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"Tho kind jour grand. I
Hllo Muileale, I phases of n work of riicIi iloplli. Mni.
Mrs. Carl 3, Smith of Hllo enter- Vatcrhoiike hns cntercil Into tbo lm
talneil tlia Piano Cliili nt her Pniico pie beauty of the poem with an Intent)
hoinu, Wednesday afternoon, May IS.'lty and nprcclntlon which will bring
Two of the KiiPHt8, MIhh Will of I'a'tliu xtory before im vividly and rn-
hala and Mr. TrowbrldKe of Hllo, add
ed Krcatly to tho program by their ren
dition of their respective niimbcrR. A
composition of Mrs. OraiiKa, heard for
tliu first tlmu In public, waH Kreatly
1. Music Ncv.H
Mltm lather l.yninu, Mrs. Lewis.
2. (Irnnil I'olonolsc Chopin
2. Albumblatt (First time In public)
....'. Mrs. OratiRa
Mr. Carl S. Smith.
I. (a) Prelude No. 4 (!)) Prelude
no. C i Cliopln
In. Snnt? "I Cnniiot Help livlni?
Thee" . , Clayton Jones
fi. (a) Traumerel.... ltlJinril Rlrausa
(li Intermezzo Vogrlcl-.
I . Mrs. Lewis.
I. Heading Selected
I Miss Krank Pottor.
8. Obortach Wlenlawskl
I Miss Wills.
9. Pour "Oh! TIs a Dieam"
C. II. Haw ley
1 Mrs. H.ipJl.
10. Arabesque Leschetlzk
11. (a) Eleglo Massenet
(b) Deep 'In 'a Hose's C.lowlng
Obligators by Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Smith,
Next Tuerday evening. May 2. In, at
the residence of Mrs. John A. McCnnd
less. Nuuauii, the melodrama of
"Kni'ch Arden" by Itlch'ird Strauss
will be given by MIsh Margaiet 10.
f!tii!cp unit Mrs. I-Veiterle T. P. Wnter.
house. Ono should tnke ndvnnttgo -the club Is allowed to Invite a limited
of every opiKirtnnlly to hear nnd study ."umber of friends to I lie event and
the workH of the greatest compoper oM'iose who rescinded rnjojod tho fo.
our ugo and this Is Indeed n rare one 'lowing piogrum, which vvus an unusii
as his masterly handling of the tragedy 'ally Hue one:
lof the idd Tennyson xieiu In wonder- ' lay Horatio Parker
, fill In Its keen and human sympathy. Double Quartet.
He has drawn In musical figures, some- (a) Die Nncht lb) Standchcu
times tender, sometimes hold, hut nl It. Strnusn
ways true, every phase of the sellltr;) Mrs. Alexander Lindsay,
nixl characters of the story. Tho gen- Tuscan l-olk Songs A Streamlet
tleness, the sturdlness, the rebellion j I'iiII or Klowers. Tile Flight of
against Kate, Ilia resignation In Clouds L. Caraeelolo
Enoch's lire ute all wonderfully de- Mrs. I.. T. Peck, Mrs. Waller
plcted by a constant plajlng on the Honmann.
Knotli Ihcmo whenever ho enters or Impromptu Schuheit
the thought of him enters the rend- -Mis. I). II. Hitchcock.
Ing. 8o It Is with each or the char- ;Arla Samson (mil Delilah. Saint Saens
ncters and I heir lives, Indeed the music
seems to be a womterrul picturing of
tho story as It Is read.
Naturally, the line points of such u
woik would ho lost were the pianist
not n true student as well as being
splendid player. Miss Clarke has had
the kind of inn lent education which
so many tl?s nowadnyH In their rush Wednesday In honor of Miss Iluida
to keep nbrfi-ist rf the times. Her , way. whoso marilagu to l.leut. Wright
good work Is !ipi1 nu a tlioiough und- Bn occurs Juno second, was n most
etstindlu; of tlin n'd, the real makers enjoyable affair. Given for a brldu
of 'iint"l ho th't (he Is ready to cope, to-be thu decorations were all In keen-
! not mil) with the technical difficulties
but with tho mental ami emotional
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banco the forn-ful Impression of tho
Slrauss musical picture.
The tickets, which are (I each, aro
on sate at UergstorniH and can bo pur
chased from the members of tbo Col
lege Club, under whose auspices the
affair Is to bo given.
In financial results, In artistic ex
cellence and In the isipular enthusiasm
aroused, tho Reason Just closed In Ja
pan by the Withers Concert Company
stands as a record In the entertain
me.it history of that portion of the
East. Socially also the season may bo
said to havo a little place in tlin his
tory of Japan'B evolution as a nation,
for which lias never been done be
forethe scries of concerts kIwii nl
Tokln anil Yokohama obtained the
special royal pationage, and tho I'.m
pcror anil ICmpress were officially r
resented at one concert by the heir
presumptive, II, I. II. I'rlncu Hlgashl
Kuslilml no Mlya, and Princess Fushl
inl. On no previous occasion has any
member of the royal family of .lup.iu
altemU-d a public entertainment at
which admission was charged, .nor any
entertainment given by Kuropouu tal
ent. The touring artistes, who reach
Honolulu on the 12th of Juno and close
their seasWa touring with the fes
Itlvul hero, worn while at the Japanese
! Capital guests at tho Urltlsh Kmbissy.
t10 Ambassador ami Uuly MacDonald
'and the Kmbissy parly attending all
.to keep abreast of the times. Her
Ikohama. The Withers Company will
open In Honolulu June 14th.
w n n
The Morning Music Club's "open
meeting," an Vimual uffuli; was held
nt tho Castlo Kindergarten Tuesday
evening at X o'clock. Kaeh member of
Mrs. Chnrles Weight.
On tho Yalum Hlver
Amy Wnoilfonl I-'inden
Mrs. Hugo lienor, Miss Schnefor.
(n) Cradlo Song (b) Serenade. Oodard
i:. A. It. Iloss, Miss K. Hopper.
Mrs. Arthur liorg's luncheon on
lug with the coming event, the centre-
plcco being made of dainty brldo'a
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Young Building, Honolulu
roses banked with maldcn-halr fein,
nnd tho place cards wedding bells and
bride's slippers, band painted ami
daintily outlined In palest gold. The
chandelier was nrtlstlcally decorated
with festoons of asparagus ferns and
bows und loops of white satin ribbon
suspended over the table. Those pres
ent beside the hostess nnd the gups'
of honor were Mrs. McOrew, Mis.
Wrlghtson, Mrs, Damon, Mrs. Archie
Young. Miss France fJlllet Ml."
Young, Mrs. Prorr?..
The MUses Oeerlng, socletj ileliu
tantes of Chicago and New York nnd
hnir-ststers of Mr. C. W. Cnso Deerlng,
arc expected to nrrlvc on the 24lh with
their uncle, Reneral Whl'pple; a broth
or of Mr. Deerlng's mother. The Noel
Patons are also exKctcd on that date
and have engaged their 'old suite at
tho Monti a Hotel.
Dr. and .Mrs. Ilobdy are) established
In Mrs. Mabel Wing Castle's chalet In
College Hills. Doth the doctor and
his wife dre very much liked, and are
renewing their old lies, having been
hero several jears ago.
Judge nnd Mrs. Dole, who are spend
Ing a few weeks across the Pall, weie
seen In town on Friday lunching at
the Alexander Young Hotel, Judge
Dole Is very much Improved In health.
The noncomuilssloncd officer of
tho Marine Corps are to give a largo
and brilliant ball at the Alexander
Young hotel on tho evening of June
. The Fifth Cavalry. Hand will be
in attendance and Major lng nnd the
officers of the camp will attend with
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Height M eye in
of Oakland, California, who arrived
last week on the Mongolia, left for
the volcano on Tuerday. Mr. Mejer-t
Is well known here, because or his
connection with the Young Hotel, he
being the ui'chlted who designed thu
Mrs. CInrleR Itlce returned In the
Mongolia nflcr n brier visit with
friends and relatives In California. Mr,
Itlce came to Honolulu to meet her
and they returned tho same week to
Kauai. Mrs. Idee looked very pretty,
and reeiued delighted to greet her
.Mn. II. F. Dillingham's luncheon on
Monday In honor or Mrs. Tltnmong,
was u very enjojab'e uffuli, and her
guests Included Mrs. It. O. Lccils.
Mis. Oerrlt Wlldei, Mrs. Harold Dil
lingham, MrR. Snnfonl Wadhnms, Mrs
Itlchards I vers.
Mrs. L. D. Lnndls gave n dinner
party Wednesday evening for Miss
Margaret Marriott nnd Uay Col
lins of the Klleford Co. The guest.,
were .Mr. mid Mrs. Skinner of Chi
cago, Miss A, Titer, .Miss Marriott
and Mr. Collins.
Mrs. Krlc Kmidscu gave n prett)
children's party Monday uftertioon nt
tho Pleasauton for her little daughter
Alexaudra. Thu tots had a dip In the
tank, nnd a general good time was en
joyed. Virginia Krenr, Dorothy Smith,
iscwtnn i'cck, inn uunicy cnuureu uuu
many others were there.
Captain floodw'lh, tho popular mas-;
ter of tho "Dlrlgo" sailed Into jsirt last
Saturday and Is estn'tlshed nt Ihc At-
exnuler Young'hotel frtr a few weeks
to the Joy of liW many frlendt In Do
nnlulii, who delight to entertain him.
Mrs. James L. Cockbum entertained
n few friends Informally nt tea on
Monday ultcrnoon In honor or hcrl
mother, Mrs. King, who leaves shortly'
for her home In Victoria. Among those
Invited were Mrs. It. O. K. l-'omter,
Mrs. Alexnnder Lindsay. Mine. Krliiie.
Mrs. Locke. Mrs. Tenney Peck, Miss
(Iras, Miss Super.
Mr. John Ilurroughs. the naturalist.
Dr. Clarn Uarrus anil Mrs. M. C. Ash
ley are among the recent arrivals at
the Pleasantou Mr. Ilurroughs, the
Idol of the Ameilcan people, and Dr.
Harms have gotm to the Volcano a
the guests of the Promotion Commit
tee. Plans lor the Addition to the Pleas
anion nro rapidly maturing, nnd Un
comfortable annex will bn Mulshed In
a very short time.
Col, S. Parser entertained at lunch
eon op Thursday at the Diamond Head
villa In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcel
Ccrf. Mrs. Nlxson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hob
ert Shingle. Mrs. Kllzabeth l-'reeth.
Miss llurton, Miss Campbell, Miss
Mrs. Prank Damon entertained very
Inronnull) on Monday, hei guests In
eluding I)r and Mrs. McOrew, Major
and Mrs. Winstow, Capt. and Mrn.
Mnspa.MlsB llnrdavvay and l.leut. atul
A dinner remarkable for Its ele
gance was given lii'Wnshlngtnn recent
.y by the Japanese Aiubissador, wh
always entertains on a lavish scale
Ills gueMs were Justice and Mrs.
Ilruwvr, Mr. and Mrs. II. Illdgeley, Mr.
and Mrs, Corcoran HIM, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ilutler. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrlll. Mr. and
Mrs. P. M. Hatch. Miss Harriet Hatch,
.Major Oullck, Mr. Ilnua Harl, secre-
taiy of the Japanese Legation, twenty
Mr lleruclie, tho ublu manager of
'he Alexander Young, Moana and Hoy
il Hawaiian hotels, Is booked on the
AlamUda for n vacation of n few
weeks, lie will by greatly missed
for he Is one of the most diplomatic of
uanagers an I understands thoroughl)
the dllllcult position. It Is hoped by
all Hint he will enjoy Ills vacation to
lli uttermost and return In good
health and spirits.
Mr. and Mrs. Rearge Da vies gave a
chaimlug dinner this week at their
place, "The Dingle," on flreen street.
Ily the b)e, the garden at present Is n
mass of brilliant bloom, so carcfiilly
are the delicate blossoms or spring cul
tivated In that dellghtrul nit.
Little luiKiieons and dinners havo
been all thu rage this week at the
Alexnnder Young nnd Mr. Ilruco Cart
wright. Jr., gave a dellghtrul lunchion
for .Mrs. .Milo Potter and Miss Nina
Jones on Saturday last.
Mailumo et Monsieur Paul do Long
pro are charmed with tho Honolulu
Seaside Hotel and their cottage there.
The celebrated artist speaks In tho
highest pralre or all things Hawaiian.
On Tupfday. Mrs. Wrlghtson enter
tained a few friends at luncheon In
cluding Mrs. Damon, Mrs. Mcfltew
and Mrs. Moes.
Ono or tho brllllJtit itinnor or the
week was given by Mr. and Mrs. Itkh
aril Ivers at their icildcnce in Collegj
Hills on Thursday evening, In honor
or Mr. William Irwin, who arrived last
week ror a churl visit in Honolulu.
Carnatloiu, maidenhair ferns, and art
.JLB I I
istic caudles made the table beautiful
l look Uion. After dinner bridge oc ,
cuplcif everybody Tlu guests Incluil
eil Professor and Mrs. M. M Scott. Mr
and Mrs. .lame Wilder, Mr. and Mrs
(leorgo Davles, Mrs. Ivers, Sr.. Mr. and
Mrs. Oeorge Carter, Miss lllnic. Mis
Marlon Scott, Mr. Lansing Mlrticr.
Captain Oooilwln, uf the ship Dlrlgo
Is being warmly greeted by alt his old
friends. He is domiciled nt the Alex
Mrs. Arthur Wilder has Invitations
nut for a buffet luncheon on Monday
In honor of her sister-in-law, Mis. liar
Mrs. A. Mason entertained nl .111
per on Monday evening In honor at
Mr. and Mrs. Ward and Miss Wight.
Mrs. K. II. Waterhouso. who Inn
been spending some time at the Penln
suln, relumed this week.
Miss Klcnnor Wnterhou-ie and Mr.
Kreil Wntcthouse an- also to iiiilve
on the 24th.
Mr. P. W. Athlon, a guest nt the
Moaua Hotel, will sail In the Siberia.
Dr. nud Mrs. StuhlM, of Keglnn t are
expected on ttie 24th.
Mrs. Clifford Kimball und sou will
visit tl.e Itlees on Kauai this summer.
Polo at Moaualua will mirnct many
this udornoon. und Dr. Ilnldwlii whJi
Ills' new string of ponies Is making u
brilliant reconl al Hie practice games.
Hllllard parlies at the Alexander
Young me nil the rage, and the skill
of the fair sex, who play on the tables I
nightly. Is much commented upon
Mrs. Potter and .Miss Nina Jones
may stny over for two weeks longei
much to tho Joy or their many Irlends.
Mr. and .Mrs. Leeds. Mrs. Potter. Mis
Jones, Mr. Cnrlwrlght and Ilruco Cart
wright, Jr., are on a motor trip
around the Island today nnd tomor
row. An lniHirtnnt arrival was that or Mr
James U. Castle, who came In last
evening on tho l.urllue.
Mrs. Jordan or Wyllle street wax
tho hostess nf nu enjoyable tea on
Thursday. It wus served from little
tables nnd thu dowering shrubs made
the room beautiful. Among the guests
were Mrs. Wnteihouse, Mrs. Henr)
Wnterhouse, Mrs. Italph Jordan, Mrs.
Kniiiry. Mrs, Walter Kmory, Mis.
Cinodnle. Mm W. O. Smith and mnny
Mrs. K. M. -Su'nuzy Is on her way to
New York, having slopped for n day
or ivvo in sail Francisco.
Mr. and Mis. Kmory of Hates street
will celebrate their lllllelh annivers
ary, their golden wedding, In June.
Mrs. W. i:. Taylor turn been spend
ing a few days with Mrs, McCaudless
of l.lllliu street.
Tho production or "Ilnorh Arden" Is
being uugeily looked forward lo on
Tuesday evening at the resident-.) or
Mrs. J. McCandless In Nuuatiu avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wnlcilniii.'e nu
the proud possessors of a son born lhl
Mrs. .1. 8. Walker and her newly nr
rived son nro getting on raiuou-ly.
The Muslcil Circle id the Kllohvi-
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