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N EVENING niJM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATimDAY, MAY 28, 1910. 13 vil -f
American Compotert' Recital.
A largo audience Including many
well known locrs of music were pres
ent at the song recital of American
Composers nt the Itonl Hawaiian ho
tel, Thursday pvoqtng The Ameri
can music society In Its efforts to
bring nbout the poinilar acceptance of
the Idea of serious composition by
Americans has established centers in
Boston, Now York and man) of tho
other principal cities on tho mainland.
did scope of her olco, Mrs. Welglit
while pIcasliiB and satisfying her aud
ience, alwas gles a senso of rescrvo
power. Most fortunately another of
our composers landed on Hawaiian
rhtuei at this opportune tlmo and
lint her chirm and grate to Ilia occn
tlon. Mrs. Canle Jacobs-tlond played
and sang her own compositions In n
most fascinating wny. Mrs. Ilond gnvo
ns her opening number 'The Shep
herdess," perhaps the best known of
Z . , ,MET '
k t . -1 . . , -. j I r . 1 1 - ) r l-. , It Ul Pvqasat Airsj uruco nicv. MacK.au, ,x
FfiMfcV . , Ml P" Cl f Vfitfl Piano Jo-lottc j A
FtIMTi TTll " III r?T.v ..;A WB?31 Clara Knthloch Bogors N ' B Wmt i "
mSkHli U m ly L&u& hW-l&'&ii &&&flHL i M'' w" D WcMcrvcUi - - X isw M i
W rl- " .HJl,,.. J,U"w"LrWV The Cnours Lady." M mj S V" w) ."".F A 'M mi. V
cV Idr i Thero Is Dcrhaos no sublcct about ff P y . r tr T r lW As mf M rt, -.iOTKE.."!l
r j t bt - m - jjt .v m j r mt m .- avmaOTirKi
w f aw M M M W M&
- f ws Ef- siBF WW r W m m Sii
i sArv arw ,v.
Mrs! Uruco McV. Mackatl.
Piano solo (lax otto
Clara Kathleen Rogers
Mrs. V. P. Wcstcrvelt.
The Chours Lady."
j Thero Is perhaps no subject about
which tho outsldo wor'd henrs more
of than tho subject of tho stage, In
nil Its bearings. Perhaps no subject
exerclKcs more permanent faclnatlon
upon the ordinary mind than tho life
of the woman behind tho footlights
Of late years. In all Now York pro
dtictlons the principals seem to hnvo
been forgotten, and tho "chorus girls"
cnno Into her own, nnd was tho re
clpcnt of Moral offering! and flattering
cfrltlclsms from tho press, so much
so that the bucccss of tho opera or
musical comedy depended almost cn-
Ncw York man
ner works. Her other numbers wore llrcly on the chorus
"In Dear Hawaii," nnd "Play MBke
Ilcllce," Mrs Ilond shows a dlt'
1,1 Mr I? A II Vnntnnml .il I.. ...
.nnniiv n'oni!.inin.i uh .',.. , .i "'" nuar Hawaii," nnd "Play MBke- ngcrs. quick to rcallio this situation
sonally acquainted with many of ho mi . of nnr m nbout , ,, tl0
for Z I ,ti TcHn, t7 " llc,lvc lnJduam nnd an atmo - chorus the feature of their produc-,
for tho splendid recital of Thursday .., . .." ....', .,. , i, .,. ,t, ,,, i.nniiiirnl.
' TJ "i," f 2- I",8lunllrl"Bic0"' tensel attracts while at times It Is tho best dressed nnd most Intcllectml
subjective enough to mnko one almost oung ladles they could secure In isew
npologctlo for Intruding. On tho pro- York CIO. They were sometime i
gram were thno local composers, fortunate chough to siruro Jho scr-
Mary Dillingham Irenr contributed n vlce8 r Bon, r New lorKH cletf
number, "Pccc." which was ono of 'cn,'cr '" """W B lro'lnent posl
ii. ... r .1... ,ni,,n ti.i .nu Hon In their chorus, and ns a direct
ual length, held the Intense Intares of ,, lh b result of this popular wao of Chpnw
the audience o the last number, n h c , , M )loU) 0 lrl" wo have ono of the most enter-
her letter to Mr. Nowcomb. Mrs. II. I. , A1 , A xvnr(, cort , talnlng comedy dramas over presented
A. Beach, who ranks first among tho p..,,,.. ,, .. ,.,' .,.. .,, , upon tho American stage, namely,
women composers of tho world. sa,s: i" J7?ntrJvZZ " Chorus Lady." which depict, the
... , ': ',, : .... i lives of tho different types or cnorm
... wra ujb. a. r. nwc.,mo, wn, rK W(J haV(j ,h(J gr, wh(J plK)rtB
Kruaiiy apprccimcu. mis milliner was UmtM ,, hcr cntr0 family on tho
mum uy Airs. .nncKan in a masicriui
In securing for Honolulu an entertain
ment In lino with what Is now general
ly Known on mo mainland as an
"American Music Society" event wns
crowned 'with bucccss on this occa
sion. Tho program, though of onus-
It li delightful to hear of thin con'
cert In fnr off Hawaii, nnd I thank joit
for tolling me of It." Mrs. lcach con
tributed three numbers for the pro
grani: "When Soul Is Joined to Soul,"
beautifully rendered by Mrs. Uruco
McV. Mackall; "Tho Years nt tho
Spring," sung by Mr. Arthur Wnll
In thin number Mr. Wall Burpasocd
himself. His clear enunciation, and
Interpretation of Drownlng's most
beautiful words w.lth the exquisite i-ct-ling
given them by Mrs. flench made
this one of tho rmnrlte numbers of
tho evening; "After," Mrs. Stephen
Norton Ilobo, wth hcr deep, rich con
tralto voice, rendered this Intrlcato
composition, bringing out Us many
moods and colors admirably. Mr.
Arthur Footo, another of America's
foremost composers, contributed soV'
cral numbers. Tho first sung nt tho
program, "Thero Sits a Hlrd on EV
cry Tree," which was sung by Sem-
brlch on hcr American tour, was ex.
qulsltcly presented by MrB. Mackall,
with tho charm and polso for which
n bo Is noted, Mrs. Mackall was In hcr
usual Biilcndld voice and well de-
sen cs the enthuslnBtlc ovation alio
received. From the number Bent by
Mr. Arthur "Farwell, "Ilequlescat" was
splendidly Interpreted by his friend
and classmate, Mr. Cllvo Davlcs, ably
suppoited by M. Davlcs at the piano.
Mr. Davlcs also sang Gerard Barton's
"Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind,"
with good effect! Georgo W. Chad
wlch, another of our famous compos
ers, was well represented on the pro
gram, "Dear Love When In Thlno
Arms," was well sung by Mr, Edwnrd
C, Vaughan. Tills was Mr. Vaughan'
first appearance before n Honolulu
uudlenco In concert. .Ills pure tenor
volco la true and sympathetic and wan
for him a standing amonir our slngcrB.
"Dania," also by ChadvUck, which Ib
iung by Schumann Helpk. was given
tu Mrs. Alexander Litc'it) Jr. This
ocqulslto coraposltli'h'ls well adapted
'n Mrs. I.lmlw, iih It lould bo sung
only by ono'who has a flcxlblo volco
and much temperament. Mr. Edgar A.
P. NcWconvb nnothcr of Amerlca'4
composers who is with us In Hono
lulu, has written much', Including
songs, nn opera, and piano music. Mr.
New comb has a keen senso of melody,
n frT't-limss and simplicity In his stjlo
that Is charming. After hearing his
"Dear Llttlo BalrnW' sung bo daint
ily 'by Mrs Lindsay, ono could oulv
wlfh.for a further acquaintance with
'JMnrgaret Ittitlcn Lang, another
American composer, sent somo fine
fnumbera for the program. Her
C'Sprlng," so ably given by Mrs C. 8.
'Weight together with "Tho Eden
'llose," by I ooto, showed tho spleii-
'' " " ' to
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Americas Finest production
Love joy fc Co., Sole Agents
unbri' nhn rrpplves. Tho honest Kir I.
way. Mrs. W. D. Wester oil ginc tho ,vi,n ,hii,. nniv of her art. Wo have
plnno numbers of tho eonlng, "A ,ne B0Cicty girl, driven to tho thcatro' onc of lno ,)rctut.st girls of the joung. wns kccnl appreciated by tho guests
Suite for Plnno,' by Hugh Kelso, nnd in i,nr .i. cylinder car nnd arrayed .., .i i. r .L ,nv n v,,.,iir,,i nr hnnnr nn.i ihpv wirn ilLdlchted with
ini.ii i, r,i i.li.ninnniit l!opii ta furnish- the elitcrtn nmvnt.
"Scherzo." by Clarn Kathleen Itogers. i nin in(si iMrlslan fashlonB,
'"" ""T-' ' v" -q'nim wo hno tho "Snlpplsh utri," wn" lnB Ul0 10nl0 nt Kurt Hhalter In a ei
tho occasion. Her rendition of these thinks her occupation fur beneath 1",r,aUractX0 manner
two number was a magnificent bit of nnd ciuscs no end of discontent and
Interpretation and well descnod tho trouble among hcr companions. Then Dr and Mrf cooper's Chowder,
cniiiuslnstle recognition It received, wo hae tho real souica gin wno ap- t)r am, Mrg chnres Hrjnnt Cooper .Wllhelmlnn; Numerous friends enmo
Tlld nprrtnitinlllalu nt Ihn nvpnltiir Itnrn ni-nnUlM linv Itflnlttnn. CirrtOM With , . .i t....K... n ..!.. ..l.1 ' .... . ...
..... ..w-.- w. ..... ,.,.. n ,.w.w . ...... ....... ..v, , Weil' IIUHI UI1U liWIUVBB nt " VIIJ. 1IIIU.
Sirs Cllc Davlcs Mrs. Henry Illck-I her a smllo of sunhlno that cxllcr- c)10ttjcr Tuesday evening at' their1
ncll, Miss Margaret E. Clark, Mlss'ntes every ono with whom she comes tui,ur,n l(,mo at Kohaln Onthlsoc-
Agnes Wlckstrum. This recital, glv-lit contact. It would bo unfair to thoso cnB(m MrHi carrlo Jacobs-ljond wns
en by tho Musical Clrclo of tho Kilo-'who anticipate being entertained u (ho guc8l of honor, Tho party mo
hann Art League, of which Mrs. Henry this, great play to glvo n snopsls of torC(, oul (o ,hs nltrnctu0 home, ar
tho story: sumco to say ino uiwu rlVng In time for supper. Tho guests
Lady" Is the ono play that enjoys the vcro 8elUC(j at a onR table, which
distinction of being the only drama nns bcdccke,t wth flowers. Later In
pnl frnm New York to I-onilon, wncro ,i, i . numiwp r Hi., onosto
It mado a phcnomlnel success, it is a cnJoV0(, brllg0. The ,mrty returned " ,' " J ",Q , """ -''"" "' "'""
play that appeals to tho mnssos ana n llutoIuobllM ,,10rtij heforo mid '"l" ,ml"N " Knp" ln "on,,r
Blckncll Is chairman, concludes tho
work for tho season, and tho plan has
been under Mrs. Blckncll's nblo lead
ership to mnko tho programs both In
teresting and Instructive, the educa
tional value being tho main tyinsldcrn
tlon. That Mrs, Blckncll has been
well rupportcd In hcr efforts Is most
evident from the co-operation nnd
kindly Interest of the best musical tal
ent In tho city.
Sulto for Piano Hugh Kelso
c Bouncing Bet. .
Mrs. W. D. Westcnelt.
1. "Thero 'Sits n Bird on Evory
Trco" , Arthur Kooto
2. "When Soul Is Joined to Boul '.
Mrs. It. II. A. Beach
Mrs. Bruce .McV. Mackall.
a Rcqutescat . Arthur Karwell
b "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter
AVInd",. Gerard Barton
n Constancy. ... Arthur Footo
b "Pence" ..fyl'"') Dilllnghnm Erear
(Cello obllgato by Dr. C. Humus.)
Mrs. Stephen Norton Bobo.
a In Dear Hawaii.
U The Shepherdess1. ,
r Play "Make-Belleve."
CompOfced and sung b) Mrs. Carrlo
n Tho Eden Hoso .... Arthur 'Footo
t Spring ...Margaret Itutlnen Lang
Mra. C. S. ,WcIght.
n I'm Woarln Awa' Arlliui Fwito
b Tho Years at tho Spring
Mrs. II II. A. Beach
a Ho Lovoly llono ....Artnur lrooio
b Dear Llttlo Iliilruto
Kdg.ir A. P. Newcouib
c Daiuui. d "Thou Art So Llko a
FJnwcr" . Georgo W, Cbudwlc'i
Mrs Alexander Lindsay, Jr.
After. Mrs. lK.Il. A. Bench
Mrs. Stephen Norton Bobo,
n Dear Lovo, When In Thlno
Arms .... Getrge W. Chalwkk
li Day la Gone
Tho MIsecs McClcllan rccehed nl
most an ovation when they left for
California Wednesday on the steamer
to tho steamer to decorate them with
flowers, and wish them bou oynge. It
Is to bo regretted that Ozncrnl and
Mrs. McClcllan have decided to m iko
California their future home. I,
Mr. and Mrs. Tenncy's Reception,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrd Tcnncy hnVo
Issued Invltntjons for n reception to
delights of Hawaii In
terms. Gov. nnd Mrs,
Kooscvcltlnn roses adorned tho labia, while candles
Frcnr wcro with yellow silk shades lent a soft and
has a most fasclnntlng nnd entertain-. n.M Th ,,., . ,,ii 1Pne,of Mrs. Cirrlo Jacobs Bond, who Is
. ... n -.. ...o" "-- "I .i.1. i .
Ing heart story, inc namo m i. ,)rghl moonllght. nnd as tho ronili,""-' """"" K"r01
Slnhl who created tho part of tho , .., milplr nln mu Inkpn'
Chorus Lady," Ib too well known by homewar(li
Stnhl, who created tho part or mo nrQ pcrfPCt a gl,n Was taken
"Chorus Lady," Ib too wen Known y homeward. Among
ino ineaire-goinR irauiiu " " "" i Cooner s gnestnwero
to need any comment here. This to
gether with tho fact that tills Is the
first time that this play has Aver been
produced by a stock company should
make It doubly Interesting to Honolu
lu theatre patrons.
Tho following Invitation has been
lLcelvcd: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ir
win Snaldtng request tho honor of
Dr. nnd Mrs. "r. ana Mrs. rteaeman's Dinner.
Mrs. Carrlei Dark red roses ornamented tho illn-
JncobsBond, Mr and Mrs. Edward , "r muio ni air. aim airs. u. ticuu
Tcnncy. Mrs. Hyde-8mlth of San I ran
Cisco, Mr. and Mm. Harold Dilling
ham. Dr. Clarke, Mr. M. F. Trosscr
and Mr. Anderson.
Uncle 8am Changes Plans.
A cable has been rcccled that
LIcutenaTit Powers, t). S M. C, for
merly stationed on the U. 8. S. Mary
jour presence at tho marriage of their mit has been ordered to Washington
daughter Allco to Mr. QoorgB 0106-10, c., for a yean Cnptaln Chandler
land Bowcn, united mates Aimi, "" campooll lias laKOflnis stauon on my
Wednesday evening. Juno mo ciguui,
one thousand nine hundred nnd ten
nt half after eight o'clock. St. An
.lrow'M Cathedral. Honolulu. T. II.
man, when they entertained Informal
ly nt dinner nt their Watklkl home.
Co era wcro Inld for1 eight, nnd tho
dinner was served on the beautiful
Innnl overlooking tho sea. Among
I hoso present were Mr, and Mrs. C.
Hedcman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Du Rot ,
Mr. and Mrs. Johu-Djer, Mr, Freder
ick Klamp nnd Mr. Schulti,
Mr. Gcrrlt Judd, with !i" br'.dc. Is
expected to arrle next month to spend
I . . . . .t ... I.. .!. ,.., 1.
IT H a MnrvTaud. L out. Powers a " r mreo niuiiuis in ino isihii.is
n.n.i i mi.. Rihni Mnnsnrrnt of. lltlng rclathcs Mr. Judd was mar-
..-." "' .... t... .. I
Society Is on the qui vivo for this ,,,! ,he first week of July, but ow., ".. ''c"n' ,"". r"u,"...,,ro.;"
. ... i.-l .il. ... i,Hmlnlit i.. i- ll.. .1 rnKl.r. Ml.. Xlrai.l I'ninillirai IHlclHMjr III Ulllliumunu,
I! V.. "r "'J rw " ;.J" r thtal '.S.'.. . :,"7, r . In ZZ,: Z ! In .ct they aro among tho loader, of
BUV1UUJ. I I1U wiui ow......w - -JBniim .M f wt.v.. w n
wedding will bo pink. Tho full de
tails can not ba given as tho arrange
ment will bo so unlquo that a pleasant
stirprlso Is tu store ,nr thoso who aro
Invited to ntteni. The decorations
will be In chnrgo of -a coterlo of Miss
Alice Bpuldlng's Intimate trlends, who"
hno expressed n dtslro to havo chargo
of tho decorating. Tho color schemo
rled In Apr1 1 to Miss Mnrgucrlle
rlt. They were to havo been rlr" ,n ADr'' "' nus wrsucnie
rled In St. Peter'a chupcl nt Man Koulko' n ''euutlful girl from Gorman
.i ii... a.., Mt r iiv ).,,. ,..town. Pcnn. Tho toulkes nro ery
D. C, where they will be quietly mar
Mrs, Walter Hoffmann's Luncheon.
Mrs. Putnam, neo Violet Damon,
and Miss Hazel Hoffmann will bo th"
complimented guejjts at a luncheon
which wlfl bo given today by Mrs. Wa
ter Hoffmann at her homo on the or-
will bo pink and tho oung coupla. nor of Victoria nnd Klnau streets. To
will be married by tho Impressive
Episcopalian marriage Burvlce. Lieu
tcnunt Bowcn has chomn his brothor
offlcera at Fort Shartir nnd Lcllohua
lo stand up with him and act ns ush
ers. Miss Spalding, how over, will
not havo tho conventional brides
maids Therein comes tho surprise.
and It will be n pretty one at that. A
morrow morning nr, and Mrs. nun
munn will motor to Hnlclwn. whera
tho latter will spend n week.
Mr. and Mrs. Holloway's Pol 8uppert
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnrl Holloway enter
tained nt a pol .supper Monda oven
tho smart set In that exclusive town.
Mr. Gerrlt Judd In business in
Florida. After tho wnddlng this hip
py couple went to WnHhlngton an 1
Ni w York and lslted a number of tho
Southern watering resorts. On their
trliuwrn they will visit tho Yellow
Stono Park unci Yoscmlto Valley, On
'their arrival in Honolulu they will bn
extensively entertained, as Mr. Judd
romes from n very promlnmt llono
lulu family, and hus legions of friend
lead) to welcome him and his wife.
M, T. ProHser eiltortalned the Doug
lis Itoblnson family during their Btay
In jiort by nn nuto trip ocr tho Pall
with n chicken lunch at lUlelwn and
Ing In honor of Miss and Mr. MIIIrR surf part) at Wnlklkl Mra llobln
of Oakland, Cnl. About thirty guest.', vn. though not resembling her ills
Margaret Butftvon Lung Ja rtCcptlon will not bo given at,' wire Invited. The dollclous edibles tlngmshed brother, Theodore Boose
nl H. VaillfriTill. I . . ' - . l i i.. it... .-.. ii ii.. I..... ... 1....1... 1..1-1.. i.n ii.A r...
Edward C. VaugtlTIu.
Longing (iv song of Hawaii Ncl)
tho hotiiio as was first planneii. iml wero served In tho true Hawaiian ve It, 111 looks certainly has tho fam
ulso Mr. Prosscr's guests during tho
Doctor nnd Mrs. Hobd) were host
nnd hostess Fildn) ccnlng nt nn en
Jo)ablo dinner, which was given at
their homo on Keentimoku street,
Co era were laid for eight. Tho lablo
was decorated with purple violets and
mildenhilr fern. After dlnrcr Dr. niul
Mr. Ilnbdy and their guests attended
the plaj nt the' Opera House
i On Monday afternoon Mrs Fnuik
P. Robards entertained Informally at
ten for Mrs. Gilbert Smith, who lx
on lur way to tho Philippines to Jolil
her husband, I.t. Smith of tliq 2nd
Cnvnlr). Thoso present bcsldcn lh9
guest of honor wcro Mrs. MnrU, Mrs,
Putnam. Mrs. Wnrd. Mrs. Hornberer.
Mrs. I.nne. Mrs. Sheady. Mrs. Wilcox,
Mrs. Itnmsoy, Mrs. Chaulkcr, Mrs.
Ixmg. Mrs. Winter and Mrs. Falls.
Mrs. B)ron Balrd arrhed today on
tho Maunakca, to lslt hcr sister nnd
urouier in-iaw, uimui nn .iirv. fw
bur of Fort Rugcr, Mr, nnd Mts.- By4
ron Balrd havo been reslglns fn, ua
for tho past few rars, ,Wrs. Balrd
was Miss Kathcrlno Wtddlfleld of this
city, nnd wns ono of tho tjcjlcs of .Ho4
nolulu. During bor visit horo shp will
bo the Incentive for much c,nternfn-
Miss Chrlstman. who has been ylslt
Ing Dr. and Mrs. James Julii of this
cltv for tho past weok, fefi. tin fho
Wllhelmlnn, Wednesday. Miss Clirlst-
man was cxtensUolr entertained. ilur
Ing hcr stay In the Islands. Bhq'waB
the mo'tlf of many social affairs In lrv
nolulu. Tills chnrming joung gin win
nut go direct to hcr home in Chicago,
but will visit friends In Portland, Ore
gon, and In northwost Washington.
Those who went down In tho coun
try on Sunday found Halolwa delight
ful nnd cool. Among thoso registered
woro Judge Beatty, Miss Grund), Dr.
and Mrs. Austin, Chas. T. Fltts, Mr.
und Mrs. Sam McKcagtie'and party,
Mr. and Mrs. Lulgl Dell Orto. Tho
WhltchauBor hud n largo motor party,
us did II. C. .Carter and A. Gnrtley.
Dr. Sinclair artd family also motored
Mr. Wales entertained at dinner,
complimentary to Miss Chrlstman,
Saturday ovcnlng at tho Pleasanton.
becoming glow over tho assembled
and Mrs. Cooke's Dinner,
(Words by E. 'A.
Hawaii NCI) .. I )ie MM ty wU( bo pn(nrlani!( fufhlon and tho Itlladcncd tablo wusly characteristic of enthusiasm, and Tho color scheme for (his beautifully
. l .Newconib) ' afterwards. Tho prospective brldo Is admired. Tho novelty of this feast, p-tpressed herself on tho beguile and arranged dinner was yellow. Yellow
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cooke enter
tained n dorcn of their friends nt
dinner Tuesday evening. Tho circular
table was ornamented with, Duchess . t
pink roses. After dinner tho entire
parly motored to tho thentef and en- "S
Jo)cd tho Shakespearian play, "Tho A.
Tnmlng of tho Shrew."
Tea. at Punnhou Cclloge.
Mhs Foster and Miss Arthur wlll
be tho hostesses at a tea this after
noon, This affairs 111 bo given for tho.
Senior girls nt Punahou, nt tho prcs
Idtnt's homo. Tho hours will bo from "
S to 0. ,
Mrs. E. Faxon Bishop was at Ha-,
Iclwn nn Saturday for a chicken lunch.
Her guests, wcro Madamo Frlque,
MrB. It. G. E. Forstor and Miss' Mc"
Int) re. Th party motored around the ?i-
Monday being a holiday mnny(
tnftnsiicoplo hno engaged rooms at
jfa)elwa for tho'weck, and thoro will
bo a dnnco Saturday ovcnlng, nnd n,
J.qly few days. In tho country Is antic-
trs. Kimball nnd Mis Helen Klin- mj
Ijali, mother and sister of Mr. Clifford,
Kimball, Iho manager of tho Halelwa f
Hotel, aro expected to arrive Monday .
on tho Bteamer Mongolia.
Tho Robert Ingles aro occup)lng
Iho Parker home In 'Mnrioa Valley.
Thoj will occupy this homo ffor six or
seen week's while their homo Is b3
Mrs. P. R. Brlnckerhoff. mother of
Dr. Brlckcrhott of this city, left Wed
nesilay. In company with her llttla
grandson, for tho mainland
Dr. Hand, the physlclal director of
tho Y. M. C. A., left Wednesday for tho
mainland, whero ho will spent a, won
nnvHn.1 iMllfl1 - f V t
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Sparkling, Sharp, RightFlavored.
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