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EVBK1N0 DULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAYi DEC. 11, 1903.
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Today we publish the fiirst count in the
V. it 1 i nc-
& MARSH fceslions
Cbupiori entitling: the holder to one vote given with each 25o PURCHASE.
are interested in one of the following names:
. Cravenette Rain Coats
frOE IAB1ES, FROM
Children's, from $3.75
Ladies' lingerie Dresses
in White, Fink, Blue, and lavender,
Put up in pretty, fancy boxes each
containing one sash and two Hair
Ribbons, or six Hair Ribbons, from
$2.00 a box
10 Yard Spools 10c
For Tieing Packages.
In fill tyidths.
First Count in Doll's House Contest
MurJorle ClUrid, -Betty
Beatrice Lucas, -Clnda
Bsrri 1 eDarnon;
Sybil Carter, . -
HANDSOME LINE OF
White Wash Petticoats
Elegantly Trimmed; No Two' Alike.
In Sets and Single Garments.
From G months to 3 years' size.
short, three-quarter, and full-length.
Black and White, from $7.50 up.
ELEOANT ASSORTMENT OF
New Dress Skirts
Shop at Whitney & Marshes and get your Coupons and so help your little favorite in the
Boll's House Contest
riW8'"'M Six? ' j&iMim "
Castlc-Schaefer Wedding four bridesmaids,, unusually pretty
I One of the largest Society func- bIH.:,, wo,e ,plnk "chlrfon. cloth trim-
tlons of the season wus the weddl.ig mu.l iu si I.e.- I iro and Hatln, u In
lit St. Andrew's Cathedral on Tuo Dlrcctultu.. The were MIB303
(luy evening of litlss Ethcllndn Schae- hfuimli o'per. Ileutrlce Castle, Kath,-
fer. daughter of Xho kalian Conul In,i- CvoUlo. will. Violet Dumon.Thc
and MrB, K, A. Schaefer, and Mr. AI-, bridal pmccssluu, proceeded slowly up
feed I.. Castle, son of Mr.. mid Mrs. ltieasle nccoiupalilod by the usheis.
yv. It. Cattle. The, ceremony was Mews., U.'Cijaie Jr,. V. I. Cui-
porformod by the llov. K. T.'SImp- tie, Harpld Caist)"i .'Gusliy Schaefor,
on most Impressively, Shortly bi- and Clnilei .Sprin'is'. to the chancel
fore eight' the guests began to assem- steps, who e tluiy wute. nidt hy the
hie and In the Interval of expectation brldegionm. hli Lu.jt.urfn, ,Mr. Ueu.
theio was luuc'l to Interest In watch- Fuller, ami the ufflcUtlng cferKymuii,
ng the arrivals nud listening to the t'e llov. K. T. 'Shnp-on, After the iby.the bride. Light refreshments and
fixqulslte music which poured forth corvlcp,, wMd. ,wiis, f chnr'ij. punch weie served. Mrs. V. A. Schne
from the organ under the able hands tjio hrliial ,p.utv; wajljod .'down the. fer In, an, elegant gown of silver gray
pf Mr, ltudland, llode. St. Andrew's alu In nit saiim order ,ln, ,w,hlcii'ciViiu meteor ornamented with sliver
n.iii...ip..i ...iiii. i.,...i t. ...i ii )..... 1....1 .. .. .... i i.. i.r' -. v. ' ... I. ... . - . .
.. ........i, ....iv,. nun. uncu m wen ,.y nan iii-rin m(iiiiniinu pi uio emurouicry anu Teal lace, made a
to decorations, looked even .betyer ",",dd ncMarc:l a.MunanlgilJiy thojurjklngly youthful app'earunce.. Miss
theso gorgeous Rowers wero seen, .'n
tlio llhrary, suspended from the chan
delier, was a basket of red carnations
and ferns tl?d with tulle. The. bril
liant rohisletta leaves made bits of
color, and the vonvadla vine in gor
geous centers added to the vivid ef
fect. In the dining-room basket?
of bride's roses tied with pink tulle
ornamented the table. Pink, begonias
and pink carnations covered all tin
color Kciieiuo. " i
The wedding cake was cut by Mm.
Andrew Fuller anil the, brldeb cuko
fnan usual, , unu biiowoci llio artistic f,cod wl.iliei of, .ill, thoSo present
fasto or miss Helen Alexander and OjiI the lntlmalt) Trlouds and rein
(issUtants. Tho color scheme was In tlvea of both -families were bidden to
pink, and white,, Lilies grouped ab.out the rcVeptlou aV ."Rosebanli," tho
he chancel and decorated,, the altar, home of tho brlde'ii parents. Hort,
retained by p'l'nk carnation's with, a asut the cliurch, the decorations were
background of palms, ferns, ant beautiful. " Mrs. J. W. Uobertson and
greenery, formed an uitlstlc settliiu many fr.lenda were responsible Tor
for the bridal party. ( -these, jWhlle It Is Impossible to con-
, The bridal procession entered tho vey by writing the beauty of the dec
churijli promptly, at eight o.'cldck.und orutloua. In full detail, yct.sonio Idea
became immediately the center of at- can bo conveyed ,of tho scheme, as a
traction. ,, All eyes turned to look tit whole.. The, newly married couple
tho beautiful bride as bIio procecdod recejved the congratulations of 'their
up tho alslo on the arm of her fath- friends,, in ,ti6 Jiay wludqvy In the
cr. Shu was.dreped In a rich white drw('ug-rooin. which waK,exqu.!sltqly
Butln Dlrectoireen train, with n.yoko bankitaw'tb lahjenbulr ferns,, Aus
of old rose point and her wedding veil traljan fer,ns,nd the. choicest, greens,
with Its orange, blossoms proved an MJulhylruped the.w(nd)ws'lrt'giaceful.
exception In tJIj case and was un- festoppp, ji'nd the dark-gree,n f'ullago
usually, beepming., It ,was fastened showed off the daz'zjjng whiteness ,of
hy a diamond ornament, the gift of the .sculptured Ventls. Hrlde'i roses
her father. She carried a shower in delicate shades. of plnlc.and II Ilea
bouquet of orchids and white violets. In virgin wh(te gave thp key-jiotjn pf
Then, came tho charming inali(-of- the. coor sciicuie, In tliq s(ttlng
hqnpr, Miss Klsa Schaefer, ilressed. In ropm. Ai'nerl'cau Ileauty roseH .renj-pd
pink crepe do chine, carrying a lioii- tl'iejj- gr.acqtiil lie'ada In luxuriant. pro
quet of roses tied with tulle, Tho fusion, On the mantelpiece roses of
Iripgard Schaefer was handsome)
diMsed. In cream voile. Miss Paulino
Schaefer was youthfully sweet in
palest blue .silk, Mrs. y,'. It. Caslle.
the, mother pf the groom, wore a, ele
ction of 'black clmntllly lace cjyet
.wlill'e chiffon a;iil, atlii, which was
beautiful and becoming.
The presents were numerous and'
costly. T"0 reception was delight
fully, Informal, and marked another
success, to the, already, long Hut. of the
Schaefers' many hospitable entertain
. Mr. a ul Mrs. Alfred Castle will oc
cupy the Wood bungalow and, the
hp,neymoonls belug spent on Tnnti
a white satin trimmed with old lace.
Mrs. W. K. Castle Jr., green satin
trimmed with gold lacei.Mn. V. J.
Lowrey, white Urussels lace; Miss
Coleman Castle, black satin with
rich lace bertha; Mrs. Alian White,
soft pink silk with raco yoke and
Hleeves; black lace, Mrs. Kcstarlck;
white Inco over pink satin, Mrs.
Tenney Peck; a white lace creation,'
Mrs-. Faxon Illshop; Mra.'eorgo Her-
oeri, in oibck lace over saiin; Airs.
Kdwnrd Tenney, cream lace and
mauve orchids; soft crcninTcolored
gown trimmed with silk lace, Mrs.
von Holt; painted chiffon trimmed
with ribbon, Miss Margnre Cast'lp;
pink chiffon cloth trimmed with silk
lace, Miss Alice Cooke,
Among the guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. W. It. Castle, Mr. and Mrs. V.
It. Castle Jr., Mr. und Mrs. James
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Castle.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Iiwrey, Mr. und
Mrs. K, D. Tenney, Mrs. Mary Tcu
uey, Mrs. F. C. Lowroy, Mr. and Mis.
Tennoy eck, Dr. and Mrs. Moore.
Or. und Mrs. Ilrliickerhoff, Mrs. Al
lan .White, Mrs. Coleman, Rev. ail. I
Mrs. Westervelt, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Cooke, Mr. und Mrs. Montnguo
Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Cook,
Mr. und Mrs. Clarence Cooke, Mr. and
Alra. J. I'. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. 8am
Damon, Mr. nti'd Mrs. Frank Damon,
Governor und Mrs. Freart.Judge, and
Mrs. Dole, Captain and Mrs. Fuller,
Mr. and Mrs. Krdman, Mr., nnd Mr.
Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs. Latiz. Mi.
and Mrs. Dowsett, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Camp-
ueu, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Carter. Mr.
and Mrs. Quit, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Hall, Dr. and Mrs, Herbert. Dr. and
MrB. Hoffmann, Judge Hartwell,
MIbs HarHyell,. Mr. and , Mrs. vou
Holt, Mrunil Mrs. Oartloy, Mr. niid
wrs. v. c. Jones, Mr, and Mrs. A.
Lewis, Mr. und Mrs. W. O. Smith.
'Mrs. Philip Andrews, Miss Katberluo
Smith, Mr. Sam Ilaldwln, Mr. Frank
Armstrong, the Misses Walker, Mm.
A. F. Judd, Mr. und Mrs. FrancU
Pay, Mr. und Mrs. K, A. II. Ross, Ml.
und Mrs. KopJa Mr, and Mrs. Paul
Isenborg, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Ivers, Mr. und Mri.
Ralph Johiibtone, t,Mr. und Mrs.
St'oere, Mrs. Henry Waterhouse,,Mlas
Sturgeon, the Misses Wnterhouse.
Judgo and Mrs. Kingsbury, Mr. anJ
Mrs. A. Haneberg, Mr. and Mrs. Pot
Ifarlane. Mr. and Mrs. II. I. Macfai
lane Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Weight, 4Mr.
unu mrs. aiott-smltli, Mr. and Mm.
8am Wlldor, Mr. nnd Mrs. aerrlt Wil
der, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlthlngton, Dr.
und Mrs. Mcdrew. Dr. nnd Mrs. Coo
per. Rev. und Mrs. Scuddcr, Mm.
Laura Wight, the Misses Wight, Mm.
S. S. Robertson, Mrs. Lawrence, MIbs
Lawrence, the Misses Roberts. Mr
nml Mt-fl .T.ntunu trtl.lonn f- .!
l ,. w..... iwutiiouil, ilil, Ull 1
"Mrs. Oeorge Robertson, ,lr. and Mm,1
. u. ai. uoocrtson, .Mr. and Mrs. Jne
ger. Mr. nnd Mrs. CI. Lnrim lr m.. I
and Sirs. Jnmcs Dougherty, Mr. nnd
Mrs. llallentyne, Mr. and, Mrs. James
spencer, Mr. and Mrs. von Humm, Mr.
anu MrB. Alexander Young, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. oung, Mr, Curtwrlght.Mr.
Wlchmnn. Rev. anil Mrs. HIIhh itcv.
and Mrs. Simpson. Illshop und MrB.
T) nctn .1s XTIuu H ...., ul t. t ,
.M.....n. ...ton iirniui ICR, Air, nnu
Mrs. Spalding, the Misses Spalding.
Mr. Arthur Mackintosh, M McCor
rlston, Mrs. Wnlbrldge,the MIbjbb
Parke. Mr. and Mrs. I'nml. (lnv,.r.,.M.
Cleghorn, Mrs.' Ward, Mr. and Airs.
liawes Jr., and many others.
Cards have been received as fol
lows: Mrs. Robert (Jrecn West his
the honor of announcing the mur-
rlage of hur daughter Florence Do.-i
.to Doctor Paul Randolph Stnlnaker,
I United- States Navy, on Tuesdny. tho
tenth day of November, one thousand
nineteen hundred nnd eight. Austin,
Texns. At Home, Annapolis Mil. Dr.
Stalnakcr U very well known herd
nnd has mnny friends.
Mr. ami Mrs. C. lledcmann nrrlvei
in the BuiueHteuiuer nnd are ut Wal-
klkl. Mr. Ileilemann, who has been
far from well. Is now looking the pic
ture or neaiiii.
I "Rosehnnk" was tho scon'o of n lit
tle dinner on Wednesduy evening for
the bridesmaids. White asters and
white tulle made the table lovely, to
look upon. i
Miss Day, n pretly girl at tbf'Moana,
ii. iuuu t-njii)iiiK iionoiiiiu anil ili
Mrs. Klla Wheeler Wilcox" now
hook Is called "New Thought Com
Mornine Music Club
The Morning Music Club hail a
very 'interesting two hours nt tho
residence of Mrs. I'arku'on lleretanla
avenue, the guests of MrB. Ilcrnhe
Walbrldge. on Wednesday. The fuil
program wiib ns follows:
I 1 Paper, Mrs. von Holt'.
I 2 Illustrative Norwegian Folk
Songs. Mrs. von Holt.
.1 Piano solo. Dance Antique (Go
durd), Mrs. Mott-Smltb.
Piano duet. Ilobemlan Foil;
Songs (Dvoruk), MIbbcs Stevens unit
fi Vocal Duct, Tuscan Folk Songs
n A Streamlet Full of Flowers, b A
Flight of Clouds (Lulgl Caracclolo),
Meednmes Peck nnd Hoffmann. '
6 Piano solo, Oavotte 1'Antlqua.
(Secboeck). Miss Wcrthmueller.
7 Piano solo, Porto lllcan nnd
Mexican J))U Songs. Mrs. Constnbel.
8-,-Plano solo. Negro Melodies:
The Stones. Are Very Hard; Steal
Away (CoWMrige Taylor), Miss Shef
field. Piano duet, Selections from In
dian Suite (MacDowell), Miss Werth
inueller. Mrs. Hitchcock.
Major and Mrs. Wlusloiv, who nro
nt the Moann, may occupy (he Me
Cnndli'ss pluco ir tho (inturnuiont
lukes It over.
Mr. Tarn McOrew expects to .sail
for Parln In a few weeks. '
Jus. Tho wedding vpll worn by tliqlfer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rodlek, Mr. and
virjja iyu ism iter lor me occasion
jiy, Mrs, W. II. (?astle Jr. It Is a Urus
kels net, the edge being u combina
tion .of Ilrnsselu ami milnl lni-o ii
Vas also worn by Mrs. W. It. Castle
lr. at hor own wedding and lato, re
main an ierloom In tho Castlo fam
ily, Some of. the gowns, worn, at .the
wedding wero very lovely, nnd Mr-i.
Mr,. Focke, Mr, und Mrs. Lowers, Mr,
and Mrs. Arthur Wall. Mr. nml Mw
V. A. Love, Mr. und Mrs. Oeorge Un
yles, Mr! und Mrs, Forater, Mr. and
Mrs. Ooodale, Mr. and Mrs. Super,
Mr. and Mrs. Klebahu, Mr. and Mrs.
Klamp, Wm. Williamson, Mr. Roth.
Mr. and Mir. Phlllii Weaver. Mm.
Ellen Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. F. V.
James Castle was notlcea'bly lovely lu'Macfarlano, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Muc-
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