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nONOLFI.r - STAR-BULLKTINV FRIDAY. JFT.Y'a, 1014.
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Home-comer from Abroad.
A long list of Honolulans returned
on the Siberia oa Wednesday from
trtimvn near and far Mis Helen
Arbies la returning from school, as I
Is also Mias Elizabeth Pratt who re-
turned with her mother, Mr. R. J.'
Pri tL Mr. Alexander Anderson has
just completed hia freshman year at
Cornell where he has already made a ,
name for himaelf. Mrs. John. Guild
was V home-coming passenger with '
her little daughter. Marjorie. Mrs.
George It. Carter returned, accompan
ied by the Misses Grace, Elizabeth and
Phoebe Carter. Mr. Henry Carter .and .
. r. . iv. '.-ikPr, jr, anna Mmry .mx-
fan Gary of Haltlmore were also of
Others well known here Who return
ed to their native shores were: ,Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. Damcn. Mrs. T. C. Da-
Iea. Mr. and Mrs. Franc's Gar, Mr. B.
E. Johnson. Mr. A. F. Knudsen, .Mr.
and Mrs. E. A, Knudsen. Mh Alex-
andra Knudsen, Master Valdemar
Knudsen. Dlrkscn N'ott Miss Hilda K.
ven Holt and Mr. J. Gait
At 10:30 o'clock on Tuesdav morn
ing Mlsa Mary A. Hayes of Westfield.
Massachusetts, bcarqe the bride. of
Mr. Kenneth C. Hryan of the faculty
cf the Territorial Normal and. Train
ing school. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev.' A. A. Ebersole. as
sociate min'ster cf Central : Union
church, at Mr. Ebersole'a. home in Ma
nna, .valley. ;. Dr, an! Mrs. Hamiltor
Weir of Portland, Oregon, personal
! friends of, Mr.. Bryan, attended the
wuple at the simple but pretty and
Imnresglvo ceremony. -
i Mlsa Hayes arrlveJ on. th steamer
I urline on Tuesday morning and was
met rff the harbor by Mr. Bryan. who
went rut to meet her on the custom'
lunch. they 'It the boat, they
wera showered w ith rice . and - good
w1fcN-ftiy the passengers aboard the
Lurli&a who had learned of the ro
mance.! . . , ; ':V '- .
Mr, and Mrs. Bryan will make their
borne In Honolulu. After a short while
they, will be at home In htls city.
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Borga-quelra Nuptials. .'
A prlvm vedwlne rrf the wek was
that of Mr. J'tnti J. Rrcf8 of Hono
)un and Mls Julia Mrdeiros Soulra
of Kealakekua. Hawaii, who "WfcW mar
ried by the Rev. Father Stephen at
the Catholic cathedral Following the
ceremony a reception was held ft the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J.Borges,
South Lane; KalJhL .' - ; .
CoMry Hotels Popular.
The country hotels. jjartlcnlarlv Ha
lelwa and the Aubrey, are the scenes
ofmany gay and Informal lucheop
and dinner Dirties these days with not
a few dancing parties too. They are
so convenient to the motorists and
any day ! one may, come upon these
merry groups of society folk enjoyln?
an' outing In these more distant parts
of the Island.' - '
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X Mondays Punahou. Makikl. K
X TneidHfH Waikiki. Kapiolanl
K Park, kaimuki. Palolo. First K
M Tuesday Fort Ruger. X
IVeducfdajf Nuunbu. Puunul, a
PaciHc Heights. First and third S
Wednesday, above Nuuanu
R bridge; second and fourth Wed- 8
1 nesdays, below bridge; fourth S
9 Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first B
X and third Wednesdays, Alewa
g Heights. K
5? Thnrsditj The Plains K
Frldajn Hotels and town, K
9 fourth Friday. Fort Shafter, first 3?
S Manoa. College Hills, first and K
third Friday 8
8 Sulurdiiys Kallhi third and R
S fourth Saturdays; Kamehameha S
K Schools, last Saturday. Z
K Fort Shafter Calling day ev- S
H jiote The telephone number of 5r
K the Society Editor is 4075. &
Mrs. James Hisgins is also a
cd member of the garrison.
Miss Maud de Brttteville. who sailed on the Matsonia Wednesday for
San Francisco, where on July 8 she will wed Dr. Jamts i.Ialcoim Thompson.
Lieut, and Mrs. Martfn gave a din
ner on Monday evening for Miss Ger
trude Hopkins, Lieut. Maxwelf and
Lieut. Lyerly. Pink carnations form
ed the graceful centerpiece.
Last Tuesday evening, after the hop
at Castner, Mrs. Ralph Harrison gave
an enjoyable hop supper for a number
cf the young people cf the post
Doctor Joseph S!ner has a short
leave which he will spend in Hilo
with Mrs. Siner who has gone to Ha
waii for the tit months. i
Thursday Captain and Mrs. Deems
were dinner hosts for Captain and
Mrs. Mason, Miss Harriet and Lieut.
I i SCHOFIELD SOCIETY
The Boatonlana Return. "
The popular, little Bostonlans ore
hack again to sin? and d nee and
dimple for Honolulans. It Is quite an
Indication that they like the place to
,hare this return visit and as thjey hare
a great many friends and admirers
here, the pleasure Is undoubtedly mu
tual. ' - :
"They have already given a nuruber
of:ur home-comers a taste of what
Is )a store for them by giving a pres
entation of The DretV Qlrl" to the
rabn pengera on tlie SIhert, which
1 shfp brooght them hack to otr shores
LleyL and Mrs. Pillow's Dinner.
Lieut and Mrs. Jerome G. Pillow
entertained at a delightful dl oner at
the Pleasanton last evening. The table
was made very attractive by a lovely
centerpiece of pink carnations " an?
maidenhair fern. Covers were placed
for Captain and Mrs. R. M. Cutts. Mr.
and. Mrs J. A. Purer, Lieut EIUs Lan-do,-Miss
Betty Case. Lieut and Mra
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Pillow.., ;. . ;
Cact and Mrs. Carpenter's Dinner..
Captain and Mrs. Edward Carpenter ' .
are entertaining at dinner this even-, A genuine Hawaiian luau was given
Ing'ln honor, of General and Mrs." Clar- Sunday night with Lieut Garr and Dr.
enoe R. Edwards. After the dinner, Kennedy as hosts. During the after
the party will attend the dance at the hocn the barbecuing of the pig took
Pacific Club. - nlace on th lawn at the side of the
' Society Personals
J. P. Cooke, capitaliBt of Honolulu,
is at the Talace. Chronicle.
Miss Mary von Holt is entertaining
at a supper-dance this evening.
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' 'Miss Helen McLean is giving a large
dance on Saturcay evening. j
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Miss Gary of Baltimore Is the guest
of tie Misses Elizabeth and Phoebe
Mrs. Albert Wilcox entertained at
luncheon on Monday for Mrs.' Carl
Holloway. . .
'Mr. M'rcus Monsarmt son of Dr
W. T. Monsarrat. h"s just arrived in
the1 city, having come direct from
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace R. Farring
ton entertained a few friends .inform
ally at a beach suppej at the Outrig
ger club on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Atwater and Jier sister ar 1s
Itlng their brother, Mr. Edwin Benner.
ihd Mrs. Benner, at their home in
""Miss ''Margaret E. Clarke and Miss
Bertha Kemp sailed last Friday for
thp Orient on their way around the
wbfld. Miss Clarke expects to' stop
in, Paris where she 'will spend some
months.' " I '
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SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, July 3.
Major and Mrs. Crulkshank were hosts
tt a delightful dinner on Friday even
ing5 of last week. Covers were cUce3
or six guests at fin artistically decor
iled table. White'-' daisies," with their
fern-like foliage . in a round holder.
simulating a circular garden-bed form-
?a xne centerpiece, wnne wnue ran
lie1 shades completed the decorative
scheme. - The guests' were1 Lieut, and
frs.' Glassford, Ueut and Mrs. Potter
and Lieut and Mrs. Phillirson.
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; Captain and Mrs. O'Shea entertain
ed on Monday, civing a very delight
ful dinner for Lieut ani Mrs. Gaud
ier. Lieut, and Mrs. Miltrn. Mrs. Mil
ler, Miss Holcnmb, Dr. Kennedy and
Lieut. Carr. The cavalry hop at the
rlub'wss unusually well attended on
Monday, a number of dinners given
before It alwavs augment the danc
ers, and the informality of the club
hop is an attractive feature in the
p""imer months. rantsH and Mrs.
;uarters occupied by the two young Deshcn
fficers, exciting much interest and I
niment cn the part of the passers
y. That evening the guests testified;
lhat pig was as good as it was inter-
jsting qualities which do not always
?o together. Other Hawaiian dishes
were atteridant and enjoyed, while
.he immediate surroundings of the ta
ble as nearly resembled the scene in
wtish the luau is usually held as they
?culd be made. Large tree fern and
?lumps of banana trees lined the. walls,
potted plants filled the corners so
completely that nothing of the house,
rild be seen. Hanging among the
'jranehes were small lanterns which i "In the Wood3 of Hawaii," is the
"Ilumfnated the table over which, title ot an entertainment which will
"orrning a solid mat of green, was be given at the Opera House this'
spread frond after frond of ferns. The evening under the auspices of the .
zuests were Lieut, and Mrs. 'Warren. Young People's League. Advance
Lieut and Mrs. Lyman, Lieut, and ticket sales indicate that the theater
Mrs. Donaldson. Miss Gertrude Hop- will be crowded.
kins. Miss Kirkham and Captain Ben-j ThA pntprtjilnment i- to b tvnical-
jamin. After the feast the party went roonarchial days. Music and dancing;
to Lyman s quarters for music which, -..pu,,, rtavit Mllsir anfl nn"'
carrying out the Hawaiian character wm be prominent in" the entertain
of the even'ng. was the singing by moVtt T10 fnuny3rintr nrnram rAr tn.
the guests of many cf the native melo- Q mnr.a rtmniro r
1. Kaahumanu (by request)
Young People's league Chorus.
2. Kamehameha Waltz (by ' re
i. Music of Hawaii:
(a) 1. Olioli; 2. Paeaea; 3 Mele with
Uliuli; 4. Hula with Uliuli; 5. Hula
kuolo Ipu; 6. Hula Palpu; 7. Hula
Ipu Olokaa; 8. Ahaha; 9. Alewale
wa: 10. Ukeke; 11. Pu'H (sitting);
12. Puili (standing); IS. Piapa (old
method of teaching natives).
(b) A aong of 1878, when the gui
tar and ukulele were adopted by the
(c) The Ukulele.
(d) The Guitar, played with a piece
of. steel. 'Originated in Hawaii.
5. Selection: J
6. Favorites of Olden Days
7. Ka Hui Kalama. .Brs. Chung Hoon
Young P.Tople's League Chorus.
Spanish Dances: i
Misses Peggy and Julia 1
9. Ke Poola E Uila Nei (by
Mr. Henry Kaeo.
11. In the Woods of Hawaii:
Young People's League Chorus
Mason also entertained Monday with .
" d'nne for hirxs ?ni M"s. Glassford.!
Wrs V.V and -T ieuts. Rodeers and
"eal. Wh'fe and red ntunfas In a!
tall vase formed the effective tab'e ;
decorations, punnlemented with tall
silver candlesticks surmounted with
Monday of this week Mrs. Warren
save an auction partv of three tables,
entertaining for Mesdames Barley.
Fechet. Baker, Wfllard. Martin, Bur
nett, Deems, Wlllyoune. Forsvthe.
Mapes. and Dodds. Mrs. Wrillard
Droved the lucky lad v of the afternoon,
her high score winning the first prize,
a half dozen tea napkins, beautifully
embroidered; Mrs. Willyoung had the
second highest score, and was given
an embroidered guest towel.. Mrs.
Fechet received "consolation," a set
of Japanese table runners.
Lieut, and Mrs. Milton entertained
at dinner on Friday for Major and
Mrs. Harrison. Captain and Mrs. Chit
fy. Captain and Mrs. Holbrook. Ueut.
Owen. Lieut. Rodgers and Lieut and
Mrs. Cheney. Red geraniums and
"andle shades gave an unusual and
attractive color note.
The Tuesday favaTrv-Artillery auc
Mcn c'ub met with Mrs. Chitty this
veek. ccm nletins a tournament. Miss
lertrude Houkins and Miss Harriet
, Fllis won first and second prizes. Mrs.
Marr. Mrs. Milton and Mrs. Caugler
were elected to be new members of
j Canta'n and Mrs. Punker's dinner
cn Friday was an enioyahle affair.
Colonel and Mrs. Cheatham. Miss
Cheatham. Cantain and Mrs. P. Par
ker and Lieut. Huntley were the
guests. The partr afterward attended
the prst hop in the amusement hall.
Mrs. Charles Meals, wife of Lieut.
Meals of the Twenty-fifth Infantry,
has returned recently from a
JULY 8 IS DECLARED
REAL LIBERTY DAY
By Latest Mail
PHILADELPHIA That the Declar
ation of Independence was publicly
promulgated July 8 instead of July 4
and that it was first read by John
Nixon from an old observatory bal
cony instead of from the steps of
Independence Hall, as popularly sup
posed, are the assertions of Wilfred
Jordan, curator of the hall, who is
digging in historic Independence
Square to find the foundations of the
Madge "She's a woman who is al
ways seeing things she shouldn't."
Marjorie "Don't tell mamma about
visit' that,, or.-she'll want to hire her for
of some months spent on the coast my chaperon." Judge.
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