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WRfil! ' ' .. '. . , mmNQ HULLCT1N. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JAN. S, 1910. s ' -
lnnl Jneger, Dr. (J. 1'. Hlranh. Dr. nnd I Mrs. Sam Chllllngworlh, Mr. nnd Mm." attorney of Chicago, Among thoso
Mrn, Aiulersonj lr. Prank Thompson,! Will Chllllngworlh, Cnpt. and Mm. present were MIbs Van Schuyvcr and
Mr.tnnd iMrn. L. Whltehousc, Mr. nml , Lemucii,. Mrs. 8. C. Dcrtolmnnn, Mr. MIbo Honaon of Portland. Oregon!
m J C I M T f
ded rumor that husband, and his best man, Mr Sam (lro.it pi inn had Ik-i n m ide to simply
i , i,m, i, l Walker. Tho UIrIU Keverend Disk- deluge (hi W itniplu M ilw and
M: n . " b-".cr v",.cniln v1-im.! ."'..r :::::'': 1 :"
and Fnth'ci Stephens, perfoimcd tlm wns shown vviieu It was found .tint tbc
marring.: iltes. During this ceremoii) clcclrlr an Itch bad been turned off,
Mr lliiKIlerzcrHanBtlintbeantlfiil Ihun cimiilMh tlicm in o.ci. iirunc
! .'. . .1 . . ....... u .. n.n. .,.,, nmrtil.if w liiui rii. r.i'.l Mrs. Fm-
view of this fact, more nlicnunn . ' ;" ... ii,,rl, f lc left for San Vr.mclsco on tho
IIIMI "II 1 1 IV liiii.i -" -' .... ,
UK well fuiili
tho l'nclllc I
to Honolulu In the. e.rl part
of lVbrii.ir) has a tendency
to muke some of our people
wake up and take notice In
kliould be given to the m.itter of cn
tcrtaliiintiit for tho gallant onicers,
' who are to be ng.iln among us. Tho
r' most that can be done to entertain
.them must of necessity, be very lit
tle, on account of the abort tlmo
'V they will be here. Hut give them a
' warm leceptlon upon their arrival.
i oud then crowd all the pleasures )ou
can In that week, whlih nu can
Roses." Ilia clear, beautiful baritone Blcnmer hiociiii, nicy nraira i
was heard to great advantage. After full altani or rico ami oui saoes. uy
tho ceremony, Sonny Ctinhn. who was tho many Mends who were, lit Mho
the brilliant organist, plaied Mcndels- wharf to wish them "lion .(oyngo."
aohi. a wedding march. Dr. and Mra. Owing to Ibo lack of apace only a few
Prates, who were preceded b) tho lit' , namcB of tho guests prpscnt at the
tic flower girls, who wero strewing i wedding can be given. Tho following
their path with roses, wnlkcd down the j worn noticed: Mr, Cecil tlrown, Mr.
center aisle, bowing and smiling on and Mra. Prank Andrade, Dr. and Mrs.
Gurclv do. The resources nre great ineir nssemiiicu biicbm. oi. nuBmim Anucrnou, .urt. 11. .. num, . mm
III thcbe Islands for giving a plcusur- Chapel Is picturesque In Itself, with Mra. Afong, Prlnco and Princess Kn-
nblo villi to all strangers. Hospital- Its rustic Interior, but under the artls-1 lnnlnnnole, Mr. and Mra. August Ah-
Itj has been one of tho greatest vlr- He hands of Mr. Jlmmle McOuIro, It j rens, Miss Mlrnlo AhrenH, Mr. T, Ah-
lnnl r i llip.l in lliinoliilu. Slinn a w n iransiormcu lino lairiinnn. inu , rens. ,vir. ami .vira. i . a, ncnueicr, ,nr.
nnd Mrs. Oiislnvo Scbncfer, Mr. and
Mra. Alfred CaKlle. Mr Illlllo DlekBon,
newer place bear awi the palm for decorations wcio In white and green,
knowing bow to ninko a sojourn for Over the communion rail was a canopy
thebe dlitlngulthed visitors, an un- of mne caught with bow knots and . Miss Ireno DIckHin, Mlsa Ada Itbixlcs,
forgotten ple.isiiio-' u our liit'iimr streamers of broad white satin rllilxm. I "r. .inmuB r. i.)iirn, jir, ciiinnes .1.
dues not pl.i us falbO. tho 4'leet vvaB -pu, ciliccl rail was banked with wlillo ' L nrh, Mr. and Mrs. V. Mulch, Mlsa
not eiiterluliied In nil lemnrknblo n8lerg m whlte daisies, and maiden-i Mario" Mulch, Mlsa Ada Mutch, Mr.
stvle, upon the'" latt visit here flf,ttl. Toworl )g on cither side of tho nnd Mra. Pbcn P. Low, MIsb Annabel
the liospiiniuiir exienuuu iiieiu nc communion rail wna the stntcly Arecn i-ow, aira. u. 1. urcier, sir and .Mrs.
of the natiue ol n simple, iiulet, lit'
tic dinner, lunch or tea, none tho
less attractive, or appreciable, but
dancing appeals to iiiobI men, ns tak
ing precedence over other plensures.
That most beautiful, nnd brilliant
palm Tho altar waB oao mass of A. vv. AiinmB, .Mr. nnil .Mrs. .ins. mm
maidenhair and white roici. Tho ertron, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Seabury.
many lighted nnd twinkling candles 1 Mr .and Mra. Iiobert 8hlngle. Mr
In tbel'r solid gold candlesticks lent an 'Oeoigo Tleckley, Mr. Henry Ileckley,
added beauty to the nffalr. The cori.i j Dr. nnd Mra. .lames Judd. Dr. and Mra.
.... .r i... nt.nr. 1. tinp.. iinnln.i t 1 1 1, John McOrew'. Dr. mill Mrs. Clint-ton
I, - w . I I II, IIIV fc-.. IV., t..W Ml... V W '.... . -- '- ..
rccepuon nn.i ounce, .... "". fcalhcr ,,,,, C()mi,lnC(1 wth lho Hri.nt Cooper. Mr. nnd Mra. C. P.
en Honolulu socle.) oik, iv the oil- K(i nn T,iunnx mg , 1)alI iaukca. Mrs. Albert Jnegcr, Mlsa Iwa-
cera of the c.ub.ra be ot.g ng HrchwaB over the numerous
the Fleet tho wonder nnd beauty of ... ,. .' . . , ,,.,,
It la as fresh today In our memory. , Buspended
"9...!!,,::. V:?...cr .B ' ,.: iB',vc,n,; m. . eem.R t ...e d,.,. wCro n.
"" ,,u,' l ... niiinnriililn linRkpIn nf rnri. ferns.
caught with white tulle. Tho
organ loft was draped In ) arils of
braided palnpalal ferns and the rustic
chandeliers wpio festooned with uiallo.
Intermingled with whlto daisies. Tho
W. Mncfarlnno, Ml. Arthur Macintosh
Mr. Clnfenco Wntenunn, Mr. Oeorge
Puller, Mr. Sam Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
11. V. Muirnv, Mr. and Mis. K Ciinha,
Mr. Sonny Ounlin, Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. W.
McCiiilro, Mr. CnrlNleier, Miss lllnn
Nipper, Mrs. S. NJopcr, Mr. Jliunilo
Parker, Mr. Ham Parker, .lr., Mr. nnd
.Mrs. U. (3. Petera, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Peters, Miss .Agues Cook, Mr. and
Mis. Paul Iscnbeig, Mr. Alexander Mc-
Undo, Mr. Walter McHijdo. Mr. Hob
McCorrlston, Mr. Dan McCorrlston,
Miss Delia McCorrlston, Mlsa Magoou,
Mr. Lnnl Mngoon, Miss Catherine Ma
goon, Mr. Henry I3utnn Mngoon, Mr.
Alllo'Magoon, Mr. Hodge, Mr. Dick
Dodge, Mr. mid Mrs. Oeorge Carter,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Abrnms, Prof, and Mra.
M. M. Scott, Mr. ami Mrs. C. Dullol,
Mr, nnd Mrs. l.anz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Dowsctt, Mr, .did Mrs.Ml. (1, Hoss, Mr.
nnd MrB. FrvuK White, Mrs. Caroline
Uoldnsnn, Mr, Itobert Paris, Dr. and
Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Dr. nnd Mrs.
George Hcrbcit, Miss Itosle Herbert,
Mr, and' Mrs. N. 13. Hedge, Mr. II. Pet.
ers, Miss Mntllo Holt, Miss 13. Ma
goon, Mr. niulMis. Chas. Likens, Miss
Mary Lucas, MIbk Hattlo Lucas, Mr.
anil Mrs. Tom Lucas, Mr. nnd Mra. 13.
Henrlqucs, Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Hoot li, Mrs, Clara Suillli, Mr. nnd Mrs.
It. P. llcrtclmatm. Mr. nnd Mrs, 13d-
wurd Tcnne), MIbs W. Tenney, Mr.
nml Mrs. II. .1. Holmes, Mr. and Mia.
13. Mclncrnv, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Levy,
Mrs. K. Stlllman, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur
Wall, Mr, Henry Wlchman, Mlsa Al
teon Ilcrtelmniiu, Mlsa It, llertolninnn,
Mr. W. Williamson, Mrs. I3rncst Wnt
crhoiise. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. H.iker,
Judgo and Mra. A. Wnlker, Mr. and
Mra. Harold Olffard, Mr. and Mra.
Wntson, Miss IV Dntnt, Mrs. 13. nsli.
Ingham, Mr. and Mrs. John dishing.
hnm. Miss Helen ItobcrtMin, Mr. and
Mri. Charles Chllllngwnrth, Mr. nnd
Mra. Harry Davison, Mr. and Mia. and Mrs. Chas. Maker, ,Mr. and Mrs.
'itnberf Hooth, Mr. (leorgc Itohertson, Itobert P, Parker, Miss Hattlo Parker,
Mlru (iri.ru Hobc.lron, Mr. Ilruco Cart- Mr Ernest Parker, Mlsa Mary I-, law.
vvilBht, Hr, Mr. Itiuce C-irlnrlght, Jr., Mr. M. Porter, Mrf and Mrs. Frank
Mra. J.ine Walker Mr. and 'Mrs. 13. Woods, Mr. nnd Mm. Carl Wldemnnii,
l'nxt-n lllshop, Mlfs Allie Itoth, Mr. Mr. and Mra. L. Underwood, Mr. nnd
tinri Mrs, J. Cumnilngs Mfs. Alexnnd- Mrs. .1. I). Doiishctty, Mr. nnd Mrs.
cr Isenberg, Mr. nnd Mis. John Col- Arthur Wall, Mr. and Mra. 13. 0. nu
llum, Mr nnd Mra. Tom O'llrlen, Miss Isenberg, Mr. nnd Mrs. .if He Dolt. Mr,
Curilu Ackerniann, Jlr. Jimmy Acker- and Mrs. W. Kinney, MrJ nnd Mrs. M.
maim, Mr. nnd Mia. Alfred Mngoon, Pinrscr. Mr. Itoth, Mr.-vniid Mr C.
Mr. ntnl Mrs J. S. Low. Mr. and Mia. Hollonav, Mr Oeorge II Drown, Dr. P.
.... .... . 1 ... ... -.... rt ...L
i . iieuenuiiiii, iir. nun airs. j. iiv nign,
Miss I3mlly Ladd, Miss Mabel Ladd,
Mrs. Victoria Ward, tho Misses Ward,
Mr. J. W. Waldron, Mlsa I31b1o 8chncr
cr, MIfb Irmgiird Schaefcr, Mr, nnd
Mis. Fred Mncfarlano, Mlsa Alice
Macfnrlauo, Miss Lady Mncfnrlnnn,
Mr. Wnlter McDoug..!!, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hnny Munay, Mr. Hugh Mrlntyre,
Mr. Frank Mclntjro, Miss Agn'ca Mc
Intjic, Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. MeUnn, Mr,
nnd Mis F, D. MCSIockcr, Ml uses Me
Blocker, Mr. ami Mrs. Major Purdy,
Miss M. Clnpmiu,
MIbs Jessie Kennedy's Dinner.
Tho Roso-dlnucr given by Mlsa Jes
slo Kennedy In honor of her brother,
Mr. Dcrwcnl Kennedy, wna 0110 of tho
most beautiful affairs of tho week. Tho
table was one mass of Duchess roses
nnd maidenhair. Tho delicious dinner
was served at seven o'clock. Covers
wcro laid for sixteen. Among thoso
present wcro Miss Jessie Kennedy,
Miss Irene Fisher. Mr. anil Mrs. Fen
gueon. Miss Tunny, Mls,a Allco Itoth,
Miss Julia White, Miss Ilentrlco Cas
tle, MIbs Allco lledemann, Messrs.
Dcrwent Kennedy, Frederick Lowrey,
Oeorge Drown, Sherwood I.owrcy,
Oeorgo Kenton, Harold Castle, nnd
A party of young people motored to
Wallelc. lho homo of Mr. Alan Her
bert, Tuesday evening In Mr, Iwls'
large electric tnllvdio. A delicious
supper wns served on tho nrrlvnl of
tho gueats. After dinner a musician
from Camp Very plnvcd on the piano
for dancing, which wns Indulged In
by the guests. Tho only thing-that
marred tho trip wna the breakdown of
tho tall) -hi which necessitated 11 long
wnll "by tho vvnv sldo." Tho party
was cha qroned by Mr. nnd Mra. Onl
laghcr. The former Is n prominent
1 our most nppioved manner, nnd show
them that Honolulu makes them wel
come to her homes nnd hcarls, ulid
, . has nn Aloha for all.
I Dreler-Fratcs Wedding.
One of tho most elaborate weddings gcnornl comment has been that this
that Honolulu puiplo have wllnessel was 0110 of the most nrtlsllc weddings
was tho one which took P'ico Wedncs- of the scin-on, Direct!) after the wed-
day evening nt St. Augustine' Chapel, ding ccroniuiy Dr. and Mrs. Fran'c
at Walklkl, when Miss Adelo Prclor Hdwnrd Frato accompanied by their
nnd Dr. Frank Prates wero united In wedding attendants, drove to the p.i-
tho linlv hondH of wedlock Promptly lall il hoiuo of the Dielers on Ileretnnla
at eight o'clock the usheri, Mr. Wil
liam A Dickson, Mr Clircnee Water
man. Mr. Oeoigu Fullei and Mr. Ar
thur Mackintosh to the strains of Loh
engrin's Wedding Mnuh preceded Ihu
bride, dinwlng hroul wlillo satin rib
bon, thus making it 11 .ilslu for the brid
al party. Four llower girls, little Mlsa roiigiiitiiliitlon of thtli friends aiuhbt
l.aura Low, Miss Ireno Holt, Miss I. Mill)-
Mngoon and Miss Itosnllo Davis,
clad In (lurry point d'esprlt dreises
over pink silk and chllfou were verlt
abb pictures. These children folio ed
the ushers, two li two earning dain
ty baskets, containing while roues,
street. This homo Is one ot tho most
beautiful In Honolulu nnd Is well
nduptcd for entertaining, for all tho
rooms are large an 1 connect with arch
ways so the Imiiisu enn bo thrown Into
one enormous 100m The bride nnd
groom rceeUul the but wlsbca and
n bower of palms anil lose-s, In the
maiika druwlng mom. Tne io option
room was decorated III m.ulu bud dais
ies. Ihu stalicase wns hinkdl with
whlto asters whlto dalsb-t, nnir snillax,
whllo graceful rlrcaineni of tho latter
wero festooned fnmi the chandollerH to
STIRRING CLIMAX IN "THE FOURTH ESTATE;"
SOME SUFFRAGE LEADERS AT BIG BENEFIT
which, after the eerennii), wcro tho corners) o.' (lie room, making a
strewn In front of the bride, cirnlng cmopy of gieen that was ti'urt pious-
out the B)mbol that her life would be -lug to tho e)e. Suspended between
a bed of roses. As boo-i us tho knotty tho archwn)s of the drnw'.t.g loom and
of ribbon were fastened tho ushers and tho music room, wcro fli.ral bills of
flower girls separated on either side white carnations nnd mali.unhnlr. Tho
of the ulBle making vvnj for Ihu bride drawing roonib were d.coiated in
and her attendant Miss Irene Dixon, white roses and calla lilies, and tho
who was the maid of honor, Sho woro hpncloiis lanals, which We,c unclnseM
a siiperh trench creation, Tho ma- with Hawaiian flags. we,u nlso decor-
terlal was purcliafeif during hei leeent uted In whlto nnd green. On the Witt-
travels abroad. This frock was of klkl taunt tlio table for the bridal par.
hlto net, hcavll) enibroldereil In ty w as arranged. This table was cov-
white IIosb. A stunning hut of whlto ered with n hand embroidered cloth,
satin trimmed with willow plumes, was The tnblo wns In while rot-cx mid maid
worn with this costume, mil 11 lingo 'cnhnlr, carrying nut thu ro.or scheme
bouquet of cieatn loses wus carried.' of white and green, in it.o center wns
With stately ticaij, Miss Adelu Dreler, placed Ilia bride's caac, which con
on the nrm of her old friend Mr. Cedl tallied n ring, a penny m-d a thimble.
Drown, who later gave her Into tho TIiIb enko was cut by the grncloiu
keeping of tho groom, walked up the Initio, nnd when tho different articles
aisle. Her wedding gown was, 11 stiin- In tho enko wero found, much merrl-
nlng creation. The material was mndo ment was caused. During the evening
over a plain clinging princess of cream the Hawaiian quintet ciub, liefilud n
whlto satin, and was studded with BC, con of palms, riiscuiiitPil sweet
pearls. Gracefully running through tho ,n8lc. A largo lanal, b,Hlt to acconi-
gown wns heavy French embroidery tnodntB five hundred people ami lo
In floe and arniwset.no; to ndd to tho i,nvo been used for danuia. wus gaily
elesanco of the frock wus 11 court truln (Ccoiiit. .1 In flags, pennants and palms,
of nenvy duchess biitln, lirocadi d In ,t c, not bo utilized on account
sliver roses, n veil caught with a din- (,r ibo Inclement weather, However,
mond oninme.it, the gift of lho groom, no Inconvenience was noticed as tho
completing tho costume. Miss Droiei Drclor munslon Is o largo that thu
was met nt tho nltnr tall by her future assembled guests wore well taken care
of. About 11J30 Mrs. Frntcs donnol
I her going away gown, and ovorjonu
wne trJd that tho bridal bouquet of
, whlto orchids was to bo thrown. Of
course tho young maids were e-igerly
walling to catch It, for wo know lho
old adago. that the one who cjlchci
WHS Urt. NETTIE HARRISON'S 4.DAY HAIR u, "ou'lui a N witnii, thu
CQLOR. II It th only ntlrlysuccttrul and ll,r- s uio urioa iossn,i wus nuri'l
itliliclory prfparitlon for the purpoit. creation In the air, on Its descent It
Slmplt-Hirmlm-Cirliln. Soldlor20yiin, wns caught liy one of the prelty 11111I113
JEXXSZ&&Sg! fr,i?Iu !T T chu."BLr ,hL ,"T
h.rmlul Ingndltnt. II "dv" and ''retorri" ,r, "Bl,,l, 0,n twm''1 '"lt n"'l th"
Mti oiiippointid you, try.mn. it nivirlilli. h'""1" "''"J ."tut uaraneBs. ai urst
11 ivas innuKiu mat a ruse had hurne.l
out, but It transpired that It vvm, 11
WIUl Mrs. NETTIE HARRISON'S 4-DAY HAIR
Mlsi Helen Hough of Stockton, Cnl.;
MIbs Knthcrlno Stephens, Mrs. Eliza
beth Church, Lieut, Iloblnson, Lieut.
Aheen, Lieut, Poiks of tho revenue cut
ter Thetis;' Lieut, Diirchricld and Mr.
Mnjor-Ocncral Tlarry, II. B. A., has
been the guest of Major nnd Mri.
Dunning of Fort Shnftcr, during his
stay here. Many qulot entertain
ments were given by tho Army and
town folk, who will regret tho de
parture of this most ngrecahlo Offi
cer. Tho Major departed for tho coast
on the Siberia.
The activity ot Kllauea drew a
largo excursion on Now Year's Day
to witness the wonderful p)rotcchnl.
leal display, Naturo spared no ef
fort In making this exhibition a
wonder and surprise. The officers
of the steamer Mnunn Kca made tho
trip a moBt pleasant one, as their
fine, large steamer has every facil
ity to give comfort to travelors. Tho
ride to the Volcano was one pano
rama of beautiful sights and although
the tlmo was limited, much plea
sure was given to thoso who avail
ed themselves of the opportunity of
witnessing tne grunu uispiay ot one
of the wonders ot tho world, and be
longing to Hawaii Ncl.
Advices from Pittsburg, la., nre.
Hint ono'of their most prominent and
popular physicians Doctor C. F. Din
gnman, with his sister, Miss Marian
Ulngaman, are on their way around
tho world nnd will make a visit hero
In the near future. Tho doctor has
friends In Honolulu, who will glva
him a warm welcome.
A belated' Christmas present to
Cn'ptaln and Mrs. F. K. Itobords, II.
8. Marine Corps, arrived on ueccm-
ber twenty-ninth. This little son, Is
most welcome and Is accepted as a
Christmas present of (tho most pre
Two very pleasing songs "Lclle
hun" and "Oalni. the Isle of tho
Boa,'' composed by Mlsa Marge F.
Maronl and set to music by Captain
Uorger, nro a credit to our local tal
ent, nnd possess so much nii.Blc In
them, that their Is quite a demand
for them by tho music lovers of Ha
Miss 0. Waclman left Honolulu on
tho steamer Siberia for tho CoaBt.
She Is contemplating a trip abroad,
with t view of completing her musi
cal education, and will no doubt ic-
tu.n u finished musician as
Are you easily tired?
Ib your work r
bunion? Do you
often fcil wcakv
and faint? Is
your nppotito poor?
Are you easily dis
couraged? If so, your
norvous system is weak
ened, your blood h impure,
and serious illness is not far
was made for just such cases.
When tho blood is impUro
tho wholo norvous system bo
comes poisoned. It is im
possible to throw off that
torriblo feeling of depression,
and there is.no ambition .'to
work. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will purify, vitaliao, and en
rich your blood, and lifo will
again bo worth living.
A now tnwlf, Aier' Sarsa
parilla contain no alcohol.
There are many imitation
Be sure you get "Ayer's."
nttW t 0, I ,., 1, C, l.,n, MtiL, U t-A.
. ' J
was dismissed from the U. S. N. for
disregarding n rule made by , tho
Navy department, Hint Midshipmen
mut nbt marry without permission
from tho department. Dut a short
tlmo ago, when tho cruisers wero
here, lho joung oulccr met, wooed,
nnd won, fair Ma) mo Wadmnn, nnd
tho mnrrlago took place, Just before
tho Bulling of the Fleot foi the Far
lst, Mrs. A.ibtln remaining with her
parents, till such time as ho
could Join her )oung Husband ex
pecting a summons to Manila, or nt
MnTo Island wherever his ship may
be, nnd thc.)oung wlfo, was looking'
forward to a reunion with her gal
lant husband, nnd tho prospect of
visiting many parts of Undo 8am a
dominions, as welt ns foreign ports.
Tho friends and well wishes of thM
popular )oung couple, are hoping
thnt thoro has been Homo mlsnppre
hd'nslonibn.the.iMrUof thcNav'y Da
ii.il tmout, and a new order promul-
sho rated, which will bring thta plllkla
thtnvH great talent, and Is qulto to n lupp) nnd satisfactory termln-
Mrs. W. Alanson llr)an entertained Mr. nnd Mrs. Ucorgo Peary of
tho wives of the facult) of the College I Minneapolis, nre guests of the loaua
of liawnll labt Wednesday. Tho' Hotel. On New Year's Day Mr.vnnd
guests to tbc number of fifteen, spent Mrs. Pcaiy wore host nnd hostess nt
a very pleasant aUcrnoon. Itefresh- a luncheon ut llaleiwa. Leaving thn
ments woro served 'and a mngnlflccnt Moana at nlno o'clock In tho mom-
collection of photographs ot foreign
places wero exhibited. Mrs. llryan en
tertained her guests at tho Courtland.
Miss Orace Robertson, will lenvo
for San Francisco on tho 21st of this
month to Join her mother and slstor
In Sun FianclBco. Miss Kohcrtsori
has been lavishly entertained by hor
friends, during her visit with her Bis
ter Mrs. JameB Dougherty. This
week this young girl has been visit
ing Miss Ada Hhodcs at her Vnllcy
home In Niiuanu. Tomorrow Miss
Robertson will start for Hulelwa,
lug, thoy motored down to this beau
tiful rokort. After u dip In tho fresh
vvator pool, which Is one of the, groat
ultriiLllons, a delightful lunch wns
torved, and partaken of by the pat
ty, who resumed their pleasant rldo
to town, mid arrived nt the Moana
In time for dinner.
The opening of St. Andrew's Pro
r) on Monday evening, January tho
thlid, partook In a measure the form
of a s,oclul event. A number of In
vited guests responded to tho Invi
tations sent out by lllshop Kcstarlck,
iitiuentfun win inure teir iiutciwit, t - ., . . . .
whoio she will spend the week cull very delightful rcccpHon wns
11.00. At til llrit-cUii druggist and
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel Sti.
clever ruse of tho brldo and groeur to
escape In nn automobile without rice,
Probably the most effective mo ve made by the woman Buffrago len ders In Now Vorlt to spread the pro
paganda of their cause was tho be ueflt which they arranged nt Wall nek's thentcr, whore the great news
paper play "Tho Fourth Estate" Is having such n popular iuii. Prim e movers In the undei Hiking ware
Miss Allco Fischer and Mlsa Paulino Frederick, who have two of tho p lomlliont roles In tho piny. They
prevailed upon the, management to orter the cntlro rccolptB of one pe rfoiinanco to tho suffrnge causo and
Invito such lenders ns Mis. Ilelmon t, Dr. Anna Shaw and Mrs. Pankh uist. thn UnglUh Biirfriiglat, to spcuk
from tho stage. The' plan met wl lh Instantaneous approval, and Mrs . ilolmout and her iiBsoclates Bet out
to got na many piomlnmit woman a h they could to attend the bonoflt. They argued that tho story told
In this lenmikablo play wns tho best possible argument that co uld bo advanced In support of
tho necessity of purifying polltlm, n consummation which they eainest ly holleve will not bo reached unit!
women get the ballot. The surfrago' movement la gaining Btrongth In N pw Yoik oven nioro rapidly thnn
did In London, nud Its leaders In tho metropolis assort that it will s (ire.id over the wholo of tho United
Slates In thu next few month. Th use netlva In nrranglng the big ben efit wero Dr. Anna Shaw, Mrs. 0. II.
V. Helmont. Mrs. Jnno Campbell, M is Kiln Crossett, Miss Carolyn Cros tott, Mrs. A. P. Townscnd, Mrs. He
Un Qrenfol, Mrs. Harriet Mills, Mr s, N, 8, Frnser, Mrs, P. J. Shuler, M rs. Henry Vllb't'l. Mrs. W. M. Ivlns,
,.i.. , ...,, .. ..i ... o..., ti aii,.. urn nuinn U'ltitnrfl'.' M Iss risehot nnd Miss Frederick. The
seena'sliowiflrCtthlsi'lllustrntldn Is'a t tho rllmux of the play, when;Ms BSpaulliic -Fredeilck, us Judith liar- Midshipman Joseph Austin of the
with her biother
New Year's Day Mr. nnd Mrs.
William Rawlins had their llttlo
daughter; Elizabeth christened by tho
itov. Henry Juad wno wbs n class
mate of Mr. Rawlins ut Yule, lho
house was eluborrfiely decorated for
the occasion, and atter the ceremony
delicious refreshments wero Bcrved.
Little MIbs Rawlins was the recipi
ent of many beautiful gifts.
Mr. Garland ot Los ngclcs, and Mr.
Hcnshall of Oakland have boon tho
guests of Mr. Wathlngton nnd Mr,
Fulford, who nre occupying, ono of
the Korr's cottages at Wnlklkl. Mr.
1IciihIii.11 Is a student of Ilerkoley,
and Mr. Carina 1 attends Stanford
University, and returned to tho main
Innd on the Siberia, having enjoyed
their Christmas holidays in fair Ha
Mr. Ilruco Cartwrlght Jr. was tho
host at a very prettily arranged lun
cheon, which was glvon nt tho Young
Hotel, Thursday In honor nf MUb
Julia Whlto, who is visiting hor aunt
Mrs. James Castle at Walklkl. This
luncheon was not a largo nffalr, In
fact was Informal but proved ex
Pre-Nuptial Dinner. i
Miss Nora Sturgeon will entortnln
nt a pro-nuptlnl illnnor this evonlng
tn he given In honor of Miss Irene
Fisher and Mr. Oeorge Ronton, whoso
engagement was announced two
weeks ngo. This )oung couple aro
both very popular In the social cir
cles of Honolulu, and will be the
melt If of much entertaining. Tho
wedding day has not been sot.
"Sweet Belli Out, of Tune."
Like a clap of thunder, from a
clear Bky, came the tidings that
held. The lllshop's nddress, rend by
the Reverend Mr. Illlbs, wob a mo3t
Interesting history of the develop
ment of this work. St. Andrew's
Church Is u monument of what can
bo done when n man of such energy
und indomitable will an .lllshop
Rcstnrlck puts his bhouldcr to tho
Tho United 8tntc3 transport Sher
Idnn nrrlved from Manila on Tues
day, January fourth, making but n
fashionable call, which was not at
nil satisfactory to tho friends of the
naval officers, nml those In com
mand, who are always pleased to give
them the glad hand, and show them
some attention. Among tho depart
ing piiBBengers on tho troopship to
tho Coast were: Lt. Dockery. Fifth
Cavalry and Mra. Dockery, Lt. Gron
lugor ot the Fifth Cavalry, i MlJ.
Pourlo, wjfe of Captain l'ourle, Ar
tillery Corps, Fort Ruger, MrB. Orlf
flth, and Mr. Hunter! son ot Lt. Col
and Mrs. Hunter of Schofleld Dar
racks. Mra. Thurston loft' on the Klunu
for n trip to Kauai,
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