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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, .T, II., SATUIIDAY. SEPT. fi, 1908.
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SOCIAL NOTES J
Morgan-Fleming Wedding Iwns a picture lui wllli largo ostrich
Social Event of Week I llurncs. The ruler scheme ot tho dec
WeddliiK holla havfc been rliiKln
qulto frequently within tlio p.tBl few
weeks nml imu ot tlio niOBt lnirrtnut
cvt'lils wns the nodding ot .Miss Mary
Allele Morgan In Mr. .tolm I.iituly
Fleming nl St. AiiiIiow'h Cnlheilrnl mi
Wednesday evening. The uniting
frlenils who (tiled the rluirrh Razed ex
pectantly at tlio lirlital piocesslnn aa
It Blow ly walked iii (h0 aisle. The
surpllroil eliolr llrst sang most sweetly
nnd as tho charming llltln flower girl,
llcleuo Morgan, appealed, the wedding
march pealed foith grandly. Tho at
Irnctlvo imiM-oMiiiiior, Miss I.ctltla
Morgnn, eamo nuxl and then followed
tlio hrlilesmald, Miss Curdle Ciinlen,
wlin looked very tide. The lovely
lirhle on the arm of her rather, Mr.
lames Mgrgnn, was the cynosure of
nil eyes, and the usheis, MessrH. liar
old Casllp. Uoscoo W. I'erkhiB, Wil
liam 0. Walker and Hubert Mist fol
lowed, Itlslmp Itestmlek, tho kiiioiii
mid his best man, Mr. David l.ce Aus
tin, awnltlng them at tlio rhnncel
hteps. Tho .'irlilo was given Intn the
keeping of tho gumni by her father.
The bridal party retlied Intn tlio Inner
room to Inscribe their names In the
icglstry. The choir hang during the
Interval and then tho wedding proces
sion passed down tho aisle to tho til
innphant strains of the .ohcngiin
innrch. Tho bride was handsomely
dicssed In wblto sMIu mndo Princess,
embellished with Hnnltan point lace,
and tlio soft veil was very becoming,
nml sho carried white roses. Sho
inado n smart and lovely picture. The
mald-of-honor and the bridesmaid weiu
In pink chiffon over pink silk, and
they wero much admired. They cap
rlcd pink roses. A reception nnd sup
per was served at the Morgan res
lilcnco for tho relatives and bridal par
ty, Including Illshop and Mrs. Hcslnr
Iclc. Mrs. Morgan' wnro n magnificent
black and white satin dimmed with under tho hau tree by
Duchess point lace, nnd on her head Tennoy, Mrs. Clifford
'orations nt the church was green and
white, artistically carried out In vvhlto
nslfcis. white lilies, white marguerites
mid n pi of 11 don nf maidenhair and
choice greens. Mrs. Settle, Mr.
AbraniH nnd Miss It) croft wero tlio
uilntlc decmators. The presents wero
handsome, two looms being necessary
In hold them, rut glass, stiver nnd
hilc-ndiinr picdomlunllug. 'I lie honey
moon is holng spent at tho Cooper,
bungalow on Tantalus' and later at the
residence of Mr. J. t. Cooke nt Koo-l-.ii.
Mr. Fleming, tho groom, In well
and favorably known. Ho Is an ardent
tportsman and has managed the Onliu
l'nlo Club fnr two seasons. He is con
nected with tho wealthy fit m of Alex
ander & ltahlwln. .Mrs. Fleming Is n
clintmlng girl mid most popular, nnd
everybody wishes tho hrldn nml groom
long life nnd happiness.
Fleet Garden Party
Tho Moann Hotel wits (ho scene of
a most etijoynblo garden paity on Til
day afternoon glvui by tho Woman's
auxiliary of the Fleet Committee In
honor of Admiral Hvvlnburim and tho
offlcerB nf tho l'loct. Tho lower floor
of the Mn.ina, as well as the lawn, was
given over to the committee, and the
wiltlng-inoni was made Intn :t lounge
by tho clever flngern making n cosy
place to cliat between dances. Tlio
distinguished guests wero met by Mis.
Walter Frear in tho hall, who was as
sisted by many of tho committee. In
cluding Mrs. Krnosl Mutt-Smith, Mrs.
Audiew Fuller, Mrs. C. Cooper, Mr.
W. llnhhltt, Mrs. Humphrls, Mrs.
Mrs. Alexander 0. Havvcs J.Ir. The hau
tree was literally a bower for the
drooping sprays of golden shower and
pink shower were festooned from tho
branches nnd hung In graceful clust
ers, whllo tho long table was covered
with golden shower, the clusters fall
ing over tho sides, and n grent bou
quet of pink shower occupied one sldo
of tho table. A carpet was spiead on
tho Inwn In save tho dainty flocks of
tho fair guests. Mrs. Herbert, Mrs.
Hastings nnd Mrs, Kdvvard Tenney
ilecornted tho rcfiohhnient space nnd
their handiwork was grcatty admired.
The baud from the West Vliginht
played delightfully all the afternoon,
lor tho dancing In the drawtngroom.
Tho lawn wait it pretty sight for gay
dicssed women wero walking about
with the navy officers, who Jived up
In tliclr leptitntlon fnr gnllnntry.
Among the pretty women noted was
Mrs. (icrrlt Wilder, who looKcd iprilnt
and Interesting In n dainty toilette of
pink, but the piece do icsislaucc was
the wonderful pink chapcau which
trowned her smoothly-coltfiired tres
ses. It was tho latest Parisian crea
tion, tied under the chin, lwlth ipialnt
crown and Dlreclolro brim, decidedly
tres chick Madame. There were, of
lotirso, others who looked extremely
welt, nml as Mrs. Hvvlnbiirns so nicely
said, "What n number nt pretty women
there are In Honolulu," so say 1.
Among thoso present were, besides
tho distinguished guests of honor, Mrs.
Dunham, Cnptaln nnd Mrs. Itees, Gov
crnor Frear, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrltt Wil
der, Mr, nnd Mrs. Clifford Kimball,
.Mrs. (Irlggs Holt, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Walker, Mr. nnd Mrs. Waldron, the
Misses Wnldton, Mr, nnd .Mrs. Hah
hilt, Mrs. .1. O. Caitor, Mrs. Kmest
Wntorhouso, Mis. Heodefeld, Captain
and Mrs. Wadhams, Mrs. Ilallentnc,
Dr. nnd Mrs. McCnllum. Miss Anna
I'atls, Count von S. Donikovvlcz, Dr.
and Mrs. Lnnehorne, Mrs. Alice Hust
ings, Mrs. George Herbert, Mrs. I.niirn
Church and many others. Hundreds Wight, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dillingham. Cap
passed before the reception commit- tain .and Mrs. Patterson, Judge nnd
teo nnd were nt nnco Invited by the Sirs. Sidney Ilallou, Mr. and Mrs. W.
young girls who wero nskod to assist, W. Hnll, Misses Hall, Alice Cnopor,
to proceed tn the lawn nnd partake of I.ornn laukca, Klla Wight, Wiulhams
si punch In conjunction with sand- (2), Qunrlcs (2). Dorothy Wood, lrma
wlches of all kinds, which wns served Hnllcntyne, Klhel nnd Allco Spalding,
Mrs. Edward Nora Sturgeon, Illancho boper nnd
Kimball nnd many others.
The Old Standard for the best of things in the
eating and drinking line. Just ask anyone
is and they will tell you. The oldest estab
lished restaurant in the city. For tasty meals
at the lowest prices come and visit us.
King St., around the corner
from Fort St.
In honor of tho Pacific Fleet, Gov
ernor and Mrs. Frear will hold their
first monthly reception Monday, Sep
tcmlicr 7, Instead of waiting for Oct
ober. As Is usual no Invitations nro
Issued, nil callers being made wclcomt
nt "Arcadia" from 4 to (5 p, m. the
first Monday of each month during tho
season. On Monday next Mrs. Hwln
burno and Mrs. Ilccs will receive with
Mrs. Frear. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mntt-Smlth.
Judge nnd Mrs. Ilallou, Captain and
Mrs. Moses, Dr. and Mrs. I.angliornc,
Judge Lindsay, Judge and Mrs, Whit
ney, Mr. and Mrs. (lerrltt Wilder, Mr.
mid Mrs. Gnrtley, Mrs. Philip Fiear,
Mrs. Kingsbury, Mrs. II McK. Harri
son, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Lewis, .Mrs. U
ham, Mrs. Hobertson, Mrs. Harry Bald
win, Mr. and Mrs. Kimlut!, Miss Char
lotte Hnll, Miss Linda Seh.tcfer, Miss
Margaret Peterson, Miss Allco Roth,
Miss Paty, Miss Hnrtwell, Miss Stur
geon nnd Miss Knthcrinc (loodnlo will
nsslst nt the reception. The Hawaiian
band, under Captain llerger, will play.
Governor and Mrs. Frenr wish It und
erstood Hint strangers as well as resi
dents nro welcome.
Mr. II. .1. Muchly has been prevailed
upon by his friends to give a violin re
cital the latter part of October and
announcement of the concert Is hereby
given. In preparation for the event
Mr. Illicitly has been working dili
gently for tho past two months and
will continue his work up to tho tlmo
i.f thO recital so as to appear In tils
very best form. A very fine program
has been chosen nnd tho patronesses
of the recital will Include many of the
most prominent ladies in Honolulu
social circles. Mrs. L. Tenney Pcclt
has kindly consented to accompany
Mr. Iluchly, which will add to tho suc
cess of the occasion. The recital will
he under tho management of Mr.
Charles It. Frailer, who has handled
very successfully many musical events
In this city.
Captain nliil Mrs. I' Itees enter
tained nt dinner on Wednesday even
ing In n private dining room of the
Plcasanton, in honor of Admiral and
Mrs. Swinburne. The tablo was n
dream of beauty, eholco Duchcsso
roses and maidenhair ferns making
a charming effect. Pink candlesticks
softly Blinded with pink silk shades,
carried out tho color bchcnio. Mm.
Rees, who Is n beautiful woman,
looked particularly well In nn artistic
creation of black lace, which showed
off tho lovely' contours of her shouldi
ers to perfection. Mrs. Swinburne, it
tall, Ilno-looklng woman, wns charm
lug In cream spangled net over satin
Mrs. Walter Frear, dainty nml sweet
In whllo silk nnd Inrc, was much ad
mired, nnd Mrs. Dunning looked very
hnndsome, Mrs. George Dnvlcs, who
Is one of the recognized beauties of
Honolulu, wore yellow silk. The
guests Included, besides tho admiral
and his wife. Governor nnd Mrs. Frear,
Major nnd Mrs. Dunning, Mr. and Mrs.
Gcorgo Davles, Admiral Sebrce, Com
Tomorrow will sco the .departure
of tho Pdclllc Fleet, and much regret
is felt that the good times which Its
piesenco here brought about nro nt
nn end. .mis. Hvviuiitirue, wuo ot
Admiral W. T Swinburne, will sail
tomorrow on the Manchuria, and
will Join her husband in Honolulu,
whero sho will remain as long as the
ships nro In port, Sho has been
spending tho summer nt Del Monte,
but came up to San Krnnclsco a few
days ago. Mrs. '.m Ilrugulcre, who
wns Miss Vesta Shortrldge, was to
have sailed with Mrs. Swinburne, but
changed her plans nt the last and
will remain for borne time loncer nt
Del Monte, vvhero sho has ns her
guest her mother, Mrs, A. M. Short
rldge. Another, who will sail to
morrow is Lieut. Laurence Austin,
whoso engagement to Miss Itoma
Pnxtnn, daughter nf Mrs. Desslo 1111 tz
Paxton, was announced several
months ago. Tho Call.
Mrs. J, D .Gaines entertained n par
ty of fifteen children nt tho Ploasan
ton bathing pool on Wednesday after
non. Tho afternoon wns a very de
lightful one, the young people enter
ing lnlo the Joys of a dip In the pool
with much laughter nnd enthusiasm.
Among tho number wero tlo Halstead
children, Mrs. W. Stanley's four hope
fuls, Mrs. Laugo's little family, Helena
Rothwcll, the little Kltcnt child and
little Psycho Horry. While tho ma
miiH hnd tea with tho hostess the chil
dren wero nerved with cakes and
glassen of milk on the lawn.
MrB. Klcnnor Hydo-Sniltli made n
iihort visit recently to her homo In
San Mnleo. Sho expects Boon to
leave for Honolulu, whero sho will
bo tho guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Harold Dillingham, whose marrlago
was tin Important social event of
February, Mrs. Hydo-Smlth and
Miss Gertrude, whose engagement to
flnldvvln Wood was announced somo
months ago, hnvo been living In re
tirement slnco tho death of Mrs.
Ilyde-Smlth'tt mother, Mrs. Gcorgo
lydo. Tho Cull.
Mr. It. do II. J,aynrd Is looking very
well. Ho was quite III In tho East but
has apparently recovered his health.
Many entertainments have been given
In Ills honor. Mr. and Mrs. Lowton
Tlraln entertained him nt dinner on
Thursday evening and Mr,
Ralph Forstcr gavo n dinner In his
honor nt tho Conulal nn Friday. Mr
George D.tVles will give i,ni it King
lunch at tho Pacific C'lu.i liexi vcerf
nnd the llumphils hnvo Invited one
bundled gnosis tu meet li'.,il a. a :
tile nt Wnllelc tomorrow,
The woman's auxiliary itcei commit-'
teo Is its follows: Mrs. tn,icr r're.ir
Mrs, Finest Mott-Sinllh, Mrs IMvvnrd '
Tenney, Mrs. ('tallies Cooper Mrs.
Tenney Peck, Mrs. Andrew Fuller,
Mrs. Winifred Unbuilt Mrs. S G. Wll I
tier, Mrs. Fllzahclh Church, Mrs. liar:
ry Macfarlanc, Jr., Mrs. F II. Hum
phrts, Mis. Alexander G. Havves Jr.
Mrs. Laura Wight and her daughter
Klla will meet the Atlantic Fleet In
Yokohama. Miss Leslie Wight, whom
they hnvo gone to meet, has been five
years In Merlin, and her visit to this
country will bo brief, for sho returns
In tho Spring to Germany, whero she
will be mariled, nnd her homo will be
Mrs. Jnmen Wilder and family nnd
Mrs. Hnrnden have returned from Tan
talus and nro nt their beach bungalow.
Airs. Hnrnden expects to sail ror Han
Francisco In the Mnrama on the 16th,
much to the regret of her large con
gllngency of friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Sadoc Toliln
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace Davis Pills
bury are planning nn automobile trip
to tho McClnud country nnit will leave
the end of this week for the Country
Club, from where they will motor to
various places. Call.
Governor and Mrs. Frear enter
tained nt dinner Thursday evening
most delightfully Admiral and Mrs.
Swinburne, Admiral Sebrce, Judgo nnd
Mrs. Dole, ex-Governor and Mrs. Car
tcr. Captain and Mrs. Rees and Mrs.
Young Francis Cogswell, the son of
the Into Admiral, who Is on the South
Dakotn, Is very III and will bo sent
homo Immediately by tba doctors ord
ers. A ball will bo given at tho Monna
hotel on Tuesday 'evening nt which
many society women will be patron
esses. It Is for the Fleet.
Judge nnd Mrs. San ford II. Dole
have returned from n delightful so
journ on the other Islands, much ben
efited In health.
Miss Mabel A. Phillips, Mrs. A.
Drown, nnd Mrs. Hatighs spent a
week at Halclwa recently.
The hops at tho Seasldo are very
popular affairs and attract hundreds
Illshop and Mrs. Rcstnrlck arc oc
cupylng Inglcsldc for tlio present.
Ik A k A
Central Union Church, Dorenins
Scuddcr, minister; Amos A. Kbcrsolc,
assistant minister, lllblo School nt
: : 4 r. a. m. Morning worship tit 11
o'clock; the minister will preach;
eubject "The Mission of Affliction."
Mrs. Mnckall will sing. The Chris
tian Kndeavor Society will meet at
0:30 p. in,; subject "A Life Lived
With Good," Ps. 91; leader, Miss Kth
el Wolfo. Kvenlng worship nt 7:30
o'clock; sermon by the minister; sub
Ject "The Onc-Tnlont Mnn." Mr.
Stanley Livingston will Blng,
First M. K. Church, David W.
Crane, pastor. Sunday school, 0 : 1 T
i. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock;
fccrmou by tlio pastor, "Tho Second
Coming of Christ." Ilpworth League
G:30 p. m. Kvenlng worship, 7:30
o'clock; sermon by the pastor, "Tho
Great Invitation." Prof. Lewis will
prcsldo nt tho organ mid lead tho
chorus choir. Mr. Cannon will sing
during the morning services. The
public Is cordially invited.
r Catholic Church of St. John
the Ilaptlst, Kallhlwaena, In charge
ot Rev. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
Sept. lltli: K:.10 a. in., high mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday hcIiooI; A
p. m., Rosary.
The Catholic Church of tho Sacred
Heart, Mnrqiicsvlllu, Puliation. To
morrow, Sept. Cth: 11 a, m.. high
mass, sermon, collection; 3 p. nil,
insary, Sunday school. I
Thero will be a band concert at tlio
Mnana Hotel Sunday at 3 p. m. Fol
lowing Is tho program:
"Tho Old Hundred."
Festival March -"Universe"... Knppoy
Overture "Poet and Peasant", .Stippo
Gloria "Twolfth Mass" Mozart
Selection "Mat Itana" Wullnce
PART II. '
Vocal Hnwnllan Bongs...nr. by ncrgor
Selection "Jertt6aloin" Verdi
Intermezzo "Kismet Patrol". .Tobanl
Finale "Carmen" nizot
"Tho Btar Spangled Haulier."
Gov. Wlllbon of Kentucky said that
ho will issue requisitions for tho re
turn of ox-Gov, Taylor and ox-Secro-tury
of Stato Flnlcy from Indiana,
to stnnd trial for complicity In tho
murder of Wllllim Gocbel, but will
Insist upon the men being released
and Mrs. on ball.
IN ANNOUNCING the LAST WE E K of our
BIO SALE, we berr to thank our customers sin
cerely for their Liberal Patronr.tje. Our receipts
show the largest results in the same length of time
during the History of Our Business. The Liberal BuyinR
nil aronntl in every Department was highly gratifying and
proved we keep faith with our advertisements.
.Wc have shipments of Bis Quantities of NEW GOODS
on the way and are gcing to make a final clean-up this
ONLY ONE WEEK MORE!
To get a $70.00 SEWINO MACHINE for $30.00.
ONLY ON-E WEEK MORE!
To get a $35.00 SEWING. MACHINE for $15.00.
ONLY ONE WEEK MORE!
To buy 25 YARDS OF CALICO for $1.00.
ONLY ONE WEEK MORE!
To buy MEN'S $1.50 SHIRTS for 75c.
OiNLY ON E WEEK MORE!'
MIIMIMB !!! I I II II HI llll.ll I
To buy the BARGAINS in BOYS' CLOTHING.
." ONLY ONE WEEK MORE!
j To buy MEN'S $20.00 SUITS for $10.50.
. ONLY OKI WEEK MORE!
n ii n. im.iih. -mmi nwmw n n 1 1 ,r
' To buy LADIES' $1.50 WAISTS for 75c.
ONLY ONE WEEK MORE!
To get our Famous Bargins in LADIES' WALKING
ONLY ONE WEEK MORE!
For our Big Valne in SPREADS and TOWELS.
ONLY. ONE WEEK , M ORE 1 !
For MEN'S HAT5 nt HALF-PRICE!
ONLY ONE WEEK M.OREJ
l For the Great Bargains in LADIES' and CHILD
ONLY 0 N E WE ,E K.Mfl.nE 1
For our SLAUGHTERING MILLINERY SALE.
The Last Week
of the Greatest
Bargain Sale of
Dry Goods and
Goods for Men
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