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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.
A PAGE FOR WOMEN AND THEIR INTERESTS
Local Chat: Home and Fashion Hints: Religious and Other Activities: Things Feminine
WESLEY HOME HAS NET
FOItl'ION missionary Mrk In thu
lionu liiliil !h tho tinliiuo prospec
tus of thu Hiisannnh Wesley
Home. Am this Institution Iuim
been successfully tniilntnlncd 111 Ho
nolulu for a number of Jcurs, this Ideal
Is also In retrospect, mill while to those
learning of U for tlio llrt tliim It pro
BintM ii number of unusual features, to
lllss Mabel (1. Anderson, tlio new su
pirlntendcnt who Is to rillcvo Mrs
Mury J Hncdckcr, who goes In Juno
lo Minnesota, It It hut n continuation
of the work In which she linn been en
gaged for the past eighty ears.
i'ur this reason, ami also becuuso of
the fact that Miss Anderson lived In
Ijh Angiles continuously fur eight
xurs. she pioved an unusual person
tn Interview Whereas- most people
go Into raptures or the climate, Miss
Anderson, who has become iiccustotn
ed to scml-troplcal veKttiitlon iiml the
absence of cold, sees little of novelty
In her new surroundings. The losmo
polltan population Is likewise neither
new nor strange, although more pro
nounced hire than In Cnllfomla
During the last three jears of lur
residence In Lot Angeles, Miss An
derson was lit the head of thu Jane
Couch Memorial Home for Japanese
Women The previous live jours she
nn engaged us i missionary caller
mid teacher, ulso umong the Japanese
In accepting the call to Honolulu
she did not In any way sevir her con
nect lout with tho Homo Missionary
Society of the Methodist lplscopul
chinch. Thlt organization conducts a
similar Hue of work In Seattle, Sail
rriinclsco and Honolulu. Its object Is
to Hire for Japanese ulid Korean wo
men and ihlldren who need protection,
unit to Jirlng them up to udvumed
standards, of Chrlstlunlt) Thu only
leally new phase of the work which
Miss Anderson has discovered hero It
that Oriental children ore taken regu
larly at tho home, while III Lot An
geles they seldom uro admitted. In
ill nl, (liciHe now. In tho local homo
range In 5 ears from live to seventem
Clilelly because of the fact that while
In the work In Lot Angeles she learn
id to speak the Japanese language,
Miss Anderson Is particularly anxious
that Japanese wpuicii-liu udmltted here
us In the past. They seldom are able
to converse In Ilnglluli, whllo most of
the children have at least u smatter
ing mid can malic themselves under
stood with little difficulty. As usldo
from what It done hy a Japanese lllhle
woman, there Is no Christian work
among the women of Honolulu under
the M II church, the Held Is seem
ingly boundless, Mother' nuetlngt
are a novelty which Silo hopes to In
troduce in the not too distant future.
If It It found that tho work among the
adults can he more wliUly developed,
meetings of this character 1n which
the little brown mothers muy he taught
DAV" THE' BEST WAY
TO MAKE CA
siitnilhliiir nf IiuIi.ih iiml sanitation I In n recent article entitled "To Colo
will probnbl) alternate with lllhle .brnto Mother's Day," Mnrgnrel I J. "She. moatureil out tlio butler with a
classes Sangstor stales tho facts of the culo- very solemn nlr.
Asked If the work In Honolulu seem- hrnl Ion as follows Tlio milk ami sugar also, 'and she
. . ...... .. .... .......! Ui.tt.1nt. Itt Mnv lino I ,t tnnlf Mm ernfltnllt PRtll
eu to present more opportunities tnun i uu "n mmuuj , ....., - ... - - - .---
that In Lot Anmles. Miss Anderson recent cnrn hud tliu dlstlnttlon or he-, To count the eggs correctly, nnil to
' ... . . ,.... lM..ll.nn' II, t, ' Unrulitna It, ltrttirtl mill II llltlft lilt
rppiieil in tiic atlirinntlve. sue it oi i"K ...,..-.-. tj. ........ ............ -. - . " . , , , ,
the , Hon that the children In the ! the i mother, and t. rccognl Ion of Of baking prnvclur wlicl. )ou know
Sutannal, Wesh) Home tend to In- Iter fait 1. htlnoju.. gent oncss nd devo-' ,,, Ti""T",1 '"' ,,..,,.-
THE DIFFICULT FACE
The ipicst of n becoming hnt Is, to
many people, like the quest ut the
Golden Fleece, an undertaking fraught
with numerous dlltlculltes, and gencr
city ending In dire failure. '
The real trouble, of course. It not In
tho faco for every one con find a bo
tomlug hat If she takes RUlllcleut trou
ble but In the method cmploed In
cliooslng the hat. There are bIx gol
den rules Hint should be rigidly ob
served when selecting n new hat
1. Never buy In a hurry.
2. Never buy when tired
I ... ii. l. ... ... l.1,l I.. .... ,.t Tliiti ulin Mllrrmt ll fit I triimf l,r,f titi.l
Miss Ander on c, m u .molulu In ' churches and In most of the Sun- she baked It for an hour
Z'r neC wlo I the-l'ureau'scc! U-cn Mcc.c,l at the .lower , he worn for leaving out tho Hour"
, , , ... ... .i. on the corsage, belt, or coal Inpel, on
retarj of Jap.inete and Korean work I)n N(j llowor of (li(j i Tiro ,9 ,, Bucll tlllllg ns ,urk ,
o the I'aclilc Coast iiml In llawall . . . . ,...,, cll(1i,c cooking; II Is all skill, experience and
Sirs l'erkint made the trip nf this time lhnn ()i() (() b() worn ng M ,,.,.. ()ttll the habit of taking paint. Good Judg- nrniB are moro Intent on sallsfylng
ui .ie iierrsis ui me raisinii., , flower l'uro ns the driven snow , Bplcy nient in uaKing anu mixing are very i. cutlomer than on selling the hat
A LA 11(1 li number of the regular ehiiomu enough for n gr.l. n parly
worshippers lit Ctlitral I nlnll or made lnipl, be iilti npproprl.ito
church, all those who arc not for mornliut wear iitihomc or on tho
parents of children In the Sunday struts l.onil merchants are to l
School In fact, will be relegated to commended for the uirlet) of their
3. Never buy exaggerated models,' t balcony on the second Sunday In rarlj shmvlngt
however fashionable. 'y Tho center aisle sets will be,
4 Never cliooso a Spring hat whctl'rc,";r",1 r"r ,llB children of the htm- -The perfect sle of serene tiervM
wearing n heavy Winter tailor-made.' d,,Jr School and provision will ho made alwn innmietlc," l a quotation
for It Is certain to look out of place fur lll(' l",rt"lK llt "l0 Me 'rl1" '""" will worth the busy woman's while to
B. Always get a reliable friend to - "" '.." .V..i.. ;!.,. I r""""'"-r
... ' -i.t. .... - i -. .i licrliitontlont of tin1
ni.li.l,,,. la lnvnl.ml.ln. I"'" COIlSlSt lit BOllgR. reclllltionS Ulltl
opinion Is Invaluable.
u Hemember that whllo the host
Wo are becoming so accustomed to
the blzarro nolo In dress ns ndoptcd
' . i. .... ... .I... ttt.iniitttp nr tint unn in a . . . t. .. ..t . i.-l...
ley lli.iiie mill will reu.Hlll ...I... m-i ,,,, f-.r, n.,,1 ,,,, nstlllll HTllllirtnUl alFO. especially III CUKemaK- .ml nil llrnm nr,. II.,. I.nnt. "Tlint Ullllj !."-" '" '"' """"o " " '" nUSellCe OI SUICKIUgS win prouaoiy
Tiu-nlay She spoke at the meeting , .., .,p,nnii .im, nf niv or lose, thu lUK. No woman can call herself a sue- ,.. brnntirnllv. mndam." ton often , ""ari1 ." ""'"""y. tt,ls ' ."u,0.: ly cause n mild nnil transient
of the Woman's Hoard of Central ,.,,,, ..,i om,..!a f,.r nil Hint cetsful cakcinaker tiniest she can i.,........ .....row. .nr.i,n..inni tint en,. ' 8l1" ''"' "10 eldest son oi ur. nuu of g,,r,rge. Vet that Is, I hear, vv
Union church on Tuesday, hut her ae- , ,,.,, i , ,i, tr,iu- ml ii.,. m.....' mako n good cake ovety lime And .o i..n r...,i, . ,',rair n,,i at Sen of (hlliti This feature or wp nr(, to nl0ct (.(nlng and
tlvltles while lure will l.o eiinllned , ' - - - , this Is possible only by accurate meat- ,.,i. i.. i. Uhniu.i..,nnn.iiv fmm it,,.' ll' ProK""11 ft"s "'H" n,nvl """ '"" fashions this summer If wo
clilelly to the Mithoillst denomination
Miss Anderson also attended the
Woman's Ilo.ird meeting, iiml there i
nut man) who are In heart) s)inpith)
with her work
SAYS WOMEN HAVE A
GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR
In uu article on women writers us
tiremcnt of the mnterlnls and careful f..ii,.,.a ..f n.n i.mnri1, irimwleilee
l baking. Vou might make a gnu.l caku . ,
In a slapdash style, guessing at tho
1 correct uuaiilltleH of the Ingredients
,01101' or even tvvlco, but the third or
fourth lime you would be sure to fall.
so nfler all It Invariably pas to tako
I, little extra troublo nnil avoid failures.
rhe first- thing tho, successful cake
The young girls of tho (lle.tnerH;
Society are today conducting a dell-
Aniong the Chinese girls who con- ... .., ..ltrn-fashlonables. that the an-
! tribute vocal music tn the program pt.nrance of what oloks like an entire
censor on clothes nnd we aro really
beginning to need one badly ho
would ery liked) feel hound to Insist
that our ankles should be more ade
quately covered, and he would bo ov
erwhelmed Willi his lnek of perception
when he wns told what thai nnklo was,
' loom next to
iiiiinn-Nii In tin. Mnv Wnmnii's lli.ire . . , ..... ..... ... ..r ... maker nlwaVR does Is In get everv- ......,i .... u-i.r ir..i All .nrii nf or all. tnc) nring lines mm mi i-ihuj ".-,, ....- . ...
Couip..,,.,,,,. Jeanette 1. .l.lder sa,s: I nuVr seen, to los heir fascination thing together that she" will need. The ,,' puddings: pies, cakes, salads lured express.oi, to the face , enl these tush co hired sck ngs
Some foolish Pirson has said, at f, mitcecdlnK generations of young next bIc,. Is to grease the, pans This c . for the Sunday dinner are pro-l The face of the wo,,,.,,, wl.o.e ";, ' '? "j '7roX nev are
- ' '"'" '", " "" ' - iieop e. As n rule, However, nicy u - viueu in ie-uiHiu unu, mm u.u.i.a- - - particularly noticeable but If the
.... unt.u.. .it ln.t.w.H it ....t.... I, tint. ' . .... .,... llaHtw. nqiui, ....rf ,iT n t.ltrn ultlln .tf,. .. ... .. ......I.I .llu.....nl ..f uv,.,.... Hn 'ai ill ill... ij iiiii ll c ui' , "in .1 UIV
.... o.-,. ... ". . - Iml ,,,,, ( mam) tlio mosi oi men - ',! V V, 7 ', "7 ' """" '"""" "' " ",,m "i""" " --i--- ... brmnies iionulnr In the Snrlnc
,, im. i, ulin ui, ,1 lliU fnp ...,,. ilnirt ... .. . nnr nnnklli In Ideal. And Hie next fin. .1 t... n...nnnra rn unrlhv ,f l lll.-l. Ii, ,.U Inn nn. Iiilnrliins. nn- u' i onu s iopiuiir HI uu npruir,.
know women, though they think they .." . ,r, rhlron cnn follow with eratlon Is not to begin to mix tho public recognition for the missionary 1 1,.,. the natural are h of the font I" '"'-i " ' i"',',.u ,,, '."" ?, ,
do Women Know women better, mid , n,i,.,neiH already mentioned nnd cnlte-..but to ntlen.l to the oven No In- uctlvllles which they carry forward responding!) lilxh The) thrmv the ; '" Brr ' ",, ,ii , i. l' w
lluy know that the sense of humor Is ", "V rnV n "tliiitel or two. and u f"'"''!" "tlo can bo Blven In regard to ,,, ,10 IIlUKt unajsumlng way Ther. , f , pr.,p,.r p...ltf..n. '"''' '''C ,nv hi, m s, , u r.. f. r st
v.i) keenly developed III their own ml , , ,,, tttcho ncheB ovens for the) differ as greatly as do Kfr !lr responsible for the support 1() lnuk,. walking a fatiguing excr- 'Uo''t ""'" "moK" ""r'" ,0r "'
sex If It were not for this saving
sense, women could not stand a great
many of the burdens that are put on
llinlr minnrt, II iln.in.nla ...inn llm ..r n ...... l.l In Tii.lfav n'hlu .lnil.iu
Hnuare . ..... .......... .. ,...- ..,. ul u mur rv11 '" inj .,-. . "
i:ver'v.hlng depends upon tho mix- ?"" " nJ 1.CV.1"1? il.!" '." ".clr treaBury of Jir.O nnnually. In
...nil)- ui me Miilllt-lin e.lill. Ill it iiu "ll ' ' -. f - . . . II, nunc u curie, llv;i ll nun IM-Cll III ailtllllOIl lliey COlliriumw fill! luwiliu
Oielr shouhlirs I have In my mind i "K. I ak n bowl oi warm water uiiu al()1( lwen,y mt0a. If the cake Is tlin salary or a Hawaiian lllhle wo-
a woman who-.,, life was unn tragedy rub Into 11 a piece or goou. puro si ap Bnlnf ,t )lt n,,u , try (, uh n ,,,.an , otht,r mmr activities engage
after another, but vvIiomb hi use of hu i t" strong lather is ''"''" "u" broom straw Rtlcklng this Into the their time and Increase .the demand
inor saved her from .le-pilr She tlm off every particle of lather iron ccntcr of ,1(, tnk ,, )f ,., ()ut f) fud8
wouldniroliabl) havo gone mud If she uo suriuce ... ., ""'"", "'" ',,,., dean tho tako Is done. During tho
hud not been able to see the humoious to teat tho solution, r lrsJ "I" n """ first quarter of an hour a tako Is In MARKINfi NOTE PAPER
side of situation, that In themsclvet hie about six inches In dlan eler from lYIAHMIMU IMU I E THrcn
were ,,n)thlg but humorous. So wide- '"If"1:!::;" 's vrry dangeroi.a lo open the oven . nf ,. B,ar1,Hl ,,,,,, .
men lack the sente f lunnor-lhat a to tl.rutt the former Into tho huhhle. n Se by, d.ilng may catiso thu l""0Kram papot Is the ohlohg car-Ki-at
inany people havo come lo re-I If the. bubblo w 1 stand tb Is ordeal " " ( ,0cl,o with three smal black letlerH
gar,. It as a truth, but I ,;., noon without bur. I..B ho .lutlo.t Is re. y ra,lon ,, mw u)meB ,, . or o d Lnglls . , w; nlta.
Ill-llltlug shoes can cIiIm! mure lines
on the blow In uu hoiii. than massage
can work out in weeks
It s, ems iilnn.it needless to stale In
how lunii) ways shoes can atfeit the
uiineiirance Tho cause i urns ami In fin t, morel) a silk stinking so clev-
.11111); U Hill , , ,, ..... .. id. ..VA.,I,.. I.,1,. t.lnnl,r..1 ,,i ,l..ul. , tr ,l,n( nhnn
uilessen sale In Hie vacant store"" "-""'" ''.'. -.,.. "A'"-.. ",i. ' ,,. . ,V . An i
.i... ! r.ni.n nun. inev iiri.uiiie iiiiiku.. ...i" . ...-. ....... .-.,,, .,,.. ......... w u.....
em- lri re cuunn -.. .- -. . .. , ., '...,. ,ll ,,, .ll...... e, ,.
ear at any
When Ilesh-colored stockings aro
worn with evening dress, they should
be accompanied b) flesh-colored kid or
suede gloves. These gloves are very
new and Infinitely more artistic with a
light frock than the ordinary white or
cream. In many pcoplo'a minds flesh
color suggests that palo pink usually
known by that name, but tho new
llesli color Is quite different. It Is not
nearly so pink. In fact, It ijinnot real
ly ho called pink at nil. but It Is far
clue liiktiud of mi exhilarating pleasure.
for use; If not. moro Bonp must bo
I',.,.., un .... un ,nilf- .,.,,, tn u u
. ..i.t...,i in iitiIII ll. ., nl.nn lesc call uu ii. m '"'' "' " ,k ,um ,i, ,ni. ,.,,
ci.nci I lieu III lltlsl. mill Mime ot -cue ."""" V"i V,.. '.-. . Iv mlniitna Hint n rntui la In tlin oven "v '"."""...
most humorous bonks piibll-hcl today , siiccetsiuny cariie.i """"" ' ," "" tl.n n,!vlr ,,f tl, V'lilnM. In' """ """"'" "
,... .1, ii.. i... ,, As lo tho bubble-blowing Itself, sue- lo follow the advice of tlio Chinese ..,.. mal cr
, ,, , iccHH depends mainly upon tho ohserv rook, who. when asked for directions ,,.,. llso , c
T-r-Ann-r nnor-uo I nnco of two rules. Tho llrst is: Never now in uaxe a iuki- sum; n.i. nu , . mnrk ,10
l'lirtunatil) we are not wearing so
much fulne hair us we did a short tlnu'
ago this by healing the scali was In
jurious to what h.ilr we inn) have lunl
ourselves Some women mtisvll) wore
several pounds of false hair, and. of
course, their own hair suffered In con-J
When one's own locks are scanty
tlmi- wlinnlil tin lnltili1 nut lie till! luill
clous intermixture of puffs or ii switch truer lo tho natural flesh color than
or braid, but exaggeration In these wo imvu over uiu ue ore. ii on y necus
Another somewhat smart effect has ,,,,,,. 's . 011).. ,ir tiiste, but It 1 l" l'ul ,,lt' old-fashioned polo pink,
n l.ilflnl nf ttin niirnnnln ernsseiLnt. . . ' . called tlesli enlnr. tipnr 11. n nkli, tn
BurnatHo crossed at, trMlmMMlli'
Ills, lliu iiuie-i i,i,i
letters. I ...
ountrv home It Ucom-I Sailing mi the siierinmi ror nono
I CHrUI OUOCia ;n,ir .. or Bi,ako up tho solution when him In the oven, then you go way. , . auuro83 t10 upor right hand
L'aslly made te.ipot coseys are of OI1CO made. Tho second: Always mlml jour business, cake he mum t.(,rii,.r nnd higher up In tho opposite
linen with buttonholed scalloped edges Pmenr liberally with soapy mlxturo ov- his. corner havo Iho telephone numhor,
und cmbroliUred designs nnd huvoeye- cr) thing from or upon which a uubiuo If tho oven Is too hot and the take also tho telegraph and express or-
letted edges h) which tlio ends may g to bo blown. browns too fast place a pleco of greas- dress If these aro dllTercnt from the
ho laced together and lltted over the A Bubble Chain. . ! cd paper over It. If tho cako Is crack poslolllte address.
vvudded form Thlt form may beshap- i a fovv bubblo tricks may now ho de- e(1 01)0 th c.cntcr It shows that ;
ed like a lamp shade, n half oval or ' acrlhcd. 1'lrst, the experimenter mny tho oven Is too liot and formed a crust mis 'l'r.inils H.irtUtt presented the
a perfeitly sqiuin hlocl.. i attempt lo form a string of bubbles ncr , laU, tlm, (,( not a()W t10 (IItll jHl.lml of .-,. Arts with a
,'. ; , blowing one with tho plpo. throwing It alr , gcnie Smal Cakes of all kinds MreMl u( luml wllk., m give the In-
Ursl In ilrciilalliin 1 Irst In the Into tho air, blowing n second, catch mlJ ,nJer lnkH ,)ako much quicker , lllimlll ic( of about
he.irlt of Hie iimiiI'. Tluit's the II it I. lug tho llrst on It, and bo on until tho ,inn Ioaf cni.c nIU require a slightly ,ri0 noo fl)r th(, ,,xt m Jf.IirH
.etli mid wlij II u 1 1 c 1 1 n nils intr. chnln collapses. hotter oven '
name of tho house' lul" the Cth of Mil) will be .Major uml
Jtrs. ii i'. (.neutnam ami tneir cun-
dreii. They are expected to arrive In
San l"ruiiclsco net wiek and will be
the guests of rclitlves for several du)t
called llesh color, near the skin to
show bow altogether wrong Is the
iiamo given to it.
At last Louisa M. Alcolt'n "Little
Women" has been put on tho stage.
Some of tho heirs fought It for years,
but John Alcott, the author's favorite
nn.ilinu elm ,inu- -milrnla flm nilnli.
befc.ro leaving for the Islap.ls. where ,, collgcld lmlIy an(1 10 , ,
Major Cheathani will bo In charge of i j0Iln
Important coiintructlon work for the ' , ,
government -Clumdde I - M()r( , 000 ,.,,- oln,)Ioyoi,
.along tho docks at Ixicust Point, Dal
The lingerie frock It iilvvios n pop- 1 1 more, struck to tr to enforce a do
ulur one fur nil sorts of oiiuslons dur- mnnd for an lutrcaso of live cents an
lug tho wanner months It may be hour 111 wages.
A New Shipment Imported By
Us Direct from the Growers
Packed in lead and enclosed in
little gunny sacks; also in
five pound boxes
Delicious Hot or Iced
Henry May & Co.,
Loading Grocers Telephone 1271
The Best Laundry Soap
Loam not lo worry, not to bo de.
pressed, and you will he surprUeii
how much jotinger ou villi look.
Contentment will help everyone to
bo better in health and, thcroforc', to
bo better looking.
Of course, this Is a rule which ouo
finds most dlirictilt to rollow, ror few
people In this world aro without wor
ries and anxieties of some kind. Hut
the thing to remember Is that we
must not brood over our troubles.
Havo j'oti over noticed that thoso
who really havo the hard knocks In
life, and have tlio most to bear In tho
way of physical or mental suffering,
aro often the most cheerful anil tho
It Is tho unhealthy, morbid brooding
over petty disappointments, dllllcultles
or small illnesses that l sneak of,
Somo people get Into the habit of wor
ry, and In bo doing spoil tho lives nf
thoso around them, and warp lliolr
o vv n.
Hy constant worry the power of self-
control Is lost. The ability to bo cheer
ful, courageous, and sometimes even
Inlctestiug, Is gindually undermined.
Eventually this affects the health, tho
appetito Is banished nnd the digestion
and piobubly the heart affected Tho
iinhniipliicss shows In tho face. Uues
appear between tho e)es; the eyes look
dull, and tho skin unhealthy nnd prob'
Worry sucks tho vitality from not
' only the one who gives In to It, but
from all who aro near.
may be overcomq
by a warm bath
Does not injure the most delicate garment.
Saves time and labor.
lliO'i lltii ! WVUU, Dm, r
YOUR GROCER SELLS IT
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