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Mrs. Ingalls' Recital.
Tlio vlilla rocltiil given by Mrs.
Artlmr lliinlctto Insnlls last Tuoa
ilay cvonlng In tlio Hawaiian Opora
House, nfslsted )iy Mrs. Illlcy llnrrls
Allen, soprano, nnd Mlsi FJbo Werth-!
mullor, no ompnnlst, tnkos rank ns
one of tlio musical ns well ns one of,
the bopI.iI events of tlio eenwm. Mu
sically, It served to bring ngnln Ijo.
fnro tlie juilillc uuilciuljtcilly olio of
tlio most ncompllshcil violinists Hint !
linii over playod licio, anil socially, It
iiiennt-tho gathering of a largo num
ber of tlio smart sot who uro Intcr
'j cited in musical events. '
To tlio muele-lovcr, the program
was nil that had been promised. Mrs.
lngnlls returned from her studies
.j nbroad with her technique polished,
Iffono may use tlio expression, and
an evident broadening In her pow
ers. Sho has gnlneJ n gre.it deal In
' the few iiioutbs nbroad, without los
. Ing any c,y her own originality or
Her program was varied nnd strllt-'
Ing, serving well to bring out this
.artist's choice of medium for ex
pression, and apparently her tastes
,nre ns versatile as those of her mull-'
MIfb Worthmuller was given n dlt
Jflcutt tnek In nc'OnipnnjIng not only
the vrtlln numbers but the vocal num
i hers as well, nnd the ronstant suc
1 cession of there, including n largo
, number of en'ores was trying. Her
jperformanco was vory ere'lltnblo and
'toward the end, overcoming n slight
' nervousness. It was particularly
. Mrs. niloy Harris Allen mado her
:debut (beforo a Honolulu nudlcncu of
muslc-lovlnc people. Mrs. Allen's
singing was n nrtelntlon nnd a music
al trent rarely afforded the public of
Honolulu. Sho not only possesses n'
superb voice, but Is n handsome wom
an, as well. In her stunning toilette'
of lavender sntln with an oer-dress
of white chiffon henvlly spangled with
silver, sho presented n picture of love
liness nnd beauty, for this costumo
was extremely becoming to her,
typo of bcautv. The numbors I
In which Mrs. Allen nppcared on tlio
program furnished nn occasion for tlio ,
display of tho remnrknblo flexibility,
power and sweetness of her voice.)
This tnlenled artist graciously re
sponded to numerous encores. Tho
two encores, "Tho Lass With tho Del-I
Icato Air" (Thomas Arno) nnd "Day
Is Gone" (I.ang), seemed to bo spe
cial fmorltes, for tho gifted artist was
called and recalled by tho enthusias
tic audience. Tho last number sho
sang was Mozart's "Aria" from "Ma
gic Flute." The rendering of this dif
ficult song was done In n finished and
mastorly manner, for there was no
straining for tho higher notes, not
eyen n lifting or her pretty, slender
shoulders, but with tho corlnluty of a
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bird (bo notes came clear, Ibrant nnd
true. At tho Conclusion of tho pleco
the nudlcncu imt entranced, nnd al
most forgot to applaud, but on return
ing to this "enrthly piano" they were
toclfcroiiR In their applause, and or
dered another recall or thin young
songster. It Is to be hoped that Mrs.
Itllcy Harris Allen will bo beard again
In tho near future.
Punahou Students Entertain,
Snturday evening tho students of
I'uiinhou College gavo n delightful en
tcitnltuncnt nt the Outrigger .Club.
Tho pretty rlub-housu was attractively
decorated for tho occasion nnd Knal's
Quintet furnished tho music. Among
those present wore: Misses lletb
Woods, Alien Ilond, Doris Taylor, Snr
ab I, liens, Untile I.ucas, Calllo Lucas,
Laura Atherton, Wtlhelmlun Tonney,
Itulli McCJhcsney. Mnrlba McChesney,
Ktl.el McKcnzIo, Until Itlchards, Itutli
Anderson, Itutli Sopor, Itnslo Herbert,
Fanny Hoogs, Muriel Hind, Uvn Mc
Corrlston, Ccrtrudo McCorrlston, Mar
Jorlo Freetb, Mnrjotlo Chapln, Marlon
Clinplu, Misses Cnuslus, Hay Hell,
Helen Spalding. I'earl McCarthy, Vir
ginia McCarthy, Alible Lucns, Mnrgar
et Itestailck, Mnrgucrito Wadman,
Mlrs Shofflcr, Lucille Lucas, I'earl
Llttlcjnhn, Klnlsd Wlchniun, (lamlo
l'osecriim. Margin ct Center, Violet
Mukee, Minna Ilergcr, Hazel Gear,
MesstB. William Desha, I.nwthlan
Williams, Wm. Morgan. Cyril Damon,
Oscar McCorrlston. Albert Clbb, 1M
win nihil. Ilcrrlck Drown, Cyril
Hoogs, Sidney I'lumnier, Oswald Hind,
Mmcus Monsnrrat, Oswald Stevens,
Lester Mnrks, Henley Chapman, Wm.
Chapman, Vernon Tonney, Chan. Lit
tlejohn, Itobt. .McCorrlston, Mr. flrcy,
Mr. Sinclair, David Iirscn, Marston
Campbell, Jr. Chas. McWnyne, Fran
cis Dodge, Herbert Shlpmnn, Jnck
Guard. Sidney .Inklns, Walter Rycroft,
Jack Young, Geoffrey l'odmore, Mnr
cus Dlllrnn, Francis Haines, Alt.
.Young, Percy Nottugo, Chas. Lucas,
Win. Ouderklrk, Harold Gear, Itobt.
Paris, Kenneth Abies.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baldwin's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Ilaldwln, tho for
mer manager of tho Haiku Plncapplo
Plantation, entertained nt nu elabor
ate dinner In honor of Mr. Dnldwlu's
father's birthday. This event wns In
celebration of tho guest-oMionor's sov-eiity-nlntb
natal day. Mr. I). I). Ilald
wln Is n Ynlo man; In fact, nil of his
sons hno been educated at that col
lege. On this occasion tlio 'color
scheme for tho dinner was In the Ynlo
bluo. Covers wcro arranged tor
twenty, tho place-cards wcro mlnlnturo
Ynlo Hags with tho nnmo or tho col
lege stamped on them. Tho table dec
orations wcro unln.no nnd beautiful;
tho largo birthday enko was decorated
with candles of tho Yale blue. Mr. 1).
Ilolli Kanfnrd nnd Smith makes, In a l.irgp larliiy of Oriental, ('niiieii
lloinil nml Floral designs; vie can supply tho smaller sizes to either iiialch
ur luirnionle with the large ones.
22jx:iU Inch ...)
Cx9 feet 10.00 1 12xUi feet
Il.il! Itunnurs, 27 Inches wide, 12 feet long
1). Ilaldwln received tho best wishes
nnd congratulations from tho members
of the family and the Intimate friends
that were present.
Mlu Grace Robertson's Bridge Tea.
Tuesday nfteruiion, Miss Oraco Hob
ortron entertained nt a brldgo ten In
honor of her sister. Miss Lillian Hob
.prison, whoso marriage will take place
on tho IHtli of this month, wbon sl.e
will become tho brldo or .Mr. Wallace,
or Hawaii. Tuesday's entertainment
was a delightful affair. Tho card ta-'
blca wdro placed on tho southenst la-1
li.i I. Prizes consisting of daintily cm-1
broldered handkerchiefs were nwnrd-1
ed nt rnch table. Theso troiblrn were
won by Miss Mnrjorle Freclb, Miss
Minn Ilergcr and Miss Myrn Angus. '
At tho conclusion of tho pin) lug de
licious refieshiueiita were ten id. A
number or the guests, owing to pro-!
vlous engagements, could not spend
tho afternoon phi) Ing bridge, but
came In later Tor tea. Miss Lillian
Hobertsoii looked especially well In
n white-embroidered lingerie, with
touches or blue. Miss Ginro Itobert
ron wns a picture In whlio lace ncr
pink. Mis. Georgo Cleveland Ilowcu
woio n chic costume, champagne col
or, with touches or cerise, n largo hat
trimmed In roses proving ory becom
ing. .Miss Mnrjorlo Freetb wore an
Allce-blup chiffon over satin, with n
seml-hnbble effect. Miss Minn Ilcrcer
looked stylish In n hnud-cmhroldeied
white lingerie gown, with n black sat
in lint trimmed with roses mid violets.
Miss Magoon worn a linndFoino pink
silk, with n largo pink satin picture
lint. Mrs. Cnmpbell wore nn old-rose
foulard, with a largo black picture hat.
.Mrs. Will Whitney wore an old-blue
chllTon embroidered lu gold, with n
lnrgo black sntln bat ornamented with
plumes. Mrs. James Dougherty woro
a beautiful lingerie gown, heavily em
broidered. i Among thoso present wero tho
Misses Itobertfon, Mrs. Will Whitney.
Mrs. Will Campbell, Mrs. Jlowen, Mrs.
Hnzcttlne, Miss K. Stephens, Miss My
ra Angus, Mrs. Hllzahcth Church, Miss
MnrJorle Freetb, Miss Minn Ilergcr,
Miss Mngoon, Miss Tcnncy, Mrs, Har
old Castle, Miss Claire Williams, Miss
Helen North, Miss Mngoon, Miss Jean
Angus, Miss Center, Miss Myrtlo
Schumnn, Miss Vera Damon, Miss Kd
Itb Williams, Mrs. Ilriins, .Mrs. Merle
Johnson, Mrs. Dulscnburg, nnd others,
Miss Hoffmann's Tea.
A number of young society girls
wcro cntcrtnlncd Informally nt ten Fri
day afternoon by Miss Florence Hoff-
mnnn. Most of tho young people
brought their sowing, for now that wo
aro approaching tho holiday season,
tho young matrons and maids ot this
city aro busy fashioning dainty gifts
for Christmas. At this small affair
Friday tea was served at half after
8x10 Vi feet
--G0 9x12 feet
S.50 10jx12i feet
four, and un enjoyable hcur wns spent
mound tho ten-table, while tho joiing
lie. while tho joiing
nrllt Ions nips or tea i
ccossorlcs of cakes i
AniOllC tho rnrilj '
hostess dispensed rie
with tho usual neeet
nnd sandwiches. Among the gucfUn'
wcro Miss Center. Mlas Julio Ale
Stockcr, .Mrs., Stephen .Norton Hobo,
Miss Kntliellno "Stephens. Miss Alien
Cooper, .Mies Lydla MtStoiker, and
Miss Helen North, Mhs I'utli
Smith, Mrs. Howei. Mrs C!c:er Liv
ingston, Miss Francis Coclnnn, Miss
Mrs. Lord's luncheon.
Tliumlay Mrs. K. I.nrd wns hosters
nt n bridge luncheon, wh'ch was glv
,en nt the Alexander Young Hotel,
It'll carnations nnd smllax ornament
ed tho table. After luncheon tho
hostess nnd her guests adjourned to
tho former's npartmeutg at tho Young
nnd Indulged In the nbsorhlng game
Honolulu'!! galleries arc fntt be
coming Towc'cd wlih nn eager, en
lliiislnirr? ratherlng of Its soclctv
women, deeply Intereplcil In our i
coming Floral Pa-ado. Director
General Wall Is to he congratulated i
on the manner In whl .h ho has
sprinkled his ldes nmnngKt the!
rninv, and It Is necd'c?s to say. tho'
Sixth Annual Floral Parado will i
ecllpro any previous attempt.
ICven In the rlntler and Inng of!
the Chrlflnins holld-is BOiio of our'
ladles are already engaged on tho'
"Theory of D"orntlnn," nnd fea !
tures nover before seen hero In tho!
Iflnnds or for Hint matter nnywhe-p
e'fp. will he dl'lilnrd In this beatitl
fn cirnvnn. Hemic 1 hv one of Ho
tiptulu'n most prominent rnclelvi
le-iiierr. Hio coTiniieo on tho ppour-n-
rf cntrlo- have gc tin nbnut tlielri
t'-nnk'ms tark In n quiet but sue
cp'srul manner, nnd nt the irerent
dntp mnrp cars nro now assured them
linn woro In the last two parades
Dire tor Wall lips this veir ere
nto.l a new rtmniltten In tho form
of n suggestion omnilltee, and In
may be said It wns IndcM n hapnvl
thought. Sugrrestlons of nil sorts!
hr-vo been rimitng In. pinnv of them
po new nnd novo) f'-it tho iiennln
wbn elii'ter nt the rm.vilde to wnt'h
tlio pnectaflp pasB will grant that
Honolulu Itself has nn pyo to thn
bointlfiil, for without a d'niit It
will find representation in this yo-.-'s
Hcnded by a master hnnd. the com.
mllleo on floats Is begnnlng to
vvnke up tho proper Interest in tlio
ro-iimerclal part- "pf thn. nirmtiv
Jinny ot tho prominent hiiBlnes.s
hoiisps have plans ' already under
w-nv, ns well as our schools, societies
nnd clubs. .This fcaturo of the pa
rade, having the greatest scope for
nrt nnd decoration, will probably,
prove thn section of greatest Inter
est, nnd ns lins been proven In for
mer years, will ntlrnct tlio crowd's
attention throiighcTnt the entire Jlno
With the crowding of our lty,
with tourists, etrangors nnd othors, '
to say nothing of tho many lnter-lsl-'
and peoplo who will venture tlio
stormy channels to wltners this beau '
tt fill folebrntlon of Washington's
birthday, many Interesting dinners,
lunches, motor parties nnd linuso
gatherings nro already contemplated,'
nnd it Is a snfo prediction to say
Honolulu's society will certainly bo
The engagement lins been nn
nouivcd In San Frnwclsco of MIks
Agnes Smith, tho oldest daughter of
Wnlter G, Smith, who was formorly
editor of tho Honolulu Advertiser,
to Mr. Italnli C. Hone of
New York. The marrlugo will tnko
place next March, nnd tho wedding
will probably tnKo pin at tho homo
3, 1910. 13 i-iwm
or hor undo, Mr. Urnesi Smith, who rlvo on tho steamor Slborln. Mrs.
Is Ihlng in Sau Francisco. Miss lluwes will receive n cordial welcome
Smith Is well known In tho jounger trom Iter numerous rrlends In Ilono
society set of Honolulu nnd Is a great lulu, and will ho tho motif for hiulIi
favorite She Is nn oxtremely pret-' ciitertulnlng. ns eho Is n great social
ty gill, anil Is (ontddered one of tho fa vol I to.
brightest girls at Stanford lliilvers-j
Ity. vhero fho U tnlilnc n Biioclal
Mrs. Jack Ilnwes, after an Inter-
pjtlng trlji thrnugli Furope, will nr-
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H.AIX Oil .STIIIl'1,1):
TiOc 9x12 foot "..'..$10 00
7!c 9x15 foot $12.50
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1.75 54x90 Inch 3 50
3 00 Cx9 feet 5.50
4.75 8x10 feet 8 00
7.60 9x12 feet 11.00
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GIFT OF GIFTS
Christmas and Jewelry arc
inseparable. The ques
tion for you to decide is
what article of jewelry is
most suitable in each case.
The fitness of the gift to
the occasion ought to be
considered. A gift ought
to be something more than
something worth about so
much. We would like to
say that our stock fur
gtscions. All your
wants may be easily
from it with profit to
those you wish to remember
Because Jewelry is liked hv everyone,
as we said, its "The Gift' of Gifts."
Our cases are hrimful of new goods.
H. F. Wichman & Co.,
Limited Leading Jewelers
Tho Harry Marfnrlaues, after m
i;(. D tujt uiuuiiu lliu tviiiiu, will ill-
rivo Aionuay on mo inoria anil will
by a host of friends.
Mncfnrlano have been
Mr. and Mrs.
. '. i
ftxt H i
letting Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dutton
In Sau Francisco. Tho litter Is a
sister of Mrs. Macfarlnne's. The
Harry Macfurlnncti are hirrlug
homo In order to spend the Christ
mas holidays with Mrs. Henry Mac
fnrlane. Mr. W. It. Cnstlo has presented his .
daughter, Mies lleatrlcu with a now
electric machine. -
(Additional Society on Page 11.)
demand. Wc arc also
These tire licmy Jute nv-'s, on (lie
order of cocoa nut mailing, but eienlj
noirn mid prettily djed.
3G72 Inch $ 4.00
(ix'J feet M 1200
9x12 feet'....., 2U.00
For Stairs and Hallways; splendid
assortment of colors nnd patterns.
. $1.50 und $2.00 yard
.,$2.25 nnd $2.60 yunl
We also carry
other housed ufnlshmns
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