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HONOLULU STARB17LLET1N, JIOXlMY, NOW 10, 1913.
SEVEN Grn:3Pcrcdi!a, 15 SHAG ? WENTIHH CEIUPVOAMW TO BE lTr ! -v-; ::'.; i f- - -i- -J '-1 :r Titer m world of LferocUtweai Gcmi'ms PorceUia mad fa enamel Eaed. J Leonard Cleanabls : '. v. Refrigerators J are lined win red torcrUln tot a tab tckut boc iakttion, bat the rename porce ; Uiaiaiecl on theet Meel and itwon tcLip, crack or break .- h is absolutely fsn . prod, tmooth wkh no team or joist a wLica iput milk ot food particles can be come lodjed, thereby forming 'germ' breedlo dsftih trap in one borne. " ; ., ' U you are Mtmg pJraaaed Iron lined or painted refngerato you are endanger' ht die JteaLh of your family and telf. ' Throw it away. It may corf you the Lie of yout child or family. V . . It Laa been proved that the sveugf a refrigerator Dot otjy breodi gexau bat tpread tiem. . ; ; j The Leonard refrigerator m abaolute . !y cacitary m every respect -removable wire shelve, drain pipe, etc ' Come in and U iMjahowjroa tLu good lefrigeutor. H. Hackfeld & Co.; Ltd. t 1 f ! 1 I . TtiA 14.1 ntR A ': liiHk KtLn contains one-fourth at many cans people to enjoy the delicious flavor. At five cents, tn cost per per. .. son, what .' more appetizing ; could . one desiret. - i 'V-'.-' ASK YOUR GROCER. Worm Oestreyet and .Tonic .for ,V'- '. V ' v Animals. .. . Limited. ' Tel. 1103.- ;" : SPECIAL SALE 1 , --sw ; ;G6od ea Coyne Furniture Co., . Alexaader Ycnmx Bids. ( OonV Mlaa iThbi Chance CROWN BICYCLES ONLY ' HONOLULU CYCLE RY CO. r 180 South Klnit SL . MONUMENTS " and all kinds ot tnarblo 1 work -cleaned and repaired by expert .workmen at reasonable price&i Call for Zimmerman a$; 'v .-' J. C AXTELL'S - Alakea Street The Gigantic -Slaughter Sale - Is Stnion at 152 Hotel Street ' ' -M. R. B E N N ' Successor lo'X tando ; Por mors ; than a quarter ; or; a century. SHAC has been the fafor I te remedy for V headache and neuralgia. Tasteless certain and easy. to take. -12 dosas 25 y ; . . -V .'-- , - ' - A tk your druggist' for SHAC O HO c Rubber Sole . v.:.-', Oxfordsv 1 .': . Klte- Buck,..i.r.$5.00 Tan Russia '..".....'.$4.50 '.: A new stock juat-jro-':: - "celved and all 'sizes here -V now. 'vt-v - 5 These 'are f the most pop. ular outing shoe for the , season.4. r V;';-- v-ti ';'V; : - . ' t ' i'.' ''.'i :'f- Jti- f.Ianufacturers 9.'! Slicii Co.,. Ltd., , 10 5 1; iort Bt. Phone 1782" ; if 31 a a i 3 - - v . New Line of'-' V FANCY GROCERIES ; Table Fruits and . Vegetables. KAlMUKI GROCERY CQ. 5. Cor.;Wal lae Road, and .Koko pead Avenue Phone. 37S0 Millinery Creations for Street Wear. or for Social Functions- MISS POWER s Boston Block LADIES' APPAREL . . . t f . " ....' "- Toung Bldg.; New Line of Dry and Fancy AMERICAN DRY GOODS CO. DIRT DISAPPEARS ; WHEN I 8 IN THE H O US E :;J,-' v;-': Ask the " f' HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO." -. .. . . , : about "INGECO- ENGINES -The Farmer's Friend it: EGRi)p WILL DO IT "They certainly know how to do up Ladies' Waists at ' the : F R E N C H L AUNDRY better even than on the main land,; tSays a recent visitor.) ' Phone 1491 ' YEE YI CHAN C H I N E SE REST A U RANT Chop Suey and other Chinese dishes served at reasonable prices. 119 Hotel Street, Near Maunakea fnTMta.fr Anton Stange & Bro. 1119 Fort St. German Confectionery and Fancy Bakery. Special attention given to birthday and wedding receptions. Auto tlel i very. "Tet. 3793. I Declaring that Ue 20th century woman will be a consummate mother. , cnfixely apart '.from the "mere incl ! dent of having children or not," Dr. tDoremus JBcudder gave a deeply lnter festing isernioa 'Central Union church last nfght The 20th Cen tury Were an was his subject and he itcc a3 his ttxt Matthew 15:28: Then Jesus answered and said unto her; 'O woman great ia Ifiy -faith;; be it -dene urita thee even aA-thon wilt. Dr. Scudder said:, I - What the 2tth century woman will become It is not - withln.the-province cf any man or -any woman to foretelL But Jeausf words to that humble minded Syrophcenlelan - mother, the only person bo tar ' as the : recoVda show who ever' got the better of him in a contest' cf wits, held true 'for all ttaie.' ,S'0 wotoan. ".great : is thy faith : be it dene unto thee even asr; thou wilt.' ; This is the ' God-given motto of the new woman of the coming gen eration. "Woman will get la character and Jnnience 'exactly what 'she sets cut to; win. ; ' Poor- blinded ' Britishers do not seem to recognize what a stone wall ' they : are ; butting their' heads against "in their Falstafflan. escapades with the suffragettes. . ; Some people need to have the truth pounded into them. :;' ;:' ..,....-; . - "Thirty years - ago spectacled 'sci entists with longy alphabetical name tails ransacked history and exhausted brain measurement ... to prove , that weman was-mentally man's inferior; she, could 1 hot keep up with him - In Intellectual gymnastics; her- - talents were distinctly more '.restricted'; uni versity education for- herT' especially along lines pursued by ,. men, iwas' : a eheef jwaste. Gentlemen of this per suasion are now snngly entombed. A belated specimen : of the genus , may occasionally appear: as a melancholy 1 reminder -bf r.atavlsm-7-a' dead ' ances tor, come to life in one of his ; unlucky- descendants. ' J 1 U'" ; - "No, a Hetty ' Green IrJ successful finance; a Madame Curie In pure scl ence;"a Jane 'Addams in .'social re form,?,'anitaia -Flagg Young in educa tiottal readership -tf Ifelen 'Gould Shepl nett orfa 'Mrs-Ruselrsge In inteK Hgtetot ? phflanthropy," a "Frances Wil lard' In ' oraforlcal power; a hundred brilliant 'Hte'rary stars plus the un efcunted -thousands in every 4 large community who stand at the frftit of eveirrvisron ;; Jf Jinman enriWor overwhelm with shame the ;marf Who, A 'few years5 ago prated abouthat a Temlntee brain ; could not "do. ? Still the' world1' "abounda f in men who in their inmost hearta' believe the fnas cullne ' Render 'superior. VThat linger ing superstition' Uhe 20th. i century woman will finally exorci se t "from civ- fftzerr humankind v&fz-fx: 1 Motherhood Ha; Not ; Had- Due. ' . t-Motherhood has never had its due In thrChrlstlan rigiorr.f That is the one fault 'in fthe: NW Testament Je sus ; stated tlearly - the1 -divine Father hood.: : But' feo5 far Txh reported wcrdsi--trw''-heaa8ltenti'''kbut the di viiie Jlotherhood though Ire 'somewhat dimly Bhadcwed it forth binder the semblaacte sof the-! Holy Spirit 'The Old Tefetarriettt was a trifle- more ex' pllcit .than the New-'hemt would have 'beefl an mcalculabte?gafn fdr hu manity if iJesus tad taught the divine Motherhood "as clearly as t e did itB correlative,: -the ; divine. ''Fatherhood. For ybu r tannot' ; convince a woman who hai had - a gtjod mother ; that moth ernood Is-' not. as truly divine as fatherhood. t The .RomanVi church, which after all ' Is ,most human in its deep intuftlonsy felt compelled to cre ate a Motherof God mt of Mary, and so : satisfy! the yearinr of the heart for this 'attf-ilmte f 'Delty.U Let us then' be: fair" and "place motherhood cn an WqUal 5 plane with fatherhood In the economy of the human race. , ' i "This done; my fundamental convic tion Isthat" the 20th 'century' woman will; be a" consummate mother.- Of course this-ls entirely apart: from the mere incident of having children of her own or not For one thing is certain,1 -V during 'k the next generations women In enlightened countries will have more to say; about marriage than they ever have had. - The , exploita tion : of 1wom'en k through wedlock will cease 'exept among those women who wish- to Deexplolted. There-are poly andrcus women as well as polyga mous . men,- and this inherited taint will hot l soon be eradicated, -'s. But more and more men will exalt" the spiritual In marriage. V In the transl tion stage, which -may last centuries, during which both sexes are learning by sad and ' costly 1 experiment how to reach the goal of making no mat rimonial mistakes;' how to wait Until each partner; meets ; the other's conn ierparit. aUd'tntll fcund how to trans form sexual. energy- into unselfish work, divorces and remarriages with all their unspeakable, train of social evils must be expected. We are fiv ins. In an era of social rebirth. The world over never saw its like. The very foundations of society are being relaid. We must expect dust and grime, the hiss "of steam drills, deadly accidents, blood and tears. "But God's ideal, one man, one woman in indis soluble union, Vill emerge like ' a sculptor's Immortal creation from the unshapen block. "During this epoch of strain and stress, celibate women and celibste men may be expected to increase be cause of this very ideal. But these vcraen and those who in wedlock are denied cflfispring will be none the less In the Home. "MotheThrod. then, nnrer. nobler, tender-hearted, more efficient mother bood. reaching dow.n to the very foundations of racial life, will cbar octerize the women that are to grace our century. In the home that mother hood brooding over its own little ones will cultivate such intimacies that no problem v.-ill be tabued. The meaning cf sex. tUe sanctity of the body as 3od's shrine, the'place where the 'God-spirit anC man-spirit v meet and commingle the transcendence , cf the union of man and woman' as "mu tual complements, physical and spir itual. ide by side with' the perfect Independence - of ich,s Will ; form the very center of k the educational life of which mother will be the presldinf genius because of her physical rela tion to the beings -whom Shehas suckled. In tnis home scheme thi father will have- hisi own . place -rot loMTflof' lvnnnHffnrA-icRinawi4llvi s v4vsr adolescence . but; we are not thinking tonight about; men. The great major ity of - women in,; the age to come will be mothers. Tney will see clearly as neVer before that the; home absolute ly conditions society, that the saloon, white slavery, unsocial business, Irre liglon and crime are all cf them corol laries cf. the inefficient ; home. . The comings woman will demand, that she t0; taught rr:Tnolherhood trom the cradle.- ' Society owes her the trala-lng-..that shall equip her with power to create and, maintain an Ideal hom e v'BUtTnotherhobd. ;'in7 the 4 family circle covers at best hut a sasment of at woman's lite; and ; that ; segment Is not likely to prove so long in the fu ture as In the past. .Women will not be able-'to -marry ".early because the educational -period is ; being steadily lengthened,; while the "man of-the fu ture trained to 'conserve sexual '. en ergyin order to;cease.'to i he -brutish, learning to transform " much - of hte reproductive 'power- Into soclall 7, pro: ductlveeff iciency and .using ;the re mainder to blesr the world with child ren worth" heing born; Will, guard his partner from being cdraind ' of larger vitality: by; too continuous child bear ing; f This? Is nol brief for the . small family; . thei many childrened home Is the happiest most democratic,- w largest- value to the individual child and most: potent socially. ' BuJ eugenic demand and - not blind t instinct will play a growinff part in . the twmfng family. The human life span Is being prolonged. - The period - of largest powers begins now atrSO With promise of greatest efficiency during fthe uc- ceeding quarter ' crfntury.i. v. In the mothers, 'then,-: whose children s have grown into Independent life and 7 In the'army 'of "The- yet nn7narrled;and the childless t thef world will have ; a m ighty -reservoirJ j of womanhood ; fit for highest uses; Where will this force'- be 'applied??; ;;?;:::C;.; . r-j 'Again the - 'canvktlon ' is strong within, me fthat this force of .woman hood In its greatest' volume will - be directed - along Athe t channel-- of - Wo man's essentiallytjdrrineattrlbute ; of motherhood. Thai social 'whole needs mothering as.weU , asv the! family. Chicago Is finding that out: and has Just equipped onrensmralers; ot the police force-! But that ; Is & mere Incident though oner of - greatest Im portance, - In all sof 'our social activi ties where humane beings 1 supervise other." human 1 iheings .of hbth : sexes, the force 'that does the overseeing must consist of 'both exes. That 1s an axiom fort": cen,tufy - A social system thatlsetsf ontf men to direct or control fB'en'fand':womek!fsV.vltany at- fault v Hence thr present genera tion .is bound 'to see Women united with ; men In all )Osrti6ns ;of 1 social Bupervision. - Of course', this will ; open a wide professional ) sphere for the coming i women; 'V. ; ' ; .''; Work of Woirten'Needed. . ; . " , v );s ; "Intof these . positions she will carry her. motherhood? They? need lt'r The notion of ; setting men - to 1 deal - with street .walkers, nfen alone to : cope wkh the white slave trade, : men to police dance, halls, Men , to';care vfor a jail as our city fathers, attempt to do Is effete and fit only for the ' scrap heap fct-woraout ivideas; - 'Honolulu cries for a woman ; officered -jail for women offenders. Anything less Is an insult to womanhood . and civiliza tion. - ,v., .' . c-.r.. : ' - "All this, however, deals with pro fessionalism, .while the next genera tion will have a great surplus of non professional A woman-power- ready for the most efficient ; yoluntary;.-social employ. Here, too, motherhood will be the keynote of woman's work Men have wrestled lor , ages with the sa loon, With crime, with, commercialized vice, with wage-lavery, with the ex ploitatioa of children in industry,; and like colossal Ills. 1 Now women are coming to this motherhood, to the fac tors; for solving these problems. Meri are too prone to settle great questions Impersonally, and along the line of logical principles. This masculine tendency is a sine qua non -but it needs a counteracting feminine force. For women, on the other Land, are in tensely personal. They are so be cause they are essentially mothers. Human motherhood is by its very na ture personal. The lengthening of the period of Infancy which made a h!uman being evolutionally possible deraanded a corresponding deepening of person ality in the mother. Now where we men are -apt to fail in dealing with great human evi!s i3 In Our machine methods. Civilization itself has forc ed mechanism upon us. Reforms oft en halt for this very reason. Ail our schemes for serial betterment need personality and in especial the person ality that characterizes motherhood. "Great forces are at work liberating the time of countless women and set ting them free frcm the drudgery' the old-time home. Not only io they marry later, bear fewer children, aft er ceasing to conceive Jive longer and healthier and thus gain years for ser vice outside the home, but the City trend "brings them more leisure, the school relieves them of cares. labor saving devices and advanced house hold economics lighten their work and gTant free hours. At this critical era in human development society de mands more motherhood in solving its perplexing questions. The twentieth century woman will radiate hor moth erhood in spheres that never dared to drtam of her transforming presence. As Man's Companion "As man's companion, his full equal. - 'IND ESTRUCTO" TRUNKS arc built without a joint at corners or cdgc:-and a trunk vvithout joints has no weak spots. r 1;5 ci onyoii ct guar- ' an tee against Tire, Wrecks Collision or Carelessness. ; "IN DESTRUCTOR TRUNKS are Tegistcred can't lose an Indestcuctb.O i v . m "INDESTRUCTO" BAGS and , SUITCASES ffbr Men and Women lv;arc;made to stand tK mcis ;Cture; tliey arei that wor especiallyv selected leathers; -made up in Seal, Calf, Co w- 3 hideiPigskin'i gusset or Walrus, they, represent the pick iiiilill llililis ' :-. --.'"jJU-'iYf;r.? " u - v y .. .'x i y ' : - y ' . ;.. yet 'in a vitally -differing sphere,, each the completing half of the other, the women of the future will mOve'every Where'at lhls xide. fThe; day- of the veiled' female has passed forever The era of monk and nun, of temple-courts forbidden; to women, of . dens-1, of vice closed to her cleansing gentry; Is ' fist going ynever to return. The frightful centuries of shame In the presence of the holiest' physical function, of ler- ribla abuse of physical life's trUiminalJ ing glory y Teproductlorf of the , degradation orytne ooay, are Douna to end. , The whole of healthful life will be sanctified and both man and wom an -freed for pure, honorable, mutnal ly .respecting comradeship; will taste the 'liberty that abounds ? where Cod's spirit dwells, the liberty of obedience to-the Great Universal Will; T The wo- " II I. I J --. "in-. By Special -Aangement (At the request, personally and In writing, of many' who failed to see this picture some months aco.) ft. THE -If REGULAR PRICES -10 and For the balance of the -.. t.y-r'.y: ;. I ' y;y,; . ' ;., "' ; . c . -. . fyyyyy ;-;y''.;V .y.yr- : " '.;-- ; -. ' - '..v-- . .-; - . : Sole Agents "The Store for. Goofl Clothes' (man of the twentieth century will bear j a large part ia ushering In this age of whlch the prophet Tennyson dreamed: "For woman is not undevelopt man. 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