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TTONOLFLU. STAR RFLLETIX, ATrRh.Y. JAN. J. V.sX
Geary Street, above Union Square
Furop ai 3lan $1.50 a day up
Americaa Plan $3.00 a day up
Rrw Keel aid hiict" structure.
Every comfu.'t arid convenience.
A higr- class rot.;l tt very moderate
rats. In the cente- of the arre and
retail distric:. On far lin-.r fans-f-t
ring to all putts ot city. Electric
omnibus rneMs r!1 irair.s and
senr.ers. Hotrl Stewart r-C'jgruzed
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Baths, most delightful climate, splen-
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Via the Pali 32 miles; rates reason
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Newly Renovated Best Hotel
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;.-:! Hi Honouilu Uiii):"
; v it rs prevail unv -;ir iii"f . V i,', ,-.-.. . ? ' . . Til
uu. probably ! a whir! of so- 2' ' J':''V; ; ;; -,v'.,f
Ifial entertainment- dr.rin. :h- n- 2 '.', " ;"fr " , V 1 '
I !.i p.,! w-i.r, tlu-rr- b b. ..v ' XtAC , , . ',V .
i:.ii..btr of social ima-( im-nis tbat Hvrvl!'i JA - 1 .'-- .V,'f?"V'w.vJ ,
' ..-,v uumen ,iu-;.u J;.i:uarv umJ Feb- rS4Vr I
'r:,an v hi!. ,h, -ntiie lent.:. . a.on Jt Ir ! K; .
A pr,y ,a,,cy. tbat. and .v.-,. . jlf A L ' '
dt v oted (0 luiritablf .oi ii
A itrf-tty laiicy. tbat. and t-v-ii (In
i:if inticrs ot thf xouitt-r aitni.w mnt
c !;it. obiM-rvp it.
a t h.ua
haritablo organizations. Th .Minute
Ciwb, one of th' organizations t'oraid
airtoiij; tbt? f-'irls of the younut r st
wjtii social tiitortainiiient
and spnt their time sevia
And so it was with all of th !tibs.
A iiumbt-r of the card l;ib ir.frdy
I dispersed durinu the lcnten ht-ason ,
I and rtKUinoTi their mcotir.es at th.'
clf.se of lent.
Thin year a zood many of the so-
I ciety women will devote a large fharej
j of their time to the ttudy of religiotii-. .
Tlil., -.sMt.f. will ioL'a n!-is lnpinr .
1 llin I UUI Dl n 111 1I7 K.W
lent under the auspices of the Wo-
men's Board of Missions. Several of j
the ministers here have consented to
lecture on The world religions andl
the course will perhaps call forth a j
ood bit of study for those who wish 1
to have some knowledge of the sub-;
j.cts to be handled before they attend
The arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam i. Irwin and the, Teinpleton
(."rockers last spring at the close of
the lenten season seemed an Inspira
tion to the local Smart Set, for many
entertainments and the dances, recep
tions and' dinners that ensued were
large in number and attendance.
If the lrvin8 carry out their in
tention of coining to Honolulu this
year the same program may be fo'.-
Msdam Powell Entertained.
i On Saturday evening Mrs. Emma
! Drier entertained at and elaborately J
eppointed poi supper for Madam Maud j
And so it was with all of thp clubs. 1 bv . VWI
. Fowell, Mr. Godfrey Turner and Mr. i '
j Harold O. SmiU. j ' Photo by Perkins.
The Puunui home of Mrs. Drier was j Miss Theluia Murphy, whose picture appears above, was chairman of
beautifully decorated tor the occasion the Leao Year Dance Committee. Practically al! of the arrangements or
! with red roses and carnations. The the affair were made by Miss Murphy and much of the credit for the
'table was covered witn misses of e1 ! success of the affair is due her. Miss Murphy has a sweet contralto
' voces and carnations and foras while j voice and will take part in the society opera. ' The Tourist," to be pro
' at the Place of each guest was a long ! duced here next month. The young !ady is exceedingly popular in society
led carnation lei.
Ernest Kaal with twenty of his Glee
Ciub boys played Hawaiian m'usic f , , , ),
through the dinner nour and during Kuests was a streamer of pink ribbon excitement, for young people in full
t evening wfcile the guests danced and wnen at the close of the lunch-'dress are se:dcm seen riding in hay
Among those present were. Madam these ribbons were pulled, little wngoa in the streets d Honolulu. The
Powell Mr Godfrey Turner, Mr. Har- I envelopes were disclosed. Upon open- party consisted of Miss Ma.-guerUc
n elm. m nn.t Mn w I !ing the n'08 the Puests fomid , Ct cighton. Miss Harriet Lucas, Miss
:?!tv Mrs VL Lj? lAle names of MIS8MC-: Mary Lucas. Miss Hose Herbert. Miss
Mrs. Brodero, Mr. and Mrs. A. . bea
bury, Mr. C. C. Cate, Mr. Ernest Kaal.
Mr. Howard Case. Mr. W. 1 Artan s.
Mis. Emma Drier and others.
Princess Kawananakoa Entertains. .
t . ""ii.
One of the inoct elaborate social
functions of the week was the recep
tion at which the Princess Kawana
nakca entertainfd at her home on j
Pentacoia fclreet on Wednesday. The
affair was in honor of the princess's!
birthday and a large number of Hono
lulu's social eltct called to-pay their ;
respects to one of the fairest of th.-1
The princess was recipient of a ;
large number of floral gifts and manv ,
pieces of violets sent by friends were
arrantred about the rooms. lively
fragrant roses in many hues were I
also in evidence. A large number of
the flowers were yellow, and the
charming hostess herself wore sev-'
eral of the ima leis. Some among j
those who called during the afternoon j
were, Princess Kalanianaole. Mr. anJ ;
Mrs. Charles F. Ciiillingwortii, Miss 1
Margaret Maclntyre, Mr. and Mrs.
kMwiir.l R ;llnnohnrd. Mr and Mrs. .
I L'l.l... OmitK 1f onH Mrc I 1-' .'
Sheedy, Mr. and Mrs. George P.cck-'
ley. Mr. C. D. Wright, Mr. and Mrj. ;
Robert Shingle, Mr. and Mrs. James :
Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. derrit Wil-J
der, Mr. and Mi. Yalter Macfarlane. I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods. Mr. and !
Mrs. J. M. Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. Cat!,
Widemann, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor.;
Mrs. Roth, Miss Freeth. Mrs. Marv
Berkley. Miss Irene Dixon, Mrs. S.
(I. O. King, Miss Mary Low. Mr.
Booth, m Sam Parker. Jr.. Mr. W
Dixon. Mr. Ernest Parker. Mrs. Joh'i
Calmer. Miss Helen Kimball. Colonel'
Sam Parker, Mrs. M. M. sVott. Mrs
E. K. Freeth. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ma-
faiiane.: Miss Alice Macfarlane. Miss
1-ady Macfarlane, Mr. and Mrs E. IV
Tenncy, Mrs. Helen Noonan. Admiral
and Mrs. Waltr Cowles. Colonei
I Wilder, Mr. anTT Mrs. J. M. Dowserr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macfarlane. Mr.
Marv (Junn. Mr. Cecil Brown. Judg:"
and Mrs. Arthur Wilder. Mrs. Con
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der. Mr. ami Mr?. CharWs Wilder.
Dr. and Mrs. Barnes. Mi.-s Edith
f Cowles. Mrs. J. F. C. Hagens. Mr
J Alice Brown. Mr. Dunbar. Mrs. (iussi.
'Schmidt. Mr. L. R. Stockman. Miss
' Helen Cray. Mr. Kronstad and others.
Miss McLean Entertains.
Miss Carrie McLean entertained at
a. prettily appointed luncheon ester-
day afternoon at her home on Bere-
lania street. l ne kucsis r.u imieu
nine of her former classmates, to
whom she announced her enu;i-c::ieni
to Mr. Alfred W. Latin. s of Wahiawa.
The centerpiece for the h:n!iton
table was a basket of dainty coil
BniTier roses and maiden hair ferns
while some of the little flowers with
the lacy fern fronds were s atten d
upon the cover From beneath the
basket to lite place of each of Mo-
Fir'-.- ' UliljL .... , ... av I"-'.. ..V . .-J!. .
land is a leader in many of the school
! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus E,
1 I onn find r h.n mQ li n L'n rnfPl npr
I with a tiny gilt arrow. The announce-
. ment was a surprise to tne guests ,
, and the hosvss was immediately!
! showered with congratulations and
' good wishes. Among those present
i were Miss Ruth McChesney, Miss
Martha McChesney, Miss Sarah Pratt,
Mies Juliet Atherton, Miss Violet
Atherton. Miss Laura Athertou. Miss
Mnriol Hnu'ntt lic Pannv I Innrs
m lee M.i,.; o..
Mrs. G. K. Tackzbury Entertains.
On Tuesday Mrs. (J. K. Tackabury
was hostess at a uelighttul luncheon
and afternoon tea at Yida Villa. The
siiciiitj jui Kin. uruMduuii9 was I
red and was carried out with red car-
nations. A large Christmas tree was
in the reception room and as
lnillo H i m moit tVii Hnrlioht tt f
J V . n' .iiiiiu 111C UllkVllp,lll 11IT7 LI 171 j
was lighted eh ing a comfortable cozy
Mrs. Tackabury has
lulu onl a slid t time
been in Hono- j
and has made
many friends. She is well known in
the musical circles and has taken part
in a number of entertainments. Her
guests on Tuesday were, most ol them
musicians, and a delightful impromp
tu program was arranged, tb.p hostess
hers If sinning a number of solos.
How. Some Socio' Folk Wvut to the
A number of tlie your.g people who
wore invited to i i:e lean year dance
last eening took lat'ur a novel ve
hicle V) earrv then; to their lestina
tion. Instead of pro. tiring an auto
mobile they rode in an old-fashioned
hay-wagnn. As they drove through
the city streets they created some
w. '. ' W"Wl i, '
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Social News From Washington
By C. S.
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entertainments, hhc,,. is the only
Murphy of this, city. -MM
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I Walter Mciienn. Mr. Charles Herbert.
Wr KvUlv, Hedenia.m. Mr. Ed
A (ifr!s' D.i nee.
"Reuben. Reuben. I've been thinking.
What a nice world this would be,
If the bovs were ?, transported
far bevond the Nortifern Sea."
I So sang e.i:e of tie younger girls in
! Oahu College. I he song inspired
j some of Lot fui!-loing classmates;
with 0. noval idea, and thtv Jectdefl to ,
give r dance and invite i;o boys. T!ie ,
affair took place last Thursday oven- 1
) ing at the home ot Miss
Some of Cio "-i' ls wer j aske I io
Kike the part of boys, and they wore
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asm rM hi ii-u oiiirr f;nis in
1 tae uanco. tmiv a lew invitations
XK f'rr' i-"ed
limit only a
;tk1 as tbevp w;,s aue
few of the youngest girls
o, ti'o y;i:;;gr sot we- invited.
Among !:: .so prescr.r were Miss
Mary Sr.itb. Miss Dorothy Winters,
Miss Eleanor. Garib v. Miss Gladvs
Halsfead, Miss Rut it Fan ingion. Mr.
Mildron (".-.apin. Mr. Rachel Woods,
Mr. Rut;i Staeker. .Nfr. tler'nr'e Rij
lev and the kcs?. Mr. Vm'z Gibson.
Judae Dole Host at a Pirnic Wa'k.
, Mir-s lle!i: Mis-, l-.'i iza'oet Ii
Low. Mi.-s Tb Iota Murpiiy. Mis.-,
Ruth Staeker. Mi.-s Lnrta Low and
Mr. Worlds Low were i ho guests
Judge S. ii. pn'c 'oday on a picnic
; walk. 'I b- parf. !ei town early this
groining and walked up Niiiianu vai-
ley. over Mt. ( M n1 pi; and it; Paloln
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K AMI MKS JAMKS L. Mr-
LKAN s::i!'un. o tiir eneace
t' mi' of ti ir Ua';hter. far. t.
C,(f-r M.l.a:: to Mr A! '.red
h a:iu ct Waitia'-'. a
ia :r-Ms- ti ir r.iaiiv
t. it li'ii t.. a;;nc-.r.. ;:! wa
u ' ai a l iii' ' on w,.r. ,1 h
"a a fr.i:ir .!: r.: a' i i:; ' t
an I tta-I'ia! wi-ti ho.i'r- i:i
i' ! curse i t' t: ;ii She lia !, n
i-t.? ir. i.i M'uM.nr. .'a'rifornia tor
M t iai m ! hs ar. I re'.arne. -.o ttc:i
i.i! i t.ur a tov. v. . ks ai.o
(ri.iitn New Year Pari).
A delightful New Year's patt was
uA.-n b-- .Mi. and Mrs V Ornii-ton
u' tl.eir charming home on Kigluh
a''!,u. Kaif.uH The guests imi-si-.tt-il
of tl e Pii'.oiD So ial Club netn
bi is t a. . is took in t. ' f i r.-1 i.att .f
uu veaing ami ff'.rn ten m niidni'it
tiar.cing was ind-.ilgvd in After we!
ecir.ing ti.e :i-v. y-ar rei reshn..'ins
f re cl
Mrs. Clifford higii wac a departing
'passenger in the Wilhelmina Yednes-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wood are
looked to leave in the vlnmt Koa
todav for Hilo.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Voting are re
ceiving congratulations upon the arri-
i val of a daughter in their home.
Miss Alice Mutch has returned from
a six months' visit in the East and
has taken hr position at Wuiahoie.
Mrs. Edward Blanchard who has
been isiting in Honolulu during the
holidays, left for Ilamaknapoko yes
! Mrs. Helen Storrs, who has been
i visiting her sister, Mrs. F. J. Ixiwrey.
for several months, was an outgoing
passenger in the Wilhelmina. She was
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. How
ard. Mrs. Howard is another sister of
Mrs. Lowrey who arrived here a few
weeks ago and made a short visit.
The committee for the dance to be
given at the Ktinalu Boa: Club this
evening has completed Its arrange
ments and feel sure that the affair
will be In every way a success.
The , invitations are limited and
each member has but three guests
Since the organization of the boat
club the entertainments that have
taken place there have been enjoy
able and consequently are very pop
In Hilo Soc'ey.
Spocial Star-Bulletin f'orrpypon.Vncel
' HILO. Hawaii, Jan. 3. A very
ruiet bin very pretty wedding took
place at 9 o'clock in the morning of
New Year's day when Miss Agnes
Sage Drahms, the daughter of the
Rev. August Drahms, pastor of the
First Foreign Church, was married
to Dr. Godfrey Douglas Hlndley. of
this city. The ceremony took place
j.t the home of the bride's parents,
being very quiet on account of the
illness of Mrs. Drahms and for the
same reason 'the arrangements were
ontirelv in the hands of the "Oh Be
.loyfuls,' an association of local
young ladies. The parlor and din
ing rooms of the Drahms home were
beautifully decorated and a delicious
wedding breakfast provided. The
ceremony was conducted by tne Rev.
A. Drahms, Dr. Charles S. Stow act-i
ing as best man and Mrs. E. E. Rich
erds a matron of honor, i iie youns
couple left immediately arter the
wedding breakfast for the volcano,
where they will spend tiic:r honey
moon. The wedding of Miss Blanche Car
men Canario. daughter cf Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Canatio, of this city, to
Mr. Benjamin Othello Wist, took
place on Saturday at the home cf
the bride's parents. The ceremony,
which was performed by Uie Rev.
Father Aloysius, was very quiet and
took place in the parlors of the
handsome Canario home on Volcano
street. Miss Mildred Canario acted
as bridesmaid and Principal .Icrne
pan of the local high schoo; acted as
best rran. After the ceremony c
wedding l-.tncheon was enjiyed by
those present, following waich the
veung conp!e left for their honey
moon at the Ciater hotel. They will
trake their"iome at Pahala.
The dance given on New Year's
eve by the management of the Hilo
hotel was well attended and greatly
enjoyed by many of the .oivnspeoplo.
Bunches of firecrackers vied with the
music at times in the evening and a
; generally peasant and happy tune
w as cn joyed by all.
j '1 he wedding of Miss eiora Allen,
jpriialpal of the- PepeeKeo school, to
i lames T. Renfrew, the station agent
o this city. tooK place in the hirst.
l-oietgi: i uiircii on ."u:uiay last, i tie
:'.ev. haiiiMM officiating.
('banes F. Wood, of t ho Break
wa or Conipan and ah-ro backer of
i lie loi al sweet in. e.itnfa.i.. eame
ui on fli. Sunday Mauna Kea. re
firiiing ' on Monday. He will h ave
:.r 'ii a.eicaia. accmipauiod by Mr.-,.
Wood and bi sijn Donaid, tiy th.r-Mi.-.-oni
ian. coing as far as Salina
( i 'iz on i be American-Hawaiian ves-s-1.
He expects to be la X in Ha
ai i in about two months.
T!.e wedding of Miss Elizabeth'
i'.e. i a an. v ! o ha- been i a.-ldng at
I'jpaikoii for i lie last year and a!
i.a-f. to Mr. Wiiliam Napier. ( hi f '
naineer of the Ha .vi platua.lon. Ko-1
haia. look place a week ago Satur-!
day night in this eit.
Over a hundred children in Kohala
v.er.. made happy through a Chri-.;-nas
tree gien a' the courthouse in
K( l:;'a by Mrs. Henry Beckley. A
'i'oing ideiiiro bow added io the en
tertainment and ea h ( hild roeeived
I read it
niiit be mi.
in tl.e Star-Hullclin. It
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