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: HONOLULU GTATi npLLnTIN, WEIDKESDAY, XOV; 20, 1012.
Reception and Art Exhibition at
; Kiiohana Club. V'
- On Monday erenine; the Kiiohana"
Club held a reception for Mr. D. How j
L-tard Hitchcock In order tbat:Honolu-
lna roixbt ; have an opportunity of
viewing the artist's latest work. There
were many beautiful paintings shown
-. and much Interest 'waa displayed by
the gnesu. v During the evening light
? ; refreshments were served by a num
v l-er? of young f ladies.' ' Among' those
present were Mrs. Henry Waterbouse,
" -: Mr. and Mrs. Carl du Itol, Mrs. John
., ' T. Warren. Mr. an Mrs: Arthur ,Ar
' r : . ledge. Mr. and Mrs. . Arthur . Hubert
j, -Jones.. Miss Mary Bordan, Mrs. Suth
: X erland, Mrs. It. Held ford. Miss Fol
sorae. Mr. A. R. Gurrey,' Jr.; Mr and
Mra. William Love, Dr. Emerson, Mrs.
BTon O. Clark, Mrs. Les'.ie Clark, Mr.
anu Mrs. WiUiam Wall, Mrs. Marsion
- Campbell, Mrs. FredeiiCka,DavU..Mrs.
J , Hansen, Miss Williamson, Miss .Agnes
' . ' Alexander.- J4ss Buford :; Mrs. : Ail
' lrem and otherc. - ' i '
Trustees,- Faculty and - Senior Class
of Oahu'.CoJIeje; Entertained. ; '
; The annual rccefition for, the trust
; ees, faculty and senior class of Oabu
-eollcge took place last Friday even
ing at the Lonie of President andMrs.
.-; "A. F. Griffiths. , ; : v ;
A musical program was arranged by
Miss Margaret CJark.; whi) was assist
V ed by Miss L'ad well Miss - Latham,
;y Miss Gemma Wadraan, Mrs. Charlotte
. ' ' Ewlng and Mr. Miltner, . Miss Clark
: V read jl paper on -the Ibree classes pf
.'V. music, the classical romantic ant'
v modern. , - Thon' before the selections,
'' were rendered she also read of 'the
characteristics of , the composer 6f Xhe
selection;. ; V-;--':-- .'fx''-.
At the conclusion .of i.tJje prosram
' refreshments were served anvd the re
mainder of the "evfcning was'spent in
conversasjnne. These yearly, affairs
f.: are looked forward to byu the trustees
"k and faculty as well as by the students
for they aro always enjoyable as-wetf
- , as instructive. -
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Mrs. J. G. Rothwell . Entertains ' at a
Swinming Party and Chowder ,?
supper. ' r . . . r
On Saturday evening Mrs. J.x G.
v Roth w.ell entertained informally at a
chowder ujner,' in' honor .ot her -son,
Guy Rothwell, wh'o. .celebrated -hii
birthday on Saturday. The guests
' surfed In the moonlight and after par
taking of a delicious chowder., played
pames on 'the-Jawn,:of..the Outrigger
Club. .Among' those present. were Mr.
' Guy - Rothwell, Mr and Mrs. E; D.
Baldwin, Mr.' and Mrs. G. JI., Gere,
Mrs. Dickson Mrs." Alexarder,..Ml3S
Gcrtmdo Tunier, Miss Gcnevlete
Young, .Mis?" Elizabeth. Pratt,: Mrs. L.
F. Turner, Hiss-Jessie Baldwin, Mr.
' F. L. Iladlcy, Mr. a Hadley, Mr. De
Witt Alexander, Mr. Douglas, Baldwin,
Mr. J. Spalding, Mr. ; Dwight Baldwin,
Mr.. .Farrant Turner. and.JIr. J Curtis
Turner.. . . ' : . ;. ,. .
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the real standard
of perfection in go
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Guaranteed for Life Priced
.Popurariiy-S6 to S2S. ;
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if re. II. A. Baldwin of Mauf enter
I lained at an enjoyable sewing tea on '
Wednesday afternoon of last week for
Miss Dolree of San Francisco; who fa
vlsitlnr on l:auL The ruests Inelud-
j ed Mrs. B. D. Sloggett, Mrs. Edward
Bowm..' Mm. H. P. Baldwin. Mrs.
Millie Hair. Mra. W. S. Nlchol.1 MrsJol Oahu Colleee.
Fitrrerald. MrsT W ' Collins. Mrs.!
S. E. Taylor, Mrs.'' E. B. BlanchardJ
Miss Mary X: Flemmlng, Miss ? Rae
Leech, Miss Alexander and . Miss Ida
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Mr.; Albert i and Mr. Le . Roy : Bush
are issuing Invitations or t dance .to
take place on. the thirtieth of No.vem-.
br '- .-.; -v.., . v .;v--v. j.' -i
; Mrs. George. Klueget and " Mrs," Fred
Angus ' are . entertaining! tea- this
afternoon fof ilrs. -Fred Bedrdsley,
.who Is viiiitlng in Ito city (or a abort
Mrs J; W lleara&Iey, who is ItIsH-
Ing la Honolulu : for a. few days,' will
"be the. -guest of honor at a bridge
luncheon tomorrow afternoon at which
Mrs. Arthur. Wall will be hostess -
; Mr. and Mrs, t Harold Castle have
issued invitations for a dance to be
given on Friday evening at the home
of Mr. and rs. James Castle at Wai-
klki. : . -
; Mateo Sandona, the portrait painter
of Venice, Italy, o will arrive : here
f hbrtlj:, before : Christmas td paint, a
number.'of pictures .of Honolulu. soci
cty.folk. .While here he, will. be, the
guest "of Mr. and Mrs. X. G. Hawes;
Mr. Worth'.' Aiken of Maul is spend
ing a, few days in Honolulu ;T
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Miss Dorothy Guild, of Honolulu,
and Mis-He,len Coulter of Sausallto,
ire the house quests of Mrs. W. A.
Baldwin of Hailu, Maui; ; -f 'i: '
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Second Infantry Dance.
The oEcers and ladles of :the'Sec-
01 ' Infantry are giving a "reception
and dance .next Friday evening,; in
honor of Colonel and Mrs. French; of
''Theffair is to be given at the new
Infantry, amusement hall at Schbfleld
Barracks. the splendid floor giving a
rare oportunlt'y for dancing The ; In-4
vitations are for 9 o'clock. -1 : : 1
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Society Jiotes.' .; ' -:X. y'X f; :: ; :
Mrs. Lackland has as" her house
guest' Mrs.. T.. W.BeardsIey who", was
a resident of Honolulu 'a number of
years ago. , " y -:": - ; ; vV21;
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Mrs. Beardsley spent 'rjweek- end
at; the Volcano house.- , - .. - :,t': X ':
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Mrs. .Lackland " has isrjed'V jnvita-
at the . Country Club r::y fn 1 .. ::r
1 a--ost upon
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success. The kitchen and: the
tatle irfll be cf pcne cdscrrn,
trust to cur large and com
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Then treat yoyr hair ell. 'See '
that it is properly fecLi Growth f
of every Icind demands proper !
food. Starved hair splits at the
"f ends, turns prematurely gray, :
: keeps short and dry Then feed t
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toward giving you rich, heavyV
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. Mr. and Mra; "A.." EL: Murphy and
Miss Thelma -Murphy were the guests
of Mr. and; Mrs. II. P.. Wichman on
Sunday on a trip around the island.
Mrs. Chester Hunn Is entertaining
at a sewing ; party- tomorrow after-
noon for Miss Elsie Smith and: Miss
Jfeta Hansen of San Lorenzo. Cal,
. During' the absence of her husband
Mrs. Kenneth has as her houseguest
Miss Arthur, a tnemler of the faculty
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Mrand Mrs. Norman Camplan. who
spent the - week end " at .the Volcano
returned In th KUauea yesterday -
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I Mr. : and Mrs Georg Rodiek mo-
tored around the island on . Sunday
tfth a number of friends,;:
: Mrs. John; Dyer is" entertaining on
Monday , afternoon ; for Mre. TV W;
Bcardslev. ' -: ,.v-
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Mrs.' Chirles L Hs!P Flatter
ingly Received by GIrj Au-:
:-;dience at. Symphony; :
Introducing to the publlo a' Hawall-an-born
and -Honolulu-trained finger
Of much promise, the Hpnolulu Sym
phony Orchestra Society, last; night
gave the second of its concerts since
it- was revived and v rejuvenated a
number of months ago. The result of
the concert was flattering to the mus
ical organization - and a real pleasure
to discriminating critics, and to ar
tists and audience alike Droved con-
j cluslvely that . Honolulu4 can and will
1 fiunnort ntncprft nttemnta,. pt mnslral
support: sincere attempts; at musical
progress. . . " . - . j . , r "
"Mrs: Charles L.' Hall made her; first
real appearance as a soprano soloist
I last night. Her slnglhg, however, has
been heard here before, but those who
remember the comparatively few oc
casions when 'she has appeared as a
soloist were agreeably x surprised last
night UnquiBstlonably there la' much
of promise In -this , young singer. It
would be nnfalr to criticise her on the
basis of eompleted education,7 for she
Li still in t;he pupil "stage, and 'there is
a great ,deal ofv work. for. her, yet to
do. Ulef equipment of a sweet; and
pure Vlyric soprano, of considerable
range ; and with symptoms of . power,
is a good groundwork upon, which her
teacher, Mrs.. Bruce iMcV. Mackall, has
been building .with.. plenty; of: success.
Mrs.' Hall sang-two light numbers,
the ' Gavotte I from, Puccini's 'Manon
and . "Chant -d . Bacchante" ; by Bem
berg, with perhaps, the best ' effect 'of
the evening. Her v featured number
, was the . recitative and aria "Ballatel
,1a" from Leoncavallo's 'Tagliaccl,' in
: wlilch she was at times slightly at. a
)lossl but- not;so much one suspects,
from. lack of ability to -sing the long
; recitative and aria, as irom eome ner
vousness,: which seemed to appear
when X: the - footlights were ; turned on
after' she had' begun the 'number. She.
has stlll to develop! more spontaneity
of expression, . and her . attack was
occasionally .-uncertain.. v In : the . Pag
liaccl recitative particularly she sang
j a3 if repeating a lesson. YAllthese
! matters,: however, are to.be cured . by
hardwork and greatef musical feipe
rience, and she established her popu-
Iarity in her - home city, unmistakably
last night :.; - ; :
I . Mozart's1 wonderful- G' Minor Sym
phony was 'the chief presentation of
i the symphony orchestra for the even-
j Ing, and the orchestra did remarkably
l wen in me. mierpreiauon . oi tms un
i ifcult composition. In the first two
movements, the. Allegro Molto and the
Andanter there xwe re some well-done
and some badly-done passages,' but
the inimitable swing of r the Minuette
and . Trio Tin J. the .. third, - Allegretto,
brought the, members together finely,
and the Intricate symphony was fin
ished in triumph. . Occasional ' Haws
might be picked with' the wood-wind
section, and the, horns once failed to
respond instantly and fully The pit
falls of the; minor key in this com
position - are" hard to avoid. - As ;: on
the orchestra's first appearance, " the
laok of numbers operated against the
fullest success' of developing a -well-knit
and aggressive tone-body. ; But
of tHe general work of the orchestra',
of its rising victoriously above ; handi
caps and difficulties, too nJuch cannot
be sald..vV:f.';:..- ?X-i& X'' X'::
- The. , overture,: ' Beethoven's , Eg
mont! was not particularly notewof
thy, but the ? closing " numbers, .. twd
Spanish ' dances' by Rubinstein main-
Stained the 'high- level of . achievement
set by. the orchestra In the latter part
of the Mozart' symphony . -Q
;Mr8.L.'.. Tenney Peck accompanied
the soloist with ker: never-falling sue
cess.1 Not a, little :6t the: young sing
er's 'ability 'to 'get through rher : Ilrst
appearance so well . was -due to the:
sympathetic work of her accompanist
" -A speclal "word or praise, "ahould. be !
bestowed on' Carl Miltner; director 'of 1
the orchestra,"! jie has proved not only
his -'thorough musicianship,, but his
ability-to handle his difficult under
taking without yielding to disappoint
ing drawbacks, v i' - ::;'--: " " :
; The . audience was ' large; enough to
make a full house :
The personnel : of the orchestra is
as follows:, .. ' , . :X-; 'X ?'::.;
- Carl Miltner; director. ; ; : .
r First Violins Paul , Tallett G rego
rio Domingo, Emil; Engelnardt, Dr. O.
E. Wall, W.. A. Love.: :
Second Violins E.- Langer. fJrnest
Bush, W. H. Hoogs,Jr Mitchel Ge
rasimos. Clay : Holt . ? ; ivV :
: Viola Chas. P. Brown, Geo. ' Tait
Violoncellos-- B. L. Marx. :v Dr
KtrauD, ; uToortner. . cr ,i 4
Contra Bass-K. ; Petera.v P. HailL.'
FlutesC. 8. Desky, J. Rosensteln
Oboe F. " M BeteLaW'y'i-.
aarinets-C P. Kaletkoa. P XFol
som. Z :- :XJ; :& H V i XiXX:XX
CornetsJames McCabe, G. J. Bols-
Trombones-rJos,; Kaaa, Paul F.
Van Loan.-. ; -': V.'.v'- ' .
French Horns-I. Walmau, E. L;
Kross. ' x vv ;;. '
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