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hwl limn In AtHfrlea, Htirllsliwoni"
H fffiilflillr smoke In wMlo Hint
Is. In Iho restaurant awl (heir i
iIikC ocrnnloiii Hills comment
! Vm, I nrmly bellie In peiti'lr di
ms; a they plee," wan tilt purlins;'
i.linl, a lie hurried nwny
Willi low limn m eK In whlrh to
Mr. I'rooMTi llw "fif lw. ha
Mtitnil IfHirt hlii trip in WihIiIiikIihi,
liilr llerrwn ihm mi t Kauai for
a villi nl a few wk
Mr. nnil Mr. IV ' Jmwi ham gjiii
I in Hawaii In visit vliio.
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nniinl Into Rliaiv. Ihn IIk chnrui. iini ""' "' "
ir tin- direction of Mr. Htnnlcy l,li" ,,"nR'
Inic.tm., I. working harder limn ever , , $ fif , .. ,
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iiti'j u.ih in nuen ilii'f iiiivnijii mimu
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Honolulu listened In the greatest Honolulu was certain!)' appreciative
vl..lli.lt In lliu world en Tuerilny'1""1 ,m,c1' 'lo tllu '"'"l,'u w'h, ll0 wu1'1
, . , icturn. Hi' was assisted liy Miss
nnnn. Jim Mibullk, with his marvel. Mllol(,r ttIl0 ,)0skcltBC8 n ,,,, mtz.
oiiH imiHli'ry "f tliu violin, clinrtucil cv-j Zo-r,oiiraii(i. Slio Ib ii linmlbuiiia vo
cryluiil)' liy tho ease anil appnient wlin- J man ami Iter l'rlnceus frock of mauve
jillclty of Ills niuthiKlH. Oiuat In uv- velvet wnB most becomliiK. A plcturo
ur tliiiiK which ho iniilcrtakvH, ier- lint coniiioseil of ostrich plumea In the
Ilium In tho "WltchcH' Dunco" he narnu tone of nmtive, united her per
Bhowcil this womlerftil art In Us high- fectly. Sho pleased everybody by her
est perfection. No leaB wonderful was cultivated nml beautiful voice. Jan
ho In "I. u rondo do I.ullns". Tho ca- Kubullk wns foituuato to have an no
nrlclmisiicss and Ka)cty of the melody, companist like llerr Schwab. Ho Ib ii
hcemcd to flow from his lingers ko noted planlBt, and the way ho for
iiuirIc. All his Helectlona wero nppal- lowed every tono of tho violin was
limly illlllcnlt and most beautiful. With the perfection of ait. Cyril Damon
what ease and hlmpllclty did the great turned the leaves for htm. After the
violinist charm tho ear and heart. Ho concert Kubellk, Madame Kubcllk,
looked a Renins. Ilxprosslvo Krey Miss Mueller, Hcrr Scliwnb, Mr. and
eyes under level bjack blows, a shock Mrs. Adams wero motored to the boat.
of strong black hair, icflncd features, Madame Kubcllk Is a lovely young Kill
and a delicate plDclnuo mndo n tout with black c)es and fulr hair. Sho
ensemble unusual In every respect has nil the 'Vivacity of tho Hungarians
mid his tensltlve hands! How they 'and dimmed everybody who met hci.
oxpiessed himself In every lino ol i The Kubcllks have been married five
their iuiiiIoIIiir. In New York lie jeais. They have four children and
played before the lamest audiences posseCB n flno old castlo In Hungary,
ever icon In the Hippodrome, and In Mr. Kubcllk, although so very young,
London on u Kubellk night, tho scats has had many honors thrust upon him
lire at n premium. Honolulu does not of every conceivable sort. Ho has
usually exert heisolf, but everybody through everything preserved tho
would have turned out even at 12, same simple manner, which has won
o'clock at night In order to hoar tho him the tcspect and admiration of the
great Kubellk, Ho hns no manner-1 woi Id. The Kubellks were charmed
Isms, but stands simply and naturally, with Honolulu and hoped to como
the wondciful tones thrilling and mak- again, although It Is hardly possible
lug cvcr.vbody client with emotion, iib ho will not play in America for
"With what upplaiiso ho wns gieelcd. some time.
Visiting at Malukuikui
Launch parties on the watcis of the
Wnhlnwa iluin, dilvcs In Wnlalua and
tho surrounding country, saddle tilps
to Wnlnnno (lap or strolls through the
vast Holds of pineapples, havo been
participated In during tho last two
weeks by at least three dozen guests
nt tho 111 owns "Maliikukul," and to
day another party of nine Is booked
for over Sunday, and upon Mrs.
Urown's icturn next week from three
months nt tho Queen's hospital,
many mom havo planned to enjoy tho
bracing nlr. Among tho recent guests
weio Mr. and Mis. Jean Abadle, 3Ir.
Aldilrh, Mr. Uanks, Mr. nml Mrs, C.
A. lliown, .Mr. Carl lluihlinltz, Mr.
Hwii'0 Cartwrlght. Mr. Chllllugworth,
Mrs. W. S. Cookson, Mr. Walter F.
Dillingham. Mr. M. Ivan Dow, Mr
nml .Mrn. H-ilon, Mr. Alfuvl Ferreyio:
Mrs. A. It. (luircy. Miss Kloience Our
ley. Mrs. l'erley J. Home, Itohuil
Home, Mrs. A. H. Horton, Miss Ho.-,
ton, Mr. O It. Horton, Miss Irwin, Mr.
Ferdinand Klene, Mr, Munines, Mr. (J.
F. MnweU, .Mrs. Schwartz, Dr. and
Mis. Doii'iuiiH Scudder, Mrs. John
Walker, Miss Welsgerher, Mr. mid
Mis. (Ifii It Wilder. Mr. nml Mjh. I).
L. Wlthlngton, Jlr. Yiiiuuila.
Those Easter Hats
I'lttsjjurg, l'a., April 19. For ilvo
minutes the l'nclflc express on tho
Pennsylvania Itnllioad was delayed
this morning liy an Hnbtcrhat. When
tho Hast l.lliei ty Btntlou was ic.ichcd
u )oung niitl beautiful woman, who
boarded tho truln nt New Yoik last
night. Indicated that she Intended to
get out. Sho put on her now Kastor
hat and started ttuough the narrow
iilslo at tho Hide of the I'ullmnn car.
Suddenly she caino to n stop, Tho
hat was too wide to clear tho passag".
Sho tried, lo wriggle forward hut
couldn't, unci then tried to hack up,
Hut tho hat was stuck fast and she
was nailed to It by half n dozen hnt
There wns great excitement. Tho
conductor dcmnmlod Unit tho train
start and threatened to carry tho
young woman on Into tho city. The
porter tried to shovo her forwnrd, but
It wn,s nA iibc, Then n traveling man
suggested that sho take tlio hat off.
It hadn't occunod lo her before. Alt
er much trouble sho removed tho hat
pins. Then she got from under tho
hat and tho porter guvo It a yank
Tho hat cleared the aisle, but nil tho
varnish on both sides of the passage
Ily actual measurement tho crea
tion was thlrty-slx Inches over all.
St. Louis, Mo., April 19. "Merry
Widow" hats massed In n solid bank
In tho foremost lows of St. John's
Catholic Church today prevented n
panic mining tho worbhipciH nt Has-
ter Borvlee by hiding fioin the con
gregation n dangerous blnzo on the
n I tar, which was extinguished by a
priest and two iiltur boys.
Tho boiuiucts of largo paper lilies
hud become Ignited by candles group
ed on tho nltnr, mid whtlo the llru
burned llercely thoso In tho church
remained with heads bowed in pray
er, thn view of the llamcs blocked, by
tho wldesprcndlng Faster cieatlons.
The werners of tho "Merry Widow"
mlllineiy were almost directly under
the sanctuary rail In u position where
they could not bee tho Are themselves.
Father J, Stephen declared tho
women's vanity which mndo tho pos
sessors of hats of gieatcst magnitude
seek places In the flout of the room
where they lotild be been to best ad
vantage pi nimbly wived scoics from
Injury and possible death.
Women and Smoke
Philadelphia, l'a., April 18.
"Why Bhould not women smoko?"
was the rejoinder of Professor llury,
rcglus professor of modern history it
Cambridge University, England, to n
question concerning his views of the
pioprlety of tho clgnrctto fad among
the full- box. Piofessor llury had Just
been lecturing before Unlvcislty of
Pennsylvania students at Houston
Hall upon tho subject nt "Thucydl-
"I cannot see why penplo should
not bo allowed to do as they pIcaBo
In thu matter," said Piofessor llury.
"That Is, oveiybody over sixteen
)enrB nf ngo. It would bo for tho
good of the rnc If smoking were
piohlbltcd both to boys mid girls un
der that ngc, hut It young women
want to Binoko I, for ono, would per
"Of courso you mean In private?"
he was asked,
"No; I would extond tho liberty lo
tho restaurants iib well," ho buI I,
with n smile, iib ho was about to tukc
tho train for Now Torlc.
"Smoking among tho women Is, of
, way, nud tho nlu.lcnU of the vnrlnur I
school mi)' that Ihey are going tu!
make It Just us great n lln.incl.il sue
I cess, Homo hundreds of tickets base
already been rolil, and tho Imlleatlnnn
are that tho Opera Hnii'ie will bo
packed nil next Frlda) high! It.
served coat lickelD may be ha I in
Wall, Nichols Co., after ! o'clock nest
Monday, morning. In place uf the ex
Mrs. Westcrvelt entertained on
Wednesday nt whnt she called u rel
utlvo leu, ul her pretty cnttngo In
College Hills, Coreopsis were used
In the decorative scheme with good
effect. Among tho guests wero Mrs
Ilrlnckcrhotr, Sr Mrs. Wultcr llrlnck
erhuff, Mrs. James II. Castle, Mrs. Al
lan White, Mrs. C.tstle-Cnlemau, Mlsl
.Margaret Castle, Mrs. Ileatrlce Cas
tle, Miss Cruss,
Tho oinccrn of tho llrnzlllan ship
gavo ii prt'tty reception yesterdny af
ternoon to quite a number of their fair
friends. The olllcers of both tho ships
in port nro great favorites, and )cs-
lerday'g reception was u most enjoy
able nffulr. Last evening tho Por
tuguese colony turned out in great
numbers to greet tho olllcers of the
Ilcnjamln Constant. Tho reception
was held In Lusltann hall, which was
brilliantly Illuminated, lirazlllan and
Portuguese flags woro very much In
cvldcnco nnd a delicious supper was
served. Tho grand march, qulto a
fentttro of tho evening, was led by
Major Caliuira and Mrs. M. A. Sllvn.
Count Cannvarro, Consul for Portugal,
wns present and many lending men of
tho community. Tho olllcers have
mado many friends, who hopo to havo
tliu pleasure of greeting them again.
Mrs. James II. Castlo's tea on Mon
day at Kunnlu was u very cnjoyablo
affair. The table was set on the la-
nal, which Is the largest In Hono
lulu nnd commands a view of tho
ocean which cannot be surpassed
American lleauty roses nnd la Frnnco
made the rose-room, as well as tho
tea-table, n Joy. Mrs. Allan White
kindly consented to sing and her glo
rious voice gave intense pleasure.
Mrs. Cnstle, always beautifully) dress
ed, wore a French confection of old
rose-liberty satin and old lace. The
guests included Mrs. Hyde, Mrs. A.
0. Hnwes, Sr., Mrs. Sanford U. Dole,
Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mrs. Mist, Mrs. W.
W. Hall, Mrs. Urinckcrhoff, Sr Mrs.
A. Atkinson, Mrs. J. O. Carter, Mr).
Allan White, Mrs. J. S. Mcdrew, Mrs.
Castlc-Coleman, Mrs. Walter Urinck
crhoff, nnd Miss Margaret Castlo as
sisted nt tho tca-table.V '
The Dramatic Circle of the Art
League gave an Informal tea at tho
League rooms on Wednesday, Mrs.
W. M. Gruham presiding. Many plays
wero proposed and u committee wns
chosen for selecting, Tea, cakes nnd
sandwiches wero serve.
Cowcn's cantata "Tho Hoso Maid
en," will bo given at tho Opera House
on Friday evening next. Tho soloists
will bo Mrs. Druco McV. Mackall, Mrs.
O'Day, Mr. Chester Livingstone, Mr.
C. F. Kdmunds. It will bo one of the
events of tho season.
Among tho prominent passengers
sailing In tho Siberia wero Col. and
Mrs. S. Parker, Princess Knplolanl,
Mr. F. K. Howard, Mrs. Hugo P. Frcar
urn! daughter, .Mr. C. S. Dcsky, Prince
David Kawauuuakoa, Mrs. Aubrey
Mrs. Robert Wilcox gavo a luau
and hula ut her residence on Pros
pect street on Tuesdny night in hon
or of the llrnzlllan nnd Chilean war
ship now In port. Tho olllcers were
delighted with the hospitality shown
Mrs. Mulcomb Maclntyro received
with her mother, Mrs. Hall, at tho
family residence In Nuuanu avenue
on Wednesday. Thero wero many
callers who paid their rcspectB to tho
pretty young brldo and her mother, i
Miss Edith Mills returned from
tho Volcano on Tuesday after n de-
i.ghtful experlenco at the quaint ho
tel, During her nbsenco Mrs. Wil
liam K. Tnyjor was the guest of MIb
Mr. Charles Desky was a passenger
la tho Siberia. Ho will visit his daugh
ter Florence, who Is studying music
In Denver, Colorado, with such decid
Miss Harriet Hatch will spend tho
summer with her grandmother, Mrs.
Hawcs, Sr., at Sans Soucl.
Thero will bo nn Influx of school
girls nnd school boys tho latter patt
' iiilon nt Die
ined to with
.ii n ga) 111-
nuh tho cold
villi tho llow
'ii to China.
i Mr. otto wix "
ur ollraellug. much ..
The Chilean b.im! i
lintel last evening w
great pleasure. Tin i
tie ilangco nflerwaid
Mist Namilo , Win
her trip to Japan, nl
weather has Interfer.
er show She niny k
Mrs. II. (Irlggs II rapidly gel
ling her heallh back Hoh shu and,
Mr. Holt will take a inp as soon as
niitl Ii able to travel ,
Alfied Cooper, Jiiilu. Cooper's eld
est boh, gavo a btai. .miner at the'
CiHiper mansion last '..tdng to sev-'
oral of his bank nrsm n.i-s.
Mrs. James Kennch was thu host
ess of a bridge tea on . dnesday.
Des Moines, la., Man li ir., A the
ater wherein perform.! urea will bo
given exclusively for tho entertain
ment of women will In- a novel fea
ture In Dcs Moines If the plans of
Miss Lillian H. Matthews, who came
hero from New York city, nro car
ried to n successful culmination.
Miss Mntthews has rhargo of the
associated charities w jrk nnd ltu
special officer of the Juvenllo Court
If yfitiSvould be made well
ngaln folloY the wample of
thousands of cured people nnd
stnrt taking the Bitters to
day. You'll And ,lt the best
lncillriho you ever took for
Poor Appetite, Headache, I
Heartburn, Bilioumess, Cost
ivenesi, Dytpepiia,' Indiges
tion, Malaria, 'fever, and
work. Sho bclleics n theater Bhould
be maintained for girls with per
formances such as would glvo them n
right idea of life She has Interest
ed somo prominent and wealthy men
In this philanthropic movement and
thero Is now a strong possibility of
her plans maturing In the near fu
ture "Much of the Incorrigibility In our
girls," Bays Miss Mnttnows, "Is due
to tho conception of life they get by
visiting somo of tho theaters In the
city whero weird melodrama and dis
gusting burlesque Is tho feuturo.
Thero should be n theater for girls
alone, where the admission would ho
so reasonable that thoy would go
there In preference to other piny
houses. Such pl.iys should bo pre
sented us would reflect tho better
sentiments of life clenn nnd moral
Central Union Church Morning
worship nt fl o'clock. Tho minister
will preach, subject "The Man With a
Measuring Line." Choir nnd chorus
will sing Dennett's "God Is a Spirit;
Mrs. J. C. O'Day will sing Duck's
"Judge Me, O tlod." Hvcnlng worship
nt 7:30 o'clock. Sermon by the min
ister, subject "An Apostlllc Com
mand." Choir, chorus and congrega
tional singing; the chorus will sing
Sudd's "Ho Shall Feeil Ills Flock."
Tho quarter will slug "Ood Who Mad
est Forth nnd Heaven."
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Morning worship, 11 a. m.; Ho v. John
L. Hopwood, pastor of tho Dlshop Me
morial Chapel, Kamehamcha, wilt oc
cupy tho pulpit and havo for his sub'
Ject, "Tho Chrlstllko Mind"; Miss
Gertrude Hull will sing. Evening ser
vice, 7:30 o'clock; Bcrmoil'by the pas
tor; subject, "Improper Food"; George
Madeira will sing.
Catholic. Cathedral, Our Lady of
Peace G nnd 7 a. m., low mnjs with
holy communion; 9 a. m low mass
with singing and ICngllsli sermon;
10:30 n. in., high pontlllcnl mnss. Pat'
ronngo of St. Joseph. Special music
for tho occasion; 2 p. m., Rosary nnd
native Instruction; 7 p. m., Porta
gucse sorinon nnd solemn benediction,
Saturday: 7 p. m., benediction.
Tho Catholic Church -of St. John
tho Dnptist, Kallhl-waenn, In charge
og Hov. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
May 10th, Feast of tho patronngo of
St. Joseph, 8:30 n. m., high mnss, ser
mon, collection, Sunday school. 4 p.
Christian church services 11 a. m.,
sermon, subject "Christ tho Truth."
7.4S p. in., sermon, "Is Religion a Mys
tery? If So Can Wo Explain It. If
Wo Cannot. Should Wo Reject It?" All
ate made welcome.
Saint Augustine on tho Beach 9 a.
m., low nvtss with singing and English
Tonight Is the hist opportunity to
see that most successful comic opera
"Tho Mascot," mi opportunity which
certainly should not bo missed. So
groat wus the success of "Tho Mas
cot" last week that It was decided to
put It on n third night and "tonight's
Tho performance tonight will be
oven better than thoso of last week as
by this time nil who aro taking part
are now thoroughly at homo with an
audience In front of them ami far
closer resemble professionals than
Tho manner In which tho tickets nro
going for tonight foretells another
crowdcil house. Tho schools and col
leges will be well represented and
without a doubt the fun will be fast
and furious. There Is hot u dull mo
ment during the whole performance
of "The Mascot" and tho production
glides through with a briskness nud
brightness only equalled on the high
class professional stage.
All whu huvo seen "Tho Mascot" are
delighted urn! the usual answer to the
question "Aro you going ngaln to
night?" Is "Wli) of courso,"
Tonight Is thu wind-up of tho ama
teur opera season as It woro, a short
season certainly, but a most success
ful ono, and It Is safu to Bay no other
nmntciir production has mado such n
lilt as "Tho Mascot," If thoro aro any
who havo not ulteaily secured their
tlcketB Ihey bhould do so Immediately
as thoro aro only a fow hours and u
correspondingly smalt number of tick
Chu No Fat, tenement,
Btreet; Sing Chan Co.
K. Yaoyu, restaurant, King street;
C. Q. Ycc Hop Co., tenement, llor
etanlu Btreet; Won & Loul Co.
Kwong Vlng Fat, tenement, King
ktreot; Kwong Chong.
K. S. Cunha, cottage, Cunhn luno;
Pllares & Co.
S. Mouchl, cottage, Vineyard
M. F. Sllvn, cottngo, WnrU street;
Wo Chan Co., stores, King street;
Sing Chun Co.
I). II. Dlniond, cottage, School
street; Kmmeliith & Co,
Cnpt. Parke, ccttage, Parker lane,
Von Hatnm-Young Co., garage, AI
akca street; M. Tanakn.
Chin Wo Co., outhouse, Llllha
street; Kwong Chong.
Manuel Santos, cottage, Serena
lane; K. Okl.
Hon, Iron Works, offlce, Nuuanu
strcot; E. It. Hath.
Autone Mollo, cottage, Makeaulna
btreet; E. It. Hath.
II, M. Townscnd Co., theater build
ing, Hotel street.
It, W. Condon, changes for moving
picture show, Chlneso theater.
A, S, Humphreys, cottage, Kukul
Jus, C. Corrca, cottage, Hospital
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FERD. T. HOPKINS, Proprietor. 37 Great Jones Street, New York
Rfifl mmximmtts . an nab H
Eealizinpr the creat benefit the As-
eociation hat been to hundreds of Ho
nolulu citizens, and with a desire Jof
bringing; the same benefit to many
others who want it, but feel the ex
pense too great, Resolved: That the
Board of Control order a special dis
pensation to be in force during the
fallowing months of Hay and June,
That any person in good health be
tween the;age of one and sixty years
may become a member of the Asso
ciation in Class A, on payment of
?a,w memoersnip tee.
BULLXTIN AD 8. PAY
Sixty-one people) liavo npplicd for
renewals of their llnuor Hcoiibch.
Thero wna n uicelluK of tliu Hoard ot
License Conmiluuloners yesterday af
ternoon and tliu tlmo for public hoar
tng of several applications will lio
heard. This nfteiuoon at 2 o'clock
there will bo n meottni; nt which n
rovhnv of the operations of tho past
l l a ig-
That children in good health be
tween the ngc of one and ten years
may become n member in Class B, ou
payment of $1.50.
This to apnly only to the City of
Honolulu nnd Island of Oahu. And
let it be further Resolved: That any
member who is in good health', and is
delinquent on any assessment, if laid
assessment is paid during the month
of May and June, 1908, all penalties
will be waived,
W. W, HALT., President.
J. H. TOWNSEND, Scy.
iiuHuiuiu, mini lo, ivuo.
"THUNDERER" 8PEAKS TO
JAPAN IN PUAN TERMS.
London, April 15, Japan Is candid
ly reminded by tho Times this morn
ing that England supports America
In demanding a strict observance, of
tho opon dour In Muuchurla. Some
days ago tho I'ekln correspondent of
tho Times lelegiaphed "China's
bovcrelgnty In Manchuria is being
ground small botueen tho millstones
of nusslnn ascendancy In tho south."
Henco tho Thunderer welcomes
Consul Fisher's action ugalust litis-
slan protonslons In Ilurbln both on Its
own iu count nnd because "It Is n
I quiet reminder to Japan that America
In common with tlio othor powers ex
pects both signatories to tho treaty
of Portsmouth to respect Chlneso
Tho Tliu .! goes on lo say that tha
situation in Muuchurla teems with
illlllcultleB requiring tho most careful
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ha news of tha day. '
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