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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX, YTEnXESDAY, AUG. 7, 1012.
(Management of R. Kipling)
St. Clement' the Scene of a Military
Tho second military weddl.f -f thf
Reason wa performed at St. ( 'ierm-'it'
on Monday night when Miss flay TJell
of Honolulu, and Knsign I'aul Mar
shall Hates of the 1J. S. S. California
were united In marriage by the iv.
F. O. Williams. The little church was
simply ami effectively decorated with
white daisies and pepper branchc.
The bride wno 'was given away by
her mother. Airs. J. H. Dell, was
charming In a robe of irory satin. Like
many of the recent brJts on the
mainland she chose a court train
which was weighted with a wreath of
orange blossoms. Her veil was arrang
ed like the boudoir cap and was fast
ened with range blossoms. She car
ried a shower bouquet of white
Maman Coehet roses. The maid cr
honor. Miss Martha McChesney, won
an exquisite gown of shaded yellow
chiffon over yellow satin and a ,hair
ornament of white plumes. She car
ried a shower basket of white Maman
Cochet rose buds. The bridesmaids
were Miss Vivian Duckland and Miss
Hazel Buckland. The former wore
pink.jchifj'on over pink satin and the
latter wore blue chiffon over satin.
Both of the girls wore chiffon bon
nets. They carried shower bouquets
The bridegroom was supported by a
brother officer. Ensign William H.
O'Brien and the ushers were Ensign
Skelton and Ensign Merton Ander
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After the ceremony the wedding
party and a few of the. intimate,
friends of the bride motored to the
Young Hotel where Mr and'OTrS. Bates
held a Reception. As Is the custom at a
military wedding tfce bride drew her
husband's sword and cut the wedding
cake. - When the bridal bouquet was
thrown It was caught by the maid of
honor. k .' ; ,
'Mr. Bates sailed from Honolulu with
his ship yesterday afternoon, but
Mrs. Bates will remain with her moth
er or some time, probably until after
Mrs." Bates Is an Island 'girl haying
lived here since her childhood and
Bhe is one of the most popular 'em
bers of the younger set. As. yet Mr.
and Mrs, Bates 'have made aolfiefln-
ite plants as to where they will , make
their home.. ,
-Those who met Ernst. Behr of Pas
adena" Jast spring, when he spent sev
eral weeks with' his sister. Mrs. Rufus
Spaldlngr of Kauai will be touch In
terested in hearing' ,of. his., engage
ment to Miss " Bessie Mattisnn, only
daughter of Dr. Fitch C. E. Mattlson,
one of the most prominent and popu
lar physicians of Pasadena, Mr. Behr
is himself the only fiori pY a physician,
,Dr. Arnd H. Behr of Pasadena, a man
.rioted all over' the country. 'for his
experiments in theropeutic chemistry.
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Now Going On
Prices $8.75, $7C.W, $130, Ett, to $150
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W. W. BIMOID & CO., Lta.,
53-57 KING STREET
Mondays I'uriahou, College
Hill:, Mnnoa. Makiki.
Tuesdays Waikikl. KapiolanI
Park, Kalmuki. I'alolo. Fir.t
Tuesday, I'ort ItUKr.
Wednesdays Nuuanu. Puunul.
Paci.'ic Heights. First and third
Wednesday, above Nuuanu
bridge; sei-ond and fourth Wed
nesdays, below bridge; fourth
Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first
and third Wednesdays, Alewa
Thursdays The Plains.
Fridays Hotels and town.
Fourth Friday. Fort Shafter;
Saturdays Kalihl. Third and
fourth Saturdays, Kamehameha
Fu-ii-ty Editor Telephone
4, .ft. 3 S ? 2 $
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gay's House
During the past week many of the
society folk who have been' guests of
Mrs. Francis Gay at tin house party
on Kauai have been -returning to Ho
nolulu. The month of July was spent
at the Gay's home on the Garden Isl
and and the party spent the entire
time, riding, dancing and at various
entertainments arranged by the hos
tess, Mr. and Mrs. Gay's guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Ross, .Miss
Hughes, Miss Cornet, Xilss Carol Low,
Miss Laura Low, Mrs. Helen Noonan,
Mrs. Fred Klamp, Mrs. Charles Wil
der, Captain and Mrs. Sturges, Mrs.
Lacy Spalding, Mr. and Mrs. Sandow,
"Mr. Ernest Gay, Mr. Oleson, Mr. Behr,
.Mr. Vernon Tenney, Mr Alljson Jor
dan and Burr Wilder.
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Admiral and Mrs. Cowles Dinner
Admiral and Mrs. Walter C.Ccwlea
entertained at dinner on Monday even
ing for Admiral Sutherland,, The cen
terpiece fpr the table was artistic
arrangement ".of ShastiT, daisies. Cov
ers i were Ja.litor .Admiral and Mrs.
Southerland,vGpvernor and Mrs. Wal
t9r;F. Fredr, Mrs. F.W, poleman, Cap
tain and Mrs, Clilxon. Carter, Major
'and:: Mrs,' -'Neville Mr," Chornley, Mr.
and Mrs. Klebahn. 'Miss Edith Cowles
and ' Admiral and vMrs. Cowles.
Mrs. Mmie Moore arrived on the
S; .S.-Korea last week to be present
. Monday' evening at the marriage of
her niece,: Miss Ray Bell with Ensign
Paul - .Marshall Bates of - the' ' cruiser
California. .; Mrs," Moore, wtib former
ly reside in Honolulu and owns prop
erty here is the, house .guest, of her
sisterj Mrs. Bell on Lurialllo street.
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It is now refrigerator weather ex- !
actly the time when the qualities of a
refrigerator are put to a test and its
.worth thoroughly appreciated.
You need not experiment with our
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decision, which is that we win on su
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3I1& WILLIAM HARTT'G
A quiet wedding was solemnized at
high noon on' Saturday, when Miss
Sophia de la Nux of Honolulu became
the bride of Mr. William Hartung. The
ceremony was performed at St. Mary's
church, in San Francisco, by the Rev.
Father Adelbert, formerly of Maui.
Mrs. Hartung is an Island girl and
her many friends regret that she is
to make her home so far away from
them. When, she completed her course
in High School Mrs. Hartung secured
a position with H. F Wichman & Co.
and remained there until a few weeks
Mr. Hartung was a member of the
first graduating class of the College
of Hawaii, and is now one of the
chemists in the sugar beet factory iri
Spreckelsville, Cal., where the young
bride and gropmwi make their home.
Mrs: Charles Wlfder's Progressive
Mrs. Charles Wilder was hostess at
a progressive dinner party last even
ing at her home on Pilkoi street. Cov
ers were laid for the guests at three
tables and at the conclusion of , each
course the ladies moved to different
tables while the gentlemen remained
in their original places. The guests
Included Mr. and ' Mrs. Francis Gay,
Mr. and Mrs.: Bond,' MrsSando! Miss
Hughes, Mrs. Lacy "Spalding, Mij. and
Mrs. Frederick Klamp, Captain and
Mrs. Sturges, Miss Carol Low, Miss
Laura Low, Mr. George Fuller, Mr.
Allison Jordan, Mr. Vernon Tenney,
Mr. Behr, Mr. George Torrey and Mr.
Mis8Lucy Dimond's Card Party. ,
Miss Lucy Dimond entertained In
formally, at five hundred yesterday
afternoon at her home in Kaimuki.
The first prize, a silver filligree co
logne bottle was given to MiSs Zepha
Pischel and Miss Thelma Murphy was
given the booby, a book of recent fic
tion. Aniong those present were Miss
Pauline Schaefer, Miss Zepha Pischel,
Mrs. Otto Berndt, Miss Glenna Mc
Cracken, Miss Catherline Ashley,
Miss Margaret Restarick, Miss Marian
Chapin, Miss Marjorie Chan-i, Miss
Beth Woods, Miss Thelma Murphy,
Miss Marjorie Gilman, Miss Hazel
Buckland, Miss Mary Lucas, Miss Ha
zel Ridley, Miss Maye Biven, Miss
Eloise Wichman, Miss Elizabeth Dar
cy, Miss Eleapor Tay and others.
Captain and Mrs. Carter Entertain.
Captain and Mrs. Cfifton Carter en
tertained 'at dinner last evening at
thejr home at Fort Ruger. The color
scheme for the decorations was yel
low and was developed with yellow
chrysanthemums. The guets were
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Swanzy, Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Tenney, Mr. and Mrs. Ger
rit Wilder, Mrs. F. W. Coleman, Mrs.
Hough of Stockton and Mr. Campa
nole. - -
Among departing passengers on the
transport leaving this week were Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Hill, whose many
friends here regret to see them go.
Mr. Hill, who for the past ten years
was connected with the, fortification
work at Fort Rosecrans, San Diego,
has had charge of work at Fort Rug
er for the past year and half, but re
ceived a cable Saturday calling him
to the coast. Mrs. Hill is an accom
plished n.ician and has been soloist
and choir, fstress at St. Clement's
chapel during much of her stay here.
At St. Clement's church Aug. 7, by
the Rev. Francis G. Williams, Mr.
Alexander May to Miss Lilian Watson
of Los Angeles.
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A number of the younger set will
leave in the Wilhelmin tomorrow for
the volcano and among them are Miss
Pauline Schaefer. Miss Zepha Pischel
and Mr. Carl Schaefer.
blackheads and oily skin may be
quickly overcome by the frequent
Sold by Hill. Hair WWker Dyt.
druggists. khefe r brwa. SOc.
Kim Tong Ho is an American Chi
1 ese citizen of Hawaii who has just
returned home from college laden
with honors and well equipped for a
j useful career. He tomes back with
the degree of A. B. from the Univer
sity of Wisconsin after completing a
four-year course there.
His special studies were political
economy, banking and insurance, and
he graduated aa bachelor of arts with
honors. Kim Tong Ho also brings
home trophies of distinction in ath
letics In the shape of two silver cups
with his name as, the w inner inscrib
One is the prize for high jumping
' snd running, the other that for ten-
1 is championship.
Kim Tang Ho is twenty-four years
of age, the son of Ho Fon, teller in
LSishop & Co.'s band. He won honors
in Oahu College in 1907 and 1908. in
the latter year carrying off the Da
mon prize for rhetoric. . Accompany-
i ing Mr. Ho on his homeward Journey
was Professor Edward H. Farrington
cf the University of Wisconsin, com
ing here for a visit.
Sprcial Star-Bulletin Correspondence
WAILUKU, Aug. 6. Large audi
ences were present in the churches
or Wailuku and Kahului last Sunday
morning and evening". The parish
ioners of Rev. William S. Short were
glad to welcome him back to his
church, and showed their apprecia
tion by a large attendance. Rev.
Henry P. Judd of Kahului Union
Church was away during the larger
I art of July. The . congregation that
greeted him uncm his first Sunday
back filled the church, Ai the Wai
luku Union Church, Rev. Mr.- Dodge
preached to an audience that com
fortably filled the church, upon "The
C. Hansen of Puunene expects to
enjoy a vacation trip to the Coast.
He left Maui -last Saturday.
L. Von Tempsky and family of
Halekala Ranch have been enjoying
many guests during the last few
weeks. W. S. ChilHngworth' , and
family have been visiting the delight
ful home for the last few daVs..
G. G. Irwin of Honolulu is to spent!
three weeks each month working on
the books of the Island Electric Com
pany. The other week in the month
he will he with the company's main
office in Honolulu. ,
Mrs. ft. A. Wadsworth has been
suffering for some weeks with a ser
ious complaint in the nose' and throat,
A few days- ago she felt decidedly
betteY, but the trouble has been of
so long a period that she went to Ho
nolulu last week for treatment at
the hands of a specialist.
Mrs. C. C. Gossin, the librarian, left
last . week for Honolulu for a two
weeks' vacation. MUs Lurena Mer
rlam Is taking her work at the Li
brary during her arsence.
Rev. J. Knox' Bdell, rector of the
Church of tlfe Holy Innocents in La
haina, will spend the month of Aug
ust in Honolulu. He will officiate in
connection with the St. Andrews'
TO THE FAR EAST
FOR DATE PLANTS
Prominent among passengers on
the Korea en route for Japan and
China with India as a terminal des
tination, were Frederibk Wilson Po
penoe and Paul B. Popenoe of- Pasa
dena, California, who are engaged in
quite an important work for the gov
ernment. Though but a young fellow
F. W. Popenoe is considered quite an
authority on things Horticultural in
the States, and is being sent by the
government to India to secure plants;
of the famous deglat noor or golden
drip date, the date which only the
patrician Arabs eat and which is con
sidered the most delectable variet)'.
This is the second trip pf the Pope
noe brothers to the Far East, and
this time as well as representing the
government, Mr. Paul Popenoe repre
sents the West India Gardens, locat
ed at Altadena, just north of Pasa
dena, whose holdings include exten
sive lands in Indio, California, where
the large date farm is to be estab
lished. Various other specimen fruits
are to be collected. While in Hono
lulu the brothers were guests during
the morning of officials at the gov
ernment experiment station here.
They were luncheon guests of Mrs.
J I. H. Booge and Miss Hooge of Pasa
I dena, who are spending several
i months at the Young Hotel. Miss
Booge and Mr. Paul Popenoe having
; been formerly connected with the
j same newspaper in Pasadena, both
i teing well known in their work there,
i The young men will be absent from
California until next June.
i A ALA PARK HAND CONCERT.
j The Hawaiian Band will give a pub
! lie concert this evening at Aala Park
I at 7:30 o'clock. Program:
1 March : Moi Wahine Rerger
'Overture: Italian in Algiers. . Rossini
.Intermezzo: Rapid Transit ... Arndt
Selection: The Belle of Bohemia..
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs
With Guitars and Fkuleles
Selection: The Prince of Pilsen..
: Waltz: The Paradise of the Pacific
' Polka: Nuuanu Valley Berger
' The Star-Spangled Banner
ilemnant sale Monday morning at
Whitney & .Marsh.
Bad luck is often but another name
for poor, management
An Old and Well Tried Remedy
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Managtment of R. Kipling
. at 3:30
Champion club-swinger of world will
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THE EMPIRE win bo opett eyery
hour of the day and night, and a con
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world's championship. Sea hta. medala
in Wichniah's window. ' . .'.. -
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The newest last in the
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