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t:TNINn tUJI.t.KTlN. IIONOI.tJMt, T II.. SATUItDAY, PHil. 9. 1907.
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I wundercil Into James Wilder s
Mildlo at IH',1. Miller sticct, lliu oilier
morning and had a rr Interesting
talk with tliu popular aitlst. lie wus
in a purtlciil irly good mood iiiiiI icnel
il answered all ni ipiont Ioiik. Very
lew heie appreciate tlio li.inl stud) ami
woik which .Mr. Wilder wiu aide lo
accomplish In Paiix I'ndcr Ueiijaiiilii
Constant and .Iran I'aul Ijimens lie
winked foi jeats. and the last jenr of
Ills vitdt there he was In the sluello of
l.uclcn Simon, who, as everybody
known, rcceUcd lln C.nncglu medal
last ear. For two )eaia Mr Wiltlci
studied mil) technique. Ilu was ery
ictmpathctlc with Constant uud ic
malneil wild him until his death. Mr.
Wilder prefers animate nntiiie, ami us
lie quaintly Mild "ulthougli tiees ate
allo, the) Hie not as alive as a good
man or woman, )em Know." lie Is
tlinroughl) loyal to Hawaii, and do
llees tit mentions!) In Its pulntablllty
Hawaiian Dpes rt-iieclully appeal to
Mm and he has made some cxtcllint
btudlea since urrlin here I.Ike all
nitlbtlu temperaments he believes Unit
theic Is one beutitllul nioiiieut vlit.i
wo arc lit our bot, and nothing uliuri
tit jicrfectlijii mn tutl.sfv lilui. Kanlly
(ilovuiiuiRcil ot buoyed nil wllh hope,
modest, simple uud slticeie, I piiillit
the lime will (omn when James Wilder
will do something Kruml go iniitn
temperament wmictlmes overpowers nil
uillbt, and lio Is often enquired liy his
own ideals which are ulwit)s uplifting.
Wlicn Mi. and Mis. Wilder were In
I'aris their uparliuent wiib tlin objee
tfvn jiolnt of all Iho Amcilemi art stu
dents. Their Stiuilu) nights weio not
ed fur and neai, and they created i
kilou at whlih MrJ. "Jamie" wus tlw
liculillng genius. Tito ) otitis women
ami men who gallicicd mound tlio
Wlldetu will be heurd fioni oflen In
tlio gicat world, for us Mr. Wil
der mi aptly said, the si tut cplrlts nl
tlio world ure lo bo found in the 2000
men and girls which tomnoso the Art
Clrclu of Paris In tho heart uf Iho
Latin quarter. Attached to Mr. Wll
eer's btudlo Is a workbhlji where he
bhapes the sketches for his pictures.
Ho has alcu ilono wmie succcsbful mod
eling and specimens ate on the walj
1 taw lumdieds of clover EKetches and
Btmllea which Mr Wilder ho dlsplhes
that hu has consigned them to tho ruts
and feickioaehos. Ills ulm Is for the
highest and, until ho ran rearh (ho
heights where In his own win I he
known tint patliwa) wu must hu patient
uud accept what he gles us. Hawaii
Is fortunate linked to ihihscss an art
ist of his abllll) and ideals who Is so
lo)al lo the soil that he even regretted
that his two children (otild not see
the light of day here.
A delightful birthday patly wus gli
al on Monday afternoon l Mli.s ltosa
inoud Swiinzy in honor of her natal
lay. The niuutlful l.iwu of the Swan
z)n was an Meal spot for tho sevent)
children to lump, and Mrs. Kwutu) as
sisted b) hPci,il of tier friends, pro
billed at Urn long, low table on Iho
lit mil at which wciu seated tlio guests,
(.usluitliims grated the artistically set
out table and a mnsk was presented
each guest. There wero naming races
later ami I lie boys and girls were given
fans, hutcclcts, walt'hcs, to)s, etc., for
pilzes, the lleeU'st runners winning tho
prize, the pace being bet by the little
hostess. To si". Iho happy fates uml to
listen lo the tinging laughter wus to
l.arK back to dilUlliood h happy hours,
riul "l.mly" and tlio othei dogs wciu
us frollcbouie as the childicn, and ut i
late hour In tho afternoon the ndleux
were reluctantly made.
On Hunda) evening Mis, Mablu Wing
Castle gave an Impromptu iniislealti
and supper at her chalet In Collego
Hills. Thohc who participated In itio
conceit weio Mrs. Hlackablc, MrJ. WtM
tervelt, Miss HoliliiKin, Mrs. .Mabel
Wing Castle and Dr. ituiiius. lliu sup
per which followed was a delightful
urulr, tlio Informality appealing to all
The captain and olllcers ot tho
1'ieiich ciiiLit Cutlual were enter
tained at tea b) Mrs. Traucls M. Kwnn
ty on Tiicsclay iifternoon. About
twolvo ladles w'eiti naked to nicu Iho
genial olllrers. 'lliu tea was bcned
from tlio ."nliig-i'ooin table and aioiiud
tho elaboruti'ly cmbroldeied cloth were
heated the guests. Nasturtiums In tones
of yellow made a dimming effect nnd
the vlc.v from tho lanul was much ad
mired by the btraugors. Ihoy ex
prcs.ce lliemiselvca us charmed by Ho
nolulu hospitality uud of Honolulu wo
incn thev toiihl not Bay euougli Among
tlio guobts was Mra. (icirlt Wilder, who
uiado her llrst uppcarnnco slnco her ill
ness, which ke.nt her In tho sanllorlum
for wM'inl uionths. Shit lonke'd M'l
altiactho nnd inado ipilto n plctiiiesipie
entrant e leaning on her crulchi'S, and
tlio I'leiichincii wciu churiiicd with her.
.Mr. limit WlbliT has also been iihi
ntic'd to the hoiihc for bocral tla)s
with an untoinrortahle IIIiicsh. Prob
ably both .Mr. and Mrs. Wilder will
take a tilji nbioael In tho near future.
Mis. (iieeu, who for seernl jenrs
has been a guibt at tho Moauu Hotel,
will sex in depart lo lake up her nhoJu
with her relating, the .link Dow setts, '
at' Piinalilu. Mih. (Iieeu, ulthoiigli an
Invalid taken girul Intciest In lire, uud
Is alua.Mi suirouuikel b) a toterlo of
The "at liouiu" which Mr. uml Mr.
Coiinul C. von Hamm gave In the ball
loom of tho Young Hotel on Tucbda)
oculiig was a brilliant anil succcgbfiil
nffalr. Mr. uml Mis. win llaiiim- as
sisted by Mi. Alexander Young, ie
telcd tho guests ut the entrance of
the ball room, which wus cxtiulsltely
dctouiteel In Jupuncbo fushlon. An In-,
erltd uiibrella of dulleatu tints was,
hung In the middle of tho loom and
fiom tills wus suspended chains id
pink tulle, rheiry hloxsouib uml dell-,
into gtcena. The elfcct was falry-llke.
.Mr. Kaal ami his Hue iiiutjtluus wciu
ttatlciued on tho plutfotm behind mi
ctheilal poitleiu consisting of lopcii
of cherry blo.'uoina In ((injunction with
Millie ot giadualed lengths, 'lliu effect
wus unusual uml iuc:,t beautiful. Almut !
the room weiu hi Kiniico to.'ta in lo.v
broad Jars, uml mulilcuhulr fern ba.
Kels wcro biisjicnded over tho eutiiineo
of the tluoi as well as at tho exit cine
end of thn Toom, llrielgo was pluycel
tho llrst poitlou of tho oveuiiiN, and
tlio prizes weio gieu lo Mis. Huriy
IaiwIb, who was tho forluuato winner
of the Hist pi Ire u Colport place plate
and lo Mi IMwaid Walbou, who cur
ried una) tho first muu's piUe, a Col
port Jug, Tho woman';) i.oiibolatlon
prize, cut foi, wan given Mis. I'. II.
Hiimphrls and Mr, Will Itoth won the
men's ((insolation prize. After this
supper was boned In the Young din
ing loom and a dellghtlul hour was
bpcut dlbcusslng tho delicious viands.
Dancing then began and lusted until
a late limit. Mis. ou lluniiu woiu u
plctuicbque flock It cicainy white callu
laen and liille, which gicatly decline
licr Among those prcbent weio Mr.
nnd Mrs. It. do 13. Liijaid, Major and
Mrs. Van VlletT Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Toe l.o, Mr. uml Mrs, (laities, Mr, uud
Mi&. Haro Mucfarlanc. Jr, .Mrs. R H
Iluniphrls, .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wall,
Mi. uml Mis. Chailcs Wilder, Jiiilso
anil Mrs. Artlinr Wlhlcr, Dr. and Mrs.
CIIIToid High, Mr. ngd Mrs. Wlnllied
llabbllt. .ludgo uml Mis. Alex. Mud
ba), Mr. and Mrs. llariy Lew In, Mr.
uud .Mrs. ltumiey Stott, Dr and Mrs.
Herbert, Mr. uml Mrs. Itialncid Smith,
Major and Mrs. Husbcll, Mr. ami Mrs.
J. S Walker, Dr, nnd Mrs. Murray.
Mr uud Mrs. M. Phillips, Mr. and Mrn.
lleur) llolniea. Dr. nnd Mrs. Cooper,
Dr. ami Mis. Aiidcibon, Mr. ami Mrs.
Oeorge Polter, Mis. Helen Noonnn,
Mr. and Mrs. A. (I. Ilav.es, Jr., Misses
Alice and Helen Mmfailnne. Miss (fil
let, Mlbh llcrtlu Veiling. Miss .Mm Km
Scott, Miss Waterman, Miss Winston.
Miss Madge MtCandlcss, Misses Inn
garel and Hlsa Seliucfcr, Mhs Hard
awn), Miss Troellan, Messrs. llariy
Cobb, Will Itoth, (leorgu Kullei, llrtieei
tud the end "wan. not iincxperled. Dr.
Urceull'dd hud lived In tho Islands
many )cais nnd his death was a sourc?
uf grief lo very many friends. Ho wus
an Englishman by birth, 63 )cnrs of
age and u fniiuer surgeon of tho Iloynl
Navy. Ho left a wlfo and seven chil
dren Mrs. Tompkyns, now in Eng
land; Kdwurd Greenfield, who is In
Pittsburg; Frank, who Is ut Kwu; Mrs.
J. J. Grace, wire, of Dr. (Jraro of llllo;
the Jllsws runny and liulso unci Wal
ler Greenllclil, who aro at Honolulu.
The funeral took jiliuo on Saturday af
ternoon, ltov. Mr. Mndsley of Paaullo
oDIclatlng. Huwuil Herald.
Captain llcldt of Cmnp McKlnlov
rnn mi Infornuil supjier on Tuesdii)
evening for Paymaster and Mis.
I'artwilght. Jr., Wnltcr Dllllnghum, J lirooko, Misses Helen and Ijuly Mae
jtoheit .Shingle, Aitluir Maekliilush and
Mr Hairy l.)ou, who wus In town a
lew dn)H this week 111 tho Nevndau,'
bus nclighti'd e cr) botly with tho fuel
that Admiral uud Mis. l,)uu are! to
lslt Honolulu in ii mouth or two. It
is leiHirled that tho Adnilial will uo
icllted shortly itnil Hint will give them
a chance Id icvkdt Honolulu, which
they so loved and whore they wero o
Major nnd Mrs. Puller uru stationed
at Annapolis, uud Mrs. Puller Is lu
much better health than when hole.
Mrs. Fuller Is nlwuys ti fuMiille, her
i.wtct giutlous miiiiucis winning ijv-
On Monday ticnlug Mr, Gegnet, ot
tho Piencli ciuUer Catln.it, entei tallied
at dliiucr In lionui of Pa) master and
Mis. Iliookc. Shlii'ii dluiieis mo al
ways Intel tbtliiK and H1I3 ouo piuvcel
cxt-eptlonally ro. Among lliu other
guests weio Mr. ami Mrn. Huriy Mac
larlaiio uud Major nnd Mrs. Itussell.
'Ilin Catlunt olllceis were much enter-
inlucd during their short visit heie,
Uio Acting Consul, Dr. Murepies, giv
ing a dinner on Tuohday evening for
Cuptaiu Hautcfuulllo uml olllieru, In
eluding among nthei gucstfi Admliul
Very and Count Cauavaiu ftobcb and
maidenhair formed tho charming table
Dr. P. II, GiesMillidd dkel last Pilelay
il tils rtMldeiirfi in llonol.aa, nfter nil
Illness testing wmio weeks. His con-
tlltlou hud been bcrlouu for some limn
larlaue, Captain Carter, Cuptaln Hum
phrey and l.leut. Case.
Mr. Porlor Iloyil passed Ihroiigh Ho
uolulu this week on route for Los An
ecleu to Join Mis. Uojd, Ho wus look
ing cry woll nnd exprcsscil hliusclf
us enjoying life lu tho Orient.
The inaiilago of Miss Carrie Cup!-
tola Tultlo uml Mr. James Melvillo
Muiibairnt will da tcloliiatcd at St.
nudrcw'H Luthcdiul at S o'clock on
Monday evening. Cards huvo been
sent out by Mr. uml Mrs. Alan Udwnid
Douglas, Miss Tilttlo Is u tall, hand
tomo blonde, uml has only been In tuti
Islands a shot I time. She tunia here
In search fit health, and has already ic
ceived some benefit from tho climate.
Mr, "llonnlo" Monsurrat Is one of the
test known men lu Hawaii. Ills fum
ily has nlwu)H been prominent uud ho
comes fiom dlsllugulblicil Prcuch uud
Mlbs Trace), well known here, sailed
lu the Siberia for California. Sho will
bo greatly mlBsed by a largo circle of
Mis. 1.. U McCuudlcss will give a
Uiowulng reading on Monday followed
by an Informal lunch lu donor ot Mrs.
A. II Olis. Tlio Otlces mo to leuve
oon for the mainland to rcBlde pei
manently Mr and Mrs. lmanlbhl will puss
through Honolulu on tho SOtli In the
Aiueida Maui bound for Yokidiuiuu.
The) will do Joined done by Mr. Oznwn,
who goes in 'Japan. Tho ImanlBhls iiro
vcr) well known hcte lu social elides
uml ll is unlleipated that the Japanese
irsldents will nrrango for a reception
lu their honor It Hie arrival nnd do
uuiturc is so limed to allow It. Mr.
Imiinlslil was one llnio lunnngor of the
local Yokohama Specie Dunk brunch,
Mrs InianlKn'i will bo icmcinbercel as
Miss ()7.iw.i, who for man) yeurs was
t. tncinher of tho lllckcrtou household.
Tlio Now Yin k Herald of recent elalci
Bites an liiteiestlng llliibtrated nrtlrln
tin Jnjiuieso women In New York Clt),
un extract of which follows; i
"Mis. KcnJI linnnlshl, who Ihes lu
No. 2 Wesi. Nlncly-fouitli btrcct, lius
tceonio inoic Idcntltlccl with local In
terests than any other meindcr of tho
Jnpancso colony. Sho Is actlvo In sov
trill clubs uml philanthropic organlzu-
lions and is qulla tho Idol of her Jap
anese sisters, not only dctuiiso of her
own partlculnily endearing qualities
but becuuto of her pioflclcucy In Iho
Ungllsli luugiiagc, which sdo Bpenks
perfectly. Sho Is n woman of rnro jicr-.
connllty, with ex"-itIonul brendtli of
mind .mil gentlu uirt cliarnilng man- j
ucrs. It Is not strungu Unit her Ung
llsli education should dao extended
bcond that of hci stEtcis, for when
qullo young olio was taken to Honolulu
to live and completed her education
theio. After her marriage sho tame
tomo llvo ycura ago to Now York.
"It was thiougli Mrs. linunluhi's in
fluenca that Mrs. Kntsudu camo hero
ut tho beginning ot tho Uusto-Jap.in-eso
war and raised K'000 for a school In
Tolilo designed to educate tho young
girls nmdo orphans by tlio wur.
"Muny women prominent In Now
York society became Inlerebted uud
contributed generously, and tlio school
building Is now completed uud occu
pied." Kauai Social Function
Mime, Kauai, Fed. 8. Miss Ethel
Wilcox gave a very delightful pol
luncheon on Thursday afternoon, lu
honor ot Mis. Charles A. Hlce, who
leaves shortly for Honolulu whuro Mr,
Klco will assume, his duties In tho Leg
islature. The beautiful homo of tlio
Wllttvt'u wib nun e attractive than
ever with Its abundant o of cut flow
ers, also choice bunging baskets and
potted plants from tho fernery. The
long table was spread In tho lanul ut
tho back of tho liouso and wua very
luvltlly uud mllhlleiilly arranged, Mm.
Wllenx's valuable rnlabnslioB adding
much to tho charm of the decorations.
Afler u most bountiful feust tho guests
repaired to tho dining room, whero
inrdH wcro Indulged In till tho fear of
-iarkness ovorlnklng them drove tho
Miss Mabel Wilcox was successful
tu carrlng on tho first prize, a very
bnmlKonio musical stync, wlillo the
Ciicst of honor was consoled with u
beautiful II tt In fun. There were twen
ty ladles present and ull declared the
had spent u most cujoynblo afternoon.
Tho "Lady of tho Lake" will da
presented ut Chtis. It. Ulshup Hull to
night by tho l'renhmun class uf Oaliu
College. All frlonds of that Institu
tion lira most cordially Invited.
Tlio play will bo .under the liunio
ellato supervision of Miss M. C. Alex
ander. In tho training fur Ilia piece, nioSt
valuable assistance has been given by
Mr. T, P. Drown, who Is woll up lu
Mr. Prcdorlck Hustings will huudlo
tlio music for tlio occuslon uud a good
opening's entcrtulnmeut Is promised
for those who attend. '
The cast of characters Is u3 -follows:
James Pltz-Jaiucs, King of Scot-
limd lu Disguise Amy Hothwoll;
Roderick Dim, OutdtwoU Chief pt
Clnu Alpine James Gidb,
James Douglus, Uxlled Lorel VII
llum Uligle, N
Malcolm Graeme, Wurd of King
Allan-Vane, Minstrel of Douglas
i:ilen Douglas, Lady of tho Lake
Lady Margaret, Mother of Roder
ick Irnia Ilallentyno.
llio cuptulu and unices ot the
I French cruiser gave a lunch for Ad
luilrnl Very and Mr. Cuslunan In ro-
turn for tho Admiral's Inncli for the
olllcers. Mr. Merger's orchestra plajcd
and It was a gala event.
Captain Carter's dinner on Wednes
day evening wan u very Btnuit ulfalr.
Among the guestb were Major and Mr)
Van Vllct, Miss LouUe Gerard and Cap
Mrs. Predorlc Klamp, after an Ill
ness of several weeks at tlio (Jneen's
Hospital, Is nl her own iccleleiite on
Thin ston avenue.
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