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' for a man to labor in his vocation. Rhake 'peare. And' jet without labor .thorefwere nb eas no rest. Carlvle. , ' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917. TWELVE There are golf cups, and then just ordinary cups By BRIGGS itee whiz; i c- DtDK'T KSAUZQ Jb6 WA 50CH A ' HOW MEN AND WOMEN LOVE h By DOROTHY DIX The World' Highest Paid Woman Writer. : TIIE reason that men and women Iare eternally fascinating to eacn other is because ' each sex Is a perpetual riddle that the other is trying to guess without eTer finding the answer. v Men and women are only attractive C to each other a long as they are dif ferent Women hate and despite sissy ;;men with effeminate characteristlca. Mn loath mannish women who af fect masculine ways and clothes. The more unlike men and women are to each other the more they are drawn together. ' .ThU la whr little Fluffy Ruffles with nnthinr on her mind heavier than her golden locks, almost always outmarries her Dig. strong, sens.oiB sister, and why. refined and wealthy im rni little ladles so often Pick out husky brutes tor husbands with whom they have not a thing on eana In common. , ..: .'- ... : . '' : ' The reason that men and women love each other and hate eacn otner, why they marry each other and Quar rel and .get divorced, and why they never understand each other, is because they are so different consti nMmtiiv ani hMinii thev am) roach everything from a different point, of view and see everything irom suca , different angle. . - ' ' r.V ! rn attar fif lOT fOT instance. The two sexes love differently. --.Wo mon loves concretely. She loves iom specific man. Man loves woman as . tta invpa m ideal which he attempts to fit. with' Imperfect suc cess.5 upon some particular y um. And especially man loves an Ideal. It Is because man loves an Ideal ..fi, thm woman herself that we have so many : catastrophies to love. Man Is in love witn an wt who Is always fair and young, and beautifully gowned and calm and who meets-her husband with a Slad sweet smile when he returns home at night. Booner or - later he comes across tome girl who serves as a fair under gtady for the lady of Wv-sion and rirries her on that; platform, .but, t:-s, life Is no conserver of dreams. la the process of years and viclssl USes of matrimony the wife grows fat end forty. Calm cannot always be re-i-'-cl la the face of teething babies tzi over sweltering cooV stoves. A husband Is bound to see bis wife with crimpers on her hair and crimps in her disposition. ' ' ' - '" ... ii. But the man is still In love with his ideal, who is young and fair and beau-....ti- and so he either goes cut to hunt up one who comes up to his specifications or eise secreu . rards himself as'a domestic victim, cse of those who was handed a gold trick in the matrimonial trade. ; ; That Is, unless he : Is one of the f.??Eti ona of the dreamers who never wake up and who never really see their wives as jney are, tut always surrounded by the- halo or thcf Avn of courtship. These are the men who always speak cf their wives as "Uiue girv - was after they are grizzle headed and have a thirty-four . Inch belt measure. 'Women often complain that ' their v.v.na nvr notice how they look tnd that they have to call their John's attention to the fact that tney nayc cn a new gown or hat, or even that k they are looking pale and sick and Foolish creatures 1 They little realize the luck they are playing oKon thv hftVfl a non-observant husband, for he Is not seeinghis Ma ria as she Is, time maraea ana me damaged. but as she was when he led her, a beauteous hnae, to me aiw. r ihm other hand . women are al most brutally clear sighted In their view of men. No woman has any illu sions in regard to ter husband. .She sees all of his faults ana oerects wiw a clearness that ' would appall him She doesnt still J see the waving locks on his head that she used; to Fu!Il:di'Oij!:.-& . ' fiiSM Pccltive Pirccf ihzt Lydik E. Pinliisi't Vegetable Com' pound Restored Their ; ? HealtHH i ) ':s : ' ; Tonkers, N. T. '1 suffered from a tad case of female trouble, backache, rervousness and indigestion." Lydia E. - rikham'a . Veretabio Compound re atcred my health after everythini else . had failed." Mrs. H. J. L. Feathke, CI Hamilton Ave, Yonkers, N. Y. . ; , ' i Danville, lit would not be aliva today, had it I not been for- Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound as it cured me from a severe case of femala trouble." Mrs. O. A. Co Bateatown ; lioad, Danville, HL -1- -t -..n Hidwsy, Pa. "I wish all . women who su5er from female troubles would ; tike Lydia E. Pinkham'a , Veg-etabla '' ' Compound as I avoided a surgical oper ation by its use." Mrs. a M. Ehtnes, .Xidzway- Pa.-' ;. i - ; orth Haven, Conn. 'Lydia V E. ' rinkhamf Veretablo' Compound-re-: ' stored my health after everything else - bad f aaed when passis? through change) rf life. There is nothing IDte it to 1 vercoao the trying; V") Tuozzsas Isella, Box ; 197, Hotth llsvea, Conn.- -; :'-- v""' :'- . ' The cany1 convincing' testmiomalt constant; published in the newspapers vctt to be proof enough to women who ru-Ter rem those distressin2ri.ls pecu I sitJ e.cirrexthatLydiaE.Tinkham'a Vc-iU'i Ccrima-ia the-ttecichia love to run her fingers through, after he gets bald headed. She doesn't see hlu. lithe and slim, after he acquires a figure with a bay window effect. She doetnt jcar .tie light step of his youth after his feet have begun to drag with rheumatism. She sees him exactly as he is, stout and cciomon place, and growing old. but it doesn't make a particle of dif ference to her. Such as he is. he is hers, and she can loe him with just aa fierce a passion of devotion as if be were the most gallant and hand some and romantic hero that ever graced a six best seller or drew down a million dollar salary in the movies. Women love a man for the man himself, for the heart, the soul, the in telligence in blm, and not for some fanty picture of what the perfect man may be that exists in their imagina tions. That Is why a man may be fat, or bald, or crippled, or physically unattractive and yet be a avorit3 in feminine society and loved by women, if te Is Intelligent, agreeatle and sym pathetic ; Hut a woman who was frankly bald headed or crippled would line a ball room wall until she becomes mummi fied It she waited for some man to ask her to danceor she would die of old age" In a splinter's retreat waiting for some man to ask her to marry him, no matter what gifts of soul and mind she might possess. , Such a woman wouldn't come up to a man's idesl of a dream girl, and he'd be too much obsessed by his vision to ever see the real one. The different attitude that men and women take towards love Is responsi ble for much domestic misery. A man trusts love. A woman never does. A man having once won love feels that it is an enduring possession of his Just as much as his house or his business or his stocks and bonds. Some acci dent may happen, of course, to deprive him of these, but the chances are they will be safely his to enjoy, as long as he lives.-. :: y'-'' ' AFTER HIE WAR, AS SEEN IN IKATIOiV OF PROF. LESSER AMSTERDAM, Netherlands. What will the world be like after the war? A German scientist's imaginative after-war picture Is the feature of a recent number of the German review. "Zunkunft ; The author, Professor Morits Lesser, is a member of the faculty of engineering of the Univer sity of Bonn. ' - y' The professor pictures in fanciful style, a world at peace, In friendly International relationship making use of the" technical discoveries i which have been made during the war tor the development of commercial enterprise.'- The article in part is i as tol Iowa: . ' i'.',f':;ri;,:i-'i;- f':-"; ; "Three months after the end of the war, the directors 1 of ,; the leading banks and ' corporations of ' Germany held m meeting to the number of 3000 in the relchstag, with the home secre tary for .chairman, and founded a com pany. 'For the development ; and use of Inventions discovered . during the war. : The object of the company was to employ in peace the technical pro gress which had been accomplished under the stress of war, and the cap ital subscribed -was forty times as great as required. .'. . .. r ;. .. .,: :, "One object of the company was to build submarines for pleasure trips and to search for. treasure lost during the war. i The great shipping compa nies followed suit by building ; deep sea submarines, In which one could sail without seasickness. These ships traveled t on , a . cable laid under the sea, and . were' worked by, an electric current from the land. ; They Journey ed at Incredible speed,' . making the journey from New York to Hamburg In 48 hours, f 'r H -V- "It was found : possible to build a submarine : which sank to a depth of more than a mile ; and i from tb Is sprang the 'international , company for ralslng the ships sunk during, the wcr. The work was an Immense success, and large sums of money; were made from, this salvage w ork. : There , was also huge prorit in taKU-jr- lAtzvasers In these ships for trips oC cxV'.oratlcc and, sightseers rlcrjr tt t-ottc-c c.t the sea. Shlp3 "were. fiHid -which hid gone' down centuries sjc, and one ex pedition icovered the treasut of a whole contlr.cct, which! was sunk in a Spanish At! Vorftover, rich veins of coal and .Iron' - sad other mlrer:ils were discovered in he sea.' ' Meanwhile Virt!rs3 telcsraphy "V3 perfected until it ,was .possible to send , current around the ef.ti'e world. It was also possible 'Jfo suiMily airships with the current.' A company was founded for a passenger and par cel service without petrol; which be gan serving all Important parts of the world, The parcel traffic no" longer needed numan pilots, because the air ships were guided fri the land by. a simple wireless contrivance. "At the same time, the peace con ference ' at The I Hague, which repre sented all civilized nations, decided on the complete disarmament of all the world without , any restrictions, r By this time every great power had es tablished a fleet of unmanned aero- planed v loaded with thousands of bombs which were to be let loose by wireless current at the first mobiliza tion of the enemy over all his import ant towns. In this way every hostile town and base would be; reduced to ruin In a few hours. This: meant that there could no longer be any war." . Other imaginary mveations describ Wbcb Your Eyes Need Care -Try Mcrins Eye Remedy . Ko BniMtia Jvt Oonfmn. M ecu U VrBrr, irm or trtkiL V rlt tor FrM ! Book ', MiKlMtTKEE: hit rn ?Hini . A woman, on the other hand; re gards love as the most slippery and eel-like of all blessings and as some thing that she is always expected to lose in spite of all the precautions that she may take to hold it. When a man tells a woman that he loves her, and marries her to prove It, and goes on working year after year to maae her comfortable and happy, he feels that he has given about as good a demonstration of devotion as it Is possible to put up. He would consider it silly and su perfluous for him to take bis wife .Aide and swear hectic oaths of con- stancy or make impassioned declara tions of affection to her. And because he feels that he has given his wife a proof of his love that goes so far beyond any mere words, and because it never occurs to him that she isn't as sure of him as he is of her, he doesn't make love to her nor pay her compliments and he never dreams that she Is eating out her' heart In hunger for the spoken word nor worrying herself sick with doubts as to whether he loves her or not You never see stout middle aged men spending their money on mas seurs to have the wrinkles rubbed out of their faces, nor going through the awful contortions of physical culture in order to retain the affections of their middle aged wives, but half of the middle aged married women in the world are suffering such foolish tortures because they are victims of the haunting fear that their elderly husbands no longer find them attrac tive. Thus do men and women love dif ferently, and it Is because each la for ever . trying to probe into the mys teries of the other's heart that they never tire of the love game. ' (Copyright, 1917, by The Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.) Dorothy DIx's articles appear regu larly In this paper every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday. ed by the writer include an American "special, film,- which brought the pic tures of distant events as they happen ed to the theater and private house. Another invention dispensed with the use of coal and gas by preserving the heat and light of the : sun. Traffic problems in the world's great cities by setting pavements and street in mo tion. The article concludes: Finally, as inventions , reduced the trouble of living more and more, the people began to lose the use of their limbs, since everything was done for them, a world conference was assem bled which forbade anyone inventing anything more.w HOW ANY GIRL CAN V HAVE PRETTY EYES r. No girl is pretty if her eyes are red, strained or have dark rings. ONE WASH with pure Lavoptik eye wash will brighten the eyes and a week's use will startle with Its INCREDIBLE results. A small bottle Lavoptik is guaranteed to make . eyes healthy, sparkling - and .vivacious The quick change win surprise you.' Pure alumi num eye cup FREE. The sHollister Drug Company-Adv. - - v TMT Temporary location 78 So. ICing St opp. Union Grill The House of Popular Prices w ii v jl a ,(S wt Jim) L t -fee ' 'fc3 I " 1 'm V fiowE cuw.my alnP ?55 pgngrTOetSl X WOT 11 ' HEALAKIS WILL OUTRIGGER CLUB The Healani baseball team of the Pacific Leazue will sdve a big benefit dance at the Outrigger Club on Satur day evening at 8 o'clock. Sam Ka- halewai has charge, of the arrange ments, and this will insure an an ex cellent time. Excellent music has heon AAcnred for the occasion, and according to advance reports there will be a large crowd present. The Healanls have been making a good showing of late, and promise to u nna tt iht tmnst tpATxx in the league. They have won the only game played thus far in tne secona series, and this was from the Asahls, consid ered one of the strongest teams in the league. The' Healanls have nolnted every thing for the chamnionshin in the sec ond series, and. prospects are bright for a chance at the pennant. Among the players who have starred for the Healanls are: Haneberg and Ladd, c; Hoillnger, Rawson, Kuehn, Ptter son, Baldwin and Brown, p; Meflree and Maglob. lb; Diehb 2b; McTighe and Kauhane, 2b; Victor, ss; Hughes, Rawson, Bushnell, Crane, White, Dec ker, Haili and others. ; "What's an optimist?" "An optimist Is a person who'll go Into a rest aurant without a cent in his pocket and figure on paying for the meal with the pearl he hopes to find In the oyster Illinois Siren. Genuine UiraMl MM mm 0 E Abolish Pumpkin Pie and Tarts For Johnny Cake and Yar Bread THE Y. W. C. A. featured a wheat less day at the cafeteria yester day at noon. The affair proved to be a success. When one young lady balked at having a pieless meal, BEFORE Oh, bring me back to the wheatful days, to the joys of pumpkin pie. Oh, cut me a slice of mother's bread and away with the chunk of rye. . Bring in the tasteful tarts and buns that sister used to make. And make ye yearn for the big white loaf that mother used to bake. V---- . AND NOW ' kv-''-'- Tour brown bread's 'quite delicious, and the marmalade Is fine. It's far more' beneficial when the summer sun does shine. ' . ; 1 Please bring me on some old corn bread and cast aside the pie. For wheatless days may hide a t ear, may save a mother's sigh. . ; CARD PARTY Leahi Chapter No. 2, O. E. S., enter tains at whist Friday evening, Aug. 10, at 7: SO, at the home of Mrs. H. H. Wil liams, Nuuanu street, prizes. Mem bers of Lei Aloha and Harmony Chap ters are invited .and may bring a friend. Score cards, 25 cents. Adv. MRS. S. KAIU DIES AT ' HER HOME ON KAUAI Mrs. S. Kaiu, one of the best known women of Kauai and one who has ac tively participated in the life of the Garden Isle for many years, died last Thursday at her home, following a brief illness. The 'illness occurred while Mrs.; Kaiu was fishing. Ac cording to : the Garden Island, " Mrs. Kaiu, with her husband,' was a leader 20 years ago in the Kapaa district. mist til;. Au Labeled and Pre-shr Golfer; CUPS" she was told that this program was initiated to save a life at the front. Immediately she begin to tell of the many good hlngs which were found during the luncheon. If you cant play them. - : - '." v. That being the case,' why not buy yours from Ernest K. Eaai anjd re ceive a complete private course of in comparable Kaai-method lessons free with any ukulele yon pick jout?- ; Tou set the hours for your lessons yourself. - - y-i '-'- Our ukuleles range in price from $6.50 up; all , instruments are guar1 an teed and we guarantee to teach you pieces not merely exercises. ; . Now la the time; call tomorrow for further details at our new store, 1128 Union street, Wolters Bldg. Adv. William M. McQuaid of the Kona Development Co. is a visitor in the city. ' .-.-i .v NOTE: creased be comi uitULELES ARE i m jtm i run it T "ST, U1' I -J " l I TT U1V.U PaP$Pes Wn National OU; i pit , i jlU YoriC f . ; ArjOT;:5th Uhwmcj America! , 1. Another At -f ' ' fC- cted to the York Lj " . bye-election At Boi I grave, pro- troit 5. ' -V ie Sinn Fein AtW Kilkenny by eago t .. ; ',"r'. 1 - f the National- -At Pi ; 'i-h"' BOOSTERS LL DISCUSSPLANS FOR DIG YEAR Anticipating a banner season at the ' College of Hawaii, a number of the. leading ; boosters for athletics will meet at the Outrigger Club on Sat urday evening at 5:30 o'clock to talk over the situation. It is expected that f plans will be outlined at this meet-.V Ing to form a committee to work on athletic activities .daring the fall. -: ' The college has been presented with : handsome cups by Wlchmans, Wall b Dougherty and Culman, and some de-J cision aa to the presentation of the trophies will perhaps be made. Inas much as there are a number ef new students planning to enter college this : year. It is expected that aome sort of organization will be formed to ex tend the welcome hand, to the new comers. , . v- . . '-i..' ;' V - .',! ' :t Among ' those who are expected to ; attend the meeting are: Mrs. Walker, -the Misses Doris-Noble, Ruth Parting ton. Katherine, Blake, Jannatt Sharp, Katie SInglehursf, Grace Morgan, and . Bromley, Cowan, Poole, . Nicholson, Brash. Fowler, Denlson, Spencer, Ballentyne and Wung. . 1 Go to the for cooling sodas and soft drinks. i'