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72 inches wide, 00 a yard.
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54 inches wide, !0 a yard.
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oft SOCIAL CHATTER mr HOME TALK
OCIETY HAS BEEN REST1NQ who Is to marry Joseph Letter June
this week preparatory to enter- 10. are Riving everybody a chance
tnlnlng the Fleet. There have to exclaim ecstatically.
been several small teas and Mra- Williams and Miss Juliette
luncheonB. but the gloom which ,have Just returned from a two weeks'
Is cast over tho town by the
death ot Prlnco David extends to
Tho mortal remains ot the dead
Prince were taken at once to the
Pensacola Btrcet residence, escorted
by Captain Parker and a squad of
police, the Hon. K. K. Llllkalant tak
ing charge. The reception room had
shopping trip to New York and the
marvels of tho trousseau are gradual
ly being unfolded.
The wedding gown of heavy white
satin Is to bo mado dlrectolre and Its
only ornamentation will be quanti
ties of fine old lace which once be
longed to the bride's maternal grand
mother. Save for a ball gown ot
pathetic and Impressive sight It was
to see the room of so many social
memories dedicated tosuch sad ser
vice. Tho pictures of tho Prince
and Princess, painted by Sandona,
startltngly lifelike, were the only
ones on the wall. They seemed to
dominate tho room. Tho colnn was
covered with choice flowers, It being
a Hawaiian custom to have them
constantly renewed, and Her Majesty
tho Queen, Princess Kawananakon,
and Prince Kalanlanaole, with other
members ot tho family, viewed tho
earthly body ot Prince David. Watch
has been kept over the body through
out the week by the old Royal socie
ties and the old retainers. To enter
the room and listen to the chanting,
which la always going on, Is to bo
transported to. Old Hawaii. The
welrdness of the scene, the tall, dig'
ntfled Hawallans waving kahilis con
wonder and n dinner frock of peach
blow pink satin mado empire, the
gowns aro all of the lingerie order,
nil elaborately embroidered and In
set with lace.
Mr. Letter and his brldo will sail
for Europe August 20 and nt Paris
the bride Intends to lay in n supply
of gowns sufllclent to carry her
through her first season at n chate
laine of one of the notable houses ot
the city and her second In society.
Aside from the frocks there are halt
a score of hats and not a merry wid
ow In tho lot. For these hats a won
derful hat trunk costing $8G has been
purchased. True to her spirit as an
Innovator, Miss Juliette has declar
ed her Intention of wining each of
her troutBpau hats emeu before she
dons It as a bride.
As for underwear, everything
comes en suite and the entire ward-
stantly, the chairs occupied by the robo ls m!lde ot tho nncst hnndlccr
tloso friends of the family, listening lchlef llnen- Save tor tho bride's Inl
to the solemn chanting of the an- flals ln llan1 embroidery, there Is uu
dent moles, the strong perfume of trimming aside from the thread lace
flowcra. and. nt the head of the blcr. . wnicn unisneu me euges of tno sev
tilt! pale, beautiful Princess, a pathet
ic figure ln her black frock, sho
docs not seem to sco tho friends who
walk around the bier, but, with
eyes downcast, appears wrapped ln
memories of the past. Her Majesty,
the Queen, has been present during
tho week and the adoration ot the
eral garments. Ono garment, a night
robe, made ot lace and a marvel of
hand embroidery, pame as a gift from
Mrs. William Ilishop of New York,
and Is said to have cost 1100.
Mrs. George Summerlln, wife ot
Captain Summerlln, U. S. A., who
"mntronlzed" Lelter nnd his fiancee
Hawnllans for their Queen has never during the courtship, presented tho
been so manifest. At the Pensacola prospective brldo with an ostrich
street residence the quintet clubs 1 feather fan mounted on tortoise shell,
sing In tho evening tho quaint and Emblazoned on the shell nro the
sad strains, lasting far Into the night, bride's Initials In diamonds. MIm
Always friends ure occupying chairs Grace Jarvls, granddaughter of tho
In the room listening to tho music, lata Senator from Mlchlgun, has glv
Tho floral decorations aro In charge! en Miss Williams a inngnfflrent
of Mrs. Tcnncy, Mre, Noonan, Mrs. brooch with her Initials In dln
' A. P. Tnylor, Mrs. Herbeit, and Ern-'monds. Lelter has presented his
est Parker. Flowers are constantly
arriving, and tho grief of the popu
lace is showed by tho letters, cards,
bride-to-be with a strand of mntched
pearls. Wltji tho check for' 11,000
given her by her father, Major WIN
and lels which have been sent. Mrr. illumu, Miss Julletto' bought a brooch
Purdy has had charge of the children) of diamonds and sapphires to match
and It has been so terrible to listen I her betrothal ring,
to their Innocent questionings about
The body Is now lying In state at
the Capitol and has been viewed by
thousands. Tho state funeral will
Tho Washington News has the fol
lowing item ot Interest, as the bride
is well known here. Joe Letter has
always been a picturesque member o(
socloty and bis engagement was quite,1 place at Manchester by the Sea. Here
Unally Mrs. Lelter, who Is de
lighted with her only son's choice,
has signified her Intention of passing
over to her son's wlfo on thn ma:-
rlage morning the Lelter house in
this city with all Its furnlshmont nnd
the Letter sliver and china and
Jewels to boot. Immediately after the
service, which Is to take place at 1
o'clock, Mr. Lelter and his brldo will
journey en auto tho Lelter country
a surprlso except to those "In tho
The gowns nnd tho gifts which
they will remain until they sail for
Europe, their return trip being book
ed for September. With tho old Lei
nave come to miss juiieue, uaugiuer tor nouso in tno possession of a
of Major und Mrs, John II. Williams, sprightly, clever, and youthful mis
tress, everybody ls taking n renewed , tliat1 thought I wanted to "wallow
Interest In tho home, which was tho In urt and slch" I believe 1 have cn
flrst In the constantly enlarging list joyed the auto rides more. For nil
ot houses put up nt the capital by wo hae lived bo many jcars where,
persons of wealth and social nsplra-1 nature has given us so much beauty,
tlons, to whom, moreover, the city that we mlns It In Hie big ctles, umi
owes much of its prestige as a social I'm not so sure that art' Is more sat-
center. That Miss Williams bh Mrs. 1 Isfylng than Nature,, Of course.. 1 do
Letter will keen tho social ball In a ' not want to niiuca? lilaBO. nnd I do
merry whirl goes without saying and not want to beeb'ino so, cither, for
as an earnest of what will be "do- Home wns a revelation and the keen
ing" next year In the mansion In Du- est kind of enjoyment. Sa was Flor
Iont circle it is given out among the ence, but In Florenco there Is bo
Intimates of the family that tho much stuff (yes, I will use the word,
bride Is to make her first essay as u for That Is what It Is), that where
hostess at a ball which she will ono knot's exactly what ono wants
give early ln the Fall to Introduce to sec and just where, to gu to find
her schoolgirl sister, Miss Dorothy. It. ono Is weary with tho strife liunt-
ng for It, and one's eyes rest upon
With Wandering Honolulans so much that ono shouldn't bother to
A Honolulu friend whom wo
know Is now at Lac de Como and
all vastly different in thq, galleries
there. Perhaps tho lcnl Joy und
pleasure will come to mo after 1
reach, home und think It over. Up
to now tho country llfo nnd small
towns havo fascinated me ln thu ex
tleme. Venice was so unique, too,
wltii. Its gondola life, nnrrbw streets,
curved bridges every" few feet," wind
ing around the town Ilka a labyrinth
until you find joursetf perfectly lost
and )ou would turn up exactly
whore you wanted to go without over ,
knowing It. Wo went out on the
fagtmns nnd Oram! Canal In tho '
evening, where wc'h6aril tho singing,
fioju tho different boats, all lit up
with colored 'lights. ' It was Very
fascinating, Indeed. Wo aro wend
ing our way on, after tho Italian
all look nt that Anally one's brain Is In like region Is over, to Milan, tho
nj a whirl. Luckily, 1 wouldn't look iCenoa and San Itemo Into Franco und
writes as follows: I was awnkoned at onl' tll,,so tilings 1 wanted most
this mornlng'by band music which to sec. 1 may havo missed much per-
came floating across the. water of .this ""I18 wlllcl ' 10IJ llave seon tlom
exoulslto lake. A fow moments later Symond's, Ituskln's, or Vesarl's stand-
we heard a beautiful chorus of men's l'ol"t. hut I am perfectly willing to , Dr. tells Air.
voices In song. Oermans they wero lel " go at this nnd sco what 1
who, I suppose, nro making a tour of haven't Been this tlmo at somo fu-
then 011 to Heidelberg, whero Ml.
Ulshop wants to see a physician. Af
ter that I do not know our plans, for
I suppose It will depend on what tho I
-, as to what Mr. I
will do. Tho Dr. has boon In
ninny hospitals slnco ho nrilvcd hero.
the Islands so with tho Joy camo a ' affairs nnd tho ono given on Mon-
rcgrot that wo didn't have nil theso day-afternoon by MrH. It. L. C. l'or-
nt home! There nil over tliu walls, kins In honor of tho birthday ot her
etc., wero dear little yellow and eldest boy, Richard, was an unusual-
white- losos, l!aruvlllla..the Governor ly attractive ono. About thlrty-flvo
called them, dainty things, and so children nmused themselves on tho
graceful and lithesome, rhododen- lannl, and the lcfreshmonts dear to
drums thlrty-lhe.feot htglit brUllaut ,tho children wero served on tho la-
'crlmsoh magnolias". 'loet'ln.'dla'raclcr; mil. Tliu mothers nnd slsteia wero,
yellow loses in profusion, nnd many treated to a delicious tea and tho
things too which wo havo nt home; plcturesquo Japancso nuises with
nnd many which we have nt home thelrtlny charges mado n picture nut
were not here, I might ndd. Tho
bluo of tho water hcic nnd at Lago
da fiardn Is 11 peculiar blue, not tur
quoise nor Indigo, but 11 cold cobalt
bluo which covers tho mountains,
tno, after tho sun goes down. How
lovely it Is! The aulo nets llko a
In all our goings wo have been do
la) ed only onco and that was last
soon forgolfen. Among thnsn pros-
ent wero llnbtcs Weight, Klchalin,
Lcwton-llraln, Phillips, Smith, Walk-'
er, Jackie Walker, Drown, Wilder,
Waterman, Judd, Sweicy, Kirkaldy.
Among the older girls wuro Misses
Waldron und Ahrcns,
Miss Nora Sturgeon's' tea in honor
of tho Misses Marion ami Klounor
Iday. coming from llrcscler to Lago , Wntwliuuso on Thursday afternoon at
dl Locco to get tho boat for Hellngglo. ",u "" ' "" imuiior on im
Mrs. thought sho "smellcd a!"'"1 nmii; was attended by a bevy
i..ll" nml ,ial.-p,l lmr lumlinnil to '" 1""" h'". ""' iu lra '"
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the two lakes Lecco and Como i.ture visit, want is tno use 10 try in itomo for two weeks ull the "luoni
Jumped up to go to the window and to digest moiu than tho brain ran lugs In, l'lorelico" ho spent with i
looked out. and saw a beautiful lot of capsize" (us the Ur. persists In say- Dr. llurrl (not Rusklii) und In llo
shadows nnd colors on mountain and ln a"l ' havo "over corrected him) logna visited tho laigest hospital for
water which I shall not soon forget. for then everything Is In u muddle, bone-work In tho world, a splendid
The singing was lovely, too. Along ' ani1 ,you ,lon't kiiow whether you t Institution, tho Dr. said. Ho won't
camo a Northern Italian girl dressed nave Been ,,'ra '-'PPo Lllil' Mutlon-J bother with medicine any more now
ln n rosc-nlnk skirt with velvet rib- "a or liottuclll's, or which wns till Ho roadiea Ilctdelbcig. Resting
bon put on In zigzag fashion around I which, or whether Doucotello or Dav-i seems to go very hnrd with him. Ifc
the bottom and a black velvet bodlco ''' waM ",0 " Verrocchlo did or wns fur happier when ho spent his
and white jumper, laco cap , and lace I v'co versa, and when you , sco Men-' mornings In the hospitals and his
apron. Sweet she was, really. One;tegno's St. Qeorgo dono In Venice on .afternoons sightseeing. I fancy wo
sees here so many pretty little things a l,leco r canvas twelve Inches by will bo homo earlier than wo
which help to mako the surroundings J e,Bl l'crnaps )ou wouuer wiiy won- uimigiu.
plcturcsqae. Wo seem, to bo far too latello insisted on making his tho. Wo went across the' lake yesterday
practical and easy In the States to I B,zc ho did, and then you1 remember to visit the "Villa Carlottn." bolong
care for tho little things. This place ' wliat you nro huro " 'tnly for, and lug to tho Duke of Saxon Mennlgcn,
and, in fact, all tho Italian lake re-1 the wholo thing dawns on you! It Is ' und such millions of aznlins of every
tolor on earth banked up against
each other, I nover did sco! It wns
believe that I a gorgeous wealth of color. I nover
highest ones have still Bnow on tho ' ono should live In Italy If ho ex- thought existed. It mado mo quite
pects to get out ot tno rut no was in jealous, or I thought nowhere were
when drawing nt homo. It has uecn 111010 vivid colors In verdure than In
glon. Is exquisite. Tho mountains I a sort ot "snall-coming-out-or-iiic.
around It range from flvo to eight shell" process In Art!
thousand feet high and many of tho I 0n tho other hand, I
tops. Imagine tho splendid variety
of tho coloring the greens of early
spring, the gray-greens ot tho olives
ln profusion, with grnpo vines train
ed ln lattice-work, the purple hazo
which lies over much of It, and tho
beautiful greens In tho water, with
the Italian skies, so' well known for
their azure blues. We have Been
such a variety ot gorgeous things
that ono In the end fairly froths at
the mouth In excitement to try .to
express one's self, but the lake region
ls exquisite. The side, for Instance,
from Florence to Uologna (sauago
fumes; spare the word, please, and
perish the thought! It was good,
though, there!), where wo gradually
made a climb ot between three and
four thousand feet, was n prolonged
view which was most grand. When
we reached " tho summit, there lay
yonder the beautiful blue Appenlnes
with greens, grays, pinks, purples,
and browns all scattered over them
selves with occasional snow-capped
peaks. Oh, It was to roar wild and
long for enjoyment! We looked back
and saw our road behind us like a
long boa constrictor, winding
around tho mountnlns nnd down
deep In the valleys, tho streams and
fertile growths. In spite ot tho fact
dainty In their light summer flocks.
.Mrs. Andrew Fuller presided oer tho
coffoo urn and Mrs. Arthur Wood
pouiud tea. Miss- Sturgeon looked
very nttrnctlvo and tliu Misses Wntci
houso wero chnimlngly dressed, and
, .in i iwcru nine i nun urei . Among, uinso
I mi twi fitilt.iiwiltltn iinfwilu I
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stop, and when lie did to, naturally
wo got somo of our own smoUo and wo
all noticed It. Mr. called out
"Jump!" and wo jumped. Tho men
located tho place and found, tho as
bestos In tho right hind wheel burn
, . ., , , . ,i i . pioHcht woio MIsseB lrcnu Fisher, Car-
. but some hlng abou he bralic" cl(mo v(),cl
Towlo, Allco Cooke, Alice Ilodcmaiin,
Kthol Spalding, Allco Spalding, Eanu's.
Athcrtoii (2), Achilles, I'owoll, Knth-
got partially plugged, nnd Itlircsfced'l
ugnlnBt tho "Inners" of tho wheel,
workings nnd created too much heat,
so burned We soon fixed It ujv-I ,0 Cook ' wlkdr .ft) ,'
say wo: that means tho dm.. Sabelll, ( sclinc-fcr, Charlotte Hall. Oilman. Hal-
tho Dr.. and Mr. . -Mm. on Alexander, nhmd (2). Ella Wight.
alul I got Into cwivewatltm with the ,,, Snra ,'., UoIclf Garv, fjei
countrywomen along tho road, ono ofj .,, ,. Uoblnwin Mr8 nlchaid
whom said sho wns tho mother of(C(mk0i Mm, a, .nwB j,,,,. Malcolm
fourteen children. .1 may huvo hco";. uaclntyio, and others,
mistaken In tho number, for theyj '
spoke u patois rather difficult. Thlsl cruoatn at tho Pleasanton: Cupt.
was our first delay or our first ulu Mrs. C. P. llces. Dr. nnd Mrs.
stop-over hlnco we've been out, nnd i c. D, Langltornc, Mr. and Mis. J. I).
wo huvo had one bolltary puncture,
nnd that only happened its wo ilroe
Into tho emu t of Hotel Ilruii at Ilo-
(lalucs, MVs. F. Weber from Lllnie,
Kauai; Mr, and Mrs. C. II. Olson, Dr.
H. V. Wilcox wlm Is to bo successor
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No. 6 ' t;OR SALE BY DRUGGISTS AND FANCY GOODS DEALERS
FERD. T. HOPKINS, Proprietor," 37 Great Jones Street, New York
logna, so did not delay us. You , ,0 Dr. Smith nt tho Government 12k
toiildn't liimglno such loads, us .they i0r,oiitul Station; Mrs. F. 0.
havo oer hero, and in Bplto of the Inland nnd tho Misses lllnnd of Pasa
fart that everybody says wo will find! dona, who uro to bo hore. until Sop
bettor ones In Franco 1 can't bollovot tembcr, when they will go to thn
It, for theso roads In Italy nro Just 'orient for tho(vl:itur; Miss Diivies
llko a tuhlo they nro bo smooth land Mlhs Hoycroft, who nro rcturn
nnd the scenery ls perfectly fasclimt-1 m; fiom n two years' tour of thu
Ing. Mr. Is a very cuieful driv
er and wo all enjoy It Immensely. No
more railroading for mo If 1 can help
ftNUIjonfr, SIM, I
world; Mr. Reynolds, Mis. Dodd, and
Mr. Mllverton nnd Mr, Dulkenberg.
Captain and Mis. Hccs gavo a de
lightful dinner nt tho I'leasanton uu
Friday ovenlng In honor of Captain
dipt, and Mrs. Nlblack havo enter- ;T. K. D. Veeder, IT, 8. N nnd Cap--
tain linrucr, u. . ,x, covers weio
laid for ten. Tho private dining
loom waB iibeil for the occasion,
Thcro will bo a doll and fancy work'
snlo for tho benefit of tho Cnstlo
Homo for children during tho mlddlo
of November, TIiIb worthy und noblo
tnlnod quite :t houao-p.uty. Among
tho guosts wero Miss llairiet Hatch,
Miss Weeks, daughter of Itopro.senta
tho Weeks; Miss Newberry, daugh
ter of Assistant Secretary of tho Navy
Newberry; Mlis McAdoo, daughter ot
tho foimor Assistant Secretary of the
Navy; nnd Miss Town-ond f Wish- k wl mfQ M
1frf(,.i T m Mll.1i.l-., l.ml inniAt 1, 1 ,1 1 - " '
...n.u... ,,, ii,ua, , ..,. Mm,, nnnii
going on every day nnd evening for
their guests, ending with a farewo'l
ball on Friday night, Tho baseball
gamo hotwoen tlfo Army nnd Navy at
Annapolis wns ono ot tho events of
thn season, and it was witnessed by
On Monday1 night tho I.umly Com
pany, brought out by Mr. Cohen, will
open In tho well known drama "Tho
Judge nnd Mrs. Sidney Hallou gavo
a beautiful dinner on .Thursday oven-
Chlldieu'a parties aro always jiret- Jng at their Judd street residence,
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