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HVnNINO UlTM.nTIN, HONOLULU, T II., "UTi'miAY, MAY 21, 1D10.
tCc?"' "n 1 fr fl R!E5Y?!JE
for Infants and Child ro n .
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
Dr. George Whiicfield Chadwlek. day evening, May 22ml, at 8 o'clock,
Dr. tllorge Whiicfield Chadwlek, This concert will be complimentary
Arnorlca.i computer, was born In to faculty nnd pupils of jho Ka-
Lowell, Mats, cm Not ember 13, 18fil. "icliamchn Bchools.
An older liiolhir Hist iriive him In. T,l following artists havo kindly
lutiiir.llnii. ...i Hi., i.lntiiirnrtn lliul,. Consented 10 alst In UlO following
"ASTOItBA has mot Willi nrniintiiiffil f.ivm- nn ihn n.irf nf h1.v,Llnn. I. i., ... -.-i -i- i.i .. ,.... nrncrnin!
fi , - - I"" - -' i',,j .,. .n- it-niiMOll iu inu iuiibii: ma vuviiuuii ---
" iiliuriuao-utic.il solIoIIui uiul imtlii .tunllioiilliK. It U uilly physicians liu wont to Huston, mid beenme tlio
with results mol fcralirylnjr. Tlilui hill- ouft astorfaNtiiiiiiu-ttionjlily tlio pupil of Kitguuu Tha,or, ilcvotliu
lcsultof thmi facts i ll, Tlio indlspiilulii,- i-in.i-me tli.il It Is harmless: 2ml. himself ohlelly to thu otgnn. In 1S7U
Thntli not only alla.vnctiuiiiu.il pilns nnd rjiP ti the n los, but tiEMluiilntes llm hi accepted nn Invltntlon tifbecoiun!
food; :irI, IlMuiia-rrto.ilili'midpcrli'i'tsiibtiautaforcu.-tturiill. It is absolutely bond of tlio iimsliul department 'if
safe. Itil-H-s iinlronliiniuiij' opium, moiphlni-, or olln-r nnn-ollo anil docs nut 'OlUct College, Michigan, but a year
ttiiify. It is niiii'ic 8'joII.iiv Syrupt, Hati'iuan'sPropi, (Jodfri'y's Coidi.il, etc. Inter wept to Leipzig nnd cnlcn-d
This Is a good il-iil for u tneill. al juiinul toui.v. Our ilmj, liouctn-r, is to expose ,'1" Consort ntnry, where Carl Muck,
danger unit mwd Urn means of .uU.iiiWii;,-lieullli. Tim day foe iioiilite; Inno- "c.'cn Hupoklih and ll.it'isnn naii-ji
cent i liiMreri lliiuii;-li gn-i dor lgiiiruiii-n oiijjhl loeiiil. Toour Li.titsldgi, Cus- Wl'"' '""U"K l'-' . Ineumi ii-s. During
torl.t Ij u remedy which iirotliKt-i iiiiihmum uid li-:illli, l.v n ciilatluir tlio """ !"lJ ls'! '"' "Ullc' under
rysleii)-iiotbvMiiH-rviiu'lt uml uur n.udi-n uiu uulillu.1 to I. iu Information. ,,"1,1,'1" "' J"'!"""'"', nnd dmliiK
Bald Juniwil of JItalth. is"'J ""(!ur HIielnlierKiT In Munich.
0 Ills lnels ut I.Hli7.lg was Inspired
Tlio SIX . S.i ...'' flii:r:ni!(-c r'-uilno by nn ..merlcnii kuliJectA It wnj nn
"Tour CuU,-lU i'l, flr,t In III ct n. In iu;
lJit ytu ut iirucili 1 tkii fray I u vi t ui.vfuuiiil
urtl li k (!! "i rn- (b -
yiuiAn tui"vr, II 1),
"I hTf 6M yocr CaU tln thrunnf ntnwn
Ull nut fl.rft It lciwill.t to Ukt1, fttid Lnvo ulilalmd
t.j(.-!l4 nl rtf ji f n.ui ll uim..m
8. A. Ilicniiin,.M. D.,
MStaliopIiuureln reconmi-ntllnyoar Ctrtorla,
lulTtnj; ircomrmratrd lt ti,e la nvif Ititftitfili, ami
cotiHtjir It lb 1kg: ItxAllvu tUU couU be rt-ij,
i-rcttUr for cliJIJrcu "
NiTiUNiEL K. Klio, M. D., fit. Ia'i, Mo,
otfituru entitled "Hip Van Winkle,'
M h..i oj Ton- cirint'. mi lutinj it n which hud a perfoiiiiinifc nt n con
niTiiiiii ii.i.iii ii iii i.ih.iii.m mil iiiioio Kcivntory louiert nnd was Klvou a
rt.iururkijuijr yuri. V.erumiiUUcxrrlleiil. '
II. J. Til r, J!. 1) ,
"I flail jnnr Cnr'otld la bo a runtlart famll
rrnui:. Il It tin, U -t Hi i , fur tl.fi ill ml clill.
dnii 1 Lftta ml ki om n ma I Hi ii,mtii,l 1U
It. II. I..l.ai.o., II I).,
place on the piocrnm of Dm Boston
Handel mid Uuydli Society In 1880.
lie had Just returned tn the United
Stales, and was invited by the fes
tival management to conduct It. Ho
elected to niuku llosKn his home, bo
enme organist of the South Congro
Kntlonul Church, and professor of
liiiimoiiy, composition and orchestra
tion nt the New Unglnud Conserva-
1. Offertolio L'fejjrfl Wcly
Mr. Sydney Hobeti,
2. Mother o' Mine Tours
Mr V.. C. Vnush.in.
3. Cello solo
Dr. C. Itnniup.
"4. With Vordne Clad (Creation)..
Mr. Allan White. x
B. O Invo Dlvlno Novln
' . MrH. StfpliPii Norton Holm.
0. Alidnnti! In A Ilatlstc
Mr. Sydney Itobcn.
7. The Ilosary Ncvln
Knniehnmcha flirts' Qtco Cluh.
8. O. Dry Those Tears lei IIIeR3
Mrs Stephen Norton Hobo.
9. A Song of I.me Novln
Mr. K, C. Vniighan.
0. Hawaii Newcomb
Kamchamcha Iluys ami tllrls,
Miss Lathrop nt the piano.
The I'ortusuese colony aro creating
nil sorts of entertainments for their
countrymen, who represent n portion
of tho Portuguese navy. Tlio cruiser
Chfidren Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
I -Oil. .i..... , ,..4 .,,,,
Your Feet will be less painful if
'S FOOT SOAP
, It makes walking a joy
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FQIIT STREETS
New Line of Qpods
L.AH0Y, - NuuanuSt
-ntflndurttir; tho Mit1fyoarpricribil your
CAitfU for IiifuntiLui otiuii i illMihkr, I moit
bMirtilr coiumeU'l lit uc Ibd fi,riuu!ii runlalm
iwUilidckkiliiutatui!itdilktii-otchlMraii, tory of Music, of whlsh he hecjtiw San Oabrlel, now In port, has received
a. n. ujjott.ji. i.. .-.or lomut;. iimslcul dliector In 1897. In 1897 attentions which both omcerH nnd
he ic-clved the honorary degree of wn must appreciate. Ilesldos lh
M. A. from Yulu University, whose usual social functions, in tho line nf re-
i 1'iufesKur of Music, Horatio W. l'ar- ccptlons, dances and dlnuerH tho
kcr, was lino of bin pupils before go- luau. niitnmobtle excursions iirnuud
lug to (lermauy, ulto degree or 1. 1,. D. thc'lsbnd, a lilt to the idantattous,
Ifiotn Tufts College, 1905. Kor seV- nnd a trip to see the finest nctlvo vol-
I oral years ho wns conductor of tho cano Iu tho world. A return to Hono-
unmtal music festivals at Spring- lulu, where there will bo moro enter.
fie.d und Worcester, Mass. The rest talnlng and then the lmrtlng. Thq
'of Mr Chadwlck's art-life can bo offlcrs and men aro gentlcmnnly and
told In connection with an enumera- aro delighted with the civilities and
tlon of his prlnclplo compositions, attentions which they aro receiving,
He has composed In all tho form. nna wln cmy ui,y wn lcm ,,,
, argo and small the list comprising pIenll,lt ,.,, flf nnwall nel.
thieu syttiphoules. six overtures,
eight choral works with orchestra. .,,hll. ,., i,
seven clmliiber pieces, about half u Mrlnur "-arweu.
hundred nongs, some pianoforte nnd Amongst tho younger musical corn
organ pluses, choiutes for male and l10""""" lr. I'nrwell has a placo Iu yio
fiimule voices and a text book on forcmosj; rank. Ills musical creed is
harn-otiy. American music uul American corn
Mr. Chadwlek is not nn onNniid. posers, and every componr Is under
out believer Iu program music. Ho a Ieop obligation to hlni for tho sin-
hus a critical ni.d conservative, mind, cero.and hearty Interest ho, with cer
nnd his compositions aro chiefly talu othem of the compesers, has iak
(moulded In the classical forms. In en In establishing the American Music
his lyric drama "Judith" he utilizes Society. At present there, are four'
coiibiuerauiy mo modem device of teen centers. On May 13th, J9D9, a
typical phrases. In his Symphony In letter was .ent by the nntlonnl organ!-
P nnd Qunrtet In IZ minor, there uro ration of the- American tluslc Society
traces of nn Idiomatic expression to the music committee ot tho AlaHka-
which, sin e Dr. Dvorak's sojourn In Yukon-Pacific' exposition In Seattle,
'In tho United States, has been dls- asking for t'io anmilntment of nn
cussed more or less Intelligently as American Music Society day at the
a possible trait for au American exposition. This letter was signed by
School or Composition." , ( Walcr uaInrosch( D.ivlil Uisphain. K.
,, 'X. Arcns l'rank Damrosch and Ar-
AoruSt0tA.rlMn'n,u.lcl. of FnJ.II. The re-jutst was grant-
eminence. Arthur Foote. ei.ioys'the ed at onco and Sept. 25 h nk tho day,
dlstlctlou of bolng one whose educa- wl,n ,ho result nat "l0 V
Hon is wholly native. Ho was born were B,vcn. ''""-"'nB. afternoon nn.l
In Salem, JIass., on March H, 1853. evening. Seventeen American com-
As a lad ho studied tho pianoforte. ',0"crs lmi1 n hearing In orchestral
and at fifteen was tnkon to H. J. w)rkl, fl1" n"'1 r"'S. I11""10 Boloa-
l.nng, on whoje advice ho was en- Illn solos, chorusm for women's
tered as a student of hnrmouy In tho voices, men's voices, nnd for tho
class of Stephen A. Emery at the school children, one gong ccle, a
New England Conservatory' of Mu- ladles' quartette, and many bongs,
sic. Mrs. Dcach. Miss Lang, Dr. Chad-
As Profeisor J. K. Paine was col- wick, Mr. Foote and Mr. Furwell were
lege organist, and, with him as each represented In tho program,
founder of It, the musical department The Influence of such an event as
was already In existence. Foote stud- the American Music Society Day Is far
led further in the theoretical, branch- reaching and Is directly In lino with
es of musli us nn undergraduate. Ono of tho first objects of tho Boclcty.
After graduation, In 1871. he con ti.- Tn brine About tho nomil.ir ac-
I tinned his studies with Paine, also ccptanco 0f tho'ldca of' Bcrlous com
.going tp Lang for lessons on, the position by Americans. Centres of the
luiiiiuiiuiu ami organ. in loiu no Amerlcnn Music Society havo been
formed In Uoston, New York, Detroit,
St. Ixnils, Colorado Springs, Salt Lake
City, Itochc'ster, San Diego, I,os An
geles, Lnwrenco (Kansas), Seattle,
San Francisco, Wichita (Kansas), and
Minneapolis. A hullotiu Is published
in New York, of which Mr. Farwell
The Beer That
lecelved the degree of 'A. M, (for
As n composer, his Influence hn3
spiead throughout the States. Ills
orchestral compositions. Including an
overture, "In tho Mountains," u
Suite In D Minor, , a Serenade for
si, ii,&a, uuu it Bjuiiimuiiii; iiuum, , , . .
"Frnncesca da IUmlnt." havo been "" ciia ll3 lrcslden( of tho Ainer-
played repeatedly by the orchestra lca Musl Society,
of Doston, New Yprk and Chicago, n addition to tho Interest Mr. tar-
under the direction of such nion ni well has In tho Music Society work
Wllholmn Oeilscke, Theodore Tho- lie does a great deal or musical crltl-
"s. Kmll I'nnr and Frank Vnnder clsm for tho New York ".Musical Anier-
-Stucken; whllo his cantatas, "The lea." The'WaAVan Press Is ono of his
.-.I...OH ot lliuwutha." "The Wreck private enterprises for tho publishing
of tho Hesperus," and "Tho Ske:eto.i of music wrltteji by American com-
Mi: Armor," hnvo, found pla es tyi the poscis. Mr. llirwell has Vvrltten
programs of ninny other concert In numerous songs and much muilo for
EtlUilluiiH. Ilia latest composition, the orchestra. "Tho Ilulucd Harden"
The suite for string nrcliestra, was anq -niako's Drum" shoSv u contrast
pioduced Iu Huston last scaton by nj fcty0 ,H (0ngs which proves his
Max Fiedler, vorutlllty.v Ills "Dawn," a tone poem
I Ml. Foote has also mailo large ex- )ifPt all in(Ian thoniB for full or-
. iuiBloiiH Into tho Holds of chamber ,,. i. i,,i irnl nnrform-jnecs
church music, .ong aifd -iilano..', u waa llC!lr,i;n, .hoHt 1-ouU and
Seatllo eNiosltlnna and vas highly
Mr. Farwell has studied tho music
of the Indians nnd written a number
SUITS THE PEOPLE
He Is Honorary President of til.)
American Uulld of Organists. Pre-
'sldent of the Cecilia Society, Hon-
ion, nun n;u ucen tor uuriy-ono , , , .-,.. i......-,i
hea'rs c,rga.st nf the First Unitarian V ? r M
Dr. (leuige W. Chadwlek and Sir.
Aitliur Footo acted with Prof. Horn
from the earliest Americans, His
"Lyrics of tho Hed Man" and "lmpros
slons of tho Wn-Wnn Ceremony" are
Itlo Parker. John Philip Sousa and ",lll1"' n" '" Hs UHorestlug. Ho has
I 'Dr. J, LowIb Ilrowjfraa Judges nt tint also harmonized n number f tho old
Socoud .Wannamaker Competition negro ioik songs. Aiiogviiiir u. rur-
Cliornl Festival hold at Ugyptlnu well 3 a busy and useful man In mu-
I Hall, PhlladHlphla, Master week of sic and no Ameilcnn computer can
- . , , . -, "7 ' "'Is jonr.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year1-
II WW" IJ wuiiviillj V WV ( ,)t, Bli;1 , Kntafhameha ch pel Sup
full to appreciate nil Hint be li.w pc
compllehed viiiu! wlsli him length ot
duys for his work.
In conniption with this arllcla I will
nuoto froU) n lejter i cMve.l fiom Dp
Ocorge W Chadwlek, which shows tho
Intorest In American composers by
one of the world's greatest singers. Of
Madame Schumann Helnk he writes:
"I call her my 'Press Agent' for ehe
goes about scolding Amerlcatuslngeru
for not cultivating the American rum
Gerard Darton was born In England,
tho Bon of an English clergyman. Ho
came from a faintly who had given
many ministers to tho church.
Ho was rdtic.itci! -ot Cambrldgo, and
taking up music nH n pmfeislon, he
seems to havo spent sonic jours In
California liofoio romlug In Honolulu.
(Jerard Darton . had n gift for con
ducting ' choirs, nnd ho hns ficldnui
been ecpialled,lu his ability lo correct
without becoming Irksome and with
out .losing tho Interest of his choir
members. , -
In Honolulu ho was organist and
choir-matter of St. Andrew's Cilho
dial and head niurlc matter nt Oahii
After leaving Honolulu he went to
Tot onto, Canada, whoro tin ill cm I In
1900. He has loft a number of songs
and glees, as well ns ni'ire piolenlloui
Mri.-Lorrin Thurston's Tea.
Wednesday Mrs. Uirrln Thurston
entertained n score or pietty girls In
rormally at ton In honor of tho Mlssui
Shlpman of Hawaii, who will leave to
day for tho mainland. The tea was
seived on the lantii nt nn nttractlvn
tea table ornamented with red enrnn
tlons. A social hour of chit chat war
spent. Tho following bevy of girls
were present: Tho Misses Shlpman
Miss Sarn Lucas, the Misses Ward (3),
MIsb Allco Spalding, Miss Vera Da
mon, Miss Hart, Miss Lydla McStock
er, Miss Hattlo l.uca-i, and Miss Helen
Mrs. Hedeman's Luncheon.
Mlsn Allco Spalding', the brldo to
be of Lieutenant Ilowmau, U. S. A.
wns tho guest of honor at a luncheon
given by Mrs. C. Uedcmnn at hei
home C Wnlklkl. Tho luncheon was
served on the lnnal, overlooking tho
sea. The central decoration of tho
table was n cut glass bowl filled with
pale pink carnations. Tho flowers
combined with maidenhair fern wore
strewn over the cnowy cloth. Among
thoso present were Mrs. C. Hedcman
Miss Alice Spalding, Mrs. Harold
Castle, Mlsa Irma llMlentync, Miss
nthel Spalding. Mis llallcntyno, Miss
Rnjiihllde White, Miss Dorothy Wood
and Miss HUma White.
On Tuesday evening tho band con
cert nt ThomaB square wns an unusii
ally pleasant one, on account of sev
eral selections composed by the nrt
1st, Paul do Longpre. who Is again In
Honolulu Ills palnjltris or tlowerr
havo made him famous ovor all parts
of tho country nnd the music which
was bo well rendered by our local
band was something of which this
gifted artist can well bo pi odd. Mr.
de Longpre has n host nf friends and
admlrere here, who gladly, welcome
Widespread regret In both Navy
and Arniy'clrcles Is felt oer the de
parture of Captain Chandler Comp
bell of the United States Marine Corp,
who received orders to report at Mnro
Island, where the United State's cruis
er Maryland Is ut present, and to
which tho popular officer has been
assigned fur duty. Captain Camp
bell departed on tho Sierra, snlllnR
May 18th for San Francisco, and will
go at onco to join his ship.
Among tho arrivals on tho steamei
Wllhclmlna from tho States wasv a
brother of Mr. Theodore Illchards,
who Is accompanied by his wife. Thoy
will spend gome time tn tilt Islands,
viewing tho beauty nnd enjoying the
delightful cllmato, nil of whlcluis a
revelation to the guosts of Mr, Hlcli
nrds, who havo never vlsltod the Isl
Mr. W. C. Lyonwlth his mother
and small son, nrrtvod on tho steamer
Wllhelmlna, Tuesday, May 17th, after
an enjoyable Ult to their old home In
Colonel Waltor Schuyler, Fifth Cav
alry United Stutes Army, will return
to Honolulu about the 12th of Juno
Ho was detailed to accompany Prince
Tsal T'oa to Washington and New
York. It Is to be regretted that Col
onel Schuyler will bo with his regi
ment but n fow months after his re
turn, and will then leave to fill a va
cancy on the general staff.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Dillingham aro
contemplating a visit to the CoaBt and
to Huiopo In Iho near futuro. Their
purpose Is to extend tholr tour for n
Mr. Churchill Harvey-Klder was a
passenger on the Lurllno sailing for
San Francisco May IGlh. Mr. Harvey
T.lder Is en route to Los Angeles, his
old home, whoro ho may remain n
fact which Is regretted by the many
f i lends ho has made here, who wcro
most reluct ant to bid him farowcll.
Mr. (It'org Iailichlld nf Knunl Is-a
Honolulu visitor, having arrived on
tho Manna Kea Saturday, May 14th.
Mr, and Mrs. doorgo Drako Muddy
of Los Angeles are Contemplating n
Mslt to Honolulu shortly
"I Suffered With for YearsPe-ru-na Cured
Mlia Alblns Chsnvln, No. 50 Hue Agnes, St. llunrl, Montrcil, Cm., writes i
"I consider Pernna better than any other remedy, as It cured me when
nothing elso could. I .offered for years and yeirt with heart trouble,
headache nnd weakness. 1 never expected to find anything to euro me. l
ssw one day, lu "La Prcsso," that Pern n wax excellent and 1 tried ll. One
battle produced chango In me and If the'prlco had been $100 a bottle 1
would havo paid It gladly. I have taken six bottles nnd am entirely cured.
Please accept my thanks and best wishes for your Pcruna,"
ssssiSMfe jfs ill
"Please Accept My
Thanhs and Best
Wishes For Your
Many cases of heart trouble are caused
by rellex disturbance.
Derangements of tho stomach nnd
liver pruduca symptom nf heart trouble
Catarrh of th .stomach Is a very-frequent
cau) of sympathetlo heart Uls
tut. Palpitation, shortness of breath and
bloating after meals are the most prom-
Such a condition ot tho stomach Is
nltollablo lo produce headaches of th
worst sort. ,"
Medicines that palliate the symptoms
will nover load to a cure. -
It Is the effect which Perunahna upon
the stomach, healing tho mucous mrin
branea nnd restoring tho natural func
tion of the stoinachrthat cause ramus
to bring such prompt f olUf .
The following wholesale druggists will supply the retail trade
BENSON. SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
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win rid Tourrreml. "" "" "" ignt " sr box.
Ms of rats, inloq.
bms, etc. Ileacj tor.
Immodlsta uta. For
so yrs. tbe only rusr-
, aauea exterminator
Konay back if it falls
r -. tf ST Ecldtyital
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Nearer the heart of the business district, and with a complete new
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