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RVENINO tJULMTTIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATUUDAY, SKIT. 4, lDOfl.
WE are now receiving the goods recently purchased in. Paris, London
and New York by our Mr. Brasch, Our English and French goods
are here in the Custom House.
We hope to be able to show tHem during the coming week. In the meantime several
cases of New York merchandise have arrived.
Just in time for School
WASH SUITS FOR
in Linen, Pique, and
1 SOCIAL NOTES
ANNOUNCEMENT. I unlqiio and InteVcftlr.g, which will
bring thnusanila of vUltom to" our
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Willi inuiCon.it, battleships, and, perhaps Pro
Damon announce Him engagement of" "I""' Tuft limy l)u our Imnoicd
their daughter Violet (o u- rrai
liwrrncu I'utman of I Ihuo, Knu.il.
Tho Kxainlncr sajs: Whllo tho
siinimcr's lUttcbs indolcnio ami
dreaminess Is claiming us ns vie
tlnis, onV by one and such wilting
ones wo nie there remain somo who
hnvo little time at present for aught daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Charles
else, but plnns und plans for the. gay J aililions, and Uustnvo Sehncfcr,
happenings of I'oitphi weclt. And . which look place last evening lit the
although weeks and wecKs hum now, Klrst l'resbytcrlau Church, was n
'wo nie gett-ng gllinpses of' what brilliant affair, which was of nio.-o
may Inter on ho oxpettcd and on-1 than local Intel est, owing to the
Jojcil. Tho committee which Is ur-.fact that the gronm Is one of the
innging affairs has selected a group I prominent men of the Hawaiian Ist
of tho cltVs' finest looking men fofnds, nnd tho bride, who Is olio of
tho Dragoous. They will escort and tho popular girls In the oungcr mi
guard tho I'ortola quocn and bo'clnl set, has a wide ucqualntunto
mounted on Jet-black homes with juutslilo of her homo city. Tho
flhcr irnpplngs and will don tho" church had been elaborately docor
hnndsomest of Spanish giundeo "toil with a llornl bloom carrying
dress. They aro nil six feet In height nut. a color schoino of green and
and stunning 'fooklng men. So fur, whllo. Tho ceremony was perform
tho pouonnel Includes: Oiorgo Cad- od ill half- past S o'clock, in tho
walader, Harry McKiinnny, licit1 pireoiico of n nhsemblugo of friends
I.uclislnger, lVaiik CorbuslcjY (icrabl , Hint completely llllcd tho artlscnlly
Ilnlhpy, I'aul Foster, Carl Wolfe, i decorated edlllce.
Hlller Deuprey, Kmorson Wnrllcld, ' Tim brld.il party Included Mrs,
I.orlng HUford, Courtenay I'oid, Chnrjes K, Orceu as matroii of lion-
llusscl llogue, Chailes Adams.
Now wij hnvo tho Dragoons be- bridesmaid, (Jeorgo llrown of llouo
locted and the I'm loin poster. MIss'lulU, who acted as best man, and
Vlrglllu llogue, who Is to graco tho! Carl Hchaefcr, Mllliiu Dean? Wll
fete ns queen? Tliut Is a query that Ham (llbhons nn,d Charles Olbbons
Is Intel estlng toclety nioro and inoioi divided tho honors as ushers. Tho
as tliftio lines tnko deflnlto shapo. bride was given Into tho keeping
There nio several In mind for Ons-1 of bcr fithiiu hnsband'by her fathom
par, but tho queen must bo n hocloty, Charles (ilbbons,
queen, a matron of established fo-j Tliejirldo wore a hnndhomo gown
i Inl position, who can make San of white Batln,, elnborated with
KiaiiLlsco's great feto ono of splcn-, trimmings of lnco nnd cmlirolilcied
lid ilignlty ns well as cm nival of bands. A tullo veil and a showor
fun. Mrs. William Crocker would bouquet of lilies of th valley com
mako nil Idoal queen from tho point ' pletcd tho cojtumo. Tho matron of
of beauty, ilignlty, position nnd bcr j honor was of n combination of green
California ancestors, who helped to and whlto in keeping with tho gen
make our Stale. Then thero Is Mrs. oral color scliome of decoration.
William S. Tovls, gracious dignity I A reception to which tho lutlmuto
Itself, whoso father Itomualdo Pa- friends of tho lirldu and groom wen
eheo, was ono of California's stately Invited followed the church ccro
govornors, ns well as n descendant . mony, at tho Fairmont,
of a Castllllnii family, who owned After n' lionoyniomi Hip spent "In
fnhulotiB acres of our land. Thou
thero Is tho llnrouess vou Schroedcr,
whore father .Inme.i Donahue, nlded
In tho building of tho Statu, and
there are hoclal queens In tho fami
lies of the piomluent pioneers who
grace this Important position, As
Ibis Is (ho-first festivity! of Us kind
hui'. "is "ii mkku '
give u tno t)iuui oi iiH approval
nli It In every way thiit It may ho
como the brilliant opening for the
social winter In &in Frnncleco.
Tho Call of Aug. ZS Bays: The
weihllng o? Miss I.yilla dlbbon.
inr, Miss Constanco Cummlngs us
tho southern part of tha Stato, Mr.
Srhaefor and his bilile will sail for
Honolulu, whom I lii'y will mnko
Tho pnpt week has been a gay ono
nt tho ho-els with so ninny guests, and
tbrco dances timing tho week furii.
In Fine Sheer Mulls, from
in White, . Pink, Blue,,
Tan, ancl Lavender
High and Low Necks
Ithed delightful recreation for the
evening hours. On Tuesday n very
enjoyable ball at tho Mouu In honor.
of tho Cousresslnnal party, was attend
ed by most f.f iho prominent naval,
army and marine oftlcers In tii'Vn, with
their wives, ns well as many tovuspe
ide, eager to do honor to'fiur Washing
ton guests. Numerous beautiful gowiM
wi'rc In uvldeucu and an unuUial niitic
l3r of pretty women made tlu hall
room "n thing of beauty and a Joy
forever." Tho Scasldo llfllel was In
g'lln nttjre Thursday evening In com
pHnicnt to the distinguished visitors,
The grounds wcro a verltnbio fairy
land, with myriads of colou-d electric
lights Btnuig up with festoonu '-f pay
ly colored electric lights strung up
with festoons of gayly colored signal
flags, whlle'llio arch ovor tho entrance
to llio giminds was attractively draped
with hugQ Amorlcuu Hags and red,
whlto mid bine bunting. The lull was
well attended, although' (he iullruoni
1was not at any tlmo overcrowded, foi
many of tho lsltors )ent part of the
evening on the roof garden of tho Alex
sudnr Voting hotel, wlicro the Twenty
ninth Infantry band orf the tri'ispoit
Tbomns gne a delightful musical pro-"
'gram. A largo assembly of eoptu lis
tened to the entrancing music and
iVhen It was over," hooped gayly Into
the ballroom and "tripped tho light
fantastic" for several hours, spending
pleasant Intel missions with (heir part
ners on tho" roof garden, which win
Hooded with gorgeous moonlight mid
dinned by thu most refreshing breezes
troiu tho mountains. Thu ball was
Ft need by tho presence of (loveiuor
nnd Mrs. Freur on tho roof'girdeu as
well as tho congressional guests. When
tho trail ort Thomas sailed at mid
night, it carried away a tired but Imp
py boatload of pcoplo whoso few shoit
hours In Hawaii had been crowded full
of plcauuro and enjoyment.
Honolulu's Congressional glioses
entertained on Tuesday ny an uuio
mobllu lour of Honolulu which In
cluded visits In the Federal llullil
lug, Naval Station, Queen's Hospi
tal, l.uunlllo Home and tho Aquar
ium which was thoroughly enjoyed
by all thoso parent. Tho ladles es
pecially (omuionted upon tho bril
liant coloring of Hawaii's finny
tribe, nnd weic amazed at the many
varieties of Huh on exhibition. Lat
er In thu morning the guests wein
escnrtoil to the fnrtllltatlims behind
Diamond Head at Fort linger. Need
lets to Kiy, tho experience win "'i
usunl, for not many people aro per
mitted to ppiictmte a dark tunnel
two bundled feet long which. oad
Into n crater several million years
, old, Theie wein
a number of Ho.
thu P-iity luclud-
nolulu pcoplu In,
Ing Prlneo Kulilo, .Mr. W. O. Smith,
Judgo Perry, Mr. Frank Thompson
The nrilvn! of tho steamship Si
beria on Monday morning biuught
u largo gutheilni
together on tha
llnckfeld wharf to welcome the Con-1
giessmtn and their ladles ftom ,
WashUiglnn who nro to bo our
guests fur two weeks, as well as
many knmaalmis returning fiom the
mainland. The sccuo was an ani
mated one of excitement und confu
sion, nnd a pretty one wltlinl, wheyi
the Congressional party came down
the gangplank gully decorated with
bright flower. Icls, as the Hawaiian
uiitid plnyoJ '.'Alnlin Oe." The ro
rcptlon commlttco had automobiles
In I cad I uess, and the guests wcie
quickly convened to the Young Ho
tel to enjoy a brief se.iMin of reit
nnd lef-eslimriit In prepurutlnn for
tho strenuous round of. sightseeing
citliiicd ior Cic:r untertuliimeut.
Major) Ktjer, -"Jth lurnntry, who
was with his leglmeut alio.ird. the
transport Thomas, accompanied by
Mm. Styer nnd ihlldicu, wcro enter
tnlned In town ycslerday by Mrs. Kg
bert Itoberts. Mr. Slyer Is n grand
daughter of the lato Admiral Wil
kes, U. S. N., famous by his con
nection with Iho Trent affair iluilug
Iho Civil War, und well known i-ev-cral
decades ago liy "his minoys on
various- Islands cf (hu Hawaiian
C.iptnln nnd Mrs. Ilrlnnt Wells nnd
fnmlly were enlertalncd dining their
stuy by Major nitil Mrs. Wuilli.ims.
Mrs.' Slyer nnd Mr. und Mrs. Wells
are Salt Lake people, Captain' Wells
being n blether of ox-lioveruor lleb
er M. Wells of Utah.
Arrangements nre Minplng them-
Eelves ulicly for the gland hall
ho given at the Moanu Hotel on (ho
0th Inst., by California's Sous and
Daughteis. From t!c demand for
Invitations to this nnnunl eotlnl
event, nn unpiecedcntcd ciowd Is
expected to ho In attendance this
ear. Tho Callrnrulaus und their
friends will bo retelvcd by tho fol
lowing ladles: Mis. Whltohend,
Mrs, Tltnuinns, Mrs. Levy, Mrs.
"cotl, Mrs. Soule, Mrs. No) en, Mis
Dlliklugo. Miss Waltz and Miss Weir.
The I'oor will ho In charge of W. F.
H.lhinn, with Otn 'turuielHtei-us his
'lilef OBslslntit. Others w,lm will us-
-in are 11. t;. b-'oti, 1. t,. oyes, Jus.
Lynch, Chits. Murras, F ('. Katu, J.
M. Levy, M. 11. Dlumimd. '
tt :: n
The Mooilsh palace of .Mr. Win. 0.
Irwin on Walklkl boach'wps Iho sceno
of u charming dinner Inst week Frl-1
day in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hsioldi
Dillingham. Thu dining table, bonutl
t til In Its i.rraj' of cut glass nnJ silver,
wiis decorated In mi exqulslto manner
with (lowers and gieens, Mr. Irwin's
guests wire: Mr. ami Mrs. Hcniy
Foster Dutton, Mr. and Mis. Hart)
Mnrriirlanc, Mr. and Mrs. fteorgo
Danes, Miss llliney, .Mr. I.ar.slng MU-
nor nud Mr. Walter Dillingham,
Mr, I., .1. Wunen wns a passenger
en the t.urllne. going up to (ho Coast
to marry a California girl.
The engagement of the week that
created nioro than n local stir was
that At MlVj Nellie Cnlvln iind !);.
Frank Curtlss of San Jose. The hrldo
elect Is the eldest daughter of Mr.
und Mis, !:. K. Calvin, who nro trav
tllug in the ninth, and the announce
ment will he of interest to scores of
f I lends of tho joung couple. MIjs
Calvin Is an attiactlve gill, with
more than the usual graceful nciom
pllshments, nud with her sisters.
Mlbxcs Ciirila and Mriuluu Calvin,
enjoys u wide populailty on hul!i
fides of Iho bay. Call.
Dr. and Mrs. Kinest P. Pappcy of
Detroit, Michigan, weie passengcis
on, the .Siberia en route to .lupin.
nnd spent Monday sight-seeing In
llouoliilii, They were both wry en
thusiastic about thu Islands, ami m
gretted their luahlllty In slop oei
I1010. Aflerfiavelllng In .liipiin anil
China for two months, they will con
tinea their Journey around Iho
wfirlil, ni riving lu New York next
Muy. Miss Slhley und Miss Mary
Stevens nro members of Dr. Tup
Mr. Cecil llrowiciiterlaliicil at his
Kaplolanl Paik lesldeiico on WpiIiicji-
duy ovenlng at a Jolly btaginner for
liromincui Kaaiuauiiis. A unique dec
oration of pretty Chinese lanternsoil
twined with mnldenhalr fein Eked till
uttractivo ynd subdued light 011 tho
I simiptmum dining table. Tho guests
v"'"! J"dgu Francis M. Hutch, Col.
A. fi. Hawes. Mr. Win. (1. Irwin. .Mi
II. F, Dlllliighiim, Mr. U-msIng .MIziki
Mr. L. Tenney Peck, Governor Cleg
horn. Consul Can. u ono, Mr.- Harry
von Hull, Mrs. F. C, Sclnefer. nnd Mr
, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ctorgo Davles tool: a
jolly pnitv ol sMten on a delightful
motor ildo to Hiloiwa in Thursday
v,"'' vbcie the g-.it.ds enlnved -i
l iumi--r ii-i-i-h on me nu-m-.
,,lx, 1;"1''1 i'-IhHib room. Northe ictwl
I 'uJoyahle part of the party which was
l -'lV1'" ' linnnr of Mrs. lllrney iimj
! IHraey, w.ih Hid tide homo by
'"oonllghi, tho silvery ray of iho moon
For Boys and Girls
flooding the load with beams of shin)
r.ulck-tdlvcr and making the path al
most as light us day. i
A dinner perfect in lis npolntmcut
v-us glum at thu Alexander Young
Hotel ThiirsdiiyeienlnB by Mnjur mid
Mrs. Ileecher II. Hay, in compliment
to Governor and Mis. Frear, Mrs. II.
O. I.olghtou Iteiiresentatlvu and Mrs.
Scott of Kaneas Hepreii'Utathe Miller
and Itc'.ireiontatlo Candler. Thu
guests spent a delightful evening lis
tening' td the concert on tho loof g-u-den
after dinner and alio attending
tho dance In thu ballro.im.
When the Thomas sailed at ml Inlght
Thursday idiu carried away I.lout.
Quekenieyer, ono If the best playerfc
of the Fifth Caui'ry polo tejiu, and
I. lent. Hanson, iilto mi expoit polo
pin) er of the Firth. Mrs. SllUnel W.
Dunning wife of Major Dimn.r.i; com
mandant at, Fort Shafter, ahc le ail
ed on tho Thouus, with Mrs, Cisuier
wlfu of Captain Cnstner.
Will Warren, who has been n
cleik In thu Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. of which his brother J. T. Wur
t I'll Is the pioprlntor, has gone to
Oak'nud where ho has taken n -
Ulllcn vhl"h n leal estate und InoU-
! cragu linn, lie Is now Iho guests of
his patents, llev nnd Mn .1. II, W.ir-
leii of -1-0 lll.gaid Avenue, llerku
Mr. W. II. Ilabhllt letnrneil nn the
Siberia Monday f 10111 n tilp to the
Alaska-Yukon Hxposltlun nt Sealllo.
Ho wns nlo a dclegaio to tho Na
tional Irrigation Cuner'su. Mrs. Ilah
bltt mid daughter, being unable to
tocuic uttommodntlons on the "Si
beria" returned by mi 'caillei steam
er, Mrs. Illruey ami MIkk lllrney, molber
mil sister of Mis. (Jcorgp Divles. who
liaio boon tho gnesti of Mr. and Mrs.
Davles for six nionlhs or 111010, are
looked to dep-irt next Wedntsday on
tho Alameda for their home In Kng-
The sad news of thu death of Miss
simile Winston a mother lu Vlrgl-
inn was rereiveu 111 Honolulu on
Wednesday, und Miss Winston's vl
sit to Honolulu Is thercfoio Indef
Miss llertha Chuk who has been
spending n delightful wrntlnn In
,11111111111111 ueing mucii eniertniued liy
her many fi lends, leaves Tuesday
for Kohala where she Is a teacher
In tho lllrls' Seminary.
Dr. nud .Mrs: Waller Iloffimiii Me
teit.-ilned at an Informal dinner last
week Fildiiy at their nttinctlvc bun
g ilow In l.lllha 'Vnlley. their guosts
balng Major and Mis. W'ndhums and
Mr. and Mrs. "Jack" Warren. ,
Sir. Mllo M. Potter, manager of
the Hotel Van Nuys in Los Ange
les, ncccnil allied by Mrs. Poller und
fimllj, tuliie up to the cltj'yestci-
djy and reglsCied afMho Fairmont.
Chi.ulc(c, August silh,
Mis. II. L. Pnruiclee who has hen
Hie guesl of her daughter, Mrs. Win.
W. Low, will leave for her homo In
New Haven, Connecticut on tjio Mon
golia. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hnrvcy. Mlrs
Oram lluivej-Clder und Dudley llnr-cy-Klde17
of WhlttliT, Cal,, nrrlved
ru the Siberia for n visit In tho Isl
ands. .ludgo Frnmls M. Hatch rrturneil
vlth the Const eyslonal party on thu
"Siberia" after a long nhsenco from
Hie Tenllory In Wiikljngton nud wns
7ulcomed by his family on thu
Dr. nnd Mrs, Stuhlx, who hnvo
;le-Mi the guests of Mrs. Stiihbs' 1110-
' ,,,,. jIn) wnlirhouo i "for several
mouths will leave shortly for their
1 oem In Loudon, IhiHlaiid.
Major and Mrs. Charles 11. McKln.
dtry, mi well known In San Fran
cIjch society, were through passen
gers on tho Sibeiln, sailing to 11
new nation lu tho Philippines.
Miss Agnes Wickxtrum, sister of
Mrs. 0. II OI.m11 of CollJgo lllllcv
relumed fiom I. lime 011 too Klnau'
after a '.delightful visit of sovoial
A wlieless mcssiige from Maul 1111
I TliuiBiJity ejjurfyed the md tidings of
the sudden death or Mrs. I.tiuls win
Tempsky. formerly Miss Amy Wu.lt
house of Honolulu.
r The Tcirltory's guest,aro being en-
lonnincii in lay on nn "ai'.tomo'.iiio mi
mound tho Iclnnd, and they will stop
for luncheon, returning by
wav of t'10 Pall. t
Miss l.nulse .lohnstnn of Los An
geles who has spent several weeks nt
1 no .mc minimi nn runniioii street.
, left for her homo Thursday In tho
Tuphilaycvonlni; preceding tho hop
nl (he Momm Mr. nnd Mrs. Thurs
Ion eniertniued fi tends nt dinner lo
meet their Pasadena house guests.
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