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SOCIAL CHATTER sie HOME TALK
THE NEXT grent public event
will, of course, bo tlio grand
Hal .Masque at the Crystal
i-mucu on muri-u mo mini.
Everything seems most auspicious for
tho n flair. The boxes arc selling rnp
iilly nnil the most Important people,
in town are the purchasers. Thero
aro to be 400 seats reserved for spec
tator, mid tlio 400 box seats will bo
arranged in any way desired, and
there aro now for salo 700 masquers'
tickets at Wall, Nichols Company.
The town seems to liuvo entered
into tlio spirit ot tlio affair, and So
ciety In general la busily engaged
preparing changing costumes. At
least, let It be a gay affair. Why
must the Mardl (Iras bo taken so se
riously ns In previous years? Do
try for once to throw off tlio shackles
ot conventionality and enter into the
spirit of the bat 'masque. Do not bo
Insulted If n domino should address
you "without nn Introduction," ns
Komcone complained last year. For
heaven's sake, piny the gamo or stay
nwuy altogether. Tho spectators do
not wish to watch u set of domlnoe3
walking about llko good little chil
dren at a Sunday school.
The Floral Keto was a grand spec
tacular success. Let tho hal masquo
of 1908 go down In history as the
gayest and moat brilliant affair ot
Tho executive commltteo is as fol
lows: Mr. D. Howard Hitchcock,
Mrs. W. M. Graham, Mrs. U. Q. Mar
hhall, Miss A. Sake, .Mrs. A. II. Tuck
er, Mrs. II. M. von Holt, Mrs. U U.
McCandless. Mr. W. A. llryan,
'iho Mnrdl Oras souvenir hook will
be given each ono buying a ticket
and among the contributors aro Mrs
Walter Frcar, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs.
Moth well, Mrs. Coombs, Mrs. Marx,
Mrs, Graham, Miss Parke, Miss Shaw,
Mr. Gnrtley, Doctor Emerson. Mr.
I'crklns, Dr. Sinclair.
Rices Much Entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Harold lllce, who
have Just returned from n honeymoon
trip to America, were extensively
entertained by relatives nnd friends
at I.lhuo. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Itlco,
Kr., gavo them a delightful reception
last Saturday week und elahornto
preparations were mado In honor of
tho popular young couple. A pro
fusion of greoiiB, palms, nnd roses
made tho rooms charming and many
Japanese lunterns added to tho artis
tic effect. Thero was hu excellent
musical program, Miss Kmlly Itlco
adding much to the occasion, and
during supper tlio quintet club play
ed and sang. Afterward, tho light
fantastic too was tripped until a late
hour. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Illco
havo departed to their new homo on
In Honor of Mrs, Wilcox
"Art versus Cupid," written by Mrs
Ella Whculor Wilcox, will ho acted at
tho Kllohuua Art l.eaguo rooms tlio
first week In March. Mrs. F. Howard
Humphrls will takn tho part ot the
maiden who turns aside from love,
home and husband, and yearns for nn
artistic career, nnd Miss HutU Far-
rlngton will bo "Cupid," who shows
the maiden Iho error if her wuys and
, tafely pilots her Into tlio arms of tho
over, ii is un cxomsiio iniiig, n real
gem, nnd written In Mrs. Wilcox's best
vein. Sho conceived tho Idea sud
denly one evening whllo at a big din
ner. Turning to her neighbor sho
said "A conception has taken place,'
and outlined tho play at once, to the
delight of the dinner guests.
Mrs. Swanzy's Lunch
On Tuesday Mrs. Swanzy gavo a
most delightful luncheon for Mrs.
Kiln Wheeler Wilcox. Always -a
charming hostess, Mrs. Swanzy has
tho art of selecting Just tho right peo
ple for any given occasion. On Tuca
day this was especially apparent, and
those Invited to meet Mrs. Wilcox en
joyed much very Interesting talk.
Mrs. Wilcox Is n woman of wido ex
porlcnco and deep human sympathies,
and thoso who havo tho pleasure of
being thrown with her feel theso
things moru and more, tho oftencr
they see her. Tim Swanzy house nev
er seemed moru cool and hospitable
thnn on Tuesday. Tho view, as usual,
was fine and greatly enjoyed, whllo
around n table beautifully decorated
with nasturtiums tho guests gathered,
rnrtaklng of a delicious luncheon.
Thoso present were Mr. and Mrs. Wil
cox, Governor nnd Mrs. Frear, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Knudscn, Mrs. .I. II,
Castle, Mrs. White, Mrs, Gait, Mrs.
Hugo Kear, Count Canavarro, Dr.
Cofer and James Wilder.
Holts Arc Coming
Mrs. II, Orlggs Holt, formerly Miss
Jessie Formnn, will arrive In Honolulu
on tho Manchuria March 5th. Tho
Holts havo a dollghtful homo in
Shanghai, whero Mr. Holt Is employed
as tho general ngont of tho raclflo
Mali. Kor some weeks Mrs. Holt will
bo at tho Moana. hater Mr. Holt will
join her, when they expect to take a
furnished house nnd remain In Hono
lulu for several months.
Quest of Doles
"Mrs. A. F. Knudson bus Ipft the
Young hotel, where sho and Mr. Knud
sen havo recently been stopping, nnd
Is tho guest of Judge and Mrs. Dolo In
their Emma streot residence
The Great Event
Of course, tho social event of tho
weok was tho dramatic entertainment
given Thursday evening nt the Opera
House by the Ktlohana Art League
players. A fashlonablo nnd Interested
nucllenco greeted tho performers, who
did, by fnr, tho host amateur work
ever done in Honolulu, Tho curtain
raiser, a two-act plcco, ono of tho
Dolly Dialogues series, was most ad
mirably dono by Dr. and MrB. Hum
phrls, the parts being difficult In thnt
they required tho greatest nlcoty of
handling so that nil tho subtle, shades
of mcnulng In Anthony Hopo's clover
Hues should bo brought out, Mrs.
Humphrls was. most charming, act
ing with lino appreciation tlio part of
Miss Dorothy Foster. In tho first net
tho was beautifully gowned In laven
dur. In the second act In pink, a color
especially becoming to Mrs. Humphrls'
piquant stylo ot beauty. Tlio part ot
&, i " - "-' '""Mr "..-
ft . HtfVi
iuu - r ' - Ml
MRS. ERNEST M0TT-SMITH,
Whoe gave one of the happy social affairs of the week in honor of Mrs.
Mr. Carter was pluyiid In tho most In
telligent a,iiddlscrlmlnullug way by
Dr. Humphrls, and the loiiud or up.
rlauso which followed tho very clover
work of tho doctor ami his churmlng
wlfo told better than any words can
what were tho sentiments of tho audi
ence Following Iho "Dolly Dlalogueu"
enmo tho "Arabian Nights," it broad
comedy, rendered with the greatest
skill of refinement by all thosu taking
part, Miss Hay Hell was certainly
very charming, showing tho greatest
easo of manner and familiarity with
Etago work and should sho become ,i
professional, as rumor says sho may,
doubtless fnnio nnd fortune both uwnlt
her. i.o wholo caste was ho good It
Is hard to discriminate, but one took
fcp'cclal account ot ..iu work dimu by
Mrs. Mclennan and Mr. George Pot
tor, for nrotiuil their parts conloicd
tho chief Interest and tho most dlfil
cult situations of tho play, and both
did lino and most plea? Ing work. Noth
ing over took place In Honolulu more
rrcdltnblo to all concerned than the
c-ntlro eiitortnlnmoiit of Thursday
evening, Everything moved as if
oiled, no tlrosomo waits, but an even
ing full of pleasure and Interest. Tim
I ox to tho left of tho stugo was occn-
pled by tho I'rlnco and Princess of the
Mardl Gras nnd their Indies In wall-i
ing, whllo othors of their suite oceii-'
pled the two upper boxes, all In cos-1
lume, masked nnd unknown. TliU'
rdded a most plcturcsijuo effect to
the Opera House. Tho box to thu
right of the btugo was occupied by Mr.
nnd Mrs. Itlchard Ivors, Miss Marlon
Scott, Miss Margaret Castle, Dr. Cofor
and Captain Carter. In ono logo tho
PilncoHs Knwanunahoa, with Mrs.
Campbell-Parker, Mr. and Mrs. l)oor
Ing and Mrs. Schmidt, formed n hand
some party, whllo In tho other Mr. nnd
Mrs. Wilcox with Dr. ami .Mrs. Hum
phrlB and Mr. 'und Mrs. Graham en
Joyed together tho second perform
ance of (ho evening.
Mrs. Brown, Hostess
"The Pleaaanton" wus tho scene of
n delightful bridge tea nn Friday af
ternoon, the hostess being Mrs. C, A.
Hrowu, who always ontortalus with
to much gracious hospitality. Tho
roqms wore fragrant with (lowers nnd
leniB. There wero four tables, and
Mrs. Sachs won tho first prlro and
Mrs. AugiiBtn Schmidt tho consola
tion prize. "The Plcasanton" Is an
ideal place to entertain In, the largo
and airy rooms being always fresh
with the breezoS straight from Motion
valley. Mrs. Blown wore a charming
Fieneh creation and there wero many
handsome toilettes teen.
Charming Bridge Tea
One ot dm most charming events
of the weok was tho bridge tea given
by Mrs HageiiB at her Kehohe resi
dence on Monday afternoon, Mrs,
llngens, who is rt handsome- woman,
looked particularly well In a whllo
laco frock over whlto satin, A de
licious tea was served whllo the scoroii
wero being added, and Miss McStucker
won tho first prizo and MIbs Angus
the consolation. Tho guests Included
Princess Kawananakou, Mrs. A.' J.
Campbell, Mrs. George Kenton, Mir,.
S. I'arkerf Mrs. A. Schmidt, the MlsSc-n
Mclntyre, Mrs. J. S. MfcGrow, Mrs.
George Itodlek, Mrs. Clifford II. High,
tho Misses Angus, Mrs. Frank ltlch
nrdson, MrB. Joseph Schwnrtz, Mrs
A. Hannoberg, Mrs. 55. K. Myers, MrB.
.1. A. Kennedy, MrB. E. S. Ciinha, Mrs.
N. S. Sachs, Mrs. Frank Halstead.
Mrs. Lackland, Mrs. Saunders, Mlsti
n, Wa ..or, ..iss Saunders, Mrs. James,
tho Misses McStocker, Mrs. J. M.
liiggs, Mrs. T. F. Lansing, MrB. S. D.
Kingsbury, Mrs. J. D. Gaines, Mis
hnrdaway, Miss House, Mrs. Honnnr
Fockc. Mrs. C. von Hamni. Miss It
Iltith .Young, Mrs. I Wliltchoiise, Mlsn
Harrison, Mrs. Mcl.ellnu,
On Friday evening a very delightful
(nipper wus given at the Moana Hotel
by Mrs. Cox of Salem, Mass. Tho
guests present wero Dr. and Mrs.
Humphrls, Mrs. Cummins, Miss Nan
nlo Winston, Governor Cleghoru, Mr.
Klmbnll nnd Mr. Morris of Huffnlo, N.
Y. Tho evening was a beautiful ,one
and tho hack lnnai of tlio popular Mo
ana was quite crowded, ho that ono
wus reminded of old times, whcnuith
ing In Honolulu wus mora pleasant
thnn a dinner nt tho Mnann a'nd an
evening spent thero, with agreeable
company, listening to tho gentle play
of tho waves. At prosont tho Moana
Is opened only upon a 'limited scale.
lilt It Is sincerely hoped by all most
interested In Honolulu nnd tho pleas
ure of Its visitors, that boforo long tho
hotel will bo ready for guestB as for
merly and that tho old life thero" will
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mutt-Smith en
tertained on Thursday evening at
their Nuuanit Avenue residence In
honor ot their sister, MrB. Mary Mott
Smith 'Cunningham. Japnneso lnnt
orns mado n pathway of light to tho
house, whoro tho host and hostess re
ceived their guests In tho drawing
room Hoses and pink carnations made
tho rooms lovely to look upon und
bridge and dancing were Indulged In,
A delicious supper was served at
cloven, several guests coming In from
tho Oporn Kouso. Mrs. Mott-Smllh
looked handsoma In 11 most becoming
frock nnd Mrs. Cunningham In an
artistic tono of bluo silk wub groatly
admired, Her vivacity nnd charm o(
manner Is unusual, and her many
friends rcgrot tho shortness of this
visit. Sho has been' greatly enter
tained, and thero aro many others
who hoped sho would stay on so that
they could show their appreciation of
this delightful and remarkablo young
woman. Thoso Invltod'on Thursday,
evening includo ox-Governor nnd Mrs.
George Carter, Mr. and Mrs, Strong,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Swanzy, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Isenberg, Mr. nnd Mrs. S,
G. Wilder, Dr. nud Mrs, C. B. Cooper,
Mr. and Mrs. H, Focko, Mr. and Mrs.
Oerrlt Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo
1'ottcr, Mr. und Mrs. AIouzo Gartlcy,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jntnes A. Wilder, Cap
lain nlid Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mr. and
Mm. Hobcrt Atkinson, Judge and Mrs.
A. Wilder, Mrs. W. II. Ilnbbltt, Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. O. Hnwes, Jr., tho Misses
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Weight.
Dr. Cofer, Messrs. Walker, Fuller, An
derson, .Mackintosh, VJnck Atkinson,
H. Cobb, Clifford Kimball.
" Tlio Call of February 10 says: Mrs.
Rend Schwcrln was hostess at a large
reception Sunday afternoon last In
honor of Miss Margaret Hyde-Smith,
whoso marriage to Harold Dillingham
will tune placo next Monday. The
guests wero about 100 prominent
members ot thu youngur het, clich of
whom brought 11 kitchen convenience
tor tho. brldo-elqct. Tin Bpoons, glass.
towels and plo plates wero represent
ed, and tho "total was a formidable
heap of useful things. Among those
present wero Miss Marian Nowhall,
Miss Elizabeth Nowhall, Miss Julia
I.unghorne, Miss Gertrude Hyde
Smith, Miss Heleno Irwin, Miss Helen
do Young, Miss Constance do Young,
Miss Helen I laker, Miss Hyde-Smith,
Miss Alexandra Hamilton, Miss Vera
da Sabla, Mlsn Helen Howie Mlsa
Jiiscphlno Hrowu, Harold I)lllin;;!uij,
Walter Dillingham, Joseph Tohht,
Atholo McHcuu, Hayard Hydo-Ilmlth,
Harry Stetson, James Langhorno, Dick
Qlrvln and Eyro Pluckard.
W r .
Tuesday evening Captain Carter en
tertained at dinner nt his cottage In
thu Nnvy yard. Capt. Carter' and
Capt. Humphrey have quite an Ideal
bachelor's homo In tho little cottage
.formerly occuplod by tho Nlblacks,
and their dinners given there nro al
ways greatly enjoyed. On Tuesday
evening thoso present wero Mr. and
Mrs. Hlcliard Ivors, Judge and Mrs.
Wilder, Miss Nnnnlo Winston und
Miss Marlon Scott, Capt, Carter and
Judge nnd Mrs. Sanford 1). Dolo
havo roturned from Hawaii. Mrs.
Dolo and Miss Floronco Gurrey quito
enjoyed their outing nt tho Volcano
House, the cool nlr being most re
freshing. Many old friends- of tho
Doles at Hllo entertained them.
Judge and Mrs. Dolo nro at their
t'nima street residence
Wednesday ovcnlng ex-Govomnr
nnd Mrs. Carter entertained nt dinner,
In their Judd street homo, In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox. A delightful
ovenlng was spent, thoso present be
ing Mr, nnd Mrs. .Wilcox, Governor
nnd' MrB. Froar, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F.
Knudscn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Strong,
Mrs. Turner, tho sister ot Mrs. Sid
ney Ilullou, Is being much entertain
ed during her visit here. Her vivac
ity and charm nro very refreshing,
nnd sho Is renewing her acquaintance
with those sho mot last winter when
visiting here with her husband and
Saturday last was an Important
day at tho Country Club, for tho ling
which Messrs. S. O., James nnd Oer
rlt Wilder presented tho Club was
hoisted by ex-Governor Cartor and
unfurled by Mr. Gorrlt Wilder. It
was a pretty ami lmprcsslvo cere
, muiiy, nnd the Interest Which tho
three gentlemen who presented tho
Hag have always taken iu the pros-
t perlty and wclfaro of tho town was
most favorably commented upon.
J Mrs. Gcorgo Cnrtcr dispensed tea and
was surrounded by'qnlto n colony ot
her frlendi ilurlngJJp nftornoon. The
J Country Club is an Ideal' place " 'to
I drive to, and tho only Improvement
I would suggest Is sonic sort ot
lough shelter for the horses. Poor
horn's! They stand so patiently In
all sorts ot hud weather, and many u
good animal has taken 11 chill from
Mis. E. D. Tcnney, who Is nlwnys
Interested In good works, entertain
ed the Guild nnd Woman's Auxiliary
ot St. Andrew's on .Monday nftor
noon. Tho I.cntcn work wns thor
oughly planned nt tho meeting.
Cablegrams have been received
fiom Mr. Griggs Holt thut his wlfo
has already started on her Journey
to Honolulu, whore sho will spend
the summer. Mrs. Unit wjll bo Joined
by her husband In tho autumn.
Mrs. A. G. llawes, Jr., who has been
very III for two weeks past, with tin
acuto uttuck of bronchitis, Is much
belter, though still unable to lcavo
her room or see lsltorn.
Mrs, Harvey Murray has been quito
ill for a week.
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