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nOXOLHLU STAK-BULLETIX, 8ATCRDAY, JAN. 17, 101 1. 4 S ! t Iff, Tbe dance at the Country Club on J'eJncsday was one of the most en ?yable affairs of tbe week as the. ways are. And contrary to the e - pciety was weary of overmuch danc es. It was well attended If anything Jfifre, being a larger erowd than at V c previous hop. The usual deliciou f rper'ww served at 11 o'clock. The la .their informality you can do t as you please about dress. There 3 r.o line against ragging. You come I. en you please and, you go when i please whJcb means that the ma rity of the dancers remain until( f musicians are exhausted and even' e electric piano is somewhat played. - ;" . f - ' .. I At it I ' y's affair were Mrs. P. M. Swanty.'"i:i : l s Rosamund Swanry. Mr. and Mrs; ." orge Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Be!' s : Mr. and lira. George Kluegal.-MiV 1 Mr. L M. Stainback, Mr. and Mrs.' arles Chillingworth. Mr. and Mrs. Vert W. , Shingle, .Mr. and .Mrs., : rge Beckley, Dr. and Mrs. Clifford . h, Capt. and Mrs. Benjamin Wat .s, Mr. and Mrs. Reynold McOrew, t r. and Mrs. Bruce Cartwrlgbt; Mr.i 1 Mrs. James McCandless, Mr. and 1 rs. George H. Snowdea cf Vancou-J r, B. C, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arm ing, IMr. and Mrs. Emll Waterman, :or and Mrs. E. V. Smith, L'.eut J Mrs. P. P. Jackson, Capt. De; tt Chamberlain, Col. and Mrs-Dan-. l Appel, Miss Harriet Ballance, Mr. Me Walker, - Mr. WW Mclnemr,' "X, and Mrs.. George HlcksMIssj;.i en Girrin, Miss Sara Lucas, Miss 3 llerbert Miss Able .Buchanan,! , 3 iieien bpaiaing, uss ,a.rou r ln," Mlss PauUne Schaefer, Miss :h Anderson, Miss Hazel Buckland, 5 Vivien Buckland, Misses Bca 3 and Esther White, Miss Thelma -,-hy. Misses Allmond, Mis Marie ien. Miss Bettr Case, MJss Beth J s," : Mrs. .-J Smith, : - Miss r Smith es Addie And Frances , Morphy, 3 Morrisfon, Miss Myrtle ' Schu Miss Dorothy Guild, tMIss Lear, ? Dow Miss Rennle Catton Mf. i Mrs. Harrr Gray, Miss Mary von; t. Messrs. Dave Larsen, rmiip 'tTt- Uarrr iThh " HmrtV. 'Jamefi ran. John Maher, Harry Gayloroj -- w w-, .v-kVVP ry White. Carl.Ijardigr. Sidney' they, sail In March: ut'will make the :r, John MacauUy, AlbeTt'HcftT.e t Clarjc. W. N Derby, Kelly 'Hen-Arizona and Xew Mexico on the way. , Robert Purvis, zanriBKr, waison j styne. Ernest Podmore, Charles bert, vm warren, .Arcnro a,; :cr Marsnaji Aiiora ; vui, wra : Camp, Ware Camp,: EmestRaas, Carson and many others. . ' rrs Take Away " Popular Service . :!k, . " ' ' '. ; ' ' . aln gf up the old cry of the :an8 against the service set "No er do we "know and like them, a off they ga" -This time society 3 It has a real grievance four of most delightful families, are get i their affairs In . ehape prepara- to leaving for foreign parts. Or- .rlly we could view them depart ..out any, : particular., emotion we , u!d worryv But these are four of r favorites ladies who; by their : ious ways and charming hospital have endeared themselves to all, a who are.' considered "good' f el s- and "a little bit of all right" everyone. The first to receive their rs were General and Mrs.1 Mont erv Maeomb and General and Mrs.1 ierlck Funston. Comes the news ' week of the approaching depart- of Major and Irs.-Timberlake and : tisa Consul . and Mrs. J. ' B. -Ren-r s who although they are not of army, nevertheless belong to the r!d of officialdom. The Macombs I the Tlmberiakes are almost ka nmas, bo long -nave wey oeen siaj club of Hawail gave it8 fifth annual r.ed in the telanda. TheJ'unstons j 5anqueLCornell pentiarits and the red J the Rentiers have only been herej ana White colors of the alma mater year society has scarcely had time. vere used in the decorations, carna iaa out how really charming they!tjon8 for centerpiece shaded with re when presto! they are off. By a erimson candeiabra. The place-cards . trange coincidence, they will all leave wcre uttie ana white footballs, the n March, the Macombs, the Funstons menu which, by the way, was a most - d the - Tlmberiakes, by the March 1 excellent one and program of toasts transport, and the Rentiers by a liner) being printed in the same colors. Prof, lor the Orient. - The Macombs will j Arthur L. Andrews was toastmaster 1 o in Washington," D. C; for the next, for the occasion, his clever introduc :ow years where Mrs. Macomb will tions being as thoroughly appreciated take her place In official society Gen- as the toasts themselves. The follow ers! and Mrs. Funston will proceed to tng program was given during the G al veston, Tex. The Timberlakea will . evening : be stationed in New York. One oft Ezra Cornell "I would found an v Stock Dinnerware Patterns JD8D r-ake It positive that you can be suited. c-pply them. The open-stock idea makes the purchase of a set easy. Buy a few sr tides todaymore next month, etc., until the service is complete. Thus the outlay will not be felt. - v - Dresden R. E. Sharon G. E. Meissen Bl. Bd . pc set, $15.00. 50 pc. set $19.00 50 pc. set $22.50. W; W. Dimond & Co., Ltd., The House of Housewares 53-65 King Street Oj V.' 1. ! . :. . .'I , : .' k J 1 l I tM-SV i Mrs.1" Charles S. Crane, who will play a leading feminine role In the pro duction x)f "The Mayor of Tokio" during Carnival Week. Mrs. Crane's tal ent will be displayed in the part of Ofoto Sah, daughter of Kow Tow. The tuneful "and picturesque light opera will b produced In the open air. their greatest pleasures, Ihey say. will be In meeting as they are .bound to m thla Mecca of the world their old 'frfAnt a ffY- TTiatiTAfl v' .TIia' will i tt1t iiivuuo Aavau acankAa u - v sjii - &xvr t,rocee(fVdirectlv to New York when 5jr and 3Irs. RenUers wlll go hence to Manila a particularly dellEhtful gallon to them, already Well acqualt- ed In that 'part of the world. ' . . .'" . .'v A -ft' '. r I ' - ,. . . 1 Mr.' and Mrs. Brown's,' Dinner. .. l.Mlss ?Lydla McStocker. whose en- gagemept to. Dr. Arnett P. Matthews ! of the army was recently announced, was the motif for a beautiful dinner on Wednesday given' by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown at the Young hotel. The table was artistically adorned with pink, roses and tulle and bows of wide pink satin ribbon. Pink shaded can dlesticks Were linked together w!lh strands of glass beads which gltttered iridescently In the candle-glow. 'The favors at each place were little Dres den almond dishes, the ladies', bearing a wee Cupid, and those of the men in the shape of a match container. After dinner the evening was i devoted to bridge. Among these present were Miss Lydia McStocker, Miss Julie Mc Stocker, Captain and Mrs. Nprris Stay- ton. Miss MacDonaia,.Mr. James Jic- Jnerny. Mrand Mra. F. B. McStocker. L,r- a v- wattnews, nr. uieoer ana tne nost and nostess. . (rncll Club Banquet The Hotel Courtland was the scene of a large and most enjoj'able 'affair last Saturday night, when the Cornell Let us know your wants we can T ft 1 V: mm y ' T a ' . .institution where any person can find Instruction in any study." , -The Presidet of the University "We must follow the leaders in every good thing." (Letter from President Schur- man read by Chalmtr K. McClelland, y.; Stunt "Your mystery,' your tn'ys- tery: nay; dispatch." ' Chester J. Hunn, 03. : ' - The Dawn of Civilization "Call home thy ancient thoughts from ban ishment." Dr. Fred Baker, 74, 78. Song "Lull'd with Bound of sweet est melody." Mrs. Chester J. Hunn. The Middle Ages "How long is this ago!--Some twenty years." Capt. F. W. Phisterer, 95, '97, Modern Minstrels "What harmony is this? My good friends, hark! Mar vellous sweet music." Albert Horner, Jr., '13. A Tale cf Today "I shall tell you a pretty tale; it may be you have heard it." R. C. Reeve, '13. ' The .Hawaii Club "Now let's go hand in hand." Business. Evening song. Among those present were tbe pres ident of the club, Prof. A. L. Andrews; vice-president. Mr. C. J. Hunn; secretary-treasurer. Mr. C. K. McClelland; Mrs. A. L. Andrews, Mrs. Chester Hunn, Mrs. C. K. McClelland, Mr. H. A. Austin, Dr. Buffington, Dr. L. N. Case, Dr. L. E. Case, Dr. IUingwortb, Dr. W. M. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. E. Vaughan, Mrs. Marx, Dr. A. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, Mr. James Pe terson, Capt. and Mr3. Frederick Phis terer, Mr. Lewis Renton, Mr. R. Reeve, Prof, and Mrs. Young, Miss A. Markham, Miss Delia Stone, Miss Ma ry Stone, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Baker, Miss Churchill, Miss Nora Sturgeon, Miss M. Peterson, Mrs. Marx, Mrs. Wilcox, and Lieut. R. L. Tilton. 4 Tour Islands on Anniversary. The Hawaiian islands as a wedding anniversary present might well be said to have been the portion of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hutchins of Lodi, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins were married in Lodi on December 29, 1903, and as a reminder cf the 10th anniversary of the happy event, 'they decided on a trip to the Hawaiian islands as a pres ent to themselves. They arrived in Honolulu cn Christmas eve, in com pany with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lorenz also of Lodi. and are stopping at the Courtland. On the evening of the 20th the party of four celebrated the occasion of the anniversary with a din ner in which California viands had a prominent part. They have just re turned from a visit with haina, Maui. trip to the volcano and i George Keeney at la- rhe party expects to re-1 turn to California by on Januarv 27. the Manchuria ' Engagement Luncheon. One of the most charming affairs the week was the luncheon given: by ;t Iici.- T ii.v F1i?n-rr1 rvi U'onocrlov which she announced her engage- rrent to Ur. William Finlaw Geary of. anta Ro0a. i he affair took place at j'he home of her mother, Mrs. W. W. ! I'i rond. The table was prettily doc i. rated with pink mile, whose lmM' . ii.wc i i uiii'u iium tut iiiaiiuriiri .!,),. T .1 t V t r w -J I' i rr ' "V ... ; . 9 ( f t-', -irr? cA - and caught here and there with fronds, Hoogs, Carl Hardigg. Edmund Hede oi ma-enhair. At each place were j mann Fred wichman, Piercy Nottage. ta nty Cupids bearing the name ofinporeo Vniw Aihrt Hnmpr ir anri jtle guest, and exquisite little corsage bouquets of pink 3weet peas. In these ere concealed rolls of ribbon which 1 upon beins orened revealed the se- CALLING DAYS B 8 FOR HOXOLULU S M 8 Mondays Punahou. Maklkl. K 9 Tuesday Waikiki, Kapiolani S g Park, Kalmuki. Palolo. First B P Tuesday Fort Ruger. H H Wednesdays Xuuann. ' Puunui. B 18 Pacific Heights. First and third rTlS Wednesday, above Nuuanu B 8 bridge; second and fourth Wed 8 $ nesdays, below bridge; fourth 8 E Wednesday. Pacific Heights; first S and third Wednesdays, Alewa S S Heights. tt B Tharslajs The Plains H 8 Fridays Hotels and town, 8 S fourth Friday. Fort Shatter, first 8 SS Friday. g Manoa. College Hills, first and 8 third Friday . K 3 Satardays Kalihi. third and H 1 fourth Saturdays. Kamehameha 81 Schools. B 8 Fort Shatter Calling day ev- S & ery Friday. B B 5! Note The telephone number of B the Society Editor is 2916. K SBSSSSKBSBB3BBSSB cret. Among Miss Dimond's guests were Miss Rose Herbert, Mlsa Marlon Chapin, Mrs. George Humphrey, Mrs Mrs. Robert McEldowney, ",MIss Nora Sturgeon, Miss Margaret Waterhouse, Miss Emll Berndt, Mrs. : Otto Berndt, end Mrs. W. W. Dimond 56 Although no date has been set .for , tbi wetYlns. it will probably take place In the sum mer. " 41 4ft Wedding in Hilo. ; ISpeclal Star-Bulletin Correspondence HILO, Jan. 16. Whether smoothly or no:, the courtship "of,Raymond Lucas and Miss Bessie - Vail, which led to their" marriage Wednesday evening, ran very swiftly. The. couple have been acquainted' less than two months; Lucas meeting; his bride for , the first time when Hbe came here from her home in "Santa Rosa, Cal., for a visit with-relatives.; The engagemenF-wasoeh shorter than was the corirtshipfor It-elided la the wedding ori'the Very day ; that it was first annoceitilrsR. ? T. Lucas, mother of - the phf idegroona, gave the announcement of- the intend ed marriage to the ,Hil press - on Wednesday afternoon, v.tatlng that the ceremony would -takV place Boon, probably at. the end of; th a -week. But even this short deliy 'was not la ac cord with the Intentions - f vyoung Lucas and -; his fiance.? nd-a 4ew hour attetwards ttts tfakp4 riage license ana uWJtnyevvuiiunaie friends and relatlVeAi went to ihe home of ReiverencTtHsshi wherjs. they were uuiieu in niiTJttsc at 9. v nvi that evening. Presena the wedding: were Henry Rtckard firs.- Phillips;' and Mr. and Mri C. it. JBrlckwrood. i ne Dnaegroqm is s aua youvu, a years of age, anlhaaa aarge nnmber of acquaintances ln;th Islands i by w-homrhe is well Iliedi While the bride has been n Hawaii only si ihort time, she has acquired a' circle' of friends. She is slster4fi-law ot Cap tain B. O. Nll80B Of the Hilonlan. Piano Club Meets. "Special Star-Bulletin Correspondencr HILO, Jan. 16. Mrs. Luther Sev erance entertained the Piano Club at her beautiful home, "Kanoa," Satur day afternoon, January 10. This was the annua meeting. The program was in charge of Miss Emma Porter. There was a very large attendance of members and a number of; guests. The program follows: Chopin "Valse," Op. 64, No. 1, Miss Eleanor Thrum. Vocal Solo Selected, Mrs. E. E. Hol- linger. Reading "Schumann," Mrs. J. C. Mociue. Greene, Edwin "Sing Me to Sleep" .vocal solo, Mrs. Lea Lloyd Sexton. Schumann "Grillen" piano solo, Miss McDermott. j Harris, Victor "A Madrigal" vocal solo, Mrs. Horace Johnson. I Current Events, Mrs. Severance. j Schumann "Allegro" From Concert stucks, Op. 82, Mrs. Jarrett T. Lewis. i Schumann a, "Fruhlingsnacht" vo cal solo. Schumann b, "Ich Grolle Nicht," vocal solo. Schumann "Novelette.' Op. 21. No. 1, pirno solo, Mrs. C. B. Hutchart. e Mr. and Mrs. Horner's Dinner Dance. One of the prettiest affairs of the week was the dinner dance last night at the Country Club given by Mr. ' and Mrs. Albert Horner in honor of their son, Albert Horner, Jr., who re-, cently returned to Hawaii after four years at Cornell. The tables and lanai were exquisitely decorated with roses and maiden hair, palms and bamboo j furnishing a pleasant green back- ground. Kaai's quintet played during. dinner and afterwards for the danc-. mg which lasted to an agreeably late nour. included in tnose present ai this delightful affair were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rice, Mr. and -Mrs. Her bert Dowsett, Mrs. C. B. T. Moore,' Misses Beatrice Castle, Mary von ! Holt, Nora Sturgeon, Margaret Water- house, Adelaide Allmond, Muriel How- lt- "elecn 1?pa,ldm- B? MacDona d' x auiiuc uv-uauici t ikuiu auuci own , "i r.'e O'Brien, Emily Farley, Jessie Ken nedy, Marjory Gilman, Messrs. Alan , Lowrey, Reginald Carter, 1. Arana. ' i Walter Soaldine. Theodore Cooke. ' Arthur P.ilman Philin Snalfline- Stan- ' ---- r ot lev Kpnnpdv. Onre-p Ahlhorn. Will the host and hostess. Kennedy-Chatard. Honolulu folk were deeply interest- ed this week in hearing of the wed . ding of Mr. Derwent Kennedy, son of Sir and Mrs. J. A. Kennedy, to Mis ; Colita Chatard of San Francisco, which occurred last Thursday in that city. Although the bride is not known she Is prominent in San Francisco so ciety, being tlie daughter of Mrs. Philip Chatard, and a descendant of an old California family. The groom known to all as. "Kim Kennedy, is an island man of widespread popu larity. He is a graduate of Stanford University and a member of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He Is at pres ent located with the California branch of the Inter-Island Steamship Com pany. The wedding was a quiet af fair, the bride being attended only by her cousin. Miss Mazie Burke. Mr. Philip Chatard, Jr. acted as best man. After a brief honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy will make their home in San Francisco. Engagement Announced. News was received In Honolulu this week of the engagement of Mlsa Eliz abeth Searle of Alameda to Mr. Clar ence Bowell, a prominent young; bank er of Oakland. Miss Searle is well known in this city having visited here last summer as the guest of Miss Sara Lucas. She1 is the sister of Mrs. George Laird, wife of Lieutenant Laird of the navy. The wedding is set i for a very early date, after which the ) young couple will make their home in Oakland. - Mr. and Mrs. Collins' Dinner. A very pretty dinner was given on Sunday last when Mr. and Mrs. George Collins entertained at the Courtland. The table was attractively decorated with yellow coreopsis and ferns. Cov era were laid for, Mr. and. Mrs. Georg Rodiek, Mr. Hackfeld, Mrs. E. p. Ten ney. Miss WUhelmina Tenney, Miss LadyMacfarlahe. Mr. Fred Wlchiriin. Mr. Vernon Tenney, . Mr. Harr and the host and hostess. : Mrs. Rentiers' Luncheon. ; Mrs. J. B. Rentiers entertained most delightfully at luncheon on Wednes day for Mrs. Faxon ' Bishop, Mrs. Frank Halstead, Mrs. Frederick Kle bahn, Mrs. C. B. Cooper, Mrs, H. F Wichman, Mrs. Emll Waterman, Mrs. J. M. Dowsett, Miss C. Walker and Mrs. Arthur Wilder. After luncheon the afternoon, was devoted to .bridge, beautiful lace handkerchiefs going as prizes to Mrs. Waterman and Mrs. Wilder. " - Mr. and Mrs. James McCandless' - Dinner. ' : iJ. . 4 - Miss Marie O'Brien was -the motif for a charming dinner, on Wednesday given by ' Mr.-and Mrs., James Mc Candless at the Young hotel Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pat ten, Misses Allmond; Mr. Sidney Carr, .Mr. Albert Horner Jr. and Dr. Alford Wall. After , dinner - the party mo .tored to the Country Club, where they attended the hop.- ' V'.-'.isY 41 .-'A'.,-"a Mrs. Castle's Tea, - - vAn Informal but ; unusually attrac tire tea was "given yesterday after- A particularly effective draped model, in con trasty colors. Style adaptable to height. May we suggest something pecul iarly distinctive for your own height, weight and complexion ? PANTHEON BLDG. (2d Floor) I Z7a ' t It v ; . A i 4 VMrs. , Ernest Waterhouse and son week for the Orient- v V "'" noon by .Mrs. Alfred Castle at her home in Nuuanu valley. Her sister. Miss Pauline Schaefer; was the' motif of the occasion. After an. hour or, so of chat the guests sat down, to . small tables wtiere v delicious feats , were served. Among : those present were Miss Pauline Schaefer, Miss Ruth So- per, ; Miss , Ruth Anderson, Miss Daphne.Damon. Miss Thelma Murphy,, Cor. - ' - - ' . . . ', . .. -. ..... ft t C-, f ' r-m v Yu ''-.)- ..C '. v . 1 ... 4 who sailed on the Shlnyo Mara this Miss Elizabeth Hopper,$ Miss ; Alice.; : nuypeii " i)uui cvuyae, iu9B Estheri Kopke,.t Miss. Marie ; O'Brien, r vVon Holt, Miss r Beatrice Castle, .Mlss; Nora' Sturgeon, -Mrs. Jack Waldron, "Miss Muriel Howatt. .Miss. .Dorothy , Hartwell,, M iss Blanche, ; Soper, Mrs1 Scott, Miss Claire Kelly -and others. - :" ! r-: W-t .... - , (. . .:. v rs Fort and Hotel I i A'-.- .sTl CI S mm it'