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HONOLULU BTAB-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY. .TAX. 20, 101.T
MM IKTY l'KKSON I.S
Mr. Harry A. White Weds Fresno
A marriage of unusial interest to
fr.ls all over Hawaii is that of Mr
Harry A. Whit p. of this - it v. and M'fs
KiMh M. Ford of Fresno and torrr.rly
f WWcansin. The marri :f v.;s
solemnized at high noun on V.ornk;. .
j.inuary z at r rtno. ( l.
Althoimh the hride 1$ not per. on il
i known here, report speaks of h
5ih an exceedingly attractive and a-
-omplished ycm? lady.
Mr. H-rry White is the son or Mr
nni Mrs. V. O. Wh'.'e of t iis city sni
has friends a'l over the Islands. H?
as horn in Honolulu an1 received his
grammar and hish school education !
here, fcraduatinR from the high : chool
vi'tn it was on Emma street. H
went to S'anford University, graduat
ing in 1910 and at once taking tip a
business career, where he has made
rnpid progress. Hn'ering the enmlov
o the Pacific Telephone anl Tele
graph Company, he rose step by rto
until lar. Julv he was advanced 'o the
1 option of traffic ruperlntendent of
lrpe lection of the southern pa-t of
California, with headquar ers at 'Fres
no, where he met Miss Ford.
Miss Ford is from Wisconsin, the
daughter of Mrs. J. ( Ford, of Fargo.
She has been living in Fresno for se v
rral yers. After the marriage on
January 20 the young couple left Frts
rii to i pen ;i part of heir fconeynnon
In San Fraclsco, and word from them
An Old &cl Well Tried Kenedy
; lots, winslows sooteing sykuPw
Im txea mcd by kiiliioM of mothen for ttir duUm
while trctiiMC, wkk perfect luccen. . h td tern Am ra
DaytpM, cum wind enkc. uxi k tim be tmcdy tof
dunrW. Sold b Dnwmlk. - Bt tmremnd s for
I r (1.1 O
filrS. lllaSICW S bOCinlCg bynip
, jikb w aton uu inn tencraoas. , ,
By Special Permission of
MISS OLGA NETHERSOLE
Alfonse Daudet's Classical Drama
Virginia Brissac as Sapho
A Better Play
:i t!w- latter city was received yester- daughter of Colonel George McGunne
day. gle, First Infantry and department
The following account of the ar- commander, to Lieutenant Phil Sheri-K-ngements
for the wedding published dan, Fifth Cavalry, was announced,
in a Fresno paper, wijl be of interest; and also that of Miss McGunnegle's
to the friends here: guest. Miss Josephine Smith, to
. "The marriage of Miss Ruth .f.
. V( Trj and Harry A. White, whrh will
'be an event of Monday, is ab. orbing
I rr;.(h interest from the friends of the
;i I'Ular youn? (ouple. The ceremony
j i- to take place at high noon at the
h.Miie of Mr. and Mrs. Don Pardee
j Kipgs, Rev. Thomas Boyd officiat
! iiiju,. A pink and white color :cheme
j ii. to te observed, ros- beins the
1 ) Ifitcnm? nnA t timnlemetif of preen-
eiy lending a pretty effect to the at
t's ctive room;.
"Miss Ford is to te gowned in
loely model of crepe reteor, made
entraine with white th'ffon overdrap-"1
tiro ornamented with pearl pe;semen
tcrie. A bertha and sleeve ornamen
tation of Vene ian lace will lend rich
nf fs to the costume. She wi'ji carry
lil lies of the valley.
"Miss Zoe Glasgow wno is to be her
on!v attendent wil- b3 a; i--ed In wait
crepe de chine with pannieres of pink
striped chiffon. With it sbe will weir
r be"d dress of nearls in bandeau ef
fect, with a bird of paradise at the
fdde. She will rarry a shower of pink
ttfde's maid roses.
"Little Marearet Cofgrave end Ken
ne'h Piatt will serve as ribton bear
ers. Amorg he ont or own guests
who will fc? in attendance are" ihe
bride's mother. Mrs. J. C. Ford, who
pi rived several days ago from Fargo,
V.Mecons'n, and Ralph Sanborn, of San
Francisco, who .is to serve as best
j The weddin? breakfast will fol!ov
t the ceremony the color scheme being
l?nk and vhl'e."
Double '"Engagement Announced
KehotiUd: Will be Follow
ed in a Short Time by Double
A delightful turprlee was given the
military folk of Schofitld Barracks
yesterday afternoon? when at the re
ception at the quarters of Captain
and Mrs. John R. Tipv&f, Jr., the en
gagement of the . belles or : the garri
son were announced to two of the
uiubi filial ui uc aiiuj vuivcid
stationed on Oahu. The engagement
most popular of the - army officers
or Miss , Isabel Ray McGunnegie,
Make the Best lee Cream
Big Ice Savers
Use' Less Salt
They Run So Easy
Dajnty desserts frozen in a Lightning
have a smoothness Impossible
in ordinary freezers.
& CO., L TD.,
Lieutenant Joseph Andrews, First
Field Artillery. The announcements
created quite a stir in the post and
the officers and ladies from the post
as well as many of those from Hono
lulu called during the afternoon and
showered congratulations upon the
hapoy young brides-to-be.
Miss McGunnegie arrived at Scho
fieid in the early part of last summer
and since that time has been one of
the leaders among the younger folk
at the garrison. Miss Smith who ac
companied the Colonel's. .lughter is
also one of the most popular young
ladieB at Schofield.
Lieutenant Sheridan is at present at
Fort Huachuca, where the Fifth Cav
alry arrived last week and the time
of his return to Honolulu is not yet
known but it is likely that the young
officer will return in a very short
time and that the home of Colonel
McGunnegie. which was formerly
King Kalakaua's hunting lodge will
be the scene of a double military wed
ding in the very near future.
Captain Thomas' quarters were
beautifully decorated with fragrant
American beauty roses for the affair
yesterday afternoon and during the
receiving hours the First Infantry
Band rendered a well selected pro
gram. Mrs. Thomas and her mother.
Mrs. White, received the callers and
made the announcements while Mrs.
Alfred Aloe and .Mrs. Phillipson re
ceived with' Miss McGunnegie and
Mrs. A. G. M. Robertson Entertained.
One of the prettiest teas of the
week was that at which Mrs. A. G.
M. Robertson entertained on Monday
in complement to Mrs. Robert Hair,
who is visiting at the Colonial. Mrs.
Robertsqn chose the delicate pink hi
biscus for her decorations and baskets
of the tropical blossoms were arrang
ed throughout the house. Mrs. Rob
ertson as assisted during the after
noon by a number of her friends and
by a bevy of attractire syoung girls. '
' An enjoyable musical program was
arranged and Beveral ladies, including
-the hostess sang and rendered selec
tions on the piano.
Mrs. W. C. Hobdy Entertains.
On Friday Mrs. W. C. Hobdy enter
tained at a prettily appointed luncheon
for her mother, ' Mrs. Evan T. Warner.
Covers were laid for ten, including
Mrs. Evan T. Warner, Mrs. B. F. Dil
lingham, Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mrs. J. B.
Atherton, Mrs. Frederick J. Lowrey,
Mrs. C. H. Dickey, Miss Mary Alexan
der, Mrs. H. P. Baldwin, Mrs. E. I.
Shepherd and Mrs. W. C. Hobdy.
Little Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Wallace Christened.
On Sunday the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Wallace of Waia
lua was christened. The tiny girl was
given the name of her grandmother,
Caroline Georgia. Mrs. John Kindred
stood sponser for the child. Mrs. Wal
lace was formerly Misb Lillian Robert
son, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Robertson.
Mrs. Ross Kingsbury to Entertain.
Mrs. Ross Kingsbury is entertaining
informally tomorrow' afternoon for
Mrs. Fred Kingsbury and her sister.
Miss Roma Love.
An All Picture
ONE WEEK ONLY
De Lux Series
Mrs. O. E. Metzger. of Hi!o. will ar
rive in Honolulu in a ft-w ks and
Mr. and Mrs. Metzger wili occupy tho
Fairweather cottage on Kinau for ihe
next thr- months. Mr. MKzger is a
senator-elect from Hawaii.
Mrs. S. G. O. King, who has been in
Honolulu for several months as the
guest of the Princess Kalanianaole
and other relatives left in the Mon
golia this morning with her son. Ralph
Bishop Fallows and Colonel Fallows,
who were through passengers in the
Manchuria today, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Ingalls dur
ing the time they were in Honolulu.
Miss Lydia McStocker. who has
been visiting in the east for the jtast
few months, writes from Philadelphia
that she fxpects to return to Hono
lulu some time in March.
Mrs. Edward Blanchard made a fly
ing trip to this city this week. She
! arrived in Honolulu on Sundav and
returned to Hamakuapoko, Maui, on
Mrs. Robert Hair, who is visiting in
Honolulu, will leave for Maui in a
short time, where she will visit Mrs.
Amelia Hair of Hamakuapoko.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Loomis. who
have been at the Moana for the past
few weeks, were outgoing passengers
in the Moigo'ia this morning.
Dr. and Mrs. Stoner, who have been
visiting here for the past few weeks,
were outgoing passengers in the Mon
golia this morning.
Mrs. George Wallace of Wahiawa is
spending a short time with her moth
er, Mrs. George Roblrtson. on Arte
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Baldwin were
departing passengers in the Mongolia
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hedemann were out
going passengers in the Mongolia this
Miss Mary Alexander was an outgo
ing passenger in the Mongolia this
Visit Blom's store, corner Fort and
Hotel, and note .the tremendous clear
ance bargains. advertisement.
HUGHES COMPANY IS
BIG HIT; IN SHANGHAI
The China Press gives the Hughes
Comedy Company a warm welcome to
Shanghai. FTiends of the company
here will be interested in reading the
following under date of January 1:
"There were two remarkable things
about the opening performance of the
1 ughes Musical Comedy Company,
last evening at the Victoria Hall, it
m as the most .enthusiastic: musical
comedy entertainment that has been
given in Shanghai for many a Ions?
year and it was witnessed by the most
enthusiastic audience that ever pack
ed a Shanghai theater to the doors.
"It was simply a scream, that's al!
jmt as they said in the bills!
"At the doors people were almost
strapping to get in. Inside they lined
the aisles and almost overflowed onto
the stage. Never before has the "Vic
toria experienced such a sight.
"There were two reasons why Cie
audience enthused. One was that is
w is New Year's Eve. But the other
and the greater, was that the Hughes
Musical Comedy Company took things
by storm. Everybody went there ex
pecting to have, a good time and
everybody did, with a vengeance.
"Clever comedians, pretty girls; ex
cellent singers, excellent songs; a
snappy piece full of snappy Jines, an1
r.c tion that not only revived, but swept
This i. a feeble epitome of the way
it got over the footlights."
TEALS DRAW GOOD
HOUSES AT POPULAR
A crowded House again at the Pop
ular Theater last night witnessed thi3
clever company in the side-splittin:;
comedy "My Friend From Australia. '
Commercing Thursday night this com
pany will produce for the first time in
Honolulu "Who's Who." This comedy
is a cyclone of fun it h a military sa
tire strictly up to the minute.
The song numbers are all new and
the coj umes will be all new and up
to the Teal standard.
On Friday night the "Teal Duck
llr:gs" will have one of their famous
coptests which were so popular on
tl ere last visit.
There will be two shows nightiv
ttarting at 7.15 and 9 o'clock will be
10. 20 and 30 ceats. Get the habit,
come early and avoid the rush.
MRS. McLAIN DEAD
Sumimiiir.g to heart trouble tiorr.
which she had been afflicted for mar
ly a year. .Mrs. Daley McLain. vviie of
John McLain. who had reside in Ho
nolulu thirty-five years. Jietl shortly
before 'i o'clock yesterday eenin.; at
her home. 1231 Matlock av;-mij. Mrs.
Mcl.ain was born at Antrim, Ireian 1.
and next Sunday was to nave -.een
her seventy-fourth birthday. She is
survived by four children, ail of whim
were at the bedside when she passeJ
on. They are M-p A. E. Murphy,
Mrs William Minton and :.f::;s Sadi"
dchain. of Honolulu, and Mr. W. 1
Heiserman cf Hile. The f.rierai will
be held this afternoo.i ind will be
TRY THIS FOR A COLD.
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy has
won its great reputation and extensive
sale by its remarkable cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can be
depended upon. Try it. Sold by all
dealers. Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd.,
agents for Hawaii. advertisement.
I read it In the Star-BulIeUn. It
rmst be . - .: .. .. -
Tho only baking powder
isissdafrom Royal Grzpo
Cream of Tartar
(Hotel Street, Opposite Y. M. C. A.)
"My Friend From
Raymond Teal Musical
First show at 7; Second at 9.
Entire Change Thursday
Featuring the bunch? . .
(Pick the winner yourself!) ,
We carry the most complete line of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
in the City
JAMES GUILD CO.
The cows that furnish our
milk are regularly Inspected by
the Territorial Veterinarian and
not allowed to remain in our
producing dairies unless in per
fect physical condition. If you
could see one of our milch
herds at pasture: if you could'
witness the care observed at
milking time to preserve perfect
cleanliness, you would realize
that the milk we deliver Is clean
milk ,from healthy cows.
Are Built of
An absolutely reliable turbine
pump is direct connected to an
absolutely reliable' distillate en
gine. No gears; no governor;
no lost motion; no batteries;
nothing to play with. No ma
chine made that will do the
same work, with less than three
times as many parts to wear.
GEO. H. PARIS
Wall & Dougherty
Alexander Young Building
V. "-y vi
The kind that
We have them in
all sizes from 1
pint to 25
Ask for Recipe
Phone Household Dept.
In Button Boots stands for the
newest. We have these in
Black Vici Kid $5.00
Black Dull Calf $5.00
Black Dull Calf $4.00
They make you feel younger.
Shoe Co., Ltd,
10ol Fort St.
I read It In the Star-Bulletlo. It
Fine Prints of
With the improvements in our
framing department we art add
ing new shipments of art prints
of standard pictures and great
Come and look them over.
Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic1 V
Fort Street Near Hotel
Largest Pacific Souvenli
; Ster In the World
rt AWAI I V ftoUTH
: ; SEAS CURIO CO.
V ' Young Buttdlnj
' t: .
THE STORE FOR QOOD
- All kinds v Wrapping Papers . s c 3
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers.
AMERICAN -HAWAIIAN ' PAPER &
r . 8UPPLY CO LTD.
Fort' and Queen Streets ' Honolulu
Phone 14 1G Geo. O.Galld, Cen. Mjr.
: REGAL DHOZ3 .
are made on tie latest London, TtxU
sad New . Tork Custom Lasts. .
- .. QUARTZB B2ZZ3- :
REQAL SHOE STORL
XIn'a ViHd Bhel StreMe
v. Onfy sstsbllshmsni mi tS - Islaxi
quipped te do Dry Clssnlna.
Exclusive Vet Inexpensive Headrjtr ,
I Harrison Blk, Fort St." nr. Berstar.!
Office In the Telephone. Build--Ing,
Adsms Lane ' . . -: ;
Telephone 847 . ' r
MILLINERY STOCK-TAKING 'SALE
Winter Millinery at Greatly reduced
Prices ?K K: ' '
- ' .;
MILTON PAR SO N S
1112 Fort St. Pantheon Bids.
TAISHO VULCANIZING ACO LTD.
Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle Tlrts
Also Tube Repairing
180 Merchant, nr. Alakea TeL 2197
S. 8AIKI. Mgr. r . .
Anton Stange & Brd
German confectionery and fancy bakery
found, citron, currant, coffee, sponge
and fruit cakes, home-made choc -olate
candies and German
1183 Alakea. nr. Beretania. Phone 3793
of All Kinds
DEALERS IN LUMBER
ALXEX & K0BIXS0X
Queen Stieet Honolala
Thcyer Piano Co. Ltd
AND OTHER PIANOS
1M Hots Street Phono PT1
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND'
WATCH MAN'8 CLOCKS
For 'Sale by'V ; .,
J. A. GIL M A ?I '