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EVENING BULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911.
- (Cnl.nu.dJ2m P-0. 13) , Mr. and Mr. nlchard ,.. ,,.
Mr. Ouy Macfarlane'. Dinner. !, ?lr,nA ?lrf "i0!'"'1 ,I?rH -'n,c'"
Miss I'Kzl'phiI.i .... t m. . tallied a coterie of friends last oven-
f honor at a ,)l...icr 8I en la"t e". - C'" ', " , ,01", 'V' 'I" MrB ho,,a
mime at WnlMkl. Oners wcio ar-
en Im e, "m,Lc"c"'"" '"" '- A coterlo of Service folk were en
(.and o, rZ iT ' C l,l' "Cr tcr,',,nc'1 "f"''"y utcanl. Tuesday
ROM ' t'', I':1'? '" r",8.C,a "IB " a and Mr.. Mont-
nteoyerjlMn,aC'l,CC,,blMl1 numoku street. Interesting nib
XAR,, - of Ur.d,e . cW, At !-.
Hied RiicBlH wcio Miss Violet Makoe concln8,on or e etcnlng n delicious
Miss Fllzgciald UsJ .i, !i. 8'l'lor was served. Among those who
II. !n m.m 't"" r ina e "" M ' 1e'0-- ? "-comb".
Oti Macfnrhiio lr fw i. ,,n"l'"nll,3r wcrc MJr and Mrs. Ne
il" 1 I edenmnMr K. ?l?' ille' t'"l"nl" ''n Artl"- Mitrl.
and Ji lliirrv i,,..fni,n . Jor ,,n'1 Mr8- Campbell, Captain and
and Lieutenant Andrews.
," l'ro!1' "lllor '"- Mrs. Johnstone, wife of Dorlor
Aide Son "mcrlZT f"' ""i"'":8 J"hns,"n'' "' nrt " "
CowIch, MrB. Arthur .Marlx, Mrs. I,
Tennoy l'eek, Mrs. William Whitney
and Mrs. Wllllnni IAn0.
....... .. . ...... ... imiiui
Governor and Mrs. Carter's Dinner,
At their country home "Kalkoo"
c-R.ncrnor and Mi's. Carter eulor-
"icil nt dinner. Krlil.iv .n.,i..
Coers wero iur.inscil for lclve tho K,n'!l'hllr' l,f -M"l. Coers wero nr
iloeorntliinK ero oxtmn.olu ..:,,.. ninKc'1 for 'x-
nn dainty. fCr dlniicr iim ...n..
"-' r"w i
ntlended tho Pnrllle rlul. danco. Those
(cited at the beaiilirully appointed ta
ble ere ex-(!overnor nnd Mrs. Cirlcr.
I'r and Mrs Putnam of Knii.il, .Miss M
Dllllioll Miss Itenlrl,.. ,.( l Ml...
-Mr. Jtnbert Thompson nnd Mr. (lay
Houre Party on Tantalus.
Mr. and Mrs. .Innim wii.i... ...in
rnteitnln nt u house varty nt their
mountain honin on T.ini..l,,u i, i
mountain homo on Tjnlnliis. Mr. and
Mrs. Wilder mid their gucstn will
" i.i mo mountain sine IIiIh at-
crnoon jmd will remain until Tiics-'
,, inuriiii.. jimniie tnn.r i.n..d..i '
win no honalnr ami .Mrs. Krlc Kiuid
sen of Kami. l)r nml Mry. hmno
liidd Miss Marlon Seott. Lieut (lav
Major and Mrs. Neville's Dinner.
Jlajor and Mrs Nelllc were host
Vera D.itnou. Miss Achilles, Senator Mv' "ml ls. ''cIiir nntlclpated by
1co.ro FnlrchiM. Dr. V. Hodeman ",0 f5r,"""l fow that hmo bcon In
Jlr. Jtnbert Thompson nnd Mr. fl.iv-."1'11'
and hostess at nn cnJonblc dinner.' T,l Un'crslly Club mado an artls
thnt was complimentary lo C.iptam "C'l'ig for tho dinner that was
and Mrs. Rooster of I ollehua . Tho , vc" '""irstlay ovenlng by Lieut,
cenler or tho tabic was banked with Andrews, aldo to (leneral Mncmnb.
Ascension Utiles and laco ferns. Tho, lla wa8 n 8"B "fair nnd was ghon
dellglilful entertainment was given nt'1" '"nor "f 8"10 of ''Is clnssinates nt
the host nnd hiiitesi-es homo on Oreen i W8t ''olnt
street Those iitimboied among Iho!,. ....
guests wero Captain and Mr Knoster.' ' h' " j,","'h I'ol l.iincln
Major and Mrs. Campbell, Captain1 Jlr8, Art,,,lr Wood Is tho honored
nnd Mrs. Chapman. Major Duncan B"C8t nt " l'0' '""chcon that Is being
nnd II II M Consul imlph Iirsler. B"" by MrH- K- W- Jordan this uf-
irin, .linn.. ,l..ln. . .. ...... tCrilOOtl. Onlv ll.n ........ .
....w uvi ..iraj.Fr nun .irs. iohio
nnd their guests attended tho ball
given by tho ofllrors at Kort ringer.
- " " i
Jndgo nnd Mrs. Arllmr Wilder nn.i
MIbs Allco Macfailiino nflcr it threo',.
months' vlnlt In, Iho Orlnt nro expected , 'rmm "ancberB's Luncheon,
to nrrlo on the Knren next Saturday. I Thursday afternoon u largo lunch
Thls trln of society folk visited Cnp-,,on wl" ,l0 Bvcn Ilt "o Oahu Coun
taln a. Iliimnhrles In Mnnlln nn.i r. try Club by Mrs. Armln Unnobere.
..., ..,,.. .. ,..., . i
"""mi ijuny liy n.e.r army nost,
.Mr. ami .Mrs. Ilniiulc .SrottN llluiitr,
(lovernnr mid Mfs. Walter Frcat,
ct'iiiiior iiijii .iirs. r;ric Ktiudscn, Mr.
nnd Mrs. ficrrlt Wilder nnd Dr. and
Mrs Jnmos Jinlil will enjoy tho hos- i
pltallty of Mrnnd Mrs. Ilanno Scott.
Till! nfltllrn flf III n ..in.ll..., .. Ill 1... .
........ w u. ,,.w t,ii,i.,iii nn, uc ,1
Mr. and Mrs. Bond's Dinner. '
While lllllcs and iiiallo iiuido pietty1
deroratlons nt tho dinner that win,
Rlcn In compliment to Senator nhd
MrB Krtc' Knudnen, Tuesday ovcnlnif
riie eight enors wero laid for Mr
and Mrs Hubert Dond, Mr. and Mrs.
f...n... .. r. i ... ...
""'" iiusij, sonniors and Jirs line-
Kliudscn and Uov. and Mis. Klston, l
Mrs. Du Rol's Four O'clock Tea.
Monday uftornoon, Mrs. Qi'Du Hoi
" ; '," "- ion i.
hor valley homo In Ii6nnr of Mls Pop-
plcton. a trained nurto in Honolulu,
A dOZCU trtlOStu tlOll. tildflmt t, ll.n
g.io nn iiirormal four oploclc tea at
i ,"'" " luiupiciing a trip
nffnlr and u roclal hour was spout uround the woild, liavlng been abaont
ovor tho tea cups. (from their homo for two years. The
m,. A.h. . , u " charmi of Honolulu appeal to them,
Mrs. Athertons Luncheon. and they may return to tho islands
Mrs. Seldcn Kingsbury, Mrs. L." tho first of next ) ear.
Tenney Peck, Mrs. Wall, Mrs. North, f
MrB. Hniiiond rtrown, Mrs. I-orrln' MIbs Janetto Hough will le.wo nn
r.urston Mrs Kennedy. Mis. Joseph
Sliced), MrB. Lackland. Mis John Mt-
r?iiM,llna nn.i M,u I.V.I 11... I. n..l....A.i
r, V ,. i . .. - . V,,J7V"
the hospitality of Mrs, Charles Athor-
ton nt hor home on King street On i
this occasion Mrs. Seidell Klngibury
was the guost of honor. Tim luncheon
wns beautiful -n nil Its details nnd n
pleasant afternoon was experienced,
tllM C 111) nro i.nlnvn.l l.v ll. ,.,..,-
.Mri. Ui'Xitndrr UmK-ij's l.tinclicnii.
Mrs. Alexander Lindsay entertained
Informally at luncheon. Monday, com-
l"fnrn,al,J' ' luncheon. Monday, com.
r,1""'""!?' '" iiTH- A Npw,,,n ,c,,
"" " ""," ,CR ami .Mrs. Bolileff
Jlrs. (,'corge .SliiriiinnN Pol Luiirhion.
Mrs. Ocorgo Sherman has Issued
Invitations for a pnl luncheon for
Wednesday next. Tho enteitalnnicnt
will bo glcn at her ho.nn In v., .,.,,.
3lr. iiml Mrs. W. A. Homii's Illnnrr.
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hotten entertained Informally nt din.
"er "lllmentary to Judgo and Mrs.
Seidell Kingsbury, ttho hao been p.
Journlng In Honolulu. This nttiuctlvo
.." ui iwnuin sire
""hjloucrs nnd palms
resldenco of Kcnaln street uas tilled
Mrs. Arthur .Mark to Knlrrl.itn.
I Mrs. Arthur Marlx ulll nnin.ini.,
tho Wednesday llrldgo Club on tho
11th of Juno nt her home, 1061 Klnau
Lleiitcii.iiil Andren's I)lini,.r.
I Tho Unlcrslly Club mado nn artls
ternoon. Only tho warm i.r0,,i
frionds of Mrs. Wood lmo been In
vited, for this charming matron was
: - " v'
,,0!" Sfcat faorito.
uorn in mo islands and has always
lloilur mid Jim. Jndd's Jllmirr.
Doctor and Mrs. James Judd en
tertained at dinner Thursday ee
nlng, complimentary to their house
"" ' i mmr nuuso
8U08'si Senator und Mrs. Erie Alfred
utiscn o( Knual. Vcllow cosnios
"'"I haskcts of Australia maidenhair j
fOm COinbilied Willi lirn.1,1 vaM.... I
...... w.u u.,un
satin ribbon produced an effectivo
decoration. After dinner tho parly
uttended tho Paclllc Club ball.
LHIeliiui Ilrldgi! dull.
T,'o I-oi Iclmii llrldgo Club met with
Mrs. Hanson, wlfo of Lieutenant
Hanson. WedneHil.iv nfiomnnn ti.
pretty quarters of tho Hanson's iif!
U..u, ... I
ccnunuiu ii.u racks wero abloom
with tloiets and darfodils. Two beau
tlful prizes of cut glass and silver
Mr. and .Mrs. Kerr and Miss Kurr !
" -'im. ivuir anu miss Kurr i
are stopping at tho Moana Hotel, und .
will remain In Honolulu two wooks!
Innm.. .M... .... - , ., . . I
Tuesday, with friends, for "her homo1
In Stockton, California. Mrs. James!
.. . .?. ..mum ,
"e ami miss uolon w not sail
until Juno 30th.
Major nnd Mrs. George Potter hmo
lake iipnrtmenlR nt tho Hotel Colonial
where they will tnlfo up a permanent
Mrs. Hoothc nnd Mrs. Hicks, two
prominent Los Angeles women, are
enjoying a few ilellghtful weeks' stay
in tho Islands, being guests at tho
Moann Hotel. On Saturday they
wcro Buests of honor at n surllng
....... i i .......
jpartj given by Mr. and Mrs. Krnest
Clark nnd Mr. and Mrs.vJohn War
ren. Previous to the surf ride tho
party, which also Included Mr. C (1
Hclscr, wcro guests of Mr. nnd Mr.
Wnrrcn nt luncheon at the Com
mercial Club. JJoth Mr. and Mrs.
Clark and Mr. and Mrs, Warren en-
, tortnlned Informally at dinner during
tno week in honor of these guests,
who nre old friends of Mr. Wan en.
Next week Iho Indies will visit Hltn
and tho volcano, expecting to return
about tho mlddlo.of tho month to tho
On the 27th of June, Mrs. Fred
erick Klnmp nnd young daughter, and
Miss Loulso (llrnrd itro plnnning to
visit tho dlrrerent Islands. They will
visit tho volcano of Kllauea nnd also
tho extinct crater Halcakala on Maul,
nnd will visit Senator nnd Mrs. Hrle
Knitdsen on Knunl. On their return
to Honolulu In August, Miss Olrard
will lenvo for her homo on tho main
land, Miss Olrard Is a unUcrsnl
favorite both In Army ami Navy
circles. She Is nn Army girl, linr
father is a Colonel In this branch
of tho Service
Tho threo attractive nnd hnndsomo
jnung dnughtors of Colonel Wilder,
rommanuant nt Sclioflcld Ilarrncks
nro expected to arrive on tho Soptem-
oer transport. Colonel Wilder Is en
larging bis artistic quarters at lil
lohun and grcnt plans nro being form
ulated In tho nung girls' honpr It
la needless to slato Hint they will bn
a great acquisition to tho Army Ilfo
nt Schofleld Ilarrncks.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dougherty
hmo taken nparlmenta nt tho Hotel
Coiirlland, wliero they will resldo un
IIP Iho completion of their bungalow
In Manon Valley Their new l..
gives promise of being nrv hi.ii,.
nnd will bo rnmpleled either Iho Inst
i. Jiuy or I lie first part of August.
Purity, Nourishment,, Economy
The housewife should con
sider every article of food
from these standpoints :
In the matter of MILK such, consideration 'is
imperative. And just as assuredly it wilj lead
to the conclusion. tha,t for household,, usethe
only kind 'that's good enough for you,"
namely the BEST, is . ''
J List milk evaporated antd, puriiped'Tby steijiza
tion. Without preservatives or sweetening.
For sale by all dealers
Captain and Mrs. Kocstcr of tho
Kifth Cavnlry havo been spending the
'past fow days at tho Young Hotel.
Tho popular iirmy couple hno been
Mn n whirl of gaiety over slnco their
liinlval, Tor numerous Boclcty nltnlrs
have taken plftco In their honor. .
Mrs. Klllcott, wlfo of Commander
Klllcott of tho t! S. Nary, Is expect
ed to nrrlvo In Honolulu July 13th on
tho transport, to visit her son 'and
daughter, I, Ionic mint and Mrs. Aloes
Kingsbury of tho V S. Marino Corps,
who nro residing on Artesian street, script nnd Howard M Tlcknor of the
A Onzette. The musical conductor was
Mrs, Cunningham, wir of Lieut. 'j-sse Williams of Now York, who first
r...i,.i,.., , ii... vim, r.,i... conducted "Ermenle" nt the New York
Cunningham of the Hfth Cnvnlry, ' ... , ,, r ... . i. r
Cnslno. Mnud. Lillian Ilerry, who aft-
was tho guest of Captain and Mrs. 'awards ns soprano for Francis Wll
Putnam of Fort Do Hussy Tuesday son. ami later with the) Ilostonlnns,
nnd Wednesday of this week. ;"0 '" ldt In this work. Henry
1, i, i, lllnllam, who was In Honolulu In 1D01
Mrs. James Hough and two daugh- w.lh nn opera company, was tho prin
ters. Mrs. Percy (.'leghorn and bcv- clj.nl tenor; Harry I.uckstone. tlvp bar
cial other young people left today for l,on0- M,"s Adelaide Griggs of Park
Halclwa, where they will spend tho
week-end, not returning lo town un-
.,, n. .....
i. i, i.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John A Gamble nnd
Miss Gamblo of Pennsylvania arrived
Saturday on (ho llonnliilan to visit
In Honolulu Mrs Cook, wlfo of
Captain Cook of the IJ. S. Army, Is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gamble,
Miss Ilonham of York Pennsyl
vania, has been the guost of Captain
nnd, Mrs. Marlif from Monday to Fri
day of this week.
Tho Ilovcrend Doctor nnd Mrs.
Scuddnr Entertained Informally In
honor nt Judge nnd Mrs. Soldcn
Kingsbury, Thursday evening. Covors
wero arranged for six.
llx-Govornnr nnd Mrs. Oeorce Car
ter and their niece. Miss Achilles of '
Hochcstcr, New York, are spending
tho month or Juno 'at their beach
home. Kalkoo. .
Mrs. Ilolnly nnd her mother. Mrs.
Wainer, after n delightful two weeks'
Snlourn nn Hin tvlmlw., nMn r ,,.
Islend relurnrd to town tills week.
Kilohtn Art League At Home.
The program for this entertainment
In i.ttractlvu rending. Tito evening will
lie devoted to local authors and com
lioicrs. Mr. A1111.1 11. Tucker demon-
titrates liy u Kroup of hours of tier own
rnmpoultlou tl.o value. (if lier work In
Hie public scbnols Mrs. A. II. lngalls
contributes two cbnrmlnR composition
for violin, ono of than composed
few necks iiko. Slio will play them
tu her masterly and llnlshcd nunncr.
tinder the bending "Word l'lcturc,"
writings In verso and proso will
rem! by Mlis MucUougal from tbo fol
lowing nnthors: Mary Dillingham
Tre.ir, nthcllndn 8. Castle, Anna M.
l'nrls mid Anna 11. Tucker. Mrs. nan
ney Hiolt, who IS tov seldom heard In
public, will sing thrco song from Mrs.
Krear's delightful book of Bongs. Miss
Prances Dillingham will contrlbuto
"Original Monologues" In her Inlml
table mnnncr. The closing numbers of
the program will bo three selections
from "Dctty," or "Tho Maid nnd tho
Mariner," a comic opera In thrco acts
by ndmr A P. Newcomb. Tho solos
will bo rendered by Mrs. Iirnco McV.
iMftVIVMIi HUM iHf lllK "" "
Vcxtct froi tho second act will be sunn
Mnckall nnd Mrs Arthuc Wall. Tho
by Miss Edith Itoslym Collnls, Mrs.
'ciiarl-s S. Weight. Mrs. Chester J.
V"'.',"' Mr' A,rlI,."r A"
A. llrown nnd Mr Chestci
nI1 NOc from thp cl)0,
choir of Centrnl
Union church, under tho direction of
Mr. A. n. Ingnlls. Mrs. D. Howard
Hitchcock will accompany Mrs. Mack
all and Mr. Wall In their solos,
This opera was produced In 1897 and
had qulto nn extended run. The miMc
nt tho thno was highly commonded
,y Philip Halo of tho lloston Tran-I
H,rr" cnurcn lno,r' '" "" """ "'"
contralto, "attlo Starr, who Is well
known as n comnoscr. was tho mezo
'soprano, and tho two comedians wcro
Al Leech nnd James F. Macdonald, who
nfterwards mado a great hit In "Tlio
Telcphono Girl" when It was produced
In Now York n number of years ago.
The opera contnlns thirty-two num
bers of music, comprising nn o-crturc,
solos for tho different voices, choruses,
three duets, nn amusing trio, nn unnc
cbinimnlcil quartet In 5-4 time, a,
laughing duct, one cjramatlc finale to
Act JL and the sextet which will bo
sung under Mr. Ingnll's direction
The following invltntlons have been
t Kllohnna Art league
Ixiral Authors nnd Composers
Thursday Kvenlhg, Juno Fifteenth,
Cor- Mlllor nnd flerotnnla Streets,
Tllc l",K"'nm tlint ls to bo rendorcd
I as follows:
1 1. Music.
Hawaii's Child Words by Mrs.
Philip Dodgo. Music by Mrs. A. fl.
(a) Lullaby, (b) Play Song ,
HAND AND IV
Graduation v Essay Is Pica
to Hawaiians For
Note. Tho following article Is an
essay read by Miss Dora Poller, of
tho 1011 class. Kamchnmcha Girls'
School, at tho Commencement exer
cises held on Juno 5.
THE EDUCATION OF
HAND AND MIND
What Is tho purpose of education?
Ucforo a man can bo of any usg to
a community, bororo ho can "nmko
a livelihood for himself, ho must hnvo
somo experience, ho must havo some
ideal, something toward which ho Is
working. Wo may iBay, then, confi
dently, that tho purposo of education
Is to nt a man for his environment.
Thcro has been considerable chango
during tho centuries in the Ideas of
education nnd In thovalucs of educa
tion. Wo con clearly see that. Long
ngo, many people thought that It wni
not necessary to educate tho minds
of tho masses In otdcr to hotter their
country. Yet thoio wcro romo peo
ple who from, tho earliest time havo
sought methods of education that
would holler men. In modern tlpics.
thcro hnvo Uo.on Frnebo!, Iho fathor
of tho Klntergartcn; Pcstalozil, tho
educational reformer; Itoumcau, tho
gicat French writer; Mary Lyon and
Hnraco Mann, both (oundors of
schools In pioneer days. Then thcro
havo been Thomas Arnold of Rugby,
Alice Freeman Palmer of Wcllcsly,
Dr. John Dowoy and Dr. Stanley Hall,
who said ho could do sixty things
with thls hands nnd who believed in
tho manual theory. Kach of tho above
ha.) n Fystom ho or aho bcllovod In
and worked hard to advance cduca'
Development of Late Years,
Up to nliout fifty yonrs ago, tho
value of hand nnd mind training com
bined had not been realized. Tho
tradition of tho provious centuries
prevailed, ami all of Iho hand train
Ing was acquired In Iho shops of
workmon and In guilds where tho ap
prentices and even some of tho mas-
tor-workmen did not seo tho scientific
"i"" "' """ "" uiiining oi .energy, cast asldo our dlBliko Tor hard
tho mlndwas for Iho most part such work and feel that moro Is expected
ns had been carried on In monastery ;,, U8 than from our grandmothers?
ichools, whero there was no scientific Must wo. not learn lo meet our obll
tralnlng and where tho monks lm- gatlonB, to pay our debts to keep
parted only ns much ns thoy thought our promises?
wlsoilo the Ignorant, Tho two forms At to Hawaiian1 Girls.
of education wero kept wholly sop- Aro wo Hnwallan girls now able to
arato for centuries. Dut now It is Intelligently chooso good leaders and
belloved skilled hnnd work should advisers? Aro our parents looking
supplement mind training. Manual forwnrd to having their girls trained
schools for practical and sclentlflcj do BOmo ,,0rnf ncccgsary work
training nnd trndo schools havcrn op )l0 thcy prefer somo easy
Bprung up nil over tho world. 0ov- uliatloii for us whero wo shall work
ornmonls havo Introduced manual aB m,0 aB may bo Ra,n nothng In
trnlnlnt. tnln ,iikll. aphnnla nn,l'. ... . . i .. .l,
,..... .-. w """i
sclcnco forms an Important part of
Just as Iho mass of pooplo long ago
wero Ignorant and sought lo destroy
mo theories or groat reformers, so
do the Ignornnt today.
Applies to Hawaii.,
In Anglo-Saxon countries, tho no-
cosslty for education of hand and
mind s protty generally realized, Do
wo liawallnns realize tho full vatuo
of this now education? Docs tho
ability to road and wrllo constitute
education? Aro wo satisfied with
that alone? .
Education Is to fit the unfit, to pro
para tho unready and to glvo tho un
thinking an Idon of the general do
mand for trained pcoplo who can 'and
wilt do things with their hands.
Tho great mass of mankind has
only common ability and la fitted to
do only common work; tho skilled
way In which mind and body work
together and tho unskilled way In
which Iho body works Is directed by
tho Intelligence of some other 'mind
Duty to Hawaiian.
One of the saddest things today
for ub is tho decay of our race, once
tho power of tho Islands. Tho labor
of tho plantations nml fisheries and
fields was formerly can led on by
Hawaiians. nut now, the Orientals
havo como In, "and with the whlto
Words and music by Kdlth Kld-
(a) Tho Mango Troo (b) Tho Tnro
(o) Tho Dragon Fly Id) Tho
Papula (o) Cocoanuts
- Words and music by Mrs. A. D.
Sung by Students from tho Normal
Accompanist, Miss Margaret Cooko,
2. Violin Solos
Composed by Mrs. A. II. Ingnlls.
00 Air for the G String (b) A
3. Word Pictures,
(n) In Hawaii (b) Evolution (c) A
Mary Dillingham Frcar
(a) A Vision (b) A Surf nidor...
Fthcllnda S. Castle
(a) Old Times and fJow (b) Twi
light hy the Sea (c) Tho Fleets..
Anna M, Paris
(a) My Lovo and I (b) Sunset from
Halcakala (c) Walklkl (d) Tho
Lav of Llfo Anna n. Tuckor
Interpreted by Miss MncDougal.
t. Music ... .Mary Dllllnchara Frenr
(n). The Land Shells (b) 1 Saw the
Siinbenms Drinking (c) Tlmo.
Sung by' Mrs. rtnnncv Scott.
man directing; do tho work. Ono of
the most serious ifefocts from which
wo liawallnns suffer In tho lack of
porsovcrnnce. That Is why bo many
people say It Is of no avail to cducato
liawallnns. Dut wo of tho present
generation must pinto lo Ihoso who
harbor tiles' Idea that It is of somo
uso to cducato Hanallaus nnd wo
must even If It scenis hard, do thti
If wo caro to stand In places whera
wo, shall command Iho respect which
wo havo grown to deserve. To do
this, wo must educate our hands, wo
must cducnto our minds, wo must
cducnto our bouIs.
Whon a workor knows why ono
method produces good results and an
other docs not, when ho knows why
ho doos a ptcec of work a certain
way, then ho has begun his educa
tion. To carry It further ho mlist
gnln skill by practlsq; dlsclpllno by
doing disagreeable, monotonous things
for long periods, to perfect hlmscir,
to test himself.
Advance I Needed.
SIi.tU o be satisfied (o look on
passively whllo other peoplo, ad
vanco? Aro wo satisfied to go on liv
ing wllh ns few of tho comforls and
necessities of Ilfo as our nnccUorii
Tiad or nro wo willing to bo pains
taking, enduring and energetic nnd
try In ovory way to qualify ourselves
for tho work that lies at hand to ho
Persistence, endurnnco, energy,
economy,, thrift. aro Iho v(ualllloi
that mark successful racos. It wou'd
seem then, that wo liawallnns nro
sadly In nocd of thorn. Wo must bo
nblo to lift ourselves up so that wn
cau btnnd among our competitors anil,
work ns well ns they In order to suc
ceed. Let no lie sure that wn know what
success means. Tho posHlon and RflC
cess of n man or woman aro nqt al
ways Indicated by clothes. Fashion
nblo clothos do not always Blgnlfy. '
bucccbs, but Bkljl In somo craft, abil
ity to work, to hold one's position,
to be of value In ono's trade, to keep
ono's word, surely Indicates a degree
of success. If wo girls aio to sue-
cood, must wo not put forth nil our
training or novcionniciu. nun iiuimnK
of skill or power to our rnce? It Is
tlmo for us to seo that wo must arm
ourselves with patience, with endur
nnco and bo ready for emergencies
nnd that wo muit not turn back, hav
ing put our handB to tho plow.
It Is necessary that our Ideas of
hand work and domostlc work bo
such ns lll direct us to look tor
prcpcratlon for thcao nnd not ma'io
poor teachers, clerks, stonographors
when wo might bo good cooks, laun
dresses, soamstrcsses, nurses nml
Let ns cultivate Iho talent wo havo
and scok to dovclop It. It Is tho
talent that will mako us useful aa
handworkers. Let us turn it to ac
count honestly nnd vigorously, Let
us fulfill tho wish of our founder
''that wo bo good and Industrious."
On the 2fith of Juno at olght o'clock.
Miss Mnrlo Hume Douglns will hecomi)
tho brldo of Mr, Frank Augustus ilat
chelor. The wedding will be a quiet
ono, only Intimate frionds nro Invited,
tho ceremony will bo performod iy
Bishop Henry Dond Rcstnrlck, In St.
Andrew's Cathedral. Miss Florence
Winter will bo tho hrldo's only attend
ant, and Mr. Porcy Clcghorn will ant
as best man, Mrs. Fannie lluino Dou
glas will glvo tho hrld" Into tho keep
ing of tho groom. Miss Douglas Is, a
very pretty, graccfiil(doml-bloiido, her
weuning gown or meteor satin, trlin
wed with Duchcsso laco will ho very
becoming, the conventional wedding
veil, a shower bouquet of IJllles of tho
Valley and maldon hair fern will bo
carried. Miss Winter will bo clad In
Eicon satin, with an ovordross pf
pink and white. A muff of Lu FiSVo
rosea will add to tho effectiveness of
tbo toilette. MIbs Douglas and Mr
Ilatchelor aro very popular, thoy havo
been lavishly entertained slnco their
engagement has been announced. Tho
honoymoon will be spent at Halolws,
on tjiolr return to tho city thoy will
rosldn at 1317 Maklkl strcot.
Mr. and Mrs. Riga8' Dinner.
Monday ovenlng the cozy home of
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Morton Klggs was tho
scene of. a merry dlnnor party. Tho
tablo was decorated with .a shonijr
effect of red and,greon, voljod wltji
scarlet tullo. Among tlnso present
besldcH Mr. and Mrs, Hlggs weio Mp.
aim. iirs. imuiiuK .vims ituii)on, Mr
and Mrs. aicnilonnlng, Miss Sweet,
Mrs. and Miss Drnverman, Mr C. V.
Wright nnd Mr. Oeorgo Hnmphieys.
Additional Social on Page 5.
Accompanist, Mrs. D. II. Hitchcock.
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