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JJVTNINO nULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JlAlt. 28, 1908.
'lliu engagement 'ot MIsb Cathnrlnu
Louise (Kilty) UobliiKon, daughter of
Mr. T. lllclmrd lloblnsou, was an
nounced today to Mr. (Jeorgu 0. Kin
ney of Kaliuku.
It would seem that tlio New York
Alderman known ns "Little Tim"
fculllvnu has u somewhat scant know
ledge of human nature, and partic
ularly of temlnliio human nature.
In his speech at tlio New York
City Hall supporting his proposed or
dinance to punish restaurant keep
its who allow women to smoko In
public, ho said that tlio habit as far
ns women wero concerned was un
Amcrlcnn. Ho didn't hollovo that
.American women wanted to smoke,
and so ho thought that foreign res
taurant men should not bo allowed
to coax them.
lllglit hero Is whero llrothcr Sul
livan lost his money purse, to uso nn
nld-fnshloncd expression. Tlio Amer
ican woman, taken ns a body, does
NOT want to smoko. Sho really haB
hut faint interest In the subject. Sho
finds It rather borcsoiuo to hear so
much fuss made over tlio occasional
loclcty woman or stngo lady who
puffs her cigarette. Tlio Idea to hor
1b not nt all nllurlng or attractive;
iiho has other far more pleasant ways
vcf putting In hor time and other fur
moro enjoyable, things to do than
fctululng hor dulnty fingertips yellow
and tainting hor red lips with the
tinfrngrant tang of the weed.
Hut forbid her to sinuko? Ah,
that Is u very different thing! Sho
(omes of tlio good old fighting stock
that docs not llko to bo domineered
over. Sho Is n closo sister to hor
brother, tlio American man, in this
Apropos of this characteristic is
the following Incident: Somo tlmo
ago In this city It was proposed to
mako it compulsory that trll men
should wear evening dress when din
ing In n hotel dining-room.
"It would not do," said ono well-
known bon I face. ."Our patrons as It
Is wc.ar evening dress ns n gonoral
thing,' but they nro all of that tem-
that If you toll them they must wear
evening dress thoy would, to man,
put on their business clothes, come
down here, order dinner, and Just
daru us to put them outl
Thoro Is the Banio spirit to n T.
The American man likes to think
that ho enjoys perfect liberty In ro-
gard to matters of personal tasto or
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lUUUUIl. 1II1U LIIU JUIlCriL'Ull WI1II1HI1 ih
1nal llfcn him
Tlio foreign restaurant keeper, to
Ufo Mr. Sullivan's expression, would
not do half so much to get women"
to smoke coax her to smoko, as ho
puts It than ho himself will do
f when hq undertakes to mako It a
law that sho shall not smoko In pub
Llko her brother, thero Is many
and many nn adventurous spirit
who will bo bound to try her luck In
tlio matter should tho proposed
amendment go through. Tho huo
and cry raised about It will ndvor
tlso tho thing moro thoroughly thnri
anything elbe. Tho light raised over
u rnthcr Insignificant issue, as mut
ters now stand, will awaken her cur
iosity and oxclto much moro Inter
est In her nilnd about It than thero
has ever been before. Thus will It
defeat Its own end mid illm nt tho
uutsliirt. Now York Exchange.
Tho Examiner of March 17 sayB. "A
lomaneu that began whllo tho fW
liner Korea was Hpccdliig along tho
1'aclllc Ocean, will huo another chap
ter added In May, when Captain S.
Snndberg, comniniulcr of tho Korea,
will bo muriled In Chicago to MIsb
Jcnnetlo Tofft or that city. Leave of
ubsenco has been granted to Captain
Sundborg hy tlio 1'aclllc Mall Com
pauy for ono. voyugu, ami upon hhi nr
rival hero a few weeks henco ho will
go to Chicago to claim his bride."
Mr. Halph llosmer gave n pleasing
address before tlio Collego Club, which
met at tlio Katnchnnichn schools. His
subject was "Orowtb. of Civic Art In
tho United States.
Mrs, !'. Schacfer was the hostess of
i pietty lea on Thiiisdny afternoon,
"ilosobunk," that tceno of so many
entertainments, Is always a popular
placo to visit.
Thoy Bay that Madamo Anna Could
contemplates a trip hero. Shu denies
tlio rumor that sho will marry again,
SayB sho Iuih had "enough of hus
bands," Mi. Fredorlc Hesklns, tho well
known correspondent, wus eeun In
tovv"ii last ovening. Ho hns become u
Benedict slnco his last visit hero.
Mrs. Mary Dunn has been qnlto 111
for several weeks. Sho Is fust guln
lug sticngth and health, and Is nt
lending tu her school this week,
Captain Carter leturncd fiom Mid
this week after n very Intoiestlng trip.
, Sir. Porter V. Uoyd was sent to
Martinique as American Consul.
Mrs. W. T. Ilaldlng will
Jllld oh Tuesday next.
H08TON, Mass., March 20.
Discussing Immigration beforo
tlio City Cluli tonight Senator
Ioilgo mentioned tlio Japaneso
mill Chinese question. Ho said:
"Tliu people of Australia ,cx-
: elude tlio Chlnoso Just as we
: ilo, nml It may hh well be frank- :
! ly Btutctl that tlio wlilto rnco
will not pcrmlt'AsIntlc labor to
ronipelo with their own In
their own countries.
"In tlio environment of Chi- -
ncfo labor our labor couhl not
: long Hiirvlvc, na wo dcslro It to
exist, mid, therefore, by nn ov-
crinnslcrlug Instinct our pooplo ?
of tlio Weit mo determined not
to admit Asiatic labor to this
country, whether It Is Chinese,
Japanese or Hindu." u
m IAS 1 Ml
His Nomination On First
Washington, Mnrch 20. That Tail
will bo nominated for President on the
first ballot taken by tlio Ilepubllcaii
National Convention in Chicago, lu
June, is claimed tonight by Frank II.
Hitchcock, In charge of tho Washing
ton Tnft Headquarters. Tho positive
Taft strength Is. placed at G52 votes
out of a total of 9S0 In tho conven
tion, 401 votes being lequlred lo nom
inate. Tho flglircH compiled by Hitchcock
nro based on reports from every Con
gresetonnl district in thu United
States. Furthermore, tho figures urc
declared to bo ultrn-cnnscrvutlvo. Per
sons who hnvo been keeping a close
wntch on succeeding developments
tluco tlio state and district and county
committees liegnn Hi meet nnd pass
if solutions, and since, tlio statu and
district conventions began to elect
'ilnloirntpH In nlilenirn nurpn will.
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Hitchcock. In this statement.
Tho present strength of tho Tnft
candidacy, nccordlng to tho statement
nuthoilzed tonight, may bu sunimar
I zed ns follows:
Now England 5"
Ohio 1 -10
Other Northern and Eastern
Southern States East of tho Mis
sissippi river 128
States and Territories West of
Mississippi river , 27it
Outl) Ing territories I
Thobo mo tho first figures of n com
prehenslvo character tnklug Into con
sldcrntlon tho wholo country that havo
been given nut by tho campaign man
ager hIiicu tho political pot began to
boll. Thero have been many predic
tions nnd tentntlvo tables, based on
biirmlxus, Thesn n!ro founded on cor
respondence had with persons on thr
ground In every district, mid tho op
position, It Is declared, has been given
tho beiioni of doubt lu every case.
"Tho most Important gains in the
Tnft movement during the past month
occurred west of tho Mississippi riv
er," said Hitchcock, lu his formal
Hopiihllcan Headquarters, ovor thu
Hawaiian News Merchant street
store, will ho open for thu receipt ot
precinct primary returns.
Tho abovo sign Is now seen in many
shops and oulcoi In Ihfo city, becauso
drinking men aio unreliable,
Competition is too keen und Ufo la
too strenuous for nn employer to keep
men on his payroll whose nerves nre
unsteady and whoso brains nro not
Every lino of business Is beginning
to closo Its doors to drinking men.
Drunkenness Is a dlscaso and like
moist diseases, has Its remedy. Or-
rlno Is the rcllablo treatment and In
told under n posltlvo guarantee to ef
fect n cure or your money will bo ro
funded. Orrlno Is In two forms! No.
1, which can ho used without tho pa
tient's knowledge In tea, coffee or
food; anil No. 2. for those who wIbIi to
The guarantee Applies to. both forma
Mailed In plain setled packago on re
tclpt p( ?1 00. Write for free booklet,
mailed In plain sealed, envelope. The
Orrlno Co., Washington, D. C, or Ho
nolulu Drug Co., Lldv
Remember that the Garbage Depart
ment has promised to cart away the
refuse when you clean up yeur side
walk, Call up the department when
your part of tha work Is done.
(gBp-'Tor Rent" card! on sals at
the bulletin office.
J A it.' ,
Would Fight America
San Francisco, March II. "If my
King called mo mid my country waa
lu trouble with this country, 1 would
return home to fight.
"1 would not return If njy parents
(ailed mo home, but I would If my
"I am only In America for tho pur
pose of getting an education."
Theso statements wero made by
Sung II. Clio, n lwcnly-)c.ir-old Kor
ean, in n deposition taken before Jus
tlco of the Pcaco rtonnor at Samallto
yesterday Tho deposition was taken
aduit cofi'iA'a,',!;btjT:yu.tcr rnfM
at tho request of the Sausallto school
trustees against whom tho Asiatic
has applied for a writ of mandalo to
compel thu Sausallto school hoard
to admit him to tho fifth grade In tho
Central school In thnt town, In which
grndo ho would associate with white
boys nnd girls of tender years.
In tho course of his testimony the
Korean testified that his parents were
In Korea, that his homo was In Sim
l'innclsco and that he was paying for
his schooling In Sausallto by working
as n domestic In tho family of Uanlei
antcr, who is nlso his attorney.
Ileforo making tho admission that
ho would, If called upon, return and
bear arms against this country, ho
was decidedly uneasy and for Minn
pmi; tried to evade tho queftlou h
uskllig his interrogators. Attorney L.
C. l'lstolesl and. K. A. Mehlim, "What
would you do?" Upon being nssurou
that ho would not be Injured, no mut
ter what his answer was, ho mudo
thu statement quoted nboo.
Thu Inquiry developed tho fact that
Clio was in thu high school In Korea
and that thu educatlon.il qualifica
tions possessed by him would carry
far past thu highest grado lu tho Sail
BAlItu school. The case enmu up be
fore 'Superior Judgo I.ennon in San
Ilafacl, who sustained tlio School
Hoard's demurrer to thu complaint
and tlio Astatic was given ten days
within which to amend. Tho ruling
Involved only technical points. Th..
Sausallto authorities nro now confi
dent thnt their stand In excluding Clio
will bo uphold.
FORTIFICATION MONEY FOB
HAWAII AND PACIFIC COAST
Washington, March 10. Tho forll
flcatlons bill, carrying a total appro
priation of $8,210,011 lustend of the
$38,II3Jlti asked for by tho war du
lartnicnt. was repotted today to the
house committee on appropriations
by Chairman S'mlth of tho subcommit
tee on fortifications. Thu subcommit
tee believed, aslilo from other consid
erations, that to recommend nn ap
propriation f 138.000,000 fur fortlll
catlons at this tlmo would bu an no
tion which might bo ery reasonablv
construct! by Japan as an official de
claration Unit tho United States was
pteparlng against u war with that na
Tlio amount recommended by the
committee is larger than any which
has been annually appropriated since
thu Spanlsu-Amcrlcnu war. Tho cul
ling down of tho department's esti
mates by 30,233,331 means, among
other things, that tho commtltoo has
recommended nothltlg for continental
United States, and has nppiopilatod
mainly for tho Hawaiian ami I'liiuii
pluu Islands, Thu committee hax
tinned down entirely lliu depart
ment's proposal for tho fortification
of Manila harbor by tho construction
and formication of uu artificial Island,
nnd nothing Is-carried for Sublg Iny.
I'or tho Hawaiian Islands practical
ly everything Is allow oil Unit was re
commended by tho Taft hoard, ux
ceptlng tho fortification of Pearl har
bor. Two hundred thousand dollars' wai.
considered by lliu depart tiieill mi a
nccossary appropriation for purchase
nud experiment with flying machines.
Tills estimate wns ttirown entirely,
tho committee deriding thnt tho Jul,-
000 balance on hand for that purpose,
plus thu 550,000 regular mIIovmhico,
should bo moro tluiii necessary lo
meet nil department demands in this
lino fur tio present.
Pacific Coast Items.
Thu bill carries jnnny Items relat
ing to tho Pacific coast. It was de
veloped at tho hearing that Puget
sound wns badly In need of defensos,
Most of the ?300,00o curried In the
bill for construction, of batteries was
allotedfor tiro control stations, the
greater portion of It for San Francis
co, That work thero Is nearly com
'pitted, Tho $210,000 allowci) for
Feaiclillghts will bo used for Pacific
coaBt ports. Tho Commltteo allows
?17G,000 for casemates, cublu gullciy
and torpedo storehouses nnd other
structures for niibmuilno minus
which will bo expended on the Puclflc
coast. Thu cost of such work would
give San Diego $80,311, Ban Francisco
$12,000. Columbia river $30,100 and
Pugot sound $1,3,800. Tho Ml) .grants
$100,000 for fccacoast battel leg In Ha
f Wi $ few?'
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Aldrich Bill Passed
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mnrch 27.
Senate by n vote of -12 lo 10.
Wnsjilngton, Mnrch 17."Vhat 1
have to say Is nuulu moie pertinent, if
possible, by tho action taken during
thu day with respect to tho Aldrich
bill," said La Fulletle, in beginning
his upeech In the Senuto t-n tho cur
lency bill today. Ills ruferenco wns
to the amendments made to thu bill
by tho Commltteo on Finance. Speak
ing of tho "Morgan and Standard Oil
banks," nnd looking across tho cham
ber lovvnrd Senator Aldrich, La Fol
letto declared. "1 will show the con
nection of theso great groups with thu
bill pending here, notwithstanding tho
dextrous withdrawal of tho proposi
tion to Incorporate railway bonds in
Aldrich said thu most earnest ob
jection to tho bill wns nuulu by the
National City Hank of New York, and
that Viindcillp, vlcc-picslduiit of that
bank, has opposed the measure.
"It Is," hu declined, "not only op
posed by that bank, bul hy nil tho
banks of Now York. 1 hnvo received
this morning a statement from the
Now York Clearing houso Association
saying wo would better hnvo no cur
rency legislation nt all than havo this
bill, nnd stating reasons why wu
should havo an asset currency. 1
know or no bank or banking man lu
lavor of this bill. Thu fact Is, the
banks thioughout the country arc
ngnlnst it, and the Senator from Wis
cousin linn studied this Mtuntlnn to
little effect If ho has failed to learn."
"1 will Inquire," retorted Ln Toi
lette, "what tha position of Mr. Mor
Thero wub a chorus of laughter ln
"I do not know," replied Aldrich. "I
know Mr. Morgan Is a man of wide ex
perience mid wlso Judgment nnd pa
trlotlsm, nud I'tbould feel gratified
It ho approved this bill."
"Perhnps," replied La Follelte, ln,n
tono of sarcasm, "In somo way the
chairman of tho Finance Commute
will bo nblo to find out wheto Mr.
Morgan Btauds, ills countenance
beaming from tho gallery of this
chamber while ."life Senator from
llhodo Island spoke on this measure
rather Indicated that Mr. Morgan, thu
head of ono of these groups, wns not
entirely ndvert.0, to tho propositions
embraced In tho bill,
"I suppose," sidd Aldrich, "tho Senn
lor from Wisconsin will agree with mo
thnt this proposition should ho dis
cussed oh Its merits us to whnt It
will do,.;ujil'n In yl.cw.of what men
In tho position of Mr. Morgan, think
"Lot mo Bay," La Follolio replied,
"you cannot ulwas (ell from thu lines
of tho bill, I should say tho proposi
tion to .withdraw tho provision to In
corporate railway bonds lu this bill
throws u flood of light upon tho pur
pose of this legislation, Let mo say
tu tho Senator from Rhode- Island, fur
ther, that It is not beyond question
(lint these gieat organizations might
put nut horo or thero criticisms of this
proposition lo give color lo thu Idea crutlc side.
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Congressman Shot Negro
WASHINGTON, 1). C, March 27. Congressman IIolllu shot n negro
tonight on n Pennsylvania avenuo c.ir.
' Jtimcs Thomas Ileflln, Democrat, represents tho Fifth District of
Alabama. He was born ln ISO!) nnd has been In Congress since 190-1.
Ho hns held Important ofllccs in his Slate.
SIR ROBERT HART LEAVES PEKIN
PKICIN, China, March 27. Hlrltobcrt Hart wiih given a farowcll re
ception today by tlio Kinpcror and Hmprcss Dowager. Ho will return to
JAPANESE ARE GOING TO BRAZIL
ItIO DU .lANIJIIlD, Ilrnzll, Murdi 27. Ono thousand Jnpancs-J iro
under contract to work on sugar estates In tho province ot San Paulo.
NO DEATHS'IN CHI0LAPA EARTHQUAKE
CITY OF MKXICO, March 27. Thoro aro no deaths ns a result of
Iho carthquuko that ruined the cits of Chlhipa.
DEWEY CAN'T COME
WASHINGTON, D. C. March 2
meet tho Fleet nt Snn Francisco.
BRAZIL'S SUGAR DUTY REDUCED
ItIO UK JANl'IlllO, llruzll, March 27. Tho duty on sugar has been
fixed at 100 rols.
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DIG FLCET MEANS
Loudon, Mnrch 1 1, Frederick T. Janes, Iho famous naval author
ity, when asked today by 1111 Kxumlnor correspondent for his opin
ion of thu plan for maintaining a strong American fleet In tho Pacific,
"I hollovo 11 stioug, permanent Pacific fleet Is essential. A'wonk,
undefended coast would tempt .la pan unduly lo In lug 011 a racu war
which would bo a world calamity. A strong American Pacific Meet
Is tho oulv guarantee ot pence. Russia's defeat by .liip.111 wns dun
to n weak Pacific fleet. America cannot afford a Tsushima, which
relltinco upon ro-onfoi cements might well mean."
cj J . vf 1; ; $
wnll. Tho total cost ot those batteries
vould be much greater. Thero will bu
mortar butteries both at Diamond
Head mid Pearl Harbor und 12 Inch
guns nt Pearl Harbor.
Two 14-lnch guns will bo plarod at
tho entrance to Honolulu harbor, 011
the Island at the edge ot the town.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
-The Aldrich bill has passed tho
thnt thero Is no great and mighty pow
cr organized hoiilud lids liglslallon.'
Thero wero no cumnieielnl reasons
for n panic, sahl Lu I'olletto. "Tlieiu
were speculative, legislative nnd po
litical i canons why u panic might
serve Bpvrl.il Interests. Thero were
business ucoies to sellle. Theio wan
legiB'iitlou to bo blocked and a cur
rency measure suited to the system to
bo Bocurcil. Thero wob u third term
to hu dispofcd of and pollclcB to be
Ho told In vivid I.tngnugi. the stnrj
of the W.ill-etrcet panic mid declared
lliu gamu was nil prepaied by Stand
nnl Oil men. At lliu proper llniu Mor
gan, with teal money, came to tho res
cue und stemmed thu tldu of panic.
"And so elided (ho panic," hu said.
"How brleflly It nil worked out. They
hud tho wholo country terrorized.
They had thu money of tho deposits
of banks of oory stnto lu tho Union,
to tho amount of $:,no,ooo,Oi)0, ncnily
all of which wiw lu the vaults of the
big bank group-c It supplied big op
erators with money to squeeze out In
vestors nud siM-culalors at lliu very
bottom of tho decline, taking In the
stock al nn enormous pioflt. lu tbl-i
connection thu operations of Morgan
mid Standard Oil furnish additional
uvldcuco-nf tho character of this pan
Ic. Wo hnvo record proof of their ut
ter contempt for commercial Interests
not only for (ho country "generally, but
lor legitimate trnifo lu New York cll
The Morgtiu and Standard Oil
banks, hu Bald, pursued lu that ci 11
Ical moment tho inurso of tlio specu
lating bankers. "They m'r.lslercil,"
ho Bald, "to tho needs of Wall street;
quite deaf to tho needs of commerce.
Thulr course wns that of men who
wero playing wltjli tho crudlt of thu
country for u purposb."
He told of tho organization of the
blg'trusts and said: "Tho baro names
of tho directors of two great bank
groups (Standard. Oil mid Morgm)
given In connection with their busi
ness associations is nil tho evidence,
that peed bo offerod of tho nbsoluto
community of Interest between banks,
railroads and till tho great InOustilus,
Thuro mo twenty-threu dlrejtora ol
tho National City Ilank (Standard
Oil); thero aro Ihlrty-nlno directors
of tho National Hank ot Commerce
(Morgan). Kxmnluntlou of these di
rectors shows that theso two groups
nro being knit together lu business
associations, suggesting their full
"Subject to differences which may
nrlso between powerful Individuals of
(Ih'bo different groups, resulltng lu oc
cnslnnnl collision, thoy nro practically
n monopoly, and an far us tho public
Is concerned, practically ono group,"
After talking fur two mid a half
house Ln I'olletto found himself un
nblo to coutliiuo further nnd suspend
ed his remarks until tomorrow. J,n
Follctto was soon surrounded by Sen
ators extending their congratulations,
most of them being from tlio Dome-
TO SAN FRANCISCO
i. Admiral Dowry will bo unnblo to
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PEACE FOR PACIFIC
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A Now York policeman saved tho
life of n burglar hu caught robbing
uu apartment building. Tho thief
Jumped thlity tout Into tho Now
York Central tunnel. Tho officer,
using mi mitomnbtlo lamp, located
the man, lying unconscious, got a
ropo and rescued htm Juit beforo 11
train whizzed ovor the spot whero
the robber lay.
Silks And How
BY M. BRASCH
Manager of Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
I wonder how many ladles when thread us It In wnntcd, picking nt thn
dunning their "Bllke'nttyro" tblnl
whence thh beautiful fabric ennio
llilnk of Us original maker tho
poor little worm. Fiom thu silk
worm's egg to the Mulshed material
Is n long nnd wearisome, although In
teresting, load. Fiom the egg to tho
woim, the worm lo Hie chryhalls, tho
'hrysalls to the cocoon, thence In
Iho mi-wlnding of the Ittlto sill, en
thread nro nil stages of Immense ct
tltnplo Intelesl. The Intricacies of
spinning, dyeing, weaving, printing
nil follow In their turn. The silk
worm does not bcllevo very much ln
moving, as his home toda) Is prac
tically where It has been for centur
ies, cither In Japan, China,-' or Italy.
These three tountrles produce tho
world's supply of raw silk, tho prlco
of which today ranges from about
$2.2li to $ I 2."i u pound, graded ac
tordlng to fineness, color, nud clean
Thu Orient, which may claim till right to long ns tho good w
rightfully lo bo (ho "home" of silks, ' fresh, hut ns hoon as this fiiiioi
Is still thu largest producer of thu had u chance to dry nnd drop i.m
law material and nlso exports an ' crack went the silk. -The better i i.j
Immense quantity ot silks lu the' of mnmifuUiircrs, realizing that U i
plcce, both In plain und handsome ' would eventually kill the slll Indus
brocades, in many Instances the try ot thu (fulled States, formed ti
primitive methods of weaving aro , association to delect nud prevent
still adhered to, which ono may still such Ill-practices. The lesult Is tli.it
seo in uso In China. In n small , mi long ns one purchases fioln n good
Ibanty will be two men. who, at the' reliable house onu need not fe-ir
approach of n stranger, "get busy"
with their ancient hand loom, con-
tisllng ot wooden roller, spindle,
etc. Silks of all necessary tolors nro
strung from tho machine, running
along the celling for a short distance
und ithcu hang down loosoly on
weighted spools. One man itdetidi ,
to the looniMvhllo tho other attends
to tho stlksrpullltig ut'cnrli color In
Its turn.-thus. releasing, sufllulciit - stlkr
HELPS FOR "THE HOUSEHOLD
When ono Is using n special flower
for tho decoration of thu table nt a
formal luncheon or dinner It is nrtis
tlc to hnvo thu same (lowers used ns
u garnish for us many of thu dishes
Thus, It onu hns daisies and ferns
In tho center of tho table, havo thu
lampshades of green paper, rut In
narrow lrondllko pluces to represent
Servo tho oysters lu their sheila
with n wrenth of ferns around tho
outsldo mid a lemon nestling lu a bed
of daisies lu the center.
Twlno Iho stems of sherbet glasses
lu mnldeuhulr, If It clu bo done Just
Lcforo sending' (o (ho (nble, othcrwls.0
it will bo too wilted.'
If you havo grnio fruit served lu
glasses,' hnvu Ilium standing lu 'u
wicath of daisies, with ferns on thu
Btems. Or, If tho half frull Is served,
lot tho edgo of tho plato bu wreathed
with n mixed wieath of funis nud
Tho Ires should bo molded lu tho
form ot daisies. If you enro to go to
Iho expense, nnd should hnvo n touch
of plstncho In Ihciji to- roproflcnt tho
If you do not uso molded Ices then
they will look well served in boxes
lu tlio form of pjper daisies or cover
ed with rcnl ferns,
Tho placo cards can bo n painted
bunch of (lowers, cut out so they can
bo slipped on tlio top of tho goblet.
Tho candy nnd small cakos should
bo grcon and while, and If tlio dinner
Is elaborate enough to glvo souve
liters you might havo Iho floral cen
terpiece arranged in separate bunches
of daisies and ferns Unit can ho given
to each guest lu tho drawing room
Just beforo she leaves.
HEALTH AND DEAUTY.
A hot hath and n fow hour's sleep
will do wonder- lo renew u youthful
11 Is always best lo oboy nature's
laws Just us strictly In legurd to our
complexion ns to our lives.
Hnvo plenty of cxcrclso nnd fresh
alt, good food, sunshine nud lots of
Bleep. This lust Is most necessary.
Uso tepid water to wash In and If
It Is hard a llttlo borax will soflen It,
us hard vvater Is very bad for the
Novcr cat or work If you nro over
tired. Thu digestive organs will sure
ly refuso lo do their taBk propel ly
und you will suffer (ho reaction.
When you first feel n sensation of
pnlu In thn fingers that may mean 11
felon, ut nnco put lock salt in (hu
oven, pulvcrlzo It nnd mix with equal
applied frequently will destroy with
in twenty-four hours oven u felon that
has nindo somo headway.
A distinguished physician staloi
that If tho scalp Is kept thoroughly
clean ono rarely contractu contagious
diseases. This doctor, who has work
ed long among Immigrants und Iho
IKiorur classes, declines that when
tho hair is allowed to hceonio dirty
pud matted It Is almost Impossiblo
to escape Infection.
Until tho ngs of 5 yoars milk should
form tlio stnplo nrtlclo of every clilldls
diet, not less than n quart being con-
fr tfi.i&.x.ii.w. atuiiikueUjt.Mik fiftfrA irtfrJiwuUfg-te ,
To Keep Them
rhndes lu much tho so pie manner ns
one plays n guitar. It may bo un
necessary lo ray that this silk Is not
lor salo, n-t nflor working a very
thort lime, the "hat Is passed"
mound nud you nro nt libert) to do
From such primitive methods ns
theso to thu vast silk facvirles of iho
civilized world Is n long si ride
I'ranre, of course. I tlio laigot iro
duecr of finished silks todn. witn
(he I'nlted Stales a tloao sound l'o
many years thero oNuted a sii'inu
prejudice ngnlnst doniesth -mad-silks
mid particularly taffetas d
rightly so. but this Is pradle.-ii i
thing of tho p.tat. It wns due t ,
trucking propensities of the m.n
i lain, which nald cracking was i
turn duo to tho unxrupulnu ni.'iu
fiirlun-r who. In order i" in.
"weight nud lllllng" for bis itlx
used u solution of tin whl h ""
idded liulrc nnd rustle. This wi.
Hint their garment will split of
ciack heforo good wear lias been had.
.lust onu word moro to the Indlc
Don't put jour silks away In trnnt,
etc.; mako thorn up und won them,
A silk garment Judlcloush worn,
aired und then hung up will last tu
times us long ns that piece of si i.
jilCly packed nwny In jour tuiuk.
'Silk, like the lest of us. needs fiealt
- nlr nnd sunshine occasionally.
Mimed dally In somo form or other
Wholo milk must not bo tnk n In long
drafts, us a hevcnige. tjiough sips ot
It nre not likely to disturb tho diges
tion. Nor should milk ho offered with
meals ns baby guts older, water Is
much moro suitable then.
A slmplo remedy for removing cin
ders fiom tho eye Is to dip a small und
perfectly clean rainul'H hair brush lu
water nud pass It over thu ball of th
eyes. This operation requires llttln
skill mid generally removes till pari
Iclo of dust Instantly without dung r
of Inflammation. Of courru. this rei.
edy is not suggested for tho Ira! 1,
wheru no ono 'could get tho brush.
Frequently girls of K, or 17 flint dif
ficulty lu sleeping. This Is fo who) '
umiutiiiul that tho cause minuhl
onro bo discovered and cured. If !.
doctbr tells on there Is no tunctloi 1
disorder (r) (ho effect of frc- h air.
exercise, regular habits und simple
diet. If possible, take 11 brisk walk
Just beforo going lo bed. This mil t
not bu so long us to tiro. Follow it
by 11 warnijinth In which a llttlo sea
salt hits been dissolved. A goittlo ijiiia
sago after tlio bath Is excellent. Kip
n glass or hot milk Jurt beforu gulling
Into bed. Sleep In 11 dark room with
Iho windows open. Draft can b Pre
vented bj means of icreens.
Spring toques nro shown inndo ot
largo Jul bead j Btiiiugon chenille nud
trimmed with a largo pompom of cut
ostrich plumes or a cloud of chiffon.
They would bo very easy to mako at
homo, for tlio bcnil Hro strung nt In
tervals of ono Inch mid nro afterward
wound over a trnnw covered with
Tho Idea of Iheso lo-ues was oils
luated lu Pr.rl.i In 10.15, when ull tho
mourning lints worn trimmed with
btrlugs ot dull Jit beads.
Thu cut o-Arlili pliimo pompoms nru
rt feature of thu season and the) 111 e
I tolly 11 good way to uso us worn out
plumes or Ihoso feathers, that aro too
small to uso In any other way,
Thoso used lu iho pompoms nro not
more than four Inches long, mid nro
clipped qulto closo to tlio stein, loav
lug only (iboiil nn Inch ot fcatherH on
each bide. It lakes u greal man) such
rut fcalheiii to mako 11 pompom und
It should always bo borne lu mind
that several good short feathers may
bu used to mako a long plume, so. uu
icss Ihey uro usoIcsb, they should not
bu cut to maku n pompom.
Tho trial of Ilrady Clements, tho
nogro of alleged cannibalistic ten
dencies, tor chawing oft his wife's
ear, Is still on. It wns expected thnt
tho trlul would Inst only about a day,
hut It has already lasted pearly 11
week, nnd the end litis nut yet been
A. I). Lnrnaclt, who Is defending
ilrady, Is putting up n vigorous light
nnd milking every posulhlo point, al
though opposed to such n veteran
prosecutor us County Attornoy Cath
cart. Larnncli was appointed by tho
Court to defend thu prisoner, sir!
gets not n cent for lits work, but ho
appears to bo working as It thro
wero u thousand-dollar feo In night.
Mail of tho negro population ot Ho
nolulu has been lu court since tha
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