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EVENING BULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
A PAGE FOR WOMEN AND THEIR INTERESTS n Local Chat: Home and Fashion Hints: Religious and Other Activities: Things Femini-ne :I DEAF AND DUMB TEACHER Feminine Chat TO LOCAL POTTERY CONNOISSEURS I bW Mi r. ! H In t- v ith lonr inn- tin i m i ip" art nrn im U mirl it i t of tlio4i diilnt 'little ncocuHurlpd wjiltii uUl iu imuli tu the charm of tin costume Shortly before tomlng to Honolulu, tlio writer heard The Hlue lllrrt" reml by Mrn l'lcss, a versatile Scnltlc wo limn whose unfortunate martini nlll ancu with n bogus count hud K ft her high anil tlr on the rocks of vicissi tude. At thut time nhe nn "milking both ends meet" by tutoring classes III Treni'li nml tleriniui, unil when u Maeterlinck crnre struck tin, elt. sho rent Ml the largest of the Independent theaters unil Interpreteil the plu to large iiudlentoM ever night for n week. Tlio fnct that mIu hud Kcernl 5 earn irevloul iient a summer In the Hutu Alp Uth the author unil his aceoui l.lfshctl wife, lent 11 peculiar element of intercut to her Interpretation This mill the fact that xliu was her own prenit ngint autl buslnesM manager caused quite 11 furnrf In musty literary circles neir before known to puuctii lito the een tmnr of their way with n, genuine burnt of enthusiasm Uo- ,ftilUR to bo Interview eil, xho scored I nunili Judging from the nl?c of the f audience at the nperu House on Weil- I nestlay evening, Honoluluus in cd to linve their emotions Jogged up a bit In view of the fact that when he pub lished bin llrst play, "Princess Ma lollie." Mneterllnek wan piotluiineil "greater tlinu Shnkcspenrc," the au thor's fame should be 11 sutllcfent ginr iintee of large nml enthusiastic 'iiit'i- ciiuen lii any clime, but oicuMonnlly It tulteu a woman with 11 ftroiiK wnmi ' Mttk blink .( i. tnlln nro In "imm Tin so !r mil. oir u line r m t n chic, fiirnlitlilnt; one i; of tlio unusual to uceoiupllsli rcHiiltM An offer to supply a mcoiin in Hie klmltrRiirtcn londucteil ut I llrnlilinii, Japan, by the .l 1: churth South, maile by the ruMlRiintloii of .Mrs Mm - t-miley 1-runees Little, author 01 Tin. lJidy of tho nect.nitlt.il.1 tame some tlinu ago to MIks (llenn Jones, at the, bead of the kindergarten ilt p irtnu nt , 'of I'.ilumn S, lib incut Miss ,l,,ms! .laiiM iiltlmat. h to ilt .1 ip.iti on o! rouuil-tiie-worbl tmir. but at the t'mi I the foreign 01T1 r was in id, w iv no-1 iibft tu iittpt Itum.-r I n Hi it Mrs j ' Mati'niili bis iigiin 1, turn, d t I 1 p.111 and In iikimI mi wntiim n,,Har litiok with nn t.ii.nl il '-Iiiiil. Mm uxpettM lo bt IiiIiii d in 111. I ill 1" h' r j . 11 lice, Allc. ll kin lli li I- nit, r 1 estlug lo nob in lids 1 ,11111. , linn lb it Mis., Julia (iiitn k 1 tin lit v i -1 1 . . I Mrs MaeCiiub -- hiudtru irt 11 while Hurrah! for the 4th Going to celebrate the 4th of July ? Of course you are. So aro we, and we want you to join us. Ours is a safe and sane celebration - a demon stration of our value-giving ability, that should interest every home-furnisher. f"fc Special Attractions for 4th of July Week " Fir Dresser Tlirit- iliuiwrtt, itlzt of biiKO, lSx!ti; Ih'I plulr mirror, Ux.'O, pnlilon .ik fl n I m h. An exceptional ulue t'iklirutluii prlcu $9.00 Axminster Rugs Sl.f, :!G72; In iirbnl il floral unil tout, ntlomil de signs lMirgt ussoilni. nt hi helect from. L't b liiutlou prlto $3.50 m in llmhlini -JiMm! jrurn iiro ho t(i-iiiiit- Mm M m t'uulo an rxcof li"iiilh .itir.utKi bright ami original A flmpli ami i (Tu the application fur a ttntliMMlo MW' (m Munition tuhlu ialt It ithouM v applUnl nt mice. l'.itch pockets 1110 11 feature of tlio tailor maile shirt, anil Instead of pine lug the solitnr) ipeelnien allow eil to each shirt IiIeIi on the left side It Is rather novel to iet it Just beneath the frill of the skirt. The new veils match the trimming or in neral tone of the hat anil aro rarel benutiriil anil bctnuihiKlv ilulnt) In texture anil origin il In design tine meKh with designs of olil laic I'luiii- tllly hue in buth bl.uk unil white Is I worn "Shallow lace" Is shown for the Urn tlmi In llnuolulii tlrctit popularity In prt'tllttid for thin new trimming "The dclightfull) tool wiaflier ot liiiuolulii" was remarktil upon b two Amerlean lloartl inlslnnnrhs riturn Ing fitun .lapau who were the guests of Miss Julia (tullck during the Inv- nvci or tlie Tuijo llnru at thin port this week Am 11 tcstlnii.il of their xlnttrlt) those wointii wore lnngtn.its on tin tr sights, clog till. oer the 1 1 1 Japan, thc iletlareil, Is despir uti I) liof at thlx xenxou Mlsa Alice Olcviin. Rent by Hie Trco Kluilcrcnileii nml Chlhlrcn'it Alt! Ah Roelalloii to stiitlj playgrounil work tm the niallil.uul, writes to a Rlrl frlcnil 1 unit oil unit' 111 diiu iitrttui oiiiiu j.'i ihims speak In Cloiclnnit. Miss OIo- xoit is ni present in opriiiRiiem wun rolutles. Slio will return to Hono lulu In the I'nll to direct tlio play Riounil work. .,. i m. ir.n..,rla.... This Is Mrs. rorbcs-ltobcrtsoii J jn0'e latest hiiffrnge story ,.A ncKr woniaii was nrgulug nml arKIIK ),), llcr husband, and" when 1 i10 i.nil islied. he said. 'Dinah, yo' ,,,k ,,. . , ... . .... ,. . ' , . , "He. .. . Well. nlRgnh.' slio answered, Tse gnwnn Keep so sernicinn . juiyi 11 itmn 11 u II ntmi ( 'nil iifllilfitl I. .,...... o ..w,v .......i.iw.i. ,'""?" I TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinino Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box PARIS UEDICIK12 CO, St. Lout, u a , Golden Fir Chiffonier of pM ni prnpnrtlmiH It HtiiiidH i ft hlh, in :n In whit iiimI J'i In deep; Iuih (I i l raw t rrt, IU wimm I kiiolis CLltbrutlun price JJJ9.00 Solid Oak Ex tension Table (li.libn lllildi. top llx4S i t, ml-- lo j it jij In flub d Itfcs (Mebrutlon Pin i $5.75 ItctiirnhiR from nil cxtenileil trip abioail, a local woman who Iuim hctu an intliiixlastic potttr. connolxxeiii for jtnrd ha broiiKbt to xtweral of her frlemlH topics of 11 late Venetian book 011 the nritotracy of porcelain The MilumcH are beaiitirull) bounil In llltip leathir ami are llluttrateil wltli inirk IliKf. th.it help to (llKtltiKtilxh the real cm of the cuplioanl It Iuim nlwmi beep er luiril for toilet torn to ilW-tlimnl-Ol between Chilxca ami Vtnlce pirt elaln, iim the pintle nml markH uio almoMt hltutltal The illlTerenceM In the marks arc polntetl out anil the mIiu ilarltles carefnlK cxplaiueil In the opening chapters The prcfate miijm In part- "lotler n maile at Venice from nn carlj tln at leant as far back m COLLEG E GIRL FOR SETTLEMENT R CCOMMKNDr.l) numt highly by Laurens t'larko Scclyc, prosl tlelit emerlliiH of Smith College, ami nlxo by 11 former professor of .1. A. Untli'D at Sprlngllclil, who innile pernonnl lnvrtlRftllon. MIhh Lillian Mooily wU urrlvo In Honolulu Anriisi . in takn tharue of tlio ulrlit' work nt I'nlnnm Scltlemcnt. Miss. Moody Is n tsnillli w"W K,ri- "p'"i " " " "" "- "' "" '" "" iiimiiiitiuii. .'imn ..,. ,.,i. "' tho ncanc inndo by tlio depart iro of Miss Ilcrtlin I'lsher for tlio innlnlnml on Wednesday of this week. II li anticipate, iiim sno win njcci n new lenient 01 inicrest 111 mis imporian , brunch of tho settlement work, nml that slio will huo now and valuable Biiggcstloiis to ofTcr. .,. . ... 1..1 ..."..i...! .., .' K "..'.' . ' ..iV AV .,,. 1 itw loin uiiiiiMim t-u 1. H. ." "", ,ion In bn useil lii niniiitiiliiiiig 20 beds for canter pal lent s and for research, Hilin. 11. 0.. has Mileil lo Rrnnt a " '.. " ...... iiMimw of 5l,fHHt,niH) to uio isruiHii va linill'in f41iliilmllilltii? pnnilifim In ts tnhllsh a shipbuilding plant nej. in Hjd- The t'anadlan Y M. C A. has tie elded lo break away from tho Anier lenn council Hereafter all its edu talloual and rollKlous tanipAlgus will ho llnniueil by Cannillnns. WhiteEnamel Metal Bed In 3-0, 3-d nml 4-0 sizes; height of bend, 44 In ; height of foot, K'i In ; pillars, In t'tkhrutlun prlto $3.00 Cane Seat Dining Chair (lolih li oak, bus long back posts anil brucu arms, turiittl spindle unil em bosstd slats In back C'el chrutlou price $1.35 AGCNTS FOR STEARNS 4 FOSTER MATTRE8SES I'll", It kcciiim that a rich merchant of Vend e. uamcil czl In tompany with .ome otlitrs ciikiikciI In the pro iliitllon of poiitlaln there, KetthiRclny from haxom "'arloiiM articles were maile until about IJIO. bit the ImliiMtr) wiim not 11 Miittess, owlns imrtl) tu the fact that the tl.it tun! to be tranxportcil mo far. Tilt VeiietluiiH cuulil not of toiirMC, touiptte Willi the works of Drexilen The mark of VczzI'h fattory wiim the wonl 'Vena,' 11 contract Ion for Venn 7la, palnteil or Mtampeil oil the piece. l.atir. about 1751, 11 (lerman nameil llewtltke miulc xoine iitlcmptH to in. 111 ufattures porcvhiiu nt Venice, with nil prui Mini icMitltM Vc77'h protluctlons were of more Importuncc ('linfferH (piotcs from nn olllclal report 'C'on- Expert To Investigate IMI'iri'l S to llic Koclnl luCMtlgnllon which Miss lllaKcocr of Now York Cll haH heRiilt 111 IhlH clt) In to bo furnished In n trip to Hawaii In August. MIbs illnstotr will bo no critiiikntilctl by Jiuiich A. Until of Pa- lama Settlement, Miss 1'npe ot lnmc- i.nlliniin nirr,, Sflinnl mill MIRH lloslicr ()t Knnaalln(, somliinrj. nil of whom ro ,0 ,cri((,cl , traH ,,cclInar t n.0 ntlves of tlio territory. This trip .. furIlifci. opporlunltv to study ho Unwunll , iost prlmltlvu stnte. Miss lllascoer will gather inn lerlal whlih will ho valuable In tlio serious work which slio has mapped cut for tho fall. Owing to tlio fact that many whoso scrltos will he a unlilo are to ho nway this slimmer. It 1ms been deemed best lo wait until September before enlisting tlio nld or (ho vnrinus committees Meanwhile Miss lllascoer will continue her study ol tho Inlhldual girl. The prudent housekeeper will be us wary or dm luring In r furniture with polish that Im it i ouiiiii lultil to "ucr nil ilefetts" us she would be of a p.lt- lit incilklne wlilcli l guaranteed to cure eterj disease The hlghl-pol-Ishtil surfates of furniture h.ie often bein inlniil bs n too free use of u so tailed poll.h whltli, not hating been rubbed ill), has hardened unil iiillects (ill of the dust before doing, has tallied a dull film to appear ur the pollslieil ie.1 surfaces A simple ami ef- e polish for cleaning furiiltiiic removing m Hitches Is lnade of ft cm I iti.l HUH l llimillh rtllliviivn n II""'" 'I I om thlid HUMII-.I oil ami two-thlnls! ,biiulne It should be appll.il with a ruling done, or honks inndo, si-nd tlicm I paint brush whlih has very soft brls ""S"' ,thi ami robbtd do with an old soft pitte muslin or I'onBHH I polishing dampen a cloth with the I mixture fold It Into n pad. sprinkle u few drops of oltohol over the surface , of iht pud and rub the furniture linn- b and ipilckly. Hub oilly 11 small part ut a lime ami bo sure, to rub until the surface Is quite dry . A Parisian newspaper issued nn ex trn edition with tho declaration tint tlio "Mima Lisa" stolen from tho Louvre has been discovered by detec tives, Captain John Dibcrt, n lumberman and capitalist of Now Orleans, Is dead, Cit.bti.i-a i7so Walter Baker & Co.'s CHOCOLATES and COCOAS For eating, drinking and cooking Pure, Delicious, Nutritious AV . ", TttKbtcrid U. a 1'atiut Office Urcaklast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins liukcr's Cliocolato (unssfcct ened), l-'2 lb. cakes German's Sweet Chocolate, l-l lb cakes" (or S.I. by Leading Grocer, in Honolulu Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. UOUCIIESTr-U. MASS., U. S. A. 53 HIGHEST AWARDS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA cernlmr the in.inufacturti of JupancMC porcelain, It wiim comniemeil only In UB3, ollr extellenclcs were ejcwlt iii'mhcm of Its raplil progress, unil there fore ilcsertcilly protccleil nml nsslxteil the inaiuifnctiircr, llcwelcke lie now wmltM with three furnnccM, ami Iiiim erected 11 fourth, a cr larRe one, for the nmlHirm.urc of illsheM. lie hits tons(untl) In his emplo) IS workmen, Ineliiillng the Mix npprentlceH whom ho has uiiilertnken to eilucatc, ami from the ilate of bis irl lleKe In Alien!, UfiS. ilown to the mlilille of Decembi r, 17(10, Iuim ilisposeil of in.000 ilucatM' worth of nianufiicturtil rikmIx, etc, mi) that It may be fairly Infi rrcil that lie will et (ontinue to make Rreater progrenK, both In quantity ami tiial- CHILD'S BUREAU Tor the first time In the history of our government a woman Im tu ho ex tciitko head of a IViIernl bureau lly I'lesblent Tuft's appointment nod stib MtHeiit confirmation by the Senate oil April SI, the new honor conn to .Miss Julia C Ijithrnp of ITiicago, soon to take tliarge of the recently established ('hlldrtn'H lltircau The position Is said to carry with It a salary of J .",000 a J ear Miss Ijitlmip Is n graduate of Vnssar ami a recently elected trus ttc of that college t'liinnicntlng oiulhe uppoliitment to a rtpresentallxc of the Congregatlon nllst, I'rof (Jraliam Taj lor mild, "Them Is no more capable woman In human itarian work In Illinois" ThTs Is no mi an praise, for both the States and Its mctiopolls are notable for the lend, ershlp of their women. In replying to the ImiulrlcM from Washington on Miss lithrop's Illness for the new position, .lane AibhiuiH of Hull House and Ju lius Ilostiiwald, the mtrehant philan thropist, nulled in a ttltgrain In which '.ithei said, among ntlur things, "V fan not toncelie of u more Ideal up poliituient, toiislderlng executive uhll lt. s)iupalh, deliberate, sane Judg ment tomblucil with yturs of experi ence " Silt h tributes toine spontaneously ami biarlll) from Miss lithrop'H tlns est nssoclateM Kor some tiniu much of htr most Inipoitaut work has betu iltine In the ( 'lilt ago Sthool of Civics and riillnnthropj As Its Ice presi dent anil st t oml In commiiuil to Pro fessor Ta lor, she has w lehled a larKo Inlliience In like manner us all as -"""'"' -...en ". in... ....use sue on '"'' c"""" l""e to June Addams ' ' sociate resident of Hull House she has . "ntc Jon lionlts jon want hound, All i AN KXI'IMIT lonelier for llio deaf nml dumb In tho person of Miss Sarah Mcllrldo Is numbered nmntiK the summer tourists In Honolulu. MIrs Mcllrldo Is n member of tho faculty of the Slnlo School for tho Wear nt Vancouver, Washington. She Is n grailunto of Miss Gnrertt's School for the Dcnf In l'lillndclpliln, nml for two ears after rceclvliiK her diploma, taught In Now Mexico. Miss Mcllrldo says that Washington spends more for Its deaf and dumb than for any other tlnss of imfortun .lies. Tho Institution with which slio Is connected hcliiK conducted under tho niiBpkos of tho stnte, nil Instruc tion Is glen free. Tho only oxpenso which tho students nro called upon lo bear Is tho rnllwny fnro lo tho Insti tution, and If there nro good reasons why this cannot be forthcoming, tho passnge Is paid by tho county In which ho or she roBldcs. After finishing nt this school the students are given tho prhllego of taking post grailunto work nt Gaulndct In Washington, 1). ('., three hundred dollars being ad Minced for their expenses. If they do not elect to ko on, how ever, they nro In u position to ho self supporting. In bcnrliiK out this nsscr linn Miss McIIrlde cites tho tnstnnco of two ho) s, who, after their gradua tion nt tho stnlo school, opened a 1 rlnlliiR shop In Tncomn, Washington, where they nro snltl to ho doing a thriving business. The hoys nro IniiRlit such useful trndes nB shoemak Ing, carpentering, printing nml nil. tho girls receiving instruction in sowing, cooking, laundry work and art. Tho enrollment of tho school last vcar wns nno "hundred and twenty-live. GOOD THINGS TO EAT AND DRINK IN SUMMER Knnnlo Morrltt Farmer, tho cookery editor of tho Woman's Homo Compan ion, writes In hio July number of Hint periodical on "Tempting HoPVcatlicr DIbIics." Slio snys Hint good house wives should try during tho summer summer dnys to stimulate the too often llagglng appetites. Sho gives n number of recipes, three of which follow: "Chocolalo Kgg-nnd-Milk Slinke I'ut two tnblcsponnfuls of llncly crush ed Ice In a timmhcr, nml mid two nml oue-hnlf Inblespooiifuls of chocolate sjrup, one egg, and two thirds eiis tills of milk. Shako thoroughly ami ttraln. Add a few gratings of nutmeg or a few grains of cinnamon." "Sunday-Night I'nvorlto Cut cold boiled potatoes In half-Inch slices, and then cut slices in hnlf-lnch cubes; thero should ho nno nnd one-half cup tills. Add three hard-boiled eggs, finely chopped, one-fourth tablespoon ful nf finely chopped onion, nnd one canned pimento, drained, dried on a towel, mid cut In thin strips. Moisten with salad dressing and servo In nests of crisp lpttuco-lenvcs." the points in favor Crisco Have been tested by leading chefs and domestic science teachers. For cooking CRISCO is better than butter or lard. At All grocers Tvvelvo teachers wcro employed, eight bolus for the literary work nml four for tho trades. Students nro taken at nB early an pgo ns possible, sometimes being but six jenrs old, They nro kept nt llio Institution until thoy nro tvvcnt-iine. At tho lime of their nrrlvnl they know absolutely nothing, and not only the most ndvnnccd methods, but tho ut most patlcneo on llio part of llio lenchers Is rcnulrcd to lay tho founda tion ol tl.elr education. The oral method Is employed entirely In llio clnsBes but Is combined with llio mnutinl oulBlde of class work. In tho ions run It would bo heller If tho Iwo methosils were not combined, Miss Mcllrldo suis, but they aro taught In this way lo express themselves miith sooner. The hardest part Is, ot courso tho language. They stnrt in with the elements and gradually de velop mi understanding of words. Through feeling they lonrn tlio J.ir of sounds, and through sight aro tuught llio meaning of form. While very tnxlnc In tlio nerves. Miss MclJrldo hcllovcs her profession lo ho one of tho most interesting In tho cnlcgory of child Instruction. In coming to Honolulu slio hoped lo sc cure a position with a vlow to remain ing Indefinitely, hut ns tlio Depart ment of I'uhllc Instruction docs not anticipate branching nut In Ibis dlree Hon for somo tlmo, sho now plans tu return to her work In Vancouver (ho Intti.i nnlt of Alicust. Miss Mcllrldo Is accompanied on 'tho trip by her Bister, MIrs Mnry Me I Ilrlde. anil Miss .luanltn Ambrose, both public school teachers of Helling ham. Wash. "Luncheon Ico-Crcam Coffee l'our out coffee remaining In pot, chill Uior ntighly, dltuto with cream, nnd sweelt n lo Instc. Servo In Inll glasses, allow ing nno Inhtcsponuful of Miulll.i Ite crcam lo each glass." All Grocers of KPR AN D3 i i v. i QStr 'il iiiim t mt 1'iffit" yrt,ini ii ..,i.i, m, h H J ii ,.!, ,t , a-. yv HW"- ""ff- WWwwiAtiftmWiwi L.-