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Ilrllllatit music, pretty Rlrls .nnd
lou-ly scenic effects helped to mnko
tlio long tnlkcd-of production of "Tho
Mascot" one of tho spectacular suc
cesses of amateur opera. Tho house
on Thursday evening nas filled full
top to bottom, and an appreciative
nmllcnco npptauded tho many charm
Iiir situations of which tho hrlRht lit
tle ern abounds, Tho chorus wdf
unusually Rood, and It went olt with
Rrent eclat. "Sonny" Cunha, cleter
nnd amusliiR, mado a decided hit, nnd
Mrs. Wnltnr Macfarlano In a nandar
ful frock of ulilto spniiRlcd with gold,
a hiiRo picture hat upon her lovely
head, laden with droopliiR plumes,
wnB a bewitching picture. Her sweet
olcc was hoard to great ndvantagc,
and tho Rlrls accompanying her
dresacd as Sweet 1'cns, most cffectlvo
ly nnd Rrnccful. Tho ilanco rehearsed
by XIIss Adelo dc 1'ArtlRiio was very
pretty, nnd tho Sweet I'cns Included.
JIa Chcrlc Mrs. Walter Macfarlano,
assisted by Miss Maymo Wadman,
I Miss Annabel Low, Miss Ada Owen
'ilolyn lllnlr. Miss Alice Cooper, Miss
Marlon Ilotli, Miss Illancho Sopcr.
Mrs. Crook ns Ilcttlna Interpreted
tho part with Kinco and her beautiful
Milco was delightful In tho solos.
She was exceedingly spontaneous nnd
natural. Mrs. Huro llcrzcr as Fin
niettn was very hnndsoiuo nnd Impreo
five. As tlio piping Kill she qultu
brouRht down tho house. Mr. Hugo
Horzor'a I'lppo was n flnlslied per
forniance, which gavo great pleasure,
and Mr. Webb did very clever work
as Lorenzo XVII. Ills solo was par
ticularly enjoynbto nnd the choruses
led by him left nothing to bo desired.
Mr. James Dougherty wns perfectly
at homo In his part, and his olco way
In excellent shape. lie Is alwayf
pleasing. Tho pages mado u decided
lilt, being uugmented by Miss Margar
et Itestnrlck, Messrs. Vernon Tenncy,
Pages of The Mascot Miss Thclma
Murphy. Miss Mnrgaret Rcstarlck,
Miss Alice Hastings, Miss Laura Low,
Miss Clnrlmla Low, Miss Carol Low,
Miss Kamona Marks, Miss Sybil Kob
ertson. Miss Margaret Center, Miss
.lelcn Center, Master Vernon Tenncy,
Master Itcynold McOrew, Master Alan
Ronton, Master Luther Hough, Master
Max Dolte, Master Ivan Graham, Mas
ter Fred Singer, Master Charles Drcn.
ham, Master Cyril Damon, Master Ala.
Those) having minor parts added
greatly to tho brilliancy of tho occa
sion tyid the chorus certainly was
splendid. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard lvcrs
occupied the stago box nnd their
guests Included Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph
l'orstcr, Mr. and Sirs, dcrrlt Wilder
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Potter. Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. O. Oilman and party were
in tho opposlto box and tho loges were
taken by Col. and Mrs. S. Parker, tho
Prlnco nnd Princess Knwananakoa
being wltli tncm. Mr. Aiti and Mr.
Amoku bad friends with them In n
logo. Tho oiiiir peoplo of tho chorus,
program sellers, ushers, opera com
mittee, patroncsFcs and cast included:
I'lppo, n Shepherd.. Mr. Hugo Herzer
Lorenzo XVII., Prlnco of Plomblno
Mr, W. H. Webb
Frederick, Prlnco of Pisa
Mr. Jns. D. Dougherty
Itocco, a Farmer.... Mr. A. R. Cunha
I'arnfnnte, Sergeant. Mr. C. F. Jenkins
Mathco, Inn-keeper.... Mr. Wm. Kerr
Dr. Doplo Mr, P. J. Harwood
Angelo Master Vernon Tenncy
Mario Master 'Reynold McOrew
Carlo Miss Margaret Kcstarlclc
Flametta, Daughter of Lorenzo Xi.l.
Mrs. Hugo Herzer
Ilcttlna. the Mascot.. Mrs. L. R. Crook
PcasantH, Lord and Ladles of Court,
Soldiers, etc., etc.
Chorus of The Mascot Ladies: Miss
little K. Aylett, Miss Mary K. Aylctf,
Miss G. Ilnu-knor, Miss Jean Center,
Mrs. P, G. Cox, Miss Lo'ilso Day, Miss
C. V. Hall, Miss E. T. Hopper. Miss
M. K, Hopper, Miss A. F. Johnson,
Miss A, U Macaulay, Miss J. II. Ma-
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caulay, Miss Nellie McLaln, Miss Edna
Perkins, Miss U Edith Perkins, Mrs.
J, G. Pratt, Miss C. Rcstarlck, Miss
Agnes Sparrowc, Miss M. P. Wlnne.
Gentlemen: Mr. J. C. Anderson, Mr.
E, K. Arnold, Mr. W. lleakhanc, Mr.
L. O. Dlackmnn, Mr. Carlos Caccrcs,
.Mr, P. O. Cox, Mr. II. V Dalvson, Mr.
C. E. Edmonds, Mr. J. C. Ewlng, Dr.
N. S Falrwealher, Mr. P, J. Harwood,
Mr. J. Hills, Mr. C. F. Jenkins, Mr. E.
K. Kaal, Mr. W. E. Kerr, Mr. C. F.
Livingston, Mr, C. 0. I.Ulngston, Mr.
A. H. Myhre, Mr. It. W Perkins, Mr. J.
Lewis Rcnton, Mr. P. Sihmldt, Mr. J.
Thompson, Mr. C. F Waterman.
The orchestra was under tho direc
tion of the following:
Opera Committee .Miss Charlotte
Hall, chairman; Miss Constance Rcs
tarlck, Mrs. Hugo Horror. Program!,
Mrs. F. D, Damon; ushers, Miss Mary
A. Lawrence; posters, Miss Vera Da
mon. Program Ladles Myrn Aiiriib, lrma
Ilallcntyc, Vera Damon, Jcsslo Ken
nedy, Edith Spalding.
Ushers Ethel Angus Louise Car
penter, Charlotte Dodge, Julia Damon,
Louise Lucas, Sarah Lucas, Margaret
Loomls, Mary Lawreiue, Isabella Mc-
Corrlston, Ethel Spalding, Alice
Thompson, Ella Wirt, .Myra Tollan.
The following were the patronesses
and tho chapcroncs:
Patronesses Mrs. W F, Frenr, Mrs.
E. A. Mott-Smlth, Prim ess Kawanana
koa, Mrs. O, R. Carter, Mrs. A. T. At
kinson, Mrs. S. M. Damon, .Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham, Mrs. J. S. McOrew, Mrs.
S. rt. Dole, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs. W.
W. Hall, Mrs. II. II. Rcstarlck, Mrs. A.
Fuller, Mrs. Robert toners, Mrs. F.
M. Swanzy, Mrs. O. P Wilder, Mrs.
F. J. Lowrcy, Mrs. .1. II. Castle, Mrs.
J. H. Sopcr, Mrs. S. M Angus. Mrs.
E. S. Cunha, Mrs. C. A. Holloway,
Mrs. E. I. Spalding, Mrs. E. D. Tenncy,
Mrs. GcorRO Herbert, Mrs. P. A. Schnc
fcr, rs. Samuel Parker, Mrs. W. 1
Hopper, Mrs. W. M. Graham. Mrs. J,
A. McCandtcss, Mrs. L. L, McCandlcss,
Mrs. A. Gnrtlcy, Mrs. Robert Atkinson,
Sirs. James Wilder, .Mrs. A. F. Wall,
Mrs. 11. R. Macfarlano, Mrs. It. M. von
Holt, Mrs. Paul Isonborg, Mrs. r. W.
Macfarlahc, Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Mrs. J.
F. Morgan, Mrs. Ebon tow, Mr F. 11.
Humphris, Mrs. A. G. Ilawcs, Jr., Mrs.
C. W. C. Dcerlng. Mrs. M. Phllllpi,
Mrs. J. Lucas, Mrs. A. A. Wilder, Mrs.
W. D. Adams, Miss N. Winston.
Chapcroncs Mrs. F II. Angus, Mrs.
W. G. Fay, Mrs. C. II. High, Mrs. M.
Phillips, Mrs. E. A. R. Ross, Mrs. A.
F. Wall, Mrs1. E. J. Waterman.
Kamehameha Girls' Concert
The Olco Club of. Kamehameha
School for Olrls' will glvo Franz Abt's
cantata, "Tho Water Fairies," on Sat
urday evening. May Oth. Tho story is
a pleasing one, and with Its natural
settings, costumes, etc., should proo
It represents tho fairies coming
from "rhcr, Inko nnd ocean," to pay
homago to their Queen who lives In
a beautiful bower near Wulalcalu
Falls. She receives them kindly nnd
relates to them tho story of queen,
discontented with her lot, "Who
thought the earth would sweotor bo
than any limpid stream," and her sor
row In learning that " 'twas a dream"
and sho could not return. A farewell
solo nnd chorus, after which tho fair
ies seek their own homes, closes tho
scene Tho Hawaiian maids aru nt
homo in tho wntcr, and to Imagluo
them fnlrics' Is not difficult. It Is giv
en for tho benefit of tho Athletic As
boclatlnn, as well as to glvo tho friends
of tho school an opportunity to see
and hear this beautiful cantutn.
"The Robo Maiden" will bo held In
tho Hawnllan Opera Houso Friday
evening, May lDth. Mrs. Druco McV.
Mnckall, Mrs. 0'D.iy nnd Mr. Edwards
will bo tho soloists. A chorus of ner
three hundred voices Is being trained.
Mrs. D. Orlggs Holt, whVhaA caused
so much anxiety to her friends during
tho past week, Is Improving slowly In
Mrs Helen Noonau will sail on
Thursday for Kauai and sho expcclu
to bo gono a month.
' An engagement announced with
much dining not long ngo Is under
tttood to bo brpken
Major and Mis. Hnan, who aro being
bo much entertained aro attho Young
"" Mrs. Fred Curler, who has been
qulto seriously ill Is inpltlly recover
ing. Mr. C. Iledcmuuu has gone on n
business trip to tho other Islands.
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After arriving off tho harbor Inst
evening the llrnzillnn training ship
Ilenjamln Constant, Captain Antonio
Cnntlnho Gomez Pcrclrn, came into
tho harbor last night. Sho Is en routo
from Rio around tho world, and will
remain in this port about a week.
Tlio boat left Rio on tho samo day
that the American Fleet sailed. Sho
comes hero direct from Callao. Sho
Is a training ship for young olnccrs,
nnd not for oung Jackles, as aro
Konio of tho similar craft of Unclu
Sam. Sho brings USO marines, and u
largo list of officers.
Tho boat Is n trim craft, ship-rig
ged, using her sails, but with aux
iliary Btcam engines. Sho Is built on
rather obsolete lines, but Is a delight
to tho eye, nil the same.
The ports at which tho boat will
call after leaving hero are: Yoko
hama, Nagasaki, Kobe. Shanghai,
Hongkong, Manila, Singapore, Colom
bo, Aden, Cairo, Alexandria, Naptc.i,
Marseilles, Gibraltar and Rio do Ja
neiro. Tlio boat will ho opened to visitors
nt somo tlmo whllo sho is, here.
Tho ship walked Into tho harbor
this morning without a pilot.
Officers aboard her aro:
Captain Lieutenants: Alvaro Cnr
alho, Agcnor dc Souzn, Ernesto
Cunha, Henrique Giillhem, Annttml
Gama, Marcalllno Sauza, Nojuclra dn
Camn nnd Mnclo Montelro.
First Lieutenants: Oscar Esplndo
la, Tnclto Cnrvnlho, I lor ha o Souzn,
Aaarno Itclrs, Kulluo Cardoo, Alfre
do Rnbello, Vlclrn Ilnrcellos, For re Ira
Pinto, Mnrls Colmbru, Marls AIvcs,
Pinto Gulmnrucs and Eujcnlu do Cas
tro, Second I.leutcnnnts; Garcia Ara
gns, Ouro Preto, AiiiiIImI Mattos, Fla
vin Medclrros, Oscar Gomes Norn,
Hess do Mello, Fcrnnudcs do Sonru,
Alveu do Mourn Ilrandnn, Junior;
Montr Frolic, Nun Tuyo Torres, Nel
son Souzn, Perelrn das Neves, Cnmpo
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horsemen who wero there, and it
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was to permit the Hooding of foreign
labor thorn to work tho gr?nl sugar
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Colorado said It would result In tho
flooding of tho Islands with contract
Japanese nnd Chlucso laborers. As
there wns no duty on sugar fiom Ha
wall, the sugar Interests In this cnuu
fair Hint they say will even bo nn
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