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HONOLULU STAItBULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915.
THIRTEEN, uanannncn an n a o a n n a' r 1 M . ,1 A Sale 1 LD FATHER TIME, bead bent and II shoulders drooping, stood on the v threshold of the Door of the YVorld. With his flowing beard he hid the quiver of his lips but his eye be trayed his sadness. He turned reluc tinUy and looked back into the World, then, stepping slowly, dragged his xrcat scythe behind him. Before the Door closed, though,' a little, curly- Leaded boy canto-bouncing In, bring lng with him a new and glorious year. lie called It 1915. " There were no tears shed for the Old Man but a groat noise rose-all rer the World, for Its ioople pro- . claimed proudly "A King Is born; long live the King." And so 191 Is here to star twelve monthi, and from the expression cn the face of the curly headed, smiling little, youth ' those months "will bring Prosperity, Happi ness and Peace la. Xhe World. . Dut before he gave them this new . and shining year the little lad raised hla hand and said: "Waste no time on small resolutions that you win break as soon asou.have made them, but resolve to cast ,away from your thoughts Hate and Us child, War; and where this monster- was make room ; for Love, and the little things will y follow. : Then I ..will give , you a New : Tear which each day will unfold great . . blessing.- . The Wrcrld acquiesced and the'year in the silver and ptnk of Its dawn was gien to its people. 1 . - ': ..;-. J ja jc ':;vy Mr. and Mrs. Tenney Entertain. An elaborate-affair cf Thursday eve ning was the dinner at which Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Tenaey entertained at the Country Club. - After the dinner the guests took part In the ball at the V fcJub and merrily danced the New Year viiivine via iear out , The flowers In the table decoration . were African daisies, . blended from - the palest of pinks to the deepest shades cf the blossoms, and mingling with the daisies w ere fluffy bows and butterflies of tulle of .harmonizing . shades. Hand-painted place cards marked the seat of each guest, . In truding Mr. nd , Mrs.' Gerrit Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.' Cecrge Collins, Miss Violet Ma kes, Misa Mary. Lucas, Miss Harriet Uicas, Miss Jessie. Kennedy. Miss Ruth Soper, Mils Thelma Murphy, : Miss Wilhelmina Teuney. Mrs. Helen k Noonan, Misa Rose "Herbert Mr. ' Charles Herbert Mr. Robert Purvis. orating party. . : , v I . Mr. Arthur Hough. Mr. Theodore Tan-lute, Inul" .l"- tint llr. "Krilv" Hpn.h.. mp ' Vir."c u -sw-ra surgeon, miss pay. 1 HtcS. M t. Araabrite. M r. Hohie wl. r,. . e. Het.ty a McDonald. Mlrs are en Mr. FW tptrhm.n -.fi-ii w r ;1.i.4M.ur?': "eien exa?aer MaJr MattnevDe allties ' and hrstVi. " "T"" " -"t. I ". a. rurer, weau ana airs, e-, LAney, Air.iilooert Cou vain, Lieut. Leo or ' , ; . iwu i mun, usa ucuj te, cuu. y ejsn, ijieui. w ii nam c- Kose and This is . iiiu uiuuu, x-nsign d. u. v ins. Lueuu ljlcut. Ellis lando. - , I i one or the Informarvaffalrs of the , .,:.r-v v :; r . V week,-In Which the. members Of the'Caotain and Mrs. Waller Fntptain iunaiicu- Academy set participated, was the akatinr party at the rink on . Wednesday afternoon. The " young - folks were chaperoned by Mrs. Charlea S. Bromweli; . Among thoae present were Mrs. Charles HromwelL Miss Mildred Bromweli, Miss lima Woods, Miss Margaret Young, ; Miss Rachel - Woods, Miss Clemence Gifford. Miss - Louise Girvin.' Misa, MUdred" r Chaptn, '., 'v Miss Inez Gibson, Miss Margaret ' Hawk. Miss JJorothy Hawk. George .Bromley. George Llndley, Ernest Mott- - Smith." SUnley Mott-Smith, John Glt f ford,' Donald Ferguson. Frank Vmter, ; Gere Smith. Arthur Brown and Lorrin Thurston.-; r ; - .. ' & " Lieut; and Mrs. C; E. .Smith Enter . Ulned. ': : - ' , Ueut and Mrs. C. E. Smith enter ' stained Informally at dinner on Thurs i day evening at the Naval Station for . a number of the service' set ; - Following the supper the guesU mo tored to the armory where they paid Women's Black Matt Kid ton. Patent Kid Vamp, Dress Boot.. , - . get them at . Mclnerny Fort, above I i - T y5i I .".W I S ' S ' - ' i 'J f Miss Marjorie Freeth, a popular Honolulu girl whose "engagement "'to Mr; Ralph E. Clark v. as announced last week. . - Cochran and the host and hostess. Captain and Mrs. Carr W. Waller Lentertainea at one ... of the informal r r uc . ine, '.VJou.v - on Monday evening during the first pertormance of the Army Relief bene- fit Their guests included Captain and Mrs. Norris Stayton, Lieut and Mrs. E. J. O'Hara, Miss Delia Holmes, Lieut and Mrs. Rollin Tiltcn, Major - and Mrs. M. M. Kimmel, Captain L. C. Mudd. Lieut. Coleman Jenkins, Ueut. George Van Deusen. Following the theater nartv Lieut and Mm Waller entertained at supper at their home at Fort De Russy I . j At the Country Club. v After snendine many deliahtful even- A.r inKo .AiVin- inofviittnn from, Mr. Robert Couvaln the mem- bera have decided to disband, and this evening will give a dance at the Conn- try Club. Many of them are inviting guesfs and it. is expected that the affair will be I .$5-50 Shoe Store King Street . nl"-;..W,cnwe. a novel way to. entertain about Bromwell has invited as L Mr. and Mrs. Walter- Macfarlane Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Walter . Macfarlane chese a novel 30 of their: friend when they invitedJare Americans whose relatives are in them to a Chinese dinner to be fol-1 Turkey. The Turkish government is iowed Dy a dance Th affair was giv-' so un lust that only the property .of, en at the Macfarlane s beautiful home on Pensacola 6tre3t on New Year's eve, and the guests lingered long after 1914 had faded into 19LV The decorations were 'in- red, . the brightly colored Chinese papers and 1 nter,ls .haying been arranged through 'r.e r,"se- ?n tab,eua centerpiece cf Cuinf se f ruJt the only brta- ment Covers were laid for Mr. and J!'8 SHmle8 ytK Mr. and ""- . 'ims, iiir. ana airs. George iey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert oningle. Miss Mariorie Frppth Vr 8m1 Mrs. A. N.- CamvbelL Mr. ' and Mrs. W. H. Campbnll. Mrs. E. Freeth, "am , s.,fr real nature in. anoj ?r- and Mrs. George Straub. Mr. 8ndon lhet boys who saw the host Mrs. Rchihs. Mr, and Mrs. William 1ST.- h . visitor says that toere. was Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Macfarlane, ja decided contrast in- their appear- Alice Macfarlane 'Sonny". ; Macfar- lane. Mr. Ralph Clark, Mr. John Mc- Crosscn and the hst and hostess." k k Miss Myra Angus Entertains. - ; .. Miss Myra Angus was hostess at a delightfully informal affair on Tues . day afternoon when she entertained a few fripDrfs-at- tpn Tho rfonnroflfinci j were in pink and green and were of an effective combination of pink be gomas and maidenhair fern. - Het guests included Mrs. Edward B. Loom is, Mrs, George David. Mis Jordan, Mrs. M. T. Clesg, Miss Jean Angus, Miss Marjorie Freeth, Miss Blanche Soper. Miss Cattcn; Miss Florence Hoffman and Miss Vance. j. ' ' " ;'; . '.' '. v"': An Interesting Engagement An engagement which was announc ed this- week which interested -Hono lulu society folk was that of Miss Gladys Evans Thomas and Mr. Robert Arroiger Young. Miss Thomas came here some time ago from her home in '.Santa-. Cruz, California, and has many . friends in the islands. Mr. Young is a son of Alexander Young and is well knewn throughout the islands'. His nome is on Hawaii though for several w eeks past he has been in Honolulu, No definite date has been ' set 'for the wedding but it will probably take place Eometime. in the spring or sum- te. - ' vH ,s h " .v1-: ' Dinner a the Country Club, Prior to the dance' at the Country Club. on. New Yea r's eve Miss Mildred Bromweli entertained at' dinner at the c'ub. Her guests included members i of the Academy set and they were cnanercneu . Uy Mrs. Charles Bromweli Aibert p Taylor will return to Hono-, and Maj and Al rs. F. W. Coe. Covers lulu in tne jiatsonia next week. For were laid for Miss Margaret Young. tbe past year Mr. Taylor has been In Miss Clemence Giffcrd. Mrs. Charles charge of the Hawaii Promotion Com S. Bromweli, Maj. and Mrs. F. W. Coe, mittee's rooms in San Francisco and j Messrs, John Gifford. lrrln Thurs- nas been the resident fair commiaslon j ton, John OTtowda and the hostess, cr representing Hawaii. TALES OUT OF SCHOOL ; Honolulu. January 1. 1914. Dear Polly: The New Year has tern here but a few minutes and the spirit moves me to write. 1 have just watched the Old Year step down from its golden throne and in its place is now seated a pink and white little child and the wide sash around his waist is inscribed "1915." Of course all this is in my mind's fancy, but it truly is a new year. 1 can hear the horns and whistles shrieking all over the town. The New Year is be ing hailed with glee. I felt jiiEt a little throb in my throae when the clockstruck twelve. The past year has been filled with happiness for me and its face when turned to me' was filled only with gladness. On the other side of the world, though, it will always be re membered with horror for the great est war in the history of the civilized nations opened in 1914. It really is a relief to feel that the Christmas holidays are over, for as usual they were a strain on everyone. I shared in the bounties of the season, though, for my room is fairly filled with beautiful gifts. o -. Christmas makes me think. One of . the girls who just returned from the mainland related an amusing episode of Christmas week in San Francisco. As in Honolulu they have the Salva tion Army charity box and Santa Claus in San Francisco, and during Christmas week many of the unem- , ployed men secure temporary posi tions as old. Santa. At the Ferry building one man stopped at 'this post on a cold wintry day and evidently it hurt his feelings to see ho many coins " devoted to charity. At any rate he became cold and "borrowed' ten cents and visiting a nearby saloon satisfied his thirst with whisky. Again and again he did this and the fact that the charity box did not fill quickly did . not bother him in the least. But his career as - Santa Claus came to an abrupt' end. In the afternoon he was seen w alking up Market itreet waging his beard in one hand and his tripod and basket dangling over, his shoul der. It Is needless to say. whera he was sheltered that evening';' I I received a letter the : other day from a Honolulu woman .who is re siding in Switzerland. She says that the war has had dreadful effects upon the; people there, particularly in a financial way, Every day landlords turn oeoole out into the streets be- cause they have not enough money to their rent and as aresult there hundreds of people of all nation-. - camped on the sldewalksmany them freezing in the extrera cold. particularly so with the young students- who. have relied entirely up on their monthly stipend. She men tioned" particularly the young , men whose circumstances have been great ly reduced since Turkey has taken a part in the European. conflict. They the Ottoman is safe, and these, young j men like all other Americana in Tur key' have to. pretend that they are Turks f or ' all their property will be seized. , ;,:;.; .'. .' . . j I met Albert Carpy the; other day and he told me how the "nature man" story originated. Just because he en- joyed spending his summers 'in the mountains a newspaper friend of his on a San Francisco, paper, called him . the millionaire nature man, and wher ever he goes he finds that the cogno-- men has preceded him. The other day ;Mrr Carpy.. received, a call from li loned from a 6Ugar bag looked quite different from the immaculate Carpy; whose clothes have the appearance of having .come out of an exclusive tail or's shop. Mr. Carpy wouldn't tell Just what prompted his vistor to call On hjm and I have wondered if he offered- to teach him the secrets of living close to nature, receiving as a Reward for his kindness a share of the 'omi8 millionaire's JprtunC. It looks as though Marco and Fan chon Wolff' are here to stay for some time yet They are leaching dancing aside from their exhibitions. -' "j Do you know, nothing would give . me more pleasure than to gather to- -gether all the young society men here, ' and give them a few lessons in polite ness. I won't say etiquette. I noticed at the army relief entertainments at the Rilon this week there w as a large prepohderaiice of men at each of the; nerformances. and all over the theater there were groups of four and, five young men. They gladly eccept the' invitations of the maids and matrons' to attend all the social functions,, but ' when it comep to a place where sonny j must pay the expenses, for two he' usually renigs, and stays at home or goes . stag. Gracious Polly, the roosters are crowing already, and if I don't get a few winks of sleep L shan't be up in time for breakfast - Best love, . PEGGY, Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Taylor. to -: '. Return to Honolulu. After: spending a little more than a year on the mainland "Mr. and Mrs, n CALLING DAYS 8 1 FOR HONOLULU. 8 1 n a Mondays runahou. Makikl. a Tuesdays Waikikl. Kaplolanl 8 8 Park. Kaimuki. Palolo. First 8 8 Tuesday Fort Ruger. 8 8 Wednesdays Nuuanu. Puonul. 8 8 Pacific Heights.. First and third 8 8 Wednesdays. above Nuuann 8 8 bridge; second and fourth Wed-8 8 nesdays, below bridge; fourth 8 8 Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first 8 8 and third Wednesdays, Alewa 8 8 Heights. 8 8 Thursdays The Plams. 8 8 Fridays -r Hotels and town, 8 8 fourth Friday; Fort Shafter. first 8 8 Friday; Manoa. College Hills, 8 8 first and third Friday. 8 8. Saturdays Kalihi. third and 8 8 fourth Saturdays; Kamehameha 8 8 schools, last Saturday. 8 8 Fort Shafter Calling day ev- 8 8 ery Friday. 8 8 8 8 Note The telephone number8 8 of the Society Editor is 2799. 8 .8. 8 anaannnnnaanrinan Revelry at Country Club. There-was merry revelry at . the Country Club on Thursday 'evening when the '"four hundred. ' the grown ups and young folks, danced i;U intu the past and made 1015 te present. Thcusends cf brightly co!ored ser peht'nes wfre sup,pendei from the celling to the pillars cn the club lanai while red flowers and gecen ferns and vines were much in evidence. As the night faded into morning some one produced confetti and as the chimes and whistles .: were heard from the heart of the city confetti streamers were locsed, . while bcrns echoed th? celehratkn. at the Country Club. There were many catchy songs sung and witty toasts made appropriate to the occasion. ? .- Early in the evening the club pre sented an attractive- scene . as many of the tables were seated with merry diners. Later on the guests amused themseives' motoring from the Coun try Club to the Armory and bad what they called a progressive dance. Refreshments were served through out the even'ng and at 11 o'clock many of the guests ordered a buffet supper. V There were many beautiful gowns not'erd at the affair. . Mrs, Faxcn Bishop wore a stunning costume of purple, chiffon over crim son -satin. . ; . : Mrs. Thomas E..Wall was lovely in epricct satin trimmed with " cream lace.-; :. ;;. -; : ,, Mrs. A. Hocking wore lavender chlf fen brocaded in lavender over an un der dress of white satin. A dainty; gown was that worn by Miss Sara Lucas. It, was a comblha--tlcn of fllmy chiffon and shadow lace. - Miss Florence Hoffman was daintily attired in one of the new rurfled crea-. tiens. The bodice was a basque cr pink satin fashioned with the lace cape and the short skirt was of. fluffy dresden taffeta ruffles. - Miss Betty Case was In yellow satin with a broad sash of green. ' -ia..Frank Halsteadr wore a hand: some creation in gray and white,-,. The gray chiffon . ever dress was orna mented with cut steel beads. Miss Ruth McChesney wore a girlr Ish ccstume of soft white miterial and. a wide pink girdle. ' Mrs. E. E. Bodge- was in a yellow gown trimmed with white lace. ' Mrs. 'William Love was 'lovely in white satin. . . : ' 'Exceptionally beautiful ' -was ' the" mm nioii 011 there has been established a , branch of the Here either Mr. or IVfrs. Abadie will be in 1 . . - ....... i .-.. , . -t . . .1 da fly attendance about the proper mg of ; Thct store's localiencorhcr Union makes it Kandy for individuals ' or d el iver laun dry r , . f : Underwear Begins Monday Morning, Jan. 4, 8 o'clock Skirts, Gowns, Drawers at 1-3 off i , Large and well selected assortments of Undermus lin? will be offered at ex ceptionally low prices for this occasion. These goods ate from our regular stock arid are of the highest character and the newest and best styles. --x :: M fife? gown "worn by Miss Jessie Kennedy, who recently returned from the main land. It was cf, deep blue material ornamented with silver bads and touches of red. ' '- Miss Catherine. Lenlhan was attrao-; tlve iff a blue frock fashioned with the'acccrdion pleats which are so poi ular this winter. V ;..'." 'i Miss Lila McDonald wore an, 'ef-. fectjve co3tume of white, chiffon with a white satin tasque.".--'-.'''','.:'.- 'v ! Mrs. Frank ..Thompson w as stun ning fn a costume of sulphur 'yellow with old rosp trimmings. ' ; ' . Mrs. William Lyroer wore cerise with trimmings cf black.' ' . v - Miss Peggy1 Center was pretty in a combination of ctt white and 'blue.vB''. Eniersonkv.MlM Long. ' Misa Pearl material with touches 6t pink. V ; : Sutherland Mr. and Mrs. Paul SuncfJ - Mrs. Iluther James, wife of Ueut. Mrs. W. M. Graham. Miss Hazel Gert? I uthcr Jamesa v.as attractiTe in a'yek Miss May Kluegel, Mbj Ruth Stacker lowjgpwn ornajnented with. sUver lace. le Roy Bush, Albert Bush. Roy (lr: : . Airs. Walter Macfarlane was lovely ham, Donild Hayselden; Oscar . Coff in white saUn with trimmings of gold, nellussen. Dr. Coow Rraly. Mc Mrs. E. J. O'Hara was attractive in Crlsty and Mr, Campbell Crozier. a costume of pink satin: i I V- v v Open House at the Y W. C. A. Keeping "oicn , house"- tho Y. w. C. A. started the New Year with a reception at .w hlch ladies as well as gentlemen were invited. .The affair started with a cafeteria supper at 21 M A H TlTm ' ,. :. -' ; ': , " ": , ready to confer with you Laundering or Dry Clean- i parcels,' i? '- : ". -' - : ' -. ' i Phone Gonnectidri i . t -r ;0 ' ' ' f v X ' 'r'- JE :-3 -.r" and Gentlemen s. Garments. t,hich there wero a number of pTtC fes, amon? them being ono which in. eluded Miss Mildred Chapln, MJhs ." Madelene Chapin, Misa Inex Gibson,' " Mr: and Mrs.. Floyd Emmans, Donald rerguson, uavia tmica ana jounnio Warriner.- ; . .' Later in the e,veTTTng the fair guests as well s the 'Others took part In. the. indoor sports and watched a. ' number of interesting contests In, which the Y. M. C. A. boys took part iE?ome among those present at th af; fair were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Athertin,"' M iss Violet Atherton. Mr. and M W- Fr?nk C Atherton, Miss Marion. Rrown, Mis Gladys Htlstead, MIfs'; Re mice Halstcad, Misa Dorothy Hawk. Miss Mildred Hawk, Dr. and Mrs. ; js jt jH I. The friends cf Mrs.' J. H. Thompson' wfll be1, glad to know that ; she ' U greatly improved from her recent in disicition and is able to be -anions them again. '.:..---. ." '-.. (Additional Society on Page in.) " 7A and Hotel Streets VOUS SOUHAlTE BONNE ET HEU REUSE ANN EE- ..7 .. . dowii-town