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run HAW'MMH star, Thursday, jmt rorz
The advantage of belonging to a woman's club need scarcely bo urged
today. The practical help It offers In ninny fields of women's work, the in
Bplnitlon, the added zest to life it Hives, are now old stories. The woman
who does not belong to a club does not know the pleasure and the profit she
i missing. One has to belong to a club to fully comprehend just how much
Bho getB out of it. But there Is one advantago not always thought of, and
the benefit of which is really growing. And this Is that membership In a
woman's club gives one almost a national acquaintance. It opens friendly
'doors in a strange city, brings advice and help in an emergency, annihilates
loneliness when moving into a new neighborhood, really makes the world,
no matter where one goes, friendly.
This was Illustrated recently In the case of a club woman whose child
was taken sick whilo traveling. Instead of having to depend for a doctor
upon chance inquiries at a hotel, she called up the president of the woman's
club of the town, explained who she was, told her extremity, and instantly
warm, friendly services were at her disposal. A good doctor and a good
nurse was recommended, and almost as much kindness was shown her
as it she were in her own home town. To be sure, the public Is kind to a
woman In distress, but there was more warm and genuine friendliness in
the kindness of those club members than in that of the casual public.
A club woman going to a strange city will find club membership
bridging years In the matter of social life. It is particularly helpful to tho
young woman going alone to a strange city. She will find It will bring her
acquaintances at once, hospitably open Bocial life to her and throw about
Uor protection in many ways. It does away entirely with that lonely, uphill
fight to make a place for herself in her new environment.
So that to Its other good features, the woman's club now adds this of
making all tho world friendly and helpful to the traveling woman and to the
lonely woman. This Is, of course, a side-issue compared to the big work
women's clubs aro doing. Hut nevertheless It Is a feature not to be over
looked, and one which some day, may be of great service to the club woman
in a strange land.
SOCIAL NEWS OF THE DAY.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cartwright Jr.
were guests of honor at a dinner last
the table was a miniature poinclana
tree and after the luau the guests
danced around it on the lanal. Tho
OVER THE TEACUPS.
with tlinlr iwrnntH
Mr. Cnrter (Jalt, the son f Mr. nnd
Mm. .1. It. (Jalt, was nn Incoming pas
senger In the Manchuria. Mr. Oalt
has been attending school on tho
.Mrs. Harold K. Castlo was a home
coming Dnssencor In the Manchuria
i vrlon1n.v mnrnlnp
afternoon playing games and tossing
confetti unon one another. Among
those present were Miss Margaret I Mr- Ernest Cay who has wen In
Rlnxn niirnimx. Miss scuooi in uonnccucni ior uiu jmai
Mr. d Mrs. P. on to .Mrs. Iluvlj- and Mrs. Ttitllfl.
Aiikiiik UioHtt prtfBflnt ware Mrs. .Inn,
MndlHon Kennedy, Mrs. Horner N.
Preston, Mrs. Ilnwlijy, Mrs. McAfee,
Mrs. (leorgo W. MnCjv Mrs. Tuttlo
nnd Miss Onmblo.
A baby yolls because something
wotrles it, but a college youth yells
because he hosn'ti nny btttcr bciiho.
The girl who marries a man to re-
torm liltu begins by thinking she nny
have mado a mlBtako and ends by
knowing she has;
Quiet and Refined
Large, Cool Outside
Rooms; Privalc Sleeping
Verandas; Phones in all
rooms; Artesian Plunge;
Night and Day Tennis.
Four Acres of Beautiful
Special Rates by the Month
Home was never like this.
Ina Pratt, Miss Margaret Shepherd,1 tw- ?a-s returned to Honolulu In
Miss Beth Nowoll, Montgomery Clark,
Gordon Young and others.
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Miss Paulino Schaefer and Mr. Fred
Scuaofer returned to Honolulu yester
day morning to spend tho vacation
the Manchuria yesterday morning.
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Tho Service Bridge Club was en
tertained yesterday afternoon by Miss
Barrle Gamble. Tho prizes, daintily
embroidered Japanese. Jans, were giv-
2 ni I lib RlfafU I BallW $
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AT THE THEATERS
Vaudeville In Farewell Pro
Tonight and tomorrow night will
murk tho end of vaudeville at the
l'liou for a few weeks at least, as
the Hughes Musical Comedy Co. will
open a two weekB engagement on
Saturday night when vaudeville will
k've way to musical comedy.
As this is next to farewell night
with the vaudevlllians. an exception-
Hughe Co.'s Sale of Ticket Now On.
The sale of tickets for tho Hughes
Musical Comedy Co. is now on at
Benson, Smith & Co., and tickets may
lo had for any night of their two
v;ceks' engagement There Is only
limited number of reserved seats rfc
the biggest part of tho house will be
sold In first come first Berved order.
Tho reserved seat arrangement wns
made In deference to tho wishes of
evening given by Major and Mrs. Kd-j cards marking the place of each guest
were hand-painted Hawaiian scenes.
Mr. and Mrs. Crocker's guests Includ
ed Mr. nnd Mrs. James Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. John S. Walker, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.
Gerrit Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dil
lingham, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macfar-
lane, Mr. and Mrs. Kenney, Miss Kcn
ney, Miss Lady Macfarlane, Mr. and
Mrs. George Potter, Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Walker, Mrs. M. M. Scott,
Miss Marlon Scott, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Ivers, Madam Ivers, Mrs.
Eleanor Hyde-Smith, Captain and
Mrs. Clifton Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
Hanny Scott, Mr. an Mrs. Georgo
Davles, General and Mrs. Macomb,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Swanzy, Mlssl
ward J. Timberlako at Fort Buger. A
low basket filled with violets formed
tho attractive centerpiece for the ta
ble, and the lavender-shaded candles
cast a soft violet-tinted glow upon th
table. Covers were laid for Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Cartwright Jr., Mrs. F.
W. Coleman, Doctor and Mrs. McAfee,
Captain and Mrs. Hannum and Major
and Mrs. Timberlake. After dinner
the guests motored to the Moana Ho
tel to take part in the transport dance.
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Lieutenant and Mrs. Ross Kings
,Dury entertained informally at dinner
on Monday evening for Mrs. Rlden
bough and Miss Florence Rldenhough
who passed through Honolulu, Mofr
day in the Mongolia. Master Rlden
boucli and Miss Rldenhough are re-
turning to their home in Boise, Ida
ho, after a tour of tho Orient.
On Monday evening, prior to their
departure for the mainland, Mr. and
sitiinirs. uuaries MumpitHuii eu-
tertaincd at a surfing party and luau,
at Walkiki. The color scheme for
the decorations at tho luau was red
and was carriod out with red poind
ana regia and several other varieties
of red flowers. The centerpiece for
Hebrew and German Comedians and Leading Lady of the Hughes Musical
ally fine prpgram will be on. The
beadllners "The Barts Trio." will
perform their most difficult feats to
night . besides introduclne a numbpr
of new feats. Reccl's Italian Saxo-
..... Quartet will make a whirlwind
rvora swanzy, Mr. and Mrs. Nortnrup .
Castle, Miss Marian Haviland, Mr. and
Mrs. William G. Irwin, Judge and Mrs,
William L. Whitney, Mr. Harold Cas
tle, Mr. Richard Wright, Mr. William
Roth. Mr. Campbell, Lieutenant Pratt,
Mr. Leslie Scott, Lieutenant Andrew
Mrs. Richard Qulnn of Manoa en
tertained at an informal birthday
party on Monday for her little daugh
ter Vesta. Tho children spent tho
I finish by rendering the beBt selection
in their repertoire, while winsome
Mae Taylor will say au revolr In a
number of new Bongs. Ixjrdy's four
teen dogs will amuse young and oM
with their clever tricks.
The picture program has been pet
(.finally selected by the management
rnd will include a number of feature
films. Prof. Mlltnor's orchestra will
wind up a very strong program.
At the Empire Curran, the onceg
ped athlete, will be the big feature
KIc work on the rings, and horizon
tal bars !b the talk of the town. The
lest of the program will be devoted
o motion nlctures.
a number of people who are willing
to pay a slight advance and have tholr
Tho company whose- engagement
v. Ill begin Saturday has selected "The
Speculators" for its initial perform
ance. The comedy in two acts deals
with the troubles of a Hebrew and a
German who asplro to become Wall
street llnauclem, but instead aro
fief ced of their coin. It's a, two-hour
play replete with funny situations
and good singing and dancing by a
clever bunch of chorus girls.
The company aro well tip in their
plays, as their repertoire here will be
the same as It waB in the Far Hast,
ann everything will run like dock
The Hughes season will furn'sh
two weeks of solid fun and good mu
f "Wt immOVKD FRONT LACED"
To an Extent
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Modart Corset compare it
carefully with the corset you've
Look For Style
Youl see it in every line.
Look For Comfort
You'll feel it in every curve.
Look For Quality
It's there in material and
Be fitted to a Modart. Get the
evidence of your own eyes on yourself. Then
use your own good judgment.
' o Our one request is TRY ONE ON
Made to shape
the bones not to
breaK, rust or
through the fab
ric, or the fabric
We Can Fit, Satisfactorily, Any
$1 to $5
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all work guaranteed. Called for and
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Honolulu, T. B.
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