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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. ,T. II, SATURDAY, DUC. 11, 1909.
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A pretty wedding waa solemnized
last evening at 8 o'clock nt the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Morrllec. 131
R Highland nvo when Mrs. Menllces'
brother, Thcodoro Short, and Miss Au
gusta Mcngler, formerly of Honolulu
now of Hollands, were united in mar-
rlage, He v. Charles r, nialsdclt, rtctor'
of Trinity Episcopal church officiating
In tho presence of nbout fifty relatives
nnd friends; sas the Hedlands (Cnl )
Dally Facts of Nov. 24.
Promptly at 8 o'clock the strains of
tho Mendelssohn Wedding March an
nounced flie'npproach of the bridal
party, which Included beside the bride
and groom, Charles A. Hlston, who
gavo tho brldo away; the maid of hon
or. Miss riora Merrllces n nelco of tho
groom, and M. Q. ling?, the best mnn.
Tho party slowly descended the stairs
and took their places In tho canopied
alcove of tho living room whero they
wero met by Itev. Mr. Ulnlsdell. who
used tho ring ceremony. Tho bride
was charmingly gowned In whlto
bwIss, garnlturcd with dellcito lace.
She carried a beautiful bouquet of
bride roses nnd ferns bound together
with white satin ribbon. Trom a coro-
net of orango blossoms fell n long cll
-of tullo which completely envelope!
her figure. Tho mnld of honor wns a
charming plcturo In plnV. stcn silk,
, J I WV air
She carried a shower bouquet of I.a
Vrnnnn ni,.o nn i ivdl itrnniir IiIuh.
Mima In hpr linlr via n nlnk Mint
ending In n pink rosebud.
Following tbo ceremony the oung
people were showered with congratu
lations and cordial good wishes and
later the entire party sat down to n
wedding sutMier. At the bride's tublo
wcie the bride and groom, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Hlston, Mr. and Mrs. E. 8.
Short, Miss Flora Merrllees and M. J.1
Itugg. The other guests wero seated
nt smnll tables scattered throughout
tho house. A feature of tho splendid
supper was tho delicious coffco
brought from Honolulu by the bride
when she returned a few weeks ago.
I.ate In tho evening tho joung couple
left by automobile for tho (Kenwood
nt Rlvcrsldo. Today they will go to
1-oq Angeles nnd coast points for a
trip. On their return they will reside
nt 131 Cast Hlghtund avenue. Tho
bride's going away gown wns a hand
rome brown tailored null with which
she wore n brown fur hut, brown
g!ocs and brnnzo shoes. Many hand-
some presents were received by this
papular oung, couple,
In honor of this happy event tho
rooms wero profusely decorated In
choice flowers nnd greenery. In tho
leccptinn hall quantities of pink nnd
white clirjH millennium and greenery
that has sold High-Class
Goods for over 20 Years is a
Gosd Place to go when you buy
is the gift fcr Christmas. There is something
personal about it that appeals to everyone.
It has charm and sentiment and will serve
as a reminder of the giver to be treasured
long after styles and fashions have changed.
There is always some one Jewelry store in a city this site that en
joys the advantage of being considered "the best place to go." This is
generally due to a long established reputation for selling high class goods,
and to the confidence of the public.
We believe most people in Honolulu if they had their choice would
prefer to have their gifts come from "WICHMAN'S."
This year as in the past we have given careful attention to the
selection of our large stock of Christmas jewelry.
We will be glad to have you come to us for suggestions:
wo can please you.
. F. Wiehman
& Co., Ltd., ,
Leading Jewelers- '
ttfUtofgHmhafon " wfcc vfv pf .
iMiiiltolk!to&'&lr JJ.'i.iA .iiArft ..fttfew,
almost cQncealed the stair railing
whll,. tiimiiiioin of tlio blossoms wero .
nUn used In the llvlne room, where
I the ceremony wns performed, a can
opy oi puis nun wiuie nuiiuiis rum u
cd from the electrolier to the bow win
dow. Tall date palm branches nnd
Immense Jars of pink nnd white chry
santhemums were also urcd about the
window. The mantle was banked
with fine large chrysanthemums and
festooned with ropes of smllnx. In the
. dining room brilliant red was the ke)-
note of the decorations, the canopy of
red ribbons covering the ceiling of tho
room whllo In tho center of the room
wns a large cluster of deep red car
nations. The bufot was banked with
tho same blosronis, their stately beau
tv and spicy frngrauco being promi
nent fentnrcs of the floral decorations
of the home.
Those witnessing the wedding were:
Mr. und Mrs. B. 8. Short. 8 Wester
Short, Mr. and Mrs. James Short, Syl
via Short, Kiennor 8hort Mrs. i: II.
Hums, Nora Burns. Charles Burn?
Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis, Mrs. Blnnchu
Davis, Stella Davis, Ruth Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Merrllees, Jessie Mer
rllees, Flora Merrllees Margucrlto
Merrllees, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Elston,
Catherine Klston. Allen Hlston. M-.
and Mrs J. 1'age Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil
liam Chase Lay ton Chase, Mr. and
Mrs Waited Cooper, Mrc. U N Un
tcrelner, Clara Untcrcltici, Mr. nnd
.Mrs. F, A. Morgan, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ctnrkson, Mnry Clem, Mist Anna
McLnurln, Hcuhen Mcintosh nnd
At the wharf on Monda morn-'grcillj pnj0jei tl) tioe piesent.
Ing. December the sixth, a number )TIlU cll) ,,,,, B,enl ,icn of ii.
of the representative citizens of Ho- , ,, ,t ,g (13,lncty a 0CaI. Dur.
iiolulu waited for the Chlso Mnru to ,K ,,, moinK Mr8 w. D. Wester
dock. ,nnd to give the glad hnnd to Jt,t Ilnii Mrg, Inrrj 0 it who
the distinguished visitors, who wero ,me Jllg, rcttlrtU(1 frm t,,e i:.ist,
aboard en route to . lap-in. Their time ' kc ,)f ,,, conw,rU they had nt
here wns brief, but In Hie slioit time. ,Pn(IoJi ,,c tnuslclaiiH Hied had nut.
between arriving nnd snlllng n good ',, Ul0 nmll. opportunities thr-t had
many sights were shown. A good'
sized progiam wns carried out, h
special train took them and the re
ceiving purty to Wahlnwn, to view
the pineapple plantations und to Uvva,
where they were Introduced to the
l o, . .uB uB..r
calu, nn,l converting It Into the raw
An automobile trip to tho
pali, nqturluni nnd through the resi
lience portion of the clt. A luncli
wns served quite Intormntl) nt tho
Alexander Young Hotel, In the man
ka pavilion, n long table filled with
edibles that would tempt tho appe
tite of an anchorite, cold duck In
aspic Jelly, turkey garnished with
olives dill pickles, nnd little mounds
of paprlkl which with bunches of
teler) and parsley gave these dishes
u festive air. Jellies and sauces were
in evidence, small bUqult, and sal
ads, took their place, nnd many oth
er toothsome delicacies. Tnc guests
were seated at small tables during
lunch. Among whom were: Mrs
Walter Frear, Mrs. L'rnest Mutt
Smith, Mrs. Cor win 1'. Bees, Mrs.
Gerrlt V. Wilder. Mrs. John Water
house, Mrs. C. Hcdemnn, Mrs. Alon
zo Cartley and Mcsdnine Sheba, Ml
tunnirn, Motosulage Tukukuwn, To
kleda, Soga mid Halda. These Jap
alfcso ludles received tho ladles In
the Commissioner's party In the
drawing 100m of the hotel. All this
was but a brief Insight to Hawaii,
und the social side, but was an en
Joable event notwithstanding cheer
iiiid bauzais, closed this visit when
the steamer bore the dlstlngulsho I
visitors to their home In Japan.
One of tho most elaborate toclal
functions of tho week, so far as tho
Japanese community H concerned, was
given last inursuay-tnignt at tho beau
tiful home t Consul General L'jeno
on Nuuanu street. In honor of Baron
Uchlda, the new Japanese ambassador
to Washington, and his charming wife,
the baroness, who continued their trip
this morning In tho Tcnjo Mnru.
Consul denernl U)cno, whose stvlu'Oustnv Schnefer, Miss Klsa Schaefor,
of entertainment Ib widely known hero.
gave a Japanese dinner In the Inrg."
dining room o'f his rcsldenco for hla
distinguished guests. Tho table wns
urtlstlcally covered with various kinds
cf chosanthemums, tho Jnpinesc ni"
tlonal flower, which Ib dear to tho
heart of nil the Nipponese. Tho drnw
ing room, the waiting room and all tho
large apartments of (ho rcsldenco wero
brllllnntl lighted with electric lights
Tho decorations all over tho residence
though simple, were exceeding!) tnst)
Seated at the tnble, besides the host
wero llaroti Uchlda, the ambassador,
nnd his charming wife, the baroners,
Hlovo Consul Idn, Secretaries Sugui
moto, Ho, Soeda and Kona. Tho dis
tinguished guets of honor expressed
their great satisfaction fo- having
been diner In n tiuo Japanese stjle.
Aflei tlio dinner tho llaron and Ilaron
ess granted an Interview to tlio repre
sentatives of tho local press, who, by
prearrangemeut, has been permitted
by the distinguished guests, through
Consul General Uyeno. Shortly after
waids Mr, and Mrs, M, Tokleda and
Mr. and Mrs. Tnkakuwa arrived. Tho
editors of tho Japaueso newspapers
were also present and had a long Inter
view with the distinguished guests.
Last night the Consul General give
another dinner for tlio Ambasstdot
and Daroncss Uchlda. Included In the
Invited guests wero Mr. Tokledu and
Dr. I. Katsukl, who returned on the
Tenjo Maru from Japan.
The German Cruiser Arcona sailed
Thursday, December the ninth for
Yokohama. It Is u mutter of regret
that tho stop of the cruiser on the
return from San I innclsco, was of
such short durutlon, but as many
entertainments in honor of tho cap
tain and officers wero given as It
was possible ill tho short stay made
here. Among tho dinners where
they wero guestB of honor, one given
by Mr. F. A. Schnefer, the Italian
Consul, which In its appointments
was an mat a dinner could bo. An
other dinner In which the German
Consul, Mr. W. r. Pfotenhauer was
host, was given nt tho Alexander
Young Hotel on Tuesday evening,
December the eighth; tho dinner was
quite elaborate, nnd a number of
guests wore bidden to meet Cnptaln
Sthroedor, and his olllcers. 'other
( lit nrin Ifitnontu . ! .. I .. 1 1. ..!..
entertalnmenlH wore given In their
honoi eucli host on tine hospitality
bent, for the Captain and Ofllccra nre
favorites in Honolulu, and nro wel
comed whenever they are In port.
The many courtesies of which they
extend In every, form, have made
.J-..feJ.-..-V -. .A-u,
tin.ni cttciu(.lj popuUu licic, und In '
The Wednesday Music Club, met
with Mis. F.rntst Moll-Smith In her
alloy home on December the 8th. A
Chilstmns program wns rendcicd nnd
been afforded them, timing their vis
it, to listen to fine music. It is need
less to say Hint these little talks
were deeply appreciated b) tho mem
bers The following program was
Mrs. Clarence Cooke
I Know That My Redeemer l.lvith
(Messiah). ..Mrs A. I.lnclsa), Jr.
Carols: Ring tho Bells; (American)
Die llellege Nniht; (Tvro-
1 Saw 'lhrce Ships; (Kng
llsh). Mrs. Mott-Smlth, Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs.
Weight, Mis. Klnne.
Christmas Song Adolph Adam
Holy Christmas Night ,...F.. I.assen
Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Atherton, Mis.
Mott-Snilth, Mrs Weight, Mis
Wnldbildge, Mrs. Klnne).
Violin Obllgato Mrs. Bom.
Plant) Mrs, l.nng, Mrs. Wilder.
Musical Topics Mrs. von Holt, Mrs.
One of the enjoyable nffnlrs of the
week was the prc-nuptial dllinei giv
en Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Fockc In honor of Miss Blsn
Schnefer, who wilt soon become the
bride of Mr. John Wnldron. The din
ing room nnd dinner tnblo were or- i
nnmetited with superb American
beauty roses, while hand painted
plaec cards, with designs of rogue
(lipids, were extremely npprnprlntc
for tho occasion. The hostess look
ed superb In an embroidered silk
crepe, fashioned In the latest mode,
the guest of honor, was becomingly,
robed In blue silk, with real late.
Mrs. austnv Schaefcr looked extreme
ly pretty In white satin, en train and
heavily embroidered in white, Miss
Alice Hcdcman looked handsome In
sapphire blue satin. Miss Ilcatrlco
Castle looked stunning in pink.
Among those present were: Mr. nnd
Mrs. Herman Folke, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Il4i trice Castle, Miss Alice He'
deman, Mr. John Wnldron, Mr. Sin
clair und Mr. Harold Castle. '
The announcement of the resigna
tion of Judge George W. Woodruff,
Second Federal Judge, wna a great
surprise to the friends which this
official has mudo during his brief
fcojourn in Honolulu. The Judge re
ceived n very tempting offer ffom n
large business corporation In New
York to Identlfj himself with their
Dim. An offer he was not able to
resist. Deep regret Is felt over Tho
departure of both Judgo and Mrs.
Woodruff, who by their charming
personality, and their ready accept
ance of tho ndvnnccs mndo by th
pooplo with whom the) expected to
make their homo, mndo them an ac
quisition to,'tho social tlrclo where
they nt once took their place. It V
hoped that they may find time lb
tho future, to visit the spot, and the
people, who were bo ready to wel
come them, and so reluctant to pare
Miss Dockery, who has been the
guest of her sister nnd brother,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Dockery -it
Scholleld llnrracks, for the past six
Months, left for her homo In Ten
nessee, on the tiansport Thomas,
und will be chaperoned by Mrs. Mor
rison, wife of Lieutenant Morrison
of the 5th Cavalry. Miss Dockery
was covered with lels by her numer
ous friends, who wero down to wish
her bon vojage. Tho popularity or
this charming girl was Bhown, by
the fact that although the steamer
sailed early In tho morning, her
ninny friends were at the wahrf to
Mr. c. Hcdemaii's pianola rccttul,
given ut his home, Friday evening,
in honor of The Morning Music
Cub, wus much enjojed by the as.
semblago. Uach member of tho Cluu
was privileged to Invite an escort,
thus giving the men as well as tho
women folk a chance to enjoy this
Mr, nnd Mrs. Duncan Murdock af
ter n pleasant visit with the Charles
ll.ildwlns In Mnniu Valley left Frl-
I day for Maul. Mr. Murdock Is tho
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aiidltoi foi Alexundoi mid Ualdwln
Thu first of the ear Mr. and Mrs,
Muiduck will make a six months'
toui of Europe.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Gustnv Schaefor en
tertained at dinner Friday evening
Uk ,.JU&....iadAtf :Mfc
FIRST COUNT in
Victor Talking Ma:hineand
Results as follows:
1, Miss Irene Ahrens, 201 votes ahead of
2, Mrs. H. H. Williams, 98
3, Miss Irene Dickson, 184
4, Robert K. Clarke
Our Stock of
still complete, including the ever
popular 'Dorothy Dainty" Sets
of hair bows or hair bows and sash to
match, in pretty fancy boxes.
411HBON, 4 i
6 1-2 inch wide,
In honor of Miss Swett of San I'ran-
One of tho prettiest girls to
visit Honolulu for some time is
Miss Swett of Snn Francisco. MIsh
Swett has Just returned from n two
months' trip through Japan and Chi
na; while the Tcnvo Maru was in
port Thursday and Trlday, this
charming )oung girl was extensively
entertained b her friends In Hono
lulu, Miss Swett is a San Trnn
Cisco socloty girl, and Is a great
friend of Mrs. Gustnv Schnefer for
merly Mlts l.ydla Gibbons of San
The Uuck Kyo Club, held n meet
ing at the home of Doctor und Mrs.
Hbersole In Collqgo Hills on Monday
evening, Dccmber tho sixth, after n
new set of offlceis were elected In
place of those who hnd resigned. Tho
object of tho club Is to promote so-
tiablllt) und welcome all new com
ers from tho Iluckoje state. As there
tiro a number of musical people be
longing to the club, a treat Is alvvajs
In store for them, and a pleasant
Interchange qf Ohio ne vs also.
Mrs, Augustus Knudsen left Tues
day evenlnir for Kuiinl. Mr. Kim.iMm
wlll remain on Kauai for several
AAlrU !... ..Ill ......! it. H..I.1
nvuna. Ullb Will D1JCI1U LI1U LIiriHHliUH I
liolldas In Honolulu.
Tlln Mr. mill Mr. f. Tantinv 1Atr
,,.. K. ' .i . , '
their son Newton, and Mrs. Locke,
the mother of Mis. Peck will spend
the holiday seaton with Judge und
Mrs. Selden Kingsbury on Maul.
Mrs. Honry Fangel of Snu Fran
cisco, is the guest of her mother,
Mrs. L'leunnr Wenvei. Mrs. Fangel
will spend the Christmas holldajs In
Lieutenant McCleer tho adjutant
of tho liuth Infantry nt Fort Shatter,
left on tlio tiansport Thomas Tues
day to spent tho Christmas holldava
with his mother nt Fort Leavenworth.
Lieutenant McCleery Is n gallant
uung officer, and will be greatly
missed In the social circles of Hono
lulu. , ,
t w j i ,l . i
Judge Stanley left on the Aornngl
Thursday for Victoria, where he will
I spend the holldnjs with his wife nnd
children nnd his mot hei -In-law Lady
Ilerion.' Mis. Stanley will spend tho
winter In the Northwest having put
the children In school In Vlctoila.,
Lieutenant I'hll Sheridan of tho
nth Cuvulr) spent Mondn) evening In
town, nnd was registered at the Al
exander Young Hotel.
Tho tea given by Miss Kteunor
nnd Margaret Waterhouse, Monday
afternoon nt their valley home. In
honor of Miss Ilurwell, the guest ot
Mrs. George Waterhouse was an-en
pojalilo affair. Owing to tho In
clement weather, a great many re
grets weie received, but the guests
that did attend enjojed on enjojablo
Mis. Jnck Dowsett's luncheon on
Tuesdn) last, wus a pleasant affair.
Covers wore laid for twelve and the
table was altiactlvely decorated In
cut flowers and maiden hair, After
luncheon three guuics of bridge weie
Doctor Paul Adams of the Mil Civ. i j
Inlry.i nnd who In stutloned ut Lelle-
hun- lK',,t Siturdai und Sunday In
Miss Ldla and Miss Julio Me-
StocKcr returned on the l.urllne from
'California where they have been vis-
I , . , ,
King for tho past four mouths. These
popular girls aro being welcomed
I ouie by numerous friends.
Mr, and Mrs. II. C. I'llugor ami
MIbs I'llugor, ure booked to leave
for the Coast, on the Luillne. A
rumor Mutt they may not return, but
will make their home In the states',
is current, Mr. and Mine. Vlluger's -frlciuls
trust that this Is a mlsst.ilcv
meut, und their return to Ilonoluli)
Is nn assured fact. 1
Mr, J, A. Oilman was n returning
passenger on the Clnudltio froni
Maul, December the ninth. '
D, Ualdwln departed on tho W. U,
ti..n n i..ni' .-" i
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