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EVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II. .SATURDAY, MAY 1G, 1909.
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NEW EMPIRE THEATrS
Corner Hotel and Bethel Streets
Honolulu's most rriodern and up-to-date
amusement house, fitted with
operia chairs; has perfect venti
lation and appointments.
THE LATEST MOVING PICTURE MACHINE, THE M0TOGR4BH
Afternoon and Evening Performances
Change of Prpgram: Mondays. Wednesdays
Prices of Admission:
10c, 15c and 25c
Hotel Street, 15c and 25c'
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The many Inquiries which are bclns i
made arc evidence of the keen Inter
est which the coming reentatloii' of
'tho medodrnnu of "Enoch Anlen" by
Richard' Straum. Is awakening. The
novelty of such a production to a Ho
nolulu hudlence, the fact that the com
poser Is considered the greatest of the
present age, and the high regard In
which MIeb Clarke and Mrs. JVater-
liouso are held, ensures n laige and
appreciate e audlenco. The work, al
though fundamentally simple In
thought as la the poem, Is Intensely
psychological, appealing to the Intel
lect ad well tin the emotions. Tho best
preparation for tho audience for an In
telligent hoarlng Is a careful rondlng
of the old Tennyson poem, In order
that a tuo appreciation may be had
when tho Parlous themes representing
Ue Betting of the story, the characters
and the blending of their Ihes, et
cetera, are Introduced. Btrauss has
employed the most exquisite changes
and modulations In thero themes, mak
ing It fascinating to listen for and
recognize their recurrence and Its rig
ntflcanco as regards tho development
of llio story. Tho College Club, under
whose ausplccs4he affair Is to bo giv
en, are most fortunate, in having Miss
Clarke In their plant) part. As an In'
telllgent and artistic Interpreter of
Strauss' nmslc she Is not? tmrpassed
here. Her rendering of the extremely
difficult Sonata with- Mrs. Ingalls, at
the latter"o recital, la evldonce of her
lowers In this' line. Frank e$presslons
of pleasure arc heard on all sides at
the prospect 'of agaltl -hearing Mrs.
Waterhouso In public. Tho tickets for
the melodrama, which Is to be given at
tho residence of Mrs. J. A. McCand
less, Nuuanu, on tho evening of May
25tlr, aro now on Bala at Bergstrom's,
and nho may be had of the members
of the College Club.
Mrs. J. McCandless of Nuuanu are
nue was the hostess of a most enjoy
ablo muslcale tea bn Friday afternoon
In honor of Mrs. Kldley, 'ono of the
many charming military women In
town. THo Unusual progam" was very
entertaining and thoso who gave such
pleasure to their friends were Mrs.
Mackall, Mrs. Wadhdma', Mrs. Tcnncy
Peck, who sang and 'played, Miss
home, was Jn great form so ccr
body said and helped much to make
tho dinner the great success It wns
Those present Included Mr and Mrs.
James Wilder, Dr. and .Mrs James!
Judd, Mr. and Mrs Itlchard hers, Mr
and Mrs. Clifford Klmbiill, Mr and
Mrs. 8; O. Wilder, Mr und Mrs. (lor
rlt Wilder, Mr. and Mrs Edward Ten-
ney, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Atkinson,
Hon. A. I., C. Atkinson, Captain Kxton,
U. S. N.
Mr. and Mrs. aeorge Davles enter
talned delightfully nt "The Dingle" j
fest evenlug, The color scheme of tho
table was pink, roses, pink tulle, smllax
arid maidenhair being used with ex
quisite effect. Tho guests were Dr.
and MfB, Ernest Waterhouso, Mr, and
Mrs. Montague Cooke, Mrs. Ulrney, J
Mlso Wrney, Mr. David Anderson, Mr. I
One of the dainty luncheons of the
week was glicu by Mrs, i:. M. Wat
son In honor of Mrs, l-cMcm-Ilrnln
who sails for England on the 25th A
basket of Iqlets and ferns In a cut
glaB dUh Vrnnmented Iho tabic and
ench guest nx prosented Willi a cors
ago of double violets. Among those
present wero Mrs. Jnmen Cockburn.
Mrs. King, her mother, Mrs, Halph
Fprster, Mrs. Tcnny I'eck, Mrs. J. Mc
Caftdloss, Mrs. Z. K. Myers.
Mm. Mllo Potted and her daughter,
Mies Nina Jones, who gave a pretty
dinner last evening at which American
Ueauty rosea wore the' (lecoratlon. Mrs.
Potter Is n youthful looktntf-nomnn
to be tho mother of a debutante. She
was, howecr, married very joung, and
mnlher and daughter look like sisters
They arc lovely women, already social
ly prominent hero.
Miss l.aur.1 Wight was the hnstesR
of a tea on Friday at her Judd street
residence. Tlieru were many present
and a very pleasant afternoon wiik
spent discussing the delicious viunds.
Among tho distinguished passengers
returning In the Mongolia wero Prince
and Princess Kalantanaole, Doth tho
Prince' and Princess ban- met with
Wah Chong Co.
Waverly Block, Hots Street.
Have iust received from the Mainland EXdUlSITELY
BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS IN
SWELL RIBBONS FOR HAIR AND SA8HES. NOTIONS.
ALL WOOL SUITINGS
FULL LENOTH REOULAR MADE HOSE FOR LADIES
It is its
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Schacfer, Miss AgnegWlckstrutn, Miss tgrMl social buccosb In Washington
Margaret Clarke. At the' tea table,' ana the Princess, tall and beautiful,
beautifully set out wltlrcholco china, has alwayi, beeu groallj admired.
silver and gold, Mrs., IB. M. Damon I www
poureu ie ana Mrs; Ytr.nsiow gmvoi 0n Monday cVcnlng Mr. H. W, Whit
everybody delicious coffee.. Punch.' CT of Mmn. fcIltertanei , .iinncr In
cakes, sandwiches and Ices were htmor of gecrelar." II. P. Wood of tho
served throughout tho nfternobn. Mrs.' chamber of Commerce, at tho Aloxnnd-
uoeaeitua reccneu many oougraiuia- CJ. Young hotel.
ttons on her engagement, and sho I www
looked lovely In a French creation of Cot a Piukcr ,lal) ,mrcia8eil ,he
pastel shades of bluo tones. Her hat. a McCanahnu place in Manoa.
huge affair, with one long UroonlnK ; - -
feather," which fell qiilte over' herl
shoulder. lhr shoes. hoslerV elovs
'and lovely earrings' wero the latent
'cry from Paris, Thero wore many
guests who thoroughly enjbyd the
hos'pUallty or 'the McCaildless 'man
sion. Tho hotuo was elaborataly de'e
orated with roses. ,
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Mrs. Edward Tenney was tho hostess .. ,, ' , , . , , ,.
f i h7n nn vLu, iS i.. nf he direction of a couple of bos,
Amador Itodrlguer, a Porto Rlcun
on whom tho potlro have had an
eye for sundry reasons, was Inst
week 'lined $2 for being u 'd fool,"
Amador was charged with common
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Mrs. Mary Tenney, al which the decor- '.'..T, '.,..,"," .'.. .7..'..
atlons were of unusual beauty: Mkuvo
Court told the defendant that he
was a d fool, and for that reason
be would fine him as stated above.
Dn lirtnilA,1, ..nt.. wau n ,1 nut Ittntt
S.!?f::!K"!? 'ration of tho proverb that St times
It Is folly to be wlso. Illlo Trlbuuo.
and yellow orchids and fine maiden
hair terns tnado tho table a dream of
artistic knots added much 'to 'the' dec
oratlve scheme. A bouquet Of orchids
was presented each guest, and the
sweets, ices ana caneu had nuuvo
toned Introduced. Hanging baskets of
Australian ferns further addedvto the
beauty' of the sceno. Mrs'. Tenney
looked very pretty In a lace frock "with
tuck's of'mauvo.' The guests' asked to
meet Mrs; Mary Tennoy wero Mrs. D.
F. Dillingham, Mrs. Tenny Peclr.'Mrs.
P. f. Lowroy, Mrs. 8. O. Wilder. Mrs,
S. Damon, Mrs. Locke, Mrs. IUchard
Were', Mrs. IVers, Mrs. A. Atkinson,
The hop at tho Alexander Young
last evening was the gayest of tho gjy.
A truly delightful affair. W,lth a per
fect "fiobr-'and everybody knows What
a dcllght'lt Is to dance at the 'Young
brilliant music, women In the latest
fol-de-rlgs of faBhion, and more men
than one could dunce ujlh, ti well us
tho wonderful roof garden, cool and
tropical, to rest and promenade In no
wonder It was a grand succes. There
were many Btrangers present 'Ust
night who couldn't say enough In faV
or of the perfectly kept hotel and Its
niatfnlflcerlt management. Not a drop
of rain marred the pleasure of tho
evening, und the dancing continued
Until a' lato hour,
The Country Club was the scene on
iFrlday nlghtyf nn elaborate and beau-.
tlfut surprise, dinner to Dr. Langhorno, '
g(yen h(tn, by his wife, it being his,
natal day, McQnlre, tho norlst, decor
ated tho club house under the artistic
supervision of Mfs. Edward Tenney,
and needless io say It was a, bower of
beauty, well carried out liV'ovcry de
tail, Hauglng baskets, putted plants,
greens and ferns wero used In pro
fusion. Hoses were also given each
guest, as woll as surprise packages
tied with pink paper, containing caps,
etc. Tho guests nuiuseii"th,cmselyeB
woll, and the 'honor' guest, Dr, 'Lang
better in the
than in any other .
.tlQrllCULTlE BUlloiNG, ALASKA-YUKOK-PACIFIG EXPOSITION, AT SEAlIu v
.i tliu AlsiUa-VuLuu-l'nillU' expiikltlnu. v. IiIHi ntieiik lit S-iit-'e Jum 1 tbr
the iiiitir of 'the mull) dtturullv folieuie. ulioitt uhl h iiii H' uiu-tl Ihe i.iln btilldluvs They linlmle the A ill
elrn. Audlii rliim I r
nn mles mid Uejuer lil'i fir
lUlliue. Mnuufai tines. Mute l'lslierles. Mines Miiehliicn H'ie Ar . TrtmsiM rtnlloli, Firelfii;
etrj, United States (iuirriiliiHiit, Cnunila, )mii1i. AIiisUh, HkhiiII Phi I ilw aud )m triuiinil lUl.v'rle-. V
I'l'tilg'l Kxhlblts palate will house exhibits from (Ireit lliltilti Prame firr.usiij, llusla, the NetberlaiuU Ch ,
CI.I.i. I'ldmnliU, Costa Hlca, Kaisilor, rriuoii ICnwi ''ren li Vi t llillis, Cer.iinu loluulm, (iuslemsla Hpn.
twit. Ttf'.h lfidh, Mexleu, Duti'h East li dU-s. M iiiaii e.v Zeal u d, Pauama, Peru, HIsm and Balrsdor.
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