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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATmnAT." JAN. 11. 1913.
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. Bishop of Honolulu and Mrsl$iarieik ..annctince the engagement of
Jhelr, daughter, Margaret Frances,' to Mr. Kernold Brodio McUrew, of this
city.i" ' ii'- 1 . ' ,-
Miss Laura Atherton Entertains.
, . On Thursday afternoon Miss Laura
Atherton was hostess at an enjoyable
card party at her home on King street.
The first prize, a silfer picture frame,
was given to Miss Hazel Buckland,
wnue tne4 consolation, a memorandum j;tble Hair. First prize, a bronze pic
book, was taken by Miss Ina Fenru-J t,:re, fell to Miss Hair and second, a
son..; Amon those present were Miss; btkutiful hand-painted Calander Mrs.
Fanny Hoogs, Miss Marjorie Gilman,
Miss v Ruth McChesney, Miss Martha
McChesney, Miss Carrie McLean, Miss
Alice Hoogs, Miss Thelroa Murphy,
Miss Myrtle Schuman, Miss Ruth An
derson, i Miss Dorothy Guild, Miss
Helen Coulter, Miss Hazel Bucklaud,
Migs'Mary Marshall, Mis3 May Mar
bhali. Miss Helen Jones. Miss Margaret
Jones,. Miss Margaret Restarick. Miss
Margaret Wadman, Miss Ruth Soper,
Miss Muriel Howatt. Miss Violet Ath
erton, Miss Juliet Atherton and the
Kaimuki Bridge Club.
The KaimuKi Bridge Club met yes
terday afternoon with .Mis. Arthur
rietcner lhayer. Those who enjoyed
the afternoon wee Mrs. Ernest Gi'-j
Slcke, Mrs. Wade Warren Thayer, Mrs. !
liadies' Muslin and Knit
Underwear at Reduced
Carl Carlsmith. Mrs. R. R. Hair. Ms.
5 .J3U Thayer. Mrs. Ingram Staiablck,
i'rs. Charles Wann, Mrc. James Guild,
Mrs. Ray Reitow, Mrs. Sam B. Peck.
Mrs. Lewis Underwood, Mrs. Z. K.
Myers, Mrs. A. F. Thayer and Miss
Cornell Club Entertains.
The Cornell Club is entertaining at
dinner this evening at the Courtland
cn Beretania street. The color scheme
for the decorations will be red and
white, the university colors. Covers
will be laid for twenty guests.
Danre Given by urses.
! A delightful informal dance was
given by the nurses of the Queen's
Hospital at their home on Beretania
avenue Wednesday evening. The color-scheme
was red and green and the
music was furnished by Kaai's quin
tet club. The invited guests were
Misses gewall. Grant, Hill. Nichols,
Thompson, Low Arnold. , McMinnum,
Hall, O'Conner. McLaren, Shannon,
n roic iioxolclu n
X Mondajs-Punakoti, Makiki. H
Tnrsdays Waikikl. Kapiolani
j Park, Kaimuki. Palolo. First
! ti Tuesday. Fort Ruger. a
in 1VdnrKdajH Nuuann, Puunul, ti
in Pacific Heights. First and third n
n Wednesdays, above Nuuanu
n bridge: second and fourth Wed- n
ItXcesdays, below bridge; fourth n
jn Wednesday, Pacific Heights: first 8
m and third Wednesdays. Alewa B
n Tlwrttdnyg The Plains.
n Fridays Hotels and town. n
n Fourth Friday, Fort Shafter; Hi
n first Friday. 81
n Manoa, College Hills. First and nj
n third Friday. 8
n SafnriaTH Kalihi. Third and tti
n fourth Saturdays, Kainetaaineha n
n Schools. n
n Society Editor Telephone n
tt 2799. n
i Campbell, Dobson, Young and Mcln-
ao.. ci. uuUu,
Banks. Genoves, Simpson, McLaren,
Griffith , Changy, Murray, Kinslea,
Sample, Jackson, Rothrock, Schute,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Goodale Compl
On Tuesday evenins: Mr. and Mrs. R.
J,R. Goodale were the guests of honor at
1 : a prettily appointed dinner given by
Major and Mrs. AVIlliam P. Wooten at
their hon?e at Fort De Russy. The
fygi j : color schef ne for the table decorations
?Vvl J as yellov and the center of the table
' wa3 fl,,ed w,tn a basket of yellow as
J5j itors. Coders were, laid for Mr. and
l&g Mrs. GootUe. Major and Mrs. Conklin,
.'SW Major an l Mrs. McClure. Captain and
Mrs. Cuti; and Lieutenant and Mrs.
Harold Paatf and Major and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.'Bnice Cartwright to En
tertain. Mr. and Mrs,- Bruce Cartwright Jr.,
are entertaining- at dinner this evening
in compliment to Miss Callie Lucas.
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The Service Bric ge Club.
Mrs. Georgje E Turner was hostess
for the Service Xjridge Club on Thurs
day afternoon at! her home at Kame-
i hameha school. Among those present
were Mrs. William .P. Wooten, Mrs.
Jamieson, Mrs. Cheatham, Mrs. Den
man, Mrs Edwaitis, Mrs. Neville, Mrs.
Matheson, Mrs. 'burner and others.
Miss Marouerite' Wadman Entertains.
One of the few entertainments giv-
en by the members of the younger
8eK, lhWee ym wetfInner. ?I
which Miss Marguerite Wadman is to
be hostess this evening. The center-
plece (or the Uil. wil. b. . attract -
and maiden hal : ferns. Covers will
be laid for Mhss Myrtle Schuman,
ill lOO I OUUJ SO, 1T1 IBS Vli-C I1UVB,
Miss Hazel But kland. Mr.. Vernon
T0t,t,ov Mn Ti Mrtft AfloTvrll
A ValalV f Aa.C JL'AJWM A V V A J
Hoogs, Mr. Walter Love and Mr.
james Morgan. i
Mrs. Rosensaum Entertained.
Mr. Jamieson Df Fort Shafter was
hostess at an attractive bridge party
on Wednesday afternoon for Mrs.
Rosenbaum. Among those present
were Mrs. Rosenbaum, Mrs. Timber
lake, Mrs. Woot n, Mrs. Johnstone,
Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Conklin, Mrs.
Raymond, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Harold
Pratt, Madam Piatt, Mrs. Matheson,
Madam Mathesor., Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs.
Preston, Mrs. Frederick A. Barker,
Mrs. Freeman, jjlrs. Honeyman, Mrs.
Cutts and othesrs.
on our whole stock of Dry Goods for the balance of this week.
in HOUSEHOLD LINENS, Blankets, Bedspreads, and Comforters
: The Society Opera.
The intereM of i,ty is n'ntiml
largely upon the priMlmMi-n of the
society operetta ' The Tourist The
renearsais ar.- Gfmanaiag tne greater
snare of tn time of many a matro
and ma I and they fi thit their ef
forts w.'I le nwardd as "h- su ss
of the affair is a sur-tv. Thos- Aim
hnve b en allotted leading roles hiw
t;een heard often in imisica! entertain
ments and as many of them have
taken part in similar productions
these in charge have no fear that any
stage fright will he in evidence Aside
from the principals there wiil Le a
i-vy of attractive y- i:r.g ladies in th-
h-Tli- -.-i t tne .ea;;ty Of the
Mi- Sarah Lucas Hostess fcr the
On Wednesdav a ternccn Mis Sa
rah I ucas was hostess for the t'ard
' Club at her heme on Lunaiilo street.
The prizes, boxes of correspondence
I enrds were taken by Mr?. Morris and
.Mrs. Ccrald Johnson. Amone those
; nresent were: Mrs (lerald Johri-on.
! Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Harry Wilder. Miss
; Florence Hoffman. Miss Omnia Wad
I man. Mrs. Adims. Miss MeCorriston
and Miss Karah Lucas.
Judge and Mrc. Wiiiiam Whitney En
tertain. Miss Alice Tooke and M;?s Beatrice
Castle were the complimented guest
at an enjoyable dance -last evening
riven by Judge and Mrs. William I.
WTiitney at their home on Dole
Graceful branches of bamboo and
I ropes of white flc
an artistic back j
owered vines forimd
grcund for the huge
t begonia-fil'e 1 iar'Mers t' at were
evidence in the ball room,
As the affair was given in honor of
two of the members of the younger
set the gue3ts with few exceptions
were members of that set.
The Juvenile Bostonians Spend a
Christmas mid Snow and Ice.
A letter from "Mother ' Lang ot the
Juvenile Bostonians told of the Cnnst-
mas spent by tne company in Minne-
si ta. Thougu there was ice and snow
about the city and the young folks
were forced to wear he; vy clothin?
they tried to make their Christmas aa
. ...',. . .., ,
Hawaiian a possiWe. Mrs. Lang wrot
of tne celeLration in the following
manner: "About seven oclock Christ
mas evening, u.dn't you hear the faint
strain of Aloha Oe? Surely they must
heve reached you. Alter a toast nid
been said tor our Honolulu friends
lriends Mis Helen Thorn sank the Mrs:
few notes of the song very soltly and
tweetly. oon all of the old member.,
jr ined in, and the roof fairly shook
with the tremulous beautiful melody
i oh it never sounded so sweet."
Mrs. Lank went on to tay that the
tong was enjoyed by many peopie,
Lcnie who had been in Honolulu an l
by others who have never visited tue
beautiful isles. She-said that "Aloha
Oe" seemed rather 'sad for the occa
sion but when DoCe' Canfleld produced
l.er ukelele and rendered the "Hono
l.iln Tomboy,, and a number or similar
lr.eiodies the cpmpafay who wt e here
a sort time a&o brfghtenw!.
Honolulu Bovs Entertained In
Over sixty Honolulu boys and gi'lJ
who are attending schools and col
leges around Boston were entertained
a: a most unique Thanksgiving dinner
by Miss Little, who is a former resi
dent of Honolulu, and who visited here
last spring. The young people wero
taken to the. woods on a picnic where
they enjoyed an old t fashioned dinner
Many of them were experiencing their
frst winter where the ground was
snow-covered, and the greater part of
fho Aav annt n makine snow and
I Rising snow balls,
, r F .--,,-
. UUXJx ot KmM etCr-
afternoon for her house-guest, Mrs.
Denervod, Mrs. Cox's little bungalow
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wa "'y i"?trt.!Llthm.
d with copper
Clark And Mrs. A. R. Gurrey, Jr., as
sisted with the refreshments.
Lieutenant and Mr. H. F. Nichols
Lieutenant and Mrs. H. F. Nichols
rre entertaining at a buffet supper
this evening at their home at Fort
Rut"r. The invited guests include
Major and Mrs. Edward J. Timber
lake, Captain and ""Mrs. John Stuart
Johnstone, Captain and Mrs. Edward
Carp'enter. Captain w and Mrs. Clark,
Dr. and Mrs. Baker, Major and Mrs.
Conklin, Lieutenant and Mrs. Hum
bert, Mrs. Renssler. Lieutenant and
Mrs. Barton and Lieutenant Pratt.
Fine Values in Nainsook,
Long-cloth, White and
Colored Dress Goods.
, Honolulu Gefer to be
. treat drkl of rju-r, st is a!wa.-
display ! in out-of-tcwr. sports and trie
a'nlttts at Schofiv'd will take
lr of th--t
of :u.?4t;; fihei
v. .n r ::,- ra rer ::u mh rs .-a .
a::1 .-So to dou i. this aT' r.in. n .t:: !
.' a:? nd the goll n.a; ii iefv. ,
the t;! :i ttam and th-is- i:H;(.-- : i i
that form of sport at Sc:vfu .d Thi-i
v ning the officers ot that pc.-t
entertain th- visi'ing tani at .!;:v .-
aiit! tomorn w i.icth ta:ns vr;
)o H?.!iwu ami v.iil pay a
V - t?-- r,;v)S Entirtairic f,
Ai . s. . art" - h of Aii a ev.
a: a p'tttilv appcin'e.i !ur.'
. r. a'
the .Moana Httel Xittrday
l uthtr Severance ;:-d Miss
Sevtrarife of HMo v':o ha'e bfe.i
visiting in Honolulu for z few days.
Ti e fat U' was filled with an attrac
tive artistic arrane ment of delicate
.ink hefcO-'Vls. The triKFtS IncliHled
former rtfridents of Hilo. all of tem
old friends of Mrs. Stverancp and the
hestess. ("overs were laid tor Mrs.
l.i;thr Severance. Miss Helen Sever
M'ice Mrs. (-ulick. Mrs Giles Cere.
Mrs. ( H Hofeaartl of Kauai and Mrs.
Freak Dances Threaten. Washington.
WASHINGTON. January 1. The
"Mutiny Hug." "Turkey Trot" and oth
er modern dances threaten to play
hob with Ihe plans of the committee
chargtd with making arrangements
for the Presidential Inaugural ball of
Wihon. As ? social feature the stcck
of the inaugural ball has been below
par for many years. As a practical
institution designed to produce funds
for the inaugural celebration, the ball
has been regarded as indispensable.
The ministers of Washington ami
i many statesmen say now unless as-
surances be given that the "Bunny
Hug" and "Turkey Trot" shall be in-
terdlctid there will be no inaugural
1 ball in 1913. When this news was
' conveyed to members of the inaugu-
ral committee each and every one of
them took a trip in an airship. They
had been proceeding on cold lines,
and these called for an inaugural ball,
tickets to which were to cost J5 each,
and yield, all told, the $100,000 or eo
Members of the inaugural commit
tee declare if the ball is cut out Un
cle Sam will have to foot the bills.
They do net believe it would be pos
cihlo tn flninpa tho afl.iir unless Ihpv
I ,d jye assurance tnat suD
script ions be returned in accordance
with the time-honored tradition. Mem
bers of the inaugural committee are
willing to prohibit the "Turkey Trot"
and "Bunny Hug," but have doubts
whether such prohibition could be
King Manuel May Wed His Cousin.
MUNICH. January 1. The latest
announcement in regard to a bride
which the dowagers are to provide
for Manuel of Portugal was made to
day. It Js said he is to marry his cou
sin, Princess Augustine Victoria,
daughter of WWLaiu. of Uohf naollero.
Manuel has teen pajttng repeated vls-
j its to all the relatives of the young
i Princess. She is the only Roman
Catholic among the Hohenzollerns.
She is but 22 years of age and is
said to be a great beauty.
Reception at the Home of Governor
i:nd Mrs. Frear.
An unusually large number of towns
folk as well as tourists were present
tt the reception at the (Jovetuors
home on Monday afternoon. In the
absence of Governor Frear. ActVng
Governor and Mrs. Mott-Smith receiv
ed with Mrs. Frear who was also as
sisted by Mr. and rs. Willoit of
The bougainvillea branches whhh i
are so beautiful at this time of the
2 ear were used In the decorating an.1
greaUbranchei.' of . were seen both in
ti e reception room and in the lanai.
Mrs. Luther Severance of Hilo, Mrt.
Frank T. Dillingham and Mrs. W. W.
Hall assisted by Miss Juliet Atherton ;
and Miss Muriel Howatt served re
freshments. The atternoon was unusually pleas
ant and the majority of the caller,
lingered for some time talking with
eld friends and meeting strangers in
the city. Some among those who ceil
ed were, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno K. Myers.
Mrs. Arthur Richardson. Mrs. Egbert
A. Roberts, Mrs. Percy Martyn Pond.
Mi. and Mrs. Charles H. Hitchcock,
Mrs. Arthur E. Alredge, Mrs. G. Fred
In'ih, Mrs. E. B. Hyde, or Spokane
Mrs. Boggs of Pittsburg. Mrs. Henry
Bit knell, Mrs. William H. Hoogs, Mr j
t.nd Mrs. Charles M. Cooke. Jr., Mr. i
ftnd NJrs. Frank Hooes. Mr. J. i '
'i"rj- ! f H.trold T l.inds.y, Miil
1 '.:a Atherton. Mrs. i II. Atliertoa,
' r. Marv ! cCorvieil. Mrs Nelson L!
l-.r-Mas. Mr. Ralph S Hosrr.er. M -.
l! i.etter of Saa Fr:i. im(,. 'dr. anJ
rs rem,:. Mrv :.a!i,:., (,arte:i
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IVi ;i.ji uf . itle. '.I ! . ;: "ler.t;
i t)ak'ani'. :. . . it o '
. n Oliver. Nl! A! . ;;,. r. o; K"
1 no. Okl.... M'.s i:-'. ' .th rton.
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.rs V.'illiarv F l'otw:n
Kt'uln I' ire Mr?hi'li.
Cakley. Miss Hoo.r. '
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r(ke. Mrs. Lncio AMe'lrre. Mrs .1 V
Wirren. Viss Maiioi Hav1lnd. Mrs
J. W. Ackerson, Janires Con-;!i'
KWaXe. lne'it. stji! .Mr.. (',. F. flnm'i:
Mrt. Johu M. Uesrler. MIfi U 'I
lit-". Mi3s Medil!. Mrs. Jul.n St?a 1!
Johnston. Miss Post, l.lcut. mil Mr
If F. Nichols. Dr. Charlf's 1 Itae-.
,aior and Mr.. 11. J. Timlxrlike. Miss
MiJone. Mrs. W. F. Ctrr of 'lev',uil.
Mrs. Palmerstjn White, .Mrs. Fram-is
Fnie'ds. Mist-. Inn v Maxwtll. Mrs. Koh
rt Mict. Miss Cla-k and Mm. F. W.
Judge And Mr$. William L. Whitney
.In Ige and Mra. William L. Whitn"
rr eitfertain'ng at a din'f on Friuay
Miss Marqaret Rftarick To CrVnt'l i
M'ss Margaret Rest. trick has Invita
ti ns out for a enrd party to tak"
pi ice o:i Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Jamieson Entertains.
( Mr.. J. mieson of Fort Sharter 1s
er tertaining at cads this afternoon
101 Mrs. Rosenbaum.
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