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HONOLTJLTJ 8TAR-BULLETTN, WEDNESDAY, JAN. in, 1013.
Annouucfcuent was n.mle in S;.o
kanf. Wash., on Jan. 2 of the fnag
inent of Miss AlU'p Shiel, a very well
known aid popular girl of that rity,
iind Mr. George A. MaKldon?y of
this city. Recent paporu Irom fjo-
kane biins news of a number of
fairs given in honor cf the young
couple. Miss Shiel is prominent lu
northwest society. Mr. Mcldowney
has mede hia home hzr for more
than a year. He is a L. other of R. 11.
The Spoaie Chronic! ? of hi. 2
contains the following:
Mr. and Mrs. (Jeoige Shiel of 1219
Ash street today announce: the en
gagement of thtlr daughter,- Miss
Alice Shiel, and George A. McE'.ilow
, ney of Honolulu.
Miss Shiel is well r.nown in local
society circles. She received her
early education in Portland.
Mr. McEIdowney formerly resided
in this cityf" ITe was Willi the Wash
ington Water Power company and
some time Ago went' to Honolulu,
where be engaged in business.
Miss Lieanor Henderson presided
at a pretiy'''kff4tr'WdB8ayeningl'rr'e'derI6 Wiehaan, Mr Walter Ken
when she entertained, at bridge at her
borne, El$04Jllalttfir avenue. The'SfV
fair was In kofior f Miss Alice Shietf
, me npuse Tvss :aecorai9i pretiny
with roinsettlas,1 njietletce and holly.
Thd imta r rt a nam iQYtt-cilrAhAff
i cartoons, representing ; characteristic
features of each guesi. s vocation, I
Miss pig McLcod and Miss.Delh
, Cornell assisted tbe hostess. Honors
at cards went to Mrs. Carl' K4pp and
Dr. 0.: IL Heap. V - 'y v ' '
? Those present, were, Mr, and Mrs.
C. T. KipivMrand Mrs. Lyman Fed,
Mr. and fMrs, R. B Hoover, Mr, nd
Mrs.. Charles Henderson. Miss' Alice
Khlel. Miaa Edna Rvrrt. ltiaa 01ea: Mc
leod; Miss Hazel McLeod. Mts3 EnfcJ
um rwippi, mien aataucui uictt.iuipg
' Helen NeilL Miss Blanche Suing, Miss
Gladys, Nickum. Miss Beth CoroslU
-Mica .iptKtn Anirrtrm. M'wi . innisa
Fisher, kiss Frances Carroll, ' George
McEIdowney, ; Percy : SMel. ! H.';-.M.
. Morey," Elton ; Sberwin, '.. Dr. .C O.
Brown, Dabney 'Weaver, ,; Dr. Harry
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LAST WIGHT TONIGHT
SEE THE REALISTIC DAWSON DANCE HALL SCENE
SEE THE MINERS' CAMP AT N:53.
SEE A STORY DEPICTING LIFE ON A "GOLD" SHIP
SEE THE MIDAS MINES
A RIOT OF FEARLESSNESS A WONDERFUL STORY.
"North of S3 could pass for a story by Oscar Wilde, Jack Lon
don, Rex Beach and Clyde Fitch combined, so epigrammatic
is the dialogue and masterly the situations." Allan Dale, in
New York Telegraph.
A Masterpiece of Comedy-Drama
Chip. Chris Schwabe, A. M.
Hut it Suing and Miss Henderson.
College Club Meeting.
A hundred people gathered at the
Colonial yesterday afternoon to at
tend the open meeting of the College
Club. An informal program was ren
dered by sora- of the club numbers.
Miss Dean satr? two very pretty
solos. Mrs. Cheater Hunn sang two
jf Mis. Krear's son?s, and Mrs. Prear
a-f-jroad "Beyond Poliha'.e." a new poem
, v hicb she has written recently. Mrs.
st?rvelt iendered a very pleasing
piano solo. The last number was an
original lullaby by Mrs. Hunn, the
;.i:-!o1y ana words of which pleased
he audience. After the musical nurr
!f!s were rendi" refreshments
wtie served tr.d tnc remainder -"ofnit the home of Mrs. Frederick J. Low-
tvte uftenuon was devoted to conver
sac!oi:ne. House' Party in Manoa.
A number of the younger members
of society will spend the coming week
end at the Manoa home of Mr. and
Mis. Robert W. Shingle. Among
theje who will be included in the
paity aie "Miss Violet' Makes, Miss
Wllbclmina Tenney, Ml3s Hazel Bnck
la :d. l:iss Vivien Auckland, Miss Hel
en SptldiEg, Miss Rose Herbert, Miss
Hen let Lucas,-Miss Mery Lucas, Mr.
dall. Mr. Bob McCorris.om, Mr. Ed
mund -Hedemana, Mr. Charles Lucas,
Mr Charles Herbcrt, Uilr. James
V1nne and ;Mr, Dhcon Nott and
others I v
Mrs. Charles H. Atherton Entertains.
Mrs. Charles H. Atherton enter
tained at a bridge party yesterday
.afternoon at her hom on Kng street.
The guests of honor f were Mrs.
Straight' and Mrs. Harris, who are vis
iting. Honolalit from Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Straight are
guests at the Hawaiian hotel
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Dance at th Moana Hotel.
The time inteivening" between the
last two Moana dances has been. rather-long
and the affair last evening
was well amended both by local soci
ety;, folk and the officers aid , their
wives who arrived here yesterday.
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Lieut and Mrs. Charles K. Lyman
Were incoming1, passengers "la 'the
Dainty desserts ffozen Hv a Lightning
havt a , smoothness 'impossible
In ordinary freezers.
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THE GREAT NORTHWEST.
V 1 -ri :
Sheridan yesterday. Lieutenant Ly
man is a former Hilo boy and h.is a
large circle of friends here, having
attended Oahu college for a number
of years. Iloth he and Mrs. Lyman
will be given a rcyal welcome in Hon
olulu. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Robinson
(Agnes Armour) will return to Hono
lulu in the latter part of January. The
wedding of Miss Armour and Mr. Rob
inson was one of the society events
of October. They are just returning
from a wedding trip spent in New
There will be an open meeting of
the Outdoor circle of the Kilohana
club on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
rey on Victoria and Lunalilo streets.
The purpose of tbe meeting is to dis
cuss the plans of the circle for 1913.
Miss Violet Makee, who has been
on the mainland for several months,
arrived in the Siberia this morning
and will Visit Miss Harriet Lucas for
The arrival of the officers in the
transports this week will probably
mean that the festivities in Honolu
lu's social world VriH increase.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Alexander of
Oakland arrived in Honolulu this
morning and are registered at the
Captain Walter H. Johnson was a
returning passenger in the Logan yes
terday. He will be stationed at Fort
Lieutenant Andrews, aide to Gener
al Macomb, returned to Honolulu in
the Logan yesterday morning.
Miss Lady Macfarlane was a depart
ing passenger in the Mauna Kea this
General and Mrs. M. M. Macomb
will return to Honolulu in February.
FORMER HONOLULAN ENGAGED
' FRESNO, Cal Jan. L A unique
method was employed last ' evening
to announce the engagement of Miss
Ruth Marguerite Ford and Mr. Henry
Austin . White at the new Year party
at which Miss Zoe Glasgow acted, as
hostess to a party of friends.
With each invitation sent out was
a request that 'each osa 'attending
bring something' novel to be auctioned
off as prize packages. The last article
to be placed in the hands of the
auctioneer was the "mystery box."
When this had been purchased by the
highest bidder and its contents "di
vulged it was the announcement of
the engagement of Miss Ford and
Miss Ford is well known in social
and musical circles in Fresno, being
the organist at the ' Presbyterian
church and an accomplished pianist.
Mr. White, whose former home was
in Honolulu, holds a position in the
traffic department of the Pacific Tele
phone & Telegraph Company.
Major-general Wood in his annual
report endorses the canteen, and sug
gests a merit system for the army
which will eliminate the unfit.
Vasseur, a French aero pianist, was
drowned when his hydroplane fell into
a rough sea and was wrecked.
Greatest Etent Ever Presented In
In Addition to
CLASS -Aw VAUDETILLE
MONDAY, JAM ARY 20
! Mrs. M. Al ee Miller and Party
i to Be in Islands Several
; Mrs. ;. Alice Miller is the most
worthy grand matron of the Order of
the Eastern Star and the bead of that
organization in America, Mrs. Miller
J arrived in Honolulu on Jan. 2, accom
l panied by four friends, for the pur
I pose cf making a tour of the Islands
-"iiF -s- "
MBS. M. ALICE MILLER
and inspecting the local1 chapters of
the lodge, three of which are located
in Hcnolulu and one in Hilo.
, On the day of her arrival here, Mrs.
Miller acted as installing officer at
the first public installation of officers
ever held in this city by tbe Leahl
chapter of the lodge, and It was con
sidered quite an honor by the mem
bers to have her present. At present
she is holding Institutions for the in
struction of the officers' of the local
chapters and when these are brought
to a close she and , her ' party will
leave for. Hilo where aiTinspectiqn of
the chapter there will'4 be made, and
also a visit to the .volcano. The
party will return to Hohohilu In time
to witness the Florade Parade and
the Carnival, after which all. will
leave lur iuc cumu.
' FOrTSIbhRAUE; TOO
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. ,8r Maud
Powell, the noted violinist whdre
turhed from Honolulu " yesterday on
theliner Wilhermina, -would oteven
talk music with her fellow passen
gers in the first .cabin; but after din
ner on Monday she told Captain John
son that she would like to play Five
minutes later all the cabin passengers
were gathered in the dining saloon.
v "Let the music begfnTMhey said.
"Bring the rest of the audience,"
said Miss Powell.
By the reBt, she explained, when
somebody protested that all were
present, she meant everybody on the
ship steerage passengers and as
many of the crew as could be spared
from their work. She had her way,
and then, instead of playing a few
pieces, she gave them a full concert.
WHEN WOMAN DISPOSES.
An interesting case is recorded in
Kansas of a young woman who made
a school primer which certain pub
lishers brought out successfully. Thus
far there is nothing to be astonished
at, but it is rather astonishing that
the publishers then on some techni
cality refused the author a share of
the profits. The young woman then
went to work at law study, passed
her examinations, and bringing suit
against her recreant publishers won
it and her rights in her own book.
This is bow the story is told; but it
is more than likely that the young
woman had a talent for debate and
had preparea herself more or less
before her direct experience of the
need of handling legal arrangements
in the business world crystalized her
determination to enter the law as a
profession. Christian Science Moni
tor. SALVATION ARMY NOTES
Last night the Salvation Army Hall
was packed with an audience who en
joyed thoroughly the beautiful slides
and the lecture by Col. Cox of places
she had visited through Palestine.
Everyone looks forward to tonight's
meeting with illustrative description
of life and work in India with great
anticipation. These meetings grow in
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All vlflitlns member of the
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meets In their halL on
King fit." near Fort,
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Meets erery 2nd and 4th atvr'
day arcpins; at ?:S0 o'clock la
K. of .P. HalL cor. Fort and
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Visiting brothers cordially tarited
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