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SOCIAL CHATTER issn HOME TALK .
Whitney-Forbes Wedding- IKio '""1 (lenoviou Skclly, oxqulslu.-
Was Sin Diego Social Event ' weet in their dalntj pink frocks,
The San Diego Sun of August ! carried ribbons to the Improvised ul
Khej the following areaunt of the " rho mald-of-honor, Miss Juno
marrlago of Miss Ituth Whitney to " ' Honolulu, preceded the
Han Woods I'orbes. boll, of whom,'1"-; '' "I1"" ,ho a" of
nro pn well Known In Honolulu:
Poihit's one of tlio most Important
of loml society ovcntB during tlio
week was the Whltnuj-rorbcu wed
ding, which took iilnco Wednesday
night at the homo of tlio bride's pat
ents Anlitlur ovont of lunch Interest to
EOclctv was the nnuounceuient of the
engagi meut of Miss Jessie Warn to
N A Oi.iham. which was made nt n
garden p.uty given Tuesday e citing
1 j tin honoree's sister, Mis. John Os
born Apait fiom thcEo events, tho wceU
win tilled with u pleasant round of
card pirtles, luniheons, teas,' nud
sewing paitles, among tho hostesses
being Mis V T Nuson, Mrs. O. W.
Cotton Mis Hroudenbcrg. Mis. John
Cnillsle, Mrs Mitchell, Mis. Peers
nnd hi i daughters, Mrs. Horace II.
Diy, mid Miss Louise Stanton.
On AVcdncsday evening the mar
riage of Mls Uutli Whitney to Hni
ij Wood I'orbes of New YoiK City
was solemnized ut the homo of the
bride's patents, Ml. and Mrs. (lull
ford M W hltnoy, 2055 fourth street.
Tho gue.ta woro lecehed In the 10-
option room, which was the scene of
thu wedding, and amis transformed
Into n crItablo bowoi of delicately
tinted sweet peas, asparagus ferns,
nnd lovers' Knots of pink mid white
A canopy of asparagus funs, span
gled with bouquets of pink and white
bweet peas, inclining tho bridal pai
ts, the piano was banked with tho
name, llower, und sticains of asparagus
fern as delicate in mist und Inter
spersed with softly glowing bouquets,
of sweet peas, draped grneefull) over
walls and cm tains Tho Miliary was
galls decked with cecll bruner roses,
springer! nnd bouriuels of pink and
while asters, balked by asparagus
nud plumosa ferns, whllo on tho
walla of tho dliilug-ioom pink and
white asters shone against the back
ground of gieenery. Pieccdlng tho
ceiemony, which wns poi formed by.
tho Kev Henri 1'rentlss I'orbes, 1)
D , of Canton, N Y., father of tho
gloom. Miss Josephine Huberts of
this clti rendered "Murmuring Zoph-'
yra" upon tho piano, after which MM
Dorcnio Illll of Honolulu sang
"Svvcethouit," hi Lyncs, and Ous
d'llardelot's "llecause " Itunicdlate.
Iy nftcrwnrds the stialns of the Loh
engrin Wedding Mnith, plased by
Miss Ilobcrts, 111 led the looms. Or
I'orbes, follow d bv tho groom, who
was attended I his best man, Clar
onco II (III' ics oi .New York Cits, on
her r.illiei, Soil music enmu from
looms iilii vc while the Impicsslvo
ring ni.url.ine se.vl-e was pianouuc
ed. Hie bildo being given nwny by
l.ci father. After congratulations
by tho assembled guests, Mendels
sohn's Wcdill'ig Mulch was plnjed)
r.isoilcnn has been imiisii.il t well Mrs C 11. Cooper, Mis Olson, Mis.
it-presented In Honolulu this je.ir. Tenuey I'eck, Mrs. (ilgnuux, Mrs 1)1
Kailler In the season John II Miller, moud, Mis. Hermit, Mis C 0, llnl
prcsldcnt of tho Hdlson Hlccttlc Com- lentsnc, Mrs. Walter Jones, Mis.
pans', Ith Mrs, Miller, both pioml
ncnt in the social life of rasadeua,
arrived, being guests at (lie Young.
John Hailo .laidlue, who has
(haige of the bond depaitmeut of thu
William It Stnats' Compans's Los An
geles, otflce, tamo witli n friend for it
few-weeks' sojourn. Lnter Mrs Mac
kenzie and two daiighteis sailed on
on gult.ii and mandolin, and the Iirl-ttlie Alameda for Honolulu. Three
dnl louple lid the way lo the dining-linontliH ago Mis I'lor.i Cood.ill lllaud
room, whero thu wedding supper wnsnind the Misses lll.ind of I'abademi nr
Eered. Iho table was adorned with irlvcd, nnd when they sail for tho
pink blossoms, bows of tulle, and Orient next month will hno spent
Love, Mis. flriinl of Los Angeles, Mis.
Wlllard lliown, Mrs I'hll. Weaver,
Mrs. I'hlllp l'rear,(MiH. (ialiies, Mu).
Heliiroid, Mis. Aichle Young, Mrs.
koug. Is spending some time nt the
Moan.i hotel. Ho bi ought letters tit
liitioductloii to Dr. und Mrs. Hum
1 hrls. Mrs. Host, a guest at tho Mo
iiii.i, has been confined to her mom
Ly Illness tho past week. Miss Nniinlu
Wlpston, who nirled today In the
Ash, Is ocrup)lug her npirtnicnt at
i.Iuh.vh affects, tuado a In Orec. Mlsa snry of tho day she sailed for Hotio
Stacey departed for tho Colonics In lulu on her first visit. Sho will
tho Aoi.ingl, leaving many win in spend n few dass visiting friends In
friends and admirers. Among thoso llelmont, llerltcley, nnd San l'ron
piesent on Saturday weio Mrs. 1". Cisco beforo leturnlng south.
The bride woiu an cxqulslto gown
of hors satin, user which was diaped
puie whllo ols'so trimmed with loso
point and duchess lace, her tullo veil
nearly four months here, greatly en
joslng their stus.
Ml. nud Mis. I lent y Dots', tho lat
ter formeily Miss IMIth Hinds of Pas
adena, ennin over for their honey
being held In pine by u .simple nr- moon and spent a few days hero lie-i.iugenir-nt
of mango blossoms. Sho tweon steamers. Ml. Doty Is nsslst-
t nrled a sho.er bomiuet of white ant (ashler
twiet pi a Miss WliiiiD, as inald-ot- Hank of Pasadenii.
bono, was dalntlls '.owned In plnklhero was J. H
silk in the cmpiie 1 1 !, nud carried
u show or bouquet of pink sweet peas.
Mr. and Mis. I'urbes will spend a
brief liono) moon in tho trinity (it
I.os Angeles before leaving for their
homo In New York City.
The guests fiom out of town weio:
Mis John M. Hlstluu and Muster
Itlchnnl Hlstiiio uf Cedar Ilnplds, la.;
Hoy. II P. I'orbes. D.D, and Clni
enco II. Haines of New York; Ml.
nnd Mrs. II. I'. Dillingham, Mrs. Ceo.
il. McClellnn, Miss Jane Wlunc, nud
Miss I'loience Hill of Honolulu; Miss
Ada Lutighllti of Los Angeles, nnd
Mls hidings of Dumcr,
Mr I'orbes Is a souug attorney of
New York Cits, and Is conlldeutlal
secietarj lo tho lion. Chester I). Mc
Laughlin, Justlco of tho Appellate Di
vision of the New York Supicmo
Court, ITrst Depirtinont. Mr. I'm lies'
fnthei, tho Kev llenrs Pientlss
l'olhes, is dean of tho Theological
School of St Luwicuio University ut
Canton, Now York,
Among the icceut comcis to Hono
lulu .ire Mis A. M, Hldos nud sou of
llooge, teller of the
I'list National Hank, who rmun on
the China and returned on the Mon
golia on her last trip to tho Const.
Captain 11 II Sinclair or the Lui
Hue, Kdwaid J. l'sle, cashier of tho
Pasadcn.i National Hank, with itev.
Maxwell Savage of Hedhinds and Mr.
Stewart of Los Angeles, weio hoio
lifter the sncht iaco. July 10 Miss
(li.ue Tower, Miss llouiilu lliinuelle,
and Miss clsslu Hailey of Pnsademi
Cltiudo Ilraden, formerly plijsU.il
dlrectoi of Throop Polytechnic I list 1
lute of IM8.nu nit and recently occtt
PSlug thu satiio position at Pomona
College, with Kilt. McDonald, in liv
ed on the last Slhoila, with Mis. 111
dey nnd son, making twents'-two IMs
ndenans who havo visited hero this
Miss (iraie Tower of Pasadena,
California, who Is sailing next Wed
nesday on tho Alameda for San Kiiin
clsio lifter a delightful stuy of six
weeks here, was the guest-of-iompli-niout
Monday afternoon nt a chaim
lugly liifoiin.il afternoon tea ghen
Pnsadoun, who airived on the S, S. by Mrs. Wallace It. ruiilugton nt her
Slbuiia and nie occupslng n sulto of homo on Anapuni stieet, fiom four
rooms at tho Young Hotel, Sinco to six,
earls in June Mrs Illdoy and lior bon Mrs. Philip 1'icar potued tea nnd
hau been traveling thiough tho (iol
den State, a visit to tho Yosemlto Vul
ley hiving been among tho ple.isuics
or their trip. They spout some timet
In San 1'innclsco as guests nt tho St.
frauds Next week they will tako I'airlngton, In tho (outer of the tea
the tiip to thu Volcano, und wlllltnlilo was a hi ass Jar of tho velvets'
leave suo'i for the States, Mr. Illdey jPoncl.ina Itegla blossoms, which
Is u student at Oicldonln! College, if,avq n dash of wuim, glowing color
situated betweon Pasadena and Los to tho room. About thlity fi lends of
Angeles, nud tho hiovlty of their i tlio hostess called dining tho nflei
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teied fnnii an adjoining room, while Istts Is made necessary by tho date noon, iiiunng thosn asked to meet MIbs
two little ilbbon gills, HlUabetll Me- of college opening, Tower bolug
Wells Peterson, Miss Peterson, Miss the- Moatui Sho was met by n latgo
Clark. Mis I'red. Smith, Miss Agnes toutlngencs of friends nt tho wharf.l
Mdntsie, Mis. Ninth, Mrs. Henry 13. hu w-lcomcd her most cntliuslastlc.
Cootier, .Miss Alli'e Cooper, Mis.' Ills- ""J'. '" Winston Is looking hand-.
k,,l Somo nnd well, her tilp evidently hnv-
Ic -k I lug done her much good Sho was
On a Woilil-Tourf jipille 111 when sho depaitol nud took
Claude Ilraden' nnd 1'iltz MeDon- the Join ney for her heallh. Shu will
nld of Pasadenn nrrlwil In tbn Slbe- Kinalll at thu Mo.uu until sho leaves
rla Mondas en louto on u fifteen ''"' 10 l:nst 011 a lill,,rt UBlt ' "10
months' tilp mound. tho woi Id. Tues- Autumn.
day thus left In Hie Miiuua Kc.i for i
Hio Volcano nnd letuiued twin, Turkish Veil Disappears
The will sill for-jlho Orient nud Ma- 1II3UI.IN, Herman, July 25. Tho
ill III on ttiu Mailcliurlu. August 31. lun.isu ven. which ior ages una
Thoy aro glUng Illustrated lcctuiei hidden tho tiadltloniil beauty of tho
In nil of the ulaCes thoy visit mid Turkish women, has been lorn away
accumulating il-itu und now pictures In the wieik or the old leglmc, nnd
in cull pl.ue. to mid to the Inteiest tod.15, umudllig to dispatches le
r rutuie Uctuics. Mi. HiiiiUn ic- eled fiom Tuikey, thous.inds (it
signed his position ns ph)sle,il dliect- unveiled women mo paindlng tho
or nt Poiuoim College In older to uttects, rejoicing in tho new found
nmkii this tilp. Piovlous to his work lieedom.
at "Pomona lu was phsslcal illnitnr Thu liinoMitlon, thu most stnitltng
at Thioop Polstechnle Institute in in the histoiy of the Ottoman 13m
IMsadenn .Mr. McDonald Is oilgl- plio. Is being welcomed by the men
nails fiom Seattle, but for the past who cheer tho unveiled women ut
scar has. made Pasadena his hoiua. cicry opportunity. Tho whole out-
iwmd nppcnuiuce of thu elliptic him
For Mrs. Bland ',cou ' lm"Kc1 '' "lu llow "nler of
Mis Pliira Hoodall lll.ind of P.i3a- Hil-igs. On eveiy linnil tho smiling
I'ena, who has spent tho past tlneo fates of women nie seen. Instead of
niontlis at Tho Plcusaiituu nnd Is 'ho soluble, uisly veils that hid them
having with her d.iuglileis neU f""n tlio woild.
month for a tour of tho Oilent nnd '1'l.n npist lemaikable fe.itmo of
Jl.inlhi, was tlio guest of honor ut a '" political upheaval In Tin Key,
golden-shower lunchcou ut llolel lcli has Just lesulted In the ginnt-
Young Thmsdiy, covers being hild lug of n constltiilloii by tho Sultan,
foi sl. Otheis prebcnt Included Ml.s has been tho p.iitldpatlon of liuu-
llland. Miss Serena Illand, Mls3(li.icu 'hods or thousands of women, who
Tower of Pasadena, Mis. 1'ied. Da- merged fiom thu privacy of harems
mon, and Mis. Wnll.uu It. Tailing- ' doff tlulr veils, nnd mnicJieil
ton of Honolulu. , hiuvely through the streets.
ir The Hist women to nbamlon their
Birthday Dinner , veils weio thoso at Monaslir, tho
Tho dinner which Dr, nnd Mrs, hot-bed of the involution. Tho cum
Lauglionui gave In u private dlulug luand of tho Koinn that women
loom at thu Plcusautoii, on Wednos- should appear veiled lu public was
das cutting In honor of tho n ital i.ay cancelled by u liioslom pilcst, who
Of tlio hostess, was a beautiful nlTnlr, Issued his pioclnmatlou fiom tho
thu loiiinl tublo being most uitlstlcab iiiiisquo.
ly decoiated with hi Kinnco loses and "Wo will help to innko tho world
lualdcnhtili, (ho cindlos with losocol. beautiful by this net," tlio priest do
oied shades making u pleasant light, dared.
A quintet dub occupied tho music gal- Many rcmaiknblo scenes giceted
lers thiougliout tho dinner. Mis. tlio l.idlcal chango, but without ex-
l.anghoino woro a lovely I'lemh ceptlon tho liniouitlon Is approved,
fiock wlili h was most becoming. Tlio.
guests plased brldgu dining tlio oven ! Miss Loulo Stacey, of Loudon, who
Ing Tiles Included Captain and Mrs. bus been ciontlttg such a good Impres
ltees, Mi nud Mis. Hmninu I'ocko, siou by Iter lectures nnd talks at tho
Mr, and Mis, Hairy Mucfarhiuo, .li , Kllohnnn Art League, wns given n lea
Mr, and Mis, Oeorgo Dnvlus, Mis. B, nud icreptlnn nt tho lubldonco of
(1. Wlldei, Dr Cofer, iMis (loorgu Curler lu Jiiild stieet on
! Satin ill) afternoon last. There was
Moan a Guests ' niost Interesting talk given by tho
Mi, Aldildgo, n bnlMirothcr of CIcn- gucstof honor, who looked dlstln-
Mrs. H:imond lliovvu, eiad litoadvvond, commander nt Hong gulshed In tho art garment which bho
Mrs. Olgnoiix pieslded over tho Iced
toffee. Assisting lu solving sand
withes nnd ion feet Ions weio Mis.
Walter Jones, Mrs Hnill lleindt, Mis.
W, W. Dlmniid, und llttlo I'l nines
Schnefer, Miss Schncfcr, Mrt. Wiit
Love, Mis. Unit, Mrs, Howard Hitch
cock, Mrs. W. M, (iraham, Miss Anna
Pmls, Mrs. Achilles. Miss Achilles,
Mis. Andrade, Mis I'red Dodge. On
Sunday Miss Stncos's lecture was at
tended by n largo audience, and one
of tho fentiues of tho afternoon wus
thu beautiful song lis Adelaide Proc
tor, "Lovo, tho ruinilmeiit of tho
Law," most exquisitely lendeied by
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ilcdcmann cntei
tallied at dinner on Thursday evening
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Svvnu
ZS'. Mr. and Mrs. Alan White, Col. A.
G. Hawes and Ocrnian Consul Pfoten
hnuer. Pink and green, beautifully
arranged with carnations and maiden
hair adorned tho table. Mrs. Alan
White sang magnificently nflur dinner
und Mr. lledcinniin favored his guests
Miss lrmgaid Schacfer. Miss Stacey .Willi snino choice music. The 1 lode-
gave an Impicsslvo, eloquent lecture,
which was listened to with tho great
Tho Plcnsantnu ulso was tho scene
of another delightful dinner on Wed
nesday night, Dr. Collins bilng tho
host. (lohleii Shower nrtlxtlcall)
ndoined thu table, tlio giaccful
blanches making n lino showing. Thu
maims snll in tho Alameda for
tluoo months' visit to thu coast.
As usual, last Saturday afternoon
a number of friends of tho Misses
lll.ind of Pasadenn enjojed tenuis
und tea on tho courts of Tho Plcas
iiuton. Knch Saturday afternoon n
few fi lends nro bidden fur tennis and
later nfteinoon lea Is daintily seived
doctor piou'jl a perfect host, und tho on tlio lawn beneath the great trees
dinner, served in a prlvutu dining for which thu gioumls of The Pleas
room, was u masterpiece of gustro- unton mo famous.
nunilcal int. linage, of couise, was
plased dining tho evening. Tho
guests Included Dr. nud Mis. limn
phrls, Mr. und Mrs. C, W. Case Deer
lug, Mr. and Mrs. (lalncs, Mr. und Mrs.
Miss IMIth Jones sails on tho Si
beria today for Honolulu, whole
she will ho tho guest of her sister,
Mis. lllncs, for several months. A
Mis. lleimun Iloedefehl Is being en
Icitnlncd qtiilo extensively by her
many rrlentls, who nro delighted to
liuvo her again In their midst. .Mrs.
, I3rnest Wateihousu gavo her un In
formal ten and bathing party nt tho
Seaside hold on Saturday last, und
theio liuvo been puny dinners and
teas In her honor,
Mr. nnd Mis. Hlchard Ivors
number of tonipllmentuiy ufTalis Mr. and Mis. Hlchard Ivors nnd
havo been given in her honor during M' Marlon Scott sailed In tho Mn
the past week by tho members of tlio '"llt11 !U1,I '" Pioceed directly to
)oungBr set in San Hafaol, with 1,jnn, nud then to tho 13 i3tein States,
whom Bho lias been Identified social- eturnlng In ubnut four months.
K mill wlln i-nm it! nvrpeil1ti!.tv linr fC w vt
' -o--- ox I
departtno for tho fai-nwiiy homo
with which her marrlago lu October
will bo coincident. Clnoutclo, i
Miss I3sthcr McCall, daughter of
Mr. und Mis. J. (1. McCall of Oak-
Mib. P.nks, wire or tho clove- cugl
neei, who lesldes nt tho Aloxandur
Young, Is considered u very good hit
Haul plascr. Her tall, graceful (Iguro
looks well ut tho boaid.
Ml nltfl Mfu Ttntlnnl. .. h.1 ...
land. Calif., who was a passenger on , "' """ " ' ' "" "" ".
l,n ,.n.,D,.,,t C1...l.lnn lu tllolllni, "rt . , t. , ih' I ,1 1 1 II
.I1U (I.IIIQIW1L Olll-I lllllll, in VIOIllIlt,
bietves neioss tho Pall foi a fow
weeks. Mis. Wood nnd two children
uro ulso thtio.
Dr Pluto, who has been around tho
woi Id tduro leaving hero. Is btisv
iiid Mis. Jnmos frauds gicotlng old fildnds. Ho Is ut tho
her sister, Mis. J, It. Iluiubeiger,
wlfo of Pa) master Hornberger, U. S.
Invitations have been received ns
Moigan request tho honor of )our, Young liolul and will romaln theio In-
presenco ut tho marrlago of then dellnltely.
daughter, Mmy Adelo, to Mr. John I
Lunillo rienilng, on Wednesday evui. Mis. McConnell. Mrs. do Wilt ami
Ing, September tho mumil, at half fiunlly and Clnystlu McConnoll nio
past eight o'clock. St. Andiow'B Cn- fpcudlng tlio summer In Noiwny. Thoy
lhedr.il. Honolulu, T. II. ciossed tho Arctic cliclu hist month.
Miss (liuco Hortense Tower of Pns- Mri aml Ml8i n F Maix aro Kri;aUj.
adena, who linn spent tho pnt six cnjoslng tholr Yosemlto trip and will
weeks In Honolulu, will sail Wednes- moeeed to I3mopu tho latter part ot
day, August '16, on the Alameda for. next month.
the Coast, in living In San 1'rnndsco -k -k -k
September 1, which, by an odd coin-' Miss Conlella Wnlkor has gono to
cldenco. will bo tho becouij nunlvci- Kauai to visit tho I'rancls Oays.
. TOM SHARP pannts paint
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