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HONOLULU BTAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCfl 7, 1914.
SEVENTEEN 0 Ml- NEW THINGS HERB never was a time In the history of fashions when the ery, younr tfrl was so ab surdly catered to as at pres- Tbere is nothing nowadays but youthful stylet; the "old person" has been" eliminated . from the sartorial world jmd : designers ars' revelln In models for the Jeunns Clle,' "as ' the fYench say.. Take neckwear, .for Instance, Could fcnythin be '- more rlrllah, becoming and altorether lovely . than the fluff? XxEig fit lace, chiffon and net which . your mpntaJ jrajtvflx them upon; a - - ' irrawnr 1 1 m m nrpn nprir nun ins r sultt Well, it Is best to draw a line at .' ? the Inevitable outcome.' , Needless to " " debutante ' . ' .'..' ' ' 4 Then there ars the "slouchy" styles of the moment;, they only hang baggy and with an, insouciant air upon the girtrof "string bean' proportions. .So, taking one consideration with another. ' It's a poor season for fair fat and forty. .One of the illustrations In the group 'hows a - delightfully new piece of ; sprlrg neckwear. It is a little vest at " tached to a chemisette' of net. and to this Is added a-frill of plaited net. sm adorable bit of frivolity which any girl who takes a proper pride In her clothes would be charmed to own. 4 " And the butterfly bows that are also . pictured- their. uses are so many one , almosfhesltates to count were' these butterflies may not be placed. Sufflce QiiiPQiinnAVHiir.HTiiDDrn ; Ulliii LL UUliUrl I v Tbe woman "who has accepted din-' ner Invitations. , but who cannot perv haps extend similar hospitality, can o ber entertaining with little Sunday. tIpht suppers A hostc3 need not: entertain elaborately, but merely eas ily and happily, to gain a" reputation of dispensing charming "hospitality. , .; In many homes the Sunday night supper Is the jolly even of the week. The hosts , and guests ' enjoy, it thor oughly as the preparations have not been Intricate.- . For a Sunday supper the table can be just as attractive and the menu equally tempting as for au elaborate course dinner of great cx rensie. . r. ;':.',;'. - ; Half after 7 or 8 o'clock is a popular and practical hour to have supper, as the noon dinner hag probably not been early. The maid tn many homes, arranges the table before going out, though frequently the hostess sees to l herself. Pretty monogrammed lunch cloths and napkins, or the filet lace . runners or doilies are the things for the Sunday night sapper. A formal heavy damask cloth Is not "quite cor rect' Glass or silver coasters can be used for the protection of the pol ished table. V v Flowers are always in keeping; but one should, not have the Mime elabor ate floral arrangement for a Sunday supper that would be used to deck the formal dinner board of many covers. In lien of flowers, a high or low silver v bowl of assorted fruits is effective, while a pretty and decorative recep . tacle filled with dried fruits and nuts ,-n-i.A nr 3 Complexion may be gained and skin troubles overcome and prevented, by the use'of Glenn's Sulphur Soap Sold by HUT Hr m4 WUImt Dy.j dnifgut-; black r W FOR It to say that the appear on evening gowns, neckwear, hats In fact, upon everything worn by , womankind. In the cut are some of the very neweet examples made of mallnes. silk and neV " ' To the uninitiated the macklnaw sounds more like a new species of bird than the latest kind of sports coat The knitted silk or woolen Jerseys in the brightest tints were rather overdone at the seaside places and holiday resorts last summer. Strictly Intended for out door or sports wear, one saw people breakfasting and even dlnLag In these handy little garments. , The fastidious then turned their at tention to a newer .form . of. coats, but those introduced were made of indif ferent tweeds and so roomy and shape? less in their construction '., that they were pt tor give their wearers a bol sterlike appearance, " - K, The macklnaw has superseded these, fiiade; as It Is, on just: the right lines and ; in the new silk finished ..suede cloth, a material of substantial yet very supple ' texture. -: The mack inaws 'are cut with plenty of roonvat the shoul der.' giving . freedom of movement for golf and other games." They have wide turned back cuff and thoroughly prac tical stitched qutside pockets and are i lIlUH 1 UU1 1 LI! to be Used as a dessert could easily answer ;as - a centerpiece, ; ; s s. v Them are numerous good menus to choose from for the Sunday supper. In many families there "is the regula tion meal always ready for the few extra'who may drop In. V ?t Every" Sunday night in one home cold roast duck, apple 'sauce, grape fruit salad, cheese and nutbread sand wiches'? and ; chocolate constitute the repast. - ... - ;' r .' ',''. . Another oung hostess makes a spe cialty of her potato salad. Not a pie Man dish is this salad, but a wonder ful collection of good ingredien3. With the cubes of potato and a gen et ou8, supply of mayonnaise, sne uses a can of French peas, chopped nut meats, grated hard boiled eggs and a garnish of pimento and lettuce. With this she serves cold tongue and tomato sauce or a small sugar-cured ham with an Indian relish, buttered slices of brown and white bread. Cold chicken with a border of hard bojled eggs dipped in chopped pickle around the platter, escalloped pota toes, tomato salad, cottage cheese, Jelly and hot buttered rolls make' an other good combination. Welsh rabbit, lobster a la Newburg or creamed chicken made in the chaf ing dish and served with assorted sandwiches is ample for a. Sunday supper. . Something in the way of a surprise or, an innovation adds decidedly to tte charm of the informal supper. Friends who are used to French chefs and ceremonious 'service will enjoy the simple, novelty supper far more than a hostess realizes. A Dutch supper with pretzels for r.apkin rings and salted nuts in sa bots, or a menu composed of various i.ational dishes, or an old-time New England feast of baked beans, hot Lrbwn bread, pickles, etc.. might be tried. We could -say nothing half so eloquent- in behalf of "Shac" as it will say for itself 1f you will use it next time you have a chance. The relief from the agony of a throbbing head ache is something that one does not soon, forget and "Shac" brings re lief.. Insist on "Shac." advertisement. m mm i 11 ... m w. THE SMART 1 belted with .straight bands of the ma terial. Some of -the smartest have col lars of seal musquash. They come be low the hips, but no longer reach to the knees. - ' One very cecninK sports coat of rh's kind is made In dark green suede civth. RECIPES TRIED AND .FOUND VERY WOMEN ' Recipes VEAL SALAD. 2 cups of cold veal, cut fine 2 cups celery, cut fie. 2 hard boiled eggs. . -2 cold boiled, potatoes (small ones). Mix with mayonnaise dressing. Arrange on lettuce leaves. Mix with quite a bit of mayonnaise with some on top. A very good way to use up cold roast veal. . CREAM CHICKEN WITH GKEEN PEPPERS. 1 tablespoon butter. 2 tablespoons flour. 1 cup milk. Salt and pepper. 2 cups cold chicken, cut fine. 3 green peppers chopped and added the last and opoked just long enough i to be well. heated. Serve oft. toast. "DAVENPORT'S SPECIAL" SALAD (Spokane, Wash.) Arrange" lettuce leaves neatly on plates. Slice oranges, small treen onion3 and pineapple, very thin. Cover with French dressing and serve at once. SHRIMP SALAD. 2 cans shrimps (wash in cold wa ter drain dry and cut in small pieces. 1 can mushrooms. 1 small bottle of stuffed olives. . 2 hard boiled eggs. I As much cvlery as shrimps, mix ; well and serve with mayonnaise . dressing. ! FOR THE CHAFING DISH, OR FOR LUNCHEON ' PINK f'OODI E i niu wool, are wmif nu me nair nut; ' 1 tablespoonful butter I nf c"loF' tho"gh wh5te 18 always be- ' 2 tablespoonfuls flour. ond reproach. i 1 cup milk, when done, add 1 cups! .L,ttl,e one-piece linen or crasn one iof strained tomato juice (canned to- I'u'ce frocks are rrucn worn and they matnes) an1 tun Kni.ilT hnwls of prat. a certainly rheve one of the h! rhee;e : Season hiehlv with salt and red pepper. I Serve on toasted crackers. ORANGE SALAD. ! isfactory headgear for a tramp over stocking worn with them is out Ol Slice oranges very thing, arrange the links is a soft white felt hat or a I place. The heavy ribbed silk stock neatlv on lettuce leaves. j?erve with small Panama, but slightly trimmed ing is fcood form. YOUNG cut single breasted and-fastened down the front with a row of ball shaped buttons. The fullness of the back is held in position by a curious strapped shield shaped piece of the material ; ;a-h springs sfralcht burkll OF HONOLULU recommended by Mrs. Harry L. Shaw v trench dressing to which one table-. spoonful of onion juice is added the last thing before serving. CHIPPED BEEF. 1 tablespoonful butter. 2 tablespoonsful flour. 1 cup milk, when cooked add 1 glass of chipped beef,- shredded. . can mushrooms, cut in small pieces. 1 pimento, cut in small pieces or chopped fine. Serve on toast cut in rounds. AN APPETIZER. Pick two crabs in small bits. (I guess one would have to use canned crab meat in Honolulu) The outing costumes of the woman golfer who is about to start for a j-outhern resort should receive no little' consideration. The importance of coats, sweaters, blazers, trim skirts and -smart hats is frequently over looked. One is safe with a loose white sweater, a Diue inohoik coat or a I black and white flannel blazer, worn' with a white wash skirt, on any links.! The matter of blouses i3 important hen one is planning a successful gof wardrobe Both silk and flannel! l.lnncnc o.-ith tho enft mllorl turnout ! ever collars are the smartest- Some' of the shirt materials, both of siik , ' " I WHAT WOMEN GOLFtRS WEAR thought that waistband and skirt mayrThe7 ean. be either high or low, as ce separating. Nothing makes or mars the outing costume more conspicuously than the , kats and neck fixings. The most sat- GIRL White polo coats are still exceedingly popular and much worn by the younger set on the golf links. The coat illus trated Is a new design for spring, crossing in front and fastening with a buckle at the back. Always remember that sports clothes must be the smartest of the smart; oth erwise one's appearance will be dowdy in the extreme. V- Whether in riding, golf, hockey or tennis, women should realize the importance of being prop erly attired. . The number of girls one seeson the golf links and tennis courts tn fragile, unworkmanlike blouses and skirts and thin shoes makes one won der why half of them don't die early deaths. . .' ' : To see a woman playing golf in a tight fitting skirt is always a snock to the real sportswoman in spite'; of the idea fondly cherished by the 'wearer that she is ultra smart So eirl. be careful in yout spV-ti.ir .t i rts cloth if' ' SUCCESSFUL BY Chop line two green peppers, ana cut up one ripe tomato. Mix thoroughly together and moisten with maxon naise dressing, thinned with anchovy paste. . - v " Serve in tomato shells, as an ap petizer. Put two anchovies (which come in oil) on each individual dish. BRAN BREAD. 2 cups Ralston's prepared bran. 1 cup Graham flour. 2 teaspoonsful baking powder. 2 tablespoonsful' of white flour. Vi cup of . molasses. 1 cup milk, Vz teasepoonf ul salt and tablespoonful butter. Bake in a slow oven one hour. . with a band of heavy ribbon of white, though a dash of gay color is not un welcome. As a general thing the hat is dis carded altogether and the unruly locks are comfortably tied down with a broad ribbon of black, red or green; never pink or lavender. Dainty things are out of place on the link3. Lace jabots and pale ribbons are far from smart when worn wiia a golfing blouse. The woman who knows how tc dress effects mannish lies. And a word to the young girls who rilav tennis WAarinir . hpjirts arrmnrt their throats and bracelets encircling their arms. Bracelets are always in poor taste with outing clothes. As to shoes and stocking, any kind will not do. Shoes betray the novice more surely than any other part -of the attire. They should be good, sen sible, low heeled, or without heels. fancy dictates. White canvas or bucks-kin or the tan leather are considered smartest. ' As sporting shoe3 are heavy, a thin , MUSINGS OF QAN you keep stm, girls? It does not sound like a very bard thing to do, and, yet. when you come to think of It and ask yourselves this question squarely, you may find It difficult to give an answer In the affirmative. X would like you to realize how Impor tant It Is for vour health and annear- ance to keep absolutely still each, day for a few minutes. The fact Is often Impressed upon ns that we live In an age of rush and hurry, and we feel that we have to bustle along to keep pace with the times. This makes the need of greater tranquillity even more Important. There is a charm In the mere sound of the word "repose. It seems to con jure up a vision of something delight fully soothing and refreshing. A girl with a reposeful manner is as refresh ing as a shower of rain on a hot. dusty day. The lively, vivacious sister has her own charms. : but she. too,; should try to cultivate a certain amount of re pose for her own sake and for the sake of others. ' 'i v.' .- ' , , .. ; Even' to those of us who most love gayety and pleasure there come mo ments (.when mirth loudly expressed palls and we turn to the girl with the quiet voice and sweet smile. This repose of manner. Is not a gift bestowed upon a chosen few. It Is simply the result of a little care on the part of the would be possessor. It re solves Itself into a matter of "keeping stiiu- v. :;-;::;'r-" r- .Try some tine If you can keep per fectly still for a few minutes. Sit down In a comfortable chair or He on a couch. Let your muscles relax so that no part of your body la held s tense or hard. Let yourself be quite limp Ndw empty your mind, do not think of any th Ing In particular and, above . all. do not worry. . : For five minutes try not to move at all. Do not , play with your ,' watch chain or touch your hair or drum with your fingers. Keep still. . If every girl A Japanese Dinner THERE are few things people And so .. . : . a HalA 0fkmr amusing as some " of meat ; and by a , little . thought 1 and Ingenious contriving , the hostess can supply this diversion for her guests. , A Japanese dinner IS both noveV and practical. The' first thing to be done is to go or sendto a jvarehouse wnicn carries ? Jaolctse- gootfs" and- 'bnyr the artlclesv intended to give the Uble and rooirritsaUuos;jhcTC,'a,M - The Invitations should be written on sheets' of rice paper; add If the guests are desired to -'come; In Japanese cos tumes which will add much to the beauty of the scene it should be es pecially stated on the .Invitations, j nnrsta the: rooms with jars of chrysanthemums, cherry ''blossoms' and iris, while TOWS 01 jspaa? aicrna should Uke the place of . gas or elec tric lighting. :' . ..;,.v - The table ' decorations a - rnoai j im portant part of the dinner can be easily arranged by placing in green vases of Japanese pottery sprays ox wistaria and brown willow. Fana. lade bracelets! carved ivory or rose Jars make suitable souvenirs for ' the 'guests. A.'-' . All kinds of Japanese fare may be . .Applique motifs in diamonds, emer alds, sapphires and rubies on enamel ed grounds ornament the Jatest ca price in watches. Gems, gems . and still more gems are added to the al ready handsome enameled cases, "until the . watch proper sinks to a mere tri fle under its heavy load of Jewels, ' There are small square . cases, and very narrow oblongs to be, seen this season, slim watches and round ones that are thicker but extremely small. The square watches are dainty little affairs, hidden, most of them, behind gorgeous gems. Diamonds and plati num wire, in a checkered pattern, dec orate one of these square-inch watch esthey measure an inch, no more on each edge. Another is a solid square inch of brilliants with a pearl added here and there to top them off. ' Two new features in pendant watch designs will appear strongly to those whose quest is ever for the novel in jewels. One Is the addition of an openwork frame to the watch edge, and the other is the hanging gemmed festoons which are attached to the most extravagantly trimmed type among all the latest watches. The open frames are made up of pierced platinum studded with gems and platinum wirework on which the gems are threaded, like - beads, in closely strung rows or scattered as dewdrops on a cobweb. The gemmed borders reach out beyond the, watches, sometimes as much as an inch, a half inch frame being perhaps the avorite depth. One watch measuring only an inch across has a frame half an inch ' In width. It is encrusted with diamonds of remarkable shapes, and in the frame are set seven large pearls that appear to 'be floating in space, so lightly and cleverly are they mounted. The designs of these frames show many dainty; patternlngs in scallops and flutings,' following the shape of the watch on the inside but varying to suit the designer's fancy on the out er edges. A thin model round watch is finished with a square-edged frame; one frame 13 fluted so that there U a fascinating undulation in the platinum wirework, while another has a border, with concave lines terminating in COSTLY CAPRICES IN WATCHES ELINOR- HUE would allow herself fiva mlnutat of this repose every day she would keep . young longer and would obtain, that enviable charm -repose of manner. At all times we should be; on on V guard about Indulging In unnecessary movements. Lots of girls twitch their fingers, lock their, bands together tha entire time they are carrying on a con versation. ; I have seen another blink her eyes in a nervous fashion, and yet . another trirl tap the floor with ber foot all tha Urns she was bavins tea.wlUa me. ., :"? .-. .' v..--.;, , ' ' ; " ; These peculiarities should : not be) laughed at. We should feel sorry for the poor girls who have allowed them selves to get Into thess. habits.' - v . A good plan Is not to allow yourselves to make a movement or gesture which has no meaning, r It is ths only way to preserve that beautiful repose ot manner which Is so attractive NEWS FOft THE CHATELAINE. Q.OODNESS knows there were enough' trifles on the 'chatelaine to mka it rattlo like a decrepit motorcar, .but , another novelty, has been invented and one which every girl believes is quits as necessary to her haDDlness as tha L vanity box, the smelling salts bottle. the memorandum tablets, tha cigar its case or the bonbon box. ; w The late novelty Is ths hairpin box of such' tiny proportions that It holds only a half doien invisible wire balr pins wjth which Ao secure vagrant locks. About half the length of a cigar, of similar .shape, , but amaxlngly flat, the odd little box opens lengthwise by : pressing .a 'Jeweled ' clasp and works 6n a smgle hinge. . If the .chatelaine outfit is In gold tha hairpin box must match it, but the lit tle convenience comes in sterling or plated silver or In gun metal.' and often it: is" charmingly engraved or,.mono grammed. In enamel it "is prettiest of all, but that material is too costly r v bought at Japanese tmportlnr boused The following Is an excellent menui , V- : ' ' '? ' Salted Plums. ' : : '; ' -- Chicken. : v Rice, . ! A f .-.' Busht : . Kurl-Klnto, , preserved Fruit. '. , Fancy Cakes. . ,Tea Sushi and; kurl-kinto .sre ."not such dreadful complications as they sound. Sushi is . composed "of a cake made of boiled, rice and preserved ginger and "TYft'iLLWUT trip .ftf-flth. lLnon . tha top of it. Kurl-klnto Is a mixture of boiled chestnuts and mashed potatoes. i " , UNPACKING AFTER A VISIT. T)ID you ever get back home after ' , long and . pleasant sojourn In friend's house and feel gloomy as you took things out of the trunk to reailxa that the fun was over? - " : it takes a good deal of the right kind of character to slip back into the old places and the old traces without bemjf cross. .We have had such a'good tlmel1'. People listened when we spoke, laugh ed at our stories, asked us what wa 70uld like to do. Now that we ars home again nobody pays much atten tion, nobody considers' what we like. we do not count for much. We are not heroes and heroines; we ara shorn ol wines and balos. -."VA V; , four points formed of clusters of dia monds. ' " I'' Two unusual bordered shapes are the triangle and the hexagon. The frame on each of these follows the symmetrical contour of the watch it encloses, and the faces of the watches being round, small corners are left which are filled in with gems. The festooned watch comes In an endless variety Of designs. ' An especially ' handsome pendant watch has a silver gray enameled case with an applique motif In dia monds In the center. This motif is repeated three times in the festoon work, a border of small diamonds finishes the enamel, " and diamonds and pearls drop in little prisms for three inches below the watch case. These watches make beautiful neck lace pendants. The effect is enhanc ed by thef sautoir chains on which they are hung. A sautoir is one of those neck chains with an extra, straight piece between the circle of chain and the pendant ; generally there are matching plaque pendants attached. - ! The ornament on the sautoir which is placed at the junction of the straight strip and the neckcircle matches the. decoration on' the watch case and the chain follows the color scheme of the watch. An example of such a jewel has an ornament of large diamonds on the sautoir copying the diamond motif on the watch. The sautoir chain is made up of three rows of gems, a row of emeralds between two rowt of diamonds, carrying out' the 'idea in the watch, for the case is' completely encrusted with emeralds and trimmed by a fringe of flashing diamonds- and emerald drops. r She Jack, wnen we are marnea 1 must have three servants.: He You shall have ' 20, dear but not all at the same time. TO CURE A COLD TO O DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is cn each box P4R1S METJICZKS CO. f. Loam- D. ft 4.