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Home and Fashion. Hints:,. Religious and. Other. Activities: Things Feminine
THE WHYIDRt OF WIDOWS , ,
ENHOUTH to her homo In Port
land, Mo., from nn cxtcndel
visit In thq Orient. Mrs. Paul
K. ChiiuborB recently spent n
day In Honolulu. Mrs. Chambers In
a elstcr In law of Robert Chambers
(ho novelist and Is a thoroiiRhly In
teresting and delightful .woman. She
In greatly Interested In suffrage, and
whllo not actlvo In the work,' has
gathered somo Interesting data anil
Is thoroughly conversant with all of
the Important phases of the work
both In this and other countries.
In Mrs. Chamber's possession Is a
thoroughly unlquo photograph which
shows a Papuan widow wearing actual
"weeds." To fellow travelers she ex
hibited tho plcturo and offorod what
appeals to bo a plauslolo explanation
of tho origin of tho term "weeds,"'
which ifor centuries has been sjmuo-
lie of feminine mourning. 4ttK
HAIi MONSTROSITIES HAVE
And now It Is the hag mania!
Women soem to havo gone mad over
bags and Buch bags ns Uicy aro I
Gigantic In size, yet bo flat and thin
that they will hold hardly more than
In Paris every costumer Is said to
bo turning out bags, each larger and
flatter and, thinner than tho last, to
bo. worn with Its particular gown.
Those giant bags havo yards of
cord or braid Tor handles and are
slung over tho shoulder, reaching
nearly to tho floor, In fact, one soes
them dragged along the ground with
their dangling ropes or straps.
Some of tho vory "modest" onos are
displayed In local shops, but buyers
recently returned from tho mainland
aver that tby I'qan'lhold a xandle','
m tiioaa women are carrying, through
out the East The, fad,. they say. Is
altogether freakish, and It is predict
ed that It wlll.be short lived.
These really absurd bags or saeki;
nn ihev nro .now properly cauea
must bo fiat and appear to bo empty;
although one may bo allowed to hick
.', handkerchief and a bit of n
purse In at ono Udc. whoro thcro Is
a little pocket for the purpose. You
muk mltn vour sack shopping, but you
must never use It for parcels that
would never do. Perhaps a lew
lomnilni- snmnlos may be tucked In
along with tho handkerchief and mini
ature puree, uut iniu in an.
And these bugs tiro ns varied as
they nro numerous no two are nllke.
Thov nrn nf every uiinpo and materjal
and decorated In every Imaginable
ORDERLY HOUSEKEEPING; NATURAL
TO SOME, DIFFICULT ID OTHERS
"I am clean, but I am not orderly,"!
I heard a housekeeper say tho other
dny. "I am fussy about my personal
habits of bntblng nnd changing my
clothes and having mv home swept
and dusted and nil tha,t sort of tiling j
but I can never rccp ii in uruur any
mora than I can my burenu drawors.
Once In so often I havo a general
putting to rights and get everything
just where It ought to bo, but within
a week It Is as much upset as It was
Are there othor womon with a simi
lar Infirmity;, It nmotmta tojtho dig
nity of n mlsrortuno when you think
of nil unlldlncFS Involvon of Incon
venience and bxtrn labor to say
nothing of tho appearance of sloven
liness which Is nn offenso to others,
a snamo to you.
No ono can deny thati it Is much
easier for certain persons to be or
derly than for othors. Homo persons
aro born neat, somo careless. I know
a young glrl,VYhoao wholo education
has been marked by a struggle on (he
part of her family to Impart neatness
Her nwUusr,, who died In the girl's
Infancy, did not seem to have the first
' at smnll oxpenco.
Ribbon fibwors aro much In do- For tho stoms and leaves tho ordln
mand. They trim hats nnd gowns. ary hat foil ago may bo used.
Pah hal. nrmmfintl thnv nrn nllltO flnrlnmla ,-if lint, tilnlr ?aiitiiir1ai ,1,
Corsage bouquets of ribbon violets nowcramuo ny snjn and twiBtod upon1
aro offcctlvo nnd look quite natural, a grccq covered, wlro', suits tliq prca-
,f tho bunch of vlolots when not cnt stslo of coiffure admirably,
in uso Is kept In a box with a big Messallno Ii tho matorial profcrr
nf violet snehet tho delightful odor cd for fushitihing thoBo flowers,
adda n touch ot reality. I A wreath of npplo blossoms mado
(lamo ribbon flowers ornnmont
spmo, of tio new dnnce,frocks.
Bought In the snopu tneae powers (
aro expensive, hut any girl with deft1'
If tho plcturo does not solve the
mystery tho culncldcnco at feast Is
rather startling for tho mourning garb
of tho woman Is fashioned literally
of wcedg-uatlvo vegetation from the
fields of Dutch New Guiana.
Tho death of a husband Is tho sig
nal for much walling by all or tho
women of the village, but It Is only
tho widow who bedecks herself for
tho occasion. When a husband dies
his widow Immediately daubs her face
with yellow ochro and puts on wid
Hhc procures bunches of tho rank
ost and most useless vegetation near
tho village vcrltablo weeds t and
with this matorial fashions fringed
girdles for tho body nnd tufts to bind
about both legs and arms. Thus, in
her "weeds" sho goes about during
tho whole period of her mourning
wnicn insis uu sno gum luuimr nu
band. , ,
One sees tbem nf suede, of chiffon,
nf vMvnt nt lano nf Hiltln. nt linen, nf
chintz and cloth of gold, of fur and
knitted worsted, of feathers and raw
hide and snakeskln nnd tnpostry. You
can't name a material that has not
I-,.., ...u, ... ...., w. . , -
nl ready been utilized In their making,
and ovcry country under the sun is
madly nt work turning put bags for
fashionable women, nnd wo uro get
ting them from Japan and India, Mex
ico, Norway and Russia, to say noth
ing of tho girls working nignt anu
dny In the Paris shops to (111 tho do-
You may wear a lint i wholo sea
son and not tiro of It, but a bag gets
on one's1 ncrvcB at the end of a few
weeks, nnd ono needs n change. So
tiiia i whv Urn bnc Industry flour'
lanes,' and French people, forget iic
threat of war from Germany In their
eagerness to make a fortune Becllng
sacks to frantic women.
And ns tho crazo for bags Increase?
bo docs their sjze, and they lire worn
gigantic In some Instances dut of all
proportion. In fact and In Bome enserf
urn nulto unwieldy.
Most of tho bagB are graceful things
nnd mav bo handled gracefully, but
when they nro bo gigantic they loso
all poHslblllly of graco, although the
Trench woman is skillful enough to
play charmingly even with her large
sack, behind which ahc can hldo her
self comnlctcly If sho so desires,
Prince and tassels and balls and
embroidery decorate tho now bags,
nml nnd cannot Ket them too ornato,
no mntter how lavish the garniture
nrlnlenles of tidiness and her fathei
was ono of the most disorderly ol
men. Tliolr home used to bo a sight
to behold, with its motley dlsarrny ol
hRternseneous .oblects strewn fretn
ono 'ond of the house to another.
The father did not survive the
motlior for more than a year or two,
nnd tho llttlo daughter waa adopted
by an aunt who was a model of good
housekeeping. She trained the chili
carefully, but it was a constant fight
The girl was congenltally disorderly,
and In spite of all efforts on the part
of hcrituardlans It was only ny Btcaa)
admonition and correction that even
a little systematic tidiness was In
finch lack of order s bad enough
for a young girl, but It Is Intlnltol)
worso for tho housekeeper. Her owr
comfort and the comfort of her home
nro so largely dependent upon system
that If there are any pt you jvho lacl
It I counsel you to set about acqur-
I.. I, ...lit nil vnHn tnlrrhf
1IIK lb mm uu jwui ..-,.
It will not )o easy. If you aro not metallic and embroidered trimmings
born orderly yqq havo a harder t.mofuro n mHru Bcd, The evening cos
to keep oven n aemblanco of neatnoss tuines,' nlmost without exception,
than lbs naturally tidy person can Bhow tho metallic or penrl and crys
, fingers may fashion them for herBolf
violets, mado by, placing twof lho'"K " ;0 aeicr crl ln tho
of pink and whlto messallno worn In
( tJ!Q.lyirtlB.dnl.iy, onij Irysh, 4, ,,..
rTeekly Ballbtll II Hr !
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I'KIOKV MIKIM HI
The elghty-flvo glrlj at Rt. An
drew's Priory, nro evidencing a keen
er Interest In sports this year than
ever before In tho history of tho
school, and It Is expected, that a
number or athletic competitions will
mark the nine months' term. Thus
fnr tho spirit of rivalry has not cntcr-
oil Into competitions, but n series of
matches may be arranged to follow
the holiday season.
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LOCAL GIRL TELLS
OF FRISCO FASHIONS
A former Honolulu girl has written
to a friend hem, giving' n detailed
account of the season's display of
fashions during tho past fortnight In
The ilCHcrlpllvn part ot tho letter.
which Is quite professional In text,
wilt bo of Interest to others here.
San Francisco had an opportunity
to step out nnd look nt herself yes
terday, when the Fall Fashion Show
for 1911 opened nt tho great shops
down town. Sho might easily have
Imagined hemolf In tho shops of Paris,
for tho buyers who have laid in the
stock havo seen to it that San Fran
cisco shall not bo behind one bit In
tho world of fashion.
Ai If to make amonds for its be
havior nt the time of tho Spring Fash
ion Show, tho wenther was Ideal, and
throughout tho day tho stores and,
sldo walks were thronged with spec
tators. With an assortment of gowns, suits,
wraps, mllllucry and everything else
as turled ns one could wish for, there
nro nevertheless a number of strik
ing similarities In the fashion displny
which foretell the general trond of
the reason' styles. ,
There Is a perfect riot of color, und
we,wcrp fairly diuilcd by it The
season Is one of Intense colorings,
and almost everything shows a touch
of'M'urplei Somewhere about , the
smartest tailored gowns, whothcr
they are ot blue, black or brown,
there Is a bit of the purple tone,
Tho tailored suit models almost
universally show n long lupel, In
tome '.models amounting almost to a
stole efferf. ,
Holloas aro very popular, cloth
center buttons to match the costume
being much used. Sldo openings
mark ninny of the biiIIs, and the gen
orally accepted length Is nn inch or
so longer than last season, Tho ma'
lorjty of the models are three Inches
from tho floor, narrow skirts still
prevailing. The coats, llko all of the
Clothca of tho season, nro out with
the high waist line. High round
lines Is the way tho model Is de
Ink blues lend
color, with black
In tho matter ot
a f.iVQrlto In the
Velvets are much used, nnd are
very generally trimmed with heavy
braid or with fur, pointed fox and
raccoon being shown In many of the
mndsomest suits. Velvet suits with
ong lapelsof contrasting color, such
is champagne on black, green on
;rown, aro also shown.
Materials, for aullsaro varied, mlx
'ures finding a large place. Serges,
velvets, diagonals and soft silky fob
rlcHjiro all much In. demand". '
This Is the sousoiwof ,tho blouse
md ot high waist linos. There must
Jje no clearly marked or separate belt
Tho blouses, many of them, are made
with n pcplum to bo worn outsldo tho
"Costume blouses" of elaborate!
make aro shown for wear with skirts
5f rich fabric. They havo a pcplum
finish, nnd tho skirt is made high at
the waist to fasten under the blouse.
Tho draped blouse Is tho order of tho.
hour, in placo of tho severely plain:
Silver laces, combined with gold
'aces, aro used in fashioning somo of
the blousca, nnd In others wooiicm
broidery brings out the color coMbl
nation. Many of tho Irish lace
blouses and lingerie blouses havo tho
ilgh round line of trimming, narrow
sr)OKo or bead wprk across tho bust.
Nurrow fringe, nmcramo tare,
tal trimming, both in tho band and
Charmeuso satin, combined with
chiffon nnd tho mstalllo trimming, Is
used for a number of tho French
models which aro on displny.
One-sided effects In draping and
gowns ana suns. , t
One model, a bluo charmeuso, ,l
uiude, wlllwn broad panel-truln and
draped over bluo chiffon, wblrh Is.
vlslblo on one side only. The bodlco
In nf chiffon, with u hundkorchlof
sleevo on the right and n churmeuso
sloevo edged with brown marabout on
thfi left, Jrflwn jnnrnbnut edges tbu
cblffon, which ebowtf n broad crystal
1,aml trimming also. CryBtnl trim-
. V I
Impetus was given the athletic
movement by Ihn arrival of tho new
teacher Miss Cunningham, of Boston
Miss Cunningham Is an ardent advo
cate of sports for women nnd is well
versed In nil of tho flno points of tho
Tho present athletic program In-
eludes tennis, basket ball and Insc
ball.. The afternoons are dovotud to
- ' - ' ' l
mlng is shown on tho bodice nlso
Another very hnndsomo draped
model Is of black chnrmeusc, tho re.
verse sldq ot which shows a gor
geous American licauty toning, A
broad revcr at the left, both front und
back, give character to a lace bodice
nnd affords opportunity for n silver
nad rose colored tassel trimming.
The chnrmcusq Is draped over white
lace, n drop of white embroidered
with crystal trimming showing above
tbe black train, which Is capable of
being mado round length to suit the
wearer's convenience. '
A Pnnuln modal, which Is typical
of tho richness nf the season's of
ferings. Is of heavy black velvet, elab
orately trimmed with ermine and ma-
cranio lace. The gown Is draped with
a shoulder bodice. A corsago pf
American Meant y roses nnd a cluster
of tho flowers on the train glvo n bit
Another stunning model Is of cham
pagne crepo da meteor, embroidered
and beaded In Bclf color. An empire
and skirt band of pinne velvet In
shell pink sh-ido nnd n bodice of
Urnsscls Inro afford tho relief In color.
The gold embroidered nets and
metallic drapes give an almost bar
baric splendor to tho costumes.
A gold embroidered gown over pink
chiffon, enveloped In military blue
overdrapo nnd girdle, Is also shown.
It lias a dcml train, bordered with
white fox. An immense gold tissue
corsngo gives an harmonious touch
to the costume.
Th douhle-faco material Is ex
reedlnalr In vogue now. Even In the
rhiMtimit coatB It Is being employed
for smart c'ffectsT Bright color com
binatlooe'arnrshown In Uie wraps for
ihn liinlors nnd children.
The hats aro as striking as the
gowns this season. All shapes, sires
nnd colors aro permissible. There
seems to be but ono requirement
ii, ov must bn extreme In their own
particular lino. ..Plumeo, tips nnd gold
trimming nro most In evidence Tho,
willow plumo stole and rnufce In
placo of the willow plumed hat aro
Bhown this season. Black and white
marabout, furs and feather neckwear
nrn 111 cvldcliro.
Bags of every size nnd description
aro numbered among tho accessories
in n comuloto wardrobe. Bovoral fur
bacs. with heavy gold corda and tos
sels, aro shown, along with mole skin
and pony skin bags to match cloaks
of similar mntnrlnl. Muffs, bags and
tho small caps which' arc so mucn in
Voguo now make attractive comnina'
Hnna for street year.
The tiny caps, made of lace, goia
and tilvtr Uanae and beading, are
shown for evening wear, and fetch
snown ior """""! -' "" " '."Japply this, changing lo another hotap
?.! T&tZT ""Vcatloi, a- fas. . on. cool. . The
1U1 HIV BUW-,1 .,, - ----i
t HnMh PKIM8. A, v . i
Where thoro Is a crowd who llko to
play' euchre and embroidering Is also
ono of their liken It Is a good plan to
clvo for prltcs only such things as
will prove of use in this mna oi nana-i
Such things ob bodkins, thimbles,
scissors, tiny pincushions, tapo meas
ures nnd tape needles, papers of need
les and needle .hooka, cards of hooka
and eyes and emery bags, and ribbon
runners, or qvon.baskot In which to
keen theso tools and necessaries.
One girl. who. watted tp interest nor
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girl friends In thlB kind of work over
which sho herself waif extremely en
thusiastic, followed this plan by which
to draw their attention to art needle.
work nnd thoro Is no mlstnko In say
ing that most of them wore In a short
time as enthusiastic as sho waa
For the two Drat prizes sho had on,i
broldnred two flno workbags with In
finite caro on ono ot which alio had
embroidered tho harp and shamrock
und on tha other tho thlstla and
heatlier.i TboV wero bo'tb, received
with acclaim for the girl wob of
Scotch-Irish, descent, and Jsba had
prided on executing this work well,
Bho had mado hooks of seven hris-
tol board, leaf lets In which the keep
the yams of different colors and of
these she gave, ono to oyery girl that'
nut or uHststcd at tho euchre. Also
tier knowledgo ot the beit kind of
thimble to uso prompted her to pre
sent to each girl who assisted In tho
entertaining nftpr the ton with an
uluinlnum tlilmblo that had pressed
out and not hand engraved, for the
engraved thlmblo or that of any other
metal catches on the silk wbn work
la dona In this beautiful material.
There nrc certain well-to-do women
who repeatedly tell one with pride
cither that they nrc "dreadfully un
conventional" or "frightful bohcinlan":
sometimes Unit tiny are both. I have!
never Keen auio in iiiuicrMiina wny nny
woman, or, for Hint mitter, nny man, , , i,i .. ut-.,
should wish to be considered nncon- 1'"" '' ""lD.m1D' coo,kl"f ,"h,c"
venllonal or bohemlan. still less why M- H0"' lho notcd ' c"c" chef, pro
such people should think that Jbelr phcslcs will revolutionize tho kltch
friends must be Interested In knowing en.
that they nrc different from the mn j
Jorlty 'of their kind Women who tell
you that they nro "dreadfully uncon
ventlonnl" ore generally rather silly
Individuals who would like you to sjsiom, auua consiacrauiy if. general
think that they aro "rather naughty," Interest In this locnllty. A number of
wblrh, of murse, they nro not! whllo others are known to havo been In
those who declare that they are "bo- quiring about it during tbu past week
hernial." nro merily peoplo anxious. toan,i u g ..osslblc. that In many .lionthB
Iw thought clever and possibly nrtls- hl,vn lc r baR w gp.
tie. Your truo cosmopolitan, who Is ,, ,. ,,,.. .. ' ii,, i,-, i n..
of necessity- Voth unconventional and ''"" tn B7t ,' ...
bohemlan. never makes a boast, of L n"lu'u- "Certainly we. can be ns thor
Out of the ilorens of rich women who oughly lip to dato as, the rest nf the
hnve told mo this with a llttlo laugh
which meant, "I know I Intvo no liusl-j wives who has taken the Initiative,
ness Jn be, hut ou know I ami" I nnd Ku0 ,n now schemo a thor
ran not recall to iiilml one who would ough test,
l.n ...IIII..M , Innt. ff ln In II... tnn tm
V- mit,,,H " "" ,1IU 111 llll- 1111.1. ,1"
a real bohemlan has to ilu Their "lo
hemlanlsm" usually consists In their
Inviting to their houses generally
large unit luxuriously appointed a
number of secoml-rnto actors and ac
tresses, artist of Inferior merit, and a
few literary people and Journalists In
deed, this affectation nf hohemlanlsm
mi.l nhmimiiiiHjinallll In Itml na mm Ii
kmc na that adopted by women who
try to rnsko you think that they move
among nn .oris . rcii ami we re
rtNinln TIia Inftfr uln.l ninl lia tnnril
snobbish than the former, but that Is
tho only difference.
The mutlln gowns wplih nro being
featured by a local dry uoods store
nre notable In that they combine ex
cellence nf material, daintiness nnd
cheapness. Those with tho crochit
yokes are 'particularly attractive and
will be found to be durable nn well.
Tho Young Women's Christian As
sociation lunch room will bo open to
tho public again Wednesday. The room
has been closed during the past week.
underHoIng repairs, and when again
rady for use will be found to be re-f-plcndcnt
In newly-pnlnted floors.
fresh curtains, etc. The "homclst"
kind of a lunch can be had-here for
SO cents to tlw non-member and IS
cents to -thir-metnber: -TtTtr-fuml "Is
well seasoned und, though sim
ple, alnrnys. offers a iilcaslrur variety,
The atmosphere of the ptrtce Is another
commendable feature. JrmRIng It rspa-
rlslly desirable for young girls.
A compllmcnlnry luncheon will bo
given between the hours of lt:20 nnd
liflO on Wednesday, This was first
announced for Monday, but has since
If a woman wears her (.klrts out fast,
rr than her coats It H a strolco of
economy to get two skirts with a suit.
Many stores will make for very llttlo
extra cost two skirts for u still. And
Uils Is more economical than throwing
the coat away tioforo It Is worn out.
And by getting the extra skirt at tho
time the suit Is purchased you aro
sum ot securing tho nmo material.
It Is well to know that an applies
Hon of hot water will save much pain
and alt-discoloration when one has re
ceived a bump or brulso. If possible,
hold the' bruised port In waiter as hot
uh can bo liorne; If not, wring out of
hot vtatfr a soft piece of cloth nnd
bovs who play baseball arc apt to re
reive some bad bruises which will not
show the following day If hot water
Is used at onctv, m
Water In which old Duty scrub
cloths have been used should never bo
poured down drain pipes, us nothing
uIoks the pIpeM more quickly,
If the water niut ho poured down
tho drain, bo suro to strain It through
romrtblng that will catch the lint and
Ten Ivuvci nnd coffee grounds, pieces
of greasy foods, nnd all such frag'
mentn serve to stop up, ti pipes und
swell tha plumbers' bill,
Onco every day tho sink pipes should
bo flusliul wllh H solution nf boiling
WHtrr and lyu or Bill rndn, wlilih will
cut the ,reasa und pass It down Into
the sowtr, or out Into tho drain.
Vlcl and IYeneh kid have it tendency
to peel and Jknock up." If ou strlko
peel unu .ock up. u ou siru.u
F.veryono who has worn these
.i,, l,i. had this exnerlcnee. Hut
calfskin Is heavier and If struck J Po'"-" 0I ! aldp, suggoatlvo of
aiiuliiMt un object, unless It Is cry,dtln,tcy,, cf-
rlmrply .olnted, Is not uffceteil. feather trimmings which hnve been
Khlny leather shoes, as all whowenrldycd and mado up, lire hliown In curl-
them know, are poor economy. It t ous little knots with long qullly feath-
Impossltilo to tell If they will wear nut -
Isfuelorlly or not. Kvcn prlco Is no
guarantee. Tho enamel Is put on tho
leather and DnRed. ana tnis uniting kiiis
tho llfo of the leather, so that even with,
tho best materials no one can prophesy
If tho shoes will glvo long wear or not.
Kimmel cnltakln docs not crack qulto
so caally ascnamclcd, calfskin.
When made It is mountod on stem
and leavos ot grcon.
Governor Aram J. Pothler of Ithodo
I'and ias ben Induced to become, a
cnnoinaio ior anomer icrm
MORE ABOUT PAPER BAG
COOKERY; SOME ADVANTAGES
Last week wo printed nn article
ii i ,,r. nim, f n, nf
Tho fact that two local housewives
have sent fnr the necessary materials
tt,,u. "'" . "" "' -
M III ...... .!..... .. III. l.n ma.
World," said ono of tho frugal house-
.- J A
oma Ol mu rvaranugci.,
Tho advantages ot jiapcr bag rook
cry may bo summed up us follows:
1. It Is more hjglenlu. Tho food
Is covered up during the cooking.
2. All the nutrition la retained.
3. 35 per cent of tho ment is gain
i. in Dcr crnt. of fuel Is saved, by
lC quicker cooking.
r n , wh
C. Tho food Is moro tender,
7. No saucepans or ikiIs aro ne
cessary. Tho Jings, which nre to bo put on
the market, will bo of biilIi n price
that the cost will not exceed three
pence n week. Particulars of tho
time to bo allowed for cooking, every
thing, from turkeys and .10 lmtmd
Joints to vegetables and pulT-puBtrlcs
will be given with each slip.
Tbe bag is mado fiom a sicclal pi
per, which retains moisture nnd heat
All that j on havo to do Is to place
whit you wish to cook In the bag
vegetables. Joint, poultry, or fish
clip the ends with n patent fastener
nnd put the bag In tho oven on a grid
Torrtoved 'it few Inches from tho sur
face of the oven, Tho paper bag must
tun touch tno oven tieif,
mo rcsuu is iniensive cooking, uie
wiiiio paper is a neni conuucior. ino
bent Is concentrated. Tho meal Is
rooked quicker Ihaq In a dish, nnd
thorcforo thcro Is a saving of gas or
coal or nil. But, moat important ot
all, every partlclo of nutriment Is re
tained. Take tho case of a 10-lh. Joint."
M. Soycr says, ty the way of explana
tion. "In tho ordinary wny by the
tlmo It Is cooked It has dwindled to
S'j lbs. .
"If jou uso tho paper big method
iho Joint at tho end ot ono hour and
ten mldutcs Is cooked through to tho
bone, evenly, and Is still 10 lbs. Tear
a corner off tho bag, nnd you can
pour out half a tumblerful of pure
"You have nlso pure clarified drip
ping, real albumen, which Is ibotler
than butter. Nothing la wasted nil
Iho natural Juice of tho meat Is In tho
Hints for Success.
Tbe system Is appllrnblo to nil or
dlnary coil ovens jind gas stoy;cst no'
rore putting the bng with Us con-
Flowers nro to give placo to feath
This Is tho latest decreo of tho ar
biters of fashion.
Close fitting feather toques and
outfits, of muffs nnd stoles nro to bo
popular-wear when summer hats arc
Peacock feather hats, muffs nnd
stoics nro largely shown In tha shops
and now golden pheasant muffs, stoles
and toques nro on snln tn inatth.
The muffs nro of medium sire and
ndorncd with a pheasant head, while,
tha stole Ih, similarly treated.
Cheap fowl weathers havo nlso boon
. , , lmllB,0 pnettlanU nnrt nlier
hlrds, and are made up Into cheaper
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I l,n leainer cup wai'nuwo wun iwo
1 era shooting out from their centers.
j a bunch ot cock's feathers Is wound
round with old fashioned knitting
worsted and feathers are mannfac
tured iiko n. owIl! wi,i. eyof, Df eloss
and long tails, Uio whole ornament bo
ing nearly a yard In length.
Monster wlnga tn nil colors aro also
being shown In shops for mllllnory
The act of tho Indlumi acnrral As.
sembly of lSU proposing n now State
constitution to bo voted on by tho peo
ple wns hed tn be unconstitutional and
void by Judgo Charles Be muter ot tbe
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tents Into tho oven, make suro that,
the oven Is well healed. As a rulo'
It takes six or eight minutes to heat
a trna almn i
Tho gas should be turned on full
luring the six or eight minutes. When;
the b.ig Is placed In tho slovoMhu
gns should be lowered tn about halt.
he full pressure, nnd tho stovo then
left to do Its work.
Until the cook Is accustomed lo tho
various tlnlcs required for different'
illshea, sho will bo probably be bar
nascd with n doubt ns to when thu
dish la properly cooked. Sho cannot
fee Inside tho bag, and tn rip It open
would dcrfroy the benefits mat aro
only secured by tho big fastened. Shn
will know In-thrco w.-i)s when tho,
food Is conked: t
1. Ilr following tho Instructions lis
sued with e.irh parcel of pnr baga.
2. By two or three trials at most
3. By "testing" tho bag. Suppose
point oca or peas arc In tho big, by,
pressing tho finger upon the bag ono
can "feel" if tho nrtlclo Is cooked. All
cooks know by a touch whethor
potato Is hard or Boft, If tho cook
Is not satisfied, she ran nrlck the bistl
with a fork tho slight holes tlnnt.
made will not neutralize tho bcncfltilj
of the sjftoin.
Tho bag must be placed on. a grid'
n wire grid for preference which Is.
cheap, handy and caally cleaned. Sev
ern! bags can bo placid side by side
on ono grid. Caro should be exercls
ed not to placo one bag on the top ot
nnuthcr. It is well to apply a little
lard or dripping to tho Inside of tho
bag when cooking meat or fish which
might otherwise adhere to tho paper.
Water instead of butter can be used 5
lor Halt. The success of tho system
is certain If these conditions aro com-?!
Clean and Simple.
"I havo cooked ti twcntyfho course
dinner In paper bags," M. Sojcr says.
"It Is so clean and simple I have
been usln them for twclvo years,,.
mere are Hundreds ot points wnicn
make them desirable. In stews, for,
Instance, you may put less vegetables,
less onlous, for tho flavor Is so con'
CL,Dtniied, You can put ten rashcra
of ,,aco n apcr ,,ag ,, ,jttT ,
low minutes' cooking tea open tho
paper and break ton eggs over them
und oii will have eggs and bacon for J
flvo In less than the ordinary time. '
"You must add a little dripping or '
butter to nn thing that you wish tn -roast.
For tho purposea nt army com-
mlsarlat the paper bug is Ideal. tUch
ration can bo rooked separately and
simultaneously on a special wagon
Move of my Invention, and at meal
llmnu llin t.nnln.1 l.nira nt nnr.l.n.1 fmulV
ran bo hnnded out to tho men piping""
hot ami ilcliclouslv cooked." !
M. Sojcr oxiorlincnled with 500
iiulpH before ho could find .tho per- -i
feet pair for tho hag. Ho Ii, In al-'l
union lo uis achievements as a chcf.Pj,
a miallflotl chemist ninl was lliprn. V
foro nblo to blend his siwclal knowl-
edgo of two subjects, with Iho result,1
that the pcrfict bag Is produced. '5
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uu ,4i.vr i"t,a viiii uu nisuu in mi e
sixes, from four by flvo Inches.' Juit '
largo enough to tnko two cutlets, to '
nn enormous bag which will take a rfj
turkey or a 30-lb. Joint,
A unlqun Parisian fashion has made
Its nppearuuin In New York, according
to newMHipcr miounta Tho fashion Is
Illustrated by n i lit showing lime, Ki
mono nnd hor husband appearing ln
the latest Paris stjlo for married folk.
that of wearing the s.uno suiting.
I.Ike many new fashion craios, this
ono borders on tho stnsatlonul, The
individuality of the exploiter Is, how
ever, responsible for this. Mine. Ki
mono Is n noted French actress, and.
ImiIIi she nnd her husband "go In" tor ,
thn bltxaro. Kveii Madam's pet dog
worn nn overcoat of the same design.
Thn suiting shown Is of heavy serge,
dark blue In color, with a heavy white
stripe. The fnd tun been Introduced
n Honolulu by !
Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Klded who uro wearing suits of tho
fame niatorlul. Khed Is a motorcyclo
penoruier a. mo iiuou-
KUAIIIIV BLACK 8II.K.
Black silk cun bo renovated nid
made to appear almost now by spong
ing, It with wcuk gum arable water.
olsaorvo half an ounro In a little boll
Ing water nnd then dilute with cold
water until tho stickiness of Iho gvinij
can only barely bo noticed Bptyrq
tho silk ovor on the wrong side "ry
thoroughly. Sprinkle ovc. roll ' au
ly ln a towel, leave fur n fw 'sin
and then prevail the wrnnr, . ldo vv.H.
a medium iron.
Ihe haiuUoiiio und iierhaps tha
easiest, ot all to uuko Is tbe Aiuerl
can beauty tobo.
Satin ribbon of two shades' called d
"Jack rose" Is used In the making.
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