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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATl fM . Y. TAX l. VM:.
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Z-ifi .4,, I ? hm ! first Friday
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XIss jrarlliR Lonise
IIOXOLCLU SOriKTY; G1KL EX(i. HD TO WVl LAR X VVY flKFIfEH.
'&Ir::a8dirlIi..!JM-'M;''McC3iesBcy'''aT:i)ource the engagement of their daugh
ter, ,Mi8s Alartha Louise, to Ifr. Mijlan Hudson Anderson, U. S. X. The
announcement , of . this engagement today ucs a surprise to the members of
the younger, Bet,; for although Miss McChescey has been affianced for some
time her frjeoda' were not aware of fie fact. . Miss McChesney graduated
from Oahu College In June. ,She received her degree for the general
course, also a diploma In music and In harmony. The young bride-to-be is
one of the-veil-loved girls in the younger set. As yet, no definite date
has been set for the. wedding.
1 IITH THE. SPLENDID BAND of
1 the Second Infantry' recderirg a
1 u medley waltz, throueh which'
ran tbe strains of such old fav-
orltea aaAuld Lang Syne" and "Good
Night, Latties. the farewell dance-giv-;
ea to the. Fifth Cavalry by the 'officers
and ladies of the other regiments of!
Schofield Barracks came td a regret
ful close" shortly before 2 o'clock this
morning. " Freighted with memories
and .suggestion was the music.
with the laft few bars came
to. the 1
dancers' Ite-realization that the words Cavalry. FirstNField Artillery, First
of the old sotgs meant much to them; j Infantry and Second Infantry, to
tbat'auld Acquaintance should not bejgether wifli the national colors of each
forgot, and that "We have to leave you ! organization, grouped together, made
now," was-the Fifth's rehtant fare-; a brave martial display.
well toqiawali nei. ; c Attthv head of the line stood Col
lt was-3k" etrtendl dance; -jiext to onep George K. McGunnegTe, First In
the last - Uaivfcrfeity' Club affalK . the fantry, jMDst commander and acting le- J
most brl'-liact' eeon on Oahu for maiiy partment commander, who gave to,
years, and the SaO. dancers who glided eacli guest a courteous welcome. Fol-,
over, the perfect floor of the Infantry j lowing in the order mentioned were
Amusement Hail tried to f orget. until t Miss McGunnegle. Colonel Wilder and !
the moment of Icavetaking that the oc-! Mrs. Ortoti. of t ie cavalry; Colonel I
caslon 'as to speed old friends over-' and Mrs. French. Srcond Infantry;'
seas, and. gave :themselves up to tlie j Major and Mrs. Cruikshank. Field Ar
full enjoyment of the evening. ? Uiliery; Major Wallace De Witt, nied
The big hall was decorated 1 ical corps, and Mrs. Davis.' Major
flags and green?, and the fluttering 'Julius Pen. Firet Infantry, the senior
Splendid Values iu White Goods
OUR WHOLE LINE OF
3Ic(Tieiiipy - -r-Photo by Perkins
guidons and colors formed an appro
priate background for the white and
gold uniforms of th officers, and the
gowns which were
Oyer, the center , of
trimmed in a border of
of, the hall.
Old Glory. At the 'end
farthest frnm the stage, on which the
musicians were placed, stood the re
ceiving line, flanked and backed by
the color-stands of the four regiments
of the nost. The colors of the Fifth
Mondar Punahou. N'akiki.
Thi"Isij W'ajkiki. Kupiolani H
Park. Kiiiniuki, Palolo. First It
tS Tuesday, Foir Iuer. tt
K Wednesdays Xmianu, Puunui, ti
tl Pacific Heights. First and third ii
t Wednesdays. above Nuuanu
a bridge; second and fourth Wed
nesdays, below bridge; fourth
Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first
and third Wednesdays, Alev.a
Thnrsdaja The Plains.
Fridays Hotels and town.
Fourth Friday, Fort Shafter;
Manoa, College Hills. First and S?
Saturday Kalihi. Third and
fourth Saturdays. Kamehameha
Society Editor Telephone
.officer of the committee which had
! the ball in charge, performed, the in
! troductions. The other members of
the committee were Captain Gibson,
Second, Infantry, and Lieutenant Bow
ley. Field Artillery.
4 The Schofield officers saw to It that
' nothing was left undone to make their
; party a success, and for the conve
nience of their guests arranged for a
.! special train which left the city at 8
: o'clock, leaving Jones station, close to
the Amusement Hall, for the return
trip, at 2:15 a.' m. Lieutenant Mar
tin. First Field Artillery, Lieutenant
Halloran. Second Infantry, and Lieu
tenant Robertson, First Infantry,
formed a railway reception commit
tee, and played host on the special
during the round trip.
Many service and civilian guest3
from Honolulu took advantage of the
clear night to .motor to Leilehua.
The invited guests included:
Of the army General and Mrs. Ed
ward Davie, Mrs. Harrison, Lt.-Col.
and Mrs. Archibald Campbell, Major
and Mrs. Frank Cheatham, Mrs. Den
nian, Capt. and Mrs. Elutherous H.
Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Gamble, tho
Misses Gamble, Capt and Mrs. Clyf
ford Game, Capt and Mrs. Frank P.
Edwards, Lieut, and Mrs. George F.
Turner; Capt and. Mrs. Ralph B. Lis
ter, Major and Mrs. Arthur S. Conk
lin, Lt. Col. -and Mrs. H. J. Raymond,
Mrs. Charles Raymond, Major and
Mrs. F. V. S. Chamberlain, Mr. and,
Mrs. W. A. :.ove. I
United States Navy Rear Admiral'
and Mrs. W. C. Cowles, Miss Cowles,
Lt. J. G. and Mrs. L. M. Stevens, Sur
geon G. Tucker Smith and family.
Paymaster and Mrs. H. E. Stevens,
Civil Engineer and Odrs. E. R. Gayler.
Asst. Civ. Eng. and Mrs. Kirbv Smith.
Asst. Civ. Eng. C. A. Bostrom.
Marine Corps Major and
Wendell C. Neville, Capt. and
Richard M. Cutts, Capt. and
Douglas C. McDougall, 1st Lt.
Mrs. Harold B. Pratt, 1st Lt. and
Ross S. Kingsbury, Lt. Francis
Evans. Lt. and Mrs. Gerald A. John-
son, ton Hunter-Jones, Miss Catherine Ash
Coast Artillery Corps Major and iev, Miss Clements Gift'ord, Miss Mar
Mrs. E. J. Titnberlake, Capt. and Mrs. l n ,jiss Lathan. Mss Frances Cocn
E. Carpenter, Capt. and Mrs. J. S. rar Mi8g Beat"ice White. Miss Esther
Johnston. Capt. and Mrs. C. A. Clark, AVh'ite Migs ladv Macfiriaue. Miss
1st Lt J. S Pratt. 1st Lt and Mrs. AU ".Macfarlane," Miss Marjorie Gii-v-
?a,keo' , ,d U 'Ad 1 i F- ir.an. Miss Margaret Restart k. . fiss
Infantry-Major Herbert O. Wil- J iss He .V T m kot
liams. Capt. and Mrs. George H. Jam- M'ss Beni.ee Hahtead Miss Kati e -erson,
Capt. and Mrs. Otto B. Rosen- Une Pan. Mies Beth Woods Miss Ina
baum, Capt. and .Mrs. Geo. D. Free- j Ferguson, Miss t.lenna M lacken.
man. Jr.. 1st Lt. P. J. Lauber, 1st Lt ?Miss Virginia McCarthy. Miss Mar
and Mrs. Homer X. Preston. 2nd Lt. ' guerite Creighton. Mr. .;ohn Giffbrd.
and Mrs. F. A. Barker, 2nd Lt. and' Mi. Jack Gait, Mr. Erlin Hedeunnn.
READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Irs. W.. , lfCJ. Jtk! Lt Tlioiuas .T
M Kf'IMHilv. 1st
Major a;.-1 Mrs. .!
f a:ni Mrs !.arr
and V! rs. Ailani K
Kivvarl 1 Krov.i
M f--. 1st J.t
S-ht:ins.r. l.-l Lt
f. lft. l-t
Hngiiifors Major aini
M'S . I
U ooten t a
r. vn, Mr Ua:-f . 'I',
and Mrs C:- t-iarn! .
Hr.nn ini. I.t.
C.'C. I.t. and
M is. .Matties. .n. I t
M is IU sson
Civilians -Mr. :uni Mr.- K. ' S;u! 1
inji. Miss H."-!-n Spslilmu. : . an I
Mis. tlf-o. Ho'Iink. H(i,i i !.. t'iMikl'lir.
.Mr. Julian Sinuh. AW-' ( :a:uh- a.!.
.Miss Alii e Cooke. Mr. Ki ! ar.l I'. -rs.
.V.. F. (I. .Ion'?. R Kron. trairl. Mrs
N.ary Ciinn. Miss Hilda on Ho t,
liss Mary F. von Ho't. .fr an' Mrs.
H. M. von Holt. Mr. and Mrs Kia.il
I. Thompson, Mr. W. P.. I.yn;. M:
J hn Evans. 'apt. anf Mrs. r.". S
(Vchran. Mr. and Mrs F. l 'i
Mr. William Roth. Miss Medoia B'o
vlis Marion'Spott. Dr. and Mrs. (' M.
Cooper. Mr. and Mis. We-inruh. M?
and Mrs. Clifford Kimball. Mss i:im
ball. Judep and .Mrs. Willi : in Whitne
Mr. and Mrs. Arc hibald Youiv;. M .v
Pfrtha Yonns. Mr. and Mrs Connx
C. von Hanim, The Misses ;U!ott. .Mr
and Mrs. Arthu Rers. Miss Mary S
Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cood
ale. Dr. and Mr.. Fred Moronu. Mr.
and Mrs. (Jeo-ge Potter. Mr. and Mr.
Fred Macfarlane. Mr. and Mrs. Har:
Macfarlane, Miss Sadik Ma farlano
Macfarlam . Mr. sonnv
Mr. and Mrs C. F.
Dorothy Wood. Mr. Dom
Mr. and Mrs. tin
Curtis. Signor de Aran)
Mr. and Mrs. 'lacntf H. Cooke
Miss Wuerhouse. Mr. I- W. Kedins
ton. Mr. and Mrs. V. K la nip. Mrs
Annabelle Morris. Aliss Mita
Bloek. Miss lice Cornet. Miss Helen
Alexander. Mr. and Mr?. F M
Swan.y. the Misses Swanzy. Mr. and
Mrs. Gerrit P. Wilder, Jude and Mrs
Arthur A. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. ('has.
T. Wilder. .Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wilder.
Judge and Mrs. Whiting, Princess Ka
wananakoa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.
Shincle. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macfar-
lane. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Beck-
ley. Governor and Mrs. Frear, Mr.
nd Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, .Mr. ana
Mrs. Harold G. Dillingtiam. Mr. and
Mrs. George F. Davies, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Tenncy Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Riley
H. Allen, Mrs. Virginia Ring, Dr. and
Mrs. W. C. llobdy, Miss Sarah Cun
nineham. Mi-s Julia Cunningham. Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. Buchly, Mr. Walter
Leap Year Dance At The Outrigger
One of the most successful and en
joyable of the .week' entertainments
was tte dance atNthejbutrigger Club
last evening given fs the feminine
members of the Younger Set.
Reeardless of the tact that PJ13 has
already arrived it was a Leap Ye
dance and the girls chose their own
There were no decorations at the
club, but during the third dance rne
young ladies were given serpentines
which they threw across the pavilion.
The vari-colored streamers were very
pretty and made an attractive setting
lor the young people at they danced
Mrs. A. E. Murphy, Mrs. E. A. Jones
and Mrs. William Haley Hiserman at
cd as chaperone8 during the evening.
The young ladies who arranged ttie
affair were Miss Thelma Murphy, as
sisted by Miss Elosie, Wichruan. Mks
Myrtle Schuman, Miss Beth Woods,
Miss Catherine Ashley, Miss Ruth An
derson and Miss Ruth Soper.
I Among thote present were.
! Miss Thelma Murphy, Miss E'oise
Wichman, Miss Ruth Soper, Miss Mar
taret Jones,. Miss Helen Jones, Mibs
Catherine Jones, Miss laura Low,
Miss Elizabeth Low, Miss Ruth Ander
son, Miss Hazel Buckland, Miss
Vivien Buckland, Miss Miriam Stack
er, Miss Ruth Stacker, Miss Myrtle
'Schuman.'Miss Harriet Lucas, Miss
Mary Lucas, Miss Violet Athertou.
Miss Juliet Atlierton. Mi&s Lauru Atti-
crton, Miss Wilhelmina Tenney, miss
Mildred Chapin. aius Helen Spaldins.
Miss Fanny Hoogs. Miss r.iice Hoogs.
visa Hervl Hunter Jones. Miss C" rich-
WILL BE THE RULE AT
FOR THE NEXT TWO
Mi Kdnmnd n-.!mann. Mr Hob M
' d-riston 'r Osrp. j,--"oni ton. Mr
pf r y l w i-;i. Franeis Coop1'- M.
mon T r:i;- ,. Mr W'-.-nr.f V :rb
b-k'-. !:. A! hi lu nton. Mr DiMn Nott.
M: .lain s :ntf Mr. Williams S a-.-1
.p.. Mi I ti-r McHf'n. Mr A--U
Prow 11. Mr. J.u k C,u:t.i. Mr. KM.nt :ti
''uy. ,FrM Wi.-M-ian i"
1. .!ph ;!-. Mr Ma1 ol:.; TmHI M1
; in C.irf t .
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M r KiU'.v . M : i
M: Hits. M: lie
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l.einard 1 'anion. ''!
Ai'.e:t li .11. Mr
K1 Kirn. Mi. ( h
v aid st't-;i. . Closson Fuinry. .
M'i,tson HalU ii' nr. Mr :-v:il.
! Ot. Mi Cbaib-s (I'M -rt. M ; K:b ri
TiU'lf. Mr V(i.i.. Low. Air. "i!l
Kos:;. Mr W.Utu Knda!l. Mr. K-:vi
K '( h. M' S 1 1 ! ri - ( arr. Mr. llrn''.
r ; .- s nil ' r. Kfn-sf Podniorc
:i- r' t ) crv a ' 1 1 at. i
ii I lie V. l i-k VwlS
Mrs. !,( ! A.
tin- tea a! Ch it'll
Marker eiiterfair.e '.
"11 lirsii.'v a:tinoo;i for li-r motlirr.
Mis. Ilowyman of Pos'la'id. Oregon.
;n-1 f,r .:rs. Uos nb; nni of Fort
Ked and a rem. tae colors expres
ive ot tb- hol.uay season. wtp ,
arrif d rrt in the decorations ,;
poinsctiiu. red carnations. Atncan
daisies and rtd Christmas bells were.
Mrs. Edv.ard 1. Spalding and Mrs.
James Madison Kennedy pound tea
md col'n i' and Mrs. Manton Mitchell
of the First Infantry presided over
be nnnchbowl. Thoso ladies were
issistfd by Mrs. Gerald Johnson. Miss
!iotty Case and Miss Florence Hoff
11r.11. while three charming little
misses cf the fort. Miss Katherine
Kennedy. Miss Dorothy Chamberlain
:nd Miss Elizabeth Rosenbaum help
ed the grown-ups and made a pretty
feature of the afternoon.
Among those present were Mrs.
rioneyman. Mrs. Rosenbaum. Mrs.
McAfee. Mrs. Jamicson, Mrs. Cham
berlain. Mu. Schlanser. Mrs. D. B.
sse. Mrs. Ross Kingsbury, Miss
Betty Case, Mrs. F. B. McStocker
Miss McStocker. Mrs. Cutts. Mrs.
Douglas McDotigal. Mrs. W'. C. Ne
illo. Mrs. Conklin. Mrs. Harold
Pratt, Mrs. Offley. Mrs. Cheatham
.Mrs. Denman, Mrs. Ef finger. Misf
Eleanor Eftinger. Mrs. Mclntyre. Mrs.
loe. Miss Sarah Lucas. Mrs. Francie
Damon, Mrs. Melanphy. Miss DaDhn
Damon. Miss Helen Spalding. Mrs.
Edmund Melanphy. Mrs. John Gam
hie, Miss Gamble. Miss Barrie Gam
ble. -Mrs. Hugh Cooke, Mrs. Lister.
Miss McGnnnegle. Miss Josephine
Smith, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. French. Mrs
Hand, Mrs. Cruikshank. Mrs. Shuttle
worth. Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Game, Mrs.
. Hocking, Mrs. Watkins, Mrs.
carnenter. Mrs. Titnberlake. Mrs.
Clark. Mrs. John Stuart Johnstone
Mrs. Humbert. Mrs. Ressler. Mrs
rjaker. Mrs. Wooten- Mrs. Besson
Mrs. Keahler. Mrs. Gee. Mrs. Han
num. Mrs. J. Ti. D. Mathewson. Mrs
John D. Mathewson. Mrs. Bremer?
and Mrs. nam' VelPr.
Mr. Woodrow Wilson Banquetted.
NEW YORK. N. Y., Dec. 22. When
1.500 people jammed and crushed and
fought their way Into the big ball
room of the Waldorf-Astoria yesterday
at the Democrat woman's banquet
in honor of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and
her daughters, one woman, fearing
she would miss a sight of the wife of
the President-elect, climbed on the
"Look!" cried Mrs. A. Ayres. "Dem
ocracy is on top. Let us hope it will
Mrs. Martin Littlejohn joined in the
laugh, and the pair pressed on tc
the speakers' table.
The central figure throughout the
reception h'h preceded the victory-
ed the gracious attitude cf a woman I
breakfast, as it was called, maintain
so sure ui uerseii nui aur- mh.v.
cnnins Onlv once the nexl
C 1 . 1 r,hA i c- MMtnAlK 1
l.ady of the White House quailed. Af
she rose from her sent a woman rush-
-J 1 !. U1 nf Unr, on1
t-U IOI Willi! IU UIC laiIC Jl urn. I
thrusting her program and a pencP j nesne u iu
toward Mrs. Wilson, asked her auto-1 ers were laid or Miss Martha M
graph. Mrs. Wilson smiled and wrote. Chesne Miss He.en Spalding,. Mir
Mrs Darwin W. Truss, who bore oil Carrie MoLam, Miss Rose Herber
he trophy, turned in triumph to dis- Ml" Violet stoever. Miss Laura At
cover that she had precipitated a "-ton, Mrs.. Adams Miss Fanr
riot. Dozens of women were clam- Hoogs. Miss Hazel Buckland M.r
oring for Mrs. Wilson's signature. As yl Hunter-Jones Miss C richti
Mrs. Wilson drew back Mrs. Truss Hunter-Jones and .diss Ruth McChe
faced them and said in a loud voice: ne-
"Mrs. Wilson will give no a.uto-
eraphs. Sh has said it is impossi- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klamp E'
hie." j tertain.
The guests drew back at once.' Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klamp e
Mrs. John Sr.erwin Crosby, presiding tertained at an informal chowder su
officer of the Women's Democratic per on Tuesday evening at thei
''.rib. :il!tHl ti chair Mrs. li and
Mrs S'.!lr. tiu- present and future
iad'cs of td (lovrrnor's maris.on. left
:""! Mrs Wi!srti.. on Mr Crxsby's
r:u!;t. ;, n -t Mrs Ja:n s A (KJot
ni.vi. v. itb ills. .K ssi : isou and
ir Cayrnr rb n vi iU'ivwlin; cou-
Tbf nceiitiy marri .i-s
ilrtiriri' Nor.it :i ot Chicaut) v .t- on
t!:.- PrtsidiH's left, with M:ss Mar
u.ur Wilsoji. Mrs Clarence Morton
; ihvin f C! i".i!io and Miss Kla.ior
Vv;!son boni At th- extreme Iff t
f '!i tab!.' Mr and Mrs Perr Bol-
oiit wt re seat'l 'i-
Mr.- William Kandclph H-ar?t.
Th re was an aniusin, inoment
Abtn Mrs. Cmsb. callins upn ail
tii ivjoice in "tl.o p-'ople's ciioice of
cliiff adviser to tb- new President,"
proposed a toas' to Mrs W5lso;i aud
!ier dauehters. The hcusf as on Us
ft-et. every giass raiseil. when Mrs.
Hor.ry D. CLyton of Alabama, who
st next Miss Jessie Wilson, turned
;r h-.r! sifyin",: "No. I r-fus'; I can
not dr'tik your health in water.' and
fh p;;t it down untasted
There was another little rinnle
t.eornr- rri iiiiama. repij hik
' ' tne 'fst "The Pre-id-nt of the
1 ... I 1 ll'MI- . -
I niteil Mntes. paused m comnienttiiK
upon the generous opponent Mr. Wil
son had met in Taft to remark that
v ornan's ri.ubis. in the campaign have
advanced to the stace where they
must obtain universal recognition and
he believed rhe natk)n wouK1 have a
.resident who reflected such an idea
of pemocracy. Miss Jessie Wilson
pnnpd forward and elannd her hands
! leaned forward and clapped her hands
nudlev Field Malone replied to the
! tcas( "The Ladies of the White
"If vou want to know who has con
tributed the color, the good humor,
the joy to this campaign look to the
next mistress of the White House and
her beautiful daughters." he said.
Mrs. ViI90n rose to bow her ac
knowledgment at the outburst of ap
plause. As she stood there with her
three daughters, her gown of black
charmeuse veiled with Chantlly lace
she was the embodiment of quiet ele-
eance. The Misses Wilson were stm
ply and girlishly gowned. Miss Jessie
in blue. Miss Margaret in ruby and
Miss Eleanor in palest violet
John Sherwin Crosby, speaking tc
the toast The President-elect," com
plimented Mr. Wilson on the selectlor
of his "fireside cabinet his only kit
chen cabinet." a mot which Mrs. Wil
on appeared to -enjoy immensely.
Mrs. Henry O. Clayton. Mrs. Normal
E. Mack, Miss Edith Reiffert, Mr?
Fisher Harcourt and Mrs. Marie New
haus spoke. The latter toasted th
"God save them all and one for
me. So say we all of us."
Mrs. Crosby announced that thif
was Wilson Day, and steps would b
taken to make it legally so. She saU
that next year it would again be celc
Mrs. Martin H. Glvnn. Mrs. Dudle
Field Malone. Mrs. J. Charles Lintn'
cum, Mrs. John Purroy Mitchell, Mrs
Andrew Cuneo. Mrs. William, A. Cult
Mrs. Eugene F. Kinkead, Mrs. LewJ
Nixon and Homer Cummings. wfc
spoke for "The Spellbinders." wer
others at the table of honor. Mr
Cothran, Mrs. Wilson's sister, wit'
her dauehter, was present in a dot
In a preliminary reception twenty-twr
little girls in charming white frock
.nted in roses the loyalty of th
Miss Ruth McChesney Entertains-
Miss Ruth McChesney was hoster
at a prettily-appointed luncheon loda
at which the engagement of her si
ter. Martha and Ensign Milton I
Anderson was announced. The colt
scheme for fhe decorations was rr
and green and was developed wit
red flowers and maiden hair fern
A large bow of soft red satin ribbc
embellished with bits of lacy fer
formed the centerpiece. Each of tb
guests was given a red carnation li
woven with maile. The little nam
Dainted card marking the place t
each guest revealed the secret to th
ri 113 J V IIIU iiuobcaa -" V- n
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of honor. Little hearts folded toget
er and ornamented with tiny Cupic
were placed on the table, and whr
opened disclosed the names of ML
Handsome New Designs
35c and 30c qualities
Now 6 yds for $ 1 .00
EaUbM 4 I7M
! Walter Baker
For caiinj. drinking inJ cocWlnr
Pure, Dellcloas, Nutr!tous
RrcaktasL Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Raker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened). 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Sale fey Leading G roc en in Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Lid.
DORCHESTER. MASS.," U. S. XI
53 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
home at ' Kanaka- AEoutTfllty guests '
were present to dance the Old Year
out and the New Year In. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Irwin to Re
turn to Honolulu.
News has reached Honolulu that
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Irwin will
return to this city In the near future
to make another visit to their home '
at Waikikl. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, with
Mr. and Mrs, Charles ' Tcmpletort"
Crocker have been visiting in the
Cast, where Mr. Irwin has been seri
ously ill. He has recovered his
health, however, and with his wife
will come to Honolulu: This news is
welcome to local society folk.
During their visit here; last spring
the Irwins and C rockers entertained '
lavishly and were entertained by their
nany friends here. When they are t
igafn settled here there" will be an ,
)ther whirl of galties in their, honor.
: ':, ;, -'v
Or. and Mrs. W. T. M'onsarrat Entr'
tain Informally. .r :
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Monsarrat en
ertained Informally on Tuesday even
ag at their home on Kinau street.,
"urins the evening the' guests . mo-
ored to town and participated In the -arnivaL
Upon their retnrn to, the
Vfonsarrat home a delightful supper
vas served and the party bade fare
veil to the Old . Year and gave the
few Year a hearty welcome. - : r
The affair was In honor of Dr. Mon
.arrat's birthday. -v ' ' N
- . . ; ;ly:
Captain and. Mrs. Cutts Entertain.
On Wednesday evening Captain and ' -vfrs.
Cutts entertained at dinner at
heir home on Piikoi street. " The '
enterpiece for the table was of yel
ow flowers and maiden hair ferns,
overs were laid for Major and Mrs.
V. C. Neville, Major and Mrs. Chea
ham. Dr. and Mrs. Cooper, Lieuten
ant and Mrs. Harold Pratt, Mr, Flar
Id Spencer and Captain and . Mrs.
dinner at the Rathskeller.
On New Year's eve Mr. and Mra.
Tiarles F. Chlllingworth entertained
nformally at the Rathskeller for the
1r. and Mrs. Albert Horner Entertain.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Horner enter
ilned at an informal dinner on Sat
rday evening at the Rathskeller. The
enterpiece for the table was kn artis
te arrangement of Americanf Beauty .
oses. Covern were laid for Dr. and
Irs. Cooper. Captain and Mrs. Alfred
Vloe, Miss Taylor, Mr. Overend and
Ir. and Mrs. Horner.
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Turner and
Mr. Harold Smitn who have been in
Tonolulu for the past two weks wer
oitgoing passengers in the Wilhelmina
Vednesday. Mr.. Turner is better ,
:nown a& Maud Powell the world fam
Goods Co.a Lttdl.