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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 27, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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C$fo ci tp rV
Tlit most liiiMiit,ini anil lirllllnnt ..'
lnlr uf tlio week w.ih the n-ivmiin)
which ttiiii kt-il tin- nuptials of .Miss
Violet Hopper Damon to Dr. Frank
I.iiuiencc I'utiiuin, on Tm-Mluy oven
lug, tliu twenty-third of November, nt
Central I'nlon rhmcli. The decora
tlons who not only nnln,iu hut mag
nlfitcnt. suggesting an Oi lentul gar
den. The altar wan bunked with
bpihos or tln lf-lo vine, inlnpalul.
feathery bamboo, fan palms ami the
lowerlnKPyc.nl palms; Ihe iIichiuIIoih
wero bo cleverly arranged that tlio
Kaidcu looked most natural. Lighted
I an i lanterns, covered with niallo anil
whllo aiders, wore placed III this ex
iIkIIo glen, while silvered hamlioo
li'lici'il tiin garden; placed at tlio fo-;
of the left aisle, tnrll. or Japanese
gutcs, composed of a fretwork or bini'
lioo anil covered with white tl.rysar
lliciiiuius mill snilkix, w-ero arranged.
The top put lion of this g.lto-way was
ihtlicty of Kreeii. while the HW'lnglU3
gate was ime muss of feathery while
cliiysaiitlieniuiiis. At tlio fiet of (he
l alsln, a duplicate Kate wan ptaccil,
with the evopllon of the copi ulieine
Till Kate mm ilecoiateil In ilellc.it
link chrjsuiitheinnnis niul i.inllax.
I'lomplly at 8 o'clock two lltllj tluvver
gills, anil two little panes, Heather
Damon. Hume Damon, Ileney Damon
(mil lJeriianl Damon, cousins of the
lirhle, came down the center main, sop
niateil at the foot-of the Jnpanoso gar
den, two go.ing to the light nuil two
to the left to swing open tl.u tut II
Baton for tho Inliln and lior ti't-'inlnntp
to enter the garden. To lliu awect
(trains of Mendelssohn', wedding
inaicli, these pi i-t ty liri.desur.ildN a.l
jtauQul, tho color bcheino throimhou.
the, ilecoiutl'iiiH were white anil green.
Tills hevy of gills were clail In sen
foam green mesRallno satin, tiimmcil
wln tubular lords of gieen satin, fiot'i
which crystal pemlants hung, causing
a dazzling offect. Tho lirhle showed
great Judgment In selecting her maids
for the Misses Alice lledemaun, Norn
fc'IniKi'OH. Klsa Schaefor Alice Hoth
Kmlly Hire and Leila Parlous are nol
ed for their beauty and Brace of man
ner. These yntiiiB girls cirrled show
er bouquets of inaldenlialr, ciuitlit hero
mid there with while satin ilbliou. Miss
Vera Damon, the sister of the bride
who acted iim Ihe maid of honor, wa
n dream of beauty In her frock ol
Kay Kreeii putln; the eoisago was of
silver Inen. with llowlnu Bleoves of the
iroiu-e satin, einuioideiMl in sller
with the new puffed tunic effect These
oiiiik ladles can led shower hoiupieti
of white iolets and maidenhair. 'I'll
In hie. leaning on the arm of her fath
er, looked ovtcptionally prettj la hei
leal laee rob? oer white satin which
was the peisonitle-ulon of beauty ami
ilaiu'lmeis. The Inhle's bonniict was
of whltu nri'liiiN. The Hev. DoieiuiH
seudiler iiiifoimeil Ihe umiiIiko cero
iu(iii) which united the )oiiiik couiile
in inarrlaKe. At tho altar Ihe bride
was met by her 'future bii'baud. who
was supported by his best man, Hon.
Charles ltlco of Kaiul, Alter the
idiort ceremony, the In hie nnd xronm,
followed by their ntlenilants, passed
out or the church to the Kay stialns
of Lohengrin's WeddliiK Maieli. niul
uiotoied lo Moanalua. the homo of tho
bride, where 'n reeeitlon was held to
Intimate friends. The Damon homp
was beaiillfull) decorated for the occa
sion. The beautiful diawliiK-iooni,!
whero the recaption was held, was dec-
ornted In whlto and Kieen. The house,
tepiebented a Oreek collonade; tho
Pillars weio viapi.ed Willi llowers ainl
hail the appca.'anco of marble, In
Iront of llilu ro!ton.i.lp. thf. hrl.l.t nn,i
Kioom icceltoil the const at'llailons of
llielr frlinda. Tho ushers, .Messrs.
Hniold Castle. Dr. lledemaim, Jack
AlcKlnnon, Sherwood l.owrey nsvl
C!i?orKo Iliown. ronducted the KUObts
to the yumiB jieople, whero they ev
I ressed their koo.1 wishes. The decor
ations at this beautiful home were s?
elaboiato that they are hard toe ties
crlbe. Tho diawliiK-toom was convert
ed Into a bower of given; most or tin,
palms used In ilecoialhiK were from
tho conservatories of Mr. Samuel Dum
on, th uncle of tho bride. Largo h:i:i.
IliK baskets wv,o susienileil finpi llu
ccllliii;, while lirltlo's roses v.eio used
lavishly as n decoration. Tents weie
scattered over the beautiful grounds of
tho Damons, whoro dainty refreth
nicnts weio served. Tho bride's table
was very beautiful bent; decorated n
'whlto and green. Only the bjllal par
ty wcro seated nt this table: In the
center reposed tho bildo's cake, which
wan ornamented In white IoIets and
inaldenlialr, whllo crjnlslfo placo cards
of cuplds deslgnafcd tho places-of the
guests. Dm lug tho ovenlng n Hu.wnll
an ijulnlet club played. The wmldln
liresonts of Ibis populsir young couple
vero on n nuKUlllccnt t,cate. Ihe tablei
on which tho pieienti weio illsplujuil
lolng ladon with cut glass, silver of
.esenled. Mrs. C. Ilolloway, who Is n
Inn n artist, had charge uf the decora
Thankcglvhig Day Wedding.
The marriage of Miss Janet II
Ilrooker to Mr. Vaughan MacCnughey
was soleinulzed by Hevcreud 1111ns of
St. Audiow's Cathedral on the after
noon of Thanksgiving Day at the resl
ilence of .Mr. and Mis. W. 0, Furor at
.Manila Valley. Ihe looms weio tai.le
fully decorated with graceful follago
und led blossom. Tho wedding
uinich was played by Mrs. Furor.
bride niul groom were dressed in white.
the bride carrying a beautiful shower
bouquet of while loses nnd inalden
lialr ferns. Mr. Kdgar Wood, acting
In tlio stead of her rather, gave nwuy
the bride, lutlmato friends compiised
the Invited guests. Refreshments weio
burved, nflcr" which the collide depart
ed to Wahlavva ror n brier sojourn.
Upon their return Ihey will reside at
"CIIIThiiveii," I'acllic Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tenney's Din
Mr. anil Mrs. Teimey were the host
I'lid lioslejs . at ii most enjoyable
TlinnUgivIng Dinner, for twenty
KiicstB. The (letorntloiiK were most
liovel, the table was decorated In
uiitiiuin leaves, nt each end of the
tiiblo rested n horn of plenty, which
vvaS covered with lulle und ribbon.
One was entlicly In ie( and the oth
er .vellow, vyllli giacerul spiays of
fruit, ilovvlne from the sides, giv
ing an iiitlntlc offect. Over the ren
ter of the tnble was suspeiuleil n
superb basket of maiden hnlr, veil
ed In tulle, tho many coloied mi
liiinn leaves in their vailgalCil
Eliadex. combined with the kIow from
the red landli's, adoineil 111 led silk
Bhailes iiioduced u beautiful effect,
that will long linger In tho memory
of the guilts. After dinner tho en
tile lui ly motoicd to the Moann Ho
tel, mid participated in the dancing,
nt that popular cnrlvaiisury. Those
piesent weie: Mr. and Mrs. Kilwaiil
Tliu Tonne , Mr. and Mrs. Illlllscn, Mr.
rrrv,-?ifm,vtri--Y rmi Yittfymm
same, with u sklit fai-hloiied on li .j'-vi'iy dcfcrlptlon llohemlan wain mid
ime cnina. wuicn wilt iieeonie lliu
inline homo or tli Ih (harming couplo.
Over five hluulied guests vmic Invited
led rutin n French model, dliecl fioui '" lllH church. Many beautirul toilettes.
Fails.' ItvwiH'u lobojlori:Bfyfn'cUui'J..w.Vlu ""I" nuityiciciy, ya won iep-
lines of tho now tunic effect. Miss
liealllce Castle, who served as tlce sec
ond maid of honor, v.'ciie i lincli eo
Chickering Pianos Possess
Rare Tonal Power
TrHE fact cf greatest interest to tne
piano purchaser is that the tone
of the Checkering is the nearest to
ihe ideal that it is possible to reach; its
1'onc is the one that other makers have
found it impossihle to duplicate. In buy
ing a Chickerinrj Piano you secure the
test it 13 possible to purchase.
Nc have Chickcrings in all the differ
ent sizes and styles of case, and are
always glad to show you our fine stock.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for Hawaii
Tnn..a HHHa.... t- rttt.l Uf.. 1l,.ll.
...M1V.UO I'llllOVll, ..II. Ullll ,1111). IVUU-
ert Atklufon, Mrs. Julia Macfarlnnc,
Doctor Herbert, Miss Wllheltnllin
'I'l'iinev. Mi-u M IV Tnnnev. Miss
Violet McKee, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ilol
loway, Miss Carolina 111 own and .Mr.
For Young Hawaiians.
Wiilluku, Maul, Nov. 26. Miss
Lucy I'eabody, Mcsdamcs Ilcnrliiue,
Webb ami Fieeman are In Wiilluku
this week, having arilvcd from Ha
waii by the Manna Loa. They are
hero to organize tho women's branch
of the Kamchnmelia Lodge, known
us Kaahiinniini Soeletv. tvbnsn ob
ject Is said to be, (he salvation or
tlio new geiieiiitlon of llavvailun
girls. It Is understood Hint these i
Itnllnu r,,n 1. ..Iiuica.. in n..ll h.... I
the women or Walhce, who liuve
heard or the most worthy objects or
Hid society. Mis. V. II. Daniels
gave u luncheon in honor or tho vis-
Itoiu nt her YYnlluku homo this noon,
niul a very pleasant reunion It wan.
Miss I'eabody is a descendant or
(liiniier JJ.ivls. who assisted (luiiner
Young under Kumehmncha tho
(Ireat nt Ihe lao buttle culled I'anl-
Wlll, and It is a fact vvortliv of mile
that ufler n century, n (lestcodant or
one who 'assisted Kainehnmebn I-
subduing Maul warriors should be
me nisi lo tome to tinlto tho women
ttlll closer with fialernnl ties Hiul
lone shall sever.'
Miss Wight's House Party.
Miss Kiln Wight vvnB hostess nt
n delightful house nartv nt Mm
Canle Uoblnson, nt tho I'enlnsula.
The nrfalr was given In, honor or
Mrs. Aiihtln neo .Miss Wadman. The
party spent a portion or Sntimi.ir n,i
nil or Sunday In this rlnllt-litf.,1 ,,,!
Saturday evening, tho bachelors,
who are rcslillng next door, gavo an
enjoynblu launch patty In the youns
ladles honor. Sunday, u number ot
irlends motored noni town, and par
took of Miss Wight's hospitality nt
n Iluffet luncheon, which was beau
tifully Berved. The home party wiu
given In honor of .Mrs. Austin. Among
thosu present weio; Miss Kilo. Wight
Mrs. Austin, Miss Wadman, Miss
Hnttle Lucas, Miss Sara Lucas, Miss
llelle MeCorrlston Jllsg Ooneviere
Lnngton and Miss Itonnlo Cntton.
Mrs. Robertson at Wailuku.
Wiilluku, Maul. Nov. 20. Mrs.
Jiib. it. UoUcrtson of Ilonnlulu has
oeen spending H fow weeks with
nor ilausliter. Mrs. Win. Clillllngs
vvorth nt Knrulul, and leturued to
iiuiiuimu last Monday evening per
Miuinn Loa. a picnic was given In
ner nonor nt Ino Volley by hor
jui B irienus both In Knhulul nnd
.."iiiiiui. ami auimt twenty young
linlies and ceiitlniiinn c,,.i .,.
vulley Inst Sunday In honor 0f the
..as,on. a light nch was served
at Kapanlwnl. the Maul Hotel An
nex, after wlleli the paity relumed
lo town Into In tho afternoon, ull
Io."lailiiK Unit thoy had a most en
oyiiblo day among the evergreens
nnil in tho iiiiio, iinaUulterated wn
tors of iim btieam,
Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Abies' Dinner.
Mr. n.,,1 .Mrs. L. C. Abies ava a
very protly Thanksgiving dinner; tho
tnblo decoiallons were yellow chry
WMtliemiinw. vvllh. placo cards to
lch. Candelabrn with yellow
or"! es !"',"rl B,C"tly l0 t,le m'ty
of the tnblo. After dinner, an ,.
Iironiptn musical piograiu was ion
'lored, ,nost .oifio BUDat llU
liresont weie inuslcnl and took part ' Miss Helen Qunrles, Miss Oeorglo
In the cnlertulnlnK. Among those Smith of Seattle, Mrs. Kllzabotli
present weie: Mr. und Mis. 1,. C. .Church ami others.
Abies, Mr. und Mrs. Henry Wil
liams. Miss Irene Fisher, Mr. Fisher,
Mr. Kenneth Abies, Mr. Charles Os
borne und Mr. Wlllnrd Abies.
Mrs, Hello Jones entertained lues-
Captain I'lilllp Andrews lias been
appointed aide to the Secretary ot
the Navy. Captain Andtews married
Miss Clara Filllcr, daughter of Mrs.
Andrew Fuller, who was one' of the
belles of Honolulu. TIiIr new post-
day In honor or Mrs. Laura Wight Hon that the gallant Cnptnln has
who will soon sail ror a trip nrounil lcen appointed to, Is one of great
tho world, in company with her promliienco and Importunes. Captain
(InuKhter, Miss Ullu. Thlsnfrulr was Andiows visited hero Inst year with
u Chinese luncheon, tho tabic was the Atlantic Fleet; his charming
artistically decorated In red rarna- iro upending wvernl months in llono
tlons and niulilen hnlr, with Chinese lulu, the guest or her mother while
place cards. The luncheon was berv- her husband was taking the tone of
ed In true Chinese stjlc, nnd full
Justice was done to the delicious vl
nnils.V After luncheon, the icmnln
iler of the uf lei noon was devoted to
llrldge. Among those present were:
Mrs. Holle Jones, Mrs. Ficilorlck
the win Id; both Captain nnd Mrs,
Andrews are devoted to Honolulu;
This popular young couple will icsldo
In Wnshlnglon, I). C.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shingle en-
Kicbahn, Mis. Charles Wilder, Miss tertulnei delightful at the l'carl
Margaret Walker and Miss Agnes Harbor home, .last Suiiduln honor
Walker. " Air. and .Mrs. iicnticy oi Kan
it I Francisco. "Tlio paity motored to this
Mr nTi.l'Mr. n..,.i'. ti:,. .cnariiiiiiB spot, on tnoir nrrivui nn
..- - .-v. :. p..-
Mr. and Mis. C. W. Case Ucerlng
gave n very beautifully appointed
dinner Thanksgiving Day. Most or
the decorations had been purrhascd
In the East, with tlio Idea to carry
out tho splilt ot tills holiday. Many
beautirul gowns were worn on tills
occasion, and many handsome wo
men' worn present. Some o tlio
guests who enjoyed the' hospitality
of tho host nnd hostess were: Major
and Mrs. Wudliums of Fort Shnrtcr,
Cnptiiln and Mrs. Low, U, S. M. C,
Mrs. Alexander 0. Hnwes Jr., Mr.
nnd Mrs. Clifford Kimball, Mr. and
Mrs. Ulce of Kauai, Captain Falls,
Mr. Jack McKlnnon, Mr, Charles
Pond McAvoy und Mr. David Ander
son. Mr. and Mrs. Klamp's Dinner.
Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs.
Fredorlck Klamp entertnlnud In hon
or of n coterie of friends, at their
charming homo on Thurston Avcniio.
The color scheme for tlio tnble was
whlto und ei evil, and covers were laid
ror fourteen, nrtor dinner the even
ing was devoted to llildge. Thoso
present were: Mr. and Mr. Frederick
Klamp, Mr. und Mrs. llralnard Smith
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Wilder, Doc
tor und Mrs. Lane, U. S. N., Miss
Jessie Kaufman, Miss Alice Hcde
ninn, Miss Dorothy Moshor, Doctor
Ilcdeninn, Mr. Harold Castle, Mr.
Walter Dillingham und Doctor Hod
gins. Mr. and Mrs. lewis' Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Lewis enter
tained a number of friends at u
Thanksgiving Dinner. Tlio tnblo wus
artistically arranged in Ironical
jfrults nnd lloweis, whllo tho plncol
luiuo iyl-io iiuiiiuiuiu luriieys. Among
tnose piesent were: Mr, nnd Mrs.
'Harry Lewis, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mc-
I (rilHnti Mtu.. Axilla ,-, - ..
-. ..,,, ...,t,a ntnitu jiiiiiussou anil
Mr, Fied Lewis.
Tho Italian Officers of tho Cruiser
Calabria entertained Thuisday artor
noon at a small Tea, which was giv
en in honor or a bovy or pretty girls.
Ten was Borvcd In the Wardroom,
which was decorated In red carnn.
I tlons, a'rter Tea each fair guests wus
i presented with a cup ribbon, and
1 (lowers as a souvenir. Among thoso
j present weio: Mr. und Mrs. Smith
of Seattle, Wnshlnglon, Miss. Madgo
McCundless, Miss Hough of Stock
ton, Cal Miss Marguorllo Creo,
duughter of Major Creo, II. 3 A..
appetizing luncheon wad berved; ut
ter luncheon u plunge was taken In
tho fresh wuter pool. Tho party
motoicd back to town In time tor
dinner. Among those present were:
Mr. und Mrs. Robert Shingle, Mr.
mid Mrs. Ilcntley, Judge nnd Mir.
Arthur Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Iluiry
Lewis and Mr. Fred Lewis.
Mr. mid Mis. .Hageua have, taken
up their permanent residence at
their country home, nt l'carl Ilur
bor. This couplo, who me so hospi
tably Inclined, have been giving 11
herlcs of houso parties; owing lo
their close proximity to town, their
friends can motor out In about huir
nn hour. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.
Hngens hail us their hoube guests,
Vaymuster nnd Jlrs. Hurubergcr,
Miss Violet McKee, Mr. und Mis.
Juines Doughcity mid Mr. Will Me
Inertly. Civil Knglncer and Mrs. Pmks en
toi tallied at dinner Thursday evening
In honor ot their fi lends. Mr. and Mrs.
Mooro und llielr nieces, Miss Monro
mid Miss Churiiur, who urn reluming
lo their homo In Now Jersey from 11
trip mound the world. Their guests
weio: Mr, and Mis. Mooio, Major
Ray, U. S. A., and Mrs. Ray, Miss
Moore. Miss Smith or Seattle, Mlsa
Rose McClellan, Miss Frcar, Mr. Fred
cilc McClellan, Aslstant Civil Kug.
r.eer Hurrcll, U. S. N iH,
' - '"'
Mrs. Urnest Wnterhouso will movo
to hor Valley homo tho first ot tho
month, Mrs. Waterhopse has been
spending tho month of Novcnibor ut
Ex-Governor Cleghorn's beach home,
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
P)R. I FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
'5S SV BnpTi Tan. rin.jtJ,
JUb, ttnj bkln lM(fftrii
)i(oojl tli trie
f mi t riirt. Htm
) to luniiktvi wn
tulelttt teiurt I
Ii projifMy na.lai
Acctpi ng comae
Irlt bf flibliii
name, Dr. L. A.
DHJT9 thlil tO
lair cf tin liuV
tun (a tVlrnti;
"Ai rem U4U
will uw th.-a.
(iournuil'a r,rnl' Iht Iwl liinuful 1 1 !! ilia
kin prjf mloin." or hi; br ill ilnutfm nd I katy
Qoodi Ueilera In iba Unlivil Sttt, Ctii4d and i.uroi4
tfiO.T.HOPUK'i.frj 37Ei:il J.net Slittl.llwTir.
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