satisfactory method.
The Inspector asked the hoy of the
tcbool ho was examining: "Can you
tako )our war movurcoats oft?" "Yes,
fclr," was thu response. "Ran tho bear
tako his warm overcoat olT?" "No,
sir." "Why not?" There was a silence
for n while, nnd then n little hoy lepoko
up. "Please, ulr, because flod nlono
knows where the buttons are." Hi.
PUT G1RL30N TIPTOE
tllrls. If oti want to be stylish yon
will hnve to trip around on tiptoes
hereafter. Of course, you don't hnve
to do the Hipping In haw feet, but
you must wear lli new "tiptoe" shoe
which the shoe manufacturers have
solemnly decreed shall bo (he thing,
The new styles aie shown at Iho llrst
natlonnl shoe and leather fair ever
held, which Is now under wny nt the
Klret Ucglmcnt armory, Ullli stleet
nnd Michigan avenue.
In the "tiptoe" shoe Ihe font Is held
exactly ns though you were actually
walking on tiptoes. The cntlie weight
ol the body Is thtown upon the toes
mid tho front part of the halls of the
feet. The heels of the new Hhoos are
unusually high, to brace the hotly. In
Eome Instances they are or high as
two and a half Inches, but tho luu.'il
height Is an Inch nti a half.
No matter how flat your pedal ox
ItemltleH may be, the "tiptoe" will
glic ou n bcniitlfully arched lustcp.
"" lo ,l10 '10 m especially
low- shoes Instead of the hows being
I the center they will bo placed nt
tho outside) of each.
SCIENCE 6ETTLES IT.
Dandruff Is Caused by a Germ Thai
Sapc the Hair's Vitality.
It Is now a rcttled fact that dandruff
Is cniiHCel by a germ. Knlllng hnlr and
1 unleliipnn nre Iho result of elundrurr.
ur. i-.. j. ucnreisiey. 01 L-nntunaign. 111,
got bold of the new hair iiieparatlon.
Newliro'fl lli;rplclde the only one
that kills Ihndunelrurf genu, lie rays:
"1 used llcrplcldo for my dandruff ami
falling hnlr, and I am well sntlsflej
wlllr the result." Dr. J. T. Kugate. ol
I'rbaua. III., siys: "I have used llei-
plelde for dandruff with exee-llent ie
Jmilt". I shall ptescilbo It In no pruc
tlie." Ilerjilcule kilts the ibiiidrun
germ. Physlclann as well as thu gen
ernl public say so. Kohl by leaillnH
drimglHts. Heud 10c. In stamps foi
cample lo The ilorplciilc Co, Detroit
.Mich. Ilolllstcr Unit; Co.. spccljl
Washington, Aug. 21. Meningitis Is
the disease affecting the backbone of
the American continent, according to
Dr. V. Wlllare' llajes of the geolug
leal survey. That Mexico will be tin)
next country to be lslled by n seismic
cMslurlJHiice ih his prediction. In dis
cussing this topic Dr. Hayes said:
"These. inoiiutnluH, or what Is mis
takenly call i-il the backbone of the
American continent, nre among the
newest In the world. That Is why they
nro so high. They represent a much
more recent geological period than elo
the Appalachians, although It Ih proh
able the AppnlnchhuiH were once ns
high as the Hocklcs.
Tho world may bo round, but there
nre lots of people who think Hint It Is
piclty flat ill times.
Girls Who "Scare" Men.
The Woman Who Back
"If t were n mother It seems to mo
tho first thing I should tench my daugh
ter would ho not tei run nfter tho men,"
remarked Mrs. (icsudp primly.
"Why. 1 hndu't iiotlcod" began llttlo
Mrs. Meekly timidly.
"No, of course not, my elenr. You
don't generally, but I suppose you have
heard of Mary White, haven't you?"
"There are flu- White sisters, nre
"Yen, nnd okl Mrs. White In mighty
nnxlotis to marry them off, only, ns I
remnikeil before, why doesn't she go
about It Iho right wny mid teach them
n point or two? Well, there was Mary,
and she met n very nttrnctlvu young
innn nt the (ioodbys' clnticc. They
waltzed three times nnd then Mary
naked him to cull. He liked that well
enough, because Mary Is 11 very pretty
girl. When ho went to the house, how
ever, ho didn't meet any of the family.
The pmlor had nil tho lights turned
low, mul there sat Mary proppeel up
ngalnst a pink cushion with n pink
light near by falling on her hnlr and
face. Well, you'll admit that was rath
er districting for 11 jouiig innn who
had simply elruppcst In to hnve n Jolly
little conversation with n girl he bad
only met once before. Somehow or
other after he left he remembered tho
eoiiviTsntlou hud been nil personal.
Every time ho tried to be bright nud
Interesting nnd tnlk about people or
things Mury drugged It buck relentless
ly, nud that worries! him n little.
"Then, nfter two days, Mary rang
I1I111 up over the telephone nt bin olltcc,
iiilud you, mid nsked hi m to go with
her somewhere. Hu was very busy,
nnd hu 1 of used. Three clays Inter sho
wrote him u note usklng I1I111 to cotno
up that evening, nud then she wroto
I1I111 another onu reproaching him for
nut doing so. Well, the oiing man be
came good and frightened by that time.
"maut ruNo nisi pp."
and ho ran away from her for nil 1 10
was woith. Now, wasn't sho n silly
girl? If sho hadn't demo niiythlng, but
had waited for him to inako thu ad
viuircH, sho might hino bad nil tho ad
miration nnd attention sho wanted
from him, for sho certainly looked
pretty the night of the dance, nud ho
wus much nttraclcd. 8bo simply
frightened tho life out of him, that's
all, nud If Mrs. White ever expects to
marry her oft sho ought to put hor
"My goodness!" observed llttlo Mrs.
Meekly open mouthed.
As to Backbiting Friends.
"When you find out you have a
'friend' who tnll.H nbout you behind
your back letjior go nt once," remark
ed MUs Wisely ns she scornfully tore
up 11 note, of npology. "Don't tuko her
ou trial ngalu. Kho won't stop belit
tling you. That Is In her nature. Kho
will only liu moru cautious about It,
and you won't hu uwaro she Is doing
you harm until ou rccclvo somu real
ly serious Injury from her which will
open your eyes too into. Ilcttor let
tier go right 11 wny."
Half the wear and tear housekeepers
complain of urUes from tholr owu dls
Order Is thu greatest tlmo mul niu'VO
Some women can live neatly In a
ball bedroom; others haven't room to
turn nroutul lu u 11I110 room upartmont.
It's nil 11 eiuusllou of method.
"Why do I keep my house In such
good order?" bald a friend of mluu.
"lleeauso I remember what my father
used to tell us. lie would say: 'Chil
dren, why do you go yourselves oxtra
work by making two movements lu
stead of 0110? Ono movement puts
your hut mid your eont lu tho closet,
but when you throw them on n cliulr
you hnvu first Hint movement nnd tlion
another movement Inter on to pick
them up mul put them nwny.' "
Bvustblo old gentleman, wasn't bo? ,
. MAUD KOUIN80N.
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