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SOCIAL NEWS OF THE DAY. '
Judge and Mrs. Monsnrrat enter
tained at flintier at tho Courtlund last
night for Chief Justice and Mrs. A.
O. M. Uobortgon. The table was cf
feotlvoly decorated with American
Beauty rosea. The hand-painted placo
cards were harmonious with the table
decorations. Covers were laid for
Chief Justice and Mm. A. G. M. Hob
crtson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Monsarratt,
Mrs. Klrlcaldy, A. L. C. Atkinson and
Judge and Mrs. Monsarrat. After
' dinner Jho guosts enjoyed the music
of a Hawaiian quintet club.
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Miss Mao Johnson wc.i hostess at
an elaborately appointed dinner at
tho Colonial Hotel last evening. Tho
guests ot honor were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank L. Clark and Miss Clark of
l'lalnsfleld. New JerEoy. At the din
gier Mr. and Mrs. Clark announced the
engagement of their daughter Edith
to Mr. Gustav Workman, of Honolulu.
Tho color scheme for tho dccoratlon.i
Avas pink and lavender, and was ef
fectively carried out with delicate
pink roses and violets. The guests
Included Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Clark,
Miss Edith Clark, Mr. and Mrs. George
Klugel, Mr. hathrop, Mr. Blorkman,
Mr. Jack I.yall, and Mr. J. H. Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark and Mtos Clark
"were making a tour of the world but
their plans have been slightly changed
and they will remain in Honolulu un
til tho summer, when Miss Clark and
Mr. Workman will bo married.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. Hedcmann will bo
departing passengers in the Sierra on
Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hedemann
-plan to make an extended visit on the
Mr. and Mm. Clarence H. Cooke and
family have been spending tho week
at "Kahaina," their summer home.
Mr. and Mrs. James John Creswell
Haynes are entertaining at dinner on
Saturday evening at their bungalow
Mrs. S. Hyde-Smith, mother of Mrs.
Harold Dillingham, was a returning
passenger in the Sierra this morning.
' Mrs. John Sebastian of Chicago,
who wtvi an Incoming passenger In
tho Sierra this morning, is stopping
nt tho Mosna Hotel.
Mrs. H. It. Phelps and Miss Helen
Pholps of Los Angeles, California, are
guests at the Moana Hotel,
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Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Savillo of San
Francisco arrived In tho . Sierra th',3
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Lieutenant and Mrs. Watkins will
leave in tho transport' Sherman, which
stils this afternoon, for Fort Leaven
worth where Lieutenant Watkins has
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butler, who came
to Honolulu in connection with tho
Christian Extension movement, will
leave for San Francisco In the Sierra
Major and Mra. C. L. Tilden, the
Misses Aloxlno nnd Marion Mitchell,
daughters of Mrs. Tilden, and Miss
Marguerite Carpentler were among
tho travelers who left yesterday on
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O Mondays: Punahou, College O,
O Hills, Manoa, Maklki. O
O Tuesdays! Walklki, Kaplo- O
O lanl Park, Kalmukl, Palolo. O
O Wednesdays: Nuuanu, Puu- O
O nul, Pacific HeighU. First and O j
U imru weanesaays aoove uu- w
O anu Bridge. Second and Fourth O
O Wednesdays below Bridge. O
O Fourth Wednesday, Pacific O
O Heights. O
O Thursdays: Tho Plains. O
O Fridays: Hotels and town. O
0 Fourth Friday, Fort Shatter. O
O First Tuesday, Port Ruger. O
O Saturdays: Kalihi. Thlra and O t
O Fourth Saturdays, K.amenamo- w
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tho Chlyo Maru for tho Orient. On
their return they will pass some time
in Honolulu, where they will bo en
tertained by friends.
fsnnn Friday plans.
Central Union church will olvserve
the anniversary of the crucifixion by
a special service In tho parish house
at seven-thirty this evening. There
will bo appropriate music. Mr. But
ler and Miss Kemp will sing and the
congregation will bo led by Mr. But
ler. Dr. Scudder will speak on the
subject "Tho Crow, a Symbol of Son
Making." Tho service will look for
ward to the Easter communion. Tho
! public will bo welcome.
Civic Progress is Making Over the Coast
Metropolis The Marvelous Changes
of Five Years
nativity that will rank with the build
ing or tho l'minnm cmnnl. Tho very
mantlon of theso UHukh now well un
dor way rttlrs tho imagination, tho
ruiillsHitlon that those things are ac
tually coming to pass stirs nn un
wonted nctivlty and glvos n desire to
contrlhuto something to tho general
proBiwrlty und accomplishment, for
his own good and for the good It wilt
do tho city.
Not fivo years ngo San Francisco
was stagnated, ridden with graft and
cheap politicians. It sconicd as though
the city was In a slough of despair,
Even later than that Mnyo" McCar
thy and his cheap horde of office-seek-ors
scorned to have saddled them
selves on the city for years to come.
San Frnncbco the country over wns
spoken of In sneering terms.
And then tho fight started; and not.
only hns a record been made In build
ing accomplishment, hut the moral re
generation of tho city stands as n
marvel In the eyes of tho country to
day. It Is a new San Francisco In
every sense ot the word.
Speaking of the effort made by
everybody to do something for tho
ci'.y, I can not but fall to mention tho
movement inaugurated by one of the
newspapers In this rity to beai'tilv
the homos. Hardens, and the hlils and
vacant spaces- about the city. A splon-
HUl scrlcf. o' prizes has been offered,.
to bo paid during tho next few years,
for tho children, tho grownups, the
Improvement clubs, the residents of a
block, who will take tho time and
trouble to make their locality or prop
erty the most beautiful in tho city.
It Is one of the most effective move
ments ever inaugurated by a newspa
per, and one in whi'h thfi on;'r city
will take an Interest. True the pa
per is t'olng It for its own glorifica
tion, but It is entitled to full meed of!
pralia for undertaking such a work
which will be of such immediate and
great benefit to every section cf the
An Improvement edition has been
Tho only baking powder
made from Royal Grapo
Dream of Tartar
Ho Alum, Ho Lime Phosphate
DON'T GET NAWSTY
WHEN YOUIl DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT CLUB ASKS YOU TO
FILL UP THE HOLLOWS IN YOUR LAWN OR TO PUT DOWN A
CEMENT SIDEWALK. WE HAVE ALL THE MATERIALS NEED
ED AND WILL FILL YOUR LAND FOR A REASONABLE PRICE.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Robinson Buliaing. Quoon StrooL
started, with articles by woll known
plant cxpertB and nurserymen, who
answer all questions and glvo ndvico
ns to what to plant, where to plant,
end how to caro for gardens. Already
tho work is In full swing, and by next
spring tho city should be an object
of beauty to tho eye. Window boxes
filled with flowers, blocks Improved
with an eyo to continuous beauty, and
vacant lots and tho hills covered with
wild flowers will glvo an impression
to tho visitor which can not be offaced,
and which will be a fitting setting for
tho world's fair and tho great build
ings tho city I.s about to erect.
San Francisco 1915 will never be
recognized ss tho San Francisco of
Dr. MacLennan bub returned and
resumed practice. Office, King St,
opposite Advertiser ofilco. Hour: 10
to 12, 2 to 4, 6 to 7.
We Are S
By ERNEST N. SMITH.
(Special Correspondence of the Star.)
I SAN FRANCISCO, March 30. The
now spirit of civic progress shown In
San Francisco during these last few
months, and which I have mentioned
several times with admiration, has
been further splendidly exemplified
by the elections held the.io last two
days. In the first election by a voto
of eleven to one the citizens told their
city officers to go ahead with a bond
issue which will provide for one of
tho most beautiful set of public build
ings in America. In the second elec
tion they added to the municipal rail
way the desire for municipal owner
ship of the telephone.
There will be acquired by the city
at a cc.3t ot $4,300,00 all the land ad-
Miss Manu Whiting and Mr. Carlos
Long were united in marriage yester-!
iday at high noon by tho Reverend
John Erdman, at the bride's residence
iin Pauoa valley.
1 The bride, wearing a gown of soft
white clinging material and a white
-portrait hat, entered tho reception
room, which was transformed into a
' bower of white roses and maidenhair
fern, upon the arm of Mr. P. C. Jones.
Tho ceremony was performed before
a bank of calla lilies and maidenhair
Tho bridesmaid was Miss Ethel
Whiting and the bridegroom was sup
ported by his brother, Mr. Elia Long.
After tho wedding a reception was
held to the relatives and immediate
friends of tho bridal couple. '
Mr. and Mrs. Long were recipients
of many beautiful gifts.
Jacent to the famous. old city hall, that
there may bo plenty of land for tho
now buildings and for their ap
proaches which are to bo parked.
Where Is to bo a new city hall to cost
fl,G00,000. There will bo a municipal
auditorium to cost $1,000,000. There
will bo a municipal opera house to
cost $750,000. There will be a Cali
fornia state building to cost not less
than $1,000,000. There will bo a costly
and handrtomo public library. These
buildings grouped In one enormous
park will bo a monumental oxhlblt of
civic progress end mark to tho fullest
extent the complete rejuvenation of
Work is to start at once to get the
bonds ready, and it is confidently ex
pected that before tho end of tho year
work will have started on several of
these building,! and thousands of
those now unemployed will be given
work, and continuous work, for sev
eral years to come.
Tho effort Is to bo made to have
everything complete by 1915. Tho
work on tho exposition has already
started and by this time next year tho
entire city will bo a bee-hivo of ac
When one considers that by 1915
this city will havo tho greatest world's
fair, and will show to peoplo from all
over the earth a business section that
is really less than nine years old, San ,
Francisco will present to the world nn
achievement of tho human mind and
4- ' -..
' and will remain there
We are remodeling our store and Honolulu
will soon have the finest, the largest and
the most complete exclusive Book Store
west of Chicago.
A LARGE STOCK OF NEW BOOKS COHERING ILL LIES Oil THE
The Crossroads Bookshop, Ltd
Young Hotel Building
Gloves, Hosiery, and
Our Spring purchases of thepe goods arc now in stock.
"ONYX" HOSIERY, in Silk and Lisle. Thread.
1'OWNES' GLOVES, in fine Kid and Silk, with double
New Jabots, LACE COLLARS and YOKES.
Superb Millinery '
We have arranged for our customers and friends a
special display of exquisite Easter Millinery for tomor
Misses' and Children's Hats.
The selection of dainty styles for the young folks will
be a feature in this display.
White Lingerie Dresses
A new line of Handsome SPRING DRESSES now being
shown. Marquisette embroidered, Bastite trimmed with
Lace, and Eyelet Embroidery.
White Serge Suits
Tailored and finished in the latest style, at $25.
N. S. SMCHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.