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HONOLULU : STAR-BULLETIN, "S ATUIUU V, JANTARV 1013. ;
s 53 ss s m mmm HERE have been many brilliant' 1 functions In 11 H, but the last on': of the -year's entertainment. tli New Year's ball at the National iluarl armory, at which Gavernor Luriii K. '"-' Pinkbam was hoet, vae the- most bril llant. Shortly alter th governor, members cf his cabinet and heads of the army and navy Jn Hawaii rwdved the thousand or mere guesH ho calkd. fell air of formality densited and the dancers devoted themselves to having a rollicking gcod time. The armory itrclf was transformed "Into a beautiful bower. The national flag and the emblem cf the fcrmer . kinglcm of Hawaii played a part in i the decora tic ns with a pleasing effect. J Cuant'tea rf ferns and vines werej uauked arcund tne wans, matting a pretty backgiound for the guests as -they rested between the dances. Beneath a white sat'n canopy, over which rested an immense Hawaliau cost cf arms, Quen Llliuokalanl, Gov ernor Pinkham and Col. and Mrs. Cur- - Us P. laukea watched the , dancing during theevenng. The supports of . the canopy wera wcund with 160ii;of j mail and fllmaV Hawaii's national . flower Contrary to her usual custom, I ftiA Onoftn twmanad of tha ofPoft" tin. t!l nearly midnight, and seemed very much v amuse J at the new dances, many of -which she ha J not seen be fore. Early In the evening Governor Pink ham 'sent h's New Year's gift, a bou quet of rf sea. to the Queen, with a lit tle note conveying to her his wishes fcr her happiness through the 'coming years."- .- . .While, the affair was one of the most brilliant cf the yearn society func J Hons, it .was 'essentially a democratic one and1 people from ail walks of life tcck this opportunity or meeting the fovernor cf the territory. And every, cne exprcsied delight that : the gov ernor shculd choose as the night of the first large public function at which he was host the night In which the eld year met the new.; 1 v ;;.': There -were many wonderful crea tions la the costumes worn by the ladies present at the functlon,..made for this special occasion by Honolulu's exclusive modistes., This waa, partic ularly noticeable In- the gowns .wprn by Queen Llliuokalani and the ladies v ho assisted tie governor as he re ceived his guests. 'Following a cus-. tern the originated many years- ago, the Queen ; wore lavender. Her robe wps of delicate lavender sa tin embel lished with real lace and brilliant flcites. . . , . Those la : the : receiving line were (Joverncr Lucius Pinkham "and Mrs. C. IJ. Cooper, en, 'd Mrs. William H. Carter,, Admiral and Mrs.; C B. T. Moore, Col. and Mrs. J. Walter Jones; Lieut-col. '. C. ; B. , Cooper and Mrs. James D. Dougherty Secretary - and" Mrs. Wade Warren Thayer, Attorney General and Mrs. Ingram M; Stain lack, Treasurer and Mrs. Charles J. McCarthy, Superintendent and Mrs. CLarlea'.R. Forbes, Auditor andv Mrs. J. H. Fisher, Surveyor and Mrs. "Wal ter 12. Wall. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. B. Pratt, Superintendent of Schools and Mrs. II. W. Kinney, 'i Land ' Commissioner Jcshua "D. Tucker High" Sheriff and :rrs. W. P. Jarrett Mayor and Mrs Jcscph Fern, Mayor-elect -and c Mrs. John C. Lane. ; y.Vv- t " Tho Introductions. were made 'by TTaJ. M.-M. Johnson, assisted by Capt. J.mes D. Dougherty, Capt Wr: V. Kolb, Ca pt Paul. Super, Lieut Charles Fra zicr and Lieut J. D. Reardaa.. . -The ushers were Maj. A, W; Neely, Capt Laurence Redington, CapLHen ry an iieson ana vapu )V. warr.can ueauiy rows. - ') ... 1 Lam. - ::.v .',,'.;. The committer of decorator Include ed Capt Henry P. O'SiilUvan, Capt ' James D. Dougherty; Llenf Perry M. S moot assisted by Charles Herbert. Mrs. C O: Cooper wore a handsome tvsiume .or ipncoi ,saun ornameniea with real lace, : . ; j Mra. J. Walter Jones' was attracUve in. black crepe de chine with black jet ornaments. : : , -Mrs. Wade Warren Thayer wore a Eiunning cosiume or macs saun witn a bcdi of whit, Uce. , . : . 2 irs. ti. i. iiiuore was simpix ua iuue iu uic ucn aoiiuc uubv and effectively gowned in white satla ment - and lace. ': ' . f airs.t : Robert McEldowney empha- Mrs. L M. Stalnback was charming ' sized her dark beauty by wearing a in a costume of pale blue satin trim-" dainty, frock cr silver pink, raed in wlilte lace. - '- . - - - . lirs. John Dqmin!s was attractiTe in Mrs. John C. Iane wore a gown of ' a yellow, satin gown. ; . s Everybody Admires a -1 DR. j; V Foftlw rWisikscasbmBi& . ultDnniMCmu. S7Gntirf jo wrw Ysmc mjr oniT reI1vp Sunburn. Removes Tan. Ptmplea, Blackha-is. Moth Xrhr Rash Freckles and Vulsrar Redness. Yellow and Muddv Skfn. giving . i a xrV. .t. and refined rnmnlprlnn which everv woman desires. a delicaiei vn. , . rj,Ict. t; Fcrd. Hopkins, Prop 37 So. i-.'; 1 Mrs. Frank D. Applin,. wife cf entertainment for the Army and.Xavy heavy black satin with a silk net over dress. Her only ornament was a rope of pearls. - . Sirs. C; J. McCarthy wore an exqul- wes thst ofvMrs. Bessie Abbot How site combination of black charmeuse land. It was a combination of helio and flesh-colored chiffon with chantli- " trcpe chiffon, over turquoise satin. ; ly lace. . ""''.':". -K Mrs. Charles S. Brom well looked Mrs. Walter E. ''Wall's gown was of charming fn a gown of white chiffon pink .with delicate touches of blue. Mrs. . Charles; R; Forbes was hand- soTOb-uip--.;. '.. -'.' Mrs. J. IL Fisher wasgowned in white charmeuse. fehe carried Amert- a Mrs. W. P. Jarrett wore hlueiWitn fcuches of Jlack : Mrs. J.S. B., Pratt was attractive in pink with spangled trimming. ; . Mrs. James p. Doughertywpre a handsome creation of pint chiffon over , wuue eauu mw jiasocmcuicno - trimming. , '. . I k Mrs; Arthur F. Wall wore a hand-1 cme . gown of .cream lace over blue. charmeuse...; - . - ; . I Ati.n...... at mt.oB nnf vo ln -.Airs, napnei ocuu s ain.c . a cosiume 01 wane muu, KJU a TrotUr taco. beautiful Complexion. FEUX GOURAUD'S , , OR MAGICAL BEAUnnER : Jin Indispensable and. Delightful ; V JToilct Requisite for Fashionable W omen. A dally necessity for the ladio toflet . wlwthr at home or whll travelinp. It protects the sktn from injurious effects of the element, frtves a wonderfuliy ef fective leauty to tle omrlexton. It is a lerfection-irreiisy Toilet Cream ani pos itively will not canse or enrountfre the Krowth of hatr .which - all ladies should jruard against win clectinjr a toilet pre paration. When Uancine. bowling: or oth er exertions heat the skin, it prevents a greasy appearance. Gouraud's Oriental Cream has been highly recommended by physicians, act-' reuses, sinsrers and women of fashion for i ever half a -century and cannot be sur passed when preparing for daily or even- attire Gouraud's Oriental Cream ru res Pkm dj p,n.v ClnnA Honlor Grcat Jones Street, New York. ... J- ' Lieut Applin of the Coast Defense, relief this week. Mrs. Jerome Pillcw was lovely In a white lace costume over pink satiii;. , One of the most stunning costumes mmmea wku urown iur over a urapeu gown of white satin. I, t wrs..: u.. 1,9 roes .wcreji .uveiy gown cf yellow saUn with trimmings of gold lace. Miss Thelma Murphy wore soft ,gatln with; touches; pf-black, which -Mrs; Grrit Wllder was charming In ,a' gqwn of soft white satin trimmed wItn pearl beadg 9 ; Mr8 Charie8 p. Cliilllngworth was stunning In a costume or black satin trimmed with white lace. j , . fitt. . tn RatlT1 , eown wk uina ttrt in tho bodice . , A,t ,u,ta. ,ffl0 th. virt . ... .rtcr. stHHn? in fashicned with the basque. Mrs. Reyrbld McGrew was attrac tive in a gown cf green satin, with a girdle of American Beauty satin. Miss Helen Spalding wore a girlish frock of white satin made in the new basque fashion. ; Miss Violet. Makee was attractively ccstumed In a combination of soft blue and white materials. 1 Mrs. Edward D. Tenney w:ore a handsome gown cf soft white material.-. . : -. . " M iss 'Marion Chapln was very pret- ty In a black silk net with an over-. skirt of Alice blue taffeta , Among those noticed at the recep tion and ball were: Governor Lucius E. Pinkham, Queen Llliuokalani, - Former Governor and Miss Mildred Chapin. Miss Margaret Mrs. Walter F. Fre.ir, Mrs. C. B." Coop-1 Young, Miss Louhe G'rvin, Miss Ma er, Maj.-Gen. and Mrs. W. H. Carter, I tian Chapin. Mis Thelma Murphy, Rear-Admiral and Mrs. C. B. T. Moore,; Miss Bafrie Gamble, Miss Ruth Soper, i Col. C. B. Cooper, Mrs. James D. ! gus. Miss Jean Angus. Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty. Secretary and Mrs. W. W,' George Angus, Miss Long. Mr. and . .Thayer Attorney-General and Mrs. I.' Mrs. G.: Fred Bush. Miss Helen Spald--' M. Stainback. Treasurer and Mrs. C. ing. Lieut and Mrs. William Munter, J. McCarthy, Superintendent of Public Works and Mrs. C. R. Forbes, Auditor and Mrs. J. II. Fisher, Surveyor and Mrs. W. E. Wail. Dr. and Mra J. S. B. Pratt, Superintendent of Schools and Mrs. H. W. Kinney. Land Com-1 missicner Joshua I). Tucker, High Sheriff and Mrs. W. P. Jarrett, Mayor and Mrs. Joseph Kern. Mayor-elect and Mrs. John C. Lane. Dr. and Mrs. 3. D. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Tarle- ten. Mr. and Mrs. Giles H. Gere, Lieut ?nd Mr?.',Gccrgo Povid, Mr. and Mrs. I ::'- '' - ' t - Mrs. Applin took an active part in the Reynold McGrew. CoKVaad Mrs. F. P. Reynolds,. Mr; and '-Mra; Gerrit P. Wild er, Miss ina rergascn,- M'Bs itazei Buckland, Mr. 'and Mrs: Robert Mc Eldowney, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paris, Mr. andr.Mrs. Charles F. Chilling worth, Mr.' and Mrs. John "Dominis. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. iauKea, 'Lieut, and Mrs. jprnmo Plllnw. Mr anrt Mrs v. . D. King, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dekum, Mr, and Mrs. E, E. Bodge, Mr. and Mrs. WHv Loe. Mrs.! Fanny Love. Mr. 9nA MrR n n ,,Tnorp TWt .. and Mrs. Luther James. Mr and Mrs. W. L. Cameron Lieut, auo Mrs. Orville N. Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. 'George Smithies, !Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macfarlane, Mr. ; amj Mra. Irwin Beadle Miss Alice Macfarlane Lieut and Mrs. E. J; ' o'Hara Miss Delia Holmes Mr and Mrs. E. A. Mott-Smlth, Mrs. R. B. Selbie, Miss. Peggy Center. Miss Ruth Soper, Miss Mary Lucas Mr. and Mrs. TfoLrV iwpr,: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arthur -WaH, Mrs. Wan MranH Mr " D. Ahlborn, Mr. and Mrs. Ranney Scott Mrs. Bessie Abbott Howland. Mr: and Mrs.' Vida Thrum, Mr. and Mrs. Frank- Thompson. Mrs. Charles S. BromWell, Mr. and Mrs. W. Noble, Mr. and Mrs. James Wakefield. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. A. G Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kluegel. Maj. and .Mrs. Frank Coe. Mr.j and Mrt. Floyd Emmans, Mr. and Mrs. i J. P.; Winne, Dr. and Mrs. C. B., High, I Mr, and Mrs. George Beckley. Mr. and I Mrs. Fred Macfarlane. Miss Marie Bal-j lentyne Miss Jessio Kennedq. Miss. Lila McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Charles f-R. Frailer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward. B.' I --v i a a trr ! .Loomis Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Trotter, Miss Blanche Sover, Mr. and Mrs Faxon Bishop, Mrs. Sarah Newcomb. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halstead, Miss Florence' Hoffman, Col. and Mrs. J. B. McDonald. Miss Mildred Bromwell, Capt and Mrs. F. H. Fcucar, Dr. and Mrs. A. E.. Schlanser. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gaynor, Mrs. W. B. Thomas. Judg j and Mrs. E. M. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wayne. Lieut, and Mrs. William C Wbitener, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blair, Mrs. J.' Bennett, ilr. and Mrs. Lorrin Thurstcn, Col. and Mrs. Wilmot E. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hocking. Lieut. ' and Mrs. C. E. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Purer, Miss Betty Case. Mr. and Ms. Otto Bierbadi. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Jrbnsrn. Mr. and Mrs. Percy SOCIAL CALENDAR, Governor Lucious E. Pinkham's Ball BaU. at the Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macfarlane Entertain. Miss Myra Angus Entertains. Judge and Mrs. E. M. Watson's Egg- nog Party. New Year Parties. j Open House at tne Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Will Wayne's and Mrs. William! Whitener't "Watcn Party." j Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith Entertain.! Miss Gladys Evans and Arn:eger Young Bethrothed I Col. Samuel Sturgis Dir.nir. I Capt. and Mrs. Carr Waller's Sup per Party. Miss Mildred Bromwell's Dinner. Morse. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Drew,1 Mr. and Mrs. Join Drew, Mr. an1 Mrs. j P. C. Lyser( Mr. and Ms. C. G. Heiser, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ; Young. Mr. "and; Mrs. Samuel DeFreest, Mr. and Mrs.j St. C. Sayrcs, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bel-' ser. Mr. V. G. Hummel, Capt and Mrs. James Brown. Lieut, and Mrs. Daniel W. Swan. Lieut, and Mrs. Frank Ap piin. Lieut, and Mrs. George Humbert. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Pros ser, Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Dillingham, Mrs. W. M. Graham. Mr. ami Mrs. Charlea Wil der. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Schaefer.' Miss Hazel Burr. Cant and Mrs. Carr W. Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Robbins B.l Anderson, Mr. and' Mr. E. D. Tenney. Mr. Robert Purvis, Maj. and Mrs. Merle Johnson, Capt. and Mrs. Pai'l Super, Messrs. Robert Hendry, Gray Zabriskie. Francis mames, Lieut Carl Spatz, Lorrm Thurstcn, John Gilford, Watson Ballentyn, Capt and. Mrs. James D. Dougherty, Messrs. Charles Herbert. John O'Dowda. David Bulck, LpRoy Bush. Stanley - Kennedy, Fred Wichman. Alan Lcwrev. Walter Area- brite. Mr., Hamilton, Kelly Henshaw, -Mr. Bocklund, Mr. Brewer, Lieut Ellis i. Lando, L'eut Wallace Philoon, Lieut Eberly. Clarence H. Olson, Lieut Ver non W. Boiler, Walter Rycroft Guy Puttolph. Bert Clark, C D. Wright, Maj. Matthew DeLaney, Lieut Wil Mam Rose, Lieut. Nicholas. Campanole, Blllie Noble, Oscar Corneliussen. Ken neth Emory, Stanley Mott-Smith, Campbell Crozler, Elmer Crozier, Bob! McCorrlston, Clay Kelley, Lieut. Chas. Lyman, Lieut. . Albert Lyman. Mr. E. A. P. , Newcomb. Arch Brown., Harry Hoffman. L. Young Carrethers. George Fuller. Will Carden. C. Franklin, Judge and Mrs. Charles F. Clemons. Officers of the army, navy, marine corps and national guard and ladies atending the reception and ball ' In cluded the following: : , s Col R. .G. Ebert, Lieut-Col. Archi bald Campbell, Cieut.-Cpl. H. T. Ken dall.- Maj. A. S. Conkling,. Lieut-Col. and Mrs. J B. McDonald, 'Lieut.-ol. and Mrs. t B. Frank Cheatham, Maj. and Mrs. D. B. Case and Mis3 Case, Maj. George Blakly, Capt and Mrs. George S. Gibbs. Capt. and Mrs. E. K. Massee, Capt ; and Mr3. George R. Freeman, Capt. It B. Lister, Lieut Col, and Mrs. B. W. Atkinson. Lieut) and Mrs. Charles R. Baxter, Lieut. V. W. Boiler, Lieut and Mrs. Alfred Booth, Lieut. R. G. Calder, Capt. D. W. Cl:amberlm. Maj. F. W. Coe, Capt. and Mrs. R. M. Guller, L'eut and Mrs. John P. Edgerly, Lieut-Col. and Mrs.: W. E. Eilis, Col.: and Mrs. Francis French, Lieut E. W. Fales, Lieut. W. C. Gardenhire, Lieut R. E. Guthrie, Lieut D. T. Greene, .Capt. and Mrs. C. G. Hall, Lieut G. B. Halloran. Capt. G. L. Hicks, Capt and Mrs. F. P. Jackson, Capt and Mrs. George R. Jatrerson, Lieut. C. Jenkins, Lieut. W. G. Jones, Col. L. W. V. Kennon, Maj. andMrs.' M. J. Lenihan and the Miss es Lenihan, Capt and Mrs. C. S. Lin coln, Capt. P. B. Malone, Capt W. S. RIapes. L'eut and Mrs. L. O. Mathews Dr. and Mrs. A. Matthews. Capt. L. C. Mudd, Maj. J. A. Penn, Capt. W. B. Renziehausen. L'eut W. C. Rose, Capt. and Mrs. O. B. Rcsenbaum, Lieut and Mrs. L. I. . Samusjson, Chaplain and Mrs. O. J. W. Scott Maj. and Mrs. E. V. Smith. Mrs. De Ford. Lieut L. McD. Silvester, Capt and Mrs. George A. Taylor. Lieut, and Mrs. O. N. Tyler, Lieut and Mrs. W.; C. Whltener, Maj. H. O. Williams. Lieut and Mrs. H. H. Zornig; Capt G. L. Townsend, Lieut, and Mrs. I. J. Phillipson, Lieut. O. K. Sadtler. Capt. A. C. Knowles, Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Parker, L'eut. and Mrs. T. C. Spencer, Lieut and Mrs. Rich ardson, Lieut C.JL. Tinker, Lieut. H. G. Milligan, Lieut, and Mrs. J. G. Pil low, Lieut-Col. J W. Short. Maj. M. M. Johnson, Maj. A. W. Neely, Maj. E. C. Peters. Capt. J. M. Camara. Capt W. V. Kolb. Capt. L. W. Redington, Capt. Paul Super. Capt Henry Van Gieson. Capt. R. W. Warham, Lieut, and Mrs. C. R. Frazier, Lieut Ellis' Lando, Paymaster W. T. Gray. Asst.. Paymaster R. E. Lambert. Naval Con-! structor and Mrs. A. Furer, Civil Engneer Samuel Gordon, Civil Engin eer Norman Smith. Paymaster's Clerk George G. Schweizer, Ensign B. O. Wills. .. , - . . J J Pretty Birthday Party. .Miss Lahiwa LIHyan Thompson en tertained some cf her friends Tuesday afternoon in honor of the tenth anni versary cf her birth. The Thompson residence in Kaliul was beautifully decorated with potted palms and sprays cf holly berries and red roses; red and green, the Christ mas colors, predominating. Among those present were, the Misses Kuulei Waldron, Marion Jae ger. Thelma Olds, Ethel Waldron, Ruth Wright. Bertha Durant. Aulant Macy, Pauline,, Burns, Dorcthy Wal drrn. Mildred .Mesuk and the hostess. t Mrs. Bruce I Canaea. wl'f2. cf Capt. CansgV cf the U. S. S. Alert, who has already won prominence. Mrs. Geo. D. Mclntyre conducted tho Hiildrpn's camrs and helned them T.asa , nleasant afternoon & j 4 Dinner at Schofield Barracks . one of the informal dinners at Scho - field Barracks this week was that at, which Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis en tertained on Wednesday evening. The tabled was prettily decorated with baby j pink rases and lacy maiden hair ferns. CoverAwere laid for Mrs. Harrison Your Si drawn toe tact that s mddy will begin oaMonday and con tinue for the . ' ; r''. : 1 Every Garment In ment Has Been irrespective of prices and many attractive gains will be found an long our high grade of merchandise. ia Whitney WE CAERY MOST APPROPEIATE GIFTS FOB CHRISTMAS STORE OPEN anese :'- Fort St., opp. Jab . V: . Perkins1 Photo., v Hall. Mrs. Charles Brom well.. Major William Gu!enard. . Cantaia Harry C. Williams. Mr. Howard and the host. 4 4 4 - A New Year's Eve Party. J Celebrating the parting . of. tho r old year and earning. of the new a. num ber of society folk made up a party and attended the governor's balL, Lat- . er in the evening they motored to , the Country Club and took part in t?e festivities there. & Marsh our wear ensuiing week; form! & TILL 9 Pi M. Baikaar r .: i ; CathoUc'QAiirch ' ftol Attention 1 Marsh .... I r ,. . w . ' . - 1 - C. Tr t t z. "xC.