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r . ,EVE!UNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It. SATURDAY. JULY 9, ISi 0 ' ' ' " ','13 1
Concert at. Judge Ballou't.
The social ovenl of next week, tho
musjcdlo a tlio beautiful homo of
JinlEOfl and Mm. Sydney Ilnllou on
Tuesday' evening. Ih bolng eagerly
looked forward lo. Tlio list of patron
esses Is Imposing, and Includes our
moUpromlnent leaders. A great many
tickets have been sold privately, and
a limited number liavo now been
placed on sale at Ilcrgstrom's, and
tickets can also bo obtained at tho
door, JUr. 8ydney" Hoben will con
tribute piano gems from the most In
teresting of llio great coniosor8, all
of which will bo' now to Honolulu.
Chopjh will bo represented By tho
lovely Etuic No. 7, Op. 25 (which tho
relish composer himself played con-
Rtantly In public), and tho posthumous
Nocfumo In E minor. In both of which
tho, left hand (In the uso of which Mr.
Hoben Is, particular. skllllul) has the
prominent pait. From Schuman the
soulful Romance In V sharp will bo
hoard. Lovor1) of Illzct's opera, "Car
men," will welcome the plalng of a
couplo. of tho alra tho foitune-telllug
scono and tho Gamins' Chorus ar
ranged by MK Hoben. Padarewski's
brilliant "Cracovlcnne Fantnstlqtie."
and a light, charming piece, "Mandolin
ntn." by tho great French composer.
Camtlle. Saint Saens will finish Mr.
Hobcn'x rhare of tho first part of tho
program. Thcro, will ba two vocal
numbers: "Mnry of Argyle," by the
late'y arrived young Irish tenor, Mr.
Vaughan. and "I Hid My I.ovo" (d'Har
delot), by Miss Phronl Dyko. Mrs.
Dallou will net as accompanist,
Tho second pitt of tho cancert will
bo n grnulno novelty to Honolulu, for
It will consist of Vocal excerpts from
Wagner's marvelous opera (or music-'
drama, an bo nlwnv rii',.,i n,nh
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wumi, laiiuiiauier. lo mane ming.-i
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ni-.ii ,u I. li iii-ur,riH dir. iiiini'ii will
glvo a short synopsis of the plot be-'0' nrvor fnlla ,0 n,tract ""cn nt,.en
forehand. To llu,n whn linvo oon tlon t social functions, ' Shn Is a
Tniuiliaucer" abioad It will bo re-
inembered that tho hero n mlimtrol
memucrei mat tlio nero, a minstrel
knight, tired or tho conventional test
of life stiends a vear In tho Mmintnln
of' Venus whoSeacJ"emems, lS
away from to return to ,he puio lovo ,
oi i i sa.ni.y uinbotii iMrs. Allen
wnuej, ino niece or tno l.nnilgrnuo or
Thurlngla. At tho Tournament of Song,
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nt tho castle, while nih..r iii..Birt'
sing of tho delights of purity an,i "a-vallan roynlly Princess lCilanlnna
spiritual hue. Tannhausor Mr.nIc WUH KI'm''"' Kahanu Knauwal,
Vaiiglmn) violently bursts Into pralsol ,lnl,,;,,"'r .r a ,m,lvo cnlef "r "10 '"
of Venus nn,! l.U lir.. In nniv B1,,i ' and of Mnul. Her maniagc to "Prlnco
by tho Intervention of Ellzaboth. He
goes to Rome to seek pardon from
the Popo, nnd finally dlcB repentant,
after tho heart-broken Elizabeth has
boon carried to her hlcr.
Tho music 1 3, of course, magnificent.
Naturally, It would bo Impassible to
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glvo more than a few selections from
such a work without tho asslstauc9 of
a large body of soloists and chorus.
Mr, Hoben has chosen tho Shophcrd's
Song (given In tho opera without ac
companlment) In tho first net, to bo
sung by Miss Phronl Dyke; the Hull
of Song aria and following duet for.
Elizabeth and Tannhauser, and the
popular "Star cf Evo" which Mr. Us
lx)i no will sing, In none of these will
the ab.icncc of an orchestra mutter.
Altogether tho concert piomlscs
quite unusual tnteiost. Mr. Sydney
Hoben has only been hero since Febru
ary, when ho arrived from Australia
eu i onto to London, and Ilka so many
of our rSBtdcuts who originally only
Intended a week or two's stay, mopped
on. Introduced on arrival to Hono
lulu society at n reception at Mrs.
Theodore Richards,' whore his playing
Instantly aroused enthusiasm, Mr. Ho
ben has had tho support of our Eoclal
lenders on all occasions. Ho gavo u
recital at tho Young Hotel somo weeks
after landing, nnd had a largo and
extremely fashionable audience. Mrs.
Walter Frcar hoaded a long list of
patronesses, the cremo do la cremo
of Honolulu socloty. Later ho gave
nn organ recital at the Central Union
Church, whero his skillful organ play
ing ennio sb a surprlso to those who
had recognized him only ns a piano
virtuoso: There, too, most of our best
known people could bo seen In th
Jlargo audience. When tho Central
Union Moii'b Loaguo gavo Its annual
dinner and concert a few weeks ngu
Mr. Hoben wns engaged. Ah well as
that ho lias Boodnnturedly played at
various comp'lmentnfy concerts, such
as that nt Kamchameha Clfapcl, Cen
tral Union social, etc., always with
As a Btudtnt In Germany,, where ho
studied under Carl Itelueclto nnd oth
er famous masters, at tho celebrated
Leipzig Couservatorluin, Mr. Hob3n
came in personal contact with Orelg,
Iluconl, Carreno, Kullak, Padnrewskl
etc. At tho Ilagreuth Festival ho met
tho Wagner family nt their homo,
"Wahnfrlod," nud they gavo him com-
pllmentnry tickets for "Parsifal" and schoolmate of the groom's mother.
"Tristan and Isolde," and Introduced After tho ceremony tho newly mar
him to various musicians there. Of tied couple nnd the guests enjoyed
course the Wagner operas are con- n daintily nppolntcd luncheon, Inter
stantly produced In Leipzig, where rupted by tlio pair stealing avy, much
they draw overwhelming audiences. l" Dio consternation of tho guests.
During tho yenrs ho spent In tho Sax- h thought tij speed them on their
on city Mr. Hoben became very fnmll- wy. Tho honeymoon will be spent
lar with all tho operas. tVmong the at Wnlahole, the summer homo of .Mr.
patronesses aro Princess Knwnnan.v Arthur Wall im the windward side
koa, Mrs. Corwln P. Ilees, Mrs. Ban- f "c Island. After the first of Hep
ford B. Dole, MrB. William Hlcharda lombcr the joung couplo will b at
Castde, Mrs. Sidney IJallou, Mrs. A. ll0,"e In "'e of the Federal Experiment
11. Judd, Mrs. Wnlbrldge, Mrs. Wll- Station bungalows on tho slopes of
Ham Whitney. Mrs, Marry I.nwls, Mm. Tantalus.
John Strayer Mcdrew. Mrs. Churlul
Uryanl Cot)per. Mrs. W, 1). Ilaldwln,
Mrs. Vos, Mrs. Frederick A. Schaefer.
Mrs- l-meat Watcrhoaso. Mrs. Wester
olt, Mrs. Enifst Hosi, Mrs. William
Montroso rirahnm, Mrs. I)u Itnl, Mrs.
J. .1. tinwlln5. Mrs. J. McCan Ileus.
ttr. Walter Hodman Mr). Ilalpti
Korster. Mrs. Jnck (Tilt. Mrs. Alex-
nnder Lindsay, Mrs. V. It. Way. .Mrs.
Allen Whlto. Mm. James Judd. Mrs.
A'oxnndor Hobcrtcou, Mrs. Oeorga
llodlek. Mrs. II. 0. Coleman, Mrs.
Theodore Ulchatils, Mrs. Newrombo,
Mrs. W. W. Low, Mrs. It. 8. Lewis
nnd Mrs. Walter Coombs.
Our Prlnceti In Washington.
The New York Sunday World pub
lishes, it photogrnph of Princess Ka
lanlanaolo nnd the followli.g from Its
WASHINGTON, Juno II. Ono of
tho most striking figures in Washing
ton official life is "Princess" Knlant
nnunlc, wife of the delegate from 111
Slneo-thM .election of -Prince
Cupid," as ho' li tirpiilnily known, to
Congicss, ten yuVs ago, ho and lil.i
wife havo CBtahllshcd a vpntutlon for
nospiiainy ami nae inaun u la-go
elretn of frlpMila 'Trliirpft" Knlnnt,
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anaole. to clvo her tin!' Hawnl nn (1.
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"" ?l "'"" womaniood
nn'' lf,-,8 sumptuously In the br -
"anl co,,or8 or wmen her countrymen
are B0 fo,lml- 8llc ,s unusually ta
" "rrlc. herself In the regal man
- J .uracterof l,r peo
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se W.hlnBlon social conditions.
Ilcforo mi- ni.nrr hian t thn ko nn of
i''oro ner marriage lo tlio Benin or
Cupid," Oct. 8. 1S9G, was tho occasion
of great rejoicing throui-.hout tho Isl
ands. Princess Kahinlnuaoto was edu
cated In English bChools and took n
finishing course In Fiance, Sho Is a
thorough llnguls,ntn urllst of no small
1,blI"y nmI a" especially fine muol
rlnn RIim liio luffi Ltrin1v tiietni
mental In creating
a vogue for Ha
The unlive ln-.tmment of Hawaii, a
variety of guitar which lends Itsolf
uu.uiy iu ixuiiaKa iuik music, is iru-
lo Kanaka folk music.
fluently heard In tho drawing room
of the Ono . resd.lenco lii Massachu
setts avenue maintained by tho Ku
lanlanaoles. Former Queen Lllluoka
laul nf Hawaii, tho aunt of Prince
Cupid, Is n much feted guest when sho
conies to visit her young relatives.
Princess Kalanlanaolo has a flno
collection of native Jewelry and cu-
rloa. Among them Is the war helmet
of tho national hero, Kamehamchn I.
Somo blts'of pottery which bIio pod-
sesses nro of untold antiquity and are
mgny vamea y collectors. ino
"holoku," the native dress of tho Ha
wallau women, Is shown In great
variety In a collection made by Prin
cess Kalanlanaolo. Tho garment Is
u sort of sublimated mothor-hubbard
and Is often made of costly fabrics
nnd even orpamentej by precious
Btones. The"fPrlncosB- possesses, by
tho way, somo of the fliiost Jewelry In
On tho spacious lanul of Kawalalioa
Seminary on Thursday, July 7, 1910,
tho wedding of Mlsa Jessie 8. Mc
Cormlck to Mr. Chester J, Hunn was
solemnized by the Rev. A. A, Eber-
solo. Tho central stalrcaso bofoni'
which tho contracting parties stood
was a massive- bank or palms and.
ferns, forming a pretty hackgrouu I '
for tho ceremonies. Tho two-ring
Episcopal sorvlco was used, both tho
bildc and grcom being unattended.
The bridal gown was a creation In'
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viuiu naiiiiiiiu iivui i iiuiinviiiLiiviiu,
with hand embroidered panels, Thu
In Ido wore a largo picture hat of
whlto tucked net and tulle, and car
ried a bouquet of bride's roses.
Since tho patents wero uuablo to bo
ptesent, tho wedding was very pil
vato, the bride being jslven away by
Mr. Francis Damon. Thn wcMdlng
inaicli was played by Mrs, Agnes JuJJ,
Te I'rldo was graduated 'rot" the
Unlvi'islly of California with tin- class
of 1008 utid In the samo year the
groun tc-celvcd his degree at Cornell
Ulihisrslty Mlts McCormlck has been
tho popular teacher of music and llttr-
nlro at Kawilahao Seminary for tliol
rist two years nnd van recently elect-1
"' icciotnry of tho College of Oahu
Mr. Ilium li assistant liorticultittlfct at
-io rciioiui I'.xpoiimcnt Htntlon. Is a
member of the board of directors of
tl.o Y. M. C. A., nnd, als.i an active
member of the Cornell Club.
Vis Campbe I Enteitalned. i
I Silts Ilcutrko Campbell was the
motif for a luncheon which was given i
at Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Chilling !
worths attractive, rcshj ncii on Young
st.cet. Mrs. Chill, ngworth'h Bister, j
Miss Amy Stiutcnicyor, ptcsldcd as'
J0,,esB on this occasion. Tho nowor
uoutAi'u iiiuiu iti .nartfueriits ciuuii i
foith exclamations of admiration as
tho young people wore retted. It wnj
A- for Mrs. Chl.llngworth Is
mi unisi in iiecnrniuig me oval
tablo was coveted with a heavy
dnmiiBk c'olh which could not bo dis
cerned the dainty white daisies and
maidenhair fern being bo artistically
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from the chandelier over tho center
of tho tablo was a fancy wlc'.ior bits-
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largo silver bowl filled with the samo
. nowors Tim nlaco cards
vatlLl noors. uio piaco cards
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ni.-i. nil, -I, will, .,, i, , iriia-r, , hh itirnriiv
b18kcts ornamented with natural
daisies and tied with white ribbon
Sk "hwe waTrt round th UT
'""nh inoio scaitu nrounu tnis OX-
qulslto table were Miss Amy Strato-
meyer. Miss Rcatrlco Campbell, Miss
Sybil Winter, MIbs draco Robertson,
Miss Etta Murray, Miss Henrietta
Smith, Miss Lillian Robertson.
Mrs. Ballentyns't Bridge Party,
Ooldcn shower was used In great
profusion by Mrs, Clinton 0. Ration
tyne when sho entertained Friday af
ternoon at cirds In honor of Mrs. and
Miss Gray of Los Angeles. Mrs. Gray!
and Miss Gray are tho wife, and daugh-1
tnr nf Jnilfrn flr.iv. tttilifn nt thn flu. I
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nri-tnn Pnil.t nf thn Rnlltlmrn illdlrlM
uf California Mrs. Oray and her
UttllBhter havo apartments nt the Mo-
nna ii,,..,. Ti... wMi fnp AllH.
tralla the last of July, Among the
number of women Invited to meet
these chanplng' ladles wcro Mrs. Har
ry Lewis, Mrs, Arthur Marlx, Mrs.
Alan Kottomley, Miss Illalr, Miss Kath
crlno Stephens, Miss Lucas, Mrs. Lano
(WIT,, nf Ilr. f.nnn. nt tlin Mnvvl. Mm
j.-.1iPiit n,n Mm n,.riii,pr..pr n
s A UI1(, otllt!la, ,.rlu.g conaiHtlnK
of ,iam, cmbroldtred center pieces
wure nwnr,,e,i at each tablo. Tho
,,,,,, wcro nrrnKe, qn ,lu larg0
lnlljlg overlooking tho sen. Tho vcr-
aml!ls wero decoratcd with nalms.
Australian maidenhair fern and bas
kets of luxuriant lualnjenhalr fern.
Mrs, Walter Coombs entertained do-
llghtfully nt luncheon last Wednesday,
This affair was a pro nuptial ono, tho
engagement being announced of Miss
Gcnovlova Lnngton to Mr. Charles
Rennett. Tilts luchoon, while a small
affair, was one of tho prettiest enter
tainments that has even been given
In Honolulu. Pluk and whlto was
choson aa the color schomo. these two
A 5'kin ot Beauiy is a Jay Forevei
PD. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD S ORIENTAL
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FmrTtt AJ. XlnviM,
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nil tatMtr mii4iU
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ltyniiii1ii rVHin u b Uul Imrmful l 4i L
Okil UvUliloil Ufcll(:asuist)ii0 wJ tLnn,
'IKJ.T.IlOPliHifiii. VlhjALmlM Mr
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colors being favorites of tho guest of
hunor. Luncheon was served nt half
after one, only the Intlmato friends of
Miss l.nngtnu being lutltcl. The tn
i;a(;(;inent was amount i-d in a novel
manner. An oM-tlino German rustoni
.inn used, that of tying n hunch of
flowers to the chair which the bride
to-bo was lo occuiiy, with her flanco's
I hotornph attached. The coy cir
cular tnblo was cove: el with tiny pink
hearts. In the center was placed a
wicker haska fl.leil w,th delicate pink
carnations nnd fringe I with nuldrn
hnlr fern. The loop handlo was tied
with pink nn-l white tulle. Thu place
cards carried out the lirenuptl.il Idea
All the elllilrn wcro pink and while
and tho salads und Icea were served
hcart-shapo. Mlns Lnugton's chair
was nitlstlcally (ieenrated with pale
pink Cecil "Ilrunner" rozcsT with Mr
Rennftt's picture attached with
streamers of pink nud white tulle
Many good wlnhes were Hhowerrd o.t
the prosilecttvo bride, and great In
terest wns shown when listening to
her plans for tho future. Mr. Dennett
arrived from tho Orient on tho Ash.
Full plans for the podding .havo not
been made. The friends of Miss Lang
ton arc In hope.? that she will, decide
to hnvo n largo church wedding. Af
ter tho murrlago the young couplo "111
winter In Roston, Mass. Among Mrs.
Coombs' guests were Miss Lnngtnn,
MIbs Sara Lucas, Miss Helen North.
MIxh Hattie Lucas and Miss Alice
The Princess Kawananakoa wns en
tertained at an exquisitely appointed
dltincr on Monday "ovonlng. Th!
function was given In tho private din
ing room nt tho Pleaianton. A center
Hawaiian Soda Works
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piece of carnations was used, tall sli
ver cnndlcctlcks with red shades wero
uitlrtlcnlly placed In n elide around
the table while strands of sinllax
wt'io nrranged In nu'lrrogul.ir dc Itii.
winding In and out nt the biso of the
cfndlnstlcks. Red carnillon M were
found nt each platn and worn by the
guests during tho d'nner". 11 in' pilnt
od plare cirdn wers nttltcl.cd to kii-'i
lei. After dinner tho entt.a tin y mi
, tnrcd lo Watklkl, to Mr. Jlmmlo Mc
CuIic'h place, nnd Joined tho Die er
o:i party Ttn?o In this party w e
PrlnecsH Kawniinkoa. Dr. nnd Mn
I'hlllp, Frihi MNh Mary Ivow. Dr. ami
Mm. iliiluly. C.i:tnlti Foster un 1 Dr.
Cr. onH Mn Judd't Cl.incr,
At a lKi'idsmnoly appo.ulal dinner
Dr. nnd Mrs. Judd presided nn host
niul hoftoss. This nffalr was glvtn at
tho Juddn' Snlss Chalet. Mr. mid
Mrs. Gerrlt Judil ueru the compliment
ed guei-ts on this ocr.isloti. Dr. nn 1
Mrs. Judd ntc noted for their hos
pltallty, and' Friday's dinner proved
extrsmely enjoyable. Golden shower
wns used In groat profusion In. the
different rooms of this attractive
homo. Yellow was the color scheme
chosen for tho dinner, llundsomu
candelabra with fluffy yellow silk
fchndes lent an added charm to tho
table appointments. Among JJr. and
lr, Jinlds guests -worn Mr. and Mrs.
Gerrlt Judd, Miss vnnlo Graham, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Dillingham nnd Mr.
Lieutenant Lauren Willis of tho U.
H. Mnrlno Corps made n capital host
at n stag dinner hlch"was given nt
tho Plcasanton, where ho Is residing.
The most delicious beverage on the
market. Try a few bottles at home.
We also put up the best Ginger Ale,
Lemon nd Cream Soda, Root Beer,
Sarsaparilla, Iron Brew, etc.
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The nlralr was glvtn In tho private
dining loom Wednesday utcnlng The
table (ii deenrattd throughout In
srni I t The cunlur pkco wal of rod
I carnalloim and mihlenhalr fern. Frag
rant lelH tiiiilo of the Himo llowers
were fniind nt e-i(h plare. During the
dinner Lieutenant Willis announced
hi oiigiig'iiipr't lo MIbi Allen Hwdden
of Denver. Coin., and received tl
ron;ratulatlon-i tf thorn iirexonL Cov
ers were laid for eight. After dlnrtfr
the ntlro party went inntorlnK"
-i"ni fiostf iireienrwero Lieutenant
Wl.lla. Mr. Irwin, Mr. Klrkpatrlck.
i eri ,-o rie Mr. Hairy Cobb Mr
Cov a.i M: II own a-ld Mr O Doll.
I Kalikiiti. the lit I la sou of the
Prlurein Kawnnnijaitn. with Ills
grandfather. Colonel Ham Parker, will
nrrho on tho Manchuria. Ifiiliikui
will upend Ihr rummer w llli his unc,lo.
Pi luce Kilinlimo'o. TJici Prttfras
will not return to the nnln land. o.V the
-Sierra hh was her first Intention, but
will remain In tho lilinds until An'-'
glut 7lh. On her arrival In San Fran
cisco she will proceed directly to New
York, where hi will H(ieiid the fall
months, and may possibly winter In
Europe. . , .
Mr.-Jim MtCiindlcMt, who met wf.tli
a painful automobile 'accident- on, Ha
waii some week ago,, Is convalescing
nt tho Young Hotel. Mr.- McCandlrss
has had numerous itsltnrs. trying-to
help him while away tho-tedlous hours
nt Invalidism, nnd has- hern the-reclpl
cut of many flowers; which hejp,t,n;
brighten tho sick room.
Mrs. Frederick Itamscy. wife hf'fiip'
tain Ramsey, was tho bnKi'sif at a de
lightfully appointed luncheon Friday.
I ho affair was given In honor of Mrs.
Van Every and her niece. Miss Catcs,
Thu latter is the daughter of n re
tired, Army officer. This luncheon
was ono of the moat delightful affairs
of thu wuek ns whenever Mrs. ltam
ney fjnlortalns tunno, nmely In IntrodiiC:
cil, which Is keenly enjoyed by her
Client, and Friday's entertainment
'was Ho exception to the rule. The nf
Mir Whs n hrldgo whist luncheon, and
tho decorations wer,, carried out on
ffc'M"! nn, and wero extremely beau-
'r. T luv Hoben. tho noted pi
nnUvV.HI sail for Hllo on JulylStli.
Mr.- Ildbtii will visit the Volcano. On,
his return he will glvo several con
rci'tH III Hllo, n great desire having
.been nxprcssed by the eople on 11a-
f. wall. Jo, hear tjlH gifted man. Mr.
. ilobeii has pNii reuseiited to give a
i wiicert on .Cm I on his way back to
Ciir-tnln and Mrs. Zanders havo been
I tho motif for much entertaining dur-
png their sojourn In Honolulu In fact.-
I in social lire neenmo so stronuousK
lllllf Mm K.nnitpra lino lippn npmllnirT.
th p'.lst week nt Mt. Tantalus as tho
giivHt, of Mrs. George Rodlo'a. Captain
Candors Is In command of tho llelglnn.,
Mrs, Ryron K. Ilalrd, who has been
visiting nt Fort linger with her sister.
Mm. Wilbur, wife of Captain Wilbur,
U. H. A., will return to her homo on
Iluwnll next Tuesday. Mrs. Ilalrd has '
been the Inenitho for much soclnl on
tertnltimcut during her IkU in Un-
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