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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APfl. 15, 1911.
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Clitlilri'ii'N l'url) ul tloicrnnr's llopic.
Tin.' children of Honolulu mo Invit
ed in mi "egg-rolling conlest" lit
Coventor Freur's ;Mondny iiflornoon.
Tills In nil nld-tlmo cusinin nf the
(lovornor nml Mrs. Frcnr'B, nncl encli
jenr Is keenly anticipated by 'no lit
Anion); those wlio will naslst In en
tertaining tlio clillilrcn at tlio Faster
egg rolling, on Monday next, nt Ar
cndln, will lio: Mrs. Now comb, Mrs.
llondrlck, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Joseph Ktn
crsoti, Mrs. H. A. .Tones, Mr. mid Mrs.
Plilllp Dodge, Miss Francos Law
rence, Miss Cross, Miss Dillingham,
Miss Allco Drown, Miss Cordelia Oil
man, Miss Helen llobrnn, Miss .Tnno
Wlnno, Miss Fast, Miss Shaw, Miss
Margaret Cooke, tlio Misses Knpke,
Mr. Walter Dillingham, Dr. Scndder,
Mr Cllvo Davlcs, Mr. von Holt, Mr.
Wlllunl Ilrown, Mr. Kbersolc, Jndgo
Whitney, Mr. F. T. Dillingham, .ludgo
Mndnay, Mr. John Krdmnn, Mr. Win.
O. Forties, Mr. I.ylo Dickey, Mr. Thco
doro Richards, Mr. Wlilto Sutton.
Tlio post-I.entcn season will bo In
augurated by the Pacific Club tllnner
danco next Friday evening. Society
Is eagerly looking forward to this
event, which will dniihtlcss bo olio of
tho most brilliant of the season. Many
dinners hao been nrimiged for tho
occasion, and tho display of gowns
piomlses to ccllpBo anything hitherto
attempted. Among Ihoso who will en
tertain nt dinner nro Messis. Uco. It.
Carter, It. Ivors, F. Klauip, . F.
llishop, I,. T. I'ock, Gen. Macomb, F.
II. Thompson, nnd many others.
Mr.'and Mrs. Thomas Kino's Dinner.
Hoses ornamented tho hau'lsomo
lulilo or Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King's
when thuy entertained complimen
tary to Senator mid Mrs. Chailca
Hlco of Kauai. Tlio artistic ar
rangement for tills affair wan beauti
ful and unique. Those picsenl wcro
Senator ami Mrs. Chat lea Hlco, Sen
ator nml Mrs. Krlc Kniidscn, Mr.
Thomas King, Captain Moor Falls,
.Mr and Mrs. Deerlng, Mr. Iwls King
Sir. nml .Mrs. A. I.cnl-s Jr.'s, Dinner.
Sonator and Mrs. Uric Kniidscn
were tho motif for a beautiful dinner
f tint, was gltn by Mr. and Mrs. A.
Iwis, Jr. I'lnk roses nml inirplo
violets wcro used profusely on tho
daintily appointed dinner table. Tho
liaud-paliitcil place cards wore much
ndnilrcd. Among those who attended
this delightful nffalr were i Senator
and Mrs. i:rlc KmnMcn, Judge mid
Mrs. William Whitney, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ilmold Dillingham, and others.
.Mrs. ,1. S. Walker's Luncheon.
Shasta daisies and palo blue silk
mnllno produced mi effective decoiu
t Ion for the luncheon at which Mrs.
J. T Walker presided as hostess
Thursday afternoon. Owing to tho
Lenten season tills was an Informal
alfalr, tho Invitations being Issued by
telephone. Thciso piesent vvero Mis.
.1 S. Walker, Mrs. Kclley, Mrs. Mc-
lllrldo, Mrs. (iibbous, Mrs. llralnard
' Smith, Mailam Klmiall, Mrs. Arthur
Drown, and others.
Mies Hoffman's Dinner.
Miss Flnrcnco Hoffman entertained
at dinner Wednesday evening In hon
or of Miss Knthcrluo Stephens. I'lnk'
loses and linud-paliiled place cards
formed henutllul uccersorles for tho
beautifully npivolntcd tabic Among
those piesont besides tlio nltractlvo
young hostess were Miss Knthcilno
Stei'hens. Miss Allco (Ixiper. Miss
Helen Noilb. Doctor Olllesple, Lieut
I'Iiip Lieut. Turner nnd Mr. Clarence
Miss Loulso Cilranl, dangliter of
Colonel (Jlr.uil, arrived on the Sierra
linl'iy, to vIhII her sister, Mrs. Fred
erick Klauip. Mr and Mrs. Kliimp
and llinlr house guest will spend a
week ! their beaeli place. They will
entertain a week-end party, In honor
of tjtclr guest. Miss filrnid lied in
Honolulu at one time, when Colonel
(llrnrd was stationed In the IhI.uiiIh.
Hho Is a very pretty girl and very
.IDs Ili'lle Jnni's' I.iiiicIm'OU.
Sweet heonted giiidenlaa and Aus
Iralia maldenlialr fern llguied prninl
iicutly in tlio decorative hchemu of
tlio luncheon, when Mrs llelle Juiioii
onloiliilned at Hie I'. C Jones moun
tain home lompllimmtitiy to a trio
of California society women who nro
sojourning at tlio Seaside Hotel. Tho
twolru covers were designated by
liand-palnted guest eaids. Those pres
ent a this affair woro Mrs. Hello
Jones, tho guests of honor, MesdamoH
Kelloy, Mcllrido and (Jlbbons, Madam
Kimball, Madam llaindeii, Mrs An
drew Fuller, Mis Kile Knudbcn, Mrs.
Arthur Drown ami otheia.
Mrs. llaiiiie) .Scolt's l.uurlii'iiii.
Ono of tho prettiest luncheons of
the week was In hontir of Miss .lull-
I t'lie iiariweii, wneu .ms uiuiurj
Scott entortalncd at her now homo In
College Hills The decorations per
tained to tho approaching Kastcr
tldu and wcro beautiful In every do
Mr. and Mrs. Lowrey's Picnic Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jewett liw
rey cntei tallied Sunday, In honor of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mncdounld and Mrs. nnd
Miss Mnrgarct Scott or llllo. Hawaii.
The party motored nmimil tlio Island,
"plcniclug" on tlio othoi sldo nf the
Island. Tho paity was composed of
llngugcmenl (o be Announced.
An engagement will bo announced
shortly after Kastcr. "Llltlo Dan
Cupid" has been hovering mound, al
though It Is the Inten season, this
lltllo worker Is never found napping,
and is always on tho alert to pro
mote tho happiness of others.
Mr. and Mm. George Kluegel's Home
Mr. and Mrs. fleorgo Kluegel en
tertained n number of their friends at
a house party at Kaniawnl. Among
their guests were Mr. ami Mis. IJn
genc Campbell. Miss Mrncn Carroll,
Mr. and Mrs. George Angus ami oth
ers. Sen Ice llrlilge Club Toil pencil.
On account of Holy week, tho mem
bers or tho Service llrldgo Club did
not hold their fortnightly meeting
Monday Afternoon of this week, tho
meeting being postponed until Mon
day ot Kastcr week.
Judge and Mrs. Whitney's Dance.
Judge and Mrs. William Whitney
will glvo a dancing patty at Ihelr
homo H! in lllngbnm street. Monday
evening. Aplll tho sciotitcctilh. About
tnrntj-lho couples havo been limit
Mr mid Mrs. William 0. Irwin will
leavo today for the east nnd Kuropc,
where they will remain during the
summer. They will oujoy n brief
visit In Now York mid will go at
oneo to Paris, where they will Join
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tcmplctmi CrockeV.
Tlirlr plans after tho visit in tho
I French capital nro not definite, ami It
has not been decided whether they
will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Crocker
to Imdon for tlio coronation cere
monies. They have nil extended plan
nf frfil',.1 fnf fli.. mimtii... 1..., ...lit
. .'. .....v. .... ill.i oil ,,,,,, VI, (fill .VIII
pniuaiuy visit i.onnon in .nine, when
many San Franciscans will lie there
for tho social festivities of that
month. San Francisco Call.
Miss Phlnnm of California, Is the
guest or Airs. Ilnrt at Wnlklkl. Miss
Plilnnoy Is a gical Mend or Mrs
Chnilcs Klslon, a daughter or Mm
Hail, who Is iiIhi visiting at her
mother's homo. Mis. Klston was Miss
May Hart or this city, and Is a iiul
voisnl social fuvnrllo. Owing to the
Lenten beasoii, Mrs. Klslon has not
been iieeepllbg many Invitations
many iilans mo been rorinulated to
entertain her, a number of these af
fairs will be Informnl for Mrs. Klslon
Is devoid! iu out-of-doors, being utr
IhiHlusllr swimmer, eipiestiieiiuo and
tenuis plajcr. For a number of soars
she lichl the ladles' tenuis champion
ship of tho Islands.
and Mrs. James McCandless mo
stopping nt tho Palnco Hotel In Sin
Fianelseo, Cat. Mr. MrCandless will
havo to be In Honolulu during the sec
ond week In June. As his utiiy In
Honolulu will be or a short duration.
Mis. McCaudless mny nut n'tuin to
lliioliilu, but rob,ibly will Wslt her
motlier In Tncoma. Washington When
Mr. and Mrs. McCaudless re'urn to
Honolulu for tho winter beasnn Miss
Ilecsle lla'dger a sister or tho hide
will -etiirn with them and spi ml Hi
whiter here. Miss Il.irdgei- Ik an no
eonipllshi"! ami iitlrurtlve girl wild
1,4 iiulte well known lioin, having vl--iiod
In Honolulu, and also in llllo
Mr ami Mm llmry Wlld"r and lr
ami Mrs l.'l!oiniiH':iril"u cnj'i.ed eu
automohlle trip aioimd tlio island of
O.ilm, Sunday. This trip Is grnwln
moie and moio. popular and ll.ilelwa
' la "llllt'il to ovcillowlng" with week
end pintles as a number of (own
I folk pinfer to inotoi to this suliurhin
hotel Saturday nnd retain to I own el
Iher Sunday oveiilng or early Monday
Mrs. Mnrlx ami Miss Kiitberiuc Ste
phens did not lou.o Tor the mnlnland
on tho Iransport Crook as was report
ed. Captain Marlx has not received
bis oi deis nnd It h to ho hoped that
the di'iKii'moiit nt Washington has
decided to hav him lenialn In Ho
iiolulu Mrs. Marlx has been unite
III with Ln (iilppe and con II nod to
her homo for tho past week.
Major Hoosotolt, U. s. A., a cousin
of o-Pieslileut ltoosevell. was tlio
guest of honor nt an Infoiinal lun
cheon, that was giicn Thursday aft
ernoon by Opinio unit Mrs. Arthur
Mnrlx at their home on Kliinu nnd
I'ensacol.t street. Major Itoosevelt
was a pas'-cnger on tho II. S. S. Sher
man. Captain ami Mis. Halgbt, two chil
dren and maid spent the week-end at
Hnlelwa. The llaiglils attended the
bop on .Sunday evening, that prmed
such n successful nffalr, it Is ru.i
tomary for tho ofTlFers and families nt
Lcllchua to motor to llalelwn and
spend Saturday and Sunday nt th'J
.Mr. St Clair nnd his slstor, Mrs.
Southgnto have leased tho Steere's
homo In Minion Valley. Mrs. Smith
gale has heroine n gtcut favorite In
Honolulu. She Is n lull stunning wo
man and Is very Interesting to meet,
having traveled extensively, and Is u
Mrs. Andrew Drown and Miss Phil
ips nro moving Into their nttlstlc new
bungalow on Pensacola Ktrcet. Tho
Interior or this homo Is as pielty us
the exterior. Tho living loom Is
beamed and tho floor is highly polish
ed. Mrs. Francis (lay returned to her
home In Kiiunl, tills week. It was hop
ed that Mrs. flay would make a long
er slay In Honolulu, sho is a great
social favorite and her friends were
nil anxious to shower social atten
tions upon her.
Miss Kmma Lyons entertained In
ronnally at tea, Thursday nrternoiin.
About a halt do7.cn of hor rrlendii
were telephoned and InvltiM tn this
"Ihinililo bee." Many dainty nrtlcI'M
tor charily, weio fashioned on this
Mr. and Mm. Percy Moiso, Mrs. C.
C Morso and Miss Morse, enjo.ved an
outing at llaleiwa, Sunday. The par-l
ly niomrcii io mis preuy uoici oy mo
Mr. mid Mrs. Ousliiv Sebnefer, and
Mr. ami Mrs. Frederick Damon, form
ed a parly Sunday, and inolorcd
around the Island of Oahii. A deli
cious luncheon at llaleiwa, added to
the pleasure of tho outing.
Mr. and Mrs. I II. Underwood,
have rented the Guild beach home at
Kanlawal Tor the Hummer and will
move in tills attractive bungalow the
flret of June.
Captain ami Mrs l.ovvrcuz of tlio
U. S. Navy and their jouiig son. lcrt
Honolulu for Mnro Island on tlio
Miss Helen Ilobron Is visiting lnr
aunt and uncle. Mr nnd Mia W O.
Only in expensive
Our new models
I I Oiv
CcmorMr V Cjy
Womtn'i A'ffai fcgs. p's
MeJtl NiiL U
Smith nt their home on the corner nf
Nimiinu nnd Dales stieet
Consul Itnlpli Forster, attended Hie
moonlight dniico Hint was given Si(
uiday evening, April the eighth, nt
Major nml Mrs. Campbell have Ink
en apartments at tho Royal Hawaiian
Mrs. Willis Weir, of Tnriiiim Wash
ington Is Btopplug at the Hotel Cotut
land. Miss Ma Damon spent a irtLii
of last week nt llaleiwa.
Mr. nnd Mrs. King or Minneapolis.
Minn., are icglslcrc.il at the llaleiwa
Arier u pleasant outing on Ml.
Tantalus, Mr. and Mrs Alan llottniii
ley letnrncd to town tlio first ot tho
Miss Minnie Schmidt Is visiting her
sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs Paul
Schmidt, nt their homo on Gtoeii
Miss l'Mnn Curtis, who tins benti
visiting her mint, Mrs S.un Peck, tit
Kalmukl, returned tn her homo at,
Curtlsvllle, Hawaii, Tuesday.
Senator and Mrs. Charles ltlen nro
visiting Mr. nnd Mrs Thomas King.
Senntor nnd Mrs. Charles Itlce
will spend Caster with lliu Clifford
Klmbnlls at llalelwn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Jawed
Iiwrey, Mr. nnd Mrs Frederick
Dvvlght Lowroy and Mr. Sherwood j
Lowro nro planning to go Monday j
to their mountain home, "N'lulko," i
nnd spend two weeks. On tho twen
tieth of May Mr. mid Mrs Fretfcj-lck
Jewett Lowroy will sail for Califor
nia; from thcro they wilt cross tlio
American continent nnd einb.uk from
New York for nn Kiirnpe.ui trip. On J
Ibelr return In this rllv their son,
Mr Sherwood Iiwrry, and Miss Ida
Kocpko will bo married.
Senator and Mrs. Kimdsen's guestn
were Mian Juliette llnrtwcll, Mr and
Mrs. Frederick Dvvlght Uivvrey, MIrh
Dernlro llnrtwcll. Miss Calherlno
Goodale, MWm Claire Williams, Miss
Violet Mnkeo, Dr. Iledeimin, Mr.
David Anderson, Mr George Fuller,
Mr. IM. Ileilemnn, Mr. Iluiro Cart
wright Jr., nnd Mr. Georgo Fuller.
Mr and Mrs. Geo. W Fnlmin nml
Mil's Folsom or Now York left on I bo
Siberia nflcr siiendliu; Ihe lasl monlli
nt llaleiwa They have bud niui'li
social attention at Sehofleld llarrncks.
where Cant, and Mrs. C. Sidney
Ilalghl. who was n Folsom, have en
tertained them several times.
Lasl Mo'ndnv the Fo'foms give a
Final! dinner Tor Col Wlliler, who has;
lut (onio to lake roinninuil of tho
Fifth Cavalry. Malar Pcnstnn nnd !
Cnpl and Mrs. Ilalght wcie tho olhT
Miss Constance Folsom entertained
at a dinner and dance at llaleiwa on
Tuesday hiBt. Fourteen snt down at ,t
henutifully ileeornted mmiil table nu
tho Inual. Tho Haleliva (Julnlet sail?
during dinner nnd for the dinrlng lat
er, which was most enjoyable, as tho ;
full moon together with tho out-door
dining and dancing, fpille entranced
the visitors, llesldes tho lingers those
present were Cnpt. ami Mrs, Ilalght.
Capt alii' Mrs, Orton, Llcuts. Warren,
Holhwell, Sheridan nnd Winter! Mr.
and Mis. Folsom, Mr. and Mrs. Kim
ball and Mr. Sehaeffer
The Best Of All "Outdoor"
cuslom-liuilt footwear will you lecutc equal style, quality, fit and cotnfoit.
in Women's Regal Oxfoids accurately reproduce the tmaitcst custom Oxfotd
Jot this season. In Regal quailer-sizes
and comloit as in made-lo-mcasute shoes. 1 he high quality and expert wotk
manship in Regals insuic long, satisfactory service. You will find lliat our Women's
Regal Oxfords fit snugly at the heel and smoothly around the ankle because
they are made on special Oxfotd lasts. Ordinary low-cuts chafo your heel and
the ankle because they ate made on high
you these Women, s Regal Oxfords at your
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel
I'jMli: neroplnnn slcrvcs or this dnlnty
llllli' IiImii'p hi.. ph- ili, m I ho
top iluiti nt lb- illKiit. where they are
giillii-r,-. low 'i iliipeuir, luirdered with
wlnn frllllnTs of vnlenelennin edging,
m. itching Ihe broad liiHtrtlonn and the
ti. nsiMTpnt slock Anuther Xfn: fra
ture of llilii exceedingly chic little car-
mini Is I lie laeu e-Ked, nrd long frill-
HOW TO PLACE RUG FOR DRIDAlI
Near the palms a rug Just large
cnoush for the ctnrxm:in and wedding
cuuplu to stand on must be laid ialri-
corncreis to the riHims. It limit not
bo J.imiued ugalust the wiill. lor spaco
must ho left for the minister
Kllber nt tho back dge of the nig or
In thu center must be nrraiiKid some -
I lliln2 nn which thn eoiiiili rim Kneel
thill'; nn which the couple run Kneel
during a pait of the service When
this Is put down a white fur rug laid
over It Is effect Ivo nnd innst-,Iraetlrnl.
A few Powers, .should bo pot almut
I tlio room In vines and Jars, but when
money Is on object a few blossoms ai
uulle us pnlly ns many.
At a homo wedding, unless It bo u
largo one. the brldn ranly Ins more
than one nttendnnt, nnd It is not nec
essary that she shall havo any.
a osi nun is miner neces.snry for'
Hie liiidreioum, for Ihe former Is uso -
fid n well us orn.iuirnial. That Is a
miiMfr for Ihe Itidlvldu.iU to docldc.
Miuttini Kimball bus been tho guest
of Mr. mid Mrs (' M. V. Forster,
but will spend Kastcr with Mr. and
Mrs Alniirn Gnrlley.
jjv " v
you secure Ihe same peilcct ht
- shoe lasts. Allow us lo show
1 -W "
I 'w ' r rail J$F m
(Si TlBtvii , v 'iJimt AfJV IB
Ing npptlcd to the front In broken ens-
Pin tuck clusters between the Inco
.Ini-ertlniis cniise the bluuso to lit per-
feclly neros Hie shoiildrrs nt luck
and front, and nt ttie bottom II Is -i
idiapeil Hint senrcdy anv fullness Is
held In Py tin. lull ,r the t.'llored skirt
of bronre brown serge.
It Is not now ronsltlcrid necessary to
repeat the enllri" wording of an Invi
tation to u wedding br,akfnst or re
icptlon. This Is n custom that has I
grown u nnd lircomo acceptable bo
enuso of the largo demand on Ih.i tlmo
of society people. (
riir Inslnnce, when, answering such
I nn ttnltntlon Hie iiropcr form now oc
.. ..., l i ..u r..n.... ..
jepted Is as fellows:
"Mr. and Mrs John Henry nrccpt
with plcu'iiro the Kind Invitation of
Mr. nnd Mrs Wilbur Morehend for
Thursday nflernoon, November the
nlnclienth, at half after four o'clock"
I'lirlsts In elloi.etto bav con-ddcrcd
It Millto to repent the name f tho
brldo nnd bridegroom elect with nil
other words used In the Invitation I
Hooks on clliiuetle olsn maintain this
to bo tho correct thing, but It is not
done In fns i onnl,l elide. Tim r..-.
1 mer formula Is nlmot milrely us
, und. nfter nil. tisnso Is Ibu rulo umi
i l.ivv of etiquette
Tho Wednesday llrldgo Club will
meet with Mrs. Winter, wlfo of Cap
tain Winter, on Wednesday of the
Mrs. Frederick Kingsbury nml hfr
sister. Miss live, who have been tho
guests or Judge and Mrs Kingsbury
on Maul, will return to this city on
Wednesday, and will sail on the Wll
helminn April tilth eu loutu for their
home In Columbus, Ohio.
Mr. mid Mrs. Olmsted, with their
daughter and Hiss Maynio Jordan,
who spent several winters In Hono
lulu, nro visiting at Kingston, Ja
maica. Miss Margaret Scott nf llllo, Hawaii,
Messrs. ltohlnson (2) from Kauai,
Mr. Hubert Thompson, Lieutenant
Pardee, Lieutenant Dodgers, Lieuten
ant And rows, Mr. Gnloril, Mr. Da
mon, Mr Dert Clark, and others.
Sundry Civil Biir Authorizes
Start With Three Million
According to T Shlmamura, specl.il
sugar eommliisliiner or the Forums i
goveininenl, vhu sln the Hulled
Males studying sugrr plantation
Japan will not only piodnee her nw'.i
sugar hi'fnro long but will gmw sugar
tor export Khlmauiura Is In Wnsh
Ing'oii for a few days ami In an Inter
view In n local piper ho Bnbl In part:
'-'I havo visited tho sugar planta
tions in i-iirio hho. nun uio sugar
' ".,.., ..,.,,, 0 ... ..... ...I.,..-
meut of Agriculture, ami I have seen
ami learned much which will bo of
Inestimable value to iih in our efforts
o Mippl) Japan with all tho sugar
sho need i
"Formosa ul this lime produces a
good deal of sugar, hut not sutllclent
tor our needs llelug u tropical eoiin-
trv, cane sugar Is cultivated, and we
expect beforo many jcars to produce
IT 13 NOW INCLUDED IN THE
MODERN SCHEME OF
flUtn truo homfmakcr Is so much In
demand that our colleges aro giving
pcclat courses to bring back the over
rducnUil niodrrn young woman to tho
home. 'The history of n. happy nation
Is tho history of Us homes" And ns a
great nation wo cun't afford to neglect
Tlio woman who keeps up a cheerful
atmosphere In the home, who provides
flpprtllng, nourishing food nnd com
fort for li r huxbnnd and children. Is
doing a great work, far grenter than
rho who ncglrcls burband and child
nnd cnex out In the world to mike her
mark. Stie can make It Infinitely tnoro
successfully tit l'nmi nml In such a way
that her wort, will Inllutucc many lives
beddes lier own
To bo n hnmrmnhor i.ieans something
more than a houscl.-rprr. A gomj
hinHekrper often succeeds In making
homo tb'-' most chirrless place on earth
vvllh her polished lloor" ovit which onn
hardly ilnres to wulk nnd her best fur
niture she bntes to have iin uso.
A hnineinnker, mi Ihe contrary, would
make n clmery plaeo of nn attic or re
ceive In one room so Hint you would
think you were In n piihiec. She knows
Just how to place pillows nt the most
rninfnrtnble angle and Imw to plnn a
Utile dinner that Is a mlrnclo of cosi
ness nnd yet Is Incupenslvc.
Mosi girls when they mnrr' want to
1h hoiiifmnkers. but their tgnnrnnco of
hnusehotil matters prevent Ihein from
ticlns sticci'ssis. That Is why thcio
cnurr In colleges nnd public schools
I are sin li good things they help tho
fuluro vlvo-i and moilicrs of this land
lo Insure their own happiness.
The day will surely come nmunil
ugiiln when the badly kept homo wit'
lie the excoi'llon Instead of tlm rule unci
when n wotnnn will glory In her hous.
kxpln; tin her mother did: but, cvel,
ni'i.-e thnn that, she will glory In lie
hupplnesH of those whoso comfort t
Intrusted tn her rare.
Wide Girdles :
1 For Spring Wear
'I'lli: wide clrdlo will bo n fclure
all drcsia.v gnnns this spring, ni4
thu clever tVoman will thus have
ihonro in remodel her short wnlmc
dresses. This picture shown t" very
nltractlvo specimens, ono of plain satin
with a bow nt ono side of ll.r, hack
nnd tussrlcd ends, tlio other of Druiloj'
silk and fringe.
enough for our own needs, as well as
lo ship to foreign markets.
"Most of tlio sugar consumed ln Ja
pan Is Imported from Java, and thn
consumption f tlio attlclo In my couti
trv Is Increasing every )car. Thn
American article Is ton ntpensivo,
which acroiinlK for the fact that wo
do not lui'Hirt It."
Speaking if Japanese sentiments
Willi regard to America, Mr. Shlma
inuia said- "I cinnot liudcrstsnd
juti 'AuierlciiiiH Lveryvvhero I havo
been I havo been asked whoihor Ja
pan would ki to war wllh the United
States II Ik n puzzle lo inn. Wo do
not want wnr wllh any eounlry, and
least of all with America."
iNlin'KNIMIYP.S NL'W FILMS.
Tonight thino will ha a large cinwd
clamoring fnr admission lo the Inde
pendent Thoater on Hotel street near
Niiunnu. Hero nro to bo neeii new'
pbtures, soiiio or tho latest Mima Just
put on beliiK tho story or "A Clergy
man anil Ills Wards," "A Reno Ito
inaneo" ami "Tho I'nllconinn'H Son "
There arc other lllius, but the tlueo
named aro the chief attractions In tho
picture lino. Thcro are sovorul com
edies und ono or two romances. In
addition thorn nro vaudeville "stunts"
. .. . .. .,. , , wn
is n myn-
thoso wlio en
deavor In bind her In such u manner
that they IlilnlC sho cannot escape
from, her bonds.
The Independent Theater will soon
announce a surprlfn which will In
Seats nro tho cheapest In the city,
ten cents for nilnlts and five rents
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