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SOCIETY WILL TURN OUT EN MASSE
FOR BIO BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT
T Is anticipated (lint ttio enter
tainment to be shell ut. thu Iln
vvallan Opt ruliuiino on Friday
evening, October JTlli, nnil on
Saturda) afternoon, October '.iSth
for tlie buicllt of tlio Free Kin
dergarten and Children's Aid As-
Eoclutloti will bo a most Interesting
ulul cnJo)able one
It Is more than three J ears since
the association lias Inul a benellt per-
formance; coming as they do thus
Wilnfrcqueiitly, they are. alaH most
' Thfre lias been a Bre.il demand for
; seats, and the house will be tilled to
Its utmost capacity, both evening and
C The affair will take on Komewhal
tlie aspect of a soclul funitlon, foi
(the operahouse will be beautlfull)
, decorated, and tlieie will be smart
girl ushers; also, during the long In
termlsslon delicious home-made cm
dies will be sold by a bcy of-Mircttj
J girls, while Captain Merger and his
; orchestra will further enliven the time
with some choice musical selti lions
j and the audience will have .ill oppor-
unity to mote about and chat
Omit satisfaction Is being ex
pressed that the mugnlllicnt tableau
entitled Hooknpu ut the Court ol
Queen Knuhuiiiiinu," Is to be present
ed, under the management of the Ka.i
huiminu Society, of which Miss Lucj
l'eubody Is president Sho Is being
t ably assisted In the arranging of the
tableau by Mrs I:dgar Henrliues and
, Mrs II II Webb Tweut) or more
rine-looMug Iluuallans are to tak
part, and the stage setting, with Its
native house and beautiful kahilis,
will be historically correct and ery
This scene Is certainly something
that "both kamn.ilnas and mallhlnh?
alike will be glad of the opportunity
of seeing Hawaiian songs, by the
Kamehamcha Hoys' Uleo Club, will
precede tho tableau, and at Its con
clusion Mr Honlno will show some
of his motion pictures of Huwullau
scenes, especially those of the surllng
The French Pastoral Dance will be
a light and dainty bit, by way of 1011
trast to the dignified Hawaiian tableau
which precedes It
night joung girls, dressed In Iovel
French costumes, with wreaths of
flowers on their heads and garlands
of roses In their hands, will take part
In the dance. t.
In order that eery one In tho audi-
J) ence may have u good view or the
thirty or more Canterbury l'llgrlms
In their wonderful costumes, and also
have time mougli to recognize the
various characters bo plitmesquely
described by Chaucer, these gentle
nuns, the Lady l'rloress, the Monk,
the Trlar, tho "Young Squyer," tho
"Wyf of Ilatho," the "verruy perfect
gentll Knight" and the scorn of othir
Pilgrims will march down ono aisle
of tho oporahousc, up on to the stage,
nnd nfter their chanting will march
nut niraln by the other aisle. Mrs.
son arc arranging this scene, nnd It
Is certain to be an Intensely Interest
ing nnd Imprtsslie one
Kdllh Cowles. Tho iiffalr was glien
In honor of Mrs Uerald Johnson, wife
of Lieutenant Johnson of the U. S.
Marine Corps, and Miss Helen ltoeh
vvell, who Is visiting lur sister nnd
brother, Lieutenant nnd Mrs. l'mtl.
When tho Invitations were Issued the
hostess had suggested Unit her guests
would bring their fancy work. Tea
was served on tho lanal, midst a (let
ting of palms and yellow chrysanthe
mums Among those who enjoyed
this charming hostess' hospitality
The final, and assuredly one of the ,.r Mrs Herald Johnson. Miss Helm
most artistic numbers on the pro- iinrkwell. .Miss Irni.i H.i1lntvi.. litis
gram will be the Japanese Qenroku
Dances, the arrangements for wlildi
are In the inpablo hands of Mr Akal,
Dr Kiitsunomu, Mr. IbIiII, Mr. Ho
me) a, .Mr MotoKawa, Mr Nukauiura,
Mr Tukahasht and Mr. Mlkaml, who
have given the most earnest attention
to every detail of the production,
which will be Intensely Interesting
fro man historical point of lew, as
well as a vei beautiful sielic
The following Is the complete list
of those composing the committees In
charge of the entertainment
Mis. lUujaiiilu Marx, acting presi
dent of the Free KludcigarUn and
I'hllilien's Aid Association, and gen
eial chairman of the couimltUcs
Mrs Hlchard Ivirs, chairman of tho
Hawaiian tnblt.iux and music Miss
Lucy I'e.ibody (chairman), Mrs. C.
Ilollowii), Mrs Ldgar Ilemlques, Mrs
II II Welib
Fiench pistoral dance Mrs. (lerrlt
Wilder. Mis John S. Walker.
Motion pictures Mr. llunluc.
Canterbury Pilgrims Mrs Gardner
Wilder, Mr David Anderson.
Japanese Genruku dunces Mrs,
Francis Swanry (chairman), Mr. Aknl,
Dr Katsunoma, Mr. Motokawa, Mr.
Ishll, Mr Naknmuru, Mr, Komeja,
Mr Mlkaml, Mr Takahashl.
Decorations and ushers Mrs. A.
Lewis, Mrs II. Il Hendllik.
Tickets Mrs. Z. K. Mjers, Mrs,
Candles Mrs It.iymoml Drown
(chnlnunii), Mrs. Munnle I'hlllliis,
Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs. Joseph Gil
man, Mrs. Alonzo Gurtley, Mrs. Wll
Music Captain Hcrger.
Publication Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder
Stage management Mr. W. I).
The box plan for the salo nf seutR
Is open every duy during business
hours at thu looms of the Public
Service Association, King street.
Mr. Iljile-Snillli's dinner.
"Arcadia" was the scene of a hand
some dinner, that was given on Mon
day evening of this week by Mrs.
Hide-Smith. Madam hers, who
leaves on tho next Sierra, was tho
complimented guest. The guberna
torial mansion, where the hostesH lias
been sojourning for the past six
weeks, lends Itself admirably to nuy
form of entertainment. The function
Monday was keenly enjoyed by the
following participants: General an J
Mrs. Montgomery Macomb, Madam
Ivers, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Focke,
Mr. and Mrs Gerrlt Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs Hlchard Ivers and Dr and Mrs
Charles Dry ant Cooper.
Miss Killlh ('miles' Tin.
Among tho Informal and pleasant
entertainments of tho week was the
Gardner Wilder nnd Mr. David Ander- tea given Tucsdny afternoon by Miss
Mice Cooper, Mrs. Pratt, Miss Julie
McStoikcr, Miss Kntherlne Stephen.),
Miss I puie Cooper, Mrs. lto-w Klng3-
bury, Miss I.ydla McStoiker, Mrs
Harry wilder, Mrs. Hoy Francis
Smith, Miss Ilentrlco Holswortli and
(.'dieral iiinl .Mrs. MnrmnliN Parly.
Ihursday evening General and Mrs
Maiouib entertained a few of tho serv
ice folk at an Impromptu rarebll
part). During the evening bridge
whist was played. Among those who
injoyed this delightful hut Informal
intertaliimeiit were Major and Mrs
Neville, Captain and Mrs. Aitliui
Mnrlx, Cnptaln and Mrs Clifton Car
roll Carter, Mrs Coleman of Haiti
more, Captain and Mrs. IMwards,
Major Campbell and Lieutenant Hd
wards. .Miss fieri ruilc Harding's Dinner.
List evening Miss Gertrude hurtl
ing entertained informally a few
friends at dinner ut the home of her
sister and brother, Dr and Mrs
Krnest Waterhouse, where she Is vis
Itlng. Among those present, besldei
the doctor and his wife and tho at
tractive young hostess, were Miss
Iliatrlie Holswortli, Miss Irma Hal
lentyne, Miss Harriet Young, Mr
Carter, Lieutenant Ilurrdl of tho U
S. Navy and others.
Mrs. Hopkins' llrlilge Party.
A society affair that was keenly
enjoyed by the service set at Seho-
lleld Ilarracks wan the bridge party
that was given Monday afternoon by
Mrs. Hopkins. Mrs. John Klllcott,
who was the guest of Major and Mrs
Rumbough, was the 'incentive for the
affair. .A profusion of pink roses and
potted plants made an artistic und
beautiful background for the affair.
The women In their handsome after
noon toilets added eclat to the func
tion. The exquisite prizes were won
by Mrs John Klllcott, who won the
first prize, u tull bruBS vase; Mrs.
Willy oung was" awarded tho Becond,
a pretty silk workbag, and Miss Mil
liken received the consolation, a deck
of cards bound In morocco leather.
Among those invited to meet the guest
of honor w'ere MrB. ailllon, Mrs. Mat
thaws, Mrs Gibson, Mrs. Marquart,
Mrs. Kiimbough, Mr Kny, Miss Mar
quart, Mrs. McClure, Mrs. Naylor,
Mrs. Wlllyouug, Mrs. Pratt, Miss Mil
llkln. Mrs. Uockcry, Miss Dotkery
llnrlii'liirs ut Pert linger Knterluln.
Lieutenant Prlco and Lieutenant
Vaughn of Fort linger were hosts at
a delightful dinner Saturday evening
that was given ut their quarters at
tho fort. Among their guests wero
Captain and Mrs. Johnson, Miss Alice
Cooper und Miss Irene Cooper,
'iipfnln nnd Mrs. .Naylor's Dinner.
Mrs. John Hlllcott was the motif
for a handsome dlnnor that was given
Wednesday evening nt Scholleld Ilar
racks. Tho largo circular table, ar
ranged to accommodate twelve, was
elaborately decorated with American
Ileal! ty roses nnd smllax. The dozen
guest cards weio gruliituled with
roses. After dinner the host, hostess
und their guests played bridge
('leghorn. Hough .Nuptials.
Miss Helen Hough will become the
bride of Mr. Percy Cleghoru on tho
fifteenth of November. The marriage
will take placo In tho largest Kplseo
pal churili In Stockton, California
'Iho brldo Is u belle of that illy, con
sequently every ono Is interested In
her approaching marriage, which lias
been planned on an elaborate scale
After tho wedding a largo reception
will be given at thu palatial home of
Mr. and Mrs. James Hough Iho
prospective bride nnd her luotlur vis
ited in Honolulu and posess hosts
of friends In this city. Mr Peicy
Cleghoru is an old resident of Hono
lulu and Is popular In business ilr
cles as well as III society Iln Is n
nephew of the lute ex-Governor Cleg
horn, and Ills many friends ara de
lighted over his upprouihlng h ippl
ncss. Mr. Cleghoru and his bride
will Bpend n portion of their honey
moon in California, hut will fall for
the Islands the Inst of November. On
their arrival In Honolulu they will gu
to housekeeping In u ptetly hung i
low situated on Kalla road, WilKlkl.
First lllrlhilaj ('cleliriiteil.
In honor of her llrst birthday an
niversary, Katherlne lower Warren,
the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Trcuholm Warren, was hostess
at a small party Tuesday afternoon,
to which were bidden u few babies
born about tho same I lino us the tin ill
hostess and six little girls who livo
In tho neighborhood.
Mrs. Warren was assisted In uiter
tulnlng the older children by Mrs.
Edward D. lllanchard. The children
played gained on the lawn under the
trees, nnd In a little mutest Miss
Margaret Thrum w'ou tho .tle, u
little box of toys.
Tho baby hostess' greeted her guestH
from umld the blossoms of a big pink
and white lei, "whldli almost hid her
from view. At half after four le
freshments vveie served lit il long
tnble in the living room, decorated in
pink und palo blue. Tho centerpiece
was u small pink straw chariot,
drawn by two downy goslings har
nessed with pink satin ribbons and
wearing brldlo rosettes of pink. On
the pink und whltn satin cushions of
thu tiny vehicle reposed a small doll,
dressed in while nnd blue, while a
llttlo plnk-oareiKriibblt rode. In thu
nimble as footman and u tiny coach
dog followed at thn wheels. Tiny
yellow chickens acted as outriders
and herald for the falryllko coach,
Silver vases of pale pink asters,
caught with bows of pale blue satin,
wero used upon thu tnble, and Jan
and bowls of pink and white astevs
were used uboilf tho rooms'. Thu
placo cards wero tiny plcturo flames
of pale pink silk, decorated In Jnpu
nese spring flowers und enclosing
laughing pictures of the llttlo hostess.
(Continued' on Pag 13)
MRS. EDWARD JULIUS TIMBERLAKE, WIFE OF MAJ. TIMBERLAKE OF THE U.S. ARMY
The reproduction of "The Cuntir
bury l'llgrluiH" that Is to be Included
In the progi.im in tin; entei lalniin nt
that 13 to bu given at thu Hawaiian
OperahousH next wiik, to lulro funds
for thu 1'ieo Kindergarten und Chil
dren's Aid Association, brings to mind
tho gnat niicciss that was achieved
last year when thU spectacular pro
lesslun was arranged and produced
by Mrs. S.iru I. Xcvvcomh In aid of
the Palatini Kettlemi lit. So liiauy Hal
tering comments were made and the
people weiu ho inthiul.lsllc and voted
It Midi n sue cess that Mis. Neweoiiih
was pievnlleil upon by Mia Alllmi
Wall to plan a float and have tjie
Cutiteihury l'llgrlms appear In the
Floral Parade. Mrs IMvyanl Julius
Tluiberluki' took the part of the
"Wlfo of Ilatho." Mis Tlmberlake U
uulveisally tonsldered one of the
most stunning women of Honolulu,
mid she took the p.ut to pel fiction.
Her iiiagtiljlcoiit carriage ifsslsted tier
In representing this ilinracler, and
her custumu was a goigeous affair
Mrs Sura L. New comb wax chosen toj
take tho pait of the PilorcsH, ou ac
count of her ilassical feat in es and
Doitor lliiiiipluls Is having a gieit
success In Uiniloii. Klutililty Is the
luest thing mid the lliltlslieis appre
ciate this iihl to health and long life
Doctor lluiiiphlls spent Septumbel In
New York, dossing for thn medli.il
meeting, at which he was asked to
read n paper.
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