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tt WOMEN OUGHT NOT TO VOTE
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A NATION should bo ruled by log
ical Intelligence. Women nre guided
by emotion and Instinct.
Wliero ten women out of n hundred
would glvo their voto becauso of con
lctlon based upon a thorough knowl
edge of thu subject tho other ninety
would accord It because tho last can
vasser had been tho most cloqent,
Women of tho .sternest mornllty
will always stretch a point for a bo
loved, erring son, brother nr husband
or nny male creature they ndore, and,
therefore, their, their voto for tho
rlElil of thu case could never bo count-
It Is the few who arc cultivated and
able to think nnd glvo their own de
duction. Masses of women, In nil
things beyond their small overy-day
affairs, In giving nn opinion, nro mere
ly parrots; so that a clover man could
piny upon the Inclinations of a prodig
ious number of them,, stamp his view
tind win tlj'clr votes, whether thu cnuso
wero bad or good.
I do not know tho statistics, but at
guess 'work ono might say perhaps
twenty per cent of women nro lis
clover nnd well educated as men
eighty out of n hundred being merely
wives and mothers. Fluffy Ruffles,
ornaments to society, brnlnless dar
lings and things that don't countl
Thus tho majority of votes would
bo given for nny reason, tfie man In
possession happened to put forward
nnd would open a vast field for tho
Tho moro public Interest women
hnvo tho moro tho Icsh well-bniancod
among them would bo likely to'neg
led their homes, and until science
and Invention have mndo mechanical
contrivances do tho cntlro work of
wlfo and mother, tho home, husband
nnd children must Buffer If tho woman
is grcntly Interested In nutsldo things.
Tho majority have to do tho domestic
duties of tho world. Tho minority
will push forward, win out. Influence
certain men nnd make a career for
thcniEchcs. Tho minority enro foi
woman suffrage. Tho majority are
qulto Indifferent, while a laigc bcctlou
would prefer the certainty of ten new
hats u year to a hundred votes!
I nm told tlicro Is nn anatomical rea
son why girls can't throw stones llko
boys, because nature arranged n bono
In their shoulders to cnablo their
arm to bo strong onougla to carry
Jor hours a baby without tiring. (No
man can do It.) So naturo evidently
thought It a good Idea for thorn to be
domestic creatures en masse and not
public characters, fighting laws and
chances with men.
It Is a much greater triumph to ob
tain three votes through one's sweet
ness and charm than to have only ono
because tho law, at least, allowed It
Why don't tho men hao a society
of "wrongB," as women hnvo ono of
"rights?' Why don't they say: "Wo
poor things have to work hard, ufo
our brains nnd our hands, out In tho
cold, In Hardship nnd worry,. Why
may not wo sit at homo and do noth
ing nnd wonr lino clothos nnd cat can
dy?" Hut no man would do this, because
he Is a moro or Icbh logical creature
and foela that sense of tho flUicss of
There are ulwnys pretty llttlo din
ners going on nt tho Seaside Hotel.
Tho surroundings uro very peaceful
nnd lovoly. Tho Bea in the distance
makes n wonderful picture theso
moonlight nights. On Sunday last
Mr. and MrB. Ilrooko celcbrnlcd tho
natal day of the hitter by birthday
party nt which woro Invited Mr.
und Mrs. I'nrdeo, Miss Nitnnto Win
ston nnd Mr. McClcary. Mrs. Ilrooko
looked pretty in a becoming pinu,
iannl. 1ltn olni-lnff linifd Wflm lit '
their best nnd there wero many nn
tho Inwn to listen tothc admirable
Mr. and Mrs. Goorge Falrchlld re
turned to Kauai this 'week and Miss
Lndy Macfarlano an Mrs. Clifford
lllgu nccompaniou luem. .lie HuW,.crv . n,lmlr,.(1 ..,
ui iiiu ruiitiuiuQ iiinan uuiu it uu-.
llghtful time, for neither troublo nor,
oxpense Is Bpared In their entertain-
ment. Mrs. Falrchlld was quite a
marked figure In her runnbout dur-!
Ing her visit here, on account of tho
grace nnd case with which she man -
aged It. . Wo nil hope tho Fair
chllils will f,oon como again.
Every sulto ni.d loom in tbo Picas
onton is Oiled, and tiio popular hotel
la rapidly becoming well known.
Among the guests are Mr. and Mrs.
Augustus Knudsen, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lob
dell, Miss Lobdell nnd Miss Orton of
Chicago. They nro on their way
around tho world and will Ball In the
Siberia on Monday for tho Orient,
from there going to Europe via Trans
Siberian railroad, and they will nut
return to Chicago until Noicmber;
Mrs. J. H. Sharer nr.d tho Minxes
Slmfcr of Summit, Now Jersey, Mrs.
V. S. Chlnu and Miss Clilnn. of Wash
Ington, D. C; Mr. 0. II. l'nlmcr and
Mr. .1. M. Fowio'rj Jr., of Lafayette,
Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. (1. 1. Avcrell,
of Ohio, Miss Florence Carpenter of
Detroit, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs.
Gaines, Mr. nnd Mrs, C. A. Ilrown, and
Tho Opera llouso woh packed with
Interested humanity on Thursday and
Friday nights, wlic'n Mr Ilonltie and
Mr. Ilitrton Holmes gnvo nn exceed
ingly Interesting moving picture show.
The" W'cjro nil good, but. nf course,
Ilonollilu was most Interested In her
awn. pictures, and many exclamations
and much laughter wag earned by the
life-like pictures. Doth Mr Ilonlno
nnd Mr Holmes were nt the Monnn
Hotel on Friday afternoon trjlng to
get lifelike, pictures of the surf riders
nnd canoes. Thcro were many on the
lawn who wntched with Interest the
many canoes nnd surf riders.
The guests nt thu Moanu Include
Dr. nnd Mrs. Humphrls, MIhh Winston,
Col. J. II. McLaughlin, Seattle; C. J.
Hutchins nnd wife; 11. II. Gregory,
wlfo and daughter, Chicago; Miss
llnrtlctt, Chicago; 0. G. Duck, Haiti
moro; L. M. Duck; Ualtlmoro; I'. 1..
Sawyer, wlfo and son, Independence,
Knns.; K. D. Tufts, Ixis Angeles; It.
C. Dclllnghnm, Spokane; It. O. linn
kctt, Canada; J. II. Rosenberg, J. Ros
enberg, City; Otn. John McClcllan,
wlfo and child; Gen. A. W. Greeley,
wlfo nnd daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hatch gave an
elaborate dinner nt their upartmcii.
at Stonclclgh Court, Washington, re
cently, and tho guests Included Sen
ator nnd Mrs. Flint, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dal-
7cll, General nnd Mrs. Gillespie, Rep
resentative nnd Mrs. Hicks, Mr. nnd
Mrs. David Rico, General nnd Mrs.
Dell, Mrs. Cogswell, General MncKcn
zlo. Thrco great silver bowls of yel
low Jonquils adorued tho tnblo and
tho Bwcets, cnndlcs and shades, were
Nearly tho whole house is soli) out
for tho Orphoum tonight. Tho fame
of tbo Lilliputians has preceded them.
Wo snw them savcrnl jenrs ngo and
heartily approved thclrv work. Thoy
nro n wonderful organization, and "A
Runaway Girl" will K'o them nt their
best. Mny box parties of Boclcty pep
plo hnvo been made up. I know of
four dinners und tho guests nro all
going on to tho Orphcum. Tho best
of luck for tho Lilliputians during
their Honolulu engagement.
Thu mllltnry and naval hops at tho
Seaside hotel on Thursday and Friday
evenings wero very gay and enjoyable
affairs. Good music, pretty women
nnd much conviviality made n delight
ful combination. Tho band of tho
Thomas gave n concert beforo tho hop
and hundreds were on tho lanal. Two
stops nnd wnltzes wero tho order of
tho evening, and Knal's orchestra was
listened to with great pleasure.
Why, Oh! Why was ono of
tho prettiest motor-cars In tho Floral
I'arudo left out of tho Paradise of the
Pacific and tho souvenir copy? I refer
to tho Hedomnnu car representing
Denmark, Miss .Allco Hcdemann, act
ing as chauffeur. In a most skillful
manner. Tho car, decorated In white
und red popples, with tho Danish
crown and Danish yacht flugs, filled
with pretty girls, was qulto ono of the
most attractive cars of tho Nations.
Mrs. James Cock burn was tho host
cbh of a pretty tea in honor of Miss
Dultcn-hiid Miss Holmes of Victoria,
who nro her guests. Mrs. Cockburn
looked most attractlvo in n delicate
silk muslin, Tho guests lncltiilcd Mrs,
William Stanley, Mrs. Vincent Kitcnt.
Mrs, 'Lowton-Uraln, Mrs. Wnterhouse,
Mrs. S. Damon, MrB, Alexander Lind
say, Miss Young, Miss Howllngu, Mlsu
Horton, Mlsu Stanley, Miss lllnncho
Mr. am Mrs. Olnihtcnil, Miss Olm
i tteail und Miss Jordan, who hnvo been
R Ht io SmMo Um ( h(j
i heason, occupying tho Longwnrth cot-
. tngc, expect to sail in thu Mongolia
for Newport, Rhodo Island, whero tho
Omsteads hnvo a beautiful resldenco
lu the fashionable part. They hnvo
nothing but praises for Honolulu, nnd
expect to return In two years. Mis
Omstead mid Miss Jordan hnvo been
, .-- --. .---t
ji,Bi niackmnn's charming llttlo toa
on Thursday afternoon was a most
enjoyable affair. Tho new bungalow
8 nrtlstlc nnd well situated, nnd the
vlow of tho sea qulto extensive. Tho
' guests Included Mrs. Mist, Mrs. F. M.
Swnnzy, Mrs. Kinney, Mrs, Ross, Mrs.
Aloxander, Mrs, Cockbuin, Mrs. Kit
cat,Mlss Mist, Miss Holmes and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Knudsen
who are" pleaBantly situated at "Thd"
Pleasanton," gave a delightful dinner
In tho private dining-room of that
palatial residence. Their guests In
cluded Judge nnd Mrs. Sanford 11.
Dole, Mr, nnd Mrs. Eric Knudscn,
Mr. nnd Mrs, Chunn of Washington,
D. C. I'lnk carnations profusely dec
orated tho table.
The many friends of Dr. nnd Mrs.
Dugald Campbell, formerly of Wal
loon, Knuat, will )o much Interested
to henr that their son Colin, born on
Kauai, has successfully passed out
of the Britannia Royal K.ivnl College,
Dartmouth, England, nnd Joined his
fJilp, It. M. S. Cornwall, on Jnnunry
20 to start on his first crulso to the
West Indies and Canada. Colin Cnmi
bell Is tho first Island-horn lad who
has gono Into the Drltlsh navy.Angll
can Church Chronicle.
Mrs. II. Griggs Holt Is spending n
few weeks with Mis. J. S. Walker.
She has her pedigree bull pup with
her, and he attrncts great attention
whenvcr he goes out. Mr. Holt Is
expected very shortly from tho
Orient, nnd will spend tho summer
with his wife In Honolulu. Mrs.
Holt Is looking for n house to rent
Mrs. Harry Macfuiianc, Junior, Is
spending n few quiet weeks nt Ahill
manu Rnnch and her ptetty face Is
sadly missed about tho Seaside Ho
tel, whero tho Macfarlancs hnvo a
cottage. Mrs. Mnctarlano's health Is
much better, but the Doctor thought
a quiet rest In tho country would be
X si K
Mrs. llond, the well known sinner
and composer, who Is lsltlng In Ho
nolulu, has graciously offered to give
n concert for tho benefit of tho Kit
nalu Rowing Club. Tho concert will
tnko plnco under tho auspices of the
club In tho Kllohnnn Art League
rooms, Tuesday evening, tho twenty
Among the passengers In tho
Thomas was Mrs. Inez) Shnrb White,
who Is going out to tho Philippines to
marry Captain Duck of tho Army. Mrs.
Shub lifts always been prominent
Boclally In San Francisco, nnd Is n
handsome woman of cultivated tastes,
and her engagement to tho gallant
captain was quite a society event.
Mr, Daggett, of Kulmukl, Is building
im artistic bungalow In that region,
next the residence of Mr. Z. K. MyoM
Mrs. Daggett is a great traveler, and
expresses himself ns charmed with
Honolulu. Ho will spend six months
of tho year here, returning to his
ranch In California for tho summer.
Mr. GUI was his architect.
Mrs. Walter Muxwcll Is (raveling In
Drltlsh East Africa. Sho recently
went Into tho desert with a party of
friends by elephant route. Mrs. Max
well will return to Australia nnd may
stop off here for a fow days. Her
lather, tho Ruv. Mr. Webber, died dur
ing the winter.
Mrs. Vincent Kitcnt has been tho
guest of Mrs. Allan Herbert for n
week. Mrs. Herbert Is In very much
better henlth and qulto enjoys mak
ing her garden n drennt of beauty.
Sho has a natural lovo for tho gar
den, and everything grows for her.
Miss Cordlo Walker was tho hostess
of a charmingly 'Informal luncheon on
Friday at Mrs. Wallop's beach place.
Tho guests woro Mrs. Gardner Wilder,
Mrs. Ernest Ross, Mrs. B. Waterman,
Mrs. A, Lewis, Miss Irmgard Schacfcr,
Miss Helen Aloxander.
Another llttlo dinner nt "The
Pleasanton," which was most enjoy
able, was given by Mr. and Mrs. I,oh
dell. Tho guests wero Miss Orton,
Miss Lohdcll, Professor von Szlnton
sky, Mr. Edward Dulsenlicrg.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Dillingham are
expected In tho China. Their artistic
llttlo bungalow nt Piiuahou Is ono of
Mr. Gill's pretty cottages. Dr. nnd
Mrs. James Judd are also expected In
Captain nnd Mrs. Krflg of Fort
Shatter sailed for San Francisco this
week. Tho Major Is returned on nc-
count of Illness, Mrs. Dunning Is ex
pected to return to Honolulu next
Miss Sciacfcr entertained at tea
Thursday uftemoon for Miss Dough
erty. Among those present wero tho
following: Mrs. Phillips. Mrs. Wall,
Mrs. Fred Smith, Miss Roso, und Mrs.
Mr. und Mrs. It, C, L. Perkins nre
soon to tnko the house of Mrs. Fred,
Church on Kownlo street. Tho Dick
ey bungalow, whore thoy have been
living, so I have been told, will bo
Mr. Clifford Kimball sails for Dos
tnn In two weeks' tlmo. Ho wilt Join
Ills wife, who has been spending tho
winter with Ills mother nnd Bister nt
Mrs. II. Griggs Holt (neo JcsbIo
Foreman) has taken tho house of
Commissioner Pratt on Kownlo street,
for n term of months.
Wallaco Cooper, tho boh of Judgo
Henry .Cooper, has boon olectcd cup
tain of the Froshmnn swimming team
nt Harvard college
Canon and Mru Mackintosh nre
trivelllng In Italy. Miss Mario von
Ho't Is with Mrs. Glade In Dresden,
Miss Kopkc. by the by Is getting on
famously In Drerdcn. Hho In studying
hard and making the most of her glor
Mrs. Claire Williams, tho MIsfcb
Williams, Miss Man Daem nnd Ml
E. Castle are still In Gnisso Miss
Claire Williams, so am told, iilread
w rite's and speaks Fiench lliientlv.
' Mrs. Walter F. I'reur will be "at
homo" to the members of tho Y. W
C. A. nnd their friends on Sunday of
IcrnoOti at 4 o'clock.' Drowning''
"Saul" will bo rend.
Mrs. C. Dnllentyno announces tho
engagement of her sister, Mlts Iaoii
tlno llnrtnngle, to Dr. Flnlc), of Seat
Mrs. Grlnbnum wns tho hostess on
Thursday evening of n largo and 1 1 itj
orn,to bridge party nt tho Alcxandti
Miss Nnnnlo Winston expects to
visit Japan this month or tho first of
April. Sho will bo nwny for thn
months. Miss Mnrgnrcl Walker nnd tho
Messrs. Walker are spending n few
days nt the lllshop beach bungalow,
Mr. Hurry Macfarlano, Junior,
spends nil his week-ends at Ahul
mnnu Rnnch slnco his wlfo hns been
Tho smoker of tho Honolulu Engl
tiei'ring Association will bo held nt the
Kllohnnn Alt League rooms this even
ing. A kind and public-spirited net whb
tho presentation of a piano for the
Maunu Kea by Miss Dielcr.
Mrs. Fnlk ..as Issued Invitations for
r pol luncheon In honor of Mrs. J. 1'.
O. llngens for tomorrow.
Mrs. Harold' Scwnll, who 1ms been
visiting tho Hatches ruUiuiviL la
Hath, Mnlnc-MBTwcek. ' "
Mrs. Abrame has. takiwUiaClai.
enco Mncfnrlave Peninsula place fur
n fow weeks. ;: : - " -
Mr. C. Hcdemann has gone to the
other Islands for a three weeks' trip.
Mr. Frederick Church has taken the
management of tho Tansan water.
Washington, Feb. 1. "Do nwny
with tho 6 o'clock ten tablo und jou
will eliminate tho most distinctive
feat uro of Washington social life,"
recently declared a woman who has
lived In tho atmosphere of official
dom throughout Bcvoral successive
Administrations . Co-lncldent with
tho advent of tho Paunccfotcs, whoso
regime at tho Ilrltlsh Embassy
evokes the hnpplcst memories, tho
f, o'clock ten tnblo mndo Its nppcnr
nnco In Washington und tho fnmo of
tho Paunccfoto tea still lingers
among tho "Beasoncd" members of
Washington's socially elect.
Invariably ono of tho ever popular
Paunccfoto girls Was .In nttendnnco
in tho drawing room nt tho appoint
ed hour, should Lailj; i'nunccfote
herself bo absent, and nlwiiyu ono or
two of tho younger secretaries would
assist. A featuro of tho Paunccfoto
teas was nothing less than a huge
tureen of piping hot milk-toast a de
licious dish mndo of well-browned,
crisped bread, over which was pour
ed u creamy mlxturo of boiled sweet
milk seasoned with a dash of nutmeg
and a taste of sugar.
Tho bread was cut In small
squares and each guest was regaled
with a platter of milk-toast, or. If
sho preferred the usual llttlo rakes
or thin bread and butter, supple
mented by good, thick slices nf Eng
lish plum enko wero nt her disposal.
Uninterruptedly tho fnmo of tho ten
nt tho Drltlsh Embassy bus been
maintained, but mcniitlmo other as
pirants for tea-toblo honors hnvo ap
peared. Ever slum Mrs. Roosovolt
went Into tho While llouso tho t
o'clock tcn-tablo has been lu dally
Mrs. Hoo3evelt Lrews the Tea.
Mrs. Roosovolt Is another hostess
who serves milk tonst nt her Infor
mal afternoons. On tho occasions of
her "set" days u certain ceremony
obtains, but MrB. Roosevelt's Inti
mates know well when to find hor,
nnd, surrounded by her special coin
lie, tho wlfo of tho President pre
hldcs ul the tnblo, brews tho ten und
sorvos tho guests without tho itKhls
tunco of thu maids,
Mib. Uingworth also is a devotee
of tho afternoon cup. Mrs. Long
worth draws about her tho liveliest
men und women of tho smart Bet.
Placed In the corner of tho drawing
room of tho homo In I street stands
a beautifully arranged-table nnd nt
ono end rises a steaming samovar,
for tea at tho Longworth domlcito
Is aorved n lu Russo. Sometimes a
good friend will bo nt her side, hut
most times Mrs. Longworth presides
ulono, tho indispensable butler, who
Is a pcrsonngo to compiler In tho
household, keeping vigilant eye on
tho progress of the feast. Guests
tell of wonderfully toothsomo sand
wiches nnd pnlatablo confections,
ami from tlmo to tlmo crisp bou
mot which hnvo had their inception
over a cup of tea at tho Longworth
homo find their way Into the current
conversation of the duy.
Mrs. William Shelleld Cowlcs, wlfo
of Kpnr-Admlrnl Cowlcs und sister to
tho President, holds her own as a
Por eotlnfi. drlrhlnfi, end cooking
I'urc Delicious, Nutritious
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dispenser of the evcr-cheerlng cup.
Min Cowlcs, who has the lvarlty ot
.i debutante, wllh the experience of.
a woman of thv world, enjoys a
great oguo for her quickness anil
cleverness nnd her everrendy appre
ciation .of a clever speech. Some ot
the brightest wits of the capital fri-Tirrcncihcr-iionio
on the o-cr.slon ot
"the dully tea hour, the proportion ot
men being a flattering tribute to tho
fiustoHsIs gifts ns mi entertainer.
..Mr. George W. Vauderbllt Is still'
another hostess whose moro liitlmnto ,
li lends may generally find her pre
siding nt a beautifully appointed
tnblo and 'dispensing tho steaming
beverage. Thin brend und butter,
with possibly a dainty sandwich,
form tho staples while the list of Im
promptu guests frequently lnclu les
Mrs. Viiuderbllt's good friend Mrs.
.Nicholas Iuigwortli und other wo
men well-known In tho illlcl.il unit
residential toclety. Army nnd navy
homes nre great centres of this spo
clnl form of hospitality, Mrs. Frank
lin Hell, Mrs. Gnrtlngton, Mrs.
Dewey, Airs. RlrhnrdsouClover, Mnl.'
Richard Mulligan, Mrs. Arthur Mur
ray, Mrs. Edwards, wlfn of Gen, )1
wurds; Mrs. Stockton, Mrs. Schley
und n Bcoro of other well-knWn wo
men maintaining their tea tables
with as muili regularity ns they do
their more perfunctory breakfast,
luncheon nnd dinner hours.
Mrs. Lcitcr Has the Habit.
Mrs. I.clter's long resldenco nbroad
has resulted In her adoption of tlin
afternoon "ten habit" with -t:30 iih
tho accepted hour. Mrs. Haynid,
Mrs. Towiibend, tho Misses .Patten
and Mrs. Corblu also enjoy the nftcr
iioon tea en fa in II le or with the addi
tion of friends who chance to appear
at tho uccepted hour.
Far from being a fireside function
tho ufternooii tea hns waxed dear to
tho hearts of women who nbldo In
hotels nnd apartments, lienco after
noon tea-rooms abound lu the fash
ionable residence sectloiiB of tho city.
Within n stime's throw of thoso
strongholds of masculinity tho Met
lopolltnn Club and tho Army and
Navy Club and tho Dcnedlck nro halt
n dozen tearooms patronized by
When sclcutlllcally propared nnd
Bervod In thu proper environment
few men refuse a cup of afternoon
tea. Admiral Dewey Indulges fre
quently, nn example followed by
young naval and army olllcers, many
of whom nro not above making tho
brow thcrr'clvcs. Particularly does,
this npply to men who live In batche
lor quarters, whero many a gay party
of women duly chuperoned, foregath
er over n "hot pot." As for' tho em
bassies und legations tho afternoon
tea Is an established custom, the em
bassy slnffs ns u ruin gathering lu
the drawing room for mi hour's chat,
a cup of tea and n social cigarette.
Apiopos of smoking, morn and
inniu prevalent has become tho ciih
tom of passing cigurettes nt tho con
clusion of tho tea hour men und wo
men both enjoying tho gentlo oxhl
laratlon afforded by n frngrnnt pult
us u supplement to tho lato afternoon
Elizabeth Clear-on Is dead nt Els
berry, Mo , from an Illegal operation,
nnd thu Rev. CI) do Cow Is under nr
test, charged with bending her to a
physician to pica cut tbo fact that hu
had boen too friendly with her from
Tho order of the crovyn prlnro ot
Prussia has been conferred by tho
emperor of Germany on Arthur von
Hrlesou. prebldent ot tho Now, York
Legal Aid Society.
Admiral Sebreu and the pathfind
ers of tho Fleet are entertained at
dinner In thi llohemlau Clubhouse,
San Francisco. - , .