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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. SATURDAY, .IAX. 11913,
reiurning nast-nper in t!i Insan '
TuV(in Mo will ,o stationed at Fort i
the I njjun Tudnv morning.
Mr: Host Kincsbury l as a? 1; -r :
TBae Wmdliris! I
' ho usui:-t ! ir s Roma I)c nf .
Ancrlis. Mits l.ovp is a sister uf
All.-. F'red Kinpsbury.
! Mr?. Kanny lx.e h.TS as her ho,,..'
Kutsts Mrs. I'attcrnon and Mips tier
j trude Joins, who arrived in the Si
I bria last NVednewlay. .
I The Arrival of tbe offlrrs in the !
! transiorts this week vi!l probably ;
moan th.it .--tho Testivities in Houolu.
Is Illustrated Below:
PRETVY WEDDING UNITES KILO GlnL AND WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN OF BIG ISLAND
lu's EO' ial Kt);id will increase.
-Miss Bello MeCorriston. who hrts -bn
on the mainland for several ;
Tiionths, w?.s a hompunii'.n p.uVei- '
per on the Siberia Wednesday.
Mits Emmaline Magoon. ho has -been
visitinp her sister, Mrs. Harmon
Anderson; for the papt mouth, ret urn- ?.
cd to Honolulu in the Sierra on Wed--,
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AFTER PAJtIS SOCIETY is llrcd.of,
soe foolish fa.cr fancy,- the
NewVokcr. tako it Frow
J4ewY6rk'U'Kocsta San Fran-
rin fi-nm thfini.ifn in iiouo-
lulu, and from here tid one knows lis
desiinatldn. Perhaps it just fades tnt Hlnesa of the bride s mother. .vtsr
away ' ' - th . ceremony the. couple left for Kon.
Tho rlJlruioukdances that have bo- where they will isp-nd their -hdnejr:
coir th We inoc-icty orinad oonreturnlng to their home at th
in Pari ndA vericaBsalwaysiJook Corner of t g if vfnd bcj&
to, Pari f brtrew. Ideas in fashions. 'streets ,ia thl cUj.A Miss.Dralm.Hja
The latest-4hlag-In Parisian fadsCls, tho dauhter oF.Rev. and Mrs. Awf tst
ihht nivft'a mmlexidn.Ball match thetDtatrttB " Ot thig'tity; nd s a-Caluor-
gown. Andag all Are skilled lb th
art 4 of face paiWlns, a new jjioteswon,
haf been crealrti:'f he prcfesslonalB
take the pupils to; their etudios wnereLi"o;nii ana . uu ueeu . wunevic-.i
a white face l8ilaeed before them and
they ire "tau&ht the art of applyln?
the new coloring; .The "Madame of
France i not satisfied with Oriental
coloring- Iniefwsttimes; but her face
miiBt bd Oriental in Its cojoring. too.
The rouge pot has been banished and
ItL its place Is a pot-of cchfe. Then
thre is b!ack ind bjue paint for the
eyes and a , peculiar red for the mouth.
To harmonize with the one-sided ' cf
ifect of tbe (rowns the Paris ladles have
takers to making their eyes different
colors and" are fusing bella donna (o
reive Jhe cTTcct:of havin j oue eye larg
er and brighierlhan tbo other.
The English ac:. have' adopted
this crfeeiJed Jtshlon and the peculiar
facial rolonng.v and one complexion
artist boasts that ho has a New York
society woman" for a patron. It has
been predicted that th 'wild fashion
will come to the New World.
One is constrained to ask why go to
po much trouble about it? A little,
Indian war paint and a brush wielded i
byanyone at all would produce a re
sult hideous enough to satisfy the
moFt exacting1 taste, and no one would
assert (hat arty thing but a hideous ef
fect was beirig sought by those em
ploying such lop-sMed methods.
It Is not liktely that a fad so injuri
ous and inane will find even a foot
held in Honolulu, however popular the
gay butterflie$ of fashion in New York
and Paris majr make it. . There is far
too much corqmon sense displayed by
the society matrons here: too great,
an appreciation of the beauty cf fresh-'
KSign of i
TREGAL Silk Hose has
Remember only $1.00 the pair
Regal Boot Shop,
King & Bethel Sts. Geo. A. Brown, Mgr.
''t- -BM :rri
LO, January 11-The vedd:ng o.
Agnes Sage Drahms . and Dr.
Godfrey Douglas Hjndlcy. tot of to
ity, took place on January I, being
very quiet and private, on ictount ofi
fila.gU of great charm, who has been
She la gradaate pf the University ot
with social , settlement worK oxn in
Sar. Francisco and ;n this city.
Dr. HJndley .has "been Jn. Hilojor a
little over a . year and " ftands hi?h
"among the physicians of this Jslad.
He Is -English-by birth. and a gradu
ate, of Oxford. After practicing in
Krgland sor some years, he carrie to
the United Stater, startra? in prac
tice at -Santa Barbara, California,
where he remained for several years
before coming to this -city.
nps miH cpnninpnpKcj fur llipm evor
to countenance or consider, this last i
bit of frckishncss decreed by Paris
Miss Harriet Hatch Entertains.
. One of the -most , elaborate of the
week's affairs was .the dance given
last evening by Miss Harriet Hatch at
ber home at Sana Soircl In compliment
to Miss Alice Cooke and Miss Beatrice
Huge palms were used' in the
and were gracefully ar
ranged in the pergola. Music for the
dancing was furnished by Kaai's Glee
Club. Both Miss Castle and Mis
Cooke have been entertained extens
ively since their return from the main
land and several affairs have been
planned in their honor for the coming
The guests included Miss Alice
Cooke, Miss Beatrice Castle. Mr. and
Mrs. Richard A. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs.
C!arence H. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Cooke. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Castle, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Castle. Mr. and Mrs.
Our new stock of
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Harold Dillingham, Judge and Mrs.
William L. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs.
John Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hawes, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit P. Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert M. Dowsett, Mr. and
A'rs. Benjamin Marx, Mr. and Mrs.'
George Davies, Mr. and Mrs. lohannus
Hederuann, Mr. ami .JIrs. Frederick
Klamp, Miss Klnora Sturgeon, Miss
Marion HaviJand. Miss AUce Macfar-
lane, Miss Mary Ma-farlane, Miss Wil-
Miss Emelie Farley.
Miss Dorothy Wcod, M:ss Helen Alex
ander, Miss Gerfi-rJe Brown, Miss
Alic? Brown, Miss Warn, Miss Edith
WilliaTs, Dr. Ferdinand iiedemann,
Mr. Kdrrund Iiedemann, Mr. Guilford
Whitney, Mr. Burchenell. Mr. Ander
sen. Mr. Carter, Mr. Pratt, Signor de
Arana, Mr- Cyark. Mr. Lob' McCorris
tcm. Mr. Frederick Wiehinan, Mr. Ted
Cook?, Lieutenant . Maxweil, Lieuten
ant Robertson. Lieutenant Campanole,
Lieutenant Rose, Lieutenant Jackson,
lieutenant James, Lieutenant Baird,
Lieutenant Pallem and others.
Dance at the Moana Hotel.
The time intervening between the
last two Moana dances has been rath
er !ong and the affair Tuesday evening
was well nltended both by local soci
ety foik and the officers and ttieir
wives who arrived here on the trans
ports. . "
Mr. a';d Mr
visiln;:; at tl't
-.. Kr-.i Kingsbury are
Mtana Hotci for a few
Mis.; L;i ty Macfml m- waa a depart-
:S pa., ;:n;;r in the Ma una Kea Wed
Mr. and Mrs. flay 12;;k r Ftietow are
sptndinp ih- ipon l; r!ie Water-
1:' US( cnitas" I:ilia!a.
v ajna n arid .irs. !. M. nincle wen'
arrivals in Honolulu tnis wtck anI
are statio ied at Kort Kuper.
Lieutenant Andrews, aide to Gener
al Macomb, returned to Honolulu in
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Donashho arc re
(.ins onpratulations unan ;he ar-
ot a utile dauehter in tucir name.
I Lieutenant Gut'irie was one of the
i new officers who arrived here this .
week to tit stationed at Fort
Mr. and Mrs.
V. M Alexander of
in Honolulu Wednes
j Oakland an ied
day ir.orrirg and are registered at the
C.iiifaia Walt ! II. Johnson was a
Major and Mrs. Wooteu had as tUeir H
housepuests this week Captain arid ;
Mrs. Stay tort, who were anions; th;
new pecplo who came to Fort Oey
Miss Violet Makee, who hag been
on the mainland for several months.
arrivel in t'ie Sil" i hi Vedn"idavi"
and wir v;ait Miss Harriet Lucas for'
Mr and Mrs. Jamfs A. Kennedy and
MiSi. Jessie Kccnedy, who have ben
in California sin?e December, will re
turn to Honolulu in the'" Wllhelniin
next Tuesday. They will be aeeompn'i
ed by Mr. Stanley Kennedy, wlro gra
duated from college this term. " i
Litjut. and Mr. Charles K. iJj-man
were incoming passenserjf ' fn ' IM
Sheridan ' Tuesday. ' Lieutenant Ly
mah is a former Hilo Iroy and h.is a,
large circle, of friends "here, 1 navirts
. attended Oa ha college for a number.!
'v of years. Doth he and Mrs. Lyman.
will be given a royal welcome in Hon
Mr. anjf Mrs. Mark A. Robinson
(Agnes Armour) will return, to Hono
lulu In tm latter part of January. The
wedding of Miss Armour andMr. Rob-
insori was ne of the society events
- of October .?f They are just returning
from a wedding trip spent in New
r 'Checker', 'is tl play as . vividly ver
nacular s 4'The Chorus Lady," but
,v1th,a reversal of personaiitlcg.
- Itt "The CaonitV Lad" It -lias a gisl
of the stage - who" figured 4nbhefl lime-,
light, and she took a boat all the mc-.
U4lghtithat was available. In "tihBekere
It Is a man of the race-trak who ab
sotbB attention from first 'td last, hid
; figure dwraftng that or;every other
.member of the cast. '
"Checkers" Is given an adequate In
terpretation by the Worlds Fair Stot k
company at the Bijou this week. Open
, ing" Thunday night, tile cbmpany is
playing to fine business' arfl'' ton I
pn-mlses a banner crowd to see the
,ig ana sensational racing sene when
"Retnorce." the despteecT'lSft-to-l shot
com'es flying down the track, carrying
not only fortune, but love and life to
"Checkers." the center of the play;
John C. Wray plays "Checker:." with
the boyish irresponsiLriity, tempered
by the struggle for better things, that
Henry Blossom wrote in'o his 6:iv
gieat play of the races. 'There ar
just two big elements in the play, 'one'
being the attractive figure of Cheikers
th other the clever staglpa of tie
viurd act, which shows the fce''v
ring back of the track. The court e'df
the betting odds are used .o fnHicaV.
the story . through this ct 'arid "tjie
excitement of he betting leads tottvc
big clinnx of the racq itself. V
V.orld's. Fair Stock Company stage
the third act effectively, real 'h', 3r"
galloping on the stage with jockeys
There it little chance for any.meuw
Ler of the cast but Mr. Wray, -VU
Brissac has an almost colorless part
as Pert Barlow, the country -girl vyn, j
wins Checkers' heart and inspires his.
determination to make a man Oi him,
self. "PuLh Miller, the tout, is on
U st bet after Checkers. Frank 1 iQQlgv
plays the part of "Push," which is
familiar the country over, with real
nerve and considerable display
knowledge of how touts look and de
Good character work is lone i
Howard XuEent ?s Adoinran Barlow.
KtTt's father, and Ray Hani odd as i
Fncle .leiry Halter, 'i he cast k Ions? J
cr than the milp track at Hot 'Springs
".r.d a mention or all is inrtoasinle. j
James Dillon has a disnereearffle but:
well-handled part as the younp scape
grace. Arthur Kendall, and liuth 'au i
and Lvelyn llamb'y ad to the g-iKra! I
eflett. Even Manager J. C. Bray is j
picsed in'o service for the rase tra
.s-cne md in one short. apparanee .V .
succeed, in getting by. 1
i ORIGIN OF EVIL AS
BIBLE CLASS SUBJECT
No more interesting subject has yet ;
presented itself to the Sunday Morn: .
ing Bible Class at Kilohana Club
rooms than the one announced for to- :
What was it that tempted Jesus?
Was it an embodied evil spirit, or a
mere subjective suggestion? If one
assumes the latter then there arises
at once the question as to what is the !
origin of evil.
All young men and young women as
well as young married people are in
vited to the class at 10 o'clock tomor
row morning to hear the discussion.
I I read ll
must be so.
In the SL.r-Itullelln. H
A f neaut, .. "i ii iii i i . furrw : ..
21 MiflJCU r ilOlUuV. y09;lWl!,o
Our December advertised salelbf
and Player Pianos resulted ; in the disposal -
bince January 3rd we have -added tdi ourr;:
stock Five New Plaver PiaribsV We ;havirMsf?
now a larger
WE RENT NEW PIANOS
STRIKING TOPIC FOR
SUNDAY NIGHT SERMON
The associate minster of Central
Union church, the Rev. A. A. Ebersob-.
lias announced for his sermon topi'j
at the Sunday evening service the
suggestive theme "A Present Oppor
tunity for Every Man.'" '
The situation in Honolulu just at
this time presents a most unusual
combination of circumstances. I wilH
be the purpose of Mr. Ebersole in this J
sermon to indicate how these clrcum- j
stances should be met, and what re-;
suits may reasonably be expected to J
A Japanese iaborer ai Oahu Planta
tion is reported to hae been instantly
killed on Thursday afternoon as a re
suit of being struck by a bolt of light-1
ning. Two Japanese were working
along an irrigation ditch when a storm
was observed as gathering in the dis
tant hills. A bolt from the sky in
stantly laid the Japanese low and he
expired a few miiiu'rs afier l.-iug
a; Carload , of
January 3rd, 1913
and better stock to
Our jnotto-Quick Sales, Small Profits
"and?Easy: Terrrs" is making many
Honolulu Homes Happv
Come Look See
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