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$t.50 DRESSES for 00c; made nf
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Chambray, embroidery trimmed,
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colors, embroidery trimmed, sites
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Made of solid Color Chimbray,
trimmed and. sailor Ties; sizes 0,
12. II years.
$2.75 Drcsscu for $l.J0 made of
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' broidery;. tlzeo 2, 3, ).
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edjWlth Embroidery and Velvet
Ribbons; sites' 2. (3, 4. ;
50c Quality 35c
Made of nliigham In Jight blue and
.pink checks and stripes.
Best Quality, 38 Inches wide, .In all
colors, tjij yard- h ' if
Tlic tea which Mrs IUjmunl do U
arard gave ou Saluiday afternoon'
nun four until seven was a moit sue-1
Hsful affair. Tills chniinlng lioalpssl
jlv.uvs cntcitnlns wqll, mid on r.itin
i" i a nuisluil progi.m i rlc e-l
iltstb which wns thorough!) cnju)itl
Urn. (Jorgo .Macfai ant- n.ij fir Hait
ey Scott contributed the viral iiui.i
rs. Mrs.' R"'ll. 'Ilnnmlirh relied
l Mrs. tirhl-st 'lids p1icd tlio vlo
n. Mrs. Htllllier Scotl's cxqulsltn
nili -j was heard to advantage and Mia I
. purge Macfnrlanb Bang magulllcenll).
'Hie dramatic finality1 of bcr vnlco made
tuwlf felt "Don't Cr, Utile Olrl.
Don't Cry," was the holectlon chosen
In Mrs Humphrls, which was done In
.1 finished manner. Mrs. Krncst Moss
contributed much to ,tho pleasure of
the nttTnoon l) her well chosen num
bers Tea was served from dalnt) lit
tle violet bedecked tables on the laual
i nml In the drawing room. A lago
table was set In the dlnliiR room, most
t attractively decorated with violets.
'.Miss Chrlstobel Laynrd assisted In nt-
- tending to tlio wants of the, gucsU in
company with Misses 1illo Neumann
and Elba Schncfcr. Among those lu-
-vltcd anil; present wero Mrs. ficoigo
(barter, Mrs. Jninca ,D. Castle, Mm. It.
y. Puton, Mrs. Banfortl II Dole. Mrs.
Wcthcrlee, Miss Wothprlie, Mrs. J. O.
Carter, Miss Carter, Mm. JJabhltt. Mrs.
I.ungc, MIsh May Damon, Mm. S. M.
Damon, Mrs. Wilkinson, 1-iuly I'la
falr, Mrs. Itodlik, Miss Tilllu Neumiuin
.Miss Jessie Kaufman, MIsb Nanule
Winston, Mrs, James VllJo, Mrs.
1 Charles WlldqMrs KoiikcMib. Pike,
Mrs. Klainp, thq Mlisoi I'ouu(, jlri
Ilmvey Murray, Mrs. M. M Scott, MioS
Scott, Mrs. Hrooke, Mis. Gtorpo Mac
1'arlane. Mrs. Oalt, M.r. BUUop, Mm.
Totke, Mrs. Jto-b, Mrs. Liuc. Mm.
liupiphrls, Uid) Herrpn, Mrs. A Tin
ier, Mrs. Stanley, Mlsa Dautonl, Mm.
W. C. Wilder, Mrs O. Wilder, Mr.
Chnrlcs Cooper, Mm. Klmpson, Mm
Bottomltv, Misses Jnnlnn. Mrs. Mist,
MIbs Mist, Mrs. Walker, Mlcuej Walk
er, Mrs A' (I Dawes, .If.
Amonij thq diorierH at the Moan I nu
Sunday evening 'was that of Mr unJ
Mrs.arnuaum, who eiiti.'italnil for
Mr, apdMra, Holmes, Mrs Will Avmy
find ex;(joveiuor Clegliuiu.
Tlio violin rtrltal wlilcli Mr. Rudoll
J, Uuchly, kindly assisted by Mrs.
Hruce'McV', Mackall and Mrs Tennf
Pack will give in the Alexander Young
Hotel ballroom on tlio ovculng of lU-
uiary 6th at S;15 o'clock will prob
nbl) bring out n large audience. Tim
program Is tin unusually interesting
cue iih one can seo below, and the,
Kol Nldrel b Mnx Uracil Is an adap
tation by ona ot the most famous Mer
man lolln writers of the undent He
brew pr.icr, which is used at t ho an
nual servlie, of the Jewish people. This
mclodj is otcr one thousand jears old,
ami Max Drucli has immortalltcd it
and made It famous b Ills crulon.
Last of till ionics tlio group of small
numbers, the first one, the "Coquette,
Is a MSS. of whkh there ale but twq
topics In existence, Tlio unusual and
unique program will icrtalnly attract
the musical clement and thobu who
lime licaul Mr. lluchly play aic most
anxious to heat him interpret this
dinimlt miiblc -Mm. Mackall has coi.im
pleasing numbers, and Inr olco Is a
liuorito one here. Tlio co-iceit Iiih
been made possible by the klialncm ot
.Mrs Tenny I'eck, who Is one of the
best nmatcurs hetc. The full program
3 as follows:
1. Sonata for violin and piano Corelll
Mr. lludoir J. lluchly mid Mm. 1,
Mm. llruco MoV MaUdill.
." Ilalladn rt l'olonulb? ...Vluiixtempi
Mr. Ktidolr J. llu::ily
Mrs. llruco McV. Mackall.
0 Kol Nldrel . . Mix Urai-h
Mi. iludolf J Hi-.l: y
Mr 3. Uiuce McV Mu-.ka'l.
7, (a) U Coquette MSB
lb) I'ollsli Dance Wlulawskl
(c) Hungarian Dame., Jus. Ilralitn"
Mr. itudolf J. lluchly.
Mis. Urjico Mc'. Mickul
'I he conieii lb under tlio patronage,
ill, Mm. George. Carter, Mrs. Hinfoid
II, Dole, Plucej.s iawauiiiiiikoa, Mrs
II. dc II Uoanl, Mro. K, M, Swunrj,
Mru. Alexander Voimg, Mrs. Campbell
Jar,(pr, Mrs. c. W C. Deerlng, Mm..
James Wildci, Mm. A. (1. Hawru, Jr.
Mru W lrriltilt...n M.u If V Mi..--
ray, Mm. Van Vllet, Mrs, I'raud Hal-1
steaij. Mm. F. H. Humplirui, Mrs.
James Castle, Mm. Alox. Unday, Mm.
C. J, Hutclilns, Mrs. U C. Abies, Mrs
Margaret Pencoclt, Mrs. R. D. Tenney,
Mrs. George Mr.cfarlano, Mis, W. D.
Wi'Btenclt, Mrs. H. Tockc, Mm. U
Tenney Peck, Mm. P. A Schacfcr, Xlrs
C. Montague Coolie, Mrs. 1.. Lew Ion-
llraln. Mm. Charles Cper, Mm. Alex
Hcott, Mm. II. m Holt, Mm. John
Mi. nuit Mm. 'J II riwauzi, wliu
nlwnju cnteitiiln ilellglilfiill), g.ne n
flinner on S-ituii.i cvpiilug hut In
honor of Mi, and Mm. A. Itohliihon of
Kauai, who have been making ipiltn a
little Wsll In Honolulu. Among the
other guestd wero Mr. nml Mm -I,.
Illackmnu, Mra.k PranrlH (iaj, M
O.nld Audcruon and Mr. JamcH Cod:
Mr. John II. UHls gae it charming
mind That was .ill No word as to
when the miwtlnli were to laku plate.
Di llolxrl McluDrii stood in lib)
Ltud) waiting lMtlilill) for the bridal
pair e:;k'Hli iifteriuxin. 'I ho did
not come He was inguged for the
(erimnnj, niul lliov ueio to b't theru
nt l::i(), but an lioui p.i-u-rd und not n
sign of, tin in 'I ben n finiillc lele
phoun inestwire 'I he innrilaKO liiinvo
was not foitliruiiiiug Awful calaiulljl
the irriirlhouse was ilosult
II heems that Miss Newton und Mr.
Wilizck hail maile up (hill minds vpiy
aiiildcnl us In I lie iiuiri lam-. Wllmlc
has been ill foi the last two weiks,
nod rauie from a skk bed to be mar
ried A (I Newloti, prominent eillrcn
dinner at the Moana Hotel on Huiidayi"1"' n tloals r. father of the lulde,
cenlng. Miui Nannie Wliibtou acted
as hostess. 'Ihe table was profinclv
decorated 1th ml tarnations ami
maiden hair lrnu and tlio place cards
wero handpalnted Chinese flgurette.
Among the guests were Prince unit
1'rlnccss Kawaiuiiakoa, Dr. and Mm.
Harve) Murray, Dr. and Mro. V. H
Hiimphrlii ami Mr mid Aim. Alex
ander G. HnucH. Jr
Mr, ami Mm. C. Hidcmauii ntil MIm
Allco Hcdcmnnn wero imssci gem In
tlio HlPrra for the Coast Mist All'n
llcdeiiiann will become a pupil at
Huntington Hall, a fashionable lioanl
lug school fur girls at l,o Augules.
Mr. 'runz Wilczck, the fnumiin. vio
linist, so wrll known here, baa bought
rt lease ,from Iiln'.iiiatrliiiutilnl troubles
ami ha remarried Hgain to n uiho
girl of Omaha. A pioniluent paper
there ho the following c'lpplug, whhli
will bo or great Interest In Honolulu-
U i; liolomcr, imprcbntlo and gtn
tral jnanager, dlbtliigulslnd hlmnelr
jebtoi'day nud udded lo hiu auoui
lillshmeutH by uellng as Cupid, und by
so .doing diew tiuu of his imudinl pii)
teges (ioiii the dtptlm or deimalr,
Tlio wnuld-bo liciuwlld was I'rmir
Wlhztk, thu nyted vylliilht, r.u I hit
In lilgc-to-lio Miss Ieua New loi,, u eui
clety, bcllq of this city,
Now, t beriiu Ibo wuMlm daj had
I'fti; cJor next 'Iliucbdaj, nud owing
to Hie groom'n illuchs, It, wju in , n
cr Biuall and quiet affair, II was to
liavo .taken vUua In the lTrst M. l".
Church nnd nlread) the friends were
Invited to come.
Yostprday certain friends were sud
denly called up and told that tho mar
rlago would pot tako jdaco on Tlium
knew not a wonl pf liio sudden deter
initiation of the ciluplc until tailed up
b) telephone at noon b n filcnd; wbo
Infoimvd liiin of thu wedding to l
CU1MD HKIIYMI.TI OliTS CUU.
Mr. Newton, though somewhat as
tounded, Imltcd the loii.nlo to his olhco
in tho Mai-on building. I'icpmi Ihein
they started for thu courthouse, oul)
lO flljll It llllbl-ll
Il.uk I liny balled In their automobile,
plUurcH of dlstiesK, to tho oflltp. Thoro
n hurried lonsultatlon was held Then
l. I', llelomer was tailed In and toid
of thn tnnlble mlsftirtiiiip.
Coultl tlipj not wait until Mond.tj ?
No, luditd! 'I he niiibt liitn (ho li
cense fin nu tllalel)
Then ild the liigiinltiiiH Mr. Hehmer
wt his wits going and pull a few wlien.
County Clerk Kejrs coiibenteil to let
them Into the room wheio Cupld'o ut,
oids uro kept and the licence waj at
last In the hands of the hanpj couple.
U was too late lu.tatdi Dr. Mcln.)rc
us he had other duties, ia the couple
took Ihe ill st Ocean IMrk (l)cr foi Ihe
heard, wheio Jlitj went dlrcctl) Jo tl,V
honit) of Mrtf 'mui Urr nt Ote.iu Park,
slstei or thu bijde, nmj biro the) par
took of a liuirlnl tllnner, anil nt x
o'tltxl; who iniirrlui ihtirp, Hum end
ing a plumes que wedding leremou),
lllHIJt MI1HICAI.. ItOMANCU.
lo mah frkiulu or" the louple the
ncwa of the marriage will come as a
tmrprlse, but to Intlnuto frlui'la lliu
iict) romance iintlcrllug U')" ni'u
rliigu h.ui lietn liunwii for KOliiti lime
Miss twtou bus lived hero foi ien
Jjiirs oruoie with ier father, Aithii)
0; Newloii, and Bho' uiftl her BtBter,
Miss Giare Newton, have alwajs been
among Hip rnoul widely frtpd of belles
She Is n beautiful brunetto with soft
da), Tho bride had changed hcruark e)es und Halt- und u plcuslng
crronallty Blie l most talented, too,
mui foi a number of c-irs Iiuh madiii
u sliul) or the Molln It van inroiign
her violin stmlku Hut she met Ml.
Klie was In Alameda stud) lug tlio
violin utidei it pupil of Wllczek. Hue
had a plclitiu or tlin tlieilsheil inustei
on lin ilrebser, which was an lusplrn
Hon to tho gifted girl.
Learning that Mr. Wllczek wns in
Omaha, she went there to Html) under
lilm. It was dining this time, drawn
together h) lominun iulercsts, that thn
two nut. it wns not many da)ii until
the virtuoso had lost his heart to tlio
liquid ejed California beauty. Kbortlv
utter that the) plighted their troth
though it was kept a gicat secret, and
not a botil knew of It!
NOT TIIK OLIMATK.
About thiee months ago Mlsa New
ton arrhed homo from her hc.ibon of
K.istcrn stud), and her friends wem
entcrlalnlng-hcr gaily. Scarco a month
laid Mr. Wllczek atrhcd in Los fn
geles, presumably bpcaiibo ho was so
charmed untl In ltio wlthjbe coiintr).
hut r(,all)-bccausn lie Just coultln' stay
n way from the, jlalut) charmer liny
During the past two weeks, Mr,
Wllczek Iiuh been seriously il ami
eBtenlay oei was In a high focr,
oc- tui cxcllemeiit (onscquent upon
Hid iiiiuilage. Mi. Wllczek was licit)
In inn: nnd was soloist with tle K)in
phmi) Oitliestrn, lit which time lie
won great praise for his round strong
tonrii ami the Intelligence of Ills' Inter
pirtatlou Wilczek's, life io rather an inkiest
luc one He ic an Auctrlan, and had
no thought of an artlctlc career until
lie wii3 sixteen, though he had btudlcil
lollu and plnuo. (1 niudc his first
app'-aramt) nt thu age of nine.
Cnmpl,lng with tho wishes of bis
parents, bo wan picpurlng to enter the,
military1 academy ut Vienna, when nt
tlio annual public contest for thu "Hlr
ler pijo'' nt Hie Constrvalory of Mu
ulc in (luu his billllaul und imisteil)
iiitcipicUitlon of numbers created ouch
h miisatlou hat lm was awarded (he
mllio pile of donor, money, wlilph
had nevci been awiinled to one jilone,
ulwu)B illvldctl uiuong u number. Iho
Austilau government offered to edu
cate him musically. He wn at last n
pupil of Joachim, under whoso person
al direction Jia studied for tufoo years.
He made a tour of Austria and latei
caiuo to Amcrlcn, wheio io decided to
ttii), us the Austilau guwuuicnt wub
holding him to hlu contract with tho
uriu). Hicr clnco his career ban been
u triumphant one.
Mi. and Mm. Wllczek contemplate a
trip to Honolulu In tho near future ts
boon ns Mr. Wllcvek Improves enough
Mm. I'it.iiiJh tiny Is u guest at hei
lather's, Jiulgo Hart, '.tiling t'lo ab
i elite ot her mother The HUlou
clilltlrcn nic w'th her.
Mr. nml Mm. lta)iuoiul ile II. !.)
nnl were thu host mid hostcbn ot a
lienutlfull) appolntetl dinner on Mon
day qvciiiug ut the Consulate. Hoses,
white iiurqucrlli'H-.inil Inlets formed
an effective iletoiatlon. Among the
guests weio Lord ami Unh Playfalr,
Mr. nml Mm It. N. l'utoii, Mr. untl
Mm. C. W. Cnro Dcerlug, Judge untl
Mrs. W. Hlanli!), I.idy Herrou, ex-
Governor Cleghocu ami Mr. David An
derson. 'Hie gin-Ms plaved brldgo ni
Mro Day and Miss Dorotli) Wood
.lie in Manila. After touring tho Or
ient they will return to Honolulu foi
it short visit and then expert to go to
Chlcapo. Miss Wood will attend school
cither theio or in New York.
Mr. nnd Mrs WqodH and fninlh iji
oyyiii.viiiK I'x-uiivnmor uirgiunqs
bent h villa for u few nmulliH. 'Ihe
KHldenco of thn late Princess, recently
occupied Ii) tho Trappantt, is ntlll to
Mr. and Mrc. Jamco Wilder gave a
luncheon pu JSunday which wob fol
lowed by a launch party to Pearl har
bor, Captain Carter being present at
the latter eveut.
An Interesting little lunrbeon was
given on Siindn) by Mm. James Castle
nt Katnalu, In honor or MIbs Aim
fclrong, sister of Mm. Kllen Ward.
Among tho Invited guests wero Mm
11. Dillingham, Mm. Alex. Scott, Mm,
Philip Dotlge, Mm. Ellen Weaver uud
Mina Anna pails,
'I ho lion nt the Moana hotel on Wed
neul.iy evening for tho guestc oi lliu
Alexander Young und Mouiih was a
great success There were many pict
ty women present nml among olhprs
wure notices Mrs. lirooke, Mm. Dcei
Ing, Mrs. Humphrls, Mrs. Richardson,
Mm. Hrooks the bride, who, with the
loctm, sailed In the Sierra, Pilncess
Kawiinaiiakoa, Mrs. Pike, Mm. Avery,
Mrs. Hurry Macfnrlanc, Misses Helen,
Lady anil Alice Maefarlanc, Miss Nan
nie Whibtou, MIsh Dagmar Sorcnon.
'I licit) were mail) tourists present, no
Iccably two prcity girls Jrom New Or
leans, who wrrr beautifully dressed.
Tho hop went on until vet) lain nnd i
largo part) were motored to thu Siena
which was scheduled to nail at 12.
Misses lrnia luu). podpll!IJallcut)ne
wero tint hosleses ((ir ii;. prcity card
party for MlsH,)llIn,.,lrdcmaiiii lart
week, 'iho vvlunqigjifjlio, prizes wciu
Miss Violet Atlirrl'oii, iMbsf) Maudo do
llrettcvlllc ami Miss Hf'lfniann, and
they were u sandalwood Ian, a YUM',
und a box of sweets. Tlio ) tiling peo
ple bete have an uillisuallr cochI time.
I for there Is quite lurgo set ami they
am uiwnK eniertalpliig. Mlsa Alice
Mctlcmnim will l3 greatly missed, for
she In vcr) popular .wlt'i evo.-Utly
Mrs. Hdvvard Tcjnney entct tallied a
fuw rrlcnds at brldgo on Wotlncsday
afternoon In honor of Miss Margaret
Walkur, who ;haB Jiut recently ro
turned fiom nbroad. Hanging baBkotn
or maidenhair forns pintlo tho spacious
looms like a conservatory and astern
worq In low bowls untl Jars. A ,irlzo
witB-glven each tablo for tho highest
score mid Miss Walker was tho suc
cessful nno nt her table, and thu
pilzo, ii snntlnlwpod fan in box, waB
miieh ndnilicd, Tho refreshments
wolf) imiisiially Kood and most daintily
scivtd, Mrs. Tonne) looked charm
lug in a beautiful tollotto. Among tlio
guests wero Mis. Arthur Wlldor, Mrs.
Alidiew Puller, Mrs. Frod Mucfarlano,
Mb, Hurry Mactnrlaue, Mrs. Faxou
Jllphop, Mm. II .do D. Layard, Mrs. C.
Hplloway, Mrs Lanz. Mrs. Klebabn,
Mrs. n. Ivcrs, Mrs Jack Dowsett, Mrs.
A. J. Campbell, Mrs. Allco Hastings,
Mrs. Foster, Mm. Clifford Kimball,
Mm llt'lcii Nooiiiui, Mm. Mary att'iii
nml Mrs. Gcorgo Herbert.
Mr. J. o. Cooko ami Dr. mui Mrs.
Iluldwln, who iccontly returned from
No Zealand, Ihoioiighly onjoyed
Iht'lr tilp, und .no In lovo with 0io
illmato and scenery, 'Mr, CookaM
health Is very much Improved.
I bellovo f iui8 been dexlied that
MIbs Dagmar Soronkon nml Mr. Wat
ler Dillingham aro to lead tho colli-
1011 nt tho University ninli fm,l
Thoio will be only throe figures nml
It will probably bo tho brllllatjt. pvent
of tho season.
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