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HONOLULU STAR-RULLETIN, WKhXKSlu Y. .TAX. '2K W13.
Mr. Harry A. White Weds Fresno
A mamas' of unusual interest to
fr:n!s all ovr-r Mawli ia th.Tt of Mr.
H.'.rry A. Whitr. of Hiis .ity. and M'rs
Huth M. Font of Fresno and formerly
r Wireons'n. The marriace w :s
solemnized at hie
January 20. at Frf
TMlthonsh tl.c lr
solemnized at hieh noon on Monday.
iride Is not per onjl
; known here, report speaks of tier
as an exceedingly attractive nnd ar
t oniplished younR lady.
Mr. Hirry White is the son of Mr.
nn i Mr. E. O. Wh'.'e ofMhis ritv an1
has friends all over the islands. H
was born In Honolulu and received his
Knimmar and high srhool education
hue, gradtntlflg from the high school
v hen It as on Emma street. !? '
vent to Stanford University. Rraduat
in. in IfllO and at once taking im a
Vbislnesg career, where he has made
J'y'pid prosrers. Hn'erins the einTlrv.
li the Pacific Telephone an ! TpI"
prjpn Company, he rose step by stei
until lar-t Julv he was advanced 'o thf
lofeition of traffic superintendent of n
larpe section of the southern pa- o
California, with headnuar erg at Fres
no, where be met Miss Ford.
Misi Ford Is from Wlpcons'n. ihn
dnuphter of Mrs. J. c Ford, of Farro.
fche has been I'v'ng in Frerno for eev
'vral rers. After" the marrlaee on
January 20 the youn coup' Jeft F-'-n-j
to ipena part of their honeymoon
' In San Fracisco, and word front them
,AII U13 a liCU inca CCCay
ypSUlVrS SC3TENG SmT. :
milt I Titling, wrfth prflact tdecca. It lotto ttm maw
Raytptia. cure iid cote, sad the beat fMMQ far
eWrue. SoUbrDnmtM. Rtremndutkfir
Uriu II S dOGinillg DJTCp i
; t'M lor wtt tbsa hre ceortiooAr . I
By Special Permission of
MISS OLGA NETHERSOLE
Virginia Brissac as Sapho
A Better Play
at the latter city was received yester-
following account of the nr-
l'i-ngements for the wedding published
i'i ji Fresno paper, will be of interest
tit the friends here:
"The marriage of Miss Kuth . M.
I i (i and Harry A. White, whi-h will
be an event of Monday, is alv orbing
n..(h interest from the friends of the
I mpular young ounle. The ercinony
i to take place a h?gh noon at the
. home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Pardee
Ki::gs, Rev. Thomas Boyd officiat
in;.. A pink and white color scheme
i:. to be observed, roses being the
blossoms nnd i supplement of green
eiy lending a pretty effect to the at-tu-ctlve
"Miss Ford Is to be gowned in r
lorely model of rrepe reteor, made
entraine with white rh'ffon overdrap'
ami ornamented with pearl pessemen
ttrie. A bertha nnd sleeve orrmnen
t; tlon of Venetian lace will lend rich
ness to the costume. She wiW carry
liliies of the valley.
"Miss Zoe Glasgow wno is to be her
onlv attendenjt iii be at ked in whit
crepe de chirm with pannieres of pink
striped chiffon. With it she will weir
a hed dress of pearls In bandeau ef
fect, with a Wrd of paradise at the
bide. She will carry a shower of pink
tilde's meld roseB.
"Uttle Margaret Cosgrave and Ken
neth Piatt will serve as ribbon bear
era, Amwi; he out. o' town guests
who will h- in attendance are the
br'.de's mother, Mrs. J. C. Ford, who
nrlved several davs po from Fargo,
Wisconsin.-and Ralph Sanhorn, of San
I''rncisco,-iWhQ la to serve - as best
nan.. ; .1
"The wedding breakfast will follov
the ceremony the color scheme being
j p'nk and vhiie."
Double Engagement Announced
At Schof ield; Will bo Follow
ed in a Short Time by Double
A delightful surprise was given the
military, folk1 of SChofleld Barracks
ception &t the quarters of Captain
Mrs John R. Tnomasr Jr., the en-
announced to two of the
of the army officers
stationed on Oahu. The engagement
of. , MIeb Isabel Ray, . McGunnegle,
Makeftho Best Jc Cream
Use Less Salt
Dainty dessert frozen in a Lightning
have, a smoothness Impossible
in ordinary freezers.
& CO., LTD.,
daughter of Colonel George McGunne
gl First Infantry and department
commander, to Lieutenant Phil Sheri
dan, Fifth Cavalry, was announced,
and also that of Miss McGunncgle's
guest. Miss Josephine Smith, to
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
hapDy young brides-to-be.
Miss McGunnegle arrived at Scho
field 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 fttughter is
also one of the most popular young
ladies at Schofield.
Lieutenant Sheridan is at present at
Fort Iiuachuca. 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
McGunnegle, 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 weR selected ptpo
gram. Mrs, Thomas and her mother,
Mrs. Vhite.. received the callers and
made the announcements while Mrs J
Alfred Aloe-and Mrs. Phlllipson re
ceived with Miss McGunnegle 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.
Robertson chose the delicate pink hi
biscus for her decorations and baskets
of the tropical blossoms were arrang
ed throughout the house. Mrs. Rob
ertson was assisted during the after
noon by a number of her friends and
by a bevy of attractive young girls.
An enjoyable musical program was
arranged and several 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 prettify 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 'Wala
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 Miss Lillian Robert
eon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Robertson.
Mrs. Ross Kingsbury to Entertain. s
Mrs. Ross Kingsbury is entertaining
informally tomorrow afternoon fori
Mrs. Fred Kingsbury and her sister,
Miss Roma Love. v.
An All Picture
ONE WEEK ONLY
De Lux Series
Mrs. I). K. Metzger. of Hil. wi!l ar
rive in Honolulu in a few weeks and
Mr. and Mrs. Mtzgor will occupy tiiC
Fairweather cottage on Kinau for tlie
next three months. Mr Metzger is a
senator-elect frcm Hawaii.
Mrs. S. G. 0. King, who has been in
Honolulu for several months as the
guet 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 thev were in Honolulu.
Miss Lydia McStocker. who has
been visiting in the east for the past
few months, writes from Philadelphia
that she expects to return to Hono
lulu some time in March.
Mrs. Edward Hlancharil made a fly
ing trip to this city this week. She
in Honolulu on Sunday and
returned to Hamakuapoko, Maui,
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 Mongolia 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 Robertson, 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 t
Shanghai, Friends of the company
here will be interested in reading the
following under date of January 1:
"There were two remarkable .things
about the. opening , performaacs of the
1 cghes Musical Comedy Company,
last evening at the Victoria 'Hall, it
Mas the most .enthusiastic musical
comedy entertainment that has been
given in Shanghai for many a long
jear and It was witnessed by the most
enthusiastic audience that ever pack
ed a Shanghai theater to the doors.
"It was simply a screim. tha''s all,
jiut as they said in the bills!
"At the doors people were1 almost
strapping o get In. Inside they lined
thf aisles and almost overflowed onto
the stage. Never before has the Vic
toria experienced such a sight.
"There were two reasons why Ce
audience enthused. One was that is
was 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 an 1
everybody did, with a vengeance.
"Clever comedians, pretty girls; ex
ccllent singers, excellent songs; a
snappy piece full of snappy lines, and
r.ction that not only revived, but swept
This is 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 this
clever company in the side-splitting
comedy '".My Friend From Australia.'
Commercing Thursday night this com
pany will produce for the first time in
Honolulu "Who's Who." This corned)
is a cyclone of fun it L a military sa
tire strictly up to the minute.
The song numbers are all new and
the coiMimes will be all new and up
to the Teal standird.
On Friday night the "Teal Oik k
lir:gs" will have one of their famous
contests which were so popular on
tl ere last visi
There will be two shows nieht'v
ttarting at 7.1 and ! o'clock will be
1, 20 and '.W cents. Get the habit,
come early and avoid the rush.
MRS. McLAIN DEAD
Succumbing to heart trouble i'loir. 1
which she had been afflicted tor mar- j
ly a year, Mrs. Haley McLain, wile of j
John Mci-ain. nari resided in Ho j
nolulu thirty-five years, iie.l shortly,
betore t o'clock yesterday oenin at
her home. 1231 Matlock avenue Mrs.)
McLain was horn at Antrim. Ir'.an l, 1
and next Sunday v as to nave l,e"n j
her seventy-fourth birthday. She is ;
survived by four children, ail of whim ,
were at the bedside hen si patted ;
on. They ar .Mrs A K. Murphy.,
Mrs William Minmn and M ss Sadi" ;
icLain. of Honolulu, and lrs. W. 1 1 '
Heiserman of Hilo. The fjucrn. vill
be held this afterno;).i ind will be j
TRY THIS FOR A (OLD.
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy has
won its great reputation and extensive
sale by its remarkable cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can be j
depended upon. Try it. Sold by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
agents for Hawaii. advertisement.
Tko oafy bstidng powc?
cstzSo from Royal Crs$o
nt 2ro2ia of Tcrtsr
CoUs. UoLbo Phc:ph:lo
THE A4T R. E
(Hotel Street, Opposite Y. M. C. A.)
T ON I G H T
till.. r.:.Nj c.AM.
my menu nuui
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
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in the City
JAMES GUILD CO.
from. Healthy Cows
The cows that furnish our
milk are regularly inspected by
the Territorial Veterinarian and
not allowed to remain in our
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witness the care observed at
milking time to preserve perfect
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times as many parts to wear.
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Wall & Dougherty
Alexander Young Building
The kind that
We have them in
all sizes from 1
pint do 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.
lOol Fort St. Phone 1782
Fine Prints of
With the improvements in our
framing department we are aid
ing new shipments of art prints
of standard pictures and great
Come and look them over.
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street Near Hotel
Largest Pacif.e 8viUi
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Young Building :
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All kindt'. Wrapping . Papers ant) v
Tulne Printing' and Writing Paper.- i '
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Office in. the Telephone Build- ,
Telephone 547 ,
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- , . , -Winter
Millinery at Greatly reduced
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TAISHO VULCANIZING CO LTD.
Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires
Also Tube Repairing
180 Merchant, nr. Alakea TeL 2197
S. 8AIKI. Mgr.
Anton Stance & Bra,
German confectionery and fancy bakery
Pound, citron, currant, coffee, sponge
and fruit cakes, home-made choc
olate candies and German
1183 Alakea. nr. Beretania. Phono 3793
of Ail Kinds
DEALERS IN LUMBER
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Queen Street Honolulu
Thcyer Piano Co. Ltd.
ANO OTHER PIANOS
IM Hotel StrMt Phone Hit
CHEMICAL ENGINES ANO
For Sale by
J. A. GILHAN
I read It tn the Stnr-Rallftia.
mast be so.
J read it in the Mar-Tlulletln. It
mast be so. .