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EVENING DULLETIN, I10N0MJt,b,'T. II., SATURDAY, Afn.l&lDlO
A ;iaqt wortliy of note
HE Kllohnnn Art League are nt
present busy In preparing for.
an elaborate May Day festival,
to be held nt Wnlklkl, on the
lic.-iiiiifiii rrmin.i. nt .n,.v.
crnnr Clenhorn u.. !.. ffn.'end won the second prize, n benutl-
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erously donated the use of this Ideal ful booki M,W McClellnn wnsaward
rpot to hold tho festival, which prom- cd the consolation n stiver pundre
Ises unusual attractions, Tho .May boo,s wlth ,ne lll,e engraved,
polo dance will bo a charming fcaturo ' Among thoso prcsont were Mes
of the entertainment the young girls ,lnmea Watson, Kennedy, llerg,
In their dainty frocks, and graceful Church, Townsend, Forster, Hobdy.
tlanclng as they braid the ribbons of Wn"' '. A- Jones, Peterson, llanne
tho pole, keeping perfect time to tho uerE' Cockbum, Stanley, Waterman,
music, will show evidence of the Drcnt Frear, Dyer, Day, Davidson,
teaching of their. Instructress, Mrs. Harwood, Colley, McStocker, Lewis,
Mary Qunn. whosonblllty In the teach- Smll'i. Hlggs, Grossman, Lansing.
Ing of this graceful art Is patent to
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
furnish tho music during tho festival.
and other music will be heard, which McStocker, Walker, Hudlcy, Hew
wlll add very materially to the success lings, llorden, Fisher, Mclntyre,
of tho event. A competent committee Hopper, llernlce and Gladys Hal
has been appointed to take charge of stead and. Dorothy Peterson,
the different booths. A. S. Cleghom,
Mrs. F. A. Schacfer and Mr. J. W. .Mrs. Fred Angus 'Bride Partv.
Gllmoro will have iharge of the ar-f Mrs- Kreu" Angus entcrtnlned n
rangeraput of tho grounds. Finance CDlcfle of friends at bridge, Thurs-
Mrs. A, Hartley, Mrs. J. R. Gait.
uooms .iir. ii. n.-i; wewcomu, sirs,
II- F. Dillingham. Entertainment
Mrs. II. Blgnell, Mrs.A. B. Tucker.
Ice Cream Miss Newcomb, assisted
by Mrs. Corwln P. Roes and others.
Flower booth Mrs. Alexander Llntl
say. Miss Vera Damon. Lemonade
Mrs. Booth. Tvn unil coffee booth'
"" Mrs. Constable. Additional boptlit
will be presided over by .Mrs. Hcnne
berg, Mrs. C. H. Atherton, Mr. Chnrles
R. Frazler, Miss Ward, Miss Grnco
Robertson, Mr. A. II. Gurrey, Jr., Mrs.
Joseph Oilman. This cntertnlnment
may lead to it revival of tho old-time
May Day sports Tho numerous parks,
both public and private, are ample,
and full scope could be given to make
a yearly .May Day festival such as de
lighted ono In days long past, nnd n
drawing car,d and an additional charm
to the stranger as well as (n those
whoso abiding place Is Hawaii nvl.
. Mrs. Hodiek's Tea.
,' Thurrday afternoon, Mrs. George
Itqdlek entertained In honor of Mrs.
Pniiger and .tho Misses Pfluger, from
4 to 6. The hostess nnd 'her guests
of honor, received under a, spreading
and ptcttiresque monkey pod tree.
' Theso' trees are distinctly' troplqal
' and arc nlways commonted upon and
admired 'by the numerous visitors',
ho Visit the Islands. The day Vas
Ideal ifnr an out of door function,
sunshiny and balmy, with not a sus
picion of a hower, .which Is unusual
In Nuuanii Valley, where the hostess
lives, i In the dining room Mrs". Wal
ter" Hoffman survsd hot coffee, and
Mrs. Andrew Fuller served tea, Tho
dllilng room was fragrant with pink
roses and purple violets. Small' ta
bles .for the accommodation of the'
guests wero arranged In the drawing
room, library and Iannis. Each ta
ble wag adorned with different cut
flowers. The library was done en
tirely In red roses, which harmoniz
ed beautifully with the furnishing",
Tho, drawing room was banked with
white carnations and .smllax. The
ball was artistically decorated with
plants and potted maidenhair ferns,
while here and there were arranged
tall vases of calla llllles. The punch
table was placed In this room and
presided over by Miss Margaret Wal
ker. Mrs. Herman Focke, Mrs. Geo.
Potter, Miss Agnes Walker, Mrs.
Klebahn and Mrs. Haneberg assist
ed the hoBtess In the entertainment
of her numerous guests. This bevy
of attractive women were clad In
lingerie gowns. Over two hundred In
vitations were Issued, a' few of those
observed were: Mrs. Pfluger, the
Misses Pfluger, Mrs. C. B, Wood,
, Mrs. Theodore Lansing, Mrs. Harry
Lewis, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. F. A, Schae
fer, Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Mrs.
Focke, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Hello Jones,
Mrs. Arthur 'Brown, Mrs. Charles
Wilder, Mrs. Klamp, Mrs. Lecker,
Mrs. du Rol, Mrs. Dr. Raymond, Miss
AiaKee, Mrs. urossman, Mrs. Ger
' trude Wilder, Mrs. J. S. Walker, MrB.
Sanford Dole, Mrs. Walter Jones,
Mrs. Ernest Mott-Smlth, Miss Paty,
' Misses Walker, Miss Helen Alexan
der, Mrs. C. H. Cooper, Lady Herron,
Mrs. Stanley, Miss Mist, Miss Melrer,
Mrs. Lange, Mrs. Renjes and Miss
Renjes, Mrs. Fred Angus, Miss Myra
Angus, Mrs. Gullck, Mrs. Walker, the
Misses Mclniyre and many others,
Tho Hawaiian Quintet was placed
on tho lawn near the receiving par
ty, and played soft, Hawaiian melo
dies during the afternoon,
Mn.-Lackland's Bridge Party.
S At 1634 Mnklltl street, Mrs. Lack
'" land made a charming hostess Wed
nesday afternoon. The function was
a'brldgo party, given ns a farewell
to Mrs, Latkland's friends prior to
her departure for tho Coast, The
huuso presented an attractive ap
pearance In its tropical decorations
of palms and hanging baskets ol
maidenhair ferns, Cut glass bowls
and vases containing La France
roses, wore artistically arranged on
nlald. tables .ffftd, 'tabourets'.;-pjlz08;'UaV'0otbenadvorffBed mici.'ouu
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were awarded to those possessing the
highest scoro. Miss Julie McStocker
I was tno '""ky winner of the first, n
"uPcru silver salver, wltlu n design
of hand embossed roses; Mrs. Town-
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Rlsgs, Kimball and F. Hnlstcad and
Madam Frlque; Misses McClellan,
aaf niiernoon. ni ner nome in iuuj
lleautlrul prizes were
Mrs. Oat captured the
a eft glass dish; Miss
Julie McStocker, waj awarded the
recond, a beautlfull)1 carved picture
frame. The consolation prize was
cut for by the assembled guests and
was wou by Mrs. John Angus. Among
thoso present were: Mrs. Fred Aii
gus, Mrs. Frank McStocker, Mrs,
Arthur Wall, Mrs. George Khicgcl,
Mrs, Monsarrat, Mrs. George Angus,
Mrs. Jack Ilelser, Mrs. J. Morton
Illggs, Miss Myfa Angus, Mrs. James
Dougherty, Mrs. Frank Itlchardson,
Miss Jean Angus, Mrs. John Angus.
Miss Julie McSto:ker, Mrs. Percy
Mors,;, Miss Ether Angus, Mrs. I.y-
dln McStocker, Miss Theodora Lan
sing, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Kmtl Water
man, Mrs. Moore and others.
Mrs. F. A. Schaefer's Luncheon,
Mrs. F. A. Schacfer entertalnt'il In
honor or Mrs Ilenjes on Thursday nt
luncheon. The house was ornamented
with beautiful roses nnd smllax. Mrs,
Schacfer, Mrs. Ilenjes and Mrs. J.
Waldron received, tho guest (n the
drawing room. Luncheon was served
at one o'clock nnd a delicious repast
was enjoyed. The guests wero, seated
at, small tables, arranged to accommo
date four;' tho place cards wero unique
and beautiful, Cut glass bowls nnd
bowls 6t Tiffany glass containing hugo
bouquets of roses were placed on each
tables as an brnament. Thoso present
were .Mrs. !', A. Schnefer, Mrs. Itenjcs,
Mrs. Monsarrat of Hawaii, Mrs. An-
tirew tuner, Mrs, e. Faxon Illshop,
Mrs. Herimiu Focke Mrs. Georgo
Itoillck. Mrs. Ernest Molt Smith Mrs.
Charfci Nvight, Mrs. George Potter,
Mrs. Humphreys,. Mrs. Hanncberg,
Mrs. C D. Cooper, Mrs, Forster, Mrs.
Belle Jones, Miss Ilenjes. Miss Kopke,
Miss Kdlth Meyer. Miss Athallo Levy,-
.iiis j. n j-aiy, miss iuiutnanu ward.
Miss Margaret Walker, ,Miss Edith
Mist, -Miss Agnes Walker, and oth-
Mr. and Mrs. L, Tenney Peck's Dinner
In honor of Mrs. Peck's mother, Mrs.
Locke of New York, a delightful dinner
was given at L. Tenney Pecks beauti
ful house on Wljder Ave. MrB. Locke,
has Icon visiting In this home for the
past year, but will leave for her homo
on May 0(h. Covers were layed 'for
twelve. The table was decorated In
scarlet, which Is a favorite color of
the guest of honor. Red carnations,
scarlet tullo and handsome candles
which wero ornamentod with red silk
shades, made an elfoctlvo decoration.
Even tho blrtlukyicake was decorated
with miniature red candles, which pro
moted much admiration and mirth
when It waB placed before tho honored
guest. Those who partook of Mr. and
Mrs. L. Tenney Peck's hospitality
were Mrs. Locke, Mr, and Mrs. Ben
jamin Dillingham, General and Mrs.
McCtellan, Canon nnd Mrs. Edward
Simpson, Doctor nnd Mrs. Chnrles
Bryant Cooper and Major Hart,U. S.
A Talk With HenrytvfcRae.
Speaking of things theatrical dtir
Ing a short Interview wjth Mr. MoR'ao
I learned that It was his earnest de
sire to have tho theatergoing public
of this city acquaint him with tho na
ture of plays they would llko-'hlm to
produce In other cltlos that ho has
visited with phenomenal nucciss with
his oxcellent company ho mado It a
custom to produce, a heayx.drnma ono
week and a comedy the following weok
with n romantic or costnmo piny to
follow that,, thus giving them a vari
ety. Mr. McRaq'says that he bcllovoa
the patrons of tho Royal Hawaiian
Opora House prefer, tho licavy drama
In preference' to comedy or ronmnco,
and ho linn decided to produce during
me next lour or live, weeks such plays
raw 'in Full," "The Man of tho
Hour," "Old Hcldplborg." "The Gen
tleman From Mississippi." "Tho Grout
John aanton," "The Wolf," "Salvation
Nell," "Tho Illi.li, nt Vnif l I.
...U ...nv M. ..U, Vip, itlltj
XlnD.A n.,B ,1..., nnn.n , ,1... . 1
...bX.UD BU . D 1I1I.L BIIIII.T 111.. 11IHVO
side of, Now York City, where their
success was so great that It was lin-
necessary ' for theui to leavo the mo-
tropolhvj-omalnlng tlfero season niter
season' enjoying a phenimcnal' rim.;
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Artistically nnd nnnncinliy, for in-
stance, such plays ns "The Wolf,"
which he believes Is not very well
known to the theater-going public of
this city; "The Right of Way," Ollbort
Parker's great story a story that was
enjoyed by every reader of high clasa
literature; "The Great John Ganton,",
a sister play to "The Lion nnd tho
Mouso" and "Paid In Full," and "The
Ocntlemcn From Mississippi," dealing
with a subjest that Is fresh In tho
memory of tho citizens of Honolulu at
the present time; "Salvntlon Nell'
and. Lean nicsnna, .Mrs. rii' yvu
This, no doubt snys Mr. McRae,
will be the only opiwtunlty the the-'.by
nter-gulng public of this city win ever
hnvo of being entcrtnlned by thoso
great plays, nnd we would feel very
disappointed If they do not tako ad
vantage It It. as myself and company
nro nnxlourfto. enjoy your socltey and
association for n good long time,
Mrs. Francis Gay cntertnlned nt
dinner Monday-ovenlng nt the Young
Hotel. Tho color 'Bchemp wns pink,
the Mowers combined? with tho can
dles In their fluffy roso pink shades,
produced a much desired effect. Af
ter dinner Mrs. Gay and her guests
attend Marshall Darrach's recital
which wns given that evening In
the lounging room of the Young Ho
Miss Helcno Irwin of Honolulu
part In the "tableaux vlvants" which
were given nt the St. Francis Hotel,
San Francisco, on April Cth nnd 7th
of this month. Miss Irwin Is a charm
ing nnd beautiful girl, nnd ainongst
tho bovy of beautiful women who took
iTSrk she held her own. She repre
sented "Mmo. Recamlcr,
The following program was elvon:-),
La Dychesse de Pollgnac,,.... Nattier
Mrs, Gerald Rnthhone.
Tho Milkmaid Greuzo
Miss Hclon Chcscbrough.
Mmo. Lebrun et na titles. ...I.obrun
Mrs. Walter Martin, ll'tlo MI is
La Fcmmo a Eventuel ...... i.,.Fuuro
Mrs. John C. Wilson.
Mmo. Recnmlcr David
Miss Helcno Irwin. '
Song of tho Lark Jules Breton
Miss Mary Kceney.
L'lnnocenco tenant deux Pigeons..
Mrs, Alexandra "Hamilton.
Ln Duchcsce de I'armo'
Mrs. G. II. Mendcll Jr.. Miss
Tho pavnn by' ladles In wnllng to tho
Greek " Interpretative dance "Tho
Daphne Myth" Themes: (a) Hnp
plness of Childhood; (b) Awakening
to Life; (c) Wooing of Apollo; (d)
Struggle; (o) Daphne turns Into tho
laurel tree. I
Miss Innes Keenny, .
Intermission of 20 minutes.
SECOND SERIES. ,
Henrietta de Bourbon corjtl as Floro
Miss Genlovo Harvey.
Mmo. Mole Raymond .' Lobrun
Miss Hazol King,
La Damo mi Camlllo (Mmo.. Dochc)
, . . .". . Wlnierhalter
The" Listening Girl Greuze
Miss Helen Jones.
Princess Louise Nattier
Mrs. Laurcnco Irving' Sott,
Tho Broken Pitcher Greuzo
Miss Clara Nichols.
Mme. Vlctolre as Dlann Nattier
'Miss Agnes Tlllmann.
Princess de Lamballe Nattier
Miss Frances Howard.
Tho program for the English night
was ns follows:
"The Mall" (composite' picture) ...
'. . . . . Gainsborough
Miss Bessie Ashtnn, Miss Clalro
Nlchofs, Mrs. Russol Rogue,
Miss Marian Zolle, Miss . -"
"Noll Owynn" .,..,.. Sir Poter Lcly
Mp. George A. Popo. '
Mrs. 8herldnn .... Sir James Reynolds
Miss Marln'n No'wtiall. j
"Circe" 4 ,rs. Romnoy
Mrs. Tetor Martin.
Ladlos Frankland ... Hoppnct;
MrB. Wlllnrd Drown.
"Innocenco" ,,.,. Reynolds
Llttlo Francos Ames. ,
Mrs.,,Mnrk Currlo Iomnoy
Jllss Jennlo Crocker.
Duchess of Devonshire. Gainsborough
Mrs, C. Frederick Kohl,
. . SECOND SERIES, ,
"The Tragic" Muse" "..Reynolds
' Mrs, Francis Cnrolan.
Mrs. Percy Mooro
Mrs, Edward Prlnglo,
Mrs, Thomas Rreozo,
,Co;ipt,qss Gqwgr, (iluchsB. of, Sutlier'
auud) &,,,.... .. M-awronco
Mrs. Stgnmml Stern.
. Mrs. Oscar Cooper. .
"Tho Three Graces" ...,.,. Reynolds
. Mrs, Athol Mcllean,
Miss. Elizabeth Nuwlinil,
Miss Marian Ncwhnll.
Miss Barren' Lnwrsneo
jBS Julln Lnnghnmc. I
Duchess of.'Devonslilrc Viscountess
Duncnnnon Reynolds '
Mrs. Wnlfer Mhrtlu. j
Hdnolutu music lovrs will be
gr?atly pleased to learn .Unit a song
recital has been arranged for Miss'
Llndeman, tho gifted roprnno who
g now visiting Honolulu. Those,
icw wno nave nan inii-s u
i hearing Miss Llndeman sing at a ,
I private recital have been chnrtnert ;
the spelt,' of her voice nnd hroj
rirlildly spreading lh good news or
her preseiro ln Honolulu.
Miss LlndcniC possesses n voleo
of remarkablrfciuallty niid range, n
most attractive preface nnd n
charming manner. The recital will
be given next Thursdny oenlng at
the Alexander Young Hotel and will
bo the only one given In this city
as the. gifted, nrtlsts will make a
very brief stny he'ro owing io num
erous engagements on the mainland.
Tho program will consist of groups
of Itnllan, German nnd English
songs. It will bo a prhgrani thnt
VIII be particularly ploaslng to Ho
nolulu music lovers. For accompan
ist MIbs Llndeman hos been fortun
nto In enlisting the talent or Mrs.
L. Tenney Peck which nssureg her
songs being given to the very host
Miss Llndeman conies fiim thai
good old stnto or Kentucky noted
.for Its beautiful women. Her musi
cal oduent'loii' has been gained en
tirely In America and her beautiful
ly cultured vole Is a living testi
monial to tho ability or American
Among tho list of nnnies of ladles
who wll act a patronesses tor tho re
cital are the rollowlug: W. F.
Frcnr, 11. F. Dllllnghnni, MrjJ. J. S.
McOrow.'Mrs. CI II. Cooper,. 3trs. Ei
D. Tenney,, MrsmM- F. Prosser., Mrs.
George Rodlok, tMrs. ' August Ilane
berg. Mrs. W. 'A. Love,, Mrs. IV H.
Atherton. Mrs. Theo. Richards. Mrs-
W. D. Wcstervclt, Mrs. E. E. Win'
slow, Mrs. Frnncls Guy, Mrs. J. P.
Cooke, Mrs. E. A, Mott-Smith, Mrs.
U Tonney Posh, Mrs. Alcx. Lindsay.
Mrs. Chns. WclgW. Miss Nowcomb,
Mrs. Allen White"
Vol o sapeto Cnvallerla Hustlcnna
f ,...., Mascngul
Nina t.,.,. Pergo!csl
0 cossato til plngarnil ... Scarla'.ll
In Questa Tomba" ; . . lUotliovdii
Aua Mclnen Giossen Scbmurzen....
,,...,. Robert Fruuz
Es Hat Dlo RosoSlch Bcklagt.w...
. , Robert Franz
Idh GroUo Nlcht , Schunianu
Helmweh .' Hugo Wolf
a. Hands and Lips
b. Our Llttlo I.ove Is Newly ISorn
c. You, dear, and I ,......,
,...., Ilobsrt C. Clarke
u. .When tho Swallows Homeward Fly
b. Let us Forget ..i-i' .
Maud Valcrl White
a. Until Ood's Day ...,.
b. .When I am Dead, My Dearest . . ,
c. Ills Lullaby
. , . . , ..Carrie Jucobs-Hond
Tho Moon Mendelsohn
My Heart at Thy. Swest V0I09.
Samson ct DalllA....C. Saint Sacua
J;an ., i.... H. T. Burlefgh
Boat Song ;t.... Harriet Wnro
Auf Wel'.lorschn ...;.... Max Dendlx
Kingfisher Bluo' ,
Amy Woodfordo Flndcn
1 I.ovo But Thee Frank La Forgu
Requiem .'.; Sidney Homer
The Years at tho Sprlpg1
'.VMrs. U.U, A. Bench
Mr. and Mrs. E 0. Hall wll leavo
oiMho Wllholmlna, tbo last of Apt IK
.for a trip on tho mainland.
A Skin oi lieauiy is a joy FofPVBi
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