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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TFIUIJSDAY. OCT. 3, tQl2.
HAWAII'S BEAUTIES OF FORM AND CABINET MEMBERS GUESTS
&
OF PRINCESS AT A REAL LUAU
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COLOR ARE SHOWN IN EXHIBITION
Mr. Duncan Smith's Canvases
Displayed by Kiiohana
Art League
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!.',.'. !:iTL" I . ! ; 1 1 ' 1 "' ' li"
.. j.i. .-!'! a' V,- h;t; of Hi"
!Ht'ip: of M i rj'ir:aii S.n.'li ;i! Ih"
K i!"h;ti,;i Art 1.. a;:iie i ; - i iiivl.i mrf
mi i pi ;.--'i ;it Tiii- .-i' w. .'i v. o;-i of n.
ii 1 1 1 . ! :. tho,.,fi !. !)'--n work-
ii. r 1or n;ui s;v 1.101h?. lias
ii,',,- !::s woil. mi t.v 1,1,1 :! that
!;i ; li;..'':l s v !i i tj ' ! Ml came it .- a V-
i - ' 1 1.1 io ttio.- pfl i i - ' ! I" bchuid
.1 ;:r.-i T;!!i'-.
I'.i ; :. :, . .,1; fus n;od't-tv conc-ni- 1
Jill', M- ) .1 i ' : anions T 1 1
tj:aii.. ! a.-.,. : . of !. artir-t. j
Tan 1- :( -if!-: paint inirs
t-fio.vn at A;i l .. ;!: each ;
one M-eined ;t little li'ii-r than the
other. canviii-yK show M-enes on I
Hawaii. Mam and Oahu. To out- who
is laniiliar with the scenes in Hawai- ,
tan life the portrayal of the cattle ;
hhippniK at Kawaihae could nc( have 1
--11 more real or more true to life, j
The cattle that surrounded the boat ;
tied to it by their horn:-:, the boatmen ;
and the cow boy with his pony most
rovered with water, are all ho deftly
portrayed that one could almost hear
the tiw ibh-swat-hinK of the water, the
bellow of the animals, the good-na-lured
expletive of the cow boy and
the tourist's, "Oh. what a shame.!'
Canvas number one, "The Water
fall, Waimea," attracted much atten
tion and was a close rival to canvas
2i. "The Pdue Parasol." This seemed
to be a favorite with the majority of
the spectators as well as with the ar
tist himself, who acknowledged that
lie thought it the most beautiful paint
ing in the room. It hung at the en
trance of the room and met the first
gaze of all who entered. This showed
a girl sitting in a wicker chair (her
back to the artist), gazing into a large
blue parasol. There were several
paintings that depicted this same
young woman, who Is the artist's
niece, Miss Elise Miles, well known
in Honolulu, having visited here but
a short time ago.
Island people are familiar with
paintings of Rainbow Falls on Hawaii,
fctfll "Mr. Smith's canvas of these falls
seemed to hare a new and different
touch. His grasping of the Hawaiian
coloring, so new to him, is wonderful,
and one who has made the Islands his
home could haTdly have done better.
To ( the ihinds of many, never has a
newcomer been able to do such true
work as has this young man. The
group of pictures taken from ,Alewa
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This advance in the price
of our milk is made nec
essary owing to the in
creased cost of feed and
the general advance in all
operating expenses.
New handling equipment,
including an up-to-date
refrigerating plant, has
been in stalled in our depot
on Sheridan street.
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Association
Phone 1542
v ''-'i a M"'1! of cone
Jliejj; 'J ,i.v A ere in ! fi e V.l ei V U bit
of ...i ;. -fi". a :d are -aid u be
!!..- l,eM Mkeii fron. that pia..
A i 'iiii 1" r s;rnes at Moanalua.
i'a miliar h" majority ot people,
u 1 re alo sho-n Ci'invas No. 1,
"The Last Ifuys, N ; 1 ' 1 a m 1 . ' with its
nies,ane of r-? and repost. presents
1 he t j 1 n i j t of Hawaiian scenery to a
marked .! jr--e and proves Mr. Smith
a tree aitr' do'.') :;i his conception
and in th handling of his brush. Mr.
.Smith r-; ! lis education in New
Wrk, where .'its own studio is now,
and in ifi' American Acadeinj at
Home, :;ndT tfie shadow of the o0.
niasTt rs.
The l.o.-f esses for last niyht's affair
a ere Mr.-. Kent, a sister of the ai iis?:
Mrs-.lames Wilder and Mrs. Richard
Ivers.
A number of the artist's painting
have already been sold, among them
being No. lit, "Mauna Kea at Sunset";
No. 1. "Waterfall. Waimea," and No.
2, "Kohala i litis." The pictures will
be on exhibition for one week.
The canvases shown were:
1. "Watfft&ll, Waimea"; 1'. "Kohala
Hills"; Z. "Cloud-swept Pastures"; 4,
"Cattle Snipping, Kawaihae"; 5,
"J.!oi;!!i.-.i'j?, Moanalua"; "TLe Jap
anese Mridge "; 7, "The Stream, Moa
nalua"; 8, "The Checquered Shade";
9. "Jn Our Garden"; 10. "Nuuanu Val
ley"; 11. "Rainbow Falls, Hilo"; 12,
"From Diamond Head"; 13, "Black
1'oint"; 14. "The 1'ark, Moanalua";
15, "Koko Head"; 1C, "October in Vir
ginia"; 17, "Nuuanu Clouds"; 18, "The
Uist Kays, Nuuanu"; 19, "Mauna Kea
at Sunset"; 20, "From Alewa": 21,
"From Alewa"; 22, "From Alewa"; 23,
"From Alewa"; 24, "From Alewa";
25. "Klise"; M. "The Blue Parasol".;
27, "View From Tantalus"; 2S, "Ka
hala Beach"; 29, "Near Puuopelo, Ha
waii"; CO, "Kaiko The Surf"; 31.
"Koolau Cay"; 32, "The Terminal Blue
of the Main"; 33, "From the Pali";
34 "From the Pali"; 35, "Cloud
capped Hills, Waimea"; 36, "The
Black Pool"; . 37, "The Sea-blue
Stream of the Ray"; 3S. "Sketch From
Tantalus."
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Well Represented
A: a rii-'KM tivviy Hawaiian )ua. In
a mihi:s:o!i !"i!!el with The n.eniU'oi-vs
.! a (iy.ii'.fN ".ha v. iil never r"iirn.
i : t, 'y:;:iM;. of a ' monarchy an.:
i t h r-!u v; of the reikis ! Kiiisi Ka!
akawa ai'i Q'ieeri Liiiuokalani. Se r -'.t.v
.j Star- Philander Knox a:ui
Mn. Knox were th srjesfs of honor
la-t veniuc of ! Prim-ess Kawara
r.akna Not only was inn affair graced
hy ;he c,ij' rahiner offK-er of i he
i;rt-si(len! . hut by another of his tVl
l'iw caitinoi officers, the Se retary of
tlx Interior. Hon. Walter L. Fisher.
The navy was rejiresented by Uear
Admiral Cowles. I", a. N., comma;:
dant of thi Honolulu naval station.
c;nd Itear-Auniral Reynohls, V. S. N..
who has a( conianied thn .eeretary
of Suite on his visit to Japan, the
army being represented by Col. Wil
bur K. Wilder, commander of the
cavalry at Leilehua.
The Territory was represented, by
the Governor. Hon. Walter Frear. anu
Secretary of the Territory, K. A.
Mott-Snith; the Federal Government
by Judge Sanford L. Dole and Dis
trict Attorney H. W. Breckons.
The Princess met the Secretary of
State -Anile in the East a year ago,
and it was a happy guidance which
led t lie diplomat to the Hawaiian Isl
ands, and to be entertained at the
home of Hawaii's beautiful represen
tative of the dead monarchy.
The guests were received upon the
broad lanai of the mansion by Hon.
Edward Lilikalani, who wore the or
der of Kalakaua and Liiiuokalani,
with the same grace as when he ush
ered the guests into the palace twenty-five
years ago. The lanai was
hung with the -ensigns of America
and Hawaii, and the soft music of Ha
waii nei was heard a:s the guests ar
rived. The luau tables were set in the
form of a large U and were beauti
fully decorated and laden with Ha
waiian delicacies of mountain and
sea. Mounds of. fruits and bowls of
flowers graced the tables, which was
purely in setting.
Music was furnished by the Kaai
and Honolulu Glee Ciubs, and speech
es were made by Secretary Knox,
Secretary Fisher, Colonel Parker and
Governor Frear. Prince Kuhio pro
posed a toast in honor of the two
secretaries. A toast to Princess Ka
wananakoa was offered jby Secretary
Knox.
An old Hawaiian custom was a
pleasing feature, that of waving white
kahilis over the guests, fourteen
young girls of the Kaiulani Home,
dressed in white, performing this
pleasing diversion. From amid the
wealth of ixorlas, red tulle, llima and
maile, ilima leis were taken and
placed around the "necks of the feast
ers. Queen Liiiuokalani was handsomely
gowned in a lavender silk holoku with
an overdress of lace. Princess Kava
nanakoa was beautiful in a handsome
Paris gown of silver over cream satin,
with a hite aigrette in the coiffure
which was built high, her onraments
being diamonds. Mrs. Knox wore
lavender satin with overslip of heav
ily embroidered tulle. Mrs. Fisher
wore black satin with silver trim
mings, and Princess Kalanianaole
looked regal in white satin with over
dress of heavily embroidered tulle.
Speeches were made by Secretary
Knox, Secretary Fisher, Colonel Par
ker and Governor Frear. Prince Ku
hio proposed the toast In honor of
the two secretaries. A toast to Prin
cess Kawananakoa was offered by
Secretary Knox.
STERLING
SILVER
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Richness
Elegance
Beauty
As permanent as the glitter
of a diamond, and in
its way as precious
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A i pong fiie uest who f-nj( the'
hoFn.iaiiiy of Priii- Kawananakoa;
u-i : i
The S.Tjctarv of 'ae and Mr. P.'
'. Knox. Her Maje? Q Lilino
ka!ar,i. th" Prince an i Princess Ka-
lanianaoie. the Governor and Mrs.;
Frear. the Secretary at;. Mrs. Mou i
Sriih. the Secretary of the Interior
a, id Mrs. Walter Fisher. Hen. It. S. :
MilVr; P.ear-Admiral IleveoUs. F. S. '
.V; Itear-Adri'ira! anu Mrs. Cowlesj
" S. X.: Captain Kllirott. I'. S. S. '
Maryland; Mr. and Mr. Siiinsrle. Mrs.!
.Melvia Shingle. Mr. and Mrs. Walter1
.Macrariane. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mac-'
failane. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Peek-;
lev. ('.. Samuel Park. r. Mr. and
Mrs. Cail Widr-niann. Mrs. Frnminia'
Margie. Mrs . Maria Kins. Mr. and:
Mrs. .1. M. Iliuss. Mr. and Mrs. Henry j
Afoi;s. )lr Francis Gay. Geo. Tor-;
re. Mrs. !:. S. Cunha. Mr. and Mrs.;
F. Kl;nnp. Mrs. J. A. Cutn'mins. Mr.
and Mrs. It. W. IJreckons. Senator
and Mrs. J. M. Dowsett. Judge and
Mrs. S. 15. Hole. Mr. and Mrs. A.
iiawes .mi. ;:jhj .mis. iierrn uu -
er, Mrs. F. W. Swanzy, Mrs. Andrew
Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor,
Xf ,....1 Xf,. i' O LI ,.11. ........ M- .1 I
, ..a. u . ui
Mrs. (.. . ( hilhngwonh. Mr. ami
Albert waterhouse
Wilbur
K. Wilder. I . . A.; ('aj.tain Haight'
F. S. A.; Judge A. A. Wilder. Ernest
1 1 f . . . Tl J
rarner, i.esue ocou. noil, cecu
mown, nr. n. v. .Murray, nr. anu
airb. j. a. uaicn. j. i. siccrosson,
miss .Mary i.ow. .miss irene uiCKSon.
.Miss Agues Armour, .miss .Margaret
Mclntyre. Miss Alice -Macfarlane, Miss
Grace IJuckley, Dr. A. G. Hodgins, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Falk, Herbert A. Mey
ers. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dominis, Mr.
and Mrs. George Davis, Mrs. San
down, Clarence Macfarlane, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Jeffs, Captain Johnson,
Mark Ilobin.-on, Jr.. Miss Mackie.
FAR EAST
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rockwell Wickes
arrived in Honolulu this morning on
the Tenyo Maru and will remain here
until the eighteenth, when they will
sail for the Far East, where they will
represent the Central Union church
laymen in the mission- field at Tung
chow, North China. These young peo
ple are exceptionally well prepared
for their work, and have been summed
op by Dr. Patton of the American
Board of Foreign Missions as "a choice
pair."
Mr. Wickes attended the Chicago
Manual Training School, graduated
from the University of Chicago in
1905 and from the Yale Divinity
School in 1909, getting his M. A. in
1H03 and his D. D. in 1909, with a
magna cum laude. At Yale he was the
editor-in-chief of the Yale Divinity
Quarterly. He returned to the Uni
versity of Chicago in 1909 to take
his Ph.D. in New Testament .work.
With this educatfon he has the very
best intellectual and spiritual prepar
ation that this country could give hint.
Mrs. Wickes graduated from Vassitr
in 1907 with honorable mention and
an election to Phi Beta Kappa. She
assisted in astronomy the next year,
took her M. A. in 1910, and spent 'ast
year as a student of the research de
partment of the Chicago School of
Civics and Philanthropy.
Mr. and Mrs. Wickes were married
August 24. Mr. Wickes was ordained
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ceremony is planned for the commis-
sioning service for both Mr. and Mrs.
wickes Sunday morning. Oct. 13, at
(.,, iiniMn ohnrch Thi- serriees
j VLriLr Cirt ThiirarlflV
Vpninir. the tenth, a recent ion will be
tendered them, and other social af-
fairs are bt,ing arranged in order that
as manv ot tne pe0pie of Honolulu as
; posslbie mav come into personal touch
with tnis jjghtful couple
YICA ENGAGES
FAMED LECTURER
Dr. Lyman B. Sperry Coming
to Talk on Travel and
Eugenics
The Y. M. C. 'a. has been in com
munication with Dr. Lyman B. Sperry,
toe famous lecturer on travel, explora
tion and tex hygiene, with the object
of having him come to Hawaii to de
liver a series of lectures in the hear
future. Dr. Sperry wrote to the as
sociation about a month ago in regard
to his coming to Hawaii, to which it
replied, saying that it could be ar
ranged here for him to deliver his
lectures. In a letter received tnio
n orning, Dr. Sperry states that if
rothing intervenes, he will be in 75o'"
nolulu for two weeks tometime during
next April, during wbich time he will
give sixteen addresses under the aus
pices of the Y. M. C. A.
In addition to stereoptlcan lectures
or jtravel and exploration, he will also
give a number of talks involving the
subjects of hygiene, eugenics, and sex
ology to special groups of men and
boys at the Y. M.C. A., tome ot the
local shops and possibly the public
schools. i
Dr. Sperry is well known by a num
ber of local families, rind has been
htre on previous occasions. In addition
to his travel lectures, some oi the
topics of his best, known talks are:
' Sex Problems," "Sex, Home, and. Hu
man Progress," and "Mind and Body;
Which is Boss?"
The finance committee and the
trustees of the Young Men's Christian
Association met at noon today and
took up important matters of the as
sociation concerning the finances and
an outline of the financial policies for
the year. The committee consists of
the- following: F. C. Atherton. treas
urer, F. D. Lowrey. H. ii. Dillingnam,
W. A. Love, and one more man to be
appointed. The trustees present were
P F. Dillingham, R. H. Trnt, C. H,
CooKe and F. J. Lowrey.
The Senior "A" gymnasium crass
will hold its first meeting tonight at
s( vent-thirty o'cloc k.
The boys' work committee of tho
af-sociation will meet this afternoon
to hear reports of the past months'
work and tc plan new activities, tins
cmniittee is one oi best organized in
the association.
Tl NEW ACTS
AT YE LIBERTY
j Two new vaudevii ! .lets ar- to l.e
j add'd to tonight's pro;r.im at the
I Liberty theater. tiu-S'- i.'Mn " Parte r
; son's Ait Studies." a v.cll-kr.owii vau
!e!eillt act of t!'c mainland which
j conies to Honolulu Well t'ecouniiend
I e,i, inasjuuch it has just finished
I a two weeks' enaaei:ie:ir at the San
iFrancisco Ornheuni thearer. Fi"
; persons oil: prise the net. which is a
'decided artistic novelty. Th.. nrh.M'
! n.-w riirn will be Miss Pobbie Pahna.
i lulled as a jovial rai:tinie delineator,
' v. ho is claim? d by the uKinaii'-meni to
lb-' the best "coon-shoute, " e.er i;::
I . erred .here.
j The I.ar ca". r Oj.-ra couipar.y :n
: ( reasv-d in nuiubers, rr . -.r ali'eady e.
J cei'.ent asutegation. ar.d theli- rl.';t;e
i i.. i;;-oarai:i toiiiuiit i.- t I t i r i ! 'i M'
! .pk -i.-ter 'o he !,. i.e.-; o- hi.-, - j -1
tri;-e. j; i in:: a p; oi a:.: i ) i : ; 1 i;p.
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"The picture, 'Revolution In the
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