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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 18, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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II o SOCIETY CHATTER : HOME -TALK y
NE of tho most ejaboratc and
beautiful of tho early summer
social ocnts was the Harden
party which was rUoii Thurs
day atmoon from 4 to I! by
pirs. Thomas Janus KIiik iiikI .Mrs.
Clifton! Klmlntl. This function was
Riven In honor of Mrs Ooorse C. Klm
(ball and Miss Helen Kimball. Tlil-
functlon took plncc. In tho spacious
grounds surrouuiJkiK the King home
In Pllkol street and was tho means of
calling together a largo aKKregitlon
of tho mjTt set The day was Ideal
for an outdoor entertainment; tho re
ceiving party stood under stately
, palms, and the two hostesses extend
ed a cordial wrfcomA to all of their
guests. Refreshments were seru'd
out of doors. Amidst a bower of
greenery Mrs. Andrew roller and
'Mrs. J. S. Walker poured coiuo and
tea. Tho long table, at which these
beverages wore sorted was elaborate
ly decorated wllh the Cassln Nodosa.
There blossoms rpscmblo tho apple
blossoms somewhat In appearance,
and ore equally as fragrant. Thu
punch table was also decorated with
this flower. The decoration were so
artistic and bciihijful Ihrft Ihey call
ed forth admiration from tho numcr
ous guests. On this occeslon manJiMrs. Cation nnd, girls, Mrs. Chris
beautiful gowns wore noticed, and the) Wall Mrs. I-owrey, Mrs. I.nne, Mrs,
pretty women In their summer foul- Tonnoy, Mrs, Marlx, Mrs. Stacknblu,
arils, flowered chllTons nnd dainty Mrs. Oeo Herbert, Mrs. Howatt, Iloslo
lingerie frocks surmounted with pie Herbert!, Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mm Wall,
tore bnls and eirrylng fluffy parasols; Hr, Mrs. Hendry, Mrs Hobert t.eweis
piesenttd n dainty picture ns they Mrs1. 1'ieil Smith, Mrs. Kopkc Miss
wondered In tills beautiful gnrdui KopKe, Mrs. (liosiiiiiii, Mrs. Wallet
Among tho guests present were Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Miss. Mrs. Klclulm, Mrs.
Francis Day, Miss Irwin, M llnnny WM. Wilder, Mrs. IM. Paris, Mrs. J,
Scott, Mrs. II. Lewis Mouna, Mrs. O. Mi Monsuiriilt, Mrs Ilalktityne, Mrs
Church, Mrs. Arthur Urown, Mrs. Ar-. Scmldor, Mrs. W. M. Onilinm, Miss J,
tluir Wilder, Mrs. Illackman, Miss '11. I.sntier Mrs ltnwmmd, Miss Violet
Holdsworth, Mrs. llojal Meid, Mrs Mdku, Mrs J A Campbell, Mrs IMw,
Moore, Miss Winston, Mrs. Wlddj j Dd,VM. Mrs. II. II irrlson, Mrs, "S S
field, Mrs. Wilbur, Mrs. IJ. Dnlrd, M.hjI ltuherlfcin. Miss Gruce llobcrtson,
Weston, Mrs. Knunlo lllckcrton, Mrs." Mrs. Usborne, Mrs O A. Stcvnis,
Young. Miss Young, MrH. Hrod Mac- Mis. Super, Miss Joslo Super, Mrs.
farlanc. Miss Alice Macfurlanu, Mrs. HnrAIil Ulffnrd, Mrs. Hoper, Mrs
Henry Mncfarlano. Miss Macfnrlauei Wells Peterson Mrs. Hobdy, Mrs.
Mrs. Cnpt. Day. Mrs. Cnpt. WnlcMt,' M Phillips .Mrs. Lansing, Mrs Percy
Mrs. Mary Ounn, Mrs. Alice Urown
Mrs. Kangle, Mrs. Weaer, Miss Arm
strong, Mrs. Ilodoolt, Mrs. J I
Walker, Mrs Italp'h Forstcr, Madam
Frlque, Miss (Iras, Mrs. Archlo
Young. Miss Kulumann Ward, Miss
Annlo I.uc) Ward. Mrs. Wodehouso
Mrs. Wnlbrldge. Miss Pork. Miss Ah
nte Hustacc, Miss Agnes Mclntyre,
Mrs. W, It. Castle, Miss Castle, Mrs.
ainln, Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs, McDrow,
The Doctor Says
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GOOD. FOR-THB. APPETITE . .,
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A Sparkling Tehiperan'ce', Drintf.haVltti; the' toiiio prop
erties of Gentian,1 Calamus' 'and 'Augustura,'1' '' '"
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Its daily use ivjll heneflt'the'entire digestive tract. The
flavor is odd, but agreeable. ! Yon will learn to 'like it.
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Hcnsort, Henrietta Itoss, Lena Drown
Alice Drown. Mrs Fuller, Mrs. Molt'
Smith, Ilolln Jones, Kato Weight, Mrs,
Cllve'Ilavlcs, Mrs. II. U Jordan, Mrs.
K. W, Jordan Mrs. Lees, Mrs. Walker
and Misses Wnlker, Mrs. Wnldron,
Mrs. Hi son Hlsliop, Mrs and Mlsa
Helen Alexander, Mrs, Schaefcr, Mrs.
Hodlek, Mrs. Wm. Castle, Mrs. Hlch
ard Cooko. Mrs, Llzzlo Watcrhouso
nnd girls, Mrs. Trod Wnterhousc, Mrs.
Geo Watefhoure, .Mrs. Albert Water
house, Mrs. Kinot Wntcrhousa MIsU
Plndao. Miss Uurbank, Alice Sopcr,
Mrs, High, Mrs. Du Itol, Mrs. Onlt,
Miss, Carrol, Mrs. James Judd, Mrs.
Ilallou, Miss Hartwell, Mrs P. Young,
Miss Hempstead Mrs. Lett Wight,
Miss 'Ada Ilhodcs, Mrs. Chapman,
Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mrs. S. M. Damon.
Miss May Damon, Mrs. Judd Sr., Mrs.
P. Oi Jones, Misses Carter, Miss I.add,
Mrs. Dabbttt. Mrs. Wm. Low, Mrs.
Parmaleo, Miss Mclnjtre. Mrs Oeo.
Potter, Mrs. M. Falls. Mrs. C. IJ
Cooper, Lady Heron, Mrs Stanley,
Mi-s. A, Hannebcrg, Mrs. Itcstarlck.
Miss Itestarlck, Mrs Ilcnjcs. Mrs.
Coney1, Mrs. 8. II. Dole, Mrs Dunning.
I Mrs. Chapmnn, Mrs. Oortrudo Damon,
Mrs.' Frank Damon, Miss Damon, Mrs.
J. M. Dowsett, Mrs. K. J. Spalding.
Mlssos Spalding, Mrs. Oarrctt, Mrs.
Ivors', Mrs. Uees, Mrs. L. Watson
Miss nlirhorn, Mlrs Erdnnn, Mrs.
Philip Fienr, Mrs II. W. Mist, Miss
, IMItli Mist, Mis. Jamison, Mrs. Alex.
Llndxiv, Mrs. dins.. Forater,( Mrs.
THitlohiley,'1 Mrs. Oartloy, Mrs.' Abe
I-owls Jr.. Mrs Arthur IJorg. Mrs.
tlerplco Hoss, Mrs. W. A. Klnnoy, and
Exhibition of Fancy Dancing.
Tho mere announcement that Mrs
Mary Tlifnn's dancing pupils wll give
an exhibition of fancy dancing Is nuf
lick nl to meet thu fartherest ends of
publicity Anvthlng that Mrs Ounn
underlakis Ih a sure ss, sho torn
iiiandn ihu nre ficully of satisfying
Ihe tasto of tho most captious and
crltlcil of nu llences. Wlion former
enhlbltlons ha! bicn gltu, wblih, to
mi' mind am not frequent enough,
etowded houses Imo been the result
of the gifted woman's efforts, nnd Mrs.
(iimn has not only won thu apprecia
tion, but these largo audiences hno
In en simply curled away with entlius
lasm out these high class entertain
mollis. Last week ho announcement
was mudo that Friday would bo the
evening of tho entertainment, but ow
lng to so many other things having
been scheduled the pcrformanco was
postponed until Tuesday oonlng. Juno
21st. This entertainment will bo giv
en nt tho Young Hotel, and will com
menco nt 7:30 p m. The way tho
tickets nro selling a largo audience
will bo present to w lino's tho follow
ing well arranged program: Tho first
number will be "Hon Do You Do." an
American folk danco that Is creating
such a sensation In the l?ast; tho sec
ond number, "Dolf Dance," by llttlo
Ilcatrtco Lucas. This will hh tho first
appearance of this dainty and pretty
child. Ileal Spanish girls will danco
and bIus In tho Spanish Drill. These
girls sing nnd danco remarkably well
and nre sure to add greatly to the
evening's cntertalpment. LlltloMlss
Margaret Thrum, who Is noted for her
lvaclty and" giace, will represent
Spring In thu fourth number. Tho
Japancsa love song will bo especially
beautiful, nnd thu costumes will bo
gorgious affairs. Six joung girls
dressed In tho colors of tho rainbow
will danco ' tenrf danco. Miss He'en
Center will -rdniiLc an old fathloiied
clog. Miss CenRr Is tho personifica
tion of graqe, ami It Is not necessary
to comment, upon her dancing, for sho
Is suro to make ono of tho hits of tho
evening The 'ituselan Salon Danco
will be well htnged nnd danced In na
tional costliirVc?. Number nlno will bo
Cupid's Torelihone." il'duct. from tho
opera of HnVanai Miss Hazel 'Duck-
land will opppie In mi Indian dance.
Sho puts llr) nnd spirit In this dance,
and eic.lls U this number, Miss
IMItli Milling will dance llenita
Cnprlrc. and Is being well drilled In
this difficult dance. TliO Ilrltlnh Hjis.
sar by Miss Hcnrlo Smith, wjll bg on'of
of the attractions of tho ovwilng. Tlio1
Hose Dtlll will lid one ot'tho most
beiiitlful niimberH (In tho program anil
will bo dinred by twelve fhllllretl,,
The drill will bo In pantomime, and
the children will wear different col
oicd wrc lilies of pink, yellow, red and
w htte. Jalro I'.sp ijjnol will bo ilanccc!
by Miss Margaret Center. Iter Inter
prrtntlon of Spanish dances Is won
derful, nnd she Is thn embodiment of
ginco and motion. Tho Mosquito Pa
rade, hv Alma Ferguson, will bo an
other of tho hits of the evening. Mas
ter Jack Walker nnd Master Clarence
Mil I ray will bo dressed ns Cupids,
and will net as masters of ceremony.
They will nunoiinco tho dances and
will take the placo of ribbon bearers.
After this exhibition Is ovir, the nu
dtenca will adjourn to the makal bill
room, where a Hawaiian orchestra
will provldo music, nnd an Impromptu
danco will tako place, consisting of
two steps and waltzes. Tho dollar ad
mission for tho exhibition will aleo
entitle ono to danco during the even
ing Society Is on tho qui vlvp for this
entertainment and It Is suro to bn
one of tho ccnts nt the social world.
A Midsummer .Night's Drrnm.
Ono of tho most beautiful amnteur
performances that hns ocr taken
placo In Honolulu was given on Juno
14th by tho pupils of Mrs. Henry's
prhnte and select school. Thero aro
thirty children belonging to this
school, and tho children nnd parents
feel grateful to Mrs. Henry for tho
tlmo she spent In drilling nnd couch
ing these children In their dtfllcult
parts. The acting wiys splendid and
tho costumes bountiful. One colli 1
hardly bclleo Unit all tho partici
pants were under fifteen. The en
tertainment was nn out-of-doors af
fair, glen In tho school grounds. Tho
stage was arranged under .1 largo
spreading ulgerobu tree, and wai m
n Rcml-clrcla with electric lights nr
ranged In the ground -with a breast
work of earth, giving the destrod of-',
feet of footlights The largo nlge?'
roba trio waa festooned wlih vines
nnd hung with white, rosea vhlto nnd
green being tho school colore and
produced the effect of climbing roses
and tropical vines, growing on the
tree. It could be well called A .Mid
summer Night's Dream, for tho dero
rntlons and settlmr wnrn mi tmititlftil
that the Illusion yns perfect ,md ono.
Athenian garden. Donald Lunlg took
the part of Theseus, tho Duke of Ath
ens, nnd sustained tho character to
perfection. His Greek robo of whlto
nnd gold suited him nnd his Hearing
and speech, combined with great dig
nity, was such that ho appeared Ilka
a real Duke. Ills Queen, 'lapoly'u,
wub tho personification of hiMflty.
This part was taken by MI33 Mimlo
Shrnder. Sho was clad In n (licemn
coatumo of green and gold. Their at
tendants and courtiers were clad In
cream nnd gold, and the combination
of numerous artificial lights ma lo a
beautiful stage effect Master, Ver
non Tenncy as Demotrlus, plujed tils
pnrt remarkably wol), and tho li'r
like portrayal was noti'el by tho
audience, cery expression nnd ges
ture was fitted to tho .iirt. Ho W(ro
a handsome costumo of blue and sil
ver. Llttlo Miss Ulleen Dowsett, ns
Obcron, King of tho Fairies, did some
good acting, and was laultlcss In her
lines. Shekwas a picture In bluo nnd
silt or, with tllver wings, and n sil
ver crown on her blonde hair. Dot
ton, tho weaver, made ono of the
hits of the evening. This was a dif
ficult part, and was well acted by
Master Max Bolter. Tho acting of
Quince, the carrenter, and Flute, a
bellows mender, by Kdson Hutchin
son and Madeline Ilurnette, wera in
imitable, and kept themudtence con
uUed with laughter. Llewsllyn
Dowsett, as Agcus, mado n stately
father for Ilcrmla. Miss Dertha Lanz,
as Helena, played the part well and
looked charming In hor costume of
Idnk with a Grecian tunic of grey.
Fred Schaefcr Is n bright and clevor
actor and pluyed the part of Lysand
or. Llttlo Miss Kmeleon Magoon took
the part of Hcrmla, and by her ver
satile nctlng made the character very
Ufa like, her costume of red chiffon,
with n Grecian border of gold, was
extremely becoming. Groclan bands
were nlso worn In tho hair. Master
Frank Richardson took tho part of
Puck, notwithstanding an accident
that made him' lanje, he sustained his
Mart remarkably well and deserves
great credit for'acllng under such clr
cumstaueTis. Thta sccno In which Tl
tnnla, tho Qu?cnlbf the Fairies, goes
to slobp In aVtv'ood nenr Athens, wns
especially Veautlful. Musicians led
by Miss Violet Mnkcc, wore concealed
behind the scenes nnd sang "The Ldl
laby," The'tfafrjci, clad in colors of
pink, bW.'whlWind mame, with
spangled wlndsTl'ero perched In tho
trees and sang their Queen to sleep.
Miss Alice Hendry, took, tho part of
Tltanla nnd played It ojctrpmely well.
She looked very pretty In her corn
colored silk gauze, wltn eVc'led trim
ming. A crown' of natural 'pansles
was worn lrt the hair. The minor
parts weret taken by children not over
five years old! they deserve special
mention, for their polsd and self pos
session and In their dainty' costumes
added greatly to the stage effect. This
entertainment was strictly' an Invi
tational affair. Tlio 'audience was so
cnthulastlc over tlib performance that
several requests Were made that It
should be repeated tor charity, wltlr
an admission fee. Owing to tho de
parture of several of the children for
the mainland, this could not be done.
Ilut It is to bo' hoped that the cos
tumes will be preserved arid tho play
can be repeated some tlmo In tho
Mrs. F. R. Day and Miss Irwin Day
have cards out for an at home, Sat
urday afternoon from four to six.
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