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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H 8VTURDAY, OCT. 0, 1000
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ONE OF HONOLULU'S BRIDES
Mrs. Oustav Edmund Schaefer, whoso- picture appears today, Ib the tal
ented daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Gibbons, of Sun, Francisco. '.Last month
this UeaitMftil young'girl'bc'catnp the brldo of Mr. Schaefer; the wedding was
one of tne' social ovents of tho season. Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer. who have had
apartments at the Young Hotel, will move next week. Into their their at
tractive bungalow on Thurston avenue, and be home to their friends.
Princess Kalanianaole'f Eeception.
The Recoptlon given Tuesday by
the Princess Knlanlanaole at P(ua-
lefllanl. her Walklkt home, was a
most pretentions affair, formal luvl-
tatlons were not Issued, the local pa-
pers were lequcetcd to announco that
tho Princess would be nt homo. Scv-
erai hundred society folk pmtook of
the giaclous 1103(098' hospitality.
This charming woman looked regal
In a Renaissance lace gown over
white satin. Mrs. Pierre Jones, who
l.elongs to one of the old English
families, and Js a sister of Mrs. Stella
Dixon, wife of thb late Admiral 1)1 x-
on, helped the Princess receive. The
Honorable EMwnrd Ullkalanl met
the ruests, and escorted them to tho
ren-lvlng party. The drawing ituin
was eliborately decorated In palmi.
hanging baskets and American lleau-
ly roses. Mrs. John Palmer wore i
while embroidered princess frock,
and served fruit punch In tho break
'last room Miss Lovy and Miss
Maud Jones looked sweet and girl-
:h In becoming summer gowns, and
r.Kslsled .In serving refreshments.
Mrs, Harry 'Lewis wore a Copuuha
een blue satin, with larf o black li.u,
Mrs. Mannle "nil Jps wore a froc.
of a water melon shade of silk over
satin, with larpe picture hat, rolled
Feel "".All In?"
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cine you've been needing. It
will tone and 'strengthen the
"inner man" and prevent
Sick Headache, Billiousness,
Kidney Troubles, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Malaria.
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Holllstor Drug Co., Ltd,1,
Chambers Drug Co, Ltd.; Hllo D-ug
Co.f andatall Wholesale Lister
on "e side, Mrs. lackland wore :i
preen fouluij nlth real lace berthJ,
Miss Agnes Walker was clad In i n
ovlct embroidered prlnccts frock.
wltli huge white hat one of tlu
in ,rt thlc toilettes was wo.-n by Mim
(". ol light blue inolre, with orlen
tal tilmmlng, cut after a Uuston
bnmn model, Mis. Helen Noonnr
mii white lac- over silk, with '
i.ist't- garden hat, Mis. Alfred Tuy
lor wore a black and gold costume,
with luigo liut, trimmed In ogtrh:i
feathers, Mrs. Alexander Campbell
woro a smart frock of ecru ombrol 1 -
ery, trimmed In buttons, with a
flowered turban, Miss lllanche tiopei,
looked very sweet n a pink sntlu
n i valine, Mrs. Parks wife of Com-
mander Parks looked unusually mil
In a new shade of pink satlii heavily
embroidered, Mrs. George Smithies
who is a warm, personal frl-jn 1 of
ll-e hostess and who also helped ie-
it), looked handsome In n goldiu
hi own crepe de chine, a cream mlUii
'straw hat with a yellow Illrd of I'd-
rn-'lso wits worn nlth the costume
Mrs. Phl.u wife of Cuptaln KlsVe,
woro a black satin trimmed In black
sequins, Mrs. Keigcmcirer wore u
flowoied .chiffon with shower hat,
Mrs. Maik Bt. Clair Ellis wore an
'olnborato llngeile gown, with largo
Captain and Mrs. Marlx Dlnntr.
Sunday evening. Captain and Mrs.
Marlx entertained informally at dlnnor.
Cot era uero laid for eight; tho table
was exquisitely decorated In purple
orchids and maidenhair fern, Thoso
piepvnt were Captain and Mrs. Marlx,
.Mrs. Tanner, Miss Stephens. Miss
Tannor, Lieutenant Willis, U. S. M. C.
Lieutenant Commander .Caslus Bond of
tho U. 8. S. West Virginia and Mid
Tbo wedding of Miss Maymo Wad
man mil Joseph 'Eliot Austin, which
took plnca 'Monday, was a' pretty home
affair, witnessed on'y by Intimate
friends of tho family, and (ho Bhlp
mates of tho gioom. The ceremony
was pci formed at 4 o'cock by Dr. J. T,
Jones, pastor of the M. K church. The
Lilclu, who Is a petite blondo, looked
cxtiemcly pictty In her hand'embrold
eicd redding gown, elaboiatoly trim
med with luce, Her sinter. Miss Gem
ma Wadninu, was tho maldof-honor
nnil looked unusually well In a lingerie
empire gown, Mr, It. II. Trent gave
the brldo nwny, and Ensign Barker or
tho South Dukotn was best man, "The
di awing room, where tho ceremony
took plnco, was tastefully decorated
In whlto, and gieon. Mrs. Wadman
-mother of-the brldelpokf'd handBomo
lu an Indian cmbioldcred gown. After
the wcddln? eorvlco, congratulations
were received. Light refreshments
were served Injcr In the afternoon. All
thb omccrs wore service white tint
fnrnin whlrh ifavu a decided Navv ef
fect. Early In the morning Kather '
Stephens of the Homan Catholic '
church performed a ceremony which '
made tho young couple man and wire,
the Kroom being a devout Homan Cath
olic. In case Mr. Austin gets sub
mailno duty In tho Philippines Mrs
Austin will Join him before Christmas.
Cantata Schroeder Entertains.
The dormnn Cruiser Arcona don
ned Its most attractive garb, and
bade a number of society folk to ac
cept the hospitality of Captain
Schroeder, and his oAccrs on Sunday
uftctnoon October the third. The
decorations were beautiful and most
original. The hosts gave tho "glad
hand" to the guests thus honored,
and were delighted with the hearty
welcome and the hospitality extend
ed them, Among those present were
Governor "and Mrs. Frear, Admiral
Ilarr), U. S N., Captain Rees, U.
S. N., and Mrs. Rees, Captain Fltx-
heibert oft the Riltlsh Cruiser Bed
ford, Acting German Consul Rodiek,
the Italian Consul and Mrs. Bchae
ftr; other guests were Miss 8oimo
f'er, Mr. and Mrs. Oustnv. Schaefer,
Mr. and 'Mr., Schultxe, Mr. and Mrs.
Du Rol, Mr, and Mrs, Von Damtn,
Judge and Mrs. Rrfllou, Mrs. Kopf,
Mr. and Mrs. Hagen's, II. F. Wlch
man, Captain and Mrs-. Iterger,
M,lss Schuppo, Mr. and Mrs. Ousse
feld,, Mr. and Mrs. Constabel, Dr. '
and Mrs, Hoffman, Pastor and Mrs. '
Felmy, Mr. and Mrs, Qtade, Miss
Pqty and Mr. and Mrs. Weight.
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Officer' Dinner at .Young.
' A very beautiful dinner, was given
Monday evening In honor' of Mr, aud
Mrs. Joseph Eliot Austin by Mr. Aus
tin's brother, .Officers of the U. S. S.
South Dakota,. The dinner was given
Ip 'the priato dining room of tho
Young Hotel. The table decorations
were masses of red and white carna-
tlons, with hand painted place cards
The health waa drunk to the brldo and
bridegroom and many 'toasts were
made. Ono of the cleverest toasts was
( macie by Ensign McClure, .and ''the
j toast ghen n,Mrs. -Austin by Ensign.
i Murray Wan' iuuch- enjoyed. Those
1 pi esent were Mr.- and Mrs. 'Austin
lMlfls Bara Lucas, Miss Alice Cooper,
j Miss' R. Catto'n; Miss Comma Wad-
1 man, Mlsg Lee;Mlss Genevieve Lang-
ton, Miss Hattle Lucas; Miss C. Lucas,
Mirs Belle McCdrrluton, Miss Ella
j Wight, Ensigns Austin. Murray, Bar
ker, McClure, Clement, Van Hook,
Chapllne, Dtckman, Cogswell, Condlt,,
i Cox and Grieg,
A Pleasant Outing for pie Officers
g'nd the Hen of the German Cruiser,
Saturday afternoon October the
second, the German residents of this
community gave a most delightful
entertainment In the form of a pic-
nlc for the officers, -und men of the
Cruiser Arcona, At two o'clock,
fully throe hundred people started
for the Peninsula. Upon the arrival
of the guests lit Pearl Harbor dell
clous refreshments were served. Af
ter this most satisfactory repast, the
cruiser's band, and an Hawaiian Or
chestra furnished music, for the par
ty to Indulge ,ln the' amusement so
dear to the Oerman the dance,
Captain Schroeder and Mrs. Bchultse
led the grand march, A most feli
citous afternodn which was fully ap
preciated by our friends from the
Fatherland will not be forgotten
Mist Dorothy Wood's Luncheon.
A bevy of young girla enjoyed tho
hospitality or Miss Dorothy Wood, at
a luncheon given at her ' homo on
Thurston avenue. Tho entertainment
was given, In "honor of Miss Alice He
ilemann, whoso engagement has boen
recently announced to Mr. Harold Cas
tle, There were two tables decorated
In white and green. Tho' placo carIs
had' the Hawaiian coat of arms em
bossed, and were tied with ylilte and
greon ribbon. Among thoso present
wcio the Misses Wpod Alice H,ede
maun, Moshir, Hutch, Ollmnn Mnrle
Baltentyro, McClellan, Beatrice Cas
tle, Rose McClellan, Alice Cooper, Har
riet Young Alice Spalding, Miss Tan
ner, Mrs, Edward Watson Miss Ipii i
n.allentyno, Mrs. Alfred Castle, Mrs.
Sam Baldwin, and othors.
Admiral Barry's Luncheon.
Admiral Carry entertained Sunday,
at luncheon on board tho U, S, S, West
Virginia, Hoses were used profusely
" Ue table. Amoug tho Admiral's
$4 Ladies' Shoes
ladles' Vici Xid,
Blucher Lace, in Hand
Turned or Welt Soles.
JJstarting Saturday, the 9th, at
L. B. Kerr fe Co., Ltd.,
111 1" Bk
$4 Ladies' Oxfords
ratent Xid Hand
Turned Oxford, Wood,
.Cuban. or French Heels
$5 Ladies' Oxfords
Fine light doll Kid
Oxford. Medium high
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guests wero Admiral and Mrs. Sobrco,
Captain and Mrs. Coi-Wlft'riees, Gov
ernor and Mrs. Waller Frear and Gen
eral and Mrs.vMcClellan. '
Mrs. Wsterhoun Swimming Party.
Mrs. Wnterhoui'o gavu a swimming
party and chowder Baturdny ovenlm;
at her home on the Peninsula, most of
the young people motored, tho road
being In excellent" Khupc. Among
those present weru Miss Nora Stur
geon, Miss Wadman, Miss Eunice
Pratt, Miss Sara Lucas, . Miss aenc
eye IjiiiKlon. .Messi's. (Krnhk Wnrren
George Warren I.arren, Guilford wnit
ncy, II. Dow pelt and James Page.
Palolo Surprlie Party.
A moat ilollnhtrul rn.-ptli-o Tarty
wbb given to Mr" Thus, llojij Mit Hit
urday ovenlm; ut her home In I'aloln
valley. Mrs, Dojil Jiad just returned
from a knpthy lslt.to the Coatt and
her many friends took this pleasant
Way of welcoming her buck. Tho open
ing was paused with pedro and whist
playing, danclitg nnd vocal selections.
Among those In tho surprising party
,wero: Mr. and Mrs., Schocnlng, Mr.
and Mrs. Merrill, Mr, and Mrs. Hide
out. Mr. and Mrs. Patten, Mr. and Mrs
Foster, Mr. nnd Mrs. Onclston, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Gchrlng Mr. and Mrs. Bruns,
Mrs. Smith, mYs. Kudway, Miss Had
way, Itoy Patten, Thos Boyd.
Hiss Harriet Hatch's Luncheon.
Miss Dorothy Wood, Miss irmu
Ballentyne, Miss Marie Baltcntyne,
Miss Cordelia Oilman, Miss Beatilce
ifolsworth, Miss Alice Hcdeman,
Miss Beatrice Castle. Miss Dorothy
Moshcr, Miss Vera Damon, Miss Vio
let Damon were bidden to a beauti
fully appointed luncheon given by
Miss Hatch, Friday at her home at
Walklkl. The table was 'decorated
handsomely In hot house (lowers,
and unlquo placo icttrds were used.
Tlils bevy of joung girls, who con
sist mostly of this year's debuntan-tes,-nre
noted for their wit nnd viva
piousness; 'a pjeasant afternoon was
ient unci the fair guests wero loth
tp make their adieus, when the hour
far parting arrived.
Cleutenant Holmes Entir'l.
Lieutenant llalbtoti S. Holmes, Hag
lieutenant and uldo to Admiral Be
brer, was host fit an enjoyable pic
nfcjjSunduy, at Wallelo,' .Kullhl Vol
ey,i ,Tliepaity piotojed to this beau
tlful spot, 'on arrlvul'o, sumptuout
Greatest Of All
We are putting out in this sale
about $5000 worth of High Grade
Shoes at Tremendous Reduc
tions, as we have a large ship
ment due very soon, and we
have to -make room for them.
This Sale includes such cele
brated makes as SOROSIS and
WALK-OVERS. No better
Shoes in the world for the money.
Sorosis Canvas Oxfords and
In most all colors,
$4 and $5-grade, at
luncheon was served, to which full
Justice was done, Lieutenant-Commander
and Mrs. L. 11. Sargent chap
eroned tho party. Thoso present
were Miss Rose McClellan, Miss Kel
ly of Norfolk, Vn Miss Harriet
Hatch, Miss Josephine McClellan,
Lieutenant Holmes, Lieutenant G. II.
Landcnberger, Lieutenant Fiederlck
McMillan and Ensign It. W. Cnbu
Mr. Farrar's 8wlmmlng Party.
Monday evening, Mr. Victor, Fnrrnr
was host at an vnJoablc swlmmlir;
pa.rty, given in honor of his cousin.
MiSH Caroline llhcn. who Is vUltln;;
Mrs. Holloway. Thu swimming pool
at tho Plcasantoii was artistlcully dec
orated with Chinese lanterns, after nil
enjoyable Hwlm, supper was served In
tho private dining room of the Pleis
nnton. Among those present wero Mr
and Mrs. Gustav Schaefer, Miss llh
ns, Miss Stepheus, Miss Ethel Spsld
Ing, Miss (icnevlovo Langtou, Miss,
Cnlllu Lucas, Miss Allco Spalding
Met.srs. G, Brown, Guy Mncfmlnnc
Herbert Dow sett, Farrar, Kendal, 1 1 ar
ty Cobb and Lieutenant IjjwIs.
Mr. and Mrs. Oillinghams Dinner.
Monduy evening, Mr, and Mrs.
llonjamln V. Dillingham entertained
delightfully nt dinner, at their home
at Punahnu, Yellow was chosen as
tho color scheme, tho ever graceful
golden shower proving on effective
decoration. Those gathered around
tho hospital table of tho host and
hostess were Doctor nnd Mrs. Charles
llrjnnt Cooper, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M.
Hatch, Miss Jessie Kaufman, Mrs,
Alexander Campbell, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ernest Mott-Smlth. Mr, .Waller Dil
lingham nnd Mr. Harold Dillingham.
Mrs, Swanzy Entertains.
Saturday evening, Mis. 1'iancls M.
Swanzy entertained at dinner nt her
Colonial homo In Munoa Valley, most
of tho guests wero Navy folk. Tho
tabo was artistically dime In lolets.
bunches of these .fragrant flowers
iwiiii ina name raid attncliPd. was
found at each plnco. After dinner
tbo gamo of Bridge was Indulged In,
tlio'o pusvnt woio Mrs, i-uinum
S'vnnzv, Mrs, Maty (limn, Ensign
land Mia, Glnssfnrd, Miss Marlon
I Boo t Miss Nina AdamH,,:Lle;it,.Com-
mahiier N. A. McCu'ljy; pf Jj'. 8, S.
California, Lieut, Leah), U, B, B.
Tcnuobsco aud Mr. Kenneth Winter,
Mrs. F. A, Schiefcr's Luncheon.
MrH. I. A. Schaefer entertained at
Kotchank, Wednesday, In honor or
Mrs. Frant Gay of Kami, nn I Mrs.
Charles Llstun of llorkclu), Cal. Tho
table wax decorated In lliuilng oMiilun,
painted place cards with n do'lga of
tho salno llower wtro extremely pictty.
IMteen guestB woro pii,vnt, tliu nv
mulnder of the aftrnoon was dutoled
Mrs. W. O, Emlth's Luncheon.
Mrs. W. O. Smith entertained n par
ty of twclvo Thursda ut luncheon nt
hur Nuuanii homo, Tho table was ex
trumel pretty in cut fUnuHs and maid
I'll 1 1 mooii this last week, was suf
ficient Inducement for the locrs of
horseback riding, to take udwiiitiige
of tlip slhery ras of ilio moon; snv
ci ul liupromptii puitlcs nuno tue
less enJonble because they wero a
happy .thought of the moment en
jcijcil this delightful pastime, as on
ly good rldeis tun, and the Iiob ami
girls of the Island are accomplished
In this art, Baturday evening n party
of twenty four, visited Wallelo, tho
artistic homo of Mr. Allan Herbert
In Kallhl Valley, Tho party left
town a little before ilo o'clock, ar
riving at this protty mountain home
In tlmo for n plunge In tho fresh
water pool, utter nn enjojablo swim,
full Justice was done to thu repast
Sonny Cunhn furnished the music
for dancing, this pleasant pastluio
wns Indulged In until a late hour,
tho jouiiB people icturnlng to Ho
nnlulu by moonlight. Tlioie present
wore Mr, and Mrs, Chester Lhtng
Mtone, Mis. C. Iloedobeld, Mrs. Eliza
both Church, Miss Ethel Spalding,
Miss QiiutL of Maul, Mlsa IllaPcli'i
Sopcr, Miss Uaniilo Cattun, MIhs Ni
na Cinlg, Miss Helen Quaiiels, Miss
Alice Cooper, Lieutenant Kogeis, 11.
S. A. Dr. Angwlii V, S. N I lu"
tenant Clement of the U. 8, B.
South Dakota, Ensign Bradford, U.
S. S. Tetincstoe, Lieutenant Irvine,
U. 8. 8. California, Mr. Hjcroft.
Ensign Oldendoif, U. 3. 3. Cnllfor-
nlu Lieutenant llnrchlleld, It 3. M.
C , Mr. Jack Young, Lieutenant
Ciimmnudei Jaikwin, U, S, S. South
Dakota, Doctor Aboken, U, 8. S.
West Vlri-lnln nnil (itliprs
."-t j v. ,i j
Mr. .Percy Cleghorn, Is entertaln -
$4 nnd $5 Men's
Men's Patent Colt
Kid lace mid Button
Slices, in good, wide
$4 and $5 Men's
Men's Pat. Kid Lace
and Button Shoes, on
the new Drop Too Mil
$4 Men's Oxfords
In Patent Leathers,
Tan, Russia Calf and
Ing Informally this nhemoon, nt tea
In honor of Miss Until Tanner of
Washington, D C, Mits Tanner 'and
her mother lime been guests of the
Moann lintel for tho past two
months, during their slay, they me
been cxtt-imhrly en tei tallied. Mrs..
Tanner was tho wife of the Jain
Uiptnln Tunner of the II. H. Naw
and visited Honolulu twenty ears
ago, when her husband was In com
miinit of one of tho largo Bhlps In
these waters; Mrs. Tanner Is nolo I
for her charm of manner nnd tactful
ways, her daughter. Until Is one of
this jear's debutante, having mndo
her bow to society last winter In
Wnth'lngtnn. D. C, Miss Tnnner li
tnll nnd slender of the athletic type,
being nn expert hw limner nnd nn nc
ninipllhhed roiiestrhn. Mrs. Tnnner
nnd her dniighter leae Monday, on
tho Mongolia for nn Indefinite trip
around tho world.
Society hero notes with Interc3t
tlioullentlon which Is being bestow
ed on tho l'rlnipss Kuwannnakot,
thcjolluvstng appearing In the C. I.
Tho Pilntcss Knwanannkoa of JIo
nolulii, wile of the lao Prlnro David
of the Inst reigning family of the
Hawaiian Islands, is being cordially
welcomed by her frlenls hero, mid
during her ttay nt the l'lilrmont a
number of toclnl affairs hae been
planned for her. In New York and
Washingtqn, and In the capitals of
Buropo, thb Prlncoss I always mado
much of In n Boclal Wfly, and at her
villa Ip Honolulu sliohas acted the
pirt of gracious hostess to distinguished-foreigners
on frequent occa
sions. She will remain here a short
tlmo before continuing her Journey
to Lqn Angulcs,
The following Is a clipping fiom
the Sun Fif,it"lsiuf Chronicle:
The Incoming steamer from Hono
lulu, which Is expected to arrive to
day, ;IJI,hae Mrs. Harold Dilling
ham jtmoiig Itn paSfcngers. A tor
dlul weltnmo will 'bo glen the re
turning San 1'rniiLltco belle, who
bcfoiev her innnlage was Miss Mar
guc'rllo irjde-Smltli She will visit
her mother nnd her sister, Mrs.
Baldwin Wood, before icturnlng to
her Island home.
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