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WtiL HI EVtNINQ BULLtTIN, HONOLULU, T. M., 8ATUII0AY, 8CPT. 30, 19I1.
A PAGE FOR WOMEN AND THEIR INTERESTS
LJiff Local Chat:' Home and Fashion Hints: Religious
H'WHY NOT AN ENTERTAINMENT CHILDREN' .ISPITAL IS HMD I f E1NINE CHAT
m CHAIN FOR'HONOLIILU?
ACI.KVICIt rmul i.ilsing scheme
fur I'll" oiim Women's
Christian Assm-lutl his of the
(.'".isl whli li was III Ulgllo
Inst season, proving n decided suc
cess. iiiikIiI writ In- mi ! with ex
ecution In Honolulu, mid would lie
i.irllciil.ul 1 1 1 1 h i r ( 1 1 1 1 o just now when
.plans fur n new building ore bclns
TIip plan In mil ii now one. mid
iIoiiIiIIuk.1 maiiv of Hit women lioio
Ji.'ivo hoard ir II dlioetly ir other
wise. ItH chirr claim to iiopulnrlty
Is roferinble l(i Ilia fnct Hint It Im
poses mi hardships. Ior while iliiui
iltods inn lie fniiiul who arc Inter
ested In Hie development nf Hie Y.
W. C. A. tii the extent uf n smnll
ntnoiiiit ur time mid urinal cash in
propoillon, n consldornb'o slnlnkiiso
Is sure to leswlt IT elaboration -lit lo
tnll In derlileil iipiin Thin is flile tii
the fact Hint the women whose en
opoiulloii In mailers of thin hoii Ik
rcnlly worth while, Invmiahl.v hnxo
multitudinous hoine diitli'K, which,
iinlle properl) are accorded I1tsi place.
The campaign In qucrHou o.il-fnr
a continuous rhalii of Y, W. C. J.
tens, cot) wonum Inlerestecl to life
Client of giving one nfletnn-aii to the
, cause. furnishing n link.
This plan of campaign met wllh
cousldcinhlc success In Seattle mill
scveinl 'olhnr riiat elites last year,
mid lis n result. several new buildings
The "chain" was started lit -Ui75
wjso. Several prnmlnoiii workers In
tlio iiKsocliitlnii pit together and do
cldcd to take up the mailer, and the
hall was started lolling hy each In
viting Ion friends In her homo on ooi
t :il ii iiflcruoon. Coming ni a lime when
nil house-cleaning was mcr and the
senrun's sowing out of the way. theio
were no icgrots and each guest wan
taxed ten cents. This made a dollar
for Ihe hostess In cunli Unite to til"
ton fund, and hefene her guests de
parted, she outline! ilio plan to I lion t
and asked that they tu turn invlo
ten other frleluU for some afternoon
In the Immediate future.
The icmiII was n pel fret deluge nf
Y. W. C. A. tea's. Tliev were Ihe fnd
A HOROSCOPC PARTY
ON THE PARCH.
A Hfiroscnpo I'ailj was a clever
iiiii) orlRlnal eiitertnlumcut planned
and carried out by a hrlKlit-ulttcit
college girl Assuming the character
of an astrologer, the hostess wore for
tho occasion n long black lobe with
How lug sleeves and neck llnUliod wlHi
bauds of silver, and u tall, peaked,
black cap deioraled wllh a silver,
star. You might carrv mil this idciil
by dccoiatlug jour pouh In IiIhsH?
Sangled witli silver stais and buiJ
inoiins,,aiid on the wall have tnulvo
largo sliecls of white paper arnrng
ed In u elide around a flaming gold
en sun. There weie twelve giicsH
lit this party, and each was usEed to
draw on one of the sheets aHii:Of
the miliar. The different imcBVreTu
iisslgucil In tuin, namcl.v : AiIch.
1'isces, Aipiarlus. Cnprlcoriius, Sagll
tnrlus, Hcorplo,' Libra. Virgo, l.eo.
Cancer, Gemini mid Taurus, to that a
complete zodiac was made. Tho
fiuesls, like evcij one else, had been
the jsigus In ulmnnacs all l heir live,
lint ciy few had any idea what the
plelurcH looked like, uud fewer still
could draw them; so the smuggles of
the artists and their productions weie
Intensely fimnv, as may readily be
After the zodiac vvus made tho hnr
orscopes were drawn. The ustiologoi'
leal ed Ihe guests In a cliclo and ills-
trlhtilfil iiencils and long slflpsot
paper. Tho willing of ihu liuma-
copes then pioceedcd In the m inner
of the old name of "CnuHfiiucucuH,'
each willing what was dlueted, then
folding diHii tho jiapcr to c.iiilo.U
the willing uud passing II In: :t'lii
right-hand ludghbor, anil recelvlug In
tin 3 ) the paper fiom the nclglibnr 011
the loft; the papers bolug folded ovei
lifter each liiVcrliitlou and traveling
mound Ihe clicle till the list was
' complete Cac'i then signed the pa
per hhe had and passed II to the us
Hologor who imlolded and leal them
aro hard lowln when one's
complexion I nuntd by
jw pimplea, hUi Mii.idt ami
IiIuIlIio, htriilglllin )our
PBV iluriiih. (v kf ping yur
'P ctJinpUxioii iler, Willi
IU'i M.ii i4 VVUlo tin,
il.il h krt.i, SOl,
of the hour, and mam who previous
ly had hceii eoinplctelv Indifferent to
the existence of the nssnclalion weic
drawn Inlo the enthusiastic whirl of
'It was till mi slmpio Hint tlioro
ccincd nn p isslhle excuse for any
woman who had been Invited to n
lea, not returning tho favor. All that
wan necetsai) was to settle upon an
ufleinooii, iuHe leu friends mi'l
roivo some simple refundments, prc
foinbly tea and cake.
The icsult was a succession of the
most llifoinuil and altogether dollghl
ful galJieiliigH, and often ns much ns
llfleen and twenty dollars a day tie
cordliiK to the nunilier of tens given
Theio was one draw-hack to the
scheme, however, and this Is some
thlni? ttiiit iunt lie mmrdpil nirnlllst
"If Hie proposition Is undertaken here.
namely, the fact that many weie
prone to ask only their particular
filends or those within their Imme
diate clicle. wllh the result that
many were asked over and mcr
iiKaln. It was not Ioiik before the
novelty wine oft ami IhO'O who weie
nlwolutely frank, claliucil that affairs
had reached such a status that they
weit" n 'positive bore.
To be a leal financial success and
that Is the object primarily theSo
teas should bo lieiKhboilinod affairs.
Women In Miur particular block
should be asked, even though under
nijllniiry cliciimstances jnu inlKht not
ccuiziuor ineni jverieciiy coiiKcnini.
Thcie Is no possibility of undue Inti
macy belli); developed, am) tu addition
to extending it helping hand to the
association. ou lune done n Krail
ous tlilnp lo tho Utile woman two
doois nivii) whom jnu hao "sH)tted"
:'S iindeslinhle iiinl have not taken the
tumble to call iihiii, Inspllu nf the
fact that she Is your nelRhbor.
In a number of Instances Joint hos
tesses Rae Iihkc affalis partaking of
the uatuie of leccptliius and Ilia pro
ceeds were tinned mcr to the nssn
clalion. Still others Invited lirtocn
fi lends for an afternoon thus Incicas
I UK Ihclr coiitrlhuihin to a dollar and
a half Instead of tho lobulation did
lar when the) had all been handed In
the subject of each being the clrl
whose name was signed at the bot
tom l'rom their helioscopes tho
guests learned much about them
selves that was new mid startling,
mid the leading was In many Instan
ces Intel rupteil 1 gales of laughter.
The following me the dliectlnus for
I. AVrite n past dale jcar, month,
day, limit ami minute.
l'. Name of a planet
C-TCame of a 'place.
I; DoWiIlm a character.
5, Name of u ijlseaso.
1'.. Name of a plant.
7. Name of small object.
j. S. A Mud ot food.
9. -A eeographlenl location.
11. One of fho arts.
12. Descilho a cliaractei.
1.1. A number.
1 1. A Hum of money.
The signature of tho wilier should,
nf ionise, be lidded.
The hmosenpes shuiild ho lead iik
follows, supplying tho willten Hems
ef Ihe corresponding numbers.
Klist lend Iho name signed at tho
liolloin iiH, Mary Smith.
1. Was born
2. viiuler tho planet
I. Her character Is ,
.',. She has 11 constitutional tend
'-'ii Hut will find an antldoto In
1. Sho should wear about her neck
as an amnio!
R. Hhe should avoid
ft. Hho should giavllalo lovvaid
Will succeed at
Hut will bo a lutiil falluio nt
12. She should 111.11 ry .1 person nf
tho following character:
13. Will mill ry times
II Will miiass a fniluuo of
lleveisllilo pialc.rl.ils, the two sides
of ciiiilrastlng rolojss or two limes of
Hie same shade, will bo much worn
bolli In heavy woolen luhilcs mid the
lighter weight satins.
In icgard to tight neck fixings, 11
plividilan vviites Hint thorn aro mi
fewer than sixteen Impoilaiit nig, ins
in Ihe tun k quite silinclcutl) near Ilio
-in 'ace 10 bo alfecled by oven luisl
ci.itoh tlgln clolhlng. Not only l
own case, but III llioso of ninny
oihi'is whom he litis advised, Improv
ed health has followed Hie adoption
or a lamer ami innio cnuiiiiniloil
form of collar.
ii FOR tt UNFORTUNATES
Br I t UK W' TiV'iWilflpl
Tho Kmilkcnlnnl Children's Hospi
tal is 1111 Institution doing a quiet un
ostentatious but bioadly charltalilo
mid elllclent work for the imfortutinli)
children of Honolulu and the Islands.
Chlldicii rnngliiK In age from nno day
to fnuileen years mo received at tho
Institution mid are given the most
tender caic and attention that Is pos
sible. Tho jnnngstcr In Ihu photograph
above Is Haehael, 11 Portuguese girl
of nine suffering with n tubercular
inkle and forced to weir a plaster
cast, but merry nnd happy wllh It all.
Haehael looks more like a boy than
a gill. Kho Is wonderfully gifted In
needle woik mid spends long hours
sitting on a pillow pl.vlng her needle
USING OLIVE OIL
Olive oil Is Iho ui.r.illlr.!,' lesmueo
1 f tho Ircncli chef and all olheiM
who iitulci i.ind good cat. g. To the
ilg'.il housekeeper olive oil has In
iiuineiablc advantage over butter
the place of which It nii easily tako
after 11 little txpcilomo in Us uses
It is less diluent' In keen 111 ros.tt let
"il ijuailers than the ot of messy
butler, which lUpilllc with the leasi
heat and so Is hilled for seating.
Mysteilous ssits on tie business wo
iitui's good cloihes nn.y 01'len bo laid
lo the quur'er of a lr'nud of butter
tho puis down on her one liible or
dresser v In n coming In mid forgets
until to'i late, llutii'i', too, is soon
an expensive coiniuodlly wnen bought
III small quantities and so, for that
mat(or. Is olive oil. Iluj your oil by
tho quail, then, and choose one of
Iho many good Italia. 1 Inai'ds, which
aro less oily and more delicate In
taste than the Flench sorts. A ipiait
tin of oxccllent oil can ho had from
15 cents up. In opening It for use
make two tiny perforations In tho lop
III two opposite coiiipis. Iho one for
pouring slightly larger than the othei
mid close lo the edge. Keep a clean
while cloth or two laeis of cleiri
white paper tied over the top of Ihe
tan when not using to keep mil dii"t
Alsn renew Iheso whci lulled ami
keep the can In a Ha box. (Julie
mice a week wash off the out
side to fieo It nf the vvusles ill pour
ing, as thin nil Is spoiled by exposuio
to tho air and, besides. Is 11 haibur
for dust, which a littlo mismanage
ment with the now pinning may lick
.Many quick lueakfast dishes can
bo prepared with Iho handy can of
dellcalo nnd fragrant ollvo oil, for
tho host Italian kind lias a most sub
tle bouquet. Tho light housekeeper
Is (lied qf jiollod eggs, and the next
lesouicp Is shirred eggs, (let nno nf
Iho liny Kiench cooking plats mown
mill whlto cnrthenvvaio for Iheso and
lot it got hot fqr tho cinklug. Then
pour In a (easpnniiful of olive oil, uud
when smoking drop In two eggs as
fo'r frying, letting them cook only on
ono sllot' Dust Iho lop wllh salt mid
paprika ami eat Iroin Ihe dsh. Kggs
so cooked liuut a new and delicious
flavor, and thny will bo further In!
pi nvcU lr Hie cooking plat Is rubbed
with' a cut clove nf gnillco befoio the
oil Is put In, Keinnililed eggs ami
omelets, fancy and plain, may lie
conked wllh Ihe oil, and poiclied egge
.lie much Improved wllh 11 dash of it
on top. 1 1 a nl boiled eggs, served hoi
In' halves, me also delicious with 11
dosing of the all. a squie.e of lemon
Juice, however going wllh these. In
all egg piepariitlnns nibbing Hie
cooking dish or serving plain wiih
gm lie Is an Impinveiuent to those
1 who love Ihe Insto.
I Among Ihe fruits which iomiid ox-
In cool; ng In niho nil are
iipplcH alii) biiMaiiiiH, ;i('l' of those
fried In the 'fri'infiiiit liquid will liohl
111010 of llg own lunly tlimi If butter
PH ' 't ' "PJ
Fpk ' V
PPPPJSSm m W
The hlstoilc headdresses of the
princesses of Iho house of Oriingo is
the liihpliatlon for ono or the quaint
est and daintiest of summer moles
the Dutch lueakfast cap of lace rlb
Isiu mid sheer mull. reihnps iho
best plcluie nf such a cap Is the por
tiuil of Queen Wllhelmluu of Holland,
1i Veervell, In which the young queen
weals a close lilting cap of loosely
hull cords or gold, coining over her
head mid belnw her cars. Varlnili
similar caps nf lesser niagulflccnco
have iiiloiiicd the little head of Ihu
I'lincesH Juliana, heiiess to tho
lliiouu of Ihe Nelhci lands, on ht
outings lu the sheets or Tho Hague j
Ono of Iho first Anieilean gills o
Koio on tho new fashion was nihcl
Itoiihcvclt, whose pildo In her Dutch!
ancestry led her to have designed for
serself an attiactlvo effect In delft
liluo niaciame cord, it Is especially,
becoming on yalchlng trips, of wlilcl
Mies Itnnsevclt Is fond.
Two mlllliieiy stylos Hint are being
slinngly leatuicd for early fall aro
the sort while ami light colored felts
nnd Iho eoloied and black velouis.
Velvet Is hugely usid for Iho new
Ihrco piece sulls, Iho waist being of
chllfou of Iho same shade mid him
mod wltli velvet lo carry out tho cos
Tho smile linen Hint Is used for
men's shirts Is now tho things for
coll. us mid cutis on bilk and satin
No other fenluio of tho face jlclds
so iM'ui'iniisly lo Iho care uud at
t ciil ton hcsluvvcil upon them ns tho
e.vebiows. Only the smallest fraction
nf time Is icqiilioil fur either tl'o
inoinlng or bedtime toilet. II Is well
In iciuombor Hint soup should not bo,
poi milled In teaih llieiu. Tho snip
is almost imver thoiniighly iluscd out
mii the notion nf tio snap Is loo diy-
iim taking out tint 1111 (in al oils and
uivliiK iinililug In icliiru. I
it ft tt It It It IS (I It II It tf It It tl ti tt
weie used Tb"sn'frills, by the way,
make Mihslanil.il mid ijillity bieiik-
fusl dishes, loo. ami If sugnr Is libel
wllh llieiu the cooking !h oil Is no
bur to 11.
and Other Activities: Ti-ijlngs Feminine
"If women ninro often refused lo
lorglvo, we should have a liner race
of men Man does not behavu 1I0
centy becnuse ho knows he has only
In go to the woman and say Torglvo
ine' ami she forglvTS him."
The nbovo pariiKraph Is from "
; Itose With 11 Thorn," by I'rlscllla
1 Craven, it Is ono nf the newest nov
els mid Is highly pialsed by critics
t lixnti t liiK1f altmi lina n unrn fiT llllirn
1" " 7 ..' :"." , ',"","
copies lino ouicrs mive ueen uiucicu.
That the feminine Interest In dress
Is not necessarily 1111 educated lasle
I would seem apparent from notes on
the subject In a honk on the South
seas by llcatrlco Grlmshnw. She tells
how at a certain wedding reremonv
tliu brldo prmed her riches by wear
ing fourteen silk dresses not all at
once, but changing them successively
during the ceremonials, to the bewild
erment and admiration of nil behold
ers. Tho writer says that when jho
herself wore a new hat Imported from
homo, which was a toque covered with
red popples, sho was amused at the
extent to which sho was looked after
on the sheets, with the lesutt that
soon most of tho native women ap
peared In hats like It, trimmed with
the double scarlet hibiscus from tho
There are Indications that the low
cut collarless blouse is going tu ho
Tho abovo Is from u Chicago paper
Just received. Lust week we printed
a note to tho opposite effect; namely
that high collars were to be much In
vogue. This suspense Is awful!
To whiten tho hands use bran wat
or. two ounces; peroxide of lmlio
gen, half ounce. Mix and apply to
tho hands with a small sponge. To
make bran water take one-fourth
H)un bran, place In saucepan and
mid hair pint of water; boll until mix
tine is reduced to half and strain.
A handy contrivance that may be
fitted up In a bedroom closet will bo
found a great convenience and save
considerable time and trouble. T1011
hcrs, like other garments, cannot well
be hung upon pegs In n wardrobe,
an das a rule have to bo carefully
fnlded and placed In a drawer. If
they aro to bo kept In shape mid
good condition. This serves very well
for those clothes that mo not conti
nually In use, hut for garments that
arc often lequlied it Is an excellent
plan to fix a mil acioss tho top of a
waidrobe, over which the trousciH
may bo folded and hung mid kept in
slinpo ami free from dust nnd dlit.
In nn ordinary xvonden xvardrnbo
tho rail may bo easily fixed, mid an
old broom handle may bo used for
tho -pui'Hisc. II must, of course, bo
cut to lit across the Inside of Ilia
press, mid then two scicws run
through tho sides nf Hie wiiulioho
(the bends of Iho sciows can ho
painted and ant ho visible) and lnln
tho cuds of tho rail will hold It firmly
lu Its place, mid tho trousers may lie
hung oyer it and be icady to hand
whenever tiey arc rcqulicd.
In a closet that la pciluuw made lu
a lecess (11 Iho wall It Is a llltlo 111010
illllieull to II x up a bar, but It may
bo done In (ho following way: A
square block of wood should bo scrovv-
cd un lo cither cud of tio rail. Tho
bar can then Lo filled Into its place
mid Iho nails run through the block
of wood uud Into the wall.
If jnur kitchen taldo Is spitted
Willi gieaso ur If the dicsbcr has dabs
mid spots of gieaso 011 It sou can
clean tho woodwoik perfectly hi
scrubbing It vlgoiously with hot water
In which a tcas)oonfiil of whiting has
Wlpo thoioughly dry wllh a clean
cloth and tho wood wl be us good
When ttihlos or drcsbcrs aio cover
ed wllh white oilcloth piovldu your
belt wllh thick mats of cardlrmid or
asbestos on which lo set hot plales,
for icat will suiely ruin any oilcloth
with which It comes dlrecly lu ton
Careful hoiisokeepeis will find cov
nod Icowalor pitchers useful for
ninny purposes byitldei the n'no fur
which they are especially lulcided
The) come. In different sizes, from
less than' u pint 1111 (o a' quart or
inoie, at' pi Ices' varj (ng. from ;!(i to ,'5
cents. TJiey'aio of Ivofy lluted por
celain, decorated wllh varied designs
lu color, some for'tlio lllllo ones hav
ing Mother flooso lifelines, Tho env-
o,s ale of poioelaln to mulch tho
pllchois. They ox'lqnd slightly over
iho eigo of Iho hitler, and' for this
leaiin'n ato unusually effective lu
liceplng nut dust.
One of Ihu hesl ways of coveting
Jams and Jellies so that Ihuy will
keep well Is I11 cover Ihe Jiiim as soon
ns Ihey ihu filled. Jfiivo the papers
rut M'ady mi'd the while of mi eu(
slightly hcnlcil. In lull Ihe papers
wllh Iho white of Ihe egg, and lie
dun 11 qiilckl). The I10.1t of the Jam
LOCAL PASTOR AND CHICAGO
DIVINE AGREE ON HYMN QUESTION
A local minister who declared dur
ing the course of his sermon last Sun
day that the hymns sung lu Ihe
chinches of Iho present day 1110
meaningless has a kindred sphlt In
the person of the Hcv. James S.
Stone, of St. .lames Episcopal chinch,
Chicago, who has Just completed sev
eral months of comparullve study ef
tho religious conditions at liutne and
As statistics, alio bioughl to light
here on Sunday last, are (o iho effecl
that there 1110 three million more wo
men and girls In the chinches than
men and boys Hint l)i. Stone's re
marks should not ho Incongiuous on
the woman's page.
Tlic cable dispatch, which Is from
I'nris, Is us follows:
Medieval painters nnd old hymn
writers did much lo obsciiro rellgl
oils truths and make religion unpopu
lar. In Ihe opinion of tho Iter. .lames
S, Stone uf St. .lanios' Kplscopnl
church, Chicago, who has Just com
pleted several months of comparative
study of the religious conditions nt
home and abroad.
"Tho artists and poets to whom I
object," said Dr. Stone to the corres
pondent or The Daily News, embod
ied doctrines Instead of sp'lill. They
used symbols tending to distort the
truth. Nowadays wo want helpful
hymns, such, for example, as 'Abldo
Wllh Me." This head of modem times'
is not creative, hut ctltlcal. In 10II
glon as lu even thing else. This Is
excellent, as It will clear out tho
brushwood obscuring tho essential
elements of religion.
No Interest In ' Doctrines.
"People no longer are Interested In
docilities. 'They "do not wan' Ihe
church unless 'ft offers prnctfeal as
sistance n solving the problem of how
to Ijvo. If a man Is honest with him
self ho vll lip an eclectic that Is
to say! lio'will take iroin any cived
mil that which; seems personally
bcncflclal, leaving ihu rest with Ihe
charitable lliought that It may ho
helpful lo ijoiwjino eJse.Thls juo
cess Is rcvetilTng ' ccrTnln 'essentials
destroys all germs Hint might eiin-a
II to mold ami dries tho "gg 10 quickly
that Is hermetically sealed.
Three pfeco sulls of
While serpo lias Jumped Inlo favor
nun a dimiuii.
Sldris Wh'nvy a decided tendency lo
vva'id drapery. '
'preen Is the ruling faveille for,
fbitfna continue to hold a III 111 posl
Hon in fashion.
flows,' o'f 'j'lny butons mo used on
wraps ai'il govvus.
The itli'ectolrn coat may bo a fca
tuie'of fiif! fashions. ' .
Theio seems tu he no cud of black
velvet sashes. '
Jlieio"! ngijlii springing up a fuel
ing u favnr ur bnnjers.
Mission haiiillcs mo still In excel
Ion1.' stylo fur 'umbrellas.
Kach .week sees long Bslrls cumins
mofo anil mnro' lnjn'fnv'nr,
6110 'sided iilspnsltlon of frills and
levers Is a dominant note.
uano'lng s'klrlB mo, Bliort' well
above tlio ankles ami of Iho most
comfortable cut SsbIIiIc.
The vogue for waists mulching tut
sulls, giving tho effect of a three
piece costume, continues to bo ,as
strong as over,
Tlw. t.li. I, ...ai.ii'u ,.r I.,..,. .....i ..,1 ....!
iti iihit ",,., i ui ,nw mill iiui "11
Iho newest l.'ilMiell miwim mi.l -,itul
btiougly pressago tho return of Iho
Ono n Iho now notes in lain sum-
mcr mlllliieiy Is Iho Hat laco I1I111
luiugs on Ilio largo Inhumed hats of
lagal ur chip.
New tailor made skills appear In
fancy mixtures, seigcs, cheviots and
double faced cloths, A few aio shown
lu satins and velvets.
I'cinlnluity seems lo have gone
quite m.u over buckles pailleulaily
Hmse Intended fur shoes, and theso
mo often chosen to mutch belt buc
Tio latest fashionable, whim Is to
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oiiuiiueu oeiuis nun every cneiue 01
(rimming. The Idea Is still develop
lug mid Is ecu lain lo bo lu vogue dur
ing Iho winter.
Tio latest notion In necklaces Is
lo wear them not ex telly round Iho
Ihioat, but c'iukIii up by mi iirun-
liieul. so Hint tliev 11111 higher at the.
. ' . '
11. 111. nun iiinup iiuwii ill 110111
long obscured by non-essential
mas nnd doctrines.
"As I say In a bonk entitled 'Tho
Passion nf Christ,' which I am brlng-
ic nut In Loudon, religion Is lino a
Kicat foi Hess to which had been lidd
ed Innumerable oiilwoiks until Iho
central keep Is almost Inacesslhlo.
Tho Idea catno to 1110 ns I wandcicd
through the old citadel In Sa1.burg.
I have seen many joiiuk men In lu
cent limes nearly dead wllh wcail
ness from struggling with Hie out
works nnd Khlng up before they
leached tho real Christianity.
"lllght thought Is essential but
right action Is more so. Wo do not
want doctrines nnd definitions, l.cnvo
them to scholars whoso word wo
should bo content lo take. What vvu
want Is practical help."
"Do you believe that theio will ever
be a unified church?"
Unified Church Not Expected.
"No, although many In America do.
Wo had It onco and sco what hap
penedthe worst religious lnlxup tho
world has ever seen. There Is no
more reason for ono church than
there is tor nno political party. Pea
pe like to organize according to their
sympathies. Tho churches aro tend
ing strongly to philanthropy and so
cial work. Thus, when ono starts a
certain beneficent work others arc
eager to follow to retain prestlgo.
Continual stimulation results, where
ns If there were only ono chinch tho
Initial step might not bo taken."
Trend to Equal Opportunity.
"Whntd o you consider tho most
significant movement of tho day?"
"I notice both In Kngland and
America strong unrest' among tho
poorer peoplo. This Is tho natural
icsult of education, which enables
thorn In see that others have adviin-t
ages not possessed by themselves.
11 nimbly Ihcio will always ho soma
who nro ulie.i dot others, but I be
lieve (he (rend, at least In America,
Is Inward even greaier equality of
opportunity than has heretofore been
jhq case, and Ihe time seems In bo
coming when every man's son will
lto(ay mvo a chance to beenmo
Small and laigo bullous made nf
while cotton thread enaiscly crochet
ed arc row In first fashion. Tliev
aie placed on blouses, on nno plcco
frocks, oil top wraps, lu every size.
They are used on blouses Instead of
peail buttons and on
This Is Iho lime of the year to
pick up splendid bargains In dainty
white materials for lingerie. Item
mint lengths lu naliisonk, batiste an I
itlinlly are Just (he thing for llltlo
negligees, and tbo impular linen lacu
lu rather henvy weights, makes suit
able finishing touches.
Though veilings nro going out, 01111
still' sees evening gowns of 'great ele
gance mnilu even with a double tu
itle. The foundation Is of satin, tho
upper mfio Is of uliion with a deep
einbrohteied or "shndow painted"
border, ami the tunic, which is point
ed back ami front, Is ot tho saiuo
I101 dered 11I11011.
For facial massago anything up
pleaching piessiiie always docs hai'm,
whatever Iho part massaged. Tho
hands should simply icst nn the skin
not piess on it. Over the soft tissues
Immediately below the eves tho touch
should ho as light as possible.
trained nuiso tells of a curlmn
I """l0 "'"lt''1)'
for erysipelas dial ef
fected a nno. Illpo cranhenles weie
pounded to a paste and applied over
Ihe afflicted p-irls. They wero humid
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,lvV lhcil ,, . ,,,. W(u,
applied until tho Inflammation vvai
drawn out. Ciauhcirlcs leduco lu
flammatlon; they aro almost as If
conked from Iho absorbed heat, but
thoy do not act as would a pohltlco.
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
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