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f . lrlltMIW5SBMK?if5:Si M wu ono of Iho moat brilliant 'featot-nor over llie pilar, caught hero airs. iiiiiinMinm, wr. unu . iaroi i .. umtsM? n.:, hi I
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tftfiT J II K2x2S mSlLtfxWsK lAtlSrttMV affairs of tho season. Mr, ani nlll lllC10 ",l" mio carn-uions ,',,.,',,. ,, ,,, .,, , Ri fM Wg I I ivvj l BlHI
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It is a noticeable fact-that those, who drink
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opp. Bishop St.
no dyspeptics among them, no
no wasted, fatless men.
beer in Hawaii is
Ill; Castlo-Hcdeuunn vcililliiK
whlli took place Wednesday
N9n!ng rcbruary 11 nt the
Hqdemann home at Wnlklkl,
was ono of tho moat brilliant
affairs of tho season. Mr. and
Mrs. C. lledcmnnn, tho mother and
father bf tho brldu. aro noted for their
hospitality and their friends hrc legion
in Honolulu. This hospitable, couplu
would like to linvo Invited nit tholr
friends to witness the marrlogo of
their daughter, but this was Impos
sible on account of tho Bmallniss of
tho hon'c. Tho Hcdcraann bungaow
Is tltuati'd on the sea and Is consid
ered one of tho moat artlttla liomus
in town, but Is not largo, consequently
only tho reHthes and there nro many
In tho Casle family and the Intlmnui
friends of the )ouiir con pi o wcro bid
den Ho the affair. As it wns, n Utial or
ernnda had to ba built for tho occi-
tlon to acenmmodato tho guests. The
house and bnnl, whero the ceremony
took pi ico, were limply transformed
una ncmcrins ono couiu imagine
that they had stracd Into an ltallin
garden. The columns supporting Ui'e
lanal wcro wruppcJ Kith uhltu tullo
all tho electric lights wero cncisel In
Tiffany glass, with a drapery f stnll
nx, nnd tho soft subJucd light ehH
Irom these myriads of o'cctrlc bulb
made tho columns look, like rqil mai
bio. Overhead, the rafters vcro com
plctoly hidden by a network ot grrM.
composed of malic and rmllajt. Tho
color schema of tho wedding as uhltu
and green, not a touch of color was
seen 'In this Uoplcil garden to mar
tho chasto design of tho decnrntlon
Tho cntlro verandi was enclosed with
feathery himboo. This bimboo was
so cleverly arranged that It had thu
oppcaranco of growing, and hedging
In this, Italian gardon from tho outer
world, unhung touniaina could uc
heard, having been stationed outside
Qf tho enclosure and the splash of tho
water lent another touch to tho trop
ical scene. Hanging baskets of raro
maidenhair wero euspcndH from tho
celling; and baskets of white orchids.,
The tall, stately calia lily, that can
hold Its own with any flower or plant
was used In great profusion. At ong
tldo of the garden was arranged tho
nltar, environed by four marble col
umns. Cut class vases four feet high
keeps the body
filled with calla jlllcs, c'amti'ncd wllh
Jardlnlcn containing ihc giant Dentin
palm, mada an cxqnlsllh floral lnc
ground. A curtain of rmilax waft
featoenod over the pilar, caught hero
and tlicie with . lillo canntlons
Shortly heforo eight thirty ocloclt
Mrs. Allan White's an aunt of the
groom clear soprano volco could ho
hoard singing nn ltnll-m lovo sang
which was mnrt npproprlato for tho
occasion, mid was keenly appreciated
by tho assembled guests. Promptly at
8:30 Miss Wlrtbmullcr placd Mrn
dclsrohn's Wedding March, nnl tho
bridal party appeared. M'ss Vera Da
mon, Miss llenlrlro Castlo, MIbs Julh
Vhlto and Miss Margaret Castlo wero
tho bridesmaids. This bevy of jouni?
girls also acted ns ribbon hearers,
coming in, two by two nnd drawing
tho white satin ilhbons, tlnm making
an alslo for tho brtdo nnd her attend
ant, Miss Freno Ilthcr. Tho brIJo Is
lonsldcrcd one bf tho moat beautiful
glrlH of Honolulu1. She Is n tall lonil
blonde, with clear creamy completion
dark lmlr and blue ')es Sho neer
looked moro b'cautlful than on this oc-
calon, In her I'arla robe of Duchess
lat.0 "cr whlto salin; n tullo veil
caught with natural ormgo blossoms
completed thlrt coftumo. Tho only
jewels that we're worn was a superb
diamond necklace, tho gift of tho
proim. A rhowcr bouquet of whlto
orchids was carried. Tho groom, nt
tended by hla bpjj man, Mr. Walter
Dillingham or tnisf ctiy, iu,ct. tup iimie
at tho nltar nnd the Imprcsilvu Epis
copal wcddln corcmony w is per
formed by Dlehop Itestnrlck. Tho
fatl'cr of this prttty Klrl'ptio her la
tri the keeping1 of her 'husband, nnd
(hey were pronohncpd man nnd wlfn,
fcplonflld jinlgni'tt was )i?j) In select
ing tup brlucnmoias. lor Beiiiom is fopii
huch a bovy of protty girls, Tho brides
maids wcro gownen-itr wima meisi
line, turtle tffect with go'd trlpnnlng
and carried mn!T'i.lmn.uc(fe of, pink
roses. MIb Ireno FlshCr, tho m lid of
honor, looked f.tnnnln In u palo bluo
chlhdn nnd carried a muff bounuot of
aiarcmci isici roses. Alter rocciwng
tho congratulations nnd good ivIeIim
of their frlcnJs, Mr nnd, Mrs. Harold
Castle nnd tho bridal party repaired
to tho WaikTkl Innil null partoolc of
Iho wedding supper, Tho bfldal table
was cxqulslto In Its nppolntnlents. The
circular liblo was cohered with a cloth
of Trench Clun) lago, tho p-c a..
wcro hanjpnlutcd, brides, with real
tells of tulic, caught Vflth orangu bk)i
toms. Over the tubl'i naB suxpcndel
a Venus domo ofiiTiffniiy glnts, tho
toft light from tho ninny electric
lights concealed under tho dome, cast
ing n radlanco ove llio, lirldnl party.
Seven cut gljs v:lbo4 'of 'Uniform size
wcro arranged In circular form. These
vases wcro filled ,,wlth, bride's ro;es
nnd smllax, thtvmlln falling e.ir-
lessly from the vases, nnd trained in
u ribbon effect o?r tho tab'e, thus
connecting the tason tir, nowertt and
producing a novel decoration. A beau
tiful brtdo's cako wus placed In front
of tho brldo, which "wns cut nnd passed
to tho guests. Small tables wero ar-
langcd under tho spreading palm trees
on tho Wulklkl tldo of tho house,
where tho guests wero eoncd to a de
licious supper. A Hnwallan quintet
club was screened 'from lcw and dis
coursed sweet mcdolles during the
rlculng. Tho nirny of handsome wed
ding gifts shown in tho library, nt
tested cloquontly to tho jiopularlty of
Iho joung couple. On this occa'lon
many beautiful and smart toilettes
wero observed. Mrn. C, Hodcmann,
the mother of tho brldo, woro n Now
York creation of AUco bluo cropo do
chine, with gold trimmings MrB. .Jos
eph Hcdemann was clad in pink satin,
with cloth of gold. Apiong thoso pros
ent were! Mr. and Mrs. !. B. Castlo.
Mr. and Mrs. C, Hodcmann, Mr, nnd
Mrs. 0. Castlo, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It.
Castle, Mr. and Mis. Westcrvolt, Mr,
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" STEARNS EIXCTR1C PA3TB CO CHICACO. ILL,
anil Mrs. H. 1). Tcnncy, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Swanzy, Dr. and Mis. Brine kei holt
Judge nnd Mrs. Do'e Mr. and Mrs. K.
Damon Mr. nnd Mm. Lowrey, Mr. and
Mrs. Dillingham, Mr. utid Mrs. Uaroll
Dillingham, Mr. nud If-'fl. 3oto h Hodq
tnann, Mr. and Mrs. P. Klamp, air. nnJ
MrB. Kennedy, Mr. nnd Mrn. tisilen-
tno Dr. and Mrs. Wood, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. Cattle, Mr. im.l Mrs. It. CooVe, Mr.
nnd' Airs. Usher Mrs. Colcnndre, MIks
Cross, Mrs. Weaver, Mm. I. Ti-nnov
Mrn. A. O. Hnwcs. Mrs. White. Dr. and
Mrs. l'utnnm, Mr. nnd Mrs. Schacfcr,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnldion, lllthop and
Mrs. Ilcstarlck, Mr. nnd Mrs. Church,
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. llaldwln, Mr. and Mrs.
J, 1'. Cooko, Mr, and Mrs. Until, Mis.
V. J. Djcr, Mr.'W. I'foteiilmucr, M.
IX D. Douglas, Miss Julia Whlto, Miss
Margaret Castle, MIeb Dorothy Castlo
Miss Itcalilco Castlo, M'lss Holnn
White, MIfs Ilaguhlld While, Mnud do
Dicltovllto, Vera Damon, Jessie Ken
nedy, Miss Irene Flehcr, Miss Wclhel
mlna Tenney, Mlts Doruthy Wool
Miss Irmi Hallrntjne. Miss M.irlo Hal
lentyno.'Mlsn lnii3ird Schacfcr, Mls
Nora Sturgeon, Miss Klcanor Wilor
houzc. Miss Mare tret Wnterhouso,
Mlus Allco Ilolh, .Miss IJ. Wlrthmuel
Icr Mr. Cnuavarro, Mr. Adams, "Mr, W.
Dillingham, .Mr, Kred Lowroy, Mr.
Sherwood Uiwrey Mr. Ocoro lien
ton, Mr. Will lloth, Mr. Paul Drctte-
vlllo, Mr. rerdlnainl DrcttoWlle, Mr,
Carl Ilrcttovlllo, Jlr. Howard, Mr. Ceo.
' Fuller, Mr. II. Cartw right. Jr.. Mr.
llrlnckoihoff, Ir, O. Sorcnrrn, Mr. It.
Mist and others.
In tho early spring n wedding which
will Interest both Sjn Krinclsco nnd
llololulu will unite Captain J. M, Or
chard, U. 8. N. stationed nt Cnvlto
rnd Mrs. McClung, tho widow of Major
William McClung, who has 1)3!U n
piomlnent cocrety woman of San l'rnn
Cisco and very popular. Mrs. McClung
has spent several years with her
.daughter, who Is tho vlfo of Uouten
nut Horn of tho U. S. N"., and It wns
nt their homo that sho met Captain
Orchard, who will soon rccclvo his
promotion to Iho innkVif Admiral. All
good wishes are waftid over the sea
to tho newly engaged couple.
Mr. Houghle, who visited tho isl
ands last jcar, was so enamoured with
thn plaio that he returned this 5 ear
vlth his bounlo brldo and will spend
tho month of I'ubruary In Honolulu.
Mrs. Huulilo Is ono of tho prettiest
women who lime visited our Islands
for somo time. Sho Is a slenJer
blonde with largo bluo cca and fair
hair, with an oxiiulslto complexion.
Mrs, Houghlu Is pii accomplished mu
sician. Mr and Mrs. ltnughlc nro old
friends of tho Jacklo Lucas of this
rrfneoss David Kamananakm has
been, quite 111, and M such a serloin
nature as to nuiko a visit to a cnnl
torlum Imiorntlvo. Sho la now con
vulorclng,' vshlch Is a source of relief
to tho friends and admirers which
this beautiful and charming woman
has mado slnco her boJoum In San
I leutcnant and Mrs, Miller, who
weio on tholr, way Willi tho former's
regiment, tho 19th Infantry, wero wel
comed by n host of friends In Hono
lulu whllo Iho transport Sheridan wns
In port. This gonial couplo liawt vis
ited the islands a number of times mid
havo many friends here.
Captain Holhrooko of tho Tilth Cav
nlry has recently purchnsod a now
Cadillac touring car which ho and his
wlfo aro enjojlng, coming to town
qulto frequently, ns the thirty rollns
between thcio and Honolulu 4 can ha
covcrod very quickly owing to tho ox
Mra. James C. Cartcr.nf Hllo Is tho
guest of her fclster, ,Mis. PeJcrrnn.
wlfo of Captain l'cdoroon, at 150S
Mrs. Tred Knight, nccompanlcd by
her daughter, Miss Tholma Porker,
havo returned to Honolulu from Ran
We are sole agents for Ihe
liall-Borchert Adjustable Dress
Krrnclscn, to remain somo months.
Thoy will nlto visit nt tho Parker
ranch on Hawaii, whero they will stop
for somo time.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Pcavy. Mrs.
Murphy and Mni, Jordan left Trlday
In their touring enr to spend tho
wee't-end at Hnlelwn. Mr. nnJ Mrs
Pcav) nro enthusiastic golfers nud
ttlll Atllfll. (tin nimi.llAttf lllllU tllllt I
will enjoy tho oxcullcnt
Termer O.uon Lllluoknlanl nnd Iho
party who traveled with ht-r from Ho-
nolii'u. and Colonel Bam Pnrlcor, wore
vlsIUns friends and relatives In nos-
ton whero thoy remained for sovernl
wco'cs beforo returning to Washing-
Dr. and Mrs. Arno Dehr or Pasa-
clem, who havo been spending bcv-
eral weeks on Knual ns tho guestH of
their daughter, Mrs. llufiia Spalding
formerly MI;sT.lsa Ilehr, left jestor -
....j .... .uu..ja .u. .
Mrs. Imbard. a prominent society
woman of Los Angeles, nnd her friend.
y-u i.-.,, ,., c..n,,i tt-.i. i..,.n
tnke'n apartments at tho Moann Hotel
11111I nro planning to remain a month, petition wit 11 tno Hawaiian, mo
Hill and tho Japanese lines.
Mr. and Mrs. Stophcn Norton H'ibo Tor several months reports havo
aro now settled at 1711 Anapunl street, 'come from Germany nnd from New
nnd will bent homo to their friends on York that tho North German Lloyd
tho second nnd fourth Mondays alter -, considering seriously a trans
.March llrst. ; '.. 1 (pacific lino which would glvo It an
Mr. and Mrs. Wllliam-Miitcri of Iter ?u",!.,ho V"tUi SCrV'Ce '" "" WU'
llhl annoimco tho engi'gomc'iit of ttiolri. V. . . ..,. . .. .
daughter Mnrlo. to Mr, II. K. Peters. A1 vretent. In nddltlon to tho for
k -k -k ity-fio or more steamships engaged
Mr. Clmpln on account of being over
nlous In his work has been ordered
by IiIh doctors tn tako n long rest
Mr, nn.l Mrs. K. C. Athortou will
Icavo on the Wllhelmlna for tho toast
en rcbruary 24th.
Mrs. O. W. Klrknldy and child wcro
n rivals tn thu Wllholmlna from Sun
Mrs. J. A. McCandlcss' left on tho
eteamcr Mongolia for tho coast, Fob
Mr. and Mrs, Hurry volt Holt aro
expecting to Icavo on tho Wllhel
mlna. Judgo and Mrs. Ilaltou wcro passen
gers on tho Mongolia for thu coast.
WEDS MANY WOMEN
ElRamy Prosecution on 20 Counts
Awaits Him; Girl Attacks Day
Ni:w VOIIK, Teb. 4. Dr. Knrl
Hmll Von Miller, or Mueller, 1.10
"mnrrylng Count," stood slcgo today
In tho Hudson County Jail in Jersey
City by a small army of woman who
claims him us huBbaml. Miller was
brought to Jersey City jestcrday
from Los Angeles. He la said lo be
so plentifully married that a trial
for bigamy on soma 19 or 20 counts
probably awaits him.
Ho was safo behind tho bars ami
failed to display, tho nervousness ho
nut unnatural!) hud exhibited waon,
two women mot him nt the rntlrouu
station on his nrrlvul, when 0110 ot
them, Miss Horthn Albrctht, throttl
ed him nud treated n srens b) tier
Miss Albiccht elalms the Count
moicly ns a suitor, who when re
jected, solaced himself with $300 of
I her iipney. MUj Itegluu Vcrbelnuu
dcslnrcs the Count man led her In
1908, nud that when ho left her ho
look 8700 of l.er money. Miller de
nies any nrquuliituncn with Miss At
bredit. Memhjrs of ) lollRlnns lwily nt
South No-walk, Ccun , rco lgns of
fhclr Impendlni; doom in tim full of
an aorolllo noar their horaos and aro
pinvliiB rnnlArtly In nptklpallon of
Iho end of the world,
LLOYD LINERS -MAY
Traffic Director of Bic German Scr-
- n . VTF.1. W.1- - A. m
vice on VOasi wuu "inui nun,
it Is Said, in View.
San Krnnclsco Chronicle,-'Keb. B.
.O nn ITitltTtnlt 1 1 f citrkt In nlinMn
, .' m , ,, !,,,, nnn,n 1 i.,..i
"( Un("c, of ",0 North am!1" '' ''a
Steamship Company, arrived hero
Jcslcrdny from the Kast, and Is reg-
.Istercd nt the ralrmont Hotel. ;,
I Tho coming of the German traffic '
official at this particular tlmo hns
nrnuscd much speculation In steam-
rhlp circles us to tho real purpose
0 ,3 v8(
. Mr- Hc,;oU ls extremely silent.
;but Ul0 BU3p,clon ha8 ,jCsn nrousc.
J"" his presence horo has komettaliis
'? 1,h "'0 reported plan of the
North German Lloyd Connmnv to es-
tabllsh a trans-Paclflc scrvlco in com- 'A
,n constwlso business In the Orlcli-j
,a' waters, tho North German Lloyd ,J1
lias a regular direct steamer scrvlco
from Gcrmnn ports to Yokohama and
Hongkong, Manila nud tho Austra
lian colonics. -j
In extending It's service across tho "
Pacific to San Trauclsco It would
strengthen Its prestige as a freight
carrier to the Orient and probnb'.y
seriously effect the business now
shared by the Hawaiian, tho Illtt
and the Japanese lines.
It has been reported that Imme
diately nflor reaching this country
a few weeks ago Traffic Director
Hclmolt took a notubla Inteicst In
freight as well as passenger trafflo .fj
Ho Is regarded as one of tho
shrowdst steamship traffic men In
tho ofd world and Is credited with
much of tho progress made In tho
foreign passenger business of tne
Speaking at a Takvo dinner, Ilaron '
Shlhusawa assorted that two-thirds ot
American prestlgo was, ifluo to tho '
character of tho pcoplo, nnd ho said
ho wns especially Imprested with tho "'
Important rarl'pl"od hy tho V. M-
Ilronillng over a shortage of feed for.
his f lock, I"rank llnydcn, a farmer In
Ydlowlicnd township near Kankakee,
111 , lunged hlmrelt recently,
Tho nrrcsl of Homer Davenport, tho
cartoonist. Ins been ordered by tb,b
New York Supromit Court for fallury v
to pay hla wlfo nllinpnyy
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