Newspaper Page Text
, ' ' ! k t . W f
I3VKNIN0 DULMSTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATUUDAYTjANrrTnin.
- . , .. . , ., , m .' - ,. " -?iWMaWMMMMB MM
J-1 A coterio of friends of Mr. nnd Mia,
j Oerrlt Wilder nro giving n week-end
pnrly In their honor nt llnlclwn. The
imrty left Kildiiy In llio prlvalo enr
of the DllllnghnniH, mrlvcil nt ifnlolwa
lir Hum fur dinner and after that ru
past, which by tho way was boaullf til
ly served, with elaborate decorations
mo party tripped "llio light rnnltisllc'
until a lltllo licfcrro midnight, when
llio health of the guests of himor was
drunk, and many good wishes: weio
given for tho contemplated woild's
-tour, on which this couple start Janu
ary the I tli on tho Tcnyti Mam. Today
Is being spent nt Mnkulcln, the coun
try homo of Mr. Waller Dillingham.
Among tho guests present wero Mr.
nn! Mrs. Oerrltt Wilder, Mr. nnd .Mis.
James Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. flenrgo
JIuvIch, Mr. and Mrs. Uralnerd Smith,
Mrs. Mary Ounn, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Ilotiert Atkin
son, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur llrnttn, Mr.
Walter Dillingham nnd others. .
Boyd- Crystal Wedding.
Ono of tho happiest events In con
nection with ushering In tho now
onr took form In llio costal wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Boyd In Palolo Valley last
ntgni. Early Initio evening nclgh
hors and friends from the city bo
gan to arrive, and by 8 o'clock tho
large, spacious rooms of their valley
"icsldcncs were filled to overflowing.
As a first offering to the event n
number of bottles were presented,
they being of dlffeieiit sizes fiom
tho sinnllcst to tho largest, Borne full
nnd others empty, each being char
acteristic of somo part of tho happy
event. After tho run-provoking
part of the presentation enmo a
beautiful anniversary offering by
tho neighbors to Mr. nnd Mrs. lloyd
In tho Bhapc of n pnlr'of cut-glass
dishes. Then followed dancing,
cards, music and singing till tho
hands on llio clock wero nearly to
gether nt tho toil, when with all
hands Joined In nil endless chain,
J910 wns welcomed. A most dell
ilous midnight supper was served,
during which flashlight photos wero
taken. Ono of tho features of tho
evening wns a recital of "Tho Last
Shot" by Mr. U. W. llul.1. Among
thoso presf nt wore: Mr. and Mrs.
Hideout, Mr. and Mrs. Patten, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Merrill, JUr. and Mrs.
Schocnlng, Mr. and Mrs.Ormlston,
Mr. and Mrs. lloyd, Mr. and Mrs.
Fostor, Mrs. Smith. Mrs. rWnrlnn.
Mr. Neumann, Mr. nnd Mr. llruns,
Mrs. Capt. Tullett Mrs. Stevenson.
Mrs. Kredcnburg, Mrs. A. 11; Smith,
Mrs. Helm, Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson,
Miss Ethel Day. Mrs. Day, Mrs.
Btonc, Mr. nnd Mis. 1 M. King,
Walter Helm, Mrs. Adams, Mr, J.
Hndway, Mr. ami Mis. Hull, Miss
Hull, Master Hull. A couple of songs
by Mrs. Adams, mother or 1M Pat
ten, was olio of tho pleasing features
of tho evening. Mrs. Adams has a
splendid volco that slides up nnd
down tho scale with scarcely any
effort on tho part of tho singer.
Lust evening tho Courtl.ind hotel
celebrated tlpj closing of tho old cnr
by giving a luau In honor of Kb mall
hlnl guests nnd their friends. ' Tim
feast wns spread on n long table UN
tending tho entire length or tho Itut.it.
which had been Inclosed with tlagi
and bunting, Punctually at 7 o'cloi !.
fconto foity hungiy nnd happy people
sat down to discuss Hawaiian dishes
which It Is safo to say many had never
seen or oven hoard or before. Somo
wero Inr lined to fight shy of the luml-of
Ml , i,'l . . ..
Innil and tho pot which looked llko
photographer's paste, and It was not
until llio Knni quintet of native liol's,
(.truck up "Tumi Tonil," that forks'
and reserve wero cast nsldo nnd tho
most fastidious dipped Into tho pol In
tho most Approved native fashion. The
menu Included mmiv llnwallan doll.
cades, to which tho hostess had addcil
rolls, cakes, cpftco, etc.. so that none
might go uwny dissatisfied. Thd music
pioved too much for tho young people,
who gradually broke awny from the
reast to whirl to tho twojstop and
waltz In tho reception rooms which
had been cleared for tho purposo. Fol
lowing' nro the names of somo of tho
guests: Mr. ami Mrs. Williams, and
Mr, nnd Miss Ilcnson of Portland, Oio..
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ornish); of Denver, Colo.,
Mr. and Mrs. Monro, Prof, and Mis.
nrynn, Dr. and. Mrs. Frcar, Dr. nnd
Mrs. Mncknll. Mrs. Withers Mir Lou
don, Kng.. Mrs. White, 'Mrs. HIIsb. Mis.
nanncrninn. Mrs. Hoggs, Mrs. Alice
Drown, Cant, and Mrs. Castner. nnni.
and Mrs. Marlx, Miss Margaret Old
dings of Denver, Colo., Miss Mnry
Headden of Fort Collins nolo. m!k
Julio 11 Raymond, of Brooklyn, N, Y..
JUlsl.olgh. Miss Steyeni, Miss Cook,
Mr. and Mrs. Cnroe,Mr. and Mrs.
Crnli?. Mr nn.l 1a nli.!, n- .t..
r. ... .'do. v... P., lf. ..iiir-
shall D. Tnylorj Mr. Willlr. Mr. howls,
Mr.Wibo, Mr. Hurnlnghnm, Mr. Case
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Damon's Bridge
Fihlny evening Mr. nnd Mrs. Frod
Damon gavo an Informal bridge parly
lo a few or tli'clr Intlmnto friends. This
Interesting gnmo wns nllvmi imili 1?
o'clock, when tho whistles prpclalmcil
tho new yenr, nnd n 'ilcllcloiiB chnflng
cusn supper wns served. Among tliu
guests wero Mr. nnd Mrs. l, .,,.
Dougherty. Mr. nnd Mrs. austnv
Sclnefcr, Miss Ada niiodes and Mr.
Mr. and Ws. Oerrlt Wllder'e Xmai
On Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. flnr.
rlt Wilder celebrated this annlversaiy
in a very lieautirul mnnncr, by making
foity little iMior children haimv. Ai
flfreo o'clock tho children wero iisht
cred Into the drnwlngrnom, where n
Atnns ireo guttered, with ornaments,
tinsel, electric lights nnd presents. It
was almost nwc-lnsplrlng for the llttlo
waifs, Tor many of them had nocr
reeji a Christmas tiT-o before or even
heard or one. Simla Clans was there
in all his glory, and llbtrllniii.,i iim
prerenis among the children most of
them being Hawaiian chlldien. Arh.p.
the presents had been duly admired,
Ico cream, cako and candy wcio
terved This has been an annual
event with tho Oerrlt Wllders for somo
llmo Whnt nil cxcelliMit Idea It Is,
iiinl what n splendid way to celebrate
Christmas ns It was meant to bo cole
bratcd, and by forgcltlnu seir nnd civ.
the presents had been duly adiiiln.il.
Ing one's bounty to tho poor. Not only
lltn utllili unt of If. I..1.. ...... . . ..
... ...... Ptl ii, iiiuiiiiiiiu win icei ino
loss or tho Oeirlt Wllders when ihi.v
sail for Cairo, next week.
Mrs. Alexander tsenhcrg nnd her
two small sons arrived Dec. an fur
nn Indefinite Bojourn In her Island j
Minu r..uin i . i i .
ul cm t io MonRollii much lioncfltloil
in lipiiltli by her Ions visit at tho
-'" - -" ,.i..ni vi.iuiFituu iiiiinurn
last week was the Christmas dinner
wnu im uiu niDhi CMimrnio lIIllllcrH
t.,u .....1. .... . , , , . I
CHRISTMAS EDITION OF THE
Beautifully Bound in Illustrated Cover in Gold
i J : t
git rn by MrLnml Jilis. J. F. C. Ilngons
.u ineir iowii nome. TtioJalilo decora
lions vei superb. The wholq dining
rooin wlul diiiio Inteil polnsettari. This
cffeellvo flnttur was used ns u center
decointlou for tho (nl)'o. A runner nf
bru.ul rod :itln ilbbon wns stretched
from I ho collier to tho ends of tho
long table that seated llio twenty
guests, while rrarlet pAInseltiiH, nnd
maidenhair ferns, wcio srattercil over
Ihq Inblc, All tho fators for tho din
ner and they wero numerous had
been ordered from Europe. During
dinner "n iKiHlmnn" missed llio tiros-
ents, which promoted much men intent,
One of (ho society events of Inst
evening's festivities wns tho watch
party glten by Mrs. w. t. I.ticns In
honor or her nleco, Miss Katlicrlnu
Harnett or Salt Lako City. After
the ovrnlng. ot dancing nt tho Young
Hotel, llio young nconle renalrpil to
the Lucus residence on Orccn street,
micro an elaborate sititiicr was nerve.l
nt 12 o'clock. Tho party was chap
eroned by Mrs. Lucas' sister, Mis. K.
Mrs. Edwnrn Watson enlortiilnei!
Informally at dinner last ctcnlnir ni
her homo on Thurston avenue. The
tnble decorations woro Christmas
roses, with haiid-pnintcd iilnco cards.
Alter dinner tho party attended tho
Informal hop at tho Young. Among
those piosent wero Mis. Watson, .Miss
Irma Hallentync, Mrs. Pardee. Mr.
Uritce Cortwrlght, Sr., Lieut. Pardee,
and .Mr. Bruce Cartwilght, Jr.
Miss Margaret (llddirgi. or Denver
Col., and Allss Mnry Headden or Fort
i-owna. Col., arrived nn tho Mongolia
and will spind hcvornl months In the
Islands. In the mrlug Miss Headden
will wed a Kansas millionaire.
The steamer Mongolia bronchi a
largo number of Honolulu i,.,n,i
its Veil ns a goodly Mmro of strting
cis. who expect to spend the remain
der ol the winter In this health. rlv.
Ing climate. Not that they have
(omc on nccount ol their health, but
u must Lo a comfort to them to
know that they made a nice mnvn i'n
coming here nnd nro escaping the
ngorous winter which our eastern
INends nro suffering from. Whnt a
delight. It must bo to them to feel
the balmy breezes und .to sit under n
wide-spreading tree, or on tho broad
lanals overlooking I lie I'arlnr t,rS.
back riding, or driving, enjoying tho
neaiiiy n ijountcotirf nature sets
,,cforo them, nn afternoon ten. ten
,lls' B"lf n I'lcnlc on the slope of
Tantalus. All this In comparison to
Iho long cold winter nnd the blasts
or sleet, culling wonds then
"""' .priijer in inaiiKS ror tho
nappy inought which sent you
tho "Paradise of tho Pacific."
jura, james 11. unstio returned fan
tho Mongolia Dec. 2G from a visit In
tho cast. Mrs. Castle has been away I
It 0111 Honolulu for n Innir nnrlml nnrt I
" ,........, (
her many friends nro grcntly plcasod
to give her the warm welcome, al-
tvuys accorded her.
ways accorded her.
Tlln l.llilin tifwfnlw milnu 1..i -
IKiOUIlt flf II IllfMi (Iflllchtf.tl rnnnM. I
.... ! 1,4.I IIUIVO IlilllT nil
-- "..c..-.. it.vr-
I I Inn rflfiili .. t . I. .... il.
- - - " " "u iiuiiiu ui tuu jjuii.
Doc. 18, In honor of tho popular phy-l
1Hm. nr. w i. n,..,,.,,, .i i.i
! uiiu -liiQi
iitnnfi - lirlffa inn ilia. Mln r...n
. 1..1... . '
'i mi iiivi iivu ATI ion iiuicl iiiiiiiiii. r
ho hi iiuunuiuia iuvoiv gins. Tneir
iimrrlaco wah n imrlnl Avnnt l ir.w!ftinmhlf. ,.r m a ..... .-
" -...... u.... ... ..w
.... ., ,,, i-iuui mi
Tho ceremony took place at
Centrn'l Union Church, wucro the
imrcnts of the bride, ns well ns
thfa'lr children and the largo circle
of relatives nil belong. After a
honeymoon trip of several weeks
they came to their new homo In LI
hue, on Wednesday, Dee, 1". A largo
number of relatives and near friends
were piescnt and participated In tho
festivities, and were nlso rc.uly to
wish thnm n linlinv Inni-tinv niul fnlr
tnlllng over tho sea of matrimony,
mid n long und happy lifo together.
Mr. It, II, Tielit returned on tho
Mongolia from u trip to the main
Mr. M. F. ProRser. the attorney.
arrived on llio steamer Mongolia
from a visit to his eastern homo
Ills sister, Miss II. P.. Prosscr. wns
nlso n pnBscngcr nnd will bo the
guest ot her brother this winter.
All enjoyable dance win elven fu
tile Officers of. tlln Fifth fnvnlrv nt
Schofleld Harrncks, In honor ot (le'n
crul Harry, Tuesday evening. The
hall whcic tho dance wns held, was
bedecked wlti flags and bunting, and
the famous Cth C.ivnlry band fur
nished the music wlifr-h In Hmt.lt n,.i
t -- -- - ... .-
cd as an Inspirations for dancing.
t.cncrai Harry has been the motif or
much entertaining during his sojourn
In the Islands, and his departure ror
tho mainland on January 7th will
Icavo n void In Honolulu.
Major and Mrs. Wndhnnm nf l'nrl
Shatter, were host and hostess at a
hienkrast Xmaa morning. This ela
borate repast was sorvpil nt mum
III tho Center of tlln tllllln Una n in In.
latnre Xnias tree laden with glftB
Tor tho guests. Tiny Xinns trees
wllh tho pluco ,cards attached was
round at each pluco, with laughable
"take-ofTs" for the guests. Cot era
wero laid Tor twenty, onlv Hm i-.
tlco people were Invited.
Lieut. Phil Sherldnn nf thn r.th
Cuvnlry, wllh n largo party or friends
will lento Tuesdny on tho Mnunn
jvea 10 visit me volcano of Kllnuea.
Mrs. Hobdy, wife of Dr. Hobdy
gavo a children's party Thursday
afternoon nt her-Mn lion Vnllnv rrul.
(lence, In honor of her llttlo dnugh-i
ler, rJIIzabcth's birthday. About
thirty children worn nrcHont. All th,.
little tots appeared In Japanese KI
monns. Children's name wen. ntnv-
cd during the afternoon und an en-
jujauie niiernoon wns Bpent by tho
Mfr.U Lnlfrti i.t rii.Ltnn.1 lu .l....tltl
cd nt thn llnloi rnnriinn.i Hiic.
Lolgh Is it stunning girl of tho brim-
Doctor und Mrs. Orossmnn will nr-
rlvn III ltnrwil..t. I.n..n... 111. Ik.
...v ... ..wiiuiiiiii rftlltUIIIJ l.llll. II1U
urossmans will bu domiciled at 11 IB
Mr niul Un l,--l, 1 ..ll., nil
....... , .....n ,,-ihiii.Fii vilUMMl
nro receiving congratulations over tho
birth of a llttlo son born December 31.
Mrs riiinum iu ..i mi.. ii.. ...... u...
Mrs. (llbson is at Miss Johnson's s..
Ifctorluni on Kcwalo street.
Mm U'n.lhnh.u ,..lf .. ti
.; lutiiiiuiin. "IIU U itlUJtll .
fvuuiiuiim, rucuivpci me bum news 01
a...w... . ... ...
i.i.vuni.jiiiuni ih IIIIIUO lOUUy Ol
'11... l.AL..il.i .. , . .
11111 in iniiiiiii ill ttiiiu navni innm ,
- . ""-,
oi iionoiuiu, tne charmlnc eldest '
mi-i'musuitr III mrs. A. locking, to UoobUlclflaihVBlteS(l-,Uulu4 Igioit
L.eut. Wl.l.an, ....Munter of lUU.TOT.HBlte.llli,ltoWIW Mr
- n'i win. it IIUtnillK. IU
at All Book Stores
'more, Maryland, tho mnrrlngo lo
tnko place in June In this city. Miss
Hoffman Is n't piescnt In Hongkong.
China, where she has Bpent the past
two years with her family, nnd the
first formal announcement of the en
gagement was made thcro n few
wccki ago, whero Mis Hoffman has
boon very popular In tho American
colony. Lieut. Muntcr is of tlin II.
8. Jtctcmio Cutler Service nnd was
formerly stationed In Honolulu on
ho U. 8. 8. Manning, so Is known
io mnny Honolulu people- Ho Is nt
present in New tYorK City. Miss
Hoffman Is n rarolt' chnrminir nlrl or
sweet mid winsome personality and
nas a wiuo circle of friends hero nnd
In Sail Francisco mult ttnri.nW ii
will bo deeply Interested In the. an
nouncement or her lorlhcoiiilng mar
Hugo. She Is a gratluato or the Uni
versity ol California ntiil n imnnlnr
inember of Chi Onirgn sorority, nnd
ii'is probable thatrsomo nf her sor
ority sisters lllllV ho nrnannt l nuul.i
t her wedding. Artcr leaving col
lege Mlxs Hoffman taught ror two
jenrs in mo Honolulu High School,
icslgnltig her position to nccompnny
her family to the Orient. She is a
member of tho College Club, having
previously been ono of'ho Hoard of
Ootcrnorsnnd n member nf n, tr
imlii Boat Club, and her many frlotuls
. mis cay win jook rorwitrd engerlv
to her return In April, when thn
family will nroliahh- InLo nuu.l
of their hniidsonic home on upper Kc-
Pnymnster anil Lin ,fnrni,n-.
will entertain tlilH evening at a S'cw
Ycai's dinner nt their homo on Wll
tier Avenue. Tho tnble decoration
Will b0 rCll mrnnflnna nn.l n...l.tnM
hUlr. AlllOIICr lliel tr..nufB ..! I...
Doctor and Mrs. Walter Hnirnmn. i
niul MrB. J. F. c. HnRcns. Captain
und Mrs. Pourlo nnd Mr. Will Mc-
Mrs. D. J. Hcniicsi. twn tiihtrn,.
ijnd mnlil, from lluttc, Montana, nrc
Kiuiiciieii ai llio Moaiin Hotel.
Mr. mid Mrs. llnrnre 1,'nr.r nrnn..
Incut Tnromn residents, nrrlvcd on
tho Korea and uro registered at the
Mr. nlld Mrs. C. I) Itnrrv nnJ Ml..
Harry of New York arc stonnlntr ni
tho Moana Hotel. The latter L nn
ixtrcmcly pretty girl, tall and wil
lowy or tho semi blondo type, nnd
will prove a great acquisition to tho
sinart set ot Honolulu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tarlctou celebrated
tllClr tin Wedlllllir. TiiphiI.iv nvnnlni'
fty entertaining a number or their
iriontls nt bridge. About thirty
guests woro wllh tho joung couplo,
-D . ,, , ,UUI,B cuupio, negle Peace Conference and berore ,fpsuul lo the head than a cloth sat
mid an enjoyable evening was spent, the exclusive Southorn Club nt the uru,c' '" l0"Bl water and laid across
W "X lAotnn fflil l K . t. B.. Ihn tlimitliVU A nrui.l ttxtlnt or.!.. ..
Aiustcr ucnjaniin io entertained
n r..... .. l.t.. .1,,... ., . . . ... .
u.v hi inn iiiiii. iriuniiH nc n i:nriHf
mas true, Thursday
o. uiu nine iois enjoycu waicli-
ib ino iignis on the tree. AHcr tho
It.!.., I....I I - . -... .. . .
b.iib nun uuineii oni, iienjnmui ,
gave each of his little rrlcnds u llttlo
l(lr nit ll.n .1. ...- ..... . ...
..w .... ...u nn-, men ma nine pariy t
was tnken onto tho lawn nn.l thn
Piciure or ino trco with thn Itlttn
vlth fhn Itltln
ones around It wns taken. Ilcrrcsh-lw"h
mentg wero then served to tho ninm-
mil'S flf Hill 1IIM.I lltlPU Itnulilno ft.n
. ... ........ ..vn.t.ia I..U
little host, the Invited gliosis wore:
k Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevei
. M M...L --
,R. T. FELIX GOL'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
1 ma Mbk ma.... .
tejj SSl YXXZ
Sl - S
MM Tto I.
sirV. uii to
l ih will
l ri. mr m --
- WJ. J tmtum
!?"J,.r!P'V?"" - " ?.W 27 W "?
w wraicit in JBiKtswM.UUMtHa
ffppc- w jl
i'j?3 e- jr i
n - 5 i -ww m.-zr
11 -C T
r JSW' xl I
Margaret Kerr, Phjllis Hurd, An
toinette Porter, Herbert Aucrback,
Krrol Hurtt, William Nenl Mlvnjah
.Vent. William fllnno. Wllann Inhn.
stone, Jack Adams and Eileen Mnr-
A tiiectlitir of thn Pnloto Koclaf
Club was held at tho residence of
Mr. Kfdcout In Palolo telley last
Thursday Pli'tlttltr Pprlrn u-na Ihn
game of the ctcnlng and some welt
contested games wero rought out,
lIothMirst prizes wero carried off by
Mr. ntlil Mrs. W. It Vnstpr lr
Foster's prlie consisted of n beauti
ful oil painting, done by Mrs. Hide
out. After tho game and distribu
tion of the prlics light refreshments
woio served. Among thoso present
wnrnt Mr. nllil Mm. Rphnntilnir. Mr.
and Mrs. Hideout, Mr. and Mrs. Pat
ten, Mr. and Mrs. Foster, Mr, nnd
Mrs. Merrill. Mr. niul Mra. nrtnlutmi
Mr, nnd Mrs. lloyd, Mrs. Wilkinson.
Unusual Interest Is bclnc tnken In
tho seiles or llireo Tint inlay even
ing concerts which all lovers of good
music In Honolulu nro to be given
an opportunity to attend. The first
of the series Is to be given the oven
Inc of January i:t In thn ball room
ot the Young Hotel, the second nt
the home or Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Mc
Candless, and tho third at the Puna
boil residence ot Mr. and Mrs. II. F.
Dlltlnghnin. nnd both slnclo nnd
course tickets lor the events are on
salo nt ilcrgstrom's Music Store. Tho
three artists who will appear arc
Miss Margaret Clarke, planlste, Mrs.
Ilruca Mnckall, soprano, and n now
singer, Mrs. Oraco Hannermnn, a
beautiful Los Angeles woman, contral
to. Orcat ca'ro has been used In tho
selection ot tho program numbers
ill order that thn veraallllli- nf the
participants may be dlsplatcd. A
miscellaneous nrnarnm hnn lippn
.. . ,i -- - ----- -----
chosen lor the nremlcr recital of tho
' , . , i r , ..
rerles. In which sonci In French,
., , ,, ." ... .
(.ermnn nnd English will bo sung,
In? , . Tu Wl" 1,f,01nlrCl'
lonnncd to Schuman and Schubert.
m -!i .i. ."" h cm"Rf.r."
will dominate he third evening with
a musical reading by Mrs. F. T. P.
Wnlprl....... ....11 mi- m-.l. !..
.V ... "T',"," ""
,e t :tIcI0,,,eh1" '"""'t "I-
pcariuice In Honolulu of tho nnw
...... i. ..ii.. ii. .. .. . '" "" "",n "l lno I'crgsirom Mils c
l An ', 'I00 ,,a"nc"nan ot Co. " nrt street, single tlcekts be
Los Angeles, who has recently como ,,. , whe ,cKe, ,
here to spend the winter. Mrs. Ban- lonicrts nro ! Ko
neiiiiaii ij a mint t or Anna Miner
Wood, tho well known Instructor ot
Boston, nnd of Oustav Ilinrlcks of
New York City. She has concert-
(zed throughout the cast as well ns
In tho west, everywhere her beauti
ful volco winning ror her new lau
rels. Mrs. Itnnnnrltlnn'H mnal tintnlkla
appearances hnve been at the Car-
negle Peace Conference and before
I.A ...IiibIii. 0...l nt... . ..
""'"i tMCi in ni'ff lurn. illrli
nannermairs olco Is a rich ontml
I. .. , .. ....
to possessing crest .Ipnih nnrt
Istmnctll nn.l n wnnil..fi.l mn ......I I.. 1
ti"iiiy ,wmcn maKW mo listener
ng lor mute and more. Her cnun-
Iln.ln . .... . . .
is exceueiu anil sno sings
with great feeling and expression,
Tk. .,....!.. .L . .
"- miwmiiiiims iinu rouiiancf.s or
tono arc not diminished In th. utni-.
crs nigner rcslster ns l th. .
"ome contraltos. Her artistic
v"lco work combined with the mag-
HOtln Ctllirm nf hit.- n.puniinltl.. . .,
......... u. .b, lv. D.ll.u.l, , nun
a Htngo presence of graco and dlg-
jnlty, nuiko her singing a dollght. The
lUnnnerninn'a nncst number will bo n
iiamiuiiiiiim iiiiubi nunioer Will 1)0 I
wup of Oerman songs, (a) Im Kn.
ll I I M IT LVe.n . . .1. .
. " ' v"-" ' wmen mere is all
the Joy and spirit of the spring time.
?" '" Wo He'Nncht (llohm)
When Mrs- llannermun sang this lut.
, bonK ut the Qrcek Thcatro In
Horkelcy beforo an nudlcnco of five
thousand people, she was glten nn
ovation, and recalled several times.
Mre- nanncrman's secopd appearance
Urlll IkA In a - .... n II
er's hlchpr rpirlsta.. o l ,.. Hn.lwliltA nn.l Itin. .Irn....n.l
tefi.-M I , "r-"' - "; "I -siisn ronBB.cinea. Not on y tho contact with
S?tf JSft',th. "";iil"e'"1 ""I" ?,M Cl"rke ," ,re8h . but also the damp
".ST K VI Xe'ZrlVn,iamTC'ihe.Te T8 ot he "tniosphere. thoroughly
... f " '"ui' "i r-.ngiisn Bongs
to need much said I., .h.tl ."."
rave possibly for the benefit of thoso
out ol town liMiila hn I. .i
" clo":,,'Ze It" yThnd X
. ',,W,MW """ """ ri-
', t ,i ';.,, vsJigfjA.vyy'' .I'm -.''J- . v( ' ' i jJft- JaB'
pleasure of hearing Ihem. Mrs. Mao
kail possesses a soprano voice of
great purity nnd exquisite quality
nnd the listener feels tint nlnne (tin
ehnrni ol the music but the lorce or
Ihn thoucht which Ilex In tho heart
nf llio song nnd Is given such sym
pathetic Interpretation by tho sing
er. Mrs. Mncknll will appear (list
on tho program and will render n
gioup of French songs. Stcnhaiio's
song from the opera or "Itonicu.ut
Juliette" (Oounod) n llttlo Seven
teenth Century Minuet from tho old
u tho old .
s' "Al-Jc- h
i program y
p ol Kng- V
t-rencn, and Coring Thomas
falt-un-revo." Mtcr In the
the will ctve n sound croun of hue
llsh songs "A Sonc of livo" by Mrs
It. II. A. Bench, which is new here
and possesses all the charm or Mrs.
Bench best work: Chadwlcks Al
lah" which Is noted for the perfect
accord or words and music; nnd
"How's My Boy?" ' (an Intensely
dramatic thing wiltteu by Sidney
Homer, husband of Louise Homer,
the grand opera ;irlma donna who
has won great success In her lnle
Itretntlun nf this smiir. Miss Mnr-
garct Clark tho solo planlste or llio
evening, will nlso net ns nccompnn
Isle. She understands well tho sub
ordination ol Instrument to tnliu
nnd her nccompantlng Is nil that It
fchoutd he. In solo Work her first ap
pearance on tho program will bo In
the second number when she -will
present Liszt's "Llcbcstrnum" wllh
Its exquisite harmonics. She will
nlso render Strauss' "By tho Brook"
wllh Its fascinating' movement, nnd
later n Brahms number. Her final
number will bo MacdowellVnrrnngo
ment of a Ilnmcnu composition, it
beautiful thine showlnc tho hlir.
broad strokes of a master hand. Miss
Clarke's plating Is marked by her
fine technique, her delicate tone, sha I-
Ing, the quietness and dlgiilty
or execution which besnn.i't
uiu oeneucj ami grace oi nor lulled
n. .i. ....... ,i.i.. ...... .....
tho delicacy and grace or her touch.
""" " iimiiiitiiYci inni mis nr-
n... .- .u ..... .. . . . ..
" nc iuii uniicrsinnuing ot
wllnt ,10 llIny, ,,., ,h n ,.
.ectnl and-muslcal Interpretation,
u , protaMo tno (lct , s
Ka" "n'1 Mr- "annerman will bo
C(Ide(l (0 ,he nrgl rogrn,"Conio
i.i.. huh, .. . ',.. .... . . .....:
.".. """ "'" """ "" l ,M" "
Armur f)oto. As thero nro no pal-
rones.es for these .events nil nek",
. .. ...i .. . .. . ...
HEALTH AND BEAUTY.
Itenieinber thnt fresh nlr and open
air rxcrclso braces tho nerves of th"
stomach and to prevents Indigestion.
After n trying day nothing Is morv.
,iiui io mo head than a cloth sat-.,
ItriltP.I I. If.ltnl ui.ln. n .1 ll.l .. .. ...
" -" "' t-v wmi vnu
bo made at home with lnvnndpr wn
tcr. rose water mid ncetlc ucld.
iiicnrnonnie or soda when taken
before the meals will reduce flesh.
w-.. .. ...
inse u small spoonrui io n glass of
water. Mnny physicians recommend
..... . ....
smia, uui ino ireaiment must Ho or-
servprpil wild ami nut int.... r..
while nnd then dropped.
Many women huvo a wrong under
Mainline of the banc, liellevlm- II In
only for children mid joung girls, in
mis incy nro nntinken, ns tho bang
roftens fenturcs that nro hard, con
ceals the llttlo wrinkles about tho
temples and acts as a sort of veil to
the heavy lines ncross the forehead.
All women of mature nppenranro
should wear the bang, but it must
be treated artistically.
Since the dnvs of Clroimt mln.
water has, be,cn considered tho best
of cosmetics for tho complexion. and
n walk In tho rain Is of more aid lo
tho faro than a aunnlltv of me, It.
", - ". .. " '""'"'""L 'norougnir
the skin all the wrinkles formedTy
"t - i or worry. Lone nana nn.t wnikH
lW'fi-jiJiisii iM"'P"MiiiiiWHtw3i'WMilIM.iWiVl 'SltlUlirmM WNMt tl'JSii Um i " LWTJTTia 1ili
9jTmm A .i yWM 5.",rWDT -. - - .-. - 1