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nVIiNINO nill.l.i;TN'. HONOLULU. T. II.. SATUIIDAY. NOV. 10,
at Care For Health Of Children
Day with Sanitary IQfffcer Of Free
F, Miller Who Is Doing Dis
trict Nursing Among Poor Of
Palama One Phase Of .Hono
lulu Philantroplc Work
aro Incompctcnl that slio itsoi her In Thru nc bitlicil Iho poor, tired, nch
fluenco lo have the lamlllcs employ lnH nod) nn.l l.y foraglug In the
white men or Japanese physicians neighborhood managed to secure n
known to bo competent. nlghi shirt for the 1 ov. and the luxury
for the klndcigartcn system was es- "u ls surprising," continued Miss of some sheets fiom n sister of tho
tabllshcd in 1S97, but Mies Miller lias Miller, "to see how readily the families nooi if How living In the vlclulty. To
occupied tho position only since last u'lPt my suggestions and how willing be ,i , they were of the coatscst col
March. Sho camo heio from Lnncas they ECCm ,0 ,10 lo ,ry '" follow In- on . ml they hail nol been packed In
Icr, Pennsylvania, ntul Is a graduate strticllons. In most cases advice Is lavendnr but they wcio clean, and
of tho Good Samaritan Hospltnl "of 'ccelved thankfully and In u good the) v.-n-cool nnd fresh, and n relief
rblladclphla. The kindergartens un-.H'Irlt. In only ono case have the pen- 'o the thin, suffering body. Then tho
e'er her direction aro tho 1'alama, P'o refused to have mo attend, the pa- Unuit; cdiiik arms of the ntirso car
Vlncvnril Street. Kavvnlahao. Volt llcnt and In that Instnnce tho baby tini "'" bhnkels out of doors and
Street, Miller Street and the Henry ho wns III died, when I might linc I""'1 ""-'"' "11 '" lri ho prepared
.- . . a , . . . I. .. ' dfinm illilnr.i.liinl .. .. .1 ........ ., .1...
One of tho busiest women In' Hono
lulu Is M'iss IUsnle F. Miller, the Sani
tary Director of the Kico Kindergar
tens, and district nurse for the Palama
Not uven the physicians of tho city
perform a more needed or more wel
come Bcrvlco than docs this Blender,
dark-haired girl who mounts her faith
ful horse each morning, and, slinging
her mcdlclno caso on behind and her
intneoat dver her pommel, starts forth
on her dally rounds of mercy to suffer
Tho office of Director of Sanitation
all Botts of things," said the nuise.
smiling, ns she mounted her faithful
horse and prepared to visit her next
patient. "Sometimes It Is a custard
to bajco, some times an egg nog, some
times a cup of tea; sometimes food to
prepare for n poor little babo; soma-
tHMMtltWt XX WX-)0HHt')W'X'MWX')HHHMWWXXit'X''Wl$
'lo op liniiiHomo a woman mut first
be well. The -lilcf rcqiililtci for hf.iltlij
nre thee. (I-xhI lemper, pure nlr, cterfii
hro-ilblng. cloaiilliiPis of skin mid stir-
Additional Social News on Page 6. a Mother Ciooso cnlcrlnlnnient of tin j mniidliigiiniid correct position of tlis
Mrs. Jniley braml, while Alias Miidgej ( .. u,
St. Clement's Fair McC'andlcsi. one of the prettiest ami ,, . flr,t ., lt M1nicl,i,t
St. fitment's fair ycslcid.iy. held on moil charming girls of town, will Have' (( (mt m mmnn Mng pnn mT I
the beautiful flectory grounds, was not '" iiiniKciiiu.!ii.i....eu.-i..i ui.. ..... -
prepare tor n Vuui iiiuu uuv, Bu...u- nilhulr but financial suites s nmi Jier c.ipninc assistants win
times a bath to give Each time I g 'VT Uoi. TorilS the -Ko cno silhouette picture vdi.'o l.n
perform Fomc service of this kind I In- r,ul' " "" fiir tiplicra lial lliclr v.nlts.
slst that the members or the family (, V:roiiRtittt the nlter'noon. If Under a gny njm.i'K vcr the lends
watch mo so that they tan learn to ..KI1R.g weather." for remarkable urt will bo arranged tho refieshment
do the thing. The next da, 1 return wno.. Clclnenlll tables where .Ice cream served with del-
and have them do It and watch to see ba , mnrB ,, c((mI)ct0 hale fn.lt and choco ate syrups, cuke
hat they do It properly. In that way slK.cc88allll lf , ,lro, or , CUT fns and rngrant tea will be served. Him
I leach them lo caro for their sick ., , n, ljctwcCM , !iml ,, .,s...ll bo the ever populjr cornucepln for
ones and to carry on the good work. tr J, p1() ,, , , , Ilt . beginning, ii,,,",,'s'"m """ "'I'1 " V ' '" ,V
And I nnd them tnilto susceptible lni0t ,..e cllUrui,imcIlt, which Is nlf Kr,s wl" Hl'enc the sweets.
sHgcstlon," she continued. "They, .,.., , , .,,,. .. nM n,,lllcl All nlio pattonlie tho nffnlr nre -it.
learn cry quickly and nsunlly receive tl,nax , a mtcccsgf,,! ,l.ty. The ion- '"""A a I'lrasanl lime, and It Is hoped
trie instructions in n timiiKliil spirit. (crl asl ,,u,nng given by Mrs Hny- l" nueuiinni e win no n inrRu one, i
Hut they havo absolutely no Idea of ! lnul,'lIo ,,, t.nyn'rcl and rn.il8t.tnis wtu ''' 1 1"; treasury of the society t..n
hygiene and ono of the first things I mll..h .,,. i... ,1P tnrc audience M'lse with Rood 10I11 of the rralm.
do Is to try to Instruct them In these wIlcll R.ui,'rrril nuout dght Tho stage
ami Dorothy Cnstlc Memorial. Tho heen nblo to save It.
mornings nre devoted lo voting tho .Precautions She Takes
sonic dlklnteitant nnd showed the
mother how lo uio It In the room and
..... ... . . .....-
kindergartens and attending to nny miss Miller uses great precautions " " '"" i'".".u u bi.um.ui c.ii.,()l ( , ,)() rt(;L, (lc nr0cr con
cases of bad eyes or Bores found .nersclf In order not to conttact the " ,l "- " io niu ui , i it fanvt."
laws. Tho conditions of luhcmilosls
nro (specially bad. And the poor lit
tle HI nourished bnbtes nnd children
mnkc ono'ri heart nchc. Many of them
develop disease In their weakened.
il.alf-s'arred condition from which
nmong tho little tots, whllo tho after
noons nro devoted to tho still more
rrduous and merciful errand of (sit
ing tho homes of tho city's sick, and
making tho patients moro comfortable,
while Instructing their families In
fcomo of the simple laws of hyglcno
Miss MlUcr usually visits two kin
i!crsartcns"cach morning nnd nl each
ono finds on nn nvcrngo of six to seven
cases of sores or other skin troubles
lequlring her attention, and from
three to four cases of soro eyes. Trn
chomn, one of the most contagious ot
ryo troubles, Is also one of the most
' common nnd there nro many other
hcrcdltnry or congenital troubles ei
I eclnlly nmong the foreign element.
Piobnbly nowhere moro than hero
: visible the exemplification of tho
law that "the sins of the fathers shall
In visited upon tho children unto tho
.third nnd fourth generations.," and pit
iful In Iho extreme nro somo of tho
conditions which meet tho eyes of this
dlntrlct nurse. At first tho children
nre nfrnld of the tall lady with tho big
black case and , fifo funny, smelly,
1 urny mcdlclno nnd tho long, white
bandages, and they cry and run nwny
protesting und hldo behind the teach
er'H skirts. Ilutitlicy soon learn tu
love nnd welcome tho tall young wo
man with the cheery voice nnd bright
Hinllc nnd ns nhcj dismounts from her
horse n merry, jabbering llttlo band
of embryo Chlnnincn, Japanese, Hawal
Inns, Porto Itlcans, Germans; Ameri
cans, hnir-whltFR,and all the mixtures
In between, surrounds her nnd sho
leads n triumphant mnrch Into tho
kindergarten loom. Fingers nro held
out to her, llttlo bnro legs are stretch
ed up for her to see, and her duties
arc niado easy
Tho teachers In the kindergartens
keep closo wnlch of their llttlo Hock
and ns soon us they detect any who
need tho nurse's attention they nre
segregated nnd In nnothor part of the
room aw nil her arrival. Oftentimes.
children tonic from families whero
there Is Illness nnd tho nurse vlslu
the rnmily and looks Into tho homo
conditions, ortcn teaching tho parents
bonio of the moro ncccssaty laws of
hygiene. Whciutlie simple dlspcnsar
leu maintained at tho klndcrgaitens
are not miinclc.nt for tho needs. Dt.
Watcrliouse, tho kindergarten phjsl
clan. Is called In, whllo Dr. llogcrs
Inspects tho diseased eyes.
In addition to her practical work
Miss Miller conducts a class every
two weeks for tho directors of iho
klndei gat tens, when sho gives lectures
on germs, tho proper disinfectants,
emergency work in caso of accidents,
poisons nnd their nntldotcs, etc., and
Mio often gives practical demonstra
tions by way of Illustration, She also
gives similar lectures for the kinder
gatttti assistants. Then sho gives
llttlo Intormal ndvlce-lectures to moth
ers on tho modifying nnd pasteurizing
of milk, tho ptoper enro of Infnnts'
bottles, etc., all of which aro found
to he of great value. Miss Miller says
that moM of thq people, especially tho
nnllvo lluwnllaiiK with whom sho hns
to tit nl. adopt'her suggestions very
ic-adlly nnd learn lo follow them unite
If some of tho philanthropic peoplo
of Honolulu could go with Miss Miller
somo afternoon on ono of her district
nursing tours and seo life In nil of Its
pitiful degradation und prlmltlvcucss
thy would see thn need for six dis
trict nurses Instead of one
diseases with which she has to d
many of them being of nn Infectious
II not contagious type. Sho is care
ful never under any circumstances to
sit down in tho houses in which she
goes, and she always wears clothing
of washablo material a neat brown
linen, sliort-sklrted and trim, being her
usual garb. She never wears
PaI' rT'r "r,Rl:"u1mH. 'w procuring Hed,;,ry Mcnac
mm fr; ' mllk ,,nth :'' "' ln:. tl,u .,lco. m addition to t
of the biur condensed mllk nnd the
tho ordinary Ills that
lllMlirwi.l la linlr l,i Mia .llofi-tft .i.tvun
mouldy crackers. These things she did. , , , ,,,,
nnd more, the countless little thlngsl,,. , .. .. ,;... .? '...
vthleh the hands of a capable, sympa... ,,nrp,,llnrv ,.,. ,,,,,,.,'.
was prettily .lecor.tted with palms nn.l """ '"'" '" "'"""
1 ... 4 111- CI I f!ni.uliiilli
.1 ,.ln.., .. Ilia il.n. I-' " " ..-'-"-.
11 1, I'.LV.I.U Ml IllJ ...tjv-. ,
who le.ivea on
i.-i i...t.. ...i .i nt ,,-i.WMW."ny-n Alnmcla
.i.... ..'.'. ,l- ..n i i,u rr iJNvhcre on December llrst ho will wcl
lion ng.ilnit the well llooths wcro In
Mrs. J A Webb, was the guest of com
r. c. ..,nllrtl,tn , ..,, of llin (Wll,1 fflfJ
.tellcn. les were nl-u to the fro Tho! PI"no I s g dinner given , I
ruml was n little late In beginning '"mhn ' " '' " ll ,r v1iUo ' " ?
owing to the many little dinners which f"0."' "f, ,c I aalh.n hotel ....I .
tho performers attended. Mrs. ..rnni l""","""1" ' "" ' lorH ""'" m!l
.It.... opcnel the program with nn ex i"''"1 "' l'l" r- ,'
ccllent violin solo nnd her accompanist '"n remember tho pleasant dinner
nil nn n-i ill.. n n if .Vinli- fc In nl'd e .11.
tvna Mr (.-.! Allmttfifl Ml Mn. I ' "v wr wi ih-ii i .-... n j,....
tli f I woman nlwnys find to do when
In iho proKomo of nulTcrtne hnmnnlty.
Hnr HllPPiullfllta In llwi ffi .... kimm.
wools .. iun it. ,... ..r.K .i ...i..:.. -...
"-H i.-ti tu f,uuij iai t wiiu niivii utiut
plague mark In the Mood of Iho nnfop ! iccrplibly md Mre, Itunncy SoitV
....ao ...-. !..... ...... . ....... ...
Ilcnery la)ed two piano wlos moti "k "" ..-iiu.i-..ipi .-.. ... ....
nn, C7nllTt -'"'. -
buttnns .i.U'roj-i'iiili ly
or clothes that easily accumulate ,, lhllt 10I( ,, (I(11)e ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,
germs. In her little mcdlclno satchel ,, Hl,c lunlctl , RO tll0rc wng ,,.
is always carried a bottle or disinfect- ,,r indescribable gratefulness upon tho
ant. bichloride und creollne In gieat Iaro r 10 ynunK mnmt n iook tlml
nhtindnncc. nnd this sho usei on her cn(, cmI(, n(,V(,r forRett 10 ,,,,, ,,r a
hands after each visit. "If I cannot i()0( ti... i, ,P.,nri E1nrln..t f.,r or.
vice done. Hut this visit was only the
' ig'nnlng. Kaeh day she goes to soo
lint Instructions nro carried out, to
find anything In tho house In which to
submerge, my hands, I do tho next best
thing and pour the solution over
them Oh thero ls work enough hero Br. ilmt the mllk sho has ordered Is
lo keep five district nurses busy," ex
claimed Miss Miller! nnd she Ie right.
If any one will devoto an afternoon all collectors of germs, nnd she con-
sometime to accompanying Miss Mil- I met. the disinfectant baths, and the
I 1 1 cool and sweet. She lights big
onnflros In he h.icli yard and burns
Vl.ft..........k2uf -k jt 3.1.......VHH..Mr2t-n? 1
MI5S MILLER WITH HER HORSE "'D LITTLE KINDERGARTEN
Icr on her rounds ho -vlll understand dicsslngs of tho wound.
ns never before how great this ucei
ls. You sco sights that nic too pitiful
for words combinations of poverty,
ignornnre. neglect nnd dlseaso so ter
rible that you wonder that such things
A Recent Case
One of tho saddest i.nsea visited to-
ccntly was that of a young fellow dy
ing with tuberculosis. Ho is a llnwal
Inn. tint moro than twenty scire ely
moro than n boy; nnd yet nil tho yniilh
nnil the hope und tho strength that
should have been In that young fnee
wcte gone. Kmnrlnlcd nnd unkempt,
ho lay upon nn lll-smelllug mattress,
Innocent of sheets. The hl.uikots were
soiled and old, reposlloiles of gcrns.
A cup of half sour mill, and somo mout
dy crackers were on n chair near the
bed, hls'only sustenance. Hard ns It
is to writo It, It was harder still to
bee It an old can doing duly ns n
sputum cup nnd not cleansed In three
dnynl Tho houiio was dirt', tho bIcK
loom Illy vciitllntcd. the llles weio
thick. To add to tho honor tho poor
follow- was. suffering with n suppurat
ing tubercular Hire which tho Ignor
ant parents had not hint the coning.'
or the knowledge to dress, mid for
live days it hnd been neglected.
There was a hunted look In tho
poc(, decpwikcn eyes and theio
was scarcely blood enough In tho poor,
III ikiiii Ibhe.l body to brlug oven n hec
tic IIimIi to tho wnu face. The malted
hnlr win unkempt nnd tangled, nnd It
a. cnied as II s vcl' iilgu hnrelest cam
awaited the nurse s nt cnUon.
The Magic Touch
Hut no. As this dnrk-halred girl eu-
lored tho loou It seemed us though n
ray of sunshine hnd entered wllh her,
nnd though tho twilight nliadows-i Ins
lored thick In tho ciut-of-doois when
iho went out iigiiln, tho sunshine re
mnliied In tho llttlo loom, and It
ciiiiuiu oiisnriug in vicioui anu iiiseas-i nu buius wc-ru ic-inn-r.-u wnu uuii-ii a. t , .. ...... . .
.... ' i ..... i..i .i.. . in. uui.w ,.,, forme U he motif of the ehui.-ato i.oril
".'.::: . . ' . "";" " "- ,.'", :"",. " .",.." Xitlccorntlmt nnd thcio co-nblned with
VAiti, un in, -j uu it. muai innL-9, lliu bw .. iv..uii.i, ., 1113 t.......,,,.,.. -j . .
In.ll. l....n1....n .... ......I tul.1. i..l,,i l.n unl.l -llntvlllnM f.l. 'C'T
iititi, ii.ua.n ,i,u iii.i;.. iiiuiu nunvv.!'!......
One nt the strongest Impressions oh
Iniiied In n round of vhits 'villi Miss
Millci In the primitive helplessness of
the native llnv.allnns. They mo like
chlldien In menial devehipment and
simplicity They nre naturally very
unclean. They do not seem lo caro
whether thfy ever bathe or not. unu
much of the neglect ot their 'nvnllds
cnnies piom iniro Ignorance l.ither
than fiom vvenlon liiil'ffeii me "u-u
they know, lh"y will do 'lliey 1110
gcn'MiiiiHlK ir'i'd ami nn never ton
poor 1.1 tlhi. itli n poorer neighbor.
when the r"vz I' ue-d. This Is
made very evIJenl to iho district iiorsu
as eIio makes her rounds. If nho llnili
ono honio dct'llule of food a tour of
the neighbors' homes v;lll always re
ward In r efforts nnd she ls nhlo lo
zupply the linni'Mllalo ilollcleney. If
fhects nre reiulreil theio H nlwas
somo lainlly who will divide S-'oni
times- It Is nil egg for an egg nog;,
lotncllmes n dish to boll tho egg In;
whntiver It ls Iheic Is usually homo
cno willing 10 lend or give, 'llils splr
It makes her work much easier.
A few days ago u pirticulnily sad
case dime lo her ni.'lce. It was tint
of a Hawaiian vvomnii, veiy poor, nnd
very forlorn, .tint dcapetalc-ly 111 with
lilhetcuhii pcrltonliis A dirty mat
trejB In 11 corner of the dirty floor
vvna hoi only bed, and the siiualld
room wan nliio3t bate, not oven 'I
clinlr lielng thero. 'I hern wns no ood
mid tho woniuii was hiingiy. 'The hus
band wns n poor, drink-bolted wioiih
worse linn useless, and tho chlldien
v.cre absolutely worthless oven to the
woman who bnio them and when one
him catd that, theio ls llttlo nic;ro',tC
say. No frea'i nlr w.is allowed to'lr'Tj
etrolc to the germ fouled ntmn.iphurc
mid one .ilcl.cui'd with disgust and
lo other diseases and n problem Is pre
scntcd that ls dark Indeed to face.
Miss Miller does Hot pretend to ho
n physician and will not deal with
rases whero a physician Is not In at
tendance or may not be called. Sho
never attends obstetrical cases, for,
her hands are nullo full a.) ll Is with
out these added burdens. Hut to tho
thoughtful mind there nt once comes
the suggestion th.it thero should bo a
illsttlrt 11m no for obstetrics alone.
Only since June has Miss Miller
been doing this setilenient nursliirf,
and as the work opcns'up It reveals
the need for nl least flvo such district
nuises. l-"cw are tho cities that do
not have n system of cllstrlct nursing
nnd in most cases the nurses ate
imilnlnlncd under the nusplces of an
Associated Charities ur some Individ
11.1I' philanthropic organization.
Aid from the Hospitals i
In somo pi ices tho' city hospitals
furnish a nurse from their training
schools, each girl taking her turn nt
doing district nursing. Thn car turn
and mrdlcnl supplies nro furnished b
the Arsnclated Charities and the ser
vices of the nurso nre given frco by
tho hospital from which she romes.
(Jrcnt raio In the way of disinfectants
must be used in district nursing far
more than In ordinary ciscs of Illness
because of tho utter disregard of Iho
lawn of saullntlou und hygiene muni
fesi by the people of iho slums. M.iuy
wcll-mcanlng poisons endeavor to do
good and relieve suffering by prlvatu
visits to the unfoitiinates of the Ignor
ant poor, but unless they undfrtnnd
and strictly observe the laws govern
ing the prevention of Infection they
ciuy do more luiin than good in their
well-meant or.-indB, and spie-nl rather
linn ttamp out the ill.,enco they tiy
to do Initio with.
1 he Great White Plague
In no illsi-iisci is tln-iu liable to Ik
more carelcsMitMs than In, Inhere ulo
rls, iho (lre.it Whili-Plngiio, whose
iiKcicion nnger3 nicuaco me world n
day, tun! from few Is thera more dan
ger nl infection. Tho mtlvo Hawai
ian, who seems to hnve n weak ((in
stitution, fulls n moro ready prey to
this 'limbic tlnn do many of thn other
nationalities represented hue nnd tho
dlieuso seems to assume a moro repul
sive lorm nmong tln-ui. Mnuy mo ad
vocating n Inhere iibmla snttlimenl
t-omethlng after the manner of the Up
er colony, where patients Buttering
wllh the diead dlhense may bo cared
for under mote hjglcnlo conditions
than cull bo maintained In their
hoinc.i. nnd by which the citliei mem
hers of the fnmlly may be saved fiom
contamination nnd poislblo even
pi ohablo Infection. Tuberculosis sail
Itm turns aro established throughout
Iho (mint ly while the teni-clly Idee,
with matron and nurccs. Is being de
veloped on the I'.u l.'lc Coast mid may
offer tho solution for the piohlem lu'iu
n solution whlc li would greatly s'.t.v
pllly tho labors of thcvltstrlct nurse.
KkkI health who does not keep from lior
mind iinpleninnt nud evil thoughts nfl'
what nature soever, from fits of nnger
lo gre'-d nnd ilec-ellfulness. Know Hint '
veil she wlio "makee fun" of nnotheri
woman liehlnd her Inek It niuilelliiri for
hcri-clf 1111 ugly face.
Purs Air and Dc9p Breathing.
with, what ho said "Hawaiian Bc- "".""" """- "-"' i' -r
Hires. He was just ns funny ns li-'"m ,' "I,rn"S " .r ' "B .
(ouU he nnd brought down the Iiowp.I rl' H"c were rcattcrcd over th
For nn encore he gave n quaint llti'-. al,u; m"1 I'O'Honnleres or tho suggest
tratlon of n much-affllctcd family with ' "'e u'"" I)1"hmiiiw lay at eaeii
n H11 Imneillmcnt trvlne to blow on' u l'l"'c.
sccmcil to rock villi laughter. He wi-st The giifst cards bore vcr'es apiiro
enrored ncnln nnd acnln hut rcsnon.le.l IrInto tn the or.raslon nnd thr were
nnlv bv a low. Mr.i. Alexander l.lt.d- '" other souvenir cards comllnln
ray, who arrived rather hurriedly from' menu and nmiislng cartoons whitA
Mrs. Svvanry's dluiicr. sang most Ihiiik ruuru mucn in inn mcnimcni unu gncj
tlfully two iihmhem, nud she was nc- fellowshlji of the occasion. With e.icli
iiimiiinlcd bv -Mr. llnrrv Mncfiirhiiio. course of the menu w.u nn niropos iien-
Miss Lik.v iVMcnra was next cm the tlmU. rollovvlng tho dinner, whhli
piogram and pl-ijcd nio-,t delightfully ""c f many nurtcl faultlc-sl
Iwoiiiimbers. Kho wns nicomp.iiiled b "rved. Impromptu toists were the
he.- Hlste.-. Mrs. xv ton-Hraln. I hen "r,"'r '" '" evening, i.-itcr. Hie gucsK
cimc tho BLHcful dnnelng of Mlsj v-rartng their Ids of m.illc. came out
Adtlo ile 1'Artlgiie. It vvmi nectssi.iily to watch tho hippy danccrn In the In
lale, for bho gave n dancing diss l-s- "l- Thnao aellng ns hosts wcro Col
i.unat Mrs. von Holt's mid cnmi-dlrei l-,J w- J,,,1M ''"' Huhlendorf. II. M
ly ufler. Her perfot movemt-nts nni Wimney. 1 M. I.ewH. 1'. I'. Umtlng
ihcrnilni! nniiesranee crinte-l nulie :i ' ' '""ing. I.. I.. 1'ltil.luim, t.ul
luiore. and sho wns encored. Mrs .-. -.nu i-.hmt. r . u. ih-hiii, .n runups
II. Humphrls reilted two pnlrc ions Hi v- '' '-cjdgh. , , ,
her usual finished ninnnor. mid she v.'us!
cnthuslnstlcnllj encored nnd rcsjiondeil ' "r; " " "' " "'""" "0 c-n-
llVHlnlllllin n I..... ft.lnH.ii (. I. .r nt,n.. no
with "Out lo lUthc." Sho Is a perfe-l """ h" "'" """ ".." i.
actress and did It to tho Planner hern Jt 1 llnnrr nt the .Inp.ineso Club nt Will
Ai to pure nlr, live outdoors nil you,
poi-lbly.caii and keep mime of Jour
windows open nt the top night mid el.iy .
The utlit-r veiling I went to 11 Iioihcj
that was epeulvely fiirnlsliid. It was
luxurious nud artistic. 'J he lidy of the
in.iniloti told me she suffered froui-'
chronic benilnvhes that drove her al '
Imoit erary. Mie had one then. Herit
rfiixlmnd nlso sntTeroi ciironieaiiy rrom1,
rheumatism, miliaria mid bllliitiiii-s'
and heaven knows what.
Ami I I did not dare lo tell them the
, wonder was they were alive nt all, con-i
side-ring what the nlr In their home
was like. There wns not1 n window
open, not even In their bedrooms. The
nlr wns heavy with the eiit-off efllurli
of the bodlc of nil Iho people nho1
lived (n Hint liouc, ns well ns of the,
innny who called there, lt wns laden
with' the Hut mill dyestuff particles of
nil the roim (Imperii and the bed nnd
Italy ( lotblng of the people In tho home.
Wor-t of nil, a sensitive person could
perceive the nvvfiil ntino-'pheic of tin
h:ippliu', of bIcUiio-.-, vvearlness, ills
uiHilnliiient and pe-nlinlnii. lift ono
longcl to throw open the windows, tcp
nnd bottom, nnd let Hie svveea urciw
of IieiivenVweep this accumulated foul
A beautiful und famous nctren In a
11l.1v recnilrlng the perforuianee of
11l1v-sle.il fculH that would call for tho
strong work of n nimi nthlcto Is nuhV
to ga tluoiuli nil her evening ntul mat
inees without elimistloii largely I'
ennse she Ins the habit of deep breath
lug. l'.very tuoriilng she gw Into the
Dpen nlr nnd for lirn-eii mlniiles prac
tices the deep breathing exerele. The
right way !i to Inhale slowly from the
ledge nnd Mrs. Arthur Wilder outer-
Miss I'e i'Artlguc again delighted thn
nudlciico by 11 Spiitilsn dance nud il
1 nil 1-1 ( it to inns f'mf nn nil l n fi nil
twitii-tk iitin .iiei v'i'i vii .111.1 1. 1 tt 1 . 1-1 1 1
lomon.idc were sold nnd most ot'tho u T,ul "" " ",' "" C,C,,,UH
t.rtlclcs wcro disposed of. It wns a ver
suiccssfiil iiincert from beginning tu
end. nud the nudlcnco necmed I'loi-'
lot Jiidgn mid Mrs. l-lndsay
Miss Tllllc Ncuiuaiiii mid Mills Vlo
let Mnkco have Mine lo Hawaii tn vist
Mrs. Il.iymond nt the ranch house.
than pathtuod. Thero wcro two l?ige
supper parlies after the conceit 111 the
Svvauzya' and ul the Uiyards' 'H'C
Kvvunzys h.id among others. In aildillor
'u their dinner patty, Mr. and Mri
James Wilder, MImch Helen Mnrf.ir
lane, Marion Scott. .IcjiIr Kmilniiii
Me-s.-i. Leslie Sc'itt. Harold Dlllluv
li'ini, Dr. Sheldon nnd Ciplilu Ca.le.-
Mr. 11 1 it Mrs, l,ny.iid eutertulncd ,vl,'
lied Mrs. C. W. C. De.-ilnn. In .mil Mi
! II. Iliimphrls. Mrs. Sinnlr), C.ip.-ilu f'" 'n only, and will be held
nud Mis Combe. Mr mid Mrs lt.ii.in., .Iroiu 12. 3u to I o'clock. Tho spsakers
Scull Mr nud Mis. lA-wton-ilrnlu, lr '! their subjects me as follows;
The store room on 1'ort street oppo
situ Iho I'licllie Hardware Co. has been
secured by tho V. M. C. A. for n s-ilcs
of midday tneellngh every dnv next
'week except Sntiirilay The meetlngn
Monda Mr. Henry K. Hlghliin: "Le
mid Mrs. A ( ll.iwei, ,lr Mr a,..i
.Mr.'. Arnold I'lke MUs I.ucj 0'Me.irj G'Hmate ltewiuds of a l.lfo Work."
nud M's-i Aum Danford Tuesdaj Mr. T. Cllvo Davlcs:
i"Kiiur-l"ourlhs n Man."
Central Unlc-i fair I WciIiickiI.iv Mr. II. II. Trent: "Illv
Willi the (.lining of the full iIjvh ,iii. blends,"
tho prcpnritlcns for fall .hopping .null Thursday-Mr. V. .. Home: "Deter
yulrtlde buying ro'ue CieihurJi Mlrx'nilne'il Men"
for which the energetic vvmr.cn of li.e; ,-r,Ia'yiMr ,., Bllp(.r: .., U,.R
various churchc. have been vvorkinu , AtlralV() , Ymm Men?"
zr ;;.'";.,' "::.';; r"i 'r''n w ii !
tiffnlrs is III bo Ike annual bazaar vvhl'h
tho ladles' Society ( f Centrnl I'nlcm
very loweit point of the spine, then ex
hale as slow ly. There must bo no cor
sets to Interfeic.
During Hie llfti-eu minutes the iiruiK
should li" held part of the time ex
tended ns In the picture. The breath
lug exetel'e tuny be varied during 11
portion of tho llfteeii minutes by clasp
ing the hands neross the stomach be
low Hie vvnlst, slightly lifting tho sag.
glug mtitclcs there, mid then giving n
snceeasloii of ipilck. short, sharp. Jerk
ing bronthi. 1hi exercise reduces tb
stomach nn.l fills out tho hollows In thn
upper part of the rhet.
Bo Sweet and Clesn.
than!. fulness wlilih III 1111 Iho old
"The i arcs with whldi I havo most' ,, ,llL(1 r ;llo M,avu,r tl4() t(
often In deal nro lliot-n of lulnr-
niloslx mid of 111 nouiUhcil clillilien.
Ciiuditlons mo I'uiny times of Iho
wuiht nud seumlngly nlmost hopoless,"
Huhl Miss .Miller, In Hpeal.lng of her
wnik, " novor try In visit more than
I In fo or four pnllciits In ono nltei
liniiil, 11 h I cannot do justice In nmir
than Hint iiumlii'i n ml Ihnie 11m ipi
vv lien Ivvn will ileniuinl ho 111111I1 lliuu
lluio m lliuu fur nn mm n innlin it
II pnliil iinvrr in iimmi lain m mlf wllli
nny 1 ito vu'h llft Ih lint n di's.
1 In 11 In iiiiriiiiiimp"
Ml -Mill) m Hum in mi miiji)
mat OMmv huiJ Hmm imimi
Kvoiy loiiih of II11110 Hlliiug
sceuu-d ns If a bit of It was lelleeted honoi at the (oudlliomi,
11 Ilio vvlBtfiil. Illckeilns mille of uu' ' veu mil, cuue 111.1 1101 uiMour
age the dlslrlit niiru" With uWrtH
tuikcd up she went to work iViou n
1 111 1 cm of flesh, puio nlr tho kind
tliri'that (hid men nt Ids .-k amies to
linmlH loft Its Ir.ipinBH. Nn motion lucitho whin 1.0 gnve them life, was
waa in vain Uaili nrtlrm bioiiRht u circulating tluoiuli tho slel. room, n
llttlo moro order mil of chaos and oil Ilio had In en lighted In mo llltlo out
(Oilhl hut loci Iho iimtinnlliiin nud the
slriMiKtli eniamilliig hum ihn i.ursiin
..,.,.. llw.nH,.. ,11, ,1 III., i,ltu.k ..' u ..lit
IIU.I. (t.-'I'IM.I. U.tl. ,t.u ,.,,.v 1M. l.
loinclug Hir nn Ktf Poon 1 10U1 li
ed with t I1111U of irtiiniih on her nii
pKMSlvn lam ntul ill) I'UIJ 1 lasped
n t I ill ) In her hind Pimn 11 llltlii
iIhiI nvir Uio llin nnd
ulily of tills woman win mo life is
apuilt In Ijiu linblu Willi; nl llin (loud
Huiiiiiilluh Thn vi'U look of her
1. 1 1 I. I. . .. . I. a..i .. 1 1.. ...... .. I.. Ii.li 1 t.l.l itt U lilt I 111
.Willi Itt I fill'l'iy MlltllV UIIII HI'I HIIHIII. Iln" " "
IMini.l ntlvi-iiiiiMi" uiiu IIL11 n Ir.nli. 1 1 till 1IUJ Ulltf lllllll'll fltf till) fi 1 Ml tlltflll
Till' ll llllllK lit lllll llllfM ilill llMH Hie HMir VViiliuill lilid HISIi'il fur
IIIK vvlMllilVV" Mini llillls III Hit llhlliHilll IVtll llols
unit ui ill wiw llm uim. 11 lliliiu whleli ItmUcjI lniliu(lln
siwiti m wjin) lului am a "nh' w to b Uu itwiw w ou
Do not miss thn shlrtunlst dniire at
'j'togrcss Hall falurd.iy ( veiling, Nov
17th, tn ho glvrn by Hie ll'iphl Trniml
church will gWo nexl Salurd.iy .ilici
noon. November IT, lro:n i till tf. In Mm
iMlr.iitlvo grounds of Mrs. K. J. I.uw
ley, miner ot I.tinulllo and Vlclorl.v
The (ut that tho affair Is to he ul
ficr.ro vlll mhl charm ami give iho .U
wnyi. ilcsliahlc ECttlu. of u g.u'dci
party 'vhcre Uio v emeu lllttln 5 alien'
in lliclr uliy ftocka mining th He"
mill chiuliliory will add too plilui-Mpin
day Tho tnll.s will certainly bo nl iv
Hun. when most of tho business men
SHERIDAN QliTS AWAY
'I lie Shrrlil.in succeeded In getting
i.v.ay nt Inst ut .1 o'clock yesterday uf
tcrnoon In tow ot (he Kloviiin mid Hu-
lun! It will probably bo about two
v.Ttks beforo sho reaches S.in I'ran
din, She will go m tho dry dork
there, nnd It will lake several months
There will be dull tables nt.d f.iuylto gel her livfchapo Hi rcsunto her runs
woik tnblos, klmfii'O tahlei mid talilul
rxiltiKlvely for children's clolh'u,' ami! "JHE OLD SCRATCH."
nil tho d-ilnt) things that the nii-h
crjft can (onstruc-t for Iho vvi-u ohm How the Evil One Came to be Popu-
of tho hoiitcjiold. At onn inl.lo nil .out
t delicious lioincmnda tcmfcetlnus npe
orly Known at "The Old Scratch'
One of Hie mnuy familiar names of
. ...... ....... . . 1
pim-ii iiius.tiiiueii iiiiiej nmi tno many, h H,,timc mnjrsly Is "Tho ('Id
ilnliily things which tho girl of tho l.er- i:, ,-.,i, 1, ii n .1..,. ... ,i.
lioys. Tickets M icut jch, feu sjIh Mod l.novva ui) well bow lo make, will 'jo tea ,i M, uddn.- s so dlsaRiccablo
the iiiont rolinst and enduring race
011 earth tisluy me tho .Inp-ini-se, and
every .Inpanete of high or low ilegr.-i
hns his dally nil over wash. Hot wa
ter, so.ip and u serubbliig bnrdi. np
plkil briskly nt least tvv lee 11 week, am
required to Olssolvn uvvny th effete
skill tlakes mid rdiiuvo the dothliU)
lint vvbleli (hokoi the inoullii of our.
skin isnes. A rliise III cold water!
hnftcrvtnnl jirevcnts taking cold. You
hear of people claiming to liavo good
health who boast that they do not
lintho themselves regularly or often
Well, they me not agreeable pemin
for ouu with nn acute perception ot
chIoih to live Hi the same I101110 with!
that's nil. It li not 11 ple.iumtt miittir
to speak of, but It li absolutely necos
sary for every peron nt least to wash
tuoioughly neck, chest, shoulders ami
under the urine every iln 'Ihn day's
underwear immt not bo worn nt night
llcdillug, blankets, cloaks, nv erco.it (
nnd woolen guiiueuts lutist bo alr.il.
beaten and suuiieil frequently, t.tvn
sweet nud clean In mind mid body nud
by nil carmen
We're ulvvnvs rcmlv tiiex.imuio
your teeth 1 Kl V. and iiuotu
nor iirii 11 lor pl.i. lu thciiiiu
goi'iliiiiuldliiii I .-i. tlnn miii ,111;
uiiiU-r uu nlil g.itiiin i. employ ui,
lull Inn von .ir oi wink ami
llllW l.llul'kly It 0T,I( . von will
pliio jour ct lb in mr iic,
I I 1 1 kl.t si S I. II s
t II. ll. I II
I' ih .1.1 c -uoi utite i.iie uuiiiii lllhccil! , - :. , " , ". ' 1
the sralp so dan that It would 1.01 "l'l0 "H ""' f. InoliwlliiK th.4
,., un.. '" T11 iiiro the stalp of dandruff! ,! "f iM "w1- w " l"cu-l
, Kn," cfectlvely. uau Nevluo'g Horplclde III !"' - w.ill Hit' more neuily j.ni vvlll
it ; ,1 ' 'j
Htricllvely dhpluyed, nnd will 11. Id tl ul i.mple IhoiiKlit ll 110 worso than
1 in.my shekel in tho cxiheipier 'II.. in the nil on" A 11 nip full nf dandruff
will Iji Ifinoniiile corncis nnd Ire invni ! pl'- 0110 wrnuhliis nil Hn lime, nit
'tildes poiillily a tnokeii food talilo n'only dlhaiireo'ilde but 1 uiislderod very
I .l.n cooltH of tho town can Hnd tt'in tu lnu,'K"" I" I1""" wrloty as It
do a llltlo cxirv work IsluuM he became one ought in keep
Ulilcii of hie ruttouiuy II
In: grab bng, which hnvn lice
.1. :' ,t,i "m , , ".n" m "io wm ",i,t ,r,'ai" "
iMblu 1 evi.ii.il 11 tho lll.es mid fn.ciei llrillr ,vlll(ll u (ll t ilmiuarv '.i falling
11 cuiiuiiii win in tun juvenile 111 ly ,r, Ml, ilmnll . biililiiiis, Nn oilier
iil.liOMiiUlc. iittigliir, In Pll.' fiom Inilr pinixinilloli kills the daudiulf
live In Ivvcnty.ilvfl ci'iits, Hue tin 111 germ llnrii(ilalniln veiy dellHliI
will hi iIoIIk, doll clnihlug nud Ii.kiIii; In) and 11 (twill vc lmlrdrHitiiK Hold
lor Ilio liny 1 unite in whUli Uu 'miiy hy InadUiK ti dkkImIm. Hmt H'e In
dolls ,. 1 liih- nfleniiHiii 111(1.. unit lillup Hir wimpli. In
nil Mill nf IhlllHk 111 llUHIlM.1 Hill 1 1 .1 '" IMllill MI1I1 II
tUnii nf pinHuiw -ihn 'mm wm
m. mm urn iij iijd.t w
Correct Posture ef Qsdy.
, Hold Ilic splno ftriilgtit, tho ehlu in
iiud the chest up. Stand with your
heels ngulnst the wall, 'llicn the iiiornl
ucarly the I1.UU1 of jnnr legs mill ynur'
. 1 l!il Ifle III
n Tin lliiplilile
llllslti lirim I'd
to irmidlng In (he I'tirroi't petition 1111 1
Dm one In ciilllviitu lisliltuslly Hold
leg the chin In ntul lite haul, t'rnlglit
siii'iiw-nll.il to Iho five action of Uio.
gTMt ntrvnt lhl go out (roni lliu'
ptnal roni, Hit unuire upon your hip
nnd nil no iioenmit let llin spluu lit
rrmiii'itl. riitiill, wnik nimi Uio lilw,l
bit fiHin lm Uhnm- 1
Jljp mkk$W (Bli I'AY
rwumiwn ' wst, iii 1 11 in Him .f Knfp-iKm mm-PflV " I MM.
1 a. jX i i ' -a Cifa.--T.fiEi.. tig wksWSpWgSttBHUHlIt mi UMBMf ,'
imKJttiBHkWKtHU tTiiitthiliii rrfj . MHH,